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rnlDAY. 'APRIL 28, 1922
Where Your
Taxes Go
j low Uncle Sam Spends
our Money in Conduct
ing Your Business
By EDWARD G. LOWRY
. jf ttuhington Cloie-UpA,M "Btnkt tnd
t Hi syeteirJ " eltf Contributor Political
' j Afi,tml Article! to Leadm Ptriodu-alt
... Writer of KecotfniiMi Authoritj od tb
nh nJ Go?errnient'i Uuiincet Mthod
ITrlrfnt Wetm wpapr Union
xTi.
WE'RE COLD TO REFORMS
. , ,m' nut li.nl In our time u l'K'sl
jk, . i si.is ii liilllii"s mini or whii
j , , uulUllilltillii'l' ltll litis. Ul'ss
Tin. t'liltf Koilltlses hiiio,
, .-I jmrt nut lifi'ii t'.wutlt'
i . nil Is il'isS llllill'Htniill. All-
, . i l'liu its.uili'il tin' Kitwrii-
H lilllP it- Mil' UTilllll II llll'l'll
. ,i i!i 1 imrlialilsiii 111
t , i v,, in, . line, mill ultli mi
, .it it- imiui r-UniiMul-simi
., i ( . .imiui) i)t iiii'iutiiiii.
1 i J sens, the filer that lie
a , ii. ml nl mi niv.ilii.iltlnli
itii- :iiv iuiihM it1" Mirk'il
tin. flit ire liti-lnr-s wtirltl.
i'. 1 Ili'llt'M.', slllltl'.s tills
Mi
f,
iri
!n
tiv
,f.
'et
irmii
61LI ii
erii in '
Han
the ti
I t .ft imiiiti'il out, this emit
ii Im- ni'Vir lici'ii stttdlud
, - ntii- lilri'c of iiilinltilstrii-
1..1111-111. No ciiliiiui'iiuuslte
i- In eh Hindi', until wry re-
. list Its ninny nctlsltlys or to
, in in In siuii u niij iis to pro-
ni'iir picture of what the gov-
i, is dolus. No .satisfactory
ut has ever lieeu published of
, m-ful transactions of the gov-
train 'it us u whole. With large In
terims at -take congress uud the ex
v.utii li.ui' timer had till the Infor
mation which silwuld be currently
v nliii- If the most Intelligent direc
tion i- to he gieu to the dally nuttotml
bunn'-s
iv tik i ess the I'resldent nnd the ad
ministrative olluers have been ut
teniitnir to discharge their duties
ni'l hi lull iiilorm.itlon as to the
a;. i. ..8 through ulikli the work of
Li. ;i.('nii.ii'iit Is' being performed.
In 'in i nst serWces, agencies, bureaus,
vim t nit liae been created one by
oi.i i- exigencies hue .seemed to de
m.t' 1 sslth little or no lefercnce to
an. siiu-nif ut i)ig.iiii.atlun of the gov
ern! a tit ,1- a whule.
Mi 'iuft pninted out all this and
mail'' tin tatui'sl effort to change It.
With what result'' Why, Just exactly
niut ( .mcress was cold. The pub
lic tin lining jou and me was colder.
We iliiln't take an Interest In the
(ireject anil therefore congress po
lltti.s Mi.viicd It away Into the tall
grass nii'l out of hight. Mr. Tuft was
gum i iniugli iimncy to employ tin etli
cleiiij. niut PCoiiDiny commission and
! i). nl,. imiuio "into the methods of
trail-. t.iu the public business of the
"iitiu departments and other gov
ernment I'stiilillslllllPlltS."
Tin. tiujiiiry was made nnd the
ctmngts rei'iiiiitiicniled, but nothing
ha eor In en done ubout It. This
eiiiiniii ntnl I'tliclency commission was
ffrj i in-eiMitlve and cautious. It
tmik .Mr Tuft's lev that the prob
lem nf gunil admiuMratlon Is not one
Uiar (.ii, be si h eil ut one time. It Is
a miiiiiiiiously present one. This
cuiuuiis-iiiii, made up of excellent men,
tufn;c!ed that the revenue-cutter serv
Ici be abolished uud Its activities be
taken over by other services. It was
estimated that by so doing a saving
of not less than $1,000,000 could be
made
Atiuthvr report recommended that
tie lighthouse uud life-saving services
be udanni-tered by u single bureau In
suud of us ut that time, by two bu
reaus located In different departments.
it wi- estimated that this consolida
tion eiiid result In a saving of not
less tint, $H)0,000 yearly.
The nlmlltlon of the returns offlce of
the Interior department was reconi
MuiiJed, ut an estimated direct saving
of about $2im u yeur, In addition
to a lurge indirect economy In the
reduction of orij to be performed In
tte m'sithI ollices.
The consolidation of the six auditing
offices of the treasury nnd the Inclu
Ion In the auditing system of the
een naval olllcers who audited cus
toms uoounts at the principal ports
was urged. The chunge was expected
Jo produce an Immediate saving of at
least S13.-,.O0O yearly.
From this modest start other changea
nil reforms and savings were to be
made
But we weren't Interested In the
olti cost of government or the high
Jst of living eleven years ago. Mr,
Taft didn't get a rise out of us. Ha
didn't have much of a pull with con
Pess, either, poor man, and all his In
Wlry went for nothing as far as any
action was concerned.
Ue and his commission did bring out
a establish, however, certain facts
tad conditions. It was a trustworthy
nd competent investigation as far as
went That Is something to the
tood
Th' re is a patent disposition in coa
ljs now to take the whole problem
of the routine administrative processes
the gin eminent under consideration
nd sen how best to Improve them,
whether anything really worth while
'H come nut of It will depend en-we-y
on the degree of Interest vou
Olilay. If you wm takp tlll trouble
to show that you know that the na
uonal business Is mismanaged and
'ts too much, and that you are tired
It, there will be action.
The Dtjrant Wbekiw tmpwq
DOG TOOK CAIIE OP THEM
The Rreatest hcio in the state of
ashlngton is a sheet) doc- uhn l.n
tleturneil In (tin ...,,. ...i.i.
1 r i '"iihi- illi il
d of ID .heei which were lost from
line IUl UUtlimil lit tho snmn
the dog was missed. They had
the entile winter In the moun-
L'Unillerl ttl tl... .! ...U-
" . .... til .- UU(, I1U
ought them bail: fat and in fine
iuii. vupners week v.
Y
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LEGAL NOTICES n
lit InmrtlAn Anrll 2S, ttlS
lilt tnhrrtion Miv 111122
fN T1IF. I)l!,TI!I(,T C'DlTtT OF IlUV W
Htati" I.lf.' Iii.iir.in.'i' rVimtmny, f Tmliim tiit,
li Imlldiia a iiiriirall.in. Plaintiff.
Ml
Ori-m TIiiiiiih in, pt nl, tl..fi.iil mti
THF. fiTATF OF OKI.'umMA
To lh. stato Xatii.ml 11 ml, of Iicni-nn,
Ttim
i, 1',''"'. '"":' ""' . Stale Natlonnl
link nf DmNi.t, Ti ns h In in iuhI in
th nlmii' nmnpil ii in upon furrrlmure
of iiiMitini mix i-i-ts uhil al.irno s
fin iilnf niiil ii'i.vnt rulil pitllion fi,,l
tliir.'ii. I.j tl.i idui.tiri nn nr lu-firn
tli" l'jtli ili nf .inn, fi. itj.'. i.r
mii;l till in mil Ii 1,1,, i, i,, trl. ,
a jmliiiniil f..r Ih. .l iltilltr Mill l,p taVi'n
fni I. -n e i'- nuiiiri.i m, l,inl In llr.i
nn ( iiintj oklilmnii n lull., us
'Ih. ViirtliMost (jialln iNW',1 anil 111.
.i-t Half tt'.i ..I tin .N.iiil,, isi (jiinrtti
M.'il ml NorlliMikl Ounilir iNWl.i ,,r
Hie siiiutjii iM (nrlii si. I, i nf s..,tnii I
i-niii ii n. ii i in- snutliniM Ouirur
'XW'.i nf th, -.mill, ii,t v.i hi, r i -hi, i
f Si inn, m ,1., all In 'I iilili -,.ni
Ti huulli Itan5i. 1 t.-ht i iJ ) I ,t f tlir- In
li n Mnili.it, i ,i,t ilnli j,, air. - mi.r,
nr I, an, I a fuithit ji,.l.-im lit l.irrlni:
Jim f nun inn r,'hl iuii ill, I in in iimrt
Ci in lln nn in, nf k,. ,iiinlv ami fur
lln mMs of tin aiti.ii nil itlnrinx s f, , i,.
I.U'V OKI Ml. -
Cmirl ( U tl
.-n.rui.v r tisi:m)Wi:m.
Atturni fur th I'liimiif
or Inuranri Cuinpany for $8000.00. ill
fur nn nnlcr dirocllnit the aale of alil pro
liirl), uithniit aiuir.iiienii.nt, tu sntlsfy the
alo Juilmiient, Inlorffl, attorney feel nd
iuM, will ,c remleredi and the ld &
ftinl Hits nii.l null iif them, will he lmrred
mill cstoiii,cil frum asierllni; an Intereit,
rlplit. titli nr estate lit ntnl tu M,i,l ,r,ipert)
U,tr,ir to tho lien nf the plaintiff.
of this i,u Mill take line nvtlcc and gor
im juurMlf niiuriliiiKlt.
LACY ORIMKS .
Court Clerk.
11) ItAl.l'II II. llAL'OHLin'Y,
Deput
1 TTl.ltllACK i Mae DOXAI.U,
AUuniojs for 1'lalntlff.
Ut ins. rti hi pi 2", r22
."Ih insertion Ma 2ii 192J
NOTICE OF SHEFIFfS SALE OF LAND
Xoti',e U heri.li i;ieli that, in pursunn',c
of nn nr.ler nf sjle issued out nf the Iis
trirt Court of Ilrjan Couni. Oklihoina, on
the 20th ili nf April A l D22 in an
aetlon win rein II 1 Wilkinson was plain
tiff anil .1. V Ura). I'.mie l.ce tlia and
Ilulah Jnrilan were ilefeniltnts, directed to
me the umlirslsne.l Sheriff of Ilrjan Coun
ty. erimtlialliln lilt to lev) tlpnn, appraise
anl sell the following de&erihed iiropert
tnvi it .
Lot S in rilnrk 2"'i in the C'lt of lu
rant Ilrian Count, Oklahoma,
to satlf a ju, lenient and .liene of fme
i Iniir,. in favor of mM plnlntiff anil iiBiinM
stud dtfenil nits olitiiiind and nmle in said
Court on the 2Tlh dli nf Mareli 1.
1'Ui lor tin sum of j.TiV'IT mil the f it i
Ih.i -nn, of spin no hMmiiii f,. willi
iltl.M-I on Mill Jiiilirmi 1 1 at III, rule nf
ten pi r nut iruui the jTlh ili uf Mnri.h,
1 I'i.'J .ii d nit uiiri.i.l I will nn
the j'li, ill. n' Mn,i Ii l "i"j at the hour
nf 2 '11 oilnek I' .M uf sahl illti at tin
fiut , I nn .t th. Omit Huns,- in tie Cit
uf Km mi ir, sail Ci.uit; ntnl Mite offer
f',1 sil,. an.l sill in U,e tiUlie-t ht.l.lir fui
iiish ill, Mid prnp'tti .i!i,. de-i ril,e,l or
as niiiel, tli.1,,,1 is will siiisfi stiil juilc
nn nl ieli niirit ai .1 iot-
WII.VI.-- mi hand thi" 2Tllt d ij of pnl
1 1".J
III H. TWI.olt
hhi rift of Hi) in Ouin!)
II) Clide Xormin liiput)
IOIIV Mn Hits l.)
.r nn.) fur I'lnnutf
1st li.serlliui April 21, 1IU2
4th insertion Ma) 12, 1U22
blATK OF OKLAHOMA, I
.COUNTY OF DUVAN. I"
IN TIIK OI-.THICT COUKT IN AND FOB
SAID COUNTY AND STATE.
John A. MacDoualil, Truiteo, Plaintiff,
i: T. Hajnes, Defendant.
No. 5133.
The Mate of Oklahoma to E. T. Hajntit
Take notice that ou have been sued in
the above named court In the above en
titled and numbered case, In which the
plaintiff seeks to mover judgement agalnit
ou in the sum of $2.00U,OU, with interest
thereon at tre rate of sli per cent per an
num from November 30th, 1DJ1, until paid;
It being alleged that )ou received a prefer
ence b) the pa)ment uf 2,uuu, made to
)ou by (I. V. i.indley at a time when the
said I,. Y, Llndle) was insolvent; that you
had full knowledge of said insolveiic), aud
kiiiw that the pa)iiiLiit so made waa a pre
firincc. tlut thu same wai made within
four months of the adjudication of the said
(1. Y. Llndte n lianLriint: nnd vou must
hush i r said puitinn so filed herein by the'
luiiiiiiiu nn or Leluru the JnU day ol June,
l'JJJ, or said petition will bo taken ns true
iiiul u judKitiHiit for said plaintiff for
V-'.OUU.lni, villi inn u st tluriun ut the rate
of six per cent pir aiuiutii front Novembir
JUIh, I'UI, until paid, will he rendered ar
itililitigl), and Hie allai hiiitnl sut d out
I. Hi in ngiinsL euluiu of )Our property d-1
silihi d as follows, to v it
Lot II, lllotk, IV.' in C'lt) of Durant,
Dkllllllilll I
will Ik siisltiinid ai J siid proper!) order
id tu In. sold lo s.il.sf) said judgement.
Of this oii will take due notice and
Cmirn )outreIf nicordlnRly.
LACY tiKIMr.is
Court Clerk.
II) HALl'll 11. DAl'Ollhltri.
Deputy.
I'llLHIIACK i. Mir DONALD,
Atlomejs for I'lilnlif.
1EVEN v
hours of ten o clock a. m. and two o'clock
P. m. on May 15th, 1922 and at the east
iitrame tu the llr)an County Court House
In the clt) of Durnnt Oklahoma, the un
ilerslne,l sheriff will sell to the highest and
'est bidder fur cash the fnllmvlni; descrlhid
. il elate
,'" KW'i of SIVI, SW1, of -EH
of SWW of Section 34, Townihlp (I South,
It iiee 12 Last, nnd S2 of NV4 ; Nl,
l ",j of NV14 nf Section 3, Township
. -Sniith Itange 12 Fast of the Indlin bise
ir,.l Meridian, nr)n County, Oklahoma.
Said property being sold to satisfy a luile
en nl 1 1 mien .1 In favor of E. Ownby and
analnut Henry II. Knlpht, Winnie KnUht
inil h II, Moore in Cause No l3 on the
ilucket nf the district ronrt of Ilryan Coun
ty, Oklahoma.
Signed this April 11th, 1922.
IIUEL TAYLOR.
Sheriff. Ilrjan Count), Oklahoma.
.,, . By Clyde Norman, Deputy
HMCIIETT A FfcltOUSON',
Attorneys.
1st Insertion March 10th, 1922
10th Insertion May 12th, 1922
Nn. 12102
TEEASOBT DEPABTMENT
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, D. C. January 20, 1922.
WHEKEAS, by satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, It has been mads
to appear that "The First National Dank
of heneflck" in the town of Kfneflek In
the County of Bryan and State of Okla
homa has compiled with all the provisions
of the Ststutea nf the United Slates t
quired to be complied with before an as
suclstlon shall bo authorlted to commence
the business of Itanklng:
NOW THEREFORE. I, D. R. Crlsslnger
Comptroller of the Currency do hereby eer
tlf) that "The First National llsnk In Kens
fick ' In the town of Keneflck in the County
of Ilryan and State nf Oklahoma is an
Ihnrized to commence the business of Bank
I ir is provided In Section Fifty one hun
Irid nnd sixty nine uf the Revised Statutes
f the United States.
In testtninni wheietif witness my hand ai4
'eal nf nfflre this twinl) sixth dn) of Jan
nsri, 1922
.-BAD D K. CRISSINOF.R,
Comptroller of the Currency
Conversion nl Ih Am!, fli n.l
of Durant, Durant, Oklahoma
. testimony whereof wltneii mv bind
and Peal nf office this twenty eighth day
of Febnnry, 1022
II. II. CRISSIXOER
Comptroller of the Currency.
1st insertion March 31st, 1922
.1th insertion April 2jh, 1922
STATE OF OKLAHOMAI
COUNTY OF flRTAN. "
IN THE DI8TIUCT COCRT IN AND FOR
SAID COUNTY AND 8TATE.
Mrs. Ida R. Looney, Plaintiff,
TS.
W. II. Yeats, et at., Defendants.
No. io. nr,
NOTICE Or SIIERIFF'8 SALE OF LAND
ON FORECLOSURE.
Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance
of an order of sale issued out of the office
of the Court Clerk of the District Court
In and for llr)sn County, Oklahoma, on
the 27th day of March. A. D 1922, in an
action whereon Mrs. Ida R. Looney was
plaintiff, and W. II. Yeats, Lelar Yeats, II.
0. Stanley, Sallle E. Stanley, and the State
Bank Commissioner were defendants di
rected to me, the undersigned Sheriff of
Bryan County, Oklahoma, commanding me
to levy upon, appraise, advertise and sell
the following described real estate and prop
erty, to wit:
. Lot 4 In acllin 3. Township 7 Bonus,
Rinse p Km of the Indian Due and fla
il, llin, rMiiiltilnt 40 icres more or teat,
I) In nnd situate In Ilryan County, Okla
li'imi to iitiifr a J i.l.-me.'it and decrsa of
foreclosure In fivnr nf the sild plaintiff and
iiriltut tiii sill defendints obtained and
nil In Mil Dutrl t Court In and for
Ilrym Counts Oklahoma on the 1 Ith dar
nf .Marrli l"22 fur the su-n of $2934.00,
vli, elf 1 1 per een Interest thereon from
-linuiry 2nd 192: until pail and (283.40
ittornev fees and to sitisfy n judgment
and decree of foreolosjre in fivor of th
Stile II mk Commlsiliner and afilnst IL
C. htanley and Sillle E. Stanley for $,
0S1 42 with ten per rent Interest there
from .t.tnuary 1st, 1022, until paid
inl Jim 14 attorney fees and costs (
'ruins. I will on the 2nd day of Mar, A.
D, 1922 at the hour of two o'clock P. ff.
of siid date, at the front door ot th
Court House In the City of Durant, Bryan
County, Oklahima, offer for sale and set! la
the highest bidder for cash the property
lbove describe! or si tnu'b. thereof as will
satisfy the siid Judgments, interest, costs)
and attorney fees
Witness my hind this the 27th day of
March, A, D 1922
RUEL TAYLOR,
Sheriff nt Bryan County, Okla,
Utterback and MacDonald,
Attirnesa
1st inserlion Aplil 21 1122
10th lUMItiou .llllii- 23 1922
Nn. 12101
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Office of
Comptroller of tho Currency.
Wnshiimlon, 1) C April T, 1922
WHEItEAh, by satlsfai lurj eildeme
presented to the undersigned. It has been
made to appear that "'ihe First National
Hank nf Kemp Cil) ' in Ihe tovn of Kemp
City In the County of Bryan and State
of Oklahoma has itiinptitd unit nil the tun
M.Muiis in mo ntaiutes nt ine unuea males,
renulred to be comnlled with before an
association shall be authorlted to commence
the business of Hanking
Now therefore I, D. It. Crlssincer, Cnmp
trollor of the Currency, do hereby certify
that "The First National Hank of Kemp
Clt) ' in the town nf Kemp Citi In me
County of Bryan and State of Oklahomi
Is authorized lo commence the business nf
llaltkitii.' a- prmlilnl in Seitiuti lifts un.
hundrid ami slv.li nine nf the Rivisul
.-latutes nf the United States.
Conversion of The First Bank of Kemp
of Kemp City, Oklahoma.
In tcKtltnmi) whercuf witness my hand
.tnd M'nl nf nfficc this seventh day nf
April, 1922.
D. R. CRISSINOER
Comptroller of the Currenc)
1st ins.'in ii. Apill 21. 1U2
Ith insertion Mas 12, 1922
,ST1i: OF OKI. UIOMA, t
Isi
(ill S'l Y OF III1YS-
is- 'nil Di-Tisici form is mi nn;
PAID I OCSTY SI) -TATf
Aikiis'in W.irr.u X Henle) Company, a
Corporation, Plaintiff,
vs
'I iii.i Mnorc et el Defendants.
No S0S7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
The .Slate of Oklil. in. , tu I, '1 l.reeii
W .-pears J. N Hirri-un C L Dasv
s t ! A Pain, Frank Waller unci W. L.
'luttel
nl and eieli of )nu ssill tike notice
tl it sin hist hull sui d in Ihe abuse
tuni.'l rnurl l,s th, abuse n lined iliiutiff
in sshieh u is .illiced thit on Mas 20th,
1 i2' Turn Mnore ninl Rose Moore maib
executed and delisered to the plaintiff a
.-ruin promiss'irs nolo for the sum of
S-.11.01 pas able .I.iuu . r 1st Hit within
1 rest at the rate of ten per cent per annum
from maturits, and prnsidini; fm the pas
i lent of a reisonnble nltorney fee, and show
tnir ih it there was due on slid note the sum
nf f'j'Hll sviih interest thereon at the rate
uf ten per cent per annum from the 20th
diy of Mareli 10J2 until paid and "9 si
llltornes fees tint bellli Ii leisnnnble at
tornes fee and showing further that on
the same date the said Tom Moore and
It ie Jluore exe'iite.l their certain pminls
snr) note in th. sum of $",11 ml pistil, lo
limitary 1-t. 11J2 with interest therton at
th" rite nf ten ii c, nt per annum from
m Hunts until pin! and proviilins for a
i. isunalile attorne fee anil sh, using that
lli.-rn U due nn slid lute tin' sum uf ."!)
s ssnh interest therni.l at Ihe Tlte of
ten n r cent pen anniiin fmni -si.ireii jnin.
I'lJJ lltllil pJI'l ntnl ine niriii'T m i
-1 Z altornes fies thit beinir a reason
i.l.l.. ttnrt,e fen and shnwiiiz further that
oi the same da'e Into .sinnre ntnl H'ise
Mn ire ntude, executed and deliverid tit the
plan Mir llielr lertnin 1 1 1-snrs noie in
ih' sum of "ill 0(1 pj)u January 1st,
l't.1 the sii id nut" bcann. inteint it thu
lite if len per lent per annum fiom mti
turns until pitu, ntei snowing mn mere
wis'diie on said note the sum nf 1!4 00
with interest therenn at Ihe rate nf ten
per cent pen annum from tin 2nth das of
Mireh J022, and the further sum of "3
i.i us aitorne. fees that being a reason
able attornes feo and allowing further
that on ihe unie date and as a pari ana
pireel uf the stinie trinstietion the said
Tom Moore and Rose Moore executed ae-knnwli-dged
ami dellserid to the plilntiff
their certain real estate mortgage in writ
ing covering tho fillowlng described pro
perty, to wit.
The WW of SF ,; E4 of RWt; and
all that part of the W", of the SWU lying
East of the M O. k (i. Railway. Section .12,
Township 8 South Range 1 East of the In
dian Meridian, that said mortgage was filed
for record in the office of the County Clerk
of Bryan County, Oklahoma, and la recorded
in Book 35, at page 614, that the said
mortgage ia subject to a mortgage to the
Travelers Insurance Company for $8000 00,
and alleging further that said mortgage
provided that If default he made In the pay
ment of the principal or interest or any
part thereof, as the same becomes due, that
the whole of said debt should at once be
come due and payable, and alleging fur
ther that said mortgage provided for the
payment of a reasonable attorney fee. and
eipres.ly waived appraisement and all be
nefit of homestead exemption and stay
laws of the State nf Oklahoma and al
leging further thit there was djn nn said
three notes a total sum of 41 "7d i'J. with
interest at the rate oi len per rent us
annum from March 26th, 1122, until paid,
and the further sum of M07 85 attorney
fees, which l sei ured by said mnrtiiage
and alleging that the plaintiff is the owner
and holder of said notes and mortgage: and
alleging further that D Turnbull t. K
Pugh tr T. I. reeii W. W. -.pears J N.
Harrison, C I. Iu. P !' Wlllr:ln'
I Kaplan Frank Walker anl I. Tut
lei in claim. ij eiuio rlsht title, interest
ir es'a'e in Jul t, tin reil eitito tovered
by said mortgage
An! )ou anl each it , i must answer
th.) petition fuel therein b) the Plaint"!
un or before the Jnd dav n June 1 922 or
said petition will he taken ai true and a
jidguieut fur said plaintiff fir it'i.il'J.
with interest therein at the rate .of ten
per cinl per annum from Mirch 20th, ,!
until paid and the further sum of Sl. 85,
as attorncv feei, and n decree of the Court
!.i.. .a ..i.hiKhlnir n alntiff s mort
gage as a first and prior Tien against the
real eitate above described, subject only
to a first mortgage in zavor ot sue sii-
HI n,. i rlmti Mn 1 -' T'JJ
ttlt insirlinn Mil) 12 l'tJJ
STA1L OF OKI. UIOMA I
COUNTY OF BRYW I
IN THE COUNTY COURT IS- AND FOR
SMI) COUNTY ND STATE.
In the matter ot the estate nf Wallni-i
Franklin Cnnnes, a minor, Fraukie
Cnotit), Ouarilhii.
No 1181
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Snre ii hen bs cisen lint in pursn nice
of an order of the Counts Court in thi Cunt
ty of Brian and Stale nf Oklilmnii nude un
the 12th ilis nf April, A. D. 1922 in the
mattir nf the utile of w'nlliro 1'rinklin
Oooney. a minor, the undersigned as guar
dian of Ihe person and estate nf said
minor, will sell at public nuctitn to the
highest liid'l. i fur cash subject to confirm
ntion l.s said Count) Court un Mimdas the
JJml dn nf Mas ) pi.i-j t 2 iinn.lnck
I M in frnnt nf the Court House at Mart
Hi in the slid Count) uf I.usi all uf
the rl.-lit title interesl unit , still "f the
said Wallace Franklin Cnuney in nnd In all
of the certain lots, pieces nr pari els nf land
situated in the Cnttnts nf l.ns, in lh.
State nf Oklabnnia and hounded atel de
scribed ns follows to wit:
The Smith 'i nf S'orth .- of the South
east i( Section 3 the Northeast of the
Northiast 'I and the North 20 i, n s nf Lot
1; the Southwest 9 20 acres of Lot 1 and
the South 18.80 neres of Lot 4 Section 10,
nil in Twp 8 South. Range 1 West the
South of tho Southeast i4 of Sectmn 3
the Southeast 10 acres of lot 1, Rectbui 10,
all In Twp. 8 South and Range 1 West,
Lose County, for uisli in hind nnd upon
confirmation by the County Court.
Datid, this 2"itli ill) nf Vprll I
1922.
Frankle Cooney,
Ouardnn
John A MacDonald,
Attorney for Guardian,
1st lnsirtion April 14. 1922
5th insertion Mas- 12, 1922
STATE OF OKLMIOMA, I
BRYAN COUNTY
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is lierob) given that between tlte
hours nt tit, u'clock a m. ami two
o'clock p in. inl nt the east entrance to
ine iir.san couni) i ,ri uuuse in ine i-hv
of Durant, Oklihom. the 1 "it It ills of
fn 11?''. Hie un.leisi -netl sheriff will s, 11
to the highest and hem bidder for cash the
foIloAlng described lands:
SW'.i of SKU and all that part nf the
Hi. 14 or ,-r;-i niiiirwise known as i."T -which
lies West of the West bank of H'd
River, In Section 25, Township S Sontk,
ltan'e 1 Fist uf tin. Indian base and M ri
dian lirsan Counts, Oklahoma, containing
annul mi acres oi land.
Sslrt nronertv l.plntr sold to satisfs a ill lc
aaent rendered In Cause No 4718 on the
itoekn nf the district court of Bryan County
UKianoma, wnercin me rineriy invi-atnuns
Comnans- is nlaintlff and R. J. Orlnslade et
als are defendants and in which cause the
plaintiff recovered a judgment fore'losnig
its mortgage on said property.
Signed this April 11th 1922
RUEL TAYLOR,
Sheriff Bryan County Oklahima
By Clyde Norman, Deputy
HATCHF.TT A FERC.CSON,
Attorneys.
1st insertion April 14, 1922
"Ih Insertion Mas' 12, 1922
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
No. 4714
Sntbe is In rib) given that by virtue nf
an Order nf Sale issued by the court clerk
f llr.san Coiiiitv, Oklahoma, and to me
directed nnd delivered as the sheriff of
aid Count), In an action pending In the
Hntrict Court of Itraiiu County, Oklahoma,
wherein Conservative Loan Compans, a cor
poriiliin. is plaintiff, nnd Nora Alien and
r in Allen her liusi'iitul, are defendants,
I will at the hour of two o'clock P. -M
hi the loth da) nf May, 192.', at the
frnl t door nf the court house in the City
,,f Durant, llr.sun Count) Oklahoma, offer
fur sile and sill to the highest bidder for
isti in bund the folluwliiir described real
estate and appurtenances thereunto belQng
itig whiih are charged sslth the payment of
siid debt ami costs, to wit
'Ihe West Sevents five (75) feet of Lot
Time (3) in Block Nlnet)-fnur (94) In
the tosvn of Durant, Bryan County, Okla
homa, and I will apply the proceeds arising
irntn sueii sale, us loiiows.
Hlisr. To the nasmenl uf the coats of
said action and sile.
SECOND' To the nasment of a iudement
nnd dicrce uf foreclosure In favor of the
pttintiff nnd against the defendants, enter
e,l in said cnttit un tin f,th da) nf October,
I'l'.'l for the sum of J 17:17. tin-ether with
interest thereon at the rate of ten pir
tent per annum from the 1st day of August,
1121. until paid, ns well us thu further sum
nf 52" 00 nllnrnes's fees, nnd all ensts of
this action, taxed at $10 00, and accruing
I 1,-ls
Stbl nroitirls to be sold ssttltoitt nnnralse
ment nnd subject only to a prior mortgage
of $111)0 00 nnd ocirucd ink list, nnd sub
ject lo taxes
KU1-.I, TAY1.UK
Sheriff
Clyde Norm in, Under Siieriff,
STANARD & KNN'IH.
Shawnee, Oklahoma,
Attorne) a for Fliintiff.
1st Insertion April 7. 1922
nth Insertion Mas- 5. 1922
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
1st insertion April 14. 1922
5th insertion May 12, 1922.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, I
BRYAN COUNTY I
NOTICE OF 8nXRirF'8 SALE
Notice is hereby given that between the
hours of ten o'clock a m. and two o'clock
n m. and at the east entrsnee to the Bryan
County Court noose in the city of Durant
Oklahoma on the 15th day of May, 1922,
the undersigned sheriff will sell to the high
est and best bidder for cash the following
described lands-
84 of NEH of SE; NEVi of KEH of
BE; BH of 8E'4 of SEtt of Section lo.
Township 0 South, Range II East of the
Indian base and Meridian, Ilrsan County
Oklahoma, containing 50 acres nf tand
Said property being sold to sstlsfy a judg
ment rendered in Cause No 4440 on th"
docket nf the district court of Mrs in
Counts Oklahoma wherein the Finerty n
TMtment Company Is plaintiff and T
Ilrie kcti si ins ure defendants and m
which cause the plaintiff reeovered a j iU
ment fore losing Its mortgage on said pr
perty
Signed this April 11th 1022
RUEL TAYLOR,
Sheriff Ilrsan Counts Oklahoma
By Clyde Norman. Dep
HATCHF.TT A FLRGUSON,
Attorneys
1st insertion April 14, 1922.
5th insertion May 12 1922
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, I
BRYAN COUNTY I
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that between th
BRYAN COUNTY
IN TIIK DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR
SAID COUNTY AN'D ST TE
Abbott Brooks II ill Hardware Coinpan),
Plaintiff.
vs
Maude Dane Itasmiiml Dine Steger Lumber
Co. J. II Neel) .1. W. Ilirrett, Cmisum
era Light & l'uwcr Company, Defen
dants
E. 11 Smith Hirdware Cuinpans. nnd Bill
Dane, Intersenors
No n 11
THE STTK OF OKLMIOMA to Maude
Dane nnd Ra)iuond A Dane'
Take notice ttiat sou and each of you
have been sued in the above named court
upon a contract for material and labor used
and furnished )ou and each of )ott by plain
tiff and the Intersinurs and suur codefen
dants herein in the erectlun of a two story
residence on the South 50 feet of Lot No.
1, liss 10 feet off the west end thereof for
an nlli's, in block No. 208 of Plat of Du
rant, Oklahoma during the )ear 1921 in
sshiih tarh parly hereto sieks a judgment
fur the respective amounts to wit: Abbott
Brooks Hall Hardware Compans on its origi
nal nccutint of Thirty two and 25100 Dol
lars and Lien for sante and Attorneys fee
nt $50 00 nnd nn the ncruuut of J. W.
Barrett for One hundred seventy five Dollars
isslgnid b) him to said Plaintiff and for
an attorneys fee of $70 00, J. II. Neely for
11 ".tin and nlturiicy fee of $25 00, E. II
Smith Hardware Cnmpaii) for $41.80 and
an attnrney fee nf $20.00; Consumers Light
k Powir Company fur $17 10 and an attor
ney fee nf $2000, Steger Lumber Com
pany for One thousand three hundrid fifty
file nnd 97'100 Dollars and an nltorjiey
fee nf $115 51 and Hill Dane for Three
hundred sixty six Dollars and ait attorney
fee uf $25 00 and for the further judgment of
fiiteiliisiiri nf a niattrio! and tnei-hanlra
Lieu on the premises herein di scribed to
satisfy siid amounts nnd attorne) s fees nnd
costs of suit and interest un inch said
claim from Deiember 2, IIIJ1 till paid at
0 tier cent per annum and for tho sale of
said propcrts as prnsidi'tl and n quired b
bisv tu sallsf) said Liens and claims and
fees and costs as aforesaid
ml that .sou and inch nf )uu must an
swer the petition and cross petitions and
interventions filled hi rein heretofore by the
Plaintiff and defcndanls and intirvenors
on or before the 19th day of May 1922
or the said petition and answers and In
terventiona will be taken as true aud a
judgment for the plaintiff and defendants
and intersenors for Abbott Brooks Hall
Hardware Cumnanv for Two hundred seven
and 25100 Dollars and attorne s fen $50 00
and J II Neely for One hundred Nineteen
noiiars ana $35 tiu attorneys ree r.. 11
Smith Hardware Company for $43 80 and
$20 00 attorneys fee and Consumers Light
and Power Company for $47 40 and
$20.00 attorney fee; and for Steger Lum
ber Company for $1355 97 and $135.59 at
torneys fee; and for Bill Dane for $368,
and $25 00 for attorneys fee and Interest
on each said sum from December 2, 1021
and all costs herein and for foreclosure of
aid liens on said property, the South 50
feet of Lot 5 less 10 feet off the west end
thereof of Block No. 208 of the Plat of Du
rant Oklahoma, to satisfy said several liens,
rlaims and fees and costs of suit will be
rendered accordingly
LACY CRIMES
Court Clerk
Ralph It Daugherty.
Deputy
Attest:
W. IT. Ritchey,
Attorney for Plaintiff
1st Insertion March 10th, 1922
10th insertion May 12tb 1922
No 1212
TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Office of Comptroller of the Currency
Washington. D C. February 28, 1922.
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, it has been made
to sppear that "The American National
Bank of Durant" In the city of Durant la
the county nf Bryan and State of Oklahoma
iiaa compnea witn an me provisions 01 ine
Statutes of the United Statei required to
he complied wUh before an association shall
be authorized to commence the business of
Hanking
NOW THEREFORE I. D R Crlsslnger,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby cer
tify that "The American National Bank of
Durant" In the city nf Durant in the coun
ty ( Bryan and State of Oklahoma Is au
ihoriied to commence the business of Bank'
Ing aa provided In Section fifty one hun
dred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes
of the United Statei
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