The Wewoka Capital-Democrat (Wewoka, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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iTo AnyWoman-For $1
This Big Aluminum Cereal Cooker
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To a Million Homes
v We bait supplied Quaker Cookers to
a millioo homes at eery tittle prices.
Bat the eoet has advanced uotn oar offer
is almost impossible.
' But grocers tell ns that many house*
wives missed our former offer. They are
using Quaker Oats and Pettijohn’s, and
they want this Aluminum Cooker. In
fsdvnes*, they'should have it.
So we renew this offer for nest week
only. It applies only to housewives
whom we have not supplied already. It
applies only to users ot Quaker Oats or
Pettijohn’s, or both. It means twies as
much as this Dollar Offer meant two
years ago. Get this Cooker nest week
tf you are entitled to it. You owe that
To Rightly Cook
Two Famous Dishes
We want every user of Quaker Oats
and Pettijohn's to cook these cereals
rightly. Right .cooking makes them
drably delightful. It keeps the flavor
intact. It makes them easy to digest.
, This Aluminum Cooker has
mgrls to order to meet enact require-
ments. It is extra large, so little or
much can be cooked in it. It is extra
heavy, made to last a lifetime.
This Cooker will next week cost yon
only $1, if yon send ns the trademarks
we Ssk for. .This is.a costly offer.
And we simply want to know, before
sending the Cooker, that yon are a
Quaker Oats user.
This Offer One Week Only
Send us two trademarks (picture of
mark (picture of bear) cut from the
trademarks from Quaker Oats aloAe. _______________________
parcel post. Trademarks must be mailed next week.. This offer applies to this vicinity only.
The Quaker Oats Company, 1708 Railway Exchange, Chicago
Which Saves You 7596
Measured by food value, Quaker Oats coats one-fourth as much es the
average mixed diet. So each dollar you spend for Quaker Oats saves an
average of $3. Oats stand supreme among grain foods, in nutrition and in
flavor. They form a complete food, supplying every need* As an energy
tc&d then tame is proverbial.
M&kv this De thief breakfast dish. Meat and egga cost five and six
times as r uch. Also use Quaker Oats in bfend and muffins, pancakes and
cookies So other food is so economical.
Ok* Ouhfcer Oats because of the matchless flavor. It is made of queen
fr-*’”"4 oaiy -tust me big, plump, luscious oats. We get but 10 pounds from
a ousrel. Yet it* costs you no extra price.
The Laxative Luxury
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food is soft rolled wheat, hiding 2S per cent bran
flakes, it is a flavory dainty of which no one ever tires. And it supplies
the needed bran. Bran is Nature’s laxative. Everybody needs it Most
folks would feel better if they ate it every day. . i
Fine foods clog the system. Bran supplies thto nasflgd roughage. Every
doctor, as you know, urges its nse, to avoid the need of drugs.
Try it one week. Note the good spirits which result. Never again will
yon return to a branless diet. ^
Pettijohn's Flonr is anotfcrr bran dainty. That is 7S per cent white
patent flour and 25 per cent bra.i flakes. Use like Graham flonr in any recipe*
With these two products every meal can include some bran-made dainty.
Ij These Grocers Will Feature the Cooker Offer Next Week .
S. W. Lane, Central Meat Market and Grocery, Fore Mercantile Co.
J. F. Remy, Wewoka Trading Co., Pierce's Cash Groc., Chandler Bros.
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8URE OF VEND-
State of Oklahoma,
Seminole County, aa.
In the District Court Thereof'
Jeff Walker, aa AdmlaJatrator of the
Estate of Mulleah, Deceased.
C. R. Dean, Defendant
Public notice le hereby given that
In pursuance of an order of sale is-
sued out of the District Court of Sem-
inole County, Oklahoma, on the 30th
day of October, 1317, in an action
wherein Jeff' Walker aa administrator
of the estate of Mulleah, deceased,
was plaintiff and C. R.Dean was de-
fendant directed to me, the under-
signed sheriff ot Seminole County,
Oklahoma, commanding me to levy
upon, appraise and sell the following
* The South West Quarter ot Sec-
tion Thirty five, la Township
Eight'North, Range Seven, East
Seminole County, Oklahoma,
to satisfy a judgment and decree ot
foreclosure in favor of said plaintiff
and against said defendant obtained
and made la said court on the l*th
day of Judo, 1317, for the sum of Sev-
en hundred dollars, with interest
thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per
.■mm, from the 6th day of January,
1363, until paid, together with the
sum of Sovea and 33-130 accrued
costs, sad the sum ot Thirty DoUam
accruing costa. aaM Mad having baaa
<^017 appraisal! at the sum ot 31300.3#.
I will at ths hour of 1:33 o’clock P.
M., on Monday, the 10th day of De-
cember, A. D.. 1317, at the front door
of the county court house in Seminole
County. Oklahoma, offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash,
the said property above described, or
so much thereof aa will satisfy said
judgment", with interest and costs.
Witness my hand thia the 7th day
of November, A. D., lift.
Sheriff of Seminole County.
By Moss Hanahn, Undersheriff, n I I
8tate of Oklahoma,
Semidola County, as.
IN THE COUNTY COURT
Notice la hereby given that the
administrator and executor have Died
their final report and pray the court
for an order ot distribution in the
Case No. 2024. In the matter of the
estate of Rachel Bruner, deceased,
August Bruner, executor.
Case No. 2016. In the matter of the
estate of Matt Payne, deceased, Mol-
lle Glass, administrator,
and that said reports will be heard on
Friday,* the 30th day of November,
1017, at the hour of 10 o’clock A. M.,
In the oflfce of the county judge of
Seminole Couhty, Oklahoma, at which
time and place any person interested
in said cause may appear and show
cause If any they have, why said re-
ports should not he approved as pray-
Dated this 8th day of November,
1017. D. O. HART.
(seal) a • 3 Couny Judge.
Now Is the time to safe
the C-D. Oat
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE UNDER FORE-
State of Oklahoma,
Seminole County, es.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
No. 2574. .
Edward R. Holmes, ct al., Plaintiffs,
W. E. Smith, et al., defendants.
Public notice is hereby given that
pursuant to an order of sale issued
out of the office of the District Court
otfit of the office of the Clerk of the
District Court of Seminole County,
Dated at Wewoka, Oklahoma, this
the 31st day of October, A. D. 1917.
Sheriff of Seminole County, Okla.
By Moss Hanson, Undersberiff.
Jno. W. Willmott, Attorney for Pltff.
Published in Cap-Dem November 1-5
State of Oklahoma,
Seminole County, ss.
In the County Court Thereof.
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Maney Harjo, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
Oklahoma. In the above styled ac- duly appointed, qualified and acting
tion on the Slat day of Octo-
ber, 1317. I the undersigned Sheri
Iff of Seminole County, Oklaho-
ma, will at the front door of the
Court House in Wewoka, Oklahoma,
at th e hour of 1:30 o’clock, P. M.,
on Monday the third day of Decem-
ber, 1017, offer for sale, and sell at
public auction to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, t he following des-
cribed real estate situate in Seminole
County, Oklahoma, to-wlt:
The North Half of t he South
West Quartetr of Section Eleven,
In Twp. 8 N., Range 0 E., con-
taining 80 acts*.
or so much thereof as is necessary to
atisfy the judgment rendered In the
above styled action, in the aum of
31873.33 with 10 per cent Interest
thereon from t he 2nd day of May,
1010, until paid, together with the
sum of 1300.00 attorneys fees, with
9 p^r cant interest thereon from the
Sad day of May. 1010, until paid, and
guardian of the estate of Maney
Harjo, (now deceased) has rendered
and presented for final settlement,
and has filed In this court, his final
report aa such guardian, and that
said report is hereby set for hearing
on Friday, the 30th day of November.
1917, at the hour of 10:00 o’clock
A. M. Said hearing to be in the
County Court Room in the Court
Mouse at Wewoka, Seminole County.
Oklahoma, at which time and place
any person interested in the estate
of the said Maney Harjo .(now^de-
ceased) may appear and show cause.
If any they have, why said account
should not be approved, and said
guardian and his bondsmen relieved
from any further liability la said
Witnesseth my band and Seal of the
County Court this 9th day ot No-
D. O. Hart.
NOTICE OF 8ALE OF REAk ES-
TATE BY GUARDIAN
In the Matter of the Quafdianship of
Walker Harjo and "Edwin Harjo,
Notice is hereby given in pursu-
ance of an order of the County Court
of the County of Hughes, State of
Oklahoma, made on the 13th day of
November. 1917, the undersigned
guardian of the estate of Walker
Harjo and Edwin Harjo, minors, will
sell at Wewoka, Oklahoma, to the
highest bidder, subject to confirma-
tion of said Court, on Friday, the 74h
day of December, 1917, at 10 o’clock
A. M., at the front door of the County
Court House at Wewoka, Oklahoma,
all the right, title and Interest of said
Walker Harjo and Edwiu Harjo. min-
ors, in and to the following described
real ’estate, situated in Seminole
County, State of Oklahoma, to-wlt:
2-9 interest in the N 1-2 of the
NE 1-4 of Section 36. Township
9 North, Range 6 East, Seminole
Said real estate will be sold on the
following terms and conditions, to-
wit: Cash in hand upon confirmation
of sale by the court.
Dated thia 13th day of November,
B. W. Mackey,
n 22 3 Guardian.
As soon aa froet has killed all cf
the lata vegetables, the dsad vines ct
sack crops as tomatoes, squash sad
m kns. which harbor insects and
diseases that will give trouble next
The last of the root crops may be
spring, should be pulled ami burned,
taken up and stored In a trench or
When the garden has been cleaned
broadcast over the ground some rot-
ten manure, add % sprinkling of either
bonemeal or acid phosphate fertiliser
fpii plow the whole under. The fur-
row slices hold the rain and snow
and expose the soil to the pulverising
action of froet. The tall plowed gard-
en la ready for planting sooner than
Is the spring plowed garden. Where
the soil la loose It dries off quicker
and la ready for plautlag earlier. The
soil is in better condition for working
and for growing plants. Early vege
tables planted in tbo fall plowed gar-
den will make a quick start, for the
organic matter will have partly de-
cayed and become well Incorporated
lu the soil during the winter. Fre-
quently In the rush of spring work
unless the soil was tell plowed it
may remain unplowed until late. The
effectiveness and the value of the
garden will thus be reduced.
Oklahoma City. Nov. 8. —Farmers
of the state are being urged by the
state council of defense to repair
their old machinery and take care, nf
It In the beat way possible. It Is pos-
sible that a greet shortage of farm
Implements may result in the cur-
tails! al!owan< e of Iron for Indust-
rial purposes, it is augegsted. Ma-
chinery should be repainted and safe-
ly housed during the winter when
not only next >«>hr but posslV/ for
several years at !eist during war
It may be scarce and hard to get.
While here. Congressman Tom D.
McKeown. in company with Dr. Hari
ber, went to Mekuaukey Academy,
where he was shown over the build-
ing and inspected every part of the
workings of thia great Indian school.
His desire to Inspect at first hand
the school. Is due to the tact that
there is a move on la some parts of
the county to have the school dis-
continued end he wanted to know
just what the Indiana had and bow it
Surprised! That was the first mes-
sage brought to town by our con-
gressman. He said he had no Idea
that this school was so modern, and
above all, that it really was the best
he had ever seen In this line. In tect
be was more than pleased with the
trip to the school, and above all com-
pliments were not lacking when it
came to comemndlng Prof. Swengel
for his management of the school.
THINK OF IT
50.000 Persons Publicly Recommend
Our Remedy. Some are Wewoka
Over one hundred thousand have
recomemnded Doan’s Kidney Pills.
For backache, kidney, urinary Ula.
Fifty thousand signed testimonials
are appearing now In public print.
Some of them are Wewoka people.
Some are publiahed In Wewoka.
No other remedy shows such proof.
Follow this Wewoka woman’s ex-
Mrs. E. P. Bridges Rays: Doan’s
Kidney Pills are a good medicine for
backache ^pd disordered kidneys. I
used Dban’s at one time and receiv-
ed good benefit. They relieved tbe
sluggish condition of my kidneys and
I know that they have done for me
they will do for others.”
Price 60c at all dealers. Don’t sim-
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Bridges had.** Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Stop ooughing! you rack the lungs
HORBHOUND SYRUP checks irri-
tation, heals the lungs and restores
comfortable breathing. Price 25c,
60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
EXTRA OOPtCS ARE FOR BALE;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
William Cod joe, deceased, are requir-
ed to present the same, with the nec-
essary vouchers, to the undersigned
administratrix, at tbe office of her
attorney, C. Dale Wolfe, in Wewoka,
Oklahoma, within four months from
tbe date hereof, or the same will be
Dated this 22nd day of November,
C. Dale Wolfe,
Attorney. n 29 2
PUBLIC BALE NOTICE
Consisting of live stock, farm im-
plements, household goods, also 35
head good grade Shropshire sheep.
1% miles east, t miles south of Kon-
awa, two miles north of Tyrola, on
December 6th, 1917.
L. M. Zingery,
WANTED—All kinds of 2nd baud
Furniture aad Stoves that urn of say
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The Wewoka Capital-Democrat (Wewoka, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1917, newspaper, November 29, 1917; Wewoka, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937895/m1/3/: accessed March 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.