The Claremore Progress (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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The Claremore Progress
THB CLARKMOfttB PROGKtta
Senator Johnson says he added the
biggest audiences he has ever seen
since Theodore Roosevelt spoke in
— Madison Square Garden several years
Entered at the Postofficc at Clara- I ago The Senator could have seen
more, Oklahoma, as second-claas mail still binger audiences in his own state
mutter. several days ago—but they were lia-
Issued Every Thurasday b^ _ 1 t,nin* to Prfsldent Wilson.
W C 'ltZiL ^ The National Army has been wholly
i• ' a nr.. ■■ 1 demobilized and the the men are now
U B- Hr*w«r Manager hj|ck at hon)e a|)d n)ogt of them are at
work. The Government is still show
OFFICIAL COlrNTY papk.k
We Believe in—PROGRESS—Our
A sense of fairness would have serv-
ed almost as well as a geuius for
statesmanship in saving the repub-
lican majority in Congress from the
difficulties with which they are con-
fronted in finding a means of reduc-
ing luxation without at the same time
impairing revenues. Had they co-
o|ierated with the last democratic Con-
i'.ress in anticipating some of the prob-
lems that were foreseen as a conse-
quence of the war, they would have es-
raped at once the duty of formulatine
and |iassinjj this legislation and the
responsibility for its failure, if it
proved inadequate or unwise. They
would have begrun the work of the ex-
tia session with at least temporary
relief from fiscal burdens and would
have had time and opportunity to ad-
vise and enact suitable measures.
But republican leaders in the Sen-
ate—and they controlled also the lea-
dership <>f the House of Representa-
tives—deliberately planned and exe-
cuted the defeat of the democratic
bills which contemplated abolition of
the so-called luxury taxes, though this
involved a breach of faith with their
democratic associates. This defeat
vas accomplished by a filibuster in
the closing days of the last Congress.
A spirit of fairness would have re-
strained these republican partisans
from seekinp political advantage in
any question so important as that of
the country's finances. A regard for
their word—plighted in behalf of the
1 rompt passage of the repeal of the
luxury taxes—would have profited
them and the government. But, hav-
ing refused to be fair they were un-
able to be clever.
These leaders now find themselves
in a quandary. They have let ap-
propriations outrun income by some
two billion of dollars, and if the lux-
ury taxes are repealed and no equally
productive sources of revenue are pro-
vided, this excess of expenditures over
receipts will grow larger They
souirht credit for repealing these ex-
cises in the extra session, and this de-
sign prompted them to prevent their
.•ibolition by the democrats in the reg-
ular session. They hoped to acquire
n chance for glory. They have inher-
ited only a cause of embarrassment.
inir interest in them, and if the repub-
lican Congress would only help in the
task, no man who served his country
would have cause to complain of its
Representatives of labor and those
of capital have accepted the Presi-
dent's invitation to confer in Wash-
ington early in October. Many strikes
now in progress indicate the need of
some less costly way of adjusting in-
dustrial disputes. The value of the
conference is sure to be great even if
it falls short of the highest expecta
and that 1 am now the own
You are further notified that unlraii
thm i made within sixty day* from the date
of service of this notice upon you. If such
nervier fa, made, and otherwise within sixty
days from the date uf the first publication of
this ntice if publahed in h newspaper, I will
demand and there will be issued to me by the
i'ounty Treasurer of Roger* County, Okla-
homa. a tax deed conveying to me the said
lund as provided by law.
Itat<Hl this Sth day of October. 191B.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1«. 1919
If the republican majority in Con-
gress continues to procrastinate in
legislating for the soldiers, the lat-
ter will become eligible for old-age
i>< sions before anything Is done for
I.OST—21 Jewel Hamilton watch.
gold, open face case, in Claremore
or o i road to Sageeyah. Finder re-
turn to Progress office and receive re-
ward. S5-2t w-lt
I.OST—A sorrel mare, !* years old,
weight 1200. walks like she was stiff
in hind parts. Will pay $100 reward
for arrest and conviction of party or
parties who took the mare out of my
pasture rear Talala. A. Bullani.
Talala. Oklahoma. 2t
i First Publstuil in Claremore Progress Oct
16 l l .
service by publication.
State of Oklahoma, county of Rovers, in the
District Court ,
James N Nibert, plaintiff, vs Julia E
Nil ertt defendant
The defendant, Julia E. Niherti will take
that mHi- hn* bo«*n suml l jr the plain
tilf. Jam.* N. NiU'itt in th* Pintrict Court
■if Rot-era County, Oklahoma, and u >le*s she
answers on or before the 2nd day of December
ll'l! the Petition of the I'laintilf. filed In
•hi* court, will be taken ns confess,*! and lh<
I >•«).. ..I the Petition of the Plaintiff, Jam,-.
N Nibert, will be granted and the allegation
■ i his Petition taken as true, wherein h
sues for a total and absolute Divorce on th •
mounds of ailullry and desertion, and th.
custody and rare ol James N Nil.-rt, Jr
son of the Plaintiff and Defendant.
Ti ke notice nnd govern yourself arcordiiu-
lv Dated Oct. H, WIS.
,:AI >• A. V ROBINSON,
Court Clerk Rogers County, Oklahoma
Victrolas and Columbia Grafonolas
from $25.00 to $250.00. Hear your
favorite song on them at Nowlin-Fee
zell Furniture Company.
Rhode Island Red cockerels for sale.
$2.00 each. Phone 157. Mrs. J.
O. Blackwell. w-lt d-'2t
Fall shipment of wall paper just
arrived at Nowlin-Feezcll Furnituri
i First Published October IS, 1WI9)
notice to creditors
State of Oklahoma, county of Roger* -m.
To Th* Creditor* of Ed Garnett, deceaaed;
All pemona bavins: claim* atrainat Ed Gar-
nett, deceased( are requfred to present the
te with the neceaaary vouchers, to tha un-
dcr«iRned executrix at Claremore, Oklahoma,
at my home one mile south of Claremore.
Oklahoma, within four month* of the date
•reof or the same will be forever barred.
Dated this the 16th day of October, l l .
EVELINE CJARNETT Executrix
• First Published October If. ltnwi
NOT ICR OF settlement OP ACCOI'NT
State of Oklahoma, county of Rovers **
In the County Court.
In th,. matter « f th«« i*tate of Charles Strr-
low, dnrsasa d ; K || Strelow f ext<eutor.
N' lu i U h< r« l#y iriven that F I! Strelnw,
tli. duly .i|i| olnt«-d. qualified and aetfnir execu-
1'i of th, catate of Churl** Strelo v dcccwsed.
I ort *.f hi*« administration a* uch' executor
rendered and presented for xettlement an I
li 'd i/. this court hi* final account nnd r«-
: nd bin icttion for the distribution of miiil
«>tate. and for hi* ilixehnrue; an I that Friday,
the 7th day of November, 191#f at the hour «.(
elevtn o'clock a. m. thereof, at the coui.lv
curt room in the City of Claremore, Roitei-
•unty. State of Oklahoma, has heen duly
ui'lsiihted by the court for the settlement of
said account and for hearlns said petition at
liich time anil place any person interest. !
in said estate may appear and file hi« excel.-
t'ons In writing to the account and contest
In Testmony Whereof. 1 have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the seal of said court
this 14th day of October 1919.
S<*l EDWARD JORDAN,
American soldiers who fought for
their country's rights in Europe find
that they will have to battle with a
republican Congress to obtain a fair
recognition of their services.
Business and industry are making
headway not withstanding the want
of co-operation from the republican
Cngress. The progressive laws en-
acted by democratic Congresses in the
last eight years are still effective.
There is talk that the House of Rep
resentatives is about to recess while
the Senate considers the Peace Treaty.
The strain of doing nothing in the
House is not telling half so much or.
the Representatives as it is on the
Republican newspapers which op-
pose the League of Nations made la-
borious analyses of the Senate's first
test vote on the Treaty. But these
interpretations all ignored the main
point—which was that Senator Lodge
and his associates feared to "go to
bat" when they were called.
notice of application for tax
Notice is hereby given to Dixie m. Jordan
and to all persons claiming any right title or
interest In and to and to all persona in pos-
session of the lands hereinafter ileacribed that
at the tax sale held by the Tr
Hi vers County. Oklahoma, on the 2nd day of
November 1! 14, and there being no other ' —---- [las ren<lere<l and pre-
bidders nnd the hereinafter described lands I K,'l]te<l for settlement, and filed in said court,
could not be sold for taxes and charges duel *1'* "n"l account and report of his adminis-
thereon. the County Treasurer of Rogers' of said estate, and that said estate la I
county. Oklahoma, bid off such lands for | r***dy for final settlement and distribu-
such Rogers county and there was t,"n:
Notice is further given that on Friday, the
i First Published October lfi 191SI
notic e of settlement of'final ac
< Ol nt. determination of heir-
ship and di8trir17tion and
settlement of estate
Mate of Oklahoma. County of Rogers as
In the County court.
In the matter ol the estate of Judge ]
Clingmn, deceased: OH Caulk, adminlatrat...
Notice is hereby given that Ott Caulk, the
duly apiminted, legally qualfied and regularly
acting administrator of the estate of Judge
Clingan. deceased, has rendered and pre-
Car \on Miller
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'rHOSE dead -weight blows of the load below
the springs are what shatter cars to pieces
long before their time.
Here is a way that practically ends this evil
— the Miller Cord Tire — buoyant, over-size,
elastic Thousands of cable cords as strong as
bow-strings, floated in new, live rubber, layer
on layer It gives and takes as it rolls on the
rough of the road — it neutralizes shocks — you
ride with bird-like ease.
Miller Tires, Cord and Fabric alike, are uni-
form in mileage, tire after tire. The result is
that every Miller is a long-distance runner.
Come here and get the size and type you need.
And get acquainted with our expert repair work,
quick service and reasonable charges.
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
•uch Rofrern county by the
Ti i-Hhurcr thereof( Tax Sale Certificate No.
•IM' aa «vUience of «uch sale, and the land*
are described at follow*, to-wit:
The South went quarter of the Southwest
nuarter of the Southwest quarter of Sec-
tion Twenty-four «24 ^ Township Twen-
ty -three (29) north § Ranpe Seventeen
<171 Kast. in Ropers County. Oklahoma.
That thereafter and on the 14th day of
May 191 the County Treasurer of said
of the amount of the taxes, penaltyf inter
est and coat of sale and transfer due up to
xuch date on said landa by me. the undersign
-'Ut flay „f November. 1H1H. „t the hou'r of
:nn °'cl«* « m thereof, at the rountv
court room, in the court house, in the City
of Claremore. Rogers county, Stat.- ..I Okla-
heen duly appointed hy the court
I"i the settlement of the aforesaid account
m.d for u determination of the persons ,-ntitl'
ed to the estate of the said Judge K rllng-
an. deceased, and for the distribution of said
irawim "■ mm— , *nd '"f the final settlement ■ ,f said
County, upon payment to said county ' hov«' administration matter, and for the dis-
( harge of said administrator, at which time any
l<er*on or pnoM having any interest in said
sucn naie on sara lands Dy roe. tne undersign- estate shall appear and exhibit his or her
ed Clint Roberson, assigned and delivered of heirship, ownership or interest In
t" me the said Tax Sale Certificate of Pur- SH'(I estate, or file his exceptions or objec-
tions to the aforesaid sccount and to the
YOU'RE ail young men
these days when it
comes to clothes. Wehave
styles that are called
"young men's styles;" and
others, more conservative
and quite, that are called
But we notice that these
don't always go by ag<
some men of 50 or 60
thesnappystuff. But they
all want to look smartly
Hart Schaf/ner & Marx models
ar9 for men of all ages and
tastes; and we have sizes to fit
men of all figures
$40, $45 to $65
Other good suits
$20 to $35
Copyright 1VIv Hart Schaffner & Man
Laderer-Davis Clo. Co.
Tke Home if Hart Schaffaer & Nan Clstkec
settlement of said above entitled administra-
tion matter, and to the discharge of said ad-
ministrator, and contest the same
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto
my hand and affixed the seal of said court,
this 10th day of Octoberf i®19.
il'irst Published October 16 ltlgi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Jn the District court of Rogers count,
State of Oklahoma. '
The Aetna Buildinc and Loan Association
a corporation, plaintiff, v. Edna L Har
rold and Lorenao D. Harrold, H J Meredith
Nora E Sweeney and Rom s Balding aoie
heirs at law of 1. J. Meredith, deceased ' Rob-
son Storey, defendants.
The State of Oklahoma to Edna L Har-
rold and Lorenso D. Harrold, H. J. Mere-
dith. Nora E. Sweeney and R<ise S. Balding.
I You and each of you will take notice that
you have been sued by said plaintiff in the
| above entitled court in said cause along with
the other defendants named in the caption
| ,"%rrnt- and that you and each of you must
I M itswer the petition filed herein by plaintiff
I on or before November 20 1910, or said peti-
tion will b* taken as true and Judgment ren-
. dered in said action a«ainst aaid defendants
I for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage up-
on the following described land, towit: Lots
Thirteen (1J end Fourteen (14) |n Block
Twenty-one in Bayleaa Addition to the City
of Claremore, Oklahoma, said mortgage bring
given to secure the payment of one certain
promissory not. executed by said defendants
'• Harrold and Lorenso D. Harrold to
•aid plantlff, on the 8th day of December
1 10, "P°n which plaintiff claims there U
now due the sum of IMn.fll with Interest
thereon at the rate of ton per cent per an-
t un. from May 81, |#19, and I2S.00 .ttor-
ney . f«-; snd judgment will further be ren-
dered adjudging that default has been made
in said mortgage, that the plaintiff has a
first and prior lien upon said premises for
the amount due as aforseaid and ordering
"" I' • "W "Hh appraisement
•nd the proceeds applM to the payment of
said judgment and coats of suit and forever
barring and foreclosing said defendant, from
all right, title, estate, interest or equity of
redemption. In and to said premises or any
In Witness Whereof 1 have hereunto Set
my hsnd and affixed tie seal of my offlc.
0k'"hOm"' thta IOth •*** °t Octo-
A. V. ROBINSON
JNO. D. ROGERS, ^ ^
ADAMS * WILLS
Attorneys for Plain tiffs. M
We will sell at public auction at the Boss Ward place
3 miles north and 5 miles east of Claremore, 1-4 mile east
of Midway school house, the following property, on
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1919
2 iron gray filleys, coming 4 years old.
weirhs 1000 lbs each
1 team of 5 year old horses
1 two year old mule
1 one year old mule
1 jack, weighs 1000 lbs
5 tons baled hay
200 bushels oats
1 Good Enough 16-inch plow
1 breaking 12 inch plow
I two row corn cutter
1 two seated surrey
1 buggy and buggy harness
1 wagon and wagon harness
1 black horse, 4 years old, weight 1100
1 brown horse, 3 years old, weight 900
2 cows giving milk
2 cows giving
1 bull calf
1 Webber wagon nearly new
1 set good harness
114 inch plow
A lot of household goods
40 bushels oats
30 tons baled hay
Agricultural lease on 80 acres good farm land well
improved, for year 1920
TERMS- AU Blma °l I10 a.nd under' cash; on a11 ,ums over $10 a credit of 9
J. W. BREEDEN and J. E. SMITH, Owners.
Patterson & Draper, Auctioneers
J. F. F^lippin, Clerk
Lunch ort Ground at Noon
Sale starts promptly at 10 a. m.
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Kates, W. C. The Claremore Progress (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919, newspaper, October 16, 1919; Claremore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc181790/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.