McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 71, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 31, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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y, October 31.1917
Quota—The Total Sales
:h? 5°unty did well and we
— glad McCurtain county got
over her quota. 1
Liberty Bonds ^ut^McSrtli^ Mt^JlSmSe^Wde^IdSS
county over her quota $75,460 £rom Valliant where that wheel
of the total amount Idabel alone horfe> Beniie Heretein, did]
subscribed $97,900. The bonds Jf'thf^u?^-- -et»aU
ttat will pass through the dif- are *
ferent banks of the county is
First National Bank, Idabel,
Idabel State Bank, Idabel,
First State Bank, Idabel, $11,-
Farmers State Bank, Valliant.
First National Bank, Broken
Rrat National Bank, Ha-
Farmers State Guaranty
Bwik, Garvin, $5,700.
Much of the success of the
. “I®8 of the Liberty
Bonds in the county is due to
the confidence the people of
the county had in Dr. C. A.
Denison, the salesmanager, who
was appointed by the County
Council of Defense. The patri-
otic spirit came from all parts
Idabel State Bank
Accounts small or large solicited and receive the same careful
F. H. WRIGHT,
DAVIS-DENTON. ........... .....—i»^c
IN THIS CITY THIS WEEK.
R. C NEWTON,
S. E. BARNETT,
AND SHERIFF AFTER
.Jass, .JSgfsKKS seSa-S? W WJflOLATlONS
ville, Ark., has located in our jembled in Idabel attending terest of Food Conservation will mm • ....
city for the practice of his pro- their quarterly meeting. This make several addresses in the Mtlfi VII Inti tnr FiI/sma .»
fession. He has rented offices meeth?g is quite different from county during the week two or ” JQll TOT Allllllf J(66f UIMf
and wdl l« afew days “7^ ever held before ta more of which wUltedel^d ! ... M ®
to attend to any law business en- ^“ county, °r Possibly in any to the teachers at their sessions f/fe Pa/o Arm nn floes P«.
trusted to his care. Mr. Miffin|otbf county of the state. to which the public te Kri 1,15 rQlS ^ «*6 Jtllfl.
is a nice-polished gentleman and . Superintendent L. N. Gray In addition to deliverimr t
an able lawyer. The Gazette h»s secured for the week some interesting addresses "^to
welcomes him and his excellent I the most prominent men of; teachers i
minister, performing the cere-
mony- The couple will reside at
The Gazette joins their many
friends in extending congratula-
.__ jawftSs Mt
I u,e,r lectures are idabel, each of the sneakers
*"<Le*d the most interesting making side trips toddffi^rent
1SP* who is here for three
lo ^ ®* Wolfe, former Stale
Superintendent of Missouri.
I ftf nuns naif /\4«t O.____•_s___
year-old steer in Little River
bottom and the meat was sold
and the hide shipped to Tfcxar-
t*"‘ Saturday evening the
nesses motored to that place and
Texarkana and Sunday when
they returned one of the par.
ties was in jail and the officers
•» hi pursuit of the other par-
m68. -•*' *■
He passed a bad check on us
for $1.00 during the Fair at this
place. But we would like to
h. b«„ taWurtataliiw d«cS"^rS?f^rSd,fa ££
tion* nf £2d Wh° ***? uhe reputa’ dens to enable our nation to win
tSSstolT‘Kern1tothHtU”' N° ?ftizen the city place. But to would““ lTke“to
Hon Robert H Wilann6 8vat?" °fuIdabe or McCurtain county know when a slick guy like that
W'Mt .ddre^ed tlie te.ch- ed .pewhes mention^ K Dr
IfP and “hool board officers T. D. Brooks of the Southeast
£taypJifrTnraSdMonda^ er" State Normal School, will
ght ■Prof: A. C. Parsons of appear Wednesday night and
Thursday morning. Those who
are acquainted with Dr. Brooks
appreciate his ability as a pub-
lic speaker and will no doubt
avail themselves of this oppor-
tunity of hearing him
But didn’t we move out on
Liberty Bonds? Of course Mc-
Curtain county has redeemed
mgnt Prof. A. C. Parsons of
the University of Oklahoma will
deliver addresses Tuesday and
Wednesday. Hon. N. T. Mc-
Alister, of Ada, will also de-
liver addresses during the week.
Prof. George Wilson, of the A.
MEMBER FEDERAI RESERVE SYSTEM OF RANKS
CHARACTER of the MEN as well as their finan-
cial responsibility had to be found 0. K. before we could
STbanks* member °f thC FEDERAL RESERVE system
,. .Beln* a Member Bank of this National System means
any time to our Central Reserve Bank and get MONEY.
Put YOUR money in OUR bank.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The place to get all the good
things to eat—Fresh Oysters,
Fish and Chicken. When
you are hungry come to
BROWN & CLARK’S
Main Street Prim Old
NEXT MEETING OF STATE
ANTI-HORSE THIEF ASSO-
CIATION TO BE HELD HERE.
The Anti-Horse Thief Assoc- --—---
nee°nOkl*iSm«8t«f ”2? at j8« town was summoned. He was
Sr’fSSSr &nd 26 "Uf8ed by most careful hands.
hil* many In spite of all that could be
were appli- done, he died of locked bowete
place Eis own moth€r «»uld not have
SSS cap‘u,*d •Mociation been more attentive than !£?
m^.-nde^8At^Mto the Pawnee flowers, and the mothers there
si "izs'.fxsx «•* -
work. The people of Idabel
appreciate the meeting coming
to our town and will make a
Btrong pull to entertain the del
GOOD SPOT IN THE
An unfortunate young man,
seventeen yean of age, white
traveling through the country,
fell sick at Idabel. He was an
utter stranger to us all. The
good spot in the hearts of the
£00d ,here was touched. He
WffiJK ninlrari im El . a__.
very best medical skill of the
We didn t need them down here.
STRAYED OR STOLEN
One red muley cow, branded
O on hip ; 2 coming 3 year old
heifere, branded C W on left
side; 3 coming 2 year old muley
heifere, branded C W on left
8ld®; ,1,h$ht. y««pw and white
pidded branded O on left side
WUlpay $26.00 for infomaTn
Hr K oo I
Wonder Ice Cream
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets
Oil Cook Stoves
“Ware Ever” Aluminum
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Old, W. J. McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 71, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 31, 1917, newspaper, October 31, 1917; Idabel, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1042943/m1/1/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.