The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1900 Page: 4 of 10
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THE CHANDLER NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH '2, 1900.
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CflANDLKK, Okltt., I
_ Feb. 19, \m\. \
Hoard of bounty commissioners met pursu
unt to adjournment, taken January 12, 1900.
Present, Commissioners Ambers and K^tflefc-
ton and county clerk.
After securing and airanginK for rooms for
the juries of the district court, and T'ommis
sioner Robertson having arrived, the following
business was transacted, viz:
1 he resignation of J. H. Nelson, overseer
district No. I, Pawnee township, was ac-
The resignation of J. A. Hughes, overseer
district No. (V Creek township, was accepted,
and (' M. Fairbanks appointed to fill the va-
M.IH be Issued James E. (Jormley for erroneous
taxes. 18U7. paid by him on lot 14, block 44.town
On consideration of the petition and recom-
mendation for th« appointment of Thos Mcln-
tyre as trustee of Otoe township, petition is
not granted, for the reason there is no va-
The abstracter's bond of W. ( \ Hoover wjis 1
On consideration of the application of ;
(Jrimes and MoLauKhliu for certificate of .
error, the same was not allowed.
On consideration of the application of J. W.
Stroud for certifieate of error because of
erroneous assessment of the townsite of (old) i
Pursuant to an order of the board of county
commissioners of Lincoln county, Oklahoma
territory, made on the *.J0th day of February,
1900. notice is hereby triven that sealed bids
for countv printing and job work for the year
1900 will be reeeeived at the county clerks
ofllee until 10 o'clock a. M March 10, 1900.
Kteht reserved to reject any or alfbids
(iiven under my hand ami official signature,
this 24th day of February. 1900.
,1. h. undekwood,
Notice is hereby tfiven that the following
order of the board of county commissioners
was made, on the '^O.h day of February, 1900,
It is ordered that the 10th day of March,
1900. be designated as Arbor day for Lincoln
county, and that all interested in the beautify-
ing of the court yard are invited and request
ed to avail themselves of the opportunity to
plant such trees, except cottonwood, as they
may desire and select in the court yard square,
under t he direction of some one to be desig
as ac ; and tin* board beintf fully advised, it is ordered
that J. \V. Stroud be granted a certificate of
erroi against the taxes of IM H. on lots I to 24,
block I. lots 1. 5. 0. H, 9. 10. 11. 12, 13, 11 15. and
12, block 3, town
•j. h. undbbwood,
, '' V'lU"h'1- W of tDfwne®"ts atd WockT 1 "v ,he boilrd of oounly commissioners,
the peace of ( imarron township.
.1. M. Jarrett was appointed
Ponca township to fill a vacancy.
^The following official bonds were approved, j ii'Chioc'k lots B. 10. 11 and
(1. VV M. Smith, constable. North Choctaw
Henry C. Herbert, justice of the iieace of
the town of Wellston.
Albert H. VVInte, overseer district No. 2.
J. L. Pickett, trustee, ( tor township
A. It. LufToon, overseer district s. Keokuk
I. A. Cassity, overseer distriut «. Keokuk
r. M. Atkinson, clerk of Keokuk town-
On consideration of petition of Samps Dye.
et at, for public road to be located and estab- '
Itshed as follows;
< 'ommeneiiiK on the lownship line between
townships It anil 15. north of raune ti eust, at
tin- luilf section line of section ;I4I5-1 east
from thence running north on said half section
line one mile to the section line on the north
side of said section 34-15-8 east, a good and
sufficient bond having been'tlied with said peti-
tion, which bond Is approved, and (.'. \V. Slack.
II. 1'.. (lOl'KUs. and W. VV. Fresh are appointed
viewers to meet at the be^innlnK of said pro-
posed road, on the 2Sth dav of March, at 10
o'clock a. m. Of said day, and yive all Interest-
ed parties a hem-Inn, and the clerk Is Instruct-
ed to rive legal notice.
I he additional bond of.f. P. A.vars treasurer
„On consideration of the road petition of H.
It. (Jooper, et al„ the same beitii? accompanied
with the consent of the land owners attached
to and made a part of the tile, and there belnn
j of Old Stroud, in the sum of $S 1.0# taxes, and
115 II! costs, Ambetv and Itohcntson voting
aye and EtfKleston voting no.
On consideration of the application K. VV.
Boss for eertittoute of error because of erro-
neous assessment of the southwest 'juarler of
section IS. township Hi. rautre 5 east, for the
year IMiti. the board beintr fully informed, it is
ordered that u eertlticate of error be trranted
K. W. I toss for taxes on southwest section 13,
township IS. rantre 5 east for the year 18Stl),
in the sum of $5.60.
The application of Henry MeKeown for cet-
tificate of error was continue*! for further in
The board then adjourned until 9 a. m . Feb.
JAI 'OH A M IIKIUi.
J. 11. Cniibkw<«>d.
Cow. ty Clerk.
< 'handt.bb, Olila.,
Feb. 21. 19(10.
The board convened pursuant to adjourn-
ment taken yesterday, w ith full board pres-
The minutes of the preceding meeting were
read and approved.
On reconsideration of tne application of
(Irimes and McLaughlin for certificate of error.
Notice is hereby given that at a session of
I the nourd of county commissioners of Lincoln
I county. Oklahoma territory, held on the 19th
i day of February. A. D. 1900, a petition signed
I by Samps Dye. and others, of Keokuk town-
ship, asking for a view and a survey for the
purpose of locating a certain county road,
i described as follows:
Commencing on the township line between
j townships Nos 14 and 15, north of range ti east,
I at the half section lint of section No. 34, town-
' ship 15. north range ti east, from thence run-
ningnorth on said half section line one mile to
the section line on the north side of said sec-
tion 34-15-6 east, was presented, and that C.
W. Slack, H. K Gorgas and W W. Freshour
were appointed viewers, and will meet at the
place of beginning of said road, on the twenty-
eighth day of March, A. D. 1900, at 10 o'clock
a. M. of said day, and proceed to view and sur-
vey said road and iive all parties a hear-
Done by order of the board of commission-
ers of Lincoln county, Oklahoma territory.
.1. b. Cndkrwood,
Co. Clerk and Clerk of said Board.
Territory of Oklahoma,
County of Lincoln. f71" of said county.
Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day |
of February, a. D. 1900, Charity Cooper tiled in j
no objections to the same, it is ordered thatTi 11 's ordered that a certificate of error issue
public road be located and established 32 Teet Grimes and McLaughlin in the sum of 18.83
wide, as follows, viz: [ against the taxes of 1899.
Commencing at a point where section line Ordered that the water mains and hydrants
.between sections nine (9) and ten (10), town- he placed in the court yard square, and that
ship No. thirteen (13) north range No. five (5> 1 Commissioner N. H. Eggleston is hereby up-
cast, crosses Deep Fork creek, thence in west pointeS to superintend the work and authoriz
eily dire-" " •
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A. L. McLaughlin appearing before the board ; probate court of Lincoln cotnty Oklaho-
and making satisfactory proof of erroneous ma territory, a petition praying for letters of
valuation of the property: administration to be issued to her. the said
Charity < ooper, upon the estate of Thomas
Cooper, deceased, late of the county of Lin-
coln. and territory of Oklahoma.
And pursuant to an order of said probate
court, Wednesday, the 21st clay of March. A.
d. 1900. at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m. of said
creVekisixCtv<!-?v\n°!wae!'iUK Wep Fork , c°2trttCt for lllld dlre<" how the woA j tena^A.' l^'i'lSoo" of'Nsa"d probale'couniNVas
iv tiviir,i/l i 1 thence terminating thlr- ,5'f f; ,, ! been appointed as the time for hearing said
tlon No nb, > 0, V corner of sec- , lhf board having under consideration a pro- applicl tU.n, when anu where any person inter
™ L J township No thirteen (IS), 1 P<>™ to refund the oiitstandinK judgment ,.sted mav contest said petition by Uling writ-
[ se.M .n il ' east, and that so much of bonded Indebtedness winch bears six per cent ten opposition thereto' on the ground of
corner of ^..Vt' ? Vs uor,h "f the northeast interest into refunding bonds to bear five per incompetency of the applicant, or may assert
■ oiner of section No nine (9) to the south i ceDt interest, thereby saving the eounty one his own rights
tiank or the Deep Fork creek, a distance of l,er cent per annum and a premium on the
sixty rods, Is hereby condemned and vacated j amount of this indebtedness or live hundred
It Isordered that the county treasurer mail and sixty-two dollars and fifty cents, reducing
to each delinquent, taxpayer a copy of the de- the fixed Interest charges of the county of two
hundred and forty dollars per year, which
llnquent tax list, as published.
/' I . •'•-'t, U.-1 1'(11>I1>IU-U. i Iiuuuicu UUU 1WII.> Itwitiu> juai, H iilCIl
Commissioner Kggleston having reported his judgment bonded indebtedness in the sum of
action in the sale of a pony, the property of twenty-four thousand ($24,000) dollars was
one Kd Lewis, deceased, a destitute person isMUe<l to fund legal outstanding judgment in-
ights to the administration and pray
that letters be issued to himself.
Witness my hand and official seal this '2<5th
day of February. a. l 1900
! leal.) # w. l. Harvey,
(3-2 3-16 * Probate Judge.
, u"''" a charge, for the sum of
seven dollars and fifty cents (*7.50), on motion I
.l" the """ley received
into the county treasury and the same placed i
to the credit of the poor fund.
.. wWoh the board adjourned until *
m.. February ."o. 1900.
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1 'ounty ('lerk.
chamji.t ii Okla., 1
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Board convened pursuant to adjournment or
the lsith, with all members present.
The journal of proceedings of previous dav's
session was read. '
lu the matter of nhiim v<> jut ..r .
debtedncss of the county under the orders
and judgments of the district court of the
county all of which judgment bonded indebt-
| edness is hereby found and declared to be
; legal and valid obligations of the eounty and
\ to have been issued within the limitations >>re-
1 scribed by both the laws of congress and the
1 territory of Oklahoma.
And it is further found that outstanding
judgment bonded indebtedness is subject to
The board being fully advised that it has the
power and authority under the laws, and that
it will be to the best financial interest of the
county to refund said judgment bonded in-
debtedness to the amount <>I twenty-four
i thousand dollars, as aforesaid:
I It is therefore ordered that the outstanding
judgment bonded indebtedness in the amount
of twenty-four thousand (sfsiooo) dollars he
refunded into live per cent re funding bonds.
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it is now ordered that the claim be allowed ;.t
f7, and the clerk is instructed to draw a war-
rant for the same and the journal so amended
as to this action.
The journal of previous-
Territory of Oklahoma, 1
Lincoln County. \ s'
Before J. M. Clark, justice of the peace of the
town of Chandler, in said county and terri-
L. C. Elliott, Plaintiff, \
D. I!. Wolfe. Defendant. )
Bunk of Hoffman, Charles, & Conklin. a corpo-
The defendant, D. I!. Wolfe, will take notice
that the above named plaintiff, L. C. Elliott, 1
brought his action and tiled his bill of particu-
| lars before the above named justice of the
peace and against said defendant on the 16th
day of February, I90J, for the sum of $25 50, for
weighing and yarding cotton for defendant
I for the years 1899 and 1900, and tiled a sufficient
garnishment affidavit and caused garnishment
summons to be issued to the above named
Conklin. a corpo-
said D. B. Wolfe
ars before said
tid town of Chau-
- , , . . ... —„ ... uary, 1900. at 10
date on which board will appear before the o'clock a m. of said day.
district court of said Lincoln county and make j That the said garnishee has answered that it
the necessary proof and ask the court to sign \ has in its possession the sum of $49.14 in money
session was then ap-
said refunding bond*
Said refunding bond.
10, 1900, shall mature in
ball be dated March i
series running from i
On consideration of the matter of bids for twenty to thirty years from dale, divided into
printing and job work for the county, it is or
dered that all bids be rejected arid notice
given that bids will be considered at the next
session of the board, at the time and in ac-
cordance with the public notice. All bids were
withdrawn by the bidders.
ten equal annual installments, the tirst of
which shall mature on the 21st year from date
of issue, and one series or installment for each
year thereafter until the bonds are fully paid:
thev shall bear live per cent interest, payable
semi-annually, both principal and interest pay-
In the matterof bids for coffins for deceased ttble in lawful money of the United States, at
paupers, none of the bids being satisfactory to I the tlseal agency of the territory In the city
the board, it is ordered that all bids be reject- ' alMl sUUe of New ^'ork; they shall have cou-
ed ami notice given that bids will be consid-
ered at the next session of the board
It is ordered that the 10th day of March
1900. be designated as Arbor day for Lincoln
county, and that a'.l interested in the beauti-
fying of the court yarn are invited and re-
quested to avail themselvesof this opportunity I
to plant such trees, except cottonwood as I
they max desire and select in the court yard 1
square, under the direction of some one to be I
designated by the board of county commis- !
belonging to said defendant, and it appears
that the summons issued 111 this action has not
been and cannot be served on the defendant,
D. H. Wolfe, in this said Lincoln county in the
manner prescribed by law.
Now, therefore, the said defendant, D. B.
Wolfe, is further notiiied that said action is
continued by said justice to the 2d day of
April, 1900, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day. and
said garnishment proceeding Issued as afore
said for the amount set out in said bill of par-
ticulars. and said cause will be heard and tried
before said justice at his office in said town of
. Chandler on the said 2d day of April, 1900. at
attached, and shall have the lithographed sig- \ 10 A. >1. of said day.
natures of the chairman of the board and the Witness our hands this 26th day of February
county clerk. 1900.
The board then adjourned to 10 o'clock A. M.
March 10. 1900.
J. 13. UNDKBWOOD,
pons of proper dates, amounts, and maturi ies
On consideration of the application of James
K. Gormley, for refunding order for erroneous nvpr
taxes, the board being fully advised, it is or- s,
dered that a refunding order in the sum of Store.
Just received the largest, line
of embroideries, laces, and all-
laces in Chandler. Star
J. M Clark.
Justice of the Peace.
Hoffman & Emhry. Attorneys for Plntn.
It's a good sign to have a sign
for the right kind. Call at Davis'
Sign Works, opposite postottice.
Also paper hanging and house
painting. Good work, low prices.
PISO'S CURE FOR
~ OHN GOTT,
Carton's Old Stand
1 am prepared to give the 5
best terms on faj'in loans of 9
anyone in the county. Loans •
made from ti mo. to 10 years. 5
Payments i:an be made on «
principal at any interest pay-
ing date. Private money; no
delay: your patronage solicited
Ii. II. WELTY.
Is not altogether a matter of
Clothes, but no other one
thing contributes so directly,
towards gaining the respect-
ful attention of those with
whom you come in contact as
A GOOD SUIT of CLOTHES
It doesn't cost very much
more to be well dressed than '
10 go looking shabby, if you
go to the right tailor.
the Tailor will dress you well at
a moderate cost.
Chicago to Los Angeles
in only 2} days.
Pullmans, Dining (Jar,
Buffet Smoking Car ( with
Observation Car ( with
Vestibuled and electric
Four Times a Week.
^ • J* Corlclriw,
The A. T. Ac S. F. Railway,
Bon Ton Bakery
WM. SPIELBERGER, PROP.
^ Manvel Avenue
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1900, newspaper, March 2, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115914/m1/4/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.