The Texhoma Times. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, November 5, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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THE TEXHOMA TIMES.
Teihona. Texas CMity, Oklahona. Fritay November 5, m
JUST RECEIVED one of the largest shipments of
Hats ever brought to Texhoma. Everything new and
the latest styles.
Our store is the home of HART, SCHAFFNER
& MARX CLOTHING known as the high
grade clothes that tit and give satisfaction.
lust received a large line of LADIES SUITS
in the newest cloths and the latest designs.
We take orders for Ladies' tailored Skirts:
they cost no more than our out of stock. Also
have a large line in stock.
BOISE CITY, OKLAHOMA TEXHOMA, OKLAHOMA
That a Bank Can Offer,
THK DEPOSITORS GUARANTY FUND of the STATE OF OKLAHOMA
We invite your account and
will appreciate your business
The Hen On Two Nests
The hen that tries to set on two nests hatches no chickens
All she does is to spoil good eggs.
It is much the same way with the man who scatters his
banking business. Instead of one good solid friend, he may
get several half-baked, half-hearted friends, but none that will
stand by hi in absolutely.
He also gets his private affairs spread broadcast and hi>
business matters so mixed up that he nor any of his frieuds
ever know where he stands. By trying to set on two or more
nests he is able to keep none of the eggs warm. In the same
way he addles his credit and business confidence-
You will find The First National Bank of Tex-
homa the best nest to stick to in order to hatch out good
credit, good financial help and good friendship. The longer
you stav. the bigger and stronger will your credit grow and
the more certain will yon be of always obtaining ready money
when vou need it.
-The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
A OF TEXHOMA
Individual Retpontibdit? of Sh«reW«kU it Over Two Million DoHftr*
$2,260.29 FOR 91
BALES BROOM CORN
Record Breaker Crop
George H. Sweat
Perhaps the record breaking
crop of broom eorji in this locality
this year was grown by Oeor-ge
H. Sweat, whose farm lie;- about _
ten miles northwest of town. The*
11 this week he sold ninety
bales of broom corn to John
Robertson and received
cash for it.~ This amount of mon-
ey is more than what the ordinary
quarter sections of land are sel-
ling for the market at this time.
But this is not ail the crop Mr.
Swct has grown this year. lie
has something like SHOO worth of
maize to sell, tor>. And this all in
i the dryest year of the history of
| the Oklahoma Panhandle. It pays
i to farm in Texas county when the
I farming is done like Mr. Sweat
MAUS NEW BUILDING.
Material. Two Stories.
The Farmers State Bank
The Texas State Bank
it> in every respect the friend of the poor and rich alike.
No account too small or too large for us to handle and
give our personal attention.
The door of 'this Hank of t'/.e People always stands
wide open in welcome.
Come and see us when in town and bring your friends-
and get acquainted.
The benefit of .our business experience and advice is
ajways at the command of our customers.
: 'Don't forget the name—Texas State l>ank.
The Farmer's and. Stockman * Friend
J. J. DIMMITT, Pre.. S. H. VAUGHAN, Vice Pre,.
J. W. ELLIOTT, Cathier
Texhoma just keeps agoing in
the building line. The latest new
juilding to be constructed is a 2">x
<w ft. two story reenforced con-
crete for Fred Maus, the popular
druggist. The contract was let
ijpcuntly to L- E. Faus. a well
tynown cement contractor of Dd-
r The building will be locate ! on
fhe lot east of Thomason Bros,
dtore und will be a handsome
structure, with plate glass front
I and corner entrance. The upper
story will be used for a hall or
' lodge purposes. It is Mr. Maus'
aim to make this one of the beat
buildings in town and xouiethiug
that will not only be useful and
serviceable to him but what will
be a credit to the Panhandle coun-
BIG WHEAT ACREAGE JOE GOES TO ASYLUM.
Farmers Sowing Largest Crop Jury Sends Him There for
Shooting Boss Ingle.
The largest whlW <-rop in the
history of thin part of the Okla-
homa-Texas Panhandle will be
sown thyMAll. The timely and
amindrtditrains of the laU>KU4gnier:
and fall have put the grourfVi^
spendid shape fotf^e'eding Hie-"
ground, and the faniffers are tak-
iug advantage of it. There is no
question about this being a good
wheat growing district when the
ground is properly prepared and
the wheat properly put in the
VV. G. Cosby left last Tuesday
afternoon for Nolan county and
southwest Texas point*.
Fr«;d Maus returned from Guy-
mon last Tuesday afternoon where
he had been serving as a special
petit juror The ease of the State
vs Joe Cavener was tried before
him. .loe was charged with shoot-
ing Boss Ingle. The shooting
_*ured iu J une, IPOS.
Insanity was the plea advanced
tthe defense and the jury ac-
. e$t«d this ond their verdict was
fOC AUE tpSlNa MONEY by
j not seeing us before selling your
Mai/.e and Kallir.
Texhoma Mux & Ei.bvato*
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Fischer, J. S. The Texhoma Times. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, November 5, 1909, newspaper, November 5, 1909; Texhoma, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth351358/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.