The Wagoner Tribuner from Wagoner, Oklahoma on April 15, 1941 · 3
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t ) TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1941 WAGONER, WAGONER , jCOUNTY, OLHOMA, TRIBUNE: PAGE THREE i V The Wagoner Tribune and THE PORTER NEWS Published every Tuesday by the WAGONER PUBLISHING CO. and entered in the postoffice at Wagoner, Okla., as second-class mail matter. PHIL HARRIS, Editor ADVERTISING RATES: Display, 30c per inch; Reading Notices, 10c per line each insertion; Want Ads lc a word. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Oklahoma, $1 a year; outside Oklahoma $1.50 a year. It wasnt the usual Easter rjn which played havoc"1: with Easter' frocks in Wagoner this year, but an old-fashioned duster which forced more attention to keeping clothes oh than showing them off. The rain came a day late but was truly appreciated by everyone. ' ' Wagoner looks nicer today than at anytime I can remember? is a comment frequently heard these days. . And it does look nice, with new homes, new business houses, .new home improvements. frit is a good sign when people feel proud of where they live, want to beautify their homes and improve their communities. And , in the final analysis it is merely a matter of good tradition and wise education. 1 ' Make yourself and others proud of Wagoner by doing your part to make it a city of which you, yourself, can be truly proud. It was suggested, by Mrs. J. H. Plunkett this week that the one thing most needed to complete the Wagoner County Courthouse is an American flag atop the building. A splendid suggestion and one well meriting consideration by the board of county commissioners. fr fr Never was it more necessary that the American flag be displayed than today, the stars and stripes proudly flung to the four winds of heaven, constantly reminding our people of the many liberties we enjoy, liberties which today are forcibly denied to others throughout the world. fr fr For tliat Hag njust constantly remind us. of the freedoms we now enjoy which men since the dawn of time have , aspired to achieve freedom . of thought, of opinion, - of speech, the freedom to Worship after our own choice freedoms slowly won for all -of us down through the ages by the valor and sacrifices of a few. - For only in the constant reminder of these freedoms are we taught to fully appreciate them and be resolved to defend them at all cost in order that, ..they may be preserved and enjoyed by ourselves, our children and our childrens children. , For it is more than a flag, it is the symbol of a nation built upon the rock of justice and human liberties, a nation which must endure if men are to live both free and equal. fr Risking the accusation of -harping on a subject, but while thinking about the courthouse and the proposed flag for it, we still insist that the building should be floodlighted at night. Mrs. R. M. Grimes remarked this week that If the "county commissioners ever saw the floodlighted . courthouse at Fort Smith, Ark., there would be no need to talk about it further it would be floodlighted. ' Ben Cobb in tearing down an old house recently found within the walls a fragment of a copy of the Wagoner Sayings published in November, 1896; Only a part of the editorial page could be read, the remainder of the paper being so. covered with grime , and weather-worn as, to. be indiscernible. B. Lindsey was listed as publisher of the newspaper.' fr fr The lead editorial for that week reported the purchase of The Fraternal Record, made the official organ of the I.O.OF. for the Indian Territory at the last session of the Grand Lodge, by C. W. Hatfield, of Wagoner, from J. Frank Ross, of Hartshome. " fr Mr. Hatfield has had some experience In journalism and is well informed on the principles of Odd Fellowship as the fraternity throughout the territory is aware, the editor commented. He will publish a paper that will be worthy of appreciation and hearty support by the order. 1 V f Spread across the bottom of the editorial page under a four-column headline, "Address to Rejected Claim ants, was an announcement by W. J. Watts, of Wagoner, that our asso elation now embraces the Five Civi lized Nations and the Catawabas and iSnow known as The Citizenship Association of the Indian Territbry. . fr In announcing the formation of the new association, Watts, as president, set out that thousands of claimants (to citizenship in the Cherokee Nation) have been rejected (by the Dawes Commission) without examination or investigation of a single claim. , . fr The new association, it was set out, is a strong organization and may prove irresistable. We now have our attorney Col. W. B.' Watts, paid by the association, who will fight your case, through every court In the Territory and through the court of last resort. Besides we have Gen. Garland at Washington', whose legal mind is an acknowledged power at the capital. Each case sustained by good proof was to be appealed, it was announced. Contend inch by inch for what we deem just and legal, and we believe the day is not far distant when every claimant who has a just claim will be by the proper authorities restored to all the rights, privileges and immunities of citizenship of the Indian Territory. - L- The statement and address of President Watts was attested by E. B. Cody as secretary. fr fr - t Another side of the controversy appeared in an adjoining column of the newspaper in a letter to the editor headlined The' Watts Gang. The name of the writer and most of the article is lost, the paper being, badly tom at this place. From what can be read, however, it can be seen that not everyone, in the Territory agreed with the contention for citizenship in-the Cher-, okee Nation by members of the .Citizenship Association of the Indian Territory. . 'fr Judge Chas. G. Watts, when told of the finding of the old newspaper by Cobb, reported that he has. a scrap book containing much of the history of this lost fight, for citizenship, a record which should prove of great worth to some Indian Territory historian. ' ' r 1' On the theory that a man' biting a dog is news, the best news source in Wagoner these days is reported to be at the Wagoner Round-TJp Club grounds where the bull is having unusual success in throwing the cowboy. Wife Preservers To keep brown sugar from hardening, keep it .in a glass jar with an air-tight lid. It may also be stored in the bread box or the refrigerator, with good results. Household Hint A few minutes a day spent in washing window sills, window frames, baseboards and other dust-catching wooden surfaces with soap and water are worth hours of work crowded into a single day.'" Keeping things clean rather than making them clean is one of the secrets of an orderly, well-run home. Household Hint To remove rust from steel, take one-half ounce of emery powder mixed with one ounce of soap and rub well. ' ' Usually when men hunt it is with the fond hope of finding game, but eight men of the United States Public Health Service are in Oklahoma for what they hope will be an unsuccessful hunting expedition. They are looking for. rodents, such as ground squirrels, rats, gophers and similar animals which may be carrying the organism , causing bubonic plague. ' J' With only eight cases of human plague reported in the United States from 1930 to 1939,' the-disease in human beings in this country may be thought to have become merely a matter of academic interest; but when the situation is viewed in the light of the expanding areas in which plague-infected wild rodents and insect parasites have been found In recent years, the disease assumes Significant public health importance and become a problem fraught with po-tental danger, Dr. G. F. Mathews, commissioner of, the Oklahoma State Health Department, Which is cooperating in the project, explained. ! -Within. 10 years after the plague first appeared in San Francisco the Todays Fashion Becoming jacket with long lines By VERa WINSTON Mustard,' one of the favorite spring colors, goes well with both blue and black. ; Mustard . yellow pepper and salt tweed is used for this good looking jacket made on long lines. The pockets are outlined with stitching. Slot seaming in sections from shoulder to pockets to 'waist and from there to the hipljne.lt is worn here with a dress of . navy serge, with impressed pleats and low-placed hipline. ; ' . - Squibs ; ' ' -c. .:o- - . Some .women have, a .good reason for not .smiling- It might -crack, the veneer on their faces.--Soper Democrat.-. - . ..?. . America has won her independence from England, but England has not won her independence from America. Lawton News-Review. Wouldn't it be nice if private individuals could make an appropriation when they wanted to buy something? MaysviUe News. - " ' " , If you dont think this country is nearing war, Check -back and see how long its been since FDR intoned, I HATE Warrr! Shawnee News-Star. If a mans vocal cords were as Sensitive as his nose, he wouldnt be blowing ' all the ' time. Picher Tri-State Tribune. ' About the worst catastrophe that can happen to a young lady , is to have her father sop his gravy when she has the boy friend to dinner. Nash News. ' ' " The -big boys who have .been thumbing their noses at Hitler, now act like theyre afraid the ocean will dry up. MaysviUe News. OyerheardrToq bad his champagne wife has to livte on a coke budget.-Mangum Star. -, Those who bum the candle at both ends, usually wind up in the dark. Henryetta Free-Lance. Nothing signifies spring like tousled kid with a new fielders mitt fastened to. his belt. Stillwater Press. A man who watches the clock too much is apt to remain one of the hands. Sayre Headlight-Journal. Some heads are like fountain pens; when theyre nearly empty they spill whatlittle they have in stock. Sayre Headlight-Journal. " - infection was proved to exist in the ground squirrels in nine California counties, extending 400 miles from San Fmacisco, records show. Up to January 1, 1940, the infection had been found in wild rodents or their parasites in states as far North as Washington and Montana and as far east ahd south as New Mexico. The public health service workers want to find if the Infection has spread into Oklahoma. They will make detailed field studies, particularly in the western part of the state, he explained. , The eight men, well armed ' with scientific equipment and their hunt, mg permits, are: John fS. Adams, Almond D. Davison, Frank J. Goulder-man, Llewellen Hughes, Price A. Burris, Reino Raikko, William Lew-ellen and Theandoe' Hendricks. All are from San Francisco. , . . Bubonic plague is imknown in Oklahoma, -but infected rodents can carry the disease anywhere, and it is sound public health to find if the danger exists, so as to be better prepared to meet it, Doctor Mathews said...,' . Ai.iT - k f v'-mne:,' ' y -- Usmg Witnessing Power Xl V 'f ' i 1-" HIGHLIGHTS 0THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON vi : By NEWMAN CAMPBELL L The International Uniform Lesson on the above topic for April 20' is " Acts "2 n-4 :3T, the Golden Text being Acts 4:31, "They were all filled with the' Holy Spirit and they spake the tword Jof God with boldness." - ' ; - And when theday of - Pentecost was fully come, they (the apostles) were all with one accord in one place. The day of Pentecost came as far as we can judge, on Sunday1, May 28, A. D. 30. It was the feast of the harvest; it was celebrated by the Jews in commemoration of their possession of -the land of promise. 'Die apostles were gathered together in their house in Jerusalem, probably in that upper room. Suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting. - And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them. They were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and, strange to say, they began to. speak in other languages. The city was filled with Jews from different parts ofPalestine there to celebrate the Pentecost, and to their amazement, these men from Galilee, ignorant men, most of them, spoke to these strangers in their own tongues, Behold, are not all these which speak Galileans? asked some. Others scornfully replied, These men are full of new. wine. Peter Explains Seeing the general amazement, Peter, the spokesman, stood up in their midst and explained that they were not drunk, as it was only the third hour of the day around 9 oclock. Quoting the prophet Joel, he quoted, And it shall come to pass in the last days, salth. God, I will pour out Wife Preservers Ifmon-washable window shades are soiled,- lay them on a flat surface, brush well with a soft cloth, and rub lightly with wallpaper cleaner. Be sure to clean both sides of the shades Brush again with the soft cloth. Household Hints If you make your own curtains, hem both selvages edges, not just the one that will hang down the center of the window. You will find it easier to iron the curtains so that they hang straight if you take this tip. This is particularly true if you do not have curtain stretchers. Household Hints When buying new towels, look carefully over the hems. Well wearing towels should have hems that are tinned- back neatly, stitched firmly with fine stitches. The comers of the hems should be backstitched. Household Hints' To remove adhesive tape marks from fabrics, apply kerosene or carbon tetrachloride to the stain, then wash in warm water. Household Hints If you havent an egg separator in your kitchen, use a small funnel to separate the eggs. (Published in The. Wagoner Tribune April 8, 15, 1941.) IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR WAGONER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA In the Matter of the Estate of Marinda Catherine Conley, Deceased. No. 2603 NOTICE OF HEARING ADMINIS TRATORS FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP, DISTRIBUTION OF ESTATE AND DISCHARGE OF ADMINISTRATOR To the heirs and all persons inter ested in the estate of Marinda Catherine Conley, deceased: : You are hereby notified that B. B. Conley as the administrator of the estate of Marinda Catherine Conley, deceased, has filed in the County Court of Wagoner County, Oklahoma, his final report ahd petition for the determination of heirship, distribution of the estate and discharge of administrator and that the same will be heard in the office of the County Judge in the City of Wagoner, Oklahoma, ob - May 10, 1941,. at 10:00 A. M. at which time and place you may appear and show cause if any there be why said report should, not bp approved and the estate distributed and the administrator discharged and also show what, if any, Interest you claim in said estate by inheritance or otherwise. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I here unto set my hand and seal of office this 7th day of April, 1941. j . JOE H. FORD, County Judge, (Seal) of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall seevisions, and your old men shall dream dreams. He told them that Jesus of Nazareth, who was approved of God and who worked miracles among, them, had been slain by them, but that He had risen again, which he, Peter, and his friends had personaUr witnessed. Therefore, let all the house of Israel know assuredly, that God hath made that same Jesus, whom ye have crucified, both Lord and Christ. Peters sermon converted many, who were -baptized, and continued steadfastly in the apostles doctrine and fellowship. . Peter and John went to the temple one day to. pray. -Now a certain- man Who had been lame since his birth was daily laid at the gate called Beautiful of the temple to ask for charity. He accosted the apostles, and Peter looked at him, then said, Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have give I thee; In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk." Peter took hold of the mans hand, lifted him up, and the man walked, his feet and ankle . bones receiving strength. He leapt up, walked, entered into the temple, praising God. And all the people who saw him also praised God. Peter Again Preaches Peter took this occasion to again preach to the people, but when the priests, captains of the temple and Sadduccees heard about this matter they arrested Peter and John and, as it was evening, put them in prison for the night. In the morning they heard what they had to say. You remember how timid Peter had been heretofore, and fearful of being arrested. Thrice had he denied his Master. But now, knowing that his Lord had risen, and filled with the Holy Ghost, he bravely defied these leaders. He told them that it was through the Lord Jesus, whom they had crucified, that he was able to perform this miracle. The leaders were puzzled as to what to do with these men. The miracle was indisputable, and the people were filled with wonder and praise, and they hardly dared punish the men. They sent Peter and John outside while they conferred, and then called them back and told hem they could go, but they were not to preach the gospel of Jesus any more. But Peter and John answered and said unto them, whether it be right in the sight of God to hearken unto you more than unto God, judge ye. For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard. Nevertheless, the priests, captains and Sadduccees again warned them and let them go, and they went to their own company and reported all that had happened to them. And the whole company rejoiced and praised God and prayed. And when they had prayed, the place was shaken where they were assembled together; and they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and they spake the word of God with boldness. (Published in The Wagoner Tribune April 8, 15, 22, 1941.) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WAGONER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA C. W. Wolcott, . Plaintiff, vs, Mrs. Fanny Opry, et al., Defendants. No. 10,033 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, TO : The-defendants, Mrs. Fanny Opry, Mrs. A. D. Mason nee Opry and the heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees and assigns, immediate and remote, both known and unknown, of Luther Opry, deceased. You and each of you are hereby notified that C. W. Wolcott has filed in the District Court of Wagoner County, Oklahoma, his petition wherein it is alleged that he is the owner of and in the quiet and peaceable possession of the following described real estate,' to wit: . Lot 21 in Block 43 in the Town of New Coweta, Wagoner County, Oklahoma. ' -And in which petition he is seeking to have the Court judicially determine the names and individual identity of the sole surviving heirs at law of Luther Opry, deceased, and judgment rendered forever settling and quieting the title to said property in the plaintiff, C. W. Wolcott, and thereafter forever enjoining and debarring each of you from setting up or claiming any right, title, interest or estate in the above described property. You are further notified that you must answer said petiton on or before the 20th day of May, 1941, or said petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered forever settling and quieting plaintiffs title to the property above described; determining the names and identity of the surviving heirs at law of Luther Opry, deceased, and thereafter enjoining and debarring each of you from setting up or claiming any right, title, interest of estate in said property. You will govern yourselves accordingly. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and seal of office this 4th day of April, 1941. PAT WILLIAMS, I . Court Clerk. I (Seal)- Add a little baking powder to the flour in which you roll oysters for frying. It makes them puff up and taste delicious. Household Hints If you . are on a reducing diet, lemon juice with salt makes a nice dressing for sliced tomatoes, cucumbers and other vegetables, and combinations." - Adding Machine Paper; 10c a roll. Wagoner Publishing Co, (Published in The Wagoner Tribune April 8, 15, 1941.) IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR WAGONER COUNTY, , , OKLAHOMA , In the Matter of the Estate of Ross Roberts, Deceased. No. 2629 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION TO PROBATE WILL To the heirs and all persons interested in the estate of Ross Roberts, deceased: k You and each of you are hereby notified that Mrs. Ross Roberts has filed in the County Court of Wagoner County, Oklahoma, her petition seeking to have admitted to probate an instrument in writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Ross Roberts, deceased, and in which petition she is asking that she be appointed as executrix of the estate of said decedent. You are further notified that said petition will be heard at the office of the County Judge in the City of Wagoner, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, on the 19th day of April, 1941, at 10:00 A. M. and at which time and pla'ce you may appear and show cause if any there be why said instrument should not be admitted to probate as and for the last will and testament of Ross Roberts, deceased, and Mrs. Roberts appointed as executrix of the estate of said decedent. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and seal of office this 3rd day of April, 1941. JOE H. FORD, ' County Judge. (Seall . s (Published in The Wagoner Tribune April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 1941.) NOTICE OF SALE UNDER EXECUTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in pursuance of a writ of execution issued out of the office of the court clerk in and for Wagoner County, Oklahoma, on the 24th day of March, 1941, in an action wherein The Aetna Building & Loan Association was plaintiff, and A. P. Thomas and Elizabeth M, Thomas, his wife, were defendants, commanding , him to levy upon the property belonging .to said defendants, sufficient to satisfy a judgment rendered in said action, together with attorney fee, interest and costs, in favor of plaintiff, and against said defendants; with interest accrued and accruing; I have levied upon said land and tenements belonging to said defendants, to-wit: Lots 4, 5, and 6, Block 119, together with 1 three room frame dwelling house, situated thereon, in the City of Wagoner, Wagoner County, Oklahoma; and have duly caused said land to be appraised according to law; NOW, THEREFORE; notice is hereby given in pursuance of the commands of said writ, I will offer for sale and sell for cash to the highest bidder, said lands and tenements, or so much thereof as will satisfy said judgment, attorney fees, and costs, on the 5th day of Mat, 1941, at 10:00 oclock A. M. of said day, at the front door of the County Court house in the City of Wagoner, in said County, and State; said land and tenements having been appraised at $100.00, must bring at least two-thirds of such value. j Witness my hand this the 29th day of March, 1941. CHESTER A. HALL, '' Sheriff. By C. H. NOSS, Under Sheriff. vJiiiMHiiii.'M- D-X Upper Cylinder Lubricant Gasoline and D-X 760 Motor Oil, the best combination for service for your car. Also Power Gasoline and Faultless Oil Another Good Product. Your D-X Dealer Harry Snyder Service Station BLAKE, the jeweler Expert Watch Repairing Citizens Dust Bldg. First Door East American Express . - J. H. PLUNKETT, M. D. Phyiclaa Lower Floor Hospital Phones Office 446 . Residence 254

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