The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, March 17, 1922 Page: 5 of 8
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local and personal
phone 57 for Kimball the plumber.
>OR SALE—Seed Barley, per bu 50c
5.3t TEXHOMA EQUITY.
A. 0. Campbell is transacting busi-
,ess at Wichita Falls, Texas this week
Drive to BOWERS PRODUCE
FOR SALE—Baled Alfalfa Hay.
25-2t TEXHOMA EQUITY.
Billy Brinnon of Cleveland, Okla., is
spending a visit with relatives here.
Seed Oats for "Sale, See,
23-tf .... CARL MULLER
T. F. Branstetter of Nickerson,
kansas is a Texhoma visitor this
Mrs. H. L. Smith is visiting with
•elatives at Hutchinson, Kansas this'
Maggie Rudd returned to her home
[iere Tuesday from Kenton, Okla.,
where she taught school the past term.
See Eookwalter & Dawson before
ordering that Monument, we can save
you money. 62-tf.
Ralph Bennett returned this week
from an extended visit at points in
southern Texas and Old Mexico.
jOUSE. We buy for cash.
Howard Stanley and J. J. iDmmitt
! Jr. made their regular Saturday trip
6 to Liberal last week.
Ray Beall spent a few days this
veek with home folks in Texhoma.
j. L. Williams returned Tuesday £pril 1.
,fur a few weeks at Amarillo.
Anyone wishing to order wall paper
from me must place their order by
Owing to the snow storm and rain
we did not begin our rubbish wagon
as we intended the first of March,
and will begin hauling next Monday.
ALL GENERAL WORK STRENGTH-
ENED BY 75 MILLION CAM.
PAIGN, IT 18 SHOWN.
WHERE THE MONEY GOES
Sums That Have Baan Appropriate*
Ta Various Objacta Sat Forth
By Haadquartara Office At
F. A. Davis of St Joseph, Mo., is
looking after interests in Texhoma
this week. He was an appreciated
| visitor at this office Thursday. Mr.
i Davis is one of our extensive land
owners here, and has a large acreage
of wheat in this year. He is very
much pleased with conditions at this
jtime, and also comments upon the
, splendid progress the town is making.
LOANS & INSURANCE
See us if you want a loan on your
land or town property. Let us write
your Insurance and get your auto li-
cense. Arkansas and Missouri farms
Nield Realty Company.
For the past several months I have felt the need of
a Farm Loan Company who would make ]Farm
Loans in the Texhoma Country. I have just formed
a connection with one of the Biggest Loan Compan-
ies in opreration in Oklahoma, this connection willal
low you to secure a quick loan thru me without long
Geo. L. Aycock
V/.l. ULMER, MO/L
Rev. R. L. Wells of Winfield, Kuii-
sas visited relatives, the D. H. Monroe'
family north of town this week. Bro.
Wells preached a splendid sermon to
an appreciative audience at the Meth-
odist church in Texhoma Sunday.
W. J. Gaddy returned last week
from Fresno, Calif., where Mrs. Gad-'
[ dy is located in an effort to improve
her health condition, . Many friends
here will be grieved to learn that
Mrs. Gaddy's condition is reported as
being ccritical. Her mother, Mrs.
Wall of this city is with her at this
| Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Kreiger and
children, Clarice and Allen arrived
here Sunday moving from Grand Pra-
irie, Texas. Fred is a brother of the
j writer and will be remembered by old
timers as having been connected with
this paper when J. S. Fischer was ed-
itor many years ago. He has quite a
compliment for the town and commun-
ity upon its vast improvements since
his residence here. Fred will in the
future be a valuable addition to this
pa^er, and also to The Texhoma Con-
NEW PRICES ON ALL
PASTRY AT HANSONS'
Dr. K. QUI, Baptist ftapraaantatly*
Europa, on L«ft, and P. V. Pavloff ar
All Ruttlan Baptist Union.
Prom the beginning ol the Baptist
75 Million Campaign to January, 1922,
a total of $30,356,310.41 had been paid
In to objects fostered by the Cam
palm, It is announced toy the general
headquarters office at Nashville. Of
this amount I28.7M,971.16 came in
through the payment erf regular Cam
paign subscriptions and the remaining
11,668.848.26 in special contributions.
Regular receipts from the various
states follow: Ala., $1,801,184.76; Ark.,
$714,688.09; D. of C.. $123,280.01; Fla.,
$469,768.63; Ga., $3,000,174.10; 111.,
$298,676.13; Ky„ $3,187,666.16; Lat,
$807,991.13.; Mi., $393,617.46; Miss.,
$1,243,846.60; Mo., $1,190,764.70; N. M.,
$146,229.97; N. C.. $2,211,741.60; Okla.,
$840,562.66; S. C., $2,633,840.63; Tenn.,
All cookies per doz 15c
Fried cakes, per doz 16c
Buns and "Rolls per doz 15c
pies at 15c and 25c
Layer cakes 40c
Je-ly Rolls - 50c and 60c
Angel Food cake 25c and 50c
Orders taken for all kinds of cakes,
Sale buns and lunches a Speciality.
FOR SALE, A BARGAIN
Another Chance to
get a |Suit or Over-
Many (people have
taken advantage oi
our former One-Half
Price Sales; and if
you have not, here is
your chance. Remem-
ber* this is for one
I am offering for sale for the next
60 days, all of section afc Township 2
Range 11, Texas County, Oklahoma,
this section is located 6 miles north
and 1 mile west of Texhoma Okla.,
,0,v,do,.„o, o. v,.. — —..and about 1 mile northwest of the Al-
$1,797,483.10; Tex., $5,162,658.86; Va., ljson oil well test now going on, this
$3,279,085. More than 260,000 baptisms j section has 320 acres in cultivation
were reported by Southern Baptist aTUj ;s not covered by an oil or gas
churches last year.
How Money Was Distributed
Seven general objects of the denom-
ination were embraced In the Cam-
paign program, and from the regulai
Campaign contributions those objects
lease at this time. I will sell this sec-
tion for $22.50 per acre, and on terms
of $10,000 cash and will carry back
the balance $4,400 for 3 or 5 years
with 6 per cent interest on the 640
have" received the following amounta,' acre:. Might make better terms with
according to a compilation by tha head responsible parties. If interested,
quarters office: Foreign missions, $5,-1 wrjte to, or call on
taRM- Eugene Williams
25-2t Lock Box 305 Mineola, Kansas.
434,012.63; home missions, $3,662,
600.67; state missions in the senenteen
states and local work in the District
of Columbia, $4,954,813.26; Christian
education, $7,192,442.79; Baptist boa
pitals, $2,004,099.16; orphanages, $2,
103,787.33; and Relief and Annuity
Board, which ministers to aged de-
pendent ministers and their families
What Money Has Done
These funds represent an advance,
ranging from 2C0 to 300 per cent, in
the contributions of Southern Baptists
to their general missionary, educa
tional and benevolent work, prior tc
the inauguration of the Campaign, and
have enabled the boards and other
agencies to greatly extend their serv-
ices in all departments. In addition
to sending out more than 180 new mis-
sionaries since the Campaign began,
I and providing many church buildings,
mission resiliences, schools, theolog-
ical seminaries, publishing houses,
hospitals and the like on the oldei
fields the Foreign Mission Board has
been enabled to open work in the new
fields of Spain, Jugc-Slavia, Hungary.
Roumania and Southern Russia in
Europe, and Palestine, 9yria and Si
beria in Asia, and Dr. Everett Gill, for
many years a missionary in Italy, but
more recently a pastor in Kansas City,
has been named special European tap
resentatlve to supervise the greatly
expanded work on that continent Dr
Gill is giving much of Ma time to 41
tributing Baptist relief funds la Sua
sla and otherwise looking after the In-
terests of the denomination there
Home Work Enlarged
Among the outstanding accomplish-
ments of the Home Mission Board are
the aiding qf more than 1,000 churches
with loans and gifts for church build
ings, completion of the big tuberculo-
sis sanatorium at El Paso, enlarge-
ment of the work in Cuba and the
Canal Zone, strengthening of the 87
mountain mission schools and the de-
velopment of all eleven departments
of the work of the Board. In all sev
enteen states of the Southern Baptiat
Convention the state mission work has
been greatly extended, the number of
Baptists hospitals In the South has
been Increased from eleven to twenty-
three, all of the older eighteen Baptiat
orphanages have been aided in mate-
rial ways and two new ones have been
established, while the number of aged
dependent ministers and their families
has been double* and the amount of
aid given them Increased 100 per cent.
Collections Are Pushed
While the collections so far repre-
sent a big gain over the contributions
of Southern Baptists to their work be-
fore the Campaign, tne sum collected
is not all that 1s due and In all the
South an effort Is being made to col-
lect as much more as possible by the
close of the Convention year, May 1,
that none of the work may suffer.
Mrs. G. R. Bookwalter
Is Agent for
KINGS FLOWER SHOP
The End of a Perfect Day
The Elite Barber Shop
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
HOT AND COLD BATHS
CIGARS AND CIGARETTS
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
YOUR NEXT BATTERY SHOULD BE A VESTA.
THERE'S A REASON
BATTERIES TESTED AND WAFER FREE
WORK GUARANTEED PRICE REASONABLE.
Texhoma Battery Co.
Across from Ford Garage.
Your Welcome Will Be Warm
If you bring Brunswick Records
Every hostess appreciates the
gift of a record chosen to
• suit her musical taste. And
whether she be debutante or
grandmother, her taste can
be suited perfectly.
Records afford delightful va-
riety. Here are several to
(List several popular record*
Wait For Our
which will start
"Satis/action or Your Money Back"
Here’s what’s next.
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The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, March 17, 1922, newspaper, March 17, 1922; Texhoma, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth351097/m1/5/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.