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B. if me United States bureau of IJs, whose am"" .- xnt'Udltures l nve uy Hi these articles, for the fol- I i i..n uiirvntr lit how Icoiuiireiii-"""" .- . nu in to 'e - '""" riioncl in expenditures. It . oii the tleiirest and best Idea ..... .rn.xa Vnr his It' jour iiiuhoj b- - tinM.ii. ltosn toon me utiuui Ltlons for the Uscnl yeur 1920, iiK to n io." u.rjr.r .::'" ; hi the tWiuir sui'i" u'" "" Lflcieitcy bills prior to May 1, rnr rntiuMiletice he Uiviuea we for which this money wu Buo six groups us loiumu. I. Obligations nnsniK iroui Inud previous vvur. inducing .,n thi. nub c utni. peiisiuun, 1. Insurance, rebabllltiitlon and nlrllers. deUclt III We opera- rail ways, expenditures, of tho ' board, Uuropeun loou reiiot . ...-n.Mn.it m.inlnv e uonus to gmeiuuitu. ,....,..-., lover pnrtlally the mcreusuu living due to the war, a iouu ,462,C80. lp a. war uuu iu... uM... -expenses somemiui ' -nent pence-time basis $1,424,- ... ..ninmmanlal p ill, rnmiir.v k"'1"""'"1" us, lncludlnK congress, Presl- nd White Uoae staff, courts mil estnblNlinients, departments tire ctnti, treasury, interior, rev labor Interstate commerce, her cominKaiuns, one-half the : of Columbia Including nil the Iry flltietlon's 01 govrriimuui l.'nti defen-" except the coni; unhides of Group V nnil the In, iMliiuiMOiin mm uuwiuir- vvorl. of (.roup VI S1S1.US7,- IV I'iiIii'p vvork, Including ,iul h.ulwii" public buildings. Itlou i'n e pol roads, na Lit If. imd "nl.i In Alnslta n LEGAL NOTICES a oaaaaoaaaa 1st insertion Jan. 13, 1922 2nd insertion Jan. 20, 1822 Report of the Condition of THE FARMERS STATE BANK of Kenefick, Oklahoma December 31st, 1922 RESOURCES . Loans and Discounts $79,093-75 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured None Securities with Banking Board 900.00 Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, etc. 8,550.04 Banking House 3,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures .. 333.33 Other Real Estate owned.. 3.359.79 Due from Banks 2.943-5G Checks and other Cash Items 305.66 Personal Property, Live Stock, etc 017.29 Bills of Exchange 189.32 Cash in Bank 1,082.32 ( in iii'-i'cl:i or self-up- liiel'v"" ii iiiilinc the post Total $100,375.06 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid in $10,000.00 Surplus Fund 1,000-00 Due to Banks 12336 Individual Deposits Subject to Check 40,052.95 Savings Deposits 555.77 Time Certificate of Deposit 12,650-82 Cashier's Checks Outstand ing 27.20 Notes and Bills Rcdiscount- cd 23,904-96 Bills Payable 5,000.00 Bills Payable (Liberty Bonds) 2,000.00 the 6th day of January, 1922, file In the district court of Bryan County, Oklahoma, a petition asking that judgment be rendered against the de defendants for cancellation of a mort gage upon the following described land and premises, situate in Bry an County, Oklahoma, to-wit: ' South half (S2) of Northwest quar ter (NW4) of Northwest quarter (NW4); and Northwest quarter (NW4) of Southeast quarter (SE4) of Northwest quarter (NW4); and Southwest quarter (SW4) of North west quarter (NW4) of Sec. 11, Township 6 South, Range 10 East; and for judgment quieting title there to and for all other relief to which the plaintiff is entitled: and the said defendants must answerthe said pe tition on or before the 25th day of Feb., 1922, or the said petition will be taken as true and judgment will be rendered for the plaintiff for can collation of said mortgage and quieting title in the plaintiff to said lands. Witness my hand this 5th day of January, 1922. LACY GRIMES, Court Clerk. Ralph H. Daugherty, Deputy. Hatchett & Semple, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1st insertion Jan. 13, 1922 2nd insertion Jan. 20, 1922 STATE OF OKLAHOMA, ' COUNTY OF BRYAN. ' IN THE COUNTY COURT In the matter of the estate of Daniel Walker, deceased, David Robinson, Executor. No. 2255. Notice is hereby given that David Robinson, the duly appointed and qualified executor of the estate of Daniel Walker, deceased, rendered and presented for settlement and filed in said court his final account and his petition for distribution of said estate and for his discharge; It is therefore, ordered, adjudged and decreed by the Court that 3lBt day of January, 1922 at 10 o'clock a. in. and at County Court room in Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma, be and the same is set as time and the place for hearing and settling said account and said petition for distri bution and discharge, at which time and place any and all persons inter ested in said estate may appear and file his or her exceptions in writing to the account and contest the same. Done in open Court this the 10th day of January, 1922- JOHN FINNEY, County Judge. minor, and make final settlement with your said ward not later than February 1st, 1022, and that if yoa failed, neglected or refused to com ply with said order, the County Judge would proceed to settle your accounts with said ward of February 1st, 1922. LACY GRIMES, Court Clerk, Bryan County Okla. Total $100,375.06 i - " Fowler, Attorney. 1st insertion Dec 23, 1921 4th in sertion Jan. 13, 1922 STATE OF OKLAHOMA, County of Bryun ss: I, Geo- II- Mills, Vice President and nd otiice. I'miama enntil and "" "'"" ul "" ", I1-""" , ?. STATE OF OKLAHOMA, ii.riMir.iiliHL which, taken to-,""'1""" """ """ "'K ""; ss uni their expense I Research, educational lopinentul, Including the wide If work of the Agricultural de- It geological hitrvey, bureau of rtinst and geodetic survey, bu- Mttndanls, bureau of fisheries, of foreign and domestic com buieati of labor statistics, I and children's bureaus, voca- 'duration, colleges for agrlcul- lid mechanic arts, library of Smithsonian Institution and bbc health service 07.093,001. croup, I to VI $5,080,005,700. nient is time to tnc oest oi my Knowi- BRYAN COUNTY. I edge and belief so help me God. j jjj the COUNTY COURT. GEO. H. MILLS, Cashier. Probate No. 180. Subset ibed and sworn to before me in the Matter of the guardianship of this iith.day or January, lyzz. i Amanda Williams, minor, J. J. Kel- GEO. H. MILLS. icy, guardian. GEO. H. MILLS, NOTICE GREEN THOMPSON, Directors. I To J. J. Kelley, guardian: You are hereby notified that on the 1st insertion Dec. 23, 1923 4th insertion Jan. 18, 1921 No. 174 STATE OF OKLAHOMA, (ss. BRYAN COUNTY. IN THE JUSTICE COURT OF BRY AN COUNTY DURANT DIS TRICT, BEFORE CHARLES A PHILLIPS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Riley Smith, Plaintiff, vs. R. S. Douthit and Geo. Rose, Defen dants. " NOTICE BY. PUBLICATION State of Oklahoma, to R. S- Douthit: Take notice that you have been sued in the above named court upon ac count of $92.40 due Riley Smith, for Goods, and for attorneys fees and cost, and attachment issued on goods as follows: Three frisnos, two road plows, three sets of doubletrees, one road grader, which is not in possession of court, and Defendant must answer on or before, the 6th day of February, 1922, or said petition will be taken as. true and a judgment for said plaintiff will be taken for $92.40 and cost and sustaining the attachment, and pro perty ordered sold, to satisfy said judgment. CHARLES A. PHILLIPS, Justice of the Peace. J. A- SHIRLEY, Attorney for the Plaintiff. 1st insertion Doc. 16, 1921 5th insertion Jan. 13, 1921 STATE OF OKLAHOMA, ss. COUNTY OF BRYAN. IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE. Hale-Halscll Company, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. J. E. Shellnutt and M- A. Shelnutt, Defendants. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of an order of sale issued out of the office of the Court Clerk of the District Court in and for Bryan County, Oklahoma, on the 8th day of December, 1921, in an action wherein Hale-Halsell Company, a corporation, was plaintiff, and J. E. Shelnutt and M. A. Shelnutt, were defendants, di rected to me, the undersigned Sher iff of Bryan County, Oklahoma, com manding me to levy upon and sell the following described property, to-wit: The SE4 of NW4 of NE4; and SW4 of NE4 of Section 13, Township 6 South, and Range 7 East, containing 66 acres, -more of Its. Mb, aitaata and being in Bryan County, Oklaho ma, subject to a mortgage for $500-00 in favor of Edith Bell, agent of De borah Bell, and a mortgage for $50.00, in xavor oi Whale & Cox Company, to satisfy a Judgment and degree of foreclosure in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendants, obtain ed and made in said Court on the 0th day of June, 1921, for the sum of $403.52, with ten per cent interest thereon from July 7th, 1910, until paid, and the further sum of $59.51 as attorney fees, and costs accruing, I will on the 17th day of January, 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 Du rant, in said County and State, offer for sale and sell to the highest bid der for cash, the above described property, or so much thereof as will satisfy the said judgment, with in terest, attorney fees and costs. Witness my hand this the 12 day of December, A. D., 1921. RUEL TAYLOR, Sheriff. By Clyde Norman, Deputy. Utterback & MacDonald, Attorneys. It will soon be time for another railroad strike scare. SLOAN'S RELIEVES NEURALGIC ACHES FOR forty years Sloan's Liniment has been the quickest relief for neuralgia, sciatica and rheuma tism, tired muscles, lame backs, sprains and strains, aches and pains. , Keep Sloan's handy and apply freely, without rubbini, at the first twinge. It cases and brings comfort surely and readily. You'll find it dean and non-skin-staining. Sloan's Liniment is pain's enemy. Ask your neighbor. At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. Sloa: Lininent(9 Th lorlar ol (fcla Itch will qnk.ty t nllmd by innlTtnff bafore ntirin. Dr.Uotwon'aEcunuOlnt. ItcMrirf Skir? TtrMiMnc vUSr.Hoibs6nk BBBczemaOintmcnta ment. Oneof Dr.UotNOa'a Family HemMiu. Vi can't foot IA yunfttrt. Thty am afuuy tU tht difftr net itiMn Kitloft't mnJ tht imttmUtnl! Summary. Ptr I Expenditures from recent krtvlous wars...t8,8K,82,IS5.60 67.11 u-vvar and Navy nents 1.42X.138.ST6 67 25.01 Bl-Pilmary gov- ptal functions.. 181,097,225 41 fl'-Fubllc works 168.203 667. I Research, ed- hal and devel- 6l tT,093,6w).93 6,CS,X,70J 97 100.00 first two groups together I to 02.8 per cent of the total; vorkg amounts to 8 per cent. governmental functions 3 rt, and research, educational elopmental work, 1 per cent. filiation of the countrv belns b0,000,000, the total budget Is y dollars a year Der canlta. Ii fifty cents a year per cap perilled for the wide range of educational and devolon- hork Incloded In GrouD VL Is, of the fifty dollars a yoar fs couectea for all nuniosea. land a half a year per capita," wea went on to nolnt out ent for what Is here called Junctions of government: 1st insertion Jan- 13, 1922 3rd insertion Jan. 27, 1922 IN THE DISTRICT COURT BRYAN COUNTY, STATE OKLAHOMA. George C Kimes, Plaintiff, vs. cnt John Smith and G. T. Searcy, Defen I dants. No. 4947. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO JOHN SMITH AND G. T. SEAR CY: The defendants, John Smith and G. T. Searcy, will take notice that the plaintiff, George C. Kimes, did on !14th day of December, 1921, the I County Judge of Bryan County, Ok OFlahoma made an order in the above OF entitled cnuse, commanding you to file your final report as guardian of I the estate of Amanda Williams, 3.19 2.97 141 I Money beck without question If HUNT'S GUARANTEED I SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES (Hunt's Salve and Soap), fsil In the treatment of Itch. Bctema, Rlngwc m, Tetter or other Itch Inff akin dlaeaeee. Try thle treatment at our risk. A. It, KDfBKBI.'S DRWs 0X001 Ride the INTjERURBAN between Dtmi8on Sherman Dallas Waco Cor8icana and intermediate points It takes you there It brings you back This will fix my cold 1 ALWAYS keep Dr. King' New Discovery handy. It breaks up hard, stubborn colds and stop-j the naroxysni3 of coughing. No harmful drugs, but just good medicine. 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