The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 228, Ed. 1, Friday, August 31, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GCTTHTirE O&LAXZOMA.
- KAII.KOAD TIMK TAltLK
N04 404 Chicago Express .... 7.L0 ir. ra.
No. 403 Mi. River Express... 4;l0p. m.
NJ423 Way Freight 0:30 a.m.
Ko. 420 Local Freight...'. 2:20p. m.
No.4P Texas Express 11:10 p.m.
No. 407 Oklahoma Expr&ss.... I:(i0p. tn.
No. 423 Way Freight liCOp.m.
Passengers should procure tickets bo-
jre getting on the train
IJAIM' WKAT11KU FOltKUASTI
Sr.nr.ini mnort for Tiik Daily
LKADKitby W. J. Walters observer
United States weather bureau:
Highest temperature yesterday: 1)1
Forecast for today: Fair; station-
OFF FOR RECREATION.
Die rrcalilent Cooi to Orny tlnblea
I'lum of Iho Cabinet Mpniberi.
Wabhi.noton. Auk. 3C President
Slovoland left Washington at 7:20 yes-
terday morning via NevvYork for Gray
'.lablcs. Hib companions on tlio trip
were Secretary Lainont who goes to
join his family at Hay view 1 1. and
Prtvnte Secretary Thurbor who is
bound for Marsdcn Mass. wliero his
family is Mnnmering
Nearly nil of the members of the
cabinet aro preparing to take advan-
tage of tho adjournment of congress
to take vacations and it is probablo
that within a very short timo Wash-
ington will bo almost deserted by
highor olllcinls of tho government.
Secretary Herbert is already mak-
ing a tour of inspection of tho gov-
ernment navy yards and stations
along tho North Atlantic coast.
All that prevents Secretary Grcsham
from arranging to temporarily put
asido tho business of tho btato depart-
ment is that thero aro a few tiouble-
50U10 foreign questions demanding his
prcsenco hcio for 11 while at least
lie will shortly however tako a va-
cation which will bo spent in part in
Attorney General Olney will spend
his vacation in nnd about Hoston
Secretary Carlisle has mado no ar-
rangements for n vacation and it Is
expected that tho administration of
tho now tariff act may keep him hero
for some tlmo yet.
Secretary Smith will e.pend tc.n days
or a fortnight in Georgia. Postmaster
General HIssell disponed of a good
ileal of current business yesterday
and left last night for llulfalo where
Mr llissel returns from KennebuuU-
port Me. Ho will spend nil of his
vacation In New York state.
Secretary Morton of tho agricultural
department will spend ids vacitlou In
A Skeleton In tho timet ur tho Wcnlthf
Pahib Aug. 30. Mrs. W. IC Vandor-
bllt of Now York has under consid-
eration the advisability of instituting
proceedings for divorce. Tho dlfll-
culties it is said nearly reached a
climax some months ago wlum tho
party on tho yacht Valiant in the
About ten weeks ago Coruolius Van-
dcrbilt went to London to stop
further proceedings but was unsuc-
cessful. Mrs. Vanderbllt is ropre-
hcnted by Colonel William Jay of New
oric wno is now In Germany.
A proposition is said to have beon
made by Mrs. Vandcrbilt for a separ-
ation on the basis of an annual allow-
ance of S300.000 the custody of her
children und tho possession of threo
houses at Newport Isllp and in Now
York. It is said that Vanderbllt
offered no objection to separation
but would only consent to terms less
liberal than thoso asked by Mrs. Van-
dcrbilt. Sho has rofusocl his propo-
sition and furthor discussion is post-
poned until tho arrival of Colonol Jay
in Paris. J
The name of Nollio Ncustrotter a
very woll known woman living in
Paris though of Dutch birth is men-
tioned in connection with the scandal
with what authority is not known.
Sho has recently established herself
In expensive upartmonts in Paris and
nt Dcauvlllo with an elaborate en
tourage of servants.
TROOPS TO BE SCATTERED.:
bevcral 1 eileral Companies at Cliloaco
Ordered Hack to ICuihiu l'ott.
CnicAfiO Aucr. 30. Manv of thc-f
troops statlouod at Tort ShurManJJons free to every buyer of a piano or
since the close of thn UrlU will i
on their way to other posts by-f10US0 'vltfhIn tho next thrtv dn-vs-next
Monday spcclul orduri. to tliatP
S!'.0" tigSUAd l.mh Business men who advertise in tho
1 Ifth1 htfnnJrv Cv1a"ieSA -. "ADally and Weekly Lkadkii get larger
nnd V of din Tlilr.iitl. Iifn. !.. r
been ordered to Fort" Leavcnwortli.)ili'lr8t luu"s"cl ' I)allV Loader August
nnn. xno uiura urttllery with llghpfl
uuucriua v anil i'- becontt artlllerv
nnd V of
V of totirth artillery under MajotJ)
laco 1 Randolph go to Fort Riley.' J
Tcu troops of cavalry A K G-Jft
mill ir of tlm NiiMi. t p i' nn.i n nt
the 'llitrd and II and IC of tho Sev-;
-... . V --.. . . ....v. .. xjt.
r.nti P.ni. ...in w...nt.. !.-.. Ln..llnaao ueioro register anu receiver at
r ; ?;: 'i "i"v: : ;-; ": l " .: " u.'. J
;t" ; ;"""..." r".v ?. . '"v: . " """-.
tlou there will be eight companies
Infantry and two llu'ht battorios
artillery left behind.
THE JAPS ANNIHILATED.
. I UIU11U3 11UIIUI. ttllllUlll l.fi.iIK;i.
iiuto i.ot 4000 Mm in BiilflJohn Shoers bamuol .Uoldtrap all
l.'nsa-Jeiit With Chlnete
SiuxoiiAr.lsiUig. 30 Tho natlvi'
press hat. recBed confirmation of th
mjiurieu umuu lougui. uoiwecn in
Chinese and .Inpanoso troops ol
August 13. The .lups are said to liavA
lost 4000 soldiers. The general ne '
received here does not. confirm than
reports of theso Chinese successes nY
Working on Cor'iloual Ilevlewt.Ti
Wasuixoto.v Aug. 30. Tliere weii
only tliree or our mombars of tin
house about the eapitol yesterday.
only one senator put in an apnea
tip to noon- The Congressional It
will not be completed tor a wee
uenerai iuicmiigs 01 .mis-uss
preparing an elaborate review
work of congress whloli is
printed and will be probably 1
u campaign document liy tuo 1
of Illinois has leave to prli
roviow from tho Uepubllca
A Wcll-KiioHn Kantan 1
Topkka Kan. Aug. 2i D(
reiireu army surgeon
resided in Topeka einco
here yesterday of malaria - .
was well known I'ro." Jf
lly a4 in rj
m wne aHmr
OF SPKCTAL VALUK
in breaking up sud-
den attacks of colds
chills fovcrs and In-
Pierce's Plccsnnt Pal
lets. They carry olT
theso troubles at tuo
start And If you
would only keep
yourtclf in proper
condition with thorn
the liver actlvo
and tho system reg-
ular vou'il And
you covftp1 ulK0 uiswwcb easuy.
M . iLr. .11.... wnn.l I. Tatt.itat) i
.. . r.
tho most Jprfoctly natural in their action
no grlpftf no violence. Tako thom for
wind andjpm in the stomach fullness and
dizziness. J-toy absolutely and permanently
citre Conrpatloii Indigestion Mliousncss.
Jaundiceuck or Ullious Headaches and
every Lire Stomach and Dowel disordor.
In Clfago Timothy Graham who
has becJon trial charged with kick-
ing 8-yar-old George Rynnd to death
in a drnken rage was 'found guilty
He wa-tentenced to fifteen years i tit -prisomfiit.
Tho Jtlo lumber tow'n of Vesper
Wis. lis destroyed by a forest flro
Tuusdi The hugo saw and planing
mills tlonging to the Sherry-Cam-cion
fmber company and twenty-
threo fuildlngs nil there wcro 111
town fere burned.
Th of Populists of tho Second Xe-
brashfcongresslonal district 116ml-
liatcdJD. Clem Heaver of Omaha.
Deavois state chairman of the Popu-
list catral coinmlttco and a pioneer
PopulJt. Ex-Governor lloyd will be
tho co'cc of tho Hemociats in that
Jol J. Jones a Welsh tin ptato
work employed in a factory at
Ettnjod Ind. at a salary of 37 a
weeghns received word from Wales
that Ji uncle had died and bequeathed
himjnney and estates amounting to
S4.0()00. Ho has quit work and
lave for Wales at once.
nth or lion. XV. C. llotTclle.
fciisox Ohio Aug. 20. Hon. W.
ells died yesterday afternoon
lUyslh in hit S3th year. He was
vspaper work from 1830 until
when ho was appointed by
ent Grant l) nltcd States consul
ebec where ho served four
and llvo years at Toronto. Ho
icai four bons and two daughters.
'm W. U.
Howclls was with him
Kniisan rity drain.
sas City Mo Aur 19 Quotations for
by narnplo on track at ICansai City
omlually as followi No s liara. tec
Kara iJSVic Na 4 harJ 48B4Sie to
5o No 2rc0. 48iJT(Wo No 3 rod 17
fia 4 rod. 40l(347c rejected unuc.
No 2 5lic Na 3 tnlxod boa. Oats
2i(0 No 2 whllo corn 32c No 3
la Dressed beet nnd ozp5rt stcerH 1333
stocken ar.d foolers. Ji5J23 2) cows
hitlers tl 3iila Texas and IndS 1
U II 85 it 3 Texas and Indian cows tib)
alYi. mixed tl tJrl
B-Ieceipt4 1301 Milpiwd yesterday
Tlio market was athu nnd Generally 10c
closing stroiu Tlio top was g)
atst So 73 yesterday and bulk of rules 15.40
ten Kocctnts. 2.JIG no smpmonts ine
ct was actno and steady
ie followlnt are rcprosenti.Uo saloi:
Wt I'rlco. Na Wt I'rlo
mbt ...74 UHi Blmut. . 3 tJ83
M 7J W 4 I4J -i-a
A Wonderful I'lcniy Knqlric.
1). A Huclt a resident of Water
y Conn. onco mado a perfect
am engine that was so small that
engine uouer governors nr.il
rmps an stood on a spaco only one
irth of an inch in diameter and less
uiscvcn-bixtcenths of an inch high
0 engine had 1 18 distinct parts
Id together by fifty-two screws
ic diameter of tho cylinder was bul
0 twonty-sl.xth of an inch and the
ole affair not Including tho base
lute weighed but three gralus.
Hall's Hair Kcnewcr is pronounced
10 best preparation for thickening
ie growth of hair und restoring that
'hich is gray to Its original color.
New goods all U10 timo well
.ave you scon unsiiain Steele
!-; Co.8 display of now fall dress
;oods in imported and domes-
The Daily Lkaiiku leads in news and
Mrs. Young will give twenty les-
iorgan at Murray Sr. William's music
Landofllcu at Guthrie O.
T. Aug. 29
Kotlco la hereby given that tho follow-
nu-namcii Bottler nas mru notico oi ins
ntcntion to make final nroof In sunnort
If his claim and that said nroof will bo
iouwio. on October r.. mi vut
p kichbiu u
i Illchaid O (ledtios who made home-
stead entry Ko. CJ3 for the sw M section
P33 township 10 north rungo 3 west.
2u Ho namas tho following witnesses to
.-Jiroo his continuous resldenco upon and
llleultlvatloti of said land lz:
IP T . 1T.....H Willi U..ltnjl..nnH
lull jiiujiit; w. x.
wno aesiros to protest
acainsitiio auowanco 01 sucu prooi or
who knows of any substantial reason
under tho law and tho regulations of tho
Interior department why such proof
should not be allowed will bo given an
oppoi uuilty at the abovo-montloiiod time
and place to crodS-examino the wltnosjios
of said claimant and to offer evidence In
rebuttal of that submitted by claimant.
H-0 A. N J. CROOK. Register.
' First published in Oklahoma Leader
tj AUg .U.j
. Notice for lulil (cation.
Territory of Oklahoma county of Lo-
gan before Hon. II. M. Adams. Esq.
Justice of the Peace in and for the
city of Guthrie township in said
ty and territory.
dervoott plaintiff vs. yea .
bove named defendaVt I red
Vmon is nercuy noun.' mat
on t.io 22nd day of August A. I'. 1801
an order of attachment for the sum of
Sf 050. was Issued by the above named
1? If 2
justice of the peace against his goods
In the above entitled action; and that
said case will be beard on thar'JUh day
ofHeptember. A. D. 1801. t 0 o'clock
a. m. at the office of said justice in the
city of Guthrie. O. T.
M. YakdkrvooSt PlalatlC.
H. M AdiMM J. IM
Here4 WUwr MtJW WJT. wl
Dr. rarrlnKton Hpeclallut In tlio Mriltcn
anil HurRlcid Illfiit or AVonieu
Also surccssfully treats rectal tils
cases piles ilstulro. strictures and in-
flatntnatlon of tho urethra. Hernia
(rupture) curttl without an operation
llronehlal lung and heart dlscasos
treated by the latest approved
methods. Ur. Purrlngtcn lias had a
large experience In sanitarium work
Many cases thought to be incurable
can be cured by his methods. Office in
Gray Uros. block. 0 23 lm
Tills Should Interest Vim.
It Is just as nocessary for a man to
got good reading matter as It is to get
good food. The campaign o( 18U1 is
now open. Kvcry man bo ho Demo-
crat Republican or Populist desires
to be kept fully informed of tlio im-
portant events as tlioy occur through-
out the country.
Wo have just made nrrangomente
that may bo of luterost to you. The
arrnngcuieiit is this: We will send
jou that gteatcst of all weekly news-
pipers tho Now York Wcokly World
and this paper both for one year each
for SI .10 or wo will send you this pa-
per for one year and The Weekly
World for nix months for the regular
nilce of this paper alone. The Weekly
World fearless in its utterances is the
only great weekly paper published in
-America thut piosouU nil sides of the
the great controvcrsiea of tho day
without fjar or favor. Its work Is for
tho whole people and not for any class
Does this interest you?
If it docs and you think It worth
whllo to take advantage of this great
special offer while it lasts send 81 60
nnd get the Wkkki.y .kadi'.u for one
Hero is an opportunity to get your
own loial paper and the lending met-
ropolitan journal of tho country at ex-
traordinarily low rates. Address
Tin: 1.i:aikh Guthrie Ok.
A Cook Hunk l'r-e.
"Table and Kitchen" is the titlo of
a new cook book published by tho
Prlco Halting Powder Company Chi-
cago. Just at tills tlmo it will be sent
free If you write a postal card men-
tioning Tin: Lkaiiku. This book has
been tried by ourselves and is one of
the very best of its kind. Hesides con-
taining over 100 receipts for nil kinds
of pastry ami homo cookery there are
many hints for tablo and kitchen
showing how to set a table how to
enter tho dining room etaj a hundred
and one hints in the culinary art.
Cookery of tho very finest nnd richest
as well as of tho most economical and
homelike is piovided for. Kcmember
"Tnble and Kitchen" will bo sent
postago prepaid to any lady sending
tier uddress (name town and state)
plainly given. A copy in Gorman or
Scandinavian will be sont if desired.
Postal card is as good as letter. Ad-
dress Prlco Halting Powder Company
Are Just an old old remedy
In this new shape.
Doctors have always given
this prescription in water!
We have them in this shape
simply for their handiness.
IlIPANS TADDLE3 rra Ilka an
Knglneer golnxoTer till Il and
lawertul michlncry gltlng a
little ncceiry luurlcatlnic to
the needful purist III P-A-.N-3
TADULhB do Ibis fur 10U.
Constipation Dizziness Nausea
Dyspepsia and Mal-Nutritlon
all yield to Klptns Tabulcs.
At Drue 6tore or Bnt by Mali for M Centi.
lUriiC.liJJKLCo10Birucofct. New York;
BETTER THAN TWO FDR ONE.
Bend for free sample mid Jutlco there
TIIR WDCITLY LHADBR.
Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer.
IJotb one year for only 8.175
Tho Enquirer is now issued twice a
week Tuesdays and Iridays. Is an
8-coluiun 8-page paper large filzo or
10 largo pages every wceic equal to
208 ordinary papers a year that usually
cost SI j all large type plain print and
wlilto paper. A completo now depart
tiro from old time journalism.
Call or address all orders to
THE WEEKLY LEADER
Guthrie O. T.
w. ii. uooTJr
KANSAS CITY MO.
For market roports wo will mall tho
Dally Kansas City Ktar freoto our cus-
tomers. Consignments solicited
Thoroughly educated and up to tho
times with fifteen years expeiience
supplemented with a bpcclul past
graduate course in the best colleges tit
the land. Performs thoroughly and
skillfully every operation known to
the profession. Inserts artificial teeth
on continuous Gum Gold Aluminum
and Rubber plates or without plate
(bridge work.) Lowest prices in the
city. Up stairs Cor. Oklahoma Ave.
and First Street.
under ieonbl. condition. Oar FKEK 96 pafi
CiUlof uo will explain wliy wo can afford it.
Dra0uon's Practical Business College
NASHVILLE TENM t Wflto for catalogo. )
Bookkeeping Shirtkini PoniBiniMp wd TIe-
eraphy. Wo apend more intney In the Inurtat o
CurKiaploTCiemDepartuieot than half Ibe Buuncaa
CollrCBatakelnaatuiUon. 4 wekalyorprnog
le.chin. baoW.keenlnc ia eaual o 12 c;ka by tbs
teaehlni book-keeping la equal o 2 rka W tuo
eld plan. 1 1 leacbera QOO an dnu pan yar. no
vacation: enter anr time. Cut Boaan We bae
tecently prepared Uk cipccially
TV..M EUW .IT .. .". f J A .A
Sent en 60 Ut trial Write u . eiplala
"jmrinoti." N B-WciT &B.CMhlorMn-
riocle as pook-kpeta nograpben teaeliera
ctnki et6 reporud to nt provided w all mbi.
Tho best Cotton Market for tho
southwest is now Houston
Toxns. This has been proven
beyond a doubt by those who
have shipped Cotton there dur-
icg the past threo years.?)
To accommodate tho large
trade coneontratirg here we
have last year built a model
pross and wniehotise and
have this year doubled Its ca-
pacity. Please correspond w ilh us be-
fore disposing of your
and ask for stencil quotations
nnd other facilities.
Wm. D. Cleveland & Go
To whom It may concern:
Kotlco U horohy given that l'red
Hick has thU day filed his petition
for Hcmiso to wholesale malt In
Logan Co Ok and that unliws objection to
tho sumo as required by law be tiled by
the nth day ofSopU A. I). 1SDI said
petition will bo granted.
Guthrio O. Scut. 3d. 1S0I.
R .1. UOI.CATKl!.
3v County Clerk.
Fhst Pub. in
Lr.Aiir.it A n j'.
Notice for riiMlciitlnii.
Land olllco aUOuthrle O.
111 July 33
Notice Is hereby Riven that tlio follow-ItlK-linined
Bottler has 111ml not'ee of Ills
Intentliiu to make Until prwf In summit
of his claim and that snltl proof will ho
niiidobefoie leglster and leeeher of tho
U. S limit ofllce nt Otithrlo on October
1st lbOI. 1:
rlavlus II. Helm for the S V qr. See S
Tp 10 N of It 3 V.
llo names the following wltntes to
proe his continuous lusideiiee upon and
cultiatlon of s'lildhiml vl:
Valentine Urban .loha K. Williams
Charles H. Scolleld Wllllum S. llobell-
son iilluf (iiithile U. T.
Any person who desires to protest
against the allowance of such m oof or
who Knows of any substantial lensnn
under tho law ami legiilatlousof tho inte-
rior dcparti -"nt why such pi oof hhould
not be allowed will be glvon an oppoitu-
iiltyatthn ahovo mentioned time and
place to cross-tnainlno the witnesses of
xald claimant and to ulTor evidence In re-
buttal of that submitted by claimant.
A. N. J. Cisooic Register.
First published In Daily Leader Aug
In the district court of Logan county
Mary T. Cokcr plaintiff vs. Hmiun
Tho defendant Emma Clark will
tako notice that tho above named
plalntlir Mnrv T. Cokor did on tlio
nth day of May 1801 file her petition
in the district court of Logan county
Oklahoma Territory and that hhe
must answer Baid petition on or bofore
the 22nd day of September 1804 or
said case will bo heard ox partu and
judgment rondcred ngalnst hor for tho
recovery of lots I and f in block 01 In
that division of tho City of Uuthrie
known us Capitol Hill; that tho deed
Issued to defendant by Townsite
Hoard Ko. 0. dated July 7th 1802 for
said lots will bo cancelled and that
said lots will be deeded to tho plalntlll
herein under the order of tho court.
That plalntllf will take judgment
ngalnst the defendant for costs of said
suit und for other relief.
Witness my baud and tlio
seal of said court at my of-
fsKAi. flee in Guthrie this 10th
day of August 1801.
Louis M Pitts
Clork District Conrt.
Tkaouk Ray Att'y for Pl'tlT.
First published In tho
Notice Is heioby given to all poisons In-
tel osted In tho estate of h. ll.-Slmplunil
deceased that on the 23d day of August
1801. draco (1. Shapland produced und
tiled in tho prnhnto com t of tho county of
Logan and territory of OUIahoinii an
Instrumoiit In writing piirpoiilng to lo
the last will und IcHtmru'iitof L. II. Shap-
land. decoased. and aUo tiled In said coint
her putltloii praying for tho nrobato of
said will and that letters testamentary
Issuo thereon to iier as tlio executrix
named In said will.
Pursuant tn aa order of said court
lmuln on the 23d da of Auuust. 1801. no
tice U hereby given that Wednesday the
'.th day of September 1MH at tho hour of
ti o'clock a. m. of said day that being a
day f the regular September term 1801
of said court has Wn appointed ns the
tlmo for henriug said petition und proving
said will at the probate court room In
tluthrlo In said county of Logun when
and whoro all persona Interested may up-
pear and contest the saino.
In testimony whereof I have
hereunto m4 my hand and the
hkauI saal of suld probate court this
3ddu) of August 1611 1.
S. S. I. VWJIKNOK.
I'roba to Judge.
.notici: or nuAitiNO
Iloforo tho trustees of townsite )oard No.
0 Uuthrlo O. f ..contest docket No. 17
lot No. IS block No. 88 townslto Uuth-
Stephen 8. Smith. J. A. Draco John S.
Siiufd Heirs and Admlnlgtraturnf Lovl
R. Keichuin dee'd. drover C. Kotoh
um minor llattlo M. Ketchum claim-
ants. You and each of vou are herohv notifi
ed that tlio above on titled cauoejuvolvlng
the applications of the parties therein
mentioned for deed to lot 12 block .13 In
the town of Uuthrie. county of Logun.aud
rrltorv or UKiaiioma. uy oruor or i
Ko. 0 of tow unite truateeH Is sot for
lieartng befure aalil board at lu olllee. lo-
cated at Uuthrie. O. T on tho Ctli day of
KcplemiKsr loui.ai iu o ciook a. m.. oi saiu
day; and of all contlnuaucoH and post-
ponements you and each of yoii will take
duo notico without further sorvloe there-
of. In witness whereof we. the members oi
said board have hereunto subscribed our
names tuu -jnu uuy oi auruv io'.h.
W J. 1$. O. La.I)(11.
v John T. Taymiu
J. F. Haun'Dkbs.
Hoard No. 0 Tovnstte Trustees.
Notk Each claimant will bo required
to ''posit 32.00 with the Disbursing
Agont to defray expenses of the trial far
A.uguu 3 TJUy.
Vnrx 1 led mthe 1
th. W Ml
S TOH1 n llrsnrh
riei i i.e.pf.tr
ir ultT tiinn
i) i 't m
Mrlnl' in riai
published In the llallv
AUg II. 1'I I
Territory of Oklahoma Logan
In the i)itrict t ouri
Annie Chilstian Phillip
The above named defendant Phillip I).
Chilstian will take notice that he has
lieen sued In the District Court of Ixignti
County. Terrltoiy of Oklnhoinn liy the
plaintiff. Amite 11. Christian In an action
for divorce and that he must appear and
answer the iHHltion which has born filed
In ald court on or liefore the SAtli day
of Sf plumber. 18lt. and that If he dow
not apiwnr and riirwi r that mtlil iietltloti
will he taken as tine and a judgment
w III be taken against him divorcing the
iilalutllT from him and dissolving the
bonds of matrimony between the plalntllf
and the defendant ami Tor the costs of
AYItnms my hand and tluxoal of said
court at my ofilee in Otithrlo In sild
county this 13th day of August. I SOI.
fsKAI LoriB K. PlTTa
l)echer .lones A Deverenx Clerk.
publlsheil in the D.illy
Aug. ii nvi.
Notice for Publication.
Territory of Oklahoma County of Lo-
gan in tho district court
Kuwnrd 11 (Irccn Harper S Cunning-
ham plalnlllTs vs I). SUinuor Ulti-
ma Sldnucr Defendants.
I). Skinner mid Luium Skinner will
tnlto notice that Kdward II Green and
Harper S. Cunningham of Logan
county Oklahoma Torrltorv did on
the 27th day of July A. D. 1801 file
their petition in tlio district court of
said county and territory against you
I). Skluuer Ktnuia Skinner defend-
ants setting forth that you said de-
fendants have been miou and arc in-
debted to tlio plaintiffs to the amount
of one thousand dollars for ct ices
rendored as attorneys anil tint . writ
of attachment has been lsucd aguiust
liouso and lot known as homestead
of I) and Ktiimti Skinner situated In
I UIOCIC BCYUIllUCIl oi uuy Ul .tlllllllUI
rUklnhoina territory; and tliat you are
notified to appear and answer on or
bofore the iiOth tiny of September A.
I). IStil or the petition will betaken ns
true and the attachment unstained mid
judgment rcnduiut ns prayed for In
IlAIII'IMl S. CU.NNIXOIIAM
Attest: Att'y for Plfftt.
Louis IC Pitts
skai. Clerk of Mild District Courl.
Publitihed 'he first time this Ufith day
of duly 1801
Noiico lor IMililitiiMon.
Territory of Oklahoma i.ogau County
ln the DUlriut Court.
Thu above named defendant l arrle
Sollf.mnn will tako notice that she
has been sued in tho District Court of
Logan county territory of Oklahoma
by the plaintiff Simon Sellgmau in
nil action for divorce and that she
muht anpoar and answer tho petition
which lias been Hied In said court by
the plalntlll on or bofore the 4th dny
of September 1801 nnd If sho does
not appear and answer wild petition
will bo taken as true und a jiidgmuut
taken ngalnst her divorcing tlio
plaintiff from her and dissolving the
bonds of matrimony between the
plaintiff and the defendant mid for
costis of suit.
Loins K. Pitth Clerk
Ily Lko.v.I. Puts Deputy.
First Published in Dully Leador Jun
Notice fur I'liMlrtitlon
Lund olllco at Guthrie O. T. Juno
Notice is hereby given Hint tho fol
lowing-named Hottler Iris tiled notico
of his intention to umbo final proof tn
mtpport of his claim and thut said
proof will bo mado before register and
receiver -it Uuthrlo O. T. on August
35 1SUI vU:
Frank A Smith for tho S K H Sec
23 Tp 17 north of It 2 W.
He namos tho following witnesses to
prove Ills continuous rofcidouco upon
and cultivation of said laud viz:
John A Cravens Horace Cole An-
drew AI Overman M U Sumner all of
Uuthrie 0. T.
Any person who doslros to protest
against the allowance of such nroof
or who knows of uny substantial tea-
son under thu law and tho regulations
of the intorior department why such
proof should not bo allowed will bo
given an opportunity at the above
mentioned tlmo und place to cross-
examino tho witnesses of said claim-
ant and to oifer ovidencc In robuttal
of that submitted by claimant.
A. N. J. CitooK Register.
First published In Dally Leudur Aug.
Notico i'or Publication.
Laud ofllce at Uuthrie. Ok. Aug. 11
Notice U heicby given that the folio w-Inu-imintMl
settler has tlletl notice of his
Intention to make llnal proof In suiiiiurt
of his claim and that said proof will be
made before tiieiMgister ami reattivor at
tiuthrlu. Ok. on beptember ISth 1S0I
Isaac Farley for the northeast quarter
of section S3 township 10 nut th of range
He names the following witness to
prove his continuous residence upon and
eultlvallon of said land viz:
Avery Humphrey. Kdward Farley
William Carlln and James Carllii.all of
Uuthrie O. T.
Any iK'ifon who desires to protest
against the allowance of sueh proof or
who knows of any substantial reason un-
der the law and the regulations of the In-
terior department w liy such proof should
not be allowed will be given an opportu-
nity at the above mentioned time anil
place to cross-examine the witnesses of
mid clulmaut and to olfer evidence In re-
buttal of ihutflubmltted by claimant.
A. N. J. Crook Register.
First published in the Dally Leador
Aug. u. UWI.
Territory of Oklahoma Logun County.
In tlio nimnei vouru oepiemtxir term
1SVI. Mary tit. John vs. Ueorge iU
The above named defendant. George
St. John will take uotlee. thut lie has
been sued In the District (xmrt of Logan
Coiiiilv Territory e) Oklahoma by plaln-
tllf. Mary .St. John In an uetlon for di-
vorce and that lm must upiwiar and an-
swer the petition which has been film In
the said court by the plalntlll. on or be-
fore September SAth lblH and if he
does uot appear and answer said petition
will lxi taken as true and a iuduineul ta
ken against him dissolving tho bonds of
matrimony between the plaintiff and tho
.lfefandant- and for coats of suit.
Witness roy hand and the seal -(this
court at my ofllce In Uuthrie In said cpuu-
ty this I3tn day oj Anuust if'Jt
Louis It Prrrs.
HARDIN COLLEGE AND
MinuiTD FntiriATioN npvvnivip.j
I'stmnsln ISHtitlrs IS Trtihtritid rrofn-orl Alumni of
hT r nkt i
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THE BEST BEER IN OKLAHOMA.
BLACK'S FAMOUS CARBONATED WATERS
BOTTLED BEER FOR FAMILY USE
TELEPHONE 54 : : : : :
R. W. BLACK AGENT
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SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WYCK Prop's.
First-class livery barns at Stillwater and Orlando. Tho best of teams and
improved facilities for earrylug passengers between thoso two points. Team
always ready to start at any tituo in the day and rourn at your pleasure
Tho shortest and quickest route between Uuthrlo and Stillwater is via Orland
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
THE SQUARE BICYCLE DEALERS.
Will search for trade during the scaton of iSo.j. Largest stock of cycles
and cycle sundries west of Kansas City.
Bicycles Sold on Installments
PAYMENTS ACCORDING TO PRICE OF BICYCLES.
A large line of Second-hand Bicycles at Slaughtering prices. Terms
easy. Do not forget to call on us for Sewing Machines and Supplies.
Call at or address 113-1134 East Oklahoma avenue Guthrie O. T.
The Oklahoma Bicycle Comp'y
E. H. KNAUSS Manager.
THE LEADING GROGEr-
Everything i n the grocery line.
Always fresh. No old stock.
Estimates furnished on Uuihlings
Agent for U.
OFFICE 109 NORTH FIRST STREET.
Special rates to
J. W. MoNKAL I'llKBIDENT.
GUTRHIE NATIONAL BANK.
A J. HKAY
Hoard of Director la
A Hoarding ami Day School
Founded by the lit
Texas and under his supervision.
naratorv Coursea. Classics and Higher Mathematics In char
Wellcsloy College and University of
under direction of tho best Instructors
England Conservatory of Music.
son SJctiooi of uratory itosion.
modern langu?cs and all English branches board fuel Ugbl wasiung 830"
Per Annum. Srisle. Art Elocullon. extra charges. For catalogues and f
herioformatlQiaddresa JflggTOXimT Principal St. Mary's InmlUU. Dr (
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fAmnut Itrrlio t (iD.ftftt tj Srhnrtri Ui frnft 1 iaritt tft th
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and First Sheet
of every description.
S. Roof Taint.
VICTOR BLOCK ft
(JKO. II. HI5RRIOT ViokI'kksiokst
addition to Hank Officers:
RORT. MARTIN HENRY LINN
W. J. HORSFALL Caahlor.
for Young ludlos nml Girls
Rev A C Uarrett bishop of northern
Will open SeptLl? 1801. College and ITe
charge of graduates of
Departments of Musle and Art
trained In Germany. England and hew
Elocution taught by graduate of the Emer-
Terms for tuition iucludlng ancisot and
a urfeff gr.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 228, Ed. 1, Friday, August 31, 1894, newspaper, August 31, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73127/m1/3/: accessed July 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.