The Hitchcock Clarion (Hitchcock, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 20, 1920 Page: 1 of 6
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Cbc Hitchcock Clarion
Hitchcock, Blaine County, Oklahoma, Thursday, May 20, 1020
C, W- Bergthold, manager of
the laong Hell Lumber Co., of
Okeene, tells us that he has re
higned his position with the
Long Hell which will take effect
May 30th. Mr. Bergthold re
eently took a twenty-day vaca
lion trip to California and decid-
ed that he would go back there
for a few years at least- Mr.
Bergthold’s two daughters live
in California and his main reas-
on for going there is to be near
them. Mr. Hergthold has lived
in Okeene for quite a few years
and is held in high esteem by all
who know him. He is a member
of the Board of Trustees and is
always a leading tigure in any
movement for the bettermerft of
the town. Mr. Hergthold is go-
ing to Reedley, California, locat-
ed near the central part of the
state. He says that he has beeD
working steady now for twelve I
years and at least for awhile in |
tends to take a rest. Hedoesnt1
know just when he will leave i
Okeene, but it will be as soon |
after the 30th of this month as
SI 00.00 FREE
The State of Oklahoma gives
every year to each of two boys
from every county in *the state,
$100 00 to help pay expenses
while attending the Agricultural
and Mechanical College at Still
water. Boys at least sixteen or
over are preferred and they
must have at least an eighth
grade examination. On June 11
and 12 the county superinten-
dent will hold an examination at
Watonga for the Blaine county
boys that want to try for this
$100.00 scholarship. Club mem
bers that have been giving at
tention to the inst> uctions sent
them will have a decided advan-
tage in* this examination. The
questions are sent from the A
& M. College to the county sup
erintendent and the papers of
the contestants are sent to the
college to be graded, For fur-
ther information write to the
County Superintendent or
You will find Graduation Pres-
after the 30th of this month as i Quality Jewelry
he can get his affairs straighten- ents at *
ed up.—Okeene Leader. Store in Watonga.
_ Come in and let us show you.
... « r i We have a nice line of Jewelry,
Charley W.tors, of near Loyal Poontain Pens. Diamond
died suddenly last week of heart 17 UyallierSi pearl Beads,
failure, so we ha.e been inform I and many other thinK8
ed. He has been a resident of , wi„ makc nice presents,
that community for several years cmtthpFTFR
and his death is mourned by I D' W
the entire community. i Phone 155. Watonga, Okla.
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Some Grit Needed
The recent fine rain is going
X) make the rapidly approaching
larvest much better in this
part of the state than was ex-
pected at first. Now is the time
to make preparations and be
ready when hai vest time arrives.
You will notice by the advertise-
ments in the Clarion this week
that you can get your repairs,
binder twine, oils, groceries, ov-
erall s, in fact, ail harvest sup-
plies right here in Hitchcock.
Our merchants believe in pre-
paredness and have prepared for
the oncoming harvest. Their
prices are as low as you will
find in the neighboring towns,
quality considered. Buy it in
We have three big public sale
advertisements in this issue of j
the Clarion- Read them and you
may find advertised for sale just |
what you was looking for.
The Peoples Store
Just Arrived: A new line of
Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s
Expecting a large shipment of
Shoes and Dry Goods any day.
We have an item elsewhere in
this issue to the effect that Carl
Schuber is walking on crutches
this week as the result of an ac-
cident, but a reporter seen him
Wednesday morning without his j
crutches. Carl said Henry Kline
hid them from him and so he I
had to go without them.
Barney Ebert was in Okla-
homa City the fore part of the
I week attending the Grain Deal-
IT TAKES GRIT--
To keep your temeper;
To be honest;
To pay your debts;
To get up in time to at-
tend Sunday School,
But It’s Worth Trying
We just learned that Mrs.
Manuel Rouce died at her home
| near Watonga Sunday, May 2.
Mrs. Rouce was the mother of
J. A. Rouce of east of Elitchcock-
Hess StockFood, $2.50 for 25
pound bucket.. Why pay the
peddler twice this price?
tf Raines Drug Store.
1 Gallon Apricots for 85c 1 Gallon Plums 95c
1 Gallon Syrup 95c. Good No. 3 Tomatoes, 2 for 35c
Best grade large Pineapple per can 40c
Good No. 3 Sweet Potatoes for 20c and 25c
Those wishing harvest supplies will
do well to see us before purchasing.
We can and will save you money.
Quick Sales and Small Profits.
W. D. GREEN
Buy Your Spring and Summer
Dress Ginghams NOW
For the week beginning Saturday May 15th and ending
Saturday May 22, we will will sell our
45c Ginghams at 39c 40c Ginghams at 36c
35c Ginghams at 31c 30c Ginghams at 26c
Also a great reduction on our Voiles, Flaxon, Dimity and
Lawns. Blue, Grey and Red Percales that have been
selling for 40c and 45c now selling at 36c.
We have a complete line of Mens Hats, Shaes,
Unionalls, Overalls, and Shirts for your spring wants
and Prices are RIGH1.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
of its all-round serviceability. b . , 31 ^_inch tires front and
lighting system and demountable runs ™ doors_roomyseat,
rear. Large plate glass widows. ^Xater-proof. Breezy
upholstery deep and substantiab Dust P™* ^er. A11 the
and cheery m fine w^fth®f’d fLdabilitJ with small cost for opera-
established Ford mp^S busines8 and professional men who drive it
tion and upkeep. For ousm driving it is the one car
tiiat^elivers^all expectations. The demand is large so order, should
be left with us without delay.
Scott & Ortner
Wakefield & Schuber
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Bain, R. E. The Hitchcock Clarion (Hitchcock, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 20, 1920, newspaper, May 20, 1920; Hitchcock, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1171739/m1/1/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.