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A Man To
J. ALLEN DUNN
CopyrUM Bobtx Merrill Co.
CHAPTEK l.-t-olterlng on the San
Francleeo Hater frunt, John Kalney,
aawtpaper reporter, la accoated by a blltul
En, a riant In (lie. who aaks llalney
lead him to the teallng schooner Kar-
The blind man tell llalney he li
on old shipmate of Captain Bimms or the
Karluk and detlree to make his visit a
aarprlae. He aaks Ralney to lead him
board, aad nalney does ao. In the
abln thay nnd Captain Slmma and a man
Munad Carlaen. Mrama recognizee the
8Und man, oalllns him Jim Lund. Lund
aaeuaea filmraa of abandoning him, blind
a aa lee floe, and deaouncea Mm for
what ha calla hla Ingratitude. Slmmi
anlao.the charge, but Lund refuaea la
4 pattOed. He declare! hla Intention of
accompanying the Karluk on Ita ezpedl'
Von north, when It la going In que)
f a gaU field which Iud hue dlecov.
rod. Peggy, Blmmi' daughter, la aboard,
rd dafoatfi her father. Carlaen, who la
phyalclan, drug! Ralney.
CHAPTER II. Awaking from hla atu-
Er, Ralney flndi hlmaelf at aea. Carlaen
oral nun bo haa boon kidnaped be
Sanaa, haying learned the object of the
uuon, no mini nave aivuisjea n lira
rated the nlana of the vovagera. He
Sara Ralney a akare of the gold, and
ry, oaeuvg nothing eiae u do own,
raa himself aatlefled. Lund gives
.a brief account of a former expedl-
i of the Karluk, telle him he dletrusta
i, and auggeata a -parinerenip,
to act aa Lund'e "eyea."
1b' we had a hard aa' tight a&re
JMat drawn up en paper, atgned, wit
Mated aa' recorded. 'Course It bolda
Mm aa well aa It helds me, but he gtta
fee long eni of that stick. Wen I
wad, or vet It read to me, In the
Seattle Newa-Courier, that the Karlnk
Was listed aa 'Arrived' In Saa Fran
cisco, It wa all I could do to tit car
lure an' grub money. If I hadn't bin
blind, an' some of 'em half-way human
to'ard a man with his lights out, I'd
Barer hare raised It.
"But I'm here an.' I've get some say
0. One thing, you're coin" to git
Bergstrom's share. I don't give a
V-n where the doctor comes In. If
be marries the gal he'll git her twen
ty shares, ennywny. Though he ain't
married her yet. And 1 ain't through
with Slmms ypt," he added, with nn
emphasis that wan a trifle grim,
"It's me an' you ag'ln Die rest of
'em, seems to me, ltalney. The doc's
.-admin' to be the Hie Hops aboard tills'
schooner. lie's got the skipper buf
faloed. But not me, not by a Jugful."
He slammed his big (1st ngalnt the
Side of the bunk so viciously that It
seemed to Jar the cabin. The blow
was typical of the man, Kidney
decided. lie felt for Lund not exact
ly a liking, but nn attraction, n cer
tain compelled admiration. The giant
wag elemental, with a driving fore
Inside him that was dynnmlc, mag
netic. What n magnificent pirate he
would have made, thought Ralney,
looking nt his magnificent proportions
and considering the crude philosophies
that cropped out In his talk.
Ta In life for the loot of It,
'Salney," Lund declared, 'Toad an'
drink to tickle jiy tongue an' fill my
belly, the womtm I happen to wuut,
an' beln' uble to buy eim thing I set
my fancy on. The answer to Hint Is
Gold. With It ,mmi can liu.v most euny
thing. Not all wltmncn, I'll grant oii
that. Not the kind of woman I'd want
for a sternly mute. Tliet's one thing
I've found out enn't be bought, my
aon, the honor of u good woman. An'
thet's the sort ot' w-ouuin I'm lookln'
"This Is my gold, an' I'm goln' lt
handle It. If ennj one tries to swizzle
me out of It I'm goln-' to hwlzle buck.
"An" Thet'i the Sort of Woman I'm
' Lookln' For."
an' you can lay to that. Not forget
tin' them that stands by me,"
Between Lund aud Slmms there ex
isted a sort of armed truce. No open
reference was made to the desertion
of Lund on the Hoe. Bat llalney knew
that It rankled. In Lund's mind. Tha
BSKi ! HHJawaVvB9BawKVasY9
fie, Pegtf Tiiiiiih, her father, Ciirl
Ken, Lund anil ltalney, unteuslhly
inched together, but ltitlnej'ft duties
gi nilly kept him on deck until
CtilNi'ii bad Kiilllcletitly completed his
own I I to relieve him. lty that
time the ulil and the ciiplnln bud left
Lund liiMitiubly waited for Hnlney.
Tiimiidit kepi tin foiN) lint for them.
Tn Itnlliey, Tnmiidil M-emeil the
haiilext wotki'd tiniii ulinaril ship, lie
liml three iiiee lo oxik nnd be was
buy frotii tiioinlng until night, elll
cletit, tlteless mid even-tempered. The
crew, though tbej acknowledged till
pklJI. were t'ltllfoinlnns. either by
birth or adoption, and the racial
prejudice against the Jupanese una
A week of good wind was followed
by dlrly weather. The iiendntence
and Increasing opposition of the storm
seemed to have u correnponUluK effect
upon Captain Slmms.
He grew dally more Irritable and
morose, een to tils daughter. Only
the doctor appeared able to get along
with him on easy terms, and Ralney
noticed that, to Carlsen, the aklprer
seemed conciliatory even to deference.
Peggy Slmms watched her father
with worried eyes. The curious, tar
nished look of his tanned akin grew
until the flesh seemed continually dry
and of an earthy color; his lips
peeled, and more than once he shook
aa tf with a chill.
On the eleventh day out, Ralney
went below In the middle of the after
noon for his aeaboote. In tbe main
cabin he found Shuns seated In a
chair with hla daughter leaning over
him, speaking to bar tn a hareb, com
"No, yen can't do a thing for me,"
he was saying. "It'a tkta sciatica.
I've got to get Carlsen."
Aa Ralney passed through to his
own little stateroom neither of tham
noticed him, bat he saw that the ca
taln was shivering, his hands picking
almost convulsively at the tablecloth.
"Where'a Carlsen, curse him!"
Ralney heard through his cabin parti
tion. "Tell him I can't stand this any
longer. He"'s got to help me. Got to.
As Ralney . appeared, walking
heavily In his boots, the girl looked
up. Iler father was slumped In his
chair, his face hurled on his folded
arms. The girl glanced nt him doubt
fully, apparently uncertain whether
to go herself to find Carlsen or stay
with her father,
"Anything I can do, Miss SlmmsT
Your father seems quite III."
The hesitation of the girl even to
speak to him was very plain to
Ralney. Suddenly she threw tip her
"Kindly find Doctor Carlsen," she
ordered, rather than requested. "Ask
li 1 'ii to come as soon as he can. I "
She turned uncertainly to her father.
"Can I help ou to get him Into the
cabin?" asked ltalney.
She thanked him with lips, not eyes,
and be assisted her to shift the nl
most helpless man Into his room nnd
hunk. He was like a stuffed sack be
tween them, snve that his body
twitched. While Rnlney took most of
the weight, he marveled ot the
stieiigth of tbe slender girl and the
way In which she applied It. Slmms
seemed to have fainted, to be on the
verge of unconsciousness or even utter
collapse. ltalney felt his wrist, nnd
the pulse was almost Imperceptible.
"I'll get the doctor Immediately," ha
"Mighty funny sort of eclat' ta,"
tninr.v tolil blmscli its lie hurl ! il (ot
.Mini, lie knew where ('iirKi'li m
III the hunters' cozy ijunilcis, pin;, in:
"The skippcr'H 111." Willi Itnlnev.
No pulse. AlinoM unconscious."
('(risen rnlM'd tils ejebrows.
"Didn't know you were a ph slelan."
lie snld. ".lust one of his spells. I'll
tin I -i this I in I n 1. Too good to lay
down. The skipper can wait, for
Tin- liuuteiN grinned as Citrls"ii
k his time to dfuw bis cauls, make
Ills bets nuil eventually win the pot on
"I wotiiler what your real game Is?"
ltalney asked himself us lie nffecMI
"The Skipper's III," said Ralney. "No
Pulse. Almost Unconscious."
to vjitcb the play. According to hltj
own announcement Carlsen was de
llber.ttely neglecting tbe father of the
girl he was to marry and at the same
time slighting the captain to his own
men. Carlsep drew In his chips am
leisurely made a note of the amount.
The captain did not make his ap
pearance forx that day, the next, ot
the next. Carlsen kept his own conn,
sel, and l'cggy Slmms spent most o(
her time In the main cubln with her
eyes always rmlng to her father's
door, ('arisen was the apparent con
troller of tliu schooner. Lund wns
quick to sense this.
"We got lo block that Curlsen'a
game." lie said to ltalney. "'I here's u
nigger In the woodpile somewhere nn'
you uu' (tie got to uncover him, matey,
afore we reach llerlng slrnlt, or ymi
un' ine'll finish tills trip pqmittln' on
the rocks of one of the I'onr Mountain
Islands mnklit' faces nt the gulls.
"1 wish you c'ud git under the skin
of that .lap. No use tryln' in git 'n
with the crew, or the hunters. They're
ag'ln' both of us leastwise the hunt
ers are. The hands don't
They're Jest plain hah."
Lund spoke with un absolute con
tempt of the sailors that was char
acteristic of the man.
"They don't look on us two ns mas
cots," went on Lund. "Hut to git buck
to that Jap. Forewarned Is fore
armed. He ain't over an' above liked,
but they've got used to him goln' back
an' forth with their grub, an' they
sort of despise hire for a yellow,
"Now, Taroada ain't no coolie, I
know Japs. He's a cut above his Job.
An' there ain't much goln' on that
Tamada ain't wise to. See If yoa
can't get next to blm. Trouble Is he's
too d n' neutral. He knows he's safe,
becoz he's cook an' a d n' good one.
But he's wise to what Carl sen's play
"Carlsen don't care for man, wom
an, God or the devil. Neither do V
he concluded. "An' I've got u card or
two up my sleeve."
The storm blew out, and there came
a spell of pleasant weather. Slmms
was stlU confined to Ills cabin.
Except for observations nnd the de
tails of navigation, Carlsen left the
schooner to Ralney. They were well
off the coast, out of the fogs, appar
ently alone upon the lonely ocean that
ran sparkling to the for horizon. It
was warm, there wos little to do. the
sailors, as well as tbe hunters, spent
most of their time lounging on the
Lund hung over the rail, smoking,
or paced the deck, always close to
Ralney. The manner In which he
went about the ship was almost un
canny. 'Except thnt his anus were
generally ahead of hlra when he j
moved, his hands, with their woolly
covering ui rru uiur, iikuu.v iouciiiiik
boom or rope or rail, he showed no
hesitation, made no mistakes. When
the breeze wns steady he would even
take the wheel nnd steer perfectly by
the "feel of the wind" on Ills cheek,
the slap of it in the canvas, or the
creak of the rigging to tell him If he
wns holding to the course. . Antl he
took nn almost childish (Might In pro
claiming his prowess us helmsman.
The booms were stayed out against
swinging In flaws anil the roll of the
sen, ami Lund strode hack and forth
behind ltalney, who hod the wheel.
The hunters were grouped about Curl
sen, who, seated on the skylight, was
telling them something nt which they
guffawed at frequent Intervals.
"Splnnln' them some of his smutty
yarns," growled Lund, halting In his
promenade. "Bail for discipline, an'
bad for us. He's the sort of fine
feathered bird that wouldn't give
those chnps n first look nshore. Oet
tln' In solid with 'em that way Is a
bad steer. Toil can't handle a man
you iimke 11 pnl of, vv'en be ain't yort
"Captain Slmnn seems to believe In
him," answered ltalney. He wondered
how much of Curlsen's Increasing
dominance over the skipper Lund had
"Slmms Is Curlsen's dog!" exploded
Lund. "The doc's got somethln' on
him, mark me. Carlson's a bail egg
an', w'en he hutches, you'll see a buz
rani. An' you wait till he's needed as
a doctor on somethln' thnt tuktH
more'n a few kind words or u llcK
out a bottle."
Hansen tame aft, offering to take
"They liatie jtoln' to Millie t.t tar
gels." he snld. "MeiMer ('arisen lie
put up prizes. For ritle an' shotgun.
Tlioui:lit you might like to watib It.
Balney gave over Hie opokes nnd
went to the st; 1 board rail vvltb Lund,
natcliing the picp:iriit!on. betvieeii
fore mill tnnln nuiMs fur the competi
tion, atiil telling Limit what wns imp.
penlng. ('arisen gave utit some shut
gun cartridges from cardboard boxes,
twelve to each of the s hunters
Sandy, the roustabout, hint been
requisitioned to !o.. up empty bot
tles, mi( those wbii fulled cursed blm
for a poor thrower. A hunter named
Demlng mnde no mWses, mid secured
first prize of ten dollars in gold, with
a mim unmet! Benle scoring two be
hind blm, and getting b.df tlm'
amount from Cerlsen.
Then 1 nine the test with the rlfes
The weapons were nil of tbe sanitf
caliber, well oiled, and In perfect con
dltlon. Kadi of the hunters had 1
few shells in his possession, but they
locked the total of six dozen by a
Carlson went below for the neces
sary ammunition while the target was
completed nnd set In place. A keg
hod been rigged with a weight under
alung to keep It upright, nnd a tin
can, painted white, set on a short
spar in one end of the keg. A light
line was attached to n bridle, and the
mark lowered over the stern, where It
rode, bobbing In the tall of the
schooner's wake, thirty fathoms from
the taffrall where the crowd gath
ered. More bullets hit the keg than the
can, and Carlsen was often called
ty became rtigged and blotched where
the' steel-Jacketed missiles toro
through Heale and Demlng both had
five i him. undisputed hits, tying for
first prlri'. Heale offered to shoot It
off with hIx iiii.tv shells apiece, ami
"Can l I'' (lm'." dedared Cnrlsci'.
"Not rlcht now. anyway. I gme out
the lnt sliell there was In (lie maga
zine." "Dei mil funny." said Demlng. "a
scaler -li.v mi cartridges! Lucky we
ain't worry In' about tbet sort of n
"I'p I'.'ibl.v plenty aboard sonie
when "Id ('arisen, "but I don't
know "here ttie.v are. You boys have
got me beaten on rifles and shotguns,"
he weit on. producing from his hip
pocket n Hat, effective-looking atltn
matlc pistol of heavy caliber. "How
nre o'i on small arms?"
The hunters shook their heads dubi
ously. "Nevir use 'em." wild Iteming.
"Never could do much with that kind,
ennyhow. (live me a revolver, an' I
might moke out to hit u whale. If he
was dose enough, but not with one o'
"Not much difference," said Carl
sen. "An.v of you got revolversr
No one spoke. It was against the
unwritten lows of a vessel for pistols
to be owned forward of the main
cabin. Heale Anally answered for the
"Nary a plRtol, sir."
"Then," said Carlsen, "I'll give you
an exhibition myself. Any bottles
left? Heale, will you toss them for
There were eight shots hi the auto
matic, and Carlsen smashed seven
bottles in midair. The hunters shout
ed their appreciation.
"Break aU of 'em?" Lund asked
Balney "Enny bottles left at all?"
He walked toward the taffrall, ad
"Kin yon shoot by sound as well aa
by sight. Doe?' he challenged.
"I fancy not," said Carlsen.
"If 1 had my eyea Td snapshot ye
for a hundred bucks," aald Lund. "As
It Is, 1 might target one or two.
Balney have 'some one run a line,
head-high, nn' fix a bottle on It, will
ye? 1 ain't got a gun o my own,
Doc," he tontlnued, "will you lend me
yours?'' Carlsen filled his clip and
Lund turned toward Ralney, who wns
rigging the target,
'Til want you to tap It with a
stick," he said. "Signal-flag stafTIl do
Balney got the slender bamboo and
stood Uv. Lund felt for the cord,
I pa8ge( Ms nncers over the suspended
bottle and stepped off Ave paces, heft
ing the automatic to Judge Its bal
ance. Ralney tapped the bottle on the
neck and It gave out n little tinkle,
lost Immediately In the crash of splin
tering glass ns the bottle, hit fairly
tnihe. torn nhel broke In half.
(Continued next week)
a LOCAL MARKETS a
Cotton Seed, ton $23-00
Fryers , lBc
Calves . 34c
Fat, Cows 34c
Fat HogB 560
Eggs . 15c
Butter : 25c30c
Prairie Hay S7.50
Green Hides 4c
Butter Fat 2Cc
Sugar, I6I08 for $1.00
Navy Beans 9c
Dried Peaches 18c
Dried Apples 20c
Corn Meal, 25 lbs. 50c
Apples, doz. 40cG0c
Oranges, doz 60c70c
Bananas, doz 30c40c
Rice 6 2-Sc
Butter, retail 30c35c
Corn Chops, cwt. $1.85
Bran, cwt. $1.50
Shorts, cwt. fl.70
Cotton Seed Meal, cwt $225
Hulls, cwt. B0c
I'ralrlo Hay, bale SBc
Alfalfa, ba'.o 80c
Sweet Potatoes, retail $1.10
Irish Potatoes, retail $1.95
English Bacon 25c
I Dry Salt. Sides 18c
j Breakfast Bacon 43c
I Hams 30c
'Boiled Ham COc
Pork Sausago 15c
Mixed Sausage 12Vic
Stew Moat 12 l-2c
Steak, chuck 20c
Steak, ro'tnd 25c
Roasts, rump 20c
Koast, flat rib 12c
RoaBt, standard rib 2uc
KANSAS CTCT LITE STOCK
Market compared with last Mon
day Cattle 25c lower. Hogs 70c low
er. Sheep steady. Lambs 50 lower.
Prospects fair market balance of
Good to Choice $8.00$8.C0
Fair to Good 755 8.00
Good to Choice 7.00 7.75
Common to Fair 6.50 755
Fnlr to Good 0.500? 7.00
Common to Fair .... 5.00 (5.50
Good to Choice 6.75 7.26
Fair to Good 6.00 0.75
Common to Fair .... .r.00 COO
Stock Cows nnd Ileif. 3-50 COO
.Stock Calves . - - r,.00 C50
Stock Hulls 4.00 5.00
Good to Choice 5.00 COO
Fair to Good 4.00 COO
Cutters 3.00 3.G0
Cnnncrs - 2.50 3.00
Good to Choice 6.00 0.75
Fair to Good 5.50 COO
Common to Fair 4.00 5.50
CALVES & YEARLINGS:
Babv Beef 7.00 8.50
Killers 5.00 COt
Veals, Fair to Good .. 8.00 9.50
Veals. Common to fair 4.00 8 00
pjKS it."" y.ii
Lambs. Cull 0.00 8.00
Wethers 7-00 925
Ewes 5.00 9.25
Feeding lambs 11.0014.00
Monday Last W.
Cattle 13,000 29,700
Hogs 12.000 45,600
Sheep 6.000 29,200
HI inaertion March 10th, 1923
I Oth insertion May 12th. 1032
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Waahlngton, D. O. January 20, 1822.
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned. It has been made
to appear that 'The First National Bank
of Kenefick" In the town of Kencfick In
the County of Bryan and State of Okla
home baa complied with all the provisions
ot the Statutei of the United States re
quired to be complied with before un as
sni-iation shall be authorized to commence
the business of Banking;
NOW THEREFORE. I, D R Crltslnser,
Comptroller of the Currency do hereby cer
tify that "The First National Bank In Kene
fick" In the town of Kenefick in thu County
of Bryan and State of Oklahoma is au
thorized to commence the business of Bank
ing us provided in Section Fifty one liun
tired und ixty iiiue of the Kevlned Statutes
ef the United States.
In testimony wheieof witni's- my hand and
Seal of office tlii twent) Mitli day ot -lun-uar,
(SEAL) D R. CKISMXflKK,
Comptroller of the Currency.
1st insertion March :. 1922
4th insertion March 24. 1U22
Kiiom all men bv these DreseutR: That
Marvin Sims, Irby Lurna ,ind I, 8. Drako
are ussorintcn us purtners in the parage
business in the city of Durant, Oklahoma,
under the firm name of Sims I.uraa (larnge;
that said partnership is a general partner
ship, dating from the -tth day of January
Jtrj-J; mat nil ot saia partnera reside In
Dated this 2Mb day of January, 1922.
L. S. DIUKE.
STATE OP OKLAHOMA.
COUNTY OF BRYAN,
lletmrt me the undersigned a notary pub
lie in and for said county and state per
sonally appeared Mnrion Sims, lrby I.uca
and L. Drnkp tn me known to be the
Identbal persons who executed the within
and foregoing iustrument and acknowl
edged to me that they executed the senn
as tluir free and voluntary act and deed
for the uses and purposes therein set forth.
Witm sh my hand and seal this 25th day
ot January, 1922.
II. II. I.oden,
My commission expirea Sept. 9th, 1922.
1st insertion March 10th, 1922
10th insertion May 12th, 1922
Office of Comptroller of the Currency -
Washington, D. C. February 28, 1922.
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned. It haa been made
tn appear that "The American National
Bank of Durant" In the city of Durant In
the county of Bryan and State of Oklahoma
haa complied with all the provisions of the
Statute! nf the United States, required to
be complied with before an association shall
be authorized to commence the business of
NOW THEREFORE I, D. R. Crlsalnger,
Comptroller ot the Currency, do hereby cer
tify that "The American National Bank of
Durant" in the city of Durant In tbe conn
iv of Bryan and Btatt of Oklahoma Is au
thorized to commence the business of Bank
ins aa nrovlded In Section fifty one hun
dred nod sixty nine of the Revised Statutes
or the united states.
Conversion of the American State Bank
of Durant, Durant, Oklahoma.
In testimony whereof 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, 1022.
2nd insertion March 17th, 1922,
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, I
COUNTY Or BRYAN.
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
In the Matter nf the EBtate of Annie A'ole,
deceased, Osborne Lawrence, exvitor.
NOTICE TO "CREDITORS
All persona having claims agalnat Annie
Cole, deceased, are required to present the
name, with the neceatary vouchers, to the
unuersignea executor ni nis nam i in ucn
nlngton, Oklahoma, or at the ntfi'e of lint
rhett A- Semnle in Durant, Oklahmni, Willi
in four months of the dale hereof, or the
same will bo forever barred.
Dated thil 2nd day of Mnnh. '9J2
Ilntrhett A iicmple.
1st Insertion March 3, 1922
4th Insertion Marrh 24, 1922
IX Till" DISTRICT COURT OF I1RYN
COUNTY, OKLAHOM .
Ellin C I.nw ami Ina Liw Rnberten,
A. J Milts ct nls. Dcfi-mhrts.
Fl.ite of Oklahoma to J. L. Ingram and M
F Inpram, flrfctlng
You are henhy notified that on the 21at
day of November, 1921 the above named
plaintiff filed suit In the district court of
llrjun Count). Oklahoma in Cause No, 4893
on the docket of said court against A. J.
Miles, J L. Ingram, M. E. Ingram, the 'Ex
change Trust Company of Tulsa, Oklahoma
and the Conservative Loan Company of
Shawnee, Oklahoma to recover judgment
against A. J. Miles for the sum of G82.7S
with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per
cent per annum from June 1st, 1921 and
tbe further sum of $90.00 attorneys fee
with tbe forecloture of nlalntlff'a mortgage
at againtt all of tald defendant!, Including
yourself on the following lands:
SH of 8WU of NWUi NM of NWVi of
9WH oi uection so, Towntnip a soutn,
Range 12 East of the Indian bait and Me
ridian, Bryan County, Oklahoma, aal ask-
Ing fof Jadram' dltmlV-pa (,f ,''3
r -r-v. . , ...
.now inereiore jrwa -r nereoy net Hu
I th flllnr of aald anlt and th .-""
antwer the plalatlff'a petition oa Sr be?e2
the 17lh day of April, IBM or Mid pet! K
will be taken at true aad Judgmeat reader,
ed accordingly In hvorof the plaintiff tij
Kalntl the eald A. J. Milee for the afornYu
turns of money, with foreeloniure of reS
relate mortgage nn me anore landi
attaint! all the defendantt in ttld actio.
inrludlnir. yourtelret. ""
Signed thlt the S3 day of February, ioj,
XAOY CRIMES '
Court Clerk, Bryan County, 6kl.
lit Insertion Febrntry lTth, 1023
Ath insertion Maren 17th, 1032
HTATK OF OKLAHOMA, I
'COUNTY OP nitYAN. I"'
IN THK DIBTMOT COORT IN AND roa
SAID COUNTY AND STATE.
Sim Bokira, Plaintiff
A, Wllken and Eunice Wllken, DetendaatL
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION "'
The State of Oklahoma to A. Wllken ted
Take notice that you have been inti
In the above named Court for debt ui
foreclosure of mortgagee oa certain reel
cttate located In Bryan County, Oklaho
ma, it being alleged by the plaintiff that
on certain notee you are Indebted to m-
In the turn of 11165.00, with Interest at
the rate of eight per cent per annum from
September lit, 1010. until paid, and for
attorney feea; and on another note In the
turn or isuo.uu, wun interest at the rata
nf eteht ner cent ner annnm from Hm,..
ber isth, ibib, until paid, and attorney
! and that all of aald immHi. ...
aectfred by a mortgage on the following de-
acnoea real estate ano nremiaea, to-vlt
SWM of SWVl; NWH of BEU tf
8WU ; Stt of NEU of BWV. and all that
port of tha SU of NW of BWJ4 lylig
South of the A. ft O. Hallway Rleht e
Way, all tn Section 83, Township Boula.
Bange 10 East, containing 87 acres, men
or lets, aa the eate may bo according, to the
United States Surrey thereof;
and you mutt answer tha patltlen tiled
herein by the plaintiff on or before taa
31st day of March, A. D., 1032, or sail
petition will be taken aa true, and a ltd--.
ment will be rendered for the plaintiff far
11185.00, with Interest at eight par aaal
per annnm from September 1st, 1019, ta
tll paid, and $189.22 aa attorney fees, asdi
for tbe further ram of 1500.00 aa principal,
and 50.59 ai attorney feet, and for a
foreclosure 01 too mortgage on aald rati
estate, and for all other relief, and coat.
Of this you will take notice aad gotsra
uja.u z uitiaaius,
Ralph H. Dangherty, Deputy.
Utterbaek t MaeDonald, v J
Attorney! for Plaintiff.
1st insertion March 3, 1922
3rd insertion March 17, 1928
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
COUNTY OF BRYAN.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE
Mrs. Emma Haynes, Plaintiff,
Wilt E. Haynes, Defendant.
State of Oklahoma to Will E. Haynes:
You will take notice that you have
been sued in the above named Court
by the plaintiff. Emma Haynes, for
a divorce, alimony and the custody
of your two children; and you must
answer the petition filed therein by
said plaintiff on or before the 16th
day of April, A. D., 1922, or said
petition will be taken as true and a
judgment for said plaintiff as prayed
for will be rendered accordingly.
Court Clerk of Bryan County, Okla.
Utterbaek & MaeDonald,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1st insertion -March 10, 1922
4th insertion March 31. 1922
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
COUNTY OF BRYAN.
Minnie Mahaley, Plaintiff.
John Mahaley, Defendant.
Case No. 50G7
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, to
John Mahaley. Defendant:
The Defendant. John Mahaley la
hereby notified that he has been sued
by the plaintiff. Minnie Mahaley. for
divorco on grounds of gross neglect
of duty and extreme cruelty, and
must answer the petition filed by tht
plaintiff, Minnie Mahaley. on or be
fore the 24th day of April, 1922, or
the allegations as set forth in tha
petition of the said plaintiff will b
taken as true and judgment for di
vorce, custody of children will be ren
Witness my hand and the seal of
snid court on this the 9th day of
B Ralph H. Daugherty, Deputy.
Utterbaek & MaeDonald.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
lit insertion March 10th,
4th Insertion March 31st.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
piitvtv ap nnvAV
IN TnE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR
SVII) COUNTY AND STATE.
D. I). Crawford, Plaintiff,
J. II. Holland, et al.. Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
The State of Oklahoma to E. L. Rlckerson-
Take notice that you hkve been sued in
tbe above named court by the above named
plaintiff. D. D. Crnwford, in which It it
sought to obtain judgment foreclotlng the
lien resi-rved in tlirco notes of $2191.3J.
with Interest thereon at the rate of eleht
per cent per annum from January ltt, ly-,l
and signed hv yon. and payable to J.
Holland nnd Tom Moore- the Hen being re
served on the following described reel
estate, to wit- ,
The Si:i of NE'i. SE Vt of SW of
NT.i;- Lot t SWU of SWi ond W'i
of SW'J of BEtt of XWV of Section 1
V.'i nf SE'4 of NE'il nnd SWU of HE1
of Mil', of Section 2. Township 0 South,
Range 0 East of the Indian Base anil Jl
mll-in. euiifiinlnc lr acres; and Lots , I
2 nnd 3, N'4 of SEW of SWU ?'.
nf SEH of SW.i : E'.fc of 8Wi of SEi , ft
SWl: N of SWU of vr.": and SW J
of SWU ot N'EU of Seetkfl 1, TowntHj
9 South. Range 9 East, containing I"'
acres, of the Indian Bote and Meridian
which stjld notes were pledged as collate"1
security for tho pavroent of a note of J.
Holland nnd R. B. Lemon of $7500.00, t
described In plalntlff'a petition. ,
You mutt antwer the tald petition me
in thit court by the laid plaintiff on or be
fore the 22nd day of April, 1922. or ttld
petition will be taken at trna and Jod'
ment for the aald plaintiff for foredjt;"
of the lien reserved in tald notice, and f
tha tale of aald premises to tatltfy t'
tame, will be rendered accordingly, tofeie
er with all cotta and other relief.
Of thlt you will taka due notice and cot
em yourself accordingly. .,
Attorneyi for Plaintiff.