The Texhoma Times. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, October 29, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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THE TEXHOMA TIMES
Tom Cwity. tklihn. Prlfcr IfiliNr UW.
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 fit and give satisfaction.
lust received a large line of LADIES SUITS
in the newest cloths and the latest designs.
VVe 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
The fliers State lit
That a Bank Can Offer,
THE 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 batches 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, be may
get several half-baked, half-hearted friends, but none that will
stand by him absolutely.
He also gets his private affairs spread broadcast and his
business matters so mixed up that he nor any of his friends
ever know where he stands. By trying to set on two or more
ttests 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 stay, the bigger and stronger will your credit grow and
the more certain will yon be of always obtaining ready money
when you need it.
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Individual Re.pon.ibility of Shareholder, is Over Two Million Dollars
The Farmers State Bank
At Irrigation Congress. Rob-
erts Elected Secretary.
When it comes to getting up
and getting there and getting her
share of good things Texhoma is
about the limit. She gets what
.she goes after. At the irrigation 1
congress held at Woodward last
week, W. L. Roberts was elected
secretary of the congress. This
means much, for this office will be
the one important one when it
comes to landing an irrigation
project. And with Bobertsof this
place occupying this one impor-
tant place the lirst big irrigation
ditch should be dug near Texho-
However, Mr. Roberts can't do
everything himself and if the peo-
ple of this part of the country want
irrigation they will have to do the
best they can in pushing the pro-
Number Nearly One Hun-
dred at Liberal.
On account of eating chicked
pie at a charity dinner at Libera!,
Kansas recently, nearly one hun-
dred persons suffered from an at-
tack of ptomaine poisoning.
The direct cause of the poison-
ing teemed to result on account of
the meat having been cooked the
day before and heated or warmed
over by the victims.
Tbe lecture given last Saturday
I by Dr. Thomas McClary was very
i well attended. It wascbaracteri/.fld
by bright humor, wltand eloqueno*,
'and all the.people who attended bad
U vary enjoyable tlnss.
The Texas State Bank
is ill every respcct 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 Bank of the 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
always at the command of our customers.
Don't forget the name—Texas State Bank,
The Farmer's and Stockman's Friend
J. J. DIMMITT, Pre.. Si H. VAUGHAN, Vice Pre..
J. W. ELLIOTT, Ca.hier
DAUGHTER S MARRIAGE
Raised Ire of Sire. Claims
v'*. •. .V . ..... jf
Last Wednesday morning the
words were pronounced by Rev.
W. S. Lee that made Jack Patter-
son and Miss Orphea McLaughlin
i husband and wife. At least that
in what the young folks believed, i
But there was more to follow. I
j The irate Hire didn't take to the j
| matter very kindly. In fact he!
! wanted to bring about proceedings j
! to annul the whole affair. Last Wed- ;
! nesday he called at the home of Rev
| Lee to find out about the matter
and in tbe absence of tbe mining
; he told his stoTy to the women
: found st the house. He was-
positive in his statements that he
would bring about proceedings to
annul the marriage on more
giounds than one. But one on
which he mainly sought tQ rely
was that the license to wed w'&s
secured from the Texas county,
Oklahoma courj and Uie cereig9tiJ
was performed outside of the
county aud state. IIo also stlted
that the uge of his daughter had
been misrepresented when the li-
cense was obtained and therefora
that perjury had been comm'^d
by the party who got the license
from the county judge.
Mr. McLaughlin stated thatj&a
had sent his daughter to Texhoma
to attend school and not for mat"
rimonial purposes. This is to#
Us of the father. What the ha*V
tuple, whose hearts'sow fcsft
i, may have to say MlMM*
"wi st this that.
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Fischer, J. S. The Texhoma Times. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, October 29, 1909, newspaper, October 29, 1909; Texhoma, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth351890/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.