McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 3, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 5, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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dred and nineteen, u nd no penalty for
non payment shall attach until after
said first Monday In April nineteen
hundred and nineteen.
SECTION 2. EMERGENCY.
APPROVED THIS THE 21ST DAY
•IOF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1919.
J. H. A. ROBERTSON',
jovernor of the State of Oklahoma.
IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR
BEFORE YOU BEGIN PLOWING
WE HANDLE THE FAMOUS
STORK BRAND FERTILIZERS
Buy Now Before Its Too Late
INCREASE YOUR YIELD
United Oil Mills
J. R. WHITTHORNE
The Gazette has received the fol-
lowing new subscribers this week:—
George Kirk, Idabel.
M. B. Jumper, Idabel.
Henry Moore, Idabel.
K. W. Tiner, Idabel.
S. Bea-1, Boss.
K. C. Babery, Broken Bow.
Mrs. T. H. Eyster, Los Afigeles
J. H. Cobb, Idabel.
R. M. Lewis, Idabel.
Lee Stovall, Bethel.
A. J. Marshall, Idabel.
T. H. Pope, Idabel.
G. W. Dallas, Shawneetown.
G. N. Parish, Broken Bow.
W. P. Wilson, Broken Bow.
Matt Brady, Idabel.
O. N. Bledsoe, Idabel.
B. E. Ralls, Goodwater.
| Buick, Hudson,
I The Best Lines on the Market
■ #! Accessories
j Rush Motor Car Co. j
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED. (Col.) Idabel.
j w- N. Bruner and Liza Campbell,
The following marriage licenses Wright.
have been issued since the Oth of last] Sam Bridgman and Miss Bertha
month:— ! Went, Millerton.
Clarence Robinson and Miss Susie! Wallace Willis and Sophia Hendcr-
Shields, Shults. > son, Kullituklo.
Dave Jones and Bessie Green, Bro-j A. T. Gardner and Mrs. Minnie
ken Bow. j DaWs, Millertop.
Aaron Ebahotubbi and Lena Wat- 1 Jason Buchanan, Millerton, and
son. Watson. j Mrs. Bessie Bulloch, Valliant.
George Lee Clardy and Ella Waner. | Louis Atwell, Broken Bow, and
Mrs. Janie Pittnian, Valliant.
George Henderson and Dessie Gar-
Isaac Carter anil Ida Logan, (col.)
The Story of Man's
THE promise of the Redeemer, the birth of
Christ and his mission of healing; the estab-
lishment of the Kingdom of God upon the Earth,
the preaching of the Gospel and the Ascension;
the Christian belief in the resurrection of the body,
and the triumph of the redeemed.
Such is the story of that magnificent oratorio,
The Messiah—the wonderful story of Mans Re-
demption. It appeals to the loftiest human senti-
ment, and to universal religious devotion.
The great arias from The Messiah—y.ou can feel
theii wonderful, exalting inspiration in your own
home if you own
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fortunate enough to hear them in person.
F. S. McKAY
Hosea A. Kay, Dale, Okla., and Mis
Mr.:rt'ic B. Harper, Boktuklo.
j W. A. Cole and Miss Alice Pearl
i Moscley, -Broken Bow.
| William Henry Inge and Miss Del-
| mar Caldwell, Valliant.
I Gladys McCarty and Miss Mabel
Cain, Cerro Gorda, Ark.
II. R. King, Ardmore, and Miss
| Gertrude Brown, Idabel.
i Clyde Holman, Aniarillo, Texas, and
! Miss Vera Conditt, Idabel.
| Eldridge McKinsey, Eason, Texas,
and Mrs. Bell Franks, Tom.
j Calvin Williams and Miss Maudie
j Albert Coulson, Wright, and Miss
Bessie Olive Robbins, Broken Bow.
Tom Perymore and Miss Stela My-
j Lester Brown, Hope, Ark., and Miss
I Lona Foster, Idabel.
| J. R. Martin and Mrs. Mary Tvler
Lee Grant Porter and Betsie Burris.
Guy Nichols and Miss Pearl Ester
A. C. Gillihan, Broken Bow, and
Miss Lovie Packnett, Eagletown.
Jno. Stevens and Malinda Mabry,
George Mayhall and Miss Ozie
C. M. Chamberlain, Sartoga, Ark.
and Miss Ethel Lee Auld, Haworth.
Henry Love, Odell, and Miss Dixie
Edgar Hampton, Ida, and Miss Lois
Charley Hill and Ada Redburn. Ida-
j House Bill No. 20 By H. D. Henry
AN ACT EXTENDING THE TIME
I OF PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES
1 DUE NOVEMBER, THE FIRST,
[ NINETEEN HUNDRED AND EIGH-
I TEEN; AND DECLARING AN
j be it enacted by the peg-
!ple of the state of okla-
SECTION 1. That the time of pay-'
nient of the first half of all taxes I
due the State of Oklahoma on the j
first day of November, nineteen hun-!
dred and eighteen, is hereby extended I
to the first day of March, nineteen hun- j
dred and nineteen, and the said taxes!
shall he due and payable on said date, i
Sai I taxes shall become delinquent on
the first Mnoday in April following!
Si" ' first lla>' ct March, nineteen l.un-1
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First pub. Feb. 2G Out March 2<T
IN DISTRICT COURT.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, County of
A. J. Ervin, plaintiff, vs. Minnie Er-
Said defendant Minnie Ervin will
take notice that she has been sued in
the above named court for absolute
divorce and must answer the petition
filed therein by said plaintiff on or
before the 9th day of April, A. D.,
1919, or said petition wil be taken as
true, and a judgment for said plain-
tiff in said action for absolute di-
vorce will be rendered accordingly.
F. M. Brookes, Court Clerk.
By W. L. Axton, Deputy.
J. A. Andrews, Attorney for Plain-
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First pub. Feb. 22 Out March 8
ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION
TO SELL REAL ESTATE.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, County of
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of E. P.
The petition of Augusta Graydon,
as a judgment creditor of the estate
of E. P. Rankin, deceased, having been
presented to this court, praying that
an or<jer be made, authorizing and di-
recting the administrator of said es-
tate to sell the whole, or so much
and such parts of the real estate de-
scribed in said petition, as the court
shall judge necessary and beneficial at
public sale; and it appearing to the
court from such petition, that it is
necessary to sell the whole, or some
portion of such real estate for the
purpose an«l reasons mentioned in said
petition; therefore said petition is or-
dered filed herein and the time ap-
pointed for hearing the same.
And it is hereby ordered by the
court that the 22nd day of March,
1919, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.,
of said day, that being a day of the
regular March term 1919 of this court
be, and the same is appointed as the
time when all persons intersted in
said estate are directed and required
to appear before this court to show
cause why an order should not be
granted to said petitioner, to sell all
or so much of the real estate of said
decedent as is necessary, and is furth-
er ordered that a copy of this order
be posted in three public places in Mc-
Curtain county, one of which shall be
at the court house in Idabel, and u
copy served on administrator of said
estate, and it is further ordered that
!a copy of this order be published two
successive weeks in the McCurtain Ga-
zette a legal newspaper published in
McCurtain county, Oklahoma.
Given under my hand as judge of
McCurtain county. Oklahoma, this the
20th day of February, 1919.
(Seal) J. D. PARKS,
Claude P. Springs, Attorney for Pe-
First Pub. Feb. 12. Out Mar 1°
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, MrCurtain
In District Court.
Rosa Thornton, Plaintiff,\ s. Garland
Said defendant Garland Thornton,
will take notice that he has been sued
i«i the above named court for absolute
divorce and must answer the petition
filed therein by said plaintiff on oi*
before the 26th, day of March, A. D..
1919, or said petition will be taken as
true, and a judgment for said plain-
tiff in said action for absolute divorce
will be rendered accordingly.
Dated this the 10th, dav of Febru-
F. M. BROOKES Court Clerk,
Bv W. L. AXTON Deputy.
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