Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1905 Page: 7 of 8
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OKLAHOMA STATE REGISTER
Americans Treated Like
In Europe the word "United
States" is rarely used, says J. P.
Morgan. We are "Americans".
The people of Canada are Cana-
dians and the people of United
States have the sole use of the
title of Americans. They consid-
er us the whole thing and we al-
ways admit it without argument.
There is a general impression in
the Old World that all Ameri-
cans are rich. There is a gener-
al impression that sometime we
will fight the rest of the world,
and I think there is an impression
that we will lick. So far as I can
see, Americans are treated about
as well as dukes and the ways of
traveling are greased for them by
everybody along the line. (Grease
to be paid for, of course.) In
two months' travel on the Conti-
nent, usually not knowing the
language, we have never missed
a train or connection, been mis-
treated or imposed upon, allowed
to suffer inconvenience or annoy-
ance. That is a record it would
be hard to equal in America,
Stiikes hidden Rocks
When your ship of health strikes the
hidden rocks of Consumption, Pneu-
monia, etc.. you are lost if you don't
get help from Dr. King's New Discov-
ery for Consumption. J. W. McKin-
non, of Talladega Springs, Ala., writes:
1 had -been very ill with Pneumonia,
under the care of two doctors, but was
getting no better when I began to take
Dr. King's New Discovery. The first
dose gave relief, and one bottle cured
me." Sure cure for sore throat, bron-
chitis, coughs and colds. Guaranteed
at all druggists, price 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free.
Other tented exhibitions suffer
by comparison with Pownee Bill's
Wild West and Far East exhibi-
tions which soon visits here.
There is little or nothing of the
cicus about the show except the
arrangement of the seats. The
usual rings are replaced by a vast
arena in which the half-thousand
horsemen have ample scope in
whice to display their skill and
daring. The exhilarating- dash
of fleet horses over Nature's green
sward proves inspiring to riders
and spectators alike, and every
performance is a feat of reckless
daring that excites even the most
It would have been incredible brutal-
ity if Chas. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse
N. Y., had not done the best he could
for his suffering son. "My boy,"
he says, "cut a fearful gash over
his eye, so I applied iiucklin.s Arnica
Salve which quickly healed it and saved
his eye." Good for burns and ulcers
too. Only 25c at all druggists.
Kindergarten and Man-
ual Training School.
On Monday, September nth,
a Kindergarten and Manual Train-
ing Department in connection
with Mrs. Ardery's school for
giils will be opened. Miss Ward,
a graduate of the Huntington,
Tenn, Normal School, will ij« in
charge of this department with
Mrs. Ardery as supervisor. The
school will be conducted on the
West side from g to 12 a. m. and
on the East side from 2 to 5 p.
m. The buildings will be cen-
trally located and the numberwill
be limited to twenty-five pupils
in each school.
References will be required
from those unknown to the su
Boys over six years of age will
not be received.
Mrs. Ardery will be in New
York until the first week of Sep
tember. During such absence
address Margaret Keece for
terms,, No. 504 E. Cleveland,
Wanted by Chicago manufacturing
House, person of trustworthiness and
somewhat familiar with local territory
as assistant in branch office. Salary
$18 paid weekly. Permanent position.
No investment required. Business es-
tablished. Previous experience not es-
sential to engaging. Address Manager
Branches, 323 Dearborn St., Chicago.
Colored Home Mission
The following officers were
elected and installed at the close
of the session of the Woman's
Home and Foreign Mission of the
colored Baptist church in terri-
torial convention in this city:
Mrs. J. Jackson, Kingfisher, re-
Miss p. Moon, Mitchell, Okla.,
first vice president.
Mrs. N. B. Jones, Guthrie, sec-
ond vice president.
Mrs. L. B. Readess, Shawnee,
Oklahoma, third vice president.
Mrs. M. A. Dunbar, Guthrie,
Okla., re eleeted recording sec-
Miss J. Hood, Earlsborough,
Mrs. Smith, Oklahoma City,
The convention proper was
called to order yesterday morn-
ing at 9:00 o'clock. Owing to the
death of the late president E. K.
Ware of Oklahoma City, Rev. R.
M. Campbell, first vice president,
presided. L. A. Lewis of King-
fisher, Okla., recording secretary
was present and took record of
Statistics show startling mortality,
from appendicitis and peritonitis. To
prevent and cure these awful diseases,
there is just one reliable remedy, Dr
King's New Life Pills. M. Flannery,
of 14 Custom House Place, Chicago,
says: "They have no equal for Consti-
pation and Billiousness." 25c at all
Use Excelsior Broom. Best
made. Manufactured in
They Appeal to Our Sympathies
The bilious and dyspeptic are con-
stant sufferers and appeal to our sym-
thies. There is not one of them, how-
ever, who may not be brought back to
health and happiness by the use of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets. These tablets invigorate the
stomach and liver and strengthen the
digestion. They also regulate the bow-
e'a. For sale by the Eagle drug store,
the Owl Drug store, and F. B. Lillie
Rock Island's New Folder
The Rock Island has recently
issued an elaborate folder, with
illustrations from photographs,
entitled, "Chicago as a Summer
Resort." It does full justice to
the subject, touching upon every
phase of the city, its beauties and
the attraction of its peculiarly
favorable position and environs
together with its superior qualifi-
cations as a summer resort.
Copies of the folder may be ob-
tained by addressing John Se-
bastian, Passenger Traffice Mana-
ger, .Rock Island System Chicago
are instantly relieved, and perfectly
healed, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C.
Kivenbark.fjr., of Norfolk'Va., writes:
"I burnt my knee dreadfully; that it
blistered all over. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve stopped the pain, and healed it
without a scar.'' Also heals all wounds
and sores. 25c at all druggists.
W :iuve money to loan on city
pro rty. Garner & Olds,
toS1 AVs' 1' arrison. Guthrie.
First published in Okla. State Register Aug. l'.
In the matter of the estate of William Harp-
Notice is hereby priven that Obed E Slater, the
duly appointed and qualified administrator with
the will annexed of William Harphani, deceased,
has rendered and presented for settlement, and
filed in said court, his final account and report of
hib administration as such administrator and it
further appearing that snid eata'e in ready for
distribution and that Friday the 15th day of
September. A. I). 1906, being a day wf a regular
term of said court, to-wit, of the September
term. A. I). 1905, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day* at the probate court room in the city of
Guthrie in said county of Logan, baa been duly
appointed by the said court, for the settlement
of said account and distribution of said estate, at
which time and place any person interested in
sai'l estate may appear and file his exceptions in
writing to the account and contest the same.
In teatimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said court this Ifcth
day of August, l'JOS
Seal. J. C. Stkang,
34-3t Probate Judge
First Published in Okla. State Register Aug. 19
Notice is hereby given that Jason W. Clark
has withdrawn from the partnership heretofore
composed of Ldward A Stinson, Enoch I*. Ham-
ford and Jason W. Clark doing business under
the firm name of the Capital Grain & Elevator
Company, in Logan county, the said Jason W.
Clark having sold all his interests to his co-part-
ners All liabilities of said firm are assumed by
sa d Edward A, Stinson and Enoch P. Bamford,
who will continue the business under the same
Dated Auguat 17th, 1905.
Jason W, Clark.
Edward a. Stinson
Enoch P. Bamfokd.
First Published in the Oklahoma State Register
August 19, 1^06.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY
LOGAN. TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA.
In the Matter of the Estate and Guardianship
of Both H. Van Sickle, Minor:
It appearing to this Court, from the petition
presented and filed herein by John Shales, the
liuardian of said Ruth H. Van Sick:e. Minor,
praying for an order of sale of certain real estate
belonging to said ward, that it is necessary and
would be beneficial to said ward that such real
estate should be sold.
It is hereby ordered, that the next of kin of said
ward, ami all persons interested in the said estate
appear before this Court on Monday, the 25th day
of September, A L). 1SR)5, at •' o'c ock a. m.. of said
day at the Court Room of said Court, at the city
of Guthrie, in said Logan County Oklahoma Ter-
ritory then and there to show cause why an order
should not be granted for the sale of such real
And it is ordered, that a coppy of this order l e
puhl.shfd four successive week before the day of
hearing said petition in Oklahoma State Register,
a weekly newspaper printed and published in
said city of Guthrie, in said Logan County, Okla-
Dated this 19th day of August, A- D . 1W5.
SEAL. J. C. STRANG.
33-41 Probate J udge.
First Published in Oklahoma State Register
Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of
an order of the probate court of the county of
Logan and Territory of Oklahoma, made on the
17th da> of August 1U05, in the matter of the
eatateof Horace J. Stone, a minor, the under-
signed, as guardian of ►aid Horace J. Stone, a
minor, will sell at private stile to the highest bid-
der for cash, subject to confirmation by said
probate court, on or after the 2tith day of August
1905! the undivided one-half interest in and to the
following described real estate, the property of
said ward situated in Kingfisher county, Okla-
homa Territory, to-wit:
The east half of section ten (10), Tp. 17, north
range 5, YV. L M.
All bids or offer* to purchase the above de-
scribed farm mint be submitted in writing and
delivered to the undersigned guardian or to the
probate judge of Logan county. Oklahoma Ter-
ritory on or before August 26,1905.
Dated the 17th day of August, li*05.
Fannie M. Stone,
No. 501 North Division, Guthrie. O. T.
First published in the State Register August 10,
In the Probate court of Logan county, Oklahoma
Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of
August, A. 1>. 11*05, Alice Hurley filed in the pro-
bate court of the county of Logan and Territory
of Oklahoma, a petition praying for letters of ad"
ministration to be issuwd to Alice Hurley upon
the estate of Joseph J. Hurley, deceased, late of
the county of Logan and Territory of Oklahoma
And pursuant to an erder of said probate court.
Saturday the '••th d y of September. 1905 at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. in. of said day, that being a
day of the regular September term, A. D. 1905, of
said probate court, lias been appointed as the
time for hearing said application, when and
where any person interested may contest said
petition by filing written opposition thereto on
the ground of incompetency «'f the applicant, or
may assert his own rights to the administration
and pray that letters be issued to himself.
Witness J. C. Strang, judge of the probate
court of the county of Logan, and the seal of the
court affixed, the 9th day of August, A. D., 19(5
(Seal) J. C. STRANG,
_31-4t Probate J udge
First Published in the State Register August 24
In the district court of Logan county, Okla"
ScarfY & O'Connor Co, j
a corporation, plaintiff, f
vs. > Cause No. 5049.
Eugene Gill \
The said defendant. Eugene Gill, is hereby
notified that he has been sued by the said plain-
tiff. Scarf 1' & O'Connor Co, a corporation,
in the District Court of Logan County, Oklahoma
Territory, in which court the said plaintiff's peti-
tion has been filed in said action, and that he must
answer the said petition filed by the said plaintiff
in said action, on or before the 10th day of October
1905, or the said petition will be taken as true and
judgment will be rendered accordingly, as fol-
lows, to-wit: That the said plaintiff have and re-
cover of the said defendant the sum of $62.42 and
the costs of said action.and of the attachment pro-
ceedings therein and the attachment proceed-
ings in said action will be sustained and con-
firmed and the plaintiff declared to have a first
and valid attachment lien upon the real estate
nei ^ inafter described under ami by virtue of the
order f attachment issued in said action and the
levy thereof upon the said real estate; and that
the said real estate to-wit: An undivided one-
sixth tl-f) interest and ownership in and of th«
West Half (1-2) of the South West quarter U-4)
of the North East quarter (1-4) of Section Fif
teen (15) in township (1G) north Range Two (2)
west, I. M.t in Logan County, Oklahoma Terri-
tory, will be ordered to be sold by the sheriff of
Logan County, Oklahoma Territory, as provided
by law in case of general executions for the
purpose of paying and satisfying the indebted-
ness of the defendant to t be plaintiff, for which
the plaintiff demands judgment in said action,
in the su ii of $62.42, and the costs of the said ac-
lion and attachment.proccceoings and of the said
sale of the .ul real estate, i> id that judgment
w 11 be r -i dercd n addition for all other proper
redef in tne premises.
Dated this August 19th, 1905
[Seal J Cotteral & Hornor.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Attest: J. H. Norris,
Clerk District Court Logan County.
First published in State Register Aug. 31 1905,
Whereas, it appears from an order of sale
issued out of the district court of the county of
i<ogan and territory of Oklahoma, bearing date
the 28th day of August, A, I), 1905. to me directed
and now in my hands, that on the 25th day of
February, A. D. 1905, in an action then Pending
in said court, wherein Frank Williams and W. B.
Swinford, cpartners as Williams & Swinford
were plaintiffs and G W. Burton. Dahlia Burton
Nevada A. Reed and Lillie Knox ware defend-
ants and Charles Deal added as a defendant after
the beginning of the action, a person '1 judgment
was rendered in said court in said action in favor
of naid plaintiff and against said defendants G.
W. Burton and Dahlia Burton for the aggregate
sum of two hundred and twelve and sixty one
hundredths dollars (<212 (50), debt and atty. fe< s i
bearing interest at the rate of 12 per cent per
annum from the date thereof and coBts of suit
taxed at forty two and fifty one hundredths dol-
lars ($42.50) and a personal judgment was also
rendered in said court in said action in favor of
tile defendant Nevada A. Reed, and against
the defendants G. W. Burton and Dahlia Burton
for the sum of three hundred and twenty-eight
anc* 60 one hundredths ($328.60) dollars, debt and
attorney's fe , with interest thereon at the rate
of twelve (12) per cent per annum from the date
thereof; and judgment was also rendered in said
court in said action in favor of the defendant.
Lillie Knox and against the defendants G W.
Burton and Dahlia Burton for the sum of six
hundred and sixty-four and 96 one hundredths
($661 96) dollars, debt and attorney's fee, with
interest thereon at twelve (12) per cent per an-
num from date thereof, all of which aaid several
judgments were declared, adjudged and decreed
by said court to be spefic liens in the order of
priority in aaid judgment set forth upon the real
estate therein and hereinafter described.
And whereas, it fuither appears that it was
further ordered by aaid court in said, action that
an order of sale issue out of said court directed
to the sheriff of said county of Logan command-
ing him to advertise and sell said real estate,
without appraisment, or so much thereof as may
be necesHary 'o satisfy s*id judgment, interest,
attorney's fee, and costs, and costs of sale, and
all the right, title, interest and equity of re-
demption of said defendant in and to said prop-
erty or any part thereof, as in ease of sales of
real ostate on execution, without appraisement,
subject to confirmation by the court.
And whereas, 1 am commanded in said order of
sale now in my hands, to advertise and sell said
premises pursuant to the order and judgment of
saiil court , as aforesaid.
Now. therefore, public notice is hereby given,
that on the 7th day of October, A. D- r.«05, at t he
hour of 2 o'clock p. m , of .said day, at the east
door of the court house, on Division street in the
city of Guthrie in said county of Logan, ''k la-
homa. 1 shall offer for sale and tell at public auction
to the highest and best bidder, for cash, the real
estate mentioned in said order of sale, and de-
scribed as follows, to-wit: lot sixteen (16 in block
eighty HO) in West Guthrie, lot twenty (20) in
block eighty-eight (88)inEast Guthrie,the east fif-
ty <50) feet of lots one ti . two (2), three (3). four
(1 , five (5) and six (6), block seventy-seven (77),
Capital Hill in said county of Logan or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judg-
ment, attorney's fee, and costs, and costs of -ale,
and all the right, title, interest, and equity of re-
demption of saio defendant in and to said prem-
ises. or any part thereof, as in case of sales of
real estate on execution, without appraisment
suhjec to confirmation by said court.
Witness my hand thiB 30th day of August. 11*05
B. W. MUKPHY,
Sheriff of Ix>gatt County.
6t Deputy Sheriff.
Orville T. Smith, Atty. for Plaintiffs.
dk. e. g. sharp,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
122 West Oklahoma avenue. Phone 301
VIRGIL M. HOBBS GUSTAVh, A. ERIXON
hobhs & erixon
Rooms 6 and 7 Spurlock Building
West Oklahoma avenue.
b. a. mintonye,
Special attention given collections.
Room 7 Dewey Blk.
PERRY T. McVAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Room 14 Lyon Block, - Guthrie. Oklahoma
A few counterfeiters have late-y
been making and tryinp to sell imita-
tions of Dr. King's New Discovery fir
Consumption. Coughs and Colds, and
other medicines, thereby defrauding
the pubiic. This is to warn you to be-
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through stealihg the reputation of
remedies which have been successfully
curing ciscases, for over 35 years. A
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We Don't Sell Drugs j
or other goods at cost, nor do'we cut the price on
patent medicines and then make it up on the price
of seme other goods you buy.
But we do sell you what you want at a reasonale,
living profit, and your preemptions are filled by
men who are legally qualifitd to do the work with
only the purest drugs.
Thanking the general public for past patronage
we solicit your business in the future, with the as-
surance of a
SQUARE DEAL TO ALL,
We always refund your money if not satisfied.
F. B. LILLIE & CO J
Guthrie Business Directory
If Home is Where You Sat
In home stores you can handle and examine goods before you buy—save
trouble and expense of correspondence and avoid the long delays in returning
unsatisfactory purchases to Chicago.
Your home merchant's guarantee is worth more than one given by a distant
catalogue house. You can get "quick action" on the local dealer's warranty
because he can ill afford to lose your good will and custom, whereas the catal
logue houses don't mind so much to delay plenty other "fish" in the big mai
Once make a practice of buying only the catalogue house "baits" (certain
articles priced lower than cost) and they sure "get onto" you pretty quick-
begin to treat your orders like they wern't tickled to have such "wise cus-
tomers. To get a "stand-in" you must become one of their regular, all-around
patrons—and then is when you "pay the difference" on the other goods-
goods that are .riade up in so large part from the "culls" and "seconds" which
are sought after and taken off of the hands of the factories by catalogue houses
and cheap department stores, only; under-grade stuff that regular jobbers, who
supply all country merchants, are not in the market to buy, and consequently
do not handle.
You are on the safer side, then, to buy of your own town dealer—on the
side of your own property interests and you PAY NO MORE for goods AT
HOME than in Chicago, freight and other things considered.
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'70s. The lands then taken up under
government laws are now prosper-
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need of more hands to develop the
country. In the Southwest, Indian
Territory, Oklahma and Texas are
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Golobie, John. Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1905, newspaper, September 7, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111307/m1/7/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.