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A Man To
J. ALLEN DUNN
Copyright Bobbs Merrill Co.
CHAPTK.lt 1 LnluruiK on the ,-h.
Francisco water fi. tit, Jo); r. J tititi
Mwspaper reporter, la arcuMxl j h i.i.ii.i
man, a giant In size, who a-ks it n .
to lead lllm to tho simIiiik enimnii-r I :ir
Juk. The blind man tell Itainf) i
o old shlpmata of Captain Slmms of ihe
JCarluk and desires tn -nahe 1,1 m i
surprise. He asks lulnoy to lead lilm
board, and Italney doe vi In the
cabin they find C'aptuln Slmms and a mat.
uunsd Carlson. Slmms rutoKinzes tho
Mind man, calling him Jim I.'ind Luml
.accuses Slmms of abandoning him, blind
D an Ice floe, and denounces hlrti for
J bat he calls Ills Ingratitude, Slmms
snies the charge, but Lund refuses to
pacified. He declarea his Intention or
accompanying the Karluk on I Li expedi
tion north, where It Is going In quest
f a gold field which Lund ruin dlm-ov.
a Peggy, Btmme' daughter. Is ubo.iril.
defends her father. Carlsen, who Is
yslclan, drugs Ilalney.
CHAPTER II. Awaking from his atu-
Br, Ilalney finds himself at sea Carlsen
orms him he has been kidnaped be
tanse. haying learned the object of the
xpedltlon, he might have divulged It and
frostrated the plana of the voyagera. He
MCera Ilalney a share of the gold, and
tUklney, seeing nothing else to be done,
doe la res himself satisfied. Uind gives
Mm a brief account of a former expedl
ttta of the Karluk, tells him he distrusts
Qsrlsan, and suggests a "partnership,"
Molnay to act as Lund's "eyes "
"I can work mjr patumKe," laid
Blny. He didn't trait the doctor,
tfcOBffn he thought he'd play fair about
tast sold. But St wag fanny, bli a
"Ah I" The doctor appeared to dla
bUi the subject with tome relief.
Well," he went on, "are you open to
Feuon and food? I'm sorry about
your friends and folks nshore, but
you're not the first prodigal who hat
cme back with the fatted calf In
stead of hungry for It."
"That part of It Is all right," said
Xalney. There was no hcJp for the
situation, save to make the most of
tt and the best. "But I'd like to ask
ion a question."
"Go ahead. Hae n cigarette?"
Ralney would rather have taken It
from anyone ele, but the whirr of
burning tobacco, ns Carlsen lit up,
gave htm an Irresistible rnivlng for n
moke. Besides, It wouldn't (In for
the doctor to know he iiiMnisleil him.
If he wag to be n imrt of the nhlp'n
life, there wn.s sinnll wiisc In nrtlnK
pettishly. He took the rlj-nrptti1, ac
cepted the light, and Inhaled crate
fully. "What's the question?" nsknl t'nil
an. "You weren't on lice lust trip. Von
weren't In on tin- original den J. ItuL I
find you tlnltiB nil the talking, iiiuklm:
me offers. You drugged me on jour
wn Impulse. Where's the skipper?
How does lie stund In this mutter?"
"You're unking n good drill for nil
outsider. It seems to me. Itnluey. I
came to you partly as jour doctor.
But I speak for the riiplnlii ami the
crew. Don't worry about that."
"And Lund?" Hiiinej had gathered
that the doctor resented I.unil.
Cnrl&en's eyes narrowed.
"Lund will he taken enre of," he
said, and, for the life of him. Itnlney
could not Judge the statement for
threat or friendly promise. "As for
my status, I expect to he Captain
Slmms' son-in-law as soon us the trip
"AH right," said Halney. ( 'arisen'
announcement surprised him. Some
how he could not place the girl as the
He rose and limbed fniv ami huudx.
Carlson left the cabin. The main
room was empty when Italney en
tered, but there wan a plnie set at the
The main cuhin won well appointed
In hardwood, with led cushions on the
transoms and a creeping plant or so
hanging here and there. A canary
chirped up nnd broke Into rolling song.
It was nil homy, Innocuous. Yet he
had been drugged at the snme table
not so long before. And now he wan
pledged a share of ungathered gold. It
was a far cry back to his desk In the
A Japanese entered, sturdy, or
white-clad figure, deft, polite, Incuri
ous. He had brought In some ham
and eggs, strong coffee, sliced canned
peaches, bread and butter. He served
Cjs Ralney ate heartily, feeling hit
old self coming back with the food,
specially with the coffee.
"Thanks, Tamada," he said as he
pushed aside his plate at last.
"Everything arrlght, air?" purred
Balney nodded. The "sir" was r
assuring. He was accepted as a some
body aboard the Karluk. Tamada
cleared away swiftly, and Ralney felt
for hla own cigarette. Some one was
snoring In a stateroom off the cabin,
and he fancied by Its volume It was
It was a divided ship's company,
after all. For he knew that Land,
handicapped with his blindness, would
live perpetually suspicious of Slmms.
And the doctor was against Lund.
Ralney' own position was a paradox.
He started for tho compantonway,
and a alight sound made htm turn, to
face the girl. She looked at htm cas
ually a Ralney, to hla annoyance,
"Good afternoon," said Ralney, "Are
yoji going on deckf
It wi not n cleer opening, hut
he -lettied to toll lilm of wit. to nn
-Meiit He liiul et to know how slip
td com rnlng his presence itlicnril.
IHd she coiinteiintH e the fop Ible kid
I'iiplng of Is 1 in as n possible tattler?
( r "
"My father tells me you lim de
cided to go with tin," he hrIiI, pleas
antly rieiii.li. hut iodic loo tonllully.
ltlllln-V Him Jil.
"You Iiiim- not hi en will. I hope
you me hen r Have jou eaten?"
Itulne legal to Hunk that she wi
Igniiriilit of the I'.n-ls. And lie inuile
Up his nillid lo Uniiic theiu.
"Thank .Mm I lutw." he nld. "I
whs gnliu le hnK up Mr I. nnd "
'I he sememe coM'leil II sudllell
cliii'ige of mind lie liu loiter want
ed in go on diil. villi the gill 'I'n'X
Well' lint ti, he il.tluiales She was
"flood Afternoon," aald Ralney. "Are
You Qolno on Deck?"
to marry Carlsen. He was an out
alder. Carlsen had told him that. So
she seemed to regard him, Imperson
ally, without Interest. It piqued htm.
"Mr. Lund Is In the first mate'
cabin," said the girl, Indicating a door.
"Mr. Bergstrom, who was mate, died
at seo last voyage. Doctor f'arlsen
act as navigator with my father, but
he has another room."
She passed him and went on deck.
Carlsen was acting first mate as well
as surgeon. That meant he had sea
manship. Also that they hud taken
In no replacements, no other men to
swell the little corporation of fortune
hunters who knew the secret, or a
part or It. It was unusual, but Italney
shrugged his shoulders and rapped
on the door of the cabin.
It took loud knocking to waken
Lund. At Inst he roared n "Come In."
Itnlney found him sealed nn the
edge of his hunk, diessed In his under
clothes, his glashes In place. Ralney
wondered whether he slept In them.
Lund's uncanny Intuition seemed to
rend the thought He tapped the
"Hate to tnke them ofT." he said.
"Light hurts my ejes, though the op
tic nerve Is dead. Seems to strike
through. How'ri' e itinkln' out?"
"Yon know they drugged me,"
Itnlney ended his recital of the Inter
view he hud hud with the doctor.
"Knockout drops? I guessed If.
That doctor's slick. Well, ynu'c not
much fault to find, have ye? Carlsen
talked .sense Here you are on the
road to a fortune. I'll see yore
share's u fair one. There's plenty. It
ain't n had billet you're fallen Into,
my lad. Hut I'll look out for ye. And
I'll need je."
He lowered his voice mysteriously.
"Yo're a writer. Mister Ilalney.
You've got brains. You can see which
way n thing's heading. You've heard
enough. I'm blind. I've bin done dirt
once aboard the Karluk, and I don't
aim to stand for It ag"ln.
"I ain't got eyes. You have. Use
'em for both of us. I ain't asking ye
to tnke sides, exactly. Rut I've got
cause for heln' suspicious. I don't call
the skipper 'Honest' Slmms no more.
And I nln't stuck on thnt doctor. He's
too bossy. He's got the skipper un
der his thumb. And there's some
thin' funny nhout the skipper. He
ain't the same man. Mebhe It's his
conscience. Hut that doctor's rtmnln'
"He's going to marry the captain's
daughter," said Ralney.
"Slmms" daughter? Cnrlsen goln'
to marry her? Urapt That may ac
count for the milk In the coconut."
His face became, crafty, and he
reached out for Ralnoy's knee, fo.ind
It a readily as If he had sight, and
tapped It for emphasl.
"That makes alt the more reason
for a lookln' out for things, matey,"
he went on, almost In a whisper. "If
they've played me once they may do
It ngin. And they've got the odds,
Mttln' aside my eye. But I can turn
a trick or two. Stick to me, an ni
see you git yore whack.
Til 'have yore bonk changed.
Yell come In with me. An' we'll
put otic an' one together. We'll be
mates. Don't forget they fixed yore
grog. I bad nothln' to do with that
I may be stranded, but. If the tide
He set the clutch of his powerful
fingers deep Into Ralney's leg above
the knee with a grip that left purple
braises there before the duy was over
"We two, matey," he salt "Now
you an' me'll have a tot of stuff that
He moved about the little cabin
with an nstotindtng freedom and sure
ne&a, chuckling as he handled bottle
and glasses and measured out the
whisky nnd water.
"Wen yo're blind," he said, ram
slag his pipe roll tt black tobacco.
1 ttbjyj JkrlSlssH
aW ' OiflaHffafll
"tliry's nil.er 'I'upr comes to ye. 1
know tin; rt.i of this ship. Mludfold.
jou inUht ii t r'ud o "loft lu a
i1ii h. or s-,er l.ir. More grog?"
Hut liinnei ii. Mnllied nft r the first
glii-s 1 1 1 1 1 ..- I uud went mi lowering
the In. no ,'i,.'i' ppitrcnt effect.
"J-n ,ili a lot ot it sailor?" the
guiiit n-ki't ! tl "Ah u scholar.
Wll 'III. I,ll,rllil'. I lllllkl no di'Uhti"
"I In. i ti ti ; ii i Mile i I" It urn on
the li ' ni ui roil Itallie. "I l.IMi.V
the Ll'liel.u I, lei; is hut III liKM-r
trlid to iim ,i s, iniit Im M'-ug to
get tin U.'j to I eip li.e out. Or
fill ll II. '
"Cail-il. : Ul.ii' n h I lb s. u doc
tor kl.im ll i ul lilgllll(..V ilMlilllld
ed I. in.'!
Ha. n i v ihIh I in what tin ,-iri had
Mild .; tin- i.-1 . . t , t grniiMi:
"I hiiM in I'oul'ts whit her they'll
eer hc'. w " hi jul. "Wish t loilid.
Hut It ti'l 1. 1 hard wilhiuit u) -).b
An' I i- gin ho M'Miiiit ni. ho l"iok o'
tallies. Ii s tin nnd."
1IU disniii ihiiiiciit s, . in ii keen,
and Hiilne.i could not fathom It. Wh
hud holh I. liiul nnd CarlMii jumiil to
lay stress on tho- matter? Whj was
the doctor relieved unit Lund disap
pointed ut hit- Ignorante?
The Karluk was an elghtynve-ton
schooner, Cluster Fisherman type,
with a length of ninety and a beam
of twenty-live feet. Her enormous
stretch of canvas, spread to the limit
on all possible occasions by Captain
Slmms, was offset by the pendulum of
lead that made up her keel, and she
could slide through the seas ut twelve
knot on her best point of sailing
reaching the wind abaft her beam.
After Ralney had demonstrated at
the wheel that he had the mastery of
her and bad shown that he posiessed
ea-Iegs, Captain Slmms appointed
him second mate.
"We don't carry on as a rule," tho
kipper said. "But It'll give you a
rating and the right to eat In tho
cabin." He had not brought up the
subject of Ralney's kidnaping, and
Ralney let It go. There was no use
arguing about the Inevitable. The
rating and the cabin fare seemed of
fered as an apology, and be was will
ing to accept It.
Carlsen acted as first mate, and
Ralney had to acknowledge him effi
cient. He fancied the man must have
been a ship's surgeon, and eo picked
up his seamanship. A sailor named
Hansen was promoted to acting quar
termaster, und relieved Ralney. Carl
sen spent most of hi time attendant
on the girl or chatting with the hunt
ers, with whom he soon appeared on
terms of Intimacy.
The hunters esteemed themselves
above the sailors, as they were, In In
telllgence and earning capacity.
There were t-lx hunters and twelve
sailors, outside of a general roust
about and butt named "Sandy," who
cleaned up the forecastle and the
hunters' quarters, where the missed
apart, and helped Tamada. the cook.
In the galley with his pots und dishes.
"'Cordln' to the agreement." Lund
said to Italney. "the gold's to be split
Into a hundred shares. One for each
sallnrman, an' the chip In for the
bo. Two for the hunters, two for
the cook, four for Hergstrom, the first
mate, who died at sea. Twenty for
'ship's shnre.' Fifty shares to be split
between Slmms an' me."
"What's the 'ship's sharer" asked
"Repiesents capital lnestmenL
Matter of fact, It belongs to the gal,"
said Lund. ".Slmms gave her the Kar
luk. It's In her nnme with the Insur
ance." "Then he nnd his daughter get
forty-five shares, and you only twenty-five?"
"You got It right," grinned Lund.
"Slmms Is no philanthropist. It wa'n't
o easy for me to git enny one to go
in with me, son. I ain't the first man
to come trallln' In with news of a
strike. An' I hod nothln' to show for
It. Matter of fact, Honest Slmms was
the only one who didn't laff at me
(Continued next week)
JVrvy Noodles jiy that when he
tolil the capitalist's daughter she
was his fou'onhiinctl gunrdian an
Ki'l she said he piobably had confused
her with thi (.-round hog.
1st insertion March 3. 1922
3rd insertion March 17, 1022
STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
COUNTY OF BRYAN. '
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE
.Mrs. Emma Hnynes. Plaintiff,
Will E. Hnynes. Defendant.
State of Oklahoma to Will E. Haynes:
lou will tnke notice that vou have
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by the plaintiff. Emma Haynes. for
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day of April, A. D., 1022. or said
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lor win oe rendered accordingly.
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l-l insertion March 10th, 1922
.Oth in-ertlon Majr lSth, 1022
Of fit" tl Comptroller of the Curreucy
Wskhlncton, P. CI. February 28. 1022.
WIIFUKVR, bt satlatactory etldence pre
Rented to the undersigned, it has been made
to appear that "The Amerlran National.
Hank i.f Iiurant" in the city of Durant In
the county of Bryan and State ot Oklahoma
has complied tith all the provisions ot the
Statutes nf the United States, required to
be compiled ttith before an association ahall
be nrithorired to rommenre the bustneaa of
NOW THEREFORE I. D. R. Crissbger,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby per
tify that "The American National Bank of
Durant in the citv of Durant in the eoun
ty el Bryan aad SUte of Oklahoma Is an
tnorizid lu Liimmeiu-" the business uf Hank
lag as provided In Section fifty one hun
dred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes
of the United States.
Conversion of the American State Bank
ol Durant, Durant. Oklahoma,
In testimony t hereof witness my hand
and Seal of office this twenty-eighth day
of February. 1922
D. R CRISSINOER,
Comptroller of the Currency
1st insertion March 10th, 1922
-ml insertion March 17lh, 1922
HT.TE OF OKLAHOMA, I
COUNTY OF BRYAN.
IN THE COUNTY COURT
In thi Mutter nf the Estate of Annie Cole,
tl. tattil, Osborne Itatwenee, uxt-itor.
NOTICE TO CBEDITOSS
All ft-rsvus having claluiB against Annie
Cnle. di'iensid, are retiuireil to present the
same, with the necessary vouchers, to the
undersigned executor at his homt in Hen
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chett H Semple In Durant, Oklahoini, ulili
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Dated Ihis 2nd dov of March, '92J
Itatchtit a. Scruple
1st in.ertion March 3, 1D22
4th iu"rtion March 24, 1922
IN IHE DISTRICT COURT OF BRYAN
HI ii I' Law and Ina Law Robcrt'on,
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Court Clerk. Bryan County, okli
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.lr.1 it.ittrlii.il llireh HI. IUSS
IV mi: f'lll'NTY COURT OF I1UYAN
I'Df.NTV STATE OF OKI.AIIOMX
In the Matter nf the (Itisrdiait of Haskell
HiiEiilua and Mfred lliigajlni, mlnori.
llsear lltliri;tliii liuiruian, nnu trtii, ""11
Cllis. It tltintJI .1 J. HUi;iIin ituniuiitii.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HIE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO J. .t.
1IU0(1IN8 . ,
The ssld .1 .1. HucBlns will take notice
lint petltltms have been tiled In the County
Court of Ho an County, Oklahoma, against
him for an accounting as guardian of the
abute named mlnorB, and said J. ,1. Hug
Kins must answer the said petitions on or
before the 13th day ot April, 1922, or the
petitions will he taken as true and a de
cree will he rendered for un accounting and
fining the amount due the said wards
above-named, und determining the liability
nf th" said guardian and hla sureties
Court Clerk Brtan Cnunt, Oklahoma.
. II. Rltcbey and
Hatchett & Scruple.
1st Insertion Febratry 17th, 1922
Sth insertion March. 17th. 1922
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
rmiTNTV OF nRYAN.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOB
SAID COUNTY AND STATE.
Sam Bokles, Plaintiff,
A. Wllken and Eunice Wllken, DetendanU.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
The State of Oklahoma to A. Wllken and
Take notice that yon have been sued
In the above named Court for debt sad
foreclosure of mortgages on certain real
eatate located in Bryan County, Oklaho
ma, it being alleged by the plaintiff that
on certain notea you are Indebted to him
in the sum of $1165.00, with Interest at
the rate of eight per cent per annum from
September 1st, 1919, until paid, and for
attorney fees; and on another note in the
sum of $500.00, with Interest at the rats
of eight per cent per annum from Septem
ber 10th, 1919, until paid, and attorney
fees; and that all of said amounts are
aecured by a mortgage on the following de
scribed real eatate and premises, to-wit:
SWH of 8WH; NW of SEVi of
8WK; SVi of NE4 of SW4; and all that
part of the 8 of NW4 of 8WJ4 lying
South ot the A. & 0. Railway Right ot
Way, all in Section 32, Township 6 South,
Range 10 East, containing 87 acres, mors
or leas, as the case may be according to the
United States Survey thereof;
and jou must anawer the petition filed
herein by the plaintiff on or before the
31st day of March, A. D., 1922. or aald
petition will be taken aa true, and a Judg
ment will be rendered for the plaintiff for
$1185.00, with interest at eight per cent
per annum from September 1st, 1919, un
til paid, and $139.22 aa attorney feea, and
for the further sum of $500.00 aa principal,
and $59.59 as attorney fees, and for a
foreclosure of the mortgage on said real
estate, and for all other relief, and costs.
Of this you will take notice and govern
Ralph II. Daugherty, Deputy.
Ullerbaik ". MacDonatd,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1st Insertion February 17, 1922
4th insertion March 10, 1922
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, I
COUNTY OF BRYAN.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
Cora lliirlon, Plaintiff
Austnii Burton, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
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You are hereby notified that yon k. M
been sued by Cora Burton for divorce J1 l
rtisiouy oi riiuurrn on ine grounds m
abandonment and non-support, end , S
luusi answer tup petition iiiea In the al"i
cause mi or before the Doth day of Vu,i
1922, or judgment will be rendered srlv!..
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.iil mi th" 14th day of March. 192-;
tit- Imur "f 10 u'elork A. M. at the t.i
frimt dni.r of Ihe County Court lions. , u
th,- City nf Durant, Hryan Connlv, OklC
ma nffir fur sale nnd sell to the hlrh.u
I I"r fur cash, the following descnbS
reil islat" sltunle In Bryan County on.
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Knst half I EH) of Ihe Southwest en.,
ler t.SWsJ): nnd Southeast quarter (SFUi
f the Northwest nuarter (NW14) of tli
Sntithtteit iimrter (SVW): nnd Northe,.,
quarter I.NEU) of Southwest quart..
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of S'eitl.in Thirty-four (84), Twp. Six ia
South, llnnge Seten(7) East of the Indlla
Base ami Meridian, together with the ha
prnvements thereon and the appurteuincsi
thereto belonging. . "
clald sate will he made pursuant to s
Special Execution and Order ot Sale U
sued nut of the district court of Bnsa
County, Oklahoma, on the 25th day of
January, 1922, in case No. 4920, an aetlca
and William R. McBrlde. Llllle ATcBrUa.
l'orter McHrlde, Amanda McBrlde and J n
Wood were defendants, commanding me' t
levy upon, appraise and sell said real es
tate tn satisfy a judgment and decree of
foreclosure in favor of the plaintiff sad
against the defendants, granted In tali
court on the 14th day of January, 1923
for the sum of $500.00, with six per east
per annum interest thereon from Decembu
1st, 1920, and $58.00 attorney's fee, tad
the cost amounting to $8.05, sad ac-rulae
cost: said aale will be subject to two crier
mortgages thereon In the aggregate sun tt
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Witness mv hand this fllh ,U f v.tT
Sheriff ot Bryan County, Oklahonu
By Clyde Norman, Depnty,
Hatchett & Semple,
Attorneya for Plaintiff.
1st Insertion February 10, 1922
5th insertion March 10, 1922
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, I
COUNTY OF BBYAN ""
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOB
SAID COUNTY AND STATE.
The Alliance Trust Company, Limited, a
O. F. Taliaferro, et al., Defendants,
W. E. Utterbaclc, Interpleader.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S 8ALB OK rOSB.
CLOSURE OF MORTOAOE.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
of an order of sale Issued out of th oftle
ot the Court Clerk of the District Court
in and for Bryan County, Oklahoma, on U
4th day of February, A. D 1922, in aa
action whereon the Alliance Trust Company,
Limited, a corporation, was plaintiff, aai
O. F. Taliaferro. Ida B, Taliaferro, O. W,
Vaughn, W. O. Fleming, 0. M. Fleming, W.
C. Garrett. Florence Garrett, B. E. Law
rence, S. II. Moore, William S. Murphy sad
C. O. Shane were defendants, and W. E,
Uttcrback was Interpleader, directed to me,
the undersigned Sheriff of Bryan County,
Oklahoma, commanding me, levy upoa
and sell, without appralsemef the follow,
tog described property, to-vr
The 8EU; EH of SEVt of 8WW : ant
SE of TtE of SW'i of Section .
Township 7 South, Range 12 East, in Bry
an County, Oklahoma, to sstlafy a judg
ment and decreo of foreclosure in favor of
the said plaintiff, and against the said de
fendants, obtained and made In said court
on the 25th day of June, A, D 1921, for
the sura of $3rC4.00, with eight per ceat
interest thereon from December 1st, 1920.
until paid, and $200.00 attorney feea, and
$211.0.1 expended for taxes, with interest
nn said sum last mentioned at six par
cent ner annum from March Ath 1Q91 nn.
til paid, and a like judgment in favor of
'the said interpleader, and against aald ds
, fendants for $1025.00, with eight per rent
interest thereon from November 1st, 1919,
'until paid, and $ll'i.93 as nttorney fees,
und costs uccrulng, I will un the 15th dsy
I of March, A. D., 1922. at the hour of 2:00
o'clock P, M, of said day, at the front door
of the Court House in the City of Durant,
in said County nnd State, offer for aale,
and sell to the highest bidder for cash,
' the above described property, or so muck
thereof ss will satisfy the said judgments,
with interest, nttorney feea and costs.
Witness my hand this the Oth day of Feb
.niary. A I), 1922.
, By Clyde Norman, Deputy.
UTTERBA.CK & MncDONALD,
I Attorneys for Plaintiff.
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