McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 37, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 4, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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BIG DRESS SPECIAL
We have on sale this week a lot of fancy Silk and Voile Dresses at a Big
$15.00 Fancy Silk Dresses $7.95.
$7.50 Fancy Voile Dresses $4.95.
New White Skirts in fancy and plain weaves, any size, priced $1.50 to $2.50.
Ladies’ $4.00 and $5.00 LaFrance Oxfords, choice $3.20.
Ladies’ A. M. Creighton Oxfords, values up to $3.50, choice $2.45.
See our Ladies’ Pink Union Suits—they are pretty.
STEVENS - LAMBETH CO.
THE QUALITY STORE
tOCAL AND PERSONAL
Arthur Burns is in Vallian today.
Gee Cook, of Hope, is in the
If you want meal and hulls see A.
B. Guthrie. tf.
Miss Lillian Holt is visiting
in Hugo this week.
Early plowing makes better
J. C. Ferguson was a visitor to
Glenn Old, of Hugo, is in the
J. E. Hendon, of Haworth, was
in the city Monday.
George Clegg has been on the
sick list for several days.
Dr. Ben Denison, of Garvin,
was in the city Saturday.
Joe Goldberg was a business
visitor to Hugo Sunday.
Mrs. B. L. Coker was visiting
in Hugo Sunday.
John D. Hogue, of Moon, was
in the city yesterday.
Robinson Greer, of Bokhoma,
was in the city Saturday.
Sol J. Ott, of Hartshorn, was
here on business last week.
Chas. Waddle, of Broken Bow,
was a visitor to this city Sunday.
N. J. Coffman, of Haworth,
was in the city Monday on busi-
Dr. E. C. Hooper, of Haworth,
i was a visitor to this city Mon-
J. M. Garrett, of Ashdown, is
in the city this week on busi-
W. J. Whiteman, of Goodwat- j
er, was a visitor to this city
Glenn Roberson, of Nashville, Ark.,
arrived i nthe city this morning for
a few days visit.
Birt Hailey, of Texas , is in!
the city, visiting his father, T. I
H. H. Orton, of Ashdown, was |
a business visitor to this city |
A good many of our Shriners .
are in Fort Worth, Texas, this
Prof. L. A. Brown, of Bok-
homa, was a visitor to this city
Mrs. W. J. Old left yesterday
for a visit with relatives in Lit-
Laden Coffey left Monday for
Dallas, Texas, where he will join
Sid Love returned Monday
from a few days visit to Paris,
Buster Luttrell, of Broken
Bow, was a visitor to this city
this week. >
Miss Irma Hill was the guest
of Miss Elizabeth Shelton at Ha-
Emil Corenbleth, of Dallas,
Texas, is the guest of his sis-
ter, Mrs. Mose Fine.
No. 666 will cure Malaria or
Billious Fever. It kills the
Mrs. Sutton, of Texas, arrived
in the city yesterday, for a visit
with her son, J. J. Sutton.
Miss Edna Brazill has returned to
this city from a visit with her par-
ents at Cerrogorda, Ark.
You can gather radish and
lettuce and mustard seed next
December. You can do it now.
Dudley Hutchinson, of Nash-
ville, Ark., was the guest of Guy
Old this week.
Mrs. J. C. Oliver, of Valliant,
was the guest of Mrs. Grobb
Saturday and Sunday.
J. B. Sanford, of McAester,
was in the city a few’ days this
w’eek on business.
Rub-My-Tism — Antiseptic,
Max Labinow, who has been
working at the Peoples Store,
left yesterday for his home in
Editor W. E .Watkins and L.
E. Nelson, of Valliant, were*in
the city Monday morning on
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Bryant
left Sunday for Mineral, Ark.,
where they will reside for a few
Mrs. B. F. Campbell left Sun-
day for a two weeks visit with
her daughter, Mrs. F. O. Death-
eredge, at Hope, Ark.
Miss Ruth Coffey left Monday
for Cleaveland. Okla., where she
will spend two weeks with hei
Miss Mamie Lee Epperson re-
turned home Monday from a vis-
it with relatives at Quinton,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Barton, of
Fort Smith, Ark., were in the,
city this week, the guest of Mr. j
and Mrs. C. O. Allen.
D. B. Strawn and family, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lightsey
are sojourning in Bogg Springs,
Ark., this week.
Dr. and Mrs. Morgan Latimer,
of Clarksville, Texas, were the
guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Merrill,
A coated tongue, bad breath,
dizziness'and a clogged condition
in the bowels can be quickly re-
lieved by using Prickly Ash Bit-
ters. It is preeminently effi-
cient in such ailments.—C. G.
Moody, Special Agent. Adv.
Dock Dockery, who has just re-
turned from Muskogee where he had
served a term for bootlegging, was
arrested yesterday morning charged
with administering a thrashing and is
now in jail again. On the public road
is the place for such negroes.
Denison Walker, one of the
greatest Choctaws in the coun-
ty, was in Monday and request-
ed we tell the people he was still
living and had a good crop and
would be ready to go to war
R. D. Earl, of Morrilton, Ark., was
in the city Monday and Tuesday, the
guest of his brother, Judge John C.
Earl. Mr. Earl is a prominent mer-
chant and cotton buyer of his home
town. He exhibited some photos of
his fine apple orchard near Morrilton.
STAVE BOLTS WANTED—
Delivered at my factory in Ida-
bel. $8.00 per cord for red oak,
$12.00 per cord for white oak
that will make whiskey staves.
—J. T. BLACKMAN. 1 mo.
The services at the Christian church
conducted by Rev. L. J. Jackson is
being largely attended and some ex-
cellent gospel sermons are being
delivered by him. Go hear him. He
is an able exponent of the bible and
the gospel truth is being told to you
as laid down in the book.
ELECTRIC LIGHT CONSUMERS
It it absolutely necessary that you pay your
bill on or before the 10th, in order that
we may meet oar obligations, as owing to the
scarcity and high price of fuel, and all other
operative material, we mast have oar money
on time, or we cannot furnish you with current
Idabel Light and Fuel Company
Anodyne—Kills pain, stops pu- j ^roni Saturday till Monday,
trefaction. Adv. Mrs. J- A. Andrews and little
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Short, of hte/„^rriv®d h°™..^Lnda;v
Garvin, motored to this city
L. D. Schoonmaker, of Miller-
ton, was a visitor to this city
Mrs. Tom Allen and children
left Sunday for a visit with rela-
tives at Powers, Arkansas.
Enforcement Officers L. A.
Neese and Jackson, of Hugo,
were in the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams
departed Monday for a visit at
Mount Pleasant, Texas.
A. J. Pace, one of the prosper*
ous farmers of the Shults vicin-
ity, was in town Monday.
No. 666 will cure Chills and
Fever. It is the most speedy
remedy we know. Adv.
Mrs. Nell Thomas, of Fort
Towson, passed through the
city Sunday, enroute home from
a visit with her mother at Gill-
•ham, Ark. Mrs. Thomas form-
from a few weeks visit with rel
atives in Tennessee.
Fred Mitchell, of Paris, Tex.,
was a visitor to this city Sun-
day. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell are
moving to Hugo from Paris.
Miss Myrtle Tabb. saleslady at
the Grand Leader, is taking her
vacation and left Monday for Mt.
Pleasant, Texas, to visit her par-
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Trigg, of
Valliant, were visitors to this
city Monday. Mr. Trigg gave
us a page ad for the McCurtain
County Fair catalogue.
Mrs. Ed Stewart and children,
of Columbus, Ark., arrived in
the city Sunday, for a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
A drowsy, half-sick, discour-
aged feeling is caused by a tor-
pid liver and impurities in the
stomach and bowels Prickly Ash
Bitters is a prompt and efficient
erly worked as saleslady for the i remedy. Try it.—C. G. Moody,
Grand Leader in Idabel. | Special Agent. Adv.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
To get the maximum of service from
your Ford car, it must have careful attention
from time to time; a little “tunning up” to
keep it running smoothly always adds to its
power and endurance. To be assured of the
bqst mechanical service and the use of gen-
uine Ford materials, bring your car here
where you get practical Ford experience,
and the.regular Ford parts. Ford prices,
fixed by the company, are the same every-
where. Touring Car $360, Runabout $345,
Sedan $645, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595—
all f. o. b. Detroit. On display and for sale
- W. A. LOFTIN,
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