The Medford Patriot-Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1916 Page: 3 of 10
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mmororna PATBI0T-8TA1, THURSDAY, SEPT at iot^
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Comfort in Clothes
Clothes comfort doesn 9t necessarily
mean comfort out of old Clothes
A now suit of clothes, hand-tailored to your individual measure,
full of stylo expression, gives you that comfortable feeling that
J'on expect only in old clothes. The suit that’s made for you in-
dividually, fits you, and for that reason feels comfortable. And in
addition, combines class, appearance and real economy. That’s
Wio kind clothes we tailor,
jcAsaodatedcmith Lamm eOunpiwy.t^^^ ]
C. M. Ausherman
A HOME BANK FOR HOME PEOPLE
All of the directors of the GRANT COUNTY BANK are
vitally interested in the prosperity of this community.
Because they live here, have their interests here, and pros-
per only as the GRANT COUNTY BANK prospers.
Your deposits in the GRANT COUNTY BANK not only
have the protection of well known home business men, and the
guaranty fund but add to the working capital of the whole com-
___We are yours for Helpful Service.
THE GRANT CO
MEDFORD MILL AND
Wheat, Corn, Oats and
As you sow, So shall you reap”
Is as true now as when first spoken
Reaping may be assured by using a
Kentucky Drill to sow with.
Fisk & Tharp
Everybody come to the foot
hull game Friday afternoon be-
Mvdf'ud High it1141 Wuuko-
I'iiis. As this is tilie first game of '* ""
the awiison everyone come out andi0,110 /'V?"0 »
give tile Medford. High \)ltys u' . I,v<*l.v
good Hivnd-off, * I Medforslii f
Miss Dussio ibiiicymaii visited
tl“* Agriculture class Monday.
Mias Myrrhs Soucrk is absent
«mii selnml t.liis Week. She is
vmitiiiig in Kingman, Kansas.
I'loyd Stoll Inis been » burnt
tiom sieliool a In tout two weeks.
The High School auditorium
look* miller fosrt without the
.Seniors pennant. It. will not he
ong until another pennant will
•uke its place.
... ^ Die Juniors lire now classi-
ued tuul have settled down to
good hai\l study for the first
The Physics class will begin
laboratory work next week This
work is new to the Juniors, biut
don t worry, Seniors, we arc
lea lining fast.
The Agriculture ola.ss is be-
ginning demonstration work this
Colis Evans went to the Agri-
culture demonstration at Jeffect-
•son last week, biyt so far U,e
Agriculture class has not heard
English III and IV recited
American Literature together the
List week of school but the
class was so large tha,t a divi-
smn was necessary. Since the
division the Juniors now have
English Literature under Miss
Ho you know that the yeLl
leader and the secretary of
the Girls Booster Club are both
The Sophomores informed us
last week that they had ordered
a new pennant. Yes, Sophomores
we will loan you 27c to pay tlie
postage again, this year.
Miss Stitzel has been extra
pleasant in the language classes
the past week. Wonder why?
It sure looks good to sec the
Junior boys going out for foot
The M. II. S foot ball boys
play Waukonniis High Friday
afternoon. Everybody ’ be sure
to attend and help us root.
Faye Ludlow was absent Mon-
I lie first three lower grades
delight fully entertained the high
school in chapel Friday.
The Girls Booster Club has
been having actual work lately,
we know, because most of the
boys have been out to practice.)
Most of! the Sophomore girls
are lamenting because they can-
not take Domestic Science, as
they have heard rumors of a din-
ner to be served soon.
A very novel and interesting
book entitled “Blonds and, Bru-
netts” was studied in Ancient
History the first of the week.
Raymond Latimer is absent
English TI will take up classic
work in about two weeks.
I he High School has been prac-
ticing their songs and yells this
week and aire very enthusiastic.
We, the freshmen, overlooked
reporting the names of our offi-
cens and beg their pardon; will
do so now: Harold Reed, presi-
dent; Tommy Harper, vice presi-
dent; Li/llian Peacock, secretary
ftnid Treasurer; Ralph O’Dionne'l
We too, are numbering several
good foot ba’l pi ay ere.
Last year we did not under-
stand what the note book part of
what the first years work wais;
11 ow it keeps one busy trying to
take care of each day’s notes.
It is all so new; the High School
Booster Club Nates
A good share of the High
School went to Jefferson last
Tuesday to see the foot ball
game between Medford and Pond
Creek. Pond Creek failed to ap-
pear but the two Medford tennis
xurnished the entertainment and
M.alford r<,t,,p,,.d with tilie *15.
n r i nlay afternoon a practice
loot foil game wm. jijayed be-
two‘ II the first squad and the
Kreomt tea.ni and a few men from
town. Of course the II. «. first
Gn Friday, fteptembor 22, Med-
tv |IS Ik. wijH* WnilkotUM
m l,w lace of the earth. Every
if you want to see a
v’. game. This will ho
Medtordu lust gam,. th.iM reason
" ,u,,?n|l of town team.
io Girls Booster Club is one
, I"'»I organizatioiw in the
Whenever evcrybod.f <,]*>
,to. accomplish a certain
!,"R il w 1 niihmI ovt»r io the
Booster Club and the thing jg
iKTcmnpj shed. We (KMild not do
" at In m 11 Hie Gills Booster Club.
Judge R. J. SHIVE, Former Democrat
polity tiu^s i„ nuM
111 Uwewtion of the County and State Committees:
Nash, Monday, September 25th at 3 p. m.
Consolidated No. I Monday, September 25th at 8 p. m.
Manebcafor, Tuesday, Sepenvber 2tit.li at 3 p. m.
Wakita, Tuesday, September 2Gth at 8 p. m.
Renfrew, Wednesday, September 27t.h at 3 p. m. ’ |
Flint School House, Wedrrsday September 27th at 8 p.m. :
Dct Crook, Thursday, September 28th at 3 p. m.
Salt Fork, Thursday, September 28th at 8 p. m. i
Jefferaon, Friday, September 29th at 3 p. m. (
Lamont, Friday, September 29th at 8 p. m.
Medford, Saturday, September 30th at 3 p. m. <
Pond Creek, Saturday, September 30th at 8 p. m.
«endS to one or more of these meet-
try it. substitute
FOR NASTY CALOMEL
Starts your liver without making
you sick and can not
Every druggist in town—your
druggist and everybody’s drug-
gist luis noticed a great falling.
,* lr.' Hie sale of calomel. They
all give the same reason Dod-
place L‘Ver T°ne is takin£ its
“Calomel us dangerous and
people know it, while Dodson’s
Giver Tone is perfectly snfe and
stives better results,” said a
.Shi7 *",•** *■ rcp“‘,iMi *
guaranteed by every druggist U'* best and most effective speakers on state
who sells it A large bottle costs1 ^cstions. The information he twill give will , .
resv‘rer’ ?n-d !f U f!‘iIs 10 *** a««d he talks „«.♦ .......V*7® b° °f.Va,Ue to *+
nsY relief m every case of liver
you have only to ask for your
Dodson’s Liver Tone is a pleas-
ant-tnsting, purely vegetable rem
ody harmless to both children
and adults Take a spoonful at
night, and wake up feeling fine
no biliousness, ’ ’ - -
sour stomach w uunsnipaiea
bowels It doesn’t gripe or cause
inconvenience all the next day
like violent calomel. Take a dose
of calomel today and to-morrow
you will feel weak, sick and nau-
seated_ Don’t lose a day’s work,
lake Dodson’s Liver Tone in-
stead and feel fine, full of vigor
or and ambition. 5
n , . . „ --------->V,U1 plve will be of value to you,
6 taUiS ,n08t entertainingly. He is a former democrat was
ocnatic party in Oklahoma and be true to his ideals.
Ins dntv...’’’'n't *° hW him "V h« it was
nlrtv in AtiSlL?6 demoaratic pnr[y nn^ join the republican
Ming tine* 1 44
sick headache) lwHy in Oklahoma,
Come out and hear him.
Will ^n be here. Have Ute
Ciuldrens Eyes examined free.
E. W. EISFELDER
Jeweler and Optometrist
By Post Office
Jarvis Hickok bought a colt at
the Jt-vm sale.
Ethel Mellott leaves this week
tor North Dakota to visit her
Geo. La Salles father, who has
Jeen visiting here, left for his
w»nie in Indiana Thursday
School iin District 83 began on
Monday, Wesley Mellott teacher.
A stack of hay was struck by
lightening and burned for W.
Bales and J Roderick during the
electrical storm Monday
A light frost Friday morning. I
Lawrence Belanger returned
Horn the Kansas wheat fields on
Col T y Williamson and wife
and W Mates and family visited
Marion Mellott and family Sun-
Mrs Joe Hurley and daughter
I"al left last week for Kansas
tor a couple of weeks visit with
Martha Gilley is home this
"ifk. Airs Matt ice is visiting
relatives in Kansas.
Jim Morgan is moving from
Nash onto his farm.
IV. Bates is binding com
John Roderick and family
spent Sunday with his parents.
Ji.iu Roderick and wife were
county seat visitors Tuesday.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
ts toI>ic and laxative effect I AW
TIVK IiROMO QUININK is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
f‘I’K"!Er,'1,head Ketnemher the full name and
look lor the signatute ot E. W. GROVE. 25c.
The stamp tax was repealed
by congress. Just why it was re-
pealed is unknown unless it is
because an election is doming on,
hut i.t is even Larder to uuder-
atand why such ail unpopular
law was ever passed.
The republicans, socialists and
many independent democrats
joined in August and swatted
the literacy test. That rep res-1
ented the sincere and honest
sentiment of a great majority of
the people of Grant county. We
have often “wondered how many
of the democratic candidates now
■asking for independent support
cast a dog in the manger line up
straight vote for the literacy
test because the governor direct-
MEN who wear Born
Tailoring wear a smile
or satisfaction witk it.
The House of 2?om
has been making good
clothes to measure
for more than forty-
years— they wjH
make clothes for
nearly half a
million men this
Wky not have Born
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— - 1 -1 w vana if 14 ■
(Resident Bom Dealer)
D. & H. Clothiers
PilM Cared In 6 to U Days
What you get for what you
pay is more important than
what pay, ’
It’S always right I, ca„., g0 wrong
Neither can you if you deal with the
First National Bank
You need the services of a
GOOD RELIABLE STRONG BANK
You can get it af the First National Bank
Strength, Courtesy, Stability. Security, and Service
have made this bank what it is
A Good Bank For Every-
body “See Us First”
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The Medford Patriot-Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1916, newspaper, September 21, 1916; Medford, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc826382/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.