Elk City News-Democrat (Elk City, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 14, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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ELK CITY NEWS-DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1921
Elk City Greets the D-C-D
(Continued from page one)
the afternoon was held.
The address of welcome wan given
by Mayor Sam Brown, who in Jus
characteristic way,- made them feel
doubly welcome. ^ vjajtor8,^ducement 'in bringing tourists
fore you visit Canadian, the home of
H. C. Powell, in behalf of Elk City
gave a short talk in which he spoke
of the advantages of having a first-
class highway. Not only is it an in
News of another’s loss usu-
ally sets us to thinking that our
future safety and prosperity
fire the most interesting things
The Hartford Insurance
Company will insure your
, home against the ravages of
fire—and fully reimburse you
for property loss.
Insure your property before
fire gets busy.
See us today—Tomorrow
may be too late.
Sc nv it
• GUY WOODMAN
Elk City, Oklahoma
Dr. M. H. Levi of Liberal, Kas.,
renewed bis subscription to the News-
Democrat, sendign us a check on
Mrs. E. C Willison was very sick
Tuesday and Wednesday, suffering
from auto intoxication.
Mrs. Mary Maddox arrived here
yesterday from St. Joe, Mo., having
come to see about renting her farm
Grandpa Miller wag ill a few days
last week, but is much improved this
After a response by
the following committees were ap-
pointed: Resolutions, Henry He-
mes, Shamrock, B. H. Stover, Well-
ington, W. J. Lewis, Weatherford,
E. D. Morgan and Mrs. R. H. Stone
of Canadian. . .
Auditing; M. W. Hawkins, Elk City!
T. M Reynolds, Strong City, E. G.
Warren, Lawton and W. F. Crane,
Constitution and By-Lr.ws; Editor
L; P. Loomis, Cr.nadian; A. L. Now-
lip, Wellington ar.d S. K. Roberts of
Orawford. _ _ _ ,,
"Budget and Finance; H. C. Powell,
Elk City; P. E. Baldwin, Hammon;
Claud Young, Crawford; W. A. Cook,
Wellington, R. H Stone. Canadian;
Allen Carver, Durham, Byron Haw-
kins, Strong City, J. H. Timnard,
Cheyenne, Sam Grandstaff, But.er,
W. J. Laws, Weatherford and Walter
A'len of Perryton.
About a hundred delegates were
here frem vari’ us towns along the
highway. A heavy rain Tuesday
made it impossible for Colorado dele-
gates to make the trip and other
towns south .-.lid east were unable to
send representatives on account of
A large delegation from Canadian
accompanied the President, D. J.
Young and Secretary-Manager. W.
A. Palmer. Durham, Roll, Crawford,
Strong City, Cheyenne and Hammon
were also well represented. Paul
Baldwin is to be complimented in the
manner in which he, assisted by other
business men, entertained the dele-
gates during their visit in Hammon.
On account of the i absence of
Governor Robertson and John White-
hurst* Whq Wired the last minute they
c hid not be lo ve, the evening pro-
gram was rearranged rnd other visit-
ing speakers gave short talks; Judge
Willis of Canadian, giving the open-
ing address, using as Lis subject,
‘How Glad I Am to Be in Elk City."
In extravagant phrases, he praised
our town, our men, our women, and
especially did he compliment Elk
City’s Band and Music Club, and
promised himss’.f that when, ,he re-
turned to his home he'would encour-
age and assist in 'organizing a band
for Canadian. In Lis closing remarks
he said: “Don’t think of dying be-
Mrs. C. V. Crumley of Tacoma.
Washington, arrived last night to
visit a week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. G. H. Crumley. She is enroute
home from San Antonio, Texas,
where she had been called because
of the death of her father.
Mrs. Joe Patterson and son Victor
of Oklahoma Citv are visiting her
mother, Mrs G. A. Flenner.
Mrs. E. Jarrell, accompanied by
her little daughter, Grace, returned
Wednesday from a week’s visit with
relatives at Marlow.
One Overland 90.
One Overland 85-4.
All in good running condition.
These are genuine bargains in good
used cars. Don’t miss this opportu-
nity to get a car worth the money,
at a Rock Bottom Price.
See G. B. DUDLEY
At the Galloway Motor Company
through our towns, but it i9 of great
benefit to the farmers in marketing
hiE crops and better roads bring more
eggs, poultry and cream into our
town. He complimented Secretary-
Manager Palmer, for his splendid
work in promoting the D-C-D, and
especially did he urge the different
towns to pledge their financial sup-
port in building a better highway.
E. D. Pritchard, president of the
Oklahoma Automobile Association,
told ofthe advantages of such an
organization within our state, and of
the interest they are manifesting in
all good road campaigns. This Asso-
ciation is only three months old and
has a membership of over 2,500.
A short talk was also given by W.
A Palmer. .
The music for the evening’s pro-
gram was furnished by the Ladies
Music Club assisted by the audience.
Each person was given a folder on
which were printed original songs
about the D-C-D.
NEW OFFICERS FOR D-C-D.
At the business session of the D-
C-D, this morning the following
officers were elected for the Oklaho-
ma Division of the D-C-D.
President, Joe Moad, Hammon.
Vice-President, A. G. Carver of
Sec.-Treas, Claud Taylor, Sentinel.
D. J. Young, was re-elected presi-
dent of the general Association; W.
B. .Hedlund of Elk City, vice-presi-
FAMILY WASHING SERVICE
RELIEVES EVERY WOMAN FROM WASHDAY TROUBLES
NO. 1—DAMP OR WET WASH
OUR DAMP WASH PRCESS means that your goods will be returned damp, (not wet)
in an ironable condition ready for starching and ironing, 85 percent of the moisture removed,
and you only starch a few pieces of the family washing.
FOR SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS YOU MAY SEND US 12 pounds, which is an average
and for every additional pound we will charge five cents extra. MINIMUM
NO. 2—FAMILY LAUNDRY SERVICE—UNSTARCHED
Known as Rough Dry, NO STARCH and consists of washing and drying the entire family
washing without starching. We iron the flat work, such as bed spreads, sheets, table cloths,
towels, pillow cases, napkins, dish towels, etc. For 75c you may send us 9 pounds and for every
additional pound we will charge you eight cents extra..
NO. 3—FAMILY LAUNDRY SERVICE—STARCHED
Known as Rough Dry STARCHED, and consists of washing and drying the entire family
washing, starching such articles as requires starch and then-ironing very peice of flat work,
such as bed spreads, sheets, table covers, pillow. cases, towels, napkins, dish towels, etc. For
SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS you may send 7V4 paunds and for every additional pound we
charge 10 cents extra.
ELK CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
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ELK CITY, OKLAHOMA
There is nothing in the whole list
of flesh-healing remedies that can
approach liquid Borozone in the
rapidity with which it heals cuts,
wounds, burns or scalds. It is a mar-
velous discovery Price 30c, 60c and
$1.20. Sold by the Gregory Drug
O. H. Young and G. H. Crumley
enjoyed meeting Mr. and Mrs.
Humphrey and Mr. and Mrs, Jack-
d,„. Oklahoma;,!.. M..iKSw.)»»
vice-president for Colorado; W. C.
Washburn, vice-president for Kan-
sans, and Judge Small vice-president
for Texas. W. A. Palmer was re-
elected Secretary-Manager and D.
The Convention in 1923 will be
held in Canadian, Texas.
’ BEAN GUESSING CONTEST
There were 1,926 beans in the
jar of beans and G. A. Hackworth
guessed the closest. He missed by
two, guessing 1,924. But not being
present, Miss Aubrey Clark was
next and was presented With the
$5.00 gold piece by the Chamber, of
Rev. J. L. Hefley received the
second $5.00 gold piece, Woodrow
Harris the third and Lee Campbell
formerly from Hill county, Texas.
For all kinds of Insurance and
Surety Bonds in good, reliable
Plenty of Money to Loan on
F. W. SNODDY
To Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dee Anderson,
Elk City, a baby girl was- bom- on
July 10, 1921.
On July 10th, a baby was bOMi to'
Mr. and Mrs. Gray H. Gomer.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phelps, of Har-
ris neighborhood, are rejoicing over
the arrival of a son last week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shough
southwest of town, on Thursday,
July 7th, a baby boy.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jack-
son a baby boy, on July 7th. ’
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Millington at Claude,
grand-child for Mrs. Millington.
Arthur Leach of Sayre, was here
yesterday on a business trip.
Miss Kidwell is reported seriously
ill with typhoid fever.
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Milk that pasteurized when thfc*’
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Sanitary Ice Cream Co., sqlls. Pa»r * »
..L9.e- * «uart,. 5c
pint. Delivered night and morning. „.
Mrs. Tom Bibbs of Tulsa, and Mrs.
Wilbanks of Bptler, spent the week
end with Mrs. Allen Lovelady.
Ben Lilly of Perryton, formerly
of Elk City, was among the D-C-D
IF V0UR FURNACr----^
L ARE '
And of course, the source of
our enthusiasm is in the product
—the high quality materials—
the careful inspection—and on
top of it all Willard Threaded
And if you need battery ser-
vice—you know where we are I
ELK Cm BATTERY CO.
ELK CITY, OKLAHOMA
W. H. McCorkle was here yester-
day and when Hewlett got busy with
that sugar McCorkle assisted. In
fact, he said Hewlett got all the
prune peddlers to help.
Mrs Florence Stover enjoved a
visit frem her brother, B. H. Stover,
of Wellington, Texas, who was a
delegate to the D-C-D Convention.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Booton of the
Sanitarv Ice Cream Co., left Tues-
day night in response to » message
stating Mr Booton’s father was vefry
ill and could not live but a few hours.
Do It the Electrical W
ELECTRIFY YOUR HOME.
When you put electricity in your
home you put joy in the family
There is about as much difference
between electricity and the oil
lamp as there is between the lamp
should visit our electrical shop
and see the many usages found
for electricity in the modern home
Our electrical appliances for the
kitchen are wonderful and are
becoming more in general use
WE DO ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK, OR WE CAN WIRE
, , — YOUR HOUSE FOR A VERY MODEST PRICE.
Elk City Ice Fuel and Light Company
W. E. CORN, Manager. Phone 123.
Elk Township, County of Beckham, State of Oklahoma
FINANCIAL STATEMENT ASOFB0ARD
»A” GENERAL FUND
CASH on hand June 30, 1921----.----------
TAXES—1920—In process of collection-----$obl./4
LESS th2 10% added for delinquencies------ 36.17
NET TAXES in process-------------------
TOTAL Current Assets-------------------
WARRANTS outstanding June 30, 1921------
RESERVES: J .
FOR APPROPRIATION—Unexpended Bal-
ance Current year—Line 18, Column 6-C.
FOR INTEREST—Accrued and accruing on
TOTAL LIABILITIES and Reserves---------
«B” SINKING FUND
CASH ON HAND JUNE 30, 1621—-.......
TAXES—1920—In process of collection-----f
LESS the 10% added for delinquent tax----- »•<»
NET TAXES in prccess—----- -—-- -- - -
BONDS— Matured-and outstanding June do,
< LIABILITIES .... ' .
,. _ _ _ ________,______ — - - --- -—-
CURRENT Surplus (Assets overr Liabilities-^
ESTIMATED NEEDS FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE .30, 1922
FOR USE OF TOWNSHIP BOARD
“D” GENERAL FUND Detail
For dragging and other maintenance of roads, (hot to exceed
the equivalent of a 2 mill levy)________________________$ 3,000.00
For sundry other expenses_______ 300.00
For road work, including compensation of supervisors_________ 1,700.00
For building bridges and culverts, and purchase of right-of-way- 600.00
"E” SINKING FUND
Bonds Outstanding (Schedule A)_______________________________none
Judgments Outstanding (Schedule A)___________________________none
ESTIMATED INCOME Collections
“F” GENERAL FUND
SURPLUS—.previous year (Line 10—A)---------------------$ 437.87
“G” SINKING FUND
SURPLUS—Previous year (Line 11—B)............... 221.29
TOTAL (Note 3)--------------.................... 221.29
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES
r HAT’S the matter with lhat
hot air beater?” you ask
and no one in your family
seems to know. Ask us that ques-
tion afteT we have taken a look at
it and we'll tell you its ailment
and what the cost of repairing it
GREGORY DRUG CO.
This trademark, atamead In tad
on the caaa, IdantiAm the Willard
Tfaraaded Rubber Battery.
CLASS OF ITEM
F or dragging and other maintenance
of roads (not to exceed the equivalent
cf a 2 mill levy----------------------
For sundry other expenses------------
Tor tools and equipment-----------;---
For road work, including compensation
of supervisors 7------------------
For building bridges and culvert*,
purchase of right-of-way----------
ment on the reverse side hereof, of the *„ab]v necessary in the proper conduct of the affairs of said township; that the statement of Estimate a—
than^dvaloremtaxation indues probable receipts, only, and, is not in excess of the actual collections from such source
curing the Pur™3J;g S’said statement and estimates wer.c prepare^ and made at a meeting held on the first Monday in July 1921.
G. B. EVERETT, Clerk; Member Board of Commissioners. A B CARMICHAEL, Trustee; Member Board of Commissioners.
BASCOM BATES, Treasurer; Member Board of Commissioners.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July 1921. y CANAVVtfj County Clerk.
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