Foreman, D H, Apostolic preacher, Stillwell, OK, Ellis Ketcher of Bidding Springs, OK, disloyal to council of defense, Standard Sentinel (Stillwell, OK) 25 Apr 1918, p1

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STILWELL, OKUiHO^^|t|RSDAY, APRIL 25, 1918 the the SEND GERMAN auartu TO U. S. COMMISSIONER An unexpected but gratifying by I outcome came to an inyesiiiga|oW BUSY (OR ROAD FUNDS the the the this fight impressive; fixe subject made sec diligent so in will vote and. co- f ; under Red of all in was the your last Tuesday of parties reported^ disloyal to the - council :.of de-' : fense. Tola Boquet atio ^EUis; Ketches, of the Bidding"1SpMfagfs cdjhmifnity were . reported - to have* made disloyal statements and were v brought before tW council of defense for investiga^ tion. D. H. Foreman, v. a be whiskered Hun appearing fellow, who poses as an apostolic preacher with disloyalty throughout his entire system and tingling i% his bristling auburn chit* adornments, heard of the/ hwes tion artd '•fliwered^lnto'Sti^ bright and early to lend august presence and defianj th£ purpose of ^ie council & ftftite to show - all erring ci"' *mwe they were commi fcitavious wrong to the' th#r famines and their bars, when they uttbeknowi mix German dbgma with, religion and American lo# John Ketcheft brother of Ketcher; and a religious folld; of the whiskers wi& a * noodle and cold feet tow American government, S Vrived to do a Qrother'ei is brother, EHis Ketcher. John was asked "by the, 1 attorney and council of committee to sign-a pledge. He replied in reap ful terms, but objected to'Sa ing the pledge on account oil ligious .scruples. . Forenl , a whiskers grew redder arid- butted in with remarks about Lord leading an&lwmpted j< not to sign *.<, &e - loy; pledge. He was asked to le the room, ani| replied if it the-'Lord 's wiftVthat he "wo 1 .„ The Lord .was- willing, and.1, deputy shsrfffi'led himstojhalh where he commenced his - pro tests against the sighing of the pledges in the presence -of Tola Boquet The. Lord willed that he should be landed in the-.county, jail, until sensible be given'the parties under' investi- .gation. * He went—howling, ges- ; ticulating and gyrating. This caused John Ketcher to/imitate his leader, . and the scejne resembled a crazy house and then some. Quiet was finally*restated and Ellis Ketcher arid Tola Boquet, when the loyalty pledge was explained to them, signed the pledge and expressed their full confidence .in America and the American government policies. Foreman was then brought from the jail raving like a mad man. A crowd on the outside'of the room where investigation was being conducted propelled a rope with a hang-man's noose through the transom and - requested connection. His reverence imme diately became docile. His answers as to his loyalty were so rotten that it was decided to send him to U. S. Commissioner Frye at Sallisaw. This was done Tuesday afternoon by Sheriff Mose Crittenden and Police Judge Bradley. Foreman has been in the coun ty the past three weeks holding gatherings in the Westville section of the county. John Ketcher returned to Stil well Wednesday morning to ob r tain the Ford car of Foreman 's, Upon seeing a number of red crosses which had-been painted upon the car he said they were toe "marks of the beast'*; Also stated he did nbt sign the loyalty pledge and would not. He was arrested and placed in jail upon charge of disturbing the peace of patriotic citizens who are giving their time, money and hearty sympathy and sincere prayers for the life and protection of christian nations against a barbarous, merciless foe. Mr: McAlester, of the state lighway commission, was here "ohday night to talk with our •eople in regard to measures for ihe county to obtain the $7,000 if state money available under irtaih conditions for county lighwajr purposes. By not ap- >ropriating a like sum Adair lounty has slept upon its rights * secure the state apportioned. In a nutshell to obtain IB " $7,000 of state money Adair mnty must immediately raise ,000 to butt up against this iney .from the..' state. Funds liable ;will be apportioned by county commissioners, - 1 leav- r a balance of $2,500 to be fsed by popular subscription, ispens of Watts, Westville. •n and Bunch .township in attendance at tfee Mon- night meeting ajjjd from . ^committees werowpointed ityaeach locality to raise the J. A. Wright has' already about $800 subscribed i*' Stil- ilt and no doubt the $2500 will qgtaed throughout the county. flttP ADNlNlSTItAfgH"NOTlCE For the information of your readers I give you the following Telegram received by me from the State Food Administration Oklanoma City. v W. P. Fay Stilwell, Okla. The following telegram received from Washington. Farmers should retain sufficient flour' where they have it on hand made from their own wheat to supply reasonable- needs iUntil next harvest We week's executive the Adair quite a Madams, represented Sands, Choate, Stilwell showing much together between The Williams chocolates, and Store. A Robes, Comfort received ' Praise this and taste Mr. installed Cross Mr. The the Wrights 19.60. School which >, A vvas It which Bunch, well ThS^Sat therehal'l ^jji^ tain four months supply; six pounds per head basis, instead of thirty days, supply, but this ruling does not apply where the farmer purchased the flour. •: Food, administration of Okla. Ttake it from this that where farmers have- had -their own wheat ground 'ih'flour they shal (^ave six pounds for each one" of his family for thirty days and multiply that \ by four : plus reasonable supply for inimergen- cies as. sickness, thrashers, ect But if lie has bought lOOOlbs then he shall only retain 30 days supply taking his surplus to the mill or store where he bought same and receive his money back and then buy as he needs it, a sack at a time. Hoping each farmer of my district Aoiair County" will heed al instruction given by me to them Irom the State Administration as : I will through the papers furnish you all the informotion at once. W. P. Fay Food Ad ministration Adair Co. Okla. ALBERT CAMPELL FOR ASSESSOR Albert Campbell announces for re-election to the office o County Assessor. He has proven to be a highly satisfac tibry official as an efficient county assessor^ He has proven his ability to handle the job the tax payers are paying him to do With the ability to perfo rm this work to the satisfaction of our citizens and in strict compliance with the law, he also has made steadfast friends throughout the county in his agreeable manner of meeting all who have business with this office. In asking- your A W. W. formation ordered 1st, an of times, .Monday .. less

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