McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 54, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 31, 1918 Page: 2 of 6
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At The Grand Leader Idabel, Okla. At The Grand leader
New Goods Arriving Daily
NEW SHIPMENTS THE PAST TWO WEEKS GIVE US A
STOCK THAT WILL NOT BE SURPASSED AT ANY
TIME THIS SEASON IN POINT OF VARIETY AND VALUES
Our buyer is back from the market and extends to you an invitation to visit this
store and see the many new Dresses, Coats, Suits, Skirts, beautiful Waists, etc.,
now being displayed in our Ready-to-Wear Department and show windows.
In spite of the prevailing market conditions, which have greatly increased the diffi-
culty of securing merchandise, this store foresaw these conditions and, on account
of early buying and a most thorough search of the great markets, we have succeed-
ed in securing for this season stock up to our high standard. Now we realize that
we have profited by early buying and customers of this STORE can do likewise.
We advise when you see what you want these days IT’S TIME TO BUY IT.
New Fall Blouses
The past few days many express shipments of
beautifdl new blouses have arrived. The color line
includes Taupe, Navy, Pink, Brown, White, Flesh
and other new shades. New ideas in rolled collars
and high collard novelties. Our prices are
fl.OO up $6.50
New Fall Dresses
Beautiful new FALL dresses are arriving daily
and our stock has reached the point where a' splen-
did selection awaits ypur approval. This is a season
when one may buy early as the STYLES are con-
servative and sure to be good for the balance of the
season. In fact, the earlier one purchases the more
advantage to be gained. Price range
$15 up to $75
FALL STYLES IN BOOTS
We are showing many of the new season’s eery latest
fashions in Women’s Boots in a great range af styles at
$7.50 up to $12.50
MANY BEAUTIFUL SUITS
In oar SUIT SECTION you will see
a big collection of the smartest and
most extensive creations for the coming
season. We invite you to inspect them.
NEW SCHOOL DRESSES
School operis about Sept 9th this
season and mothers will find the prob-
lem of dressing the girls solved here.
New Suits for the School Boys
Mothers getting their boys in readiness for school can get most anything for the
little fellows at this store. We are showing a big line of Boys’ All-Wool Suits, new
Scout Hats, Shoes and Hosiery at prices where you can save on every suit or pair of
shoes you buy. Teach your DOLLARS to have MORE cents. Buy your boy’s suit
here and save money.
See Our New Fall
IDABECSUNE DEPT. STORE
New Fall Silks
Paris, Aug. 29.—Some uni
armies of General Debeney j
eral Humbert north of the 0
yesterday advanced for more
miles, according to the Instra
The newspaper confirms the
that French troops have rea
region of Ham and adds tha
not seem possible that the
will be able to hold Guiscard
length of time. Guiscard is
high road midway betweer
French Headquarters in
Aug. 29.—Three French arn
of which captured Noyon to
now engaged on both sides
river Oise and are moving
in close co-ordination.
The passage of the Oise
lincourt is of interest becaus
the first time that General
was able to cross the river.
Quesnoy wood, to the <
Ecuvilly which was captured
eral Debeney’s army was on
main artillery centers of th<
on his front.
London, Aug 39—5 p m—1
was captured today by the f
Field Marshal Haig.
The town of Bapaume on<
chief highway centers in
Picardy, is 12 miles northeas
bert and 13 miles from Peron
It controls a net work of fi
ways leading to all parts of
tlefield where for the past tw
the allies and Germans ha
locked in a death struggle.
ALL CLASS (
TO BE CA
Will Go to Camp l
The Local Board of Idabel
on the 5th of September seve
men to be sent to Camp
This will take oil men in <
one including both 1917-191
5th registration. Men who r
ed on the 24th of August m
Jake James, farmer, Valliai
George Leonard, fanner, I
Walter Critten White,
Henry Wathall, laborer, Bek
Wm. Thomas Pruitt, farmer,
James Franklin Riley, labor)
Lake Crawford, farmer, I<
Burrell Starr Nunally, f
Chaplin Thweat, farmer,
Green McCurtain Choate, i
Thomas Carroll Cogburn, m
Edmond Thomas Procter,
Sylvester Earl Vaughn,
John L. Neighbors, farmer
Jesse Higgins, farmer, Cerro
Wm. M. King, barber, Ales
Charles C. Ingram, carpente
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Old, W. J. McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 54, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 31, 1918, newspaper, August 31, 1918; Idabel, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1042958/m1/2/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.