The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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it Contents ISFluid Drachrq
Everywhere You Rear It ~
the Finest Cords
TTTTARDLY a day goes by but some one
['ll goea out of his way to tell us that Fire-
stone Gufn-Dipped Cords are the best
Cords—as only Firestone builds them—will
give you many extra thousands of miles of wear.
And for fall and winter driving there’s nothing
like them. The strong, resilient Firestone car-
cass of gum-dipped cords, can stand the hardest
With the reputation Firestone Cords hold, it
is not surprising that so many motorists in this
community have made them standard equip-
ment. The demand for Firestone Cords in the
last few months has broken all records.
Prices were never so low as they are now.
Perhaps never again can mileage be sold so
Decide now that you will get Most Miles per
Dollar. Drop in any time and let’s talk tires.
TIE SlfPLY REPUBLIC*!
■aUMUbwl la February I**; Fa
nay. I bored*r wnbfi; *n ia*ttae
•Maid b* wat » •• to rearb
late than Tnwl.j *roalas
tt*a M.M la Advaacr
L. A. Anderson. Editor.
•• mm-imkI rlaa« mall io ih»
PoitoAu •( Supply. Okla.
feet by two feet by two feet, with the best chickens in this part of
op< n work on one or more side*, the state w ill be here. Get be-
Rule 7. Each coop muBl be equip hind the boys and girls and put
ped with door or slide so that the this over big as chickens are one
birds can be easily removed. of the money crops of this section
Rule 8 An egg exhibit nrjust the 9tale.
consist of one d« z<*u eggs, either
white or brown shell.
Rule 9. E^gs must be exhibit*
ed in containers large enough so
The regular County Teachers,
__...__________________ Examination will be held at
that the egga w ill not he piled up Woodward on October 2b, 27 anil
DAIRY COW BIG FACTOR
IN PROSPERITY OF OKLAHOMA
A recent map of Oklahoma in*
dicating by marks of various
■hapes the location of cream
stations, ice cream factories,
creameries, pasteurising plants,
and combination plants shows
the dairy cow now as a big fac-
tor in the prosperity of the
state. Formerly, on account of
the cattle tick, such a develop-
ment of dairying was impossible
but the anti tick activities of the
aiate and the United States De*
partment of Agriculture for the
past six or seven years have re
suited in the eradication of the
pest from 43.265 iquare miles,
or about 90 percent of the in
As a result of these strides in
eradication the figures <*n dairy
production show large totals, and
in 1921 milk and butter were im
portant products. During that
year 9,939,896 pounds of buttei
fat in the form of sour cream
was produced, selling for a liUl*
more tdan $4,900,000, and 9 5-9,*
722 pounds of butter valued at
93.240.000 More than 10,000.
000 pounds of sweet milk was
bought for making ice cream
Pasteuriiing plants reported
handling 62,261.983 pounds of
milk. The figures are from re-
port! received from 26 cream-
eries. 44 ice cream plants, and 30
combination plants operating in
Oklahoma or just outside its
borders and buying from Okla
Before the cattle tick was at-
tacked in earnest dairying in the
state was of very little import-
on one another. 28, 1922
Any child of school nge and L
living in the district may enter
No premium is offered except The Hume Economic girls will
on chickens and eggs serve the following <>n next
Ei.bt dollars him liei’n so, ..Ids ; to lm-Z
........... " “ "" Sabid Hot Doit Sandwiches,
chickens sad twodollsrsonew ,.......J
The school children are already j _____
preparing their chickens for the u„rn to Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
event and it is said that some of Dean Monday morningadaughter
similnt in-i the Food byR^ttU
The following rules for the
poultry show to he held in con
nection with the regular Trades
Day in Suppljf in November have
Rule 1. An exhibit shall con-
sist of trio of one cockrel and two
Rule 2. Each exhibit shall be
of standard bred birds.
Rule 3. Each exhibitor must
have aome part in the care and
raising of the poultry exhibited.
Rule 4 The exhibitor must own
the birds exhibited.
Rule 5. The birds must be of
this year’s hatch.
Rule 6 The coop in which
trio is exhibited should he two
Calomel is a
Next Dote mty Salivate You,
Looten Teeth or Start
Calomel i* mereury; auicktilver It
rrxnlit'd into tour bile like <iya»ii>ii<\
I'miniinj; and xieki-n ng you. Caloni, I
KttacKi the bones sad »l»>uld never In-
put into vour *yetem.
If you fpfl bilioua, hesdschy, const,
pated and all knocki-d out, iuet go to
your druggist and got S bottle of Do 1
son’s Liver Tone for a few cent* which
i* a harmless vegetable eubetitute for
dan;-erous calomel. Take a apooaful and
U it doesn’t start vour liver and
•tra,phten you up better and quicker
then nasty ealoniel and without making
you *ivk, you just go back and get your
Don't take calomel! Tt makea you
akek the next day: it loaea you a day’s
work. Dodson’s 1 river 'lone straightens
you right up and you feel great No
aalts necessary. Give it to tne children
because it is perfectly harraleas and can
For Infants nnd Chfldrco.
Mothers Know That
FOB TMt BELier or
Mn in the Stomach and
Bowels.Intestinal Cramp J
- SOLD E-VERW/HERe: - ~ I
Swindall & Wybrant
DrH. b\ S tec her
Physician & Surgeon
I’LL BUY YOUR
AND PAY THE HIGH-
EST MARKET PRICE
YOUR EYES «» M»»B!
CON-EYE OPTICAL CU.
Regular Visits to Supply
At The Central Hotel
Every Four Weeks
Laughter frees your mind of
worry Lqughter also l- an
aid to digest Ion The man
who smiles is the man who
laughs and when he laughs
he Is happy. Kiddies are
made happy by The COMIC
MONTHLY Grown-ups en-
joy It too. COM 1C MONTH-
LY contains the tie-il news-
paper comics in America.
We will eend you n brand
new funny book every month
lor one year for $ 1.
EMBEE DISTRIBUTING CO.
New Yoik City, New York
Clean Comfortable Rooms
By Day ot Week
YMU SIDE Hroedway
Smith's Rnomirg llottae
fl Hard Worker
Biaal Copy of Wrapper.
THE CCRTAUR cfclAPAWY. NEW YORK CITY
LICENCED EMBALM EH
You may be a hard worker. Possibly
you are the most industrious person in
the community. If so, we congratulate
Hut there is one thing that is a hard-
er worker than you are, and that is
MONEY. While working for money,
always save something from your wages,
so that in time you have money working
for yt u. Money at interest works day
and night, Holidays and Sundays, You
can’t equal that for industry. No other
servant you might employ these days
would do half so well. Your money will
be secure at our bank.
On account of financial con-
ditions we will not be in a
position to sell coal and feed
ARTHUR /ACKSON, President
The careful business man
always chooses the BEST.
Date me at Republican (illie*-
J. W. Abercrombie
Phone No 19
Buffalo. Okla. Q
BanK ol Supply
Stop That Itching
There ia a lot of Rkin trouble
among school children thia fall
We will sell you a jar of Blue
Star on a guarantee for Itch,
Eczema, Tetter or Cracked
Hands, Ringworn, Old Sorea and
Sores on School Children. Will
not stain clothing and has a
pleasant odor. Davis Drug Co.
The real reason that you are
not well is that you are suffering
from nerve pressure. See a
and have it relieved at once.
Dr. C. E. Dreath
Rooms Five and Six, Wolf Bldg.
W. L. HURST
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Anderson, L. A. The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1922, newspaper, October 19, 1922; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951780/m1/4/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.