The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 191, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 19, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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THE IiUADJBR GUTHIUIO
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DEEDED IDE lOI.i
BECnt-TAnY SMITH RENDERS
HIS PIHST DECISION.
A LOT C0TOT OF 1MPCRTAKCE.
An riliiun I liTtl i Vrinii tin Interior
Department III din 0in f MIlU .
Siireil In NUiW'li ln lliilnliiu rtlii'
rrmrnlTiiMimlln Itoitil U At'
llrini'il llnw tln lllil Ilimril
if Arlillrullcm M'urkril.
The lncitl townsUo boaril yostortliiy
1 wived from tlio interior ilopiirtinotit
u 'lociKlon In tli hotly contcstcil lot
uiiti-st cane of Sncoil vs Ullli. involv
intr t'tli to tliu lot on Harrison iivenm
in lilock M This U Secretary KinlthV
llrst declHlon In lot casus nml Is of the
greatest lmporlun.ee to the people of
lluthrlo nml tho territory. The
opinion is given bo'oiv In full:
Dn'AimtnxT or tub Ixtkkioii )
Washington June 18 18UI f
Joshua A. Kills anil Constantino 1.
Sneeil Toutisitu Claimants (Juthrle
Tho Coinmisslonoi' of tho Uunerul
Sir This controversy arises out of
the applications of .louhua A. Kills
uml Coiistantlne 1. Snred filed before
the Hoard of TownMlc Trustees No. 1
nsslgnud to Outhrlc Oklahoma on
t-ep omber 11) 1SID for lot No. 11
blojk No. f8 according to the author-
ized survey of that town.
Kills bases his claim upon a title le-
rlved through numerous iiesiio con
veyances from William Canning and
.1 W. Draco to whom tho Mayor ftml
Council nf lliilhrie had Ustied war
ranty certificates while Sliced claims
liy virtue of priority of occupation and
The decree of the TowKsite Jloard
rendored March ID 1801 after hearing
titldence in behalf of both applicants
Is In the following words: Iteeaiise
of the cvidonco of occupancy of u
prima facie character afforded by the
possession and owuetshlp of suld war-
ranty certificates iind because of his
actual occupancy of said premises
through or by others as his tenants
It if adjudged Unit a deed bhould be
executed and delivered to tho said
.loshuu A. Kills for lot 11 in block f.o."
1'rciui the diclslou of your olllco re-
versing this deurce and uwnrdlng the
lot to Sueed the case has been
brought hero on appeal by Kills.
The careful and conscientious mnii-
uer In which tho testimony is set out
in the decision appealed from renders
it unnecessary for me to do mora than
to refer brielly to certain faots and
circumstances that in my opinion
control the ease.
Tho nit of cjngress of May 1 1 1S0
entitled '"An act to provide for town-
site entries of hn.ih in what is luion u
a O (ttilioMin and lor other purpose"
:(i Statute p. 101) iti its second section
provides " I'luit in the execution ol
.eli triibt and for t le purpose of the
lonveytuico nf tlll.5 by s.ild tr.isteefc
any certificate or other paper evidence
of ilaiui duly hsueil by the authority
ieeoguled fiir suuh purpose by th
penplo rckldiug upon any towiiMlo ti.
subject of entry hereunder shall be
taken as evidence of the occupancy bj
the holder thereof of the lot or lots
therein described except that where
there is an adverse claim to bald prop-
erty such certificates shall only be
prima facie evidence of tliu claim of
occupancy of tho holder."
This uct fixes with reasonable dell-
nltcncsb tliu effect to be given to the
certificates issued by thp municipal
authorities of tho town. They import
full proof in the absence of an ndvurne
tlalin mid where thoro Is a contest
they serve to put the adverse claim-
ant upon his nefonse. Having reached
this htnjc however. It is clour
that any lontrover&y arising out of
conflicting applications for deeds must
be decided according us the testimony
may preponderate the one way or tho
Tho warranty aertllluates which
form tho basis of VMW ulntm wen-
issued upon thu faith ol "Verdicts of
tho board of urb'lratlou" u sort of ex-
trajudicial court organized by the peo-
ple of tiuthrlo and they wore in tliu
"J'o tho mayor of (iuthrlc
Indian Teirltory: Tho board of
arbitration having heard the uvhlunsit
of all claimants appearing bufore us to
lot No. 11 In block 68 of tliu rocordml
plat of tho city of Guthrie Indian Ter-
ritory finds J. A. Draco be awarded
tho oast half of lot II block 53. to be
the legal holder and that said claim-
ant as the ooaupaul in good faith h.io
improved said lot in u substantial
manner and w recommend that a
warranty uurtiilo.it j ho Issued uecoid--)sly."
A similar verdict was rendered in
fnvor of Wllllum Canning awarding
him tho west hulf of tho same lot.
Now tho testimony shows with tho
utmost conclusiveness that eelMior
Draco nor Cunning ever appeared be-
fore tho board of arbitration us appli-
cants for the lot that neither of them
were oocupant-s of tho lot in good
faith or otherwise and neither had
improved In a substantial or any other
manner ut thu date of the board's
verdicts on May la. 188i). Drttne. olio
of tho bjneflmarles of tho board's
gratuitous liberality was a
witnesi at the hearing but
ruado no i If jrt to supply u
theory In explanation of thu board's
ixtraurdlimry j ldgjnent Up frankly
admitted however that neither he
nor tunning oa-ottcd ntif ttlntiu to tho
These facts serve 10 strip the var
ranty certificate ol i.ll value ns cv.
dome and upon the question of prior-
ity of occupation 1 find that tho testi
mony Is overwhelmingly In favor of
the claim of Snoed. 1 think too that
he was deterred from Improving tho
lot as we must rusimio ho would
otherwise have done by tho unwur
runted Interference of the marshals
nud pnllco of the city of tiuthrlo. It
appears thut tho authorities of that
city considered the verdicts of the
board of arbitration conclusive of the
rights of the larties and proiep ling
Upon t lint theory dispossessed all per-
sons olnlmlnjr adversely to those of
whom the board Irud rendered verdicts.
The decision of your olltcc Is tliorc-
foro alllrmed and tho record trans-
mitted with your olllco letter "0"
May I) 1803. is herewith letumod.
Wiry respectfully Hokk Smith
ENTHUSIASTIC WARD PRIMAR-
IES HELD LAST EVENING.
DELEGATUS AND COHMITTEBHBIi
mtiry nf n 1W I" tlmOnpltftt CltyiT
Only the pure lee cream Is frozen at
Mrs. llronbrror. Try iL
Counrllman Wilbur is 111
IDE naam HI.
Naincil lii ItnpMwniit Hi nrliiiM U'rtril
hiiiI TuWwtlilin In thi t mini)' ('uiiRfi'n-
mimal CimiftnlliHi Hi lin Until mi Sit-
lirilii)..lnly f. In I lir lllnlilrl
0it lliinni Hniiir liiieri.m-
IiiB uml l.lnlv .Meet lit j.
Auditor Csinfron Is In Kl lleno.
Thp Choctaw rallro.id will be
Miss Cnnle Anderson left yesterday
School Land t'ommlssloiier lllmcnts
Is on the sick llsk
Mini Mario Keatch has retrunrd
from her Mnp I'lnltn.
Messrs Stone Thurston and Knitlcr
emne in from I'erry Inst night.
Andy Senholm litis opanud n ros-
tau rant on Seeond straot.
Mrs. Warren has opetiwl a boarding
house on Tirst street.
WILL PROBABLY BE OPENED
DURING NEXT MONTH.
AN INDIAN WAR IMMINENT.
WHAT WE ARE GOING TO DO THIS WEEK
111 WEST OKLAHOMA AVKNUE
iwrraxi LI la 5h& tsstr U
FOR THE LADiES
SirliinnTuHililH llsturru (JlirTriinn nml
Arnimlmn liiillnim nml Wlilln S1 1 It r
In tliu tVrnlrrn J'nrt nf Hie IVrrltor)-
Hill or(irt-nt liii-mrtimrn in Ok-
Itlmni t 1'iopln -l'ij ini'iiln
nn l'ulillc l.'iniU
Hell v..B all wmil('hslllo rfpnlarr for
naif ii fni -
lkl Wran tlie o-.i us Ji in i.r -!.(
ami KmliriM 'n Umim in at half i rln .
wane iiiHi oliwh.iins l.i n IViiith aim
tVrlt.'n hii Inlrr i Hllne I.rtt. r Friini .11 iryi-
MAiirHVii.i.H Kan duly 17.
IMItor Dally Leader.
Thinking our friends would like to
hear from us 1 drop you a few linos.
I'rom Wichita oast crops look very
well mid oats fair. Wo have had
plenty of rain throughout this section
We nro having a nice tlmj. Have vis-
ited Manhattan Herkimer and Marys-
vllle. Today we go to liirburg Ne-
braska thence v'ui Omaha to Chadron
The weather is fine; tho thermometer
registers P0 to 81 dogroes. Wo will
sojourn at Tracpr Minn for several
days. The big strike is not Interfering
witli our enjoyment. HeganU to nil
inquiring frlouds. J. O. SkvisiiSei.
CORN ON A HIGH.
Thulium llalili of Kiill C'rruk Tukr Hie
In front of Tim I)AII. Lkadkii
olllco are several stalks of corn. This
Is nothing unusual but the height of
this com Is what attracts the attention
'J he stalks were raised on the fertile
farm of Thoniai Ilabb located on Kail
Creek in Iowa township and meas-
ure thirteen feet and blx inches- in
height. Mr. Itabb is n star farmer
and thoro is method in his work lie
Issues a challenge to any farmer to
equal his corn.
BOARD OF REGENTS
ortlm IMin lllil Ntirmxl Sellout .Meet mill
A(riit Hiii N ltillldliiK.
The board of regents of the lMijiond
normal school held a ineellng yester-
day morning with a full attendance.
The board accepted thu now school
building. Thp plans and specification
for this structure wore drawn by .1 (1
Haskell of Topeka and to him great
credit is due.
LOST A HAND.
Aitum SliufTrr M-ct tlllui TrrrlMo Arrl.
Adam Shatter of Mulhall was rim
ovur by a train this side of Mulhall
last cvdiiing by u .S.inta Ke train am)
hustalned ilie loss of a hind. About
thro.! mouths since Mr. Shaffer suffer-
ed the loss of an arm by fulling under
tho whcelsof a Sinta Ko usscngor.
The report circulated yesterday that
the local mlllti i had bran order d to
prepuro for u trip to the scene of the
Hock Island war on ilie West Side Is
totally untrue. Tho soldier boys noed
havo no fours of being sent out. The
company is now and unturally undis-
ciplined therefore Its surviccs would
be of little use.
tliorcu l!ii nn Top
Georgo Hupp tho well-known and
popular cigar manufacturer is doing u
rushing business at his placo in the
basement of the Victor block. He Is
kept busy supplying tho demands fur
"Ulp Kap" uml "Mascot" (.igurs two
of the best brands of smokers In the
country. Mr. llapp Is a skilled work-
man and U business from head to foot.
Ho I strictly on top.
In J'liiiMiut IJimrii m
Tho lire department was moved yes-
torday to the nuw ilty hall on Klrst
street just south of the old quartor.
The new house is handsomely ap-
pointed und presLiits a handsome ap-
pearance. Tho upper floor Is used for
the council chamber and iL also Is
nicely furnished George Taylor hud
uhargu of the work of lilting up tlio
now hall and hn displayed his artls-
tio tastos in excellent shape
To Uliiiiu It .M.iy Coinirn.
This Is to certify that tho tlrni of K
T. l'utton & Co doing business at
Guthrie in Logan county Oklahoma
Territory Is a partnership composed
of tin) persons whose names are sub-
scribed hereto tholr places of resi-
dence being set after their name to-
wit: i:. T. l'ATTo.w Guthrie. Okln
A.nna 11. HiiOoKH Guthrie Ok.
w 7 10-H
Tlio Democrats of Guthrie turned
out en masse lust evening and t-er-fceted
all iirrangemontsfor the county
congressional conveutinu to be held In
the district court room on Hntitnlriy.
The primaries In tho various warts
were harmonious an I enthuslnstl-j
following was the work accomplishes :
The Democrats of the Kirst ward
met at the store of J II Hutsell on
Oklahoma uvonuo. .1 A ltaker wss
made chulrmnii of the meeting nml .1
II Hutscll secretary. On motion five
delegatus were eloeted tb repreeent
the ward in thu convention. Thuy aro
Oscar Ilalsell. Leslie G X' black .1 A
linker W 12 II Sourcey Jr. and John
Wallace. On motion the delegates
wore instructed to name their own
alternate.) l'oy Hoffman was elected
icnlr.il committeeman for this ward.
Tho Sucond wni'd primary was held
in the old law olllee of Jones y Sot. on
Second strouL A C. Sclinpll was mudu
chairman and K II. Carpenter socrc
tary. The following delegate wore
Delegates )ocph Wlshy .Ittdge
Sanndeison ACSehnoll Itmlns Old-
hum. Dr Sloeum B 1) NK 11 D ToJd
Krunk JUCunii. J Millar William
Alturuatut W II II rod Hdgnr
Jones Ike Lovy. M H Cherry 1 II
llalner. C It Hu.'kner W A Itumsey
James Pooler. J A Smith B 11 Cir-
John Tuylor presided oyer the Third
ward mooting and A B Itenlley look
the minutes following are the dele-
gates: Delegates Chas Walklns John Tny-
lor A B liently Kiwi Dolcntor Geo
Alternates J ultn Lewis Mr. linn-
ter. Krank OlsipUh W SV SherWl'. Win
Wharton. John It Moore was selected
T)ie ipactiiig was called to order by
.J M Montgomery. J H Kenton was
eloctud chairman s.nd J M Montgomery
secretary. Tho following delegates
and alternates were eluded:
Delegates.! It Ivoutuu J M Mont-
gomery l 1 lllnss W 11 Anderson
.Joke Douglass Sam Lecroue.
Alternate Upland liurnett B W
nowninu J H Jones W II llrunner J
.1 Lilly Win Trliubult.
1 I lliats ccimulttcomau
I'ursuuut to oall by the county cen-
tral committee the Democrats of the
Kifth ward met In the old city hull at
! S'flfl fiMnnlr trrbtLiwtmr t I lin ri.&tlll
J M Kuykundul uloclwl chairman; L
X Homsher eeorottiry.
Moved and seconded that a eounnU-
teo of three be appointed by the ehnlr
to plect ton dolcgatJi to tlu county
ipngicsslunal convention. Curried.
The chair appointed J W Snyder
IUehurd Oldhum and Mluhanl White.
The following delegates wore
sulectod and on motion were confirmed:
Delegates Dr Stephens 11 11 Puce
John T Taylor. John Hrlll Mlohol
White J M Kuykendal L N Homslier
J W Snyder Walter Moilcalf Suinuol
Moved and seconded that tho dele-
gates bo cmpowoicd to fill any vaeau-
ey that miglit oseur and If it cannot
be tilled the delegation is ompowerwl
to cast the untiro ton votes.
(liillitlnTiiM nhli I'rliii.irj .
Tho Democrats of Guthrie township
mot yostorduy pursuant to eull of com-
mitteeman B C Dodd und selected the
following delegates: 1111 Ilngan. W
M Thomas B C Dodd Thomas ISannls-
tor and John Huehos.
ltuturni'il lo Life.
Kx-1'robate Judge Bdwanls of
Ketry whom Tun Lkadhh reported as
dying last Kriduy wulked .into tho
otlloeyosturday looking rather healthy
for a corpse. It was another lid wards
who died a fact the genial judge's
many mourning friends will be glad
John I'erKliu was muuK-ixsl n 8
o'clock lust night by two unknou u mini.
Tliutrageily grow out of a calt'uduul and
oaeurtud 83 miles northwest of the city
near Iioouo r O. A man named Ilanse I
und uaothur man were urrostcd chargid
with tho crime. They were brought lo
thu city and jailed by 0. L. l'rlco.
Kor sale cheapo-stylish and galtcd
lady's -Buddie pony I: a sofi single
driver. See Keslur Sfi North Ply slon
wtrcet. ; ISCi
Sliou'il Ilino .lliiiisy.
The resident: of Xorih llroad street
want water and unnt !t bad. They
are usklng the oouucil to extend the
water inuins four squares and have
ugrcod to tnko water enough to ag-
gregate a yearly rental of nearly 8200
nud pay for It a year In advance
A Iriirco Walnl.
Is not generally considered a ueces-
sury adjunel to tho grace beuui. or
symmetry of the womanly form
tlthlu tho body however is u waste
mode necessary according to the con-
dition of tilings contii u illy iu pro
cess und requiring the heullhy lutum
of ull bodily funetlous to ubirb or
dispel the refuse. When tluro ik
irregularity or inaction ladies who
alno a clean piuo htaltCy boJy will
take Dr. l'loroe's Kavorlte l'reserlp-
tlon the only remedy for women sold
with a positive guurpiilec to right all
lior peeuliar wrongs1
To those about to become mothers.
It lessens the pains and peills of child-
birth shorten labor promotes an
abundant secretion of nourishment
for tho child and tlmrleiis the pi i ml
Dr. l'leroe'a l'ellots curcbilllmisi.c
constipation siok headache indiges-
tion or dyspepsia and alt l.in.lred
Secretary Ik)wo churtorotl the Con-
gregational church of Alva yosterday.
J. 1. Logan of Kort Smith will es-
tablish a grocers' jobbing house here.
The colored people will hold a bar-lieene-at
Lungston August 1.
Itnxter ('ainmaek havo sold tholr
livery barn to tlio McCreary ltros
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ltralthwalto re-
turned from Kerry last night.
Dr. Priu s t-ieam baKlng l'owdcr
World's Pair Highest Award.
JIlss Cinta Dane of Kingman Kan.
Is the guest of Mrs T. A. Shepard.
II. T IlleUlev and V 11 Jrnnison
wore up from Oklahoma City jester-
day. Assistant District Attorney Tom
MeMeclian Is here from Oklahoma
City with his p'onstint smile.
Captain Tandy's pUnlc'wlll be held
tonight at the corner of Perkins and
Judge T. II Kemp a prominent at-
torney of Chlllleothe. Mo is In the
city. He will locate.
s. n. Medoiidwln of tho U. S. Mnr.
shal'b oD) iu will build i Hue rcsldvniie
on Capitol HIH-
Al lltxon tho Irrepressible druggist
returned yesterday from a trip to
l'oncu and Crdss.
Kx-Commlssloner Wells and wife
were furiously injured during a cy-
clone in lllalno county on Monday.
The cuso of Scavuugor York Is being
heard bv Justice Jackson. ork is
charge with deadly assault on one
The local land olllco yesterday ren-
dered a deeislin awarding to J M
Johnson section IS township 17
raiif'o 1 cn.t in tho Cimarron bot-
toms. W. 1! Martin of P.iwhuska was a
visitor to the city yesterday. Mr. M.
Is in the government service and Is a
The Guthrio News announces that
henceforth It will bo a straight-out
Uepublloan sheet. W. S. Smith Is once
moro In ouitoriai enarge.
Assistant U. S. District Attorney
Kor lloffmsli has returned from a
visit to Chandler nnd Sac and Kox.
Kor sale A good wagon and har-
ness and team of mules four and Jive
years old; weight l2!i0 pounds. A
bargain Inquire at S'-M South llroad
or at Guthrie steam laundry. 17 10
There will bo n sale of money by the
Guthrie llulldlug and Loan association
next Saturday evening at their olllee
118 West Oklahoma uvenue.
a K Barrett the bright and versa-
tile odltor cf the Oklahomau was In
the cltv yesterday mingling among
Guthrie people llirrettls making a
gooJ paper of the Oklahomnn
Deputy I'nltel Suites Marshals
Krank Illndinan nnd Itansom Payne
leave this morning for Hrooklyu N.
Y . where thov will deliver three
hort.o thieves. W A Klynn Kroderick
C Ott and W A. Crowdcr. Illndinan
and Pay no uro good men und will land
tholr birds safely behind the bars.
At the Koyal: C W Hubbard Mrs
A M Koblnson Chicago; C Juckson 1
C; T II Griirett Wichita: G T (ummel.
Burolcn: C It Splcer S W Lacy W J
Hawk Bd Welmer St Louis; Barry
Bvans Wl hltu; John C Wood N Y;
Chuck Kloyd Chicago; ( W llruce
Pleasant Hill; S T llockcr K C; J K
Harris Lynohburg Viu
Mr S Gregg nn oxoenencod pro-
fesslonal teacher of violin mandolin
guitar and ull band and orchestaal
inslrumonts ha come to Guthrie to
loooto permanently. Mr. Gregg's
rofuronoes iu Guthrie nro llrst-class
and pupils can be sure of rapid pro-
gress and tho most entertaining
luouious. inquire at me iiiusiu biuret.
7 IS tfl
Thiro Is jiooxjtiso for any man to
appear in society with grizzly beard
since the Introduction of Bucking
ham's Dye which colors natural black
FOR THE MEN
everything we have lefl In Summi'i tlioilat ttjirtte to soit )
Hell vmi i lino jmff-)MiKiim Vhtvt
Special to tho Leader.
Wasiiinoto.v 1). (i July 17. llepro-
santntive l-'lynn of Oklahoma who has
boon deeply Interested In securing the
opening of the KUknpoo country.
stated today that the allotments hav-
ing nil been made there was nothing
to delny the opening of this land by
the middle of AugusL There were
about 300 Indians given allotments
leaving something like MX) linmestends
for settlera Klynn is anxious to have
the lands thrown open at once but
the interior department is unwilling
to go through another scramble.
Tho Mcltae bill which has tlio. sup
port of the department now pending
before congress provides that all pub-
lie lands shall be opened by public
outcry and It is altogether probable
that the department will wait until
this bill can become a law. The posi-
tion ot the department is that with so
few homesteads to be disposed of
there will be such a wild scramble for
places under thu old law that disgrace-
ful wrangles must necussarily ocmr.
rttl 11 for
llch-llii leil limit txitlll SIM fnr I
I n.lll MM .iilli .il I. .
MtliinK m I 111 ill lilnciin nrt hle a l3-yr il
li isl in In- tliu-! ii.ii 'Hi ifdo'Cil pi In? .
FARMERS . . .
ffrll yotijumpi iii.i J i k is al .... eft 4 Rnrt
AmimkeaK .' Iiii Oram t Ks irll 9lr at
' IMow Shi f 11 oi ih 1 iS.it
Special lowprticHim .mr n'li- x k of iftix-y to make room
1st ge fall stii Iclo ai i Im
cD?' 2Z5. 30Sl3sTS&. Mnnmior
GO TO DAVES PLACE.
Tyc Mips Aun KM M
For Fine Domestic ami lnipor(pl Wines ami Brandies.
I ml lit it Virl4ini IVnruil.
Oklahoma Citv July 17. Jasper
Jennings a reliable scout und cowboy
just In from tho Cheyonno and Arapa-
hoe country reportn sorlous trouble
butwocu tho Indians and thu settlers.
A rise of tho Indians is moinontailly
expected and tho ranchmen are pre-
paring for a couillct. The trouble has
been browing since April last when
two Indians and u white man were
killed iu an affray which arose from
the qneLtum of rights to certain lands.
The seat of the present trouble Is Hod-
moon a hamlet in Mills county and
dissatisfaction extends to ull the In-
dians in G and Washita comities. It
Is a sparcely settled region In tho
western part of Oklahoma nnd is tho
wildest In the teriitory. Thoro aro
more Indians than whites in the three
counties named wlilcli accounts for
jthc alarm felt Settlers In tho neigh-
borhood of Uedmoou recently pur-
chased H00 Winchesters determining
to defend their homes independent of
United Slates troops tho nearest post
being two day's travel distant. The
Indian clalni sovereignty over the
lands and permit their horses and cat
tie to run at will to tho damage of
settlers' crops Settler. aro wont to
shoot trespassing animals and the In-
dians rotnliato by shoqtlug lhos.o of
the whites. Men posted in Indian af-
fair say that in the event of a fight
much blood will be shed us tho Indians
are wall armed.
Dr. Prlce'a Cream Baking Powder
WorU' Pair lllstieat Medal and Diploma.
At I nil Ion Dfiiioorutsl
The Democrats of Guthrie township
will meet at the southoust corner of
sec) Ion 10 township 10 ran go 2 west
at or near the residence of Dr. Haw-
ulster on July IS. 181) I. at 2 p. in. to
caucus for delegates to the county
county eoi.venliou to be held on the
vlst of July ISO.) at Guthrie.
11 C. Diimi Committeeman
published in Oklahoma
July IU. ItiOl.l
XotUe lor I'ubllrntlon.
Land Olllee ut Guthrie O. T. July 17
Kollcti U heri'bi elveii thut tho fnllow-
Ins.uauuHl neul.T has Hied notice of his
Intention to intke llnal proof In support of
tils cllin sud thut said proof will be
msde before tho legistdl' and receiver at
Guthrie O. T on September 17 lS'.il.
Ia GooeU for tlio southwest ipiarter
nf seclloH l lownnnip 17 range a
Ho names the following ltnos.e.s to
prove Ills continuous uwldeuce upon and
i-umaiiiiii oi sa'u laiiu u:
Antra Prion IIIUlucn. Uo'M'it L Glas
now William Purr and Harvey PGooeh
Auy person who dealres to protest
ugaiust the allow .nice of suoli proof or
ho knows of any substantial reason
under the law; and the UKulalluns of the
Intel lor department why such proof
jt-ijnlie' Uoij U'utrli siujuiu not lie ttiiotyeu miii u given nn
Fltlmi-nn VIIiiq nr s.-iM Mlolclni I 'PporiUIIIVy Ol HIO nUOVC UlOUUOIieU IIU10
stroot. near South Metbodlsjt ohnruJi. i oj 0Ialmau and to offer evldencoln
)nuiais i iu n. i.eave at u iv. ros-1 toUiUtul of tliitsulmiltted by claimant.
Uurantonlgitieward. 7 I j J J. I 1 .N. J Cook KegUtcr
Kive yuars without puce Ico cream
can now be hud at Miller's. C-14tf
Wall pa pin! Tho lorgest stock lo
select from at I' It Lllliu & Co.'s. Low
est prices. n.20 tf
llninmnr pa'ntl Host In the market
K B Lillle ft Co Solo Agents. mSUtf
Decorate with igs bought froin
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Contain! no Amrnonlu qr Alum.
Soda water Is good; at 5 cents It is
chpap especially that at LUhe &. Co.'s
fountain. m'.'t) tf
Meals 20 cents at the 0. K ; 21 meal
tiekot sq.qtl. tn
The Itoyal barber shop on the north
side of Harrison avenue near Second
street. J. 11. Towers Munager. 118th
The latest drinks In soda water on
draught at Lillle it Co 's. tn20 tf
Dr. Peoples the popular dontist 1st
and Oklahoma avenue. ml tf
Llllie's Liver Pills cure all life's bit-
ter ills. in20 tf
Kor Sale Remington typewriter.
Good as new. Address LuADKit otllce.
The host 5 cent cigar in the city at
Lillle & Co.'s. m2U tf.
HummocUs and baso balls goods at
illie .t Co.'s. ui20 tf
Wanted to Kent Piano by family
without children. Address "Piano "
cure Lkadkii. tf
Buy your pianos
Murruy t Williams
lussous absolutely free.
and organs of
and get twenty
Kirst published iu Oklahoma Lender
July IU lfeUl.J
Notlte fur I'lilillnillon
Land Office at Guthrie Olt. Ter. July 17
Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
ing named suitler has Ulod notice of his
Intention to make llnal proof In support of
liU elulm. and thut said proof w 111 be msilo
before the register and receiver aiGutii-
tie Oklahoma on September IU 18UI
William M Piiix homestead entry Xo.
3TU for thu fim'Jieast nua ter of necilon
niimlx'i'ed foprleou (14) towuhip M-ven-teen
(ll noith of range thro. (3) west
(Li names the following witnesses lo
pin mi hH continuous reideuce upon and
cultivation of. said laud. U:
Itubert B Taylor Itoliert L (lasoiv
Anted P IllllhiKS and Joe B Blllott ull
of Guthrie O T
Any person wlio dnslri's to protest
aealu3t tho ullowaiico of soeli proof or
wlio knoivs of uny suhstaiillHl leavou
under the law and tho regulations uf the
Interior Dupartniuiit why such proof
should not bo ullovvcd will be given au
opportunity at the alnivo meiitlon d time
and place to crow-uxuminu the witnessne
of said claimant nud to offer evldi nco Iu
rebutial of that submitted by claimant
A. N. J.CuooK
Mrs. Young will glvo twenty les-
son free to every buyer of a piano or
organ at Murray & William's music
liouso within the next thirty davs.
I SAYI I SAYI DON'T GO WAY
Without eating with
DESTJIEEL Sz. KS IL 22C SS S3 3L 3S
ANYTHING IN TUB SHORT-ORDKR L1NB.
LIKE YOUR MOTHER MADE Opon Day nnd N
EAST HARRISOi! AVEHUE.
H. H. PERRY Prop'i
Stillwater and Orlando
SH1VELY BROS. & VAN WYCK Prop's.)
First-class livery barns at Stillwater at'! lrlando. The best f teamf
improved facilities for carrying passengers between these two points. '1
always ready to start at any time In the day end eurn ut your plea
The shortest and quickest rotito between Guthrie aid Stillwater is via Orl
WYATT & CO. Proprietors.
Finest Bar In the Territory.
105 West Harrison
Oklahoma Bicycle Coif
THE SQUARE BICYCLE DEALERS.
Will search for trade during the scaton of 1894. Largest stock of c
and cycle sundries west of Kansas City.
Bicycles Sold on InstaHmeri
PAYMENTS ACCORDING TO PRICE OE BICYCLES.
A large line of Second-hand Byclcs at Slaughtering prices. 'I
oasy. Do not forget to call on js for Sewing Machines and Sup'
Call at or address 113-113 East Oklahoma avenue Guthrie O. 'J
The Oklahoma Bicycle Comp
E. H. KNAUSS Manager.
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave and Divisk
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the Best Trade Only.
In Stock ail the Time
Hamilton & CO.
HERE WE ARE!
309 West Oklahoma Avenue.
1ITH ALL KffiMMiiE- YE)
select from. GIVE US-A CAJ.J
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 191, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 19, 1894, newspaper, July 19, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73090/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.