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   Fort Gibson Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1916, Fort Gibson, Oklahoma                                THE PAPER WITH THE LARGEST CIRCULATION AND THE MOST PAID UP SUBSCRIBERS OF ANY PAPER PUBLISHED IN FT. GIBSON FORT GIBSON GAZETTE VOL. 2. FORT GIBSON, OKLA., THlTIt81)AY, MARCH 2, 1H16. NUMBER 1 At the Baptist Church Sunday       SCHOOL NOTES Preachingat the Baptist church Sunday, March 5th, at 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Topic for the morning, "A Live Dog better than A Dead Lyon. Evening topic, "Preparedness vs. Conscription.'' Every Baptist in and about Ft. Gibson is hereby notified to be in attendance of these services both morning and evening. Can we depend on you?  What' think you The proceeds of the candy sale hold in M'ss .Jones' ruon this week netted $1.90. They were used to defray the expenses of beautifying the sixth and seventh grade rooms. The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give an entertainment in the auditorium of the school house next Friday evening. The books tor the library of about the religicus conditions of the fifth grade have arrived. They Fort Cibson? Are they good enough? The Devil thinks so. Do vou? Wake up to the conditions for the days arc evil. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. W. F. WISDOM, Missionary are a well se ted set of books prove to Sunday Service at Presbyterian Church Morning worship at 11:00. Pastor's sen-.on: - "The Idol-makers Lesson to the Church of Today." Evning Service at 7:00. Peoples Gospel Song Subject: -"Earth's Lowest Value, Heaven's Highest." You are twice welcom. Come. A. E. Weston, Pastor. See J. L. Landwirth for Avery Cultivaters and Moline Implements, tf Sunshine Circle The Sunshine Circle met at the i home of Miss Marjorie Ross, Saturday afternoon, Feb. 26. One of : our old members, Miss Elsie [ Everett, of Claremore, was pres-, ent. -Miss Sue Sisson and Syble Na- \ tion were elected delegates to the j Presbytery, which meets in Muskogee, March 30 and 31 neatly bound, and wi be beneficial to the children. These books were purchased with the money taken in from the circus given by the fifth grade sometime ago. Mr. Cooper's Monday address was on "self discipline" this week. lie said one way to obtain self control was by co-operation with others. CAKE BAKING CONTEST 5th GRADE 1st prize $1.00-Ruth Clarke 2nd prize 50c-Stella Fisher 6th', 7th and 8th GRADE 1st prize $1.00-Floy Clark 2nd prize 50c- Jean Hamilton BIRD HOUSE CONTEST Boys in 5th Grade , 1st prize $1.00-Thomas Welch 2nd prize 50c-Ross Kneeland Boys in 6th, 7th and 8th GRADE 1st prize $1.00-John Spurlock 2nd prize 50<*-Paul Higbee Judges in the cake contest were Mesdames Standback, Brodie and J. C. Cooper. Judges in the boys contest were Messrs Leonard, Kagy and Garland. 0 ! You Hand-Cuff King. rimming Saili PROGRAM I o be given under the auspices of the Presbyterian Ladies at the school auditorium, Friday evening March 3d. Proceeds to be used for Manse Improvement Fund. Piano Solo 2nd Rhapsody Mrs. Owen 1 hornton Reading * Old Mother Goose" Miss Jennie Maude Anderson Vocal Solo "Daddy's Baby Boy" Mrs. Henry Bradley eading "Digestm" the Newspaper' R Miss Mattic A nderson Georgetown News Rev. J. C. Cooper, Methodist! Piano Solo Selected Miss Beulah Woltenberger Vocal Solo Selected Miss Minnie Willey Reading "Blacksmith's Story" Miss Jennie Maude Anderson Vocal Duct Selected Mr. Clyde Kagy,     Rev. Mr. Weston Reading "Entertining the Minister" Miss Mattie Anderson Piano Solo Selected Mrs. Owen Thornton Reading "Assisting Uncle Joe" Miss Jennie Maude Anderson Vocal Solo "My Little Dream Girl" Mrs. Henry Bradley Reading "I Tho" to My Soul I'd Die, but I Didn't Miss Mattie Anderson Ladies Quartette "Lovest Thou Me" Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Thornton, Mrs. Smith, Miss Sisson As a noted statesman said, "The There are people, yes. business world is a stage, and all thereon men in Fort Gibson who have not are actors." made an effort to sail their trade- 01' the many freaks Nature has ships  into  new   waters for the produced in this clime, one more past year.   Their sails were se-was brought upon the stage last curely set for one harbor, and to week   "The Hand-Cull'   King." reach that harbor they would pass Stuge's stunt  was staged with through the current of "eontrib-hand-cuffs automat ic, the whole uting to a cause that stunts home performance  well  produced tho trade and helps to build up other ended democratic.     The "tuffs" towns," when by a simple shifting couldn't see  no  pun  or joke    of a sail, their voyange would closed with a click   stage lines have been in the stream helping were broke.  The Hand-Cuff King the great official  body  of  Fort knew not what to do, for he, like Gibson.   Trim your sails for a co-many others, met his "Waterloo." operative business  period.    Set No keys at hand to compk-te the your sails to return that, which trick,  called  long distance for has been taken away; but don't Texas Dick."  Dear Dick, Sweet fasten them so the ship can't re-Dick, you good old scout - please, turn when laden.   Travel against O! please, come help me out. The winds of discouragement.   Labor hand-cuffs are on! can't get them with determination for Ft. Gib-loose!! and in the dim distance son, and tie the sail rope, not to looms the calaboose!!!   The joke was turned, and the bards may sing, 'Sam Benge Hand-Cuff King." proved' tin In addition to the program Home-made Candy be for sale. ADMISSION 25c, 15c and 10c wi 11 We pay Cash for Eggs, ft J. L. Landwirth. Foot Rest Hosiery of Children for Men, for Women at tf 'I dike's Shoes that are made of Leath er are sold by J. L. Ijandwirth Star Brand Shoes. tt Come early  and   select new Easter  Dress-where   you will find the very newest patterns in Dress Goods, tf The Boston Store Some one has suggested that "Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burnett has moved again," for a news item-Yes, they will live at home again ; for a while, when they intend to move to Muskogee. Onion Sets 25^ per gallon at ft        J. L. LandwirtrVs. Minister of Fort   Gibson,   will The next meeting of the Circle; preach at the Georgetojvn school The Other Side of Politics in N. Y. the selfish hook that has kept you in a rut that leads the home merchant to the slaughter pen. There are merchants  here  who have seemingly undertaken to check the wheels of progress, who have displayed actions that would lead one to believe they have not carefully  studied  the course their trade ship will travel in the future, unless their sails are properly trimmed, they will as a ship without a ruunder and unable to baffle the tidal waives that over-your 1 leap the deck of the unfortunate craft.   Rush to the helm, collect your forces and harmonize your efiorts with your best friends. When the mail order houses learn through the papers published here that these merchants are inactive, (they are are looking for such localities), this section will be flooded with their liter autre and catalogs, yfith attractive prices, and some of your customers will partake-can you blame them? No.   When mail Special Saturday.   Angle Food Cake lOt   adv.    Purety Bakery ! order houses will spend thousands will-be held at the home of Miss ' Sue Sisson, March 25.   All members are urged to be present. Everything in new designs and colors in Dress Goods, can be found at tf The Boston Store house next Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. George Martin and children visited relatives in Fort Gibson, Saturday night and Sunday. ;   The regular meeting of the Ft. ', Gibson Potato Growers  Associ- See the spring Slippers   and Taking up Mr. Root's charges | country from a panic when the Oxfords just in at against the present national ad-1 European war broke out. It en-minstration, former Gov. Martin abled the financial officers to H. Glynn, at the democratic state meet the demands made upon convetion in Syracuse, N. Y., American business and financial answered each point and took interests and saved them from a Mr. Root to task for his speeches repetition of the panic of 1907," of dollars to swing this trade to them.-Trim your sails-the cost is less to hold the business, than the cost to get it back. Muskogee is working for your trade, can they get it? ation will be held in Fort Gibson, jn the United Stutes senate, and , which the speaker characterized next   Saturday   afternoon.   All for his acts as secretary, in such as a "painful experience," that To Taxpayers Muskogee County growers are requested to attend, an eloquent and timely manner, I would always he an "indictment - |   Spud planting was delayed sev- that we print for the benefit of Under the law, enacted in 1915, eral days on account of weather those who do not read the dailies, the County Assessor will meetj conditions. ! New York State's position in the the taxpayers of Nash township,!   , ,   ,        ..   ,   j . Jcomincr campaign.   Taken from at Fort Gibson, on Friday, Satur-1 ,. , 0 , ,  ,    0 j       a n/r   j      Tk/r    V oa   or afternoon at 3 o clock.   Come out day and Monday, March 24, 25 j    . , . J and brrng the children. tf Lakes The last of the Ford Peace Party has  arrived at  New  York. Henry  Ford's attempt to "get; -- the boys out of the trenches by j Br|ng your Chickens and Eggs Christmas," has cost the Detroit to j   L. Landwirth and he will auto man, it is estimated, $400,- cash f   th             tf 000. '        _ of the repablican party. "Mr. Root," he declared, was Bring your produse to Lake. He has the goods and sells for' Legal Publication and 27. Let every taxpayer make it a point to meet the Assessor on dates given above, and lend him such assistance as will secure as near as is possible a fair, equitable and impartial assessment of the property of this township. Sunday school every   Sunday;tT* campaign. the Muskogee Phoenix. "Four years ago," said   Mr. Glynn, "this nation  committed Miss Dewey Miller of Wimar, [ts care anci welfare to the domo- \ and calaminous comedown Tuesday, for a few cratic party and the democratic ; that panic." days visit with her uncle and aunt party nas been true to its trust. 1   "Mr. Root voted and worked Mr. and Mrs. John Yarbarough.   it has preserved peace, observed against the reserve act," said The Editor will entertain the international laws and followed the democratic chairman, "and Gazette Correspondents with  a traditions of the fathers of the Mr. Root lost his 'peacock feath-stag dance and   a   four-course country." eas'as a prophet when he made dinner.   Covers will be laid for    After reviewing the legislation his fatuous speech against the four.   The first course will be enacted during the   democratic federal reserve act." is always in" the � Mulligan Stew for the Democrats, controll of congress, Mr. Glynn1   Denying that Mr. Root was the tf The second canned Red Haws for replied to Mr. Root's reference to "keeper of national honor,"Glynn _ j the Republicans.   The third dried the   federal   reserve  act.   He added, "For  years   Mr.   Root Persimmons for the   Socialists, charged that Mr. Root as senator, has been acclaimed an  apostle At   The   Methodist   chusch, j And the fourth and last will be opposed the passage of the meas- of peace and in 1912 was award-Sunday, March the 5th, is litera- Frog Soup furnished by the Geo- ure.   "This law" he continued, ,ed the Noble prize for the promo-ture Sunday, and it will be one � rgetown Correspondent for Wo- "is one of the greatest achieve-j tion of peace, but uow he sallies of the most important days of man Suffragetts and the fellows. ments in the last fifty years. The I forth as a drum and trumpet a part of Mr. Roosevelt's admin- less. tf Now that Gazette   has istration in 1907 and shares with    Pasture to satisfactorily ac- completed fifty-two consecutive Mr. Roosevelt and the leaders of commodate 50 head of stock from issues it is recognized as a legal the republican party the respon- April 1st to Oct 1st. Will look af- publication by the laws of the sibility for the wholly unncessary ! ter stock personally.    Five head ; state of Oklahoma and we hope happenings   of   5QC per head per month, our f rinds   in Fort   Gibson and Less than five head 75c per head [ elsewhere will   remember  and per month.    1} miles north of extend their patronage of legal town. H. H. Dyer. When you think of selling Chickens, Eggs, or Butter think of Lake. He market. Baptist Church There will be preaching at the First Baptist Church,at Fort Gibson, the 1st Sunday in March,- March 5th, 1916, at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Topics vital to our denominational interest will   be notices to this paper. When you have such notices as probate notices, divorce notices, notices in justice court, etc., do not forget The Gazette can give you the same service in this line as any paper in Muskogee county Oar buyes, Mr. Mayer has just returned from Eastern Markets mi we are now prepared to show considered.   Every member that V�u }he ver^ NEWEST Spring entertains a   wholesome regard       Summer goods. year. All members are urged to be present and all other are cordially invited. J. CARROLL COOPER, Pastor A general invitation is extended for men about town who are interested in good singing to join voting the Socialist ticket straight who can't read write music by Ran Ran's Ford. (Note-We have been asked to give the mentioned Hallelujah, on the quiet to bring about a harmonious animal magnitism sufficient to keep Jim Miller from republican party stands convicted statesman. From a cooing dove of of absolute impotence and in- peace Mr. Root suddenly trans-competence, because it failed ut- formed into a swooping hawk of terly to meet the situation." war. Mr. Root may beat his "This legislative act" the form- drumhead of the skin of John Zi-er Governor said, "saved the sky and the victims of the Lusi-,., ..      .^^^^==!=.-........- tian and Belgium invasion, but Quite a nice bunch of feeders, President Wilson will go right on A chorus, which will meet under | now as it has come out, of course (steers) were driven through our , winmng the piauoitsor tne Amer the direction of Mr. Kagy, at 3 1 we can't refuse.-Editor.) o'clock Sunday afternoon, at the j - Presbyterian Church. If you! "Hush, children it's 'Daddy' like to sing come if you cannot � talking-listen." "Hank" had sing come and listen. another one of his "spells" this By Oder of Committee | week. town Monday afternoon.   Ninety iican Pe�Ple by appealing to reason per cent of them were high grade humanity and common sense and ,a by keeping the U. S. the uncom- ^       ,  ,   .   . , reds- i promising champion of the neu- tion or town, but sin is a reproach toward the church and its welfare are expected to be in attend-ence of these services. It is time we cease sleeping on our oars. There will be a business session after the sermon Sunday evening -Business of importance will be considered. An opportunity for those who desire membership with the Baptist church will be given. "Righteousness exhalteth a na- Tne Boston Sto e H. M. Goodman, today, bought the Purety Bakery, of Harry Wingfield. and took possession. tral world and the  undaunted to any people." maintainer of the principles which    The public is cordially invited have guided this nation since 1776" i to attend. XYZ Delmonico  R cs aurant Under new Mai i.temerit W. M. GAGE, I R0P. BEST SERVICE The be^t eatables money can [buy and Good Coffee thestron-gc st Beverage. Second hand store now in Fort Gibson.   Call and let me sell you good stuff at reasonable prices. Always on the market, adv. H. F. Maddox   

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