Texhoma Argus. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 17, 1911 Page: 3 of 10
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FirstPublished July 27th
Notice of Shirff's Sale.
COLD! COLD! drinks of all
kinds to be had at Ld s Place.
WHEREAS, It appe-irs from an
Order of Sale issued out of the Dis-
trict Court of the County of 1 exas,
and State of Oklahoma, bearing date
the 19th day of July A. D. 1911 to
me directed and now in my hands,
that on the 6th day of May A. D.
1911, in an action then pending in
said Court, wherein The Hutchinson
Mill Co. plaintiff and E. Turney &
Son defenants a persona! judgment was
rendered in said Court in said act.on
in favor of said plaintiff and against
said defednants E. Turneyand John
Turney for the sum of Five Hundred
and Seventy Nine and 88-100 Dol
lars [$579.88], debt, bearing interest
at the rate of percent per annum frcm
the dare thereof, and for the sum of
Twenty Six and 75-100 Dollars
[$26.75] and which sums were de-
clared and adjudged bv said Court to
be a first lien on the real estate there
in and hereinafter described .
AND WHEREAS, It further ap
pears that it u as futhur ordered by sa
i Court in said action that an Order
of Sale issue out of said Court direc-
ted to the Sheriff of said County of
Texas commanding him to advertise
and sell said real estate, with appraise
ment, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said judgment
interest, attorney's fee, and costs and
costs of the sale, and all the right
title, interest and equity of redemption
of said defandant in and to said pro-
perty or any part thereof, as in case
of sales of real estate on execution
appraisement, subject to confirmation
by the Court.
AND WHEREAS, 1 am com-
manded in said Order of Sale now in
mv hands, to advertise and sell said
premises pursuant to the order and
judgment of said Court, as aforesaid.
NOW THEREFORE, Public
notice is hereby given, that on the 30,
day of August, A. D., 1911, at the
hour of ten o'clock A. M. of ^said
dav, at the front door of the Court j
House, in said County, of I exas, 1
shall offer for sale and sell at public
auction to the highest and best bid-
der, for cash, the real estate men-
tioned in said Order of Sale, and de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Lot  fourteen in Block 11 e-
leven in the Origional town of Tex-
homa Oklahoma, in said County of
Texas, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said judgement
attory's fee' and costs of sale, and
all the light, title, interests, and
equity of redemption of said defend-
ant in and to said premises, or any
part thereof, as in case of sales of real
estate on execution, with appraise-
ment subject to confirmation by said
Witness my hand this the 2lst day
of July 1911.
David H. Schenault, Sheriff,
Alfalfa Seed for Sale
1 have a few bushels of choice al-
falfa seed for sale yet - see Dr. Har-
Fizz the drink what is at Ed s
The Star Meat Market will mak
you a special price on home rendered
ard 15 cents per pound.
DIAMOND EDGE.™ ODAUTY PUDGE
We handle a full line of the famous Diamond
Edye Tools and Cutlery fully gauranteed. It
there is anything you need in builders Hardware,
Harness, Paint, Implements, Well Supplies Stoves
or Enamelware, call and see us for if quality is
what you want, we have it. We earnestly solic-
it your valued patronage.
Foster Hardware Co.
With Your OIASSES
But have them fitted bv a
Dr. A. Entrikin
Will be at the
TEXHOMA DRUG GO'S,
Store Every Saturday after-
noon. Next visit July 29th.
ALL BUILDING MATERIAL,
And the TEXAS FREIGHT RATE.
We have them, and carry thelargest, best as-
sorted and highest graded stock of any Lumber
yard in this part of the Southwest, In fact
we can fill your order for a cottage or mansion
on the spot. All hart 5x5 3o feet long for wind-
mill towers, Granary and Barn material a spec-
ialty. You do not have to come back the sec-
ond time on account of our not having the goods.
And we are fully prepared to take care of the
trade in the adjacent counties of the five neigh-
boring states of Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado,
Kansas and New Mexico, which we cordially
Call on us before placing your orders; the
Texas Freight Rate suggests correct prices; if
it is in the Building Code we have it "cheaper.
Cordia lly Yours,
Galbraith-Foxworth Lumber Go.
Texas Side Texhoma, Okla.
1). Garham Jackson informs us
that he will likely establish an ^ office
in Texhoma soon where he will con-
duct a real estate and Loan business.
HOMESTEADERS MAY LEAVE
Homesteaders in Oklahoma, Neb-
raska. Wisconson and other Western
States, whose crops have failed this
year on account of the drouth., are
permitted to leave their claims untill
next April, without forfeiting any
rights under a bill passed the house
Friday. Another measure passed ex-
tends for one year the time for the
payment of money due from home-
steaders on the Rosebud Indian res-
ervation in South Dokota. -Both
bills have passed the senate.
Messers T. E. Harmon and J. M
Rudd have been putting some fine
roasting ears on the market for the
It is reported that J. E. Gardener
will have plenty fine mellons soon.
W. L. Roberts says he and J. E.
Gardener went bathing in the Beaver
near the latters home Sunday. We
are from Mo. and will have to be
Jacobs chocolates and Bon
at the Texhoma Drug Co.
REED &. OLDS
Keep a Complete Stock of
Fresh Staple and Fancy Groc-
eries, Flour, Meal, Cured
Meats and Lard.
Highest Price Paid for Coun-
try Produce. 'Will Appreciate
Second door north
of the Sanford Hotel.
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Buckley, Joe L. Texhoma Argus. (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 17, 1911, newspaper, August 17, 1911; Texhoma, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth352381/m1/3/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.