The Chandler Tribune (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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Lincoln County Abstract Co.
Office in basement under First National Bank
Prompt and courteous treatment to all. Notary
Public in office. Give us a trial-
Yours for Business,
Paragraphs of Interest to the People in and
Miss Hazel Bctzer and James
Rider helped in the County superin
tendent's office this week to grade
the 8th grade examination papers
which are now ready to be sent out.
Mrs. Ben Edwards and little son
who have been visiting her mother
Mrs. Brow-n le aves Thursday to join
Rev. Edwards at Lawton where he
is holding a meeting.
Carey Waldrop who has been here
several weeks visiting his brother,
Herbert Waldrop and wife, left Mon-
day for his home at Hanceville, Al-
Mrs. Rose Staubus and daughter,
Miss Nettie and Miss Alice Jones
finished a successful term of school
at Fallis last Friday and came home
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Mrs. Austin tlennouse returned!
Tuesday evening from Oklahoma
City where she had been with hjr
little son Austin James and had his
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Atty Emery A. Foster made
business trip to Carney last Friday.
W. W. Bruce attended a Gas con-
vention ai St. Louis this week.
E. L. Conklin made a business trip
to the Sac and Fox Agency Tuesday
J. C. Hill has been quite sick this
Miss Gladys Foster has as her
guest this week Miss Wiles of Stroud.
ROOMS and Special rates at the
Pinson Hotel for Normal students. 2
Green Hays of Stroud
friends here Sunday.
Miss Harvey Pierce was over from
Stroud last Friday.
Mrs. Al Carlock of Stroud
here on business last Friday.
Mrs.| Blake of Stroud was shopping
Miss Mae Hollahan spent Sunday
in Oklahoma City with home folks.
Miss Bonnie Elliott visited friends
at Davenport Friday and Saturday.
WANTED—A boy to learn to feed
presses at the Tribune office. No
one under 15 need apply.
Miss Ruby Jenkins of Winfield,
Kansas is here visiting her anut, Mrs.
W. H. Hicks.
The Memorial services will be held
Sunday at the Methodist church con-
ducted by Rev. Corkill.
The Athenian club had a good
meeting with Mrs. Alice Newell last
Mrs. C. M. Morgan was hostess to
the Progressive Embroidery club
Miss Nioma Collier one of our
bright high school girls has secured
a seven month’s term of school near
Davenport at $50 per month.
Mrs. Harris Barksdale visited
friends at Bristow and Drumright
Clarence Mitchell was in Oklaho-
ma City the last of the week attend
ing the K. of P. convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Reeves re-
turned Tuesday from a visit at Lin-
Miss Vola Martin is spending the
week with Anna Laura Hereford and
Anna and Rosa Meyer.
Miss Bess Jondahl ol Sapulpa is a
guest at the L. C. Elliott home this
Miss Cora Estes was here from
Stroud Friday trading with our mer-
Mr. Lessman returned to Strouc
Sunday after a pleasant visit at the
Dreamland Fruit farm.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Patrick at-
tended the State Bankers association
at Oklahoma City last Friday and
Jas. Turner of Oklahoma City is
visiting friends here and- attended
the dance at the Armory Tuesday
Mrs. Tom Denyer came over
from Fallis Wedaesday evening to
visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. A.
Misses Beulah Maxwell an Esther
Ball gave a party Tuesday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Snyder to a few select friends.
Miss Veve Holloway spent Friday
in Oklahoma City with her mother
and Saturday and Sunday in Ok-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jewett re-
turned Sunday evening from a
month's trip to Colorado. They were
both improved in health.
Link Mascho was down from Cush-
ing this week visiting his brother-
arid shaking hands with his friends.
Sheriff Buzz! and Mrs. Ella Wil-
ley took Mrs. Goltry to Norman Tues
day to the sanitarium for treatment.
H. Poor came home from Cushing
last Thursday to be at the bedside
of his wife who has been very sick.
Miss Ashton who has been trim
her for Mrs. Spratlen's millinery
store leaves the last of the week fu-
ller home in Kansas City.
Miss Hazel Bishop closed her
school at Davenport last Friday and
gave such good satisfaction she was
hired again for next year.
Clyde Crane went to Prague the
first of the week to set up a car
load of auto's he had sold in that city.
Miss Rika Klingburg came over
from Sapulpa Tuesday to visit friends
she is the guest of Mrs. Mullin.
Mrs. Taylor is here from Huston.
Missouri to visit her daughter Mrs.
H. Poor who is sick.
J. Bart Foster went to Stillwater
Tuesday to attend the State encamp
ment of Spanish War veterans.
Roy Gunter of Tryon was a guest
at the Betzer home Saturday and
Wallace Pardoe and Louie Burton
were over from Stroud Tuesday vis
Miss Cora Berry and brother Wm
Berry and wife went to Sapulpa Sun-
day and spent the day with Mr. and
Mrs. James Berry.
Misses Bess Jondahl, Anna Meyer,
Ruby Mascho and Vola Martin went
to Claremore Thursday to be present
at the wedding of their friend and
schoolmate, Miss Mae Bayes.
Registration for the August pri-
maries will start on July 1st
and will close at 9 p. m. Saturday
July 25th, 1914. All must register in
Sunday School at 9:50 a. m.
Church services at 11:00 a. m.
next Sunday is the last before t
30th of May, it will be the time 1
memorial services. The services
the Presbyterian church will be
The dancing club gave a dance at
the Armory Tuesday evening in hon-
or of Mr. and Mrs. Barksdale. The
Oklahoma City orchestra furnished
music. Several out of town guests
Col. R. V. Hoffman came home
from Washington Tuesday morning
and left that evening for Stillwater
to attend the State Encampment of
the G. A. R’s. and Spanish War vet-
We offer good until May 24th, for
hens, per lb. 10 3-4c; roosters young
and old per lb. 5c; broilers 1 1-4 lb.
to 2 lb. 18c. Sell your produce to us
you will find our market price is
higher. North End Produce Co. It
keeping with the day. The subject
being “Our Debt to Life.” The G. A.
R. Veterans will meet at the Meth-
odist church this year.
The Christian Endeavor will meet
at a Union service at the First Chris-
The evening service will be a union
service for the Baccalaureate service
of the High School. Rev. Umphreys
of the Christian church will deliver
Sunday School at 9:45.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m.
Baccalaureate sermon 8 p. m.
Last Sunday was a rainy day but
187 were at Sunday School. Rev. J,
W. Umphres Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH.
Misses Minnie and Beatrice Hicks
left Wednesday evening for Glasco,
Montana, there they will be met by
their brother Alfred Hicks and go to
the claim. Miss Minnie drew last fall
They will be away all summer.
Mrs. J. A. McLaughlin and Miss
Hamblin returned the last of the
week from a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Frank McLaughlin at Ft. Worth, who
they report are both well and both
have good positions.
Members of the Auction Bridge
club and their husbands were enter-
tained Monday evening at the home
of Mrs. E. L. Conklin and Mrs. C. A
Tilghman in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Barksdale who are leaving the city.
On Monday evening the young folks
of the Methodist church enjoyed a
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. N. Evans in honor of their niece
Hazel Evans who has spent the win-
ter here and is leaving soon for her
The young folks class of the Chris-
tian church had a party last Mon-
day evening at the home of Miss Ruby
Smith. It was a rainy evening but
thirty-five were present and enjoyed
games, guessing contests, music and
Memorial services Sunday morn-
ing at 11:00. Seats will be reserved
for the G. A. R., Spanish War vet-
erans and Relief Corps.
Sermon by pastor.
Sunday School 9:45.
Junior League, 2:30.
Epworth League. Union services
of all young people’s societies at the
Wednesday Union prayer meeting
at the Presbyterian church.
Choir practice Friday night.
You are cordiall invited to attend.
Andrew Johnson, now deceased, and Fan-
nie J. Johnson, his wife, deeding said lands
to N. L. Lusk and Alice Lusk, his wife,
plaintiffs herein, which said deed is ce-
w herein it was ’urther order e
1 court that the proceeds of sal
paid to the creditors of said ('. '
pro rata after paying Hie cost
corded in liook 43 on page 23, be corrected ’ assignment, and the mortgage
and reformed so us to describe said prrm- fixtures and the clerk hire,
iscs by adding to the description ii s;dd NOW THEREFORE, notice lierebj
deed after the words “North east c« n« r“ given that by virtue of said ord * jf sale,
the words “South east quarter of and j I will offer for sale and sell to t • highest
the : bidder, for cash in hand, all the r«.»ove de-
tbat the word “one” be added af‘
words “beginning Thirty”; that said de-
fendants and each of them be perp'luaMy
barred and enjoined from setting up or
asserting any title or interest in said prem-
ise! adverse to these plaintiffs and fo-*
such other and further relief as my Le
just and equitable.
Now, Therefore, you, W. I). Johnson,
non-resident defendant, must answer th •
petition filed by the plaintiffs N. L. Lusk
and Aliee Lusk, his wife, in this cause on
or before the 6th day of July, 1914, or the
petition of the plaintiffs will he taken a.
true and a judgment and decree correct-
ing said warrant deed and quieting title
to the above described premises in ttv
plaintiffs N. I.. Lusk and Alice Lusk, hi*,
wife, will he rendered accordingly and an
order wil he made burring and perpet-
ually enjoining you from sitting up or as-
serting any title or interest in or to said
premises above described adverse to thes**
plaintiffs, N. L. Lusk and Aliee Lusk, his
In Witness Where of, we have hereuut »
set our hands and caused the seal of th»
C.lerk of the District Court of Lincoln
County, Oklahoma, to be affixed lids 20th
day or May, 1911.
JAS. A. EMBRY,
C.lerk District (lour*.
By II. W. Stoltenberg.
f. a. hittenhousk.
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
(Published in the Chandler Tribune May
NOTICE FOR FILING THE SEVERAL
In compliance yvitli the duties Imposed
upon me. Secretary of the County Election
Hoard ol Lincoln County, Oklahoma, uiui •!
Section 3034, Revised Laws of Oklahoma,
the several political parties must nomin-
ate candidates at the Primary election to
bo held throu; -out the State on Tuesdav
August 4th, A. I)., 1914, the following of-
fices for Linco’ i county will file with me.
For County Judge, for County Attorney,
for County Sheriff, for County Clerk, for
Court Cluck, for County Treasurer, r<#»*
County Surveyor, for County Superinten-
dent of Public Instructions, for County
Weigher, for County Assessor, for County
Commissioners, for State Central Commit-
teeman, for Precinct Committeeman, !*<..*
Justice of the Peace, for Constable, for
Inwnship Treasurer, for Township Trustee •
for Township • Clerk. ,
Filing for the County officers will close
on Sunday July 5th, 1914. Filing blank*
will be furnished by addressing me at
Chandler and by the County Clerk mail
you filing for candidate and I will ac-
knowledge the receipt.
11. G. STETTMUND,
Sec-y. County Election Board
scribed personal propert;. «t p >lic auc-
tion, on the 4th day of June, It V at two
(2) o clock p. m. of said day, at Uic storf
room formerly occupied by (’.. A. poon, hi
the south part of town in the City * of
Chandler, Lincoln county, Okiah'iia.
Witness my hand this 21st day of May,
. A. C. EC 3 HT,
F. A. BITTEN HOUSE,
Attorney for Assignee.
(Published in the ('.handler Tr .o M.:>
21-28- and June 4th. 1914.)
In the District Court « I Liner.
H. P. Thompson and -lartha ■
his wife, plaintiffs, vs. K niie
Alice Lusk and N. L. I usk, hi
Mary McDaniel, N. A. Jnhnscn, \
son, J. (). Brooks and Magg • M
heirs at law of Andrew Johns*
and Geo. G. Hoggs administr
estate of Andrew Johnson, d<
State of Oklahoma, County of 1
W. I). Johnson, non-resident <
will take notice that on the •
April, 1911, II. P. Thompson ;
Thompson, his wife, filed tlu
in the District Court of Line
Oklahoma, against the defendu.
J. Johnson, Alice Lusk, and '
her husband, Mary McDaniel. V
son, W. I). Johnson, J. D. brook'
gir McCuddy, all heirs at law
. ddy, all
\ ml re w
LADIES AID OF M. E. CHURCH.
The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church
met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
Sam Evans. Twenty-two members
were present and Mrs. N. Z. Barnes
of Pawnee was a guest of the Aid.
Mrs. Sam Evans was elected presi
The Methodist Aid will entertain
the Ladies societies of the other
churches on Friday afternoon May
22 at the home of Mrs. Ed Keegan
in East Chandler.
The next meeting will be held with
Mrs. Geo. Berry, Wednesday after-
noon, May, 27.
Miss Rose Newell and Edith Main
went to Oklahoma City Tuesday, Miss
Edith entered the State spelling con-
Supt. P. G. Rawdon went to Okla-
homa City Monday to attend the
State meeting of County superinten-
Thursday noon, Mrs. W. H. Davis
and Mrs. Frank Dimon went to Still
water to attend the G. A. R. and W.
R. C. encampment, as delegates.
Miss Anna Istura Hereford enter-
tained a few friends Monday evening
in honor of her guest Miss Vola Mar-
Thesday evening the Chandler Gos-
pel team, 27 men, accompanied by
several ladies went to Stroud and
had charge of the revival meeting
now in progress there. Rev. Thomas
is doing a good work at Stroud. We
hope he may do as much for that
town as he did for Chandler.
Miss Laura Frix assisted by Miss
Maud Watson gave a very delightful
class party for the sophomores of the
Chandler High School last Wednes-
day evening at the home of Mrs. E.
B. Fisher. The house was beauti-
fully decorated with an abundance of
flowers and the class colors, red and
yellow. Games were played and mus-
ic by Elizabeth Bruce and I’eail
Smith. The hostess served dainty re-
freshments and a social good time
was enjoyed by all.
Joe Eagleston who has moved his
plumbing shop to Cushing was down
last Friday returning Saturday. Mrs
Eagleston joined him Tuesday.
All persons having flowers they
will donate for Decoration Day will
please send them to Osborne ami
Fisher’s feed store at 8 o’clock May
(Published in the Chandler Tribune May
21-28 and June 4, 1914)
In the District Court of Lincoln county,
N. L. Lusk and Alice Lusk, his wife,
plaintiffs, vs. Fannie J. Johnson, H. P.
Thompson, and Martha Thompson, his
wile, Mary McDaniel, N. A. Johnson, W
D. Johnson, J. O. Brooks, and Maggie Mc-
Cuddy, all heirs at law of Andrew John-
son, deceased, and Geo. G. Boggs Adminis-
trator of the estate of Andrew Johnson,
State of Oklahoma, County of Lincoln, ss
W. D. Johnson, non-resident defendant
will take notice that on the 6th day of
April, 1914, N. L. Lusk and Alice Lusk,
his wife, filed their petition in the Dis-
trict Court of Lincoln county, Oklahoma,
against the defendants, Fannie J. John-
son, H. I*. Thompson and Martha Thomp-
son, his wife, Mary McDaniel, N. A. John-
son, W. I). Johnson, J. O. Brooks and Mag-
gie McCuddy, all heirs at law of Andrew
Johnson, deceased, and Geo. G. Boggs, ad-
ministrator of the estate of Andrew John-
son, deceased, the object and prayer of
which is to correct a certain warranty
deed executed by Andrew Johnson and
Fannie J. Johnson, his wife, on December
24th, 1910, to N. L. Lusk and Alice Lusk,
conveying to them the following described
real estate •
Beginning thirty-one (31) rods south of
the Northeast corner of the southeast
quarter (SE 1-4) of Section five (5),
Township twelve .12) north, Range two
(2) cast nml extending twenty-one (21)
rods west, forty-six (40) rods south,
twenty-one (21) rods east and forty-six
(46) rods north to place of beginning
containing six (6) acres, more or less,
which said property was intended to he
conveyed by said warranty deed; that by
Inudvertance and mistake of the scribne*’
said property was not correctly described I
in said deed, and plaintiffs ask in said p*»- I
tition that the defendants l>e required to |
set forth the nature of their claim to said
premises, if any; that this court decree
thr plaintiffs title to said premises herein-
before described, is valid and perfect and
that the defendants,*or any of them, have ^
no right, valid claim, title, interest or*
estate In said premises; that the title of
plaintiffs be quieted in said premises;
that the deed of December 24th, 1910, from
(Published in the Chandler Tribune May
21-28 and June 4, 1914.)
NOtlCE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of Jefferson
All persons having claims against Jeffer-
son Evans, deceased, arc required to pre-
sent the same, with the necessary vouchers,
to the undersigned, Administrator at Chan-
dler, Oklahoma, R. F. I). No. 2 or with the
County Judge, at Chandler, Oklahoma
within four months of the date hereof, or
the same will be forever barred.
Dated at Chandler, Ok la., this 16th day
of May, 1914.
C. M. EVANS,
(Published in the Chandler Tribune
21-28 and June 4, 1914)
NOTICE OF SALE.
In the District Court of Lincoln, County,
In the Matter of the Assignment of C. A.
Spoon for the Benefit of Creditors.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of sale to me directed and de-
livered, issued out of the district court al
Lincoln county, Oklahoma, on the 21st day
of May, 1914, in a certain cause pending
in said court wherein C. A. Spoon made
an assignment for the benefit of credi-
tors, authorizing and directing me, as the
assignee therein, to advertise and sell, as
upon execution, according to law, the fol-
lowing described chattel property? to-wit:
A stock of Groceries and fixtures sit-
uated in the building formerly occupied
by C. A. Spoon in the south part of town,
in the City of Chandler, Oklahoma,
the same being the property of the said
A. Spoon, which has been transferred
to me as assignee in trust for the benefit
of creditors of the said C. A. Spoon; and
Johnson, deeeased, and Geo. (i. 1> »gg.s. ol
ministrutor of the estate of Andrew John-
son. deeeased, the object and n ayer of
which is to correct a certain v nrranty
deed executed by Andrew Jol . ou and
Fannie J. Johnson, his wife, oil i.veember
21tli, 1910, to H. P. Thompson a ■ Martha
Thompson, conveying to them th * following
described real estate.
Beginning at the Northeast corner of
the south east quarter (SE 1-D of Sec-
tion five (5), Township twe‘ve (12>
North, Range two (2)east, extending
thirty-one (31) rods west, thir:. -one (311
rods south, thirty-one (31) rouj east and
thirty-one (31) rods north t* tin* place
of beginning, containing six (G) acres,
more or less,
which said property was inter:-led to h*
conveyed by said warranty dee. that by
inadvertance and mistake of the scribner
said property was not correctly described
in said deed, and plaintiffs ask said pe-
tition that the defendants be required to
set forth the nature of their clb l u to said
premises, if any; that this c»>.decree
the plaintiffs title to said prer.. es here-
inbefore described, is valid a: a perfect
and that the defendants or an; of them,
have no right, valid claim, tit \ interest
or estate in said premises; that t.:e title of
plaintiffs be quieted in said premises;
that the deed of December 24th, 1J10, from
Andrew Johnson, now deceased, and Fan-
nie J. Johnson, his wife, deeding .-aid lands
to II. P. Thompson, plaintiff herein, which
said deed is recorded in book 4 >. page 275.
be corrected and reformed so as to de-
scribe said premises by adding to the de-
scription in said deed after ! e words
"Northeast corner of” the worn* “South
east quarter of” and that said defendants
and each of them be perpetuu barred
and enjoined from setting up c asserting
any title or interest in said pr liscs ad-
verse to these plaintiffs and for ::jch other
and further relief as may be just and
Now, Therefore, you, V,. b Johnson,
non-resident defendant, must j. wer the
petition of H. I*. Thompson a • Martha
Thompson, his wife, in this cause on or
before the 6th day of July, 19 1,’ or the
petition of tlie plaintiffs will L (alien is
true and a judgment and deer-* correct-
ing said warranty deed and quieting title
to the above described premia in the
plaintiffs, 11. 1*. Thompson ai.a Martha
Thompson, his wife, will be re., icrrd ac-
cordingly and an order will he .’ *de bar-
ring and perpetually enjoining ; ou from
setting up or asserting any title cr interest
in or to said premises above described
adverse to these plaintiffs, H. I*. .ompson
and Martini Thompson.
In Witnes Whereof, v/e have hereunto
set our hands and caused the .v*:i of the
Clerk of the District Court ol Lincoln
county, Oklahoma, to be affixet i d.s 20th
day of May, 1914.
JAS. A. EM HUY,
Clerk District Court.
By H. W. Stcltonbcrg,
F. A. BITTENHOUSE,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
We carry all the popular songs and music. Get
them here. Price 15 cents. Also we have just
added a complete line of toilet articles.
A. L. Norwood Confectionery
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I am the ONLY person in the county doing an Eastern
Money Farm Loan Business in his own name.
1 pass on the security, make my own examinations, fur-
nish the money myself to close the loans, and close them at
once upon execution and delivery of mortgage papers to me
Why not deal direct with a home man and avoid the
usual delay of getting a loan through some local agent rep-
resenting a company out of the county or state ?
Think I can interest you? Call dr write for terms and
ALBERT E. ROSS
Over Union National Bank-
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