The Arrow-Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, March 12, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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THE ARROW-DEMOCRAT, TAHLEQUAH. OKLAHOMA.
1000 bales of bright prairie hay
and 300 bushels of extra good grade
of cotton seed. Two miles north and
one mile west of Moody.
GHORMLEY & SON.
We "Buy Libert; Bonds."—T. J.
Adair Mercantile Company.
Owen Phillips, J. B. r?arson and D.
O. Scott were in Hulbert Tuesday.
If you want new harntss made,
just go to Ghormley's. He will figure
with you. Won't cost any more than
other places, and will be better har-
In A-1 Codition.
taken at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Quantrell Hawkin
and children went to Muskogee Wed-
nesday to make their future home.
Mr. Hawkins has purchased a tailor-
ing establishment there.
Any kind of repairing you have
to do bring to Ghormley's shop. Can
fix anything in the harness line.
Mrs. J. S. Allison and Mrs. Will Al-
lison returned Friday from a brief
visit in Haskell with their nephew,
Sam Allison, and Mrs. Allison.
A fine line of fresh candies at the
Big 4 Fruit Stand.
Mr. and MA. A. L. Patterson came
home Friday from Hulbert,, where
they visited their son, Grover Patti-
son, and Mrs. Pattison.
All kinds of fruits, Candv, Nuts and
Cigars at the Big 4 Fruit Stand.
Extra fine egg for setting. $1.00
for 13. Leave orders with Mrs. W
W. Drwkin at the News Store.
Hugh Sempler left Sunday for a
two weeks' trip to Phoenix and other
points \Ti th^ Wlest.
Williams Drug Store. Quality
te ti Oklahoma, Cherokee Coun-
ty. in me County Court.
In the Mclter of the Estate of Jen-
nie Bigfeather, deceased. Probate
The luite of Oklahoma to John
^ifrfeather, Arley Thompson, nee Big-
'father, Blu'.ord Foreman, Jennie
Foreman, .•■--ss Foreman, Duigan
Foreman, Daniel Foreman, Alexander
Foreman and Lulu Foreman and to
their heirs, to all record claimants of
the lands described below and all per-
sons oth°v.'""'e claiming an interest
and to all unknown heirs, ad-
trustees anu ui Jenn::' tv-
You and each of you will take no-
tice that on this day J. H. Wallace has
filed in this court his petition alleg-
ing that Jennie Bigfeather was in her
lifetime a full blood Cherokee Indian,
enrolled as such opposite Cherokee
Roll No. 29142 and received an allot-
ment as such citizen of the Cherokee
Nation the following described lands
in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, to-
SE4 of NE4 and NE4 of SW4
of NE4 of Section 36, Township
IS North, Range 20 East, and
NW4 of SW4 of NW4 of Sec-
tion 31, Township 18 North,
Range 21 East.
That the said Jennie Bigfeather died
unmarried, and intestate in Cherokee
County, Oklahoma, in the year 1912;
that she left surviving as her sole
and only heirs at law John Bigfeather,
her son, Arley Thompson, nee Big-
feather, daughter, and Bluford Fore-
man, Jennie Foreman, Jess Foreman,
Duigan Foreman, Daniel Foreman
and Alexander Foren in and Lula
Foreman, grandchildren, who upon
her death inherited and became the
owners of said land and alleging that
by successive conveyances by the said
heirs and their legal representatives
the said J. H. Wallace became the
owner of said land, is now the owner
thereof to the exclusion of said heirs
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Thompson have
as gueBt this week, their son, Ed.
Thompson, of Skiatook.
If you want to sell your land, price
It right and see J. H. Grumpier, tf
Mrs. Frederic;: McDu.iiel, who was
called here by the illness of her
mother, Mrs. Harnage, returned to
Oklahoma City Thursday evening,
leaving hre mother much improved.
All the popular magazines on liand
at the News Stand.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McClandon
were in Eldon Tuesday and Wednes-
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown went to
Muskogee Wednesday noon.
Farms for Rent
ler at once.
See J. H. Crump-
Rev. J. P. Adkins and Rev. A. G.
Hinkle returned Thursday from at-
tending the Inter-Church Conference
of Oklahoma, which was held in Ok-
lahoma City this week.
Several farms for rent.
11-22 AD J. H. CRUMPLER.
O. N. Goddard, T. O. Graham and
J. W. Reid transacted business in
Muskogee Wednesday and Thursday
For quick service for a farm loan
see J. H. Crumpler. tf
and all other persons and prays this
court for an order finding and decree-
ing the heirs of the said decedent at
the time of her death as alleged in
said petition and for distribution of
said estate to him.
You will take notice that said pe-
tition is set down for hearing on Sat-
urday the 24th day of April, 1920, at
10 o'clock A. M. in the County Court
Room this court, Tahlequah, Oklaho-
ma, and you, and each of you are re-
quired to answer said petition on or
before said date and upon your fail-
ure so to do this court will enter its
order and decree declaring the heirs
of Jennie Bigfeather at the time of
her death as set out above and as
prayed for in said petition and for-
ever barring all persons other than
the aforenamed claimants from claim-
ing any interest by record or other-
wise in said land ar.d all unknown
heirs, executors, administrators, de-
visees, trusteed i.rd a«;.!^*ns from for-
ever setting up or claiming any inter-
est in said estate.
Dated this 8th day of March, 1920.
J D. COX,
(iSeal) County Judge.
J. H. WALLACE,
J. B. WEAVER,
(Seal) Court Clerk.
C. F. BLISS,
Attorney for Petitioner.
First Publication March 12, 1920.
Misses Allison hah as guests Sun
day their cousin. Reed Scott, of De
Queen, Ark., and Misses Irene Stokes
and Ethel Allison, of Westville.
For Sale—10 acres Cherokee coun-
ty. Section 19, Township 18 N.,
Range 21 E. Best offer takes it. Ad-
dress J. S.. 2421 High St., Chicago
Messrs. Bill Hicks, Clinton Wilson
Thompson Reid and John B. Stapler
Jr., were in Muskogee Sunday.
10 head of thoroughbreed big
bone poland china hogs. Call 83
or see J. M. Williamson.
FOR SALE--9econd hand cook
atove. Enquire at 10c Store.
Her Face Beams
Mammoth Poultry Yards.
S. C. Anconas— Only.
Eggs $2.00 per 15, £7.00 per 50,
$12.50 per 100.
J. M. Williamson, Mgr.
R. C. RHODE ISLAND RED EGGS
15 eggs, $2.50; 50 eggs, $8.00.
Won six first prizes at the recent
Cherokee County Poultry Show;
also a special prize for the best pul-
let in the show.
Box 488, Tahlequah, Okla.
OTTO 8. MILES
Notary and Real Estate
Office with R. H. Couch
Phone ti. **■
One gray mare about 14 hands
high, left eyp glass or glassy. No
marks or brands. Mare can be '
with the "Wash <U]f mile." instead of A*
Wwh Hay Grouch, ia. sheer, i«r and ds-
light atibe dueling, snowy whit* parity
of h i whit* goods.
Rri Cms Ball Mm
will chase "waslwlsy-blnes'1—
Succeed where others fail, and
bring the nails of triumph to
Win housewife who rtaUf earn
t r purs, whi*s, fresh clothes.
What One Neighbor
"Have you heard the good news?"
Dr. Price's Baking Powder is now produced with
pure phosphate and the price has been reduced
nearly one-half. When the grocer told me, I just
threw away that alum mixture I have been using
because it was cheap, and ordered a can of
A name famous for 60 years is a guarantee of quality.
25c for 12 oz.
15c tor 6 oz.
10c (or 4 oz.
FULL WEIGHT CANS
The Price is Right
Not Cheapened With Alum—Leave* No' Bitter Taste-Always Wholesome
K TEXAS FAMILY'S
Galveston, Texas:—"After the flood in
moo, all my family became rundown,
hie to exposure of being in the water,
NEW CLUB CAFE
Shelby Killibrew, Prop.
Formerly the BIG 4, just opposite the Postoffice.
Regular Meals and Short Orders at all hours,
have the best equipped cafe in Tahlequah,
patronage will be appreciated.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Io=3 of (deep, etc. They were nil feeling
miserable and the only medicine they
at my place, three miles south of
Peggs, Ida. SA|( FERGUS0N
First Pub. Feb. 18, 1920.—4-ta-8
SW 1-4 of the Np 1-4 of ti} $L
1-4 of Section 12, TownshiD 16, Rang*
11, containing 10 acres ra«re or lest
Mondsy morning" Mi*. Mary Bolder-
man and Mrs. L.B. Covellsft on the
9 o'clock train to spend the ityty in
&e country. Mr. Robert Mejjpi met
them at Park iBill In fts bo
went with them to the old1 M
burial ground, wnere
man s fitter Is WMed. Than they
visited at tbe JfcdKn'fcMn*' had a good
dtnp« there aiid f *ery peasant time
with th.e Pleasant fatttlly, Misses Lucy
anti Nannia Paden aftd their brothers.
The day passed off so pleasant,1 and
By Administrator, Executor ox-
In the Matter of the Guardianship
of Georgia Velma Choate, a minor.
Notice is hereby given in pursu-
ance of an order of the County Court
of the County of Sequoyah, State of
Oklahoma, made on the 25th day of
February, 1920, the undersigned
Guardian of the estate of Georgia
Velma Choate, a minor, will sell at
liver lias (riven me considerable trouble. ' private sale to the highest bidder, sub-
I have suffered with pick-headaches and j ject to confirmation by said Court
have had yellow blotches rpnear all over i on Saturday, the 27th day of March,
" a. D., 1920, at 2 o'clock P. M., or at
any time within six months there-
after, at County Court house in Sal-
lisaw, Oklahoma, all the right, title
and interest of said Georgia Velma
took was Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
■Discovery. By the use of this they were
all restored to health and strength.
"I always keep the 'Pleasant Pellets'
in my home. They are an excellent regu-
lator of the stomach, Ifvor and bowels,
or for bilious attacks. I can speak in the
highest terms of all of Dr. Pierce's Medi-
cines."—Mrs. J. \V. Moss, 3913 Ave. K.
Houston, Texas:—"All my life my
my body. At one time I was so bad with
it that I lost all ambition to do my
houscwoH- and was really 'all in' when
'Golden Medical Discovery' was recom-
mended to me by a friend. 1 took six
bottles of it, which made me feel like a
different woman. I consider Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery the very best
liver medicine 1 have ever known and
have no hesitancy in recommending it to
those afflicted with chronic liver ail-
ments."—Mrs. C. A. Finn, 2214
Washington Ave. .
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., icr trial package
of any of his medicines.
Sloan's Liniment scatters
the congestion and
Th? Mission Study Club of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the
Methodist church met in the pastor s
study on Tuesday, afternoon. Mrs. J.
E. Pyeatt, leader, and the following
7KSSS 'Bulletin .presented by
Mrs J t* Arks.
"Opportunity of a Wesley Hopse in
I Industrial Community," Mrs. L. B.
Poem, 'Brotherhood," Mrs. Hugh
unt reviewed the (hird
l „ ©on was
went for %j must tost know
• need before we can give any aid
Choate, a minor, in and to the fol-
lowing .described real estate situate
in Cherokee County, State of Okla-
Lo.t Two (2), and the North Half
of the Northeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter less one (1)
acre reserved for School, of Sec-
tion Seven (7), Township Fourt-
teen (14) North, Range Twenty-
one (21) East.
Said real estate will be sold on the
following terms and conditions, to-
wit: Cash in hand.
Bids for the purchase thereof must
be in writing and must be filed in
the County Court Or delivered to the
undersigned at the law offices of Mc-
Combs 4 MeCombs, Sallisaw, Okla.
Dated the 25th day of February,
First Pub. March 12. 3tao.
A little, applied without rubbing, will
peuctrah' immediately and rest and
soothe the nerves.
Sloan's Liniment is very effective in
alloying external pains, strains, bruises,
aches, stiff joints, sure muscles, lumba-
go, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges.
Keep a big bottle always on hand
for family use. Druggists everywhere.
35c, 70c. $1.40.
Keep it liandy
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES-
TATE IN PARTITION.
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance ■ of an order of sale of the
District Court in and for Cherokee
County, State of Oklahoma, issued by
said court on the 23rd day of Febru-
1 ary, 1920, in an action for partition
i of land wherein Quatie Maude Chris-
' tie by her next friend, Peggie Pritch-
' ett, was plaintiff, and Grace Wilson,
' nee West, was defendant, command-
I ing me as sheriff of said county and
I state to advertise and sell at public
sale certain lands hereinafter de-
scribed belonging to said parties iff
partition proceedings, for the purpose
of partition and division, the said land
being situated in said Cherokee Coun-
ty and described as follows, to-wit:
NW4 of SE4 of Sec. 25, and
the W2 of NE4 of NE4 and B2 t
of NW4 of NE4 and NW4 of
SE4 of NE4 of Section 35, all ia
Township 18 North, Range 22.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby
given that in pursuance of the com-
mands of said order, I will offer for
sale and soil for cash to the highest
bidder, which shall not be less than
$1320.00 the same being two-thirds
of the appraised value, said described
lands and tenements, on the 29th day
of March, 1920, at two o'clock P. M.
of said day, ot the front door of the
County Court house in the City of
Tahlequah in said County and State.
Witness my hand this the 25th day
of February, 1920.
C. W. SAUNDERS,
Sheriff of Cherokee County, Okla.
First pub. Feb. 27, 1920. 5tAD
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES-
In the matter of the Guardianship
of Robert B. Bean, Jr., a minor, M. A.
Notice is her
ance of an order o:
time, but is reported to
W. W. Rosu, Dave Wbltmore and
Geo. Whitmore, of ParkHill, attended
a big mtetfng of the K. of P. lodge
Left home on the 8th day of De-
cember. 1919, one hound, with red
forehead, has black spot on right side
of neck, and on point of shoulder. Big
blaok spot on left side and a point
runs out. Black soot on root- of tail.
Any information leading to recovery
of same, notify
Box 61, Route 2. Tahlequah, Okla.
Dixie Dannenberg, of Ponca Clj^,
came Friday for a brief visit with
its. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dsnnen
Catarrh Cure, mantil
There Is more Catarrh In this section of
the country than all other dlseasm put
together, and until the la«t few year*
was supposed to be Incurable..-1 For a
■rest msny years doctors pronounced It a
local disease and prescribed local reme-
dies, and by constantly falling to cure
With local treatment, pronounced It Incur-
able. Science has prov n Catarrh to be a
disease, and therefore re-
lonal treatment. Hall's
manufactured bjr P. J.
Cheney ft Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Is the only
Constitutional cure on the market. It Is
taken Internally. It sets directly on the
Mood and mucous surfaces of the systsm.
They offer one hundred dollars tor any
case It fails to cure. Send for circulars
ASS raw: P. 1. CHENRT * CO.. Telede. O.
Sole kf Druseiets. Tie.
Take Hell's rarally Pills for eeaatlpaUoa.
A Timely Suggestiea.
The next time you have a cough or
cold try Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy. It is pleasant to take and you
are sure to be pleased with the relief
Which it affords. This remedy has
a wide reputation for ita cures of
coughs ana colds.
Mrs. J.. A. Lawrence came home
Sunday from a short trip to Tulsa,
where she attended a meeting of the
Executive Board of the Third District
Federation of Women's Clubs. While
in Tulsa she wss the guert of her sis-
Notice is hereby given in pursu-
f the County Court
of the County of Cherokee, State of
tor Mr* .1 R Hone*
Oklahoma, made on the 20th day of
February, 1920. the undersigned
guardian of the estate of Robert B.
Bean, Jr., a minor, will sell at pri-
vate sale to the highest bidder sub-
ject to confirmation by said court on
or after the 16th day of March, 1924,
at 1 o'clock A. M. at Tahlequah, Ok-
lahoma, all the right, title and inter-
est of said Robert B. Bean, Jr., a
minor, in and to the following de-
scribed real estate situated in Chero-
kee County, State of Oklahoma, to-
Lot 2 and SW4 of NE4 of Sec-
tion 1, Township 17* North,
Range 21 East, containing 80.11
acres, more or less. ,
Said real estate will be sold on the
following terms and conditions, to-
wit: Cash to be paid upon eonflriM*
Bins for the purchase thereof stust
be in writing and must be filed in tits
County Court or doliverM to the
dersignsd at Tahlequah, 0klahema. ee
may bo delivered to 3.1. Coursey. At-
torney for Guardian, Tahlequah, Ok*
Dated the 25th day of February,
1M#" M. A.
r!aet will. ffi>b..W
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