McCurtain Gazette (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 67, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 15, 1921 Page: 1 of 12
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idabel, Mccurtain county, oklahoma, sati-roay. October ,s 1ki
AT PARIS, TEXAS \
Mr. Boll Weevil is with us—Are you going to plant an all-
cotton-crop next year?
What about a well bred brood sow? Do you have one?
How about some high grade poultry?
Some good milch cows would help out a lot.
have ham and eggs,
Out of the above, you would
chickens, milk and butter.
Can you say so much for an all-cotton-crop ?
Come in and
The First National wants to help you
lets talk it over.
First National Bank
The Bank With Two Kinds of Inter-
est, 4 per cent and HUMAN
C. A. DENISON President
H. C. MORRIS Active Vica President
WALDO WATKINS Cashier
RICE R. GORE Asst. Cashier
R. M. DeWITT Asst. Cashier
FRIDAY NIGHT - MANY BUSI-
NESS HOUSES, AS WELL AS
A FEW RESIDENCES WERE
Fire broke out in Paris, Texas, Fri-
day night about 10 o'clock in the Rod-
gcrs-Wade Furniture Company store,
a 5-story building, and spread rapid-
ly to the House Hardware building, a
4-story building, from there to the
telephone office, then to Bonham
street where eight residences were
burned. Assistance was rendered by
the Hugo fire department and at this
writing the fire is under control. The
estimated loss is a half million dol-
SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUES-
DAY UNDER DIRECTION OF
The program that was put on at
Valliant Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
of this week at the Community In-
stitute, was a great success, and was
very beneficial to every one who at-
tended. The Institute was under the
auspices of the Extension Division of
the University of Oklahoma, and
dealt with problems of the commu-
nity in general, and especially the
Let Us MaRe Your
OLD TIME SINGING . and the afternoon is going to be spent
At Shults Sunday" Afternoon B Y in worshiP ^ songs. Don't fail to
P I' I'roeram ♦ vi„kf ' ' attend 88 y°ur favorite song is sure
j to be sung, and you will miss a treat
There will be an old time singing ? y°U !°VeLg0°d sin*inK" Also Sun"
at Shults Sunday afternoon begin- y n'*ht the B' Y' P" U' wil1 put on
ning at 2:00 o'clock promptly. Wei*" CXtra good pro*ram' and you are
do not mean that the singing will be jinvIted to attend that-
old timey, but merely that those who
wish to come will find the old time, Mrs. R. L. Lightsey visited her
welcome and hospitality there. Some: daughter, Miss Melba Lightsey, at
of the best singers in the county i Pleasant Hill from Sunday until Wed
have been invited and will be there nesday.
WEEK'S PROGRAM AT
Monday, October 17.
MARION DAVIES in "APRIL FOLLY." She found her life
too tame. So she threw discrestion to the winds and started out
nlpre to seek adventure. You'll say she wasn't disappointed. A
dashing mystery romance from the Cosmopolitan magazine.
Tuesday, October 18.
Pretty Little EEBE DANIELS in "YOU NEVER CAN TELL."
school child problem. There were
talks and lectures on child health,
recreation, home problems, singing,
and a number of other subjects,
which are of vital importance to the
child's welfare. Also there were talks
which were of special benefit to the
adults on community building, child
training, education through play, the
business man and the farmer, and a
number of other talks of interest were
made by people who know And have
studied the question from every point
of view for years.
Their helpful influence Jias been
responded to by the people, and the
good of such a convention as this will
be felt throughout the community.
One of the special features was the
teaching the school children songs
and plays, and the examination of the
children by experts for physical de-
fects. and it was found to be an
alarming fact that a great per cent of
the children are in need of attention,
along the line of ears, eyes, nose and
throat and teeth. Later the people of
this community will have a clinic un-
der the auspices of the University
and the physical needs of the chil-
dren will be looked after.
Haworth is having the Institute
Thursday, today and tomorrow.
HM0SURVEy DOLLAR DAMAGE OFFICIALS OF
IS STARTED ON GIVEN IN $2000 ROADS PROCEED
MOUNTAIN FORK OKLA. CITY SUIT WITH WAGE CUT
doing work Ante. J. Stllart, M0ST p0WERFUL LABOR
years old, and his grandson, Gar- ir\Tin\*<;
(Hugo Daily News) T" StUarJ' 7 year old' lowing the I _ '
Ir company with W. T. Larrimore, two^ftor J2 000 h"'* brought by the Chicago, Oct. 14,-The railroad
secretary of the chamber of com- pw I- V dama«e!' "gainst the workers hurled an ultimatum at their
raerce, and several others, J. C Jac- L 17 Western railroad in employers today by deciding to strike
obson, hydraulic and mechanical enJ J°L! grandfather claim-October 30, unless negotiations on
ed they haa been put off the train be- wages and working conditions were
CaUKP t.npv j._ mi I i
gineer, left Hugo Monday for the
site of the proposed hydro-electric
plant on Mountain Fork river to com-
mence the preliminary survey for the
cause they didn't have tickets. The 1 reopened.
hearing was before Judge Hal John- Railroad executives who met here
son m district court here. today defied the most powerful la-
In the two suits filed the boy and bor unions in the nation by proceed-
grandfather claimed that near mid-1 ing with their plans to slash wages
rru . granaiainer claimed that m
camp if' the mountains anTremain! 25* W' tH?* o " ** faCe °f ° Str51ce'
completed!4'' * ^ ^ * ^^
Until the preliminary survey is j cl^^nd ^v^n.^t depot ™ e*Tl* tod«y blowing days of con-
complete little work will be done to-' I^ , Ti ?Uy no t,ck" ferences"
ward the niaterialiatioTi of "the"pro*hhe~fare for"}** ^ °" 1 ThC nattional transportation , sys-
ject, it is thought. ^ ™uJd be ^.38 tern has been divided into three
As soon as the survey is complete j the^said AmTth th6m ff°m tr8m A' C' McKinnon' 3 Missionary will
promoters will be in a better position walk the eieht l° SP6ak 3t the Presb>'terian church next
to set about carrying out plans for i after midnight. Quinton Thursday evening at 7:30. He will
the running of a railroad spur to the Thn 0 sPea'i at Broken Bow Friday
pur V an an- night, October 21. The public is in-
site and getting everything under way
for the actual construction of the
Extensive plans for the installing
of a pleasure resort, are feasable, it
is believed, as nearly a hundred re
quests for reservations of lots for
cottages on the lake front have been
tWO 1° <°<*' " R and h«r Strife,
■ng all the allegations made by them. Kinnon.
GOVERNOR GIVES HIM RESPITE
TO TESTIFY AT TRIAL.
Oklahoma City, Oct. 12.—Governor
I OR THE OKLAHOMA FARMER- J. B .A. Robertson today granted -
Wednesday, October l().
STEWART in "BOSS OF THE LAZY Y",
A!:o two reel Comedy, "MY VALET."
Thursday, October 20.
" " CITY OF MASKS." Its a love and
Friday, October 21.
CORRINE GRIFFITH in "IT ISN'T BEING DONE THIS
SK4SON." WHAT WOULD YOU DO if you found your wife in
the arms of ano'ber man? HOW WOULD YOU FEEL if. when
yop decided to k II he'-, she laughed in your face and said- "It
isn't being done llvs season." WOULD YOU WILT like a whipped
cat and sneak : way ashamed of your actions or would you declare
that true love disregarded the dictates of society and remained
unchanged throughout the ages?
Also two reel CHARLIE CHAPLIN Comedy.
Saturday, October 22.
JACK HOXIE in "CYCLONE BLISS," a vivid story of the
real West th;i! gives ih's popular star an opportunity to display
horsemanship abilliy. Another great Western picture. Also
two reel Comedy.
Special October 28.
ANITA STEWART in "VIRTUOUS WIVES." Maybe you
kr.iu of some Dear Little Wife whose husband spends everything
but his time on her. Tell her to see "VIRTUOUS WIVES" here
October 28th. It will help her.
j STOCKMAN. SAYS MANAGER
| OF AGENCY DIVISION.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Oct. 10, 1921.
We are enclosing voucher number
1-5 30 for $1.20 to cover in full the
statement recently rendered this of-
fice for classified ad run in late is-
sues of your publication.
The ad by the way brought us ex- ~
client results and while we are <fcot DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY
contemplating running any ads again
for several weeks, we will remember | r° He'pinK ,0 Raise Jefferson Da-
the McCurtain Gazette whenever wej v' Memorial Fund.
decide to advertise again.
Yours very truly,
The Oklahoma Farmer Stockman,
By EUGENE WOLFE. Manaper
| sixty day reprieve to Will Tait, sen-
| tenced to die at the state peniten-
Jtiary Friday for the murder of Rus-
sell Sprague. Lawton taxicab driver,
j The governor took action, he ex-
| plained, so that Tait might testify at
(the new trial ordered for Gobin.
Tait and Gobin were both sentenced
to death for the alleged murder of the
Lawton man some time ago.
Their cases have aroused great in-
terest all over the state.
The members of the Idabel chapter
of the Daughters of the Confederacy
arf> selling one dollar certificates this
week to add to the fund to erect a
monument to the memory of Jefferson
'■""•wuiviii io ine memory oi jenerson
have always known the Gazette Davis at his birthplace at Fairview,
Ivtof K TJld f . .. iL. - TJ L I I
is the best advertising medium
Southeast Oklahoma and the above
letter is evidence of that fact. The
Oklahoma Farmer Stockman is one
of the widest circulated newspapers
the state and they know a good ad
Ky. The quota for the Idabel chap-
ter was 100 certificates to be sold at!
81.00 each. A committee has been
working at odd times this week and
most of the certificates have already
been sold. We who are sons and
vertising medium when they try it, | daughters of the South, hold in rcv-
for they try them alt in this stnt--. ;«'«"ence the nnme of one of the South's
— —— I greatest sons, Jefferson Davis, and
Mrs. Carl Pendleton and daughter. | not one of us would fail to respond
Juanita, returned home from Paris. I to the patriotic feeling that the name
Texas, this morning where they had. suggests. So it is with pride that
jbeen for several diys. Juanita had (idabel will help build an everlasting
j been in the Sanitarium for treatment j monument to the memorv of Jeffer-
for a broken arm. I DAvis.
cut of an
and we have a real one on
display in oar display room
What is an Areola? ti*
I. „ . ... , , saVin8> good looking
hot water boiltr and radiator combined for use with other
Where does it Co? "',ar ""f-f0"bt
a ii , p where
now stands or in cellar or anywhere.
WHAT DOES IT BURN? It 8a,ns A., KM of F„/
backed, therefore cannot cause fire from overheating.
What does an Areola Cost Installed? rr„„
f S6f:^V°k' 4m'° l "" 'm '1 't
<"" It mil change your house into a heme.
Better flaceynronk, More October 22nd. for after Areata
Week they are going to advance 9 per cent.
Areola Week October 17th to 22nd
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Old, W. J. McCurtain Gazette (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 67, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 15, 1921, newspaper, October 15, 1921; Idabel, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99924/m1/1/: accessed January 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.