The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THE TIMES, TEXHOMA, OKLAHOMA.
jp TEXHOMA AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY ^
q cnft onH if thev don't
Wmpit^wi-h1lay tol oUr?£ail order concern in price and quality.
W e "ant toXw you that your money-will <0 farther if you trade with us.
. . . f? J! Wiring looms, complete 80c
Listen rora: Set transmission lining
_ — tires and tubes are guaranteed for 3,500 and if they dont
JYlCCCSl make good we will make the adjustment in our own house.
30 x 3 Tires, plain. $8.25
30 X31, " " $10.50
Tubes. - 1.95
^11 A v* Oct u auauiicoivit
We are now doing repair work in connection with
our supply business. Drop in and let us show you what we have.
H. P. BRADFORD, Prop.
The Texhoma Times
Published Every Friday by
Wm. E. Kreiger.
they will visit us and let us know
they are interested. We are anx-
ious that all pupils do satisfactory
Wilma Hughes; Ozbeat Hamilton;
Lucille Hodges; Ethel Hanes; Mabel
Hanes. Emma Shirley Kugle; Karl
work and co-operation of the home | Kreiger; Edna Rock; Raymon Rey-
,and school will in almost every | nolds; Emma Lee Wood; Macy
— .--l—W*ab f"eteired r«ultlYat«: Homa Wea.betly; Roy
post offi< •• at Texhoma, Oklahoma.
The name of The Ochiltree Eagle-
Investigator has been changed to
The News and the date of publica-
tion has been changed from Wed-
nesday to Friday.
Prof. Huckleberry's room received Smith; Ralph Forester.
Ithe picture last month for making! fifth grade
SUBSCRIPTION, It .so A YEAR | the best record in attendance and I Lyda Bull; Ona Daniel;
IN ADVANCE. ; punctualUy The pupii9 Prof. Gafford; Nillie Gafford. Alpha Hugh-
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1915
Oklahoma School Report
| Bookwalter's room received the
j picture which was awarded for
most improvement in discipline.
I Below is a list of the names ofjven
j pupils who were perfect in atten-
es; Hazel Hodges; Verne Patton;
Gladys Quinn; Wayne Robertson;
Grace Smith; Thelma Vanderhoof-
Miss Goldie Cottle who is teach-j opened up a slock of variety goods
ing school out north of Guymon, | in the building on east Main street
Turkeyi! Turkey !
We expect to have a car for
Christmas turkeys. Watch next
week's paper for date to deliver,
j Drop us a card stating what you
Sam Young and Tom Biggs have | have. Can then notify you by
mail. 1st grade cream 32 cents.
Maknig love to a widow is like
putting money in The Farmers
State Bank. You can't over do it.
spent Thanksgiving with Texhoma
friends and relatives.
Have you read AD-EM-NEL-LA?
on sale at Elkins drug store.
Boh Thomas and Bryan Daven-
port left Sunday for Decatur, Texas,
—— pupils WllO wr.re pciici i i« anv«. i ^ |wrt icit ouuuay !■«
The third month of our public; dance and punctuality and who! Thelma Campbell: Dale McColley,, gryan having returned to his home
! .i Pi..,.. VT ...1... D„i>nn a nnn ■ .. . >«, . *.i_
I he third monin oi < u> yuuuL, aance anu puw m.iin j . Dryun uaviufi uun
nchool closed on last Friday Nov J had a deportment grade above 90 Elma Nagle; Buren Reynolds; Anna j there and Bob will
26th. We have made a splendid! l>er cent. Fa>'e Snel!; Nellk> McWhirtwr. ,atjves for a few W(
. ... . L I (Ural SEVENTH OKADE !
record this month and yet there
is room for improvement. We had
138 pupils who were present every
day and on time too. Nothing
helps the teacher so much as punc-
tuality and regularity, and we trust
that all parrots and patrons will
encourage their children to to
school-on time. We have arranged
a study period both in the morning
and iu the afternoon, and children
will find the building quiet during
these periods. We hope to make
a still lietter record this mouth
than we had last month.
Some pupils have failed again
this month, in one or more subjects.
Do not blaine the teacher for the
failure before investigating, but
come to the school and sot why
the child failed. Hie failure* in
90 |>er cent of the cases comes
from a lack of
their be failur
t trade i seventh okadi
Grace Burton; Nora May Buckley; j Cuida AthW* Orviile Bennett;
Olive Berry; Dora Dale,; Willie I Ola May Berr* Arnold Berry;
Fisher; Amelia Fisher; Arneetn; Pa™ Brnkaw; tanuelo Uyton
Forester; Haskel Griffin: llufih Ro-E™;™ tenney, Herbert .afford,
tans. Wood; Roy Hanes; Fred Hodges; Raymond R«d; tsste
<J«Bse Richey; Marie Armstrong;!Schooler, Gladys Yates.
Hadley Blacksten; Hazln Clark; j f0"™ (:R*Dr'
Janie Clayton; Bessie Daley, Altai Katie Albright; Hester Copas*
Bowers Produce House.
A few young, well broke
for sale, cash or credit.
Phillo S. Harris
Mrs. Lena Leach who had been
visiting at the home of her parents,
S. S. Hay worth and wife of north- J j jiave gome DUr(x; Jersey
west of town, left the latter part of j p.gs f<)r sa,e
last week for her home near Galves- j 10
ton. Texas. j .
that was formerly occupied by the
Bennett barber shop. They have
a real nice stock and are getting
ready for big business during the
holidays at least. ^ ^ ^ anJ s0Q of
C.J.Peterson of South Dakota Hansford county arrived here Wed-
who has interests in the Oslo set-! nesday for a few days visit with
tlement, southeast of Texhoma, was j relatives. Mrs. Harris is a niece oi
a business visitor here last week. c- T- Thomas. They are figuring
Mr. Peterson seems to think that 'on locating near Texhoma soon,
this country is making rapid strides
and is making good.
Clabe Timmons of Amarillo, Tex-
i as, was a business visitor in the
male city Wednesday. Mr. Timmons
I has the Maxwell agency at
C.F. Sheldon !Amari"°-
. , i 1 have some good improved land
;J T. R. Beoll. formerly of the _ Tex- J*?** Iin Beckl,ara t0 "f6 ?'
Hauir.y Aik,;«u,t ne6t« Cnnwi 1 R H* ull fnrmerlv of the Tex-I - ~* : in Beennani u>. UKia., to iraue i
J.. u Kern; Alma McAdamt; Edward making his home at Wieb** Kan- , i*
erly; Will Horton
Orviile Albright; George Ay cock;
Wade Blacksten; Buford Deun ?i;
Bertha Gafford; Johnnie Graham;
Myrtle Long; Ancil Preston; Allan
Robertson: Marine Settler; Francis;
Terrill; Beatrice Vanderhoofveti.
Kern; Alma McAdams;
McDaniel; Audry Moore; Donald
Reagles, Blanch Gaddy; Vivian
Fred Barnes; Ralph Bennett; Leila
;Bmy, Annie Bi-rrv, May Bowers;
Ruby Campbell; Noreue Danielr
inaRing ' hi7 ]vplk lookinf« ® ^orae ^re the first of this week to
sas, was here th.s week lookmg, s an(1
after business interests and visiting .
-. , relatives.
C. C. Raymer.
Cheap Town Lot*
Gertrude Albright; Mary Bennett;
Pearl Beard; Harry Lee Cook:
C. E. King of Arlington, Kansas,
wob here this week looking over
tile country with a view of invest-!
Roy Daniel; Maud Flanagan; Merle iog in large ranch tracts.
Freeman;Claude,Landan Gist; Otis; /—— , 1 have four nice lots with
Criffin; Oliver Hamilton; Ernest J. W. Laocaster. wife and child- 'front and one a corner lotin Texho-,
ot me cases couicsi n | Uocinieister. en and Miss Minnie Hodges spent tun to sell at a bargain, if ?old at;
of study and should Getievieve Case: Sam Cavton; Mack | Kvalyn McColly; Lara McCol'v; fhanksgiving day at the home of once.
I(,ir i* failures on the grade card. I KawceU: Nlil,hrd Che®ter; Ganiel McKinney; Herman Mitchell: M. H. Lackey near Hansford. j
a visittoThe school will result aH Kern^,ladys Lcwey, ^rgaret Set- i A(nny Moore; Soheliey Peniek;
most every time in a better under-'1 ' f ™al ,lk'' owart reetP' Mamie Reynolds: Paul Roach; Lee
standing between parent and reach- Madeline Muller. Alleene LlkiM. R0bcrt90li; Claire Sheldon: Ellu
er and letter work on the part of hiukth «;radk SSpradlin: Henry Spradlin; Pliillis
the pupil If parents lind their Gaitha Berry: Faye Chrwwell; m\mm, Hoy Yates.
children are not doing their work , Carrie Louise Cay ton; Ruby Dalev;
we will consider it a great favor if Matt Daniel; Lorn h.wcrtt; No real bad weather thi«, week.
Miss Nellie Handlin was here i jiave a 0f njce apples
from Stratford this week. stored at C. C. Reeds, prices ranging
from 50c to $1.50 per bushel. Call
and see them.
east W. B. Perrin.
See, Arthur Nield
We pay for the GUARANTEE
; why not you use it.
Farmers State Bank
GOLDEN GATE COFFEES
Have complete line of the Golden Gate CotVee?. guaranteed to give more satis-
faction than ar v other Coffee on this market.
OUR goods are now arriving. Will be glad to have each andx everyone make
us a visit when in town. VVe are going to sell at 'LIVE AM) LLT Ll\ E
price?. Our stock is not the largest by any means but we hope to increase
same as trade demands. We were late in getting started for that reason we
bought sparingly but hope to show a bigger Ifriem the commjf future.
Complete stock of farpous KIT/. < veraUs.
They are the big, rooon kind and the
kind you will went again.
jueen and W. L.
.uality Douglas Shoes
Have a new shipment
and you may buy these
well known lines for a
than you would pay for
an inferior quality.
Get My Prices on
Outing Flannels, Ginghams, no
fade Waisting. Are good don't
fail to see them you will tind
what you want in these Lines.
Hosiery for Men Ladies and
Children. Ladies vests and un-
ion Suits, Mens Overalls, Work
Shirts, Dress Shirts,Shoes, Hats
and Cups, boys Overalls and Cor-
duroy Pants. A Niee Line of
()ueensware and Notions of var-
We solicit a share of your trade. Thanfci*£ you in advance for your
patronage, we are ready to meet jkiu with f tyirt? welcome.
A. DENNY, Mgr.
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