M.J. Watts, A.L. Shackelford, W. Harmon travel to funeral

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M.J. Watts, A.L. Shackelford, W. Harmon  travel to  funeral - OFFICER HELD UP BUTMAKESARREST The latter part...
OFFICER HELD UP BUTMAKESARREST The latter part of the week Chief Polioe.W.N. Agent, W»B called to the railroad crobeing to -arrest a iiegrcy. When be got to the crossing the negro was gone, two "trav- ling men" were there waiting for a ''special". Will went over and asked them what they were tioing, and told them he had better pee what they had, Whereupon one of toeui put bis hand in hie inside pocket,persu- m'ably to get a labor Umior oard, at the same lime saying that he would how hira what he bad. When he drew his band out he covered Will with a gun. The other then relieved Will of his gun. He was then permitted to go. He went to a near by house bouse and borrowed a shot j>un and was joine<i_by Nr.Crocker abd Joe Wilson, io a^car they gav« chase to the men and oacght tBern,recovering Will's gun. After that they caught negro up near the tank. Mr,&MrB.OscaT Noble of Hanson ; spent the week end in Sallisaw, visiting relatives, Money,is to scarce too spend for new shoes when you can have old ones repaired at Manker's shoe shop.^ Lenord Saxon attended the singing corivetion at Maple Saturday. Missj Gussie MoPeterV attended the siugiug convention at Maple Sunday. Mr. W.S. Bruton of Mnldrow wa&a business visitor here Monday. E.B. Gulhrey returned Monday from Guthrie where he attended the Oklahoma Press association. ' 'Mr. & Mrs.J.S. Whitsett left Monday for "Mo Kenzie Teun, to visit Mrs. Whit setts mother who iB_vfery s ,.sjc_k..^ ...'.-.,..„ - ed J..C. » Vian of " attended Miss" Ruth^Cherry left Monday for Nashville Tehn; where her sister is seriously ill. Sbe will be ' out'cf school the reminder of the term ajer*-sasfc -t-wt*^ oth« boys w>lked home from Sallisaw last Sunday night.' Prof.: Qyler ows of the teachers from Marble was here Monday. He mafte our school a very pleas ant visit.'.. li.O. JbhnsoD&Will Waltoa took their famlies out on Skin Bayou oreek last week fishing. Though'tney caught nothing, they report an enjoyable" time. A-L.Sbaukelford&family and W Harmon&family went totFt Smith Sunday after-noon to attend the fcneral of Mr M, J. Watts Mrs Shapkelford's father. Miss Baker of the wholesale flour 'and feed company of S&Hisaw was down here Mob day. Mr.Grvoer Harmon of Gans was a Sallisaw visitor Saturday- While here he made this office a most pleasant visitor. Cbriseube.ry ooe of jne pro minent citizens of Gans .was a allieaw visitoc Tbursbay. !

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  1. The Democrat-American,
  2. 14 May 1915, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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