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U i mm phaihie HumyAiisii HH,,,fi 4niMHM land gmCt
l ! lfll II
is affected by some people, hut the
majority want none of it. Wc
make ii a point to enrry a stock uf
goods that are not only stylish in
the best aidl strictest sense of the
term, but that are neat, appropriate
and such as at all times becomes a
gentleman. Under this catagory
conies our large and varied stock of
clothing, consisti f the
Wo huvo eveiythimln the way of
Finest line of Hats and
We Will Hot Be Undersold!
H. L. COHEN,
Miss Tense Murphey,
Has removed to Rooms 7 and S,
over New York Clothing House,
where she will be pleased to meet
all her old customers, and as many
new ones as possible.
THE BEST WORK GUARANTEED.
STOP WITH ED AND FRANK
Ilt'st 20 cent ini'als in the citv. Open
iny and night. IteJa '." ami r.O cents.
hi M.IVAN A I.Mi:in I'rop'rs.
iil(a.illi riMiio-: and fon-ii-r it.-,.tj-.t .J
I ilik't unliable lialr. ulu-tlur huh, tluP.
Iliam's, (.1,., ,irinx or link, uitlmut ilU
.olora'r.j.i ii uijurv l' tin' nu.st itelnaii
ikin. It s tut Ilftv wiir tln M-cri'i
airiiiult ol KninmiM W'lLoii, acknonl
,'tllft'il ti iIi)k" I.iiih as tlia Iilirhoht autlior
il aiui the must I'Miiii'iil ilurmatoliiirlNi
I mil li.ilr KH.'Ci.ili't "Mat iir liic.l. Duriui;
nli. prliaii' t.r.i' u. . o" a life-tune amoiu
I. In iiuImKii .ji'J aristocrat) of KuriH-lt.
j,iri'i.r In J lltih ri'iiiH" Price, tii t mail
liun!v 11.11l.nl li rrtsiMiiulriKi! cunll
.lciilial Sole a eiit-. tor vmerna. -Ail $4
The Skookum Root lialr Grower Co.
oDi'tit K.fTS.iutli IMtli Aip N. York
Hikes Nursery Co,,
A HOME INSTITUTION.
All kind of Trees and Ornamental
Shubbery atlaptcd to
Small Fruits a Specialty,
For Tree Price List, send to
W. H. HIKES,
MtMi iff into .v3ffifr
tvulvu j'boPLii rent&n IN A
tinging Flume In the W.-slcrn l'urtlon if
I lie Slrln-A l,ll of tlip Victim
More ininutu pnrtletilnrs of the prai
rie lire which swept over the waster n
portion of tho strip WtH'nestloy wore
received yeMerdny. Tito lire swept
over it broail stretch of html and sev
eral scores of settlers lost their
wagons, tents, horses, ami a ntuv -r
their live. .1. T. Tlionms ami .lohn
Baker are reported to have been
caught In the devouring f Initios
ami liurniMi to tloatli, together
with two children of Mr. Thomas.
Mrs. William Harrison ami two chil
dren arc missing ami it is feared they
were burned. A woman named Thomp
son and three children perished in the
Unities and Mrs. W. A. Kennedy ami
two children were burned, perhaps
fatally. Others whoso names cannot
be ascertained were also burned. It
is said itfost of tho men wore absent at
thodifTei cut land olllces to flits their
claims, and tho chlldran and women
folks struggled against tho reglng
SO THEY WERE MARRIED.
Imlgt- l.iiitrrntn (irliuM Out 11 llitleli of
Murrlaei'n 11111I I.lrcnsi-H.
Yestertlay was a good dny in Pro
bate .hid go Lawrence's court, and lie
made several souls happy.
Licenses were granted to tho follow
Christopher C Cooper and Miss I-hlna
Cliff, both of Canndiau county.
Daniel 1 Wise and Mrs. Myrtle- M.
Ilearling, both from tho southwot
part of tho county.
Augustus Yeaton and Miss Nollio
Scnmon of C'edarvale, Kan., weio
joined in matrimonial bonds; as wore
also Samuel M. Lyons and Miss Cora
li. Smith of Seward.
PADDY SHEA WANTS ACTION.
Dcslris lo Itmli 1111 I'likiinii 11 fur 11 io Willi
Iliiliioi'U or II0K1111,
It is said that Paddy Shea, erstv bile
mascot of ttic defunct Paddy Hyatt,
de.siies action in this city. He lias
written a local friend, so it is said, de
claring his willingness to place S.'.OO on
a favorite unknown for a o with
Harry li.ibeoi'U, ilogatt or any other
local spott, at catch weights. Shea
further says lie will arrive in (itllirio
shortly witlt his man ami money.
Shea Nourished in (Inlhrle in the early
JOHN HIXON IN LINE.
lit- Im Ollrri'il
Dcjiuty i'nited States Marshal .lohn
llixon has been otrureil llie position of
city marshal of tho new town of
Itlaclcwoll, in the strip.
The- olllco commands 7.1 per month
and is considered juicy.
llixon is a hOuil man for lite place
and he will in all nrobubiMty accent
To I'rui'tlrii l.-iu.
li lice liuthrlu, the vorsatiio and
brilliant young notvspapor man, has
sold out the Ilawlc and embarked in
tho law and -real estate business at
Perry, lice is'a hustler and will no
doubt do well in his new enterprise,
but we predict that his inclinations
and early attachment.-, are all with tho
craft and thai his ilitorcc from the
profession is not peruinneut.
l'lrr This .tlornliiK
An empty box car standing on a side
track near the Capital roller mills
caught lire at 3 o'clock this morning
and wns totally doslroy.nl. An alarm
was sounded and tho department re
sponded. Tho car was undoubtedly
set on fire.
During tho run Patrolman Turner
was knocked down by a lioso reel and
suffered bevere bruises on his legs.
Tin- St.ltt-liooil Oiu-Htioli
(Jrcat preparations are being made
for tho tho statehood convention at
Purcoll, and from present indications
representatives will bo present from
every city and county save (lutlirle.
The new count'o.s of the strip will
take an active part In the proceedings
of the convention.
Tin- Don't l.lko it.
Tho men standing in the Ming lino
at tho Kuid land olllco arc still howl
ing over the soiling practices carried
on in tho lines. They claim that men
with money aro getting tholr work in
by buying oil' fellows near tho land
ollice, ami th.-y rion't like it.
The school board has secured a room
for MUs Jackson in West (luthrie, at
tho corner of Seventh and Noble, for
tho purpose of running a school for
Ladies, see that clcynnt now line of
stationery al i- R. Lillic & Co.'ts.
Wunti'il to itt-nt.
1 want to rent a four-room furnished
house for a family of three; no child
ren, and will pay a good prco for
what I want. Any one huring htich n
property will address P. O. Look ltox
Rest cigars In the city at Lilllu's
drug btore. 223tf
Tablets from one penny
Capital City book store.
The Misfit Clothing Parlor has moved
to 201 Harrison avanue, third door
west of First street. Don't foiget the
place. 257lf P. Xkwm.vx.
Subscribe for Tiik Lkadkiu
Ilootners' sttppllcs. quinine, cxtratt nily nnj orBnnIml a vigllamo com
Jamaica ginger, Ullles pills, etc AH ,,, , . ., , , ,
will bo needed In the strip. Hoy them
at Lillie's drug 6tore, coiner Harrison 1
and Second street. tf 1
Mote dealers report business' busk.
W. A, Clnte was her yflerdr from
Judge Green was able to be out yes
toiday. J. R. Ivlrkpntrk-k left ycalcWta)' lr
John Uolobio has resumed his work
on tho Capital.
ltalod cotton is rolling Into market
at a lively rate.
Judge Oeorgo Price Is holding down
a good lot in Porrr.
II. .1 Sjinoutlsof St. .loteph is m
journlng in tho hub.
Hon. L. P. lions was up from Okla
homa City yesterday.
The tool weather lias knocked the
beer trade in the head.
Chief Justice Kranlt Dale return- tl
yesterday from a visit to Perry.
Miss L. li Kimball is visiting tho
Columbian exposition at Chicago.
In district court yesterday Josinli
Hardago was admitted to the bar.
Henry Overman of Mt Carmol, III.,
is in the city looking for a location.
County Attorney A. A. Myers of
Santa Ko was in the city yesterday.
Tho Ancient Order United Workmen
hold an interesting mooting last ulghU
S. L. ISradley, register of deeds at
Pond Creek, was in the city last even
ing. J. II. Wallace ami II. J. Audrey of
Perry wore visitors to tho city yester
day. A. M McCormaek is hero front Par
sons, Kan., viewing the sljhts of too
A Chlnnuinn was In the city yester
day looking for a location for a 1. tun
uarlt Kloyd, Wichita, and I) I
Pipes, Topcka, caino in last evening to
see a live city.
Nod Cltondle was down from Perry
last night. Cheadlo's receipts at .ferry
range from $700 to St, 000 daily.
J. tl. Jloltneyer of Perry foil off of u
lumber enr at Whnrton hist evening
and sustained set ere injuries.
Dr. Kuriow lias some nicely furnish
ed dental rooms. U 111: Ln.wiKlt wishes
him rcncwotl .success in bis now nlllco.
I. II. Mitldaugh, A. T. Wolto. .1. D. ,
Truman and Harry Carlislo, Kansas I
City, were vi-ltors to (Juthrle yottcr-
R. .1. Wallace, formerly chief clerk '
of tiie local land olllco. was down from !
Perry yesterday. Ho secured a good'
Last season a wheat field of 3,000 (
acres near Put-cell in the Chickasaw
nation yielded 00,000 bushels of nriitio '
Seyti-.tl saloons ttt Perry were olosid
yesteiday on a count of tho neglect of
the propriutois lo procure county
The stock of the Misfit clothing par
lors is being moved into tho west
room on tlio litst lloor of the VLtori
Sam llltrlelgh was bltton in thu leg .
yesterday by a dog belonging to Mor- j
lis Andrews, on Capitol I III I. The
wound is not serious. I
Mtrt lilubaugli lias reopened the j
Palace hotel and is ready to servo tho
public. She lias loduecd day board lo
S3 50 net- wcelt. I
W. S. .dorffiiu is nursing a broken
arm. lie jumped from a trnln at
Perry. Stop the trains at Perry and
Thomas Rrny, a baker from Chand
lcr, avers that he was held up by an
uiikiuuii man in litis city Wednesday
night and relieved of 812-
A farmer owning a claim near town,
worth probably 5,000 was, .valuing
the btrcets in his bare feet yesterday
begging for a pair of old shoos.
Henry R Lynch of Mobile, Ala., is
in 'be city looking for investments.
He lias visited tho newhtrip towns,
hut they don't exactly suit him.
Marshal Kd Kelly returned from
Petry yesterday and resumed his work
lihe a young giant refreshed. lColley
didn't go to Porrv for ills health.
The bodies of two unknown men
were found the other day on a claim
near Perry, owned by O. i. llrown oi
tho Oklahoma City Tluies-Journal.
Oeneral Jamison, roglbtor of deeds
of '!' county, was In tho city voster.
day. The general says Santa l'o is
ooming to the front with giant stridaB,
.Mpsons and carpenters have re
sumed work on tho Victor building
and the new btructun: will biiortly be
Tin for the roofing is on
A cow with liokey pokey on its back '
created a decided commotion at thp .
horse market yesterday. Tho cow ,
broke away from it.s owner and btrugk
for the tall timber on the Cottonwood. '
Colonel IL S. Henry of Arkansas j
City was in the oily yestoftlay. While 1
en route ho btopped at Perry and I
averb that the Santa l'e road has ar-'
ranged to put in a depot at the now
Cnl Ornor nnd
II. M. Dlokorsoti re
turned to l'erry last evening to chain
down the town for the night. They
carried the glad&ome tidings that the
"prot," had been Issued nnd wore eager
for the election fray.
The citizens of Paul's Valley hold a
mass meeting last week and adopted
resolutions strongly denouncing tho
outlawry that has been practiced iu
that vicinity for borne time to the an
il yance and discredit of the comuiu-
" t""'Bl " l" ""
slor.ng good order The move was
not made any too soon.
lok and" AccuttAit List or-'
Mn or timptisiter4 hi "I'pffh
oiiifit ottwRs itntng iifiM'ti1.
iltttnrd of t:intnm.
First comimiiv to flip this morning 335.
AINrt Sf'll, o hf nw and lota 1 snd 3, at
j; 1 1-
Joseph V MfiWoum, ne V 3 .
Aseiitih h iltch, ne an 2H 3 e.
Ida M. Robinson, nw :.9W a t.
J ok a W Hentliorn, sw 2S2 I w,
Knic i: May, sw 3 201 .
William II lturneUe. neSWJe.
Ht.' A Ulep. W17 87 3 e.
Rprt V VatU. n 9 37 3.
N llll'im A DiivbII, n 8 37 8 e.
1. T Hill, sw S7 3 f.
Dm smith, sp nw ami lots 1, 9 and 0, do
: i .
M 1! Patrick, nws 30io.
V L Patrick, sw P an p.
J T Morgan. s IT so t .
Let I Horner, nw swsTSe.
Prank 1) Wood. w 3 23 ? .
Lut her M WlNon, sw i; 3 t p.
John W Jones, sp 7 37 3 e,
Charles OKin, n hf sw 10 37 1 p.
1'rniik Moffatt. s ."! 3 w.
Andrew V Adatnt), st 3 3fl 2 w.
John W Rook, s hf lie and lots 1 and 3,
3 3rt -' w.
Oakley Maxwell, sw 33 2fl 2 p.
L A I'WniBti, se 21 3.1 1 w.
IMmoml J Rlfliuiil. nw 27 2. t w.
John W. SMiliu. nw 2n 2d 2 p.
Amos- Mi-user, so 22 25 1 w.
Jo.h Abliott, sw 11 33 1 W.
Samuel l'miner. up 31 3W 2 p.
Robert A Hon art), sp 21 32 3 w .
Jamex tl Lochi' , nw 27 22 2 w .
Alc M Scolt. mtSS'M J p.
(laadp S hltlcsay. s 31 20 t c
(Jpo li'prlirarlip, s It sw 14 20 I p.
.Suuincl W NpIsoii, ii li sw J4 2li I p.
Jjiiueo A Cokinaii, up 3."i 28 2 p.
Deo i Smith. s r 24 2 w.
Frank lluiiiihries: s h up and lo's 1 and
2 2 2.1 2 w .
I Wm H llllle, lit-12 21 I w.
(Jpo M Thoiuiison. ne2t '.HIS p.
i Jacob Ritthaier, sw j3 31 I p.
Onstav A Wldlger, nw 32 21 ) .
Jiiliits Wldlger, s h nv. and, 3 and 4
LuiiwiK ltltthalPii. sw 2)121 I e.
' Itanajy C Collins, sp 7 23 w .
John A Slniuafi'lt. nw 2.1 .'." 2 w.
(ii'o L I2uns, e It sw and Into tl mid 7 V
25 2 w .
John R I.awlng, nw 2ti21 I p.
Frank S McKrown, se 2 34 2 w,
John II Deck, s It ii-.' ami lots I ami 2 I
23 1 w.
Lincoln S Ili'tih, it hf giv 35 20 2 p.
John Huston, s litsu .;-, .i' e.
la hips M Hin wrll. 22 3n 3 e.
llt-nj Freitfli. lie 17 20 3 p.
Ldmt.ud MrKay, w 12 2 1 p.
James L mi, so 3 .'23 2 w.
I'avlil lillllluiid, se 10 21 1 w.
Mih r S'i nlo.'li. nw U2I I w.
Lfi Mit'tillitnr. nw 'Jiaiw.
Joint A Vuii' ffmcter. up 22 : 2 w.
Jtiirph A PouRta", nw 21 21 1 p.
Win l!io n, si, wai I p.
Loretiti S S Ivp'-ti-r, nw 2 21 1 p.
Frank S,-lvptei. s, 31 i 1 ,..
Win liwarl.se 20 21 1 p.
Jo'in r.uan. e .'i 'I 1 p.
Jaltie- M I la it, lie .12 21 I e.
Lilirand T Kriipp. 22 .11 I w.
Win M Roberix. up II -t w.
Win C Dunham, sw 3; u3 1 w.
.Sanc A Fli'lich, iti 35 -.11 ,'i p.
111I11 w W Ppbi'i, uv . 1 3 p.
Waller IIiikIiis, iiw H 31 3 p.
It.Moii SliU-klaiul. iip 17 212 w.
James S McCiiriuU'k, tw I 23 1 w.
Jacob S McClalu. s hf up mid lot 1 22
33 1 w .
John W Floyd, nw 20 20 1 w.
I killer tirahatit, 1- hi nw and lots 1 and 2
30 20 I w .
William l.imchhunl, sea 2n 2 w.
Arli'litus L XclkliK. up 20 2H 3 p.
ClitnlosT P.urdpu, fractlip I 30 1 p.
Whilield S Tliorntoii, sw 31 3it2 w.
William M Collins, shr se ami lot I, nw
31 '.Ml 33 w.
James It Harlter. e 7 2(1 1 e.
Joint TSIiiick. lot 11, 1251 w.
Robert 1' Cole, sw ?3,i3e.
j''iank I! Kaston, sp 1113113 e,
.Samuel I! Admits, sp is 2S 2 w.
,li)M'ih J liiirt.tai. up 1H2S2W.
Howard L Atiutns-. c hf uw atld lots I
and 2, 7 28 2 w,
H.M011 l..,p, hf uw and lots 3 ami 1, 1
33 2 w .
Stephen It Rawlins, lots 3 uud 1 and 3
i,r nw 12-i 1 w.
Adam Klehler. sw 33 20 1 e.
(feorife W nines, nw 35 8a 1 p.
UeorK I! Hunt, u hf tie ami o ue find
lot 3, 3U20 2 p.
' ' Vouugblootl, w hf nw lots H and tl.
3 1 22 7 P.
Albeit M R .lM'H.s.1ie22 35 1 w.
i i 1 1 in 111 J HoKiie, s lit tie ami lots 1 and
1 2, 15 311 I W
Irw In Mason, : w 12 27 -' w .
I William W Tbrelkeld. uw 3-1 .'2 1 w.
William R Henderson, ue la 37 1 w.
I'lauk L I'Yatne, sw U2S3 w.
I Ml tell us itryaut, uw 15 34 3 w.
John !' Rrow 11. ne 31 34 3 v..
1 Fiauk Diifet, s ti34 2 w.
I 1 'inter II ltraswell, up 20 3.) 1 e.
Win FCi .tlg.se 13 20 1 p.
i Mary R Pickett, up 3H 27 1 w.
I Ida Vlctiry, uw;'.' 27 3 p.
Sarah K Miller, tie 24 30 t p.
I R 1-: Irw in, s h nw and nw nw 13 28 3 e,
itilni A ,1oiip, lots 3 and 4 and e h sw :il
211 2 e.
' llenjainla F Carrett, sw 17 20 1 w .
1 Jo'cph KiibN in, sw 15212 w.
Sampson Jolitikou, lots I and 2 and s h
ne IS Stl 1 e.
I COXTESTR PILKI) SKPT. 2rt.
John F Williams vs M Campbell, sw 11
21 3 e.
Jtwpli M (Ireinir, vs. I D Patterson, e
14 21 2 w .
William O Stcpuenon v A K Foy ne 3i
1 27 1 w.
j John W Swearengeu vs W I) OiU.-r. nw
1 OporRp P.ccktloff vs it II Mooi-p, uw 31
21 I p.
(Icorup W Allen vs Kllxn J Howeii, uw
?! 2a 3 p.
' .lumen A Win ton vs W II McCoy, bw 15
' 21 1 w.
1 Uraust II Hall vs William Silvers, in-13
s 3 w.
Itenjainln K Idle vs Hannah Wagoiitr,
ss 0 23 S w,
Charles Harteit vs Jennie Watt, sw ft
33 1 w.
William I! Rruee vsT Raker, m 21 23
a';8" '' ""' "' v uoo"rl Mmw " ls
I KlSckroat v Alfitttl nieklnnou, ne 1.1
t t 1 .....
31 s e.
W A Johnson va IU'iirr .M Ktlllwell, e
3 21 ae.
Krcil I. Frame, v M li Wllllainoii, ue
it 3 w.
))' C liogsett v It llartliig, no iff SI 3 .
S illlam 0 Uano.Mi 1. II (irahain, ne 1!
Tliree girlb wanted a, once. Apply
at UUTlIIIIU tTl..ll I.Vl'XMIV.
Tl,n tltlll 1-1. .11. 1.... lltn l.r ... ...!
t0 m utirrilMn umWi third door
won of i'lrot streoU
Don't forget thu
1'. N HUMAN
plticu. 837 tf
If you aro waiting for fctrlp op.-ning
don't fall to buy your tirugs, station
ery, otc, at i.illlo's druj? 1.I010, tho old
reliable corner Hatrisoii and .Second
Sinoothost bhavt In thi city nt C'u-
lumblnn barber shop. None but tho
bust workmen employed.
The Misfit Clothing l'arlor has moved
to 300 llarrisru avenue, third door
west of Firt street. Don t forget the
place ,'Ttf I' M.ttMAX.
15c, ji ,jt, lci8 soll0ljl crayons, black-
board t rayons and all the leading inks
at the Capital City book store. I -1
, ,1 ''v!
'..1 1 r m ,,!,. f. t Hj hu
I .-.! I1 lnl -.,!.( t,'i ts
1 i't-ls -ttii' li. ',iiiri.c'1
pit.il ' H lit 1 ''main plMii.ni
jfiitl 1 loigo -ttjs th. lire Hiltuttt '
lsiuiti'iit i.iiuiitiiiii flttn tils u.in an
1 on tin- el, 1 1 tin sittipilii tits ol crnnk-
eri and sort- liciib. to the contrary,
An iiiiiiiteiit'onal Injustice was done
the lll'li-'s nil ntlont'd in Till Li Mini's
Irry n'l ie-iitulpncp, ypstpulav, lij
irllcclloiis ca-i upon their modp of
tratel to tlaims near l'pi-r.v. All the
ladlen are bright, modest and intelll
gent, and what was tntpnifed as a pa
slitfr pleasantry by tho correspondent,
(ell far short of its aim. Tin Lkadkii
humbly bptrs pardon
The MltiflU Inthin I'm 101 has moved
to 20ft Harrison avptnie. third door
weal of First sirppl Don't fm tret the
place. 3.v,tf P NrwM.w.
The best races In the territory at
Oklahoma City, Oetober 20th, 27th and
Itotneacekers' Unlde with latest map
o( the strip, county seats, land oilloes
counljr lines, etc.. for snlo by V. it
Llllie Co., llrnirs and Rooks. tf
lloincsopkers' irnhle and latest map,
Llio best thine out; eompawes, ol&, at
1 .lllle's tlrttjr store. if
To whom II niiijr rmiccrn:
Notice la hereby Klven that (Ipoib..
(ochi-aiip has this dm fili-d his pptltloi,
for llcpnsc to rptall lluuors In Crescent
Clty.Lr.a-anonunty.Ok. .ami that unlcssoh
Jpctlon to Hip same n rpqtilivd bv law Is
nindhytlip 1st day of October, A. I)..
13M. said petition will bo a-ranled.
(lllthrle, O. T., Heplpmtier 22, 1S03.
Joiim 11. H.wioiiotiar,
To whom it mat concern:
ISotlcp Is hereby irhpn that A. V. Ililei
ms mis uav niiii iii upiiiion lor license
to retail llouor. In ( Juthrle. Logan coiinu
Oklahoma, and that nnh oTilpcllon to
thp same as nsmlrpd In law he tllisl In
tin 7th day of Orlolipr, A.I). ISM. nld
IH'tltlon will In' Rtanlisl.
.lon.x II. II wtoiioitsr.
,. ., . ,. . County C'leik.
Ctithrlp, O. T Sept. 37, 1SU3.
Mel Ire lit h,,1i. or I'm I ilniul I.iiIh.
Piinuaiit to Hip irollons of Section liX'nAtr ,VV1, ,, f.,. K, ,t-I,-,r -. ... tl
ofthe Actof May Ith. Isiki. etitl,.,l "A,,1 J-NOW 1 CcUlV IOl hUSlHCSS it tllCII HCV
Act fo ,iii,p for lowii--ile Piitrles of rv 1 r-
nun 1,1 ..m is h now 11 in DKIItllOllia. etc
and by Iriuo of an order front the Secic
tary of llie Interior, dated March 31. is'.n
ttlP UnflerslKII'Ml trustees. Mill sell to the
highest bidder, in the city of (Juthrle
county of i.ogun. Ipriltor) td OKlahiuna
011 Satiiih.w. Oi-Tonmi 11. lssn. tin- fol
lowing di-tcribpd list of unclaimed lots
sitiiati'd In what Is known as Cittiltal
ililland Wp.h (inlhrle towusjies:
l!I.M'k 2S. lot I. 2. 3. I. -,, II, 7. S, 11, III 1 1
12. 13. 14 llltd 15.
P.lnt'k TO. lot 10.
Itloek 30, lots o. in. 17 and H.
UliM'k 31. lots I. '.', 3, t. 5, It, 7, 8, 9. Ill, 1 1
Mlock 32, lots 1. 3, 3. 1, 5, II, 7, 8. t), II). 1 1
IIiKik27, lotl.2. 3 and 18.
Itloek Ml. lot III.
Rlnck tl, lots 5, 8, 33 and 21.
Illoek ,V., lots (t, 15, 23 and 31.
Rlock no. lots 17 and IS.
Hlnek 5S, B, il. 7, 8, U and 10.
Rlock Si, lots 15 and in.
Itloek 13. lot 12.
ItttH'k t". lots 15 timl HJ,
lilock I'i2, lot 7.
illoek IIS, lots 11 and 7.
RltH'kTT, lot 3.
Kale will take place In front or Victor
building, on First street, ht'twivii llaul
Kouautf Oklahomu inenue, and will eoni
ini'iice at lo o'clock a. 111. and continue
from dav to tlav until all Hie low m,. si.i.i
Terms-of (-ale, cash -Deeds will be pn-I
pawl and di'liM'icd at the close (lf sa,., I
J. It. ). Lamhii m, ,
Jons T.Tam.ou, I
II run Mf"iii:iiiK,
rrusliesTownsltp R01111I .No 11. '
Spptt-iuber 25. ls'.i.l.
TO THE LADIES.
Mrs. N. P. Sailers has located In the
V. M.C. A. hiiildlujt, over Mis. Sanders'
millinery, w lieie she is picpaicd to do all
kinds of work In l.ulie,' toilet, 'le.tutifj lug
complexions Into dreeing, maiileure, etc.
E. H. CHANCEY. Fropriotot
Newly furnlshud and refitted through
out. Only llrst-tlasb hotel in the city.
j Speeinl attention given to commercial
Cittthriu people receive a cordial wel
come. LYNDS -
Watch this space if you wnntj
anything in our line. 1
Two-room hou-p .
VIA m 1
Six-ioom hoiihe and ham sti.oo
Iiet Inislness lot in town.
I nidi htisi ness I v t
.Six lots ami '.'-loom hon-e
Twj lots on llari lion ae
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CALL AND SEE US.
FOR A GOOD
Cleveland Ave, West of Division St,
WM. ADAMS, Prop.
VETERINARY HORSE SHOER,
D'tulo bet Cleveland audOkluhoiua bv
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Nr.xr iuiiiR 10 rosroi 1 ici
Meals served in tirst-i lass t le at all hi-ii i. ..
betuem 1 irsl and Seeiiml -
I.Ol Ir -( Hit Kit M
uivision and bpnnocr.
BUGGY WORK ATTENDED TO
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Horse-Shoer in connection,
see our plant.
Get OUR FIGURES on YOUR BILL
JOHN T. BRICKNER,
Coniracior and Builder,
Estimates furnished on Buildings
of all description. Territorial
agent for U. S. Roof Paint.
Office 109 North First Street,
OIpiipiorti of .
fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Cor. 2d St. and Harrison Ave.,
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WYCK, Prop's,
First-class livery hams at Stlllwator
Improved facilities for carrying passengers between thgt.3 two points. Tea r
always ready to start at any time In tho day and -purn at your pleasure
The bliortest and quickest route botwet- luthiio and Stillwater via J 's In
IVExllex- cSc ELitclicooK.
Delightful Rooms in Connection.
Corner Second St. and Oklahoma Avenue.
(Opp. Laud O.llco )
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Rales $2 Per Day,
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The best of teams cna
. ....iw,,ih nvcilUC,
jOpp. Laud Ollice.)