Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 17, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 27, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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SATURDAY, APIIIL 1:7.
tncHi !inm?i i* t1*o \wU . t Pomlilnii-
tion of the names of tiiu two tcrri-
Wuircronor, tlio ppeftkor of th<
, lmuio in lli«' ><ponil le^irflttturc, I."
now in Hawaii.
Work on tlio Torumsoh, Chunrt-
l >r mi l (Juthrlo U-lepliono line lifl£
• h'i.mih t Ti tMiUMcli.
Judge NcnM lifts tloctldotl tlmt tin-
Kick:.poo IrxliftiiH liftve a i i^l t to
Ji Hse their allotments.
A wealthy Indian on tlio west
pMo r<". Merr i u an Okltiliorciii
City hotel llig llelly Esq.
Council Grove reservation I* oc-
cu|ili-«l hy scjuatter-', w.l o lio|io<hns
to irqtifro tome t;ort of tquity in
The cixth «nnIvorsiry of the
"ul'Ciiinjr «ln>" w.ix celebrnted at
v.-i i ions jilac sin t he territory last
V.x Governor f'e.iy vIh!t «l Doss
1' ilh'y at i't. Loirs recentlv, and
tbe papers are Haying the visit has
At i'hamller the J year-old
dnti.'htor of.!ph McKennn fell
into a dry well fifty feet deep and
was instantly killed.
if twenty Oklahoma editors
thiol; lliey ran rai.-n eighty-five
dollars per capita, Il ero will l c an
editoiiid < \rursion to the City of
Mexico in May.
Amotion todi--olve the injunc-
tion iwrainst t lie Choctaw railroad
WflH held before Judpe Scott at
Oklahoma City on Tuesday arid
Wednesday of this week. Judge
fteott will render a decision next
Oklahomnn: Mr. ''"Iiompson, a
farmer living on the South Cana-
dian. was In town yestenl iy with
it peliean li • hud capliirpd •" that
stream Thursday. He said it wiih
one of a 1! -ek of t wenty-flve, and
he ran it down on a liorwo. It was
ti strange looking hird, with a hill
a f-of lnni and wintfs niofipurltig
eigltt IV i t from tip to tip.
Oovornor Kenfrow has pardoned
lKl'\>r*'s F. II Davis of Norman,
mI;i> has h-'on nlenced forgetting
money undei fal-e pretenscH lie
js the man th.it had l eon u i d as a
f -tsiaiwin a trans u tion by Tom
W hit goner, in which, however,
jVni escapod. 1> n is Im an old man
end had behaved him so well in
j ri-on that even .Judge Scott a*k-
• d for a commutation of his sen-
^i iuiiIiii'i uinl IIIn llniiil.
N. Il'imbfck, In reporting n
recent vi>it to Fort Hill, siiys:
"Whili' tlii'ii- I Imil tlio plunsiiro
nf uoiiiR with ('iiiitaln Hcntt to visit
the IuiihI of Arizona Almoin*, now
miller liirt elmrire and located near
die Kurt on t'neho creek. He lms
tlie Iiuliiins nil at work, ploughing,',
plmitii.i;, liuilillnc, Iniiillnit with
t.inns, mid even running n snw
mill; till of which is dnnu tiy the
.Vpueiies tlieiuselves, w ith « com-
peteiH while man liere ami there
to Instruct thorn. Of tlio luml.fr
they linvo n.iweil they nru now
luiililinir a do'iliio row of conifort-
ulile ipi.irlfrs oil a well selected
pliitenu between two streams.
Iteiiliy it is surprising to see how
well those Iniij ins do tiieir work
mid In wlt.it metlioiN they pro-
ceed in their Intior. Old I ieroniino
himself, wus carrying water from
it wngon tank to supply the engine
nt tlio anv mill while some young-
er A parlies weiv niiinaglng the
inij earringes and the saw. Mr.
si nit is certainly doing some eltec-
tlve work in the inniiagemeiit of
liieao Apaches and he deserves en-
couragement in the task."
Ok lahoma nt (Tu day): Thcrain A.a«,«rc ko>,«.iiu .7.
Sitn I iy nit;lit u t- very much sent- Amp.mohi", I. T., April 1!2.—A1
I -red -good showors in - >oie local- ready the city has commenced to
itifs nnd iif i«- t all in otheis. In ; i-i from its allies ami ruin hy yes-
The S. E Blake Stock of General Merchandise was
bought under the hammer at Noble on the 8th day of
April last, for
28 G&NTS ON THE DOLLAR,
and will be closed out in the Moseley Brick at Lexington
at unheard-of low prices. Call early to secure bargains.
WHEAT ON A 210 EOOM.
liny Weill I l> •« *Uly-Two t'ciiltt
ClilCAfio, April 22.—After a wild
«purtnt. the opening and a Hlump
in the middle of the nession, wheat
,dosed I :J-8e. higher for May today.
Heavy huyiutr hy hhorta caused
tlio advance. The market started
with a wild rush, opening trades
bring l-'Jc mlvance. livery one
wanted to get May at 01 MV and
July at-<W l--c. Almost instantly
(VJc vvns hid for Muv and ( 3e for
July, and it was only then that it
was found nossiblo hy a great num-
ber of brokers haviinr orders to
And plenty of sellers. The rush to
buy had obtained such an Imp* tu«,
however, that 62 l-Ic and ( •> 1-Uc
weie paid when the trading got
into a revrular swing. The last
mime I price was reached in Ave
minutes after the start.
Oklahoma City I'.MOOfhs of an Injli
fell, hut north of the city there wa«
only u sprinkle. A couplo of mites
of the city there was no rain,
out Choctaw (*i'y had a goo«l show-
er. A good show er vl-dted Ml lte-
no nnii vicinity, hut Norman did
not get any. Theredird Is being
gradually I n ken, however, nud
Observer Widenwyer thinks we
will have Lr' '>d rains very soon all j Monday,
over the territory,' Iboenlesi
terday morning's lire. Several
temporary business houses were
erected today. As fast us the ruins
cool the debris is being removed
and the work of rebuilding will
commence ftt once. Not a hard-
ware firm escaped the flames.
Tins delays rebuilding, hut several
car loads of building hardware are
in (inn it and will reach hero on
The college building lias
I for temporary court
l w «v
K nin Ci'y Tlmr*.
There is neither ui«mm
ity in casting pearls befor
but to the ijiM^tlon "w hat
mtikes the hi Ivor dolhr.le
facilities and tlio prisoners nr«
I held under a heavy guard in a cot-
! ton seed house. It is now learned
nor ntil- "nt all records in tlio Vnited
■ swine, States inar-hal's ottlco were saved
K it that I and about half of the records from
-s :-omul! Hi" clerk «>f tho court's office. The
answi r!June's bench docket, howev ~
uilKhl Ins lound in the f.<et lint the u us destroyed, and it i.1 hardly
eied of the r.ivv muteri il ill the (fold likely that Jmli-e Kilgoro will he-
■ luliar is Ml Ii'vl# ice lis ■ finch, ami ahle In open the term of Ihe I'nlted
the fliictn.iti >n in viiino ioHnitelv Stnten court el for the Ulth of tliln
It-'s if there re brains enough I month, as it will take at least one
where the question came from t month to prepare a new docket,
appreciate evi n m> plain a i r p . Umuxvn en«r.
IV\ i:i-, Aprll 22* I n the I edera I
Vuihrlc N<>iisnii n. [ court the evidence ill tlio case of
< J i T11 it 11 , Aaril 21. liiist Sep- John Stevenson, for the murderof
tember the iiodv of Trani; I., d , Joe (J.iiio-at I'aui's Vail, v, I. T.,
n voting Kngli timan who had been hi July, I I. was concluded last
in'thls t-ounti v but a few iuonths,h Ight,aiid this morning Judge
I«i uu I in the Cottonwood river Hryant charge'ti the jury. Just as
Doctors deelared lie was ti id be the case was iinMied on a former
faroetoterlng tin wat«*r, tut there trial one of the Jurors was taken
was not a murk of violence upon "dclv, ami about the same time it
the body ami after aw. k of inves- *fas discovered that the saul juror
tigation the coroner pronounced had ht en n uiemlu • of the gram)
t he <leath • ■ I-- f. tn eau-.s un.jury Uiat Indicted Stevenson over
known and the t a.se remained a 'lyearago. (.aims was u eonsta-
mvtery. hie and a deputy Vnited States
The l.i:>li b- veriimentat th<- j iirsh «l. The difficulty which led
Instigation of ti; < n-ul nt Kansas. 'o the killing originated over a di.s-
City took the mutter up, howi ver, nute about the bond of a man who
and sent a «t. teetivc bore direct had been committed by the Cnlted
kvt el. -' States ciiinmis' loner at l'aul's Val-
stlga !*•>'. The Jury returned a verdict
lion a tew d i\ugu Frank I'lmrpe, "fguilty as charged In the Imlict-
a negro | t i in thi^ cit y, was j iib uienf. The prisoner broke down
, ,1 a-r . cn iy to theM" Ihe courtroom when the decl-
mnrder an'.l i iy uilliaiii Kuowh i'"i was reiub red. Ilewasplaced
who ui (he i j me Mln fnui .b r ua- n jail. In an Interview Stevenson
on the pollee force, w nrrt^ted, l"i lined to tato what steps Ids at-
eiiarged w itii bt-jog the murderer, torneys wuuhl 'tike in the matter,
Jleath v is produeetl by chltiro 'ait said that lie realized the pen-
form. rhe > onn r man bad a luru'e dty of his crime as death. I'very
Hum of money whi.-h he brought ctfort will be inatle, no doubt, to
froioKi.plii i.no true, of which s®ve the prisoner from the extreme
from Scotland Yard
ago. As ii result of I
Id be foil nd a
The arrests It .v.
sensation a nil the
be a sensational o
Army of the I
three days. Ti
other nu ilinrh
the flame time,
be ovor 60u del
net I n
of the (Iran
blio will begl
id continue I.
• Sons of Veterans,
i f cerj s ami all
' will meet here at
In all there will
iter in-ehh'l 1/awl r of tho U. A. It.
of the rnlte.l States ami the na-
tional president of the Woman's
ltolief Corps, Mrs. Kmins C. Will-
lace, are expected.
tytrd nt Itii).
w jrntttwoBd Royui tic.
Mary Ann Smith, (colored), nge
not de'tlnlft '.v know n, but from best
nceeunts a! ut Ii!U #veirs oltl, died
nt the heme of her daughter three
ml! . north Of this place Sunday.
She was horn in Ited ltiver conn-
ty, Texa , and was I>ro11lt 111 t" this
territory In Its earlir settlement by
the late i'raIlk Colbert. She re-
nu mbered well all the scenes And
trials of the Indlunsiind In edmen
ss they wero being binught to tln
country ami rouhl relate mitny
dating diitU of old eli lluic.
ath. j penalty tif the law by bis attorneys
T« lot I l.i t|i<> ||. « . (J.
<• i rtiHiF, April is.—A party of
riilioid capitalists composed of
President Miickay, C. II. Christy,
i're-ideiit < ! the 11uteliinsnn, (>!• la-
lioiiia ano c<ulf road; C. A. Smith,
formerly « f tho Santa I'e, ami J.
Stephen Jean and Sir Price W ii-
iiaiiM, English capitalist-', visited
the city tt d ty on u speei il train
Tb.-y callle \ > eonipieto aiahj;e-
ment* for building the Hutchinson,
oklahoma nud tiulf road from
llutchin on, Kails., to Dottisnii,
lev. Work on the toad Will be
begun at once, nml division ami
oiucldne shops w ill lit* located at
The citizens hero have agreed to
donate «r untls and erect all build-
ing*. Till* road w ill open up the
\a*i coal Ileitis of the territory.
Indian Journal: The widow of
Kx-( mi : Johu Uliupko, w ho lives
near \\ i'w "ka, was robbed one day
last week by n white man from
acroM the Oklahoma line. The
mun w ent to her house, where she
was alone save for a small hoy,and
demanded her monev, threatening
to break down the floor and kill
her if she refused to comply. She
gave him M/ill and lie ieft. lie has
been loenfeil in Oklahoma and will
mo-t likely be eepturcti.
THE "KO PROFIT LINE."
A OmetmNlon nl lh<> Co*l or tirowliiK
VI liv.il in tlic L'lillvil Stalin.
The London Times of recent
ti ate, under the title of "nunkrupt
(competition," ami tho Economist
(London), under the title "(ant of
t.rowing Wheat in the United
Stat. -/' both took occasion to .dis-
cuss a series of facts concerning
the cost of producing wheat,which
are derived l y the department of
agriculture of (ho United States for
IMW,through inquiries made tir.sl of
upwards of -1(1110 experts, the grad-
uates of agricultural colleges now
engaged mi farming. The "prueti-
caj farmers" make tho average eo.-S
of producing wheat in tlio United
States to he KSsfi'.al per acre, whih
the average farm value per acre of
wheat produced in the United
Stati in 1V.W was only 2">s8tl, thus
netting a tdear average loss t'
American farmers oil their wheat
produced in that year of 2Us per
acre, except as this loss may be
lessened by tho proceeds of the
sale of the straw, wtiich are esti-
mated at from las to 20s per acre.
The estimates of cost by the grad-
uate experts tally closely with
thoso of the f armers, being 47slOd
The average yield per acre in
the w l.ole country was 12.0 bush-
ids, which works out au average
cost of MsOil per bushel or l" cents
whiie the aver igo cost iu the states
from West Virginia to North Da-
kota inclusive, was 00 cents per
Tito Times estimates the net loss
to the American farmer at fn per
quarter (of eight bushels) or 11
cents | er bushel besides freights
front the farm to the market of con*
-iimptiou. it thinks this form ol
"bankrupt competition can not go
oil indefinitely," and attributes it
to the decrease of f),000,000 acres in
American acreage planted to
wheat within nine years, while ou<
population has increased more
Of course the price of wheal
could not have been forced so far
dow n below t-*ie American cost il
there hail not been countries pro-
ducing at a very much lower cost
than tIr1 American. Those are In-
dia and Argentina, the former of
which is destined to be our ino-t
active competitor iu cotton, as the
latter has for some time been in
IlMilton nii«l Northern.
Dpmsox, Tlx., April 8.—A tele-
gram from Chicago was received
here today by intere-led parties
announcing that a contract had
been signed in that city for the
construction of fifty miles of the
benison and Northern railway.
P is company w as chartered under
the laws of Texas in 1802 ami in
Ai gu. l t.fthut year received a val-
uable charter from the congress of
the I*nltc I States allowing it to
build from Dcuison, Tex , in a
northerly direction through the In-
dian teriitory toward Cott'eyville,
Kans., on tho southern boundary
of (hat state. Hy a special provi-
sion of the charter the company
must build tifty miles of road be-
fore August (' , 18JM , or forfeit all
rights granted as to that portion of
the road not built.
Win re the work of construction
w ill begin has not been announced
hut it is s ift to predict that it will
ho somewhere in the neighbor-
hood wf the territorial coal ticlds:
A I KM-It III**111*.
\Ki>v«>nr. I.T., April 21.—Shaw
A Bryant are general merchants at
Wynnewood 1. T. Attachments
were run yesterday and today
against the stock for about $-700.
The Hank of FaulVs Valley is one
of the attaching creditors. Stock
invoice about #;1500, liabilities
Indian Journal: Treasurer Jack-
sou Hrown's barn was burned at
Wewoka last week consuming
four sets of harness, two fine bug-
gies, one extra fine borne anil a lot
of corn and hay. The building
whs valued at about $2,000. JvTo In-
surance. The fire was supposed to
have been incendiary.
Tho Arkansas legislature has paus-
ed iho bill to loguluto Iho price of
telegraph messnge rates to bo If)
cent* lor ton words iui.1 1 cent for
oach additional word, tho action to
apply to linos loss than Hovonty-flvo
miles in length. Oflicos must bo kept
opou in nil towns of • 00 inhabitants
The legislative codifying com-
mute e finished up its labors on the
•J th Instant and were discharged
by Secretary Lowe.
In Mwtilherii Tr it<i.
Hoi hton, April 24.—Tho great
drouth It broken si last nil over
the state. The lirst rains fell over
a portion of northern and central
Tex is, but today s reports state
that in central, west, southwest,
south ami southeast Texas heavy
rains were falling. Corn was dry-
ing up ami farmers were preparing
to plow the corn under and plant iu
cotton. The strawberry crop will
he greiitly benefitted, ami in a few
tlitVM liberal shipments will bemtdo
to Northern markets. This rain
will materially afreet cotton pros-
pects and insure a good start.
The Territorial lodges ofl.O.O.F.
celebrated the anniversary of the
founding of the order, at Terry on
the 2(Uli Inst.
Yukon proposes to have
works ut uu curly day.
MOO HE, HOWARD «( IVA J. TtJHS, fjopricfors.
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, CIGARS,
STATIONERY, PAiNTS, OILS AND VARNISH.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
We solicit your patronage.
T. L. HEAL, Registered Pharmacist, in Charge.
SOUTH HIDE, MCXINfiTON, <>• 'I'.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable,
ARGENTINA WHEAT SUITLIKS.
Kaii'na Cily Times.
Tho groat rodueiion in tho exports
of wheat from Argoutina is likely to
exercise an important influonccon the
price of tho product of this country
this yoar. Tho Modern Miller of this
city, an excellent authority on tho
sub octv states that tho total ship-
ments to dato from January 1 amouut-
od to l,t(M000 bushels, as against
1< . 714.000 bushols for tho correspond-
iug period of last yoar. This differ-
ence would bo porceptiblo even if tho
ratio of dccrcaso was no greater dur-
ing tho balanco of tho year. Hut tho
6iimo authority adds, on tho strength
of a cablo dispatch from I'uenos
Ayres, ••shipments of wheat will bo
very small after April 1- , and tho to-
tal shipments to I-uropo from this
crop will not oxcood 3-\000,000 bush
Tho entire product of Argentina's
wheat fields In 18lil nmountod to
! ,000,000, and though tho statistics
at hand fail to give tho exportation
for that yoar. tho high price that pre-
vailed. from .s:> cents to 1.1-i a bush-
el. probably enticed an unusual pro
portion Into tho Europonn markets,
in 1-; t tho yield of tho country
amounted to 80,000,000 bushols of
which 60,000,000 went to I nglaud at
the average price of . 3 coots a busheL
A a an investigation made by tho Brit-
ish consul at 1 uonos .Ayres resultod
in tho ostimato that only > per cent
of the land adapted for wheat culture
in that country waa under cultivation
last yoar, thero was every reason to
oxpect an immense crop this yoar.
Tho information given by tho Modern
Miller is, thorcforo. important to tho
growers of tho United f-Hatos.
With the falling o:T of JS.000.000
bushels in tho European supply from
Argentina tho reasonable probabili-
ties are that tho draft on thiB country
will bo increasod to that oxtent or
more, for tho demand increases with
tho population and prosperity 0* tho
peoplo. This fact supplemented by
tho improved industrial conditions in
all parts of tho United States will
very greatly add to tho demand bore,
and necessarily to tho price. Tho
onhancouiout in values of other farm
products makes tho future outlook for
farmers oxcoedingly hopeful, and
guarunloes thom a substantial share
of tho prosperity which is prcynisod
in all industrial and commcrcial pur-
suits throughout tho couulry.
CONCERNING JUttGE 8COTT.
Wa-iiisotox, April 2.?. — a misun-
derstanding of tho facts in Ju3tico
Scott's cuso is occasioning a groat
doal of misdirected Oklahoma en
denver, and tho volume of petitions,
statement* tologrums. etc., llowing
in upon tho president for and against
Justice Scott, represents only bo much
wasted energy. The Scott ca o never
has Deen before tho prosident. Attor-
ney (icneral Olney, who has Inspector
Now ton's loport of tho charges pro
ferred against tho justice, has mado
no recommendations of any sort to
Gi ninn, .April -0.—tloorgo I'nnks
ton, a saloon-Kooper of Oklahoma
wa brought horo today and jailed on
a (uinrgo <>f selling lirjuor to Indians.
Tho Indians in question are living on
allotments acd have beon declared
citi ens and tho outcomo of tho ca-c
will bo watched with interest, as it is
clalmoJ by Banks ton and his attorney 8
that these Indians, being cltl ens can
drink what they want and tlio govorn-
moot has no constitutional right to
diiicrlminato against them.
TO INCREASE WAGES.
A dispatch itom Eall l\iver to tho
Now York Tribune toys:
It is gonorally coaeoded that an
advance of wages will ho given in all
tho mills in tho city. The advance
will bo in tlio form of n restoration of
tho schedule in oporation beforo Au-
gust 20, 1894, and will mean an in-
croaso of about 1'J 1-2 por cent oyer
ACREAGE OK COTTON LES&
II u 'Ton, Tkx., April 21.—Tomor-
row will bo printed a cotton crop re-
port covoring thocutiro state of Texas.
Replies from ovor 200 correspondents
indicate a decrease In acreago of ovor
17 por cent. While they show a largo
Incroaao in tho lnud uudor cultivation
farmers seem to havo boon dlvorsify-'
Ing their crops lo a considerable ex-
tent planting much moro grain than
NEAL SMITH, - - MANAGER
llorsos l y tho iliiy or woek. If you want a riz or rouil hor o eoiao un-1 ece us.
RAY $c GROW,
loan • agent.
Office over Grii idi's Drugstore
OKLAHOMA AID vr^EH BTAGE LINE
Hunn dnily except Sund iy. Lonvcs Oklnliotnu City nt 7.' 0 a. tn. and
arrivca ut 'IVcuntM h nt <'■ iri.; 1- ■ Tocui. eli ut 7 0. ill. and
reaches Oklahoma City it i p.m.
Tho only mail route that runs through the KIckajKio reservation (sooff"
to bo H'oneii to • ihmionl. I' v. , o. : i) for the lound
trip. Good meal ut iilny - ..nd.
K. F. CAVETT.
SANTA FE LIS
A New K lit Train, RED EXPRESS, on this Road
Pullman Buffet fileej
iiivi uiiUlllflDlii i ^ '
LEXINGTON, O. T. w.
n Gal<■ a and SY. louis,
a fa -i ."i ''th and South Texas
G. P. A., Ga'veston, Texas, e
etibbbsa the keely institute \
Ui I lit? Ill
,,, , I r :i ' ■ ;T. ;.M ....
drug (li . «j .. ■ n il .
nor. toll ceo, eli :
Kreli'y's re modi.
II fi 1- ti ■ euro of nil X
\ |.nik'rmlc u-c; l.ui- §
< nt, no r> -Iruirii. 1
; I hi liy Lxpi'i iouctil 1
Y jl nstitute,
A ■ mi, , okiiihoma City.
j /< >T T t
train . >n the
NOTICE FOH I'tTliLK'ATION,
LU...1 UEcunl Okluhnnm, T . j
N'otlop I* Imt tiy trivt-u liiut th<i l > .•
iUine<l settler h«w lii- 1 notice of tii< inO'nlion
o make filial pro 1 in i'.,rt < f hi? i-lium, innko lu. il n >>t in
■ nil that Mlid i.rmf .:il li- : ' ' ' '
.J. Wilkin*. i>riihatu judge, at N
NOTICi: l-Olt PUBLICATION.
JuuO 11,1' 1
La nil 0Qi:c at Oklahoma City, O. T., J
i- I '-r;. I V .. i-> . \
Notice i. hef'.y nivco lliit tli- fotlowinR
unci) stiller Inn tiled noitco of l.i- iolcntlon t"
o Unfit pioof in Riipport of his rlaim.nn !
bel nt- thnf - :i ill | • ;•> t • ill lie iiiiid" hffurc .S.J.
'. T-, Wllkins. | n ljute ju't^rt, on Rlay S, l> "
U II.LIAM W. fit AW 1 oil:-.
for tho ao.iihcast imuter of aectlou •J'.1, tow
ship h north, r -1 wp-l
llo name-; tho r.ltowiii? ivitnco. |.. pro-
hi.e. iinu'iu * rceiJouec u|0n and oulti allou ( J ; | | ,ll(|, vi
01Vl!,.,A±bV*:.f «.T, II. F. Non- I . '• !•.. •«-'
block, Norm un. " I • • «••• U u • of N
J A CO II MOTSEN'BOCKE::,
for lh<- r iiil!u n.-*t jiunrtorof eccli iu 33, toi
lie nainea lite follotrinit witr.o s to i>r
Charles .M. It> !
Xclile in Jp
e, at Norman, O.T., i . U- • - v . Mud oau.ity, at Nonuau, .. >
j .May 7, 1-, ^ J>n ,rT. )N
.t" n-i-ti-.u :'J, ttnTn-*! "h'P b :o .i'i in.u.'o 11 w-t.
r.tu. ««..* ««. tie naiuet the fi.l'owi. it '• i-rov.
Si* l- ImlllCJ tho full'A. l::i: M t" PrOYO ' ' i" : '• : '• • '
0,|,i|undUvt«"id",ie U|"" 1""1 cull,vati°u 11 j ' .lohii Or.ihaiii, A. F. Morrii--, J. A. Wool
j. li.'AVplci.y of Xormn.i O. T ; It. 1-. Xetv | r •e'1'; -t
1... k *.f Nirnian. ". T.: !.-! • Ituli -t Nob!.-. • ,A r" 1
. 1 : James Apo'cby. < f > «-bl«. 0. l. i altOwHi..;® of inch proof,
□n June II, ISvo. \
HAUIU KIT Cit A
the hc-trs uf .lii.n
for tho northwest
ot be at low I'd, will I' trive
Any person w i. ■ Uc.su, - • n.ic-t. iniaii.-t the j1'". 1 ' •';l!". • ''1 ,
allowance of «uoh pr«..«t, « r who knows of any I Rt'oni of the Inlorlor l)i i .irtiiu nt^v |i>
auhsUu'inl reason, under the law and the rc *n-
lations of the Interi m l)«|iartimnt, why ciuh
proof should not he allowed, will ho given an
•> tli.ni.i.i. - I
i.iti.ri.i" .'I . .. I "'-I
claimant, nnd t > offer evidence m rebuttal ot j
Uial >ubuiilt.a b, 'JJu-'-llhy, Rofllll)r. I
NOTICE J'nlt 1'UBIjICATION. -«OTICK FOR PCIlLKJATtOI
Notice i« h
l Ii it t said |
\S i!ki is, I
NOTICE l'OU l'l ULICATION. NOTICE FOR PTRLICATION. f
Land Office at Ok! homu « ity, «. T.,l | Land Offico at Oklahoma City, I
m Uflatioma ouy, ". 'ut • J, |K."
.IOIIN C. SFItO\t
for Ihe north- it
Ihciu cyclrri that don t
Au' bl<'s« my heart! V
ui> like ti
A flutterln' hur li
NOT1CK KOll ri Ul.lCATlON. NOTIOE FOH ri lUJCATlO
Laud Uf Bee at Oklahoma Oily. O. T., I 1 ind Ofth
lliey wat tleraldul 1 think 1
I settler has filed
finul proof in
I i r ot will
I hem |><- Ul
June II, II
• like yur 1
I siuuhally to city gals
I her wu* trim
A coord hi' In my judv
riorUr 1' in li
i.: i I.I i.
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Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 17, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 27, 1895, newspaper, April 27, 1895; Lexington, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc108919/m1/2/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.