The Quinlan Mirror. (Quinlan, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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Rol.m Mooriy. Vice 1'ies
(Joo. Gerlach. Vioe l'res."
QUINLAN, WOODWARD COUNTY, OKLA. JULY
Joi n ,1. Gerlach,
mi V Hi.v. Cashier
Bertha Qelmuar.Ass'i Cashier
1893 OLOK8T BANK IN WOODWARD COUNTY- 1908
THE GERLACH BANK.
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eposits, Large or Small.
State, County and City Depository,
Interest paid on Time Certificates of De|
We issue Money Orders, American Bankers' Association Form,
Call and see our Solving Banks.
Every accommodation Km ended consistent with safe and conservative Banking.
Woodward, Okla. weso,. .. „r
Spccial school '
Districts No. 49, 116 a.r>d 117 to
Vote on Consolidation
July 9 th.
This is the age of progress, and
the schools are uot to be left b( j
The o r-oil.! ;t.ion of ru
districis is boing praet
great many places, and ti
Dltttcultieu aire the
Decent diet cures more Ills than de-
The silent man be
llnd a cannon
The oldest and dullest brow may
wear the brightest jewel.
Zoological note: Down on Cape Cod
they are irakin;; the Band fly.
) Thore la no alloy In the pleasure of
.those who glv ' to little children.
, It ts 24 ksratK Qt-
The First National Bank
Some reasons why you should he
what we have to offer as absolut.
; j 'blOO
one of our •justomers and
security to osr depositors:
1st. #50,000.00 Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
•' ''"v St, khohlers.
1 tli "id Poaponsibilitv.
• • i ''. H8 guaranty rund'of the
'• ■ -;"*'d Electric Burglar Proof Vault
which has never been defeated.
BOOTS, SHOES, NOTIONS.
T'ie most complete stock of General Alerchandis
riise in town.
AT THE OLD STAND.
I have again openel up tor business at the-old stand and will handle
FRESH and SALT MEATS and ICE
Highest market price in cash paid for
liuttpr, Eggs, Hides
| A share of your ' ^
..All Kinds of Building Material...
L. C. HELPMAN, Mgr.
mint is Brand Saw.
iJC'Ht 1 iMUjN.
Call on us s=vt New Brxrn
L. M. WASHBURN
PRESCRIPTION WOltK A Sl'EC? AI/FV
QUINLAN DRUG CO.
Full Line of Bewails Pure Paints.
R. F. COCKERILL, PROP
Our Former Statements
Supported by Unimpeachable
rr vn -. „ ,, Wichita, Kan., 5-6-8.
J o Whom it May Concern:
We herewith certify that L, H.
Oldfield has been buying harness
leather from us and that every pur-
chase he has made has been of the
very best Pittsburg Oak Harness
Leather that we handle or in fact,
that anyone can handle, lie has
never bought any harness leather
from lis only the very best, and we
will guarantee the leather that we
have sold to him to be first class
in every respcct He, in turn, can
guarantee his work to his customers
and has our authority to replace
any defective straps made out of
WllfllP an^ 'ea^'ier hougRt from us.
mooreland, ok. Very respectfully,
sale Harness Co. Woodward "ekmannsanfokosad.
CO. W ichita, Kansas, May G, 1908
graded school, and the tost of
maintaining such a school is no
more than that of the country
school that ruus only three or four
months during the year.
While the system is new to our
people, they are anxious to learn of
it and have been getting reports
from localities where it has beeu
tried and are satis',led that nothing
but good can come of the movement.
Three districts—49, 110 and 117
—have called an election and ou
next Thursday, July 9, the first
vote in Woodward county for the
consolidation of school districts
will he cast.
The people are to be commended
for their interest in education, and
while the result of the election can
not be foretold, there is every rea-
son to believe the people will vote
for the consolidated school, and
not be satisfied until we have a
school that is equalled only by the
Under the system the schol'.rs
rom a distance are delivered at
the building each morning and tak-
en home in a wagon furnished by
the school board, under the care
of a trusted man whd is under bond
for the safedelivery of the children.
This does away with the loitering
on the road, where all mischief is
started, and of the tramping thro
the storms by the pupils.
If the election carries, the dis-
trict will erect a new building, and
it will require a corps of three
teach en and a principal to handle
the school from the start. The
school will be graded and a hi
school course will be added where
the pupil can tit himself lor busi-
ness just the same as at Alva or
some other point where it has beeu
necessary to send them as soon as
they had passed the 4th reader, as
in the past.
How much better every mother
will feel to have her child at home
every night and at the same time
receiving the advantage of a good
school, a school where they can'be
fitted for life's work. Such a
school as this is the result of con-
8 olidation. Education in the high-
er branches is brought right to
your door. All you have to do to
receive these benefits is to reach
out and grasp it.
Tt is seldom that such opportuni-
ties are presented to the people of
a new country as are presented to
us at this time to secure for our
children the advantages in school-
ing— and a good education is the
best inheritance left to a child—as
is presented to the people of these
districts at this time.
It is the duty of every voter to
attend this election and cast their
ballot ou this question. Study the
matter over from every point and
then go to the polls and be sure
that your neighbor goes, too.
There is but one result if each one
will do his duty, aud that result
will be a school that not only our
people will be proud of, but one
the entire couutry will point to
Gardner's for bargains in shoes.
Somebody has discovered that there
are 44 roads which load to hell. It is
probali'. that tlyy are all finely paved
at the start.
If Count nonl should really reform
and go into politics It would be an up-
lift that might well cause the Gould
family to take a second look at him.
Sir Thomas Lipton is evidently nib-
bling at the America's cup bait, but
will he bite? Defeats do have a ten-
dency to grow monotonous.
"What the Human Race Owes to
the Moon" 1$ the title of a current
magazine article. We fear Luna 1b
going to have trouble collecting.
"Necessity cannot be placarded or
dismissed," says the Baltimore Amer-
ican. Go on—didn't you ever need a
new suit of clothes and have to for-
The "Es;:cranio waits" lias arrived.
It is probably intended to enable the
wnltzers to say something moro than
"Isn't the music lovely?" or "What a
splendid floor this is."
New York barb: rs are threatening
to refuse to cut the hair of man who
shave themselves. G'ila who are anx-
ious to get married should make haste
to leara the hair-cuttim: business.
W e arc in the Roll of Honor Class as one of the Chiton -
''"J !U"1 National Banks in the United States.
8th. We are United States Depositary.
th. We arc State Depositary.
10th. We are County Depositary.
"Ji- j!tle[eKl flowed on time deposits and savings accounts.
utn. We have lots ot money to loan our customers. During
the panic we continued to loan when all others
13th. We arc the only National Bank in Woodward County.
14th. We are the Oldest and Largest National Bank in West-
I5th. Do your business with us as we are always in line with
I.lige finance and can do you more good than any
Bank in this part of the west.
10th. Trv us and get ease of mind and Complete Satisfaction
.Join the multitude and be with us. "We are the Bank
of and for the People."
The P irst National Bank
of Woodward, Okla.
"Literary work is conducive to long
life In woman," sr.. > the London
Chronicle. England's own Oulda, re-
marks the Atlanta C* • lution, is a
pathetic procf that t i sometimes
live too lor;;*
of Lou. :u
can of i:
V l:;g across a
1 more harm than a
over food on a din-
;\:r: her more the buz-
zards don't a"t that, way, anyhow.
It sounds weii for an Investor to
say that he- has harnessed th" sun, but
has he aaked the sun's permission?
In these days, when we split hairs
over the consent of the governed, a
thing*like that should not bo over-
According to the Y/asbin'ton Post,
"an English scientist claims to have
discovered that Darwin was wron;;
when he said men were descended
from monkeys." Now let that "sclcn
tist" read Darwin, and be can make
the further discovery that Darwin
didn't say it.
SECURITY ^TATE gANK
Or MOORELAND. OKLA.
We appreciate your business and assure you that our every effortj is to give
therough^satisfaction. Try us.
J. C. Krouth, prk8, John Arnold, v. p, G. R. Bayhingkr, cab
L. B. Kroitth, ass't cash.
I) I li E C T 0 K S .
J. II. Cox, E. E. Cox, G. It. Baysiuger, Johh Arnold, L. B. Krouth,
J. C. Krouth.
H. E. Barkburst, prop.
Has just changed hands,
is thoroughly renovated
and first-class in every
respect. : :
BOARD-BY DAY OR
A Washington ; aper prints a story
of a man who went fishing, and in
swinging his line through the air pre
paratorv to casting caught an English
b; arrow, and tops this with a tale of
another disciple of lsaaa Walton,
whose catch was so large that it
pulled him overboard.
"Billy" Edwards, the famous old-
time pugilist who in 1?C8 won the last
lightweight bare knuckles flqh* for the
championship, has Just died, "leaving
a fortune and an unblemished reputa-
tion for honesty and decent behavior."
The question arises, how In the world
did Mr. Edwards get into such a call-
It has been discovered by an Eng-
lish statistician that it requires $37,.
000 to raise a society girl. This
amount must be put down as having
been expended on "art for art's sake,"
as the most a society girl usually ac-
complishes is to win an Impoverished
nobleman, who simply adds to the ex-
An Egyptian sun temj 'e and a city
that has been lost for 3,"00 years have
been lodated by Prof. James H.
Breasted, of the I niverslty of Chica-
go. It Is the tempfc of Sas-ibl, found-
ed by Amenhotep IV. The city is situ-
ated in the heart of the almost inac-
cessible district of Nubia, near the
foot of the third cataract on the Nile.
Bands have been playing the "Mar
selllaise" in Strasburg this summer
for the first time since Germany took
possession of Alsace and Lorraine
after the Franco-Prussian war. A
German from Berlin, visiting Stras-
burg, wrote the other day to a honin
paper about the "soditious airs," but
no one else seems to be seriously dis-
turbed over the matter.
fOUJjD like to keep an ac-
count of their receipts and
expenditures if someone would keep
them for them.
OPEN an account/ with the
Quinlan State Bank
and you will find that the account
keeps itself, with no expense.
YOUR checks are always evi-
dence of date and amount
of all disbursements, and your de-
posit book shows dates and amounts
of your receipts.
MANY of your friends and
neighbors have accounts
Why not you?
Don't wait for a big start—any
amount offered, either large or
small, is cheerfully accepted. It's
a handy convenience to the farmer
as well as the business num.
Come and see Us.
^Quinlan State Bank.
v Its deposits are guaranteed by the Depositors
Guarantee Fund of l,he State of Oklahoma.
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Tipton, W. B. The Quinlan Mirror. (Quinlan, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1908, newspaper, July 2, 1908; Quinlan, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc174351/m1/1/: accessed December 12, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.