Texhoma Argus. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1914 Page: 1 of 12
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TEXHOMA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY,
JANUARY 1, 1914.
MANY SURPRISED CANDI-
Were Astonished at Their
High Standing. Should Now
Go After Grand
The first standing of the candidates
published last week surprised every-
one; especially the candidates who
were not working very hard and had
taken little interest in the contest
found that thev had many more votes
to their credit than they had expected
and should now try for the grand
prize. You cannot expect your friends
to assist you if you do not show
some enthusiasm and ask for their as-
sistance. Readers do not care to de-
posit their votes unless they are posi-
tive you are in the race to stay and
subscribers in the rural districts have
remarked that thev were anxiously
awaiting for a candidate to call and
collect on their subscription or coupon
while many others are holding their
coupons to see who the live candidates
are before voting them.
It is to the interest of every candi-
date to make a thorough cavass and
not overlook any of your friends
this vicinity or in the far away states.
Many af your friends and relatives
who have moved to other parts would
be pleased to send in their subscrip-
tions if you would on Iv mention the
\ fact to them as they are still interested
in this community.
Each and every candidate should
make up their mind immedatelv to
take advantage of the exceptional vote
offer published last week. Do not
hesitate, start now. The extra vote
offer is yours if you only try. The
time is short, the reward is great, and
you cannot afford to wait another
minute. Early action and determin-
ed work are the producers of the
sought for and desired results. It is
up to you so get busy.
The Farmet's Union- Mercantile
Company has changed its naine to
The Mallett Mercantile Company,
unincorporated. The new firm is
composed of practically the same
stockholders and retains the same of-
ficers as- before.
NOTICE TO SUNDAY
The Officers of the Texas County
Sunday School Association have de-
cided to organize the county into five
Township Associations. There will
be.a meeting at Hooker, Texhoma,
Guymon, White Hall and Hartville,
Saturday, Jan. 10, 1914, for the pur-
pos of organizing the5e associations.
All schools are expected to be rep-
resented at one of these places and
join the Township nearest them.
I. A. LANGSTON, Pres.
MATTIE MARSHALL, Secy.
Mr. G. W. Cox and Miss Wini-
fred Ellis were maried early New
Year's Day at the home of the bride's
,btrents west of town, Rev., Barnes of-
ficiating. The bride is a charming
woman and well known in Texhoma
where she has many friends who wish
her happiness. Mr. Cox has been
connected in business with C. Kugle
for two years and has many friends
here. They will leave immediately
for Albuquerque N. M. where Mr.
Cox will enter business with W. H.
J. J. Dimmitt, President
Frank A. Sewell Vice President
Arthur Littell, Cashier
That we will endeavor during the coming
year 1914, as we have since the organizaton
of this bank, to devote our time, skill and
capital to promoting the welfare of the bank
and its customers.
in arrears on suscriptions to pay up—
don't put it off, but attend to it at once.
Readers have been paying us
for six years and have never received
a statement before, but we are now
sending statements to all. not only to
comply with the law, but we want
you to pay up and extend your sub-
scription 1 to 2 yenrs ahead tn order
that we maybe able to put in some
new machinery, You will get the
benefit of this new machinery as well
as ourselves, so send in your subscrp-
tions as soon as possible and ask your
neighbor to subscribe also.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
It is a law that a weekly newspaper
must not allow any subscriptions torun
over year without being paid for. The
law is being enforced and a number
of papers have been call ed to account
by the postal authorities.
This paper has a number of sub-
scribers who are a year or more in ar-
rears and quite a number who are near-
ly a year in arrears. Personally, we
would like to let every one pay when
convenient, but we have no option in
the matter, we either have to collect
the money or take the name of such
subscriber off our list. The penalty
for neglecting to do this is the
loss of the second class mailing privi-
lege and a fine of from $100 to $500.
So we ask every subscriber who is
Here is an opportunity to get four of
the leading papers in the country by
paying your subscription for two years
or more. If you have already paid for
one year to one of the candidates and
you pay for one more year you can
receive the following papers for two
years. This offer is good only while
the contest is running. Help some
worthy girl get a prize by paying for
two years, also be benefiting yourself
by receiving the papers.
THE FAMILY for 2§ years,
FLORAL LIFE M 2# "
AND 17,000 votes all for ? $2.00
Chas. J. Stilwell will leave for
Carrollton, Mo. for a short visit as
soon as he finishes invoicing for the
Kemp Lumber Company.
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Combined with Cour eous treatment
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That s our Policy
We offer our patrons the Strongest
Guarantee, courteous treatment and
safe and conservative banking
If you are not one of our patrons
come in and see us to-day
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Buckley, Joe L. Texhoma Argus. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1914, newspaper, January 1, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth352250/m1/1/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.