The Herald-Sentinel. (Cloud Chief, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, March 16, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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Mr. U. H. F. Bowley, bas
gano to Little Rock. IU upNU
Sertiooo held it tM Town Ball,
Sunday. By lev. E. K. Mont.
Mr. Blair has gooe to 11 Rene,
Mr. Cbea. Beacon aid Judge
Bran of El Reno etoppod et the
Mn. L. ftbraeder of Km. City,
iehore on a visit lo her sister,
Mrs. M. Hermes.
Cap*. Woodson. 'nd. Agent, has
i«MMd as order, earning all the
lodi aim lo kill their doge, oft ao
oount of there being to many mod
This U epleadid weather for
Theyonag people of Scger, will
fcivee Concert Wedneeday, Mar.
Jlet.—The proceeds will bo need
for forniehlng the Town HaIL
Mr.Soper bulooied the eekool
••ction. tooth of here. He is fenc-
ing it And will use it for a pAsture.
Mn. Kate Curtis who bAi been
dangerouely ill Is recovering.
Mr. Eborhart bee sold bis flne
teem of Nermen horses to Mr.
Tomer of Cloud Chief.
Mr. end Mrs. W. W. Harris en-
tortoined a few young fnends Tues-
day eve. Thoee present were the
Mieeee Burson, Era Daris, the
Miseee Wood. Meaors. White,
Morgan Burson, Alford And Mann.
111a Woed returns today to fin-
ish teaching At Cordel.
Billy Britt is forming Mrs. Mer-
ebons claim this spring.
Be?. Von Kmen who hu a fine
oloim four miles south of Salem,
oalled At the eity post-effloe Sat-
The commissioners oourt at its
last called seeeion authorised the
iesuanoe of a call for bids from oar-
tiee desiring to furnish rooms for
the officers to offloe in and a room
for general court purpoeee for the
year begining June 11894.
In accordance with said order bids
will be received by the commission-
ers to be considered at its called
session in May, 1894. They re-
serve the right to rejeot any and
The Quarterly Conference of the
Methodist Ipiscopal chursh South
will be held at this plaoe Saturday
and Sunday, Msrch 24 and 25 1894.
Rev. A very t, Presiding Elder, will
be with the church nt that date.
All arc invited.
We Touch Bottom.
CaeU be; lug and seiling
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Calico pareaaMrieaa blue per yd* 6f
Allcaeaad Simpcone Caney ao bel-
ter ealioo par yd. #f
Lobi print, foeteolor, per yd. h
LL four fourths abeeliag per yd. H
A good line FUaael eleth ai>
■eat without value. Ooltoft Flannel,
good etoek and low prices, value has
nothing to bo with It sash gets
them. Ladies and Miaoes, broken
line, fine Dreee Shoes, Gcntc Boots,
Shoea, Hats, Caps, all wool under-
ware, Qleves, all wool over Ihirte,
must go, ao room for them, Toung
Mens Suits at Cost—these goods
Tnay are oomingt Thoee beau-
tiful spring goods, only 16 days
to make room for them.
Now is your time to get Bar-
gains in Dry-Goods and Clothing
our building is small and we cant
carry anything over. Come Now,
as the great clearing aaIo begins to
We carry a foil line of Fanoy
and Staple groceriee, Queens ware,
Glass ware, Tin and Wooden ware.
Flour and Bacon, Seed Oats,
Grain and Feed.
16 lbe granule! ed eugar far $1.00
18 44 extra C. 44 u 1.00
25 44 NavyBcane 44 1.00
16 44 Best Rice • * 1.00
16 44 Cel. Dried Grapes44 1.00
Corn per oan ,10
Salt Bacon .94
Smoked *4 ,10*
Priceeen baeon and sugar are
eubjeetto market changee 16 oa.
makee 1 lb. ateur store. Competit-
ors may tell you that wecant give
honeet weights and measurss at
these prices but we oan, ws are do-
ing it every day. If you find our
weights are short you get your
goods in that particular line for
nothing. Bring your pnoe list with
you. We mean business, our terms
are cash thats all.
We deal on the square—North
Main St., Cloud Chic*
We are obliged to you all for past
patronage and we are going to con-
tinue on in low prioes, Square, deal-
ing juet so long as we are one a-
mong you, come esrly and stay
Yours as ever,
C. B. Campbell k Co.
forlMthanever. He wishes us toaik
oar readers not to purchase anything la
paper to vesseaber his i
If you wish to sell your claim
and have lived on it long enough to
oommute we oan find you a caeh
buyer if the prioo is right.
Lam^ersoa A Cook
Berry and Williams ia the name
of t|io aew lead firm.
Icq. G. W. Ben tea ofCordel wae
in the city Saturday.
Mr. Berry, sea of 0a. Ally, Ber-
ry, ia viefctiag hia father.
The Populists had a meeting ia
Cloud Chief oa Monday.
J no. Daniels
baa gaae fa lbe
C. B. Campbell aad C* for bar-
Kartley sells gaeda vary cheep,
B. O. Beoaef Kaa. wae ia to Me
Jack Smith of Coidel waa ia
Bev. B. I. Mono preaebea at
the ehurah Suaday at 11 a. m. aad . .
again ia the eveaiag 7:80 p. m. i
All are invited. will pees
Uet year claim with Coek aad
Walter Wisdom la now t fell
N. Morrison, of Cordel, wae
in the city Sunday.
It is rumored that one or more
weddings will occur soon.
W. B. Brabaker of Rise co. Kan.
hu settled in our county.
M.T.Hartley is making large
improvements on his claim.
Quite a number of prospectors
ars doing the town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dill are vis
iting friends at Kremlin, O. T.
Aa effort li being made la flak
the well near the eoart hoaae i
have water ia tkal ead of Iowa.
The yaaag people of Soger will
give a pahhooalortalaiasal the tli
iaet. Yea are iavited to attead.
Whoa yea waa t lumber, akingloo
co. Minco. Tbeyareoat for bael
Judge A. I. Stiaeoa ishaviag a
wall dug oa kia plaoe soutk of
Iowa. Nothiag eahaneee the valae
of a place more then to make every
Hoa. K, H. Faulkner, Probata
Judge of Q coufity is ia tewa oa
Kuainees this week. Judge i aalk-
Barbae ehoetoffrieads here who
are always glad to see him,
The Breckin ridge-Pollard breeel
Judge Ballard sustaiaed the de-
murer filed by county attorney
Berry in the Boaoom warrant eaae,
Saturday. The eaae waa ap-
pealed to the supreme eoart
Jne W. Clanton baa gone to ll-
Reno to arrange hie affairs, pre-
paratory to adding a billiard aad
pool hall to bis plaoe of business.
This will make his business more
extensive and afford recreation for
The Mid-Wister Fair of I
daea, Cat, lela all reapoola a aaa-
eees. The R. B. (Ve. are aiitog
the pr^eet by giving law rat
there will be eommetioa amoagtbo
An Amerieaa Protective Asso-
ciation hurraaguer waa fired upon
while relieving himself of soma of
hie abusive idoea ia Pallae, leal
Goldie Williams waa at Minco
en business the first of the ueik.
Jno W. Clanton ia beck home
now after several weeks abeenoeto
Jamee C. Calvin and J. B. Halley
were pleesant oallors at this efloe
Read Jno Bingham's eard to you.
This is of great importance, for it
The working men are pushing
the work of sinking ths well as rap-
idly aa possible.
1. Turner is now the possessor
of a pair of imported maroe and
they are beauties.
C. B. Campbell and Co. have a
foil line of garden seeds. Seed
oate, corn, chopped feed—infaot
everything usually kept in a first
elsaa Dry-goadf, grooery and feed
What tke People are SaylBf.
The general impression is that
J. M. Wisdom, the present recorder
of deeds, will not have any apposi-
tion, if he offers for re election.
This is a merited recognition.
Mr. Wiedom is all business and
yet very agreeable.
Uncle Dick Earnhart ia mention-
ed aa a probable candidate for co.
oom. from tbis precinct. He would
make a good one.
Dr. J. D. Ballard's frlende are
mentioning him for repreeontative
from this Diet.
T. G. Williams may conclude
to enter the raoe for the Sheriff's
oflloo, at least this is rumor.
H. D. Young of Cordcl is being
urged to beoome a candidate for
Probate Judge, aa yet we do not
know of the gentleman's conclu-
Each of the Twp. have a number
of men who are quite willing to
eerve in the capacity of county
commissioners. The peole shoud
look well to the selection of the
men to watch the Administration
of Affairs. A commissioner must
oe a born financier and a man *uf-
floiently decisive to say No and not
a bit Uiy.
Indications are that things
will be lively and those of you who
wish to serve the people in official
capacity are at present offered an
opportunity to got your claims be-
fore the people.
Oar terme of
auk ia advaa* aia at JoUmi
We are aetherteed toaaouaoo E B.
WeUe at assail lit i lor lie cflseot
eeeaty olsrk at ike saoaiag love*
of the liberal party in England baa
bat one achievement in the peel of
which he boaate, vis.; marrying
the richsst heiress in England.
Now that the supreme oourt of
the U. 8. has a foil bench we shall
expect an early settlement of the
Greer Co. qaeetion and by its set-
tlement Oklahoma will be, we be-
lieve, enlarged aad enriched to
Washington news is to the of•
feet that Judge Scott's aptitude for
extrajudicial proceeding* istoba
inveatigated. Why not inolude
the whole Judiciary of the higher
courts, especially thoee who have
done aa haa Judge Soott*
Congress continuee to hnmmer-
away on the HAwaiian problem.
Our repiesentativee would be more
admired if they would Ime off
hammering this chestnut and legis-
late for a while in favor of tbo«e
who made it possible for them to
get their places. This idea of spend*
ing weeks and months in tie n.io-
elities that should be u*ed in alio
viating the opp ession of the maca-
co ie growing in great disfavor with
the people and it ahould cont inue
to grow until those follow* who euro
for nothing but an opp ortunity to
object are permitted to occupy mi
empty jroods Im* or the ulr^U-cor-
ner instead of a chair in ttio lull*
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Mathes, Will C. & Wells, R. B., Jr. The Herald-Sentinel. (Cloud Chief, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, March 16, 1894, newspaper, March 16, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc168647/m1/1/: accessed March 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.