The Hugo Husonian (Hugo, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 3, 1914 Page: 6 of 8
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Bids for the purchase thereof muse
be in writing and must be filed in
the County Court or delivered to the
undersigned at the office of Chas. von
Weise, Attorney at Law, Ardmore,
Dated the 29th day of October, 1914.
P. C. Dings, Guardian.
November 26, 1914—3t
State of Oklahoma, Choctaw Coun-
ty—In the County Court.
First published in Hugo Husonitan
In the Matter of the Estate of Allie
Bama Crowder, a Minor.
Pursuant to a decree of said county:
court entered herein on the 29th day!
of September, 1914, decreeing the salej
of th real estate hereinafter described, |
belonging to the estate of said minor,!
the undersigned Guardian will on the j
12th day of December 1914 at theiTied on Turkey Day on
hour of 1 o'clock p.m., on said day, ered Field
sell the following described real es-
tate belonging to the estate of said] Fort Tow8on> Nov. 28.—In a sea of
Minor, to the highest bidder for cash,|inU(] all^ a pouring rain, the Fort
IDABEL AND FORT TOWSON
NEGRO LOST LEG
AT SAWYER FRIDAY
GARFIELD CLARK UNDERTOOK
TO BOARD PASSING BOX CAR
AND WAS THROWN UNDER
Suffered Lom of Right Leg and Had
Ribs Broken But Will Probably
suhject to confirmation by the court,
Bast half of northeast quarter of
northeast quarter of section 24; and
the northeast quarter of the south-
west quarter of section 25, Township
7 South, Range 13 East.
Dated Nov. 22rd, 1914.
J. A. WILLIAMS,
R. E. STEPHENSON
Attorney for Guardian.
Towson Indians tied the Idabel team
here Thanksgiving, thereby sewing
up the Southeastern Oklahoma foot-
Although outweighed by at least
twenty pounds to the man and in
spite of the fact that the Fort Towson
team is composed almost entirely of
men who played their first game of
football this season, they made
phenomenal showing against a team
of seasoned and experienced men.
The score was 6 to 6 and had it
not been for the fact that the Fort
Towson quarterback mistook the
fourth down for the third, the "In
dians" would have held Idabel, with
out a score.
It was not until this season that
Fort Towson "broke into" football, but
she has developed a very fast team
First published in The Hugo Husonian
November 26, 1914—3t.
State of Oklahoma, Choctaw County,
ss.—In the County Court.
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Bill, Walter, Elzie, Sam and Tessie
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of tho County | which has made a remarkable show'
Court of Choctaw County, State of j ing-
Oklahoma, made on the 19th day of |
October, 1914, the undersigned guard-1
ian will sell at public aution at the j Confidence.
front door of the court house in the Stern Parent— \\ hat makes you thiuk,
town of Hugo, County of Choctaw I •v,0UnS If my daughter mar
State of Oklahoma, between legal i 8tth'",n * "Upp0£"? * tte
# _ . i style to whirb she has been accus
hours, on the 1.th day of December, tomed ? i>0Sl,leiBh-Tbe fact that yon
1914, all the right, title, interest and|are a candidate for public office and
estate of the said Bill, Walter, Elzie, can't afford to have members of your
Sam and Tessie Ellison, Minors, In I family starving in the presence of the
and to the following described real | dear public.—Richmond Dispatch,
•state, situated in the County of Choc-;
taw. State of Oklahoma, to-wit: j Botanically Speaking.
West half of east half of northwest. "I?0 -vou tblnS « woman should re-
barter of Section 9 Township 3 South I «",? be/h hnlf",,d "s "" Mk "nd bel"
I self as the clinging ivy?"
Range 19 East.
"Well." replied Miss Cayenne, "I'd
Said sale will be subject to con-j rather take a chance on being a cling-
firmation by said Court. The terms tog ivy than a wall flower."—Washing
•f said sale will be cash upon deliv-; ton 8tar.
*W of the guardian's deed.
Dated this 20th day of November,
1914 MRS. S. G. ELLISON.
Not the Place.
"Why don't you write to this paper
for what you want to know? The ed-
itor says bis columns give a few wrin-
kles on every matter."
-"-J H 8o
November 19 1914—4t. cbaage.
State of Oklahoma, County of Choc-
taw—In County Court:
la the matter of the estates of Amo«
Johnson. Dibin Phillip, and Bob Phil-
ip, minors. E. I. Wakeman, Guardian.
Order for Hearing Petition by Guard-
ian to Sell Real Estate.
No* on this 17th day of November,
1M4, comes E. I. Wakeman as guard-
i!V« pf ^he estate? of the above-named
wards, having filed herein his petition
for the sale of the real estate of said
wards for the reasons in said petition
H is ordered that said petition be,
and hereby is set for hearing on the
Mot day of December, A. D. 1914, at
Willie—Paw, what is flattery? Paw
—Flattery is telling a woman the nice
things she bas always thought about
herself, my son.—Cincinnati Enquirer
Sloth never arrived at the attain
ment of a good wish.—Cervantes
Garfield Clark, aged thirty-six, u
negro employed by Charlie Nease to
load ties, was very badly maimed and
injured for life In an accident which
occurred at Sawyer about 5 o'clock
Friday afternoon. Clark attempted
to board a passing bos car and slip-
ped. He was thrown against the side
of the car, breaking the seventh and
eighth ribs on the right side and
cracking the ninth. This threw him
against the step of the caboose and
the unfortunate black's right leg fell
beneath the caboose, being mashed
and crushed about midway between
knee and ankle.
The injured black was brought to
this city on the freight and that even-
ing an operation was performed t>y
Dr. Miller, assisted by Drs. Frazier
and Askew. The right leg was ampu-
tated Just below the knee, and the
negro gives promise of recovery.
He was a powerful specimen,
weighing about 190 pounds and was
in splendid health. He is known as
TWO BIG PLACES
2263 WAS LEAD
OF JUDGE WILLIAMS
OFFICIAL VOTE CUTS DOWN RE
PORTED LEAD OF DEMOCRATIC
E. B. Howard Led the Democratic
State Ticket With Alexander and
Lyon Close to Hi* Vote
Oklahoma City, Nov. 28.—With the
bringing in of the vote of Harper
county, all the election returns have
been computed and the election is
now a matter of history.
Robert Williams, democratic candi-
date for governor, was elected by a
narrow margin, having but 2,263 plu-
rality over John Fields, republican.
Holt, socialist, polled a total of 52,708
votes, and Hlckam, progressive, 4,202.
The official vote for Williams was
98,167, and for Fields 95,904. One
of the features of the vote in the
state was the support accorded the
socialist candidate. In 1910, Cruce
received a total of 120,218, and Mc-
Neal, republican, 99,527, giving Cruce
a plurality of 20,691.
E. B. Howard, candidate for auditor,
led the democratic state ticket with
W. L. Alexander, candidate for treas-
urer, and J. F. Lyon, secretary of
state, close seconds.
Do you want to
Buy a dog?
Rent a house?
Find a ring?
Sell a boat?
Hire a cook?
Secure a position?
If your want is worth
wanting, it is worth
spending a few cents in
M. W. Grcss R. E- Rowella •
GROSS A ROWELL8 *
Office in Blakeney Bu!!C)ng •
8TEWART A McDONALD
Attorneys at Lav*
2 3, 4 and 5 Stewart Building
« DR. C. A. TH0MP80N
* Office in Vreeland Building.
* HUGO, - • • OKLAHOMA
• • * * *
HARTSHORNE AND OKLAHOMA
CITY PLACES FROM WHICH
DEMOCRATIC MEMBERS OF AF-
FAIRS BOARD ARE TAKEN
J. M. ydelotte and S. M. Morley Are
Democratic Members of State Board
Luxury and a Newspaper
La Prensa of Buenos Aires is prob-
ably the most sumptuously housed
journal In the world. Apart from a
number of spacious anil luxuriously
furnished rooms for the aceommoda
tlon of the staff the Preitvi i.' k-os
comprise a well equipped library opwi
S o'clock p.m., at which time the next, to the general public and a suit <>r re
kin and all persons interested in j ception rooms where dances are pp
Mi* persons or estate of said wards riodleally given. The journal nN.i re
are required to appear and showl taina the exclwive services of n higlili
o®use, If any they have, why an order! efficient doctor who is at the il.-; i
should not be granted for ths sale of\ °'evJry "briber <" ' «■'"
so much of the real estate of said f*phtions or« made up fr„> ,r
... I on the premises On the ioi>r ..f
wards as is necessary for the reason ( office8 ,g fln ^ (
u Mid petition stated; and that no- j wh)ch sol)Df1s wllcnever
*oe of such hearing be given, using j item of news is about to l«. < xh. >
oapies of this order, as required by in the windows
Ww. W. T. GLENN,
(SEAL) County Jadge.
Attorney for Guardian.
Otet Published to the Hugo Hasonlaa,
November 5. 1914—3t.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
la the matter of the guardianship
* Sissie Phillip and Sid Phillip, Mia-
wh. Notice is hereby given in pur-
Maoce of an order of the county aourt
at the County of Carter, State of Ok-
lahoma, made the 29th day of Octo-
ber, 1914, the undersigned guardian
of the estate of Slssi? Phiiiiy and Sid
"Phillip, minors, will sell at private
sole to the highest bidder, subject to
confirmation by sa.d Court on or afrsir
She 2Srd acy of November. 1914,
] 9 o'clock a.m. at Ardmore, Oklahoma,
all the right, title and interest of
said Sissie Phillip and Sid Phillip,
minors, in and to the following de-'6hlp of Shinto are very plain and or-
acribed real estate situate in Choctaw dtoary
County, State of Oklahoma, to-wit: ]
Southwest quarter and west half of, Mana3ement-
,, . My wile ■ Mil i utilises me. said
southeast quarter of section two (2) j M(, Meek ton
and northwest quarter of northwest | «jjoveIy «!!-'rv>-'iiionv'
quarter and'north half of south half; «j,0 ijood discipline She's nfruid
The Family History.
A new arrival iu a certain ! >•
pot up the following sijrti "it hi*
My name is I'ifflrten \Vn:iiii:it
This is my first wife.
We get aloug together pretty v
My income is |«-r yi r.r
My wife makes her own > *
She has never left me
The piano is nearly paid for
Some of the neighbors think
man is a plain nut. but others claim
that he's a public benefactor, consid-
ering all the trouble he has saved tlie
local goesips.—Louisville Oourier Jour
The two religions of Japan, Bud-
dhism and Shintoism. are entirely dif-
ferent in the decorations of their tem-
ples. Temples and shrinee dedicated
to Buddha are very elaborate and
beautiful. Those devoted to the wor-
of northwest quarter ot section eleven j that If ahc
111), Township seven (7), south, range' notions of
Thirteen (13) East. j ton Star
Said real estate will be sold on tho \
following terms and conditions, to-
wlt: Cash upon confirmation of sale
and delivery of deed. Purchaser to
pay all expense of sale and take land
subject to all liens.
(By Associated Press.)
Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 28.—
Samuel L. Morley, president of the
First National bank of aHrtshorne,
and J. M. Aydelotte prominent cot-
ton oil man, and former banker of
Oklahoma City, will be the demo-
cratic members of the state board of
public affairs during the next admin-
istration. Their appointment as mem-
bers of the board was announced Fri-
day by Governor-elect R. L. Williams
and were the first appointments un-
der the new administration to be of-
ficially announced. Both have
Aydelotte is at present secretary
and traffic manager of the Oklahoma
Cotton Seed Crushers association
with offices In the insurance building.
He has been identified with the cot-
ton industry of the state for a num-
ber of years, and Is widely known
in commercial circles. He has been
a resident of Oklahoma for nearly
twenty years and at different times
has been engaged in the mercantile
and banking business.
Mr. Morlejf % president of the
First National hank of Hartshorne
and is a director of the meArican
National ^onk and the McAlieeter
Trust company of McAlester. He too
is an old resident of the state with
extensive commercial training and
experience. He has been in the bank-
ing business for a number of years.
OIES FIVE ME KILLED
GEORGE AND HENRY WARD KILL-
ED AT PORUM AND WILL STID-
MAN CLAIMS SELF-DEFENSE
Gabriel Paxton at Talihina Shoots
Hia Wife and Afterward Took His
COLDS & LaGRIPPE
5 or 6 doses 660 will break
iny case of Chills & Fever, Coldt
Sc LaGrippe; it acts on the livei ,
letter than Calomel and does not /
Iripe or sicken. Price 25c.
• *•*• ***••*
• R. E. 8TEPHENSON •
♦ Attorney-at-Law •'
* Rooms 10-11 Darrough Bulld'ng •
HUGO, OKLAHOMA •
EDWIN A. ELLINGhAUSEN
Government Reporter G. E. Scott
haa received confirmation of his fig-
ures as to the amount of cotton gin-
ned in Choctaw county up to and in-
cluding November 14. The total num-
ber of bales ginned at that time was
14,027. At the corresponding period
last year there had been ginned
16,910, a difference of 2,883 bales. It
is believed that this will be about
the proportion maintained between
the 1913 and 1914 crops
A. M. Work*
D. A. 8TOVALL
Attorney at Law
F. D. Copplnr
WORK8 4 COPPING,
Attorneys at Law.
Raoms 5 and 6 Darrough Euildtog
-Muskogee, Okla., Nov. 28.—George
Ward, a wealthy land owner of near
Porum, Okla., was shot and killed
and his son, Henry, perhaps fatally
wounded yesterday afternoon In the
road near Porum. William Stidman,
a farmer, went to town and telephon-
ed the sheriff's office here, telling
what had happened. He claims self-
Woman Killed at Thanksgiving Party
Guthrie, Okla., Not. 28.—At
Thanksgiving party at Crescent
Thursday night Mrs. Agnes Johnson
was shot and killed. A brother of
the slain woman shot Julian Alien in
the neck as he was leaving the house.
He ran several miles before he was
arrested on a charge of murder.
Indian Kills Wife and Self
Talihina, Okla., Nov. 28.—Gabriel
Paxton, an aged Indian, shot his wife
to death last evening at their home,
three miles west of Talihina. Paxton
escaped to the woods, but later re-
turned to his home and took his own
Held for Manslaughter
Nora Boyd, the negress who was
taken to Fort Towson Friday to be
examined on the charge of murder-
ing another negress, was held by the
justice to the district court for man-
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how Ion* standing
arc cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr
Porter's Antiseptic Hei.ling Oil. It relieves
Pain aod Heals at the same time. 25c. Vtc. ti n*
P.or* do you measure your statu*
as compared *lth a year ago? By
the size of yo>ir bank account by the
applause you have won, by the wider
kifcwledge you h v« fsincd. by the
Ideals you have reached, by what you
have achieved far humanity? Com
pared with a year ago, what are yo*
today as the result of moral reaction
that thi world's efforts have created
within you? — School Education.
The Quinine Thtt Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative e«ect. LAXA-
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervou«neM nor
rineing in head. Remember the full name and
look for the aigiuture g. w. GROVE. 25c.
Trinidad's Mangrove Treea.
The mangrove tree, which found
Is Trinidad, has many peculiarities
For one thing, its eends germinate on
the brr.rch*", erd t hen th • -hoots are
cor id ralily grown !V. y fall o.T anj
take n>ot in the mud. As the younfc
tree grows it eenrl.i out f • ti roots
from ha trunk •>: •! ! <r r - nehes.
entll at Ust the tfMi
ported by a HKwor': r.f
plicated seriee of «'•<
sf which cr:ib an
How To uive vuinine To Children.
febrillvh is the trnie-mark name trfven to an
improved Quinine It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleni-
at.t to take aud does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it ond never know it is Quinine.
Also especially a.lapted to adults who canuot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing: in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur-
pose. Ask for J ounce orisin.nl pnekage. The
same ffcbrjll-.'k is blown in botUe. 25 ceut
That w« Not in His i-fn*.
The men who learns iainy ia~
piagea does not always ruiarge bl.
mlud. A porter in a Swi:s hotel wh<
spol-.a many languages wl!h <qual fa
cill'.y and insccuracy, was ence askec
>.at was b";i> niiire tongue. He re
piled that be did not know, but thai
fie spoke all janguages. "But in whal
language do you thinkT" asked th«
persistent questioner. "I neva tlnk*
was the promj-t rop\j — Touth's Ce*i
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXA-
TIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of
K. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops
-ough aud heedacH*. and works off cold. 25c.
Zola's Dreaded Number
To Emlle Zola 17 was ahmq*
a number of evil omen, so much so
that for yei.r- he could scarcely be In-
duoed to loave his house, anj never
undertook any important work, on
that dav r.f t'i-> Ii '■'<> .■> :: idoua-
iy did ii ti< <; ' !<• :•< v^t the
oarroweet « •• . tver had from a
tragic death : cab whici.
bare t'.e m :■ A.
FORT TOWSON MAN HELD
Arrested In Durant Under Charge of
Attempt to Defraud
Durant. Nor. 28—A. Weatherby of
Fort Towson was arrested in this
city and placed in the county jail by
Constable Elliott. He was being held
for the officers of Fort Towson.
Weatherby was arrested for trying
to make away with some money be-
longing to his stepchildren. It is
alleged that he sold some cattle be-
longing to the children, the sum being
1155.50, and that he was leaving the
country with the money. The check
was found on his person when arrest-
ed. The officers claim that he tried
to get the check cashed at Fort Tow-
son and at Antlers, and failing came
here. He did not try to cash the
Conger Bank Safe Co.
Safes, Vault Doors, Deposite
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA
Conducted by Dr. J. C. Mahr,
State Commissioner of Health.
Farm Loan Man
Call and see me, in
Return Their Money If
DR. HESS STOCK TONIC
Does Not Do As I Claim
A remarkable offer from Dr. Gilbert Hess, (M. D., D. V. S.)
Everybody who feeds stock or poultry must surely be interested In
the generous offer made by Dr. Gilbert Hess—the well-known vet-
erinarian and member of the firm of Dr. Hess & Clark, Ashland,
Ohio. Here Is his guarantee:
"So sure am I that Dr. Hess Stock Tonic will make stock
healthy and expel the worms, that I want you to urge your
customera to buy it on the strict understanding that If it
doea not pay them and pay them well—to bring back the
empty packages to you and I authorize you to return their
money. The firm of Dr. Hess A. Clark v.ill protect you in
every caae. Under the same money-back guarantee you are
to sell Dr. Heaa Poultry Pan-a-ce-a to make poultry healthy
and help hena lay and Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer to kill
lice on poultry and farm atock."
"We have a good supply of the above products on hand and wo
stand back of the guarantee which Dr. Hess has sent us.
Crescent Drug Store, Hugo, Okla.
Recommended for Parole
Will Everidge, who is in the peni-
tentiary under life sentence for the
-I am able
I want Is a
the Pale and Sickly
rn ral slr«rn;tli ning tonic,
;nMat murder of tils wife at Eagleton two | Lt
fan! Itr | years ago, has been recommended for
j parole by the board. Kecommenda'
| (ion Is due to the fact that Everidge
was one of the prisoners helping the
officials at the tlmo of the prison
outbreak, when Pat Oakes and Judge
Thomas were killed.
Southeastern Oklahoma Im-
Realestate, Farm Loans, Insurance and Bonding
List Your Realestate With us Kqrsal
Rentals Handled Under Bond.
phono 75 Off
Special Bargains in Improv- 1
ice 208 N. Broadway ^
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