Texhoma Argus. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1911 Page: 3 of 10
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Mi?s Pheobe Shull Route 1, Texhoma Okla. 2,500
Miss Louise Norton Texhoma Okla.
Miss Mary Hayworth Texhoma Okla.
Miss Nellie Campbell Dee Okla.
Miss Myrtle Stewart Ochiltree Texas.
Miss Mollie Eslinger, Ralley.Okla.
Miss Mima Ellis. Texhoma, Okla.
Miss Eura Hayworth,. Texhoma, Okla.
Joe L. Buckley, Editor
Published Every Thursday
")ne Year - - - - - $1.00
iix Months ----- .50
Three Months ----- .25
Entered as second class mail matter
January 25, 1908 at the post office
at Texhoma, Oklahoma, under the
act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
R. S. Pottinger of Mareila was at.
tending to business in Texhoma
33 CARS OF CATTLE.
Mr. R. S. Thompson received 33
cars cf cattle fiom Fucumcari New
Mexico Wednesday and unloaded
them here and drove them out to the
Thompson and Goff ranch.
District Judge....R. H. Loofbourrow
County Judge W. C. Crow
County Att'y John L. Gleason
Cl'k. Dist. Court H. C. Parcells
County Clerk..... A. F. Burch
County Treasurer W. R. D. Smith
Reg. of Deeds J. C. Williamson
Sneriff David H. Chenault
County Supt...., Nettie B. Lynch
County Surveyor Hugh E. James
County Coroner Dr. Angle
County Weigher W. M. Goodnight
Com. 1st. Dist A1 Lawder
Com. 2nd. Dist B. M. Ballinger
(,om. 3rd. Dist Thos. W. Clayton
M. E. Church
Peraching every second and fourth
Sunday in each month at 11, a. m.
and 7,30 p. m.
Rev, R. A. Crosby, Pastorr
Sunday School every Sunday at 10
o'clock a. m. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday night at 7:30.
You are invited to attend.
STATE LAND FOR LEASE
Applications will be accapted for a
three years lease on any vacant lands
belonging to the State of Oklahoma.
For further information and applica-
tion blanks write to,
Jno. R. Williams, Secv.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
DENIES TrtE CHARGE.
Buttermilk Johnson says, the stat-^
ment that recently appeared in the
Daily Ok'ahotran that he did not!
favor the "Good roads proposition •
for the Panhandle for the reason that:
it did not rain enough here to make
them bad, is a mistake and a slam on
the Panhandle, and denies the state-
MRS. S. h. VAUGHAN ENTlRI AIMS
The home of Mr. and Mrs S. H.
Vaughan was open on Wednesday
afternoon from two until five to
few friends whom they entertained
most charmingly in their genuine
southern hospitable way.
The crispness of the snowy itmos-
pere on the outside only caused the
blaze from the gates to add cheer
and comfort to the rooms. The
weather being ideal for games, the
the playing of \42" and whist was
spirited and interesting during which
grape juice was served. The enjoy-
mentof the occaion was heigntened
by the presence of Mr. Vaughan who
in hi> jovial way entered into the ga-
mes with his usual interest. Covers
were laid for twelve on a prettily set
table wit l a centre piece of fruit. A
delicious menu, as only Mrs. Va ugh-
an knows how to prepare, was de-
lightfully served. The graciousness
of the welceme in this home has
a charm all its own. Those present
were: Medames J. J. Dimmit, J. S.
Short, A. Y. Ingram, Frank Sewell,
Arthur Littell, W. H. Miles, R. D.
Stratton, Wilson, W. E. Benson, W.
C, Terry, T. F. Branstetter and Miss
Mrs. Richard C. Mason
Died of Heart Failure
Mrs. Richard C. Mason, age 81
years, died suddenly of heart failure
Thursday afternoon, Nov. 2nd, at the
home of her son C. O. Mason. She
was born in Shelby connty Ky; in
1830. Friday she was shipped to
Shelbyville Ky. for burial, accompa-
nied by C. O. Mason.
The legislature of New York is
preppasing to pass a law requiring the
city of New York to pay its women
teachers the same salery as its men
DIAMOND EDGE, "it QUALITY PLEDGE
We handle a full line of the famous Diamond
Edge Tools and Cutlery fully gauranteed. If
there is anything you need in builders Hardware,
Harness, Paint, Implements, Well Supplies Stoves
or Enamelware, call and see us for if quality is
what you want, we have it. We earnestly solic-
it your valued patronage.
Foster Hardware Co.
ALL BUILDING MATERIAL
And the TEXAS FREIGHT RATE.
We have them, and carry thelargest, best as-
sorted and highest graded stock of any Lumber
yard in this part of the Southwest, In fact
we can fill your order for a cottage or mansion
on the spot. All hart 5x5 3o feet long for wind-
mill towers, Granary and Barn material a spec-
ialty. You do not have to come back the sec-
ond time on account of oyr not having the goods.
And we are fully prepared to take care of the
trade in the adjacent counties of the five neigh-
boring states of Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado,
Kansas and New Mexico, which we cordially
Call on us before placing your orders; the
Texas Freight Rate suggests correct prices; if
it is in the Building Code we have it "cheaper/'
Galbraith-Foxworth Lumber Co.
Texas Side Texhoma, Ok|a.
Keeps a Complete Stock of
Fresh Staple and Fancy Groc-
eries, Flour, Meal, Cured
Meats and Lard.
Highest Price Paid for Coun-
try Produce. 'Will Appreciate
Second door north
of the Sanford Hotel.
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Buckley, Joe L. Texhoma Argus. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1911, newspaper, November 2, 1911; Texhoma, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth352795/m1/3/: accessed April 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.