Elk City News-Democrat (Elk City, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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ELK CITY NEWS-DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1922
LOST PURSE RETURNED
While in Elk City Sunday, Mrs. W.
A. McKinney lost her purse, contain-
ing more than $60 in cash. After
she arrived home and missed the
money, she phoned Mr. H. Ruzika,
agent at Elk City depot, and he re-
ported to her that he found the
purse and later she received it
through the mail.. Mrs. McKinney
was much pleased and assures us
she knows at least one really hon-
est man.—Mangum Star.
MONEY FOR ALL
Grant Kagain asks us to print the
“If the Republicans had been ec-
onomical along other lines, the ex-
service men would wait patiently for
their turn, but there was money en-
ough to give the profiteers 460 mil-
lions relief a year by the repeal of
the exress profits tax (that tax
would have paid the bonus In ten
years besides penalizing profiteer-
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The protracted meeting closed on
Sunday eve. Rev. Johnson returned
to his home in Tulia, Texas. He
had a good audience most of the ■« •
time. Two members were added.
John Bennett and Harley Harring-
ton were baptised on Sunday.
Rev. Kloppenstein preached here
Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham of
Grimes, lost their little girl on Tues-
day last. The little one had her
:: Follow the crowds, come to the.Diamond “C”
in Elk City.
Mrs. J. H. Nischwitz went to Strong
City last week for a short visit with There was money enough to give
her mother. . ; loss than five thousand millionaires
A fine rain a^Tiittle hail fell in' t*S&£n" 5*s°o“ bWconS *£? ^atlong S
Elk City last Saturday afternoon. I There was money enough to give Xu she w^ taLn ^cT thu’ time IT
Elmer Neel of Vinson, is visiting guarantee* dividends “(when ’ did "the jfympath"'of' all.^The” afso'Tav^'
at the Hall home this week. |government guarantee a fair income little one who came*1 to their home!* !
—— _ . . to farmers, laborers, or merchants?), on Saturday before the little sister!
Edd Reed of Wheeler, Texas, visi- There was money enogh for a re- WB3 called awav on Tuesday ‘ ***
ted Paul Green last Friday publican house to pass a bill loaning, Mr. and Mrs. Clancv. Mr knd Mrs.
Calvin AndrewT'and”wife of Be,! tl^LVoty^gh
lin, were shopping here Friday. j according to the Republican leaders. lat7o£ Congratu-
M, and Mrs. J. W. Griffin ^ ^ °f * ^ I ^ ^ "TS!* S'
mother, Mrs. F. H. Griffin of Sayre. Why does the money suddenly fail tonsilitis Thursday and Frid^ She
visited Mrs. A. F. Ansley Saturday, when a bonus is asked for the boys is aU right now and wasd ableS to! 4*
. . „ ■ ' I who bore the risks while big busi- takp hpr nlnrp
Tom Hawkina of Iowa, arrived ness made enormous profits? The The Williams Brothers and fami
here last Friday to visit his brother, ex-service men have had a test of -■ ™ Brothers and fami-,T
Fred Hawkins. i Republicanism—W. J. BRYAN.
Henry Hunter and wife went to
Hobart Friday to attend the Meth-
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- I # Mrs. Robt. N. Ross, Reporter #
S. W. C. met at the Hut last ft ft
Thursday night for their regular OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO*
business meeting. I A good rain fell here Saturday af-' where
. - I ternoon for which we are all' thank
Mrs. E. S. Untergrove and chil-'ful. It is an unusually nice fall,
dren of Delhi, are guests of her mo-! TI Tr‘ “
ther, Mrs. 0. J. McGough.
Mrs. H. F. Wynn, Misc Ora McAr-
thur, Miss Velma Stringer and Sid-'
! ney Howe attended the District Tea
lies were called to Elk City on last
Thursday to the bedside of their j * *
sister, Mrs. Neighbors. They were *
to go again Monday, to be present
as they think she will be operated on
for a tumor.
Miss Elizabeth Steele is at home
on a vacation. She will leave for
Memphis, Tenn., in a short time,
she will take nurse’s train-
ing. Miss Elizabeth is an accomplish-
ed you,ng lady and we wish her suc-
Richerson and Miss Lena
-- ney nowe auenaea tne uiscnct lea- „„ o..„ xr
Miss Anna Dudley of Sayre, was chers’ Meeting at Mangum last week vemblr 6th Thev uT' win
here Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Moore and
brother. Doc Moore of Hollis, are
visiting at the J. R. Shaffer home.
Miss Eunice Riggs of Thomas, Ok-
lahoma, spent last week end here
visiting her sister, Mrs. Roarko
Miss Cinda Cox of Foss, visited
relatives here Saturday and Sun-
Marcus Clemons of Oklahoma
City, was here last Wednesday.
. _ vember 5th. They are both well
and report a good time. known to all their many friends who • •
der Oklahoma," murneT home Sul, WiKh them * h“PPy life' +
day after visiting a few days with
relatives. ( ***##*##****#*#*
Charley Howe went to Weather- * O
ford Sunday where he will attend the * GRANDVIEW ft
S. W. Normal the ensuing term. I “ _ _ _ _ _ .. *
Our November Drive
:: For a $30,000 Volume of Business
the Value of Your Dollar
J. T. McArthur of' Oakwood, Ok-
lahoma, visited his aunt, Mrs. Lulu . ... _ . . , .
McArthur,• one day last week. j A fine rain Saturday so the rest
Remember the appointment of Rev Of the wheat will now come up and;
Taylor at this place the Third San- gT2^V-
day in this month, at eleven a.m. , ',0 co.ws ajld one horse were kill-
Rev. Taylor is an able minister and e< Saturday by lightning on school
will'give a sermon worth while. ; section near Mr. Kelley s hay stack
Saturday is Armistice Day, and it and °ut buddings were blown over,
.is now four years since the signing of an empty house east of the school
Mrs. Maggie Bennett and her sis- that important document and not one section moved, some chimneys down
ter, Mrs. Ida Cuff, were here Satur- dime for adjusted compensation, bet- and.50<>* torn up some.
ter known as the bonus. It looks like * e, was no sehool Thursday
our boys served an ungrateful people an„ Friday as teacher, Leo Rus-
but let us hope that justice may be ,se‘*> ,a!;^ended teacheas meet-
done. | mg at Mangum.
A young cyclone visited our neig i-' There was no school Tuesday on
boring town of Hammon, Saturday, account of election day.
afternoon, doing much damage by' T Nearly everybody will be at Mr.
blowing down telephone poles, un-| Lusby s sale ^Thursday and at Mr.
roofing houses and blowing away, Cartmill s near Bella Vista,
out buildings. Wilbur Walton’s house „ Mr8- “• Cooper went up to
was one of those unroofed. . | Strong City last Wednesday to -stay
W. P. Davis of Rocky Ford, Colo-if month or six weeks with her daugh-
I. ■ . • X <■ nr n T a 1* Vi T*<T1 VI7 Klin K o V II n IM Avon Lam
is the first picture of the Bible
series to be shown—Story Theatre,
Friday, Nov. 10th. There will be 12
of these pictures exhibited in Elk
City, one every Friday—Story, and
Saturday—Quality. These film ver-
sions of the Great Narratives of the
Old Testament is ' a FAITHFUL, |
AUTHENTIC, NON-SECTARIAN I rado is visiting at the N. W Bassett 'ter Virgric, while Ray Dameron, her
and wholly UNBIASED pictorial. home. | son-in-law, was prospecting for lo-
treatment of the early chapters
Our November Drive for a $30,000.00 Volume of Busi- \ \
ness is starting off in great shape. This Drive is a business
stimulating event with a three-fold purpose in view—to
produce a large volume of business, to keep merchandise
moving and to provide savings for our patrons by selling ::
winter goods with a very small profit attached. In other
| words“We’re giving extra value to get extra volume”
We have a complete stock of Fall and Winter merchan-
dise, bought at the lowest price of the year; and although
market prices are advancing, if you buy your needs at this
store you will not be paying advanced prices. ^
THE STORE WITH THE RIGHT GOODS
OR Y 00005 CO.
Children have very deli,
cate digestions, easily
disturbed by too much
“dosing.” Treat croup
and colds “externally” by
Over 17 Million Jan Utti Yearly
Mr. Dearberry is our new pumper, cat'°n L°s Angeles, California. Alii
taking the place of B. B. Jones.
Sunday dinner guesta of Mrs. J.
A. Morgan were Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Morgan and children of Snyder, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Turpin, Mr. and Mrs
Lewis Donham, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Morgan of Elk Creek. After dinner
they got in cars and went down to
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hollman’s and
visited a couple of hours and from
there they went to W. W. Turpins,
where all enjoyed themselves singing.
are sorry toJiave Mr. Cartmill's leave
with Xm' andean ’“wilTbe"etly 11 *++^*+*******^*+*****+*^*W+**^^*****+^*^+++-H-+++++Z
welcome them back.
AT THE MOVIES NEXT WEEK
With the serial program you will
ice a complete chapter from the Bi-
ble, for the neat twelve week*, also
A Comedy, Western Picture, and an
"Conu an, Alice,' yea haeu
Mother said we are going
J® have Kellogg’* Corn
Flake* for Innch. And that**
the kind I like to eat about
m whole box of, because
they ain’t tough to oat!
Como on «#T hurry up!"
arc a taste thrill
at meals or any time
That’s because Kellogg’s Corn Flakes are so deliciously
flavored—the Kellogg flavor that is known all over
the civilized world 1 You, as well as the little folks, can
eat great bowlfuls of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes day after
day—and each sunny-brown, crispy, crunchy spoonful
thrills the taste as though it was the first!
Put Kellogg’s in comparison with imitation corn
flakes! Kellogg’s Corn Flakes are never tough or
leathery or hard to eat! They are all-
the-time crisp, all-the-time good! Don’t
miss such enjoyment!
Insist upon Kellogg’s in the RED and
GREEN package that bears the signa-
ture of W. K. Kellogg, originator of
Corn Flakes! NONE ARE GENUINE
* BELLA VISTA SCHOOL *
* NOTES *
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Bella Vista School is progressing,
nicely with Miss Nellie Martin as!
teacher in the primary, and Mrs. W.1
Y. Edwards as principal.
The total enrollment in the pri-
mary to date is twenty-eight. The
total enrollment in Room No. 2, is.
Those neither absent or tardy'
in the primary during the month of j *
October, were M.irgaret Lyda, Glen I X
Richardson, George Price, Audrey
Lewis, Helen Bailey, Leona Postoi,
Ethel Richardson, and David Van-
Vacter. Those neither absent or
tarddy in Room Number Two were
Roy Roberson,' Charley Roberson, Lu
cillc Pettus, Hailey Hiebert and El-
Elvyn Green held the highest de-
portment record in Room Number
Two for October, and Hailey Hie-
bert held the highest grade in the
Fifth Grade Spelling Contest.
Chanel exercises, which are held
every Monday morning, are greatly
enjoyed by the children of both
The School Board has ordered new
Hyloplate black boards for both
rooms. It will be a great help and
will certainly be appreciated by
both pupils and teachers.
Miss Ruth Price visited in Room
Number Two Thursday afternoon.
At iukfr* *f CELLOCC’S KktnttlB sad KELLOGG’S IRAN, ill! islhi—Hil
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A good many in this community
attended the singing convention at
Our teachers attended the teach-
ers’ convention at Mangum the past T
week. j < |
Miss Anna Dudley visited our *)
school and the Missouri School on'..
Tuesday afternoon. j.,
Miss Flora Walker began a school ..
at Rock Bluff on Mopday. These j..
people are fortunate in securing her J.
for a teacher. I
„ Mrs. Ernest Wilson and father 6fl +
Amarillo, joined her husband and • •
two sons, who have been here for! 4*
some time looking for a location. j • •
Mrs. Lydia Wren of Elk City, spent1 • •
the week end at Carpenter visiting'
friends and relatives.
W. H. Stanka, former section fore-
man at Carter, will take charge of
the section here Tuesday.
H. C. Morgan, who is working on
the bridge gang at Camargo, is vis-
iting home folks.
Rusty nail wounds, festering
sores, burns and scalds heal rapidly
when liquid Borozone is applied. It
is both antiseptic and healing. Price
90c, 60c and $1.20. Sold hyGi
To Help You
We offer you lumber of the best
quality at the lowest possible price.
“Build Better Homes” that is the |
important thing. You should, know ; .
uie lumber you buy and you can. :
A home is a real investment and
the lumber should be of the best
material. You can buy the best here.
Phone 70. Elk City, Okla.
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Blackburn, Verna. Elk City News-Democrat (Elk City, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1922, newspaper, November 9, 1922; Elk City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497134/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.