Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
September 16, 1918
DRUMRIGHT —Fred Tindle, a Drumright business man charged
with assault with intent to kill, has been bound over by Justice
of Peace, H. C. Clements, in the sum of $2,500. He will be tried
at the October term of court. Tindle is alleged to have shot W.
N. Parker of 0ilton on Sept 10., His friends declare he is a
victim of circumstances and that he did not shoot Parker and was
not present when the shooting occurred.
DRUMRIGHT --Earl Anderson and J. Arthur
Wilson left yesterday for New York City to join the American
Red Cross for overseas service. They will be sent to France
within the next few days. Anderson and Wilson had served as
deputy sheriffs during the past two years in Creek county. They
resigned and entered the Red Cross service.
Complied and transcribed by Zoey Fryhover, 2009.