Cherokee Strip Tax Arrearages

Elsewhere will be found a card from Major Lipe, treasurer of the Cherokee Nation, notifying all persons on the strip who are in arrears for taxes to settle by the 26th of this month. Those holding cattle on the strip and claiming ranges, who neglect or refuse to settle with the Cherokee Nation, will be compelled to move out, therefore, for their own good, it is necessary that they give due attention to Major Lipe's notice.

Notice to Occupants of Cherokee Strip Lands.

All persons not having license in the Cherokee Strip by September 26th will be reported by me to the Interior Department as intruders, and their range rights disputed by me before the Board of Directors of the Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association.

D. W. LIPE, Treasurer, Cherokee Nation.


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