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

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LOCAL ITEMS.
D. B. Burke, who has been visiting
j at Dr. Wolcott's, for the past week,
| returned to Emporia, Kansas, Tues-
d av.
Come to Chandler Monday.
For farm loans see W. C. Hoover.
T. H. Blakemore went to Wellston
Monday.
I Yes we've not em. Spring heel
hand turned shoes on the latest last.
Come in and see them at the A No. 1
store.
Wm. Biggs, of Tryon, was in town
Monday.
('. H. Cannon was in from Parkland
Saturday.
Spend the 4th of July in Chandler
this year.
.). F. Branson was in from Arling-
ton Saturday.
The Ilev. Hill, formerly pastor of
the «iuthrie M. K. church, tilled the
pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday
mot-nine.
Miss Morson Payne arrived home
from Garden City, Kansas, Saturday
night where she has been visiting for
some time.
We are still at the same old place:
come in and see some of our glass and
queensware. ( ,'heaper than ever at
the A No. 1 store.
For best rates on farm loans see
D. N. Frazier.
.1. W. ('Loud, of Stroud, 'was in
town Saturday.
J>\>r a nici' crash suit, call on Don-
oghue, the tailor.
M. B. Duffield, of Sapulpa, spent
Sunday in the city.
C. E. Heebie, of Oklahoma < ity,
was in town Sunday.
[5-37 to 7-1]
Notice for Publication.
Land Offlce at Oklahoma City, O. T.,
May 20, 18lts.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
nnmed settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his eiann, and
that said proof will be made before Harry IJ
Gilstrap, I* S. Commissioner, at Chandler. O.
T„ on July 12. 1SUH, viz:
WILLIAM N. EDMONDS,
for the northeast '4 of seetion s, township 12.
north ranne ti east I. M.
Hi' names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land, viz:
Abiga H. King of Arlington, O.l
James H. Kdmonds,
James H. Hughes.
Benett T. Leangly.
Seymour S Prick, Register.
(5-27 to 7-1)
Notice for Publication.
Land Ofllce at Oklahoma City, O. T
May 24. 18US.
Notice Is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the clerk
of the district court, at Chandler. O. T., on
July 15, 180S, viz:
DEMCY LEWIS,
for the northwest 1-4 of section 1'J township 12
north, ol rauge 4 east 1. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land, viz:
William Wallace. John W. Stone. Thomas
11 Mnyhall, and Julian L. Meeker, till of Clif-
ton, O. T.
Skymouk S. Phicr, Kegister.
When old Sol shines on your back
and makes your winter ulothes a bur-
den to you, discard them for one of
Donoghue's crash suits.
Married,.at the Barker .House, J.
W. Duffy, of Arlington, to Miss Km-
ma*A. Connell, ot Parkland. Hev.
C. Barker officiating.
,1. B. Underwood made the News
office a call Saturday.
Attorney John Embry went to Guth-
rie Monday morning. #
For a genuine Seth Thomas clock,
'see Kent at the postofflce.
Wanted Your application for farm
loans. See W. C. Hoover.
Presiding Elder Palmer peached at
the M. E. church Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Briggs, of Sat
and Pox, were in town Monday.
Frazier and Rittenhousj write lire,
lightning, and tornado insurance.
W. L. Overholser, ' of Oklahoma
City, was in town Monday and Tues-
day.
Jerry McCarty made tinal proof last
week before U. S. Commissioner D. N.
Frazier.
.1. M. Achinson and A. W. ( l'it-
wood, of Sapulpa, were in town over
Sunday.
Ed Galyen, brother of Dr. H. II.
Galyeu oi' this city, was tier • 011 a vim:
last week.
Squire • Reagen, J. A. McLauelin,
and .left' Grimes wore in from Arling-
ton Saturday.
There is blackberries to can and |
you can buy self sealing cans of Feu-
quay & Holland.
B. F. Johnston, of the Sapulpa Ex-
tension Co., was in town the latter
part of last week.
Hobt. Gamble, who was employed on
the Publicist for awhile, went to
Guthrie Saturday morning.
Geo. Castellar, one of Pawnee
township's leading republicans, \va<
in the county seat Saturday.
You car buy slippers, style' and
price to suit yourself from ">0e up to
*3.00 of Feuquay «.v Holland.
A brother of Lon Poling < nine all
the way from Ohio to enlist in the bat-
talion which was organi/ed this week.
Asst. Chief Civil Engineer Bond, of
the St. L. & O. C. R. R., was in town
Saturday paying off the surveying
corps stationed at this place.
F 'uquay iV Holland carry the cele-
brated North Star and Sun Flower
line of shoes. Buy them and try
thein and you will use no others.
Mis. J. C. Fletcher and Miss Zoe
returned from a visit to Kansas b'st
week. They were aecompained by
Miss Hattie Briggs, of Osealoosa,
Iowa, who will make a several weeks'
visit here.
(«-17 to 7-22)
Notice for Publication.
Land office at oklahoma City, o. T..
May SO 1H s.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the 1 -erk
of the District court at Chandler, on August 1<
1898, viz:
ELIZABETH MCFARLAND,
for.the s w 1-4 of sec. 1H twp 13. 11 range 4 east
I. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land viz: .,
Benjamin F. Ambler, William Ivelli'.v, David
Day Joseph Diamond. All of Chandler. o T.,
Seymour S Prick, Register.
Those wishing to make final proof
of land are invited to call upon .1. W.
Dauron, deputy clerk in the district
court. He is giving special attention
to this matter. Office upstairs in
court house, Chandler, O. T.
Guy McClure, of Oklahoma City,
and cine of the railroad surveyor?
stationed at Wellston, was in the city
Sunday and Monday. He expects to
accompany the battalion, now bein;
formed in the territory, to the front.
Quite a pleasant party was given by
Miss Josef a Wolcott, last Monday
night, and a very pleasant evening's
entertainment was endulged in, and
when the goodnight* were being- said
all 110 doubt wished she would give
another soon.
Hake Final Proof.
Having a-sumed the duties of depu-
te district clerk of the court of Linc-
oln county, O. T.'l have removed my
office to the court house, which place
I invite the public to call for all kind?
of legal work. Taking of linal proof
on lands, looking after rents and
leasing of school lands a specialty.
J. W. Dauron.
6-24 to 7-29
Notice for Publication.
Land Ottice at Oklahoma City. Okla.
June -1st, 1HW8.
Notice Is liereoy given that the following
named settler lias tiled notice of his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will he made before D. X. Fra-
zier. U S commissioner, at Chandler, Okla., on
August 10th, ItisM, viz:
WM. DOTY,
fin* the south-east '4 of section 20, township 13
north, range 5 east M
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land:
Daniel Smith. Frank .Smith. S. A. Doty, and
L. Stinnett, of Anvil, Oklahoma.
Skymouk S. Pricb, Register
Published from 6-3 to 7 -8.
Notice for Publication.
Land Otllce at Guthrie, Okla. Ter.
May 31st, 1888.
Notice Is hereby given that the following- #
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Harry H.
(lilslrap. U. S. Commissioner, at Chandler, on
Julv . 18H8 viz;.
ISAAC N. HALL,
of Ida. Oklahoma, for the lots :l. 1, and east
half southwest quarter section 18, in township
In. north, of range 4, east.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land, viz:
Charles M.Hurlbut, of Chandler. Okla.
Charles F. Harper, of Chandler, Okla.
Levi Kellar, of Ida, okla.
f ieorge Anderson, of Chandler, Okla.
John J. Hoi.es Register.
(H-17 to 7-22)
Notice for Publication.
Land office at oklahoma City. 0. T..
June 7. 1898.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before clerk of
the district court at Chandler, O. T., on August
1H 1898, viz:
VENZL LUDAll,
for the s w 14 of sec. 10, twp. 12 11. range 5 east
J. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land, viz:
Reuben W. opiinger. of Belmont, O. T..
Edgar Funk, of Chandler o. T.,
Joseph Vililcus, of Bi'l nont, o. T.
Frank Vilikus. of Belmont. ". T.
Seymour S. Prick, Register.
Rev. .lottos, of the Presbyterian
church of Clifton, preached at the
Presbyterian church last Sunday
niirht.
Wm. Rust, of Tecumseh, superin-
tendent of th< Oklahoma City and
Chandler Telephone ( <>., was in town
this week.
• ' T
J. B. A. Robertson was over from
Stroud Saturday and signed his name
to the role for volunteers which are
beintr organ / I.
D. R. Ow s closing out at cost
his large s. ><• of shoes, hats and
,,ants for c 1 TI 1 e goods are new
and bargain ; e offered.
Stand Privileges.
Stand privileges for the 4th of July
will be let by the und' rsigned cominit-
te ■ 011 application " p - t" and com-
plying with tit. following terms, towit:
For one stand of any kind, frj.UO.
One-half in advance, balance at noon
.1 niy 4th. Is v Tif privil"_r<• for
dancing platform will be let to the
hi -t and '1 si : ■!'.
b. !\ hakl(castle,
1'. A. McWt-.thy, Com.
From the Interior Department.
The following letter has been re-
ceived b\ <'. H. Cannon, of Park-
land? and will dou'otless prove of in-
terest to claim-holders.
May 18th, 1898,
c. H. Cannon. Parkland O. T.
Km: 1 am in receipt of your letter of
May 1S!>8 in which you ask when
the time for making final proof and
payments on lands in the former Sac
and Pox Indian reservation entered in
September 1!M, will expire.
In reply you are advised that the
period originally limited by Sec. 2281
R. S.. as seven years, counting from
the dav ot ■ mry. wits extended one
year by the act of July 27, 1*94 1 28
Stat., !2:i. 1 and by tin.' acts of June in,
lSitti (20 S'at.. :$42) and .Tuly 7. 1897,
(,'!( Stilt., -7. j it was still further ex-
tended foi one year.
Very respectfully,
F. W. MONDELL, Asst. Com.
(0-24 to 7-29)
Notice for Publication.
Land Oftiee at Oklahoma City, O. T.
June 1-11898.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of iiis Intention
mi make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be ms'.de before the clerk
ot the District Court at Chandler, 011 August
ti 1898, viz:
JOHN H. HEBBITT
for the south ' of south-east '1 section
township 12, north, range ti, east
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land, viz.
•lames j. 1 Clark, Robert Hunter. John
Underwood. Daniel Kensay. oil ot 1 liiild, <) I\
Skymouk S. l'ltli'K, Register.
[5-27 to 7-1]
Notice for Publication.
Land Ollicc at Oklahoma City, Okla.
May 21st. 1898.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Harry H
Oilstrap. I*. s. commissioner, at Chandler, O.
T„ on July 8. I8 8, viz.
CHAS. FOUST,
for the east 1 i, southeast 1-4 section 28 town-
ship 12, north, range f> east I. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
Albert W. Lewis, of Bellemont, Okla.
r. W. Lewis,
J. F Godfrey,
Walter Combs,
skymouk s. Prick, Register.
[5-27 to 7-1]
Notice for Publication.
Land OIB00 at Oklahoma City. O. T.
May 21 th. 1898.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of "his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Harry li.
(Gilstrap. I*. S. commissioner, at Chandler, (>
T., on July 8. Is98, viz:
COLUMBIA W. LEWIS,
for the northwest 1 I section 21, township 12.
north, range 5 east 1. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
Albert W. Lewis, of Bellemont, Okla.
Chas. Foust,
J. F. Godfrey,
Walter Combs,
Skymouk S. Prick, Register.
(6-2-1 to 7-29)
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Oklahoma City, O. T.
June id. 1sii8.
J?otice is hereby given that the following
named settler ha- hied notice of his intention
: to make tinal proof in support of his claim and
1 that said proof will be made before the < lerk
of the District Court at Chandler, on Aug. ti.
ls'.ts, viz:
JOSEPH COLTIIAKP
! for the east >„ of the south-east "4 of section (!,
township 13, north of range 5. east.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residenee upon and cultivation
of. said land, viz:
John Coltharp, David It. ('antes. I.on Ua/.en. f
' John A. Handles , all of 1 'handler, O. T.
Sbymour 8. Pricb, Register
Vi PISO
WBaSEDKX
, CURES WHERE All. ELSE 1AILS.
Best Syrup. Tum i (lood. I
in time. !«! by «1 r ruuists.
mssssi
Published (l-:i to 7-t 98
Sheriff's Sale.
Territory of Oklahoma, Lincoln county, ss.
J. N. Manning. Plaintiff,
vs
Jerry Lear. Mary Lear,
and Mary J.Silver.
Defendants. I
Notice is hereby given, that, by virtue of an
order of sale, to me directed and delivered,
and now in my hands, issued out of the clerk s
otllce of the district court, territory of Okla
homa, in and for the county of Lincoln, upon
a judgment and decree rendered in said court
in favor of the plaintiff, J. II Manning, and
against the defendants, Jerry Lear. Marv
I.,Ml- and .Mar: .1. Silver by .Mi eh judgment
and decree the plaintiff's mortgage was order-
ed and adju lged foreclosed and tic following
dese ri bed'proper t y was charged with ^pay-
ment of the amount of said judgment and in
iciest and the cost- of said action and the
costs of sale of said properly, tow it:
All of the north half |HI of the northwest
Quarter : >4j (,f suction thirty-t wo [321, in town-
ship fifteen 11"'], north of range two [2J east,
containing eighty [801 acres, according to the
government survey thereof, in Lincoln county,
Oklahoma territory.
I shall, on Tuesday the nth day of July, A
D lsws. at the hour of t .vo o'clock, p. m.. ot
said day, at the east door of the district court
house. M the A ,1 of Chandler in said county
and territory, proceed o sell the right, title,
and interest' of lite above named defendants in
and in tl,e above described property, to satis
f\ said judgment amounting to $211.80 and the
costs oi said action, in the sum of $12.no to-
gether with all accruing costs of sale and in-
-rest on tin -aid jud: uent from the date
thereof, namely. November 10. 18W7. at the
rate of 7 per cent, per annum, at public auot-
■ , in • , ■ *
: i u > m : t y
(Hiluhoma Territory.
C, 'i Holt NOR Pltf's Attys.
Dated at Chandler, O. T.. this 30th day of
Mai \. I). 1SSI8.
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