The Medford Patriot-Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 89, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 30, 1917 Page: 6 of 6
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Today or Tomorrow
m«uu »nli«faction and plrnnum th.t
you could not make up tl you wailed
a month to place your Older.
Autumn daya give a wonderful thrill to
motoring after the long work-time
teuton, and if you would not mim u
day, make mire of having your Velio
hy giving us your order ot once.
Mon»v cannot buy belter values limn ihi* ligbl
Six, wuh ba beautiful, roomy body.clrep lultc-il,
gauuine Irallicr upimltlrriny, silent, ample,
powerful, sprrial Coutinenlal Motor, Tirnkrn
axles trout and rear, long, uodrriliinu spiinas,
push button starter, everything. tight body
styles* Come and see them,
ni .ALfc.RS - Some yor d territory still open.
Hotter write lor the Velis proposition.
Security Motor Company
l-orimrljr Named Federal Motor Sale# Co.
Oklahoma City. OUIa.
VEUE MOTORS CORPORATION
Hr ittaI .Mim Frank t’nilg mnMit
Nutalay iu Knld.
Mir mill Sirs* <j || Khiuuli-a and
rlirhlivu vlxitix] friend* «t Witki-
Mnt Marjorie *Jtritigrr and
w»by «t Oklahoma City, jx here
vUiiiuy her brother, Flunk Hon
Howard Corning brought Jim
Anslrraiji hoim^from Tulin Sun-
day. Jim in vary ak'k with n
fever, I loth iIm* boy* are at-
•‘■tiding Kendall College,
•Mr ami Mi* II M Mootligrt
dnuvt* to Dilwortli, Sunday and
w re caught in Hr- Mitml gtorm on
the way hotne.
| Jim Lewi* of Kentucky, a coil-
**'i* "f Mtu S I* Itialitigfw uii‘1 Mr.
I A (’ (ilium return'*! Sunday nf*
• '’I* a viriit hero with the Killings
ami the Oltnuwi,
Mi.vi (Jrtu-e WelJi in viaiting
nl;itives at Clearwater, Katiaua.
Attorney K II Breeden nail
fiamil.v mutotvd over to Buffalo,
Oklahoma, on buniniKs Sunday.
They ex|net to return Wednesday
The Hotter lU>ya Club at tliejr
''ilill* trot11 Friday night eWtfd
their officetx for the quarter
I'-mkiig the fiixt of the year. Son
Fisk, preaishtit; Rut-I<|»h O’Don-
nell, avert-Lury; and Hen Rejgner,
librarian. The dub have their
ivgulnr meetings everv Frixhtv
Mix W A IIiiihI and von Keti-
ti lit and Drill ilrKi'i1 have hfl
for in visit at Wenu.tr.hfo, Wash-
MV uu«l Mr* (leo, luliuonda aro
iv«4aUv«n nt (ientry Ark.
Mr ami Min J W S|ri4ur lmd
«* their gtna'a Sunday, Mr and
Mm Dnv mni uf Anthony, KiiiinuN, (
Rev and Mm K K Story nr
riw>d Satiudny morning from
t J it t Ii rit*, to take uji their roiirlr
deni'Y in the M E jiarNoiutge,
Kd Chancy wan u|> from Sail
Mr Frtuik Stewart ami Wafter
I'ikh r of M dfortl, and Clio* J cun-
ehke, the Maxwell diatributor at
k’nisl, returned from Kun-vm City
Sunxbiy with new Maxwella. On
aeeouut of the idiorlnge of earn
many of the auto* are lining driv-
en out from the diatrihutiug
point s w hen needed in a hurry.
Mix .1 F Don mm and ‘laughter
arrived from TeniwxNee, Sunday
night for a month's vialt. ||er
himbnud, Captain I'onrron ia
stationml in Tonneaaco.
Mrs Pet r I’lu-lcer and ehildren
M'ent to Wichita, Momlay morn-
ing to viait her brother and fain-
tly unlij Rev Parker vela the
lioiiuehdd goods at Drumrighf.
Jim- Meh'her wim heie from
Mnmdieater, Okliilioma, Saturday,
visiting tin- K.rc|chniujt<.
Cliffoisl Da via ha* a good po-
silioin in n drug store at Kanwiia
Dr. J. M. Blood, Dentizt.
Mrs D A MeGill has returned
from Atlanta, Illinois.
Rev hVyen wan hu e from Man-
Sell your rags, brass and cop
per to Long. tf
-M,r ami Mr* L I) Anderson ami
ln-mly w i n) (o- Deer Creek Samr-
day, lo vs it .Mr Anderson's Jiiotlt-
Dr. P. W. Schwartz den bat.
•1 W Patterson oil' St. Loiti-s,
-Mo., came Friday night to visit
bis mother, Mrs Mary Pattoraon
and his sinter Mi* C W Keatic
K v Peter Parker li ft Mon-
day morning for Drumright, Ok-
Beatie Merc. Co,
Theae cool nights makes one think of nice warm
Covers. See our—
New arrival of
For Skirts, Waists and Trimmings
Shoes, Caps and Underwear,
Ties and Hosiery
Everything to Eat in our
Bring Ug Your Produce
Beatie Mercantile Co.
The Home Of The Green Trading Stamp
Timm, will 1 hv a pif supper at
Dwtriot 20 Friiltiy night, No-
vember 2nd., Vlnwfa Kkijilnik,
I It Ifeiusty and son, John
Tim bi.gge.vt oomedy hit in
.wars is ooxning hero to our
"pel I lmu.se Friday night, “P«n-
11 ii in ID* Pete,” under the able
CANCERImnnn.gi.me'nt of Abe Tevy. ‘‘I’an-
THE TRUTH ABOUT ________
lleMtiv I 'V ' .1......o A m-w book giving a tm.vst P'^mlk* Pete” has a lively time
s*. *i’ 1^ bumky U-ompreliK'iiaive '*xp|aiuitmn of cm- with a r mI live hiMv-gont which
S' limd cm, vent mm „„ .farv.s town- <.-r and ils Su,w.^'ul treatment |l!^ wmijviwy oarries with ihwm.
S«U your bone* to Long, tf
DR. C. H. LOCKWOOD
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office over Wilson Drug Slori
X-RAY IN OFFICE
Both phones nt Office or resi
J P Pierce passed
Mcdliiiid, on his way home t,o
.MMi -hi Sunday from a tlu-ee
months visit in TeniKtjsee.
. Frank Houton and Judge C
tiir, s exjwet to go to
o!,m u! ,;lw'ku,:IJ- Wod'ncsday, to take
tho Shrine Degrees.
Airs J 1, Cook and Mrs M M
Wlrite, of Kiowa, Kansas, sisters
without the kn'ife is offered for
‘Vee distribution hy medieal in-
stitiitinu <vi' national pmminenee.
Si'irwl for your copy totlay. Ad-
div-s, O A JohiMMNi, M I) Suite
oftt, 1 .'420 Main, St., Kansas City,
m ,c a! 1 s7 v,iy. M<:- *‘-'5 w ^ sr; v. ha*™—
|. '' ' llS1,J N "*u' kirk, daughater of -Afr ]•] M Moss PHYSICIAN & SUROFON
Satiirdav <l0U'n ‘a‘ hm™\*** ?**'* f7»“ *™*y % Sun- Over S
01 }lr «*“1 Ml* E M Mass. Nath Nhan.. Offla. n.xM.nr.
Tim whole show is- simply a
S'l+am nuwl has been 1%‘omjnend-
<‘d to ns highly. The actoix are
s'lnply good that’s- nl'l. Do not
miss it. it ja a gorwl clean show.
like an electric
BUTTON ON TOES
von form a eontuet with a live
wine which rings tlto bell. When
youir slmes press against your
mm it. pushes its sharp ixaits
down upon a sensitive nerve ami
you get a shook of pain.
Instead of trimming your corns,
wIris'll merely makes theni grow,
just- step info any drug store and
ask top a 'puki ier of an ounce of
fret-zone. This will cost very lit-
tle but is siiffichut to remove
every hard or soft corn or callus
from one’s feet. A few drops ap-
plied directly upon h tender,
ftnliing corn slops the soreness in-
stantly, and soon the corn sliri-
vellf-i up so it lifts right out, root
■and all, without pniu. This drug
freczoiK* is harmless and never iit-
l'lsmea or even irritates the sur-
Tolls Why a Corn is so Painful-
and Says Cutting Makes
Cross an electric button and
ii 5% FARM LOANS 5%
-:•+*+♦ MPM4PW't<HW4»H-K“W44. *
We are now making farm loans at 5 per cent with
a small commission with' privelege to pay part or
all at any interest paying time. I am prepared to
make both first and second mortgages on short notice
J. H. FUSS, Medford, Okla. f
Beautiful 1918 Maxwell
NOW ON DISPLAY -»t
27heaMTxnJi/lLdw!d C!'amp!on™t°r’ the famoJ perfected clutch and transmission or the mighty
It is als0 a stronger and more rigid machine for the road.
1 he frame is six inch chain steel, compare this with others.
And the body rests directly on this powerful frame instead
°f on brackets extending from the sides, as in others
Do you know what that means?
,, ^ WGaos tbis. 1 he firmness with which the wheels grip
the road and the steadiness of the car at high speed give you
a sense of security such as you have been able to enjoy before
only in cars shackled with a battery of shock absorbers.
This New Car is 5Lighter
There’s a marvel of engineering for you, friends!
lighter ^IS maC e blgger and str°nger-and yet actually
This means greater case and comfort on the road.
More than that—it means greater economy.
And the Maxwell before was the most economical 5-pass-
enger car m the world.
Compensating underslung rear springs 50 inch the last
word m spring suspension-mark this wonderful Maxwell of
They mean greater comfort-greater economy, by lessening
wear and tear on the car.
Maxwell Now Has the Style of the Costliest Cars
The new Maxwell is a car of great beauty.
It has a sloped windshield and rakish lines never before
produced in any car costing less than $1200.
Its good looks now equal its proved, mechanical efficiency
The new upholstery is richer and gives a new comfort.
Inside and out the new 1918 Maxwell is a perfected car.
We’re proud to sell it.
You’ll he proud to own one.*
Touring Car $745 Roadster $745 Coupe $1095 Berime $1095 Sedan $1095
All Prices /. a. b. Detroit
Small Monthly Payments Arranged it You Prefer . *
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The Medford Patriot-Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 89, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 30, 1917, newspaper, October 30, 1917; Medford, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc826085/m1/6/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.