The Cimarron News. (Boise City, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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THE CIMARRON NEWS, BOISE CITY, OKLAHOMA.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1920.
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Notice of Sheriff's Sale
State of Oklahoma, Cimarron Co. ss.
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of sale issued out
of the District Court of Cimarron
County, Oklahoma, on the 22nd day
of December 1919 in an action where
in Willie McKinney was plaintiff and
Quintilla Duffield, Thomas Duffield,
Buford Duffield, Cleveland Duffield,
Mrs. A. D. Barnard, Mrs. Charles A-
walt, Thornton Duffield, Ruth Duf-
field, William Duffield, Herbert Duf-
tield and Nina Duffield were defend-
ants, directed to me, the undersign-
ed shei iff of Cimarron County, Okla-
homa, commanding me to levy upon
and sell without appraisement, the
following described property, situat-
ed in the County of Cimarron and
State of Oklahoma, to-wit:
All the Southeast quarter of sect-
ion two (2) in Township three (3)
North of Range four (4) Eats of the
Cimarron Meiidian containing one
hundred and sixty acres, more or
less, according to the United States
Government Survey thereof: to satis-'
fy a judgement and decree of fore-
closure in favor of said plaintiff and
against said defendants, obtained and
made in said court on the 2nd day of
June, 1919, for the sum of $176(100
together with interest thereon at the
rate of tin per cent per annum, from
the date of said judgement and costs
$13.80 and accruing costs including
$100.00 attorney's fee. I will on the
26th day of January, A. D. 1920 at
the hour of 10 o'clock A.Mi, of said
day, at the front door of the court
house in the city of Boise City in
said Cimarron County, Oklahoma, of-
fer for sale and sell to the highest
bidder for cash, the said property,
above de. ciibvd, or so much thereof
as will satisfy said judgement attor-
ney's fee, interest and costs.
Witness my hand this 22nd day of
J. L. Allen, Sheriff of Cimarron Co.
B. M. Strong, Court Clerk.
Plays All Records.
Boise City Drug Co.
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Roy Chaney of Campo
Will cry safes anywhere in Cimarron County. Wake dates at the
Cimarron News Office in Boise City for dates in this county.
REFERENCES: First National Bank of Boise City, Oklahoma.
Campo State Bank, Campo, Colorado.
HIDES and FURS
I am the Hide and Fur man of Texhoma.
See me when you have anythin of this kind
to sell. I pay the highest market price for
hides and furs. Located at Texhoma Pro-
duce Co,, on East Main.
W. B. TERRELL
HOSEA GARRETT, OWNER.
C. H. FINCH. Chief cl«rk.
THE CIMARRON COUNTY
ABSTRAC f COMPANY
Notice of Application for
letters of Administration
State of Ok'a! oma, Cimarron Co. ss
IN COUNTY COURT
The state of Oklahoma, To the
heirs, next of kin and creditors of
Gundalot pe Valdez, deceased.
You are hereby notified that I. E.
Hill has filed in this court an appli-
cation for the appointment; of admin
istrator and estate of Guadaioupe
Valdez, doceased and that said appli-
cation will be heard at the court
room of said Court in the City of
Boise City in said county of Cimar-
ron on the 5th day of January 1920
at 10 o'clock a.m. at which time you
may appear and show cause, if any
you have, why said application should
j not be granted.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court at Boise City in said coun
I ty this 17th clay of December 1919.
| E. B. McMahan, County Judge.
First published Dec. 25. 1919.
Notice of Hearing Petition
for Appointment of Administrator
State of Oklahoma, Cimarron Co. ss
IN COUNTY COURT
In tbe Matter of. the Estate of
Fr-ancesqu'ita R. Archuleta, deceased.
To the heirs, i.ext ot' ki.i, and cred-
itors of Francesquita U. Archuleta
You are hereby notified that I. E.
Hill has applied to the County Court
of Cimarron County, State of Okla-
homa, for Letters of Administration
on the estate of Francesquita R. Ar-
(hu.'eta dceised to be granted to
himself and that said application
will be heard at the Court room of
said Court in the City of Boise City
in said county on the 5th day of Jan-
uary 1920 at 10 o'clock a.m., at which
time and place any person interested
may appear and show cause if any
they have why such petition should
not be granted.
Witness my hand and the Seal of
tue said < nurt hereunto affixed tliis
17th day of December 1919.
E. B. McMahan, County Judge.
First published Dec. 25. 1919.
how's This ?
We offer flOU.OO lor any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by HALL'S
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak-
en Internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Sold by •"uggists for over forty years.
Price 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
See R O. Cator Grain Co. of Strat-
ford for prices on cotton seed cake
and meal in small lots or by the car
load and save money. Plenty of cake
on hand. 20-tf-c
Sandwich Cora Shell
the original and the best corn shuck sheller on the market today. A car load brirg shipped in
end we will have to offer
One A 1 Sheller
Capacity 50 to
7.) tm. per hour
We buy goods ot the best Quality it is possible to buy.
We never buv a brand of goods because they are cheap.
Because the Best is always the cheapest in the long run,
We endeavor to render you prompt and efficient service.
We solicit patronage on the merits of
Let us have youu order for one of those OVERCOATS or AUTO
ROBES made of Horse or Cow H de They will last you a life-
time and will be the source of much pleasure and comfort.
Groceries, Meats, Provisions
"The Quality-Service Store"
■"miSSC , 33S5ET
A vaat amount of work now rrmnin* to lir don«- whic h the
intervention of war hu nece*s»rily delayed and accumu-
lated, and the result ii that • * • • • very hirer .-apital
expenditures ought to be made to make up for the inter-
ruptions inevitably die to the war, and to prepare th«- rail-
roads to serve adequately the increased tralhr throughout
tie country. WAXKEIt D. HINES,
Utrttur Gcatrml »/ kmtlrtsd*.
But we can't continue increasing our
production unless we continue increasing
our railroad facilities.
The farms, mines and factories cannot
increase their output beyond the capacity
of the railroads to haul their products.
Railroads are now near the peak of their
Without railroad expansion—more en-
gines, more cars, more tracks, more ter-
minals—there can be little increase in
But this country of ours is going to
keep right on growing—and the railroads
must grow with it.
To command in the investment markets
the flow of new capital to expand railroad
facilities—and so increase production —
there must be public confidence in the
future earning power of railroads.
The nation's business can grow only as
fast as the railroads grow.
u& advertisement i& published by the
&s±ociai'pn ojtJiaiLuxjuj %xuxuiive&.
Thotf desiring inf ormation emuttmnq the railroad
aiion may obtain lilrraturr bp writing to the A—oci^
Itan of Ratluay Fxrmtit«#. $I Broaiiwajf, .Vnr fork.
present. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Clans
were present during the evening and
had a strenous time with their col-
icky spoiled baby. They kept tho
audience in spasms of laughter by
their efforts to keep the tiny child
quiet. Shakings and spankings evi-
dently had not the desired effect.
The tree and church were beautifully
decorated and it seemed nearly every
one received presents. The Metho-
dist Sunday school and the thoeo
public schools all combined with the
Union Sunday school and made this
a Christmas long to be remembered.
Miss Mabel Hornbeck was out from
Clayton spending the holidays with
Mr. Leake arrived Wednesday from
Goodnight, Texas to visit his daugh-
ter, Mrs. Uival McDaniel, and get ac-
quainted with that new grandson.
Miss Irene Brown spent the holi-
days with home folks across tho
Several of the north Bertrand boys
attended the program and tree Tues-
day night at Victory school house.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McDaniel and
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Short and son Mor-
vin visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Well-
ing southwest of Texline Sunday.
Miss Mattie McDaniel was homo
from Texline for Christmas.
We understand that Mr. and Mrs.
I. R. McDaniel, who recently moved
to Savonsburg, Kansas, have purchas-
ed a forty acre farm in the suburbs
of t' at little city and expect to
make it their home.
1 Rev. L. E. Wright and family left
I Thursday for Griggs to spend tho
| w ek end with relatives-,We htivo
i had genuine spring weather for a
j week and farmers have been making
I ti irgs move nround here,
j Ye reporter is trying to raise some
pe'-ky little lambs by hand and if
I any body thinks it isn't a peach of
! a job just try it. It is our first ex-
perience and will p obably be our
I No. .> Sheller
rapacity 200 to
300 !>u per hour
are funirinj on doing something with the engine power you have see v* at once »bout it
R. W ISAACS Hardware Co
CLAYTON, New Mexico.
Tin House of Best Service. We have a calendar for you.
Notice of Demand for Ta* Deed
To R. E. F>fer. owner of the follow
i-g described real estr.te. situated in
Cimarron County a:.d State of Okla-
All of Southeast quarter of secti«r
twenty-one f:l) in Township fivo (f>)
North, R»nrf nine (9) East of tf<«
Cimarron Merit ian.
You are her-by notined that tho ur
dersigoed is the 5 older of Tax Sale
Certificate No 7.V, ->ued on the 5th
day of November. 1917. or the «!» w
described pr >perty. uj»on the sale of
said propert for delinquent taxes < i
said datf. nrl un'ess redemption 1*
made from -aid sa> within
days from fi~*t pu ration of ti.:-
notice, a ta* deed will be demanded
and will b<- issued as provided by
William A. Grover. Holder of said
By 1. E. Hill, Attorney.
First published , r 18. 1919
December C9th. 191!»
Mr. and Mr- Tom King of Liberty
were dinner guests Christma* at Ai-
• t Cone's and also distributed **le
bills. Thry wiil le>ve soon after
th-ir sale for south Texas where
they *ill sperd the tuirter
J M H Kdwards ard family have
moved to their new home east of
W. A. McDaniel spent several day*
I^st nierkrt>r-j wheat as Strat-
ford He made the n>nnd trip each
Jay with a truck. Fo d and tractor.
The community Ci ristmas tree and
prngmm at the u^ioi church Christ-
mas eve w is enjoyed by every one
Union Chapel, Marella and Griggs
<-ach report grod programs and full
houses at the CI ristmas eve exercise.
At the school house near C. C. Hus
keys the school ma'am, Miss Withers,
and her scholars rendered an excep-
tionally fine program Tuesday night
which was marred however by the
ill behavior of a bunch of young men
who were laboring under the delu-
sion that a majority of the audience
preferred to hear them thun the en-
tertainment that had been so care-
C. K Hoy I an was stacking his feed
I;■ st Friday. E. 1. I-owery and K.
L. Wheeler were helping him.
Jns. DiifTn ld was butcheiir,j Fri-
S. N. Cayton brought home some
regit (■ red Hereford cattle last v eek
from the sale at Guymon.
Tom Cayton came home from
Hutchinson last Wednesday.
A good deal of whent and matte Is
being marketed this nice weather
I and Stratford is o' er bidding Tex-
i I oma lately.
j Mr and Mrs. Earl Cavis bou«h* a
i pi no this month. We conura y'ctrt
' them, also John Taggart and E. T.
1 Jxwery for t'e good judgement
shown in looking to their future wel-
fare by getting good instruments in
1 th'ir homes.
J. E. Huskey bought the home of
• I A. h'owelson in Texhoma.
S. N. Cayton is not feeling very
! well at present. It seems those Gny-
| inon fellows not only pulled his leg
•oil nid plenty f r those Registered
rattle but they pulled all his teeth as
well, that goes rather hard es(.»ecially
when it comes to losing his eye
j F H. Hassett and R. L. Wheeler
;>nd families sinnC thristmas at
• lark's place. Sir iind Mrs Evwett
1 owery made a very pleasant visit
j that night.
The past two weeks have been fine
; for 'akirg can* of feed and many
w /d be glad to be threshirv' now
•las Alexander began threshing
*ith the company outfit Monday this
Avie Danner is helping put the
( ayton machine in trim and they ea-
!*»tc to beein threshing Thur«daY
' C. C. Huskey has been visiting ia
Missouri a week or so.
Floyd Burrow began w-.rk in Sortls
"tore at Texhoma last week.
H L Brown is drilling wheat a
i hit this week, also Jim K ri'-.nnoa
•nd H N Cla-k
Grandma Burrow is re pored b-tter
at nresert. She has bee <;u te j,\w-
I ly for some time.
R- C Gilmer took s /- sd of «heat
t > m;i^ket Monday also IV ry Al<lAn-
| dar and Ben Cryer.
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