The Lawton Constitution. (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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Lawton Const iution
DEMOCRATIC IN PRINCIPLE
THE CONSTITUTION COMPANY
L Ray Williams, Editor.
A W Anderson, Hutsln<*s8 Hrt
J;u> H. Timnnjns. City Ed.
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flatly, t o vhbi .H.O.
Dally delivered in city by carrier every
▼®am< exempt Hunday.
The weekly will be went to responsibly
abiorlbars until ordered discontinued and
all arreaK"« are paid
fcb. 21 In fSlstory
S>3> — Robert Southwell.
pool, executed at Ty-
burn; born IMO.
1P7T Hon edict do Hplnoen,
philosopher, died; >orn
171& - Mr* Anne Grant.
Scotch nuthor of "Let-
ten From th« Moun-
tains." born; died 1838
MS - Ebpnewr Rockwood EuKono de
imrrir' n .d'"l;"J5"lsl"1"1 Be uharnal«
American Jurist, born In
Concord. died there Jan. 31,
3124 — Eugene de n«viuharnals, stepson of
Napoleon and duke of Ijeuchtonberg.
died; born 1781.
It®—John Qulncy Adnms, sixth president
of the United Slates, died In Washing-
ton; born In Hralntree. Mass.. 1757
— The city of Manila fired by Insur-
gents; Hghtlng In the streets.
S906 — Seismic disturbances following
tidal wave resulted In a loss cr life
asi'mated at 2.000 on the coast of Co-
SI ATE OFFICERS
•Vjr Super! n I pikU d f
S. M BARRETT,
9\tr State Treasurer.
JAS. A. MENHFHB.
flk R. RANKIN,
Ooagressmau Fifth District
sttloo ill lmpractlcubb taul would hav
coat more notify than the oity could
have raised even though the largr
bond issue liad been voted.
The thing to do In ti) gi<t buay. Got
action an the (80,000 in the hands of
the sacretary of the interior for incr-
easing our water supply. Mr (juine<lt
asks for InstruoUons. A mass in oet-
ing of the mayor juid council and clt-
Ilens will ba held at the council chani
bers tonight. This meeting should
wine Mr Quknetto to Insist upon the
geological survey sending a compet-
ent engineer In: .re at onco to report
upon n practicable plan to furnish an
adequate water supply for a city of
25,01)0, the probable cost, and if it Is
more tli.ui $60,000 lat us raise by bon-
ds nr othor mivuis. the funds that may
be raqulr -d.
The Constitution would like to aaepu
lie Improvements pushed forward In-
this city upon practicable lines, i <
the mayor and council take up the
sewer and pavement proposition cx-
l>pnd tlva fund on hand, raised liy a |
aerT tax to build main storm sewers!
and take action toward street grading, I
curbing and guttering at onne, the ex-
pense to l*> taxed up to the property
fronting upon the streets Improved
Tbore is such a unanmlty of sisntl-
ment Ir Lawton for public Improve-
ments and for everything that tends
to the upbuilding of a city, that there
will be in) divrgnoeee of opinion if
those acting for the taxpayers will tro
the paths of wisdom and take the peo
pie into thair coufldonce. The meet
irng tonight Is a step In «tw right dlrec
ti on and everyone taitoru,wd in the
building of Greater Lawton should b,
\ H poem for Coday j
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THE SIEGE OF BELGRADE J
A. n j\lliteratix)t Poem *
Author Unknown |
V Austrian army, awfully arrayed. «
Boldly by battery liesleged Belgrade. t
Cossack commanders cannonading couie. i
Dealing destruction's devastating doom. T
Every endeavor engineers essay, «
For fame, for fortune lighting—furious fray! J
Generals 'gainst generals grapple—gracious God! I
How honors heaven heroic hardihood! t
Infuriate, Indiscriminate in ill, «
Kindred kill kinsmen, kinsmen kinsmen kindred kilt. r
Labor lew levels longest loftiest lines; *
Men inarch mid mounds, mid moles, mid murderous mines; T
Now noxious, noisy numbers nothing, naught *
Of outward obstacles, opposing ought:
Boor patriots, partly purchased, partly pressed,
Quite quaking, quickly "Quarter! Quarter!" quest.
Reason returns, religious right redounds,
Suwarrow stops such sanguinary sounds.
Truce to thee, Turkey! Triumph to thy train.
Unwise, unjust, unmerciful Ukraine!
Vnnish, vain victory! vanish, victory vain!
Why wish we warfare? Wherefore welcome were
Xerxes, Ximenes, Xanthus, Kavier?
Yield, yield, ye youths! Ye yeomen, yield your yell!
Zeus', Zarpatei's, Zoroaster's zeal,
Attracting all. arms against acts appeal!
study so difficult. The finely-spuu th-
eory which is bulK up by close atteai-
tion to the unfolding of John's child
mind falls to useless shreds v'umi we
study Mary's. Nor is readhiK about
ch ldren studying children.
the rich could not be sure tlia/t their
beverages were pure. The famous
wines of Falorno ware adulterated in
the cellars, and wines from Gaul were
artificially colored by aloes and other
THE CHILDREN OP MEN
*W C. 3. 3onat«\
M. L Turner,
"Star city marshal
JOSEPH H. HOWARDS.
JOHN W. OZMTJN.
J. W HEATHKRINGTON
F. C. LARRANCW.
Tor ORy Attorney,
J. C. NORMAN
TV r Police Judge.
J. A. DIFFBNDAFPBR
*V«r Ctiy Clerk.
W. W. ANDREWS
yor Street Commissioner
W. M McMlLLlON.
J. C. TALMADGE
J. R. CONATSER.
C. W HAINES
Tar City Treasurer.
For Councilman First Ward
H E. D1EHL.
*br Councilman, Third Ward,
P. D. ANDERSON
for Councilman, Fifth. Ward,
C i SIMPSON.
the citv water supply
It Is very evid nt that something
asast be done ar.d that quickly to in-
crease the city's water supply. This
^umtion has been agitated considerab-
ly of late and the Constitution Is of
opinion that evory oltli.m who has
taica a )>art in the agitation has wor-
Ited for what he lMleved to l>e the
lest interest of th'; (*ty.
Mr. Qulnette who wad sent to Wt
vMngton by the Chnmber of Oommer
* * and tJie olty council to secure a rl-
Kht-of way for a pipe line across the
Fort Sill reservation, ffelegniph< d tliat
the M idiriin- «-.*>k proposition lud
ikem twrned dowi Tills came as a hi
tliough, to some of live more ar
emtadv (wt«i of the proposition, It
lay appear In dwguiae. It means
bat Ike war department is going to
hlarge Fort Sill to a regimental i>«st
. nd thai it wlti not itermit anything
•* done thai, wfll Intertere with the
Walter Williams, in his Columbia,
Missouri, Herald,discusses up--n cliil
dren as follows:
Every child is made in the image of
God. Wo may not l>3 able to trace the
image in all children, covered as it is
by vice and shame, the sins of fath-
ers for cloak and covering, but th? im
age Is there.
There is an angel in every suuie upon
the highway. The sculptor may find it
while thechaln gang will merely crush
It with hammer and chisel. Tile wuoie
of education is to fmd God in man,
advence the child in his efforts on-
ward. Herbert Spencer said education
Is to prepare man for complete living
llato declared it to be the infection
nf all the powers of man. Dante argu
en it was to tit man for eternity, whil
Milton wrote that it was to regain for
man whai was lost by Adam's fail.
Combine and collect all theories of
education held by the great masters of
education from Froebel and backward
we safely assert that this definition Iji
eludes the best of all; education is
develop God's child toward God. There
was but one incarnation
The father tabernacled in human fl-
esh once and only oil or. But every
child, In slum or palace, In the gutter
>r In the brown stone front, is a son
or daughter of God When w > look u
on childhood in this way,, wheal we
see children from this standpoint, they
take on another meaning in our eytu
We assume a different attitude. We
are inclined to lift our hat to a child
of God when we might pass by with
cont-m , a gamin on the street.
Child study is the latest and the
grea if the sciences—a science har-
dly deserving of the name of science
but none the less important because o
that The final object of child study
is to find in every chilu God's image
and to remove obstacles which blur th
image and stunts the child's growth
How far toward God some men ad-
vance, how distant are the vast major
ity. Abraham talked with him in his
t lit door, Moses saw God fwe to face
If this he the und and object of educa-
tional! efforts, bringing up of man to
God, how weak and pitiful and Insig-
nificant our modern methods of edu-
cation often prova The men who no
walk the earth with head among the
stars have not all bscn trained in sch
ools, but they have boon better educa-
ted than m.uiy who have labored long
years for this or that degree.
The study of childhood means the
study not of one, but of many chlldnu
Every child Is like every other child,
and yet- paradox that humanity Is in
I urugs. In Athens, wine adulteration
To know a child, one must see him I was so common, that special inspect' ■
at play and nt work, with his super- J were appointed to detect and stop the
iors and his inferiors, following and! practice. One Canthare, n wine mer-
leading, quiet and active, in times of j chant, made his mark on the page of
triumph and moments of d.spair. ^" history because of his skill in giving
may thus come to know the child but j ii(P flavors of age and maturity to ne
not children Following tha study co ) wine6, and In his time the ;;^iriiso.
sw 1-4 1-4 S 5s IS, $320
pitrer, William F, Henryetta. I T
sw 24 3s $1475.50.
Peet, Jenn-rss R, Roosevelt. Okla,
se 11 5n 19, $1305.
j Pittman, Albert A Waukomis, Ok n
1, 15 4s 13,$1510.
j Rogers, H N, Oiark, Mo, sw 17 4s
j Riley John D. Davidson, Okla, se 11
-,s 15, $2025.
Reynolds, Clement B, Pond Creek,
31'.a, se 4 4s 15, $9(15.
Rigdon, George, W, Marlow, I T sw
22 2a > $3205.
yctert, George E Lawton, Okla, No
7.5 C Ave, sw 32 2s 13, $1696.
Rohrsdarf,, August, Stillwater, Okla,
R R 5, se 2 Is 13. $1440.
SpocVman, F A Emporia, Kan, No.
6 Wes I St, ne 30 3s 13, $1000.
Stir-ford, Charles, Cache Okla, se 4
es 1? $1250.
Sff.flser, Clarence W, Cooperton, Ok,
s f 5n 18. $S18.17.
Bkkei, Fred, Lawton, Okla, No. 531
C Ave, sw 16, ?s 13, *1140.
Simpson, Thomas P Prague Okla
st T 2f 14. $1356
Th icker, Wesley E Okmulgee, 1 T
se 25 3s 15, $1200.
I tterback, Mary E, Ind (pend*nc>
Ki.n, sw 1 4s 16, $2155.
Wallbridge, Frank D, Home, Kans,
12 4s 15 $2627.
Wray, Charles W, Frederick, Okla.s
12 Gs 15.
Wicraig, Fred E G Alva Okla, R F
D No 3 lts3 4 s 1-2 nw 1 3s 14, $1975,
Woatherly, Edmund B Enid Okla, Its
3 4 e 1-2 sw 30 4s 12, $3208.63.
Wampler, Michieal D, Hale Mo, ne
•1 3s 12, $1501.
Wallace, James, Lawton, Okla, sw
It 12. $1600.
BIDDERS TO FILE MARCH 22.
es the putting into practice tha results
oi the study. The physician of til •
body needs to be gentle, u nder and th
uiglitful. Much more so those teach-
ers who are th" physlclr.cs of children
heal and holp and to make strong.
The frown which may br the best for
■ iliid may cause another to faint
and fall, as more sunlight is needed
for the. royal rose than for the d"oop-
ii.g fern The coiniuirison is not In-
Children are the flowers in the gard
ens of our homes, without which the
best furnished homes, would be dreary
"Artificial as Canthare," was the com-
mon expression for clever dec alt.
BIDDERS TI) FILE
BEAUTY AND DISPOSITION
There is no more potent beautifier
than disposition. If those who spend
time and money in anxious pursuit
of g(x>d looks at the hands of proffes-
sional beauty makers would devote
just a portion of this time to the cul-
tivation of beautiful disposition, insul-
ts would be evem more gratifying.
A happy way of looking at life Is
the best eye brightener and a calm
that defLs disturbances the most po-
tent complexion lotion.
It is perfectly true that our reading
is reflected in our face. The thoughts
produced by reading noble s ntim nts
finely expressed are mirrored in our
features quite as surely as are the less
lofty emotions produced by pouring ov
nabby, excitable, morbid or Injurious
If you don't believe this contrast the
serene, thoughtful expression of a lov-
er of poetry with the face of one who
habitually feeds on "yellow" literatu-
What you read and what you think
helps to make your disposlt'on. And
your disposition largely makes or
mars your beauty.
Blessed are the pnrents who make
their greatest effort In life to provide
a pleasant, attractive home for their
children, that shall b to them the
dearest place on earth and where they
will find their greatest enjoyment In
the home circle.
Blessed are the parents who do not
allow their children to spend their
time on the streets at night, and who
leach them to avo.d evil companions
and bad company at all times
«Her Mpiriy for the thousands of men
ad Iukmi that qr'M b utatloncd here. | every way-no two children ure alike.
4«Uus the Mount Scott water propo- It lg dissimilarity that makes ctMd
The Greeks and Romans had their
troubles, no less than we do today.
Pliny tells us that the bakers of Rome
used to mix with their dough a white
earth that ^as soft to the touch and
swoot to the taste, and so make bread
that had weight and good upjiearance
but no food value. He also speaks of
wine adulterated, and -ays that even
Continued From Pas 0.1 e.
1 2 e 1-2 nw 19 3s 13, $1279.
Carl, Joseph A Liberty Kaji, ne 17
4s 12, $1600.
Crouch, James H 'futile, I T Its 1
2 s 1-2 ne 6 4s 14 .$1605.09.
Cooley, Henry, Dayton, Oh o, No.
108, Dallas, St., se 29 3s 15, $8S2.
Crawford. Lewis G, Seagoville, Tex
se 3 2s 12. $1849.60.
Davis, J A Tops ka, Kan, East Hill,
Gold n. Ave. ne 35, 1s 12 $1551.
Dutschke, Jos F, Aiiache, Okla, se 4
In 8, $3750.
Einbry. John W, Waur.ka, Okla, its
3 4 sec 12 5s 11. $39S.
Eckes, Delia, Lawton, Okla, R R
Its 3 4 e 1-2 sw 19 Is 12. $1250.
Fields, John W, Wichita Falls, Tex
s v 4s 14, $4400.
Frazier, William H, Blackwell, Okla
••e 36 2s 12.. $1755.
Fuller, Giraldus M, Chattanooga
Ok a nc 9 2s 13, $1280.
Greiner, Mose, North Fort Worth, T
Its 3 -t s 1-2 nw 4 4s 15, $2122.10.
Gott. chalt, Mansford, W, Frederick
Okla, ne 17 3s 16, $1835.
Gettys, Coleman, L, Frederick Okla
se 3 4s 15, $1980.
Iiampton, Milton W, Temple, Okla,
sw 10 5s 12, $2900. "•
Hurst, Allen, Prairie City, Iowa, se
1 Is 13, $1600.
Hauswirth, Charles, Comanche, I T
R R 3 Its 1 2 e 1-2 nw 7 5s 12, $2550.
Hill, James H, Lowell Ind R R 3
lis 1 2 s 1-2 ne 3 2s 13. $2005.
Moupton, William E, Byers, Texas,
ne 30 4s 12 $2466.25.
HankLns, F E, Sciota, 111 It 3 4
1-" r\ 1 Is 12, $2500.
Klnnear, James A, Conway Springs,
Kansas, It 1 2 s 1-2 ne 1 3s 14, $1603.
Ivckley, Walter S Trenton, Mo, se
u 2s 13, $1700.
Kuehn, Amil A, Henrietta, Texas, s-
w S :>s 12 $2015.
Lemon, Chester F, Pocasset, I T.
R R 1 sw 11 2n 8, $2400.50.
lxii g, William A Faxon, Okla, se 6
1j 12, $1312.19.
L athwood, Margaret, \ Frederick,,
Okla, ne 9 3s 16. $1700.
Mllncr, Artin A, Conway Springs,
Frnsar sw 1 3s 14, $1654.
Mjers, Agnes E, Lawton Okla, ne
19 3s 13, $1550.
Montgomery, Robert F, Corpus Chr
is ti, Texas, tue 33 2s 13, $1500.
, Ellas S, Kansas City, Mo, No
302, W 9th se 32 4s 14, $2040.
Modaris William A, Hobart, Okla-
nw 6 fiii 18, $1120.
Mclntlre, Horbon, Arapaho, Okla, se
>b 3s 12, $2000.
McKnight, Alex C, Monmouth, 111,
nt 11 5n 19, $1190.30
McNatt, William L, Whtteboro, Tex,
R R 4 sw 9 4a 13, $2248.
McComb, David S, Cameron, Mo, ne
33 2s 13. $2000.
Newham Joptha P, Oklahoma City,
Okla, sw 14 4s 11, $2239.
Nil! Noah, West Alexandra, Ohio, 8
w 29 3* 16,$2250.
Overton, Arthur J, Burr Oat-;, Kan-
•C 35 3s 12. $2050.
Powell, William L, Lawton, Okla,
Anglin, Gyle, Walter Okla, R F D
No 4 se 30 3s 13, $1500.
Amyx, Henry B Blatce, Ky, sw 5 3s
Anderson, James L, Norman, Okla,
R F D No 3 ne 36 2s 15, $1600.
Barlow, Janus, Howe, Kan,, nw 14
2n 8, R F D No 1, $362.
Berryman, Robert F, Lawton,
sw 16 2s 15, $1205.
Illezck, John W Lawton Okla
4 e 1-2 sw 18 3s 12, $1401.
Bennett, James E, Geronimo,
D No 1 nw 26 5n 10, $1207.50.
Brown, Ida B, Bridgeport, Te.vs, ii-
e 18 2s 15., $1768.
Carlln, Edward O, Haskell, I T ne
8 5s. 12, $2104.
Crozier, Robert D, Frederick Okla
R F D 4 B 23, sw 31 3s 15, $1320.
Clay, Gwarge H, Province, I T ne
1-'. 4s 14, $1625.
Clieoher, Grorge W, Wheeling Okla,
ne 23 4s 14, $2300.
Cox, Aaron, H Comanche, I T sw 35
Dixon, Curtis D, Molinc, Kan, Its 1
2 s 1-2 ne 5 2s 13, $1506.
Dots eli, James C, Davidson, Okla, R
. D No 1 sw 32 4s 15.$2005.
Dugan, George S, Walter Okla, sw
5 5s 12, $2750.
Dixon, George L Ixine Wolf, Okla,
sw 10 5n 19, $1640.
Funk, George A Chattanooga, Okla,
nw 12 3s 14, $1500.
Goddard, TI Ira, Evansville, Ind Its
1 2 s 1-2 ne 1 5s 12, $241
Gibson, Susan, Galloway Mo. se 22,
3s 12, $2080.
Gebbart, Elizabeth, Binger, Okla, R
F D No. 2 se 35 2s 14, $1615.
Goetzl, Herman, Elgin, Okla, Its 3 4
6 1-2 nw 4 2s 13, $1575.
Giroux, Sarah. Tonkawa, Okla, nt 35
3s 14, $1350.
Hoe ley, Thos J, Franklin, Mo, sw 10
2s 14, $1733.
Hole Franklin J, Mt. Clemans, Mich,
nw 14 2s 11 ti 450.
Holloman, Harvey A Greenville, Tx
R F D 2 sw 34, 2s 16, $2101.05.
Hunter, Horace V, Versailles, M0, R
F D 1, ne 33 2s 14, $1500.
se 20 4s 15,11251.
Partridge, William .1, Munday, T«xa*
e 16 4s 11,$2240.
Pope, John, Nixa, Mo, L 1 and ■>
s li2 ne 4 3s 15, $2400.
Plunkett, Honry T, Hasttngs, Ok sw
1 3s 13, $960.
Ryan. Walter, Guthrie, Ok, 101? Har
rlson.se 5 2s 15, $1620.
Randal, Gilbert, M, Liiinis, Mo, 1,
3 and 4 e li2 sw 7 3s 13, $1528,
Rupe, Cal, Chickasha, I T, R F D !,
sw 33 2s 12, $1600.
Selzer, Edward, Matee, I T, se is
5c 12, $2050.
Stanford, Frederick, frederick Ok,
nw 10 3s 16, $1605.
Sherrod, William H, Marlow, I T, sw
27 2n 8, $2000.
Smart, William O, Belliefortj Ark, u
21 2s 16, $1680.
Slaughter, Charles, Wa.t!ta, Okla, nw
35 2s 14 $1430.
Smart, Jaoob, Bellefort, Ark ne 21,
2n 16, $1680.
Smith, John B, Marshall, Ok, sw 21
2n 5, $2D00.
Saunders, William N„ sw 27 5n 19,
Smith, Ralph B Norman Okla, sw 5
5n 10, $1280.
Toby, William H, Faxon, Okla, nw 2
4s 13, $1610.
Trotter, R T, Lawton, Okla, 902 N
Boundary, se 27 3s lt>, $2005.
Thompson, James C Rush Springs, I
T, se 28 2s 15, $1203.
Thomas, William E, Komalty, Okla,
nw 16 5n 19, $875.
Yenable, Archie H, Geronimo, Okla,
ne 20 Is 12,$1750.
Webb, Jam, s E Faxon, Okla, Its 1
2 s 1-2 ne 6 2s 13, $1625.25.
Wygle, Albert C, Reece, Kan, sw
15 5n 19, $2015.
Wilson, John H Sedan Ivan, se 36
4s 11, $2160.
BIDDERS TO FILE MOH 23.
Hopkins, Luvenia, Cement, Ok, R F 23 3s 14, $2000.
Amason, L P, Charlie Tex, ne 31 4s
Biggers, Thomas E, Chickasha, I T,
5sc 14, 2n 8, $1100.
Iletts George W, Manitou, Okla, nw
se 14 2n 8, $1505.
Batch, J T, Mitter, Tex, ne 23 3s 15.
Barrlckman, Edward L, Hobart, Ok
Flit* 3 4 e 1-2 sw 31 3s 14. $1350.
Hynum, Sh. In J, Manitou, Okla, t-w
16 3s 16, $1480.
Clark, W T Gibbon, Okla Its 1 2 e
1-2 ne 7 3s 13, $1280.
Clift, Jay G, Columbia, Mo, ne 10 4s
Coldren, Jolrn W, Ochalota, I T nw
15 Is 13 $1500.
Crouch, James H, Tuttle,, I T, ne 34
3s 13, $1215.40.
Chrismon, Arthur L Walter, OUIa, s
w 23 2s 16, $1760.
Cu ■ ingham, Burrel, Davidson, Okla
Its '• 1 a G SSC 6 5s 15 $1000.
Duncan, James E, Chico, Tex, Its 1
2 e 1-2 nw 19 3s 14, $1613.09.
Duncan, William, Duncan, I T its 3 *
4 5 se 1-4 nw 6 In 8, $2008.
Dyer, Robert D,' Waurika, Ok, so 17
Is 12, R F D No 3. $1600.
Downing, Israel J, lebanon, Ind
Cr Harlan & Reaves, se 27 3s 13,$1600.
Ezeill Thomas, Hastings,,, Okla, ne 28
3s M, RF'Dlb 31, $1200.
Eilam, Honry T Ixme Wolf Ok, sw
23 2s 14 $2000.
Foster, Allen C, Birmingham, Ala
ne 13 4s 12, $1600.
Foster, Nora A Ft Cobb Okla, R F
I) 1 Its 3 4 e 1-2 sw 31 2u 8, $3000.
Foster, Chas V, Moore, Ok sw 25 2s
Gregory Francis G Elmwood, 111
ne 32 2s 12, $1313.13.
Greear, William F, Mountain Park
Okla, Be 8 2s 16, $1500.
(losnell, Eva A Frederick, Okla, sw
111 -Is 14, $2500.
Grovor, Edward, Ara, I T se 12 Is
Graves, Seaton E, LaLoup, Kan, sw
D 1, ne 17 2s 15, $1280.
Hookss, Robert T, Iowa Park, Tex
nw 23 4s 14. $1975.
Howe, William M, Lawton, Ok, 509
B Ave, ne 27 Is 12. $1257.
Hewett, William J, Temple, Ok, sw
4 3s IS." $1500,
Hunter, Alfred L, Lawton, Ok, sw
29 3s 13, $1250
I He, Christian, 3terling, Ok, sw 1
3s 15, $1750.
Jones J D, Springtown. Tex, ne 34
2s 15, $1120.
Jordan, Lee F, nw 34 5s 12, $876.
Jones, George R, Comanche*, I T
26 2n 8, $2289.43.
Janed, Ralph, Kiel, Ok, se 22 3s 16 $
Ijowrance, David M, St. Lou's, Mo,
3311 Morgan St, ne 28 3s 14, $1900.
liandrs, Oliver S, Billings, Ok 8"
2? 4s 14, $1800.10.
Lester, Oscar B, Faxon, Ok nw in
3s 13, $1850.
Myers, James H, Apache, Ok, n 1-2
se 1-4, se 1-4 an 1-4 22 3s 14 $1500.
MahafPey, Andrew L, Weatherford,
Ok, R F D 3, nw 4 3s 15. $1500.
McKlnnls, Guy, P Frederick Ok 6
LI and 2 c 1^2 nw 30 2s 15, $1780.
McGuire, Shirley M, Ardmore. I T,
sw 16 2s 16, $1935 35.
Neumeyer, G H, Hydre, 0k. ne 30 4s
Newell, William ,H, Prague, Ok, R F
D 1. Ue 16 3s 13, $1385.
Nabors, Henry R J, Frrederlck, Ok,
Gravel Willie, Billings, Okla, nw 29
4s 11 R F D 3. $2465.
Gold, Henry C, Welch Okla, nw 17
3s 16 R F D 1, $1610.
Glldewell, Charles H, Mineral Wells
Tex nw 27 3s 13, $1760.
Hansen, Minnie, St Joseph Mo, Cr
Kelster Tailoring College, 8 th and
Edmond, ne 30 5n 18, $2005.
Hampton, Elbert C, Waurika, Okla
L 3 and 4 s 1-2 nw 3 5s 12, $2500.
Hudson, Archie E, Fredonla, Kansas
ne 22 5s 12, $2001.
Barter, Benjamin C, Snyder, Okla, n
e 7 3s !3, $1650.
Hlnkle, Harvey D, Olive Hill, Tenn
ne 20 3s 13. $2155.55.
Hayes, Mollie, Carnegie, Okla, R F
2, hex 13, sw 19, 3s 15. $1600.
Hatcher, Ellas, Temple, Okla, n 1-2
se 1-4 se 1-4 se 1-4 24 and L 1 Sac
5s 13. $1500.
Hill, Mary I., Olathe, Kans. nw 31 3
s 15, $3205.
Hies Oustiiv, lexington, Okla, sw $
.Is 14. $1750
Junes, Frank M, Apache, Okla, se
33 c's 16, $1990.
Kriza, Frank Grays Lake, 111 •«
20 28 12, $2510.
Liasser, Christ 1., Chattanooga, Okl
■ > s 14, $1400.
'' inear. E J Canway Springs, Kana
: 2s 14 $1601.
Kinder, Edward F, Manitou, Okla, a
2 2s 16, $1605.
Klmbrough, Joa G, Mounds, I T sir
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Williams, J. Roy. The Lawton Constitution. (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1907, newspaper, February 21, 1907; Lawton, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc118065/m1/4/: accessed January 27, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.