The Logan County News. (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1916 Page: 4 of 10
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What Our Machine-Figured
Depositor* cf this
I iik receive iieatly-
1 imtcd, accurate statc-
Mi'-nts of their accounts
the first of each month,
instead of leaving their
pass books to be bal-
These statements con-
tain the following in-
1. Tho balance of the ac-
count at the first of the tnont 1>.
2. All deposits made dur-
ing the month, together with
the d ite.
3. All checks drawn (p&<h
check marked with a minus
( ) sign to show that it had
4. The new balance in the
customer's favor at the last
of the month.
The statement system
makes it unnecessary for
you to give up your paci!
book (your only receipt
for deposits), eliminates
the delay of one or more
days while the book is
being balanced, and af-
fords a much more ac-
curate way of figurine;
j our account.
Giving better service
lia^ always been the aim
of this bank, and this
System is one of the im-
provements in s- rvite
we have been able to
offer to our customers.
We believe that you
will agree with us that
this plan is a big im-
provement over tho
method of calling in und
balancing pass books.
Farmers & Merchants Rank
It's Free for One Book
of &;-M~ Green Stamps
Tlii'iv arc millions of w isc sliop-
pi rs in Ilic United Sliiti-s >\lio will
Icll yon Wllilt II honk of Stiinips
is worth to limn. I lit > know lliat
tho niori'liaiit lio gives Slumps
is giving a bister discount than ho
co ii I ti do in acluiil ciisli
1 he Sperry &. Hutchinson Co.
t oo ti Redemption Station at
Crescent Mercantile Co.
Tuesday, Feb. 15th.
Rain or Shirr—
Commencing at 10 O'clock, a. m.f the Following Described Property, to-vii:
LOU AN CO IN I Y SEWS
jumph f kisnman. toiior <md Put>
telephone no. 20.
1 Ll !' ' ' \s | .mi going to quit farming and nime to town, I will sell at public sale
$i ooPER \kahim ADVANCE at my I'ann. milt's north and S west of CreMtlt and ." niles south and 1 est
Entered at tin ^ moult, okia.. Post* of Lo\ell, on
'office at- stooLU c'iass nia.l matter, for
Advertising Kdtts Made Known Ip
on Application i
Some people blnw about their
ftu.'ly trne. Well, you can't
C|u ■►tion th<'in, for s 'Be are cer-
S i i e lod^eacertificate<'f mem
bershi i i« either a lame b'ck or
al |. k eye t'i the new applicant.
Y u ri' ver can tell whe-e the
goat's gninif to hit vou.
7 Horses and Mules
Black mare mule 4 yrs old, wt. 1100
Black mare mule coming 4 yrs, wt, 1050
Bay brood mare in foal by horse, wt about
Ju.-t is soon as those lemon
!' ci.r, rip • down un that Florida j') Last spring's horse colts
rin 1 Wiliiiim J.-nninKs Ury Hay horse coming 4. 15 hands high
Bay horse coming 3, 15 1-2 hands high
an s he w ill proceed to start out
<>n a «peatia« tour and ha d
oul a few himself.
It isn'l always the couscienti-
■ us fellow that follows popular
■ favor. Popular favor is not a!
! ways riL'ht, and the roan or worn-
Ian that p.cts in accordance with
th -ir own consci nee and not
it of a hypocrit, be t ley right
or wrong, are honest witli theuj
One time a lellow who rushed
ito the office aft-r hearing a tax
aruuin^nt. howled out that, he
wa-i :i single taxi?r, this thing of
paying twice a year, Decernbei
id .Iun9 is at'in mv politics
lal'.s about as near right as
line f 'llows (jet on mostt|ues
tion-j, and still they want to tinh:
the war pro and con, nvur a poo,
unsu^p. f ting but innocent neu
If the democrats want to run
man f ir represent itive from this
district v ho would command he
resnect of all parties, why don'i
thny t ot nut E W. Amba o'
Orescent. Marshall Tribune
Has friend Aniba the bee? If sc,
he would make it hard sledding
f 'r some of the fellows this fall
We don't know whether he would
ruT or not but he would make
;ood representative if r-hosen
17 Head Cattle
Ked cow, 6 yrs old, giving milk
Red cow 7 yrs old, fresh in March
White face cow, giving milk
Red 2-yr-o!d heifer, giving milk
Red cow 7 yrs old, fresh by date of sale
Jersey cow 7 yrs old giving milk
Durham bull calf, coming 1 yr
Red heifer yearling
2 Red heifers coming 1 yr.
2 Last spring calves 3 Fall calves
Cow coming 4 Red yearling steer
Set double driving harness
Set heavy work harness, with breeching
Set mule harness Set chain harness
Set leather flv nets, good
8 Head of Ho^s
2 Poland China brood sows, bred
6 Poland China weaned pigs
About 75 bu. seed oats About 400 bu.
corn in crib Some cane and kaffir in
stack Stack straw Some kaffir in bundle
Velie surry, new. Veilie buggy. Low
wagon and rack Hay press McCormidk
corn binder, Gale lister, used one year.
Moline riding cultivator 2 John Deere
walking cultivators. John Deere monitor
12 in. Brush plow, 2 Section harrow.
One 12 inch stubble plow
Kaffir corn header 50 fallon galvanized
oil tank. Clarks 24 in. cutaway bi ush and
bog disc. 2-Section portable slat crib.
1 1-2 Horse power gasoline engine and
pump jack Power washing machine
Galloway cream separator, 500 lb. capacity.
Other articles too numerous to mention-
Lunch Will Be Served on the Grounds Bv l5ob Uiee
TERMS OF SALS
All sums of $10 and under, rash. On sums over that amount a credit of s months will l>« given
at 10 per cent interest from date, with bankable security; 5 per cent off for cash. All property must
hi settled for before leaving premises.
DREW BROS- Aucts.
ARNO BEYER, CWk
... - - - - - bi
THE HAVEN PRODUCE CO.:
Carry a Complete line of J
Mill f ccris, Corn Chops, Corn Meal j
and Big, Brand Tankage,
Snld under a Positive Guarantee to give Absolute Sat-
isfaction. We also grind anv time and appreciate a
har. of your patronage
Our P ices Reasonable
1 Solicit a Share Y >ur Trade
Several have promised t.> bring
us wr od on subscription and to
those folks we will stato that we
will appreciate it if they would
bring u« in a load this week.
I will pay the top price for
your Hides and Furs, bring them
to me. A. O. Heidi n Meat Mar-
VV«j heard a rather hut ar
nent the ovher evonini? on prt'
rarednoss, when one of the com
ntants all but exasperated, said:
'Preparedness, hell! What we
need is a few statesmen down at
Washington that are not trying
r, i make the Government print
in< ofiice work over lime print-
i in speeches on ti e questions
t ut were never delivered in con
LC-ess, trying to fool th^ir const1
t.uei ti at home." This reuiiri<
plain to be seen that one of th°
eonteiitants was basing his argu
ment-i on ConKressional Record
Did those Senators who voted
to oust the Oklahoman from the
pross taol really think the)
could keep the proceedings awa>
from a real live reporter? I
they o i ft, they haye another
nuess Coming. Also they wil1
h ive am tti^r guess coming whet
t teir constituents meet them face
ti fact1. Once upon a tira<' a
Kansas Senate expelled the Kan
sas City Star representative
from its press tables, and at the
n xt session fchero were several
strange faces in the senatp. Nine
nut of ten newspapers are fail
with the pel tician as well as the
pubhc and ih>' sooner a tew sap
iead po itii'ians begin to rea'izt-
hi* the s> oner they will learn
that the pubhc think that way
Spring Suit Styles.
Our feminine readers will tind
much to interest them in Mrs.
'o'himlev's department in The
L'igau Count News this week,
^he gives you a little illustrated
ilk abou the latest tendencies in
two-piece suits for ear'y spring,
and she uictures two models
wearing "correct." hats for
mourning. Always read Julia
Itottoml.v * department.
Get our larm loan rates before
l.laciiig that loan, Aruu Deyer.
As I iini goiiu to move lo town, I will sell nt public s;i!<> ; t ui.v placo,
jiiili s north ol'i roscent and I miles south and 2 oust of l ovell, on
Thursday, Feb. 17th,
Rain or Shine
Commencing at 10 O'clock, a. m., the Following Described Property, to-wit:
8 Horses and Mules
Feam of bay marcs 9 and 10 yrs old, in
foal by horse, wt. 1100 each
Sorrel mare 5 yrs old, wt. 1100, foal by jack
Hay mare, in foal by jack, wt. 1100
Bay mare coming 3, wt. 900
3 Coming yearling mules, mare and 2 horses
Male Duroc Jersey
17 Head Cattle
3 Fresh cows with calf by side
2 yr-old Jersey heifer, calf scon
Coming 3-yr.old registered Durham Bull
11 coming yearling heiler and stceercalvcs
Sure hatch 200 egg incubator
Heating stove Some chickens
Some cane hay Some Potatoes
Other articles to numerous to mention
Lunch will be served on the grounds at
TERMS OF SAI F.
All sums of $10 and under, cash. On sums over that amount a credit of 8 months will be given
at 10 per cent interest irom date, with bankable security; 5 per cent off for cash All property must
settled for before leaving premises. J
D. T. CRIST, Owner
DREW BROS., Auct ED. STOBAUGH, Clerk
New Wert News
Lots of Lsgrip, so much so,
even the ico h.i3 the grip but its
hard to hold to it.
There has been a new town
plotted and laid off into town lots,
the town is two miles east and
two south of Crescent, in the
heart of the new oil tield aud the
railroad surveyors were here
last week and will move theViree
story depot from Wort to new
Wort as soon as the weather per-
mits. Watch for full particulars
Lawrence Terhune is much bet-
Mrs, Pruitt will hold a bi« sale
the 2frd of February.
Mr. Friday has moved back to
his school quarter.
Miss Eastland of Edmond is
the new Lone S'ar teacher, ard
is staying with Mrs. Wilder
Dr. Chambers is very bnsy
looking aftpr the sick stock
Lcuah Quitsr is quite sick.
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Frishman, Joseph. The Logan County News. (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1916, newspaper, February 11, 1916; Crescent, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc279968/m1/4/: accessed May 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.