The Quay Times (Quay, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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New Gushers Coming 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 Investor.
We have a few more lots to offer at Reasonable Prices and Terms IS
QUAY TOWNSITE COMPANY
W. F. Parker, Manager
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Jacobs’ Fine Chocolates
Always the Best
Try our Chili
and Hot Drinks
Attorney* at Law
P. O. Building Phone 71
Abdication* for Stall* Auto
Let Me Figure on Your Bill
G. M. Holland
BUILDING AND PAINTING
The American Cafe Has Changed to
BOB’S CHOP HOUSE
So Follow the Crowd Where You
will Get the Best of Eats
Short Orders a Specialty
Game in Seaton
Open Day and Night
The Quay Times
Frank Shatzal, Editor and Publisher
An independent newspaper for
Published at Quay. Oklahoma
Office at the west end of Main
South of Quay
I < ’orrespondence)
Mr. and Mr*. Jerry Tucker spent
Sunday with (irundpa Tucker.
finite a crowd of young people
attended the dance at Frank Lord’s
Joe Woodruff and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mr-. S.
funeral of little Mary Wheatley.
Kiley Land is now running a
water wagon in Quay for Mr.
Oscar Ford and Miss Yelora
i«each were quietly married in Ok-
lahoma ( itv Thursday. They
will make their future home here.
| Congratulations are extended.
Mrs. May Coke and children
spent Monday afternoon with Mr*.
Subscription Rate, $1.00 Per Year A. A. Tucker who is sulTcring Earl Craft has accepted the |>o-
—--with rheumatism has gone to Hot I sition as night cook in the Frank
Spring*. Ark., for treatment. t Cafe in Quay.
Mrs. Will Small and Mrs. Roy
Entered as second class mail
matter June 1, 1917, at the post
office at Quay, Oklahoma, under
the act of March 8, 1879.
Taylor have returned from Nalog-
W. L. Prince of Chicka-ha was
any where they w<nt to attend the [a visitor to Quay. Monday
To Hear War Facts
One of the most |*»\verful speak-
er* which the war has developed
will visit Oklahoma for a ten days
speaking tour under the auspices
of the Oklahoma State Council of
Defense. Lieut. Paul Perigord, a
Frenchman by birth, a graduate of
the I'Diversity of Chicago and ac-
tive participant in all the import-
ant battles of the war fought in
France from the Marne to the last
successful offensive around Verden.
will speak in this state from Janu-
ary O to Feb. •?. His itinerary
has not yet been announced by the
state council of defense.
acuigc oauucia * George Senders
“TheJeweler” - Announcement - “The Jeweler”
Commencing Saturday, January 12, 1918
We will offer our entire stock of Jewelry, consisting of
Diamonds, Watches, Cut Glass, Etc., at Auction prices.
The first sale will start at 2:00 o’clock Saturday afternoon
and continue at 2:00 and 7:00 p. m. until the required
amount of money has been received to meet our indebted-
ness. You know the high character of our merchandise,
and you will need no special introduction for George San-
ders Jewelry, is known throughout this entire section of the
conntry for its wearing and lasting qualities.
“You Must Be Satisfied” is Our Daily Slogan
The Leading Jeweler
Always a Good Show
14th Episode of
‘The Fatal Ring”
“The Painted Safe”
“Back of the Man”
A Triangle Feature
“A Film Exposure”
A Keystone Comedy
- Friday and Saturday
The Brilliant Serial Star in
“ The Red Ace”
Episode No. 1 1
“The Burning Span”
Helen Holmes Tuesday
13th Episode of “THE RAILROAD RAIDERS"
« Thursday-—Blue Bird Day
THE BEST CHILI
ck£“:I. 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. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1918, newspaper, January 11, 1918; Quay, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc908114/m1/4/: accessed February 24, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.