McCurtain Gazette (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 31, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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Published Semi-Weekly by the Ga-
zette Prinitng Company
Entered at the Postoffice at Idabel,
Oklahoma, as second class mail
Subscription $2.00 Per Year in Ad-
"To many killings in McCurtain' Get behind the free fair boys and
county" said a stranger to us the let's make it a good one. The farm-
other day. We told him the people lg from every section should have
W. J. OLD, Editor and Manager
were all so prosperous here they had
to have some kind of amusement to
spend their money. Back in these
old states where the people never
leave home only when Ringling Bros,
circus comes to the county seat hence
they had no time to kill folks. Here
we mix and mingle, trade horses,
I play ball, sell land and kill a few fel-
I lows to make room for the more pro-
gressive citizens. We never iallow
a sample of their products on hand
for this is a bumper crop year, and
the exhibits will make a fine show-
ing at home for our county and then
it will go to the Oklahoma state fair.
Get busy and begin to save up the :
best products. Never mind about the
catalogue to show you the premiums, 1
it will be out some time this fail.
OUR NEW HOME
the moss to grow too long on a citi-1 Oklahoma City is behind with
zens back. Come to Idabel, McCur-
tain county, the town that does
. j County, Treasurer R. C. Oldham
Below we give our rate card for
advertising which is as follows: , , .
Display ads, per inch 25c j mgS'
Display ad on front page, perj Wasn't that a fine rain and won't | gave us the delinquent personal tax
inch 8£>c|it m^e corn and cotton? The farm-, list this time and he said, "its keen
Local readers, per line — 5ciers should be happy and they should
No local will be inseretd for less than! mak<} our exhibits at the fair this
- i^'ear the Jriggest and best ever here
Want Ads, per line
No ad taken for less than 25c.
before. Let's have the farmers
from all over our county come and
The above prices will be charged to)camp and enjoy the timfc HaVe some
everybody except those who have al-|
ready yearly contracts with this pa-j entertam them.
GAZETTE PRINTING CO.
Let's have a social
The Red River County Fair will
open wide its gates in September and
there's going to be a show of home
grown and home made products
worth while. County fairs are busi
ness builders; they bring town and
country closer together and cement
the bonds of friendship between
them. They show to the world the
possibilities of the community
rivet the eyes of the world upon the
country and upon the advantages the
country offers to the investor and the
home seeker. The Red River County
Fair is an established institution, and
its importance should be recognized,
and its influence strengthened more
and more—Red River (Tex.) News.
mingling of all the people that will
make every one feel Idabel is the
greatest place in southeast Oklaho-
ma. The Gazette will make an effort
to get the premium list that you may
know what inducements are offered.
and those sub-heads are the thing."!
The people will see it too, which will I
save the sheriff many hard days rid-j
ing. They are coming in every day j
and paying off. The right kind of |
publicity takes with the people.
We are informed by A. J. Pace,
who purchased land in the Rio
Grande Valley that all the talk of
the purchasers being faked is a mis-
take. We are glad this is the case
for we would dislike for anyone toj
' , . I lose on a land deal. How did all this
The Gazette is the peoples paper,' star(. Who ^ ft? (
always has been ever since it was I
first established fourteen years ago,| There .g gome telk of a change in
always will be, whether run by thw|the Bankhead Highway Route. This,
same editor or some other good man. wi]1 nQt materia]ly effect Idabel.'
Its name is a household word. Ask|However> fhe peop,e wanted to ^ I
some of the candidates who have what wag gojng on and whflt
made a thorough canvas of this, changeg antici ted We believe the
county. One candidate said to us, ^ route shou]d be fol,owed
he was surprised at the number ofj _________
homes in the far back parts of the .
! This is our last issue before you J
We will be closed all day Tuesday,
August 3rd, on account of Primary
Election. Vote us your banking busi-
county reading the Gazette," and he |
said, "they swear by it, too." That's!
why the little jerk waters bark at it
cast your vote for the various candi- i
dates. Let your vote be cast with-1.
We are truly glad the primary is
over. We hope we have made no en-
emies and if we have, we can't help
it and are very sorry of it. It's hard
for a newspaper man to exist at best
You know a small dog will bark at out Prejudice/, V°te for the ™en
Mr. Oliver, secretary of the Cham-
ber of Commerce says, the Chamber
you think will make a good officer.
It's time for the county estimate to 11
appear and its important the people. 5
see it. But how many will see it ? j I
Wonder if it had to go to Oklahoma jI
City to be set up in type? i
—.j t v_ .. ^ . . of Commerce had nothing to do with
and for him to turn away advertis- . .. . _ .
■ i , • , ,, . ; the printing of the fair catalogue
mg against his friends would not be , , , , ...
• , . ... and that they advocated "keep your
justice to himself and the public, so , , ,, _ . ———*
„ l j . , , work at home. Then in that event, i*
he has . hard row to hoe anyway be; ^ ^ „f CmmK^ „ doinK: O. R- Thrav«, Democrat, cmji. j
JTlI' Sh 1 w111* * If Idabel builds up liat« 'or Corporation Commission. |
hears false accusations made against ., . . . . ; ————— ~
the men he is going to vote for, but; }hey together and work,
acres of land i
he dares open his mouth. Wouldn't! ' a S a ways een ur miies from Idabel, red gravelly soil, j I
it be a great thing if the entire pub- 1 ——35 acres in cultivation, good improvfe- |
lie had their mouth so sealed as an
... , D , , . ,. , j There will be no flies on us if our
editor; cut here goes wishing the1 ... particulars, see
*nHr„ ^ „..Jchoice in the p"mary,s lost- " o
ments. Price reasonable. For full 11
TI FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Idabel, Okla.
McCurtain County's Oldest Bank
entire field a good vote and that our
friends will be elected.
jvote and help elect the ticket nomi-i®trry
'nated. ' lph°"« 321-
I. W. LACY, De- j
Idabel, Oklahoma. |
Vote for Judge Parks for re-election County Judge. He is a winner.
We have tried Parks and know him to he our friend. The poorest man isi
McCurtain County gets the same consideration in Judge Parks' court as the law-
yer. doctor, real estate man or banker, in fact all things equal, we arc favored.
\^e can go into his office in our overalls and he knows lis, in fact he is one of
our class. He does not plav society, therefore he will not get that vote, he w ill be
elected by the laboring class.
You always find him in his office, ready and willing to transact business, vou
do not have to hire a lawyer in order to go into Parks" court to transact business.
We hope that every farmer in McCurtain County will take his wife with him and
go to the polls Tuesday and vote to keep our friend in office for two more years.
BEW ARE OF CAMPAIGN LIES AT THE LAST MINUTE.
This ad is contributed and paid for by the farmers of White Township.
G. W. SCOGGINS,
L. D. DOWNS,
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Old, W. J. McCurtain Gazette (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 31, 1920, newspaper, July 31, 1920; Idabel, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99737/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.