The Tyrone Observer. (Tyrone, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1922 Page: 5 of 8
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Let us show you our line of
Price from $1.00 to $5.00
To Arrive—Smart Veils In all the new shades
THOMAS VARIETY STORE
TRV HERE FIRST
the farmers siate b
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Stoeke Hoada Warrant* Eipenae
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furalture ird future*
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Our tron. B«d>i
>'iiMta acid Other Cub Itraj*
Cub In Bank •
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Capital Stock Paid to
Surplua Fund • •
Individual Dtroalti Subject
loahMk II 004 M
of ilepoait - &.000 00
of il«(MMlt 5.000 I!
By Dr. A. B Lewie.
"There wm a crooked man.
walked o crooked mile;
some rut |# ^i,«n I go walking, don't
walk lu rooked otyle.
I krvp uiy chin and stomach to, and
hold my cheat up higher.
■~5|*a t« p along oo straight and
on, M otrong. and never, never tire.'
uo 34 Hare you ever thought what a
i m •« close connection there to between
$ioo o>4 2 4 poeturo and health? Watch your
friends for a week and my gueea
"t'iOOOO t that you will be surprlaed at the
mass of visual evidence you will se-
cure which will go to subatantlate
th> statement that "good posture
and good health are synonymous."
There la a psychology about good
Ca hi<>r« fhAciti (>ut*< and n«r o&7 oi n.i.vi r posture that makea for
Note* and Hill* redlaeounted
Howlo tut it
A MONTHLY MAGAZINE
W 10 Cab im i Staph Un
Tsken Up—At my place one bay pony
wei hing about 760 lbs , aeems wild.—
L. 0. Hood. «4
Before buying csllara and harness
accessories it wiM certainly pay you to
otep over to Dennio and Son investigat
their priceo and quality.
CORRECT EMUM PUHJSBNG CO.
I. 0. O F. Lodge meeta
at 7 pre each Thursday
night in each month
v Dy*. N O.
V I Thurtnsn. Secy.
ReU-rrah Lodge No. Ill meeta first
and third Friday Bights in esch month
Wsva Dye, n. g.
Grace Hall. Secy
A. F AA.M. Lodge meets
the first and third Tuesday
nighta ia each month
R T. Brown. W. M
J H. Oldham. Secy
The W R C Boots the second snd
fourth Saturdays at t M p. m. in ssch
Mrs. Cora Lows, Secy.
Seven different otyles farm harness
in atock at Palmer & Kraft's
A galvanized washing machine that
will clean the clothes satisfactory For
ssle by Pslmer & Kraft.
For sale for $1000. a four room
houoe and four lota in Tyrone Terms
U. L Mathes
Hardware ia ao'd on merit at J
Dennis & Son.
la.oaj k: flood poaturo la also an Index to
r*°°' character and other peraonal attrl-
• iooos4i4 buteo. We llko to talk to the per-
son who sits and stands properly
«•!■• who looks us straight In the ,
Total • •
M ite of Oklahoma. I
County of Texas f M
I J. A MKTCAI,r. Caatilerof the al«ve , . ,
utmed Bank do aolemnl, ..e.f that t r>" who «,v"s undivided at-
the above uaten rnt t* true 40 the beat of ibv tentlon to the things wo are saying,
kaowiedire and belief ih> heii> me nod Again think of your acqualnt-
j a metcamt^ ances. the ones who atand out and
SetaeeriSedandawora'io beforeme thlsttnd «'fact the attention of pasaers-
inoiMar IMS C, L. a kicks by; are they ones who wslk with
heads up and cheata up. or do they
go along hanging their heada and
SEAL Notary Public
My commission expire* April 0 IMS.
Correct - Atteat
J A Meteelf )
D. P. Metcalf ' Directoro
W. J. Risen S
awkwardly swinging their arms?
It in necessary for perfect health
that we use the body with the least
friction, the least expenditure of
energy, and with tho greateat ef-
1 fldeocy. Therefore to stand erect.
We have a good a-sortment of lister t0 wa]k and move eMUy to haT#
lava, disc blades, disc pins.Hisc boxings part„ Qf ,ho body §0 adju,twj thftt
harrow teeth in fact a full line of im- eaay balanco nd gracefu, u#e may
piement auppliea Dennis and Son
The granIdaueh'er of Mr and Mrs
Vaughn who his been s'ayinar with her
grnndpur- nts poir g to school this win-
ter returned toher home in Moscow Sun-
For Sale-Rose Comb Brown Leghorn
eggs $1.00 per setting or $5 00 per hun-
dred —Vance Cappa.
W. R. COMPTON
English Strain Single Comb White
Leghorn e(?gs for sale at ti 00 per
setting or $5 00 per hundred. - Mrs. W.
A. King. 37-7t
Palmer & Kraft's.
Twenty years experience enables a 16 tooth garden rake for 60c at
me to give good service. Make
dates at First National Bank of
Tyrone or write me at
Get your harness supplies of Palmer
FUNERAL DIRECTING AND EMBALMING
First Class Work Prices Right
Phone F. A. BERRY, Tyrone or S. A. MILLER, Liberal, Kans.
result. Is to be desired for other
reasons than the esthetic.
"Health and longevity depend up-
on proper adjustment of the body;
and thin adjustment may be effected
or hindered by poature" sayo an
eminent authority. "The body
must have Its parts adjusted to each
other so that Its Internal funcltnoa
may proceed naturally and without
excessive wear and tear and fatigue.
Specifically, if the body ia bent ov-
er in Bitting or atandlng, giving
n round back, the lungs, heart and
digestive organs are cramed in
their action and do not do their
work well. For these orgsna to
work properly the body muat be
held erect while sitting or atand-
"We are beginning to realise that
physiology Is of far less Importance
than hygiene—that It avails a boy
nothing to recite the names of all
the bones of the body If he cannot
Maud correctly; that right habits of
eating are far more useful than ex-
pert knowledge of the digestive
A complete line of
We aro glad to soo tho work boiog
done on tho rosda ia this vicinity.
Mrs J. D. Sspphas returned from
Msrahall, Okis whore ahe has boon
visiting her dsughtor Mrs Homer Gar-
rison Mra. Garrison and little aoa Will-
WHO FAYS THE FIDDLES
There Is an old saylag that '
who donee muat pay tho fiddler." Tho
same thought applies to
For example, wo have a
community which wo oil appreciate aai
ism Dolsn. accompanied her homo for < enjoy. But whst would happoa to aw
s few weeks visit , plesaent community if wo all a tapped
The children at the Banner school the fuad oat of whieh the
plsnted trees st school lost Friday. IMp,#M °' "pk#€p U Uk#B?
" to wraok aad
planted trees st school lost Friday. I ^ .r
Rev. Mathewaon is holding a series ■"""J' wou,d t®
of meetings st tho Hsppy Flat school M w* ' " 1
Alice snd Chsrlss Martin opeat San'
dsy with home folks.
Msude snd Guy Roberto attoadod
Sunday School in Tyrone Sunday.
M isoes Thelma and Priacilla Sherrlll
spent the week end with homo folks.
A number of folks in the community
attended the Bosket Bsll Tournament
in Tyrone, alao tho Free Pictare Show,
There is a question
our minds every day.
Mra. J O and Mrs.
out daily rounds over town looking BDent Tue. gt th. hom# of yri R
for items of interest Home one Is "f * .T JV?
Link while the men folks attondsd the
continually telling us of some partv
shopping In another town. Why are Rswlino aslo.
so many peoplo going to other Chsa Ball of Floris msds s buaineas
can he obtained anywhere than right dlDnep Bookless.
here in our own town. is it not Rev- Willismaon filled his oppolst-
:iii:ir:!liltiiuiill[!ini;;i!lltltlllHlim;imilUIUlU> ti uo that some of uh go Just be- menta Sunday morning aad svoaing.
t^Tif0n,r«°e,gn^0r8 dm? We b#I,eve M w- Stroup and wifo J,0. Harrlaoa
tuat ir piicen ana quality wore com- ; a . 4
pared everyone would find that thev w e 8pent Sunday ti E A' Stroup.
Curtia Jay infsat son of Mr. Mrs. Rsy
And it ought to be plain to
everybody that now is the time
to build. Plenty of material on
hand; plenty of men to. do the
work; good crop outlook; prices
down where a dollar can whisper
in their ear—and the welcome
sign on our front door. Come
in or call up.
BIG JO LBR.
nryone would find that they
are wasting time and money by go-
ing out of town to do their shop-
Perhaps we are laying to much
I of the blame on the buyer. Let us
check up our n.erchants, or rather
let us «ay business men. Ih It not
true that we buy or permit some
member of our family to buy some
articles in other towns which we
could purchase at home? We all
criticize the mail order house and
the man that patronizes them but
we know of merchants hero in town
who, if there is something they
want, and do not carry a line of It.
themselves, will get down their
Butler Bros, catalogue and order
this particular article instoad of go-
ing to the merchant in town where
it Is handled.
We believe there must be a closer
■o peration among the business men
of our town if we want to stop this
practice of going to other towns to
buy. It Is not our Intention to
"Knock" the business man of our
•own but we do believe "those who
live in glass houses should not
Take this in the spirit In which It
is written, check yourself up and
see if you are really getting better
bargains in other towns than you
are in Tyrone, aro you setting the
right example before the people of
our community by ordering every-
thing not carried In your store?"
We are not going to take the trouble
of quoting prices but you csn depend on
J W. Dennis and Son being in line on
quality goods, goods that will last till
you feel you have received full value
Mrs. 0. L. Barnes is reported quits
sick thia week
Marvel Jr. vulcanising outfits one
dollar value special for Saturday 50c.
G. S. Mann.
We handle the famous White Horse
Brand of horse collaro, exclusively.
J. W. Dennis & Son.
Mrs. W. T. Richardson returned to
ber home in Dalbsrt Wedneadsy. Shs
has been viaiting her parenta Mr. and
Mrs F. M. McRes souih of town the
past two weeks.
Fleming pssaed sway at 4 s'elook Sus-
dsy afternoon aged 1 mo. 8 dsys the lit
tie one hsd been a suffersr from the
firat. Tho funersl service were conduct
ed by Rev. Willismaon at tho homo of
Mr. tnd Mrs. J.L. HarriaoB grsad psr
enta of Mra. Eleming, wo extend our
at)art-felt ay mpsthy to the bereaved ooeo
W Bookleaa and wife. Rev William
son snd wife took Sundsy dinner at G.
Mr. snd Mra. J.L. Msrriaoo took din-
ner'Fri. with their son John snd fsmily
Mra, E A. Stroup,Mrs. J.D and Mra.
If nothing prevents, ths meeting
which wsa hindersd by theatermj wes
ther will commence sgsia st Crsaent
Apr. 4 we extend an invitation to come
help in thia meeting every one welcome
Mr. and Mra. Jay Fleming apentMon
day night at the home of Joha MeAliat.
Mra. Claude Csrpenter apent Mod-
night st the home of her psrsata.
Mra. J L Harrison spent Tuoo. after-
noon with Mra Chss Msysra.
J. D Lewia went to Oklahoma City
Monday to demonatratehia pa teat before
the Oklahoma Automobile Deslsrs Con-
Lucille Sima ia apending s few daya
nth friends st Texhoma.
For every dollar that geee oat ef
town, somebody hss to pay mors tana
because that dollar has geoe to do 111
The dollsr spsat with a local dealer
paya its shsrs of tho coot ef local la^
provementa, helpa to redaeeyoor taaea
and to make your homo enjeyable.
TRADE AT HOME, BUFFOBTTM
TOWM TEAT SUPPORTS TOD.
Gardes Seeds at/.W. Dens la A flea
v HOOKER WILL PAVE
Hooker haa 1st ths contract far the
paving of aeversl blocks of ber street*.
Thia will be a much needed improve*
eatfsr Hooker. The eeatraet wee
let for fin.078 B8 to Jas. Staatoa ef
Leavsawerth, E an sea.
J. W. Dsnnla sad Boa Wllferd made
bualneea trip to the Ceaaty Seat
Mrs. Bell is vlsitiag tho BoUlaflor
family thia week.
For Sale-Two yeoag tea me of
marea, one weighing 2400 pouads the
other 8000 pounda. Will aeil cheap.—
Vsacs Csppa, three milee sooth aad
aix esat of Tyrone. 4Stf
Mrs. Floyd Eolly loft oa Ve. S Wad-
aaeday for Hoyt Eaasso to ho with hoe
father who la very alek
For Sale— Oae Maxwell tear lag car
la good ohope. Would trade for stock.
—Sol Nelson. 4ttf
O. T. Wsdley weat to Quyama Taoa-
day oa baelneaa.
For Sols-English Strala White Let-
horn eggs at 50 cants per aettiaf or
$2.60 per hundred.-Mrs. J. B. More*
Whst sre quslity gooda worth to you?
It haa been asid "Buying chesp gooda
to aave money ia like atopping the clock
to aave time''. Everything that goes sut
of our atore thst ia not aatiafactory,
we abaolutely msks good. Good gooda,
right pricea snd courtsoua treatment ia
J. W. Dennia snd Son's Motto.
How sbout thst fsrm losn? Interest
rstea have come down snd I hsve on-
limited money to losn oo Improved
farms. Come in a talk it over with
me. Youra for bualneea.
U. L. MATHES
Buy your Hater lavs of the Tyroae
Equity Exchange all makes at right
Ths Odd Fellows aad Eshecaa hoc
aupper Monday night was iadeflaltely
poaponed on scsount of the had weather
We aometimes maks mistakes, we
srs only bumsn, 1 have aeon a few who
dont make them, they were layiag ia a
coffin. We will eheerfaUy correct the
errors if you will give as a shaace;
try to toll us good nstursdly hat If yea
cannot, then tell us anyway. Doa't let
U peso we want an early opportunity Ca
maks right soy error ws msks.
J. W. Deaais 4 flea
Both the Prist and IalsM llaeofoxm
for aals by Pslmsr A Krsft.
For isle-English Strata White Log*
horn eggs Pure bred. M M per M
♦!.fl©pcr se«te?.-~W. M.
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