The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 131, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 7, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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Txii. LEAUEH. GUTUIUE OKLALiOMA.
llf thn Leader I'rlntlug Company
LESLIE Q. NIULACK - - Editor.
Only Moraine t'apor l'ablUhed In Unthrle.
OUIelal Organ nf OkUhomit Urnotraoj
Ihe OMjtnl OrRnn of Lopin County.
TllUItSDAY. NOV. 0. 1S9S.
Tnr Daily I.kahkh accepts advrrtlv
Injw.lh the distinct and nosltlvo Biiar-
anten that It has doublo thn paid
circulation of any nowspapor published In
Iiib I-K.Unit ltlndory Is ono of tho best
irttutionB of the kind In thu West and Is
i i 'y tiirnlngoiitlaraoniiantltlosofwork.
s ni In your orders for binding and blank
U ks and tiioy will bo promptly attended
Que month dollvorod In city...' I SO
Ono month by mall. go
i 'in months..... 1 so
H'.x months 00
Jno year 6 0.'
MX months 50
Jno yoar 100
Now val2l1 for an
Ik mocroU In '0(J
Tun snow must havo
loi p In Kentucky.
been six feet
Am dm tug all this
wero the lopttlIst&?
I tau did not deserve statehood
Watch Oklahoma when she comes In!
RooM'.vm t'b tiger hunt In Now York
rity resultod disastrously for IIjoso-
vclt lloss Si:ai and Sly
reserving their yells
for the phono-
s icaki.no of Tuesday's snow stor.n
in Chlmtnlo Pailden's Inimitable way:
Havi: von heard frtrin Kentucky?
Tut' tut' Ye we've heard. Now go
nut and play children.
Dit ItiiAiiroitD the New York den-
tist got six years for counterfeiting
liven his pull couldn't savu him.
I'l'iiuc sentiment as rcllected In tho
daily pros convicted llolmcs and
Durrant; legal evldenco could not do
Nr.w YoitK Is preparing for its annual
horse show. The real thoroughbreds
as usual -wJU bo on exhibition In the
II aii old man llr'cklnrnif(r-llftod
that S15.000 Follard mortgage the
Kentucky result might have been dlf
f rcnL - N"
Dan 8tcat insists that from where
be mis It looks as If the ratio between
lumber nud physical culture is consid-
erably greater than 0 to 1
Low water is roporUul every where.
Mill wo baliovo u largo Dumber t f
politician found no dilllimlly in a:ill-
ui! up Salt River yostordov.
Tiik last art'olO' written by Ungeno
1 'eld was one defending Hilt Nye
who was assaultud by a lot of.unap-
preeiative jiuoplo In Js'ow .lursoy.
Di iiuaxt Hay ward uud Holmes'
Well really there Is little in tho pros
cnt bituallou to encourage uny ono to
introduce striking novelties In murder.
Amisma Rivr.s says her husband pro-
posed to her five times before the ac-
cepted him That'rf what a fellow gets
hiiiuptlmus for being too blamed per
Yi.n dour Marguerite tlicro are
many loasous to be learned from Tues-
day's elections but wo haven't time
to study tlium. We opine the cows
Ji;su Coxhv has gone to Cuba and
Jil. fathor h rapidly going to the dogs.
If Jesse ronlly burns with patriotic
nrdur why doobn't ho induce his
father to go to Cuba also?
Tiik Calloway (Ivy. ) Splko of Frco-
doin and Clincher of Truth weeks ago
taul "If tho Doiuoerats don't stop this
fool In' ltradiey will get there." Hero-
uftrr tho oouutry press must be re-
Tiik Lcaubr was tho only paper iu
the territory that jave tho full elec-
tion rot urns. Its report was full and
uuthtfntleaud was equal to that con-
tained In any paper west of Chloavfo.
Tjik IaeAliKit alwtiys leads.
Tub Wfehlta Raglo of yusterday said
K-ntucky was In doubt. Tiik Lkahhh
aid Hurdin was olooted governor by
i ujo and Tiik Lkahkii wasn't anxloui.
nbjut prcNtiiig Ujfures either but the
people liUe tht truth
It will be remvmbortKl Hint Hill Nyo
UoMilvud a buiuos partiinmlilp with
James UliiUomb Riley alleging that
tlis pact's bibulous habits wore Intol-i-rab't
'llio liooslor poot however.
ban nevir bean obliged to take his eggs
STArtii"'U for the Indian Territory
U boiuj vigorously agitated by the
prew of that country. Speaking of
tho situation nt present tho Sherman
Journal sayi: "Statehood for the In
(llan Turrltory moans not only the
opportunity for uusy hundredd of
ile-ervlng and euterprUIng men and
women to set ure for themselves com-
fortable homos but It also means to
thy wl Uo poDp'e who constitute at
lout three-fifths of tlio population
of tlio territory tho rlffht to directly
govern themselves. As tho matter
now stands the choicest sections of
the union will have to remain unde-
veloped or if devovolopcd It must he
by men who labor with tho knowledge
that their children are not guaranteed
In profiting by thb fruits of that labor
liy all means let another star bo added
to Old Mora's field and let U bo put
there for Indlanola."
Major Henry MacN'amara formerly
of this city pays the following tribute
to thu late Kngene Field:
The wonderland to child nnd man
Was pictured by his facito pen;
And too ho was bclov'd alike
lly children and by men!
Remember him for tender thoughts
Forget tho harsher lines that ecciii
To cross tho sunlight as It grew
And marred the sweetness of the
In a world of cheerful thought
And lender moods he sung
Always happy when ho gave
Ills sweetness to the young!
liven as Ills heart' was beating for the
His best to I jo world tho last he
gave! MiJor Harry MacKamara.
Kansas City Ma Nov. 4
NOT ltl'.rUllt.ICA.N VIUTOItlHS.
Uesplte tho tcsulls of Tuesday's olec
tions In six states the Democratic pni ty
Is In excellent shape and through its
beneficent work the country Is ox
perlenclng better times than have ben
enjoyed within twelve years. Aside
fro.n tho fact that this Is an oft yeir
tho election results aro not Indicative
of Republican prosperity and augur
nothing for the success of that paity
In tho approaching presidential strife.
With one or two Immaterial exceptions
the Democrats defeated themselves.
The recent struggle was simply a case
of Democrats knifing Democrats! a
matter of ono element of Democrats
voting with the Republicans In order
to defeat another element. This was
particularly truo in Kentucky. Ilrad-
ley owes his election to Democrats who
were not partial to the colors worn by
Hardin. In Maryland the campaign
was nothing moro than a pcislstuut
hunt for tho Uorinan scalp by Demo-
crats who had wearied of his bosslsm.
Thu election was merely an Intornal
eruption of a bad boll in tho Demo-
cratic storuaoh. Tho election will
tend to urtllo the various factious in the
ranks of Democracy; men with knives
will see tho error of their ways and
harmony will result. Next your will
see tho Democrutic party enjoying a
broad streak of sunlight.
Onto papers are commenting nn the
fact that whon Senator Ilrlco regls-
. - . .-.. I r. t . I .1 .-
icrcil ill a uuiei in viuuiuiiui.i na- uliiit
day ho failed to writo any placo of
residence after his name Nothing
straugo in that. Since yesterday llrlce
himself probably does n3V know where
Tiik election of David Dalo In Sedg-
wick county Kansas epeakH volumes
for tho honest people of that county.
Judgo Dalo Is a brother of Chief Jus-
tice Dale and Is a sterling Democrat
a brilliant jurist and an honett nnd
popular citizen. So long as such men
as Judgo Dalo are on the bench Kan-
sas will not sulTer for the lack of men
tp properly ndininlslor and enforce
O.nk of the Interesting literary ques-
tions of thu day Is whether dialogue
Is ta bo tho prevailing form of tletlon.
Sir Wulter Itesant predicts that nov-
els will shortly bt written In dialogue
und that descriptions will be almost
enttrely done away with. Ho qltes
Miss Violet Hunt uud Anthony Hope
as two of tho incbt successful users of
dialogue and his argument Is re-enforced
by the brilliancy of Miss Hunt's
new work of fiction "A Hard Wo-
man" published in America by D. Ap-
pletou it Co.
A Nnw Yohk man was arrested a day
or two ago charged with perjury. In
bidding for a supply contract for the
criminal court building in thut city
lio hworo his bid was Independently
made and free from ull collusion with
other bidders. Afterwards he Indis-
creetly admitted to an outside party
that ho had gone Into a combination
with the two other companies bidding
thereby clearing 8100'H) w'.ilch the
three divided. Of course New York
Isn't the only olty rubbc-d by oon-
uplruules like this. Very shady trans-
actions of the same sort have been
known even In virtuous Guthrie.
Coal lias been bought sprinkling has
been done paving has beon laid sup-
plies have been ordered a score of
transactions havo taken place which
from their peculiar features wore eal
culated to arouse tho bt longest sus-
picions. Hard to provu eh? Very
hard to proyo. l.tpiciully hard whon
It happened that uo olllolal iiitarofctcd
han'kured for proof. It takes honest
and fcurless pnbll servants to root
out theso ovlls.
lt'iul)lli'4lip CUI111 II 1000 riurullt)-
llrinu) ruU I'oiircile 110000
Com miius Ohio Nov. tLAt Republi-
can Statu liojnbjuartur tho last bulle-
tin fur thu iiblit wum ImuchI ut 1:10
11. 111. vlaliuinif 111000 pluruljjy and
U t meuiber nf th legislature to Hi
Cliulriuau Kurtx will nut elaiiu over
00000 at tho most although others in
his quartets io higher Chairman
Kurt o-tlmutiH. the Republican will
huo two-thirds of the legislature and
he" sajs the Republican majority in
both branches will be m lurgo "that
the usual interest l not taken In as-
certaining the exact number of Rr-
publlciiik nnd DemovraU on joint bal-
lot for I'ultod States senator.
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Cheapest inllltnory In town. MUs
I'attersbu has reduced the price on
every pattern hat in the house: also on
sailors. Has just received a new lot ut
By tho Persistent Uso of
"1 w iM IrwibM f"i em with ft
Born mi ni kn- in li M'M'ral
phymrlniiH lm i umii l me. mllii! u
citner. ii-minn ; me th.ii indlniijr
Coillil Ih' ildiie to 'Hi in' ll!e As
n Inst nsirt. I win itnlnc-il i try
Aer's s;irsi:ii ill.i. ami ultr t.ik-
liiK a immlitT of Uiitlis the mro
licfTin to ijitiippp ir iuiii Jim u'in.il
hcnltli im .mm'. I i -t . ! in this
tii'iilini'iit. until the '. w on-
tindv In ilnl mi ii- Hum. 1 ii'
Awt'h Sirsinril'.i oi e.isiiiii.ill '.s
n tonir mill lli)il m.nl'n'r mill in-
deed. It sccin . :ih tlntturh I roitld not
keep hoiifto itlioiit it." Mrs. H. A.
l"ll.I.I lillMltlllil'lJ. 1 1.
The Only Wojiii's Fair Sarsaparilro.
Ayor's Pills Rogulato the Llvor.
Ki: VIIIIK KTAIT
fiwfpo by tlio Henilillins Tammany
171llll OM lllll 111 till) Cltt.
Nifw Y6iik. Nov. 0. New York state
has boon carried by tho Republicans
by iilurnlitius riingiiig from 18000 to
f.ft.Wo.t'onipnrwl with a plurality of
21481 for the head of tho ticket two
r'jars ago Returns from more than
im-half of the election districts out-
aide of tho cities of New York nnd
Rrooklyn or "above the Harlem"
show a net Republican gain of IJ.tO;
cdiupiued with the vote of two years
ngo. Maintaining tho sumo average
the gains will ictich 33000 out-ido of
greater New York. In the two oillefc
tiulow the llurlem tho Democrntlo
plurality of 00313 two yonra ngo has
1 icon reduced uuout ta.ooo. giving tne
btiitc to tho hond of tho Republican
ticket by 60000 jiluinllty Iu round
TJ10 two branches
of tha Ijt'gisla-
titroTcin.il 11 as before under tho til-
rection dfvtho Republicans. Tho elec-
tion tliron?hut the Statu w orderly
and rapidly completed and the re-
sults we.ro qiiiahlycoqiplleil.
The total vote of theStqto shows a
falling o)V compared' w Ith tinvoto of
l&tla II10 decrease In-ing ooimuoil
how-over to the districts port
lh of UTe-j
Hiirlein rnor. Uho city volo Is fully
eijual to that of two years ago.
Tho RepublleniiH havo carriod New
York .State above the Harlem for the
head of the State ticket by a plurality
clearly estimated at 100000. Tho
Democrats have carried New York
city by n pluntlity of fully 10.000 for
the head of the Stntu tloket nnd have
curried Rrooklyn by il.OOo giving tlio
Matt) to thu Republicans bv probably
S 1000 showing a not Hopubllcun gain
over the election of two year ago of
Tho election of Auioa T. Cummiiiga
Do m 00 rut to Congioss from thu Tenth
district Is couueded by the Republi-
cans. Kx-Inspector Williams in thu
Twelfth district Is running fur be-
hind his Democratic opponent.
Tho World says Tammany has
elected cloven out of twelve Senators
and eleven Assemblymen out of twon-ty-tivu
HnooiciAX N. Y. Nov 3. At 2 a.
in. the mayoralty is still in doubt 410
districts giving Wurster 17SU; Urout
4017'ij Shapard 5871.
llfiinu niU Curry tint Mnlo liy About
flo.uuo Mitor for hllivr.
Jaii.sos Miss. Nov 0 It Is ostl-
mated thut tho Democrtitle majority
will bo from 35.000 to AO.ObU. Tho
l'opullbttj did not local vo more tlmn
1.1 per cont of tho totul vote east. The
campaign lust olosod wits on freo sil-
ver on against the gold standard and
thu result it. u complete victory for
the free sbvorlteii.
It is stated on w hut Is said to bo fair
authority that Hng-lnnd's niikwur to
Olnoy's note will bo conciliatory.
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OUmiAM. W.Q U.S A
High Grade Tobacso
Stencils Seals Ink Pads
i Rubber Type
tared by tti
rj Seal Co.
Kniu City. Mo
Stnd for prico list
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HKMitf . ' - IS
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Itxtinliiitfmi nf A)iillrnnln to llo Held
Tlie regular semi-annual nxainina-
tlon for the grades of olork and car-
rier In the Uuihric. Okla. post ofllco
will bo held Saturday December 7
The civil rrrrlce commission takes
this opportunity of stating that the
examinations are open to nil reputa
ble citixuns who inny desire to enter
the postal service without regard to
their political alllliutlons. All such
citizens avo invited to apply. Tiioy
will be examined graded and certllled
with entire Impartiality and wholly
without regard to tlinir political views
or to any consideration except their
elllcirncy as bhown by the grades they
obtain in the examination.
For application blanks full instruc-
tion and Information relative to the
duties and sularles of the dlfTerant
positions np1y at tho post jlllcc to
tho secretary of the board.
CvMmr. M. 1'kiimns
Sk'crotary Local Hoard.
From a latter written by Rev. J.
auiidcrman of Dimoiulalc Mich. . we
arc permitted to maku this extract:
"I have no Hesitation In recommend-
ing Drv KIiib's Now Discovery as the
results we re almost marvelous in the
ens! of my wife. While I was pastor
of the ltiiptl c'..ur"h at Rives Junc-
tion situ was brought down with pneu-
monia succcoilliig la grippe. Terrlblo
paroxysms of coughing would last for
hours wltli lillU' interruption and it
seemed thut she- could not survive
them A friend locoinmended Dr.
King' Niw Discovery; It was quick In
Its work nud highly satisfactory iu Its
result. " Trial bottles free at Sea-
t nl mi drug store. Regular size ftOc
oi Otober ?0 the Santa Fe Route
wlU Inaugurato new and strictly lim-ItciMnit-elass
service to southern Cal-
Iforiitu. The California M-nltcd will leave
Chicago at :00 p.m. daily reaching
Ios Angeles in three days and San
FraucUco lu three and one-half days
a savlug of one half day. Time from
this station corresponding!!' reduced.
Rijtilpiiicnt will consist of superb
new vebllbulcd pullman palace mid a
coiiipartmont sleepers chair car and
dining car through to Los Angolcs
without change. This Will be the
fastest and most luxurious service via
any lino to California.
Any other dally train will carry
through palace sleeper and tourist
sleeper to San Francisco and tourist
slcpper to Los Angeles as at present.
For full particulars Inquire of loeal
agent Atchison Topeka and Santa Fc
tiodev's Msj-arine makes a point of
having at least one article of weighty
importance each mouth. Thu Novem-
ber number contains a timely and sug-gestlv-B
discussion of "Thu Vatican
and tho I'cace of Iturope by Jcsso Al-
bert Locke. A narrative that will
provoke much ugument is Cleveland
Moltett's impartial description of the
Miracles of Saint Anne." The truo
characters of those picturesque pluto-
icrats Heltie Green and Russol! Sage
are portrayed cntortuinlngly and
what Lee J Vance tells about the
old fitlijs of the south will be tu bur-
prUo torrrnny. "Fashion Fact ami
Fancy" glros the latest ideas for per
sonal and house adornment as well as
hints on innumerable subjects of in
to rest to women. And on the whole
tho magazine brilliantly Illustrated as
" 8' ls ' "" of variety and
I'lnce N w
men 1. ion cints a copy.
York. Published October
ICoileiiiinluii of Turrltorliit WnrrunlK
tiuniHiic O. T. Oct 15 1S05.
Notice Is hereby tgi en tlmt there are
funds on bund to ru.lefin all genorul
fund wnrrauts registered on or before
May 3 13U3up to n irlslered No. 730;
Normal school warniuts to regisluicd
Na 281 University warrants to regis-
tered No. 106 and Hoard of Kdiicallou
warrants up to registered No. 21. In
to rest ceaims on all warrants Included
in above call after thirty days.
M L Tr1iMv.1t.
Treasurer Okla'-oum Territory.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal linking Powder
$'tpclor tr v7 others.
Call and too my furnished rooms
SI. 00 per week Soeley building be-
tween HarrIsouaud Okluhoma aves.
Mrs. Bridges proprietress. 0-5 lm.
Dr. IguaU Mayer remains In O11U1-
rlo Consult him about eye ear noso
and throat. Olllcu over Hco Hive.
Nollru ti hiibitcrlbfr.
Subsurlbara to Tho Loader who fall
to receive tholr papers promptly evory
morning will ploasu report such fail-
ures to this olllce at oncu.
l'l'iuiilii 1 1 tip Wuntcil.
All ladles liaving a fow hours leas-
ure each day should writo mu at once
regarding pleasant liomu work which
uasily pays SIS wokly. This Is no de-
ceplfau and will oertaluly pay you to
Investigate. Reply with h tain pud en-
velope Mrs. S. A. aUbbius Lawrouce
First published In Daii.v Lkaukk
Notico is hereby givtr. that in pur
Hiianoo of an order of the Probate
lotirt of the 00 11 nty of Logan and tor-
1 itory of Oklahoma undo on the -ith
lav of November lbtii in tho matter
of tli4tnto of Froemun I'. Sands du-
eeased the underslgnoil as the guard-
ian of the minor hairs of said duroaiaod
will sell at private eale to thu higliest
'ji.hler thu uiuiividetl one-half iuturost
in the mulhount quarter of soetlun '.'a
township :l north range 'i west of the
Indian Meridian subject to contlrma-
lion bv said Probate Court on Slst
lay of November 1M-J at 8 o'clock p.
111 at the re-iduiith) of guardian on the
ubove dotwri'jed (nnd iu bald oounty of
Igun all the rivhU title intoret and
owtaUi of tho nald minor heirs of Free-
uiau P Hands deceased at the time of
hi death and all the right title and
interest that the ald oelate has by
uroratiou of law or otheru ie ac-
quired 111 ami to ali tho above described
liuct of land .ituute. lying and being
in the county of Loffau territory of
Oklahoma bounded uud described as
follows and upon the following terms
and conditions to wit
Tin- undivided one bait interost la
and to the .ioullioust quarter of section
twenty-eight townsh p slxtoou north
of range two wostof the Indian Me
Ailsald bUs up to Ox hundred dol
lars to bocashr-thc-bulance. If any. In
one year at por eeii-TtTteTW-
Rids wilt be revolved at above place
by 1! a undersigned up to tho hour of
Doted 4ie5thi!ay of November. 1S05
FUSAMSA fSAM) WlLVOTT
Map of Virginia IUttle-FIld.
Tho only correct map made from of-
ficial papers in tho war department
with complete listof battlrs. Sent on
receipt of 2ft ccnU In money or postage
stamps. Address C. II Ryan assist-
ant general passenger agent C. and 0.
1 ail way Cincinnati Ohio. 4-5-4w
i:ngllili Capital for American liiTmimrntH
Important to Americans seeking
Dngllsh capital for new enterprises.
A list containing the names and ad-
dresses of MO successful promoters
who havo placed ovnr U 1 00 000 000
sterling In foreign Investments within
the last six years and over 18000000
for the seven months of 1605. Price
C5 or 885 payable by tho postal order
to the London and University llureau
of Investors 20 Cheapside London K
C. Subscribers will be entitled by
arrangement with the directors to re-
ceive cither personal or letters of in
troduction to any of these successful
This list Is first-class In every respect
and every man or firm whoso name
appears therein may be depended
upon. For placing the following It
will bo found Invaluable bonds or
shares of Industrial commercial and
financial concerns mortgage loans
salo of lands patents or mines.
Directors. Sin F.nwAiw C Ross
Hon. Wai.tiir O. IV.rvs
Capt. AltTIit'lt Stiitk
Anyone who Is suffering from consti-
pation or indiccslion. would do well
to try Hoggs' little giant pills. They
give perfect satisfaction. Sold by your
popular druggist Seaton.
Wauted flood girl -for general
house work nt corner Vino and War-
ner. 10 1!713
Ilrv Hnji Yennt.
Ladles who wish an absolutely pure
dry hop yeast and ono that will lve
better satisfaction than any you have
ever used bhould inquire for Mrs.
Thompson's Dry Hop Yeast. 10 13 lw
Dr. Ignatz Mayer remains In Outh-
rlej consult htm about car eye nose
and throat. Olllce over Hco Hive.
Wanted A four or He-room house
furnished. Must havo stable on pi du-
lses with loom for three or four
horses If suitable place will rent
till spring. Address IIox 230 (iutlirie
O. T. Hi 14
Dr Ignat. Mayer remains In Outh-
ric. Consult him about eye ear ncse
and throat Olllce Qver lieu Hive.
Hlrzcl Rrothcrs lead all others In
grocorles and provisions. Try them
Dr. Ignatz Mayer remains in Guth-
rie; consult him about eye; ear nose
and throat. Oflicc over lice Hive.
Now and mo.".cr 1 corner building
with saloon free and clear in first-
class shape doing.paying business to
trade for good land with running
water nnd timber P. P. Rlaas Guth-
rie Ok. tf
First Published In Dally Leader Oc-
l.oatl Notice. (
Notice hoiuby given thatat a '-es-sion
of tho buard of commls'doiior' of Lo-
trau county Oklahoma tnrrltoYy held on
the ''2d day of Jsopt A D ls'J.1 upitltlon
Mgncd by John .1 Watkliisimd ntuoVs-.qf
tiiiiiiiiio inwnsnip asxiiig lor a view ami
a survoy for tho purpose or locating Jt
eei tain county road descilhed mrfollows'
Through tlio wot part of the 1101 th-
west qunrii'i pi xectlon I In township
pl. 11 ol 1 i w 1 M. Tlio cant lino of said
toad to be 011 line ltli thu cat lino of
ine sire t In the city of Imlhllo and to
(Mend eisterly fiom said i'.iit lino (V)
jeet Iu w Idth and that a toad purpoi ting
to bo laid o tlio east side and ue.t ad-
joining to tlio Santa Fuiallroad light of
way bo abrogated and held for naught
nud the road on tho "ectloii lino as pro-
vided for 1 y tho statute of Oklihoma. bo-
twoen the 11 w qr of ald section 4 and tho
110 qr sec 5 1 o taken up and discontinued
was ii'iu'WmI and hat D M Reuiiett M
M Shnltou and K Y Titus viewers and
II L Wlilte. county Minoj or will meet at
tlio place of beginning ot ttuid road on
tlio 1.1th day of Nov.. A D lnu at lu
o'clock a m of said day and pioceed to
levt and survey said mad and gio all
partius a hearing.
Done by oulei of the board ot coiiunhs-
s oncu ol Logan count) Oklahoma tor
1 1 tin y. R Hininotl Stow art
County Clerk and Clei k of said Hoard.
Guthrlo O T.Oct ?' 18'fl.
First Published In Dally Leader Oc-
Notice Is hereby glveu that nt a ses-
sion of the board of commissioners of
Logan county Oklahoma territory
held on the 'iiii day of Sept. A D. IH05
u petition signed by U. W. Ohmart aud
others of Uutbrlu township asking for
a survey for the purpose of locating a
certain county road described as fol-
lows; Commencing at tlio southcast'eorner
of ne rr of sou IS twp 10 11 of range '2
west; thence running west 100 rods on
half section line between no qr of sec
1$ and so qr of 6uid sec U twp 10 r S
west tlu'iico south ono uud one-half
miles between tho so qr of sw qr of sec
16 twp 10 r 2 w; also between nw qr
and ne qr and sw qr and se qr of sec
111 twp 10 r 2 w where It intersects
the section line between sections 10
and 30 twp Ifi r 2 w was presented
and that Jack Tearney J. J. Sampson
and W. C. King viewers and II. L.
White county surveyor will meet at
tho place of beginning of said road on
tho 0th day of November. A. D. ISU5
at 10 o'c'ock a. m. of said day and pro-
ceed to ow and survey said road and
give all parties a hearing.
Done by order of the board of com-
missioners of Logan county Oklahoma
territory. R. Emmutt Stewart
Comity Cierk and Clerk of said
Guthrie OT Oct 28. 180S
First published In the Guthrie Daily
October 30 1S05.
Nolieo Is hereby given that at a ses-
sion of the board of commissioners of
Logan county Oklahoma territory
on the JMd day of October ISO.l a pe-
tition signed by Clias Haudniid others
of .Mulliull township asking for a
view and a survey for tho purpoo of
locating a certain county road de-
scribed as follow:
Commencing at tho beginning
about twenty (30) rods south of north-
east comer ot the southeast quarter of
soction sovun (7) theueo lit north west-
erly dlrootion about 'J5 rods. Thence
tn a uoitheasterly direction intersect-
ing soetlon line between seven and
eight town hip 18 range 2 west
about 40 rods north of the place of be-
glutting was presented and that Jo-
soph Waldrum M M. Sheltan. and S
S Peters viewers and. II. I White
county hurvevor. will meet at the
placo of beginning of said road ou the
23 day of November A. D. 1805 At 10
o clock a. ru of said day ami proceed
to vlow and survey eald road and give
Done by ofileT -ot the board of com.
mlsbioncrs of Logan county Oklahoma
territory. K. hmmett Stewart
County Clerk and Clerk of said board.
Guthrie 0. T. Oct 23 J 60S
Cold Weather is coming ! Buy the Best
No Soot No Clinkers. No Waslc.
Tho best coal 011 tho market. None better for domestic and steam use.
S5.SO per ton $550
Weicker & Fairfield
Sole agents for Anderson Goal.
'Phono 20 Ofllce rear of depot Order tK w aLd avoid the rush.
Gi Hi GOLE
Manufacturer and nppllir of Colo's Asplialtum Iron Clad Roof Paint. The
best for metal and shltiglo roofs. Makes shingles like fdate. Also put on as-
plialtum gravel sand tar and pitch roofs nnd lays tho gonul no asplialtum
walks and pavotnonts and artificial stone. Old roofs repaired and made as
good as new. Stack and stand plpos painted and repaired. All work guaran-
teed. Rest of references.
C. H. COLE.
EAST HARRISON AVENUE.
H. H. PERRY Prop'r.
Wanted A reliable lady or gentle-
man to distribute samples and to make
a house-to house canvns for our Vege-
table Tollut XjUps. $10 to $75 a nioruh
easily made Addreh Crofts A. Reed
212 S. Robcy street Chicago.
First published in the Guthrie Dally
Loauer Oct. 4 1S05.
Nollru of Taking DrpunltlMti
III the District Court of Locan couiit-.
Oklahoma Ti rltorjv
Alexander II. Rraiin. IT If
Miry M. Riaiin Dft
Tho said defendant Mary M. Rraiin
Is hereby iiotltiid that tho aboo named
plaiutlu will 011 S.itiuday Oil. SO lMft
commencing at the hour f 10 o'clock a.
in. of salddav. niooeed to tako tho dono-
Rltlnus ofsiindiy wituoMio..i at No. bJ
i.m:iono uji 1 uing corner 1 oiirtu aim
Olive stieets iu thocltv of St. Louis. Mo
to bo lead lu evidence on thu trial of tho
above entitled action 011 behalf of xuUI
plaiutlir; and that tho taking of s lii
depositions will bo adj iirned from day
to day commencing at tlio same hour
each day iiiilll said depositions nro com-
pleted. Aln.Mindui II. R own
Wlsby .t Hornor Atty's.
Mied In the Daily
bopt. a im.j
co for I'ublicafioii.
olllce ut Guihrio Ok. Sept
Notice Ik li-reby given that tho follow-
ing named settlor has filed n lice of his
Intention to make Dual proof iu suntHirt
of Ida claim and that said proof will he
matin bofuru tho rctfNlor and receiver at
Guthrie on Oct. 18 1805 viz:
Benjamin Rariott for thn southeast
quarter of section '-ii touimhlp 17 lunge
Ho names tho follow In' witnoSM's to
proo his coiitluiions losldeii' 1) upuu and
cultivation of said laud vb-
WIIIU How os and William Canning of
Reiwlck P. O. and Clia. Gnilaeli ami
James W. Harper of Guthrlt- O. T.
2000 A. N. J. Crook Regis or.
Q. M. tVlFETRIDGE.
Transfer Trunk Line
ESTABLISHED APRIL j 1889
Allordeis for baggage on outgoing
trains mould be left one
hour before the train
W Oklahoma Av
FOR A GOOD
Clmlind Ai. Eal of OWislcn Si.
STILLWATER AND ORLAKDO
Leaves Orlando at s p. m. vVrrivei
at Stillwater at 5:30 p m.
Leaves Stillwater at 7:30 a. m. Ar
rives at Orlando at 11 a. m.
Xearest and Only Regular Route to thi
Hood hotel accommodations at
Doth Stillwater and Orlando. Alst
jood livery at Stillwater.
ME EB BROS. Prnng
Hand Wort the Best
Tiy the Troy Hand Louudry.
114 E. Springer.
X 8. FRIERS0.K.
200 W. Okla. AveTSoatonlan Drug Co.
(' t. Ilaruid u. W Martin
linrncs !c jIuHiii
Attorneys nt Ltnv.
Will nrai Mi e In all the courts ami In tlie
local and kimhtuI 11ml ofn e
uinieit xne enure Mtrunii unur rvinun
UulldlnK-nklahouia Ae (iuthrlo U T
T1I031AS B. WHITE
Washington 1). C
Itooins I03-&.U Atliulla lllilK.
Mlnluff Land cad Patent Law a
J. R. Kkatom. Jno. 11. CoriKitAL.
EATON & COTTERAL
Attornky at Law.
Rooms 1.2 nnd 3 International Loan and
Trust llulldlng Okluhoma Ave. op. U
H. I.und nftleii
EHANK 11. CltOSTHWAlTE
iaao 1 ft. n. v
Wushlngtou - I). C.
Tbo Land Department
of my ofllco is condiiutcit by the late
chief of tho Oklahoma Towimlte unil
contest illvisloiis. Isoliclt your hnsl-
liofia unil guarantee Mitibfaction.
Attorniv at Law
ttfOfTice in Victor Building.
Totviifiltea Ilomesteails I'atenti
Wulson E. Coleman
Ind and Patent Attorney.
Wanliln.um Ujan anil Trust II) g
WtiRliington 1). V.
11KI i:iIKNpKS-Uoii JI V Allen. V. S Son
ate Hon Ir-fe rente KinderlKMilc N
lion JohnC. lleil M C lion J U. II Irk
David I. Gilt
Wnslilugtoii. 1). C.
No. 6S3 V. Streot. N. W.
Kormorly prlnulpal examiner pen-
I) It I1AUT1UTT.
Yeterioary Surgeon Surgeon Dentist.
S E. cor. Noble and First
Wyant & McCrary's
First .Class Uigs A ivnyn Hnatly.
Hack line ruimlnK erory day )iiweriiuut
tW nd L'handlvr. excent Sundays. V S
U ill ll.i .r l.i nn. tlu
..hi U Vm H.U H
Burrows' Stage Liae.
Lino between l'orry anil I'awnoe. Stop
at Morrison's for dinner. Leave I'orrj
every inorulutr at 0. I'awnee ut 9.
Agents to Bell our row booU Dic-
tionary of United States History by
I'rof. J. Franklin Jameson. Needed
by ever teacher pupil and family;
Indorbed by proKS and juibl'e. Agents
i-elliue; fifty books per week. SuccesM.
ful agents made general spouts. II 'jr
pay. I'UlUTAtf-l'UllLUSllJNa CO.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 131, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 7, 1895, newspaper, November 7, 1895; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73478/m1/2/: accessed June 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.