The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 147, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 27, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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Knlercil tti the txwt omoe In Guthrie Okla..
a sccond-clas mall matter.
17 the Leader rrlntlnjr Company
LESLIE O. N1ULACK Editor.
Only Uurutns.ritpar 1'oblLhml In Unthrle.
tuficlnt Urcsn of Oklahoma Democracy
The Onirlut Or na of Laean Conntr.
WEDNESDAY NOV. 20. 1895.
'Ihk Daii.v Leader accepts advcrtls.
Ins with tho distinct and positive guar-
antee that It has double tho paid
circulation of auy newspaper published In
Tiik Lkader Hlndery Is one of tho best
Institutions of tho kind In tho West and Is
dilly turning out largequantlttasofworlc.
bend In yourordors for binding and blank
books and they will bo promptly attended
HUiisoniiTioN hat ma.
law sllalt be rhtilletijtd a iliilcnt Id?
the land so entered upon the payment
to the lacat land officers tlf the usual
and customary fee and no other1 or
further charge of any kind whatsoever
Mi all be required from such settler to
entitle him to a patent for tho lrttlil
covered by his entry.
"Provided That tho right to com-
mute any such entry- and pay for said
lands In the option of any such set-
tler nnd In the time and at tho prices
now fixed by existing laws shall re-
main In full force nnd effect."
Thcro will probably bo no trouble
In getting It through tho house and in
the tencto several influential mem
bcrs of both parties nro pledged to its
hearty support It Is a matter of
of much moment to Oklahoma a mat
ter of the saving of 830.000000.
ins Has Ever Known. Words ef Pralso
from a New York Lady for
" I would like to add lny Uttlmoiiy to
Hint of others nho 1iiio used A.ver's
1'IIM nnd to nay that 1 Intvo taken tlirm
for tunny soar mid nlwny derived llio
best results from their inc. l'orstom-
nrh and liver trouble and for the euro
of hondnrlie ruined by tlieso rirrntigc
tueuK Acer's Tills canu-l be equaled.
imii&mHHmHt&&titt to )m n mrniifm w Miird.U?
Spoke Dltrnprctfulljr of Idy.
McAirruun Ohio Nov. 20. At the
fair grounds here C. H. Hogers was
ridden on a rail and afterward tarred
and feathered. The sheriff arrived
and prevented further maltreatment
but advjscd tie victim to take to the
woods at once which ho did. The
offense was speaking disrespectfully
of aladv school teacher at this place.
Ooe month dollveied In city I 60
uneraoninny man so
Three months '. 1 SO
Six month 3 00
Jno year e 00
six months I SO
line year 100
Low Di'N'iuvkx has simply bjgJ""1
out again at tho amedci'
Dc.Vt wait urtlMJ"ft8t 1m10Be"
to put yourSoT'dly avortlslnff in
it. Sn. Clarke's statehood move
is all right but we trust ho is well
provided with terminal facilities.
We are confident that when the
proper llrap arrives Mr. itayard will
bo ablo to apologize the kinks out of
Lord Dunraven's feelings.
Shot lilt UlTorced Wife.
Clkvih.a.vo Ohio Nov. 20. Uushrod
Kelch for several years has done llttio
but drink whisky. A few weeks ago
his wifis obtained a divorce. VestoHl
day afternoon while drunk he-1'"
her in the right temple c'u(.
He theu shot himself t1 .
.. ... . .ah - -- ...--
mo nan was extra1
. l5Spliyslclan nays that the
TmJSSf iJeo X"I ls not alarming.
(ordered thnt policies on three Chlcngo
sky-scrapers be cancelled xney iosi
faith Lu the tire department.
"'iMn. I'pAic of Kansas City has been
appointed minister to Switzerland.
Tfliexe In t a finer country in the
world to match with that name.
Mr. Uaiiiiibo.n falls to understand
why there is so much talk about a
third term when the wholo business
van be settled by a second terra.
A :.ak on the west wide claims to
have invented a way to make wood
palatable. How will thus effect the
price of plain board?
Is; his letter of protest to Lord Sal -sbury
the aal tan promises to execute
reforms. This would certainly be an
improvement on his old habits of exe-
Sometimes the moot care
ful women arc the most care
less. Many a woman bun
die. herself up to keep out
the cold to keep out slck
tiess when she Is ncgleo
tlnjr the very worst slckjicss
that can come to a woman.
She allows a slight disorder
to become worse to slowly
sap her vitality The little
pain and the other slight in.
dications of trouble seem
to her unimportant She
?:ocs on with Increasing suf.
erlt.fr until life itself be.
comes a drag. Nervousness
" sinking spells" digestive
disturbances and fifty other
complications may arise
from the derangement of the organs dis.
tinctly feminine. Over thirty years ago.
the need for a reliable remedy for so-called
" female complaints" was recognized by
Dr. K. V. Pierce then as now chief con.
suiting physician to the World's Uispcn
nary and Invalids' Hotel at Buffalo NAY.
He prepared Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre.
seriptlon the most wonderfully effective
remedy that has ever been used for such
maladies. Sold bv all medicine dealers.
Wtieiux'T friends ask mo what Is tha
i5J&tvrenK'dy for disorders of tho stom-
Wli liver or bowels my Invnrlablo
nuswer ls Ayer'.t Pills. Taken In sea-
son they will break up a cold prevent
la grippe ehcek fever and rcgulnto tho
digestive organs. They nro easy to
take and nre Indeed the best nil-round
family medicine I have ever known."
Mrs. May .Toiixsox SOS IWder Avenue
New York City. ' '
Hlghost Honors at World's Fair
flyer's Sarjip.rilla Caret ill Blood Disorders.
Ladles attending parties dances
operas and wish their hair dressed in
tho latest styles should call on Mrs.
Warner at the Fair. lm
in trie luiii's Car.
jMenagerle lions arc treated to strange
and sometimes attractive spectacles
nowadays. In Paris the serpentine
dance has been frequently performed In
the cages of the supposed monarch of
the desert exhibited at fairs. At Tal-
line In the Iserc two barbers and a
shoemaker entered a cage of lions yes-
terday accompanied by the tnmer In
order to win a wager. One of the bar-
bers sat down In a chair was lathered
by his colleague and shaved by the
shoemaker who wielded the razor wltll
the most consummate coolness and skill.
The trio were enthusiastically ac-
claimed as they emerged from the cage
and won the wager. Paris letter to
Territory of Oklahoma County 8f Lo
gan 6S. In probate Court.
Notice is hereby given that on tho
22d day of November A. D. 1895 E
I). Nix Died in tho probato coutt of
the county of Logan and Territory of
Oklahoma a petition praying for let-
ters of administration to bo Issued to
him upon the estate of William (Jill
deceased lata of the county of Logan
anu Territory or uuiatioma.
And pursuant to an order of onld
probate court Monday tho 10th day
of December A. D 18K5 at the hour
of 0 o'clock a.m. of said day that
being a day of tho regular November
Terra A. D. 1895 of said Probato
Court has been appointed' as the titno
for said application when and where
any person interested may contest said
petition by filing wrilton opposition
thereto on the ground of Incompetency
of the applicant cr may assert his own
rights to the administration and pray
that letters bo issued to himself.
Witness S. S Lawrence Judge ot
tho Probate Court of tho Coun l f Ij
gan and tho seal of uAt n ISO'
thi '"nd dv of Novongber A. D. 189j.
the ..na yrenco.Tybatc Judge
vmt nubllshcd In the Dally Leader Nov
Notlco for Publication.
Land Offlco at Guthrie Ok. Tor. Nov 12
Notlco ls hereby given that tao follow-
ing named settler has filed uotlco of his
Intention to mako final proof In support of
his claim and that 3ald proof will bum ado
before tho register and recolver atUuth-
rle Oklahoma on December 21 189S
Alfred Mooro for lot 1 of sec 3 and lot n
of seel twplO n r 3 w.
)lo names tho following witnesses to
provo his continuous rcsldenco upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
Jay Mcado. Philip Coleman Edward
Meade. Jcnnlo Jackson all of Outhrln.
A. N J. Chook
SUCH unheard a
aotttnttjtcumaimmimf n ii mT
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
HATS I siumP in prices
ever heard. I he
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS I
f itiit H
ffl TUB LATEST SIIAPUS IN i
I STIFF HATS.
Twt statehood question seems to be-
taking on considerable vim nnd. col or
in the territory. Hut from where we
sit it looks like there will not be
enough artists in tho next congress to
paint an enabling net.
Wb do not see why Elizabeth Cadj
Stanton is entitled to especial credit
Wcaiibe sho admits that who Is 80 yean
old. After a girl reaches 7.1 then
rarely Is anything to bo gained by coj
dlbslmitlatlou .In such raattcri any
Wmi.K tho Democratic and llepubll-
can uatlonal conventions come high
tho Populists are holding theirs at a
flromalo price. Chairman Taubencck
f.aysS5'oo6 will get It and as Milwau-
kee has already raised half the amount
without creating jealousy in other
municipal hearts doubtless tho Cream
Oily will put tho third party show on
Tho ball to be given by the military
company Thanksgiving night promises
to be tho swellcst affair In years. Tho
regimental band will furnfslt music
the floor will bo canvassed and every-
thing done to afford comfort to guests.
Whllo stopping in the city you will
do well to call on Mrs. Newton corner
Vilas and ltroad for a good home-
like boarding place good meals and
comfortable rooms at reasonable
rates. II 24 tf
Every Saturday at the Llttlef Victor
Commission House First street. Great
bargains in ladies' and gents goods.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powdct
m pure of so great la lea-
enlng power as tho Royal.
Dandruff forms when tho glands of
the skin are weakened and if neg-
lected bnldness is suro to follow.
Hall's Hair llcncwer la the best preventive.
Here 1 am with another car of that
McAlester nut coal 85.50 per ton de
Uvercd. N. F. Cheadle.
A nice residence with Btablo and
water at reasonable price. Call at 210
North Division. lm
First published in the Dally Leader
Sept. 14 1895.
Notico for publication.
In tho district court within und for
Logan county Oklahoma territory.
Charles W. RanBOm plaintiff vs. Ma-
ry O. Jones. John A. Smith Joseph W.
Miller and Harvey U McKcnnon Chan-
dler McKennon and Fannie R. MclCen-
non aa heirs of Francis It. McKennon;
and Samuel Murphy and Harry Pente-
cost administrators of said McKennon
Said defendants Harvey L. McKen-
non Chandler McKennon and Fannie
It McKennon heirs of Francis H. Mc-
Kennon will take notice that they
have been sued in the above named
court to quiet the title of the real es-
tato described in the plaintiff's com-
plaint to-wlt: Lot nlno (0) in block
forty-seven (47) in the subdivision of
the city of Uulhrio formerly known as
Quthrio proper In caid county and
territory and to have tho legal tltlo
to said real estate divested out of said
abovo named defendants and each and
ovcry of them and vested In said
plalutlfT and that said plaintiff bo do-
clared both tho legal and equltablo
owner of said real estate; and that
they must answer the petition filed
therein on or boforo the 23th day of
October 1895 or said petition will be
taken as true and judgment entered
in said action divesting the legal title
as prayed for in plalntl'ffs complaint.
Attest: Louis E. Pitts
Clerk of said court.
Alfred a DoWitt Deputy.
Kcaton & Colteral atly's for plfl.
greatest November bargains ever offered in
Men's Boys' and Children's Suits and Over-
coats. Without ' inspecting the goods you
can form no conception of how real cheap
they are. We are not given to brag bio v
and bluster as some of these aspiiants for
our trade. Ours is always a plain straight-
forward statement of facts and we back up
every assertion made in our advertisements
or you can have your money back if you
wish it. When we say as we do that you
can buy from us new seasonable clothing
not old plunder cheaper than elsewhere we
mean it. We can sell you a good service-
able man's overcoat for $3. We have them
higher the price depends on the quality; but
mark it down that we will give you qual:ty
considered the biggest bargains in town.
You will need an overcoat soon why not buy
Let us call your attention to our strictly
all wool English Clay Worsted suits that we
and we alone are selling for a ten dollar bill.
We have othe's lower in price but way up
in quality. If yoil zmmmmmmmmmmm
w nt Clothing
buy now at
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
TIIK LATKST STYIiHSISr
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS I
MENS HOYS ANU CIUI.DRKN'S
LEVY'S BEE HIVE
Tjik drouth is responsible for the
oss of thousands of dollars. Tho Ohio
river Interests have been virtually
aralyied for months on account of
bo low water and other hard-luck
ctorlcH are coming in. Saw mills along
the Cheat river have been compelled
10 shut down. Tliero" are millions of
feet of lumber along the hhorcs of that
htruam that cannot bo moved. And the
Cheat Is only one river among scores.
For sale At Leader ofllce; one half
medium Chandler fe Price Qordon
press 14x20. It is in perfect condi-
tion and is running every day at our
ofilca. We must make room for large
proas. tf -
Cloaks and wraps'to suit any purso
at The Fair.
Teachers' registers best found
printed bound in raanilla and cloth
for sale at Hoyle's book store. The
law says t'ueso registers arc required
to be used by teachers in all public
schools Approved by Superintendent
Tut: Cherokee council passed an act
making it unlawful for a citizen to em-
ploy nou-cltlzcn cleiks book-keepers
or managers. The chief vetoed the
the inoaburo aud it was passed over
his head. This is of a plcco which the
prospective legislation 'attempted by
the Chiokasaws und Choctaws. Such
laws cau cinly act injuriously upon tho
tribe and hasten the day of dissolu-
tion. It does seem that their legisla-
tors ought to bo able to see that such
laws cau not be enforced aud lessen
the respect of the people for their gov-
ernmont. They are conceived in an
intense dislike for' tha non-citUen
The business men of the Cherokee Na-
tion anil their customers will be the
chief sufferers. Tho clerks and book
keepers can fiud new 'employers but
it will be hard to fill their places with
(First published In the Dully Leader
NOV. 10 1SU3.J
Ltnl Oll!c.j tttauUirie.0. T Nov. 0
NotIc Is hereby given that I ho fallow
ing named sot Jer has tiled uotl'.o of his
Into V'-ri fo make Una! nroo' Iiim pnort
of hU ni'i'.aud that said p.Gwfwidrr
made . eloro tho register und roce.ivo
United Steles land olllco at Guthrie
Oklahoma on December 17 1893 vlt;
Jo1 uli. Williams who mado h 0 2531
for the lots 4 and 5 and tho w qr mv qr
sec 2 tp 10 n r 3 w.
Ho names tho following witnesses to
provo his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land:
Wulluutv Urban Jny Mead Alexander
Thomas Charles K Hcholleld all of
Guthrie O. T.
A. N. J. ClOOK Uoglstai.
Territory of Oklahoma Logan County
J. V. Durllng plaintiff vs. William
II. Long Aldoras Long Llslo Long
Victor Long Pearlio Long and Kva
Myrtle Long defendants.
Notice is hereby given that by vir-
tue of an order of sale to me directed
and delivered and now in my hands
issued out of the clerk's ofllco of the
First judicial District court territory
of Oklahoma In und for tho county of
Logan upon a judgment rendered
In said court In f nvor of J . V. Dutllng
and against William Long Aldoras
Long Elsie Long Victor Lopg Pearlio
Long and Eva Myrtle Long I have
levied upon tho following described
real estate of said defendants to-wlt:
The west naif of the northeast quar
ter of Boctlon thlrty-three(33) In town-
ship fifteen (15) north of range two
(2) west of the Indian meridian in
Logan county. O. T. containing eighty
acres more or less accoruing to tne
government survey and Ishallon Mon-
day the 10th day of December 1895
at the hour of 2 o'clock n. m. of said
day at the east door of tho District
court house in Outhrle O. T. lu said
county and territory proceed to 6ell
the right title and interest of the
above named William II. Long Aldoras
Long Elsie Long Victor Long
Pearlio Long and Eva Myrtle Long
In and to tho above described prop-
erty to satisfy said judgment and
costs amounting to 8270.77 together
with all accruing costs of sale and in
terest on the same from tho 27th day
of September 181)5 at the rate of 12
per cent per annum at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash.
W. W. I'AINTKIt
Sheriff of Tfogan county
Hy II. W. Painter Deputy.
John V. Stone Plaintiffs attornoy.
; Dated at (luthrio this 14 th day of No-
LIVE AND LET LIVE.
Fine Clean First-Class Short Order House.
Oysters Served in Every Style.
OrEN DAY AND NIGHT.
OKLAHOMA AVENUE OPPOSITE THE RUSH"
ri.VNN'S ritKK IIOilK IIILI..
: It ! fcaid that Delegate Dennis
riynn is bending all lib energies to-
' wards getting freo homes for Okla-
lioSua. In this work he will have the
co-operation of all Oklahomans and
if the movement Is successful it will be
a fcathre in Flynu's"cap. According
to Washington dispatches Mr. Flynn
has drafted a new freo home bill the
text.orwbich Is as follows: "That all
cottiers under tho homestead laws of
the United States upon the public
lands acquired by treaty or agreement
from the various Indian tribes In the
territory of Oklahoma who have re-
tjdvd or who shall hereafter reside
upon tho tract entered is food faith
lor the period rcqulr VJ xUtiflg
first Published in Dally Leader Oc-
Vnllra In liMii.r fflvAn flint Ml a. fipft
I slou of the board of commissioners of Lo
gan couuty. Oklauoma territory noia on
theSSdday of Sept A I) 1SU5 a petition
tlgucd by John J Watkln aud others of
Uuthhlu township asking for a view and
a survey for tho purpose of locating a
certain couuty road described as follows-
ThrotiRh tlm westnart oftboonorth-
west quarter of section 4 In township
ltl. n of r 2 w I M. The east line of said
road to be on lino with tho east lino of
Vlnostre l In thocltv of Guthrlo and to
nitend ersterlv from said cast line IX)
leot lu width and that a road purporting
to bo laid oa the east side and next ad-
joluiug to the Santa Ve railroad right of
way bo abrogated and held for naught
and thn roadou the section line a& pro-
vided for I y the statute of Oklrhoma be-
tween the n w qr of said section 4 and tho
no qr sees be taken up aud discontinued
was presented and 'hat D M Uennett M
M Sholton and E V Titus viewers and
11 L White county surveyor will meet at
theplacoof beglnnliiK of said road on
tho 13th day of Nov.. A D 1895 at 10
o'clock a in of said day and proceed to
view and survey said road aau give all
parties a hearing.
Done by order of tho board of cowials-
B'oner of Logan county Oiclakow ter-
ritory. R Kumwtt Stewart
County Clerk and Clerk of said KoarJ.
First published lu tho Dally Leader
Sept. 8. 1895. J
Notlco for Publication.
Land onJce at Guthrie Ok. Sept 7
Notlco Is herobvslvcn that the follow
ing named settler lias llod njtlco of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim aud that said proof will bo
mado beioro mu register aim receiver at
Guthrie on Oct. 18 1895 viz:
JJeujaroln llarrett for the southeast
quarter of nectlou 25 township 17 range
'lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land vlt:
Willis Hewos and William Canning of
licrwlck P. O. and Chai. Gerlach and
James W. Harper of Guthrie O. V.
2009 A. N. J. Crook Uegis'er.
The Mistletoe Bar
Cor. Oklahoma Ave. and Division
One Block From Hotel Royal.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goock
In Stock all the Time
lo-Yonr-Old Whlsfcoy and tt full lino of Standard Cigars.
Fine Billiard Parlor. Telephone No. 95
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager.
Aro tlio Host On Earth.
Bicycles bought sold and exchanged. Bicycles sold on install-
ments. Our prices and guarnnteo will interest you. Full line
of cyclo sundries. Repairing of all kinds done and work guar-
anteed. Give us a call. .
Oklahoma Bicycle Comfy
113 113 1-2 Oklahoma Ate.
E. N. KNAUSS. Manager.
First publtshed in the
GtmilUK tt T. Nov. 23 1805.
At a meetingjfof tho !county com-
missioners of Logan county O. T Oc-
tober terra A. D 1695. held Jon 22nd
day of November the following notice
for blda for the construction of four
wooden bridges in Logan county ac-
cording to plans' and specifications
now on file In the ottlce of tho county
lllds must be Died before 10 o'clock
Dec. 2 1001.
We reserve the right to reject any or
a P. Athektox
Chairman Co. Commissioners of Logan
CeBty Clrk aa4 Clerk ef sW board
Ky X. J 0. Johxwx Deputy
For Bargains in
Spencer Hardware Co.
A FULL UNI! OF
Guns and Ammunition.
Shot Guns to Rent.
1896 Crimson Rim Syracuse
Can be ready for delivery In about a? days.
Cheapest Place on Earth !
Second hand furniture-of all kinds. Come and get prices before you buy.
Cash Paid For All Kinds of Second Hand Goods.
50. I. Richmond.
309 Oklahoma Ave. west.
Winter is coming ! Buy the Best j
No Soot. No Clinkers. No Waste.
The best coal on the market.
None better for domestic nnd steam use.
S5.50 pER TON &5.50
Weicker & Fairfield
Sols agents for Alderswi Goal.
Phono 20.- Ofllco rear of depot. Order now and avoid the rush.
WALLY ONG'S CAFE
Oysters Fish and Game of all Kinds on H
an tne ume.
Only fckert rrfer knsf In Guthrie
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