The Herald-Sentinel. (Cloud Chief, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, July 26, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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A 1 Mason.
Dry Goods, Orooeriea,
My itMk I* m> ul Prak,
ANnl Ik* HmmL
Mb* k*> k*4 bit re«n otiltd.
0 H Vf «lioa wan n ctller Tom-
▲ T Birond van to town inat
K. mil baf*aa nasi Moad«j.
i> ttimaa, eaaWUa
iog farmers e/tfcc Baaa
wre in OlondOMafFrfa
Uncle Dan Williams was up
frem Oakdaln, Saturday, staking
bands wiik hi* many friends-
Jokn Knar vaa in town Mon-
day. It loaka natural to aaa John's
plaaaant faoa about town again.
Mary Karr, of 8eper vaa a oaUar
Monday. Mia* Karr is going to
make inal proof upon bar olaina.
Tha croMing at Bbally vbara tha
bridge washed oat, hae bean ra>
George Allen, near Wood, hae
SI sere* of corn fully matured, and
that will ?eid 75 bushels to tbe
J 0 Rotb vaa on our atreou
F M Bands vaa in Cloud Chief
Geo. Gordon juat returned from
a trip to Horton county, Texas; he
reports crope extra gpod all along
Mra J D Purcell ia visiting at
11 Reno this week.
Mra J H Bennett ia visiting in
El Reno tbia week.
8 J Benson of East Elk was on
our atreete Saturday.
P P A Poaey vaa up on Boggy
Friday, to the picnic.
Frank Ahlgrim ia going to build
him a nev adobe bouse.
Wm. Coffee vaa aick the first of
the week, but is better now.
W B Lwertnn, of Burne, vaa
In town the. first of the week.
Ret. A A Boaton of Edgerton
vaa a plaaaant caller, Monday.
W W Harris of Salem vaa in
Cloud Chief the laatoflaat week
A J Busby of the Seger vicinity
waa in town the laat of laat week.
Jno Varnum and wife took
pleasure trip to El Reno last week
J C Hatchett and wife attended
tbe Boggy creek picnic last Friday,
MraHeiman Schwarts was re
ported very sick tbe first of the
Wajitbd, 20,000 sdobe brick;
will make r good trade. Call on
Frauk ALIe..u, •* uoi'uu ui
David Gaeddeet of Shelly waa a
caller Saturday. Mr Gaeddeet
will have from four to six bushels
of wheat to the acre.
Ian Ttlltj. if an.
Corn Is gnllMf too hart for roest
lag cere.—Dan Wieoe vent to Ok-
lakomaCity laat veek.-« W Briak
u building a' nev poreb an kia
bunee—G D Bifla baa a good veil
and plenty of feed valer in it-
Henry Conk and vife vera ia
Clond Chief one day thie week.-J
B. Baldwin and vife stayed in the
valley laat Batarday eight,—The
Mennonitee baptieed eix persona in
tbe Waakita laat gmnday.-H H
Justas baa gone to II Reno—Rum-
or saye that there is goiag to be a
voHdiag sooa.—Tom Level baa re-
taraed and erected a aav residence
on bis elaim.—Will Bandera is help
ing Peter Trout dig his well this
week.—John Long went to Minco
*aat week.—G. W. Roland eays
times aregetiag better, he mi
four horse swaps laats week.—C D
King is building an addition to bis
house.*-The heaviest rain of the
season fpll last Tuesdsy evening,
-..4 we Merely will n %« abundance
of oern.—Everybody has plenty wa
ter melons. Come out and eat some.
John Bewley of the 8eger neigh-
borhood waa on our streets last
R A Burns was in town, Tues-
day, making final proof upon his
A years subscription for the lar-
gest good ripe wstermelon this
The heavy rain, Monday did
hot reach to the eaat end of the
J B Knour was in town Monday
with a load of nice cabbages and
Born, to Mr and Mrs. Steven-
son, a eon. All parties doing well
at last report.
Judge Lamberson and family
started for an extended visit to El
Wm DeLesdernier, the pioneer
merchant of Washita county, ac-
companied by his daughter Liaxie,
were in town Friday.
The William* boys were in from
the mining <#mp thin week and
were wonderfully encouraged over
the outlook for gold and silver.
The poet-office was moved Mon-
day into the rear end of Stinson's
store, and Bert Wells has been dep-
utised to run it until he receivee
Harry Smith passed through tbe
city, Friday, on his return from
Minco. While on the head of Bug-
gy creek he waa taken very sick
and waa laid up for two days. We
truet he will recover, soon.
Wm DeLesdernier brought in a
sample of his crop of millet that
ia sufficient to make the eyes of the
cattlemen to open wide in anticipa-
tion of coming plenty. The Btalks
are four feet high, and the heads
are six and one half inches long.
A Pioneer's Kecomendatiou.
J W Tenable, of Jowuey, a pioneer
of Los Angeles Co. Oul.. says: "When-
ever I am troubled *itn a pain in the
stomach or with diarrh ea I use Cham
berlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea
remedy. 1 have used it for years,
know it to be a reliable remedy, and
recomem.it to every one." For sale
by J M Reynolds A Co., DrupgistB.
Misses Nettie and Forey Norris
and Carrie Utterback with Miss
Utterbat k's brother, Will, made i
trip to Turkey creek this week,
where Nettie contracted to teach
the school in the Wagnon district
this fall. That district is to he
congratulated on securing the ser-
vices of one of the best teachers in
Mr and Mrs Price returned Fn
day. from their visit to tbe eastern
part of the territory
F H Roes, tha Salem blacksmith
wes caller at the Herald-Senti
tiel headquarters, Friday.
■•Relied Mti tpiumic of d}senat
in this vicinity last summer/' says
8amuel 8 Pallcck, of Brieelaod, Cal.
"I was taken with It and suffered sever
ely until someone called my attentlou
to Chamberlain's colic, oholera and
diarrhoea remedy. 1 procure*1, a bot-
tle and felt better.after the first dose
lie'ore urn-half of the brittle had been
used I was well, I rvcomended il to
my friends and iheli experience wan
Lena Rhoe is visiting her sister,
Mrs Hermes.—T n and L Ellison
of £lReno, were in our city Wed-
nesday, on their way out west,—
John DeLesdernier left Wednesday
for Hearne, Texas — James Vestal
and Brent McFarland went to El Re
no Wednesday.—John Winhourn
went down on the Washita Sunday.
—Mr and Mrs Mitts were in ElRe-
no last week.—Rev Sanford held
services here Sunday.
Wm Mallaley, of Hennessey, and
M Michaelson,of Kansas City,were
in Seger Saturday ana Sunday—
Nick Hermes got in from the road
Tuesday.—Miss Chamberlin, from
Philidelphia, was in 8eger Sunday.
—Mr snd Mrs Motley and Mrs Pen
ick were in from down soutb Tues
day.—Mis Curtice of Purcell, n
visiting her sister Mrs Dr Ballard
and mother, Mrs Cole.—P P Ratz
laff left for Darlington, Wednesday
morning.—J A would ot El Reno,
was out the first of the week.—Hen
ry Ratzlaff and wife were in from
their claim one day this week.
Not only are we the Pioneers by being
the first store established in the oOontry, but
we are the Pioneers in keeping e oomplete
■took ot Everything.
You need not go to the road for anything,
as our stook is oomplete. We handle Dry
goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Clothing, Hardware, Saddles Harness Impli-
ments Barb wire Nails eto.
We are the Pioneers in Low Prices, we
meet all competition at all times.
Just the place to get your supplies either
going to or coming from the railroad. We'll
supply you goin' and comin'
Our store is right on the main road from
all parts oi the county to turner Minco or El
Reno. Stop and see us as you go by.
Remember the plaoe
Wm DeLesdernier. John P. DeLesdernier.
WM. DELESDERNIER & SON.
George Gordon, who has one of
the best claims on Oak .-reek, just
got h«e filing on his land last Mot,
day. Qeorge has had lots of trouble
in contesting, but we sre glad to
note that he is now all right, as he
is a hard working man and hears
a good reputation in his neighbor
Mrs Mark Jaquith and Minnie
Port of wood, were in town Thurs
day night to meet the latt^r's sis-
ter, Miss Gypsie Port, who came
in on the hack thai evening. Miss
Gypsie is direct from Cincinnati,
Ohio, and came out *o upend the
THE NEW STORE!
Lvciy tiling to bt)sold £kt
—Keep a full line of—
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries
Flour and Meat.
M. Landers, Prosrietor.
Headquarters for the Hack liue. First
class in every respect.
Mrs. Minerva Cloud, Propr.
i mmm 11 mmn 11 n nrm rmmr
Our Model 1893 Shot-Gun is now used
• by all the most advanced trap Shot GuilS «
and game shooters. Single Shot-Rifles«
are made by the
WlHCHBSIBt REPEATING IMS CO., Winchester Ave., Hew laven, Csaa.
. aaaaas ssoesaeeesseeeoaaaasaesoosoosissisf tlilfli
the same. W - all unit* in saying it jf.'ummer with her mother' Mrs. F
the best." For sab* by Reynolds A Co M. Port, at \\ mid
Fine crops and happy farmers.—
Lots of garden vegetable*.—Most of
the farmers are done cutting grain;
some wheat fell down on account of
so much rain,—We are sorry to re
late the death of Mrs B VV Stout,
on Sunday, J'tly 14tii. She leaves
a husband and six children to mourn
her loss, two of which are infants.
G 0 May and family have gone to
Chickasha visiting.—John Brown
aud llomer Speed have gone to Tex
an.—G Perkins is building a sod
house.—C A Rogers is building
dugout.—Rev Johnston, a free
will Baptist minister, is holding a
protracted meeting at Union school
house.—Gii'ls we have a young man
in our neighborhood that is sadly
iu need of a house keeper. He also
makes a good offer to any young la-
dy that caies to take him up: he'll
furnish a dugout to live in, plenty
of laud foi her to cultivate, lots of
wood and water, if she will get
them herseli. Now who will take
him up?—We canuot close without'.
telling about our picnic. Kteryho-,
dy and his girl were there. First j not ick to stock mkn
we had s nging by tbe choir, led by j j ,nfrn).r to fnr.
T.m 8J..II.M. the leMur, b„ , h 100 u<nf „fK„mr fodt,,r
Judge llatchett, subject, Mora.ity; 1
then more singing, aftt r that thej'pom 1-^OU te. 2,000 htmhelU <<t
lx st of the day,dinner; chicken and'seed on tuv filrm ow to hi
hatn, pies and rakes then cakes and j ready for delivesy doritur lh# win
pies, hut space forbids mentioning wjth prjVelegi. ,>f u-e of Ih,.,1
iLore, we think witu few exceptions! , , „ „ ,, ,,
cv.ribn.lv ... well Plc,«d. I th..',n M C " ""
•fUTiioon the Germans sang and a JjWentinsI ( «M k
.kort Iwliire by R, Jobnrtoj. «>b | H w quit. ,irk f,.r
jeot Hahhsth schools.—8 T Harm , , • ■ , ,
. 1! .urt to tk. rtllroad 8.wl>; t0 « h« •<•. " h. I«rt l M
meet r latives— A Skelton has gun® and the first of this. htr. Is up and
to the railroad. uround m*w.
Winchester Repeating \
Best in Repeating Anna as wdl ss
1 have a fail sized work horse
which I will sell on time, and will
Notice ti> Populists.
The C\o. d Chief
take the pay iu work on my farm 'dejeg.ieM to tuwiudiip
tJull at Hersld Sentinel nlli< e.
F T Cook.
Saturday, Au«. or«l
P. M , st the sch . l
popuiistn art nviifd
or eli' k.
I L «• , I K
h« Hr-*'. Ail
Aui 'iiif 1 lit- numerous ih|> n> wli«
have Iteen cure 1 <. rh«iM, i.Mo .y
Chamberi.iin^ I'niu II...m, i,.t «,,i .1
should be niMtle <•( Aid- KmiIi I i,«>ii> ,
ofToledi, Whhli., who •>...v i • -i-u
IieV* r < 11 « •!« - in' ':•«*% it,
Cine ih.v *>on,<. n-.ii ve m "I rin im •
1 Ism like i' liiin t ri.tin's |Kiitt 1
have also iist>d li ft<r Imm- b;.ck wi'.h
great success. It is 1 he l«*m liiiimeut
i h'lVe eVt-r ' s.mJ. *iti 11 I till*'' pl i«oiim
In rt'cinnenilln • f o rffticn." hr
•ale by j m HeynoiUs a (jo., diuxkisi
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The Herald-Sentinel. (Cloud Chief, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, July 26, 1895, newspaper, July 26, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc168705/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.