The Apache Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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APACHK CA > ; ni'NTY. OKLAHOMA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY II. 192|T
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APACHE bUtt BANK
Apache Stale Bank
j W HANNAH O. K. WIIITK. J. W. IMERATT.
I'rwulent Vice President < ashler
W. V. Hardy Ass't Cashier
The Bank Behind the Farmer
The Farmer who is without the barking and suppot • f a
strong bank is treading upon dangerous ground.
The business of farming is, at times, precarious : and no
farmer can alford to !>e without the protection that is given
by a friendly connection with a helpful ba* k.
Open an account with us; I andle your busine s thru this
bank, and establish the credit you may later need.
The Apache Stale Bank
APACHE -• - - OKLAHOMA
Liond Issue To Come Up Soon.
A inti of the qualified vwim ot
A|iarh«' is ht-ing compu ted this week
11 ejiarstory (o circulating the petition
| for a s|>ecial election to vote bonds for
u high school addition to the present
Apache School Huilding.
It will be neceasary for thirty per
j cent of the qualified voters of Apache
t > sign this petition, which calls for a
| bond issue, liefore the s|iocial
. « < ction can be held. Members of the
| s iiool board and patrons of the school
, however, all fee ct.ntid.nt that the pe-
I lit ten will have more than the necessa-
| ry number of a gners and the urgency
i of the need for a high school addition is
I so great that there is but little douht
II it the election uill result in an over-
I w lelmingly large bond vote.
While the issue called for is $40,000
in all probability bonds will not be is-
si i d for the whole amount $25,000 to
$<0,000 U'lng the ultimate issue antici-
p Mi This is due to the decrease in
| cost of material and lalstr.
The present plan, which is only ten-
tative, is for an addition on the north
side of the present main building This
Cache Valley Realty
F ire, Tornado and Flail
IXSl' it A n <• K
New York Life Insurance
J. S. Dalton & P. M. Gotham
Apache - Oklahoma
’ANY motorist8 are fast learning the
value of having their cars thorough-
ly overhauled at regular intervals.
Fewer repair bills, better mileage and
longer service repay you many times the
price of proper overhauling.
Give Your Car New Life
Don’t wait until your car stops running
before putting it in the shop. The more
you run it after it commences to get“balky”
the more harm you are doing it, and the
more it will^ cost to have it put in good
We can do a thorough job — and do it
Lake Garage 6c Machine Shop
C. E. Miller and J. R. Presnell, Owners
Telephone Number 64 Apache, Oklahoma
eo nd fi » r. There will be two entran-
•*. attain entrance from the North]
and a \N «»t entrance leading directly
to the class rooms. Interior entrances
will be cut in Ute walla of the mam
These plans, drawn by Oklahoma
Tty architects, who have made two
irip to Apache recently, will be on dis-
play in the window of the Wells Hard-
wan Co. The special election will be
called for March.
Mr. and Mra. R. L. Kpperaon enter-
tained at their home Tuesday evening,
Fhe evening was spent at cards. Those
pro* nt were; Mr. and Mr*. H. S. Green
Jewell I.asley, J. M. Kohart, R. W.
Frick, Charley Stone, J. W. Ilsnnnh,
Or. and Mrs. I*. It. Myers, Mra. II. W.
Benjamin and Mrs. (J. M. Herber.
Mr. and Mr*. C. D. Campbell of Cyril
were also guest*.
Oysters, fried oyaters, stewed oys-
ters and more oysters was the order of
the evening Monday night when the
1 armors I nion gave an oyster supper
for the number* of the Union and
their familiei at the Herber Opera ■
House. Preceding the supper there was
Union rooms at wl
... .... oreaent main building This a mu ting in the.^mmi i.iunm «. wnirn
addition will be 4»)xftii feet with a 15 foot time a round table discussion of farm
ball between it and the present building | problems was held. There were about
An auditorium, with stage and dressing 100 persons present at the supper and
re m, will occupy the first door and only oad weather kept the crowd from
the regular class rooms will be on the being larger.
Our New Spring Line of Fine
Oxfords and Pumps
have arrived. We invite you to call and see the
snappy new designs in footwear
We also extend our
to you to c ill at our
EastmanKodaks ? I DryGootls Department
- A * S |
There Is Pleasure in Kodaking
The big, open out-doors is beginning to issue
the call to the wild in our nature—to the wood,
the brook where the lish^s play and to the
big greening landscape on every side
KODAK TIMK — SURE THINO
Prescription Compounding a Specialty
Carter-Hrabe Drug Co.
The JyfexcSJL Store
and inspect the many pretty new things f< r
New Spring Dresses
Jenkins & Scott
“The Store That Satisfies”
State Bank Building. Apache, Oklahoma
Big Values Little Costs
Pr.ces Are Now Stabilized
Values have reached legitimate
levels and are worth the money
We still have in stock a good supply of
Men’s and Boy’s Suits
L^nderwear --- Swe a t ers
• and Blankets
These Goods at a Great Bargain
We have just received an advance shipment of
Ladies’ Slipper and Oxfords
Fashion’s Offering in Spring Footwear
Staple and Fancy Groceries
G. W. TEMPLE
“Where Quality and Prices are on Friendly Terms”
First National Bank
OF APACHE, 0KLA.
W. T. CLARK,
J. M. ROli ART,
A. C. 1)01.F,
Capital and Surplus, $40,000.00
IT IS IMPORTANT
The seeds you plant are selected with great care*
The HANK is a necessary factor in your success, and it is
important that you use groat care in selecting your Hank.
T his BANK will hear your closest investiga-
tion and invites your business
We have money to loan at all times
to successful men and women.
Member of the Federal Reserve System
We Make Farm Loans
♦ ^8 Apache Phone 110 Oklahoma
Its Cheaper to Buy
You get by far the greatest value for your mon-
ey when you buy a De Laval—because it will
give you much better ar.d longer service
than any other separator
From the standpoint of its greater durability
alone, the De I aval is the most economical cn am separator
to buy, and when ycu also take into ctnsid ration its clean-
er skimming, easier running, greater capacity, and less coit
for repairs, the price of the cheapest machine on the
market is the most exorbitant compared
with that of the De Laval.
And there is no reason why you should let first
cost stand in the way either, because the De Laval may
be purchased on such liberal terms that it will ac-
tually pay for its If out of its own savings.
Get Quality and Service: We Give Both
J. T. Weils Hardware
and Implement Co.
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The Apache Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1921, newspaper, February 11, 1921; Apache, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951876/m1/1/: accessed May 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.