1920 - Alva's Commercial Club Is Doing Things...
[taken from Renfrew's Record, Friday, December 3, 1920, Alva, Woods Co., Okla., Frontpage.] -- Commercial Club Is Doing Things - Weatherford Comes To Alva For Ideas -- The other towns throughout Oklahoma are watching the progress of Alva is idicated in the following letter to Secretary L. W. Moore:
Weatherford, Okla., Nov. 27, 1920 --
L. W. Moore, Alva, OKla.
Dear Sir: I read in the Renfrew's Record that Alva is going to have the "One Day Per Month BArgain Day." Would you be so kind as to write me something of the plan that I might study the proposition for our town. I feel quite sure that you are the one that is putting this thing
I read a great deal of the progress that Alva is making and I am sure that you won't find a town in te state that is doing more, for its size than Alva.
Thanking you in advance for any information that you may give me. I am, Respectfully, O. J. Fisk, Cashier.
Who can blame the farmer for resenting the fact that everybody is permitted to fix the price of his product except the farmer? If the farmer should decide to go on a strike next spring, there could be no legitimate reason for blaming him. But our guess is that the farmer will continue to do business at the same old stand and carrying other fellow's burden in the same
old way. It's a way the farmer has.
The man who wrote the Kansas City Star's apple editorial must have confined himself to apples grown in Kansas, as he failed to mention the queen of all eatin' apple, "The Stark's Delicious," a native of Old Missouri.
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