Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 18, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 4, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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Bv J. M. WOMMIHVE.
K.Hftr.l «l til o Pwlnfltw nt Ok la
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square, >>r lc«s.7fi eonts for each insert!/
One square, or leg*.
l,nci\l notices 5 coil ti per Imo for each hi-
"lUtci Tor standing advertisements
known on application.
Aeramilnlai- II,c r«t of meh month.
l\,n.i..ut.ir.li.m «l i.rrjmiril niiluri".
not i f general interest. wlA he insorte.l r
rertising matte" —
re-«t, win no ni*oric« i '■
ixl charged for accordingly
the people's drug store, Honey to Loan on Farm..:
MOORE, HOWARD «f WALTERS, Proprietors. U
SATURDAY, MAY 4.
At Ednv nd Mis-* Minnie Mc-
Mrtiun hihI Frank Chllson attornl-
<mI tin *ntertn!niiient one evening
wml Miss McMhuuh' millinery store
wus robbed ot $100 the Biune even-,
ing. Slie hud her escort nrrested
charged with the crime, but alter
an examination ho was discharged.
11. T. Brook, Perry's English
lord, got into a scrap the otlwr day
and was severely bitten over the
El Reno Democrat: Tom Fitz-
gerald, a prominent republican, at
one time candidate for sheriff, left
hut week between two days. lie
took with biin considerable per-
sonal property, mortgaged for
something like ♦IKK) to different
parties in this town and county.
Ills creditors will follow him if
tliey can get anv clue as to the di-
rection he went.
Citizens of a certain township in
Canadian county met recently and
when-sued that the conditioiiH of
Canadian county socially, morally,
financially and politically are be-
coming intolerable to the best cluss
of her citizens.
Mathews, the rain-maker, will
•ojierateJn Oklahoma City if it does'
not rain before he gets ready.
■Chandler News: IT. 8. District
Attorney Hoffman returned to
(Juthrie yesterday after disposing
of one hundred and fifty or more
eases for the United States. The
most of them were Indian whisky
Tecumseh Republican: William
ltust went to Guthrie this week,
where ho will havo a force of
men commence work from that
end of the line. Poles are in place
now twenty-five miles north of
Tecumseh and the work i* pro-
A Woodward judge warned his
people In regard to coming into
court intoxicated, and used these
words: "I wish to put everybody
on notice, that if they come into
1hls court while 1 am sitting on
this bench drunk, they had better
An aged woman who resided
nlone in the Cherokee nati.m died
the other day. It was generally
known that she possessed consid-
erable monev. After her death a
search was instituted. The money
was found under «; porus plaster
that she voro on her back.
Okiahoman. Mrs. Emma Morris
.and Mrs. Lizzie Kingston of Bur-
nett were arrested by the police
last night charged with shop lift-
ing. They confessed to the taking
of a pair of shoes from llersko-
wiiz'store and another pair from
Augustim s, but on restitution oP
the urticles and upon the showing
(hat one of the women—the one
who took the shoes—was a widow
without means and with a family
of eight children depending on her
efforts for support, they were re-
leased without prosecution. The
ca.so i* a sad one.
Uuthrik, April 25.—John Tin-
ker,editor of the Weekly News at
Pawhuska, Osage Nation, has been
banished from the Osage country
by Indian Agent Freeman. Tin-
cner has been roasting Freeman
bitterly in lih paper. He is a
member of tlie Council and a
prominent Osage Indian, but un-
der the United States laws he can
not run a newspaper in the nation
without the ugent's consent. Tin-
eher will move his paper to Elgln^
Just over the Kansas line and says
lie will continue to roust Freeman
harder than ever. The row start-
ed over the closing by Freeman of
one of the post trader store# and
on his importation from Michigan
Of a lot of agency employes.
All III*' M. K. Hlnhop*.
Caklihi.k, Pa., April 26.—The
Methodist Episcopal bishops of tlx
entire world are now in conven
lion in this city and will remain
hero until Thursday of next week
They will look over the various
changes in the United States, fix
dates for h> .ding all the fall con-
ferences anil designate their pre
siding officers. The meetings will
be strictly private.
Tbr Ornlaon nn<l Korlhrrii.
iDaugiikkty, I. T., April 21).—
Tills morning the Denison and
Northern began to throw dirt and
by the 1st of September the road
will b' running its trains Iroin here
to Lehigh, where it will connect
with its branch and tap the Mis-
souri, Kansas and Texas nt Tokls
Kvyry indication points to the
location of the Santa Feshops here,
on account of the pure and inex-
haustible supply of water.
Some prominent Fort Worth
capitalists will open a bank here
this week, and houses are rented
to be tilled with dr> goods.
Irrigation In T *m.
T*m Slock and Farm Journal.
Tin re is little of the boom nature
A)i the irrigation movement now
going on in the semi-arid districts
of Texas, but rather a slow and
NVi development. It Is creditably
reported that in the country con
tlguous to Abilene forty or more
irrigation plants will be iu opera
lion in time for next year's crop
In other parts of the flute the
same thing is being done, and since
.|he legislsture passed a liberal ir-
rigation law, numerous corpora-
tions aie bring formed to put vast
areas under the Influence ot water
•This is an industry that is bound
to go forward and it means mine
for the ultimate future of Tcxtfc
than any development now under
iHjiiNrnoii l HM.ultr«l
Judge Scott dissolved the injunc-
tion agaluft the Choctaw rail road
from building through the Kick-
up* o countty th'i week. The pith
or the declaimi is that the Kick-
upon land n hinged to the United
States and not to the Kickapoos
when the Charter was granted the
road, and therefore did not, us In-
dian lauds, come under the charge
of the secretary of the Interior.
Tlie S. E. Blake Stock of General Merchandise was
bought under the hammer at Noble on the 8th day of
April last, for
28 GENTS ON THE DOLLAR,
and will be closed out in the Moseley Brick at Lexington
at unheard-of low prices. Call early to secure bargains.
«wn Rlill A<UHnrlii|r.
K.nnn. Olty 'liuio..
The upward course of wn ce* slill
continue* (o murk the progress ol
returning Industrie prosperity ami
vindicate the wiwloin or the eco-
nomic policy embraced in the new
tariff law. On Tuesday tho wagesi
of all the cotton operative! in Fall
Itivcr.Mansuchusctt!', were advanc-
ed lls'j |wr cent, and 2500(1 work-
ing peu|4e in one city were made
happy. < " Wei I no id ay a similar
advance took place In New Bed-
ford, Mjisi"., wlicru 26,000 were also
The (Juliihawe and Dmilelson-
villi) Manufacturing companion,
whose tnillH are located in various
towns in Connecticut; tho state
Woolen company of Webster, Mas-
achusetts; anil \ assalhrougli wool-
en mills,near Augusta, Maine; the
lturko Hall company, Kowley,
Massachusetts; the Weybosset
woolen mills, Olneyvlll, II. I.j the
Dyervillo Manufacturing company,
Dyervilie, 11. I.j li. 8. Slovens,
manufacturer of woolens, tiuine-
bmig.Conn,and John Chase & Hons,
manufacturers of casslmeres, Web-
ster, Massachusetts, have all ad-
vanced wages from live to fifteen
per cent, and thousands of opera-
tives are benefitted by the fact.
This is good news for tho coun-
try, because it proves a healthful
and substantial industrial im-
provement. It Is bail for the cal-
amity howlers and the advocates
or McKlnleyism, who insisted thai
people can be taxed Into riches and
robbed until they are made weal-
thy. Hut the country will ho the
better because of the exposure of
the fraudulent pretenses of these
quack economists iu time to pre-
vent their restoration to power.
Kvery advance iu wages is a nail
in tho coilin of the Republican
HllllniC nt Vliilrl Nprlnff*.
tecumseh 1 lo raid.
On lust Saturday morning, at
Violet Springs, iu the southeast
part of this county, Will Turner, a
deputy sheriff, went to arrest Hob
Christian an a warrant for grand
larceny. The dettidv told Chris-
tian he hntl a \varW\ for him,
when Christian said: you,
you hail better keep It," Wf" reach-
ed for his gun, but tlie deputy was
too quick, and pulling bis gun told
Christian twice to throw up his
hands, but he paid no attention and
the deputy *hot at his breant, but
as it did not seem to take effect lie
shot Mgain at his head, hitting him
a glancing lick in the forehead,
knocking him down, and it was
afterwards learned that it was on-
ly a flesh wound.
As soon a* Bob Christian's gang
saw what was going on they open-
ed Are on the deputy killing him
instantly. The ones who shot dep-
uty Turner are the two Frlscan
boys, Buttermilk.John and a young
man named llotbrook, the last two
are in jail here but the two Frls-
can boya have not lieHiicaptured.lt
is reported that Christian was on-
ly slightly hurt. The liystamh-r.-
say that he must have had a breast
plate on as the tlrst shot Turner
made was >vlthin two fuel of him
and the gun was pointed ityuare at
Christian's friends got him away
and it is thought he is in hiding in
the woods. It seems that Un-
christian gang are a bad set and
they should be routed out.
THE GREAT BATTLE GF
Hliy He In Hour.
£1 Bono Democrat.
John I'itzer in his maudlin har-
angue before the jury ill tlie Shaffer
bribery case took occasion to say
that the editor of this paper was
soured on the human family. Iu
this stalenient l'itzer for once in a
lawsuit was about half right. W
are soured 011 that part of humani-
ty who like himself left Kansua at
the request of the people. We an
soured upon that part of the hu
man family who has to be sin d by
Canadian county to compel tliem
to disgorge fees illegally held. SV
are soured 011 men who as prcsi
dent of tho senate sigm <1 bill.*
which had never pussed ti at body
and parsed them to the governor?
desk expecting that they woulu
income a law without the forms 11
ly of ever patting that boJy. Wi
are sour on tin horn gamblers and
whisky bloats and are tired of see-
ing them disgrace public places;
tired of ageing them betray public
confidence; tired of seeing them
pose as honorable men when they
are a disgrace even to tho soup
house politician. We are soured
on your kind of buinani'y Sir John
and so are the people of this terri-
tory and ii y« u vcr poke yotll
hem! up for office again you will
find that \se have more than flu
contents of a s.rnr stomach to dis-
charge ut you.
Iniu ti nrlMiilllMff anion*.
Wahiiinuton, April ;I0. —Thede-
cision of tlie supreme court iu tin
income tax case necessitates a re-
hearing of tin* estimate < of the gov
eminent for the fiscal year ending
I June in, and from the last data at
taiuahte it is believed that the dc>
licit for tlie year will amount t<
As has been tlie case for some
years the expenditure 011 account
j of pensions is more than a third of
the entice expenditures of tlu\ gov-
ernment, and several times during
I the last two years the luerxorabl<
n (juisition*of the secretary of tin
interior on pension account has
eauscd apprehension among tin
officials tjiat the time might conn
when tLey could not be honored
with tlie old time promptness.
Already litis month more than
I $11,000,000 liaa been paid to pen-
I sinner*, and since July 1 ncnrlj
ti 17,.MM,imn has been paid ou tlie
! pension uccount.
THE CURRENCY QUESTION WILL
CONSTITUTE THE ISSUE.
nnil ( nmllil AfMieiiirnf or tbr
nm Vlrwril by the Mllvrtilra
mid Ibo 0| p «llt u.
9p#fiinl CorrtipMdiDM to Dallas Xe ?a.
Washinuton, April 30. —It Ib al-
most unnecessary to Buy that tho late
lottor of Mr. ( loveland on tho silvor
question creatod a sonsation horo.
Tho lottor is an argument against tho
experiment on the part of this coun-
try of undortaking alono tho froo and
unlimited coinage of silver.
There is only one thing in it that
ought to bo called sensational, and
roally that should havo been oxpoctod
by anyone who has carefully viewed
tho prosent situation of political af-
fairs. That thing is his doclaration
Disguiso it as wo may, tho line of
battle is drawn between tho forces of
safe currency and thoso of silver mon-
ometallism." This is a declaration
that the two oloments oan no longer
remain togothor, and It will npply to
tho Hopublicans as woll as the Demo-
Tho curroncy question is now the
only Isbuo before tho country, and it
is as grnve and as intricato a matter
ns was the tariff. This boing tho caso,
why should the linos not bo drawn on
It as they woro in the othor issue, the
tariiT ? 80 wnon Mr. Cleveland says
tho lines aro already drawn, ho does
not run ahoad of any one. and ho
utters tho truth that is apparont to all
except perhaps to a fow p iliticians,
who are blinded because of their anx-
iety to avoid tho inevitable.
One side contends that if this coun
try enters, by itself, into tho froo and
unlimited coinngo of silver, that our
currency will bo debasoU and that the
plethora of silvor wl'.l destroy that
money as a money metal, nnd. while
it is gotting to that condition, tho
business or rathor. tho prosperity of
the country will bo destroyod. This
sldo is for a larger and freor trade,
and contends that, when wo establish
a local ourrenoy. whlc"h the free and
unlimited coinage bill nocessariiy
will do. ns othoi countrios do not coin
It in tho samo manner, wo will havo
constructed a grcator barrlor to an
onlarged trado than tho highest tariff
over mado. It also centonds that tho
prosent doprossion is sot attributablo
to a scarcity of money bocauso there
is core monoy por capita in tho
United States today than tfcero ever
was before, it calls attention to tho
fact that tho ratio betweon tho two
motaN Is out of all proportion as it
stands because tho statistics show
that tho incroaso of tho production of
the whito metal from 1H7' to 1M! 0
was 127 per cont, while the docroase
of tho yollow metal for tho ame timo
was I ft per cont Tho ratio was
tablished long boforo this time w
thoro was no such disparagomeut iu
tlie production of the two metals and
vwas arrived at in estimating thon.
that tho production would continue
about the samo. They contend that
tho valuo of the silver dollar now Is
causod alone by the fiat of the govern
inont on it and that the world will
insist that it shall be measured by it^
iatrinsio valuo. It contends furthor
that, as tho production of tho motala
di cr. so thoir relation toward each
othor must vary, and that to raako
them equal at all tlmoa, there must
Do a constant road ustment of the
ratio. They hold that it thoro Is a
thousand ouncos of silvor producod
whiio thoro is only ounco of gold pro-
duced it is farcical to say that slxtocn
of tho one is exactly equal to one of
On tho othor hldo it la contended
that thoro is not onough gold In the
world to do Its bnsinoss, and tho
quicker wo roallze this tho hotter it
will bo for tho world. It states that
tho scarcity of tho yclLow metal isskss
It possible for a few individuals to get
possession of it aud control trado,
businosH and thus actually dictate the
a airs of men, even to tho extent of
saying who shall bo happy and who
shall not bo happy. It alleges that
tho cause of tho depression is directly
attributable to tho fact that thore Is
not enough mon3y In this country to
go around, and that whou thero is
moro money Coated on tho streams of
commerce, thon nnd odly then will
prosperity return to tho land. Thoy
assert that it makes no dlfforonco as
to tho output of the two metal*, and
that thoir ratio shall remain at lti t) 1.
Hut it is unnocossnry to go on with
tho nrgumonts of tho two sldos. Kach
contends that each is working for tho
bost interests of tho pooplo and tho
prosperity of tho country. Kach con-
tends that its ideas are alone right
and that they contain tho germ of
good for all Tho sides are dia-
metrically opposod to oach other and
that thore can bo no poace batweon
thorn—they aro moved by tho highest
principle* and they thoroforo can net
compromise. This being tho case,
thoro is nothing left but to fight it
out and permit the rule of Rtpublloan
institutions, the rule of ma.orltles,
to settle ii
The lUyor Democrats aro going to
try to cspturo tho Democratic con-
vention and hind all who partlclpato
In It to the froo and unlimited coinage
of silver. Tho anti-silvor Democrats
will attempt to bind tho party to tho
opposition of froe coinage of silvor by
this country alono I ut thoro la too
much principlo Involved, too much
heal on t>oth side* for either one of
them to bind tho othor. In tho Ho-
publican ranks exactly tho same con-
dition of attain exists, and thus wo
have tho two old parties spilt wldo
open on tho question. Tho loadors of
the two elements lave commenced
already *0 press their linos forward.
Thore is to bo a great deal of money
peat and a great deal of speaking
Indulged in. ihoso who read the
papers closely will remembor somo
lime ago when the froe coinage
soclotios of I ngland proposed to send
£;'0,000 to this country in aid of the
froe silvor propaganda. It will bo
noticed that thore are societies
established for th'i purposo of supply-
ing frco silver literature to the country,
and this literature, in the shape of
books and tracts, Is Hying nil ovor the
land. The anti-silvor element found
that this kind of work wns effective
and that the silver people were setting
tho wo^Js on flro. and they therefore
concluded to try to offset it with liter-
ature of on opposite character. So,
thoy havo commenced to issue books
and papers of the anti-silver kind.
The trouble about those latter was
that they were so deep and so learn-
edly written that only those who had
studied political oconomy could under-
stand them, but the nntl-silvor men
soon saw this, and they aro now en-
gaged In Bonding out arguments
against, tho froe and unlimited coin-
ngo of silvor that can bo understood
by any one
When all these preparations are
considered, when tho work that is
being dono is known, surely thero is
no dnngor In prognosticating that
there is to be a readjustment of party
linos and that one of the most terrible
political battles that this country over
witnessed is at hand on the question
of tho froe eoinago of silvor. And
that man is foolish who shuts his oyos
to this fact.
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, CIGARS,
STATIONERY, PAiNTS, OILS AND VARNISH.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.
We solicit your patronage,
T. L. NEAL, Registered Pharmacist, in Charge.
SOUTH SIDE, LEXINGTON, O. T.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable,
The widow Harris, accompanied
by her family, composing two
laughters, son aud son-in-law nnd
her aged mother, residing near
Adell, were in town Wednesday
and Thursday, They appeared
frightened and seemed to enter-
tain the opinion that their lives
were in danger. They stated that
parties had threatened them with
violence and that one evening tlie
latter nnrt of last week men gath-
ered at 11 neighboring house with
the uwowed intention of mobbing
them— that thev hitched up and
started for Purcell and that six
men followed tliem to the Cleve-
land county line. From Purcell
they went to Oklahoma City nnd
there addressed a letter to Govern-
or Renfrow imploring protection.
Governor Kenfrow wired tliem to
apply to the officials of this county
for protection, which they did
Wednesday. Tho sheriff wili af
ford tliem protection pending 1111
investigation of tho trouble.
A d Oilierr
Horsea by the day or week. If you want a ric or road horio come and see ui.
J. R. SHAVER,
Money to Loan on Farms.
Office over Griffith's Drugstore
OKLAHOMA AND TECUMSEH STAGE LINE
Runs daily except Sunday. Leaves Oklahoma City at 7.30 a.m. and
arrives at Tecumseh at G p. m.; leaves Tecumseh at 7 a. in. and
reaches Oklahoma City at G p. m.
The only mail route that runs through the Klckapoo reservation (soon
to be opened to settlement.) Fare, $2 aim wav, or $3.50 for the lound
trip. Good meal at relay stand.
K. F. CAVETT.
SANTA FE LINE.
A New Night Train, RED EXPRESS, t'1'8 Road
Pullman Buffet Sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Can,
Solid Vestibulcd Train Between Galveston and St. louis.
Quickest Time Between Xort'h and South Texas
W, S. KEENAN, G. P. A., Galveston, Texas.
A PROSPEROUS HOME.
TTuthan,!.•'SVfl)', it's Just a year ago tomorrow that va were
Wife. — " So jt is; and, do you know, I am wearing the same pair of
shoes that I was married in, and they are not half worn out."
Husband. —'■ So am I."
Wife. — "\V7iy, how strange. Mine were made by tho Hamilton
Brown Shoe Qg.f of St. Loui$ their Ladies' Hand Sewed."
Husband. " ,And mine are their Men's $4.00 Shoe."
"Well, let's sti,ck to them for shoemakers for the rest cf our lives, for
their shoes wear a* finely as they look."
For Sale by RAY & GRO®, - • Lexington
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oklahoma. 0. T., 1
April 13.1M").. i
Notice 1* hereby Riven that tho following
named settler hiu filtd noticeof his intention
to make final proof in aupport of hi# claim,
and I hill laid proof will bo made before
S. J. Wilkin-, probate judge, at Norman, O. T-,
June 11, 18W. vis:
WILLIAM W CRAWFORD.
for the southeast quarter of lectiou 29, town-
ship 8 north, ranf 1 west
Ho names the following witnosrcs to prove
hi* continuous residence uiuu and cultivation
°fj'H!1 A i'pl'cb'y, of Norman, 0. T.; 11. F. New-
block, of Sarman. O.John Rule, of Noble.
0. T.; James Apntehy, of Noble. O. T.
Any person who desir/.s to protest against
the allowance of such pr.iof, or who knows of
any substantial reason undor the law and the
regulations of tho Interior Department, why
such proof should not bo allowed, will be given
an opportunity at the above mentioned time
ivnd place to cr ss-e*«mtno the witnesses of
said flluimai.t, and to offer evidence in rebuttal
of that submitted by claimant.
11. .M DILLKY. RcftUtor,
14 2* 1
The Kansas City Journal says:
"Marshal Nix h thn youngest
Lnited Stales marshal doing busi-
ness in the country, hut he is r
great favorite down in his territo
ry, and handles the business with
much style. He keeps a force ol
S' Vriity-live deputies busy nil the
tiiiM doinyf tho nusiness connected
with the five federal courts there
The force was formerly composed
of inn men, hut has been reduced.
**ince he has been iu charge four of
lii deputies have been killed In
buttles with bandits and a scorn of
them havo been wounded. Even
with the groat ri>k in the position
he is ovetwhelmed with applica-
tions and could have a for
1,000 men well tilted and trained
on it few days Boilce, if until foree
Thero is im enormuos expense
connected with keopiu/ such h
force and his expense biils for s; l-
trii s and lulsir run over for
each quarter, lie now has claims
for $125,000 pending before tho de-
partment nt Washington for the
two quarters past.
THE HA 1N
Oklahomnn, May I.
The telegraph reports tell of n heavy
rai.'i throughout the territory hint ni^ht
from tud river to Kiuihiim.
The OlnrtMl Ha In
Perry and Noble county sr^* hap-
py. A good rain has come ami
every one Is glad. A severe dust
etorm struck Perry * limit 7 o'clock
Tuesday evening and in a short
time a tine rain commenced fall-
ing which continued until after
midnight. It was a ground soaker.
Advices from all over the strip and
old Oklahoma indicate a general
rain. Everything looks well since
A bold break by a bad man was
mado Wednesday when lie entered
Overstreet's store at Shawnee and
sunlchiiig a ten dollar bill Irom a
customer while Mr. Overstreet's
attention was attracted iu another
dlroctiot lie made his escape.
A cyclone swept over llalstead
Kan.-, on May I killing six people,
injuring several others. Damages
estimated at #JtM),nnn.
NOTICE ron PI'JUDICATION.
Land Olflee £t Oklahoma, o. T.. \
April 13. )
Notice is hereby alven that the following
named settler ha« filed notice of her intention
to make final proof in support of her claim,
and that snid proof will he in.de before
s J. Wilkin*, probate judge, at Norman, O. f.,
on June II, 1MW>, vi :
11A It It 1 KIT CR A W FOR 0, mother and one of
the heirs of James W .Crawford, deceased,
for the northwest quarter of section SJ, town-
ships north, range 1 west.
8nenames tho following witnesses to prove
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
suiil land. vl : „
J. H. Appleby of Norman. 0. T : II. J. Ncw-
bloek of Norman, O. T.; John Rule of Noble,
O.T; James Appleby.of Noble, O. T.
Any person who desires to , rotc<t against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
subsUn'ial reason, under the law nnd the regu-
lations « f the luterior Department, why such
proof should not he allw^jd, will be fiven an
opportuni'y at the above mentioned timo an I
place to cross-cxainino %ne witnesses of said
claimant, and to offer evidence u rebuttal ol
that submitted by olaimant .
li M. OILLLY, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oflbe at Oklahoma City. O. T„ 1
~T 18V. S
February 21, lK9i
-,.sbv given that tno folloi.....
ed settler has filed notice of his intention ti
Notice is bereh:
make final proof in support of his claim,
that said proof will bo inade before 8. J.
\V ilk ins, probate judge, on May 8.1895, vi*<
for the southeast quarter of goction 36, town-
ship 8 north range 1 west.
Ife names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence .upon and cultivation
of said land, vii:
J. 1). Motsenhocker. Charles M. Ilnbaugh,
A. T. Morns. M. V Hobbs. all of Hall, O. T.
Any person who desire* to protest against the
allowance of such pro f, cr who knows of any
suhstnmial reason, undor the I
claimant, and to < flcr evidence iu rebuttal of
that submitted by clai ant.
U. M. DILLEY, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oklahoma. O. T., I
March 2ft. 18W. J
Notice is hereby given that the following
I named setll-r In - tiled notice ot his Intention to
inaku HiimI proof in support of bis claim, and
that saiil proof will be made before the probate
judgo of < Icveland county, at Norman, ou
May 7, 1896. vii:
for the southeast quarter of section 27, town-
ship 8 north range I west.
lie namui the following witnesses to provo
his continuous residence upon aud cultivation
of said Ian I, viz:
John Uraham. A. F. Morris, J. A. Wood
ri-in. B. F. Brown, all of Hall. O. T.
Any person who desires to protest a.-ainst the
allowance of sueh proof, or who knows of uny
substantial reason, under the law nnd the regu-
lations of the Interior Department, why such
proof should not tie allowed, will be given an
opportunity at tho above inenticned timo and
place to cross-examine tho winesles of said
claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of
that submitted by claimant.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Ukiahoma, O. T., I
April 6. If9>. 1
Notice is hereby ciwii that the following
ntuned settler has filed noli."* of bis intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before S. J.
Wilkins. probate judge of Cleveland vounty,
O. T., at Norman, O. I., on June 10, 189.1, via:
At'tlLST W, WAM.KNHKRO,
for the northwest qoart*r of section 34, town-
ship 7 n--rth, range I west.
11o names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous resident* VP01* and cultivation
of said land, vi :
John A Hughes. R. J. Ni«oett, I-rank llarn-
noastle. Matheus llartUvU't, all ui Lexington,
who desires,protest against
if sueh proof, or who knows of
d«;i the law and the
of tbi' Iuter
sueh pr->of should not be a^svwe<|, will be given
an opportunity at the *We luetttioticd tioie and
plgcc to cross-e iam inv J In jfitnesses of aaid
claimant, and to offer evi4 !J'" in rebuttal of
that submitted by olaimant
B. M l iLLL\, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Ok4«bvma City, O. T . (
April b, IM«. i
Notice is hereby «ivan that tho following
♦i.imitl settler has filtsl notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof wi'l be made before the
register < r receiver of I tiled Sjales land office
at Oklahoma t'ity, 0. T.. ot Juno 7, 18M.*>, via:
JOHN C. SFJOWLS.
for tho northeast quarter ol % cUoll 29, town-
ship ti noi
i lo pr
allowance oi siicn prwn,
<iil>sunlial reason, under
Nations of the Interior I
proof should not be alio
opportunity at the abov«
that subwittcd by cl limai
up<«t aud cultivation
irote«t agaiust the
>r who know, of any
ho law and thr rtgu-
partment, why such
cd, w ill be qiven ao
mentioned tlinc and
leuco in rebuttal of
NOTICE FOR PI BLIC
Land Offiee.ftt Ok'thon
tiled notice of his
ti ii Ml proof in support of his .
d proof will be m ile before S
robate Judgo of Cleveland eoui
iau, O. T . on June \s*\ vi
JOHN L DRAWVKR
the N. K See U, Tp. 7. N. R
- ' " 1 wiluesses
.on and c
Notice is hereby
a I I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
j ril 11, l wn.
Notice i' hereby given that tho follow
named settler has filed notice of his intent
to in ike final proof in support of hia claim,
that said proof will he male bef.retl.e R
iiter and Receiver at Oklahoma L'l'.y, 0. T.
June II, 18#ft. vii:
JAMK8 1.A PI'IN.
for tho northeast quarter of svotieu II, toi
i res d'
of aaid land, vis:
Mat Hartholat, J A. Hughes,
Whl«< naiit. Frank Barnacastle, all i
ton, O. L
Any P"rson who Jesires to protest
ich | r
.if the Inferior llepartmeqt,
proof flioul I not In* alioweil, will li
opportunitv at the above mentions*
piaee to croff e*aa lae the wIImr
claimant, and to offer evklence In.i
that lutouiUedby claimant. , . .
|t M UIL I. L \ .
lige 1 v
K. W. Allii
• II of Leg I
r diultal ol 1
the Interior Department, whr su
mliltot beallowctl. will i>e even
y Jty at the above rnonii -ned time a
'claimant, and to offer evetsuce iu rebuttal
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oklahoma, O. T„ I
Mnrch 13.180.. )
Notice is hereby given that tho following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of hi* claim and
that said proof w.ll be made beforo S. J.
Wilkins, probate judge, at Norman, O. T., ou
May 15, 1*K v i:
for the northeast quarter of aection LI, town-
ship ft north range 1 west.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residenco upon aud cultivatioi
of said land, viz:
Frederick W. dawes, of Purcell. I.T : Wil-
liam H. B'ackwell, of Leiir.gtoo, Oy J'.; WilliiH
8. Trailer, of Leiingion, 0. T.; Henry C. Kas
ton, of Lexington,« . T.
Any person who desires to proteat against the
allowance of sueh proof, or who knows of any
substantial reason, under the law and the regu
lations of the Interior Department, why such
proof should not be allowed, will
opportunity at the above
nt. and to
e given a
I time an
i of I
thut submitted by claim
vidence in rehulal of
B. M. 1'ILLKY, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Land Office at Oklahoma City, \
April 6, 189ft. |
Njti-eis hereby given that the following
named settler has filod notice of his intention
to uiitk final prwof in support of his claim, and
thai said prot.l will be made before the register
and receiver of tho V. f. land office at Oklaho-
ma City, 0. !., ou June 7, lHUT>, vii:
WIN FIELD B. 8PROWL9,
f«r tiie norihwcst ituartrr (or lots 3, 4 and south
halt of northwest quarter), gectton 2, towiuhip
•i north, range I west.
He tiiunes (he following wunegaci to prove
his tfonununus residence upon and oultivation
of said land, vi/
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NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oklahoma. O. T., (
April ft. lft'ft i
Notice is hereby fiven that the following
named settler ha< lUol notice of his Intention
t>. make dual i-Mof in support of his chilli, and
II 1^ made before the K. «
rat Oklahoma Oily on June
IIAKVKY 1.. HAT A HI).
ioulhwi>«t •lutrtcrof section 2. town
rlh, range 1 west.
ie« Ihe followini witnesses to provt
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Is, J. L.
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