The Herald-Sentinel. (Cloud Chief, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, January 18, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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Clco*Chiaf aaJ*a barbar.
Tka Ml dalifhtfnl
Tke 4um for toaiffci
i 4>iMUl)f ptippwi
No aeeaeity for Aim, m4 tko
viiiovt a*d doore all opa.
If ro Laaaara atarud Taeeday
iag for a trip to Bk Joe, Mo.
J. 0. turfed forOotimo
Utterbaek'a Rutiuul bubdi
Jimm guuaoaa kae baea
aa ioa bo mm with the crop
w la tar.
Tba coanty oftcare iff eaaconaad
is Ueir mv quarter* in the Clantou
Frank Cook pnrvbwe4 three lot*
of Jam*. Ilabor at a good prico,
LoU of trade krepa I.uodera good
Matured, and be ia actually gettiug
fat over it.
Bryant keeps piling in the gooda
aa fast aa bia cuatoraere can carry
them aw y.
Mountain City ia still oooming,
and ner population it increasing at
a rapid rate.
□ Au application for a mining town
iu the Kiowa country, baa gone to
J. M. Wisdom returned Monday
from Chickaaha, where be bad been
on importaut business
Mr* Kast came iu on the stage
Tuesday evening, on ber return
from a visit to bar ton.
It ia reported tbat the populiau
will aooM atart a paper is tbia city.
f. T. Cook waa ovtr the Aral of
tba wreak and pat ia a eoople of
good daya work ia tba ofloa.
Tba Literary will meet Saturday
evening for the Irat time aince
cbristmas. It abould be made in-
Rev Herrel preached at the school
house in this city Sunday evening
and bis senmon has received many
Under sheriff Posey started to
the insane asylum with the young
man who waa adjudged insane by
the board of insanity last Tuesday
Rev. Sampson held services at
Pleasant school bouse last Sunday.
Great interest was in unite* ted and
several expressed a desire for pray
Havtac Miti la
Mi aa at Cloud Chief, we tbla day
Ive iae our attr* steak of Bry •aa*.
«a iaf.BnUiiiilMii Mi aai
C* tata yank
let as, at cuat and carriage- TMa
fiv all Mraaa of tbe Cloud Chief
i a ehaaee 10 owm gooJs cheaper
than they will have a chance of bay*
t«f theat acala.
Ths at4iek la wall bought and claaa
and la order thai we eaa carry oat other
plana, we will pot the eutlre line on
the market, at aHMiaMt for the next
C. H. Campbell 4 Co.
FliB SALE—A team, harness and
wagon, at buyers own price, t all on
A. (Juinctie, at tbe Cloud Chief bakery.
K. H. r'aulkner, for a long time
in buainess in tbia town, and later
Probate Judge 01 Q couuty, ia uow
connected with Cluater Honke in
iu the Land j,usiuess in Okl.iboma
City. 1'hey succeed the old aud
Well huowtt tirm of Howe fc Me*
Mecban, aud K. H.'s mauy friends
bere will be pleased to know thai
be is boiug well.
Uoluiealy aud Claude are draw-
ing cards atTuttles, and their trade
is conniantly increasing.
Mra Quinette, at the Bakery, ia
"some" on pies, if youdont believe
it, give her a dime and see.
Mra Bl«ir and ber daughter Nel-
lie, were in the city Saturday, for
the first time siuce tbe lire.
Now recruits for Washita county
citizenship come iu every day, aud
inquiries for land are constant and
A short note in tbe Indian Help-
er, publsbed at the Carlisle, Pa. Un-
iversity, from Miss |)ette of tbe
Seger school, mentions the happy
Christmas of our little ludians.
R. A. Hums ot Burns, was in tbe
city Monday aud reuewed his al
legiencc to the Hekald-Skntinkl
Mr Burn* is in love with Washita
couuty aud bis judgement banks ou
TO JlWBLftf UVB*
fine Jewelry and Watch Be*
pairing a Specialty.
Don't fail to e'op at the
The only fret-claaa hotel to Minco, the tibl«a furnished with tb#
best the market affords, a good sample room in connection. Head
quarters for Commercial Men. W. H. Pitta, Prop.
Agent for Cloud Chief Stage Line.
Stacy Kigga ia one of the straigh-
est and reliable of any of our Indian
acquaintances and we are glad that
be has received a position at D.irltng-
ton. I here are a good many tine
fellows among our dark skinned
Program tor Teacher*' Associa-
tion. to be iieid iu tilts
ctfy. Fsbuary gad.
Roll call—Response, quotations
from noted autbo/s.
Song—By the association.
Select Readiug— Prof. Bowie,
fcssey— .Mrs Mitts-
Song—"Wont you tell me why
Paper—Mrs A. Martiu.
Paper—"Responsibility of the
iJeclauiatiou—t . F. Duerkson.
Song— F. J. Adrian.
CORK B8POX l>ENC K.
Mr. Nal^ra was in the city. Sunday.
C, A. Winborn was in towu Tues-
Mr. Bleasing was in from h's claim,
1). 1>. Welns was in Seger one day
Uncle Davie Tremp was iu from his
W. Brink passed tbr- ugh here on his
way to tbe rail road. Sundav.
Rev. J.J. Kliewerwas iu from'Shel-
ly tbe latter part of last week.
Ed. Hockadty and II. Lassem of El
Keno were in our city lasi weak..
Kov Hall. Indian farmer at Darling-
ton, was at the Seger Indian school
the first, of the week.
Mr. and Miss. Slavens. father and
j. a. vaughn.—
MOUNTAIN CITY O. T.
Chester Howe. K H Faulkner.
Howe & Faulkner,
(Succ*<*ors to Howe & McM«chan,)
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Do a General Laud Business;
contests and Final Proofs a Specialty.
Reboot District! Reports.
W W bush W H Grigsby
Bush & Grigsby,
Attorneys At Law.
Will practice in all tbe territorial
Courts, also will attend regularly tbe
terms of the District Court iu Washita
County; All busine>swill be prouiptyl
sister or Mrs. Ja«. Hall are here from caretuijy attc-uded to
their i.ome fn Missouri, on a visit.
! Mr. and Mrs Ratzlaff returned last
Week from kansas where they hn\e
Mining claims are being rapidly
takeu in the Kiowa country, aud
the excitement in that diicctiou is
It is hardly prebable that tbe re-
po.t ot finding a four foot vein of
coal mi Big Klk, is correct, and yet.
stranger things have happened.
George Barr seems to take more
interest in the terpsicorean art than
any other man in tbe city, (jo it
while you are young George for
when you get old, you can't.
It is said that some eastern capi.
talists are turning their attention
toward Cloud Chief. Such people
generally ke-p posted and know
where to look for investments.
Elmer Williams aud bis wife are
running the Cloud Hotel while Mrs
Cloud is away, and it is reported
that they set a good tabl*, but every-
one misses the kind hearted and
motherly old lady, and will be glad
to see her return.
A« deputy Register of Deeds, dep-
uty Treasurer and manager of tbe
Kelso and Rogers big building, and
a large and prolific land business,
"Put" is puttiug ou a good many-
Several of the young ladies are
nearly scared to death lest Bingham
should leave tbe country, wheu
Campbell & Co. close out; but his
assurances are tbat he will not
therefore young ladies rest in peace.
Chamlierlain's Cough lleniedy is f.im-,
ous for ita cures of bad colds. It opens
The Merrilield Stage company
does three tidies the busineas the
old company diu. The demands of
the citydof course have something
to do with this, but the reasouablc
charges of tbe company have done
more than anything else to build up
Notice to Tax Payers
Taxes for 1894 are now due and
haue been since Nsvember 1st, and
all taxes not paid befor April 1st,
1805, w ill he placed on the delin-
quent list and the penalty a-ided.
J. I), Purcell,
Treasurer washita county.
Some time ago Mr Simon UoldHaum
of San Luis Hey, Cal., was troubled with
a lame back and rheumatism. He used
Dist rict number 35.
Fu*>t month began October
ended November 22,94.
Total enrollment first month l'J;
| average daily uttendance 16
i Names of those neithee absent
) nor tardy,-Nioica Johnson, Lotta
Burns, Mary Collok, Eroe6t Coll-
Second month ended Dec, 21.
Total enrollment 19, Average dsi*
ly atendanee 17- N *mes of those
neither absent nor tardy,'-Lota
Burns, Ernest Colleky Mary Coil,
sky, Eda Ct 11-k .
W H Morgan Teacher.
District No. it.
For mouth ending Jan. 4, 1&)5.
Total enrollment 37. Average
dally attendance 24. Those
neither absent or tardy are; Min-
nie Port, * Bertha and Ernest
Peachy. Those who made an
nver ige of 85 in examination were
Delia Smith 89. Vary Smith, 98,
Berthe, Peachy 91, Ernest Peachy
90. Term closed Jan. 4, '95. Av«
erage daily attendance for three
months was 22 A. H. Peachy
On la«t Fiiday Mr Stansbery
while camped near the head of Bug-
gy creek, had his wagon burned by
Chamberlain's Pain Halm and a prompt | the grass catching from his camp
cure was eflected. He says he has since
advised many of his friends tot r\ ttapd
jdl who have done so have spoken high-
ly of it. It Is for sale by J. M. Reynolds
8c Co. Druggists.
Hotice of Townahip Meeting
There will be a meeting the Town-
the secretion,., relieves th.- lungs and j Boanj 0f Cloud Chief township
ah nature In reMorin* the system to * . . Iaa.
. h,.UI,< condition. If f«ly oM • J"" "96''or,,he
s<ion as the cold has been contracted, | purp« se of oiganixtng road districts
and before -it lias become settled in the aud appointing road overseers. All
system, it greatly lessons the severity | interested in good road*, will please
of the.twck .nd U* often inrnl I., j |tt,hd tU
single day what would have lieen a se-1 . u ,
vere cold. For sale by J. M. Reynolds I >' ortier wf
& Co., Druggists. I M. H. Loa*e, chairman.
fire and burning op to the wagon
set fire to some loose hay in the
rear end of the wagon. He was
loaded with meaf. flour, tobbacco.
canned goods etc., for Tuttle Bros.
The goods were nearly all saved,
but the wagon burned, all but tbe
front wheels. Mr Stansbery was
badly burned about his face and
hands in hie efforts to save lhe
Baled llay and feed can
been visiting for tho past three weeks, j i)# found at DeLcsUenier
Quite a number of the young peeple
met Thursday evening at tbe residence
of B. Hermes. They report a splendid
The mill at the Indian school was
running Saturday: quit* a number of
our farmers are having grain chopped
Tbe Indian annuity commenced
Monday, at the school. Those out
from the Agency were Col. Paul F
Faison. Captain gtrctsl and Robert
Fred Cook met with quit" a pair.-
ful accldedt Sunday morning, as be
was oa th«- road home from El K«mo.
His foot slipped, and in some way the
front wheel jwssed over It.
Make your liuai proof through
A. E. Stinsou, Deputy District
Clerk. 50 tf
NEW YfcAK lo35
You that are indebted to the firm of
J. M Reynolds & Co., or ft. I>. and J.
P. Reynolds M. I).'a will pease call
and settle at onco in some way. We
have accomodated you. doni wait to
put us to any further expense, as our
means are short and we must settle at
R. D. Reynolds
U.S Indian Inspector Colonel Fai-
son. in company with Captain Strerch
of Fort Reno, and employees of the
Agency, arrived at Seger, Sunday eve-
ning for tbe purpose of issuing annuit-
ies to the Washita Indians. All tbe
Indians along the Washita are coming
in Sunday to get their annuity.
Mrs. Medicine-dancing Riggs died
last Thursday. The funeral services
were held Friday.
s. Stacy Rioos.
An Old Soldier s Recommendation
In the late war I was a soldier in the
First Maryland Volunteers. Company
G. During my term of service 1 con-
tracted chronic diarrlnea. Since then
I have used a great amount of medicine
but when I found any that would give
me relief it would injure my stomach,
until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
diarrhoia Remedy was brought to mv
notice. 1 used it and will say it is the
only remedy that gave me permanent,
relief and no bad results follow 1 take
pleasure in recommending this proper-
at ion to all of iny old comrades, who
good*. He came in on the etage while giving their service to their coun-
Saturday night and bis brother
Tom returned Monday and brought
in the goods. The loae on the gooda
ie estimated at $25.
try, contracted this drealfnl disease as
I did, from eatimr unwholesome and
uncooked food. Yours truly,
A. K. Bunding, Halaey, Oregon. For
sale by J. M. Reynolds A Co. Druggli t.
.M* * co. nis.srfsrif.Wo'k
Oldest bureau for Mcuring patents In America
Krery patent taken out by us Is brought before
iliopubic by a noUMflTtofraoGf cbarga In Um
tighest Honor?—World's Tali
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A puit Grip, CfeimufTartirPowHfr. ....
Ammonia, Ah m«rs >vi> ^cr
40 v' 1 TU . 1-
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