The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, September 28, 1917 Page: 4 of 10
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THE TIMES. TEXHOMA, OKLAHOMA.
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Have cash buyers for land at all times*
If you wish to sell your land, let me have your price.
INSURANCE; Life, Fire, Hail, Automobile,
Farm and Live Stock.
Hartford, St. Paul and North American Fire Insurance Companies. None better
Let me get your 1917 Auto License for you,
I will appreciate any and all business entrusted to me.
W. E. Benson,
The Texas Parent Teachers Club
will give a reception to the teach-
ersof both Texas and Okla. schools
Friday Sept. 28th from 7 to 8 p. m
All patrons of the school are cordi-
We do all kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Cop-
per work. We carry in stock valley tin, ridge roll,
hip shingles, flue thimbles, ventilators and all kinds
of builders' metal goods. Try us on repairing.
BOYER'S TIN SHOP
Texhoma, :: Oklahoma
About the meanest fellow we
know of is who sleeps all through
the sermon and then refuses to
see the collection place as it passes
are going up all the time
We have a good supply and more coming
Come in and look them over
The only way to secure a lasting
peace after this war is to lick the
enemy so everlastingly hard he'll
be glad to crawl into his bole and
stay there until the hole caves in
Epworth Uagoe Program
Home Mission Work Among Im-
Scripture lesson—Psalms 67 1-7
What is Your Duty
I Orpah A. Cayton
II Mrs. Esmay
III Pearle Yates
IV Ophelia Fincher
V Mary Gorman
and Mattie Frizzell
Treat Them Like Folks—Mrs. Chap-
The preaching that counts—Mrs.
Response—Oris Hern Ingham
Meet promptly at 7:00
A NEW FIRM ON A LIVE MARKET
Strictly Commission Merchant
LUVE STOCK COMMISSION CO.
506-508-509 Live Stock Exchange
KANSAS CITY, MO.'
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Robert B. Perry
John H. Wilton
Geo. W. Tennyson
Ben W. Perry
Home Phone Main 8468
Bell Phone Main 488
Western Union Wire
Interstate National Bank
A. E.1 Elton > Long
Harvey S. Shough
Miss Eura Hayworth of Texho-
ma is the guest of Miss Faye Pat-
ton this week, having arrived
Tuasday night.—Guymon Herald.
Frank Sewell and wife were here
from Texhoma, Sunday afternoon
visiising Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacobs
and son. John.—Goodwell News.
Dr. Higglnbotham, nose and
throat surgeon, will be at the May
field Sanatarium Texhoma, Okla.,
again Thursday, Oct. 4th. 51-t2
The Texhoma Times
Publithed Every Friday By
Entered as second maiijmatter al the
Pott Office at Texhoma. Oklahoma.
SUBSCRIPTION $1.50PER YEAR
Four weeks is a newspaper month
All ads will be run until ordered
out unless otherwise specified
Most any man knows how to tell
a woman's age, but few have the1 and will return
nerve to do it.
Austria insists that America
"cutting no ice" in this war.
course not; we're not there yet.
A silent man make9 an excel-
lent mate for a talkative woman.
1 There is less chance for a family
Mrs. J. L. Bennett of Los Ange-
les, Mrs. Tillie Bailey and Mr. Har-
ry H. Shreiner returned to Texho
ina the first of the week from Ne-
braska where they attended the
funeral of their sister who was re
cently taken their from Texhoma.
Mrs. Bennett is at present visiting
with her sister and brother here
to her home in
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1917
Some men are so simple they
believe everything anyone tells
them and no one believes what
Los Angeles in the near future.
Pupils who are located on Texas
side wishing to study piano can
get their lessons at the Texas
school building this term, as
will teach at that place. Pupils
located on Oklahoma side may
continue coming to my private
studio at the Langford Hotel.
Mrs. O. M. Langford, Phone 87
Texas Parent-Teacher Ass'n
The Parent-Teachers Association
of the Texas sehool met in their
first regular session at the school
auditorium Monday afternoon
Sept. 17. Mrs. Patton bad charge
of the meeting and gave an inter-
esting talk. giving helpful plans
that might be carried out by the
association. Officers for the year
were electet as follows: Mrs. Patton
re-elected president, Mr*. Powel-
son vice president, Mrs. Carpenter
treasurer and Miss Pendleton sec-
retary. A program committee
was appointed by the president,
several new members were added
to theassociation. The next meet-
ing will be held Monday Oct. 1 at
4:15 p. m. All parents are cordial-
ly invited to attend and join us.
The city hdfi graded 5th
making of it one of the best streets
in the city.
Some people are 80 crooked they |
street]would put of dying just for a'
chance to cheat the undertaker
out of a job.
Extra precautions should be ta-
ken while fishing. You might
hook a submarine.
There appears tobequite a num-
ber of dog9 running on the streets
at this time that have no tags at-
tached to them.
Several of the citizens of Texho-
ma have been busy this week cut-
ting weeds around their premises.
It is very important that these
weeds be kept cleaned out at all
times. It not only impioves the
town's appearance but helps im-
prove health conditions.
After September 16th, I will not
be responsible for any debts con-
tracted for in . my name, unless
authorized in writing by me.
52-3t Geo. W. Brady
2444 Lexington St<
We a^e making the best farm
loan we know of. Come in and get
our figures if you want a loan.
John F. Allison & Son.
as a —
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
OILS AND FILTERED GASOLINE
When you need any kind of automobile work, or casings, innertubes, oil,
gas or any part of jour car, 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.
Prompt And Courteous Service Is Our Motto
|PENICK GARAGE, oklahoma
I H II II 11 111
Your Business Appreciated
Sorosis Club members enjoyed
the meeting with Mrs Job on Wed-
nesday the 19th in her pleasant
home in west Texhoma. During
the absence of both President and
Vice President, Mrs. Goodman pre
sided officially over the meeting.
Responses to roll call were quota
tions from the play, the lesson be-
ing a continuation of Antony and
Cleopatra, Acts III and IV.
The club members received the
year books at this meeting for the
years work. All united in pro
nouueing them to be both artistic
sod beneficial and a credit to any
Mrs. Williams was leader for
the club lesson and had skillfully
prepared her questions bringing
out the closely allied plot and the
authenic history of the play. Mrs.
Gex bad a most interesting paper
on the character of Octavia and
the Roman Nation of that day
which was very instructive.
Mrs. Job cleverly assisted by her
niece. Miss Harris served to her
club members a most delectab'e
salad course accompanied with ice
tea. This combined with the pleas-
ure of meeting members, the inter-
esting club lesson and the pleas-
ant social half makes of the Soro-
sis meetings, hours of pleasure.
The next meeting will be onOct.,
3rd with Mrs. Gex as leader and
and Mrs. Mason hostess.
ing counties, came in. Business
was continued, and we elected
Miss Ophelia Fincher, president
and Miss Eulah Kerr secretary of
our society. The meeting was
then turned over to Mr. Elliott by
Superintendent Hardin. Mr. Elli-
ott introduced Judge Ashby who
stated his business briefly, inviting
us to attend the County School
Fair at Dalbart October 4 and 5
and also urged us to bring or send
an exhibit. Considerable interest
has been shown in the work of
getting up tbs exhibit, aud students
and teachers are very busy prepar
ing and planning an exhibit which
we shall be proud to own at the
Fair. Mr. Elliott also introduced
Mr. Midkiff, whose business was to
present final plans and arrange-
ments for the club work of the
coming year, and the exhibits to
be taken to the fair at Dalhart
and on to Dallas, should any of
our members be winners. He al-
so extended an invitation for new
members, and some twelve or fif-
teen applied for membership.
On Tuesday of this week one
hour was set apart for the purpose
of cleaning our school grounds and
putting the ball courts in shape for
the practice which we expect to
begin early next week. Balls have
been Ordered and ihe girls will soon
have their suits under construction
We expect some good games for
both boys and girls this season.
On Friday evening Sept. 21 the
Meistersingers rendered us a fine
program, this being the first num-
berofour Lyceum course. The other
numbers coming at various dates
throughout the ensuing school.
From the interest shown on last
Friday evening we feel 6ure our
lecture course will be a success.
We take great pleasure in inviting
the public to attend our next num-
ber which will be given by Mr.
Barkley on Wednesday evening
Oct. 17. Mr. Barkley is a very able
lecturer and cartoonist and we feel
he will render a highly entertain-
CLASSIFIED AD COLUMN
Advertisements under this head-
ing will be charged for at the rate
of 5c per line eash insertion.
LOST—College class pin, mono-
gram on front, K S A C 1917, mon-
ogram on back A D E. Reward for
leturn. Apply at Times office. 51-t2
FOUND—One pearl necklace be-
ween the Brinnon and Weatherly
residences. Owner may receive
same by calling and paying for
this adv. 50-tf
Texas Side School Notes
The third week of schol finds the
pupils making good headway in
their regular school work besides
being interested in a number of
other school enterprises. Thurs-
day morning of last week the en-
tire student body with colors flying
marched in orderly lines to the
station to witness the departure of
the drafted men.
On Friday afternoon the student
body assembled in the auditorium
for the purpose of organizing a lit-
erary society. We were in the bus-
iness of organization with several
nominations tor president before
the house when Judge Elliott, our
County Superintendent accompan-
ied by Judge Ashby of Dallam Co.
and Mr. Midkiff, who has charge of
the agricultural interest for the
government in this and surround
Has A High Opinion of
"I have a high opinion of Cham-
berlain's Tablets for billiousness
and as a laxatixe," writes Mrs.
C. B. Barnes, Charleston, 111.
have never found anything so
mild and pleasant to use. My
brother has also used these tablets
with satisfactory results."
FOUND—One lavalkr with ruby
settings. Found between Fire*
National bank and Thomason Bros.
Store. Owner may receive the
same by paying for this adv. 50-tf
ESTRAY NOTICE—I have taken
up one bay mare about 5 yrs. old-
and one black horse about 12years
old. Now at my place 6 miles
northeast of Texhoma.
50-2-m. p. R. A. Daniel*
LOST—Heavy gold band ring,,
monagram M. A. B. engraved on
inside. Finder return to M. A.
Brinnon and receive reward. 52-2t>
FOR SALE OR TRADE—A com-
plete house moving outfit. Will
trade for cattle. See F. D. Mason.
FOR SALE—Broomcom fodder.
52-2t-p Ralph McKinney
WANTED—Dishwasher. Apply at
FOR SALE OR TRADE—6 room
house, 2 lots and out buildings on
Texas side, 2 blocks from school
house. Will sell or trade for cattle.
Apply at Times Office. 51-tf
FARM LANDS-OREGON &
CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
GRANT LANDS. Legal fight over
land at last ended. Title received
in United States. Land, by act of
Congress ordered to be opened un-
der homestead laws for settlement
and sale. Two million three hun-
dred thousand acres. Containing
some of the best timber and agri-
cultural lands left in the United
States. Large Copyrighted Map
showing land by townhsips and sec-
tions, laws covering same and de-
scription of soil, climate, rainfall,
elevations, temperature, etc,, Post-
paid One Dollar. Grant Lands Lo-
cating Co., Portland, Oregon. 42-12t
Notice for Publication.
State of Oklahoma ' In the District Court ol
Texas County ) said county
James H. Mason plaintiff v George Mcllrath
•Mcllrath, his wife. H. H. Kroner, Helena
Kroeker, his wife and Peter George, defendant*.
Said defendants George Mclirath-Mcllrath
his wife. H. H. Hroaker. Ueieu Kroeker, his
wife and Teter George will take notice that they
have been sued in the above named court by
James H. Mason to quiet the title to the South-
west quarter of Section thir'een In Township
four north of Range sixteen f. C. M. in Texas
County. Oklahoma, and must ar.swcr the pe.
titlon filed therein by said plaintiff 011 or before
the 8tli of November 1917, or said petition will
be taken as tvue, and a judgement for said
plaintiff in said action for the quieting of the
title to laid laud above set fourth will be ren-
Attest; Geo. M. FriU, County Clerk
By H. E. James, Deputy
W. G. Hughs',
Si? Attorney for Plaintiff 52t4
Careful attention given to lega
papers and satisfaction guaranteed.
John A. Gex & Co., Texas side.
Seed Wheat for Sale
I have on hand several hundred
bushels of good clean seed wheat.
First come, first served. Also have
some pigs andshoats for sale.
S. N. Hodges
52-4t Texhoma, Okla>
Dodge Bro«. Motor Cars
I have the agency for the Dodge
Brothers motor cars in Hansford
and Sherman counties, Texas and
Cimarron county, Okla. See me
before you buy your car.
50-tf J. C. Secord
See us for insurance in any line.
Best companies represented here
John F. Allison & Son
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