The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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SELZ art the largest ma
kers of GOOD SHOES in the world
We handle the old reliable
Guaranteed SELZ Shoes.
We are located in the old well known
Doby store with a full stock of Shoes, Hats,
Overalls, Notions, Groceries, Flour, Feed,
Hardware, and in fact most everything" usu-
ally carried in general stores.
We will buy your produce
and pay the highest market
for it. Bring it along.
Try a Pair of Royal Blue Shoes
Come in and see our goods and get
our prices. You will be welcome
whether you buy or not.
Potter & Quachenbush
| The Liverpool & London &
Souk* arc trying to farm, but are
badly io need of rain.
The urrtssliopiNTB ore getting;
very nuawrous in this vicinity.
They are d« in« rrmt damage to
the gardens an.I small grain.
Mrs. Browder has lieen very
sick for the lost two weeks, hut is
Churlie Craitf started for Cali-
fornia last week.
John Butler called on homefolks
Friday night and returned to Tex.
J oh Henderson made a business
call iu Texhoma Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sweiger of Will-
owhar, old acquaintances of Levi
and Martha Hurst, made thein a
pleasant visit from Thursday until
Saturday of last week.
Emory Kaser returned Wednes-
day from eastern Oklahoma briny:
inganew bride with him. The
groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Kuser. The bride is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
(iray of Sayre, Okla. Both bride
and groom are well known in thi
vicinity and we wish them much
joy and success in the future.
Levi Hurst and family. Joe
Henderson and wife, Mrs. J. fc\
Butler and A. C. Browder spent
Sunday at the A. H. Browder
M. W. Pugh of Boise City was
calling in this vicinity Sunday in
Miss Iva Hanes, who has just j fk
clwsed a four months school ai; a
Fairview, returned to her homo in ■
Texhoma Saturday. ™
Master Ernest CrisHinan, ago,
six months, was ptesented with a|
line colt this week by his father i
E. (i Crissman.
Mr. and Mrs Pedon and Mr.'
McBride and family spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Leap.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hilton was real sick this
week but is better at this writing,
Sunday School at Bee was start
ed May a">, Every I tody is invited
Mr Avery called on J. K. Pedon
Mi. Shaw and family and Mr.
Pedon and wife called on Mr. E
(i. Crissman and wife.
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bis new auto.
Globe Insurance Co., Ltd.
LIGHTNING WIND STORM AND LIVE STOCK
Since 1847 this Company has operated uninterrupt-
edly in the United States, encountering during that per-
iod all of the Nation's greatest conflagrations. Paying
losses at Chicago fire $3,279,780.00; Boston, $1,427,290.00;
Baltimore, $1,051,548.00, and more recently San Frau
No conflagration is too great to require a deviation
from its practice of paying its losses promptly and with-
out discount. Concerning the conflagration at San Fran-
cisco—The Special Reports of "BEST"—the recognixed
authority of Insurance Companies' financial conditions
refer to this company's treatment of its policy holders as
"The Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance
Co. paid all claims in full upon adjustment with-
out even cash discounts. Treatment of claimants
courteous and entirely satisfactory. Only four
other companies settled upon this basis, except a
few whose losses were nominal."
The best time to find out if you are insured with a
good strong Company isl^OW. It may save you trouble
in case of a loss.
Farm property especially solicited.
B. F. Behimer, Agt. for Cimarron County
Walter Kennedy. Agt. for Boise City Dist.
Home Office, Southern States, New Orleans, La.
IS YOUR PROPERTY PROTECTED?
There will be a pie supper j iven
at the Mexhoma school house Sat-
urday May 31. The proceeds, we
hear, are for the base ball team.
Rev. A. L. Ca8tleberry closed a
very successful singing school here
last Sunday. The community has
i been largely benefited by his hav
I ing been with us.
We are sorry to learn of the ser
© | ions illness of MrsJ Frank Mac-
f: hotka, .who now resides at Hen
J j rietta. Texas. Mr. Machotka
? moved from here last fall with the
intention of returning this summer
but on account of his wifes health
will not be able to do so.
W. S. Barnett and J. R. Bulls
made a trip to Boise City last week
They being witnesses for Mrs.
Bransford, who made final proof.
J.W. Tanner and E.G. Boylg
are considering going into the pic-
ED. GARRETT, Proprietor
Special Attention to Traosient Trade.
Scott & Blackmer
Write us for Terms and Blanks.
Mrs, F. Quthicr entertained
with a Hrthday diriner Sunday.
It was her daughter Miss Yerna's
sixteenth birthday and J. Iv. Cam-
pbell's fifty first birthday. Those
present were J. K. Campbell and
family, Messrs John Cowles of
Ona, L. D and Floyd Combs of
Rev. Wolredge preached at the
school house last Sunday morn-
A number of youny people had
a most enjoyable time a* the
home of C. C. Roberts last Thurs-
day evening. Refreshments were
served at a late houi and all retir-
ed to their homes wishing Clarence
many more such enjoyable even
ings. We must say for Clarence
he is beyond question a number
one cook and a neat housekeeper.
We wonder if some fair maiden
will not take advantage of thi&
Miss Emma Clark is visiting at
the May home on the Corrutnpa.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Rutledge
spent Friday at the Lyman Gee
Most of the farmers have about
all of their planting done A rain
is much needed.
Mr. and Mrs. Lige Snider ex-
pect to return to Ohio soon.
Mews reached us a short time
ago of the marriage of Arthur
Stembridge which occured at
Eclectra, Texas. Arthur was a
favorite among the young people
here and all join in congratula-
Bro. Hitemyer filled his regular!
appointment at this place Sunday
and immediately after services
baptized several at J. W. Tanner's.
The little shower Thursday mor-
ning was highly appreciated.
JohnTimmons was trading in
! Mid well Wednesday.
———The Fairview school closed this
John Cowles of Ona visited frir i week. A small program was rend-
Dist. NO. 10 Happenings
Rain would be much appreciat
ed in this part of the county.
Mrs. League and sons, Ira and
Alva Ralston, visited with Mrs
Sunday School is progressing
nicely. There being 37 present
Bro. Steele preached a very in
If resting sermon for us Sunday.
(Everyone appreciated his talk.
Miss Grace Hamilton and little
Bisters of Boise City attended Sun
day School at Doby Sunday.
D. C. Means and wife were Hur-
ley callers Friday.
A. A Leedy wws posting school
ends in this community thfe first of: ered in the evening,
Will Hammontree and family of
Willowbar visited ChaS. Hammon
tree Saturday and Sunday. .
The surprise party given at the
McBride home was quite a success.
Griggs, Ollie Eden of Midwell, The family was in bed when the
Jofan Beerman and John Graybeal c*ovvd arrived but they didn't stay
ofSampsel. , there long. Everyone had a fine
E. E Leap and family spent
Sunday at John Hiltons.
J. McBride and family spent
Sunday with E. G. Crissman at
Sunday School was organized at
ihe Dee school house Sunday.
time. Those present were Misses
Flora Leap. Aurelia and Yerna
Outhier, Nelle, Elsie and Hazel
Campbell. Messrs Brooks and
Bennie Spence, Elwood Harriman,
L. D. and Floyd Combs, Jerry andl ents Tuesday
John Klaverweiden. Raymond! The protracted meeting at White
I Miss Iva Hanes spent Sunday
! at the Cowles home.
Mrs. L. E. Shaw visited the
Fairview school one day last week.
Dave Fergason and little broth-
er Audrey were callers at the
Crissman home Thursday evening.
M"ss Iva Hanes called on Mrs.
J. R. Pedon Friday evening.
Dave Fergason was a caller in
Mr. and Mrs. Dehn and little
daughter visited the formers par-
Leap and O. W. Eden.
Hall closed Sunday night.
meeting notices Frid
Mr. Anderson left Monday for
his old home in Minesota. Mr.
^5tacy took him tc Texhoma.
Rose Hill Items
Farmers are needing rain in
this vicinity very badly.
Sunday School was well attend
ed last Sunday.
D. M. Smith attended the I. O
V. F. at Boise City Saturday night.
Vernon Wells spent Saturday
night with John Pulis.
Ihere will be an ice cream sup
per at Rose Hill school house Sat-
urday night June 7th. Every one
invited to attend.
W. Smith, our popular P. M.
of Griggs, made a business trip lo
Mrs. llaymer can beat auy of
her neighbors in the poultry deal
She has about 250 little chickens
and 110 little turkeys.
The new people who traded for
the Daniels place arrived Saturday.
They are from Kansas and say
crops are fine there.
Miss Berdie Steel and brother
John and Miss Frankie Womic
called on Mrs. E. C. Berner Sun-
The grasshoppers are numerous
in this locality.
C. WellS and little son Norval
made a business trip to Texhoma
Our mail carrier on route 2
seems to have a lot of business? at
Mrs. Kinchloe and children
visited at the Davolt home Sun-
Mrs. C. C. Bradshaw spent a
few days last week at the Emmons
W. A. Sparkman called at the!
Tripleti home Sunday morning.
Nav Melton took dinner at the
Triplett home Sunday.
H. B. Thayer of Cosmos was a
caller in this neighborhood last
Messrs Greaser and Hill called
on W. A. Davidson Sunday morn-
Alvie Johnson of Ona called at
the Triplett home Friday after-
Mrs. L. C. Kinchloe and child-
ren visited with Mrs. Sullivan Fri-
Mr. and Mrs. Emmons made a
business trip to Texhoma Friday.
The Sullivan and McCastor
families went up to see the new
town and rail road Sunday,
N. EI Emuions and family. S. F.
Triplett and wife' J. W. Triplett.
R. W Jacobs and Nay Melton
visited at the Bradshaw home
W.R. Clampitt moved his build-
ings and family to Elkhart Friday
and Saturday. R W. will t ori?
at the carpenters trade and Cliff
ord will engage in the transfur
(ret a Mower and Rake and save £
thistles for your stock. I have 5
tlie 111 to sell 011 time or for cash.
I am selling* a number of Disc X
harrows—the best I ever saw, and ^
the price is only $30.00.
I am also selling Cream Separa-
tors on easy terms.
| Spring' Dry Goods
4* I have my second order in for
if Spring dry goods.
Am handling a larger variety of
J groceries and better ones.
I have cane at $1.00 per 100-lbs.
| Millet seed at $1.00 per bushel. A
( Rood line of of garden seed, sugar
j* beet seed, etc.
| Tailored Suits
Nearly everybody is getting new
suits. Better let me take your or-
d§i der and be in style.
j Roofing Paper
* I have 5 or 6 rolls left ot first
$ class roofing for $2.75 per roll of
108 sq ft. Cement and nails free.
Have just unpacked a large order
a of this medicine, so if you get to
WJ feeling a little queer dout be alarm-
^ ed but get a few rounds of above
remedy and take it. It is good for
^ most ailments. One dose will cure
the "blues" and give you an appe-
al tite so you can eat a beef steak or
• a fried chicken. Give it a trial.
Old papers for sale at this office
More Cream and
Bring your cream Mon-
day mornings. I test after
noon and cannot receive it
after 1 o'clock. I pay cash
I will not pay cash for butter and eggs
but will exchange with you and allow
you full market price. Please take good
care of your eggs. Gather them often &
keep them cool and fresh; it will help to
keep prices up. Eggs are no small item
with me—-I sold $130.00 worth in April,
so the eggs trade are about 10 percent of
|H. C. Garlingtonl
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Thomas, Roscoe C. The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1913, newspaper, May 29, 1913; Boise City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234247/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.