Fort Gibson Gazette, March 2, 1916

Fort Gibson Gazette

March 02, 1916

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Years available: 1915 - 1916

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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 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 ;