The Gotebo Gazette (Gotebo, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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GOTEBO. OKLAHOMA,, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921.
j of Kiowa
Free of thi
is true to thi
and belief ic
o before m<
Ian 22, 1921
s, for bale
G. E. John
ven that H.
ey and W.
r +he ni
Co., for the
isr a general
Have You Bought
Your winter's supply of Potatoes? If not let
us sell them to you. We have the best. Ne-
braska Dry Land Ohio's, at $3.00 per hundred.
We also have seed Potatoes. :
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Flour, Corn Meal,
Cotton Seed Meal, Corn Chops, j
Oats, Barley, Chix Feed.
Salt, Bran, Shorts, Harness. ;
Coal and White blosom Sweet Clover Seed !
We want your trade.
FARMERS UNION CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION.
Phone 115 C. L. ALBRIGHT, Mgr.
and W. C:
to the < ap-
day of No-
I in the offi
in the office
Last 41 Years
__ to a big loss ®f
Creoaoted Yellow Pine Posts
an end to all repairs and replace-
A National Bank a Federal
Bach is a symbol of safety to depositors.
The combined protection of an institution that operates
under the Nationai Banking Laws of the United States, and
is also a member of the Federal Reserve System, is an effec-
tive guarantee of Dependable Banking protection.
SaSety, satisfaction and service go hand in hand with a
ofciMCtion at this bank.
The First National Bank
C. A. Fisher, Cashier.
M. F. Pierce, President.
la delightful M
. The old Reliable Drayman,
Always on Deck and Ready
The Oil Situation.
The Hobart Democrat says:
"Reliable reports from the.Gil-
lespie test, on the T. C. Hays
farm, is fuch that a producer is
expected to be brought in With-
in the next few days. The cas-
ing has been set in concrete,
leading to the belief thasthis
wifell will be a paying producer.
Four miles east of this test are
i number of producing wells in
he shallow field,"
There are a number of shallow
veils iu the Gotebo field that
lave been producing oil for sev-
The Huling-Krear well is at
chi$time, the only deep well be-
ing drilled in this field. It ib
iow down about 2500 feet. They
struck a strong showing of gas
ast week, but was a thin sand
md was soon pasaed and the
1 ill entered a limestone forma-
lich is thought to overly
tflt > oil sand. But t£e drill
had to stop on account of
>reak in the cable. As soon as a
iew cable arrives drilling will
e resumed and a strike of oi.
nay be expected before they gc
Wednesday at hi?h noon, B.
G. Haxton and Miss Barbara
Anderson were united in mar-
riage, atthePresbyterian church
in this city, Rev. Hdgan offici-
ating. The rostrum wa* beau-
tifully decorated with -ever
greens and flowerB.
Mrs. T. D. Dunlop played the
wedding march. As the sweet
strains of music poured forth,
the bridal party and attendants
entered, the bride reating upon
the arm of her father, who pre-
aented her to the groom. The
groomsmen and bridesmaids (£
were : M. Haxton and Miss Mae
Butterfleld, Doyle Haxton and
Miss Mary Anderson, Ted Hel-
mer and Miss Cordia Newby.
After the wedding the bridal
party and near relatives were
treated to a splendid lunch at
the home of the bride's parents.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Anderson
and the groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. t?M. Haxton.
Faimeis Hardware I Implement Co
Notice to the Public
To the Parties Knowing themselves indebted to the Farmers
Hardware & Implement C<\, and knowing ti eir ac<cur ts erd
notes ure prstdue, ore respectfully rfquested to c< rre in and ar-
range settlement. If the people fully realize the !condition that
the local dealer places himself in; while acting as agent for the
public, and more fully understard the^great responsibility of the
dealer, it would be very eacy to adjust all these matters, and ve
could be of more service and greater value to fall. Promptness is
the spice of life. Please read this, think about its meaning, talk
about and above all come in and see us about it.
Farmers Hdw. & Imp. Co.
J. W. Dellinger, Prop.
Do„'t THROW A™y MAKE THEM LOOK NEW
lave it rebuilt* I will save you
By proper Cleansing, worn
Clothes can be given a
FRESH NEW APPEARANCE
Bring them in arid let us
Presser and Cleaner.
I THE FOREST OIL CO. 1
1 W. E. Romary & Son, Prop. * f
I The best of Gasoline, Kerosine and a ~
I all kinds of Lubricants. 1
1 Phone No. 184 g
The legislature has appointed
a committee of its members to
locate one or more suitable places
for a hospitaj, in which to take
care of tame .and sick soldiers,
of lithe late war. Representa-
tivea Bailey, of Snyder, and Mrs
McColgin, of Roger Mills coun-
ty, will be in Hobart Saturday,
on this mission. The Commer-
cial club has applinted a com-
mittee to meet and escort them
to Rainy Mountain school build-
ings, which are so souitable for
W. E. Randle will be at the
office of Dr. Miller, on Jan. 26,
to fit glasses. Come early.
Don't forget the big meeting
here on January 26. Good speak-
ers will be present Every one
who is interested in stock and
poultry should be there.
Modern banking practice and modern banking laws have operat- 252
ed to produce a situation of maximum safety for the banks of today j|=
But since all men are not equally honest there always must be some ;52
slight riskjfrom the eletnentof human weakness. as
The Oklahoma Depositors Guarantee Law, however, has elimi- ==
nated this risk. Should a State fclaek lose money through the die- 25
honesty of any person^the depositors would not suffer, as sufficient Eg
money to pay alt obligations to depositors would be transferred im- SB
mediately from the State Guaranty Fund. sag
This is only one of the [many instances'""where the Depositors' Eg
Guaranty Law operates to protect the depositors' interests. As Jk-'Sg
lahomans we are proud of^this, forward-looking bank law and as. ft 55
State Bank we are proud of our connections with it. sg
M No depositor has ever lost a dollar jg
in a State Bank in Oklahoma. jj
I Bank of Gotebo!
H C.B. FINCH,.Cashier. gj
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Stephens, W. B. The Gotebo Gazette (Gotebo, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1921, newspaper, January 20, 1921; Gotebo, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth350582/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.