The Lawton Constitution. (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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Lawton is the Greatest City in the World of its age and it is Growing at a Splendid Rate
The Lawton constitution.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF COMANCHE COUNTY AND OF THE PEOPL'-
LAWTON, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28. l.>07
ORIENT DAM SITE
CONDITION A i
From Tuesday's Dally Conatltutum.
The city ouncl actid with tv mark-
abla rapidly Inst night at an adj Aim-
ed session, t'3'.d closed up, upon tlM^sp-
ur of tin* moment a proposition bef-
ore thj i t u rns of th • same wt r • allow-
medicine hhi^my"d™ic fmndsbidders to file)
„ I g, v ;li years ago while running to ut HITV CUT VI\\l
E. S. Warner und Miss Gea-trud
Butler w re'quietly married at the new
home of th? bride's parents, Mr. and I
Mrs. O. f. M. i.utlor, hi Muskog e, I
T. Wedn sday, February 20 th.
Pink and white w is th • wedding col-1
or scheme of th" home. The hi id
gowned 1 i ft pink and white ci en dre-
ss, with r .11 lace and carried bridrs
roses. The mother, M<8. litt ler, was
dressed in a cream silk. Mies Helm
l At th" s
: of th. • cot
• a number
jgestVm of several member
c.l, M-iyor Jones seat ou'
,f t,-l pr ints to officio's in | themaelvfs died <"
. di ailing the urgency of «' Saturday ndgh
.il years ago while running to
fier' < >1 E strict ov Cuntniings' furn-
iture store, 1 over exerted mys. if and
dilii'ed some putt of my he;«rt struct-
j uro. For it loag i mo I was in a crlt-
dlteii. Am much bet er now
week to all my friends, s>
hoy will r ad ' ■ is aJtd consldo
■r b fo e
date set for
BIDDERS TO FILE MARCH -7
M, lawton, Ok nw 241
action on th.? water supply.
ed to grow stole with age.
Tha canseqiufltce of
, I qu
I Robb, of Wichita, wus bi d stna'.d, and j,
til s action, br-i Charles Reed, of Muskog ee, batman. Uw
iefly stilted, glvi* the city the -privilesf The out-of-town guests wen, Mrs. | ^
of constructing a dam on th* norUi-|Robb and MlssJRobb, of Wichita, }r(>d yMJterd.,y am explanatory:
west quarter of section 18 an 12 and' **. Mrs. W. R t reeman. of Denver | WaA-i,gton, D. C., Feb. 26,15(07
i • th .t tpi/'t for ti r. u- and Hon. Hon. Wm. Grtai*:s, unci.) of|
using as much that tract ror a i.u i
ervoir and lake as may be necAsarythe bride of GtUUrie
for its purposes Th grantors retain] Alter tha wedd.ng, Mr. and Mrs. Wa
the ,right of using as much of the wa-1 ■'<" r ueparted for California to
tar from th- lak, as may be dcwe.l; a low weeks They wil be at bom.
for damestic pur pi' s. the toh'mg and alto- April 1st, at Muskogee.
boating privilege, the rtglit to use tHr- The extracting parties are both
boating im 4, , known in this city, Mr. Warner
waste overflow f. m tne aam i«w|
power, ami the privilege to construct a h iving ber.i connected w th the CM
I <inn Unitii / ? i jiwtAfi nut I ii numbc
roadway ov-ir the dam.
This quart/re suction lies be' w — -
mountains and just north of the mil- j internet and secured a controlling
itary r s-rve. about tw ,lve miles from | terwt in the Iowa 1/ian attd Trust Co.,
Swton It Is «aid to be na„:-lly ,njo( Muskogee. He -rotary of Or.
excellent dam amd basdn at? utd the company. Mr. Butler is aUo cxt ns
draina-e water .supply at such a loco-lively Interested in this company.
,:on J, say nothing of the numerous Miss Ibltler was born m IXaiver. Col
smtai more than Htf Novemter 2, 1880, attended the music
sp.lngs, -s esu ,0hool of Miss Wilcott in th-t city and
tor th,0r-!h,«- stud .d voca.l music in Ch^o
Uut 'railway and affiliated interests, Mr. Warrer wa, formerly of Davenport
d to give the city a wait t/>l Iowa.
i loses. Th t thiy can till vot(
tnof this city and u t g lug tlv «• « l"" e,(X!tlon lMl Uk
)f th^ $tiu.000 of hiwum fu^d- 7,11 March. i ^p' .
i i.i d tif Heck Thomas,
d< pairtin oiL is hold- - " UI *' '
... . t'andldnte for City Haraoal.
Tho following meaeaccH T ™
ljongtton, Thomas H. Uailloway M
K R 1 se 21 3s 12, I20S1.
Llnkuutl, I/'tts O. Ft - deriok, Okl
nw 14 2s 16, $200tl.
Maun, W H aiti F, Independence, Mo
BW 28 3s 12, $2100
Matlock, Barbara C, Denton, Texas
ne 18 2s 1«, $2026.
Mitlo k. Maud, D nton, Texas, s\
17 2s It'., $2030.
Manning, Fiank L, Hobart, Okla. kw
its 13, $1500.
Martin, Sttsitn II, Waurika, Okla, u
IS Gs 12. $1665.
Mounts, T S Bristow, I T, ne 31 4a
Rock Island Oificials Coming
Hon. R. A. Jones, Mayor .Lawton, Ok. i
Report of Engineer Gordon consider I From Tueiday s Daily constitution.
ed in deiajil of all reputed sources ofi Word wan received in the city this
water supply, and reject th.'in till ,-x afternoon that Brosid ait II. L VMnch-
ceiit Medicine creek., wiilch can only] eli, of Rock Island system and par-
be reached by crossing tha VWt Bill ty of offkiials will arriv® hole in the
military reservat ion, put mission to president's car at 10:30 tonight and ns
make survey across which wus reque -| maim until 10 o'clock tomowvw. Hi
1 txl of th - war department oai July 17, significance of this vis t tuts not been
|«ms Bank of Lawton, nnt.il ti number! ^ octolxu- 27th, last. On Novcmivir. 1( llu(1
two| of yearB ago, wh at he diaposetl of his ^ dolMl,.tmcll1 udvistd it would An m,mbors or the Chamber of Cum
mil-1 inten-s! and secured a controlling in- ^ lncon;)!8tent to grant such p.nnis-1 n, ,,.e nn. ask.<l to meet at 8 o'clock
non ' ■ advance of reports from loiiil, tonight to u.rraina'i mme form of iinter
mil tat I'livmis, wiiLih >l wits said talnment for lit diBtimgiuMi d vis
13s 14. $2000. |
Barns, Axt«l R. Snyder, Ok'a, R It ,
(2 b 40 nw 34 2s 15, $1250.
Itnwlfield, Janus Y, Walter, Okla, 11M5 $1^75.
W 24 2s 12, $1575.55. 1 Miller, William T. Cowt4a. 1 T, sw
Bolt, Benjamin, ?t l/'trs Mo. 3421 -17 3s 12. $1570
Jefferson Ave, a- 22 4« V $2139 20. j McCllllough, Sie.theti fci Fnedarick, O
Brown, Thomas J, L ttdn y, 1 'I Itsjsw 34 4s 15, $2001.
1 2 e 1-2 nw 31 3s 13. $1884.45. | McDan el, James, Davldsov Okla
Blakeley, Hugh M, IHn Moines, la !nw 7 3s 16. $1360.50.
Its 1 2 s 1-2 11^ 1 2s 12 $1608. McLain. William C., Haxelton, Kan.
would require approx.maU'ly six Wi. k
I have U>day forwarded copy of your
telegram to war department and usk,-
ed that report be called l'or from m<l-
, ury anlhoriitiirs at F«vt SHI W;vihM. „v,h. 26-Th
' posc,|,|i'- "l!h j'bv d' ul <>r m sttnti '.rstandiatg
, . utilize every dollar rpp-jpriatm i
.ipulation that ti. j
tius tract, with th?
city execute a quit claim d<id U< til
th! surplus land not required for its
purposes back to the grantot. lb
consid ration which Mr Thomas . x-
plaimcd a;) necessary to ti cont.rart, iS|jUa pa,id per acre was $10.51. rue io-
$25 000. This gran is accompamied by: u,i amount received for th land w -
•1" contract hawvc- which providi s, J4.015.7S5.25. The number of acres sch
. ,, 'td: 'ti or payment or this I edul d for s:-l-> was 396,139. Thare we. •
m"as 'f v'l 'Ws: If w'thlri five years! 14 ;li3 ;i,.,A S ivouaiJiing unsold, and tin-
ti, ■ city cOiDstiuots the dant, the con-]
s deration wil! b- fulfill, d w thout fu:-
tlK, payment, or tt • c.ity at that time
or at anv t me may relinquish «J>e
K. ani without <• 'is cost by execut-
ii a <iu cla 111 do d
V, Thorn s had pr ipared a res 1
for s cur.ut;
D le'.tiiply to til? city of Lawton, but t'Sj
Pasture Brought $4,015,785 „nly "„ne poitree W s to he ava.-'
- ! able and that under control ol thew.
Final calculations on the sal . of the ,i..|>;Lrtjiient. you will se? that, this d
big pasture show that the avomge pr-| p „rUll,.n,t's spliet e of action is uhA m-
d. E. A. HOtchoock.
Secretary of lnte.i iirt'.
Washington, I). C., Felt. 25, '07.
: \. Jones, l.'.wtm, Oklahoma.
1 ant in receipt of your f leg.rani
U'day. Will 'all it to tha att
th oh ? who ha via th" u
l>., ... f'h.uns w. Fa.in'b'inks.
]>( sition, rep;
tracts will 1>? of ft utod agiiiii
Married At Strother Hotel
Yesterday afte-.UKxan at the Strotliei
I:,. I, Justice S. A. Hcind lcks, < i 1'' -
r:'on, united in the holy bonds of ma.
, mon.v. Jno. W. 8oim?lls, or ("lia. a
o..ga, and Miss Katio Rog'-rs. of 111-
n . s.' TI y will make ill: i.' h nil • a
Weber & Fields' Hoity Toit\
e iB a good
cine rn it^
the s liwiis paid United Btatre m.u-
shals and attorneys. This fs brought
out by the bill introduced by Sonator
l ng. to readjust transfer of court rec
n'ds in the new state of Oklahoma,
v. a eli amomg other things provides
that ti' sal iri<s of marshals and attor
mys sit'.II be $5,000 ouch. Th« (com
nu at of nearly everyone, Including let
a la,to s wiaS that tli-re was a gejterftl
slatus. fiX'tig .!■'* sale s of s • « t-
ficers a.t $5,010. TI is is n . t'l . .<.
Th. .'t s ilai y v e f dill $3000 ' $601(0
.ter in|to viuious slatea und d Is ol Uw
country, in Kansas, the -torney 11
J. Bone, receives $4,500 t -r annum;
I the marshal, W. H. Mack >y, Jr.. W.000
Blyholder, WUlfcun A Kansas City.
Mo, 3308 Lexington, Ave. sw 16 5u 9
Bush well, Fr< ti A Brook Weld, Mo. It
It 5 ne21 2 15, $1350.
Bushey, F. M lAWtim Okla, R R ■<
nw 24 Is 12, $1*10.
Burt, Ollle N. Frrdjrick, Okla lie
4s 14. $2816. ,
Copeland, Richard C, Ashur Okla. It
It 3 BW 13 2s 12, $1300
Ctrfield, Richard V, Uiwtoii Oklu, s
33 4s 11. $1850.
Choaoweth, John A. Mtus. Okla i-w
32 2s 14. $1675.
Cuddy, IJ'ltoy L. Lawton, Okla nw
24 4s 12, $1026.
(V,..k. Menet via, A. iHlllshoro, Okla,
sw 13 2-t 15. $1280.
Cox, James T, Comanche 1 1 b /
se 31 4s 16, $1000.
cvmloy, Chnrky C. Fr duak, Oka.
sw 2 4s 15. $1601.
Coi „forth, Charley W, Waterloo, Ok
se 26 Is 12, $901. _
Cameron, Richard H. Ftv.land, T> x.
n,9 18 3s Ji2, $1205.55.
C mi. William H, Davidson, Okla, b
2 4s 16, $1706.
CarlEon, Carl T. HI 1'aso, Tex, t*
,, c Ha, r. Box 723. nw 8 2s 15. *96
C..nada,M arshall L, Fred r<k Okla
se 13 2s 15, $1250.
i, Jofut Coyle. Okla, its 1 2
d tif ►
ig the mayor to appolmt
to mvestigaitie his 1""°-
irt back to the council ilttr
,n. Th resolution wa«
i sliort d scussi/m. tV.-
it committee npponted,
. ;.- kin, and th" matter,
u ,,-v. wiiiich had be-« pre-
d by Mr. Thomas, w«s 1 -it upon "
first, rending, an em i
J rules susp eaded, and
ahcc placed upon its 1 nal 1> ^ to n<)t.ifv contracting to place . •-
seVeu meo.be s present voting ay- ^ ^ ^ s.;(lrw:Uks on grade, wh-re some. auUril, chorus ^ that
Whn the questi 11 . hl of been constructed on an imp.opei morU1 in!^sts <m havJig after
to the probability o -n g,ade. On motion of Norman, -re u'j chaltw)teristically American rush dtt
way for a pipe toe across tha J w,re lrrd;rPd at the corner of 8th ^ almi6h'.y dollar.
restM vat-ion, Mr. Thomas ptune<l ^ ^ 3rd ^ G streets. A j ^
tha'. the pll>e hne cou'd 00 * ' commi ttee consisting of Boyle, Stuart j
Orient right of way if naeewwir Normnm, was appointed to take!
lt wa8 developed that the 0rt£ ^ -J
all way will Probably locate a m ^
IW at this placo .und ^ ^ ^ Uiw =
bjaction *vas raised on the 1- fuuds yal due the city. Action Indian Terri-torian by choice, having
overcome uy me ..
In M ssetu-i, both western and eastern! 1-2 nw 31 3s 16, $2000.
et'omcys receive $4,500 end' l'lv, sol . J<*'fh C. Elk l->
e in:"'-1! 'Js $4,000 I sw 27 3s 14. $1600.
i In th; te iltory of Oklahoma both |
Kschl r, Gottlieb Highland, 111 lis 1
' W.'lum & Fields m'i vtillottsly beau
Itiful production of "Holly Tonty, m .- • • —-I t) + j, |21(,o
-,v 1„. el, conies to the opera house. ,Mn.„ | attotin > and marsha rei, ve $5,000. In | 2 1-- oh)
1st direct from a run of one solid yea.-; Ind.iun territory both off.oers recede ,« *non .Mm C,
.. Broadway, <• on a fatvtwcll tour of $4,000 each.. Hut b.«a*or Lo. S would 33 4s R Carm<m. 0kla. s-
the country. The lovers of musical coil fix the compen.ati-on at $5,000 eiicli iti
From Tuesaay'f Dally Constitution.
Several matters of routine hi. i- si
( V de- came before the coune 1 al an adjourn
"ordin- eil meeting last, night and war- dw-
tlj« posed of. The city clerk w
edy esid burleeque of a high order, are
;n a jolly good time, rs "Hoity Toi y'
the most popular of all Webar & Field
Til .-.ii y suece.-ses, is just tin eo'.ig'oni-
maration of hilarious but refined com-
edy, whiff' music, gon-sw.tr -'S-
tuma . . .cturesque scent i y and U'-
I 3 3s 13, $1808.
Hastings. Okla, nw
latter of his first l-sport to th •!
with the receiver of tlv > j
ljawUui. in order to r : -*'i"
Hon. Robert L. Owen
The subject of this skctch >s a Vir-
ginian and democrat by birth and i-.n
the d'Striot of 'he n.-w stat
Kicked In The Head
From Tuesday'« Dally Constitution.
Delhi rt Wall suffered a v r> pain-
ful wound ftxini a kick :n the head
Sunday aft noon. Mr. and Mrs. Wall
■were driving in the Heal addition, Uk
horso had b «n driven but a few t;mes
became I Tightened, a.nd iK-gan k,eking.
Both the occupants sprang from the)
buggy and .Mr. Wall was dragged f ji5sJ2^ 17V Kal,
a short distance and kick d bj tit uo , ^
I 16 5s 12. $1657.50
I Gimple, C E Sumner. T* x, ne 10 4s
I 13, $1500.
Gam mill, William C, Weatherford
Texas, R R 4 3 27 4s 13, $2525.
Gil'1 dei-son. Colonel. Bancroft, Neb s
w 25 2s 14, $1274.
Graham, Hubert J, Cache Okla, se
1 34 3s 14, $1535.
Gravel, Amos, Billings, Okla, ne> 12
horse. Mr. Wall is a new comer in
Lawton, und a member of the lirm of
11 j Wall Bros, bus and baggage line.
■tndtatiion. This was
•his was overcome by tne w';^"(.0,1KUUrt.,'.d upon th,e completion or b?eu a ,-esiden.t aind an active workm
i ,ct that the town would have to ' ' 3ldcw;llkK. A request from ta lt8 political, religious and flnanci'l
dam and that iiMfc-
locatcd 'below the dant and tnat i judge Armstrong to be allowed
much as the same supply would be lua* ^ ^ k a ^
affail's for yoars. As a democrat, he
has served the party in many ways;
To Pasteurize Milk
New York, Fel). 26.—Ow'ng to the
great infant mortality in thia city the
lkmrd of Ald rma.n today pawed iu
iisod by the local residents, their m- two which throatenad to as ;ui organizer in time of need, as an
terast in keeping the water tea. K>m ^ walter on his properly, «^|.xlUor in time of edueaU<mal wants, m , prohiblting thP BaJe of milk
,ion would h3 ideotxal with ^ ^ u<? c nter of a project- a dolegate in national conyenttos lo;, ^ ^^ teurteed. It is also pro
■ d street, was refoiTod to the street | „king after the interests or Oklahoma, unites ^
the city's desire
Civil Service Examination
and alley committee.
New Route To Klondike
An examination for position of clerk
i male or female) and carrier '
he held at the postoffU* in UUs
city on March 9Ui, 1907. llave notified the Canadian govanntmeia
For aplicatlon blanks, ana io „„„wi make aDPlicaUon at
Boston, Miss, Feb. 27.—Hierary Blitis
und Louis Anerback, both of this ciil.y
ft ti on blanks, and or ^ wou]d make application at
ti | vhdod in the ordmanoe that <if the milk
and the Indian territory. He ~ a jd ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ pafi_
membjr of the democratte eongrc^..-. ^ n -s insUst,d tUut tUo bot-
al campaign and democratic national | ^ ^ ^ ^ un<j.:(r lh,a Buparv.
committee committee. In the counsels, ^pectors of the hralthd
, the party he sUunds high and PUlat ^ bottles must
•■/or tho ]>eoplei of the two territories partment, anu
« ..nt anything done tl^y call on Bob I be a^led by the tnspocton^
And he asver falls to go for 1 4
Town On Wheels
Mr. and Mrs. John r. Seaman enter-
tained at six o'clock dlnn«r last Fri-
day evening at their home, 907 b Ave.
The affair was oomplinxtttary of Mrs.
seq mama' sin tear, Mrs. Hoed, of IlVlnois
—■ sr sis :
i'ostoftlce, City. the way of Yukon riv«r ▼p-1'0*. >e> i llkod>mo,e epnreciaUve laid mor
have already secured a provisional ch- j mo« U*a; o P. ^ ^ ^
rirt... fnr a line from Vancouver to the. ucservmg o 5 c
th boundary of the province, kn- Qf him Ulan he. The next six yea s d0conatj'ons w«iro sweat p.as
— 1 tar 1 j rs b? Columbia Northern will be the most UnporUnt In the n fav(),.g wl?re violet8.
j t .McClanahan, a prominent dr- own as the BriUsb co^u , q, our stata k is in those yearn
j:ie o Manitou, who is in attend- and Ala8ka r«id ^ > that tue grandest part of a nation is
2T« the district court, says sib- ted to ^0^'made. it is to our country's Inter-
^ ^.a town - wheels.^ the
reports houses being moved ev ,:ry_daj
a,nil Manitou gives promise of making
one of the b st towns hereabout.
A Good Fellow
The Russian Famine
9t Petersburg, Feb. 26—Agricultur-
ist that we send men there who will
see to lt that we get the things that ^ _
Itlftke us great. In the past years it a] statistics published today 6ho
mattered not what Hue Indian r.toiy, ,i,at thr b ajisons grain crop has fal-
— , wanted It always sent r L Owen aft t ],,n ^hort by 662,000,000 bushels im thr
Bob Deno'i, 1 ui rly of Wlohilai It. Tho dovolopnwnt of tiie c.wteni | northwest*™ provinoes. The f.tm'iie 1s
K uisas was a member of the Rock Is- part of oar state, Its great 1 . i's b conning very acute, no'.w "m o.nd ng
land party in the city today. Five ye- jji.tot Industries and Its ra- il t.tlvance-j the aoUon of the governm n in s, nd-
. . .... 11 .... , i^w, /i ./.ii !>. monin ..,... t .i t h.? fiitit lilt- iiiii? KMiiiili.is. It is stated th at the
Iu-' L'ue, ilia,
bankrupt of I
I k" am-'itM (.'•
; obably follow.
lane party m — •
i imss Mercantile .Co are ago Bob had a small railroad Job it! meats ore due to th? fact
■ and .1 Forgotsou Wichita, and is "t ug as s.cre- shtcss m«i are "stole P..
"w f f' -e„ per emt tary to prw . .' ..-mc'll of thi roc theo- know who to setd to
'red n fivor of Island spstem. mr d nais is capable ings for them. And today,
,,1,'r d"v dcndR of k and efficient, an excellent company are a territory, through m
n mi ng less will and altogether a thoroughly good fel- fluence, personality and al,
j()w swured us much.—^hobart i
sw 14 2n 8, $2130.71.
Howard, ticorm P, Wagoner, I T te
24 3s 14. $1616.65.
Hatfield, Joseph F, Durwood. 1 %
ne 9 4s 15. $2008.
Hutchison, Willie L, Alvarado, Tex
Its 3 4 e 1-2 sw 7 3s 16, $1290.
Hamilton, Martin K, Lone Wolf, Ok
its 1 2 s 1-2 'a? 1 5n 19, $1110.67
Hancock, Willard F, Sedan, Ktui, se
26 3s 16. $1600.
j Houston, I trice E Clebourne, TYx sw
' 26 4s 14. $.16 IS.
Hudson, William H, Winfield, Kan,
ne 9 4s 12, $2560.
Haynes, William H, Lawton, Okla
sw 23 is 12, $1100.
Harrington, James E, 1-athrop, Mo
sw 1 4s 15, $2416.
Hill, Jesse L, Lowell, Ind, sw 29 2s
Hart, Lillio D, Lawton, Okla, 102
2nd stroet, ne 34 2s 14, $1060.
Hooker, Burr, Temple, Okia, sw 12
3s 12, $1765. _
Jones, Johonna, Lawton, Okla, .0
D, Ave, sw 10 3s 13, $1624.
Jackson, Albert h, Frederick, Okla,
ne 20 3s 15, $1207.
Jewell, Merritt, L, Hartner, Kan,
nw 24 3s 13, $1465.
Koons. Samuel A Temple, Okla, se
7 5s 12, $1875.
Klttorman, Fred R, Lawton, Okla
nw 15 3p 15, $1443.
K'jessllng, John C, Comanche, 1 1 n
1-2 nw 25 4s 15, $425.
Kilpatrlck, James E, Juncttou City,
Okla, nw 23 Is 12, $1200.25.
p Landers. Francis M, Hunter, Okla,
the! R H l bw 24, 4s 14, $2251.
thiol Lorensen, Theodore, El Reao, Okla
nw 17 2s 15, $960
Mct'aslln, Joe R, Davidson, Okla, uwr
35 4s lii, $1000.
McTaggurt, Alexander, Carmen, Okl
Its 3 4s 1-2 nw 2 3s 13, $1325.
Naylor, John K. Lawton, Okla, It
It ti, ne l!> 3s 15. $1425.
Norv.U. Sam C uw 8 In S, Bradley,
I T $3200.
Oak I y, Laitmie, J. Ringgold, Tex.lt
6 7 e 1-2 sw 6 3s 12. $1600.
PI.ftrce, John, Fox, 1 T, Its 3 4 s 1-
i; nw 5 2s 13, $1336.
Phillips, James M. Wichita Falls,
Tex. b 116, se 27'4s 13, $3200.
l'.erc.". Maty M. Comanche, I T ,R
It I ne 27 2n 8, $2650.
Pickett Robert E, Ashton, Ka.n, nw
34 Is 12. $1145.
Honk, Ora E. Walter. Okla. se 5 3s
i 6. $1610 85.
Ranch, Frink J, Chicago, III, No
11332 t!i- 11 street, sw 28 IB 12. $1090.
Roberts, G orge, H. Jamesport, Mo
t^w 9 Is 12, $1575.
Riddle, Holla, G, I«iwUm Okla, sw
33 2s 14. $1363.
Runkte. Alplicus M. l^awton, Okla.lt
S3 4 e 1 -2 sw 30 3? 14. $1207.
Robbiits, Charlet M, Ctivmon Okl
sw 9 3s 13, $1048.
Sailers, Jennet to C, Geronimo, Ok
j R R 2 se 10 3s 13. $1600.
| Smith, James fcl. Lawton, Ok nw 3.t
2s 12, $1501.
| Suji NO. 1 .tith.; M. Ringold, Tex
nw 20 -Is 16, $2i."i0.
Shaw Janus W Histings, Okla nw
32 4s 11, $2160.
SpntiRl' r, W. Iliant O. L-wtoh, Okla,
1 2 e 1 2 nw 30 3s It',. $1200.
,w A! ->-. eli r II, Walttr, Oiila. ne
14 3s 14, $2001.25.
Th n iter I'l'irior L Anadarko Okla It
R -o 2S 3s If, $1128.
'1 nipsor, Foster S. llt-nrielta, lex
R R 1 i-e 19 4s 11 $1600.
Taylor, David P, l'nigue, Okla, bw
3(i 4s 12, $1660.
IV . Ralph C, Norman Okla, sw fi
2s 14, $1307.22.
Thorburn, Gcorgo W, Thorn I jar ry
Ti XSJI, sw 26 4s 12, $2114.
Wright, L muel, Knoxville, la, n
14 2s 14. $1400.
W; ,11, Edw ard L, V.mtia, Tex, Its
3 4 s 1-2 nw 4 4s 14. $2295.
Woodruff, Ltiman C Walter, Okla. s
14 .is 12, $2560.
BIDDERS TO file march 2s.
'is bti- tog supplies. It Is stated that
' t' nd meagre- quantlWes doled out to
\ t a th pnaflehts l« wholly i^istifCUq. -t f.irlho-! o 7 2s 13, $1600.
.eli -vejlr 'ie"d-. "terchalits here a d n Od- s 1 • Lor .nsnu, John, El Rono, Okl, bfO«
1 aire ni u 'tg atrnnj m'-ir i for 11>« 19 3s 12, $1500
Agnew, Ralph D, Douglass, K-jji, se
22 2s 14. $1125.
i ta w 11, Albert, Oklahoma City, lock
B J, Its 1 2 s 1-2 ne 1 4s 15, $1325.
• Briggs, At'S 1 C, Davidson, Oklu, so
9 4s 16, $1550.
Bailey, Corge, W Wichita Falls, Te
He 20 4s 16, $2157.80.
Bruner, William W, lawton, Okla,
lie 10 5.1 13, $1800.
Briggs, Isaac, Atoka, 1 t r 1 2 8 1-2
lie 6 3s 16, $1501.
Britton, Orval l, Aline, Ok se 20 Is
BarUett, John a Cement, Okla, se ti
5tl 9 $2241.60.
Bordeaux j a Oktaha, 1 T, nw 1#
2s 13, $1500.
Best, Theodore s, Brok,n Arrow
T, nw 2b 4s 12, $7376.
il -istoe, lohn W, Exetor, Mo, ne *,
as 15, $1650
Click, Omer D, Eldorado, Okla, sw
11 2s 15, 1-163.
Coursey, Randolph D Chattanooga
O'.la, nw 20 3s 14, $1700.
Chr:3ti£)n, Henry C, Duncan, I T sw
21 4s 12, $2000.
Cudd- b.wtk, William C, Chattanooga,
Okl-i., sw 15 2s 15. $1437.50.
Curty, ^ las j, Lawton, Okla, $3
2s 12 $1450.
1 > nip.on. Noraih, Walter Okla, nw
13 3.'i 14, $1620.10.
t o k, WUllie R, Decatur, Tex, ee 16
4s ' $2250.
CI irk, Robert., Charley t. x Its 1 23
w 1 1NW 21 5s 12, $790.
Coekr-hem, Henry n. m mphls, t,-n
-u Hire in . ai-inuis-nt' >■ • . - i 1:5 11 ' T te, ,4i,
rtouts of t- tin from tit" UnM I 8t«tes| L w s, Rslnh B. Anadarko, Okla, ne nw 16 -4 16, $lb4h.40.
26 2s 14, $1600.
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