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ll'rulialilv the lutgost ciowd in the
Mory of Hi'" i0i" ' " " ""w
i'UT iiksoinnien in a i"
Itded II"". Thos. U. Anurews, oi
tamlU'i. OMunuina, " '"'
the (Sraml Lodge of Odd Fellows
tlulr inei'tlnR last Thuisday night.
..,., hnmirmi members of this lodge
aid a Kicat address from their dls-
iguMirrt visitor ana co-wumci.
.proentuilu's from Caddo, Calera.
illicrt. Hliie. Koliena ami in iuti
rco delegations were present irom
erv lodge In .the county. Alter a
islness session .Mr. Anurews maue
i tiililri-s- upon the principles oi uuu
llnHslilp. One of the immecunie
ntu nf the meetiiiK was the or-
nizatlun of each lodge in the county
lo a County Association. The aim
this association is to promote the
teren of Odd Follow lodges in the
unty. Off'cei-s weie elected as
llous: Ceo. F. Boston, uurani.
eslclent; O. I.. Davidson. Colberi,
ce President and E. M. Dlanton,
iratit, Setretniy. This organization
II meet on the 1st Tuesday nignt
April to lay plans and adopt, Con-
btu'ion.il and Ily-laws. Refresh-
lent weie sened after the meeting
ItOMIXKXT KI.KS OFFICIAL TO
VISIT 1.01MJK FKIDAY
Win. II. Atwell, prominent, attor
ir of Dallas, and Chairman of tho
enilieifliip committee of the Grand
mm of Elks in tho United states,
III pay an official visit to tho local
lk. Friday night, April 1st. This
ippenc-d to Iiu a regular meeting
fht and a full attendance Is deslr-
I by Kxalteil Itulcr George J. Sheer-
Jlr. Atwell is one of the most
loniinent Klks in the United States.
IIOTAIIIAN KI.KCT OFFH'KUS
I'Olt HNSl'INt; VKAU
At the legular meeting held
hutsilayat the 1'ie.ibyterian Church.
lo ltotary Club elected its officers
pd illieitors for tho ensuing year.
fiillims: President. C. Orr John-
In; ic.. president Kveret M. Kvans;
Mntaiy. It. Vernon Ililtibrnnd:
"ii'iirir, Kle;e A Whale; seargent
arnis. die., it. Mnliine. Directors:
li'd lloiaco Mashall. Ed
Stew an. Oliver Mattisoli and
'auk II.ilnl. These with the piesl-
ni and seeietarv eonstituto tho
lunl of ilirectiiis. Tho new officers
i iiri( tins u I be lnstu ed at the
XI mcetlnc. Thiirsd.iv. Match 31.
ihs MINSritKli TO HE STAGED
IX DUtA.NT soox
Ufhersals are now In nrocress for
animal Elk's Mlnstrelo to be.
FaPp'l Within tho next turn weeks
' the local Rika I.nrifrn Unrrv t!n.
I" of California and Miss Carroll
luusse nave been engaged to direct
M HI illirilnn
Tho Show will lin a ramhlnnH mln.
!in'.!,h.nw ntl(1 '"uslcal comedy, the
--ici rojiiing first and the musl-
luniPdy afterwards. In addition
Kl!'Jes will be put on between
je different acts, Insuring the audi-
-"- I'iminuous entertainment.
tncidentlally the entire cast wilt
tnailn im f , i - i i
Ne of Elks. '"cmocra ol ",e ,oti"
THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS
KIDS HAVE AN BARTER HUNT
A swarm of little fellows from the
lower grades in the Contral school
hail a big Easter egg hunt Friday
morning in the city park, with their
teachers along to seo that everything
wont .smoothly. Each of tho kids
took threo brightly colored eggs, and
witne'-ses said it. was worth the time
to watch the little fellows scramblo
to see which could find the most of
8 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS tt
Published April 1st 1921.
4th Insertion April 21, 1921
NOTH'K OF TAX DEED
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY
OF urtYAN. ss.
Notice is hereby given that Bry
an County, Oklahoma, did on the
5th day of November, A. D. 1918 at
the County Treasurer's office in tho
City of Durant, said County and
State, purchase at public auction tho
following described lot, parcel or
tract of land, situated in Uryan
County and State of Oklahoma, fo
Lot 17, Block 3 in Huse Addi
tion to Dlue, Oklahoma. On
March 25, 1921, Uryan County,
Hy Carl lieaty. County Treasurer,
assigned all the rights of said
county to the title of said lot to
L. E. Metcalf tor a consideration
of Two and 55100 Dollars and the
payment of taxes for the years
1918, 1919 and 1920,
upon the payment of which the said
County Tieasurer Issued a certificate
of purchase for said described pro
perty, the same being Certiflcatli
No. 1244; that the title to said pro.
perty Is vested in Harry McDavid
who is a non-resident of the State
or County upon whom service can
not be had, as shown by notlco
placed in the hands of the sheriff
and his return thereon.
Now, therefore, the said Harry
McDavid, owner and no occupant
thereof, will take notice that it the
said certificate of purchase, held by
the undersigned, for "the taxes on the
above described lot, tract or parcel
rif land, is nut redeemed within six
ty (GO) days from the date of the
publication hereof, the holder of
said certificate will demand from
the County Treasurer of said County
and St-ite a deed for said property,
to issue according to law.
L. E. METCALF,
Holder of Certificate No. 1244 Cov
ering Lot 12, Block 3, Huse Ad
dition to Blue, Oklahoma.
1st, insertion March 18, 1921
3rd insertion AnYil 1st, 1921
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
IN THE COUNTY COURT
In the Matter of the Determination
of the Heirs of Tobias Jones, De
ceased. No. 2281.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tho State of Oklahoma to the Un
known Heirs of Tobias Jones and un
known Claimants to the Hereinafter
Described Land, Their Heirs, Assigns,
Successors, Executors and Adminis
trators: You will take notice that on the
12th day of March, 1921, Virginia
Jones and other filed their petition in
the County Court of Bryan County,
Oklahoma, in tho above styled case,
in which they claim to bo heirs of
Tobias Jones, deceased, and praying
for a determination of the heirs of
Tobias Jones, deceased, and the var
ious interests to the following de
scribed land, to-wlt:
N2 of NE4 of SE4 less 2. 58 A.
for HB. NW4 of SE4 of Sec. 5,
Twp. ,5N., B. 1 W. NE4 of NE4
of SE4 of Sec. 16, Twp. 5 N., n. 5
W. SE4 of SE4 of SW4 of See. 5,
Twp. 4N n. 7V. E2 of NE4 of
SW4 and NE4 of SE4 of SW4 of
Sec 5, Twp. 4 N II. 7W. SW4 of
NE4 of NW4 of Sec. 25. Twp. 6
S., It. 1 E. NE4 of SE4 of NE4 of
Sec. 26, Twp. 6 S., It. 1 E. S2 of
SE4 of NE4 and. S2 of SE4 of
NE4 of NE4 of Sec. 26, Twp. 6 S.,
It. 1 E. SE4 of NE4 of SE4 of
Sec. 31. Twp. 4 S It. 2 V. SE4
of NW4 of Sec. 11, Twp. 1 N U.
3 V. N2 of SW4 of SE4 of Sec.
17, Twp. 6 N., B. 2 V.
You aio fuither notified that J. W.
Gladney, J. S. Mullen, J. V. Hed
rick, John Mayo, V. C. Wagner,
Wm. S. Hicks, E. 55. Allen, James W.
Crawford, and tho Jennings Invest
ment Company, a Corporation, as well
as tho unknown heirs and unknown
claimants to tho lamK of Tobias
Jones, have been miulo parties to
this piotcoding by proper order of
tho Court and that tho petition was
set for hearing in llio County Court
of Bryan County, Oklahoma for tho
11th day of May, 1921, at 10 o'clock
A. M, of said day; on or beforo such
dav. vou r.iust annear and establish
your claim as heirs of said Tobias
Jones, or vour Interest In said land,
or you will bo adjudged In default
and the petition wm ue laiceu as irue
and judgment rendered accordingly,
adjudging you hot to be an heir of
said deceased, and to have no inter
est, in said lands.
Ralph Daugherty, Deputy.
Hatchett & Semple,
Attorneys for Petitioners,
r.H REPAIRER IS INJURED
nednpsitno i--4 i- i.
plenn ' "l 'tt01 ween rruuK
ri,n,B'iCa.r.reDalrer of e Katy, was
nously lnliirori .v, k ... ...
D uki l M "" mo luuku tni
ome in i.-?e waB returning to his
re m. Kiowa, lumped the track.
ii. '"".".''it happened about two
"cs north nf tho it u- -i,i
atk6 V,ru,scs about the head and
nd rec' L.W" J?0"1 t0, Duran!
tpp .J. '"c";tti auenuon, auu
ltT " to his home at Kiowa.
KGfis in l-c nwnn..nn ,. -
About r; :; ""v1 ?
latnr,!-.. ""uoi on a certain
h'Dnpo'i,. bB." .BUla ul i.t6 retail
htaiiiri m'.wi"e th,s week they are
M" dlftoreSS!8" CentS d0Z6n-
1st Insertion March 18th, 1921
4th Insertion April 8, 1921
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
COUNTY OF BRYAN,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE.
Lausson Duckworth, Plaintiff.
M. L. Rhodes, and the American In
vestment Company, a Corporation,
and the Franklin County Savings
Bank & Trust Company of St.
Albln, Franklin County, Vermont,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
The State of Oklahoma to Frank-
lin County Savings Bank & Trust
Company of St. Albin, Franklin
Take notice that you have been
sued In the above named Court by
the above named plaintiff upon, a
petition seeking to recovor the fol
lowing real estate and premises, to
wlt: The N2 of SE4 of SE4 of Section
21, Township 8 South. Range 9
East: and Lot 4: nnd the RR4
of NE4; and NE4 of SE4 of Sec
tion 21, Township 8 South,
Range 9 East, being a portion of
tho Homestead and Surplus
Allotments of the plaintiff, and
being located In Bryan County,
seeking to cancel certain Instru
ments fully described in said peti
tion, and to recover possession of
said land, together with 16650.00 as
rental on said premises; and' especi
ally to cancel the assignment of a
mortgage. of $7500.00, dated August
3rd, 1915, mado by M. L. Rhodes and
wife to the American Investment
Company; which said mortgage is re
corded In Book 75, at page 29; and
tho assignment thereof to you by the
American Investment Company is re
corded In Book 88, page 407, In the
office of the County Clerk of Bryan
And you must answer the petition
filed herein on or beforo the 29th
day of April, 1921, or said petition
win be taken as true, and a judgment
rendered for the plaintiff for tho pos
session Of Said lands nhnvn .laaorlli-
ed, together with an order cancel
ling said instruments; and also Judg
ment for tho said sum of $5650.00
will be granted nnd rendered accord
ingly. LACY GRIMES,
Court Clerk In and for Bryan County,
Utterback & MacDonald. .
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1st insertion March 11, 1921
4th Insertion April 1st, 1921
In the District Court of Bryan
T,he Flmt National Bank of Du
5?.. ' Phlahoma' National Banking
3. F. Aldrldgo. Ivy Aldrldge, E.
P. Bays, Chas. R. Allen. Frank L.
Walker W. J. Turner. Fay Tumor,
T. v.. Vestal ct al. Defendants.
I PUBLICATION NOTICE
, State of Oklahoma to Frank L. Wal-
er, v. j. Turner and Fay Turner
and T. W. Vestal, GREETING:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that on March 10, 1921 the
First National Bank of Durant sued
J. F. Aldridge, Ivy Aldrldgo. E. P.
Bays. Chas R. Allen, Frank L. Wal
ker, W. J. Turner, Fay Turner, T.
v , . Vestal, et als. In tho district court
of Bryan County, Oklahoma to re
cover a judgment for $2800.00 prin
cipal, $280.00 attorneys fees, and
additional sum of $300.00 Interest
Paid on first mortgage, with inter.
est on said sums of money from Jan.
uary 1, 1921 at the rate of 10 per
cent per annum and to foreclose
mortgage on the following lands:
NW4; N2 of N2 of SW4 of Sec.
36. Township 7 South, Range
9 East of Indian base and Meri.
dian, Bryan Coun'y, Oklahoma.
Now therefore, you nnd each of
you are hereby notified of the filing
of said suit and that you must an
swer the plaintiff's petition on or be.
fore tho 23rd day of April 1921 or
said petition will be taken as true arid,
confessed and Judgment rendered ac
cordingly in favor of the plaintiff
nnd against you for tho said sum
of $2800.00 principal, $280.00 attor
neys fees, evidenced by promissory
note and mortgage, and the addition
al sum of $300.00 Interest paid on
first mortgage, with Interest on all
of said sums of money from January
1, 1921 nt the rate of 10 per cent
per annum, with a further Judgment
foreclosing tho plaintiff's mortgago
on tho abovo described lands for the
payment, thereof, and an order di
recting the sale of said property.
Signed this March 10, 1921.
Court Clerk, Bryan County, Okla.
By Ralph H. Daugherty, Deputy.
Hatchett & Ferguson,
(First Insertion March 18, 1921)
(Third insertion Anrll 1. 1921)
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
IN THE DiHTimrr COURT
Jesse M. Hatchett, Plaintiff,
C. L. Sattcrfleld, Odessa Sattertleld,
1. G. Sattertleld. Glen I. Satter.
field, Wnxahachle National Bank
of Waxahachle, Texas, a corpora
tion, L. D. Lasswcll, Trustee of
Waxahachlo National Bank of
Wnxahachle, Texas, First National
Bank of Durant, Oklahoma, a cor
poration; and Joshua F. Mackey,
The Stato of Oklahoma to C. L. Sat
tcrfleld, Odessa Sattertleld, I. G.
Sattertleld, Glenn I. Sattertleld,
Waxahachlo National Bank of
Waxahachlo, Texas, a corporation,
L. D. Lasswell, Trustee of Waxa
lilchle National Bank of Waxahac
hlo, Texas, and Joshua F. Mackey:
Said defendants will take notice
thnt they together with the First
National Bank of Durant, Oklahoma,
havo been sued In the District, Court
of Bryan County, Oklahoma, by Jesse
M, Hatchett, as plaintiff, to forcloso
a mortgage1 on tho following descrtb.
ed real estate situate In Bryan Coun
ty, Oklahoma, to-wlt:
Lots one (1), two (2, throe
and four (4) of section nineteen
(19) and southeast quarter (SE
4) of Bouthwest quarter (SW4)
of Bectlon eighteen (18), town
ship eight (8) south, range
twelve (12) east of the Indian
Base and Meridian, nnd also a
cortaln accreted land attached
to secure the payment of two certala
promissory notes amounting In tki
aggregate to $1,080.00 with elfkt
(8) per cent, interest thereon froM
January 1, 1921, and an additional
ten (10) per cent, as attorneys' fM,
nnd unless said defendants answer
on or before the first day of May,
1921. the allegations of the petition
will be taken as true and judgment
will be rendered forcloslng said mort
gago nnd ordering said property sold
to pay said indebtedness.
Dated this 15th day of Marc,
1921. LACY GRIMES,
Court Clerk, Bryan County. Oklla,
HATCHETT ft SEMPLE,
Attorneys tor Plaintiff.
1st insertion March 25th, 1921
3rd insertion April 8th, 1921
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, I
COUNTY OF BRYAN,
In the Justice Court of Bokchtto.
before S. W. Adams, Justice of the
II. B. Fustln, Plaintiff.
Mrs. Hattle Farrow, Defondant. .
The State of Oklahoma to Mrs. Hat.
Take notlco that you have been
sued In the above named court upon
a debt In the sura of Sixty ($60) and
must answer tho bill of particulars,
filed therein by said plaintiff, on or
before the 18th day of April 1921,
or said bill of particulars will be tak
en as true and a Judgment for said
plaintiff, in the sum of Sixty Dol
lars ($60.), and tho attachment
therein sustained and rendered ac
S. W. ADAMS,
Justice of the Peace.
Paul N. Butord,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Stock Dipping Dates
Below are listed the various dipping vats now in use in Bryan County, together with
the.names of inspectors. Dippings will be held at each vat, on the dates given opposite
each vat in the Quarantine District every 14 days and in the free areas every 28 days. Dates
when dippings will be had, at vats under construction, will be announced later. Dipping to
be done betwee nhours of 7 a. m. and 5 p. m.
T. J. BALL,
Federal Inspector in Charge, Bryan County.
Wheeler Vat No. 55, Mon., March 21.
Grub Lake Vat No. 74, Mon., March 28
J. A. DAVIS, INSPECTOR.
Lake West Vat No. 59, Wed,, March 23
Smith & Lee Vat No. 48, Wed., Mar. 30
Blackwell Vat No. 75, Fri., April 1.
Obcrlin Vat No. 76, Fri., March 25
Allison Vat No. 21, Mon. April 4
Shults Vat No. 73, Monday, April 11
Vaughan Vat No. 42, Tues. April 5
j. m. Mcpherson, inspector.
Bray Vat No. 43, Tuesday April 12
Albany Vat No. 41, Tuesday, April 21
Roberta Vat No. 23 Wed., April 13
Utica Vat No. 63, Wed., April 7
Yuba Vat No. 32 Wed., April 6th
Anders Vat No. 66 Fri., April 1
McDonald Vat No. 70 Fri., April 8
Leecraft Vat No. 6, Mon., April 25
Calera Vat No. 9, Mon., April 18
Hendrix Vat No. 18, Mon., April 11
Coffee Bend Vat No. 1, Mon., April 4
Potts Vat No. 35, Wed., April 27
W. II V lili Alii) IIACON, inspector
Murray Vat No. 8, Wed., April 20
Willis Vat No. 69, Wed., April 13
Platter Vat No. 2, Wed., April 6
Achille Vat No. 19, Fri., April 22
Holland Vat No. 20, Fri., April 15
Finch Town Vat No. 3, Fri., April 8
Colbert Vat No. 7, Fri., April 1
Kemp Vat No. 17, Tues., April 5
Yarnaby Vat No. 31, Thurs., April 7
Wormack Vat No. 12, Thurs., April 14
Cotton Vat No. 4, Tues,, April 12
Banty Vat No. 46 Mon., April 4
Drapper Vat No. 52 Mon., April 11
Reeves Vat No. 61, Mon., April 18
Baxter Vat No. 39, Mon., April 25
A. E. UOYDSTON, INSPECTOR
Bokchito Vat No. 45, Wed., April 6
Cade Vat No. 57, Wed., April 13
Johnson Vat No. 71, Wed., April 20
Caddo Vat No. 40, Wed., April 27
Matoy Vat No. 53, Frfi., April 1
Tolliver Vat No. 56, Fri., April 8
Turnbull Vat No. 47, Fri., April 15
Pritchard Vat No. 58, Fri., April 22
Parish Vat No. 50, Mon., April 11
Rowland Vat No., 67, Mon., April 4
Jackson Vat No. 54, Mon., April 18
H. N. RAMBO, INSPECTOR
Bushnell Vat No. 22, Wed., April 6
Williams Vat No., 65, Wed., April 13
Wanning Vat No. 49, Wed., April 20
Bennington Vat No., 51,-Fri., April 8
Cooper Vat No., 38 Fri., April 15
Graham Vat No. 34 Mon., April 4
Morgan Vat No. 68, Mon., April 11
Pirtle Vat No. 36, Mon., April 18
Booker Vat No. 24, Mon., April 25
. G. WILLIAMS, INSPECTOR
ldridge Vat No. 62, Wed., April 6
tfoorman Vat No. 27, Wed., April 13
Mullins Vat No. 64, Wed., April 20
3ates Vat No. 25, Wed., April 27
Hatcher Vat No. 77, Friday April 8
Blue Vat No. 37, Fri., April 15
McKinley Vat No. 26, Fri., April 22
Anderson Vat No. 44, Fri., April 1
Kenefick Vat No., 33, Mon., April 4
Bub Colbert Vat No., 16, Mon. April 11
Chas Bates Vat No. 60, Mon., April 18
Silo Vat No. 11, Mon., April 25
JAKE BROWN, INSPECTOR
Smith Vat No. 29,'Wed., April 6
Red Brown Vat No. 15, Wed., April 13
Marshall Vat No. 5, Wed., April 20
Kiersey Vat No. 10, Wed., April 27
Pate Vat No. 30, Fri., April 1
Rambo Vat No. 28, Fri., April 8
Joe Brown Vat No. 14, Fri., April 15
Harris Vat No. 14, Fri., April 22