The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 71, Ed. 1, Friday, February 14, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER QUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRI0AY FEBKtfnKt it .-..
Nectar of the Gods
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-SOI. I) BY
Harrison SLnd Division Sts.
(First published In Dally Loader
Fob. 8 1902.)
In the District Court ot Logan oouu-
ty. Oklahoma territory.
J. B. Beadles & Son a partnership
composed of J. B. Beadles and L. N.
W. H-. Preston and B. B. Preston
To Uxo defendants abovo named
W. II. Proston and E. B. Proaton and
nil persons claiming under or through
them! or olthor of thorn nny inturost
In any of tho roal property herein-
after doecrlbod. You will take notice
that you have boon sued In the Dis-
trict court of Logan county Oklaho-
ma territory by J. B. Beadles & Son.
plaintiffs above named in an action
upon a promissory note and mort-
gage for the sum of ?48.9C and for
the further sum ot $25.00 attorneys
fee and to foreclose all of your right
title Intorest and right of redemption
to lots Nos. one two three four five
ind six in block No. sixty-one in that
subdivision of the city of Guthrie
Logan county Oklahoma territory
known as West Guthrie under tho
mortgage oxecuted by you to plain-
tiff In this action and you are fur-
ther notiflod that unless you appear
and answer or othorwlse plead to the
petition of the plaintiffs now on file
in said court in this action on or be-
fore the 22d day of March A. D. 1902
said potltion will bo taken as true
and confewod and a judgment will be
rendered in said cause by said oourt
as for a default In accordance with
the prayer of said petition to-wlt:
Rendering a Judgment against you
and oaca of you for the sum of seventy-three
dollars and ninety six cents
($7306) and costs of suit and a. de
cree ordering the mortgage herein
foreclosed and the property herein
described sold to satis Ty wild Judg-
mont and forover barring you of any
right titlo or Interest in and to said
property and for such farther relief
as the court may deem proper.
J. B. BKADDES & SON.
By Buokne & Son their attorneys.
T. A NEAL
erk District Court ot Logan County
By C. II. Griswold Deputy.
i Prank L. Williams
(First published In the Dally Leader
Feb. 5. 1902.)
Application for Liquor License.
Territory of Oklahoma County of
NotiC' Is hpreby given that
n. T. Cress
has this day tiled In the office ot the
County Clerk In and tor said County
his petition asking that a Uoenee he
granted htm to sell at retail malt
spirituous and vinous liquors on
Lot 1 block SO Third ward ot Guthrie
In said county and territory.
If no protest be filed on or before
February 19 1902
his petition will be granted and
Witness my hand and the seal of
said county hereto affixed this
4th day ot Feb. 1902.
J. B. Dabsen County Clerk.
not receiving the paper regularly will
eosfer a favor by notifying the office
odm either In person or by 'phone
Wm. B. Swlnfortl
WILLIAMS & SWINF0RD
I ABSTRACTS OF TITLES -:; ' .
! LOANS PROMPTLY MADE'
P .rrx...-... Logan County Bank Guthrie.
I J!lllti'''Cts Bank Watsolca Illinois.
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It makes no difference whoever else you
consult you should not think of in
vesting in real estate at Guthrie or
vicinity without making your wants
known to W.T. Wsxlker. Any bank
or business man will tell you that his
word is as good as his bond and that
his advice in real estate transactions if
acted upon will earn money lor you.
A large list to select from. Full infor-
mation furnished on request. Address
Ouor Bee Hiue Store.
W T. WALKER
120 W. Oklahoma1 Ave.
IF IN DOUBT WR.ITE TO
Humphrey & Hill
The oldest and most reliable real estate firm in Guthrie.
We have been in Oklahoma since fhe beginning and
trausact business for the best citiaens of the territory.
Persons who want to buy city or country property either
for homes or for investment should write to us at once.
Delays are dangerous as the new railroads that will be
completed here this spring will cause a great increase in
prices. Get in ou the ground lloor.
Humphrey & Hill
107 W Oklahoma Ave.
Everybody knows tho.t
Is one of the oldest and best known
Real Estate Men in Guthrie
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E. J. BLAOKMAN
lias placed his patrons on the nta ctfcnte
tide. He itlll 1ms bargains to offer. .
SftapiUa tlio heart of town. BWine or city
Pftrfyforsulo. Write or phone
l . as-
Ills clients are his friends because he treats
them right and never misrepresents. If you
want to find out about the advantages of an
investment in Guthrie real estate before the big
rise comes or if you want a farm or ranch you
couldn't write to a better man than
(Fifrt puubd in Dally I.adr Feb.
! parlmf nt of :h. loterlor United
Stiii iand offn '
riutbrl' . Ok )eb. 1 1902
A ruiffli lent content affidavit having
been filed in this office by Louisa 1C
Welnand contestant against honv
steed entry No. 13320. made August
2 1199 for lots 3 and 4 and south halt
of nw 14 section 5. township 15 N
range 2 W. by Mary Snick guardian
of Nicholas Welnand rornnr. heir of
Peter Welnand deceased for the
hc-irs of said Peter "Wetnand contos
tee in which it Is alleged that all tho
liefrs of said Peter Welnand have
wholly abandoned said tract:
Department of the Interior.
Affiant further alleges upon her
oath that she In now and has been
well acquainted with the lots 3 and 4
SHd s nw sec 5. t IB n r 2 w of
the Indian Meridian: ;ni she was ac
qtialnted with Pf-ter Welnand In hln
life time and Is acquainted with Mary
Seirk and Mary Selck guardian f
Nicholas Welnand nnd with the said
ward. Nicholas Welnand; that "'Ue Is
also acquainted with Jacques Weln-
and and Nicholas Welnand the two
adult heirs of ptei welnand aMye
Affiant further a.s that the said
ward Nicholas Welnand Is the grand
son of Peter Welnand. aud Jaiquot
Welnand and Nicholas Welnand sen-
ior are the only children and heirs at
law of the said refer Welnand. nnd
that the said ward. Nicholas Jacques
and Nicholas Welnand nbovo named
are the only heirs at law of Peter
Affiant further says that tho said
Mary Selck as guardian of the sold
ward Nicholas Woinand tho Bald
ward himself Jacuuos Welnand nnd
Nicholas Welnand oach nnd nil as tho
heirs ot Peter Welnand or otherwise
hare and had wholly abandoned tho
said tract of land and said tract for a
period of more than six months prior
to the filing of the said contest affida
Tit In thlB cause and each and all ot
the said parties have contlnu1 d to
abandon tli bald trad to as aforo
said and have not c tinid the said do
fault and tho am continues nnd
that the said default and abandon
ment did not arise by reason of ab
sence of any of tho said parties In tho
119 W. Harrison Ave.
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
R.EAL ESTATE and
LOAN AGENT. Gvithrie.
2 Can offer you bargains in either city real estate or
5 farms.aud ranches that will make vour investment bring
S rich returns I have been here a" long time can refer
yon to the Bank of Indian Territory or any merchant in
5 outline ana will give you information that will
2 dollars to you. You should not fall to call or wt
once us the coming rise in prices will be short and
2 employment of the govornmont in tho
military or naval service of tnc uni
ted States during tho Into Spanish
war or In any war or by reason of any
service military or naval or other
wise for the gorerumont.
Affiant further says that the said
parties did not cause tho cultivation
or improvement of the said tract but
tho same was wholly abandoned by
all the heirs of Peter Welnand n
charged In the original affidavit and
Said parties are hereby notified to
appear respond and offer evldonco
touching said allegation nt in o'clock
a. m. on the third day of Man h. 1902
before the register and receiver at
Guthrie Ok . at th United Stated
land office in Guthrie ok.
Jones &. Herod
Attorneys fur Contestant
The said contestant having m a
proper affidavit fllcl this fltbt diy ot
February. ISO-. "f fJ'th fa ' whlthj
show that after due dihgeniv p.-r onnll
service ot thlB noti e an not in nod'
It is hereby ordered ;u-A dli t 1 that I
such notice be glv( n tr au 5 3p
John J. Boles
Fred E. McKmley
ROOM 17. GRAY BLOCK v GUTHRIE 5
The hours of the public library
tare changed and are as follows on
all days except Monday and legal
12:30 o'clock to 6:00 oeloek p. m-
7:00 o'clock to 9:00 o'olock p. m.
Sundays. 1:30 o'clock to 5:30 o'clock
See W. M. SPURLOCK
For City Lots .V;'
Loans and Merchaii4jlRtock
We have a large list ftMfeome
Write or phone me.
W. M. SPURLOCK
C. G. HARGIS i
Real Fstate Loans
214 W. Qk1.hom Avw. CjtKrJi Oj$J.
Th shnple.-it r'iin i
indigestion. con-.l ij
biliousness and tlx -
ailments arising f urn
ordered stomach. Ii
bowels is Uipans 'l.i
They have .1. . omph-
vronders ami 1 1 .ir t 1
aid remove- 1 1 ikh -
of calling l-i 1 fli
for the in.iiis :.'
beset in. ml j 1 1
strailit to the
1 oultle re I n '.
l'-an.v .mo 1 r
1 p irt a Mil '
' ' ft It eretC r.l
. mi . 1
Bargains in city farm and ranch property for
liotli lioineteaieri ami investor-.
y Mr Hir' - r irne mlo (Jut hrie on the nr-1 tra...
V April 22 lHHt has lived here ever eluce and hat the
V coo fide nee of the business community. It will be to
'y your interests to consult him.
CUTTON OlNNti: . ATU'
VJi. have j-.'-t t 1 ijru
bi-ei Wir.t 11 j ! )kl n
) inners' !i r t
1 canv.ij t u' ir I
1 ' to every b 1'.'. T!'
e. ' full and con 1 t" tt
business. It nt pi .m e.i'..
and Is irvd spenat'e f9 eve
ginner. Ve will stip you
paid to your address for $i.b0
Addrect tna Leader cempi y
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 71, Ed. 1, Friday, February 14, 1902, newspaper, February 14, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75845/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.