Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 11, 1919 Page: 6 of 10
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By L. D. Mur■!!■« ft Bom
■Hind at th« Pryor. Oklahoma,
Poatofflc* u Moond-clans matter.
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 11, Hit.
Diaplay. per alBfle column inch.JOc
Local*, per Use,....................... 6c
Local* la black face type, liae.....10c
Legal Notice*...................Legal Rate*
Obituary Poetry, per Mae.............10c
Cant* of Thank*, per line,.......... 5c
Church Entertainment*, where
an admission la charged, line,.. 5c
One Year, In Advance
SOMETHING TO DO.
Our old friend congress la back on
the job ugain.
Assuming that our distinguished
servants are there to execute the will
<>t their masters, the people, we have
the unblushing temerity to suggest
that they have a-plenty to do.
Among the more important mat-
ters that demand their attention are:
A contusion of the peace treaty
Settlement of the league o( nations
mess in a manner which will be at
least in a measure satisfactory to the
Final and effectual eradication of
that old cankering sore in the Amer-
ican side— Mexico.
Adjustment of the strike nuisance
in such a manner that the consum-
ing public will no longer be the goat
Tor both capital and organize! labor.
Suppression of the wild and aasi-
nine era of proliteerlng, with nothing
less than prison sentences fnr the
Deportation of all Iteds and Im-
prisonment of all others who are not
loyal lo .Interim and American insti-
Mare action and less side-stepping
Congress may he in the mood to
temporize, hut the public Is not. It
means business und It expects re-
The county fair this rear cost
the city of Pryor the neat little sum
of tl.500.dv, all of which was paid
by n certain faithful few of the hus-
ineea and professional men. All tho
more reason why the city should pos-
seee * park which could be used by
the Fair Association In the fall. *’ us
saving the burdensome bill which
muet be paid by the few. The poo-
ple get the. beneflt. the people, there-
fore should help pay. The bond Is-
sue necessary to build a city park
would not be a heavy burden or. any-
one. When the bond election 's call-
ed. as it will be eventually, the clll-
zcnihlp o f Pryor will have an oppor-
tunity to decide whether the city is
lo remain in the rut or go forward.
The Republican It of the opinion ihr.t
they will vote for progress
MAYES COUNTY REPUBLICAN
A Kansas exchange enumerates
I lie things a woman does before an-
swering the door-bell, us follows:
Throw* two pairs of Willie’s shoes
into the closet under the stairs, kicks
sister’* apron under the front room
couch, takes a swipe at the duat on
the center table, emptiea the ash tray
straightens the lace curtains, throws
off her kitchen apion, sticks fourteen
hairpins In place, takes a dab at her
nose with a powder puff, straightens
three rugs, and then in a casual way
opens the door and says, "Why, pood
of »u order of the County Court of
the County of Cheiokee. State of Ok-
lahoma. made on the 2tMh day No-
vember, 1919, the uodersigued guar-
dian of the estate of Jasper W. Kate,
a minor,will sell m private sale to the
highest bidder, subject to ronflrtna-
tlon by said Court tin or after the
15th day of December, A. D.. 1919
at 10 o’clock A. M„ at Tahieiiuah!
Oklahoma, all the right, title und In-
terna of said Jasper W. Kale a min-
oi, in und lo the following described
real estate situate in Mayes County,
Stuti of Okluhomit, to-sit:
K's, of NWfc of N\V Vj of Sec-
tion 24. Twp 23 N\. Range 2«
Said real estate will be sold on the
following terms and condition to-wlt:
Cash upon confirmation of sale bv the
Bids for the purrliuse thereof must
he in writing and must be (lied in tbe
County Court or delivered to the un-
dersigned at Hulbert, Oklahoma, or
to his attorney, C. F Bliss, Tahle-
Dated the 2Uth day of November.
1913 KELLY K. KINO.
Jack Frost began his artistic work
this week on the sindows of Pryor,
and in several instances, the puins-
laking efforts of the window decora-
tors in the Pryor stores were over-
shadowed by the superior workman-
ship of tbe frosty artist. Some of
Mr. 1*rost s tracings on the windows ,,,, ifonsmioon oi, ann to
Tuesday morning, were beyond com-.quiet title to the following described
parlson as to beauty. real estate, situated in Mayes County ,
The Chelsea Herald is peeved at I ol
the citizenship of that town because' vir!L,I,Vu*v Township
-- - *■— •-- ■ - ■ Nineteen 119)North,Range Eigh-
teen tiki. East, in .Maxes Coun-
First published Nov. 2o-4l
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF .
MAYES COUNTY. OKLAHOMA.
Aggie Washington. Plaintiff.
. , N° i»m.
J. (.. Donegy, et si, Defendants.
Notice Hy Publication.
Slate of Oklahoma Creetlng:
The Defendants, Goode (Uoodi
Lund Company, J. C. Donegy and
Hector Robbins tor llec Itobin) will
lake notice that they have been sued
in the above named court upon a pe-
tition filed by the plaintiff in eject-
ment for the possession of. und to
I Baptist Church Votes.
The Rapt Ids of Pryor aigr.od on
toe Baptist Seventy-live Million Cam-
paign, nearly six thousand dollars.
The pastor** salary has been Increas-
eo. end everybody seems happy.
The church has purchased new song
hooka, and we are all delighted with
The 11. Y. p. U. had an excellent
service Sunday night, then we ad-
journed and went to hear the new
pastor at the Molandist chore)).
exaud. r prerrhes he Old Gospel, and
we enjoyed it very much.
Rev. J. N, Edwards, Pastor.
Buy Christmas Seals ami help in
the fight lignins! Tuberculosis.
Ml* Holstein tattle und Rig
Sate, lie sure to attend same at the
Oklahoma Slate Home yam,. Sat-
urday. December git. I IMA
L. O. Bradford lormerly cashiei of
the American State Bank, in this ci-
ty, und now connected with the hank
at Bluejacket, was a business vlsltm
in Pryor this week
Skntng season is almost at hand.
The tw# "lake!” near the City Tran-
sfer Office make capital skating pla-
ces, und were quite popular with the
youngsters Tuesday and Wednesdav
We buy Country Spa reribs and'
MayesCounty Meat Market. !
J. N. JONES—DENTIST.
Office. MS. Residence. 1
OR. J. L. M ITCHKLL
Physician A Surgeon
Physician to Oklahoma State Home
for Dependent Children. Phones:
Res., No. 1. Office, No. go.
Hospital, No. 2It.—Pryor,
We buy Freeh Rabits.
Mayes County Meat Market.
fVADBLL ROGER*. M. D.
Specialty—Woman and Children.
Office Over Steeds Store.
Telephone 14 V.
Pryor. • Oklahoma.
We buy Country Spnrerlb* and
MayesCounty Meat Market.
J. H. QUINN
Doctor of Dental Hnrgery
Rooms 11 and 12, Mayes Merc. Bldg
Phones: Office, 216; Re*.. M.
Pryor, Ok la.
no action has been taken on a pav-
ing proposition. According to the
muniments of title covering the above
d ....At IWaA I* & _a ala _ m ■ k
ROARING AND FORGETTING.
If the truth must be told, we Ameri-
cans are a queer buiieh.
The consumer Is staggering under
a wild and profligati era of profiteer-
ing and spending, und yet is doing
not u thing to check it.
He roars at the price of an article,
und rushes right in and buys it.
whether he needs It or not. The
greater the cost, the more determin-
ed he is to have it.
Our uir price committees, hafcied
wuii governmental dignity, talk
loudly and bluff mightily and lay
down on their jobs.
Our public prosecutors emit dire
First published Dec. U-2t
of the Condition of
THE FIRST STATE RANK
of Pensacola, Oklahoma
November 17, 1919.
Loans and discounts.......f4«,54 4
Overdrafts secured und
Stocks, Bonds. Warrants.
Furniture and Fixtures.
Due from Banks..................
Checks and other Cash items til.77 1
Cash in Bsnk............. 1,733.71
described land. All or said parties
are named defendants in said suit.
Tbe plaintiff claims to be the legal
and equitable owner of, und entitled
to the Immediate possession of tho
above described property by virtue of
being the only heir at law of Will
liohiaa lor Robbins), now deceased,
to w bom said land was alloted by vir-
442.32|,!,e of hiR h,-ing a fBIten of the Creek
1,2*2.05 I Plaintiff fiiuher claims dam-
1,793.21 1,1 thr *’*•«* “f ll.H00.no for tbe
1,231.29 |u|,l»|V7ul withholding from her pns-
I*.255.99 i "•’“ion ol said land.
Defendants are notified that they
must answer the petition filed by the
_J_j plaintiff on or before the 2nd day of
Total...........................*71,325.07 , January. 1920, or the allegations of
LIABILITIES *aid Petition will be taken as true
Capital Stock Paid in..... llO.onn.Ot) and judgment will be taken for pos-
Surplu* Fund................... 2.loti.tie 1 session °f said land and for quieting
Undivided Profits, less Ex- i" Plainliff and having all the
penses and Taxes paid 1 >85.53 ’ elalmn. deeds and other muniments
Individual Deposits Subject 01 *"te wery kind and character
Our public piosecutors emit dire j to Check...................... 50,258.04 i wt,«teby defendants claim any inter-
threats of punishments to come—and I Time certificates or deposit 3,817.8*1 *•* in lia,d ,HDd cancelled and nd-
they are still to come. Cashier’s Checks Outstand- judged to be inferior to the rights of
We gnash our teeth in our rage,; ing............ .................. ‘ 3,2*3.64 pll,intllT “nd ,ha* »R of said defend-
let off a few pounds of surplus steam I ----an,s ***rred from asserting any
in public, and (hen go home and for- Total ..................*71,325.07 "•'''I' 01 Interest iu aid land as
get all about It. 'stale of Oklahoma,ANiuntv of Mayes,I***11** **1'* Plaintiff anil mr further
ss. r • ,,nu ‘tetters! relief to which plain,Ni
I. Win. Jones CooV.» Cashier of the,'- il*'1*1*'**1, .
above named Bank do stdeionly swear *, ™ """
that th# above statement is true to1 ' 11'*
the her: of my knowledge and belief JENNIE
so help me God.
\!(|l. JONES COOK. Cashier.
Subset ibed and sworn to before me
this 29th tlgy of November, 1919. ,
C. N. Kay, Notary Public [First published Dee In
NO BLACKSMCTH JOB
At This Shop. BUT
IF YOU ARK LOOKING FOIt THE
PLACE TO GET A NICE, SMOOTH
JOB OF SHOP: REPAIRING. OH
HARNKNK REPAIRING. THIS IS
THE PLACE YOU'HK • LOOKING
FOR—XO DOUBT ABOUT IT__WE
HAVK OXH op TMK ItVvST KOI I IT.
ED SHOPS IX THIS SHCTIOX OF
THE COUNTRY, AXII IN K WORK
GI1ES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION
IOOK UP THAT 01,11 PAIR OF
SHOES AND BRING THEM IN TO
US. IIEATS PAYING W TO *lii
FOR A NEW PAIR. WHEN. IT
COMES TO REPAIRING OLD SHOES
HITH WITH FEET. TRY I s AND
.YOU'LL COME AGAIN. AND KEEP
(TIMING. WHERE? WHY AT
R. A. WILKEIMON,
Office over Citizens Bank,
A. E. WILLIAMS
I Write me for Terms and Date*.
Price* Reasonable, and Satis-
Route 8 •• Pryor, Oklahoma
J. H. Johnson’s
Door West Terry Hotel.
Side Main Street.
TT. Langley. Harvc Langlev
LANGLEY A LANGLEY •
Will Practice in All Courts. office
Up Stairs, in Graham Block
' Ha:ry Seaton
G R A V E S ft ..EATON
Pryor. . . . okln.
Running on 3 Wheels
w. J. WHIT AVER
Physician ft Surgeon
Office Over Owl Drug Store- Phone
194. Residence Phone 5.
J. L. ADAMS, M...D,
Physician ft Surgeon
0flier In Hnrriaon Bui 111ns—Phone
06. Realdenee Phan* 111.
DR. CABL PU’KITT
Mtlsen’s Bank Balldteg
Phones: Office, tTOjResidence. 104
It is cruder lo pull a loaded wagon
tliat has only three wheels Ilian It Is
to run a business without sufficient
Income to meet e\|>enses. Each may
struggle along for a lime but neither
van travel fast or far. ami I hi- strain
Is sure lo hr* great.
A business that larks the revenue
to |Miy for (lie best material ami
workers ennniit give the best service.
When the servlee suffers all users of
good employes. It cannot give you
gissl service. The fnture- of the
(he servlee also suffer.
That is the problem now faring
yimr DRAYMAN In PltYOK. Unlem
Ihe • Itl/ens of the town make It pns.
slide to |iay wages that will hold
RKAY SERI’ICE rests on tin- protec-
tion trf lire |M-ttplt- for that service.
If you have any kintl of liniillng or
................ Call No atttf or IWI.
The City Transfer
II. A. HKOONKR ft HON. Proprietors.
In 1920 will come a presidential election or tinuaual interest
anti Importance: the trial of the kaiser; new developments In the
fight between capital und labor; great new reconstruction problems
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get «; 11 about it.
And tbe profiteer keeps right on
paring us down to the bone, know-
ing that we will howl mightily, hut
that it will never go beyond a few
gusts of harmless wind.
When it gets to the point that the
profiteer has lett us nothing but Hie
bone, we should lie consistent in our
idiocy, let out a few more snarls of
rage, and then meekly hand over the
ds’ of November.
' Seal I
CarntbciM a Cartel,
V Hornet fnr Claim iff
Sharp uppercut from the Qrov-
tun: "We have sonic good repuh
loan friends, and we like them, but
v> nen we bear them talking about
voting for the man regardles- of his
politics, we just can’t take then, ser-
iously. Election returns do not go
to show that they do these things.
Gra: ted. Brother. But it mu: t be
adru tted that the same "talk” of vot-
ing or tbe man regardless of poli-
tics is indulged In by both parties,
mor especially by the parly not la
povv r. It will soon be time for our
wor.hy democratic friends to resort
S. E. Adair
J. E. Jonif.
I'll E b Rill. WORDS)
For Many a l*r>or Household.
'to have the pains und aches ol
Si ,v = j =-=.........
a. >ki i , "r I ilcbard, deceased, has
UetithHi For Hearing Huai Accowm:
I'd ii ion For Dtslrlbiili) u and
In tin i’minty Coin! ... y,, ,
i oimly, tiklulioii.ii. >„ t.,L'i
In tin- Matter o ih. Li.iale oi S id
it I’rlrhuul, d.\\ , • j
i rocked, Adiuiulstratoi
Nolle, is hereby given lb. t Will
of the es
T. <5 Idahell editor advances the
Ihei ,v that the country newspapers
might solve the news print problem|1,1 -v !•*•“ t»een I:
hy suspending publication for t ier I,nr<> ,h!" Bjea,,v
al months While we are on On
subject of "sacrifice" why not sug-
gest that Hie dally paper* rut down a
little more on their editions. For a
good many country newspapers this
month there will lie no other choice
hut suspension. An editor in u
neighboring town has suld that it the
country papers w, re to suspend for a
few months they might be able to
earn a decent living.
nary disoidecB. is enough l.>
any kidney sufferer grateful. The
following advice from out- who has
suffered will prove helpful to hun-
dreds of 1‘ryoi read' rs. I
Mrs. T. V\ . ClivP*r, 1‘ryor, says: .
"I think a great deal of Doan'* Kid-j ^ fV‘ “ ^termination *
ney Hits : nd ulwa:s keep th. m m ?! vf s*‘,l1 dT‘awd- »*"* h'**
my borne Whenever there i any '"V’f been fixed by the
need Of a kidney medicine, we iim--i ’ 'hv , r, **'"r*J r - ,h^
them. I have taken Doan’s vvh.-n "SliVi *19’ »“
e .!« clock A. M . in the County Ci urt
Room at Pryor Cie. - Okl-hmua
'bled in this court his final aero ml
|a> administrator of said estate; :.|to
bis petition praying for distribution
of tbe residue of tbe .-stall or -aid
deceasesl, among the person) entitled
‘ We bale to do this, move than we
ran lay," annou .res the editor of the
Wa oner Record, as he reluctautly
boo ts the subsetiplion price of th.
Record from *1.00 to *1.50. With
prices for everything almost dou-
bled, (bis is no time io apologise fnr
a tv.ise wlncli show' I have been
luaht* two years ago.
and all per-.in ml. n- i,,| in
i le ir<- notill.vl ib. a i:., -. i<,
pi It till.! ) t...\i ...li;., if |v.
Iiayi. wily llic said cum lit should
not be approved, the i.-sidue of the
estate distributed und ilie heirship of
lilt- real estate therein described de-
pt: cd f. , in aaiil p.-tl
li is amusing to note the manner
In which some of the "young demo-
crats" of Muskogee are lambasting
Senator Gore. It will be more amus-
ing to note tbe manner in which they
will Hy to his defense when tbe re-
publicans commence lambasting him.
A Vlnita merchant got “sore" at
Hie Journal the other day because
the ad ooiupoaltor had him selling
"cool sox” when Ihe ad ahopid have
■cad "wool eox." There are some
typographical error* that are pardon-
able, but this la very serioua.
In this time of scarcity of news'
print, the Bald Events conserve* pa
per by issuing a forty-page apodal
edition. And tbe Orove Sun mas
Ob* whole seven-column page blank.
buck has been 1. n-< pud when I
r-;i• in'; *.n he
fl'iiiu'K I’idr.i y 1*111), liai. . Ivvvys re-
lieved ll f* I Olilplelell of IG.it l.ouilic
and have k.,.. i.iy ..id-'. :a '..d
l’ricv tide, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidn. y remedy - get
Doan's Kidney Dills the same Ihnt
Mia. Cleppei bad. FiMter-Milhurtl1......
Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo. N. Y. | 1)w<,mb-r j_ ,9,9
T L. MARTENEY.
F'irsl pul,imh.-.i Nov. 3 .'-31 (Peal) County Judge
NiMlee of Kale oi Ileal K-tete. '"ravee A Seaton,
Notice is hrieby given that In pur-1 Attorneys for Administrator.
suance of an order ol the County I--_________
Court of Craig County, Oklahoma,!
:na.lc on .the 20th day of November, First published Dec. 4-31
1919. in the matter of the Guardian-j*. WMbatiun Notice,
ship of Wesley Ham, a minor, the ^tete ol Oklahoma, County of Maves.
underefpned a« guardian of said mln-J ’,h ,n ,h<’ District Court,
or, will sell ul pm ale sale lor cash, I Aau.e Lee Cole, nee Cloud, by Joshua
to the highest bidder, subject to con-1 Cloud. Guardian und next friend
firmntion by said County Court, on or 1’lalntlff.
after Friday, Ihe 13th day of Decern
her, 1919, at Nine o’clock A. M., at
the office of the County Judge of said
Craig County, at Vinlta, the follow-
ing described real estate of said min-
or lying in Mnyes County . Oklahoma,
Tbe NH of SWW off SW % of
of Section 26 in Township 23
North and Range 18 East, con-
taining twenty acres.
Bids must be in writing accompan-
ied by certifled check for at least ten
per cent of the amount bid and may
be left at the office of said County
Judge oi at the law office of I'aul F.
Malkey, at Vinlta, Oklfchoma.
THOMAS HAM. Guardian
Paul F. Mackey, Attorney for Guard
lan, Vlnita, Oklahoma.
»»• No. 1999
Silas Cole, D. f.-tidant.
The defend, nt, Kiln Cole will lake
notice that I.has h. >-u -.tied in (lie
above named .ourt for a).solute di
lore.- upon Hie grounds of «-ruelty
and gross nt l.'.t of duty and that
he muat answer (lie petition tiled
therein on or before the 14th day of
January, 1920, or the said petition
will he taken as true and Judgment
for the said plaintiff t< toiered for an
absolute divorce from the dcrt-nouni
herein. ANNIE LEE COLB.
(Seal) Jennie B . oais. Court Clerk
Graves ft, Seaton.
Attorneys for PI: intiff
First published Nov. 27-3t.
Notice of Nolo of Real Ketate.
In tbe matter of the estate of Jas-
per W. Kate, n minor.
NeUee I* hereby gives la pursuance
Keturtlay «v..December *,
Mias Julia Holt and Mr. Everett
Melton, prominent young people of
the Loaf neighborhood, were married
at the home of O. M. Clum. In this
city. Judge J. C. t handler officiated
at the wedding.
Big Christmas Sale Ladies’Coats, Suits
and Blouses—Now at 20 % Discount
Ladies’ Suits Ladies’ Goth Coats Ladies’ Dresses Children’s Coats
Dirtlnetively chaiming suits of
Milvertnnc. Burgundy, Velour Trl-
eoline. Merge und Broadcloth, lai-
loreu und trimmed in the lulesl
uppioved styles in ail excellent
range of sizes, priced at Fill tin to
•M PER CENT DRM'OUNT
Our most beautiful models in PER CENT DISCOUNT
ladies' Coatr. Now
no i*f:h cent dim hi nt
V wonderful assortment o r a large collection of 'tailored
these routs to s.-h-. t from, styles Merges, Tricotinea. Velvet ,. fordu
:*IMl fHitf ♦*rn‘: fo pvcrj fa^tc
and purse. All exceptional val
lies ut original prices of ;:l2.3n to
an PER CENT DISCOUNT
Three attructi"e models in Vci-
nt, priced at *20.Off, *22.60 and
Behring Meals and Plushes,
priced al *y.50 to »4:,.im. N„v
»• PER CENT RIKCDI XT
If It’s Mn«ie—Hi. a Pallie
-Hind we have it. As
soon as a hit Is n hit—
It's ihi n 1’athe Record.
All Trimmed Hals
Now Half Price
Toys and Milks, ii...,I, up mil.
styles whirl) are abort- de-eripleiii
These garments are ot (he highest
class frocks which would grace
any occasion, handsomely made
and attractively trimmed. Priced
ut from *15.ou lo *18.00. Nui, -
BO PER (‘ENT DISCOUNT
Ages 8 lo 14. Attractively tai-
lored of cloth, velvet anti pl'iab.
trimmed in the most charming
styles. Priced al Irolu *7.50 lo
*19.011. Now >
at* PER CENT RIM'Ob NT
Ages 3 to « years. Of Plush
it ml extra sp-cial values. Priced
.it Hum 44.uu to JlH.uo. Now- -
at* PER CENT RIM OUNT
•J« PER CENT DISCOUNT
Oeo'-gctte and Crepe de Chine
Wulsts, EMi.PlIy enibroideretl In
; yarns and si'!;: of many beautiful
i cot nr. Vtaey tie v styles may lie
icon be:o, Including the Rtir.rlan
Bioues, ovei-blouce, poplum
etyica and olheis
PU.ICKD Af * HI.(Ml TO «:HMNI
PRYoR'S .greatest store
NOW Is the time In act.
It >«iii are going to get
a RATHE PHONAGHAPH
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