The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 9, 1915 Page: 3 of 12
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Wanted at El Reno.
rtAKF THE BEST
Because they are the best
representative of your re-
gard. You can't make a
mistake by giving photos
for every Christmas gift.
And even if you give other
gifts, send a proto along,
too. Their cost is very
The photographer in your town
Change In Schedule.
The morning trains changed
time this week, the change tak-
ing place Sunday morning.
Train number 675, which went
south at 5:53, changed to 5:25.
North bound train number 610,
changed from 8:37 to 8:18.
In District Court.
Many motions, demurrers and
and much similar business was
up before Judge Edwards in a
day of district court, Saturday.
Three divorces were granted as
follows.: Mrs. Anna Cooper se-
cured divorce from Clarence S.
Cooper, Mrs. Ora Gentry was
given a divorce from Grady Gen
try, and Mrs. Belle Howard was
divorced from William Howard.
New Grocery Coming.
Filmore Bell arrived Wednes-
day morning from Hillsboro,
Texas, and immediately began
repair work on his building on
the south side of the square, re-
cently vacated by the Cordell
Grocery. Mr. Bell has a new
and complete stock of staple and
fancy groceries on the way, and
expects to open the new store to
the public next week.
In County Court.
In county court Tuesday, Judge
Shean heard a probate case from
Kiowa county. The estate of
Clarence Duncan et al, which
was prq^ated here years ago, has
involved some peculiar and inter
esting law points, and complaint
has been filed against the admin-
istrator. The attorneys in the
case asked for continuance, and
will present briefs on it. The
evidence was not all taken until
late in the day.
Under Sheriff L. R. Strong,
Tuesday evening took Rudolph
Leu Hand, an indian, from the1
south bound passenger u-aiii, and
he was held in jail here until
Wednesday afternoon, when he
was turned over to officers from
EIReno. He is wanted at El-
Reno on an adultry charge.
The ladies needle craft club
met with Mrs. Fred Carder, the
last Tuesday in November. Mrs.
Lxiomis, the mother of Mrs. Car-
der, was*hostess to the event,
I assisted bv Mrs. Carder. The
house was decorated with carna-
| tions and ferns. Nearly all the
members were present, besides
one guest, Mrs. Hutto. A deli-
cious two course luncheon was
served and all declared Mrs.
Loomis an ideal hostess.
The next meeting will be Dec-
ember 14 at the home of Mrs.
Toliver. At this meeting afl will
bring Xmas gifts to be placed in
a grab bag.
High School Notes.
The high school literary society
gave an entertainment in the
assembly room of the high school
last Friday afternoon. Several
musical numbers by Miss Lorna
Robinson, the secretary of the
socity,several readings, and a de-
bate made up the program. Af-
terwards Mr. Wesson, the facul- j
ty critic, made a few criticisms
on the program.
Several of the high school stu-
dents are absent this week ow-
ing to many cases of bad colds
and La Grippe, caused by the
sudden change of the weather.
The new study of Commercial
Law js being put into the Com-
mercial Department of the High
School. Prof Miller will be the
teacher of this subject, and sev
eral of the students who are pre-
paring for a course in Law at
State University, believe that
this will aid them to a great ex-
Rev. Bonham, who has been
one of the head workers in the
Methodist meeting for the last
few weeks, gave a very interest-
ing talk on the use of tobacco,
last Monday morning in assem-
This week ends the second six
weeks of the school term of 1915
-1916. The report cards will be
given out either the last of this
week or the first of next.
The Joy of Christmas is Doubled
when you Give good Gifts like These
■ a ———-—-
| When Christmas time comes around with its Good Cheer and remembrances, you al-
ways have a few to remember who are very near and dear to you. Why give gim-
cracks and worthless things tothem-why not spend the same money for things'that
\i wi" last i,nd do thcm son,e £°od- « the samc time endearing your memory to them
; ; ali the more? I his is a time for good worthy gifts. Let the spirit of Christmas be
in your gifts-give things of quality, even if the cost is small, No other store offers
vou so large and beautiful an assortment of good gifts. Come in and choose early.
Eagor shoppers are fast buying out the favorite lines. MAKE THIS CHRISSMAS
A REAL ONE-GIVE GIFTS FROM AKERS.
A' DKMUA TlJO'
A congenial crowd of the
Alaho Club members met with
Mrs. Albert Lee Tuesday after-
noon, Dec, 7th. Those present
•vere Mesdames Bungardt, Gun-
senhouser, Callaway, Watson,
Dodson, Hull, Murrell, Lee and
Billups. The members of the
club will form a box party at the
Princess next Tuesday evening
to see the play presented by the
May Goldman Stock Co. The
affair promises to be a delightful
one, and is being eagerly anti-
cipated by those who are privi-
leged to attend.
The meeting December 14th
will be with Mrs. Arthur Taylor.
COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN
Mrs. Hugh Cook Scottsville, N. Y.,
says: "About five years ago when we
were living in Garbut, N. Y., I doc-
tored two of my children suffering
from colds with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and found it just as repre-
sented in every way. It promptly
checked their coughing and cured
their colds quicker than anything I
ever used." Obtainable everywhere.
Avoid The One Crop Plan
The present prices for wheat
and cotton, with the high yields
generally obtained ^tempts us to
go into cotton heavier if we have
not already sown nearly all the
land to wheat. The low prices
offered for the kafir and milo
seed have made these unprofit-
able crops if the growers were
forced to sell them at the time of
These conditions prove that
milo, kafir, and all the sorghums,
are correctly called "Feed Crops"
in this country. And, as * Feed
Crops," they should be planted
especially for feed. Th i acreage
planted to them should be enough
to furnish plenty of grain and
foraere for the stock kept on the
farm, but none to sell. Any
surplus of fodder and feed grains
should be stored for future use.
But, the high prices of "Money
Crops" should not tempt any
one to leave "Feed Crops" out
of the p'— for 1916. Each far-
mer shou d ;>.an to raise all feed
■j Splendid gifts in these
1 - We're proud of owr showing of
j ladies hand bags of Morocco and
: othor leathers.- AIL are of best
quality leathers, .handsomely made
and newest styles. Fitted with
purses of same material and also
mirror. Ask any woman if these
aren't proper gifts.
Finest genuine Morocco leather
at $3.50 to $7.00.
Cape Goat Morocco at $3.00. Pin
Seal at the same price, and crepe
Seal slightly higher.
j Manictire sets of Pearl. Ivory
and Silver, in convenient best
leather cases, silk lined, at $1.25
to $7.50. LIere's where a necessi-
ty makes an ideal gift.
Ladies' and Men's purses in
large assortment of leathers and
styles. Card eases, note books any
• leather pocket needs, at very mod-
. erate prices, considering the un-
, 'iuestionable quality.'
1 Traveling cases, with choice of
. toilet articles. Neat leather folds.
Very convenient and useful.
Tourist writing sets, convenient-
ly arranged with pockets for ev-
,erv writing neetl. Different sizes
and designs. $1.75 to $5.00.
'Mum**** •. ana
TOILETSETS AND ARTICLES,
Probably no gift woultf be more priaed by
,any woman or girt tha^ a niee dresjer set
or some toilet- articles that are .'of the totality
We sell. Frefldi IvoryJpi 1st articles of'all
kinds at 50 cents and up. • Sets to choose
from at $C.G0 to $15.00. .Silver dresse* and
toilet sets at $5.00 to $18.00. We also have
the single pieces,,at a tfide,"range of prices.
RINGS FOR EVERYBODY.
A great choice among the hundreds of rings
here enables you to choose wisely and suit
your taste perfectly. Whether you are buy-
ing for man, woman, boy or girl.
We have diamond rings for everyone) in splen-
did assortment, but we, want you to be sure
and see our diamond baby rings. They're
priced at $3.50 and ard dandy gifts for the
PERSONAL ?EWELRY FOR MEN
Our great showing of personal jewelrv for
men is too good not to he seen. The "little
tilings he likes to wear are here in gretit
variety. Chains and fobs1 of every kind
and Waldeiyiar vest chains, with knife cisrar .
cutter or pencil. Cuff links, tie clasps, tie
pins and ever so many more things that he
would appreciate. No .store could offer vou
a better selection than,you will find here
C. T, AKERS
THE GIFT STORE.
Why not give a Watch
HmniltW. Fjghi 4d Walthflm
movements are favorites among
those who know wateh qtwlity. <
Our line is fall and well assorted
Elgin or Waltham movement
men's whfcli, gold filled swing
ring dust\pro<)f ease is a splendid
watch at $13.00.
For voting men, the size 12 .thin
model Waltham. with 20 vear fill-
ed case at $12.00 is a big Watch"
Men's finest watches in Wait-
ham, Elgin and Hamilton move-
ments at $9.00 to $40.00.
We' linW STnndaM movement
in nickel case at $3,00, in 10 year1
ease at $5.00'and 20 tear ease at "
Ladies watches, choice of
movement, 20 and 25 year and
solid gold cases, at $6.75 and up.
Ladies' bracelet watches solve':
the question of how a woman
should wear a watch. They are !
stylish and convenient. We have j
a splendid line at $10.00 to $18.00.
Boys watches, including the
Famous Tngersolls. at $1.00 $1.50 ,
and $2.00. A watch wil^be a big
help to a boy every day, and he !
will be more proud of it than of .
any other gift.
needed, and use the remainder
for growing t' e "Mor~- °-ops."
J. E rAYNE,
Frisco R. R. onyclei. jkla.
*JW. M. Bauorhman, of Davis
berlain's Tablets. These tablets also
improve the digestion. Obtainable
ing be had upon the same 6ri the 3rd
day of February of a. D. 1916, before
said Court, at Guthrie in said Dis-
trict, at ten o'clock in the forenoon;
and that notice thereof be published
in The Herald Sentinel a newspaper
printed in said District, and that all
wToo int\/t" known creditors and other persons in '"'prove ini
in tO\> n . riaay. Air. paugr- interest may appear at the same time | everywhere.
man was tortnerly in the lumber and place and show cause if any they (
business but having sold out IS have, why the prayer of the said peti- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE,
in the western part of the stat^ tioner should ot be granted. In the Pistr'ct Court Within and for
look in<r nr> n I, potion In rhi^ tr, And 11 is further ordered by the ornirt Sa'd County and State.
looKingup a k cation in which to Court that the clerk ahall 3end by state of oklahoma, washita
engage in the insurance and loan mail to all known creditors copies of county ss:
business. There is room here said petition and this order, addressed ^ C. Finerty, Plaintiff,
but. it is at the top and it \ ill to them at their places of residence
make the ordinarv man dizzy 1o as stated.
4-\„! witness, The Honorable John H.
b t„ tua. height. Cotteral, Judge of said Court, and the
~ " seal thereof, at Guthrie in said Dis
senior mortgage for the principal sum
When the nervousness is caused by of $3000.00, the following described
constipation, as is often the case, you Pretty, lying and situate in said
will get quick relief by taking Cham- tWashita County, State of Oklahoma,
m„I. ... to-wit:
On Dressed Hogs.
Buy a Dressed Hog here at
10 cents a pound and save
money on your winter meat
Fresh and Cured Meats.
Byrd & Runyans, Props.
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The ladies of the Met'-odist Mct■ on the 7th day, of December A. ®"®dfout■ of the District Court
u i j j. .1 , D- 1915. and f°r Washita County, State
hlirrh will ^Annnnf 1 * r\ i v lahomn *1. _ . .
church will conduct their market (Seal of the Court.t
of home baked products Satur- Arnold, c. dolde,^^
day December 11th in the Bun- by m. v. haws, Deputy.
gardt building. They will also ■
offer for sale an assortment of
Art novelties app opriate for
Christmas gifts. We will appre-
ciate your patronage.
John T. Lowe, et al., Defendants.
CASE NO. 1161.
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an Alias Order of Sale is-
fUj ,ou*„®f the District Court within *
The Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4)
of Section Thirty-one, in Township
Eight (8) North, of Range Eighteen
(18) West of the Indian Meridian,
to satisfy judgment and decree of
foreclosure in favor of said plaintiff
and against said defendants and In-
tervener, obtained and made in said
said Court and in said cause on the
25th day of February, 191". for the
sum of Four Hundred Thirty-four
($434.64) and 64-1-00 Dollars, with
interest thereon at the rate of ten
per cent, per anjnum form said 25th
day of February, 1915, and the fur-
ther and additional sum of Fifty
Dollars, ($50.00) as and for an at-
torney's fee and the costs of said
action taxed at $57.00, and costs ac-
I will on the 15th day of January,
f Are YOU Going To Need A FARM LOAN?
| If so, let me make it for you. No delays-pap-
I ers are drawn right here in my office. Will
| inspect land and draw papers at your home.
WE WILL N 1H ING.
j G. A. W FLEMING. CORDELL, OKLA.
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PETITION FOR DISCHARGE.
In the District Court of the United
State for the Western District
In the Matter of J. R. DeBusk,
To the Honorable John H. Cotteral,
Judge of the District Court of the
United States for the Western Dis-
trict of Oklahoma.
| J. R. Debusk of Sentinel in the
i County of Washita and State of Okla-
homa, in said District, respectfully
j That on the 5th day of November.
1914, last past, he was duly adjudged
j under the Act of Congress relating to
j bankruptcy; that he has surrenlered
all his property and rights of property,
and has fully complied with all the
requirements of said Acts and the
orders of the Court touching his bank-
Wherefore He Prays, That he may
he decreed by the Court to have a
full discharge from all debts provable
against his estate under said Bank-
rupt Acts, except such debts as are
excepted by law from such discharge.
J. R. DeBUSK, Bankrupt.
By Swan C. Burnette. his Attorney.
Petition for Discharge Endorsed: Filed
December 16, 1914,
ARNOLD C. DOLDE, Clerk.
Order of Notice Thereon.
Western District of Oklahoma ss:
OU this 7th daV of Bcemfyr A. D
191", on reading the foregoing peti-
tion; it ig
Ordered by the Court. That a bear-
A Mississippi River Pilot ac-
knowledged that he didn't know
the location of all the diffeernt
snags in the river, but added
"I know where they ain't and
that's where / run my boat. "
We don't claim to knew the lo-
cation of oil theSlate, Slack or
other impurities in Colorado
Coal but we know where it aint
ank that's where we buy our
Celebrated Mammoth Lump Nig'
gerhead Coal. Give it a tria
and see youa slack troubles
The Biggest Coal? We have it.
The H8rdest Coal ? We have
itr The Cleanest Coal? We
have it. Hot h Clinker in a carf
load. Dsliverp tO any part o
Molsn & Co.
i_i v oittu? or uk-
lahoma, under the seal of said Court
and under the hand of the Court
Clerk of said Washita County, State
of Oklahoma on the 7th day of Decem-
ber, 1915, In an action in said Court , ™"
wherein F. C. Finerty (May C Fin ' at the hour ot 11 o'clock A. M.
erty, Adm'x. of the estate of said 0 fsaid day at the Sou,h Frollt (loor
F. C. Finerty, deceased, having been of the Court House ^ the City of Cor-
substituted plaintiff by Order of (lell< iT1 8aid Washita County, State of
ourt.) was plaintiff and John T. Oklah'6rha, offer for Sale and sell to
Ljowe, Sarah E. Lowe, his wife, M. L. the highest bidder for cash, said
.wosner, g. H. Strange, and A. J. property above described or so much
Firs*" \r«,frer<! defendants> an(1 the thereof, as will satisfy said judgment,
. v" National Bank of Sentinel, Ok- interest, attorney's fee and casts,
anoma, a corporation, was Intervener, Witness my hand this 7th day of
directed1 to me the undersigned Sheriff December, 1915.
of Washita County, State of Oklaho- STANDERFER,
vertiF^™™d s'ell^wUhm?* ^ 'V0"' ad' Sheriff of Washita County, State of
Inrf . without appraisement. Oklahoma.
subject to a certain prior and By L. R. STRONG. Undersheriff.
We have Plenty of Money to Loan on
Good Farms. We will make Loans in
any county in Oklahoma.
SEE US, WRITERS,r,OR 'PHONE US.
MURRELL & C0H00N.
CORDELL, - - • OKLAHOMA!
Stale National Bank. Cordell.
CAPITAL, $30.00c.00 SURPLUS; 3,500.00
W. F. TAYLOR, President,
G< F. AMES, Vice Prestdent,
/. L. HULL. Cashier,
A. TAYLOR, Asst Cashier
WE INVITE YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE.
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