The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 7, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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Strictly a Local N<
Supply, Woodward Co., Oklahoma, Thursday Apr. 7. 1921.
m Our Bank
^ DontIml rrAiwy
L, AND MAKE LIFE ONE
Eternal Hard Pull
THAT SMALL CHANGE THAT M%LTS AWAY IN
YOUR POCKET EVERY DAY WOULD SOON MAKE A NICE
LITTLE SUM IF PUT IN OUR BANK.
WHY NOT CUT LOOSE FROM YOUR EXTRAVAGAN-
CES AND BANK YOUR MONEY? DO YOU KNOW THAT
YOU WILL DO MORE WORK AND BETTER WORK WHEN
YOU DO? AND YOU WILL EARN MORE MONEY.
OUR BANK IS A SAFE PLACE JO PUT YOUR MONEY
FOUR PERCENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
The Bank 6f Supply
Women Give Pleasure to
Disabled Soldiers Easter
B. MILLION,Jr., President
Every disabled soldier at the
University hospital at Oklaho-
ma City was given a potted
flower and one or more maga-
zines on Easter Sunday by the
A. V. O. L. an organization com
posed of women who served in
relief work overseas during the
war. The office of Secretary of
State at the capitol will send a
number of games to the men at
the hospital this week to help
the convalescents pass the time
at the hospital.
Posts of the American Legion
seeking to be of service to their
disabled comrades, may lighten
the burden of those at I he nos
pital by buying a wh e; cl.r*• '•
The chair will cost ab ut $55,00
There is only one at the hospi al
for all the men there.
In Loving Remember- ^
ance of Our Darling Son
Our memory often wanders as
evening shadows fall,
Back to the days of happiness,
days beyond recall;
And a vision comes before us,
so fond, so pure, so sweet,
Of one we loved so Dearly,
whose heart has ceased to beat.
—A token of Love from Father
and Mother—Mr. and Mrs. Clif-
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson of Oma-
ha, Nebr. came in last Saturday
to be present at the funeral of
Mrs Nelson’s brother, T. A.
Young. They returned home
Wednesday. Carl Young and
wife of Amarillo, Tex. w\ re ah
Lillian Mayflield was very ill
of sore throat last week, having
to have a physician twice a day. ■
She got able to sit up some, but
developed other complications,
making it necessary to have the
doctor again. This sickness in
the editors family is seriously
handicapping the work in the
Republican office by reducing
our force to one hand part of',ar-
Miss Lillian Strange who has
been receiving medical attention
in Enid the past few weeks was
able to return last week. She
resumed her duties here.
Our town was suddenly seized !
with a horse shoe pitching ma-
nja this week. It is no uncom-
mon sight to see several games
going on at once. Bill Brant is
heralded as the “champeen” so
Do You Need any of These
Cotton Seed Cake
Bargen Hen Feed
Horse and Mule Feed
W«: have them
0. K. Elevator
John Innis, Local Manage
Residence Phone 43 Office Phone 85
PERCY B. ZERBY, Cashier the time* 80 don,t £et impatient.
with us if the paper is not up to
Mrs. R. G. Sherwood last
week with relatives southwest
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Newell,
of Yale, Okla- came in last week
for a visit with their daughter
Mrs. Burrel Million. The doctor
Thomas Anderson Yoang was
born March 6, 1869 in Corydon,
la , and departed this life in a
Wichita hospital, March 31 1921.
He grew to manhood in Iowa
and was married to Miss Olive
L. Odell of Seymore, la. Feb. 7
1892 They moved to Nebraska
the same year. In 1902 Mr.
Young with his family moved
to Oklahoma and filed on a claim
12 miles northwest of Supply in!
what was then Woodward coun- A
ty, now Harper county, where ft
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j With some, it's high quality;
i With some, it's low prices;
they made their home till the |jj|
winter of 1919 20 when they ft
moved to Supply. jg
To Mr. and Mrs. Young six ft
children were born, two girls A
and four boys; Mrs. Mabel Green W
of Woodward, Carl L Young of A
Amarillo, Tex , Mrs Ethel La- ft
eour, Jas. W Young and Loren ft
W, Young of So pply; Lewis M,w
Young, [deceased 1914 ] ^
Mr. Young is survived by hia ft
companion, five children, six :
grand children, one own sister,
two half sisters and four half- J5
Mr. Young accepted Christ |f>
and was baptised at the age of K
fifteen. In 1907 he moved his ^
membership to the Methodist
church at Pleasant View, and
then to Supp'y January 1921. ' M
He was a zealous worker for the SL *
good Cause. 1 M
Funeral services were held A
front,*the M E Church in Sup
ply,.conducted oy E L Lollar, A
Mr. Young was universally
1 >ved and his passing away is
mourned by a host of fiiends.
Card of Thanks.
We take this means to try to
express our heartfelt thanks
and appreciation to Ihf^ people
of Supply and community for
tire great. kindness show n us
in our bereavement for the loss
of our beloved husband, father
and brother, and for the beauti-
Mrs. T A. Young
Mrs. M. Nelson
With Us, It’s Both
Our pride is in handling a good Peaberry bulk Coffee at 25c
Of course it’s ALTON GOODS Steel-cut Coffea in
1 pound tins if you want a first class morning cup, lb 40c
Copper bottom, tin Wash Boilers, large size, each____$2.50
We have a few cases of 5c matches left. Lay in a sup-
ply for the summer, while we can sell at this price
No. 3 large size can Axle Grease, black or yellow......35c
Washing Powder, Naphtha, Gold Dust, Rubnomore. ea 5c
Maple flavor Corn Syrup, per gal................. $1.00
Early June Sifted Peas, per can...................-12c
Del Monte quality Table Fruits, in No 2 1-2 tins.Y. F.
Peaches, Bartlett Pears, Pineapple, Coerries,......45c
4-qt Blue and white Enameled covered convex kettle $1.00
Boys’ heavy weight Unionalls, small sizes $1 50 and $2.00
•. Large Size................................$2.50
Heavy feather-proof Bed Tioking, yard..............30c
Misses fine ribbed Hose, black, brown, tan, small sizes 30c
Large sizes.......................... 35c
Men’s Pants, Gray stripe, Khaki, etc..............$2.75
A nice bunch of Bananas this week, lb............12 l-2c
Plenty of Garden Seed to replant your garden that
froze down, per pkg..........................5C
Built Our Business.
The Woodward County Field
Meet will be held in Woodward,
was called home hy a telegram ^a,urda.v. Apr. 9 I he follow*
_ , , • vt in Dug entries hove been sent in;
Sunday, leaving Mrs. Newell to Track „nd Field. Jed H„dilWi’
finish her visit. Steve Redfern, Earl Teeters and
Clair Packer. Boys Tennis,
Doubles and Singles; Em I T> et-
er8 and Clair Packer, Girls Ten*
nis; Doubles and Singles, Jva
Harrison and Faye Hudsoh. All
Lillian Mayfield has been ab-
sent from school several days
on account of illness We hope
she can return soon.
Thursday and F riday of next
week the Eighth Grade County
Examination will be held at the
Fay Hudson, who has been
teaching in the primary grades
jat Rcsston, returned Saturday
U| [and is again in school.
A | The proceeds taken in by the
ft | Food Sale were over $30, most
ft of which has been spent for
ft dishes and cooking utensils for
A for the domestic science class,
ft A large supply of dishes has ar-
A rived and are in use in the
ft science classes. We wish to
A thank all who helped us in cur
ft food sale.
|| ; The baseball game Friday he
^ tween Selman and Supply, was
a victory for the Supply team.
The score being 14 to 13.
HI Mrs. B. F. Kilpatrick left Sun
IgS day for Laverne, where she will
»< be joined by her daughter. Mrs.
K Irvin, from Laverne they left
HI for Wichita and other points in
^ Kansas where they expect to
^ spend several days visiting.
n help in keeping the ground in
good shape for the Spring farm
work, and will also help the
IS wheat which was beginning to
M need rain.
gj It is reported that Mrs. Art
* Love was taken down with the
■W smallpox this week. The Stone
5 family is reported to be about
gf well of the contagion All pob-
^ lie g itherings in the Lone Star
ffl neighborhood have been stopped.
We had a few light showers
the first of the week which will
' 1 1 a 8 U was reported that the man
f i K ! & wh" r"bbt*d tb* Springs
-*■*•■*• tX A I V/ JL A. lClp qP bank last week, was captured
- near Mooreland mortally wound-
A ^ >J. He was takeu to Wood*
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Mayfield, J. W. The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 7, 1921, newspaper, April 7, 1921; Supply, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848109/m1/1/: accessed February 21, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.