The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 54, Ed. 1, Friday, August 9, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER. GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
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No. U ( liioiii0 i:xpna 6:13a in.
No. 4iH. Mo. River K press 5:03 p.m.
N. 4'J2 Way Krolnlit V:UUn.m.
SOtTTII DC I HD.
No. 4(15 Toxns Kxpross........l0.30p. m.
No 4in Oklahoma Express... .12:30 p. m.
No. 4S.-1 Wuy Krr-titlit 1:00 p. m.
i'nusi'tiRcii should proeurotlckots boforo
KPttliiUtin tliu train.
t'lmilawt Oklahoma umUliilf It It.
Hominy Mall siiwl F.xp.tws l):fx) a. m.
Kpn 4tl() p. in.
Alnllnml Aroominolattou SiS( a. .in.
Sninliiy Mall anil Kxpros....l2:0". p. m.
Kxpii-Mi 7:M p. in.
Mall mill Accommodation 13: IS a. in.
GUTHKIN I.OW.K NO. 3. 1. ). O. R
Mu-ts Monday nlilit of i-urli wi'ok
at 7:30. VMtlng Odd Fellows im
alwa wr-lronic J. Foucaiit N (I.
Kuvniih A. MKKTrii .Ste'y.
GUUTHIILW LOIKIH NO. 1 A. O. U.
W. lunula Tlinrxday uvoiiIiiki of
M'i'litt7-.:M) p. m Hall lii Victor
blurb rnriii'i Klrst and Harrison. VNIt-
ng Workmen always wnlromn.
V. C. Holland M. W.
(). It. Montoomi.iiv Uoconler.
IIAIIY WKATIimt I'OKKOANT.
Spi-clal report for Tiik Daily
l.KUii'.it by W. J. Walters observer
(liilli'd States weatlior bureau:
Highest temperature ycsturcluy: W
1 i west 70.
Forecast for today: Filr: slightly
Itatnfall .00 Inches.
A St. .Ii)i'ih TrlrpliorH- mm. i y lull.
St. dosKl'ir. Mo . Anjr 7. 'Pile CHI-
yens' Telephone company organized
here six months nj'i to lljjlit the exist-
ing innnopolv to-day muile application
for a receiver. lisfcU of funds after
the plant was almost in rer.diness for
operation caused the reverse.
llllniaii'H Itpslnlrntlou l.uw I'plic-liU
Richmond. Va. All'. 7. Judge (lott
to-day in the .South t'uroliiia registra-
tion caau dismissed the complainants'
bill for nn injunction. This decision
upholds the present rejrintrutlcm laws.
I'rutiTt the Uhiiih mill Fluli.
hhootor llsh only in the proper sea-
1011 and eHCiipe the jjnine warden by
observing the laws. Many states have
new tfaine ano llsh laws this year and
if you don't know them Bend five 2c
stumps for a ropy of the (lame Law
Issue of The American Field 243 Stato
Justice doukuts latest style neatly
bound for sale at Tiik Lkadkii ofllce.
Wanted. An honest actlvo tfcntle-
man or lady to travel for established
lettable house. S.ilitry $780 payable
$15 weekly and expenses. Situation
permanent. Iteferences. HncloMiself
addrcRseil slumped envelope The
Dominion Comp.iny 3IS Omaha build-
iiifr l'liieai!0. 30 d il.
Low lli.nn r Hull it.
For the National Meeting American
I'.iar'naeeiitieal Aisoriutloii at Denver
luhi August 1 to "it. the S.inla Fe
route nill hvll round-trip tickets at
one limcst first-class fare Tickets on
baie August II and 12 good to return
to August '.'ii with an oxtenslon to
Kt'ptember 1 if ho desired.
I; K. Dki.ankv
(Hret publislieil In Oklahoma Leader
August H )
Noiicp For PuJilinilioji.
Land Olllce at Guthrie O T Anguct S
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has I! led notice
of his intention to make -final proof in
r.upport of his claim and that said
proof will lm made before the leglster
and receiver of llin United States land
olllce at (Inthrle IIT on .September 20
Iteiiiiett II Conn for the nw ipr m' sit
tup It' u i J w.
He names thu following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
unit cultivation of said laud viz:
John L. Sliiiu loph 1) Leach.
Uiuilo T Kastlaud .lames II Speer all
of itinhilc. O. T.
8571 A N J Crook Register.
I'ltst published in the (luthrle Dally
Leader Aug.2. 1S95.
J ii (he district court of Logan county
Ileniy .1. Mitchell plaiutitr
Leliliu Maria Mitchell defendant.
Whereas the above named plaintiff
Henry J Mitchell tiled his petition in
tint district court of Logan county
Oklahoma territory on the 1st day of
Auiust A U. lol'S praying for a tie
reu of divorce from the defendant
Letitia Maria Mitchell.
Therefore the defendant Letitia
Maria Mitchell will take notice that
she must appear and answer or other
Wise plead to said petition on or before
the 1 jtli day of September A. 1) IMi.1
or judgment will be taken ugalust her
by default In favor of nnd plalulllT for
nn uLo1ite deeruo of divorce.
In witness u hereof I huve hereunto
ipt my hsn.t and u"U.'..l tlio fcs.it f
said court at my olllce in Cuthrle in
snid county and territory this the 1st
day of August A. I) 1805
Louts K. 1'iti.s
Seal Cleric District Court
T II Cuppoge attorney for plain-
HIT 1'irt.l puollshedin the (iuthrie Dally
Leader Aug I 18U5.
Territory of Okluhoiiio County of Lo-
(n the district court in and for said
county and territory
(race Rowland plaintiff vs. Marquis
O Rowland defendant
The said defendant. Marquis O
Jfowlaud will take notice that ho has
been sued in thu district court of Lo-
gan county Oklahoma territory by
the above named plain ti IT draco Row
land in an aetion for divorce and that
he must appear and answer lliop-ti-tlou
flleJ in suld cause In this court
on or before the nth clay of Kept
S!) j or said petition will ih taken as
truo and a jiidtfmnt rendered for the
plaiutitf uuJ against him In said action
granting to caul plaintiff an absolute
divorce ur.d tor co&tu of suit
Dated this 3rd day of August 1805.
ukai J Attest: Louis E Pitts
Clerk of the district court of Logan
county O T.
Herod Wldinor i. Overstreet attor-
neys for plalntlW iitwJ
wjW 1 1 I I UJ 1 1 S if JI
A HOUSE Of TEAKS"
which had bronghtlilin to TJlayfluTus.
His thoughts hail wandered kick to n
well nigh forgotten period of his Hfo
when lie too lind been as yonng ns Mnn-
rlce Leclero and as deeply in lova
It was cloto nixjn iniiliiight when Gor-
ingo put the latchkey into the door of
1U Felspar road. Ho hnd determined to
get iuto tho houEO tuid go to bed in the
dark. Ho was u littlo tired. There was
no occasion for u night 'ntdi. He could
do all ho wanted to do next day.
To Qoringo fear was unknown and
as ho stood in tho hull of tho empty
honso no sciiMttiou disturbed him except
that ho felt unusually tired.
"Long walks evidently don't ugrto
with me" ho reflected as lio mounted
tho stairs nud mado straight for Stein-
worth's bedroom. Ho li.td a littlo diffi-
culty in riniliug tho right key hut ho
soon discovered which it was and un-
locking tho door ho entered tho room
nud then fastened tho door from tho In-
sido with tho brass bolt. Ho placed n
chair near tho head of the lied nt tho
side which was fiuthrst from tho door.
On tho chair lm placed his emit nnd
waistcoat nud on tho top of thco his
watch nud a loaded revolver Then ho
took off his boots ami arranging a
blanket over himself foil asleep quickly
It was broad daylight when Goringo
nwoke. Ho jumped alertly out of bed
and saw by his watch that it was close
nixin 8 o'clock.
"I must chance lighting iv Arc in tho
kitchen" ho thought ns ho stripped off
his shirt nud proceeded to tho wosh-
staud. "Never thought I could feci ab-
solutely in want of a hot cup of coffee.
Hollo I" ho exclaimed "no water in tho
ewer. I suppose I can hno n douelio in
tho pcullery. " Ho threw his coat over
his shoulder and proceeded down stairs.
Tho kitchen door was nt the far and
of tho hall. It stood wido open and ns
Goringo entered tho kitchen liobawthut
tho kitchen window was partly open.
Ho wns not an emotional iiinn but
tho open window caused him to blto his
nether lip and to htnmp furiously on
"Thero's no mistako nbout this win-
dow nnyhow" said he with u strango
Muilo as ho proceeded quietly anil slow-
ly to examino tho hasp. "This has becjn
forced dining tho night. 1'orhapi tho
burglar has boon ns unconscious of my
oxisteuco in the house as I have been of
his. lUimmy busiuef-H 1 What n triumph
it will bo for Brigga to hear this!"
Goringo entered tho scullery washed
himself with annuo show of unconcern
nnd then started to uiiiko his breakfast.
As soon ns his hunger nnd thirst wcro
appeased ho found mnplo materials in
tho pantry for his wauts ho took his
stand nt tho kitchen window. Opjxwito
tho window wns n high wooden fence
with a cemented path about tlneo feet
wido Jyingbotween tho window nnd tho
fence. Tho hoaso nt the other eido of tho
fenco had no gablo window nud exhib-
ited only a blank wnll of dull yollow
"Anoicolleutplaco to plant nn ouiily
opened whitlow surely I" mused tho do-
tectivo. Closing tho window lio proceeded lei-
htuoly to tho two sitting rooms cm tho
ground floor. Thero wns no sign of n
dihtnrbnnco of tiny kind in either of tho
rooms. Then ho walked up stairs and
entered tho room which Mrs. Davorn
uml to occupy. Hero thero woro uuinis-
takablo traces of n leceut distnibanco.
(joringo could easily iememlor how tho
room had lioen urrnuged ufter its Inst
tenant hud been token from it. Kvory-
thiug was now pulled nbout; tho door
of tho room was littered with poitloiis
of tho bedding (somoof which hnd liceu
ripped nnd torn) broken boxes anil rum-
"This comes of Briggs taking his
men otf. I suppose. I may hazard an
opinion when I nut nil by niysolf. . No
ddubt this is either tho work of some
ono who heard Victory's evidonco and
thought ho would linvo u try for tho
jiotes perhaps I disturbed his opera-
tions at midnight whilo tho houso was
llcscrttHl or perhaps it is u blind. Any-
how I'm in n uieo hole. This is what
comes of Keutimeutnlizliig when thore's
work to lio dono."
Going down on his knees tho duteot-
ivo trieil to sort out tho littor on tho
floor in tho hopo of picking up soiuo-
lOt fv f A.
L- .'K- . "
y- -' i-A.
"JUlo!" he crlal
thing which might givo him a olow as
to tho stylo of man the marauder was.
"Not iv professional hand" lio soon
decided. "An amateur of tho worst
kind mid therefore my job is nil tho
morn diflicult. "
Goringo could scarcely .cuitrol his
rage rago directed wholly ngaiust. him-
Wilf. At tho lwtom )io was a man of
Violent tumHrainent but Jm had niuaz-
Jlig powers of golf control For u dozen
yoors ho had wotfeltsonugry; lio would
bo tho laughing stock of the Yard. Hero
xrna a honso broken into whilo ho was
practically in chargo of it. The wholo
blamo and worse than the blame tho
jeers would all bo for him.
"Not a clow to tho intruder" ho
groaned rising to his feet. "That co-
Hieuted iath ontsirio tho kitchen win-
dnw will hold uoiooUtourf..-uul iti -V-
u' v "aVl r-
RED TOST PARK 0.
right down to tho front gata Tlio71oTI
nnd the jerry builder ns usunl in longuo
with one nnnthor. And all tho graveled
paths surrounding tho Iioufo tho gar-
den at tho lmek nnd tho hit of n foro-
court in 'runt tiro as hard ns brnss. A
daring scoundrel whoever ho was nl-
m jt dowrvlng of n rownrd. "
Goringo now foil to wondering if ho
had been fiirtntnllod in tho finding of
tho niito tho notes which he wns mor-
ally IkuuhI to discover. Hut n grim
sinllo lit up his fueo ns ho pondered
ovr this jiroblom. "This is tho only
room that hus lioen entered" horeilect-
od glancing round tho apartment. "If
tho intruder was only nn outrider llred
by Viokery's eonfoHslon ho would lmvo
madostrnight for that worthy inventor's
room. Or perhniH ho wns disttirlMvl by
:uy arrival and had simply commenced
nn exhaustive search of tho promises.
Confound him whoever hois!" groaned
Then tho dotoctivo strode out of tho
room nnd mounted to tho first floor
lauding. Ho pitMed into Stolnwoith's
iK'dnxmi conipletod his toilet nnd tak-
ing tho keys of tho houro fiomhis pock-
et ho opened the door of Viokory's room.
Nothing wtif diRturlied hero Tho win-
dow was securely lintiped.
Goringo pnuod for awhile glancing
round tho room taking in every object
"No" ho mid at length "thoro has
been no ono hero siuco I saw tho Inrido
of thoo four walls lnt. "
Again ho dosconded tho stnirsund en-
tered Mrs. D.ivorn's room. Ho kicked
i-onio'of tho boxes out of his way ni ho
stopped across tho floor and then ho
proceeded to u pile of torn linen which
had evidently Ik'oh taken from tho lied.
"Hollo!" ho cried ns ho picked out
from tho litter u piece of lumplod eniu-
biie. Ho oiHJiied It out nud fixing his
eyes on ono corner ho snw two letters
"iL Ix" ho ivnd n puzzled expres-
sion hto.illiig into his ordinarily passive
IN Till! DAHK.
Shortly before 1 1 o'ulook on Sunday
night Inspector Briggs n tired in plain
ololhos set out from tho station and
vt ended his way towiud Felspar road.
Very few housed in the road exhibited
any lights ns the inspector turned tho
corner nnd tho pathways woro shorn of
pedestrians partly owing to tho driz-
zling niin nnd pttttly owing to tho fact
that Folspnr road wns a qniot nud very
early to bod rond on Snndny nifeht
A BulMlued ring of tho hnll dooilwU
brought Goringo to tho door Inspector
Briggs notwithstanding his big fr.iinu
almost slid through tho half open door
liko n shadow.
"Lot us got up stairs " snid Goringo
in u low voice. "I nut using tho front
ledrooni tho uian Stoinworth's room.
Tho blind is drawn up nud tho light
fiom tho stiiiet lamp finds its way into
tho room. "
"Well imrtuor" snid tho inspector
ns ho seated himself upon a chair in tho
bedroom "what's tho nows? Are wo
going to slime tho spoils tonight or nro
yon to tnko thu wholo burden of fuiluio
on your shoulders nnd confess you're
"Bofoio wo begin our buiiuoM prop-
er" snid Goringo Ignoring tho Inspect-
or's questions "I hnvo n tcportto uiiiko
to yon in yemr ollluinlonpaoity. I would
liavo gone round to tho station this
morning only thnt I decided it wits bout
for mo to liPep dark nnd I took tho lib-
erty of keeping my rejiort back until
"Boport of what?"
"An entry was mado hero somo timo
last night probably between tho hours
of 10 nnd J a o'clock possibly btor."
"I'how!" whistled tho inspector.
"What does this point to? Mean to say
any ono entered tho houo whilo you
wero in it?"
"Thnt is n mutter wo can discuss
Intor. I did not arrivo hero until mid-
night. Now.Briggu I am going througl
what may teem to you bit of tomfool-
ery. I'nt tliat last little burglary job out
of your liKad for the present mid I
think wo uiny safely start operations. I
am now going to try nnd domoiiBtrato
to yon how tho money was stolen. "
"Do you still think that tho not us nro
wnrm? But I siipposo I mustn't nsk
such u qnostiuii. "
"I lmvo no objection to answer you
though I am a little disturbed by this
last entry into tho house. I lmvo not
ehauged my mind tho notes nro still
in tho house. "
"All right. But do you think it is
bettor to search for thorn in the dark
than with tho aid of n light? My bulls-
oyo is at your service. "
"Thanks. Wo may retmira it laton
At present I prefer tho dark. Now will
you sent yourself in Mrs. D.ivorn's
room? I will remain hero for tho proff
"Do you want to bo lookud in?" naked
tho inspector with n suspicion of play-
fnlnom "Not just yet UocoUect I am wrl-
ous. I um going to stuko nil I'm worth
I menu my reputation on tho experi-
ment." "Ib this to bo i mini performance or
a drtx rohounjHl or what?"
"There has been no rohooraal Briggs
but lllppauey doesn't agree with yon
nor with me. I am in a very irritable
mood uow. Fray be serious. Now will
yon get down to the room which the
deud woman oocupied and sit thoro uu-
til I eoino to you with the door closed.
not locked? And don't spook to me
uguin until I spenk to j)u. "
"All right" mid Inspector Briggs
rising to his foot.
JIo ocnld nut holp feeling amused at;
tho notion of Goringo converting him-
self iuto a kind of thought reader but
ho olt tho detectivo was iu no humor
to bo played with. With noiseless stojia
ho passed oat On tho lauding descended
thu five stew mid entered tho room iu
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KnlChla of I lio Jllu'iilioi a.
I ho stato cuniinaiiUur writes us from
Lincoln Nob as foliowb: "Aftur try-
ing utliL'r iiieillciucs wliut heemctl to
bu a very obstinnto couifh in our two
two children wo tried lir Klnjj'r Now
Discovery unci tit tho end qf two clnys
tbi? cough t ntlroly loft tliuin. Wo will
not bo without it horcnflcr ns our ex
porlonco provus tlutt it euros whorp nil
othor rcinod'ffi full" HigncHl R W.
Storons Stnto Coin Why not (flvo
this grunt nirdicino :i trhil us It he
Kiuiran toed and tiiul bottles tiro fri'o
ut Scatoniun drugstore Ueguhir lae
60c and SI.
Do Vmi Want u I'lrnn Slnitof
C T. Vinson bai Iwr; idiop nour ucn
tier of Klret unci lliirrlhon. Claim
liuves the Is t hnir uutai eluiiu tow-
ols Skilled worUmoii Cull on Vin-
Kor wile ii wator motor lu fjooil con-
dltloii enti lm iiuruhnscd fur nlnutct
notlunir. Call nt Louder olllee. tf
Vitrrimla for Niin
II. U Cohen hua conn I y warruntfi of
all denominations for sale. IT
For Snln Two btorv biil'iltiiie niir-j
oral Htock tnoreliuiiilihe poit oil I cm iu
storo 18 uiltnri frtiin Cnlhrie. (tnc.nl lo-
entinn b()0 ncreH hind ohoap. Addroe
llargalu ciuu Lender.
The World's Fair Tests'
showed no baking powtlct
so pura or so great In. leav
enlng power as tho Royal.
Mrs. I V MclteynohlH has sold tho
Cnlhrlo Toll at Parlors to Mrs. .Stone
who will rurry on the bnniiioHs at tho
old bUitid 107 $ Weat Oklahoma avo-
ntio. Mrs. Mono will be ple.ueil to
reeeivo the pntrnuutjc of Mrs. MoUiy
mini ' eiiHtoniora. 7 81 1 w
IVciiiU Weill" Nolll'ii.
Tho boaul of liualth of tl.o olty of
liuthrlo huvo doelnrod nit weeds now
trrowin' In the olty to be Injurious to
tho public health and u pubtte nui-
sance. Now therefore notice l ImroVy
given to nil owner agpnU or ouu.
pants of ony lott or premUos in thu
oity to reinovo all weoda therefrom
within seven days from tho dale lid re. -of
or tlloy will bo iirrested and lltitid
ntMOrdlni? to on'lnanee 30 of aalil city.
Ily order nf thu board of htUh
lljttist tnla 3Ui dny ol .Inly A. I)
iwtti (J no M. DhOihipi
Notice is hereby given that Utibort
ti. Robertbnn has this day retlrcil from
the linn of Nix Ilalsoll &. Co. nnd the
UUkiiiesH will uo continue! unilcr tho
same firm name nud all debU oil en led
and liabilities at-Mimtid by toe remain
ing partnors in the firm
Nx. JUiu. it Co
Unthrle QUla. .Inly '.'7. Ift 7-t
First published in Thu Daily Leader
In tho. District Court of Logan eounty
I' A. Lerner plalntUT v. MatlLo Lor-
Tho above iiumed defendant Matlio
Lornor will tako notlco that she hus
been nied in the district court of Lu
(fan county. Oklahoma territory by
tho above named plaint! If I'. A Ler-
ner and that she must answer or otb
erwlne plead on or before the Uth day
of September 1BW. or petition of said
plaintiff wilt be taken aa true and
judgment rendered accordingly grant
ing an absolute decree of divoree and
costs of suit
Wltne&a my hand and the seal nf
said court at (luthrle this 3rd day of
August A. D Itiitt.
UkaiJ Lon E. Pitts
Twice - a - Wcck Edition.
10 "! ver wh"lamhlp 'HUrary 4e-
ptiriiuentl lut(tlt remalo tone
J.fXinKltlT1 mo tcet w
11 H- unit trip ticket ti Denver via
I.UI IUHIIH1 ni'ui . .... .......
si Fine Hreeih loadinf Khotnun ....
13.1 Hounil -rtii to Cotton atat
Kxi.os.iion. Atlanta. Ua . via Ia.
p. m. i n.j
t niin .. .... .. ......
r-i...M rilled tluntlnc Caiw Watch
8fc u .In rilled Hunting tJao Watofi
t -Cliliia (Jlnner Met
2 stianib.iBt trl.i
'."JI Uanifa home coarse Inatraetlou
in RSorlhni lift m. h .
S2-CHO- Fine tlpera (ileaee
M-7 clraphtr Aflaa of World . it W en
3 .-V.ll.l fliilil King
1R u Kami
XH- Hi mltiaton X
4u 4olid Lrold tin( in karat
4l-ltemlntion M Caliber hltle
ti Klve Ifollar clold Piece
41 7 Hubarrliitlen to North Amert-
i nil lti'vlew" y eaih 1
W '2-Oxford Teaehere Bible ti each
JJ 112-Collttoal and Ui-oraphtral Map
I nlted matea (11 iiTirn) th each. !
119 KM Ror.iV Table Hnoona . ...
Ill IU Bet Roger' Tea Kpoona it aa
l.'4-n fluid nfted Thimble ti earh..
11 hi-Kin I'mbrella M each
141 lit)--Miniature AUaa ami Oaaetteer
i World J1 U inth ..
147 .71 H A. CJ Coraet. $1 earh
17; -12 -Fine Knurailna; II eacb...... 1
J-u ''! TI' Ki'tn two dar treat Ji
I. tils 1 air. IWh. rt. 7 to II. J3B.
mi in pit-inliime II eh
r.-t-Fln Giirraln( it eacb
!.: ':. Ihillar I'ai kaae (Hd Coon
Siiioklns Tuba.io II eaih
rm Too one Bllier Ix.llar each
.niworll. - r who realde In remote mrta of the
him reoelve tiMiideome lrl we will give to
irn elope m bear noMmartr not
not later tbnn Keptember 14 tH
the tol- rj
la lo-Clraiihlc Alia World J7.B ea. M.ft)
11 olW cVld Itlna-. la karat 7.5)
.' Renilnalon I- tallber little.... 6
i Huh North Am RleW Mea. It M
Hold Watch Chnrrn. . .... . .... 100
19 3 Oxrord Teaiii-ra Bible IS aoh. K.M
I'l jH- ileo tTolllinl Map V. B Ta lt 04
' net iiokmb' Tai'le Bpoona 4
w-11 re! iioKPie tea aipiiona iv enott
w yrat uoin i oin
M :s-Oold-mied thimble eacb ... 30.00
-7S-rtne Cmhrella. earh. TM
79 t Mlntntiire Alia World ll.M ea S.7J
bi"- i me n.nKrninjr l eacu l
lOl-Ic & (1 Coreet tl each 10
106 Wl-Tliket m Ixjula Fair. ea. 100
l I "I
Knra Ine ... an aft
J.V. H6- 1'ktc Old Coon Totiaco II en 41.04)
!l xi-lm. Hljir Untlai en.'h ... U Vi
rilfia to be awariled for nnawera rcoetve.1
roei iat iinin in oe iriien uurina;
lurliia member II las IV xLiimT .
UUAJVl TOTAU Kl.MO.U.
First published in Oklahoma Leader
.litue '() I8D3.)
Notico for Ptililiontiou.
Laud OftH't) at Outlirle O T. Juno
Notice is hereby jrivon thai tae ft
louiiig immoil aailler htut filed notiec
of Ills in tonlion to make final proof in
support ot his claim nnd that kui)
proof will lie mado be for the tctflvi r
and reeelvor of P. S 1 tin f oili .it
Outlirle O. T on August iff i 1 1 m.
Ilirnui Taylor f r tho e hf of s w r
and w hf tf a r ip of sectmn t) in
township 111 north of range ; weit.
He uaiiies the folluiv ng mini' u
to prove liia conliiiiioii resiiit tie up
on anil eull'valinn of. sail l.iiol. i
Archibald tantley William II V .i
rU William S Hau'isey ling i II M-
Crary all of (Jullirie. O T.
Any person who de-iis t.i prulent
ngainsl tho allowance of such pr 1
or knows of uuy su'jHiaulial rea-ioti .n
dor the law ancl the regulations of the
Interior dopnritnei.t why smh prod
bhoiiiC tint bo allowed will bo g t"i
nil opportunity at the above mi ntl'itu il
tlm rtlnl plai'e to cross examine the
witnesses of said claimant and to
oft'or evidence In rebuttal 0111111 s-ib-tnlttocl
by claimant A N .1 ( rook
To tho Arkansas Lumber Company
(ititltriu Oklahoma and W. Htranss
Kl Donulo Arkauaaa aatl all other
Notleu ia hereby given thai the 1 r-
uelvers of the AUhlson Tope k a
SanUi Fe Itaiiroaxl eompauy will on
Sum relay. A'llWt 17. UU3 at tU depot
In the city of tiutlirie lotfan oouniy
Oklahoma territory at the hour of 10
o'uloclc u in. of said day. fcll to the
highest Udder for tassu in hand one
eiir load of lumber shipped Novemlu-r
.in lHlil from XI ilea Arkansas mu
slgntHl to Arkuiisaji Lmutu'r coiuiiai'V
Oiitlirje Oklahoma; receired by siid
recelvura at Independenee Kanv i
Doeomlmr 1.1. HIM. -and held atOuihu .
Oltlalnniia for delivery. Mince the 1Mb
day of December. IHHl
h'llld lumber will lie s dd to natisfv
oluirgM as follows:
Adriittee frelfht charges paid
eoiiliecliug oarrior $"l I'.'
I'ratiflit due recelveaa : s'.i
(lllloUillBIC I 'ill
Deinurrafre for 14 days at tl
a tiny 8 on
Tqlsj! 1. 13 .1
Hid properly will Ism sold mule i- the
provisions of Keetion 4.1S of the Oi-n-
oral MtaluUa of ls'.i of the Ternlc i
of Oklahoma U It. loci i.M t
Aont for roueivera of Atrliinni To-
tiolca A Mnnla Fe lUllisMsd eoinpanv at
iiutlirh' Oklahoma U tto
GET THE BEST
When you are about to buy a Sowing llacplaa
CIO nut bo deccivi J by allurlntf advert itmttiu
and be led to tuiulc you cuu Kt tba beat BUMia
fineat flnnbeU sod
for a roere song. 8x to it that
volt buy from reliaUa manu-
facturers tbat twvc Kaiucd a
rputation by boaeat anil q uare
dealing you w.ll thro get a
Sewing Machine tbat Is noted
tbe world over (or Its dura-
bility. You want the on that
ia eaict (t manage and is
There U none la the world tbat
can equal in mechanical con-
struction durability of working
parti fiocneas of finish beauty
In aiipearam-e or has as uuuty
improvements as tbe
It bas Automatic Tendon. Double Peed alike
on both sides vf needlv (fattuttJu no other bas
it N w bland t pattntJ). driving wheel biased
on ad piata bio centcre tb us reducing taction to
WHITE FPU CIRCULARS.
TIE KEW HOME SEWIKG MACHINE CO.
OUJa. Hus. Boro Kui. st t'moa Sueiax. M. Y
Cmoioo III. ht Luc u. Mo Hjj- tuu.
ron aaLC uv
Nolirr In Tnito Doiintiliniis.
In tli. .1 tri t .iiit h rs .In h ml
ilivMnt in inn t.ir tin i tnintv nf 1 o
gan (HxinlK ui.i irrrnorv
irk I. Ilmr vh Mf K I.alr
Tlic l-f. mliiil lake rrilioo that
on tho Mill 'la" t ' In. 3 ..-ut-ii
th houri of I i n m u i p m at
Xhe nfHic ot I II U-rri m Ut
count.) ( Mi i Ii - ii .indsliitf of Kan
tin- nloriiiiT nl in ii j .1 W
Inke thc tCKtiiiim oft N Nr.ii'l um)
I. an i a Millt'i u 1 1 in n in tins in t on.
with authoiiij u uiljoiirn from ilav to
fla . until sm )i ih pi.sit n- shall havt-
boon lafcnn. t i.xkk B. Haiii
0 todllw It rinlnliff
' N S. WUITK.
" -lilimAm. I). V
in !! ttiiiit
'nl I'ntoiit Law a
. NO II t irrTKNAI
(Ul I'FR M
1 a I I A
' .'ithpi kUhntia
; ' liitornallounl Loian ami
i iii ii iiKialoniia Avn op ti
s i . i '1
' in at I ttt
K i'i re it. Vict.-r I'uiHing
im!(l I. (iill
WilsllilltfitHl. i). ('.
Nn. 0i !' Mrci't' V
l-'ni tiuTl.v principal examiner pen.
KKAN'C . CltOSTllWAIT
mm k' st v. w
TLe Land Department
of inv oftlee la pondnrU'ct by the laic
clili-f of tho Oklahoma Towttslto and
content diriaiona. laolloii jour Uttai-
uoaa and iruaraotect aatlafael.lon.
Yetoiinary Surgeon Surgeon Dentist
S K. cor. Noble anil Fiml
PCblebeelrr'a tllb IKen.nnJ II rond
Vrsg frr IT. ft Alrt tff'i IMri i
'-.. Mrnu i Hc4 K. U'-irl MfUlt
111 4iii -wuh 1 in.- rl ' it lakf)
httntthiif imntft t.i M irMMirnJ4r.
htMif mr parteiiliri iHHtMMiMt tact
Mail. iitCM v-ihtoi.i. i. 7tr
lMlb.r K. . -...-. .. . I k M4..M1
wiMieiert'aemtvai 1 .aiM.-ffi haki
S. H. BATES V SON
ritk. WACKtt MUM
fuectas irs to Tucker )
I lie onli wngons in tonu aelluift
ivi II water. Walee riirin.lied 10 fam-
II'ihI barrel or bv week Remember
the place the wlmluiil well M'l
(iiiuit avenue In-t 1 11 il ft.
What Nerve Btrriu.s.
Iiavc done forotlicr
they "wilt d
is. I .t11(
M E N ie-i'ty Quicklv
and Parmanently Hettored. ao'
A )i(ivc' cine foi all WiMkmi.se
NnvouMit'w Debility aiitj all thcU
ti uuif evih resulting from early error
am.) Inter excesses the result of ov.-
rk. sickntM worry ftc. Develop-
jnJt;'v: 'one and strength to (lie sex-
lalonjaos. Stopj. tinnatunil lujses rn
.iUth cmibbioiis catmi by youthht
j ror or excessive use of tobaccoopitim
mJ liquor which lead tp coiisuinptioi
in.l insanity. Theim shows immedi-
He improvement. Insist upon having
lu Kenuine NERVE BERRIES no otiver
nvenisnt to cairy in vest pocket
f'na- J t. 00 per lx six boxes -mic fuL
u atment. ?5.oo. Guaranteed tocurj
my cae. if not kept by your drug-
I ist we will send tliem by mail upon
etfifu ui piicc 111 puui wrapper
"air.phlet fiee. Address mail orders o
aHCKICAN MKOICAL CO.. CMBM.NA.Tt. 6.
For sale iu iuilulu.OUUlMMua.bv V. ti
LI 1 1 In A Co.
Are just nn old old remedy
In this new shape.
Di ttur have always given
this prescription in water!
We nave tnem in this shape
simply for their h mdiness
KJPANS TAB'H.fa i n Ilk a
Rasioiergi luovar klbi aa
noWtffful marltlijary stilus
flttl aBiiQr lotifUallaa I
KJPANS TAB'H.fa t n Ilk aa
lb Dwajf ul uaru II 1 1" V.MI
TAEVLCa do (till fur TUU
ConttkMlfaMl. OttalnsM. Nausea
1vmfUi aad Mai.Nutrlllaa
all yMd to Uif-im Tafrulcaj.
At n Si.
i.ra Ul bf NaU (or M
tl Iff MaU (or MOM.
p ijiruiw St. aVm Turk
S.encils rals Ink 'acta
Manufactured by tho
Pierce Stamp and Seal Co
Kama City Mu
send f r pnet )'t
t V IBS 'J
aMPfc. vi . tii )
to . n vat' v ZJ
CITY SCAVENGER !
c per cubie foot.
Ml order nt throufrh tho postofllco
will receive prompt attention.
STILIiWATKR AND ORLANDO
TIMR TAB Li:
Leaves Orlando at a p. in. Arrives
at Stillwater at 5:30 p in.
Leaves S.i'lwater at 7:30 a. m. Ar-
rives t Oilando at 11 a. m.
Kearul lit. 0ly Regular Route to Ihe
I'Cjotl hot! 41 1 miModations at
I'Oth SttlUatci alnt 1 lo. Alsc
rikm! livery at Stiilwun-i
ME E Pi'0. Props
1 000000 People Wear
Wear U. I.. I)iumln ahot an.l amo riinii
?I.OO (i VI. 00 pair. All Mlr anl
lillli. 1 1. ' il- iiiiiv in Ivathrr hai lnrrraM the
liriee .if I it muk . I ut the nllly an.) wkT f
tl. I.. Ititliulnnalinra ri'lllllln tlir. aimir.
Irtkr iioititittiiiiii ti thainaiiiainltirlcluimiicJL
Mieul. . I. lluualiillH-kToJltt.tfViLy
210 OKLA AVE.
Oklahoma Loan Office
.1. Kcthrooil Trop.
Money o Icmn on VaU-lua Dlninonils
and nil articles of value.
UnrotJeemed Pledges For Sale
at u bargnln.
Okliiliimiu .Itmiiin GUTHRIE OK.
SI. Louis DM Of
r-ond rourotclar to
Aol lio will deliver Uie attiiu- at your
Willcii liiiip.lti. city Hull.
Guthrie to Chandler
Take Williamson's Stage Una.
Leaves (Jntlirie at 7 n. in.: aWva at
C'liaudU-r 1 ' in- (j iMis. K uj!
Maiea. ( irry I' s. mail ah.ji.Uiis
for passui.'.. ami Uaptjiii- r-hmiiii b
Irfl at ttif IjullirU Ujfiir Sinre 117
Kuiinl Hti i-l.
. M. MOFETRIDQE.
KSTA11LISIIED APRIL 1889
All ordnt (or baggage on outgoing
train thould be loft one
bou; b(ore the train
W Oklahoma Av
J( avfatt ami I r il Mark otnalnedaod H I'll
J. ii jtvi( j.teili r MootnATC rtts
OunornccisorpoiiTcU. s. PaTtNTOffict
4' 1 yftmtmam pautum ka ium tiua UwmS
'11 u He from vA.btuK:oo
S sod tnUI draw nr rr paKK with aWaciia J
u . yfi satvan m aint Mr ur sm itca 415
'Lfaar. Our l'at it 1. t 11 iMtrut u .iar.4.
A PAMWUT " H" ' l.iiu ricia." isMS
tcu u wunc ii th L. a. diil tucuga cwSiw
Jwut Irn. Ai'lo-. t
' Orr Pa tint Otricc. waSMiHsroN. D C.
Burrows' Stage Line.
Btst . .
Mue btilwcun Prrv and Iawnee. Stop
at Morrisou's for d Inner. Leave l'erry
every uiornliiK at 0 Pawnee at
sheawnedd $ onAmz
$5.00 Jr $3.00
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