After the creation of the State and this county, the various sections were the county were referred to as Districts, this basically for census and voting purposes. These districts followed either natural boundaries, such as the Little River, but most commonly were constructed using the plat map of the county.These districts were then combined into townships (when there wasn't a major town per se to identify the district with).
One such township was the Kirk Township, which actually comprised three of the districts of the plat.(The other townships were: Eagle, Fowler, Frisco, Mountain, Sulphur, White and Wilson, with also the Towns of Broken Bow, Garvin, and Idabel).
Kirk Township was comprised of District 142, District 143, and District 144.I could now type a rather lengthy plat description of the these Districts, but frankly ... without a plat map, they will be of no service to you.
Looking at a current map of the area, what was then the Kirk Township would be from the Little River, due north of the Felker Community, running straight down to the Red River (Texas) ... the west boundary line.It is boundaried (is that a word?) on the north by the Little River and in the south by the Red River.The east boundary line runs from the Little River about 2 miles to the east of the Town of Garvin down to the Red River about 1 mile west of the old Boss Community (it still appears on some maps).This is roughly an area equivalent to 108 square miles ... in other words, somewhere out in the county.
Cisco was a small community that was located approximately 3 miles west of the City of Idabel (off what is now Highway 37).As a community, it is basically extinct as well ... from a mapping perspective ... but there are still people, homes, and businesses out there that continue to refer to their area as the Cisco area.