The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 90, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 20, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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MONEY TO LOAN!
® ON IMPROVED FARMS. @
FROM FIVE TO TEN YEARS TIME
AT LOWEST RATE YET OFFERED.
EASY PAYMENTS. GET OUR TERMS.
Wt-reqiiltr irootl mt-urily atuUiv >> ' "" ...lvantn«>' ",l
Lowrat Huteof Interi-at mul m.'Kl l.ilirrnl l.Ttlix.
OVER POST OFFICE, NORMAN, OKLA
C^uYu.uViV Mo.. March h> Mrs.
Thoiuns llalliwell. of this city, who
j has betfun suit for divorce, charts
Minnesota Populists Say They W.ll that her husband w.uilit upon going to
J bea isolate himself from her by plac-
ing cord wood sticks in the be.I length*
■ wise between them for the purpose of
maintaining u complete system of sep-
aration and that s te w.i> forced to
sleep in the corner oa c 1>1 nights with
almost no cover, while her husband oc-
cupied the center of the IhvI beneath
! an abundance of cover
Sunday Closing Wort ti* St. l.ouU.
Lorn. March 1'.'. Detective# of
the Sabbath association male pur-
js *.1, accord-
Not Desert (he Principles in It.
AOTOBS ON A LONG TRAMP.
Nat Sebaatian'a Theatrical Company starts
from St. Loali on it« Nowl Walt
to New York to Heclil*
• W «rr.
8t. Pai i . Minn., March Ignatius
IVnnelly nn.l hydnev M Owrn. ,w| u- v,„eriUv
list leaders in thl state, make ofhetal ^
declaration that the people s pari v in (h>, Ul> \t,,iv arrests will fol
51 1 low 'Tk*
Minnesota will not join the free
coinage party Mr Donnelly says:
"The idea of our party deserting the
principles laid down in the Omaha
platform and consenting to be the
tail to an exclusive free silver party is
absurd. The people's party has other
fully important plans for the ameliora-
tion of the condition of mankind. If
the silver men are in earnest in their
move let them join our part\ We have
always favored the free coinage of
silver, but we have other plans in view
which we cannot abandon. Had the
silver men stood by our party iu
the last election we would have carried
Colorado, Montana,Washington, Idaho.
Wyoming and perhaps other states.
Instead of doing this they said that
the republican party in those states
was in favor of the free coinage of
silver and that therefore it was good
enough for theiu If that is so, I do
not see why the same party is not
good euough for thetu stili "
trior* on * I Mf Vr ui|«
>r UN is. Mareh II Nat Sebastiau's
IVdeatnau Theatrical Oo of ten variety
actors started from Sebastian'* theater
yesterday at n.vn to tramp to New \ rk
city. They made their r.r^: stop in hast
SL Louis, where they tlMMVad in Music
hall to a fair stsed crowd, perform in?
Henry Irving* masterpiece. "The
ItelL" Between the acts a number of
good specialties were pro* led for The
cast is as follows Matthias, l.eonida-
lleggs. Ohristiau. NY.I > IVanel" Ho
ins, Keid WtttMi Walter.v'har\e> Klek-
eri; president of t rt. Vdwarxl
Korshay; MMMfM ( IT SB NHkwrii
l>r Zimraer. Bd Forshay. • Cath-
erine, Daisy Fen ton /..v-el, *01 ie
Rrown; Nannette. Corinne Weekv an
understudy The object of /\e trip is
to decide a wager betw > n V v •va>*
ttan and Jack Kreese. of Now 1
the terms of which >ei«astiau bsta
91.000 that the company can travel to
New York I \ f Ml ■ - fS wit
hotel accommodations and earn ?. *■
riar at rrtRV
A i'«Mirt*cr*t ton That l *n<' ^e*r ( *u,.ot
lit* ItMlh of l'ro|itok
I'kkk\. OW.. March 1< —Kirv started
at I o'clock this morn in.- in the city
hall in which were ail thee tv >app..es
for the year, and sp id *. > t o ti na-
tion amy hall, the res aenoe livery
and sale stable an.I two : • ■ Iniv.v
house aud saloon of K. 1 Hrwkv the
Noble v MM^flwti
iticrctal hotel, owr.e.l by thar.es H.
l.ee, of Wichita. Kan. the Jesaup
lirwery t v - s build ■ > - nd hand
store and tles>rge Lew - >:• ,
ing a total I >ss of 5 v-vo . tv
pie were sleeping in the *te .v \ : ad
rvtotui over the Hro .-> *. va and bare-
ly escaped \v ith their ' *> while Coun-
cilman Maurice Hart* va.l to be carried
out of his room
«mitsam roi.it* im'U rnt
The work of the association is
causing consternation in many quar-
ters and the Hermans arc especially
% loy Ili« st«t v . Wrong*
Cauuo I 1' . March l > Farmer Sis-
son. living near Blue. I i miles south-
east of hero was whipping his wife
when her brother i 'o.l 14. shot hitn
twice, frout the eft 's of which Us
dxed yestcrvlay morniug
IVrtjt'lhrr* BoJim HMVTfrrtl.
Troppai*. Austria. March 19.—Forty-
three bodies have been recovered from
the Hobeggen mine, in which a disas-
trous explosion and fire occurred
Saturday A number of the miners
are unaccounted for Archduke Fred-
erick, owner of the urne. will pay a
pension of 100 tlorins each to the
widows. The widows aud orphans
will also receive a pen-on from the
tuinerV beuevolent fund.
Peter and Jacob BuM>. are well kuowu
m \\\ IBABt * v
Mother Superior l>e liantel. of the Wash-
ington limitation Convant at Iteat.
Wasiiisoion. March 1 tt. — Helene
Cumminga, known throughout the
Catholic world as Sister De Chantel,
for over thirty years mother superior
of the Visitation convent, in thia city,
died yesterday. She was bom in
Washington August IS. 1S11. ami to.
the white veil at the asre of 10. She
was upon the street-, only twice in the
sixty-five years she has Wen connected
with the institution.
Potoon In w Wlehlta Clatera.
Wichita, Kan., March !'. • Henry
therry. his wife and two sons. Ray-
mond] aged 10. and Henry, aged 3. were
poisoned by drinking water from a
cistern near a vacant house adjoining
their home yesterday afternoon. It is
believed that arsenic had been thrown
into the cistern. Cherry and his wife
may die. About a month a/o some
neighbors who uae.l water from the
same pump were poisoned, but recov-
A Hoy SliiMita Ills I Ulle SUter.
Ciikiiokk y. Kan . March 1'.' Frank
MeColgon. a 12-year-old son of Kngi
neer McColgou, i f this city, w hile load-
ing a revolver this initruin/. acci-
dentally discharged the weapon, slutt-
ing his little s year-old sister in the
hip, inflicting a dangerons wound.
The ball entered close to a large
Sntftli-1'ox In an Oil twit Hotel.
Ottawa. Kan . March l'. —J. A. Rus-
sell. who was stopping at the Centen-
nial hotel, representing the Bee be
Lumber Co., of Beelv, Ark., was taken
sick last Tuesday. Ve>tervlay it was
found that he had the small-pox. He
has been moved to the suburbs of the
town. The doctors think there is no
danger of it spreading.
Perry, Ok . March ly. Two noto-
rious counterfeiters have been arrested
and indicted In their possession was
found a considerable amount of spuri-
ous coin and molds. I' >e names of the
counterfeiters are KI Lew-is and
In the l>Utrli*t Court of Cleveland County,
Mary Alice Branstu.
Johimthsu J Brnnitni
The above named defeiulant. Johuathan J.
BrmiiHtn , wtUtukf not too that the above nam-
Plaintiff. Mary Aliee Bramna . ha« tiled h* r
IH'tftlon in the above entitled cauae praying
that the he dlvoretsl from the bonds ol mairt-
tn« ny now exii>ilnit between said p'aiutiff and
*ai<l 'delendant, la* dmaolvtd, and that he must
rti>| ear and anvwer aald (*llllou or otherwise
I'ViM thereto on > r belorvtho isth day of March
liW>.or natd petition vrlll betaken as true aud
ju«U« tnent rendered aaaii *t him dlvorelnit the
plalnUIT froa htii ana dlseolvlnc tbs bonds of
ni.itritnonv existluK between s*i t plalntlil and
mii<I ih lenuant, ami tor such other aud further
( H?. may le jutt In the premises.
line's v\hereof I have hereunto set my
hand a..d «rtixe«l the s ai t f said court this
;.u, da\.«f I e' . lstt' . W II Kmkv. Clk l'ntc
By Trkssa Mskk, l>eprty.
In the l l>triet Court of Cleveland i-auuty
Trrillor) ot tiklabotna.
Tronnatiue llrv s A Co.. Plalutlffs. i
Charles Klw o.xl. 1' i
jail in default of he i*
were put in
\otlce for Publleatlon.
In the Dial riot Court, Cleveland Couuty
Territory of Oklahoma.
W F Sturman
i et al
R E Welden
Saul defendant will take notice th*
he has teen sued in the above named
court uin>n two promissorv notes
must answer the petitkvn til*.si therein on
or t*f re Oth day of April lSiK . orsawf
petitiou will l«e taken as true aud judg*
nient fcr plaintiff in said sction fol
s.V.'mi1 aud costs and in the Oarnfeh
National Bank of K City Siispeada
Kaxsas C;«y. Mo. March 19 —With
aaasis estimated at 5". 380,000 and lie*
mil- iftl •• • e N '• onal Rank
of Kansas City, at Fifth and Delaware
streets. >ttspended busines> this morn-
ing. and will liquidate and go
business. The assets are said to be
ample to pay depositors in fulL J
Chick is president of the suspended
No snH>fcon the streets.
Bkrun. March Kmpervxr William
has forbidden the ofecen and men of
the Berlin garr .sm to smoke on the
principal streets of the city. t*cause of
irregularities in the salute offered w
Col. Jay Sji>s she t* to Keee.^e Yearly th
Mra u .. a m K >
obtained a divorce frv>:
were not quite as '.iber
ment process 'herein
Witness my hard i
n th day of Feb 18M
Tressa Mee\ Pep'C
sued will le ren
. K. 11 lake, IXMondaut.
The aliove named defendant. S. K. Illake
ill take notice that an order of attaehuieut
hu> (Kvn issued In the above entitled cause
apatuM the property of the alnive inttued de
u mlaut aud that the plaintiffs Trouustluo
Bros ,V Co. lave Bled their petltum iu said
> tin. piaylnir for Judgement against said
detemlant for the sum of lwem> two hun-
red dollars and si ivnte fr-' 2oi and in-
to rest at the rate of s per cent per anuum
from the mh dav of tK t and 'or an or-
ler . t sale utainst the property attached
herein, and that he must apjH-at and an-
net said |H tillon on or before the 6th day
t April lviv or said petition will bo taken
> true and Judgement rendered agnlust hitn
as pra\ ed for In said petition.
In tesiltni ny whervt f I have hereunto set
y hand aud affixed the seal of said court
|aj , i Feb. MM,
W H Kbkv. Clerk.
By Ti * >sa Meek. Deputy.
Publication N< llee
8.1.. Williams, Maittttff. 1
8. K Blake. Defendant 1
The al ow named defendant S. K. Blake
will take uotice that an order * f attachment
has Ihh'U issued in the above entitled cause
the property of the above named de-
t<-n>lant ai d that the plaintiff Is L Wl,'.tarns
has tiled ! - petition in said court praying
for judgement against said defendant tor
the Mini ot i ll.1 thousat d dollar? II 1 <"
aid tor an otder « t sale against the uropertv
kttached herein and that he m ist appear and
men r t > I pt m on ai before the l%tli
da> of March l-'V or said petition will be
taki n ** true and judgetnont rendered
a* tinst him a< prayed tor iu said petit on.
Intestimom whereof 1 have hereunto set
ui> hand and affixed the sea of said court
th:> 5th day of Kchiuary 1-vC..
w H KBKV.Cltrk
By Tressa Meek. Deputy
Votlee far Puhllentlon.
Lund Oflh-e at oklahoma T Feh -* >. lfci "
Notice Is hereby given that the following- j
named settler hasftied notloeof his Intention I
to make final p-oof In support <>f his claim,
and that said proof wlii be made before S J!
Wllklns. Prolwto Judge at Norman C T on
May 11 IMO. vis:
for the 8 e 1-4 ec 5 twp s u range 1 west.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said Ir lid. viz:
John B IMelim. John Hoffman. Martin |
Seheurlch ai d Thomas Ketaing all
>f vlirmi ■ O T Any |>erton ho .! -sire« ;
in pro t eli trsin«t the r-4 "aics
,>! ♦.m'Ii proof <>r slut know! of av^r •ubstan I
t|k! resson. tin ter ths law and th« rrgulatloni
, In . i -i Iicparlmcut. why sucn proof ;
. ,i ilj n : •• a:.owed, wul ho given an op- j
tuiuty at the above mentioned fmc and !
, e • it .• «t>« i xainlne the witnesses of said
alioaat, snd toogsi ct Isnee la ret.utta' of ,
ti«i su'.iiuii'cd by claimaul.
B. M Dit.LBV
Notice for rubllcation.
I id'Jft L*. s LAM orrttE, at f
OKI.AIIOM A CITY, O T . Jan 11, 1S96. i I
Notiee is hereby given that the following |
nameii settler has tiksl notiee of his intention I
that said p
k.ns. l'n>bate Judge
n um,vu i
John C llardln
for the n e 1-4 sec Ji twp s n range 2 w.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and culliva-
tion of said laud, vi/
J W Bherrod, A J Potts, 0 W N'au^han and
S H Vaughan all of Norman O r.
Any person who desires toprotest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
substantial reason under tne law and the regu-
lations of the Interior Department, why such
proof should not be allowed, will be given an
claimant, and -o offer evidence in rebuttal of |
that submitted by claimant.
B. M Dilley. Register
imo vol ivAivriii
An Elegant Residence
Do you contemplate putting up a building of any kind?
If you do call and see me and let me give you figures. 1
have been contracting in Norman for several years and
M. E. MANIRE,
Contractor and Builder.
Notice of rublicatlo
r b Lsjto OmcB. ^t -
iTY. O. I . Jan. 11 ISi-
given tiat the follovrng
,d notiee of his intent on
:\ supi- r: of his claim, and
• bshbefore J. Wllklns
urma-.i • n March. 19 ia<6
Notice For l'ublicatiou.
ljttid Office at Okiahotua O T Jan 14* lvij j
Notice is hereby given that the foil, wing j
named settler has tiled notiee of his Inten-
tion to make flit 'l proof iu support of his
olalBS, and that said proof will be made be-
fore S J a .lklns pro! tie Judg- Jt N rman
OT oil Msreh J*J 1-95. viz:
William A Hrannon
for the s w l-i s< e 3 twp t ti range 1 w 1M
He names he following witnesses to nrove j
his continuous residence upon and culliva-j
tiou of said laud, viz:
A ti Brannou and Frank B11 kburn both of
Franklin •> T. J C Allen of Norman O T aud
1. W Silvers of Hicoti 1
Any person who desires to prote«t against I
the allowance of such proof. t r who knows
of any substantial reason, under the law aud
regulations of the Interior IH partment why I
such proof should uot Ih> allowed, will Ik*
aiven an opportunity at the aU * e mention-
i || mm umTplaee lo ciomMrtalne the wit-
ness*- of said > iltnant. and o offer evidt u.e ,
iu rebuttal of: hat submitted by elaimaut
1$ M Ditlev. K glster.
Notice For Publication.
Land OffiiV at Oklahoma. Okla.. Jau 11
Kotlos Isb«rel>j sdvea that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his in ten- |
tion to make fluai proof in -upport of his |
claim, aud that said prxwfwi.'. ! . made before
S J Wiik.ns. Pn hate Judge, at Norman. O T i
ou March 1*>v5. vir:
John A. E .wanls
for tlie s w 1-4 see21 twp . u rang. 3w.
He names the following witnesses t«> prove
his continuous resldeuce upon and cultiva-
tion of said land vis.
h Dow trv. 1 Faul n. W E Bain a d J
M Burton all < f Norm u. t> T
Any p<-rsou who desires t • protest
ag:t:n- t ti • allowance of -ueli proot !
or who kit tws .■? any substantial r- .*> u. un- ,
der the law and the regulatiou- • t the Inter j
ior Department, why such proof shoul-i uot i
-* —" be giveu an oppor.unity t
r.e and p ace to oross
xamlre ti • wituesses ot >;iid . almant. au.i |
c offer evide'.oe in rebuttal of that submit-
ted bv claimant. B. M Dillby. ,
S&uV«ill*e^uTn ihy°«e P 85
Draaghon's Practical Business College,
NASHVILLE, TENN. < Wriit for ctulo^e.)
Book kefpine, Shorthand, PeomJnlhlp «M Tel«-
.rioh! fVpend morc'moncr ■" > '•'"I,"',*' °!
Fur Km payment Uepan ment thin h^l ihtBMtnM.
Collece. tjk. in .. toitlon. 4
'■> equal tO 12 * ' ,JJ
old plan. II teachers. 600 students
" ' ,,:h'°U .H.ntVd U
recently prepared books especially sdaptsd ui
Sent on 60 d y« trial- Write u® "P
wan.O' N B_-We pay B. «.h(or
canries m ■ S
clerks, etc., reported lo us, provtd
Oserhaus & Wilnm-
THE MERCHANT TAILORS-
come to the
! the above mentioned t
call and *e
There is c
o f the city
It has already saved the farm-
ers of Cleveland County
|Several Hundred Dollars on
theii final proof notices, and
'11 s.ivini' them money.
! 2-1 V
N • . -
to make f.'
and that s;;
Wiikir - Pn
April i: 1 *•'
■e for Pabllcatl >
oklahoma o. T .
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 90, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 20, 1895, newspaper, March 20, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115639/m1/4/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.