The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 90, Ed. 1, Monday, March 11, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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Our moderate prices and easy payment
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Vntc fur Catalogue and Terms.
H. W. CLEGERN
i resentatlTc for Okla. and lad Ter.
tlSMnlnSt OKLAHOMA OITY
atjye bills in
THE GOVERNOR'S HANDS
List 'of Measures EHlier
Signed cr efoed and
Those not Disposed of
Governor Barnes has taken action
on the following bills passed by the
8 nth asHetnbly
Bills Acted on By Executive.
C B. No 16 an act relating to the
fiscal year defined and amendatory ot
section 1 artlilp 1 of chapter U ses-
sion lawi of 1897 of Oklahoma Terri-
C B No in an act to authorise
cities of the first class owning or Hav-
ing waterworks to Issue script and for
other purposes. 3Igned.
C. H No 102 an act to regulate the
time of beginning actions to try the
title to a county office. Signed
C. B No 149 an aet to legalise the
election of It. A. Ulllups probate JnirfS
of Washita county Oklahoma Terri
C. B No. 6 an act to provldt for
the improvement and permanent pav-
ing guttering and ourbmg or streets
and other publlo places within elites
of the first clasa. Signed.
C. C No. 27 tan act umendatory to
article 2. of chapter U2 of the session
laws of 1897 entitled "Sessions and
Dutias of Commissioners." Signed.
C. B. No 32 tan aet to encourage ar-
bor culture. Signed.
C. U. No. 43 an 'ict providing for
tho transfer of certain funds In the
territorial treasury. Signed.
C. II. No. 12S an not to define and
punish kidnapping for ransom. Sign-
ed. C. II. No. 2 an act to provide for
tho jstubllahment and maintenance of
free publlo libraries and reading rooms
In cities ot not less than fire thousand
C. 13 No. 180 an act . legalizing the
warrants Issued by school district No.
83 of Oklahoma Territory. Signed.
C. II. No. 17t an act denning the
crime of forging names to petition and
providing punishment therefor. Sign-
ed. C. H. No. ISC an act to vacate a
certain street In the town of Chero-
kee in Woods county Oklahoma Ter-
C. B. No. 02 an nc conferring cer-
tain powers on tho territorial board of
Is tlie place for a Splendid
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IS 11 fflll-ES EAST OF ENID ANI 12 MILES 0UTH OF HUNTER
Inmost delightfully situjled on a beautiful and a most endless-prairie In the very cent.. of one of
Oklahoma. An abundance of clear pure watu U found at a depth of ?0 to 85 feet. Of all tlie new
Is the most fortunate in that he will have the benefit of two railroads to start with. Thus the citizens of thia new town of Breckinridge will enjoy
the advantages of railroad competition without hnvlng io share the expense of having to secure the same. Pull warranty deeds wl'l he furnlshud to all
lots. The size of the Iotsis25xlfi0 ftet All business streets are DO feet wide. Residence streets art 00 feet wide. There arc about 1200 lots In the
townslte. All lots will be sold at the uniform price of
If purchased on or before the day set for the public distribution or sale which is foin
V V No. 41 en act to authorize
the establishment and maintenance
of rouritv high schools. 8lgned.
f. B No. 191 an act providing for
for refundlnc of certain moneys to
tcrVooi districts In Indemnity lahds.
C. B. No. 49 a t relating to o-
cunyliig claimant" ml amendatory of
general sections Um and 460B of tho
statutes tit Oklahoma of the year 180J
end for Oilier purposes. Signed.
r. B. No. 12 defining duties of town-
ship treasurer rterame a law with-
C. B. No . detHnlng duties of school
district treasurer. Became a law with-
C. B No BO an a t to authorise
the construction of additional hutldlngfl
for the agricultural and mechanical
college of Oklahoma Territory a 8t!H
II. B No. 42 an ac' to amend se
tlon 1 I and 3 of chapter "U of the
session law of Oklahoma of 1R97. iiK?
foi other purposes Signed
H B No J nn net for the preven-
tion ot misappropriations of public
funds and ten the ri covery of money
and property of public corporations
unlawfully paid out or transferred.
K B No IDs an act amenr lti( sec
lion 0 and repealing section 8 of chap-
ter 41 nesslon laws of Oklahoma lfttt
relating to procedure criminal Signet).
K. B. No. 128 an act to amend sec
ttons 1 and 2 of chapter 1 of the ses-
sion laws of Oklahoma. 1895 entitled
an e"t authorising administrators and
guardians to mortgage real estate of
II. B No. 266 an act to encourage the
feeding of live stock. Signed.
II. B. No SI an act providing for
the establishment and maintenance of
separate schools for white and colr
ored children and for other purposes.
II. B. No 172. an act to provide for
the payment of the Northwestern
Normal school building located at Alva
Oklahoma Territory. Sinned.
I J B. No. 120 an act to bo ontltlotij
an net for the support of tho podr
of the several countlea of tho terri-
tory of Oklahoma and to establish
and maintain asylums therefor. Sign-
ed. II. B. No. 126 an act to amend sec
tlon 0 article 17 chapter 08. statutes
of Oklahoma. 1893 relating to service
of subpeonas In criminal cases. Sign-
ed. II. B. No. iso an act to amend sec-
tion 3. article 20 of chapter 26. stat-
utes of 1898. relating to crimes and
punishments. Signed .
II. B. No. 180 an act authorising tlie
hoard of county commissioners of ICay
county Oklahoma Territory to change
course of Spring Creek. Signed.
II. .' No 153 an net to amend sec-
tion 4 ot chapter -8 of thessosslon laws
of Oklahoma 1297 and for other pur-
There is a Time and Tide etc. and
safe Investment that will double
and Southwestern Railway and
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ana ronjuawa Mailway
( - Br.nch nflv Rock Island) -
. Par furtiifprmationf address C5- 3E5. XXXTI'J&V.'lcS. Mgr. Frisco Townslte Co.
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II B No. 58 an art to amend sec-
tion 1. article 46 chapter Sfi statutes
ot Oklahoma. 1808 pertaining o con-
cealed weapons. Signed.
II. B. No. 04 an act to authorise
the town of Wellston. Lincoln county.
Oklahoma Territory to constmet own.
control and operate waterworks fire
apparatus and for other purposes.
II. Ii No. 98 an act to amend sec-
tion 8 of article 2' npter 17 of the
laws of 1893 rclatlt o the duties of
foreign corporations hid w ether pur-
II. B. No. 12 an Ac' to -amend sec-
tion 9 article 9 chapter 17 statute of
Oklahoma of 1893 relMIng t corpor-
H. B. No. 13 an art to amend an
act entitled an act to authorise the
railroad companies to sell and lease
their railroad property and franchises
approved February 31 lttj). Signed.
II. B. No. 06 an act to legalise the
action of the school board 'o. school
dlstilct No. 60 In Grant county aid
establishing? and maintains a public
scliol at n place other than tho rgu-
larly ele ted site Signed.
II. B No 83 an act relating to liens
on domestic animals. Signed.
II. B. No in. an act amending sec-
tion 1. article 2 of chapter A lawn
of 1895. entitled "An act to amend eec-
tlon 1 and 4 of fHcle N. of chapter
Crimes ami Punishment.' " Signed.
26 of the laws of Oklahoma entitled
IT. B. No 87 an act to define and
punish frauds upon hotel Inn hoarding
and eating house-keepers penalties
II B No 78. an act relating to sure-
ties in civil and criminal actions. Sign-
ed. II. B. No 264. an act relating to un-
organised country. Signed.
II. B. No. 99 an act to mend sec-
tion 28 of chapter 61 general section
ttttu of the statutes of 1898 and for
other purposes. Signed.
II. B. No. 146 an act amending sec-
tion 36 article 0 chapter 22 statutes
of Oklahoma 1808 providing for the
time and manner of letting contracts
for the construction and orectlon of
court houses and jails. Signed.
II. B. No. ill. an act to prohibit the
ale or giving away of Intoxicating li-
quors within two miles of the Snored
Heart Mission college building. Sign-
ed. II. B. No. 199 an act to authorise
tlie construction of additional buildings
and the purcliase of additional land for
the territorial normal1 school located at
t Bills Whose Fate Is Pending.
At 10 o'clock this morning no action
had been taken on the following bills.
This list of measure rmnulcts the
work of the assembly:
C. B. No. 138 an act to provide for
appeal- from justices ot the rtace In
and double again your money.
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C. B. No 128. an a t In relation to
landlords and tenan's
Substitute for r n No. 14 an aet
ti authorise the construction of ad-
ditional buildings for the university
r B No 7I nn art to autOQlim the
const met Ion of additional building? for
colored agricultural and normal uni-
versity at Langstc.
Suhstliut for C. B No 117 an act
to establl1. and locate a normal school
In southwestern Oklahoma Territory
and to provide for the selection of a
site the construction of buildings and
for the maintenance of said school.
C. B. No 129 an act providing for
the location erection and management
! and control of a territorial penitentiary
a territorial asylum for the Insane a
territorial asylum for the deaf dumb
and blind a territorial reform school
for lys and girls .
C. B. No. 112 an act to regulato tho
leasing of Indemnity land of Oklahoma
Territory and for the disposition and
use of the proceeds of such leases
aud providing for the selection of In-
demnitv lands to which the terri-
tory may be entitled
i C. B. No. 74 an act for the regulation
and Incorporation of fraternal boni-fl-clary
assentations societies or orders
and repealing all at ts and parts of acta
In conflict therewith
IT. ti. No. 275. an act providing for
the Investment of the public building
fund of the Territory of Oklahoma.
II. B. No. 144 substitute an act re-
lating to mutual insurance companies
organised under article 1. kC eltspte
17 of the session laws of the Terri-
tory jf Oklahoma of 1899 and to amnd
sections 1 I I 7. 8. of said aet ami
for other purposes.
This new town is on the ntvi.
the richest agricultural dlRlrll$ i
towns in Oklahoma
10 a. m. to 5 p. m. of
sells on its merit.
EM. C. WETM0RE T0BA00O 00.
St. Least. Mo.
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II. B. No. 361 art act to provide for
the establishment of a district high
school In Dear Creek Orant county
II. B. No. 132 an act to authorise tho
anti-horse tklef association to Issue
orders of pursuit and arrest; to carry
arms and for other purposes.
11 B No. 89 substitute an act pro-
viding for tins Inspection of oils and
burning fluids creating the oflfeo Of
territorial oil Inspector and proscrib-
ing the duties thereof.
II. B. No. 27 an act relating to the
Inspection of oils and burning hulds
repealing sections 1 2 3 4 5 8 10.
the location. erection management
and control of a university prepara-
II. B. No 167 an art relating to
savings and trust companies provid-
ing for the orgunl2Atlon managomont
control regulation and supervision
thereof and providing for p'onnltlcs for
the violation Jf the provisions of this
II. B. No ill substitute an . not
establishing a board of ngrlaultural
and deflinlng Its duties and for other
H. B. No 281 substitute an act
authorizing Incorporated comprtfi to
amend their articles of Incorporation.
II. B No. 119. u.n act to prohibit the
ale or offering for sale or bringing
into the Territory of Oklahoma for
the purpose of sole or giving away of
any cigarettes cigarette paper or sub-
II. B. No. 289 an act in relation- to
certain county officers.
II. B. No. 8. an net creating the oftlce
of township assessor and prescribing
the duties thereof.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 90, Ed. 1, Monday, March 11, 1901, newspaper, March 11, 1901; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75068/m1/3/: accessed March 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.