The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1898 Page: 5 of 10

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Celebrate in i handler
John K. Riner it- on the sick list
this week.
D. N. Collins was over from Jitroud
True Nt'her drove over from Stroud
—f— —
I'reparations for the eeleliration are
being pushed.
Some very line blackberries are be-
ing marketed. ,
Arch Longtou, of Stroud, was in
town yesterday. '
Miss Lillie Owens was ijuite ill
the first of the week.
J. H.^Rohrer, of St. Joseph. Mo.,
was in town yesterday.
Amusements to please all, egg races,
sack races, fat man's race, bicycle
races. Pie eating contests}, cracker
eating contests, and other attractions
too numerous too mention.
Chandler's soldier buys will speud
the Fourth in Chandler.
1). F. Durums, of Humboit. Kans.,
was in town Wednesday.
Mias Grace Thompson, of Ross-
ville, is visiting in town.
Soiue heavy blasts were shot in the
south part of town this week.
H. B. uilstrap is assisting in the
grass payments at Anadarko.
1'. T. Stout was in town from his
farm near Dry Fork yesterday.
B. C. llaney and wife, of St. Louis.
Mo., were in Chandler this week.
Mr and Mrs. S. W. Provolt re-
turned from I\s Moines, Iowa. Tues-
Maj. and Mrs. Patrick leave this
week for a month's trip to Washing-
ton, D. C.
There will be some ringing oratory
and inspiring music in ^'handler on
the Fourth.
Jersey Salmon is having built a
large 7 room residence one block west
of Filtsch's hardware.
Several of the band boys have en-
listed but they will make music in
( handler next Monday .
Dr. L. A. Kelsey bought Foster's
cigar factory Wednesday and took
charge at once. The doctor is a good
business man and under his manage-
ment the factory will lie a success.
Mrs. Marv Williams, superintend-
ent of the Sac and Fox Indian schools
has been transferred to the head of
the Shawnee schools, her former 1<>-
cation. Mrs. Williams will be much
missed at the Sac and Fox Agency,
where she is justly' popular in the
schools end in society.
Culver & Co. have purchased the
entire stbek of groceries owneu bv
Harry Egbert, and will enlarge the
building and putin a larger stocky
tli; n they now have. Harry Lgbert
solu out in order i,o join the company
being raised hereto join the battal-
ion that has been allotted to Oklaho-
The following will be the line of
march of trades and industrial parade
on July 4th:
The procession will fomron Steele
avenue, between 12th and l.Jth streets,
heading south, and march east on l'3th
street to Manvel avenue; north on
Manvel to 7th street; west on 7th to
Steele avenue: south on Steele avenue
to 10th street: east on 10th street to
Manvel avenue; north on Manvel to
8th street, west on *th street to Steele
avenue and disband.
W. A. Scott returned last week
from a four or five months trip to Al-
aska. He met with an accident which
is the immediate cause ot li - return.
In coasting down a glacier iiis brake
gave way and his sled wen: I ke a
rocket down a 45 degree incline of
shining ice. They collided with a
bank of frozen snow. ,An inventory
of damages showed a demor-
alized sled and a dislocated knee.
Finding it impossible either to go or
stay on the trail he did the only
thing that remained to do. Shawnee
Pumps, wagons, buggies, and farm im-
plements. A full line of stoves, including
the celebrated Majestic steel range. We
have a good tin shop and keep everything
found in first-class hardware stores.
nrmnmnn □□□□□
Ed. Fear, a former resident of
Chandler, but now of Perry, was down
from that city yesterday.
Cheers forOewey and his fleet and
the Lincoln county volunteers will be
heard in Chandler Monday.
Think s Starve
If you pay out too much money thought-
lessly, you will soon have none left to
pay. It will be money in your pocket to
give a little thought to what we offer tit-
the right time. Cull and be convinced.
For Rent.
Nicely furnished rooms with board
if desired.—Mrs. Martin, Steele Street
by school house. -
Marriage Licence.
The following licenses ..••re issued i
b\ Probate Judge Cordell since our
last issue: .
Sam'l Currier. Perry <>. I .. to Liz-
zie Dodson, Cushing; Kbenezer M.
Fears. Weber Falls, to Eliza Cowen,
Aldington: Molestius Bray to Alary
Sperling, ( handler; A. J. Dorr to Le-
na Wt b r. Stroud.
The mason work on O. T. Dawson's :
new building is about completed and
will soon be ready for occupancy.]
Come to Chandler next Morfdaj and
celebrate Dewey day with the boys I
who are going to join Dewey in Man-
Bert McWethy's new store is being
completed and will be filled with a
bran new stock of general merchan-
Everyone should take part in the
celebration and give the volunteers a
good, hearty send-off. They leave us
on Tuesday.
Addional List of Volunteers
The following additional names
j Is the place to go to when you want to buy
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils. Glass,
Putty, Wall Paper,School Supplies, Etc.
* First Door South of Post 01 lice
■imipletes the lis
Lincoln county:
.las. McBride,
C. A. Layton.
Albert Jones.
Win. Purnell,
Dan'i F. Bryan,
K. S. Falin,
M. R. Glenn.
J. V. Webb,
of volunteers for
Harry Egbert
.Ino H. Donahue,
Geo. Dunn,
Jits. w. Hamlin.
S. E. Bartelle,
L. J. Watkins.
J as.-Robertson, i
Odie Pidcock.
6**«f***#*#**#.*#*******#** ************** ************
W. E. Merydith, Pres. ' F. 15. Hoyt, Cashier
Capital, *10,000.00.-
H. G. Straughen will lead C. E.
prayer meeting at the court house
Sunday evening at Topic, •'Hon-
oring father and mother."
The best and 'most magnificent |
trades, mechanical, and industrial,
parade ever atten |ited in Oklahoma.
Come early. It will pay you.
There'll be a big time in Chandler
on the Fourth. Hall games, races,
shooting matches, dancing, speech- I
making, and above all -patriotism.
Carton & Co. have moved their,
large stock of furniture from south !
Manvel Ave. to their new building I
south of A. D. Wright's drug store.
The Lincoln County State -Bank is
the only bank in the county which is
prepared to do ' ;stness incompliance
with the new revenue laws which take
effect July Is! I«K Call and -
Program for Monday.
The following is the program for
,Tul\ 4th. W0S. at ('handler:
Salute at sunrise.
f):00 Balaon ascension.
10:00 Tradi - display formed under the
direction of Marshal Sam < 'oralis,
led by Ashton's Cornet band.
1 leading of Declaration of Inde-
pendence. Music.
Address by Hon. Roy V. Hoff-
man. Music.
i'aloor ascension.
Music. Baloon ascension. Ad-
dress by Hon. Selvyn II. Doug-
las, of Oklahoma City. Mns'ic.
Haloon ascension. Haseball.
football, potato race, wheel
barrow race, dime race, sack
race, old time mule race, slow
■ ,tce. C rand shooting tourna-
ment. Dancing. One continual
liirl of pi. a.- ires and -;"
:30 Blast of 500 kegs of powder oh
iiool s etion adjoining town.
• •::<i L ' . • \ pensive displ:i; r,
I" r eworks.
A large arbor has been erected
on the square and plenty of
wafer will be furnished. Conn
and have a good time.
Does a Genera! Banking Business.
Special Attention Given To Collections.
- - Tr--'.T-7-o1yX'KHOLDERS.
I. T. Sims.
W. E. Merydith. F. B. Hoyt.
Chandle r-,
J. W. Feuquay,
01 -t 1 fca 1 i c;> m H
Honey to Loan on
Improved Farms.
Ten Per Cent. Stright on 3 or 5 Years' Time.
Principal, or any portion thereof, can be paid by
paying intcrost, to dat6. Monsy Dead^ when papers are
executed. .
M. H. hagan, Outline, Oklahoma

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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; ( accessed April 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History,; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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