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_ NOTICE I We send our paper to everyom
To Homesteaders. who i.- having a tiual proof notice
Persons filing betore published tliereiu. Kach one is
July 26th 1894 have expected to look carefully over their
publication and if any error is fount:
to report it to u« at once for correc-
tion. Bring vour Hlini; papers with
you.
10 years from date of
their filing on which
to make proof.
Emory d.
Brownlee.
NOTICE ft >h PI BM< VTV >N.
I'lrst lJul)li he<l Jurif t&Mi, 1903
Department of the Interior,
LiinQ Office «.( Kingfislioi OUIh.,
Apr. 11th 11102.
Notice Is hereby ?iven that the following
Darned settler lias tiled notice of his Intention
to makfc final proof In support of Ms claim,
and that said proof will be made before
the Re^Mer and Receiver at Kingfisher
Okla., on August 11th. JW2' via;
JOHN liAUNfcTT!
II. K, No. 14' 2rt for U;e Lots .% s-w M,
C-w of See. 21, Town. 1H, u Kuup? 8. W. I. M
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous vgsldence upon and cultiva-
tion of said laud, viz: Charles .Tared, W. W.
Sopor, T. J. Turner, and W, C, liaraott all of
Kiel, Dklahoma.
RMOUY D. RI\OWNI.KR, Register,
NOVICE KOR P13 BLU>AT1QN
First Published 6 lW-U. 1902;
Department of tUe Iuterlor.
Land OlUce at Kingfisher. Oklahoma,
May 80th l*"'.
Notice is hereby jflven that the following
named settler has tiled not ice of his Intention
to m>ke final prootin support of his claim,
and that 8aW proof will be made before
R« glnter and Receiver, U, 8. Land Office at
Kingfisher, Okla,, on September 1902. viz:
JOHN J. EDSON
II. F. No. 10138 for the s Yt n-w >4 and lots 3
&4 of Sec,4, Twp i'f n Range 8 W. I M-
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of s.tid land viz; H,arvey Utterbach and
Ggorge At'woodof Kingfisher, Okla. George
Jameson and Alexander Mcclellan of Kiel,
Okla,
Emory 1) Buowni.ee; Register
NOTICE FOR PL1 ULIGATION!
First Published J un. 19th 1Uu2
Department of the Interior
Vaud Oillce at Kingfisher. Oklahoma
May. 21st. 1902
Notice Is Is hereby given that tf;e following
named settler has (lied notice of Ills intention !
to mafce ttqal proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will bo made before
the Register and Receiver. LJ S. Land Office
at Kingfisher, Okla. on September 12 1902 viz
CHARLES OAVETT, of KJel, okla.
For tlu1 s-w.f4 bee u2 Twp 1H, Range 8 W I M
Me names the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said land, viz: T, M. Noel, J. \V. Mo-
Clellan, G. M. Trosper and J. M. Cavett all
of Kiel, OkIu.
Emory d, Brownlee, Register
Notice for Publication.
First Published June 10th, 1902.
Department of the Interior,
Land Otlice at Kingtisher Okla.,
May 27til, 1002
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has tiled notice
of his intention to make iiual proof
In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver U. 8. land otlice. at King-
fisher. Okia. on Sept. 18'h, 1902, viz:
MARSHAL PAYNE, Kiel, Okla.
H. E. No. for the s-e i. See. 23.
Twp. 17 n range 9 W. I. M.
lie names the following witnesses
to prove nis continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land viz;
Stephen H. Collier of Kiel Okla,
William Smith of " •'
J. A. Royer of •' "
Charies H. Riese of " "
Kiiouv D. Bkownl.ee, tiegi«t,er.
NOTICE l-'OK PUBLICATION!
First F iblished 6, I9tli, 19ttj,
Dcpurtoient of the Intariar
t mid Office at Klngtislicr, Okla,
May 30th 19US.
Notleo Is hereby Riven thut the following
u.im'-d settler ha? filed notice of his Intention
lu make final proof ill supportof Ills claim,and
that said proof will be made before the
lietflster and Iiecelver; U. 8. Land Office
at Kingfisher, Okla. on Sept., 9th. 1902, ylz
Samuel M. Hypes, Kiel, Okla,
For the s V4 of tho s-w >4 Sec. 10 Twp, 17
Range 9 W, I, Jl,
He names the following witnesses to provy
Uls continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said land, viz:
Frank Gill of Kiel Okla.,
Charles Gill " *• "
Elmer Ogle " ' "
P. A. Jolinson " " 11
Ehoky D, Hrownlke, Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'
First Published 6, 19th, 1902
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Kingfisher, Okla..
March 26th 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the
following-named settler has tiled no-
tice of his intention to make ilnal
proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver U. S. Land
office at Kingfisher, Okla., on August
8th 1902 viz1 Andrew A. Payne:
II. E. No.——for the s-w i of
Sec. 24, Twp. 17, n Range 9 VV. 1. M.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said iand viz.
,Jacob T. Raoiey of Kiel, O.T.
William Smith of " "
C. H. Riese of «*
S. H. Collier of " •'
Emoij-y D Hown^se, Register
notice for publication
First Fubiisnsd Juuo 19th 1903
Department of the Interior
I.and Office at Kingfisher Okla.
May 9th 1903
Notleo Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of hisintention
to make final proof in support of hiaclaim.
and that said proof will bo made before
the Register and Itecelysr U. S, Land Otlice
at Kingfisher, Okla. on August 39th 1903 vli
JOSEPH C, WOOl.) Parvin Okla*
H E No 8410 for the e !4 u-w 14 and lots 1 &
2 of Sec,18 Twp, 19 n Range 9. W, l.M.
He. names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said land vl2, Frank S. Allen
Ulysses L, Harrison, Fielding J, Kirtley, and
Ora L. Kirtley, all of Parvin, Oklahoma,
Emuhy Ij Browni.ee Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION!
First published June 19th: 1902
Department of the Interior
Land Office at Kingfisher, Oklahoma.
April S4th, 1902.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler Inyi filed notice of his Intention
to mako final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
Register and Receiver V, S, Land office at
Klngfiser, Okla. on Aitgust 32nd 1902, viz:
CHARLSS A, DAUBER, of Cooper. Okla
For the u-e '4 n-e $ , Sec, 13 Twp, 17 Range. 10
W, I, M,
He names tho following witnesses to prove
his Continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said land, viz: James Washburn
Nolson Washburn, Andrew Prldemore and
John Washburn all of Cooper, Okla.
Emory. Rrowni.es: Register;
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NOTICE POR PUBLICATION
'First Published 6 19th. 1902.
* Department of the Interior,
Land Oliice at Kingfisher, Okla.,
June 2nd. 1902
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has tiled notice
qf her intention to make final proof
in support of her claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver, U S. Land office at
Kingfisher, Okla, on Sept, 18th, 1902
viz; Mari W.els, Widow of George
Weis deceased, II. E. No.8120,
For the n-e i of Sec. 12 twp 17. N of
R. 9. W. l.M. IJ E, No. 8120.
Slie names the following witnesses
to prove hci continuous residence
upon unci cultivation of said land, viz.
Gustav H. Holleobach, William M.
Chalker, James Lorenz. and Jacob j.
Lorenz ail of Kiel, Oklahoma.
Emory D. Rrownlee, Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION!
First Published .Tun 19th. 1902
Department of the Interior
Land Office at Kingfisher Okla.
March 38th 1902,
Notice Is hereby given t.|mt tho following
ivuneil settlor has Hied notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support oMiis.,claim
ajit! that said proof will bt) made before the
Register nhd Receiver u. A Land Office at
I^ingfishpr 011 August 8th. 1903, viz:
JACOB T, RAM.F.Y, Kiel Okla.
H. E No.— fo.r the e of the s-w.' and lots
3 & 4 of Sec. 19 Twp, 17. n. Range 8, W. I. M,
He names the following witnesses to prove
hiK continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of paid land viz: A, A. Payne, William
Suiith. O. II, It^bBO, and S, H. Collier, all o
Kiel, OAia.
LjdOBV 1> filioWNLKE Ksglatar.
NOTICE FQli PUBLICATIONS
First I'ubliiheU June 19th 1903.
Ucpartment of the Interior
Land Office at '.I4ngfisher. Oklahoma,
May., 38th 1902
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler lias filed notleo of his.intention
to rnafce final proof In support of his claim
and that said proof will be made bufore M, F
Nigh U. S. Court. Commissioner at Hitchcock.
Okla,, on Sept. 16t.li 1902, viz: H, E, No, 1166?
Fredrick R. Link, of Seuy. Okla!
For the s-eVi sec. 14 T. 18 range 10. W. 1, M.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said laud viz; C, C, Link and C.
Link of Ferguson Okl.i, Christian lielswig
of Seay, Okla, George Klein, of Hitchcock
Oklahoma,
emory, d, browm.ee, Register
What A Tail It Tells.
If that mirror of. yours shows a
wretched, sallow complexion a
jaundiced look, uioth pathes and
blotches, on the skin, it's liver
trouble: but Dr. King's New Life
Pills regulate the liver, purify the
blood, gives clear skin, cheeks, rich
complexion. Only 25c at JI. N.
Moore drug store.
Don't fail to see the mammoth
jack owned by J. T. Darling—two
miles south and three quarters west
of Lacey,.
A- unified part? led by an licnest
and energetic leader. i the goal
towards which the, republicans oI<
the United States are travelling.

An eastern syndicate with a capi-
tal of $1,500,000 has secured an
option on 25,000 acres of coal land
in Illinois, aud is attempting to
secure about 5000 acres naore. It is
supposed the Dprlingtou road is
l^hiud, t^ifl syndicate.^.
CONTEST NOTICE.
First puhlishod May. 29, 1902.
Depart ro^nt of the Interior.
United State* Lund Office.
Kinffffeber, o. P,
Muy 20th,
a sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed n thl* office by Charies Gill, of Kiel, O.
T. contestant, against Alexander A. Kobln-
hon entry No7R2U., made Muy 12, 189?, for the
N. F, of Section 9, Township 17, ltuuge 9t
by Alexander A Robinson. Contestee, in in support of llis Claim, and tll.lt said
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NOTICR KOR PUBLICATION. , . „ . ,,..x
First publisited Aug. 7th 1002. A\ BroX 801,3 K. «
Departuieat of the Interior, livrry stable to K M ^
Luori uffiice at Kingfisher, okla. troin « the stablv
July. .Ird 1002. ' under the iu:tti:ii>ement of T ^ 9
Notice is hereby given that the fol-1 —V
lowlnt{-uui>-ed settler has filed notice' Mr«. NlUi*- ftl i nn,, of V
of his in ention to make final proof'Oal.
which it is alleged that Alexander A. Kobln-
son hus abandoned the suld tract of land and
removed ids residence therofrom for more
proof will be made before t he Reyiste?
arid receiver L*. S. Land office at Kitin-
than six niemtlis, <inca uiaking his said entry j tislier, okla. oil November 7th 1902, viz
nEINRICH (J. II. HOLLKNHACH,
of Kiel, Okla. H. E. No. M19i).
For the s-w. iSec. 35 Twp. 17 Range
a W. 1. M.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land via-
Henry Brooks, of Omegu Okla.,
of Kiel,
anil next prior to the 12th, day of May, lss>7.,
and In fact never established a bonefied
residence on the said laud.
a 11,1 that the said alleged absence from tho
said land was not due to his employment In
the aruiy, uavy or marine ccrps of thy
United States ;oi a private soldier, officer,
sonman or marine, during the war with Spain
ordnring any other war In which th&United
States mav be engaged: and said parties are
hereby notified ti
evidence touch 1,
a. m, on Sept. th, 1W02 before Register and
Receiver at ' ,c United Slates Land Office In
Kingfisher Okla.
The said contestant having. In a proper
affidavit, filed May, 20th 1U02, set forth facts
which show that duo dJillgence personal ser-
vice of this notioecun not be made It Is here-
by ordered itnd directed that such notice bo
given by deu and proper publication.
E. 1>. Brownlee, Register.
ppear, respond and offer ! SylvanUS , I'ennell
Id allegation at 10 o'clock | j.,y ^ LJ<jl lev
Mort J. Ketch
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION!
First Published June, 19 1902
Department of the Interior,
Land Office at KinuHsher Okla.,
May., 24th 1002
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has tiled notice
of Ills iutention to make HnaJ proof in
support of his claim, aud that said
proof will he made before Register
and Receiver at Kingfisher, Okla.,
on Sep. 11th, 1902, viz;
GUY MOON
H, E.No. ]3978 for the s-e i Sec. 35,
Twp. 17 N R 9\V, I. M.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land viz:
Francis Melntyro of Alpha, Okla,
John McClure, " "
Joseph A. Docke<>y " "
Frank Wilson " " •'
Emop.y d. Buownlke, Eegisier.
Emory D. Brownlff., Register.
•mp;inv ith her V
Mrs. K. t'. >frrong. oi llrX
are visiimo velaiivos iu l\ie\
week.
"How i
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NOTICE FOR FUHLICATION.
First Published June 19th. 1002.
Department of the Interior.
Laud Offiee at Kingfisher, Oklahoma,
May 2nd 1B02
Notleo Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed not Ice of hisintention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
aud that said proof will be made before the
Register and iteceiyer, U. S. Land Office at
Kingfisher Oklahoma on August 301602, viz;
THOMAS FINTON, of Alpha. Okla.
for the s-e Sec. ao, Twp. 17, R 8 W. t. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said land, to-wit:
Frank Wilson 0f Alpha Okla
Clark Moon of ,, 11
.1 ay 1'olley 11 "
Robert Aloler of • <•
Emory D BRoWNt.ee.Reglster
NOTK'K KOR it It Lit ATloN
First Published iu Kiel 1'ces.j, Aug 7m 1!'02 '
Department of the Interior
Land Office at Kingfisher Okla.,
June, 7th. 1U02,
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
aud that said proof will be tnadtt before tho
Register and Receiver #*. S. Land Offic.' ;t.t
Kingfisher, O/.ia., on September. 2-lth 1002,vi/:
BENJAMIN M. I', JORDAN,
of Kiel Okla. for the s-o of Sec. 12, twp.
17,rjtiigt>9, W. 1. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tioaofsald land, viz: William M. Chalker
Samuel B, (Jilne Francis M. Stimmel
Johu J, Walters, all of Kiel, Okla*
Emory i>. Browklke, Registtt
■ 1 o inv hvurl i.< ihe li\ _
o —
subscriber
Who pays in advance at the bit {•
of oaoh year—
Who 11\ s down the dollar and pttavOH
it gladly,
And casts 'round the oOio u
elmer,
never i ays^ ^'Stop it- *
afford ill"
I'm oettintf more p:tjn
than I oan road."
always- says, '-Send
family like it;
In fact, we think
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«ver> Tuesday
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loom. Clerk
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Uow welconi'
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.!
First Published Aug 7th, 1002.
Department of the Interior
Laud Office at Kingfisher, Okla.
June 12th 1002
Notice Ik hereby given that the following
named settler has Hied notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support, of his claim,
and that, said proof will be made beforo the
Register and Receiver U, S. Land Office, ;U
Kingfisher Okta., on October, 7tb 1902 vl^.
THOMAS MclNTIRE!
H, E. No, lOliOti for the s-w Soc. 21, Twp, 1£
N Range 8, west.
He names the following witnesses to prove
ills continuous residence upon ami cultlva
tlon of said, land viz:
Harvey Uttorback, of Kingfisher, Okla., and
Milton Duffy, and Milton Dupy, of Excelsior
Okla. and Charles ,1-arei; of Kiel, Okla.
Emory I). Bkowki.ee, Register.
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? Complaints*
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How . I' .tkis our ejes oa.uoe!
Wt ot' .vmdly thank liim> we
wardly bless hiiu——
1' • steady subscriber who payi
advanoe."—Ex.
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PRISONER READ THE BIBLE.
NO'llCE FOR PUBLICATION
First Published. June 19th. 1902
Depart ment of the Interior.
Land Office at Kingfisher. Okla,,
May. i0 1902
Notice is hereby given that the
following-na.ued settler has filed no-
tice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before
Register and Rec., U. S. Land office
at Kingliser okla. on Sep. 3,1902 viz
DENNIS O'BRIEN
H. E. No. for the s-e i Sec, 10.
twp. 16. R. 9 VV. I. M
lie names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upou aud cultivation of said land, viz
William VVadsworth, William E.
Wadswortlj, Orvilje A. Proctor and
Edward Morrisy all of Omega, okla.
Emory D. Urownlkk. Register
If you want a deeded farm cheap
or on long time, call on Uriat,
Chalker fc Co.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
First Published July.. 24th 1902.
Department of the Interior,
Land office at Kingfisher, okla ,
July 18th. 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has 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 U. S. Land Office at
Kingfisher, okla. on Sept., 8th 1902,
Viz: WILLIAM C. RARNETT.
of Kiel. Okla.
For the n-e} of See. Ii2. twp. 18. N.
R. 8, W. I. M.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence up-
on and cultivation of said land, viz: j
Thomas M, Noel, of Kiel Okla! hit
The Press office sells old papers
at 20c per hundred
It Needs a Tonic.
There are times when your liver
needs a tonic, Don't give purgatives
that grige and weaken. DeWitt's
Little Early Risers expol all poison
from the system and act as tonic to
the liver. W. Scott, 531 highland ave\
Milton. Pa,., says: 'T have carried
DeWitt's Little Early Riser- witli me
for several years and would not be
witbot them." Purely vegetable.
They never gripe or distress..
II. N. Moo he
The Biblo says "He that oftteth
the sour grape,his teeth shall be set '
on edge". A great many
imagine if it is customary to oat,
. j on iiim, he said: "1 was ..era five yeara
sour giapes, that sour grapes wen t ( ag„ al,j ordered t* chluken for din-
set their !e«th on edge. One of tin
most foolish aud cowardly things j
in the world is tor an individual ti.!
try to a'jifi the burdtsi of his respon- j
sibilitiy, by saying "others-do so!
and so". A man tries to cheat me |
and I cheat him. Am I honest?
Not a bit of it—I am just as much a
Sing Sing Convict Gave Proof of Hist
Familiarity With the Scriptures.
cf the Institutions of tb« stat
p j Mtiary at Slug Sing. N. Y„ which
s -'at ill in keeping with the cliar-
p- o- o >ha Inmatua is u Sunday
• h,ieh all the convicts aro
l t . -ct, p not from choice, but
h:> eVat!on o;' the vr/: ■ p. Vet fier-
•iys !: is a n>a*!l of siul <t.-
thusia:- r i fs-it each and every pupil
lnvarla.-." 'tn'sf.-: that he never neg-
lects at eatiot'.a! o; i.\.tl-itiiiv.
A few d-iys -^ir.c-e Ute fohot I t-fleltrr
(an Inmato^ delivered a lecture to, hia.
class upon 'Jirsioloijical anaf.orjy. ilo.
drew the eb{ of tl:«> iv'Mt ttie tun pp.;
thf " r, upou t'!o b.o.rd an;!
ser tho f'Toikiae of '-ach. r.nd he-
coj..-,:." t ,,--0.'.'.i. 'aily
iBterestiug ana lustrucuve luioruiutlon,
about the kidneys.
The lecture finished, the teacher. In.
dwelling upon another matter, had oc-
casion to refer to the Ltible.
8ai<l he:
"I wh-h to say to yon that, outside of
the spiritual benefit to be derived from
the Bible, there is so much of value
to be obtained front It that every re an
should be thoroughly conversant wilh
it. How many of you reae the Bible?""
With the ever-present, readiness to
exhibit thirst for hnorviodge each hand,
shot au enthusiastic affirmative quick-
ly into the air. Hvrai the teacher was
astonished, aud perhaps somewhat inr
dignaut, too, at so many barefaced lies
on such a saered subject, for ho sud-
denly pointed tu a bright eyed Italian
and demanded:
"You read the Rible, do you? Tell,
me, of what, does the book of Genesis
treat?''
With :.t olut,ely no show of hesita-
tion ctee unswar. came, loud and.
strung:
"TJie Uit'neys!"
Thtro Was a (Jameress.
A commercial traveler, dining at fc.
oountry inn, ordered bollod cbickoa.
for hi:; Jinpor. It was y-' eed beforai
1 hir~, ard iie tried In vain tt> mako aa,
men | Incision with his knife and fork.
T :rning to the girl who had waited'
ner.
' Ch; says," answered the girl (lip-
pratiy. "I remember. It was 1 who.
waited on you."
"How strange—how very strange!"'
remarked the man in a low, awe--
stricken tone.
"Why is it so strange?" intr. ired tho .
Thomas J. Turner "
Harvey Utterback" Kiugiisher"
John 11. Burnett of Kiel "
Emory D. ISiiowklee, Register-.
rascal as if I had cheated an in-
nocent man. A person tries to
deuieve y<>u, and you beat liim at
i .vn game. Arc you. truthful?
| Not a bit of it.
I much of
You are just as
liar as if you
| lied decieved- an innocent person
1 The other fellow has not a thing in
□ The wisdom of Representative-] ti e world to do with our personal
Dabco&k, chairman.of the npubli-J conduct. Integrity and 'truthfulness
can Congressional Campaign ] and virtue are not from, outward
conduct, but from inward principle..-
A man and his Clod are the only
judge, aud a mau who is nottrue
Committee, in determining, to ex-
pend the funds of thatCommittee lor
speaking in the campaign is obvious.
The voters are too prosperous, and
therfore too busy, to have tine to
read compaign literature.
"It's naork, than strange, It's won-
derful—such a coincideaoe eculd hard-
ly happen twice—same gi,i. same-
thicken!" and he looktxi reverently at
the specimen before him, while tlio*
Building it Railroad in Cuba.
A new railroad nnder construction
in Cuba by American and Canadian
capitalists has been graded, for sev-
enty-four miles out of Santiago and
the track i* laid lor thirty-five miles..
The ritjht of way has to be purchased,,
as no concessions can be obtained by
corporations in Cuba at present. Five,
thousand mon aro engaged on the.
work. Track layers receivce 51.5ft a.
day and graders if 1, American money.
Thus far the road has penetrated a.,
sugar-raising country, with rich, black.,
"gumbo soil,," Ties are obtained iiu
to both regardless of the world and the United State* and shipped by way,
of New Orleans aud Mobile.
the flesh aud the devil
honest man,.
is not an i
Be not anxious about little things,,
it thou wouldst learn to trust Ood.wit&i
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Christ, J. H. The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1902, newspaper, August 14, 1902; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102706/m1/5/ocr/: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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