The Peoples Elevator (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 31, 1922 Page: 3 of 6
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nie, A. P. Port wood, a
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Central Automobile ami Tractor
>1 of Pittsburg, Kansas, is open
I men. This is an opportun-
everv man should take ad-
lass will begin Monday
July Third; thU school affer '« every-
thing in the way of equipment and in-
structors. There is no better school
anywhere. The student is taught ev
rythir lJ that ; ''tains to :.o repair
and upk>.«.,• <>f t .-.utoni e. Every
•uaiif so that he
,,lina boon duly j able'to secure and hold a fine
•t v deposes and sa>s tUftt lie ,
toi-.or, publisher and manager of' job at good money.
The OU'ubtn.ia r.uide Paper >; ' EVKKY 1 (UMi READY FOR FREE
That the names and addiesses of th« ;
publisher, editor, manning editor and ^ ^ readine„ for the
business managers are.
Publisher, Walton Brown, Guthrie.
Editor Walton Brown. Guthrie
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Sworn to and sub -'nbed b tore m<
This 29th day of March 1 - - ■
A. P. PORTWOOH Nota' v Public
WALTER BIHWN'. Publish-r.
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In a study of data
intendent t f New N
tories it was for. d th t
of this number wcr
Seven per cent in
sand prisoners ha :
education, twenty -5 iv-
four out !
a thou- |
h school !
finished grammar si hool and sixty-
. . . a r.lt of Rev u T s Johnson of Oklahoma City, Okla.four per cent, had attended only pri-
Dr. She* Secretary ' ' , tader'ta i£ZW HW-<L
rvsi ?KS"'^«5"£ as.ssr-2 —
A great many of our - ib>cri
are askinp when we shall be avou
- • v. " f collecting. Well, the A: nt v, !
around in a few (-..'.ys. * e
of the iivtertst 1 r
have taken in the "> 01 1
PEOPLES it''- ' ••
progress in Cc r
want ycu to feel free to stnd in tlio
happenings so as to help make uie
paper more newsy.
big Free County tail to bo held in
Guthrie Sept. 18 to 21 inclusive to pre
for the eight community fairs to pre-
cede it in the various tow is of the
county The premium 1 t i* one of
the most oa'.ph'ie an lib> al of any
county fair in the state, and already
many t ntries are being made in the
I various d • v. at Serotary
' Wenner's office.
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iifil i EDDL1NG RING
1 i t V. i, '1\ xus, Aug. 12.- Two
m> n i,'nt ti . men are in jail here
'• win a laid by a Federal anti-
1 arc otic s()u&u
l it a resilience in a
;-.i mat> ♦ ^ •
tin of Ft. Worth.
... .rphine v. .
t at .f 1,800 was cup-
t rod. V
•er had just arriv-
ed with -
f >m Orleans
police t"' •:
Uir was made
by t\.o 1
i officers, posing as
...iiin,. aa inn utiuction
to one ^ t.
Mi.-t.o.'ts and buying
$1,250 v. •
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. ^• I in the hearts and minds of his fellow men.
Fret.erick Dnuv.ats - ^ . ,ilste. He taught himself to read
He was a l«'etui'.-r and j.-iim:^- < autol,io.rra!,hy and afterward made a
and write. ln J jn Kni..;;.n,i. In 1ST 1 he was appointed secretary
successful , . 1 , . , Dominiro; In 187*2 presidential elector; In 1877,
^SLuX1''the' mBtrict of Columbia; recorL of Deed, for that Dis-
trict Minster to Haiti in lfeOO.
T!ie Circlet is moie th n a Bra>sifre. It's (
Self-Adjusting, and simply ttlipa over
tbe head, clasp3 at the waist anil uidu -
arm, aiA smooth) out ugly lines.
If your dealer can't zctit, Bend art■
br.st measure, n«m«, udtirvt* and
$1.00. We'll sand the Circlet pre-
paid. Sizes 34 to 43.
Nemo Hyuieriic-Faolt'oii Institute
120 East 16tUSt.. Now York, Dep't M.
,.i> 11 of the L'nitcii iaiates
. . : hack has been consi-
it-- i. n of t savings banks.
* 1 thing of course to be
: iv igion. It pans out
!1 in a od many partieu-
nto many minds in the last
<■ an 1 ke ab? lute news
i thinnt it v. ill n ■ . save
'.' umulated capital comes
1 -t that it not enough.
tl.erc i.; something els ■ to
minds 1 f men a fire will
!..ter break out in them a at.
\t i! „ce all .savings to ashes, i i■ at
ild story. The lesson of it is
he most important inheri'atwe
nidieii ttet from their pan .1
itual and mental. Dollai
t 11 ke them <afe in t • id, but
With chatai ter, dol-
1 1 " w 1 bout
" > 1 one's son to
be better provision
toni'li him to save.—
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\(>ru K TO CREDITORS
Puolis. ed m the Peoples Kleva-
ani. ■ ■■, ' .'~2.)
1. state of r. E.
.. . late of the County of
j ,, an .Male O! ahomu, deceased.
\ 11 persona having claims against
said T. H. McElroy, decea i d, are re-
quired to 1 resent the same, with the
necessary vouchers to the undersigns,
duly appointed and qualified
ist rat fi x, of said deceased, at Guth-
rie Oklahoma Route 0, l!ox 80, County
of Logan an State of Oklahoma, with-
in four month? of the date hereof, or
the same v. ill be forever barred
Date the 17th day of June 1922,
ESLEY A. McELOY,
ED. ROBF.RTSON j
till V Vli
for Ivm tb■'n t
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Brown, Walton. The Peoples Elevator (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 31, 1922, newspaper, August 31, 1922; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc94725/m1/3/: accessed January 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.