McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 55, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 4, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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•re first class.
The new man power bill is a
of increasing oar army to 4 million.
This means thousands of places made
vacant. Women, mainly, mast fill
Do you want oar catalog and fall
information regarding the best busi-
ness college in Texas? Fill in cou-
naming corps on or about (jctobcr
1st, by voluntary induction. Such
students will then be put on the
basis of privates in the United States
Army, on furlough for training, and
will receive pay from the War De-
partment in the amount of $50.00 per
month. Uniforms, (suit, hat, shoes,
leggins, and overcoat,) and all equip-
ment necessary will be furnished by
the War Department."
'4. Students who are in the Stu-
dents Army Training Corps will be
left in the Normal to pursue the
course of study outlined by the War
Department until their draft num-
bers are reached. At that time, those
who are qualified will be sent to a
limited number of institutions where
special courses of intensive training
will be given. At these latter institu-
tions, as rapidly as the men qualify,
they will be selected and sent to of-
ficers training Camps.
5. Students who do not qualify for
selected institutions, when their draft
numbers are reached will be sent
either to training camps for men com-
missioned officers, or to depot bri-
gades in the National Army canton-
ments for immediate military service.
Explanatory Note:—The Normal
unit will be under the direction of an
Army Officer appointed by the War
Department. It is understood that
the policy will be to keep young men
ip school unless in case of urgent mil-
itary necessity. All men over eigh-
teen will have to register. Then if
First pub. Aug. 28 Out Sept 11.
Probate No. 406.
IN THE COUNTY COURT'OF Me-
CURTAIN COUNTY, STATE OF
NOTICE U hereby given that
Hodges Lawitaya, the duly appointed,
qualified and acting guardian of the
estate of John Lawitaya, haying filed
in this court his final report as such
guardian in said causa, and that the
21st day of September, 1918, at ten
hearing and settle'-
1, at which time and
o'clock a. m., at the County Court
Room in the Town of Idabel, in said
County has been duly appointed by
■aid Coart for the F ’ ‘
ment of said report,____________
place any and all persona interested in
said estate may appear and show
cause, if any they have, why said
account report should not bo approv-
in' IS FURTHER ORDEDED by
this Court that three copies of this no-
tice be posted up in three public
places in McCurtain County, Okla-
homa, at least ten days before the
date aot for hearing the earns.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and af-
fixed the seel ef ssid Court, this the
24th ady of August, 1918.
accepted in the students Army Ti
ing Corps they notify their local d
board, whereupon they will be placed
in Class Five D, which signifies that
they are in the service. This privi-
lege may not be allowed to students
who do not enter college before the
date of registration.
ATTEND TO THIS NOW AND
PARIS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.
The Best School but net The Largest
Judging from present indications
Our enrollment this fall will exceed
any in the history of the school.
Young people are awakening to the
fact that Paris Commercial College
is the place to get a thorough Busi-
ness Training. Here are a few rea-
We meet the demands made upon
us by the Business world by giving
them graduates who can do their
We do not charge the employer or
employers for this service nor do we
receive anything for finding our stu-
dents hoarding places.
We use texts books that have been
tried out by the best schoools of the
United States thereby giving our stu-
dests the advantage of standard, com-
plete courses which will stand the test
in Bookkeeping, Stenography, and
When you have had our practical,
individual instruction, and have made
progress as fast as your ability will
permit, you are delighted with the
work and upon grad uato in you are
not ashamed to.recommend it to your
sister, brother or friend.
The Modem Bastnsas firms of East-
ern Texas, Southern Oklahoma ami
Western Arkansas amploy our grad-
First pub ^OjrtSept 11th
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, McCurtain
A. J. Irvin, plaintiff, vs. Minnie Inrim
Said defendant Minnie Irvin will
take notice that she has been road in
the above named court foe divorce and
must answer tbs petition filed therein
tiff on or before the 23rd
w. A. D. 1918 or said
taken as trus, and a
—--id plaintiff ia said ac-
tion for divorce will be rendered ac-
m . _ Court dark.
tea first Why? Because they can
iver the goods.”
The training given our students by
a corps of the most competent teach-
ers to be found, places our students in
the- very best positions either of a
commercial or national character.
The fire of 1916 has made of Paris
one of the cleanest cities of Texas.
Its morals, health, dtixenahip, and
educational and religius inclinations
CAR TURNED OVER.
Last Sunday while returning frsm
Broken Bow, the car of C. E. Bellin-
ger ran into a ditch and turned over.
There were six persons in the car but
all escaped uninjured. The top was
broken and tom and the wind shield
shattered. It was indeed fortunfte
none if the people in the car were
Music Lovers Amazed
Edison’s Daring Test
AQ told 2,000,000 music lovers on mote than 1500 different occasions have
gone to one of their local theatres filled with curiosity regarding a startlingly
novel musi.al recital which they were about to witness.
In each case they have come away amayd
at the almost unbelievable demonstration
which had taken place before their very
eyes, and ears—the most daring test of a
phonograph or talking machine ever made.
They saw a noted Edison artist stand beside
** Tht Fkanatrapk with a W”
They heard the instrument amg in the artist** voice—in ocher word*. Rrcrtau her voice. ^
Presently die artist herself benn to ting note (br note with the matrument. Musically
trained ears strove in vain to autinguuh the faintest shade of difference between the actual
voice and the Re-Creation. Then, suddenly and without warning, the artnc ceased singing,
leaving die instrument to continue the air alone. Oily by watching the arttit's lips dm dm
audience know that the had ceased tinging and that they beard the instrument alone. Ikki
is the faaious Edison Tone Test -- . n
Only Edison makes this test Only Edison can make thia teat, because only the New]
Edison actually Recreates the humaq,yoice and the music of human-played instruments'
with every tone quality and every shade of expression. Ordinary phonographs, and talking
machine*, merely reproduce; "
ff yem have met ketafematam t*eag0f >» wwwi — Wm« Iw Tett, yea aeay at kaSlsr
IAh'i ■'vtmJtrJw/ tew ykeaegratk or »' run Mate Mr time m tail tear wwraAan^ ti
si AiexEni ur klas. ,
According to the Government's
plans, a Students Army Training
Corps is to be organized in the South-
* eastern Normal at Durant, Oklahoma.
Young men, eighteen years of age
and over, thus will be given higher
educatoinal facilities while they are
preparing for military service. It is
the theory that in this fashion they
will be equipped to accept commis-
sions as officers in the army or to
perform services of unquestionable
importance in other fields. Need of
trained men will persist until the war
is ended and after. Dispatches from
Washington make it known that a
somewhat similar measure of voca-
tional education is planned for boys
of less than college age.
In compliance with this plan, Dr.
R. E. Vinson, Regional Director of the
Committee on Education and Special
Training of the War Department has
announced that the following are the
steps to be taken in entering the Stu-
* dents Army Training Corps:
1. Ail men eighteen years of age
and upward, on or about September
10th., will register for service in the
1 United States Army under the new
2. All men qualified to enter the
college classes of the Southeastern
Normal will enter the Normal on the
regular opening dates, September 9
3. Students, eighteen years of age
and upward physically fit, who are
enrolled in the collage classes of the
Normal, may enter the Students Army
MONEY TO LOAN
ON IMPROVED FARMS
We have no long waits and delays; when your title is perfect, we pay you
the money here; we don’t wait for a check.
Our Company has loaned more than 530,088,000.00 in Oklahoma, and has
plenty of money for your loan, regardless of adze.
While I am in France doing my bit to get the Kaiser, my office is open and
doing business as usual, the same as if I were present.
Our loons are made for Five, Seven and Ten years, with interest payable
only once each year, and in the fall when yon hove money to meet it. Wo
give you the privilege of paying $100.00 or any multiple thereof, of the
principal loan, at any interest paying date, WITHOUT NOTICE, regardless
of whether you ask it or not, and the interest stops on the amount paid in.
We still have plenty pf money, and) the interest rates have not changed.
Let us figure with you; it is a pleasure to answer questions. If you are busy, telephone or write; we will
go to you.
We have some choice tracts of land to sell, and will lend you money
to help pay for it, or for any other tract of land you want to buy.
CHAS. H. BROWN
UOU will not have the beet
V if you fail to get EIQAUIE
for Materia, Chute and
Fever. The general" tonic
properties restores strength
and vitality to the weakened
body. Guaranteed. Price 60c
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Old, W. J. McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 55, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 4, 1918, newspaper, September 4, 1918; Idabel, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1042924/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.