Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1920 Page: 2 of 6
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MAYES COjlNtV HEfUSL’ICAN
Mercy! DU Tea Beer See Suck • Light Sleeper?
FARM W A.VTKI)
Wanted lo heir from owner of
furni or ttood land for sale. Must bo
piicvcl i iicht. Write Leslie Joaeo,
ilox 561. illner, III.
Kd Jiilineon wan in Muskogee Mon-
day nn business
Mi. and Mrs. II. F Frazier drove
to t'laremoif Sunday.
Cash I'ratl was down from 1‘irlier
Sunday, \isiiinu friends.
Horn— Sunday night, to Mr. and
Mr*. P. Swearingen, a son
N. II. Will has let the rontrart for
a new garage at his home.
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Horn Sunday niaht, to Mr. and
Mrs. lioss Young, a daughter.
Thos. J. Harrison went down to
Muskogee yesterday, on business.
Horn To Mr. and Mis. Prank
Cal I Ison. Sunday night, a daughter.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Schejel, Friday, Sept. IT. IStU, a
Miss Hire the Mayes Mere. Co.
milliner, visited friends in Muskogee
Editor Boh Cnrsolowey of the Ad-
air Citizen. was in Pryor Monday on
Walter Hoovermale was over front
Salina several days lust week, unend-
Hapri/doeed by Vii» Trltiuna Inc . Copyrighted |s:v
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A post oillce inspector was in Pry-
! or Monday hohnohhinc with Post-
Miss Lama Fdwards County lied
Cross Nurse, was in Chotean and
Miss Cora McLain and Misses Ituth
and IVarl McCollough visited friends
f.t Porter Sunduy.
Pte Supper at llawes.
There will he a Pie Supper at the
Still IWing the Hurk
,, Another anniversary ta nearing of i
Hawes school house. Hist 31. Friday „,e linle ,he rltv d,d* ordeled J
find bring pies
east end of
The said city dads and
Hie City Light tc Ice Company have
been "passing ihe buck" back and
forth ever since the order was made.
Guess a few
Harding Coming Oct. M.
A letter to the Republican from There is stiil no light. ____
Slate Republican Headquarters. Ok- of us live in the wrong ward
lahoma City, gives the news that Sen-
ator Harding will be in Oklahoma
City on Oct. 8. The editor of this
paper has received an Invitation to
serve on the reception committee on
Yntlce to Democrat-
The Pryor democrats will meet at
the Court house tomorrow t Friday I
night lor the purpose of organizing
a "Cox-Roosevelt-Ferris" Culb here.
This is not a political advertisment
A petition was circulated the other It is published freely and gladly,
day asking the city dads to clean lip, We want the local democrats to get
the town sanitarily, by having weeds all ihe satisfartion they can out of II. I
cut and refuse hauled away. It _
t^he^weeds P-**™ 1^*?™ u,ui' ** Dr. Whitaker of this city, was one
8‘ of th' *1 the baby show at the 1
scythes can be wielded Craig County Free Fair last week
Mrs. R. L.'Terry and Miss Kthel
Taylor motored to Vinita Sunday and
spent the day with friends.
Mis. Jim Cox is enjoying a visit
front her sister, Mrs. fieo. Stalkey,
ot Los Angeles. California.
Mr and Mrs. L. I! Treason of
Fufaula. were in Pryor last week
calling on their many friends
Mrs. A. 0. Cliiin was so unforlu-
ante as to cut one of her hands quite
severely on a piece of tin Friday.
Chas. Finch, who had been visit-
ing relatives in Pryor, left Friday
evening for his home in Washington.
Frank Brejrha was up rrom Mus-
kogee Monday visiting his mother,
who is here visiting at ihe John Urie
Hayden Place Stock Farm
Constructive Breeding of
Big Type Polands
FEATURING EXCEPTIONAL SPRING PIGS OF
Hire's Your Best
to buy the tops of ihe breeds most
popular families as represented In
my herd by the blood of
116 BOB, LIBERATOR,
COOK’S LIBERTY BOND
for the biggest and
best stuff the breed
affords when you at-
tend this sale and
you will not be dis-
Real Herd Heading Material...
Jf’* •T? DUfflng some spring hoars out of a Harrison s Rig Rob Ram.
the fl0.10ft.ft0 Hoar, sired by a great son of Liberator, dam Me'b.i a
member of the world famous Sampson litter, that you will travel many
a mile to noi find more prorul»tng pro-pccfs; two boars and a gilt from.
a lifter by Tantalizer and another litter by Bickford's Llbeiator. dam by
Big B<*ne Leader, that are good enough to go imo uny Ueid and breeders
will not he disappointed in attending my sale. We will sell lo gieat
• sows and yearlings bred to Acheivement. The entalogue gives all par-
ticulars and descriptions of the 35 gilts and IS boars selling and will
Wf hav' no mal,,ng list. Send mail bids to
T S MARSK. Leslie. Martlnaii. in my eare. I will guarantee 'von salts-
SALE WILL BE HELD AT
PRYOR, OKLAHOMA, OCTOBER 7lh, 1920
Auctioneers: Col. Ed Herriff. Tom Morton and Fred Groff.
SEE . . .
ACHIEVEMENT HK 0,TWE,UHS
R. L Cochran
J M. iAh left Monday far Lon An-
imas. Coloi ado. in roopopaq to n -ntr
sag* that his brother. Wray. was ser-
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The oil wells in tht Chelae* Reid,
in wbleh M. C. Hadley, Jap Smith
and other local men are Interested,
are pumping shout fifty barrels a
day We trust these local oil men
tuny gel fleh In their venture
Tom Smith has new house almost
Mrs. Costs was out from Pryor one
day this week.
J. C. Millikan la still carrying his
foot in a sling.
Joe Smith transacted business in
Adair Saturday. _
Mrs. I a-in Collins was shopping in
One of Jack Cloyd's horses died
the first of the week.
Miss Margaret Carter spent Satur-
du> and Sunday at Pryor.
The Wilson boys spent Sunday af-
ternoon with Emory Martin.
Our cotton growers are getting
ready to harvest their crops.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Crow arc Ihe
proud pureals of a hahy Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stokes spent
Sunday at the hums of his parents.
H. J. McCaw and W. H. Slaco
tiansarted business in Pryor Monday.
Mr. and Mr* J. H. Parsons left
Friday for a visit with relatives at
l.eots aud Jaunita Crow spent Sun-
day afternoon with Cherrle and Vir-
Miss Rosa Smith spent the week
end at the home of her brother. Tom
Smith and wife.
Ed Williams and family of Chelsea
visited relatives and friends here and
nl Tip this week.
Zed Moore has a new buggy and
says he is ready to donate some pret- j
ty girl a buggy ride.
Clay Cochran dragged the road he-1
iween Greenbrier store and R. A.
Smith's residence Saturday.
School is progressing nicely, and
there Is a fair attendance. Miss
Mass Margaret Carter is teacher. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sullivan, Miss
Athalee Sullivan, Jack Callison.and
H. C. Millikan were callers at the
nrltton home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Siaeo and
daughters, risltsd relatives at Spav- FEDERAL Oil, ft REFINING STOCK
Inaw and Ballaa Wednesday and
Thursday of last week.
Cacti McLaughlin has taken Dave
Wilson's place as carrier. W* are
sorry to lose aueh a good mall carrier
aa Mr. Wilson, but hope we have
gained one just ts good.
30tt shares for aal* at «S.lo per
share. Par value |1U. per chare.
Phone, Wire or Writ# Bob Psrman ft
Company, «ll American National
Daak Bldg., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Ref. Farmers National Bank. tS-St.
Com# to farmers meeting Friday
Rev. Alexander preached at Osage.
Roy Padgeti and family spent Sun-
dsy at Bob Miller's.
Sunta Vann and family front Big
Cabin visited at W. 8. Lee’s Sunday.
Mrs. Tip Tankersley and little son
spent Monday with Mrs. 0. B. New-
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Newton of
Made spent the week end with home
Mr. and Mrs. Walter I’anter visi-
ted Iasi week at Wallice Livengood’s
Mr. Judd is grading the road be-
tween Osage and town. He will soon
have it in good shape.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watkins visited,
at Claude Nell* Sunday and attended !
Sunday School .and Church at Osage. |
Maude and Grape Punter went
home with their unde, Riley Gifford
Suturdat evening returning home
The people from Osage that heard
the talk Saturday evening admitted
It was the best that they hud heard
for a long time, even though U was
from the tips of a "woman."
When in need of letterheads and
envelopes, why not have some print-
ed at the RepnbUcan office! Our
sperUMy la printing, and we take
lialns with onr work.
For Halr^-Good bam, at a bargain
If taken within two weeks. Mee 4.
K. Vogt. ;MMf
There Is more C.i% iLA —
•* the country than aU other dlssasm
PM together, and for yean W waa sup-
Maid la be Incurable. Doc ton priewthef
koul nmedien and by constantly fafltac
5? s«ee with Inert tnaunoat. pneewieed
II Wearable Catarrh la a local dtooaoa,
gnatly Influenced by eoaatituttonal con-
ditions and therefore require# constitu-
tional treatment Hall's Catarrh Medi-
cine. manufactured l>y F J. Cheney A
On. Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional
remedy. Is taken internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
at the flystrin one Hundred Dotlan re-
ward la offered for tjhy rase that Hair*
Catarrh Modi Ine falls to cure. Bead for
circulars and leslimomals.
F. J. CHUNKY * CO, Toledo, Ohio.
Pills for constipation.
Thn coasplate Electric Light aad
kfrlttKf—Xfl n n .
FARMERS ELECTRIC €9
Ho Ray! Ho Ray!
Look Who’s Coning Back
to Pryor for Fair Week
with All New Hoys, Com-
mencing Monday Night
Sept 27. Dubinsky Bros.
N >. IShow, Located Op-
posite Post Office.
GRACE BEIHL’S JAZZ ORCHESTRA
Look at the
roads for twenty miles
around on a Sunday
Seisef your l/res ec-
cordini to tht rood*
thty hare to trorol:
In sandy or hilly coun
try, wherever the going
11 apt to be heavy—The
U S. Nobby.
For ordinary country
roads—The U. S. Chain
For front wheels—The
V. S Plain.
For best results—
•OVftA COUt SfOftAT
T^HERE isn’t any "country ’
* any more. The automo-
bile has brought the most
remote settlement almost as
close to the center of things
as the next county was in
the old days.
To hear some tire dealers
talk you might think that
nobody knew anything about
tires except the fellow from
That’s not the basis we
We give every man credit
for knowing what he is
spending his money on,
whether he drives up here
in his small car from ten
miles out in the country or
is passing through from the
capital in his limousine.
That’s one thing we like
about U. S. Tires.
They make no distinction
between the small car
owner and the owner of the
biggest ccr in the country.
li’s all the same to them.
So loi.g as a man owns an
automobile — large or small
—he’s entitled to the very
best tire they can give him.
Quality l.as always been
the outstanding feature of
U. S. Tires. There’s no
limit on the U. S. guarantee.
All U.S. Tires are guaranteed
for the life of the tire.
We have given a lot of
thought to this tire proposi-
tion. There is some advan-
tage in being the represent-
ativesof the oldestand largest
rubber concern in the world.
Drop in the next time
you’re down this way and
let us tell you some interest-
ing tacts about tires.
United States Tires
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Mayes County Republican. (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1920, newspaper, September 23, 1920; Pryor, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc957249/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.