Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 26, 1920 Page: 4 of 10
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MAYES COUNTY REPUBLICAN
JRxpr* Count? fcepubliran
B) L. D. Hanllli S Hon
_____ at th* Pryor. Oklahoma,
Poatofltoe aa aeconh-cla'is matter.
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•(•II RHDAY. KERRCAKY !M
The resignation of Secretary <>T
H'ate Lansing. under circumstance*
v. lilch are sensational to nay the lea*t
simply emphasize* I he necessity for
immediate action hy congress in de-
fining in no uncertain terms what
shall constitute the disability of a
piexident. either temporary or per-
The constitution provides that the
rice president Shall assume executive
authority during the disability of a
president, hut it does not define dls-
The president according to his own
statement, feels that Mr. LunHing un-
l i'.'fully usurped presidential author-
'll. I.ansing retaliates that he call-
ed the cabinet together in order that
p • ssing matters of grave import
might lie considered nt a time when
i-.ihiuet members were denied all aC-
e._ s to the president by his medical
The welfare of the government is
p.iiuiuoiint to the interests, ambitions
or desires of any indiridual member
thereof, whether Hist member be tlie
pivsldent or some lesser ntfteial
The dismissal of .Mr. Lansing has
given the public much food for
■ f ought and it is doing much think-
ii g. It is not a matter of party in
auv sense of the word. It is one of
There should be no recurrence of
the present regrettable situation for
1.1« k of means of determining the cx-
; cf condition of the executive.
Congress should rii-Ane disability
at once and provide for the orderly
•nd legal conduct of governmental
aifairs during such temporary disa-
bility as would not warrant the vice
p’esident in assuming the functions
< the ottlee It should also define
« bat constitutes the removal of dis-
AH OTHKRH HER I s.
\ stranger judges this town main-
b by its appearance.
il it is rlean. sanitary and inviting.
In- caries the good wont afar. Rut
if it is dingy, and ill kept, be carries
Kay was a Pryor visitor Kri-
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Ingram and
children spenT the week enil at the
home of Mrs. Ingram's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. W H. Sisco, at Greenbrier
After meeting and conquering the
riii. Herbert Rates is able to attend
to hia duties at the mill. Mrs Rates
and their little daughter. Vida, who
were also ill. are convalescing.
Mr*. J. H. Holt and daughter. Miss
Dallas, who were called here on ac-
count of the illness of Ernest Walk-
er's family, returned to their home
near Ketchum the lin t of the'week
After a siege with the till, Mrs. Kr-
nest Walker, postmaster, is able to
again take charge of the post orilee.
Ernest is still unable lo leave Ills
room. IL V. Large took care of the
office and store during the absence of
Oats sowing is the order ot t|ie day
Joe Libby was a r isitoi at Pryor
Robert Williams called on Fred
Bud Head transacted business at
Mr. Qualls made a business trip
to Pryor Saturday.
Miss Straton attended the hall The chicken law goes Into effect
Kanif* at Pryor Saturday night. ll** of March. AU chicken
Miss llessie Guinn spent Friday j raisers are requested to take due no-
ught with Miss Dorothy Adnma. tloe. and pen up your chickens be-
Mrs. Blackford and son. Haley j forr your neighbors come to me with
have returned from a v isit to fen. eonipluints Austin W hltaker,
Mrs. Haynes is impioving after an horses
Will Sweringlon sold his mule* to1
Mr. M.,) field and htiught a team of |
Gus Haas, who has been with the
W. A. Graham Co., far the paat flve
mouths, leaves this Arm Saturday.
It la rumored that Mr. Hass will re-
main In Pryor, as he sort o’ likes
this old town.
Born Friday. February *0,
to Mr. and Mra. J. H. John*
daughter. Weight eleven 9*
Mother and daughter getting
nicely and rather Is able to bi
the bench in the harnena ahop.
Mr. and Mrs. Walkdr.
Owing the prevalence ol An in this
district, school was closed Tuesday
of last week Miss Reed, our teacher
left Monday tor her home iri Colum-
bus, Kansas, where she will visit lor
a few days. It is hoped Oiat con-
ditions may he such that school du-
ties may be resumed next Monday.
Mr*. Jnsle Foote died at her homo
near Golnsville , Sunday, February
15. 1920 Heath was due to pneii-
miitii.t Mm Fmiit was born in
illness ol several weeks
Mrs. C. Y. Foster is recovering
from an attack of the An
Oscar Green and Clyde Lihliy spem
the week end with home folks.
Mr. James amt family are recov
ering fiom an attack of the llu.
Leslie Osborne visited at the home
of Ills uncle, O. F. Wilson, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Neil called on
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Culvert Sunday
II. A. Williams called at the bouu
of his brother, A. E. Williams Suit
daru and Cecil Williams and O-
oar and .May Wilson visited at the
Osborn home Sunday.
Our school opened again Monday
alter a two weeks vacation on ac-
count of the illness of tile teacher
Jesse Edwards called on Ml
----- „ , . . , Mrs. ti. \V. Edwards was shopping
Western North Carolina. September^ s#lina Satm.,,in
11. 1891. but had spent most of her) ^ Kdna (}arne| u ,ulu iU with
Ihe prevailing disea: e, flu.
life near here, having moved with
tier parents to Oklahoma at an early
age. Her husband and four small
children anivive her. Funeral ser-
vices were conducted at the Spavi-
naw cemetery Monday afternoon at
two o'clock, by J C. Goins.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. G. W
Monday, an eight pound boy.
G. W. Hill and C. \V Brown were
in Pryoi on business Friday .
Miss Vera Fritts. who has been or
ihe sick list is reported better.
Mr and Mr* Edwards' baby, who
bail pneurtonia, Is better at this wril-
Ktisaell Johnson called at the Rush j iuf,
Clem Cole, who has l»ei u quite ll!
with the flu. is some better at this
The people in this locality have
again begun to sow oats, after being
held up by the roll! snap
The basket lull team spent Friday
afterno.m on the court getting ready
lo trim up some olhi r leant.
Gardening is the order of the day
in this neck o' ihe woods. Home
even have heir potatoes planted
The death of Mis. Geo. Cook wes
quite i, shock to tills community.
She attended services :tl Chapel iiud
was apparently in good health the
evening before she died Resides
her hilshand and children, she leaves
a largi number of friends and rela-
tives Pi mourn her loss.
Prof Oilei attended the teachers'
meetin at Oklahoma City last week.
The pupils enjoyed a couple of holi-
Another death in our midst this
week Mrs. Price of neai Chapel.i mS/
lock 1 »*<
Wanted Eggs. Poultry. Hides.
Furs at leading prices.
Pryor Produce Companv.
Item •mbei "Cleanup Day" Mon-
day. Ui d remember that you are ex-
pected o co-operate iu making Pryor
sanitar . •
Our country correspondents have
about , II been laid up with the flu
and tli department of this paper so
creditably edited hy them each week
lias In -n somewhat neglected. We
slncert y hope the news gatherers
.nay al get hack on the job soon, as
their n wav letters are greatly missed
Ctfsrr ui Deafness Cannot Be Curei
By local applications. » (hey cunuoi roach
I tki dla uad portion «.t th« car. Thera la
» only on way to cur. cui'trrbal 4«nfncan.
Who died Of .........min t 11 o'clock
Moil (la. Tli*' remains uen* lain lo aamed condition of tb<* mu. nun iiuing of
ion ill III** (’liiiia l rtMii**f«*r.v. Hh«*| tho Buntacblnn Tub* When thla tube It
loaves a husband .»ntl flvt* Ilftb chil-! JJSjKt dh*Sing.'*nii«» “wh* .!,4it#0uT entirely
1 cloe*4 lfcafneaa ie tl r«an-t. I’nlann the
«*. eU1 i. ..i i. fc.iil in PrAetuttii and IniBmtnatlon can ba r.4u**d -nd this tub#
Thf M'l'til I* J'till 111 I !OJ»roHf* and i rM|0r^| tu Its norntl condition. h*-annf
liro IMarkfoid ir* pl**achinj£ HQllu* lino Will he destroyed forever Many case* of
m>nnnn^ Murh intcmit in immiftnt *-•*»*■■ are cauacil by catarrh. which It
st l uion•*. Ainrn mitrini in iinmurPi ^ condition of th mucous «ur-
Therr* have ht'i ii fourteen eonvt»r- faros. Hallo Catorrh .Medicine acta thru
sions up lo this writing, and Chapel, OB ,h* • * ,k*
in stiiml up as it has not boon win glee One Hondmi r>oiinrn far
,niinv a i
Neal Olson, the Bom Dray man ****** >ri* j. fotsia A
the had rr-eord lo even greater dis-
We should have u reputation sec-
ond to none superior to many - hut
w> will have only that which we
carve out hy our own efforts.
lad's all pitch in and make this
the cleanest and brightest and the
cost progressive year in onr history
Spring TV the time to begin
The Republican had a birthday last
w.-fk The paper was twelve years
old. This week we start out on the
thirteenth year, and let us hope It
v. ill not be a "hoodoo" for any one
connected with the shop But’ the
Republican is a lively youngster and
hols fair to weather the storms of
ewn the handicap of the thirteenth
Mr. Collins transacted business in
Mrs. J S. Vunhehber is quite ill
vl this writing.
Cunnie Martin was trading in this
There was a good crowd out to Ml.
v.-lson’s sale Tuesday.
Little Leona Harris was or ihe
-iek list Ihe first of the week.
The H J McCaw family are re-
covering from a siege with the llu
E. S. Ingram of Spavlnaw. was in
this locality Saturday ou husin.-s
Mrs. Etta Moore has retained from
visit with relatives at SUIIwatei
Nando Martin and family are hav-
ing a trial with Ihe flu al this w riting
School was closed Monday to al
allow the county assessor to use the
Mrs. II. A. Smith and children
-pent the week end at their home on
Most of the farmers in this local-
ity are either sowing oats or getting
ready to sow
1 Will Bush has built a blacksmith
-hop and will do his own blacksmith
W. E. Moore and daughter, Verda,
ind son. Wilkie, weie trading in
Tom Kinion was a Sunday visitor
at the home of his parent*. Mr and
Mrs. \V. T Kinion
Clarence Millikan and Clyde
Wrighi cleaned out a well for Mr.
H. J. MeCaw last week
Arthur Davidson, returned to his
worg at Ada Monday, after beiu*.
laid up at home for a week with the
Mrs. J. S. Vanhehher received word
from her husband who is a guard at
the state penitentiary, that he had
been quite ill with he till
The funeral of the children ol Ml
and Mrs William Smith was held at
the Benge cemetery Wednesday The
entire community joins in sympathy
to the berleved parents In their great
,i ttt in ton
Charlie Brown got none Mole
egg” medicine, and In a few days hi
yard was just covered with eggs
Try a BLACKFACE MH'.AI, in tin
ItcpiiMIran. anil get re-lilt*.
L. M. SHANK. Al'tTIONKKH
Live Slock and Beal Estate \ S|«w
I all)'. Your Fnr Sales Solicited.
Write me for ilatis or call at the
Pry or.<)k la.. ID. 'i »<•' "»■
A . R . W I L L l A W S
Write me for Terms and Dales
Fri<*s Reasonable, and Satis-
Houle :» •• l*rypr. Oklahoma
J. J Mcf AM.ASU
10 Mi GARAGE
For general repairing ol Automobiles
Broken Castings, Gas and Steam En-
gines, Machine and Electrical Work.
We rse genuine Ford parts and kave
Ihe well known Stndebaker Cars tor
We can supply you with any kind
of sausage you want—from small
pork sausages to the largest bo-
lognas—and we always have a
n ce, big. fresh stock 6n hand.
Sausage makes fine breakfasts and
l" lunches. It also makes elegant
\ H s indwiches. Or if company comes
Al unexpectedly, a tasty meal can be i
\\ prepared quickly with good J
Mayes County Meat Mark<
' ’ Inspections made imme-
lit Door Eon ol Ihe
f irtioni Hank
There are rumors going arouud
that several new business buildings
ic being contemplated by owners of',>((),.«.
v .icunt lots in'town. We understand
theia are to Ire some more dwellings
built in Pryor in the near future.
The Muskogee 1‘hoemx is engaged
in toe laudable undertaking of flnd-
ing good homes for a number of tlie
Iroys at the I’ryor State Orphans'
ICE VOI ONE OF THE FEW W HO AltE NOT Cl STOMEIfsOF
THIS STORE? IF so. STEER A NEW COl'RME—HEAD OCR
W AY. THERE IS SOMETHING GOOD WAITING FOR YOl
AT PRICES FIJI ALLY GOOD. WE HOLD OCR Cl STOM-
KltS IN ONE WAY. AND ONE W AY ONLY—W E till E THEM
QIOLITY. VAI.CE AND SERVICE EOlt THEIR MONEY.
OI K sl-ECIAI. OFEKKINGS
1 r**nrlM*M j _
i I*nrk tt
...Bob Morris Grocery.
'Wlirrr (ioM '•Wn** * to K:tl 4 «»t?ir Kr 11."
Carrying nlbn a Mile
for less than a Cent
Freight retM hmv* played a very small part
in the rising cost of living.
Other causes—tbs waste of war, under-pro-
duction, credit inflation — have added dollars
to the cost of the necessities of life, while
freight charges have added only cents.
The average charge for hauling a ton
of freight a mile is less than a cent
A suit of clothing that sold for $30
before the war was carried 2,265
miles by rail from Chicago to I/oa
Angeles for 16Vs cents.
Spring Is Here!
ll Is wmiiiu lliw. If you an- )>,.»-
inn lo nml any Ivcxln **<• have nil
kinds, mill an- selling them rigid.
Ur hu#r Just received n new cm ■<(
Hurley seed. We he v e •mile qi il
White Kaffir Heed and will Siam have
• lilpments of Cane, Kaffir. E'eleri'a,
and Milo Malic Heed. We have in v*
Timothy wed. lied Top, Alsyke. Al-
falfa. Hweet Clover, lied Clover.
While Clover, Kenlin kv Blue Grass,
Bermuda, Oreliard Glass, and lln|a<
Me also luive ull kinds of Perth,
Alfalfa Meal. Alfalfa and Molasses
Meal, Kaffir Chojis, Itarley Chop-.
Mill Huu Bran, Htraluhl Bran, Sliorls
a!ml Corn Bran.
Hogan-Hainlin Graia Ga.
Now the freight charge is 22 cents
and the suit sells for $50.
TL. coat of lb* anil haa incraaaad SO doXIara.
Th* freight sa H ha* tacr*awd only si c*ar«.
Ovhai Iran*port*doe chaig** *nut ^nio ih*
ceat sf th* hniahMl anicl* carryhg th* wool
to th* mill* and th* cloth lo th* tailor*— but
th*** uthw chatgaa amount to butalawcanta
The $10 pair of shoes that used to
sell for $5 goes from the New Eng-
I land factory to the Florida dealer for
a freight charge of 5% cents—only
' one cent more than the pre-war rate.
Beef pays only two-thirds of a cent
a pound freight from Chicago to
American freight rates are the low-
est in the world.
i(Jhis^advertisemmt is published by th
Association of Railway Coacutwt
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SmoUtem. tl Jr*ad—y, Ren Y+k
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Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 26, 1920, newspaper, February 26, 1920; Pryor, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc957006/m1/4/: accessed June 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.