Elk City News-Democrat (Elk City, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 6, 1921 Page: 5 of 8
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Always comfortable and cheery
in coldest winter weather with
morning service at the Methodist
Church, South will be given over to
a “Rally Day” program and the
awarding of certificates of promo-
tion to all who have completed the
i ;rade courses in the Sunday School.
The services will begin at ten o’clock
and end about 11:30. We want the
full membership of the church to at-
tend. Fathers and mothers will want
to see the Certificates of Promotion
awarded and hear the fine program
that has been prepared. This is to
a part in it.
the whole family,
jors an invitation.
ELK CITY NEWS-DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1921
how you’ll take to
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Before you’re a day older
you want to let the idea slip
under > r hat that this
is the open season to start
something with a joy’us
jimmy pip? — and some
Because, a pipe packed
with Prince Albert satisfies
a man as he was never satis-
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ented process) are a reve-
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could get acquainted with a
pipe! P. A. has made a
pipe a thing of joy to four
men where one was smoked
Ever roll up a cigarette
with Prince Albert? Man,
man — but you’ve got a
party coming your way!
Talk about a cigarette
smoke; we tell you it’s a
Prlnoe Albert it
mU in toppy red
bags, tidy red tins,
and halt pound tin
humidors and in the
pound crystal glass
nu m id or with
by R. J. Reynolds
the national joy smoke
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CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the people of'Elk
City and surrounding country for
their kindness and courteous treat-
ment we have received from you in
the fifteen years we have been in
business. I will ever remember your
kind words and acts in our joys and
sympathy and compassion when sor-
row came. Wishing one and all suc-
cess and happiness.
MRS. A. HORSTMAN.
Mr. and Mrs. John x Winburn of
Grimes, passed through Elk City Fri-
day enroute to Oklahoma City, to
viist the Fair, and also stay over
several days this week so that John
could attend the Grand Lodge of the
I. O. 0. F. _
Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Palmer were
visitors in Oklahoma City last week.
ELK CITY, OKLA.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Music were here
Saturday to meet Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Ridley of Oklahoma City, who came
here to visit a while. Mrs. Ridley
wag formerly Miss Martha Music.
Nixon Hallmark and family went
to Bjrick Saturday with his father, J.
T Hallmark, who had been here visit-
ing fox two weeks.
Mrs. N. B. Leverett of _
store was a business visitor at ..
homa City, the first of the week.
Now is the time to paint your barn—while
you can get this high quality paint at about
half what it cost a year ago. Your farm build-
ings are too important to neglect. Protect and
beautify them with COOK’S Paint. One dol-
lar spent for paint saves two dollars for repairs.
Service to customers is an important part of
our business and we can save you money, too.
Come in and let us help you solve your
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ELK CITY, OKLA.
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Rev. Stroud, pastor at Leedey, was
through Elk City Monday enroute to
Oklahoma City for medical treatment
Mr and Mrs. S. E. Henderson have
moved to Rocky where they will make
their home and where Mr. Henderson
will teach school.
Mis3 Jaunita Crosby in writing to
one of her girl friends recently, from
Kansas City said: “I wish you could
have been with us Sunday. We went
to “Long View Farm” about twenty-
three miles from here. There are
over 1,000 acres in the farm. The
barns, chicken houses and stables
are as pretty, as well ventilated, and
as clean as many houses I have seen.
The cottages that the hired help live
in are simply lovely, and Mr. Long’s
house is a dream. He has two
Pierce-Arrow cars and his wife has
one. His daughter has race horses
and her own race track. They have
their own water and light system,
golf links and even a base ball park.”
Mrs. C. R. Frye returned Monday
to her home at McCloud, Okla.. after
a visit with her mother, Mrs. Etta
Bell. She was also here bo attend
the funeral of her brother, Ivan Bell
Mrs. A. E. Culbertson, after a visit
of two weeks with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jonas Hedlund, returned
lest week to her home in Pasadena,
California. While here Mrs. Cul-
bertson was quite ill with typhoid
Sam Clinkscalss has returned to
Elk City after a few months visit
with his sister.
that has been
be the !
your neighbors an
The following program
Opening song, by the School,
Prayer, by Dr. J. A. Jester.
Announcements by Superintendent
Short Class period.
Song, by the School, Selected.
“Little Sunbeams,” song by Miss
Pearl Slate’s class.
“Tableau and Speaking” by Mrs.
C. R. Aswell’s class.
“The First Fruits,” recitation by
girls from Mrs G. B. Bagwell’s class.
“Count on Me,” song by Mrs. Wm.
“The World a Field for Service,”
address by Richard Beach.
“The Forces at Work,” short talks
by Mrs. Wm. Hunter, Miss Anna Mae
Lee and Donovan Martin, assisted by
a tableau of girls from Miss Mar-
garet White’s class.
“One is Missing,” song by Miss
Esther Gunter’s class.
“The Sunday School Weather Bri-
gade”, dramatized by Clifford Tisdal,
Raich Garnett and Clayton Bagwell.
Solo, selected, by Mrs. Guy Her-
Ten minute sermon by Rev. De
Vore on “Where to Get Stars for
Presentation of Certificates of
Promotion by Superintendent Henry
Remember the time and bej there
on tme. The exercises will begin at
ELK CITY, OKLA.
Modern Equipment for Sick and
Miss Bernice Baumwart visited at
Oklahoma City last week while at-
tending the Fair, and went from
there to Fort Worth. Texas, to visit
a brother living there.
G. C. Hosteter and Chas. Wycoff of
Custer City, were here Monday on
business, and also were advertising
the Free Fair to be held at Butler
October 6th 7th and 8th.
Food Sale by the M. E. Aid So-
ciety next Saturday at Bass’ store.
A full line of Men’s aitd Boys Hats
and Cape at J. C. Word’s Army
Store. See them before buying.
Mrs. Bessie Suttle and baby went
to Foss Saturday on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Perkins (nee
Grace Smotherman) with their bright
little baby came in Saturday from
Sayre where they have been visiting
her mother and will visit at the Per-
kins home south of town for a while.
Miss Iva Abbott went to Sayre
Saturday and visited over Sunday
with her brother, J. P. Abbott and
Miss Callie Nunley, one of the
teachers of the First. Primary, went
over to Texola Saturday to visit her
parents until Sunday evening.
A full line of Men’s and Boys Hats
and Caps at J. C. Word’s Army
Store. See them before buying.
Mrs. J. L. Heard and Mrs. E. B.
Smallwood attended the Fair at Okla-
homa City last week.
Miss Ruth Myers, who has been
here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Quisen-
berry, left Tuesday for her home at
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lam pert of
Brinkman, passed through here Mon-
day enroute home from Oklahoma
City where they attended the Fair.
S. Jackson of Cheyenne, and Judge
Grim were Elk City visitors ast Tues-
Arthur Smith returned Saturday
from a vacation trip to Los Angles,
California. He reports a fine trip.
Mrs. James Cole and little daugh-
ter of Topeka, Kansas, are here visit-
ing her sister, Mrs. Wiley Dunn.
Miss May Hiler, who is teaching at
Loveland, Okla.. this year spent the
week end with relatives and friends
T.nnt week a man in one of our large cities decided to
“take life easy”—sold his bakery, and with no confi-
dence in banks carried his thousands on his person. A
hold-up man took his entire wealth and in mature years
he must begin at the bottom again.
STOCKINGS WERE MADE FOR frEET
If you are hiding your savings—be they large or
small—take a lesson from the above incident and put
your money in a GOOD SAFE BANK.
Our Savings Department will pay you interest and
if deposits are made regularly you will be surprised at
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Lester Wallace, who has been
suffering the past two weeks from
blood poisoning is recovering, but he
has been a very sick young man.
Mrs. Mary Snoddy returned the
past week from Kolze, 111., where she
has been visiting the past few months
with her daughter.
Bella Vista school is taking a
months vacation so the scholars can
Mrs. W. E. Corn spent last Sunday
with friends at Altus.
Mrs. Jack Cummings is enjoying
a visit this week from her mother,
Mrs. S. A. Davison and sister, Mrs.
E. A. Reilly of Fort Worth. After
visiting here a few days they will
leave for Kansas and Mrs. Cummings
will accompany them.
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