Crescent City Courier. (Crescent City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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.luryiiiru for thn Marrh Turin of ( uurl.
Till1 following,are tilt! juries for ltepnrtof Crescent School for month enlln.;
r*ff V" ^
fA . 'v *«r
the..March'tpriu of court. The grand
, jurors to appear March nth, and the
petit jurors t n .March sth:
or.wo* .n r<>rs.
Stmt.. k'lavlor. Third ward,Outli-
ne;* Jame V* hitinore, Hismarck; Lee
Kec,. Oak View; I>. H. Lyon, Sew-
ard: ('. A. Uocock, Shriugl'raek: W .
1 !!. Mock, Oak Mew; \V. N. Purcell,
; Outline; M.■ (i. Fleener, Cellar; !>.
I'ayne, Cedar: George, Iienning-
i"i<t Si v. ard: J. A., Myers, Spring-
vale: W.'T. Davie, west Fifth ward,
(! ithrie: K. M. Loose, - Springer;
. I ames Montgomery, east Fifth ward;
I'..A. llerwig. Springer; 1'. It. Me-
M'uray, Spri g\ ie.
| William lSouyne.Hoar'Creek: \\ il-
liam Orimbs. Forth ward; Tom Lesli-
j er.Spring Cu-ck; \Y. 1'. Eager,Outli-
ne:'Kijfus Williams, ( 'reseent; .John
I atnniack, east Fifth ward. Guthrie;
Hiram .Brooki) forth ward; 1>. 0.
i 15row11", Spring Creek; Orlin C.
Brown, Iron Mound; A. 1). McDow-
ell, 4th ward,'Guthrie; It. S. Broth*
| "is. Marshal: how W. (Jrahain, Civs-
!cnnt:..l. l>. 1 )orthing, Stewart; J. S.
riitiruary <u<J. :
I rilii Oliver,
!i Katlf Smith.
;> l uivy WollHiay,
\ M at tie MtlH?
5 Burl St urges,
rt Kre*• i k* Barker,
7 ( h< t< • ( res*,
S A i : ' Uisch,
H Lulu Wiley,
In May IMersilt,
II A una Sloan.
IJ l lort-ji t lllsch,
1 , Alva Wvley,
14 Hubert join ft,
ir ,l *sse Jor (
1<( < 'jis^ia (\h>U,
17 Yietor Meek,
I Frank lMerntt,
M Bertha JMeratt,
;; Mtorije \V lilted,
\ Charley Armstrong.
,"> Iioxie Cress,
0 Cora Miller,
7 (.illle Rci.ko,
s Nina Bru infield.
9 K(lna Kelso.
10 itertba Jono«,
II \ <Alio Wy ley,
KI more Khoads.
l.i Lawrence Klioi.dw,
t in hi> oxiauk.
I liny Cress,
!• .imp 1 louse,
I'e .tiy t'lnjiiday,
4 James Ilolllday,
5 James rieral I.
ii Mertie lihnfids,
7 Pearl lihoads,
8 F.thel Khoads,
! Mar.da lihoads.
Id .It •• >• Morris.
II Claud Arinst.ronjf.
!)arst,Sprino vale; Fr nk Hill, Sprig- }| KiTi'mrt HtoiiiuKli.
, , r , , -• m I 14 Willie Oliver,
I vale; .1. M. Johnson, C linarron; l. , uracie mmiii,
i i i t" i '' \ ii pn 4 im> i 1 li Blancli Uitto,
L. ^•ha^Te^, C iniarron; A. Li. buttei- 1T Ura
t'eld.'Firf.t ward, (Juthrie; .lohn 1'.
PEOPLES' HARDWARE ST
Cat"s, Cimarron; Win. II. Gill, Cim- \
arron, T. I'- Blair, Lawrie; (ieorge |
W. Holhrook, S| ringvale; John |
Crow, Oak .View; T. O Kite,Seward: .
John MeNulty, ^rd ward; W. L. |
Sullivan, Bismarck; C. W. I'atternou, |
B -n Mound; Klias Boles, Lawrie: j
Charles W. -Howard, Third ward: :
K. M. Riiiehart,"Springvale.
>1. I.. KylHiid Wins* IIl Suit.
1 .lentil li rum tie Hi,
2 F.va Davis.
i Oracle Leslie,
6 Lo;ilsa Armstrong,
HIST* (ill A DK.
1 Rosa Piuil 11,
,3 (jordon Smith,
I A Hie Smilh.
A Charles MPlcr,
<$ Nelson Miller,
7 Johnle Miller,
H Alice Sloan,
10 Willie Cook,
II < laud Warrenburg.
IJi I'.arl St virus,
i:i Rosa Ullery,
11 i:hui'il1e Oliver,
i The number on roll in days,.
• ti( >
* U.ie place to get your
O V R B
J'^' -'Quick sales an-.l small proiits i tny motto.
f f'Ctjwp ari • cr n«
VOL LI. MEKK,
riN-3M i TTf, TI N, v - L i HI4!'
)onwr gToaj.'owe!it p0Mtbl6 I sponsibility upon the shouide
■ i;f-i i nt ritv me. tku. other parties and is very eneourag-
inor'to Mr. Bvland; who is single
handed contending for his rights,
withavi-r\ <trorigeor])oration which
han made its boasts that it w ill make
the costs ill the case break him up.—
South ;-\:un New F.ra.
| Govkhvoh H::nfrow and hie cler-
ical force, are fairly submerged in
mail. Yesterday DUO letters were re-
• 'vi d, each containing land leases;
T I ROM AND
llyland vs. Morse. Jury return- No. „f.days presetlt,..
e l the io'Uowing verd<ct at 11: l.'j -,-e. of d j^ absent, ..
o'clock 1 St lligllt: "We, the jury Times tardy
empaneled and sworn in the above
entitled case, do upon our oaths find
for the plaintiff and assess the
amount of his recovery at -s'2,:5O0.
Wednesday's Daily Mail.
The news- of the.above verdict re-
ceived over the telejthone by Mr. 1'y-
l.i ,■ r from bis lawyer at Wf.-llin-/ton,
was the subject of rejoicing on the
pa-, i. oi .every business man in South
Haven, and Mr. llyland was con-
gratulated on all sides. ! his will
p cl'ii! v not he the end of the case,
as it is expected that it w ill be car-
ried up to the supreme court, hut
this decision, place the burden of re-
! anrt' that every one should not live
; No. Boys', en rolled
No. Girls enrolled,
Average number enrolled
: Average 1'aily attendance,
1 Percentage < f atiendaneo on average en-
! rollment s -
j Number not absent,
Number not tardy
t Number neither a taunt nor tardy
j. T. PFKiMMK.it. Teacher,
Mit. Knrrou;—I'emit me space in
vonr valuahle ]>aper to say a word
~ about bad habits and their effects,
= r; that the yot ng at least may take a
\ i hint and .avoid doing what the older
1 •' have done.
I have in my mind's eye ju*i now
i two men who started in the world
with equal chances and prospect-.
They are now both married, but how
different their surroundings. The
one has a nice .little home, and a
l nice'little wife, where everything is
| clean and'cheerful, and they arehot.il
prospering, simply because the h;is-
hand neither,drinks nor plays cards.
His health is good; his home is nice;
no bummers around to help empty
:! his Hask. One-can spend an hour or
ii a night with hiishan i and wife in
pleasure, because there is nothing to
i annoy. The other has a wife a'd
| children, lie had a home a few years
| ago a snug home, and appeared ti
| be doing well. If lie did not.own it
| he was a. fraud for f aying that h<*
I did. Things seemed to flourish. But
! there was a canker gnawing at the
l root of his apparent prosperity. He
^ had formed' bad habits He drank
ti and played cards. It cost a few dol-
•: lars a week, for whisky, and every
i time a saloon was visited it took .a
dollar or more for treating. lie had
sense .to see that he was losing,caste
with good citi/.ena, and bench he
i treated every whisky drinker in or-
der to make friends with the main-
I moil of unrighteousness. His house
was the resort of bummers. They
r> j drank whisky till the sweet home-
•: was converted into a kind of free
mil non. The homestead is gone, and
i the husband is arreted by creditors,
i and bis health is gone. The wife is
Iiwi'out of- money, and tlie children.ac '.nt
| of food and clothing. The husband's
"n ii no feelings have, become callous,
. . and the wife's spirits depressed. The
i>ii husband is crabbed, and the wife de-
jocted. Soon the personal property
! will go and poverty ensue, all be-
cause a hundred dollars a year or so
i'i was spent in fceeding bad habits.
Let the vountrtpke warnin u Lko.
I'lnnl.itifc Fruit Trees.
The re(|iiisite- for successful -i-tris-
jilanting-are not always fully under-
stood. This is proved by the fact
that a portion of most newly set
orchards die. Tln re is no reason
why the other part should perish,
,c v >or m >h th
'yrr.<crnt, F/'bruary Sfh, IS!),}.
and flourish if the work is well done.
a ttie season is now approaching
when preparation is to be made for
snttiinj,- out young trees, the follow-
ing rules may be of use to young
o-c.hardists: 1'ivparo the ground well: < rescent Friday lu-hruary 9th.
drain if too wet; enrich if too poor: are happy to state that w
Fred Barker, who has been assist-
ing in the Cor i: i Kit office for some
time, thereby entitling him to the
cognvimen of printer's "Devil, n*
tired from said position last week,
and is succeeded by Farle F. \\ id-
ner. Fred is a good hov and indus-
trious; also, being but about li'yerrs
(,)f age, is a fairs '/e, weighing 114
pounds. He is the largest sniBll bey
in Crescent City.
we failed to remark last week that
Mrs. widner and children arrive:! in-
— " ' we
work the soil deeply, and have it at home, and glad that we are a e/t-
thoroughly mellow >.d: take up the izen of one of the prettiest small
tree with plenty of long roots, so that towns in Oklahoma.
it can be held erect in the ground
'A'Vshing to reduce my ST0C K ok GOODS, 1 will se
NINFTV DAYS at < osi row CASH
II for tb«' :
wrlvout shaking; shorten in t ahead
.•(mi let ters were taken from the morn- ; enough to correspond with the loss
i in mail, and :!00 from the afternoon ! in cutting the roots; spread the roots
"luTsT Governor Renfrow, Secreta- j equally on all sides, and till in with
iv 151 iii oe and Assistant School Land finely pulverized soil; plant no deep-
Co ,,n>is-i<.i-er Braithwaite are busy or than the tree originally stood;
Leader, Feb. 20. j mulch to'protect from midsummer
drouth; keep the ground, clean and
idlow for a distance of several feet
Mrs. A. J. Chess, Proprietor.
people just new.-
( rand Su . . i ise.
One block.oast from south Broadway,
( iu:sci:nt City,
Potirdii-or by the dny or wecU. Tabl«si
are furnisinvi witli the \j si Cue market af-
ford*. F-very I lilii?? flrsl-cla^s.
"HKSCKNT CITY CO! ltIF.lt.
' £.\VIT>NKK, - - Fditor and Proprietor
FRIDAY, VK1IU1 \TtY 1SW4.
H,f OrniKii is lociiteil lit r, si.ulli-rnst
i,f llrefiflu «y ftrul ll-1 , i-\-. r -,1s.
mm tliH ljutl-.ri( l.oiider.
i'ni-; I't.ld wave ran into a baii>r of
lliflah' inn sunbemns and M as delay
-!, thus pii-vei ling it from arriving
'uo.ii'r action by the senate.
. !(:.ch seems now to lie assured, will
Fi:: n:, -. r Ci.:-:v*i-.i and
mated, in pretty strong
that in- •.••:!' si-.;;- Bland's silvc 4ei<--
I-viiruoty nth nrnndma Posfers Mtli ; a\,ollt the tree; place no ma TmrlmT
«iil> i- ' PIONEER HOTbL
herself as if
continues to com tort
she had been settled
a hundred vears instead ,>f only four.
Iler laiest >tatistics show nearly
■JOO.onii, I'.cres „f farm land in ufu
with a cost value of more than
1)00,000. Iter farm implements are
senators in siq
"-.lie tariff hill lis' already bad a
n <iked ell'ect'. Mills and mv.nufacto
: i. - arc p.--' tii g to work a^-ain and the
Hepubli'-an calamity pani • promise
to b"Io11to li.e |.;|st
(:.• non; to t> nulari/.e tariff reform vv<ji*t.V s:;40,000, and she has grow^ing wxrlnl fiiu. - urtiiK nn<t Instnimentat mi , .
. . , Tlienni-lr was lod by Mls I.iiura Wiirren-
b'i" any any other one tiling. | 68:(,000 apple treis, i!4H,ooo peach , , ,,r^ M, K Mrs. joe Brown, niulosien
T.iK indications of unity among trees, <lt>,000 cherry trees, M.ooo
■ :?' .«fn< era tie senators in sup-port pear trees, and a great variety pi,..HSl.,i over her surprise.
„f other fruit tre. s and vines. m,. nb^-h,-.' iroiid^ ui-rived yesterduy.
! he whole territory is adapted ^ , -mi, | ,K',-risasKMunfortnnalo as gel his
fruit raising, end Oklahoma fruit ihm hurl whiibeliopplns wood Fuesduy.
will doiibless soon appear in thels'cw
York market. New York Sun.
put iivtb v so could not be seen 1 riday while
she^wit Kone to Quthrie. Saturdwy morning
il,.. w n< to Ci-ps'-'.,it city ":1th Mrs. Mary
:i-r.!i.\i .ijd Mrs. I'ioratt. and tlicyde-
Ininod bur ihern until noim, when thoy re-
turnndandt old Ibe barnyard full of wa*-
ons, iwa ri.s ii nil bugririf*", then 1 bo Ihowsrlit "f
1,1,1 hiln> lint not yet ihinktnRof findinii
i.In hoie-,- su crowded. The first room was
tilled with tint older persotif, hi n the next
room was liiied With younR and old.
Tin-i: - was spread, eysters nod crackers
ft-i-ro preji.u ed for those tlnit preferod thoni,
while ti who did not wert accommodated
with i nke, y.u, ehlckon. &c.
- uiiini.i v. as for once in her life complete- tor t.lioin permanently iii an account
dTyTa"." |book. This will prevent confusion
ubsiiqueiit years. N. >L SiiEr-
liberally 011 t.he surface; never set
voiui"; trees in a meadow,but always 1
where* the gr< und can be cultivated.
Where the si. il can not be cultivated,
mulch the s-erf ace for several feet
about the tree with rotten straw.
Coarse manure or other substance, to
keep the ground constantly moist..
As soon as a new orchard is set out
ami before any names are lost, regis-
• north Ilroaflw.iy,
citksoknt City, C'-iu,:.noMA.
Tin 1nbli"~ aiv furnish .I with tie- best 'be
mst i'ket ;i lvo: ■ 1!-. e\! hi-. 1;; kept in fii'st-
i-lii'H order. a'-commiuluiions second to none
in the city. Give me a call.
KRA N K MOCK, l'ro|i fior.
( Kl> KN |- ti llll'.i:!t SHOT.
111:1:1 >, in the W estern Plowman.
B. F. MOCK,
mu HAIR cn'TIMl \N r SH AVING.
O. H. SMITH
Saturday crescent city was again
full of people. ;
we are glad to note so many pleas-
ant gatherings of our citizens, show
Mr. O. II. -11/lth, who furnished the nupix-r iujv a disposition on then* part to Piipor llanglnB and Kalsomining.
for Ihe masque ball-has our llianks Torn very mwrV while t.llcV cam Cniacwr Cm* "*
u ice culu pri>s>Olitvd to the otUee
l). D. BALDWIN
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Widner, E. F. Crescent City Courier. (Crescent City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1894, newspaper, February 23, 1894; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc227083/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.