The Claremore Progress. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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SATUHDAY. UKC. 2. I8W.
a. H. TIME TABLES.
MO. PAC.-C.AA. V.UV.
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a. w. Patbici, A|hi.
M. LmIs iad ku Praartaoo Kmilrocd.
antra .« Hi. Lmu. TI* a. wbrr>- ill
• ■ mult fur all unu ix.rtb.
. 1 la the
— .y.m la tb« w.irM. no. latta our-
raapaadlm ttata waat h-.uod au4 haa tkeaaao
•hrw^jboaraarvio.aa Su. an la the oypcnit.
_w !'7 y**rtt your patrxiaar botl
1. w. i ■
Baggies at Barrett *.
Bargains at Barrett's
Bee the lap robea at Barrett'*.
Kine atationery at the Racket.
Oat yoor pencil, at the Racket.
Wilt Hale spent Tuesday in Oolagah.
Kline wfll pay yon caah Tor yonr pro-
Freak oyster* aerved at the city ree-
Tha Wagoner coort adjourned Wed
Remember the price* at the Racket
when yon at* trading.
Councillor Ellis Baton (pent thank*
firing with home folk*.
Kline will pay yon the higheat price
toe yoor produce in ca*b.
A. A. Beasy and Miaa Blanch Headen,
apaat Tuesday ia Oolagah.
'• D- Co* waa at Wagoner Tueaday
looking after legal bnsinea*.
Mr. and Mr. J. C. Barrett entertain
ad home folk* at Thanlnglving dinner.
Prof. W. J. Smith, the well known
piano tnrner, waa In tha city yevterday
Wanted—1000 bushel* of corn. Will
pay market price. J. F. Flippin. Clare
Freeh and aalt meat*, bread, cake*
and piaa at On. Kline s. Allton'* old
A. L. McDaniel waa down to Webber
Falla yesterday looking after boaine**
If yon want any thing in the meat or
baking line call on On* Kline. Allton'
Wanted—50 head of fat bog*. Will
pay highest masket price. J.F. Fllppen,
Misaea Juliette and Bessie Schri msher
spent Th*nk*giring with friends at
Wanted -An experienced woman for
honsework. Enquire at the residence
of John Bullette.
Mrs. W. H. Shank received word
Monday of the death of her oldest
, , brother In Illinois.
Thoa. Donohoo. of Coffeyville, was
the gnest of Miss Gertie Williams tbe
ftrst of tbe week.
Sjrra* Rogers, of Skiatook,spent sev-
eral day* thia week with Mr & Mrs W
M. Hall of oar city.
The Woodmen will hold a special
meeting to-night, which all members
are urged to attend.
Attorney A. M. Callawny and Bock
Hnndley were among the number down
to Wagoner Wednesday.
The home of Mr and Mrs Ii Baker
was enlivened Friday morning by the
arrival of a fine girl baby.
Mr. ft Mr*. J J. Barndollar. of Ccf-
feyvllle, spent Thanksgiving day with
Col ft Mrs. F. A Neilson
Misa Ida Taylor, of Parson*. Kansas,
i* Ibe gnest of her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mr*. H. Baker, of this city.
Senator C. V. Roger* returned from
Tahleqnah Wednesday night being call-
ed home by the Illness of Mrs. Rogers.
C. F. Oodbey bas had bis lawn nicely
cleaned and it is said, be will enterain
his friends at croqnete In tha 8pring
Miss Annie Adsir, who has been visit-
lag Mr. ft Mrs. W. M. Hall returned
horns toOlatbe, Kanaas, Tneaday night
Joe Gibbs. Jr., received his sentence
at Wogoner Tuesday. He was given
eighteen months In the penitentiary and
Ralph Still spent the fore part of the
week with home folks here. Raph now
holds a good position In one of Musko-
Section Foreman Quirk and family,
of Inola, took Thanksgiving dinner
with Mr*. Quirk * parents, Mr. A Mrs.
P. P. Reavis, of onr city.
Mi** Grace Fortner. one of Vinita'*
accomplished young ladies spent tbe
fore part of the week with Mr ft Mr*.
B. H. Thnrman, of our city.
"Uncle" Davy Jones, after hi* long
Illness, is able to be on the street
agsln. •Uncle" Davy ia the oldest
citiien in Claremore, being iu bis 03d
Services the M. E. Church as follows:
Sonday-school at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Public cordially
w Christopher Harriott.
tance north of Iowa, is qaile low with
pneumonia He had juat returned from
an overland trip to New Mexico, and
hla illness i* doubtless the reealt of «a-
pueure on the trip.
Amos Parkinaun. >f Wagoner. Wm.
L Moore.of onr city, and Phil Samuel*,
of Pryor Creek, have been appointed
Jnry commiaaioaera for tbe next term
of court at Wagoner. They were down
yesterday to make out the list
W H Hanson. Prof C. E Wood. A.
E Diefrndorf and C. F. Godby,
party of banter* who camped ont on
the river Wednesday night and spent
Thursday hunting. They tell an inter-
esting story of how they killed the
There ha* been a good interest taken
in the meetiniis at tbe Baptist church
this week Tbe local ministry aud
member* of other churches have been
aiding in the meetings. Announcement
will be made Sunday afternoon for the
continuance of the meetings.
Marshal Bennett returned from Kan-
«a* City Tu«*day where he had been
to examine Louis Colin who ia under
indictment at Muskogee and Wagoner
for selling "mi*t". Cohn is *ick at a
hospital in Kansa* City and the case
will have to go over till tbe next term
Rev W. R King, of St Louis, Sup
erintendent of the American Snnday
School Union in the Southwestern dis-
trict. i* expected to arrive in Claremore
to-day. and will occupy the pulpit at
the Presbyterian church to-morrow,
both morning and evening. Everyone
cordially invited to be preaent.
Tbe Progress last week by a simple
twist of tbe wrist made a very bad error
in Foley'* advertisement. It wa* *tat-
ed that the firm were selling clothing
at a discountof 82 percent., when it
should have been 25 per cent. The lat-
ter U a big discount when it I* consid-
ered they are selling clothing at very
Mis* Nora Bishop, of Granby. Mo.,
arrived in the city yesterday. Miss
Bishop cornea to Claremore to engsge
in the millinery and dressmaking bus! -
ness with Mrs. Clyde Julian of tbe city.
These two ladies expect to open np
their parlor in a few days in the room
adjoining the McDaalel stone building
on Third street.
Pleasing exercise* were held in tbe
different rooms in tbe school Wednes-
day afternoon, which a number of pa
rent* attended. The recitation* rend-
ered showed carefnl training upon the
part of tbe teacher* and all were highly
pleased with the exercise*. A novel
feature was offering* by tbe little folk*
for the poor of our town, and many a
bouie will be brightened and cheered
by these donations of the little folks.
We congratnlate tbe faculty on their
In the surrounding country to call and look over our large
stock of merchandise. We positively are selling
BOOTS AND SHOES
cheaper today than we could if we had to go into the mar-
ket and buy them.
We have just received a large assortment of Men's and
Boys' Overcoats. Boys' Overcoats from g | .#5 |0 £3.
Men's good heavy Overcoats S3e0O and upwards.
Men's All-Wool Suits from $3s0O to 10s
Come and get a chance on the handsome buggy we ve
going to give away.
F. M. RUCKER,
Claremore, Ind. Ter.
■n dow or wall.
Library Association Entertain.
A tneasnring party given by the
ladies Library Association at tbe home
of Mr and Mrs. E. S. Bessey, Tuesday
evening, was on« of tbe most pleasant
events of tbe season. The following
invitaUon had been sent out:
The invitation ia in the sack
foruesln «.B<tin« or brincingr bar a.
A ni.-kl- for Trry tout yog are tall
Hmxm ynurwlf on duoror wall.
Ad extra . -nt for each inch gtw.
And iheretijr .how bow bleb you L.—
W ith iuu*i<\ p>«. refreshment*, pleasure.
measure*1 " °"
About fifty guests answered the in
vitation by their presence. At tbe
door eai li gnest was met by tbe recep-
tion committee who placed a label npon
their bark, bearing the name of some
noted person. The one labeled was ex-
pected to guess who he or she waa to
represent, from the remark* made by
the other guest*.
An excellent programme wa* given
Which consisted of reading and music.
After the programme refreshments
were served and all departed feeling it
wa* good to have been there.
The proceed* of the entertainment
which waa about $20 will be invented in
new books for the library.
Those present were. Messr*. snd
Mesdame* Ball. Diefendorf, Neilson.
Lacy. C PLinn, A W Linn. Harriott.
Broyles. Godby. Barrett, Lane, Hos
tetter. Lingenfelter, Kates.
Misses Adair. Collins.Kearnes. Simp-
son. Courtney. Gallaway, Jame*.
Hhrimsber, Loy, Headlen. Kirkpatrick.
Mrs Starr, and Barbydt,Lillian Barhydt
and Emily Fisher.
Messrs Edtnnndson. Bessey. Hale,
Campbell, Wood, Jennings. Moore.
Aven, A1 unger.
Because of tbe special meetings now
In progress at the Baptist church Rev.
W. H, Shank will not fill his appoint-
■Mut at tbe Sageeyah church Snnday
Joe Smith and Tom Tipton, both of
whom were convicted of horse stealing
ia the Wagoner court and sentenced to
Ave years each, were taken to Ft. Leav.
eaworth Monday night.
Judge Jennings waa down to Wagon
SfJlMWr 4«"lhter. klis*
jn<An*e. wM baa been attending school
Central College, returned home with
blip to spend thanksgiving holidsys.
Rev C. Ntubb|rfield will preaph «
the Baptist church In this uity to nor
row (Sunday)morning, iils tlieuie will
be "The Slgna of thr Second Coming of
Christ." The public is cordially Invited
to the services.
John Bullettr. of Claremore, is be-
coming know* as the Cherokee Dela
ware coal baton. He haa recently
opened np sevwal paying coal mlaee ia
the northern jart of the Territory—
Postofflce to Be Removed.
Postmaster E 8. Bessey received no-
tice yeaterdsy from the Postmaster
General at Washington, stating that
the petition of the citisens of Clare-
more for the removal of the poctoffice
to a more ceutral position in the town
had been granted, and that tbe office
could be removed as *oon aa the bnild
log waa in readinea*. The office is to
occupy the rear part of tbe new build
ing now being constructed by Col F.
A. N'eilaon on the lot Jn*t west of the
Prooress building Thi* will place
the postofflce In tbe buaineaa center of
the town, which will be a great deal
more convenient for the citisens than
at present. It will also not discritpi
nate against one poeltiou of the towh
aud |t| favor OC aototer a? bis teen the
cace ever since tbe offlca was removed
into the Halsell building.
Treaty Bin Passed.
Hpeelal to Paoeaass.
Tahlequah. Nov. SO, 'm.
Council baa at last paased a treaty
bill. It is tbe old Dawes Cherokee
treaty with the following changes: The
■one clause around towns haa been
stricken oat. The townsite section baa
been so changed that owners of lots will
not draw the six per cent, interest on
the payment made to the Cherokee
nation for occupancy title*. The *ec
tion providing compensation to John J.
Hemphill, of Washington, and W. T.
Hutchins, of Muskogee, for legal serv-
ices, was stricksn out, aa also was the
section providing for the collection of
the four million dollars due the Chero-
kees. This last clause wa* the bone of
There are now four representative*
here of aa many different parties try
ing to teenrethe contract for the col
lection of tbe claim. Some *ort of con -
tract ia likely to be made before conn
A delegation to Waahington will un-
doubtedly be provided for.
Council will likely adjourn some
time next week.
L)l*d of Smallpox.
Word waa received here Monday of
the death of Dr. E. W. Buck, at Wag
oner, of amaUpos.
Dr. Back laat summer practiced
medicine here, bat recently moved to
Chandler, Oklahoma, with his
parents. There he received word tbst
hia affianced, a Mis* Weldon, of Wago
ner. was sick with the smallpox. He
left for there at once, and in an inter-
view with the Progress man aa he waa
paaaing through town he stated that he
intended to go and nnrse her. snd risk
the chances of contracting the dlaease.
Msnyof hla frlenda here tried to per
ansde him from snch a course, but he
insisted on going. While bia actions
may appear not the most prudent in the
world, none can help bnt admire his
devotion to bia intended bride.
The deceased wss the only child of
of Rev. * Mrs. W. H Buck, aud had
been given an excellent education aud
enjoyed an enviable reputation as a
physician. He hsd msny friends in
Claremore who sincerely mourn his
sad and antmely end.
George Lowrey, Chanty Brian sad
Bob Wilson, charged with robbing
John Horvey at Nowata of one gold aad
one silver watch aad M is money,
were given a hearing before ComIs-
eloner Jennings Monday. The evidence
against Lowrey waa not suflcient and
he was discharged. Brnaer and Wil-
son were bound over to await the ac
tlon of the grand jury.
Three females, Louie Vann, Mollie
Martin and Mary Grayson, wen eg
amined Taesday on ths charge of rob-
bing J. Teter at Tulsa All three wave
bound over ia the ana of UN each to
answer to the grand Jnry.
llenry R. Gourd wa* arreeted yester
day on the charge of introducing and
■elllng whiskey. His caae ha* not yet
Snir Gaines, who wa* deputised some
weeks ago to guard Bud Way born,
bound over on the charge of cattle
larceny, and to convey him to the jail
at Muskogee, but who penaitted the
prisoner te escape, was arrested Wsd-
nesday on tbe charge of criminal neg-
ligence and bound over In the sum of
$M0 to await the action of the grand
jury. Galoes furnished the bond aad
was given his liberty.
Fotey's=Leaiiers in Low Prices.
CLAREMORE, INDIAN TERRITORY.
Coal Creek Mining Co.
Kottcs to tha Public:
We are bound to deliver coal prompt-
ly to our regular customer*. Other*
~- bit tb*T mmt W' n doing
JNO. BULLETTE. Agent.
Claremore, I. T.
Have you a 00Id7 A dow of Ballard !
Horebound syrup at bed time will re
move it. Price 83 eta. and 80 cU. Hill's
Collinsville. I T.. Nov. 88.
Wberesa, The Creator and ruler of
the Universe on high baa aawflt to re-
move from Collinsville Lodge No. 0.1,
I. O. O. F„ on the Slat dsy of Nov.,
18# . our beloved brother. Henry
Knighten, who by his works and boa
orable doing* had richly earned tbe re
spect and love of the entire lodge apej
ttesolydfl. Thftt ip the death pf pro
Knighten that this lodge baa lost oo
of the most beloved brothers, farther
Rewired, That tb|* lodge Wrar the
aaunl mourning for Mi day* and their
heartfelt sympathy to the bereave*rela-
Resolved, That a copy of the con-
dolence be printed iu the Claremore
Progress aad the Tulsa Democrat, aad
that copies be seat to the nearest rela-
tives and he spread on the mi note* of
IE. B. UvDAWAY.
Oave a Seven O'clock Diaaer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F Oodbey gave a
•even o'clock dinner to a number of
their friends Thurtday evening
After enjoying one of the finest meals
that tbe palate could crave, the gne*t*
were delightfully entertained by being
given chewing gam with which to
mould an animal on a card. Mr*. Ford
8. Lacey received fir*t prise, a unique
paper knife M. D. Woodson received
the consolation prige. s pair of doll
Some excellent music waa furnished.
The following gueets were present:
Mrs. A. O. Barhydt. Rev. and Mr*.
E. H. Broylee. Mr. and Mr*. M. D.
Woodson, Mr. and Mr*. O. W. Hoe-
tetter. Postmaster and Mra. E. S. Bes-
sey, Mr. snd Mrs. A. E Diefendorf.
Mr and Mrs. W. M. Hall. Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. John
Bullette. Mr and Mrs Ford S. Lacey
Dr. aud Mrs C. P. Linn. Mr W. L.
Moor* and Mr. aad Mra. A. L. Kates
A very fashionable wedding took place
at Oolagah on tbe night of Oct 90tb at
■ix o'clock, when Mr. Charle*Gilbreth
and Miaa Ivy Bnford were joined in tbe
holykondsof Wedlock fry Dr. Rodders,
of Muskopf. Tbe room* were beaati
fully decorated with choice (lower* and
the bri<Je wa* becomingly <lre**ed in
baby blue silk, ornamented with dia
monds. She wa* and an Ideal bride,
her eaae and grace, born of a well cul-
tivated mind, charmed everyone. Tbe
grootn i* an excellent young man, and
and tbe happy couple have the beat
wiihe* of all.
After tbe Impressive ceremony the
following gueata sat down to a well
spresd wedding supper iMrdkMr*. Merri
Mndaowe weeing present!
Those deairing instruction* how to
hesl the sick or to be healed through
Christian Science or Divine Metaphysics
•pply to j. h. Hmdon, C. 8..
hHl. lad. Ter.
Prtaco'a Observation Car.
Arrangements have been perfected
for the inauguration, on November tt.
1889, of through Pullman obaervatioa
car service between St Loais and Saa
Antonio, via the 8t. Lou la * Saa Fraa
cieco R. R.. Gulf, Colorado * Santa
Fe By. and International 4k Great
Northern R. R. These cars will leave
St. Louis nightly on Texas train. No. S,
and returning, arrive 00 No. • every
morning The advent of thia character
of equipment in southwest service will
at once be recognised as aa additional
unrivaled feature afforded by these
Cares coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough, la grippe, pneumonia, aad con-
sumption-Beggs' Cherry Cough 8yrup.
•Best doctors ia tbe state told me I
bad consumption; two bottle* Baas'
Cherry Cough Syrup cured me"—Wm
WhiteOeld. Liacoln. Neb.—Hill's Drag
The lead and sine Selds of
Arkansas are most easily reached via
the Frisco Liae. Arrangements hare
been completed fur daily s«we service
between Cbadwicb. Forsyth sad Lsad
Hill, slsobetween Eureka Springs aad
Yellville, Via Berry. Greea Forest. Hsr-
rison snd Powell. Thea* stage* make
close connection with tbrongh train*
of the Friaco Line and afford* most
coinferable and convenient msaga of
reaching that important locality De-
scriptive literature with rates, tine of
train* and itage connections will be
fnrnlshed upon application to any rep
resentstive of Frisco Line, or to Bryaa
Snyder. General Passenger Ageot, St.
After Several years' experience la the
wrcantlle businees. we th t tbe
credit tyjWra I* rety unsatUfa^—-
4~^aafl p&rchaaer, so here -
after we will sell lor caah only
Ti Wswiw'IKSaSfcw p..
Clothing must move!
We are going: to apply the
price-leaver to it for the next
PER CENT. DISCOUNT..
ALL MEN'S SUITS!
• . Ex,ce?t a fcw that are already marked down to cost,
r rtces were low before. #ri— -— *— * ' —
Io«a. Your gain.
J MW,f •' v v v9le
They are too low now for our good. Our
All-Wool Blue Flannel Over*
shirts, made from Cherry Valley
Flannel, worth #1.50. We have a
few that we bought below their
value, and ofler at
made of fine Marino; nice
enough for anyone; regular joc
value. While these last,
W© Offer Following Prizes for Drawing
Books that are Best Done:
FIRST PRIZE-I2 Years old || QQ
FIRST PRIZE-Under 12 years, 1 lb.
Chase & Sanborn's Seal Tea.
SECOND PRIZE--12 years old or over,
one pound of Chase & Sanborn's
Java and Mocka Coffee.
SECOND PRIZE-Under 12-years-old,
one-half pound of Chase & San-
born's Seal Tea.
at the close of school for the holidays.
Foley's=LBaiiers in Low Prices.
- -CLAREMORE, IN *31 AM TERRITORY.
auaraateed to stop your hair from lA#ANTEi)-«*,rr i brt«ht and hon^t p.r-1
fclling out remove* dandruff, reetorea ' ropre-ot a... lUDacer* m thi.
natural color, and curea all araln , K.i.r, w.«lyw .nd .s |
H. 'r "Can wlary. Parittoa'psiissaial'. oar '
— ' * — wn. It I. malaijr - 1
'"r* "- Ra-fTfTl'-v* Elr ssr aril-
ot praiae it too highly: .topped my
~aaf: * McKeever, Abbeyville, Kan '
. A aloe line of wlater lap robes at Bar
i tt a.
- Hvawiru tui1 TOl— c n„u i
and rheomatism. and received! J.yW.wKOrc-
Blood PnrjSer Z'«r,0££rS$£
en from •11 other medicine? " - inthetr or
James E. Gordon, Angnsta, (*; . The: «>' «ttle in the- following
1 " —... - brand- ; Csttl** ill ahr.rP hranrf
a i.. ran it* in too ra
brands: (attlr laabor« brand. m*rkc*i on Me
. oth-r writh upper
audpfblt: ]«, r ttl- branded with Aa
Foe a good tender steak go to Qua I und,>r
W.C BO JgRa, 8kxatook. I. T.
If Tou are suffering from drowatoess
. .k-a.T_ irritability of temper, *leep
it*, general debility, headache
algaL_. ..ma. .rvi.it/, Hrmjatut-
aad general wast of tone of system,
ase Bar bine. You will get relief an J
flRaUr a care. Price 90 eta. Hill * Drug
Vood typewriter for (ale cheap Enl
<efce of John Bullette. J
. Thouaanda of men and wamen suffer
mm pi lea. especially women with
MMle weakness have thia snffering to
- ■ suuriiii^ iu
eoatend with in addition to their other
M'a Buckeye Pile Oint-
v i Tabler'. i u.
Bent will qaickly effect s cure. Price
y ^ln bottles' tubes 75 cto. UiU's
. "PPtiw^Tali ^kTnds at tbe
OnsitlpiHoameans the aocaianlation ,
af wnet matter that should be discbarg
^ dallr. and unless this is doae the j
A. L. McDANIEL
has opened np a nice, clesn,
new stock of
in bis Stone Building, and is
prepared to serve hia cu*to •
mers with the best article* In
the grocery line at tbe lowest
Buya Poultry, Produce aud Egg*.
Remember his location,
Davis Hill & Go.
Hardware, Stoves, Furniture,
•trays Taken Up.
t*rt. ydjr spoHed sow. marked with
I'ggB ,IKi small ivfrt.lt In rwht
y *t*mt •« Has Mt spoticd
s*— eaa aav* aam. by i.roTiuit u.aw-
•tray Taken Up,
Notioeto the Public.
I"*" " • — .le retera my ^
f.. WaWna fwr the TwrttCrSl'^n.SlA 'tfy
of eserv r.rlrt, a|
"• "*• eardlally Invited to
oaU and Inspect the
HU Ml WMTEII
If you want to buy or sell
ME GEO. f. R05S.
. the highlit prlrv ft,r Hecond-
hand tftMida and e lls them the cheap«H,t,
t J°5 TKAOUE haa mored
Irindlfot P^liurvd to do all
Watch and Clock Repairing
at the lowest pricee.
Feed fcjtOTM III
GEO. F. ROSS,
Claratnor*, . - Ind Tar.
The season is ripe for putting up your
Heating Stoves. We have just what you want- A
; large 1 ine of
HEATING AND COOK STOVES,
RANGES, STOVE-PIPE, ETC.
Our stock is composed of all the best and moat dur-
able makes, and our prices are the loweat.
Both of these linee are com-
plete In every particular. We
carry the very articles yon
need and yon will save money
by baving of na.
Orag or Pateit MrilelaiUm
Twwe ahrorsb* sail, and
Hill's Drug Store
This we«k bring* to n* a car of tka r*l*h*a>*i| 8. a P. Foar
THE ONLY SCALE
, ^SS-BEAM-l RON-IE VERS."
THE FREIGHT FOR TERMa.
A large shipment of
..Seasonable Fall Dry Goods.
From Jno.V.Farwell & Co., Chicago.
Onr fall and winter stock of the
Celebrated Brown Shoe Co's Shoes
f JOM DEER Mi OIIVER CKIUED PLPW
si uniE he-' Mccormick hmhstiiis machines
MST STOCK Of lEMT-MiDE C10TNIR6
NICEST UKE if FURNITURE in CORK
We make a specialty of
Queanawara, Qoak and Neatlnc •tavaav
Grain Drills, Wagons
and every kiad of Faming Tool*. A big lawofaa ef a*K
aad Baavy Hard was*
We haven't Mid I
bnt the f
Barndollar, Bertles 4 Neilsoi
CLAtBiaaaa. taaw Taa.
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The Claremore Progress. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1899, newspaper, December 2, 1899; Claremore, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc182709/m1/3/?q=%22Mary+Grayson%22: accessed May 25, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.