McCurtain Gazette (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 29, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 1, 1921 Page: 6 of 8
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county bankers will cross was
met at haworth captured at
last monday hugo monday
tij^d^jjjendance was the ,s charged with assault-
largest in the history ing officer pitts 1 \st
of.the association . friday ns
more than half of the!
states quota was rais- j
ed first day of drive
«2t'i «"h?s:Motiiy It JlZnt of°OffLTm,CT' Ht 0kla!'°°" May
ternoon. The attendance was the lar- brought to the city jail refused T " th<? Christian education
Wrtin the history of the association, right to discus^ anf of the of the Southern Methodist
The visiting members of the asso-! Jding up totheassau a„7thf S f ^ ^ in 0klaho™
nation were taken to Pleasant Hill (means in which he evadMh jfw * md'Cate that about of
in the afternoon for an inspection of! of'the armed mob durint ThurT ^ 1 qU°ta °f ?1'189-000 was
the Belworth Oil Co.'s well, and, „nd Fridav night He tookthe ' J™V" °"e d*y' atcordi ff to R. E.
seemed to be well pleased with tfteitude. on the other hi > # . Morgan, director of the state cam-1
prospects for oil in paying quantities* j insolence ZtnL^kiTTJ^' ^ <>f
A splendid supper was served to connection with the assabkandref.fr 21? u ? mght 8h°WS that man>''
the association at the Bolt Hotel. j ed to testifv to 6 churthes which raised the full
The business meeting was called to! of the investigation^cLmineTw'T ^' T'** a™*? C0U"tries that
bv Costilow, of Broken j Henrv Dr Askew pi.- t o supposed to be financially broke
Bow. The meeting was favored with, per, which might in Stan,-, "We are indeed highly gratified at
an interesting talk by Mr. Hays, of away the whereabout fl ?'™ the Splendi(l work <lone on opening
the Arkansas Valley Trust Co., of Ft. in hiding. °f h" C0,1'a** da>" Director Morgan, i we
smith, Ark. After the transaction of The committa* ™ 8Ie Per^ectly confident that the full
business the association adjourned to vestigation report that'the°Ut '!?" qU°ta b° raised before the cur-
"s "! ,"rl?ht Ci,y - Jul>- 4 k. aa « linth "" d"ve « 8-O.r". i
The'following were present: 0iate(J shack , g ,n thc.des" In a statement issued by Director
Valliant—S. V. Hackworth, Bryan j search but was in hidinl" un I Mor^n's today it was pointed!
siszsr* c -* T - ■ szz .nyr I
Broken Bow-Asa Ponder, J. W. 0f the culprit lie7b* V*? *** that if C8Ch °"e wiU si*n upfor
Costilow. E. M. Tankersle.v, Ben injr to the fl' thatn ow" *r7 the ^1 will be reached. * All S
Lambert and Russell Herndon. j J is that "° one at P*«- the $17 doesn't have to be given in
-W. C. Taylor and H. E-1 most substantial report^no^Ts that bTsVteh ^ Statement said! * can
Garvin G. L. Kirk and C. Gamble, j £ ^ to some yea^^teaT
Idabel—R. R. Gore, Dr. R. D. Wil-! T V °UtS'de °f the shack an«l year or one cent oer davZl ! k
liams, Bernie Herstein, Gus Flake. H.'^the" ZZke^t T* ^ bl'°USrht S°me of the lar?e city churches
C. Morris and R. C. Newton. s . , 0ffj at'°n' Some connect the members are asked only to contri
T WiTt Gc°-DeLaughter, Sr., W. °ff,CU Thomason the bute an average of about 32-about'
J. Whiteman, W. D. Taylor. B. S. Har- Thp 81TO . , $6.50 a year for five years o. tin
ns, Aubrey Johnson. J. H. Wilson, W. j shorl h / f?e "e,rro was made cents a day. - r two
H. McBrayer, H. E. Pendergast, J. D. Th'' ! ee this afteraoon. Quotas for the fourteen di,tri t r
Taylor, C. H. Morris, C. W. StLwart OWahoma areas ,
Geo. DeLaughter, Jr., Paul Stewart „ S'nce Thursday night: $78,475. Hugo $8 635- M„ii ? |
«"d J. Shatter. ^re ^ a"d taken to the shack. $85,202; MuSgee Sl3 '
The shack was surrounded and the $89 175- Tulsa MS v' SfhaW"ee'
house entered. The negro was told n«n' a 3 S ' lmta' ?79'"
to come down his lirm , ' g°2n ,mlo2
He answered that he would come SQ9,ib.' m Lawton,
<!°wn immediately and dropped one' die" $26 752 Sf h r- Pa"han-
CerPitt Sn°t bd°nff1 t0 955" T^MU89 00r ^ $112'"
longing to Graves was left and°ia^er ^ ^ of the,
WHO h stiii,«iarse j ,j «•,« «*« «,. „.
the captured necrro has kept absolute nf ^ he' „ y tl,e Tuls chamber
silence. P °J c°>™<*ce Sunday to all Southern)
The attic of the shack had evidently ^ ^uI^Tmlr 0* ^
'een remodeled for his comfort af- pledge" "iake pood on its
ter he had taken up refuge there. A '
cot had been placed there recently
and it is believed that he had been
triven food by some of the friendly ne-
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Visitors—Mr. Hays of Ft. Smith
Ark., G. W. May and H. P. Burnett
MRS. H. A. BROWN
DIED AT HOME AT
LAST THURSDAY—WAS DAUGH-
TER OF MR. AND MRS. POPE
PRICE. OF IDABEL.
Mrs. H. A. Brown, of Magnolia, Ar-
kansas, died last Thursday after a
lingering illness of several years* du-
ration with tubercular trouble. She
was the daughter 0f Mr. and Mrs.
Pope Price, of this city, both of whom
were with her when she passed away.
Mrs. Brown leaves two boys, aged 17
and 19. She had frequently visited ' T"*"' t,wus "ave gathere.
Mr. and Mrs. Price in Idabel and dur- hall and it has been nec
rr.LliCaLG0Odyear Service Stat'Oi Dealer
Although no moo violence, is ex-
pected tonight crowds have gathered
mrs. a 0 graydon
died may 24 at
strutted the secretary and executive 0><
committee to hasten investigations |
in regard to securing a sales manager I
for the organization. A report on
the results 0f this investigation j
to be made not later than June 10
HAS TAKEN FINAL STEP IN OR-
GANIZATION AND ARE NOW
ON LOOKOUT FOR SALES
ing her visits made manTgoJd "aT 71° C"" ^ SfUxM officers to AFTER AN ILLNESS E\TF\iii\t
miring friends. She was a good chris- ■Jua,(j.the P"soner, ,n case any vio- S EXTENDING
tian lady and our community deeply i 18 ifnc'0Ura e(J- The fact that
sympathizes with Mr. and Mrs. Price ' cer Pitts ?t,Ii lives s probably M
in their sorrow. , reason ^or the abandonment of \
OVER SEVERAL MONTHS
Jennie Graydon, wife of Rev
j hostile relations. °" ^reydon, died at Tucson, Ari-
~ I The preliminary trial of the negro ' f * * ReV' Gray<lon was
the sun, hardly expected to find one sjble - n as pos- years ag0 on aceount ^ hjg
that was so hot. health. He had been at Tucson onlv
a short while when death relieved h
Rev. A. O. Graydon is a brother of
at our fellow townsman, Dr. A. S. Grajt-
don, and has visited Idabel since Dr
Graydon has been a resident of this
Smith under- city
The Muskogee Times-Democrat
has decided that the reason there i«
no freight car shortage now is be-
cause there are n0 sugar profiteers
using box cars as warehouses.
NIGHT MARSHAL SMITH
Was Operated Upon Las
was buried alive
wear pajamas and use a tooth brush! davs
Night Marshal Wm
Of Thomn> x . 'Vent an °P«'ration in _
that he finds college me'n ^ ^ ^
ignorant the Bartlesville Enterprise J, 1 1 * CaUSe,i froni the
comments, "Men who never saw col received several months
lege are also amazingly ignorant If 11 • W3S rem"ve,i from his shoulder.
you sent a dub t0 college von h ! .IS rePorte(1 to ^ in splendid con-
J~ wonders if you teach him to M^io "return h th°UKhf ^ Wi" *' • ?"eXarkana' Ma>' —Literally bur-
sh. ll. te" 0r twelve Jed alive and yet living to tell the tale
is an experience which Tom Brown,
negro laborer, underwent Saturday at
o'clock, when a heavy mass or earth
and concrete debris fell in on him
while he was in a fifteen foot excav-
ation at the Buhrman-Pharr whole-
sale hardware store.
Fortunately for Brown there were
a number of workmen above him at
the time and they set to work to un-
cover him. Brown was in a stooping
position in the hole working, he said
later, when the mass 0f earth fell in
- and buried him. By the time his fel-
low laborers had removed the earth
which covered his head, which they
located by his groans. Fire Chief W.
J. Springer, of the Texas side, had
arrived with a pulmotor from the gas
and electric company, but this was not
needed. He was then pulled out from
the earth after about fifteen minutes
of digging, and he was taken in a
Reverra-Fewell ambulance to the hos-
pital, where he was given attention.
It was found that no bones were bro-
ken r.or were there cuts, but Brown
complained of being very sore about
the head, neck, chest and arms—in
fart sore all over from the crushing
he received. He is a strong man. of
Brown lives on the dump and he
stated yesterday that he was not
afraid of the big brick building fall-
ing in on him because he helped put
in the foundation of it eight or nine
years ago and knew it stood on a sol
Ft. Smith, Ark., June 9-11
A Real Contest of Cowboy Sports with
$6,000 in CASH PRIZES
^yljorts Wi,d ^ BulId0**in* a"'l other Cow-
100 Cowboys and Cowgirl, direct from western ranches-
Mexican an'd R0^ ' h0r>,eS ami wild 'onghorn
s,<"" *>- " p-
The Most Thrilling Unrehearsed Per-
formance Ever Attempted.
General Admis,ion-Adult, $1.10- Cbildren 50c
24 to october 1
PREMIUM LIST HAS BEEN IS-
SUED $40,000 IN PREMIUMS
Special to the (McCurtain Gagette.
Oklahoma City, May 28.—With the
selection Thursday of permanent of-
ficers the final steps in the organiza-
tion of the Oklahoma Cotton Growers
Association were taken by the neWIv «a, r~~
elected boar,! of dlrector, T|,e. an
tam, has-been i„ M!!,on hm. ,incejlio„ > p-
r - —- -S r i
the new members familiarized them- sition to be held at OWahom cTl
thisTime Pr0|r,W8 ^ Up to ,rom SePtember 24 to October" 1. *1}
Walter Colbert, of Ardmore wa< diS thBn thre,6 th°USand seParate, X
named as chairman of the board at 'and nril ^ P °f the Pren,i"'" I
last month of the campaign in which tial—in Oklahoma i< m-m i a * i
400.000 b,.,, of cotton were ,i„ed:,ba, ,7/ J I« ttS"!
up on a seven year contract. statu will k J- , , X
R. C. Kennedy, o, P.„, Va,,e„ 8
ETS ' lT- °',thC ten,Por*1 zenith in firework, apect.c e" , a,■ "
,r> hoard and ch..rn, n of the Garvin in, citron, headliner ,
ra zszr**- -:~r
C. I. Stealey. of Ohi.ho.a City, J2*
was eected as secretary and treasur- General Manager. State Fair Grounds!
er Mr. Stealey occupied this posi- Oklahoma City " '
tion with the temporary board and
also with the organization committee.
He was in direct charge of the orga-
nization campaign which i« said to
have broken all records for such
work in time consumed, thorough-
ness, and economy
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Sunday was a very good dav at thf>
committee, chosen Mcthodist church. ^ * J*
cunmsts of Carl Williams, momino- h .
editor, Oklahoma Farmer-Stockman, Workers"
Oklahoma City; Walter Colbert, Th(1 Hnh- . , .,
Ardmore; R. C. Kennedy, Pauls Val- «Jfe * /Z- i T u T""'1' Was'
ley; W. S. Drumni, Frederick; P. W. b I' 4°
Vaught, Holdenville and H. E. War- * * the basis of stud>'-
lick, Mangum. y , ,
Carl Williams wa, ,l,„ chmen bv (orine '/i T' *
the directors a, the Oklahoma mem- ^ " n 'h Suml"y„°'-
her of the American Cotton Orourcr, ' °'^,W " ^
Exchange, definite plans for the for- will u i •
ma,ion of which were worked on, and ^n^sX «*
approved in a conference held in Ok-
lahoma City in April. Mr Williams YOUVr PFOPT p. r
has been the real leader in this na- 1 ™ V PEOPLE.-R^ber the
tional movement. ^ "e f P' Sunday* also Bi"
Aaron S.piro, California attorney * ^ *' **> -|
ar.d marketing expert, was retained '
by thc directors of the Oklahoma *as- ?>„„<
sociation r.s counsel-in^chtef. Mr. , , P''ayei iMUL"tin^ w«''"
aSapiro drew the association's mar- * *y ev^',mt' at o'clock.
keting contrrct. He al?o represent, The MeAfester New.-C.pita! was
as general counsel twenty-six farm- tempted to contribute to an Arizona
lions on th« Pacific const. untn :t ,
t> r ,• , ulan u learned that oniv irr?firation
Before adjournment, thc board in- #as concerned. ' •
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