The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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OLUME 24 No- 7
BOISE CITY, CIMARRON COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, Sept. 1.1. 1^1
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 A Y1
special Sale on Columbia Records.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES f
ALL 85c Records 60c, 1.00 Records 75c, 1.25 Records 1.00, 1.50 Records 1.15, 2.00 Records 1.50
Boise City Drug Co.
R..F Hall, Prop
Elmer .lea-kins from
was trading in this oit
CARGITY OF CATTLE-HOGS 209 ENROLLED IN BOISE
CiTY SCHOOL MONDAY
The scarcity of cattle and bogs
n farms in the State is very a- The Boise City schools opened
irtning. There is no doubt but! Monday morning with a total en
hat the number on hand at pres | rollment of 209 pupils, 37 in the
nt time is the lowest ever in the High School and 172 in thegrades
istory of the state. With the j tbe largest enrollment in the his-
rospects for feed crops, which j tory of the school It is expect.
re better than the average, there j ed that there will ^e at least 50 in
ould never be a more opportune i the hi«h school when all are en-
me for the farmer who has grass S rolled.
nd rough feed to buy a few cows i Parents should co operate with
nd hogs at tbe present low price the teachers in so far as they are bosiness in thi
consume-this feed which will
therwise w.iste and be worthless
him. Some men have too
iany cattle and owe too much
n them. If they could be sold : ment
1 their local community to farm-
rs that need them without hav-
lg to go to market, paying
•eight, commission and yardage
le paper could be handled by
tting to each man about what
e needed and little real money
'ould have to change hands in
is transaction In one yoari An stockholder. o( the Parm-
romnowl brieve the farmer | en Co 0perativ„ Store of BoUe
'ill wonder why lie did not buy
LOCALS GATHERED HERE AND THESE
P. M McDanie) from Wilkina
was in Boise tirst of week.
J. C. Davidson was a business
caller in Boise City Monday,
Mrs Geo King has been visit-
ing relatives near Suringfield Col
Dr and Mrs Marry Hall are the
proud-parents of a bouncing boy.
Robert Clark ranchman from the
Cimarron was transacting busi-!
jness in Boise last of week.
Sheriff Soutar made a business]
trip fqr the county to Supply,
Oklahoma the lastot' the week.
able and see to it that their chil-
dren are being taught the things
they should know, and that they
are making the proper advance-
Now watch the changes every,
week something Mew "WHAT
WOULD BE THE RESULT" on
few cows and - heifer calves to
lock up and replenish the farms
f Oklahoma -*
J. A. Whitehurst
Pres. State Board Agriculture
Lost near Willwbar, Okla , on
'riday, the 9th of Sept. a Wat-
ins tube 30 x 3. Please leave at
limarron News office.
«L D. Bagley. 7t2p
E. R. Foreman was transacting
fl. J. Jones from Garlington
neighborhood was trading with
Boise merchants first of the week
J. M. Ford from north of town
was trading with Boise City mer-
chants first of week
Harvey Brown of Griggs
transacting business in this
tirst of week.
Rait* is badly needed at present
as row crop is suffering and thei
wheat ground is too dry to plow. [
Mrs .L W. Baderof St- Louis 1
Missouri is visiting her son T. .1
Finder a.ul family for,a few weeks
R. B. Eddy merchant of Kenton
is employed jat Powelson Motor
Co. of this city.
•lay and Waite Hal lock from
Reigner will attend school here
this year. They are staying with
J. VY. Music i rom Willowbar j their sis let* Mrs J. C. -Johnson,
was transacting business in Boise
last of week.
City, Okla., are hereby notified is attending schu .
Miss»>s Edna and Irma Hall
left last of the week for Wichita
Birdie Maehotka from Wheeless Kansas where they will attend
Homer Bellomy j rom Willow
bar was.trading with Boise mer-
A Question of Service
"SERVICE" —what, does that
word mean to you?
Does it mean a real personal
interest in your welfare? O. is it
just another name for "polite-
''Service'' at this bank means
a keen peisonal Interest n your
success and a readiness to 00 all
any bank can do to help you win
''Service" with us means pro-
mpt aod careful attention to all
the detail* of your dealings with
'Service'" here means good
banking methods sn that your
funds are always safe in our care.
It means protection in all your
Isn't that the kind of service
The First National Hank
BO!§£ CITY. OKLA.
that a special meeting of the
stockholders will be held at their
store building at Boise City, Okla
at two O'oloek P. M. on Friday
September 30th 192J,. Important
business will be transacted at j There was a Urge crowd attend-
that time. J H. Cook, Sec-Treas ] ed the Baptizing at Willowbar
Several thousand fence post for ! Tim Ellsworth iro>u west ol
sale at tweuty cents, D. K. Lord WaS trading here tirst of
and Co. 6t8 the week.
^ ~" I wayne H. Gil< :> from Willow-
Boise Ciiy school this term.
bar community was seen on
streets of Boise > cy tie - week.
Oscar rhouias ia improving
j the looks of his < *arage. bye giv
ing his Bouser a oat of paint-
H. B- Nail [i 1. |irru - farmer
I from near Wj i ,.vo .. is a busi*
; ness caller in ti;^ t
M rs S, W. Haliock and child
ron from lleign. are v.siting at
I Mrs J. C John ,. : of t: s city.
Sam Smith fr V.• ma was
tiansacting busi.;u the city
tirst of the week
Carl Anderson «•! Willowbar
was trading with Loi.,e City mer
chants last of w, •
W. A. Miller from Willowbar
was transacting b'>ii . <0 "n this
city lasi of the w^, i;
John.J/ Smith from Forgan
Oklahoma has bought the old
Methodist Church building and
will muve his family here soon.
Notice— Garlington school will
start the 19th of September, all
are requested to 1 e present the
tirst day, Misft Effa Finch teacher
J O Shaaghnes'sy Dist. Clerk Ttl
Misses Lona and Maud Neff
return d to th • ir homo in Hooker
after a two weeks visit with their
sktrr Mrs Rex Powelspn of tliis
City. ' . „
Miss Fay Bro>kha<t teaching
atAl Hiker School is. visiting
her cousin t hat-lie Brookhart who
I is employed at Powdson Motor
Co oi litis city
REVIVAL MEETING AT
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Crocker of Texhoma is
with the Baptist Church in a
meeting which commenced Sun,
day Sept 4th and will continue
the rest of the week.
Bro. Crocker is a very forceful
speaker and we feel that much
good is being done in these meet-
Stop and think, would you be
willing to rear a family in any
community from which the influ-
ence of tiodly people had been
Would you be contented to live
even though you "had no family in
a community where people never
prayed for the forgiveness of
their sins, for guidance in the
paths of righteousness, and for
blessings upon their fellows?
vVould you be willing to dwell
in a city where everyone sought
only his own weal, taking no
thought of others, and where the
making of money and enjoyment
of sensual pleasures were the
people's only pursuit?
And had it ever ocourwd to you
that if no one went to church
there would ha no church, and
their would come moral and spirit
Baptist church central time.
Sunday School 10 A.M.,
Preaching every second Sun-
day 11 A. M. and 8:45 P.MC,
Prayer Meeting Wed. evening
B. W M.S Meet* Thur's 2:3d P. M
You always have a cordial welcome
to ull the services of the church.
John J. Stephens Pastor,
And had you ever thought that
if no one went to church any
more than you there might not
be any church?
It is not a gross distortion of
the truth, or else a good indica-
tion of the densest ignorance to
I say that the churches . are not a
j big asset to auy community in a
i business way?
Whatever may have led you to
stay away from church heretofore
it is undoubtedly a lame excuse
I that will not pass muster in the
realm of heaven.
1 Think what you owe the church
j es and what little you have paid
! not in money altogether, but id
s:• 1'vie,:*. The churches need your
! money, but God wants you.
The meetings were discontinu-
ed Wednesday night as Kro.
i Crocker received message stating
his two younger children were
ill. lb* left for his home Thur.
"The Sta (c Behind^
Its State Panics
John Taggart frt
■ y and
Mrs lle.ury Cpoley and Mr a
No t!i Bishop who h w.* b( en visit-1
ing tii ir parents Mr and Mrsi
Dick llenshaw, returiii d to their
homes first of the week.
Mr and Mrs Wm Barnes will!
leave Wednesday for a visit with)
relatives near lit. Bend Kansas 1
They will also attend the Hutchin j
A good one ton truck for s-dej
or trade- Inquire at th" Home!
ity Ttu-8 11
jfone to G«y in »r.
attend school this u
P. L Fergason an
Garlington were tr«i
Geo Connor fr< ,
was transi ting «,
i tirst of week.
I'ete Johnson who has I
k for the past week is1
W" . -o ir ha-* much l> -tter at pr« s*- t
•1 ehewill| Frol Brakage farirer from
,,r J Wilkins was seen < n Boise City 1
.• f r< in , • ' 1 t.-. Monday
ling in Boise Mr. and Mr„ J. F Firrleyj
« ' from JopUn >i •. ar.> visili'ii; th«*
Willowbar latters broil ers Jim and Rob?.
in l»oise Mi/.er of this plide
1 !)<« N<«'s Want Ads for Results. I
39MilIicnIhshels of Wheat
Yearly in Oklahoma.
Anything th.r adds to the wealth of Oklahoma also
adds to the resources of our more than than 000 statp
banks. Every year millions of dollars ar" realized from
tne wheatVrop. This uioney line s its way to all sections
of the state,
The bank alwiys his boon interested in farming. Ws
help and ene mraee tho farmer i i every legitimate bank-
ing way and we want the farm «rs of this community to
feel as friendly towards this bank as we feel towards
AfKr all we are dependent upon the farmer for pros
perity. W<* are nroud of our oil. our c »al, our lead and
zinc and other industries hut we know that by far the
greater amount of the so!:d. substantial wealth of the
state is produced from the farm
We invite the farmers of this cjmmunity to use our
bank aa their headquarters wh"n in town. Deposits here
are protected by the State Depositors' Guaranty fund.
"No l!<p<iMt«r lias rvcr I.osl a Dol.'nr in o Sl.ilc
B;ink in Oklahoma.
THE FIRST STATE BANK
BOISE CITY, OKLAHOMA.
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FREX CH BROTH H R S
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The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1921, newspaper, September 15, 1921; Boise City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc305279/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.