The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 54, Ed. 1, Friday, August 9, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LEADER QDTHR1E OKLAHOMA
j tho leader Printing Corapun
Lt-SLlE G. NIBLACK. -
Hilly Horning Paper Pnblllnrl In Onthrl.
Official Organ of Oklahoma Democracy.
TJi Offljlal Organ of Logan Connlr.
FRIDAY AUO. ! t8BS
Tiik Dah.V IiKAIikii accepts advertls-
IOR with thu distinct and poslthro guar--.iiteo
that it has doublo the pa d
circulation of any newspaper published In
: Lkaiikii lllnderjr I one of tno wt
luultutioiis of tllo kind In tlio vtosiano is
i :iy tiiriiliigoutlargcquantitirisoi wor.
S. ill In ytmr older for binding and blank
books anil llioy Win Doproiiipiijr iw
Oae month delivered In city
Uno month by mall..
Three months v
Six mouth '
loo year.. .. '
s'lx month ... 2
Wk sometimes regret that som thinly
didn't Introduce Dizzy Lewis to Holmes
n year or two njrQ.
r f - -
Ml!1. CAili.fc Ititow.N'B husband has
deserted her It Is doubtful whether
she really deserved suoh rare Inch.
-Ships That Pass In the Nlgbt"
brought Heatricc llarraden only SC.1H;
evidently thuy were not heavily
IN short President Cleveland is .not
making a specialty of accepting third
term" fiom people who have no such
favors to bestow
It will not do for the graduates of
tho Oklahoma probate courts to be-
come too gay. Their separations aro
sadly in need of repairs.
Tub fact that Mr. Harrison has all
his speeches taken In shorthand
doesn't indicatu his early retirement
Srnatoii Hiiick seems to have the
Ohio Democrats very thoroughly Hoko
Kmithod. That Is he Is changing their
financial views with more or less suc-
cess. Viscknt In this week's Represents
live howls HUo a dervish and "de
clares "It ain't so." llelng beautifully
called down on hii county robbery he
Is now trying to crawl out of a bad
A wsi'ATcii from Now York says
that. Uncle Ilussell Sago Is breaking
down from overwork but insists that
lie "cannot afford to take a vacation."
Truly this is a pathetic case. Can he
afford to waste tluio In dying'.'
Tiik city of St. Paul claims a
tiallst who can hold a $10 bill
It who without burning It- We
like to try this Interesting experiment
If our subscribers will kindly lake
part in the performance; ju t ut pro -ent
wo personally haven't any moii'j
Tiik gold inonometallists are us ng
no end of clap-trap in their denuiicla
tlon of a silver parity and their as
sumption to their own uses of the
phrase "sound money" Is an evidence
of the clap-trap That phrase Is older
than any Wall street bank or than
Secretary Carlisle and It comprised
silver as well as gold coin from the
era of Washington to that of flrant.
The voters must bear in mind that the
cunning misappropriation ot the
phrase '"sound money" Is as mislead-
ing In the mouth of a Sherman Re-
publican as Is hU word "Protection "
A PltKTTY P.VHfl IMIKKII
It is not unusual for politicians to
attempt to use organized labor as a
shuttlecock but a dispatch from In
dlauapol)s Ind. brings Information of
an Instance of this sort that is rather
out of the ordinary in its brutal frank
It says that a railroad otliciitl who
recently announced his candidacy for
the senatorial seat now occupied by
I) iniel W. Voorhees has now issued an
order that all members ot union labor
organizations may ride free over any
ot his lines on presentation of their
union cards as credentials.
What Is this for? How long would
this rule last were its author elected
to the senate? If union labor docs not
administer a stinging rebuke to this
political Juggler wo shall lx much
Hi: OKttKKVKD rtWItUIMKKl'.
A few days ago a girl residing in
Illinois caused the arrest ot a young
man on the charge of assault and bat-
tery. When the case was called for
trial It was found that the "assault
and battery" consisted solely In steal-
lug two large luclous kisses from the
plaintiff's pursed unwilling dp The
justice was not convinced that thu
young woman had sustained bodily in-
jury by this salute and discharged the
defendant. Not loug since u similar
cae occurred near Wichita when Mr-
Mcrutz had Farmer John l'ullln ar-
rested for assault and battery Thu
plaintiff swore that she called ut the
Pullln homestead and before leaving
hired one of her arms eallud tin far-
tners attention to it anil nsiceu mm to
observe how plump ho was growing.
Whereupon she avers the funnel Im-
printed two resounding suction like
kisses an tho arm. That was the whole
case but the jury decided that John
was guilty of assault and battery and
Jilted lilta 810. We believe the jury Jn
tins case Served I'ullln right. Any
man who would kiss a pretty woman's
arm while her iheek anrl her lips wci o
within cany reach deserves to bo dls
OIVK IIH FOI1T HtlPPl.Y.
The peoplo of Western Oklahoma arc
patiently awaiting the disposition of
Fort Supply hi Woodward county
which was vacated by the government
troops several months ago and turned
over to thu secretary of the Interior
by the wnr department This nban
donetl fort should bo used for a torn
torlol institution by all means and the
people of Woodward are right in de-
manding that dual disposition be made
at once. Not long since Secretary
Lowe personally Interested himself In
the matter and upon communicating
wtlh the interior department received
several favorable replies from the sec
rotary In which ho agreed to leave
open the disposal of the fort for a few
weeks. Hut time has slippol by and
nothing has been dono toward secur
Ing thu valuable property for this
territory. United action should be
taken at once by the people of thu tor
rltory as congress may Ignore tho ap
peals of the Woodward people and for
a paltry sum dispose of the properly
to private parties. Tho west side i
justly entitled to a terrltoilal Institu
tion and there is no prettier spot for
such in that section than old Fort Sup
OKLAHOMA DIVOUCKS AM. 111(111 r
Since the recent decision of the su-
preme court in the Irwin case from
I'jyue county much needless com
raent has been engaged in by eastern
papers who u fleet to believe that
3 idgo Dale's decision "virtually kills
the whole divorce business in Oklaho-
ma" Nothing could he more grossly
fallacious. The divorce business is
recognized as an industry peculiar to
Oklahoma and if "it is killed" it is
also nourishing like the proverbla
green bay tree and even tho corpse
of a divorce business cannot flourish.
The eastern papers have a wrong Im-
pression of the matter. The decision
in question touched only probate court
divorces not the business of the dis-
trict courts where ill-mated suits have
always properly belonged District
courts continue to grind out divorces
at the old stand to the joy and satis-
faction of hundreds of persons who
learned only too late in their particu-
lar cases that "marriage Is a failure."
The probate courts are the tribunnls
that caused trouble and discontent
and may yet be the means of landing
several peoplo In tho penitentiary.
Tho recent decision of the supreme
court simply rcallirmcd its former
opinion In tho Irwin case denying that
probato judges had jurisdiction in di-
vorce cases after August 13 180.1 and
declaring all divorces so granted null
and void and any subsequent marriage
of tho parties bigamous.
Oklahoma divorces aro all right and
ill-matched pairs aro welcome.
MOVED FOR A NEW 'TRIAL.
Counirl fur the Tnjlor Ilnithera CIhIiii
Caiiiioi.mon Mo. Aug. 7. Motion
for a new trial In the ease of the state
of Missouri vs. Geurgo K. and William
P. Taylor was filed lust night at 10
o'clock by the attorneys for the de-
fendants. The motion will bo argued
to-duy and .lodge Hueker will announce
his decision. The motion gives thirty
reasons why a new trial should bo
granted defendants. They nie:
"The court orrcd in permitting Mul-
litis. Fields. Holllday Mlnnls Pierce
and Miller to assist in the prosecution
of tho case without any order entered
on record authorizing them to do so.
Two of flm deputy sheriffs Henry and
Snow were prejudiced against de-
fendants and i ere guilty of improper
conduct In summoning the ventre.
The court erred in the examination of
the jury and would not allow news-
papers to he filed that had been read
by the jury to show that said papers
contained a full account ot the testi-
mony. The court did not admit proper
and competent testimony. The court
allowed the cross-examination In tho
deposition of Mrs. Hdward Fowler to
be read. Krror was committed in not
allowing the depositions of 1 1)
Gleason Mrs. L. (lleason and W. I).
Woods to be read; in permitting Mrs.
MatUe Van Wye and Miss Alpha Van
Wye to be cross-examined improperly!
also iu Improper examination of the
defendants. George aud William Toy
lor upon matters not referred to in
their examination In chief. The ver
diet was against the weight of thu evi-
dence. The jury iu trying tho case wns
guilty of improper conduct in having
Its picture taken in a public place for
tho purposo of obtaining notoriety.
Tho statement that V. II. Vaugh
while on the jury sent to his home
for his pistol and that Mie came was
sent to him Is given as a strong rca
sou. The faut that Deputy Snow ah
lowed II. C Dulauey to send out and
get a gallon of beer which he and
other members of the jury drank Is
set forth In strong language. The
whole matter Is hummed up in tln last
reason which says: "Hecaute on the
whole record of this cause the verdict
of conviction heroin Is not supported
by the law.''
Fur Hale ur l.'icliaucr.
Stock of general merchandise. Do-
ing god cash business and now. Also
store building and dwelling. Good
reason for selling or will t ratio aud
take part land for pay aud balance
cash or good paper. Address P. 0.
No H5 Mu Hi all. O. T.
See notices of assignees bale ot mil-
liuery stock In another eolumu. 7 2016
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Hlghtst of all in lcMvenlttg
atrgih. - U. 8. (IwwMwrt HfxttU
- '? w.ri."'r" L
atch the papers later on; wo have
cep oil sending your luundry just the
same u you are nova customer wo
win interest you next weoK wn pro.
pose tu give you the best service In the
Southwest. Don't forget to look for
words "Steam Laundry" next week.
A VV &UKkam Mg'r.
The Model bakery delivers three
loaves of bread any where In the city
for ten cents. to
ABSOLUTELY PURE -
HUNTED BY ARMED MEN
The lnt Crime of Negro Demi Amine
hii Kntlre C'oimiiiiitlly.
Neosho Mo . Aug. 7 A band of
five negroes which has been operating
near Sapulpa Ind. Ter. robbing
sIoicr dwellings etc.. yesterday com-
mitted the worst crime ot Its short
eurocrat Oreutt fifteen miles south of
Sapulpa The negroes nppenred at the
home of Henry Hasson at 1 o'clock.
anil after going through the
hoi- .e taking everything of value
they i'ould carry off they com-
pelled Mrs Hasson to accompany
them as far as the barn lot leaving
one of their number to guard Mr. liai-
son mid the balance of the family. The
three brutes then bound nnd assaulted
her. They were heavily itriucil and
rode fast horses. They wero recog-
nized and mining them was been the
half brother of Cherokee Hill who is
now in jail at Fort Smith for his eon
ucctlon with the notorious Cook gang.
It is now thought Mrs. Hasson will rc-
I'rH'Mr from tin. hrlltnl nssnlllf.. Tilt eil-
. tiro community is up in arms and
semiring the country. Men and arms
have been telegraphed for lis nil at-
tack on the town of Sapulpa is looked
for ut any hour. This Is the third case
of robbery and assault which is nlleged
to have been committed by this same
gang within the Inst ten days. Should
any of them be caught by the e tl.ens
they will be lynched at onre
'First published In Oklahoma
Aug 8 18'.tt.
Notice Tor Publlculioti.
Land olllcn at Guthrie. Ok. Aug ft
Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
Intention to mako final proof In support
of his claim ami that said proof will Ik
tnado before the register and receiver at
Uutlirlo Ok. on Soptem r ) lSOft
Andrew L Haimim who tiiiule II E
urn for thu lots 3 and 4 aud u hf of s w
qr of sec 31 of twp 17 u of rltt of I M .
Ho names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous resldenco upon and
cultivation of said laud viz:
lleiijiunln KUeikny. of Outhr'n Ok;
Androw Haiixam of Perry. Ok: William
CaniiliiR. of Ilerwlc Okj Willis llewes
of Guthrie Ok.
A. N. J. Crook IlegUlar
First published iu tno Okla. L'-ador
Aug 8 IB'.)"..
Land olllcn at Guthrie
O. T. Ana
Notice Is hereby given that tho fol'ow-lug-named
settlor has tiled notice of hN In-
tention to make final pi oof In suppni I of
his claim aud that said proof ui.l be
made before the register and recol.i-r at
Gilthr.e O. T. on Sent 17 18!.1 vlr-
Gabriel 11 licet I. who made II K No
1738 for thn lots 1 a d 'J and e 1 f of the
n w ir of see :to. twp 10 n r 1 w I .1.
He names thn following linusns to
p"oui hi continuous residence upon
und o Jit'vatlou of. said land viz:
George W Harr' Isaac N Melton.
Kll M Sweet Klehar M Poll e all of
A. N. .T. CnooK Register.
'3ft ft3 .
Notice for IMililicuU.iii.
Land Oflleo at Uutlirlo O. T . Aug 5.
Notion Is hereby given that the follow-Ing-uamcd
settler has Hied no.lca of hl-t
Intention to make final proof In support
of his claim and that s.ud proof will bo
made before the toirUter and twelver of
I'.S. loiidolueu at Giithiln. O. T on
Sept 18 18W. vlx:
William It llnwland mr the I t. .1 I :.
and s eijr. n n qr see 0 twp 17 u ami
lot 13 sec 31. twp 18. ii r I w.
Illumines tho follnwlinr witnesses to
prove his continuous leJfileiic upon aud
cultivation of said land viz:
Cornelius Harrington. Cyron W Vagar.
.Juste L Mann. Joseph Hash) all of
A. N. .1. Citoou. Uegistor.
lrt Published iu Oklahoma Leader
Notice for IMiliUc.'itioii.
Laud Ofllcu at Uuthrle. O.T. August 5
Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
Intention to mako final proof In support
of his claim and that said proof will bo
mado before the register ami receiver at
Uutlirlo. O T on SiepUMiilKir ) 1. 181)5 vli:
.lames A. Null foi the ioi 78 Hand
10 or the nw qr see X.' tp 17 n r 2 w
I. M. O. T.
Ho names the following vltnesscs to
prove his continuous reside too upon and
cultivation of said laud. vl.
John Caiumack Andrew Dysart Otis
C'o and O. W. Co all t.r Guthrie p. o
A. N. J. 1'hook Register
Fi.it published In Oklahoma Leader
Notice for I'uIilh'Htion
To Henry Suhwart:
You are hereby notified that you
have been sued in tlu district court of
Logau county In the crrltory of Okla
noma ny Adoltlue a
lit nu action for dlv
must answer thu net
hwart your wife
ice and that you
ion ot Bam Atlol-
aid court iu said
the 31st day of
fluo Schwart filed in
action on or befor
September 18'JS or t-
ut petition will
bo taken as true and Judgment for dl
vorce and for the re and custody ot
tho hlUlrcti of
u and the said
X i I be rendered
lug'y as prayed for
against you ttcco.
In said petition.
In testimony w'-
unto set my hand
court this 3rd da
roof I have hcre--nd
tho seal of said
f August 1803.
Louis E. Pitts
Cterk of said court.
8. 8. Lawiiknt .
Attorney f -r Plaintiff.
"STKr W.ouko Sons &Co.T?s?5T'r
CSwmANERICIS TOBACCO CllWfrW
jGay Durham r.c. u a . Y-y
II may do an Much for Von.
Mr. l'rcd Miller of Irving 111.
writes that lie. Imd n severe kidney
trouble for many years with severe
pains In thu back and also that his
bladder wns alTeeteil. He tried many
so-called Kidney cures without any
good result. About u year tgo lie be-
?an the use of Kljctrlc I titters and
buhil relief at fonee. Hlcetrle Hitters
is especially ndapted to the cure of all
kidney and liver troubles ami gives al-
most Instant relief. One trial will
prove our statement. Price only 50c
tor large bottle. At Scatonlan drug
For sale At Leader ofllec; ono half
medium Chandler & Price Gordon
press 14x20. It Is In perfect condi-
tion and is running every day at our
ofllec. We must make room fdr large
A person Is prematurely old when
baldness occurs bofore tin forty-fifth
year Use Hall's hair renewcr to keep
thotcalp healthy and prevent bald
Household goods for sale.
Furnished front room for
Hcggs German Salve.
Heggs' German Salve.
Hoggs' German Salve.
The greatest pile ointment in the
world. It cures where all others fail.
A positive guarantee with every box
Call for sample box. Sold by your pop-
ular druggist Sealon.
See notice of assignees' sale of mil-
linery Rtock In another column.
I'nr NhIo Ulirnp.
Lots 2 3 4 nud ft block 02 East
Guthrie. Property of Geo. W. Taylor
one door west of Hroad street on Har-
rison ave. 0 SO tf
See notice of assignees' sale of mil-
linery stock in another column.
My boy was taken with a I'Iscaso
resembling bloody flux. Tho first
thing I thought of was Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemcdy.
Two doses of it settled the matter and
cured him sound and well. I heartily
recommend this remedy to all
per so us sintering irom a like com-
plaint. I wilt answer any inquiries
regarding it when stamp is enclosed
I refer to any county official as to un-
reliability. W. M. Koach .1. P. Prlm-
roy Campbell county Tenn. For sale
by F. It. Lilllo t Co.
of a itico head of hair just through
negligence. When your hair begins to
fall out don't neglect it. but get a bot-
tle of Heggs' hair renewer which will
stop its falling out and if turning
gray will restore its natural color
For sale by Seaton.
Fount) at Last.
A f ure cure for diarrahca aud sum-
mer complaint. It is Heggs' diarrhea
balsam. Druggists do not keep It
They sell it For sale by Seaton the
For Rent 7 room house on Springer
avenue owned by Dr. 11. P. llalstcad.
Call at school land office. 7 tw
Don't Tobacco Njilt or Smoke Your I.lfn
is tho truthful startling title of a lit-
tle book about No-To-llac the harm-
less guaranteed tobacco habit cure
that braces up ntcotined nerves elimi-
nates tho nicotino poison makes weak
men gain strength vigor and man-
hood. You run no physical or finan-
cial risk as No-To-Hac is sold by tho
S'utonlan Drug Co. under a guarantee
to cure or money refunded. Hook free.
Address Sterling Remedy New York
Cool and pleasant furnished rooms
with or without board. Mrs. Newton
221 Vilas ave.
Kenneth Haxemore had the good
fortune to receive a small bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic Colcro and Diar-
rhoea Remedy when three members of
his family were sick with dysentery
This one small bottle cured them all'
and he had some left which ho gave
to Geo. W. Hah or a merchant of the
place Lewiston. N. C and It cured
htm ot the samu complaint. When
troubled with dysotttery diarrhoea
colic or cholera morbus give this rem-
edy a trial nnd you will be more thon
pleased with the result The praise
that naturally follows its introduction
and use has made it very popular. 35
and ftO cent bottles for sale by F II.
Llllle t Co.
First published iu Dally Loader
Aug. 4 1395.
In the District Court of Logan county
James A. Null plaintiff vs. Mattle
May Null defendant.
Tho above named defendant Mattle
May Null will takp notice thatsho has
been sued in the district court of Lo
gan couuty Oklahoma territory by
the ubovo named plaintiff James A.
Null and that she must answer qr oth-
erwise plead on or before tho 14th day
of September. 1805 or petition of said
plaintiff will be taken as true aud judg
ment rendered accordingly granting
an ausoiuta uecreo ot in vorce.
Witness ray hand and thn seal of
at Uutlirlo this 3rd day of
li. i ana.
Louis li Pitts Clerk.
It. CiiAwroiil) Attorney fur
Disfigured by Eruptions
auk crnrii nv
'Some j ears
nun I was In a
tion Hit a hu-
mor or rni)-
broke out all
over my face
slut body. See-
ilug the teatl-
fniouy ot others
as to the effi
cacy ol AVer's
SaraiartlU la like cases I concluded
to che this medicine a trial and tli
result was a thorough cure no sign at
the complaint inakluu Its appearance
since. I ham no hesitation Iu recotn-
ineiidlng A)rr's Sarsaparilla for any
kind of skin dUeaw."-J XV. Dean
Mom 1'olut Mil.
A4mUt4l at Mm WarM'a Fahr
TU r m s
KN JW ft
i;aaii sr tn
1 li rough Chair Car.
Tho Santa Fe rotito no w litis through
uhair car lino to Omaha Nob. via Su-
perior. Leaves Uutlirlo at 1 p. in.
L. It. Dki.anky. Agt
Map or Virginia Hntlle-Ph-til.
The only correct map made from of-
ficial papers in the war department
with complete l'stof battles. Sent on
receipt of 2."i cents In money or postage
stamps. Address 0. It. Hyan assist-
ant general passcngor ngont a and O.
railway Cincinnati Ohio. 4-fi-4w
Anyono who Is suffering from consti-
pation or liidlircslloii would do well
to try Heggs' Ilttlo giant pills. They
give perfect satisfaction. Sold by your
popular druggist Seaton.
Some guilt a pigs for sale until Aug-
ust 1st at SI per yalr. Can ship be
express tu any part of tho territory.
AdtlrnsB p. o. box ft37 Oklahoma City
Wanted To rent a good ptuno.
Must be cheap. Address "Musio"
stating terms etc. care Leader. tf
Although wheat Is worth $1.0.1 per
bushel our loaves of bread wolgh Just
the same as before. Stop In and see
how nice we have everything. (i H.
I'arin rnr Haiti.
100 acres two miles from Uutlirlc
all under fence 0ft noros millivittctl
balance In pasture; iwo-room liiu(
and stables; 100 fruit trees well two
living springs; price. S1.3IM).
7 21 dim .1. N. CiMtr..
Rooms 2 and 3 Guthrie National
Somn pooplo ure constantly troubled
with pimples und bolls especially
about tho face and neck. Tho best
remedy is a thorough coursn of Ayor's
Sarsapariihi which expels all humors
through thu proper channels and
so makes tho skin become soft healthy
The Noblo Avenue bakery has moved
to HU Oklahoma avenue aud have
changed tho name to "Famous Hak-
cry." Our goods aro nlwttvs fresh and
clean. a li Hraithwaitc
"I know an old tnildicr who had
chronic diarrhoea of long standing to
have been permanently cured by tak-
ing Chamberlain's Colic' Cholera ami
Diarrhoea Remedy" says lidwurd
Shumplk a prominent druggist of
Minneapolis Minn. "I have sold the
remedy to this city for over seven
years and consider it superior to any
other medicluo now on the market for
bowel complaints. 'J5 and f0 cent
bottles of this remedy for .sale by 1
Don't go home without a loaf of our
lino bread; our pies contain only pure
and fresh material. The Famous lhtk-
ery 119 Oklahoma avenue.
Sec notice ot assignees' sale of mil-
I nery stock In another column.
Don't Itcml ThU
Unless you wish to know that Hoggs'
diarrhea balsam is thu best mudialuo
on earth for summer complaint. Nuvor
fails. Cures every time lvjually good
for children. Sold and wurra tiled by
The Famous bakery 11!) Oklahoma
avenue for the best bread pies und
cakes. C. F. Hrnlthwaltc.
Agents wanted at 818 North Division
street. Joe M. Rhodes. 7 !iS w
Sea notice of assignees' sale of
littery stock iu another eolumu.
Heggs' Hlootl Purifier.
Heggs' lllood PurlU.ir.
Heggs lllood Purifier
for all diseases of tint blood. A posi-
tive guarantee with every bottle.
Call for and bo sure you g.a Hoggs'
anil take no other. Sold by Seaton
What causes bail dreams la a matter
that has never been satisfactorily an-
swered; but In nine cases out of ten
frightful dreams itro the result of iiuli
gestion which a few doses of Ayor's
Sarsapariihi will effectually remedy
Don't. delay; try it today.
Nullto tit hlllncrlhtTH.
Subscribers to The Leader who fall
to receive their papers promptly every
morning will please report such fail-
ures to this office at on en.
For rent cheap 3 room house nicely
furnished good locution; 11 . Harrison
avenue Vienna bakery.
A (.lively lli-ntl ir Hit Ir
is something that every woman fthntrhl
be proud of aud is something thai ev-
ery person .;au have If they use Rcgm'
Hair roncwer Sold by Scatonlan Drug
How In tho world can you expect to
be cured of piles unless you got
a box of Heggs German salvo? bum
pie boxes free. liqually good for
scalds burns old sores etc. Sold and
warranted by Seaton.
When tho hair has iallen out leaving
tho head bald if the scalp Is not
shiny there Is a chance of regaining
tDe linlr by using Hall's uair roncwer.
Want lo Trii(c.
Thoroughbred stallion and other
stock for claim or city property. A"
dress J. W. Wkjik
1 in d Crescent City Ok.
First published in the Guthrie Dally
Leader July 20 1805.
Notice by Publication.
u the district court of Logan county.
George Hanson plaintiff vs. Annie
Whereas the above named plalullff
George Hansen did on the 2Sth day of
Jul). A. D. IBOft tile his petition in
the district co.trtof Logan county Ok-
lahoma territory togetlior with his
affidavit stating that he was unable to
obtain personal service upon tho dc-
ilefenduut Antilo Hansen iu said couu-
ty and territory.
Therefore said defendant Annlo
Haoseu will take notice that she must
appear nnd answer or othorwise plead
to the petition ot thu plaintiff filed in
the oflleo of the clerk of said court on
or before the 5th day of September A.
D. Ib03 or said petition ni betaken
aa true and judgment rende-ed accord-
lnly. granting the said plnintiff an
absolute decree ot divorce and buch
other and furthor relief bh to tho
court may seem just and eciuttoblo to-
gether with a judgment for t.ie costs
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set ray hand and afllxod tho seal of
said court at mr ofllca in Guthrie. In
said roiimy aud territory thlH SStlt
day of July A. U- 1S05-
skai.1 Louis li Pirrt
Clerk of fald District Couvt.
The entire stock of the Chicago MillincMy
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
A HmmliiiK ami Day School
Sixth year hounded by tho in Uov. A. a Oarrett bishop of northern
loxos and under his Riiporvlston. Will open Sopt. 12180ft. College and Pre-
paratory Courses. Classics and Higher Mathelnatles In charge of graduates of
Wollesley College nud University of Toronto. Departments of Music ami Art
under direction of the best instructors trained In Germany. Ungland ami Ne.v
Knglatid Conservatory of Music. Khiuuliott taught by graduate of the lhiier-
son School of Oratory Hoston. Turins for tuition including nneWnt and
modem languages mid all HngHali branches board fuel light washl.ig Jj iu
per At num. Music Art Klocullon extra charges. For catalogues and fur
thor information address MISS T0RBERT Principal St. Mary's InstNito. Da as
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
THE SQUARE BICYCLE DEALERS.
Will search for trade during the seaton of 1895. Largest stock of cycle
and cycle sundries west of Kansas City.
Bicycles Sold on Installments
PAYMENTS ACCORDING TO PRICK OF IMCYCI.KS.
A large line of Second-hand Ilicycles at Slaughtering prices. Icnu
easy. Do not forget to call on ns for Sewing Machines and Supplies
Call al or address 113-iij Kast Oklahoma avenue C-ulhrie O. I
The Oklahoma Bicycle Comp'y
E. N. KNAUSS Manajrer-
Manufacturer and npplier of t.lis Asphnltum In.11 Clad Uuof Paint The
best for niutal and shingle itiofh. Makes shingle lilto slate Aso put 011 ns-
phiiltuui gravel httnil lur und plli-h mots and lavs the genuine iisphaltiim
walks and pavements anil artificial stone. Old roofs repalied ami made as
good us now. Stacks and stand pipes pai.tli'd ami repaired All work gunran
iced. Kent ot references.
Tuuchura' rogistem boat found
printed bound in manlllu nud cloth
for sulo nt Hoylo'a book store. The
law auya thobu registers aro required
to bo usod by toauliers In all public
schools. Approved by Superintendent
li rst pit bllslicTl In ttiil Guthrie Dally
Leader J lily 23. HU.V
Notico by I'lililication
In thu district court of Ixigun county
ICttlherinu Streblu plaintiff
John A. Maiupsul Lydla II. SumpseJ
J. C. Alltchulsou (X A. Hubbaril. It M.
Hnyder J. R W Doepho it Co . Carey
Lombard Lumber C puny Capitol
National Hank ami Joseph.). Helm de-
fendants. Whereas the above-named leath-
ering a treble on tho lilh day of .In lie
180.1 filed her petition in the dUtrict
court of Logan comity Oklahoma ter-
ritory against tho above named de-
fendants John A. Sampsel xiu Lydia
II. Sampsol demanding judgment
against the said defendants for tho
sum of $20 1 and interest und t lint a
certain mortgage given on lot 11 In
block tilj Gutliriu proper Logan
sonnty Oklahoma territory be fore-
closed ami said property bo sold for
tlie satisfaction of plaintiffs' claim
aud costs of suit and
Whereas on tho 23d day of July
1805 buid plaintiff tiled her amended
petition making tho following named
parlies dofeudanUs to-wlt: J. C. Mitcli-
(tlson C A. Hubbard K M. Snydor J.
K. W. Doupko it Co. tho Caroy Lom-
bard LumbeTr Compauy Capitol Na-
tional Hank and Joseph J. Holm al-
leging that said last named dofond
autH plaint or have liens and lnuuui
lira noes on sid lot 0 in hlonlt r.0 Gtith
rlo proper Logan county. Oklahoma
territory and filed her atlidavit that
she was unable to obtain personal ser
fIco In L0 a 11 oounty. Oklahoma terrl-
torv upon the defendants J C Mitch-
Olson O. A. Hubbard U. M Snyder. J.
V W. Doopku it Co. and Joseph J
Therefore tho laot above named de-
fcndnntH will take notice thut they
must appearand answer or otherwise
plead to the petition and nmoiided pe-
tition filed as aforosaid by tho said
plaintiff Kathrine Stroble in the dis-
trict court of Logan ceunty Okla-
homa territory on or beforo tho 4th
day of September. 1805 or judgment
will bo taken against them foreclos-
ing tho mortgage on said above de
scribed properly d forever barring
thorn and eurh .if llinni. from out-
right title elipin Interest lion or
equity of redemption in or to said
above described real elate and for
costs of wulu
In witness tvlioreof I have horount
sot my ha'ml and a HI set 1 tho soal of
said court al Guthrie in said oounty
and territory oil this tho 4d day of
July. lbOB. Lot'ts H. Ii rrs
Seal I Clerk of the District Court
V. O. Cassidy. atUi'nov for pklntiff.
Tlrht l"ubllshed "Tit T illy Loader
To whom It may concern:
Notico is hereby given that Uobert
Mi-Cuno has this day filed his pe-
tition for Hqciiso to retail liquors In
Muihall Logan county. Ok. and that
unless objection to the samo as re-
quired bv law bo llled by tho 3ist day
if Julv. A. D. 1805 said petition will
Guthrie O T..July 10. 1885
R ISuuprr Stxwaht
' County Clork.
for Young LuilioK ami
Silft W. Okla. Ave. Seulonkiii Urur Co.
Itfiliiinpllini t.r Titrrltiiilnl Warrant'
(lUTlintK O T. June JO lay'. Notice
Is horoby given Unit theie ure funds
on hand to rodeeni all general fund
warrant registered 011 or before Apiil
ltf tHU3 and all normal m-html war-
rant rogistiTctl cm or beforo March .10
1SUI. Interest 1 eases 011 all warrants
lii.'lutletl iu above call after thirty
M. L. TiniNKH
Treasurer Oklahoma Ty.
Go to lllrzd Itrothera for cheap gro-
ceries. 1 io I.
Hitliioii ami flx-liiriM. llest location
and llm-t IKtures In town. Ihiqulre
at ai7 S01..I1 Second Rlieut S SJtf
lliiv.ol ltr.itlinrh lead all others in
grocaries nnd provisions. Try them.
To all persons whomsoever having busi-
ness! transactions of any kind
whether as creditors or 11s debtors
of thu Teciinsel Chandler (Jtilliriti
Murchanls Telephone company u
You and each of yoit are hereby noti-
lied that tho undersigned j M. Htal-
lard was lioretofore on the llth day of
Jily Jstl.1 duly appolntetl receiver of
the above named company op corpora-
tion. by proceeilitiirs begun In thedisr
trlot court of l'ayne county Oiclahn-
ma anil any and all creditors of said
corporation of every kind are hereby
notified that by virtue of an order
mado by Hon Frank Dale judge of
said court all creditors of every kind
untl nature of said corporation must
present their claims or Xlemands duly
vortflod lo tho undersigned on or be-
fore the 17th day of August 180.". for
allowance and all debtors of said cor-
poration of every kind are required to
make payment to the undersigned on
or beforo tho 17th day of August ldi)$.
Wltnpss ipy liand thl ad day of
July IsOl. V M St m Mitt)
llucolvcr of tho TotMimseh Chandler
Guthrie Murchanls Telephone Co
4 w j 33
SAVES YOUR LINEN!
Hand Wort tbe Best.
Tiy tho Troy Hand Loiimlry
114 K. Kiirlugcr.
N 0. FKIERSON
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 54, Ed. 1, Friday, August 9, 1895, newspaper, August 9, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73403/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.