The Quay Times (Quay, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, February 1, 1918 Page: 1 of 4

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Handles! Handles!
if you need any HANDLES, we
handle all kinds of HANDLES.
The best hand made HANDLES
that was ever handled.
Hardware, Furniture, Undertaking
Phone 4 Main Street, Quay
"Always a Little More For a Little Lea*
" #
We Are Headquarters
For Everything
In The Hardware Line
Carpenters’ and Rig Builders’ Tools
A Specialty
We Carry a New Up to Date Line of
Alto Undertaking Service Day or Night
Newton Hardware Co.
Telephone 27
Licensed Embalmer Service Day or Night
Physician in Charge
Over First State Bank
Phone 29
Now that the holiday rush is over, I can now de-
vote my time to Repair Work. No piece of work
is too difficult for me to handle and all work is
guaranteed. Remember LEWIS can fix it.
H. H. LEWIS, Jeweler
Opposite Ne w Strand Theatre
New Boarding House
117E Have Opened a New Boarding House
* * on east Main street and Invite all our
old friends and new ones to call and see us.
We Poeitively Intend to Remain in thie Bu
Mr. and Mrs. John Garibaldi
Quay, Oklahoma, Friday, February 1, 1918
Cosden Co. Will Develop Childress Is Appointed
School Lease Deputy Sheriff
It is reported on go.wl au-
thority thut the Cosden Oil
& (ins company has secured
a new lease on the school sec-
tion adjoining Quay and i«
preparing to thoroly develop
the lease. A large number
of otf-set wells are (iiiriane
drilled at once and many new
locations have been made.
Sheriff O. U. Li I ley of
Fay lie county was here Wed-
nesday to give Lam Childress
a commission us deputy sher-
iff in Quay. Mr. Childress
Is an experienced officer, hav-
ing served as chief of police
at Drumright.
Tuesday is Meatless Day.
Wednesday is Wheatless Day.
Saturday is Perkless Day.
Tank Duilder Hurt
The Carter Oil company
made an im|>ortnnt location
for the Quay district on the
Nollsch farm in the north- 1>. II. Brooks, whose home
west quarter of H-Itt-ti. This is in Drumright had his right
farm is a half mile north of ankle and f<n>t crushed and
. t ne Gypsy Oil company dislocated and left foot brok-
Coonrod farm upon which the en Tuesday. While working
good Skinner sand show ing on a new tank the scaffold ■
was found.
fell from under him and some
i AU the Coming Winter
'r't m . i: staves from the tank struck
I he Magnolia Petroleum ul........... i.„ 1...1 ...........
company and Atlantic Pe-
troleum cerporation are get-
ting in material to for gaso-
lene plants
The Twin State Oil com-
pany has a rig up for No. 1
on the Sallee farm in Si-'iO-fi.
him after he had fallen to the
ground. His injuries were
dressed nt the Emergency
hospital. He was taken to
Cushing Wednesday for an
X-ray. examination.
John Hawk was severely
. , .. v- . hurt about the back and hip
U,t Saluriliiv while working
on the Cosden s No. i Myers,
by being struck by an eleva-
tor. He will be unable to
Work for a couple of weeks.
The Santa Fe officials are
farm northeast of Quay is re-
|x»rted to have been made
this week.
The Cosden Oil & Gas
company No. 11 on the school
I section and No. 'i Myers, . ... ,,__
gu«y town.ite, are due •« Xh to reach .n agreed
|drilie<i in. ment by which the company
'I he I exas (til company and town will each build their
has made a location for No. part Qf „ board walk connect-
.5 on the West farm in 1-19-5 jng the ,|epot platform with
Twin Jstate Oil company the sidewalk recently com-
No. lit, Hoke farm is making pleted by the club to a point
80 barrels. near the station.
A Good Show
Campbell’s Comedians are
in Quay at the Empress the-
atre for one week starting
Thursday, Jan. 31, present-
ing some of the most beauti-
ful dramas you have ever
witnessed in this part of the
country, having played all
the larger cities in Oklahoma,
giving entire satisfaction ev-
erywhere. Come out—let’s
get acquainted and have.a
jolly good time this week, re-
gardless of the weather. We
want to feel at home among
the people of Quay and want
you to feel at home w hen vis-
iting our show which we are
sure will please each and ev-
ery one. At the Empress
this week.
0 K Market and Grocery
JONES & KLINK, rPoprietors
Groceries, Fish and Oysters
Breakfast Meatless
Meal, Brooks Rules
Breakfast xhail be lire meatless
meal and supper the wheatless meal
in Oklahoma, according to a state-
ment issued yesterday by Dr.
Stratton 1). Brooks, state food
This rulii^ applies in all cases
except where lunches are prepared
for working men. In such instan-
ces l)r. brooks advises persons
concerned to use their own discret-
ion as to which nn-gD should he
The food saving program as now
outlined is as follows:
Monday amt Wednesday wheat-
less days.
Tuesday meatless day.
Saturday porkless day.
Meatless breakfasts on Sunday,
Monday. Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday.
Wheatless sup|iers on Sunday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and
' Saturday.
Read The Quay Times, $1. Per Year
Jack Slavin is ill w ith small
pox at his home in Tulsa.
M. Bland has .sold his room
ing house.
No. 40
Clean Up Prices
All $8.50 Heavy Work Shoes - $7.50
All $7.50 Heavy Work Shoes - $6.50
All $6.50 Heavy Work Shoes - $5.50
All $6.00 Heavy Work Shoes - $5.00
Special Prices on All Heavy Shoes
Next to Poatoffice Quay. Oklahoma
State Council of Defense
May Import Porto Ricons
Laborers imported from Porto
llicu ami the Virgin Islands prob-
ably will be used on farms and
railways of Oklahoma this year,
according to J. M. Aydelotte,
chairman of the state council of de-
fense, who said: '‘We have been
adviser! that the government in-
tends to import 110.000 laborers
from these islands and a part of
these can In* used in Oklahoma to
Just received a new cor of
cedar shingles.
Pickering Lumber Co.
Miss Hazel Nall of Eufau-
la is visiting her sister. Mrs.
C. J. Ilo’rton.
Mrs. A. Jones and Mrs.
J. B. Klink of Guthrie, visit-
ed in Quay over Sunday.
J. G. Williams has accept-
ed a position with the Beilis
1). C. Dillon has been at
Cushing taking medical treat-
ment, several days this week.
Chas. F. Noble has just
completed a modern cottage
for his pumpers.
Mrs A. T- Cook is mov-
from Maramcc to this
place this wuk.
The C. C. C. club gave a
Line Party at the Empress
theatre Monday night in
honor of Miss Grace Green
who left Tuesday for her
home in Maramec.
The New England Oil &
Pipe Line company has just
completed a nice cottage in
the north part of town which
is occupied by B. V. Rich,
an employe of the company.
Pat Cawley, who is going
to open an exclusive high
grade men's store at Drum-
right in the old Palace build-
ing, leaves Feb. 1 for St.
Louis, Chicago and New
York on a buying trip for
the Drumright and Quay
* lumbing m * EOPLE
Gas Fixtures, Gas Stoves, Pipe Fittings
Globes and Mantels
The W.R. Pickering Lmbr. Co.
What You Want—When You Want It
Phone 8
C. J. Horton, Manager
Building and Repairing Time
Is A11 The Time in Quay
This is the Place to Buy Building Material
You Buy RIGHT when you Buy Here
American Lumber Co.
D. I. Clark, Mgr. Phone 20
Quay Cash Grocery
and Feed Store
Staple and Fancy Groceries
All Kinds of Feed
Mack Cox, Proprietor
Start The New Year Right
By Opening an Account with Us
ciates your business and will give you the same
prompt and courteous treatment, be the ac-
count large or small.
Ail Deposits Are Guaranteed
under the State Guaranty law. Come
in and visit us whether you have business
to transact or not Open an account
w ith us today.
Quay, Oklahoma
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