Elk City News-Democrat (Elk City, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 6, 1921 Page: 8 of 8
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ELK CITY NEWS-DEMOCRAT,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1921
For the guidance of the public this
outline of activities is given:
Sunday, Oct. 9-*Sabbath School at
9:45 a. m., Worship with sermon
for the children at 11:00 a. m.,
Evening worship at 7:30.
Wednesday of each week at 7:30 p.
m., the Mission Study classes.
The Woman’s Synodical or State
Missionary Organization convenes at
Enid on October 11th. Mrs. W E.
Allen and Mrs. J. A. Tracy are the
Prices HaS)e Certain!}) Droppe
METHODIST CHURCH, SOUTH
H. S. De Vore. Minister.
Two blocks north of the Library.
The Sunday School hour and the
morning hour of worship will be given
over to the Rally Day exercises and
the awarding of Certificates of Pro-
motion. You are cordially invited to
be with us in this great service. See
the announcement of the Rally Day
At the night service, 7:30 p. m„
the pastor will preach on the ques-
tion, “Har. Anyone in Elk City Re-
ceived a Message From God?” You
will want to hear this sermon.
The Junior League, under the
A new way—a quick way
to paint your floors
No need to lug out all ing Floor Paint, you w
the furniture. Just move have a mess on yo
it over to one side; then hands,
paint the other side. Lowe Brothers Flo
Forty-eight hours, and Paint is made in a certa
it is all done, and the way to make it d
room in use again. That quickly, and hard, a:
means 2 days and 2 nights, still stand wear and tes
But you can’t do it with It gives a beautiful glos
"any old floor paint” As surface, that can be wip
Bure as preaching, if you up same as if it were glas
try it with anything but It is sold by only oi
Lowe Brothers Hard-Dry- dealer in town. That’s t
Everybody is picking cotton these
Mrs. James Cole and little daugh-
ter of Topeka, Kansas, who is here
visiting relatives, visited at Lester
Wolfe’s Sunday night and Monday.
Mrs. Cole was formerly Miss Mary
Newell and lived in the Pleasant
Wiley Dunn went to Cordell this
week to attend court.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wolfe and
daughter Bernice, visited at Mr.
Word’s in Elk City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Dunn had a
sort of a family reunion last Sunday
in honor of Mrs. Dunn’s sister, Mrs.
James Cole. Those present were:
Mr. Richardson and family, Ldster
Wolfe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Austin, Gladys Smith and Grandma
Miss Anna Dudley, the County
Superintendent, is visiting the Harris
school today (Tuesday.)
Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Marx
teres iNotnirtg oeti
,ali$, s$le, \)alue, fhan fhese r
Jckaflfner & Marx suits for fall; the pi
Western Lumber end Hardware Co,
Elk City, Oklahoma
for silk lined suits of tke rich
for $re newest styles for young
men; all wool fabrics; newest
colorings; all models.
Satisfaction or ^
J. J. Howe has sold his old Ford to
his son Sidney and has bought a new
Mrs. L. B. Kirkbride and children
of Elk City,_ spent a, few days with
tgle and double
her father, W. H. Hunter last week.
Doyle Stratton is attending high
school at Elk City, taking the 9th
G. P. Brown has traded his Max-
well for a Ford and will enjoy life
Homer Stratton is digging a storm
house for B. B. Jones, our pumper.
J. R. Gatten is running Rick Mar-
or. Misses and Children
tin’s broom corn thresher while Rick
is sowing wheat.
J. M. Armstrong, the manager of
the Carpenter elevator, tells us that
he has bought 17,000 bushels of
wheat, which would make a nice
School is progressing nicely with
Miss Mary Wilson as teacher, there
being thirty enrolled.
G. P. Brown won fourth money at
Odtober 11th, 1921
The strongest points in a woman’s
Garment are the Quality, Style and
Workmanship. Our selection has these
three (Outstanding features. In addition
our prices on Woman’s Suits, Dresses,
Coats, Skirts and Waists ate the least
possible; with experienced sales people
to show them, assuring you of perfect
65 Head Registered Duroc sows, gilts
and boars. > .
35 Head sows, bred or with litters.
15 Head open Spring Gilts.
15 Head Boars, at private sale.
These are Orion Sows, bred to Select
Pathfinder, a big boned sire of the right
type and breeding. .
-Sale Begins Promptly at 1 P. M.
Farm 1 mile north and 4 east of Mangum
Terms—CASH. Arrange with your
banker if you want credit.
BOB ROUCH, Auctioneer.
J. H. Sullivan, Owner
the Beckham County Fair with his
fast pacing mare. Dazzle B, and third
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at the Hobart Fair.
Elmer Corbin of Nebraska is visit-
ing his nephew Rufus Corbin this
week Elmer is a veteran of the
The school at Bella Vista will have
this month vacation so scholars can
pick cotton and not miss school. - *
There was a pie supper at Bella
Vista last Friday night where all had
an enjoyable time and the nice sum
of $26.10 was made to pay Rev. De
Vore for serving as pastor. He will
preach again Sunday, October 9th.
We are glad to learn that Mrs.
Baxter, who was sick last Friday and
Saturday is able to be up this week.
Rev. Parks preached at the school
J. W. Martin and family visited
J. F. Reed’s on Sandstone Sunday.
Grandpa and Grandma Pettus re-
turned home Wednesday evening
after visiting at W. T. Lewis’ since
the Saturday before.
Last Monday ten scholars were
going to high school from here but
sorry to say. it seemed too much for
them to do and three girls quit last
week. We are sorry all can’t go,
because an education is needed by
e»ery one these times. It cannot be
taken away and no one regrets hav-
ing an education but many regret
not having it. ^
• SPRING CREEK
Fanners ere busy harvesting
broom corn and cotton.
Rev. Brower filled his last appoint-
ment at this place September 25th.
All »re hoping for his return for he is
liked both by his members and those
outside of his church.
There will be a pie supper at the
school house Friday evening, Oct.
7th, after the mceing of the Farmers
John Stout is building an addition
to his house.
Misses Angie Marshall and Vera
Folette are attending school in Elk
Mrs. Roy Bergan was called to El
Reno by the death of her brother.
Women’s Suits from $22.50 up to $75.00
$17.50 up to $75.00
$20.00 up to $75.00
, .$5.00 up to $25.00
Waists from........$1.50 up to $20.00
School girls* Winter Coats from 3 years
to 20, prices from... .$3.50 up to $30.00
HAGER SCHOOL NEWS
The following pupils received per-
fect attendance certificates for the
month ending September 30th:
Eighth Grade—Georgia Thompson,
and John D. Zollman.
Fifth Grade—Lawrence McAlpin,
Fourth Grade—Ray Rowland.
Second Grade—Roy Rowland. Roy
McAlpin, Winston Zollman, Lucile
First Grade—Nell Combs, Elmo
Total enrollment, thirty and aver-
age daily attendance twenty-eight.
The most wonderful display of Fall and
Winter MILLINERY we have ever shown
with extremely low prices. Be sure you
look them over before making your se-
lection. Get our prices which will ap-
peal to all those desiring up-to-date
As mentioned last week there will
be a pie supper at Hager Saturday
night, October 8th.
A DELIGHTFUL ROW
“My wife had suffered from stom-
ach and liver trouble for many years
and had taken medicine enough to
sink a ship; so when I brought home
a bottle of Mayy’s Wonderful Rem-
edy, on the advice of my employer,
she refused to take it. Her liver
trouble hadn’t heped her disposition
any. We had a big row. but she took
it the next week. Her Ailments have
all disappeared.” It is a simple,
harmless preparation that removes
the catarrhal mucus from the intes-
tinal tract and allays the inflamma-
tion which causes practically all
stomachy liver and intestinal ail-
ments, incuding appendicitis. One
dose will convince or money refund-
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
For your winter supply of Outing, Blankets, Muslin,
Shirtings, Ginghams, Woolen Goods, Silks, Hosiery,
and Underwear are priced below today’s market value.
G. L Reed and family left last
week for Wellington, Texas, to
make their home, after a residence in
Elk City of eight years. They have
the be3t wishes of their friends in
their new home, and the News-Demo-
crat will follow them to keep them
posted about their old home town.
They still own their property here
which they have rented to E. W.
gives you a receipt for
PALACE DRUG STORE
Elk City, Oklahoma
The man who knows all things is
not ppor. He is rich in conceit.
When a woman sees her own
beauty others see her vanity.
Miss Nellie Barrett went to Foss
Saturday on a visit.
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