The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, April 1, 1898 Page: 1 of 10
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[TIE CHANDLER NEWS.
CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1898.
Chandler is Enjoying a Substantial, Permanent Growth;
It is Not Being "Boomed" for Real Estate Speculations,
LAJEST WAR NEWS.
As we go to press a telephone
dispatch announces that Spain
has refused to accede to the
presidents' ultima*,una and that
Minister Woodford has been re-
caledl. This means the end of dip-
lomatic relations with Spain—
No doubt the next adjutant
general for Oklahoma will be a
"Spain magnanimously con-
sents for Uncle Sam to feed her
citizens while she goes on mur-
dering and harassing them.
J. J. Boles, the new register « ,
for the Guthrie land office, took
his place yesterday. (9
Cyclones can occur later than
March 30th. Don't neglect your
'fraid holes just because the
fatal date is past.
One of the silliest assertions
~ , which has been made is that Mc-
The Cubans are still hungry
Kinley is prevented by the
"money power" from
into a war with Spain.
_—Printing that is executed in the proper stylo, 011
good stock, in the latest and neatest faces of type, by
competent workmen see the Chandler News. That's
the kind of work we do. And our prices are right.
Come in and let us show you our new faces of type. We
can print what you want and give you satisfaction.
Chandler News Job Department.
It is no reproach to President
McKinley that his course is com-
mended by Grover Cleveland.
In many things Grover has a
The court martial investiga- ____________
tion of Gen. Rosenbaum'sj
,v • 1 Dr! Ellis will erect an iron
complicity in the egg affair came buildi on north Manvei ave-
off in Guthrie last week with j nU(1
eclat. It was the .most recher-j Make your final proofs before
che military affair ever held in j Harry B' Gil strap, U. S. coin-
Oklahoma, and "Rosy" came ' missioner.
• BoSiSiiii 9S9SSS9*'
No cure, 110 pay, that is Por-
ter's Antiseptic Healing Oil is
sold for burns, barbed wire cuts,
scratches, cracked heels, saddle
galls, old sores, and screw
worms in cattle and all kinds of
inllamations on man or beast.
Price, 25 cents. Sold by A. D.
The resignation of Gen. Rosen
baum and the confusion existing tujj
in the ranks of Company "A" in-
dicate a belief on the part of
through without being convicted j Major Leo Patrick stopped
and immediately resigned. The ; over last night on his way home
governor accepted his resigna- i from Shawnee.
tion. Those s who believed in j The Choctaw surveyors are
Rosenbaum's guilt before the this side of Clifton, pointed to-1 chant, which occured in Kansas
trial still believe in it, we are ward Chandler. last Tuesday. He had been ill
! for about five weeks, but
We regret to learn of the death
of E. E. Friend, the Carney mer-
Cyclone and fire insurance on
The long delayed appointment farm property written by Hoyt
J 11 Rms nt t10
of United States attorney for
, State bank.
at the Lincoln County
those warriors that there will be.^,, ,
... o • t , i ^ Oklahoma has been made. Hon, 1
v-:tr vith Spam and tbev would ! ' , . . I
, S. L. Overstiv-'t, oi Guthrie. 1 .
then ctischaiges - . corner of Manvei avenue and
the winner, llns will prove one
while there is vet time.
Dr. Ellis' office building on the
1 1.1th street is in icourse of con-
of the most satisfactory choices : struction.
The president's message to made for Oklahoma. .As a law- ,f B ,;ifstraM ,ias beeu ap.
congress accompanying the re- yer Mr. Overstreet is eminent, | p0jnted United States cominiss-
portof the Maine boar^. of m-jas a republican a diligent, un-
quiry contained 110 recommenda-, swerving worker, as a man hon-
tion. This leaves congress- free , orable and loyal. He will make
to act and also leaves tat hat 1 ody aline record as an official. It is
its share of responsibility. This undoubtedly a fortunate selec-
need occasion no harsh criticism 1 tion.
of President McKinley, since the i
only recommendation congress! , Chandler is enjoying a boom
, , ■ , ... 1 that is destined to make her the
would have approved would have
been but for such action as would
loner for Lincoln county
.1 udge Burford.
Mr. Bromley, of Savannah
Mo., arrived last night. He
looking at the country with a
view to locating.
til a few days before [ibis death.
He was well known in this coun-
ty and had a groat many friends.
As a citizen he was a, credit in
every way to his town and coun-
The shoot ing of a blast of 3,000
pounds of powder at the big cut
north of Jenness' on Tuesday
evening attracted quite a num-
ber of people from town, and the
sight was well worth going to
) j see. The drill holes were near-
18 ) ly 25 feet deep, and all were con-
President McKinley is re-
ceiving much abuse and criti-
cism because he did not over-
step the bounds of diplomacy in
his message to congress and ac-
secotid best town in Oklahoma.
Edmond, of course is the best !
• P. A. Niblack has purchased
the lot and building owned by
Mrs. D. C. Johnson and occupi-
ed by Wallace's restaurant.
Belford & Carton's building
Chandler is not going to stop 1 has been retarded by lack.of ma-
nected by a wire, and the explo-
sions were caused simultaneous
ly by electric current, the mass
of stone and dirt being thrown
up in a dark column to a height
of about 30 feet.
Cheap Honey to Loan
Plenty of cheap money to loan
at being a town. Nothing short terial but lumber has arrived 11)11 county latins.^
Of a city will satisfy us and we ' and the work will be pushed. I rat" ,,f Merest my specu
are getting there.
Chas. Pardesky, who had
second sub-contract west
cuse Spain openly of bringing Chandler, recently became
about the Maine explosion. The
president is acquainted with the
ane and was taken back to his
home in Illinois, where he has
E. W. Hoyt, Chandler, Okla.
, , i .The News has received &
vermivenient s of his nosition and "IIK<> *'iec^. '' S Stucker ha* ply of the handsomest job tvpe1 ^.,,1,,
i equirements 01 111s position aim t een app0inted special ad minis-< - ■ y
is-by his calmness has prevented trator of the'Pardesky estate
he had and will go ahead with the work
Henry Beard and Contractor
Penn came up from Shawnee
yesterday. Mr. Beard is pi
paring to begin work on his new
building. i „ ... , ....
ally with opt 1011 to pay on loan or
^UP any part thereof at or after one
Call on us at the Mascho
ever brought to Lincoln county, j building. Rash & Harvey.
We are prepared to make farm
loans at lowest rates and on easy
terms. Interest payable annu-
a precipitate war.
yielded to public clamor he would
weeks ago have plunged the
country into war for which we
were all unprepared and he
would have caused the enmity
of European nations. As it is he
has won friends for the United
States, and he is constantly act-
ing up to the needs of the occas-
ion, and all the time the country
is better prepared for war.
Before Harry B. Gilstrap,
United States Commission-
er, at Chandler. Office with
the News. Work promptly
and accurately attended to.
It is well selected and new and
the News can do your job work j
in a correct and artistic style.
CALL FOR WARD MEETING. .
A mass meeting of the voters
of the third ward in the town of
Having assumed the duties of | Chandler is hereby called to meet
deputy district clerk of the at the office of cUauron A: Davis,
court of Lincoln county, O. T. i at 4 o'clock p. 111., Saturday,
I have removed my office to the! April 2, for 1 he purpose of organ-
court house, at which place 1 in izing said ward preparatory to
vite the public to.call for all kinds the call of the city council for a
of legal Work. The taking of muss convention to nominate
final .proofs on * lands, looking officers for the coming city elec-
after rents and leasing of school tion and to elect a chairman, sec-
lands a specialty.
J. W. Daukon.
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, April 1, 1898, newspaper, April 1, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115375/m1/1/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.