The Chickasaw Banner and Maysville News
Published at Wynnewood, Oklahoma
January 7, 1910
Oil around Wynnewood
It has been known for years that there is oil near Wynnewood, an it looks like there is shortly going to be work, commenced in earnest to develop these oil prospects. W. S. BROWNING, of Sapulpa, came here some weeks ago and began quietly securing leases on lands east of the city. We understand he has secured leases on 10,000 of 15,000 acres of land, and recently purchased the S. R. OLPHANT residence and will locate here…
Mr. & Mrs. OSCAR SWEENEY were here Thursday.
W. A. TERRELLand REV. JOLLY of Brady were here Thursday.
We sympathize with Mr. & Mrs. R. N. HARPER, whose infant child two days old died Monday. Mr. Harper is a member of the firm HARPER & SANDERS, who recently came from Sulphur.
We are sorry to learn that W. H. PAUL of Pauls Valley was seriously injured at the roping contest at Oklahoma City by his horse falling over a steer. Mr. Paul was unconscious for two days, but was much better Wednesday.
MRS. W. S. SMITHdied at Paoli of consumption last Sunday night. “DAD” ALLEN, MRS. CROSS, and Mrs. MILTON PARKER went Monday evening to be present at the funeral Tuesday, but on account of the weather, the funeral was postponed until Wednesday.
E. W. JONES, living near Walker, died Wednesday from injuredreceived in a neighborhood quarrel last summer.
W. M. W. HAYES died Wednesday morning, Dec. 15th, after a short illness of pleurisy at the home of his son D. R. HAYES. He was born August 10, 1819 and was therefore past 90 years old of age, up to about a month ago, he has been well and hearty, seldom ever knowing a sick day. He was a volunteer in the MEXICAN WAR and served through four years of the CIVIL WAR under General Lee. Eleven children survive him, also over 100 grandchildren, 68 great-grandchildren and 25 great great-grandchildren.
Dr. C. T. WORLEY has permanently located in Wynnewood and has opened an office over the post office, where he is prepared to do anything in the line of dentistry. A share of your patronage solicited.
R. L. GARRETT came home from Dallas Monday.
C. M. LITCHFIELD went to Fort Worth Wednesday.
THOMAS BURCHAM of Katie was here Saturday and went to Pauls Valley.
All kinds of boot and shoe repair work done by H. A. HALFORD, North Commercial Street.
Mr. C. R. PATTYof Memphis, Tennessee, and MISS MARGARET PATTY, of Lehigh, Oklahoma, came in Sunday to visit their sister, Mrs. CAD SUTHERLAND.
The Star Restaurant will buy your chickens, butter, and eggs. COURTNEY & MARTIN proprietors.
BOB MITCHELL and wife, have returned to Wynnewood and will occupy the residence vacated by attorney ALLEN in the north part of town.
MRS. PALMERTON came up from Texas to spend Christmas with her sister-in-law Mrs. G. G. GUTHREY. She left for New Orleans this week to demonstrate the ‘Crude Oil Burner’ in that city.
EDGAR SOUTHERLAND has just returned from an extended visit to his relatives in Arkansasand coming back by way of Dallas, Texas where he was joined in the ‘home run’ by his wife who was visiting there.
H. D. KNIGHT, who has been one of our successful merchants, stepped down and own of business Jan. 1 and SHARP, ABERNETHY & CO.is the style of the new firm. Both men are well and favorably known and we predict for them a successful venture.
G. R. WILSON, who lives on Dr. HOOVER’s place near town tells us that he raised 25 bales of cotton on 36 acres, for which he received $1900 and he also raised 3000 bushels of corn. This is an example of the results which can be produced by thorough and earnest work on a farm.
The following letters remained uncalled for in the Wynnewood post office for the week ending Jan. 3.
L. J. BORDERS
A. J. PARKER
L. R. ROBBERSON
A. C. PURCELL
J. M. DUDICELL
J. D. UNDERWOOD
W. W. WARD
The letters will be sent to the dead letter office January 17, 1910 if not delivered before. When calling for the above, say advertised giving date of list. Signed E. E. NORVELL, Postmaster
Paying Wages of Sin
Sheriff GEORGE WHITE went over to McAlester Monday with a batch of prisoners for the penitentiary, sentenced at the term of court which closed last week. He wasaccompanied by deputies HARVE HAYS of Rosedall and R. J. WIGLEY of Wayne. Prisoners were taken over, their names, crimes and sentences being as follows:
ALBERT GOINS, burglary, one year
TOM NORWOOD, burglary, two years
JOE MONROE, receiving stolen goods, one year
LAWRENCE JOHNSON, horse theft, three years
CLYDE MCBROOM, horse theft, two years
T. C. & W. B. COCHRAN of Wynnewood and their branch house at Byars, Texas went to bankruptcy Monday. A. (GUS) COCHRAN was manager of the Texas store and was unsuccessful …
T. P. ROLLOW JR., civil engineer with the G. C. & S. F. Railroad spent Wednesday night at home.
Little NELLIE NORVELL, daughter of our postmaster Dr. NORVELL, has been quite sick this seek.
MISS LOTTYE QUINN, the accompanying and popular general delivery clerk at the post office spent New Year’s Day at Paoli, with her friend, Miss MABEL PRIM.
M. A. DEALof North Carolina who is here visiting his brother, W. W. DEAL, went to Guthrie Thursday to visit MISSES ESTELLE and CALLIE BLAIR. He was accompanied by C.M. BLAIR.
JOE SMITH, son of CHARLES F. SMITH of this city, was married on Thursday of last week to Miss ROSA TATE of Katie. They will make their home for the present with the father of the young man. The BANNER-NEWS joins their friends in good wishes.
DR. THOMPSON, a practicing physician of Yukon in Canadian County, was arrested last week charged with bootlegging on three counts.
One day short of a month on the road, GEORGE PALMER, the Oklahoma City pedestrian, who is walking to San Francisco, New York, and return, has arrived in El Paso, Texas, hale and hearty.
MARK MCLAUGHLIN, a laborer in the oil field south of Sapulpa, was fatally burned last week.
G. D. MOSSteaching in Cheyenene was one of the veterans in attendance at the Teachers Association in Oklahoma City. He ahs been teaching for over 36 years. For over 10 years, he was county superintendent of Kingfisher County.
BEN HYDEN and FRED GABBERT of Stratford fought a duel with knives; as a result, Hyden is dangerously wounded and Gabbert has numerous wounds about his body. Gabbart shot at Hyden, the bullet entering the neck; he is a son of a county commissioner.
From Mexican Springs
POSEY WILLIAMS, visited his uncle, T. D. KENNEDY Thursday and Friday.
N. N. JOHNSTON made a flying trip to Wynnewood Saturday evening.
D. A. SMITH is getting along fine plowing. He says he will get done breaking in two or three days.
J. M. EZELL has moved to Curley Flat that his boys can go to the Mexican Springs school.
G. W. KENNEDYfrom Alabama is going to make Oklahoma his home now.
JIM JONES from Wynnewood spent Saturday and Sunday at Curly Flat and Mexican Springs.
Miss VERA EZELLspent Sunday evening with her sister, Mrs. LILLIE KENNEDY.
Professor PURYEAR from Hastings, Oklahoma arrived hereSunday to reopen his school Monday morning.
Notes from Lindsay
H. P. HARGIS is regaining in health and ahs been down town a time or two this week.
Married at the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. & Mrs. BELL, on Sunday, December 26, 1909, at 3:00 p.m., LEE CAMERON and Miss LAURA BELL.
MARSHALL DIGGSand other members of the geology class of Epworth University, will take a trip into the Wichita mountains next week to study specimens.
ALBERT BELL returned home Tuesday form a visit at Pilot Point, Texas. It is said that he went for the purpose of forming a matrimonial alliance but was not successful.
MRS. JESSE MORRIS died at her home in this city on Thursday, Dec. 23 after a brief illness. Her remains were laid to rest on the Green Hill cemetery the following day, a brief funeral service was conducted by Dr. RAY of the Christian church. MRS. MORRIS’ babe, a few days old, was laid to rest the day preceeding her death.
Setting of Docket for County Clerk
Beginning Jan. 3, 191):
W. M BRADLY
S. J. RICE
C. S. CLAYONG
J. R. HEAD
C. M. LITCHFIELD
W. L. COLLINS
M. G. MULLINS
J. M. MADDLER
E. L. STARK
E. C. JONES
J. J. ADKINS
C. L. JOHNSON
J. P. SMITH
C. T. BERKLEY
Town of Lindsay vs. W. P. ROBBERSON
City of Pauls Valley vs. EARL BROWN
City of Pauls Valley vs. ERNEST KIMBERLIN
City of Wynnewood vs. E. M. LITCHFIELD
‘’’‘’’’’ T. L. KNIGHT
‘’’’’’’ FRANK GASSAWAY
‘’’’’’ T. L. LIVINGSTON
‘’’’’’ EARL GIBBS
‘’’’’’ W.R. WALNER
‘’’’’’ JOHN WHITE
American Trust vs. L. LESLIE
Southern National Bank vs ROY TIPPETT
FREEMAN SIPES Co. vs. R. C. EDDY
A. C. COLBER VS W. M. SWINDLE
T. GRAHAM vs. B. J. GREER
J. D. SIMMONS VS C.H. HANKS
ROBINSON STEVENSON VS R. D. SIMMONDS
J. P. WARD, guardian, vs. NORVELLOR WHITE
JOHN HENSON VS WORLEY
PRUIETT & MCMILLAN VS MITCHELL & MITCHELL
BANKERS TRUST CO. VS A. J. RILEY
T. S. BEATTY BS NOVERLLER WHITE
J. C. RUMELY VS JOHN HALL ET AL
N. H. MCCOY VS J. L.TOMLINSON
PAULS VALLEY NATIONAL BANK VS T. J. DOBYNS
R. J. WHEELER VS CITYOF WYNNEWOOD
G. E. SORRELL VS A.H. STEVENS
W. L. MOODY & Co. vs. J. B. MORGAN
B. C. WADLINGTON VS C. M. WALKER
J. CARLTON VS W. A. JONES
A . HENDERSON VS LUCY SARTIN
ARMSTRONG BIRD & CO VS J. L WRIGHT
N. C BOUIE ET AL VS ST. PAUL FIRE & MARINE INS. CO.
H. M. CARR VS J. W. BROWN
WADE SISSON VS J. C. JONES
RUTH HYDEN VS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STRATFORD
A. R. KEIFFER VS A. G. CUDD
W. T. SHANNON VS A. R. JONES
STATE M. & L. VS PRICE PATTERSON
LINDSAY NATIONAL BANK VS RUTH HYDEN ET AL
I. E. SARTAIN / SARTEN VS CHS. NIX
‘’’ VS H. L LEE
J. A THOMPSON VS G. W. S. F. RR.
J. B. THOMPSON VS WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH
T. J. DOBYNS VS A. T. T. AND S. F. RR
T. J. DOBYNS VS WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH
GANTZ & GANTZ VS A. T. AND S. F. RAILROAD
S. RICHARDS VS A. T. & S. F. RAILROAD
A. PHIPPS VS…. RAILROAD
R. A. COWLING VS … RAILROAD
D. H. HOOVER VS … RAILROAD
J. M. CAMP VS … RAILROAD
J. H. COLBY VS S. L. LEE
J. A. ROLLOW VS T. HUSTED
C. R. SMITH VS J. A. SCOTT
H. M. CARR VS N. C. BOUIE
EMMA BULGER VS F. F. FRYER ET AL
C. L. GRIMES VS JOHN B. HALL ET AL
HARRISON BROTHERS VS S. L. WILLIAMS
W. B. VAUGHAN & CO. VS DUG COLBERT
In the matter of the guardianship of HATTIE O. HUTCHINS, et al, minors