McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 48, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 10, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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C. G. Moody, of 8an Antonio, Tex.,
arrived in the city yesterday and it
the guest of hie aieter, Mra. W. B.
Mra. Clem Watera, of Boaaton, Ark,,
arrived in the city yesterday for a
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Lightsey.
WANTED — Stave halt makers.
Will pay 13.00 per cord, rood timber.
-Dr. T. J. BLACKMAN. IdabeL Ok-
Chester Hagan, of Co. B, Camp
Stanley, was visiting his brother, Bry-
an Hagan, and family of this city,;
Saturday.—Broken Bow News
|P. R. Warren, of Pollard, was here
Dr. Hines, of Broken Bow, was in
►ANTED—Clean rags at this of-
B. F. Campbell returned yesterday
tom a short visit in Paris, Texas,
r Dr. H. H. Wynne, of Oklahoma City,
fas here this week on business.
J Miss Edna Smith, of Valliant, was
Visiting here Thursday.
[ Miss Nela Thompson, of Valliant,
risited friends here Tuesday.
OLD PAPERS—For sale at this
Clifford Hill, of Broken Bow, was
i the city Wednesday.
A. P. Conk, of Bokhome, was n
Visitor to this city Thursday.
Judge T. C. Humphry, of Hugo, was
*re Thursday on legal business.
WANTED—Clean rags af this of-
lim Miller, of Millerten, was here
Dr. R. B. Oliver, of Bokhoma, was a
[visitor to this city- Thursday.
Dan Holman, of Garvin, was in the
WANTED—Clean rags at the Ga-
Hon. R. A.tEnnis, of Haworth, was a
risitor to Idabel yesterday.
Victor Fibre Rugs, 9x12 feet. $10
left.—Harrison’s Racket Store.
Ever Ready Flashlights, bulbs and
itteries.—Harrison’s Racket Store.
John A. Braswell was in Valliant
|yesterday on business.
Foot rest hose, for men, women and
Ichildren. Stylish and durable.—Har-
|rison’s Racket Store.
Attorney J. L. Anderson, of Bro-
Iken Bow, was a visitor to this city
Mrs. Aydelotte has returned to her
home in Foreman, Ark., after a visit
with Mrs. Lena White, in this city. ,
Mrs. Robert Clifton, of Valliant, is j son’s Racket Store,
visiting Mrs. Una White, in this city | J. T. Palmer, of Golden, was a
this week. ! pleasant caller at the Gazette office
Mrs. A. W. Clarkson, of Valliant, j yesterday and while here subscribed
was a business visitor to this city | for the Gazette.
Wednesday. | FOR SALE-The beautiful home of
Miss Ruth Adams has returned to C. L. Ellers. Leaving town and
Ardmore, after a visit with friends wishes to sell at once. See Mrs. C. L.
Mr. and Mrs. McCIimmons and
two grandchildren, of Sulphur
Springs, Texas, are visiting their sod,
John T. McCIimmons and wife, near
J. F. Adair, of Straits, was in the
city Thursday and like all good farm-
ers subscribed for the Gazette. Mr.
Adair is a son of Judge Adair, form-
erly of Haworth.
Editor John Duran, of Broken Bow,
was here yesterday enroute, to Hugo
to meet his wife, who has been visit-
ing with relatives in the western part
of the state.
Mrs. Charlie Powell and J. H. Prat-
] or have returned to their home at
Miss Fay Strawn is here this week Queen City, Texas, after a pleasant
visiting her cousins, Misses Lillie visit with their brother and sister,
Wright—Valliant Mr. and Mrs. Clark Clements, in this
m_______ C. L. Ellers has accepted a position
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Matt with the Federal Reserve Bulk at
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Earl spent the
Watson east of town.—Valliant Tri
Mrs. C. V. Johnson, of Beaumont,
Texas, has returned to her home aft-
er a visit with her sister, Mrs. L P.
Tyree, in this city.
Mrs. Volley Williams has gone to
Lawton, where she will join her hus-
band, who is in the National Army
;*t that place.
Charles Moorehead has resigned his
position with the McKay Drug Store
and accepted a similar position with
the Williams Drug Store in this city.
Mrs. C. A. Baxter and Mrs. John
C. Head and little son, John C. Jr.,
have returned home from a visit to
Miss Mary Williams has accepted
a position with the Gazette office and
will have charge of the collecting de-
partment of this paper.
Uncle Ed Harris, of Pleasant Hill,
was in the city Thursday. Uncle Ed
,was * Murray man for governor but
. ie highly pleased with Robertson..
Mrs. H. P. Hosey and daughter,
Mrs. F. E. Croft, left Thursday for a
visit of several days to Hot Springs,
Beds, Dressers, Buffets, Dining Ta-
bles and Chairs in waxed oak. The
newest finish in furniture.—Harri-
in this city.
Miss Ruth Bledsoe was the guest
of Miss Grace Sherrill at Broken
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Coker and
baby, of Hugo, are visiting the family
of Hose C. Perkins, in this city.
W. H. (Buck) Thompson, of Texar-
kana, a former Idabel citizen, was in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. G. W. Jackson, of Shamrock,
Oklahoma, is visiting with friends in
ft. Mrs. Frank Ruthford, of Petty,
Texas, is in the city visiting her
brother, J. B. Kuykendall.
FOR SALE—Good young mule, will
sell on time with good note. Call at
Ellers, Idabel, Oklahoma.
Miss Myrtle Tabb, saleslady at the
Grand Leader, returned Thursdry aft-
ernoon from a visit of three weeks
with her parents at Mount Pleasant,
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Clark received
a card Sunday from their son, Frank
H. Clark, Jr., stating that he had
landed safely in France.—Broken Bow
Kansas City. Mr. Ellers made the
drive for the W. S. S. campaign here
last month and put McCurtain County
over the top.
Cards to friends in this city an-
nounce the safe arrival of Henry W.
Robinson in France. Robinson was
formerily a Frisco brakeman and
was trained at Camp Bowie, Fort
Constipation is the starting point
for many serious diseases. To be
healthy, keep the bowels active and
regular. Herbine will remove all ac-
cumulations in the bowels and put the
system in prime condition. Price 50c.
Sold by ALL DRUGGISTS.
WANTED—Two good.large fam-
ilies to pick cotton. Good houses and
plenty of food for stock and good
pasture. Three miles this side of Al-
bion Ferry on Red River. See or
write C. W. TAYLOR, Garvin, Okla-
When the baby is suffering the dou-
ble affliction of hot weather and bow-
el disorders, the remedy needed is
McGee’s Baby Elixir. It reduces the
feverish condition, corrects the stom-
ach and checks looseness of the bow-
els. Price 25c and 50c per bottle.
Sold by ALL DRUGGISTS.
Hon. Jas. R. Knight, of Ida, passed
through Monday enroute to Memphis,
Tenn., in answer to a message an-
nouncing the serious illness of his
sister, who is suffering from a stroke
of paralysis. We hope that he will
find her improved on his arrival
If you sit in a cool draft when you
are heated and get a stiff neck or lame
back, you will be looking for some-
thing that will ease.the pain. Fix
your mind on Ballard’s Snow Lini-
ment and don’t be talked out of it be-
cause it is the best pain relieving lin-
iment you can get anywhere. Price
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold
by ALL DRUGGISTS.
R. L. Benningfield, one of the good
substantial citizens of Glover, was in
are receiving by every ex-
press new Fall Merchandise
—New Dresses, Suits, Coats and
New Dress Goods and Waists.
New Shoes in the popular styles and
Come in every day and look the
new things over.
Gazette office for particulars. 4t-46. j mataha County in the recent primary.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Moreland were He is a brother of Mrs. W. J. Old, of
in Paris, Texas, a few days this i this city,
Mrs. ^ ~ -J L!,J-----1
FOR SALE—Two good milch cows, the city Thursday and subscribed for
one with young calf and one milking the best paper in the county—the Ga-
without calf, be fresh in fall. See D. -- - ......
E. Whitehead, Holly Creek, Oklaho-
W. E. Leslie, of Antlers, was nom-
inated as County Treasurer of Push-
C. E. Baxter and children re- ■ hot outers
turned Thursday from a visit to the1 proves'Its'Tvorth as sf stomach, liver
When there is hard work to do in
weather Prickly Ash Bitters
western part of the state. _ ________
Miss Lizzie Bowden has returned ‘ stand the heat better and are less fa-
and bowel purifier. Those who use it
Mr. and Mrs. Rice R. Gore and lit-
tle daughter, Louise, and Mrs. H. M.
Kirkpatrick and daughter left Thurs-
day for Snyder, Oklahoma, where they
■ f~'— “■ '-xu.u.jr—uie U«- will visit the family of Dr. Greer,
zette. Mr. Benningfield brought the j They made the trip in Mrs. Kirkpat-
election returns down from Glover' rick’s car.
and he informed us that Glover went j Don’t 8Ufrer the misery of indiges-
for Robertson for governor. Good
tion when you can get relief from
judgment those people displayed. Prickly Ash Bitters. It eases pain and
When your bram is dull and you drives out badly digested food. One
erty on North Main street where they
are now getting in shape to become
full-fledged citizens of this city.—Bro-
ken Bow News.
Broken Bow is to be congratulated
in securing this excellent family as
citizens of their town.
dose does the work. Try it. Price
$1.25 per bottle.—STROUD DRUG
COMPANY, Special Agents.
to Hope, Ark., after a visit with her> tigued at night. Price $1.25 per l|,c wsw mu oraces ute DOd
sister, Mrs. Ambrose Phillips, in this, bottle.—STROUD DRUG COMPANY $li5 per bottle.—STROUD
. Special Agents.
cannot hold your own in a test of wit
among your fellows, it means your
liver is torpid and your stomach and
bowels full of bilious impurities. To
brighten up your mental faculties and ‘
make you -feel right. Prickly Ash Bit-! _
tors is the remedy you need. It clears j One dark brown mare mule, brand-
tlw brain and braces the body. Price ; ed w T on left shoulder and on right
DRUG j j,jpi about an inch split in one ear,
weight between 900 and 975 pounds,
from my place at Foreman, Ark., on
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
I have on display the Ford Model T One
Ton Truck which is really the necessity of
fanner, manufacturer, contractor and mer-
chant. It has all the strong features of the
Ford car made bigger and stronger. It has
the powerful worm drive, extra large emer-
gency brakes acting on both rear wheels and
controlled by hand lever, 124 inch wheelbase
yet turns in a 46 foot circle, and has been
most thoroughly tested. I know it is ab-
solutely dependable. I advise giving your
order without delay that you may be sup-
plied as soon as possible. The demand is
large and orders are filled in rotation. Leave
your order today.
W. A. LOFTIN, Idabel Oklahoma.
COMPANY, Special Agents.
Jack C. Ames, of Kullitpklo, who is
at home on a furlough, was in the
city yesterday and called in to give
the Gazette a good word of cheer. He
is in Company 77, 20 Bn. 165 Depot
Brigade, Camp Travis, San Antonio,
Texas. He says the boys from this
county are well pleased and are being
treated nice. Have plenty to eat and
getting in fine trim for fighting.
When you yawn a good deal in the
daytime, feel dull, achey and want to
stretch frequently it is an unmistak-
able symptom of malaria, and unless
you do something at once you are
booked for a spell of chills. Herbine
is a chill medicine that will prevent
or cure the disease. It drives out the
impurities on which the malarial germ
thrives, strengthens the liver and
cleaasese the bowels. Price 50c. Sold
by ALL DRUGGISTS.
T. J. Stevens, of Ladonia, Texas, is
here visiting his son, Wade Stevens.
Mr. Stevens is 83 yean of age, yet he
is very active. He informs us the
crops are burned up in his county and
the pastures are giving away very
fast. We should be thankful hen in
McCurtain County. While our crops
an badly damaged we will be able to
feed ourselves. -
Surgeons agree that in cases of
Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the
Fint Treatment is most important.
When an efficient antiseptic is ap-
plied promptly, then is no danger of
infection and the wound begins to heal
at once. For use on man or t.
Boro zone is the Ideal Antiseptic and
Healing Agent Buy it now and be
ready for an emergency. Price 28c,
50c |14« and $1.50
CAUGHT WITH 21 QUARTS
The News learns that last Sunday
Enos Lyons, of Annona, arrested Enos
O’Shea, who had 21 quarts of liquor.
O’Shea lives in tti.
river from Bryarly ferry, and is said
to be a mixture of negro and Indian.
He is in jail.—Red River County
News, Clarksville, Texas.
here within the next few days to join
Mr. Bollinger in again making Idabel
their home, Mr. Bollinger having ac-
cepted a position with the First State
Bank as bookkeeper. These excellent
people moved to McAJester about six
months ago from this city and their
many friends are glad to have them
as citizens again.
j August 1st, 1918. I will pay
ward of $5.00 for the mule.
J. M. MARSHALL.
LONG SEPARATED BROTHERS
HAD PLEASANT MEETING
B. F. Campbell, cotton buyer in
Idabel, made a business trip to Paris,
Texas, this week, and while there had
an unexpected experience. He had a
brother living in Texas, near Paris,
whom he hadn’t seen for 28 years.
By chance the two men met in the
Texas city. The meeting was a pleas-
ant one to each of the brothers, and
Mr. Campbell gladly recites incidents
of the reunion.
MOVING BACK TO IDABEL.
C. E. Bollinger arrived in the city
Thursday from McAlester. Mrs. Bol-
linger and baby are visiting her par-
ents at Swifton, Ark., and will arrive1
New House, 24x28.
To be moved from
the lot now occu-
pied. See L. G.
Herron or phone 97.
In today’s Gazette wa publish the
tabulated returns of the election in
this county. In our report Wednesday
it looked very much likt Randolph
had defeated Post for Tax Assessor,
but complete returns give Mr. Past
46 majority. Read carefully and It
will show you how each township
AMERICA FOR ME.
MOVING TO BROKEN BOW FROM
Mr. and Mra. B. Herstein moved to
Broken Bow last Sunday from Val-
liant, where they have resided for tho
past several years. Mr. Herstein is
president of the Bank of McCurtain
______ County, which will open its doors for
Sold by*at.t! business within the next few days.
I They have purchased the Dalton prop-
Teurs is a lovely town, the beet for any miles around,
And Paris is more beautiful, though she’s about to tumble
It sounds sweet to ipeok of London, also of beautiful
But when it comes to living, there is na place like home.
1 know that Europe’s wonderful, yet something seems to
The past is too much with her, and the people are looking
But the dory of the present is to make the future free.
We love our land for what she is and what aha used to be.
Ob, it’s home again, and home again, America for me!
1 want a ship Westward bound to plow the deep blue sea;
To the blessed land of room enough beyond the ocean hers,
Where the air is full of sunlight and the flag is full of
HENRY L. ADDINGTON—Somawhere in France.
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