The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1917 Page: 4 of 10
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the TEXHOMA* oklahoma.
UVER DIDNT ACT
DIGESTION WAS BAD
fcS year OM Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved
After a Few Doses of Black-Draught
The Texhoma Times
Published Every Friday By
f lleadcrfTille. Ky.—Mrs. Cynthia
DHi£g'Ebotbam, of this town, eays: "At
Bjy ace. which is 65, the liver doea
dot act 60 well as when young. A few
years ago, my etonoach was all out of
Mj. I waa constipated, my liver
klldn't act. Hj digestion was bad, and
lif toot bo little to upset me. My ap-
atite was gone. I was rery weak...
f I decided I would give Black-
draught a thorough trial as 1 knew it
il?6B highly recommended for this
irouble. I began taking It. I felt
tatter after a few doses. My appetite
improved and 1 became stronger. My
doses of Black-Draught."
Seventy years of successful use has
made Thedford's Black-Draught a
standard, household remedy. Every
member, of every family, at times,
need the help that Black-Draught can
give In cleansing the system and re-
lieving the troubles that come from
constipation. Indigestion, lazy liver,
etc. Tou cannot keep well unless your
Btomach, liver and bowels are In good
working order. Keep them that way.
Try Black-Draught. It acts promptly,
gently and in a natural way. If you
feel sluggish, take a dose tonight.
You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price
Entered as second class mall matter Rt the
Post Office at Texhoma. Oklahoma
SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR
Four weeks is a newspaper month
All ads will be run until ordered
out unless otherwise specified
Our business is to give
We are prepared to
Ixmelfi acted naturally and the least 125c. a package—Ofle cent a dose
^rouble was soon righted with a few ] All druggists. J. 69
FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917
If your car is not fully efficient, bring it to us.
it full efficiency. And we are fully up to the work.
remedy ANY trouble.
DIFFICULT CASES SOLICITED
We have expert workmen, and like to have them put on their mettle.
Johnson Bros Garage
Yes, all men are alike in one re-
spect. They are just mere men.
A kind act aids you just as much
as the other fellow. An injury
hurts him worse than you.
In Big Brick Building
East Main Street
Union Center Items
this Summer on the
Countless resorts in the
woods and lake region of
Northern Iowa, Minneso-
ta, Wisconsin, Michigan,
and numerous famou?
outing places along the
low round-trip fare and
hotels to fit every pur; ..
Let us tell you just where
to go, what to see and
how little it costs. See
ticket agent or write
This part of the country was vis-
ited by a grand soaker Tuesday
night which practically insures a
E. Meers and wife and Mrs. Dai-
ley spent Sunday at the Hasshome.
Geo. Batterson and John Rogers
made a business trip to Dal hart
Mr Rogers and wife and Raymond
McFarland spent Saturday night
and Sunday at the Batterson home.
Joe Anderson find wife called at
Don Shirley's Sunday.
Pete .Torj}p^«o?\ Chas. Caughn
and El Kl-i■/ a business
(trip loTexhom* Sn'tirday.
i Don Shirlev wh.« slioping in Tex-
Mr Meers cnlted at the Worley
! home Sunday.
E. A. Short made a business trip
to Dalhart one day last week.
| Mr. Jorgenson and T. W. Harvey
j jitneyed to town Satuiday
| Mr. Jorgenson repaired John
Rogers windmill one day last week.
Bert Bell has been having trou-
ble with his well this week
When a fellow has bats in his
belfrey the bats are about the only
things that count.
While eliminating the food hog
let's not forget the swine in other
commodity lines. The pen is full
Many a man wants more vim in
his home paper, when at the same
time he is carrying a few dollars of
its vim in his pocket.
CLASSIFIED AD COLUMN
Advertisements under this head-
ing will be charged for at the rate
of 5c per line eash insertion.
FOR RENT—Three-room house j
Apply at Maus Drug Store. 40-lt.
FOR SALE—Two row cultivator
at Hollis Blacksmith Shop. 392tp
Heredity runs deep, and the girl
who is lazy and selfish and surly to
her mother may expect the same
treatment from her own children
in after years.
Some must suggest that we start
a movement to Americanize Amer
ica. Quite useless: the kaiser did
it when he tramped on the star
FORT RADE—Will trade auto
for work stock or cattle. Call at
Times Office. 37-tf
LOST—One little black pig. Find-
er please notify J. J. Kimball, Rt. 1
and receive reward. 392t,
FOR SALE—Duroc Red pigs.
Inquire at Chris Attinger's 4 1*2
miles north west ot Texhoma Okla.
WANTED—All kinds of crochet
work and sewing. Prices reason-
able.—Mrs. W. H. Springman.
We are told that if we work on a I phone 24. 38-6t-p
'ZTZ:["rU0 won't ~MUSTSELL—Make ofct.nLoU
dim t Bl-c sy- - what's 5, 6, 7 and 8, block 11 in
have to work on a farm. But what 8 p .
bothering some ot our yellow-hided addmon Texhoma Okla
Willies is. how they can skip 'em Mrs. G. C. foohatt
, . Dalton, Neb.
J. A. STEWART
General Al «t
Safety and Service First
Phone No. 8. Texhoma. Okla.
Stand by our town. Not a dollar 1 FOR SALE-Steam engine, 20
invested here but some good comes horse power; 2 LaCross gang plows,
of it There is no family like one's six discs each. Complete farming
i own family, there is no wife like outfit, all for $800.00: $500.00 cash,
cunnpr hi the one's own wife; there should be no balance one year, bankable note,
s -hnnl 'house'onTasl Friday niglK town like one's own town, where we 37-41 J.O.Matthews,
was a great success. The house live, educate our children, on whose I Dalhart. Texas,
was well filled and a good time had 9treet8 our babies play, and where
by all present. we may someday sleep. Let the FOR SALE—Two good mules 4 &
Quite a few of our people were I new9papers stan(j by the town, and 5 years old well broke. And oth-
celebrating the 1th and attending j ^ ^ business men stand by the er work stock, besides some 3 & 4
; the barbecue and races in iexn ' | newspapers an(j let us make our year old horses not broke. Year-
""t. O. Bober made a business trip home as famous as possible. |lings. 2 year olds, mares and colts.
to Guymon Monday.
| Success to the Times and its ma-
Will sell all or any part of the
Charter No. 8852. Reserve District No. 10
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank of Texhoma
at Texhoma, in the state of Oklahoma, at the close of business on
June 20th, 1917.
Loans and discounts - - - $159,380.79
Overdrafts, secured ($1877.83), unsecured, ($1687.04), . - 3,564.87
U. S bonds deposited to secure circulation - 6,250.00
U. S bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned
and unpledged - - 10,000.00
Total U. S. bonds (other than Liberty Bonds) and
certificates of indebtedness
Payment on account subscription for Liberty
Securities other than U. S. bonds(not including stock)
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank(50 per cent of subscription)
Value of banking house
Furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than bankiDg house
Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other
Net amount due from banks and bankers
Outside checks and other cash items - 752.73
Fractional currency, nickles, cents - 152.75
Notes of other national banks
Federal Reserve notes
Lawful reserve in vault and net amount due from
Federal Reserve Bank
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from
U. S Treasurer
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund - - * 1? 'go-
Undivided profits - 12,268.28
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid 5,lOJ.ob
Circulating notes outstanding
Net amount due to banks and bankers
Dividends unpaid - -
Individual deposits subject to check - •
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other
than for money borrowed)
i Cashier's checks outstanding
Coal! Coal! Coal!
We sntrgest that you get your winter coal
now. We have the Maitland Lump on hand
J.W.Adams Coal Co
above. J.A.Walker. SS-St-pjTStal^deinand'depoBits subject^to Reserve r nSt,304'5^2ftKfiqg
Khdnywewlllshowdi^n,, _ ^
articles much below the regular INotice I
price. Come, they may be what you I " . Total
need i 1 had a halter on a colt weaner
Don't forget our SPECIAL FIRST picked up by a certain party. Now
MONDAY AND LAST SATURDAY if they will return the same and
SALES, on the first Monday and pay this ad there will be no more
last Saturday of each month every-1 of it. R H. Raymer
hing in our store will be sold below
the regular price. Safety First with Cough and Cold
SNELL'S RACKET STORE "Oh, just a cough" to-day may be
The store that sells for less. j come grippe or pneumonia tomor-
Thousands die from neglect
State o£ Oklahoma. County of Texas, ss:
j Arthur Littell. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swtar that
the ,'bove'tateinent is true to the best Of my knowledge and belief.
" ' ARTHUR LITTELL, Oashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July. 1917.
John Barnes, Notary Publif
,My commission expires Aug. 12th, 1920.
.7. J. D1MMITT
VKANK A. BE WELL
Phone the news to the Times, we ed colds. Take Dr. King's New Dis-
will appreciate it.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
AUTOMOBILE S U P P LIES f
OILS AND FILTERED GASOLINE
covery before your cough becomes
chronic. A few doses check the
cold by killing the germs. The heal-
ing balsams soothe the throat loosen
the phlegm and clear the air-pass-
ages of secretions ^hich provoke
coughing. Contains mildly laxative
ingredients which removesthe
waste that aggravates t h e cold.
At your druggist, 50c, $1.00.
When you need any kind of automobile work, or casings, innertubes, oil,
gas ot any part of yourear, we have it or will get it for you the quickest way.
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS AND WORK
To be as good as the best, and to give satisfaction, and under that guarantee
we solicit your patronage.
First Published June 29th 1917
I Order For Hearing Petition
To Sell Real Estate
in the County Court.
Prompt And Courteous Service Is Our Motto
PENICK. GARAGE, oklahoma
I State Of Oklahoma
In the matter of the estate of Ella L. Israel
deceased. Now,on this23rd day ot June, 1917,
F 1'.Beard, admt. having filed herein his Pe-
tition for sale of the real estate described in said
petition, for reason In said petition stated.
II is ordered, thst said petltlow*e and Is here-
by set for hearing on the Hth day of July A. t>..
1917, at 10 o'clock a. m , at which time all per-
sons interested in said estate are required to ap-
pear and show cause, If any they have, why an
order should not I* granted tor the sale of so
much ot the real estate of said Rlla L. Israel de-
wajied as Is necessary for the reasons In said
It is further ordered that a copy of this order
be published tor two consecutive weeks In the
Texhoma Times, a newspaper of general cir-
culation published at Texhoma, Okla, and that
three copies of the same be posted In three pub-
He places In Texas Count) oklahoma, and that
a copy •' same Ihj mailed to each of the heirs of
the deceased, posjuge prepaid
/T,'rZ~/)' K L. Hewsloy,
Every Housewife or
Mother is ever under
that Nervous Strain
which so often results
in Headaches, Dizzy
Depression and other 1/
is Highly Recommended
in Such Cases.
IF FIRST BOTTLE FAILS TO
BENEFIT, YOUR MONEY WILL
BADLY RUN DOWN.
"I bad become greatly run down
and my nerves were In terrible
condition. 1 had frequent head-
aches and became very weak and
was unable to do anythng. I
bought n bottle of Dr. Miles' Nerv-
ine. I soon begun to feel better,
mv nerves were quieted. I re-
coverind mv strength, and hiv® since
recommended Dr. Miles' Nervine
to nianv of my friends who have
linn 1 it with satisfactory results.
mrs. FRANCES w1ht1x)CK,
179 liroadway, Schenectady, N. Y.
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The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1917, newspaper, July 6, 1917; Texhoma, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth351040/m1/4/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.