The Oklahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 78, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 5, 1893 Page: 2 of 4
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I*ubli*ktd «t*rv dav txerpt Monday.
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Burke & Brown.
EDITORS and PROPRIETORS.
A Kmr«n> write* from northern
Herednpoii or occupied. nor will I en- C. M. DONS
J. I>. BENJAMIN.
— , , , i tor upon or occupy, —-—-
Indiana that it ia very dry in that I ,j t„ M<ttlen>eot by the presi
section; no rain for week.. Corn > ■ - - •""" "•
and potatoea ruined and wheat worth
nothing. About the same woril
comes from parta of Illinois and
Ohio. In New York complaint ia ■
made of gra.Shopper ravag^ and end«vor S
from almost every section I comply with all the r<M|ulremenUOf
union some damage is reported. 1 ^ ^ (0 Mltiement, residence, and
Oklahoma has fared better than any I cu|t|vaiti,o necessary to «ie'lu,re J1'1®
to the land 1 may select: thatill m
not acting as agent of "J Pf"™
the lands to be
dent's proclamation of August 1 9,
18M3, in violation of the requirements
of said proclamation: that 1 desire to
make entry for the purpose
settlement and cultivation.
for the beneUt of any other person
" ■ that I will
furniture. Wgfomaff, eg
Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machine
state in the union this year.
Maximum temperature, 92; Mini-
mum, 59: Maximum velocity ot wind,
2; Minimum, 2; Ralnfill, .00.
i Forecast for thirty-six hours:
Fair weather stationary temperature.
tut trut. So inflk-lne
woutkrlul cure ,
Jcdo« Ghies's Judas Iscariot act
did bim no good. He was fired
soon as Cleveland could get 'round to
bim. Cleveland has no more use
for time servers and pap suckers than
the balance of the people. Green
leaves the office mil the territory
unregretted. Burford will follow
him in a little while.
Tin Denisou lli-rai I says the strip
excitement in that town and the
north part of Texas is great and
increasing, and that hundreds from
that locality will lie in the run on the
16th. They seem to be coming from
all parts of the union and from the
old countries. The Midway l'lais
ance will send a large delegation
down to witness the run.
1'ue Cberouve strip, wuicb will 1*
opened to settlers the middle of Sep-
tember, embraces a little more than o
million acres. It more than equals
the combined areas of the District of
Columbia, Rhode Island, Delawaie
and Connecticut. It is longer than
Vermont by 100 square miles. Its
domain exceeds that of New Jersey
by 877 square miles. It contains
400 square miles more than the state
of New Hampshire. It is longer
than Massachusetts by 1,277 square
miles. It is a trifle more than one
seventh the size of Missouri and ii
only a little less than one-eighth ai
large aa Kansas These comparisons
furnish some idea of the magnitude
of the new domain which will pass
under the influence of civilization aud
lie devoted to the uses of agriculture
as the result of the president's recent
proclamation. In point of its pro
ductive possibilities this fertile realm
far exceeds the New Kngland com
monwealths which it rivals in size
It is capable of sustaiuing a greater
population than either Massachusetts
Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecti
cut or Rhode Island. Combined
with Oklahoma it will make a territo
ry of considerably more than 10
million acres. It is highly favored
by nature, possessing a soil and eli
mate of great excellence. It Is des
lined in a very few years to lie con
verted into fruitful farms, and to
be covered over with populous towns
and flourishing villages.—K. C. Star,
ton,, <rn blood • <! .klixliw-"" MIW
bwitt SPECIFIC CO., AtlMtt, Ga.
corporation. Trs^dicate in ending
upon said lands, nor in collusion with
any person, corporation, or syndicate
to give tlicni the benefit of the land 1
may enter, or any part thereof, or the
timber thereon: that 1 do not apply to
enter upoo said lanos for the purpose
-"- liWWORLD «peouUi"n(l.ut in ft'iJf'fhit?
unonr In I HE WWW obUlI1 a homefor nr self, and that i
a.,or relieved ao much mtteriug. | DOt direcljy 0r indirectly made.
OTHING LIKE EES
swifts trwinc i« «""jiy
other hloid medicine- It rure <ll«- e or
- th.Wo~l n.i kin hj lemoTlnr tk'
and at Uie huh; tin*
wa*u-.l j Art* Dotk be impaled on by
tute , which ara ai<i
i u g-«i. * IJ
P My M**#1
hadtr poitooed ia t year, whieh a^(j v. ill not make, any agreement or
tan out "'oedM-weed a d 1 in anyway or manner with
contract In any way
anv person or penoM, corporation, or
syndicate whatsoever, by which the
title which I may acquire from the
government of the United Mates
Should Inure In whole or In part to the
enetlt of any person except myself
yOUNG MENOLD MEII
•ti II TMI TOUI II tut SHPtltl II IUUU.
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SHAKE OFF THE H°RRlO NA ULt*
w HILT II
OUR NEW BOOK
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ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO.N.V.
I certify that the foregoing deelara
Hon was made and subscribed before
Oklahoma will make one of the
W . J #|,_ liou Wi! liidUC « «*'«
grandest states in the union, and the me th|() daJ, of
chief city thereof will be Oklahoma
The following forms of declaration
that will be required to be made at
the booths on the borders of the out-
let before parlies will be given a cer-
tificate permitting them to go on said
land are published for the informa-
tion of the public, as the clerks in
cuarge of said to tth- will not bavc
the time to explain iheui to the par-
Lies when they appear to lake the
same. Emmktt Womack,
Officer in Charge.
•Note.—If the party has made a
homestead entry since March 2. Ismi,
but lias failed or is unable to perfect
title to the land covered thereby be-
cause of* valid adverse claim, or other
invalidity existing at the date of its
incept ion. strike out the words ••made
or" nd insert in the blank space "that
I have made a homestead entry since
March 2, IW, but have failed or am
unable to perfect title to the lar.l
covered thereby becau-e id a valid ad
verse claim or other Invalidity exist-
ing at the date of its inception.
Kenuired by President's proclama-
tion of August 19, 1893, preparatory to
occupying or entering uDon the lands
of the Cherokee Outlet for the pur
pose of settling upon a tows lot.
N° Booth inT N., It
J of being
desirous of occupying or entering up-
in the lands opened to settlement by
the president's proclamation of Aug-
ust 19, 1893. do solemnly declare that
I have riot entered upon < r occupied,
nor will I enter upon or occupy, any
if the lands to be opened to settle-
ment bv the president's proclamation
of August 19. 1893, in violation of the
requirements of said proclamation,
and that I desire to go in upon said
lands for the purpose of settling upon
a town lot.
Elegant line of furniture—all kinds of household furniture
Coffins, Caskets, Robes, and Undertakers Supplies.
Bodies prepared for shipment. 13 years experience lu
Oklahoma City Furniture Co.
HASSETT BLOCK , I o. 31 Main St. nnd 106 Rroadwny.
N 0 RM AN BlJSI N ESSCOLLEG E
AND fiGflDE-My, NORMAN. OKLAHOMA-
Incorporated under Oklahoma laws. Four courses; complete equipments.
Sccond school year begins September 4tb, 1893. Catalogue FltKK. Write
M DANIEL & MARSHALL, PRIN'S.
Everything new and
Best Brick Livery Barn in Okla-
homa. Boarding horses carefully
looked after. Terms reasonable.
No. 311 Grand Avenue, Okla. City
Telephone No. 35.
OKKAHOMA FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP
A FULL aud UOM^LETE STOCK OF NEW TOOLS and
Machinery. Are Prepared io do all kinds of Machine
Work aud Repairing Castings in Brass and Iron light and
heavy. Architectural Iron Work Solicited. Casli paid for
Irou and Brass
W. M. JORDAN, Prop.
Formerly Kansas Ciiy, Mo, Oklahoma City, O, 1
O. T. Reynolds, President.
J. P. Boyus, Cashier.
T. M. Richakdson, Vice Presldei
For Sale Cheap.
That very desirable brick 50x80 feet
known as the Klein block situated on
Grand avenue next to opera house.
Will sell in wh'ile or in part.to suit
purchaser. Enquire of Ii- Klein at
McGlinchey's, corner of Main and
Robinson streets, Oklahoma City.
Aliocniiif MlZfc OK IT.
a dispatch from Dallas, Texas, of
August 31, says that the Gazette
correspondent talked with a promi-
nent Democrat today, who is just
home from the North. He aaid:
"A disagreeable surprise awaits the
democrats in the fall elections. Mc-
Kinley is certain to defeat Neal for
governor of Ohio by a majority rang-
ing from 15,000 to 25,000. Gov.
Boies, running for a third term in
Iowa, is certain to be swamped owing
to the apathy of the democrats and
enthusiasm of the republicans. It
would not surprise me if Boies is de-
feated by 20,000 majority. In not
a single middle or western state is
democratic success possible this year
President Cleveland has paralyzed :
large element of the party by his
fight upon silver and the democratic
congress did the rest. In the event
of the republicans endorsing the pop
ulist ticket in Virginia, O'Ferrall will
have a hard fight to win. He strail
died the silver question, just voting
for one of the amendments to the
silver bill and following that vote up
with another for unconditional
peal. Senator Daniel may be able to
pull the state ticket through by bis
eloquence and his masterful fight for
the white metal. In New York,
where secretary of state and other
minor officers and a justice of the su-
preme courts are to be voted for,
Senator Hill will lead the fight, and
may win, despite the mugwumps and
the gold-bug journals. The outlook
is very dark for democratic success
in any quarter, however, this fall
Watch the returns and you will see
that I am a true prophet"
Much thought and
^xditmtau>n have oc
/"currod among the
good and the wise.
The nubjcct has
been Dr. Fcnner'i
* CoMon Kellrf. A
saya 11 ourea too
clalma too much!
D aays the list la long, and it'a a long way
from a "corn" to a "pulmonary consump-
tion." It'a trifling with "human affliction." C
hat the solution! It cures only Inflammation
That's but ONE. Its got many names A corn
Is one. A consumption la another. Many be-
tween, such as neuralgia, toothache, burns,
rheumatism, diarrha a, dysentery, Cui, ete .ete.
Cure the Inflammation. In any of these, and the
disease Is gone! Fault's with the naming-
remedy not to blame! Treat It fairly. OItc It
s chance. The Doctors don't cure consumption
This 1b the "last chunce." Try It Read the
Mrs. L. C. Smith, No. 30 North Washington
St., Rot-hester, N. Y., writes: "Nearly all my
relatives have died of consumption. I was un-
der the bun of the same dreud disease. Had the
wasting of flesh aud the 'hectlo flush.' I final-
ly began the use of Dr. Fi nner'a Oolden Relief
and am fully
of lifs there would be." Write her. She knows
Required by President's Proclaina-
Hon of August 1«, I«S«, preparatory to
occupying or entering upon the land-
iif the Cuerokee Outlet for the pur
pose of tiling a Soldier's Declarator}
Malement In person.
Booth inT R
I, or County.
and State or Territory ol
do Hoiemnly declare that 1 leneJ foi
a period or in the army of
the United State* during the war ol
the lebelllon, and wa*> honorably dis-
charged therefrom, as shown by a
statement of such serf ce herewith,
and that 1 have remained loyal to the
government: that 1 have not perfect
ed a homestead entry for lbu acres o!
tand under any law except what n>
Known as the commuted provision of
i certify that tne foregoing declara-
tion was made aud subscribed before
me this day of 1893.
Officer in charge.
Reqcired by President's Proclama-
tion of August 19,1883, preparatory to
entering upon the lands of the Chero-
kee Outlet for the purpose of filing a
•Mjldicr's Declaratory statement as
So „ ^
Booth in T N , B
I, of desiring
to enter upon the "Cherokee Outlet"
for the purpose of filing a soldier's de-
Notlce For Publication.
tJsiTED States Lasd Ornci at Oklahoma
Citt.O T.July 31,l«tt.
VOTICR Is hereby given that the following
i" named settle?r has fl ed notice of his in-
tention to make flnal proof In support or hi
claim, and that Said proof will be made before
the register and reeeiver at Oklahoma City.
O. T. OS Sept &. IBM. vis: Francis K. Allen,
for the s e \ of sec. 35, tp. 13, r. Jw,
He names the following wltiiesses to prove hl
contiououa residence upon and cultivauon or,
said land, vlx: ,
Shannon Buckmas er. -Jasper A. Adams,
Scott Carroll and James Mitchell, sll of Miller
Any person who desires to protest agsin"t
the allowance of such pr of. or who knows of
sny substantial reason, under the law snd the
renditions ol the Interior Departs ent, why
such proof should not be allowed, will be given
an opportunity at the above mentioned time
snd place to cross-examine tne witnesses of
said claimant, and to sffer evidence in rebut
tai of that submitted by clsimant.
Ii D Leach. Register,
first publication August L 1HB. **
ATTORN aYS-AT LA W.
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Will practice in all the courts.
Attorney at Law
Collecting Agency in Connection.
Boom 6 Equity Building.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
(SPCCKSiOBS TO OKLAHOMA BANK.)
Cx^PlT^L. - S SO.OOO.OO.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Accounts of merchants and farmers solicited. Weguaraut^e
courteous and liberal treatment.
J. H. EVEREST. T. J. SANDyORD
Everest & Sandford
Practice in all courts. Special at-
tentions (riven to land office practice
Office 2d floor, Land Office Block.
Dr. & Mrs, Davis, D. D. S.
Notice For Publication.
Lawd nci at Oklahoma Citt, O. T.
August I), 1^8. .
Nt/1 h-K is hereby ffiven that the following
named oettler has tiled notice of bis inien-
I aratory statement under motion;
;W and ZV/.l, V. >. U. S.. wnt of
• do berebv declare that
I have no interest or authority.in the
matter, p'esent or prospective, be-
£ rTS? dDec1£:I Tond the'Blind of such "declaratory
atory statement inder section £M of -tatement as the true and lawful at-
tl.e revised statutes, or made or com ^
muted a homestead entry since Marco
that 1 have not entered since August
30, 1890, under the land laws o! Hie
United States, or tiled upon, a quan-
tity of land agricultural in character,
and not mineral, which, with tin
tract* now desired, would make more
thin :i2U acres: mat 1 am uot the
owner in fee simple of liw acres ol
land in any slate or territory: that 1
have not entered upon or occupied,
nor will I enter upon or occupy, the
lands to lie opened to settlement b>
the president's proclamation of Auk-
ust 19, l#W, in violation of said proc-
lamation; that 1 intend to tile a
soldier s declaratory statement up"n
said lands, which location will be for
my exclusive use and benetlt, for the
purpose of my actual settlement and
cultivation, and uot, either directly
or indirectly, for the use and benefit
of any other person.
I certify that the foregoing declara-
tion was made and subscribed before
me this....", day of ,1893.
Officer ii charge.
Examination of City Teachers.
There will be an examination of ap-
plicants for positions In tot city
schools September 11th and 12th.
The examination will commence at 9
a. m 'In the high school building,
E. L. Hallock,
1 certify that the foregoing decla-
ration was made and subscribed before
me this day of ,1893.
Officer in charge.
Note:—If the party has made an
entry or tiling since March 2, 1889, to
which he is unable to perfect title be-
cause or a valid adverse claim, or
other invalidity existing at the date
of its Inception, strike out tne words
• died a declaiatory statement under
sections 23i>t and 2.109 of the revised
statutes, or made or" aud insert in
the blauk space "that 1 have made
an entry or tiling since March 2, 1889,
but have failed or am unable to per-
fect title to the land covered theteby
because ot valid adverse claim or oth-
er invalidity existing at the date of
Required bv president's proclama-
tion of August 19, 1893, preparatory to
occupying or entering upon the lands
of the Cherokee outlet, for the pur-
pose of making a homestead entry.
' ° Booth InT N., R
being desirous of occupying or enter-
lug upon the lands opened t" settle-
ment by the piesldent s proclamation
of August 19, 1893, for the purpose of
making a homestead entry, do sol-
emnly declare that 1 am over 21 years
of age or the head of a family; that 1
am a citizen of the United States (or
have declared my Intention to be-ouie
such): that 1 have not perfected a
homestead entry for 160 acres of land
under any law except what Is known
as the commuted provision of the
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Kefrtsi#r and Receiver at Oklahoma City
on September l*th, J*w. viz: Edward Orne
for the lot* < and 4 and s X n w 1-4 sec 4, twp
"lie"names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and cul-
tivation of. said Isod, vii:
>t. 0.thurcb, Frank HsrrAh, H.N Duu-
Isp, James Walker, all of Oklahoma City, O*
A.ny person who desires to protest ajralnet
the allowance of such proof, or who knows of
any substantial reason, under the 'aw and the
regulations of the Interior department, why
such proof should not be allowed, will be
riven an opportunity at the above mentioned
time and place to cross-examine thowltneases
of said claimant, and to offer evidence In re-
buttal of that aubmltted by claimant.
B. M Dillbt, Register.
Plr*tpubllcatlon Aug. 15, 18W.
5. tj. Jyirkpatikk, 9). 2). c)
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Graduate of Chicago college of Dental Surgery,
Office in State Bank Building.
Grand Canon of Colorado Klver.
On the Santa Fc Route, in north
em Arliona, 1,203 miles from Kansas
City, Is the town of Flagstaff. A tri-
weekly stage line runs from Flagstaff
to the Grand Canon of the Colorado
River. More than a mile in depth,
tills Is the subllnicst of gorges—a
Titan of chasms. Twenty Yosemltes
might be hidden unseen below, and
Niagara would look scarcely larger
than a brook.
Don't fail to visit this first wonder
of the world. You can "read up"
about It by asking G. T. Nicholson,
G. V. & T. A., A. T. A S. F. R. R.
Co., Topeka, Ras., to mall you a free
copy of an Illustrated book describ-
ing the terra Incognita. The book Is
no common aiTiilr; but Is entertaingly
wrUten, beautifully Illustrated, and
a gem of the printer's art.
Cherokee Strip Maps.
The latest published map of the
Cherokee Strip and Oklahoma is now
on sale at the Times-Journal office.
It is a large colored may, sectionlted,
showing water courses, railroads, di-
viding lines between $2.50, Jl.SOand
*1.00 land, and all Important points.
1'rlcc, 15 cents.
A. W. MURRAY.
Has a nice fresh stock of Fancy
and Staple Groceries, Flour, Feed
Deals in Country Produce. Goods
delivered free and promptly. .No.
122 First street.
Corner Main and Robinson.
Residence adjoining Office.
Water! Water!! Water!!!
Hereafter lawn sprinkling will be
confined between the hours of 6 and 9
o'clock a. m. and 5 and 9 o'clock p. m.
This together with all the printed
rules of the company are to be strictly
enforced, and any violation of them
will subject the consumer to a pen-
altv of having the water turned off
and in no case will the water be
turned on without payment of ti
charges for turning off and letting on
Oklahoma City Water Co.
CHFAP FOR CASH
At the Star Livery Stable.
T. C. HOUGH.
JEWELER & OPTICIAN
Watchee, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds and Silverware
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
OKLAHOM \ o rr
J. H. Wheeler,
Bank of Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Capital Stock, $50,000. m
Surplus Fund, $15,000,
Daniel F. Stiles, President.
Edward W. Dowden, vice President.
F. L. Dobbin, Cashier.
L. A Gilbert, Ass't Caslil*r
PAINT MAN UFACT Oil 1
of Oklahoma City. The only way
by which you can obtain strictly pure
mixed PAINT, in any quantity and
any shade. Four quarts to a gallon.
WaND'S drug store.
DR. JOHN FEE,
Consflltin£ Policial and Surpn.
OCULIST AND AURIST.
Office—Room 9 Lion Store, corner
Main and Robinson streets.
H. C. ST-JOHN,
j Lawyer & Land Attorney.
Office, Equity Building, Grand Av
CHAS. H. EAGIN,
Office in Ratchelder building, cor
Grand avenue and Broadway.
Blacksmith, Carriage and Repair
We have the best shoer in the city
also the finest wood-worker in the city
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
No. 112 Broadway, South of Gil-
ispie & Frick's,
CIlKltOKKK STRIP MAPS.
The Latest anil Best Map of Oklahoma
and the Strip.
The latest and best map of the
Cherokee Strip Is now on sale at the
TiMKs-Jot'RNAL office. It Is a sec-
Burr's Hotel Barber Shop
It Is the place to go to get a good
shave. The nicest fitted Shaving
Parlor In the city. Satisfaction guar-
HOT AND COLD BATIIS.
l)rs. Dean A; Detrick,
First National Bank building, rooms
and 110. Residence, 217 Fifth Street
homestead law contained In Sec. 2301,
R. 8., nor have 1 made or commuted tlonlied and colored map, showing
a homestead entry since March 2, 1889 j a|| (j|c streams, railroads, trails, res-
that I have not entered since August ervatlons, and all points In the strip.
^iy"rwiU)rf>d/ :$0, 1890 ""der the land ''r> .M'"' It also shows the dividing lines be-
romedr as I bDow it, vbftt a saving United States or tiled upon a quantity . wppn i.e m 5ft SI rui and ti lands,
.wouldbe." Writ#her. sn.knowl of land agricultural In character am' tween tiu. K..&0, l.ou ana «i iana ,
of other iiimilur eases. Taken In 5 drop doses, ' not mineral, which, with the tracts and it the most complete ana vaiu-
on lump of su<far, onco in tTro hours, it never now deslrea would make more than 1 abje ujttp ever published.
disappoints. Contalnn no narcotics or miners! m acrt h; that 1 am not the owner in p | .. ( F „ je ftt U|e
poisons. Safe and certain One tablespoonful •lmnle of 160 acrefe of land in any ' 1 tAiiu*.
dose cures La Grippe. If eatlsfactlon not given, , j i,av0 not ctl- TlMKS-JoUUNAL offlCC.
money refunded. Take homo a bottle to day Htato or territory, wiai i imvo uu cu
Thirty years experience. Watch
cleaning, l; Main spring $1. All
work guaranteed. American watches
and clocks for sale cheap. 125i Main
HKNKY W. SCOTT,
Attorney and Coins lor at Law
ROOM86&6 HASSETT 11LOCK.
Wand's Big Star-
Internal and external remedy both for
[7 v<>ur diuinrlat don't keep It send fSand!
will prepay chanres. It takes the lead. I wo
bottler* will cure the moat obstinate case-
H. M. CARR,
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW.
OFFICE: Room 10, Button build-
ing, Main street. Will practice in
all the courts.
J. A. WILSON. J. B. ATCHISON.
Wilson & Atchison,
ATTONE YS-ATL AW
Bassett block, corner Main and
Broadway, Oklahoma City, O. T.
Over Press-Gazette Office'
OKLAHOM NATIONAL BANK.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. TER.
Transacts a General Banking Business
D. F. Stiles, E. W. Bowden, Henry (}. Thomas, Freeman' L. Given,
John Brogan, F. L. Dobbin and W. M. McClure.
T- M- Richardson Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LumDsr. sninoies, Sasn. Doors. Blinds
CAPITAL STOCK $150,000.
Yanls at all points on the A. T. & S. F. and Choctaw Railroads in the Irr-
dian Territory. Mills on Southern Pacific, II. E. & W. T., Montgomery
Branch and I. & G. N. Rail Roads. Prompt Shipment!. Yard: Corner
Harvey and Grand avenue.
D. C. RICHARDSON, Sec T. M. RICHARDSON, Pre
The Keeley institute
Of Ihe Indian Territory.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. TER.
Now opened for treatment of
DRUNKENNESS, tiORPBIKE AND CRM EAEITS
Call on or address C. F. McCreary, ^rotary .ad general manager
office room No. 14, Canadian Block, Grand Avenue
CHKSTBIt HOWE. T. F. 51 MECIIAN.
Howe & McMecban,
ATTORNKY8-AT L a VV.
Will practice in all the courts in the
OlHce in Eiju'ty Building.
4 II WILSON,
Paper Hanirer, Kilsomlner and Glazier*
HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER.
Good work guaranteed.
Shop No. 6J Broadway j Residence
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Burke, J. J. & Brown, E. E. The Oklahoma Times Journal. (Oklahoma City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 78, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 5, 1893, newspaper, September 5, 1893; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc93379/m1/2/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.