The Logan County News (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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Over the Covarvt>
f mourn- they enjoyed nice ntrm
in* for thirty-Uy. in token u».oU, con...t.ng of ^odw.che*.
f AC TORY ADDRESS".
allen motor eft.
Rose Hill Ituna
Those who visited at the Bruce
Ounard home iftit Sunday were
H. Medglin and wife, and Ke» fcl
Ro* uml faiuily ul Crtscent
There was no preaching la»t
Sunday at Koae Bill od account
o( the rain.
Myrtle Phelpa viaited with
Bertha Hooter last Sunday
William A.iamn has joined the
army and ia now at Fort SilL
Charley Johnson and family
v(sited last Sunday with their
daughter, M re Wolfifger, near
Mr. Wearing of near Lovell ia
threshing in the neighborhood.
A fine rain we had on Sunday
and Sunday night.
lambert Hudspeth and wife
visited at the W W. Phelps home
K«eol»ed 4 That these reso
Icecream and cake werej|u|jong ^ puoiished in The L«o-
L,e enjoyed a ^an County News and a copy be
sent to the family of the deceas-
and wife of ed neighUir, and spread on the
Thurs minutes of this camp.
J. P. Good
Roy L Hollidaj
B. P. Kstill
tee cream and calte
served and every
good eociJ time.
Crescent apentthe day
day at the home of Mrs Good-
hue's parents. J. C and Mrs
Miss Elva Stephen has been
contined to her bed for several
days with an attack of appendi-
Edith Batchelorreturned home S,rs cjauje Myers went to
from Covington Saturday, where Wednesday to visit her
she has been since the 5th of siateri Mrs. Sam. Strite.
y" Mrs. Jesse McGuire was a
Mr. England on Saturday pur- (;uthrie visitor Wednesday,
chased p. Victrola for his daugh
Mrs Minnie Powell and daugh
ter9' iter, Mrs. Hornet Elliott were
± OIL AM) (IAS NEWS t
VERS A'-l) BR0KE8S
SHjfl he PATRIOTISM
ni t r;ia
Mr and Mrs. Mell Barr were
Guthrie visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. Barr li»d her tonsils re
Frank Bone snd family, Joe
J. T. Phelps and family visited | Gray and fam.ly and Mr. and
at the Henry Hedglin home last
The Misses Martha and Pearl
Adams visited Miss Bertha Hoo-
ver, last Sunday.
Mr. Hirold Cofflo visited » few
days last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs C. Coffin.
Rev. E. P. Roe and f&rnilv call-
ed at the Henry Hedglin home
la*I Sunday evening.
Mr and Mrs C. K Hudspeth
kiic ti W. W Phelps" jAit >at-
Mrs Kinehart took Sunday din
ner at the John Edwards home
Several of the boys from this
neighborhood weut t<> Guthrie
this week to he exam neil for the
Mr. and Mrs Stalderand Mrs
Young were Oklahoma City, vis
itorn Thursday and took in the
Zee Vincent and wife spent
the dav Sunday at the home of
•■is brother, Harrison and famiij
11 h I
nkinc tliat lie h*.- any set-
■u\e» Ti e fa. t I* til:.I l>«- dues 1
ike anV cotniuisgion whatever
ilit; lhe>*. war bon'ift Oil lb*?
v. .ill the work that a baiikf-r ;
umlenakes in touneitiun
S'it. - I.itx-rt) Bond !
ts any cUu
A much needed raiti fell here
Mrs. Rogers and son Louie,
visited in Crescent Monday.
W. K. Sebring and family vis-
ited at Willie Sebrings, Wednes
Goldie Rigdon spent Thurs-
day night it Win. Rigdon's
Mrs. D H Gibson and daugh-
ter, Hsttie visited last week at
the Rogers home.
Alfred Rigdon accid ently shot j
biwself in the knee last week
while trying to kill a saunK lie Whereas
Get kt dJy
Now is the time that your hens
will moult or abed their feath
era. This process is rather slow
and Nature should be assisted
B. A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy
will help your hens mouit caus-
tbem to shed earlier and be ready
to lay when eggs are highest in
the winter. If this remedy does
not make good, we will.— Powell
Resolutions Of Respect
The following resolutions
adopted by the Modern Woodmen
of America, C'amp No 70^1 at
Crescent, Utfla.. Aug Till li'17.
Guthrie visitors. vVednesday
Will Gathers was a Guthrie
Mr. and Mrs. John Gool went
to Edmond, Wednesday to visit
the Utters sin and family.
Elben Stephens has been quite]
sick this week with an attack of i
Mrs F. P. Sade is on the sick
list this week.
The Santa Fe railroad com-
pany are sending out literature
urging the farmers to raise
more wheat Thei plea is to give
or tight' Produce or go to the
front: Be a patriot and not a
slacker' Substantially to assist
in supporting >ur armies, navies
anil homes by providing plenty
of foods. Is without question, "the
second line of defense " The
wheat farmer must do his part
to win the war, and this ran be
done by producing the largest
wheat crop on record next year.
was later taken to the hospital at
Guth rie, where the tiiial sum
mons osme. Interment was made
m the banner cemetery, Sunday
Mrs. Rogers and Mrs liibson,
apent Friday with Patsy Walker
Mrs Walter GragR of Guthrie'
visited last week at the T. W.
Claude Sebring and family and
Mrs Tarry and children of Guth-
rie are visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Lillie Forney spent last
week in Crescent with her sister,
who was tjuile sick
The following officers and mem
l>ers of the Masonic order, came
out Tuesday evening and confer
red the third degree for the local
order here. D. A Rninsbu'g.
Chas A Ling. D C. Campbell,
Otto Feathering !. B 0. Johns
A G. Gibbens, F. A. Derr, L> S
Mitchell and Wm Schallenburg
Two local men t o the Masters
of busin- s
l ieu ho«i fir. patriot ism ihau H at
• th.b-'e.l : rf <-nt weeks by the b.jit
er- and broker- The federal govsT.-
ment is under gr> at obligati- !i t >
them for 'lie high spirit of public du*>
lhe> ba\p shown, for the enthus; ism
they hue inardfe-ted in familiarizlnf
the i jb!;. »i!h I'nited Slates I.iberty
1'ouds anJ in eni araging people to
If you hare not yet ordered *our
I'nited State* Liberty Bonds, see your
banker or your broker today. And re-
member that in handling your order
he is working unselfishly for Ameri-
can honor and for the permanence of
j liberty on earth.
OON'T BE If HMD OF BONDS:
THEY'RE LIKE GOLD COIN
Don't get scared wJjen anybody says
"bonds." One reason why most peo-
ple know very little about bonds is f
that usually they cost around II 1 i
sach, anJ you and 1 di'n't buy Jl.ouO j
things every day But our United '
States is now is-uing United States I
Liberty Bonds that cost a> low as J50.
»nd It's high time now to learn that a 1
bond Is the safest investment on earth |
On the 1'tilted States Liberty Bond
)oU get 8li per cent Interest, payable !
every June 15 and Dec 15. and aba !
jou get your entire principal back
United States Liberty Bonds are cer-
tain to become as numerous In the
United States a.« gold pieces They
will have a wide and ready sale. Any
time you need money, you can take
your bond to the bank and get It.
There Isn't a real estate dealer any-
where, or an automobile maker, or a
grocer who wouldn't be just as glad to
take a United States Liberty Bond as
be would to receive gold coin.
If you haven't already ordered your
United States Liberty Bonds, see your
banker or your broker today.
Rankin Wilson, Agent
All tresspassers are hereby
notitied to keep off of my piem-
ises, and take the public road
U. F Ryland
Notice to Creditors
' IN T1IK MATTER OF THIS
Jens Jiicobson lata of
the town of Crescent, County of
Ligan, State of Oulahoma. de
All persona having claims
against said Jens Jacobson, de
As you can your fruit remcm ceased, are required to present
tit the Met ....iist Hospital;the same, with the necessa.y
claims iU sh,r-. The Ho.piUl vouchers to the undersigned.
will ship to the local committee,
one hundred and fifty empty j*rs
and will collect the fru't about
the first of September. Let us
make the fruit shower agener
Oldfashioned burr ground corn
meal manifactured by the Guth-
rie Cotton oil Company. The
best to be had. We also do
custom grindine. 1 Ttf
duly appointed and qualified Ad-
ministrator of the kst°te of said
deteasid, at The Farmers and
Merchants Bann in the Town of
Cri scent, County of Logan and
State of Oklahoma, within four
months of the date heretf.or the
name will be forever barred.
Dated the 26th day of July
■4 year old.
-Good Jersey cow,
Inquire of Lewis
sale or trad".—H
Allen car for
H. Carson. 2t
America is free. Her people are !
free. You are free to buy or not to
bu^ United States Liberty Bonds. But
vou aren't free to wear a 1 nited
States Liberty Bond button unless you
uwn *t least one I ulted States Lib-
Another good i»in came last
Wednesday, which was much
Archie Channel snd Mr. K ce
were U»th under the doctor's
care the first of the week
Cliflord Ward was a week-end
visitor with relatives at Lovell
A large crowd gathered at the
home of Dave Bransen, Saturday
night to attend an ice cream so
It has pleased AI
j mighty God in 11m Divine Provi
j deuce to remove from our t imp
laud preseuce. our beloved neigh-
| iKir and friend, James C. Miles,
who has been a member of our
camp for ltf years.
Reeolved- 1st That wnile we
miss his presence from our order
and we have lost a tru1 member
of our Camp an.' L«lge, who we
earnestly learned t > love but we
willingly submit to Divine Provi-
Resolved 'J That this Camp
extend to the fumilv of the de-
ceased neightxir our heartfelt
sympathy in their loss, both as
father aud husband, but we rec*
ummend them to God who can
wipe away all sorrow.
LOGAN ( HI NH NKNS
is under nt'\\ management ami will
be operated in the firm belie! that
telephone no. 20.
K L Hubbard, Proprietor j£
KuU»re«l al the i 'reaoeut, Ok la Posl*
ollU'e an second . lass mail matter, for
J. D. STEEL, Prop.
LET IS Fl'RNISH THE AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES YOU
NEED AND YOU WILL HAVE THINGS RIGHT. WE KEEP
THE KIND OF SUPPLIES THAT WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST
OF SATISFACTION AND WE SELL THEM AT THE RIGHT
PRICE. lOU WON'T HAVE ROAD TROUBLES WHEN
YOU BUY YOUR SUPPLIES FROM US.
DEALERS IM * . '
HARDWARE HARNESS & IMPLFMENTS
THE VAIN LOONS
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Hubbard, Ernest L. The Logan County News (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1917, newspaper, August 9, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc287600/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.