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KNtcuHt) AT TIIK PoST-OrdCR AT Ol'TliRjr, OK., AS firco.Nfl-lLAII MattMI
ofucb or pvumcatio!. Hi,,OI, Awwi
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, TltUU SDAY MOl NINU, SEI'TKMHKU
liiimiinn - mm. m 1 1 1 1 1 ii..
11 ' m"- NO.-,,
AN AOTDL CRUSH.
The Country Surrou.1yi.12 Orlando Sub-
merged by Boomers.
Ilomeseekers From All Oyer the Union
Arrive at Orhndo on Yes
PROCLAMATION BY THE
Regarding the Sale of Malt, Spiritous and
Vinous Drinks In the Strip-
TWENTY EXTRA CLERKS AT ORLANDO
Ti lift Adili'il to tlie IIixiIIih till Mm lllllK.
Iti'KUtrtillmi PriiRri'ihlin; ulth !ri"it
l!.iilillty ,( Iclrnts ill .Still" li
ter XrM IV0111 AIiiiik the
I liootlm there yoMordtty. At noon to
j tiny 8.000 line numbcre htnl been given
I out, tuul at 0 o flock, when tho booth
( closed for the day. ?,0I0 cortlfiuuto?
I Iind been IssuciL Tlierc nro still nbout
I -1,000 people nvnltinp an opportunity
I to secure cartlflentcs, and the nutnbor
Is being Increased dally. The move
man t upon the roads In the vicinity of
tho booths causes a thick cloud of dust
to hover in the air. Tills is. of course,
extremely disagreeable and u temper
ature of 05 in the shade does not re
lieve the discomfort of the liomcscek
ors. At Stillwater, twenty miles cast of
Orlando, the situation is much the
samo as at Orlando. About 3,000 ccr
tilicatcs wera issued from the booth
there yesterday and an equal number
to-day. Fifteen hundred people were
still in line there when the booths
closed to-day. It is estimated that
1,000 more boomers still await an op
portunity to register tlierc. The
scarcity of water and the intense heat
nro responsible for the death of sev
"'lie sheriff of l.ogau county went to
Orlando last night and arrested six
1 gamblers who were swindling the
boomers. lie placed them in charge
'of u deputy and then went to Still-
I water and arrested four more The
i tun arrived at Guthrie yesterday und
were jailed. Numerous reports nr-j
i received of raids on the boomers'
j camps by thieves. Horse stealing is
WHAT IT H'll.l. COST.
ii Pliitm In
Waiting in dust and a boiling tun to
be registered. .
Thousands of boomers surround the i
booths on the strip borders nnd thoua-1
amis more ate coming.
Tho third day of registration nt thu j
various booths around t'lostr'n was'
ovun more exciting than the second
day. The erowds aro increasing by
the thousands every trin is running
by sections and is enn-yin uassongors !
from ovary fjtnto in the ni ion. 1
.... . .. . ., . .. . "V Wl llllll(.
alio uguai big irowtis ion uutiine ; Cost of lfil) acie at a.M) per aero.
, n..i. .i ..j.. . ..:.. i... I liitoret, 1 nor ei'iit on S.'.WMx'i'acrc
mr i iniiiiini viii i.ruii v. ' k ,. i v iri.ii. ... . . -. . . .
,w. w. ....... V J wU.V .j , -w. ...
jng janunod ami era(niiied with strip-1
Yosterday was u terribl day at l;e
Orlando booths. The hot wind and
scarcity of water caused much suffer
ing and tho men in line oxparioiiced
many hardships. During Tuesday
night nnd early yestorday morning
the ranks of the patient homcscoUurs
waiting before the registration booths
at prlando increased visibly and were
iiuguineiited during yestorday by the
arrival of tlB heqonrt harvest uour
glpjl, which came over the Santa l-'o.
It wag in threo sections, all crowded
to tho platform, and containod over
1.000 passengers. It is iiow getting to '
be a serious question to care for so.
many people. During the night it ,
was found that a groat many sooners
lind boon run into lino uliu.nl of the
rightful bopmei.8 there. When those
rightfully in line discovered this thoy
roscntecl it savagely, r.iul a number of
fights occurred. The counsel of
cooler heads prevailed and a plan was
immediately set on foot to spoil the
soonurV game. The whole line was
divided oil' into squads of ten men,
with a captain, and a bookkeeper was
appointed, who made a complete roll.
When the booths opened yesterday '
morning the general ollk-or of tho-liflu
n,H fit.. l.r.,L1.nrtn, ctfir.,1 lit 1 !w lfl t n I
IMul, " """, 7"T "' ; " iTIutMiulii Pu Will KiiiiTnitim and 1'urnUli
10 ine uooiu aim cuiiuu out iiiu name
and number of each man, and ho
A Pom 1'luuri'H 'OiimliiR Wlinl
thu Strip Mill Punt.
Therojai e great many people going to
the strip to take claims who have no
ide what it will cost to get one. Of
course it is impossible to figure up tho
actual cost winch includes a man's la
bor for tlio yours ho will have to spend
on tlio claim before it becomes his in
fee simple, to say nothing of the pri
vation aiut hardships he will have to
undergo. l'or the benefit of thoe
who have not studied this matter the
following tiguiesare published. (Uunce
over them ami sec whether you c.n
stand the cost of proving up.
lipMI.STI.AIl $2.50 J. SW).
Cost of filing ? 1800
Approxliuatecoit of lliial proof.... 18 (xj
, Total MHHXl
IIOIi:TKAl ?1.M) LANDS.
Waum. .1 mi.... a 10 fin
v irovf 1 uiMi v ioi'i
Cost of 100iicies.it jl.50 por acre . 210 00
Interest, i per cent on ?-M0 for llvo
venrs -IS 00
Approximate cini of llnnl pi oof 1420
Total $317 20
iiomi:sti:ap $1 umw,
Cost of filing ? 14 20
Cost of lCiOacios :it$l per acre JIM) 00
Interest, -l per cent on $Mn lor live
years 32 00
Approximate ant of linal pioof 1.1 :'()
water near by, howevfr. nnd Terry Is
that respect than her coming ritnl to
be culled Knld, on the I took Island
It Is diverting to hear tho bjomtrn
of those plnocs talk of their coming
importance as manufacturing1 cobters
at the samo time they are discussing
the ways and means of supplying
them with water for drinking pur
poses. Hut they talk about batiks,
elevators, hotels and newspapers tit
points where to-night tlio coyote barks
and the rattlesnake has nllinucO with
the prairie dog. Those, however, who
saw Uuthrio spring into full-flodged
municipal life between high noon niirt
sunset can know that this talk is more
thnn idle boasting.
mii.i. Pitmen AT KXIII.
Nicl Piirrmt, if PI Itcmt. tn Intiiilo
t lie strip In ClirlM Piiiim
ltcv. Ned Forrest, pastor of tho I'll
grim Congregational church in l-.l Itcno
has been granted leave of absence
from his pulpit on Sunday, September
17, Mint he may accept pressing Invi
tations from homo and abroad, to
preach at ICnid the first Sunday of thu
existence of the now city. In his
evangelistic labors iiov. Mr. Forrest
has preached in almost every stale in
the I'nion and when he expounds the
gospel truth at Knid there will doubt
less bo among his hearers scores who
have heard lilm preach to crowded
houses in the groat cities. This pop
ular and singularly successful pulpit
orator is a man of greit merit, nn 1
thousands of settlers at and near ISnld
rejoice greatly that l'iy will have an
opportunity to hear this expounder of
the gte.it truth in the new country at
the threshold of its existence.
lorrlNPiS OP Till! STItll,
Totnl ?228 10
C'DMJIf rixo- J '.SO I.AXIls.
Com of filing '...$13 00
Cost of 100 nen at .'..v) per acre. . . 4m 00
Interest, I percent 011 Il00 for one
year 10 00
I2trn $1.2,1 pei acre for coiuinh-
felon 200 00
AppioxlinatocoM of final pioof... 23 00
Total' frtw 00
count rixo Sl.M) ixiM.
CoM of filing $ 14 80
CoM of ICiOncios at $1.50 per acre... 210 00
IulcicKt, 4 por cent on $210 for one
ear 0 CO
Uktrn, $I.SB per acre for epiniul-
Ui v..- .,..'.... 200 Oil
Approximate cost of linal proof .. 11 M)
lotal 4711 utl
roMMiiri.vci ! lands.
Cost of tiling .' ? 1:1 20
Cint of 100 iickis at $1 pcruciu I on 00
Interest, 4 per cent on $lfO foroun
year 0 to
Kxtra, $1.25 per acre for commis
sion 30T 00
Approximate eoM of tlual pioof.... 13 20
WATIIU POIt STUIPPKIt.
stepped through and registered. This"
matter greatly facilitated the regis
tration, averted trouble, and is more
satisfactory to the men.
The first certificate issued yesterday
morning was to u si.-k woman who
had been in line two days.
When night fell at Arkausatt City
yesterday tho long lino of dusty,
ihlfsty, tired (uen nnd women sank
woni'Uy in tlio dust to um another
miserable night Hoy gathered
branches from the adjoining road and
flies wore soon started nlong the lines.
The boomers sang songs and called to
one auother, making tho host of their
condition. An old man dropped (load
in the lino at the booth during tho
evening. Ho woro tho uniform of un
The following ordor was Issued yos
terday by 0 I. llortinun, division su
perlntendent of the Santa Fc.
"We will run passenger trains into
the strip as per instructions from gee
tetnry Smith. As the water is very
scarce in tho strip and Micro is liable
to be much suffering on account of
same, I will place water cars tl p'f
water rft ICVrlr, Uildare, Cross and
WlnutoH (I'crry). to bo furnished 'reo
of char-go to everybody,
IIOW TO PATCH MlONIIItS.
TO HALT BOOMERS.
SIX HUNDRBD PAWHi:E
THREATEN TO IMPEDE H0HG8TBIDBRS
11 v inillm; ( p the Put hi III tho s-trlp.
AliiriiilliK l!Cilrt Prmn stllunter
ItPll .11 oil ll:iiiiMint.
Watrh tlm XVuter 1'lurio und Null Thru
It is believed that tho surest and
most cfl'ofllve way of catching soon
ers Is to watch the few sources of
old soldier, but h.s namo and home wntor supply In the territory. Nearly
could not be discovered. Ho had bcun el enptiri!(l so fn,r Imve boon eaugl.it
in lino pirjep Mil cv'Piinr lfora Many i this way. After petting In thoy
iiBV hupp matld sarioubly stok Mirnugh j And subslstoneo Impossible eitltor for
dxposuro to sun and dust, and for want
of proper food, ote. Hvorythlug Is as
dry as tindor, und ctoryono is praying
for rain. If rain does not come soon
groat danger confronts tlio homosouk
ors whon thoy at lust got on tho prom
ised land. The prairie is so dry that
tho least spark will 6tart n lire which
would soon spread and undoubtedly
tamsp'tlio lqssppivos.'and surely im
immense nmpunt pf propcrtlf. i the
tbomsclvas or thoir animals and nro
compelled to hunt water. It is then
and there that thoy fall easy victims
to tho t-oops. Tho water question is
disturbing tho townsito boomers not 11
little. Tho government has sunk wells
at all tho proposed county seats, but
they are not yielding much water yet;
'.f hoy may rn,uitjtufq nbpulntjon u,ntl
av we.lls can tto d.'u', bu.t- ths, is
d.oult,ful. QrMt sufYorlng Is Inovable.
llrfjuplit epntituios, hprse rat ?oon At Perry whore a oourthouso Is
1 rom llgunessoy, on tho lino f tbo
llock Island, over thu south Uno of the
strip, tomes tho information that a ""oo
b 'i iiucrs ri ( ot itlcates at t e
to be orodted, and where tho principal
oity of tho atrip Is expected to spring
up in a day, thevo aro two or threo
will-, ith 'wo or thre T fee- of ater
i acli ' ' 1 j) 'A . i 'in '
trei'j Vuti' I'lchi'il lp (It It'inilimi lti-(,-urilliif;
Don't sell your plaeo In Hue.
The boomers are booming, tru la,
1 trn la.
Twenty more clerks will be added
The Santa Fe railway has got ie
graft in nieoly.
T 1 men dropped dead In tho lino
at Arkansas City yesttrJay.
Hutlhins arc roporto.l to be commit
Mug many crimes at Arkansas City.
The Santa Fe will run 100 trains into
the strip on the day of the opening.
Ten women remained in one of the
lines at Orlando all of Tuesday night
Tin: Lkadhii made a great lilt yoster
day frpm the demand for it at the Or
It is now protty certain that not
less than 2.0,000 will roglsto.r at Mm
Two inon and 0110 woman dropped
dead while standing in lino at Arkan
sas City yestcrd.iy.
Over 100 copies of Tim Daily I.ji.uikk
were sold at the Orlando booth
A booth in Guthrie vrould have niiido
thousands of dollars for Guthrie, hut
not for the railroad.
There will be an unholy scramble at
the depot; Saturday. "All who ride
must have certificates.
Judge Womnck says tho people will
all bo registered In time if it takes a
tb on sand more cleil s.
Henry Uootzel of l'rincc Hdward's
Island Is Here to witness the rush. lie
was at Oklahoma City in lsS'.i.
When tho boys speak of having
played 11 man they mean that they
have worked him for all he was worth'
There were more njen rei)d(qg Tin;
(KApKK yesterday at the Orlando
booths than woro loading all other
A surveying outfit left Arkansas City
yesterday evening for Caldwell and
will go south ontheKoclc Island and
survey the townsito for tho Winflold
The payment of tlio interest monoy
to the Choyennes und Arnpahoos is not
yet complete. Kacli maty wonyti) quel
ciinu 01 mp, two trmos roeolvt
Pliock for SI 5. 01).
A Jolly crowd of Missouri I'oolfie
inon from Coifeyville. Fort Scott and
other points met in Arkunsas City last
night to decide on the mode of pro
ceoduro to get 100 acres of strip land
It is estimated that 100.000 tons if
fltw hay will go to wasto in li county
this fall, for the want of ronpers ami
a market Too bad. It will be noeed
in tho strip before the 'wintop pnl.
The Vnctt townsito company is nm-
bitluus enough to rcquott the Snutti
Fe "to provide it with eighteen miles
of sidetrack. From present indica
tions tho Santa Fe will havo to double
tratk its ontiro lino through tho strip
to accommodate tho expectations of
A special from Idscomb, Toxtis sysr
The Cherokee str.ip, bns 'afleotcjd m,a.ny
pf qur suUslnnMal cUkeifi. Ma,ny are
interested (n. seeming an iqtorost In
jots in tho prospective town of Wood
ward, which is not far east of our
county. This will probably become
an important point in Western Okla
homa. Appl'catlon for otublishlng a
national bank has already beon made,
and Is unrl.r co js.de. ulior. by the
r u ptr 1 .p. f ur em-
tnranre'ti itr-i; r
A report whs brought to the city last
night to the effect MU over oo I'nw
neo Indian, flUed-ith bad whisky,
were creating grout excitement near
The report .'miner stated thnP a
band of redskins had ridden to the
registration booths near Stillwater
nnd wero Intimidating the men in line.
Four miles from Mil hvnter about a
do.eti bucks raided 11 party 'if boomers,
stealing the contents of three wagons,
It Is reported that a number of
worthless Indian have been employed
by designing mc i in lie in wait and
hold till) horses of legitimate liome
steadere as they rusl. ner the plains,
after a certain few of the "men in the
s homo" havo pussed Other reports
have it Mini the linlinn bandits iiitenl
to fill up the pnths ii,( crossings in
tlio strip, thereby impending the pro
gress of strippers
Many wild rumors are afloat, but
there la foundation fur many of them.
It Is now pretty certain that a bond of
Indians will endeavor to work tlio
"allotment raokct ' next Saturday.
This plan U for lmlun to rash for
claims anu uuid the m down as allot
ment. Intending settlers should not, i
give way to the greasy red num.
vhich pulled out of
nftt-rnnon even tin 1
Coons in, 1 j h.' til! itfht, belt Ihey
shntili not get in :i light booth line
on a 'lot U Without lg l!nfeot
anti". - m
WATm AT Itftlir.
I'amrs Have Arrived ami Nett'era HI net
Agent Knullsbnry gltrea out informa
tion to the effect Mint pumps hare ar
rived at Knld and be plated In position
atonic 'lhere will be plenty of water
at Hie new town and sUlets ill not
suffer. From present Indl. ations there
will be water supplies at nil the other !
Drnwnrd In Tlinbrr Tmrk.
A young man named Albert IVarton
was drowned a ffmhw etsjetc aar
Walnut r'vr Welncaday night. He
rode his horse Into deep water, Wnea
the animal became frightened, reared
and threw him into the water.
tin tor the I.yrc,
If a feller's good at lyln' nut lyln In the
Hut lyln" like a follet ll.-s hen lyln' Is
Ids trade -In
this here blossom weather he eon fish
at his ease.
For the perch ar- gettln' hungry nn'
hi tin' bad as fleas.
NO ARMS" ALLOWED,
nil xi 1 in 1 1 1 1 pi, .j,
1 ' V ''lil l I '-i
it 1 'Mi'iuK-da 'V
-i-aatA III I Vo
The hole world Is after our shoes, ami invt 1 iniuli . 1 1
shoes, too. Von couldu'i get into anything Niter, ill In 1 1
because they iarill. hwik well and lit ell. Nolimh ,1
Itcomi-s to fiHipu'iir. lmd s. t,m, i.s a tfiidi sp.,r. ami 1.
tuuelllMl IkIiII). If Mill want Inl Ii Miur piii'Uet book In lit
he h t'iid 1 spni now -ii-dn-. come to us fot -liiii's . I i ,
nutii ,,,-m 101 inniM 111 out hi iioitr, iitistuiMs 01 pH'.furc
Eisenschmidt & Hetsc
11H WKST OKLAHOMA AVI ,.
I Ol I
1 Mil 11
. u.iiu: -
GOV. HBNFROW I98UK8 AN
Ati I'ereous Parry Intr Poiireali-il unit
Ociidb Wan pons lit tlio Strip Oppii
Ina lob Arrested.
BANKS WILL CLOSE SATURDAY.
Mntiinl Agr.'i-nu'iiti AiiiciiK CUjr ltxi(k to
Plum nn S.iiii,,,(.r !!!
All the banks of the city ill be
closed next Saturday during" Mis whole
day, und the bank nilL-iaU and clerks
will tuko in tlic rush. Shpu'd tho
Dalton outlaws enter the town they
will meet, with a clostd recept pn at
linuiicial depots. A mtituul ugn. 'itian'.
was made this morning to tli I -. ell'ecl
by baukers of the city.
Following Is n list of those present
at the lleadcr-doues wedding Tuesday
night, together with a lltt of presents
received by the happy couple, who
will reside at 107 Fast No.blo 11enue.
Tho ceremony was. performed by l?ev.
Mr. nud Mrs. ISamstiy, Dr. Trlbble,
Mosara. .Hiullill, Sum Wisby, W. A.
Muson, C. . Robins. Mont I'almer,
Charlie Hosworth, llnvllti Carter, Mr.
and Mrs .1. F. Smith, Miss Stella
Wisby. Mr. Frifhk Dehny, Misses May
Pulse, idllyuu Laux, Alice Hodman,
Pearl Duncan, Mr. anil Mrs A C.
Ilion, Mrs. Buck, Miss Nellie l'an
coast, Mrs. Miller, Ker. Miller, .(iss.
'oe l'arker. Miss Xqru ltoeder, Mr.
und Mrs . I ones, Mr. and Mrs. Heedor.
The presents wero as follows:
Dr. Trlbble. rocker.
Miss Nora Itecder, chontllc poritiorr.
Mr. and Mn Hobert Kumsiiy, doc
orated water set
Mr. and Mrs Jones, Hour chest and
Mrs. lluck, house pi an Us.
Miss Zoe Parker, water se.t
Mont i'almer, parlor lmnu,
Snn WUby, fancy screen.
F. I UiUxy, Mm Hill. Horbart
IjSiioh, Arthur llraltliwulte, Charlie
llosworth, oil painting.
Mr. M'ller, fancy vnso.
Mr. and Mrs. Itobbius, silver iiickln
Mr nnd Mrs A. C. llixuu, stand ta
ble. Mr. and Mrs. M. It. Trlbble. cloco.
rated glass set.
Miaeus Alice- ltodiuan, I.illyn Ijtux.
John Mvvajl, NtiUon btouu, half
AiiuimliiAiiHiiian, Ifort Ss'ott, ICnu.,
1 0Bminodoro&antiftmd orouhot unit.
.Mrs. Curter, worlc basket
W. A. Mason, parlor lamp.
Iv. T I'.tttoo A Co , table linens and
Ktllic I'hclps, St. Louis, Mo., crochot
Mr. and Mrs, lloeder, tuning. tbl
and. kitchen fjUuHu.re,
Frank eUJr. Jim Hill, Stelia
Wisby, Nollie prmcoast, silver curd re
ceiver. One I.tift.
Hov. W. Wimberly will be the only
pastor loft In the city next Sabbuth.
There will lie servKos at the M. K.
cliurch, south, at 11 u m und s p m.
The oUier congregations nrai ec"d,IiHy
invited to attend, tuidj take jvtrt lit the
W.vsinxoTo.N. 1). C. Bept. 12
the (loM-riior and Meeretar
Territory of Oklahoma:
Ukstlhmrjc: Yon are hereby direct ul
to take the neeearv steps to s,..hai tin
provision against earning de.idh
weapons, h recited In puragtaph -'no,
section 7 of nrtirln Wit Ihratejiil of
Oklahoma, is strict h; tnfmt4mS loth
Inst at the opeulm; ef the Cappsi(Tl
Von will give publicity !o wTMB
I Signed 1 - ,- UoMvn
S,'CH'i,ii ni 1I11' ii.l" 1 inr
(IPHMIh. l'.. Sept. ! I, lstU
Sheriffs will m etli.it the .ilo- order
and law are cnMl i-nloru'd and an'
hereby authoriml toetnplo) -ill ni-cessar
deputies to arrest tutnies .oluiiug ih'
same. Ity uitlerof
V. '. Ukxfbow. iJiiM'tnor.
T. J. Lows, (secretary.
Mrs. A. I. Sauuders wishes tj an
nounce toiler friends nnd patrons her
arrival in tho (ity after n piolouged
visit in the cast where she has secured
tho latest styles In millinery and is
prepared to suit the taste of the ladies
of this city. Opining announced Inter
on. Ill Harrison avenue. -IIHtf
n m AH If
109 HARRISON AVENUE,
Everything in the DRUG LIME.
WALaU 1jA1-1.R AT tXJBT,
Prescriptions Fiiied Day or Night- A. G, HIXON, Pr:
W I'M I ll'UOM; CONN'KCTION.-
Ci Richmond's -
-s. v - - -" Sj
! Second 1
Sanger-Lent s, the best tented shows
ever seen in tho Quaker City -Philadelphia
Uuthric Sept. 8Cth.
Coming Qn Its Own SpsciaT Train!
ts reat Kuiopeun it ml
SANGER & LENT'S
New Goods at 2nd Hand Prices
Sec our Gasoline Stoves thev can'i 1
beat. Sold right DOWN LOW.
pairing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
A. H. RICHMOND.
Oklahoma Are. het. First ami c:t,;ion
' "" HI"" !-
Big Collar Saddlery Bouse,
m:nyi i;iliis 1 ou
International Allied Shows,
Plri'iis. SIi'iiHRerlr, lllppuilriiim- and
Wll.l. KNUUMT AT
Guthrie, Wednesday, Sept, 20,
SI a Is
Harness Bridles, Whips
SADDLES FROM $2.5t) UP.
See our Mammoth StotV. Don't buy until you get our j.ric
member the number, 111. llarrisxin avenue Sign Hig Collar
CAPITAL CITY BOOK.STOHEl
BEADLE'S BLOCK. -
150 World's Distinguished Arenic Meteors!
iit Kiim ,UIM llriikta.
lauy .Speclmetm of Secii-i Xcer ltefuji'
Seeii In Amerii-q.
A full Jing, gf yopki:. Stationary, News, CL
' Supplies always on hand
H. A. BOYLE, Pro-
LOOK HERE !
A I Inst of 'vw.(tuii-. Surprise
A.UU MKW FBATURBSI
AUTISTIC PBEnLESS. PURE.
Fur particular fck vbrlous sdviirttslna;
indlinin. Two t?ruiiil ishlhltloiiH dally.
Dim ii- uK'ii ut 1 und 7 p Ui.
Tllh I'l'M. AM TIIIJ
the I,ittor but Nut In tin,
A notieonWe fouturo of tha forth
comlf,' oponiug' of tlio htrlp in tho large
mitnhor of Southern tltirkie who In..
tnd to mnhe the ruce for liomojf in
tho new land. Krcry tni!n an my ul
tho points of riWutravon uulonds
mecriuc DO.. Iiui f dtrUiek
ta 'he c achts of the "innta Fe I ("am
Watch this s,jiacc if you want
an) thing in our line.
A horse or horse and
trade for town property.
A running maro and saddle to
trade for town propeity.
Deeded fjrui in Logan count ' to
trade for town property,
I. ilWng house, furniture and
fixtn.i r isle.
l''ruib fo ule and cnt
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CAUL AND SEE US.
The English Kitchen
THE OLDEST HOUSE AND ONE OF THE BEST in Ue
.Rates $1.25 Per Dw. Board Mm
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