The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 25, 1919 Page: 1 of 10
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Independent In Everythin*.
Strictly • Local Newspaper.
Supply, Woodward Co., Oklahoma, Thursday. Sept. 25 1919.
Auto Hits Virgil Dodd Red Cross(
What came nearly proving a
fatal accident occured here Sat-
urday evening, when a Buic-Six
driven by Dr. Bagby struck Vir-
Dodd, the 8 year, old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Dodd, as ithe
Last Saturday marked the
closing of the RedCross training
school held at this place, which
has been going on for t he past
two or three weeks. Miss Carr,
boy was crossing the street east j the Red Cross Nurse, who con-
of the bank, and the car was be- ducted the different classes, was
ing slowly driven from thej highly pleased by the interest
south. Drs. Bagby, Stetcher, j taken in the work, and the pro-
ami Coudert were in almost in-. gress made. She reported that
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AFTER YOU HAVE WORKED HARD FOR YEARS AND
AND ACQUIRED VALUABLE PROPERTY, DO NOT LOSE IT
ALL BY NOT INSURING IT.
IT COSTS BUT A SMALL SUM FOR THE INSURANCE
TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY AND IT FREES YOU FROM
ALL ANXIETY AND WORRY.
COME IN. WE WOULD BE GLAD TO INSURE YOU
IN OUR STRONG RELIABLE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
The Bank df Supply
B. MILLION,Jr., Cashier PERCY B. ZERBY, Ass’t Cash
stant attendance. It was at
first feared that he was fatally
hurt, but beyond being severely
bruised and shocked, was not
seriously injured. Wednesday
1 he was able to sit up in bed.
It seems as if the little fellow
as running across the street and
and in front of the car which
was moving 4 or 5 miles an hour.
School Notes I
By Freshman English Class
COMMUNITY CLUB PROGRAM
Friday September 26.
'Things seen by the wayside”.
Reading of the Collects
Responses,— ‘‘Whet would I do
if I were a wage earner.”
‘‘A Summer in California,”
E. L. Roberts and wife left
Tuesday for a few days visit at
Liscomb, and Higgins, TeX.
They were accompanied by J. W.
Norman and family, who will
visit at Shattuck.
Word was received by L.
Gandy that his business building
at Aransas Pass, Tex. was con-
siderable damaged by the recent
Harry Cunningham who has
been visiting his family here for
the last month, returned to his
work at the Union Station at
Kansas City, the first of the
out of an enrollment of 60, 32 ;
took the examination, and all
passed. 75 per. ct, was the av-
erage required, and most of the ;
papers graded was over 90 per,
The spoke very highly of her
classes here as compared with
those she had in Woodward.
All who took the work speak
with appreciation of Miss. Carr
and her wo! U, and regret that
she must leave Supply. She
left Wednesday for Mutual
where she will take up the work
Win J. Parsons of Dunlap was
in the first ol the week driving
a new Hudson Super-Six which
he recently bought in Wichita.
Minnie Wynkoop, enrolled in
the high school Monday.
Mrs. Heycus will continue to
give free vocal lessons to the
high school and Junior high
school pupils this year
The Supply school is a member j
of the W. F. N. W. atheletic as-
E ciatoin this year. A cup is to
be given by the awoeiatlon to.„ worki„K in Lo„c’s .tore.
the winning bsys basket ba.l ______
team. There will also be one
for the winning girls team.
The boys basket ball practice
will be held Monday, Wednesday
and Friday nights and Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons.
The girb are getting new suits
and will begin practice next Fri-
The teacher of the fifth and
sixth grades will organize a
basket ball team Friday after-
noon choosing some of her pu-
pils and some of the seventh
""The pupils of the 5th. and 6th
grades are getting along fine in
their school work. N >ne of
them have been tardy since
school stated. The teacher
would like to have all who can
bring flowers each day.
The tennis court is complete
and we expect to have a lively
time playing tennis.
Ths manual training class b
making a new work bench.
The seventh and eighth manna*
training class is making a tabic
for the General science class.
The pupils of the primary
room have been tearing, and arc
preparing to weave rags. These
children are taking great inter-
est in ihe clean teeth club, whicl
started this week. The parents
can cooperate by helping theii
children to remember, to brusl
The pupils of the second grade
are taking up the study of Hiaw-
atha in language^
J. H. Handley father of Henry
Handley of Dodge City, Kans.
came in Sunday.
Bert Dodd went to Laverne
Saturday to visit with his child
ren for a few days, and we sup
pose to take in the fair at that
city. Nale Minks took charge
of the dray during his absence.
Do You Need any of These
S h o r t s
Alderson Lump Coal
Colorado Lump Coal
We have them
0. K. Elevator
F. L. W1GLE, Local Manager
Residence Phone 29 Office Phone 35
Soldiers and Sailors Meeting
There will be a meeting of all
the soldiers and sailors at the
I. 0. O. F. Hall, Shattuck, Okla.
on the evening of Saturday, Oct.
41 h, for the purpose of organiz-
ing a branch of the American
Ex. Lieut. Will I. Clark. Ch’m.
Frank Wigle and family were
______ visiting relatives and friends in
George Creal who has been I Laverne last week, and attend-
working in the Gerlach-Hopkins the falr-____
store in Woodward returned
home the first of last week. He ] I J- Teaters was in the latter
M^^Pv^rHv'will not return to work at his part of last week getting repairs
Mrs Horner Gardyj (for his threshing machine. He
Mrs. Million Ji. _____ tat a 4 that ha villi hiv*> ubviti------- . f •
Mrs, Million Sr. R Mi)iion and wife left for slO days more threshing l.efoi e try and was t un
Dr. A E. Hedrick and C. J
Hayworth of Hillsdale, Okla.
came in last Sunday, and return-
ed Tuesday. The doctor, doct-
ored up his subscription, thus
giving it another year’s lease of
of life while he was in. Hay-
worth was looking over the cour.
B Million ana Wire leTC xor S1U uays nime irjreBiiuiK nenne ---- . uu*
R w. Bass is spending vacat- Oklaho-na City. Tuesday to visit h. would balhro'tjth Hi. mach-
friends and take in the fair. i re was at John Calhoun’s the woi It was roo ^ y
OUR FALL LINE
Men’s Mackinaws, Duck Coats, Sweaters for
all ages, School Coats for Girls, School Caps
Also a Line of Bedding
The Nazarene Revival
Rev. Threadgill is still conduct-
ing a revival at the Methodist
Church and will continue thru-
out the week. Several persons
have been converted.
This is a series of meeting
well worth attending, as Rev.
Threadgill is a very forceful
speaker, and one of the most
thoroughly versed man on the
Bible, we have ever met. He
seems to be able to recite most
any part of it from memory.
One day last week an old bird
lit in our sanctum and asked for
a copy of our latest edition, and
when it was given him pocked it
with thanks, upon being asked
to subscrib, he remarkede that he
was taking more papers now
then he could read— Now if
that is true what in the deuce did
he want us to give him one for
nothing for?. Why doesn’t he
go to one of our business men
and make the same kind of a
requst of them? He has gall
enough to do it, if he thought
he could get away with it. This
man owns several hundred acres
of good land considerable city
property in Woodward and a
and a big banking account.
This is the second time he has
pulled off this stunt, and we be-
lived the last. We are always
Klad to supply a missing c< py
if we have it. And it is not the
insignificent price that we object
to, it is the princible of an old
tight wad, who is able to pay
for what be gets but is tjo mis-
erly to do it.
i \U i
The last conscientious object-
or has been released from Ft.
Riley. He was court mariialed
and sentenced to death; that
was changed to 25 years impris-
onment, and now he has been
pardoned on full pay, given a
'•ivilian suit of clothes and a dis-
charge. Is it any wonder that
ihe boys who went willingly and
and did their part, are a little
disppointed. When discharged
they were given citzen’s clothes.
The treatment served out to
the “conscientious objectors”
is a premium on slackerism and
fellows with a yellow streak.
How do you like it.
Mr. Casteel who has been at-
tending Dick Tucker, during his
illness, was in Supply Wednes,
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Mayfield, J. W. The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 25, 1919, newspaper, September 25, 1919; Supply, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848056/m1/1/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.