The Daily Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 63, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1898 Page: 4 of 8
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THE STATE CAPITAL.
By The State Capital Printing Co.
TI1E OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL, JULY 7, 1808.—THURSDAY MORXTXO.
flMNK It. 6RUR. (ditor and Manager.
Kingfisher. Ok. Jur. :T TIk i. will \-
a xm-ting Of the It. ; . • >1 « :. i "«
niki < «.!' this i.rri wiy n.i l at th<- . i>« 1.1
hoUM' ut Kingfisher. :i Jul- 15th. at J
D'elock p. in f.«r the purp«< • of consider-
ing and deciding upon the time and pla«v
Df holding a Kt-publieau Territorial < • n-
vention and mi. n oiher hu.wn.an 111. >
Com*1 Infore this committe.
Every memtter thereof is urged «•' be
present in person. Member* are reqeust-
d to invite the press and all Republican*
Interested in the welfare of the puny to
eb present and lend eoui «el.
Very res p. «if • lly.
WM GRIMI Chairman.
H. F. ARDliHV. Secret a
volunteer army and possessing the other
ualifieatmnB mentioned In thr act nrr
legally enii*ted. Upon application to the
secretary of war and satisfactory proof
that any volunteer soldier is under the
ige « f 1*> will be discharged. Minors over
is years of ag- are not entitled to dis-
charge;: but meritorious cases well be con-
sl«l««nd. The applb atluns for dim harge
must be ma le through military channels
to the secretary of war."
I hereby present my name t<> the Repub-
licans of Logan County us a candidate for
County Clerk, before the Republican
County Convention ai d subject to it< •!•
clsion. N. J. C. JOHNSON.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for County Clerk of Logan County, sub-
ject to the choice of the Republican
R. P. MORTON
Havana first. Carama next, and the
naughty Spain h« rself.
Schley seecms to have heeen the strong
nan at the Santiago Bay light.
The Spanish Jack 1- a stubborn br.i'i
jut he can be broken and made to lead.
Foreign residents are wild to escape
from Santiago. It Is another case of rats
lesertlng a sinking ship.
The list of killed and wound, o at Sim'
igo speaks in eloquent and pathetic tones
jf the whereabouts of the Rough Riders
luring the fight?
Spain is a jn at stiekb r for pr.« • d -n'.s
She has not won a battle for 300 ;vi h
ind does not propose to violate established
usages in the present war.
The brave old Spanish admiral was
:reated with every courtesy nftcr his cap-
tire at Santiago. He may thank his lucky
iters that his captors were not Dons.
Ttie Missouri trait is strong In th® Doni
but there should be a limit. With the
fate of Montajo and Cervera staring him
>n the face will Carama still have to be
The Spanish cabinet has decided not t-
iue for peace while there is a single
3pnnlsh soldier In Cuba. This will delay
:he advent of the white winged messenger
for at least thirty days.
The pope of Rome Is reported to be
going to again Intercede with the 1 tilted
states for unhappy Spain. The desire for
pence that will prove most potent will
;ome direct from Spain.
An exchange excitedly askr
the matter with Sampson?"
Schley the Dons. It was ti
mander of the flying squadron that sent
them to Davey Jones" locker.
For Philistines substitute Spaniards.and
for the Jawbone of the mule's paternal
anccster substitute modern thirteen Inch
guns, and you have history repeating
herself with Sampson as the chief actor.
Bismarck wants the most absolute and
vigorous neutrality observed on the pari
of Germany In the Hlspnno-Ameiic^n
war. Emperor Bill would do well to heed
the advice of the greatest statesman Ger-
many ever produced.
With a Spanish admiral, a dozen or so
captains and something over "."On captive
Dons of less oflicial value. It would seem
as If the United States were in position
to treat for an equitable exchange for
Lieut. Hobson and his brave men.
The thrifty and commercial spirit of our
fellow citizens Is proven by their ability
to get free advertising out of the gravest
conditions that presents themselves. A
correspondent from Santiago booms
America's armor plate factories in the fal-
lowing novel manner: "The battle of San-
tiago de Cuba is considered to have prov-
ed the superiority of American armor
plating and artillery, and in the future
European nations will give larger or del*
to America's manufacturers.
While we are proving the superiority
of the United States on sea and land. In
the way of war. it might he well to stop
and figure the wealth behind this war.
We are apt to become boastful, without
being specific. Some cold tlgures must
come along and prove our base. This has
Just been done by the great statistician,
Mi* heal G. Mulhall. He shows that our
nation lias passed all others in wealth.
He give* the wealth of the tight leading
nations as follows:
United States *81,750.000.000
Great Brltlan TO.OTO.OOO.000
Italy 11 300.000.0H)
Mr. Mulhall liases his calculations upon
the most reliable records, and uses the
same basis for each country. He mentions
significantly that while the older coun-
tries have attained their growth, the
greater possibilities of the 1'nlted States
are so vast that they dumlound specula
The statistician denotes the remarkable
advancement of the United States by
pointing out Its wealth by decades since
1K50. In that year It was $7,136,000,000; in
IMO. 16.180.000,000; in 1870. $25,982,000,000: in
1880. I13.G12.000,000; in 18S8. $61,800,000,000. in
This table shows the wealth of the Un-
ited States has almost doubled since 1R80.
History records no other example of na-
tional development comparable to this.
I Territorial Exchange Gists. J
The Fourth of July issue of the Ponca
City Courier was printed In red, and blue.
A man. Mattiew Cull, nt Chandler, has
gone Insane. He came near drowning
about two weeks ago and never recovered
from the fright. He ha* been sent to Nor-
Enid Wave: When Charles Hunter went
to war the free siiverltes lost an efficient
and tireless political worker. The repub-
licans will lose an equally alert and ef-
fective campaigner when Judje Swltxer
goes to the front.
Blackwell was crowded to a standstill
by the celebrators of the Fourth. Those
present report a fine entertainment by the
Chlcaska city. They speak highly of
Blackwell as an entertainer.
RULING ON DISCHARGES.
Assistant Secretary of War Melklejohn
says the war departim nt has been urged
and implored t grant discharges t< hun-
dreds of the volunteers. Then requests
do not come from the enlisted men but
from fathers and mothers wives and
friends, all of whom are bringing every
possible element of influence to bear to
have their requests granted. Senators and
representative* have urged th* requests
upon the department and the war offic-
ials have expended a lot of tlm* and
patience in investigating thr* cases in
order that a clear under-tandlng im-v be
had by the public concerning tin matter
of discharges in the army. Assistant Sec-
retary Melklejohn has rendered a decision
which will be the guide of the department
n future In action on applications for
discharges from the service.
The decision is embodied in the follow,
ing. which will be published in general or-
ders to the army:
"Under the act to provide for tempor-
arily ncreaslng the military establish-
ment In states In time of war. approved
April 22. 1S1 8. the age limits for soldiers
of the national forces are fixed at 18 to
45 years. Persons not less than 1H nor1
more than 45 years of a^r. enlisting in the i
Perry Times: A barbecued stfer was the
attraction yesterday out at the grove
near Frank Tinker's place In the Osage.
There was a large crowd and a tine time
was enjoyed by those present.
Mtfor Jensen, the new agent of the
Poncas. Otoes and Missouri Indians, ar-
rived at the agency last night and will
take lmnuillate charge of the Indian
work of those reservations.
Ponca City Courier: A1 Chase was a
passenger on a train that killed a man
north of Newkirk this morning. In jump-
ing from the train after the accident,
he sprained his anjele and in consequence
is unable to walk
Noble County Sentinel: Sunday night
during the storm the residence of Henry
Rucker, in North Perry, was struck by
lightning and the brick chimney knocked
to pieces. The bolt passed down the
northwest corner of the house, shattering
It considerably. Miss Newman, who was
In the kitchen, received a severe shock,
cut soon recovered.
Carthage (Mo..) Herald: The rush to
Oklahoma wheat fields Is unabated. A
train of wagons enroute to the "Klon-
dike" passed through here last Sunday.
On the side of the foremost wagon was
painted the "Oregon", followed by the
"Olympla" and other names of United
States ships, while above the last one
waved the strs and stripes, and on the
side was the "Flagship Now York."
Among the number was a negro wagon
on which was the patriotic Inscriptions,
"Down With the Dons:" and "Cuba Li-
OKLAHOMA CROPS. Every Wife
GOV. LEElDY WANTS COMPANY OF
COLORED TROOPS FROM OK LA.
Governor Leedv, of Kansas, will accept
a company of colored troops from Okla-
homa if they want to volunteer. Theri
ha* been some complaint from the color-
ed people that they have not been offer-
ed a chance. Now here It is. The infor-
mation comes through H. iv. Plerson. The
< mpany is to be officered by its own men
This shows that the call for colored
troops by Governor Leedy has met with
a poor response We will see how It will
•be in OkLahom*.
Wheat in Stack--The Yield is Very
CORN AND COTTON PROMISING.
OatM i Top l.iglit - - Miuall Fruit* and
Vegetable** a Hig Yield--Kniit
\eeded In Nome \% e tcrii
Oklahoma City. Ok.. July 5th.—«Special)
—Weekly crop bulletin for the week end-
ing Monday. July 4th: The average tem-
perature during the week. 78.l degree*, Is
but 0.3 of a degree above normal. Clear
and dry weather pr vailed until Sunday.
July 3rd. when local rains over limited
areas occurred in every section. Rains
were very heavy in places only; the great-
er portion of the Territory received no
rain or only very light showers, doing but
The general weather conditions were
very favorable for concluding the oats
harvest, for stacking wheat, an I thresh-
ing from fields, and for the cotton crop
generally, and for corn where the rains
were heaviest on Sunday of last week,
and Sunday. July 3rd. Where little or no
rain hps fallen the ground Is getting very
dry and corn is beginning to need rain
badly. A general heavy rain is needed for
this crop, and would also be beneficial to
grass and all late crops. All crops have,
however, shown a good growth, and corn
which needs rain the worst, as yet looks
well and healthy, but requires rain to
make good ears.
A great deal of wheat Is still standing
in shock, birt the crop is being rapidly put
in stack, or threshed from the field.
Where wheat has been threshed, reports
state that the yield Is good; better than
was expected when cut. but not near so
good as was ex pec fed three weeks ago.
It Is now thought the general yield will h«
up to the average, and the quality as
Corn: Where rains were heaviest last
week, and where heavy local rains fell
Sunday, corn Is In first class condition.
Where no rains occurred, a few reports
state the crop to be at a standstill, and
somewhat Injured by drouth, (jf.-nerally
the crop Is fine. Early corn Is In the
roasting ear stage, and later planted in
silk and tassel. A general heavy rain this
week, it is thought, would almost assure
a large yield
Oats: This crop Is about all In shock.
None has as yet been reported threshed;
It is thought, however, the yield will be
light and much below the average.
Cotton: The weather has been very fa-
vorable for cotton, and It is from everv
section reported to have made good
growth. Early cotton has formed squares
and is blooming. Almost the entire crop
is, as yet, reported backward, due to
much replanting and unfavorable condi-
tions during the early part of the seasoi,
making It late in getting started.
Grass: Grass continues fine, and hay i«
being made, the quality is fine and the
crop is large.
Grapes, small fruits and vegetables gen-
erally in good condition: large quantities
of blackberries have been marketed; veg-
etables are abundant.
It is very dry In Beaver county, and
rain is badly needed for forage crops.
Throughout Woodward, Woods, Garfl '<1
and Grant counties. It has been generally
dry and rain Is -needed for corn: some
wheat has been threshed, showing a fa.r
yield: chinch bugs are injuring corn in
some fields: cotton Is doing finely Heavy
rains fell In Kay. Noble and Pawnee coun-
ties. and corn, grass, cotton and late crop.'
are in good condition: wheat is being
threshed, showing, generally, a good
yield. Some cotton showing bloom; chinch
hugs In corn; kaffir. sorghums and grass
are doing well.
Good rains have fallen in Pottawatomie,
Lincoln. Payne, and portions of Oklahoma
county. Cotfon. grass, corn and late veg-
etables generally in good growing condi-
tion: chinch bugs In corn doing some lit-
tle damage: wheat being stacked and
threshed. Little or no rain in Cleveland,
Canadian, and Kingfisher counties, and
tvirn is In some fields In these counties be-
ing hurt by drouth and bugs: cotton is
good: wheat is yielding fairly well: oats
is poor throughout all of the cent
feels an indescribable dread of the
danger attendant upon the most criti-
cal period of her life. Becoming a
mother should is- a source of joy, but
thesufferingand danger of the ordeal
tuaked its auticipatiou one al erf.
a thoroughly tested remedy, gently
prepares the sy-tem for this period,
lessens the pain, and removes all
danger. Its use insures a safe and hap-
py termination of the dreaded event.
91.00 PER BOTTLE at all Drug Stores,
or rout by mail on receipt of price.
RflnV*v Containing Invaluable Information of
enrr "L all women, will b« f nt to
in" a y address upon application, by
The UradOeld liegslatnr Co.. Atlasta, 6a.
It's Healthful But
It's awiully hard on velvety skins.
A beautiful skin is a maiden's
most valuable possession. With
it she can scorn glorious hair and
Grecian features, and itill be a
We keep all the helps to beau-
^ ty, powder—perfume—lotions for
' - - sunburn and freckles—everything
tag •* • a girl could possibly need tomake
/ ' \ \ Vjt \~- —■ her prettier—and just now--when
-■ /-wHlT TT3 these helps are nerded most, the
1 I $ \ \ \ I \ m rrirc
prices are the smallest.
that there was an abundance of rain <«n
June 27th. that ground Is in fine condition;
corn and cotton growing finely; corn 'n
silk and tassel, and cotton showing lots or
squares Hay making has begun: the
crop is large and excellent, both wheat
and <>a^ were light; all late crops are do-
ing finely. J. I. WIDMEYER.
Section Director, Oklahoma. Okla.
ONE HUNDRED RECRUITS OFF FOR
Santa Fe, N. M. July 6.—One hundred
recruits for Col. Wood's rough riders
have left here to Join the army at San-
tiago. They are routed over the Santa
Fe to Kanss City, thence they go via
Memphis and Rringham to Savannah. Ga
where they will fmbark on board trans-
ports. They are an exceptionally fine
body of men. more than one half beln^
well built six-footers and dai ng riders.
Are you lacking In strength and en-
ergy? Are you nervous, pespondent, ir-
rltable, bilious, constipated and general-
ly run down In health'.' If so. your liver
Is torpid, and a few doses of Herblne
will cure you. Herblne has no equal as
a health restorer- J. Wheeler & Son.
iBl'SY AT REPORTS.
Asb-isVciit United States Attorneys J. W.
Scothorn and 13. S. McGulre are very bu-
sily at work completing their annual re-
ports made by them to the United States
Attorney General, Secretary of the Treas-
ury, Commissioner General Land office
and Commissioner Internal Revenue.
Stay that barking by using Ballard's
Horehound Syrup. It arrests the cough,
allays irritation of the throat, and re-
lieves conjestlon of the lungs In a day
It is safe and pleasant to take and never
disappoints. &> and J'J cents.—J. Wheeler
District court met In adjourned session
yesterday but no matters were consider-
ed except the approval of the accounts
of the various United States commiss-
ioners of Oklahoma and of United States
Attorney S. L. Overstreet and assistants
United States Attorneys J. W. Scothorn
and B. S. McGulre. Court adiourned to
There is more Catarrh in this section of
tne country than all other diseases put to.
gether. and until the feat few jpn was
supposed to be incurable. For a great
many years doctors pronounced It a local
disease, and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cure with lo-
cal treatment, pronounced it Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a consti-
tutional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is the only constitution-
al cure on the market. It is taken inter-
nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea-
spoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case it
falls to cure. Semi for circulars and tes-
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the "bost
Oklahoma Workman: The new consti-
tutions are out and are neat specimens of
r« the printer s art. They were printed by
.* | the State Capital of Guthrie, being set
1 1 on the Linotype machines. The job cost
Eagle Drug Store.
EDWARD NICHOl.ft, Proprietor
Harrison Ate., Telephone 21.
PABST ICE PLANT.
PURE CRYSTAL ICE AND DISTILLED WATER.
Our prices for this season will be as follows:
Ice in quantities of 500 lbs. and over, po per hundred $ .36
Ice in Quantities of 20u lbs. and less than 500 lbs., per hundred 40
Ice in quantities of 100 lbs. and less than 200 lbs., per hundred 50
50 lbs. of Ice 25
io lbs. of Ice
12H IbB. of Ice '
6 lbs. of Ice q-
1.000 lbs. Ice books, containing 40 tickets o f 25 lbs. each 5.1)0
250 lbs. Ice books, containing 40 tickets of 6^ lbs. each .] 1.50
Distilled water, per gallon a.
(First published in the Weekly Stale Cap-
ital. May 2S. 18*8.)
Notice Is hereby piv- n. That In purs-j-
ance of an order of the Probate Court ol
\ the county of Logan and Territory ol
Oklahoma, made on the 19th day of May
! 1898, in the matter of the estate of God-
frey Landis. a minor, the undersigned,
is the guardian of the estate of said min-
' or. will sell at private sale to the highest
bidder subject to confirmation by sale
1 Probate Court, 011 Saturday, the 11th daj
I of June, 18it8, at 10 o'clock, a. m at thi
probate court room in the city of Guthrii
! in aaid county of Logan all the right
1 title. Interest and estate of the said God-
i frey Landis. minor, in and to all thai
I certain tract of land, sStuar* in the coun*
i ty of Logan. Territory of Oklahoma,
| bounded and described as follows, and
upon the following terms and conditions,
to-wit: The west half ('£) of the south-
west quarter (>,*) of section one (1) In
township seventeen (IT) north of range
two (2) west, for cash in hand, or one-
half cash and balance, on one, two and
three years time at the option of said
Dalcd the 19th day of May, 1S9S.
C. H. LANDIS, (iuardian.
Lamb & Hogueland, Attorneys
PAUL JUNDT, Manager.
counties: blackberries are ripe and t:i-•
crop is good : grapes doing finely.
A hot, dry week, followed by cooler,
with local rains Sunday night and Mon-
day; very favorable in Chickasaw nation,
for both com and cotton: corn In roasting
ears, and cotton blooming: threshing has
fairly begun: >ield of both wheat and
oats below expectations. Bain is needel
in Greer county for corn whltfi Is being
hurt by drouth: cotton generally in good
■Harvesting is about complied: when
is reported better here than in any other
section, having ben but slightly hurt hv
rust: the yield promises well, the grains
being large and plump. All crops are .n
very fine con dirt 4 on and growing nicely,
but a g-eneral rain would now be benefi-
cial. millet is being cut; castor beans,
kaffir corn, millet, cane and coMon look
only $1.7) for 3.000 < "pip
LIST ROUGH RIDERS
New York Hardware Store.
Complete Line of
Hardware, Gas Stoves, Refrigerators, Mam-
mocks, Ice Cream Freezers, Hater Coolers.
216 West Oklahoma Ave. - Phone 22
First published In the Dally State Cap-
ital June 14. im.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Guthrie, Okla., June 13.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing-named settler has> filed notice of
his Intention to make final proof In sup-
port of his claim, and :hat said proof
will be made before Register and Rec-
eiver, IT. S. Land office at Guthrie, O. T.
on July 18, 1S98, vlx: Alva W. Sheeley of
Langston, O. T. for the Lots 1. 2 and east
half, north west quarter sec. 30 township
17 north range 1 east.
He names the following witnesses to
(First published in the Weekly State Cap-
ital, April SO, 1698.)
In the Dlstrlc't Court of Logan County-
B. A. Thompson, plaintiff,
Julia A. C. Thompson, defendant.
The above named defendant, Julia A.
C. Thompson, will take notlc that she
has been sued in the district court of
Logan county. Oklahoma Territory, by
the above named plaintiff, ii. A. Thomp-
son, and that she must answer the peti-
tion of said B. A. Thompson, plaintiff, on
or before the 10th day of June, 1898, or
the same will be taken as true and Judg-
ment will be rendered against her for-
ever divorcing the said B. A. Thompson,
prove his continuous residence upon and | plaintiff, from the said Julia A. C Thomp-
son, defendant, and awarding to tne care
cultivation of said lands, viz: Harvey C.
Welch, of Guthrie, Joseph Webber. John
Inman and Lewis Sheeley of Langston,
JOHN J. BOLES. Register.
(First published In the Daily State Cap.
ital May 28. 1SW>.)
Land office at Guthrie, O. T. May 27.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed his Intention
to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be mad<s
lefore the register and receiver of the
United States land office at Guthrie, O.
T.. on June 30. 1898, viz:
William M. Hummer, for the northeast
quarter of section 18 township 1C north,
range 1 east. I. M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultlavtion of said land, viz:
Mrritt Walker, of Meridian, O. T.. Jno
Dutton, Frank Taylor, Louis Wilker, of
Guthrie, O. T.
JOHN J. BOLES. Register.
(First published In the Weekly State Cap-
ital, May 14. 1898.)
In the District Court of the First Judic-
ial District of the Territory of Oklaho-
ma, in and for the County of Logan.
Anna Coates, plaintiff,
William Coates, defendant.
The defendant in the above entitled ac-
tion, William Coates, will take notice that
he has been sued in the above named dis-
trict court of the First Judicial district
of the Territory of Oklahoma in anu for
Killed and Wounded at Santiago In Ix>gan county, by the above-named pialn-
J tiff. Anna Coates. and that in plaintiff's
LflSt Fight. petition In said action plaintiff prays an
| absolute divorce from said defendant.
I Said defendant Is hereby notified that
The B*yi Were In The Thickest of - he must appear and answer said peti-
and custody of said B. A. Thompson,
plaintiff, the minor children of said p.ain-
tiff and defendant, viz, Asa R., George
W.. Edna M , Elijah and Maud, and for
such other relief as to the court may
Witness my hand and seal of said court
at Guthrie, said county and territory, this
26th day of April, 1898.
M. C. HART.
Clerk District Court.
(Seal) ALFRED T. D-WITT.
JOSEPH WISBY, deputy.
Attorney for Plaintiff
To whom It may concern:
Notice Is hereb) given that John Se|.
strom has this day filed hi- petition to sci:
at ret.til spirituous, vinous and malt liq-
ors In OutnrU Logan county. Oklahoma
and that unless objection be filed on or be
fore the first day of July, A. D., 1S&8,
petition will be granted.
Guthrie. Okl;t Juneir.. ls;'S.
R. EMMETT STEWART.
First Published in Dally State Capital
June 3, 1898.
Notice is hereby given that at a session
of the board of county commissioners of
Logan county. Oklahoma Territory, held
on the 23d day of May, A. D.. 1898, a pe-
tition signed by Samuel Watts and others
of Woodland township asking for a view
and a survey for the purpose of locating
a certain county road, described as fol-
lows: Commencing at the center of sec-
tion 16, township 17, north of range, 3 w,
thence soth on one half section line
across south one half of section 16 and al-
so across section 21 on the Is line of >4
section corner south line of said section
21, township and range afore said, was
presented and that in view of a default
in view and survey on the 3d day of May
1898, a resurvey was ordered and the fol-
lowing were appointed, viz: 11. E. Strick-
| land. R. L. Glasgow and George L. Kuhn,
I viewers, and li. L. White, county survey-
tr, will meet at the place of beginning of
road on the 23d day of June, A. D., 1898,
at 2 o'clock p. m.. of said day and proc-
ceed to view and survey said road and
: give all parties a hearing.
Done by order of the board of county
commissioners of Logan county, Okla-
R. EMMETT STEWART.
County Clerk and Clerk of said Board
^.OTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of Danlol
W. Howell late of the township of Guth-
rie, county of Logan, territory of Okla-
All persons having claims against said
Daniel W. Howell deceased, are required
to exhibit the same, with the necessary
vouChrs to the undrslgnd, duly appointed
and qualified executor of said deceased,
at my office in Gray building, cltj of
Guthrie, in the county of Logan and te~-
rltury of Oklahoma, and that six months
after the first publication of this notice
ha- been limited by order of the probate
court of said Logan county, as the time
for creditors of said deceased, to exhibit
and present their claims against said es-
Dated the 23rd day of May, 1898.
FRANK W. HEWITT,
(First published in the Dally State Capi-
tal May 24. 1S98.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
Intention make final proof In support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the register and receiver at
Guthrie, Oklahoma, on June 24, 1898, viz:
George H. Windsor, of Guthrie, O. T.,
for lots 3, 4 and south half of northwest
quarter of section 2, township 16. north,
range 1. east, I. M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Benjamin Ricket, William Mirtledove,
George Black and Daniel Battle, all of
Guthrie. O. T.
JOHN J. BOLES. Register.
(First published I;* the Weekly State Cap.
ital. April 30, 1S98.)
Territory of Oklahoma, Logan County, sj.
Francis B. Daniels, executor of the
estate of John Daniel.-;
John Haas and Ruth A. Haas.
Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue
of an order of sale to me directed and
delivered and now in my hands, issued
out of the clerk's office of the First ju-
; dlclal district court, Territory of Oklaho-
ma. in and for the county of Logan, upon
u Judgment and decree of foreclosure ren-
dered In said court in iavor of Francis
j B. Daniels, executor of the estate of John
Daniels, deceased, and against John Haas
and Ruth A. Haas, on the 26th day of
March, A. D.. 189S; said order of sale
being dated on the 22d day of April. A.
D.. 1898, 1 have levied upon the following
described real estate of said defendants.
The lint tie. An TI any O r
Them Hear the Evi-
The completed list, to date, of the kil-
led and wounded of the. rough riders is
J as follows:
| Privates Ashler. Green. Spalman.
I Private M< MiUin, Holmes, Miller,
I Johnson, Greeners, Ashers, McSpan and
tlon on or before the 24th day of June,
1898, or the petition will be taken as true
and judgment granting the prayer o' said
.letltion and dissolving the bonds of mat.
rimony between said plaintiff and defend-
ant will be rendered according.y.
(Seal) M. C. HART.
Clerk of District Court of Lo-
ALFRED T. D WITT, Deputy.
Every report from this section stat« Miller.
SUMMER LAW LECTURES
I \IV .K-i|TY OF VIKI.1NIA.
SmnruT .1 . j I lo rv-pt 1. l-« llutr pr-.Ttd
especially protttab>>- t-. lx-munrr* to candidates
for admiMi >a to the bar i > j tine prsctiUoners
1a> kinff systema'tr innne'ion. *ndt<. < id«tr prar
ti*" -nm - r n* I > . .ml> n«- r- r *a- • n * .ti. a
retifw >f lern nt ary nrin • iple*. For catal" :'i.- rl-
dr s R. C MINOR, becreiarj, CUarli ttrstihe. \ a.
First Published in Daily State Capital,
June 3. 1898.
Notice Is hereby given thatat a session
of the board of county commissioners of
Logan county, Oklahoma Territory, held
on the 23d day of May. A. D.. 1898, a pe-
-tltlon signed by Samuel Watts and other
of Wodland townshipasKing for a
view and survey for the pur-
pose of locating a certain county
road, described as follows: Commencing
at the U sec corner in thewest lineof sec
16. twp 17, n r 3 w. thence east across said
section on the sec line to the1** sec cor-
ner In east line of said section, was pre-
. sented and in view of a default in view
and survey on the 3 day of May, 1898. a re-
survey was ordered an d'.he following
i were appointed, viz: H. E. Strickland. R.
j L. Glasgow and George L. Kuhn viewers,
and H. L. White, county surveyer, will
met at the place of beginning of said road
on the 23d day of June. A. D . 1?9S, at 10
o'clock, a. m.. of said day, and proced to
view and survey said road and givo all
parties a hearing.
Done by order of the board of commii-
1 sloners of Logan county. Oklahoma Ter-
1 rltory. R. EMMETT STEWART,
County Clerk and Clerk of said Board.
The southeast quarter (s. e. 4). of sec-
tion thirty-two (33;, in township sixteen
(lfi). north of range one (1). west of the
Indian Meridian, in Logan county, Okla-
i homa territory, by virtue of said order
of tale. And that 1 shall, on Tuesday.
| the 31st day of May, A. D., . :«8. at the
| hour of 2 o'clock p. m.. of said day. at
the east door or entrance to the building
now used as the court house for the said
district court, on Division street In the
City of Guthrie, In said county and terri-
I tory. proceed to sell the rig-ht. title and
interest of the above named defendants,
! John Haas and Ruth A. Haas, In and to
the above described property, to satisfy
I said judgment and costs, amounting to
two hundred and seventy-nine and nine-
ty one-hundredths ($27i .9u> dollars, seven
and sixty one-hundredtns dollars costs
and three and fifty one-hundredths dol-
lars accreud costs, together with ah ac-
cruing costs of sale, and interest on the
same from the 2 5:h day of March. A. ,
1S98. at the rate of 12 per cent per annum,
at public auction, to the highest bidder
for cash. Appraisement three hundred
| and seventy-five (*175.00) dollars.
FRANK M. RINEHART.
8h< riff of Logan Couotv
1 GEO. p. GREEN.
j Dated at Guthrie. O T., this 25th day
of April, A. D., 1898.
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