County Democrat-News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1923 Page: 8 of 8
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T rving to Save lhput,f ■h*rl,fa "'•**«‘ • »«
Frank Bviryhiil'n pUcr. near the city,
Monday whew they raptured a 66
gallon copper at ill and about 20 gal-
lon* of whisky BerryhUt, hit two
Theodore, the 12-year-old non of *on*’ about 15 years old, Sam
Kd kairan, was drown about 6 o'clock *n<* ( M,v*n Perry werr arrested and
Tuesday The drown in* occurred at it* tbe county jail. About 4(K)
a pond on th» Pure Oil company lease P°u*d* °f cotton, which the officers
i miles east of Kiefer. A younfer w** Ptolen, also was found
brother of the boy fell into the p»»nd on place,
near the spdlway and The * lore jump-
ed in. making an effort to rescue him
He struck his head on a stone and was
drowned before the lad’s
could reach him. The younger hoy
was dracred out of the water by play-
mates. The injured boy was rushed
to the hospital at Sapulpa, where a
pulmot<»r w«« useif but to no avail.
This is the second child of this family
to meet death by drowning A 16-
morth* old bahy was drowned in a
w#!! some years agro.
COUNTY DEMOCRAT-NfeWS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER IS, 1923
J. 7. W ilhitp. 37 years old. tu
"hot by a man said to be "Cowboy”
parents Long, Tuesday afternoon in an alley
near IK Wort Hobson avenue. The
shooting is said to have followed a
Pmu.fi*] altercation. Wilhite, it is
said, is not seriously injured.
Clare your order now with the
Quality Print Shop for your Christ-
(Publish* 1 in < >untv Democrat News
In the County i ourt of Oerk < ounty.
Stat< of Oklahoma.
Ir the matter of the guardianship of
Noah Ispooopce. a minor. M H. Shu-
Hoad Hands Will
Probate No. 61*6.
NOTH i **» m EM ENT «•»
H \l AM Ol NT OF Cl \RDI \\
Notice is hereby ifiven that M R
^humard. the duly appointed and qual-
ified iruardian of the estate of N^mh
Isporofre*, a minor, has rendered and
pr» rented for .settlement and f’led in
Raid court, his final account and re-
por: of vaid guardianship, and pray-
ing for his di»char*r»- and that Sat-
arday. the 15tb day of Ihvrmher,
at 10 o’clock in the foreman of saia
day of the County Court room in the
city of SApuSpa in said county, has
for the settlement of said ac
whu h time and place any person in-
terested in said estate or in ^aid
minor may appear and show rau-^ if
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
own district to take up his time. The
building program of the commission-
er*. which is a part of the scheme to
give Creek rounty <56 miles of hard
surfaced roads in three years, will
occupy much of their attention.
It was developed at both Kiefer and
Mounds that those people have a
grievance, yet all recogniae the need
for paved highways There Is much
talk of latterals. hut these, under the
program, must wait until the original
program, as adopted by the Creek
County Good Roads association at
Bristow, is well under way.
"hen this program is completed
there will be sufficient money, from
regular sources of taxation, to build
dincharjred prayrni for
In t»*Mim«*n> wh«*r«*nf 1 hn\o
the county. R<»ad maintenance, with
hard surfaced hijrhwaya. will be
unto «et my hand and aff.Ted he real Huced to a minimum, it i.« pointed out
\\ J't * • d of Au*wt' making • large fund arsilaMa for
BKN KKA11K\ other than federal aid projects.
(SFAI i < !-•- ' • '-<■ The county commissioners can then
devote more attention to the county
(Published in County 1 »emocrat;News , ,„d. tluit ,n not ,ubject u fr<Jf.rlI
One feature of the program that
appeals strongly to the average man
is the fact that the federal govern-
ment. under the three-year plan, will
give more in federal aid than the bond
issue amounts to. This includes the
paving the commissioners will do.
which will receive federal aid.
29. Pec. 6. 13, 1928;
Stale Ol Halo......
County of Urc»'k. ss.
In Ditftrirt Court
Amcr ran Glycerin Company, a cor-
S .1 Mathew?. I defendant.
NOTICE OF SM K OF LANDS
l NDEK hv(.( l TIOV
N dice i? hereby iriven, shat in pur-
Riutm * **f a w nt of execution i«>ucd
out »f the clerk ? office of the Dis-
trict Court m and for Creek county.
Mat. "f Oklahoma. on the 11th day
of November, 1923, in an action
where.n American (i yienn * omjiany.
a corporation was pla ntiff and S. .1
Mathew?, n** defendant, commanding
me to levy upon property belontfintf to
Bad defendant. S. J. Matnows. <uf* . . . , , . 0 . _*r, ---—
. fy, udgment rendered » •'
it said action in fax - of American °f th* h«-r«-of.
(ily * rin Company, against said tv .1.,
Math* ws. for the sum of 0(i with
inter* si accruing at the rale of f* per
cent |*r annum from the 10th day
ol April 1921 and with * lerks a. *ru ng
costs of uiivut $50.00 and court costs;
J haxi- loxud upon certain lands and
tenements ixdonging to sa d S. J.
Mathews not exempt from sale under
ex* ulion. for want of go*.ds and chat-
tel- of the said S. ,1. Mathews, to-wit:
One oil and gas mining lease cov-
ering the NW 1-4 of section 28,
t wnship 18 north, range 10 east
I. uipment a- follows:
1 bunk house. 6 joints 15-inch cas-
ing. 120 feet; 8 joints 12H-mch
rasing, P>0 feet; I joints 10-inch
rasing. 80 feet, with shoe; niples'
11’uhlished in County Pemocrat-News
Nov. 16. 22. 29, 1923 (
M»1 It E TO t UF.PITORS.
To th* creditors of I’at Gorman, de-
All persons having claims against
Pat Gorman, deceased, are required
to present the same with the neres-
• ry vouchers, to the urier«:gheri and
the same will be* forever barred.
Pated this 14th dav of Nov.. 1923
12x(* feet and 3 8 1-4x2 ft*
•it*. 1 1'iX‘Jo ft. heail
2'vx‘.Hi ft. soft hull rr»pe;
300 ft tubing line; 1 set of send-
ing flanges; 1 7-inch tube 20-feet
ba.ler; 1 5‘*5x:!0 ft bailer; 1 for-
gery ,iark arid circle complete; 1
set of 5 inch tool WTtnrhe«; 1
8-inch latch jack; 1 8-inch 3
fC ’iig grains; 1 6 6-8 3-inch
check swab; 1 oil saver; 1 sand
cap; 1 all thread nipple; 1 50-
gal. derrirk barrel; 1 2 1 -4x6 ft.
temper screws; 1 set of me- hling
wire line clamps; 1 6 5-8 renter
spear; 1 set of 4 1*4 Scott eleva-
tors; 1 set of casing wagons; 1
s t of drilling jars; 1 Manila rope-
socket; 2 casing hooks; 2-3 shives
«a.-rng blocks: 2 H l-4x 5 1-4 ft.
clamps; 1 Superior gas engine
5283. strtpt*ed of oil eups and
brasses; 25 horse power with re-
versible clutch, Wasco circulating
pump; 1 12x90 ft. belt; 1 act 2 1-4
x3 1-4 pin 4x5 box; 1 set 6 5-8
bits; 1 6-inch x 20 ft. sand pump;
1 4 1-4x30 ft. stem; 1 7-8x2 1 4x
3 1-4 wire rope socket; 1 set
drilling jacks; 300 ft. 2-inch line
pipe; 1 75-barrel wooden tank; 1
complete 75-foot wood derrick
and rig 5-inch irons. All situate
in said Creek county.
and have duly caused said lands and the most vital weapon of all—good
tenements to be appraised according eyesight
to a »1" 8)50 Now, therefore There is a duty here and that du*y
noi ire is hereby given, that in pur- . is plainly the parents. Your child's
suance of the commands of said writ, chance in life may depond upon your
I will offer for sale and sell tor cash aking action now in this mattar of
"set11*’ * eating you sending the
whole child to school?
Everybody worth loving at all loves
children. You'd horsewhip the man
who m.“treated one. Yet has it ever
occurred to you parents that through
neglect of their eyes you may be sub-
jecting your children to the most
cruel abuse conceivable?
h ve million school children in this
country—a fourth of all the children
in all the schools—ore not equipped
for the work. And what they lack is
to the highest bidder, said lands and
tenements, or eo much thereof as will
satisfy the said judgment and costs
on the 15th day of December, 1923.
V at 2 o’clock p m. of said day, at the
front door of the court house in the
city of Sapulpa. in said county and
- e— Kand this 15th day of
IMH af Creek County.
I* B. H. BURNS.
Our spectacles are suited exactly
to an active child's Aldi We guar-
antee the most careful examination,
one moreover that will fascinate the
child. Do not delay a moment in
getting the facta about year child's
eyes and in acting upon them prompt
ly for the sake of bis future.
SAPULPA OK LA.
Advantage* in Cash
C ash buying and
cash selling earns
H.v selling for rash,
we have the money to
buy for rasA
Rv buying for cash,
we obtain lower prices.
1 hesr lower price*
arc |»asscrj on to jrou
1 hus, by paying
cash, you buy here for
It is a clearly under-
Upon this cash basis,
we are Nation - wide
Sheepskin lined; drab
moleskin shell; leather
sleeves; worsted collar
and cuffs; leather trim-
Sheepskin lined; 36-in.
long; drab moleskin
•hell; hea verierd collar,
h'anket lined sleeves;
sv*tb or without belt
For the Men
Made of durable leather
ta give Bluet service.
Sure to give enure
satifiartion The best that
so little money can buy.
89c to $1 98
» soft tip
Men's chocolate soft
Men's black waterproof.
Men's chocolate rosiete
Men's chocolate roseite
12 inch (hr- qcj
Hoys' chocolate glone
inch boot sixes I
• 1-2 1 -
Boys' 10 inch Cv
boot 12 1-2 - 3><Js - O
Boys 12 no h top (i Fft
boot 2 1 2 tu 6 1
Women's black gun metal
lace (i QO
Women'.*, black Pi no
kid lace oxford WWeJfO
W’omen’a mahogany kid
Girls brown calf mahog-
any trim blucher #A CA
Girls good year stitch alk
Old ladies plain to* flat
beat kid oxford, £1 AO
wide width .....glsssO
Beys' Bluckur 8ksn tar
8 to It
12 1-1 to 1
1**2 to S 1-t $3*25
209 211 EAST DEWEY
7 hr .S’/ore IT jth thr Yrllov front
With Out Mxitu&s!
Come in and examine the merchandise! Compsrs tit* gxulH) and our
EVIKY-DAY Low Prices any where you will! Whe* you gut rriruaintad
with Our Value, mnl Service you will come to realise the many benefits that
will accrue to you thru OW large volume buying fur our ktaMb of buev
Department Stores. '
Women’s Bolivia Coats
In Latest Smart Styles!
The values are splendid.
They are truly remarkable
coat* for Winter wear. A
lustrous Bolivia, which U *o
much in demand at prexetrt, in
• variety of the most-wanted
style*. The new tide effect*
are featured in most of them.
You will appreciate (electing
from this new display.
or Beuverettu *
These are all full-cot gar-
ment*. *tyled r t and well
tailored in even x[*ect. They
•re lined with an exceptionally
good quality of high lustre
Venetian. Color* are black,
navv, and brown.
Size* 16 to 44
At Our Low PrioM
Not* the unusually low
pricti on oscol-
lent gingham*. They’re
2t*i* Dress Giagbams
in dainty checks,
nest plaids, and
plain colors. Well
woven. Yd.......I be
32-ia. H. C. S. Giag-
hams in attractive
designs and color-
32-ia Ch«ml>r*y Giag-
32-ia Amoskaag Fisa
Giaghaass, made of
6ne yarns, a pleas-
ing assortment. Yd.
See that you arc supplied sow with good warm bed-
ding \N e are prepared to supply you with Comforter*
«nd Blanket* in almost any weight, color, or pattern you
may desire. And our prices arc right I Note the excel-
lent values listed below I
Csufsstws ta • got
sise in) weight far caaq
Black and White
Heavy wc jfht, well made.
$ strong drill pnrkcts.
Cwsltrtm la sltketlaa
and sateen, cellos UleA
$2.49 TO $6.90
COTTON III \NKKTS IN
AKS4IK1 KD ( oldiKS
<4x.'0 in white, gray and
tan. extra good M f Q
quality at O
Wool nap blanket.* 66x80,
stripes and plaid*, in pink,
blue tan and lavinder
N'st.on wide valu<* | W
outing flannel. 1 I C|
Extra g*,ud quality 27
inches wide; a large va-
riety of patterns in dark
and light color*.
36 inch outing at 0*9-,
per yard AswC
Tllxsf assorteii colors, ex-
BUusu* for Boys
Full cut. button cuffs,
faced sleeves, pocket,
button wxist band and
SOI-button front Stripe
khaki and mercerised
black sateen. Unusual
m£n b overalls
Men’s Pay Day overalls
serve you beat; union
made $1 49
We told 1.404.000
pairs of overalls in 1922,
In our hundreds of store*.
Other overalls suspender
bark, mode of #| 1 A
heavy denim RAel9
Khaki work #f ja
pants, $1 19 A f I«tJ
Extra boavy *| A|
khakf pants ... flsgO
Full fasbionod boos, pure
thread silk at ear lew
price; black aad the '
• pair la a
bos far ______
Warm Coats *
, For Girls
Save money no These
Her* are savings worth
your attention. Due to
to our quantity purchase*
we are able to give you
thee* splendid values.
Warm Winter Costs in a
variety of style* for girls
from 2 to 16.
Coats of velour, Polaire
cloth, Astrakan and suede
velour, all full lined for
warmth. Self, beaverette,
or Coney collars. Some
add fur cuffs and pockets
The newest stylos with
loose back, side tie. aa wall
as the belted aD-arouad
$198 " $14.75
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Scaggs, E. M. County Democrat-News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1923, newspaper, November 15, 1923; Sapulpa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1470570/m1/8/: accessed January 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.