The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1922 Page: 3 of 4
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Those Dreadful Twins
A COMEDY IN THREE ACTS
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Lynx The Detective
Johnny Brown One of the Twins
Mrs. Josephine Brown
Josephine Brown Clifford
Titan 10^20 Tractor
Now $700. F. O. B. Chicago
Fanny Brown One of the Twins
Two hours of Screaming Comedy given by the members of
the Unicn Chapel Church. The proceeds of this play will be
used for the benifit of The Union Chapel Church.
Children 25 cents Adults 35 cents
Don't forget the date Friday Maich 10th. at 8 o'clock sharp.
With 3 Furrow Plow or Disk Harrow
This is not a stripped tractor, pared down to
make a price, but complete with all essen-
tial equipment -
Friction Clutch Pulley, Fenders
Platform, Throttle Governor
This equipment is worth over $100 and is necessary on any
tractor to make it safe and serviceable- No extries to buy.
Write or see us for demonstration.
THE CIMARRON NEWS
Published every Thursday.
KESLER AND SHUMWAY
Third place counts 1 point
The Athlete winning the largest number of point*
in the meet shalf revive an all-round Athletic Medal
Boise City Hardware
There w'll be a dance in the
Majestic Theatre March
Every one that want to spend a
pleasent evening of enjoyment
come out. Good Music and or
aer wjll be kept, we hold the
pr'velage to reject any onefrom
the Hall We have the best place
there is for up to date dances,
given by Atk'n & Kesle^.
FOR SALE. .'101 Ranch little
yellow-90 Day seed corn. If in
need of good seed corn letter get
your order in early leave your or
der at The Cimarron News office.
E. Henry K sler, Campo Colo.
No school will be allowed more than two eat-
eries for each event.
All students entering any event must make a
passing grade in at least.three High School tub
1. Spelling, 50 words written.
2. Oration Origional 10 Min. Miaximum time..
3. Reading, 10 Min. Maximum time.
4. Debates, use state question for debatet <ri«
Resolved the policy of the open shop should be
adopted in U. S.
Teams of two from each school.
State debating rules for High Schools shall gov-
ern. Entrees for debate must be made by Jan. M.
to Miss Sarah Rader, Boise City, Okla.
Preliminary contests shall be held prior to county
meet, incase more than two teams enter.
10 minutes the max mum time with & minutes
Vocal solo, duet trio and quartet
Piano solo and Duet
10 per cent
15 per cent
20 per cent
itten on time
problems expansion work and 5 in faetwinf-
7. Domestic Science:
Must be the individual work of the student un-
der the direction of the teachers,
Cake layer or loaf, Bread 1 *oaf Biscuits one
half doz, Pies,
Best display of Candy, S kinds.
Patch 1 Cotton Garment
Boudoir Cap or Dust Cap,
Bed Spread, one pair Pillow Cases
Center Piece, 18 in. Diam.
Luncheon Gloth Set
Judging work two to constitute a judging team
Grains: Com, Milo, Kaffir Fetereta
Live Stock; Dairy Cow* Beef Cows, Hogs
Poultry. Athletics, as cited under Athletics
A1 enterics for Literary and Ed. contests must be
entered by Thursday noon to Miss Rader
Grade Contests in Literary work
Declamations. 7:80 to 9:80
Class C. Traek events. 1 to 4 P. M.
Morning Class B. Track events
Afternoon Class A Track events, 1:30 P. M.
Class B. Basket Ball.
Night 7:30 P.M. H. S. Night.
Music - Vocal
Music — Inst.
All entries to Athletics sent to Carl S- Andrew
Boise City, Oklahoma.
SATURDAY A- M.
Class A. and B. Basket Ball Preliminaries.
Few men are careless with actual
cash, but many men do not stop
to think that the checks and note*
they give out represent money and
that fraudulent alteration of *
check may mean a serious loss.
Protect yourself by using paper
that betrays alteration —
Paper. We can tell you
tbout it and show you how wo
an protect your cash, your check*
notes, drafts, and receipts.
TO THE VOTERS
I am in tlys way placing my
name beforerfjfou as candidate for
the Republican Nomination for
Congress for, thV eighth District,
subject to the voters at the Prim-
ary Judge;William H. England
Ponca C.i> Juta.Upiioma.
AN OPPORTUNITY! BUYPUR™E±IVESTOCK
FREE FAIR PAVILIAN, GUYMON, OKLA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24
r aaEiCl iu«iit on narvir>an.hlp acre. POLAND CHINAS
About 80 boars serviceable age.
About 35 oen and bred gilts, and | DUROCJERSEYS
3 yearling sows bred to registered | |, §
boars for April farrow I HAMPSHIRES
To see them is to like them. Come and
We want to get acquainted.
TEXAS CO." BREEDERS ASSOCIATION J. A. MEADE, Secy.-Treas.
About 45 bulls and 50 females from
yearling heifers to cows with calf
at side. Improve your herd with
some of these fine acim ils
EACH AN I MAI
| PAPERS FURN-
HEREFORDS ' *
AU ofAwe anUnals are specially selected for this sale and each one guaranteed to be a breeder. ^
be with as whether you buy or not
Write for our tree Catalogue
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The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1922, newspaper, March 2, 1922; Boise City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233474/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.