The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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IIIE (11AMM.HR NKWS.
unofficial county paper.
h. b. gilstrap.)ed|to_s
"Look out for Lincoln County"
PHI DAY, D IXKMUKH OTH,
TliK inn ivr of populists in the
house i** ivdm i frotn twelve to six.
week for Pottuwa-
n. wspapers to get to
IT taki <>n
totnic co i;
The fifty-fourth congress of the
Unit <i s,.ii. convened Monday.
Tlioh. B. K i«!. i itunilly and logically,
Is speakei of tin houso.
Tiik ('n a n i ii . i .it News continues
boon of our !>• ^litest Oklahoma
changv . Tli (Jilstrups are a erodit
to their profe ion.-—Ponca City ('our-
Thk Kan-is university football teum
was beaten l)av t he M issouri team
Thnul. ,i\ . Kansas still holds
the in' i -.'ate collegiate hampion*
Out of n> -eight trials for murder
in the strip sinou Sept. Hi, I^D.'l, there
has b •< ii In.' one conviction, that of
Wm. S!i \ Perry hist week for
the murder of Kdward Hall in Payne
• county, ,
Tin: < 'lu r. kt • legislature has pn d
a law under which whites married in-
to the tribe will retain their uccu>-
fomed rights, but hereafter intermar-
rige will not ^ive th alien titles to
A TiAWsi has just been ended
by a i *• ,I whei .in the eil i. ■
of the Cher, iceo nation give the freod
negro r> -id nts a share of the land
and men y for which they sue.1 The
negroes were formerly slaves of the
Uherokees. They arc entitled to part
of the money from the sale of the Strip.
Tiik repreM n . ive from Norman in
the late Iluture, Populist Allen,
does the eounty printing in Cleveland
county and reap., his reward by setting
reports, etc . in lonj; primer type and
measuring the nuine in nonnariel.
Also, like the i itlu in Iii'j)rC8int(thr<,
he is an exp rt at ' padding." Cleve-
land county is fm« that '•reform'
The iiourd tbcu
J. U. Cl.AUV,
We do not ma . tliis explanation be-
cause of any thin,; that ha* been Maid
by others in regard to the tax levy,
but because, In our former article, wo
soughl to point out thw responsibility
for the rate of taxation, and liuding
that wo wei. mistaken in one point,
wo thought it L eot to present the rec-
ord of the commissioners* proceedings
u taken from their journal, and let
i miluiih ion. I'm i'i
il'llt till' hUUIl
i y, Oct !• Hi, > OA m
us on yestorday.
of the jouriiul
in th< mntt< r of tin; uppt ul of J
P.i . inthiti i. i'i ul coutiuucU Irom yenttrduy,
tut > 4nit tub uoutlnuod uud cuttu but for Ii
luy November i*9fi.
i in ronsi i' rutiou of clulmu huh ruHiiim d
und uctloii taken us follows:
L'luiui 017 W L Harvey fet Insanity of
Jo Now man uilowi d I 7
" Ouii I' 11 lit tuts fei o tor vs Cunuon
# r* . rnl uud touiiuuc-U
for lurtlior uetiou.
" t>77 olive Stublileaeld poatugo
ifl.i i>) reuousiuered uud u.low-
ed ut 7 U
The quarterly report of the county treasure!
(vat* am pled.
Tin boar a then took u reeens till Tuesday
i onca City has a e
Garfield ->unty i
meetings an J tax fe\
MZ\ • '
HTHE NEW YORK STORED
County Attorney, Lincoln Co.
Office at Court House.
( Hi NDLER, - OKLAHOMA
Guthi i' ;md Uklal
eal equal hulii age associations.
The Stillwater (Jaxette was grateful
for the crops, but not for the pops.
Since the cold snap a Beaver woman
is making inquiries! tor a stolon quilt
The Yukon H'akly ir thankful for
nubbins, the wheal crop having failed. ;
••Oklahoma day" for the Sunday,
schools is the first Sunday in Febru-1
ary. • •
Walnut lumber has b en shipped j
from r.ilvin. I. T. to Hamburg, Ger-
Tie- Atoka Citizen man was thankful
for two wild urkeys which ho killed-
A farmer's institute will be held in
Klltunotlii month. That's a good i
is the place where Lincoln county people
will do their Christmas trading. We are
prepared rir the holiday trade and expect
during December to sel' more goods, itet-
ter qu 111ties, at lower prices than ever be-
fore. We carry novelties and specialties.
Come to us for articles you can't lind else-
where, and come to us when you want goods
at more reasonable prices and better select-
ions than elsewhere. We can suit you.
I-\ W. RASH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Lincoln Co. Bank.
■j stltch< 1 linn .'•rchtefs, a ten cent art
' . .. i "i,i-
i had a little
of a burning
. d from th.
JC "/ - and
Tuchduy, November niih, IHW5. 10 a. m.
Honr.l in t iiiiiciuuul ton i . .->s taken October
i tient t'lialruiau J. II. Clary and C'omuiln-
ie journal of the previou
ru.nl, coil, tied uiul approved.
lor the lieu ring oi
TIIK S( IIOOI. VMl TOWNHllll*
ta \ i i > \
In the Ni.ws of Nov. 22nd• i 1 was
said iu i planutimi . i the high rate of
taxes that "A. thcr reason is that
after t be lowin-h ip and jcii/ol 1. \ i. -
had been inn , the territorial board
of equalization raised the valuation of
•U property in Lincoln county thirty^
five per e ut. This makes nee -sary
th- ... i er amount foil
township audr.-iieol district purposes
than was r led iieet ssary when
the estiuiat ■ re made be the town-
ship and disti i " boards."
We understood at the time that the
school and i wiihhip levies were made
before the report of the raise iu valu-
ation wn.4 reeoi\ d from the territorial
board. On furt her examination of tho
records, liowt \ or, wo find that the re-
port of the tc n itorial board was liled
in the olllco of tho county clerk on the
20th day o June, 18D5, and that after-
wards, on the lUth day of 'July, the
county eonim: sioners mot, and pro-
ceeded to make the tax levy for 1
as shown by the following extract fro i
the journal of proceedings:
Friday, July 19th, ISU.">.
Board .<r . -uuly commliislonerM in. i pursu
ant to ti.e r. i arementnof section 3. article
chapter of iMi; .
l'r. .,-nt ' I . rniunJ.H. Clary. Cotnti.i-slon
era Uou mi I lihtou, uud In uccordann u.i
said section 3, the following tax levy for the
y« ar lM'f> wus made by tho board
For f-ulerj lund. II mills; for court fund. :
mills for i • r uud inanno fund, J mills, ,i:;
gleBtou votluK no for the reason taut tho huu..
■kould • ■ ; mllla,) for road and l r di e (urn
M®11 ■ oi stti ply fui.it, •. un!i>. r< r i
gent fund, v'i mills, (Hen votlm; no for tli
reusou tbut tin same should bo 3 mill*,) for
county school fund, t 10 mills,(Clary vothur no
for the reuiion that the sumo should be 1 mill,
for hi parute school fund, 1 mill, for hinkii
fund.mills, for judgment fund. >, mills
For Pone a township general fund 10 inn i-
t bpiritous uud
tho yc ai u o
The petit lot
k not btuie uny .-.lulutory ; rounil.s
, and i. not verlllud by outb, ivliirii
by the board busluuicd, und the
rdi red to la&uo auld licenso us pu-
I bond of W. M. Ay era us justice of
Ivukupoo township was upprov
r the appolntmont of George
ii''i • anu n. t snor of Chandler
u, uud said Ueorgo C. ril-
ed truaiee und ausessor lu
in tile \\
'!,.■< 1 ■ •.I A < 'i'y A'.y
ed with i big fat turkey
Mr. Shoemaker ha • '
man a ^erne nt < f tho I0i :
Mr. Buckles has soloeo . rol.
Tho I'erry Htntim'l '■ s thankful be-
cause Mississippi and part, of Sedg-
wick county w- democratic.
A Lexington man has falh n heir t. >
$21,000. 1 Hats a le ap of i;i ney for
an Oklahoma > ' to g-'t hold of.
oember will have two full inoons. !s
Cliri t ma- effect the planets too?
The Ft. Smith A'cu-s llo-ord eonveys
the idea that it gives thank- hecuuse
Thanksgiving comes but once i year.
Pawnee has a dramatic -npany
productions as ''The 1'ride of ti Mar-
A Kay county law linn a.i -r'i.-e,,
that thev are "not land lawy • - no.
ex-judges but they get there just tie
piuuil lor riinnki-^lvlng turl
through the columns of his paj
I.,idles' union un
xtru f-'ooil for thp
■ lur winter dresses.
• iititig eloth
Bucli'-kin I ibre
lng. Always keeps Its i
ful sieve ltu
mens i loihiUK We
in Hi ou iiid the price will be found
to be \ < ry low.
• wool jersey Milt lor
•oils. A run line of mens' Jersey
Unit over shirt-, ut ijceut.s.
ijuarfer i .i .loll.-r.
• • Attorney At Law • •
Office, Corner North of the Post
CHANDLER, - OKLAHOMA
l>. N. FRAZIER, J. S. NEWBY
FRAZIER & NEWBY,
Attorneys at Law
CHANDLER, - OKLAHOMA
Knit Vests. '
Dress the little ones up
;ittraetlons Hiich ua Toys, eaadh s,
hrlstma trei oi -..t ■ ■
..i rehiels, lee wool fuselnators. hair or-
naments. porfumerli > stationery.
\T TilK NEW VOIIK STOKE VOL' WILL FIND HAH-
( \ INS NEVER REFORE OFFERED IN CHANDLER.
Pi " r r '"'OR
? fiOUTH OF
. POST OFFICE.
* : ' ii-
S til.lt till' I i
• ■ world lin-
ed both Ala
prinlinu a co!
i t J P Tryon . mils for poor
i hairs for
< imurron "
N. Choctaw •
road and bridge
road und bridge
road and bridge
read and brldgo f>
road uud bridge 3
" fc. Shootaw
.' Town of Chundlor " 4 "
" " " bond 4 "
The rate of the torc;torial tax bavin been
received from the i r rial auditor, th. *ame
was u vled by the tiourd as follows: For ail
territorial pun . * 1.0 mills.
On the recommendation of the oounty super-
kt endeut the following levies were mud* for
" tVjj I A Ashioa lumber uud l.ilior
on court houtio
'ihe i oard th< n took .i n e< till & A M
Wednesday, Nov. uttb, 1896.
J. 11 l I.AIiV, FltA.NK ANDKK.y'N,
Chulrunin. County Clerk.
Wednrsday, Nov. "A th, iHlio. 10 A. M
Hoard met pursuant to recess.
Present Chairman clary aud Comiuldslouer
Kea uud E;,- lesion.
The journal of tho previous day's session
was r< .ul anil appro\'ed.
lu tin- matter ol thn appeal of J. M Laws, I'.
0, llusUell ei al from tho decision of
the county superintendent uiec
school dist: .i; "i, the s.nuo uume on to
Comes now the hoard of directors of said
district No ei'> ej iheir itiorney .1 \\. craw
ford und moves tin boa id to dismiss said ap-
peal for want of prosei utiou, which motion
was by tho board sustained uud said appeal
A Tonkawa m in
i st Lfold iniii> s in
Alii- I. II.. ff.H v
ami South Africa.
to ii. ' nnpi id i .''ti l y |
inn po i i'i' >n Oklaho-
•:. \; i 1 bo i nspinal to j
rite i " 'ry on this beautiiul them
id jjfot them printed.
A Hritlsli antl I.vrii iiinyr 'iety will
dein'iimv \ in.-e'pMn tttrocit.i's, stijh a-'
. - 'i"1
\ n V '1 \w111 i ■ ■:
would I' • : .'i-r.-.'ti v prop r, bin _ would ;
Hi -; 1) hi : a - 1 ''
.i.ul • ■i I.ir 1 o • bf.i' hoth M idi and
LAW, POK< V TOWNSHIP.
Ml. ■ Brov p, or tlulhri •, Is visiting j
Miss Maud Cannon.
i'oopl • h !••• wero not prepared for |
Mrs. Wm. Davis arc visiting
Mr and Mrs. Malone, of Cushing,
arc vi-dtlng at lv Morrows.
Mr. S. E. Weaver has gone to prove
up his claim near Arcadia.
PARKLAND. OSACK TOWNSHIP.
J. II. M ans is treating his dwelling
Dry Go Js,
You will never know
many goods a doiiar w
until vou •
RATL1FF & HINCHEY.
New goods arriving every week.
- Wr. I t, Mamon §
* ♦ Attorney-At-Law ♦ J
1 rv--| roiupt iittontion to ^eh< ol Land 2
' > (. op^o>ite P. -i i nice. 5
Cluindlor. OUUi B
A lovely Head of llalr.*
Is so hi thing that every woman should
he proud of and issomothing that,every
o rsonean have if th<*v use Beggs'
| Hair Renewer. A positive guarantee
v> itii ever\* bottle. Sold by A. D.
H. W. STUBBLEF1 ELD,
PeQSiOn oni Claim flgent.
All claims presented through Dr. O. R.
Howe, Pension and Claim attorney.
Washington, I). All*business will
receive prompt attention. Office with
s. A. Cordell, s. Manvel,Chandler, Ok
Be-g^'t; trman'Salv. . B. ggs''German
s.ilv. Heggj-' (i'-rtnan Salve. The
greatest pile ointment in the world.
It cures whore all others fail. A posi-
'narantee with o very box. .Call
U rxi, r for sample box. Sold by';
I 1'-J W ,1,PUSTB^t A. D. Wright.
A. B. OLESON,
Contractor and Builder.
Practical Stone anil Brick Mason.
Cisterns and Chimneys a Specialty.
Work Guaranteed. Leave orders at
J. C. Fletcher's Store or send by mail.
CHANDLER, - OKLAHOMA
First BlocK North of
' LIVi; AND LET LIVE'
Go to Fletcher's
It you want anything in the line of
The ii; h st Market Shelf - ?, - Heavy - Hardware,
Price Paid for
Anyone who is suffering from Con-
stipation or Indigestian, would do well
to try Beggs' Little Gianl Pills, They
gi'i perf'M't satisfaction. Sold and
warranted by A. D. Wright, your pop-
- • I. M. McGlTRE & CO. -
Tue petition of \V. A. K. White uud others
for the division of Oto.' township wus ^rauted,
uud township 11, run. < :> mi oil und upurt
from township 1">," rult^i' 3, said township I I,
rnnt:i- 8 lo bo kuown us McWillie.*' townsliip.
tho boundaries of said township to bo us fol
lows: Hi j.'iuutu;: at the N. K oorni-r of twp
II, ruiiK*' 3 und running tlu nco vo >t niont; the
north lino of twp. u, r«n«o3to tin N. W.
corner of township 14, i.iu<e ;t niuiiin< thence
sou'h ttloug tlu' runKo luu> between range 2
and a to thu ••. VV eoriurof twp. 14 ruiip- :t
runulug thtni'i «.ist alon: the south line <>f
twp. 14. range 3, to the southeust corner of
twp. 14 rauge 3, running thenoo north along
the ruugo line between ranges 3 and 4 to the
pluco of br^Inntn;.'.
The following oOlcers were uppoluted in and
for said township:
J. M I'asfjidy to be trustee uud ussessor.
D. E. Smith to be elirk.
r T. Cm sur to be tr a urer.
R M. Shaw tv I c justice of the peace
Oliver stmw to bo constable.
Tho official bond of (.. •♦. ■ Kldrid^i >
setsor of Chaiulltr twp. wi s approved.
The followlug claims of witnesses before the
it of paint.
Quite a severe storm last Monday
for this time of year.
Mr. Anderson has 1> night hair inter-
est in the Hush sawmill.
Tli ■ m hool tnov on smoothly this
winter with • >'. pupils "lrolli'd.
There was a masqti -rad • ball at'he
Randolph buildi'u; Thanksgiving I
night. I That Trip Knst
n ito '.I- .. i !•'! i«i:e. t ' !.t .t'.d ' I' I , . ' ' il
. (i , J s, :• ! e rout-, a- r as Chicago.
, Thir'v miles the shortest line be-
the 13th and loth.
Th. I'arkli ' I ■ t • i j.ry • eiety met T?\. k js r •! \ rock 'ral lasted,
ed wi'li Mr. Rohart president ; Nopr tier, co i«*r or in re comfor-
Messrs. II.li s, House, and So ha ' tablo t rains ent- r Chieago tnan those
• I..' :
Op r liundr-d. ' pa I 'tiilman ud fiv. eh itr
rinware, Galvanized Flues, Well
Tubing, Rope, Nails, Ammunit-
ion, Nails, Buggies, Wagons, etc.
. -cz&zxy* ** ■* v*
Cold weather is corn-
SAC and FOX AGENCY.
^ Rates $3.50 per week, $1.00 per day
reed barn accommodations at reason
aide prices. E erthinjr neat and clean
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
W. H. Allanbaugh, Prop,
Men's Fir Fu '*
and Hati. A full line of-
French . nd P. mcstic Pi
Goidf now on hand. Examine
The buildin*owned i.., 1). J. Ka:i-
! )< ^
with a ^1,000 Sti ek of goods.
VI i He Olllio
you may have a sudden bilious )l
i" ' a
you to ! ;vo \oiir work. If yo' '<;i
tabulu taken at the tirst symptom-
n^ for what
rs s. rved on plan of
-t a .-out, or addres
. i I'. A Santa I- ■
i ai ding, Chicago
Th< Chandler (
folio win* band ii
t il on o
' nd an
3 00 ler, Okla.
'.'J 00 '
district court v
C'lnitu Mi Kilu t'uUh*
" (an Wm. >chussler
" <331 John Todd
'• t .ii Kilty Hovers
" fia AlexHtshoi'
685 John \V. Hrown
ft.il Frank Cri>so
41 tv li. A. llamhardt 4 no
" ivt3 I.ineoln County Hank 708
" fi2-< Joe Tuttle
M *531 \v. N SVarren summon!ok
Tho board then took a recess till Thursday, i'i- ine
Nov. vut, imto, y a m tiles insure
ti II • l r Sule.
net Hand litis
i ornet, two l .b alto:
• in good i i.
15. F. Harriin- n, sec\
. i'i.and- i
Subscribing tor ) Magazine
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Th. eli rk mlg1
the head for it.
bin they don't -
trouble usually b
J. H. CLARY,
t m. Ask your
iu the stomach.
e. i ii pan's Ta'n-
' ion and a clear i
1 >cni'. rest'> .M.: ^i/.ine Free
* i <
ast l ountry.
I i' * * i.. \\ i 1 . tli' post mas t r a Tli Texas coast un rv vi« - v
weifl.uin, I I . ul, -...v.. |. ciin.Ml ...... ... • . 1 .t ;> i;
cuh-- ol oiarrluiut of long standing in peun-. and stravs '• n
six hours, With one small bottle of i thousand doHars' worth of pears from
t'li.uub i iai'i > Co:ie, l nolera ami Di ir- thirt n a. •. h;, -n • .e • i tti
rlia'.t lili.iu- dy. W hat a pleasant sur- in one s ason, and can perhaps be (lu
prise that roth,t have been to the suf- p.ieat 'd by you G. T. Nieiiolson, G
not unusuai j a. Santa Fe Hon'. . Mteiadimek
building, Cticag >, will be gind to fur-
feri-r. auch cut^ are
with this reniedj . In many instance-
only one or two dosi are required to
givi permani nt relief. It can always
bo ot:|H;ndtd upou. .Vhen reduced
with water n ;> pleasant to take. For
sale by A. D. Wright, Druggist.
nish without chargc an illustrated '
pamphlet telling about Texas. v Seno
ti) nearest agent for ticket ru:
There is usually a low fare in effect t
all important lex as poinis.
I lie Ojnii i. n| Publishing- Co., >
llti i* ifth Ave., . w York.
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- v .h pictures on every p ;:e cf t;ie m
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W Tte literary World Stlv s ','e '
i. impressed from month to month wiiht'i
^ - of the 'Review of Reviews,' which i
of Eiffel Tower for the survey (t •'
-• V lleld of periodical literature. And \ . t it
jj ;• own, and speaks out with decision a id
the ht .r It is a singular combination of
TJ t'i. d.ii'v nrvspaper. It is daily in its i iuu-s:
H is monthly in its method. It is ti
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