Elk City News-Democrat (Elk City, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 1, Ed. 2 Thursday, May 4, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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THE ELK CITY NEWS-DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1922
your farm loan that may be
Have you considered my propo-
Can you bea£ my rate and
Have you given me a chance
I do not have to wa5t for some
one else to come here and pass
on the security,4I do that, write
your papers and give you a
check for the money just as
soon as your title is approved.
All farm loans handled
through F. P. Thorne, Water-
ville, Kansas. Ask some one
who has a loan with Thorne
how he treats them, then
“LEAVE IT TO GUY”
Elk City, Oklahoma
THE JOY OF
HAVING A MODERN
More important than hav-
ing a motor car or a piano
is to have a complete mod-
You will enjo- your home
still more when it contains
that beautiful snowy white
bathroom equipment such as
you see pictured in the maga-
* J. H. NISCWITZ *
* PLUMBING AND HEATING *
* All Kinds of Sheet Metal *
* Work *
.* Headquarters fpr Pipes and *
* Fittings *
* NORTH MAIN STREET *
* C. H. FRITCH *
THE OLD RELIABLE FIRM
General Line of Automobile
First door North of P. O.
O’DONNELL A PHILLIPS
ELK CITY, OKLA.
Phone 381. East Broadway.
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US YOUR KODAK •
-We Do It Botto
a Developing films, single rolls, *
# 10c each; packs 20c. ft
* Prints 2%x8% and smaller, •
R 4c each: larger 5c. •
0 A deposit with mail order for 0
0 full amount required. Wert- •
0 turn any excess. •
* You will be pleased with our ft
0 French gloss finish and our 0
0 prompt service. ft
• C. M. BRIGGS, Pketograpker. •
• ELK CITY, OKLA.
JOHNSON CLEANING *
“To keep your •
Wardrobe in per- 9
feet condition.” •
Accordian, Knife ft
0 Box Pleating a Specialty. 9
0 Phone 829 0
If you have any farm or city
property to sell or trade see W.
J. Si ' ‘
letary, with F.. W.
We have plenty of ready
money to l&ftri on farm prop-
erty on reasonable terms. Lftt
us look after your rentals for
Come in and let’s get ac-
F. W. SNODDY
PLANT AND BULB SALE
The ladies of the Presbyterian
Church will have another plant and
bulb sale Friday and Srt’irday, May
5th and 6th, in the building first
d6or north of Hewlett’s Grocery.
Buy your plants now of these ladies.
ENTERTAINED GIRL FRIENDS
Mrs/ Raymond Cuispr and Mrs.
Henry Tyler entetfaiined their girl
friends to a one o’dlock dinner Wed-
nesday at the Taylor home on Broad-
way. The table looked beautiful
with its cut glass and silver. After
luncheon a pleasant time was spent
in visiting and with music. The
guests were Mesdames Carroll
Massey, Virgil Hill, Pete Hill, Louis
Ross, Chas. Glazner, T. D- Dobry, H.
B. Roberts, Misses Irene Hedlund,
arid Ethel Tesmar.
A MAY BREAKFAST
• The Happy Helpers Class of the
Presbyterian Church have invited
the Loyal Messengers to a May
breakfast in the country eight miles
on next Saturday, May 8th. Of
course they will have a happy time.
Mrs. Hedlund and Mrs. Hewlett are
teachers of these classes.
The Aid Society of the First M.
E. Church will have a food sale
Saturday, May 13th, at Bass’
REV. HEFLEY HERE SUNDAY
Rev. Hefley will return the last
of the week and will be here to con-
duct the regular services Sunday
morning and evening. Let the mem-
bers take notice'and be present, and
be sure and ask your friends. Sun-
day school at 10 o’clock.
BAPTISTS AT URAL
The Baptists church at Ural will
change the dates of their metings
from the fourth to the first Sunday
of each month. Rev. W. M. Bristow
Mrs. A. L. Glazner is on the sick
list this week.
Flora June Dobry is on the sick
list this week. , 1
Ray" Redden of Crawford is here
for a few day* visit/ ■ His mother,
Mrs. A. B. Redflen, who has been vis-
iting at Crawford Hie past week re-
turned,, with him tq Elk' City.
The Epworth Leagoe of the M. E.
Church. South will spend the day,
May 6th, at the Granite'mountains.
Archie Church of Grimes was in
Ralph Repass, of Grimes spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
here. - \ \
Mrs. J. L. McKinncv went to
Clinton Saturday for a few days
* DR. E. S. KILPATRICK •
* Physician and Surf non 0
* Over the Palace Drug Store 9
* —Phoaaai— 0
9 residence 365; Office 110 •
* ELK CITY, OKLA. •
- R. N. LINVILLE *
* Lawyer- 9
* —Phones;— *
* Office 148. Residence 209 *
* Office in front rooms upstairs *
* Over State Exchange Bank i
* Building. f
ft ELK CITY, OKLA. *
ft T. D. PALMER, M. D. *
ft Physician nnd Surgeon *
ft All Eye, Ear, Nose ana Throat ft
ft Work Done. Glasses Fitted. *
ft Work Guaranteed ft
ft Over the Palace Drug Store ft
ft . Phone 81. ft
ft ELK CITY. OKLA. ft
* DR. V. C. TJSDAL «
ft Physician and Surgeon ft
ft Over First National Bank ft
ft Telephone 68 ft
ft ELK CITY, OKLA. ft
ft J. E. STANDIFER, M. D. «
ft First door south of Herring ft
ft A Young’s—up stairs. ft
ft -Phone..— ft
ft Office 88. Residence 72. ft
ft ELK CITY, OKLA. ft
ft O’DONNELL BROS. *
ft —Auctioneers— ft
ft Leave Dates at News-Demo- ft
ft crat office if yon do not ft
ft find us. ft
ft “JIM A MIKE” ft
ft ‘ ft
* J. J. SLANKARD ft
* Graduate Veterinarian *
* Phone 202 or 226 *
* ELK CITY, OKLA. ft
* WILL C. MITCHELL *
ft -Dentist j ft
ft Office First Stairway South of ft
ft Herring A Young’s. 9
ft —Phenest— ft
ft Office 64. Residence 416 ft
ft ELK CITY, OKLA. g
ft DR. J. E. BROWN *
ft -Dentist—r— ft
ft State Exchange Bank Bldg, ft
ft Formerly Dr. Roland's office ft
ft Telephone 230 ft
ft ELK CITY. OKLA. ft
THE HENERY HOOZITS BY GARRY •
LOCAL GRAIN MARKET
There was practically no grain
moving in Elk City this week. The
wheat market was somewhat weaker
this week jthan last. An unusually
poor demand for kaffir, oats and
corn prevailed during all of the
week. , ,
The Farmers Milling and Supply
Company paid the following prices
for grain yesterday:
No. 1 Wheat ___________I___$1.16
Kaffir ________________i___ .60
Yellow Corn L____lJ__ .55
White Corn ___________4,___ .52
0)ats .........._......i... .85
No. Alfalfa Hay, ton______$20.00
No. 1 Millet Hay, ton_____.$18.00
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Plenty of money to loan on
Farms and City Property.
40 acres close in to trade fin-
160 acres to sell. A good one,
well improved, 25 acres Alfal-
We write all kinds of Insur-
ance. Let us write your Hail
Insurance on your wheat and
W. H. WINN‘& CO.
REV. DE VORE WILL PREACH
AT URAL SUNDAY AFTERNOON
The service which was to have
been held Sunday afternoon was
postponed on account of the weather.
The service will begin at three
o’clock. A; song service, will-pre,
cede the preaching. Come arid
bring your friends.
THE M. E. SOUTH
METHODIST CHURCH, SOUTH
H. S.t,fee/'\S<rfe,.iSfchW*t‘ ’
Two Block North of.,Library
The theme for- the serntwi at the
morning hour will, be based jen
sixth chapter of Matthew,
pastor would like -those who cqpje
the morning jservicato read tW;
chapter befSre Sunday. >i
The Women’s Missionary- Saciety
will have charge-of the evenirfg ser-J
vice. A special. program has beer
prepared which you will greatly ei
joy and appreciate.
The Epworth Leagues will me;
at their usual hours. 1
You are invited to all the servfb
of the church. Yon are a- stranghS
only once at the Hdme-like church.
Mrs. Jack 'Donoho had as her house
guept last week, Miss Wanna Maft
Randel of Vtci,'pjkla. * vv" Cl
Met at the church Wednesday
afternoon, fourteen answering to
roll call. On account of the funeral
services of Mrs. Adair, just a short
begin ess -session was conducted by
the President Mrs. FlyfinTaiid then
.*■} f the meeting was adjourned..
4%en the ladies 'practiced on the
prpgrtftn which they wall have Sun-
day evening, beginning at eight
radius:; of jniles. Beyond that
Cdistarice $2.w"k year
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Country Produce !;
I want all the Eggs, Cream and Poultry I can get at
the Cash Market Price. I have your Gream weighed
correctly and tested the same way. I will not over-
test nor under-test to get your business, but I will pay
you for every ounce you bring. I will be^lad to show
my returns on Cream to any customer at any time, so
you can know how we are testing.
I have always found honesty in dealing with the-
public, the best in the end. ■ ■■ ;.
I have plenty of Caflfe Seed, Sudan See<L Millet Seed,
Milo Maize, Kaffir and Broom Corn Seed in stock.
All Grades of Salt, White Gray and Sulphurized
Blocks, Ice Cream Salt, Table Salt, and 25 pound and
50 pound Sack Salt.
Plenty of Oyster Shells, Baby Chick Feed and Grits.
A nice line of stone jars and jugs.
A nice line of Fruits and Vegetables carried at all
A fine stock of Tobacco to select from.
Tubs, Buckets and Half Bushel Measures cheap. ■ ' * *
Cabbage, Tomato and Sweet Potato Plants carried
,, in season.
In fact, I have
Station. . * "•
an all round store
T. H. McLEMORE I!
• • Phone 276:
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South Main St; "
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Mrs. Atchison wiio has been
the bed side of her son-in-law
Burns, for the past two weekB, left
Hums, iui tuc pqob two vr
Mondayfor the Buyn’s home at Vegii.
Tekas. Mr. Bums is reported- \>
Mrs. Joe Stankey left Monday fat
a three week’s visit with relatives
at Clinton and Butler.
Mr. and Mrs. D. McGrady of near
Port were among the Elk City visit-
ors Satuurday. Mrs. McGrady say*
thev will soon have new potatoes,
having had some come up real early
volunteer. She had lots of volunteer
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ross are mov-
ing this week to the Middleton resi-
dence on East Third Street, which
they recently purchased. The prop-
erty which they vacated bus been
rented by N. Kirson.
Mr. and Mix. John West and»Mr.
and Mrs. Louie Carr, of Strong City,
were Elk City visitors this week.
Mrs. A. S. AHender attended the
Presbyterial at Hobart last week.
J. D. Garnett is enjoying a
from his mother Mrs. D. Garnett am
his sister, Mrs. Wi 8. Martin
Durant. ; ,.(j
visit ' ’
Mr. and Mn, E. L. Killion and
children returned to their home at
Delhi, Saturday, after a few days
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
O. J. McGaugh.
Mrs. Cecil Reynolds underwent an
operation at Elk City Hospital last
G. L. Davis of Murphy’s Gin, was
a visitor in town Saturday.
A. P. Hubbard of Leedey was
transacting business in our city last
ft- .i — —
Mrs. Ed Smith of Grimes, was in
Elk City last week under the doc-
H. C. Powell made a business trip
to Sayre Tuesday.
Mrs. Ada Ulmer is visiting with
Mrs. L. W. Hicks this week.
Mrs. Sallie Starkey of Grimes,
was in Elk City the past week.
When your breath is bad, appetite
poor, and you feel “blue” and dis-
couraged. you need Herbine. Onfe
or two doses will set you right It
is a exeat system purifier. Price .
«nc Sold by Gregory Drug Storq. :
Elk City. 5-2'
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