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Ijgue, M.i nsille.
, roulsi' Miott. Durant.
Jeanne AM"i-im. Durant.
Ear Anili-r nn. Durant.
Aisle, i niicit.
Caroline lil.ukwell, Checotah.
i Bennett. Durant.
ML Huntington, Ark.
I Daile, Achille.
iwln S. Dkkrrson, Durant.
i Drue Kiimonston. Durant.
h Eian. C.ilera.
Anne Crier. Mndlll.
, Harrln, ApIiHIc.
UiellfuM Hmken Bow.
J E. L.iml"'it, I'rescott, Ark.
B. Land. Kiowa.
to llailen. McAlester.
Ilodre Laiklnx. Broken Bow.
Hen I."'. 1'ittMburg.
'rite Jlairh. Madlll.
ilai Nnr''fi lit. Mariettr.
Loul i V iildtio, Red Oak,
LM.'e Hii-i. IJnititon.
Inn Itnwli v. Klnwa.
I Onlm. Sti'wnrt. Durant,
Mirtln William", Qulnton.
kid. Narrows, Ky.
IP. Crow ill Iiurnnt,
Hisli (hini (irmltintPS
fc!a Colli- Dawson.
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STOlii: .t OKMULGEE
Kendall, , resident of Du
it boueht tho Blankenshlp
; Okmultec. :mrt him nD in
1 to taki. rharge of his now
' m. iinHrty acquired by
'"'I N nnn of the largest
'"ilShiriL- anil ah na .Inn. In
1 WownK on city. Mr, Ken-
"""i a nurant citizen since
an' '"is. when he organ.
K-nrl.ii! Clothing Company
'WMd.Ptntnn Company about
- irf ago. During his
i "" residence here Mr.
na tl"('ll MsnllflnJ .IU
y pi Mir spirited move
s Iwn IniinxhoJ j l...
5 Of Ik ,.y.B m(Jgt n,luen.
- - i j'ifiifi,
"H ami their son Edwin,
- ... .JMimiuee Just yet but
.. ...-r. until Mr. Kendall
pe. 7 " l"c"
Diieue urmi tt
Uck the scalp, de
troyine the hair
E r o w t h , cauiing
gratis, dtad-iooking, lui
' ' hair and Itching
t i .. iiunri Mtdlcated
iht cc- ' ",' ne "y hair roots
"ccrif .."I"" meaicinai in
In ,tf .' 'P jroublei. caualnc
fti-e V, , , '"d Imparting that
l " ' t.iat indlcatei the prop.
France To Seek
U. S. Protection
As a condition to the limitation
of Innd armament, Prance Is prepar
ing to ask the Unlteil stn i
-- u hum. ...w nil
nntee her protection In thn nvn -.tn.wit.
Oormnn aggression against French i pi, i i
territory. k"w irench Cash In hand upon the conflrma-
I 'Ion of the sale.
subset'",;, S guaraneernmtt , T' f,. th PUrcha8e therco' mu"t
French Oovornment win vL nl'r" ,n,wr",n and " be filed In the
terms of the 2 ll,n "...TiE !. .l.- ,nt'. CUrt or d" to the
Thb nmiAKj WpgLY iNjm
St) fCet Of Lot R anrf .11 )). n
In Block 308, In tho City of Du
rant, Oklahoma, Bryan County, ac
cording to the official plat and
Said real estatn win i.r, -i.i
the following terms and conditions,
which was auueestnd hoiv... n.-
Great Brltlan and tho United States!
If France finds that sentiment
among the other world iw.n i..
her sufficient support, she will ad
vance ner proposal at tho coming
world conference in Wnoi,i...
She will insist that she can not re
auce nor armies unless she receives
a pledge from America or Brltlan
that these countries win nmii t,.
France, it, g learned, dona nm in.
t that a formal trnntv ho j ...
up, such as was suggested during
the peace conference, but would be
satisfied If tho Amelrcan nilmlnutm.
tlon adopted a declaration of prln.
cipies wnich afforded France the
protection that she would have irntn-
ea unner the proposed triple alliance.
A formal request of this nninro
may be expected to nrnrinitntn miito
some storm politically.
SHANE BECOMES INTERESTED
IN FIRST STATfi BANK
The clOBlng of a transaction la
announced tils week wherein n. n.
Shane, becomes a stockholder In the
first state Bank of this city and
will shortly become an active officer
in the bank. It is announced that
there will be no other change In the
personel or tho management of the
Judge Baxter Taylor of the Indus
trial Court of Oklahoma City ad
dressed the student body of South
eastern Normal here Thursday In
their last general assembly of the
1st, Insertion July 22, 1921.
2nd Insertion July 29, 1921
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Adnir.. Executor or (uartliiiii
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
COUNTY OF STEPHENS
IN COUNTY COURT
In the matter at the Estate of Susan
S. Burton, Deceased.
Notice is hereby clven In nursu-
ance of an order of the County Court
undersigned nt the niiv mhi
Hank in Duncan, Oklahoma.
Dated the 15th day of July, 1921.
D. A. FOWLER,
Wilkinson & Sage, Attorneys.
1st insertion July 15, 1921
4th insertion Aug. 5th, 1921
NOTICE OF TAX DKKn
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY
ur IIHIAIV, as.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned V. L. Guthrlo did on the
5th day of November, A. D., 1918 at
the County Treasurer's office In the
City of Durant, said County and State
purcliaBo at public auction the fol
lowing described lot, parcel or tract
of land, situated in Bryan County
and State of Oklahoma, to-wit:
Lot 9, block 27 In tho town of
Keneflck, Oklahoma, for the sum of
Three & 04100 Dollars for the taxes
duo on said property for the year
1917, upon the payment of which the
said County Treasurer Issued a cer.
tlftcate of purchaso for said de
scribed property, the same being
Certificate No. 171; that the title to
said property Is vested In W. H.
Wood who Is a non-resident of the
State or County upon whom personal
service cannot be had, as shown by
notice placed In the hands of the
sheriff and his return thereon.
Now, therefore, the Bald W. H.
Wood, owner, and no occupant there
of, will take notice that If the certi
ficate of purchase, hold by the un
dersigned, for the taxes on thn ahnvn
described lot, tract or parcel of land
is not redeemed within sixty (60)
days from the date of the publica
tion hereof, tho holder of said cer
tificate will demand from the County
Treasurer of said Countv and State
a deed for said property, to issue ac
cording to law.
W. L. GUTHRIE,
Holder of Certificate No. 171.
Covering Lot 9, block 27, Keneflck,
1st Insertion July 15, 1921
4th Insertion August 12. 1921
STATE OF OKLAHOMA I
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S HALE
Notice is hereby clven that thn
undersigned sheriff of Bryan County.
Oklahoma will, at tho hour of two
o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of Aug-
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of the County of Stephens, State of Mhe Bryan County Court House in the
Oklahoma, made on Jhc 5th day of
July, 1921 tho undersigned Admin.
istrator of the estate of Susan S.
Burton, Deceased, will sell at private
sale to the hichest bidder, sublcct to
confirmation by said Court, on the '
9th day of August, A. D 1921, at;
10 o'clock A. M. at the County Court
Rooms, Duncan, Oklahoma, all the!
rlirht tltlft and Intprnst nf snfil Ks. I
....., ... . (
tato of Susan S. Burton, Deceased,'
In and to tho following described
real estate situate In Bryan County.!
Stato of Oklahoma to-wll:
The East 92 feet of the South
city of Durant, Oklahoma, sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash the
following described real estate, to-wit:
Monty bacK w.tno it qutrrtion
If HUNTS OUAKATI TV.rti
CVIM mcirACI,' f . rfflMWia
(II ant's Silve nil.. I! i ip'.l oil In
the treatment of Itch, l.m-it
!. a'.Ii ,'iaaa Tr ttil
treatment At our tUk.
A. L. KlMllItlEaU'S imiG STOKE
SAVE TIME AND MONEY ON YOUR
NEXT TRIP IN TEXAS
From Denison One way Round trip
To Dallas $2.10 $4.00
To Waco $4.95 $9.40
To Corsicana $3.65 $6.95
To Ft. Worth $3.03 $5.67
(War tax 8 per cent additional)
See Our Boll Weevil Catcher
This machine attaches
to any riding cultiva
tor and sweeps the crop
free of the weevil while
the fanner is plowing
it thus adding no ex
pense to the cultivation
of his crop. We are al
so agents for the Mar
tin Ditcher which is the
be?t machine of it kind
made. We also have
wide tiie iow wheel wagons suitable for road work. And
"Hay Presses, Mowers, Rakes and Hay Ties. All at the
A. L Severance Hardware Co.
W2 of SE4 of SE4 of NE4; East
342.5 ft. of SW4 of 8E4 of NE4;
East 342.5 ft. of NW4 of NE4 of
SE4; 1.2.'. acres along the north lino
and side of E2 of SW4 of NE4 of SE4
all in Si-uion 29, Township 6 South,
Range H East of the Indian base and
Meridian, iirynn County, Oklahoma,
loss a tract of ground conveyed by
tho said K. T. Clymor to E. J. James
by deed l (-corded in tho office of the
County Clerk of Bryan County, Okla
homa In linok 150, page 214, de
scribed as follows: Beginning 188 tt.
West ami 495 ft. North of SB Corner
of SW4 nf NE4 of SE4 of Section
29, Township 6 South, Range 9 East;
thence North 150 ft.; thence West
142 ft.; thence South 150 ft.; thence
East 142 ft. to placo of beginning.
Said property being sold pursuant
to the terms of a Judgment and de.
cree rendered by the district court
of Bryan County, Oklahoma In Cause
No. 4495 on the Docket of said court
in which action on Juno 7, 1921 tho
Steger Lumber Company obtained a
Judgment against E. T. Clyraer for
the sum of $830.71 with Interest
and the further sum of $100.00 at
torneys fees; and in which action the
Sutherland Lumber & Coal Company,
n corpoiatlon. recovered a Judgment
against K. T. Clymer and Mrs. E. T.
Clymer for $1041.35 with Interest
and the fuither sum of $105.00 at
torneys fee: and In which action H.
C. Frye recovered a Judgment against
E. T. Clymer for the sum of $233.11
with Interest and the further sum of
$30.00 attorneys foes; and in which
action C. S. Pierce recovered a Judg
ment for the sum of $503.05 with In.
terest and the further sum of $50.00
attorneys fee, together with the fore,
closure of a materialman's lien on
the above described real estate and
to enforce which a special execution
or order of Bale was Issued by the
court clerk of Bryan County, Okla
homa ou the 8th day of July 1921.
Signed this July 8th, 1921.
Sheriff, Bryan County, Okla.
By Clyde Norman,
Hatchett & Ferguson,
1st insertion July 15, 1921
4th Insertion August 12, 1921
BRYAN COUNTY. I
STATE OF OKLAHOMA j
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notlco is hereby given that tho
"for Swamn Chill Tonir tn hrrak
UD mv malaria, and I'vp frit fin
eter since. I wouldn't be without
thit wonderful rmcdy."
Thm Doctor' Prmtcription
60r at All Dealers.
undersigned sheriff of Bryan County,
Oklahoma will, nt the hour of two
o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of Aug
ust, 1921 and at the east entrance to
tho Bryan County Court Houso In tho
city of Durant, Oklahoma, sell to tho
highest and best bidder for cash tho
following described real estate, to
wlt: Beginning at a point 496 ft. North
of the Southeast Corner of NE4 of
SE4 of Section 29, Township 6 South
Rango 9 East of the Indian baso and
Meridian, Bryan County, Oklahoma;
thenco West 222 ft: thence North
412.5 tt; thence East 222 ft; thence
South 412.5 ft; to the place of be
ginning, together with all Iraprov.
ments situated thoreon and the ap
purtenances thereunto belonging.
Said property being sold to satisfy
it Judgment rendered In tho district
court of Bryan County, Oklahoma In
Causo No. 4595 on the Docket of
said court, wherein L. F. Lee is
plaintiff and W. O. Fleming et al,
nro defendants and In which action
tho plaintiff obtained Judgment
against W. O. Fleming and C. M.
Fleming under date of June 25, 1921
for the Bum of $4608.00 with Inter
est, and a decree foreclosing the
plaintiff's mortgage on the above
described real estate and to enforce
which Judgment a special elocution
or order of sale was Issued by the
Court of Bryan County, Oklahoma on
the 8th day of July 1921.
Signed this July 8th, 1921.
Sheriff, Bryan County, Okla.
By Clyde Norman,
Hatchett & Ferguson,
DR. A. L. STOUT
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Phone 888 Darant, OUa-i
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