The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THE GUYMON HERALD,
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R. B. QUINN.
ftawrtd t tM post oA<*« at Oaynon,
0.1, for traasmiMion through the mail*
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•olatni.. si gla ebloum tdvartia«msBt
lf> or tit* par ineh.
Trsiii# Lmii *• Follows:
Golden Stat* Liniiu-d.No.43, 12.58* m
California Mail and Ex-
press. No. 2.40 p m
Local Freight, No. 75. ti. 15 p tu
Golden Slate Limited. No. 44, 1.43 a m
California Mail and Ex.
pre**. No 3u 2.04 p m
Loca: Freight. No X ... 11.8 a n.
No*. 43 and 44 do not take on
passenger* at this station.
for aietpiag Mr raa«r vat iona, ticket*
time table*, et«., apply to any Kock lalaoii
ticket agaui. L. M ALLEN,
General PaMtnger Agent.
Chic ago. Illinois
Bc.'iw will be found nouce alren of (be
regular preaching service* u> be Ije.d In Ou> -
woo M K. church, and by whom conducted
Kir t Sunday each month II a m and 7JU t m
Fourth Sunday eacb month II am
W O Kaarcy
Pastor M K church. Mouth.
Third Sunday each month II a m and 7Jb pm
J N Marshall.
Paator Baptist church.
Second Sunday each month II a m and7Jupm
fourth Sunday each month 7.*) p m
Pastor M. K church.
Union Sunday school 10 o'clock a m
w H langston.
Sunday School Superintendent
By I. D Harris, pastor M. E. oburcb
Some Important Points in the
McGuire Statehood Bill.
There aha 11 be 110 delegate* to the
constitutional convention, the dis-
tricts to be apportioned by the gov-
ernor and chief justice of Oklahoma
and the senior iudg? and corurninsioner
to the fite civilized tribe* in the
Within sixty day* after the approval
of the act, the governor of Oklahoma
and the senior judge of the Indian
Territory shall by proclamation order
the election of constitutional conven-
tion delegates. The prticlamation
must be issued at least sixty days
prior to the election.
The United States judges in the
Indiau Territory are made the election
and canvassing boards.
The capital remains at Guthrie until
1WI0, when it may be moved at an
election to be provided for by the
The constitutional convention dele-
gates must meet the first Tuesday after
There is an expresi provision per-
mitting the maintenance of separate
The bill provides for seven con-
gressional districts to which Okla-
homa s 1,500,000 inhabitants more than
The territorial officer* continue in
charge until the ratification of the
constitution and the election of state
officers and representatives to
A* the Indian Territory has no
school lands, provision i* made for
U e appropriation of • 1««.ih)0jnm) as an
addition to Oklahoma's school fund.
Section thirteen is reserved for the
use of the his,'her territorial schools,
the university and university pre-
paratory school getting one-third, the
Agricultural and Mechanical college
and Colored Agricultural Normal
university one-third, and the normal
school* or hereafter to be
established one-third Further divi-
sion of the funds derived from these
lands is left to the legislature.
The legislature may lease the
common school landsfor periods not to
exceed five years or may sell them,
giving preference right to the lessee.
Should other school lands be aold
preference right is also giren.
Further laud grants are made to the
Oklahoma scliools as follows:
University, 250,0110 acres; university
preparatory school, 13o,ouu acres;
A. and M college, 250,000 acres;
Colored A. and N. university, loo.mm
acres; the normal schools, 360,000
Restrictions upon the alienation of
surplus Indian lands are removed.
Three judicial districts arc provided
for, the court towns being: Kastern
district, Muskogee, Tulsa and South
McAlester; Southern district, Okla-
homa City, Ardmore and Lawton:
Northern district, Guthrie, Euid and
Provision is made for a permanent
In the taxation of lands and the sale
of liquors and other affairs pertaining
to Indians, the Slut* of Oklahoma
shall make no law or regulation which
it would have been competent for the
United States to make, should this act
Mrs. Kaudebaugfa'a mother, Mr*.
Harris, left for the east to remain
Mia* Turner, our teacher, is father-
ing home talent from the wild* of
Hardest) for the purpose of delivering
a brilliant play for Christmas. We
wish her success.
Mr. and Mr*. T. W. Jame* took the
train Tuesday for Kansaa City upon
receiving a telegram of the death of
Mr Jame-s' toother.
ROSS & JENT
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
GUYMON, 0. T.
Mr ^^tr. purchase*] a large YVagon Yard and
bunch of sheep from New Mexico, and
brought th«-m home Tuesday.
Our eelimaMe merchant. Mr. I
Bert rand, is is excellent spirit*, and
has been laughing ever since a trip to |
Guymon last week, for some reason
Mr. Ed Mitchell was leader of the '
Kpworth League Sunday evening. >
The topic lesson being "God's!
Prajer meeting at this place is
progressing nicely. A lively interest!
is manifested by auite a number of the
young people of this vicinity. Let the
good work go on.
We understand there are two
families moved on their claims, south
of Hardesty four or five miles, by the
names of Beck and Messenger. The
former from Battle ( reek, Michigan,
the latter from Ohio.
Turkeys seem'to be a pretty scarce
article in this neck of the wood*.
Times are not like they used to be.
No more turkey raffle*. Whosky.
Wp Demand Cash For Livprv tfigs.
Star Lumber Company
A general line of Lumber, Fence Posts, Coal, Brick for Flues and
Foundations. Call on us for first-class
GOOD TABLE SERVICE
Rates, $1.00 to ti.25 per Day
H. M. SPRAGUE,
School Shoes. The kind that last.
At Denny Bros. A Latham.
We pay the highest market price for
HIDES. Star Mercantile Co.
First published December 7.1 tut
Department of tbe Interior. Ualtad Ststaa
Woodward. O. T.. November M l/t
A sufficient contest affidavit bavin* been
filed id tbls office by George H froater
contestant mum Homestead Entry No
IS*: made July 10. l 8. se* Section ft
Township I N Kanre 13 E.. C M . by Robert
F. (jitmon conteatee. In whlcb It to alleged tbat
said KobertK Gibson has wholly abandoned said
tract of land for a period of more than ij
months ilnce making said entry and next prior
to the date herein, that be has failed in any
manner to Improve or cultivate said land that
be never did establish residence on said land
and such default has never been cured and
said alleged tbsence from said land was not due
to hi* employment In tbe army navy or marine
corps of the 1'nlted States In time of war
In *nv capacity whatever.
Ssid psrtie* (re hereby totlfled to atmear
rescind and offer evidence touching said
allegation at 10 o clock a. m., on April .*)
INI. before R H yuinn. a U. S Court
Commissioner In and for Beaver county o T
•t his office at Cjuymoo. o. T . and that final
neann* wui be held at 10 o'clock a m on
May If l e before the Ke«i t«r and
Kecelvrrst tbet nited States Land office in
VI <M>a*ard. •>. T.
The said contestant having, in a prouer
affidavit tiled Nov. so. Iise set forth facta
which show that after due diligence personal
service of this notice cannot bemad* It Is
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due and proper publication
Dick T Morgan. Register
Mr*. U. J. Warren of Guymon
is vigitinic at the home of her
parentH, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Hultz
Willis Williamson |* i|ulte sick.
Horn-to Mr. and Mrs. Drove*-
Mrs, J.C. Denison Is improving.
John Mitchell of Hange a as In
this vicinity on business Thursday.
Tom Denison returned to Dalhart,
Dick <iuiu was In Guymon Sunday
Horace Fry has gone to Hansford!
Miss Mabel Ingold, formerly of
Hange, Okie., and Mr Willie A,n<>n
were married November 22d at Sun
Mernardlno, California. Miss Ingold
resided near Itangc for several vears
and Is highly esteemed by all who
knew her We hope the young couple
may spend many happy years
(First published December 7 IWK)
Depsrtment of the Interior United State*
Woodward. 0. T . September ti 1906.
«iA.?ufll,'tenl Conlest affWsvit listing been
filed In this office by Fred W Young, con-
testant sgainst Homestead Entry No. 1W754
made September B l Q for the Se* Section
Township 5 N Range IS E. r M by J nie
W Haker contjstee in which it ia alleged
that said James W Haker has wholly aban-
doned the said land for a period of more than
I". paM l',*, he hM never estab-
lished residence thereon since maklnu said
h * h * failed to improve the
said land In any manner snd hai fsUed to cultl-
vate the same eicept to hire a few acres of
sod broken out sometime dunng the month of
August IIW; that he has failed to comply with
the requirements of the homestead laws and
has subsequently made no attempt to cure said
Said parties are hereby notified to appear
re-pond #nd offer evidence touching said alle^
gation at 10 o clock a. m on February li i<*m
fore R. H Uulnn. a I' S Court i 'ommissloner
m snd for Beaver county, u T at Uuymon «)
1 snd that final hearing will be held at 10
o clock a m. on March I before tbe
. and ^',elvpr 0" I'nlted States
l«and m W<MK)warrl O T
^ miS 5O0!',lrm ''a4 :n< ,n ^"r-er affl-
dasit tiled Septemtier In Ii*ft set forth facts
which show thai after due diligence persoDBi
service of this notice cannot he made it t
hereby onlered ami directed thst such notice
be given by due and proper publication
Dick T Morgan Register
Mrst Published December 7 IMA
Department of the Inlenor. I'nlted States
I .and Office.
Woodward I). T September SI. 10ft
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
died in this office by (ieneralK lllcber con-
testant against Homestead Entry No tliMu
made March is. Its*, for Ne<s Section 33
To.nshipS Hsuge H K. C M by j£ A
Smith contfstee in which It ls alleged that
Joe A Smith has wholly abandoned the said
land for a period of more than sii months
last fast siuce makng said entry that he baa
whoUy faied to take up and establish his
residence upon tbe .aid land since Disking sawl
entry that he has failed to Improve or culti-
vate tbe said land In an v manner whatsoever
eicept to break out about an acre and a half
about two vears ag... ihat be has failed to
comply with the homestead laws in an> man-
ner since making said entry snd that he baa
subsequently made no eflort Ui cure said de-
Said parties are hereby notified to aptiear
resisind snd offer evidence touching said'
sllegatlon st lo o'clock a, m on February lo
ijie before K. H ijulnn a U 8. tkiurt Com-
missioner In and for Heaver county t> T and
that final hearing will lie held st 10 o clock a
m. on February 11 iis« i^fore the Regis.er
!,0^Re5"v!I Volt* *tstes land office
In WiMKlwsrd. O. T
The said contestant havlog in a nn>ner
•Hi1 VI lll*dw Sepl w *** ""t 'orth facta
whlcb show that, after due diligence personal
service of this notice cannot he made It t*
hereby ordered and directed tbat such notice
be ft * en by due andjiroper publication
Dick T. Morgsn. Register.
K T. GUYMON, President
4. H MuLVaaa, Viee-President.
JOHN H. LOTT, Cashier.
Geo. K Kluso*, Assistant Cashier.
Capital Paid Up
.. $15,000 00
A General Banking Busine99 Transacted.
E. T. Guymon, John R. Mulvane, Chas. Summers, Geo. E. Ellison.
James K. Hitch, E. C. Summers, John H. Lutt.
Affords a service that insures its patron#
safety, reliability and every proper
facility their business may require.
LATH, LIME. BRICK
AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL m
f\ COMPLETE STOCK. COME AND SEE US.
J5t0 5o Humbcr Co.
FRANK «2. MEEK, Manager.
GUYMON, 0. T.
(Flrsi published Iteceml>er T. Iduftl
Depsrtment of the Interior. I'nlted Ststes
l.iind i Mliee.
WiNdlwaril t) T, Heplemlier It. IlliS
A sufficient contest affldatii hsviiia lieen
Hied in this office hy je*M. c W.id eTJ!
testani sgslnsi llomeatead Eairy No iw*«
made November II. iv«rt for the Ne«« Section
[' «o usM|> N range |* k c M by
l^consrvl Hngitu contestee In which It !■
slleged thai l^oimnl Hogan bss wholly ab*u
doned i hi said tract of land for a penod of
mote than Mi months last pas) since making
s"d emu that saltl entryaiaa has abollv
fsiledtotske op t,d esuiiiish his residence
npon ihe >sld land since umklng said entry
tliat be if. failed to Improve or cultivate the
said land In mi} uiannar whatmevei sin. e
'f1'1 ,h'" ^ h"* ,0 Msaiy
" boinest«ad ls«s lu any manner ahat
meter vine* making .aid entr> and that sutne-
Seteetl ''** """k "" l'9"r, lo t'ur® said
Maid parties are hereby notified to appear
res|« nd and offer evidence touching id alle-
gation at 10-1 ■
fore It II
In and for __ __
I anil that Hiial hearing w«"tl he he'idTt Vo
oeluokia m on Fab it iwn before the Keg-
which show thai after due diligence personal
ai«rv i«a of Kta. *..vsi... "T1 . ,w
. I '"V'"s -"'u sue- r*M«md and offer ev
I H guinn . H K'foriR fig
moii ti T snd that dual hearing will tie held
at |0odock * m on FeBruart e iitit before
the HegMler and HecHlter al the Culled
States l^tnd office lu Wnodwanl ti T
The said coiiteatant IK' ng in s prot>er sr
Odstlt lilei! Setnemlier I# ivlft ««•( forth li.:,
servieV Jf tiMa'aoila*'SSTfcTJSTtl "f!'r,hlr
barehv ordered and dlr*otad lhsl such m.ti*£ I h/rVh? '"'.Uy, esnn.it i ma i.
b* «<sa b, due snd^iper^.n,., be ^ jdT. ^
• W""- M**tv*r I u#h ,
Blanks for Sale
The Hekald has in stock t
Attorney's authority blanks.
Affidavit and order of service
Bills of sale.
Kflease of mortgage (real
Affidavits of service of contest
Affidavit of notice posted on
Com plaint, justice of the peace.
Hond for Costa, justice of the
Criminal Subpena, justice of
Summons, justice of the peace.
Ko&d Overseer's Receipts for
poll tax paid in work.
Koad Overseer's Notice to
attend and work road.
Hkhai.d, Ciuymon, 0. T.
Th« Boy or Girl
Who Will Oet If New Mubacrtbsrv
THE KANSAS CITY WEEKLY JilT'RN AL
25 Cents a Y«ar, Each
- - mum- Am«mntlng to |R un and sending tbe names and
a m on February It I 1 su.oiiut lo The Journal Compao). Itb and
... n I % Court < « ininl^,onrr 9ir^«u. Kaum* Oil* Mo will
H^iivrr ooudo or at Out m liHl M i i mrtit po9tM« pr«unld
thui Mil *1 ho A filial Mill lo. I tea I.I
A KKAt'TIFt'L WATCH AN0 CHAIN
This offer atplres Jan I 1MB
thb kansah city journal
Kansa* City. Me
Canvas, Canvas, Camas gloves
Denny Bros, d Utham.
An.ma tenilng a dltHi and daaerlMlon may
<a|e*ly a*>'«rtain our opinion fraa wh.ihsr an
Invention la probably aaUBtaMaCoaiBBnlea.
Uonastrietlr^mfldentlal. NMBIOMun I'a.enu
sent free IIMM agency fur awurlng paienta.
Patents Ukeo thmugh Munn A Co. resales
IprrtaJ aatte*. wit boot charge. In the
A handsomely lltwatrated weekly. Isnrest etr-
ralatlon of any . ihumOc )• urnal, Tertna, S3 a
The Ladies of Hie Sew Ontury
Club will hold a Bazaar of Christnia's I
Novelties in the |Mistoflioe building
on Friday and Saturds v, Deoeniber
16 and 1(1. Donations *<iliclk>d.
First published Oeceinber 7 l««
Department of ihe Inlenor Cnited States
Wisidward (l T Krptrmht'r ti IH«
A sufficient contest alVlatit hsving lieen
died In this office hv Msrtlli IhalsoD.conteatant
agalnot Momestcatl Entry No tTJII uiade
June Iv DM for the Man NeS and NH
and Se>« Se«a lection If. township I N range
I4E.C M hy Wash W Hamilton ivmtesiee
in w hlch It is alleged thai Wash W Hamilton
has wholly abandonetl the aaid land for a
period of more than sli months lasi paM since
making auld entry thai he has whollt failed to
take up and establish Ms residence upon the
said land since making sld entry eicept to
*'a> on the land a few nights during the month
of December un that he has failed to lm-
Pmv* • t cultivate iha land in snv manner
whatsoever eicept to erect thereon a small
house lot and shed which said Improvements
he ha« disposed of and they have lieen re-
moved from the premises. Ihat In- has failed to
compli with Ihe Itotnmti'ad law* and that he
hai made no stiem|>t to cure iald defects
Said tiartles are herein noiiiied to sppesr
rciwiid and offer endem-e touching ««id aile-
E. WADE HIMES.
(Formerly of the Mangum Bar.)
Oeneral practitioner in all the courts,
^ears of conatant practice and axper-
ience before the Department in every
phase of the U. S. Land Law. Your
W. B. Dickey,
THE LAND MAN
*5OT qauk rmltt WtX
V¥f''l also buy and sell horses.
W. B. DICKEY
Guymon, 0. T.
J. R. WHARTON
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
Real Estate. Rental and
Prompt Attention to All Business.
GUYMON, 0. T.
A. B. TULL
Is permanently lo<5«t«d in Guymon and is prepared to do all kinds of
operations known to an up-to-date dentist, and guarantees satisfaction in
every operation. Crown and Bridge work is my specialty. Teeth extracted
without pain by a harmless anesthetic. Will give six months time on work
if reference is satisfactory.
Office oije block west of Sunjmers' Store.
Grafting at ©ur Store
If it's Groceries you want we can supply
your wants satisfactorily and at the right
price, the quality of our goods at all
times being up to a high standard of
excellence. You can, in all cases, save
money by doing your trading at our store.
SMITH & McCULLOUGH
We have a nice large stock of Gents'
Furnishing Goods, and at the right price,
too, Call, examine the goods, compare
prices and be convinced that our goods
are the cheapest, quality considered.
Agents for the "Star Brand Shoes"
Jackson Grain and Coal
6RAII, COIL, SALT, FIELD SEEDS, FLOUR AND MEAL
Wagon Yard and Sheds in Connection
GASH PAID FOR HIDES
GUYMON, 0. T.
November 7 and 21
December 5 and 19
Lowest ever made! Three-fourths of the iwulm- r,n
That buys a Round Trip Ticket, with thre? wS^atd
choice of routes if y „ go "a<K-k Island." *nd
So d only on above date. There are home-getting obuortuuiti,-
and investment opportunities In the Southwest todav Cwl™
gone tomorrow. Seue them now! * 06
Send for free, illustrated literature concerning the loralitv th«t
interests you and list of opportunities. locality that
J. A. Stewart,
Oss. Agent P.m. O.pl, 411-413 Bryant Bld|„
D. P. Rlaa.ll K"n"1 City. MO.
I S. GKOKUK, Pras.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or LI8KRAL, KANSAS.
Capital Paid In. • 126,00000
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