The Stillwater Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, April 21, 1905 Page: 1 of 2
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(a Nobto county was noi in rw
tor aaaakm. This vu waftnxl
tried apin h) Uw mum court aod
Mr. WUaoa left Me place of buri-
nee». went to Bumrit'a livory u>en got out a writ of habeaejoo tbefTih in*.
country to look at a piece of land. | m Oklahoma priaoner to Im* overruled, and cause set for tria
*** prieonment in a Kansas peniten- April 27.
tiary. The supreme court up- Territory vs. Peter T. Carter,
held the imprisonment and re- Shooting with intent to kill De-
fused the writ. Another writ fendant not present and bond for-
was sought shortly afterwards felted in the sum of $600.
which was also denied. Heap- Territory vs. Frank Miller,
pealed to the supreme court of I Selling liquor to minors. Dis-
the United States on the grounds missed on motion of acting coun-
that the courts of Oklahoma had ty attorney,
no right to convict or try him, as Territory vs. Lon Levelling.
granite from the quarries of
Granite. Greer county. It will
be built in manner known aa
"slow burning construction"
The saddle horse was staid and
trusty and the gentleman rode
away, as developed, to his home
on Duck street Mrs. Wilson at
home was just starting out from
the front door to go down town.
By chance she heard a wound at
the roar door and she turned
back to investigate. What was|
her sitonishment and anxiety to.________________ __ ______w________
aoe h* husband there, injured, crime with which he was (Selling cigarette papers. Tried
by jury. Verdict of not guilty.
______ _ ______L A. Gallant vs. Oaoar M.
Physicians | ecre hero. This writ was also I Adams and 0. A. Harvey. Ro-
denied. He now asks a writ jptovin. On trial
from the district court of| Tuesday.
Lsavenworth county, Kansas, |, Alice V. Carter vs Prank R. Car-
_ _ ► na-
and imprisonment, alleging eon-1 gleet of duty,
spiracy to imprison him, claiming I J. H. Hurst vs Emily J. Hunt,
that some of the papers in the Divorce. Decree granted plaintiff
care*were forged. Ion ground of abandonment, end
nary building materials, solid
floors, beam and ceilings and
solid partitions. Heating will be
from the central boating plant,
lighting from the electric fan
blast system of the electric plant
of the institution. The building
will contain the departments of
a successful bankmr in Osar
freak, Okie., has offered a beau-
tiful silver, grid-lined cup to the
bleeding, unconscious, rowing charged was committed on gov-
in pain but unabls to speak an eminent land, the government
intelligent word, r~-1^ —
Murphy and Yatee were soon
summoned. Examination dis-
closed had bruises about the________ _ f __ # ^^ „
h^, be^ i^ht upper leg and to raise the question I'ter. Divorce. C--
thigh and left ankle and a h«n-1 of the legality of his conviction plaintiff on fbe ground of gram
Urn events will be aa fellows:
100-200 and 440 yards dash; two
arils, one mile and one half mile
run; running high and running
broad jumps; pria vaunt; discus
and 16-pound hammer throw;
16-pound shot put; 220 and 120
yard hurdle; one mile bicycle
Each event counts nine points;
tion of the institution. It is the
aim of the board to make this
new building the finest and beat
of the college buildings and to
and one for third. The class the limit of their bast efforts and
winning the greatest number of I judgement and the appropria-
points will receive the cup. The j tion this will be attained. It is
Athlete winning the greatest the wish to provide a fvpptr
number of points will also receive roof and will be done if in the
a prize. The winners in these scope of the means. A copper
ocal event are to be honored by roof is an expensive roof at the
yeppw^ting the college ^in^e start but all-enduring and always
n Oklahoma City, May 19. the everlasting finish. The new
Special rates have been made shops will be built directly north
by the Santa Fe and a great at- of the present shops where, the
tendance is expected. The con- old granary now stands, running
test is to be held on the college along the west side of the road
athletic grounds and to begin leading to the athletic field. The
promptly at 2:90 p. m. Every- gymnasium will be an extension
body should turn out and give of the shops at the north end for
the college and it’s athletes a the present. It can then be con-
rousing reception. Admission to verted into shops when money
grounds 25 cents. can be expended for that grand
which looms bright
Of the skin or broken bones opera house Wednesday evening George H. Foster, trustee, vs
would almost dismiss the theory 'twere hard to tell which was the Payne County of Perkins,
that the horse had kicked or most funny. We will mention Recovery of money. Application
trampled him. I one or two of the funny scenes I for continuance overruled.
After something like ten hours and leave to the lively imagina- r. b. Blair vs Bank of Lawson,
of unconsciousness, Mr. Wilson tion of any one not present to Recovery of money. Leave
was able in a brief lucid interval I think,it over and determine. granted Bank of Yale and Patrick
in the night, to explain to the There was a business man McCarty to intervene,
anxious watchers at his bedside about town with his wife in the Rice vs Vinson. Motion, to
the circumstances of his accident audience, perhaps, whom the quash service of snmmonssustained
and then again relapsed into a Professor • “put asleep" in a and cause dismissed,
comatose condition.. Mr. Wilson chair and beside him placed a Territory vs Wells-Fargo Co.
said that just as he had the horse broom" with a man’s coat about Express, motion to qnasn service
tied in thte stable a cat jumped it and suggested that he would of summons. Under Advisement,
from the manger alongside the wake up in the park, beside a Wednesday
horse almost in the animal’s face, beautiful young lad^ to whom L. A. Gallant vs Oscar C Adams
Simultaneous with the jump ofthe he would make desperate love, and O. A. Harvey, Jury returns
cat the frightened animal most It all came true, the gentleman | verdict for plaintiff for $150.00.
naturally kicked at the cat strik- made love so gracefully and beau-
ing Mr. Wilson, throwing Jiim to tifully that ’tis a wonder the
the ground with his head against in aminate broom did not respond,
some projecting building materi- Beside him sat a Guthrie city
als. How he managed to get editor still "in maiden medita-
from the bam he could scarcely tion’’ if not quite fancy free,
tell and that he did get out alive yet, he held and fed a rag doll
was a miracle, as he remembers with a spoon from a tin cup as
that the horse kicked several handy as an own father in the
times. The unfortunate man watchful hours of the still night,
had barely strength by heroic not omitting an occasional cuff,
effort to reach his door. He is so truly natural,
yet in a precarious state, con- A six-footer named Bill said he
scious only at intervals and his was George, insisted he was
family and many friends are ex- four years old advanced to the
tremely apprehensive and anx- front made his little bow and
jous spoke "Mary had a little lamb, j
J. E. Moore, Treasurer of Para- lamb” in good eighteen-months- j
disc townsqip was in the city ° N«^ess to say the opera
Thursday transacting business ang was rent With laughter, j
making a few social calls inclndind Why, people nearly fell off their
the Gazette. chairs with laughter. 1
and claims 128 to 212 toduaha am
■alary fund wan read mi an
roll csfl councilman fsund voting
yea were: Briton, Beery* Hhr-
Stallard and Smith. Ordinance
No. 1015 declared duly passed.
On motion adjournment was
streets, on Saturday evening
last, handsomely entertained a
party of friends.
Whist was the amnsement of
the evening four tables of players
participating in the fascinating
game. Dick Bennett proved the
champion of the evening and re-
ceived the head prize, a deck of
fine playing cards. Mrs. Bennett
captured and carried home the
foot prize, a suggestive toy goose.
At the proper hour, cards were
aid aside and fine refreshments
served in two courses.
The guest entertained and who
thanked their host and hostess
: ’or an exceedingly pleasurable,
social evening were: Mre Eva
Lyon. Miss Danah Smith, Charles
Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
in the vista of the years of the
The plans and specifications
are being made for the
Dr. B. F. Michael some ten years
ago was advance agent for the
“Wonderful Fontanas,” has since
kept up the acquaintance and num-
Prof. and Mrs. and Miss Fontana
among his esteemed personal
One night is all the time neces-
sary to prove that Pineules is the
best remedy in the world for back-
ache and all kidney and bladder
troubles. If you have rheumatism
or any other blood disease a single
Territory vs L. D. Weaver.
Selling liquor without a license.
Tried by jury; verdict of not guilty
under the direction of the court.
Territory vs Glick Lumpkin.
Selling liquor without a license.
Tried by jury; verdict of not guilty.
Milo H. Wittaker vs F. S. Fisk
and R. F. Fisk. Set for Apri 25.
R. E. Blair vs Bank of Lawson.
Recovery of money. Cause N tried
by the court. Jugdmentfor plain-
tiff for $207.79 and costs.
Francis M. Hall vs Gracie Hall
and Elsie M. Hall. To cancel deedf
Set for April 28.
Edna Piano and Organ Co. vs E.
E. Hopkins. Bankruptcy. Set
for April 27th.
Bank of Cashing vs John H.
jones. Sait on note. Interplea
strikes from the filer.
building for submission at the
next board meeting and hoped to
be ready for contract bids by
July 1, and contracts let during
that month. The shops and gym-
nasium will be built by the
Ouita the “Marvel” with the
dose will give relief.
Frank J. Wikoff recently sold a
farm in Marshall county, 111., sit-
uated between Peoria and Streeter,
160 acres for $iso.po per.. This
was all right of a land legacy. The
farm had .been in the Wikoff family
since it was bon?ht for $15 ptr
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