Wewoka Capital-Democrat (Wewoka, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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What em 1 te ghe for Grade-
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ry Store, wkere you etm fai pret-
ents for alL
Come in ami let us shorn U-
W. I. DAVIS
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«ad Mr*. G
W. Green, born
(e at* Liberal. Kansas. April 5th,
jlPOS. 4M In the hospital at
He la located near the city of Garden City. Kansas. April 80th
Washington. D. C.
proposes to donate to the Red , ...., -----
It srin be sold at the Owner can nearer the
ing a school district council of
defense at Jarvis. SpeaUng of
the value of the different crops,
to it as a deed producer. ____
year he got as much feed off 7
acres of kaffir as he raised on
7DL acres of corn. He promises
the readers -of the C-D an arti-
cle on the subject in the near
Hepry Moore has a fine Polr
and China male pig which he
T. A. Smith of 49
picnic at Forty-Ntae ou the 4th
of July. A program oommlttse
has been appointed and* other
Roy knight of- Tulsa spent
Sunday In the city with friends.------ —r—-- -T-» -
and relatives. He Is travelling and lovely disposition won
fora hardware concern pow. * many fr- J‘ ^
•A card from Jimmie Walker. 'ChSch at 2 P. M. Thursday. lu-
now stationed at Camp Travis. (torment at Valley View Cenie-
165 Depot Brigade, states that ,tery. . Father, mother, six bro-
he Is getUng along fine and en- ,thers and one sister survive to
Joying the service. “AM tht boys matira her loss. '
in my company are well*’ he “tiod has plucked a lovely
states, “the meals are good and I flower.
links, Dry Goods, Lad*
wholesome and good treatment
Kev. Fleetwood of Lexington.
Tenn. will begin n revival meet-
ing at the Baptist Church on
May 26th. Everyone cordially
Invited to attend.
Chaa Morgan of Oklahoma
City waa in Wewoka the first
of the week looking nfter his
Intreats here and greeting old
T*. <EN IK
One blackmare, email white
spot In forehead, about 8 years
old. no brands... One mile and
a half northwest of Wewoka.
Saturday night, May IS. for the
benefit if the Red CToee. There
will also be speaking. Eveiy-
body Invited to oome and help.
We will have our Council of De-
meeting Sunday after-
noon, May IS.
26 per cent saving on Ladles
If we may Judge from the nuc- Suita, Costa, Skirts and Dresses,
cess of other undertakings by Patterson Dry Goods Co.
the people up there, we would -
ssy In advance that it will he a Get your old suit cleaned and
“howling success" beoassethey reused for the spring season
never do things by halves. —Bol$ Collins.
Too pure for earth to hold;
Hs.aaid, ‘Viola, I have a home
That’s made of gold."
John M. Cloud has been duly
appointed a‘deputy clerk ip the,
office of County* Clerk. Foster
Smith and has assumed his dut-
ies with that spirit character-
istic of him in all his business
—strict attention to business.
Until recently he has been a
teacher in the public schools of
this county and has a splendid
record behind him wherever he
as taught.. Wewoka extends
a hearty welcome to him and
his excellent family. FoP the
resent they are domiciled at
the Mauldin home.
A Liberty Bond
Is Necessary. Se Are
Abstracts to make certain your title.
Loss! oa Real Estate that you may own a farm.
Hath Fire and Torsade Insurance for protection.
The Matte Canity Abstract Compm, Wwroka, Oklaham
is prepared to furnish you “A LIBERTY BOND’* of
Call, write or telephone us.
Nottee of Bale of Real Batata
By Administrator ’
State of Oklahoma,
Seminole County, ss.
IN THE COUNTY COURT
In the mutter of the adminis-
tration of the estate of 8cott
Probate No. 2291.
Notice Is hereby given in pur-
suance of an order of the coun-
ty court of the County of Semi-
able, State of Oklahoma, made
on the 13th day of May, 1918,
the undersigned administratrix,
of tbs estate of Scott Pox, de-
ceased, wUl sell at public out-
cry to the highest bidder, sub-
ject to the confirmation by said
court on Friday thu 31st day of
May, A. D. 1918, at 2 o’clock
P. M.. at the front door of the
court house in the town of We-
wofca, Oklahoma, all the right,
title and interest of the estate
of said Scott Pox. in the follow-
ing described real estate, situa-
ted In Seminole County, State
of Oklahoma, to-wit:
The South Half of the North-
east Quarter of Section 11,
and the Southwest Quarter of
Northwest Quarter, of
12, in Township 8
Range 7 East, Semi-
hwc County, Oklahoma.
Said real estate win be sold
on the foUowing terms and con-
ditions to-wit: Ten per cent
cash on day of purchase and
balance on confirmation of sale
Bids for the purchase there-
of must be In writing and must
be filed in the county court or
delivered to the undersigned at
the office of J. L. Emerick. At-
torney for administratrix.
Dated the 13th day of May,
Administratrix of Scott Fob,
nun him hiimh
* Cattle Men's Headquarters 4*
4* C. D. WIHTERSPOON 4*
4* State Cattle Inspector 4*
4* Office in Johnson Bldg. 4*
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t 30 fret hWh oontainin^ lS tracks each to accommodate
■\Wll emjJoy 2,500 people and have a capacity of
dallj^quaplHO carloads, on an ehw bour day basis.
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Day, Jesse L. Wewoka Capital-Democrat (Wewoka, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1918, newspaper, May 16, 1918; Wewoka, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937028/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.