The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, May 28, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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THE TEXHOMA TIMES
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Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma, Friday, May 28, 1915
The Maus Drug Store
The removal of the Maus drug
store to the new brick building is
now completed. We like to give
credit for every progressive move-
ment that is made which will tend
to benefit our town and community
in any way and we truly believe
that such buildings and stores as
the ones just installed by Mr. Maus
are the main factors in the develop-
ment and prosperity of any town.
This is now positively one of the
best arranged drug stores in the
Panhandle country. The drug de-
partment, the jewelry department
and the soda fountain are all to be
classed with the best to be found,
and the office rooms in connection
with the store afford a great con-
venience to the general public as
well as to those who have charge
of same. The electric lighting ar-
rangement in this store is the finest
that can be found in this part of
the country, and the electrice sign!
which is attached to the front of |
the building is worthy of special
mention Mr. Maus is rightly re-
ceiving the congratulations of his
friends and neighbors for the pro-
gressive movements he is putting
into practice in the upbuilding of
the town and community. The
town may well be proud of such
buildings and such stores as this
and The Times wishes to personal-
ly congratulate Mr. Maus for the
faith and confidence he is showing
in the future prosperity and develop-
ment of our town and community.
5 to 9 at Dalhart
Bit By a Rattle Snake
Alex Ruffin, brother to the mer
chant Albert Ruffin, while hauling
bundle feed from a place a mile
Three weeks ago The Times men-1 The Texhoma team was defeated
tioned a change that was reported | in a very interesting ball game at
to have taken place in the Foster j Dalhart last Sunday, in which this
Hardware firm stores. The deal1 team came out second best with1 from town, on Monday of this week,
was all made as reported and then j the score of five to nine. The game j was bit by a rattle snake. While
satisfactory agreements were met | was a good one and the fact that ■ —
whereby the transaction was re- ttoere was no squabbling nor rag-
versed and the firm is now com- chewing was one of the
posed of the same members that
had charge of the stores before the
of this game, and it is a feature
that all of the teams along the line
mentioned transaction took place, wish to enforce for the success and
It is still the Foster Hardware Co., welfare of this national game,
and the business is being transact- There was probably a little room
ed by the same old members of the for questioning a few of the de-
fjrm cisions which were made in this
game, but the rule of good nature
is being established and must be
put into practice upon all occasions.
This team can not be expected to
win all of the games. It is a fact
that the Texhoma team has been
the direct cause of breaking up the
Epworth League Program
Songs 130 and 102. , ...
Questions asked by leader and entire league along the line, simp-
answered by members. j ^ Put the baSR bal1 Proposition on
Duef.-Macy and Gladys Yates.! the hummer by winning most of
loading the wagon he found several
of the rattlers in one bundle. One
of them wrapped around his leg
and in attempting to knock it loose
it bit him on one finger Ruffin
was thoughtful in binding the
wound to stop the circulation after
which he split the finger with his
knife. He came to town as quick-
ly as possible and medical aid was
immediately summoned. He has
been very sick as a result of the
bite, but is getting better at this
time. All of the snakes got away.
Theie were three or four of them.
The Ford Keeps a-Chuggin
Old Zeke Perkins sold his hogs
one day, and the gosh durned fool
threw his money right away; he
rode into town sitting on a board,
and came home in a darned little
Ford. When he came to the house.
the games that were indulged in.
Such has been the case several
seasons here, and in order to have
games we must have clubs with
i which to compete. Should this
i team start right in to winning every
game, the fact of the matter is that
they would be unable to get any
games in the future. It has been
so before and would be so again.
We do not think that there are
many folks in town who would give
this matter little enough considera-
More Good Rains
Local showers visited various
parts of this section during the
early part of this week, and Wed-
nesday night and Thursday a good
rain fell h?re which seems to have
been general over the greater part
of this section. Hail is reported in
some sections, but no damage has
resulted therefrom as far as can
be learned Farm work has been
in progress most of the wees and
farmers are pretty well up with
their work at this time.
W. B. Hawkins of the Hooker
Advance and C. J. Reynolds, broom-
corn buyer, both of Hooker were
in this section this week on busi-
and sot to the gate he .hut down ^ We do fenow ^
the throttle and put on the^ brake. na , haye a team
he grabbed for the reins, got the . „ . ....
, j i** that will make all competing clubs
throttle instead, and the darned lit-
tle Ford kept a-chuggin' ahead.
Zeke jerked on the levers and he
turned on the gas. he kicked at the
pedals and he broke out the glass;
he cut all the wires and he pulled
know that they have been in a ball
game and the establishment of
such reputation should be sufficient
to justify the support of every citi-
zen who is not a natural born sore
,, , , , , , r ,,head, one who does not expect too
off the top. but the gosh darn Ford ^ Qf ^ „n;
The Times' Honor Roll
Since our last report, we have
received cash on the following
E. W. Edwards.
W. H. Danner.
E. A. August.
H. H. Hass.
J. A. Waugh.
Geo. Ay cock.
Omer H. Douthitt
It has been several weeks since
the honor roll was published, for
Base Ball Today
Weather conditions proving fav-
orable, the Hooker ball team will
be in Texhoma today, Friday, to
compete with the Texhoma team
on the local diamond. In fact, this
will be the real opening game of
the base ball season here. A couple
of games have been played, but it
has been arranged all along that
the opening game would be played
on the home diamond, so this game
will be considered as such. Every-
body is urged to be present. The
game will be called at 3:30 o'clock
and there is no reason why there
should not be a big crowd at the
game. No arrangements have been
made but it is our belief that the
business houses will close for a
couple of hours upon this occasion
so everybody can attend the game.
Come out and help the home team
win. The admission is only 25c
for adults and 15c for children,
proceeds to go toward defraying
the expenses of the visiting team.
Remember the date and time. The
game will be called promptly at
3:30 o'clock. Battery for Texhoma,
Bondurant and Butterbaugh.
Barber Shops to Consolidate
The Bennett barber shop and the
Robertson barber shop will consoli-
date in the near future which will
cause the establishment of one
complete and up to date shop, the
best we have ever had in Texhoma,
the reason that this tune of year The Haus bui|din(1 where ,he Har-
just wouldn't stpp. He pulled out
his knife and he smiled so serene
cut a-holein the tank, drained out
the gasolene; he pulled out his gun,
shot the tires full of lead, but the,
gol durned Ford kept a-chuggin'
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.
• II JL llUMI
First National Bank
who would like to get around the
matter of assisting the team by
making all kinds of fuss just be-
cause the team lost a game. When
you have the pleasure of seeing a
real good game of ball and then
have the displeasure of hearing
some fellow bemeaning the home
team because the game was lost,
you can simply figure that he is
the sort of fellow who is not giving
the matter just consideration, or
either is one of the fellows who
j does not want to contribute to the
support of the team. T^e Dalhart
j management said when this game
was ended: "We always line up
the very best material that can be
had when we play Texhoma, be-
cause we know that it is going to
be a ball game." It is no disgrace
to lose a good ball game, on the
other hand, many times it is of
much benefit to the losing club be-
cause in that way some of the
weaker places can be patched up
and the team is benefitted thereby,
and all of these matters should be
given just consideration. If our
team is not a good one, if we all do
our part we will get busy and make
it better. You must remember
that the team has received no sup-
port or encouragement this year
from any of the outsiders, but this
support is expected and when it
shows up, the ttam will in all pro-
the subscription payments are al- (we„ bakery wag located fa ^ ^
ways slow about coming in. There . remodeled and replagtered and
are a number of subscriptions' wU| make sp,endid r$ ^
whichi are now delinquent that ' barber gbop £ Bennett an(1
should be paid and we are in hopes j j A Robert8on arethe real pioneer
that they will be settled before we | barber8 of ^ part of ^ country
send out another bunch of state- j A„ of QUr dUzens are naHy
ments Pay vour subscription j acquahUed with tbese men and
prom ply when due and it will save kn(W them to understand theirpro.
us additional expense and work, j fes8ion sufficiendy t0 give good and
There are yet several who have not satisfactory service8 t0 the genera,
responded to the last statements
The Crop Prospects
T' • f
At planting time there is little
advancement made as far as grow-
ing conditions are concerned, with
the exception of wheat, oats, barley,
etc. The latter named small grains
have been making wonderful grow-
th all along and never before were
prospects better for heavy yields
of all small grain. At planting
time there is not so much mention
to be made concerning the growing
crops, with the exceptions above
stated. Now that planting is al-
most completed the country is find-
ing itself in splendid condition.
Row crops are coming up and look-
ing the best ever. Most of the
farmers, it seems are getting a good
stand of feed stuff at the first plant-
ing. It is a sure thing that the
crops which are now coming up
will get away from the grasshop-
pers should they be numerous this
season. It is reported that young
hoppers seem to be in aboundance
at this time and when such condi-
tions prevail it is very advisable
that crops be gotton up and out of
their way before the hoppers get
large enough to do damage to the
crops. Practically all of the dam-
age that is done by them to row
crops is inflicted when the crop
is coming up, so the early plantings
are preferrable. The country is
looking good. It never looked bet-
ter and could look no better if
special orders were complied with.
The Panhandle country will, with-
out doubt yield another crop of
aboundance in every particular
.Read Times ads and save the
money that you are entitled to
save on your purchases. The fel-
low who has a bargain for you is
always anxious to let you know
about it, and the fellow who has no
inducement to offer you when he
gets you to his place of business,
of course has nothing to tell you
that we sent out and we kindlv"ask Ipub,IC" We are ^lad 10 see thls through the columns of your local
ttiat we sent out ana we Kinaiy asu transaction take p!ace because it j n, ___
those to look up the statement and ■ wi„ without question bp of benef)tj P"Per-
make returns on same at an early ; tQ the town and cotnmunity.
date. We do our best to get The.
Times to your address promply and
properly and we always expect the] Weekly Weather Forecast
subscription payment promptly, in i
advance. Issued by the U. S. Weather Bureau,
Last Spring the prairies of the
Panhandle country were something
beautiful to look upon, so fine were
the wild flower decorations. It
seems that just a little later on the
i same conditions will prevail this
Straight Banking, That's All
Washington, /.). C, for the week1' n . . . .
! year. The flowers are beginning to
I , „ , bloom now and indications are that
For the West Gulf States, em-1 there wU1 fae equaHy ag many flf}
Show Building Moved beginning Wednesday,May26,191!
_ t j For the West Gulf States, en
A. 0. Campbell this week had his braciDg Louisiana, Arkansas, Okla-
there were last year.
show building moved from the |10ma and Texas: Fair weather!
south side of the track to the lots wiU prevaij Temperature will be, BE Wells of Bolingreen. Mo.,
on second street, just north of the norma| or slightly above | bag accepted a position at the City
Garage and Machine Shop of this
The Panhandle country is pro- j city \jr Wells has the reputation
n at babl? an excepljon- as !he foreca8t I of being a first class mechanic.
The Times, $1 50 per year.
Conimerical hotel where the picture
show will be operated in the future
The Pastime show has been
successful during its operation at jg missing us this week about as
the former location. Mr. Campbell jar ag couid
has conducted the show in a very
commendable manner in the past
and he now expects to make some
improvements that will enable him
to have even a better show in the
future than in the past.
The Times for the news.
won a game that was lost, are not
doing much to help matters along.
Get in line and do your part if you
have interests in the town and in
t t... , , ... , . . , « i the ball team; if you have no in-
babthty feel more like doing their, UMd do not e5pect t0 d0
best. It is the cose sometimes that part jn (he r, h, way thH| the'
fellows will knock on the team
with all of their might at every
opportunity and then when the
team loses a game they will actual-
ly kick about it. Now, isn't that a
combination of thoughts that would
wrap your slats? What have you
done to help the team? Have you
predicted failure and knocked and
then complained at the results
which have so far had a slight
touch in your favor? Those who
have no interest in the welfare of
the team surely have no thought
of the town's best interests. In
, other words those who knock on
the team because they might have
citizenship of the town who do care
for the besc interests would kindly ;
ask you to just saw wood and go
ahead and attend to the matters j
which concern you most.
The line-up at Dalhart was as
Butterbaugh. c.; Bondurant, p.;
Johnson, 1st,; Kreiger, 2nd; Elkins,
3rd., Cottle, ss.; Thomas, If; Lynch,
m; Spradlin, r.; Reed. Bondurant
did some good work in the box,
striking out 14 of the heavy hitters
[ of the Dalhart team. There were
a few errors and then some heavy
hitting, including one home run
lost the game to the Dalhart team.
on your life, on your property. Why not insure your-
self against adversity in the future by investing your
surplus funds in a bank account? Allow it to accumu-
late until a time comes when you need it badly—that
is when you will appreciate its true worth.
Just as the value of your life insurance increases as
j ou grow older, so will your bank account grow as you
add to it weekly, monthly or yearly. In fact, the possi-
bilities of your bank account is limited only by your
earning and saving capacity.
An account with this bank is good insurance.
The Farmers State Bank
State and County Depository
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