Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 10, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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One Hundred Years Ago
The system of paying bills by eheck m introduced. u4 wa*
quietly appreciated by dlUMralag people.
It reduces tbs personal dsafer of carrying funds; Mikas for
convenience In disbursing Urge amounts; provides for reliable,
workable record of money deposited and money a^at. and lends
a certain dignity to tbe transference of fuada
You should enjoy these advantages,
You can, by opening an ae-
The First National Bank
W. A. GRAHAM,
C. D. WTCHELL, Cashier.
IT. 18 OUR PURPOSE TO HAN-
DLE ANT BU8INE88 ENTRUST®)
ERAL MANNER AS TO MAKE
CUSTOMER’S RELATION 1
THIS BANK SATIRE ACTOR Y AND,
, aside from the excellent*
FACILITIES AFFORDED, YOU
HAVE THE ADVANTAOE OF HAV-
ING YOUR DEPOSITS OUARAN-
The American State Bank
SCHOOL HONDH CARRY
By SM-IM Vote Pryor People De-
rided for Progress Election
Carried in Every Precinct
—Amount of Bonds,
By n vole ot 399 to 186, the peo-
ple of School District No. 1 decided
to build s new school building. In
the election held Tuesday of this
week. The bonds carried Is every
precinct of the district. Even Woods
Addition, which was conceded to be
against the bonds, went for them by
n majority of twelve votes.
Following is tbe vote by wards:
No. 1—39 for. 14 against. Majority
26; No. 2—138 for, 47 against.
Majority 91; No. 3—122 for, 47
against. Majority 10; Wood*' Ad-
dition—46 for, 34 against. Majority
12. Total majority, 213.
The board of education will now
proceed to issue Its negotiable bonds
to the amount of 172,000.00, If II
sees At to Issue bonds in that amount,
to provide funds for the purpose of
purchasing a aite, building and
equipping a school building to take
care of the growing needs of the Pry-
or schools. The election provides
for the levy of an annual tax suffi-
cient to pay the Interest on the bonds
when due, and also to constitute u
sinking fund for the payment of the-
prinripgt The bonds are not to be-
come due until twenty-five yeara
H. O. Valour, of Muskogee, has
been chosen by the board as architect
for the new building. Whether or
not the new building will be built on
the school property owned at present,
or will be placed at another location,
Is s mooted question. Work will be-
gin In the near future, It Is thought,
and efforts will be made to have the
building completed before the school
opens in September.
TO PLAN MUSIC FESTIVAL
At tbs meeting uf the Pryor Mus-
ic Club huld not long ago. It was sug-
gested that a Music Festival be held
la the sear , future. Committees
from the Pryor churches were ap-
pointed to formulate plans, sad make
up the prowam for tbe festival. The
committees will meet Sunday after-
noon at tho M. E. church for this
purpoos. Mrs. R. B. Garrett is
chairman of the committee. Other
members ore: members re: Mrs. J.
J. Harrison, Mra. Maude Bouldin,
Mrs. D. M. Fox. Mrs. E. M. Bowets
and Roy Harding.
Details of tho festival and date,
will be announced through the news-
papers next week. It will probably
occur early la March. If successful.
Is probable that ffimllar affairs
will be held every month.
ATTENDED SKINNER FUNERAL
A number of the Odd Fellows went
to Adair Monday afternoon, to attend
the funeral of J. W. Skinner, an old
time settler of Mayee county. They
went oa the afternoon train, return-
ing that evening. The following
Odd Fellows attended: Charles
Wheat, J. H. Johnson. Bob Coker,
Jim Stout, F. 0. Crum, Elmer Had-
den, Charles Abbott, Arver Robbins,
John Wiles, W. R. Hunter, Luke Al-
len, Albert Davis, Walter Schneider,
Crods Langley, Hurry Broouer.
Other* who were In attendance
from Pryor were Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Orshsm. Floyd Shrum, Edgar Lan
gley, C B. Markham, sad Harve Lan
The funeral was conducted from
the M. E. church by the pastor.
Male Quartette program at the M
Church Saturday night. Last
number of the Lyceum course.
The ever interesting subject. “Mir-
acles'' will be discussed st the Chris-
tian Church Sunday morning. The
reality of miracles, their purposes nd
why they ceased will he explained
The evening theme, "The Mystery of
the God-Msn” will Interest both
young and old. It Is a study of ths
The .S. S. offering taken last Sun
day for Armenian Relief totaled
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bebb of Mus-
kogee, were week end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. N. R. Will, la this city.
was a Muskogee
C. R. Jackson transacted business
In Miami Saturday.
Earl Johnson and wife were in Lo-
cust Grove Thursday.
Mrs. G. L. Beck and children left
last week ror Chelsea.
Mrs. Hslton lisle and non are vis-
iting relatives in Tulsa.
Dr, and Mrs. J. H. Quinn motored
to Locust Grove Sunday.
Dr. Smith and Carl Kherhard tuu-
toted to Pawhuska Sunday.
County Surveyor Dave Smallwood
wan over from Rone Monday.
Mrs. P. V. Crockett went to Chel-
sea Sunday to visit relatives.
Our mission Is "not to be mlnln-
terari unto, but to minister.” flirl*-
EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT WE
SELL GROCERIES AND OTHER
FOOD STUFFS. BECAUSE MOST
PEOPLE BUY FROM US. IT'S A
HABIT THEY HAVE.
BUT HOW MANY PERSONS KNOW
THAT W|S HAVE A RARE STOCK
OF DISTINCTIVE APPETITE TICK-
LERS—THOSE LITTLE DELICA-
CIES THAT PUT THE D. M. IN
DELICIOUS MEALT IT IS A FACT
—ASK US ABOUT THEM THB
NEXT TIME YOU COME IN.
OOMMKRfTAL CLUB IS FORMED
R. A. Wllkerson Chosen Hoad uf New
Organisation by Executive Com-
Sign Up an
Tom W. Smith, state supervisor or
rural schools, was la Mayes county
last week, Inspecting tkr schools.
Mrs. Jss. Cox, who has been quite
ill with an attack of pneumonia, is
reported oa the convalescent list.
Pryor has a Commercial Club, or-
ganized at a meeting of butlu'w and
profesHlonal men at the Court House
Monday evening of this week. Tuus
day evening, the executive committee
ol the club met at a luncheon, and
elected R. A-Wllkerson as president
of the club. Thos. J. Harrison wan
elected as sec retry treasurer.
The meeting at which the organ
izailon was formed, was called by
Mavor C. L. Samuel, and was atten-
ded by a representative group of bus-
iness and professional men. At the
close of the meeting, more than thir-
ty-five men signed as members, pav-
ing a membership fee of one dollar
The organisation provides for an
executive committee composed of sev-
enteen men. as follows: W. F.
Woodward. J. W. Shutt, C. W. Beth-
ell, R. A. Wllkerson, S. E. Samuel, D.
M. Fox, T. J. Harrison. J. L. Wash-
ington. W. D. Casey. Charles Rogers.
Dr. Carl Puckett, Will Utley. R. E.
Davis, O. J. Borum. Ralph Campbell,
J. W. Oatewood. C. L. Samuel. A
committee was also appointed to
draw up suitable rules and regula-
tions governing the organisation. J.
H. Langley. T. C. Bowling, and 0. J.
Borum. were appointed on this com-
Expenses of the club will be pro-
vided for by a monthly membership
fee of 11.00 per member. The pur-
pose of the club is to take active
charge of all matters of civic im
provsment. such as Lyceums. Chau-
tauquas, etc. and to promote trade
building schemes such as sales days
and bargain days. The club will al
so take active Interest in the matter
of road building.
The executive committee will meet
every Thursday at noon, at lunch, to
transact business, and to dlscum af-
fairs of the club. Any member or
the club is privileged to meet with
the committee to take up matters of
civic Improvement, by making ar-
rangements with the secretary.
Miss Eva Crum has been assisting
as saleslady la the W. A. Graham Co.
dry goods department, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Moore enter-
tained the Bridge Club at their home
oa Thursday evening of last week.
Mra. N. J. McVay of Vlulta. visited
last week at the home of her sob, A.
R. McVay and family, in this city.
Clarence Dry of Ft. Smith, Ark .
spent tbe week end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Dry. In this city.
Mrs. Susie Coats or near Green-
brier, was la town Monday, taking
advantage of the dollar day bargains
Frank Rogers or Vinlta, visited st
thee home of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Rogers, la this city Sunday
Miss Florence Oraves and R. R.
Garrett were Initiated Into the mys-
teries of the Order of the Eastern
Mrs. Chas Simpson arrived here
last week from Texas, for a visit at
the home of her mother, Mra. Coyie.
C. P. Clouse of Ketchum was In
Pryor last week, selling home made
brooms, from brush he raised on his
Mra. Chaa Laughlta of Bartlesville
is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Sexton in the east part or
Mra. Blue Keys and children of
Choteau, visited at the home of Mr.
and Mra. Jaa. Lively, in this city Sat-
Mr. and Mra. T. A. Burgess of Lo
cuat Grove, vlalted last week at the
home ofMr. and Mra. John Ballenger
In thla city.
JUST A BUOOnmON.
There are a number of extra copies
of this issue of the Republican on
band, and they ean be procured with
er at this office or at the Post Office
Book Store. It would be advertising
Pryor If you send copies of the spec'l
edition to your friends and relatives
who do not live here. The State Or-
phans' Home is an institution or
which all Pryorllesahould be proud,
and you can sl^sr^our pride in your
town by helping to scatter the extra
copies where they will do the mo3t
IT WORKED, ANYWAY
"Dollar Day” was a success, even
If the weather man did Interfere with
The various business concerns of
Pryor which offered bargains for
Monday only, report a rushing trade
for that day. although the rainy wea-
ther kept the country folks from
coming la. •*
At the W. A. etraham department
store the clerks reported that eever-
al people were at tbe store waiting
for it to open when they went down
to go to work. Asked if the day was
a success they replied that they had
no idea how they would have handled
the trade if there had been a larger
crowd la Iowa. The Mayes Mercan-
tile Co. store also reports a splendid
business on that day. The managers
of these two department stores were
absent Monday, having gone to mar-
ket, and the etores were - left In
charge of the employes.
We did not get to make the round*
of all the stores, but all we were able
to see reported a good days business.
Bob Morris sold all of his onion seta
and most of his beans sad rice. The
Square Deal Grocery did a good bus-
iness. according to Gus Toney.
It Is certain that the scheme would
have been a much greater success
had It been worked out throughly bv
an association of the business men.
Now that the Commercial Club Is or-
ganised, a concerted effort can He
made to work out trade building
ideas, and the success of the first
“Dollar Day” Is such as to argue well
for Its continuance every month.
REAL WEALTH WILL COME FROM REAL WORK, BKAL
ECONOMY, REAL LOYALTY. IT 18 TIME TO PUT OUR
FACE AGAINST THE HARD ILLUMINATING FACE OF FACT
AND SHAPE OUR ACTIONS TO FIT THING8 AS THEY ARK.
AND NOT AS THEY OUOHT TO BE BUT ARB NOT.—CORN
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
FRYOR WINN FROM TULSA HI
ROLL OF HONOR.
The following have our thanks for
cash advanced on subscription to tho
Republican thla weak:
•C. H. Overton, Tulsa.
M. C. Hadley, City.
Fred Mason, Pensacola.
C. W. Foreum, Choteau.
O. L. Horr, City.
•J. R. Sllkey, City.
J. B. Carlton, City.
•Orum Garner, Route On*.
W. T. Bailey. City.
Wm. H. Bell, City.
•M. L. Manley, City.
•Mrx. Pie* McLain
•Mrs. J. O. Stewart, Route Three.
W. T. Lane. 0*4y
M. Washam. City.
*H. L. Gaither, City.
Gus Toney, City.
Mrs. Jas. Coats, Adair.
T. L. Marteney, City.
•F. C. Settle, City.
Ed Weakley, Route Two.
•Cecil Stanfield, Tulsa.
DAYS ARK GETTING LONGER.
The days are getting longer. In
fact, during the month of February,
we are to gain two hours and two
minutes of daylight over what we
had in January. The 1st day of Feb-
ruary, the sun rose at 7:07 and ael
at 5:21. making a total of nine hours
and fourteen minutes. Today. Thurs-
day) the sun rose at 6:68 , and will
set at 5:31. giving us ten hours and
33 minutes of daylight On Febru-
ary 28th, the sun will rise al al 6:36
and set at 5:51, giving ua eleven
hours and 16 minutes of daylight.
Following is the program for the
Young People's Missionary Society
February 13. 1921 at 2:30 o'clock.
Personal Conductor—Paulina Til-
Seeing New Orleans—Theodore
St Mark's Hall—Helena Harding.
Mary Werlelne Mission—Carol Pe-
Visiting Flrsl Church—Thelma
Bible I^-sgan Kathleen Dial.
The Young People's Missionary So-
ciety will have a Valentine party In
the basement of the church Friday
evening. Feb. 11. 1921 at 7:30
H. S. BartteUeeru Tulsa's
Made op of Regwlam.
Pryor high school has woo quite a
reputation la the basketball realm as
a result of her double victory over
tho aggregation from Tul*a last Fri-
day and Saturday evenings. Tulsa
knew something of Pryor's record in
basketball this season, and sent a
team ot "regulars." It wa* a husky
bunch, and 4 team that appeared
formidable. Very few of tbe Pryor
rooters really expected to win a vic-
Friday evening's game resulted In
a 20 to 14 score. Borum was easily
the star of Friday evening’s game.
Polls and Rucker were also on the
Job, although Rueker was not at his
The Saturday evening game was
more Intereotiag than the other.
Pryor started out with a rush, (cor-
ing several field goals before tbe vis-
itors could stop them. During the
first half, not a single field goal was
■cored by the Tulsans, although they
had several chances at free goals and
aanenod moat of them. At the dose
of the first half, tbet score stood 11
lo 3. la the second half, tbe Tulsa
aggregation began to "come back,'
while the Pryor team, bothered by a
dose of overeoafldence, began to lose
ground ateadily. Tulsa increas'd
her score gradually, but with steady
peralstaace, and almost nosed out her
opponents before the final whistle
blew. The final score was 17 to 19
la Pryor's favor.
Preliminary to the big game. Sat-
urday evening, the tenth graders eo
gaged la a tuaale with the Grammar
School. There la a wealth of good
material among these second string
men. aad Pryot Is assured of a splen-
did basket ball team for years to
Giving his private opinion la re-
gard to the "stare” of the Pryor team
the writer refrains from giving all
the credit to the men who made all
of the basket*. We would give due
credit to ths men who keep their op-
ponent* from making goals. Stand-
ing aa a shining light, to our mind.
Is little Joe Mayes. No spectacular
plays, no flying goals, can be credi-
ted to thla young bushy, hut we not
Iced that when Joe started after an
opponent he always blocked his play.
And Reusowa, Too.
In the most spectacular game or
the seaaoa, Inst evening, Pryor took
the rust Ramona live into camp by
score of 22 to 16. This is the first
time tbe Ramona basketeera have
been defeated this season. An extra
large crowd witnessed the game.
Mr*. Harry Seaton. Mrs. T. L.
Marteney and Mrs. 8. E. Samuel were
visitors in Muskogee Tuesday.
’ OUR ABSTRACTS OF ft
TUB to ALL LKHHffi
ARK TOWN LOTS 08
MATHS COUNTY, AML
MifK Canty ifetnet Ci.
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS.
All citizens of Pryor are iavltod to
attend the preliminary debate at the
school house Monday night, Feb. II,
at 7:20 o'clock. Seven local busi-
ness men will be asked to act aa
Judges. Team work will not be
■idered; each debater will he rated
oa hie or her Individual speech and
rebuttal. Thu speeches will be
ip tbe following order: “A*
ative; "N” negative. A, Borum, N,
Essie Lee; A, Era Terry, N, Oleu
Jones, A, Undine Wright, N, Baxter
McFarland; A. Nina lee, N, MMe*
Done Ison, A. Lucy Ridga, N, Howard
The following prominent citizens
will act as judges: Mrs. W. A. Ora-
ham, Mra. O. H. Oraves, Mra. 8. E.
Samuel, Dr. J. L. Adams, J. M. Hill.
Dr. O. W. Tilly.
The debating team needs money
ror books, papers, etc., aad so there
will be a small eharge of 16 cents.
Feb. 26th, the Debating Team will
Journey to Jenks, where the district
championship will be decided. Pry-
or will uphold the affirmative of the
quest Ion, "Resolved, That the Policy
of Government Price Regalatioa be
adopted by the United States.”
Tbe teachers are all spend lag the
week end. at Oklahoma City, at the
State Convention of the Oklahoma
OOX AND HU QUARTKTTM
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Larmer left
yesterday for a business trip to Ban
Murrel Thornton and Ed Bouldin
were up from Muskogee Sunday vis-
iting home foUu.
over from Locust
evening, on buslne
L. Burris was
Lost N maker of (tens al
the M. E. Charth
Remember bow you alwaye enjoy-
ed a good male quartet? Oa* of tho
best mala quartets now touriag tho
country will slag la Pryor n«t Sat-
urday evening, at the M. E. church
—the Lyceum Singers, directed by
Captain Cox. Captain Cox was in
charge ol an entertainment division
In the A. E. F. during thu war, serv-
ing directly under Oeaeral Pershing.
The quartette ol which he la director
le known ae one ot tbe beat aggrega-
tions of its kind now performing. Mr.
Cox hlmxelf lx said to he unbeatable
aa aa entertainer.
This company ia primarily a vocal
quartet, but ite members are equally
capable of performing. on a variety
of instruments. They do maay
things, and all of them equally well
la fact it is said that they eaa sat-
isfy the musically educated as »*M as
tbe casual concert goer. There la ao
lack of fun, actios or harmony la tho
program. Every number I* built to
please, and audiences are conjectur-
ing the nature of the next musical
surprise. Their program never Inga,
but speeds along to its uawelcoate
This will be the last number of the
local lyceum course, aad Is the moet
expensive number of all to the ly-
ceum backers. Those who were In-
strumental in bringing thla conns to
Pryor are desirous of seeing n large
crowd of Pryorites ia attendance at
this last number.
The program of the entertainment
will begia at sevea-lhirty on Satur-
day evening, Feb. II, at the Pryor M.
E. church auditorium.
D. B. Keys and Hogan Reeve* went
to El Dorado, Mo., last week, after a
couple of automobiles.
Louis Curry and family spw
day at tbe M. Castle home
R. L. Baekes was so unfortunate
as to lose tbe night of one of his
eyes one day teat week.
Mr. and Mra. B. H. Steed and Mrs
Leon Ginsberg and eon motored to
Sparinuw creek Sunday.
Mrs. N. H. Dial has been enjoying
a visit from her brother, who came
last week from Louisiana.
Miss Louise Draper vlalted Sunday
at the home of Judge Turner and
wife near Choteau bridge.
W. E. Riddle who has been quite
HI at his home the last two weeks, is
reported greatly improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Esrl Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan visited
relatives ia Muskogee Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Deck of Vinlta. vis-
ited last week with their daughter
Mrs. Henry Carter in this city.
A very delightful dancing party
was given at Legion hall after the
basket bill game Friday night.
Mrs. R. L. Terry returned the first
of the week from a visit with rela-
tives at Morris and Henrietta.
Forget . . .
Mias Ruby Vaaa aad Miss Mary Jo
Buffington came over from ixtcuvt
Grove and spent the week end with
Mra. Emma Turk hua been here
from lUlaole tb* last week, visiting
at the hum* of her brother. Joe Mil-
lar aad family.
Aa Itlnereat sign painter struck
town last week and left several spec
ieaa of kls handiwork oa various
A 8a* new gold leaf elga oa the
front window of the First National
hank, adds to tho attractiveness or
the bank corner.
Hugh Potts came over from This*
last wok for a short vtoH at the bom*
of kia pa reals, Mr. aad Mr*. A. K.
PolU. Ip thla oily.
John Coats loft Monday for Tulsa,
oa tho Brat lap of a Journey to South
A merlon. Ho will work for aa’oli
J. C. Burnside agd family of Choi
eon, vlalted the latter part of tho
week ot tho homo of bla slater, Mrs.
P. V. Crockett, la thla city.
Epworth League next Sunday eve
slag nl six-thirty, at the Methodist
efcuroh, will bo led by Mtao Mabel
Haggles aad the Wealayaaa. An In-
tonating program la being prepared
All yonag folks are aerdlally Invited.
w THAT THIS OROCERY Store
1 is here In Pryor tp serve you
We specialise In giving all our
customers the most courteous ser-
All that you need to do when shop-
ping. Is to use your telephone. We
take your order promptly and deliv-
er your groceries at your door.
It Is the policy of this store to
treat all customers alike. That’s
why we call our store the "SQUARE
gw THAT WHEN YOU BUY Oro-
ceries at this store, you nr*
^ being given every advantage
In the matter of prices.
We are not her* to undersell all
the groceries Im Pryor, but We do not
Intend ever to overcharge for groear-
lees sold from our shelves A email
amount of proBt oa ovary article la
necessary for tho upkeep of the bus-
men. but we are keeping our proBts
down to the loweat possible figure.
W* are here to stay, aad Intend
to practice tbe "Square Dml"
On Saturday evening, Judge T. I,.
Marteney spoke the words that united
In the holv bonds of wedlock. Miss
Cora McLain and Mr. Jeff McCollouqh
al hi* home la the south part of
town. The bride la the eldest daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mr*. Pies MeLala of
this city, while the groom la the eld-
est son of Mr. aad Mrs. W. T. Me-
Collough, living Just east of town.
The many friends of the newly weds
extend congratulations and best
winhro for a long sad happy wedded
life. Mr. and Mrs. McCollough will
reside on the Maybe* place, north-
east of Pryor.
Min Little Jones aad Herb Sen-
sing. both of this city, were married
at the court house at Cl*remora, last
Sunday These young people are
well known here sad bar* a hast or
friends, who wish them much hap-
piness in their new relation.
B. Y. r. u.
Tho beat known poem la tho world
will be studied Sunday night in tka
B. Y. P. U. by Group uumbtr 11, un-
der the leadership of Mabel Aafitlt
Come Thou With Ua
The "Blue Law*” and th* Lord's
Day, will bo the subject of next Sua
day mornlag'e sermon at 11 o'clock.
The Dimensions of Ood'a Love will
be the evening them*, at T:2fi.
Reduce the Cost
of Your Stomach
A person's stomach
Is aa ripen
cause yon to
1 Mr. aad Mia. Basil Tudloak of
Muskogee, visited Sunday at lb*
home of Mra. Tadloek's parents, Mr.
and Mra. D. M. Batter, In this any.
It Is always wanting more.
But you can reduce tbe cost by
careful buying—by selecting food-
stuffs that are rich la nutriment and
do not waste a way ia the cookiag.
"Dollar Day” was a howling suc-
cetta at this store. We were almost
entirely cleaned out of the bargains
we had oh sale. People wanted to
reduce the cost of their stomachs,
and they knew where to come to.
"Economical Quality" Is not avail-
able st every store. But you can
always he sure of getting it here.
That Is the strong point of this store.
Th* popularity of our huaifiess shows
that people of Pryor aad vicinity
know our "strong point.”
Buy a Five Dollar Coupon Book
and trade It out. It'* much handler
—eaves you the -trouble of shelling
out the cash every now aad than.
Bob's Cash and Cany
PARSONS HOUSE BURR MR
The house oa the BUI Holt pteeo
near Graham school
to the ground Sunday
gather with all Ite
by BUI Parsons aad family who wore
living there. We understand thqro
was ao Insurance. It la not known
how the fire originated. Thla la In-
deed a severe lorn for tbe Parsons
"He that Seeth to Do Right, and
Doeth It Not. to Him It Is Bla.*’ woe
the text of a sermon dellvored by
Rev. R. C. Alexander Sunday or*-,
aiag. at tbe H. E. Chureh. It was
one of the strongest sermons ever
uttered by Rev. Alexander, aad
should have been heard by a much
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Goins of Strang,
were Pryor visitors Thursday.
S. P. Brooks and wife of Sails*,
were Pryor visitors Saturday.
J. !,. Baugh of Choteau ttaneact-
ed business in Pryor Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Watt* visited
friends near Pensacola Sunday.
Ralph Campbell was on th* sick
list the fore part ol the week.
Bora- Sunday morning, to Mr. aad
Mrs. Ed Johnston., a daughter.
Mrs. Jap Smith visited relatives ia
Muskogee the flrstof the week.
A. H. o'riffis wa* up from hi* farm
near Choteau Monday on buaineaa.
Attorney R. A. Wllkerson trans-
acted business in Saliaa Tuesday.
D. V. Crutchfield was over
Locust Grove Monday, oa
Jobs Harrison wae her* tk* tetter
part of the week, visiting home folks
Mr. sod Mrs.
Little Rock. Ark.
C. L. Pratt the Plcher banker, wae
Pryor Sunday visiting relatives.
Robert Prather of
. have been visiting
Choir practice al the M. E. church
tonight (Thursday) at uevun o'clock.
G. W. S. Brown Is able ta be not
again, after a severe tuaale with the
Cashier Keba of the Adair Bank,
was la Pryor Monday night, oa busi-
Mrs. W. W. Powell returned Inst
week fiuio a visit to her daughter *♦.
Mrs. Floyd Sbrum aad Mra. Jalte
Jacobs visited friends In Mu
Mrs. Erneet Sullivan waa
a few day* last week, with
Mlm Cartotta Archer wan vtelling
bools oa the east sM* of ths river
Mlm Marjorie Olhba earn
Chapel and sgont the wank sad with
Mr. aad Mra.
aver from the
Mr. aad Mra. Wa
It Urn bNM af Mr.
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Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 10, 1921, newspaper, February 10, 1921; Pryor, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc957150/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.