The Maysville News Maysville, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Feb. 21, 1908
Dies from Burns NOLA, the little 18 months old daughter of the J. C. KENNEDY family, who live three miles east of Maysville, was seriously burned about the face and shoulders Feb. 12 by the accidental upsetting of a pan of gravy. The little one survived, suffering intensely until death relieved her sufferings at 8 p.m. Thursday evening. Funeral services were conducted and the little one was laid to rest at the Maysville Cemetery.
Rush Creek News J. D. YODER, JAMES NALLA, and Mrs. MILLER had the misfortune of losing several hogs to a disease unknown to them.
WILLIAM TASH is fixing to start to Mexico. We are sorry to lose Mr. Tash from our neighborhood.
ELMER PEEL, one of our old neighbors living at Arbuckle for the last two years, has moved back with us and taken a lease at Mist Springs under WILLIAM FREEMAN.
WILL ROBINSON, clown of Ringling Bros. Circus, has rented land of J. D YODER and already learned that a crop can not be made in a day.
THORN COLBERT, living on JOHNNIE GOODSON’s place, is suffering from a growth on one eye. The doctor says it will be necessary to remove the affected part to protect the other eye.
WALTER YODER says as this is leap year, he hopes ‘something will happen.’ He is tired of cooking.
The First Bank of Maysville, T. A. VAUGHN, president; H. W HICKAM, cashier; GLENN B. HAINES, vice president; B. A. VAUGHN, assistant cashier; directors, SAM MONCRIEF, ALBERT PLASTER, A. R. HICKAM, H. W HICKAM, B. A VAUGHN, GLENN B. HAINES
Program for the box supper on Washington’s Birthday, Feb. 22: DAVE COOK, RUTH CORBETT, LILLIE HARRIS, MARTHA COOK, C. C HIGH, KAITE GERMANY, V. CROUCH, PEARL GUTHRIE, DELLA SAMPLE, MAY HIGH, L. BURNETT, ROY BURNETT
J.J. BALLEW has been slightly indisposed this week.
J. M. WHITE was here from Wynnewood.
MISS GLADY WERTZ is visiting MISS SUE WILSON.
G. A BAXTER was a business visitor to Lindsay.
W. G. BURKS was shipping stock from Pauls Valley.
SAM NEAL and ALBERT PLASTER were transacting business at Ardmore.
WILLIAM BERRYMAN of Purcell was a visitor at our trade center Wednesday.
B. A VAUGHN accepted an insurance agency.
MISS MARTHA BERKLEY and MISS ELLA BERKLEY returned from visiting relatives at Paoli.
The son of MR. NELSON, who lives on Rush Creek, is quite low with pneumonia.
MRS. J. F HILL of Wayne is visiting her mother, MRS. M. E. WAYMAN.
MISS ADDIE LEE OXFORD was quite sick the first of the week, and there has been no school since Tuesday.
WALTER WHITE, bookkeeper for the PRIMM-WHITE Mercantile Company at Wynnewood, was a trade center visitor Monday.
J. M. ADAMS of the ADAMS-WHITE Co., went to Dallas for the purpose of purchasing a portion of their spring stock of millinery.
W. H. MCCORKLE has had a fine cistern constructed on his residence property. H. C EDDY of Pauls Vally had the contract.
CLARENCE MAYS bears the distinction of being the only single man in the state who owns both a school house and a church.
J. A CLARK went to Fort Worth.
From Wallville C. W. GRAY, our postmaster and storekeeper, is quite ill with pneumonia.
Little LEE BICKERSTAFF fell from a stalk cutter last Wednesday and fractured the patella of his right knee.
The little infant of Mr. and Mrs. MCCURLEY died of pneumonia and was laid to rest in the Erin Springs cemetery Monday.
J. A SCOTT, the blacksmith, is a busy man.
ED TOMLINSON was up at Happy Hollow Saturday night and drove so fast he melted the shafts of his Spaulding. Suppose he got a glimpse of someone?
Wallville has a splendid school building just completed and a box supper will be given in it Saturday, Feb. 22. The proceeds are to applied as a payment on the house.