Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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Riillroiitl Hullillnv In Oklahoma.
The stockholders of the Beaver Val
ley and Northwestern Railroad, which
ist year with
•k to build
is and Nortb-
meeting at Beaver last week and
elected the board of dir<
eluding J. W. Webb of Beaver, presi-
dent; James Tack of Wichita, F. C.
C'aley of C'aieyville and other south-
ern Kansas men are interested in the
road. A survey has been completed
across old Beaver County.
W. H. Harrington, vice president of
the Mountain Valley and Plains Rail-
road Company, which is now engaged
In the building of 450 miles of line
from Cimmaron, N. M., to Guthrie, is
making a final trip over the propos-
ed line with a corps of surveyors, be-
tween Guthrie and Higgins, Tex. The
citizens of Guthrie raised $75,000 bo-
nus for this line on the condition that
work would be started Feb, 1. Mr.
Harrington announced that this con-
dition will be kept. Grading is in
progress between Cimmaron and Dai-
The material for construction of the
Denver end Gulf Is being received at
Texhoma and Guymon and other
points in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
Already five cars have been shipped
and locomotives for construction have
been ordered. The line as chartered
Is being built from Guymon to Miami,
Tex. It is understood that the road
is backed by an English syndicate.
months later i nt
there since that time. Mr. Vance t;
still in charge and has been very sue
cessful in his work. The Second Leg
islature made provisions for the es-1
tabiishment of a branch of the Fr
Bureau on the East side of the State,
which was located at Muskogee, by
the Commissioner of I^abor, who op-
ened there on July 1, 1909, with Thos.
Wiley in charge.
During the first year of its exis-
tence not known to may person in
nt of work, the bureau placed ov-
3,000 men and women in honest
Kingfisher, Ok.. Jan 16—The King-!
fisher County Farmers' Co-Operative;
1 I Association heid their annual meeting
the court house. The following
cers were elected for the ensuing;
By Prof. Gastare Michaud. Co*ta
ltica State College.
In Scientific American
The roses shown in the accompany-
ing figure are white with a delicate
President, J. W. Beaeman, Hennes- and beautiful netw rk of blue veins,
sey: vice president, William Sherman. j Such roses can b<* obtained in little
Hennessey; secretary and treasures, more than one hour by placing the
Arthur Bowhat, Cashion: directors. | following solution, instead of water
Sam Bailey, Sheridan; Wm. Perkins
Columbia: T. M. Noel, Kiel; Ed
employment without expense to them.
As the average fee charged by pri-1 * «•.Walker- Do^t- J- «. Hopkins,
vate employment bureaus is $1.30, It
is estimated that at least $4,500 was
saved by the laboring people of the
State by that one item.
Special efforts are made to reach
the farmers and to keep in touch with
them as the bureau is certainly in
touch with the young men who are
coming into the state and who would
prove desireable help. Many of them
are already experienced in farm work
and would prefer that kind of em-
ployment Superintendent Vance be-
lieves that in spite of the large de-
mand of that sort if the farmers will
but list their requirements with the
bureau, thus avoid the necessity of
shipping In the undesirable foreign
or negro laborer and making It pos-
sible to take care of the desirable
white American laborer, who is al-
ready within the state,
OKLAHOMA IS DI E MILLIONS FOR
RE< LAMATIOX OF I.AM S
Auction Sale Date*.
Tuesday January 25, J. P. Grunden
at the Humphrey farm. 1 mile East of i some time in some kinds of red ink
N. E. corner of Guthrie. R. A. Holt, j The writer tried to obtain similar re-
in the vase in which the cut ends of
the stalks are dipping.
Water 100 cubic centimeters.
Aniline methylene blue, 2 grammes,
Potassium nitrate 2 grammes.
School boys know that white roses
can be transformed Into red flowers
by allowirg the cut end to remain
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, John Costello, at
the Costello farm, 6 miles N. and 3
West of Guthrie. Geo. W. Gaffney,
Auctioneer, Carl Havlghorst, Clerk.
Vet Nothing has been received by
.state from Sale of Public Lands
Despite the Plain Word ins; of
a Jail Term Doesn't Qualify for
Coneress, His Enemies say.
Lexington, Ky., Jan. lfi.—Caleb
Powers, three times convicted for the
Goebel murder and finally pardoned,
Is making a fight against Don. C. Ed-
wards in the Eleventh Kentucy Con-
gressional District for the Republi-
can nomination for Congres. Powers
Is being watched clo
ers of both parties— ,
cans with much alarm, and by the j the plain wording of the statute j'ree use °' 11 t0 the worshippers. I FARM LOANS Stralirlit rate.
Democ.atis with much hopefulness j which -ays that a majority of the | These Mexicans cannot talk English. | ron,n)jssnn
The Eleventh is a Republican Dis- i moneys derived from the sal eof pub-1 an4 ^)ey greatly appreciate the 0P-jI)a|j |lt.r(,
Washington. Jan. 19.—Although mil-
lions of dollars have been contribut-
ed to the reclamation fund by Okla-
homa through the sale of public _
fly by the lead- lands, yet little or no return has been | !*as rehabilitated the sanctuary with j flowers?
the Republl- made to the state and this despite I its °'^ catholic simplicity and given
Senator Cunningham Attends
Senator Harper S. Cunningham has
returned from Santa Fe, N. M., to be
present at the opening of the extra-
ordinary session of the Second Legis-
lature. "Things are humming down
that way," said the senator, "The
chief talk is statehood. Much Interest
is taken in Oklahoma's constitution.
I had a long talk with W. J. Bryan
the other day. He is deeply interest-
ed in Oklahoma affairs especially the
Bults with a number of aniline dyes
and found that while some like ani-
line red scarlet, for cotton, readily
rise into the vessels of the s'.alk
others, like aniline methyl grean. will
not under any circumstances reach
the flowers. Some common saltj were
added to the dyes and one of them,
potassium nitrate (saltpeter) was
found to exert a powerful influence
over the ascent of the dyes wh'ch rise
The experiment is curious and
should be repeated while using
the blue liquid; the end of a few
stalks being placed in some of the so-
lution to which no saltpeter is added.
Aniline methylene blue is not one
of the dyes which readily ascend in
plants and it will be soon noticed that
while the flowers with the stalks dip-
ping into the saltpeter and blue dye
Senator Cunningham has bought an
old ranch, which he is renovating. I solution are covered with the blue net-
On it Is a residence of an old bishop I work, nothing can still be detected
who had lived there for fifty years i on those whose stalks are allowed to
and was much beloved by the people, dip in the same liquid but without
Part of the hecienda Is an old chap- saltpeter.
pel. Since the bishop s ^death the j Will some botanist suggest an ex-
neighboring natives have had no place i planation of the influence of saltpeter
to worship, and Senator Cunningham, on the ascent of dyes in stalks and
alcohol 3 pek cent.
AVegelable Preparation for As
s iraila I in§ the FoodamlRegula
tin^ titc Siomaciis amLDowetsaC
ncss and Rest.Conlains neittw,
Opiuni.Morphine nor Mineral.
Htdpe of Old DiSlMLiZPflUOR
Clanfitd Sugar •
Aperfpd Remedy forCVmsflpa-
Hon, Sour Stomach.Diarrhow
ncss arulLoss OF Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
trict and the Democrats say they see I lie lands in a state shall be voted to Portunity the senator has given them
chance to put their man in Cong- Irrigation purposes within the state t0 exercise their religion according
us. whenever practicable. The Interior their fait!*.
'vatlve Republican lead- department under former Secretary ~
Powers as an ex-convict | Hitchcock held that 51 per cent con-, >apolenon's Grit.
say that he has no; tituted a majority, was of the unconquerable, never-say-
ask for the position. A i Thus Oklahoma is entitled to mil- die kind, the kind you need most
ncing that "a jail term j lions of dollars in the work of re- j when you have a bad cold, cough or
:ation for Congress" has ; claiming arid lands in the western lung disease. Suppose troches, coughlJohn w."s:
in various parts of the) nart of the state according to Senator j syrups, cod liver oil or doctors have 1 Pxhiblt the
entlv an interview with j Oore. The attention of the Interior
ublicans was publish-' Department has been called to the
T. A. BAGGKTT,
•'^2320 Ouarant > i"1'! under the Kood
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THt eCNTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY.
right even t
is no qua]if]
fd In which It was said: "We propose I matter before but no satisfactory
the nomination of Henry You teey for answer has ever been received and
governor on an S-year-In-the-p^nlten- Senator Gore will now make it his
tiary slogan; hp ought to win." Many* purpose to commit the department
papers in the district are taking raps i one way or another In the matter,
at Powers for presuming to be a can- "Of course," said the Lawton sen-
didate, while several others have ator, "I hope to gpt the secretary of
championed his cause and say that
there are men In the conserva-
tive element of the party who could
be sent to the penitentiary and made
to stay there.
The Somerset Herald says that a
pardon never vindicates and that for
interior to take our view of the sit-
uation, we have contributed the mon-
ey and we think we ought to have
some return for it." He admitted that
one survey had been made of the bas-
in of the Cimarron river an J the sur-
rounding country with a view of es-
'First published in the Oklahoma State
Register, January 13, 1910.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of John W.
Slade. late of the city of Guthrie, county
of Logan, State of Oklahoma, deceased.
All persons having claims against said
lade, deceased, are required to
le same, with the necessary
i i. , um;in-i3 to the undersigned, duly ap-
failed, don t lose heart or hope. Tak ' pointe.i and qualified administratrix of
Dr. King's New Discovery. Satisfac- the estate of said deceased, at her resi-
j?'™**1 V}en used for any ^ and state'!* OklahomfJSi
throat or lung trouble. It has saved I that four months after the first publica-
thousands of hopeless sufferers It Itlon of t*1'9 n°tice has been limited by
masters stubborn "rdpr of thf> County Court of said T.ogan
masters stubborn colds, obstinate county, as the time for creditors of said
coughs, hemorrhages, la grippe, croup ! deceased, to exhibit and present their
asthma, hay fever and whooping against said estate
cough and is the most safe and cer-
tain remedy for all bronchial affec-
tions. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free at
Eag'.e Drug "tore.
Dated the 12th dav or January, 1910.
RI.I.A S. Sf.ADE,
Administratrix of Estate of John W.
LAWRENCE k HUNT.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
this reason Powers can still be term- tabllablng a project in western Ok-
ed the murderer of Governor Goebel
by those who want to anply it to him.
The Wayne f'ounty Outlook says:
"Power's eight years In the peniten-
tiary were years of rich graft. He
went in without a dollar; and he
came out with plenty of cash and
rich coal lands."
BY OKLAHOMA BPIIEAI'
Oter Fite Tlioimand Applicants Guid-
ed to Jobs.
It is demonstrated by figures pre-
pared by State Lobar C'ommisloner
Daugherty that the State Free Em-
ployment Bureau has been a great
boon to the laborer who is down on
bis luck, lie makes a showing that
during the last six months of the
year 190'J employment was secured
for r,.r.r,5 applicants without one cent
of expense to them. Altogether 9,756
apllcatlons were received, and the
percentage of the total number of
applicants for whom places were se-
cured would have been larger but for
the slump In building trades and pav-
ing work during the month of Decem-
ber, caused by the unusually cold
At the Oklahoma City office 3,952
applicants were received in December
and only 347 applicants were placed.
Prior to November 15 employment
was secured for practically 80 per
cent of the applicants. October was
the month when the Oklahoma City
office had the biggest demand for la-
borers, 459 having been placed dur-
ing the month and 384 in November.
Altogether 7,552 applications were
received at Oklahoma City during the
six months and employment secured
for 3,625 apllcants. Including 2.974
male and 651 female. Of the total
number placed 1.789 were residents
and 1,836 nonresidents, showing that
there Is no discrimination as to resi-
dence, the only requirement being
that a man is out of a job and needs
The Muskogee office did not make
as large a showing on the amount of
buslnes done, but placed a much larg-
er percentage of applicants. Only 2,-
204 applications were received, and
1,189 were placed, including 1,410
male and 109 female. Muskogee did
not experience the same slump in
December that Oklahoma ICty did,
but placed 475 out of 525 applicants
tho largest number placed during any
month in the entire year. This is
due to the beginning of work on tlie
new Standard Oil Pipe l,ine to the
Gulf which is employing a large num-
ber of laborers. The figures also
show that the floating population
there Is proportionately much small-
er, as 1,570 of those places were re-
sidents of the State only 240 nonresi-
The free employment bureaus was
established by tho First Stale Legis-
lature, which directed the Commiss-
ioner of I>abor to establish such bur-
eau in connection with his depart-
ment and appoint a superintendent.
The office was first opened at Guthrie
July 1, 1908, in charge of W. E.
Vance, a former Katjr conductor, who
was moved U
lahoma and that the project had been
•declared unfeasible because of the
lack of water.
Another survey was under way last
summer but was never completed, for
the reason that the reclamation fund
had become low, so low in fact that
Secretary Balllnger found it neces-
sary to order all surveys at an end
in Oklahoma and other states where
similar work was under way. Sena-
tor Gore contends that if that survey
had been completed It would have
been favorable to a project In the
northwestern corner of Oklahoma.
With the reclamation service facing
a shortage it is natural that no new-
projects will be undertaken at this
time but President Taft has given
<>noourgaement by recommending a
$30,000,000 bond issue for irrigation
work. This with the returns that are
coming in constantly from the pro-
jects already finished should enable
the secretary of the interior to do
something for the state of Oklahoma
It is thought.
Director Newell of the reclamation
service and Senator Gore are now in
correspondence with a view of con-
tinuing the last survey at the first
Sheriffs Prefer Salary System
The State Sheriffs' Association was
In session here during the last week.
The features were the election of offi-
cers, appointment of legislative com-
mittee to look after their interests be-
fore the special session, and, it is
generally understood, a sum was
raised to pay the expenses of legis-
lative committee. Oklahoma City,
is the next meeting place.
Officers elected were: C. B. Pierce,
president;P. C. Carter, Tillman, Secre-
tary and treasurer; K. A. Pierce, Pot-
tawatome. vice president: .lohn Ma-
honey, I/Ogan; Charles VVorley, Gar-
vin; I.. A. Chambers, Canadian; R. A.
Rader, Kay. and J. E. Johnston, Se-
quoyah. executive committee to act in
conjunction with the nve members of
the legislative cohimlttee, whose
names were not made public.
The resolutions adopted after an ex-
ecutive session, from which the pub-
lic was excluded, are as follows: "We
the committee on resolutions, beg
leave to offer the following: that ow-
ing to the conditions now existing
within our state relative to the int r-
pretntion of the present sheriff's fee
bill by the various county attorneys,
our St-.te Examiner and Attorney
General, we, the Sheriffs of the state
of Oklahoma, in convention, recom-
mend to the governor and the legis-
lature about to be assembled, that
these sheriffs and their deputies be
placed on a stipulated salary and ex-
penses, and that the District Judge
shall regulate the number of deputies
for each sheriff
"And we further recommend that
the present fee bill be so amended
as to cause litigants to pay cost of
litigation and that they should be re-
quired to make deposits with the
courts In sufficient amounts to meet
the expenses in their cases and that
such fees should go to the salary
Oatlirio about three fund of the various counties.
Failed in Health
"My mother died six years ago," writes Miss Ruth
Ward, of Jerseyville, 111., 'and left me to care for six
children. I had never been strong; and this, with the shock
of her death, was too much for me.
"I failed in health. I was tired all the lime and did
not want to go anywhere, nor care for company. I had
the headache all the time and such bearing-down pains.
"A very dear friend advised me to take Cardui, as it
had done her so much good, so I commenced to use it
and now I am in good health."
The Woman's Tonic
Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's
strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic.
You yourself know best if you need it, or not.
If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use
it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further
down the hill.
Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for its
use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will
surely do you good.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. TVnn..
for Special Instructions, and 64-page book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free.
SUPT. BROWN RESCUED ALIVE.
McAlester Mine Oi'iicial Is Found L'n-
McAlester, Okla., Jan. 13.—After
having been entombed for twenty-
eight hours in the smoke filled cut of
the Bolen-Darnell company's coal
mine, near here. Supt. John Brown
was rescued alive but unconscious
Had the rescuers failed to reach
him, Brown would surely have died
within an Lour. As it is, his condition
is serious, but mine physicians believe
there is a fighting chance for life.
Brown, who is a well known mining
man of Hartford, Ark., risked his life
in an attempt to rescue Oengello Ad-
nicar, shot firer, who was entombed,
following an explosion in one of the
lower levels of the mine late Tuesday.
Brown apparently had not reached
even close to the point where Adnicar
had been overcome when he himself
succumbed to the foul gases and
smoke that choked the various pass-
ages. The" shot firer's fate still re-
(Firvt Published in the Oklahoma State
Register, Thursday, January 6, l'JJLO*
Owen Wenger is F^reby notified that
h© has been sued as defendant, in an ac-
tion now pending in the Superior Court
of Logan County, State of Oklahoma,
where In Nora Wenger is plaintiff and
Owen Wenger is defendant, and that ne
must answer the petition of said plain-
tiff, filed in said court in said action, on
or before the 16th day of February, 1D10,
or sa'd petition will be taken as true and
judgment rendered against said defen-
dant for divorce accordingly as prayed
for in said petition.
Dated 5 th day of January, 1310.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
T. P. JONES,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
(First Published in Oklahoma State Reg-
ister, Thursday, December 23, 19u9.)
Notice is hereby given that in pursu-
ance of an order of the County Court of
the County of Logan and State of Ok-
lahoma, made on the 22nd day of Novem-
ber, A. D., 1909, in the matter of the es-
tate of Anno E. F. Maple, deceased, tho
undersigned as the administrator of tho
estate of said deceased, will, on or after
Thursday the «ith day of January, A. D.
1909, and within six months from said
1010, and within six months from said
to the highest and best bidder therefor,
all the right, title, interest and estate of
said Anne E. F. Maple at the time of her
death, and all the right, title and interest
that the said estate has, by operation of
law, or otherwise, acquired in and to all
the certain lot, piece, or parcel of land
lying and being in the County of Logan
and State of Oklahoma, bounded and de-
scribed as follows and upon the following
terms and conditions, to-wit:
The south-west quarter of Section
number Fifteen (15), in Township num-
ber eoghteen (18), North, of Range num-
ber two (2), West of Indian Meridian.
bald property cannot be sold for less
than $1,710.00 that being ninety per cent
of the appraised value thereof, which ap-
praisement was made on the 18th day of
December, 1'JOO. '
Offers or bids for said land must be
and the same may be
hifi ni?in£ before such sale at Mul-
hall, Oklahoma, addressed to R. M Rin-
caid, or delivered to the undersigned
(First Published in Oklahoma State Reg-
ister, Thursday, December 30, 1900.)
State of Oklahoma, County of Logan, ss,
In County Court. * I county of I .. ,
N°Uce is hereby given that on the 13th ' bounded and* descrit
personally, or the same may be filed in
the office of the Judge of said Court.
Dated December 23, 1909.
AJ , , R- M. KINCAID
Maple! deceased °' E5tate °f A""e K' F'
LAWRENCE & HUNT,
Attorneys for Administrator.
(First Published in Oklahoma Stat- Reg-
' lionet!"1'6' •
an'-e of an order" o^tliVllounty'court'of
tii „county "r I-ogan and Htnte of Ok-
)ah°ma, made on the 16th day of S^tein-
Mtite of n„t,v V V,' SaMer uf th0
Luse' ml"ors' the^ under-
si mi eel as the guardian of the estate of
said minors, will on or nf 0, , 1
the 17th day of .r'anuar,? a I> m^ and
within Six months from said last mention^
at Private sale to the hlgh-
il bidder therefor, all the
interest and estate of <<i
I terest' timt (he "T, rlK,ht- and In-
if rest that the said estate has, by ou-
< ration of law. or otherwise, acquired
I In and toalthe certain lots,' pieces,^
i \'n,p and being in the
'tate of ()klahoma,
1 as follows, and
following terms and conditions
day of November. A. I)., 1909, George \V. j upon ti
Hopkins filed In the County Court of the ' to-wit:
County of Logan and State of Okla-! 7 nr"' ' Block 8, In that part of
homa, a petition praying for letters of lahoma knowS^V'??!1 County, Ok-
admlnistratlon to be issued to himself Said 'property cannot be soM for le,s
upon the estate of Gustav G. Knus, de- JPan "■ 485.00, that being no per cent of
■eased,late of the county of Comal and | . "PPralsed value thereof, which .-in-
State of Texas. fiecem",'"' nKu]o on the 6th of
>Ct^>O-OOCH ooooocH: OOO<;n;..O<<«>oo.oooojX>.OOOOCH>O0OOOj>O.C, •
is sure to please.
STYLES AND SIZES
FROM $2 TO $200.
Pictures of persons and things that one is
interested in are sure to please.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
A POSTCARD GETS A CATALOG.
Sole Agency at
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE
And pursuant to an order of said Coun-
ty Court, Saturday, the 25th day of
■January, A. D„ 1910, at the hour
of ten o'clock a. m., of said day
that being a day of the regular Janu-
ary term, A. D., 1910, of said County
Court, has 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 grounds of incompetency
of 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
County Court of the County of Logan,
and the seal of the Court affixed the 22d
day of December, A. D., 1909.
"<Seal> J. C. STRANO,
(First Published in Oklahoma State Reg-
ister, Thursday. December 30, 1909.)
State of Oklahoma, County of Logan, ss
In the County Court.
In the matter of the estate of R. O-
Notice is hereby given that W. K.
Patterson, the duly appointed nnd
oualined administrator of the estate of
It. O. Green, deceased, has rendered and
presented for settlement, and filed in
said court his final account and repot*
of his administrations as such adminls
trator and that Saturday, the 29th day
of January. A. D.. 1910. being a dav of
a regular term of said Court, to-wlf
of the January term, A. I). 1' 10 at ten
o'clock In the forenoon of said day, nt
the county court room in the city of
Guthrie, in said county of Logan has
been duly appointed by the said court,
for the settlement of said account, at
which time and place any person inter-
ested in said estate may appear and file
his exceptions in writing to the account
att.l cont'-st the same.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the seal of said
92" .I 20th day of December. 1!)09.
(Soal> J. C. STRANO.
C. G. HORNOR, C0UBty
JOHN P. CHAPPELLE,
same may be
Judge of said
Offers or bids for said land must be
made In writing, and the same may be
i aLany t,me before such sale at the
hiw Office Of Tibbetts X- Green. Guthrie
Oklahoma, or delivered '
signed personally, or ti
filed in the office of ti
Dated December 9 '"•no
3t ROBERT S. LUSH.
. " , T . .. .—r- Guardian.
(first Published in Oklahoma State Rca-
',ec<'mber 30, 1909.)
Olahoma Court of Logan County,
Jennie K. Stiles, Plaintiff,
Thomas J. Whitlow, Richard P. Chamb-
hl'i' n n'Ur^rV Fred Carson, Ma-
bei G. Kelly, Robert L. Carson and V.
notice by publication.
|J* Ans Whitlow. Richard P. Cliam-
r- ii *■"«! j. Carson, Mabel
a Kelly, and Robert I.. Carson, defen-
/ia?e.<L an<! l'IU l1 "f ><■'" Will
take notke that they have been sued In
the above named court In an action
Whereby the plaintiff above named has
th£'dimIX. n 1° ,s,!cu,rfi u Judgment of
the ,V r n i V , ' barrlnK and estopping
- t , ™ ',* "' namea and cacti of
'1°'n claiming or asserting any
11 eirVi.f\h 1 °r l"t''n>'st In all of lot
no' f '?. ,' the, nor 11 15 f<'«t of tho west
60 feet thereof and all of lots 14, 15. 16,
(MtS'of Ibl<¥'k 6- in that Part of the
known V" t' Cou'it>-. Oklahoma,
known as hast Guthrie, to iiuiet the title
th rpinmr!'t"! Un? removu cloud
therefrom because of certain claims jls-
?hemd 1y defendant, 'and e™i"f
.1° ,"a|d property for the reasons
s< t forth In the petition filed in said
tme t'naJ111CO|'rnr'ti"B "" defects in the
title to said above described property by
reason of adverse claims of the defen-
dants above named, and for such other
and further relief as to the court may
lS?,0im,,Pr°PVr;, nni1 that Bal11 defendant.
I and each of them must answer said peti-
tion on or before the Kth dav of Feb-
ruary, 1910, or said petition will bo taken
as true and Judgment rendered accord-
ingly as aforesaid.
c. h. gri3wold,
. Clerk District Court.
TinrsETTS & GREEN,
Attorneys for rialntiff.
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Golobie, John. Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1910, newspaper, January 20, 1910; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112685/m1/2/: accessed January 25, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.