The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 248, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 23, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LEADEB GUTHEIE OKLAHOMA
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N) 422 Way Freight 0:30 a. m.
No. 420 Local Freight 2;0p. in.
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DAILY WKATIIKK FOUKCASTI
Special rrit for Tiik Daiia
Lkadkii b.v W. J. Walters observer
I nltcd States weather bureau:
Highest temperature yesterday: 00;
Forecast for today: Fair and
Whereas. Uy net of congress approv-
ed July 30th 18s) I tlio Governor of
Oklahoma Territory Is authorized
to appoint throo citizens of said terri-
tory.rot moro than two of whom shall
be of the same political part.y as a
omnltteo to npportlou said torritory
Into hirtecn council and twenty-
six representative districts for mem-
bers of the third legislative as-
W herons it is In said art furlhor pro-
vided that on tlio first Tuesday after
tho Drst Monday in November 1S0I.
there shall be held an election in said
territory nt which timo thore shall bo
elected n delcgnto in congress mem-
bers of tho third legislative assembly
county and townships ofllcers. and
that the Governor shall on or before
tho first day of October 1P0I
issue a proclamation for tho holding
of said election setting forth tWrcm
the apportionment of said territory
Whereas Section O0S7 of the laws
of Oklahoma provide that tho Gover-
nor shall in all cnKec issue lib procla-
mation giving thirty d nys' notlco of
tho limn mid place of holding elections
for tho purpose of choosing a delegate
to congress." members of the torrl-
torlal legislature and county and
Now therefore I William C. Ron-
frow Governor of the Territory of
Oklahoma by vlrtno of tlio power
In mo vested and In pursuance of said
act of congress and said act of tho Ok-
lahoma legislature do hereby proclaim
and declaro that tho commission ap-
pointed by mo in pursuance of said net
of congress has nnportloned tlio
Territory of Oklahoma into thirteen
councl" and twenty-six representative
districts as follows to-wlt:
The First Ileprcsentiuivo district Is
composed of townships No. three 3
four 4 and precinct No two 2 In
township No. llvo G and tho town of
Tecumseh iu tho county of Pottawato-
mie and is entitle t to one representa-
tive. Tho Second representative district is
composed of townships one 1 six G
two 2 and precinct No. one 1 in
township No. Ave 5 in the county of
Pottawatomie and Choctaw Scmtnolo
and Creel: townships In tho county of
Lincoln mid Is entitled to one repre-
sentative. The Third representative district is
composed of township ten 10 N R.
one 1 cast T. nine 0 N. It. two
west Liberty Mooro mid Case town-
ships and tho towns of Hast and West
Norman in Cleveland county and tho
townships of Cass and Pott in Oklaho-
ma county and Is entitled to ono rep-
resentative. Tho Fourth representative district Is
composed of T. nine t) N. R. ono
east;T. It. It. 1 w T.8N. R. 1. 12.; Twp.
eight 8 N. K. one 1 west; Twp. eight
b N. It. two.2 wot; Twp. seven 7
N. It one 1 east; Twp. sovon 7. N.
It. ono. 1 W.; Twp. 7 two 2 Wi Twp.
six 0 N. It. oho east; Twp. six.N. 11.
ono 1 W nuil T. five 5 IL one 1
cast in Cleveland county and Is en-
titled to one representative.
The fifth representative district is
composed of the city of Oklahoma
City Oklahoma and G-eely townships
In Oklulioma county and is entitled to
The Sixth representutlvo district is
composed of lloone. Mustang Council
Grovo Spring Creek Deer Creek Ed-
tuond llritlon llurtzcll Crutcho
Springer and Choctaw townships and
the town of Hdmond in Oklulioma
county and ia entitled to one represen-
tative Tlio Seventh representative district
is composed of Muthewtoii Frisco
Yukon Mustang. Union Purcell
Ileno Uty and Hoclc Island townships
and tlio town of Okurchu in Canadian
county and Is entitled to ouu repre-
sentative. The Eighth representative district
is composed of townships No. one 1
two 2 three 3 four 4 and live. S und
the precincts of the town of El Reno
in Canadian comity and is entitled to
The Ninth representative district Is
composed of tho county of "Q" and Is
entitled to one representative.
Tbo Tenth representative district is
composed of lllae'i Hoar. Lowe Wat-
kins and Autry townships und tho city
of Perry In "P" county and is entitled
to one representative
The Eleventh representative district
is composed of Keokuk Fox Pouea
Pawuoe Union Osage and Cimarron
tovnshlp3 In the county ol Lincoln
and all of townshlpi Sevcnteon 17.
Klghteeu 18. mid Nmoteon 10. N. ltd.
east In the county of Pnyuo and Is en
titled to ono roprcsontu'.ivc.
Tho Twelfth representative distdot
is composed ol lonsinps ouveiueon
17. N. It Five S. cast Twp. Eighteen.
18 N. It. Five 5. east Twp. NInetuon
ID in rouges Two 2. Throe. 3 Four 4
and live 5 east Tv p. Twenty. 20
N. iu ranges two 2 three 3 and four
4. cast mid the town of Stillwater In
the county of Payne aud is entitled to
The ulilrteouth representative dis-
trict U composed of Chand'or. Otoe
Toheo and Iowa townships and the
town of Chandler in thu county of
Lincoln and Lincoln and Deep Fork
township In Oklahoma couuty and
Iowa Cimarron. Spring Ya'.e. Hear
Creek and Springer townships In
Logan county and is entitled to one
The Fourteenth renre&entatlvo dis-
trict is composed of the oily of Guth-
rie and the townships of Soward and
Guthrie In Logan county una is cult
tied to one representative.
The Fifteenth representative district
Is composed Spring Creole Cedar
Iron Mound Crescent Woodland
Lawrle Antelope Mulhult Hose
11111 Oak View Marshall IUsmark
and Orlando townships and the
town of Mulhall In Logan county
mr.d 1 entitled to ono representative.
The Sixteenth representative district
is composed of Twp. toyeuteen 17 N
It one 1 W. and townships seventeen
N. In ranges ono 1 two 9 lhre 8
and four. 4 cast Twp. ilgUlean. N. It
ono 1 W. Twp 1. 18 N rnnges one
1 two 2 throe 3 nud four 4 east
Twp. nineteen '. N. lutigu one I
W. townships nlnoUuti 10 N.
It. one. 1 east and Twp. twenty 10
N. It. one 1 cast T. 20 N. 11. 1 W. and
tho town of Perkins In Payno county
nnd is entitled to one representative
The Seventeenth representative dis-
trict Is composed of Tps. fifteen. 1G.N.
iu ranges ten 10 cloven 11 twelve 12
and thirteen 13 W. Twps. sixteen
iu N. in ranges eleven 11 twelve 12
and thirteen 13 west and all that
part of Illaluo county lying south of
tho township lino dividing townships
Fourteen 14 and fifteen IS north
nnd tho town of Watonga in Itlaiuc
county nud Twps. fifteen 1.1 N. It.
nine 9W.Twn.sixtcon 11 N in ranges
seven 7 and eight 8 W. Twp. Seven-
teen 17 N. in ranges live ft six 0 and
seven 7 W. Twps. eighteen 18 N in
ranges five .1 six 0 and seven 7 W.
nnd tho town of Kingfisher in
Kiugfislor county nud is entitled to
Tho Eighteenth representative dis-
trict is composed of Twp. fifteen is
N. in rnnges live ft six 0 sovon 7
and eight 8 W. Twp sixteoti 10 N.
range five 5 six 0 nine 0 .
Twp. 17 N. in ranges eight
8 and nine 0 W. Twps.
eighteen 18. N In ranges eight 8 nnd
nine 0 W Twp nlnotoen 10 N.
iu ranges five R six 0 sovon 7
night 8. and nine 0 west
nnd tho town of Hennessey in King-
fisher county nnd Twps. sixteon 10
N. range ton 10 w. Twp. seventeen
17N In rnnges ten10.olevonll twelve
12 and thlrtcon 13 west townships
eighteen 18 N. in ranges ton 10
cloven 11 twelve 12 nnd thirteen. 13
west twps. nineteen 10 N. In rnnges
ten 10 eleven 11 twelve l9 and thir-
teen 13 W.in the county of liluiuo alid
Is entitled to one representative.
The Nineteenth representative dis-
trict is composed of twps. No. two 2
three 3 four 1 llvo 5 six 0 nine 0
and ten 10 in L county nnd voting
precincts No. eleven 11 twelve 12
thirteen 13 fourteen 14 llftccn.l.l.six-
tcou 10 and trvcnly-cight 28 In M
county nnd is entitled to one repre-
sentative. Tho Twentieth representative dis-
trict is composed of voting precincts No
nine 0. ten 10 seventeen 17 eighteen
IS nineteen 10 twenty 20 twenty-
oi. j 21 twonty-two22 twenty- three 2.1
twenty-four 24 twenty-five 2fi twenty-six.
20 twenty-seven 27 twenty-
nine 20 thirty 30 thirty-one 31 and
thirty two 32 in M county and is en-
titled to ono representative.
Tho Twenty -first representa-
tive district Is composed of
township No. one 1 in L county
nnd Rock Falls Iteufrow lllnckwcll
Lowe Vornou Weston Nowklrk ICil-
dare Onto and Walthcm township)
and the towns of Newkirk nnd
ltlnekwell in "K" county nnd is enti-
tled to ono representee.
The Twenty-Second representative
district is composed of Tw - ilo.
Sovon 7 Eight 8 and Eleven il aud
tho towns of Itound Pond and Pond
Creek In "L" county mid Carlisle
Tonkawa Owen Cross aud Long wood
townships nud towns of Cross aud
Ponra City in '!" county aud Is en
titled to ono representative.
The twenty-third representative
district Is composed of precincts No
one 1 two 2 three 3 four I five 5
six 0 seven 7 and eight 8 in "M"
county nnd Cleveland llenfrow Wait-
krmls Enid Donloy Patterson Hill
Williams Marshall and Wood town-
ships and tlio town uf Enid In '()"
county and is entitled to ono represen-
tative Tho twenty-fourth representative
district is composed of Olive Collins
Hassler HuiTulo Kcowce Chcowec
Lapolis aud North Enid townships and
the town of North Enid In the couuty
of "O" and lted Uock aud White Itouk
townships in the county of "P" nnd is
entitled to one representative.
The Twenty-fifth representative dis-
trict is composed of the counties of
Heaver and "N" aud la entitled to one
Tho Twenty-sixth rcprcsonlati vo dis-
trict is composed of tho counties of
Day Ilogor Mills Washita "G" and
"D" and is entitled to ono representa-
tive Council District.
The First council district is com-
posed of the First und Second repre
sentative districts and is entitled to
one member of the council.
The second council district is coin-
posed of the third und fourth roproseu-
talivo districts nnd is entitled to one
member of tho council.
Tho third council district is com-
posed of tho fifth and sixth represen
tative districts and Is entitled to one
member of the council.
Tho fourth council district Is com-
posed of the seventh nud eighth rep-
resentative districts and is entitled to
one member of the council.
Tho fifth council district is compos-
ed of the ninoth and tenth represonta-
tlvo.dlstrlcts aud is entitled to ono
member of the council
Tho sixth council district Is compos-
ed of tho olevonth and twolvth rep-
resentative districts and Is entitled
to ono member of the council.
Tho seventh council district Is com-
posed of tho thirteenth and fourteenth
representative districts una is untitled
to ono member of tho council.
Tho eighth council district is com-
posed of tho fifteenth and sixteenth
representative d'.strlots and is entitled
to ono member of the council.
The ninth council district is com-
posed of tho seventeenth mid eight-
eenth ronrcbentativo districts mid Is
untitled to one member of tho coun-
cil. Tho tonth council district Is com-
posed of tho nineteenth aud twen-
tieth representative districts aud is
entitled to one member of tho coun-
cil. Tho eleventh council district Is com
posed of the twenty-first and twonty
second representative districts und is
untitled to ono member of tho coun-
cil. Tho Twelfth counoil dlstrlot is com-
noted of tho Twenty-Third and
Twenty-Fourth representative dls-
triets and is entitled to ouu member of
Thu Thirteenth council district Is
conipo-e.l of tho Twentv-Flfth aud
TwuntySixih representative districts
and is entitled to ono uioniber of tho
Aud that on Tuesday the Sixth
day of Novombor A. 1). 1801. at tho
sevoral voting preclnots in said terri-
tory in the soverul representative and
council districts and iu tho soveral
counties couunU&loners' districts and
townships In said territory there will
bo held an election for tho purpose of
One delegate In congress.
Ono representative in each represen-
One member of the council In each
One probate judgo.
One county uttornoy.
One couuty treasurer.
Ono county cleric.
One register of deeds.
THE POSTMASTER'S LETTEH.
DR. It V. ririirn!
l)tar Sir I hnd ticen
mi Invalid for nlne-
twli yenn ami had nil
tho doctors In our
country iircrlln for
mo tint tlioy rniiM not
Mir lust what ailed mo.
when I wrote you giv-
ing tlio hlMorr on J
symptoms you illnRnoe
rl my cam as dl nss of
the blood anil kklncjs
and advltctl mo to try
your "Ooldcn Mnllral
lhseovcrv" anil "l'el-
. letf." nnd I feci confl-
T. H. EnMONDlW icnt your medicine
Mtvd nu life am. I hopo til sufferers Jrom
klilncynnd blood diseases will try your valu-
T. IT. 15DMUNDBON rostmartcr
Jlomt Manltall Co. Kant.
Tlio muBoular sjplcm tlio Heart Stomach
lihrr and Hitlnrjc.nl) do their work with con-
stant dllllRiilty for uvcry wenry thin or thin-
blooded crson. Futlguo comes cnrly. Is ci-
Utmie nnd lasts Innir. The demand for nutri-
tive old Isnhoailnf thoaiinply and polronous
inatorlnls Dcemnulate. 'This Is tho rcaon ;mt
teoplo nro nlwnys tired. Certain It fa that Dr.
riirtc'a Oolik n Medlcnl Discovery cures and
li'illds up Juit such sufferers. To tlio weak ana
tho uenous. Pierce iruarantcea A CUVK.
Ono county s it c atondont of public
Ono ooronor In each county.
Throo county ooinmisiionors in each
of tho counties of "K "L" "M"
"N." -O" "P" mid "Q."
Ono county commlssionor in onoh
district in nil other counties of tho
torritory wherein tho torm of prosont
incumbont expiros on first Monday in
January 1805 and
Two justlcos of tho pence and
Two constables in oaah municipal
township in tho territory and ono
road ovcrsoer iu each road district iu
tho territory and in the counties of
"K." "L" "M." "N" "O." "P." nnd
"Q"rcspectively tho people shall have
tho right to select a name for each of
sutd counties to bo voted for at Mid
election. Said election shall be held
and conducted iu till respects accord-
ing to said act of congress and thu
laws of said Torritory of Oklahoma.
In witness wheronf I hnvo hereunto
set my ofilcinl signature as governor
and caused tho graud soal of tho torri-
tory to bo aflixed.
Done at tho city of Uuthrlo this
seventeenth day of September. 1801
nnd of thu Independence of the
United States the one hundred and
Wll.MAM C IlitNt'itOrv
Ky tho Governor. Governor.
Thomas J. Lowk
First published In Dally Loader Sept 12J
Tfolico for Publication.
LandOlllcont Guthrie O. T. Sept 11
Notlco Is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named settler has llled notlco of his
Intention to mako llnal proof In support of
Ills claim and that said pi oof v. Ill he made
befuro register and lecelvor nt Gutlirle O.
T. on October 10 lrt'JI viz:
.John II. Fowler for the S E If Sue 27
Town IS It 2 W.
Ilo names thu following witnesses to
prove Ills continuous lcHldenco upon and
cultivation of said land si:
John M. Whitehead Mulilon H. Math-
ers James W Koiser. of Guthrie Ok.;
Henry Pepper of Euliekl Ok.
iny person who desires 10 protest
alnsttlio allowance of such proof or
w ho knows ol auv
io know 8 of any substantial len'ou. uu
dcr the law and the regulations of the In
terior deiinrtmeiit. w hy such proof should
not no niioweu win mi given an oppor-
tunity at tlio above mentioned time and
place to cruss-etumlno tho wltuowea of
said claimant and to oiler evidence In iu-
biiltal uf thatsubiiiltted hy claimant.
A. N. J. Crook Keglstcr.
First published In tho Dally Leader
Torritory of Oklahoma Logan C-mtity.
Iu tho District Court.
Charles Wuher v. Mary Wolwr.
Tho abovo named defendant Mary
Web r will tako notlco thnt she has
been sued In the District Court of Logan
County 'Punitory of Oklahoma by tho
nlalntili. Charlus Weber In an action
for divorce and that ho must appear and
answer tho petition which has heen filed
In said court on or hofoio tho .11th duy
of October ls'.U and that If alio does
not appear and answer that said petition
will bo taken ns true and n judgment
will be taken aealnst hrr dlvoiclng the
plautilT f i om her und dissolving tho
ootids of matrimony between the plnlnillT
and thu dufundant aud for the costs of
Witness my hand and tho soal of said
court at my oltlco In Guthrlo In said
county this 18th day of Soptombor. 1801.
Jkhai..1 Louis E. Pitts
Saundorson & Thomas. Olurk.
Att'vs for Plalntllf.
First Published In Dally Loader Augu
Land ofilco at Guthrie O. T. Aug. 80
Notlco Is horohy given that tlio follow-Ing-uamed
settlor has filed notlco of Ids
Intoiitlou to mako llnal proof In support
of his claim ami that suld proof will bo
mado buforo loglstor and receiver at
Guthrlo on October ft IhOI vl:
Ulchaixl G GtHldes who mado home-
stotid entry No. 003 for the sw H. section
33 township 10 north lango 3 wusu
llo inline tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said laud viz:
Jainoa Wonor. William SoIUsluger.
John Shoers Suuiuul Guldtrnp all
of Guthrlo O. T.
Any person who doslras to jirotost
ogaln9t tho allowance of such proof or
who knows of any substantial reason
under thu law mid thu regulations of tho
interior department why such proof
should not be allowed will bo given mi
nnnnrtunltv nt tho above-mentioned time
and placo to uross-oxaitiliie tho witnesses
opsnld claimant aud to olTur evidence In
rebuttal of that submitted hy claimant.
1IS0 A. N. J. CKOOK. Itoglstor.
I First publiahod In tho Dally Leader
Aug. 11 lbll.
Nollcu fur I'ulillriitlim.
Territory of Oklahoma Couuty of Lo
Kan In the district court.
Kit ward K Oroon Harper S. Ounnlng-
ham plalntUTs vs. 1). Skluuur Km-
in a Skinner Defendants.
IX Skinner und Kmiua Skinner will
take notlco that Kdward it. Qrouu and
liuipor S. Cuuuhufhuni of Logan
county Oklahoma Territory did on
the 27th day of July A. D. 1601 illo
their petition in th dUtriot court of
said enmity and torritory against you
D. Skiuuor Kinuia Skinner dofeud-
ant setting forth that you said de-
fendants have been tuod aud arc in-
debted to the plaintiffs to tho amount
of ono thousand dollars for services
rendered us attorneys nnd that a writ
of attachment has boon isuod against
house and lot known us homostoad
of 1). and Kmiua Skinuor situated in
bloolc Eovouteen of olty of Mulhall
Oklahoma territory; aud that you aro
notified to appear and answer on or
before tho 3UIU day of Hoptembcr A.
D. 181)1 or tho petition will betaken as
true and the attachment sustained and
judgment rendered us prayed for in
llAIirat & ClI.NMKO.UAM
Attest; Atfy for VUVn.
Louis II Pitts
mkai Clerk of said District Court.
( L j?
published In tho Dally Leader
Sept. IS. 1891.1
TTiltory of Oklahoma Iigan County
In Urn HUtrlct t'ourt Scpteinoor term
1H I'anilllrtE TliayiT plnlnilir.
Purlr N Tlmjer. defendant.
Tim ulxno urukhI defendant Km it N.
Tinner will tak" nrtlw. that ho has
been sued Iu the IJMrlrt Court of Logan
Comity Territory of Oklahoma by jilnlti-
HIT Cnmilln E Thnynr In an nctlou for di-
vorce nnd that ho must appear and an-
swer tho petition which has leen filed In
tho said court by the plnliitlfT on or be-
fore October 20th 1801 nnd If ho
does not nppoar nnd answer said petition
will Ima taken ax tine mid a Judgment tn-
kon against hlin. dissolving tho bonds of
'lulriinouy between tho plaintiff nnd tho
t.'fondnnt nnd for utsts of suit.
Witness my hand and the seal of this
coin t at mv ofllee In (luthrio in said coun-
ty this lltli day of September lsoi.
J MiriH lii. 1'1TT8
Atfy for Plaintiff.
First Publlahud in Daily Lender Sep-
Notice for Publication.
Land office at Guthrie O. T. Sep-
tum bur IS IhOI.
Notlco is hervby given that tho following-named
settler h-vs filed notice
of Ills intention to make fluul proof in
support of his claim and that said
proof will be made before register and
rocelvur -it Gutlnio O. T. on Outoher
W 1801 via:
Isaac Parley for the northeast
quarter of section .12 township 10
north of range two west
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said laud viz:
Avery A Humphrey Edward Farloy
William Cnrliu nud Jamos Carl in nil
of Guthrie O. T.
Any person who desires to protest
ngalnst the allowance of such proof
or who knows of any substantial rea-
son under the law and the regulations
of tho Interior department why such
proof should not bo allowed will be
given nn opportunity nt tho above
mentioned tunc and plneo to cross-
examine the witnesses of said claim-
ant and to offer evidence in robuttnl
of that submitted by claimant.
A. N. J. Cnooic Iteglster.
First published in tlio Dally Loader
To Knto Krebs:
Vrfill nrrt hnl-nbt- tlnl.fflpil llint. vnil
have been sued in the district court of
Logan county Oklahoma Territory
by Aloys! us Krebs in nn action for di-
vorce and that you must answer the
nMltimi .if the Nfilcl AlnvsliiR Ki-ebs.
tiled In said court In said action on or
before the 20th day of October. 1804
or said petition will bo taken as true
and a judgment for dlvoruo rundercd
ngaluBt you accordingly.
Witness my hand and the
sunt of said court affixed at
(8B.W. ) my office in Guthrie O. T.
this Sopt. 1.1. 1801.
Louis E. Pins. Clurk.
J. W. Miller. Atto.-ney for P't'iT.
First published In Daily Leader Sep-
lumbar 11. J
Notice to Creditors.
In tho matter of tho oslato of L 11.
Sliapland late of tho city of Guthrlo
county of Logan territory of Oklaho-
All persons having claims against
L. H. bhapland docensed arc required
to exhibit tho same with tho neces-
sary vouchers to tho undersigned duly
appointed mid qualified executrix of
tho last will of said decoused nt the
otllce of W. W. Thomas In Guthrie iu
the county of Logan and torritory of
Oklnhninn and that six months after
tho first publication of this notice has
been limited by order of tho probate
court of said Logan county as tho
lime for creditors of sti'd deceased to
exhibit nnd prosont their claims
against said ostuto.
Dated tho 13th day of Soptombor
1801. GkACk'G. SlIAVt.ANI)
30 1 Executrix.
To whom It may concorn:
Notlco is horoby gtvon thatlleboutA
Marker have thlsdaytllod their petition
for license to retail liquors in Orlando;
Logan County Oklahoma and that
unless objection to thohamo as requir-
by law be filed by tho Sith day of Sept.
A. D. 1881 said potitlon will bo
Gnthilc O. T. Sept. 10th. 1801.
F. J. DOLCATIt
v3 Couuty Cleric
First puhllshoil In tho Dally Loador
Territory of Oklahoma county of Lo-
gan. s. In Vrobato Conrt.
Xot'oe is horoby given that on the
mh duy of Soptombor A. D. 18U1 C J.
Tuohy llled in tho probate court of tho
county of Lcgnn and Territory of
Oklahoma a potitlon praying for lot-
tors of administration bo issued to
him upon the estate of Ulchard Cun-
ningham deceased lato of the county
of Logan aud torritory of Oklnhoina.
And pnrsuunt to an ordor of said
probnto court Mondny the 21 day of
September A. D. 1SUI nt tho hour of
1 o'clock p. in. of said day that being
a day of tho regular September term
A. I). 1S01. of wild probate court has
been appointed ns tlio tlmo for hearing
said application when and whore any
person interostou may coniosi bam
petition by illlng written opposition
thereto on tho ground of In-
competency of tho applloant or may
assort his or hor own rights to the ad-
ministration and pray that loiters bo
IssuoJ to himself.
Witness S. S. Lawrence judgo of
tho probnto court of tho county of
Logan nud tho soal of tho court af-
lixed this 12 day of Suptcuibor A. D.
lbUl. S. S. LiAwmui'ck
tiiAi.. l'robato Judge.
NOTICi: UF HUAltlNfi.
Hofowi the trustees of townslto tioard No.
0 Outhrle O. T..eAiittt&t docket No. S52.
lot No. 10 block No. 10 townslto Outh-
i i.t n i'
Allim t'arrutliers. II. 31. Adams jointly
Kiiuwt L. McLain Joaeph Orunl sev-
eral claimants. ... .
To A lion Curnitlim II. M. Adams Joint-
ly Kinesi L. McLalu an Joseph (IranU
You und ouch of you aro horoby notifi-
ed that thoabovooutltled oauso.lnvolvlns
thn applications of tho partlos thorelu
montionod for deed to lol 10 block 40 In
tho town of Guthrlo county of Logan.nnd
Torritory of Oklahoma by ordor of board
No. 0 of townslto trusteed is tot for
hemlnir lieforo said Iwanl ut its oHIca. lo-
caUnl at Guthrlo O. T. on tho 31st day of
October. ISOI.at 10 o'clock a. m. pf said
day; and of all contlnuaneos and tiost-
tKinuineiiu ou and oach of you will tako
duo notlco wlthoul furlhor service thoro-
of. in w 1 1 ii iv u hnrpnf wo. tho monibors of
sold boani havo hereunto subscribed our
unrnos this 6th day of September. 15.
J. II. O. Lamihum
J. T. Tavloii
J F. Saunhkks
Hoard No. C Townslto Trustees.
Norn-Each claimant wilt bo required
o deposit W3.00 with tho Disbursing
Agent to defray expenkcs of tlio trial for
i3 " iffl
imrnrriri M4 .& rW"1
F3fr &WttWt! r53 mtJSm
Bfc ?s -H p
ffi C nil a a 1
I: Uvlllvlll IS Mothers aro you going to scud the hojs to
uiiiiikuu - t scliool iu their oltl clothes' or going to semi yP
jfgjlrl pa them looking britrlit iui-i cheerful iu a noiv suit Mz
3p . We anticipate you Mill start tho boys In school jjjjj
HP 1 ATY!TYIQHfnQ0 s nowIv (lrosSP1 therefore we have jupiirtrcd a ?S
f UUlMlllOlIljClJ g '"t-fil for the boys. Wo have divided our stock l
j i oI'Ljs Clothing in ages from four to fourteen jfjj
uuiiiuir! H into live diifcrent lots and have made the prices l?
mM yr . - w sucn lJllt yiu t"1"'1 ail'oi'd to Sbiid tiie boy to tW
Ldiiiiiiiiy Hi if 1 9 3 N
hW- Iu8A11bQI7i f school in old clolocs. Look at tho prices then njjpp
Sii IfiulIHG V ?4 v(lu ami so ih Boi8' y
ffe J m mm
wM i ril
safe-; $' ;44t4JS'M'M$4' TO1TO
frjef; t3'S4'iv wiiiiiwllli
B " Pii
rll I ONE LOT ALL AGES $1.00 I . Si
M I ONE LOT ALL AGES $2.00 r iS
ml ONE LOT ALL AGES $3.00 8 . Q .t " n Effl
II I 0"E LOT ALL AGES $4 00 B hs? l Q!$h aml overy 01(! oI lc1"' aro W
'mm I ONE LOT ALL AGES S5.00 I worth doublo what we ask for them tlio prices only &1
fSmi asicKrawt;i'i.i;.'5inp;nftiMlS hold until Monday morning. Don't be too late to ;jr-
;i&3 . sw " .' :' irm
Mn ako aflvnnlago of this slaughter. Our slock of .Hoys' and Mm
rifel Childron's Clothing js larger than any other house in tho city. FlIT
afed . t fej!
mm lU'inembec. at this sale you can get a good serviceable vieli IJE:
MM "iilo sui t for tlio lioys fcr $1 $2 3 $ t or $5. p
I SsA Bee Hive Clothing Co 1
I tTO Second Street Opposite Post Office m
II vC Guthrie. 0. T. if
E Jfc j r l 3L Z
isalMer fi'Pi3! WRKSGffl.f "
tl '.it 11 rliu.
jk'111" id piaiKi
IPirst publlslicd In the Outline Dally Leader
HcptcinlH-r i; 1MM
Territory of Oklahuraa I.iKan i otintj-
In thi-ulstrit t I'ourt Scptimbcr term. 189-1
John Carter l'lalntin is Leonora Carter
The .Uiove named defendant. Leonora Car-
ter will take notice mat Hlie has lieen sued
In the nutria Court of Logan county. Terri-
tory uf Oklahoma by plaintiff John Carter
In an action fnrrilvorre and that she must
appear and answer nalil iwtltlon wlitch ha
been tiled In the said court liy the plaintiff
on or befoic OctoK-r S8rd l&wl aud if she
doe not apiear and aiuwer bald petition
will be taken a true and a judgment taken
agalnut her dlaaolvlttir the ikhiiIh of matri-
mony between thu plaintiff and the ilefon-
ilaut. Witness my hand and the seal of thin court
at hit offlce In Cluthrlo In said County this
Ilth nay of Soptombor lfOi.
SBAU LOUIS B. TlTTS.
First published in Oklahoma Leader
Notice for Publication.
Land Olllco at Guthrie O T Sopt 11
Notlco la horoby glvon that tho fol-
lowing named settlor has illud uotico
of his intention to mako final proof in
Mipportof his claim and that said
proof will bo mado before tho register
and receiver United States land ofllee
at Guthrie O T on 13th of November
I'ius S. Kossler who mado homostoad
entry No 081 nt tho U S laad olllco ot
Guthrie OT May 2 loSO. for tho
northeast quarter ot section oight
township bi.xtaen north of range
three west Indian meridian
llo names o following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land via:
Kmerson Swcrdfogor Charles Ham
Wlnlleld S. Kossler Josoph Soharvolz
ull of Guthrie. O T. V O.
Any person who desires to protest
against the allowance of bucii proof
or who knows of nuy substantial
roason under tho laws and the regula-
tions of tho interior department why
suoh proof should not bo allowed will
bo glvon nn opportunity at tho above
mentioned lime nuu piaco io cross-
OMtinluo tho witnesses of said claim-
ant and to offer ovldonco iu rpbuttal
of that submitted by claimant
A. N. J. Cnooic Iteglster.
First published In tho Dally Leader
To William V. Thompson:
You are hereby notified that you
havo been sued in the district court of
Logan county. Oklahoma Territory
by Julia I'. Thompson iu an action for
divorce and that you must answer tho
natltlon of said Julia P. Thompson.
tiled in said court In said action on or
beforo the 25 th day of October A. IX
ISDt or said petition will be taken as
truoam! ludirment for a divorce Ten-
dercd against you accordingly.
DatolSept 13 1801.
Lorn E. Pitts.
Clerk of the District Court.
Kt iiJinJKTfiHnTtgSESe3aGSni Jli'itnl" id piano Jrpnrtni ut
ii.lininell S f.rHIOHEB EDUCATION OFWOMPM. MustnrotncrouslAnir.tr.niiFr.ru
rt l'atmiuin IMMntro. 18 1 Klienand l'rofn.ori. Alumul
nrh of XuVfr t-ib KonliM furiosi lltrllo Colinrnl rr .Nrlini-wrnlii. lourt l'lanlit Io the
r " IHrf clor urocrtl f&cultf of H I'rifriMn c-xluitu of the Itoyal I omemt
Mntsart Urrldi nXoln jiiti-roiallaiiul ouu rruloiy. Hi Frnr.flho
i m rvatorlet Diplomt ipit-d lijr HtliaiMrriika w II b rnual in Ttilnp to
Tar lotrnrhrru A KICou rln. P in t i ! t in im nurll "S.-liurm-nUn
I.. : ikci luw ratea AUdrtu
X Hoarding ami Day School for Young Ladies and Girls.
OOLLEQE HILL DALLAS TEXAS.
Sixth voar. Founded bv tho lit llov. A. C Garrett bishop of northern
Texas and under his supervision. Will
paratory Mm -hes. ClassUb and Higher Mathematics in cnargo ol grauuaics ot
Wulleaiov Coilogo and University of Toronto. Departments of Music and Art
iindiT direction of the boat instructors trained in Germany. England and ?w
lingland Const rvolory of Music Elocution taught by graduate of the I.nu'r-
bon Si'hjol of Oratory Iloston. Terms for tuition including ancient and
inodurii languages nnd all English branches board Xuol light washing. P100
per A i. num. Music. Art Elocution extra charges. For catalogues and fur-
her Information nddrobi MISS T0EBERT Principal St Mary's Institute Dallas
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELYIBROS. & VAN WYCK Prop's.
First-elass livery barns nt Stillwater and Orlando. Tho best of teams and
improved facilities for earrylng passengers between these two points. Team
always ready to start at any tlmo in tho day and rohirn at your pleasure.
The shortest and quickest routo between Guthrie and Stillwater Is via Orlund
Jno. T.Br iofeLxxe:
Contractor and Builder.
Estimates furnished on Buildings of every description. Territorial
Agent for U. S. Roof Paint.
OFFICE 109 NORTH FIRST STREET
Almost n New York Dully
TJiat Democratic wonder the New
York Wtokly World has just changed
Its weekly Into a twlce-a-week paper
and you can now get tho two papers
a. week for tho same old price.
Think gt it! The news from New
York right at your door fresh every
threo days 101 papers a year.
Tiik Wkkkly Lkadkb. Wo havo
made arrangements whereby wo can
furnish this paper and tlio twlco-a-wec"k
Now York World all for only
31.73 a year. Hero Is tho opportunity
to get your own lecal paper and Tho
Now York World twice every week at
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For Rent Comfortable six room
house wood shed and well next to
Catholic church. Rent reasonable.
Address box 103. 0 13 12t
Or. Price's CrMUH Baking Powder
of O Collrcr nuil LniTt-nlll lO.NMl.ll.
A. U. VANCKY. l-n xlilrnt. MI..ICO. JIO.J
open Sept 121891. College and l're-
Dr. l'arrlngtoa KpeclitlUt In tho Meilcal
nud Surgical DUease of Women.
Also successfully treats rectal dis-
eases piles fistula) strictures nnd in-
flammation of the urethra. Hernia
(rupture) cured without an operation
lironchial luug aud heart diseases
treated by the latest approved
methods. Dr. Farrlngtou has hud a
large experience In sanitarium work
Many cases thought to bo iucurablo
can tie cured by his methods. Ofilco in
Gray Uros. block. G 13 lm
5AYES YOUR LINEH!
Hand Wo?k the Best.
Try tho Troy Hand Loumlry
114 E. Springer.
N. B FRIERSOH
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 248, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 23, 1894, newspaper, September 23, 1894; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73145/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.