The Searchlight (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 48, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 26, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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THJS SEARCHLIGHT, CUSHING, OKLA.
Lost, Strayed, Stolen j|
All notices of Strays,
Lost or Stolen property,
should reach this office by
4 o'clock p. m.- on Wed-
nesday of each week to in-
sure publication in the
When property has been dis-
covered or thieves captured or
convicted please notify this office
as we desire to publish this in
connection with the final publica-
tion of original notice'
I have a black mare 14Vfe or
15 hauds high, weight about 800,
left hind foot white half way to
hock, a few white hairs in fore-
head, no scars on brand, pace and
fox trot, a beauty. 1 found a
negro riding her and he owns up
tu stealing her out of pasture. I
have him in jail at Oklahoma City
C. P. Crabtree,
Dept. Sheriff, Arcadia, Sec. 689.
Owner Wanted—1 light bay
mare 3 or 4 years old, about 15
hands high, weight about 900 lb.
black mane and tail, no brands,
small'white spot in forehead,
black horse mule 14 hands high,
weight 750 lbs., branded C on
left jaw, 4 or 5 years old. This
stock came here early in this
spring. For further information
see or write J. M. liayner, Sec.
A. H. T. A. No. 626, or i
F. M. Uphouse,
Dep. Sheriff, Morse, Okla.
Stolen—$100 Reward. Stolen
from my place on may 1st, one
iron gray stallion about 14l/£
hands high, 4 years old, branded
J on left shoulder, wire cut on
left hind leg (outside just above
hock), also a scar on right hind
hip, he coon-footed in left hind
foot, natural pacer. $40 return
of horse or any information lead-
the arrest and conviction of the
ing to his recovery and $100 for
thief. Address Hoy Johnson,
or Tom Johnson, sheriff of Sem-
inole county, Wewoka, Okla.
Owner Wanted—1 brown pony
horse CF upside down. There
was man lost this pony. He cam
through here with two ponys one
Saturday night, sold the other.
It proved to be a stolen horse.
Write me tor anv information,
K. W. Sanders,
A. II. T. A. No. 173.
Strayed or Stolen—June 15th.
1910; one iron gray horse brand-
ed A on left shoulder, branded
wi'h horseshoe on left jaw, fore
top clipped close, shod all around
will pay liberal reward for any
information leading to his recov-
C. D. Jones,
Sec. 344, Stratford, Okla.
Strayed—About Feb. 1st 11
miles east of Tuttle, Okla.,. 3 un-
broke mules, 2 to 4 years old,
branded O on left jaw, were last
seen near Lindsey, Okla. A lib-
eral reward will be paid for their
J. E. Wright,
$20 Reward for capture of Tom
Sloan. Escaped from county road
camp at Tecumseh, Okla., April
26, 1910. Description—height 5ft
4in, weight about 130 lbs. some i *,!a't s' uut 01 the horn Ica-
Strayed, Blue gray mare,roach-
ed mane, I S on left shoulder, N
on lecft jaw, I4y« hands high. 4
years old, black mark where she
has been kicked, on left thigh.
Notify S. Duncan, McCarty. (Jar-
viu county, $5 reward for recov-
ery or information leading to re-
covery. Supposed to bo inik ng:
her way back to Hart, Okla.
Stolen, 1 heavy stamped R.T
Frazier saddle, weight about 45-
ibs., branded A N in one or two
tiier is ripped nearly around the
horn, tack out of leather on top
of horn, iron stirrups, no Ladago
strap for hind cinch on right side-
but long leather on left side,one
j lightening cinch fastener rope,
Stolen—1 bay pony, 4 years ' strap on right side gone, small
old, weight 750 pounds, wire cut j snap on front string on right side
on front leg, no brands. Stolenj of saddle up against saddle. $10
from Leo Willcot at Oklahom | reward for discovery of saddle,
upper front teeth out, blue eyes,
light hair, wears a 4l/£ shoe.
Please notify H. E. Matteson,
Sheriffs office, Tecumseh, Okla.
Lodge No. 283.
$50 Reward -Stjlen from the
Mick Harrison school house on
the night of July 4th, one light
bay bores 15V2 hands high,7 years
old white spot in forehead, scar
on front of left hind leg, about
the thigh, also scar on muscle of
right fore-leg. No brands. Was
carrying a red saddle, swelled
?->rk. made by Coombs of Duncan
Okla.. worth $45. Bridle has old
broken bits with shanks bent
back for rings. Will pay $50.00
for return of horse and saddle or
a liberal reward for information
leading to their recovery. A. H.
T. A. Lodge No. 701 offers $50
reward for eonviction of thief.
Write, wire or phone the under-
signed. or Wm Cates, sheriff of
Stephens county, at Duneaa.Ok.
W. B. Jones,
Who does this pony belong to?
One bay mare pony black mane
and tail, 14V2 hands high, about
4 years od has had bad wire cut
on right front foot, silght wire
mark on left front foot, a knot
on right side of nose about the
size of a small egg, seems to be
a wind, also a knot on left side
of back. If anyone knows any-
thing about this pony let me
H. B. Thomas, No. 666,
$100 Reward by State Order
For the capture and conviction of
H. T. Brush; defaulting Treasure
of 326. Height about 5 ft. 6 in.
weight about 125 lbs. Scar on
left side of forehead. Left
wrist crooked caused by break.
Slightly bent and round should-
ered. Is a great smoker. He is
a Mason and generaly wears the
emblem master mason. Smooth
face and dark complexion age 24
looks younger. Report when
found to Sheriff of Logan county
John Mahany holds warrant for
his arrest. Guthrie Okla.
J. W. Johnson President 320.
C. W. Davis Treasure 326.
Who Owns Them?
1 have located the following
stock. 1 light bay horse 7 or 8
years old, 15 hands high, 1 white
eye, all his feet is white and he
is branded P on right shoulder.
Also 1 light bay horse 7 or 8
years old, 15 hands high, 2 white
feet, collar marks, branded V on
left shoulder, came there first of
.May. 1 black horse 10 years old,
blaze feet hind feet, branded P
under bar, on left shoulder,came
there about first of May, 1910.
Also 1 bay horse 9 or 10 years
old, 15 hands high, white spot be-
hind left ear, saddle marks, col-
lar mark on top of neck, foretop
cut off, big bell on, no brands,
also with him 1 flea bitten gray
horse pony 13 hands high, about
9 or 10 years old, dim brand on
left shoulder, can't tell what it is
wire mark across left shoulder,
came there this spring. 1 sorrel
horse 12 years old, 16 hands high,
Star and branded DKY oa left
C. N. Bryant, Pres. 575.
$15 reward for thief if convicted.
Address Will Niles,
or K E. Boarma, Sec. 38.
City on Sunday night. Descrip-
tion of thief—A boy 20 years old,
5 feet 10 inches high, light hair
and eyes, is cross-eyed. He also
took $20 in money from owner of
horse. Address all communica- $200 Reward—Stolen fromthe
tions to ; Craggs livery barn on July 22.
A. W Benfird, ' one three year old dark brown
11 Vs Robinson St., or blajk horse, weight about 800.
Oklahoma City. about 14 hands high, no brands.
! but nas small lump on back of
Whose Mules—Taken up by T. i ear, has plate shoes on front feet.
A. Pope, 3 niles southwest of j is a natural single footer or Fox
Biady, Okla. One pair of black trotter, there was a saddle taken
mare mules, 15 hands high 12 ysr. at the sametime, alight tan color
old branded on right jaw, horse- j ed saddle about half worn and
shoe, and one of these mules has | having iron stirrups. The • thief
some white hairs on back andisoes by the name of J. W. Miller,,
sear on thigh. Both have some ho isabout28 or 30 years ol4 abou
white places up and down should-'5 ft. 8, weighs about 140 lbs..red4
ers caused by collar marks.
J. W. Adams,
Member No. 570, Brady, Okla.
complection, sandy hair,gray eyes
has rather long face with highs
eheak bones, he walks with drop-
ped shoulders. vVas wearing a-,
white hat, light .ihirt, gray pants-
and tan plov\ shoes. The state
Liberal Reward, for one Rob- order of the A. H. T. A. will pay,
rt Stevens, who left his home the above reward for the arrest
Sunday, June 12, 1910. H<> is a a"d conviction of thief an I re
white boy about 20 years old,Jcovery of property. This is iu
ibout 5 feet 6 inches high, and 1 addition to the $50 that is paid
weight 180 ibs. lie wore a light j Kv the state for lite arrest and
>11 it, red .iliirt, black collar,blue conviction of thief.
hat and patent leather shoes. 6 Notify Ii. K. CltAGGS, Mt. View.
■ niles west of Pawnee, Okla. | Okla., or Wm. K. MOCK. I'res
Write 0/ phone .lohn 1 554. Carnegie, Okla., Route 2.
or ti ff. Wvss. lodge oN. 47.
$100 Reward—The following
stock was taken off the ragne
near Allen, New Mexico, iibout
March 16. 1910. 1 black mare
mule 3 years old, wire sear on
)ne front leg between knee *md
$25 Reward—Stolen from my
place, 3 miles NE of Alden, Okla.
I full blood Scotch Colley dog,
light yellow with white ring a-
round neck and white breast.wellj )0dy, about°15 hands hfcrh.
trained for cattle and horses. ,|ue mare mule 3 vears old. no
The thief goe:s by the name of; ,rand. with black strip aero the
fohn Bailey, is about 40 years o ; Hoiiuers .;ji0
ige, about 6 feet 2 or 4 inches in
height, weighs about 230 lbs, is
'ed complected and wore a sand\
mustache. Has been staying a-
round Alden, Okla., for the last
year. Claimed to be from Lind-
sey, Okla., is travelling in a cov-
;red wagon, driving a black mar
and bay horse, the horse is blind
n left eye. There is a woman, a
boy and a girl with him. Last
heard of or seen 4 miles south of
Blair, Okla., suppoesd to be on
iiis way to western Texas. $10
of the above reword will be paid
for information leading to the
arrest of the man and $15 for the
recovery of dof.
Notify owner of doj,
H. A. Dyer, Aldea,OIcla.
tripes around legs. 15 hands hig*
two year old yellow mace mule
■lack stripes down back anl a-
ro.ss weathers and striped legs.
10 brand.about 14 humls high. 1
ron gray stallion 3 yen's' old.
tranded J and JF connected, on
ieft thigh, and wire cut on front
>t both hocks, l(i hands high.
one brown two year old horse,
iohukks no brands, also a st.iliion
—one 2 year old bay filly with
•vire scar near tor> of right shuld-
r, no brand. Fur r-eovc ry 6f
rtock. $50 will be paid, a ho $50*
or arrest and conviction of thief
»r thieves. All eomunications-
•ihould be sent to
W. H. Conn. W 7*1,
Holene, New M-xieo.
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Green, E. M. The Searchlight (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 48, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 26, 1910, newspaper, October 26, 1910; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc285911/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.