McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 91, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 9, 1918 Page: 7 of 8

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CAMP TRAVIS NOTES.
IT’S TIME TO GET BUSY.
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splendid at this writing. There
are not many Companies quar-
antined at present.
Each Company was allowed
5 percent of the boys to go home
on four day furlough. And it
was rather amusing to stand by
and observe the eagerness of
each as he went forward to draw
his number to see whether he
was lucky.
There are quite a number of
recruits arriving at present, so
the old recruits have a chance
to show their ability in instuc-
tors.
The poor old mail carrier
caught it during Christmas. He
had to summon all the boys to
assist him in carrying all the
goodies from homefolks. He
came in with packages piled sky-
high and his pockets crammed
with letters.
VVe began to fear that our
turkey dinner Xmas day would
be missing as the shipment was
reported lost but a later mes-
sage stated that it had arrived.
And I want to tell you home-
folks that you don’t know what
you missed.
Here’s wishing all you home-
folks a bright and happy New
Year.
Private Patrick J. McCollum
was assigned to Co., 40, 10th
Battallion Depot Brigade. He!
wishes homefolks a Merry
Xmas.
Josiah Webster, of Idabel, Ok-!
lahoma, was taken suddenly ill!
with an attack of appendicitis
December 22nd. He was taken
to the hospital for treatment.
He is located in Battery “D”
343d F. A. N. A.
John Sidney Bolin has re-
cently received his appointment!
as cook in Battery “D” 343d'
F. A. N. A. He took a course;
in the Cook’s and Baker’s
School.
Private Raggon Mayers is en- i
joying a visit with his brothers,
Jess, Lonnie and Charles. They
drove from McCurtain county in
their car and will stay here for
four or five days. Raggon is a
1st class private in Company
“I” 358th. Inf.
Corporal Henry C. Stinson
and Private Thomas E. Sinclair
were transferred to the Casual
Camp at Washington, D. C., yes-
terday.
New Year’s Day finds our
Company very much alive and
breathing the spirit of good will
to all who were making “one” in
our National struggle for De-
mocracy and Human Liberty.
Following is a list recom-
mended for promotion: Corpor-
al Robt. T. Best, Sargeant; Cor-
poral Harrison B. Neese, Sar-
geant; First class privates to
corporals, Frank R. Brady, Geo.
T. Hairis, Jas. H. Redd, Walter
G. White, Claude E. Roberts and
Theodore Clevenger; Geo. C.
Banks from 1st cook to Mess
Sargeant.
To The Gazette.
I do not want to start any dis-
cussion against anybody or any
business, but it seems that it is
time for the people to take some
action to put our water works on
a paying basis and also to light
our streets. Our water works
is almost a failure, our streets
are dark and we are having to
vote an extra tax to run the city
government and the question is,
are we as citizens, going to let
this continue and gradually grow
worse, until our taxes are so
burdensome in this town that
one can scarcely afford to own
his home?
Why not lease the water
works to some one for enough
to pay the interest on the water
works bonds and the sinking
fund, if possible, and grant to
him a charter to erect an elec-
tric light plant and light our
streets and in connection there-
with put in an ice plant? There
are men who are willing to ac-
cept such a proposition and, I be-
lieve, will make a favorable con-
tract.
If no such man can be found,
then only one other alternative,
it seems to me, awaits us, and
that is for the city to vote suffi-
cient bonds again to put in a
light plant to run the water
works and remove or sell all the
machinery at the river and put
in an electric pump, and in ad-
dition thereto light the streets.
We .do not desire to censure
those in charge, they perhaps,
under the present system, can
do no better; but conditions are
growing worse and our city is
growing deeper in debt each
year.
It seems to me that it is time
for us to have some discussion
on this subject. What has the
Gazette to say about it?
Respectfully,
E. C. ARMSTRONG.
First pub. Jan. 2 Out Feb. 2nd.
ESTRAY NOTICE.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, McCurtain
County, ss.
Notice is hereby given that on the
31st day of December, 1917, Jno. T.
McClimmons appeared before me and
made affidavit of the taking up of
the following described estrays:
One sorrell mare six or seven years
old, branded H on left thigh, star in
forehead, right hind foot white.
That the residence of said taker-up
is on the NW*4 of NE14 of section
16, Township 9, Range 24 East; that
his postoffice address is Idabel, Mc-
Curtain County, Oklahoma; that the
same was taken up on the 10th day of
December, 1917.
H. A. SMITH, County Clerk.
JNO. T. McCLIMMONS, Taker-up.
active support
ings campaign which is being
waged throughout the state. An
organization known as the
United States Five Civilized
Tribes War Savings Society
has been formed and all Indians
are asked to report their pur-
chases to the local field clerk in
order that their names be placed
upon the honor roll in- this
society or to a similar one.
We shall have a pleasant sur-
prise for all children who visit
this store between 3 and 5 on
Tuesday afternoon during the
MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION
Something doing all the time
at our MAJESTIC RANGE
DEMONSTRATION this week
at our store. Better not miss
out.—ROWLAND HARDWARE
AND FURNITURE CO. 2t.
io
! (
) Just Opened j
j A Sale and Feed Stable j
| At The Wyrick Old Stand j
\ - "
j We will have a car of
| Good Missouri Mules
| to arrive Saturday. These are
| well broke and well trimmed
young mules. Our prices will be
INDIANS LINED UP I together with eight hundred
IN THRIFT MOVE bushels of corn and several tons
The Indians of Oklahoma °t hay- Mr. Coleman was in;
being urged by Gabe E. Par- thc city yesterday and informed!
J__4 r__4.L. i?:___ a fi»7pttp rpnnrtor tViot Via V»o/-l
aie ueing urgeu uy uaue n. rar- «»*** uuuuucu
ker, superintendent for the Five a Gazette reporter that he had
Civilized Tribes, to lend their ;no i“®a how the fire originated
to the war sav- and that he did not have a dol
lars worth of insurance. Such a
loss is, indeed, heavy on a farm-
er just at this time. The esti-
mated loss was about $1800.
To get a handsome set of
kitchenware absolutely free if
you buy a MAJESTIC range
next week is an offer worth in-
vestigating. Visit our special
demonstration during the week
commencing January 7th, and
we will show you this fine ware
which is an out-and-out gift.-—
B. C. Crisp, Foreman, Ark.
Prof. L. N. Gray, Idabel.
J. H. Daniels, Arkinda, Ark.
Frank Nolen, Boss.
Mrs. S. J. Jonnson, Boss.
H. Butts, Scrap, Texas.
Leo Herndon, Academy.
Dr. L. H. Hill, Idabel.
J. W. Taaffe, Tom.
T. A. Stewart, Tom.
E. A. Cagle, Idabel.
S. D. Dillard, Ardmore.
S. E. Page, Holcomb, Mo.
L. F. Moreland, Idabel.
Jas. E. Hall, Idabel.
B. F. Campbell, Idabel.
C. E. Greenwood, Garvin.
Watson Billy .Broken Bow.
J. R. Jones, Idabel.
Have you seen Mr. U. L. Mor-
wnicn is an out-and-out gift— ma T^ojpiA
ROWLAND HARDWARE AND AuEST-n k rt 86
FURNITURE COMPANY 2t d?.mon8trator? He will be here
K'f S“2L^A"vitld; GAZETTE’S HONOR
Watch our advertisements for
further particulars. — ROW-
LAND HARDWARE AND
FURNITURE COMPANY. 2t.
(
RIGHT
\ If you want a pair of good mules
f call and see us.
J.T. RENT
i
FEED CORN FOUND
IN KANSAS CITY
Through the effects of the
Oklahoma State Council of De-
fense and the Oklahoma State
Marketing Commission stocks of
kiln dried corn in Kansas City at
a cost of $1.55 per bushel at that
point have been placed at the
disposition of Oklahoma farm-
ers. F. L. Rounsevell, secretary
of the commission, is still at the
Colonial hotel, Springfield, Mo.,
where he will aid in the ship-
ment of corn to any farmer,
dealer or county agent in Okla-
homa.
During the week commencing
January 7th, a handsome set of
cooking utensils will be given
away free to every purchaser of
a MAJESTIC range. This is an
out-and-out gift and the price
of the MAJESTIC remains the
same as always. See the.m while
you are at the special demon-
stration next week.—ROW-
LAND HARDWARE AND
FURNITURE COMPANY. 2t.
Arkansas.
J. J. Williams, Fort Towson.
W. R. Collier, Shults.
H. B. Myers, Idabel.
Jim Jennings, Shults.
J. W. Bailey, Nashville, Ark.
Robt. Kirk, Boss.
Asa Ponder, Broken Bow.
Owen Collum, Idabel.
Mattie Butler, Boss
all week. Have him show you
the greatest improvement ever
ROLL, i put on a range.—ROWLAND
FURNI-
2t.
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Judge N. A. George, Foreman!HARDWARE AND
TURE COMPANY.
MANY GERMANS STARVING
Aviator Who Deserted Teutons
Says Large Number Dying
From Want.
------------- i Washington, Jan. 6.—A dis-
R. F. Herndon, Brownstown, patch to the Greek legation here
AHjansas. today said that a German avia-
Ed Schirmer, Brownstown,' tor, a graduate of Berlin Uni-
Arkansas. ; versify, who had deserted and
Robert Keilitz, Kansas City, I arrived in Greece, told of star-
Kansas. vation in Germany and the cruel
First pub. Dec. 12 Out Jan. 18.
IN DISTRICT COURT.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, County of
McCurtain.
No. 2364.
Henry R. Latimer, plaintiff, vs.
Ethel Auld, Lorena Auld, Clara
Auld, Annie May Auld, Willie Lee
Auld, Herbert Henry Auld, William
Lyles Auld, Nellie Bell Auld and
Edgar Thomas Auld, defendants.
Said defendants Ethel Auld, Lorena
Auld and Clara Auld will take no-
tice that they have been sued in the
above named court for foreclosure of
mortgage upon the following des-
cribed lands:
The northeast quarter of the north-
west quarter of section 21, township
9 south and range 25 east, McCur-
tain County, Oklahoma.
And must answer the petition filed
therein by said plaintiff on or before
the 24th day of January, A. D., 1918,
or said petition will be taken as
true, and a judgment for said plain-
tiff in said action for foreclosure of
mortgage will be rendered accord-
ingly.
Dated this 10th day of December,
1917.
Attest: «t
(Seal)
l )»».;
'1
F. M. BROOKES,
Court Clerk.
By C. D. Wilkinson,
Deputy.
J. A. Andrews, Any. for Ptf.
FARMER LOSES BARN.
The barn of L. H. Coleman,
living near Garvin, was des- ------—__UC11UC, 1UU.
troyed by fire Sunday morning, A. W. Wallis, Memdag, Ark.
V. T. Dees, Collinsville, Kan.
Mrs. Jennie Queen, Mankato,
Kansas.
John Pruitt, Odell.
D. L. Lewis, Oak Hill.
E. W. Shelton, Garvin.
W. T. Hendrix, Idabel.
G. C. Pace, Shults.
J. N. Cotton, Camden, Ala.
Judge John C. Earl,-Idabel.
T. G. Carr, Idabel.
J. D. Caldwell, Idabel.
A. R. Williams, Idabel.
Anthony Williams, Foreman,
Arkansas.
Mrs. C. L. Ellers, Idabel.
Bill Stuart, Bismark.
J. A. Carter, Idabel.
S. J. Jefferson,‘Golden.
B. B. Potts, Glover.
J. W. Shoals, Foreman, Ark.
Oliver Woods, Marshal, Tex.
Mrs. M. E. Crews, Bernie, Mo.
treatment of the Greek popula-
tion in Macedonia and Thrace
occupied by the Bulgars.
“Questioned by the Greek au-
thorities,” said the dispatch,
“the aviator said that daily a
great number of deaths occur
in Germany due to starvation.”
TAN-NO-MORE
The moil
The Skin Baautifier sr,r„t,ric anj
■1 ■ ■" i nut nniidrf
fu! fm-im preparation ot rh«* nanium
age It impart* to tiie si. •« a velvety
•oftneat ai d Orltcacv w| wh is rle-
lighlfulm apueaiaii.e »n.| i m
it» effect. «!•• ! -g the J. v .r i*
a protection I rum -.*/«• *t.
In the evening ttt* il*" •.»*«(*%» f. it
First pub. Dec. 19 Out Jan. 18.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
To the Creditors of Frank Scott, De-
ceased.
The creditors of the above named
decedent are hereby notified that the
undersigned was, by the County
Court of McCurtain County, Oklaho-
ma, appointed Administrator of the
estate of said decedent, and that all
persons having claims against thc
estate of said decedent are required
to exhibit them to said undersigned
T. W. Smith with the necessary
vouchers, at Pollard, Oklahoma, with-
in four months from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-
wit: From the 19th day of Decem-
ber, 1917.
Dated the 18th day of December,
T. W. SMITH,
Administrator.
lc*S com trill'll.
•YOc. mid Si uv>
All licalm i-«C,
Baker-Wheeler Mfg. Co.. Oaltnn Tet
ETHEREDGE & ARNETT
Attorneys-at-Law
Office Up Stairs in Robinson Building
I IDABEL, OKLAHOMA
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Old, W. J. McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 91, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 9, 1918, newspaper, January 9, 1918; Idabel, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1042920/m1/7/ocr/: accessed April 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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