The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 71, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 12, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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AND OKLAHOMA CALL.
PUULIHHKD BBMI*WEEKl.V .
MORT L. BIXLER, • EDITOR■
MRS. M. L BIXLER, i BUSINESS MANAGen
Matter Intended for pul'lkation In Satur-
day's jrnper should roach this office not lati-r
IU rt'ni'ii mis •«'. .... .
juii, and for Wednesdn) s paper
Tuesday noon, to loture pub-
T. F. Smith, of Hill county, was
elected speaker of the Texas House
Senator J- Skin'em Allan should
at once introduce a hill making
the acceptance of 12 per cent in-
terest, usury. It would he a great
blind to attract attention from his
The Republicans of Oklahoma,
very sensibly gave their newspa-
per men recognition at their Hrst
opportunity, by giving four ot them
good positions in the organization
of the legislature. The democratic
administration is a blank in that
The present legislature believes
in plenty of clcrks, as both houses
have elected assistant chief clerks.
E. 1'. McCabe the saddle colored
political! was elected to that pusi
Carrie Orene King
JKIIiVIWlll «UO ' «VV¥V- --- | -
tion in the House. This is a good past several months i een negntiat
CAICEOF THE INS % N E.
It is understood that arrange-
ments have been made to start a
hospital or sanitarium in this city
for the care of the insane of Okla-
homa. The governor in his mes-
sage has the following to say about
the insane of the territory: On
November '>, 1891, Governor Steele
entered into a contract with O. C.
McKarland for the care and main-
tenance of tho territory's insane at
Jacksonville, Illinois. lliis con-
tract was renewed by Gov. A. J. j
Seay. and extended to March •>,
1895. The expenses arising under
this contract have been the largest
items of territorial expenditure
during the two years last past.
The charge for maintenance of
these unfortunate people, I suppose
is as reasonable as could be ex-
pected, but owing to the gre.it dis-
tance of the institution from the
territory, the expense for trans-
portation hafl been very large, ^ teabt Malad ofl^sltar JM,*®
. . | .I,- bwalno oft nu.l smooth. A« kfamily M4MM
having aggregated tor tlie year* „ B 4
1893-94, to over 117 000, and has
been a constant reminder that the
same should he cut oil at the ear-
liest practicable moment. W itli
this end in view, I have for the
Liberty and Vlclnit*.
Rev. I)r. Kelley and Rev. Powell
arc holding a protracted meeting
at tlie Warren school house.
K. McLemiau'e little boy is very
James Taylor has bought ail in-
terest in George Leverich's store at
A dance and oyster supper was
given at the old Sheriff Smith farm
I)r. Comer has traded his farm to
Dr. Nail of Moore.
Miss Susie Young is on the sick
A Popular Fall Sport on tho At-
l'olnts for the Uninitiated in tho Art of
•Nabbing" the Nimble Crustacean—An
Inexpensive Pastime for Old
Save the Children
Miss Prichett, who is visiting at
Mr. Silers is very sick.
Mr. Makepeace is still on the sick
By Purifying Thoir Blood u-t
Hood's Sarsaparllla Makes Pure Dr. Comer will soon start to Ar
Blood, Cures Scrofula, Etc. kansas where he u - to in.ik -his
"My experience with Hood's Sarsapartlla ha> ; future home.
been very effective. My little girl, five year#
old, had for four years a bad skin disease. Her
arms and limbs would break out in a mass <>j
s.u.'i, discharging yellow matter. She would
scratch the eru|'ttoiis ■a though it gave relief,
and tear open tlie sores.
Two Bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparllla cause* the eruptions to heal p.nd
A dance was given at Mr.
lin's last Friday night.
Kali Item*. few wiio can ana «oui«iium.
Sundav school i-* progressing either do not realize what a satisfying
way to pay political debt
expense of the people.
"—11'"- ~ • m believe iioo(
the ing with parties to car" for these i recommend it.
wwaiuo nun ...... . •
*i>! -u.'ve Hc«-i s Sarsaparllla has no equal and
W. L. Kino, Bluff Dale, Tex.
people within the territory, and I
am glad to announce that the ar*
The use of Anti-Toxin for the , , i„«„,i
Hood's Pills .i
gentle and effective.
•e the best family cathartic,
Try a box. 25 cenU.
loxin lor me , . . 4 1
rangeinenU have been completed
cure of dipthera i. proving very ^ ^ ,,y tlie tilne of the expi-
guccc*sf>il nnd is robbing that dreau f ()
scourge of its terrors. The anti-
toxin or serum is ma'lsby injecting
the dipthera germs into the should-
er'of a horse, the process being
kept up for several months, after
which the serum is extracted
ration of the above contract, the
Oklahoma Sanitarium company
will have finished and fitted a
commodious building and will re-
turn the patients now at Jackson-
ville, III., to the hospital within
the territory at tlmir o u expense
; uic i-iiivwij «■ • i
The Guthrie correspondent of a,Hj take charge of the territory -
the Oklahoma Star, puts It. J. insane and properly care for them
Nisbett down as a I'ott county at tiie ^une rate for maintenani
populist and says: lie is all nglit an(| thus in ike a saving to the
mentally and legislatively, but h" territory of a lam • item of cxp.M;-
could improve his personal appear : for transportation
insurant ■ rate. Every bujinesf
man sliuuld turn out next Monday
night and urge the council to do
Topeka, Kan . Jan. !> 18ii.">.
\V. T. I'atk, Norman, 0. T.
Dear Sir:—I have yours of the
5th stating that the water works
. arc completed and that the test
was 160 pounds. I am unable to
-ay just when I will be in your
city. In tin meantime I desire to
know whether everything is
I apprehend orljcr) whether yon propose to have
ance by refraining from tying a that aside from the paving in cost,
red bandSna hankerchief around! Jt will be more desirable in every
his neck. It looks liko affectation, respect to have these uuf'i'tuuates
If his neck is clean ho lias no ex- cared for near their friends and
cuse. I relatives and by citizens of the
We desire to say to the pubiic that we have an entirely
NEW STOCK of Furniture; the Finest ever brought
to Norman. We are also prepared to do
in all its branches. Hearse in connection. Call and
get our prices and inspect our stock.
Street & Tackcttj
Out of the wide-spreading Haeken-
sack meadows and alonff the Shrews-
bury in New Jersey, in all the shallow
bays and inlets of Long Island and the
Connecticut shore there nowaday^ is
great fun afloat, says the New York
World. Every man. woman and child
that ean p lc a square-ended scow or First Door North of ( itizens Hank
handle a scoop-net i^ prowling along — — " "" — *mm
the sedgy creek banks or drifting up - _ _ - . «
th«' shoal coves netting crabs. This is ROWNTREEE, SON & LAKtn,
the heart of the crab season.
The biggest and fattest of the blue-
claws are now hunting tideway and
creek, coming and going with every
tide, hungry and eager as they sail in
on the flood, and coy ami well fed as
they lazily depart on the ebb. Every
one' who wants to go crabbing and
i Livery, Peed and Sale Stable,
BRAN * NEW v RiGS,
one wno warns 10 j.'" ......
can't is profoundly t.> be pitied, nn.l ■single Hncks, Buirtfies, Carriages and Surreys. Good Saddle
the few who ean and don't want to • " n,.ra u for I.ndieH and Gentlemen.
nicely, there was quite a good at-
tendance Sunday and Bro White
gave a good Sunday school lecture
to the young folk.
A good crowd was out to singing
Sunday afternoon, and had some
Bro. Crawford lias returned from
Jack Davise and mother have re-
turned from a visit to Texas. It
was reported that he was married
but we guess it isn't so. as we have
seen nothing of his wife.
Prayer meeting last Sunday night
at Andrew Newman s, and Monday
night at Mrs. Grecnhaw's.
Little Lawrence Hobaugli
juite sick Monday but i
all-absorbing pastime it is or else they j
have lost interest in life.
Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Drummers Carried to all Parts of the Country.
It is an inexpensive pastime and the
flatting ground*are near at hand. For c, Reasonable. Main Street. Near Depot, Norman, Ok.
Ill matter of that a man may take his ^liarges .rusaauunu.
wife and children along. lie has only
to look up the time of tide and train
.< hedules, buy a net for a quarter, a j
dozen baits of tough, raw meat and a j
ball of twine for a line, shoulder his i
basket and start. He must try to time j
his departure so as to reach the creek
on the rising tide, for Mr. Crab comes in
very lame and hungry from the sea
and bites eagerly then what a few
hours later he will turn np his well-fed
nose at and ignore.
If you cannot, or do not care to. hire
a boat, the accommodating crab will
humor you and let you capture him
from the muddy bank. Hank fishing
is done by driving little stake■-> in the
better at I edge of the shore at ah. m a rod's dfa-
| tance apart, and to each of these tying
lance apart, auu nndtuui
a line about twelv > 1"' on which j Qhamberlain'i; Eye and Skin Ointment
A Literary Society was organiz-! you have tied a bit of meat. If the j8 unequalled for Eczema, letter, Salt-
1 at Hi 'bland 1 ,st l*"rida\ night, current bother- y< • i y. u should have Rheum, Scald I lead, Sore NippK?, Chapped
Onlvtwo • ffirer were elected at some small sinkers along, for if the Hands. Itching i .!■ . Bums, FVm* Bitej
Onl) tv.o -uu . . I meat floats on top few crabs will no- ChronicSore hy^_au.i Granulated EyeLids,
this meeting. R. Jackson as proi-1 por ^ by druggists at 25 cents per box.
lent and W. G. Mad.l, x u-eretary. Ten or a dozen Ud ' ~
xt nic *
s. C. WALL, PROP.
Board $3.50 per Week, $1. per Day.
Everything New and First Class.
East Main Street, - Norman, Okla.
MILES J. DUNCAN,
msiiia i\n siMoi.
The subject f°!" debate at i
s are all one party
TO HORSE OWNERS.
•an manage gene rail, f r ! -crab* feed For putting a lior-v in a line healthy con- NORMAN,
ike newsboys at a Christmas dinner. Liition trv Dr. ( idy'a Condition Powders. _
I ———-o r- rui jiiiiiimk « >i"• 1 - *
ing is, "Resolve that tli Acwspa- like newsboys at a « liri- mas dinner. | dition try I>r. C'adv's Condition Powders.!
per is more bencticiii! ; > 111 people i The man who • ■ die. t;u net will . They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
* ■ i*n i . >m tint' anru.iiiP r# lipvr ronstinaticn. correct i
Officc Over Fetielon's Drug
than Steam Power. Mr.
on the affirmative and Mr
Patterson on the negative
1 IJ n i 11 H i IL L1A M
disorders Hpstrov worms, divine i
shows that there are 89 territorial _ iviiigfitfln-r and El Reno are 3d
patients in the hospital at Jack-; c]ass f,,r th - reason that the l itter
sonville, 111. I two have only volunteer fire de-
It i. nnderitood that tlie only j part|nenl .uut no |u)rM,,, while
suitable hnilding in Oklahoma „i(l okluhoma have each
that could he u-e 1 for such pur-; ,a )(^ UTQ horses a|](1 four or five
poses is in Norman and for some |
time negi'tia'.ioiis have be*'ii c:ir
ried oil for the pnrchflso of the
! High Ciate College building and
the probabilities are that it will he
successful. It 't is it will cost a
ii .• territory. I' I account of
In Governor Renfrow's message
... ,. ,. n superintendent presented loi tin
to the legislature the following re- ' , , ,iMI(r |> ;i ih'.U
port with reference to theterritori-l''1"" ' '
al treasurer is made and it is an
"The report of the territorial
treasurer is hereto attached and
marked exhibit "I." This report
shows the collections and disburs-
nients from the territorial treasury
for the two years ending November
30th, 1894, from which it may be
seen that the total receipts for the
year ending November .10, 1 Sici.
were *80,482.26, and the disburse. ^ ^ , (lollux ,o u
ments for the same period were T >
558.80, leaving a balance tmexpend-j P antl 11 ■ maintena hi
ed of *20.923.62. For the year I'ig thing for Norm m Ot « ui>e
ending November .'!0, 1S94. the to- we do not expect the asylum <>t u
tal receipts were *102,727.84 and territory to be located mNorniai,
the expenditures for the same peri- hut a private hospit i wy i -
od were *180,142.89, leaving a cash thing and it will hardly b ■ po-.l.l
balance in the treasury of 97,584. | to build an asylum for .. veral
95" '•vt'ar8' _
Washington, Jan. 8 The Judi-
ciary committee of the house to-
day reported favorably a bill t >
create another judicial district in
the Indian Territory. This hill
creates two districts, a northern
a paid lire department or a volun-
teer department? It will make
25c difference in the ba?is rate
whether yon are eqnippe 1 asG ith-
rie and Oklahoma City, or whether
yo'.i are rated with El Reno and
K ngfisher. We class Oklahoma
and Guthrie as 2nd class eitie?,
L KOI SI. \ TI It I. OlMiAMZKH.
The third session of Oklahoma's
Tuesdav. J. II. l'itzei
full paid lire men with ample fa-
ciliti - in the shape of hose, hook
an«l iad«i« r. nozzles and the like.
\\ hat amount and what kin I of
hose have you on hand or to he on
hand, and the time it is to be on
hand? How many nozzles have
you, that is how many streams are
you j repared to throw in case < f
emergency? How many elrean
were thrown at the test and how
high, and through what sized
Will you give me some report of
the t« «t, :>s to the height of stream,
j the size <T nozzles, and the length
! .,f time the test was continued?
tat have vou in ti e way of tire
day to see their best girls.
Miss Kate Pearce intended to
start for Sacred Heart Thursday.
The school lions*' ats have ar-
rived and are in the house.
Mr. Jeff Castleman is Koing to
start for the Seminole in a few days
The roees will miss him.
Mr. R. Jackson gave a very pleas-
ant oyster supper I i -1 Wednesday
nift'lit. There was about forty pres-
ent. they indulged in games and
plays until a late hour ami 11 went
home say in«
Mr. Clias. Dixon is
self a new house and ;
• I them
Mr. R. J:i
by t.'.epiione or
many men arc
: How many 11
ie lime? How
' Guthrie I \\
'f l".l Reno| apparatus, -lull as lios
was chosen President of the Conn-J . trucks, axes,
oil and A C. Scott, of Oklahoma (horses and bell of tire
and southern district,with courts at City. President j ro teni. K. K.
Muscogee and Vinita for the form- Brown of the Okhihonia t ity .1 Hir-
er and South McAlester, Chickasha nal, was ela ted CI i I t lerk. i al
and Ardmore for the latter Anotli- Orner. Heargent it Arms. I ! II.
er judge is of course provided for. Perry of the Perry hnterprise. Kn-
The jurisdictions of the I'nited rolling Clerk. A. C Harding of
States commissioners i? increased tin State (itiiiie at Newkirk Mrs-
it: certain eaMf. The hill in no sengi-r. Wesley Page, (colored)
way interferes with thejurisdiction Kingfishi i Watchman. Rev. E.
of the Paris and Ft. Smith courts. ••. Ilogges, I liiithnr. Chaplain.
Chief Harris, of the Cherokee Chief .lustiee Dal- administered
nation, and other representatives ol the oath o' ofliei. 1 he house or-
the Indians are to appear before the gunued by el. .ting (' M .Karnes
judiciary committee of the house of Guthrie. Speaker and II. P. St-
next Thursday to make their ans John ot Oklahoma City, sj.taker
wer to the Daws commission. protein. Chief ( lerk t has. King
Mr. R. W. McAdaia, of Ardmore Enrolling Cl-rk. -I P. Hit k . .
is here to represent the statehood Perkin- Kiank (' .lenniCh ,i d-
aide of the Indian Territory ipiea- ler, Seargi nt at Arms. J. A. V. h- ^
ols, Canadian county, Me-senger
\V. H. Day. Watch man; Chaplain,
Dev. Win. McPhreters, Guthrie.
After the appointment of a com-!"011"
inittee on rules a notice was read "
by the speaker of contest filed by ll ' '
Thomas J. Palmer lor the seat of ,'ou '•
H. H. Walling of Medford, and it V' ir|.um|
'. e image,
on dutv at
i an I be
.1.1 -ome polaml
ek that weighed
ceiveil 4 cents a
Dr. Price's (.ream isiKing Powdef
World's Fair Highest Award.
|OSh III ili*|M.llll.| lvllv v "t
i. ai i line to another, as - ■•mo on - yolls: I kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
•'Here, don't wait all <!ay: there are new life to an old or over-worked horse, lo
I two old tapper - h.r-: r: ome | cento per package, tor sale by druggists-
John Greenhaw went to Lexing- quickl Come qui k! This one will let I rjM •_!,<. ,'c WiIuqKIp
to„ Monday. Sol" One of thJ b. autlei of the sport Is | Eyesight IS Valuable.
that the children can nil!: lp. Even j there any thing the matter
Mr.JimMaddox had his eaddl jUlolittU, , ei can to May.
blanket and bridle stole in Purcell j,0 shown how i draw i , hi iral) | . , * " . , Pi>rft>rt
Saturday night. He'said all he re- gently and slowly and then how to field for crystal glasses, ferft
grettedwas they didnt leave his tenderly lift him tillthenet has him [test guaranteed.
paddle and take the pony. last-
mii t •«« - -ii! The women all 1 ike 11\ too: like to shout
Messrs Clias Jackson and Willi . roam
over slipping In t • mud. nuo t«i .-cream
Swink were over near Norman Mm whon a crab pet t of the ' Icet or
net and run- sideways at their feet;
:.nd like, above all. t< have found an
outdoor sport in which tlicy can join
their husbands and boy -. And it is
nut like wooinff the trout. • v ti-ki - Muck
1:!-.. v.hen one m:,v t 11 •' : -'t r day
with little or no pMit. y< • '•-•cause he
has not on :i darker < v bri ;j
If one i > n )t bh .t with v. i
tic one and is g"« inp aloni. !
a still m v . Ncitiii ' nr. f
That i-. what is U linieaily
"nabbing." '*«abbin;r >5
floating up with the ti U
lows and scooping up th crabs as
they feed or run without the use
of bait. Now. from the numlvr
of his pedal extremities the quick-
ness of • hi queer bul :i
and his ability to tart in ar direction
and 1 it-
Succkssor TO Dr. L. T. Wilson.
/\ll © V ork © ©Uaranleed.
Oflice N irmnn State Hank.
NORMAN - OKLAHOMA.
ROSS & BREWER.
Office iu Citizens Hank.
Practice in Territorial and Federal Courts
tlie Depiirtment8 at Washington, and tlie
local Land Oflice.
W. H. SNOW, M. D.,
I'lIYSICIAN AND SUKQEOM.
••.—Over Norman State Hank.
N. YV. Corner Crawford Avenue
I A ,A K I >,
Dlft l il t i ti
that tiic licicndant H
led I'laintiir It a s
•' ii'i'iih 'i Ik'Veii.l-
■ t Two '1 iioiiKund
111. I ..is affidavit
mid le useless for me to
i«n until 1 know wlmt you
■ tn do, that is whether \ ou
to jiut in ail eqiiippment
vou • in rate ;i^ :t -ml cla-H
. fnnte r <1 r j .ar t linn t
utnl an n .nl illist) town,
ill or lilt' local Bgi'lltK coni-
ur vo ir city clerk, or the
r ihe Chief of the Fire lie-
nl, or all combined get to- j
... I I'urninh mo with the 1
II I i ll! .!: II called f.ir in tliic let-1
in,', .vi'i 'i...
ness Of hla qn« bi cye Vil I 1
andlii ' linn _ m T\ 1 t i
i Bon Ton Bakery! • -
particular reason for p'in up creek
toward a • rtain '
letticc and jf.ves lr
to the subject it take:-,
considerable agility t
flight. No dreamy, al
na i of
profoundly tUoughtful p'.-r -m should t
try to "nab." Thv' tlireii 1 of their I
reasonii ^' is npt to lv abruptly severed ,
by a plunge into the black ooze of the
The "nabbcr" stands at one end, or.
if there are two 'nabber>." one at each
end and th< y simply let the boat drift
with tin- tide. M n r !- • (
favorite haunt of crabs rath- ■ than in
the middle of the hay or creek, perhaps j
because floating bit:-, of food are apt to
lodge in the sedge.
The net whose thirteen OP fifteen-
inch frame seem- I large when you
bought it now seems n- small as an
arrow point when you drive it
at a vanishing crab and ini.- him
clean. To", vicious a thru t often sticks
the net deep in the mud 1 >m. and if
you are not lively in rc cuing it the
I-oat passing over will mash the
| handle or the suddw
East Mai.. St.
M. Ball, Fro.
A. T. BOSS. I . I NV I I.I.IA MS
ROSS & WiLlAMS
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
titles'.collect rent it
residents, and <!< no
Office in (Mliz
. . 1 will hurl
nr. . you are ]
Wtt'liington, Jan. 9.—At a i
ing of the House Indian affair-
committee this after noon it wa-
determined to add a rider to th •
bill, if possible, opening the Kioin
and Comanche lands on the 1111
ba«is witn that agreed upon witii
respect tothe Wichita country. Mr
Curtis is to-day writing the favora-
ble report on the bill to ratify the
Wichita treaty, recommending that
it be opened in ninety ilavs, that
settlers payments lie covered into
the treasury and that tribes claim
ing equitable interest thereon l>
lie compelled to sue for the >anr
within a like period- Tho Kiowa,
Comanche and Apache sections
will be fonsideie 1 Monday lietore
the fill1 committee, and the I exp-
and Arkansas delegations this after
lioon agreed to be present.
r water supply,
is, the different sizes 1 j ■
f hydrants, whether i-
igle, the capacity of I
pumps, and whether i ,
was moved and carried that a com- th
inittee of five be appointed by the th
speaker, two of whom shall consist if von
of mi-nil ers other than Republican all "th
political faith, to take evidence in want t
the case, if evidence there be. and make
to report to the house in ten days, thi- i
The committer appointed was V/. Inr
II. Mason of Chandler, .Ian.- what
Hrown of Clifton, A. N Spene.T of }■ .
Yukon, O. N. Vickers of Alva, and tie tn
(i, S. Stein of Knid. 1 call
main i- single or in duplicate.
1<. ation, height and capacity 1
our stand pipe or reservoir, and
otli-r i irticulars that I should
know. I do not wont to
■ i trips, hence I ask for
n. atii i . M d as soon as it
i ll \ii'|. r*o
i fouled in such a way t
ing sort < f ojjportuniti
j .' ent thcinsclvv •.
Big luscious crabs come slowly, lan-
guidly by. blinking in peaceful -ceurity
a • if they realised your predicament.
;.nd guardian crabs take ; vantage of
that particular moment t eurry past
with their soft-shelled \ urds. Vou are
wiser and hotter, and u.-ually tired
after you have succeeded at last in pry-
ing that net loose.
At high tide one may only skirt the
shore, catching what stray crabs he
may find clinging to the sedge an<
reeds, for out in the I : the depth is
too great. When the tide turns you
may go down with it. catching just aa
many or more than you t U g"ing up,
for the midday meal ha made his crab-
ship more slow and lazy in his move-
ment. Expert "nabbers" ean turn
with one crab captured in the net.
plunge for a set nd and a third and
ven o fourth, nnd ut last fling the
whole quartets napping and kicking
into the bottom of the boat.
CAPSHAW 8l HUDSON,
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Office over Palace Drugstore.
C, W, NEWMAN,
Office over Kitrtiilge's Drug
V '.- ■ n.i.• \v iitli-11'l..il .lAy or ntiM.
I. .'aw orders at ol!i< e over drug store.
F, 8. DEPEW,
Plans Furnished and Estimates
J QKJ.A U' M A
AO OGntS. BUY THE NORMAN
'■ ~T\*/I r* A XA/ETCl/ Patronizes home trade
I VVIOC. r\ VVC.tLl\ will patronize you.
Issued Tuesday and Friday,
t you ft)
iced a li
i it iKjfot
MICK IN-I IIAM I
The following letter to Mr. T.ite
if iu answer tou retjue?t for a lower
II. ('! ARK-"V
lletiilarhe \ \euratata tired by Pi
MlLl— l'AIN I'lLLs". Uui- coat a d<*lfc.'
AN I NLA.
Its Vniit Kitvnt si I
Abundance, so f r
fields. orelK.r.ln and
ply it, U the 1;: i t
the people of th
n% i rh i
With Beg-tfrt' Chen
It i« tlie most «•!
ever put on the
thrit.it and 1 ti •
23c.. ft>c. and " . ^
drttRK'41 keeps- it
Will be i
third of i
cost of publ
it in order to mt
per into evt r\ Ik
silver or stain;
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 71, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 12, 1895, newspaper, January 12, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115233/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.