The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1894 Page: 4 of 8
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lilt UIANHLER NEWS.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN CO.
H. B. GILSTRAPJp
F1UDAY, JANUARY, l!)th, 1894.
The station of Wharton will here-
alter I*) called Perry.
The democrats will have a statehood
convention at Perry on the 24tli.
Will. Little is doing some very
good work on the Guthrie News.
It is not to late even now for delin-
quents to pay up and restore our con1
A. G. C. Bierkr of Guthrie has been
appointed one of the two new judges
A new paper known as the Cana-
dian County Republican will be estab-
lished at El Reno soon.
County "q" claims a population of
3,500. Of this supposod population
1,300 reside in Pawnee.
The Stillwater Eagle and Gazette
have joined hands with the purpose
to strengtening Payne county repub-
Hon. T. D. Flynn has introduced
a bill asking for an appropriation of
t'.OOO for the development of a territo-
The Jordan Jarrnal, balling from
Cleveland, "Q" county, is on hand.
"Jordan Is a hard road to travel" but
we hope the Journal will not find it so.
If the papA-s that are abusing Edi-
tor Hens'.ey, of El Reno, showed as
much enterprise find ability asJiis pa-
per does their talk would be more con-
The commission which is to treat
with the five civilized tribes in regard
to a change of government has arrived
it Muscogee. It is hopod they may
enjoy their outing.
That was an old-time frontier hang-
ing bee at Russell, Kan., t!iaother day
where a niob hung three men to a
railroad bridge. The dn-eased had
foully murdered a , i^piprtnion.
Hark, dn you hear the muttering of
the thunder? The democrats of Okla-
homa are threatening to organize a
democratic press association. What
has become of the one they had?
The Perry Hustler shows up again,
this time illustrated so generously and
wo'-derfully that one Is Aladdin's
l amp in order to assist the imagination
n realising the wealth and grandeur
Norman promises to beoomo an ed-
ucational center. Already it possesses
the territorial University and a lead-
ing business college and the M. E.
church is arranging for tho erection of
an academy there.
Scott Harrison, a brother of the
ex-president, 'but a democrat, was
nominated by Cleveland as surveyor of
the port of Kansas City. His confirm-
ation was defeated by the democrat
senators of his own state. They had
become possessed of a stolen ballot,
purported to have boen cast by Mr.
Harrison in which it was shown that
he took tho liberty of voting for his
brother for president In '92.
This is a synopsis of the Hawaiian
matter as stated in a democratic daily.
The seal of the secerecy Is removed
from the state documents, congrdi s is
free to act; ti,i president offers neither
comment nor suggestion. How hum-
bly grateful are we. as Americans, that
"congrcsj is free to act" aud how es-
pecially and eranestly thankful that
the president has refrained from of-
ferring advice and comment.
The I'd!tor of til© New York "Sun*
on the Iiieome Tux
"For the democratic party, the party
which for a quarter of a century has
been demanding the abolition of the
war taxes, now to declare in favor of
the most un|>opular of war taxes means,
simply, disaster," says Chas. A. Dana,
editor of the New Yorlj .Sim, in lkiao-
rcst's Magazine for February. "It is
astonishing that many of the very men
who are backward about upholding the
system of taxation set forth in the
Chicago platform are open advocates
of the income tax, which is not oven
mentioned in the platform. The popu-
list party, of course, stands up for the
income tax, and very naturally, for it
is a socialistic tax. its chief purpose be-
ing to discriminate against brains and
thrift. Would not the democracy, the
party of equal rights, of equal prive-
leges, put itself in a foolishly inconsist-
ent light by appearing as the champion
of discriminating and unequal taxa-
tion? As an instrument for raising a
small amount of money with the larg-
est amount of discontent, the income
tax leads all taxes. If the democrats
want to carry the congress elections in
1894 they would better leave this un-
popular and dangerous measure en-
Proceedings of the Board of
CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK'S SEWS
Report* of County and Township Offi-
cers Uecelvod, Bills Audited
and Allowed, Contracts
* Let, Etc., Etc.
No. 18. William McCain
witness fee® Ter. vs. M. A. Shg
" 4. John Todd
witness fees Ter- vs. W. L. King .50
" h. K. A. Reeves
witness fees Ter. vs. McDuff 2.00
•* 19. C W. Meyer
witness fees Ter. vs. Frank Col-
" 10. W. Ij. Lester
witness fees Ter. vs. Frank Col
" 11. Hugh McCreary
wltne <B fees Ter. vs. Frank Col-
lins • ~-60
14 ia. C. W. Meyer
witness fees Ter. vs. Ilenry Col-
•• 13. W. L. Lester
witness fees Ter. vs. Henry Col-
ilng . 2.50
•' 14. Hugh McCreary
witness fees Ter. vs. Henry Col-
lins 9 2.50
i* 3ft. John Q. Miu:on
constable fees Ter. vs. D. John-
son, a Perkins et al 2.50
•' 38. Rudolphus Smith
constable fees Ter. vs. Kebolt 4.40
•' :it. a. J. Perkins
witness fees Tor, vs. C. Kebolto 73
•' 38. Louis Davidson
witness fees Ter. vs. C. Kebolte .75
'• 39. J. W. Shafer
witness fees Ter. vs. Kebolte .65
" 40. P. M Marshall
witness fees Ter. vs. C. Kebolto .72
\ 41. Douglas Johnson
witness fees Ter. vs. C. Kebolte 7g
IS .' B. Shaw
witness fees Ter vs. C. Kebolte .85
188 B. k Harriman •
medical services to destitute
" 11W. B. F. Harriman
as eoponer Ter vs. J. C. Lane
et al 13.00
" T2. B. F. Harriman
medical services to destitute
On tho petition and recommendation of E. G.
Lelanil and othere G. W. Howerton wan ap-
pointed justice of nhe peace in and for Cimar
ron township, to fill a vacaney.
B. F. Harriman aud D. N. Frazier were ap-
pointed members of the board of insanity for
The board then took a recess until 9:30 A. m
January 5th iny*.
• J. B. Underwood.
Chaivipan County Board.
Friday 9:30 A. M. Jan. 5th 1894
Beard met pursuant to recess. Present the
same as on yesterday.
The journal of the previous day's session
was read and approved.
The board resumed the consideration
claims against tho county and audited and
allowed as follows unless otherwise stated
Fe. 45. H. R Woodman
hauling windows for jail I 1.25
" 47. Monitor Book & Printing Co.
blank books and supplies for Co. 6tJ,00
* «* 47. K. S. Blair
repairing of sidewalk
" 48. F- M. Burdick sheriff of Payne
county endeavoring to collect
delinquent tax warreuts 1892,
continued , not, property ite-
" 49. Mathias Hoyt.
to tli days viewing roads and
•• 50. S. N. Fisher
to 3'i viewing road and maikng
" 51. Aaron Kaue
witness fees Ter. vs. Marion
" 54. W. T. Kimberly
medical service Mrs. Allen pris-
oner in Logan county jail 13.00.
Disallowed, amount having been
allowed on former claim No. 058.
„ u5. Samuel Isaat
repairing county pump
" 57. W. H. Riner
work and material in county
" 58. C. A. Esleman
jury fees Ter. a s. Combest. Con-
tinued for further information.
" 59. Henry Osborne
jury feep Ter. vs. Borders Con-
tinued for further information
" fiO. H. C. Brunt
H 61. State Capital Printing Cq.
" 05, E. M. Rich
sawing of lumber, and hardware
furnished for bridge on sec. 3
and 10 Tp. 15 R 4
" 66. W. J. Shawcross
sheriff fees Ter. vs, Hcward
67. S. M. Clark
skilled labor on Deep Fork
bridge on Hue between sec. '0
and ll Tp. 14 R. 2
" 68. S. M. Clark
amount on Deep Fork bridge on
line betw ;ea sec, 10 and 11 Tp. 14
range 2 50.00
" 56. J. W. Newman
amount on Dry creek bridge on
line between sec. 16 and 17 Tp.
14 range 6 20.00
M 64 W W Painter Sheriff Logan Co.
washing for Lincoln county pris-.
" 71. Wm. Hosier
constable "fees Ter. vs.'.John
F. A. Ashton
making gate and railing In
August Blank Note Oomyany
1,000 lltographed Co. warrants
J32. Audley Sawyer
skilled labor on Dry Creek bridge
on line between se<^ 13-15-4 and
138, C. F. Parker, Sheriff.
fees Ter. vs Howard Flowers
163. J. W. Dauron
justices fee Ter. vs. Howard
139. W. N Warren
two windows tor county jail
" 141. A. A. Beasler
j unices fees Ter. vs. Talbert
• •• «• " Toliver
•• 164. J. W. Dauron
justices fees Ter. vs. John Shaw-
cross, disallowed, the justice
failed to adjudged the costs
•• 142. J. W. Crawford
salary as county attorney 4th
quarter 1893 260.00
" 717. [Old claim | C. P Parker
sheriff fees Ter vs. Joe Eads
" 162. J. W. Dauron
justices fee Ter. vs. Jack Wil-
• 140. c r Parker, Sheriff,
fees Ter, vs. J. Willlums
" 138. C. F. Parksr'Sheriff,
fees Ter. vs. Phoebe Toiiver
" 134. C. F Parker, Sheriff,
fees Ter. vs. ('has. Borders et al
u 136. C. F. Parker, Sheriff.
fees Ter. vs. Chas. Borders
" 127. Kuhn Bros.
groeries for destitute
" 131. Lyman Mills
express on county supplies8
" 150. C. F. l'arker, Sheriff.
postage for use of office
•• >|. (Old claim) < l Parker
sheriff fees Ter. vir M. A Sli-
gar in the sum of ?ll .65 allowed
balance allowed other parties
" 143. • E. G. Leland
justices fees Ter. vs. J. Willlms
constable " " " 44
" 144. J. C. Fletcher
hardware and'stoves in the sum
allowed less 11.25 amount allow-
ed W. H. Riner for putting !n
weights in clerk' office.
On the consideration of criminal expenedfl
accruing against the county. The following
order was adopted by the board and ordered
spread upon the journal of the days proceed-
Whereas section 28"! «<f 1 ode oi i*M i-io-
vidos among other thing5*, thut tn ; • cases
where aa , p st-'d, chargf d
with felon tiiidt >> • rt decide that
there wei not <• - - • gro uids tor suoh
arrest, and when any person charged with an
offense less than a felony shall be discharged
for want of sufficient evidence to convict, or
hind over, the prosecuting witness shall be
lluhlo aud adjudged to pay the costs.
Now tin re fore this will, notify all persous
having causts in cases where preliminary ex-
amination^ or trials are had >eforo justices of
the peace and probate court of this county
thai the board of county commissioners will
not allow bills for costs in cases where de-
fendants are acquitted, where the charge is a
misdemeanor, unless the court shall tirst ad-
judge the prosecuting witness to pay such
costs, and it shall be found impossible to col-
lect them from said prosecuting witness.
And whore the charge is a felony and the
justice or probate judge shall discharge the
defendant the board of county commissioners
will presume that said defendant was dis-
charged because there were not reasonable
grounds for such arrestf and will refuse to pay
the costs, or allow any bills for costs in such
cases, unless the justice or probate judge shall
adjudge the costs against the prosecuting wit-
nes and it shall be found impossible to collect
them from such prosecuting witness.
Tho board then took a recess until U:80 a. m
Jan 6th 1H94.
J. B, Underwood
C. A. Kelso,
Chairman County Board
Saturday 9:30 a. m. Jan 6th 1881
Board met pursuant to recess. Present the
same as on yesterday.
The journal of the proceedings day's session
was road and approved.
Tho board resumed the consideration of
claims against tho county, and audited and
allowed claims as follows unless otherwise
No. 69. George R. Partridge
justices fee Ter. vs. John Chcs-
ton $ 3.50
" 147. A. D. Wright
medicines for destitute persons 49.10
M 148. John A. Andriok
amount on bridge on lint^ be-
tween sec. 24 and 26 Tp. 17 R. 2 50.00
" 146. Am D. Wright
supplies furnished county 20.00
4' 149 George Loekhart
guarding jail quarter ending
December 3lst 1893 in the sum
of $184, allowed at 02.00
" 152 Alma D Sawyer
laundry for jail 19 30
•' 155 N McKimmey Co. Surveyor
surveying and platting W D
" 169 Mrs M M Egbert
boarding Co prisoners quarter
ending Deo 31st 1893 186 00
'• 174 M D Losey Co. Supt.
salary 4th quarter 1893 850 00
" 175 M D Losey Co Supt
stamps and express quarter
ending Dec 4 th 1893 10 00
" 165 WD Dauron
justice fee Ter vs D M Rhea 4 30
14 168 Mrs M M Egbert
meals for jurors Ter vs Bor- i
ders in the sum of #3 25 al- I
lowed at 3 no
14 173 E Deacon
sardines, ham etc for jury and
pitcher and tumbl r in the sum
of #2 57 disallowed
'• 161 D N Frazior Under Sheriff
fees Ter vs Phoebe Toiliver 4 00
" 151 Arthur Losey
copy of plans for court house 2 50
M 166 Effie (J lis trap
services county examiner 9 00
44 170 Hoffman Charles & Co
jury certificate of W J Shaw-
crosf proba te oourt vs Combest 2 00
M 202 Threon S Conger
constable fees inquest of Sarah
F Hall 5 90
44 173 E Deacon
pitcher and tumbler for Mas-
ons court per his order. Sar-
dines ham crackers for jury in
case of Ter vs Combest cor-
rected 2 57
44 157 W E Davis
constable fees Ter vs Dr Tal-
bert. Laidoover for further Id
44 167 C P Rich
for refunding tax disallowed,
refunding order on treasurer
having been allowed
14 181 C A Kelso
OAerseeing poor and mileage 14 25
44 179cC A Kelso
services as Co. commissioner
on roads and bridges • 20 90
44 180 C. A. Kelso
services as Co. commissioner
and mileage 19 00
44 1 59 D. N. Farzicr Under Sheriff
fees Ter vs "hoebe Toiliver dis-
allowed b ause allowed on
claim of S : iff Parker
41 176,177 and 17 H, Ma?on Probate
fees Ter vs Benj Combest and
" " 41 Chas Borders
.. .« . " et al
and other claims form probate
court reftred to county attor
; | -i . ' «
| Haberthelr trus
The board thou too^ a r
Tuesday Jau. 9th !
Ii T" VDEHWOOl
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C. A K i
j. s. ni:\Mii
FRAZIER & NEWBY,
'aper One Year
Office two dooi
north of P. ().
Annual stat mont for the year 1893 of 1). C.
Baker clerk of Seminole township was ap-
The application of Charles Saltski for Quiet-
us against taxes for 1893 because of loss by
fire was not granted.
The application of the trustee of the M
church for quietus against taxes I8ltf on lots
13. II and 15 block 57 of the town of Chandler |
\s as grant'-d in the si^in of llfteen dollars; u d
lots being church property and erroneously
The board then took a recess until Monday
9 30 a. m Jan. 8th 1804.
J. B. UfTDlKWoon, ,
C. A. Kelso.
Chairman of County Board.
Monday 9:80 A. M. Jan 8th 1894.
Board met pursuant to recess. Present C.
A. Kelso chairman, commissioners Beuoni
Rea and Jacob Amber# and .T B Und«-rwood
The Journal of proceedings of the last prevl
oub day's session was read aud approved.
The board resumed thJ consideration of
cluims and allowed claiius as follows unless
No. 159 D N Frazier Unt^er Sheriff
fees Ter vs Phoebe Tollivc
reconsidered and allowed # 3 50
4 6'J O A Sears Deputy Dist Clerk
fees in cases disposed of
03 T G Risley Dist Clerk
fees tn criminal cases and mis-
cellaneous work *
4 62 • T G Risley Dfst Clerk*
fees in criminal cases and mis-
' 167 W E Dsvis constable
fees Ter vs Dr Ta'.b- v return-
ed corrected and allowed
• 182 DW Ulain county treasurer
postage 4th quarter 1893
41 137 C F Parker sherlif
attending probate court laid
over for further information
41 156 W E Davis constable
fees Ter vs Jaok Williams laid
over for the reason that .claim
does uotoorrfcspond with trans-
44 UK) Belford and Co.
supplies for destitute persons
44 186 A A Beasler
• rfvicos as bailiff p 'bate court
laid over for further informa-
" 1H3 D W Ulam county treasurer
salary 4th quarter 1893
•4 184 Hoffman & Co.
* groceries for destitute Laid
over until orders are presented
44 185 .IB Charles
supplies fordestitutu persos
44 187 Hoffman & Co.
groceries for destitute persons
44 1 93 Elda Underwood
services as deputy county clerk
4th quarter 1993
44 195 J B Underwood
postage box rent and expenses
in endeavoring to obtain field
44 2 06 J B Charles
* goods furnished destitute per-
41 197 Frank Anderson
clerical services 4th quarter
1H93 in the sum of #195 allowed
at #50 per month
44 191 J B Underwood county clerk
copying commissioners pro-
ceedings for publication 4th
41 196 J B Underwoad counsy clerk
salary 4th quarter 1 93 #250 less
fees oollected #14 HO
44 1 92 Hoffman & Co
• money advanced C A Kelso on
account of pauper Craig
44 201 Hoffman & Co
on account of Poly Harper pan
per: groceries furnished
44 2 00 D W Ulam
•4 203 Jacop Am berg
services as com'r balance 3rd
buartcr 1893 and Jan 2nd to 8th
44 207 Jacob Amberg
services 3rd quarter 1893
41 209 Benoni Rea
services as eomVand milage to
Jan 8th 1893
44 211 B Rea
commissioner overseeing the
4- 213 Benoni Rea
one day viewing bridge aud
44 215 James A Mc Taggart
one day attending the board
of assessors and mileage
44 219 Hugh McCreary
one days attending assessors
meeting and mileage
44 918 C N Shigley
one day ataending meeting of
board of assessore and mile-
44 !12 J W Augustin ' t
one day attending meeting of
board of assessors and mileage
44 210 T^M Renfrow
one day attending meeting of
„ board of assessors and mileage
" 214 M L McPherson
attending meeting of board of
assessors and mileage
41 216 B F Hardcastie
attending meeting of board of
Solicita the trial <>v tf' feuM 7'
test befori ll" I'1 i'iii <n (irth, Lend
it'iiny. Hi had wbusu tXptr-
tfomr, n< '<1 <""l Forum
niily u^i'icultuarl jout-
otrtl to tho int«ir 'sts of
furm- i > umi ili<- material
,, re j* of Oklnhoma and
tli Indian territory. 11 is a
,. 1 .iLlf. bright.
<1 H>-|<:isro tniigaziiUMind
with tin- s|.e(*ial wMtits
uf tho iiyricuitui-ilirtts. frtlit
cowl ■ i*s and raisers of
t lie territory , and hnu special ^
mndf 7 *' '"• y v,/>.
Allan*, author* III II,. !!■ mi wc/N'- ,,,,, | ,, a
reasonable. Btfi nu«j . M hi H r/(, mik, Fann Oraan; $
oml iiripr into
Opposite P. O
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Contractor anj Builder
Practical Stone RDd Br'clc Mason.
01ft('i-ns tirul Clilmn -y.-t a Specialty.
Work Guaranteed Leave orders at
(. C. Pleicher's store or by mail.
Chandler, - Oklahoma
Fir.,i published Di
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A. .M< ni.t A ; !ost WMliam Wal-
lace fo. ul i nd( 1 - 1 ■! • d . ntry No.
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Notice <>l Application to: v-a!oon
To whom i: may eon« .tii.
Notice is hereby yivi 11 that .1
Bains lias made application as required
by law for a license to s rll malt, vinous
and spirituous liquors in the town of
Ingram, county of Lincoln, territory
of Oklahoma: teat if no objection to
the i.-suanc of .-aid license be filed ill
the office of the county clerk within
two weeks from tli" first publication of
this notice, and the law being fully
somplied with, the licenso will no
granted as requested. *
Given undei. m.v band and -eul this
2nd day of January. ls:4.
J. Q. Underwood,
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Wagon and Blacksmith Shop.
1 My shop west of the post office [s
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Geo. H. Smith, Proprietor
assessors 3 00
" 220 W A Flynt
attending meeting of board of
assessors and mileage 4 20
•' 221 R W Oplinger
attending board of assessors
and mileage 4 80
" 189 Belford & Co
coffin for pauper 0 00
• 191 F Ii Hoyt
clerical work In county treas-
urers oflics In the sum of 115 00
allowed at 10 00
•' 203 A\ Davis
witness fees inquest of Sarah
F Hall 50
" 201 George W Loekhart
for services as jailor for qr
ending Dec 3rd 1893 92 days at
?l 00 per day #92 00 dlslalowod
•' 206 C A Kelso
for servces as com'r Jan 8th
1894 inclusive 24 25
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Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Margaret Coffey deceased.
Notice ia hereby (riven by the under Igned
George A. Coffey administrator of the . state
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Two. in rnii'-'e 5 F,., in the county of Lincoln.
Duted at Chandler. (>. T. Dec. 18th 1893.
Gkorot A OonrtT adminis-
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1894, newspaper, January 19, 1894; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116321/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.