The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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L. A. Anderson, Editor.
SUPPLY SCHOOL NOTES
The Primary folks are very
proud of their new tables which
have taken place of the formal
desks. Many thanks to the Man-
uel training boys who made the
tables. Come and visit us.
Lillie and Clarice Smith left
Wednesday to spfnd Thanks*
giving with their grandparents
Mr. Malloy, fifth and sixth
grade teacher, spent Thanks*
giving with his mother at Laverne
The Junior and Senior classes
feel proud at this writing as
neither class had to take the six
The Vocational Agriculture boys
are commencing the study of
Dairy cows. *
County Agent Porter, of Har-
per County, was down from Buf-
falo last Wednesday to obtain
the charts the Department of Vo*
cUional Agriculture used at the
local fair in September. Mr Por-
ter used these in the Poultry
Show at Laverne. They were
also used at the county fair at
The next Lyceum number will
be Judge Mills. December 80th,
who gives a review of the char-
acter Jean VAl Jean in Victor
Hugo’s novel “Les Miserablss”.
This number will not be a lecture
but it will be the most thrilling
event in the Lyceum course’
Mr. Malloy has charge of as-
sembly Friday morning. Miss
Nash who leads the singing at
the Methodist revival will sing
Visitors are welcome at assem-
bly or in the class room.
The Junior English class re-
cently studied Shakespeare's'‘As
You Like It”. They are now
reading Lamb’s Essays and Irv-
ing’s Sketch Bork.
The Sophomore English Class
is now scanning poetry.
Sam Murray’, Hulen Toliver,
Donald Perry a od Sam Perry at-
tended the Woodward—Carmen
foot I tall game Thursday after-
Christene a fid Twila Cunning-
ham spent T’aankegiving at La-
Many of the boys spent their
vacation hunting quail, ducks
and rabVus Glenn Ruth was
the luck abut with eight ducks to
The second year Home Eco-
nom .c gills have started their
fan’ :y work projects this week.
' The Horae Economic girls have
atarted work on a play “Soph
riaa’s Wedding” thia week.
The Supply Basket Ball boys
defeated the Sharon boys atShar
on Wednesday night, the score
being 23 to 28 Friday night
they walked over the Laverne
town team at Laverne with a
score of 38 to 18.
Notice the Basket Ball sched-
ule elsewhere in this paper and
be sure to come out and boost
for the borne team.
Those who had a perfect atten-
dance this month in the Primary
O. D. Uartrell
Kay mood Goodwin
Arthur B. Meaaall
Those neither tardy nor abeer t
in the third and fourth grades:
Mary Lou Bag by
Dorothy Bed fern
Those neither absent nor tardy
in seventh and 8th grade room
this month were:
Kor kidney and bladder troubles,
gravel, weak aud lam* back, rheuma-
tism and Irregularltle* of the kidney*
andWadder. At rour druggist 11 or
by mall, Si 26 Small hr>P«e often
cures. Send for sworn testimonials
|)r. E. W. Hall, ->VW Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo Adl,t
Stop That Itching
Tljere is a lot of akin trouble
mong school children this fall.
Ve will sell you a jar of Blue
Itar on a guarantee for Itch,
£czema,\ Tetter or Cracked
lands. Ringworn, Old Sores and
lores on School Children. Will
tot stain clothing and has a
ileasant odor. Davis Drug Co.
Phe careful business man
Iways chooses the BEST.
)ate me at Republican Office.
J. W. Abercrombie
Phone No 19
The Agriculture boyB are cull-
ing hens again now. In about
two to three weeks now the
breeding pens should be mated
up for spring setting eggs. The
hens that are laying now are the
ones to mark for breeding pens.
Those that are loafing now will
be laying in the Bpring when the
farmer is getting his setting eggs
and naturally they will be used
for setting purDoses Then next
fall the pulletb will not lay until
the price of eggs have fallen
just as it will this winter when
the spring pullets over the coun
try begin to lay.
The J. D. Edminston family
moved Friday from the G. P
Creal property to the Dement
house just east of the residence
of A. H. Dement. The editor
moved into the Creal property
If you wish to trade your prop
erty list it at The Republican of-
IF SICK TODAY!
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I discovered a vegetable compound
that does the work of dangerous,
sickening calomel and 1 want every
reader of this paper to Inty a bottle
for a few cents _und if it doesn’t
straighten you up'bettcr ami quicker
than salivating calomel just go back
to the store and get your money haek.
1 guarantee that one spoonful of
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sluggish liver to work am) clean your
thirty feet of bowels uf the sour bile
aud constipation poison which is
cloggiug your system and making you
I guarantee that one spoonful of this
harmless liquid liver medicine will
relieve the headache, biliousness, coated
tongue, ague, malaria, sour stomach
or any other distress caused by a
torpid liver as quickly as a dose of
vile, nauseating calomel, besides it will
not make you sick or keep you from
a day’s work.
Calomel is poison—it's mercury—it
attacks the bones often causing rheuma-
tism. Calomel is dangerous. It
••irkens while my Dodson’s Liver Tone
is safe, pleasant and harmless. Eat
anything ufterw'ards, because it can
not salivate. Give it to the children
because it doesn't upset the stomach
or shis-k the liver. Take a spoonful
tonight and wake urn feeling line and
ready for a full day’s work.
Buy Your Winter
Snow will soon be flying and you
will need feed. Buy now and have
it on hand. Prices are going up; you
save money if you buy today.
HIVE YOU ENOUGH COIL TO LIST THIS WINTER?
"At Your Service the Year Round”
A. B. MESSALL, Maiugoi
You know what calomel is. It’* mer-
cury; quicksilver. Calomel is dangerous,
It crashes into sour bile like dynamite,
cramping and sickening you. Calomel
attacks the hones and should never b*
put into your system.
If you feel bilious, headachy, oonsti-
pated aud all knocked out, juat go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod-
ion’s Liver Tone for a few cento which
ia a harmless vegetable substitute for
dangerous calomel. Take • spoonful and
if it doesn’t start your liver and
straighten you up better and quicker
than nasty calomel and without making
you sick, you just go back and get your
Don't take calomel! It mokeo you
sick the next day; it loees you U day's
work. Dodson’s Liver Tone straightens
you right up and you leal grant No
salts necessary. Give it to tne children
because it is perfectly harmlass and can
We have heart! of people who were
so unprincipled that they would do any-
thing for money It is not exactly true.
Most of them might do anything for
money—except wo*k tor it. They wouldn't
The man who is willing to work for his
money is usually a reliable citizen and if in
addition he SAVES vhis money he bec< ni"»
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Anderson, L. A. The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1922, newspaper, December 7, 1922; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951975/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.