The Chandler News-Publicist (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, June 12, 1914 Page: 8 of 8
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imiDAY, J1TYK 12. 1014.
To Quote from Heinemann’s Store JVeWs:
“Heinemann s Eleventh Anniversary Sale
To Be Inaugurated June 13th, 1914
Will Prove a Unique and Most Interesting “Festival of Bargains” of Three Weeks Duration
In as much as our Eleventh Business Year, just ended, has proven so infinitely1 more successful than
proceeding years, we felt that to do this occasion justice, we must plan to make this Eleventh Anni-
versary Sale an event surpassing even
our Anniversary Sales of the past few
years—and these wonderful Events creat-
ed wide-spread interest. That our efforts
will prove successful, seems unquestion-
able, for we have gathered for this three
weeks event, an assemblage of such un-
usual offerings—and these, of our choicest
and newest stocks—that mere knowledge
of them will bring Seekers of Economy
from far and wide and to assure that they
will feel fully repaid would be putting
it mildly. .
On Saturday, June 13th
We Will Present Our Customers With
Souvenirs of Rare Beauty
Customers who have re-
ceived our souvenirs of the past
will understand the rare beauty
of these, when we say that they
surpass any we ever before pre-
IT WILL PROVE A DELIGHT-
We state unreservedly that this state
HAS NEVER KNOWN MERCHANDISING OFFERS
OF SUCH WHOLESOME VALUES. LET US
PROVE THIS STATEMENT TO YOU PERSONALLY”
On Saturday, June 13th
Our Customers Will be Entertained by
Free Moving Pictures
We have arranged with the
management of the ODEON
THEATRE to secure finest feat-
ure films, for exclusive entertain-
ment of our customers.
BRING YOUR ENTIRE FAM-
ILIES. FREE ADMISSION TICK-
ETS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY
AT OUR STORE
Dear Editor: —
As you suggest we took a
stroll to see who the progressive
merchants are and And Wm
Flynt, Finch A Hopkins, J. H
Lockwood, Hereford & Chan-
dler, all meat markets, dry
goods stores, furniture stores,
and all barber shops closed by
7:00 p. m . and recommend the
patronage of the public to these
stores whose proprietors show
by their actions that they be-
lieve In progressive methods
and regular hours for their
COMPRLH JUDGE TO DWQUAIilFY.
JuMire Hi<l<llc i in an Opinion, Take*
Action in Beqnoyah County Case.
Oklahoma City, June 10.—The su-
preme court in an opinion by Justice
Riddle Tuesday issued a writ of
(mandamus compelling John H. Pitch-
ford, judge of the district court of
Sequoyah county, to disqualify him
in a case in which J M. Mayo was
defendant Mayo applied for the
writ on the ground that Joseph 1.
Pitchford a son of the district Judge
was attorney for the plaintiff in that
case and was to secure a fee contin-
gent upon winning the ease.
The supreme court held that un-
der the circumstances Judge Pitch-
ford should have disqualified him-
Auother writ of mandamus was
granted by the supreme court in an
opinion by Justice Riddle In the case
where Martha Kigal and others ap
*1 Charles B. Wilson of the district
* I court of Lincoln county to settle and
* sign a case made in a case in which
♦ they were interested. Judge Wil-
♦ son refused to settle the case made
■* on the contention that the testimony
of some of the witnesses was not
given in detail. His defense was that
ho did not remember the detail evi-
dence but only had a geheral knowl-
edge of the testimony In the case
therefore wouldn’t attempt ‘o cor-
rect the case mado and prepare it
for his signature. The court in Jus-
tice Riddle’s opinion holds that this
was not sufficient grounds for refus-
ing to settle and sign the case made
on the part of Judge Wilson as the
Judge under the law is presumed to
have a detailed knowledge of the evi-
dence in a case tried before him
and it is his duty to correct the ap-
peal papers and make them speak
the truth when they are properly
presented to him
KEEN APPETITE, BOWELS REG-
ULAR, ALWAYS FEEL FINE.
The best remedy liver, stom-
ach or bowel troubles and especially
constipation is the famous HOT
SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS.
Gut out Calomel and slam bang
purgatives Try HOT SPRINGS
LIVER BUTTONS Just once and
you’ll have no use for any other liver
remedy. Fine for sick headache, sal-
low skin, dull eyes and blotches.
Druggists everywhere for 25c.
Hot Springs Liver Buttons, Hot
Springs Rheumatism Remedy
Sunday school at it: 50 a. m.
Children’s Day service at 11:00 a.
This will take the platfe of. the
regular morning service. None off
the parents will want to miss this
Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p. m.
Topic: "How Employers and Em-
ployees Should Work Together.”—-
Col. J: 22-25; 4:1.
Evening service at 8.00. Subject:
"One of Life's Greatest Teachers.”
U1 tnjoyed the male quartet last
Sunday evening and we believe they
will sing for us again next Sunday
night. There will also be special
music by the choir.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Dr. H. C. Case will preach at 11.
Commission service 12:00.
The district superintendent will
preach at Union school at 3:30 p. ra.
Children’s day services 8:00.
"The Children's Hour.” •
Don’t miss this service
Quarterly conference Saturday
night. June 13. Let all the official
members be presewt
Sunday school 9:45.
Union prayer meeting Wednesday
night at First Christian church
Choir practice Friday night.
The Glorious Day of Divine Favor Is
The period in which sin is permit-
ted has been a dark night to hu-
manity, never to be forgotten; hut
the glorious day of righteousness
and divine favor is soon to be usher-
ed in by Messiah, lie, as the SUN
OF RIGHTEOUSNESS, shall arise
and shine fully aud clearly into and
upon all, bringing, healing and bless-
ing, which will more than counter-
balance the dreadful night of weep-
ing, sighing, pain, sickness and death,
in which the groaning creation has
been so long, "peeping may endure
for a night, but joy cometh in the
For further LIGHT on the coming
Kingdom send thirty-five cents for
the Helping Hand for Bible Students,
entitled. "THY KINGDOM COME.”
Bible and Tract Society, 17 Hicks
Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
each of them from all right. title, in-
terest. property and equity of redemp-
tion In and to said premises or any
(Seal) JAS A. EMBRY,
Clerk of the District Court
.1AF A. EMBltV,
By H. W. ST
JOHNSON & CORDELL.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
(Published in News-Publicist June 12.
19. 26. 1914.)
In the District Court of Lincoln County,
Syms Smith, Plaintiff
Nana Belle Smith, Defendant
Syms Smith, has filed in sa
•tltion, the object and
ana rseue nmun, i>eionuaHi.
The Defendant Nart* b«*lle Smith,
will take notice that the Plaintiff.
Syms Smith, has filed in said Court his
petition. the object and prayer of
which is to obtain an absolute divorce
from the Defendant on the grounds of
abandonment, and that unless the De-
D. Brown and
sum of $121.«8
said Charles D.
Anna Brown, for the
with $7..10 costs and 920.25 acc
<st8. with interest thereon 938.75 and
iff's costa $9.15, I have levied upon
lauds and teneintyits belonging
to said CJiarles D. Brown and Anna
Brown, not exempt from sale under
execution, for want of goods and chat-
tels of the said Charles D. Brows and
Anna Brown, to-wit:
North half (N 1-2) of Northwest
quarter (NW 1-4) of Section Seven-
teen (17), Township Fourteen (14).
Six (6) East of the India
ange Six (6) East ot me Indian
Meridian, in Lincoln County, Oklu-
caused said lands and
for the sum of $2000.00 with
ereon at C per cent per annum from
-bruary 28th, 1913. together with
cree of foreclosure in favor of De-
decree of foreclosure in favor of De-
fendant Lady Belle Richmond and
against Defendant L It. Stout, obtain
and made in said Court on the 11
$2u0.fu attorney’s fees and costs of said
-------1 satisfy a judgment and
action; and to satisfy
day of March, 1914, I
• tenements to be appraised according to
)00.00; now. therefor notice
given, that in pursuance ot
inds of said writ. I will of-
hall answer or otherwise
Approximately 750 acres on the
Oregon national forest were planted
with young trees this spring
fendAnt shf--- ----
plead to the same on or before the
25th day of July. 1914, said petition
will be taken as true and judgment
rendered accordingly decreedlng to
Plaintiff an absolute divorce from De-
(Beal) JAB. A. EM BUY.
Clerk of the District Court.
JOHNSON & CORDELL.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
(Published in News-Publicist June 12.
19. 26. 1914.)
;lce is hereby given that on
2Snl ilaj i* May. 1SU, N. C. lli.x
of Sparks. Okla.. did on tht- bk. 1-
Section !2 Township 13 llange 4 13. I.
Hot Springs Blood Remedy are sold
In Chandler, Okla.. by Lynch Drug '
Co. and drugglita everywhere.
I>. A. K.'S KLKCT OFFICERS.
The Chandler D. A. H met with
Mrs. A. E. Patrick, the regent, last
and Saturday afternoon
I low >.
i One roan mai
• old. about 16 t
up one estray
Election of officers as follows:
Mrs. A. E Patrick, regent
Mrs. H M Johnson, vice-regent
Mrs 1! B. Clllstrap, registrar
Mrs C. A Tilghman. recording
while feet, white In
itness my hand
day of June. 1914.
or seven years
hands high, with four
her face and'a llt-
(Published in News-Publicist June 12,
19. 26; July 3, 19T4.)
In the District Court of Lincoln County,
Lizzie Casteel, Plaintiff
James C. Casteel. Defendant
Caitr No. WS7.
The Now York state forest nurser
ies have a capacity of 28 million secretary
plied for mandamus to compel Judge young trees a year. |fl Mr* Roy Monman
DISBURSEMENTS OF COURT FUNDS 10tS-14.
Total Estimate ----------------------------
Salary and expenses of Jury Commission--------- *
Mileage of District Court Stenographer------------
Court costa charged to County -------------------
Stenographer for County Attorney ------------
Jurors, District Court------------------------
Jurors. County Court------------------------
Witnesses. District Court________________________ 590.01
Dailiffs. District Court__________________________ 248.00
Dalltffs. County Court------------------------
Fees, Justice of Peace-----------------------
Fees of Constables and Deputy Sheriffs --------
Defending Paupers ------------------------—
Board and Room for Jury--------------------
Medical Examination of Prisoner, etc.
Expenses, County Judge, Court at Prague
- ; Mrs Anna K Wolcott, historian
Year Rook Committee.
Mrs. Hoffman,- Mrs Rlttenhouse,
$5,500 00 | Mrs. Johnson.
Mrs Wolcott was the leader off the
REACHING THE SPOT.
It Him* Been Done. So Scores of
Chandler Citizens Say.
To get rid of an aching back.
The sharp twinges,
The tired-out feelings.
You must reach the spot---get at
In many cases ths the kidneys.
Doan’s Kidney Pills are for weak
Chandler cltlsens testify
G. M. Berry. Sixth St., Chandler.
$5,486.34 | okla., says: "Doan’s Kidney Pills
------jdid me a great deal of good when I
$ 13 66 j was having backache and other trou-
- j ble from my kidneys. They stopped
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, LINCOLN COUNTY, ss the pains and made my kidneys nor-
I. R. P. Roope, County Clerk, within and for the above named County, mil Doan’s Kidney Pills are Just
do hereby certify that the above and foregoing statement of the expend!- as advertised and I heartily recoin*
Cures of the Court Fund of Lincoln County for the As al year beginning ( ment them
........ .......$5,486 34
BALANCE IN FUND--
July 1, 1913. and ending June 30, 1914, compiled from the records in my
offleo is true and correct to the beat of my knowledge and belief.
Wltneat my hand and seal this 10th day of June, 1914.
(Saal) R P ROOPK.
Price 50c, at all dealers Don’t
simply ask for n kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pill#—the same that
Mr. Berry had. Foster Mllburn Co.
Props.. Buffalo. N Y
face and'a I
No other marks or
and seal this 6th
R. P. ROOPE.
In Newa-Publicts June
19. 26; July 3. 1914.)
Ok III till
Harry H. Canning. PI
harles Hanssen. will take notice
he Plaintiff Harry H. fanning did
e 6th day of June. 1914, file his
IM IILICATION NOTH K.
In liar Platrld Court of Lincoln County.
Phillip Fishman and Charles Hanssen.
The said Defendants Phlllfi
on the 6th day m .
petition In the District Court of Lin-
coln County, Oklahoma. agRtnst said
Defendants, and that said Defendants
must answer said petition on or be-
fore the 25th day of July. 1914. or said
petition will be taken as true and
judgment rendered In said action
against said Defendant. Phillip Fish-
man In the 8am of $806.00 with inter-
est thereon at six per rent per annum
from the first day of June, 1914. and
for costs Including $100.00
fee; and further judgmi
In said action against sab
Phillip Fishman and Charles
James C. Casteel, non-resident De-
fendant iu the 'above entitled actios,
will take notice that he has been sued
in the above named Court by the Plain-
tiff. Lizzie Casteel, for divorce on the
grounds of abandonment and gross ne-
glect of duty and for the custody of
the minor children. Elizabeth May Cas-
teel. Edith Clarence Casteel, Reba Leila
Casteel. James C. Casteel and Beatrice
Lsteei and alimony setting off to
aintlff the South Half of the North-
west Quarter of Section Twenty-five
Township Thirteen North of Range
Four East 1 M., Lincoln County, Ok-
lahoma. as her homestead with full
control thereof and that he must an-
swer the petition filed herein on or
before the 24th day of July. 1914. or
said petition will be taken as true and
judgment of divorce on the grounds of
abandonment and gross neglect of
duty and for the custody of said minor
children, alimony and setting off said
real estate to the Plaintiff as her ab-
solute prefperty free of any clali
you will he
Plaintiff. LIzl.%. ~
In witness wnereoi
sol our hands and affixed the seal
the District Court at Chandler. Line
io me riainun »» nei
icrty free of any claim by
* rendered In favor of said
■sie Casteel and against the
James C. Casteel according-
In witness whereof we have hereunto
and affixed the soa! of
trlct Court at Chandler. Lincoln
Oklahoma, this 8tb day of
JAI* A. EMBRY.
lip Fishman and Charles Hanssen
for the fort-closure of a certain ‘lien
of the Plaintiff for «<> 1. and labor per-
formed upon the following described
real estate situated In the County of
Lincoln. State of Oklahoma, to-wlt
The Southeast Quarter of Section
Thirty-one t31> in Township Six
teen (16) North of Lange Two (2)
East of the Indian Meridian;
and adjudging that default hns bet-
made In the p.iyr.i - ! the claims
the Plaintiff o th r m ot forth.
Clerk of the District Court
By H. W. STOLTKNBKRG.
J. L McKAMY, Attorney for
(Published In News-Publicist June 5,
‘uly “ ‘
NOTICE OK MAI M OK LAND I NDK.H
12. 19. 26;
KXIK I TION
Notice Is hereby given, that In pur-
ine of a writ of execution issued
of the Clerk's office of the District
itlses for the
th- r in
a mo i
* r> H-
the Plaintiff .»
that Plaintiff have a first lien on said
» aud th
said premises and the
for the j ear 1914 to^be
crons thereon Tor
solo In 'in mat
by law. and the proceeds of the
plied to the pa>n<ent of the air
e Plaintiff, with ittorneys fees.
out of the Clerk s office
Court In and for Lincoln County, Okla-
homa. on the 21nd day of May. 1914.
In an notion wherein K. I* Yarbraugh
and Oscar Hadley, partners under the
firm name of Yarbraugh <4 Hadley were
Plaintiffs ind Charles D. Brown and
Anns Brown wore Defendants, con
mandtng me to levy upon property b<
longing to said Defendants Charles D.
a 1' , — r~ — — - - - — - - -
due Plaintiff, with attorneys fees, and
costs of this suit, and forever ba
and foreclosing said Defendants
evy upon property
Brown and Anna Brown, sufficient lo
satisfy a Judgment rendered In said
y a Judgment render'
ees, and action in favor of said hi L Yarbraugh
barring and Oscar Hadley, partnera under the
and firm name of Yarbraugh A Hadley
law, at $2000.00; now.
is hereby given, that in
the commands of said writ, l
fer for sale and seH for cash to
isfy said judgment
bidder, said lands and tene
r so much thereof as will sat-
sTy said judgment and costs, on th
th day of July, 1914, at 11:00 o’cloc
of said <lay, at the front doo
said <lay, at the front door
the Court House in the City of
Chandler In said County and State.
Witness my hand this 4th day of June,
CHAS. F. BUZZI.
Sheriff of Lincoln County. Oklahoma.
By CHAS. F ME ARB,
(Published in News-Publicist May 29.
In the INstriet C ourt of Lincoln
Darwin Filtsch. Plaintiff.
June 5. 12. 19.) V
NOTICK in PI IILICATION.
F. Griggs. Defendant.
Said Defendant. G. F.
take notice that he has been sue
the above named Court by the Plain-
tiff upon two promissory notes in the
sum of $40.00 and $51.50 respectively
8, 1911 and due Octobe
Said Defendant, G. F. Griggs, will
lice that he has been sued in
dated May 8, isu ana am- October 1.
1911, In the total sum of $89.85 with
interest thereon at 10 per cent per
from March 9. 1914, and $20.00
iy’s fees, and must answe
on filed therein by said PI
, or before the 26th day of June, 1914,
said petition will be t
attorney’s fees, and must answer the
petition filed therein by said Plain
before the 26th day of June, IS
d petition will be taken as true
und a Judgment rendered In favor of
Plaintiff and against Defendant for
$89.85 with Interest at 10 per cent per
annum front March 9. 1914, $20.00 at-
upon the following
torneys fees and cost:- of suit ami In
•hment therein hail and granted
i following described property,
n 12 Township 15 Range 4
M In Lincoln County. Oklahoma
\n undivided one-third interest
the SW 1-4 of the BE 1-4 of Sec-
tion 12 Township 15 Range 4 E. 1.
rtgage thereon In
I in Llycoln
ubject to moi
um of $135.00.
Witness my hand and the seal
said Court attached at Chandler. Lin-
coln County, Oklahoma, this
of May. 1914
JAS. A. EMBRY.
Clerk District Court.
HOFFMAN & FOSTER. Attorneys.
(Published in News-Publicist May 8
16. 22. 29: June 5. 12, 1914 )
.MITICK OF .SHERIFF'S SAI.F. OF
Notice Is hereby given that In pur-
’ an Order of Sale Issued
he District Corut of Lincoln <
>klahoma, on the 6th day of
ty. Oklahoma, on the 6th day of May
1914, In an action wherein John E
Gorml»-> was Plaintiff ami Ge<
Neldon, Addle L Neldon, L 1
and Lady Belle Richmond were Defen-
dants. directed to me, the undersigned
Sheriff of Lincoln County, commanding
me to levy upon and sell, without ap
pralscment, the following described
Lots Eighteen (18). Nineteen
(19). Twenty (20) and Twenty-one
(21) In Block Seventy-seven (77)
In the City of Chandler, Llncolu
to satisfy a judgment and decree of
foreclosure In favor of said Plaintiff.
John K. Gormley, and against Defen-
dants George W. Neldon and Addle T
Neldon. obtained and made In said
Court on the 30th day of Octobe., 1913,
for the sum of
$2000.00 with Interest thereon at ti per
cent per annum from January 1st. 1914,
together with $50.00 attorney's fees and
costs of this action; and to satisfy a
judgment in favor of G. W. Neldon
and against of L. R. Stout obtained
in said Court on the 30th day of April,
1914. for the sum of $447.98 with in-
terest thereon at 6 per cent p“r annum
from date of judgment.
1 will, on the 13th day of June, 1914,
at the hour of 2:00 o'clock p. m. of
id day at the front door of the Court
Hbuse in the City of Chandler in said
County of Lincoln and State of Okla-
homa. offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for cash the said prop-
erty above-described, without appraise-
ment. or so much thereof as will sat-
isfy the costs of this action, and the
said judgments for principal, interest
and attorney’s fees In the order abc
my hand this 6th day of
Sheriff of Lincoln County.
By CHAS. F. MEARS,
HOFFMAN & FOSTER Attorneys.
June 5. 12. 1914.)
In tin- District Court of Lincoln County
mid State of Oklnhomn.
!-]. C. Mayes, Plaintiff
Ellen Maves, Defendant. '
The Defendant. Ellen Mayes, will
ike notice that she has been sued
iiuiim, iui a uiTurce, on the gri
abandonment and that she must
in said cause on or before the 10th da
to the Plaintiff.
by the Plaintiff in the -District Court
said Court, this 271li day of May, A. 1).,
(Seal) JAS. A. EMBRY,
Clerk of the Ifistrlct Court.
JOHNSON A- CORDELL.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
by thu Plain
of Lincoln County and State of Okl;
homa, for a dlvorc
abandonment and that she must answer
or otherwise plead to his petition filed
r hands and the seal of
or before the 10th day
the allegations of the
ment rendered accordingly granting an
of July, 1914. or the allegat
said Plaintiff's petition filed in said
cause will be taken as true and Judg-
(Published In News-Publicist Juno 5,
Notice of llcuriug of Petition for
Probate of V)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN To all
persons Interested In the estate of
Joseph H. Young, deceased, that on the
day of June. 1914. Thomas Young
and filed in the Countv Court
of the Co
to be the last will and
of Joseph H. Young, do-
4th day of June. 1914. Thomas Young
1 and fll
'ounty of Lincoln and State of
ment in wrltln
orting to be the last will
mentary Issue thereon to A. L Foushee,
Pursuant to an order of said Court
day of June .1914,
our of 9:00
ceased, and also filed In said Court
this petition praying for the probate
of said will and that Letters Testa-
Oklahoma, an Instrument
with will annexed.
notice Is hereby given that
dav of June. 1914. at the hoi
au m. of said day. the same
made on the
av of June. 1914. at the
o’clock a. m. of said da.
being a day of the regular June term.
1914. of said Court, has been appointed
as the time for hearing said petition
roving said will.
room In Chandler. In said Coun
ty of Lincoln, when and where all per-
---- * gted
sons Interested may appear and con-
test the same.
In Testimony Whereof. I have here-
unto set my hand and seal of said
County Court this 4th day of June,
<#qM> H M JARRKTT.
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