The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1901 Page: 11 of 18
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THE CHANDLEK NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1901.
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Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Guthrie, Oklahoma. .
August 8. 1901.
Notice is hereby t;iven that the followlng-
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make tlnai proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before 1. H. |
Knapp. II S commissioner at ('handler, I) 1 on
September 34, 1901, viz:
WILLIAM E. DAVIS,
of Chandler. Okla.. for lots 3 and 4 and south
half northwest quarter section I township 14,
north, of range 4 east.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz _
Elmer E. Harris, George T Dawson. John U
Eckard, Anton Habrock. all of Chandler, I) 1
JOHN J. BOLES. Reg ster.
Special Correspondence to The News.
Health is good in this vicinity. '
Cotton picking will soon begin.
The Santa Fe survey went one half mile
east of Parkland.
The Fairview district is building an addi-
tion to their school house.
S. H. Spicer sold the remaining 100
acres of his homestead last week to George
Rev. William Hostetler is holding a series
of meetings at the valley center school
house three miles east of Parkland.
George Nash and N. W. McDowell
returned from northwest Missouri, Noda-
way county, last Friday, they report crops
good in that country.
Miss Maggie Williams formerly of this
place but now a clejk in the Cyclone store
in Guthrie is visiting friends and relatives
here this week.
Don't forget that Behr's Department
Store has the best line of tailor made cloth-
ing for men and women.
Buy the line of legal blanks printed by
The News and get the statutory form, of
8 15—9 19 7109
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
• Land Office at Guthrie, O. T.
August H, 11)01
Notice is hereby given that the follow
In.; named settler has filed notice ot his
intention to make final proof in support
of his c aim, and that said proof will I e
made before T. B. Knapp, I'. S. Commis-
sioner, at Chandler, O. T., on
September 25, 1901, viz:
of Chandler, Okla . for the northeast quarter
section 32, township 14 north of range 4 east.
He" names the following: witnesses to
prove his continuous resilience upon and
cultivation of'said land, viz:
Peter .1 Rohlinger, Thomas 13 Nichols. Eugene
Bently, Sam Combs, all of handler. Okla.
JOHN J. BOLES. R gister.
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CD ui* Stock of
Miss Jennie Threadgill, of Norman, is a
winner in one of those decisive beautiful |
women contests and the Transcript thinks
she should represent the territory at the St.
The anti-saloon league has set apart Sun-
day, August 25, as a day for the churches
to especially consider the temperance move-
Secretary Wm. Grimes says the progress
of Anadarko is substantial, even though it
lacks the advertising which Lawton gets.
DRY QOObS, 5H2E5, GROCERIES,
is the most* complete in the county. NEW GOODS
T7 C n P r\ We are prepared to make the lowest possi-
KLI 14-./ lDLA ble prices on anything in our line.
WE INVITE COMPETITION.
The custodian of the forest reserve in
the new country will ^be a forest ranger,
salary $60 per month.
* See the Leader Grocery
prces on good goods.
for the best
Only one fare plus $2.00
August (i and 20,
September ■'> and 17.
Ticket s'good iti tourist
sleepers and chair cars.
Personally conducted. The
Santa Pe route most directly
reaches the fertile valleys
great trade centers and
noted tourist resorts of
Grand Canon of Arizona
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for good fresh mere
at LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES, we know
YOURS TO PLEASE,
ncQd<J<4f1Y & OjNNINQtldn.
Department of the interior
United States Land ottice, Uutlirie, Okla.
•lime -.'7. t«01.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed ill this office by .lames Crawford, contes-
tant, against homestead entry No. UHtW, made
March 28. 1803, for southwest quarter section
27. toVnsliip II north, range I cast, by Charles
Seay. contestee. in which it is aliened that lie
is well acquainted with the land in the above
named homestead entry and that the same
has not been improved, cultivated or caused
to.be cultivated by the heirs of Charles Seay.
who departed this life in April. 1897; that no
improvement or cultivation has been made or
caused to be made by any of the heirs of
I'harlfis Seay. deceased, since his death and
that said default still exists. Said parties are
hereby notified to appear, respond and offer
evidence touching said allegation at 10 o clock
a. m. on September 17. 1901, before the Regis-
ter and Receiver at the United States Hand
office in Guthrie. Okla. *
The said contestant having, in a proper affi-
davit filed, June 10. tflOt, set forth facts which
show that after due diligence personal service
of this notice can not be made, it is hereby or-
dered and directed that such notice be
given by due and proper publication
John J. Hot.l.s. Register
Liquor License Notice.
Chandler, Oklahoma. Augusts, 1901.
named persons have tiled in Hit; olllce of the
county clerk application and petition for a
license to sell mult spiritous and vinous liquors^
at retail in the county of Lincoln find territory
of Oklahoma, and that unless remonst rance be
filed as required by law within two weeks
from*the first publication of this notice, the
law being complied with, such license will be
of Chafidler. Okla.. on lot H block ?, in the town
of Chandler, Lincoln county, Oklahoma.
II. 10. Stbaughkn,
First publication Aug. H, 19U1. * ouuty Clerk
In the the district court of of the first judieia
district of Oklahoma Territory, held within
and for Lincoln county said territory.
Samantha A. Terrill, plaintiff.
Harvey C. Lucas and Katie F. Lucas, de-
The above named defendants, Harvey C.
Lucas and Katie F. Lucas, are hereby notified
that they have been sued by the above named
plaintiff in the above named court and that
plaintiff has tiled her petition in the office
the said district court at Chandler, in said 1
That said action against said defendants Is
to cause the cancellation and annul!ment or a
certain deed of conveyance purporting to
have been given I > v plain till to the defendants
on or about August 2nd, 1WW, conveying to de-
fendants the north one half of the northeast
quarter of section twenty, township seven-
teen north, of range three east, in Lincoln
county, oklahoma territory, and that plaintiff
be adjudged the sole exclusive and absolute
owner in fee simple of said real estate and
that plaintiff's title thereto be quieted.
T hat said defendants and each of them must
answer said petition so tiled by plaintiff on or
before the 13tli day of September. MHU, or said
petition will be takenas true and judgment ren-
dered in favor of plaintiff and against defend-
ants as prayed In said petition, that is, that
guardians ad litem will be appointed for each
of said defendants, that said guardians will be
required to answer said petition that said
alleged conveyance and deed will be adjudged
false, fraudulent and forged: that the same
will be annulled, cancelled, set aside and held
for naught: that plaigtilT will be adjudged the
sole* exclusive and absolute owner in fee 0
simple of all of said realestate, and that plain-
tiff s title thereto will be forever quieted
against any claim, title, interest, or equity of
said defendants or either of them, or any per-
son whomsoever claiming under >r by virtue
of said pretended conveyance, in and to said
real estate or any part thereof. an<J that plain-
tiff will recover her cost in this case expended
together with such other and further relief as
may appear just and equitable to the court.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
at my office at Chandler in said county this
August 1st, 1901. M, o. Hart.
iSeitt] . Clerk of district court.
lSy O. E. UUI.i.ahd,
Hoffman & Embry. Attorneys for plaintiff.
School district warrants,
75 cents at News office.
100 in a book,
Address C. L.
Agent A. T. &. S.
F. R'y, Topeka, Kans.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Guthrie, O. T.
August H. 1901.
Notice is.hereby tdvi n that tn.e foi; w
ing named settler has filed notice of his
Intention to make final proof in sui p rt
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before S. A. Corde 1.
fudge, .at Chandler, O. T„ r,n
September 27, 1001: viz:
JOHN M FISHER,
of Speer. Okla.. for the lots 3. 4, 5, and south-
east quarter of northwest quarter section fi,
township 15 north, of range 4 east I. M.
He names the following witn > ses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
N. W. Brown, Charles T Osborn, Speer. O T.
Aaron A Power, Ida, Okla., E. D Bradlield,
JOHN J. BOI.ES, Register.
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CHAN DLER, OK LAI IOM A.
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