The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 104, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 8, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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foll free silver.
Ex-Gov. St. John to Advocate the
THE DRAMA IN THK ARCTIC.
A WOHD OF WAKNINO.
A l'«iiii|mny OlvliiR "Tlio Strowtt of No
York" In Northern -A limit a instruc-
tive Flumes—Sunday Quiet In
( lili'HKO \ l)«luto>
Topkka, Kan., May 7. A story comes
from New York that ex-tiov. John I'.
St. John has laid aside prohibition
pending a settlement of the money
question, unci will advotvite fro • silver
us the one remedy for nil the ills which
ntllict the country. It is s;u I that be
even will discourage t'le nomination
of prohibitionist electoral tickets in
1800, in order that the free silver vote
may be swelled.
The Drum i In tlie Arctic.
Pout Townnknu, Wash., May 7. The
drama has found its w i.y to the bor-
ders of the Arctic /. i ic an 1 "The
streets of New York" la tbrill rr the
hearts of the sturdy di r^.'rs of gold
on the banks of the ice fri'i <• I N ukon.
A stock company is givi >: t!ic play.
The lead in if man in tiic performance
is Oeorge T. Snow, a pioneer actor of
Dent motive FIaiiim In j ufT ilo.
Bvffai.o, N. Y., May 7 Fire early
this morning destroyed M. Strauss it
Son's tannery, postal station A, (Sro-
ben's coal yard, barns, several freight
cars, two dwellings, a number « f
horses and a largo amount of stock in
East Buffalo, The loss is estimated at
5250,000, with 9125,090 insurance.
Hominy Qulot Movement In r locate"-
Chicaoo, May 7. —Three hundred
persons attended n mass meeting at
the People's institute to protr-.t a f.iinst
Sunday saloons and Sun.biy baseball
games, under the auspices of the Inter-
national Sunday Oi serwince league.
Five leading ministers spoke.
Pkiuiy, Ok., May 7. This city was
visited last night by a perfect deluge
of water. In some plaees« n the streets
the water was 2 feet deep. No partic-
ular damage was done.
rreiltlent C'l« velnntl Aililr.a better to
nilmilaslppl'it Governor oa ttio Sllrer
Jackson, Miss., Ma/ 5.—Gov. Stone
Inst evening gave to the Associated
press a letter addressed to him by Pres-
i I ident Cleveland under date of April 20.
I The following is the full text of the
lion. J. M. Stono. Oovornor. etc :
Kxbcttivk Mansi1'n. Washington. April
£6. My Dear Sir Your letter of the'.'1st in«
I htniit Is at hand. I do not feel Incline I to find
fault with your criticism, but I think the inat-
I tors referred to should bo Judirod In the ll*rht
I of the circumstances existing ut the time the
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A V \ It
i < i r.Nr.
A lt*i nil way Sprinkler
of it < nr nnil The
PiTTBiiuitoif, l'a., Ma;
trolley sprinkler car.
i*h I ln< Occupants
of the Mount
Troy branch of the Pleasant Valley
electric system, is responsible for the
death of one ami probably two women.
Cur 00 left the top of the hill at s i>
o'clock and was followed out by the
sprinkler. When half down the steep
hill one of the four pa. e infers in the
first car, Miss Delia Donley, noticed
the sprinkler fly in r t nvar 1 them. She
ran to thfftloor and jumped, pulling
the conductor with her. The back of
her head struck the curb tone and
her skull was crus'tel. She died
in a few moments. The conductor,
John McAllister, was badly hurt
and bruised. Two of the other
passengers were d.iiin Andrews and
Mary Widncr. They are en-raro.l to
be married, and were cotni.i fr in the
church of the late Father Mnilin rer,
where their bans had jut bean pub-
lished. The girl jumpc I from the car.
and was followed by her lover. Shej
alighted on her face an I heal, and is
badly Injured she may die. Andrews
was injured internally. One hundred
yards from where the three passen-
gers jumped, the sprinkler struck car
00, which >vas just turning a curve.
Hoth cars jumped the track, and ran
into the sidewalk, where they stopped.
The motorinen. who remalne 1 at tli-ir
posts, and the one passenger, who was
on car GO, and who seamed to be en-
joying his exciting ri le, were unin-
BOMB « INNER!
Duo Incorporated at I'ortlnnd, Ore., with :i
Capital of Wio.oon.
Portland, Ore., May 7. -S. Kinsman,
stockman, and It. Selling and M.
Sichel, capitalists, to-day incorporated
us the Oregon Packing and Fertilizing
Co., with a capital stock of 620,000.
The object is to slaughter and can
horse meat. These men have known
that if they could fin 1 a market, for the
meat they could make money. They
have finally concluded they can find
this in France and Germany They
have 0,000 horses bought, and options
on as many more. They have also an
option on a slaughtering plant near
Portland, and will begin slaughtering
so soon as machinery for canning can
be put in. The new company will re-
ceive no accommodation wh.itevei
from the cattle meat companies, as
they have refused to have anything to
do with it.
lll|f Oklahoma Fruit Crop
Ot'thkik, Ok.. M iv 7.—The prospect
for a big yield of fruit could not well
be better than it is at pres «nt in Okla
lioma, for from all portions of thecoun
try comes the good new-, that the voting
trees are fairly loaded with bloom and
fruit Trees that elsewhere
five years to produce bear hei
to three years after setting
the fact is just becoming known that
this country will soon haw orchard
that will bring more profit than all it
To Mo I' it 111 ut Oner.
Pf.hRY, ok.. May 7 W. F. Malum, o
Pawnee, Ok., has ecu en -a red by th
Oklahoma Central & Soul hwesteri
railroad to survey its line, and he ha
now organized his corps of surveyors
The work be ran at <'< y ville, Kan
to-day. This road wiil run froti
Coffeyville to Pawhvi ,;i Os.r.r
Pawnee, Perry, t u'.hrie an 1
und will be complete I befoi
Four Hanging* In One Cay. j clo
jkffkhson cltv, Mo , May i (iov. pri
Stone has refused to interfere with the lot
death penalties imposed upon Jntnci,
and Ed ward Murray and Joseph I)ust\ arc
nil negroes, and James Crisp, of Web chi
ster county, and they will be hanged 1
next Saturday. The Murrays inm - nu
dered Pit/.williams in St. Louis and d.
Dusty was convicted in Huchauan Ch
county of rape. j cht
At Detroit, Mich., Sunday John
Moriarity, Frank Connolly an I Ocorgi f
11. Haugh and wife were drowne I, the
two former while bathing in the Kmi
river, and lluugh and his wife while
boat ridintr in the Detroit, rivei-
iui/ up or fostering a personal following, but so
fur as p Mies should properly Influence mo In
•making appointments, 1 have tried to bo dem-
ocratic and not proscriptlve. 1 am glud vou
arc frank enough to admit your participation
In bringing about a condition in oiltco holding
which may not bo all that could now bo de-
sired. Whothor those appointments to place
shall in speech and action bohavo decently to-
ward the administration under which they
hold office must remain, to a large extent, a
matter of tusto and good brcedlmr.
Thero are. however, some officials who do-
vote themselves so Industriously to vllllflcn-
Uob aii<i abuse of those under whom they hold
office as to indicate that their ti lelitv cannot
he trusted for the perfor.nance of their duties
in a manner creditably to the administration
and who apparently assumo they may spend
the time they owe the public service In doing
political mischief. In the Interest of Rood
government such office-holders must not bo
surprised If they are summarily dealt with.
When I received your letter. I hid just lln-
ished reading a letter of yours, in which you
explain to the citizens of Mississippi your
have in that letter contributed In the
best possible stylo and in a most valuable way
to the fund of argument in favor of sound
I have never ceased to wonder why the j mo-
'ple of the south, furnishing so largely as they
do, products which aro exported for gold,
should be willing to submit to the disadvan-
tage and loss of silver monometallism and to
content themselves with a depreciated and
fluctuating currency while permitting others
to reap a profit from tho transmutation of the
prices of their productions from silver to gold.
1 hope this letter of yours will be given the
widest possible circulation, especially among
our southern fellow-citizens, and that they will
he permitted to see tho pitfall which is direct-
ly before them who madly rush toward tho
phantom light of free, unlimited and Inde-
pendent silver coinage.
If we who profess fealty to the democratic
party are sincere la our d in to Its prin-
ciples, ami if we are rk'ht in believing that
the ascendency of thos s principles is a guar-
antee of present liberty, universal care for tho
rights of all. non-sectional American brother-
hood and manly trust in American citizenship
In any part of our land, wo should study tho
effects upon our partv. an I consequently upon
our country, of a committal of the national de-
mocracy to this silver arbitration.
If there are democrats who suppose that our
party can stand on a platform embo.lylng such
a doctrine, either through Its aillrmatlve
strength or through the perplexity of oar op-
ponents on the same proposition, or if thero
aro democrats who are willing to turn their
hacks upon the
hopo that free ai
coinago of silver can ■
aid of either party <<
deceive themselves u
fuse to look in the fan
follow tho defeat. If n
the democratic party
tempts them from the
If wo should to fori-
tlonal doctrine of so;
old antagonist will t:i
form which we aban 1
of reckless democrats
will avail to stay tlu
This is us plain as uir.
It therefore bocom- -
crat, wherever he in
such a victory would i
n proper conception <
deliberately shape I
•lutlons In tin
,ory without the
on, they should
. nor longer rc-
esults that will
in Issue which
i" livid on the plat-
, .d neither the votes
g can possibly be.
duty of every demo-
te. to consider what
: and in the light of
s re \ilts he should
>v i il (I.l.v K!i\NI>.
ulo llt'Klns I
Than for Two Years l'ast.
York, May 5 It. ti Dun &
Co.'s Review of Trade says: Business
begins May in better condition than at
any other time sinco the break-down
In May, 18113. Smaller in volume than
then, it is
ing. The chief
recovery is the
pluck fruit bcfoi
of some staph
some bra i
ng, but enlarg-
e to a complete
sty of many to
s ripe. Holders
e lifted them
s to prevent their mar*
nsuinption of materials in
ehes is cheeked by advances
not be realized for finished
workers in some industries
clinic wages that cannot be
id out of any busin
brightens; money i
healthy and with he:i
way bonds abroad
causes no appreher. -i
Demands for full re
to the level of 18'.rj
woolen mills and
have been followe I
7 to 0.81 cents, thou
in sight. In
jor troubles the outlook
noncv markets continue
ivy sales of rail-
the deficiency iu
'4*3,840 in April,
ration of wage
ring a great
increased do man I
The week's failure are '.Ml in the
United States, against u last year,
and ill in Canada, against :)5 last year.
ADY WILL LK%VK KANSAS.
Tlio Kuikiih Republican Loader Forced tc
Move by falling Health.
Nkwton, Kan., May 7.—J. W. Ady,
Notice for 1'cibllcation.
3-w-i s u. s. i.and Orrics ati
Oklahoma O. T. March IB, 1896.1
i Notice Is hereby iriveii that tho following
' named settler haa filed notice of his intention
republican leader, has decided to move ! 1'rolmtn Judge at Norman o T, on May is
with his family to Colorado Sprlnys, U vi.: R b>|m
Col., June 1. !• ailing health has made I for the no n cee n twp s n rlw.
the move necessary. Mr. Ady has I He names the follow:ng wlti.cues to prove
, -i 4 # v 4 / ♦ ' . his continuous residence upon and cultivation
been a resident of Newton for twenty- ,,, B„i,||and, vl/
two veara. durinir which time he has i. II llsll, Noble " T. ti. A. Hall, J. M
J - - . . « llriviru A ti A lien " "
lie men in the state.
Policemen on lllcycles.
PllM.ADHl.PIIIA, May 7. The city of II'1 ..'i"','.;1'..>.!!i
Philadelphia has as a recognized part
of her police system a number of offi-
cers mounted on wheels, who aro fa-
miliarly known us the "bicycle
squad." There are an even dozen of
them. They are distributed through- Notice
out tho various districts, especially
where any great amount of driving
makes a mounted patrol essential, and
by their efficient services have more
than justified their creation.
Hen. Casey to Ho Ketlred.
Washington, May 7.—On Friday
next llrig.-tlen. Thomas L. Casey will
be put on the retired list on account of
age, and then, when Col. Henry L.
Abbott is retired for the same cause on
August 13, there will be only an even
half hundred left on active duty who
were commissioned officers in tho reg-
ular service when the civil war opened,
or when the bombardment of Fort
Sumter began, on April lli, 1801.
Deadly Quarrel lit an Election.
Chiiti.k Ciikkk, Col., May 7.—News
has just reached hero that Samuel
Taylor and Robert Wyett were shot
and killed at Trjtte schoolhouse, 5
miles from here, to-day, by M. Had-
cliffe. The shooting, it is said, re-
sulted over the school election, which
is being held there.
! allowance of such proof, or who known of any
j substantial reason, under the law and the rcgu-
i latioi s of the Int rior Department, whyi ueh
wed, will Ik* KWen an
portunlty at the above menti nod time and
plac. to or«>Hx examine the witnesses of ~nid
claim nt, und to offer • vldenee in rebuttal of
that submitted by claimant.
II. M. Dll.I.KY
Dknton, Tex., May 7.—Peter Har-
monson and wife, well known citizens
of this county, were drowned yester-
day afternoon while attempting to
cross Denton creek. It is thought
their infant baby was also drowned
Unger*' Vindication I.ooked for.
Topkka, Kan., April 80.—Judge
Thacher, Senator Rogers' principal at-
torney in the investigation, confidently
looks for a report acquitting his client
of the charges filed by Cyrus Leland.
He says that if tho report be adverse ho
will take the case into the courts.
ItooHevelt'H Possible Successor.
Washingrox. April 30.—It is report-
ed on excellent authority that Col.
William (i. Rice, of Albany, N. Y., will
succeed Theodore Roosevelt as civil
Uuttor The supply of b itter Is Incrcaslngr ev-
eryday with only a fair demand from the trade.
Kxtra fancy separator, 1 r £,IM •; fair. l.* e; dairy,
fnncy. firm. IV; fair. Ilnl-'c: store paciccd,
PJttMc. fair, packed, H !>c packing, weak, 5
<t£rte; old, 4e stale butter Und-; no sale.
Fruit-Apples, supply mo.lorate; market
steady on goo-l apple i> -t fancy stand,
-.00; common tochol varieties. <■' 0) (.1.00.
Str.iw'.i •. ries Kiori-l i. ?:«. u ai 0) Texas and
Arkansas, fresh stock. rJ.-Vfc.'.'*) per caso:
Missis .|;ini M ' :..VI ja r crate
Ve ■ • :• ■ •••• th ■ inircat is firm;
ordlu.irv • «' ):" n • i. I '■ >" s per bu.;
sweel i •' red. s-ir-. U ■ £,: • per bu.J
yolloA . • !': i'i an i Colorado,
marl; Ti i u n r.i pu.irl. wilts,
Notice Tor 1'ublicntion.
i,nlid (Ullee at Okliibomu O. T., Apr 1805
Notice i hereby irlven tliatthe loilowlnjr-
nanieil sol lor lias tiled notice of his intention
to make I al proof in support ol Ills claim,
ami 'irti iii proof will be made before S. .1.
W ilk ins P dm t e Jucltfe. at Norm in 0. T. on
ibert T Lewis,
c 2.'. twp ! ii, range :i v
I o 1111 w i u ir witnesses to
csldenco upon and ei
is hereby i
i .Ml!e l Het Her IIled notbi-'is
ui ike tinal proof in support < i
iiki tInn sill.I proof will be made !n
I * llkins, I'lob to '.ludffO at • n
ui- Mil- n is«r , r/.
ItaNi lnill i
n, AiiKUct IT dim
Toledo. \ :. Dot
ick by lig
and instantly killed.
A severe windsti
Joseph, Mo., Friday
down a number of ho
a number of people.
rm visited St.
night, blowing i
s utjd injuring ;
A tornado pa:
Falls, S. 1).. Frii
small section of
The tirst annui
Kansas and Xebr
I'd notice of I. i illicit io
II mirpoitof II - e'ulin. mi
■ made before .1, \\ IIkl '
n night and
u says the
m d members
sters of that
ctv of the
1 lot be N li 11 Sec \'w i> III N ('<. I W.
Ih i ames the foil.iwlnv wlliie.-srs to | rove
, ii s continuous lesidnice u on and cultiva-
tion ol said lull.I, \ ii.
I !'. tiilkev. l i nuns (•'ranee, Ainos tirlbblo, of
Hleo,0T P J i town,ol Nurmsu, T,
Any person who desires to ; rotolt against tho
Mib'sUnt'hkl rca'soil under !he biw auWho reK™'
.ations of the Interior Depu tineot hy such
oi'i'ortuiuty at the above mciilioiied time ami
claliuHtit, nml to oiler evidence in tebuttal of
that submitted by claimunt
11 m. Dim.kv ItcKbter.
Notice For rtihlicaiion.
band Otlioe at Oklahoma, okla., Mar.
I.aud ' dice at Oklaboina O 'l1, March :i0 1SS(">.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the followliiK-
nained settler lias tiled notice of his Inten-
tion to make IImi I proof In support of I.In
la i in. and that said proof will be in ii do be-
on* S .1 Wilklns, l'robate Judge at Normun
) T on May. -it IMC. viz:
John D. Kendrick
for loti2& :i n e I of t ho s w I see 7 t p Kn r 'w im
i' naines the following wituessses to
prove his continuous roshicnto upon and
cult ivatlon of said land, vi/.:
N II Anderson I'rury Doiihani Pinker
J. Urown T. W, Jackson all of Norman <> T,
Any person who desires to protest against
tlie allowance of such proof, or who knows
ny substantial reason, undertlio law and
regulations of the Interior Department,
why such proof should not be allowed, will
be given an opportunity at the above men-
tioned time and place to eross-examino the
t uesses of said claimant, and to oilier evi-
tn e in rebuttal of that submitted by
It. M. Dll.I.KY, iteglstor
.Notice For Publication.
I .and Oflice
Not I e 1- li
at Okiiiboina <> T March ::o IH*.i5
reby given tbatth<* loll wing
tier lias tiled notice of bis inten-
tion to make tin I proof in support ol bis
lain), and thatBiiid proof will Ih-made he-
ore S J \ iiklns Probate Judge* at Norurtu
0 T oil May -it IMir>. vi/.:
for the A e I I see twp it u range 2w I
He names lie foilowlnir witnesses to prove
his com inuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said I and, vi/.:
Itobt Auoll, M. MeCtlnley.J O. Kvans, \N'.
O. Oolcmaii all of No. man t . T.
Any person who desire* to protect against
the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of an.v substantial reason, under tlie law and
regulations of tin* tnte ior i epartmeni way
BUeli proof sir uld not be uliowed, v*ill bo
itiven an opportunity at the nbo*e mention-
ed time and place to cross examine tho wit-
nesses of said claimant, and o idler evidence
lu rebuttal of hat submitted by claimant
It M Oil lev, It > later.
Notice For i'lihiicntioii.
Oflice at Oklahoma O T April 'JO IKSiB.
Ice Is hereby given (but the following-
d settler has filed notice of his inten-
to make final pioof in support, ol his
ciaiin. and that said proof will be made be-
fore S J W ilkins i'r iliate .! ud^e at Norman O
Ton June 15 IMC. \ i/.:
U i 11 ia in Miller.
for the lots 7-8 & w. a w. of Sec 'U Twp u
range 1 west.
the following wltnessos to prove
his continuous residence upon uud cultiva-
tion of. said land viz:
\V. 1' Norman, J. 1 . Cao-liaw, I". (i. (.'amp-
hell. J . .M Oar moil, all of Norman (). T.
Any person who desires to protest, against
the allowance of siieli proof, or who knows
of any substantial ieason, under the law and
the regulations of tho interior Department
w by such proof should not he allowed,
he given an opport unit
tinned tline* and place to or
witnesses it said claimant.
deuce in rihuttal of that
' at tlie abov
o cross-examine the
int. and to offer evi-
. m. dH.I.KV,
band oflice at Ok!alio
. tho 'oil
Notice s hereby glv
named settler bus tiled notieo ot bis int
ti.,n to make liual proo in support of liis
claim, and th-.t said proof will lie made lie
fore S, J, Wi kins Probate Judge, at Normal
o,T. on May .1 1895. viz:
for the i
ivp s r
m. vv. tio«s, Taos liowery,
and W II. will > . all or Noble O T.
An> per.-on m Ial dec'ires to p.otesi. against
the allow ance of micIi proof, or Tho Knows of
any substantial reason, under tho lav. and
the regulations ot 11 e Interior Department,
whi such pro*;t should not bo ah > wed. wi I
he given an ' pportuni'A to tho above ucn-
tioned time a> d ; :re to oross examine the
deuce ill S| el uital'« t' lha'i siihuittU'd by c
Notice ..f Pi
Oki aiioma fity.o, T., Mai. IrtiS
Notice is hcrchv given t int the follow
iiame<' settler• Ints filed notice of lii- i: t«-i.
to make tinal pnmf ill ruplHirt of his « I i:n,
that sahl prooi wii I-e made before S ,1 Willi
probate judqe, at Norman, O. T. on .May. '£i
r the i
of said hi lid vlx:
J i llai r s, I .annas Fi
of 11 i.o, ot., I' J brow
Any person who do
L- . f ►
1 A non Cribble
lid ti *' hi
jsscs of .-a
Notice for 1'uhllratioii.
I.and Oflice at Okiaiioma () T Feb ai, isu." .
Notice Is hereby given that the following-
named set tlor has tiled notice of Ids Intention
to make tinal pro d In support of his claim,
and that said proof will be uisde l>efore S J
Wlikliis, Probate Judge; ut Norman 0 Ton
May 11 1895, viz:
for the s e 1-4 sec 5 twp s n range 1 west .
He names the following w itnesses to orove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said Und. viz:
John If Dlolim, Jolinlloffinan, Martin
Sciieurich and Tiiouias Ketaing all
of Norman O T Any peraon «ho dealrei
to protest against the allowance
of a ucn proof, or who knows of ai f aubatan
tlal reufoii. under the law and the rerulatlooa
of the luterlor Dcnartinont. why such proof
should not he allowed, will be given an op-
port unit y at the abore mentioned time and
pia etO cross-examine the wltucasea of laid
claimant, and to offer evidence la rebuttal of
ih at aubmltted by claimant.
B. II. Dillbt-
In the District Court, Third Judicial District,
lu and for Cleveland County, Oklahoma
Jos. Hternberg and Jos. Stern, partners
under the lirm name of Sternberg
& Stern, Plaintitr's
S. E, Rluk -, Defendant.
To tlie said defendant, S. F. iilake:
You arc hereby notified that you have la-en
sued by the above named plaintiffs, Sternberg
A Stern, who tiled their petition In the above
entitled court In the said cause, on the 20th
day of March, lHJt'i. in which petition they ask
for judgment against you for the sum of
with interest thereon at 10 per cent per
annum from the 'S.\ Hay of December, 1 ho I,
with ten percent additional as attorneys fee.
and costs of auit; that said plaintiffs duly filed
tin affidavit for attachment therein, und an or
dei of attachment was duly issued and levied
upon yom goods and chattels in said county,
..ml said plaintiffs seek to have said nttached
property implied to the payment of their said
claim. N< w unless you answer said petition
on or before the 1 Ith day of May 189.">, the same
will be taken as true and judgment re dered
as prayed for, and the said attached property
he Hold for the satisfaction thereof.
\\ itaess my hand and the seal ol said
4 sbal f court, at my oflice In Norman, In said
county and territory, this 29th day of
W. II F.iikv, Clerk Hist Court.
l y Trcssa Meek, Deputy,
liutalord, brewer & Ross, Attys for plulntifl'.
Notice for 1*ubllcatio;).
tT. S. band Oflice at oklahoma oklahoma Tv.
Fob LT iWi:>,
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
named settler has filed notice of ids intention
to make final proof in support, of Ills claim,
uud that said proof will lie made before
S. J. Wilklns, Probate Judge at Norman, O.
T„ on May.0 IMI5, viz:
for tho n e l-l sec IH twp s n range 1 w.
He names the following witnesses to provo
ids continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of. said land vi/.:
TI... a as i iirren, J w Wilklns, W f) Davis
and W K Waltc u all of Norman OT.
who desires to protest against tho allowance
of such proof, or who knows of any substan-
tial reason, under the law and the regula-
tions of the Interior Department, why such
proof should not be allowed, will be givn an
opportunity at the above mentioned time
ami place to cross-examine the witnesses of
said claimant, and to offer evidence In rebut-
tal of that, submitted by claimant.
it. M. Dilley, ttoglster.
In the District Court of the Thiol Judicial
District io and icr "levi land county, Territo-
ry or oklahoma.
AdolphUK I) I'eterman, Pljliitifl'.
Swoffurd bros Dry-tloods Co., n
ereby notified that
ii bo ve entitlnl eati-e on the flth day ol March A.
!• I hi."., in srtiil District Couit in which pe-
tition hersks lor judgment nvalust you in the
sum of f!'_'lo damages f: r bn ach of contract,
and cost of suit; that said plulntifl' duly tiled
affidavits for attaidiment and garnishment in
said i huso, and order of nttai lniient. and sum
in n*in garnihbeincnt -were duly tssiu-d and
served theiein upon garuisho. s iu said cause,
and said plaintiff seeks to no e l.v provisional
remedy, in said action, debts owing you. a non
reshient torelgu corporal on.
Now you are hereby notified that unless jou
answer said petition on or before the Ith day of
May, A D. 1885, the same will be taken as true
ami judgement rendered for said damages and
co is, and appropriating debts owing from
garnishees tlier in for the satisfaction thereof.
itotsford, brewer tV: Hons, Attys for Plaintiff.
( i Attest: W. II. Fukv,
N'ot|cc for Publication.
:i 18-05 1*4*0 Offick At^
Oklahoma cIty March l 1
Notice is Hereby given that the followh
named settler has liled notice of liis intenti.
t . make tiiihI proof in support of IiIh claim a;
iii tsaid proof will be made bclore s i , \\ i
kius, probate judge al Norman, Okla, .
May Hi ltflt," '
:o tho s w 1, sec ."ti twp ti range 2 we>
lie mimes the following witnesses ti
nis continuous residence upon and cult
ot, said laud, viz.
D. A. Minor, It. C. Horry, Rob' Aui
Win Muagrove all of Korroan O. T.
Any | ci sell who desires to protest ago
allowance of such proof, or who knows
substantial reason, under the law and t
illations of the Interior Department, wl
proof should net he allow i d, will be u
"pporluuity at the above
W It IIV!
eii h\ e.aiui tit.
Fnocli II. Tilllro ),
for the n e ' see 10, twp'j n, r iage I w.
lie names the foil w ing \< itnesses p. pro
coiitiuuoiis residence upon und cultlvat
oiid l.iiiii. vi/.:
itced, T ii (iutli
md W ill Add
io desires to protest i giiinst th
■!) proof, or who knows of an
iantial rciiM.il, under the law and th
ations ol tlie interior Department, wh
prowl should not he allowed, will be iri vo
oportunity at the above mentioned tiui
saiu claimant, ;.ml to oiler evidence iu rebuttal
>f that submitted l.v cluiniaiit
M. M Dim rvr lt«glste
Notice for rubllcatlon.
I.am) Offic k Ai
• kt.\ti\ (). T. Man h, 15 isttt
f his i hii.n. and that
o. T Oil April -'0
T. He ii
n who th
i such |.r
s hereby given tliatthe following
11 lor ha - tiled notice of bis inten-
tion to make i a ti prool In suppot t <>t bit
claim, and that said proof will he made before
S.I Wilklns, Probate Judge, ut Noruiau. O T
on May Mth. \\/:
for the noil see 8 twp W. n range lw.
■ I . or w ho knows of and
ier the law and the regli-
nt tho interior Department, why sush
lioiiidnot U-allowed, will Im* given nil
a nit \ at the aoove mentioned time and
.cross examine the witnesses of said
nt. nml to offer evidence iti rebuttal of
bin 11 ted by claimant.
B. M. Di
Notice of Conic*!.
Ueforo Iho U. 8, I.and Oflice at Okla-
homa City O. T. March 25th. 189"..
Cornelius K. Hrooks pluiutlff.
Nancy XI. Elder Heir at I.aw of
Kendal Eldert flpceawd
("uiuplaint having lieut) entered at this
otliee by Cornelius F. Brooks, against
Nancy M, Filler wifo unci hoir nt law of
Ktudal Elder, deceased, who tuado II. E.
No -135 in tbo U. S. Land Oflice at Ok-
laboina City O, T, on April 28th 1892,
upon lots No. G & 7 of sec 12 twp 8 n r 3
w I l M in Clavolan '. county 0. T. alleg-
ing tlmt the said Keml I Elder li d whol
ly failed during his life tiino to estublis
bis residence upon, or in any way, fence,
cultivato or improve sni.l tract, nu I that
the said Nancy M. Elder, the wife and
heir at law of tho said Kendal Elder, de-
ceased, bad wholly failed to fence, culti-
vate or in any way improve said tract
hi nee tho death of the said Ketulnl Elder
and that said Kendal Elder bad ubendon-
i d said tract at the time of his death, and
that the *aid Nancy M. Elder, wife und
pif at law of the said Kendal Elder, bus
bnndoned said tract contiuously ever
isuep the death of the said Keudal Elder,
and for more than six months prior to the
tiling of tho affidavit of eontcst iu this
ease, an 1 alleging that said abandonment
has continued to exist until, nml does
exist at tbo preseut time, with a view to
! the cancellation of said entry, tho said
parties aro hereby summoned to appear
1 at tho lr. 8. Land Oflice at Oklahoma
j ( ity O. T. on the 30th day of May 1895,
I at nino oclock a m to respond and fur
, niah testimony, concerning said nllcgas
H M. Dii.i.KY.
IIUO Y*H WASTH
An Elegant Residence or a Store Buildiug?
IOo you contemplate putting up a building of any kind?
if you do call and see me and let me give you figures. I
have been contracting in Norman for several years and
M. E. MANIRE,
Contractor and Bui! 'er.
G. W. GARMAM MFC* CO.
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known and planted every-
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I I you are, come to the
1 STATE DEMOCRAT.
fit has alp'.Jy saved the farm-
jits ol Cleveland County
■Sever ! Hundred Dollars on
1 Stheii final proof notices, and
?is still saving them money.
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d other Bpcelaltlea f«.r
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Lost. An iiiiibr«*ll.i ln-lwccit the
rt'HiilciK'o of Prof. Dfliitrr jiik! \V.
>[. Nmvt'll, fiinlcr pit*;. - rchirit lo
this oflic e mid ohliijc.
lmp^rtsd Clydfisda'.e, Percliero:i and Sliel-
lenl Pony Slallions. anil Jack.
Take nc Substitute.
list 011 having W. L,
1)01 GLAS* M1IOES,
jPF3 with name an<l prlco
stamped on bottom. Ssold by
ti'1 all llms
G L. ABBOTT. Pnop , No
(QECULIAR in coinhiiiiiiiun. p,
■ portion and prcimrulionof inurcdi
cnU,IIoo(l'«SarHupurillu -^n iit
curative value. Younlioultl TRY IT.
parade and public ex •
i or day parade look p
noon uud. after win ! ;
business center of t! •
Rion broke ranks tit t Si
ball, where tbere w
prize turn in if, aingin r
1 b Im k< .
■ May lift In n
ee this after-
i .• the proces*
\ rora Turner
• • • iea, music
1 t il. iicinif
? I III1() 1
uii of S •
iler 1 lie law ;.i «i 11>«- reyulHtiote* ol the Inter-
li.r l)e|>iu tniciit. why tnich proof nboul<i not
be nllowc.l. will be ulveu an 11 nity ut
tbenlK)\e mentlODoU time ami place to ero
ex a 111 ire tl.c wIIiichsch of «al<l elaliiiunt, and
tn offer evidence lu rebuttal of that sul.mlt-
im m . [atmailt. h M Dh.i.ky,
Ohnmbcrlain'o liyo uud Skin Ointment
is tin jii'illed for Eczema, Tetter, Salt-
Hlieutu, Siilii Jletul, Sore Nipples, Chapped
IlatulK, ItcldiiK I'iKs, Hums, Frost iliteu,
Chronic Sure lives and Granulated KyeLids.
For stile by druggists at cents per box.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con-
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They tone un the system, aid digestion, cure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
new life to an old or over-worked horse.
cents jier package. For sale by druggists.
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Heml two new subscribers with
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Heiul four new subscribers with
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two years without cost.
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Address THK RKITnMC.
St. I.ouis, Mo.
W Hint aid for t e season
1KD."), on my faiui one mile 11
corporation of Norman, acros
north of tbo Odd Fellows ("emet
These horses aro all pri/.o
have never been beaten vet
or territory and took lirst ai
fall, at tho Normal , t'leveln
The draft hoi>e is tl.i
for tbo farmer toraisi
to raise the best. Co
as it is a plcasnro to
breeding will boshowi
T'khms:—Theie Stallio s will stand
-I" at d Jack ot - 111 1 . ure v
foal. 1 'a: 11<--. soiling or ti ling m ire
removing her from the «. >, 1 •. witi.
the written oouKMit of 1 I. a : . tt.
fe.ta tho iiisurauco. Can will be ta
to prevent accidents but 1 will not b •
sponsible should any o-oar Ibis *t
will stand servko < n my farm overv <
hi the week except Sundays. will
breed marcs on tliat day .
ipj. 1 a toil
G. L. ABBOTT
(l.-hm'hans v?. \X i i iti',is.
THE HEHCHANT TAILORS.
Ar« 1 rltt j first class merchant
liM...rln/r business, and invite j-ou to
1 1 " ' 1,0 11 sending or truing out
1 city for ' dlor niadi «lotblna. \\'e
UiugM, Paints, Oils, Glass
Wall Paper, Stationery,
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 104, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 8, 1895, newspaper, May 8, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116696/m1/4/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.