The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 95, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 6, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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©lie gttrttc JlcnUU Vrtt.
AND OKLAHOMA CALL.
IT 111 • I Sll Kll MKMI-W KKKI.Y.
MORT L. BIXLCR, - EDITOR.
MRS. M L. BIXLER, BUSINESS MANAOCR
•Matter Intended For publication In Satur-
day's paper should roach this offlee not later
Two masked men robbed ft store
in Lincoln county Tuesday night.
Jim Patterson, ft deal mute, liv-
ing nrar (Iridium, committed sui-
cide last Sunday.
Oklahoma City and Perry went
democratic and wo still have some
thing to be thankful for.
Fred M. Benl, the man who kill-
ed \V. S. McKennon at Guthrie,
died in Oklahoma City \\fdix -
AN AWII 1. lit WiKDV.
Harry St. John, a prominent
citizen of Oklahoma City and a
member of this legislature, killed
his wife near Oklahoma City Tues-
day. Tt is said that he fiimpected
her of being untrue to him, and
having taken one of her letters out
of the poBtoflico ho had his suspic-
ions confirmed. (ioing home he
called In r into a bud room and do
manded a confession at the point
of a revolver. lie pays that she
saiil in substance:
"Why, you old chump; of course
I've got a lover, and have had one
for two years. I am too young for
an old man like you, and I am go-
ing tt leave you in the morning
and take the youngest boy with
me. lit? ain't yours anyhow."
Then, St. John says, everything
became a blank, and the next thing
lie knew the revolver went oil'and
his wife lay gasping her life away
at his feet. Ho bent over her and
said- 'Oh, May, have I killed you?'
But the only answer was an awful
flow t f blood from her mouth and
nostrils. She straightened out, ly
ing partly 011 her right side, with
her face to the floor, one arm
doubled under her and the other
over her head, and was dead."
St. John is a son of 10v Gov. St.
John, of Kansas, the noted prohi-
bitionist. Mrs. St. John was
a handsome, attractive woman and
was popular with those who knew
Rvery body in done sowing; oats.
Tile inensels are thick all over the
W.J. Hens is attending the Uni-
Mr. C. A. WasHon and daughter
who have been upending the winter
in Texas returned home lant week.
Ja.s. Harris will move in a few
days to Mr. Mealor's farm.
Mr. Hunt of the C and A country
was visiting W. II. Abbotts family
the front of the week.
Abbott and Hanks have purchas-
ed them a new well machine and
aredi^^inga well for\V. H. Abbott
Wyiin Hritt has sold his fine farm
and will go to Central Ainerica in a
A M ironey our elllcient assessor
has about completed his assess-
ment of this Township and every
body is well pleased with his valu-
V. T, RKIIIL.
I'lfMiant Valley Items.
The weather is much cooler than
Rev. Wells preached at Pleasant
There was a Sunday school or-
ganized. Mr. Win. Haswell was ap-
pointed I'resident. Miss Olla Hol-
Rev. Powell will preach next Sun-
Dr. Fenelon was viewing lost
Miss J1111 ie Fox has finished a
long term of School last Friday she
returned to her home in Norman
leaving many friends behind her.
All vei l
Heruartl II. C.
Col well Whit
KUiott G. P.
Henicke 11. Ci
I Inward Henry
Hopper J. X.
Keck C. C.
Boy ti Perry
11o|>k iii5 Xed
Roberts K. W.
Slubblebeea James W'ilsoii Mrs. (1.
Persons calling for the above let-
ters please say advertised.
T. J. Johnson, p. M.
Change of Fit m.
Messers Siginan and McGill, have
purchasetl Reiiimerts meat market
and will continue to run it in first
class shape. Mr. Siginan is well
kn.iwn to the people of Norman
and Mr. Mcdill was in business
here in 18M>. They solicit a gener-
ous share of the trade of the city.
novT srop toii \t t o.
How t<> < ire Vutirself While I sln« It.
I.ost: A goltl watch guard or fob
that had been made out of a brace-
let. Liberal reward will be paid
for return to this office.
Buy your groceries of M. McCiin-j
ley. Fresh goods and fair treat-
If you want bargains in queen -
ware, glassware or china, go to M.
M cG in ley.
Go to the Norman Meat Market
for everything nice and first-class
we handle nothing but the best of
Notice of 1
Oki.aiioma City o. 'I'., Mur. 20, I vi.'i. \
Not but i" hereby bIumi that the lullow in#
naiiu-il mittler Iihh IIIfd notice of hi* Intention
to make ti mil proof in support of hi* claim, mid
•lint 4old prool will be made before H J Wilkins
Probate Judge at Norman, O T, on May 21
Knorb It. Tllllson,
for the 11 e 11. we 10, twp 0 n, range 1 w.
He numcs the followlnK witnesses t" pi<.>e bis
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
imld Intnl. vi/:
Jiune'i M fiinnon, "f Norman, " T., • ■ -r
Heed, T II tinthry and Win Addauis, oi lib'.., o.
Any per-011 who desires to protect (.gulus! t!ic
allowance of sueh proof, or who knows of any
HiibHtiilitial reason, under the law and the
reflation* o| the Interior liepartim'iit, why
Slieh proof should not be allowed, will be ui u ii
an opportunity at the above meutloii1'! time
and place to eroN.s examine the witn- ••• — oi
Mailt cluImant, and to oiler evidoncu In rebuttal
of that submitted by claimant
It. M Dll.l.KYr" l!( Klslc
Notice of I'ulilicatloii.
U. 8 ].<
\ Iteallxatlon of r. p Tlieorle*.
The Statk Dkmochat has al-
ways insisted that the full mean-
ing of pop theories is ti parental
form of government, ami that
means the encouragement of pau-
perism. It means that the indi-
vidual is taught to rely upon the
government instead of upon lii^ own
effort?. Wo did not think that we
should see a practical example so
soon after the pops got into power,
but after all why not? Conimis-
missioner Stow has practiced the
pop platform ami tried it 011 the
colored brother. Using the authoii
ty invested in him at the last elec-
tion lie gave order* to feed a lot of
lazy negros at theexpenseof Cleve-
land County Great l ig able bod-
ied men were fed; some thing un-
heard of in Cleveland County, and
the people will foot the hill, .lust
think of lazy niggers being fed at
the expense of the county while
poor white women wear away the'rj
lives at tlie wash tub to keep th
wolf from the door. No wonder
that it has been boasted that Stow
votes the niggers in his district. It
is hard ti) tell where the matte;
would have stopped had it not
been tor Commissioner Blackwell
and Barker. It stems that Barker
is not so much of a pop after all,
and dont believe in such work.
When a colored brother Can be led
at the public crib he wont work for
a white man, and the result was
that colored labor has lieen high
priced for some time. Last Moi -
day all the blacks in the north
east part of the 0 unty came in t<«
draw rations; in fact the plan suit
ed them so well that s>me came
from Oklahoma Count.v and if it
had not been that Blackwell and j
Barker had told them that U e
county could not support able bod
iod people, we would have had a
colored einmigration from all « \
the United States. This is owing t >
the result of populist rule in Cl v.
land County, l'liis is the kind of
economy we get; 111 i> i4 reform
with a vengeance
The tobacco habit growtis on a
man until his nervous system is
seriously affected, impairing health
comfort and happiness. To quit
suddenly is too severe a shock to
the system, as tobacco, to an invet-
erate user becomes a stimulant
that his system continually craves.
Haco-Curo i.s a scientific cure for
the tobacco habit, in all its forms,
carefully compounded after the
formula of an eminent Berlin phy-
sician who has used it in his pri-
vate practice 1872, without a failure,
purely vegetable and guaranteed
perfectly harmless. You can use i,n t
all the tobacco you want, while
taking Haco-Curo, it will notify ,iy
you when to stop. We give a writ
ten guarantee to pcrmautly curt
any case with three boxes, or re- «">
fund tin* n oue\ with It) per cent. wi.
interest. Haco-Curo is not a sub- ,'^J
stitute, but a scientific cure, that
cures without the aid of will power mai
and with no inconvenience. It
leaves the system as pure and free
from nicotine as the day you took : 1,1
your first chew or smoke. Sold by
all druggists, with our ironclad [
guarantee, at $1.00 per box. three j •
boxes, (thirty days tt eatiuen',) $2.50.
or sent direct upon receipt of price.
Send si \ two-cent stamps for ham- "
pie box, Booklet and proofs free. '
linn Ua Chemical A Manufacturing \\
I. 1 Crosse. Wisconsin *1
I or Sale.
I will sell at private sale from |!•!,
this date, all my cattle, norscs, hogs
1 1 iiki 1 s fin 111:1 £ n j h 11 t nts ; n
household goods. Call at my place
three and one half miles north east
k\ |. Hamill.
OK t. A HUM a CITY, O. T., Mar. I", t
Notice is hereby Riven t oil tli" follow lug
named si llier has filed notice of his intenloii
to make 1111111 proof In support of bis claim, and
that Mild proof will Ik- made before S .1. Wilkins
probate judge, at Norman, O. T. 011 May. :M l- ..
John B. (illkey.
for the s e |4 sec JJ.i twp 10 11 ramie 1 W.
lie named the billowing wlliio-es
his continuous residence upon ami cultivation
of Nuid land viz:
.1 r Harris, I.nnuns Kninee and Amoi Urlbblo
of Hlco, o T., I' .1 brow n of Norman, ( . 1.
Any person who desires to protest against the
allowance of midi proof, or who knows of un-
substantial reason, under the law and the regu-
lations of the Interior Department, why such
proof should not he allowed, will he id von an
opportunity at the above mentioned ti 1 c ami
place to cross examine tin- wIuh-sm^ i>i .-anl
claimant, and to oiler evidence In rebuttal el
that submitted by claimant.
1) M l>11.1.1: y, Register
In the District Court of the 'rd J ti ! i
clal District in ntul for the County < f
Cleveland. Territory of Oklahoma.
H. L. Williams, plaiutiir,
vs Notice of Halo,
6. !•:. Illnke, defendant
Tronnatlue llros \ Uo , 1'luluilir.s. J
8. K. niakc, Defendant. f
By virtue of an order of sale to mo
directed and delivered, issued by Henry
W. Bcott, judgo of said district coti:t, at
Chuiubers in oklahoma ('ity, in the Co
of Oklahoma and Okla. Tcr.,onthe 1Mb
day of March, 181)5. in un action in an id
court, where in S. \, Williams is plain
titr and S. E. lilake is defendant, and in
an action in said court wherein Trouus-
tino Urea e Co., are plaiatiifs and s. E
lilake is defendant I will,
on tho Stli lay of April, 180"), t ot ween
the hours of 10 o'clock u m and -I o'clock
p ui of said nay. nt tho town of Ncble,
County of Cleveland, Territory of Okla
komii, oiler at public snlo and sell to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, all the
light, title and intsre t of tho above nam
ed defendant in and to the following de-
scribed property, to-wit: All of a gener-
al stock of merchandise, consisting of
I dry goods, groceries, boots and -h >es. and
| all such t lier articles as are generally
Kept in a<ouutry store
Said pri pert}' levied on and to be sold
as tho prt pert) "f the above named do
feudant, S K. lllakc, taken on a writ of
attachment in favor of S. L. Williams
and Trounstine Bros 6- Co.
H. F. Ni:WI I.ock.
Hheritf of cleveland County, ti T.
Davidson & Hocker and i'isher ' I Icn
ssv, Atty's Dated Mar. 25, 'U5.
11. w a!
I' o l>l leal I
Before the 1
oiua City C). T.
Cornelius K. 1
March L\Mh. I
Carrie Orene King
Save the Children
By Purifying Their Blood
Hood's Sarsaparllla Makes Pur«
Blood, Cures Scrofula, Etc.
been very . : ', . . My little girl, flvo years
old, had lor four years a bad skin disease* Hei
■ . . . II'. i;«l break out In a mass ol
j llo 1 matu r, She would
as though it gave relief,
and tear open the sores.
Two Bottles of Hood's
S.'ir . c I llie eruptions to heal and
11 1 the scabs pealed off, after which theskla
Lveai loll iml smooth. As a family medicine
Merit, and Merit Only Seeks to Win at
-1- ▼ -M-_ 0 0 0 0
THE NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE.
8cven-cights of the people know it, ami the remaining one-eighlh should for once try the New
York Bargain Store
We have received an elegant line of WASH FABRICS in the DRY-GOODS LINE, and also
Black Silk I.aces, Torchoin I.aees, Dress Lacen, Pillow Case Laces, Silk Ribbon, and the
well known KA-BO CORSKTS, No 355. We are not quoting prices, for want of spacc,
but we assure you we ^ell them at the CHEAPEST PRICES.
To Introduce our lino of LADIES OXFORDS in Black and Tan and to
pell them quick wo have marked them at Very Low Prices. Von should nspect this *<ine.
CLOTHING! We have a Large line of it, and very nice goods at the
very Lowest Prices. We have also not forgotten the boys and little on
In Mh.VS FURNISHING GOODS we have the largest and best stock in town, and they are
right in prices.
We make a Specialty of Ladies Kibbed Vests and Shirt Waists. It will pay you to come and
see our line of good?. Remember, it is no trouble for us to show goods whether you buy or
not. Second door West of Opera House. ^ ours For Trade,
OF ~rHE MEW YORK BARGAIN STORE.
ii " I'Sluliits no equal and
it" w. l. Kino, Bluff Dale, Tex.
•!u t f..mily cathartic,
m Try a box. 25 cents.
Notice For IMilitloatlon.
• 111.. at. CKl.iioinu, Ok I it Feb1WI5.
) In li' icliy jfivon t-11:11 tlio follmvliifr-
liinied settlor hus filed notice oi his lutcii-
ion to iii iKii tlnul proof in sii)■ | uit nt' ItiH
Iiilm, iiinl (hut 811I1I proof will Ik* iniulo lic-
or« S. .1 Wilkins. I'l-uluitf .ImK'c, ut
lorinuti OT, on M:iy 1 ■. \ i/:
. Ttilliot, Milo lii'lr
pa it tlii tit, why mi
limine ti" wit.
offrr evidonre in rol
I'u t> i it.i
1-1 (.1 11 i
Oflicc up HtairH, IClled^e Bld'^.
Will practice in all the courts.
iDR.T. H. WILLIAMS
Successor to Dn. L. T. Wilson.
j AH ® V ort< © ©Uarantoed.
OIH00 N irtnan Stute Hank.
NORMAL - OKLAHOMA
C. W. GARMAN MF'G CO.
. . . .11 \tsi FA<'TI''KI1S OF . . .
LOUNGeS ftND coucnes,
Center Tables, Kitchen Cabinets
and Glass Cupboards.* * ^
STAIR QUIL.□ II\j<3 A SPECIALTY.
Hand Kails, Newel Posts and Balusters Kept in Stock and to
order. Prices Moderate and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
' 1 iieunt, mid to
• tIt :t suliinltted
B. M. in 1,1.1.v,
Territory of Oklahoma, Third Judicial
District. In the District Court In
anil for Cleveland County.
\Y ill ata E. I arson . Jr. Plaintiff.
Catharine C. Parsonp, Defendant.
Tho abovo named defendant, Catharine,
( '. lursoii'. will tiike notice, that sho has
beeu sue I iu tho District Court, in and
for Clcvoland County Third Judicial Dis-
trict . Terr t >rj of' Iclah ma, for n dl-
voreo in tho nbovo 1 ntitlod action by tho
Plaiutiir therein, William K. l'arsous, Jr.
and that sho must answer tho petition
in said action that has been filed by tho
Plaintiff therein, in tho Office of the
Clerk of stnd District Court, at the City
of Norman, iu said Cleveland County,
Oklahoma Territory, on or before the
eighteenth day of May, 1895, cr said peti-
tion will be taken as trui?, an I judgment
rendered accordingly, granting said Piaiu-
ti'V an absolute divorce from her,
Dated at Noiman. iu said County and
Territory, April sixth, I•
( '. II. ^ NX,
Attorney for Plaiutiir.
V - - > Attest W. II . Eni.v,
; al _ Clerk of said District Court.
2428 Grand Vvenue,
Kansas City, Mo.
MTSFOM. IlllOVmt k ROSS.
Offlee In Citizens Bank.
Practice In Territorial and Federal Courts
the Departments at Wa hiiiKton. and the
local Lund Office,
w. H. snow, m. d,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office:—Over Norman State Hank.
Beside nee N, W. Corner Crawford Avon no
and Ton 11 awa street.
.1. EI A .All I >,
ROWNTRtE, SON & BAKER,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
BRAN * NEW * RiGS,
NO km AN,
•Lluixjl*CITIZEN'S BANK' of NOliMAN
It. I'. WILLIAMS
N By Ti
. ml da . f April, 1 M
Hated March 21, 1- 1
Hop f r 1*tt 1*1 i 1
Ross & Williams,
Real Estate and Insurance Ayents.
Negotiate Loans, examine and abstract
titles, collect rent and pa> taxes for non-
residents, and do notarial business.
Office In Cltlzeu's Bank Bld'g.,
NORMAN, - OKLAHOMA.
NEW YORK BARBER SHOP AND
DAVIS & PYLB, Fropr's.
Hot and Cold Hnthn. Located on
south side Kast Main Street.
C. W, NEWMAN,
Office over Kitrtiilge's Drug
lb 1. 1* b« roby «lveil I',at T S
W an 1 hits
Nnuc.v M. Kltler
1 . t-. ;•
deceasi 1 ,■ .,.' . , ' v'A-.
a- purpoee of obtninlt « a llcetu t
• t • -i : t
Complaint having bet
■n entered at this > •
X1 liK tttii. on jh-.' ion 1 lift w or a
o ti ice lv l oriu in
'' ■ ■ ■ '
i i . ii. Wyno
Nanoj M Elder v
Kcudal Elder, dece
' . ■ 1 :i l i i:'
IfK i hertdtv giv m tlmt J II
< ; il.tr, e
.No |85 lu the U.
;!. 1 l.in b- i .'I hiki petition ;i« n
lahoma t ity • • •
'. < ti
I f\t >:t. n
upon !i.tt> No. ti \
' '' : ' "L'v
w 1 I M in Clevo!
ing that the taid K
an 1 •
ly failed during hi-
• time to establis : 1 ' . • ',;. .
the I)lstrYi I'onrt of the Thli
t>is redden v upon.
II i • • ■
rift lit ami tor cb v, Uu.l count
cultivate or impro
ti i i, t a ll
the said Nauc} >1
!<:' t!..' hi i> u. ! . ' . ' :
phu« 1) IViv rmto, PUIntilTi
heir at law of the
Kendal Klder. <!f
lout Hro l'r> ' ,o,.,! i ,. . S
; cease,I had wholl
vate or in any w
npro\ c said tract
itiil defendants, swotlord Hto
since tho death of
said Kendal I. d. r - ' ! ••u i. : •• :t%Ton
E. W. COX, V. S„
• jj liraduate « f tin* Amerirnii t otprlimrf
j ( .llpgr, or Ni-w York City, w now loputril
j at the Fntr Grounds at Norman, Okla.
ultiva* t'olts broke and trained for road and apee
ii All kinds of Veterinary work done Caster-
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
1 - «'!> a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.
THfc STAR BARBERSHOP,
PAKKO i! RIS1MR. Props.
)T< I'or n Ouick Shave or a Noat Hair
Cut call (in tiM.
1 M ain Street, Nokvm w, Okla.
P. S. DEPEW,
1' as l:iirnished .uul Kstim.ites
. . Made . .
Double or Single Hacks, Buggies, Carriages and Surrey-
ITorses for Ladie •• and GentliMnen.
Drummers Carried to all Parts of the Country.
Charges Reasonable. Main Street, Near Depot, Norman, Ok.
(Incorporated Under tn«* laws of Oklabotnn.)
CAI Il AL STOCK : : : : : : : *50,000.
DIRECTORS: Gto. Smith, D. L. Larbh, r. Owe 13, B Hughes, W. T. Mayfield*
A. C. Mahsrand t VV. Maoquart.
7he R1/-I11103 of tlii* Bank jm
Non-residents of Clei'dciml Counh,
It 1 n 1 Uul
FARMERS AND HEBCHANTS BANK,
CAFiTAL STOCK $50,000.
Dlllia TOItS Willi 1.1 AIIAMKK I A I: II I I. Jt ( ATI VIS .11.1 XAO K W BMT
C, D. Adltins, S. A. Waits, N. W. Griffin, K. Clapham,
I. A. lleriiiKtnn I,. Paytou, John Milk'c, 1,1- Taylor
VV. |. Kellcy.
I ,h- ,i Gi'itftal Ilankii.t I*ij in*' . Ai', u111 il Collections Solicited
Safety Fire Proof Vault, Screw I Triple Time Lock Safe. Valuabl*
Papers and Records St r, I Without Charge.
Lone Star Livery, Feed and
Best Horses and Finest Rigs in the City. Hors««
Boarded 'oy the Day or Week.
Daily Hack Line to Tecumseh.
TAYLOR & GREENLEE. Prop a
>v notified that y<>
who t-l«'.l hit |'fti
:uim' nil tin- A(ll i!h\
Itut'kllii'* Arnlri* Itlii1.
TllH HK8T Sai.\ i in the worltl lor
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter Cliap
prd Hands, Chilblain, Corns and
nil t kin IvruptioiiH, and positivel\
eurea Pilen.or no pay required. It
is jfiiarnnteed to i\ <• perfeet sat
is faction, or money rrfundtd.
Price 2a cents per box. For shU it
Fenelon's Drug: store
tit that o.ti.l pliiltitill* <1
iittui hiiu'in Hint ieiirulft
nl i>nler of Htnu liiiit n' n
ii lifiiu nt duly t*i
i tt) • « ^ui ii* in -<i
illillil m < ks t<> t.'itr Ity |>r
iV Uo ., \:tvg lor rill
W. II KIIKV.
• In k of IHatrUi t
i Meek, Deputy.
ntid tluit -uid Krndul I idor had
n i «1 said tract nt tb' ti.; .« o' liis
" that tho • aid Naiu'\ M l !i*r
heir at law of tho an id Kt-ndal
abandoned sad trait contlnc
,r Kiut-e the tit ath of tho said Kot
i ami for uior<> thou m\ i onthn ;•
i tiling of the allidAv.t of route
j case, an I ulle^mg that aitl al t
has continued to oxi t until,
I exist Al the pteseut time, wilt
II tho cancellation of sai l entry,
,, parlies are hen by sutuuu u i
t at the I N. I.and (Ml . •> at
lj I ity l>. T on th< otb dav of
, at uine i> ! >ok n ui to )« -, a l
uUh testimony, eoncernii: ■ -
I le that patronizes home ir. dc
will patronize vou
J. B. BARIANI.
riil.lli'i.ll m N tire.
j Territory of oklahoma, i'l.ird Judicial
District In the I'istii t: (.art in
J and for Cleveland County.
I Charles F Ilea li, Jr PlaiutilV.
j Anne M. Beach, 1 t f' tidant
Tho above named defendant, Aune M.
Beach, will take notice that she has been
sued In tho District Court, in ami fi r
Cleveland County,'1 hird Judicial District
Territory of Oklahoma, for a divorce,
in the obovoeutitled action by the Plaintii.
therein. I hat It s i . I c... h. Jr.. and that
she n list nuswc r ilu | etition in aaid action
that has been file I by the I'laintiil there-
in, in the olllce of tlio Clerk of said Dig
triet Court, at tho Ciiy of Norman, iii
•aid Cleveland Cot nty, 1 klabi ma Terri-
tory, on or before the eighteenth day o;
May, 1805, or said petition ws I be taken
as true, and judgment render. .1 accord
ingly, granting sni I riaintili' an nb htt-
divorce from her.
Dated at Norm in. i ,ii I County aiitl
Territory. April sixth, IsOa
c II. Wins.
Attorney for 1'iaintiiF
^ —- I Attest W. ll : ii .
seal CI. ik of said District Court
' ) Hy Tressa Meek, Dei ntv.
JACKS AND STALLIONS FOR SALE
I liav.'n ii ii in i i,-i- ()f French C
and Perchcron Si:iili,,ns. and Bin
*1'■""•-li. li o«ri mill Kentucky
JiH'kswhi.ii | wi|( Bt,u on e,iai,
li-rrns. I In- in pure breil stock,mid
ls■' lot , ver brought to
tin >■ >unlry. Will tm.le for
(■."lipb. ll Stock Fiirin, tivi. ,
ui-ith .i-l *.f 1 \inj^toil, Okla.
}■ V. < ANI'HKI.I., I'rop.
tioiiil Willis hwhjs fur Sale.
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Bixler, Mort L. The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 95, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 6, 1895, newspaper, April 6, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115255/m1/2/: accessed May 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.