The Hitchcock Clarion (Hitchcock, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 20, 1920 Page: 2 of 6
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Che IHItchcoch Clarion
O. A f)t*kr ft (on Owner*
H. E. Bain, Editor
! ubli he<l ever}- Tnnrcflay at Hitch-
co'k, Oklahoma, and entered an sac*
(Dd'diM matter March :'7, 1908, at
aaid pofltottce under Act of CongreM
cf March 3, 1879.
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Inside the coonty 11.00 per year
Ontelde the county $1.60 per year
The Clarion i* ynurliientl and ii wining to
give autwc liber* in Blame county credit on your
euh*c riptmn a* long a* the l«w allow*—one
year, lull It a*k* you to keep your Miberrlptlnn
paid In advance if you can 1 real the Clarion
a* a friend welch yonr name labels and when
soni lime I- out if yon don’t want the Clarion
and don l intend to pay for il, please notify ii
Mrs. D. A. Drake and Mrs.
Frank Drake went to Enid Tues-
day. returning Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Oronkhite
of Watonga, were visiting at the
Scott home Monday evening.
J. J. Ehrlich is now a reader
of the Clarion, having had his
name placed on our subscrip-
tion list while in town Monday.
IJncle .lake Kaltenherger and
wife loft Wednesday for an ex-
tended trip in Kansas, Colorado
Carl Schuber is walking on
crutches this week as a result ot
having jumped from a high rack
in his store, to save himself from
falling He landed on the ce-
ment floor flat-footed, straining
the arches of both feet. Dam
age fully covered by insurance,
Cornelius Thomas, an old time
resident of Blaine county, who
has been located in California tor
several years, arrived here with
his family the latter part of last
week. He is back with a view
of locating. Old Blaine county
is hard to beat.
The Hitchcock schools close
this week. The baccalaureate
sermon was delivered last Sun
day by Rev, Juchli at the school
exercises are to be held tonight
at the auditorium. The gradu-
ating class is as follows: Ruth
Barnett, Hulda Ebert and Fred
Irion. And to ye graduates we
would say: Let not your diplo-
mas make fools of you. Do not
imagine that because you are
educated that it will he degrad
iug for you to engage in any of
the useful avocations of life.
Education is a good thing. But
education without practical, ev-
ery day common sense does not
accomplish much Here’s wish-
ing you all success
The Reel Theatre is becoming
a very popular pleasure resort,
playing to packed houses fre-
quently. Monday night the
house was so crowded there
wasn’t even standing room left.
Several knockers were heard to
say when the picture show was
being put in. that it would not
pay in a small town like this,
but it seems to be paving pretty
good. The people of Hitchcock
and community like to see a good
show as well as anybody and
they don’t like to be forced to go
ten or twelve miles to see one
There are several more lines of
business that would pay well
here if someone only had the
faith in the town to put them in.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion ot the ear. There la
only ooe way to cure catarrhal deatneaa.
ana that Is by a constitutional remedy.
CsUntAl Deafness is caused by an in-
flamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im-
perfect hearing, and when it Is enttrsiy
dosed. Deafness is tbs result. Unless the
inflammation can be reduced and thla tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever Many cases of
deafness are caused by catarrh, which Is
an Inflamed condition of the mucous sur-
faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
needlts to change
H. J. HIM I Mi
tlvi. fjli wvoJiae oj S^axcuj.-.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
BLAINE CC >U NT Y ST AT E 0 F
In the Matter of the Estate
of (.<**« No....
Phillip Welt*, Iieceased.
NOTH ETO CKHHTORS
All pereona having claims against
Phillip Weitz, decent), d, are required
to preaent the eume with the D*ce*
ary vouchers to the undersigned Ad
miniatrator at his residence in the
Town of Hitchcock, Blaine Cooflty
Oklahoma, within four months of the
•late hereof or the same will he lo*-
luted May 5th 192U.
J. P. Weitz, Administrator.
.1. I’ Wisluid, Alty. for Administrator
The Best Advei ti-ement
The best sdvertltciTieiii auv merchant can
hsve l» s satufled cuitotner No artaier ice
onmiendatlou cso b« given an uilitle than the
following by K B Mllhurn Prop t.ulon orug
Store Onion Ark We have .old 'Cha nhhi
lain* Cough Remedy fot yesitand have always
found that it give pence! Mttnfacliun
Just What She Needed
•'I u*ed a Buttle of Chamberlain's Tablets
some lime ago and they piorjeri to be just what
I needed, writes Mr* Volta Banksrn Chilli-
cothe Mo. ’’They not only rein ved me of in.
digestion but toned up my liver and rid mo of
backache and dlszinr** that I had bean «iib.
ject to for some time They did me a world of
good and 1 will always speak a good word for
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
•ny earn of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir-
culars free. Ail Druggists. 76c.
F. 4, CBfiEST ft CO., Toirto, a
Suffers from indigestion are apt to become
discouraged and feel that complete recovety is
not to be hop4d for. No one could make a
greater mistake Hundreds have been permau.
ently cured by taking Chamberlain's Tablets
and can now eat anything that they crave The
tablets strengthen the stomach and euable il to
perrorm it* functions naturnlly. If yon have
n ol tried them do so at once.
WILLIAM H. WOOTEN
LICMStd Eabalaer and Funeral Director
With R. Bowley & Sons
Day Phone 127 Night Phone 200
Watonga, • Oklahoma
Prints No. 2 or smaller 3Jc each
Prints No. 2A to No. 3 4*c each
Rolls devoloped 10c each.
Packs 15c each
Post Card Sizes 5c each
Report of The Condition of
THE FIRST BANK OF HITCHCOCK
At Hitchcock, in the State of
Oklahoma, at the close of
business, May 4, 19*20
Loans and Discounts 4123,1)38.71
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 620 21
Securities with Banking Board 394.72
Hanking House 2,206.56
Furniture and Fixtures 1,1(4.88
Due from Banks 48,945.64
Bills of Exchange 23,713.65
Cash in Bank 4,313.81
Capital Stock Paid in *10,000.00
Surplus Fund 5,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Expenses
and Taxes Paid 1,834.64
Reserved for taxes 1,876.79
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check 148,494.93
Time Certificates of Deposit 22,122.90
Cashier’s Checks Outstanding 365.48
Notes and bills Rediscounted 15,153.44
Col. Dan Betz
Open to take dates at all times
Make dates at Clarion Office
State of Oklahoma
I, J B Scott, Cashier of the above
named Bank, do solemly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief, so help
me God. J. B. Scott, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 8th day of Ma,y 1920.
SEAL) D. A. Drake, N. P.
My commission expires March 8,1921
J. T. Cronkhite
Auto insurance against loss by
theft or fire. D. A. Drake & Son
It’s Oil Cooled
• ID you ever stop to consider what oil-cooling
' to the OilPull tractor owner?
There’s no water to carry, as oil does not evaporate.
You can operate the OilPull on the hottest days with no
danger of a boiling radiator. The OilPull can be run in
the coldest weather without any danger of freezing or
need of ever draining the radiator. Oil does not deposit
scale in the cylinder jacket or rust the cooling system
The OilPull oil-cooling system keeps the motor at the
right temperature at all loads. It allows the engine to
quickly come to proper working temperature in cold
weather. It does away with a cooling fan. Once filled
the OilPull cooling system will go indefinitely without
replenishing. The OilPull cooling system is the kind that
you can forget.
That’s just one of the many features about the OilPull
that have put it where it is today—in the front rank.
There are a lot more things about the OilPull that aro
worth looking into and we can now supply this famous
•il-burning, oil-cooled tractor in four sizes—12-20, 16-30.
HM0 and 30-60 H. P.
SCOTT & ORTNER
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; Farmers Elevator Co. I
*. Hitchcock, Ukla (hone No. 8 £
X ✓ V,
*. II you are a member, this is your elevator; its profits **
F F F F ** S’ F F F F r F F F S' >' F K S’ F F F F
are yours. It not a member, why not join? : : :
Why No! falroiilze Your Own Business?
Old Harness Repaired
Bring in your old harness and have
them repaired and dipped. I will
treat you right.
We have heard a great deal about “prepared-
ness” during the past few years. While no one
really likes trouble, it is a good thing to prepare
for it if you know' it is coming.
Preparedness is half the battle. If you are going
to fight, the quicker you get your coat off, the bet-
ter. Financially, if there is a possibility ot hard
times ahead, prepare tor it by accumulating an ac-
count at a reliable bank like ours, vvhere your
funds will be carefully safeguarded and always
subject to your check when needed,
first Bank of ‘tlitcbcoch
Tut Mark ok Quautv Lumber
Look For This Lumber Trade Mirk
The newest trade-marked building material is lumber. For
years it was thought impossible to trade mark it. But the
Long Bell Lumber Company now brands its lumber on the
end wit the name Long Bell, as shown in the above illus-
This trade-mark stands for over thirty years of lumber
manufacturing experience, the best of timber, modern
mills and careful grading which assures uniform high
Home builders recognize the value of our building assistance
just as the recognize “quality lumber,” by the brand it
bears. Both are available for your service, Let us serve you.
Long-Bell Lumber Company
S. I. SWANSON, Mgr.
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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/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.