Mayes County Republican (Pryor, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1919 Page: 2 of 6
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MAYES COUNTY REPUBLICAN
couYty RKH ni.ii A\
Hr 1. I* Ilarding A Ann
Gstered at Ihc I'ryw, Oklahoma
Pdtofflce oi> seconucla-t matter
Dlapiar. per tingle column Iuch...l3e
Loctlt, per line.................... ac
Locals In black face tviio, line,. 10c
Legal Notices,..............la-gal Rates
Obituary Poetry, per line...........10c
Carda of Thanks, per line, r.c
Church Entertainments, where
an admission Is charged, line, *.r
On# Tear, In Advance It, so
Eight Months,............. i.i.o
Advertisers are gun mm ceil n gett-
ers! circulation in Pryor, Mayes
Count) and Northeastern Oklahoma.
_Thursday, May i!». I»l«*
THE HOME MERCHANT
The Home Merchant Who is he?
He Is the chap who gives you cre-
dit when you are financially broke,
and carries your account until you
are able to pay.
He in the chap who gives )ou
back your money or makes exchang-
es when you are not satisfied with
what you buy.
He la the chap who meets you at
the door with a handshake, and lets
you out with a message to the ‘kids’
and a real "come again" goodbye.
He la the chap whose clerks and
bookkeepers and other employes live
here in Pryor and spend their money
with you and with other local peo-
Ha is the chap who helps support
our churches and charitable organi-
tatlona, and talks for the home town
and boosts for it every day in the
He la the chap who visits you in
times of sickness, sends flowers to
your family when you die, and fol-
lows your body out among the trees
and tombs, as far aa human feet nun-
travel with the dead.
He la the Home Merchant—your
neighbor—your friend—your helper
in time of need.
Don’t you think you ought to do
your trading with him. und he his
friond and hia helper?
Don’t you realise that every dol-
lar that you tend out of town ror
merchandise Is sent to strangers—to
men who never spend a dollar here;
to men who would not trust you for
n box of matches?
You don’t save much, frequently
nothing, when you send your money
out of town for goods, and you take
all the risk of short weight or meas-
ure end of getting damaged or in-
And don’t you know that the pros-
perity and growth of this town de-
pends very largely upon the Huecess
and prosperity of the Home Mer-
chant? Out of town people Judge
our city by the appearance of our
stores, and by the degree of enter-
prise shown by our merchants.
And our home merchants cannot
succeed unless home folks give them
FRIDAY just got home fiom a
purl) wicb 1 attended tonne J E.
was there * we
wieli liiortlv is
kissing who Kv-
J *’ l,‘r •’ -■ <’1
stamp which is 3
'* 1 woiryeil t, thoiit
IgHM limy lie she would
she In he
M _ in the room I sod
want me kiss
|you turn yurc hod
sue iliddunt -4 1
did. Man O man it was juatlike ber-
rying yure face in a hundtull of fresh
Dewey vllets. A I used 2 think ice
cream was good. Wen 1 went out
they ast J. E. 2 rail a kustomer k she
sed nothing doing Im sold out k she
cum out with me. (luess may be I
aint strong. No sleep fur me Ionite.
SATURDAY Had a nuther tlte to-
day with Slimev Lukins. Cum home
kiuda mussed all up k mu red 2 me
youve ben titeing again k Im asham-
of you k I replied if she end see
Slimey she wood he mltey proud of
SUNDAY— after sunduv skool Juke
k me found a nest of little bitsy Koh-
hlns wich hnd just a llttel bit of hair
on there backs. The cutest llttel
MONDAY— Jake found a tooth
brush k washed his teeth aud wen
leecher seen him she was Suprized
and wanted 2 know wat was the
matter with him.
TUESDAY Squeaky Stone has the
meenest pa in this hear hole town.
Ills pagive him a dime if he wood go
to bed las nite without his hirpper.
Wich he did. And this morning.his
pa charged him a dime for his brek-
rust before he wood let him eat eny.
Sed he et 2 much.
WEDNESDAY--pa was out pritty
late las nite k mu looked the (lore on
him k wen pa tried 2 get in he cud-
ent finely ma went 2 the window k
sed wat do you want k pa anserred
A sed I want 2 stay here all nite A
ma sed. All rite go ahed A stay there
Wich he did It was a nice warm
nite tho. But pa diddent seam 2
like it much.
THURSDAY—teecher was expian-
eing how you cant add tree* A men
nor take ottermobeels frum horsps
and etc. A Jake ast if You cuddent
take milk from rows A I sed ma cud
take money friim pas pocket, if he
LETS PULL TOGETHER.
Every town should make the most
of ita advantages. Every town Is pe-
culiarly fitted for some one enterprise
more than another. As soon as It
ascertained what would be the most
conducive to the growth and pros-
perity of the place, the citizens
should take hold of the matter and
puah it for all It la worth
One man cannot make a town The
newspapers cannot do it. But the
newspaper with the wide-awake men
and women of the town all pulling
together can make a big difference
In a town
Every man who succeed* In a town
la a help to It. The more money he
makes and spends in the town, the
better for the entire community. The
larger business he builds up. the
more he advertises, Just that much
more la attention called to the town
♦ town cannot build up without help
llg the country. The interest of
one is the interest of all.
We can build Pryor up Let's all
It was not so very long ago that
the famous Starr gang, the Dalton
gang and other famed bands of out-
laws rode about over Mayes county.
shooting up the towns and carrying
oft the loot. There are several "old
timers" in Pryor now, who remember
vividly the visits of these "hard
boiled” men to Pryor, Adair and Cho-
tesu, An article is being prepared
for the Republican relating some of
the experiences these “old tiinert"
went thru during the wild and wool)
days. It will appear some time dur-
•»* the month of June, in the Re-
publican—watch for It.
Drought Dark Victory.
Wordsand Music J. Gabriel.
We'll rally to the colors
When we have to go to war.
We lake 0 trip und do our bit
Upon a foreign shore.
>'ouie million:, strong will King a song
As Yunkees always do- -
fcons of Old Glory are brave and true,
Por freedom on the ocean
And freedom everywhere,
The Yankee* took a notion
The trouble* over there.
All faithful to their duty
Their objec to obtain
The) ull deserve he glory
With a skip und a hop right over the
Ami broi hack victory again (top
We do tiuRi ull others
As we'd have them do to us
We never interfere with them
Until they slurt a fuss
And when they do they'll surely rue
They got us in it too
We show what the il. 8. A cun do.
Sailors on the ocean,
Aviators in the air
The soldiers are In motion
For the Yankees everywhere
We’ll all salute the colors
Of he Redd. White und the Blue
Star Spungled Banner we ull love you
Adair Couple Married
Pied England, 21. aud Miss Joule
DeLozier .IE. popular couple of Ad-
air, weie married yesterday after-
noon in the county Judge's office,
by Judge T. L. Marteney. The Re^
publican wishes them happiness.
John Haas, of Prague, has been in
ibis neighborhood this week, look-
ing over the country with u view to
'"lying a farm. Mr. Haas is an old
friend of \ntnn (’alia, of this city.
Mrs. Otto Schultz und children
arrived lust week from Walunt, Kan-
sas. to join Mr. Schultz, who is em-
ployed in the Pryor Creamery. The
family will live in the second house
of the DeLane Hotel, on South Vann
The Junior Missionary. Band will
ulve a social at the residence of J. J.
MeParland.corner or South Second
■nd Vann streets this evening at sev-
en o’clock Plenty or ice crenm and
.1 jolly time is promised those who
After June I, I will sell potato
plants for $3.IMI a thousand. F.O.I1.
Pryor. Por those outside of Pryor
IS rents extra per thousand will he
chargisl for postage.
It. (J. French.
Ex-SherifT Joe Ross and wife were
over from Locust Grove Saturday,
calling on relatives and friends.
The returned home Sunday, accom-
panied by Mrs. Ross’ sister, Mrs. Clay
Clark and little daughter.
.A big "flying circus" is scheduled
for Locust Grove next Tuesday and
Wednesday. A Canadian army plane
is to be there and will make several
exhibition flights, carrying passen-
gers at ten dollars a throw.
Quite a bit of good work has been
done during the past week, on the
principal streets of Pryor. A num-
ber of low places have been filled and
men have been at work cleaning up
the traah and mud that had collected
In the gutters along Main street.
Chas. Church, son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Church of Loeust Grove, hat
returned from overseas. He was a
member of the Ambulance unit ol
the Rainbow division, and was in th<
thickest of the fighting. He has
many trophies of the war, including
; helmets, metal badges, and a trench
What little talk we have heard
among the farmers this week would
indicate that they are not going to
pay above $3.50 per day for harvest
wages this year. Some say that they
will not pay more than three dollars.
Maye* county is not so niurh con-
cerned with the wage problem as the
counties further west, where the
farmers will be compelled to pay
higher wages or not he able to har-
vest tkplr crops Outside workers
will not come to Oklahoma to har-
vest for $3.00 a day wnen they can
get $5.00 to $8.00 III Western Kan-
sas and Nebraska
Floyd Crum and Roy Hurdlng mo-
tored to the Military district, four
miles northeast of Pensacola. Friday
night, and met with a number of the
musically Inclined folks of that com-
munity. They had asked Crum to
organize and direct the band, in case
sufficient interest was manifested in
the plan and the Friday night meet-
ing was to see how many wunted to
take up the work About a dozon
were in attendance and most of them
talked iiyavor of the Idea, but noth-
ing definite was done, pending a
community meeting held on Monday-
night of this week, the result of
which we have not yet learned.
Charter No. S046y Res Dlst. 10
/ Report of tin' Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Pryor. In the State of Oklahoma,
at the close of business on May 12th,
Loans aud discounts.......$238,094.78
Overdrafts secured.......... 214.66
U. S. Bond to secure cir-
U. 8. Bonds owned and
and unpledged............ 5,000.00
Liberty Loan Bonds un-
Securities other thanU.S.
bonds! not including st-
ocks) owned unpledged 18.330.52
Stock of Federal Reserve
Furniture and fixtures.... 100.00
Real estate owned other
tkun banking house .... 9,5o;/.l3
Lawful reserve in Fed-
eral Reserve Bank..... 17,000.00
Cash in vault and net amt.
due from national bnks 31.592.42
Net amount due from
buks, etc.......................... 00 (hi
Checks on other bsnks in
same town us reporting
Total 14 to 18. $33,190.17
Checks on banks outside of
city of rporting hnk.. 34.83
Redemption fund with U.
S. Treasurer............. 1,025.00
Capitul stock puid In ..$ 5(1,000.00
Surplus mud....... 45,11110.no
Undivided profits, less cur-
rent expenses. Interest
and tuxes puid 4,637.81
Amount reset ved for taxes
Amount reserved for all in-
interest accrued 4,000.00
Circulating notes outstand
Cashiers cheeks on own
hunk outstanding 287.15
Individual deposits subject
to check 147.589.13
State, eounty or other
municipal deposits..... 21.651.95
Certificates of deposit 61.229.92
Postal savings deposits . 702.28
State of Oklahoma. County of
I, Karl J Moore. Cushier of the
above named bunk, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. Karl J. Moore, .Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to me before
me (his 17th day of May, 1919.
(Seal) C. D. Mitchell, Notary Public.
My commission expires June 22.192D
Correct Attest: W. A. Grahum,
W. F. Woodward
J W. Shutt,
City Transfer hauls everything.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, os llisr
cannoi rea.h Ih* «.*i of the disease
Catarrh is a iu,al disease, greatly In-
tlui-ncad by constitutional ...million., and
In order to cure '( : u iini.-i lake an
Internal rental)-. Hall s Caiurrh Medi-
ci,;* iH intfriMlly amf tu.it thru
the blood on the ti$u« out eurfacee of the
system Hall's t'sturrh M(Maine wat
prescribed by one ot the b* et phyelcitna
In thlt country for years It it com*
poted of touie of the Deal toliici known,
combined with some of the t>ett blood
purifiers The perfect < ornhin «tion of
the inrredhntt in lull's Catarrh Medi-
cine it what prcnlui et tucii wonderful
reiultt in catarrhal condition*, bend for
F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Prop* . Toledo. O.
All Druffiats, T5v
Hall't Family Pill* for
DR. II. H. WYNNE. (M il,INI
107, Broadway Circle,
(2 doors East)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Practice limited to the diseases
(Medical and Surgical) of the
Kye.Kur, Nose and Throat. The
Scientific Application of lenses
((•lasses) to the Eye receives
My Attention. One Regular vis-
it to your city Each Six Weeks
Pryor. Nat., May 24 to Hun-
tley, May 16, X:OA P. M.
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
OisrcTos OsNtRAL or Railroads
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad
Will be made June 1,1919
Particulars will he Furnished at Ticket om.-c.
FARM LANDS WANTED
£2 “si -
I MAKE FARM LOANS, NO DELAY. QUICK ACTION.
OTIS R. (TRETON.
Phones 4AO —IAA41. Room 2d*. Raymond Building.
Mu one in' Pryor who luffen been*
sdhe, headache*, or dirt ceasing nr
iaary ill* can afford to ignore thi.
Pryor man’* twice-told etory. It ie
confirmed testimony that no Pryor
resident can doubt
B. G. French, Prop, of a grocery, 8
Adair 8t., sayt: “My eight became
blurred and the kidney secretions
were too frequent in passage, scanty
and highly colored. I leaned of
Doan’s Kidney Pills and bought some.
They soon improved my health and I
give them my higheat endorsement.”
HASN’T SUFFERED SINCE
On November 2, 1916 Mr. French
added: “I am glad to say that I have
had no need of Doan’s Kidney Pills
for a long time, as I am not afflicted
with kidney trouoie any more.”
60c, at all dealers. Foatc -Milburn
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Illuck-fucr Ibali are business-get-
♦♦♦-fe fa ♦e-e-ee-*
F»e—fa family kp
THE OWL DRUG STORE
j. j. McFarland,
(Inspection* Made 1 mined
Office I hi Door Kaut of t he
Qflice Phone 110
Res. Phone 86
Pryor, — Oklahoma.
BUY VICTORY LIBERTY noNDH
Will give $0.1.IN) per glOO.OA.
Pryor loinri Company.
Ily Geo. W. Cotui, Neretar).
For Electric Current
NEW RATE EFFECTIVE WITH MAY HILLING:
First 100 KWH. 15c per KWH
Next 100 KWH, 10c per KWH.
All over 2nd KWH, 8c per KWII
8 l"*r rent Discount for imyiilenl
williln It) duy* from date of billing.
City Light & Ice Company
W. E. ItIDDl.K. Mgr.
SPLENDID OKLAHOMA FARMS
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS
1S) Acre* an lie X lie lie km X nvv nvv
«e A « >4 ne M> X *e ne *e 22-21 1.1
320 Acres ne X- ill* *vv <4 <1-23-1.1 X
*'i m"! 31-24-13 SIll.tHHi
17(1 Acres ctj km X u «4 se X km ne
*e 20-20-10 mti.lMin
121) Aries nlj of mi i, X km L of Ke
>4 22-23-1.1 $1,200
SO Acre* k*j Ke I0-2H-I 4 $3,000
40 Acres se sc 20-2M-I I $1,100
100 Acres m ' j se X e • . km X sc ne
SO Acres lll.svv 22-20-IN M2.MIMMMI
loo Acres c>4lie X n'J se
2-22-10 .„ Mi.400.00
120 Acres tv >3 ne>, X se i,
of ne 14 20-22-20 St.MOO.OO
270 Aries SM 3 x- e >3 ne se X se se*4
unil nc ne 0 mill in- se ne IO-K-21
120 Acres i'lj kmX-sm km 33-1.1-17
so Acres m '» se sm O ami e»j ne iim
X nvv ne 7-12-10 M2.Moo
120 Arles n 14 nn X se iim 33-14-17
$ I ,MOO
Tciiiik One-fourth caah; one-fourth in five ennui annual payment*; on-
hulf in ten years nt 7 per cent
money to loan
maybh county farms
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
C. D. MITCHELL '
’ MAYnrt COUNTY FARMS.
13U acre* Sec 25 k 36-22-19. $45.Im
1(MI acre* in Sec 20-23-20, mnooth.
all in grass $25.60
37 acre* *w se 22-23-19, I mile of
•'dalr ............................... $40,110
32n acre* e'j Sec. 7-23-20. improv-
Hole! In Adair, Okla. $2,Sou.no
farms IN CRAIG COUNTY.
•0 ai’ie» h4,*w 17-27-21 $26.00.
210 acre* Sec. 25-26-21, 3 mile* of
. Af,on $15.00
10 acre* 111,4 ne 14-27-20 $32 50
AI»o other Farm* in Craig County.
AIko have (arm* in Mo*kogee, Alc-
lnto*h, Nowata, Roger*, Waahington
end Wagoner Counlie* Send for
Hat und teim*.
IfMOT, Commerce llldg.,
Kamui* City, Mo„ or
PRYOR LAND tNI.. CONN BROS,
Will furnish abstract allowing good tide.
AH land* (hat ure leased, buyer will gel royalty.
All hind* most be sold aubject to 1919 rental contract.
J. S. CALFEE, j
33 Kingsbury Place, SI. la,uls, Mo. 1
YOU IIET I’VE GOT A DANIIY SET OK HARNESS. YEN silt
GOT IT AT ’
J. H. JOHNSON’S
STEADY (i.'.IT AND EAST DRIVING DOESN’T HARM IT % HIT
—^THAT’S WHY I’M IN A HU HIM WHEREVER I’M GOING.
IT'S AS SMOOTH AS MOLASSES ON THE HIDE, TOO AND IF
THE OUTFIT EVER DOES WEAR OUT I’M GOING TO GET AN.
OTHER AT "V
J. H. Johnson’s.
SAY. WHY DON’T YOU TRY HIM SOMETIME?
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