The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 76, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 5, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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ni'lil'i in i m llall I 1 Victor
bin. U 1 nrnoi' 1 11st uiul Harrison. Vlslt-
111' ml. mini ul a. iv" welcome.
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i) K. MiiNT'inMnn llicuitlBr.
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i.iniil for Tun I)aii.
( m 1: by t .1 wui turn. otiaerver
Iii.i. il Miitm we ilher bureau:
li; host tc ti 1 p erifti 110 yesterdays OS
1 a oil TO.
I ml-1st for today: Kalr; anil
Uaiufalt .3U.luchcB. .
Medlo-I cut I oii4irf.
Nrn fu V-pt -I -The
Le'ul eongus uhch enlivened in
tins nl i tii'.l.ii Ii is utttiicWil n great
niiml it f '1 "ling scicnUstH lawyers
unJ phsi!i.uis nut only from this
Cuiiuti lint f uti Kurope. Theses-
Mulls of llio 1 iigu-s will bo held In
tin- I nitud Muii com t in tlio post-
olllce building It will ooiitiiiiui until
the night of .September 0 wliL'ii a ban-
quet will bo tourti red the vlhltois at
tlio moms of the I'resa olub by tho
Medico-Legal society of New York.
A I.qttrr About Moiicj.
Wasiiinotov Sept I. Secretary
Corll'le is ptepanng a letter to bo
read before the .Vbmika Democratic
convention wh eh will meet in Lin-
coln on Tlinrstlav Tho aeerotiiry
found himself mi 1 ile to neeept the in-
vitation sent Intn to bs present but
will express liii views upon tho
Itur ncos 111 tho letter. lix-lteproscnt-iiiive
M II. Hurler will address the
i. Jiniiil ion on the money tpiostian.
'I he piesldeot ban pardoned llhiford
l'ort'iii.in. iimvii'ti'il of us-nult with In-
tent tu bill in Hie iiidiau territory.
I'll KK'noiMK I.BAU UK.
lull for Tcrrllnrliil Coim-nllou In In. Ililil
itl Prrrv Ok.
A territorial co'iveiuion of tlio Kjee
H01111' l.cngiii' to tic composed (if nix
del gates from each organized county
1 In rcby fulli'it in meet at l'orry Ok..
1.11 Monday October i nt at 1:30
o'' lock p 111.
The objects of the mooting aro:
Inst -To formulate a memorial and
second -To ugree upon the bocl
ui.'t luiils '.o be used to obtain the legis-
lation ilcftiruli to wit The applieatlou
of the general homestead laws to all
tuc lands in Oiiluliomu.
Third To extent! our organization
to all parts of the ten ttory of Okla-
We leeouiuieiut tli.it eiicli county
hold a meeting to elect six tlolugatcH
tit 'lie county court homo ui 1:31)
.i 1 im'li p in oil Saturday September
Ai suili limn uuorguuUed counties
will proeced (lent to clugt periuaiiont
l.f jguc ollloers (men who are ener-
yrlw and pledged to lifcslBt lu its work)
1 In' . unity ioiivciiMou shall then
elect t.iv dcifg.iti'H to tho 'AirriUii'lal
K.iiiiiiliniiiuiil tlio county presltleiil
U.I.I secretary t-liall corlify feaiil e lec-
tion to the territorial priaideut and
m n tai -
The 1 uiin'y i.i aguo rouveiitions shall
be eo'ii posed of ttueo delegates from
1 u. Ii total Ic.ignc 111 .the county.
Ao county conventions iiro ootiiposml
niilv of tlelegiilt s from lou.il leagues
nc urge the itnuicdiale organization of
ewiv 1 oiiiiiiuiiity. Meet ul once and
f ct iiihcers tititl send us thel.' nameb
.tint inldrchNi's and we will M'lul con
I'tiili n foi .nliMitiiiii
'.: 1 y iiiuii and woman in Oklahoma
1 tint tiy liileiestcil in the k hoc ens of
the nmli Its importance to tho
1 hum liultlei i" Hie bimiura mini aid
t.. Ihe prufci'i 1 it v "f the territory can-
not le uven stiiiMied. Stiece s .iieaiih
On .tiiligof linllill'i lis of iloll.ir-. to
.iili 'elllfi' wliieh aggrctfiites mil liutie
in the terriloi V
therefore le' all HsMst in a united
rr jhiicil vll irt Toraiaii. winch wc
ilceiu Ihe niosi imnortaiit and tiem-
h i.il of un i mic tK'fore us
IIV urder nf tl. ' hoard of truMces
I mi' .1 Mm moN. IN e-
Auir -' tstt.i if
I're. Ildine I isiKU''
l'or the meeting nf the Vi e II him
League to '4' held at II ackiAcii OU
s.'ptmber lit lUtiy thn si inta I'V
Unuli- ill si II H.'kcts Ui Kll hue l-
at one and "He thinl fare for the i.niu.1
1 rip 'llekela 011 fcil Stiptc tuber 1.'.
ami 1. gO"d lo r.'lurti until September
J7 L 11 Dn amy. Ag-nk
Fjht Tn u nk7
1 . ui 1 1 u U11- limes W will ma tie
1 lir llll 1st "I a ).l . -!( 111UI aiuii.ilKti Wt
11 in .ulei - I 1 Ii i. t tety ni).ii'tiiulty
kiii.tniK wliil is i- bi.ihk im .net hat 1
1 in. I ttiliiHi' t t. i-.i-fft(r. T.int-j. nl
1. ui a itj w'nielit ttt iaIH s ail Ihr
Oklalioma Leadar and
... mull Juuart imii; f..r 1 s Tin
.jtii.' 'Ill mi r tar itiut- ut ImiIIi ml-
1 .11- Tilt- 1 ulQlllK iJIfltultill lil'.inKr-Hi.-m..s
ricltJiiK In vear You.au I
1 1.1 tu vtitti.Hit thr lullrst liil.iiUMtioi'
1 it 1 an Ik- hal f'ir kui h a Muall auiuum
.nr) Art ai nc TOrir i tin lu.n-
iiu .ist-m Knanatirr tlota iui-
1 1 until January lr. furtl 7S
YOU (UN OKT
. ui-iuk lltutlraUsl ImuI; nf OkUbue
. inline unr Of w Mtiarrttwr tu ID
Tin' OKInhom ' ntlcr
w.tti jt t.va I-" far s uiKcrint.
QTni i n m fflSSflfja
liuu Vou Work?
Aro yon a man who tvor'kB far a liv-
ing a man wliD gets up at 5 o'clock In
tfOmornlng and builda fires and then
goes otft in builds a house'? Arc you an
olliee hdlder or a jtldire a merchant
tnltor or a harbor? Are you In any
buhinofts that Is confining so that you
need outdoor exercise? Doii't you
know that you can aaveenough In doe
tor bills to purclmgo a Crescent bleyolo
in one M'nnon? Crescents soil for tn
..0 and S75. The only atrlrtly high
g ratio wheel at a tuodoruto price V.
II. Lllllo .feCa. Agonta
of a nlco head of hair just through
negligence. When your hair beglna to
fall out don't tie1oct it. hut get a 1 Kit-
tle of ilOffffB' hair renowor which will
stop its faliiiifr out and if turning
pray will restore Its natural color
rt r sale by Seaton.
Dim't HkiiiI Till!
UnleRB you wish to know that Hoggs'
diarrhea balsam is tho best mcdtoluo
on earth for sutnmdr complaint. Nover
failR. Cure's cvtrv llino. Kqually good
for children. Sold and warranted by
V. 11. Mtlte A Cff havo socurod the
afjenoy of the t'amtilur bicycle witli
the world renowned (1. & J. tire.
A. M. Ilalley a woll known rlti.f n
of Hiigene Ortg(iii wnya hl wife has
for yoars been troubled with chronic
illariliooa and ummI inniiv remedies
with little relief until hIib tried t hutn-
iK'rlaln'H Oollc Cholera and Diarrhnen
HiMiietly w'hlch has euretl her sound
and woll. (lve it a trial and yon will
lie surprised at tho prompt nli f it
alTords. Sfi and Ml cent bottles for sale
by R tt. lilllle . Co.
lllraol llrotht'rs load all others In
groceries and provisions. 'J'ry tliein.
Nntlcf In NiilnnrllMTit.
Subscrlberfi to Tlio Laailor who fall
to receive their papers promptly overy
morning will please report such fail-
ures to this olllce at once.
Hoggs' ltlood I'urlflor.
llogBs' Mood I'urlflor.
lteggs Mood l'lirlflor
for all diseases of the blood. A posi-
tive guarantee with every bottle.
Call for and bo mire you gvt Hoggs'
niul take no other. Sold by Seaton.
V. II. Killio fe Co. are breaking tho
reeortl soiling wheels. Do you know
why? Hceauae they have tho best
wheels tho crescent at popular
prices. Why pay 8K.0 for a wheal
when you can get ono as good an thero
Is made for 875?
Nollco for Pardon.
Territory of Oklahoma
To whom It may concorn: Notice Is
hereby given that an application will
be proflented Nov. 1 183ft to w'. 0.
Kcnftow governor of Oklahotiia terri-
tory for the pardon of Henry Nolls
convicted Oct. 13 ldDI in tho district
court of Logan county of grand lnr-
oony and sentenced Oct IS 18tM to bo
conllncd 111 tho territorial prison at
Landing Kansas for a period of four
years Hkkiiv Noi.i.s.
Colo Martin Attorney.
Khft Piilill'thiMl in tlin dally Leader Aug.
Notico J).v I'lildicnlinn.
In the District Court In and for Logan
Cora O. Hill I'lalntllf vs. George C. Hill.
Theabovo uauiiNl tlefendant (ieorge C.
Hill wl'l take notice that lie hns heeu
suo'i by tho phtliitlir CoraO. Hill. In tho
illHti'lct emu t of Logan county Oklahoma
and that he trust answer or olheiwUx
iileiul to he petition lilod tlmiehi on Imi-
forc the 7th day of October A. D JS'.Vi.
or said petition piaylng for a dl voire ami
the care cuctoly and control of their two
minor children will b.' heard ixpnrtc anil
JudgiaeDtiendoicd accordingly an piavisl.
(liven under my hand and the ieal of
this court this JOili tlay of August. 1811.7.
Loris K. l'riT8 Clerk.
Ily Ai.ritKiiS. DkWitt.
Deputy Dist Oletk.
Kirsl published In tlio Daily Leader
Aug 31 1SH5.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan county
us. In tho district court within and
for said county aud territory.
Sarah. I Itoblnbou. plainlitY vs. Na-
than Hobinsou defendant
Haiti defendant Nathan llobinson
will take notlco that lie has been atietl
in the above naiiuv court for a divorce
upon tho following grounds to wit:
First. l-'.trcuie cruelty by said de-
fendant to plaiutiif.
Second. Oross ucgluot of iluly by
said defendant to said plaiutiif uiul
that ho must answer the petition filed
therein by said plaintili' oil or before
the 11th day of October A I). IbliS or
said petition will be ta'on as true anil
judgment roudored for the plnliilUt'ln
said action for a douriui of absolute ill
voree and that she hold enjoy nut) he
ileclured to bo tho tihkoluU owner of
tli 11 following property to-w(t:
The no ir of sen. 'Hi In tp Ml north
or rangii 'i went of 1. M. ami nil house
holilgootls cooking utensils farming
imploiuenU. live block and other per-
sonal propei ty now in her ikmscssIoii
011 said above dusorlbud tract of laud
free from tho control or dictation nf
said defendant; and for such reason-
able alimony as to the court shall
seem just; and that she. be allow. h! the
care ami custody of the two children
born of tlm marriage of Raid plaintiff
and defendant. Attest:
sKAt. Louis K. Pitta.
Olurk of said court.
Kenton Jt Cottcrnl. Attys forp'lff
First piiblhiheil in the- (luthrlu
Leader .Inly 30 lh05
Not ifo liy I'lililirjiUon.
In the district lourt of Logan county.
(Ieorge llauseu plaintili. vs. Annie
Whereas the above named plain tl IT.
(ioorgo Hansen did 011 IhuSCth day of
Jul. A. 1). IHUft file his pollfion In
tlio tlistriel ooart of logan county. Ok-
lahoma territory together with hl
ntlldavit stating that he was unatile to
obtain personal service upon the do
defendant Annlo llnuscti lu salil ooun-
tv and territory.
Thornfori; said defoudaut Annie
Hansen will take notlee that she rnus'
appear und answer or otherwise plead
to tho petition of the plaintiff filed In
the olllce of the clerk of said court on
or before the 5th day of September. A.
D. 189S or said petition will betaken
as true and judgment rendered accord
lngly granting the kaltl plaiutiif an
absolute docree of divorce and sueh
other and further relief as to the
court may seem just and equitable to-
gether with a judgment for the oosu
In witness whereof I have .ier -unto
sot my hand and afllxed the seal of
said court at nir ofllee in Outlirle In
said county and territory llif 25th
day of .July A. I). 1895.
(bkai. Louis E. Pitts.
Clerk of paid District Cc irf.
Notice lor Pi
Lund 1 lllcc ut liuti
Notice Is ln'i h ji
lowing iianusl M'ttler h
his Intention to make
port of his ela.'n aud
will bo made beforo rei
er of l". S. land mln 1
011 Oct. 8 I sin 1 1
Nellie Mniliiisnn foi
In tvtp nl itof 1 'Ml
She nitnii the lollov
lirove In r 1 iiiilinuoiis r
ciiltH in iuii ot. iiilii Inn
1 it i()ll.
ik Ati 'M
tiii 1 In' tnl-
li'i I 1 ullco of
111 pltMlf InKitp-
hsi s.Utl proof
t 1 niul r"elv
1' Mmlirli-. Ok .
l'cter lti.is AIImti . l en -ham l'Jd-
gai .1 I iide.'.ool and ila II Mitch-
ell all 1 f tiiiihile. Okh Iioihh
Any person who psiii s to prnwwt
against the allowance ot u. 11 proof or
who kni.s of tin y ( hstimtuil leaMill
under the law and rgoi i lions of '.ho Inte-
rior departltient why such proof should
not he allowed will bo iriven jn opiKirtU-
nlt at the hbove nienioii'il lime and
place to cross-examine the w Itnesses of
"aid claimant and to offer cn Idnnee In ra-
htitta' of that submitted liy clsltnstjt.
And notice Is herehv specially given
to ' M. Llklns who Is a contestant for
A. N. .1. Chook. lleglster
1 11" t published in the Uuthrlc Daily
Leader Aug. is
In the distiict court .if Logan county
Itohert L. Nelson plaintiff ts Iviiiiiq
It. Nelson defendiiMt
Whereas the plaintiff Robert L
Nelson filed his petition in the Above
mined court on the 17th day of Au-
gust. ISII. together with his allhlavlt
that the defendant is a non-resident
of this territory aud that he is unable
to secure personal service upon her
Therefore the defendant Kmiun 11
Nelson will lake notice that she must
uppear aud answer or olherw bo plead
to said petition on or before the 1st
day of October lMn or judgment will
lie rendered again"-! her by default
granting to sa!d plaintiff' an absolute
decree of divorce
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand anil affixed the seal of
said court at lluthrie county nml ter
ritory aforesaid this the 17th day of
(eKAi.) Iioi'i R 1'irrs
Clerk of tho district court.
Iloverly It. Crawford attorney for
ptl llslus) In the Outlirle
Lemlor.nily 83 1805.
In tho distiict court of Logon county
'Catherine Slreblu plaintiff
John A. Sampsel Lydla U. Bainptel
J. C. Mltcholson C. A. Hubbard 11 &1.
Suyder J. R W Doapke & Co . Carey
Lombard Luinbtr Company Ctipltol
Natinnul Hank and Joseph J. Helm de-
fendant. Whereas the above-named Katit-
orluo Streblo on the tlth day of .lime
1306 II led her petition in the district
conrlof Logan county Oklahoma ter-
ritory against the above 11 lined de-
fendants John A. Sampsel and Lydla
II Sumpsol demanding judgment
against the said defendants for tlio
sum of Sill l and interest and that a
certain mortgage given on lot W in
block nu lluthrie proper Logan
sounty Oklahoma territory bo fore-
closed and said property lie sold for
the satisfaction of plaiutilTsS claim
and costs of suit and
Whereas on tho 23d day of July
1305 said plaintili' II led her amended
petition making tho following named
parties defendants to-w-it: J. C. Mitoh-
olsnn C A. Hubbard It M. Snyder J.
R W. Doeplto & Co tlio Curoy Lom-
bard Lumber Company Capitol Na-
tional Hank and Joseph J. lluitu al-
leging that said last named defend
ants claim or haro Hens and Incum-
brances on said lot 0 In block 50 (itith
rlo proper Logan county Oklahoma
territory and filed her allldavtt that
she was unable to obtain personal ser-
vice in Lorftm county Oklahoma terri-
tory upon the defendants J C Miteli-
elson V.. A. Hubbard It. M Snyder J.
R W. Doepke .t Co and Joseph J.
Therefore tho last abovo named de-
fendants will take notice that they
must appear and answer or olhsrwiso
plead to the petition and amended pe-
tition filed us aforesaid by the said
plaintiff Kalhrine Streblo in the dis-
trict court oi Logan comity Okla-
homa turrltory on or before the 4th
day of Septotnber. 1805 or judgment
will be takon against them foreclos-
ing the mortgage on said above de-
scribed property and forever barring
them and each of thorn from any
right title claim interest lien or
equity of redemption In or to said
uIkjvo described reul estate aud for
costs of suit.
In witness whereof l have hereunto
not my hand and alllxed the seal nf
said court at (lUthrle In said county
and territory on this the S3d dn; of
July. 1805. Louis 15. Pi rot
f Seal I Clerk of the District iVurt
P. O. CtMlily. attorney for pkliitilV.
First published by tlio Daily Leader
in the district court lor Logan county
Albert Shulte pla'nlirf. vs. A. Illrsch
anil S. Ilirxcli partners doing busi-
ness in the Hrm name of S Ilirse'n Jk
The shove named defendants are
hereby notified that they have been
sued in said court by the above named
plaintili' for the conversion of a stock
of tnar'haiidUc consisting of wluea
liquors cigars saloon furnishings and
fixtures aald plaiutiif praying fur
judgment for the damaires occasioned
thereby in the sum of l.-ir. and coats
of suit and th it said defendants must
answer the petition llleil bv the plain
tllfs 011 or 1 efo-e the .''.tli d.i of Sep
lumber. A. D I si' or suid tvllilon
will lie taken as trim mi! jnilu men'
111 witness whereof I I
my hand aud seal' of tli-
t?th dav of August lit'.)."!
Iskai.I Lot is I'
Clerk District Con
A air aril
jNoflro lor Publication.
Land office at Outlirle O. T Auk J.
Notlee is hereby given that the following-named
settler lias llltsl notlee of lib
Intention to make 'Inul proof lu support of
hU claim and that said proof will be
made before tlie leglster ami receiver at
Guthrie. O. T . on Sept . isu'i. vu
Ahaz N. J. I rook for th e ijr. sc 10
ip Hi u r 3 w.
lie name the folloaiug witnesses ui
prole his coutinuous reeioence upon and
eultlvatlou of said laud vu:
U.sirget Holt. John II ItUluip Solo-
laon Fialer. ISeuJamin It llrumage ai!
or Guthrie. Ok
Any person lii ! iies u prolesi
against the ullov.diice of klich liroof nl
Miio knows f an) Min-iiiiiiiaf leuson
UUdrr On' l.tw ttliil th' leiflllttlions of the
llllertor 11. pat mi' ut hy such proof
llOllkl not l' alloU'il v. 1 ) I I m ((iieii an
uptierUinit) at k .-1. . iiwiiUoih-I turn
aittt pluee to emus . t.tiii in the Milnesidv
qf suld elaiinanu uml t. ifb 1 vni. n .. in
rebuttal of lliatsiihuillteil by clulmsnt.
It. U. I'm: Sihh-UI Agent
of the Ijeiieral Land
PlrfO I'nlllUhwl In
iv 11 n in setflP
Pit is r
1 Ofll.e and tina
1 2d3l IU'gi-ter
THE LEAUTO GUTHBIE
First published In Tho Dally Leader
L'iiM trillion Nollco.
In the District Court Of Logan count-
I' A. Lorner pfaliitllt vs. Mattte 'er-
The; above uanieil tlofendani Matlc
licruor will taku nollco that she has
been sued In tho district court of '.
gan county. Oklahoma territory by
the Above named plaintiff U A ljur
ner and that she lliusl atmser u Jth-
erivtse plead on or bdforO the 11th da
of Septeinlier 1808 or petition of said
plain tin" will be taken ns true and
judgment rotiderotl uaoordlngly grant-
'tig an alwoline lureo nf divorce and
nttila of IU
Witness -ny htititl ami the seal nf
said court ut Ottthrlo this 3rd day of
August A. D. 19M.
skai Louts R. Pitts
first I'liblishod hi tho Dally Lun'er Aug
Terillory of OVIuhomn Logan fuiintv.
In the District Court.
Moses Pearson vs. Mary IVaimin.
The alMive tianietl ilBfitlithint. Murv
Pearson w illtake u jtlce that she has been
sued In the illstilctoonrtlof Logan ctmnty
terrltotv 01 owialionia liy the piallitllt
Moses Pnarson. In tut action for tllvrire
terrltotv of Oklahoma Ii
and that she must
nunotir anil fitmwisr
the petltftm which has been met! In said
court on or before tho 8th day of Ocio-
I er. law nml that If she does not appear
and iinnwe. said pntitlon. It will ho taken
as true and a judgiiu'iit t.tken iitftilnst
liei illvorelng tint plni'itllf fi 1111 her and
dissolving the boti s 'f uuitt inuiiiy 'je-
iween the plalnlllT ami the tlefeinlant
anil for costs of snlt.
Witness my hand and the seal of s Id
conn at my nflice In Outlirle In said
county and fi ritory thlsaith tlay f Au-
gust law. LoutH K. Puts
Ink.M.J Cleik of Said Comt.
published tu Daily
Notice for nl)liciition.
In the District Court of Logan county
Clark Ii Hair plaintiff: against
Mary 15. Hair ilcfoiulaiiL
1 he nlmve named defendant Mury
K. Hair will take notice that she hat
been sued lu the district court of Lo
gati county Oklahoma by the above
named plaiutiif Clark 1-2 Mair ami
unless she appear and answer or other-
wise plead on or before the 2nd day
of October. A. D 180.1. tho petition of
tho said plaintiff filed tu the olllce of
the clerk of said court will be
taken as true and judgment rendered
aceortliugly dissolving tho bonds of
matrimony now and hcretoforo exist-
ing between the said plaintiff and tit"
Witness my hand ami the seal of
said court at Guthrie In said county
noil territory tins lum day or August
A. I). 1805
t published In the Guthrie
Leader Aug.2. 1805.
Notice of publication.
In the district court of Logan county
Henry J. Mitchell plaintiff
Letilia Maria Miteholt defendant.
Whereas tlio above named plaintiff
Henry J. Mitchell filed his petition lu
tno district court of Logan county
Oklalioma territory on the 1st day of
August. A D ls03 praying for a tic-
'.reo of divorce from the defendant
Letitla Maria Mttohcll.
Therefore the defendant Letitla
Maria Mltohell will take notice that
she must appear aud answer or other-
wise plead to said petition on or before
the 13th day of September A. D lMI.'i
or judgment will be takon against her
by default In favor of said plaintiff for
nu absolute decree of divorce.
In witness whoreof 1 have hereunto
set my hand and nil! sod tho sual of
said court at my olllce in lluthrie in
said county and territory this the 1st
day of August A. D lbOB.
miiiis !;. I'iri.H
Clork District Court.
Cunpage attorney for plain-
I Seal I
First publUriiod lu tho Guthrie. Dully
Loader Aug. I 1805.
Territory of Oklahoma County of Lo-
gan. In tho district court in and for halt!
county untl territory.
Grace Itowliintl plaintili' vs. Martinis
O. Uuwland defendant
Tlio saltl defendant Marquis O.
Rowland will take nollco thai he has
benu sued In the district court of Lo
gun county Oklalioma territory by
the above named plaintiff Grace Row
land tu an action for divorce and that
ho must uppeur und answer tho peti-
tion filed in said cuiikf In this court
on or before tho Nth tlay of Sept
IbOS or said petition will be taken as
true and a judgment rendored for tho
plulntHT and against him in said action
granting to said plaiutiif an absolute
divorce and for costs jf suit.
Dstud this 3rd day of August IHOfi.
ikai.J Attest: Louis Ii PrrtH
ritsrk of the district court of Logan
county. O T
Herod Widmer A Overstrept attor-
neys for plain tiff dlwl
First published lu the Da.ly Leader
SlIIIIIIIOIIS ll.V PllllliCilUoil.
In the dislrlet court of Lojfnil rniinly.
Oklahoma territory I
Alexander II. I'.raiui plniiitUT r.
Marv M. Hraun defeiulant
'i'o Mary limit 11 defemUilt lib.)V
You aro hereby iiutifleil that you
have been sued for divnrue by suhl
plaintiff in ihe distrut court of lian
11 ty. Oklahoma territory. Haiti
aiutifT Hied his petition in anhl eourl
111 August "is IS'i'i. and unlit you
answer said (Hilillun on or before Ihe
Pith iliiy or October. I sua. sal. I petition
will be taken as true ami Judgment
divorcing the plaiutiif from you will
be rendered as therein prayed for.
Al.KXANDKK II. HlIAUV.
Attest: Louis IS Pitts Plaintiff.
C'erk DWtriel OourL
publlsbed lu tlte Dally
August 'A it.
Nolico for Publication.
Laud Oltlce at Guthrie. 0. T. Aug
NoUee is liereby given that tho follow-
ing named settler has iileti notlee of her
intention to make final proof
u support of her claim and that said
proof will be made before the register and
receiver of the l.'nlusl Suites laiitloltlceat
tiuthrie O. T . on Oct. 7 W05 VU:
Jennie Jackson for lot 4 and tho w hf
of tlie tear of the teiirof m M In twp
17 a of r 3 v..
He nanusi the following wltuosxes lo
prove liU continuous rusldeuea uxm and
cultivation of sakl laud viz:
Alf ed Moore Thomas A. Corjptt Kol-
ouiou l-''u er and Mary J. Hllver of
Guthrie O. T
A N J t hook. Itegister.
Anyone who Is suffering froineonstl
palion or Intliirosllnii would do well
to try lipggs' little giant pills. They
give porfeet satisfaction. Sold by your
popular druggist Hualoii
KIi-si imbllihcil In the Dall) Lender A uu
27. I MIA
Tenllory of Oklahouui. (' itintj of Lo
l'tilil c notice Is heleby given that the
board of county romialiMloiiirs of said
county duly a simihli'd and convened on
the 2lst day of August. IMU5 having 1111
tier cniiHhhirarlon the f j ding of the in
1 1 till ted 11 ess of said county dill oitlei -1 1 ut
illlecl I hat the fmiillnu Isindsof said
count ' running hi eilos maturing ft out
lvtimty-0110 to thirty years icspfctlwly
sh mid he l-sui'tl In p'lvini'iit of the t'.it-
staudlng lugrl wan ant liulimt. t"i.ns of
said county ascm tallied to aggiogato the
sum of l''orty Tliiiinaiul Dollats the forin
ileiiotnlualioii and of the tiirius as fully
slated In tho 01 del' of the hoard of coun-
ty I'oiiim sslminm 011 the rntuiril lu theof-
llco of the cot uty chirk ami that the
board of county ciiunulsshiuers will ap-
pear ls'foio the hnnorahhi district cnuit
of the said county of L ignii. In the tenl-
lory of Oklahoma ut the com t mom of
district eo rt lu the city of Gtithii in
said county on the elewntli day of Sep
tember iwi.i. at the I10111 ot Id o clock a.
in .011 sblildav. l nn and there to maki
ushnwlmt anil ask the court lo hear and
determine the amount of the outstauiltuu
wuiiautiiiiieiiietiiies ot saiiieotiuty niul to
slfil the him Is to he iMtied 111 payment of
the saine to the amount of Kotty Thou-
sand Dollars and all pfisohs InUTe tea)
are hereby uiillllnd tliatilii-y may be pres-
ent at the lime such pioofU made. As-
sueseil ululutloii of sail Iigau couutv
for tlio year I hOfi for taxallou for terri-
torial ii'id conniv purHHH'S fin the i ear
IHIrt ablegates t'JU ."W.c.
S. P. A niKtno
Clialnntili Hoard of to ( 'oiiunl-sloini -H
ski.' County Clerk.
Oklahoma Loan Olllce
.1. Itcilwooil Prop.
Money to loan on Watches Diaini.udf
and all article of value.
Unredeemed Pledges For Sale
at a tiargaii'.
1 IU Wrai
.e GUTHRIE OK.
Olllcs 0pilte VUy llall
STILLWATER AND ORLANDO
Leaves Orlando at a p. m. Arri u
at Stillwater at 5:30 p tn.
Leaves Stillwater at 7:30 a. in. Ar-
rives a Orlando at 1 1 a. m.
Nearest ni Only Regular Route to the
Good hotel accommodations at
both Stillwater and Orlando. Alsc
good livery at Stillwater.
ME ER BROS. Props
We operate our
policy of' f".
and ah Ii"
ever. ' r
or : 1 .''.
te ufecsa I.
a1 ' .r mi the
en.ihh d lu
li . ..!' .u
It p i.. to
you t !
win r . I
us because we
honest system of values and "in personal
guarantee that our goods are just as repre-
sented or your money freely returned to you.
Our fall stock is just commencing lo come
ie. We invite you to come and sec us if you
want anything in the clothing line. You will
find the newest things and the prices are the
lowest. If you are interested in low prices
for good clothing come and see us.
ee Hive Clothing House
Veterinary Surgeon Surgeon Dentist.
S K. cur Noble and First
Pt'hlrlir.lrr'. Oicll.h llUnund llranif.
w J .C"V aur aJmae. rrltahl llDlta &tk
nuMtJkr-d ! ltal aort MM tMtftUtoX
Dtuavtek (of ifAffer JBhiWMII fi
'iMtsra twsM wtllt blur rtbhm TALri
dlhrrv iiiii nwf v
(Ji Inner A C McMillan
'JrlMiirr - McMillan
Niiei'e.siirs In I. Olirlurn
lip to dull!
anil Piipcr Hangers.
Sign work done 011 short notice
Shop oriscn'n old Miami 1 3S- N 1st
street We solicit first class work
CITY SCAVENGER !
sc per cubic foul.
All orders sent through the poMollii 1
will receive prompt attention
KKANK It. CKOSTIIWAITK
IUKO V. hi. N. W..
Tne Laai DanartBieut
of tnv ofttoe Is conduevml by the Iuti
cniiii or the UHiaiiouia jowiisiu aim
contest divisions. 1 solid I your Imini
iioms am' guarantee satisfaciiou
Arc just an old old remedy
In this new shape.
Doctors have always given
this prescription in water!
We have them in this shape
simply for their handinots.
H1PAN8 T.IWM.RS mn Ilk an
Kfintnwolmf er Ul W uJ
towrrtsl nuMitBtfr (ll( s
little siMuiry lurlwun tn
INs nowUtll purtti It I ! B
TACITUS du tblt tat YOU
--:. . .. . k. . ... -
Iyrpia ana piti-nutritioa
)yrpl" ana piti-nutriti
ail ylcm to Kipant laoum.
At Mi Wwn or nt Lr MU tut M OnU.
Kiru t'BMiR'AMVfc. Iltvrttwkt w Vutk
Htenclls Koala Ink Pads
Mauurafllurcil tJ the
Pierce Stamp and Seal Co..
i;uu Clly Mo
Send for price list.
i VJVA ltugl-( (or t )t After Knplfh IHm V
Tri s Vffi'"
rs. - 'atar.xwQi.ra mt mwi wiiw wiur rimwa mar tr
I ( Jr S MAUiH w .wririllia I-.1IMMIM. an I
V 1.1 llflUr Tiir l.llr."ltiS" k)i rrturil
Moll iii.iiuu r -iii.i. . rrn
s -l'll.lit.trrC lirinli'wHV.lltt.tl.wnHqMit
S4l-t lUUatl Maobl. l'SIIil. fm.
store on a determined
di-.dinjr hacked hy resources
iviips that we give our
0 ! t "f the lowest prices
i it -laughter any goods
icuiai line and sUin vou
We huy closely
Klurers in this coun-
sell on the lowest
iuk-iul lo merit your
trade w 't.h Us
; ed at
v hat vou ; '
1 wet 1h.n1
v to lue
1 you on a
and First st.
Guthrie to Chandler
Take Williamson's Stage line
Loaves Guthrie at 7 a. tu ; arrives at
Chandler 1:50 p 111 Good roads; good
stages. Carry U. S. mall. All orders
for passage ami baggage should be
left ut the Guthrie Cigar M.ui 117
G. M. MCFETRIDGE.
Transfer Trunk Line
ESTABLISHED APRIL j 1880
All ortleis (or baggage on outgoing
trains tliouli) be left one
hour before the train
W Oklahoma Av
CavtaiLaml 'Ira-i.- Ma. k-nf m J anil all Va
'fnilititiiit I tl MoornATC Feta
OuROrnccisoprosur U S PAHNtOrriccJ
0ttni weunx uie isii'iit jil ksk tlwi litu lakOS
FCtlVlIt! I HI Vttti llgl' l 0
riHi i' ' i' '. tlirtnirf or vhi.to Uith uMftJ
We .!i-f 1 1 t-i.i i It 1 r ii t )i . I J
thir I c imfI !u( till w.itfiit r '0 j
M. Piuiui It
l.-W I i Ot tjni l'i'ti i Ii
tamL of tuut in 'ie M
S und (ufin t uutt C
'rnl .rr. At! i w
Line between I'crrv and Pawnee St p
at Morrihou'h for dinni r Ia'svc '. rry
every luor.nntr at b l'awne '
SAVES YOUR LINEN!
Hand Wort the Best
Tiy I lip Troy Hand Lonnilry
1 1 1 K. Springer
H. B. FRIERSON
FOU A OOOU
Clmli. Ar East ! MtklM St
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 76, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 5, 1895, newspaper, September 5, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73425/m1/3/: accessed January 25, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.