Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 3, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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LAIKMOSK, O iLi, MltllMQil
Clark BaMtB, Publisher.
hMbM •very Friday.
per rw ILM
at tha poetofttce at Clar*
Wa are authorised to announce the
candidacy of Old Graham (or State
Senator from Rogera-Nowata district,
subject to the democratic primaries
la August. Paid.
Wa are authorised to announce
Hiram Stephens, of Claremore, as a
candidate for re-aominatlon for the
office o( Sheriff of Rogers County,
subject to the will of the majority of
the democratic voters In the primar-
ies August 4th.
The Messenger la authorised to an-
nounce T. L Brown, of Claremore, as
a candidate for re-nomlnatlon for
dtotrict Judge from thla district, sub-
Ject to the democratic primaries Aug-
The alleged West amendments
were for the most part drawn by C.
N. Haskell and W. A. Ledbetter.
Wonder If they are loaded, like Has-
kell's road law.
You can vote for John Fields for
governor and know that you are vot-
ing for a good man. If the Demo-
cratic press is to be relied upon there
la some question about most of the
other gubernatorial candidates.—Wau
Two years ago Pennsylvania cast
a total of 283,360 for William H. Taft
Thla year the registration of Repub-
lican voters was 681,125, a net gain
of 408,125, and a majority o'f 192,20?
over the combined vote of Demo
cratlc and Progressives. Two years
ago the vote of the latter was 444,-
894, while this year the total regis-
tration was 114,611, a loss ^f 330,283
The Democratic registration thla year,
374,617, was 21,020 below the vote of
HARD TO RESIST THIS WOOER
Young Man Wanted to Klaa Sweet
heart and Certainly Knew Maw
te do About It
He waa one of the bold. Import unat«
kind. Ha thought ha knew what waa
hie due, but ha waa unoertaln whethei
ha would get It for the aaklng. al
though aatlafled that ha atood reaaon
ably well In her estimation.
He took her hand, and she did not
draw It away. That waa a good tndt
"One klaa," he whispered. «
"Sir!" ahe cried.
The next moment aha bad
"How dare you!" ahe cried.
"Why. I thought you said—"
"I said, -air,' and 1 said It vary dis-
tinctly," ahe interrupted.
"Oh," he returned, creatfnllen.
"That waa all of It. waa it I thought
It waa only the first syllable."
"The first ayllable?" ahe repeated.
"Yea. I thought you were about tc
•ay 'Cer-tslnly,' and with auch rap-
ture In anticipation I naturally could
not wait for the whole word."
Of codrse In the face of such an In
genloua and complimentary plea as
that ahe could do nothing but forgive
'Hut don't mkke that mistake
again," she warned him.
'To avoid the possibility of It," he
auggeated, "don't aay that to me oo
any similar occaaion In the future."
"What ahatl 1 aay?" she aaked.
"Say. 'Yea,' be advised.
"Yes?" she repeated inquiringly, at
If hla effrontery were too great foi
Thereupon be kissed her again
"You said 'yes,'" he explained as
ahe broke front hlin Indignantly
Truly there waa something amus-
ing In his clever way of circumvent
"With auch a man aa you." ahe said,
"What la a poor girl to.do?"
"If that'a a conundrum," he r
turned, "1 can give you the answer
"What'a the answer?"
"Let me kiss her."
HOW CHILDREN GROW
Children grow by nourishment—not
overloaded stomachs or rich lamia bat
qualities that are readily converted Into
life-sustaining blood; too often their
digestive powers cannot procure these
qualities from Ordinary foods which results
in weakness. dullness and sickness.
If vour children are under-sixe, under*
weight, cstch cold easily, are languid,
backward, pale or frail, give them Scott's
Bmulsion which is pure medicinal nourish-
ment. It sharpens the appetite, builds
healthy flesh, firm muacles and active
brsins. Scott's is growing-fuoti for
children. Refuse alcoholic substitute!.
Report of the a'aadltlos of
The Farmers Bank * Trett Co.
of Claremore. Oklakoma. at the
clone of bualnaaa June 16th, 1914.
4 SSI 4t
u A7 8v
Loaat and DtseousM ISSJM W
overdrafts, secured sad eeeeeured as w
Securities with *leW Mantua* Bo.rd I.M6 l
Stoes*. noeds. Warraaut. eu>..
Furniture aad futures .......
Other Real Ks ei«H> seO
Due tram Beaks
Cheeks sad Otter Csah Items
DEMOCRATIC MACHINE GOVERN-
What It la Coating Oklahoma Tax
payera in the "Reform" Yaar of
Capital ti took Paul ta
miibiuh kiiimi •
Uauivided I'roBta. les« Empeu e ssd
Die lu Baaks ••••;
individual Uepualla Subject lu
Tine Certlfleates of Uspuittt
Certified Ubseka ....
Cashier'* Cheeks Outa'aadtag
I M i Oil Oo I
u.uuu uu I
FELT SHE HA0 BEEN FAMILIAR
Horrible Discovery by Mrs. Flint Had
Considerably Disturbed Har
Fort Smith Is the main topic of dlo-
cuaalon In Claremore this week, so
if we digress a little and use consid-
erable space to that topic this week
we are escusable, especially as this
paper aeems to l e the only one in
the territory that has discovered this
particular piece of news. Besides
what la already known there seems
to be much more of u different char-
acter that has not yet been brought
to light. It is said that Claremore
haa been supplying the neighboring
territory for some time, whether by
underground route is not known here.
Wagons would haul the boose to the
suburb* and autos would come from
neighboring cities and load up. Var-
ious waya are alleged to have been
used to get the liquor in. and tin
men arrested and uuder Kort Smith
bond are not accused of handling all
that haa come In. There are'others
who are supposed to be quaking in
Ellen Terry, the famoua English
actreas, tella thia story:
"Mra. Hint came home from a call
one day In auch a dlaturbed condition
that it waa evident that tears were
nut far In the background. Her hua-
band gased at her Inquiringly for a
moment but she inade haste to ex
plain beforu he could advance any
" 'Will,' said she. 'I am so morti
Bed that I don't know what to do'
■"What'a up. little one?' Mr. flint
"'I have Just been calltug on Mra.
I'.outelle. You huow her husband
'Well, I Juat learned today that
"Major" Isn't his tittle at all. 'Major'
Is his first name'
" Why. sure It la. I've always
known that. What la there so mortl-
f>Iuk about it?'
' Nothing.' Mra. Flint answered
with h groan, 'only that I've been
calling hi in "Major" every time I've
met him for the laat sis yearn!"*
We have received many compli-
ments the past week from the fad
that the Messenger is not afraid to
print the news, even if it Is news
which does not reflect credit on souu*
of our "prominent business men" as
Rutherford would remark. We do
not claim any especial amount of
nerve to print the news. We do not
make the news, and the man who
does make It la the one who needH
th« nerve. Also only one man who
came In to get a copy of the paper
during the past week really appreci-
ated the news to the extent that lie
laid down a dollar to subscribe so lie
could get the news regularly. Many
who road It and who are reading thu
waak'a paper borrowed it from a
neighbor or came to this oftu e and
bammed a copy. There's nerve for
you. It's one chance out of three
that you do not pay for this pape
you are reading now, but borrow it
from a neighbor. That is nervier
*.. etag a bootlegger. Don't con-
tlaae oa your way through life that
wa). A compliment on printing the
•own la not appreciated here by a
■an wa know never apent a cent in
hla Ufa for newspapers. Subscribe
and then talk about II all you want
Tot#! $in.Hi uo
State oC Okla*"""' County of Reg-
Oklahoma City, Okla., July 2—Af-
ter making the maximum constitu-
tional levy of 3 1-2 mills for ad val-
orem taxes, and relying upon the in-
direct taxes to produce a million dol-
lars, the Democratic administration
In Oklahoma Is confronted with the
danger of not having enough money
by $800,000 or (900,000 to run the
State government for the fiscal year
ending June 30. 1914. The legislative
appropriation for 1914 was $3,134,
240.74. The January and April tax
collection amounted to $2,028,970.73.
On June 24 there were approximate-
ly $700,000 worth of outstanding and
unpaid warrants, to which must bo
added sbout $270,000 In warrants
that will have been registered by
the end of the fiscal year, making
a total of $970,000. It is estimated
that ten per cent, or $213,000 la ad
valorem tuxes, and $400,000 In Indi
rect taxes will not be collected. This
will make the total liabilities $1,583,
000, to be paid from $3S7.939.75 cash
on hand. June 24. and the remain
ing $1,105,270.01 of the general ap-
propriation, leaving a probable def
N it of $12^1,000. But many State In
stitutions and departments continue
spending money after they have ex-
hausted their approprlatlona, aa may
be Judged by the fact that the 1913
deficiency appropriations amounted
to about $750,000. There Is nothing
to Indicate that the deficiency will
be smaller this year. Accordingly,
taxpayers ultimately may have to pay
nearly a million dollars more than the
$3,134,210.74 that was appropriated.
I, j, j. Fllppln. Cashier of the
above named bank, do eolemnly awear
that tha above statement ie true
NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS
We are desirous of cleaning up all
tkat tha above statement ■ «"®i
to the beat of my knowledge and be- matters relating to deeds for lots in
Uef, ao help m^OoJk CMhl#f Itbe "Woodlawn Cemetery" and to*
Bubecrlbed and swoni to before me that end request that all persons who 1st Pub. June 19 SR.
this 19th day of June, 1914. own such lots and have paid for sam NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL RE
Webb LitUefleld. who have not as yet received d.-od FORT OF ADMINISTRATOR.
Notary Public. for same, will oblige by at once ad- Btate
My commlaelon oxplrea April Uth, vising the President, and such deeds
1 1B. ' - *
HO 073 SI
MO MEN WANTED
RAILROAD FIREMEN, BRAKE*
MEN AND PORTERS WILL BE
NEEDED IN, THE SOUTHWEST-
ERN STATES IN 1t14r1S. ABLE
BODIED YOUNO MEN CAN
QUALIFY FOR THESE POSI-
TIONS IN A SHORT TIME BY
TAKINO OUR PRACTICAL ,
COURSE, AT SMALL COCT.
COLORED MEN CAN QUALIFY
AS TRAIN FORTERS.
For Fartlculara Address
I EL RENO, OKLA., P. O. BOX 793.
Notice to Property Owners
Notice Is hereby given that tax
warrants to the amount opposite tha
hereinafter deaciibed property, locat-
ed in tha City of Claremore, Okla-
homa, have been ordered lasued to
Johnson Coberly against tha herein-
after described-property, for the Con-
struction of a Sidewalk as provided
in Ordinance No. 16, You are hereby
notified that if aaid amounts are not
paid within thirty days from the 2nd.. •
day of June, A. D., 1914, with coata,
twenty-five per cent penalty will bo
added and aaid amounta with pedslty
added will be certified to tho County
Treasurer to be collected aa other
taxea, as la prbvlded by law.
The aaid property above referred
to and the amounta due are described
as follows, to-wit: «
Lot Black Addition
Chaa. B. Carden,
W. O. Rlggs-
J. F. McClellan.
First publication June 26 4t.
State of Oklahoma, County of Rog
In tha District Court la and for
said County aad Stated
Beaale Wells, Plaintiff, vs WUUam
Above named defendant, William
Wella,, will take notice that ha haa
been aued by the above named plain
of Oklahoma, Count? of Rog-
. eera, aa.
will be at onco prepared and deliv-, jn the County Court
erad. In the Matter of the Batata of Suaan
To thoae who occupy lots and have E. Griffith, Deceaaed.
not paid for same we desire to give I J. P. ShefOer, Adminletrator. x
settled for at once, the bodies wwill
be removed therefrom Into the "Pot-
iters Field"' and the lots resold.
Mra. H. Jennings, Pres. ,
1st pub. June 12-3t.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
| State of Oklahoma, County of Rog-
In the District Court.
|W. T. Halles, Plaintiff.
tiff In the District Court of Rogers I Coallnga Federal Oil Company and
County, Oklahoma, for an abaolutel George M. Jewett. Defendants,
decree of divorce, and that unless _ civil No. 7180
said defendant anawers the petition defendants, Coallnga Federal
of plaintiff aa filed in aaid action otL, Company and Goerge M. Jewett.
or before the 6th day of August, I wm take notice that they have been
1914, aaid petition will he taken aa I aued In the above named Court upon
Pursuant to an order made by
the Hon. Kxra Bralnerd, Jr.. Ref-
eree In Bankruptcy, at Muskogee, Ok-
lahoma, June 20th, 1914, In case
No. 1170, M. Oppenhelmer, Bank-
rupt, I will offer for sale to the
hurhesl bidder for cash at late place
of buslneitH of M. Oppenhelmer, in
Claremore, at 2 P. M., July 9th, 1914.
the following property:
One stock of Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Inventorying $1932.21
Fixtures, Inventorying .. 183.00
Book Accounts, inventorying. .96.05
true, and aa abaoluto decree of di-
vorce granted aaid plaintiff as pray-
ed for la har petition.
Witnoaa my haad aad aeal of aaid
CouK thla the 22d day of June. 1914.
C. T . McClellan,
Clerk of District Court.
Golden berry * Shanks, Attorneys fo:
Sir Erueat Sliackletou's proposed
Journey across the antarctic continent
this year Involves 1.700 utiles of irav
el -as far as from New York city to
Dallas. Tex Hbackletou himself "
described his projected crossing aa
"a longer Journey than to the pole and
back and liiflultely mora diHcult. be
cause we shall alwaya be advancing
over new ground, with no depots to
draw upon" It la poaalble, however,
tbst the party will not have to depeud
entirely upon Its 6wa resources dur
Ing the latter part of the Joatney. as
It Is planned to have aa auxiliary ex-
pedition land on the coast of Roaa
sea and sledge southward along a
previously arranged meridian as far
as latitude 61. if poeeible, to meet the
explorer* coming from the pole. The
expedition will have two ahlpa, driven
by oil fuel, for the main and auxiliary
parties respectively. The aledgaa,
which will perhaps ha constructed of
ateel tubing, will bo drawn by doga,
except two. which will bo driven By
o Total $2211.26
Sale tnade subject to tho approval
of the Court.
This la a nice cleun stock, well
proportioned. Undersigned will be
at Claremore at the store on day of
sale with typewritten Inventorlea
to allow bidders and parties interest
ed to examine invoices and view
FRED PFENDLER. Receiver
Muskogee, Oklahoma. It
First publication Juaa 26 31.
NOTICE OF HEARINQ FINAL AC
la tha Couaty Court.
Probata No. Sit.
State of Oklahoma, County of Rog
la tho matter of tho Estate of Sal
lie Albcrty, aa Incompetent, S. M
Red burn, Ouardian, .V. L. Hurt, Ex-
Notice la hereby given that V. L.
Hurt, lata guardian at tho above nam-
od Incompetent, haa filed In thia
Court kit final report and that the
First published May 22 3t.
vwen. a- i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
same Ja sat for Baariag on the 16th gtale ^ oklahoma. County of Rog
day of July, AJ> „ 1 M. at the hour I
10 o'clock A. M., at the Court
Bwm of thla Court 1a the Clly of _
Claimnore Oklahoma. All partiea in- Wagner. Defendant.
ulITted In aaid eetate are hereby no- The Defendant, George Wagner,
tareated lu MM oaiaio are aereoy „ please take notice
titled to bo aad appear before ike b ^ ^ ,n tb, ,
Doing work In a bent or atoop
lug position puta a stitch in the
back that la pulnful. If the muscles
have become strain* d, you can't get
rid of it without help. The great
penetrating power of BALLARD S
SNOtf LINIMENT will appeal to
you most itrongly at such times, be
cause It Is the very thing you need
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle
Sold by Vlnaon-Bortle.
ITbM NEURALBIA—KILLS FAIN.
■loaa'a Liniment given Inataat re-
lief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It
goss straight to the painful part—
the Nervea and Stops the
Hla, It le a Me good for Rheuma
t|aa, Bore Threat. Cheat Pains and
Bpralaa. Yoa doa't need to rub—It
paaalrsm Mr. J. R. Swinger, Louis
rlDe, Ky.„ writes: "I Buffered with
yi^i a severe Neuralgic Headwhe
lM lour mm"" without aay relief.
| no| Stoaa'a Ltalmeat far two or
Ui«« eights aad I havea't Buffered
wftB ay Bead since." Get a bottle
later. Kaop la tha beats all tha
Msg far palaa aad all hortt. He. 50c
aad IMS at pour iruggltt.
Avalta Salve far all
Cant Klaa Unwilling Wife.
Whether or not a man haa a right
ta klaa hla wife against her will waa
decided in the negative by Recorder
John Sehwara In the police court
when he seateaced Morgan Martin ta
M days la Jail for displaying auch at
fectloa for tha apouae agalnat har
Mra. Marila haa hegua a tult tar
divorce, aad haa reeelved har Brat de-
cree Martin admitted that ht had
forcibly klaaed hit wife, hut aaid that
he dearly loved har, and eon Id net
bear to bo teparaled from har wltB>
out aoarn dfaplay of aBoetloa.
Martla met hla wtte oa the atreot,
aad after attomptlag ta
ta return to him haM Bar while Ba
w gaodhy. Saw L.h (Oa.)
ta tha Nov KjtB Jua.
At praaaat there art IBJSS
ta aaM*t ssrvlet, hat slats ti
Sit Bare ami Mag
attvo a savtraaaaal
af taBMmtal l
vtara. The pap af tBa private
Uriag to fit a
AN ABUNDANT HARVEST.
The harvest Is developing the fact
that the reports previous to cutting
wore In no wty overdrawn. Wheat
la g£bd. running all tho way betweea
twenty and thirty bueheW to the acre,
with many reports In exceos at thirty
No poor cropa la tha community. Tho
weather haa been fine for harvest
aad not the slightest damage haa beoa
done the ripening grala. Blndera
were aoM by tho local dealers until
no more couM ho obtained from tha
factories. Several were purchased
back laat week from farmers who had
cut their grala and retold to othera
not so tartaaato. It la truly a record
breaklag yaar all tround.
Tha ralaa of tha paat month have
came Just at tha right Uara tor tha
eera crap: ta all Say rata Mondty
Insuring a crop of cora probably bet
tor thaa ever before, Cora It tttnd
lag high, and to grata aad ip good
thapt, tattellng fine. If Oklahoma
to sat proa pa roue thla yaar, It never
an action brought for work done and
labor performed by the plaintiff for
the defendants In the sum of $465.00,
and aaklng for the foreclosure ,of a
Mechanic'a Lien filed against the pro-
perty of aaid defendant, and must
answer the petition, as filed herein
by aaid plaintiff, on or before the
23rd day of July. 1914. or aaid peti-
tion will be taken aa true and a
Judgment for said plaintiff in the
sum of $465.00 for work done and
labor performed by the plaintiff for
the defendants, and further tor the
the foreclosing of a Mechanic's Lien
agalnat the property of said defend-
anta In Rogers County, Stats of Ok-
lahoma, will be rendered accordingly.
C.T . McClellan.
Clerk of Dlatrlct Court.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
of Susan B. Griffith, deceased, has
thla day presented and filed tn thla
court hla final account of hla admln-
lat ration of aaid estate, and asked
that a day bo aet for hearing aaid
final account therefore Thuraday.
the 9th day of July, 1914, at the hour
of 10:00 o'clock A M. of aaid day at
the office of the County Judge at
the Court House In the City of Clare-
more, Rogers County, Oklahoma, has
been appointed by the Court as the
time and place for hearing aaid ac-
count. when and where all persons
Interested In said eetate, and all of
the helru at law and next of kin of
aaid decedent, may appear and show
cauae why the aamo should not bo
And notice la hereb/ further given
that at aaid hearing the raeldue of
aaid etaate will bo distributed to tha
heira at law entitled to the aame.
Walter W. Shaw,
(Seal) County Judge
Adama aad WUto,
Atty. for Adm.
In the District Court.
F. H. Bortle, Plaintiff, vs George
— — - | has been aued In tha above namod
Court and 01a In writing any objec- court in an action brought by the
. s __ I .t.i.siM ...l.>s klm a rarAts
tlons. If any, 'hat they amy have a-
galaat aaid final report.
Waltar W. Shaw.
H. H. Browa, Clerk Couaty Court.
By F. M. Briacoo, Deputy.
Pint publication July I St.
NOTICE OF HBARINQ FINAL RE*
la tha Coaaty Court. •
of Okla' oma County of Rog-
plaintiff agalnat him to recover the
sum of $760.00, tho aame being the
balance due for the purchase price of
certain real eetate altuated in Rog-
ers County, Oklnhomn, tpi described
as follows, to-wlt:
Tha North Eaat Quarter of the
North West Quarter and the North
11.70 acres of Lot One (1) In Sec-
tion IS, aad the South 17.79 a*res of
Lot Four (4) In Section "7, Town-
ship 22 North, Range 16 Eaat, con-
taining 1a all 70.49 acrea, more or
la tho matter of the estate of
iaaa Taylor, Deceased, Freak M.
>raak M. Rocker, Admlaistrator df
the eetate of Jamee Taylor, deceased,
preeontad aad tiled la tkls Court
hto flaal report at hla admlalatra-
ttaa af tald tttata, aad praying that
B time Ba appelated for baariag the
lat pab. June 12-3t
NOTICE OF HBARINQ FINAL RE-
PORT OF EXBCUTORB.
State of Oklahoma, County of Roc-
era, aa. ' '
In tho County Court
In the Matter of tho Batata of John
K. Crutchfleld, Deceaaed.
Tom B. French, J. H. Fllppln aad
Dennis Kpenlg, Administrators.
Notice la hereby given that Tom B.
French, J. H. Fllppln and Dennla
Koenlg, executors of the eetate of
John K. Crutchfleld, deceaaed, have
this day presented nnd filed In this
Court their final account of their
admlntatrntlon of aaid aetata, and ask
fhst a Bay be set for hearing aaid
final account, '
Therefore, Friday the 26th day of
June, 1914, at the hour of 10:00
o'clock A. M. of aaid day at the of-
fice of the County Judge at the
Court House In the City of Clare-
more, Rogers County, Oklahoma, has.
been appointed by the Court as the
time aad place for hearing aaid ac-
count, when and where all persooa
Intereated la aaid eetate, and all of
the nest of kin of said decedent, nnd
all tho devlaeea named In said will
may appear aad file their objections
to ssld final account aad show causa
why tha same should not be approved
Aad notice la hereby further giveh
that at aaid Baariag tha residue af
aaid estate will ho distributed to tho
devisees aaaMd la the wlB at aaid
testator according to tho terssa
Waltar W. Shaw,
Judga of tho County CootL
Adams A Wills, Attorneys.
Therefore notice Is l«rtby given
tBat Monday. Jaly 90th, 1914, at the
of 10:00 o'clock A. M. at tha
of tha Coaaty Judga at the
Ogart Hoaae la the City af Clara*
mam. Rogers Coaaty, State af Okla-
team, has beoa appelated as the tlase
aad place tar baariag aaid flaal re*
yat aad account, when aad where
« part ens later anted la tald eetate
a/1 he seat of hla of tald deeedeat
May appear aad file their ohtacUoat
ta tald ftaal account, aad shew cauae
aky tBe aasM aBeuM aet be approved
Dated tfcto 1Mb dap ef Jttae. 1B14.
Waltar W. Shaw,
aad that a writ of attachment haa
beea issued In tald action against the
aaid property, aad that the tame haa
been levied upon by the Sheriff of
tald Couaty thtrela, and that the tald
doftadant must answer the petition
which waa tiled therein In the office
of the Clerk of the District Coart la
aad far aaid Rogers County, Oklaho-
ma, oa or before the 3d day of July,
1P14, or aaid petition will be taheu
aa trae and a Judgment for aaid plain
Off la the aaid sum of $760.00 agalnat
tald defendant wlB be rendered there-
in, aad alao a Judgmeat upon the at-
tachment therein had aad granted wl
O. T. McClellan,
Clerit of the Dlatrlct Coort.
* WlUa, Plaintiff t Attys.
* .WUto, Attorneys tor Admin-
A TEXAS WONDER.
_Je Tessa Waadvr cures kldsey
aad Bladder troablet, removing grar*
at, curee dlsbetet, weak and lama
hatha, rheagMttom, aad all irregular
Mat af the kldneya aad bladder la
Both nea aad iian. Ragalataa
Jer traebtea la ehlldrea. If aot
aold by year drugglat will be .aeat
by sull oa receipt of 91.SS.. Oae tma
( bottle la two motto* treatment and
aaldQB falto ta pdltact a oare. Bead
lor tottlmtalalt treat this aad otBer
atataa. O* B W. Mall, MM OUve
Btreet, SL Loato, Mo. SeM by drag*
lat pab. Jaaa 1S-SL
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
State af Oktahoou, County of Bog-
la the Justice ef Peace Court. Be*
tofre J. H. Bradea, J. P.
w. B. Haltoell, Ptalatlff.
Coallnga Federal Oil Compaay aad
' w. F. Daveaport, Defendants.
' Civil Mo. IMS.
dald dafeadaata, Ooallaga Federal
OU Compaay aad w. F. Daveaport.
will take notice tkat they Bare been
aued la tha above named Court apoa
aa action for the recovery ef the
sum of $67.00 far reata aad gas ear
piled by the ptalatlff to them aad
asking far Jedgtat la tald tarn ef
MV.SS, aad meat gnawer the petition
filed herein By tald ptalatlff aa er
before tBa Mrd day ti Jaly, 1914, or
■aid stdtlaa win Be takea ta imo
aad foam tar «ld ptolatlft la
tBa aaid earn of $67.H aad the coot
at the salt, aad aay attachmeat thear
Is Bad will Ba rtaisrad acoordtasto.
J. H. Bradea
of the Ptatt.
Attoraey fad PtolatBf.
If yea teal Btaa, "No aoaaadt," taay
pan seed a seed cleaalas eat. HBB*
BINS ta the right tU'ag far that par
paaa. It aOaatataa the liver, leaea
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Claremore Messenger. (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 3, 1914, newspaper, July 3, 1914; Claremore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc178619/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.