The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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THE CHANDLER NEWS.
CILiiiAP i GILSTRAP, Pl'BLlSHERS
hiiflVIN T. MILLffi,-Business Managw.
FRIDAY, JANUARY UTH, 18U5.
Subscriptions:—The subscription price to the
N'iwh :.s li «*0 if paid In advanoe; otherwise
91.6a The paper will be sent to all subscribers
until arrearages are palil aud we are notified
to discontinue It.
Advertising -/Tit Xkws charges for display
advertisements at the xate of fifty coots an
loch per month. For locals and reading notices
Invariably tiv^cents per line *ach insertion.
All advertisements and business locals car-
ried until ordered out.
Correspondence:—Interesting news Items
from all parts of the county will always be
gladly received. We desire n regular corres-
pondent from each neighborhood In the coun-
ty ; if yours is not represented write us about
ft, that a correspondent may be secured. Mat-
ter intended for publication should reach this
ufflce by Wednesday eveniug.
IX you And that trade goes slowly
And Is never at Its best,
With an ait Dust press the buttpp—
Watch the paper do the r««t.
Tha way to succeed, sh experiments tell.
Is to advertise wisely and auvcrtlse well
The way to sell goods, experience has shown,
la to advertise freely and make yourself known.
— Printer** Ink.
Y. S, Hoffman wont to Guthrie fcat-
Bulk coffee 20 cents per Ih at the Big
R. E. JannesH returned from Guthrie
T. L. Black, of Baker, was in to'.vn
A Homann, of Fallis, was in town on
A. Tansil moved tUis week to a fjtrin
4 lbs dried grapes or raisins for 25c
at^tbo Big Trade.
fEil Davis made a business trip to the
Jacob Amborg was over from Lydia
the first of the week.
H. L. Nulf and A. Bisset were down
from'Carney Monday. •
Leo. Whistler and L. A. Franklin
went to Guthrie yesterday.
Arthur Losey will perform the du-
ties of deputy county surveyor.
Jrf. Whitacre, the rustling Seminole
merchant, was in town Thursday.
Father Felix DeGrasse conducted
Catholic services at church Sun-
J.. W. Feuquay is increasing the val-
aie of .Jiis residence property by digging
: No, : THK A NO.' i STORE THE A STORK* THE A SO- \ STOHH : NoI
:«i What's ir) A Name? ^
Not very much, to be sure, unless it means something, : M:
and unless the pretensions made in choosing it are honestly ■ £
and faithfully carried out. If your horse can't pace and you : ?:
call hint "Flying Jib," or if you name your boy "Geo. Wash- ; x'
ington" and he just will prevaricate,—then there's nothing ig*
in the name in either cube. But if the thing named possess- : £:
es the qualities that the name implies, then there is some- : :
thing in the uame. lor example, the name,
"The f\ No. I Store"
• • ig ■
means a good deal. Justus the 1qU*2J' "A" stands first in
tie alphabet, so our store stands f.rat among the stores of . ,r:
Lincoln Co. in its enterprise, its efforts to please its patrons, •
Miiu the completeness of its stock. Just as "No. 1" denotes
the highest quality, sc our store means the place where ^>u
can get the best goocis for the least money, and receive "No.
1" treatment. If you doubt it, try us and be convinced.
You ought,to begin the new year by resolving to trade
where ypu can do the best for yousolf. If you make such a
resolution—and keep it—we will get your tratio when you
neod anything n groceries, queensware, or bo ts and shoos.
Feuquay & h|olland, Proprietors.
THE A NO. 1 STORE. THE A NO. I STOKE THE A NO 1 STORK
Whenever You Want Printing T
THE CHANDLER NEWS HAS THE BEST PRINTING
PLANT IN EASTERN OKLAHOMA AND CAN DO
YOUR WORK BEST AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES
See Our Samples and Prices. !5;
The union meetings for the week of
orayer are interesting and well
<Capt. Stubblefield and family are
moving to town. They will occupy the
Died:—On Tuesday. Jan. 8th, Mar-
gery Bishop, aged ft years, daughter of
fl. Bishop, of Parkland.
We'll make you prices on groceries
at the Big Trade, that our coinj>etitors
will not care to go below.
.JThe town schools opened Monday af-
ter a vacation of two weeks. There are
yet three months of school.
Call at the Big Trade and bo con-
vinced that our $5.00 comminution is
the greatest bargain in town.
C. M. Prowant, of Flynn, was a caller
Tuesday and favored us with two one
year subscriptions to the News.
Ailo*. Chandler will hold services Sun-
day morning and evening at Miss
Green's school room. All are invited.
Rev. Dr. Gunn, of Oklahoma City,
came over Saturday and held Episco-
pal services Sunday morning and even-
J. W. Caldwell was in town Monday.
He will assume the responsibilities of
pedagogue at Eagle ccllege next Mon-
You ean get the News and the
Semi-Weekly Globe-Democrat, bptfc, one
year, for $1.25, if you will subscribe at
TI. M. Ball was down from Carney
W. W. Holder, of Egnew, was a call-
Miss Georgia Eckard returned the
first of the week from a visit in Guth-
You will save 20 cents on the dollar
by buying your gloves at th • *A No, 1
Will Taylor and wife came in from
Perry Tuesday and are at home on the
claim south-west of town.
J. H. Kee has constantly on hand
good oxen and work 'horses for sale.
Office first door north of P. O.
Wo have a fancy worsted dress got Is
a yard wide, something new and up to
date, which wc are closing out at 10}
cents a yard. New York Store,
We haven't any bargains, etc., but
you can have any woolen glove or mit-
ten in the A No. 1 Store, at 20 per cent,
discount. Feuquay & Holland.
Miss AUslra Green will lead the
Christian Endeavor meeting next Sun-
day evening. Topic: "Soul hunger and
soul food." Ps. 84. 1-12, at M. E. church
The actual value of a paper is,,in al-
most every jago, greater than the price
charged for a copy of it. The full price
is not paid until the purchaser has
glanced at the advertising columns.—
Work- off your old stock as fast as you
can: and remember next time that an
ad in the right place will prevent your
having any old stock to work off.—
D. N. Prazier and H. B. GiUtrap
drove to Guthrie Tuesday.
Will close out our en tiro stock of gro-
ceries, regardless of cost at the Big
Trade. Come and bo convinced.
I have a pruved-up claim for sale,
three miles south-wq^t of Carney, n. e.
i 11, 15-2; 120 acres broken, 40 acres
fenced in pasture, good frame house,
good well and orchard. Inquire of
Abraham Stoots, Carney, or address G.
G. Richardson, Oskaloosa, Kans.
ton Cornwell, foreman of the Q<i-
V '• i n, N. J,, believes that
C i. i Remedy should
I > t d it for a
• h [j cure. Ho
I remedy. I
I ' wo also soon
-,rh, with the
:it bottles for
Frank Jenness, the caucus nominee
for sergeant-at-arms, is a western Kan-
sas man who has seen much of the ups
and downs of life. He will make a good
The ladies of the Baptist church held
a social Tuesday evening at the court
housoi The entertainment consisted
of music and recitations and was con-
sidered quite enjoyable.
W. R. Mason writes from Guthrie of
a successful house caucus at which C
M. Barnes was nominated for speaker
and Frank Jenness as sergeant-at-arms
Mr. Mason was selected to call the
house to order on Tuesday.
Master Chris. Lock hart (colored) was
indebted to Aaron Wardlo (colored) in
the sugi of ten cents and upon b-in?
reminded of the fact last £unday fail-
ed to liquidate. Thereupon Aaron
seized Chris1 hot and after saturating
it with kerosene ignited it and the
flames consumed it. Later Aaron slap-
ed Chris and Marshal Garner arrested
•him. Tn Justice CordoH's court Aaron
was tried and sent to board off of the
county for thirteen days as a punish-
ment for attacking Lockhart. Let jus-
tice be done though the heavens fall!
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect iMade.
'1 like Noliiu.
Itow we tickle our customers at the
Oklalioiuu l'ress Assoc iation
Under authoiT^y of the constitution
of the Oklahoma Press Association
which provides that the association
shall meet uemi-annu^llyfta m « ting is
hereby called at Perry, Ok., Saturday,
Feb. 0th, 1895, for the purpose of tran-
sacting such business as may properly
comc before the asso< iation.
Roy V. Hoffman, President.
LON Whorton, Secretary.
Perry, Ok. Jan. 3rd, 18.S. .
it luck it a
under the • v 3 and a alio.*
ion show bttioUhii"fcs. i hU U one of
the most disagreeable disorders and if
allowed to have it* own wtcV will re-
sult in great harm, t ure biliousness
at ouee by usingItipauto Tabules. One
tabale give* relief.
I O. O. F lumuUaUou.
OflUcera of the I. O. O. F. for the com-
ing year were installed at their hall
Mon lay owning by Grand Master Fra-
aier. They arc as follows: N. G., S.
.1. Rowley: V. O.. Eugene ()eaeon: See.
A. D Wright: Troas. W. Schlegel.
H pee I a I Notice
All members of Chandler Post G. A.
R . are l equ -s'ed to m ' t at the court
hoti on w.'.iin s.hiv ei miag, jn-t. ii .
at 7:30 o'clock, to c-nsi-ler m itt rs of
s|K'i ial importanee to the Post.
By order Post Commander.
A. A. Beaslek.
Are You Thinking « r Proving Vpf
If so. come to Chandler and talk to
Frank A. Niblaek. deputy cl«-rk < f dis-
trict court and got posted. By making
your proof '••'fmo t^e clerk of district
court you will *>avo two or three days
time, trouble and ex! enso < f taking
your witnesses t< Guthrie or Oklahoma
City. Instructions: When you come
for this purpose, brlntr your ttling'cer-
tilicato and lk stir.* you have the proper
Christiau names of four witnesses.
l.ove and Policy.
William J. Taylor, a son of Marshal
ay'or, was ina' i-iod last night at H:30
o'clock to MissOllie MeCormlck at the
residence of Mrs. Brown on Seventh
street north of E. Judge Museiler tied
the kn« t quickly but effectually, In the
presence of friends of the contracting
parties. Will has a tine bottom claim
near Chandler upon which he proved
up yesterday. His bride also has a tine
bottom claim In the same neighbor-
hood. The; newly wedded cotipie will
make their resilience upon the latter
If that is not thrift, policy and
illustration of good business sense i
fail to recognize these qualities
I when wo see them. With such an aus-
picious start in life the road to lie trav- |
eltid cannot but bo smooth. We wish I
to < xte'nd the heartiest of congratula- |
Detuleuiiitf 'I rees.
While discussing the subject of elear-
ing I a n,< i by the deadening ti-- es the
other day with a Ne\vs -uan, |3. II.
San,ds suggested a plan which he in-
tends to try. it is this:—Instead of ihe
i <1 i" and lnl ■ . ii >'i, iir*oc-Ms of killing
gii'illi'i,r aiAi i*!i« |ipiri*_■. h will bore
into the tree hear the ground and in-
serting a tube, pour in about twotable-
sp ionfulsof sulphuric acid. Th'isshouli'
bo dotv* iu the fall and th«; descending
pap will carry this poison Into the roots,
speedily killing thepi and in a few
monflis the tpee ma> be easily pulled
down. The roots bring dead the grub-
ing dilliculty will almost in; obviated.
The cost of this process is small and if
t h ill .i 1 t> pr i'■ * i<■■ i''!■ ■, ms •••ns
likely it will, it wiil b.3 of great valuc
to Lincoln county farm -rs who have
to do more or 1 <s clearing.
i pee that Smile ...
li Yon Don't Keep Warm
During these cold spells you are liable
,tp have a spell of sickness, and.ijiis vou
want to avoid. The way to avoid colcl
is to buy one of
0/\ „ 1 ,1 fU_ ..}> Hi
(This is one iray.)
l^ut the Way we Tickly pur,
Customers is by Quoting |
the Following Prices: I
fh B sf, Granulated Sugar. ..
8 th Choice Tea Dust
."> Packages Lien Coffee
2 lt> Assorted Splcos
" Pktfs. Arm & Hammer Soda.
2 25-oz Vass.tr Baking Ponder
7 Bar.) Kirk's Soap....
10 tt, Navy Boa^n
5 th Cut Pearl Hominy
\\ h.irh an the West heaters on the mar-
ket. 1 hi", uc njade in three sizes and
at prices to suit you. If you need a
cook stoye our "Handy and Hand-
some are world-bc it< rs on du'abii *'
and price, and they
. .0.00 I
. .'l.OO ;
I ' I
We also carry a .full line of Hardware,
Cutlery, Sporting Goods, Pumps, Etc
We have a first-class tin shop.
: THE BON TON BAKERY
* ^ , Fresh Bread Pjes wd.Cakes always on hand. A full stock
rhis Combination at the Bi« of Coi)fectioi\efy aW Tobacco.
Irade Grocery Until further ^ ..
Eugene Deacon. William-S.ftielberger, - Proprietor
Tottclu'.1 ' Aim t Iation.
^ Lincoln Co. Teachers' Associa-
vill rii. et iu Chandler at the M. |
irt . on Sat n . y. Ian. 12 at 1:00
1 folio win/ n:i; iers will tn- read bc-
"How I govern my school, and why."
Geo. A. Smith.
"How I teach a first reader class."
j:: es t-> study valua-
L. J. Kalklosch.
id • nudities of a teach-
It. V. Temming.
of the ! aeher :*
\\ . L Johnson
"Are school irv
•() I 'I 4
Sl'KINt. lilt A N( 'II.
There wiii ;i vcrv jMt a. unt party ut Mi Ilurnn
Doc. Meyers and D. K. llukpr will practice
before all the courts of the territory
Ilro. Gable pranched at the school house lust
Siiinlav ni.'bt • . «r •• audi. ,,
J. W. August!no and Jack Shcurwood killed
2ft rabbits on Jan. 3rd: murderers still atlurge.
t'Jco. Phillips was tried before Judxe L. Lew-
is for sti lling chloketiH and convicted of ben I
/fiai'..'hU-r . •■(! s. nteni-cd to be hung in the I
boi ds of tnntriuiony until dead.
A very pleasant and enjoyable lime was bad
at the l.ydiu school house on the evening of
Jan gnd The occasion b< log a dr unotlo and
literary enterlalpmcnt :ott« n up und produced
by home talent and ending wl>ha basket sup- I
l r. th^ proi. . K nf which lire to t.c devnt. d j
to the finishing of the school house. Among
the ladles and gent n « bo took a promts* |
en? port we not foll^ring well-known!
people Mr. am P. nr.v Hlbley: l «n Hal-
ey. John Foster anu th Mlssi s Lydla Amberg j
Lydia Holland, M.ittle Slayton, Mattie Voung- j
er. Mamie Hllev. und our talenti d and efficient
teacher Miss Daisy Foster. Prof. McCuun. |
assisted by Ark Shepherd, discoursed excellent i
music for the occasion. Kvcryone seemed v\ «■ 11
pleased (nd pronounceq the play u success In
evt i'.\ piirtl. u ar.
When iti Chandler
~==~^Stop at the . „
MANVEL HOt rSF. .
Hirsute Accommodations, • • Mrs. M. M. Egbert, Proprietor
()/ Mary R. Dawson,
James Bru .nlee,
'The teaclo• rV rcl.-i • i"-i t
of his pupils." I! K Stn
"How I teach / <• n ■' "
J. P. A. \l I.erta.ii
Teachers, school 1 ^ ; ?«•.. :t
| all other persons io. or.->t id in so hut
! work are in vtted to attbnd.
Some needed amendments to th
school law will be brought b. fore th
association at that time.
Dr. Price's Crenm Baking Powde*'
World's Fair Hlith- «-.t .'MeJ.-il anJ Diploma.
TIIV')M. < K \<;;; TOWNSHIP.
'larding is thankful be is one of the
North Manvel Avenue.
We have recently opened a new store in CharJler,
and have a fresh, clean, well-assorted stock of rancy
and staple groceries, which we sell at very low prices
and as cheap aS sold elsewhere.
li in need of anything in the way oj queensware, we
uiivcMoit[can suit you in style, quality and jirice. We also
j carry flour, and leed. when in town call at our store
^nd be convinced that wc can suit you.
While our advertising- agent was so-
liciting recently a merchant said: "Oh
I cannot attord to advertise, I'm too
little to spend money that way. If I
was as big as Wanamakerl'd advertise
Talk to your customers through.your [ like he does.'' Probably so, but if
ad as if you were speaking to them per- Wannamaker had followed your theory
sonally. If a man came into your store j he would be just as little as you art; to-
I is the
est of Laura Prljf*
The Auera [loose Ctore
i I la ! .
Post MIHl ( •
it the court
Tie re was a fest i ve -eeni
house lust Friday evening
sion being that (,f th,e ann
t ion and han<iuet nf ( h ind
Etelief Corps. The evening's events
were commenced by music by tho choir
and an invocation by \l v. Thon\§on.
Commander Ayars then installed the
following officers <'f tho Post: Com-
mander, V. W. liush: 8. v.. J, (; Lum-
ley; J. V.. Isaac CI-nt.es; g. M.. W. L.
Harvev: o !)., H. p. Ilardeastle: (). (i.
I<aae Bee man; chanlaln, D. W. Ulam;
Adjutant. A. A. He .-1« r. •
Mrs. .l.-nee Peuquiiy installed the
h ils follows: Pres. Mr&«
hlnrf a successful term
of - liool at the ( tolumlda
MarmoflHlros have the contract tobolld the
new hotel and will commence work wliortly.
Tr.v«"" s y.v.vj ■ - nr.- -• fr, i • '■ -n a
rheyrautlsm of the i ,".s. : r Ilarditiif says he
. und girls of pur town pri
installa- ; \uy i y. ry Wednesday evening at the home
1 St an I m |j piirrot
S (H'l'llt J :
Mr Put don. nt Oeihne. was here lool
a loi atiuL t- r a floin iiik uiill. lie w:i-
ably impri ssi d wt|h our town and n in
HOTEL : ENGLISH : KITCHEN.
We wish to say to the people of Lincoln county and the
traveling public th.it we have renovated and refitted this
ime of Ihqiise'.' and .have it one of the leading hotels of Guthrie.
Kates, ,SI.2;i a day. R. i>. M( (^UUBIN, Proprietor.
; 204 E. OKIa. five., - Cuthi8, QK lahoma
S v.. Mr
W. H. Mason and wife went to Guth-
rie Friday. They have rented a cot-
tage and will keep house during the
Otlifcses Ida Niblaek, Io and Zoe
^Fletcher, and F. B. Hoyt went to
^Guthrie the first of the week to attend
^he legislative ball.
.Sheriff Gebke has appointed A. A.
Beasler as under sheriff and W. N.
Warren deputy, and A1 Kirtley jailer.
All of these are good selections.
We are overstocked with gloves and
,mittens aj^l are going to sell them.
(Cqme in and see the reduction in our
j>rices. Feuquay & Holland.
Calvin & Funk, tonsorial artists, are
■comfortably located in their new shop
In the building formerly occupied by
Dr. Kelsey south of post office. They
are the-best barbers in Oklahoma. So
ffive them a call.
The claim that advertising doesn't
pay has about as much * effect on the
shrewd business man as the claim that
leasing is unhealthy has on the aver-
age girl.~i'n'vttrr0' Ink.
G. Zimmerle has opened a shoe shop
In Hall iff A* Hinohey's store and is pre-
pared to do gapca! repairing. Boot
and shoe making a specialty. All work
guaranteed. Glvp him a call.
fun. They do jo becaus
they make money by it.
The Kiideuvor SocltrI.
Tin- miinbeiv nf tin- V. J'. S. e. i;
directed by the aociul cuinmitU'.e. en
jou would not ilmpjy remark! "Shears | day. Sensible men do not adv
& Goose, Tailors, No.A St.," but
would direct attention to the point., of
superiority to be noted in your goods.
Tho county board met Monday and
organized with Mr. Clary as chairman.
Mr. Billingslea was present from the
2nd district contending for a place on
tho board, but Commissioners Clary
and Kggleston recognized the lawful
member, Mr. Jjtra. Mi:. Billingslea
may come before the district court with
There is good reason for the popular-
ity of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Davis & Buzard. of \y. Jt Montei-. y!
Clarion Co., Pn., says: "It has cured
people that our physicians could do
nothing for. We persuaded them to
try u bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
K'-medy and they now recommend it
with the rest of us." 2o and ,"i() cent
bottles for sale by A. D. Wright, dry-
j Lumlcy: Treas.. 1
; Mrs. U.i h- eliaph
yuard, Mrs. Hlaii
j Hargravi : (iontiii.
a,~~t. conductor M
Follow ing thid \
lieitous part of ■
ing. A lorir
was at ( !)<•.
ICiner; J. V.. Mrs
Feuquav; 8< e'y.,
!' . T .« 111 - : :
. M i -. Uan iiii.e.:
M t <L Ash ton.
' came the enticing, fe-
' he prtiy rani the ent-
'rtipt iri« ly bpread table
" ! ' I I 'V (tli
rsules and nieuibciv f the Corps and th«
. . . ..... i viands bcuan to disappear with what I
tertained their invited guests, youn<: 1 would have wee me d alarming celerity I
people of the town, last Saturday even-1 ^i'd tht diners tiot known that the la- |
ing at the Methodist chuioh. A short, i dl' T' ' Vf, wisu 1,i"1 always
as ,,,K.nedl,y mu.H by the Z^ble"swrou'nded
band. Following this was i> recitation | and two more sets of -pe )i • «vei ,- >nti--
th • beht
A merry i n. d of ynunir people Kutljered «t
the home of Ffunk I*«mlund and pnwsed the j
< veiling iikiiv diiiu liii; i*)ti111 the new year in j
ri\. it when Frank pus«< d the Mimpagne utU |
all ^ ft feeling happy, rh'
CLIFTON, CHOCTAW TOWNSHIP.
Hurry Culver is Ir the city.
J. H. Oardlner Ih HtiU very sick.
The lut«' snow was i^ood on the wheat crop.
There Is tulk of u hardware in Clifton noon.
J M. Hofftnan was in Okluiio/:.u City lant
Miss Adda Layton received a new bu^'ity us u
new yeur's preuent.
It. 1*. Itoope left Saturday to resume hl« la
bora in the Creek nation.
J. J I .ay ton and J. \V. Augustine sp^nt Mon-
day und Tuesday in Chandler.
Hon. t'has. S. Brown left Thun.da.vfur CJutli-
; he 4
edh V\ A Se(,tt.
by Miss Elda Underwood. A solo by j
Orin AshtOii was much enjoyed by th<-
audience, as wus M. T. Miller's recita-
tion, '-The'nd, red West." Miss Abhy ;
Hull sang a solo very sweetly and Miss .
Stubblefield gave a recitation :'he
bridal wine-cup." An exercise in null-1
Geo. R. Strode
llus just opened up an elejcnt line of Holiday
Coodn, uad Is prepared to .sell you
atcheh, Clocks, Jewelry
Pianos, Organs, Mandolins,
J Guitars, Banjos, k Violins
for less than railroad prices. Give me
a call. South Manvel Ave., Chandler
'i • i.at'it ;
"sprettd" t he \ had attended bit.<-.- tin.-
like occa.-ion of a year ago. Singinj.
conversation, and hhort bju c-ch^s bv
Comrades I'nderwocd. Ti-nney.' and
Harvt-y filled up the time until eleven
o'clock when the members of the
lodges and tlic ir giu>i* wtnt home
with most cheerful remembrances of
^ngcame next and wit ' the source of the evening.
much mirth. Then came the engage-
ment conversation with the following
topics for five minutes discussion each
1. If n railroad came to Chaiiiil- r.
2. ChandU-r society .
a. What kind of boys d«
What kind of tsirls do jc
ft. What is lo\.
0. Whut Is your n lit
7. Whut lb your latest lad •
H. What is your favorite t.oe
y. How have we changed sin-
10. Do you believe in low? en
Highest Honors—World'a Fair.
A number of younv p. ople surprlM d Fmnk
Layton l-'nduy ni^'ht uFf.d injo>( d tbeuif-. lve-,
MIhs Jo.sie HolTtnan returned Friday to Col
umbus. Kans . after a pi> asant hoiitluy visit
with her parents here.
Miss Fannie Ile^ernmn sperit Thursday w 1th
her mother at u> •• pin . She was acoonpaa
ied by Frof. Thackemy. Th. \ r turned toll -
Rev. Thomson, of Chandler pn . bed a line
sermon both morniOK and -v« iiIu^S mdar Ins'
i. P;E I W'l
°<!REflL ESTATESLQflNS'O .
Chattel Loans a Specialty. A List of the Finest LUijns ir
Oklahoma fur Sale, liiiprovej Louis to lease. Lejjal '
.Paper'A prawn and Acknowledged, Collec-
tions Promptly Attended Tq.
Sac and Fox Agency, Oklaho.nui
We Want You _
lo conic to yir Stpj'C looking pleasant
sometimes. W'e have ^o much to r.eH
besides i|uinine and. all those "hittej
l.n i n k
&rd aud di
I which be urged the importance of at
pletliif he church buildlnr
gs; we do not want you ,ta
are happy only when yousic
course, if you must -op ' ill we ,il
want to put up your prescription, but
we nave a thousand and one thin
r idea of u
12. Your claim in the Klckapoo
A vote east for the best lady and gen-
tleman conversationalist resulted in
favor of Orin Ashton and Abby Hull.
Tho "contrary" prizes were awarded to
Eugene Deacon and Eftie (Jilstraj*. It
was a very pleasant affair and one w
trust the society will repeat soon and
t the country that thi
111 not be hp.ird fr<
d the Xkm s u ill hi
lion. The N*ws and republican parn
rfh pops loft to h
| end o-/< r the dei-aj' . • mains of
\\ e na\ e
t fuil line of :
, . ff
can suit \ou.
rood to reagi,
zincs, or newspapers, we
le assortment of wall paper, paints,
s'"lass. Posi office butlchn<T.
I tornaktj th
fili ti the)
MOST PERFECT MADE.
I, urc Grape Crejm of Tartar Powder.
Irstn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
,0 the (,'iHqts wended thi
linn assured Ih. y had
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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/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.