Wewoka Capital Democrat


Thursday, April 6, 1923
Volume 22, Number 13

Walter Smith, Editor and Proprietor
Seminole County per yr....$1.00
Outside Seminole County...$2.00

Civil Club Committees of women's organizations met at home of Mrs. J.A. BAKER
	Mrs. Baker, President
	Mrs. A.H. TAYLOR, secretary
	Mrs. B.F. DAVIS

Deputy Sheriff, Bud GORDON, arrested and brought to Wewoka last Sunday,
	Amos NERO
	Willie PRUITT
	Emmett KENNEDY
	Hamon BARKUS
	Clay TOLLITT

City Election Reults:
	for Trustee, Ward No. 1	
		J.E. PATTERSON - 229
		W.C. CUMMINGS  -  60
	for Trustee, Ward No. 2
		A.H. TAYLOR    - 280
	for Trustee, Ward No. 3
		W.L. THURSTON  - 280
	for City Clerk
		Don R. FRASER  - 156
		W.C. DONNELLY  - 137
	for City Treasurer
		M.M. SEBASTIAN - 169
		H.J. SHANDS    - 121
	for Justice of Peace
		T.S. COBB      - 177
		Houston MILLER - 117

Community Council held a regular meeting at office of Judge B.F. DAVIS on March 31st.  
The following officers were elected:
	Judge B.F. DAVIS, president
	Amo B. CUTLIP, secretary and Treasurer
	Mrs. J.A. BAKER, reporter
The executive committee is:
	Col. W.S. KEY, Walter CASEY, Frank CRUTSINGER, Ben FLOYD and Mrs. H.G. HOWARD.
The health committee appointed is:
	Prof. COWART and Mr. H.J. SHANDS

The Eighth Grade Examintaion, April 12 and 13
	Weowka, Seminole, Konawa, Vamoosa, U.G. No 1 at Forty Nine, U.G. No 2 at Holly
	Grove, U.G. No 3 at String Town, Lima, Prairie View and Douglas Negro School.
	A fee of 50 cents will be charged all applicants to pay the examiners for grading
	manuscripts.
			Signed, 
			W.A. INGLE	
			Co. Supt.

R.H. SMITH well in 33-8-8....making 390 barrels per day.... The Prairie Pipe Line Caompany is
	now coupling....to this well.  This line is coming from the Wetumpka field.
The GARDENER well in 34-11-8 has been deppened three feet....    
The KAWFIELD well in 25-6-6 is driling at 1000 feet.
They are at work again on the SMITH well in 23-7-7.
The Magnolia is rigging up in 18-7-5.
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Notice of Sale of Oil and Gas Lease
	Notice is hereby given in pursuance of the order of the County Court of Seminole 
	County, State of Oklahoma, made and entered on the 3rd day of April, 1923, the 
	undersigned guardian will offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest
	and best bidder an oil and gas mining lease, on Tuesday, the 10th day of April, 1923,
	at 11 o'clock AM the following described lands situated in Seminole County, State of
	Oklahoma, to-wit:
		An undivided interest in the W 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4,
		and the East 1/2 of NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 23, Twp 6 N,
		Range 7 E containing 40 acres.
	Said oil and gas lease will be sold on the following terms and conditions to-wit:
		Cash upon confirmation of sale by the County Court.
	Said sale to be held in the County Court Room of Seminole County, Oklahoma at the
	time above stated.
	Dated 3rd day of April, 1923
			Sarah A. CLEVELAND, guardian
			J.E. HALL, Atty.
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Notice of Sale of Oil and Gas Lease
	Notice is hereby given in pursuance of the order of the County Court of Seminole 
	County, State of Oklahoma, made and entered on the 5th day of April, 1923, the 
	undersigned guardian will offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest
	and best bidder an oil and gas mining lease, on Thursday, the 12th day of April, 1923,
	at 1 o'clock PM the following described lands situated in Seminole County, State of
	Oklahoma, to-wit:
		
	All the right title and interest of said minors in and to the folowing described 
	land to wit:
		The S 1/2 of Section Two (2), Twp Eight (8), North and Range Five (5)
		East in Seminole County, Oklahoma.  Section 2, Twp 8 North Range 5 E,
		containing 320 acres.
	Cash on day of confirmation of said sale and the delivery of said lease 
		by said Guardian.
	Said sale to be held in the County Court Room of Seminole County, Oklahoma at the
	time above stated.
	Dated 5th day of April, 1923
				David COKER, guardian
				Hill and Criswell, Atty for guardian
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Notice of Hearing - Final Accounts of Administrators and Petitions to Distribute Estate 
and Determine Heirship
	In the matter of the estates of James YARBROUGH, Creek Roll No. 5850. deceased. 
	Probate No. 2628 and CHUMSEY, Seminole Roll No. 515, Deceased.  Probate No. 2708	

	Public notice is hereby given that Albert YARBROUGH, administrator of the estate of
	James YARBROUGH, Creek Roll No. 5850, Deceased and A.C. CULLY, administrator of the
	estate of CHUMSEY, Semiole Roll No. 515, Deceased, have filed in this court their 
	final account a such administrators, and their petitions, praying for the distribution 
	of the estates of said decedents and dertermination of the heirs of said decedents, 
	and that said final accounts and petitions have been set for hearing by order of this 
	court and will be heard on Thursday, the 26th day of April, 1923, at one o'clock PM
	at the office of the County Judge in Wewoka, Seminole County, Oklahoma, at which time
	and place any person interested in said estates of either of them, may appear and 
	show just cause, if any he have, why said final reports of either of them should 
	not be approved as rendered and why said estated should not be distributed and said
	heirships determined as prayed for in said petitions.
	
	Done in open court this 31st day of March, 1923.
						(Seal)   Thos. O. CRISWELL, County Judge
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Notice of Sale of Real Estate under Execution:
	In the District Court
	No. 3178
	Oil Well Supply Company, a corporation, Plantiff vs. Wewoka Oil and Gas Company, a
	Corporation, et al., Defendants.

	Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the writ of execution issued out of 
	this office of the Court Clerk of Seminole County, Oklahoma, on the 24th day of
	February, 1923 in an action wherein Oil Well Supply Company, a corporation, was 
	plaintiff, and Wewoka Oil and Gas Company, a corporation, Central Oil and 
	Development Company, a corporation, W.W. LARMUR, E.E. JAYNE, S.W. LANE, J.A. KING
	and J.E. HOWARD were defendents, commanding me to levy upon property of said
	defendents sufficient to satisfy a judgment rendered in the above styled cause in
	favor of said plaintiff and again said defendants, on the 4th day of May, 1916, in
	the sum of $7650.34, and attorneys' fees in the sum of $600, and costs of said 
	action, and whereas there has been paid upon said judgement the sum of $2655.50,
	leaving a balance due upon said judgment of $8628.11, with interest on $8553.11 
	of said amount from February 24, 1923, until paid, at the rate of 8 per cent per 
	annum, excepting $600.00 attorneys' fee therein, which only bears interest from 
	said date at the rate of 6 per center per annum:

	I have levied upon certain lands and tenements belong to the said defendant, S.W. 
	LANE, for want of good and chattels of all of said defendants, said lands being 
	described as follows:
		Lot Six in Block Two of the Town of Wewoka, Oklahoma, and 
		which has been duly appraised at the sum of $9000.00; and the
		North 1/2 of the N 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4, and the North 1/2
		of the SW 1/4 of the N1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 18,
		in Twp. 8 N, Range 8 East, in Seminole County, Oklahoma, appraised at
		the sum of $900.00
	Now therefore, notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the command of said writ, 
	I will offer for sale and sell for cash to the highest bidder, the above described
	lands and tenements, or so much thereof as will satisfy said judgement, interest
	and all costs, on the 21st day of April, 1923 at 1 o'clock PM of said day, at the
	front door of the County Court House, in Wewoka, Oklahoma.
	
	I estimate the costs which will accrue upon said execution of the sum of $50.00
	Witness my hand, this 21st day of March, 1923.
					J.A. DOYLE,
					Sheriff of Seminole County, Oklahoma.
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Notice of Sale of Real Estate by Guardian:
	Probate No. 1543
	In the matter of the guardianship of John William BROWN, minor.  Becky BROWN, guardian.

	Notice is hereby given in pursuance of an order of the County Court of County of 	
	Seminole, State of Oklahoma, made on the 15th day of March, 1923, the undersigned
	guardian of the estate of John William BROWN, minor, will sell at public ale to the
	highest bidder, subject to the conirmation by said Court, on Saturday, the 7th day of
	April, 1923 at one o'clock PM, at the front door of the court house of Seminole
	County, Oklahoma in the town of Wewoka, Oklahoma all the right, title and interest
	of said John William BROWN, minor, in the following described real estate, situated
	in Hughes County, State of Oklahoma, to-wit:
		
		The W 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Section 16, Twp 8 North, Range 11 East,
		the same comprising a portion of the surplus allotment of said minor, 
		who is enrolled upont the Creek Rolls as an Indian of the 1/4 blood.

	Said real estate will be sold on the following terms and conditions, to-wit:
	Ten percent cash on dale of sale; balance, cash upon approval and confirmation 
	of sale by the Court and delivery of deed by guardian.

	Said land will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder at the time and place
	above stated. 

	Dated the 15th Day of March, 1923
					Becky BROWN, Guardian of John William Brown, minor
					J.E. SIMPSON, Attorney
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Notice of Hearing - Petition to Determine Heirship:
	No. 2801
	In the matter of the estate of CULLY, Seminole Roll No. 932, deceased.
	
	The State of Oklahoma to the known and unknown heirs, administrators, executors,
	devisees, trustees and assigns of CULLY, Seminole Roll No. 932, deceased; and 
	J.W. PRESLEY, H. BORN, Frank KNAPPENBERGER, W.E. GRISSO and the Conservatore Loan
	Corporation, of Shawnee, Oklahoma and Selo GRAY, Weleetka, Oklahoma:
	
	You and each of you are hereby notified and wil take notice that Wiley TAYLOR, 
	Seminole Roll No. 777, and heir at law of CULLY, Seminole Roll No. 932, deceased 
	has commenced his action in the County Court of Seminole County, Oklahoma, which
	action has for its purpose the determination who are the heirs at law of the said
	CULLY, Semiole Roll No. 932, deceased.

	That you and each of you are hereby notified that you must appear therein on or
	before the 4th day of May, 1923, at the hour of 10 l'clock AM of said day; that the 
	County Court of Seminole County, Oklahoma, and the Judge thereof, has entered an
	order in said cause setting said petition for hearing on the 4th day of May, 1923,
	at the hour of 10 o'clock AM, in the County Court Room at Wewoka, Oklahoma in said
	Seminole County, Oklahoma.

	You are further notified and must take notice, that if you fail to appear or plead 
	in said cause, petitioner, Wiley TAYLOR Seminole Roll No. 777, will take judgement
	declaring that he and Selo GRAY are the sole and only heirs at law of CULLY, 
	Seminole Roll No. 932, deceased, and that they each inherited an undivided one-half
	interest in and to the allotment of the said Cully, Seminole Roll No. 932, deceased,	
	and that they are therefore entitled to the distribution of the said allotment,
	which is situted in Seminole County, Oklahoma, and is described as follows, to-wit:
	
		E 1/4 of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, all in Section 3, Twp 8 N, Range 6 E.
	
	All of which you will take due notice and govern yourselves accordingly.

	Witness my hand and seal as Court Cleark of Seminole County, Oklahoa, this the 21st
	day of March, 1923.
					Irma CUMMING, Court Clerk
	Attest:  Davis and Patterson, Attorneys for Petitioner, Wiley TAYLOR
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Notice of Hearing - Report of Guardian:
	Probate No. 1677
	In the matter of the Guardianship of Sipiew SANCHO, minor et al.
	Peter LINCOLN Guardian

	Notice is hereby given that Peter LINCOLN, the duly appointed guardian of the
	persons and estate of Sipiew SANCHO, minor, has rendered and presented for final
	settlement, and filed in said Court, his final account; and that Saturday, the
	28th day of April, 1923, at the County Court Room in Wewoka, Oklahoma, has been
	duly appointed by said court for the settlement of said account;  at which time
	and place any person interested in said ward or his estate may appear and show
	cause, if any they have, why said account should not be approved.

	In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Seal of said
	Court, this the 22nd day of March, 1923.
				(Seal)	Irma CUMMINGS, Court Clerk
				by Una SATTERWHITE, deputy
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Order for Hearing - Petition for Sale of Real Estate by Guardian
	Probate No. 2436
	
	In the matter of the guardianship of Rachel HANEY, minor.
	
	Now on this 27th day of March, 1923, Willie HANEY having filed herein his 
	petition for sale of the real estate described in said petition, for reasons 
	in said petition stated.

	It is ordered that said petition be and hereby is set for hearing on the 26th
	day of April, A.D., 1923, at the hour of 1 o'clock PM, at the office of the
	County Judge of Seminole County Oklahoma, in Wewoka, Oklahoma at which time 
	all persons interested in said estate are required to appear and show cause,
	if any they have, why an order should not be granted for the sale of so much
	of the real estate of said Rachel HANEY, a minor, as is necessary for the reasons
	in said petition stated.

	It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published for three successive
	weeks in the Wewoka Democrate, a newspaper of general circulation in said county,
	published once a week at Wewoka, Oklahoma.
				(Seal)  Thos. O. CRISWELL, County Judge
	
	Hill and Criswell, Attys. for Administrator
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Notice of Sale of Minor's Departmental Oil and Gas Lease
	In the County Court of Creek County, State of Oklahoma

	In the matter of the Guardianship of Clarence H. GRANT and James C. GRANT, Minors, 
	Lulu B GRANT, Guardian.
	No. 2477, Probate

	Notice is hereby given in pursuant to an order of the county court of Creek County,
	Oklahoma made on the 31st day of March, 1923, the undersigned Guardian of the 
	aforementioned minors will sell at public sale the undivided one-third interest
	each of said minors in and to a certain Departmential oil and as mining lease which
	said lease was given on the 22nd da of December, 1919, by one Jimmy PONKILLA, a full
	blooded Indian, to J.K. GRANT now deceased, and said interest inherited by said minors 
	and duly distributed to them by administratio proceedings heretofore had, in so far 
	as said lease covers the following described land in Seminole County, Oklahoma, to-wit:
	
		The N 1/2 of SW 1/4 and the NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4, all in Section 28
		Range 6 E., containing 120 acres more or less.

	to the highest and best bidder for cash bonus of not less that $8.00 per acre at the
	county court house in the County Court Room thereof in the City of Sapulpa, Creek
	County, Oklahoma, subject to confirmation by said Court, on the 14th day of April, 
	1923 at 10 o'clock AM.  The purchaser to pay court costs and attorney's fees.
		
	LULU B. GRANT, Guardian of Clarence H. GRANT and James C. GRANT, minors.
	W.C. HODGES, Sapulpa, Oklahoma, Attny for Guardian.
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Notice of Sale of Oil and Gas Lease

	Probate No. 2344
	Notice is hereby given in pursuance of an order of the county Court of Seminole 
	County, State of Oklahoma, made and entered on the 26th day of March, 1923, the
	undersigned guardian wil offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest
	and best bidder an oil and gas mining lease, on Tuesday, the 10th day of April, 1923
	at 10 l'clock AM the following decribed lands situated in Seminole County, State of
	Oklahoma, to-wit:

		The E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 1, Twp 7 N, Range 7 E,
		containing 20 acres.

	Said oil and gas lease will be sold on the following terms and conditions to-wit:
	Cash on confirmation of sale and delivery of lease.

	Said sale to be held in the County court Room of Seminole County, Oklahoma at the
	time above stated.

	Dated 26th day of March, 1923.
			C.F. SIMMONS, Guardian of Alta Simmons, Alma Simmons, Ona Simmons 
				and Fay Simmons, minors.
			D.H. HART, Atty. for Guardian.
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Notice of Sale of Oil and Gas Lease

	Notice is hereby given in pursuance of an order of the county court of Seminole 
	County, State of Oklahoma, made and entered on the 29th day of March, 1923, the 
	undersigned guardian will offer for sale and sell at publc auction to the highest
	and best bidder an oil and gas mining lease on Friday the 6th day of April, 1923 at
	10 o'clock AM the following described lands situated in Seminole county, State of
	Oklahoma, to-wit:

		All ward right title and interest in the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4
		of Section 29, Twp 8 N, Range 8 E. Containing 40 acres.

	Said oil and gas lease will be sold on the following terms and conditions, to-wit:
	Cash upon confirmation by the Court.
	Said sale to be held in the count court room of Seminole County, Oklahoma, at the
	time above stated.

	Dated this 29th day of March, 1923
				Jeff WALKER, guardian
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Notice of Sale of Oil and Gas Mining Lease by Guardian
	Probate No. 2255
	In the matter of the guardianship of Hoktoche HULBUTTA and Johnson HULBUTTA, both
	minors.
	George RIPLEY, Guardian
	.....order...made and entered...on the 2nd day of April, 1923, by the undersigned
	guardian of said minors, will on Wednesday, April 11, 1923, at the hour of 10 o'clock
	AM of said day.......offer for sale and sell at public sale.....an oil and gas
	mining lease upon the lands of said minors, situated in Seminole County, Oklahoma
	described as follows to-wit:
	
		The NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 8, Twp 9 N, Range 7 E, the same
		comprising the homestead allotment of George HULBUTTA, Seminole Roll
		No. 865, deceased, and the minors above named being the children and
		issue born since March 4th, 1906.

	Said lease....will be made for a term of 10 years from the date of approval of lease
	by Secretary of Interior, and as much longer thereafter as oil or gas is found in
	paying quantities.

	Adult heirs will joing with gurdian in execution of lease.
	Dated this 2nd day of April, 1923.
			George RIPLEY, guardian of Hoktoche and Johnson HULBUTTA, minors.
			J.E. SIMPSON, Attorney 
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Order for hearing Petition for Sale of Real Estate by Guardian
	Probate No. 2255
	In the matter of the guardian ship of Hoktoche HULBUTTA and Johnson HULBUTTA, 
	both minors.
	George RIPLEY, guardian.

	......ordered that said petition be and hereby is set for hearing on the 5th day
	of May, 1923, at the hour of Ten o'clock AM......at which time and place all persons
	interested in said estate are required to appear and show cause, if any they have, 
	why an order should not be granted.....

	....further ordered that a copy of this order be published for 3 successive weeks....
	and that copies of this order also be served on the next of kin of said minors and
	all persons interestedin said estate.....
				Thos. O CRISWELL, County Judge
				J.E. SIMPSON, Atty. for Guardian.
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Notice of Sheriff's Sale Under Forclosure
	No. 6118
	Guaranty State Bank of Drumright, Oklahoma, Plantiff vs. 
	Louis C. BROWN, et al., Defendants

	.....by virtue of an order of Sale......I will, between the hours of 10 o'clock AM 
	and 2:00 PM on the 23rd day of April, 1923,....offer for sale and sell....the
	following described real estate and appurtenances thereunto belong, to-wit:

		Lots Fix and Six in Block Four in the Town of Sasakwa, Oklahoma;
		and the E 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of Section 34, Twp 6N, Range 7E and 
		the SE 1/4 of Section 34, Twp 6N, Range 7E: all in Seminole County,
		Oklahoma,

	...to satisfy a judgement and decree foreclosure obtained....on the 16th day of
	September, 1922, against the defendants, Louis C. BROWN and Golder G. BROWN, for
	the sum of $5317.61 together...with an interest rate of 10% per annum from the 16th 
	day of Sept. 1922, until paid, and the further sum of $350.00 attorney's fee, and
	a judgement and decree of foreclosure, obtained by defendants, Lizzie YAHOLA, Willie
	YAHOLA and James YAHOLA on the 16th day of Sept. 1922, against the defendants 
	Louis C. BROWN and Golder G. BROWN, for the sum of $9,199.96....with an interest 
	rate of 8% per annum from the 16th day of Sept. 1922, until paid, and the further
	sum of $750.00 attorney's fee, and a judgment and decree of foreclosure obtained by
	the defendants Louis WEST for the sum of $2560.65....with an interest rate of  
	10% per annum......and the further sum of $100.00 for attorney's fees, and judgement
	against said defendants.....for all costs of this action, being $35.00 acrued and 
	$50.00 and accruing costs for sale of above described property.
	
	Given under my hand this 20th day of March, 1923.
				J.A. DOYLE, Sheriff

	Warren and Crutcher, Attorneys for Plantiff
	Virgil BIGGERS and A.M. FOWLER, Attorneys for Lizzie, Willie and James YAHOLA
	Norvell and Haulsee, Attorneys for Katie WEST
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Notice of Sheriff's Sale under Foreclosure
	No. 5099
	American Investment Co., a corporation, plantiff vs
	J.S. Barham and Eula C. Barham, et al., defendants

	......judgement and decree of foreclosure made....on the 4th day of Sept., 1922,
	I, J.A. Doyle, Sheriff, will at the hour of 1:30PM on .....9th day of April, 1923
	....offer for sale...the following real estate lying and situated in..Seminole 
	County, OKlahoma....to satisfy the hudgment in the above styled action, the same
	being for $212.12 as principal, and interest....at 10% per annum from Sept 4, 1922 	
	until paid, the sum of $72.00 as attorney's fees with interest....at 6% per annum
	until paid.  Clerk's total costs, estimated at $15.00 and $25.00 my accruing costs,
	said lands being described as follows:

	The SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 34, Twp 7N, Range 7E, in Seminole County, OK
	
	Said lands....will be sold subject to a prior mortgage for the sum of $1000.00...
	Witness my hand this 8th day of March, 1923.

					J.A. Doyle, Sheriff of Seminole County
					By W.I. ALDRIDGE, Under Sheriff
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Notice of Sale
	Notice is hereby given......as Sheriff of said County, in an action wherein 
	First National Bank of Holdenvile, OKlahoma is plantiff and Louis C. BROWN,
	Golder G. BROWN and Allen W. CRAIN are defendants, I will....on the 23rd day
	of April, 1923...offer for sale......the following described real estate and
	appurtenances.....

	All the right, title and interest of Louis C. BROWN, Golder G. BROWN and Allen
	W. CRAIN in and to the:
  
	NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 and N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 33 Twp 5N, Range 7E 
	in Seminole County, OK.
					J.A. DOYLE, Sheriff
					Warrena and Crutcher, Attny's for Plantiff
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Notice by publication

	The Bank of Sasakwa, a corporation, plantiff, vs
	Southwestern Mining Company, a corporation, or unknown sucfcessors, trustees
	and assigns of such corporation.

	Take notice....you have been sued.....for the purpose of quieting title to the
	following described real estate located in Seminole County, State of Oklahoma:

	N 1/2 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4, and the NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 and the SE 1/4
	of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 and the N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of SE 1/4, all of Section 1, Twp ?
	N, Range 7 East

	...you must answer said petition...on or before the 23rd day of April, 1923....

				Irma Cummings, Court Clerk
				Pryor, Stokes and Carver, Attorneys
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Notice of sale of Real Estate by Guardian

	In the matter of the guardianship of William BOWLEGS, a minor.
	Ida FACTOR, guardian.
	
	Notice is hereby given....order....made on 28th day of March 1923, the undersigned
	guardian o the estate of William BOWLEGS..... will sell t public sale to the highest
	bidder....on Saturday, the 21st day of April, 1923 at 1:30 PM.....all right, title
	and interest.....in the following described real estate....

	The E 1/2 of SE 1/4 and SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 30 in Twp 9N, Range 6E

	Dated the 28th day of March, 1923.
					Ida FACTOR, guardian.....
					J. Read MOORE, Atty. for Guardian
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Notice

	In the Justice Court of Miller Township in said County and State, E.T. JOHNSON,
	Justice of Peace.

	The Bank of Sasakwa, et al, plantiff, vs
	S.B. GAINES, defendant

	The said S.B. GAINES will take notice that he has been sued in the Justice Court
	of Miller Township, by the above named plantiffs, for the sum of $64.00.......
	on or before the 4th day of May, 1923.......

	Dated at Sasakwa, Oklahoma this 28th day of March, 1923.
					E.T. Johnson, Justice of Peace
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Notice of Hearing Guardian's Final Report

	No. 1189
	In the matter of the guardianship of Benny HARJO, a minor.
	Chili FISH, Guardian.

	Public notice is hereby given that Chili FISH has filed herein his final report
	as guardian of Benny Harjo, and minor, and that the same has been set for hearing
	on the 20th day of April, 1923.......at which time and place any persons interested
	my appear and show cause.......

	Dated this 27th Day of March, 1923.
					T.O. CRISWELL, County Judge
					Wilmott and Roberts, Attys for Guardian
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	KEY Hardware Company
	Dr. W.L. KNIGHT - Physician and Surgeon
	S.W. LANE - Oil Lease Exchange
	D.F. LEDBETTER's Repair Station
	Dr. W.S. MARTIN
	F.M. McGOWN - Auctioneer	
	Jess McMULLIN, Mgr. - Rogers Lumber Company
	NORVELL and HAULSEE - Attorney's at Law
	Dr. Elmer E. OGLE - Dentist
	Wilsey PALMER of Sasakwa, Strayed or Stolen black horse....
	J.F. REMY's Groceries
	RODMAN's Drug Store
	Mrs. H.V. ROGERS - for sale - eggs
	SHEPARD Grocery
	Fred STUMPP, prop. of Central Meat Market
	L.L. STURGEON, manager - Seminole County Abstract Co.
	A.H. TAYLOR and J.E. PATTERSON - real estate sales
	THURSTON-SERAN Hardware Company
	WILMONT and ROBERTS - Lawyers
		
	The Wewoka Theatre - All shows begin at 7:30 pm Sharp
		Tonight only:  "The Forbidden City"
		Friday:  "The Broken Silence: and "An Easter Westerner"

Local and Personal:

G.M. ABLES renewed his Capital Democrat subscription....
Bart ALDRIDGE of Norman spent Easter with friends/relatives in Wewoka.
Jerry ALDRIDGE visited friends at Shawnee Saturday.
Fred ATKINSON of Shawnee was a visitor.....
Mrs. AYLOR returned from Little....visiting relatives in that community.
J.S. BARHAM was a business visitor to Konawa Friday.
W.A. BILLINGSLEY and W.A. INGLE attended basketball tournament.....
Mrs. Horace BRADLY spent last Thursday in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Nomia BRIDWELL and son visited the REID home....
Miss Ruth BROWN... attending O.C.W. at Chickasha....visited with relatives and friends in Wewoka
Mayor - W.C. BUNYARD proclaimed April 9, 10, 11th as Clean-Up Days.
W.C. BUNYARD was in Highes county....looking after business interests.
Jno. CAMPBELL, O.U. Student, spent weekend with his parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Don Campbell...
Steve CAMPBELL of Holdenville spent Sunday visiting friends in Wewoka.
Rev. J.R. CLARK and family left last Thursday for their new home in Martin, TENN...
	his old childhood home.
Miss Lula CLARK visited Shawnee friends Saturday and Sunday.
Walter and Lewis COFFMAN entertained company....
Will COFFMAN has returned from Arkansas having decided that Wewoka is the best place after all.
Will CROSS of Sasakwa in in city last week transacting business.
District Judge CRUMP
J.C. CHAMBERS spent Monday in Holdenville attending to business matters.
County Attorney James L. EMERICK, was operted upon or appendicitis in an Oklahoma hospital
	last Friday.  
Fred CUMMINGS was a business visitor to Shawnee Saturday. 
Miss Vivian CUMMINGS visited with friends at Shawnee Saturday.
John DICKSON of Oklahoma City.....was here....
Mrs. Florence EASLEY is at Wewoka to visit her mother, Mrs. C.W. Ellis
Miss Elnora ENGSELAGE of Holdenvile spent Sunday visiting friends in Wewoka.
Misses Dollie and Anna EVENS were Shawnee visitors...
Miss Jesse FRAZIER, who is teaching in western Oklahoma....home with folks and friends.
Messrs H.H. GRINER, Chas. MILLER, Gordon DAY and Orris HILL spent Saturday fishing....
Attorney E.L. HARRIS, who has been in Sulphur for a week....is expected home in a few days.
Rudolph HILL and Dr. OGLE were representative at a state meeting in Okmulgee....
Postmaster Roy HOFFMAN of Seminole was in city transacting business.
Major C.R. HOME of Hughes County, was in the city last week....
Mr. Thos. HORSELY...business visitor in Holdenville...
Mrs. Roy HUTCHINSON and children were in Holdenville....
W.A. JOHNSON transacted business at Oklahoma City last weekend.
Mrs. W.A. JOHNSON, recently perated upon in a St. Louis (OK) hospital..... has sufficiently
	recovered to be able to come to town.
Miss Helen KENNERLY...spent Easter Sunday at grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M.F. MAINARD....
Mainard KENNERLY was home from O.U. at Norman to spend Easter.
Rev. J.E. KIRK of Holdenville visited Wewoka....
Miss Ova KNIGHT, of Oklahoma City, was a Wewoka visitor last weekend.
Mrs. L.C. LAWSON of Holdenville...giving piano lessons...
Cora LOVELACE, of holdenville, visited her mother, Mrs. M.A. PAINE.
Miss Mildred MAINARD gave a theatre party......honoring Miss Helen KENNERLY.  Those attending:
	Misses Fredia DOUGLAS, Stella Marie TATE and Pauline DAY.
Dr. MARTIN was getting a much needed rest....
Miss McCARTY visited friends at Wetumka Sunday Afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy McGOWN spent Sunday with relatives at Holdenville.
Mrs. Della McDANIEL returned...from a visit to her sister at Atwood.
Mrs. Jess McMULLIN and Mrs. Ross ROBINSON were Shawnee visitors....
Mrs. Grady NELMS visited friends at Shawnee...
Vaughan NORVELL, of Oklahoma City, here visiting relatives...
J.A. PATTERSON transacted legal business at state capital....
D.M. PERKINS, manager of the O.E. GILL Dry Goods Store, is in Dallas this week....
Hugh RAMAGE was over from Holdenville....transacting business.
Home RICHARDSON was a business visitor from Shawnee hursday.
Bert PAYNE of Oklahoma City has accepted a position with the oil company, south of Wewoka.
Misses Guine PEACH and Neona RUDDELL visited Holdenville friends...
W.E. REED, proprieter of Reed Hotel, was an Oklahoma City visitor....
Miss Edna RIDER of Holdenville visited Wewoka Sunday afternoon.
Miss Jennie ROBINSON.....guest of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Toy ROBINSON.....
Misses Neona RUDDELL, Era Shiflett, Fredia DOUGLAS, Maxine LILLARD, Neona STURGEON, Smythe
	ROBINSON and Marion MARTIN attended a basketball tournament.....
Miss Leroy ROGERS, teacher at Jarvis, spent Easter with parents in Wewoka.
L.L. SAUNDERS of Shawnee transacted business in the city Saturday.
S.J. SARLLEY of Ada was in to see us....change of address...
Capt. Lee SERAN was a business visitor to Oklahoma City.....
A.B. SETTLE of Okmulgee, was looking ater his oil interests in Seminole County last Monday.
Mesdames H.J. SHANDS, J.E. SIMPSON and W.L. THURSTON were Holdenville visitors...
Garland SHEPHERD of Oklahoma City was a guest of relatives..... 
Miss Addie SHIFLET of Oklahoma City is the guest of her sister, Miss Era this week.
Hay ride given by Miss Addie SHIFLETT... those enjoying the occasion were:
	Misses Mary FERGUSON, Era SHIFLETT, Marion MARTIN, Marie CAMPBELL, Christian WINN,
	Helen KENNESLLY of Oklahoma City and the hostess Miss Rits.  Messrs Henry MOORE, 
	H.H. GRINER, Wendell SHIFLETT, Esburn BABE, George ROGERS, Chas. KEITH, Harold
	STEPH, Gilbert WINN.
Miss Sarah SMITH returned home from Okmulgee....she was accompanied by her sister, Miss 
	Mamie SMITH. 
Mesdames W.L. THURSTON, B.F. DAVIS and R.J. ROBERTS were hostesses to the W.M.U. when it met
	last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Thurston.....led by Mrs. SAMS.....
Mrs. Jim TUCKER was a social visitor to Holdenville....
Jim WEBB of Longmire and Draper Co., and Shawnee was in the City Saturday..
C.D. WEATHERSPOON of Holdenville transacted business in Wewoka Saturday.
Miss Sterline WRIGHT, of Chickasha spent....holidays with her mother, Mrs. Tom WRIGHT...

Konawa Items:

Mr. and Mrs. M.F. BATES hosted a social....guests were:
	Mr. and Mrs. F.R. MILLER, Mr. and Mrs. F.P. SWAN, Mr. and Mrs. S.W. BATES, Mr. and
	Mrs. Irvin TOWNSEND, Mr. and Mrs. Fred STEWART, Mr. and Mrs. N.E. CUNNINGHAM, Mr.
	and Mrs. Roy FORD, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. FORD, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. FORD, Mr. and Mrs.	
	O.F. WARD, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. ISOM, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch JONES, Mr. and Mrs. F.S. BLAIR,
	Mrs. L.A. MORRISON and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. JONES.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe BIRGE have returned to Konawa where they will again make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy FORD, Mrs. S.W. BATES, Mrs. F.P. SWAN and Mrs. Fred STEWARD motored to
	Shawnee to Oklahoma Baptist convention.....
Miss Mildred GORDON, of Ada, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon GORDON.
George GRAY, of Tonkawa, visited old acquaintances here last week.
Miss Kate HAMMONS, S.M.U. student in Dallas, TX, visiting her parents: Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
	HAMMONS....
Homer HARRIS and Hersel MARSHALL, of Asher, and Jim GREEN, of Wanette, were visitors...
Rev. F.W. HARVY left Monday for three week visit.....
Miss Georgis HOWELL, of Ada, visited per parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.O. HOWELL....
Fitzhugh HUDDLESTON spending a few days with parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.T. HUDDLESTON.
Mr. and Mrs. John JERRY, of Duncan, visited relatives here over weekend.
Carl JOHNSON, of Ada, was guest of Ed MILLER....
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. JONES went shopping in Shawnee.
Ed MILLER...visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. MILLER, before leaving for Colorado Springs,
	Colo. where he will make his home.
Miss Elnora MILLSAP had guests...Misses Vernon BATES and Lois HERD, of Ada.
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. SNIDER, of Dustin, and daughter Miss Bernice visited relatives....
Mrs. Lulu WALLACE is spending....with Mr. and Mrs. Max MARVEL of Shawnee.

Lone Dove Doings:

John BRAND, Manager of Farmers Store at Sasakwa, was visiting....
S.F. BRAND visited his sister, Mrs. WYATT, Friday.
Dick BROWN and family, of Friendship, visited Ben BENEFIELD Sunday.
Prof. N.S. COWART and assessor C.C. VANCE spent Sunday afternoon with N.R. POTTER.
Born, Monday April 2nd (1923) to Mr. and Mrs. Felix HARLAND, a boy.
Mr. Roy LOWRY and family of Denver Colo. are visiting relatives here.

N.R. POTTER has been seriously sick with pneumonia but is better.
J.D. TALLY and wife, of Wewoka visited their daughter, Mrs. R.R. POTTER last week.
Mr. J.C. WHEAT has visiting relatives from California....
Miss Georgia WYATT visited here Sunday.

Church Notices and News:

First Baptist Church: Pastor Via

First Christian Church:  Thos. H. Rella Minister
	Easter Program:
		Prayer:  Bro. RELLA
		Welcome Address: Ruth PARMENTER
		Easter Greetings: Rose EMERICK, Alice KNIGHT and Lorene CRISWELL
		Recitations:  Louise PARMENTER, Claud KNIGHT, Helen SHANDS, Ruth HILL
		Easter Play:  Edward FREDERICK, Gordon DENNY, Raymond CRISWELL, Herman VINSON	

Methodist Church
	Anniversary Day Program:
		Leader: Lulu CLARK
		Cornet Solo: Earle DAY
		The Trained Heart: Mr. CARVER
		The Trained Head: Mr. H.H. GRINER
		The Trained Hand: Sam VINEY
		Offertory Solo: Pauline DAY
		Prayer:  Rev. G.W. GRINER
	Easter Egg Hunt:
		Chaperoned by Mrs. Virginia SEBASTION
		Assistants:  Misses Alta Mae LASTER  and Iona DIXON
		Attended by: Anne YOUNGBLOOD, Glen JOHNSON, Alma and Elma BROCK, La Rue WOLF,
				Phil HARRIS, Chas. SEBASTIAN, Claud PEYTON Jr., Louise
				FULLERTON, Dan SETTLES, Wanette WOLF, Earl WHITNEY, Martha
				SLOAN and M.F. MAINARD, Jr.

Missionary Baptist Church
	Easter Egg Hunt: 
		chaperoned by Mrs. HAMILTON
		attended by: Margaret and Mary Earl RAINER, Perry HOWAR, Irene and Ruth 
			LINDLY, Louise HAMILTON, Leland RAINER, Merle HAMILTON and Junita
			LINDLY.	      	
	Girls Auxiliary:  met with Nancy KING at home of Mrs. J.A. PATTERSON...led by June 
		DOUGLASS..presided over by Waxine WALKER.


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 Updated: Tuesday, 15-Jan-2013 22:00:24 EST