The Pond Creek Tribune. (Pond Creek, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD.
R N. McKAY, toi l or and proi\
Kait<*i‘f>i|.>it ftn* iNiitif rirpV j^.iulll. for
IriiiiFfiiiK^lon lliiMiigli flit* null Is iim .t
• »iu| i’Iumn mull mutter.
t’Vur ui el.H fruni n«*\t TitemU.v Urlty
iV-lniMter l.ftwreiiro n| l.nmont
| lit llif (stunt)’ Kent Tiii m(Iu) .
Mft*. lUuifii1 \\ 111*111 !«. ri'hiVfrliiK
Irom u ntiiu u < r j'iu‘11*«*r*iI fovor.
N»Mi*liiMir UiHirp* Mnlir »»f the Vote*
i tu.i.le h i>h> liicsit trip to linl., I'lltlny.
I'l'iiil rirelc Im- «ovorn) young )jii||«*n
, nIto mo "iiupful nm| evpmt hh trle
UAILUOAD TIMK l Altl.K.
JKMUTU lUll Ml.
No. ?, in,*i 1 mnl (•tpr«'MM .,, , fi<Mi h m
** I, until unit cxpri**•.....H:tn p m
41 51*?, lieijilit .. ‘I:Jl.% p m
►'•I 11| uuN> i>.
No. •», mm! mol (•.\piemt.......*:ll» u m
44 I, 11‘ftll ltlt*l r\|*fCm ... ,|0:ll P lit
44 ill, lorn! freight,,........ 11:451 » m
I.. I«. Knowi.i n, Agent.
Tin Tiiiiiim. wuh the lirst hoimfhlo
new*paper puhlUiieil In the Cherokee
M IttM UII'TION IIATKf.
One )ear____ 4l.no *i\ montlui.....*50c
Tim e month*, 2 V.
OO.V IHHJ.vrioN ALOllt Kril-I'f .rliiii* pv
Sumifey i*i 11 |o«k u. m. nel 1 i* ia
Pmyrr 1i:k Wnliiaxlnv Sunday
f ’lfMii :o to »». hi.. i«i|.|(Miri*tia • llu'lcAvur Soci-
ety .a |». hi. mi SiuelAV.
0. McsCi m , Pa* tor.
• 'in ii, ii
•VlorU a in,
lei hi 7:;t'> i*. tu.
>llli lll> mi II
rmyer meetiiiir every innr«ii»v nlglit. Sun,lay | ’ ,
•etiool nt len. ui.,Hiul Mjnworih l.rajur devotion- plOIWUlltly enteitililieil
•5-efviee nt *»:'!*• |>. m. l lto firm Tue«<lnr wcnniF 1 , ,, , . • . , ..
in eNoh inonili there will Im< u l.onjrue himine.-s j yniiitg frh mis at tin
Msrtmir. nr«t the third Tuesday eveniutf n litenirv
N. Mi Knylhu. 1’iMtor.
lto|*\ to Mr. mnl Mrs. .lulln lllhtmv
er, i»r Ntt-h\|)|e, a non. hr. Wallaee at
<»h this mini! isn't li 'lUngrcwble?
Mel We’ll I,ike, l|hunt it (out IlirifO Ilf ||t
If you pleuse.
Conrad Mt reck er iimde it imoneiw trip,
( on m*l sireikrr twelve, | a nir load *" lud#|»t,iul*,in,»», Kan mo- lu«t week
of plows ami other farm implements on returning ^iiml.iy night,
A large Maurtmnnt of Fresh Gntilcn
I *r. Kfiatpr i.W'iih tin> i hcn|,„.t pnli of ........ H» |>n« •ml Inllk nt Klllott'.
tiillnr IIIHilr pallia III tonii-tbi')’ mat 1 N<’W ,'rl>|,| Hlnic.
Mti, only IIfly (Tn.n. j Th. Kpwor.1, Ung,w »||| K|Vl. „
A murrlugc IIchinp was l««iu,,l Uj l«li**rnry ttitoriiliiui(>nt of Tneailav
Jniigr Ihu kon ill., go, t„ William Howell *■ votiluj; Mnroli r,,||.
ami Mari It. < Alien. j A lm<lnrag block wasmoved over from
Alining the liciivy k|,||,m.1,1, ,,f ^„„d, ' •N"’rl*1 *,|>ni' *'r.,i>U. \Vi,line,,lay, uuil
rei eliT.l here Innt n,.ek «ii. n car uf j l,l««-*,<l In posltlnti eu llronilwny,
Hour forth- Bouton Store. ; Heorjte Klwooit w«, in totvn Monday.
were I <'"ll',,0t|dalea openiiij, U real natule
Lraalc ",l*1 '* I'1 Meilford, in n .hurt time.
I Smile pnrtlei nreputtlnit in neolil ntoi
an,I went Main ►tree,, ami It in mild
Tm. will eniritue in ohlpplug gnnie,
Ttitni m to he aeutto friend*. j s. A. Diirr„nKli will plant ,i large
Alderman Knndnll U out with a new ' '""I itrnpnJvlnei
anil of eluthen, and there Inta been n() 1 *,,1h kprlug ou lila Id. r.,nn Jnitt mint „f
rtre that ivo have heard of either. I
The flrnt garden to he planted .|,|a , "*7 "'"rH fu'"r"’1 wltl‘ " ' "*edue,
‘• 'J' f,l|in .lohn I Ingler an old neighbor
from Howard, Knnsn.H. ,Mr. Klagler in
ilulling h|n ann \ „„ „f Hoek laland
No 3ti0ngi;t ;
If I . t J
- H ui.
m o i;
«k / /
1 f 1 CUP.rO BY USIK3
' SlMcf.il V,-M I w i*. . lit* tim'd W IIM |||
VnH ni||i||iiuii in* uii run ilown.
Lli'l til)’ ylMirf.il Im it'll M’f) i .ill'll li
pulrtul M) lutmt* w.ii* nwi>!i
Miui'*l|Hidiio'idhu i'll Hi** line l
!•(**» *i"'.lr« iu*lh Hot i*li4*9v*) HMil in* f.’.’l
Mr. nud Mt»*, \\ . j«*f CurpruUT
among lh„ i rmvd who came in to
with onr merclianln Bntttrdny,
< ■ II. I'erklna called Saturday
paid for tIt iee htiliacrlptloiiH to
..........._..i itor . ,
lltlfl **CM* |u|m.|,|Ii|i* ||| I|*f
illi*I •null I................r .... ....
tlj .4|*|M*tli*' ri'turto'd mi l ivii.t
**fd %tr,•uiftli, I- *i« • .*i»‘;«(ct*«l •,
i iMt. I • .'tutu. jK'i',1 I .I,|im* \*......
.irtlh* iiu* l ••••in not I. * * i irlruiyo lot |)|,-
|.olh*i ... .......
It. roll, wed •treiiiftll. I''ii«'.'l||1itfe
Itiewi ie«iil|« | U.'lit «•*» liikll'i; I!*•• h>
Mllpurlllil. till I llltll IlHe't Idle • . ?‘| 1
lorl.**u It t • t* ;•• 11'it ore ' \ \,TuV'
iJ0S I) CREEK,
l hi vi \ Diiiki tom
►prlug In tbla vicinity, mo inr aa beard
t rnm waa that of \V. T. Hiitann outlie
Agent Knowles an,I mater very „ ,
a .mu,her orthelVl ),,^ ','?'''o ; ’ ''**'* |W l
their rooms Friday j'' S",r"’
‘•veiling. | Prof. Haines went to Rnld on Monday
j aa attorney iu W. K. Sulllvuri’a contest
He aueceoded In getting the case
I. N. Deck
I). It, itrecu
1). W. Julian
Ulrn. Fniuces Uuver
J-. II. Sinttno
•I. A. I lit llois
.!. II. Urattnn
J. W. lierrvmu
W. II. Taylor
C. S. Iiigersol
TV. T. cimudler
Heglster *»f Deeda
Mrs. I>r. .Maht and little .lohnnir
1 turned on Friday morning from
extended visit with her parents
Mi Cline Kiumis.
( . B. Franke Charles Watson
James Mi Kay \V. Ik Smith
John Handati Fred Trekell
K. I . Boyeuian
Comity Surveyor's Ofllce Grant Co. O. T. ,
Pi>m> (nils. Jan. Id, |HH5: L'ntil •z*,lt! *he Biliool heuda issued by this
Blither uotiee.the county surveyor's of- j board,
flee will lie Kept open at the county goat (
on Sntuidin oi <-a t, week. Dd’lce in To protect against the hot summer
renin with slmriil. Hctteis addressed to 'sun that " ill Main be with us (' H
either Fund ( reek or Medford will rc- I Franke has erected a broad 'frame
Dr. Wallace rciiorl* that Charles Keel
,, , ,. . , log's nine year old daughter, who has
( a.hoBe services were held in tins city , been very sick with iulh of the
mi Sunday by l ather Beck and were ; bowels, is recovering,
largely aiicnded especially by memberH !
from the country. j ^ illiuin. Rroa, have moved a building
Seed potatoes a. ffi cents per bust,el . uvh U u!' 'LVl'i" h ‘ '‘'i'1',,?,','/,,)1,1,.
j room for their im reasing business.
Owing to sickness in Ids family Key.
Dclnplalue is unable io bo hero Sunday
iind quarteily meeting will not be held
ut that time as has boeu aiiuounccd.
I.'iKr,—Mrs. Dclaplaiu died at
11 o’clock on Wednesday.
With Prophet Hick's and Hie ground
bog both in disrepute us weather
prognosticators we shall have to fall
back on the broken bone end rheuma-
•S*'ed potatoes nt T-> cents per hushd
nt the Hobtou Store.
Itiias lieen suggested that a cattle
aud burse market be established in this
city, where on one day or each month
or oftener. stock can he bought sold or
traded. The scheme is a good one and
is-worthy of consideration.
at the Boston Store.
Trustee Coovcr of Hickory waa iu
town Friday. Mr. Coover reports
thirteen families iu li is township receiv-
ing aid from the comity.
The first improvements of the season
bave been made by 11. 1. Wasson on Ids
residence, which is now one of the most
roomy aud pleasant iu the city.
Mayor Wood, Attorney Wldttinglll and
other prominent Koidites came up Sun-
day to consult .with our people on mat-
ters of interest to the two towns.
L. K. Clogatou president of the hoard
of education of this city, is in Ginline
this week in the interest of a bill iegal-
.< prompt .....
J, see J'J. twp ai. r ;;w.
I,. II. sntmoss,
attend- is Hesnlence, se
( oiiuty Surveyor.
j awning across
tlie entire front of the
II. C. Mnsoun.
J. W. Bird,
gIHH ,t M AliOOM.
,A’o/r/;7/ I’nIIIir in oj/irr.
Orsici on Broadway - - Pond Carrs, O T
Yy.ussn.\ .1 CLOU STUN.
j Hick's grtat blizzard that was to
j sweep over the country last week has
proved a total failure; nud still some
people will iusist tlmt lDcks knows all
about the weather.
Miss Della Knowles returned on Sim
day, to her home at Marion Kansas.
Miss Knowles made many friends during
her visit here who will he pleased to
have her come again.
I just received a car of blacksmith's
coal or good (jiiallty which 1 wish to
sell out us soon us possible. Anyone in
need ,,f coal can get a bargain.
• f K. G. Lavkhty.
I will lie in Pond Creek about March
I, with some more teams to sell; also
some Early Seed Corn and Millett soed.
K. I). Waud.
*.-¥ M.-nii >, « i, - i,- 'itlfl* ■ ■■
pt'Hp. Hum* I• • ‘u-,• ..............
AT THE WORLD'S FAX . %
♦ • m i »
I’ T. Walton, Mayor Berryman, t\ 11.
Franke, J.C. MeClellatid, H, M. Ihir-
rough. S. |„ Bradley nud D. It Madden
arc In Guthrie looking after county seat
♦ • • • ♦
Itaiii began to fall here Monday even
lug and the gen'le refreshing showers
still continue. Everybody la rejoicing
over the prospect.
Washington's Birthday Obsctvcd.
In response to a reputed from the Com-
mander or this department of the G. A.
li. (lie veterans of tlie flute war made
such preparation ns the brief time al-
lowed ami in a very appropriate manner
commemorated the iu:ld nnnlversnry ot
Hie birthday of the "Father of his
country", at the Congregational church
The meeting was presided over by Col.
II. II. Carr and the program, which con-
sisted of addresses, songs and recital Ions
J was well rendered and hstouod to with
interest by the large audience in attend-
The principal address was by II. C.
Mneoon, and the generous applause
which rewarded his effort indicated that
though tins was hla lirst appearance be-
fore n Pond Creek audience, he well im-
ilerstiiinls the art of entertaining success-
fully a gathering or this kind.
"Barbara Fritchio” was rendered by
Miss I,*m Koch in her usual pleasing
manner aud “The Blind Veteran" by T.
N. Tripp, ivas recited in a way that elect-
ed hearty applause.
FOR A SAFE INVESTMFNT IN
fj REAL ESTATE.
The city is situated in
the celebrated Valley of
the Salt Fork of the Ar
The soil is especially
adapted to the raising of
and garden Vegetables.
The town is well locat-
for 20 miles away.
Pond Creek has a sub-
stantial growth and now
is the time to purchase
lots as they are selling at
low figures owing to the
depression in the money
market. Will double in
value within one year.
C. ». WA?«0*»
THE LEADINQ DEALER IN
HARDWARE, STOVES, FARM
Glass, Pumps, Etc,
3Flnttli.0ii in doiuieetioMu
Courteous Treatment, Right Prices,
IT'H l.N’Jl Him s To (•Top s(.DUES’!,Y
and don’t b« Imposed upon by buying u I'ciucdY
bat reinin', you t» do m, a. It in nothing
■........ tbuu a itibslimtc. Iu ili» sudden stop
pngo of tobacco you must Imvn com,. 4|niuJnn'.
nd in most all cun,, the effect ol ib. xilinn
j§ntx be It opium, morphine, or her ophlub ,,
Icuvuh a inr ivuiso habit coo
traded. Ask your ilniggi i
"•'out BACO-CURO It
is purely icgoluhlc. V,ni do
not have to stop using tobacco
" illi BACO • CURO- •• will notify you when to stop aud your desire lor lo-
bacco will cense, Your system will be in. tree Irom nicotine its the day before you
took your drat chew or amok". An Iran clad written guurantea to absolutely cum
the tobacco habit In nil It, forms, or money relumlcd. Price ♦I.IH) per box or
II boxes (do days treatment and guaranteed cure.) *;>..Ml. Pro saic by all dmgglsts
or will be scut by mail upon receipt or price. SEND SIX TWO CENT STAMPS
Foil SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free.
Eureka Chemical iV MTg Co., Ln Crouse, WIs.
I mil. of Till: 1’IONKBR rilF^.t COMPANY. ('. W. Itoums. Supt.
. St. Pa.ll. Mian.. Hapi. 7, Ism.
knroks Clisinlcsl so-1 Mis Oo„ hs Crows. tVIs.
i i „“,r —t bsis t'fsa a lohsneo liro-1 lor insny yosrr, and -lilriuc tbs ps.,l twoysarr bova
Diimkptl nitern t« tKrnty cutArA rcuuUrlv every thy. My whole norvutis -v«tcm oreniuo un-
til my (ihyiiiiMfkiitoldhue I tmiAt yrjvr up ilio use of tobacco for the time boUitfi nt lrn.*t, 1 triud the
90*o«ll()«| 'Keeley Cure« ••No-Tix-Uni'.'' an>l vnrious oihor remu<lie*. hut without •uiren*, until I *«?•
fitlcntally loorne.lof your * iUco-Curo," Three week* uku l com ui rued ufinuyaiir i*r»'pur»»ion
mid lo-tlny I ruuBi.Irr inyeolI cmniilutely ••urwl; 1 am in tierfoot heiiltii.Nud the horrihle eruxinn for
U)liMi'0<>. which every inveterate rinoktr fully apiiroelate*. Iim coiuuletcly left me. I cousidcr your
liaco-Curti dimply wuuuertul, and ouo fully rocomtneud it. iuur» vor^ truly.
___ , C, W. Iloruick.
The music was in charge of the Misses ---
McCune aud Pro. . Haiues and il mis up- | First published in Tribune Feb. 28 ’03.)
propriate to the occasion and exceeding-1 NOTICE,
ly well rendered as are all efforts by Notloo is horsby giion [list ou the Uth.lsr of
March 18P5, at the hour of f o'clock n. in. or s-
Attorney at Law,
City Attorney. l’oud Creek, 0. T.
Q E. DAIhlCY,
Attorney at Law,
£ond Creek. ... Oklahoma.
All kinds of paper* made out—nraofieo in all the
court-?. Fees moderte. Oliice over P.0.
JgOTCE AND KAINE.3,
Office: Duncan Block, ltoom No. 2.
In this city by 1. N. Deck probate
judge on February 20, Albert J. Johnson
, |... .. .. I ’*’• Hadley iV Co. a linn from '"Miss Ida Millie Danielson both
| Hennessey (). T. have rented the j i'loud county Kansas.
' Howard building on C. Street aud will: In this city by 1. N. |),.c|t n,.ol.al.,
engage in a wholesale feed business aud judge, on February 21 ]•' n ’ ir.
later ou will buy and ship grain. t„ Miss Emma Se 4,^ both i f S !
*V. O. Duncan celebrated Washington's . t-°"Rsliip Grunt county (). T.
'birthday by borrowing a shovel and! M
wheel barrow and paving "ill. cinders I Oll0 , Pay Ul>;
a walk across the alley between bis west r'llV09 fl0llth
ofllce aud the Duncan block. He did a!. . ' " ,arfi,*Iil county was
good job I brul'£ht berore Jlll>b’« Deck last Thurs-
; day on charge of horse stealing, the
John Cole who sustained a severe con complaint, belmr sworn out. by s M
tussion of the hip, by a fall from the Koch of North Ponil Creek,
depot platform, two weeks since, is still ] It appears tlmt Williams bail borrow-
laid up from the effects or bis full. ed money of Mr. Koch nud loft a horse
It was in the pleasant aud graceful ! l1"1',’ 1:ltcr' tu."lc iluJ took tlie
movements of the dance to the strains \ TVi'i°Ut tlie ,,obt'
of sweet and .-n,Berating music that a 1 ! '‘iS'"’'"'i'l''bH"e Mm
large number of our cit.zens commem- . ’ ‘^ '"- ''“^'■rces-ft,1 Williams
orated the recent notional holiday.at „ 'L o> , “ v °d del,t’
Music Hall iu this city, on Friday night. 8 and n'HS ‘I'scbarged.
these popular singers.
C. B. Fin nke vas cal led on for u speech
but declined as be did not profess to be
u public speaker, lie however, in a leiv
words expressed bis gratification, as an
old soldier, at the spirit that preserves
for more than a century the memory of
one who had served Ids country and it
inspired the hope that all xi Ho had at
any time stood between the mitiou and
its peril would never he forgotten.
The exercises were brought to a close
t| by tlie reading of u short original poem
0f by Col. Calvert who is an ex-confederate
soldier, tlie sentiment of which was loy-
alty to the dag and lidelity to the govern-
ment established by Washington.
Lady Aberdeen triad a novel solution
j of the even--vexing servant girl problem
I In her homes in Scat laud ami Canada,
J mid In the April number of the Ladies’
Hour, .lorn\.u, she will, in an article ex-
plain the method she adopted.
lyjAL'Kk'Y X MADDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
Foml Creek, (eountyueaL'L countyj, Oklahoma.
Office Rooms t and ,r> in Walton Bank
C A MU EL WESTON.
^ .. Notary Public.
IlofercHiiec— Rank of Pond Crc k.
Office on Broadway opjiOsitc meat market.
soon thereafter as the *amo can be heard, the
mayor and city council of tho city of Pond C reek,
(•rant county, Territory of Oklahoma, and tho
probate judge of wiid county will proceed before
the district court to hear and determine the j
amount of the city indebtedness due aud owiuK •
by rmid city, iind will ask tho judge of said court •
to sign tho bonds to be issued for paying tho
same to the amonut of twenty-nine hundred dol-
lars the amount determined on the 27th day of
February, 18U6, by said mayor and city couucil
hp due and owing by paid city for which bonds
may properly and lawfully be issued.
All person!interested in the matter are here-
by notified to be present at the time said proof
is inado as aforesaid.
Said showing will be nindo and said hearing bo
lmd at the court room of said court in the city of
Pond Creek on the day aforesaid; a more par-
ticular description of such indebtedness is fully
shown by the petition to bo filed tit tho office of
the clerk of said district court.
Dated Feb. 28,1895. >,
Attest: Ad (irocn, J. W. Berryman,
City Clerk. Mayor.
W. H. Bedford,
IfORSESllOElMl. I SPEC I LTV
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREETS.
West side of Railroad track.....
First imlili-lioJ in The Tribune Feb. 21, 1S95.
CniteJ Stal os Land Office, EuM, 0. T. Feb. 4 ,'Mi
*.....rrri ™ ?***-*■
fi * 01,11 correspondent tJiaoh.is Thi. oniug his homestead oatry No. t'^77. dated Nor.
1 RiBt'NE, but once in ti while Home of ! 1806, itp.rn the southwest quarter section 24,
them allow personalties or neighborly I t0'v,iship 25, range 4, in “L” Grant county, O. T.
differences to get into their ° items ! 'vi.th n v»«w to the cnnceHation of said entry, the
said parties are boreby summoned to appear at
M.t " humanity remains weak and e,r- U.S. Land office Eni.l, 0. T. on tbc -JJ lay ,f
log these dillicullies will occur and they | April. 1805, at 'j o’clock a. in., to resend and
look big to those directly concerned but ^urnhh testimony concerning said alleged
..... . .. p ■ , ... . ... AhiiliJn
Attorney Bird is meeting with success .Monthly ®pm'of X%lgh B.-hool
just ilepartnieiit of I'oml Creek M-hooia eijil-
as a divorce lawyer. He had ................ . „„u w
conizneuced an action last week, when j hi^February 22, 1803.
ho received notice that the defendant!. t,Nu'i'lb,'r cnrolIed .'!!
had died. This gives his client n ' " Vhose not absent,
decree from a court Irom n liicli there is • Mario Darrongli Mabel Enveurt
no appeal. I EBa Kot-U Bernice Thoimis
... ... 'i'a Walton Grace De.Mnss
" ■ “immo lias been appointed "rria Enyeart Dean CummiiiH
post-master at Milan a new! post office Ueuj, lliue Clyde Llnvllle
situated ou see. 28-25-0. Mr. Kimmo
was in town Monday and expressed
himself as very mucli iu lavor ot a mail
route from this city to his office and
others iu that section.
Those not tardy.
Anna Hutson Aland McKay
llo.xey McKay Bernice Thomas
\ iva Walton Grace Barceioiv
Grace DeAIoss Dean Cummins
Orris Enyeart Aden Enyeart
Had the ground hog known as much j ''has Km'h°Cl1 t;8lL“valto„
nbont the weather as he is generally Csr.m Hainks Principal
-■ given credit for, he would have fixed) Monthly report or the intermediate
pUacIpG,, o, Itbedatoof bis reappearance three weeks ] department for tlm month beginning
* * • y * Le I d 11 Oo O U ig60n earlier: and would uoiv bate been out •Ihnuary 2? and ending February 22.
LII e. 11. ..........1 f.s_______. it! 1,1,11 s ir 'bo lanln* ......... ...S ! 1. ^ UlUbfiT Of Jltipils OUroll ed JO.
Neitlier tardy nor absent
tiro not of special public interest. Give
us the news and tel] all about the pleas-
ant things but leave out the aspersions
w - | X.44...U1. uutv iiu* *3 Util'll 'JUl
Alls.lJ, ],r..m|.tly anevorcl. Offi.-o over Walton nibliliiig the tender grass and enjoying
Bank. Refidenco, 2 blucka South of square.
JQR. J. S. WALLACE.
Physician &, Surgeon
Calls auawored promptly, day nr uight.
Diseased of wnmou and children a specialty.
Office: West next to Dow’s Drug Store.
QR J. C. MAUR,
County Health Officer. Office in Orewenu buil-ling
-D. A. BISHOP,-
dill kind nj Hoots rind Shorsinndo
fo Ordrr. Repairing .Yealit/
and Promptly Executed. -Ill
II’'ark (Inarantrrd. Shoji on
Broad torn/ near Seventh St.
GIVE ML A CALL. •»* TT*
the pleasant sunshiue.
f’erlmps not less than 230 horses were
hitched ou ultr streets Saturday after-
noon and out of tlie number, it is esti-
mated by a com patent; judge that there
were not to exceed 20 that were not in
good working order. This fact indi-
cates tlie excellent nourishing quality
of our prairie grasses, as but few
farmers bave grain to feed.
W. T. Hutson of tli is city was a
citizen of Virginia at the breaking out
of the rebellion and bis knowledge of
the country enabled him to render
important Hervice to the l uion Army as
a spy and scout. Later however he
abandoned this extremely hazardous
profession aniK enlisted in the 1st Mary-
land Cavalry serving ' ~
Cornelia Sullivan Hubert Sullivan
Mable Lawrence Clyde AVbarrv
>'« promotions from intermediate to
Lv< v WTianitv Teacher
Report of the piimaiv department for
thd month ending February 22, No.
enrolled for tite month In, average
daily attendance 3i>.
Those not tardy during the month
l* red Bishop Katie Kronen
May Ramsey Eva Bishop
Those not absent.
Elina .’off Winnie Miinu
fora Barceioiv Ada Monroe
Herman Foui|iiet i’enrl Kldridge
Makion McClnk. Teacher.
Dr. Pantlinrat’s lirst article to women
in 1 iik La Lit t-;s Home JotiiNAt. lias prov-
ed so popular that the entire huge edi-
tion of the February issue of the maga-
zine alas exhausted within ten days, and
a second edition of 45,000eopies lias been
TERRITORY OF "OKLAHOMA ! ™
(•rant County. j
ltoanil Pond, 0. T. Fob. 20, 1895.
Tho board of county cammiesiunors mot in tho
offioc or county clerk nt 1 o'clock p. m. pursuant
to ii cull for n special session lor the purpose, of
considering tho matter of hondin* tho indebted-
ncssof Grant county, O.T. Present; J. A. Du-
bois, John Grattan and A. J. Arnold.
After consideration of the matter of issuing
bonds, on motion the board adjourned till 9
o'clock *. in. Feb. 27,1H95.
Uound Pond, O. T. Feb. 27,1895.
The board of county commissioners mot in the
office of the county clerk nt 9:3U o'clock a. m.
The board of county commissioners haring
J. J, Bossier,
R. W. Patterson.
J. S.Harper &Co.,
L County Abstract Office.
Loans and Collections.
Buy and Sell Town Lots and Claims.
McKAY & Co.
The only first class
gallery in the strip.
Views of Buildings,
Farms or .Stock.
Old pictures copied
| Published in the Tribune Feb. 28, 1895.]
Ordinance No. 50.
An ordinance oeenin? the street* over and
across the right of wny of the Chicago, Rock
Island and Pacific Railway.
Be it ordained by the umyor and counbiluien
of the city of Pond Creek:
See. 1. That all the original streets as shown
on the official map, plat and survey of the gov-
ernment townsito of Round Pond, now the city of
Pond Creek, which lie upon, over and across the
right of way of the Chicago, Rock Island and
Pacific Railway are hereby declarod to be open
public streets and highways.
Passed and approved Feb. 26,1S‘J4.
Attest: Ad (Ireen, J. W. Berryman,
City Clerk. . Mayor.
[Published in the Tribune Feb. 28 1895.)
Ordinance No. 51
Providing for the issuing of bonds by the city
of Pond Creek for the purpose of paying the
contingent expenses of said city.
Bo it ordained by the mayor and couucihnen of
the city of Pond Creek, 0. T.:
---- —. . u. W4.»«i.jr uuuiimasiuuers naving Sec.l. That bonds of said city be issued to pay
made due examination of tho indebtedness' of j l^10 indebtedness of said city remaining unpaid
(J rant county 0. T. find said indebtedness to bo a°d evidenced by outstanding orders on general
as follows, towit: fund of said city incurred during the years 1894
Amount of warrants issued on general and up to and including the 27th day of February
fund prior to July 19, 1894 835*987.15 1895, for, rent payable by tho city, fuel, lights,
I roin July 19,1894, to Jan. 7th. 1895, in- | stationery, books, turniture, policemen, traveling
elusive of warrant No. 100O 819,924.10 j expenses allowed by law to the officers, clerk
Total amount of general warrants issuod j hire, oxpense of city courts, keeping and guard
in said Grant county, O. T„ prior to j »ng prisoners, repairs, and all mattors pertaining
January 7th. 1895 543,911.25 tJ,e actual and necessary operating expenses of
Warrants redeemed . $5,330.92 j 5*‘<1 city amounting to twenty-nine hundred
Warrants outstanding Jan. 7‘ 189.6 inolud- I dollars.
ing No. 1000 $38,580.33 I Sect. 2. That the form of bond to be issued for
The above facts having been ascertained, the , **>‘1 indebtedness on behalf of said city shall be
board of county commissioners, together with 1. * common ordiuary negotiable bonds, payable in
N. Deck, probate judge of (;rant county, O.T. ten years from date nud shall be redoomablo at
agreed upon a form of bond for bonding said in- | t,,e pleasure of Faid city at any time after the
First Published in the The Tribuno Feb. 28,1896.
Notice of Issuing Bonds to pay County
Notice is hereby given that on the 14tl» day of
March, 1895, the board of county commissioners
of Grant county in the territory of Oklahoma, and
tho county clerk ofstiid county will proceed before
the district court of said Grant county to make a
showing and have thecourt hear and determine
the amount of the county indebtedness and to
sign tho bonds to be issued for paying the same
and all persons interested may be present at the
time the proof is made and the bonds signed by
the judgo of said district court. The amount of
said indebtedness for tho payment of which said
bonds will bo asked to be issued has been de-
termined by the board of county commissioners
to be $33,500.00
D. W. Jones, J, A. DtiBois, Chairman.
County Clerk. A. J. Arnold*
SHVCITIEI Sc GO.
Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay
and Provisions at
Wholesale *m> ]Retail.
Good Feed Yard and Camp
House in connection.
West side of track C Street, Pond Creek, Ok.
*** General j often produces
Sheridan's command until the close of
I pv- • - i ..........
The latest remedy f«»r prairie dogs io Ihiveupurf. ex-iuauuger of
to KaturatR a ball of cottoo avith coal .oil, ‘ Bragg Bod wood Co., an
attach it by a stria" to tho tail of a institution at Fort Bragg,
prairie terrapin ami souil him Into tho 1,1 °.v s''" •“ti:*' quantities of L'hamher-
whole. The smoko from tho hurumg i 11 6 Gough Remedy ut tho company*a
cotton w ill drive tlie dog out for fresh -dole ami that ho line himself used this
>w aud Lister lavs. Horse Shoeing "hen he may be killed with a club remedy for a severe cold and obtained
All plow ami lister lays guaranteed ; operator. Of com sc tbc terrapin immediate relief. Tins medicine pie
.. n.. ..'i... ...... "ill soon come out ainun when the veuts an.v tendency .,r a old toward
For sale by l'. A. Dow
Uui ITU 11|»|1 a form ot ljon-1 Tor bonding said in- l,ie I'loaeure of .-aid city at »uy time lifter the
dobtedneas, and flxed the denomination! ol said 1 oxpirntion of three years fruin the date ofthere
bond?; which denominations shall be 950a and issue; and .-.ball benr interest at the rate of six
.......I----------- "■ all sorts and -Mono bonds, payable iu ten years, at not tu ex-! Pervcut. per year, which shall be payable semi-
conditions of weather that a lumberman Itco'1 7 |,er ccilt inl«r's‘t- annually iu the mouths of January Bud July of
is culled upon to endure in the camps 1 „ .">0V°U ll,t'1alw''e "vro read and . «»vh year.
,, ... . ' lit*l>rovo«l Rf< read. See. 3. .SaiJ bond^ Yhall aggregate the sun* of
eiere colds nlitcli, if; Attest: J.A.DnBoU twenty nine hundred dollars aud shall be twenly-
uot promptly checked result in con- County Clerk A j'bi'”"' . aino in number, and shall ho of the denmuinat-
. gestion or pneumonia. Mr. J. <>. Jo'hnUrutau.
" * ■ the Foit! Haved aud seconded that J..hn Grattan he iu-
immenen atruitc 1 to ‘u'eslivate and Gmigbton U|. the
tss-ks of timnshia No. l.and reivirt same,
say s On motion the board ailjourned.to meet .March
Attest: D. V. .Jones. J. ,\.
County i lerk. Chairman.
All persons iniving in their possession
any of the shovels, scrapers or other
tiols belonging to the city, will please
return the same at once to police head-
quarters. IV. T. CiiANor.jcit, Marshall.
In the fall of 18«:i a son of Mr. T. A.
.McFarland, a prominent merchant of
Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal., was takeu
with a very heavv cold. The pains in
his chest were so severe that ho had
spasms and was threatened with pneu-
monia. His father gave him several
large doses or Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy which broke up the cough and
cured him. Mr. McFarland says wben-
his children have croup he
$1,00 - per day
One block west of depot.
JAMES McKAY, Proprietor.
ht good as new. Prices as low as lirst nl11 1,0011 c,,lllc ollt when the j vent* I1U.V tendency or a
rlas, work ean he done. Hbop on south process may be repeated on other ilogs poennnmia and insures
•ast of square. Wagon shop iu conn- j nutil the terrapin tires of the sport . recovery,
action. _ 1 Druggist.
McKay & Co.
Flour and Feed
in car lots and
invariably gives them Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy and it always cures
them, lie considers it tire best cough
remedy Id tlie market. For sale try—c.
A. Doiv Druggist.
C. A. Dow of the Pioreer Drug store
prepares a full line of family medicines
which are us good as any on the market,
and they are all guaranteed to give sat-
isfaction or money refunded. Dows
Cough Syrup is jrnd. now in gr. at de-
mand and has proven to be tlie best thing
1'jve.l an I iiper"ve-l at > imblie meeting of; out for coughs, colds, sore tlito.it, croup
the dly council of said city held on the 27th day ;
of February. 1895.
Attest: Ad Green. J. W. Berry man,
City Clerk. Mayur.
ionof one hundred dollars each, aud «ball be
Dumberod consecutively from one to twenty-nine
.Sw. I. This ordinance .-ball take effect and be
in fore© from and after its iiublieatiou once in the
Pond Creek Tribune.
Livery, Feed barn
and Wagon Yard.
Good Teams and Carriages. Terms reas-
Two blocks west of R. R. on Broadway
J. S. PRICE,
For good Flour go to
McKay & Co.
Fo its.ii.ii—A neat cottage of four
rooms, at Pond Creek station, at busii.on-
ey than it costs to build. I will movo
building tu Pond Creek in good condi-
tion or deduct cost of moling from pur-
chase price. Address H 27, Jefferson,
T-’tf O. T
[First published in the Tribune Feb. 21, 1896.
Territory of Oklahoma, County of Grant, as.
Kittie Kuick ace Patterson,)
F. Marko. *
Notice ia hereby (riven, that by virtue of au ex-
ecution to me directed and delivered, and now iu
my hands, issuod out of the Cturk’s office ef the
Fifth Judicial District Court, Territory of Okla-
homa, tn and for the County or Grant, upon a
judgment rendered in said Court in favor of Kittie
Kuioknee Pattersou and against F. Marko. I
have levied upon tlie foiloeuig describel real
estate of said defendant, to-wit: Lets thirteen,
fourteen, (14)j fifteen. (15); sixteen, CJGi;
block seven. >7u situated in Pend Creek
[Reend Pond I of seiil Grant county.
Territory of Oklahoma, aud that I
! shall on Friday the Tld day of Marsh, A.
I D„ 1896, at (he hour of2 o'clock p. m„ of said day
at the front door of the court house in laid coun-
ty and Territory, proceed to sell tho right, title
j and interest of tlie abov e named F. Marko in and
I to the above described property, to satisfy said
judgment and costs, together with all aeeruiaa
costs ef sale, aud intcrast on the same from the
xtb dey of January 1*96. si the rat. of- ,*r
cenl per anuaai, at public .action, to tlie highest
! bidder for cosh.
. Fu.iaa W*mctsTs.ii. -Sbcriffof Grant County.
' tinted at I'ond Creek this 2Ut day of Fehruory
J. W. MOFFETT,
h Prepared to do all Kinds of
Horse Dentistry and oth-
er Work in His
infibmamyin south-east part ofoitv
Pond Creek, - , - Oklahoma.
HI nays on hand at the.
The best ipiality, lowest prices
and courteous treat-
ment to 'all.
12s* North mde Broadway.
M. i'. 1’AUrisR, Prow.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
McKay, R. N. The Pond Creek Tribune. (Pond Creek, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1895, newspaper, February 28, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc496208/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.