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Fort Gibson Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1916, Fort Gibson, Oklahoma VOL. 2. The New Election Law I Mrs. Jane Tarley Dead The Countj Registrar appoints 1. Mrs. Jane Turley, wife of J. T. the precinct registrar, whose duty | Turley, died Monday of heart it is, as we understand the law, trouble. She has been a member to register all qualified voters, and it is mandatory upon him that he register all persons who voted in 1914, and that he register all who become qualified voters since that time, if they apply to him within the time provided bv, law which is before the 10th day of May. This is thesanie kind of an election law which the eastern states have, and the same law which is in force in Montana, Nevada, Washington and numerous other western stats, and in fact it is the same law in force in the county FORT GIBSON, OltLA., THURSDAlt, MAY I, 1916. NUtfi^ of the Christion church for 45 years. Aged 63 years. She leaves husband, daushter, Mrs. Hoover Wadeell of Eufoulr, and son, Mr. George Turley of Glen Flore, Texas,. Funeral by Rev. J. M. Fisher, at 11:00 a. m. today, from the the home on Garrison Hill to the City cemetary. Presbyterian Church Sunday School at 10, a. m. -------: -.....-^ ... UIC uuunty i ( Morning service at 11-Subject precincts which has always been1 "Jesus at a Sunrise Service. in force in the city precincts, and was enacted to insure fair and honest elections, and to prevent the ignorant and irresponsible floaters from voting, since it requires an accurate description of the applicant, his residence, and that two responsible voters in his precinct testify that he is represents himself to be, namely, a -qualified voter. Yes! Lake sells for less. tf A program is being arranged for Sunday, May 14th, Decration Day. You can always get the market price for your produce at Garners. Mrs. J. M. Smith who has been sick for the past week, is report-improving. - A splendid line x>i muslin underwear just in at Lake's. tf F, E. Sparehawk, JVill Simmons and R. Marlow of Braggs, was in town today. We have a full line of ladies and mens low cut shoes. The Boston Store. Mrs. W. S. Nash is spending a few weeks with relatives in Claremore. If possible, you should go hear Judge Harrison at the Presbyterian church, next Sunday. Lake is still getting new goods, everyday-we keep them moving, so they are always nice and fresh. . i Mr. 0. C. Kreipke, of Gerge-town neighborhood, was called to Claremore \he latter part of the week to see his father who was very sick. For sale-Cabbage plants 20f pr hunred.. Tomato planss 5# per dozen. See Mr. Berry at Gazette office. Mrs. C. B. JBuster left Saturday for a tew weeks visit with her daughters, Mrs. Orla Boyd of Fort Smith, Arkansas, and Mrs. H. G. Woodsmall, of Little Rock, Arkansas. Remember that Lake is always in the market for chickens," eggs >nd butter, at top prices, atid that Lake sells for less. tf The Fort Gibson Rifle Club has, desided to have their range with the MusRogee Club, just across the Arknsas river, and near the Interurban car line, Arrangements h&ve been completed for the target to be built and ready for practice Saturday. Evening service at 7:45 Men, don't fail to hear Judge Harrison, of Muskogee, in his great address: "The Bible's Place in the New World Order." Judge Harrison is One of the deepest thinkers, and most eloquent men in the state. There will be a hearty welcome and good singning. Go to church and help uphold the foice of law and home. A. E. Weston, Pastor. 190 Acres for Sale We have for sale a 190 acre farm at a price, so low, that any one looking for a bargain in land, ought to go see it; and we believe if you will go look this place over carefully, lyou will buy it. Don't ' wait till tomorrow or next week, fof we are hustling around for a buyer. This is the prince Tyner Arm, at the extreme low price of W^M^met^, 'See Gibson IPfltateCo,ftfpft ~s'- Mrs. J. W. Burnett is taking treatment in Claramore for rheumatism. Bring your chickens, eggs and butter to Lake, and get top price. J. Berry King* of Tahlequah, was in town yesterday evening enroute to Sallisaw. We buy~chickens and eggs, and pay.the highest maret price. The Boston Store Mr. Elmer Coon, Cashier of the Guaranty State Bank of Braggs, was in our our city last Saturday. Mrs/ Bertha Nash and Miss Corine Nash were visitors in Muskogee, Wednesday afternoon. The ice season is here, and Mr. Johnson, the ice man, is on the job. Call phone 93. G. C. Breedlove of Braggs, was in town Saturday, enroute to Muskogee. Mr. Pan Harley of Muskhgee, candidate for court clerk, was in town last Saturday shaking hands with friends. Lake is just opening up a big flhipmeht of jadies, mens and childrens Oxfords and Slippers. Come in and look them over, tf Mr. Hf B. Spaulding of Muskogee, candidate for Sheriff, was among the Fort Gibson voters yesterday. Mr. Spaulding is . a well known citizen of this county having been here for many years. Have just received a nice line of ladies wash skirtsand will be glad to have you call and see them before you buy. The Boston Store. Mr. Goodman of the Purity Bakery has contracted with S. T. Bell for a brick .building to be built an his lot just north of Garner's Grocery ,t and the bakery will move to its new home when completed. Work on filling for the foundation begun this morning. .The building will be 20x75. When you Want fresh groceries and prompt delivery, call 89, Garner's Grocery. He appreciates your trade. I have more private money. If you are. needing money you will And my .terms the lowest tf J. H. McCall. No doubt it is amusing to watch two boys play with a swarm of bees, when prepared, and when the observer can't see the bees, Lets keep'the. fun' to. ourselves, though it brings the sweat from aomeof the boygb^ore the tar- ^^^^ STARTING SOMETHING School Notes Der Keiser und Del* Crown Priiice Der Keiser call der Cro^n Prince \n, Und to him say, Vm?ip%on, I dink we go und lick cMr vorldt, Dot vilt give us lots of foon." Der Crown Prince says "perhaps, ve can't," Def Keiser schlappetti der table, Und say, "If I would lick der vorldt, By Gott, mein iqnV.l'm abje." Der Frenchman, vot ist dem to us? I crush dem mil mein dumb; In yoost one veek in Pajris street, You hear mein Dutchers drum;** - Machts mix aus von treatise, I show def Belgins who I am, Yoost like Teddy Roosefelt, kid, Mein vord aindt vorth a tarn! I come right back from Paris quick, Und tackle him, der Czar, I pet he say tammit sudtently, Vat fighting men you are. Und little George of Englandt, top, Und turn him on my knee, Und spank him so he outloud cries, Ach, Keiser, parden me.1 I dake from him his fighting"ships, Und turn dem into yunk, Und make him dip his flags to mein, Vhen all his ship is sunk. Und if der Yankee giv me sass, I go right obef dere, i Und tare der Gott-tamit-countfy oop, I vilt, by Gott, 1 svear. Der yellow yaps, vot dalks so pig, I giv dem der hell, I makes dem dink der planet Mars, ' On dop of dem haf fell; Vhy, you don't know me yet, mein poy, You neffer see me fight, But dats der Gottalmightiest yoy, In vitch 1, dakes delight. -From Corjgidor News. PhiUipine Islands. Lake appreciates your business, and keeps his stock full and fresh. On last; Friday night, the 28th, a sneak thjef entered the home of Rev. J. C. Cooper, and stole a 16 size, 19 jewel open face, gold filled case South Bend watch, and $1.70 in money. The case is No. 8196970, the works No. 439002. As soon as the burglary was reported on Saturday morning, the Artti Horse *lfy^~Aftiociatfcra ?ot busy throwing out its drag net, .und eyje^ ^p^'wiU'b^^t i 300, They are coming 6 and 7 year The enecutive committe of the Muskogee County Athletic Association, met in the office of County Superintendent Collette last Saturday afternoon, and perfected arrangements for the county athletic meet to be held here May 13, at the city park. The contestants are devided into four classes for boys, and three classes for girls. For the boys, class D, 80 pounds and under; class C, 95 pounds and under; class B. 115 pounds and under; class A. unlimited weight. For girls, class C, 70 pounds and under; class B, 90 pounds and under; class A, unlimited weight. The events will be 100 yard dash, class A, boys; 70 yard desh, class A, girls; 80 yard dash, class B, boys; 30 yard dash, class B, girls; 70 yard dash, class C, boys; 40 yard dash,- class C, girls; 60 yard dash, class D, boys. For girls, class A, distance throw of baseball and volley ball, pull up, play ground ball. Class B, distance throw, play ground ball, volley ball, and base ball. Class C, volley ball, play ground ball, distance throw and thoss. Girls' 220 yard relay race. For boys, class A. running broad jump; 220 yard dash, half mile race, discus throw, baseball, high jump, pole vault, 440 yard dash, standing broad jump, pull up* mile run, hop-step-and-jump, shot,put.'; Class B, hop*tep-and�jump, pull' up, broad jump, high jump, running broad jump, 220 yard dash. Class C, stand broad jump, hop-step-andrjump, pull up. ^^?mmM jump. .:;:B03�*,nfli^ All classes wm contest in differ ent parts of the field at the same time, after the dashes hi^Nblsleil run. Events not .required foi1 qualifications in the badge contest are open to entry from the lower classes] If a field event is called while the contestant enter ed for it is on the track, send * man to report for him, and he will br given a chance later. No one except officials will be allowed on the track or field. Scoring will be on a scale of 5 points for first, 3 for second, 2 for third, and 1 for fourth place in each event The school that scores the most points will.be given a silver loving cup. Wain-wright won this honor last year. The track at the park has been completed and has been placed in fairly, good shape, and during what pretty days that have been within the past week, the boys and girls have; been out there in the evenings to practice. The Muskogee County Athletic Association has for its subject the stimulation of interest in the county schools through an athlete ic organization: first, better class work; second, improved health for school children; third, ^a wholesome school spirit; fourth .closer releation and better understanding between pupils and teacher; fifth, betterment of school children, physically, mentally and morally. Braggs High Sck^. Will Present *l Winning of S| On Tuesnay night, May Braggs High School will prei "The Winning of Satani*' at Patrick building. This play been a success everywhere it been given. Saturday, May 13th Frisco Officials will meet wft| potato growero, Saturday, -M|$f 13th. Among other matter#|i interest Fort Gibson people si pull strong for, is to get the/1. co depot tip town, we unders1# it is.to be,tornaroy arid,; one built. Agaim at this rt.w,.-, will bK. iitt- excellemVIJm^^dliH date for a "Good ftoacl Dayt^l improve road t6 the Frisco birlf across the Arkansas river, road to,the bridge across . Bayou, and the road east asr.| as Billy Browne > " * Community Interest It is generally, conceed^ the interest of Ufiy tf^0, munity is of more irapOr ^ that of any single indW every one-i.,,^^^ be^t^ffoMa ^df^ Mi JfmWffl mmih^Mm sdreri.t|Wtan^pWW and thfe horw^We prh^fp life.' - 1 ' Hqw.many,of yp^^ physiQalJy^n%#ittti and the first Mm tory of the Republican* ~ ' that state that such at occurred, For thirty-two weary years, tKe;youpger, ter (white) element have ..^v^ a ceaseless and'n^^R rid their party of 4he Snlll utpf^ which has, carried tih^paj^J defeat, i^la%;Wi^i years. TheyeJ^an^l^ ed full whil^Wigationta attl,_ the national cpnj^on; *,: Please get<<%�& tiement, also^'w^iie^^Sf^ Gazeette office Tuesday if or earlier if pcsible. * ternc 01i?�r CaltiT�tor�~botk Ri4laf and walking. The beat on earthly A full supply at yoiw demand. V L. A. Ptrkto� Hardware Cfaerokee^Brbadway, ^usko^||f!
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