Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 28, 1905 Page: 7 of 8
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| M'Nabbat Lincoln County |
Heal sensible peopl« d. ao\ "tarry
ca" at a fuseral.
A mac who oau maaae* a woman
ona manage anything.
It is a sign of years If you don't
core how you look on a cold day.
A cigar mingled with friendship
baa bought more than one man.
Many 01 our rich men take up a
profession as an excuse for loafing.
No matter what you want done, tha
doctor will tell you it will not hurt
We wouldn't be a bit surprised to
hear that the bad place is frozen over.
When you hate a woman, it is a
comfort to see her appear in an ugly
Don't get blue over small matters;
the large ones take care of themselves-
Who flatters you the most, the poli-
tician or the man who owes you mon-
A woman lodge organizer is not far
removed from a woman suffrage lob-
The old fashioned Insulting valen-
tines are giving way before the senti-
Foor relations never look so poor as
they do when they ride in a carriage
belonging to rich kin.
We judge a man by his works, a
Woman by her beauty, and mules and
Onions by their strength.
When a woman knows that she is
homely, any one can make her very
mad by looking hard at her.
Whenever we see a very sharp
not-ed woman in a body of women,
lodge workers, we always pick he*
out for the leader.
Men miss a great deal out of lif$
when they get so wise they no longej
believe the fortune a pretty girl tells
An Atchison woman is such a per-
fect lady that, although she is madly
jealous of her husband, she will not
mention it to him.—Atchison Globe.
Chandler Publicist: The an-
nual meeting of the Lincoln coun-
try Farmers Institute is being
concluded this afternoon. Secre-
tary McNabb's lecture at yester-
day evening's session on "Civic
Improvement" was very interest-
The institute convened at 10:30
m. today, President L. L.
Brown is in the chair.
Secretary McNabb called at-
tention to the advantages of the
institute and urged a fuller atten-
dance in order to increase the
benefits. The expense he said
was the same for a small as a
great attendance. He said this
was the best crowd he had ever
seen at a farmers' institute in
Lincoln county. Other locali-
ties are just howlingfor institutes.
If Lincoln county did not want it
they could quit. Referring to
the election of officers he in-
sisted on the necessity of select-
ing an enterprising farmer for
delegate to the meeting of the
Famous to Enlarge.
Judge Who Was on Both Sides,
West H. Humphreys was appointed
district jndgre for Eastern Tennessee
by President Franklin Pierce in 1853
Nothing occurs in the record to show
that he was not an acceptable judga
up to the time of the Civil war. His
sympathies were entirely with tha
South at the outbreak of the war, but
he neglected a little preliminary that
was observed by other Southern men
holding commissions under the Unit-
ed States; he failed to tender his res
ignation. On the contraiy, he appears
to have continued to preside over his
court—two courts, presumably, lor an
order was shown on hi-j trial, written
by him, in which he ordered a court
official to send l im his "Confederates
record book." He evidently kept two
sets. Judge Humphreys was im-
peached by the House for aiding tha
rebellion, for ill-treating loyal men,
Tor conflscating their property ,aDd in
fact, for the whole catalogue of war-
time offences. The senate met as a
court to try him on June 26, 1362. It
is scarcely necess-ary to say that the
judge and his "Confederate book"
were not in evidence at the trial. The
chances are that had they been the
senate as then constituted would have
stretched th.e provision of the con-
stitution relating to punishment after
impeachment, in order to treat ttie
neck of the judge in the same manner.
The trial, which partook more of the
nature of a farce than of a high ju-
uicial proceeding, lasted only four
hours, and "guilty" was the verdict
on every count.—Harper's weekly.
Mr. Elias Frankfort, proprietor
of the "Famous," has rented the
second story of the building oc-
cupied by him, now being used by
the Commercial Club, and will
use it for the enlargement of his
business into a department store.
The front stairway will be de-
stroyed and a new front put in,
with the latest show wirdows.
Mr. Frankfort has returned from
a month's visit to New York,
where he bought a large stock of
Flrat published ill tha State Restates Sep. 7.
In the district court of Lojfan county. Oklahoma
The Ixjtfan County Bank.
William u. Mum and
JohnV. Farwell A Company
To the above named defendants. William B
Muse and John V. Farwell & (Company, notice Is
hureb> triven that you have been sued in the
District Court of Log id County. Oklahoma Ter-
ritory, by the above named plaintiff, the Logan
County Bank, and that you must answer the
petition filed by said plaint ff on or before the
lHth day of October. 1^06, or said petition will be
taken as true, and that plaintiff has caused to be
issued in said cause and court a garnishment
summons to F. O. Luts of said county and terri-
tory. and that unless the defendants answer the
said petition filed by plaintiff, on or before the
lWth day of October. 1905, a judgment will be
rendered against you for the sum of eleven hun-
dred dollars <f 1.100.00) its damages sustained by
reason of the premises and for costs of this action,
and applying the indebtedness due you from said
F. O. Lutz, garnishee, to the payment of such
judgment and costs.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and seal of said court this 1st day of Sep-
J H • Norris,
[Seal] Clerk the district court
H. B. Martain, By Florence N. Weirick,
Attorney for plaintiff. Deputy
First published in the State Register Sept.14,1905
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of tht* estate of J. J. Hurley .late
of the county of Logan and Territory of Okla-
All persons having claims against said J- J.
Hurley deceased, are required to exhibit the
same with the necessary vouchers to the under-
signed, duly appointed and qualified administra-
trix of said deceased at Guthrie in the coun-
ty of Log n and Territory of Oklahoma, and that
four months after the first publication of this
notice has b en limited by : rder of the probate
court of said Logan county as the time for cred-
itors of said deceased, to exhibit and present their
claims against said estate.
Dated the 9th day of September, 1905.
Wild Animal Wonders.
Grace of Oriental People.
Passing us occasionally, going to
Jerusalem with butter and eggs, their
little jars ot leben that showed their
thick crean*i' throats as they were
held up to us, were small companies
oi! women in single file. As one Blue
procession went by the leader called
to us: "Why should you ride and we
walk? Why is your lot bettsr than
oure?" Given the opportunity lor
leisurely argument we could not by
any philosophy have made satisfactory
answer. We could only admit tha
fact as they saw it, and recognize the
universal world plant of discontent-
They carry themselves, these wo-
men, like figures on an antique frieze.
As they stride along, holding In sure
balance on their heads their jars and
baskets of homely produce they
tread the stony paths with the grace
and largeness of action that we of the
Occident have grown to regard aa be-
longing to the age of Praxiteles.
The men are also admirable In th«
simplicity of their gestures, the big
lines of their attitudes, the swing of
their draperies. I saw a youth fling
his mantle over his shoulder and fold
It about him exactly in the manner
ot the classic Greek, sculptural In his
finely unconscious pose. God save the
day when these sons of Canaan clothe
their limbs in our ungainly garments!
Ringling Brothers' menagerie
is the largest and rarest collection
in the world.
The menagerie collection of
Ringling Brothers' World's Great-
est Shows is the most extensive
and valuable in America. Such
exceedingly rare animals as the
rhinoceros, the g-iraffe (of which
they have two), baby elephant,
horned horse, polar bear, black
vaark, white yak, tapir and baby
black tigers and Bengal tigers are
in the zoo. It requires 108 cages
and dens to house the splendid
collection of rare wild animals
carried by the Ringling Brother*.
The Ringling herd of forty ele-
phants is a wonderful sight and
represents twice as many as ever
owned by any other circus. Three
large groups of these bulky beasts
are used for performing acts, and
the intelligence they display und-
er the direction of their trainer,
Pearl Saunders, opens a new chap-
ter in the patient, scientific work
of wild animal education. The
ponderous creatures play at mim-
war, dance dreamy waltzes,
lively two-steDs, and stately min-
uetes, enact amusing skits, stand
on their heads and balance their
monster bodies, with the skill and
guiding sense of human perform-
ers, They even make tuneful
music i'po;i gigantic instruments
and go th ugh a military drill
witn amazing skill and precision'
All these wonders of the most
progressive, modern and the big-
gest and best circus exhibitions
on earth, Ringling Brothers'
World's Greatest Shows, can be
seen at Guthrie, Tuesday, Octo
Two performances will be giv-
en, at 2 o'clock and 8 o'clock
Tickets of admission and reserv-
ed numbered seats may be secur-
ed show day at exactly the same
price charged at the ticket wag-
ons on the circus grounds at Wal
lace's Diug Store.
FirBt Published in the State Register August 24
In the district court of Logan county, Okla"
Scarff & O'Connor Co,
a corporation, plaintiff, , _ _
▼b. )■ Cause No. 5049.
The said defendant. Eugene GUI, is hereby
notified that he has been sued by the said plain-
tiff. Scarff & 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 saiJ action will be Busta'-ed and con-
firmed and the plaintiff declared I a first
and valid attachment lien upon the rthl estate
hereinafter described under and by virtue of the
order of attachment issued in said action and the
levy thereof upon the said real esiate; and that
the said real estate to-wit: An undivided one-
sixth (1-f) interest and ownership in and of the
West H-ilf (1-2) of the South West quarter (1-4)
of the North East quarter (1-4) of Section Fif-
teen (15) in township (16) north Range I wo (2)
west. I. M., in Logan County, Oklahoma Terri-
tory, will be ordered to be sold by the sheriff of
Logan Countv, 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 the plaintiff, for which
the plaintiff demands judgment in said action
in the sum of $62.42, and the costs of the said ■
tion and attachment procceedings and of: l id
sale of the said real estate, and that judgment
will be rendered in addition for all other proper
relief in the premises.
Dated this August 19th 1905
[Seal J Cotteral & Hornor,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Attest: J. H. Norris,
Clerk District Court Logan County.
DK. E. G. SHARP,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
122 West Oklahoma avenue. Phone 301
VIRGIL, M. HOBBS GUSTAVP, A. ERIXON
HOBBS & 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
We Don't Sell Drugs £
or other goods at cost, nor do'we cut the price on
patent medicines and then make it up on the price
of some 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 qualified 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.
8em v j# Von Haw ft'ways Bam#
Kay sprinkled with a little chloride
if lime and left for an hour in a clos-
ed room, will remove the smell of new
f. b. lillie & co. j
"But you have no ruins, 110 grand
lid piles, in the country," said the com-
"Say, come back to the safe and let
ne show you my pile of steel common
The pink called by some the "flower
>f perfection," can be easily grown
ind your spring order should includ#
tie or two of the tested varieties.
A few counterfeiters have lately
been making and tryinp to sell imita-
tions of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds, and
other medicines, thereby defrauding
the pubiic. This is to warn you to be-
ware of such people, who seek to profit,
through stealihg the reputation of
remedies which have been successfully
curing ciscases, for over 35 years. A
sure protection to you, is our name on
the wrapper. Look for it, on all Dr.
King's, or Bucklen's remedies, as all
others are mear imitations. H. E.
BUCKLEN & CO., Chicago, 111., and
Windsor, Canada. All Druggists.
First published in State Register Aug. 31 1905,
Guthrie Business Directory
At Home is Where You Save
In home stores you can handle and examine goods before you buy—sa
trouble and expense of correspondence and avoid the long delays in returning
unsatisfactory purchases to Chicago.
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" en the local dealer's warranty
because he can ill afford to lose your good will and custom, whereas the cata
plenty other "fish" in the big mai*
logue houses don't mind so much to delay
Once make a practice of buying only the catalogue house "baits" (certain
articles priced lower than cost) and they sure "get onto" vou 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 made 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.
GUTHRIE NOVELTY RACKET
GLASS WARE, QUEENSWARE,
CHINA WARE, TIN WARE,
See our OlttCAT IIAKOAIN
COUNTER and Special Sales
OVERALLS AND WAISTS, WORK
SHIRTS, FANCY SHIRTS, HOSIERY
TOWELING, NOTIONS AND TOYS
Of Every Description.
C D. WEBBER m E. Okla. Ave
The King—This crown Is too heavy;
It feels uncomfortable.
Court Physician—Your majesty, the
fault isn't with the crown; the trouble
Is with your head—It's too light for It
—Detroit Free Press.
The Colonel's Waterloo
Colonel John M. Fuller, of H ney
Crove, Texas, nearly met his W aterloo
from Liver and Kidney trouble. In a
recent letter, he says: "I was nearly
dead of these complaints' and, although
I tried my family doctor' he did me no
good: so I got me a 50c bottle of your
great Electric Bitters, which cured me.
I consider them the best medicine on
earth, and thank God who gave you
the knowledge to make them." Sold
and guaranteed to cure, Billiousness,
and Kidney Disease, by all druggists
at 50c a bottle.
Whereas, it appears from an order of sale
issued out of the district court of the county of
Logan and territory at Oklahoma, bearing date
the 28th day of August, A. 1), 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, copartners as Will'am* & Swinford
were plaintiffs and G W. Burton, Dahlia Burton
Nevada A. Keed and Lillie Knox were defend-
ants ann Charles Deal added as a defendant al ter
the beginning of the action, a person >1 judgment
was rendered in said court in said action in favor
of said plaintiff and against said defendants G-
W. Burton and Dahlia Bu ton lor the aggregate
sum of two hundred and twelve and sixty one
hundredths dollars 0212 60), debt and atty. fees
bearing intere-t at the rate of 12 per cent peri
annun- from the date thereof and costs 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 Bur'on
for the sum of three hundred and twenty-eight
an< GO 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 Dahliu Burton for the sum of six
hundred and sixty-four and 96 one hundredths
($66496) dollars, debt and attorney's fee. with
interest thereon at twelve <12) per cent per an-
num from date thereof, all of which said several
judgments were declt-r d. adjudged and decreed
by said court to be spefic liens in the order of
priority in said judgment set forth upon the real
estate therein and hereinafter described,
And whereas, it fu-ther appeal s that it was
further ordered by said 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 es'ate,
without appraisment, or so much thereof as may
be necessary o satisfy s«id judgment, interest,
attorney's fee, and costs, and costs of sale, and
I 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 case of sales of
real estate on execution, without appraisement,
subject to confirmation by the court.
And whereas, I am commanded in said order of
sale now in my hands, to advertise and sell said
premises pursuant to the order and judgment of
said court, as aforesaid.
Now. therefore, public notice is hereby given,
that on the 7th day of October. A. D. 1905, at the
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. Okla-
homa, I shall offer for sale and sell 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 80) in West Guthrie, lot twenty (20) in
block eighty-eight (88)inEast Guthrie,the east fif"
ty (50) feet of lots one (1), two (2), three (3). four
(4), five (5) and six (6), block seventy-seven (77),
Capital Hill in said county of Logan or bo 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 said defendant in and to said prem-
ises, or any part \ hereof, as in case of sales of
real estate on execution, without appraisment
subject to confirmation by said court.
Witness my hand this 30th day of August. 1905,
B. W. MUNPHY.
Sheriff of Ixjgan County.
6t Deputy Sheriff.
Orville T. Smith, Atty. for Plaintiffs.
Hanly Vigor Restored
By the usa of THE STRENVA DE-
VELOPER APPLIANCE. All men
suffering from loss of M ANI.Y VIG-
OR, VARICOCELE, STRICTURE
NERVOUSNESS or DRAINS, should
write for particulars concerning
The Strenva Vacuum
Method of Treatment.
It restores and imparts new power
and vigor to shrunken, wasted or un-
developed organs. It employs
drugs, crayons, compressors or elec-
tricity. It isSAt'E, SURE PEAS-
ANT, PATNLESS. It ca oe used
at HOME, without knowledge to
3225 Division, Phone 681
General "arrive and Wagon
hot and Coi Tire Setting
SCHICKHPAM &, WICKMAN
Use Excelsior Broom. Best
made. Manufactured in
The Strenva Developer
Combines two complete instruments j
in one, and is not sold by any other
concern in Kansas City. Sold on
trinl. Book sent FREE in plain,
sealed envelope, on request. WRITE
TO DAY. Address:
The Strenva Appliance Co.,
Dept. 89, 3U-12 Missouri Bldg._
Kansas City, Mo
Excelsior Brooms at your
The affliction of being blind should
chasten the spirit, it would seem, but
Andrew Cornelius is under arrest at
Lawton, for debauching a girl of thir-
teen, with whom he traveled as his
daughter and he confesses he served
two years in the Missouri penitentiary
for stabbing a man.
THE OPPORTUNITY OF TODAY.
The opportunity for the man with
little means is probably better today
in the prairie state-; of the South-
west than ever before in the history
of the nat on. To be sure, there is
not the vast open choice of land for
the homesteads that existed in the
'70s. The lands then taken up under
government laws are now prosper-
ous farms and ranches. There is
need of more bands to develop the
country. In the Southwest, Indian
Territory, Oklahma and Texas are
vast areas of unimproved land not
yet producing the crops of which it
is capa le. Practically the same
is true of the towns. Few lines of
business are adequately represented.
There are openings of all sorts for
wide-awaka men. Are you one?
If you are interested, tell us what
you want, how much you have to
invest, and we will furnish you the
information Write for a copy of
our paper, "The Coming Country."
~ It's free. Address
A 8afb, Certain Rblikv for Si'mucmxD M
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL. Bmfel Bore l S|* 4j! HatU
for 11.00 per box. M ill
Kefuudp-t. Bent prepaid
I them on trial, to be paid for
drugglal due* not
relic. .1. Parapl
it e d medical co., box 74. lancaster. fa
Guthrie byC. R. Renfro.
R. A. HOLT
\ uctio ii ee r
Handles all Liv
conducted ."ny where.
Distance no object
Write for dates.
QEO. MORTON. O.P. A T.A
Box 39!, St. Louis, Mo.
}N These prices are for SEALS
delivered to any postoffice or ex-
press office in Oklahoma. We
' can furnish anything in plain or
i automatic, self-inking and act-
( ing RUBBER STAMPS.
Write for prices on what you
!' want to the
REI5TLE5 PLATES ARE RICH
REI5TLES RATES ARE RIGHT
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
PMONr 1114 1420 24 LAWRENCE PCBVEff COLO
0uh cuts print
Printing Co. I
105-7 North First St.
Anyone sending ask* oh and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
tptcial notice, without charge, In the
A handaomelr lllmtratwl w«kly. Iitwl <Jr.
0i36iBro.d .v New York
. (06 V BU Wuhlnnlwi, D. C.
101 ft 103 W. 9TH ST., KANSAS CITY. MO.
Ttie Old Reliable Doctor -Oltle.t In A(fo and I.oii>;<< t Located. A
r*icul r Graduate In Hvdlrlae. Over SO VeariT Special 1'raotloe-
Over 37 Year. In Hanna. 1 Itjr ESTABLISHED 1867.
suu'io'trNil 5 Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases.
Pi,™ guaranteed or money rrfonded. All medicines furnished ready for use-no
rourv or Injurious medicines used. No detention from huslneis. Patients at adl«l«no i
—Jliii express. Medicines sent everywhere free from tfaze or breaka .
Charges tow Over 90,uJo cases cured. Age and experience are Important. Slate jour
ciSi and send lor terms. Consultation free and confldentlal, personally or by letter.
Seminal Weakness and
Sexual Debility, of youthful
follies and ex censes—causing night loB#es
and loss of sexual power, pimples and
blotches on the (ace. confused ideas and
forgetfulness, bashfuhiess and aversion to
soolety, etc , cured for life. I stop night
losses, restore sexual power, nerve and
brain power, enlarge and Strengthen weaU
parts and make you fit for marriage. Send
for free book and list of questions.
CimIaAii«a Radically cured with a
Stricture new Inlmllible Home
_-#i Treatment. No In-
ana UICCI struments. no psin. no
detention from business. Cure guaranteed.
Book asd list of questions fre*— sent sealed.
Phimosis or danger. *6
UavSaaaaIa Enlarged reins In the
VttrlvOvvlw Horotum—esaslng ner-
vous debility, weakness of the sexual sys-
tem eto., permanently eared without pain.
Cuitkilie That terrtW.disease, 1n
Sypnills, alllti forms and stagn*.
oured for life. Blood polaoninc and all
private diseases permanently cured.
DAAIf 'or both sexes—to pages, 27
D wr\ picturert, with full description
of above dlssttses, the nflecta and cure, sent
•ealed tnpl.tln wrapper-fr«e.
tanul this Boot for lit tuftoutlos II oaUlu.
Fait Museum or Aiutomv.
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