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ORN MAIN & 7th STHEETJ ANaDARKo, uKLA
NCTICK OF SALEOF REAL ESTATE.
Notico is hereby given, That is Pur
suance of an order of the County Court
of the County of Caddo aud Statu of
Oklahoma, made on the 31st day of
January 1014, in the muttor of the os
tato of F. Harlow deceased, the
undesigned, as the Adminstratrix of
the estate of said deceased will sell nt
privato sale to the highest bidder for
cash in hand subject to the confirma
tion by said County Court on Saturday
21stdayot February 1914 at2o,clock
p nt at tho County Attornoy'B office, in
the Court House in said County of
Cuddo, all the right, title, interest
and estate of the said W. F
Harlow, deceased at the time of his
death, and all tho right, title and in
terest that the said estate has, by
o toration of law or otherwise, acquired
in and to all that certain lots pieces or
parcels of land, situate, lying and bo
ing in tho County of Cnddd, State of
Oklahoma, bounded and described as
follows, and upon the following term
Lots Twenty-eight, 28, and Twonty
nino, 29, In block Forty-six 40, in the
City of Anadarko, " according to the
recorded pint of said City, and the ap
pertnancc thoroto belonging.
For cash in hand, for all tho rights
titles and interest of tho said estate,
clear of all incumherenco or excepting
n certain forst Mortgage of $300.00
that stands against said property.
Bids must boln writing and may be
left at tho olTlco of H. L. Lawrence,
Attornoy-at-Law, at tho County Attor
ney s Office, in the court house at Ana
darko, Oklahoma, or may be dolivorod
to the County Judge of tho County
Court, said bids must be accompanied
by a -.ortified cheok of 825.00 as a
guarantee of good faith.
The Adtninstratrlx reserves the
right to reject any and nil bids, aud in
case all tha bids are rejected, all money
r chicks so deposited will be rettfrned
o tho bidders, all checks so deposited
by the non-successful bidder will bo
returned to the bidder ',
Dated the 5th day of February 1914.
.Mary C Harlow,
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
FOR APPOINTMENT OF ADMIN
ISTRATOR STATE OP OKLAHOMA, ( ss.
County of Caddo. (
IN COUNTY COURT.
In the matter of tho estate of Frld
rich Wilhelm Schmidt, Deceaied.
To tho Heirs, next of kin, and credi
tors of Fridrich Wilhelm Scbmldi, De
ceased. You are hereby notified that Minnie
Schmidt, wife of said deceased has up
plied to the County Couitof Caddo
County, State of Oklahoma, for Letters
of Administration on the estato of
Fridrich Wilhelm Schmidt deceased, to
be graded to J. 13. I. Schmidt and
that said application will be heard at
the court room, of said Court, in the
city of Anadarko, in enid County, on
the 2nd day of March 1914, at 2 o'clock
p. m,, at which time and place any
person interested, may appear and
show cause If any they have why such
petition should not be p runted.
Witness my hand and tho Seal of the
said Court hereunto ufllxed this 2nd
day of February 1914.
C ROSS HUME,
SEAL County Judgo
Lower & Son
Wall Papor, Paints nnd Glnss,
Paper Hnngiug, Painting nnd
Contraotinp;. , ,
' Opposite IVopk-'e Store.
First pab. Feb. 5. hut pub. Feb. 21.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Notice is Hereby Given, That in Pur
suance of, an or-'er of the County Court
of the County of Caddo and State of Ok
lahoma, made on the 2nd day of Febru
ary 1914, in the matter of the estate of
Stanford S. Mitchell deceased, the un
dersigned, as the Administrator uf bald
deceased will sell at private sale to tie
highest bidder for cash subject to the
confirmation by said County Court on
Mondsy, the 23 day of February 1914,
ui i o ciock p. m. ni wie oiucc oi llle
judge of tho County Court in said
County of Caddo, all tho right, title,
interest und estate of the said Stan
ford S. Mitchell at tho time of bis
death, and all the right, title and inter
est that the said estate has, by opera
tion of law or otherwise, acquired in
anuto an the certain lot , piece
or paroel of land, situato, lying i
and being In tho County of Caddo,
State of Oklahoma, bounded and rte-,
scribed as follows, and upon the foh
lowing terms nnd conditions, to-wit
An undivided ono-half 1-2, interest
In and to the Northwest one-frurth 1-1
of section eleten, 11, Township nine 9,
North Range nine, 9, West Indian
Meridian, Caddo County, Oklahoma.
The terms of this sale are cash.
Hids must be in writing nnd ma. bo
left at the office of Grover V. Wamsley
Attorney -at-law, or may be delivered
to the administrator personally, or may
oo iiieu in mo oiuce oi Judge of the
Dated the 2 day of February 1914.
F. II. Logsdon,
First pub. Jan. 22. Last pub. Feb. 5.
In the District Court of the Fif
teenth Judiciul District of Oklahoma,
Within and for Caddo County, Okla
homa. Martin Nowka, Plaintiff, vs. E. M.
uiuiiiur unu in. c. wvsi, Lcicnaunts. i
The defendant F. M. Connor, will
take notice that on the 19th day of
.junuury i-ji-i, mo piainuu anovc num
ed tiled in tho above intitlcd cause and
court a petition against tho above
named defendants seeking the cancella
tion of a certain deed and contract
conveying to tho defendant F. M Con
tho following described real estate in
Cuddo County, Oklahoma to-wit:
Tho Southeast Quarter (S E. 1-4)
and tho East Unit r E 1-2) of tho North
west quarter N W.l-4 of Section Four
(4) in Township Eleven (in West of
the Indlun Meridian, quieting the plain-4
tiff's titlo thereto and cxcludim? the
defendants from any interest therein
ana to recover of tho defendants tho
sum of Eight Hundred Fifty and No-100
850.00 Dollars as damages.
Unless tho defendunt F. M. Connor,
appear on or before the Fourth dav of
March 1914, and filo with tho Clerk of
tho District Court his answer, or other
wise plead to tho plaintiff 8 petition,
said petition will be taken as true and
judgment will be rendered against uid
defendant accordingly, cancelling su'd
deed and contract, quieting plaintiff's
title to said real estate, excluding the
defendants from any interest therein,
nnd for damages in tho sum of Eight
Hundred Fifty and No-100 1850.00 Dol
lors, with interest thereon at the rate of
Six Per Cent (G) per annum from the
I9th day of Junuury 1914
Attorney for Plaintiff
To whom it may concorn. This
is to notify tho public that on tho
7th day of Fob. 1U14, I tho under
uignod will apply to tho Hon. Loo
Crnco, Governor of tho State of
Oklahoma, for n pnrolo.
Baxtor Gny, Applicant.
J. ). A- Harrod.'Atly. .
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