The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1916 Page: 2 of 4
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Condensed Statement of the
Condition of the
Cimarron County Bank
at the close of business November 17th, 1916.
Loans and Discountx $112,007.98
Real Estate, Furniture and
Bonds and Warrants 1,900.00
CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE 84,665.66
Capital Stock 5 25,000.00
Surplus and Net Profits.... 5,654.38
Reserve for Taxes 346.47
The above Statement iB correct.
B. F. BEHIMER, Cashier.
We respectfully solicit your business.
Tom Bader of Boise City motored
out in the Corner Sunday and spent
the day with hia father, J. W.
Mrs. Webb has been sick the past
week but at this writing she is much
A large crowd attended the social
hop at John Ohnick's Saturday night.
The pie social at district No. 10
Saturday night realized the sum of
$26.00. The crowd was not very
large ut pie hungry. Mr. Monroe
of Boise City acted as auctioneer.
The committee also announces a
Christmas tree for that place Sat-
urday night, the 23d.
Ella Hackenburg and Sylva Potter
were visiting Sunday with Nellie Gar-
rett at theO. E. Weir home.
Edgar Irwin is freighting coal from
Clayton this week.
H. N. Skaggs of South Corner
was hauling well material from Doby
Jas. Mizer was hauling bundle feed
from J. W. Bader's Tuesday for Mr.
Ellis of Boise City.
The Cimarron County Bank
THE CIMARRON NEWS
Published every Thursday.
ROSOOE C. THOMAS, PUBLISHER.
Entered at the Hok-o < *ity. Oklahoma,
poft office a* Houund mail matter
Official County Publication.
Advert,sing rates made known on appl!
on. Rates Low. Exclusive Field.
<} L.OO Per Fertr In Advance.
Christmas comes but once a year,
so we should endeavor to make it
worth whiLe. especially for the lit.
tie folks. Santa Cause will surely
find evry Litfce stocking this year,
for Cimarron county farmers have
been more abundantly blessed than
ever before according to agricultur-
Mr. und Mrs. Madden and little
daughter Louise motored to Clayton
and back last Wednesday.
Mrs. Shi reman returned last week
from Illinois, where she has been the
past six weeks visiting relatives and
Quite a large crowd enjoyed the
party given by Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Short Wednesday night at their new
Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Mallory got
away last Thursday afternoon for
their new home. Miss Hornbeck is
our new postmistress and we must
say she is having a time learning
who is who in the McDaniel list. She
neeni- to bo a very pleasant lady.
We have been having some snow
and wintry weather; cola winds mix-
ed in occasionally to break the
F. Mitchell McDaniel has collud-
ed he isn't as spry and sure footed
as he was some twenty or thirty
years ago. A mule started to kick
The spirit of Christmas is seen in
everybody's face now. The boys and
girls, both old and young, are look*
ing forward to the two Christmas
trees: One at Wheeless on Saturday
night and the other on Monday or
Christmas night at Mexhoma. We
hope many a childish heart will be
2 made glad those two nights.
8, The oil company that has been
S i leasing tracts through this and the
g Wheeless neighborhoods are prepar-
| ing to drill soon. They have their
gi machinery on the ground. Wagon
^ load after wagon load of their outfit
§ haspassedthrough going to the drill-
§ ing place between Byrle Messenger's
3| ; and Mineral.
Arthur Wooten and wife motored
j out from Clayton Sunday afternoon
to Mrs. Wooten's sister's place.Mapel
Petro, and mother They only in-
? tended a very short visit, but, lo,
fj| the blizzard struck and they were
2I glad to remain over until Monday,
S| when the storm had passed on.
..^uu' Mr. and Mrs. Will May allowed
Vv, WW some of the Mexhoma young folks to
give a party at their home a few
j nights ago. There were quite a few
May served a nice
We have all kinds of weather these present and Mrs
clays. First a blizzard; then snow, ; lunch that everybody enjoyed.
him and Mitchell naturally decided and then a few very beautiful sun- young folks of Mexhoma appreciate
Somebody Once Said
■—where one man judges you by your
face, ninety-nine judge you by your
clothes. True. It's human nature the world
over to notice the dressy man and to like him
the better for his natty appearance. You can be sure
always of making a favorable impression when you wear
— built up to a standard, not down to a price. Ever>
fabric of the 450 is Pure Wool and the workmanship i*
Place your order today
M. E. WILDER
CEMENT BLOCK BUILDING
BOISE CITY, OKLAHOMA.
to side step and some way fell on j shiny days, then maybe some wind
a bucket re was carrying, breaking and back again to the blizzardy days,
a rib and bruising him up pretty bad. After all a delightful country in
Dr. Dc Rone of the TXT ranch at- j which to live.
tended him. He is getting along' Will McDaniel left last week for
fine but doesn't like to have to stay , his old home at Norman to visit
indoors. [relatives and friends. He will visit
Herb -Bundy expccts to leave this.j at Stillwater and Oklahoma City be-
week for Kansas where he will join fore returning. Glen Cook is stay-
Mrs. Bundy and master Wayne. The jnf? over there taking care of the
family will make their home there, family (?) and feeding the cattle
The play known as "The Night and doing the chores.
Riders" given by our yong people j Lloyd Stubblefield is sporting a
lust Saturday night was a great sue- j dandy new car. Bill Walker also
cass. Ves Bundy and Ula Ghant ! has a new car. Those things are
wereahsent during the last rehearsals getting almost as common as pig
so Dan Short acted the part of Un- j tracks around here.
cle Solomon, an old negro servant, | Messrs. Clyde and Dixon McDan-
besides acting the part of Col.Shelby iel took Claude McDaniel and Lloyd
previously assigned to him. Mrs. j Stubblefield to Texine Wednesday.
King took the part of Louise Ciair- Lioyd said he was leaving for Indi-
vil>'• and certainly deserves a great j ana and Claude for "Arkansaw".
deal of credit for the beautiful way They missed the train but caught it
in which she played the part. She 'at Dtilhart. Seems the boys did not
only had a few days' time to learn | like being away from our happy
it. Taken all together it was a fine i midst, for they are home again,
entertainment and it is hard to say The pie supper at the North Ber-
which one of the twenty or more
did the best. Receipts for the eve-
ning were excellent. The play is to
be given at Texline this Wednesday
Mrs. Ripley, an esteemed lady of
some 74 years, died suddenly Tues-
day, December 12th, at her home a ! ceived
few miles northwest of Bertrand.
Heart failure was th cause of her
death. Funeral services were con-
ducted in the Methodist church with
interment in the cemetry by the
church. A large crowd was present
to pay their last tribute of respect.
The deceased leaves a husband and
trand school was well attended and
the program interesting and enter-
taining. The pies sold well. Miss
Mattie McDaniel's pie brought the
top price which was $7.50. Misss
Nettie Axford was voted the most
popular young lady present and re-
beautiful cake. Miss Axie
the kindness of these people in the
giving over of their hospitable home 1 _
Mr. and Mrs. Bulls and family had
planned to make a two week's visit
in Texas, meaning to gmotor through
in their new car, but on account of
sickness and the weather we under- j
stand they have given it up.
Frank Machotka and family were
also phnnin^ ro *>ke a trip ;n their i
aiso planning to take a trip in their
car to spend Christmas, but they, too,
have given it up.
Mrs. Clarence Allen has had the 1
la grippe for a few days but is bet-
ter at this writing.
W. S. Petro has been on the sick
list the past week but is some bet-
Mr. Goss and family have had the
Mrs. Gibson and numerous others
of our community have been real
poorly with the common complaint.
The Aid will meet with Mrs. M.
E. Petro and daughter Mapel this
The 4th Sunday or December 24
Rev. Bailey will fill his regular ap-
pointmen here if the weather per.
The Christmas tree at Mexhoma
will be held on Monday night instead
of Sunday night as first announced.
W hope verybody will come with the
McDaniel lost by only a few votes
Calvin Huett was voted the homeliest j spirit of Christmas.
young man and won the "Bean pie". J Wil1 Baker has a new Ford. We
Receipts for the evening amounted glad to ^ar H, Now he will
to $50.00. n°t have any excuse for not coming
(Later)—Mitchell McDaniel is &ble to a11 the entertainments we have
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
DID YOU KNOW
That there are as many
Ford Cars in use
as all other kinds
bined? Be ye also
For Sale By
Denny & Johnson
to be out again but ibs still suffer-
at Mexhoma unless his car refuses
..... mg with that broken rib Seems | t0 We are always so glad to
one son. Jesse, to whom the sincere like he just can't stay indoors and I *iave them with us.
, qUiet. i Mr. and Mrs. Wheeless also have J
, i a new Ford.
PEACEFUL corner f —
There will be a Christmas tree and I Bargains in deeded land. Tte Pi
sympathies of the community are ex.
To Our Friends
We Thank You
For the patronage and co-oper-
ation with which you have fa-
vored us during the past year;
Extend to You
The greetings of the season and
wish you happiness and pros-
If you want, to buy*land,
T. J. Bader & CO.
program at school district No. 27 |oncer Realty Co> Httiley, Okla. 2WI
Sunday evening, December 24. The
committee on entertainment has a
I treat for all who come. Everybody
| welcome. j NOTICE
f Mr. Stembridge is now drilling a State ^ oklahoma. | =
Weh for Tim Ellsworth. ! Cimarron County:-ss. W
L. C. Hollis took five loads of ' Befow p M_ McKinnev, Justice of w
hog.« to T«x.."oma last week and !
fdV<W& a nic*? bunch of cattle back. |
Money to loan on real estate. 1
.rates are right. See me.
—T. J. BADEfr
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pent}' thruout the coming'year!
R. H. Kemp Lumber Co,
I Mrs. Potter of Doby tt'tk' visiting
j her daughter Mrs • Ira Ralston Mon-
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Said defendant is hereby notified $r
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Webb is now dHvia^ T a rea'' ort the 29th day of December, 1916, j W
trouble and have beef/ finable U, ob-
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12 XIWAS GIFTS
Mr. Webb is now dHvia^T a
j auto which he purchased' fn. >m ^od at 9 o'clock a. m.
Walker. Attest: J. A. ELLIS, Plaintiff.
Mr. Hegwood bntchereti' his fa/teiJ F. M. McKINNEY,
j swines Monday. Fred iSnd Legv er J Justice of the Peace.
' Smith officiated n th*. ((First published November 30, 1916)
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The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1916, newspaper, December 21, 1916; Boise City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233898/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.