The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 46, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 31, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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Hj ihti Lrnitrr Printing Oominri
LESLIE C. NIBLACK
only Mornlnr Vapor 1'ublUhcrt In Oulhrlft.
(imclitl Orifmi of Oklahoma Democracy
I ho tinUUI UrRMi of Lognn County.
WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1805.
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Tiik Daily LKAnr.n accepts advertis-
ing Willi the dUtlnet and positive guar-
antee that It lift" double tho paid
escalation of any newspaper published In
Tiir Lkahkij Rlndery Is one of tho best
inMitutionsof thnklnd In tho West and Is
it . ly turiiliiKoutlarKoquantltlosofwork.
s. til In your order for binding and blank
bonk and thoy will bo promptly attended
Jne month dollvered In city I M
Unu month by mall 5o
Threo months 1 SO
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ine ynir 6 0'
Six months 0
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StfRIOCOMKDl IK I'OLITIU.o.
fco Vincent o' Indiana formerly of
Kansas arid temporarily of Oklahoma
la tho publisher of n paper known aft
the HoprescntatWe. It is confessedly
the organ of Populism anil Is printed
In Outline Logan county. He Is a
quantity also a Balfconstituted
thesmothcte of 1'opullsm. Whether or
not lie has apologized to himself for
bolng all he Is we do not care to state
but that he has systematically pulled
tho llocco over the eyes of Populists
whlln gutting the treasury of Logan
county by Ills misbegotten schemes.
we know full well; 10 do the taxpay-
ers know and also the county commls
sloncrs. Vincent came to tho terri-
tory less than two years ago and
started tho Representative lly chi-
canery and misrepresentations he se-
cured tho county printing and imme-
diately established himself on a throne
and labeled it "Vincent I King of the
Pops." Tho crisp sharp rust-oiTaclng
Moukkatou Laffeiitv is already
trying to prove an alibi.
VirniK VfNdHNf'a shark convention
will give Him nil the trouble he cares
Mounts Piilllam and Latterly would
make ehromos behind the bars Let
them Ve prosecuted.
Mr. (Iahmron has been in politics
too long to withdraw from a race he
has not formally entered
If Holmes happens to hove a. few
paid up policies on his own life just
now they are pretty good assets.
Tiik mouths of Socky Murphy and
Srairlcr Clarko may experience some
dlfllculty In getting back to a silent
TiiKiin is a great difference between
a snollygostor and Dave Morris. A
snollygostcr can keep still when lie's
Siiakk Messrs. Stnrgis and Ather-
ton and stay where you are. The peo
pic like you for tho enemies you have
TiiKtiK are hundreds of good Popu-
lists in Logon connty but thoy will
not be governed by Vichlo Vincent's
star chamber clique.
Dui'.lNO the Populist star-chambir
jamboree Rev. Latterly the pious
read several chapters from the Acts
and Decker went out between them
I'oJiMissio.NKUs Stlmiois and Atherton
were "loyal honest men" in tho eyes
of Viable Vincent uutil he failed to
connect with tho county pie-counter
'Tiik fool and his money are soon
parted" doesn't always hold good. A
number of them hang on to It until
they die and then leave it to Henry
An exchange suggests fiat II.
Holmes may have killed Abel
hardly bclievo it; still it will bo
membercd that Cain never hod u
trial or a lawyer to defond him.
If those Atlanta exposition man-
agers want 6omothing that Is really
exciting let them abandon the bull
fight plan and arrange for a talking
match between Corbett und Fltzslm-mons.
O.nk point has been settled In the
Iiai'vey-Horr debate and that is that
the ullver dollar was the original mon-
etary unit. The people will clinch
that decision by making it the perma-
Tiik Lkadkii Insists that the gang of
reubcnB and anarchists of the Ilerr
Most type who participated In the
star chamber hippodrome Monday be
arrested and locked up on the charge
of conspiracy and intimidation.
Yk gods! The "Vincent i'opulist
committee" "demanding" the resigna-
tions of S. P. Ather ton and N. II. 8tur-
gis. Just think of such stiffs as Deck
er PuUiam Miller Yates Lufferty
Dobeomo and Morris "demanding."
Also think of Kaph lleauraont an an
Thf. sight of old man Laffcrty who
has been bellyaching for a county
utlloo for si years sitting as moder-
ator over a Populist hippodrome is
enough to draw tears from ail ossified
spittoon. Latterly has posed in every
party put on wheals as a thirsty Prohi-
bitionist. He moderates through a
Wi: deem it high time to call a halt
when an Impudent territorial clerk
with nothing more to commend lit in
than an abnormal appetite and a
plethora of gall es&ayB to usurp
tho prerogatives of a federal or terri-
torial court. The halt can bo effect-
ually called by (tnplpylng a new 910
Willi. k Commissioners Sturgis and
Atherton remain staunch Po ulUt
party workers und zealously guard
Log&n county'b etfilrx that G d llko
triumvirate. Chairman Djbson.a politi-
cal maverluk buhwcker and tumble-
bug; Ooo. Miller a germ-breeding ro-
sette and Moderate Piety Laffcrty
will kindly repair to the woods and
talk to the Lord about furthering their
respective candidacy for county offices
I gall of the man completely hypnotised
Regent Pulliam and his crowd and by
pleasing inuendocs and promises thoy
tiled a procession behind the Vincent
banner. Hut Vincent looked after
nothing but Vincent and launched
himself on a sanguine bilking tour
During the last campaign he caused
hardworking members of the Popu
list party to bring vegetables to his
ofllce ostensibly to help the lleaumont
fund but theso he converted to his
own use while simultaneously he
fastened his fangs into the board of
county commissioners nnd kulfcd the
friends who stood by him. tie fed at
tho public crib and kept his paper
from dying by feasting on tho funds
paid Into the county treasury by
taxpayers. Commissioners wcro hood-
winked legal squares were outrage-
o.isly stretched and nil county work
was correspondingly padded. All the
time ho held the county printing he pro-
fessed loyalty to the commissioners
who have so far given us a clean busi-
ness administration and saved thou-
sands of dollars to taxpayers. This
loyalty was assumed and snake like
however and never was opportunity
missed by tho redoubtable Vincent to
plug them In the back. Tho commis-
sioners finally caught onto Vincent's
tactics and bravely disclosed his high-
hauded robbery. They remonstrated
with him but he bolng king grew
angry and gave the majority of the
board to understand that they were
Populists; that they wore elected by
Populist votes; that he was their spon-
sor and "that all was fish that came
to his net." Tho commissioners very
proporly fulled to see It In that light
and true to tho people and to their
trust thoy quietly butflrjily removed
Klug Vincent from the public feeding
At the last meeting of tho board
tho commissioners knowing that Tiik
Lkadku could give the county the best
service designated this paper as the
ofdcial organ of Logan county.
Then Vlncont whined fumed and
roared. Ills feed being cutoff and his
paper In danger of bolng sholl-roaded
Vincent with one long banshee yowl
appealed to the Populist county cen-
tral committee to moot and take action
on Commltiloiiers Sturgis and Ather
ton Willi one or two o.vcoptions this
committee wore well pleased with the
work of the commissioners who astcd
In accordauci with law but Vincent
had IsmiciI his edict and they perforce
racpoiidcd allowing Vincent to do their
These tiixteon membe rs of the com-
mittee met in star chamber session
and thero followed the mostludtcious
diabolical and damnable seunco of
treachery usurpation and skulldug-
gery ever recorded In thu annuls of
political history. It wus no more or
less than u gathering of anarchists
bent on overthrowing the luws of the
country break down tho barriers of
right nnd justice und through con-
spiracy and runk treason to party and
liberty to bilk pillage and plunder In
order thai tho voracious publl.
teat appetite of a cowardly
poltroon might . be satiated.
HI was a brazen unparalleled attempt
to suborn nnd Intimidate the county
commissioners public officials who
at the time of the meeting were in
their own rooms discharging the duties
lawfully mapped out for them and by
dire threats of personal Injury causo
them to resign their otllees simply be-
cause one man King Vincent -felt
aggrieved that his rations had been
cut off. Docs tho comity prosecutor
need better evidence to indict those
sixteen men who by their actions con-
vlctod themselves of conspiracy and
made themselves amenable to tho pen-
itentiary offense of intimidating pub-
Whllo this affair Is serious it Is so
damnably absurd us to call down tho
supreme disgust and contempt of all
honest loyal liberty loving Populists
In the territory ---and there uio many
such. Who authoiized the county
central committee to court-martial
Commlbslonors Sturgis and Atherton
and say whether they wore Populists
or not? Tho central committee surely
Is not tho Populist party and the com-
missioners ore not employed by that
committee! What business had these
Blxleeu mUgutded socialists to sit in
secret scMion choose a moderator
jury and counsel to try two otuolal
whom Czar Vincent chargod with be
iug untrue to tho causo of Populism
simply because they gave tho county
printing to Tiik Lkaiiku and choked
off a vampire who had Wen sucking
the county teat so vigorously that
tho general levy had to be
raised In order that the printing fund
might not perish? For three days this
infernal villainous combine remained
closeted with Vincent who caused a
cut and dried program to be followed
out oil tending towanls tho political
ostracism of Commissioners Sturgis and
Atherton with a reprimand thrown
at Patrick Cassidy who bolted the hip
podrome with the remark that "Vln
cent and his hirelings were a lot of
d d blntherskltct."
Tho conclave white solemn and awe-
Inspiring llko unto a court of aiie'cnt
fools bore all thu haroetcrlstlci of a
band of hoodlums ninl uihilUls '1 he
work of making a bomb seemed to be
slow and tedious but finally birth was
given to a leprous fuse In the shape of
a resolution which "demanded tho
immediate resignations of Commis-
sioners Sturgis and Atherton and the
unqualified Indorsement of Leo Vin-
cent and the Representative."
So far as the commissioners nro con
cerned the actions of this asinine
smear will have no effect. The com
missioners have dono and are doing
their duty ns prescribed by law and
thoy will receive the unbounded sup-
port of tho people; but can one imag
tnc anything more ridiculous and
criminal than the red-handed marble-
hearted seance of these Vlncont-Pul-
llam pop-ups nnd their travesty on
law order politics and kangaroo
Docs Vincent suppose that all tho
Populists in this county aro fools?
Dues he think they will bo guided by
claptrap resolutions of u hordo of party
parasites who like htm Imagine the
Populist party owes them a living?
Vincent may as well gather his plant
to its fathers and return to his native
heath boforo an indictment prevents
Uio use of his pass. There aro suckers
in Oklahoma but all do not wear rub-
ber tubes on their necks. Lot Vincent
betake himself to greener pastures and
graze. Let the misguided men who
have followed his every beck and call
rectify their mistakes' and purge them-
selves of iniquity before it is loo late.
They hove committed a gross crime
ahd In listening to the siren yolce of a
brazen political looter bilker end rob
ber have steeped themselves In the
drees of public scorn and indignation.
T'-uyliove maligned honest patriotic
olllclals in order to benefit a voraciouB
wolf. Some treasury may owe Vincent
a living but that treasury does not
exist in Oklahoma. The taxpayers aro
satisfied and pleased with tho work of
the count)' commissioners and so long
as they continue to administer county
affulrs In tho manner they have been
doing no protests will come from the
people and people not parties Im-
peach. In the meantime let the county
county treasurer Laffcrty is a pious
Prion wh6n pie is In Right but we don't
believe he lould get the ear of Jesus
with his" saintly chnnts any quicker
than tho old political reprobate Pul-
liuin. who sings "Nearer mv God to
thee" ut u carousal of anorehUtv.
Cotf.NTV COMMIMIOHriif- Stuiuiim and
Atherton should not feel worried over
tho octlon of Vincent's hirelings. They
are Populists to tho core and as otll
elals have saved thousands of dollars
to the taxpayers. To be read out of a
party by 10 mullet-heads controlled by
an elongated ventriloquist. Is not
significant unless those 10 clowns
compose the Populist party In Logan
Through Clinlr Our.
Tho Sintn I'V route now has through
chair car lino to Omaha Nob. via Su-
perior. Leaves Guthrlo at 1 p. m
L. It Dhi.anky. Agt
Tiin schema of the Vincent bacco
necrs is easily seen through. Vincent
hos plugged his central committee
heelers with ambition. Ho hat told
them to make It hot for Sturgis nnd
Atherton and thoy will bo forced to
resign with tho result that tho gov-
ernor being obliged to appoint two
new commissioners from tho Populist
party will name two members of the
central committee. Hut Vincent's
gome is crude coarse and has di nix in
its llongcs. Atherton and Sturgis are
paying no attention to the blubberings
of thu monstrosities and If occasion
should arise where the governor would
bo required to appoint two commis-
sioners from the Populist party he
would appoint Populists not cci.tral
committee nihilists and back-stablurp.
Oklnhtimn 1'ren AMOclntlnn
lly authority of tho cxecutiva com-
mittee the annual meeting of tho Ok-
lahoma Press Association is hereby
culled to meet at HI Hcuo Ok on l'ri-
duy and Saturday August 10 and 17
1805 at 3 o'clock p. m for the purpose
of transacting such business as may
rroperly come before tho association
t Is earnestly requested that all mem-
bers attend this meeting and assist In
maintaining our Press Association to
the highest merit of journalism and
T. K Hknsi.kv Pros.
Lon WnoiiTON Sec
l'rocram of Kxerclr.
Address of welcome.
Response Hy tho President.
Editorial Associations Mort L. Illx-
Editorial Prills Leslie O. Nlblack.
County Correspondence II. 11. Oll-
How to got subscribers A. C. Dotde.
Cash In Advance Frank II. Orcer.
Foreign Advertising W. 11 liolton.
Personal Journalism J. 1 Isenberg
Tho Liberty of the Press Geo. K.
All Homo Print Leo Vincent
Oklahoma Libel Law J. J. Rurko.
Fair Prices for Job Work W.
How to Collect Subscriptions J.
Should a country paper print only lo-
cal news? L. K. Walker.
Should a newspaper "Toot Its own
Horn?" J. T. Palmer.
Patriotism vs. Purlisaulsm Lon Whor-
ton. Is It proper for un editor to hold office?
C. C. Hudson.
After 8uiir AililrcRt.
Personal Reminiscences Hon. Sidney
Oklahoma Historical Society Wi. I T.
Wanted. To trade a One Jersey cow
for a gentle driving-horse. Call at
Don't Hrml ThW
Unless you wish to know that Rcggs'
diarrhea balsam Is the best medlclno
on earth for summer complaint. Never
fails. Cures every time. Equally good
for children. Sold and warranted by
.11 tip of Virginia llttlx-Flrlil
The only correct mop mode from of
fleial papers In the war department
with complete I'stof battle. Sent on
receipt of 2.1 cents In money or postage
stamps. Address C R. Ryan assist-
ant'gencral passenger agent C and O.
railway Cincinnati Ohio. 4-!-4w
Anyone who Is suffering from consti-
pation or indigestion would do woll
to try Rcggs' littlo giant pills. Thoy
give perfect satisfaction. Sold by your
popular druggist Scaton.
Webstcrs' International dictionary
and Noys' dictionary holder are kept
on sale by Lllllo & Co.
Some gulna pigs for sale until Aug-
ust 1st at 81 per pair. Can ship by
express to any part of tho territory
Address p. o. box 687 Oklahoma City-
Wanted To rent a good piano.
Must be cheap. Address "Muslo"
slotlnsr terms etc. care Leader. tf
Although wheat Is wortli 51. 05 per
bushel our loaves of bread weigh just
tho same as before. Stop In and see
how nice wo have everything. C. E.
The entire stock of the Chicago Millinery
Store on 1st street between Oklahoma and
Harrison will be closed out in the next ten
days. These goods are new and in style.
Purchasers can secure great bargains both
in price and quality. Call at once and take
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Tho Famous bakery IIP Oklahoma
avenue for the best bread pies and
cakes. C. F. Rralthwalte.
Farm Tor Sale.
100 acres two miles from Outline
all under fence OB acres cultivated
balance In pasture; two-room house
and stables; UK) fruit treet well two
living springs; price 81300.
7 21 d Im .1. X. Cum
Rooms 2 and II Uulhrlo National
Lost Silk umbrella crooked wood
handle; (Jus Carson In dim letters on
handle. Finder leave nt this office mid
rccoivo reward. T21tf
Rlank books and ollloo supplies
Largest stock lowest prices. Don't
you believe tho "homoinudo htory" at
Lllllo s Drug Store.
Some people aro constantly troubled
with pimples und bolls especially
about tho face and neck. Tho host
remedy is a thorough course of Aycr'n
Sarsaparllla which expels nil humors
through thu proper channels and
so makes tho skin become soft healthy
The Noble Avenue bakery has moved
to ll'.i Oklahoma avenue and have
changed tho name to "Famous Rak-
ery." Our goods are always fresh ond
clean. C. II Rraithwalte."
Viciiik Vin'cknt Is unfair. Ho beg'
ged his contemporaries to bay nothing
relatlvo to the county commissioners
until tho socalled Populist central
committco held u meeting This would
havo been all right but Vichle over-
stepped all bounds of editor! il cour
tcsy by loading u bomb for iho pur-
poso of killing the very otliclals whom
ho promised to defend and who are
working for tho people's interests.
Rut Vichlo's bomb fulled to explode
Thu fuse was damp and the 10 jackals
and brigands who pretend to repre
sent Oklahoma Populism we-u caught
In their Jersey ca'f iniquity. Vincent
most now look toward Hooslerdom.
Oo to Hlrzel Rrothers for cheap gro-
ceries. 1 I'-' Im.
of a nice head of hair just through
negligence. When your hair begins to
fall outilon't neglect IL mil goi a uoi-
tlo of Reggs' hair renewer which will
stop Us falling out and If turning
gray will restore its natural color.
For solo by Scaton.
ST. MAEY'S INSITUTE
A Hoarding anil Day School Cor Young LiuMoh and (lirla
OOLLEQE IIILL DALLAS TEXAS.
Sixth year. Founded by tho Ht. Rev. A. C. (larrett btshop of northern
Texas and under his supervision. Will open Sept. IS 18W College und Pre-
paratory Courses. Classics ond Higher Mathematics In charge of graduales of
Wullesloy College and University of Toronto. Departments of Music und Art
under direction of tho best Instructors trnlned In Uormuny. England ond New
England Conservatory of MurIc. Elocutton taught by graduate of the Emer-
son School of Oratory Roston. Terms for tuition liuiiudiug uurlsnt and
modern languages and all English branches board fuel light washing S3 IM
per Annum. Music Art Elocution extra charges. For catalogues and fur
thor Information address MISS T0R1JERT Prinoipal -st- Mary's InsL'Mili. Da u
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
THE SQUARE BICYCLE DEALERS.
Will search for trailc during the sc.tttm of iSng. Largest stock of cycles
and cycle sundries west of Kansas City.
Bicycles Sold . on Installments
PAYMENTS ACCORDING TO PRICK OF IlICYCLKS.
A large line of Socond-hand Hicyclcs at Slaughtering prices. Term
easy. Do not forget to call on us for Sewing Machines and Supplies.
Call at or address 113-1 13 J4 Hast Oklahoma avenue Guthrie O. T.
The Oklahoma Bicycle Comp'y
E. N.KNAUSS Manapror.
Are you hot? Cool off at
Co.'s fountain. All kinds
water at 5c a glass.
Davk Moiiiiis o crank with corruga-
ted gall and elastic conscience whose
innuth works like an attack of salt
rheum was much in ovldenco at tho
Populist central committee's lepros
"rcsolutlng meeting." Eer since
Morris' relatives voted for him for
county attorney he has been trying to
traiu with tho tlaunel-moutlu-d Pulliam
as a leader of men and Incidentally
endeavoring to reach for pl.. Morris
is a brainy mail. Ho uses his hcud for
a beer vat and covers his brains when
ho puts on his pants.
'1 wo glosses for a nicklo of Dr. Pep-
per's Phosforrates at Llllle's foun-
tain. 0 1 tf
Wonted To exchange an antique
velvet nlush parlor suite for a home
and buggy or buggy alone according
to condition. Apply to room a vor
I'llUIIlt ut Ijmt.
A sure euro for diarrohoa and sum-
mer complaint. It is Rcggs' diarrhea
balsam. Druggists do not keep It
They sell It. For sale by Seaton tho
For Rent 7 room house on Springer
avenue owned by Dr. il. P. llulsteaii.
Call at school land office. 7 tw
Keilempllmi of TrrrllorUI Wiirrimtft
GUTiuili: O T. June JO 1MI5. Notice
Is hereby given that tkeru uru funds
on hand to redeem all general fund
warrants registered on or before Apill
10 lHtin nnd all normal school war-
rants registered on or boforo March .10
IMfll. Interest epases on all warrants
Included In above call nftor thirty
M. L. Tuhkiiii
Trear.urer Oklahoma Ty.
Saloon and fixtures. Rest
and finest fixtures In town.
at SOT son th Second streot.
Two choice residence lots on Jack-
son avenue ill Carey park addition
Wichita Kan. for residence loth in
Uutlirle. A good chance for some one
to get somo good property in Wichita.
O. II. Lynds. SIH tf
Notice to SillxrrllitT".
Subscribers to Tho Leador who fail
to receive their papers promptly ovory
morning will please report such fail-
ures to this olllcc at once.
G. H. COLE ROOFER.
Manufacturer and appller of (oleV Asphaltnin Imn ( lad Knot Iafhr The
bust for metal and shlnglu roofs. Mal.es hhluglc. like slate Also put cm att-
phallum grovel sand tor and pitch rnofx und la- the genuine usphnltuin
wulks and pavements and artificial stone. Oil roofs repaired nnd made us
good :w now. Stuck and stand pipes pai.ited nnd repaired All work guaran-
teed. Rest of references.
C. H. COLE
'it)n W. Oklo. Ave. Sealonlan Drug Co.
Teachers' rogisturs best found
printed bound in mouillo ond cloth
for sale at Roylo's book store. Tho
law suys those registers aro required
to bo used by touchers In all public
bcIiooIh. Approved by Superintendent
Ohkai Lord! It must havo been a
trying inouent for Commissioner
Sturgis and Atherton when the dread-
ful news was broken to tin m that they
worn no longer members of tho Popu
list party that they had been uncer-
emoniously kicked out In the cold
world by a gang of windy galoots who
arrogated to themsolves the positions
of Popullslle sponsors. Yo wo opine
It was a trying moment; 'nit Sturgis
and Atherton are men. not bublet
they will get over it.
Evkuv member of the Populist cen
tral committee who participated In
the disgraceful star chamber proceed-
ings at the court house should be in-
dicted on tho ehurg of intimidating
officials. They ure as guilty as hell
and their souls reel with sin and rot-
tenness The offu'r U at ouco laugh
able unddlabolla.il ind unparaUehd
In political history.
'lL'KT ha oausul a commotion for
his perbonal uggr uidixomeuL He
robbed tho county blind by paddlug
printing bills and w iion the three hon-
est eomnilsbiont-rs caught onto his
game uud sque ilicd his feed ho at
tompU to rovauij aud reorgauize the
party. Will ho- ust Populists stand
such chicanery? Well we think not.
Paint your buggy for 75c at Lllllo A
Seo notice of assignees' salo of mil-
linery stock in another column
You Don't linn to Hwexr OR
says tho St Louis Journal of Agricul-
ture In an editorial nbout No-To-Ric
tho great tobacco habit cure. "We
know of many cases cured by No-To-Rac
ono a prominent St. Louis archi-
tect smoked and chewed for twenty
years; two boxes cured him so that the
smell of tobacco makes him sick."
No-To-Rac sold aud iruarantecd by
Seatonlan Drug Co. No cure no pay.
Rook free Sterling Remedy Co. N.
V. or Chicago.
Try Dr. Popper ot Lllllo A Co.'s foun-
tain. 0 1 tf
Hammocks croquet sets and base
ball goods at Lllllo & Co 's.
Cool and pleasant furnished rooms
with or without board. Mrs. Newton
321 Vilas ave.
Iirinu n your tlokets for Dr. Pepper
at Lllllo A Ca'e fountain. 0 1 tf
The best Is tho cheapest; buy a Jewel
gasoline stove ot Spencer Hardware
Co. 5 1U tf
' CamioL ho Improved J"
So MRS. F. E. BAKER
Ayer's Hair Vigor
ll.it ins lis oil gi
A)trIUtr Vigor o
for )?jx I fiiKi o
tlmt it K'T ly 9
iii'.illi plena and q
the hair In the heat o
roiulitlpii My S
motlier lunv sixty
i'un 01 age lia Q
in nnv a head ut j?
luir as when she 0
vim forty a fact o
vlileh she attrlb-
titej to the inn of Ayr"s Hair Igor It o
ttiikiii th.. rrmith at Uio hair and O
restores gray hair to lis nrlKlnal color.
I cannot mo how this preparation could
be Improve! "-Sirs. V E. Hakeu Cal-
Lakkkhtv the bucolic amateur Pop
politician U aga u laying his plans to
plug for the Pi.juiltst nomination for
M.J. C. AYER & CO. LOWELL MASS. o
ji 1 ... fl..i...J.........rtn.'
A Lovely llvuil of Hull-
Is something tlmt every woman should
bo proud of and Is something that ev-
ery person can have If they use Rcggs'
Hair renewer Sold by Seatonlan Drug
How in tho world can you expect to
be cured of piles unless you got
u bov of Rcggs' Herman salve? Sam-
ple boxoi free. Equally good for
scalds burns old sores etc. Sold ami
warrauted by Scaton.
When tho hairhas talluji outleaving
the head bald If tho scalp Is not
shiny thero is a chance of regaining
the hair by using Hall's hair renewer.
Wanted A good watch dog. Ad-
dress '"C" caro Loadur.
Llllle's Liver PRlb cure bilious head-
ache aud dyspepsia. SSo a bottle and
your money back if thoy do not work.
Try them Llllle's drug store
Keeps ice tho longest Alaska re-
frigerator for salo by Hpoucor Hard-
ware Co. 6 10 tf
WhiiI to Trillin.
Thoroughbred stallion and other
stock for olalm or olty property. Ad-
dress J. W. Wkiiii
1m d Cruscont City Ok.
Wanted Ten good aguute to soil a
good article. Call immediately ntllB
North Division street. Ot
First published in thu Outhrlo
Loader July 80 lSUft.
Nollce by Publication.
In thu district court ot Logon county.
George Hanson plaintiff vs. Annie
Whurcas the above named plaintiff
Oeorgo Hansen did on tho 35th day of
Jul A. I). Ih0f file his petition in
tho district co.irlof Logan county Ok-
lahoma territory together with his
affidavit stating Hi at hu was unable to
obtain personal service upon the do
defendant Annie Hanson in said coun-
ty and territory
Therefore said dofendant Annie
Hansen will take notice thatsho must
appear and ausnor or otherwise ploud
to the petition of the plaintiff fliVd in
tho office of tho clerk of Mild court on
or before tho 5th day of September. A.
D. 18U5 orsuld petition wi I lie taken
as true and judgment rfiidvreil aeoord-
Inffly. granting the sold plaintiff an
absolute decree of dlvnrw and such
other and further rollef ah to the
court may seom just and equitable to-
gether with a judgmont fur t.10 oosts
In vitness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and afll.uJ tho sal f
said court ot my oftluo In (Juthrle. in
said county and territory this 2Mb
day of July A. D. 1805.
8KAI.1 Louis 11 Pitts.
Clork of said District Court.
tiuhlMied III thu (liilliriu
Leaner . 1 my -si is'.i.i.
Nolii-o by L'ltlilicalion
In the dihtrlct court of Logan county
Kathurlnu Strublo plaintiff
John A. Sampsel Lydla R. Sampsol
J. C. Mltohul&ou a A. Hubbard R M.
Snyder .1. 1 W. Doepko A Co . Carey
Lombard Lumber Company Capitol
National Runic nnd Joseph J. Helm de-
fendants. Whoroa1? the above-named Kath
erino Streble on the 0th day of June
1805 filed her petition in tho ilUtrict
couri 01 Logan county uuialioma ter
ritory ogatust tho above named de
fendants John A. Sampsel and Lydla
R Sampsol demanding judgment
against the said iioiomlantu lor tho
sumofS'JOl and Interest ami that a
certain mortgage given on lot 0 In
block SO Uutlirle proper Logan
souiity Oklahoma territory no fore-
closed and said property I in sold for
the satisfaction of plalntlffs's claim
nnd costs of suit and
Whoroas on tho 23d day of July
ld05 said plaintiff filed her amended
petition malting tho following named
parties ilefundantH to-wlt: J C Mitch
ulson C. A. Hubbard R M. Snyder J.
V. W. Doepko A Co tho Carey Lom-
bard Lumber Company Capitol Na-
tional Rank and Joseph J. Helm nl
leglug that said last named defend
anUi claim or have Hens and ineum
broncos on said lot U in block r0 (iulh
rle propor Logon county. Oklahoma
territory and filed her allldovit that
sho was unable to nbtiin personal ser
vloo in Loou county Oklnhoma terri-
tory upon the defendant J C Mitch-
olson C. A. Hubbard R. M. Snyder J.
V. W. Doepko A Co and Joseph J
Therefore tho lust above named tie
fondants will take notice that thoy
must appuar.and nnswor or olhorwlso
piouit to 1110 piHtunn ami nmeniieii pe-
tition filed as oforesald by the said
plaintiff Kalhrlne Streble in the ills
triet court of Lojran county Okla
homa tei ritory on or before tho 1th
day of Septombor. IS05. or judgment
will bu taken against inom foreclos
ing tho mortirairu on said abovo de
scribed property und forever barring
them and eaeh nf thorn from any
right title plalin. interest lien nr
equity of redemption In or to sold
above d ascribed real potato und for
costs of suit
In witness whereof I haVo hereunto
sot my hand nnd afllxed tho soal of
said court at Out hrle In said county
and territory on this tho 93d day of
July luOS. Louts K. Pitts
Seall Clerk of tho Dlstriot Court
P. 6. Cossidy. attornoy for pkintlff.
Klrst iblUlioil HT Daily "LoaTir
To whom it may oouce.rn:
Notice is hereby given that Robert
MrCuno lias this day filed his pe-
tition for llconso to retail liquors in
M in hall Logan county. Ok. and that
unless objnetion to tho same as ro-
quirei' y law bo filed by tho 3IhI day
i.f July . 1). HOB said petition will
i.uthrie O T-Jnly 10 1S03.
R. Hmmktt StkwAht
llirel Rrothers load oil others in
groceries and provisions. Trv them.
1-10 I in.
To all persons whomsoovor having busl
nuMi transactions of any kind
whether as creditors or oh debtors
of the Teeumseh Chandler Outhrlo
Merchants' Telephone company a
You uud each of you ore hereby noti-
fied thai the undersigned R M. .Mal-
lard was heretofore oil this tali day of
July 1 hUft duly appointed receiver of
the abovo iinmed company or corpora-
tion by proceedings begun lit llie ilis-
triot I'm-rt of Payne county Oulohn
mo uiiu .1-1 y aud all creditors of said
corporation f uvery kind ore hoiuby
notified thai 1 v virtue of an order
made by Hon 1'rank Da'e judge of
sold court all en lnr of every kind
and nature of fan corporation must
present their claims or demands duly
verified to tho undersigned on or be-
fore the 17th doy of August ISO." for
allowance uud oil debtors of sold eor
porallon of every kind are required to
make payment to the undersigned on
or before the 17th day of August 1805
Witness my nand this J2il day of
July 1 S05. KM Nrui.Aiui.
Receiver of tho Teeumseh Chandler
Uutlirle Merchants Telephone Co
I w j -U
AND PRICES TO SUIT TIIR TIMES
SA31E OLD MOSES
'Jl 1 lliirrlnou Ayo.
SAVES YOUR LINEN!
Hand Wort tlie Best.
Tiy (ho Troy Jlaud Louiulry
111 E. Sprlimrr.
N B. FRIERSON
FOR A GOOD
Clmlioi M. Ei;l 9! QhUlyR SI
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 46, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 31, 1895, newspaper, July 31, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73395/m1/2/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.