The Blackwell Times-Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 13, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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ED HOCKADAY & CO.
N. M* St. THE TV'NCHISTEH store Bla_£ucl1
for first come first serve
The Blackwell Times-Record,
We seriously doubt if there is any
great demand for the impeachment of
E or your investment of surplus funds we re-
comend our Full Paid Stock which is issued in
multiples of $100.00 and on which we are pay-
ing 31-2 Per Cent semi-annually in cash. No
membership fee or withdrawal fee
I FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Office Phone 54
RES. PHONE 221
Theodore Rankin. Cecil Rankin and ❖
Sennet Rankin, Minors *•’
Come in and look around
Your friends will receive such
a remembrance from you
Although we do not agree with
President Coolidge’s ideas legarding
P. A. Enlows
J. W. Randall
time when it may mean his political
downfall. You know intuitively that
J ou can true a man like that altho
he may be wrong, or we may think
(The Famous Gibson Line)
Now on Display
WATCHES & CLOCKS
Virginia and Maryland are being rap-
idly settled, and there is still plenty
of room which might be availed of if
some fair and reasonable method of
home-building could be devised which
would permit the clerks to own their
homes. This would have the addition-
al advantage of restoring the fran-
chise to those who escaped from the
cluthches of avarice in the city.
Ah things now stand, any bonus
Jewelry is always
the appreciated Gift
for personal remem-
Silver for tbe borne.
This is tbe borne of merchandise
where quality is
tbe price has been forgotten.
state officers for having violated the
law regarding campaign expenditures. |
It is doubtful if any one ever made a
campaign for a state office and kept
within the sum named in the law, and
if an official is convicted upon that
count the people generally would look
upon it as merely a pretext for getting
rid of him. The fellows the people
want ousted are the grafters, pardon
peddlers and payroll padders. There
are enough of those kind of offenders
to keep the legislature busy until com
planting time without hunting for tech
nicalities to hang a case on—Wagon-
SAVING AND LOAN
By Famous Artists
In Oil, Water Color and Pastel make very acceptable gifts
Make it a Picture this time
KENNETH HARLAN and MILD-
RED DAVIS in
A PERFECTN No. 36—Comedy
ANDREE LAFAYETTE in
this 10th day of December.
JAMES A BUSTER.
Guardian of the Estate of'
Margaret E. Buster, an
- TAKE IT EASY—Comedy
FIGHTING BLOOD—Round 11
‘.c ■ . ” ... '' Vi
7 Per Cent Non
published in The Times-Record
Notice to Creditors to Present Claims
Notice is hereby given that all per-
sons having claims against Carey W
Kay, Deceased, are required to pre-
sent the same with necessary vouch-
ers, to the undersigned Administrator
at Eddy, Oklahoma, or may be left at
the law office of L. A. Shaw, 106U
South Main Street, Blackwell, Okla-
homa. within four months of the dat?
, hereof, or the same will be forever
Dated this 6th day of December. A
of Blackwell. Oklahoma
E. H. PEINE, Secretary
Directors—Roht. Ballentine President
A. R. Black, Vice-President
L. F. Farmer
John L. Welsh
G. E. Dowis
City Drug Store
121 N. M»in WE DELIVER Phone 620
CONSER HARDWARE CO
115 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Paint, Wall Paper and Art Store
Phone 801 PICTURE FRAMING 122 N. Main
S. M. HENDERSHOTT.
, L- A. SHAW. Administrator.
I Att’y for Administrator.
J- 111 N. Main Street
• (First published in the Blackwell Times-
Record Decemirer 13, 1923)
’ In The County Court of Kay County,
State of Oklahoma.
, In the matter of the Guardianship of
, the persona and .‘states of Theodore Ran-
, kin, Cecil Rankin and Slnnet Rankin. Min-
ESTHER A. RANKIN. Guardian.
NOTICE OF SALE OF AN UNDIVIDED
RJNJLiLA.LF interest OF MINORS'
INTEREST IN AND TO THE OIL. GAS
ANO OTHER MINERALS IN AND UN-
DER REAL ESTATE
NOTICE is hereby given that in pursu-
ance of an order of the County Court
of Ka> County, State of Oklahoma, en-
tered on the 13th day of November 1923
in the Matter of the Guardianship of the
Estates of said Theodore Rankin. Cecil
Rankin and Slnnet Rimkin, Minors, the
undersigned, iih guardian of the estate,
of said minors, will sell at public sale
to the highest and best responsible bidder
for cash subject to confirmation by said
* ourt, on the Sth day of January, |
1921 at 2:00 o'clock. I*. M.. at the Office
i Judge at the. Court House.
*" of Newkirk, in Kay County.
State of Oklahoma,
An undivided One-Half (14) interest of
Ov- right, title and interest of the es-
tates of Theodore Rankin, Cecil Ratl-
in and Sinnet Rankin, Minors, and an
undivided One-Half (Vi) Interest of the
right, title and interest that said estates
ot said minors have by operation of law
or otherwise acquired. In and to the
oil. Khs and other minerals in and under
and that may be produced from that cer-
rCAt?fula,,d *n Kav Cout>ly ""‘I
jif Oklahoma, described us follows
The South West Quarter (SWU) of
<7?lon/^V,ext.ee". (19> Township Twenty-
? J'orth- Range Two (2) East.
I M. Kay County. Oklahoma:
sa d undivided One-Half (>£) interest of
said minors interest to the oil, gas and
other minerals in and under or that may
>d fMn'/he land a,M>ve
to will he sold for a term of Five •
y^ars from the 13th day of November.
1923. and as long thereafter as oil and
gas. or either of them shall be product
in paying quantities;
Said Guardbin reserves to the estates
of said wards all the delay rental due
fiom any existing oil and gas lease; an t
hireafter placed on the lurid almve des-
Said sale to lie on the following terms:
rhe purchaser shall agree to Sign ■,<
new oil, gas and mining k?ase which mav
-• presented to him by the said Theodore
Rankin. Cecil Rankin or Sinnet Rankin.
Minors, their heirs . assigns or legel rep-
resentatives, provided that such new lense
or lenses shall stipulate not less than
- S*---- —, •eighth (1-8) royalty on oil, gas and
— -----------as thev would do vou but do!ta81n* head gas.
reason, although outlying areas in it fud ' ‘ Hi,Is '------ ‘
When You Think
of Useful Gifts
County, Oklahoma, or may be filed with
the Guardian, or wit|i John S, Burger
at Blackwell. Kay County, Oklahoma.
Dated, this 11th lay of Decernlter. 1923.
ESTHER A. RANKIN.
Guardian of tile Estates of
0 ? '
' vw nivitj,. VI wc niuy tIUllK
he is wrong. It’s the evasive fellow
we must always doubt,, also the fel-
low who is full of rash promises. ,
Oklahoma has just recently had some '
experiences with the latter kind §
which will not soon be forgotten. .
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. COUNTY OF I
KAY. ss: IN THE COUNTY COURT
In The Matter Of The Guardianship
I Of Margaret E. Buster. An Incompe-
NOTICE OF SALE OF OIL & GAS
Notice is hereby given tHat in pur-
suance to an order of the County
Court of the County of Kay and State
of Oklahoma, made on the 10th day
of December. 1923. in the .Matter of
the Guardianship of Margaret E. Bus-
jter, an incompetent person, the under-
signed as the guardian of the person
and estate of said incompetent per
' son will sell at public sale to the
higliest bidder for cash, subject to
the confirmation of said County Court
on the 19th day of December, 1923. at
the hour of 2 p. m. in open court th
the Court Room of tIre County Court
in Newkirk. Kay County. Oklahoma,
a lease for Oil & Gas Mining Purposes
upon following described real estate
and premises, to-wit:
East one-Half (E(i) of the South
East Quarter (SE*4) of Section
Seventeen (17). Township Twenty-
Seven (27) North Range One (1)
East of I. M. in Kay County, Okla-
I homa containing Eighty (80) acres
more or less.
: for a term of Five (5) years and as
! long thereafter as oil and gas or eith-
er of them shall be produced in pay-
ling quanities. and a royalty of One-
eighth of all oil and gas produced
from said premises, and a royalty of
fone.eighth of gas for the gas used
I fiom each oil well, and a royalty of
one-eighth on casing head gas..
Dated this 10th day of December
THURSDAY DECEMBER 20th
GET YOUR CHRISTMAS PRES-
ENT HERE FREE—
: 26 Piece Silver Set-Electric Stand
i Lamp—Oregon City Blanket I
ONE EXCITING NIGHT—Comedy: I
: ', - ■ '
Thanksgiving turkeys sold in Balti-
more and nearby towns for from 30
to 35 cents a pound. In Washington
the food ring held them up at 65
cents a pound. Thus a man desiring
ai 10-pound turkey could have bought
« round trip Baltimore-Washington
‘.ticket, purchased his turkey in Balti-
more and saved a dollar. The instance
la cited to indicate the strangle hold ... .......... ...........
Vuryeyors have on Washington reel- or incr'ea.^d Compensation "awarded
dents, the great mojorlty of whom Federal office forces in the capital
M'hVwaHhht by I ?°*ernn,«nt'I city, is quickly and neatly absorbed
j he W ashington landlords have long by the butcher, the baker, the grocer
^‘XiSh n by7ord *n thG ,a"d »"d landlord. It would ahnost
1 t in?2 Kreed‘ simplify matters to pay the increase
Washlnkton is the center of a rich to them direct. Practically every law
nl»- "" book, grow, out or
trict of Columbia are of limited area, adherence to the Golden Rule
Jt is somewhat difficult to retreat amended bv Josh Billings viz
from the mercantile wolves for that others u
T'tin turn rlli hniink _____ > *
as Of I
iiwtm Kna. ii J i. , ,
rniiBt be in w riting and may i>e iine s°il*ier s bonus., we cannot nelp
mt-senteti to the County judge of Kay but admire the man who expresses his
views openly and aboveboard at r<
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Switzer, H. I. The Blackwell Times-Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 13, 1923, newspaper, December 13, 1923; Blackwell, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1588487/m1/4/: accessed May 23, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.