The Pawnee Dispatch. (Pawnee, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1895 Page: 3 of 8
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY AND CITY
The territorial supreme court wilj
convene again July 22nd.
The Guthrie Capital states that
there is an effort being made to unite
the northern and southern divisions of
the M. E. churches in Oklahoma.
G rover Cleveland is father of a bran
splinter new girl. An exchange says
she is a typical pattern of the new
women. We suppose it>is because she
has worn “knee bloomers” ever since
Let It rain. Ruin makes corn aud co('U makes
Yes, corn makes whisky, whisky
makes democrats and democrats make
dunders every time they get a chance.
The Leader’s statement lacks a great
The hay crop in Pawnee county this
year will be unusually large. Already
there has been a great deal cut and de-
Jivered in Pawnee and it is very nice.
If the furiners will do so they can
make some money out of their hay
land this year.
While engaged In firing a wooden
canon at Stillwater on the the nigl)t
of July 3rd. Mr. Henry Keller was ser-
iously injured by the gun exploding.
His right arm was blown off and a
large sliver from the gun was driven
through liis lungs. Latest reports say
he cannot live.
The fate of Jonah was nothing when
compared to what will come to the
editor of the Perry Democrat if he uses
any more Dispatch matter word for
word without the proper credit. We
don’t often say good things and when
we do we like to have credit for it
Guthrie Leader take warning.
Pawnee county enjoyed another
good rain last Sunday, which insures
a bountiful corn harvest this fall.
Large numbers of cattle are expected
in here from Kansas and other parts of
the strip for winter quarters. Farm-
ers should see that every foot of hay
land available is cared for. There
will be a big demand for feed next
winter and farmers should not neglect
putting up lots of hny.
JI LT 3, lft'JA.
Bonn! m«t at 9 n. m. Present, ft,W. Dunlap
and H. K. Wllkeraon. Absent, T. J. Johnson,
Koart on section lln<- la Hoke Smith town-
ship |»t:t I tinned for by W. II. Lamb aud others
was ordered opened.
Hoad on section line in McElroy township,
petltitioned tor by H. X, Case aud others was
Road on section line In Pawnee township
petitioned for by W. s. Hurst aud others was
Report of C.- M. Hill, Co. clerk for <|uarter
ending June 30, w us presented.
On motion report was accepted aud ordered
Board adjourned tp l p. m.
Board met at 1 n. m. All members present
Ou motion W. H. Hussey was Instructed to I
procure the Held notes of orlalnal iroveru-
liieut surveys and complete the held notea of |
this county. . .
On motion C. C. Fox was appointed justice
of the peace for McKlroy township, vice Ilen-
AUE NOW CLEARING UP STOCK IN WAY OF
of being verified in Pawnee county. __________
We have had more rain and have bet- I ryo^ motloirxl^ehench
C. W. 1
ter prospects for corn than any county towu,*hIl>’ v,e*
in Oklahoma, and the democrats are | .The following account* were taken up aud
Oils anl Eals ant Reamanls!
growing fewer every day.
T. .. .allowed: .
1 Dp ratio I j a. Burkholder, postage ............... 4 70
jetween the republicans and democrats I chas. c^^Hombrae. salary os Co. Hupt.^. ^7o in
in this county just now isabput the|a.g!McCain, ’ •* “ - coin...! n9o|
PREPARATORY TO THEIR
between silver 1 |j. g”. *wijkere©n, poor commissioner., as so
. There are about sixteen re-1 j. l. Morphia, supplies,.................. w or.
publican to pne democrat.
i l|, fa. »» iiaviPviM ’
J. L. Morphia,
[ W. R. Httaary, sor. as county surveyors
W. T. Mahan, currying chain............
Tite Democratic board of rqgeota of 1 H. Vneti-h. making twocoffina........... ?! ?!
the Territorial Agricultural and Mo-1 h. \reitch, et court lurasV^iriana;!!!."' io oo
cli.nic.loone|!e*tStaiw«teti?.t Jone|»;,v~“;jXTr“"r„’17wr iom:::: ‘5 S
29, .nd though no charge, or Cpmpl.lnt c. w. Sg^SbiHi;, iS So
had ever been mode against *»ny mem- | c. a. Houston, exismse funding bonds "
And are making great reductions in every line of Summer
ber of the faculty of the college, they £• McHutcdtinaon, feediaSjpriaonen..,. *; £} Q(j8 We will not carry goods over. We are also prepar-
proceeded to fire every Republican IC. A. ^Houston, postage and wood re- b * «Fall and Winter Good»" and
member and replace him by n Demo-1 p. s. Hover, salary as Co. bupt............sou oo mg iur a very -r—
as Co. Com. “
ii4 no I
l r. O. Aiutctf •aaaaa i j an v
crat, the best place in the college go- t.‘j) joh,“j5u,,!,wr'-iCe8
ing to one of the regents himself, and &;,kjS^x^nsee"*Gnt*rle.:.*:: “ 3q
another to the son of the regent. The I »pb0 following bill wan cttsui low erf:
new faculty is as follows: President. I H. Ventch,anl. deputy Co. Treat........ so no I
Prof. Morrow, of Champaign, 111.; pro-I On motion warrant No. s-Ji* for ts7.oo, drawn
fessor natural sciences. Prof. Neal; di-1 on geacral fund in ?'• '"’***
rector of experiment station, J. M. I be drawn on poor fund.
short on room. Now is your time to buy and save money.
Glazier; mathematics, G. M. Clark;
English literature, Freeman Miller;]
secretary, T. M. Upshaw.
On uiotiou board adjourned to£meet ou July
16, ltttij, utDu.ni. .
C. M. Hux. County Clark.
Will T. Little was in this morning on HOKE SMITH.
his way home from the eastesn part of __„..L *
the Creek nation where he and Stewart To° “ 1
Lawns and shall!
Alcorn have been taking in the sights
Mr. Zoldoake cut his oats the first of
[. White foods at
or vests 6,10 and
for the past week. Mr. Little tells usl^e "ee^-
that he saw porn sixteen feet high and | The river is up In full banks again
says it will all average from two to I and past fording.
four feet higher than that in Noble j The Cleveland boys put tlie fixen on
county. The country there is almoat Pawnee the other day.
exclusively a timber country the farms Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson gave
being limited in extent and made by adanCe at Mr. Jeanguenat’s Tuesday
clearing the timber off. At Sennett 1
they took dinner with T. J. Williams I * __, _ ... ___.
and J. H. Moody, former citizens of I Everyone from P*r£
Perry, who are running a saw mill. Iw>uf*try will spend
Those gentlemen are working up a ”*wnee.
good business, in fact are behind now I Dr. Poe is attending the little girl of
with their orders. They have a pig J Mr. James Grimes which has been sick
pen made from cedar boards, from for the past week,
which which we judge they must have Everyone keep their eyes open for
a good supply of cedar. They will I the long looked for wedding which will
shortly build a residence for them- ‘
selves made from walnut lumber. Mr.. The 0toe,8 have be^n viaitiog the
Little says that couiitry is \eij broken I pawneeB t,|ie paBt week and hnve been
and stony. The timber is very largely | holdinga ^ wow on Coal Creek.
of the I
their Fourth in |
Prices H Can’t lie
Our stock is still full
and you can get
red oak, hickory, walnut, pecan and
sycamore. It is a great country for |
Everybody is rejoicing over the rain.
Pawnee will sure raise an abundance
of everything wilhout any more rain.
A great deal of sickness in this part
of tlie country at present. Mr. Win.
Lynch, Mrs. L. J. Bchrack and Mr
Drugs, Paints and Oils.
We carry tlie largest and best stock of Paints in
Pawnee. Our line of Drugs and Oils are un-
surpassed in the county. Call on us. or yo*tomTe.
Webber & Reid.
A DdnovnUo Love Faast with Criminal
Procedure Trl mmlnp-Law and
Surgery Don’t Mix.
On last Tuesday two of our legal
lights, County Attorney Houston and
A. J. Biddison, while arguing some sort
j of a motion in the probate court
made a violent assault upon the ten
Rolan have all been on the sick list I commandments, and before his Hon.,
but all are slowly mending. Judge Lemert co uld call them down,
vESSttffitt: rZlTlo?. “»* »«*•■ neurlj .11 ot .he ten .nd
beat them and now they think they hurled the pieces thereof at each other,
are 6trictly in it, but the boys have to I llis Honor succeeded in quieting them
let them have a game once in a while for the tjme being, but soon thereafter
SA-S temli'-rndd *S .he^mnnld %h. hmke „u. .new .,
play them fair. We understand the | the foot of tlie stairs and the belliger-
Iloke Smiths had a pitcher to pitch for | ants “quoted authorities” at each other
them nnd the Pawnee boys hired him I copiou8iy and commented therecn
to leave town so our boys would j. .
not have anyone to pitch for them. I lreeiy*
We are constantly deceiving new
of all the latest and most attractive
styles, and are selling everything at
a very small profit. Do you need
a hat? If so call on us, and
we assure satisfaction.
A PAIR OFFER!
not have anyone to pi^... .... — . .
Yes sir; McGinty has been bragging on have the weight of authority on lus side,
the lioke Smiths and will bet “dads but Counsellor Biddison came back at
old hat” any time, to get the regular him with an argument so sharp and
usras? whfii r &W It.; p*-*-* «... ■.^ ,.u...
they ore doing. Wait until our boys I mor, but his clothing, nnd found its
come back and they will give them I way into his inner consciousness, in
We make the fairest of fais
Houston seemed for a time to offers to you. Everything in our stock
' is exactly as it is represented If,
when you get your purchase haM, i|
does not suit you, bring It bock at once,
in good condition, and we’ll exchange
it. Refund your money, If you prefer,
Can we do more?
Very Respectfully Yours, #
M>e. A»a Bbbsy,
the region of the pleura, and caused
the blood to flow freely. Just at this
point Deputy Sheriff Clmsteen adjourn-
ed that court by shutting down tlie
. ‘mill”, and placing the combatants
burning | under arre8t. Altogether it was a spi-
pertains to dem-
fsmily matters, we forbear
The largest hotel in the strip. Superior acoomodations.
We make our guests comfortable. Be sure and stop at
Tie oil; first-class Ml ii tie city.
Fine sample rooms for aooomodstion of commercial men.
J. 8. BADGER. Prop. Pawnee. Oklanoma
J. M. Rutter, Prop.
HELL ROARING ECHOES.
Mr. Deihnel and sister have gone to
! Kansas on a visit.
Danley and Adams are
another kiln of lime. . _ , .
Ora Snooks and Zeph Carver are up 1tt r* u B®
I in Kansas at work, and of course some I ucratlc
Game in season.
Fresh and cured meats of all kinds.
Finest grade of lard. Fish and
Cash paid for fur and hides. t0“t?
FORHEY’S Short - Order - House - and •• Bakery.
t -Open at all Hours.—
liven to home customers.
Special attention given to home customers, we gu
neat,clean and fresh. We make a specialty of furnishing sup-
plies for tUhhig parties, social gatherings, weddings, etc. We
also have a neat ice cream parlor fitted up. All the cool drinks.
of the girls are loresome. I trespassing upon suoli sacred grounds.
Has Arkansawyer been going to nor-1 The matter will be raised in the courts,
mal or what has become of him? It I after which we may indulge in a few
looks «s though the correspondents reflection§__upon the -brotherly love
luul struck. I _ , . * stt9
■ Tl.. fourth... ver, quiet lu th«.|0' th’ °oble P"»<«-l°""
ports as everybody went to Pawnee, or I
some pther place to celebrate, and 11 Deputy Marshal Canton Injured,
believe a general good time waa had. Ju§t ag Deputy Unlted states Mar-
Ben Carver and ltuf Hall have (tone hal, F. M. Canton was leaving Paw-
snooks and rentod the Pappan allot- ! . _ .
ment in section 12 and it looks a little nee Tuesday morning with three
now as though Miss Ehima would take United Htates prisoners, on his way to
Ruf’s place and he will go snooks with Guthrie, the wagon was turned over,
some one else. j b*dly crippling Canton in the right
Notwithstanding the unfavorable u Xhe prironerg were Ited ciine,
weather for the basket picnic and all " , ’ . F _ , .
day service to be held in the grove Jolin Meadows and John McFarland,
near the residence of W. H. Freese, I and ss neither of tho three were hurt
several families of the neighborhood they offered tlieir assistance to Mr.
^BraKSaS st «--• <r •-* ^
time and dinuer was enjoyed by all. I assistance to bring Mr. Canton a in
The one great point of interest to I while the other two helped to replace
every body in Pawnee county is crops I tbe dislocated ankle. A conveyance
and to say the prospect Is good is put-1 was sent to Mr. Canton and he was
ting it mildly,and with the old foahloo- J brought home. After- examine-
ed rain, which is now soaking tlie earth I , “ ,, ____
while 1 am writing insures an im- *• ^°® *n^ 1 hilllps it was
mense yield of corn, kattir corn, and found that the injury was not so severe
vegetables, and grass is not “out of IM „t first supposed, however it will
aiairwK.1' «■ —
' when M
South tM «4«M*
I ore looking forws'^ to ttaTtlme when IM the foot wks wrenched badly out of
____i.u.. hog and hominy will supersede high shape and tearfully bruised. Deputy
Specialty • priced flour and sorghum will fill the Marshal Sakerman collected the prie-
topg fall want for something swat. | oners and took them on to Guthrie
J no. Donaghy
Signs and Interior
: Decorating a Specialty#:
Satisfaction guaranteed. Your -i
IFirst publiiHiod In DisrsTCH June Mth. ISM)
la ths District Coert of th. Fwu^i JadlcUI
District, holding tana, in and for Fewose
County, Oklahoma Territory.
Mary Ball. Garrett, \
Jsme. Uarrstt. _ . . I,
To Jaiue« Garrett; th.defendant above nW-
You are hereby not Mori that you haw bean
aiuiU in Hie DistrU-t Court lu anri for FaWMO
County, oklsiioiiiu Territory, by th. above
uameu |>)»lutiif Mary Hell. Uarnrtt. and tM
uule*. }on answer th. petition Sled la sa
case on or liefor. the lfttb. day of Aoxu.% A. ]
imki, the HlloRStlou* contains th.refi».wlU J
taken a* true oikI a Juries
Judge of aolri court, rilvorei
tiff trom you ami restorf n*
uamv of Mary Belle Phil h
na to her her miui
ary Belle Phillips.
Attorneys, for Mary Belli
»mofth« Dt.triat Coart;
by J. V. CoULTia
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Peter, Will H. The Pawnee Dispatch. (Pawnee, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1895, newspaper, July 12, 1895; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc907575/m1/3/: accessed September 23, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.