The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1922 Page: 2 of 4
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Hall Mercantile Co.
Boise City Okla.
We are earring a complete line of Dry goods and Notions for
your benifit and convenience.
We are doing1 our best to furnish you this line of standard brand
Merchandise at prices that will save you money, if we are not saving you
money it is because you are not trading with us.
Buy at Home
Your dollar buys more value and greater
satis action here than any
Hall Merc. Co.
I. I. Hall
FARM loams and trades
ing that default has been made in
said mo rtgage that plaintiff have a
first lien against said premises, to
thej amount for which judgment will
be taken as aforesaid and ordering
said premises to be sold without ap-
praisement to satisfy said judgment
ncluding an attor
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Offjce at Guthrie^ Okla.
February 2nd. 1922.
Notice is hereby gjven that Mrs
Jennje Cooper of Kenton Oklahoma, j interest and costs,
l.who on March 15th, 1917th made nCy cf 556.00
Need to raise money on thefarm? | Homestead Entry, No. 011293, for N. p ]^ckinney Court Clerk.
We have plenty of money —alwaysj 1-2. SVV1-4 Sec. 28 and Nl-2, SE 1-4 gy Chas- Margo. Deputy
ready—on good loans. SEC. 29, Township 6 N Range 1 E., L E mll Attorney.
Inspected from here, no waiting. I Cimarron Merridian, has filed n0tice First polished Feb. 23rd last Mar9th
Farmers State Bank Texhoma Okla- of intention to make Three Years
19tf. Proof, to establish c'aim to the land «
| ab0Ve described, before E. B. Mc-; NOTICE OF SALE OF
Mahan County Judge Cjmarron Coun- REAL-EST'AT
ty Boise Cjty, Oklahoma on the 15th
, ,, v ,no„ ' In tne Matter of the Estate of
I *y.0 arC . Qharles C. Nettleton, Incompetent
01.,a,ant rames M 'N hereb iv(.„ of
John Thorn, Myrtle Thorp, James W. • r .
on 01-lahoma jvoximy of tJim&iTon "arate"r)x "oifft-
1 homa made on the 20th day of Feb-
Fjrst Published Feb. 9th, out Mar.9. ruary 1922 t h
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
State of Oklahoma,
Cimarron County, ss.
In District Court
Cimarron County Bank a corporation
J. A. Ellis and Rose Ellis Defendants
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of saie issued out
of the District' Court of Cimarron
County Oklahoma on the 21st day of
February 1922 in an action wherein
Cimarron County Bank a corporation
was plaintiff and J. A. Ellis nnd J
Rose El is were defendants, directed #
to me the under signed sheriff of Z
Cimarron County commanding f
me to levy upon and sell the fol-1 9
'owing described property to-wit; j •
The \V- 1-2 of the Southeast quarter; J
of Section 14 and the west haJf of 1 |
of the Northeast quarter of Section j
twenty three all in Township five N.I j
of Rartre five. East of the Cimarron ,
Merridian in Cimarron County 0k,a- *
homa to satisfy ajudgmennt and de- I
cree of foreclosure in favor of said r
plaintifF and against said defendants
obtained and made in said court on,
the 7th day of June 1921 for the sum
of $638.26 and costs in sum of $86.80 (
with innterest thereon at ten per J
centt per annum from June 7th 1921 j
and costs accrueing. I will on the 27 ♦
dav of March 1922 at the hour of 2
o'clock P. M. of said day at the front -
door of the Court house in the town j
of Boi5*? cit;y. in said county and I
State offer for sale aqd sell to the .
highest bidder for cash the said prop j
ertv above described or so much there , QolleCtionS
of as will satisfy said judgment with j
interest aad costs.^ I ,
Witness my hand this Slst day of ■ (jflggS,
February 1922. j
F. A. Soutar Sheriff of Cimarron
First Pub. Feb. 23rd. last Mar- 23rd
Douglas ® Barns Grain Co.
Dealers in all kinds of
WTe buy wheat, all Kinds of maize
andfcaffir, in fact all kinds of grain.
We meet all competitors prices
at other points.
We handle all kinds of Flour and
Meal, Shorts, Bran, Chops, etc. etc.
Btst Colo. Coal 011 the market
I Douglas & Barnes Prop.
O. S. SHAW
General Law Practice
Use News Want Ads for Results.
Double Standard Polled Hereford Bulls for Sale
Some Good ones Coming 2 yr.
W. A. THRASH WHEELESS, OKLA..
WE BUY SELL AN1> EXCHANGE FARMS
ranches, 'and city property, wk
Unu run !>• ,- ■ . M U 1" YOIIB
CO. BOISE CITY OKLA,
If you want to buy or sell real es-
tate in Cimarron County, see or
write Jno F. Graham, Boise City.
I f yon want to sell rent or lease
your land here in Cimarron Co.
write u?, we will be glad to look
after your interests here.
Pioneer Realty Co. Boise City.
NPjED to raise money on the
farm? We have plenty of money
a!—ways ready — on good loans
InnecUd fun; lure, no wait
Farmers State Bank,
Texhoma Okla, 19tf
PUKE SEED FOR SALE
Maize 3 1-2 cents per pound.
Standard Kaffir 3 1 2 c per lb
Dvvarl Kaffir 3 1-2 c ptr pound
H.vgaria 3 1 2 cents per pound
White sourless cane 2 ct per lb
Yellow dent corn t 2 cts per lb.
Blu^ liibbon corn 2 C2nts per lb
June corn 2 cents per pound.
Ail hand thrashed.
Monico Castaneda Boise
City Oklahoma 31t4
Fire Insur.innce of all kinds
se or write Jr.o. F. Graham, Boise
City, Okla. 12-16tf
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
J. B. Campbell Register
ruary 1922 the undersigned
Guardian of the ESt;ate of Charles £•
Nettleton ipeompetent will sell at
private sale to the highest: bidder
Department of the Interior. U. S. subject to confirmation by said Court
LAND OFFICE at Guthrie, Okla. j on Saturday the l* *.h clay of March A
February 6, 1922 D. 1922, at 10 o'c'ock A.M. at Boise
Notjce is hereby given that Richard C^V Oklahoma all the right title
C. Pyles of Kenton, Okla., who. on and interest of said Charles C.Nettie-
March 2(). 1918, made Homestead Ap- t " Incompetent in and to the follow-
plication 2nd entry Act. Sept. 5, inS described real estate situated in
1914 No. 011933, for S half Sw quar-, Cimarron County State of Oklahoma,
ter Sec. 23 and'N. half NW quarter,' to-wit: All of Section thirty one and
Section 26,'Township 6 N, Range 1 th® Northwest quarter of Section 32
East of the Cimarron Meridjan has in Township one North of Range 4
filed notice of intentjon to make East of the Cimarron Meridian and
three year proof, to establish claim the South west quarter Section 36 in
to the land above described, before Township one North of Range three
E. B. McMahan, County Judge of E-st of the Cimarron Meridian.
Cimarron Countv Oklahoma at Boise Slid rent-estate will be sold on the
City. Oklahoma, on the 21st day of fl owing te-ms and conditions, towit
March 1922. ! the assumption of recorded mortages
ion never knew that
Com Hakes could be
Claimant names as witnesses:
Oliver W. Tuckekr, John Tharp,
Wjlliam M Pennock, and David C!
Johnson all of Kennon: Oklahoma
J. B. Campbell
Pub.Feb. 16, 23,Mar. 2 9 and 16
acainst same and the balance to be
paid in cash.
Bids for the purchase thereof must j
be in writing and must be filed in the j
County Court or delivered to the un- j
dersigned at Boise City Oklahoma.
Dated the20th day of Februaryl922 ;
Abbie T. Nettleton.
First Pub Feb. 23rd -last Mar. 9th.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
S. Land office at guthrie Okla.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
State of Oklahoma
In the District Court of Cimarron
P. M. Hargrove Plaintiff
Lil ian M. Bradley Defendant.
Slate ofOk'ahoma to Lillian M. Brad-
S vd dr f" f'ant will take notice
that she has ueen sued by P. M.
Hargrove f. r- the recovery of a iudg—
n,-n; on a C-tain rote given by said!described, before E. B. McMahan.
Yfv-v- t tc M-n,.v E E'loitt on the I County Judffe of Cir arron County Okia
dav of Mav 1919. for the sum horr.a, at Boise City Oklahoma, "en :hc j
I of sr00.00 with interest there on '11th day f Aj til, 1922.
1 .■■■ . ."to of "per cent j Q; jmants names as witnesses.
Art-ur • ;..m, An; e 1'uiis of Gr j
' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Offjce at Guthrie, Okl.t.
February 24th 1922
NOTICE is hereby siven that Jettie j
James, of Griggs Oklahoma, who. on
March 4th, 1919, made Homestead
Entry, No. 012315, for N. E, J. Section
84, Township 1 North Range S East,
Cimarron Meridian, has.filed notice cf
intention t make fi' :il three > eir Prcof
jto establ -h claim to the and chovc :
February 2Ith 1P2
'Tiven to set
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ten that C« ra M
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roof, to estabUsh
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claim to 1
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re of Cimarron
Bo ss City Okla-
1 the 'fo;*ru:
hou a. on tiie 10th
of April, l;'-2.
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ard for foreclosui
even date with said rote
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by <f:d on r.- he-
i h. dav of Anril 1922 or
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J. B. Campbell, Register
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Such delicious flavor, such crispy crunchiness never before was believed
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It isn't fair to yourself and your family not to share in the pleasures
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Insist upon your grocer supplying KELLOGG'S Corn
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package that bears the signature of W. K. Kellogg,
originator of Corn Flakes. NONE ARE GENUINE
WITHOUT IT! * * ^
Don't forget, KELLOGG'S Cora Flakes
are made by the folks who gave you the
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Flakes explains how you can obtain another
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Also makers of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooked and krumbled
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; a residence
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6 to accept o r re-
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to, and adjudg-
j 100 Acres 2 miles south of
Re's- Cit fenced 40 acres broke
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The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1922, newspaper, March 9, 1922; Boise City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234294/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.