Elk City News-Democrat (Elk City, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1922 Page: 4 of 9
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CITY NBVB-DJBMOCRAT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1922.
MJt OWT NBWS-DBMOQRAT THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1922.
Ou?n Your Home !
Through our Building Plan Service, we will show you how you
can build your Ideal Home at the minimum cost. ....
You owe your family the comforts and happiness of their
OWn Our* Design No. 12037 shown above is one of the 115 mod-
ern homes, all illustrated in beautiful colors in our new Plan
Book, “American Home* Beautiful." Call and »ee it and get
further details. *
S. E. (Sam) Brown
Phone 70. Elk City, Okla.
Fine Dishes for the Home
Also best quality Glassware, Aluminum
and Flower Pots at reasonable prices at
HILL’S VARIETY STORE
New popular priced Hats re-
ceived this week.
Many new Suits,
Dresses and Coats
have just arrived.
New dark colured Dress Ginghams.
Better HorMn America,
Octoa to 14
* tionS are co-opej
in Elk City in observj
October 9th to 14th. f
for demonstration we
interest, every busine
ly affected. It encc
means a better comr
ulus to better living,]
The future histc
a large measure by til
continue to be a ho^
the strength that cot
This means that our|
pace with the progrl
alization of this has [
campaign for Better I
encouraged by Fed>[
prominent men in pi
other business institu-
fith the Women’s Clubs
[e Demonstration Week
sriod has been set aside
belief that every civic
idustry will be favorab-
thrift and industry. It
(every way. It is a stim-
[de and community mor-
lerica will be shaped in
:ter of its homes. If we
people, we shall have
from a virile family life,
lust be attractive, com-
mie. They must keep
outside the home. Re-
sed into a national civic
America endorsed and
State officials and by
set forth in this Plan
The Homeln Investment
By 1 Hoover
PRICES LOWER Ifr
/'"NNE can always
nation by its h
the hope of enjoyin;
the latent energy of
This universal yean
larger security, inde
• • •
imply, was the asp: iat carried our pioneers
westward. Since t) iption acts passed early
in the last century, t
has recognized and
homes through the
the Homestead Act*
through the Farm x
for home ownership
ed more people to i
factor. Saving, in
dge the character of a
or it is mainly through
ership of a home that
nry is called forth.
Setter homes and the
(land freedom that they
I States, in its land laws
(•emium upon this great
incentive. It has sS 1 the building of rural
Don’t wait until cold weather to buy your heating
stoves, See our new and second-hand line of ranges
and cook stoves now. Also heating stoves at prices
that are lower.
Wm. HUNTER, House Furnisher.
North Main Street Phone 420
save so much time
and work that every
should be quick to
take advantage of
Our present display comprises
the very latest creations and
we welcome you to come and
Elk City Ice, Fuel
& Light Co.
for a home, the pos
very physical, menl
There is no in
ship of property. T
14 has a happy sense o He will invest his hard
r\ ,m, n
earned savings to
will develop it. Nc
for a boarding hout
But the appalli
ous as ours thwarte
the house he owns. He
r worked for, or fought
ily of nation as prosper-
in its common yearning
■ • n 'i
for better homes, is ng way to the gratifying
revival of home con . Accordingly, the time
is ripe for this reviv rd an opportunity to our
people to look to mi. i and better ones, to bet-
ter, more economic) lore uniform building
ishment and application
the development of bet-
re the productive capac-
yodea and to univer
of zoning rules that
ter towns and citiee
entire people to th
them pow enjoy. ^
dustry itself which
go a long way towa
what is needed imp
and direction. For
ways and means.
And, finally, \
for America and ar
the movement as t frnment, States, counties,
communities and p
tions can rightfully
houses merely, but
tion. It may have !
the two words. F
can ingenuity and
looked the laundry
bulk of our efforts
for 120 page Tablet and Pencil at
J. C. WORD’S
itribution of land under
;he distribution of credit
iks. Indeed, this desire
hout question, stimulat-
d saving than any other
act, is, of course, a per-
functory process as ' I with purposeful saving
f which may change the
■soral fibre of one’s own
o thrift like the ownVr-
who owns his^own home
ity wasted annually nited States sufficient to
raise in large meas ousing conditions of our
iat only fifty percent of
pastes in the building in.
ructively applied, would
ing better homes, so that
is organized intelligence
lem is essentially one of
are about Better Homes
such indirect support to
idividuals and organiza-
ub have in mind not
There is a large distinc-
lesetter who confounded
(Sly, with all our Araeri-
pfulnese, we have over-
'kitchen, and thrown the
______ ions other than those de-
signed to make bel b by adding to the facil-
ities of our very ht . If, in other words, the
family 1b the unit h civilization, the home,
its shelter and gath bt, should, it would seem,
warrant in its desi irnishing quite as large a
share of attention . ver plant or the fctory.
Lowe Brothers Paint
Covers more surface and actually saves
you money at the start. It is both
weather-proof and water-proof and will
not crack with the weather’s change.
If you want to prevent future trouble,
come in and talk over your paint prob-
lems with us.
Western Lbr. and Hdwe. Co.
Elk City, Oklahoma
Paint Your Home With Acme Quality Paint
IF it’s a surface to be painted, enameled, stained,
I varnished or finished in any way, there’s an
Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. “Save the
surface and you save all.” For sale by
Gregory Drug Company
Want Checking Accounts.
Through paying all bilk by check they have a receipt for everything
paid oat They can keep an accurate record of all household ex-
penses. Start that account today at
The Farmers National Bank
Elk City Produce Co.
Will appreciate a part of your business. We pay the highest market price
for all kinds Produce, Eggs and Cream
Cream is going up and it will pay you to take good care of it and get the
top price. 1st grade cream.per lb. batter-fat 32c; 2nd grade 3c less,
MIDDLETON BROS. Props.
Phone 178. Comer 3rd and Main
Better Furnished Homes
Mean Happier Homes
Like the wickednesr nf Rome before its fall, we have gradually
built in this grand country of ours since its Puritan days a
spirit of jazz and gad which strikes at the very foundation
of that greatest of all institutions, the American Home.
Our demands have become less exacting in home furnishings as
our reverence for the home waned. Fortunately we Amer-
icans have a faculty of discovering the error of our ways
before it is too late, and in this matter we owe much to the
leaders of this Better Homes movement for having halted
us in our mad rush and, like the great warrior said to us,
‘‘Turn, boys, turn. We’re going back."
The greatest minds of our country concede that oar homes are
the foundation of our great nation and we believe that this
movement will create a desire in all of us for Better Homes.
We submit the following list of figures showing last year’s sales
to show that home furnishings have not had their due con-
£?ndy ................................. 1,100,000,000
Furniture ............................... 079,000,000
‘ « .
Geo. R. Grubitz & Son
Own Your Own Home
It will surprise you how quickly
*h§! y°u can make a payment on a
... See us today.
Fht National Bank
CARPENTER TOOLS HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES
Own Your Own Home
$1,000 LUMBER BILL REQUIRES ONLY $40 TO $50 WORTH
LET US FIGURE YOUR HOUSE, GARAGE OR BARN
Glass Knob Door Locks (night lock) ..............$3 50 Set
Cut Glass Knob Door Locks (night lock)..........$4.50 Set
Dull Brass Knob Door Locks (night lock)..........$2.00 Set
Antique Copper Door Locks (night lock) ..........$2.00 Set
Brass or Copper Door Lock, mortise..............$1.00 Set
^ Rim Knob Door Lock .................... ......^ ^
Builder's Tools and Hardware, consisting of glass knobs, draw-
er pulls, cupboard catcher, closet door fixtures, French door
fixtures, fancy hinges, cellar and garage and built in fixture
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WE SUPPLIED HARDWARE FOR
Our new school building, most of the business buildings in the
city and over 30 new homes thi$ year. Ask the lumber dealer
or some one that built a home.
Let us help you plan your ‘‘Home.’’—Ho bill too small or too
large to figure.
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Blackburn, Verna. Elk City News-Democrat (Elk City, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1922, newspaper, October 12, 1922; Elk City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc496754/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.