The Oklahoma Democrat (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1916 Page: 7 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA DEMOCRA
PHY pay the high prices you have
been paying for your plumbing
work, when you can have it done
just as good or a little better for less money?
1^rE defy competition when it comes
to reasonable charges and good
workmanship. <J Our stock is abso-
lutely new and of the highest class. No better
shown for the money. Let us make you an estimate
on anything you may have to do in the plumbing
Our Customers Are Our
222 W Commerce—Telephone 109
Published Aug. 24, .11, Sept. 7, H, 21,
In the District Court of Jackson
Thf Aetna building and Loan Asso-
ciation, a corporation, i'laintifr, vs. p.
1. Roberts, Annie 1$. Roberts, H. M.
(iontry, Mrs. II M. Gentry, hi." wife,
8. II. fohnson. W. S. Mead, M. .1.
Mead, his wife, Defendants. No. 1678.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant'
to an order of sale issued out of thuj
District <>mrt of Jackson county, Okla-
homa, on the 21st day of August, lDlfi,
(in the above entitled action, directed to,
me, the undersigned, Sheriff of Jackson '
county, Oklahoma, commanding me to I
: levy upon, ana .sell, with uppruisement, ;
! the following described property, to-
wit: Lot two (2) in Rlock seventeen • <
(17) in Hightower'h First Addition to!
the town of Altus, Jackson county, Ok-
lahoma, to satisfy a judgment and de-
jcrec of foreclosure in favor of said
plaintiff, and against said defendants,
; obtained and made in said court on the, _
112th day of July, 1910, for the sum of I
; $496.7H with interest at the rate of ten "
i per cent |>er annum from the date of
i said judgment until paid, the further
sum of 125.00, attorney's fee, aid coats
of suit, and costs accruing. 1 will, on
the 2f>th day of September, 1916, at the
hour of 2 o clock p. m., of said day, at
the front door of the court house in the
city of Altus, in said county and state,
offer for aale and sell to the highest
bidder, for cash, the property above
described, or so much thereof as will
satisfy said judgment, with interest
Witness my hand this 22nd day of
„L , J. C. FORD,
Sheriff of Jackson county, Oklahoma.
By R. F. Goodloo, Undersheriff.
John S. Dean and Jno. D. Rogers,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Cotton Seed Meal
and Hulls Mixed,
PUT UP IN 100-lb Sicki
Is the Best and Cheapest
Feed lor yo r Cow or Horse
For Sale by Feed Dealers or
ALTUS COTTON OIL MILL
i Keep Your Money at Home 1
Our Choice Flour ia sold by all merchant*.
You can get it at the right figure. You can
get the right price for your grain and all
grain products at our mill.
| Leger Mill Company foiL,™ j
; OIL ON ROADS MAKE
4 Hundreds of men will be in the ]
Anarket for bulls this year. The i Farm and Fireside, the nation-
§ man who buys a full grown bullj al farm paper published at
Springfield, Ohio, says:
"The dusty season is upon us.
Every pleasant Sunday after-
noon from now until late Octo-
ber, dozens and possibly hun-
dreds of automobiles willl drive
by your place. Perhaps you
will be driving yourself. You
may prefer, however, to sit and
rest on the porch or in the front
yard. But can you do so with
any comfort? Will you' sit in
clouds of dust, with your trees,
shrubbery, and lawn white with
it? There is an easy and inex-
pensive way to avoid it. Road
oil, which can now be bought in
nearly every town, costs about
misses the experience of feeding
la bull for growth. He also must
^ pay the breeder a high price for
-the care of the bull from wean-
ing time until it is sold.
A friend of mine who has
bought several bulls at different
times tells me that he has been
able to buy a bull at weaning
ftime for so much less than the
>same bull sells for at time it is
Jready for service that he feels
fthat he is well paid for the
ftrouble of caring for the young
| bull by the discount given by
ibreeders if the bull can be sold
sat weaning time.
J. E. Payne,
Frisco R. R. Snyder, Okla.
Rates now on Sale to
Most direct route to all points South and Southeast
Tell us where you wanl to go and we will gladly fur-
nish a!l information desired. Double daily service.
C. L. FONTAINE, G. P. A.
Wichita Falls. Tex.
C. B. Stroud, C. T. A.
Phone 438. Altus, Okla.
10 cents per gallon in barrel lots.
It is put on with an ordinary
sprinkling can. Depending up-
on the condition of the road, a
gallon will oil from two to four
square yards. Figure it out for
the strip in front of your house.
Oiling fifty or a hundred yards
may be the making of your Sun-
day and evening comfort.
WHERE LIFE IS AT IT'S BEST.
At this time of year many far-
mers and renters are debating
whether they shall stay on the
farm another year. To aid such
farmers we would commend the
following Valley Farmer article,
"Where Life'is at It's Best."
Says Mr. Dillon:
"Life is at its best in America
in the well-equipped, modern,
up-to-date rural community
which has caught the community
spirit, or in the equally modern,
clean, well-managed and pro-
gressive small town. Vice, graft,
Published Aug. 17-24-31. Sept 7-14.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Guthrie, Oklahoma, July
NOTICE is hereby given that Warner
C. Rusk, of Elmer, Jackson county,
Oklahoma, who, on February 2, 1914,
made Homestead Entry, No. 08795, for
W 1-2, NW 1-4, Section 14, Township 1
South. Range 21 West, Indian Meridian
has filed notice of intention to make
Final Commutation Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be-
fore the County Judge of Jackson coun-
ty, Oklahoma, at his office at Altus,
Okla., on the 18th day of Sept., 1916. j
Claimant names as witnesses: B. F.
Flowers, C. H. Harp, C. W. Denney,!
E. K. Wilson, all of Elmer, Okla.
J. Y. CALLAHAN,
Published Aug. 31, Sept. 7-14-21-28, 1916
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, No.
07370, U. S. Land Office at Guthrie,
Oklahoma, No. 08605 Lawton.
August 25th; 1916.
Notice is berebv given that James W.
Drury, of Elmer, Oklahoma, who, on
August 15, 1911, made Homestead En-
try 07370, Serial, No. 08605 Lawton, for
S. W. 1-4, Section 8, Township 2 S.,
Range 21 W., Indian Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final Five
Year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the County
Judge Jackson County, at his office in
Altus, Oklahoma, on the 3rd day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
J. L. Fancher,
A. H. Thrash, H. A. Hughes
and J. D. Drury, all of Olus-
tee, Oklahoma, R. 2.
J. Y. Callahan,
WE ARE NOW in position to supply you with
any kind of car you may need, at a
reasonable price. Cars for business and cars
for family use of ANY MODEL Prices right.
210 North'Main St, Altus, Okla.
Published Sept. 14, 21 and 28, 1916. !
In the District Court of Jackson coun-!
ty, State of Oklahoma.
John W. Blackstone, PlaintilT. vs. |
Lucy Blackstone, Defendant. No. 1632. !
The State of Oklahoma, Jackson)
The State of Oklahoma to Lucy
Said defendant, Lucy Blackstone will
take notice that she has been sued in !
the above named court in the above en-1
titled action by said plaintiff, John W.
Blackstone and that she must answer
the petition of the plaintiff filed herein,
on or before the 26th day of October,
1916, or said petition will
. _ . , be taken as
disease, plunder are rampant in true and a lament for said plaintiff
1 • ... „ a , in said action for divorce therein grant-
our Dig Cities. Man-traps and ed will be rendered as therein praved
pitfalls abound in them. Side by foJ- . , ,
4v , - . . In witness whereof. I have hereunto
side are the slum and the palace, set my hand and affixed the seal of my
the saloon and the brothel the' °mce in the Cit>'of AitU3- Oklahoma",
. , , . this the 11th dav of September, 1916.
sweat shop and the tenement. [Seal] Maude Kimbel),
the jail and the reformatory I Jno- D- Ro ers. Court clerk.
. i., j % ' Attorney for Plaintiff.
great wealth and extreme pover-!
ty, the master and the slave--
noise, dirt, foulness, decay, glit- SALE— Galvanized steel
ter and sham. Against this the i garage. size 12x16 feet. Nearly
Costs $150.00, will sell for
The Altus Machine &
THERE is a long spell of
hot weather ahead, and
if you have not already
planned your Summer out-
ing, it's high time you com-
menced thinking about it.
To the Northern
The East and other
Drop in and see the Frisco Agent,
he will be pleased to helpyouplan
your trip, quote you our low fares,
tell you of our train service and
reserv e sleeping car accommoda-
tions for you,
Notice to the
If you have any kind of
old rubber, metals, bones,
rags and bottles let the
New York Iron & Metal
Co. buy it from you, you
will get the market price.
N. Y. Iron & Metal Co.
305 South Main St.
TIRED. GROUCHY FEELING
MEANS A LAZY LIVER.
country offers independence, op- new
portunity commensurate with in- J.7®;00-
dustry, a competence and more,
an American home, the respect'
and friendship of neighbors, a!
part and a place in the life of the1
community, health *ar.d happi-!
Yon aaf me old favorite nape and the best of matoiab mm) Make it
^ « lk jr* yo« wl km afafcreI -
TV P«m behind the Dough" L< not the right one to leaws il property
■ndmake it light. digestible, wholesome.
I ■ the o*ta Make* food icmht <W>'
[«* .■> K C
mi Urn >W M" mmry timm.
! PRESBHERIAN CHURCH.
Sen ices every Sunday, 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m. Next Sunday
we shall study the prophecies
concerning the Lost Ten Tribes.
| What does profane and sacred
j history say about them? Where
I are they ? What part have they
• to play in the last days? What
j about the Jews? What are the
! signs of the times? A cordial in-
i vitation is extended to all.
Robert Hodgx r.. Patter.
Plumbing and Heating
16 Years Experience. No Job
Too Large or Too Far Away.
I Can Save You Money
♦IS N. Hadson Altu«, Okla.
I Now is the time that your hens
will moult or shed their feathers.
| This process is rather slow and
I Nature should be assisted. B.
A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy will
help your hens to moult causing
i them to shed earlier and be
' ready to lay when eggs are
highest in the winter. If this
remedy does not make good, we
will. Owl Drug Store.
HKMER NEVER RESULTS
When Ferris' Colic Remedy is
used for it does not contain
opiates which constipate, but is
laxative in its action. It is
dropped on the horse's tongue -
cures by absorption. We sell it
on the money back plan.
Owl Drag Store.
LiV-VER-LAX will clear you out,
and make you feel fine and daml?
again. It la just as effective as calo-
mel, but lias none of its well kno«2/
disagreeable after effecas.
LIV-VER-LAX eliminates poisons,
cleanses the system, and relieves con-
sttpaUon in a thorough but pleasant
manner. A little taken regularly,
means consistent healtb and no doctor
Guarantee. Every bottle bearing
the Iikness of L. K. Grlgsby. is guaran
teed to give satisfaction or your mon-
ey will be returned. For sale here in
50c and $1 size bottles at the ' Uwi
WANTFD.-Young Men With
Nerve. Good pay. short hours,
opportunity for travel, advance-
ment: normal physique, good re-
ferences required. Aviation Dept.
THE O'CONNOR CORPORA
TION.. 6309 S. Eggleston. CHI-
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