The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 242, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 16, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GQTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
It-VILKOAU TIMK TAULB
Nc. 401 Chicago Express .... 7s0 a. m.
No. 408 M. Hlvcr Express... 4;(0p. m.
Nj 433 Way Freight 0:30 a.m.
No. 420 Local Krolght 3:20 p. m.
No. 403 Toxas K j press 11:10 p.m.
No. 407 Oklahoma Express.... l:(K)p. m.
No. 423 Way Freight l:C0p. m.
Passengors should procure tickets bo-
jro getting on tlio train
DAILY 1.HAT1IKK IOKEUASTi
Special report for Tub Daily
Lr.AiiKit by V. J. Walters observer
I nited Slutes weather bureau:
Highest temperature yesterday: 88;
Forecast for today: Fair and
GREAT AMOUNT OF SHIPPING
MERCHANTS IN A YERY HAPPY MOOD.
Kllilare One of tlio rrlnclpil Towns of K
County ldipldly running to the
I'ront-Srorcii of L'urluniU of Ct-
tie llclug Miliiped lrom Tlmt
I'lnce-l'lood Trailla; I'olnt
fur Kaur himI Ounce
Special to tlio Leader.
Kii.dakk Sept. 14. Wo arc having
lino ruins and the second crop of grass
is growing finely and making u fine
tsi-coud crop of haj.
It a grand bight to look to the east
nud see the many thousand rluks of
line buy and the largo ricko of pressed
hay now in line at the depot vould
indicate that wu uro well fixed for the
l'etcr llollcnbaek who bought out
lion. II. It. Owens' mercantile busi-
ness is laying in one of the heaviest
fitoi'ks i.i the new country and his
trade within the Kaw country is well
represented every day with a long
train of teums and wagon trains com
iug in to trade.
It is believed that not less than one
hundred ami fifty thousand bushels of
wheat will be shipped from Kildare
Station this season.
Santa Fe otlleialK aro willing to
make Kildure the cattle shipping poiut
for some 40000 head of cattle now
grazing In the Kaw and Odogo coun-
tries providing the people along the
line of the trail will give their con
The farmrs uro now busy plowing
for wheat and it's expected tho largest
acreage of wheat will be sown in K of
any county in all Oklahoma.
Cnpt. II. Terrill says the stage travel
is improving rapidly bince the rains
Morris Fargasons fc Terrill have
been largo buyers of hay at Kildare
and havo iucrcetod tlio por capita of
money very materially in K county.
We now havo the poles up for a tel-
ephone lino from Kildare to IMackwell
fourteen miles webt north to Arhnn-
has City twenty miles and south
to Cross and l'ouca eight miles ulso
to extending to our temporary city
bomowhere north of us.
Kildare being tho center of K county
and being the distributing point of
mail for tlio western purt of the
county also for tho cast side of the
county and tho Kaw and Osage coun-
tries tho peoplo hero feel as though
they were living In the center of the
universe besides living in the largest
and most prosperous and best agricul-
tural county in n'l Oklahoma; have
just reasons to feel proud of the coun-
try we are living in.
There is one of tlio finest churches in
K county now building in the white
city on the mound also a fine school
building wllf be completed as soon as
money and men can do the work.
Merchants and business men gener-
ally are well pleased with the volume
of business being done. 1. O.
Colored crayons both pencil and
chalk at tho Capital City book store.
It 13 Itn
The best 5 cent cigar in the city at
Lillio &. Co. 'b. inBO tf.
The Grand Lodge of A. l .v. A. M.
of Oklahoma will lay the corner stone
of tho high school building of Perry
O. T. on the 17th lust. Masons of
(uthrie will do well to attend.
K. M. ItAMFOItl)
Grand Junior Warden.
(liithrUaml ChuudlerMmll Line
Will carry passengers for SU50 until
further notice. 40 pounds of baggage
Leavos Guthrie 0:30 a. in.; arrives at
Chandler at 5:00 n. m.
Leaves Chandler 5:30 a. m.; arrives
at Guthrie 5:00 d. in.
Otllco at Palace hotel. Telephono
No 20. 7 13 tf
John Duhfkk Prop.
Hammocks and banc balls
illle & Co.'s. ni20 tf
If you want Paris style call at Mrs.
Smith'. tho first-class milliner.
0 1-J t4
Cheap Kxcunlou Kiatr.
The Santa Fe route will sell excur
siou tickets from points at Missouri
river and cast thereof to points In
Kansas Oklahoma Texas Colorado
and New Mexico at ono fare for the
round trip limited for return passage
twenty days. All who have friends
In the eastern fatates should notify
them of the excursion as tbey may
want to take advantage of these
cheap rates end make a vliit
A new trimmer and new hats at Miss
Patterson's. 0 8 Ct
School supplies cheap at tho Capital
C Ity book store. 9131m
Tbe Royal barber shop on the north
side of Harrison avenue near Second
street. J U. Towers Manager. 118th
lis life:a failure?
Mm. 1.. M. Durrce Itrpllrn to II. K' 1IU
RniTon Daily LnAiiKit
In Thursday's Daily Lkadkk It. 1C
C. asks this question "Is Life Worth
Livinj??" Most certainly It Is. Got
up early some summer morning go
nut In tho garden and look around nt
the clear blue sky the green trees
the roses as they were In my old homo
all in bloom filling tho alt with their
fragrance tlio birds hinging and no
stir of busy life but tho penco and
quiet before It begins and I say that
it is good to be alive in such u beauti-
ful world and my private opinion Is
that the man she speaks of must havo
tho liver complaint to think other-
wise. I know a man who passes my win-
dow half a dozen times a day and he
is never In such a hurry that he cannot
stop to speak to a child or pat it pn
the head. Ho walks fust with his
head thrown back and acts as if
everything interested him. No need
to ask that man is llfo worth living.
He shows by his actions that it Is.
My life has not been freo from
trouble either: for instance I hired
a man to put down my carpet paid
him in ndvnn c and like tho song that
Dan Powers sings "I have never seen
him since." If that is not enough to
shake my faith iu humanity I would
like to know what is.
Itut seriously wo have no right to
be always complaining of our lives.
There is uo life of perfect happiness
and tho people who think only of self
will find their life a failure.
Do not shapo your lives for this
world only but ever with tlio thought
of a purer and better one above.
Go out amouug tlio people and cheer
and comfort those who aro unhappy.
You will have plenty to do.
Act In such a manner that your
friends will always have a hearty
welcome for you.
"A gentle word is never lost
Oh never then refube one
It cheers the heart when tempest
And lulls tho'cares that bruise one."
Guthrie Sept. 15. L M. Dmtl'Kii
Iuformnl Millinery Opening.
Miss Patterson the milliner is pre-
paring to hold her annual millinery
opening on Thursday Friday and
Saturday September 20 21 and 2.
Miss Patterson has the best trimmer
in Oklahoma; this added to her choice
stock of new ancles just received
from the cast causes her emporium to
grow iu popularity. She has no rent
to pay and employs no bands there-
fore it naturally follows that she
should sell goods cheaply. She saves
her customers 25 per cent on all pur-
Lost A gold and amber hair orna-
ment between the operu house and
tho Okla hotel. Finder return to this
otllce and receive reward. tf
Special attention Is given to nil Ger-
mans interested in celebrating German
Day in Guthrie this year as there wtll
be a meeting at Drill's Hall Monday
night at Dp. in. and want every one
present. Emu. Itni'N.NiEu
To whom It may concern:
Notice is hereby given that liebouUfc
Marker have this day Hied their petition
for license to retail liquors in Orlando;
Logan County Oklahoma and that
unless objection to the same as requir-
by law bo filed by the 26th day of isept.
A. IK 1804 said petition will bo
Guthrie O. T. Sept 15th 1801.
F. J. Dolcatii
w3 County Clerk
First published in the Dally Leadir
To Kate Krobs.
You are hereby notified tltut you
havo been sued in the district court of
Logan county Oklahoma Territory
by Aloysius Krubs in an action for di-
vorce and that you must answer the
petition of the said Aloyhius Krebs
tiled in said court in said action on or
before tho 2'Jth day of October 1801
or said petition will bo taken as true
and a judgmeut for divorce rendered
against you accordingly.
Wltuess my hand and the
bcal of said court affixed at
(seal ) my ofllco in Guthrie O. T.
this Sopt. 15. 1804.
Louis E. Pitts Clerk.
J. W. Miller. Atto.-ney for P't'fT.
First Publlshediin Daily Leader Sep-
Notice lor Publication.
Land office at Guthrie O. T. Sep-
tember 15 1M4.
Notice is hereby given that tho following-named
settler his filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim and that said
proof will be made before register and
receiver nt Guthrie O. T on October
22. 1804 viz:
Isaac Farley for the northeast
quarter of section Ii2 township 10
north of rango two west.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land viz:
Avery A Humphrey Edward Farley
William Carliti and Jumes Curl In ull
of Guthrie O. T.
Any person who desires to protest
against tho allowance of such proof
or who knows of any substantial rea-
son under the law and the regulations
of the interior department why such
proof should not be allowed will bo
given an opportunity at tho above
mentioned timo and place to cross-
examine tho witnesses of said claim-
ant and to offer evidence in rebuttal
of thut submitted by claimant.
A. N. J. Ciiook Register.
First published in Dally Leader Sep-
tember 10 1S01.J
Notice for Publication.
Territory of Oklahoma county of Lo
gan: in tlio District court. Hainan
C. English vs. Anna English.
The above-named defendant Anna
English will take notice that she has
been sued In the district court of Lo-
gan county territoiy of Oklahoma by
the plaintiff Nath.in C. English in
action for divorce and that sho must
appear and answer the petition which
has been filed in iuld court by the
plaintiff on or before tho 27th clay of
October A D. HU4 and that if she
does not appear and answer said peti
tion it will be taken as true and a
judgment taken against her divorcing
tbe plaintiff from her and dissolving
the bonds of matrimony between the
pi sin tiff and the defendant and for
costs of suit.
Witness my hand and
the seal nf said court
affixed at my office in
Seal Guthrie in said county
this 15th day of Septem-
ber. A. D. 18M.
dlw Louis E. Pitts Clerk.
AFTER THE GRIP
pneumonia fevers or other debilitating dls-
nucc your quickest way to get llesh nnd
strength is with Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical
Discovery. Tbt gives purity to your blood
and rapidly buitds up lost flesh and strength.
mb. r-r.Ai or rrocK-
ttt tltllf. Turn. lmd
an attack of wrnMej
followed by brnn-
chltu and bneurno-
tiid. llor husband
wrltrsi "I feel Krntl-
Bed with tho effect of
your wonderful medi-
cine. I can recommend
it iu aiiyoouy nnu reel
l J am doing- them Jus-
ntilo to perform her
Ilflllfinlinlfl rtntliM 9nm
Mas. Neal. bIx months. Slio has
r u . . UBd . two .bottles of
Golden Mod lent Discovery' nnd Is now nblo
to do nil her work. I think It tho finest
medicine In tho world nd I am gratefully
your tlfe-loni; friend J. H.TJKAL."
Oil MONEY RETUUNED.
IPlr-t published in the Uuthrlc Dally Leader
September IS. IHM
T ri Itnry of Oklahoma. Logan tnuntv.
In the nhtrkt IViurt September term. IHM
Jnhii farter l'laliitlfl. v. Leunoia farter
The above named defendant Leonora far-
ter will take notice that she lias been sued
In the District Court of Logan county. Terrl-
Inrv iirOtrl.humn liu .il.ln.irf 1...... r .........
.-J wn...lV.lU UJ FU1I11 Ull. Ill . til ilTI
III an action for divorce and that he must
apicar and answer wild ictltl(u which has
been tiled In the Mild court by the plaintiff
on or before October rd lftil anil If uliu
does not appear and answer xald petition
will be taken as true and a Judgment taken
aK.ilnut her dlnMdrlng the bonds of matri-
mony between the plaintiff and the defen-
dant. Witness my hand and the Real of this court
at my ortlce fn Guthrie In said County thin
11th flay of September lot) I.
Iskai.) Lotris 15. Pirrn
First published In tho Dally Leader
In the district court of Logan county
Mllo lturlingume PlaintlfT. vs. Kiln
Tlio ubovo named defendant Klla
Iturllngame will take notice that sho
hnu been sued in the district court of
Lognn county Torritorv of Oklahoma
by tiic plutntliT Milo Ituilingame iu
an action for divorce and tlmt she
must uppear nnd answer the petition
which has been filed In said court on
or before the 2.1th day of October
1601 and that If sho docs not appear
and answer that said petition will be
taken ns true and a judgment will be
taken against her divorcing the
plaintiff from her nnd dissolving the
bonds of matrimony between the
plaintiff and defendant and for the
costs of suit.
Wltncs my hand nnd the
seal of said court at my of-
s k.u.J ilco in Guthrie in said
county this nth day of
Louis K. Pitts Clerk.
J. W. Mii.i.ek Atfy for P'flf.
First published in Dally Leader Sep-
tember 14. J
Notice to Creditors.
Iu tho matter of tho estate- of L II.
Shapland late of tho city of Guthrie
county of Lognn territory of Oklaho-
All persons having claims against
L It. bilinpland deceased are required
to exhibit the same witli tlio neces-
sary vouchers to the unclnrsigned duly
appointed and qualifle l executrix of
tho last will of said deceased at the
office of W. W. Thomas In Guthrie in
the county of Logan nnd territory of
Oklahoma and that blx months after
the first publication of this notice hns
been limited by order of the probate
court of said Lognn county ns the
time for creditors of said deceased to
exhibit and present their claims
aguiust said estate.
Dated the 13th day of September
ISO I. GlIACr. 0. SlIAl'I.ANI)
First published in tlio Daily Leader
To William P. Thompson:
You are hereby notified that you
havo been sued in the district court of
Logan county. Oklahoma Territory
by Julia P. Thompson in an action for
divorce and tlmt you must answer tho
petition of said Julia P. Thompson
filed In said court in said action on or
beforo the 25th day of October A. I).
1801 or said petition will be taken as
true nnd judgment for a divorce ren-
dered against you accordingly.
Datol Sept. 13 1801.
Louis E. Pitts
Cleric of tho District Court.
First published In Dally Loader Sopt l!ij
Notice lor I'tiiilirution.
Land Office at Guthrie O. T. Sept 11
Notice Is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named sottler has tiled uotlco of his
Intention to make final proof In support of
hit claim and thai said proof will he made
before register and receiver at Gjtlule O.
T. on October 10 1801 viz:
John II Fowler for tho S E H See 37
Town lft 112 W.
lloiuunos the following wltnoknos to
prove his continuous refcldouco upon and
cultivation of tedd laud iz:
John M. Whltehoud Muhlon it. Math-
ers James iloiso of Guthrie Ok.;
Henry Prpjier of EnMold Ok.
Any person who dotdros to protottt
agaliiHt tlio allowance of Midi proof or
who knows of any substantial reiiMiii un-
der the law and tlio regulation of the In-
terior department why such proof should
not he allowed : 111 bo given an opMir-
tunlty nt.tlio ultove mentioned timo and
place to crosa-oMimlno tho withe. of
suld claimant and to o0r evidence In ih-
buttal of that submitted by claimant.
A. N. J. Cisook KegUtor.
First published in Dally Leader Aug
In tho dlstriot court of Logan ounty
Mary T. Coker plaintiff vs. Emma
Tho defendant Emma Clark will
take notice thut the above named
plaintiff. Marv T. Coker did on the
nth day of May 1801 file her petition
in the district court of Logan county
Oklahoma Territory and that she
must answer aid petition on or bofore
the 22nd day of Soptember 1801 or
said case wilt be heard ex parte and
judgment rendered against her for the
recovery of lots 4 and n in block 01 in
thut division of the City of Guthrie
known as Capitol Hill; that the deed
Issued to defendant by Townslte
Hoard No. 0. dated July 7th. 1898 for
said lots will be cancelled and that
said lots will be deeded to the plaintiff
herein under the order of tho court.
Thut plaintiff will take judgment
against the defendant for costs of said
suit and for other relief.
Witness my hand and tho
seal of said court at my of.
skai. flee in Guthrie this 10th
day of August 1894.
Louis E. Pitts
Clerk District Court
Teaque Ray Att'y for lTtff.
-"VA '' 1 "
Miss Patterson is the cheapest and
most stylish milliner In Oklahoma.
She now linn tho best trimmer in Okla
homa. The Indies aro invited to call
and examine H.ylo and stock before
buying. 9 H tit
lluy your pianos and organs of
Murray it Williams and got twenty
lessons absolutely free. tf
For Kent Three nicely furnished
rooms single or on suite on Cleve-
land avenue. Apply nl Lkadkh of-
fice. 0 J2 tf
First published in Oklahoma Leader
Notice lor l'ulilicntion.
Land Oillce nt Guthrie O T Sept 14
Notice Is hereby given that the fol-
lowing nnined settler has filed noMcc
of his intention to innlto Hunt proof iu
support nf his claim nnd that said
proof will bo mndo before Hip register
nnd receiver united States land otllco
at Guthrie O T on 13th of November
Pius S. Kossler who mndo homestead
entry No 021 at tho V S laad oillce at
Guthrie O T May 2 18S0.
northeast quarter of section
township sixteen north of
three west Indian mcridinn.
Ho names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous rcsldenco upon
and cultivation of suhl land vl'
Emerson Swcrdfeger Charles Ham
Wlnlleld S. Kessler Joseph Seharvolz
all of Guthrie 0 T P O.
Any person who desires to protest
against the allowance of Mien proof
or who knows of any substantial
renson under tho laws and the regula-
tions of tho interior department why
such proof should not bo allowed will
bo given an opportunity nt the above
mentioned time nud place to cross-
examine the witnesses of aid claim-
ant and to olTor evidence iu rebuttal
of that submitted by claimant.
A. N. J. Cnooii Ueglster.
First published In the Daily Leader
Notice 'or Publication.
In the district court Soptember
term ISO l.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan coun-
Ella C. Phillips PlaintlfT vs. Charles
11 Phillips Defondnnt
Tho above numed defendant Charles
It Phillips will take notice that he
has been sued In the district court of
Logan county Oklahoma Territory
by dalntlir Ella C. Phillips. In an
action for divorce and that lie must
appear and answer tlio petition which
has been filed in said court by plain-
HIT on or beforo October 2Uh 1801
and that if he docs not appear ami
answer nald petition will be taken ns
true nnd a judgment taken against
him dissolving tlio bonds of matri-
mony betweon the plaintiff and de-
fondant and for costs of suit.
Witness my hand and
the seal of this court at my
ri:Ai. office in Guthrie In said
enmity this lttli day of
Lotus E. Pitts Cleric
li. M. Adams P't'lls Att'ys.
First published In the Dally Leader
Aug. 11 1801.
Notlt'c fur I'lilillcatloii
Territory of Oklahoma County of Lo-
gan In the district court.
Edward It. Green Harper S. Cunning-
ham plaintiffs vs. 1). Skinner Em-
ma Skinner Defendants.
I). Skinner nud Emma Skinner will
talto notice that Edward It. Grcun nud
Harper S. Cunningham of Logan
county Oklahoma 1 erritory did on
the 27th day of July A. D. 180 fllu
their petition in tho district court of
said county and territory against you
I). Skinner Emma Skinner defend-
ants setting forth thut you haul de-
fendants havo been tued nnd nru in-
debted to the plaintiffs to tho amount
of ono thousand dollars for services
rendered ns attorneys and that a writ
of attachment has been isucd against
houso and lot known as homestead
of D. and Emma Skinner situated In
block seventeen of city of Mulhull
Oklahoma territory; and that you aro
notified to appear and nsswer on or
boforo tho SUtli dny of Soptember A.
D. Ib04 or the petition will bo taken as
true and the attachment Riistiilned and
judgment rondcrud as prayed for In
IlAIU'KIt S. Cu.NNI.SnilAM
Attest: Att'y for Plff's.
Louis E. Pitts
hkal Clerk of said District Court
First published In tho Dally Leader
Territory of Oklahoma county of Lo-
gan ss. In Probate Court.
Nnt'co Is hereby given that on the
12th day of September A. 1). 18U C. J.
Tuohy filed In tho probate court of thu
c unity of Logan and Territory of
O.dahoma a petition praying for lol-
tert of administration lie Issued to
li i in upon the estate of Kit-hard Cun-
ningham deceased late of thu county
of Logan and territory of Oklaho i.u.
And purtuunt to an ordor of said
probate court Monday the 24 day of
September A. D. 1KUI nt thu hour of
1 o'clock p. in. of said day thut being
a day of tlio regular Septumbur term
A. 1). 1801. of fciild probuto court has
boon appointed as the time for hearing
snld application when and where any
perbon intetohtoil may contest said
petition by filing written opposition
thereto on thu ground of in-
competency of the applicant or may
assert his or her own rights to the ad-
ministration and pray that lottors be
issuu'l to llllDbOlf.
Witness S. S. Lawrence jndge of
tho probuto court of the county of
Logan nnd tho seal of the court af-
fixed this li day of Septumbur A. 1).
1801. S. H. LAWiir.N'CR
hKAL. Probata Judge.
NOTICr. Ol' HKAKINO.
II of ore tho trustees of townslto board No.
0. Guthrlo O. T..eontet docket No. 3W
lot No. 10 block No. 40 towimlto Guth-
rlp.O.T. Allen Carruthors. II. M. Aduinn Jointly
Ernest L. MeLalu. Jo-ph Grant sev-
To Allen Camitliorn II. M. Adams Joint-
ly Ernetil L. MeLaln an Joseph Grant.
You and oach of you are hereby notifi-
ed thut the above eiitllld causo.lnvolvlng
the application! of the partleo therein
mentioned for dood to lot 10 block 40 in
the town of Guthrie county of Logan nnd
Torritorv of Oklahoma by order of board
No. tl of towimlto triiitecH. In sot for
hearing Ix-foro nald board at iu oillce. lo-
eatod at Guthrie. O. T. on the 31st duy of
Octolier. lHOi.ut 10 o'clock a. in. of said
day; and of all continuances and post-
IKHiemenu you anu eacn oi you win taKo
due notice without further service thoro-
In witness whereof we. tho members of
said board have hereunto subscribed our
names this Sth day of September 1804.
J. Ii. O. Landiiuji
J. T. Taylou
J. F. Saundkhb.
Hoard No. 0 Townslte Trustuus.
Note. Each claimant will bo required
j deposit ttt.0" with tho Disbursing
Agent to defray expenses of the trial for
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r mi ii r .M..UI
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published In the Dally
Aug. II 1MII.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan
In thu liNtrlcl Court.
Aiiulo CliiUtlau vs. Phillip
Tho above named defendant Phillip I).
Christian will tnko notice that ho has
boon sued In tlio District Court of Logan
County. Teiritory of Oklahoma by tho
iilalntlir. Amilr 11. ClnUil.ui u an action
lor divoii-o and that lie mimt appear and
answer tho petition which has linen lilcd
In said court on or lieforo tho a.Mh day
of S ptcmlier. 1H1U. and that If ho doim
not nppoar and unxwer tlmt mild petition
will bo taken us true and a judgment
will bo taken ugnlnil him divorcing tho
iilalntlir fiom him and diiolvliig tint
bonds of matilmony hoUvoou thu plaintiff
and thu defendant and for tho cU of
Witnow my hand nnd thnonl of said
court at my oflicu In Guthrie In S'lld
county this 13th day of AugiiHt IHiti.
I8KAI..I l.OIIIH K. riTTH
Decker .lonos .. Dovoroiix
Att'ys for Plalntllf.
First Published Iu Dally Louder August
Land office nt Guthrlo O. T. Aug. 20
Notice is hereby given that the fullow-Ing-namcd
eottlur hns filed notice of ItU
Intontlou to make filial proof In niiiKnt
of his olulm and that said proof will ho
made boforo rogietor and icolvor at
Guthrlo on OclolKir 5 IMll vit:
Htrli. nl (i Goddes who iiihiIo homo-
sUiad entry No. 0U3 for tho sw ). wietlun
33 township 10 north ran no 3 went.
Ho names the following wltnews to
prove his continuous lestdouce upon nud
cultivation of uld laud. vU:
JainoH Woimer William S-iutluger.
John SIiim Suiuurl (loldlrap all
oiiiuinrio ti. i.
Any pnrMin who drain to pmtt-st
iik'alimt the allowance of viieh proof or
who knows of any khIwUiiiIhI roamui
under the law and the loMiilwtloitK of tlio
Interior dopurlmeut. why fctu-h pimtf
should not bo allowed will 1m given uii
opportunity ut the above -w-utliiiid tline
and iiluco to croM-exumliifl the wIUiossph
of Hold elulinaut mid to offer evidence In
rebuttul of that submitted by claimant.
1 130 A. N. J. CUOOIC UegUler.
To whom It may wmeeru:
NotlunU herobv ulvon tUat Win. ('. John
has this day Bind Ids politlou for lleeiiso
to rtiiull ll(uors In Guihrta Ikhii eouuty
Oklahoma and that unl oiictUin to
thu sauifHS ieiilred by law be fllwl by
tho 13th duy of B1H. A. 1). 11 suld
mtltlon will lio gruuttMl.
V. J. Doisatkil County Clerk.
Quthrle O. T. Aug. 31 lti.
First published In the pally Leader
Sept. 15. 1MH.1
Territory of Oklahoma Logan County.
Iu tho District Court September term
IbOI. Camilla K. Thuyer plaintiff v.
Kurlc N. Thayer defoiidaut.
The ubove naiiind defendant Kurd N.
Thayer will taki- notl- that ho has
boon sued In tho District (ourt of Ixuii
County Territory of Oklahoma by iilalu-
lllf Camilla E Thayer in uu actkm for di-
vorce and that he must apjiear and an-
swer the petition which has Ikn tilwl In
thu said court by the plulntitl on or be-
foro October 20th 101 und If he
does not appear and aucr said petition
will bo taken as true and a judgment ta-
ken against him dissolving the bonds of
matrimony between the plulutill and thu
defendant and for costs of suit.
Witness my baud nud the seal of this
court at my oOlce In (Jutlirti- in said coun
ty this 14tU day of ScjjU mix r ln
8EAT.J Lot 18 E. Pi-
John J Holes.
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WHAT WE ARE AFTER
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Is wY. c arc after and the lever we tuc is
the quality and price This week we are
starting out ith the idea of lolling new fall
and winter suits at tho price you generally pay
for them nt the end of the eti9on. Wo would
like to show you the finest line of new and
nobby stylish ready to wear clothing
laid your i yes on ttt prices herctofote un-
known for hotictt leHitble clothing mieh as wc
enrry. If you vrnut a suit tlrni'l hoy litrtil you
have seen ours. Voitis for hnigniiis
Second St. Opposite P. 0.
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Jno. TJ3E& 3rdLol3Lxi.or
Contractor and Builder.
Agent for U.
OFFICE 109 NORTH FIRST STREET
The befit Cotton Market for the
fcoutliwest is now Houston
Texas. This has boon proven
beyond a doubt by those who
huve shipped Cotton there dur-
isg the past three years
To auoouimodato the large
trade concentrating here wo
huve lakt year .built a model
press and warehouse and
nave this year doubled its ca-
pacity. Please correspond with us be-
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and ask for stencil quotations
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 242, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 16, 1894, newspaper, September 16, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73140/m1/3/: accessed January 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.