The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1928 Page: 2 of 4
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1628.
ELRENO DAILY DE1CRAI
H. J. Davis Says:
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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It is therefore hereby ordered by the
Court. That Wednesday, the 29th day
,f February, 1928, at the hour of Ten
o’clock A. M., of said day, that being
i day of the regular January Term, 1928
->f said Court, be, and the same la here-
by appointed for the settlement there-
}(, at the County Court Room In the
’Ity of El Reno, in said County, when
nnd where any person interested in said
estate may appear and file hia excep-
tions in writing to the account and pe-
tition for distribution, and contest the
Dated this 8th day of February. 192*.
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: A. W. Masson _______________ 1 lalntiff
The Unknown Heirs, Executors, Admin-
istrators, Devisees, Trustees, Assigns,
immediate nnd remote, if any, of Mary
Mesklmen. deceased. et at, ..Defendants
NOTICE OF SERVICE BY
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, To:
The unknown Heirs, Executors, Aamln-
| tstrntors. Devisees, Trustees and As-
signs, immediate nnd remote, if any, of
Mary Mesklmen, deceased: I
The Unknown Heirs, Executors. Ad-
ministrators. Devisees, Trustees and
Assigns, immediate and remote, of r. r.
Mitliken, known ns T. F. Millikan and
as Thomas F Millikan, deceased:
Carrie L. Millikan, known as Carrie
Millikan, Carrie L. Millikon and as Cary
L. Millikan, if living, nnd if dead, her
unknown Heirs. Executors. Administra-
I tors, Devisees, Trustees aiul Assigns,
' immediate and remote:
! Robert Haul Millikan, if living, and if
dead, his unknown Heirs. Executors,
Administrators. Devisees, Trustees and
| Assigns, immediate nnd remote:
Noti'-c Is hereby given that a petition ----- " „ '.'~T*
is filed In the District Court of Canadian (Publish Feb. 9, 16, 23—Mar. 1, 8, 1928)
Count v. Oklahoma, wh-reln A W. Mason IN THE DIBTRIl JT COURT'OF CANA-
si plaintiff and you and each of you. DIAN COUNTY, STATE, OF
et al are defendants, and all of said OKLAHOMA
defendants heretofore named are here- The Local Building and Loan Association
by notified that thev have been sued a Corporation, of Oklahoma City, Okla-
in said action in the above named homa, ..... Plaintiff
i court to quiet title In plaintiff to the j vs. _
real estate hereinafter described, and to j J. J. 5Yomack and Carrie Womack,
(Publish Feh. 9, 16)
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CANA-
DIAN COUNTY, STATE OF
In the matter of the estate of James
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
James Moffat, deceased, are required to
present the same with the necessary
vouchers, to the undersigned ad ■ih.lstra-
trix at her residence located on the
Northeast 1-4 of Section 10, Township
14 North, Range 6 West I. M. Canadian
County, near Okarche, Oklahoma, within
four months of the date iicreof or tho
same will be forever barred.
Dated this 9th day of February, 1928.
MINNIE M. MOFFAT,
H. L. Fogg, Attorney for Administratrix.
j determine heirship of Mary Mesklmen,
deceased, and of T. F. Millikan, de-
ceased. nnd must answer the petition
filed therein by the plaintiff A. W. Mas-
son, on or before the 15th day of
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
Notice Is hereby given that I, the
undersigned Sheriff, pursuant to a spe-
March, 1928, or said petition will be Hal execution and order of sale issued
, taken as true and will be adjudged and j to me out of the office of the Clerk of
| decreed that Mary Mesklmen died nte- i the above named Court, will, on the 13th
state in Canadian County, Oklahoma, on day of March, 1928, at two o’clock P.
the 27th day of March, 1900, and was ut M., at the East front door of the Court
*he time of her death the owner of Lot House in El Rdno, In Canadian County,
Eight (8), Woo,: Sixty (601, City of El State of Oklahoma, offer for sale at
Reno Canadian Cnuntv, Oklahoma: public aucton, without appraisement, and
that Harriet Cockrell and Lillie M. Pee- sell to the highest and best bidder for
ides, known ns L. M. Peebles, as Lillie
M. Henderson and as Lille M. Henderson,
w,re the sole nnd only heirs of Mary
Mesklmen, deceased, and took under
the laws of succession said real prop-
erty. In the following respective propor-
tions. thereof. to-Wlt:
Harriet Cockrell, daughter, nn undi-
vided one half interest.
cash in hand, the following described
real estate, situated In Canadian Coun-
ty. State of Oklahoma, to-wit:
Lots 13 and 14, Block 5, Fair Addi-
tion to El Ileno, according to the
recorded plat thereof, with the Im-
provements thereon and appurte-
nances thereunto belonging,
which property will be sold to satisfy
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Lillie M. Peebles, daughter, an undt- a certain judgment rendered by the
vided one half Interest. In and to the Court In the above entitled cause on the
above described real estate. 1st day of August, 1927, In favor of the
It will be further adjudg' d and decreed plaintiff, The laical Building and Loan
bv tlie court that T. F. Millikan, known Association, against the defendant. Car-
as T. F. Millikan and as Thomas F. ric Womack, for the sum of 8322.16.
Millikan, died intestate in Canadian with interest thereon from the date of
Countv, Oklahoma, on or about the 1st said judgment at the rate of ten per-
dny of May. 1901. and ut the time of his cent per annum until puid, the further
death wns the owner of Lots 6. 7. and sum of 850.00 attorney's fees, and the
8. Block 60, City of El Reno. Oklahoma, costs of said action, the Court adjudging
and that the persons who took sold real the plaintiff to have a first mortgage
property under the laws of succession lien upon said real estate for the amount
and the respective proportion thereof, of said Judgment and foreclosing said
were as follows, to-wit: mortgage and ordering said property
Carrie I- Millikan, wife, nn undlvld- sold to satisfy said judgment,
cd one half Interest, Witness my hand at El Reno, in Ca-
Robert Paul Millikan, son. an undl- nadlan County, Oklahoma, this 7th day
vided one half Interest: and It will be of February, 1928.
further adjudged that each of the heirs, T. C. SHACKLhTT,
immediate and remote of T. F Millikan. Sheriff,
deceased, and the heirs, immediate and Everest, Vaught k Brewer, Attorneys for
remote of Mary Mesklmen, deceased. Plaintiff.
are forever barred by the statute of ■ ■——.. .....
limitation from bringing an action for (Publish Feh. 9, 16, 23)
the recovery of said real estate, nnd NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
will he adjudged and decreed that the No. 7958.
plaintiff, A. W. Masson. Is the owner State of Oklahoma to William A. Reeves:
in fee simple and that his title in and Take notice that you have been sued
to said real estate is superior and para- in the district court of Canadian County
mount to tho claims of the defendant State of Oklahoma, by Julia R. Reeves
or either of them, and that neither of In nn action for absolute divorce, and
said defendants have any right, title or wherein it Is alleged that you have been
interest in or to said real estate de- guilty of abandonment: upon which
scribed herein, or any part thereof, and ground to the relief mentioned is prayed
that the cloud will be moved therefrom for: and that you must answer the pe-
and title quieted In the plaintiff, A
Dated this 31st day of January. 1928.
(SEAL) Court Clerk.
Roberson & Roberson, attorneys for
<Publish Feh. 2. 9 16. 28, Mar. 1 )
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, CANADIAN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SAID
COUNTY AND STATE
Ida Shipley ______________ Plaintiff
Ethel M. Brindley, et nl
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
tltion filed therein by said plaintiff on
or before the 23 day of March 1928, or
same will be taken ns true and Juug-
ment rendered for -r'd plaintiff for ab-
fSEAL) Court Clerk.
By Lela Boyd. Deputy.
C, A. Bannister. Atty.
(Publish Feb. 9. 16. 23. 1928)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO:
The unknown heirs, executors, adnilnis-
_ Defendants | tratnrs. devisees, trustees and assigns
j "f Aaron W. Haring, deceased: Mary H.
Haring. If living and If dead her un-
i known heirs, executors, administrators,
devisees, trustees and assigns. If any:
to tho special execution and order of sale Henry O. Haring. If living and If dead.
Issued out of the District Court of ('a- his unknown heirs, executors, admlnis-
nadian County, Oklahoma, on the first trators. devisees, trustees and assign*, if
day of February. 1928. in nn action ] any: John G. Haring, If living and If
therein pending wherein Ida Shipley Is dead, his unknown heirs, executors, ad-
plnlntirf and Ethel Rrindley. and Ethel | mlnlslrators. devisees, trustees and as-
Brlndley as guardian of the persons and ; signs, if any: the unknown heirs, exe-
estates of Naomi Brindley. Esther Brind- I eutors. administrators, devisees, trus-
lev. Warrenetta Brindley and Rachel tecs nnd assign-. Immediate and remote
Frances Brindley, minors; and Naomi of Frank N. Chick, deceased: the heir*.
Rrindley. Esther Brindley. Warrenetta | executors, administrators, devisees, trux-
Brlndley and Rachel Frances Brindley, tees and assigns, immediate and remote
minors: Harley Wilson. Mu-tnng Lease of Mamie C. Chick, deceased: Helen M.
Company. N. A McMillan. H. C. Tms- Chick, If living and If dead, her un-
ner and W. R. Ramsey are defendants,
being cause No. 7669 In said Court. That
I will sell at public auction to tho hlch- —Defendants.
known heirs, executors, administrators,
devlse.s trustees and assigns, if any,
est and best bidder for eash and without
appraisement „n the 7tli day of March.
1928 at the hour of 1:60 o’clock p. in. ............. .....______________
nnd at the East Door of the County j Charles F. Mclw/naid. and L. C. Oad
Notice is hereby given that a petition
has been filed in the District Court of
Canadian County. Oklahoma, wherein
Court House in the city of El Reno. Cn- h.rrv are plaintiffs and you and each
nadlan County. Oklahoma, the following ,,f you are Defendants and that you
!. / ,1 In M .1 » .. .1 . _ A _ . • _* . n . ■ ____J n — J
and each of you hnve been sued and
| must answer the Petition filed by the
Plaintiffs on or before the 22nd day <>f
March. 1928 or the same will be taken
as true and It will he s'Oud-ed and de*
j r,.,.,] th»t one Aaron W Haring, now
deceased, wns at the time of hla death
the owner of the following described
real property situated In Canadian
Countv, State of Oklahoma, to-wl(:
Lot Fifteen (15) Block One Hun-
described lands and tenements in said
writ described, to-wit:
Southeast Quarter of the North-
west Quarter and Lot Three nnd
Southwest Quarter of the North-
east Quarter and Lot Two, nil In
Section 5. Township 10 North nnd
Rniice 5 West, I. M , In Canadian
County. State of Oklahoma.
That said lauds and tenements will l,e
sold for the purpose of satisfying n cer-
tain Judgment nnd decree of foreclosure; (I red' Seven' (107)’ City of El Reno,
entered In said cause and In said court Oklahoma
on the first day of August. 1927 In favor that the deed of conveyance made
of the said plaintiff and against said November 15th, 1961, bv the executors
, defendants upon which there is due the ,,f his estate conveyed color of title to
sum of 14,896.60 with Interest at six per- the whole of said real property and that
! cent from h 'hruary 7. 1928. an attnr- PlnnMff* and their grantor* In the chain
i , . ,’,n 00 ;,,m, ,h" "f Kn,’> of title since the date thereof have been
Br*!™ ;p *"v‘ approxlmati ly 15n.no ,n uninterrupted, nctual. peaceable pos-
! 1(lLa first <lny of Fubniary, thormf nrtvrrw* to wild Defend*
_ „ ant*, and each of them and It ^srlll »»«
. , T,\ ' -*nA< KLLTT. | further adjudged that Frank N. CJilrk.
n e\/f n Canadian County, Oklahoma now deceased, was at the time of his
..iiniLv cka,,ha’ death the owner of ,
attorney for Plaintiff. T,„ p„„rt,,en or in Block One
: is i.—I—n—- Hundred Seven (107) City of LI
WATP op nmitavi' JJj*!-... | Reno. Canadian County. Oklahoma.
CO I TV Tv T'kLAMCMA, CANADIAN „m| that the persons who took said real
IN’ THE DISTRICT COURT
W. D. Ward ..... ........ Plaintiff
Lucy C. 'Sard ----------. _ Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
The Sjato of Oklahoma to Lucy C.
Take notice that you have been sued
! In the above named court by said plain-
| tiff, fur divorce nnd property, up the
l grounds of gross neglect of duty, and
abandonment and you said defendant
! must answer the petition filed here |n |,y
said plaintiff on or before the 22nd day
( f March, 1928, or said petition will I.,.
1 . . atid judgment for said
plaintiff will he rendered accordingly,
Dated this 6th day of February 19”X
FRANK TAYLOR. ‘
(SEAT,) Court C1»rk
Oscar Simpson, attorney f„r Plaintiff,
fPublish Feh 9, 16 19H>
NOTICE OF HEARING SETTl f MFNT
OF FINAL ACCOUNT. AND PETITION
State of Oklahoma. Canadian County sa-
IN THE COUNTY COUUT OF HAin'
hI«2s; iUSLr*1* * h«»*
•J ,H P?’1 ** Administrator of the
estate of Henry Harrison Rest, deceased
having on the *th day of February, 1#?*'
rendered for settlement and filed In this
t ourt his Fine! account and renort of
his administration ss simh Admlnlstra-
tor and potltlog^or distribution, nnd pe-
property under the Inst will and testa-
ment of said Frank N. Chirk and under
the law of succession and the share ot
eru h was ns follows, to-wit: .
Mamie C Chick, widow, an undivided
one half (tit Interest.
Helen M chirk, dauekter, an undivid-
ed .me half (V.) Interest. .
ns the sole devisees nnd heirs v l"”
of said Frank N. Chick, deceased, and
ll will he further adjudged that Mamm
C. Chick died Intestate the owner ot
an undivided one-hnlf (IZ) Inter-
est In ted Fourteen (141 Block One
Hundred Seven (107) City of *.1
Retm. Oklahoma, ,
and that the person who took said real
property under the law of succession
was her daughter, Helen M. Chick, who
Inherited the whole thereof as her »0|6
nnd onlv heir *t law nnd It will be fur-
ther adjudged that the Plaintiff* add
their grantor* In the chain ot title
been In actual, open, notorious. un'n
runted nnd peaceable possession of **to
property adverse to the claim* of an
Defendants In said cause for more than
15 yenrs Inst past and that nil
ntits are now barred hy the 1*
rtntnte of limitation from asserting or
claiming nnv title or lnter*H therein
nnd the Plaintiffs title to said preP*
ertv ns set forth In the aforesaid Few*
tlon will he in *11 re'.peet* add for
purposes quieted and confirmed.
Doted this * dav of February. DU-
fSEAL) Court Clerk.
By Loin Boyd. Deputy ...
J A. Rinehart, Attorney for Plait tin.
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