J. A. Ware Jr., Oklahoma, 1901

Names of Purchasers and Price Paid in Anadarko on Thursday and Friday

The sale of lots did not move along very lively the first day. The work
of making out the certificates was new to the clerks. Each purchaser
paid his money and received his certificate before the auctioneer would
offer the next lot, and thus all possibility of error or mistake was

S--- three lots were sold on the first day of the sale. The highest
price paid was $165; lowest price $35; the average being $59 per lot.

Ninety-one lots were sold on the second day. The highest price paid was
$1,000, the lowest, $25. The parties who purchased the highest priced
lot - half-block - will proceed at once to erect a cold storage plant.

Sale of Lots in Anadarko, Aug. 9, 1901

Ware, Jr., J.A.  Chickasha, I.T.  $375

Anadarko Tribune
Aug 9, 1901

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