The Jet Visitor (Jet, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1918 Page: 3 of 6

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THE JET VISITOR
URSEL FINCH Publisher
Vol IS Oct 10 1018 VoL 26
Entered In the malls at Jet Okla
aa second class mall matter Pub
licatlon day Thursday Adv rates
16c per single ool Inch locals sc
per line Subscription 1100 per
year to subscribers living In Al-
falfa county 1150 per year to all
others
Idle dollars are pro-German '
Are you keeping up with your
pledges as to War Savings Stamps?
With the surrender of Bulgaria
and Turkey on the edge of inter-
national war and practically giving
up it looks as though the war
would be over this year Austria
is in a bad way and would quit any
time if she thought she dared to do
so Germany has already said that
-she would consider peace terms but
of course would not give up the
placing of the kaiser at St Helena
and establishing a republican form
of government
Here is another case where Col
Roosevelt’s ideas aler absolutely
right in our opinion In his Kansas
City speech the other day he said
that the plan of the war depart-
ment of sending eighteen and nine-
teen year old boys to a military
school with the avowed Intention
of making officers out of them is
wrong That there are men now in
the ranks and at the front with
good educations and who have had
actual experience who should be
given the preference when it comes
to advancement- of this kind And
he is right
LET WELL ENOUGH ALONE
RE-ELECT DUCK T MORGAN
"Let well enough alone" is a
saying applicable to the every day
affairs of life But it is equally sen-
sible in political matters It should
be followed by the voters of the
8th congressional district in the
election of a congressman We
have a good man in congress and
his name is Dick T Morgan He
should be and will be elected by
the largest majority that he has
ever received
NOTICE
Special price for 40 days on 100
9 C Red Cockrels hatched from
our best pen of extra good winter
laying hens Good color and type
hearty and vigorous Some of these
birds are well worth from $500 to
$1000 each Price $150 to $2 50
each
T C BENEDICT
Phone J-515
Jet Oklahoma
School Tablets at the Unique gc
each
Cold Drinks and Ice Cream at
the Unique
The Mandel plays five ten-inch
record from one winding See end
bear it at the Unique
riw
by
thrift
nyWar
Saving
Stamps
HELPI SAVE! PROSPER!
You can get six months more wear out of those Old Shoes by j
having them half-soled and thereby not only save $3 to $5 but of
vastly more importance you release a pair of shoes for a soldier
And that Old Harness I Have it put in shape for more use
S P LANCE Harness and Shoe Shop
McDaniel likes the mud
Dear Jet Folks:
-I am getting along fine with
camp life and don’t see anything
that is apt to bother me much ex-
cept this awful Texas mud On ac-
count of it I wish I could get
transferred to any other camp for
I don’t think it could be any worse
than this one
We are under a heavy 'quarantine
on account of the Spanish Influen-
za and pneumonia There are a
great many cases of it here but not
many out of Company G We ere
all sprayed in the nose and mouth
every night and morning to waid
it off And they cut us down from
eight to five men to a tent
Company G is the picked com-
pany of the detention camp for we
won in passing review over all the
other twelve companies We even
did better than Company S and
hat company has had six months
trainihg
We have had several eight mile
hikes and I have taken all of them
without having to fall out but the
last one sure tired me for after re
turning we drilled for forty min-
utes before dinner then drilled all
afternoon and then went on guard
at 6 o’clock in the evening at the
-ate of two hours on and four off
for twenty four hours I wouldn’t
take my big shoes off to rest my
tired feet but the next day hap-
pened to be Sunday and we didn’t
drill
The other three boys who came
with me from Alfalfa county are
still In company G
Only one is- still in the same
tent with me and we wouldnt be
together if we' hadn't done some
tall managing
xWe have fairly good meals and
as a rule plenty of it I have gained
seven pounds and it is not from
laying around and doing nothing
for we have drilled nearly every
day and some days it has been real
drilling and hiking
I have heard that we may be
here for three months yet and
then again that we class A men
would be sent to Fort Sill
I never did - wish anybody any
hard luck but I do wish some of
the Jet boys had been sent here
for believe me when a fellow is in
a place where he doesn’t know any-
one he sure wishes for some person
with whom he can talk over the
past present and future
The best paper that come to
Camp Bowie is the Jet Visitor
and when I get it I read it all and
then read it again for fear I might
have overlooked something v
With best wishes to all
ORVAL M MCDANIEL
Co G Det Camp Camp Bow’e
Texas
LIBERTY LOAN PICTURES
Manager Hinshaw of the Savoy
Informs us that in addition to his
regular program he will on three
nights add three subjects sent out
by the Fourth Liberty loan com-
mittee These subjects will be
as follows:
October 12th "Building for De-
mocracy” October 15th "Edith’s ’ Victory"
These are in addition to the
regular program
PUBLIC SALE
Chas M George will have a pub-
lic sale next Friday October 18th
and will move to his farm near Ft
Morgan Colorado
LEGAL NOTICES
a
Friends of the Visitor who have
occasion to publish legal advertise-
ments in settlement of estates or
other probate matters oT in cases
In the district court will do this
paper a favor by directing their at
torneys or the county official having
such matters in charge to have
such publication made in the Jet
Visitor
Records and needles for sale et
the Unique
- Bonds speak louder than words
STATEMENT
of the Ownership Management eto
required by the Act of Congress ef
Aug 24 mi of the Jet Visitor pub-
lished weekly at Jet Oklahoma for
Oct 1 ISIS
State of Oklahoma '
County of Alfalfa ss
Before me a Notary Public In and
for the State and County aforesaid -personally
appeared llrsel Finch who
having been duly sworn according to
law deposes ana says that he Is the
Publisher of the Jet Visitor and that
the following Is to the best of his
knowledge and belief a true state-
ment of the ownership management
etc of the aforesaid publication for -the
date shown In the above caption:
1 That the name and address of
the publisher editor managing editor
and business manager Is Uracl Finch
Jet Okla
2 That the sole owner is Ursel
Finch Jet Okla
2 Thst the mortyatce Is the Bank of Jet Jet
Okla
(Signed) UKSLL FINCH '
Publisher
Sworn to end ert''-rMid before me
this 25th day of Sept 1918
' T E WALTf N
(Seal) Notary Public
My commission expires Dec 21 1921
EX THE JUSTICE COURT OF AL-
FALFA COUNTY BEFORE G
W MONYHUN A JUSTICE OF
THE PEACE IN AND FOll THE
CITY OF CHEROKEE OKLA
The Grant Billingsly Fault Co
Plaintiff
vs
D W Marks Defendant
PUBLICATION NOTICE
Stato of Oklahoma to D W Murks
Greeting:
You will take notice that you
have been sued in the above named
court for the sum of $4447 with
Interest tbereon at the rate of 6
per cent from Aug 1 1918 and
must answer the bill of particulars
filed therein by said plaintiff on or
before 10 o’clock a m Saturday
the 19th of Oct 1918 or sai'd b'll
of particulars will be taken as true
and a judgment for said plaintiff
will be rendered against you for tbs
sum of $4447 with interest tbere-
on at the rate of 6 per cent from
Aug 1 1918 and the costs of this
action And a further judgment
sustaining the garnishment therein
had and granted
G W MONYHUN
dustlce of the Peace
Ira A Hill’
Attorney for Plaintiff 3t
CITY BARBER SHOP
Your patronage solicited
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Orders taken for Tailor
made Clothing ‘
Agent for Enid Steam Laundry
LT NIXON 1
Before-the-war prices on school
tablets at the Unique 5c each
As I am expecting to be called to the colors I will sell at public sale at the Hieronymus
farm formerly the Powell farm 3 miles south and 2 miles east of Jet on
SATURDAY October 12 1918
16
commencing at 1 P M Sharp the following described property:
Head of Horses
10 Head of Cattle
1 bay Mare 9 yrs old wt 1200 pounds
in foal
1 bay Horse 6 years old wt 1150 lbs
1 sorrel Mare 4 yrs old wt 1200 lbs
colt by side
1 grey Mare 3 years old wt 1300 lbs
in foal
1 grey Horse 3 years old wt 1200 lbs
1 brown Mare smooth mouth and colt
1 bay Filly
1 black Mare 10 years old wt 1200 lbs
colt by side
1 bay Mare 6 years old wt 1000 lbs
1 sorrel Colt 2 years old
2 bay Colts yearlings -
1 sorrel Mare 2 years old
1 roan Horse 3 years old
1 Red Poll Cow 4 yrs old good milker
1 brindle Cow 2 yrs old good milker
1 roan Cow 6 yrs old good milker
1 red Cow 6 yrs old good milker
1 red Cow 7 yrs old good milker
1 steer Calf yearling
1 heifer Calf yearling
2 heifer Calves
1 Shorthorn Bull 2 years old
1 single row Sled 1 Harrow
3 sets of Work Harness
2-3 of 20 acres Kafir Corn
in stack
1 Studebaker Auto 7-pass
Other Articles Not Listed
TpmR All sums of $10 and under cash on sums over $10 a credit of 6 months time will
HI® be given to purchaser giving bankable note to draw 7 per cent interest from date
3 per cent discount for cash on sums over $10 No property to be removed until settled for
W E
BANK OF JET Clerk
Broom Owner
7 BURGESS & LACY Aucts
PROGRAM
Saline Township Sunday School
Convention
5
to be held at Lakevisw church one
mile east and six miles north of
Jet Sunday October 13 1918
Sunday school 10:00 a m
Song service 11 a m led by Bro
Collins
Prayer and Praise service 1110
W M Jett
Address J C Lappln
NOON
Opening service song 130 Bro
Collins
Welcome address S H Willey
'Response R W Bell
"The Religious Life of the S A"
H C Jett
Song Mrs Sheldon
"Our Field and Our Needs” S
W Tucker and W S Hockenberry
Remarks by C H Hash county
secretary
“'Duty of Teach to Class” T J
Jett A C Dunavant
Song Service Bro Collins
"Relation of Minister to 8 S'
W M Lambert E F Collins
4:00 p m Reports of Sunday
Schools
All Sunday schools are asked to
dismiss that day and attend this'
convention There will be a big
basket dinner and a big spiritual
feast for all
E B RIDGWAY Proa
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Finch, Ursel. The Jet Visitor (Jet, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1918, newspaper, October 10, 1918; Jet, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1713227/m1/3/ocr/: accessed April 18, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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