The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, October 6, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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Notice Of Sheriff's Sale.
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of au order of sale Issued out
of the Superior Opurt of Oklahoma
County, State of Oklahoma, on (he
0th day of September, lull, in an
action wherein Hfnry Stegelman was
plaintiff and Rufus Jackson, Eliza
Jackson, D. M. Beaty, Mamie P.
Updike, (formerly Mamie P. Grace),
and Warner E. Vance were defend-
ants, in which such order of sale, re
citing: That ou the 21st day of
February, lull, said plaintiff,
Henry Stegeluian recovered of and
from the defendant, Mamie P. Up-
dike formerly Mamie P. Grace, judg-
ment for the sum of $1,046.66, with
interest thereon from February Si,
1911, at the rate of 8 per ceut per
annum, attorney’s fee of $100.00
and all costs of suit.
Such order further reciting that
the said defendant, Mamie P. lip-
dike, formerly Mamie P. Grace, for
the use and benefit of Henry Stegel-
mau aud for herself, recovered judg-
ment against the defendants, Rufus
Jackson and Eliza Jackson for the
sum of $8,683.90 with interest from
February 21, 1911, at 10 per cent
per annum and the sum of $307.00
attorney’s fees, and costs incurred.
Further reciting a forolusure of
mortgage lieu and directing order of
sale to sell without appraisement the
following described real estate lying
and being situated in Oklahoma
County, State of Oklahoma: the NW
1 of Sec. 18 Twp. 13 N, of Range 1
W., 1. M.
The proceeds to be applied as
directed under said order of sale,
directing me, the undersigned Sheriff
of Oklahoma County, State of Okla-
homa, commanding me to seize, ad-
vertise and sell, without appraise-
ment, the said lands, to-wit: the
Northwest Quarter of Sec. (18),
Towuship Thirteen (18), North of
Range one West, 1. M., in Okla-
homa County, state aforesaid, to
satisfy the judgment and decree of
forclosure rendered iu said cause in
favor of the said plaiutiff and iu
favor of the said defendant, Mamie
P. Updike against the said Rufus
Jackson and Eliza Jackson undj all
other defendants named and men-
tioned in said decree made February
I will on the loth day of October,
1911, at the hour of a o'clock P. M.
of said day, at tbe front door of the
Court House in the City of Okliv-
boma City, in said Coauty Slid State,
offer for sale and sell without ap-
praisement, to to the highest bidder
for cash tho said property above de-
scribed or so much thereof as will
satisfy said judgment and order of
sale, with ail interest, attorneys’
fees and sosts.
Witness my band this the 24 th
day of August, 1911.
Sheriff of Oklahoma County.
By Cha. W. Friss,
Uudershleritf of said County.
Pub Sept. 8-l5-!22-29 and Oct. 0,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
State of Oklahoma, ) Iu the
Oklahoma County, j Superior Court.
Daniel W. Henderson, Plaintiff..
Christine Henderson, Defendant.
Case No. 1953.
Said defendant Christine Hender-
son will take notice that he has lieeu
sued in the above named court for a
divorce on the grounds of extreme
cruelty and gross ueglect of duty
aud plaintiff further prays for the
care aud custody of their minor and
you, said defendant, must auswer
the petition filed tbcreiu bv said
plaintiff ou or before the 2nd day of
Novemlter, lull, or saiti petition
will be taken as true ami a judgment
for said plaintiff will lw rendered
Attest: J Alftis Bis AT Y, Clerk.
. (Seal) By lieu Shilling, Deputy.
V. 0. Hughes, | i
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Pub Sept. 22-2$ and Oct. 0.
Now that tbe smoke of battle has
chased Itself, most people agree that
the late summer was the worst they
ever endured. The mau who wants
to tell about a worse Bummer away
(lack iu 1827 gets little sympathy.
INSECTS KILLING BIG GAME
Bulldog Files Attack the Moose, Which
Take Refuge In Water end
Bulldog flies are killing big game
along the international boundary, ac-
cording to County Commissioner
Heiic Clementson. Two moose were
killed last week near a lumber camp
on the east fork Of Rapid river, and
in his opinion large numbers of fine
animals have lost their lives the last
The flics, which are fully a half
inch long, are more plentiful than
for many years and attack the moose
in large numbers. Their stings
drive the animals to distraction and
in a crazed condition the rush
through the woods, often entering
log camps filled with men. They seek
water and several have been drowned
in attempting to evade the torment-
ing flies. A big moose was pulled
out of the river twice last Thursday
by lumbermen and the flies brushed
The deer are more fortunate in
escaping the pests and have not suf-
fered very much as yet, but are hav-
ing tiieir troubles from the deer flies.
—Bcmidji correspondence Minneap-
NOT BUILDING THE TEMPLE
Methodist’s Rebuke of Presbyterian
Brother Who Wes One of the
A Presbyterian minister who had
very conservative ideaB dropped in
one night on a Methodist revival
where an extraordinary amount of
exhorting and shouting were going
on. He sat down in a scat far toward
the hack, and though he felt in.sym-
pathy with the work going ou he
could not bring himself to engage in
the same kind of vocal activity. Pres-
ently a Methodist brother mimed
Smith went back, and urged him to
come up and join the rank of work-
ers, but the conservative held back,
exclaiming: "I am one of the quiet
kind, you know, and don’t believe in
so much noise and hubbub; you must
remember, Brotlier Smith, that in
the building of tlic temple there was
heard neither the sound of saw nor
“Humph 1” snorted Brother Smith,
“we are not building temples here,
we are just blasting rock. The Lord’s
going to look after the temple.”
THE TRAVELER'S COMFORT.
A slipper without a heel, which if
so soft that it can be folded and put
into a very small space, is a new in-
vention designed for the traveler.
We have had cretonne hats and
costs, cretonne covers for the furni-
lure, and now cretonne slippers are
among the latest things. A woman
was making a pair the other day
without a pattern. She bought a
pair of solea, such as are used foJ
the crocheted slippers, put her foot
on the floor, fitted the cretonne ovet
the instep and the rest was easy.
She bound the top of the slipper and
sewed the lower edge to the sole. It
will prove a great convenience foi
wear in the sleeper during the night
LONG RECORD BROKEN.
The Rev. Robert Hugh Benson, the
novelist, is now Motiaignore Benson,
having been promoted by I’ius X.
His father was an Anglican arch-
bishop, and he is the first case since
1606 of a member of an archbishop’s
family going over to the church of
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MEN THAT WASTE YOUR TIME
Writer Bate Down Certain CU», end
With Much Truth, ae Being
To a heap of people, maybe tbe big
majority, life Is juet loafing along,
wrltei Tip In the New York Preaa.
There’s the fellow who site smoking
on a porch or etoop and throws a
dozen or so matches upon the lawn
or Into the yard. It would be Just ai
easy, and a million times as decent,
for him to put them In an aah receiv-
er—too much trouble to get one—or
lay them In a little pile beside him to
be dlzpoeed of riterward. But It takes
somebody a quarter of an hour to go
and gather up the half burned sticks
that he has scattered everywhere. He
prides hlmeelf, perhaps, upon not be-
ing flnleky; would be mad er a hornet
to be told he wee Just e loafer.
There's the fellow who sticks a fine
■teel blade into acid fruit, spoiling tbe
fruit and tbe knife, not even bothering
to wipe the blade. It takes e second
to do the damage; It would take for-
ever to undo it. There’s the fellow
who goee and finds a screwdriver In
Its proper place to tighten up a win-
dow hasp, cay, and, after tightening It
■o that It will not work at all, puta
tha screwdriver down anywhere, bo
that the one who must untlghten the
hasp has ;. > hunt for hours all over
the house for the aorewdrlver. The
fellow hae no doubt he waa being use-
ful; he waa being a dtng-goned nuis-
ance; westing other people’s valuable
There's the fellow who knows that
lt’e about time for an axle to need oil
or grease, but tomorrow will do, when
It's handy; so the hot box that cornea
along before then pute the thing out
of commission and costa dollars to get
In shape again. He thinks he was tn
hard luck that It wouldn't run long
enough for him to find the lubricant
without any trouble; he was Just a
There's the fellow who burns a
cigar when he needs it, and goes off
leaving It burning Just the same when
he doesn't need It He’s very likely to
plume himself on not being penny-
wise; he has the responsibility and
sense of a Digger Injun. There are
10,000 ways In which that aort loafs
along through life, cock-sure they are
useful human belnga, but mostly leav-
ing wreck and ruin In their wake.
From the start they have no chance
for success; at the finish they are
ghastly failures. And every mother’s
son of them takes his oath, at any
stage of the game, that he Is being
passed by somebody all the time mere
ly because the other Is smiled upon by
fortune and pampered by favoritism.
The Largeet Sassafras Tree.
Atlanta leads the south In many re-
spects, the nation In several ways, but
until recently the fact that Atlanta
leads the world In at leaBt one thing
has been unknown. A sassafras treb-
le the principal in Atlanta's new hid
for fame The largest sassafras tree
In the world, Bays the department of
To most people the name sassafras
le associated In their minds with tbe
picture of a low, etunted bush luxur
lantly foliaged from the roots of
wblch their grandmothers made tea to
"cure spring fever" and other Ilia of
that naturs. A snsssfras tree has
been a thing unknown.
4n the year of tha First Methodist
Church of Atlanta the sassafras tree
stands, rassed by thousands each day.
none of whom has realised that In
that yard waa growing the biggest
tree of Its kind In tbe world. Few of
the members of the church wore
cognizant of Itz existence, though It
has shaded little children In their
play for many years and will proba
bly perform the same ioving task for
years to come.
The tree, according to the experts
of the agricultural department. Is
more than Hid years old It Is seven
and a half feet In circumference, fifty
feet high aud hae a spread of more
than forty feet, overshadowing all the
trees In Its neighborhood.—Atlanta
“What about this now flytrap of
“T think it is going to make
THE BEST FOR
"Do you think that man fully appro-
bates tbe Importance of the office to
which we have elected him?" said one
"1 guess he does," replied the oth
er. "Tbe first thing be did was to
tay It ought to command a larger (al-
COL. N. N. EVANS.....
Tbe eta Reliable
I Cried More Sales Last Year Than All Other Auctioneers in the
County. Rates Reasonable.
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Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of sale issued out
of tbe District Court of Oklahoma
County, Oklahoma, on the 26th day
of September, 1911, in an action
wherein F. V. Wilhite was plaiutiff,
and Oscar K. Tullis, Hattie Tollis
and the unknown heirs of Oscar K.
Tullis were defendants, directed to
me, the umlersigued Sheriff of Okla-
homa County, commanding me to
levy upon aud sell the following des-
cribed property, to-wit: Lot No. 31,
in Block 109, iu North Oklahoma
City Addition to Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, to sat-
isfy a judgement aud decree of fore-
closure in favor of said plaintiff and
against said desendants, obtained and
made in said Court on the 4th day
of March, 1911, for the sum of $50
principal, $14.38 interest thereon
and $28.00 attorney’s fee with inter-
est on the full amount of the judg-
ment at 10 per cent per annum from
the 4th day of March, 1911, aud
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Notice Of Publication.
State of Oklahoma, ) In the
Oklahoma County, j Superior Court.
Isabelle Alexander. Plaintiff.
John S. Alexander, Defendant.
Said defendant, John 8. Alexan-
der, will hike notice that he lias been
sued in tbe above named court lor
divorce, alimony, custody and divis-
ion of property, on the grounds of
extreme cruelty and gross neglect of
duty, and plaiutiff further prays for
the care and custody of their minor
children, and you, said defendant,
must answer tile petition filed there-
in by said plaintiff on or before the
9th day of November, 1911, or said
petition will be taken as true and a
lodgement for said plaintiff will be
Attest: James Beaty, Clerk.
(Seal) By Leo Shilling, Deputy.
Jas. S. Tw.vford,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Pub Sep 29 to Oct 13
• The New Hydrocycle.
First came the bicycle, with which
all are familiar. Next came the mo-
torcycle, clipping it through the
streets at terrific pace—the power be
fng supplied by a mysterious box un-
der the rider’s seat, which gives the
machine Is name. Now comes an In-
ventor at Oakland. Cal. E. Frey, with
a new machine called the hydrocycle,
which Is a motorcycle designed to run
on water. Mr. Frey has long since
won recognition In mechanical con-
trivances— hla new gas engine, now
In general use, demonstrating the fact
that be Is something more than a
mere dreamer of dreams. H1b hydro-
cycle has three wheels, which are
floated by two air tanks located in the
center of the machine. Rudders for
steering are attached to the tanks on
either side, and are controlled by a
small wheel placed between the han-
dle bars. The third or extra wheel la
In the rear—the three wheelB being In
line or tandem. The rider’s seat la
located between the first two wheels,
while the third wheel In the rear Is
supplied with ten paddles on either
side, which extend etx Inches beyond
Its rim and so reach down Into the
water. The hydrocycle Is thus a mo-
torcycle, propelled by a third wheel
carrying paddles ft the stern
A Devoted Constituent.
"That member of congress says you
lave voted for him for the last 15
"That’s right," replied Farmer Corn-
“You must think a lot of him."
“Well, I dunno. You see, 16 years
•go I had a couple o’ hoes trades with
lim, an’ since then I’ve alius felt safer
with him spendln' eo much of his time
I will, on the 2nd day of Novem-
ber, 1911, at the hour of 2 o’clock,
p. in. of said day, at the west front
door of the County Courthouse, iu
the Citv of Oklahoma City, Oklaho-
ma Couutv, State of Oklahoma, offer
for sale, and sell to tbe highest bid-
der for cash, the said property above
described, or us much thereof as will
satisfy said judgement with interests
Witness my baud this 26th tiny of
Sheriff of Oklahoma County.
By Clias. \V. Friss, Uuder Sheriff.
Bennett & Pope,
Pub Sept 29 to Oct 27
Twelve - disc Van Brunt Wheat
Drill, comparatively new, for sale.—
R. L. Trotter, Route 1.
All parties indebted to me are
hereby notified that their notes may
be found at the Bank of Jones.
Please call at once and settle same
Choice Alfalfa Hay for Sale—G.
W. King, Jones, Okla.
\ KILLthe cough
<and CURE THE LUNGS
j w,th Dr. King’s
I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
OB MONEY REFUNDED.
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Keyes, Chester A. The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, October 6, 1911, newspaper, October 6, 1911; Jones, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc860112/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.