Iford Younger, Business visitor to Milton, OK, Muskogee County Democrat, May 27, 1920

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Iford Younger, Business visitor to Milton, OK, Muskogee County Democrat, May 27, 1920 - TOE MUSKOGEE In Muskogee Brief News of Interest...
TOE MUSKOGEE In Muskogee Brief News of Interest to Everybody a J. the ion ive he ton rool nij> the pt n s. of except was 39 Bio Davidson Sign Dr&ws Attention. Max Davidson's plant olectric sign which lights the heavens above his store at Main and Broadway has been viewed recently by practically every merchant in the United States. Not that they all trooped; to Muskopeo to give it the onco over*—thoy didn't havo to. Ilart, Schaffner Schaffner & Marx; Clothing company paid cash for a two page spread in the current number of the "Apparel Gazette," a leadlnp trade journal, showing' David- flon.'a sign and giving Davidson and Mufkogeo a boost. "The greatest boosts er in a town full of boosters," says the advej^scment. Local Klwanla Trim Okmulgee. The M.u*kopeo Klwanls ball team disposed disposed of the Okmulgee Kiwnnls nine in good m dor Tuesday nf t ernoon by the score of 7 to t. Okmulgee pot off in the lead by Beorinp- two on errors in t .ho first inning, but Mitskopco soon tied it up find never was headed. Ileaf h am] I ..y dick ivrre l)ir br tl cries for MupkoRee, while Kenan and Hyerley offliMnted for the vtsiUirs, Coptic Held, Reckless Driving, Pharc'd tvith beinj; drunk and with i r-i- V less driving .1. A. t'opus, f \ dentist fail. 'I !u appeal- at (he Wednesday miiril- in); si ,-sion of police court. A lunch win- I iTIi was issued for ('opus Mo.oreycle off:, c! White said < 'opus hit three an- ("inchile.s and a team of horses before h.' war. arrested. Their "Tragedy" Bared In Court. May MeCormiek doesn't want Tier litis- hand, O D. MeCormirk. nn<\ refuses te let birr, assoriate wlih others. MiVormloU, who a ne^ro, told .Tmlc^ /ark in po- 1 'i'r crairt \Ve»lnesday morning, "Why .l(ii.'t \ mi pi*t a divorce if \mi don't want to li\c with this man pearrnhly^" asken the Jadfra of May. **X cant afford to ret i a divorce," she answered. "Til pay t&c Itl I'll sure pay for It," volunteered the male In the tangle. McCorxnlcJt was charged with disturbing the peaoe but the caae was dismissed. Unique Church Program. A unique program to raise funds for the church's missionary society wllh bo given at the First Methodist church, Houston and P streets, Friday evening. Members of the audience will be given trip (."round tho world" stopping at booths representing England, France, Germany, Hawaii, Japan, the United States and other countries. At each refreshments refreshments will bo served. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been Issued to John West. 34. and Miss Nnlllo Morrltt, IS, Muskogee; Ed R tin son. 60, and Mrs. Rosetta Hilt, 33, Muskogee; W- C Booth, SO, and Mrs. Sarah A. Riley, 47, Kansas City. Frank Kerr Here on Business. Frank Kerr, safety first man with the state labor commissioner's office, was In Muskogee, Wednesday, on official business. business. Chicago Qlrl Visit* Here. Miss Gertrude Creokmore, community servi -ft ttforker of Chlcaga, la visiting friend.s in Muskogee. Business Visitors Here Today. PTWFTKS: Claude t\ Davis, ChJdka- sh-t, s. }i. Cfiarlos. Dudley Shaw, R. L.. MeKee, Oklahoma City; V. W. Bruner HJIJ wife. N. M. Jones, C. A. Trice, Tulsa; Tulsa; \\ 11. Redding, jr., *Heggs. TrUNi:it. W. H. Pa till, Oklahoma rit> ; K 1T 11nzle11. Mi>rriR ; H 1). Spears, llulbert; H. W. 1 Hirham, Adair; <;. _\V. draves, Hichita; H. ID. Gentry, (.'onncjl Hill MA UTlMOnr:; Charles McC'lotid, J. M. TlaHins. W K Johnson and wife, Oklahoma Oklahoma C*tty; fi-trnest Anderson. K. R V-or- ct.-jon, IJnskeJl; A. raulec. Saxmlpa; C. 1". P'fws. Tnhlequah; J. R.. Howard. Big. Big. hen rt M^bTON: .1. W. IiOx-e I* 7.. lx>rd. W, A. Parker, Oklahoma OW M. Tormg. WajroBer; O«orgo vr. I^ounsborry. Mo- Aleater; Iford Younger. SaUna; Ralph M«(CaJl, AMa Collins, Strang. BACK'S ATTORNEY PROBINGFORGERY C F. Tucker Going Over Reoord»»ln Case Where Security State Bank of Tulaa Lost $22,000 C F. Tucker, special attorney for the Security State bank of Tulsa, la In Muskogee Wednesday tn connection •with the damage emit brought against his ban I? because of tho (22,000 forged Mils of ladlrtg- which w&ro secured by R. V. BraJnord. Mr. Tdekcr -was looking looking up reoords in the case at tho federal federal building. Bmlnerd la limter Indlotrnent on a charsro of forging' bills of lading, but has not yet been apprehended. Ho 1B said to have secured closo to $50,000 from two Tulsa banks is payment on the forged documents. Pour cars of sug -ar supposed to have been shipped to a Chicago firm were Involved. Tho forged bills we.ro converted converted Into cash by Bralnerd after Identification had been mnrio by a Tulaa friend, who knew nothlnK of the transaction. The Chicnco firm has fllod suit asntnst the Tulsa banks for recovery of the money. CHECOTAHMAN FACES CHARGE OF DISTILLING The case of D. C. Utle. llvlnp ne/ir Choootah. charged with Illicit dlstlllnK'. was on hearing before UnlLed States ("ommlssionor R. M. MountcnstJo Wednesday Wednesday afternoon. Jim Dowell, special Indian enforcement enforcement officer, told of on pt urine Wlrtle with 15 pounds of su^rar 1n his cabin west of Phecotnh. l*Yn.nk Jones of ('lieeotah niso gave testimony aRnlnRt ^^-|tt^e. SovernJ pounds of ma.sh and a distilling outfit also were found In R. not I tho leg hut ns so

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  1. Muskogee County Democrat,
  2. 27 May 1920, Thu,
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