Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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Is Replete with the Latest and Most Up-to-date Line
of Furniture and Rugs ever Shown in this city, at
prices well within the reach of your purse. We are
prepared to furnish your home from Kitchen to Gar-
ret.* Call and inspect this splendid stock.
S we lest
The New Fall Rugs are Ready
for Your Inspection
kevor to oar history have we
a wider range of Dima
•ad colon la dnlnble Floor Cover*
lags than right bow. The aew fall
patterns are wonderful!)' rich and
beautiful In such colors aa Rosa, Blue
(told and Taupe In dandy Floral do*
signs as well as Oriental Pattorns.
Choose your rug now.
Also a Splendid Line of Linoleums
just placed on the racks.
Stare you win
tlod food furniture
mi price/ you
Con of ford
3 to 6-Piece Bed Room Suits,
Suits, Extya Chairs and Rockers, Bt
CMffloners, Kitchen Cahlnets, in
fact, Everything in Furniture
Now is the Time to Buy A
YOU .MUST HKAR THK PATHS PHONOGRAPH. TOT WAT SKK THE
cABim oowmeonox of the cabmr. taw compare a
WITH OTHERS, AND IW WILL MARVEL AT THE GREAT VALUE
YOU ARE GETTING FOB THE LOW PRICE. TWR NI%OP THU IN-
STRUMENT IS THE MOST CLEAR AND DISTINCT AND MOST NATUR-
AL YOU Wild. FIND. AND THE PATHE WILL PLAY ALL MARES OF
siamnns UOME IN AND LET US DEMONSTRATE THIS WONDER-
A NIFTY LINE OP
BABY CABS AND
SHOULD SEE THIS
Haro yon ever
Inst what R b that
hoMSa so nsnch asora attractive than
■T Upon separating all the fac-
tors that meats aA atmosphere of
good taste aad rstaencat, you will
And that the Furniture plays a very
vo b not necessary,
and arranged, so
the'various period styles harmonise
properly, win change the
of a roam of aa entire home.
IIIIUII nil I ■ I ITTW
PRYOR’S GREATEST STORE
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mrs. J. W. Whitaker was la Mus-
John Wiles transacted business at
Dr. S. M. Smith was la
City last week, on business.
Mrs. C. Hall of Haile waa in Pryor
Saturday, doing some shopping.
Dr. Bryant was up from Cboteau
Friday, on profeasional business.
Dr. 0. W. Tilly end son, Virgil,
visited relatives at Vinlta Monday.
Mr. aad lira. N. H. Will visited
with friends la Muskogee Sunday
Born—Monday. Sept. S, 1120, to
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owartney. near
Chapel, a fine 9 pound boy.
Mbe Emma Swimmer of Locuat
Grove, will stay with Misa Allle Vann
this winter end attend school here.
* We understand Him Grace Smith
will move to Plcher, nt which place
her father. Dr. Smith haa located.
For Sale—Single comb white cock-
erels. (Leghorn). $1.00 etch
27-tf. Mrs. D. T. Sears, Rt. 2.
Frank Rogers was down from VI-
nita Monday, visiting at the home of
his parents. Mt. and Mrs. J. C. Hog-
Mbs Grace Dial la assisting at the
Parker Drug Store soda fountain.
Judge Turner, living near Choteau
bridge, waa In Pryor Thursday night.
Mm. J. C. Anderson returned last
week from a visit with relatives at
Mrs. Jim Sanders and family are
moving back to Pryor from Salina.
where they have been in the hotel
George Johnson, Coon Phillips and
John Duncan and son of nenr Rose,
were in the county seat Friday, on
I. P. Bledsoe waa up from Cho-
teau Friday, looking after legal bus-
Welch Harrison of Tulaa, wns
week end gueat nt the home of his
brother. T. J. Harrison and wife, in
Mrs. R. L. Cochran and daughter*
of Choteau, war# shopping la Pryor
Bora—Monday, Sept. «, 1920. t*
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Leach, near Chap-
el. a aoa.
Mrs. Sam Harrison and children
arrived home Sunday from an ex-
tended visit with relatives at Eldon.
Mrs. M. 8. Edmondson arrived
home Tuesday from Denmark, Me.,
where she had been spending the
District court la la
week, with Judge A. C.
For Wale -Good three room hpa
aad Good Bant. Well located. Rea
i. B. Vogt- *mf-
J. H. Christian of Ceatralia, was a
wank aad gueat at the F. M. Watten.
bar gar home.
W. A. Downing of Rote, was In
Pryor th* for* part of the week, at*1
C B Markham. Jo* Card aad Her-
bert Hal* traaaactad husiaeaa at Mus-
Mr. aid Mrs. J. A. Quin war# ow
from Saliaa the rore part of the week
A sister of Mrs. Chester Robinson
la bar* from Montana, visiting at the
. Bale—On# complete act of
for making brooms. . See Mrs.
T. L. Snodgrass of Choteau
In Pryor Friday, having soma
Mine Charlotte Markham returned
Thursday from a vacation trip to Ihe
mountains e Colorado.
and Mr*. A. J. Hauston of
, visited friends in Pryor the
part of That week.
Mim Ruth Hogaa left Saturday for
Stillwater. whara ah* will teaeb In
th* high school af that ally
charge at the Roral Hotel. I
. has aseemed
Hate!, the Van-
G. H. aad D. E. Want, living south-
west of town, will have a public sals
next Wednesday. The wests con-
template moving u> California noon.
Misa Ruth Hogma gave a six o’clock
dinner Thursday evening. In honor of
Mist Omm Bugber of Corfu* Chrtsti.
Texas and John Becker of Campbell.
Postmaster WUUam H. Bell left
Thuredsy evening for Kansas City
where he attended the convention of
postmasters, returning to Pryor Sun-
Most of the material for the mill
has arrived and W. B. Allred and Ms
force are busily engaged In getting
the machinery in place at Its new lo-
Mia. J. L. Mitchell and daughter.
Miss Josephine, drove to Maynvllle.
Ark., Friday, for'a visit at th# home
of Mrs. Mitchell's parents, who re-
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Jim Lively's Ford and Herb Sen-
sing's Maxwell got into n mixup Sun-
* day and both can suffered some little
damage—their owners escaped ser-
Mn. Owen Parks of Vinlta. spent
the week end nt the home of her par-
ents. Mr. and Mn. Albert Manh, In
Mn. Katherine Bowen of Neode-
sha, Kansas, has been visiting at the
home of Mr. aad Mn. E. M. Bowers,
la this city.
Mn. Virginia Dyer of Oklahoma
City, has been visiting at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mra. J. W.
Shutt, In thla city.
For Sale—Good five room house
aad four loU. bars, hen house, cow
ahed aad etc. Ora and water. In-
quire or J. C. Rogen. 2«-*t.
Mrs. C. L. Robinson returned last
Thursday from Locust Grove, where
she had been visiting for two weeka
at the home of her parents.
Lee Gaither of Salina, has parchae-
ad the H. E. Plogg cottage la th*
■oath part of town, which h* will oc-
cupy as soon as It Is vacated.
Mr. aad Mn. H. Barton have mov
lad hack to Pryor from Colorado,
where they had been fir several
month* past. Mr. Barton la ftgnrlag
on starting n battery aUtlon.
Mark Hanaa, a aoa of Mr. aad Mn.
Joe Hanna of Rose, carolled Satar-
i day In the Chllllcoth# Business Col-
lege for a course la bookkeeping aad
Mr. VanHorn, who had been mak-
ing nn extended visit at the home of
bis daughter, Mra.W. A. Orahsm.
rMvrBMl to his homo it 8pHi|4iWt
Mo.', last weak.
Mias Ruby Vaaa and Miss Mary
Jo BuRagton left Saturday for Lo-
cust Grove to be ready to UR# up
their dutlee la th# school room# of
that city Monday.
A. E. Rom of Locust Grove, l
la Pryor the for* part of th# w*
attending court ns a witaane. Hr.
Rosa paid th# Republican a friendly
call Tuesday morning.
A. R. McVey and family have rw
eentty moved here from Vlmlta, aad
will make Pryor their home, having
moved into th# Bd Gwartaey cottage
in the eaat part of tow*.
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Mr. and Mra. 0. B. Tlnnln arrived
here from the eaat, Tuesday, for a
ten days visit at the M. 8. Edmond
■on and R. B. Garrett homee.
Clay Clark and family of Tulaa.
were over Hunday visitor* at the
home or Mra. Clark'a parents. Mr.
and Mra. Joe Miller, la this city.
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Mn. Georg* BattenSeld left Thurs-
day night for Houston, Texas, t# b#
at the bedside of hor daughter. Mn.
LaVanch*, Oat. who la seriously 111
la a hospital In that dtp.
Mrs. R. L. Terry visited at Ytolta
and Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. aad Mn. O. 1.---—
and Mn. D. C. Parker _
on Grand River Sunday
Nets Dan has ,ureases■ maa
J. C. Mayan cottages la th* soatl
east ,*rt ef town and now has
nice little home of his own, to whk
Miss Donovan, mlltlaar at Gra-
ham’s, left Saturday night far Kan-
sas City, In raopanae to
Note Dan haa parahonsd one of the
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HtCV IIMIW w. ....____ tO WhlCh
he has moved with Ms family
Dr. Jones and fnmlly arrived
home teat weak from n very pleasant
visit with home folks down la 0te£
gla. The doe haa beta telling a*SR
great fish stories alas# hi* return.
Miss Gladys Ballanger gave a
■lumber party at bar homo neat of
towa Saturday night la haaar of
Mias Oma Bugber of Corpus Chrtoti,
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SSaSSSSlFor Sale at W. T. Utlejr'e Garate, Prjror, O
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