The Oklahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 62, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 17, 1893 Page: 4 of 4
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THJSi OKLAHOMA DAILY TlMIsS JOURNAL, THJRSDAY, A OPUS 1' 1 <• 1^3
Highest of all in Leavening l'ower.— Latest U. S. Guv t Report
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lcc cream and rake at the opera
W. W. Asher of Tecumseh, was ii
the city yesterday.
Admission to the soelal tonight al
the opera house Is free.
Judge J. II. Burford came over from
El Reno and went to Guthrie.
Cows In and about towi are dying.
The disease resembles Texas fever.
The Nickel Plate road's Improved
passenger servlcc approaches perfec-
Long time money to loan on farms.
No. 20 Hroudway. T. <>. Williams.
Cale Weilor.d and wife of (ilney;
III., are visiting Mr. and Mrs Harry
W. J. Donovan, L. G. Pitt man and
C. A. Galbraith were visitors to Guth-
Money to loan two, three and live
years, on farms. No, 20 Hroadway.
T. O. Williams. I.'t-tidwtf
Seven room cottage on Fifth street
for rent, bath tub and water through
house. Fred Reed.
Natural Inscct powder Is only ob-
tainable and powdered In the city at
Wand's drug store. 10-tf
If vou want to get nice and cool go
to the First National barber shop
and get a shave or a hair cut.
These hot sultry days there is notli-
Ice cream and cake at the opera
You can secure just as advantage-
ous rates via the Nickel Plate us \la
any other route.
The elegant new dining car service
of the Nickel Plate road cannot bo
too highly spoken of.
J, J. Wetiel has the coolest parlors
in the city. His cream is served up
In the most delicious flavors. 11-4
There Is nWt a poor Held of cotton
in the country, and the acreage Is
very much larger than is generally
We understand that nearly all the
Klckapoo Indians have chosen the
lands they want. The-allottlng agent
can make short work of the job, if he
cares to.—1 Chandler News.
J.J. Wetzel lias lately made an ad-
dition to Ills ice cream business in the
way of a water motor to run his freez-
ers. He can rfreezc cream in a few
minutes now and will make a specialty
of large orders at short notice. 17-4
Several miles east of Kildare, about
the ceuter of that county, there is a
piece of land staked off different from
any other. The piece is a half, by a
mile wide, and at each corner is a
post about three feet high and eight
inches In diameter. Everyone who
has seen this piece is wondering what
It is for.—[Arkansas City Traveler.
Last evening the Juveniles gave a
lng so nice as to step Into Wetzel's I private theatrical In the parlors of
parlors and have a delicious dish ot Frank Bolingcr s on Sixth street In
Ice cream. 17-4 honor of Master Frank's thirteenth
Choice lots for sale In Maywoi d by i birthday. The play was the Country
Ilrandom ft Llndsey, real estate
agents, corner Broadway and Grand
The Times Jouknai. was mistaken
about the Loves living on J. II. Kills'
place. They live In that neighbor-
Oklahoma Lodge No. ii, A. (). 1'. W.
meets tonight at Masonic Hall. A
full a*tendance Is expected. C. W.
McQuown, M. W
Aunt's visit to the rity. The little
I folks performed their parts so well
that they have been re<j nested to re-
peat it at the social In tlieijpera house
The concert to 'jc given by Miss
Maude Richards next Tuesday night,
promises to be the event of the season
and will be well attended. She gives
a concert at Guthrie on Saturday
night, and conies to Oklahoma Cit)
on Monday. It in probable she will
Money to loan on real estate from ,)n|y spend a lew days here, leaving
one year to six. Also money */> loan for Chicago and the world's fair the
on chattels. Brandom & Llndsey. latter part of the week.
Rooms 1 and 2, Batehelder block. Complaint was made yesterday In
Money to loan on farms—Two,three
and live years. Money paid over as
—""noon as papers arc made out. No. 2u
Broadway. T. O. Williams. 13-lidwlf
Mrs. M. C. Mllner and her two
daughters, Misses Ethel and Maiuli
leave this morning for Chicago aid
the world's fair. They expect to be
absent iwo weeks or more.
Mrsli Blackwell, Coll Johnston and
Mrs. Johnston, Coil's mother, came
Justice Deplng's court at Choctaw
City by Omer Johnson, who charges
Al and Fred Marvel with waylaying
him on the public highway and beat-
ing him with a revolver. All the
parties live in the 7C llat neighbor-
hood. Johnson lias several bail wounds
on the head, which were dressed by
Dr. Harmon of Choctaw City. The
officers are looking for the boys
Lyons, the man arrested for assault j Large bottles ;,oc and num.
The Allotments Completed.
Last night Thou. Alexander,
A History «r Oklahoma's D rl«* He-
male Horse Thief.
Hoi.dsn, Mo., August 13.—Flora
yulck-Mundis, alias Tom King the
noted horse thief of Oklahoma terri-
tory, who has gained such an unen-
viable notoriety, Is well known in
tills locality. She Is about U years
old and a daughter of the late Daniel
Quick, a wealthy farmer, who died
three years ago. leaving an estate of
■'.,400 acres of land and about *13.000
worth of personal property, This es-
tate was situated ten miles south of
llolden, Mo, on Big creek. Mr.
Quick was honorable In his dealings,
but rough und uncouth in his every-
day life. Mr. Quick was married
twice and had an issue of fifteen
children, six dying in their infancy
and nine surviving, six boys and three
girls, several now residing at or near
the old homestead In Johnson county,
respected by neighbors and friends.
Flora yulck-Mundis was the young-
est daughter of the last wife, and
was a favorite of her father. She
was a splendid horseback rider, full
of nerve and energy, and assist* d him
In herding cattle and other duties.
At the age of 14 she was sent to the
Holden college, but remained only
few weeks. Conllncment was too
much for her and she went home and
resumed her outdoor life on the farm
and continued this mode of living un-
til her father's death. Soon after
this event the administrator, her
half-brother, sent her to Sedalia to
school where she remained only one
term. She was rjstless, and about
this time became acquainted with
Ora Mundis, who was a worthless
and trilling young man, whose prin-
cipal object was to get her estate.
She married him against the oppo-
sition of her brothers and sisters, and
they resided here about three months.
During tills time they led a fast life
and it was nothing unusual to see
them together after night in the sa-
loons drinking. From this place
they left for the Indian territory In a
covered wagon, ostensibly, as they
said, on a hunting expedition. Tlicy
remained away almost a year, when
they returned to tills place and sold
their farm. When they came back
both had a small armttry on their per-
sons, but were not allowed to wear
them by the marshal. Mundis and
Ids wife stated to some of their
former acquaintances that they were
bad, bad people, and were not to be
trilled with. After this they depart-
ed for the Oklahoma country and
have since lived a checkered life.
It Should lie in Every House.
J. ll. Wilson, 371 Clay street, Sharps-
burg, I'll., says lie will not be without
Dr. King's New Discovery for con-
sumption, coughs and colds, that it
cured ids wife who was threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
"iagrlppe," when various other reme-
lies and several physicians had done
tier no good. Robert Harbor ofCooks-
port, Pa., claims Dr. King's New Dis-
covcrynas done him more good than
anything lie ever used for lung trouble.
Nothing like it. Try it. Free trial
bottlcsatC.lt. Haley's drug store.
Dikd—Adam K. Lytle, infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lytle, who live
six miles west of the city.
Only a little grave they said,
(inly Just a child that's dead;
And so they carelessly turned away
From the mound that the spade had
made that day;
Ah! They did not know how deep a
That little spade In our home had
I know the coffin was narrow and
One vard would have served for an
One man In Ills arms could have
That rosebud with its freight of clay.
I know that a mother had stood
With foli'ed bauds by that mound of
And her cheeks and lips aching
Was almost as white as baby's now.
I know that something was put
A little dress with trimmings gay;
A little sock and half worn shoe
A little cap with its trimmings too;
And an empty crib with the covers
As white as the face of the sinless
TIs a little grave, but oh the rose,
• For a world wide hopes are burled
And you perhaps in coming years
May see like me through blinding
How much of hope, how much of Joy
Is buried there with a baby boy.
You on ii all liny
Shoes at Cost
lBt at Milner's
117 Main St
'J'rade id quiet just now
aud we are bound to keep
things humming about our
place, so come along, every
shoe in the house goes at
the balance of this month-
Our stock is complete in ev.
ery part having received
over $.'>,000 worth of new
goods since we moved into
our new place. Ice water on
M. C. MILNEB Ac CO.
up from Pottawatomie county yes- with intent to kill his wife, bad his
tcrday. Mrs. Johnstou will go on ti preliminary trial before Judge Mc-
licr home at Douglass, Kansas. Clelland yesterday and was bound.
, „..,i i„ ...1,1 i yoyor under alloting Agent Duncan,
ltoAKDKUs Wanted—At No. 134,over In the sum of $.>00, and In addl- , , ,
Second street, corner of Robinson.
Kxcellcnt table board, and can accom-
modate one or two with rooms, j
Terms reasonable. Apply on prem-
ises to Mrs. Louis Ilreeden.
The canning factory will soon be
running on full time. At present it
runs only half the time, the supply of
tomatoes as yet being Insufficient to
keep the factory going steadily.
Alxiut ilfty people are employed.
A large number of the friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molesberry were
at the train yesterday to bid them
goodbye and wish them a pleasant
and safe ijourney. They will go to
northern Iowa aud will probably visit
the world's fair.
Charley Steward .was admitted to
the bar at G'lthrle yesterday. Charley
is only nineteen years old, but he
passed a good examination. He Is a
sober, industrious young man, and
will certainly make a success of his
Dr. J. W. Scott, of > Ijla. who holds
tion was put under a $T>00 bono to
keep the peace. The defense weak-
ened when it came to the point of en-
deavoring to besmirch Mrs. Lyon's
character, eand, excepting some Inti-
mations and suggostlve questions,
did not attempt suchoa defense. The
verdict gives general satisfaction,
ltncklln's Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chil-
blains, corns, and all skin eruptions
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money re-
funded Price 26 cents per box. For
sale by C. Ii. Haley.
Do You Want to
Make a Spec?
If so purchase some lots in
a government position In connection] WEST
with the KausaB City stock yards, ha-
,. , , , . . . , The Townsitc Association now
resigned to take effect August 31st. j
Upon retiring, he will spend sc' erul' h*v® tl'e case before the becretary of
weeks in Oklahoma, visiting ills sons, the Interior, and there is every indl-
W. A.. A. C. and W. W.
cation that it will lie decided in their
The fallowing officers were elected favor within the next sixty days,
at the meeting of the O.K. S. Chap- r„, . , . , , ,,
ter last night at Masonic hall: W n,cre 19 J* about "",l lols UngoUI
M.Mrs Emma Snyder; W P, Mrs Jas and the Association is very aux-
licary; A M, Mrs E Walker: treasurer, ious that they secure occupants
Mrs Harriett Geary; secretary, Mrs C for the entire number.
I' Walker; Bon, Mrs M K McClure:
Ass't Bon, Mrs S E Newell.
When you ask for l r. liunn's Cholera
Infantum llalui don't let them put
youoff with "this Is just as good as Dr.
liunn's Cholera Infantum Halm." Ask
you ncigliborr what kind of medicines
Dr. I hi mi's Old Prescriptions are—they
are harmless medicines of vegetable
nature only and proper In their place. I
Don't lose time or take chances when
baby Is sick with diarrhoea meat , 11,1111
Wand's drug store. 27-2md&w j National Bank building.
It will pay yod to invest. Some
of our liest citizens arc interested
with the Association aud
know what tiiiy are
For full particulars call
J. W. DAVIS,
President of West Oklahoma Town-
sitc Association. Room 111 First
The only Pure Cream of Tartar I owder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the S^audard.
if the^liorokeos, arrived in the city
He reports that he had finished his
labors as surveyor and that Col. Dun-
can and his committee had completed
the allotments and gone to Tulsa ti
send In his report. He did not be-
lieve that the colonel would telegraph
his report In but would send it in by
Mr. Alexander, although a very
clever and accommodating young man
was very reticent upon his recent
work and but very little Information
could be gained from him. He was
willing to state, however, that there
j had been about 70 allotments made
and 59 of them were allowed by Col.
| Duncan and his committee. The
| others will be parsed upon by the de-
| partment. Sixteen of these allot-
ments were adjoining Kildare; thir-
teen on the Cliikaskla; three on Pond
Creek; three near Enid; seven on
I Itlack Hear and the others In the tri-
angle. A, J. Blackwell, of Black-
well's Itock fame, was not allowed
anything and that gentleman claims
he Is going to Washington to see
about It. llushyhead's claim Is a
quarter of section 13. Mr. Alexander
did not confirm this statement and
neither did he deny. Stephens did
not get the Willow Springs claim.
It was given to W. ltossaud Stephens
was awarded another. Mr. Alexan-
der was of the opinion that the town-
site would be changed from Klldair
to Cross, possibly because of the al-
lotments at Kildare. He also said
that the report that the strip had
been surveyed and new stones set was
untrue. Tin government did noth-
ing of that kind. A survey was never
hanged after once made.—Arkansas
Strength anil Health.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Elcctric Bitters. If "la
grippe' lias left you weak and weary,
use lOlcotric Bitters. This remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding those organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speedy aud permanent relief
by taking Elcctric Hitters. One trial
will convince you that this U the
remedy you need. Large bottles only
50c, at Haley's drug store.
The Chandler News, edited by II.
H. GIMrap and his sister Miss Kffie
Gilstrap, is the best weekly newspaper
In the territory. Its local and corres-
pondence columns arc full of newsy
Items, and the editorial is terse, pithy
and up to the times. In every re-
spect It is a handsome paper and the
people of Chandler should appreciate
A Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching piles arc known by moisture
like perspiration,causing Intense Itch-
ing when warm. This form as well as
blind, bleeding or protudiug, yield at
once to Dr. Itosanko's pile remedy,
which acts directly on parts effected,
absorbs tumors allays itching and ef-
fects a permanent cure- 50 cents,
druggists or mall, circulars free, Dr.
Hosanko, 329 Arch st, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by Scott & Co., druggists,
120 Main street. ly
The Chickasaw Payment.
The Chickasaw payment Is putting
a good deal of money In circulation in
the Chickasaw nation. The Purcell
Register has the following item con-
Mr. S. L Williams returned
Thursday evening from Tishomingo,
where he had been looking after the
leased district moucy. Mr. Williams
represented eighty-live of the claim-
ants registered here and drew the
money for all of them in a check on
the sub-treasury. The payment Is
being made as agreed upon, the In-
ter-married citizens receiving their
share same as others. The Individ
ual share is larger than It was
thought It would be, each claimant
receiving *130. Tills will make the
sum to be put In circulation here
about *42,000. Til jse of this vicinity
who have not made arrangements for
drawing their money can save them-
selves much trouble bp clubbing to-
gether and sending one man down to
make the collection for all. We are
glad to know that this payment Is
being made and that we were mis-
taken In our belief that the inter-
married citizens would not be allowed
SECOND ANNUAL FAIR
H * V •% , ' V ;• -N ■ *
-to he held at—
SEPTEMBER 19 to 22. 1893—Inclusive.
$15,000 in Purses and Premiums
Write for Premium List and Speed Program.
The simplest remedy to
keek the damnab'e mosqui-
17-lm Wand'b Drug Stokk
Meeting Last Night.
There cwas quite an interesting
manifestation at the colored A. M.
El church last ngilit. Rev. E. N
.VTgyle. of Guthrie, preached a theo-
logical and Ulblcal sermon. Several
ministers in the city attended confer-
cn -e yesterday. There seem d to be a
striking contrast between Eider
Ilroadnax and some of the members,
but they decided It better than ex-
i FOR COUGHS,
For bowel troubles use a bottle of li,
DR. GUNN'S CHOLERA INFAN
TUM BALM—the child Is well. 25c.
Wand's drug store. 27-2md&w
Rev. F. W. Hawley will be home
from his summer vacation tonight.
He will conduct regular services at
the Presbyterian church Sunday, and
will take part in the concert Tuesday
Last night was certainly the warm
est of the season. The temperature
ranged around 90 degrees with hardly
a breath of air stirring. Lemonade
stands and ice cream parlors did a
land olticc business:
It has been learned from an unoffi-
cial sourcc that L. P.Ross is to be
receiver of the Oklahoma City land
office. He went to Washington last
week to plead for It, and the report
says lie has practically secured It.
W. O. Church's horse, hitched to a
phaeton, ran away last night on Fourth
street west of Robinson and complete-
ly demolished the vehicle. Mrs.
Church's brother and his nephew were
thrown from the pliacton and badly
W. 1'. Harper, of Choctaw City, re-
ceived live letters on Tuesday inquir
lng about Choctaw City, prices of lots
and farms, prospects for business, etc.
All the writers spoke of haying their
attention called to Choctaw City by
the write-up of the town and country
iu the Times Jouunai, souvenir.
Hon. Si Iney Clark came up from
the South Canadian yesterday. He
had been out at a barbecue on Hen
Clardy's place, where he spoke on
statehood. About KOO were present,
and all were Intensely interested. Mr.
Clark says that Mr. Clardy has forty
acres of ootton that will average six
feet In height, and which cotton
growers say will make a bale to the
acre. Corn Is also tine, many of the
ileitis giving promise of seventy bush-
els to the acre.
The good people of the Clear Springs
neighborhood held a basket festival
foi the benefit of Rev. Stokesbcrry on
the night of the nth, and from "one
who was there" wo learn had a m ist
enjoyable time. Rev. Stokesbcrry
has been a faithful minister to the
community for the past three years,
and the good ladles thought their ap-
preciation should be shown him and
took this means of raising a little
purse for him. The result was quite,
a nice little sum and a very pleasant
entertainment The boys and the
old married men vied with each other
to eat with the prettiest girls and ti e
bidding w,inspirited. Miss Page and
Miss Lizzie M'^Crackcn were the cap-
tains and Mr, J. T. McCracken acted
TUESDAY, September 11', 1KH3.
2:40 Trot, Stake
Half Milo Dash
Running, 3 years old and upwards, mile
WEDNESDAY, September 20, IH','3
Running, one-half mile best 2 in 3
Milo Dash, Running
Saddle Pony Races, 11 hands aud under, | mile
THURSDAY, September 21, 1893.
Running, 2 year olds, one-half mile
Free for all Trot
3:00 Trot, Stake
Novelty, Mile, 1st qt\, $50; 2nd $50; 3rd $75; mile, $125
FRIDAY, September 22, 1893.
Milo Dash.. 1300
One-Fourth Mile Dash
Three-Fourths milo dash
3:00 Trot, Oklahoma and Indian Territory horses
ED. OVERIIOLSER, See.
5o/r\ett?ii?<2 Unusual !
Such a stock of Furniture as is
Shown by J. G. Street in his
New Store on Robinson Street.
What do you think of
87 dilferent styles of Chairs ?
What do you think of 30 dilferent styles
of Iled-room Suits from $12.50 up?
THEN he has an astonishing stock all 'round, consisting
of Picture Moulding, Mirrors, Book Cases, Shades, China
Closets, Mattrcssi#; ISaby Carriages, lied Springs, Center
Tables, Lounges. You arc respectfully invited to call anil look through
his new stock.
His UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is complete. He shows every,
ihing—from the Cheapest Case to the Finest Casket.
Robinson, between Main and Grand Avenue,
A 12x14 plastered building, shingled
roof, brick flue, price $20.
Iut2* J. II. MCCahtnby.
b'j f the tx-
There will be a social and enter-
tainment at the opera house on
Thursday night. The ladies of St.
Joseph church have it in charge and
will make It a pleasant entertain-
Srftiafqf • family of nine ohlldren, my only rom-
y fat (Jouffha, (jolda and Croup wm onion ayrup. II
ajuat aa ^flaoi/va to-day aa It wai forty yaara ago.
ffrandnhlldron take Dr. Gunn'sOnl
Uata. Sold averYWhara. Largo --
Taka no aubitltutafor It. Tbtrt i nothing if fgoa.
Scott & Co. I
Will sell the Choctaw Candy Kitch-
en at a bargain If sold at once. In-
quire at 2oH North Uroaihvay. 101 f
11 Is Not True.
Other? who have nursery stock fin-
sale have reported that our
stock Is all sold. Our sales have been
large, but we still have a large stock
and wc want to see everybody who
wants stock. Call at the canning lac-
15-3tl3.v J. C. Kkhpkus A Co.
1 have now on hand money to pay
all warrants drawn on the teachers
fund by the township school boards
during the years 1891 and 18V2. Tills
Includes all teacher's warrunts Issued
In tin county, during the above
named years eicept for Oklahoma
City. J M. Huouan,
10-41 Treas. of Oklahoma county.
The celebrated French fortune
teller is In our town and will remain
only one week. She will tell past,
present and future and she gives ad-
vice for business of any kind, traces
lost, stolen or buried property. She
can be consulted at thcOrand Avenue
hotel In French, German or English,
lloom 11. Consultation, $1. Hours,
from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. ltlttl
The southwest of section Ik, three
miles northwest of Oklahoma City.
Patented. Improvement* costing
|H< Mil.TON M< Muhtky,
30-tf Purcell, Indian Territory.
Ten thousand people to Inspect our
photos. Having Just returned from
the Chicago convention of the Pho-
tographer- Association of America
and the World's fair, 1 am prepared
to give my natrons the very best work
with all the latest improvements.
Fine work guaranteed. Call and sue
tis at 12tH Main street.
ll-d;twi E. W. Oliveh.
Notlo0 For Fubllutttion.
Land ' rnc* it oklahoma City, O. T,
\ Iltflisl M, ls,ci.
XTIffilE ta hereby Kiv<,n tb t the fol <>"-inir
ll iiamu<! Hi-tller nan filed noticed' Ills Inten
lion to make Until jirnor in support or hii
claim, and that naltl prootwlll be inftdeberore
the KeirtiU'r and Kecelvor tt oklahoma Cltr
on September ldtli, HUB, via: Edward <>rm,
ror Ilia lota and 4 and 9 . u w 1-4 Bee 4, Iwp
ti, raniro ii w.
He name* the following wltni'SflO- lo
prove his continuous rexideuoe upon and cul-
tivation or. said land, vl/.
it O, < hiircll, Frank Hsrraii, h.N.Uun-
lap, J jones Walker, all of Oklahoma City, O'
j.ny person who desires to protest against
the allowance or aiioh proof, or who knows of
any soosuotial reason, under the law and the
l,i.,!all ,i ■! tlie Interior department, why
siii ii wool should not t,e allowed, will be
irl.'i II ||U ii 'iMirtunlt) al the aboye mentioned
tim.■ ano i taoi' to crosa-etauilno tliowilnesaes
oi ii od claimant, and to offer cvideneo In re-
buttal ol that submitted by claimant.
ii. m Iiim.it, Hegl.ter.
yir ipublio*tloii Aug. 15, IS'.u, i*it
Commning all the desirable feat-
ures of other makes in one it stand,
as the triumph of mechanical skill.
The only machine that will sew back-
ward ami forward without stopping,
fully guaranteed for five years by a
responsible company and will last a
lifetime with ordinary care. Kaeli
machine is furnished free with fi)!|
set of attachipents. As|i your mer-
chant for this wonderful machine, if
he hasn't it write direct to us for cat-
alogue and prices. Live dealors
wanted in unoccupicd territory.
Usion Manufactubino Co.,
W. S. Holt, Mg r.
5191 Main street, Little liock, Ark
Cherokee Strip Maps.
The latest published map of the
Cherokee Strip and Oklahoma is now
on sale at the Timks-Jouunal otlice.
It Is a large colored may, seetlonlzed,
showing water courses, railroads, di-
viding lines between *2.50, Jl.fiOand
$1.1X1 land, and all Important points.
Price, lo cents.
A good map of the Cherokee Strip
can bo found at the Times-Jouiinal
Cherokee Strip maps, Jb cents, at
the Times Joi iin ai. ottlc.
THE BEST IS THElHEAPEST.
Bend TEN cents to 2(1 Union 8q., N. Y.,
for our prize game, "Blind Luck," and
win nJlew^Home 8ewlng Mnchlne.
The New Home Sewing Machine Co,
r ORANCE, MASS.
-«v©28 UNION SQUARE,MY.?"— '
•liouifc*' FOR SALE BY
For sale at Dunn's Furniture Store
East end Main street in Hassett block
In the Puoiiate Court of Okla-
homa t'ounuv, Tkkiutohy of
Letha Conkley. PlalntilT, )
R. ll. Conkley, Defendant. )
The plaintiff in theabove entitled
action having filed her complaint In
the above named court asking for a
divorce from the above named de-
fendant on the grounds of extreme
cruelty and abandonment; the said
plaint Iff having also filed an allldavit
alleging that said defendant is a non-
resident of the territory or Oklahoma,
and that service by summons can not
be pad upon his person.
Now, therefore, you, the above
named defendant are hereby notified
that unless you be and appear In t lie
probate court of said county to be
held in tic court house building on
Hroadway in Oklahoma City, ti T
on or before noon ot the 2nd day lit
the next term of said court to-wit; on
or before the "ith day of Kcplemhop,
IHin at 12 o'clock noon of said day and
answer or demur to the complaint
herein, the same will be heard and
determined in your abscnoe.
Witness my hand anil tbusoal of
the probate court this ilrd day of Au -
1'eal] is. a. stewaiid,
What more can be exacted?
Magnificent day coaches,
Faultless road beds,
Unexcelled dlnlm; carg,|
Can anything be added to make the
Mckcl rliite road more jMjpuluri
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Burke, J. J. & Brown, E. E. The Oklahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 62, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 17, 1893, newspaper, August 17, 1893; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc93363/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.