The Medford Patriot-Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 43, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 15, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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“Everything Good to Eat”
You get better goods for less money
Another car of the Wichita Best Flour this
week 800 sacks. It is wonderful, the amount of
Flour we are selling. The reason is we are selling
the best flour at a saving of 25c to 75c a sack and
' this means very much to you.
Fresh Fish Friday Free Tickets to Alvo
No meat orders taken after
9 o’clock Sunday for delivery
Mrs. Dwight, Wilson spent Mon-
day in RLaekwell.
Prof. Walter Hopkins of Ton-
kawa was here Monday oil busi-
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Breeder
amd family spent Sunday in Deer
Greek the guests otf Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Redman.
George F. Staff a and family of
Topeka, Kansas is moving into
the Pishny property.
Take your cream to Long, tf
0. Davis motored down
Heniiiiessey Sunday might.
was over from
Dr. P. W. Schwartz dentist.
( litford Honey man
Sell your hides to Long tf
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mitchell of
Liunont were shopping in .Med-
Mr. a.ml Mrs. II. M. Mnothaj-t
Sj ip Sunday at Anthony, the
gin sis of Mr. and .Mrs. Genre Fry.
Miss Jessie Bouton lias been
visiting in Enid the past week.
Frnr-'t Simeon, behind Davis,
Mva Tharp and damns Anderson
took in the Arkansas Valley
track meet at Wichita Friday,
The Rock Island officials will
bo hiore this afternoon on their
semi-annual track inspection.
W. H. Wilson and D. E. Bunch
of the Medfoixl Gun Club are at-
tending the state shoot at Tulsa
Liitt.le Norman Claire the
grand son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Claire, who has been dangerous-
ly dll is much improved tod'ay.
Kelly Bates and family are
here from Minneapolis, Kansas,
visiting K. J. Bates.
Duel la King arrived Monday
from Oukl'iiU'd, Iowa to visit her
I at hen- K. J. Bates.
Ernest Travis left Tuesday
for a visit with his folks at Moii-
I Ml Hand was hero Monday
from Salt Fork. He says there
are now twenty granges organiz-
ed in Gran! County and that he
is through with (he work of or-
ganizatLon until after harvest.
- . Sale: a span of mat died
Jasper ( I ark and Mr.Me]Ferren in.iivs 4 ami f» years old and mare
went to Piedmont, Kansas 1 he cult. The good kind.
P>'l ' f the week 1o build a house j Fisk & Tharp
fur ill- McFeoren. ---
- | Dr. and Mi's. C. If. Lockwood
I r Sale: Reeves separator spent Sunday in Wichita, the
30x00 with all attachments, also guests of the doctor's parents,
header-binder combined in good
condition. Privctt Brothers .Med- Colonel/ A. M. Edwards and
ford Howard Reed spent Monday in
- iWiiohitsi on business.
IMr. Mnekcy n/f Downing. Town,
a hrothnr of kins. J. I’ Becker
was Imre Monday looking after
his farm near Medford,
Miss Fancy Allen is enteataiin-
oig Hi s week her sistor Mbs Lois
Miss Nell Haley of
M'ke K’llian reported Tuesday
that h s boys had dug out a den
of seven coyotes pups Sunday.
M'*< ltbiiiehe Koa-li, an !
Mary Hein spent the bitter
of tiie week in Wakita.
TO CLOSE OFT; 24 shovel
combin'd cultivator at $2<>. 1.4
Shovel new Century cultivator
at $28. One 2-row Warner di.se
sii d cultivator rt $35.
Fisk & Tharp
The Art Club were entertained!
•u .mummy talet noon by Mrs. G.
.i. luioaues wit It iurs. iiattemau-j
ger of UtJJiieitl, Kansas, a U'nnd
• x .tits. .\. Suit s, a* guest of the!
Joint Sprague ,a .Medford old
• oner was up xrum i..uu .uoiietaM
M,s. Mary Early and
du lightens Loratine and Francis
-M i s j-online Ridings and l’rof.
MeConnell spent Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. G. Tl. Rhoades
olid family went, as far a,s ('aid-,
we-lJ bunday with Mr. and, Mrs. f.
Ii. 11 '.asty i ’ returned with
witli it. ill in me evening after
sj" ndiiig '111e day iii Caldwi ]].
T " , Judge S-traughan and
jour axle grease oi’ Long s were clown jCrcwu
.Mrs. M. T. ,\ms1"""imambas open ----
ed diressmaki g , ii-.ns up stairs NOTICE
in tin (piigl .t building, first —--
d;."r •» . t;e F ei, at, the head Pay ycur Water and Light bil
Cl !lir staars ;>-2b at the Grant County Bank, keep
.’rotir receipts. Please attend to
J. W. Wilkinson was in town
last Monday and informed us
]1(jj. 11 bat. his da lighter, Miss. Nina
! h.-d re -ii ived s-everal Mtei-s from
her cousin, Harry Dilla.r, el' Ral-
ston, Oklahoma, who is fighting
.with the French anny, that he
hud been sever ]y wounded and
Miss Ethel Gray, neice of John
•SmUiei, w iio ns leaching Uirsj
.> ar ax Engersud, (jiiiaiioma lias•
ui eiupli ^ ed oy me school
ouard, ior a position m tiro Aled-
.mu lugii seniMJil faeutly next
. ar. Kite is u graduate uf
a.u Normal school.
H-^rTg.n.SJ, fc VV It
navy aniKHre ■ tA,lK.
as soon as lie was able to travel
will be invalided home.—Man-
this promptly. Beginning June
, * ,,M7T 11st your notice will be sent more
*V: '■ ‘ • A. ; are earnestly promptly and the service will bo
rnjumtrd 1,0 meet at the hall on due net later than the 10th and
kriday night, Nay 18th, as there positively discontinued on the
3S 1 npri taut biiMiH s to be at- 15th. No favorites, this rule will
tended to. 0-17 be enforced.
By Order A. If. T. A. j Board of Trustees
A piiv - n! snrprb ■ party was
•'"hi it the hi’ni'- nf Mr ami Mi«.
J- Ed 11 cry ford, 143!) X. Law-
rcnei Friday ev< liing in honor of
• he iiiiin • < nth v eilding nnniver-
>,”,-y ef -Mr. and Mrs. Hereford.
.Curds and music were the diver-
sions of t’uc evening and nefrosh-
i me.its w re .served.- Tin Wichita
Keller Bates was given a sur-
prise boutlay when -ii of ins1
. aiiaren anu tuear eluidren drop-!
, U iii. on Jinn. Among those!
, i euin.g ihe day with mm w ere
ate Gianu ox i.md, Kilie Biu-
naugh of L'lpue aim Blanch An-j
. sun of Jefferson.
Mr. I. ii. Heasiy went to Wich-
ita. KalurdJiy lo sec about the
condition of J. i‘. Becker.
Key Moss wms over from Black-,
Mr. and, ibis. I.
drove to Wellington
visit hie parent's.
R. J1 e.uiS
-Mrs. F. il. Wiles, mother, of
Get Our Estimates First
No matter what you are going to paint—
whether it’s a big job or a small one—we believe
we can save you money.
Or possibly you have a floor to wax—or
wall paper to clean—or woodworK to varnish.
If so, just call and see what we can do for you.
We have an unusually large and fresh stocK
of paints for all purposes—floor wax—floor oil-
end supplies of all Kinds.
A biter from (’ash Wood, who
is •]rutty well known over Hie
county as a bridge builder, who
is new at, Abbott, New Mexico,
which says they had an eleven
inch snow ;i few days ago.. He
says the season is very backward
out, there and that his wheat is
only about a half stand, but as
feed and seed are very high lie
will leave it to make what it
-•Us. G. 41 Khioad'U, is here visH-
l g Mr. and Mis. Rhoades.
J know what Styleplus $17 means.
I know that this price again remains the same.
In Styleplus Clothes $17 J know I’ve got as good style as
I can get anywhere at any price.
I know these clothes fit.
I know I’ve paid the same price as every other Stvle-
plus purchaser, $17.
I know the price never changes in any part of the coun-
I have a guarantee that means another suit if not sat-
I have a label in my coat that I can’t lose even if I do
lose the guarantee.
You will like Styleplts Clothes $17, too. •
Qiieea Qualify and Walk-Over Shoes, Oxfords
and Holeproof Hose for Women.'
Clothes cleaned and pressed with a guarantee of Satisfaction
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. William-
son were pleasantly surprised
Sunday when Mr. A. L. Crow
and wife of Atlanta, Kansas ami
Mr. Charles Crow and wife and
daughter of Blackwell willed on
them. These were friends from
the old home in Kansas whom
they had not mot since the open-
ing of the Cherokee Strip. The
former guns a paper at Atlanta
Kansas and the latter is in busi-
ness at Blackwell.
Estate Geo. Moisei-, filial de-
cree filed, final discharge filed.
Estate Frank Mmpeeky, de-
ceased, order to pay and collect,
Gu<•;l'diamship Rebecca McCord,
order appointing guardian filed.
Estate Joseph Vacin,'deceased,
! . When you have Backache the
liver or kidneys are sure to be
out of gear. Try Sand, it does
wonders for the liver, kidneys
and bladder. A trial 35c bottle
wdl convince you. Get, it at the
Dr. Six, the Eye Man, is in
Medford every Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Bring your eyes.
Long Bell Lumber Co.
V. A. Barder Manager
J. C. White, Manager
AMERICAN TILE SILO
The Best Silo on the Market today
Durable Serviceable Economical
A silo means money to you
and it is to your advantage
to see me about one now.
Also Prices on all building lum
ber in car load lots
i. R. Dahlen
No money paid
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart
received a letter this morning
I’rum thciir son Gene Stewart, whio
is attending college at An Arber,
Michigan, stating that he had
joined the base hospital unit of
Detroit, Michigan and would
leave the 10th of June for France
He expects to come home in about
ten days to see his parents be-
fore leaving for Europe.
Prof. Hopkins of Tonkawa who
has been employed for the s.uper-
intendency of the Medford school
for next year was here visiting
the school this week. Professor
Hopkins lias been on the faculty
of the state school at Tonkawa
for several years and comes very
highly recommended. He is not
entirely a stranger to Medford
being a distant relative of the
Lewis and Riding families.
HARVEST OIL PRICES
DO HOT PAY MORE
Caster Machine, per gallon..40c
Graphite Harvester, gallon...40c
Hard Oil, per pound........10c
Axle Grease, 2 lb. can......10c
Cream Separator Oil, gallon, ,40c
Ford Special Oil, gallon.....50e
The OU Man
DR. L V. HARDY
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Over Pint National
Both Phonao at Offlco and Rooldanoc
E. O. Brewer and wife spent
Sunday at tint E. E. Wulz home.
The Salt Fork ball team and
several ear loads of fans went to
Ha hum a Saturday. Lahoma won
the game with a score of 6 to 2.
A number of Salt Fork boys
attended the ball game- at Bill-
Mrs. Schofield and children
moved into the Park house Mon-
Jess Horton and family spent
Sunday at the Chas Wulz home
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon of
Perry are visiting their daughter
Mrs. Harold Stout.
Ed Hursti s preparing to open
up a general store in the build-
ing known as the old drug store
Velma Horton and Carolyn In-
grain spent Sunday with Bessie
and De.Ua MclGuinn.
Mr. Barker is painting the in-
terior of his building preparatory
to starting a first class restau-
rant and confectionary
A large Cfovvd attended the
sale at W. II. Ivuofflocks Friday
Harry Corn and Elery Thomas
installed a Lilly separator in the
home of Charley Kitchen Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs Jess Horton mo-
tored down to Fairviow last
week and visited relatives.
Born, to John Edwards and
wife ia ?y2 pound boy.
The farmers elevator installed
a man life and a pair of car
loading scales last week.
Archie Critchlow went, to La-
mont Monday to work for Mr.
'Shiny of Vassar”
Royal Theatre, Friday May 181917
CAST OF CHARACTERS
DR. C. H. LOCKWOOD
PHYSICIAN A 8UROEON
Office over Wilson Drug Store
X-RAY IN OFFICE
Both phones at Office or resi-
John Willett--------_.a young architect-----------Claude Davis
Amos North----------of North & Son, Bankers......Neal Ulrey
Shiny----------------- darkey---------------Archie Faulkner
Hank Gubbin---------the “hired man”------------John Zeman
Mrs. Newton-------of Great Falls, Vermont_____Nellie Barrett
^rate J-------------- - - Her daughter--------------Edith Breeden
U anda--------------Kate’s half sister------------Cecil Merritt
Miss Page-----------Dean of the College--------Goldie Lawless
Mabel Wilson, Irene Redding, Margie Postlewaite,
Rena Groves, Verda Garringer--------------------College Girls
Act I, Sitting room in Kate’s home.
1 Act H, Kate’s room, in a Senior double.
Act III, Kate’s home at vacation time.
Act IV, Campus at Vassar, Graduation day
Kate Carroll and Wanda Newton, half sisters, are
students at Vassar College. John Willett loves Kate, but
through the treachery of Wanda, who loves John, and
of Amos North who loves Miss Newton, Kate leaves for
Vassar College without telling John good-bye. During
her year at Vassar Kate does not hear from Mr. Will-
ett and promises to marry Amos North because of
wounded pride. The mystery is cleared up on graduation
day at Vassar. *
Adults 25c Grade Children 15c
All reserved seats 35c
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