The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN CO.
H. B. GILSTRAP,
"Look out for Lincoln County"
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11TH, 1895.
J. H. 1 'itzkk, of Kllteno, in president
of tho council.
Thk speaker of the third territorial
legislature in C. M. Barnes, of Guthrie.
New York City has the drat repub-
lican mayor in thirty-two years, since
Jan. ln\ when Mayor Strong went into
Senator Hill was invited to dine
with Grovor a few days ago and sur-
mises as to the cause of this amity arc
Florida orange growers found tho
recent cold snap expensive. It ruined
1 fruit and trees to the amount^of three
$1.25 Buys Them!
Why the greatest combination
of good readable wholesome re-
publican newspapers ever offered,
The Tuiice-A-Week Globe-Democrat,
The Chandler News,
Mrs. Lease is back on the "barren
plains'' of Kansas and added her voice
last week to the general bleakness of
the populist gathering at Topeka.
Among the things that would hap-
pen "if a railroad came to Chandler"
•would b^ tramps. Tho immunity that
inland towns have from such hindran-
ces as these is ouo o/ their compensa-
The legislature that meets at Guth-
rie tomorrow will bo the most credit-
able Oklahoma has yet had. Its mem-
bers nre above tho ordinary in intelli-
gence ana experience, and many men
In both houses have had legislative ex-
perience In other states.—Oklahoma
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«JTHE CHANDLER NEWS>
Frequently one hears talk of a
■school of journalism. Such ventures
aro not likely to be successes. They
would tend to do away with individu-
ality in the newspaper field—just what
is needed. Besides, long and bitter ex-
perience is the only thorough school of
journalist^. We favor, however, a cru-
sade against the hackneyed phrases so
much in vogue among country editors.
KabI'HERUIES and blackberries
should be trimmed out during tho win-
ter. All the old canes should be cut
out entiro and burned. This both kills
numerous insects and leaves proper
room for young aud vigorous canes to
beur a oetter crop. In fact the whole
orchard and fruit garden should be
gone through during tho leisure days
of wiutor, aud a great deal of such im-
portant work attended to.
TiltC 4*1N& AND OUT8."
Monday witnessed the bi-ennial
change of county officials. The offices
of clerk, sheriff, probate judge, super-
intendent, two commissioner!, survey-
or sud coroner received now incum-
bents, the treasurer succeeding himself
and the offices of register and attorney
having already been supplied.
"We believe we express tho sentiment
< of a majority ol the people of Lincoln
couuty when we say that, as a rule, the
out-going officers discharged their du
ties faithfully and satisfactorily. J. B
Underwood made an efficient clerk. Ue
was economical and painstaking, giving
much time to his duties as purchasing
agent for the county, reooraing pro-
ceedings, and the various duties aud
details of his office. Miss Underwood,
his deputy, did her work in a system-
atic manner and is popular with those
who were associated with her. W. 11.
Ma on, as probato judge, was ever
courteous and obliging to those who
patronizod his corner whether his cail
was to issue a license or preside at a
session of tho probate court. The ex-
superintendont, M. D, Ix>sey, was very
prompt and faithful in the discharge of
his duties aud in every possible way
strove to satisfy the many requests pe-
culiar to his work. Ho has uumerous
friends among the teachers of Lincoln
county. The fact of Treasurer U lam's
succeeding himself is ample justifica-
tion of his public services. ShcritY
Parker proved himself to be a great
rustler and a man of nerve and will.
As a tax collector and a criminal hunt-
er he was an equal success. His cour-
age in time of confusion aud danger
was admirably shown upon tho occa-
sion of Cook raid. No more honorable
and efficient official has served Lincoln
county than Jacob Am berg, for three
years commissioner from the third dis-
trict. Uis good judgment and honor-
able character have been a great ad-
vantage to the county and to his asso-
ciates on the board. C. A. Kelso, of
tho first district, was a conscientious
official and his public career was little
hampered by the uubusiness-like
methods of the populist party. For
the past year he was chairman of the
boaru, presiding in a kmost acceptable
Of the new officials wc can say but
little. Personally we feel that they
are good citizens and qualified for the
positions the people have elected them
to fill. They have yet to make their
records and prove the wisdom of the
voters' choice. We trust the;' v> ill bear
scrutiny with serenity lor that is the
lot of public servants. The News has
recommaided most of them and now
proi>ofccs to keep an eye ou them to see
that its commendations ure verified.
Hero are our best wishes to the "outs'
4 iuid our greetings to the "ins". May
\ your (oriuue* be in accordance to your
A Stillwater citizen is suffering with
The Kansas university gleo club is
making a tour of Oklahoma.
Navigation is stopped at Cross by tho
freezing of the raging Arkansas.
North Enid wit* illuminated Christ-
mas eve by a burning livery barn.
Hon. S. W. Clark, a member of tho
first legislature, died at lVrkinw last
• "Fingers were made before forks"
socials nre fashionable in the Indian
Down at Moore the passing holidays
do not moan a cessation of taffy pulls
and box socials.
Frank MeMftster got out bis January
number of the Oklahoma Mayazine for
El He no's benefit.
The Presbyterian college of this ter-
ritory will lie connected with the Uni-
versity at Norman.
The city of Blackwell has annihilat-
ed its rival, Parker, by buying it and
moving it to Blackwell,
According to a society reporter a
certain Oklahoma bridegroom was
dressed in "pure black."
uO" county is hereafter and hence-
forth to be known as Garfield county,
territory of Oklahoma, ss.
A Lexow investigation Is what the
IlI He no Democrat thinks most of the
towns in this territory need.
The 'JYanscript has it in for the dep-
uty marshals. It avers that they are
men of gall instead of nerve.
Milligan has again escaped from the
Oklahoma City jail. His haugiug was
set for tho llth of this month.
Miss Hainiuer, of Oklahoma City,
wi!l join her brother in England and
go to Morocco as a missionary.
The Heaver Advocate rakes the elder
of a church over the coals for acting as
doorkeeper at h Christmas ball.
The State-llcrald will have an assist-
ant editor hereafter iu the person of
Editor McAdatn's bran new son.*
Marshal Nix gave a new years ban-
quet to Uis deputies which those men
of nerve appreciated to the utmost.
Many of our exchanges were belated
last week, either by tho snow storm or
by a surplus of Christmas festivities.
A very successful session of the ter-
ritorial pedagogical association was
held at K1 Iteuo during the holidays.
In spite of its waning popularity in
the "states" many Oklahoma ladies ob-
served the old custom of receiving new
Victor Murdock was at Guthrie at
the organization, looking after the cir-
cus from the cheery standpoint of tho
W. J. Donovan, prominently associ-
atod with newspaper work through tho forclg„ u o Fmvkr the editor ol
Press-GnxetU died last week at his home j rovirw. contribute two pftpftrs on wtdel.
divergent themes. One is nn analysis of the
factors iu immorulity In legislation unit the
other deals with the time of Sir-Thomas More,
the reformation umt sum* reformers. Helen
H. Gardiner iu Our little neighbor iu the East
discusses the war in the East and its social and
other eauses in Japan. It is illustrated with
pictures by Japanese artists sent dtreot from
Japanese friends of the author. W. I). Mc-
Crackan. A. M . writes ou politics as a career.
James O. Clark believes that the present so-
cial instability is working for a new uud better
industrial order that will chauKe the political
history of the world- Walter iJlackburn Harte
is represented by a short story ot New York
street life, between midnight and dawn, eallcd
A l>ruuia in Tatters. Adeline Knapp. a bril-
liant young San Francisco Journalist, contrib-
utes another realistic social story called The
Dignity of Labor. Rev Frank M vloodohild
writes a strong paper ou The Sweating Syau m
iu Philadelphia, In whU h he deals with facts
as they have come tinder his observation in his
pastoral work. Charity, old and new is ably
dealt with by Rev. H. U. Yroamnti. uud Prof.
Thomas E. W1U, A M . furnishes u valuable
biblioKruphy for suritani* who wish to read up
the subject with scieutitTc thoroughness. Tho I
literary causcrie, or end paper, for the mouth j
deals with Transcendentalism. Old and new,
Tho Millionaire, Owl, und t Vlibataire
clubs of Enid consolidated lately. Mem-
bers of the Millionaire had to show up
a million or its equivalent—a small
Stillwater suffered another largo loss
on new year's day, her tine Houring mill
being destroyed by fire. Tho origin of
tho Are is not known. It was partially
Leslie Niblack wanted to take a trip
East so he copied from Lincoln county
strategists and got appolntc 1 doputy
sheriff Lo assist certain prisoners to the
Purcell Hei/istfir: The usua!*program
of musical artillery,, including shot
gun sonatas, revolver overtures, win-
chester mazurkas, and tin horn bravu-
ras ushered in the new year.
Many are tho persons yrho have ap-
plied to Sheriff Do Ford for permission
to-witness the banging of Milligan.
Tho sheriff is prevented by the statutes
from gratifying such morbid desires.
Dr. John Furlong, of Oklahoma City,
cures diseases of all kinds it is alleged,
by the laying on of hands. He is in
great demand and the democratic par-
ty should negotiate with him at once.
Vigilantes in the Cheyenne and Ar-
apahoe country captured and hung a
number of cattle thieves. They left
the bodies hanging, riddled "with bul-
lets, a warning to others of like voca-
Oklahoma City citizens aro trying
their hands at composing statehood
bills. All the authors of Oklahoma do
not 11 vo in Guthrie. Sidney Glark has
just introduced one of his originating
A colored women died lately at Okar-
che and for a while quite a commotion
prevailed on account of some of tho
whiter objecting to her interment in
the city cemetery. They were finally
overruled aud she was buried.
Nciv Year's Greeting
New York Store.
The Holidays are Over
And we have enjoyed a most excel-
lent trade. Our i.- paralled offers
have brought i*'ople from all parts
of the county to our store. We wish
still to head tho procession in the
march for trade, and have a most
« xcellent stock for your examination
and at prices to suit the season and
the times. Listen while we te/1 you
of a few things we have to offer you.
What Do You Think
of wool serge dress goods at 20 cents
a yard? Cannot be bought apy other
place iu the county for f-he same
money. A fine assortment of regular
IU cent outing flannels are being sold
by us for 7 cents a yard.
Prints and Ginghams
We have a regular 12i cent Dutch
blue print whieh we are selling at
10 cents a yard, an a beautiful as-
sortment of dress ginghams at 5 aud |
A Broadcloth Cape
is a very dressy and handy garment,
and wo luive an elegant line of
broadcloths in assorted colors.
Something for Farmers
Wo aro selling a largo number of
"Oil Grain Congress" and 4'Kip"
shoes at $1 a pair, the regular price
being $1.25. Our ladies' shoe, the
"Hummer," is also going rapidly,
and wo still offer them at only $1 per
pair. You cannot get these shoes at
any other store In Lincoln Co., and
if you want a good wearing shoe for
a little money, we have it.
A new iot of those warm, servlcable.
gray and white blankets for 05 cen^y
The Winter l?Not Over
and you still need warm underwear.
We still offer tho best men's wear at
.'10 aud 35 cents" a gai ment. At .'10
cents a garment you can buy our
silky fleeced ladles' undergarments,
and they are good.
We Also Carry
a good assortment of hats, caps,
boots, shoes, and-clothing. Can suit
you in quality and price, and always
take pleasure In showing goods.
When vou visit ChaLdler don't for-
get to call at the
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CALVIN & FUNK.
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The Neatest, Cleanest Shop, and the
/lest Place for A Shave or Hair Cut.
Fourth Door South of Post Ofllce.
CHANDLER, - OKLAHOMA
DR. L. A. KELSEY
(Formerly of Chicago)
Office, one-half block
north of Post Office. Office hours, 9:00
to 12:00 a. m. and 1:00 to 5:00 R m.
IT even bill cook
Cannot frighten s man away from
his dinner when ths groceries ars
purchased at our store. Our good*
are fresh and clem and our stock
is complete. We give suoh care-
ful attention to the wants of our
patrons that every one who
COMES TO US TO BUY
Is satisfied as to the quality and
price of our goods. It will pay
you to see what we have at)J how
we are selling it. You will flad
our store a pleasant place to trads.
We are dealing exclusively in
and by giving our wl,ole attention
to this one Hue we ure oetter able
to please you than if we carried
other lines also. Come and see us.
Our is store the old Ratllff &
Hinchey htand, north Manvel Avenue, Chandler, Oklahoma. Our 'motto:
Square Dealing. Our references:
A. B. OLESON,
I In ree. \ I < j r 11 In^
Practical Stone and Brick Mason.
Cisterns and Chimneys a Specialty.
Work Guaranteed. Leaye orders at
J. C. Fletcher's Store or send by mail.
CHANDLER, - OKLAHOMA
New York Store.
The Arena lor Jam
Tub Arena open* the new year in it« January
iHHUt* with n hill of f re that shows uo falling
off In the skill with which variouR interests are
ays combined within the covers of this well
edited mawiztne. The number is especially
likely to attract wide uttention ou account of
the puhlicutlon of a remarkable symposium on
the Age of Consent Laws iu the Unit.Hl States,
In which eight of the leading writers whose
uauick are connected with tho movement for
social purity are represented. They are Aaron
m Powell, the editor of Tht Philanthropic, tho
organ of the social purity league; Helen H
Gardiner, tho welt-known aovulist; Frances i :
Willard; Rev. a. Y. Lewis. D. D.; Dr. O. Ed-
ward Jonney, M I).. Will Allen Promgoole, the
story writer of Tennessee life: and Dr. Kmlly
Blackwell, of New York. ltev. W. H. Savage
contributes to the popular series on the relig-
ion of the poets an Interesting paper on the re-
ligion of Longfellow's poetry.
Nirchand It. Qundhl. who. as tho representu
ttve of the Jain community of Irdia. created
such a favorable impression at the world's
parliament of religious, coutributes an article
examining the claims of the Chrlstlau mission
in India, which will startle those who have
generously subscribed to convert the heathen
in Oklahoma City
The young men of Waukomis cele-
brated Christmas by going on a vigor-
ous jamboree making ample reasons for
new year's resolutions.
Prof. Freeman Miller, of the Agri-
cultural College has published a book,
"Oklahoma aud other poems" It Is
said to ahow much talent.
Anticipating the time when Wynne-
wood shall be a county seal in Indian-
ola, the liepublic comes out in pink, em-
blem of a roseate future.
Twenty Oklahoma citizens fall un-
der the jurisdiction of the luome tax.
How refreshing to note that Oklahoma
has some real plutocrats.
"God bless Hoke Smith. God bless
Horace Speed, God bless the Choctaw
directory," are the Tecumseh Jicpubli-
can's songs of thanksgiving.
We greet the Ponca Ibmahmck, Sha-
ver & Ulrieh editors and proprietors.
As long as it can do good for itself and
others may it never be buried.
Gen. Jamison has crushed the hopes
of the Guthrie militia masher: he de-
crees that members of the cou |>any
shall not wear their uniforms when off
John P. Hinkle of the Perkins Jour-
Matters of Interest Throughout
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING AND DOING
An Interesting Budget of Items from
the Special Correspondents of
tho News. Signs of
Np. 404. Chicago Express 7:M)a. in
wo. 408, Mo. River Express 5:00 p. m
No 422. Way Freight rt: o a. m
No. 4ft), Local Freight 2:20 p. m
No. 40H, Texas Expre ss 11:10 p. m
No. 407, Oklahoma Express I oo p. m
No 423, Way Freight, 1:00 a m
L. K. Dei.an it,
Agent at Guthrie.
D. N. FRAZfER, Co. Atty. j. S. NEWBY
FRAZIER & NEWBY,
Attorneys at Law
Office at Court House.
CHANDLER, • OKLAHOMA
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Lincoln Co. Bank.
Chandler - Oklahoma
STROUD, KEOKUK TOWNSHIP.
Snow, snow, snow.
The small boy, the dog. and the rab-
bit arc now happy.
We hear lots of railroad talk but
haven't seen the cars.
I). N. Collins cut his hand last week
with a knife and is now unable to use
Rev. J. L. Jackson preached to the
people of Prairie View New Year's
A little late to tell about our Christ-
mas tree and exorcises, but tney were
The hog buyer is in the land paying
good prices for every thing that re-
sembles a hog.
Thomas Hall has opened up a new
stock of groceries, making us ono more
store. Success to him.
Our Sabbath school is still an a nour-
ishing condition and elected officers
last Sabbath for the new year.
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that Joel A. Gurnnnd
hus made application as required by law for a
license to sell mait. vinous and spirituous li-
quors on lot fl, iu block '.'7, in Ingram. Lincoln
county, O. T., und that If no objection to the
issuance of said license be tiled in the oflloe of
county cb rk within two weeks from the flr*t
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jully compiled with, said license will be grant-
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NOTICE. NO. 885ft.
U. S. Land Office, Guthrie, O. T ,
November 26th, 1891.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Vianna J. Roads n^alust John (.'reston,
chandnK and aliening that she is personally
acquainted with the tract of land embraced in
tte homestead entry No. HOHft, made by John
Creston on the Vth day of October. 1MM, for the
N. W. Sec. 23, Twp. 16 north of range two
east, and knows thp present condition of t'te
same: that the snlfj John Creston "has wholly
acandoned said tract and bus been absent
therefrom for more than six ipqptUs last past
since the date of said entry; that'ne has failed
to reside upon said tract or to improve or
cultivate the same as required by law for more
than six mouths last p «t since the date or his
said entry: With a view to the cancellation of
said entry the said parties are hereby sum-
moned to appear at the U. S. Land Office at
tiuthrio. Okla. Ter. on the Kith day of January,
1805. at 0 o'clock A. >j. to respond and furnish
concerning said allegations.
A. N. J. (.'Hook, Register.
[Published from Jan. 4th to Feb. 8th ]
NOTICE NO, 3363.
U. S. Land Office. Guthrie. O. T.,
December 22nd. 1 so«.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Jacob t Deweese against Robert Miles,
involving H. E. No. 10471, made January 1UH,
ls92. for the s « sec. 1, tp. 14, n- r 2 t . rlt;(rg-
, lug aud alleging. That the said enUyttfan,
I Robert Mllas. does not reside ou said land em
I braced in his entry No. 10471, nor is he holding
it as his homestead He has bargained and
sold it for a consideration, and has relinquish
| ed it back to the United States in consequence
1 of the aforesaid bargain and sale that he has
Otir people watched the old year OUt wholly abandoned It. changed his residence
unci tho lirvv one ill and wllilu dninu M,, Uw-rofton. If ft It unoccupied by Inmiieir. linen
were adUreaatid by Uov. J. C. Uakor.
J. B. UNDERWOOD, Pres.; O. B. 1CEE, Treas.: J. L. THURMAN, Secretary;
J. B. UN DEB WOOD, H P. JOHNSON, O. B. KEE, J. 0.
FLETCHER, J. L. THURMAN, Directors.
The Largest Nursery in Oklahoma.
Home Grown Fruit Trees Now
Ready for Delivery.
Choice Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Vines, Etc., furnished
on orders. Our trees will be sold for less money than thqse
of other nurseries; they are adapted to this sqij and climate
and are not diseased with fiungi, bacteria, and other diseases
common on grounds long used for nursery growing. They
will be first-class, home grown trees, one and two years old.
Apples, 1 year old,
Apples, 2 M "
Peaches, 2 " " ....
Apricots, 2 " "...
. .5 cents Pears, !j years old, .
..8 11 Plums 2 " " .
.10 44 Cherries 2 44 4 4 .
.20 44 Concord grapes
Mrs. J. W. Plnkaton, who has been
suffering for some time with consumpt-
ion, died on the 27th tilt. The frieuds
have tl*e sympathy Qt tho entire com-
1IORACK. TOREfi TOWNSHIP.
Judge lieu is home from Chandler.
J. W. Furrier ha:
W. Johnson purchased a fine horse
from John Brown.
it cultivate or improve It: hence it is fruudu
lent und of no effect and void.
With n view to the cancellation of said entry,
the said parties tire hereby summoned to up
pear at the t" S land office ut Guthrie, O. T.,
on the 15UI day of February, ix'. .>. ;it 0 o'clock
n L-i.. to respond aud furuiijh testimony con-
ceruiuK "aid allegations.
THOS. H. "ConUETT,
S. 13. Bevann, Receiver.
Read the lews,1 Year
Official County Paper
K. A. Hudson, I. P., is quite
pith shoemaker's tools.
lPublish* d from Dec. «8fh to I<VU. lnt-1
NOTICE. NO. ItiW
U. S. Land Office. Guthrie. O. T..
December ftth. 1HJH.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by tii or ." Iv Herbert against the heirs of Mar-
tini J. MeKwi-n. di ceused. ehart:iin; and alietf-
in -': That Martha J McKwi-n nntde homestead
entry No HMW for the said N. W \ Seo I t,
Twp. 14. V W. fi h of I M o. T , on Nov. 8th.
i ut ,ii it > i t> ji i i imp. Affiant lurtht r states that upon intorma-
J. \\ . Calilwell and .loci lvojjers did tion and belief he Is able to state that .said
business with citizens of McKinlev, homestead entry aforesaid has been abaudou-
Tl.m-.u1ui- fd for the following reasons; First, that the
murwHV. said Martha .1 lit En en did not outer upon,
I W Cnldwell butchered a finn lot I °«cupv. cultivote. or improve snld tract within
. . . v .' u outeni t. .t .1 nne pu |M.rit)d of S1T months from the dat,- .if the
i)f hotfs 1 liur.sday. Then oaughta half j , ulry aforesaid: that ro leave Of uhs.-nee has
do/ .i r.thbits by tracking them ]) cen granted or excuse offeKd
through ihe snow.
N. C. Vauhorn has returued
Kansas a id he givos Oklahoma credit
for being a great ways ahead of Kan-
sas in many respects.
not have done so to this affiant's knowledge.
Second, affiant states that for a period of more
fpotil ' t^'uu sli months after the date of said entry
Martha J McKwen departed this life, 1.
surviving her said Frederick McKweti. Marvin
McKw. ii, and Jacob McKwcn. as her only heirs
ut law: that *jnce that time .i period of more
than six months has elapsed, und from that
time until the present no improvement
rho has child
B. Mulford. «
ren will re- i
if Plainfleld, ! 1
ba incurable uue accepted as life I
eies, have yielded to Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, much to tho surprise and
gratification of the sufferers. One ap-
ikiI aud a bright young editor was oau-1 plication will relieve the pain and suff-
Atlou hufc been hnd
•ie by said heirs of the said Martha J Mc-
ini<«.« with 1 11 Mnlfned < f HlAinflnhl 1 '*^en. or the guardian of said heirs, saiu Ol-
J0 Wl,n '• ^miotu, or nainneia, ! ,v..r MeF.wan. or any other person in their be
N. J. His little boy, five yt ars of age, I ,,alf «nd said land has been wholly ar.d i ntlr-
. ' ' ,, ly abandoned by the above named heirs of the
was sick with the croup, tor two , ,>aia Martha .1 McKwar. for a period ofmor,
B lh days and nights ho trii-tl various reme- j Martha*j'IMt'l?wttnll'wniVrotTurredmoro than
and makes eutertalnlug reading. Altogtttn r a 1 recoiuuientl'd by friends audi11 yeur last pust. .said affiant further mjs
line uumber . ., , . , I that he is acquainted with the
i!(*fVTUboi*. He sitys: 1 thought sure I j land and has iiet u « n the sam
.. . . I .. ! would UwoJpitn. I had aeon Chamber-
Many stubborn and aggravating cot--
, ; .. . , . lams Coimysiemeuv advertised and
ce of rheumatism that were believed to I ,
thought I would try it us a last hope
und am happy to say that atfer two
doses ho slept uutil morning. 1 gave
it to him next day and a cure was ef-
fected I keep this remedy in the
cus uominco of thu republicans for en-
rolling aud cugrossiug clerk of the
ering and Its continued use insures an
effectual cure. For sale by A. D.
such examination that said Ian
: wholly abandoned by the said olh
i.uarili.in of Fred< rick Mi Kwen
Ew. u. and Jacob McKwen. and t
narthd have wholly failed to I
j tract for more than six months stn.e thi
.if said Martha .1 Mel;wen. and tor a pe
t the sal.
said default t
t view to th<
icel atioti of said
J Office at Guthrie
house now ami as soon as any of my ut the u s. Land Office ut Guthrie, o. r .m
.... . . r* . . the 13th day of February, ihflft, m y o'clock a
children show signs Of croup 1 give it j m , to respond and furnish testimony c
to them and that is the la t of it
wale by A. I). Wright.
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All Our Goods Offered at the Lowest Possible Price!
We Offer Quantity and Quality such as are
Associated with "Good Old Days"
WE INVITE YOU "T" .
To rarly inspuot our Gi-miU of h'ull und Winter
Ooods. It is a certainty that you have ntver seen liny
thut will compare with It for general excellenc#.
TO VISIT OUR STORE . . .
Is n treat you don't want to miss, ns we have the .
nobbiest suits in Men's and Qoy's Clothing w-a have ever j
offered, and at glad and joyfully low prices j
AT ANY TIME ...
We will be found to lead all others for Kinr Merchant ■ Tai-
loring. You can get better goods, a better tit, und a more
stylish garment for less money than at any other .piuee.
The New York Clothing Hoire
H. L. COHEN, Proprietor.
Oklahoma Ave., Guthrie, Oklahoma
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1895, newspaper, January 11, 1895; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115232/m1/2/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.