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FOR ABSTRACTS OF TITLES, SHEW. M. BRONSON, IN REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY.
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4nr. riiicio Hxprw.... 1:40 n. m.
. M. River Kx press... J; ft. ra.
i: Way Freight 11:11p.m.
sol tii nor sti.
A, Texas p:irtpwi 11:10 p. m.
407, Oklahoma Ktpro l:OSp. m.
JS Vnr Krelelit 1 :06 a. M.
l'aswMRors shcml'l procure tickets be
fore getting on the train
Lo. K to the welfare of liatbrle.
:ivit Uio question of more
s f.r ' p capital city.
. ii'iiir nreds a large hotel, with
a n S'ii improve rnenta and eoiiven
' THHir.cfttaea are Mill returning
fr -n the strip. Their Srst llMHigttt,
n s. should be Uathrie.
f v r NTT-nvn foreign eowials&fcMters
to the world's fair attended the Veiled
I'rophel'fc ball In St. LouK
V.m? decs not propose to be a. drv
town judging from ttie number of ap
pi i' at., ns helng made for liquor Mill-
lnt .flieers chased the oandidntos
for Toner and surveyor on the l'opu
)ls t.ikat in Pawnee county, Ivan.,
O'l ? Kaunas into the strip.
t Lmporia man say. that an Host
or i t gura him o dollar and Mx bits
fi r h.inestly and tinvqulvoually admit
1 1 1 ; jr that he was from Kansas.
Tnr Chicago university received
5S"wu .Mommy, the amount was
male up by payments on different en
duninnnU, which have been settled on
Miss Viikhma I'aih has an income
of 3,500 a month, which she inherited
from her mother. Her father's fortune
will inalto liar the richest women in
America. A few years ago she was
anxious to join a ltoman Catholic sis
iiTiut!K people can take in the
world's fulr now without blowing in a
fortune for railroad ttchuts. During
the ' tli, 7th and Sth Inst, a rate of
17 1 0 is ottered for the round trip
fr. m Gutlirio to Chicago Tickets are
good until the ISth lust.
Vmi-Ciiinfk members of congress
are preparing to add their "yawp" to
those alroady on record against the
president The more huch methods
arc continued thu stronger Mr. Cleve
hind grows with the country, as many
of hia present foes will discover before
next summer Kansas City Star.
Tiik Kngllshmnii who now hoops
the Old 1'arr's head tavern in London
drinks too much of his liquors, and
his wife railed in a constable to eject
him from his own house. This seemed
to Uio policeman too highhanded a
proceeding, so ho summoned the land
lord far being drunk on his own prem
ises and thu judge assessed a fine of
Mits McKkktkh of llaltlmorc mar
ried Kdward M. l'adelford, who has an
inoonioof S13.000 a year. This suoms
to bo the beginning of the list of mat
rimonial ovantA. Mrs. l'adelford se
cured u divorce. Sir. l'adelford ne.xt
married Mrs. WooUey, who had bconi
divorced from Kdward .1. Woolncy, a I
millionaire. Now Mr. Wool&oy Is about '
to marry Miss Kate Deltode, a nlocc
of l'.oUerl Trtaible. who was a justice
of the I'nltod States supreme court
Anothkk tin plato fuctory a pro
tec it I American tin plato fuctory,
tiiiuil you mis pe ml wl this week, and
the WuUh workmen, who cumo ovor
to operate it hnvu gone back to Wales
poorer, but doubtless wiser, than they
caino. One by oue do tho paplor uiaohe
idols fall; thu tin foil god was a plans
ibli jos two years ago; last yoar the
tinsel began to wear olf aud the peo
ple t ft him. Now he is rusting, warp
ing Hacking and fulling Into utter
ruiu v on he will be a gloomy rec-
jlk t. p a fautubU-dream that luuvus
the nerves unstrung. Ami this Is the
illicit Industrial god before which
the tin plate liar swung his scouted
censor in the dear dead past!
DEPRESSION IN EOfiOPE.
The axtant of the industrial deprw
bion prevailing in Kurope U shown by
llie faut that the new enterprise of
fered to inreatars in London thus fur
during the present year' amount to
less than half those for thu same time
In lfctC and loss than a fourth of what j
thev wore during tho same time
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Kansas City Marsajs
"1 1 u pau it of t iU-rprltc I not due to
thf lacK of in jnty, for the reserves of the
BanK of Kugland amount to 53 percent
ct Its liabilities agalnsUS per cent a year
ago an1 41 r cMit Ihr.sr. )Mr ago More
than that, a leading financial aiithorlt
lU that lh vlslrdr holding "' S"ld in
the I nk ami lrrannrie of BnH "
WOO.um.O'xjKreatpr t'in th- r' at the
wid of tlw yai ! The tmn In Bn
rope. thrn-fori'. I not a varrliy of mony.
Tin- iJpprPloii itn-w out of the lo In
cldrnt to tho Ilarlns fallnrr and was In
trnml by thi falllBftoff In forrlgn trtd
rnpnltlnt; from th trrwMdoo fallnr In
ArgpntliH- and Aotralia and bv the fall
In sllvw. w lilch prdiwul the power of sit
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rtL. .mIm,.!! t nil ilftMM nl piuvU In i
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Knroj has bwn tiillly dcrealiiK nntil
rnotly, wboBiow IfMiicaUon of low
tncren ha developed.
It may bf notwl IncWfntfllly that oao
caocrof tli enomHMi$ lm)tort In this
country In the pnst year wa the eheap
wess of Knroioe good oilerpd for le.
The nsnal martreU of Kurope In the Bat
ami Sonth were narrowed touch an ex
tent that a great urplH of manufactured
goods wb left over, which the Buropean
merehanbt offered to this country for
whaU-vt-r they would bring. The reduced
production of courae thr- out of em
ployment thousand of people, and this
reacted to Intensify the deteion be
cause the people tha deprived of employ
ment were also denf-tved of nower to buy !
trood. The 4eprekHi ha reached nch '
an extreme In Bngland that the Iondon :
dealing hooie return, though $ome hat !
larger than a year ago. are only about 55 (
pereertofwhatthty weir In IsHJ. ;
So It can I 5een that with all the am-
roerelal dlaW from whkhthl country
ha coffered In the pat few month the '
I'nlten States I still ahead of all the
world In the measure of Its prosperity.
A PLEASING EXCEPTION.
i (arntleman A ml J
tlie Crxie for
It Is pleasing to note after reading One of the most important matters
Uie numurous accounts of the fighting 0 the session was the action of the
among contestants over lots and council in passing the biU providing
claims in the strip, tliat there was at for five paid men In the local Arc de
least one man who, hurroundod as he j portment The city father. are to be
was, on all sides by cupidity and greed, (applauded for tiller action in this
did not forgot that he was a gentle- rnovemont, which was of vital impor
tnaa. lance to the people of the
K. T. Barrett was at Orlando on the ( cty. Hereaftor that onergjtie
opening day and from there he wenttnan chlof Taylor, pan work with
out to the line to see the raue. After morc vim. and the property of mer
arrivlng at a point about four miles j ..hanUs will be guarded with more
north and cast of the town he got thb ' ZPnl0iis corn than h,Tetoforo; besides
fever on him and concluded to make I tltl. the ratu of Insurau e must neoos
the run. He got his horse's head 8orUy be lotroretL lleiicefortb the
square with the Hue and with intense jt;thrie firo department can vie
suspense, his nerves a'l thrilling with jjlu uuy h o.-ganiisation In
-xeltomcht over the great Derby, . til0 Southwest and under the cfli
about to take place, his wait- j coni captainey of Oeorge Taylor will
ed for the word to go. ' ,,roVe i lastlnv benefit. Oil.f 'IVvlnr
The signal given, he urged his horse
across the rubicon and stopped on as
fino a claim as one would wish to sea
He planted his tlag in the dry hard
earth and was enjoying himself waUh
ing the foiit rcccedlnir racers for soil,
when ho was approached by a lady
who accosted him saying:
"You are on my claim. I was on
"Madam." said Barrett, "I don't
"I was. and can prove It by four wilr
nesscs," retorted the woman.
"And I, madam, can bring four and
twenty w.tuosses to prove that I was
first on this claim,' answered Barrett.
The woman pondered awhile and
then softening her tone renlied:
"Sir, I am tho widow of a soldier. I
have long waited tosecuro this partic
ular piece of land as a home for my
self mid little ones, and I hate like sin
to lose It now," she said.
"Madam," said tho gallant II., go
get your Hag. I will hold this claim
until you return and then l will leave
it so that you may have it, and I will
ioo that none but you will ever get it "
With a beaming countenance she
turaed away and after being gone u
short time returned bearing a Hag at
tached to a stick, which ho helped her
to firmly plait in the ground, Minn
turning to her said:
"Madam, I did not foar a contest, a
I was first upon the Ian 1. You could
not scare me off, but you ask me to
give you this claim arid that makes
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(!ood day. And the man who made
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tho widow s eyes shine with a glad,
happy light strode away.
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Clly Tirlirt 111 I In- I'lrlil Notrit Here uiiil
Charles Dimlar, residing near Parry.
wants to purchase a full set of Chero
New hash housus are going up hi
different parts of town.
Sum Linn, a young man from Kan
sas, was held up near Wharton last
night and robbed of 51S.5U.
A. P. Bice, ono of the relief clerks at
the land office, thoroughly under
stands Ills business. Tony, as he is
mure familiarly known, busldoa being
a good clerk, Is a halo and hearty fob
low well mot
Bert W. Jones Is doing looul work
on thu Kveuing Democrat. That pa
Hir present o prosperous nppoarance.
A meeting was held ut Porry yester
day and the following ticket, culled a
uitlzuus' ticket, was put In the field:
For mayor, (irueu B. ltaum, Jr.; II. W.
Kboy, city attorney; Arnold Miller,
treasurer; JJ. B. lluthrey, city clerk.
Kor councllmeu, Kirat ward, Ted Hill
and John Banks; Second ward, Mr.
Arlcis and John llrogan; Third ward,
Mr. Burke ami Ueorgo II. Bonnott;
Fourth Ward, II. A. Cullurs uud W. II.
Marriage uf Trueiimu A. IMiccrlj' uuil JIl.i
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City and Miss Jennie Sho'vevvaltor of
this citv wure united in tho holy bonds
of matrimony yesterday afternoon.
Probate Judge S. S. Lawrence per-
lorniou wiu coreiuony, wmoii tool:
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IJI... U L .ill, 1IUU1B 111 .11 1 A. U1JII II A.
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Hill, luT l levelaud avenue.
Both are excellent youqg puiplaard
hao a lurgc clnlc of friends who
unite in wishing them a prosperous
'journey through Ufa
THAT'S WHAT THK CAPITAL
OITY POSSBS8BS NOW.
MEETING OF THE CITY SOLOKS.
Illll Calllnc fur Hc rt.l rirrinrn
'c,l inn.lttlns ('nmtiilltrr
.k lartlir Tlnn- Strct
The city council met in regnlar i"es
slon last night with Mayor McBUIin
tey in the thair and the following
eouncilmeM present: lterkey, Baylor.
Blaaa, hynds. Taylor. Snyder, Ilieh
mottd of the r'onrth and Il'chmond of
The special eotnmlttee on Inrest'gt-
tion asked farther time in which to
a report, which was granted.
The pnblle improrement committee
recommended that a stone culrcrl be
bnilt In p'nee of tne hrtdrc now on
Xoble an-l Blerenth street Carried.
rh sum of S350 was added to the
,moant aJnsau approprinlw, to buu,
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ton wood creek.
The water committee was Instructed
to give special rates to consumers
A number of petitions were pre
. setited and the usual big.batch of bills
I l'AIII PIHB IlKPAiminNT.
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is now on the lookout for good, sub
stantial timber to plao on the city
fire pay roll.
ABETHE POLICE CROOKS.
Tno.lrretUnt OJ.1 ilium i Citj lirliigft Out
The following is taken from the Ok
lahoma City Times-Journal l'rom
the tone of the article it is apparent
that the cops of that place have been
under a cloud.
"The two men arrested Monday night
were sentenced in police court yester
day to 1U0 days In jail on the charge
of Impersonating officers. There were
suveral witnesses who testified to be
ing "held up" by them, and the evi
dence was clear that they have been
at work for some .time. L'ndoubtcdly
the crooked work laid at the door ttf
the police can be traced to theae men,
for no one who elniined to have suffer
ed from tho police In the shape of be
ing "held up" has been jible to desig
nate what particular offices was guilty
of thu charge. Our police force is ef
ficient, every member of it being re
putable and worthy clliaens, and re
gardless of the adverse comment made
upon them are doing good work.
Bspeclally is this the case since Prank
Co.-hran has been chief."
TRIAL AT OLATHE.
Uunkpr l.ltlli- to l 1 rlt'd at Tlint I'l ir In
A spucial from Kansas Cltvsavs:
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J"dge Anderson of tho court of com
mon pleas In Kunsas Citv. Kan., who
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I granted a change of venue to Banker
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I '''. chargud with thu murder of
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I Lawyer B. Kdward lohnsou last Julv,
made an orJor dire-ting that tho cuse
bo trlod before Judge John P. Harris
of Johnson county, Kan. It Is ex
pected that tho trial will begin at
Olathe in December.
liiit'k Ulill.l ut l.'nl. I.
C. Diuilap. general superintendent
of thu Bock Island road, was in Kutd
yobtorday looking over tho ground.
Wlilie theru he stated that North Knid
would be provided with depot and
sidetracks at once, but ut "Now Buhl"
a omuu and "eat eh moil bag" would
OlIH Clip I,k4,
It is said that Nigh; Patrolman Tur
ner is to b laid olf. Th city council
dosiro to try retrenchment ut the ox
pens of the people.
Hunk of thu l'ulr.
Wo ore In receipt of the third num
ber of this very interesting publica
tion. It is conceded that In no other
form will tho great Columbian Bx pe
tition be so fittingly portrayed for
present use and permununt preserva
tion, us in Tiik Book oh tub 1'aim, a
work of l.Ouo Imperial folio pages,
13x10 Inches, printed on the tin est en
ameled paper, and now being pub
lished in ii jiarts of Ut pages ooeh, at
81.00 a parL The work present all
tho fcuturu of the fulr and tho mar
velous content, of all the grcnt build
ings. Tho pages are tilled with scones
of beauty and utility, such as tho fern
inmftitfllll llflll..p I Vim tmvnt .1....... .1... '
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room In King Ludwig'k palace, tlie
Electrle Towor of Light, the plctur
eMue Street In Cairo, the Queen of
Knglund's tapestry, the Trench Pu
vilioo, the Duhpmauy Village, tho
Battle Ship and ten thousand mora
The b .k is for ail time anl should be
in evcr .jusehold
A i iu',Jr barber t.ji liar Isjii uvenue
uses Mr v insl jw's syrup and weur
Is the Btsl and Cheapest Paint on the Market.
What Is It that gives any Paint Durability, Beauty ot Finish
and Preservative Quality?
PURE LINSEED OIL--ONLV.
To every gallon of Hammer Pure Prepared Paint must be added one gallon
of Pure Bow I,lnseed Oil to reduce ready for Painting.
When you add a gallon of pure, fresh f.inced Oil to a gallon of Paint, you
know that yon will hare a ready-mixed Paint, made from pure Linseed Oil,
and not one made from Liquid Adulterants This necessarr addition of raw
Littseod Oil plaes the durability of yonr Paint under your own control, aud,
if pnre Oil Is nsed, the durability is assured.
This lnint i. most economical, as compared with other Beady-Mlxcd Paint .
InnfttiiMcli as the consumer does not pay tor Linseod Oil used at the rate of cost
of Ready-Mixed Paint. SI. 40 to SI. 70 per gallon. After being thinned with
pore Linseed Oil. one gallon of the mixture will cover 3tK) square feet two ,
coats on srood surface. j
There is no other Point made that ctsn offer absolute proof of durability,
at a cost of $1. :k) per gallon to the consumer. 7?" For sale only bv
F. B. LILLIE & CO. DRUG. BOOK & NEWS DEPOT. GUTHRIE '
JOKES AND JOKELETS.
Madge v hen do you go to the sea
side? Mabel Whenever a visitor calls
whom 1 don't w ish to nee
"That's a queer notion of Dayton
calling his lawn mower the tramp'."
"BUrht enough it won't work, you
"Please would you be so kind as to
assist a poor man, sir. Besides this
'ere bludgeon loaded with lead, I have
nothing In the wide world to call my
Mrs. Newly weil And do you al
ways trust your husband implleitly.
Mrs. Bxperience, enthusiastically
Indeed I dol That Is to sny, of course,
to a cortaln extent.
"You say she tried to stop a street
car by whistling at it. Did she make
n success of It?" "Yes, in a way. It
was not her whistling that stopped
thu car, though: it was the face she
lUtTors There goes Mr. Do Fashion,
the great society loader. Whlllurs
She'd bo rother "a" handsome woman
wore It not for her mouth. "Too
large?" "No, but It has such a disa
greeable sort of puckor." "Oh, that
comes from eatlnge.irly strawberries."
Bilklns Thr.t boy of mine ha such
an ugly temper, I liato to buy him a
pony. Wilklns Then don't do it.
(Jet him a sailboat. Bilklns But If lie
should got mad at the salllioat, and
lose his self control, he'd upset. Wil
klns Y-e-s, but you'd still have the
Citizen Poople are saying that you
were bribed to put through that
thieving bill In behalf of the Grnball
company. Leglslutor.haughtily Huh!
Who would theru b3 to bribe me, I
should like to know. No one, sir Not
a living soul. Citizen But that com
pany Legislator Why, I'm the
Chief Clork Here's an order for a
bill of goods from n Western man
whoso name 1 can't find in the books,
but I guess he's all right lie says
he'll ay for them next "round up."
Head of Firm Hush! Those cattle
men arc just as likely to lose mqnev
as to make. Chief Clerk This Isn't a
cattle man. He's an undertaker.
Llttlo Miss rrecklos I made ugly
faces at your stuck-up sister tho other
day, but I guess she didn't see me."
Little Johnny Yes she did; but she
thought thpy was natural.
"Did you over get back the umbrella
you lent Bobinaon?" "Yes" "How7"
' I borrowod itagaln " "From Bobln
sop?' "No, from the man he lont i
"What time was It," asked the judge
of the rural witness, "when the
prisoner pasted your house?" "Well,
sir," said tho witness "ef I don't dis
remember, lilt wur about watermilliou
Fond Husband Sweetest, you are
an augel. Pretty Wife I don't want
ever to be an angel. Fond Husband
Why? Protty Wifo Because I have
found that feathers arc not becoming
"Tennis Is a splendid game; don't
you think so, Miss Highflyer?" "Yes,
nduod my brother Tom, who is great
op football, you know, says tennis Is,
simply immense for girls and dufr
Husband, after n sharp quarrel
You may buy the dress if ju wish,
but I shan't pay for It. ifo Then
they'll sue you for the amount. Hus
band So much the better, in that
case I'll pawn the piano for the
Karlchen, in the garden Auntie,
look out of the window a bit, will
you? Aunt What Is it you want?
Karichon Oh, auntie, just put your
head out; here's Ilcinrich won't be
neve mat you squint witli both eyes
Uncle Oeorge Doing to graduate
next month, eh? Well, 1 suppose you
are just working yourself to death
Rettinjr ready for the great occasion?
Anahel 0ll, I sboulJ aay so It has
been nothing but try on aud try on
from morning till night for the last
A LEAF OF NATURAL HISTORY.
A large number of seals are reported
on the Columbian river bar in Oregon.
A pear tree which is said to have
been planted in 1C30 still bears fruit
oh a farm near Dan vers, Mass.
It Is reported that tin eagles along
the ocean coast of the state of Wash
ing ton are being exterminated.
Lilies are raised as a regular field
prop in the Bermudas. la on of the
largest fields over loo.ooo may be seen
in bloom at the same time
Foxes have become so numerous in
certain parts of the highlands of
baotUnd thut they arc looked upon as
a serious danger to the grouse and
A swarm of Ileus has taken absolute
possesion of a farm hou near
iliuuleton, lu.. and driven the ocou
punts from their horn The ho i.
will probably be destroys I , gt r. i
Becent catalogues show tint en )
tomolugista have found ca spev i ,
spiders in the upper Cayuga lake
basin. 370 lu the Distru-t uf l.lumbia
and 310 in .Now h.rgl.ir. l ir i
Marx has co n,ii la - ..f . .
which have be a faj-i in th
regions of 1'ie g jbe
Subscribe fur Ihk Iiuhfu.
.Supreme Court ItppoK. '
Bound copies of the first volume of
Oklahoma Supreme Court reports ea'i
lie had upon application to Kdgar
Jones, territorial librarian.
Mrs. A. P. Saunders announces her
grand millinery opening to be on the
Sth, 0th and Tth of October, at which
time all tho latest in plain and fancy
millinery can bj seen. Ladies of
Uuthrle aud vicinity should not miss
this opportunity to acquaint them
selves vHh the latest stvlcs In fall
aud winter nillllnerv. " 23:Uf
Oklahoma's agricultural naner. thi
Home. Kl.,1.1 nn.l Pnrm ,n,I Tl
IVuBKLv Lkatikk one year for SI.
To Knit. I
Plastered dwelling, wood work j
finished in hard oil and good well of
water, at No. 113 Noblo avenue. Price
per month. SIS. Apply to Kesler. N .
201 Division street north. 2(.1U
To the I-nillei. '
Mesdames Briggs A Benight wish to i
announce tneir opening of fall and
winter millinery for October 3. 4 and
5. A cordial invitation is extended to
all ladies. 25'Hf
Homeseekers' guide and latest map,
the best thing out; compasfcs, etc., at
Mine s urug store. tf
The Misfit Clothing Parlor has moved
to i00 Harrison avenue, third djor
wosl of First streeL Don't forget the
place. 2S7tf P. Nkwman
The MlsfltClothing Parlor has moved
to 208 Harrison avenue, third door
west of First streeL Don't forget the
placo. 257tf P. Nkwman.
lofxir. bilk umbrella with two
gold plates on handle. Loser may
have same by calling at the Arlington
hotol, and paying for this notice. 2oltf
Williamson Stago Co,
Stage leaves Guthrie daily at 7 a.
m. via Partridge, Carney &
arrives at Chandler at
4 p. in
Leaves Chandler daily at 7 a. m.,
arrives at Guthrie at 4 p. m. Office
at (ius Rhoads' cigar store.
.ii-!an'lv Mguvti and
lje. tiona' le Hair, ulietucr uion
hi nils. Ian'. amiH or neck, uitliuut dtsl
iil-.ra inner mlurs t. tlie mo.t drlicati
.(in. It uu for lift)- ciir tlie mere-
lirillllllk til l"r.lHllltl4 WlUlill. arbniml
3 lk'. .1 I j. Ins i .ns as tlie Inehest aullior-!
SliU and tlie in.-st eminent dermatwtoifi&il
ana na T ik-c aiist 111 at cwr in eu l)nr,ni;a
111s tiritaie iiiavtit.e in a lite time am. is
tlie ii..tilfi nd aiini.,na-1 i.f Kumiv lu
nresvr bed Hi reuix-, l'rlee. 11 bv mall.
(i.urei pai.k a
paiU'd I urrnpnndence confi
lential S. ie
a,'0iiu lor AueiiiHi, Ail
The Skookum Root Hair Grower Co,
K .57 S.iulll Kiflh Aip.. N-w- Y
lleforc the I'm till State Land Ofticv.
(iiitlirii-, Oklahiiiiia, July -.1), IW-i:
Coiiipluiiit haing been enteieil at thb
ntllce lv L. It. Peak again.-t John Lliug
ton, llenjaiiiiu 1-'. Nion. William 11.
NKoii. StatToid NIon. Tlioma O. lio-.-CU,
John (iiK-ett. Mai) lioM'tt, Ade
(ONM-ttaiid Ni-llli'(;octt. heirs uf Hllzu I
l.l Intiiii. (Iccea-cil, iiiMiUIng the -aid I
Klhiu Livingston's U.K. No. 51li, made
SepU'inU'r V7. lsM, iion the northeast
quarter of section 10, towiishin Is north,
range 2 west, charging and ullegiiiK tluit
said homestead i-nir) was Illegal fniiii its
inception, for the reason that on thu 3d
day of May. IssU, one Mary J, (iurrett I
made 11. K. No. 072 fctr said traet of land; '
mat tuts amain is i iiurmea ami wrii
'llees thut the Kld Mar J. (iurrett
was within the lands om-iii to .settle
ment by the president's priK-lainatiun of
March '-'.(. l-), in piirsiianeeof tlie act
appnived March 2, lss.i, siitiM-iiiient to
the ald 2d day of March uml prior to 12
o'clock noon iceiitral standard time; of
April 22. Ku: that the said Mary J. tiar
rettwasm th leiiiit of said land and
Mithhi the lands di'M-nbi-ii in said procla
mation at noon uf April 22, Is'.i; that
ald homestead ehtr) No. (p;2 of said
.Mary J. (ianvtt ua- made in violation of
ald proclamatiun and act of cougies of
Aiarcn v, issj; mm tinsaiu .Murv.i.tiar-
ri'tt fraiidiilenil entered into an agree
ment with Kllza l.u iiik'-lon. who on the
27tu day of euteuiuer, ls.v.1, made II. K.
Xo. .'i.U.i for said 1 1 act of laud. That on
said IttAt daU- liU'iitioiMHl the said Murv
J. Garrett reliuiii:ih-l all her right, tl-1 1
una HiUMvst lu ami to said land for h
purputie and with tlie intent uf ut
tering Into said fraudulent agree-
men i .itn i..e sam i.nzu Mving
tou; that said fraudulent agreement was ;
j follows: The I'm id Maiy .1. (Jarrett I
lN-lieed that her said homestead entry
No. H72 as illegal, uml fearing that .she I
Mould be contested eiiUinsI into uu agree- I
me m with the ald HI za Livingston I
whereli) the aid Livlugstuii wa to make
home! -ad entry for th- said tract uf land
.jinaiii tine to me same ami men uihhi
nail t f aid tract -of land to the
arriit. inalsam agreenieui uuu us pur- , "J" """ "Mauwiu um-iiiid, uml will com
pes n d uuderstood hy hoth jwrtles meneeut 10 o'chwk a. 111. ami continue
at the time th same was entered Into from day u day until all tho lots uie sold,
prlni i't ihe time uld J.Uiiiu-ton mude 1 lernisnf a,., casli-Deeils will U' pie
aid iiouitead entry. That suUsinent , arHi and dt-hwid at the close of sale,
to tie-date of Mild homeiead l'lllr thf I J. II. (). Lamiiidi,
-.i.d Lin iugtou. ami lu pursuance of said John T. Tavi.oii,
ajins ineut. rrltU. mlied a pait of suid lll'on Mfl'iimiiK,
uaeiufland; to-wit, II v acnw of the I'rustees Town-ile lluaid No. 0.
aine for eemeUTy purposes: that for the Septemlier 2S, isU3.
-.line the saW Livingston reliiniuishwl. ; .. ..
iliat for the Mime tb iald Lh illusion mrt mn . ..n
i.eehedfrowtlK' tow il of Mulhall, Ok.. 1 T() THP I AHTPQ
1I1-sum of IIUJ and that the said Li vliii;-, 1" 1IID LnUlIilJi
stoii gate tothe said (iurrett a uiajoiit) I ..
t said tun lu cowpiiuuce nun their,
agreomciit. That the said 1 V
- .fence aud culti atluu and for 1 h.. .in - l
tiialiiiiig a bonii lor Ih-im if, tj- t
ptirpoio of siieculatlim and fm tlH-
I ttvesam iury iiarnu.
it.aut further ar tliat the
a.. I Liua
1 4tou died In thu month
r, imc', ai uie no use in .vn u sit'li
Mho residus one lillle oust of M'llhalf,
in Uiau county. Okluhomu ten mm.
Will ttU'w to the camu'llatiMii ,, the
mu iii tin -aid parti. s a .. ri o
sunn,.!, toapp. ar at the I ' t sjjaf. s
u ,,- t at init'.ri. OWIal i.u 011 t
l 1. i, .(,)i m'j ls'.U. .1 .1 lock a
'i r spj'ia a iU In -st te
g-aiua- gaioi 1 j i.owk
tw "S -.'
It .s tnt healthiest anl finest ihmk i tan ilrink yotirtelf
or offer your frieinl. It is preferable to strong drinks anil
people in general prefer it to wine. ANHKUSER-HUSCII
motto in brewing beer is
NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD.
lie sure and inquire for
Before leaving for the Strip, since the water may be scarce and that
which you get may not suit your palate, and also
endanger your health.
CAN BE FOUND AT ALL
G- M. BARNES & SON
Will maintain their
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
Fire, Life. Accident and Tornado Policies. Written Immediately Upon Application,
Our accident busincs embraces
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY, STEAM BOILER,
INDIVIDUAL ACCIDENTS, FIDELITY BONDS
c.i. -- .-.i .i i .
'JU" "H '"""'S'"""
proved farm or town property. Office in Times Buiiditi?. Oklahoma
lVEill327 Sfc TFI itcSicocls.
Delightful Rooms in Connection.
Corner Second St. and Oklahoma Avenue.
(Opp. Land Ollice.)
$1.00 per Day.
LiODCiINCi lio AND ..O CIAT-.
S. FRAZIER, Proprietor,
Newly Furnished Throughout.
I vIcf,, Ci KA llllis.
Oko. A. Metcalf, President.
Capita! National BanKj
Capital fully paid,
Reopened for Business!
Better Than Ever!
Rates, $1.00, $1.25
NICE CLEAN ROOMS. DEST MEALS IN THE CITY-
MRS. D. BLUBAUGH, Proprinlposs.
Notice of siileof I'm 1 ,1m, , I,(,.
Pursuant to the proIsotis ()f Seetlon 4
; of the Act of Ma 4th, lb'jo, entithil "An
I Act to prolde fin towiislte entries of
I land In wkat is knuwn its Ohlaltutna. itu"
and hy irtue of an order from Hie .Secre
tary of tln Interior, dated March 31. ls'.U,
the undersigned trustees, will sell to tlie
lifghe-t liidder, in the city of (iuthrle
county of Logan, territory of Oklahoma
on Sati-imiav, OcToiiKit II, Islfl. the fnl
' lowing descrllxil list of unclaimed lots
i situated In what Is known as Capita!
i Illll and West Guthrie, townsltfn:
Illock 23. low 1, 2, S, , fl, o, 7, S, 9. 10. 11,
12. 13, 14 and 15.
Illock 2U lot 10.
Illock SO, lot 0, if., 17 uml IS.
Illock 31, lot 1, , .1, 1, 5, 0, 7, 3, 1), 10, 11,
Illock 32, lots 1, 2, 3, 1, 5, 0, 7, 3, 'I. 10, 11
Illock 27, lotsl. 2, 3 and 13.
Illock 40, lot 10.
Illock 41, lots 5. S, 23 anil 31.
ltiook &'i, lots 0. IS, 23 and 21
iiiocK ;, mis 17 ami 1m.
Mock M, 5, , 7. 3, v and 10.
Mock si. lu(s is and lo.
Mock 13, lot IS.
Mock 42, lots 1A aud 10.
Mock i2. lot 7.
Mock (13, lots o ami 7.
Mock 77. lot 3.
Sale III take tilm-i-In fr.n.1 r vi.......
huildlntr. on l'lrt stnu.i. luiun iinrri.
"' oagers lias located in tup
M. C A. llllililim nwr Mi-l s;.i,,,.,ra'
K"ia ' u Ml'k III Ml"' tqllot, buatuif i Ida
complexion, Hair dressing, uianlouro, otc.
T. L. ROBINSON,
House, Sign and Carriage
Kstlmatus FurnUlied on App tcat'on.
US North Sccoud Street.
.l'i i .- i .. ;..,
"ic leimurj. .nunc,
$5-OO per Week.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
lir.ST MKALS IX Till: CITV.
M. L. Tusnkh, L'ushier.
; ; : ;
KOK A (iOOU
Cleveland Ar. East of Division SI.
EY TO LOAN!
Houses amd Store
Rooms for Rent.
If you arc in need of anything
in our line we can
LYNDS REAL ESTATE GO,
ESTABLISHED APRIL 22, 1889
115 Oklahoma Ave.
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trams should be left one
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