The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 23, 1919 Page: 2 of 12
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DANK WITH US
MANGUM NATIONAL BANK
P. A. J ANEW AY, taaMral. *• *• SQUIRES. C»W«.
IF YOU NEED AN
Lacik & Son
2 Doors North of
S. B. BOLEN
Will handle your oil and gas leases.
Sell your Real Estate.
Write your Life Insurance.
I)o your Notary Work.
Iloom 15 Hawkins Building. Mangum,
What do You
Do With Your
We Want them and vrill
pay the top market pr "• "ry
; We also can handl' Jl your
bpving chickens. Brin* them in
knd let us give you the best
|)i ice obtainable.
| We buy cream. The best pay-
ing business on the farm today
pome in and arrange to get one
i»f our weekly cream checks.
North Oklahoma Ave.
STUDY BOLL WEEVIL POISONING
Poisoning the cotton boll weevil with
dry powdered cait'.um arsenate prom-
ise* to be perhaps the moat effective
control measure yet discovered for this
tremendously destructive pest. The
United States Department of Atfficul-
tur lias h-.en experimenting tor «•
years in weevil poisoning. The results
of these experiments are shortly to be
published in Depai-.ment Circular 04,
"Poisoning the Cotton Boll Weevil.
Its publication at this time of tin-
year is, perhaps, fortunate. The cot-
ton growing season is over. For some
montns the cotton-growing farmer will
not be harassed and apprehensive. He
will have some leisure tn which to lay
his plans for another year. If he gei»
the circular as soon as it is issued—
and it is to be had free by writing to
the Department of Agriculture at
Washington—he will have time and
opportunity to study it thoroughly
and be prepared to poison intelligently
and effectively next year.
One of the principal shortcomings oi
poisoning work during the past sea-
son was that many farmers undertook
it without any delinate idea of how it
was to be done, itlany oi them bought
poison without having arranged for
machinery with which to apply it.
Others who bought both poison and
dusting machinery had failed to inform
themselves as to the proper time and
method of applying it in order to get
the best results.
The Department of Agriculture does
not claim that it has yet learned all
that should be known about poisoning
the cotton-boll weevil, but it has es-
tablished a number of important facts
which are clearly set forth in the cir-
cular. Knowledge on the subject, how-
ever, will be progressive. More will
be known next year than is known
now. Methods vary, more or less, with
local conditions, and all the informa-
tion as to these variations could not be
included in any publication that farm-
ers generally would have time to read
However, the department maintains
what is known as the Delta Laborator-
ies at Tallulah, La. The experts ir.
charge there are prepared to give the
individual farmer the most specific ad-
vice possible and to aid him by making
i tests of poisons and in other ways.
In addition to getting the circular and
i-cadipg it, therefore, .the Dejt^ Lab-
oratory, describing their local condi-
tions as accurately as possible. The
. farmer who does these two things
| should be in a position, in large mea-
i sure to save his cotton from boll wee-
i vil injury.
Germs entering the body with the
air we breathe are harmless if the
.toinach, liver and bowels are healthy.
;f these organs are torpid and full oi
mpurities the germs thrive and bring
,n ;i spell of sickness. To keep the
\-ital organs in good condition take
i'ricklv Ash Bitters. It purifies and
j i-emulates the system. Price $1.25 per
little. Mangum Drug Co. Special Ag-
J. L. E WING
Glasses Correctly Fitted
West Side Square, Mangum, Okla.
•▼Art OOMrtMSNCIt ■ICiNTLV
MILO IN •»* OITIM TO
FIGHTING MEN VOLUNTEER
by the Mwatfeada
In I* Appeal IjMMtO
Mobilisation of id* tmi army at
Rod CroM worker* baa begna Ra-
porl* rr»i hlnf R«d Obm dl»i*loa
hoadquarter* la It UtU t»4Kat* that
plana for lb* Third Roll Call. Novwa-
bar t lo II. ar* w*ll uadoc way Hi
*ln*o*t ovary on* of tba III RM Croat
(hapf-r* la th* flv* *Ut** Ml**ourl.
Man***. Taxaa. Oklahoma and Arkaa-
aaa — comprising iba Bouthw**t*m
[Mr la too.
Chapter Roll Call Director* bar*
baon appointed In virtually or*ry city,
town and county and with bat faw
oBroptton* working organisation* aro
In proraa* of formation at oarb plaeo
Htat* Director* hare been appointed
lo take charge of the rapidly forming
.machine Added Impetus haa been
glren to tha preliminary campaign by
the holding of State wide Roll Call
conference* rtcenlly at Ht. Louie,
Topeka. Dallas. Ilouaton, Oklahoma
City and Llttl* Rock, at which doflnlte
campaign plan* affecting every *ectlon
of each State la the dlvlalon vara
Meanwhile. r**pon*a* ta tka call far
1.000.000 rolantaar workara to **rre
during tka coming drive are pouring
la by tka hnadreda ta Had Oroaa
headquarter*. "Once a Nad Craaa
worker, alwaya a Rod Oreo* worker"
la th* slogan adopted. SoMtero.
sailor* and marine*. *om* of whom
war* la th* thick of tka fighting
overaaaa. are offering tkolr aorvlcoa.
Many of thee* man will ba utilised
aa apaakara to deacrlbe *oma af tka
benefit* accruing to the fighting men
by reason of the preaance of the Rod
Croaa In tha field of hoatllttt**.
During th* flr*t part of the cam-
paign there will be a houae-to-hoaae
canvassing for Red Croaa member-
ship* under a distinct arrangement;
but on the laat two day* district line*
will be disregarded and former service
men as well aa women volnnteor
workers will take up their taak* with
roving commissions. Not only are
discharged aervlce men wanted aa
Red Cross canvaaaera but State and
National Guardsmen are urged ta
enroll aa quickly a* possible. Th*
Red Croaa welcome* aaalatanc* of all
former Army and Na^y officer* and
man who approved of the work of the
Red Croaa during the war.
Speakers and writer* ar* b*lng
■ought by the organisation and aaked
to "do their bit." Nameroua accept-
ance* already have bean racetved from
speaker* and at pTesent a determined
effort la being mad* to obtain tk*
service* of all n*w*paper men who
saw **rvlc* ov*r*eaa and ar* qualified
to apeak or write of their adventuree.
A Preliminary campaign la being
waged through text posters and other
printed matter that haa been aent to
throughout the conntry.
Red Cro** official* are *tre**lng
th* point that the drive 1* ta be mad*
for membership* only and that na
appeal I* contemplated wherela th*
general public will be aaked for fund*.
An encouraging number of pnbltc
spirited men and women through th*
division already hare applied at Red
Croas Chapters asking a renewal of
their memberships for next year.
POSTERS FEATUBE DRIVE
ONE NAMED "THE 8PIRIT OP
AMERICA" BY ARTIST.
Foremost Painters Portrsy "Greatest
Mather In the World" and
Red Cross Nurs*.
The *ervlces of some of the fore-
most artists in the country have been
obtained in connection with the Third
Red Cross Roll Call. November 2 to 11.
Posters by Howard Christy and Haa-
kell Coffin are features of a prelim-
lnary text poster campaign that la
The Christy poster is entitled "The
tSplrlt Of America." A silken flag—
!the National Color*—form* the back-
ground la front of which stands th*
(appealing figure of a Red Cro** nara*.
;At th* bottom of th* poster 1* a large
.red croea and the inscription "Join."
The Rod Cro** nurse 1* also tk*
*ubj*ct of the poets;- by Coffin. Thl*
ti* in pastel ahada- and portray* on*
-of the merciful worker* with arm*
outstretched la supplication. Th*
po*t*r b*ar* only the laacrlptloa
"Third Red Croea Roll Call." Another
poeter baa to do with the better keattk
program of the Red Croea and haa th*
-"Greatest Mother" aa a background ta
* test which roada "Make oar Rod
Cro** In Peace a* la War —Tk*
Oreateet Mother In tko World."
More than 40.000 window d la plays
are being prepared far n** Irj marcaa-
m* stare* -throughout th* conatry.
Department stor** in the htf-gar cltl**
bar* »t*H*d to feater* tkeee die
play* durtag the Roll Call pertod
Special moving pictur* alid** and
motion new* picture* bar* been
arraaged for aad will bo provided for
aa* prior ta aad daring tko c—palga
ig dl yaaryacoada-
I Jl» Want's TMC|
Mr*. N. E. Vanm. et
skirt were Icrrtble.and
until I was cured. lam
remarkably strong lor a
woman 04 tears ol age.
I do all my bouaaw '
Try Cartui, today.
_ rfurr |k* Haw* l«m>
migratlaa Coouwitloo yoatorday. IUp
iMMlilh* Albert Jakiu«* sard thai
howl** af radical* aad fully lOAOO.
(000 tianaaae ar* oaly waiting for Ika
derlarattaa of (war* lo rush lo Aa*Of-
ira Ha gava far hi* authority far
this statement tha word af affinal*
af Ika Slal* Department Ta hark up
his arvuiaaat R*pr*«#etotJ»* Jeha*na
, road esropta froa* a letter aaat him
. by the Male I (apartment. Oaa af
j the** raad aa follows
"An official estimate of thaa* do-
■ iiing lo emigrate fiom German)
places th* number at 10,000,000.
i Maet of those dtilit to come to th*
I I'nlted 8tales or South American
icountrie*. preferably Argentina. Chile
and Peru. Official advices d**cribr>
the situation in Auatria as beifcg
worse than in Germ nay."
Th* House Immigration Committee
is now considering the reporting of a
bill to prohibit general ImmigraLon
for two years. It was brought out by
M r. Johnson that it would not be poss-
ible to enact such wholesale legisla-
tion at thl* *ession. But, he said, un-
less »omc restrictions were place.'
on Immigration without delay, the in-
flux of Germans and radicals wouM
occur before the immagration 'law
could be revised
ladies ha*tag henwillrhiag but
. ua making aad I'm «*m*kiag please
bear ta auad thai I ha*a
rkiae aad raa da all kiad*
' af this ktad raaaaaaWa. My
aad »kwh ytiuoa
Itust tbeia U a
of aj.piM*i»at«i» K»gkl> ff»*
agata*t -<d laads.
| " aatfc
artty 1r*m tai* TT fT"
^SS li IMlt, tUCttCi iflitwli^
aad deli*«r a mortgage agaiarf m**
aiaaa aad *«yla* all kaaatifal 0aM«a* *f tfc* right.
"" *»•-c— - "• OH JS2- -r*-r:
Ms aad la aaid property, far tka aaaa af
, Bight Thoosaad Dollar*; aad
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
D. T. COVINGTON, Superinteadent
Morning Worship ll:*
Preaching by the Pastor.
Chtldrea's Meeting 2^0
MISS OPALE CADDELL Under.
B. Y. P. U 7:00
CLIVE THROWER, President.
Evening Scrvice 8:00
Preaching by the Pastor.
MEETINGS OF THE WEEK
W. B. M. S. Tuesday 4:00
MRS. NEY NEEL, President.
Mid-week Service, Wednesday—8:00
Choir Rehearsal, Thursday 8:00
N. J. WEST, Choirister
The Executive Committee of the
Church meets at 4:00 o'clock on Sun-
day afternoon before the first Wed-
nesday in each month.
Regular Monthly Business Meeting
of the Church and First Wednesday
evenng in each month.
The Public is most cordially invited
to attend the servicpe of this church.
Rev. C. E. Myrick, Pastor;
R. D. Brownell, Clerk
W. A. Covington, Treasurer.
Dr. Ney Neel Chairman Board of
Deacons and Trustees.
A burning sensation in the thror.'
and chest means bad digestion; and
digestive trouble is the starting poinl
| for many serious diseases, particularly
1 kidney disease. Better take Prickley
Ash Bitter* and put your stomach and
' digestion in sound condition before
j serious trouble begins. Price $1.26 per
: bottle. Mangum Drug Co., Special ag-
NOTICE or wwurrr HALM or it appearing U th* enart nmm
LAND petition, that said guardiaa la aaMUsa
- to Mid order, therefor* the mm atll
None* |* hereby iivea that ia par fc* glad aad a beartag had apaa tha
*uaar* of aa order of sale laaaad out Ma*.
of the District Court of tiroer Count). || i. therafar* ordered. *ad adjudg-
Oklahoma, on th* 17th day of March, [ad by th* court that -aid peUMaa ba
1*19. la aa actiaa wherein Tka PttU nipd, an<i that a hearing b* had aa the
burg Mortgage Investment Compaa) Minr
wa* plaintiff and Joseph J. Adams, |( ,, further ordered that Thumday
and Ada Adams, hi* wlf*. Clooa Bros- the <th day af November. l»lt at the
A Cm Home»tead Oil Co.. W. D. Cr*>» houi of two o'clock P. M., at the af-
D. M. Teague. aad Carrt* league, a hce of the Couaty Judge in the City of
D. Sen tell. Margaret V. iSaat«-ll, W. D. Mangum. Greer Count>. Oklahoma be
Lyle*. Lirsie Lyle*. R. SJ. Winn, J. N : fixed a* the time aad place for hear-
Winn. J. A. McDonald,,Ida F. Mr Do ti jn^ Hhen any and all persons
aid. C. G. George, S. 0. McClure, Cbas mt«.rrste<l are required to make aay
A. Clayton. Mary A. Clayton. Katie A an,| ai| objections, exceptions or pro-
Hodge. and J. Luther Taylor wan dc- tc*t,.
frndanta, di lecUd to me tha. uad^i Witnesrmy hand and seal of office
signed Sheriff of GreeV county, Oala- this mh day of October. 191!».
homa, commanding me to levy upon H. D. HENRY,
adn sell without appruisamenk. the County Judge.
' following describe!I "real estate to-wit: | Attest: W. T. Jeter, Court Clerk.
The South half of the southwest J jg.g Ily Kenneth Crook, Deputy.
quarter of Section twenty six (26); ■
The southeast Quarter of the South- SOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
east Quaiter. and the south half of i LAND: FORECLOSURE
the northeast quarter of the south-
i east quarter of Section twenty-Sev-
' en, (27) in townahip Six, North of
Binder twine 23 cents per pound a;
Mangum Star and Kansas City Star
both for $1.75. 18-tf
CAVE CREEK FARM
FOR SALE or Rent: Stock farm 360
acres, 45 acres cultivation, running
water, good fences, easy terms to a
substantial man, as buyer or renter. 2
1-2 miles south of Reed, Greer county,
Oklahoma. Apply T. R. Jackson, own-
horses or mules. 19-3t.
Binder twine 23 cents per pound at
LIFT CORNS OR
" CALLUSES OFF
Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or
callus off with fingers
Don't suffer! A tiny bottle of Free-
zone costs a few cents at any drug
store. Apply a few drops on the
coins, calluses and "hnrd skin" on bot-
tom of feet, then lift them off.
When Freezone removes corns from
the toes or calluses from the bottom
of feet, the skin benenth is left piak
and healthy and never sore, tender ar
Care ia Planning Earth Raad*
In view of the pi-esent widespread
activity in every form of road built
ing, and since nearly all public roads
are laid out originally as earth roads,
the Bureau of Public Roads of the
United States Department of Agricul-
ture emphasizes the bearing that the
location and design of dirt roads have
on futuie highway improvement. In
locating and designing public roads the
following considerations should be
borne in aiind:
Sharp curves .should be avoided be
cause they are a menace to traffic.
The width should ba ample for vehi-
cles to pass each other without leaving
the traveled way.
If a road ever becomes of any con-
siderable importance, its users pro-
bably will demand that ail the steeper
grades be reduced to the lowest maxi-
mum that would conform to the gener-
al topography of the region which the
Let the road planners remember that
aside from the advantages to traffic of
a short route, each mile of additional
road involves a considerable extra ex-
pense yearly for maintenance, and
this alone may warrant the extra ex-
pense of shortening the route when
the road is constructed, provided that
the decrease in distance does not ma-
terially ipcrease the steepness of the
Land lines should be regarded only
in so far as this may be done without
decreasing the usefulness of the road
or increasing the ultimate cost.
The pleasing features of the route
should not be overlooked. Remember
that a large part of the travel on most
country roads is for pleasure.
Avoid the necessity for subsequent
changes in location. Such changes
nearly always work hardship on some
of those who have built homes along
the original highway.
Range twenty three West of the In-
j to satisfy a judgment in favor of the
said Plaintiff and against the said de-
fendaats, obtained and made in iaid
i court on the 17th day of March, 1919,
j for the sum of (00.00 with interest
thereon at the rate of ten per cent pei
, annum from the 1st day of March,
1911 ,nnd the sum of $25.00 attorney
fees, and*! costs, and cost aac-
j cruing; I will on the 10th day of Nov-
ember 1919 at the hour of two o'clock
p. m. said day, offer for sale and sell,
at the front door of the court house
in the City of Mangum, in said Coun-
ty an'! State ,to the highest bidder for
cash, the said property above lescrb-
ed, or so much thereof as will satisfy
said judgment with interest and costs.
Witness my hand this 6th day of
W. M. TUTON, Sheriff,
of Greer Caunty, Oklahoma.
17-5 By J. W. Adair, Undei. heriff.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
COUNTY OF GREER—ss.
Notice is hereby given, that ia pur-
suance of an order of sale issued aut
of the District Court of Greer ••aaty.
Oklahoma, ea 8th day ef October, A.
D. 1919 ia Causa Na. 2970, therein
pending, wherein Scott A Btackmer, a
copartnership firm cempesed a# D. A.
Scott aad R. C. Blackmer, were plain-
tiffs and W. S. Meare aad Mary H.
More were defendants, directed to me,
the undersigned sheriff of Gtee;
County, Oklahoma, commanding me to
levy upon and sell the following de-
scribed property, situated in Greer
County, Oklahoma, towit::
Part of Block Twenty-four (24),
Powers Third Addition to Mangum,
Oklahoma, described as follows, to-wit
Beginning at the point 100 feet East
of the Southwest corner of said Block
24, thence running North 110 feet;
thence East 70 feet; thence South 110
feet; thence West 70 feet to the point
of beginning; to satisfy a judgement
and decree of foreclosure in favor of
said plaintiff and against said defend-
ants, W. S. Moore and Mary H. Moore
for the sum of $200.04 with interest
thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per
annum from the 6th day of January,
1919, until paid, said decree of foreclo-
sure made and obtained herein in said
court on January 6th, 1919, for above
Notice is hereby given that in pu*
suance of an order of sale issued ou*
of the District Court of Greer Count*
Oklahoma, on the 11th day of October
1919, in an action wherein J. H. Elet*
is plaintiff and Emma Davis, B. E ! judgement and for attorneys fees in
Davis, her husband, W. T. Funder i the sum of $100.00, and all costs taxes
burk, Mrs. W. T. Funderburk his wii. | at $22.00 and costs accuring; I will
E. C. Felty and Mrs. E. C. Felty, K,» I on Saturday November 8th, A. D. 191*
wife, J. W. Ross, Mrs. A. H. Ross and at the hour of 3 o'clock P. M. at the
/ a. j £ r*...av_
Splendid opportunity for men or
women selling guaranteed hosiery
Handsome profits made in either foil
or spare time. Full line of men's wx>
men*' aad children'* up-to-date styles
Ijinre commissions Kxpcnewce not
necessary. Write Phoenix "foolery Co.
Ue*t Market Street Station. Pbiiadel
) phia. Pa.
The Mangum Star aad the Dal la?
twice-*-week New*, both a whole yen
(ieneral Repairing of all
kinds of machinery. Ma-
chine forcings, Acety-
lene and forge welding.
P. J. Boyle, Prop.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
FOR GREER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
H. W. GUMM, Plaintiff
vs. Cause No. 3154
W. M. BOTTS AND MARAGRET A.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To
the defendants, W. M. Botts and Mar-
garet A. Botts. 4
You and each of you will take notice
that you have been sued in the Dis-
trict Court of Greer County. Okla-
homa, Six Thousand Dollars, by rea-
son of an alleged breach in a Warranty
Deed, and that unless you answer the
petition of the plaintiff filed in the
office of the Court Clerk Of Greer
County, Oklahoma, on r.r before the
3rd. day of December, 1919, the same
will be taken as true and a judgement
rendered accordingly, and a further
judgement sustaining and foreclosing j
a garnishment issued in said cause |
against W. E. Cooksey, Pete Salinas j
I and D. L. Salinas.
W. T. JETER, Court Clerk. I
By Kenneth Crook, Deputy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
I GREER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA
Robert H. Sadler, Plaintiff
Do vie Sadler, Defendant
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
The State of Oklahoma to Do vie Sad-
Yon are hereby notified that you
have been sued in the District Court.'
of Greer County. Oklahoma, by Robert
H. Sadler for a divot** or annullment
of pretended marriage, and that un-
let# you answer the petition of plain-
tiff filed in the office of the Court
Clerk of Greer County. Oklahoma, on
or before the tlst day of November
1919 .the same will be tkea a* troe
and a judgment rendered accordingly
W. T. JETER. Court Clerk.
Perry Power*, _ ^
Ancil H. Ross, doing business under
the firm name and style of A. R. Ros.,
& Son, and American Industrial Oi)
Co., a corporation and B. F. Samples,
defendants, directed to me the under-
signed Sheriff of Greer County, Okla
homa, commanding me to levy upon
and sell without appraisement, the
following described real estate, to-wit:
The West Half of Section Fifteen in
in Township Four, North of Range
Twenty Two, West of the Indian Me-
to satisfy a judgment in favor of th".
said plaintiff and against the said de-
fendants, obtained and made in said
court on the 18th day of January, 1919
for the sum of $2650.00 and $265.00
with 10 per cent interest on each
amount from December 1st, 1916, and
for the further sum of $4.30 with 6
per cent interest from September 18th
1917, and for the further sum of $300
attorneys fees and $__—costs and
accruing costs; I will <?n the 16th day
of November, 1919, at the hour of twe
o'clock p. m., said day, offer for sale
and sell, at the front door of the court
house in the City of Mangum, in said
County and States toi the highest bid-
der fo^ cash, the said property above
described, or so much therof as will
satisfy said judjpnent With interest
and costs. (
Witness my hand this 11th day of
W. M. TUTON, Sheriff of Greer
18-5 By J. W. ADAIR, Undersheriff.
Order for Hearing Petition for Leave
To Mortgage Lands.
front door of the Court House, in the
city of Mangum, in the said county
and State, offer for sale and sell to
the highest bidder for cash, the said
property above described, or so much
thereof as will saisfy said judgement,
with interests and costs.
Witness my hand this the 8th day of
W. M. TUTON, Sheriff
Greer County, Okla.
By J. W. ADAIR, Undersheriff.
TOLBERT A TOLBERT, Attorneys
for plaintiff. 17-5
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of sale issued out
of the District Court of Greer County
Oklahoma, on the 17th day of March,
1919, in an action wherein E. Hester
was plaintiff and William I. Price,
Nora A. Price, D. Reeves, and his wife
and T. S. Wilcox and his wife
Wilcox were defendants, directed to
me the undersigned Sheriff of Greer
County, Oklahoma, commanding me $o
levy upon and sell without appraise-
ment, the following described teal ea
Four acres of land across the ex-
treme north end of and being a part
of a certain 20 acres tract of land;
the said 20 acres tract being described
in full as follows; commencing at -a
point 30 ft. north af a peiat 29 ft.
East of a stone which marks the in-
tersection of the East and West 1-2
section line of section 25, Township $
North Range 21, W. I. M„ with tho
North and South road, known as the
Sulphur Springs road and running
North 79 degrees East 669 ft., thence
North 11 degrees West 1242
ft., thence South 79 degrees, West
860.66 ft. thence South 31 degrees.
East 581.2 ft, thence South 11 degrees
East 693 ft. to place of beginning and
containing the said 20 acres.
State of Oklahoma,
County of Greer, ss.
IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE
In the Matter of the Guardianship
of the Estate of David Daniel Tilley,
an insane and incompetent person.
No. 523 In Probate.
Now, on this 9th day of October, | to satisfy a judgment in favor af the
1919, there is presented to me a peti- said Plaintiff and against the said de-
tion .duly verified, of Charles D. Til- fendants. obtained and made in said
ley, the duly appointed, acting ant' court on the 17th day of March, 1919.
qualified guardian of the estate of for the sum of $117.50 with interest at
David Daniel Tilley, an incompetent the rate of 8 per cent per annum from
person, showing that said estate owns the 5th day of February. 1919. and
the following described real estate in the sum of $11.75 attorneys fee; I
Greer County, Oklahoma, to-wit: will on the 17th day of Novertber.
Ijots THree (3) and Four (4) and 1919, at the hour cf three o'cock p. wi-
the South half (4) of the North west said day. offer for sale and sell at the
Quarter <%) of Section Three (3); front door of the court house in the
the west half (H) of the South west City of Manrum >n said Countv ana
Quarter (%) of Section Three <3>: Stole, to the highest bidder for cask.
South East one-fourth (V) cf the the aaid property above described, ar
South East Quarter (%) of Section «o much thereof a* will utiiff
Four (4). aad the west half (4) of judgment with interest aad eaata.
the North West Quarter (%) of Sec Witness my kaad Uv* 14th day af
ti on Ten (10); all ia township Foui October. 1919.
14) North of Raage Tweaty-tkree W. M. TUTON, Sheriff af
(23) West I. M. aad roatohuag 390.0 Greer County,
to the Government lt-6 Byl. W.
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 23, 1919, newspaper, October 23, 1919; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284191/m1/2/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.