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Annua! stockholders' meeting Elgin Telephone Co. Saturday, May 6. Attend
KLG1N, OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1921
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Your Money is Insured
1 A STATE BANK
Mrst. men varry insurance, They insure t heir lives,
their houses and their hoiiM-hold goods, lint how m.iny
men stop to think il their inoncv i- insured.
If your money U deposited in ;i stale bank it's insured
bv l In- DEPOSITORS' (iUAU.VNTV LAW. This nivcs in-iir.
.nice -g.uil.l lo-s tmm fire wind, rubbery anil dishonest).
For if .i haute should fail from these .ir any other caii-es, de
positors would In- fiiiiil imineiliately .mil in lull from the
STATIC OUAFANI'Y FUND.
Put vour mime wlxre it is instiled. Open an ac
count uilli us You will know then that it i sale.
"NO DEPOSITOR MAS EVER LOST A DOLLAR IN A
STATE BANK IN OKLAHOMA."
Bank Of Elgin
TWO SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENTS -------------
I i The Old Reliable always J
MrlJuj anil Sut-irdn)- Night., April 290. nd 30th, I T
The Closing exercise of the Klg.n public schools will bcif UIVcS rUII YYeiiMU AllU JYieaSUFek
niven with two nights of cnlert .Ininent on Friday and Saturday
lights, Auril 2 1 and .H). In which nil fi ur rooms will tale part.
These will lie free .mil everybody Is cordi illy invitod to attend.
On the lost night tile gr.iuim u i ooin will Rive two short,
one art plat's entitled.' Examination D,y at Wood Hill School" and
We arc celling flour thifc Week frelh from th mill
jb.n nnr snaK i
iiv im i 'iii -i t.iiuiitni 1 4A i ill i M'i 1 1' mj i " m u wiMi iiMiuv.iiirwi ui "Tr " m mm fp m m k
'H.ng.ii'i Day at Hlniiisti-in'-". In connection with this will beiX T
riven a numbv-r ol soiu-n. recitations, etc. by pupils of one of the J Also corn menlt WC httd to Wnit to haVC it ground. X
nwvr ro.)ini F dlowi 11 is iriv o .i svii.iosi-. of the two oli vs. i u.u..i n !...... ii- I..-... t .. i il. .. I
Examination Day At Wood Hill School.
Eight males iind si fem ik chiti' vtei's Time I hour, Mi
Marks, the teachi-r, refuses to nil rrv a trustee, Who thi'eiteu- t
dichnj;' her. U'he examination met ides recitations and songs, .
and broils out many funny answers t iuesioiif. At the close
Kobeit Coleman, an old Incur, I'lainis the t.-.tclier.
Bnrrulu D.ly at B!j nilcln's. i
A F.ircical enter'alumuui in oiie i tfi 5 m iljs and 10 ft'
uidles with "itpers. Time, lh:Av minute. Tile characters and the
sititntioiis w bieh ailse troir llniii' eiideasui s to buy and sell make
apid-llie fun from start t.i finish. I
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ucu vunuor onin coc uox: ueana o iq. oci van a
Cnmp'h pumpkin 25c cant every thing else in same '
proportion. New line dry goods jttst irti including j
DRY GOODS, OVERALLS, UNDERWEAR
Fresh hrend all the time.
Highest pries paid for praduotf
Yours anxious to please,
A STATE BANK
iVri. Sarah A. Eads.
Mrs. Sarah A. Eads died at
It. r home in Eli! in .t7:40 o'clock
I'tiin sil.iv morniui;. aired 154 ears,
l moutlis, IT il iy-. Funeral ser
vices vie cuiiiIuc'imI in the
List Thin -day nijjht from a
bout 8 to 10 o'clmk a severe e
lecti ical storm iMled portions
of Western Oklahoma and the
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lUiHiimt,' i i,i Mies anu rnmne
Metliodil church .il 3:30 o'clock clouds could be seen plainly from
F ii'av allernoon by He v. W. T,
Co-t (Mstor ot the Bipti-t
cluircli, :isti-tcd by the pastor
Elgin thouiih thev were much
more vivid at Apaciie wheie e
scribe happeueil to bi at the
f tlie Me hndlst church atitime. All those who witnessed
F'l.tclu' , iiit-Tiu nl in tne E (,'m jit realized tin-re was a tenlble
ii-ineteiy. ! upheaval of the elements.
Shehad a stM.lw' of paralv-is, c,rh. Thursday morning the
on Easier Similar from which , u.-.j uklahom in sent a rcnoi ter
s'l." oanly .ecvuied but remain-1 , ., l)lr ,,,(IU. t0 Ki. n,.sl litli
idconiined to her home. Snej ,f)ini,lltion f,.n, tL. stricken
bill auollier seve e stroke on! CCUMU n,e severe part of the
Monday niuht belore her death )sll(.in .(tf(t for about !!0 min
imi! from tint nine continued juU!, .())1 wa( aC0lIlll ,,-,niml bv
t--nl; uiaduallv ui til the tnd j huMVV ,,, whjch ,t.str0VL.,
r,,,,u' crops and uarilens and broke out
S.irth Aire Knit man was Iimi n i man) window lights.
in Indiana Nov. cO, Ih.iu In
l8H!i s'ic 'tas marrlpd
i i A 1 1; i ns. is to .limes E.ids who
ilieii in 1915 T tins union were
On theseroiid uitflit the 1iij;!i school students will tfU'e a
play eniiileil, ' Farm" Folks"in Inu-aeis wlilch will be interspersed
with piodiiciions fiom oneof the lower roomsi Following) Kucn
the cast ol characters, synopsi. and acts.
Call Ot Character!.
Philip Hurlc'iy'i. From N -w York,
I).i)e Weston, A young farmer. i-
Amos Goodwin, Owner ot Silverlnonk farm
.IJijih Finn. A.Jack-Of-il1' liades
Thompson. Servant at Burleigh residence..
Flora Oood wm. "Only a country iil .. . .
L.C. Coffin, Prop, t
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
Mrs. Hurleigh. Philip's mother
, Uoy llooer
. Met ni tl Thtiina-
... Arthur Wetlenuel
, i . .i.Miss M.ie Ilatfle
Miss Kosi Mae Mooie
Mis Veiiiia Abi'iHt
Mi-s Mamie Stinnett
lev n lour cb. bl ren. .lames R who
w.,s Us! heaid of at 'lexarkiua,
Washita anil Kiowa counties
, were hit the h.inle.t anil at Oor
1 dell many windows were broken
out. iiicluiliug three fourths ol
those in the Washi'a count ,
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Ark Mrs. Maw.e Davis of Law-. .,, f , Conlol, sclj()()
t in. Clias. W. of near Elgin, and I j,,,,,,,
I'ltink, who tcsiilitl with his
mother. The ftmilv movetl from Not a drop of rain nor hail
Ai kill-as to Missouri in 1902 and stone fell in this county at the
from there to Klein, Old ihoma; time but there was considerable
have since, wind, winch, so far as learned.
in 1903, where they
Deceased had b'eii a "leniber
i'f the Advent church fm a mini
Icrofveais She was a kind
mill devnteil wife and mother .tut1
was highly re peeled bv all in
he communit). . hi- li va-
shown bv the jinge ituicoiirse
ff friends who ..Mended the
tlitl no damage.
Jul) work- done promptly.
Woulw.is received here the
lirsl of this week that Mr. anil
Mis, J. II. Willhiie are the ji,i
rents ol a boj .
1, (' Collin mid wife were in
Law ton lust Weduesdny calling
on their new grund-nn.ju-t horn ' :-... .-.
to Dr. and Mr. A. IJ Coflm
Grace Burleigh, his sister J.k
Sarah Goodwin, wife of Amos.....
Mrs. Ptasley. who never has a minute lo spate .Marguerite Hicks
Dilia Sloeuin. Hired girl at the f.Vm , ... Miss Minnie llerndoii
Florajlioodwln, a fa rttierCsfPu lighter, is eug.tgeil to Philip
litirl.'lgh, a young New Yorker. Philii.'s mother wants him to
in trry a society woman, ami bv lalsebood makes Flora believe
Philip doe." not love her, Dave Weston wail's Flora himself, helps
the deception by intercepting a Inter from Puilip to FI ira. She
agrees to marry l).ir, but on the eve of their marriage Dive con
fesses, Philip learns the truth and he and FI ir.i are reunited.
Act 1. The yard at S'lverbrook Farm, on an afternoon in August,
Act 2. Siime as Act 1, three day- l.iterr
r - . 7 Txrrrr.tx-Mjraaa-arH
They Aren't Chick
ens Any More.
Tlio latrf.1 conundrum )",
When Is a eliult-n not a chicken?
Th niisAfi is, When they .are
Kiiter-egfC. and why? He
tatise they ate "hai tbboiled and
It's a hlult'tianded iinri dls
graceful tiutuiKe to the leather
ed fltiik to even coin pure then,
with the ptiinted Iind Iiesiuc1(et
dolls of humauHy. Wliere-evcr
vo go- bu it to church, to par
ties or down the sireet.it ie
miiitlH us of ii iMircous Hullo
Wv''er patty. -Wly Wei' ' tre
of the feathered flock with her
lips mid cheek- pi-iuleil and be
dnubetl red and pink, with lift
eye-brows pulled out to n tiHi
row line and tln nmv.iei with
, Paint Isa line thjug when the
riKht It i ml is used and inoueily
hint llil.i.s ii lleallli.t IlllfriKt Hi r,er-'
llilli; Hint s KttUa nil Niilliittu i's
en ii m lili 1 : 1 1 I Kjenr Kilmer Har ami
lif.'v ii ri i.'Iiip Viitiu Mllu On' llii. I!ill.
Act U.--AI the Burleigh residence. New York City, One month ' lr Were II not fur Hie Volunteer
has elapsed. I (ti .nni tin- I'liia-r wmilil mi- lie S.)
,M-i ..!i.-i ii-. neres tn jiiii, na
I ,er Inun liux ii lii.nil )e .Snilit 'll01l,L., o btlildlllg-. Alltl tlltf
... ..-I .... .. 11.. .1.1.. I..ll.ii. II. I'. ..Ma.. !..' . .
(Ills 1'inlt so miiclt sweeter wueo
nealh dro-si'd anil clean, pt)i-
ill iilitll. powdet wouldn't hurl.
Act 4. Back at the farm, a f v days afterward.
Time of playing! Two hoilrs and a half,
GEORGE M. MALVERN
Oil Lands. Leases. And Royalties
Leases near drilling weHs
Farm Lands, Loans And Inauranot
PYiv.it e money to I uin tl fariiia
,1 A'. Wtlf lias put chased lilt'
i evidence from J. W. Coiilptou
forilleilt oiCupied by E, Stone.
Preaching llrst Sunday in each
month at 11 ii, uii and H p. m.
Sumlay school every Sunil.iv ut
10 a. in. evcrbodv invited lo attend.
0 v? O O Hi 0J O O O .i O & O &
& Coal Co.
Has just received
a shipment of
Alfalfa Seed and Sweet Clover
PUREBRED DUROCS j
We have sold out our supply of Unrocs at present, I ho
We have Mime that aren't Weaned yet anil wi 1 be teaily lor
di beet y about July.
If intfiestcd in Durocs call at t1 e farm and look over
otii slock hogs, we are always glad to show them. .
VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS
Change of program each night
At Casey's Theatre
Henry W, Hnsenbeek.
tf; '.$ ti & O i 5 1 f 0
Leader, Miss Velma Abbott,
Pra.ei-II. P, yVetlengel.
Duet, llael Choens A Francis
Kec, Frances Uranilon,
Piano solo-Mrs E. M.Clark.
Heading, Miss He it ha Dillberg.
Duet, Mr, and Mrs, C, 0. Cof
fin. Keading, Mrs, II, P. Kosacker.
Trio, Accompanist, Miss Mae
Heading, Oatua Uirtou,
I CITY BARSER SHOP
; Have Installed Clettniiig and Pressing Paraphernalia,
il Sell Straus Bros. Master Tailored Clot host
:; rSuw spring styles are in: come in anil s :c them
PKICHS TO SUIT CONDITIONS
ii C. M. Stackhouse, Prop.
HiM'. A P. Price, new pastor of
M. E church, wiites that he ex
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row evening from Sulphur, Sol -4''vv,.
services are announced for here
next Sundav moi nlng and even
ing afler which lie can plain his 1
Hev. Price has bren in evangesjl
Itstic wotic lor a uumiierot years
and just recently closed a revi
val meeting at Ilinton. In a let
ter from Hev. Simpson, pastor of
the Ilinton Methodi-t chnrcli. he
speaks very highly of him.
Some people in this community,
who have heard him in revivM
services, say lie will be ii good
man to build up the woik bore,
Ice 1(10 lbs. $1.00: less amount 1 l-4c lb. j
14 lbs. beans $1.00
15 Ib3. rice 1.00
10 lbs. stigur 1 00
4 cans sordines 25c
4 cans mllU 2pc
Ootid coffee lb.
Qooil Com 2 for
Uood stiltoon 3 for
A boxes mntchtft
TRY flE ONCK
Frank Fuller, Proprietor
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