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5 CObli v'1 FARMERS' i 1 If ELOIN, OKLAHOMA, WfctoNE-lMY. JANUARY 12. I92I VOL. XI iV ..- -no.;.i IHAMrlU Bar BIB IBB aBBM aBBBBk BBBB BBaT BBB . BUB 3r. 41 Your Money iA STATE BANK Most men carry insurance, Tucy insure their live. their hooves and thrir household goods but now many, men fot to think it their money i- Insured If yotir money deposited in a s(e bmk it'. Injured bv the DEPOSITORS GUARANTY LA .V. Tni gives in-iir-ncc sgainsHoss fi""l '"' wind, rohtiery and dishonesty. For if a InnK sho ild fail from tlit;-e or a ly other cau-o. de positor would lie paid immediately .mil in full from the STATIC GUARANTY FUND. Put your money where it is insured. Open an ac count with us. Yon will know then that it is safe. "NO DEPOSITOR HAS EVER LOST A DOLLAR IN A STATE SANK IN OKLAHOMA." Bank Of Elgin A5ltDHINf Huokd On Lyceum. A card received Sunday 'rom Waldo Wettengel, w h is been virilnig relatives in western Illi poi during a three weeks' lay off ciosed by sickness, stand tint he would return to hi ftcliool wnrk in Chicago on Mon day of this week. He arao stated that he had received word from Elia Diy. brad f the Lvcrum Arts Con norvatorv which hi? is attending. Ilht Mr. Hi had hooked him tar the hrefam platiorntne.nt winter commencing in October hut did nut stnti his lelriliuw. JJhiiO weeks ago he hooked "hllrti foi a 'trip through eastern C in ia on the chant mqua plalfmm in.? coming summer. He has nboili "t wccict in mc tool vet b.'lorv Mtarting on his t'ust trip. School INote. S'choel opened Monday 'morn ing bet inning the last si'menler nft)2)2l 41I h! Illicit in "he high school Toom bejan to realise that thr-v will have lo( work diliirentlv in order to pass the examination next spring. Pressnt enrollment in high ftch,tn?l is 12. ,Lerny Dckunt. has made the best record in attendance The irr.imnvi'" renin report rpi'o'lment of 39 pupils. New pupils enrolled for last McmeHler in irriinmnr mom wee, Mirirnrite IH.'ks, Giaci Scott, and Honalon !htrlhilter. Knrotlinent in tin Interm'diite room on Dec. M was 30 Bnroll ment f',r Jn. lt siinws mi in crease of B pupils makinir n totnl of H. The new pupils emol'ed in the EfiMarv room are: Fern .Tones. com a Herndon and lOlilon Birk haller. Pupils enrolled he 'on Clirist Bias in primary room 38, at pres et! t 41 Elfin Won 3i to ?2 A ITinte of basket ball was plavedThnr-dav uiuht between Aoac'leand Bttfin at A'"Ch, the Klirin hnvt winninu 81 to 22 At the close of the first half the nenrf atond 17 to 4 in favor of Kl . gn "l'fore bmlnniiit' the sernnd naif Apache changed some of Iter players but the Klgin boys Ithiyed on thru It is reported tliat it Was an inter tttimriraine. asaaW"""" " '' ' To Th Public In General Wa hav ofnn4 a naw stora In Elgin Just atilh tha MMjtftlct an4 aitr 4eilra ! to TI?fAT YOU RIOHT Wa iMiy Chiakarw Cggat Hiai, and Purs a Frank Fullar, Propi T BJP is Insured M ? ci-iair. urLH- X RETOftT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Fletcher State Bank At Fletcher, fn the Stat of Oklahoma, at the clot of biMlneia Dec. 29. 1920 RESOURCES Loan and Discount 13 J, 7.18, 3 1 Ovardraf U, fecund and un cured '. 20.1.55 SceuritUi with UanklnR (ward 2,000.0-) Stocki, Bonda, Warranu, etc. lt.H7U.ll BunkltiL' Honte l.i5).W Purnltura and Fixture l,t6U.00f Due from Bank 82,1B9.K!! ChvckM und Otttur Cash Item 3,729.01 1 ill or Kxchiic 24,fil69 Mh hi Hank 0,271.94 Total u f 292.6S0.33 LIABILITIES Capital Stuck Paid In XIO.OOT.Od Surplua Fund 10,000.00 Undivided Profits, leas Kx- peiikUd and Taxu Paid ... 20,230.57 Individual Deptsiti Subject to Check 178.047 18 I'imu Certificates of Deposits 6e,6!X.00 Liabilities other than t'.ioso above stated, Collectloiu 1.816.53 TOTAL 29J, CUO. 33 State of Oklahoma, ) County of Comanche "a I, K. W. DllliiiK, Caihlor of the Imivu named Hank, do solcmly awear that the altova statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, so help me God. E. W. Dillint;, Cashier. W. T. Clark 1 D. W. Hoksii E. W. Dllllng Directors. Waill. g s.ric C S vVtllinifan I . l;ni..t have decided to quit fat mnii; and will probably move to M.ulow.so will xcll their personal proporty at the farm 4 1 2 miles noi th west of Klttin Thtirsd iy, Jin. 2), c n mencinif ut 1Q, o'clock, .They have for wale 7 head of horses and muhs, 18 head ol cuttle most of which are uood milk cow, 17 h'od of hot's, farm imr iuiplemi ntshotisehold trood-s 1MI bales of lfalfa hay, and a bout 100 heiiM. Time will ho irivcn on sums ov er J10 to Oct, 1 with 10 int. from d tie or 2 off for c.isli, S.E Moitlu-o'iiery the auctioned and B R. Stephen-, (he cleil;. Get details from those lirire, Zt colored bills primed at ih IUhamfion cflci. The Eluin Catholic church will Hcrve lunch ! in I't m Wuck Campbell J. II. "Buck" Cimpbell, editor of the Hirncl at Waiill0.nl, ah.l who 'Mh been preHtdcift of Hie OU'ahom- Pi ess Association and member of the state legislatttre for n number of yearn, haw Ihe folloivinif to s.iy .ihout countfy weeklies in a i ecent issue: ' "The weeKlv nettpapert .of this ootiutry are cominir into their own. The editois ask frfjw er rHvoi-. noii brinir more ihlo the store of com m n uood tHan at any time in the past. They ')o not ask eulogies nor do they re sent criticism. Thev are content to ho indued bv what they are and what they have at Complifch ed. Closest to the pe pic, neir est to their home lile, it holies and a-ptratious, the editors fol Meeuiv liewspupeis ot tins tine are the ial biiiudation of )itr ur CIHis- usin in Amcncn. The wcuklr p.i pern are ed .mil boycotted nnd threatened, hut it has unnc penkehtlly on workinir mil its on existence and doini.' that vthich it felt Was hct for the general ntibiic. There are a to of fellows staitd-' inn around re.idv to tilt the edi tor hov to run the piper, hut a a ueneiMl itilc they ar- men who hove made a failure of evcrvjhkiir i he v attempted in a business wiv. The kooiI tliii'gs a niirs p.iper does and the favors ex tended are -eliloni lieurd of, And the "think yoii's" arc miiihty rare. Uut the editor of the Weekly paper know he han the best p.-oplr with him and he drives straight ahead. AM of w'licli leids us to e ni.li U that Hit' WiitikomSft Man who endors an uutitutiort In tended pritnirily ti belpbiiaand his iovui and his I uaineHs is a- t!4in coidially iuvittd to prepare frr his f ill mid winter rejoin. The office door is wide Ouen ta ydu. There is ah od-shaKe and a welcome .for yon on.thn .ljiWi Ctiitie iti and let's ikal'Mr awhile jand se if it do(, not leave both of ti leelinu' much better. l)nrrowHayef). Kueeno Harrow of Ft. SHI and Miss Rosa Hayes nf near Elgin were united in marriage at 6 o'clock last Wednes day afternoon at llio Conxregstloal parsonace in Lawton, the pastor. Rev Willitm A. Roberta, officiating. They were attendnJ by Miss Ratka Hayaa, sister nf the bride. After the ceremony tba happy yoana; coustarepiired to the homo of .the bride's aister, Mr. P. R, Bonnett, ii n. 3rd sire-t, Lawton. where a three rourso luncheon was served. Tub brlda U the the daughUr of Mr. and Mrs. Thoi. II tyts who reside north went of Elgin. S'w has a large circle nf friends and is highly respected in tli community. Thn groom la a son of Mr. and Mr T. V Borrow of Rietel, Texas. Fur sonif time be has been ln the service at PL Sill and by his ac quaintances la ennsidored an energetic and upright young man. They will reside on a farm near Elgin belonging to the bride' father, sur rounded by fie but wiilie of a host of friend. J. ri. ' ook'a Sale. I, M.'BrooKs. who liven on the farm of'Mrs. Jennie IJoffer one and three fourths miles north eis( of Eluin, has dectdrd to move to Fletcher, mo will hold a public auction at the niace next Moutlav,.Jaii. 17, conmencintr ut 1 p in. He has for sate four head of hor-.es 14 head of cattle in which are some tfood milk cows, three of which were fresh a few Weeks ago, farming implement and many smaller articleitr Tune on sums over $10 will he given until Oct. I, next with 10 ve i"t, from datu or 2 off for cash 8 B. Montgomery in the auctioneer and B R. Stephens the clerk For particulars see the Urge, j-coiqred pill printed at thia otfee. Inpraailug. Til far'a cat ton crop. In Co waned cotmfy (a. Increasing coHMidarably yer laat year'n Jfogf. y P u Dec, SI therr were H,$f4 h ili-. ginned lain year in the u tiiiii an comnnrad with fjif bale fip to tkat date laii Car Returned. i Before the last invite of this paper was off the pres, a tele phone calL from Lawton st.ted that the car oi K. C Choen, which had been stolen the night be foiv, had been located in Law ton and three young fellows chat god with the crime were on der arrest, R, C. Richardson, son of "Uncle Tom," who is serving on the Lawton police force, found the car and the three men. On the eyoniiif before the theft, I. G. Hi'Xclrigg letitrned from Cyril on the evening train and aw the three men gel off here and as they had bcio us picioneil about Cyri, !'" at once tolg Asient BaKer to ' on his guard;so Biker-took a good look at J he fellows. Litei ii was learn ed tint the colored porter had put the three men off here Wednesday morning the lliiv. men were not to be found ami susuicion turned toward them at once. Mr. Chocns traCKcd the car from Ins Garage, eisl toward Fletcher and found where they turned arovnd. in the rojil; he then tracked them hack and moth past the farm nf Mrs. S, li Cremer af'er which tht irati wi hwt. He returned home in the evening and soon received the ca'll from Liwion.as the sheriff's nttce had been no'ificd in the morning and 100 postal cards were printed here und mailed out both ways on the 'noon (rains, Mr. Chocns and Agent Biker went to Lawton on the evening train, und, accompanied by the colored porter, went lo nee the prisoners who were positively i deotilied by both baker and the porter. Richardson was paid f2S00tf the reward for the re turn of car and will be fMid the other $25.09 nhonld tne men be convicled. Mexitrn. Cuoejis apd Baker then returned to Stain in the car and had it back in th garage here tiHess than 24 hour, after it was stolen. Later it has been learned that the three men arrested have been disch rued, the reason be,, ing given is I.ick of evidence. Dolly Yard tisCama And Conquered. A I.Tife audit: ice greeted the Dolly Vaid-os at the high school auditoriuin in Elgin last Thurs lav night and many were well pleued with the program A the mau.iger introduced each in turn it was discovered that the girl" represented four states namely, West Virginia Illinois, Missouri, am Arlt"M'a Their llrst selection was especially pleasing, hemg the Gipsy song which now in ho popular and the costumes worn aied much to the effect. The audience appear ed to appreciate all of the violin numbers. The ladv at the piano pluved well nd she also showed good control of her voice while singing in rich contralto tones. But the lady from "ARKAN SAS" wait considered by some lo be the .Mar performer. She reached her highest notes with ease and her voice remained clear throughout the entire even ing. The children will remember her negro .soiig about being in the need of prayer and some of them will be sure to be sing, it in their programs which they frequently render in some of the homes in Klgin. The readershowed much axill in the Impersonations which she gave, making it cuy for the aud ience to draw on the imagination and see the characters which --he represented) The play she give contained a good moral. The eyes of the ladies were del ght with the many changes of cos tume which all of the players wore thus helping to make the evening one of real pleasure, Birth. Mr. a aid Mra. J, M. Lndea are the narapts of a boy nern laat Wedltendayi 'They wan frat prim at the Chandler townanin fair last fall for largeat family wita 'eight children and now v .. .4 - 4 T e old Reliable now offering iMe tf tlftt ' ! Needs of 0venkoe$ and rk4ert ftr Ac wMt family: rubber boots far aei. Oftrailt, shirts, underwear, flotes, nitttBi. sacks. In groceries we have a fill stack sa I one has then for less. Yaa wH always f find us m line on all farts, refarlts tf the cost. Hifhest prices always paid tofradact. Yours anxious tt L.C. Coffin, Prop; 4--4-4-4- - - BiaAfrfv St ISC waaRgvASRSfJ SI Bank of Elfin or E'gln, Oklahoma, Dec. 39, 1M0. RESOURCES tyi'ins and discount.. ......H6,4M.M Ovei dra ft, secured and unscred 64. N 8-eiirlllM with banking board IM.W BonJf, Warrant and Liberty Bonds ....... ...CaVAf B.niMng House l,MtM dirnilura and FlxturMi.......l,M0.t Die from BaBka tM.M Check and other Caah Itama H.61 R 'l or xehatigj tnM 0..h!i in Bank Mi.t TOTAL lK,7!aVOT iiAUii rnarei .. Capital Stock paid in 10, MtaW Surplua Fund 1.70f.ft Undivided Profit, laaa Ex penses and Taxes paid..... .2,718.71 tndivld'l deposiU sub check 181.841.68 Tim Certificate of Deposit 13,75.11 Cailder' Checks Outstanding r,JJ6.03 TOTAL 180,716.37 8tal of Oklahoma, County of Coman- elm, ss: I, B. R Stephens, Cashier of tha above numed Bank, do solemnly awear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief so help me Ood. B. R. Stephens, Cashier. f T. Sammona ) C. T. Abell Director. B. U. Stephen J .. o Buck lo Elgin. Ed McAdamH and must of his force of men have returned lo El gin the pant weeg from Marlow where they sunk a hole 3,350 feet and found it drv all the way down. Mr, McAdams staled to local parties that there are xo.ne piospects for oil here but none where he wan near Marlow, Their luture plana were not learned. Want Lqcaion A man 'phoned here frem Cache Tuesday and wanted lo rent a residence for the purpose of drilling another well near El gin. Houses are verv scarce and two roomn was about ail that could be found for him. Sterling Won. In the basget ball Sterling lant Friday games at night the Sterling br.ys won by the score of S3 n 13 and the girls' game wa- a tie, 4 to 4, Elfin Jelephone Due Jan. 1 Far Ta. Flrat Qawttr f Ittl Fav im to tha secretary. H. P. Wl f 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 lfv V The Seascn - - 4- 1 " . i ; v Oh The Elgin Rottten, "it&, W. P. freeman and lamil" off route S left Tuesday for GMtt;. Ark. wheie they will eMe. -' i F. M. Roper. J. R. Stolts. aiU'i -V? J. M. Scott of rente Z held m tHta-1 lie sale at the G..ft KirMaitdb, farm Tuesday. Mn. Vtnp4tyi moving to Brentwood, ArK.'rr . ' J. L. Mc Ado) and II. IS H'V, " nev nl toute A mm a toint .imiIwvl' -h lie Male on Monday at thn' oi me iwraaer. Mr,MCAwiwi j family,art leaving for Cotnriida' lor the beneit of )ii hvajih. ,mi nsi mw .-M". ,.,' J I L. Klnka'ld nf Tribbcv Hn"' ited C.4Mi WntfWtt'n I arm on 4 ileS.mnd in moving ta nnftf, ''.! J rented ' route I.und in ntovtnai tntajfM, a ...! -. .. .?. !.-. . . . Kv; . ..".. ' .. .-Z aMtaj aars-. u w M iMtr.ttterltl - . . i K;; . .. . . 'n ri1twHreirnKle Taesdar :Hik learned an tie Tnendf r ;1 tm mrtf. II W aiWilM.. mnAfmt ont playing tyjil) tne el)lla) Nf the fawilv W-W.Wslwnan hmtranre new patrons n r.ml f hMaf moved Irnraj a UVl'lll ri. Mm. N-'Oillberif u m rw turned todgv from a visit with) .. ArML.HiuawtgiiurijiK lwl, relitlVes in Qiicitrq. ttr if ' difTc'rent points in Kansas, ' -- Mr. E. W. Allen f rente A tftaaW p d Thursday from Hhawnee whne anej.O attended the funeral of her afaier. ati . Janale Karl, who Med Jan. Z . "'" tarn Mentgaanri of ranta A Earnest of HaaHag went M Senday to attend the funeral Cbwd Montgomery who dtad morning; they retamad Tueadiy. i, H. Miller of rm" t wen OMaai ash IwJsy to a-.: hk wathar ' wW. pf Yv mi iBuwneffiuu. x Service Tmlt(tv '" Y Mason Wei'., the ffatxathM AaajM oflkar who has spent aVfiMffi ha 9m gave a vary at j qflraan tnnt try last Wednevdiy. nbrht. fhJ been del yarlM naw vert ermon at the Mtheet pM and will hold a meeting m fcj Fi)ftkfr aaiHwrnmnianni . fjft . a tantght, deaeaaag daaee. t Pram Rev; Law! t- A letter front Bint. Hft.' is at L?wtnn siaten rfcal .H, wMI ' preach near Ciaaent ejapnjUyaejl, come t VXit m thn. MP ).- train If it bt t-haii ,w to go to Sterling he, 74 in Wgin at night, " "-; llerrlaaal lata. ' .i " Tha darrL-k aft task M4s aAk. - . ,, ---. . . . t - 7i rTTT. n.i nnrth waator win tvNiiaaaiean' S ti tlKNMwaebavaaMitMajantjgna W . . : i Reitais r .,' r , 1 BaaaaaaV' V-i .- Lo, 4 fl -J 'i $k ' 1 V2 V AjlH tTl ifa V. ' b -1 o- . T1 jMc nine. ?&&" ' - . . .i Aito ti- ? oa- Of ' fGfX) , ii . Vv .Sl!r f r:a rjiT"f ir- -j'i fit IT-, i .ftr, -t -.jj ; v ,'V "'if A'