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July 6, 1933     The Perkins Journal
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/ DRUGS Toilet Goods Cosmetics Notions Fountain Service CENTRAL DRUG STORE Man must be superior. He is the only animal that could end its troubles by not being dumb. Among the backsets of the year is a revival of Uncle Tom's t abin shows. Europe. interperts international honor to mean. that Uncle Sam must hold the sack. The bicycle won't replace the car if it does come back. 1"he modern dosen't want a vehicle he must keep stepping on. ! : ...i ': .Rev N, Demy says: "'l have jound nothing in the vast 20 years that can take the place of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They are a sure relief [ov ny headache." Sufferer.*; from H e a d a c h e, Neuralgia, Toothache, Backache, Sciatica, Rheumatb:m, Lumbago, Neuritis, Muscular Pain:, Peri- odic Pains, write that they have used Dr Miles' Anti-Pain Pills with hetter resulb; than the',, had' even hoped for. Countless Amorican house- wives would no more think of I-eeping house without Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills than with- out flour or sl.tRilr. Keep a pack- age in ytmr medicine cabinel, and saw: yourself needless :;uffering. At drug stores25c and $1.00 C:) tW . d l t_ g= S " AN]I'i-PAIN PilLIL$" I i L. R. WILHITE M.D. Office Phone .... 94 Res. Phone ..... 15 Perkins. Okla. R. W. HOLBROOK PHYSICIAN Official Physic|an for A. T. & S. F.R.R. at Perkins, Oklahoma. Drug Store Phone 42 Residence t'hone 99 Meets 2nd and 4th Fridays Glenn Carson, WM. Charles Waters, Secretary THE Local News Ray Oliver of Elk City is visit- ing in Perkins with his sister Mrs. Ruby Bateson. Mr. and Mrs. Deck and child- ren of Stillwater visited Mrs, Lena Durst and Almeta Sunday. Little Buddy Bain, of Oklahoma City, is here this week visiting his cousins, Helen and Joe Paul Mr. and Mrs. Guy McClain Lewis. entertained E. M. Long to dinner I last Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred Van Zandtl I.. ". ' t)r and Mrs W B Holidayof and children spent the Fourth at] ...... " . . . ".. " . ..... ^. _,^_ t. ....... ]illlwater tacit sinner at me DIP the W.L. Huuto..u,,,, ,,=,,-i ......... j tara name m verldns ,vionaay. Merrlck. [In the evening they visited atthe Jack, the young son of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Vassar, has been suff- ering quite a lot from an infect- ion on the foot. l George Miller been quite has ill for the past three or four weeks. He was a little better the first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Shannon of Stillwater visited Mrs. Shannon's mother, Mrs. Anna Yates here last Sunday evening. The R. E. Lawrence family 'spent the Fourth at the home of i Mr. Lawrence's brother, John, !four miles east of town. Miss Mac Eaton came over from Stillwater last Saturday and ! spent until Sunday evening visit- i ing relatives and friends. , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Monroe and !Mr. and Mrs. Stearman and chid- ren took dinner with Mr. and PERKINS JOURNAL Sale Day Brings Good Crowd The regularmonthlycommun- An Investment ity sale here last Monday turned out wellconsideringthetimoof In Happiness year and the extremely hot and dry weather. A large crmd Mrs. in town both in the morn- ing and the afternoon. Thel Taken all in all, there is no investment that is so stuff sold at the auction, brought rich in returns, both practica! and sentimental, as good prices, home ownership. It pays in self-respect, besides giving profound personal satisfaction. And when yon buih|, we believe we can give you ample reason to award us your patronage. We are ready to assist you to a satisfactory plan. Our counsel is yours for the asking.and our carefully se- lected stock of building materal will please you, I home of their son, Pete Holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson and daughter from Goodnitht took dinner Monday with her brother Elmer Bateson and tam- fly. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bateson and Willie Bateson and son took dinner with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mac !Anderson of Goodnight, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wells and daughter Patsy, of near Barns- dale, visited Mrs. Wells' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myrick, near Perk- ins. rhey also visited Vyra Rork. Mrs. Carter and son and daughter, who have been living in the Keys property, moved to Tulsa Monday. Mrs. L. Goforth land iamily moves into the Keys property Tuesday. Mrs. Noble Seals Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Nile Chantry i land "family of Oklahoma City i Mr. and Mrs. Flower and[spent the Fourth at Perkins daughter Vera moves into the E. visiting their parents, Mr, and Sherrod property Wednesday. Mrs. W. Chantry and Mr. and They are coming from Cussing. Mrs. S. W. McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parchel of Clinton spent Saturday night here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs..I. Carlile. They were on their way to Springfield and Kansas City Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. John Rowe and children of Shidler drove into Perkins late Saturday afternoon and spent Saturday night and Sunday, visiting at the home of Mrs. Row's cousin, Mrs. Jack Vassar. i . Good Meals Served Family Style 25c Chicken Dinner on Sundays Commercial Hotel FOR Fresh, Vu,e Milk at all times--rain or shine Call Phone 85 Twin Oaks Dairy WM. KNIPE, JR., Manager EAT Hamburgers 5 cents Ice Cream 5 and 10e. Ice Cold Pop Mrs. L.D. Shannon came over from Stillwater on Thursday of last week and she ann her moth- er, Mrs. Anna D. Yates, went over to Guthrie for a visit with Mrs. Grant McFetridge and her daughter, Jaunita. Misses Irma and Mildred left lastFriday marring for a trip into Colorado where they will visit various points of interest. In Kansas they will meet Miss Alberta Sherrod and a $irl friend who will go with them. Before returning home they will visit the World's Fair at Chicago. Mrs. George Miller was pleas. antly surprised Saturday and again Monday when her sisters came in for a visit with her. The three ladies had not been togeth- er for fifteen years. Mrs. Ida Stimson arrived Saturday from Houston, Texas. and Mrs. Ora Traxler came in Monday from Emporia, Kansas. The end of the drouth appears to be near, at least for the pres- ,rot. A good shower fell on Perkins Monday afternoon. Much more fell to the east, west, and south, and it is reported that Guthrie had a twoinch rain. However, Stillwater got no rain at this time, but Tuesday night a rain fell there. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Creagez and children and Mr. and Mrs. Albert WaRe and daughter, all of Go, night, came throudhPerkins Tuesday on their way to Still- water where they spent the Fourh at the home of Mr. and Mrs, D. B. Williamson. Clarence Waite and family went over with these people. Mrs. Williamson is a sister to Albert and Clarence Waite and to Mrs. Creager. Let's Eat Cafe LONG-BELL JOHN BYER, Manager E. M. Long Mrs. a guest at the John Williams home Satur- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Stalcup and children of Goodnight spent the Fourth in Perkins visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Recer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl DecKer took their little daughter, Doris to Cushing last Thursdayand had her tonsils removed She is get- ting along very nicely. Mrs. Guy McClain entertained the members of her bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon of last week. Three tables were played. Mrs. Myrtle Knipe won the prize. John Byer Jr. and Junior Hol- brookspent the Fourth in Still- water visiting la... friends. Most Perkins people celebrated the Fourth in Ripley. Shingle News Mr. Wm. Sporn has been threshing the past week in the neighborhood. The stork left a baby boy at the home of Garner Sears, June 27th. His name is Walter Ray. Floyd Gaither, Wm. Cypert, and Herly Brewer was in Agra Wednesday. Miss Elva Wheeler is at the Sears home assisting in the house work, and taking care cf the baby and mother. F. M. Strickland and family Mrs. Nancy Strickland and son J0el visited at the Ernest Ander. son home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ed Keller visited Miss Leta Mayfield and mother Tues- day week ago. Those who called at the Sears home were: Mrs. Thurman Speer and daughter Florence, Mrs. G. W. Ussary, Mrs. Herley Brewer, Mrs. EdKeller, and Mrs. Helen Herngon. . . . the NEW Electric Range is A Cooking Machine EXACT as the engmeer's watch on the 20th Century Limited . . . THE eng'ineer's watch which controls the operation of a limited train must be accu- rate to the second, for upon it depends the convenience and well-being of the passen- gers entrusted to his care.  The controls of an Electric Range are as accurate as a fine watch, ant1 rightly so, for they must con- duct the cooking opration alone, without the guiding hand of an engineer.' Two scientifically exact instruments do this-- the electric clock and the electric, thermo- stat. That" clock gives you automatic con- trol of the. time for starting the meal and the period during which it cooks. The ther- mostat assures an absolutely fixed heat by means of accurately regulated temperature at all times. These two vigilant watchmen insure perfect results. That's why over 1,000,000 women cook electrically.- Why not learn more ai)out Electric Cook- ery and its many advantages over any oth- er means of cooking? Without obligation, just 'phone or stop at the displayrooms of any merchant sellng electric ranges. See him today. Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. W. H. BOASEN, Manager Guthrie District Courteous, Personal ,,ttention to evert/Customer J