The Quay Times (Quay, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, February 1, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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/s f/je //u6 Around Which a Great Oil Field is Radiating
New Gushers Coining in Regular, Extending the Field in Every Direction
QUAY’S Future as a Town is Assured. We are Advancing Steadily.
Real Estate Values are Substantial.
QUAY Offers Unrivaled Opportunities for the _jnyggt?f;
We have a few more lots to offer at Reasonable Prices and Terms
* QUAYTOWNS1TE COMPANY
W. F. Parker, Manager
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Jacobs’ Fine Chocolates
Always the Best
Try our Chili
and Hot Drinks
Attorneys at Law
P. O. Building Phone 71
Application* for Slate Auto
Let Me Figure on Your Bill
G. M. Holland
BUILDING AND PAINTING
The Best Place to Elat is at
Bob’s Chop House
Ask Your Friends
Short Orders a Specialty
BOB’S CHOP HOUSE
Game in Season
Open Day and Night
AT THE EMPRESS
One Week Beginning Jan. 31
In High Class
COMEDIES AND DRAMAS
Own Special Orchestra
Vaudeville Between Acts
The Quay Times
Frank Shatzrl. Editor and Publither
An independent newspaper for
Published at Quay. Oklahoma
at the west end of Main
Subscription Hate, 01.011 l’er Year
Entered as second class mail
matter June 1, 1917, at the |K»st
office at Quay. (tklalioinn. under
the act of March It, 1879.
Miss Hazel Martin
Tonight, “The Third Degree”
A Melo Drama in 4 Acts
Campbell’s Comedians Will Drive Away The Blues
South of Quay
It. II. Fulloeh spent Monday
night with Win. A. Tucker.
Mrs. A. J. Clasby ha* been stay-
ing with her son. Odis and family
during tbe *iekness of Imt dauglt-
John Wells bad hi* house and all
its contents destroyed bv fire Iasi
week, I be origin of which is un-
Karl Hoover made a business
trip to Pawnee Thursday.
Tbe Coke children spent fhe
week end with relatives in Skedee.
Mr. Tomkins’ children are re
ported as having the whooping
Mr. flashy bad the misfortune
to lose a mule with spasmodic colic
Miss Itessie Hall visited over
Suuday with borne folks near
Anis Coke ha- been on the sick
Edna Ilenimc lias been absent
from school on account of sickness.
W. A. Tucker was transacting
business in Yale Monday.
Fred Nelson has moved to
farm near Maramec.
C. M. Cranston of Han
tranrk. Mich., is prospecting
for a business location in
Tin* engine house of the
(’has. F. Noble well in block
HO burned Monday. It was
necessary to tear down the
belt house to save the rig.
Government Will Sell
The I’. S. Food Administration
announces that in eases where dis-
satisfaction arises with dealers,
and where fuir treatment cannot
otherwise be secured, farmers and
hippers may utilize the Food Ad-
ministration (iraiu Corporation.
Car load lots will lie handled by
tbe Fond Administration at a com-
mission charge of 1 |s*r cent.
Wherever disagreements arise be-
tween farmers and local buyers, or
letween country dealers and mil*
ers, as to grade, tbe zone agent of
tbe Food Administration is em-
powered to settle such differences,
and will render such *ervi»-e when
a i pound sample is sent him for
examination. The zone agent
nearest this point is I). F. I’iaz-
zeck, Kansas City, Kansas.
Somebody Will Tell
Oklahoma City. Okla., Jan. 80.
1918— Somebody is going to tell
on you if you don't pay your in-
come tax. Congress has lived it
so somebody must tell, whether lie
wants to or not.
One section of the War Income
Tax Law, exhaustively conipre-
icnsivc in scope, requires every
(mtsoii, without exception, and
every, corporation, partnership,
association and insurance company,
in whatever capacity acting, who
paid *800 or more to another j»er-
son. corporation, partnership, as-
sociation, or insurance company,
us interest, rent, salaries, wages,
premium annuties, compensation,
remuneration, emoluments, or other
fixed or determinable gains, profits,
and income, to rejxirt the name
and address of the person, corpor-
ation, etc., to whom the payment
was made, together with the total
amount of the payment, to the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
at Washington, using a form pre-
.erilnd for the purpose—Form
1009, now to l*e had from all col-
lector’s offices. The forms must
tie filled out and returned on nr
before March 1. 1918.accompanied
by Form 1999, which is a letter of
transmittal ami affidavit certifying
the accuracy of form 1099.
Always a Good Show
17th Episode of
‘The Fatal Ring’
“The Death Weight”
WM. S. HART in
“The Desert Man”
The Brilliant Serial Star in
“ The Red Ace”
Episode No. 14
Helen Holmes Tuesday
Last Episode of “THE RAILROAD RAIDERS’
3rd Episode of “The Mystery Ship”
Thursday—Blue Bird Day
\Y. Dillon, the draymnn,
has ordered a Ford truck.
THE BEST CHILI
chocoul. Hot and Cold Drinks
Cigars and Tobaccos
Delicious Home Made Candies
Jim Thomas, Proprietor
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Shatzel, Frank. The Quay Times (Quay, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, February 1, 1918, newspaper, February 1, 1918; Quay, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc908013/m1/4/: accessed February 28, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.