The Tyrone Observer. (Tyrone, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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The Tyrone Observer
"uMtsbad f «rj TkundK
LOYALTY PUBLBHING COMPANY
advertising ka'i cm
Display-15c per column inch each
1 14 Leather Halters at $1.00 each
Palmer & Kraft
(Mti per line each in
11.60 per year in advance
For Congress 8th District
JUDGE M C GARBER
I hereby announce as a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Texas
county, subject to the action of th*
Democratic voters of the county in the
August Primary. Your support ano
influence will be appreciated
e* Ed. Smith, Range, Okla
1 hereby announce as a candidate for
the office of Sheriff of Texas county,
subject to the deciaion of 'he Republi
can voters at the primary election ir
JUDGE ENGLAND FOR CONGRESS
The Observer is authorised to plac-
in nomination the nsme of Judge Will,
iam H. England, of Pones City as a
candidate for the Republican norm* ••
tion for Congress for the Eighth Die-
_ trict, subject to the atate wide primary
*':l in August, 1922.
6000 Mile Guarantee
Also U. S. Compression
Inner Tubes, Non-Punc-
turable, all sizes
Trade at Equity
and get your cash
rebates in coupons
The revival at Church of Christ Equi-
ty ball is progressing nicely, the crowd
is good, having go< d singing in har-
mony with Col a 16 We are presetting
mostly from chart which letmi t< t
appreciated by all. We have about 20 or
30 minutea bible drill each evening learn-
ing the books of the Lible and man)
other things necessary for a Christsin
to know. We want to extend a courteous
invitation to the people of Tyrone
and surrounding community to attend
the meetings every evening at 8:00 P M
and every Sunday at 10:00 A. M
Subjects beginning Saturday evening
and each evening next week.
Saturday, "Origin of a Spiritual
Sunday, "The Foundation".
Monday, "The one Body"
Tuesday, "The Law of the Lord".w I
Wednesday Officials in the Church".
Thursday, "Church admittance",
v Friday, "Church members".
Saturday, "Daily duties".
Roy C Gorham,
Saturday, Apr. 1
Mrs G. W. Itiffe is visiting in Tex-
homa this week
Square point shovel $1 00 each at
Palmer & Kraft's.
S. Vaughn and family returned home
Tuesday from a visit to Licking,
The Dempster windmill runs In
oil and does not leak out. Sold by
H. W. Cain, Tyrone, Okla. 31 tf.
We will make a special price
of $11.00 per ton (or nut
coal. We have a limited
We are are closing out our
line of farm machinery. Find
out your needs and get our
Tyrone Equity Exchange
G W Riflt if* looking after business
interests st Texhoma.
D H Chensult of Guymon author-
izes us to announce his candidacy for
heriff subject to action of the Re-
publican voters at the August
H A Landess of Tyrone authorize
•js to announce his candidacy for com
misaioner of the first district subjer
o action of the Republican voters a
he August primary.
Woeb not insured must be endured.
WRAY today about thai insurance
Carbon paper in large sheets at
W. E Pope returned liome Tuesday
from an extended visit in Illinois.
ROLLER FEED MILL
All kinds oi feed rolled every Saturday. Elevated back
in wagon while you wait. Can also d your carpenter
work, screens and effects. Service at all times. Call
and see us Prices right.
Now have burrs for making Corn Meal. Bring
in your corn. Regular grinding days: Tuesdays
F. L. Helton
1 M. E CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00 a m.
Preaching Services 11:00 a m
Preaching Services 7:30 p m.
Choir Meets Wednesday evening.
Supt , L. F Stewart
Pastor, J H Bridges
* You can get good GUARANTEED '
3 4 in rubber lawn hose at J W. Den
ni' & Son Hdwe at a very low price !
Loyd Locke was in Guymon on iw ,
nortant business Monday.
A 20 inch self-feeder for small chicks
it 40c each Palmer & Kraft
LTNDFR the eulse of "Santa Clius" you
I ti.i w doubtless r'annej an J per' ips
purchased gift* fur your faml'v unj
t friends anj consider your Cht .ni-aisli.Tr ■:
finished, bul have you (..msij.'irj u it iftt
you should puke 1.. home/ W ii .. .
: add to Its lonipleteness, lighten Its labor and
Increase Its cwlwcy? It you do not own a
■ New Home Sewing Machine
It I* one thin* that you lack to tralu1 v i ir
1 home complete. It's du« >. ... and tin; v- r r
you gvt ti the sooner J u s • Nj
turned into (lavs of pleasure and >.>U N'tf'n t<J
' he better dressed and save money. I rom a
business stanjpotntlUs a great investment.
S« e vour dealer now and bargain tur a NEW
1 HOME tube delivered Chrl tma« morning—
and you'll th ink "Santa Claus" forever slier.
The genuine NEW HOME it not told
under any other name.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday school lt):00.
Preaching - • 11:00.
Preaching - -8 :00.
JSinging Thura. 8:00
Dan Pittman returned Friday fron
\ztec, New Mexico where he has file,
•n a section of land Dan is very en
ihusastic about this new country ani
will return there this fall.
C. A Leemnn and Commissioner Hall;
*ere up from Guymon Tuesday
Real Estate and Insurance
Strictly Commission Dealer in Land
Elkhart, & Kansas
Marvel Jr vulcanizing outfits one
lollar value special for Saturday 50c '
G. S Mann
Fred Rhoate and Chas, Leeman were
ip from Guymon taking in the Tourna-
For Sale-My residence and twentv
< ur lots, twelve in cullivation, all
'enced with 6 and 6 foot chicken wir
good well and pump, henhouse ano
•ther buildinys Price $1600 Terms or
$700 00. —E Vaughn, Tyrone, Okla
baseballs and Gloves at J. W. Dennis 1
Fred Speak man, O L Barnes, J J
Bollinger and C P. Mann and wife at-
tended the pure bred Stock Sale and
transacted other business in Guymon
Lister shares J W. Dennis & Son.
Come in Saturday our variety of bar-:
gains will surprise you. Thomas Variety
Cloth collars with leather backs at
$1 50 each J.W. Dennis & Son
Safety Hatch Incubators at J. W
Dennis & Son Get one while they
*1 he Ladies Aid society of the Christ .
Un church .1)1 held. fu.id sal? Apn * k k " i
the 15th s"n * are 8 con,ined to' their
noine with the flu.
JMarvel Jr. vulcanizing outfits on«
dojlar^value special .for Saturdry 50.
Equity Lbr. & Sply. Co.
G. S. Mann
We have a splendid line of Hickory
double trees single trees etc. A guaran-
teed line. J. W. Dennis and Son.
Trouble and Triplets
Come in Bunches
We don't pretend to know any more about triplets
than is mentioned above, and your troubles will be
fewer and farther between if you will let us CLEAN,
PRESS and take care of your soiled garments.
"Efficiency" is our first name and "Service" is our
middle name. We are for you stronger than a "tear
You look, feel, act and ARE clean when you let us
work on your clothes.
P & O TOGGERY
We now have a stock of the famous
Safety Hatih Incubators Safty Hau-J
is beyond a doubt the most dependable
ncubator on the market Look them
..ver and you will be convinced J W.
Dennia & Son.
Mr. Rordon who has been visiting the
C.C/Thomas family returned to his home
in.Ok!a. City Tues.
For Sale or Trade-Team of mules.
Inquire oi W 1. Capps. 42 -4
Saturday Special A 65c broom for 49c
at Thomas Variety Store.
The Tyrone high school girls basket
ball team ended their season, also lost
their place in the County Tournament
by loosing to Texhoma Friday night by
a score of 7-10
They went thru the season very well
considering they started with raw mat-
erial, but soon developed a team that
won 50 per cent of theirfgames - 6out
of 12. With thin years experience we
look forward to a victorious team next
Big Jo Lumber Co. haa put a large Special for Saturday April 1st extra
show window in the front of their hard h. avy No. 2 lamp chimneys 2 for 25c.
* are atore. Thomas Variety
Buy your Hdwe from J W Dennis
( and Son where quality and price counta
I will stand one 1800 pound Percheron
Jtllion, one 2000 pound Belgian Stall
•n and two young Jacks at the old joe
vloCune barn in south Tyrone Five
tailors for the ae son. Money due op
<-pt 1st. 1922
Don't forget our line of Non-Slip first
stepper shoes for babiea. Thomas Var-
Garden Seeds 5c per pekg. Thomas
Earl Holland and wifeof Sedan, New
Mexico are here this week. Earl was
formerly employed at the Tyrone Ma-
Charles Lewis and daughter Allie,
from Sedan, New Mexico were here on
a short visit last week.
Drive on to Tyrone, the best place in
the eountry to do your trading. You will
always get tha highest market price for
your produce and grain and at the stor-
es you will find bargains you cannot
To take care of your business Tyrone
has two banks, five elevators four gen-
eral merchandise stores, three garages
three hardware stores, three lumber
yards, tin shop, drug store, furniture
atore, variety store, two blacksmith shop
all equiped to take care of your every
need, plenty competition in all lines of
business assuring you of the best values
obtainable Try our town once and be
The finest rain of the >ear began fall
ing last night, and continued through-
out to d y the 30th soaking the ground
iu fine shape Wheat that ia up is mak-
ing good growth.
Plenty of garden tools at Dennis and
Son Hdwe The store where quality and
Ford car for sale, price 100 dollars—
See John Crites.
Taken Up Two brown h<irse mules
at my place in south Tyrone, owner can
get animals by paying adverti-ing and
feed bills.—W. R Claggett.,
The little daughter of Mr.and Mrs.
W C. Farmer is reported quite sick this
Do you know that baseball season is
about here? For your information Den-
' nia and Son carries a full line of base
j ball goods they will please you
Opal nest *ggs Tic each ' Thomas Var
Saturday special on gingham 16c per
yard. Thomas Variety.
You should see those Base Balls and
gloves at Dennis and Son.
Floyd Delay went to Hooker on busi-
; nesa Monday.
LITTLE ONE DIES
Curtis Jay Fleming, infant son ol
Mr and Mrs. Jay Fleming, born Febu
ary th * 17th. 1922 and after seven]
days of illness, on last Sunday, March
the 26th, 1922 at 4. P. M. The Lord of1
the Garden of Glory sent His Messen-
ger, plucked the Flower which wu
given, and had just begun to bloom ii
iu beauty and breathe its Fragrant#
through that home. But it ia not with-
ered, it ia not stolen, it is not destroyed;
it has borne up from the deaert world,
whose rude blasts chiliad it, to tha para-
diae where it shall bud and bloom intht
sunlight of Heaven forever.
Funeral servicea were conducted bj
Rev Williamson, Pastor of tha Unitd
Uethern Church at Crescent and Intst
ment in the Tyrone Cemetery.
"Happy Curtis Jay Fleming.
Dry thy teara for holy Cur ti* 1
Wiih the blessed Angela laava him;
Of the form so soft so fair
Give to earth the tender cara.
In the better home of Curtis
Let the ahining ones receive bin,
With the welcome voiced paalm.
Harp of gold and waving palm!
All is light and peace with Curtii;
There the darkness cometh never;
Tears are wiped and fatters fall.
And the Lord is all in all."
Saturday special: Good quality 10 oi
water glass 60c per set of 6.
Thomas Variety Store
Spraying time ia here. We eary a bl|
line of both tin and braaa sprays.
J. W. Dennis and Son.
W. S. Robertson returned SaturdaJ
from Central Oklahoma.
Collar pads and plenty of them alt
us about price J. W. Dennia and Sol
S. T. Jarrel is raising bia house aaJ
putting a n^w foundation under it Hi
is also adding other improvements.
Hickory 4-horse doubletree woed
J. W. Dennis and Sod
Miss Francis Paden from Eugeai.
Oregon is here visiting ber sister Mrs.
R. C. Baker.
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The Tyrone Observer. (Tyrone, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1922, newspaper, March 30, 1922; Tyrone, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc275421/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.