The Logan County News (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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A number of the members of
the Bay View Club went to the
new Cimarron I>t 'ulj»e hathing, on
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LOCjIL : NEWS : NOTES
Harry Cannings baby is quits
Walter Post came in Sunday
| from Wintield Kansas
Edward Bachelor left Tuesday
to work near Guthrie.
Mr. and Mrs Tom Hoggessare
back from New Meaico.
John White went to Guthrie
Tuesday to enlist in the navy.
Mrs. Alia Ralston made her
regular trip to Cashion, Tuesday
Mrs. 0. E Brewster went to
Marshall, Tuesday to visit M rs.
Fhern Hart is visiting Mrs
Orval Smith at Arkansas Oitv,
Mrs. Clara Uulse eauie in Tues
day from Nash, where she has
Geo. Wells commenced work
Wednesday at the local Santa Fe
Mrs. A. J. Fields left Wednes-
day to visit her sister and broth-
er at Oilton and Agra.
Quite a large crowd from Cre»
cent attended the picnic near
Mr. and Mrs Jerry Markerof
Oklahoma City are visiting ihe
latters sister Mrs <<eo Martin.
Joe Daugherty of Marshall
■pent ithe day Monday with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Har-
Carl Hewitt has purchased the
Happy Hour Theatre of Toll Tee
ters and took possession Tues-
Curtis Bachelor came home
Tuesday from Covington, where
he has been working for some
Ruby McCutcheon who has
been visiting Blanche Goodwin
returned to her home at Enid,
Mrs. George' Hlo&n and Mrs
Arthur Watkins visited Friday,
with Mrs. George McCammon,
Mrs. M. Ingram received word
Saturday of the death of her
brother, John Fletcher of Mor-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saunders
of Kingtisher. visited on Sunday
with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
K, A. Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiu. Woods and
family attended a birthday din
ner 8unday at Fred Pierson's
east of town.
Mrs. 0. E. Decker came in
from Fairmont, on Wednesday
where she has been working for
Jock Martin came in Monday
from Coats, Kansas, on account
of the illness of his daughter,
Mrs Marsh Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. S. Shep
herd who have been visiting at
the John Good home left Satur
day for Wintield, Kansas
Bob'Brown and family visitei
a few days last week with Tom
Waller at Fairfax, Okla. Chloe
Waller accompanied them home
for a visit.
Mrs. B E. Marshall went to
Guthrie, Tuesday to bring her
baby home from the hospital
where it has been for some time
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Keg ir were
called to ElKeno, Tuesday on ac-
count of the death of his brother
who has been suffering with a
cancer for some time.
Rev. W. T. Euster, secretary
of the Conference Claimant s En-
dowment campaign, wili preach
at the Methodist church next
Sunday morning and will uive
his lecture on his travels in Pal
esline at 8.80 p m. Come and
has been \ isit iny
Millie Shaffer is buildi'ig a new
garage this week. I Mrs. Fannie (Y<
J. K Creek s llttln boy has|lr"n' <>UI:ih»»m:i » ilv
been quite sick this week.
A. L Langston is building
new hay barn on bis farm.
Mrs. H. C. Vincent lias heen
suffering lately with rheumatism
Mrs. D. S. Stoolllre has pur
chased a Dodge car of Aubrey
Fof Sale—Good Jersey cow,
4 year old. Inquire of Lewis
Knialey pd 2t.
Mrs Marsh Smith is reported
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pfrimmer,
Mr. and Mrs. Iiarence Terhune
and Rev. Watson took Sunday
inner Willi M>'s. • Me.
Mrs. Virgil Smith's Sunday
school class gave a dime social at
her home last Thursday afternoon
and all had a very enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holiday,
xnd Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hubbard
were entertained to dinner at Jim
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as being some better at th's 11 [ollidays home Friday, it being
writing. IMrs. Holliday'sbirthday anniver-
Mrs. Robert Lane has been :il v-
suffering with erysiples of the! Mr. and Mr;-. Lee Smith enter-
eye and face. jtained to dinn r Friday evening,
For the best in automobile I ^r-
tires buy a Goodyear at ther""' '• '*'1 mSl dl"
Mr. and Mrs, Zebb Wright
have a ten pound baby bow, born
Will Lane and Geo. Norris took
a load of fruit to Covington and
„ ,, ^ ,, . , Ihera cripple.
S F.Gregg living northwest!
of town is building a now addi-] Mrs. Jennie Martin
tion to bis house.
Quite a numbe" who have been
attending normal at Edmond,
came in Wednesday.
Dick Johnson has purchased a
new Grant roadster six and has
taken the agency for the same.
Powell and Mr.
Marker of Oklahoma
Dr. Butler went to Guthrie
Tuesday to assist Dr. Lovelady
with the operation on Mable
Reins' arm which was broken
last winter and would have left
a well earned vacation. She left
Monday morning for Kinsley,
Scott City and Leavenworth,
Kansas, where she will visit Mrs.
Mollie Phillips, a frieud, Mrs.
Elizabeth Tyler, her mothe- and
Miss Mollie Martin, her daugh
ter From Leavenworth she will
Gladys Smelser of Oklahomalgo to eastern markets to pur-
City came in Wednesday to visit chase her fall hats and take a
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Iconrse in trimming, thence home.
G A. Williams. I T i \r: i r
I Last week Mrs. Wi.l Lane re-
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Baven|C9ive(j ft letter from her daugh
have a nine pound boy, born Fri lfar Mrs. Frank Pfriinm r. of
day, it being tne first boy in theloasa Grande, Arizona, saying
family of live children. I their house had been wrecked by
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hart, Roy a storm. At the time it happen
Holliday and wife, Jim Hollidayjed Mrs. Pfrimmer and twosmall
and wife, spent the day Sunday Ichildren, and h^r sister-in law.
picnicing on the Cimarron. jMrs. Estill house and Imby were
in the house. They heard the
storm coming and grabbed tb
children in their arms, and when
the storm was over, Mrs. Pfrim
. mer found herself, withcnildren
Alfred Rigdon accidently shot I m arnis, sitting on some
himself in the knee while trying!board!*, while Mrs liouse and
to k'll a skunk which was bother I haby lanued under one side of
ing the chickens on Monday 1 the house, all escaped serious in
night. [juries except bruises and slight
Claud Bart, Jim Armstrong, Icuts. Estill liouse house, wli'ch
Magnus Kelso and H. V. Smith was only anout a hundred yards
are taking a ten dav vacation la way was not touched by the
fishing on the Nesho river in I storm
Hoosier KITCHEN Cabinets |
THE SALE STARTS
Saturday, August 4th, 1917 s
Let us developeyour tiliiis, and
make your prints, we will treat |
you right, and do the work
good as anyone Estill Studio. |
E. J. ADAMS, FURNITURE a
The first day may end it-depends on how long our
stock lasts. Act before it is too late. Come in at
once and save $5.00 on your Hoosier.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil liout mot-
ored to Glencoe, to get their
children, who have been visiting
their uncle and aunt Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Chilton.
Don't put off having your photo
work dona at the Estill Studio.
All the best people of Orescent
get their work done here and are
Miss Bertha No!d, of Anthony
Kansas, and Mrs. Ruth Curl\y.
of Billings. Okla., are spending
the week as guests of Miss Alta
Wentworth and other relatives
Carl Lawrence was tendered a
position as assistant trot ball
coach at the Wealeyn University,
at Cameron, Mo., but did not
feel competent of filling the posi
Word has been received here
by Mrs Ralph Freeland that her
mother, Mrs. J. W. W right has
undergone an operation at the
Meriweather Hospitallat Ashville
N. Carolina, and is getting along
Dance Saturday Night
A platform dance will be eiven
on Saturday night at the Joe
Doye Daniel, son of C. H. and
Alice McGuire. was born Jan
uary i!7, 1917 and died July 31,
1917; aged six months and four
days. Christ has said: 'Of
such is the Kingdom of Heayen.'
Slightly used Allen car
sale or trad". — H. H. Carson,
As you can your fruit remem-
ber that the Met'iodist Hospital
claims its shar°. The Hospital
will ship to the local committee,
one hundred and fifty empty jars
and will collect the fruit about
the first of September. Let us
make the fruit shower a gener
ous one. The Committee.
Children WhoStayedFor Church
The pastor of the Methodist
church thinks that the grown up
people should remain lor church
after 8unday school without
special inducement; but when
children stay for the sermon
after Sunday school, when the
thermometer stands »t 100 they
deserve special mention. Last
Monda> evening all those who
had been staying for church were
invited to he parsonage. M ny
of them could not come but
almost two dos'-n were there and
enj >yed games and ice cream on
Mrs. W. B. Patrick, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs J. B.
trick returned to her home in
Oklahoma City, Friday.
YE EDITOR'S TROUBLES
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Waggoner,
of Wellington, Ka»"„ alltl; lhe lawn in the moonlight
Mrs Mac Waggoner, of Billings,'
Okla, Mr and Mrs John Pe'ers
and Mrs. G»o. 0»en of Ashton,
Kansas, spent Sunday as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E
Dont yow need
THINGS (or your
enjoy both of ihese services, they Tibbits,
ill be worth while. I wife.
and A H. Tibbits and
All tresspassers ,are hereby
notified to keep off of my prem-
ises, and take the public road -
B. F. Ryland
The Poor Editor Is holdint: tils
13,.ad. A Merchant has Just Been In
and told him to Ralsell with the Mail
Order houses. The Merchant does not
Believe In Advertising and uses Sta-
tionery furnished by Axle Grease
concern. No Wonder tie Poor Kdl tor
la holding his Head.
»E HAVE TOO MANY LITTLE KITCHEN 'CONVEN-
IENCES "'FOR US TO TRY TO TELL YOU ABOUT THEM
ON PAPER. SO COME INTO-OUR STORE AND LET US
"SHOW" THEM TO YO;'
1 HEY WON'T COST MUCH AND WILL SAVE YOU MANY
STEPS AND MUCH TIME. YOU SPEND SO MUCH TIME IN
1 HE KITCHEN THAT YOU SHOULD LIGHTEN THE WORK
ALL YOU CAN.
OUR KITCHEN THINGS ARE liEST: THEY STAND THE
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Hubbard, Ernest L. The Logan County News (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1917, newspaper, August 2, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc287299/m1/2/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.