McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 48, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 10, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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NEXT CAU WILL EXHAUST
ALL CLASS 1 REGISTRANTS.
Oklahoma’s Quota for Immediate
earning New Draft
TIT-Szm fUy „c!,rk8(st:RV ‘CE UNDER THE AMERICAN, First pub. July 17*
Md city authorities will be called up-1 RED CROSS, but also for i
on by the President to assist local PEACE SERVICE OF THE GREAT.UKU"*< AN I
Out August 17
on by the President to assist local PEACE SERVICE OF THE GREAT. I • CITATION,
boards in providing suitable places for EST IMPORTANCE n tbe ,m»tter of the estate of Jim
registration and to obtain the co-op* Hospitala and Schools of Nursing
eration of the proper election of com-! Need:
missioners and custodians or officers An ample student-nursing service,
in charge of election machinery and composed of well-educated, high-prin-
public buildings. When voting booths! cipled, capable and devoted young notified that "James
are available, arrangements should be! women who are in training to be- n—
Calls for 130,207 draft registrants
qualified for general military service
to join the colors before the end of
August were issued this week by the
Provost Marshal General.
One hundred thousand white regis-
trants from forty-three States are or-
dered entrained between August 26
and August 30. Twenty-one States
and the District of Columbia are di-
rected to furnish 30,207 negro regis-
trants, to entrain August 22-24.
These orders bring the number of
men called out in August to about
300,000, the number contemplated in
the present military program.
Oklahoma will be required to fur-
nish 7,000 of the total, sometime be-
tween the 26th and 31st days of Au-
gust. The Local Board of McCurtain
County will issue a call for 105 men
to be sent to Camp Pike, Arkansas.
This call will take all of the men in
Class One who were registered in the
old registration of 1917 and about one-!
122—Wilber W. Loftin, Idabel.
66—Silas N. Tibbs, Smithville.
1398—Edgar Wm. Cain, Harris.
1612—Henry Cecil Garner, Golden.
The names appearing this week are
opposite their serial number. A list
of the 1918 registrants wjjl be fur-
nished by the board within a few
days. It is the purpose of the board
to give the matter wide publicity that
the men called will have sufficient
time to get their business affairs in
shape so that they may readily an
swer the call.
Exemption boards have received in-
structions from the supervision of se-
lective service in Oklahoma, to pre-
pare for conducting “the registration
in accordance with the draft mea-
sure now pending before Congress,"
and ail local boards will be expected
to follow the instructions of Provost
i Marshal General E. H. Crowder in
half of the men who were registered |refrister!n* the men t0 be included in
in the new registration of 1918. |the new draft ages' whatever the-v
In connection with this call the Lo- n,ay **' !t is evident' however, that
cal Board has caused to be issued the \the a?! ,imits wiU ** fixed at from
following: ; t0
“The attached is a list of the men i As a matter of general information
who will be called between those dates we herewith give extracts from Gen-
and who are now in Class One and oral Crowder’s telegram:
----oisvisiu "ssw are m training to oe-
made for their use, together with such , come expert, skilled, competent nurses
equipment as is usually supplied for J Ail Hospitals and Schools of Nurs-
use in registering voters. Where the »ig must select from these their su-
customary voting places are in pri- j perintendents and assistants, super-
vate buildings proprietors should be j v‘sors or head nurses, and principals,
requested to afford assistance to lo-1 instructors and lecturers,
cal authorities by permitting the use j Public Health NufWng Needs in Large
of such places for the purpose of reg- Numbers, Well Qualified Nurses
istration. for the Following WeN Defined
Date Will Be Announced. I ** W?k: ,
“The President's proclamation will!. Be8id* care of the #ick in their
be issued upon the passage of the act I !?*S’ ....
- - — 1 Care of babies and prenatal instruc-
tion of mothers.
Supervision of health of school chil-
Instruction and care of tuberculosis
patients in their homes.
Nursing and welfare Work in in-
Mental hygiene work.
Hospital social service.
In all these fields there is an in-
creasing demand for administrators,
of Congress which will fix the date
of registration, and the Adjutant Gen-
eral or draft executor of each State
will be furnished in advance with nec-
essary blanks and forms to conduct
It is requested that in each city of
30,000 population or over having more
than one local board and in each coun-
ty or similar subdivision having more
than one local board within their re
.. ................. creasing demand ror administrators,
J * central r**i8-! supervisors and teachers. These posts
at.on committee be appointed from j call for women of superior ability and
and by the members of such boards:high educational qualifications,
whose duty it will be to co-ordinate '
and supervise generally all prepara- j *
tions for such registrations and di-j NQTICE—W. O. W.
rect the activities looking toward a 1 -
Expect Law to Pass.
is confidently expected
complete registration. This central
registration committee or local boards
where there is no central registra-
tion committee, should obtain the co-
operation of the political organiza-
tions, County and City Councils of
National Defense, committees on pub-
lic safety and similar agencies with-
A special meeting was called by the
C. C. for Monday night at 8 p. m.,
August 12. Business of importance,
.•■id a good attendance is desired.
You are urged to be present.
J. T. ALLEN, Clerk.
----v .iiniia, agencies with-1--
“•'■•LAS * GULF
' The Adjutast General or draft ex-! RAILROAD COMPANY
that! ecuGve 'n each State, acting under
legislation extending the present draft j*hedl^“tlo'J of the Governor, win;. Ashdown «.<- .
ages will be enacted by Congress. At \ ™ h, **lect a 'ka“man of,on* of; Arrive Nashville ”.'l'o:45 a.’
who were registered in the old regis-
tration of 1917. Any person called
in this call, and who fail to appear
on the date named—which date will
be given in a notice as soon as the this time it can not be stated with .....'""rus lo ana select Arrive Tokio
date is definitely fixed by the Adju- exactness what ages will he subject to \central committee and direct such | Arrive Pre«cott.........4-25 n'
tant General—will be reported to the draft, but it is safe to assume that a |",a"'rnan to eal1 together all local j Arrive Murfreesboro”"'ll-45 a
Adjutant General as deserters, and large number of men will be required ! ™ards Wlth,n such city or county for I Arrive Shawmut....””„ 1:00 n.
will be so dealt with accord in if tn MMriafa* «■ *.u« ___•_ ‘ purpose of selecting « nontvoi Arrive Amity 1*45 p
“bic mil cnaticu V,UI1)(IC39. ,*U | , v»
this time it can not be stated with * 6 otal *>oards to meet and select
dealt with according to to register and that the day of regis-'the purpose of seiecti
rules of the Department." tration will be early in September. r^ration eommittee. j Arrive Rosboro........... 2:00 p m
5o3 James Billy, Eagletown. -The registration of such large "Thc task confronting the State or- Arrive Glenwood..........2:15 p.m.
<10—Edgar A. Beard, Idabel. numbers requires detailed and exten-! *ranization and the local boards is i Arrive Caddo Gap........4:33 p. m.
sivc preparation and there will not kn0W71 to be a great one, but it is con- Arrive’ Womble..........4:45 p. ni
fidentially expected that the national Arrive Hot Springs........5:00 p. m.
11 PH i t nW»ARIf>nli.b •
740—Rad H. Ware, Broken Bow.
942—Edward W. Scribner, Cenury. be sufficient time for such prepara- f.'dentially exPected that the national
-Moses Thomas, Valliant. ; tion after the passage of the legisla- , * or(ranization wil1 respond to thej,
Benningfield. tion by Congress. Instructions out- C* ' and make Preliminary arrange-:
ments for the registration in order
1262—Moses Thomas, Valliant.
H26—Luther York, Cooper, Tex.
1494—John Callaham, Jadie.
—Fred Roden, Valliant.
1573—Bert Vessels, Golden.
mie Jones, deceased.
To the unknown heirs of Jimmie
Jones, deceased, and all persons
having or claiming any interest in
You, and each of you are hereby
itified that James Billy has filed
**} the County Court of. McCurtain
County, Oklahoma, his petition to
have determined the heirship of Jim-
mie Jones, deceased, who was a Choc-
taw by blood, Roll Number 3469, and
that you have been made a party to
said action, and the court has made
and entered the following order, to-
Upon the filing and reading the
petition of James Billy, praying this
court to ascertain and declare the
ngts of all persona interested in the
estate of Jimmie Jones, deceased, and
to whom distribution thereof should
It is ordered, that the following
named persona be made parties to
this proceeding, to-wit:
Hans Dierks, Kansas City, Mo.
Herman Dierka, Kansas City, Mo.
The Choctaw Lumber Company,
Kansas City, Mo.
It is also ordered, that the unknown
heiia of the said Jimmie Jonea, de-
ceased, be made parties tb this pro-
ceeding, they being persons who are
claiming, or to claim some interest
,n “id “ut*\bu* whose names and
office addresses are unknown.
It is further ordered, that all per-
apns interested in said estate, in-
cluding the persons above named, al-
so all persons whether named herein-
before or not, shall appear and on the
16th day of September, 1918, before
the County Court of McCurtain Coun-
ty, Oklahoma, and set forth the na-
ture and extent of their respective
claims in, to or upon the property
and estate of said decedent, of which
the following described lands form a
part, and which are situated in Mc-
Curtain County and Pushmataha
County, Oklahoma, and described as
SEW, section 19 and WH of NWy.,
'9^, 1 and 2; and EH of
and NE14, section 30, township
2 *°“th-ra"g« 25 east and lot 2 and
SWH of NEH. section 4, township
24 east, and NH of
NoWV4-v°f soction 17, township
JS?Rth’Ja2K 17 eaat' and NW% of
NW14 of SEV*. section 4, township
5 south, range 22 east.
It is further ordered that a notice
containing a statement of the matters
mentioned in this order be served
upon all persons interested in said es-
tate in the same manner as summons
in a civil action.
191D8ate<1 thiS the l8t day of June’
m. You are notified to appear at the
time and place therein mentioned and
to set forth the nature and extent of
your claim to said estate.
Dated this 1st day of June, 1918
J. D. PARKS,
^orC'Al-CHZATnU. * * %
DIAMOND lUUND PILUi in Rro at
Gold aetalUc boxes, tealed wilb Blu
Ribbon. Taks mo otuc:i. »•
SracKlS Ml Mk A»r cnWHfiMim -
9IAUONO BUAN!» PILLS, for twc-iPr-fl
years regarded aa fieri,Safest, Atwafa Relia
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST
hi hdsl pqamiia af llw aahs
■p lliapwts talk, ska anWsI,
■Raws aad Mtaac, which la da>
lighihlia cyfattaaca aad phuh| ia
iWaffaal. Used dariaglha 4a, it ia
a wmeusa Isa Aa Sm aad Wiad.
Ia iha avaaiaf ha acaacaatwa bah-
law wplwica, All daalsn Me.
rail, to.. Mm 1M.
How’s This 3
We offer One Hunilred Dollars Re«rard foe en|
of Catarrh that cannot be cured b/ Halil
'rV. J. CHKSet * CO.. Tjleilo. O. ]
We, the undersigned, bare I
Cheney for the last 15 year*, at
perfectly honorable In all bueloe..
and financially able to carry out any obtigi
made by bit firm.
NAT. DANK OF COMMERCE
Hall’a Catarrh Cure U take* internally, .«•
directly npon the blood aud mueoua turfaces
the ayatem. Tettlnonlals tent free. Price
Cents per bottle. Sold by all DniggDtt.
Xhha Unli t f amily Pill* fur cuoatipaiiuto.
DR. CHAS. A. HKSS
Office Over First National Ban
ETHEREDGE & ARNETT
Office Ip Stairs in Robinson Built
lining procedure will be at once for-
warded by mail. Pending receipt
thereof you are instructed to make
preliminary arrangements af once, in
order that registration
that there may be no delay in regis-
tering the persons subject to draft
upon passage of the necessary legis-
e, in , .. , , •
may take : , °,n and the is3Uanc® “f the Presi-
: dent s proclamation.”
ton W,tt T‘ Lov,ncr> Miller- operation when the President’s proc- -—--, ]
17<U 4 IF XT , , tarnation can be published. ' ADVANTAGES IN NURSING rn I
mL,1’» **■• ■"*«—» - ■» s,.«. „d| ucatios “-i
897 Homer H P r the Commissioner3 of the District of! 1- Nursing education not only pre-!
man A7k ^ C°lumbia wil1 be cal,ed *• 3uper- P-tes for a large variety of p^ofes-
“9’75—Iohn Rrn,ifTra n I o V1»e the registration in their respec- slonaI «eWs, but is an excellent pre-
978^aher TilhveH n tive.States and the Distri« of Col-j parat''on for home and family life!
Texas ’ C arksvd,e’ umbia. The Adjutant General or,and for public service in many ways, j
oign_Gen vr-i,- . D „ draft executive in each State, acting 2- Almost upon enrollment the stu-'
(T^ mrZ K^" y ^ Und" the direCti0n of the Governor, ■ dent begins her service to the com- i
1929 VurnhwV 1 . , wil1 ^ the centraI administrative au-! mun,t>’ helping to care for the
1929-Murphy F .Hudson, Idabel. thority of the- registration system 1 sick- as a Part of her instruction and
within the State. The local boards i tramin<?- * ll
2227—Marcus Allen, Idabel.
2270—Larden Carney, Golden
2301—Ablia Tipton, Odell.
2479—Grover Barnett, Molia.
2526—Marshall Henry King,
2623—Lee Pigg, Garvin.
will have immediate direction and 'n nl03t schools is healthy, I j
supervision of the registration within: wholesome, simple and regular. It is'
I tHeir respective jurisdictions. The fldI of vivid human interest, the stu-1
At-j actual registration will be made in ; dent sharin«r in deepest realities of
Henrv Roll R- 1 ^ ( ... | the.custoir.ary voting precincts in the life'
Wm Ju- f. ’ B!?ei 0Wf jurisdfcfori of each local board. j 4' The graduate of a good school,
alter Taliner, Brok-1 Many Registrars Needed. steps at once into rcfrular profession-
| “Each local board should be request- j aI life and work witfc “■> assured live-
2605_r.Arpi O , „ 1 *d at onee to aPP“‘nt a registrar or llho?d- No wear>’ struggle to get a
2678—Fred T Hd ’ B°W'1 ^eeis^ar3 tor each precinct within its ! 7oo’hol‘1 to show what she can do.
271 r TV,' t- ar"n,an' 0ak Hill, jurisdiction. Where there is more The hospital has carried her over that
2749lAlWt Wd’ °tWtter r> than one r^istrar i" a Precinct, ore Her ™rk i3 ready and waiting,
2766 1 , n “o ,®roken Bow- Wl11 he appointed as chief registrar f°r her ,f she successfully completes
7' B°.khoma- Registrars should be appointed for: her training.
Bow 3FVey ‘ Broken each probable eighty registrants in a *' The 8tudent at no expense
tu*tion, board, lodging, laundry, j
uniform, etc., in the great majority of
schools. Only a few schools charge a
fee, for preparatory course.!
The student is also cared for in ill-!
6. Salaries compare favorably with '
salaries of other trained women. In
some fields they are higher than the
average. Especially is this true of,
teaching and administrative work I
either in institutions
Cardui, the womu’a
tonic, helped Mrs. Wil-
liam Eversole, of Hazel
Patch, Ky. Read what
the writes: “I had a
of my health. I was in
bed for weeks, unable to
get up. 1 had such a
weakness and dizziness,
... and the pains were
very severe. A Wend
told me I had tried every-
thing else, why not
Cardui?... I did, and
soon saw it was helping
me... After 12 bottles,
I am strong and well."
First pub. August 3 Out August 31
NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF
UNDER DECREE OF FORE-
In The District Court in and for Mc-
Curtain County, State of Oklahoma.
The American Investment Company,1
a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. jT W. 1
Tapley, Fannie Tapley, Charles!
'Itch, Bci--- -
Titter, sad is sold
noliu, focBsrty eal
wAcd etiBloom. trYlut'sBtif
at oar risk. Par sals loemtlj |
Kniseley Bros. Drug C<
GEO. W. TWITTY
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Stroud Drug Company
Calls Answered Promptly
Phones: Res,, 253; Office: 5.
JOHN C. EARL
Office in Court House
W. BURNS McCASKILL
, Koozer and Lucinda
wife. Defendants. |
| Notice is hereby given that in pur-
| suance of an order of sale issued out1
|of the district court of McCurtain!
| County, State of Oklahoma, on the!
! 30th day of July, 1918, in an action! Idabel
wherein The American Investment!
Company, a Corporation, was plain-1
' tiff, and J. W. Tapley, Fannie Tap-!
ley, Charles Koozer and Lucinda Kooz-
ler, his wife, were defendants, direct- Physician and Surgeon, Superintem
ed to me, the undersigned sheriff of .nr u ,,, „ _
McCurtain County. Oklahoma, com-' £ f01*'d„^°f Health' McCurta
manding me to levy upon and sell Lounty- Ca,‘* answered promptly d»
without appraisement, the following *nd night. Office in Kniseley’s “
| described tract of land in said County Store,
and State, to-wit: —rzrrr—
The Northeast Quarter of Section1
Twenty-eight (28), Township Seven
(7) South, Range Twenty-seven (27)
East of the I. M. in McCurtain Coun-
ty, Oklahoma, containing 160 acres
9U7Q . ’precinct. This will require one and'
29J4_Frank Av^kST' °ne'thir<' “S many re^5trara a* !
291 tin k/o o Boktuko- were required in June. 1917, Regis-1 !M;no"IJ
2922 Loren^ BnStan^eld’ Garvin' tra« should be competent to do thc ! tUiti°n
Grfve ' Pr,Ce' Une Clerical work' '“hould be citizens of
2997 r„rl m J ou . the Unlted States, and should reside
vint y Sh°rt"' Mans- within the Jurisdiction of the iocal
9953 AIK * f „ . 1 board by which they are appointed,
29o3-Ray Albert Coon, Hams. and should be persons who have lived
2958 Wm. Thomas Schell, Avery in the jurisdiction long enough to be
’“f- well acquainted with the residents
2971—Arthur V. Stanfield, Garvin, thereof. All persons are expected to
offer such services as they can afford
9Q7C T „ _—......—.........persons are expected to rr ... inftitut‘ons or in Public
2976 James Zeffarner Jdnes, Sher- offer such services as thej can afford Hea th Nu"ln(f Opportunities for,i
"^81 t x- a- in this patriotic duty without compen- adva?cement many and steadily in- j
2981 James N Taylor. Broken1 aation, but when compensation ", j"'!S,n*'
2987-1^4 M.wi ii | claimed by a registrar, $4 may be'
tnkhf° Pi"key B,ankenship‘ Kulli- \ fstrowwho ^^thei^slnic" free DET*'RMININ'G Y0UR LIFE WORK \
Sullivan, Glover. : nLnSrTas^ayVu^^Uy pm 0 PATRIOTIC SERVICE.
p Our schools of nursing, our civil hos-
FEW REASONS WHY YOU
SHOULD CONSIDER NURSING IN;
„ . ot charge may be
2998— Zath T. Sullivan, Glover. 1 numb
2999— Robert Clyde Wood, Hocha- cinct. —__________
3014—Tomie Tollison, Jadie.
3018— Earnest Booker, Broken Bow.
3019— Ed R. Mahon, Valliant.
3020— Van A. Wallace, Cushing.
1615—Will Burris, Tom.
949—Dee Leonard, Garvin.
be necessary to arrange for a suffi-
cient number of interpreters in all
jurisdictions where locsl boards know
from their own knowledge of locsl
conditions that the services of such
men will be required.
nurses have already
The supply will be utterly
inadequate unless our qualified women
rally in large numbers to this call of
Enroll as a student and begin your
preparation to meet yoer country’s
need for large numbers of highly
trained nurses—not only for WAR
The Woman's Tonic
Do you fed weak, diz-
zy, worn-out? Is your
lack otgoodhealth caused'
from any ol the com-
plaints so common to
women? Then why not
give Cartel a trial? II
should surely do for you
what it hat done for so
many thousands of other
women who suffered—It
should help you bock lo
Ask some lady friend
who has taken Cardui.
She will tell yea how it
helped her. Try Cardui.
to satisfy the judgment and decree'
of foreclosure in favor of said plain-:
tiff and against said defendants,
above named obtained and entered in 1
said court on the 27th day of Jan-
uary, 1918, in the sum of Seven Hun-
dred Eighty and no-100 Dollars
| $780.00), with interest thereon at the,
I rate of - 10 per cent per annum on
I Four Hundred and no-100 ($400.00)1
I thereof from the first day of Jan-1
I j uary, 1915, and with interest on Three 1
I Hundred Eighty and no-100 Dollars'
I $380.00) thereof at the rate of 101
I per cent from the first day of Jan-
I j uary, 1916, and for the further sum
of One Hundred Twenty-eight ($128.-
00) attorney’s fee. with interest there-
on from January 27th, 1918, at the
rate of 10 per cent and all costs and
accruing costs amounting to $_
““hi?1 on'y t0 a first mortgage lien
of Sixteen Hundred and no-100 Dol-
lars $1600.00) -with accrued interest.
II L the undersigned Sheriff of said
County and State, will on the 2nd day
| «f September. 1818, at the hour of
! 3:06 P. M. of said day at the front
j door of the coust house in the City
| of Idabel, in said County and State,
■! iff! foT sa,e and 8el1 to the highest
I, bidder for cash, said property above
i! described, or so much thereof as will
| satisfy said judgment, attorney’s fees,
.interest, and court costs, said lands
.; offered for sale, being subject to a
..first mortgage lien of Sixteen Hun-!
jdred and no-100 ($1600.00) Dollars,!
! with accrued interest thereon,
j Witness my hand this 31st day of:
(July, 1918. |
J. W. DeWITT, !
! Rb*riff of McCurtain County, State'
i of Oklahoma.
DR. T. A. PRICE
Office Over Idabel Hardwai)
Store in Fine Building.
L. E. MIFFLIN
First Natleaal Baak BuBdiug
Attacks come when least
expected. Directly some il|
feeling makes you awarf
that'you have a Heart
the time to commence tak|
ing some treatment
•• • Tonic and Regulato
recommended in Functioi j
al Heart Disorders.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
MILta MapiCAL CO., ttfcliart,
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