The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 89, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 12, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LKADhU (.1 nililK DKLIK)M
Entered In the pott office atanthrle Oil.
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Bf tba Rentier Printing Uompinj
LRHLIR U. NlItLAOK - Kdttor.
STILL .1 A II AUA.IA.
Mann of Oklahoma City Talks
to Oio Grandstand.
099CUI Orient! of Oklahoma Dmoerer
One month delivered In ell).
One month by mill ...
Three montbt. . . ..
Blx months ........
one rear -
SUNDAY SRIT. II 1897.
A NEW iVrB TIIK OKLAHOMA?.
The following pertinent and truth
ful articlo la reproduced from tho
WicUita Eagle. The KaRle views Ok-
lahoma through well-wiped glasses:
How truo it la that men make states
is now tnnrkcdly illustrated by Okla-
homa. Tlio southoner brought his cot-
ton and the northerner his corn and
wheat to (Ills common ground. Some
ot the towns and tnoBl 1 the neigh-
borhoods Id southern Oklahoma early
reflected the origin of their Inhabit
ants all tlio northern towns and
neighborhoods displayed northern
tr&'ts. (Iradua'.ly thbso two ulemcntH
have merged. The cotton field began
to creep north to Outline then passed
Outhrlo to l'erry and now It is almost
to the Kansab State line. Northern
nicthods of fanning and economy have
crept down past Oklahoma City to the
fcouthernmost limits ot tlio territory.
The Oklahoma character has been
formed. Out of tho chsrsallB it is
neither northern or southern. The
Oklahoman has become as distinct a
typo as tho Kansas and Texan. Yet
ho Is neither Kansan or Texan.
First last and all the time ho Is for
Oklahoma Is tho Oklahoma man. He
has tho depth of state pride of a south-
ener and all tho declamatory boastful-
ness of a norlhcner with a resultant
bincority of assertion which is unim-
peachable. Arkansas may havo raised
some wonderful crops tuts year. Wc do
not know. Tho nation docs not know.
It does not scorn to bo in the southoner
to tell the world of his ability. Hut wc
know and tho wholo nation knows
that Oklahoma has raised tho most1
wonderful crop of wheat in tho history
ot tho world; that its corn was par ex-
cellence and it is now picking a cotton
crop unequalled aroa considered by
any cotton growing country on tho
globe. Tho northern lustlct In Okla-
homa could not let this fact remain
pleasantly in its own bottom. It had
to promulgate tho fast. It was forced
by a species ot inherent pressure to
announce it aggressively to tho world
Aud the southoner not given to boast-
ing milder and moro decorous in
speech with no established discount
onhts ovldencc has added tho fast
truo color of the northern declarations
which has forced them to be aeeopted
all over tho Union not as the extrava-
gant and untrustworthy boom litera
ture ot over-zealous enthusiast but
as tho truth and tho wholo truth
Tho advantage to Oklahoma will bo
a tremendous growth through immi-
gration. It is inevitable. SHU out of
material advantage Oklahoma's most
admirable olllco In tho history of the
nation of commingling tho people of
two 6cctlons and from them estab-
lishing a new and admirable typo.
"I see that Buffalo Dill has reached
a happy solution of a problem that Itas
long been bothering him" said Mr. D.
J. Mann of Oklahoma Oity at the
Jefferson last night. "liver since
Cody has beou ruunlng his 'Wild West
show bis greatest trouble has been to
koep Die Indians Mexicans cowboys
and lately the other nationalities ho
has addod to his aggregation sober
enough to perform tliotr acts. The
Indians' love for ilre-walor is prover-
bial; they will got drunk at every
opportunity and tho cowboy dooB
too. I don't know much about the
other races but am told that whon
thoy joined the show Uioy soon ac-
quired an uppettto for llUor that was
astonishing to the other members of
"Now tho trouble with these people
la that thoy never acqulro what Is
kiiown as a 'still jsg' but whon thoy
get a few drinks under their vest go
oil" on a rip-roaring jamboree that Is
nevor complote until they have shot
out a fow lights in bar rooms or in-
dulged in other gun play that lands
them in a jail or station house Hill
would havo to bail them out because
be not only needed thorn in his busi-
ness but was responsible under bond
to return tho Indians to their reserva-
tion safe and sound and when ho be
gan to figure up this itom of expense
ho set about soma way to keep thorn
away from whisky He first tried to
solve tho problem by warning all tho
bar-keepers in each town visited that
it was airalnst the law to sell IndianB
Intoxicants but with every new town
visited tho braves would find seme
saloon that would tako tholr money in
exchange for liquor and tho first
thing Hill would know ho would hear
a cannonading in some partof the city
which upon Investigation would turn
out to bo boine of tils men on the war-
path "ihon ho cast about him for a harm
less substiluteraud after repeated ex-
periments thinks he has at last suc-
cessfully solved the projlem. Ho has
bad built an Immense coffee pot hold-
ing a hundred gallons in which a
Grst-class quality of coffee Is always
kept steaming hot. The pot is tipped
by machinery and every time one of
his employes feels a strange tickling
in the region of his thorax ho hastons
to tbo monster cotTec pot and takes a
drink. Tbo tickling disappears like
magic and in tho evenings Hill easily
rounds up all hands in u cold sober
condition and eo no wonder he smiles
every lime lie glances in the direction
of that mammoth urn." Washington
BIG STRIKE IN NEW YORK.
Tlio assessor's report for 1807 shows
a rcmarkftblo growth in the wealth
and population of Poltawalomlo coun-
ty during tho last year. Thoro are
said to bo now 22000 people In tho
county and its stands fourth In Okla
lioma as to taxable wealth. Here an '
some ot the interesting Ogurcs: Acres
of land in farm use 18H.670; under
funce 14.1203; cash valuo of J farms (a J
low estimate) S5t)3S72; corn average
17020; cotton -l.ftJT; corn on hand
February! 147131 bushels horses J
38110 inn 1m 1511; milch cows 3 B!V.
other cattle 3056; hogs 01102; nutn-1
her of appl tretfi p'anted lui.ffn. pears
1 04P peaches 20S Bprlcot. 21ns )
plums 2.5Mi; cherry 3.489; quince 400.
Says tho Shawnee Nows:
"The increase in thoacreago of vine-'
yards and small fruits over 1 iy6 '
amsunts to nearly 500 per cent while'
the value of horticultural products
markotcd in the year ending February
1 1800 ovor tho previous year shows
an increase of nearly 1000 percent.
Another yaar will witness the proving
up of hundreds of acres of homestead
lands aud porlmps some national leg-
islation taxing allotments which will
easily placo this coutity at the hoad of
tho list. At this time moro valuable
development is going on and a larger
and more substantial incrcaso is being
made in population and wealth than
In any othor two counties in the tern
ItnQTtl CARS (EQUAlTO
130 ORDINARY CAB')
TO TRANSPORT IT
1000 PEOPLE TO C
DUCT AND PtlE
1 SEMT IT. IOO
' CAGES AMOrHW)-
I0T5 FOR I
IN UF AND EXHIBITION-
At WfALTH. THIS
YEAR PRE-EHTIHG TP'l
TO ITS MILLIONS OF PA
TROHS THF GRANDEST THtC
HOLIDAY TB.tET DtMOMiTRATIOII
EVER SEEN IN AMY AGE OR
OUCSTRY. uiJJHLttvmu '
ON Trie PUULIU Miunnwn
ORIGINAL DEPARTURE IN PROCESS-
IOMAI AMAZEMENTS. RIM6UM& BROS
iTRtMEMDOOS.NtW SPECTACULAR STREET.
I'our 'I liiiiKiiiiil lili'titrln I.Iiik Ijiliorrr.
0ult li Hi'ouro Oterilun 1Vbm
Xkw YonK. Sept. 11. The l.noo men
who had been nt work on tho New
Kdgertan trolly lino on MmlUoti mid
Four tli iireiutei. ulruck to-dny lxeuiiso
they had received no pay for three
weeks. '1. V. Crimmliis . Co. nro the
llrjun NillM it Tlilnf
Attiimom Kiwi. Sept II. A feature
of thi' Hryiwi mititig here yesterday
whm tho orator's cupturo of iv pick-
pocket. Aw the peoplo crowded up to
the stand after the speech a pick-
pocket got in his work through tho
crowd until he hud Hindi' his wuy tip
to ltryon. The light fingered gontle-
man tried to "touch" the orator white
iflkiiifr him thr glad baud and was
vsixett lv Iiih intended victim who
wig out: "I (old hilil iMiyw." People
by tlie dozen discovered Uioy had been
rolilicd The lirtt policeman to nrrivn
found lli-rmi hanging to tho thief in
cop" wty'i Tin- limit N a
Tiik basis of prosperity Is produo-
tion; production dependk upon indus-
try und henco the necessity that ev-
eryone capablo should bo usefully em-
ployed. As long as thoro's a million
or moro working men in this country
wiio are Idlo it is folly to say wo have
prosperity. Production needs pur-
chasers and peoplo out ot work oau-
not buy as they otherwise would.
It sooms that Col. John Lawrence
MuUivau has an occasional hi old mo-
ment. Ho has just told tho Hostonlans
tliat "YVorso men than I havo been
selected by better men than youi'Vl'hat
comeB plaguoy near being a sol. plex.
Ilmt tin Siittiltltt.
Com Mill A Mo Sept. 11 T. It.
ltlllio .1 politician ot Itoouo county
committed suicide last night near Ash-
land by taking n done of laudanum
und then shooting himself. The Jliibh
from hl piNtol set lilt olotlios 011 lire
and hi IhmIv whs badly huriiud. llo
huh 1 1 years old and married with
six children and wnw In good clrcnin-
.loliimlit Kiliiiiiml. l I'rufl
Kankvh City. .Ma Sept. 11. John-
nie Kdmiimlt i onco inure free. His
hIsUt Miw JeMle Kdtiittndw reeulved
thlt telegram from Attorney U. A.
Illckland now in Colorado Spring
litis morning: "Johnnie Is free." Mr.
Hick laud and tho boy will leave Colo-
rado springs for Kansas City to-night
(wiriiur llritke' Ilnillli I'our.
I'm ki.mioii Si'Hixo. Io SapL II.
iovernor UrwUe of Iowa will return to
the 1)1 in this evening ills lionlth is
ptMir and ho eoiuen to roiuaiii Indall-
nitelv. He will be accoiiqinuted by ills
fctmtli Afrlrnii Mlue llurror
.loll ANMIU KO Sept. 11. All oxplo-
1011 of dynamite huk taken place iu
the mugttiiie of the tieorgo (loch Deep
Uvel iiiinc. cutisiiig terrible havoc
Five xliile men and twenty-Uve Katir-.
are liuuuu to huvc Ijeon killed.
I.11 man Russell's oxotiso for her
fondness of marrying is that site
"wants a man's hat aud stick on her
hat rack." This must make her bovy
of husbands feel like a junk shop syndicate
Tiik credit and good name of tho
capital city must be preserved. A bus!
ness man who "wolfs" a farmjr at the
expenee of the town's reputation for
honesty in business should be
It may be thatsovoral wisps of town
weeds have crawled Into couao private
local scales and jarred the balance.
The council should cnt thece weeds
bias at one
Mn HaKRIty and Governor O'For-
rail are vainly look log for tho holes
they loft in the Democratic party wheu
they declared seeo&ilon.
CuKUitruLMuas Is all ri('ht enough
but Evans tbo Paris dontUt has made
S35.000.0OO by looking down in tee
Manv local busiues) msii are sadly
in need of large deposits of human
Punwc aeslcu uny
yet you bet.
make as happy
Vi s.-pt 11 -1!
jf U IiimI.T ut .1 hr il
111 jr iliimt ' clew-it
Uillcl ami main were iniuicd
People often wonder why tholr nerves ate
eo weak; why they get tlrod so easily;
why they start at every slight bet
sudden sound; why they do not sleep
naturally; why they havo frequent
headaches Indigestion and nervous
Tho explanation la simple. It is found in
that impure blood which is contin-
ually feeding the nerves upon refuse
Instead ot the elements of strength and
vigor. In such condition opiate and
nerve compounds simply deaden and
do not cure. Hood's Barsaparilla feeds
the nerves pure rich red blood; gives
natural sleep perfect digestion iu the
true leuiody for all nenous troubles.
Is tlie One True Wood I'uriner. 11 per bottle.
Prepared only by a I. Hood & Co. Lowell Matt.
THE NEW WAY.
k-Zn WOMEN used
&gA) tu think ' te-
"'Jl'xr could only be
yJ Ss. treated ai-'t lw
'C cal examina
tions" by physi-
cians. Dread of
kept thousands c I
client about th'ir
Wine of Cardul has now d-mon-
s'rated that nine-tenths of all the
cus-s of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician s attention
at all. The simple pure
taken In the privacy cf a woman's
own home insures qua It fl ef ard
rpeedy cure. Wcmfn n"d not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardul re-
quires no humiliating examina-
tions for 113 adoption. It cire 3 any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles"- .disordered
menses falling of the womb
"whites" change of life. Itmakes
women beautiful by making thorn
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1 00 at
the drug store.
For advice in cues requlrlnr special
directions address iivlnc symptoms.
th " Ladles' Advisory Department.'
The Chattanooc Medicine Co Chatta-
W. I. ADDISON M.D. Cary Mils. syi:
"I use Wins of Cardul extensively In
my practlceand find lla most excellent
preparation for female troubles."
lTTI li .JK"
I THE MOST ENORMOUS VI3IOn W
1 OEAUTY AND GRANDEUR EVER torr
ICEIVED BY MAM PROMINENT.
IAMOMO THESE 30-3ECTIOMS ARE'
SECTION Z9 SUPERB SCENE OF
I THC ORIENT A COLOSSAL CAR-
Iavam IN FULL EQUIPMENT wrrH
HERDS OF CAMELS BEARING) THE
WEALTH OF ORIENTAL LOOMS ACROSS
I THE DESERT.
SECTION 10 -SPLEH-
I DID PROCESSIONAL
PORTRAYAL OF THE
I FAMOUS EN6LISH
I DERBY DAY REPRESENTING HI&M
ENGLISH SOCIETY ON ITS WAY TO
ITHE DERBY RACES. MAGNIFICENT
11 SPIDERS. COACHES H0
I AIL MANNER CF5VIIU
SECTI0M2l-WARrARE IN THE-
IPUNJAUB. HERDS OF WAR
ELEPHANTS HARNE3SED TO
ICANNON. ESCORTED BY HOOHTtD
OUT-OOIMO ALL PnEVI'JU IFFOl-
IN NEW DI6 rCATORt THE MOST
NOTED Or WHICH ARE THE WORLD
W DC KNOWN LOCKHART
THE GREATEST SEMSATIOH
THROUGHOUT ALLTHE UAD
IN& CITIES OF EUROPE
AND NOW SEEN FOP.
THE FIRST TIME! WITH ANY
TRAVELING CIRCUS IN AMERICA
THE MOST WONDERFUL
FOREIGN FEATURE EVER
imthoouced into tent-I
ED AMUSEMENTS IN THISl
IN EUROPE WHERE THESE MAR-
VELLOUS ELEPHANT ACTORS WERE
TRAINED AND PER
FECTED THEY HAVE
CREATED A MOST
SATIOH EVEN ROY
ALTY ITSELF DEINCj AN INTER-
ESTED SPECTATOR THEIR LU
DICROUS COMEDY PLAYS SO
SEMBLE and - 0 a m m q
DEPICT THE AC
TION5 AND MO
"i 10 sun I
AN EDUCATION FREE
P. NEWMAN. THE TAILOR
will present a certificate entitling the bearer to any one of
the following complete courses viz: Business Shorthand
Typewriting Penmanship or Telegraph in
THE CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS
FREE OF CHARGE!
First publlsliod In tl 0 Dully Louder
August 14. 1807.
Notice Tor Publication
Land olllco at K'ngQthur U. T Ang-
list 12. 1807.
Ntitico Is hoioby Blvon that tlio follcw-
Ing-namod settlor has 11 led notlco of nor
Intonlioii to mako tlnal uroof In smiport
ot hnr claim and that said proof will ha
inado boforc tho ruKlatcr anil rocnlver at
KliiRQihnr O. T. on Sout lrt 1807. vlit
Laura M Mnplo II. K. No 5078 for
tho iw ijr of Roc 2.1 In twp 10 r 4.
Sha names tho following witnesses to
provo hor continuous rosldenco upon and
cultivation of said Ian 1 viz:
Josoph llunsard. of Cedar V. Oj John
W llrodle of Cedar I. O.. Ueorirti L.
Andorsnn of Guthrie 1. O j Lnvl Scrlv-
nor of Outhrlo P. O.
li. O. Sl'lI.viA.N Keglstor.
I First puulUhcd In tho Dully Loader
Notice i'or Publication.
1 and olllco at Outhrlo Okla August
Noilsn It horoby given that tho following-named
settlor fiiiH filed notice of his
Intention to make liual proof In support
of his claim and that said proof will lio
made liefuru tho roglstor and rocolver LT.
S. land 0 111 re at Outhrlo Okla. on Sep-
tember Ml 1807 vlit:
I'lalrvlllo llroutix for the o hf s w qr
sec IS of tp 17 u r 1 w.
Ho names tho following wltnossofl to
provn his continuous roglduico 11 pun and
cultivation of sulil laud vlt:
Hilary Whitlow. Danlol Shea. Daltou
Smith Alphonso J Alston all of Lang-
ton. O. T.
4830 A N. J. CitooK Keglstor.
MILITARY AND MOVING ON TO
THE ENCOUNTER WITH WARRING
TRIBES. SECTION 10 - COMPLETE
AND SEPARATE OHIW
DRCN5 TAIRY-LAND PA
HAOC SECTIONS lJS
ACCOUTRED EAMCO Mil:
OF THE WORLD.
INCLUDING A COM-
PANY OF KAI3ER
ON HOWE OMK
A SHOW ALWAYS AT THE HA
AND THIS Y?Ak ACTUALLY C'Olia-
LED IN SIZE. TWICt A5 MANY
. MANY CHAR
J IOTS TWICt
V AS MAMY
I TWICE AS BIG A ferSraJ
TWICE A3 EIQ A
The party to be voted for shall be a worthy young man or
lady between the age of 12 to 25 years. Each $5 purchase -will
entitle the parly to one vote. Contest opens August 1 1897
doses Jan. 1 1898.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $13.50 UP.
PANTS MADE TO ORDER FROM $3.75 UP.
P. NEWMAN GUTHRIE. O. T.
2ONE DOOR EAST OP POSTOFPICE.
! 30 In All.
WILL KMI1IIIT AT
Friday October 1.
Reserved Seats aud admissiou
show day without any advance
in prices at Wallace A Muller's
n. h: sturgis;
Complete Cotton Ginning Outfits
Pabsb Brewing Co's 1
Is The Finest In The
Pabst Malt Extract Not Intoxicating.
The Best Tonic
For Convalescents Ladies and Children.
Beats anything else in the summer time.
From wagon to bale set up ready for work
including boiler aud engine. Gold medal
awarded at "Worlds Fair and Dallas State
N. H. STURGIS.
Correspondence Solicited. P. 0. II ox 235 Outhrlo 0.
Remington Type Writer.
' Have you seen the New no. 6 and 7
Remingtons? If not write for Catalogue
and Prices. We carry a complete line of
Type Writer Supplies.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
GEO. E. MLMOItE Gou. Agt.
4X4 44xKt-Mtx i
Pabst Ice Plant.
PURE CRYSTAL ICE.
Chemically pure distilled water better than miueral
water. The only healthy drinking water In hot
weather. Sold at the factory at live cents per gallon.
Bring your jug along.
:?K 52. PAUL-JUNDT Mgr.
TtT"vTfH tTTt P TTT tT TTT l Vtt TtTTTTWTTlTT'rrM'tTT'I'j
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Your reading matter off your
neighbor out go to Llllio's News
Stand atPostoflice or Victor block
and buy it like a man. The fol-
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Dallas News TopeUa Daily Capital. Daily Loader Daily Capital.
Also all the illustrated weekly papers and monthly periodicals.
We take subscriptions for any paper or periodical
uublished at publisher's price and can obtain for
you any bo6k we do not carry in stock on short
notice. In purchasing the Boyle stock we got about
100 bibles more than we need in our business and to dispose of
them we offer for one week your choice of the lot for one-third
lesh than his marked price: 50c bibles 84c 75c bibles 50c $1.00
bibles 07c 150 bibles 51.00 2.00 bibles 1.34 2.50 bibles 1.77.
Don't miss this opportunity but call and examine the books
yourselves. Your Friends
F. B. LILLIE & CO.
Victor Block and Postoffice.
Flri publlsht! In the Dully Loader Sep-
tember u 1MJ7.
Land olllco at Outhrlo. O
lm Q Itift-
VUI O JO.li
Notlco Is hereby ulvon that the follow
Ing-uamed sottlnr ban tiled notice of hU
Intontluti tu mako tliiul uroof Iu suuiwrt
of 118 claim and that said proof will be
inadoboft.ro Uio register and rwelverof
the Uiilusl Stute laud olllco at Outhrlo
O. '!'. on Ootolwr II lS-.C vlt:
William II. II. Long for the 8 w w soe
SS twp. IS r .' west
He names tho following nltuoesos to
provo his contliiiioiiii residence upon aud
cultivation of said laud viz:
Honry Hower. John W. Lane Charlos
Sheldlor und John L. Treler all of
Waterloo. 0. T.
4-MO A . N. J. Cjiook Ilogister.
105 West Harrison
NEXT DOOR TO WELCOME GROCERY.
Caters to the Best Trade Only. Best Goods
in Stock all the Time.
FINE BILLIARD PARLOR PHONE 95
OSCAR HAMILTON Manager
First publUhed Dally Loador Aug-
ust 30 1897.
Notice for Publication.
Land oOlce at Guthrie O. T. Aug-
ustas 18'J7. .......
Notlco Is hereby glvon that the follow-
ing named aottler lias Uled t.u.!coof hla
Intention to make final proof In support
of hi claim and that said proof will be
mado beforo tho roglstor and recelvor at
Guthrio Okla on October 5 18'J7 vU:
Krod Madden for tlio no qr of soc 12
twp 10 r 3 w.
lie names tho following
nrnvn Ills continuous roslUl
..iiltu.atlnn nf snlil Innd. viz:
A. 1 Krlsblo.J. P. Thompson. M
EaKer and Felix McUlnnls uliof Outhrlo
4:t A. N. J. Crook. UealntBr
names tho following witnossos to
provo his continuous resiuouce upiu uuu
Plrt published In the Dally Loader Sop-
Iu tho District Court of Logan eounty
John II. Graves plalnUIT
Lavlna Graves dolondant.
The defendant Lavlna Graves will
take uotlco that she has been sued In the
district oonrt of Logns county. Okla
homa Territory by the pialntni John 11.
Graves and tlmt unless she answer tho
petition cot &ald plalntltT filed in said
court by the ltith day of October JisOT
Judgment will he rondered against her
torovur divorcing her the suld dffeudant
Lavlna Graves from tho said plalntltT
John II. Graves and for all other proper
Witness my hand and seal o' said court
at Guthrie said county and territory
this tho Oth day of September A. D. 1S97
Louis E. Pitts
seai Clerk District Court
by Alfrkd 8. DkWitt Deputy
John D. DkUois
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First published In the Dally Leader Aug-
ust 37 ls07.
Notice for Publication.
Land ofllce at Guthrie Oklahomo Aug-
ust SO 1M)7. ..
Notico Is hereby glvon that tho follow-
ing named settler has tiled uotlco of his
Intontlon to mako Una' proof In support
of his claim and that said proof will be
made noforo tho reglstor and rocelver of
U nlted States laud nllico at Guthrie Okla.
on September 30. 117. vli:
Princo A. Ilanby for tho n hf uw qr of
soe. 87 twp. 17 n r 1 e.
He nemos tho followlnn wltnossf s to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
Froeinon W Wallaco Howard C. CIo-
mont Daniel Park and Goorgi llaker
allot tangston O. T.
4887 A. N . J. Ckook Keglstor.
First published in tho Dally Loader
Sept. 2 1807.
Notico for Publication.
Land olllco at Guthrie O. T. Sept. 1
Notlco Is horoby given that the follow
named settler has filed notice of his In-
tention to mako final proof In support of
his claim and that said proof will be
mado before the register and receiver U.
S. land oftlco at Guthrie O. T. on Octo-
ber U. 187 vli:
John L. Gordon for tlio w hf no ur
sec 13 tp 15 r 3 wot.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove bis continuous resldonce upon and
cultivation of said land vlt:
MJamcs I McDanlol James TKInier and
vllllnm II Kfckatrnw all of Guthrie. O
T and TUomas Poteet of McIClnloy Q
T. 45J9 A N. J.CBOOK. Keglitor.
First published in Dally Loader Sept.
Notice for Publication.
Land Ofllce at Guthrie 0. T. Sept s.
Notlcp Is hereby given that the follow
Ing named settler has filed notlceof her In
tentloh to make final uroof in support of
her claim and thatsald proof will bo made
beforo the register and rocolver at Outh-
rlo O. T.. on Oi-t u 1897. viz:
Lottie S. Stream for tin- lots 1 3 and
s hf. n i' qr soe U tp 10 n r 3 c
She names the following witnesses to
provo her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said Innd viz:
Millard P. Mlnshall William A Wai-
Utns Isaac D Parrntt. Jasper N Stan-
bury. all of Fouts O. T.
'.'.SO A. N.J. OnooK. Register
First published In the Dally Leador Au
gust 10 1807.
Notico for Publication.
Laud ofllce at Guthrie O. T. Au-
gust 18 1S07.
Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notlco of his
intontlon to make final proof in support
of his claim and that said proof will be
made beforo tho register and rocolver at
Guthrie O. T. on Spptomber 34 1807. viz:
Charles M. Corn.Jfor thu se jr o seel
twp J5 u of r 3. w.
llo names the following witnesses to
provo his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
J limes Uemaree. Thomas Hopewell.
William Itowmau and Samuel Corn all
of Soward O. T.
4318 A. N. J. Ckook Register.
First Published In the Guthrie Daly
Leador Sept. In. 1807.
Notice for Publication.
"Land Ofllce at Kingfisher O. T. Sepi
ttmber 7 1807.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
Ing-uamed sottler lias filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim and that said proof will be
made before the register and receiver at
Klnflshor. O. T.. on Octobor 1 J. 1807 viz
Jacob Holdermau U. K. f'.W) for lo a
lands s1 no K sec 3. twp 17 r4wci
He names the following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
Francis M. McCammon Wllilara Mc
Cammoo. James id. llolllday and Martin
Osborn all of Crescent City O. T.
R. G. Spilmas Register
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 89, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 12, 1897, newspaper, September 12, 1897; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74029/m1/2/?rotate=270: accessed April 13, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.