Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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In Bad Fix
"1 had a mishap at the age of 41, which left me in bad
fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ga.
"1 was unconscious for three days, and after that I
would have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick
headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings, -
"I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of
life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, so I concluded
to try Cardui.
Since taking Cardui, I am so much better and can do
all my housework."
The Woman's Tonic
Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix. You might
get in so bad you would find it hard to get out.
Better take Cardui while there is time, while you are
still in moderately good health, just to conserve your strength
and keep you in tip top condition.
In this way your troubles, whatever they are, will grad-
ually grow smaller instead of larger you will be on the
up-grade instead of the down—and by and bye you will
arrive at the north pole of perfect health.
Get a bottle at your druggists' today.
LOGAN COUMY REPUBLICANS
Resolutions are Passed Endorsing
President Taft's Administration.
Demoeratlc State Administra-
Pursuant to call Logan county Re-
publican convention was held in
Guthrie Monday, convening at 2
o'clock in the afternoon at the city
hall, at which delegates were present
from each precinct in the county. F.
H. Greer was elected chairman by
acclamation, and D. G. Bonton and R.
A. Henderson were eelete,d to act
lature, and his wisdom at all times
in guarding the interests of the re-
publican party, We commend the re-
publican state organization foi its wis-
dom in calling a state convention to
perfect a grass root organization ot
the party ami to build a platform,
dictated by the republican voters of
the state in their precinct and county
conventions, as insuring the best
platform on which to achieve victory
at the polls in November. We main-
tain, as outlined by Chairman Harris
in his call, that the present is the time
to build a platform and perfect the
party's organization, so that the le-
publican party wil be in shape to en-
ter the campaign immediately after
the August 2 primaries. We commend
jointly as secretary. ,
On motion the chairman was in- r Haris as a thorough organizer
structed to appoint a committee of (an(1 party builder and urge his re-
five on credentials and seven as
ommittee to recommen 21 names for
delegates to the state convention to be
held June 16.
On credentials the following were
3j. C. Coats, L. J. Stark, R. W. Ander-
son, J. R. Brtnrer, J. P. Palmer, H. C,
C. M. S'archet. Vc.hairman. rvv. 11.
Flenoice. J. "W. Reed, 1* C Crote,
Horace Cole, John Capers.
The following were appointed com-
mittee to select delegates: C. R. Ren-
l'ro Second "Ward: Dr. C. F. totteral.
First Ward, city of Guthrie; (apt,
ITpham, Guthrie township; Wm. Han-
1 1 • . r> Tnnl Cttll.
election as state chairman.
3 We condemn the present de.mo-
cratic state administration for its ex-
travagance, unprecedented in the his-
tory of states, resulting in confisca-
tory high taxes which burden the
people beyond endurance and make
the load so heavy that the farmer,
the merchant, and the laborer arf
crying aloud for relief. We condemn
the present domocratic administration
rfor its loot of the comwon schor.ol
fund, its extravagant waste of the
public building fund, its ruination of
the state's reputation at home and
abroad to such an extent that the
state warrants go begging without
purchasers, and its enactment of dis
son, Iowa township; Roy Teal, ( Im-, franchising, unfair and fraud-encour
arron; W. Gingrish. Mulhall township , aging ejection laws. y ,
and John House, Fourth ward. V.tftn- ^ ^ye condemn Goveri I>r *
riP j Haskell for his action this day. in l
C R Renfro was .elected state com-1 sujng a proclamation unde
mitteeman. W. H. Dodd congressional , June 9> )9|«. calling an el
committeeman. , I August 2, ltflO. on the
and California Points
Portland Rose Festival, Port-
land. Oregon, June 6-11, 1910.
Annual session, American Insti-
tute of Homeopathy, Los Ange-
les, California, July 11-16, 1910.
Ancient Order of Hibernians in
America Portland. Oregon, July
19, 1910. „ t
Woodmen of the World, Port-
land, Oregon, July 25, 1910.
Annual Convention, American
Osteopathic Association, San
Francisco, California, August 1-6,
1910. t „
General Conference of the Meth-
odist Church, Victoria, B. C„ Au-
gust 14, 1910.
American Veterinary Medical
Association, ,San Francisco, Cali-
fornia, September 5-9 1910.
Delta Upsilon Convention, San
Francisco, California, September
Concatenated Order of Hoo Hoo,
San Francisco, California Sep-
tember 9, 1910.
American Bankers Association,
I .OS Angeles, California, October
Full information relative to fans
in effect and trip to the coast on
H. M. BROWN, Div. Pass. Ag .
D. A. RAINSBURG, Agt„
H. W. BROWN
Div Pass. Afct
D. A. RAINSBURG
St. Joseph Academy Commencement.
measures to be voted on. The voter
knows what he is doing, and is subjec-
ted to no sinister or mercenary influ-
ence. The election is as peaceful and
as honest as a Sunday school. Wedneadav evening at Brooks'
Under the initiative and referendum. Oil \\ ednes<ia\ evening.,
the legislature usually tries to meet Theater, the commencementJ*«cisea
the will of the people, but where it of St. Josephs Acaden y
fails to pass the laws the people want, and witnessed by a large and
the people pass their own laws through iative audience. This well
the initiative. If the representatives institution, devoted to the education
in the legislature pass a law the peo- and character building of our daugh-
ple do not want, the people veto it ters, is one that the city of Guthrie
through the use of the referendum. In is very proud of, and feels indebted
Oregon the people rule. to the noble women who devote their
Oregon, South Dakota, Maine, Okla- tlme unstiutingly to the cause of
homa. Montana and Missouri have, higher education and the betterment
adopted the initiative and referendum; j of gociety and the home.
other states are considering it. |
If we follow the great example of . .Tyrolienne
The small number of graduates
from this institution but emphasizes
the thoroughness of the educational
work done at St. Joseph's. This year
Miss Mary Cronkhite was graduated
from the classical course and Miss
Uuth Beasley in music. There were
also five eighth grade graduates and
three from the commercial depart-
i The program at the Brooks was as
the Australian states and adopt the ini-
tiative and referendum in our several
states, we can then adopt improved
methods of self-government, we can
then abolish monopolies, commercial
oppression and wholesale graft, we can
then protect the physical health of our
people and physical health of the na-
We can never control the trusts l)>
government until we take the govern-
ment out of Lhe control of the trusts.
The trusts control the government
by using machine politics as its agency.
Machine rule must be abolished. The
people's rule must be restored.
"There is but one use for law, but.
one excuse for government—the pre-
servation of liberty: to give to each
man his own, to suceure to the farmer
what he produces from the soil, to the
mechanic what he invents and makes,
to the artist what he creates, to the
the thinker the right to express his
thought Liberty is the breath of
progress."—Robert G. Ingersoll. ^
IMano 1,—Eunice Leach and Eliza Allen.
Piano 2.—Agnes Brickner and Winifred Statton.
Piano 3.—Mabel Bowlin and Ida Crawford.
Ye Little Olde Folkes' Concerte—Cantata by Polly Simkins.
With music such as ye big folkes did sing, betimes, at ye last
meeting of ye same. Likewise, here be some Gay and Pretty
Songs-not too worldly, but yet-Ukewise. also much Merrle Talk.
M n«w—re. •«"'« «"• «« a tvtZl
~ t ..mkina i a p-nod nerson, but Queer withal)
irandfather Clause." amendment to
>e state constitution, which has for
s purpose the disfranchisement "*
■veral thousand of
c hi sin:
for «tate and
county offices were present and bv
motion permitted to fit In convention.
Among the number present were Joe
McNcal, republican candidate for gov-
ernor, who delivered an exreed'nglv
interesting speech in the course of
which he outlined his policy if elect-
ed. Amine other th t>-s he said that
the capital of the state should he
where the people by majority vote.
honestly counted, should designate
whether that be in Oklahoma C ty
; that he believed that |
whether rich, or poor. | thp cWef
r.octallst. republican or 11,1, ignoring the state's highest courts,
creed at all should have j - \\e condemn the action in vari-
^ gtate 0£ forcine
per cent of the people, enriched hy
commercial cotrpiracy, through theK
agents conspire with five or ten "per
cent of the people, who busy them-
selves in controlling th*> mechanism o,
party government, nominate "men pecu-
liarly favorable to special interests
and then el'ect such nominees by the
wholesale "nse of money-, by filling
the public press with praise of their
nominees, with clever misrepresenta-
tions of tacts and wi thfallacio-us ar-
guments; hy filling the air with clam-
ors ot brass bands and the parade of
working men, who get their bread and
butter from the agents of corporate
power, and finally when the brutal
use of money, in the purchase of im-
poverished voters, Wich r«?iresenta-
tives are placed in control of the gov-
ernment, the political health of such a
nation is bad
Such representatives do not truly
represent the people. The* will not
pass laws laws they ought 1 to pass
and so there is need for the initiative.
They will pass laws they ought not
to pass, giving away public franchis-
es.. using the taxing power for private
profit, etc.. and so there is need for
First published in the Oklahoma State
Register, Thursday, Juno !>, 1910.
State of Oklahoma, County of Logan, ss.
In the County Court
In the matter of the estate of Mai >
Notice Is hereby given, that J. F. Ral- g[ng gmile, Slumber
stin, the duly appointed and qualified
administrator of the estate of said Mary
'Clark, deceased, has rendered and pre- Qjpgey Queen
scnted for settlement, end filed in said
Court, his final account and report of
his administrations as such administra-
tor and that Saturday, the 9th day of
July, A. D. 1910, being a day of a regu-
lar term of said court, to-wlt of the
July term, A. D. 1910, at two o'clock in
the afternoon of said day, at the county
Court room In the City of Guthrie, in
said county of Logan, has been duly ap-
pointed by the said court, for the settle-
ment of said account, at which time and
place any pfcTSon interested in said es-
tate may appear and file his exceptions
in writing to the account and -contest
Granny Lumkins—(A good person, but queer
Corporal of ye militia soldiers-(He hath his faults) BMtW
Marjory and ^y-^o most pr^er and
times called spinsters. ) 0pal whltc and Mildred Gross
E 'of 'little Singers 'and' Youngsters «ln good standing) who
them to have this night for their very own.-and let there
conduct, withal. ordere y eiders.
i > Ch. M. de Weber
0\erture 0bf,rp°^Bo j _MisseB Huth Beasley and Marie Ge0^e'
Tlano 2,-Misses Beryl Faublon and Winifred Statton.
Piano 3.—Misses May Stinnett and Eunice I-ea< h.
Mrs. F. C. Selds, (Faye Hughes, Oa.)
Operetta in two Acts
,, . Miss Mary Cronkhite
Rosalie—(Queen of the Tyroliens) M,98 Marle George
Fairy Queen Mlgg Ruth Beasley
M°ther ^ Mabel J^bson^za Allen! Eunice 1-ch, 1Ruth Eph-
Stlnnett, Stella Whiteman, Beatrice I^eBus,
Tti testimony wherv^f I have "hereun-
to set my hand and affixed ttto seal of
said court this 3 dny of Jun*. 1910.
J. C. STRANG,
gent, Mabel Ilowin, Sophia Pershall, Mary Weisbender, Mary Brickner.
McCarthy. May Stinnett, Uu„n clara S,ruble, Margaret
X clsunii) J n ..
Tyrellans :—Misses Call a (VLeary. Winifred Statton Mable Boston^ Ruth
Gabriella Murphy, Bernice Johnston, Ruth Ephrtam
rice leBus, Sophia Per^hall, Mary Welrtender.^ Bes_s With ^
Fairies:—Misses Eliza Allen. Ida Crawford, Pauline Whltten Stella
Whiteman, Mary BrKkner, Anna Montgomery, Margare
the J.*gan county -
i two appeals in the
[court that *-ff-
, referendum. .
The remedy is "to restore the peopled
i-nle and to overthrow machine govern-
the Indian citizens ot Lent, and the Initiative and referen-
we -ondemn tli.s call dum is an open dnor bv w-hich this
a at ;i time when there can be done; hv which It has heen
, wrj'of mandamus from gloriously done in Oregon and not so
ilstrlct court and I well done in some other states.
-tate supreme' So long as machine politicians make
Grandfather 1 the nominations for both parties, as
— equal chance in the state, and also
cede anvac"unCrBan ejection" Si ^atesV patriotic citizens register their
r ailed attention to the fact that
j ous portjotUs
veentive in the position oli votes for such nominees in v
xecutue in tn< i < have only a choice of evils. The floc-
trine of Boss Tweed of New "York,
might, be put in these words: "l^et me
atididates; 1 care not who
the attempt to disfranchise the c°l- j jtave their homes
ored vote succeeded now, there was . ^
:ul the taxpayers to
„„ assurance that the same pa
behind th)at attenn>t would not at
some time try to disfranchise the In-
Addresses were made also V- Judge
1 C, Strang and Frank H. Greer.
Manv party workers were present in
addition to the large tramber of del-
The committee on delegates recom-
mended the following names, the re-
port of the committee being adopted.
"V* ^rC Renfro. Frank H. Greer. J.
H. Burford, J. R- Cottingham, iW-
McNeal, W. A. Greenwood. Fred t\en-
ner. E. A. Swank, J. A. House, C. F.
Cotteral, Corb Sarchet. F. W. W allace,
John capers. A. Baldwin. Fred Wagon-
er G E. Dutcher, H, Kale, J. B.
Brooks. C. E. Hott, W. B. Herod, <■
"r'T I... O. 0. Ho,,on
rain. Tilt. 1, J. Slnrk, Frnnh Wo I.
W F. Clements. N. H McGinley.
S. Olson, John Anderson. H. R. Mor-
ris. R. A. Henderson, W. P. Kellogg.
Cliff Young. Charles Morris. C. '•
Carpenter, Geo. Nichols. U K. Meek
Ed. Robertson. J. W. Reeves. J. W.
Dunlap. L. D. Simmons.
We. the committee on resolutions,
bee leave to submit the following:
Be It Resolved:—1 We. the Re-
publicans of Logan county in conven-
tion assembled this fifteenth day of
June, 1910, do re-allirm our allegiance
to the well-known principles of the
republican party and with one accord
endorse the administration of Pl"esl-_
<tent Taft and the Republican con-
commendins them H' jheI
steadfast adherence to
tilatform and their action In .
Ing out the principles enunciated in
that platform. The laws enacted by
the republican -congress insure a con
tinuance of the prosperity the coun-
try has enjoyed ever since that party
assumed control ot the national gov-
' r"nl We commend the action of Jam-
es A Harris, chairman of the repub-
lican state central committee, for
is action in referring to a vote of the
people the disfranchising election
law, passed by the demoeratlc legis-
C_ We commeBfl the republican
members of the m ond legislature for
their efforts to lea. the to payers ■<«
the state koow the real facts regard-
ing the extravagant expenditures of
theii money by the present democratic
sate adminijrt ration. ^ m rARCmrr
J. W. "REEVES.
' HORACE COLE.
W. M, T'LENOID.
A- C. Goodrich was elected chair-
man of the county central committee
and John Capitrs. secretary
S*:>AT4)R It. I OIVKVS VIEWS
On. Party. Government,. Initiative;
(Twentieth Century Magazine.)
Plutocracy is the rule of the rich;
aristocracy is the rule of the select
few ; democracy is the rale of the peo-
ple. The initiative an dreferendum
Ss the essence of a pure democtacy
the Rule of the People.
The iniative is a method by which
eight per cent of the voters can ini-
tiate a law and have it voted on by
the people of the state, regardless of
their representatives in the legiBla-
Tlie referendum is a method by
which 5 per cent of the voters ol the
state can by referendum petition cause
a law passed by the legislature to be
submitted to the vote of the people
before It becomes a law—the vote of
the people to be conclusive.
The right of the people to instruct
their representatives Is an ancient
right, never abandoned and is in alien
able by natural law. a law more an-
cient, venerable, masterful, indisput
able than written constitutions.
The nation is in good political
health when Its representatives are the
thel people and truly
elects." Selection is more vital than
Bv a mandatory primary selection
would be pnt in the hands of the neo-
ple and taken out of the hands of the
machine politician, but the representa-
tives in the legislature selected by the
machine and elected by the people of
New York, for example, refuse to trass
the mandatory primary for obvious
reason that it would pnt them out of
What is their business : ConsVtictnig
the government and incidentally steal-
ing the money of the people through
municinal and state franchises, hy
fraudulent anoropriat'ons and in oth-
er wars; stealing power. In like man-
ner. 1 call to witness the Hughes in-
vestigation of the insurance compan-
ies' the Investigation now going on in
Albanv. New York; the Indictment ot
fortv members of the p:ttshure mnnlc'-
nal council and the proved rascalities
of St. 1/inls. Philadelphia and Boston
under machine politics.
In th's way. where the majority par-
tv candidate refuse the open door of
the initiative and referendum for relief
aga'nst machine politics, the minority
party candidates will promise relief
and can be elect-d hy the people, and
with the initiative and referendum
enacted into law. immediately theTe
emi follow laws providing for pnblicltv
bt campaign contributions: control of
corrupt practices: teh mandatory d'
reet nrlmarv by which the peonlc amy
select their candidates and reject the
machine politician, and any other vital
issue desired by the people.
With the Initiative and referendum
in force, Oregon has passed the b st
corrupt nractices act in the United
States. There, a candidate for the
state is limited to an expense of ten
per cent of one yenr's salary, as the
maximum expense of making his cam-
paign, and so with other state officials.
Every dollar of expenditure must be
set forth under oath to Include every
person who directly or indirectly ex-
' •• «-* * Qf
publication of this notice has been limi- I
tod by order of tho County Court oT |
said Logan county, as the time for
creditors of said deceased, to exhibit
and present their chUr.is against said
Dated the 4th day of June, IMO.
-fi. G. SHATTT,
Administrator of tV*> estate of Anna
Tfc Sharp, drreasod.
F. Tt. MCGTTIRE,
Attorney for Adm'r.
Fiv^t publHhed !n the Oklahoma Stete
Register, Thursdny, Juno 9 191D
In Re Estate of Nettie I. Rice, dea«as-
In the Cminty Court of I-ogan Coun-
The administrator dt the **tate of
Nettie I .K ce, havtwg "filed hi prtfOon
asking leave to martgape the following
described -twece of land to pay cifl a
nwrtgage tttw on "saiG 'land the debt se-
cured by wWch is due.
Tnow. then fore, the 23rrl day *>f June,
1<TM, that being a day in tha Aiiril term
of said court for is hereby set for
herring on caid petition at whkli time
all f>ersona tan be heard touching "the
matter of mr rtgaging said land to pay I
off C«oan note thereon. Raid land is de-
srflNed as foBows: Txrt "2 and E hiilf -rf
N. W. one-!>/iirth of section 30, Town-
ship 17. N. Range 1, "Kurt T. M.
Dartod- June 7, 1910.
(Sean J C. STRANG. j
<Ooxmty Jwlge. j
wuiLt-iiioii, j T^nrh Barbara Gassen,,
Gross, Mildred Gross, Hazel Montgomery, Eulu i
Mable Mathews, Marie Curran.
Part "I -A strolling band of Gipsies are encamped by the road 1
Arter son«B. they discover the approach of Mother Grunt, their^ leadI
hns been absent from camp s<*veral days, and now is seen eturning w th
a companion. To the Gipsies' song of welcome she eate«
Kosalle with her. The band surround her and weave
Mother Grunt informing her that henceforth she is to be one of her num-
tiding her to the fair to sell baskets on
to seek rest as night is coming on, the
After she has gone, Rosalie
IPIrSt "published in The Oklahoma State
Register Thursday, .Tuno 1910.
WOTICt T6 CREDITORS.
In tire matter tit tho esttfte of Amm
1^. Sharp, late ol the town of Orlando,
bounty of State ti? Oklahoma,
All persons trying claims against saifl
Anna L. Shap, vleceased. ftTO requimi to
exhibit tho sivme, with tho necessary
vouchors to the undersigned duly ap-
pointed and crualifled administrator of bonie but woman
the estate of said deceased at hta Of- ^ t0 ]enrn and ,ntem,s s0
county^o/i?njan^and state of'Oklahom'n". | the following day. Bidding Kosali
ana that four months after tho first | oU woman takes a stroll to enjoy her pipe
comes out of the tent and seeing no one near, resolves to
lightly away, her absence is discovered on the return of Mother Grun .
who alarms the Gipsies and they depart on the chase
,,art Two;—Rosalie arter several days of wandering, has last
comes lost In the forest. Tls night, and she is so weary she can proce
no further; ho falling ash*p at the foot of a tree, Is discover*! by a b
of Fairies. They pass her with song and the Queen awakes her saving
her magic wand, and then invokes the appearance of ^Falry
Rom.He be^udercd, questions them as to her whereabouts. They Inforni her
she Is on fairy groond and offer her jewels and gems to slay with the .
Rut her song of home proves to them she Is loyal to her Kived ones, and
the, honor her for doing so. The Fairy Queen commands them to guide
her safely home an dth.y depart on their mission. The Fairies by their
mystic knowledge, have wifely brought Rosalie to the mountain barrole she
ion?1 since dieserted. Wliiie lulling her to sleep, they are warned of the ap-
proach of mortals, and secrete themselves. The Mortals enter bewailing
the loss of Rosalie. Unseen the fairies enter the grove and are discovered'
by the Tyrdfians, wb<> question them a to their lost one. The Fairies reply
by raying they are bearers of good tidings and a signal from their Qoeen
th.? presem Rosalie to the astonisfccl Tyrolians sleeping on the thr-ne of
her former triumph. She advances and is cared for by her subjects, and
Rosalie informs them that they owe her restoration to the Fairies.)
Rhajisodie, SPIongrolse, TJo. 12 Franz Uazt
Miss Ruth Beasley.
Miss Mary Cronkhite
Reverend R, Sevens, <4 Ponca, Okla.
Valedictory—Our Lives are Songs
Conferring til Honors.
ment was msiQe on the 29th day of Nov-
Klrst published in the Oklahoma State j .ember, 1009.
Jl'Tilster, Thurs'ay. .lima 1HO. j Offers or bid* for said land must be
"NOTICE. | made ii> writ ins. an dthe oame may be
Notice Is hereby given that In pur- j w,ft any tlm<' before «uch sale or
jraance of an ordier of ttie County Court addressed to Frank Hindman, Guthrie,
of the rnunty of l gan *nfl State of Ok- ; oklahoma, or fiellvered to the under-
lahoma, made on the Snl day of .lane. 1 strrn"d personally, or the sanio may be
A. I)., linn. In the matter >of the estate ln ,he office of tho Judge of said
of John Gill, deoewied, the undersigned Cmjnty CoMrt.
un Hie administrator of tlie «*tate of td ! iuted June 3. W-
deceased, will on or after Friday, the ! . FRANK HINTiMAN,
present their claims against said es-
Dated the 4th day nf .June, 1910.
4t MAUD TtLACKMAN.
CHAR. C. SMITH, Administratrix.
"4th day of June, A. IX 1910, and with-
in Mx months from said last mentioned
free choice o. _ , , ♦
-epresent the ideals of the peoul" m pends any money In the interest
the 1 gisiative. executive an 1 jullclal H„,.h candidate. No solicitation im
departments of the government. When bringing of voters to the polls Is al-
[• •presentatlves -ire nominated by a! lowed on election day. Kach voter re-
sinister alliance of tho hired agents | from the secretary of state a
nf nlutocracy and a few mercenary or I pamphlet containing the nrgument for
selfish citizens In control of the m ch- „r,,i aeainst candidates for office and
anism of party government; when one the arguments for and against any
First published in Tho Oklahoma Rtats
ltegister, Thursday, Juno 9, IMO.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of Robert
A. and Mary Vincent, late of the town-
ship of Spring Creek, County of Logan,
State of Oklahoma, deceased.
All persons having claims against said
Robert A. and Mary Vincent, deceased,
are required to exhibit the same, with
the necessary vouchers to the under-
signed, duly appointed and qualified ad-
ministrator of the estate of said de-
ceased at Harrington, Okla., R. F. D.
No. 4, in the county of Itoger Mills and
State ot Oklahoma, and that four monthi
date, sell at private sale to the highest published in The Oklahoma Stat®
and best bidder therefor, all the right. Register. Thursday, June 9, 1910.
title, Interest and estate of said John NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Z r^ht,h?itrand1nter'es?eth.ht the'sald In the matter of the estate of Elisa-
estate has. by operation of law, or oth- beth Blackman. late of the town of
erwise, acquired In and to all the cer- 1 Crescent, eounty of Ixigan. State of Ok-
taln lot, piece, or parcel of land lying lahoma, deeeased.
and being in the County of I,ogan and ( II persons having claims against said
Btato of Oklahoma, bounded and descrlb- j Elizabeth Blackman, deceased, are re- | the flrl!t publication of this notice
ed as follows, and upon the following qui,,.,! to exhibit tlie same, with the nec- been limited by order of tho county
terms and conditions, to-wlt: Tho north CBsary vouchers to the undersigned, duly j^gan County, as tho
east one-fourth of section 13, Township, appointed and 1""11'led 'elmlnlstrator o ^ creditors of said deceased, to
16, north of range one, west of tho In- tho estate of said deceased at r . | , prel,,nt t|,P|r claims agalast
dlan meridian, on the following terms one- In tho county of Logan and State of Ok- j exhibit ana
third cash and the balance In three ecpial lahoma. and that four months after the sa u > ">
annual payments with Interest on sums publication of this notice has been Dated June 4th, l .
unpaid at 7 per cent per annum , 1 by ordcr „f th0 county court of, JOIIN A.^n™;r
Said property cannot bo sold for less county, as tho tlmo for Admlnlstra
'ZtlZr said deceased, to exhibit and j CHAS. C. SMITH. Attorney.
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Golobie, John. Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1910, newspaper, June 16, 1910; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112706/m1/3/: accessed October 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.