The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, April 7, 1916 Page: 4 of 10
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THE TIMES, TEXHOMA, OKLAHOMA.
The Texhoma Times
Publiehed Every Friday by
WM. E. KREJGER.
Kntcrert as second class mail matter at the
pom. office at Texhoma. Oklahoma.
BUB8CRIPTION, 11.50 A TEAR
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916
Happy as a lark, thank you!
I ' ——
And here's another grist of wis-
dom. Read up!
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Dove of peace? Huh! It's a
buzzard of death.
They're still scrapping over yon-
der—but what about?
Put sunshine in the home, bro-
thers, and keep it there.
Yea, yes, this is a presidential
year—but not yours, we fear.
It has not been long since we
heard a fellow remark that he
would not take a million dallars for
his religious experiences during the
three days previous to that time.
Some old fool fanatic may say, "Oh,
well that fellow is- crazy." But
we'll tell you right here that if he
is crazy it takes such crazy folks
to run this old world and make it
a better land in which to live. If
such craze did not exist it would be
a hell-hole indeed and would not be
a fit place only for fanatics, fools
and cronic grouchers. We will ad-
roit that some folks who seem to
be religiously inclined do go crazy,
but there is no such thing as carry-
ing religion too far. The fellow
who really goes daffy over religion
is just a human being like the rest
of us, but the fanatics make an ex-
ample of him, with the devil's as-
sistance, of course, while they nev-
er say anything about the fellow
who goes crazy on account of drink-
ing booze and practicing other de-
Political yinnmneement 'Columns
POLITICAL ADVERTISING RATES:
State and district, $7.50. County, $5.00. Commissioners, township and
city announcements, $2.50. All such fees must be paid in advance.
Subject to primary elections August 1st, 1916.
County Commissioner, 3rd Diot.
Alba L. Winney.
Sheriff of Texas County,
Geo. A. Hamilton.
C. A. Leeman.
Treasurer of Texas County,
W. F. Lofgren.
Representative Texas-Cimarron Co.,
M. W. Pu<fo.
We hope, though, that there will
be no delinquent subscribers in
Callers sre always welcome at this
office, and trebly so when they asn
for a receipt
The most excrutiating joy of be-
ing an editor is when we forget that
we are one.
And now for another summtr of
hard work and fat bank rolls for our
friends, the farmers.
Any fool can spend money, but
it takes a man to make it and a
wise guy to hang onto it.
You just bet we don't dream of
Villa! We read and hear enough
of the cuss during the day.
When a stingy dog gets hold of a
bone he growls at every other dog in
sight—just like some men.
Opportunities? Plenty of them,
brothei. But it takes eyes to see
and brains to grasp. Shake your-
Oklahoma School Notes
There will be school on next Sat-
urday, April 8th. On the last Sat-
urday that we had school, the at-
tendance was almost as good as on
regular school days. We wish to
thank parents for their cooperation
as the plan is working well. Par-
ents should remember that school
will begin on Saturdays at 15 min-
utes before 9 o'clock and close at
11:30. We will open school in the
afternoon at 12:30 and close at 3
o'clock. This will enable children
In the matter of preparedness we
suggest, again, that proper consider
ation be given to better roads.
Hunting Villa reminds us of the
story of the Irishman and the flea—
with apologies to the flea, however,
Wilson or any other fellow is
bally welcome to the blamed job.
V,'e don't want it, wouldn't have it,
and positively and absolutely re-
fuse to take it.
The greatest thing has happened
to the Texhoma community during
the past month that has ever hap-
pened to this country. Some fellow 0CJ0CR 1U10 CIiau«,
will say, "I 'spect it is the rains, the | tQ d(j WQrk necessary at close of
auto races, the riddance of grass- , gcvj00j There will be only one
hoppers, the curing of hog cholera, mo_e day t0 mflke
or something of the sort". But not (.oming Saturday.
No danger of FIRE when
your car is stored here.
We carry a good line of repairs for Buick, Ford,
Maxwell and Saxon cars. We keep tires, tubes,
spark plugs and all auto accessories for all cars.
Our work is GUARANTEED. If it is not
right we make V RIGHT. Your electric lights,
starter and all auto troubles will relieved at the
Texhoma Auto Supply Co. Your business is ap-
preciated. We are agents for Saxon cars.
W. J. GADDY, Prop.
Earl Reynolds; Harry Kern.
Ralph Bennett; Leila Berry; An-
nie Berry; May Bowers; Norene
Daniel; Christina Denny; Maud
Flanagan: Merle Freeman; Claud
IIUKU l""7 .: coming Saturday. 10 accommo- ~ Griffin- Oliver Hamilton;
1,ff" ItL1S,J date all pupils we will serve lunch - Kern; Sam Mc-
that have been held from which
approximately eighty conversions
to religious beliefs have been se-
cured. Such movements are the
greatest things for good that can
hapnen to any community. And
We expect to meet many preach
ers and editors when .we get to ma, Okla.
heaven. And we have hopes, at
times, of finding a stray doctor and To The Public
lawyer or two.
which will consist of soup and
sandwiches. All pupils whose par-
ents care to have them do so, may
remain at the noon hour on Satur-
day. The proceeds received will
uoHwt" v" *•••* he used to paint the walls of the
this community has not yet finished jdomestjc 8Cience room, which is
this work by any means. I nee(jed very much at present.
The school fair will be held on
Hail! Hail! Hail! Insurance, in-, j 2g Thefe wiJ1 be a spiendid
sure your crops against destruction Qf gchool wofk and Q large
by hail in a company tha< '' as|sum „f money to ton raised for
good as tbe best, THE HARTFORD. We shall be pleased to
Rosella Kern; Ervin Kern; Sam Mc
Adams; Evalvn McColly; Larra Mc-
Colly; Amny Moore; Mamie Rey-
nolds; Claire Sheldon; Orlando
Sweet; Iva Winney.
We pay for the GUARANTEE
why not you use it.
Farmers State Bank.
Gareful attention given to legal
papers and satisfaction guaranteed
John A. Gex &. Co., Texas Side
Mason-Benson Co., Agents,
Love our neighbor9 Of course
we do. We even hope the merchant
who never advertises succeeds in
squeezing through a crack into
If you are figuring on making a
farm loan, and want the best pro-
position, see us.
John F. Allison & Son.
You Get The Best
If there is one thing in which we
pride ourselves in this store it is the
handling of the very best obtainable
The best is always the cheapest,
although it may cost a little bit more
in the first place, but in most instances
these better grades cost no more
At Kugles Store
We can convince you that our
goods will cost you less than the or-
dinany grades which will not give half
the servioe as do the grades we handle.
I have been meeting with various
suggestions of late concerning the
matter of making my show more
attractive to the public. Some
have suggested that I ought to give
away prizes and premiums, but I
have declined to accept that method.
I have secured for the Pastime show
a $40 per week program which will
without question give better satis-
faction to all concerned than all of
the prizes we could give away. 1
figure that the people want service,
good service, and not inspiration
A. O. Campbell of the Pastime.
The Gustalson home northwest
of Texhoma, was the scene of the
marriage of Miss Jessie Gustafson
and Roy Calvin Worley, Sunday
afternoon at four o'clock. Rev.
Wells, the M. E. minister periorned
the simple yet impressive cere-
have more of the parents and pat-
rons to contribute for this purpose.
Remember that the money will be
given to the boys and girls of our
There will be only six more
weeks of school and we trust that
all parents will encourage their
children to do their best. We have
a greater interest among the pupils
than ever before, but there are a
few that are not doing their best.
Parents will do well to examine
the grade cards carefully, and see
if there are any failures. Remem-
ber that the passing grade is 75
and unless work is brought up to
this grade it is a failure. Pupils
who fail will be retained in the
The high school pupils made the
best record in attendance and
punctuality last month and they
were awarded the picture. The
primary room received the picture
for the nost improvement in de-
portment. The per cent of atten-
nance for the boys of the entire
school was 94.8 and for the girls
93.5. There was 16 tardy marks
made by the pupils of the school
Notice for Publication
Slate of Oklahoma. Texas county, in the Dis-
trict Court of said county.
John n. Shup. Plaintiff vs. Pearl M. Brown,
Clayton E. Brown, Harry Clark and Charlie
. Austin, Defendants.
Said defendants. Pearl M. Brown, Clayton E.
Brown, Harry Clark and Charlie L. Austin will
take notice that they have been suod in the
above named court by John H. Shup for the re-
covery of the sum of $100.00 due on certain
promissory note; interest in the sum of $14 00
Attorney s fee of $30.00 and all costs of this ac-
tion and for foreclosure of mortgage lien on the
following described real estate, towit : N'E'i of
section 2. Township 1, North of range 10 E. C. M
Texas county, Oklahoma and must answer the
petition tiled therein by .said plaintiff on or be-
fore the 4th day of May 191ti, or said petition
will be taken as true, and a judgement for said
plaintiff in said action for recovery on as above
stated and for foreclosure of mortgage lien as
above set out will be rendered accordingly.
Attest: GEO. M. FRITTZ.
-jlerk of said court
W G. HUGHES. Attorney forpiaintif
mony which united this excellent
couple in the holy bonds of matri- am* only one tardy mark made
mony. The wedding was attended the pupils of the high school. Below
by the relatives of the contracting a ,ist of the Denies of the honor
Buy a winner, THE FORD, you
win in first cost, you win in upkeep,
you win in indurance and you al-
ways reach the home plate, with
a FORD. For sale, by Mason-Ben-
parties, the ministers wife and miss
Achsah Ellis. Following the cere-
mony and congratulations an ele-
gant wedding dinner was served.
The bride was beautifully gowned
in chiffon and silk shadow lace over
net, while the groom wore the con-
ventional black. The bride is the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Gustafson, She moved into
our community with her parents
two years ago, and is a lady of
many accomplishments and win
ning ways. The groom is the sec-
ond son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wor-
ley and one of our solid substantial
farmers and one whom the country
as a whole takes pride and delight
in extending to him their congratu-
lations upon winning this kind and
lovely lady for his wife. These
happy people will immediately go
to house keepiDg on the P. T. Feg
gett farm. Their wide circle of
friends wish them both much joy
and prosperity, and a happy life in
our midst. —Contributed.
We do job printing just like you
want it and just when you want it.
We guarantee to do the best grade
of work at the most liberal prices
excepting none. Neat, clean and
up to date.
The Texhoma Times.
Service and Safety Fur 3 c.
Fanners State Bank
pupils. No pupil is considered an
honor pupil in our school that falls
below 90 per cent in deportment.
They are as follows:
Johnie Elkins; Leona Bryan; Wm.
Boothby; Pauline Weatherly; Maud
Young; Hazle Clark; Hazle Snell,
Janie Clayton; Amelia Fisher; Wil-
lie Fisher; Robert Clark.
Six others were neither absent
secon d grade
Francis Terrill; Myrtle Long;
Maxine Settles; George Aycock;
Beatrice Vanderhoofven; Buford
Danny, Wm. McMillian; Bertha Gaf-
ford; Ancil Preston; James S mith;
Orville Albright; Wade Blacksten.
Mary Bennett Sam Clayton Mild-
red Griffin; Alva Phillippe:
Gatha Berry; Matt Daniels; Ethel
Hanes; Conrad Kugle; Karl Kreiger;
Gladys Winney; Minnie Low Young.
22 neither absent nor tardy.
Oma Daniels; Audry Gafford, Ed-
na McMillan; Stella McMillan; An-
S nice Boothhy.
seventh ani) eighth grade
Alice Keru; Lillie McAdams Mag-
gie Rudd; Blanche Gaddy. Donald
Reagles; Ouida Albright; Ola May
Berry; Orla Rudd: Orville Bennett;
Erman Denny; Raymond Reed;
Call For Bids
A call for bids is hereby issued
by the Board of Trustees of the
town of Texhoma, Okla., for the
construction of sidewalks and cross-
walks, as per resolution adopted by
the Board of Trustees on Oct. 16,
1915, and duly published in The
Texhoma Times Oct. 22-29,1915, as
per plans and specifications for
construction of sidewalks and cross-
walks, published in said resolutions.
Bids will be received at the office of
JohnF. Allison, City Clerk, until
Saturday, April 8, 1916 at 6:00
o'clock p. m.
John F. Allison, City Clerk.
B. G. Penick, Chairman.
Board of Trustees of the town of
Union Stations at Kansas
City, St. Louis, and Chi-
cago, permit of easy trans-
fer without inconvenience
to limited trains for all
Eastern and Southeastern
Automatic Block Signals
Superb Dining Car Service
Ask agent for in-
formation or write.
J. A. STEWART®
Gen'l Passenger Agent
Kansss, City, Mo
W. A. Scribner.
Phone No. 8. Texhoma, Okla.
Horses and Jack for Service
A fine Percheron draft stallion
4 years old, weight 1,800.
A fine Belgian draft stallion, 4
years old, weight 1,800.
A fine Missouri jack, 15 1-2
hands high. '
These animals will make the
season of 1916 at the A. F. Krult
farm, 2 miles south of Midwell,
Cimarran county. $10 to insure
colt to stand and suck; 10 per cent
discount if paid within 30 days
from time colt is foaled.
27-4tp. A. F. Krull, Owner.
It will pay you to drop into our store and inspect
Blocki $1.00 oz. perfume
for - 75c oz.
Maus' Drug Store
AGENTS FOR NYAL'S MEDICINES
BETTER GOODS for LESS MONEY.
Indigestion nearly always disturbs
the sleep more or less, and is often
the cause of insomnia. Eat a light
supper with little if any meat, and
no milk; also take one of Chamber-
lain's Tablets immediately after
supper, and see if you do not rest
jmuch better. Obtainable every-
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