The Wewoka Capital-Democrat (Wewoka, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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blbltod by said mwdlM wrthM
BwHtoi 4—Vter tho ppwirrotkw of
0m pttbMc panes. health ui safety,
•a MMntwgr to koroby declared to
exist by reason whereof this ordin-
ance ohnll toko effect, end ke la force
from and after Its patiat* and ap-
Pansod and approved by tip Board
of Trustees of- the Towa of Wewoka,
Oklahoma, this 18th day of Jaly.
1817. B. P. PAVIB.
President of the Board of Trustees
of the Incorporated Towa of Wowo-
ka, Oklahoma. (seal)
Attest: A. If. Reran.
tyOTICE TO CRtOITORB
To the Creditors of Nicholas Factor.
| The creditors of the abbve named
decedent are hereby notlfed that the
undersign od was by the county coart
of Seminole County. Oklahoma, ap-
pointed administrator of the estate of
said decedent and that all persons
navlng claims against the estate of
laid decedent are required to ex-
hibit them to said undersigned ad-
ministrator, with the necessary vou-
chers, at tho- office of Norvell A Haul
tee*. Wewoka. Oklahoma, within four
months from the date of the first
Eevo la a great favorite In Urn Army Chdiw,
r.ont but pars, toft drinks nay ho sold. Aft*
or inarch, you ana snra to non a long Mao of hi
dust* .throated soldier bays making • hot Ik
Beve. They know that tnpn Bog comptota n
tion, full mrmhmant and puro whotooontooM
At bores or abroad—otworli or pbrn—botwoon
or with meals, yon will appreciate what wa
ioito for yon in making this triumph Imnoft 4
Tm «m fad B«ra at faun. lUlwflsK gramrlM. dap
sad drag iwrft. Dicalc grsunda bassfaB farm, sms mi
g'.itis* cars, la the navy, at raatttna. »7nnl*nilit
and other placet where rthasktog banwngm am ssaL
oolivor to y
The drouth of 1917 was entirely
broken np in tkls section of country
Tuesday afternoon when n min fell
that registered .88 of an Into la We
woks. A second rain fell Wednesday
night, registering .76 of an Inch. This
rainfall of 1.83 inches In lass than
thirty six hours bits made n wonder-
ful difference., it Is still aloudy end
threatens more rain.
The rain that fell Tuesday after-
noon was accompanied by a heavy
hall storm In the Sons and Uulner
communities, as well as at Spaulding
in Hnghea County. A great deal of
damage was done by the hall In these
publication of thto notice, to wit: From
the 19th day of July1. Iffl7. or the
tame will he forever barred.
Dated July 18, 1917.
Bailie. Seminole Roll No. 141.
j im Administrator.
Norvell A Haulsee. Attorneys.
S. M. MARTIN
Lets! Dealer SHAWNEE. WEWOKA. OKtA.
H 1M-H-I 1 ■|»H»h4«4-H4
Here we are again. Hope wo are
n time as we didn’t get In xaat week.
The farmers are attl hoping It will
-ain so their crops will not be n real
Mr. Garland Shepard, who depart
jd last week to Join the boys at Fort
JIU, has been missed very much to
.his community, as he Is one of the
!olly associates of the young people
The revival closed laat Friday
light, with/only one conversion, al
.ho it was a fine meeting. It was held
,y Rev. Atkins. Bell and Maixe At-
tins being absent the latter part of
he meeting on account of preaching
.he funeral of his friend in Texas.
Miss Nina Williams spent Sunday
with Miss Beulah Crutslngcr.
Mias Loly Rogers spent Bungay
with her sister. Mrs. Aldridge.
Mr. and hjrs. R. N. Williams spent
3unday with Mr. T. M. Hollis.
As news is scarce I will close and
come again next week.—Peggy.
Farm Loans—Farm Lands.
WAY CLEARED FOR
AIR FLEET BILL
Washington, July 14.—Tho admin
IstraUon's I4f0.000.000 aviation bill
passed Saturday by tho house, win
oo exptdited In every way In tho sen-
passed thto week
NOTICE TO CREDITORB
To the Creditors of Lumsoy, Semi-
nole Roll No. 75. Deceased.
Tho creditors of the above named
Jecedent are hereby aottled that the
undersigned was by tbe county court
ti Seminole County. Oklahoma, ap-
tolntod administrator bf tho estate
f aatf decedent, and that all per-
son* having claims against the estate
jf said decedent are required to ex-
miatatrator. with tho necessary von-
shers, at the oSoe of Norvell A Haul-
tee. within tour months from
4he date of the first publtcstlos of
(his notice, to wit: From the 18th day
if July. 1*17. or the same will be
Dated July 18. 1917.
B. D. LACK,
j 19 8 Administrator.
Norvell A Haulsee. Attorneys.
Agent for the Wowoka Ronlty ft Trust Company
ate and may ho
ahead of the food control measure.
The senate military eomlttee will
moot tomorrow and may decide to
dispense with the committee hearings
Vacant Lots for rale on long time and low rate of interest.
in order to hasten enactment,
understood one of the amendments
to bo proposed by the administration
would legalise tbe status of the air
craft production board.
Office in Tdg. Co. Bldg
ORDINANCE NO. 92
An ordinance providing for the con-
servation of the town water supply,
prohibiting street sprinkling, lawn
sprinkling, garden sprinkling and nil
Irrigating, by the use of city water,
prohioltlng hose attoenmen t, pres
cribtng penalties for violations there-
of, and declaring an emergency.
Be- it ordained by the President of
the Board of Trustees and Town
Council of the town of Wewoka. Ok-
Sestlon 1—That until othe-wise'or-
dered by the President of tbe Board
of the Board of Trustees and Town
Connell It shall bo unlawful for any
peVson, firm or corporation to use
water from the Town 8upply or from
any mains, pipes, or hydrants con-
nected therewith, tor toe purpose of
sprinkling the streets of tbe Town or
any lawn, garden, or other grounds,
either public or private, or to Irri-
gate the same with water from said
Section 8—It shall be unlawful for
any person, firm or corporation, to
attach to slay water fixture, pips' or
hydrant, connected with the Town
System, any hose or boos pipe, or
Plant YOUR CASH HERE
You will get the biggest yield of your life
From Cash Spent in Our Store
■ • *-
-'If you arc locking f* r the old time Bargains
You wHi find them at the
Jtato of Oklahoma.
Joanty of 8eminole. ss.
In tke County Court Thereof.
In re Estate of Bus Dindy, Deceased.
Mondy Dindy, Executor.
Probate No. 1998.
Notice to hereby g'ven that the
luly appointed, quallBed and act!e<;
,'\ecutor, ns herein nam«a, has filed
in ‘thto court his final account tpd
rep*»r* as such executor and has po-
rtioned u r an order tl-m< vi lug und
.•stiibltt'ilite heirship Ml -liatrib i»U»n
if said t »»te now In ♦he course of
a Imlnlbtn Ur n In tho toltowt & mm
ad case, towlt:
Probate ease No. 1989. In re Es-
tate of Sue Dindy, Deceased. Mondy
Palace Livery, Feed
Dindy. Executor, Orwlg
Attorneys for Executor.
And that Friday, August 10th, at
tbe hour of 19 o’clock A. M.. or as
toon thereafter ns the same may he
hoard by the court, at the County
Court Room In the towa of Wewoka.
Seminole County, Oklahoma, has boon
Inly appointed by sold court for tho
niltomiat of said account and tho
hOQ ring of sold petition for dtotribn-
MIbb Minnie Arnold of Chlckashs
Is In Wewoka visiting, her cousin
9fisa Gladys Chamblee.
Miss Gladys Chamblee will leave
tho laat of the week tor an extended
visit with relatives and friends In
Leighton. Alabama. - "
TAKEN UP—Little brown mare,
about 18% bonds high, long snip la
toes, branded-DID on toft hip. nhont
8‘years old. tongue has boon cut, one
white foot, taken np ot my Pto®* *%
pMtou west of Wewoka. Owner may
have some by paying damages.
J 18 IP D. A. Jackson.
SLte Of Oklahoma. (
fcmlaolo County, as.
IN THE COUNTY COURT
Mottos of Hearing tho Final Report
and Petition for Distribution
Notice to hereby given that tho ad-
ministrators hereinafter named have
(Bed in this gonvt their final report
omd petit Inm for distribution, and
gffdtg that tho ostotoo to closed and
Ml property now In fholr hands bo
OET YOUR PIANO TUNfP
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The Wewoka Capital-Democrat (Wewoka, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1917, newspaper, July 19, 1917; Wewoka, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937213/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.