The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 101, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 3, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEA UKR. GUl'HItlE OKLAHOMA.
lltlLKUAU TIM! T VIltK.
N i. Chicago Kiprcss 5:i?am-
o hus.Mo. KlvprliroM 6:oap.nt.
No 4..'! Way Freight V.ooa m
No. 4a" Texas Express ..10i30p. m.
No. 4U7 Oklahoma Kxprcss.. .12:30 p. ui
No. 423 Way Freight ....1:00 p.m.
Passengers should procuro ticket beforo
getting on tho train.
Clioclttiv Oklahoma mid 4 1 ill f It. It
Sunday Mftll and Kxp.os . . ..tJiOO a. m.
Kxpress. ... . U4Q p. in.
Mall and Accommodation 8:20 a.m.
I ST JIOUNI).
Mmdny Mall and llxpress... 18:o."i p. m.
HxpinK 7:53 ji m.
Mall and Accommodation 13:15 a.m.
lUTiiiun lodoh no. a i. o. o. f.
Meets -Monday night or each weoK
at 7:10. YWlilug Odd Follows aro
aU.i welcome. .1. Foucaut N (I.
Fitvvcts A. Mkykitk Sec'y.
1.1'TIIltIB LODOK NO. 1 A. 0. U.
V.. meets Thursday evenings of
week at7:30 p. m Hnll In
block. miner Flrtt and Haiilson.
ng Wuiku on always welcome.
t'.C. lloi.I.A.Nn M.W.
O 11. MnxiaoMKiiY Kecoidcr.
OlTTIIKir. LODOK N0 S
A l" ii A M llecularmect
lng third Tiu-Mlaj evening
in each montli at 8 o'clock
All liretliron cordially In-
llrl to attend
11 T AltUKttY Sec
I I) TODD. W M
DAILY WBATIIUU FOIIECAST.
Special report for Tub Daily
Lkaiikii by Y. J. Walters observer
United States weather bureau:
Highest temperature yesterday: 07
Forecast for today: Fair and
Halnfall .00 inches.
A RIVER AS A SEWER.
1'olliitlou of the MUsllpnl lllsctused l)
the 1'nbllc llonlth Aorltlon.
DhNMit Col. Oct. 2. Tho twenty-
Ground iiununl meeting of the Ameri-
can Public Health association began
in I his uity yesterday with an at-
tendance of about 100 delegates. I)r
Tosiali Hartsell of Canton Ohio read
u paper ou "The' Mississippi Itlver as a
bower" In which ht took strong
ground against tho pollution
of that stream with sewage.
He scored Chicago severely for
emptying the bowage into the Chi-
cago river. Dr. Hnrtrcll said 201000
tons of garbage nnd 4000 dead ani-
mals suffering from glanders tuber-
culosis eta had been thrown in tho
M'.ssissidpl liver in one ycur by four
eitiev Tho Mississippi drained 800-
iioo.nou acres tho pollution of ull grad-
ually drh ing into the noble stream
"i'he government should put a stop
to the pollution of its streams" said
Dr. Ilartzoll "but tho averago poli-
tician is not a Hanltailun. Kvery other
nation bus Its national board of health
uud it is high tlmo that our govern-
inedt followed this example."
THE MOB WAS DISSUADED.
Two Attempt to Hang 'William Djrcr
Oii-rrnmo by Kluill) Interposition.
StDAUA Mo. Oct. 2. A mob of 150
young men assembled near Oeorgc-
tow a Sunday night to lynch William
Dyer who murdered Thomas Walker
beta Saturday night. The mother of
WulUer ssnt n messenger to the
mob who implored the men in
her behalf to allow tho law to
take Its course and tlio vigilantes dls-
Landed. Lust night citizens of Dres-
den llugbuvllle nnd Hcnth's Creole
useinbled near Thornlcigh and pro-
posed to haug Dyer and his mistress
when another relative of tho murdered
mull interposed and begged that there
he no lynching. Ddputy Sheriff Knm-
tcy uus informed of the movements
of the mobs nnd ho took Dyer to tho
Clinton jail ror safe keeping. In con-
tc(uence of the incitement tho pre-
liminary examination was postponed
for ten dayH.
FATHER WAGNER TALKS.
a'liv Muuil Melilol Cuo a l)flii-I.ald I'lot
to Hull Him He guys.
Ht. Josr.i'it Mo. Oct. 1'. Father
Doininlck Wagner when llrst arrested
w.'rlstently refused to be Interviewed.
It wut. not until ho had exhausted all
efforts to secure ball and wat. finally
locked up in jail that he would unseal
his lips. IIo denied utterly any crim-
inal intimacy with Aland Kteldel and
said that her confession as made In
A. j.ieigo wus false in every particular
tc4 was part of a deep-laid plot to ruin
jilm lie positively denied that he had
H brother-in-law numed Klbert Klandt
in t h'eago mid claimed that he never
jieard of any such person. He ad-
mitted that -he had two brothers-in-
1 but ehiimed that he did not know
titt cither of them were located.
Further tlinii this he refused to talk
'liter it preat excitement here iu
i'ubllc rebt Statement.
AVABinsOTitff Oct. 2. The monthly
statcmont of the public debt shows
the public" debt September 30 less
cash lu'therHieasury to have been
S'jUoSO03i3 an Increase for tho month
of SI.&Jl.OST. " 'C310
Tho General Christian Missionary
Convention Oct. 11th to Wth. (he
Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposi-
tion Oct. IQth to Nov. 4th; the Cor-
lielt Fitzsimmons entertainment Oct.
a 1st For tho above occasions the
Hanta Fe route will sell excursion
tickets o Dalian Texas October 10th
to 3st Inclusive atone lowest stand-
ard llr&.-olash faro for the round trip
jliiiited to cor.linuoun parage in each
4Ui'Cllon. good vl retur-i until Vov
;Oli. JSU5. u. It. IjKLAxSKV
For tha Oklahoma State Fair. Guth-
rie Octobe to It CAR. and Mill
tary Hncamomcnt Guthrie October 8
to is. tho Santo-F route wiM 6e'l ex
ehqln f roiu points in Oklo-
jlid n Territory and Wich
rado.iIJureka. Fredonia. Klk
Cixy and Intennedlalca at one fare for
)be round trip. Tickets on sale uoin-
twF 7 to 12 good for return until the
13 -L. It Delaney Agent.
I -' -i-
'ijkcia$i t ?fters Jest found
fMr4fipX-bjHM in raanllla and cloth
torsale at Kola's 1)001? store. Th
fw sitfa tte wqUAttt re wjHt4
la ha ed kjr Imu&cm la all paUle
ehooU. Approved by 8upeUUnlit
ThB IMtcoTcrj HhtciI Ills Life
r Mr. CI. Callloultc druggltt llcaycrs-
vlllo 11L says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owo my life. Was Utfen
with la grippo and tried nil tho phy-
sicians for miles about but of no avail
and was given tip and told that 1 could
not live. Having Dr. King's Now
Discovery in my store I sent for a bot
tic and begnn its uso and from tho
first dose began to got better and af-
ter using Uircc bottles was up and out
again. It Is worth Its weight In gold.
Wo won't keop storo or house without
It." (let n free trial at Seatonlan drug
Cool and pleasant furnished rooms
with or without board. Mrs Newton
224 Vilas ave.
Itntei to .St. LonU Fair.
For tho St. Louis fair to be held at
St. Louis OeU 7 to 12 the Santa Fe
route will Bell tiekcts at rate of one
fnre for round trip. Tickets on sale
Oct. n to 11 inclusive; final limit Oct.
For tho meeting Congress American-
cstos Mexico City Mexico October 16
to 20 1S0S the Santa Fc route will
sell excursion tickets to Mexico City at
one lowest first-class fare for the
round trip. Tickets on sale October
7 to JO inclusive good to return 30
nays from date of sale. L. K. Delancy
Flrt publ'shcd In the Dally Leader Sop-teir-licr
Notice for Publication.
Land Ofllce at Guthrie Ok. Ter. Sept. 12
Notice Is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named settler has lllcd noltcu of hN
Intention toniako dual pi oof In support of
hi chilin and that jaid proof w III be made
before the register and lecelver at Guth-
rie Oklahoma on October 25 1S'J:
Llljah V. Freeman for the .o nr of ec
12. In tp l.'i nor r3 w.
Ho names the following witnesses to
pinvo his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
Georgo W. Cooper. William II. Shofer.
William Stewart Kino O'Connor all of
Ssward O. T.
A. N J. Ciiook
First published In the Dally Leapor Sep-
Land Oflkc at Guthrlo 0
Notice Is hereby given that tho follow-
ing named settler has lllcd notice of his
Intention to mako final pioof In support
of hi claim and that said proof will be
mado before the leglster anil receiver at
Guthrie. O T. on October 20 1801 viz:
William Wells for lots 3 and 4 and s lif
nw ijr of .sec 2 in tp lfi u of r 1 w.
Ho names tiio following witnesses to
ptONohls continuous lesUloncu upon and
cultivation of said laud vl:
Kdgar M. Klnehait William . I. Illno-
litfit. Acn S. Ulneliart nil of lleiilah O
T.; William .1. Waltcis of Guthile. O. T.
A N. J. Ciiook Ilcglstor
First published In the Dally Leader
Sept. 14 1805.
Notice tor publication.
In the district court within and for
Logan county Oklahoma territory
Charles W. Uaiibom plaintiff vs. Ma-
ry G Jones. John A. Smith Joseph W.
Miller and llarvey L MeKcnnon Chan-
dler McKcnnon and Fannie It. MeKcn-
non as heirs of Francis U. McKcnnon;
and Samuel Murphy and Harry l'cuto-
cost administrators of said McKcnnon
Said defendants Uarvcy L. McKcn-
non Chandler McKcnnon and Fannie
It. McKsnnou heirs of Francis K. Me-
Kennon will take notice that they
have been sued in the above named
court to mlct tho title of the real es-
tate described In the plaintiff's com-
plaint to-wlt: Lot nine (0) In block
forty-seven 147) in the subdivision of
tho city of Guthrie formerly known as
Guthrie proper In said county and
territory and to have the legal title
to said real estate divested out of said
above named defendants and each and
every of them and vested In said
plaintiff and that said plaintiff be de-
clared both tho legal and equitable
owner of said real estate; and that
they must answer the petition filed
therein on or before the 2.1th day of
October 1895 or said petition will be
taken as true and judgment entered
in snld action divesting the legal title
as prayed for In plalntl'lTn complaint
Attest: louis n. ruts
Clerk of said court.
Alfred & Do Witt. Deputy.
Keaton &Cottcral attys for plff.
First published In tho Guthrie
Leaner Aug. 4 ibus.
Territory of Oklahoma County o! Lo-
gan. In the district court In and for said
county and territory.
Grace Rowland plaintiff vs. Marquis
O. Rowland defendant.
The said defendant Marquis O.
Rowland will take notice that he hvs
been sued in the district court of Lo-
gan county Oklahoma territory by
tho above named plaintiff Grace Row-
land in nn action for divorce and that
ho must appear and answer tho peti-
tion (lied In bald cause in this court
on or before the 14th day of Sept.
1893 or said petition will bo taken as
truo and a judgment rendered for the
plaintiff and against him in said action.
granting to said plaintiff an absolute
divorce and for costs of suit.
Dated this 3rd day of August 1805
skalI Attest: Louis U Pitts
Clerk of the district court of Logan
county O T.
Herod Widmer & Overstreet attor-
neys for plaintiff. dlwJ
First published in the Guthrie Dally
Leader July 20 1895
Notice by Publication.
In the district court or T jn county
Georgo Hansen plaintiff vs. Annie
Whereas the above named plaintiff
George Hansen did on the 25th day of
Jul. A. I). 1805 file his petition in
the district cojrtof Logan county Ok-
lahoma territory together with his
affidavit stating that he was unable to
obtain personal servlco upon tho de
defendant Annie Hansen in said coun
ts anu territory
Thereforo said defendant. Annie
Hansen Mil) take notice that she must ltTifiled as aforesaid by 'the said
appear and answer or otherwise pleadi plaintiff Kathrlne Streble in the dis1-
lo the petition of ..ttfcTnlaintlflr filed in trtct court of . Loffan countv. Okla-
the ofllce of the clerk'bf' said court on
or before the 5th day of September A
D. 1895 crsuld petition will -e taken
as true and judgment rendered accord-
ingly granting the said plaintiff an
absolute decree of divorce and such
other and further relief bb to the
court may sojm just and equitable to-
gether with a judgmafit f-jr the costs
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set y hand and affixed the. seal of
said court at mr office in Gathiie Ir
Mid county aad tasrltory tkla 85th
day of July A. D. lWf.
I8CAT.1 Lorn K. Pirn
Clerk of said Dktrlet. Ccut.
lliicktrn'M Arnica Snlve.
The best snho in tho world for nils
bruises sore? salt rheum fever sores
chapped ljand- totter nlcers chil-
blains corns nnd all skin erup-
tions and p'osltlvcly cures piles or no
pay required. It Is guarantcd to give
pcrfo t satisfaction or money refunded.
rtice25 cents per box. For sale by
Seatonlan Drug Co.
of a nico head of hair just through
negligence. When your hair begins to
fall out don't neglect It but get a bot-
tle of Hoggs' hair rencwer which will
stop its falling out and If turning
gray will restore its natural color.
For sale by Scaton.
Oklahoma 1'rcnn Amocliitlon
Hy virtue of tho authority vested in
me I hertby call a special meeting of
the Oklahoma press association at Nor-
man O. T on Wcdnewlay October 10
1895 at 3 o'clock p. m to transact
such business as shall properly come
before tho association and to lake
part in tho excursion to Galveston
leaving Norman at midnight of the
same dav. T. F. Hknbi.ki 1'res't.
LoN WitonTO! Sec'y.
F. 11. Lilllc & Co have becured the
agency of the Rambler bicycle with
tho world renowned G t J. tire.
Notice for Pardon.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan
To whom It my concern: Notice is
hereby given that an application will
be presented Nor 1 1S05 to W. C.
Renfiow. governor of Oklahoma terri-
toryy for the pardon of Henry Nolls
convicted Oct. 13 lalM. In tho district
court of Login county of grand lar-
ceny and sentenced Oct 18 1S9I to be
confined in the territorial prison at
Laiulng Kansas for a period of four
years. IIknky Noi.i.s.
Cole Martin Attorney.
First published In tho Dally Leader
September 5 1805.
Notice by Publication.
In the district court of Logan county
Nancy 11 Synicrs plaintiff vs. George
W. Symcrs defon lant
The above named defendant George
W. Symcrs will take notice that lie
has been sued in the district court of
Logan countv. Oklahoma territory by
the plaintiff Nancy D Symsrs that he
must answer or otherwise plead to said
petition on or before the 17th dny of
October 180."i or said petition praying
for a divorce from the defendant and
restitution of her maidon name will
bo taken as true and judgment ren-
dered accordingly granting an abso-
lute divorce as prayed.
Given under my hand nnd seal of the
coiirt this 4th day of September 1895.
sbai.. Lofi8 13 1'lTTf.
Clerk of-Dlstrlbt Court.
First published iu the Dally Leader
Aug 31 1895.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan county
ss. In tho district court within and
for said county and territory.
Sarah J. Robinson plaintiff vs Na-
than Robinson defondant.
Said defendant Nathan Robinson
will take notice that ho has been sued
in the nbovc named court for a divorce
upon tho following grounds to-wit:
First. Hxtreme cruelty by said de-
fendant to plaintiff.
feccond. Gross neglect of duty b
said defendant to said plaint! If and
that he must answer the petition Sled
therein hy said plaintiff on or before
tho 11th day of October A D. 1895 or
said petition will be taken as truo and
judgment rendered for the plaintiff in
said action for a decreo of absolute di-
vorce and that she hold enjoy and be
declared to be tho absolute owner of
tho following property to-wlt:
Tho ne qr of sec 30 In tp 19 nprlh
or range 2 west of I. M. and all house
holdjgoods cooking utentils farming
Implements live stock and other per-
sonal propel ty now in her possession
on said above described tract of land
free from the control or dictation of
said defendant; and for such reason-
able alimony as to the court shall
seem just; and that she bo allowed tho
caro and custody of tho two children
born of the marriage of said plaintiff
and defendant. Attest:
fsKAi.l Louis 15 Pitts.
Clerk of said court.
Keaton tCotlcral Attys. for p'lff.
nu lishcd in the Guthrlo
Leader July 23. 1895.
Notice by Publication.
In the district court of Logan county
John A. Sainpscl Lydla It. Sampsel
J. C. Mltehelson C A Hubbard. 11 M.
Snyder J. F. W. Doopko & Co Carey
Lombard Lumber Company Capitol
National Hank and Joseph J. Helm de-
fendants. Whereas the ubove-nomed Kath-
erinc Strcble on the 0th day of June
1895 filed her petition in tho district
court of Logan county Oklahoma ter-
ritory against the above named de-
fendants John A Sampsel and Lydla
Ii. Sampsel demanding judgment
against the said defendants for the
sumofSJOt a.ud interest ami that a
certain mortgage given on lot 9 in
block 50 Guthrie proper Logan
county Oklahoma territory bo fore-
closed and said property bo sold for
the satisfaction of plulntlffs's claim
and costs of suit and
Whereas ou tho J3d day of July
1895 said plaintiff filed her amended
petition making the following named
parties defendants to-wlt. J. a Mlteh-
elson C A. Hubbard R. M. Snyder J
F. W. Doopko A Co. the Ourey Lom-
bard Lumber Company Capitol Na-
tional Hank and Joseph J Helm al-
leging that said latt named deiond-
ants claim or have liens and Ircutiv
brances on said lot 0 iu bloek 50 Ouih
rio prpper Logan county Oklahoma
territory and. filed her atlldavit that
she was unable to obtain personal ser-
vice in Loan county Oklahoma terri-
tory upon tho defendants J C Mlteh-
elson C. A Hubbard R. M Snyder J.
F. W. Doepke &. Co and Joseph J.
Tlicrefoio the last above named de-
fendants wlU fake notice that they
must" appear nnd answer or otherwise
nfeWCb the petition and amended ne
I homa terr'tory. on or before the Itli
day of September 1895 or judgment
will bo taken against them foreclos-
ing tl e mo'tage on said above de-
scribed p operty an 1 forever barring
them an each of Uieu ftoirt any
right title cla.;n in crest lien or
enuitv of r-d-raption 1. nv to said
above described al estate and for
coots of suit.
In witness uhercoi I havo hereunto
Iset my hand' and anlxed the seal of
sain court at liuinric in sain county
d territory on this the 53d day of
July 185. Louis E. Pitts
8esl Clerk of the District Court
V O Casaldy attorney for plaintiff.
published In The Dally Leader
In the District Court; o4" Logan county
U A. Lcrntr plaiiitlf? vs. Maltle Lcr-
Tho above named defendant Mattls
Lcrncr will take notice that she has
been sued In the district court of Lo-
gan county. Oklahoma territory by
the above named plaintiff U. A. Lcr-
ncr and that alio must answer or olh
crwlso plead on or before the 14th day
of September 1895 or petition of said
fdalntlif vrlll be taken as truo and
udgment rendered accordingly grant-
ing an absolute decrco of divorce and
costs of suit.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court at Guthrie this 3rd day of
August A. D. 1895.
srai Loum E. Pitts
First Published In the Daily Lender Auk.
Teirltory of Oklahoma Loijan County.
In tho District Court.
Moses I carson vs. Mary I'oaron.
Tho above named defendant Mary
Pearson will taken Mleo that she has been
sued In tho dlstrlcteourttot Logan countv
tnnliurv of Oklahoma by tho plaintiff
Moes Peaisou. In au action for divorce
and that she must appctr and answer
tho petition which has been filed In ald
court on or beforo tho 8th da) of Octo-
lei 189 and that If sho does not appear
and auswe. said petition it will be taken
as true and a judgment taken ngalnu
tier divorcing the plaintiff from her and
dl-wolvlng tlio bon stf matrimony be-
tween the plaintiff and the defendant
and for coH of suit.
Witness uy hand and the seal of si id
court at my office in Oulhrhi In said
county and territory this 34th day f Au-
gust 189V Louis K. Pitts
Iskai.) Cleik of Said Court.
First published In Dally
August 20 1895.
Notice for publication.
In tho District Court of Logan county
Clark H. Italr plaintiff; against
Mary F. Hair defendant.
The a)uvo named defendant Mary
K. Hair will take notice that sho has
been sued in tho district court of Lo
gan county Okl ' tnt. by the above
named plaintiff Clark if Uialr and
unless she appearand answer rr other-
wise plead ou or before tho 2nu day
of October A. D 1895 the petition of
the said plaintiff filed in the ollice of
the clerk of said court will be
taken as true and judgment rendered
accordingly dissolving the bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore exist-
ing between the said plaintiff and de-
fendant Witness my hand and tho seal of
said court at Guthrie in said county
and territory this 19th day of August
A. D. 1895.
First published In the Guthrie Dally
Leader Aug.2 1895.
Notice of publication.
Iu tho district court of Logan county'
Henry J. Mitchell plaintiff
Lctitla Maria Mitchell defendant.
Whereas the above named plaintiff
Henry J. Mitchell tiled his petition in
tho district court of Logan county
Oklahoma territory on the 1st day of
August. A D lelO praying for a de-
cree of divorce from the defendant
Lctitla Maria Mitchell.
Therefore the defendant Lctitla
Muria Mitchell will take notice that
she must appear and answer or other-
wise plead to said petition on or before
the 13th day of September A. I). 1895
or judgment will be taken against her
by default In favor of said plalutiff for
an absolute decrco of divorce.
In witnoss whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and afllxcd the seal of
said court at my ofllce in Guthrie In
said county and territory this the 1st
day of August A. D. 1805.
Louis E. Piti.s
Seal Clerk District Court.
T. H. Cuppage. attorney for plalu-
tiff. 1'lrsfJ Published la tho Dally JDvader
Notico for Publication.
Land office at Guthrie. Ok. Aug 24
Notice Is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named yettler has tiled notice of
his Intention to make final pioof Insupn
port of his cla.m and that said proof
will 1m made before register and receiv-
er of U. S. laud ofllce at Guthrie Ok.
on Oct. 8. 1891 viz:
Nellie Mathifon for tho sw qr sec 17
iu twp 10 n of r 2 w I M.
She names tho follow Ingcwltnesiies to
prove her conllnuoiis residence upon and
cultivation of. said land viz:
Peter lllass A Mali A. Meacham. Ed-
gar J. Underwood and Dald II. Mitch-
ell ull of Guthrie Oklahoma.
Any person who desire. to protest
agalimt the allowance of such m oof or
who knows of any substantial reason
under the law ana regulations or the inter
rior department why such proof should
not be allowed will be given au opportu
nltyattha above mentioned limn and
place to cross-examine the witnesses' of
said claimant and to offer evidence In re-
buttal of that submitted by claimant
And notice l hereby specially given
lo F M. Klkins who Is a contestant for
A. N. J. Cr.oos RegUter
First published in tho Dally Leader
Summons by Publication.
In the district court of Logan county
Alexandei II. Hraun plaintiff ya
Mary M. Hrauu defendant. -
To Mat llraua defendant aborc.
Vou aru itii'eo aotifled tint you
have been uned fo divorce by said
plaintiff Ir tho dlsf-lc court of Logan
oounty Oklahoma territory fjald
plaintiff filed iiii. petition Iu said court
on August 28 1895. and uuless you
answer aiu itelitior on o; oefore the
1011 day of October I89j said petition
will be aken aj true tzO jndjjtaent
divorcing the plaintiff from you will
be -endered as therein prayed for.
Al.K.YiKDKU 11. llilAtLV.
Attest. Louis K. Pitts Plain!!
Clerk District Oourt.
(heal) ' i
Flri. tmblUiied In the 1)1 reader
AurusvS.1 1893 ' t
Notice for PubllcittioH.
i.iiid Ofllce M 'nh ' O. ?. Aug.
Notice is her diy jl mi .hat tl.e follow
jog named settler 3s tlu' notlc of her
mention to ni4U tin's! tcoof
n support jf her claim a.id that said
proof w ill be made before the register aud
receiver of the Unltt-d Stale landofticoat
utiuine u. t on uct. 7. ik nz:
Jennie Jackson for lot i and. tne w bf
of tho seqr of the eq. of sec 3.1 in twp
17 n of r 3 w C3
Ske names the lollowlng wltsesses to
prove her continuous residence upon anil
cultivation of said land viz:
Alfred Moore Thocaaa A. Corhrtt. Sol-
oBon Fraz er aad Wary J Silver of
Guthrie O. T.
A X. J Cxook lUflitor.
First puhllshedlii tho Dully Leader Aug.
Tcnltory of Oklahoma Ciuntj of Lo
tibl c notice U lii'ieliv ulvnn that the
board of county rnmml"doiiri of iiald
county duly a eenililt'd and coiiM-ued on
tho ''lil day of August. isu having un-
der consldcrarton the fat ding of the In-
debtedness of tald county did older tuid
dhect that tlio fuiidlmr bondiuf xald
count ' iiinnlng in serlen maturing fioin
twenty-one totlility eam n-spc lively
shjlild be lmiud In payment of the out-
standing lcgil wan ant indehlcdnoM of
said county acertalued to aggregati- the
sum of Fort) Thousand Dollmx tin Turin
denomination and of tlio term a fully
stated In tho order of thobuuidof coun-
ty com m ssloQcrs on the recoid iu tlnuif-
lice of tho cot nty eielU mid thai the
board of county eotnmliwloni'ii will ap-
pear before the honmahhi district eouit
of the said county of Logan iu tlio tcnl-
tory of Oklahoma at the com t room of
district cort In the city or inillul In
said county on the eleventh day of Sep-
tember 181.1. at the hour of III o'rloek a.
in on said day l esi mid then to make
a showing and ask the court to hear and
determine the amount of the ouUtaudlug
warrantlndohtcdnes of saldcounty and to
sign the bonis to ho IkhuciI in pa) iiiont of
tho same to the amount of Foity Thou-
sand Dollars mid all peivou lutort tod
are hereby notified thaiihey may bo piut-
enl atthe time such pioof U nuide As-
sessed validation of sal I Logan county
for the year 1891 for taxation for lein-
torlal and cotintv purport fur the year
IBM agregalf f I.IWI 30U.U1.
S. P. AiHBirro.N
Chairman Hoard of Co.f'ommUslum-r
It. Kmmktt Stkwakt
Iskai.; (ouiily Ulurk.
First Published in the dally Leadw Aug.
Notico by Publication.
In the District Court In aud for Logan
Cr O. Hill Plalutiff vs. (Imrg C. Hill.
. The above named defendant (ioorguC
Hill. wlM take notice that he ha imh ii
ued by the plaintiff Coral). Hill in ilie
district court of Logan comity Oklahoma
aud that he ir list answur or oilirrw Im
plead to lie petition mi I Herein ou no-
fore the 7th day of OeUibei.A ". Ist'V
or. said petition pray I u;; for a Ulvnu-u and
the care custody and couirol of t'mi l
minor children will b. !xd fen pin u uini
judgment rendered accordingly rurd.
' Olven under my hand aud Jk- "-el (
thin court thl SUlh day of ittfitnl. IbjA.
' " - Ioiia B ".ris Ink
Hy 'xiS. DkWii-"
f)miiT)s .U r'-
I Firs . kU1 I. be i
Notico foi Piibl
ally Le e
Land office at fliiilrlo
Ncuci Is rereo gi 'on
.liut Ji fullo -
'lU-nanici settler 'm
as CIV lUtlct. i Ms
Intention to make 1I111.I niro I u m ;. tf .
hisrUlm and ll.-t ji 1.00. "ill j-
made before tho rglt r an 1 r icoive t
'.. ".1 Je-iV "). 'Jl . vi :
"rook 'or lit s . e o.
Inlllu ' 1
-Jftw '.i atnes 'lie
t Uo'vl n "' I i' to
prove his :ontl.ii(ou ra I dent
on ro. ideiu 11 'hi i nu
e-i tlvalioi. of. .Md Irud.viz:
'leori'e C Holt Joh.i ! ldti ilu-irtOii'-KrAilpr.
Iteujamlu '' 'Iru a all
.Iiyrt perou wlia 'Hne to pntuit
Dt Jie aimwaiir - 01 sucn itrooi or
kuows of any siibitanttal eusoii.
under the law aud the re Milatli'iis f he
interior Dtfiarlnumt. why sue! 4iroof
li'dtd rioijHie 'allov.ed. wlllU given an
Opportunity at the above luentlontv: tlm
Wh4 tfPitlo cross-examine the wltuesMiii
ofeatdllwfcntand toolfer evidence I
rebuttal oXUVubmltted by claimant
n. K. Pok ijjecial Ageut
of tho (Jeueral Land
OMce aud Acting
V. operate oui store on i determined
policy of square dealing backed by resources
and ability. This means that we give our
customers the benefit of the lowest prices
every time. We do not slaughter any goods
or sacrifice one particular line and skin you
and skin you on another. We buy closely
and from the best manufacturers in this coun-
try and are enabled to sell on the lowest
possible margins. We intend to merit your
continued patronage by carrying out this
principle. It pays to trade with us because
you get what you like and what you need at
prices quality considered lower than else-
where. It saves you money to trade with
us because we trade with you on a fixed
honest system of values and our personal
guarantee that our goods are just as repre-
sented or your money freely returned to you.
Our fall stock is just commencing to come
in. We invite you to come and see 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.
m Hive Clothing House;
published by the Dally Lender
In the district court lor Logan rounty
Albert Shulte pla'ntllf vs. A. Illrsch
and h. Hindi partners doing busl-
mths in the fit-in name of S lllrhch A
Tlio ubove named defendants are
hereby notified that they have beun
a tied in snld court by tlio above named
plaintiff for tlio conversion of a stock
of merchandise consisting of wines
lhUorn cigars saloon furnishings nud
fixtures sulil plaintiff praying for
judgment for the damages occasioned
theioby In the sum of 31315 and costs
of suit nod that said defendant must
answer tho petition Hied by the plain-
tills on or before the 2th day of Sep-
tember A. D. lsPS or said petition
will bo taken as truo and judgment
In witness whereof I hereunto sot
in V hand and seal of this court this
nth day of August 1895.
fHKAi.l Louis K. Pi its
Clerk District Court.
liuhllshed iu tlm Dally Loader
fiujil. at to'..
Notico lor Publication.
Lnud olllt'ii at (liithilo Ok.. Spt 7
'oilrU hwri'lir izlvim that the follow
ing named settlor has filed u .tleo of hit
liilim.lon to mako Ihinl proof In sunnort
of hl elnlin. uud that wild iirMif will W
made uefoio the roglsier and lowdver at
(luihrlo ou Oet. in 1803 vlx.
Ilunjumln llarlett for the southeast
nuarler of seeiUin -'" tow iixlilp 17 rangi
"' llenainc" the following ItiiHWftw lo
prmA hi coiiiliiuoiu rwldentw upon and
.itltlvatlou of said taiid vlx:
Willi IUh and William Cnuulug. of
llerwlek P. (. and ( has. (lerlach and
JautaaW llarjiei.of Outhrltt O. V.
N J. Crook Regis er
Flint publUhod in the (1 11 Ui He Daily
i jttdor Aug. 18.
in the district court of Loguu eounty
lubert L NeUou plalDiiff. vi . i'mma
;i .N'elboi. ilefeadant.
Wiioiuas the plaintiff Hobcit L.
Xelton Hied hU pelltloa tn the above
named court en the 17th day of Au-
gust 1808 together with his aflldavit
thai tbe defendant in a uon.retildent
of thie territory ami ihrt he k unable
to seeure porsoual servlee niOii hei :
Therefore tlie diifondant limine I!
'elsou will ukft noilcc Inai she must
nppeer and anjwer or oth6rvJse ploud
lo s.luI loLlLlon on or ueforo tho 1st
'av jf Oexsber. . Jtrl or imltfUiafiL.wiU
:'- . . - - . ."'.4. .--. i
t j reiiUeiet againVv uir uyveiavumj
L.buJnit ko suid plalM'will tui etisoini')
1 wmo uivo.
l. t.-lt ios .
llUVJ JlC V.UIHO
ny'itlld 1 J J hiliXC .liselo
.ai'l JU v l nHMiiuuy tm.i
ft . A 1. L.l at u A Oilil 'Ail
iio.y r;trern .Me .'io 'tip 1 y 01
JJI . IT
; j. th 1 d al.igl JJtU t.
V t't'tl ahlrrvy for
Flni'i'lBsti Ilifts Always Heady.
11.. 1 line rumilui. cvtU"k (Uy tr iwf 11 uin
r ruuniuk ckitj (Uy fjriwn
I'aandlor -criU siiu.U
miK.r ul'anil Vll
M. I. 11a
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Wghtt 0f mil m ltvtnlg
' Strcmgth. US. Oever t Rseert.
and First st.
Guthrie to Chandler
Take Williamson's Stage Line
Leave's (luthrlo at 7 a. tn.; arrives at
Chandler I M) p m. (lood roads good
stages. Carry V. S mail. All ordere
for passage and baggage should be
left at the Guthrie Cigar Htore 11?
Q. M. mFETRIDGE.
ESTABLISHED APRIL aa 1889
AU ordeis for baggage on outgoing
trains should be left one
hour before the train
W Oklahoma Av
STILLWATER AND ORLANDO
Leaves Orlando at 3 p. in Arnvei
at Stillwater at 5:30 p in.
Leaves Stillwater at 7:30 a. in. Ar-
rives at Orlando at 1 1 a. in.
Nearest and Only Regular Route to tbe
Good hotel accommodations at
both Stillwater and Orlando. Also
good livery at Stillwater.
ME 'EB BROS. Props
Burrows'" Stage Line.
Best . .
Liue between Perry nnd Pawnee. Stop
at MciirUou's for dinner. Leave Perry
every morning at 9. Pawnee at
Hrdo Work the Best.
T 1 ho Troy Hand. Louutlry
ill K. Sitriugcr.
N B. FRIERSON
FOK A OOC
CkftJuJ h Eitl ( ItilttM St.
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