The Wewoka Capital-Democrat (Wewoka, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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JESSE L. OAV
*1.00 A YEAR
We noticed In a UUhmond. Va .
jmp*r the other day that Uncle *»a?r.
now ha.- 2.400 ru-gro aoldlera In
Franco. There are now 100.000 negro*
in the new army, training for ervlce
In France. We v »o!'l like *
good look at Flit* when the black
’jattallons go over the top.
Entered as Mtond clans mail mat-
ter at the !>•»*toffice at Wewaka. Ok-
The 'rna!!e:-t man In creation U
the parajrrapliers who *n« er ai the
soldier* of Its*- rMleele their
recent retreat tiet-tre tne uriiric-* oi
Marker, en. Th« wort hillllant fight-
ing of the present war has been done
bv the roldlers of Cadoma. rl hey have
stormed the very clouds and boa ten
back the hordes of Austria in the
Julian Alps performing feats that
all the world declared Impossible. Un-
dermined by treason and lm|»erllled
by treachery they were foreed to
fell hack front their advanced po-
sitions. but even In their retirement
they gave an exhibition of desperate
courage that has astonished the
world. To belittle their courage .is
little on the part of their enemies
and contemptible on the part of their
allies. As well deny the courage of
the Imperial Guard because It »ost
Waterloo or brand Pickett a coward
because his brigades were decimated
on Cemetery lUdgo.
Morning paper says that Governor
Williams returned from Camp Bowie
early in the morning but was too tired
to go down to hla office. We know-
just how that Is. We returned from
Camp Bowie recently and can testify
that the tired feeling acquired alxrtu
Ft. Worth Is especially Intense dur-
ing the cold gray dawn of the morn-
The per cert of the casualties It
French army Is e.ght per cent.
rate among Infante under
'one year of age in certrlr sections
1 of Chicago Is thirty per rent. It is
about four tlsacs r.» danger <u> to be
1 born In Chicago as It Is to fight in
the arraici of France.
i A near riot w.is . tagpi It Oklahoma
City when the home gu:«rd undertook
to elect officer-. And that Is the
"•glorious volunteer svstenF that
champ Clark and Senator Gore want
eri for the entire country.
State of Oklahoma, to wit
The undivided two-thirds i2-3»
Interest of John Alan Smith. Ho >-'
ert Hall Smith and Edith Marjor-
ie Smith lr and to the North-
west Cjutirt ir of the Southwe-t
Quarter cf Section Twenty-one
till. Town-hip Eingfet <S) North
Itar.i.e Eiftht (S) East.
Sai l real et.-ite will be- s-old on tb»
fallowing terms rum conditions, to-
wit- Cash, m:bje t to c; nflrnmtlon
hy the county court.
i' tt ; ih- 27'li dr of L'ecenil.i'.
1917. * ...
AMY P.. SMHH.
Guard it .’.
'.'an m A Cru* "aor Attorney. . 2«
■ j o. Davis, as Administrator of the
Estate of John Silas. Deceased,
ami the unknown heirs of John SI-
la*. Deceased, Defendant*.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Said defendants. J. O Davis, as ad-
n.xUtrator of the estate of John SI-
Ds i^ecea-ed. and the unknown heirs
of John Sila3. deceased, will take no-
Of course it Is the merest coinct-
dence that the I. W. W. trouble broke
R. 7.. W’c ds chine hom" Tuesday
morning from Camp Doniphan und
will stay with h' r.:e Fdk* for u few
days, lie has been helping Uncle Sam
out In Tulsa just after A1 Jennings build the cantonment for the Kansas
closed a revival meeting in that city. Land Missouri boys. He informs us
—O- I that there are about 30,000 men. at
The I. W. W’s are too smart to j Camp Doniphan and tAt the
riak six months In jail for bootleg [rtianicw hive had to ruah things in
; ginng It Is safer to w reck trains and
murder train crews.
Another cause for meatless days
| is the maintenance of a million or sc
order to get the camp completed. A
recent rain has helped to lay the dust
which stirred by drilling men and a
constant wind, had become almost
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES-
TATE BY GUARDIAN
In the Matter of the Guardianship
of John Alan Smith, ct al.. Mini s.
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- 27th. day of
November. 1917. the ; undersigned
guardian of the estate of John Alan
Smith. Robert Hall Smith and Edith
Marjorie Smith. Minors.- will sell at
I When you want to Save Money on
Dry Goods. Clothing. Shoes or Fur-
1 nlahings. don't fall to go to The
Fair. Wewoka'a real' bargain store.
lice that they have been su*d in the J
■ !u»ve named court to cancel a deed j
covering the following described ,
tract «>i land and to quiet title to the I
said tract of land in the plaintiffs, I
Tom Lowe. an<Y*Tom Lowe, as guar-
dian of Mary Lowe, a Minor, towlt:
The s.iutheast quarter of the south-
west quarter of Section la. Town-
.ship 8 North. Range * East,
and that the,v must answer the peti-
tion filed herein by iho plaintiff on
or b. fore the 2Gth day of December.
1M7. or said petition will be taken
as true anil a Judgment for r.ald plain-
tiff for the cancellation of a certain
deed covering the above described
tract of land and the quieting of the
said title in said plaintiffs will be
Davis ft Patterson.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Attest: T. M. Chastain. n 15 3
Shoes are Higher
But the advance in Queen Quality Shoes is not
disproportionate tc their value. Queen Quality is
the best buy for the money today, just a* it was
in the days of low prices. You can't go wrong by
buying Queen Quality. Come in and let us show
you the late styles in this famous shoe.
G. E. Bean, our county treasurer,
la about the busiest man in Seminole
County nowadaya. He has only one
assistant at the present time, and as
It Is the open season for taxpayers
the treasurer has to work extra In-
nings. Mr. Bonn has been working
from • A. M. * till midnight and we
believe that any official who works
eighteen hours a day is Justified in
calling It • day's work.
the front door of the court house at
Wewoka, Oklahoma, to the highest
bidder, subject to confirmation by
said court, on Tuesday, the 18th day
of December. A. D.. 1917, at 10:00
o'clock. A. M. .at public sale, all the
right, title and Interest of said John
Alan Smith, Robert. Had Smith and
Edith Marjorie Smith, minors. In and
to the following described real es-
tate^ situated In Seminole Count;,
“FIRST AID TO TIRED FEET.-
StrinQfield Merc. Co.
Just received and for sale at Reasonable
Prices, for cash or bankable note.
Two Car Loads of
These Stock are on sale at Work
‘ Bros. Barn, Wewoka, Okla.
Call & see them when in town
. f.r • . • T;> u
One half block south of Court House
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The Great Majestic Range
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At our store, one week only
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Monday, November 26
Saturday, December 1st
S«e tha Great Majestic—The Range with a Reputation-
new drees. Let the factory representative show you why
sea ao^«riA l.L.AA.. Inode Unirep heaft
mW Ul •••■ Ul« IWIVIJ m^. J— -- - - j ttlO
MAJSETIC bakes better, looks better, lasts longer, heats more
water quicker and hotter and uses less fuel than any other range.
We want to prove these facts to you—want you to know why
the Majestic is so highly recommended by your neighbors—why
it is the standard by which all ranges are judged—why it is
known in every county in every state as the Range With a
FREE^ Scof eized
As a special inducement during this week only,
we have arranged with the factory to present
each purchaser of a Majestic Range with a hand-
some and useful set of cooking ware as illustrated.
This is your oppoitunity to get something really
worth while for nothing. Ranges will be sold at
the regular prices.
Boys and Girls, this is something worth while, with only a tittle effort on
your part.. NOW LISTEN: Majestic High Flyers to the boys and
girls who hand in written answers to the following questions during the
two hours, 3 to 5 p. m., Tuesday of demonstration week.
The boy or girl giving the neateset and best answer to
the third question, may select any $1.00 article from our
stock in addition to the souvenir. In case of a tie those tying
. will receive the same priz-?.
There will he something for all of you. Remember the
time, 2 to 5 P. M., TUESDAY. ALL CHILDREN INVITED.
1. What is the name of your mother’s range and how.
long has it been in use?
2. Give names of persons you know needing a new
3. Why does thcMAJESTIC bake’ better, last longer,
heat more water and use less fuel than any other range?
4. What is your age? When is your birthday?
Everybody—Don’t fail to see the GREAT MAJESTIC
Range in the New Finish at our store
Youngblood-Key Hardware Co.
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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/m1/4/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.