The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, June 16, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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The Texhoma Times
The Laid Of
ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT
TEXHOMA. TEXAS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1922
GOOD SERVICES AT 1 JOHN F. ALLISON J- H. M. BENNETT OPENS
BAPTIST CHURCH GETS GOOD LETTER JEWELRY STORE
PAUL SEWELL ENTER
TAIN ED BAND BOYS
THE "WOMANLESS J. C. SECORD LEASES
WEDDING" TONIGHT STRAND THEATRE
As we go to pre->
drilling i* pro-' J H. M. Bennett, fihe Jeweler, aiui
• lv at the Allison test Mr. J. B. Diffey, of the Maua Drug
Last Sunday morning at 11:00 a. m. ■** > chv Th€ following' Store, dissolved putnership in the
the Rev. H. W Stigler, new pastor letter from California is evidence that | jewelry business last week. Mr.
rf the First Bw«.t Ohurch. *meM „luch i, M>| store, and
his initial sermon to a large and ap- there. Bennett ha- ope-ed up hi- jewel-
preciative congregation. He also was ,c mon ^ , 19„.J i n- #tore in the Holt bui'.i:ig on the
greeted at the evening service by a • gWe of ea.t Mu;,. Stim; wKn,
Packed house. At both services Rev. Mr John I. Allison , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ of Jvvvf,,; ,^ir
Stigler devoted some time to a get- Texhoma. Ok ahoma. • work> lnciU(Une dock-, watcline,
acquainted talk, but after these pre- Dear Sir:
rrsi* pK*cta" r **. rr,
*?L°zzc^ -... ci,>.w. h„, r ^ ■txrzs zr
t. b, co«r.tul.«J up aecunng the but Ninth °° ,7 Jl L-'i "Judg." Bemi.tt, he is f.mMUr.
S'pj,t °L years"Rev. W«r. to, |corn. to the p.i.t .inch *«. tov. heel. |ly^ «J h «wy frtoa^ m
At the close of the morning « have lot, of eontHeooe In. our bu,i„e„ with him.
vic i- the following were acecpted as company. , /-.i ,
members of the ohurch: Rev. and Was surely glad to hear the way, Preaching at the Chllftt-
Mrs. H. W. Stigler, Leonard Stigler,; Archie Maffini has been staying on, . ChUTCh OH June 18th
Mr and Mrs. S. P. Gruver and daugh-' the job. He is surely one person who
ter! Miss Lena Gruver. They were all will stay on a job until it is complet-
accepted upon presentation of their >d. I have known Archie for a long , Brother H. R. Alli-g. d or Protec-
church letters Mr. and Mrs. Gruver time and wjhen he was in business; tion? Kansas will pteuc - at th, hr-t
recently moved to Texhoma from here, he surely was always on the job Christian Church in. Texhoma Sun-
Willow" Springs, Mo. 'and yen t?ke a person like him and ,lay Jun(. 1St;,. both motr.mg and
Next Sunday'at 11:00 a- m., Rev. they will always make a success in . ev,,nintr. The public is cor.-iai'y in-
Stigler will preach from the follow- this world. . vitrd to attend.
in?? sci ip^ures. Numbers
13:30, a"d Louie Chasseur is h.
1IIJT set -
Joshua 13:1. At the evening hour his and this boy is working v,u
subject will be
"Prepare \<> Meet Thy
He has been up (lay and night work-;
irtg for ti e interests of the company.
Louie sometimes has the blues about
the well, for he has thought it should
have been completed awhile back. I
FINE TRUCK FARM tell him not to worry for it won't be
long until it is all over. He surely
Ord of Thanks
A. E. CLARK HAS
long until it is an over, ne suieiy i-- by me
one boy who deserves lots of credit (
1 Wish to express my apnr ci-it'o -
for the many courtesw s and the pat-
ronage accorded me while in the show
business in Texhoma. Any favors
shown the lessees will be appreciated
Last Tuesday evening Paul P.
Sewel royally entertained the mem-
bers of the Texhoma Concert Band
who held their regular rehearsal at
his residence on west Main Street.
Paul certainly knows the art of
receiving and making pleu.-irt t >■
atmosphere of his home for his a -
sociates. He served punch, cigars, ci-
garettes and chewing gum. Everyone
enjoyed the occasion very much.
Paul has ordered a new Hoi ton
trombone, and as soon as it arrives
he will be a full pledged member of
CITIZENS \ EAGUE
DOING GOOD WORK
The Citizens League which was or-
ganized in. Texhoma several months
ago, is very active these days. They
meet twice a month. At the last
meeting they appointed a committee
to meet with the Equalization poard
at Guymon,in the interes's of Tex-
homa taxpajeis. They have no as-
sessments or dues. Their object is
cooperation for the betterment of
Texhoma ovmmereia'ly. socially and
ui'i'.aMy- J. 1',. Difey is president of
t*,. Lcag>; and W. C. Smith i> - ere
Go. Foreman for Sheriff
Tonight, Friday, the ladies of the
Methodist Ohurch of Texhoma will
present the laughable comedy entit-
led the "Womanlesi Wedding." at
the school auditorium.
This is one of the most unique pro-
grams that has ever been presented
to the Texhoma people. True ,o ios
name, it is certainly a "Wom*nless
Wedding," as all the ladies who par-
ticipate are he-men.
Besides the bride and groom with !
their multitude of attendants, num-j
erous famous visitors, both male and
female, will be present. Among them
will he President anil Mrs. Warren
(I. Harding, Charley Chaplin, Alma
Gluck, ."Maggs and Jiggv," and many
others too numerous to mention here.
• You cannot afford to miss this pro-
tram. It is being presented at <a very
nominal charge to our citizens. The
price of admission is only 25e and
35c. The proceeds of the entertain-
ment will go to the iadies of the
Methodist Church and the Texhoma
Jess Riffe and Arthur Sfaith have
lea-ed the Strand Theatre from J. C.
Secord, and will continue the show at
the same stand. They will keep the
show up to the same high standard
chat has characterized it in the past
' Mr. Seccrd will remain with tho
' .-how for a t'e>v weeks, until the boys
aie more familiar with the business.
FLAG DAY WAS
Flag Day, June 14th^ was appro-
priately observed by the Rock-Mc-
Adam.- Past of the American Legion.
The large American Flag was hoisted
at seven o'clock in the mornning-
Tiie Rifenberg-Caley Millinery
Stcre received a shipment of the lat-
est in White Milon- and Black Trans-
paionts this week.
1 Messrs. Wat Solomon, Arnold Mai
I Vit, Bob Woods, R. L. Snell and
lOdom Comprise are members of a
j party who are enjoying a weeks camp
ing expedition in the foot hills of
A- E. Clark owns one of the beat j.n making the company a success,
truck farms in the Panhandle Coun- With best wishes to all, I remain
try. It is located 21-.- miles east of ' Yours Truly,
Texhoma. He has a patch fenced in THEO. MARCOLLO
for small vegetables, in which there
are about 2Vi acres of lettuce^ onions, it
radishes, tomatoes, cabbage, pepper,
beets, etc. In another field he has
40 acres p!anted"?o crop"such' as mel- 1 ' "
ons okra, cucumbers, squash, beans The members of the Texhoma Con-
ami many other plants. cert Band were instructed to bring
J. C. SECORD.
'RED" SURE MARKED
HIS WHITE PANTS
Mr. Clark raises the above crops
very successfully with only surface
irigation. However, the crop in the
H. H. Stearman for
H. H. Stearma': who rasides near
Hooker, has announced his cardidr.cy
for County Assessor subject to the
action of the Democratic primaiy in
their white trousers to the band Mr. Stearman was horn in Green
room so they could be sent to the County, Kentucky in 1893, ard moved
laundry in a bunch. The boys,were to Hopkins County, Texas in 1904.
40-acre tract is not irrigated. Of instructed to mark the pants so they coming to Texas County in 1907 He
course, Texhoma is his main market, would not get mixed. W. J. "Red" was educated in the common schools
but sells products in Guymon, Good- Hamilton, the cornet virtuso of the of Kentucky Texas and Oklahoma
well and Dalhart- He has his own band did not have an indelible pencil and the high school of Hooker, and
Fowl truck to make delivery. He has to mark his with, so he cut a hole in is at present attending the P. A. &
been on this farm for 17 years and one of the legs. Whenreprimamled M. C. summer term at Goodwell
during that time he has spent no he said his pants were marked "for He was sent as a delegate to the
money for fertilizer, an,I his land is'sure," as the hole would not wash Democratic State (invention at Ok-
still very productive. There are 160 out. lahoma Clty vn 1916> an<1 nas taU*ht
acres in the farm w here he lives but; ^ school seven years
he owns another l#> acres adjoining. ^ J. W. Boyer, arrived here Thurs- Aside from his eacung. he has
day from Simonds, Okla., where he | lived on a farm all his life and is
Mr- Tom Gareett, who has been 'has ma.le his home the past eight (familiar with the farming end of the
.erioudv sick the past few week;, is', months. He used to be in business in game, and is therefore all the more
r . : ♦. I.A nf cai>v ito if/\ thA farm-
I able to be up again.
Wt believe yiou will tcceda ihtt the first
business lessons you learned was that—
—banking relations must be strictly confidential re-
In this respect this Bank is in a very advantaf eo*s
Dosition. In addition to its complete facilities,
its personal service, its Oeurteoue Officers
and Directors, its sound Banking experience;
customers will tell you that it is weU" liked
because H is HLEAK-PROOFw.
This recommendation we are proud of an advant-
age will be apparent to yiou when you make this bank
•THE OLD RELIABLE"
qualified to be of service to the farm-
ers of this county.
During the World's War he gave
twenty months to hi countiy, being
in the overseas service a year of that
time, and engaging in two of the
major operations, the St. Mihiel and
Meuse-A rgonne. He is a member
of the Tarant-Murphy Post of the
American Legion of Hooker, and ifj
nominated and elected he assures the |
people of absolute impartiality in(
making assessments. ,
In announcing my candidacy for
the office of Sheriff of Texas County
subject to the action of the Demo-
cratic Primary' election on Aug. 1st,
I desire to say to all concerned that
I stand f'>r law and order first and
Who makes.the laws? Who shou'd
enforce them, or at least help? I am
strong for fair treatment, and believe
all people should be treated "as you
would be ^tteated. Be-what, you are
and do what you claim you are hx-
pect of no man what you can't app y
I have been reared in this #Utte and
the Panhandle of Texas. If I have
harmed any man contrary to law, it
is my fault and not his, and I promise
if nominated and elected to serve you,
to do my best at all 'times regardless
of myself or friends.
Your support is solicited, and at all
times your voice will be heard in the
matters that count. My mdbt * is,
"be sure you * are right, then go
ahead." I have no mud to sling. I
have been asked to make this effort
by both Democrats and Republicans
alike, old and young. Your support
will he appreciated. I am just
THE NEW HOTEL
The preyed brick for the new hotel
arrived ohis week and masons are now
busy going up'with the walls of ibhe
building. It will not be many weeks
now until Texhoma will have one of
the bast hotels in the Panhandle.
I will be in Texhoma Mo. day, June
19th and will be able to tune your
piano en that date. Write me^ut Guy-
mon or call the Times office.
38-ltV ROYAL CLAYCOMB,
Piano Tuning and Repairing,
J. J. Dimmitt Jr., Howard Stanley G. H. Holt is conducting his har-
and W. L. Ulm^r were in Dalhart ness and shoe repair shop in the
Sunday. 'same old stand. *
Bob Shull, the insurance /nan, says,
"See me before you die."
Mrs. W. P. Worley, of 14 miles
west ftf Texhoma, has been quite ill
the past week.
Last Sunday there was quite
crowd of local people at the golf
course south of town, all day.
MKSDAMES SEWELL AND VIN-
CENT ENTERTAINED THE
ROOK CLUB THURSDAY
POPULAR YOUNG TEXHOMA
I COUPLE HAPPILY MARRIED
TUESDAY AT GOODWELL
Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Hodges entertain with a six o'clock
dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Modague and
daughter, Miss Bernice, and Miss Al-
rina Langford< all of Clovii, N. M^
were the guetts. Mr. Modague is the
contractor who i$ building the school
building at Stratford, and they were
neighbors of the Hodges near eDn-
ton, Texas, several years ago.
Mesdames Harry Vincent and F.
A. Sewell were the^leasant hoetesces
to the members of the Rook Club at
the Sewell home on West Main St.,
last Thursday afternoon. A perfect
June day with its accompanying com-
pliments of June flowers made of
this occasion a moat festal one. Three
tables of members .with the addition
of the house guea^ Mrs. Nobia Sew-
ell, enjoyed the pleasure of the after-
noon. Mrs. P. M. Hargrove won the
high honors. A most delicious two-
course luncheon was served, by the
adept hostess atjnd was perfect in
all details of its appointment. The
afternoon pasreii all too quickly in
this pleasant home. The event has
bccome another pleasant memory for
the members of the /Club to enjoy
again in retrospective.
Tuesday, June 13th. Everett A.
Bartlett and Miss Anna Faye Snell
went to Guymon, procured a mar-
riage license and were happily united
in marriage at <he home of Rev. S.
W. Franklin at Goodwell, Rev. Frank
! The bride is a daughter of Mr, and
I Mrs. R. L. Shell, one of the high'y
i respected families of our city. She
'has livf3 here 17 years, and is one of
our most charming young women
! The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Bartlett, one of the prominent
families of this section of the country.
The Bartiett's moved to our city a-
bout one year ago. Everett is a fine
young business man and an expert e-
lectrician, and conducts his own elec-
Itrical shop in the Wilson building on
I The newlyweds will be at home to
: their many friends at their cozy little
' home on Third street in west Texho-
H. H. Stearman
We are nuthorizod to announce the
rnme of H. H. Stearman of Hooker
Okla., as a Democratic candidate for
LET'S BUILD THE FOUNDATION WITH
More and Better Milk Cows, More
Sows, More Poultry, More Gardens
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Foster in the Rice Neighborhood
with 4 cows, 1 sow, 60 hens and 6 roosters—During
the past 12 months sold or had the use of:
Cream, Butter Etc. ... $375.00
Pork * 140.00
Eggs .. - 200-00
Poultry - - — 150.00
Have Increased valued at 331.20
A total of $1196.20, on an investment less than $400
THINK IT OYER
NO BIG MONEY, BUT, A STEAD* INCOME THAT WILL tMt
YOU PUT THE WHEAT IN THE HAN*
Can We Serve You?
FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
GUY W. SLACK, President J. F. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier
C. A. TILGMAN, Vice President I. M. SLACK* Director
GENERAL ROY HOFFMAN, Director
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