The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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THE CHAN'DI CHNfiWSJ
CILSTHAl'i GILS, (AP, Pl'ULISHO.v
A. C. Cronk was in town Momluy.
Eggs fourt< • 11 cents a d« zen at Mas-
thos ■ of dishes at the A
.... 1 tor before you buy your wife a
LINHS L.I.I, . IS, MlSllliVS Mdda vjT. I 1 •, • i ] ITunt "Mini Everett Lnrton re-
i turin-d Saturdav from a week's hunt-
ing in the Creek nation.
Wo have a store and will
im.v the high market price for seed
cotton. RatlifT & Hinchey.
Von can not "Coin's Financial
School''and ore v. ar's subscript ion to
the Chandler Nkws for $1.00
Fottn'd: A '1 Masonic pin. Own
or can have the > wne by ealling at
this offlc • and payitiff for this notice.
• The N'-'.WS a tut th • Kansas City
Weekly Journal "ml Agriculturist, two
pap- i>. on year for one dollar. Vou
Hti't afford to bo Without the News.
Alwivsgo to Swi irinjjon and see
his work befnr • having picture* taken
elsewhere. I> i' '> s a -1" i*;ilty. Rem em-
Fetiquay & Holland's regular ■• nrices
on groceries am! -hoes air.- the sjino as
the so-called 11 AKtiAlNS : t other
places. Come and give us a chance to
App'I \t : Pay. <F. Harp- r
hrnixjht the NEWS a load of wood and
a ll.it turk< v on -mhseription the dt.v
• fur. Thauk i \ i Snob ha-ii) miy
of the pay \vi:!i th i.iv is.appreeia t. i.
Photos I. I Hnr/'ivo has bought'
graph business ancUtho firm will
w«.rk umbo- the nam'1 of f[ar<jrav
HttlT. In the tent until after the holi-
County Attorney John Etnbry is in
town this wool:. Ho is fooling well
considering his severe illness. Wo
• xprrs; the sentiment of many when
w. say W 'are glad to see Mr. Embry
No euro, no pnv, that is the way Por-
ter's Antiseptie Ileal inir Oil is sold Tor
Barb (1 Wire Guts. Burns. Scratches.
Cracked H. • . Saddle Galls. Old Sor--
aud -n■ w \V "mi- in Cattle anil ai1
b«'ast. Price, 25 cents.
Sold by A. D. Wright.
Tjif. Truth. - il-i*. <lark Braken,
the noi"<;l Christian debitor has been
1 foturinsr every night this v. ek at tli• •
C«>ngrenational church. Hi- series < r
i.rtiii'i- are very interesting, and
highly instructive to hi* large audi-
ence.-. Infidelity would be a thing of
the past had we -ufli a man with us
of ten. —Tecumseh Hera Id.
Friday. Di: : ;
Kail Road TimeTaM\ Guthrie, 0. T.
VtchiMou. Toprua. A santa
NUIIT1I. EAS T AND \Y1
arrive I Arm
I' ■■311 pill
Local Pr* u t t.
The "taxpayers' mass meeting" was
tic con tor of Interest Saturday.
Then . r a great many people who
■ ' t !i uu. . r on purpe>e to att nd
and !'uin\ other* look, d in on its
pr.> o. ding incidentallv. so that when
the tn ting was called to ord r at 12
o'e:< ek th. court mom was well filled
i' pi. ': n'f. and octatOl's. W.
A 11 fan was < 1 oted chairman, and
!'. .i. 11 i*i' r secretary. A committee
en i - i.'iis appointed, eon-Mat-
11 ' i .
White, aim,! Gunn. 3p . ch-making cent grand jury, isn't it?
1 « the principal order, theaudienco • ft therefore 1 m nd d
Mr. 1 raged people " -What! were tho
the people of Uneoln enmity?
Tho statement that there had
Elliott said, "Tn the words of Henry
Clay, give me liberty or or give me
Hog an, with the aid of the House Jour-
the tax i lyers and t > place the rosjion-
If the salaries of Ulam and Anderson
are too high, why not cay so and stick
to the truth?
No allegations of Irr. gulnritles in
county records were ma le Then why
Strange that these "patriots" didn't
bring this conspiracy h fore the re-
Free chair cars or, all
trains i'ulnian I'Jl
si." p. rs e> Kan^ i- '""it
ii>: * I ..
nml 1 Julveston ('mini cts
a I N. vvton With \ • -titer-
limit* : having rh lir . sir-
Pultuan palaci' .. umart
lin ui HltrpiTH ami ilii'
i'iisa thru -m to I.o> An
k« I 's and San Di< • <> is.
w nil train rarryinw . !>air
cars Pullman and 'I «.!.r
ifcti Hlr^pi ris tn K1 1'umi.
i.o.s Antfeles. and San
Pran-'-.. '111.". . railmid and sP,.m-' ip
tiol - - to i ■ urn Paasengt rs boo • a
to n sontinont <'f Buropi . also
from ai:.. •• .nd point in Europe-ti<ron n
t«. an] p • Dnlt< .i St it< a Pri pit d
tick. ! - p,i i for her.-will l>e ilrliv. red to p;>-
. I' A.. Chi.
in Europe. For fu h
oraddre--. ;. o. T. Niche1
W .1 H ark. A. P
R. Dclaney, Ai-cut,
***,. xxtx xvtexmmtotuxeMm *** «*
fit the Market
g Noveml" i" is past, and our k
offer of , cents for corn is
withdrawn. We will till re- J
ceive corn in payment for sub- ^
scripti,ons, and allow the high. 5
est. n *ket price for i1. IIay.
weod. and produce also acci'pto.d* jfc
TH ! X':\VS, - CHANDLKK. |
■Cotiou seed for sale at the gin.
Eggs fourteen ocntsat Mascho's.
ITarpcr Cunningham U over from
Tern l vh. vi-!'."il Guthri • early in
nihility for objectionable lo
els* wh> re. Mr. Harper madt
dr. with regard to the "territorial
raise." and others followed with de-
nr.ueiat; -us of the high taxes. A re-
e- -> of haii''an hour was taken, after
whie M. F. Klliott was the lirst spo tk-
. r lie said there was no use of taking
the tax matter into court, for while
th. re was nl.-uty of law there was no
.iustie. . He thought that a secret or-
ganization was being formed to r
islation i n eonspiraev to reduce the \
an ad- condition of serfdom was a-
' was untrue.
The following prices will
holJ .coovl at the Big Trade
Grocery until further no-
t bars of York soap for
7 bars of Rib soap for
5 packages of Cow Brand soda
S It.s pink Chili heans for
vv(.,_thnt*.<-pav- tli, „r N.„VI tH,nns f,„.
4 lbs L M. raisins for
Why wasn't Mr. Clarv included in
the r 'solutions? TT" had as much to
do with the tax levy and the raise of
valuations as Rea and E«rgle«ton.
The resolutions «av
crs of Lincoln county." Th
pcrhap r 0 or To men who actually took
part in the meeting, while there are | * cut loaf suirtir
; HOYT ABSTRACT CO.
|3 ittiie oni.y complkteset op absthact
BOOKS IN LINCOLN CO.
py E. W. 1-jOYT. Secretary and Maoaget,
pi Office in Lincoln County Bank.
A. McWethy, .
• PROPRIi I OR OK
The Old Reliable Meat Market
* Mm * ** * m * * *« a * * * ## * * *
in Gut hi ii .
; r sjn nt purt of the
.T. C Mo r. r
ing M. iday.
Good tv pew•
was down from Cush-
vn from Park-
C. II. Cannon wie
iand Mond \,
S. W. John • n, of Flynn, was
Ri lh p < ' rps Dinner -The ^i
dies of the K li'-f corps served dinne
and supper on last Thursday at th<
Oa hlis building. Th re was a varieh
of traditional Thanksgiving dishc
served and tne corps s"-talned its r->pu
tation for bountiful provision
inr and -jood cooker v. The- proceed
■ i •
i.-ijust ta.\ s. ai d spt.ko eulogistically | ^ names on the ' tv roll, nn 1 ovr ( I lbs good Carolina rice for 2a
of it-, ni. inb. r as ua-n with the u itriot-, had already paid their tax<*s. The 1Scotch Rolled Oats for 2a
ism of Washington and Patrick Hen- tax-payers of Lincoln county. indeed! ri nncoloiv 1 lauan tea per It. Its
r,\ and as m< n whoso "sinews were I ' " ' _ 1 ' ' 1.
— —- Good grade Young Hyson per it. ..30
v.vr ai I b. oppression." He roast- j pain in the side or chest there is California canned jwaches 20
ed ti..- e<>i;'ity officers and ma le a j.r«o i nothing so cood as a |>iece r f fl innel I pva,)0l.atod apples per th 0
ymn> statements that would he hard 'ampened with Chamberlain's Pain '
to prove. Mr. Fiench was called for. Halm and Jvwnd over the ^cat of the
and disappointed the crowd by under- ! pain It affords prrmntnnd permanent
taking t<i place the burden of the res relief and if used in time will often
ponsiI>11 ity upon congress. This w es prevent a cold from reBultin«y in pneu-
■ \ it i- 11.. \ :tii! .! it >., thvy ea". d nionia. Tl i- snm.- tr. at. ncnt i- a
> . e 1 ludgo Wilson who made sure eu v for lam back. For sale by
f the', e.ghly -<'!id with tile A. D. Wright, Dm ryist.
ei.ering eh m lit of the crowd b\
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. inmisxioner Clary.* being pre?.- Important to llomPHtenrtorH,
en'. Ait: called upon to ",-i|uare him- Tf vou want to Hie on a ebtim, or if
--If. lb sought to - plain, but was you want to prove un. and want to do
interrupt.--' by numerous vie-tions and so with the least trouble and expense,
4 W I e
French tried to harmoni/ 3 statements. Nibl iT. s court comm'ssioner, for
but only tulihd to the displ asure of Lincoln count v. atbis offiee « n Manvel
the er..wd. Tilings wax. d warnie . nv -au. . epp.-sit.- the pohidflle • bloVk.
a ;(i j.:>ndemonium reigned. Chairman TT'Mvill cheerful'v jive all ne. .led in-
and ([uleted the tumult sufficiently for ! and correctly, and will save you mon
| All stoneware ]M4r gallon 10
I Everything else in proportion.
Come and buy your goods
of us and be happy.
East Side Manvel Avenue,
M GOODS ) 16 07.
} 1)1 \I,I NG [ to a
f prici:s S Pound
-t n> rk
cine and t
pr e paid for * corn |,. i,(,; • !,.s for
and Ilinchey's. I)ru<";ist.
/.-•not \TcKa\-. Ohio, is of the opinion
that'll, re is lioth iie.r a> good for ehild-
i'( n.-trouol d with cold 6r croup 'is I'd.
sears with the h ' results and a w.-ivs
havine la -rii-p- he was hinis K troub :
led with a -"'v r i rough. ITe used
other r. ni dies without benefif an.1
th.-u coi elii'1- d t" try the chilnrei.'
his delight it soon ef- >• r<-
• . ■ i r- -. . 2"> a ad 1
;ale by A. D. Wright. . !•••
Ciary to s-ty that he voted against the
raist if the (derk's salary. When this
was k nowiL Mr. Clary was cheered and
allow . -.1 to p ;'
There* were jirospects of further
sneech-inakin;1. ut Mr. I logan shut off
tile • tuld-he i:.:;ors by ann-Mincir ■
that th • committee was ready to re-
port. Mr. Gutnn, from the committee
on resolutions, then mount- d the
and read the following:
Wiiereas, t l e declaration of ind p. n-
h-nc' of our forefathers deck-res that;
•• a' •
dow'.'d by tludr Creator with 'ertain !
inali- tiable rights,that among t sear,
lif.;, liberty, property and the ursuit ;
rights laws are instituted amoi
deriving their just powers ft
governed, an 1 that when any of these
laws are unjustly or faithlessly admin-
i-.t i- d. it is not nnh the privilege,
■■i.-and form- oil established are
bar 1 to alter, and ' at experience
leach.-.s tli it, man king mora dispos-
tban to ri ht tie msi !>•. s by abolishing
When vou or me to in U- aoplle ition 1 OUR IlEFr.RKNCr>
for final proof brin>r your filing certifi-
cate and be sure vou have th • nroper
Christian names of four witn
: Ouu Custom Kits
* I HI', oldest M.vltKi:T
5 Till". \'K \TK>T SHOP
0 THE Mi 1ST ' 'MPI.I TH I.IN1
THE HE ST SIXICIv.
" THE 1' VlIi 1 ST . KI ATMKNT
1 i 8c *->r\lt Met it*,
i .^li aM "t.AMr. and"'ovcrythtug
kept tn a
FIRST CLASS MARKET.
Highest Pri oo paid for.all kinds of Btdss a flu
S AMU IC K I. Lv IS,
— .lOBIJKK ANDl^TAIL DMA LKIl IX
DRUGS, MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS,
C.I.ASS, PUT 1V, nOOKS, STATIONERY. AND A FULL
, ROOKS, STATIONERY, AND
LINE OF DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
Cor. Manvi I Ave. and Uth t.
nidler, - OUlahoma
; TTow in the world en i vou expect to
tic cur-'d of t-be niles unless vou trot a
box of 11 ''crs' German Salv. J Sample
; boxes free. Efjua'ly irood for scald",
, burns, old sores, etc. Sold and war-
ranted bv A. D. Wrisrht.
WHEN Y0lT COME • !
• • • ■ to chandler!
Just drive up to the RIG TRADE!
GROCERY and see what we have for
you. We can make it to your interest I
to come and see us. Money saved is j
A. n, WRIGHT'S DRUGSTORE
°<lBOOK AND NEWS DEPOTS
I )rn N 1 I ici ne -s,
Paints, Oils and Glass. School Sup-1~~..
I plies, fancy and loilet Articles. |-
i I lei t on lb" IV lj .I i;
i i"-i:i ...I t.nviiii? for ^ot this when buying groceries.
ritorv of Oklahomr
"iill r^ine of Wa II 1 i 1-
I'KKSCKII'TIO.NS CARKPULLV rOMPOlt.VDBD.
POST OFFICE BUILDING, - CHANDLER, OKLA.
Big Trade Grocery,
Eugene Deacon, Prop.
it is tin '.
W. r,. HARVtf
I Oil Il<l III I.IIHt.
lomplaiut. It is 14. j - Diarrhea Hal-
-iii I); 'Ms do not K HEP it. They
Capital - City - Business - College.
( ti itl irie, Oklolioiria"
Tills is th > ti IJ! .AT TI' \ I N1NTG SCHOOL of tlie Territory. Its eoura
of study are praotieal, thorough, and comprehensive. It# eareer b
I. en a most successful one. It has enlarged its quarters threi differt
times, and must now add additional rooms to a immodate ever l
"i"~ attendaneo. Remember, tho Capital City Busine88 Collet$
• t lie lir ii-iieal, u|eio-dat< HusinesM (,'o|li <je of the Territory.
or fai ni iiroilmv onj - -n;;!ion. M. • . in ' ' H'v
Ben Jon. • ' ir~- to Kansas to.lav ! injr d. liv -r d bv < .irk Br ul
wi'h cattle. He \ ill b- absout
Swea i In area
O. over McNeal'-
b'.rjje audi nee to the court line
• : >-li • vvjii 1 • A1' 'n'e invit 1 an-;
friends of Christianity agree i hat it -
bni seldom if ono ha« the the opw.ir-
v of eli* -
•itu i,i;r a i.. : 'it. in favor of the r. -
(lipion of the IUble, Those who sta .•
W. T. Ca : ac.'e-.' i a I'osition | ,iu ,v froi . " r. a -of being- hit shn i 1
■ ,. ,, . ■ .
spending the ; u ith ,)jt )M,.lk Mr Br!l,ien will
on lnue his declares during
>r litant rai- in
x levy, ha v pas -
nln- s- to tin neo-
raged people that
week :e the purpose of at-
tending ■ i • "aden's lectureis.
to C >
and tlif. i
Mai. - i -
Poland China pigs go
. fa n one mile - ast
ih from Chandler,
at ti <
day at. II .•
pr. ael.« d a h
a fai •*
■ ' «ervu'.'- were held
.tional church, Tliurs-
• fnl. helpful sermon to, Th
The Lost is Found:
F, M. Cal'd-
ner, tie lo-t i.i-in, of Fox townshin.
has been found. Not) long aft. e his
disappearance certain clairvovar ts a -
r' cl that it had been given them to
know the whercahout- of the lost,
said he had been murdered and
ed. and that a commit:. • be appointed
teinve- iteil e books of the coun4v
and ''. poii up.ei the condition of the
thai th \ b ., • -on11 itii.-d by W. H.
Mason: and we demand that the . oun-
ty print'ng be !.-t to tie' lowest, bidder
at-' ' we demand that iV.e county
pro.--cute any and all oflie rs
fo ;. ada I viola ions of the law;
I.'. - e'.l, that we. th tax payers of
Lli . .. n county, consider the ta.\ l"vi. d
by t r -rriiori il board unjust and il-
I). \\ rJ:• 1.'
good meal 01
If so CO to tin
I!! four eonip
Students may en
men and woni- ii
UUHINESS, 8H0HTHAND, TYPEWRIT-
ai- jira.ti. al. and taught by >-:\ p. rieiutt^d leach era.
•oil at any time. All ambitious and energetic
iir oan estly solicited to enroll with us. Secure
'1 ! '
inv a 1 i p. rso to ill and inV'-stigat our claims
t .. ■ e i:
or further in! rmation ,eall on or address
i l i\t
nici| >i i I .
up!.: i ! lii \ ing be.
jt he body taken to the Creek nation!
I for concealment. The seer .'. -eribed
T. M. Alli-.-u ; rinitv wer-* rccogni/. -d. S er of M:-
the body of; lous tis to ins:st the described par* '. -
! be arrested. Much wonder, surmise
, | and comment was worked up. Tjo, th< ;
fumeiit am. other day Mr. Gardne r c-ime home , ^
\ <|ue-' ;.! - f,.om r,.,sp.s where he had b n \ sit <
>ln " '• ing and wa's as mad as a hornet when1
cash sub- ■ heard about the commotion he had '
j mad.-. A case of miopia.- d confidence i
•lairvovants and their ilk.
• invest i gate
. .r. A.
d J. l;. :
>mm :nd the t
as a com
.-ord - of t ii «
an, Charles i
aid. S A.
the mill .|:n
c / he lu ' //' >tr / ill cIrtiul -
■ lev. Board and Lodging
C by the day and nrck. Com-
} ffriable room and a first-
■ das* l ibit . The Conmicr-
J rial trade irill find this the .
; best Ifol ' in Chandler- '
Give us a trial.
Notice ot '"lie
on the fly
-The r. -u-
rch at t :l"..
plant trei -
pe riLrain for
Prove up your < iaiin
at Chand'. .-, and save tim- and -•x-
of iiling and the full names of four wit-
I IegLrs' bloo.
.rii.er ami blood Mak. t
irifier and blood Makei
ot the skin. A posi-
with I'v.-i-y bottle, '.".ti!
to get Beggs' and take
bv A. I). Wright.
I • P * A * N • S I
ONE GIVES RELIEF
O. D. KEE, PnesiDENT.
F. B HOYT. CAE HII
Lincolg • County
I. MERYDITH, ASST. CASH.OH
DOES fl GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
DR. L. A. KELSEY
V. I Mcrydith,
-nth in the
on that the tre-
by ' n
'' The .
Of o nice head of hair just
' ",'ligen •••. When your h lir
• I « ut, don't neglect i* bir
• e of He . - le
prevent, its falling out, and
For sale by A. D. Wright.
Char !'er, O, T . Nov
; The follow n.' I'awnt ■ t nvn
j rants will be paid on presen
id 1 :CHJ to a:00 I
Poor Pi jfits
ll after the cough i
i bnuj ry
Alii-on was b<
d Nov. 30th, 1 -
ath v.'a- heart
se or !
t s'lic5 - World's Falf.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
k pure Ci i Tartar Po-.v ' -r Prtt
■Thos. B. Cull,
this county and ad-
ELKHART 0.4 • ■ !A@E cnJ HAF ?
IVj 1 ! ;
Soring Wagons, s ' toiJ.. ... i/ .
Wagons. 8urreys • v
Toil Buvgic. > > •
$35. Phaetons* a* ..3
••/ 1 ' -I I l> •' ' . 1 I I M.HII ... t .
No-i Wum-r -ut. . W. 3. PRATT, Secretary, Elk'iart, Inct.
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1895, newspaper, December 6, 1895; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115271/m1/3/: accessed August 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.