Wagoner County, Indian Territory (OK)
Vol II No 20
February 16, 1894 (Part 4)
Abstracted / Transcribed byLinda Haas Davenport
When the print is so faded that it cannot be read <.....> will be used. All transcription will be as found in the paper, misspellings and all
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James Parkinson went to Muscogee Wednesday.
Mrs T A Haryison is visiting in Eufaula this week.
E Dwire went to Kansas City last week on a business trip.
Mrs Martha Norman has added a new front fence to her improvement.
Miss Cora Clingan will attend the Harrell Institute at Muscogee this session.
John J Beard, of Poteau, I.T., visited his son, John Beard, in this city last week.
Mis Emily E Hatfield, of Meredosia, Ill., is visiting with her son, Chas. W. Hatfield and family.
Mrs. L Spiekerman of Kansas City, arrived here last Friday night to visit her sister Mrs E Dwire.
George Montgomery, stock inspector for the Indian Territory at St Louis stock yards came in last Thursday for a short visit.
Dow and Herbert McWhirter, of the Bentonville Marble works, were in the city this week. They do an extensive business in their line in the territory.
Mrs J A Norman and children visited in the country last Saturday and Sunday, consequently were caught in the storm.
J G Terrell returned Wednesday evening from Waldron, Ark., where he had been spending several days with his family.
Misses Mattie and Cora Clingan in company with their brother Sherman was up to the city last Saturday and called on several friends.
E B Childers, Thomas Scott and Tom Williams were pleasant callers Thursday. Mr Scott is prosecuting attorney of this district.
Miss Lela Head left Tuesday for her home near Ozark, Ark., having received word that her mother was very sick. Her nephew, Walter Head accompanied her.
J C B Lindsey and wife went to Ft Smith Sunday night. The former returned Wednesday morning but Mrs Lindsey will remain a few days with friends and relatives.
James Harris returned from Ft Smith Friday morning, where he had been to appear as witness against Bob Delosier, the negro, who stoled Dr Blakemore's horses last fall.
C H Sypert made a trip to Muscogee this week on legal business. The colonel says he likes to visit Muscogee, and from this fact he has always met with friends and especially among the attorneys.
Miss Mattie Clingan, one of the cherokee Nation's popular school teachers, was reappointed to the Pleasant Hill school 4 miles east of town in Coowecscoowee district, and began school Monday.
F E Smith is building an addition to the back end of his drugstore, which he will use as a ware room.
James Lowery is now running a delivery wagon, and is re-shelving and otherwise improving his store building.
It is with regret that we announce the death of W R Lindsey, which occurred this week at his home in Claremore. Mr Lindsey was an honorable gentleman and respected by all who knew him.
Jas. Parkinson has lately returned from St Louis where he went to buy goods to add to his already mammoth stock of merchandise in this city. He bought all told, three car loads, one of furniture and two of other kinds of merchandise. He now has the finest stock of furniture ever displayed in this city, and he is doing business right.
Headache and Indigestion can be cured. If you don't believe it try Beggs' Little Giant Pills. Sold and warranted by S S Cobb & Co.
Beggs Cherry Cough Syrup will cure where all others fail. Sold and warranted by S S Cobb & Co.
Commencing with Friday morning J C Berry, the photographer, will be found at the Mrs. Ella Forrester studio. The instantaneous process used; or negatives made in 1-2 seconds. Photographs finished in three-five days after negative is made. Give him a call and you will be pleased with the work he gives you.
FT. GIBSON NOTES.
R N Corley, representing the Bentonville marble works came in from Tahlequah Friday.
Charley Smith, a highly respected citizen died last Tuesday. He had been in delicate health for a long time.
A Presbyterian minister, assisted by Bro. Barnhouse, is conducting a very successful meeting at this place.
J R Mayfield, a prominent merchant of Vian was a guest at the Ross hotel Tuesday.
A M Pope, night operator and Miss Georgia Trent, were married by Rev Barnhouse, on the night of the 10th. The contracting parties are well known and they have many friends who wish for them much happiness and a long life of prosperity.
Our school under the supervision of Miss Flora Ross, is progressing nicely. Miss Flora seems to be thoroughly up to the business of teaching.
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Jasper Exendine, has opened up a general store at Mound City near Bartlesville and orders us to print him some stationary. Jasper has always been a valued friend of The Record.
Try the celebrated Diamond S Baking power. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded. Davis & Jones.
O W O Hardman, Sheriff of Tyler Co., W. Va., appreciates a good thing and does not hesitate to say so. He was almost prostrated with a cold when he procured a bottle of Chamberlain's cough Remedy. He says "it gave me prompt relief. I find it to be an invaluable remedy for coughs and colds." For sale by S S Cobb & Co, Druggists.
E W McIlhany of Sedalia, Mo., and live stock agent for the Missouri Pacific railway, is well known in the territory as a stockman. He has delivered one fine poland china male to N B Childers, a well known and progressive farmer and stockman of this country, and also one to George Marshall, another enterprising farmer, which gave entire satisfaction. Farmers wishing to improve their stock or hogs would do well to purchase of Mr McIlhany.
Branon & Hayes extensive dealers in general merchandise, at Illinois Station, sends in an order this week for a lot job of printing. Accept our thanks gentlemen.
Mose Alberty, of Claremore, was in town Tuesday.
Father E V Reynolds, of Muscogee held Catholic services in the Schrimpsher Hall, in this city, last Sunday. They had quite an interesting meeting, and a good attendance. They intend to hold regular services at the Hall, until they can build a church. Father Reynolds called at our office Monday and we found him to be a very pleasant and an agreeable gentleman. We found him to be very well pleased with the location of Wagoner, and he thinks it has a bright future. He also spoke very commendable of the kindness shown him by our people while here.
Dr G A McBride of Ft. Gibson, one of the most prominent and best posted physicians in the Cherokee nation sends us an order for printing this week.
W A Hancock for two years in the employ of C Hayden of Chouteau, as book-keeper, and Miss Viola Hogan, daughter of merchant J C Hogan of Pryor Creek, and as fair a flower as ever bloomed in the Cherokee nation were united in marriage last week. The happy pair spent a few days visiting this city the latter part of the week. May they tread the beautiful paths of peace and happiness all along through life's journey.
The ad of Meadows & co. of Pryor Creek, dealers in furniture and undertaker's goods will be found at its proper place in these columns. You will find this firm composed of nice gentlemen, ready to serve you when anything is desired in their line. Give them a call.
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Chester White And Poland China's, Strains Of The Best Breeding. - I am now ready to book orders for early summer and fall delivery. The facilities for shipping are first class. I guarantee safe delivery of the stock to the purchaser. E W McIlhany, manager, Sedalia, Mo.
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