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OI1N MAIN & 7th tTKEETJ
NCTICK OF SALEOF REAL ESTATE
Notice 1b hereby riven, That is Pur
suance of an order of tho County Court
of the County of Caddo nud tuto of
Oklalioma, made on the 31st day of
January 1114, In the matter of the es
tate of W. F. Harlow doceaiied, the
undersigned, as the Admlnbtrutrix of
the estate of aaid decennl will sell at
private sale to the highest bidder for
cash in hand subject to '.he continua
tion by said County Court on Saturday
21stdayof February 1911 at2o,clock
p in at the County Attornoy'sotrice, in
tho Court House in said County of
Caddo, all the right, title, interest
and estate of tho said W. F
Harlow, decoased at the time of his
death, and al! tho right, titlo and in
terest that the said estato has, by
o icration of law or otherw isc, acquired
In and to all that certain lot3 pieces or
parcels of land, Bltuate, Iing and be
ing in tho County of Caddo, State of
Oklahoma, bounded and described as
follows, and upon the following terms
Lots Twenty. eight, 23, and Twenty
nine, 29, In block Forty-six -1G, in the
City of Anadarko, according to the
recorded plat of said City, and thenp
pertnanco thereto belonging.
For cash in hand, for all tho rights
titles and interest of. tho said estate,
clear of all incumborenco or excepting
a certain forst Mortgage of $300.00
that stands against said property.
Bids must be in writing nnd may he
left at tho office of R. L. Lawrence,
Attorney-at-Law, at tho County Attor
neys Oirice, in the court house at Ana
darko, Oklahoma, or may be delivered
to tho Countj Judge of the County
Court, said bids must be accompanied
by a certified Jcheok of $25.00 as a
guarantco of good faith.
The Adtninstratrix reserves tho
right to reject any and all bids, aud in
case all tho bids arc rejected, all money
r checks so deposited will he returned
o the bidders, all checks so deposited
by the non-successful bidder will bo
returned to the bidder
Dated the 5th dny of February 1911.
Mary C Harlow,
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
FOX APPOINTMENT OF ADMIN
ISTRATOR STATE Ob' OKLAHOMA, ( as.
County of Caddo,
IN COUNTY COURT.
In tho matter of tho estate of Frid
rich Wllhelm Schmidt, Deceased.
To tho Heirs, next of kin, and credi
tors of Frldrich Wllbelm Schmldi, De
ceased. You aro hereby notified that Minnio
Schmidt, wife of said deceased has ap
plied to tho County Court of Caddo
County, State of Oklahoma, for Letters
of Administration on tho estate of
Frldrich Wi'.helm Schmidt deceased, to
be granted to J. B. P. Schmidt and
that Baid application will bo heard at
the court room of said Court, in tho
city ofnndarko, in said C nnty, on
the 2nd day of March 1914. at - o'clock
p. m., at which time and ':ix any
person inteie&led, umy appear and
show cause if any they have why such
petition should not bo granted.
Witness ray hand and tho Seal of the
said Court hereunto affixed this 2nd
day of February 1914.
C. UOSS HUME,
SEAL County Judge
Lower & Son
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First pub. Feb. 5, last pub. Fsb. 21.
NOTICE OK MALE OF REAL ESTATE
Not'ce w Hereby Given, That in Pur
suance ot an order of the County Court
of the County of Caddo and State of Ok
lahoma, made on the 2nd day of Febru
ary 1911, in tho matter of the estate ot
Stanford S. Mitchell deceased, the un
dersigned, as the Administrator of said
deceased, will sell at private sale to the
highest bidder for cash subject to the
confirmation by said County Court on
Monday, the 23 day of February 1911,
at 1 o'clock p. m. nt the office of the
judge of the County Court in said
County of Caddo, all tho right, title,
interest and estato of the said Stan
ford S. Mitchell at the time o his
death, and all the right, title and inter-
est that the said estate lias, by opera
tion of law or otherwise, acquired in
and to all the certain lot , piece
or paroel of land, situnte. lying
nnd being In the County of Caddo,
Mate of Oklahoma, bounded nnd de
scribed as follows, and upon the fol
lowing terms nnd conditions, to-wit:
An undivided one-half 1-2, interest
in and to the Northwest one-frurth 1-1
of section eleven, 11, Township nine,9.
North Range nine, 9, West Indian
Meridian, Caddo County, Oklahoma.
ihe terms of this sale are cash.
Uids must be in writing and m be
left at the office of Grover ('. IVamsley
Attorney-at-law, or may be delivered
to tho administrator personally, or may
Do tucu in tbo olhcc of Judge of tho
Dated the 2 day of February 1911.
F. H. Loggdon,
First pub. Jan. 22. Last pub. Feb. 5.
teenth Judicial District of Oklahoma, I
wun n nnu ror Lnmin mimtv nir -
Martin Nowkn, Plaintiff, vs. E. M.
Connor nnd M. E. West, Defendants.
Tho defendant F. M. Connor, will
take notice that on the 19th day of
January 1914, the plaintiff above nm
cd filed in tho abovo intitlcd cause and
court a petition against the above
named defendants seeking tho cancella
tion of iv certain deed and contract
conveying to the defendant F. M Con
the following described real estato in
Caddo County, Oklahoma to-wit:
Tho Southeast Quarter (S E. 1-4)
and the East Half f E 1-2) of tho North
west quarter N W 1-4 of Section Four
(4) in Township Eleven (11) West of
tho Indian MeiTriiiin.nnirttinirtlin nlntn.
tiff's titlo thereto nnd excluding tho
defendants from any interest therein
ami to recover ot tne defendants the
sum of Eight Hundred Fifty and No-100
Ipdu.uuj iJiiimrs as damages.
Unless tho defendant F. M. Connor,
appear on or before the Fourth day of
...uiv.li ii,it, mm inn wivii ino iiicrtc oi
tho Distriet Court his answer, or other
wise plead to the plaintiff s petition,
said pe'ition will bo taken as true and
judgment will be rendered against said
defendant accordingly, cancelling sa'd
deed and contract, quieting plaintiff's
titlo to said real estate, excluding the
defendants from any interest therein,
and for damages in tho sum of Eight
Hundred Fifty and Nu 100 1850.00 Dol
lars, with interest thereon at the rate of
aiv Per Cent (G) per annum from tho
19th dny of January 1914
A. J. Morris
Attorney for Plnintiff
Theo. G . Oelke,
To whom it may concern. This
is to notify tho public that on tho
7th dny of Fob. IUU, I tho'undor
aignod will apply to tbo Hon. Leo
Crnco, Governor of tho Stato of
Oklahoma, for a parole)
Baxtor Gny, Applicant.
J. Q. A. Hnrrod, Atty.
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