The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1898 Page: 10 of 10
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Five new elevr
•ected at Black wt
fii-d county i.s so
only fifty five
school districts just half as
mnnv as in Lincoln countv.
Mrs Woodson, wife of Major
Woodson, of Darlington, was ser-
iously burned by thv upsetting
of m liirhted lamp last wet>k.
'J'Ih• depot lit Oklahoma City of
the St. Louis and Oklahoma City j
railroad is to be the tinest in the
territory. It is to be ot red
A Mr. Gum is running foi as pressed unc^,
Captain Capron, who was kill-
ed in Cuba last week, was the re
eruiting officer who mustered in
the Oklahoma and Indian terri-
The Indian children at the
Pawnee school have raised
! IK) which they will send to the
|y more Rough Wider- ■ ir«
wanted from Oklahoma
sessor 0/ Cleveland c.ount y
Blaine countv republican con-
vention will be held Aug 20.
Mam- families are immigrat
ing to Oklahoma from Colorado.
A Taloga «_r«-
heiid of cattlo
man lost six
|y. | Red Cross society tor the use ot
A Pawnee soldier boy i' camp our army in ( uba.
Ml Chickamauga, hps beca
\ chair of mechanic rts will
be created at the A and M.
The farmers along the ilock
Island are all building private
Judge Robberts, of Kingfisher,
will probably succeed Judge Mc-
Afee. of Enid.
Another democratic newspa-
per is to oe born and buried in
The Arapahoe Bee is still busy
proving tnat Custer county is
not in the arid belt.
Two women in Cleveland coun-
Hot weather is getting in its
work to such an extent that colic,
cholera, and diarrhoea remedies
are the most conspicuous read-
ing matter in many papers.
Perry Sentinel: Jim Shockey,
son of Marshal Shockey, of this
city, was bitten by a stingaree
while bathing in the surf at Tam-
pa and will be discharged on that
account. Jim was one of the
The son of a Grant county
woman, held for murdering her
husband, rushed to the News
editor last week and requested
a correction of the statement
that his mother had had six hus-
bands. She hpd had only five.
Men's Full 0 oz Blue Denim Overalls, 45 cents.
Men's Full Length Suspenders, good grade, 15 cents
Men's Work Shirts, for 2" cents.
Men's Rock ford Socks, for 5 cents.
Prints, Fast Colors, 4 cents.
Table Oil Cloth, 15 cents. •
Ladies' Slippers, as Low as 5<> cents.
Men's First Class Jeans Pants, for $1.00.
A Big Line of Summer Dress Goods
at Cost and Carriage* * -jt c*
Just Received, a New Stock of Cloth-
ing* Prices from $3*00 a suit Up*
ly were recently arrested for as-
saulting and beating a man.
Mrs. Ida McKeand, postmis-
tress at Lexington, has sued for
a divorce from her husband.
Chickasha has a Sorosis club
and the same lines as the famous
prototype in Now ork ' ity.
The 1\. P. column in the Pur- ;
cell Register is devoted to the
grand domain of the Indian terr-
Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
vie AND CLOTHING * * *
As i heap as you can buy them at any railroad town in
the territory, and have one of the largest stocks
in the county. See us before buying.
II INC HEY & RATL1FF,
First Block North of
Public Square. J*
Chandler, O. T\
Lots of prosper >u-
people are jroinsi' to Colorado
spend the hot days of Juh
The lightning rod man '.a
his day in Kay county. He is
being advertised literally to &
The war has not rni>" 1 the
price on spring chickens nut if
these volunteers don't, get awa"
soon there will be a rise.
An Ardmore girl ^ays s.ie has
four sweethearts at the fr uit
and is about to issue a t'['th call
Dewey G >till in.■ he lead for a
name for Oklahoma boy oabies.
Hobson is just as much admired
but it is not as pretty a name.
Prof. A. C. Scott Vctureri a
the Winfield Chatauo aa 1 i.-t
week, which prevented his pre-
siding at the league convent on.
The old veteran with a Cuban
leg and a Phillipine Manilla
mainbrace to his back bone, w
return and see a 90 day hero
made governor and a grateful
;."ople feel that such an appoint-
ment rewards the whole army,
just as the veterans of the last
war ii.served it.—-McMaster.
Folio1, iiig is a list of the gover-
nor"-- stall' officers: Quarter-
1 <: uthiie.
In] ec" <'enerai- .las. A.
1 Wheeler of Oklahoma City.
Conii;:issary General Paul
Jundt, ot Guthrie.
.Judge Advocate M. J.
Xi iiae'e • '"uthri0.
Having a very large stock of summer and spring
dress goods, we have decided to make a Special Sale
of "the entire lot, giving everyone a chance to
Buy a dress for the 4th of July at cost.
We also have the largest line of clothing, shoes, and
slipper- in the city which we are making low prices
on. Evervone should see our line before buying.
Ooid ledai, Midwinter Fair.
Delia Wallace, of Lexington,
attempted suicide by drinking
face wash containing corrosive
sublimate. All on account of
-11 pieces Scotch Lappets, 15c, going at 10c.
SO picces Jaconnette D Alsace, 1- l-2c, going at inc.
30 pieces Lace Organda, 1- l-2c, going at inc.
05 piece - Lace Grenadine, 12 l-2c, going at 8 l-3c.
10 niea- Mechlin's Lace Effect, 12 l-2c'going at 8 l-3c.
20 pieces Cardonett, 7 l-2c, going at 6 l-4c.
1 lot Calico Dress Patterns, <>c. going at 4 l-2c.
. 'ot Imported Feather Fans,
1 lot Imported Feather Fans, -
going at 75c.
going at 5<>c.
An Okarche girl got .1 the
way of v binder the oti jr .ay.
She if.' k 1 the Spaniar ,s did
after a 1 atta- v from t'.. 1 .h
A Pure Qrape Cream ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
-sortment. A line
uaso.s and umbrellas, a fine
line of laces and embroidery > at prices lower
th' n ever made before. Kibbons, notions
etc. Ladies shirt waists. 25. 35, and 45
Ladies' slippers, 49 cents,
57 cents, and *1.00
o'a; tend thi>
!,(" _et first choice and
5ave from 25 to 50 per cent.
NEW T0RK STORE
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1898, newspaper, July 1, 1898; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115388/m1/10/: accessed April 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.