The Medford Patriot-Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 89, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 30, 1917 Page: 4 of 6
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MEDFORD FAT1IOT-STAR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1017.
OILINQUINT TAX U«T. 1 Nw qr Ise. 89 T U H 8....... »
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Lot 11 blk 41 1 81
LSI >1 Mb 41 ML
Ut 8 blk 108 1.08
Lst t Mk MS .84
Ut 4 blk 6 6ft
Ut • Mk t to
Lot 91 blk 1ft 6ft
Ui as blk li .u
Ut 18 blk !1 ftft
Ut 1 blk as 6ft
Ut It blk 10 987
UI 7 blk IS 44
Ut 18 blk 48 8 81
Ut • blk 48 1 11
Ut 10 blk 44 .IT
Ut 81 blk 44 .17
ut • blk 78 *•
Lot 18 blk 78 J*
t'ottaiy TraMursr’s O
t -• • Mb mm m
M IMkll M
Lot 8 blk 48 1J8
Ut is blk M .•!!
In purntunc* of «•<
dato Uki, mo, no
■iv«n that on Mondap,
November, 1017. batwet
nine o'clock A. M. and
M of aald day. at tb*
t’onnty Troaaurer la tb
ford, In Oram County
will offer at public aal<
lo the party offering to
Internet and chargee du
arata lot, tract or p
emalleet portion thereof
described lota, tracta a
land lying and alluated
of (Irani and Htate of
the dellnqueat taaea for
which are now paat d
and unpaid. Hald aale w
ed from day to day, bot*
houra. until all of aald
fered for aale and no Id.
of taiea, Internet and i
and charged agalnat e
and parcel la aet opoalt
lion thereof, to-wlt:
Nw or Sec 33 T 29 H 3
K half Nw qr Sec 10 T
He qr Sec 29 T 18 R }
Tract beginning at
1434 ft. aouth of the nc
corner of Nw qr aectlo
thence eaat CBS ft. then*
160 ft. thence eaat 107
west line of C. R.l. 4 I
thence aouthweat 410 ft.
Houtheaat 1A0 ft, thenc*
weat along aald right
1070 ft. to aouth line
Nw qr., thence woat It
weat corner of aald
thence north to heglnl
K half No qr Sec. 19 T 1
Nw qr Sec. « T » 11 S
N half Nw qr Sec 32 T I
Nw qr See. 18 T 29 R
Sw qr Sec 18 T 29 R 6.
Sw qr Sec. 31 T 28 R 6
W half ae qr Sec. 36 T !
1.. 3 and t and a half Nw <ir
13 T 29 R 7 .......
House nnd lot, sw qr S
29 R 7...............
1.. 7 and t< and w half nw u
16 T 28 R 7..........
N half ne qr Sec. 18 T J
Tract beglnlng at nw c
ran'a Addition to Waklta
east about 139 ft. to tt
& S. P. R. R„ thence n
said R. R. to a point dt
of place of beginning,
south to place of beglnn
tract being In the sv
so qr. Sec. 23 T 28 R '
Tract 110x300 ft. Sw qr
T 28 R 7...........
Tract beginning at thi
east corner of Cochran
tion to Waklta, Okla.,
.........east «K> feet thence n
T. & S. F. R. R., thenc
west along said R. R.
line of Cochran's J
thence south to place t
ning. said tract being
Sw qr of the se qr Sec
Tract 423x350 ft. in
Sec 23 T 28 R 7...
Tract 160x170 ft. in Sw
09 t oo n 7
23 T 28 R 7.........
Tract 75x140 ft. in Sw
23 T 28 R 7.........
Tract beginning 40 ft.
533 ft. east of the s<
corner of Section 23 T
thence north 140 ft. eas
north 170 ft., east 140 I
170 ft., east 80 ft., sout)
west 535 ft., to place <
ning in Sw qr Sec i
R 7 ..................
Tract 50x140 ft. in Sw
23 T 28 R 7........
Tract 100x160 ft. in Ss
23 T 28 R 7.......
Tract 30 x-in Sw q
T 28 R 7............
Tract 5x-in Sw qr 5
28 R 7.............
Tract beginning at th
west corner of the si
quarter of Section 21
740 ft., east 1320 ft., s
ft., to the southeast c
1he Sw qr of the Sw
1320 ft. to place of begir
cept tracts situated ii
Sec. 23 T 28 R 7______
Tract 50x140 feet in NorthW
26 T 28 R 7_________
TraOt 100x140 ft in Nw
26 T 28 R 7.........
Tract 60x190 ft. in Nw
26 T 28 R 7_________
qr Sec. 26 T 28 R 7..
Tract 10x15 ft. in Nw
26 T 28 R 7—.....
Tract 190x360 ft. in Nv
26 T 28 R 7........
Se qr Sec. 28 T 28 R
Lots 11 and 12 Block 3......
Part of lots 19-20-21 bJ
Sw qr Sec. 19 T 29 R
Ne qr Sec. 19 T 28 R
W half nw qr Sec. 19 T
Se qr Sec. 22 T 28 R i
Nw qr ne qr Sec. 23 T
1 acre se qr Sec. 2 T 2'
Ne qr Sec 5 T 27 R 8
Ne qr Sec. 10 T 27 F
Sw qr Sec 18 T 27 F
W half Sw qr Sec. 20
Sw qr Sec. 18 T 27 F
Se qr Sec. 22 T 27 F
Se qr Sec 24 T 27 R
Sw qr Sec. 32 T 27 F
Nw qr Sec 16 T 27 F
Ne qr Sec. 24 T 27 R
Se qr Sec. 23 T 27 R
Nw qr Sec. 31 T 27 R
Nw qr Sec. 16 T 26 I
Nw qr Sec. 4 T 26 R ■
Nw qr Sec. 36 T 26 I
S half Ne qr Sec. 7 T
Ne qr Sec. 19 T 26
Rock Island T
Nw qr Sec. 18 T 26 I
Part of Nw qr and sv
20 T 26 R 6________
Part south half se qr I .
26 R 6_____........
Se qr Sec. 28 T 26 R t
Ne qr Sec. 6 T 26 R
2 acres ae qr Sec. 18
^ Coldwater To’
Nw qr Sec 6 T 26 R I
E half Nw qr Sec. 8 '
W half aw qr Sec. 10 T
1 1-2 acres nw qr Sec.
Nw qr Sec. 6 T 25 »
S half aw qr Sec. 8 '
E half ae qr Sec. 11
Sw *r See. 91 T 21 1
MEDFORD PATRIOT-STAR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1617.
A ticket via Book If-
land Lino* call* for a
trip to your destination
—and something olio.
Safety, courteey, trav-
el-oomfort and expedi-
tion ar included.
A buaineei trip b»
oomee a pleaaure and a
pleasure trip a reality
when you got full eer
vice • value for your
That's why you should
ask to bo routed
Fo-r farce, routes and
msarvuti«ms, picas*- call
on or write local licket
atfcnt. Rock Island Lines,
Division Passenger Ag’t
Oklahoma City, Okla.
A OBEAT GAME
Medford Won in Oroat
With every jvluyer showing the
real fighting spirit, Medford
High School's football team out-
played in both defensive nnd of-
fensive the Blackwell High School
toiui I tore Friday afternoon,
winning tho find Medford grid-
iron victory owr Blackwell. The
eeorr was 19 t<> <> in 'avor of
la*wia Wright, Bernard Clark,
'Fiiyh Huntt, Kind Ranckman,
Aiiuw deadly, N«uj Ultey and
Marvin Adman were consistent
Marvin Adams t-urnied tire ball
overt for the first touch down
♦nil dropped it when lie wqa
tackled. Hurst fell on the ball.
Lew la Wright kicked a very dif-
ficult goal. Ulney got away for
the next touchdown. liu ml ear-
ned the bail over for the lust
BETTEB WBITE NOW
New Postage Rates
The new postage rates will go
into effect Friday of this week.
AH letters except to people ill
Medford and on the Medford
routes niuiLled from Medjfoid, will
require three cents postage and
]xxst cards two cents. Drop le>t-
tera and letters to the rural
routes go at- two cents.
There will lie a good program
and pie Kiip|H-r at Grant Hall Sat-
urday night, November 3. for the
Ivenefit of Hickory Orange.
STATE TURNS TO
THU WOMAN GAINS
Stylo SEVENTEEN POUNDS
Tan lac Makes Her Well And
Strong After Fifteen Yean ,
"Tttnlao lute made a well
woman of inc after I had Buffer-
ed for fifteen yenm Ami hud got-
ten to tho |N>int where 1 didn’t
believe 1 conkl possibly live
much longer,” was the remark-
ablj* statement mudo a few dnya
ego by Mtw Lott Do H wofford, wife
of II H Swafford, tho popular
attlteetuui /or the Jew] T«w
Company, and living at the 8t.
CJuiritw Hotel, Galveston, Texan.
"Yew, it’a true,” continued
Mm Swafford. ”1 Itave gained
aevesitmi |miiiiuIn oil Tonlac and 1
am atriNiger and feel better than
I have since I euit remember. Ever
since 1 wiih a child I have suffcr-
4x1 terribly with eaturrli of tlm
stomach and 1 don't believe. any-
body! could Itavo been Lu a worse
cmwiiitiou tiiuei 1 was for the
Jjwist few ycaiw. I suffered con-
stantly with the most,awful (wins
sis iuy stomach anti nearly all ov-
er my body and I had such ter-
rible headaches that sometimes J
almost went distracted.
"My food soured cm my
etouiacli and formed gas that
would gut urouud my heart and
priiother one so I could hardly |
and prevents appendicitis. It
him QUICKEST action of any-
thing wa ever sold. Neal Drug
Company. , No. 2. Adv
Oattlo astd hogs atrlke lowest
level of SMUson, Hogs $2 lower
for week. Cattle OS cents to #1
lower for week. I
Fut eowa..........$<1.00 @ *7-00
Conner oowa and
cutters ........14.00 @ $5.00
Stork cows and
heifers........$4.50 @ $6.00
Bull* ............$4.00 @ $6.00
Stockers .........$5.00 @ $7 00
Feeders .........$7.00 @ $9.00
Heavy Steers, 800 to
1,000 pounds____$8.00 @ $9.50
Calves ..........$6.50 @ $8.00
Good heavy fat hogs......$15.50
1%* and stock
hogs..........$10.00 @ $13.00
Stags, dock 70 lbs........$13.50
Sows, fat but pigy,
dock 40 Ilia.............$15.00
B. G. Eaves 1 to 4
years old......$9,00 @ $12.00
Fat c\v4*s ................$9,00
Food Administrator Has Force
of Several Hundred Citizens
Organized in Every County
F. 1L Smith iiiaier, who was
here front Manchester Thursday,
states that the Wakita oil derrick
is being moved from its location
south of Wakiita to the Will Long
place oust of Manchester where a
test its to be made by the Lcvick
and Stetson/ interests.
A H T A
The Med foul A II T A has
business ,of importance t-o trans-
act Friday aright and every mem-
ber is urged to attend.
The: Red Cross Society did not
meet Monday as there was nia
heat in the work rooms, but
stoves wi.U be installed and every-
tliimg in readiness for Thursday
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oc-
tober 30. (Special.) A complete
nrganiizaition in each county in
Oklahoma has been designated by
Stratton I) Brooks, federal food
administrator for Oklahoma, to
takie the pledge card campaign to
every home in the state. The
signing of these cards does not
Lnvolvt a promise to eat less
'flood it does involve a promise
to co-operate with tin Jcwd ad-
ministration in conserving certain
[lalufws of foods, and to eat so
far as possible those products
grown in the community in order
to conserve shilling facilities.
‘‘The government calls on some
•of us to risk omr lives for the
country,” a, pmcilaanation issu-
ed by Governor R L Williams
stated, "it calls on some of us
\o lend our money, and it calls
on each and everyone of us to co-
operate in the regulation of our
daily habits. That person who
fails to meet his obligations in
any way fa ids in his duty us an
Miss Eunice Eisfelder is visit-
ing in Blackwell, this week.
Mti-s Dwight Wilson is -spending
the week with live parents, Mr
and, Mrs J T Comstock of Deer
breathe and mv heart would flat- I Feeding lambs..........$14.00
Old bucks ..............$6.00
Good heavy draftera, 5 to
9 year* old.....$165 @ $225
Light Artillery, 5 to 9 yr«.
old, wt. 1200 to 1300....$150.
Southern mare*,.....$40 (a) $90
Good heavy mules. .$175 @ 225
Mules 15 hands 1 inch
high ...........$140 @ $175
Mules W/2 to 15 hands
high ............$90 @ $130
Mules 13 >/-.* to 14 hands
high ..............$40 @ $90
— ..... ■
Don’t whip your children for
bd wetting, but bring them to
Dr Carpenter, the Chiropractor.
Cure or no pay. Adv.
Gent A Word Column
* nil hnen
Having dissolved partnership and quitting the dairy business we
will sell cur entire dairy herd at Public Sale, one mile north andj
two miles west of Jefferson, co mmcncing at 10 o’clock sharp on
2 Red Cows, 4 years old giving
1 Ccw, 4 years old, giving milk.
1 Cow, 3 years old giving milk.
1 Black Cow, fresh 5 years old.
4 Red Cows, 4 years old, giving
1 Roan Cow, springer, 5 years old
6 Red Milk Cows, 6 years old.
4 Red Cows, springer, 5 year old.
1 Roan Cow, springer, 6 year old
1 Part Holstien, springer 5 years
These are all good milk cows.
1 Yearling Heifer.
17 Steer Calves.
13 Heifer Calves.
4 Young Calves.
2 Cows, 5 years old.
3 Old Cows.
6 Heifers, 3 years old.
1 Cow, 6 yean old.
These cows will all bring calves
in the spring.
1 Pure Bred Roan Durham Bull
1 High Grade Shorthorn Bull,
44 Head Yearling and long year-
ling steers, good ones.
1 Disk Gang Plow.
1 Johnson Mower.
1 Folding Bed
1 Barrel Cider Vinegar.
100 to 200 Ton Alfalfa Hay, part
baled, part loose.
Several Tons Cane Hay in shook.
1 Brown Filly Coming 2 Yean.
1 Sow, 2 Pigs.
1 Thoroughbred Poland China
TERMS OF SALE: $10 and undler cash in hand over $10 a
credit of 10 months with 10 per cent per annum purchaser giving
approved security. ,
Ladies of M E Aid of Jefferson will serve lunch at noon.
Redding & Mein, owners
J 8 KELLEY, Clerk. H L BURGESS, Ancttoaeer.
t.ir and palpitate until I imAt
thought it would jump out. I
got to where 1 didn’t hardly eat
enough to keep a bird alive, |ynt
even that little would come right
luu-k up in my throat undigested
and ut last my stomach got into
such a condition that it wouldn't
even retain raw eggs and 1 bad
to live on beef tea alone.
‘‘I was so weak that 1 couldn't
walk across the room and when
I tried to walk I would got so
jdlizzy? I would fall, and would
have to be lifted around front
place to place. 1 was ns nerv-
ous ns I could bee and the slight-
est sound would make me jump
and tremble all over, and
gradually went down in weight
until I only weighed eighty-five
pounds. I was an absolute wreck
and didn’t see how I could pos-
sibly ever get wall. 1 tried every-
thing I could find but 1 didn't
get one bit oif relief and good-
ar sit| only knows where 1 would
be now if it hadn ’t been for Tun-
I l^ogan taking this medicine
us a sort of last resort and I
couldn’t tell at first whether it
wnsl doing met any good or not.
but 1 stuck to Tamloc determined
to give it a thorough trial, WclJ.
sir, when 1 was on my fourth bo t-
tle 1 began to notice an im-
provement and from that time on
I kept getting better and now,
I after taking eight bottles, I feel
as well as| I ever felt in my life.
I'.I never dreamed or dared t,o
j hope itluut. I would feel as well
aisi I do now and I can’t begin lo
tell you how grateful I am.
"All !my troubles are gone and
t’ny' nerves are a® steady as iron.
I eat. just anything 1 want- and
nothing gives me a minutes
trouble aiud! 1 now weigh one
hit indeed and two pounds. I sleep
sipleiididly and feel strong and
full cif energy all the time. Why
iv’s' no effort at all for me to
walk from here to the beach and
back and that’s a distance of
thi.) im/il'.cs, and I feel so fine I
jurat, can’t help telling everybody
I meet about Tan lac. My htrS-
band thinks it's the greatest med-
ii.-ine tlnait was ever made and he
tcljra all his customers how it
brought- back my health when
nothing else would even help me.
1 aiq glad to. give this statement
audl I hope that Jots of other snf-
feraing peoplei will read it and
geit reilitef like I did. ’ ’
Tanlac is said in Medfond by
Neal Drug Company.
DON’T AFFECT FIRST CALL
Kx|K-ri«Nieo nut ntvevNtry with
our nelling plan. Exclusive terri-
tory. WrRt) today for ioforma-
tiiNi. .John Sexton A Co., Whole-
«do Grocora^ Lake and Franklin
Stmctfl, Chicago, 1JI. '
h\)H SALE: One high grade
ttntJi* Holatoin e«Jf. Eight ini|«i
north and four ntih« w»*t of Med
fowl. F I* Piyor. 11-1-17
Rmwia oouldn't be expected do
preserve the fruit* of revolution
without a few jam.—Brooklyn
(Uni I'ulilUIhmI «M-tiSinr 'JO. I ill
In I'minty I'ourt In *tnl fur (Irmil i ,'iuty.
N«>TI('K TO ('K*ntrolO>
In lb« matter uf tlir ••»«•»*• of J.iiim- A.
All iM-moimtiarlnarlalnui aaaln%l »al.l lama*
A. IxmoiU, itranaMnl. an* miuln-<l U* iiraaaal
I tin him. nlili tlm namnaary vouchee, tellte
umlrnlcnml ailinlnlatratur. a 4 tlte lira*
County Hank til Madtonl. In Uni Comity uf
Unul, ilatr of Oklahuma. within fnm inontha
of tbp Jala ImnDfur lh» muk* *1111«> fore rat
DalMl tb** not It day of OtXobar. U>||.
II. I). IIKKO.
J. II. McKalry. Allnrury.
At the farm 12 miles west and 2 miles south of Medford,
8 miles south and 1 west of Wakita, 1 % miles south of Con-
solidated No. 1. Beginning at 10 o’clock on
Monday, Nov., 5
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY TO-WIT:
300 HEAD OF UVE STOCK
* 7 f ^ ’A I' v rrr ... % _
Milk cows, some fresh and
some coming fresh, for tale. J.
H. Merritt tf
FOR SALE: Repaired Auto
CaSings. Time 30x3 Auto Casings,
Two 30x31/2 Auto. Casings, See
'Farris at La Noria Grande office,
Medford, Oklahoma. 11-0
For rent: 5 room houoe, light
and water, $8. Frank Craig, tf
Good heating stove for sale.
Oscar Beal. Advertisement tf
Studebaker four .........$385
Studebakcr six ...........500
Overland touring car ......245
Overland touring car ......345
Overland touring oar ......540
Adv. R. J. Russell Motor Co
TAKEN I’P: By Rcmc Crouch
1 mile aouth andl one mffle east of
the Lyle stole, one black white
face calf. Owner can hove the
same by proving property and
paying charges. tf.
The changes in the draft reg-
ulations, by which registered men
.will be divided into classes ac-
cording to occupations, etc., does
not have any efifect on the first
call, according .to an announce-
ment from the war department.
Plans ane yet in a tentative form.
No definite information concern-
ing them will be given until
they are complete and have
been approved by the president.
MEDFORD ASTONISHED BY
A merchant relates the follow-
mg: “For year* I could not
sleep without turning every hour.
Whatever I ate caused gas and
sourness. Aleo had stomach ca-
tarrh. ONE SPOONFUL buck-
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., a*
mixed in Adler-i-ka relieved me
INSTANTLY.” Because A4ller-
i-ka flushes the ENTIRE alimen-
tary tract it relieves ANY CASE
constipation, sour stomach or gas
Dr. Entriken dentist, and Dr.
Barnes eye,ear, nose and throat,
will move their office to the 4th
floor of the Enid National Bank
building November 1st. 11-1
SHEEP FOR SALE
About 300 good ewes front- 3
to 5 years old. George Hamilton,
Medford. Adv. tf
Some second hand stoves
sale Stewart Bros. Adv.
FREE: Would you like to own
land where crops, health, water
and climate arc good? If so,
write us for free literature, de-
scribing our central Arkansas
lands, selling from $20.00 to
$25.00 per acre. If you have the
money to pay half cash balance
to run five years at six percent,
w<e will pay oU your expenses
from Oklahoma City, and return
to look at this lend. If it does
not suit you are not obligated to
buy and trip does not cost you.
one cent. Write Burehffct Beo-
eau Land Co.. 718-19-20 American
National Bank Big., Oklahoma,
City. Oklahoma. It
SOHROP8HIRE EWES 2 TO 5 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 175
POUNDS EACH, EXTRA GOOD ONES, BRED.
25 NEW MEXICO EWES 3 TO 6 YEARS OLD, ALL BRED.
80 HEAD IDAHO EWES, WEIGHT ABOUT 130 POUNDS EACH,
3 TO 6 YEARS OLD. ALL THESE EWES ARE BRED TO
REGISTERED BUCKS FROM STILLWATER.
15 Horses & Mules
MARE MULE 2 YEARS OLD
1 HORSE MULE 2 YR8. OLD
HORSE MULE 1 YB. OLD
BAY MARE MULE, 3 YEARS OLD
SORREL MARE MULE, 3 YEARS OLD
SHETLAND MARE PONY
GRAY MARE 3 YEARS OLD
SORREL MARE 3 YEARS OLD, IN FOAL
1^ ROAN HORSE 3 YEARS OLD,
2 coming 4 Year old mules
1 MARE MULE 3 YEARS OLD
2 SUCKLING COLTS
110 Head Hogs
ABOUT 100 SHOATS, WEIGHT 30 TO 90 POUNDS EACH
2 SOWS WITH PIGS
50 Head Cattle
- • ' ; ■f -
1 JERSEY COW 4 YEARS OLD, GIVING MILK
1 34-JERSEY COW 3 YEARS OLD, GIVING MILK
1 1/2-JERSEY CCW 4 YEARS OLD, GIVING MILK
1 COW JUST FRESH
THESE COWS ARE GOOD ONES
2 COMING 2 YEAR OLD JERSEY HEIFERS
6 COMING YEARLING JERSEY "HEIFERS
1 JERSEY STEER CALF
1 RED POLL BULL
1 SHORTHORN BULL, LONG YEARLING
35 HMTi COWS, HEIFERS AND STEERS, SOME COWS COM
High (lost of Living Reduced: All
necessities, groceries, paints, oils,
and stock foods at wholesale
prices. Go into a legitimate bus-
iness of your own. Our goods
And house nationally known. Ask
your banker. Establish a regu-
lar trade in your home territory.
1 ALFALFA CREAM SEPARATOR, SIZE 16, OOOD ONE
2 DOZEN PLYMOUTH BOOK, CHICKENS
1 USED PIANO.
Ladies Aid of ME Consolidated No. 1 Will Servo Lunch
Terms of Sale:
A credit of nine months will be* given on gams of $10.00 and
over, purchaser to give bankable note drawing 10 peroent interest
from date, two peroent discount for cash sumo under AIMO*
sash without discount. All property moot be settled for before
being removed from the premises.
BURGESS A LACY, AUCTIONEERS J. H KELLY, fll.EEN
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