The Weekly Democrat-Chief (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1922 Page: 2 of 11
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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-CHIEF. HOBART. OKLAHOMA
-he weekly democrat-chief
Published Weekly at 411 Mala Street, Hobart, Oklahoma, by the
DEMOCRAT-CHIEF PUBLISHING COMPANY
Entered aa Second Caw Matter April 16. \90 . at the Poetoffice at Hobart.
Oklahoma, Under Art of March 8. 190#.
Devoted to the Interests of Hobart, Kiowa County, State of Oklahoma, aad
the Democratic Party in General.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES—By nail in Kiowa county, $1.00 per annum. Six
months, 50c. (No subscription accepted for less than six months.) Out-
tide Kiowa county and to any postoffke in Oklahoma, $1.50 per annum.
All other postoffices in the postal union, $2.00 per annum. All subscrip-
tions must be paid in advance, and will be stopped at expiration.
fie hare the beat equipped job department in the entire southwest. Prices
on request. Advertiser* guaranteed the largest circulation -in the south-
west. Rates on request.
There is a movement on foot to pro-
hibit the sale or carrying of firearms
—— .1 except by federal permit, and it is
Tha Democrat-Chief is authorised ^ that a bi„ wi)1 ghort]y be intro-
to make the folowlng MananrirnepU. <)uce<i jfj coBjtre.„ for that purpose.
'Such legislation ought to be very
carefully considered before it is en-
acted into law. There is such a thing
as too stringent regulation of the fire-
arms evil. The criminally minded in-
dividual who has murder in his heart
will not be deterred by such a law
from obtaining a weapon. If he is
capable of killing he is certainly cap
'able of obtaining the instrument with
which to do the deed. The restriction
| law serves in such a case only to pre-
Ivent the householder and law abiding
citizen from providing himself with
an adequate defense. At any rate, it
' is a matter well within the police
I powers of the states, which, from their
knowledge of local conditions, they
can handle far more effectively than
the general government at Washing
subject to the Democratic
primary, Tuesday, August 1. 19Z2.
Far Caagreaa (7th Okla. Diet.):
MRS. LAMAR LOONEY.
Far County Atterney:
JOHN T. HAYS.
Far Canty Clerk:
PERRY W. CARLTON.
IRA B. HARTZOG.
W. T. GANN.
JOHN C. LINDSAY.
R. W. LEWIS.
For Cemaiiaaioner (First DiatricL)
GEORGE E. NEAL.
Far Canity Aaaeaaor:
C. a WILSON.
TILLMAN C. STONE.
Far Camty Weigher:
. MRS. MAGGIE ENGLAND.
^ Hobart City District
Far Jaatice of Peace: *
W. L. HUNTER.
The announcementa below are m
Ject to the action ef the republu
Far Cauaty Attorney:
G. W. MARTIN.
It will require adroit diplomacy to
keep the Genoa conference within
bounds and prevent it from developing
into controversies that will preclude
any real accomplishments. Discus
lions of the German and Russian ques
tlons are likely to reveal bitter di-
vergence in the views of some of the
nations represented there. But if they ihh.lie
can harmonire the differences that THK
are likely to arise and formulate a
basis upon which a settlement can be
made, the conference will not have
been held in vain.
(First published la the Democrat-Chief
March I*. 1922.)
SOTICK or KBCKIV1SV RIDS COB
OIL AMD OAS LKltM
Notice la hereby given that the Com-
missioners of the Land Office of the
state of oklahoma will receive sealed
bide until two o clock P II. on the
2nd day of May. 1912. for oil and |U
leases on certain of its school a d atate
landa hereinafter deacribed. subject to
tight of the Commissioners to re-
ject any and all bida.
Kach bidder will be required to ac-
company hla bid with a certified check
or bank diaft in the aura uf One Thous-
and J ><>11ara t11 DOO 00 >. payable to the
otnmlsaioners of the land Office aa a
deposit of earneat money to Inaure the
execution of the leaae by the bidder.
an-1 th - furnishing of the ■bund aa re-
juired by law. One deposit will be
ulflcient for any number of bids Any
deposit made l y a bidder ahall be re-
turned if the bid of auch bidder is not
ptcd by the C> mmissioners of the
Kath tract will b« leaaed separately
to the highest and beat bidder for a
period of five (5) years and aa iona
thereafter a* oil and icaa may be pro-
duced thereon in paylnK quantities for
>yalty of not leaa than one-eighth
i 1-11 of the oil and gas produced
ir.-r...n and each lease ahall provide
if no well is conflicted on the
leaaed premises within one (1) )
from the date of the leaae the leasee
l.all pay to the atate an annual rental
n advance In the aura pt 11.00 per
icr<-. which payment ahail operate to
defer completion of the well during the
term of the leaae. and alao containing
auch other and further terma and con-
ditions as are by law of the atate of
Oklahoma, authorised and provided.
Ilonuaea ahall be payable in caah. No
i of i-aa than 12.00 per acre will be
Kach bid mist be filed, or delivered
the Secretary of the Commissioners
of the land Office; and If aent by mall
muii be sealed in an envelope and
rked thereon ' ISid for Oil and lias
lee." and placed inaide uf another
envelope plainly addressed to the Hec-
retary of the Commissioners of the
The number and description of the
tracts offered an- aa fi.llowa. to-wit:
klasva I aunty
Tract II: NE Sec. 13. Twp. *N. flange
20W. 1(0 acrea.
Tract 12: NW Bee. 11. Twp. IN. Range
29W. ISO acrea.
Tract 31 SE Sec. 11. Twp. tN. Range
2«W. ISO acrea.
Tract 34: l«ots 1 and 2 and El-2 of
8\V Sec. 33. Twp. «N, Range 2l)W.
For full particulars, form of bid.
rules and reflations, address:
A. S J. SHAW. Secretary.
Commisaionera of land Office.
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma.
S FOR SALE—Single comb Barron
S strain White Leghorn. 2S0 to 303
§ egg strain; eggs $5.00 per 100. Mrs.
S Geo. Thompson, Komalty, Okla.
5 WANTED—Kafir corn and cane seed,
5 quick. J. L. Flow, MX-35.
IfWl v.. lu.VIa Am..am '
s FOR SALE—100 bu. Accalla cotton
5 aeed. $1.00 per bu. Fred Collmer,
| phone OK-515.
1 FOR SALE—Registered Duroc boar,
3 wt. about 300 lbs. Sired by Path-
S finder. Dam, Cherry-Belle. W. J.
S TOR SALE ON PAYMENTS—Nearly
S new Ford coupe in good shape with
S theft proof steering wheel and spot
5 light. Price $450. Phone 170.
5 FOR SALE— Poland China Figs, 4
E months old, either sex. Big bone
S type. Pedigrees furnished. W. S.
S Dupgan, 'i mile east and 2 south.
Backbone, Muscle and
The great ambition of our farmers this coming
year is to pay off their present debts, and start with a
"Clean Slate" again.
To accomplish this it will take good management
and lots of back-bone and muscle, this coupled with h
little finincial help properly applied will put us over the
This bank stands ready to help the farmers and
will lend its money on worthy causes.
The FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BARK
(Member of Federal Reserve)
FOR SALE—Single eamb B. L Beds;
pjrjrs from mated pen hens, 75c and —
$1.00 per setting. Mrs. A. T. Her d- S
eraon, Cold Springs, Okla. s
FOR SALE—10 bushel of alfalfa S
aeed at $5.00 per busheL Frank £
FOR SALE—300 bu. Acala cotton
seed. J. H. Goldtrap, phone RW-2 g
FOR SALE—100 bu. Aeala cotton S
bale. A. G. Smith, 208 North Lowe g
WANTED—Two Hampshire gilts. C. 5
E. Slater, MX-52- ~
FOR SALE—Registered Shorthorn S
bull, 2 years old, a good, individual. 3
Rufus Carey, Hobart, Okla. g
WANTED—Riding lister with cotton S
planting attachments. T. C. Hayes. 2
Phone 511. |
In order to be of service to our friends we are running ads such a s the above for friends and customers. If you have anything to sell, or 2
2 want to buy anything, call the bank before Wednesday noon each week. E
Recognition of Mexico is apparently
an event of the very near future. It
is understood that the difficulties in
the way of restoring friendly inter-
course have largely been eliminated,
so as to make recognition not only
probable but desirable. And the soon-
that friendly relations can be re-
stored, the better it will be for the
two American republics.
Goldman gives interestng
on Russian conditions.
"Senseless and cruel methods within,''
she says, "have killed the revolution
and placed the yoke of deapotism upon
the people's neck. AH inspiration has
been paralysed; popular interest is
dead; indifference and apathy are
dominant." This, coming from one
of the world's foremost communists
and anarchists, is evidence that politi-
cal affairs in Russia have not been
too severely condemned by other ob-
servers. The United States occupiea
a perfectly sound position in deport-
ing Emma, who was such a radical Governor Small of Illinois, who is
supporter of the new regime, and who on trial for conspiring to defraud the
did all in her power to embarrass, state of Illinois, objects to the jury
this government during the dark days 1 because it conta 1
of the World War. Her native coun
Premier Lloyd George seems to be
pretty well entrenched with the Brit-
ish. The vote of confidence, 372 to 94,
on the resolution calling for confi-
dence in the government's policy on
the coming economic conference at
Genoa sets at rest the report that he
is losing his grip as premier.
sort of ladies' man and
| must be
try is now reaping the harveet sown thinks he can smile or flirt his way
by her and her ilk, and such a harvest! to liberty.
What has overtaken Ruasia would
overtake the United States if our peo-
ple should become insane enough to
adopt the wild ideas put forth and
supported by the radical* of the coun-
The time may come when an issue
of a daily newspaper well be published
without an account of a robbery or a
murder. When the time does come,
we should begin to prepare for the
la the District ( oarI la aad Far Klawa
t'ttual), atate af Oklahoma.
It. H. ANDERSON, riainttiff,
BRICE H. BCHLOTZHAt'ER.
T T OUARANTY
HANK or HOflAltT. OKLA- No. 1727
HOMA. a Corporation. J. W.
D1M.INOKK. CHARLES D.
HA NET and M. C. PARK
and HOY TALLUEE. Defend-
Th defendant*. Hrlce H. Schlos-
hauei. I>ollle Kchlotzhauer. Charles £>.
Haney and M. C. Park and each of
them, will take notice that they have
been sued in the above entitled cause
H. H. Anderson. In the District
Court In and for Kiowa County. Mate
of Oklahoma, and that they must ans-
wer the petition or aald plaintiff, H.
Anderson, on or before the Uth day
of May. 1911. or Judgement will be < n-
t-r<•«! against th.-m and each of th< m,
according to the prayer of the petition,
filed in aald cauae; that the petition
aaks for judgement aa agalnat the de'
fendants, Brice 11. Bchlolshauer. and
Doille Sahlotxhauer. for the aggreKBte
sum of Iloxo.4 4. debt, together with
interest on such sum at the rate of
10 per cent per annum from the 17
day of March. 1S12. for 1100.00 attor-
ney V fees, and coata of aald action,
and for forecloaure of a second mort-
gage covering the Southwest quarter
of Section Thirty-two (12). Township
HI* <«) North. Range Sixteen <1<) W- st
I. M . In Kiowa County. State of Okla
lioinn. aa against each and all of the
defendants in aaid cause, and sale
aaid real-estate for the payment of
And the defendants above named will
further take notice that o
first day of May. 1(12. at the hour of
clock, a. m . or aa soon thereafter
can be heard at the Diatrict
Court room, at the Court House,
Hobart, oklahoma, the plaintiff will
ke application to the Diatrict Court
and for Kiowa County. State of Ok
lahoma, for the appointment of a re
celver to take charge of the real-estate
in\olved in said action, and collect
rents and profits of same.
Dated thia 27 day of March. 1122.
(Seal) ELI-A WHITE.
GEORGE L ZINK.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
IS. Townahip 6 North of Range
1 Weal of the Indian Meridian,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
Kiowa county. Oklahoma.
to satisfy a Judgment and decree of
foreclosure in fa>or uf said plaintllf
and against said defendants. D. M.
K>-cse and Myrtle Reese for the sum
of | *J.20 debt, with Interest from Au-
gust 15th. l Zt. until paid, and all
cests of said action. Including fTO.wu
attorney's fees, snd in favor of the
Antrim Lumber Comany, a cor-
poration. defendant and cross-petition-
er against the said defendant. L>. M.
Reese, for the sum of $2,057.03 debt,
with 10 per cent interest from May
13. 1921. and all costs, including $220.70
attorney's fees, obtained aad made In
said court on the 15th day of August,
1. I will on the 1st day vT May A
1 22, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M
of said day. at the west front door of
the court houae In the city of Hobart.
said county and state, offer for
sale and sell to the highest bidder for
. ash, subject to said $3,500.00 mortgage
the said property above deacribed. or
much thereof as will satisfy said
udgments. with intere-1 and coats. In
eluding said attorney's ees.
Witneaa my hand this the 2<th day
of March A. D. IMS. p r ^
Sheriff Kioa County. Okla.
Ty W. T. Can . L'ndersherlff.
JAMES It. TOl.BERT.
Attorney for P anltlff.
What has become of the old-fash
ioned man who was always saying to
his neighbors in Hobart that "it ain't
the money, it's the principle of the
laaiah Moore of Indianapolis, Ind.,
who has thirteen marrieges to h i a
credit, has been sentenced to serve
from two to fourteen years in the
state reformatory on a charge of em-
Verxlement and was fined $1,000 and
cosia mkl lil/.'iiint'.J ed for five y
He was also sentenced to . erve from. ' art
two to five years on a charge of big- . boys lon« to be president and others
amy, having entered a plea of guilty, j only long for a chance to carry water
Taking into account the number of ,to a circus elephant.
marriage licenses he has had to buy, |
the number of officers he has had to One of the things that seems to
pay for performing marriage cere-.worry the average Hobart girl most
monies, expenses for divorces and the is she can't find out why her mother
I MONUMENTS AT COST |
like, it is little wonder that he was
driven to embezclement. However,
the warden of the penitentiary had
better keep an eye on Moore, for if
he gets a chance he will run off and
marry tlvat official's wife, if he has
is so "old-fashioned."
It has been our observation that a
lot of the fellows we call princes only
need a little encouragement to net
drunker than a lord.
The most commendable feature
about the coal strike is, it did not
become effective until after winter
had parsed out.
The Order of Honeheads has a great
future, due to the fact that there is
so much available material from
which to build.
You can't escape taxation. Ameri-
can citixens living in Cuba, South
Amerca, Mexico or elsewhere, must
pay taxes to the United States on
incomes derived from source* within
foreign countries, according to a state-)
ment just issued by the internal rev- j
enue bureau. The only way to eacape
taxation by this country is to take out Some feUows conten(| thal Wb|.
naturalisation papers elsewhere. Then Uon u on, , joke but Q , f oth,r
the chances «e the country of your ^,loWH ^ , buij
adoption would tax you twice as much ncs.s
os you are assessed here. Hence there i ———
is nothing to do but grin and endure. | With all the treaties out of the way,
————— I congress might, with propriety, pro-
ceed with legislation.
(Klrat Published In The Itemocrat
Chief. March 10. It22.)
KOTICK OK IHHRIKri BALE OK
I.A.MM KOMKCLOai HE
Notice Is hereby given that In pur-
suance of an order of sale laaaed out
of the diatrict court of Kiowa county,
Oklahoma, on the 27th day of March
A. 1>. 1(22. in an action wherein Dlck-
inson-ltecd-ltanderson Company, a cor-
poration. was plaintiff, and Charlie II.
\Vt|il« Owen :tnd Vera Own
ntmua, uiu..i■: to .iK. i ir
underaiitned sheriff of Kiowa county,
romnianding me to levy upon, and
sell, without appraisement, the follow-
lag deacrlbcd property:
The East half of Section Number
Seventeen «17 and the Southeast
guarter of Section Number Kight
ID and the Southeast Quarter of
Section Number Eighteen I IS I.
Township Number Three (3) North
of Range Number Seventeen (17)
W. I M.
lying and situated In the said Kiowa
county and state of Oklahoma, said
sale to be made subject to a first Inert -
Kaic>- on said land In the sum of
I7.&00.0H. to aatlsfy a Judgment and de-
cree or foreclosure In favor of said
plaintiff and against the said defend-
ant. <*harlle It. Miller, obtained and
maie in said court on the 3i'ih day of
August A. It. 1S21 for the sum of
the Cauaty Caart. <1 Ci
In the matter of the petit on
H. L. Biddy to fix and -M;
bllsh heirship to real estate
as hereinafter stated.
To Mary A laws. wld< w; I-a>ira B.
Ray field. Maude Laws. V'nnl® Moore-
head. Lucy Al. Hunter. Wa.: Ijiws. C.
W. I.aws. and J. Ray lawa. o.'ly helrs-
at-law and next of kin of juries M.
laws, deceased, and record cla nants.
you and each of you are hereby n,,l fled
that H. L. Biddy has filed his vei • d
petition In said court, that the slvle .if
the court, title of the case, and nun -
ber hereof la as shown in the captlc, i
hereto, and is for the purpose of li
ing and establishing the death of James
laws, and to ascertain and fix tha
heirship to lot fifteen, block fifty-one
the original townsite of the city
of Hobart, said county and state, of
which said Jsmes M. laws, died seised,
and ta confirm the title in and to said
lot In petitioner. H. L. Biddy.
And you and each of you are notified
that the said court has set and fixed
Tuesday the Uth day of May. A. D.
1 22. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day. In the court house in Hobart,
said county and ttate. In the room us-
ually occupied by the county Judge to
hear said petition, when you or any
or either of you can appear and be
heard, otherwise said petition will be
taken as true, snd an order and de-
cree rendered therein as In said petition
Dated this ISth day of March. A. D.
(SEAL) J. S. CARPENTER.
Judge of County Court
W. A. PHELPS.
Attorney for Petitioner.
SOTICE OK SAI.K
Notice is hereby irlven that on the
10th day ef April, IMS. at the hour of
1 o'clock p. m. of said day. 1, the under-
signed sheriff of Kiowa county. Okla-
homa. will sell at public auction, for
, a h In hand, to the highest bidder, at
| THE RESURRECTION §
I robs the grave of much of its sadness, yet it is only fitting t!iat g
• we erect memorials over the last earthly resting place of our s
3 friends. S
[ Hobart Marble & Granite Works |
i One block west of City Hall. J. M. UNDERDOWN, Prop. |
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l.eiiaea mm Certain Public Landa af - 3'
The Stale af Oktaha*-- -
The Commissioners of the Land Of-I ~
flee of the State of Oklahoma will re- i
ceive sealed bida for the r>-leaaing of |
hereinafter described tracts of the . S
public, stale and school lands of the 1 —
atate of Oklahoma for oil and gas pur- . —
poses, consisting of developed and un-l —
developed lands. All leases will be 5
made upon s*-ai*-d bids to be opened at s
the office of the Secretary to the Com- S
mlssionera of the land Office at th* (S
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. on the 25th
day of April. 1922, and aaid leases will
be sold and such sales made in accord-
ance with the terms and conditions as
hereinafter set out.
Each of said tracts of land
re-leaeed separately to the highest and
best bidder, subject to the preference
right of the person or persons, corpor-
ation or corporations, who are named
under each tract hereinafter described
as the owner of the preference right.
to release aald tract at the maximum
rate of rentals and bonuses that may
be offered therefor.
No bida will be considered by the
Commissioners of the land office for
any tract herein advertised which shall
be leaa than two dollara per acre.
Any bidder other than thu owner of
the preference right to releaae any
tract ahall. before filing his bid. In ad-
dition to the cash bonus offered and
bid for an oil and gaa leaae on any
auch tract, deposit with the Commis-
aionera of the land Office the ap-
praised value of the Improvements and
equipments on such tract or tracts blu
for. In cash or by certified check or
bank draft for the amount of such ap-
praised value, payable to the owner
of the preference right to release such
tract or tracts of land named heretn-
under auch tract or tracta. with which
to pay for said Improvements and
equipment in the event the owner of
the preference right to re-leaae auch
tract or tracts does not exercise his
or its preference right to re-lease the
same at the highest bid offered there-
for. and that the improvements and
equipment on any auch tract or tracts
of land bid for. as herein described.
shall become the property of the suc-
cessful bidder In the event that the
owner of the puference right to re-
lease the same shall not exercise his
or its preference right to re-lase such
tract or tracts provided, that the own-
er of the preference right of any such
tract or tracta of land herein named
shall have fifteen days after the bids
on any such tract or tracts are opened
by the Commissioners of the land Of-
fice, within which to determine snd
notify the Commissioners of the land
Office whether It or he desires to ex-
ercise Its or his preference right to
re-lesse such tract or tracts at the
maximum rate of rentals and bonuses
Each bid. in addition to the deposit
to pay for the improvements and equip-
ment. shall be accompanied by a cer-
tified check or bank draft In the sum
Oi une Thousand Dollars tH.000.00l.
payable to the Commissioners of the
land Office, as a deposit of earnest
money to inaure the execution of the
lease by the bidder and the furnishing
of the bond aa required by law. Pro-
vided that one depoait In the said
amount of One Thousand Dollars
(tl.OOO.OO) shall entitle the bidder to
bid on one or all of said tracts. Said
sum of One Thousand Dollars
(11.000.00) deposited by any bidder
earnest money in compliance with this
requirement, .-hall be returned to aald
bidder if the bid of such bidder la not
accepted by tne Commissioners of the
upon oil and gss teases upon
Immediately returned to the respective
bidders SO depositing the same.
In the event the owner of the pre-
ference right to re-lease any tract or
tracts hereinafter described, now being
developed or operated, fails to elect
to exerclae hia preference right to re-
leaae the same, the successful bidder
shall pay to the owner of the prefer-
ence right to re-lease such tract or
tracts, in addition to the heretofore
sppraised value of Improvements and
equipment on such tract or tracts, the
cost of all Improvements and equip-
ment plsced by the owner of the pre-
ference right upon any such tract or
tracts between the date o f th e ap-
praisement of the Improvements and
equipment on such tract or tracts
by the Hoard of Appraisers appointed
Commisioners of the land Of-
of the clerk's office of the district
court In and for Kiowa County, state
of Oklahoma, on the 18th day of March
A. D. 1922. in an action wherein J. L.
Natlona waa plaintiff and John R
Jones and J. Russell Jones, wer-' de-
fendants. John 11. Jones also being
a cross-petitioner commanding me *0
levy upon property belonging to the
said J. L. Nations, plaintiff, sufficient
to satisfy a Judgment rendered in said
action in favor of John B. Jones, cross-
petitioner. and against the said J. U
Nations, for the sum of |5.H .lft. to-
gether with all costs of said action. In-
cluding IS44.lt attorney's fee, }t.941.50
of said Judgment bearing 10 per cent
interest from February 1. 1922. and
1225.SO bearing interest at the rate
of 6 per cent from February 1. 1921:
have levied upon the Interest In snd
flee and the date of the awarding of to certain lands and tenements belon*-
the lease thereon to such successful Ing to the said J. L. Nations, not ex-
bidder. Such cost shall be paid In caah empt from sale under execution, for
by the successful bidder to the owner want of roods and chattels of the said
of the preference right to re-lease any J. L. Nations, to-wlt:
Married at thirteen, divorced at flf-
teen, and remarried again before she1 „ ,,
was sixteen, is the record of a Louis- S"nlc « "«er break an en-
iana girl. This is progressive matri- Mgement. but quite often an en*age-
mony. If she lives to reach the bibi- | ment breaks them.
cal age limit of three score years: v, ... ,, t A.
and ten, she will doubtless break the I Now 01,1 the mothers can vot* th'
world's marriage record.
and stale of Okla-
II.Tit .17. and costs, including 1150.00
atlorney'a fees. with Interest on
11.554.17 at the rale of 10 per cent
per annum from Auguat 30th. 1921. and
• oata accruing; I will on the lat day
of May A. 1). 1922. at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M of aaid day. at the west
front door of th« court house In the
city of Hobart In aaid county and stale,
ofler for aale and aell to the highest
bidder for caah. the aald properly above
deacribed, aubject to aald
mortgage, or so much thereof as will
satisfy said Judgment, with interest
and coats. Including said attorney's fee
Witness my hand this the 27lh day of
March A. D 1922.
C R. LEE.
Sheriff Kiowa County, okla
lly W. T. 1'.ami, l'ndersherlff
J A M ITS It TOI.llKltT.
Attorney for I'laln'lff.
The west 1-2 of the southwest
quarter of Section 11 In Township
5 North of Range 17, W. I. M.. M.' -
lect to a mortgage ti. the Aetna
Life Insurance Company for j:'000.
Said sale will be made to aatlsfy a
Judgment obtained by A. E. larson
nst E. W. Oraves and nertha
flravea. In the sum of 1712.95 with In-
st and cost, and a further Judgment
Inst the same parties In favor of
First Hank of Roosevelt In the sum
of |84*.7R with Interest and cost, and
to satisfy a decree of foreclosure fore-
eloslng a real estate mortgage held
by the plaintiff on said property and
ne held by defendant. First Hank of
Roosevelt on the same property, said
(First published In the Democrat-Chief
March 10. 1922.)
SOTICK OK Hi:itlKK*« «M.E Ol
1.AMiti roHKf i.osritt:
Notice Is hereby given, that In pur
suance of an order of aale Issued out
r the district rourt of Kiowa county
oklahoma, on the 27th day i f March
A. D 1922. In an action when In Dick
teed-Handel son Company, a cor
1 mum uwjr-nineing. ;poratlon, was plaintiff, and D. M
"™~^— 1 Rsese. Myrtle lleeec and Antrim Liim
If that Panhandle shower yesterday They say the cost of living is chang- f,"dsn™P*d're,.*.
was not sufficient to satisfy you, you ing, but to us it still costs all that signe-i. sheriff of Kiowa county. ,om
should move out of the country. It we have. 'The" f'.lh, "n's
w«i the l est the weatherman had on 1 des-r'bed property
land, and the best should be sufflc-' Ti*res may be hard, but there are ""''tsag
candidates don't seem to be doing so
plenty of investor* in gold brick.
The Hneth" «l Ouarler of
th ■ court
such tract or tracts within ten day
after the lease Is awarded to any such
successful bidder; and If any such suc-
cessful bidder and the owner of the
preference right to re-lease any such
tract or tracta shall be unable to agree
upon the amount of such costs as to
any tract or tracts, then the amount
of such costs shall be determined by
the Commissioners of the land Office,
and their determination of the amount
shall be binding upon both parties.
All bonuses bid by the bidder for a
lease on any tract ar tracts shall be
payable In cash at the time the lease
Is executed and delivered to the suc-
cessful bidder and no oil bonus will be
Each bid must be on file with or de-
livered to the Secretary to the Com-
missioners of the land Office upon the
date and hour set for the opening of
said bids. If bid be sent In by mall.
Bids upon oil and gas leases upon it must be sealed In an envelope and
ach of such tracts will be received I marked thereon "Hid for oil and gas
• , ... .uoly. and that each of said tracts | lease." and placed inside of another
leased separately for
produced thereon, and to the highest 1 land Office, and marked thereon "Oil
Judgments being obtained In
f A. E. I arson, plaintiff, vs. c w.
Oraves. Ilertha Oraves. John Mul-
downey. Ed Allison and First Rank of
Roosevelt, defendants, pending In the
district court of Kiowa county. Okla-
Witness my hand this 3rd day of
C. R. LEE.
Sheriff Kiowa County. Okla.
Py W. T. Oann. l'ndersherlff.
XOTICK TO mBDITOM
In the matter of the estate of Elmer
All persons hsvlng claims agslnat
Klmer Emmons, deceased, are required
to present the same, with the neces
sary vouchers, to the undersigned ad
mlnistratrlx at her place of residence
at Anadarko. Okla.. RFD 1. within
four months of the date hereof, or the
same will be forever barred.
Dated March 21. 1922
MITII'I; TO CREDITORS
In the mslter'of the estate of John
Ml perrons having claims against
John Funk, deceased are required
present the same, with the necessary
1 hers 1 ■ IV undersigned admlnl-
trstor. at hla place of business at (In
t-bo. oklahoma within four monthr
of the dale hereof or the same will b'
Dated March 7. 192*
M. H. A VITTtSON.
sponsible bidder, subject to the right
of the Commissioners of the land Of-
fice to reject any and all bids.
The lands herein will be leased for
the period of five (5) years and as
long thereafter as oil and gaa may be
produced therefrom in paying quantl-
said lease will further provide
thst If no well Is completed upon any
tract so leased wllnln one year from
the date of the leaae. the lessee ahall
pay to the state of Oklahoma, an an-
nual rental In advance, the sum of
une Dollar (11.00) per acre, which pay-
ment shsll operate to defer the com-
pletion of the well during the year for
which such rental Is paid, from year
ar during the term of the lease;
snd that said leases will contain such
other and further terms and condl-
fauseMills aa are hereinafter stated and set
forth under the respective tracts of
land advertlaed and as Is by the laws
of the state of Oklahoma authorised
If the owner or owners of the pre-
ference right to re-lease any of the
hereinafter described tract or tracta
of land shall fall within fifteen days
after the bida are opened and the
Commlaaloners have decided what or
which Is the highest or beat bid. to
elect to take auch lease at the hid
found by the Commlaaloners to be the
highest and best hid. then and there-
upon the sum of money deposited by
the successful bidder with which to pay
for the Improvementa and equipments
on auch tract or tracts of land, shall
be by the Commissioners of the land
Office paid and delivered to the said
owner of the preference right to re-
lease said trait or tracts of land,
and upon psvment of said sum of mon-
ey, so deposited to auch owner of the
preference right to re-lease any tracts
of land the sueeesaful bidder, ahal
upon the execution of the lease cover
ing such tract or tracta of land. an<
the bond provided for by statute, and
the compllsnce with th terms of his
or Its hid become the o'vner of the
prov<r-ients and eijiipmenta on said
tract or tracts of la> * Provide tha
If the Comm's-ioners • f the land Of
flee, shall reieet all h'da offered on
any fact or tracts of land, th' -eupoe
all moneys deposited by the bidders a-
earnest money in connection with tbelr
bids on such tract, and all moneys 4e
posited by hlddrrs on such tract o
tra-ts foe the purpoae of psvtnr the
••alti" of the lo*eeovrmerts and eoulo-
menta on such tract or tracts, shall be
and Oaa Rid
A full and complete Inventory of all
Improvementa and equipment on each
of the following tracta of land has been
made and is on file In the office of the
Secretary to the Commlaslonera of the
land Office for the Inspection of the
No bid will be considered that tends
to change or alter the time in which
drilling is to commence, the amount
f royalty or any other condition here
In set out.
The Commissioners of the land Of
flee reserve the right to reject any
andd all bids.
The number and description of the
tracts of land to be leased, the ap-
praised value of tha Improvements and
equipment on such tracts and the own-
er of the preference right to re-leaae
such tracts, at the maximum rate of
rentals and bonusea that may be of
fered therefor, and sddltlonal terms
and conditions required for leasing
said tracts, are aa follows, to wit:
Tract No. IS. SE1-4 of Sec. 17. T.
t, R. 15W. ISO acrea; owner of prefer-
ence rluht to re-leaae. Empire (las A
Fuel Co of Delaware. Bartlesville.
Washita aad Klawa Caaatlea
Tru-t No. t*. N't- 2 and plats 1. 2
1. 4. I. 7. snd * of 81-2 of Sec. S«. T
IN R 15W. «5«.m acres; owner of
preference right to re-lease. Empire
• las Sk Fuel Company of Delaware,
Tract No. 17. Nl-2 ard that portion
"f the N1-2 of SI-2 of Sec 1«. T. *N.
It. 1(W. lying and being In Washita
rounty, and more particularly describ-
ed aa lots 1. I, 1 and 4 of aald Sec
St. T. IN. ti 1SW. and that portion of
the SI-2 of Sl-2 of See J*. T. UN. R.
ltW. lying and being In Kiowa county,
and more particularly deacribed as lota
1, 2. S and 4 of aald Sec. 1«, T. UN.
R. IIW. *75 4« acrea: owner of prefer-
ence Ight to release Empire Oaa A
"""I c. mpany of Delaware. Bartles-
ville. "t ta.
For ■ -ii "i-tlcii'ars. form of bid.
nles d - "'at "ns, address:
A. S J SHA'V. Secretary.
Corn « 'tier of land Office,
' V-hnina City. Oklahoma
The Interest of the aaid J. L. Na-
tlona. by virtue of an oil lease from
the state of Oklahoma, dated July
It. 1911. to T. 11. Donnell. and as-
signed by the said T. B. Donnell to
the said J. L. Nations, and assigned
by the said J. U Nations to the
said John B. Jones as J. B. Jones,
and reassigned by the said John B.
Jones, as J. B. Jones, to the
aaid J. L. Natlona. in and to
the following described real
estate, to-wlt: All of the east half
of the northwest quarter of the
northwest quarter (except t acrea
out of the northeast corner of the
aaid eaat half assigned to A. H.
Huling by said T. B. Donnell, on
or about January 29, 1920. which
assignment la of record In the of-
fice of the commlaaloners of the
land office of the atate of Okla-
homa In the state capltol and is
hereby referred to for a better de-
scription of aaid 14 acresi. In Sec-
tion 34. Township 7. North of Range
lfi W. I. M.. containing 14 acres. In
Kloa-a county. Oklahoma.
and have duly caused said Interest In
and to said lands and tenements to be
appraised according to law. at 1501 00;
now, therefore, notice la hereby given
that in pursuance of the commands of
said writ. I will offer for aale and sell
for cash to the highest bidder, said
Interest In said landa and tenementa.
or so much thereof as will satisfy the
Id Judgment and coats. Including said
attorney's fees, on the 24th dav or
April. A. P. 1922. at 10:00 o'clock a.
m.. of aald day. at the west front door
of the court house In the city of Ho-
bart. In said county and state
Witness my hand this 23rd day of
March. A. D. 1922.
r. r. lee.
Sheriff of Kiowa Countv. Okla.
By W. T. Oann.
JAMES R. TOLBBRT.
Attorney for John B. Jones,
Cross-pe 1111 oner.
HOTtC" OK SAI.K
9 2 wM
Notice la hrrrhv given that In Pur-
suance of a writ of execution laaued out
In the DIstHet Caart af Klawa Caaaty,
Slate af Oklalsaa.
MAT MACE. Plaintiff
▼a. No. IMg
CARL MACE. Defendant.
NOTICE FOR SERVICE BY
The State of Oklahoma:
To Carl Mace, defendant In the above
entitled ault: Tou are hereby notified
that you have Seen sued In the above
named rourt. That the names of tha
partlea plaintiff and defendant In suclt
suit, and the court where the same Ig
brought. Is as the same are set out In
the caption hereto. You are further
notified that you must answer the pe-
tition filed In the above nameif
court by the above named plaintiff,
on or before the *th dav of May.
A. D. 1922. or said petition will be
taken as true, and a Judgment render-
ed In aald cause against you, forever
divorcing plaintiff from you. and giv-
ing to her the custody of the following
named minor children of said ma-rlaga
with plaintiff, towlt: liert, Ned an<t
Dotherty Mare, and awarding ahmonv
to plaintiff aa la prayd In her said
netltion. and dividing the property of
nla'nf'f and defendant between you
■ nd plaintiff, will be rendered accord-
(SEAL) • ELL \ WH1TW
Con^t Clerk. Kiowa County, Okla.
Rv C. IT. Llerett. Denuty Court Clerlt
KEYS * HOtltnTRAtV,
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