The Gotebo Gazette (Gotebo, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 31, 1921 Page: 1 of 10
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GOTEBO, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1921,
The next time an Easter^low
omes we had just as soon have
t all together.
A dust storm from the west
was one of the variations of the
Mr. T. C. Wallace, who w^s in
rom the Cooperton country this
peek, says the green bugs are
loing no harm in his country.
Now we may expect to have,a
eli of nice weather for a sea-
The Presbyterians are having
the mance repaired and an ad-
dition built to it. Rev. Hogan,
the pastor, expects to move into
it as soon as completed.
Quite a lot .of improvements
are goifcg on around town.
(HATS! LADIES HATSil
I "New and Latest in Ladies and 1
| Misses Hats, and priced right. |
| Now on Display. |
| Griffith's Variety Store." \
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The Little Brown Hen Chick Feed
Is the Best
and the only.Chix feed vou can buy, which is made
according to U. S. Department of Agricultural
formula. Try a s r.a 11 sack and you will want more
Sweet Clover seed,
Pure Acala Cotton seed.
Will soon have plenty of Sudan and Cane seed.
That Cold Pressed Cotton Seed Meal has certainly
been giving good results. Treat your milk cows to.
a feed of it and increase your milk and cream pro-
Give us your orderTor Thresher Belts, alf siieST^
Elevator Phone 116
Produce House 92.
FARMERS UNION CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION.
C. L. ALBRIGHT, Mgr. |
From Mount Peak.
Alf Echols shipped a sack of
goose quils to Kansas City to
have made into tooth picks. He
says they will be needed w:hen
they begin to eat old roosteis
for spring chickens.
Mrs. Warner went over to Al-
tus Sunday, to spend the day
with her son, who is in jail there
Mrs. Gray got caught on the
wrong side of the creek during
the big rain. She says she ' 'got
wet up to jints, tring to get
John Killman ppent Sunday
with Jack Brown snd family
Sunday. Jack says he couldn't
help it. i
The big dance that was to be
pulled off at Sam Hudson's Sat-
urday night was a disappoint-
ment. Bill Smith, the accom-t
plished musician, went over to
Sedan to borrow a fiddle string,
from his friend Jess Row), but
Jess said he didn't have any that
The protracted meeting at
High Point, is proceeding with
renewed interest. They cam*
mighty near convicting did man
Hodge Saturday night Aunt
Sally Bush say* if ti ey get an
old sinner like him it will be
better'n a half dozen young
ones. She says he always has
been a bad <* e, for she's known
ever since he was a bob-tailed
boy. He used to run away from
home, because his mama wanted
to catch him and comb his hair
on Sunday mornings.
Faimeis Hardware Implement to
Is the machine that stands the Test un-
der all conditions.
Cotton, Corn and Seed Plant-
ers of Best Makes.
All kinds of Tillage Tools,
Binders, Hay Tools, Hay Bailers, Stack-
ers, Wagons, Buggies, Cream Sepa-
rators, Incubators, Wire Fencing
Harness that wears well and lasts.
Farmers Hdw. & Imp. Co.
J. W. Dellinger, Prop.
T. C. Wallace, who lives two-
and-half miles south of Cooper
ton, has a big sale advertised
for April 6.
| THE FOREST OIL CO. [
I W. E. Romary & Son, Prop. 1
i v s.
The best of Gasoline, Kerosine an<J |
all kinds of Lubricants. ' |
Phone No. 184 g
The Great Federal Reserve System
of the United States.
Is as linfailing as our nation itself.
Back of you—your plans, your needs and desires,
this powerful force stands as a monument of the ser-
vice and security which the government extends to
all the people through the National Banks of this
The First National Bank
C. A. Fisher, Cashier. M. F. Pierce. President.
The old Reliable Drayman,
Always oh Deck and Ready
Several of our citizens planned
to go fishing and picknicking
Easter. A few did go, bu$ they
wished they hadn't before they
The last basket ball game of
the season has been played. It
vras between the Bears and the
Tigers. The hears were the
The legislature now speaks of
adjourning. We don't see why
They are not needed at home
Mr. Cowan came in home Sun-
day, from El Dorado, Kansas,
where he is engaged in building
oil tanks. He will return there
aftor spending a few days with
He who has not felt the Okla-
homa winds blow was not here
Shelving and counters are now
being made in one of the Cal-
hoon buildings, which is to be
occupied by the Davis grocery
D. E. LaMONT
500MillionYcarly In Farm Crops lit
"Jhe State Behind Its St ate Banks"
Farming is hard work. Some seasons the weather is
bad. At other times prices are low. Yet the wise farm-
er who does not risk all on one crop—who farms safely— 5
makes money. „ Eg
Yet after all the hard work, many farmers invests:
their profits in "wild-cat" oil schemes or mines or other s
! things about which they kno,w little, and frequently lose Ej
i all they invest. . - S
The safest place for crop money is an Oklahoma State ss
! Bank. You draw interest on time deposits. You can ss
get your money quickly in case of real need. And the ss
I DEPOSITORS GUARANTY LAW makes certain that =
i not a single dollar of the deposits will be lost through a
: bank failure. . , , _ J ,
: Oklahoma is a great agricultural state. Be proud of
: it. For over 13 years Oklahoma has had the safest bank-
! ing syetem in the world. Ma$fe use of it to keep your
: hard-earned money safely until you need it,
I No depositor has ever lost a dollar 1
£ in a State Bank in Oklahoma, gf
I Bank of Gotebol
= C.B. FINCH, Cashier. 5
Office Phooe No41. Ret. Phone Not;
Gotebo Merchants meet all coihpetitio*.
Let them Show You.
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Stephens, W. B. The Gotebo Gazette (Gotebo, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 31, 1921, newspaper, March 31, 1921; Gotebo, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth350122/m1/1/: accessed January 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.