The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1898 Page: 1 of 12
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CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 181K
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We received under protest October 11th a lot of clothing damaged
by water in transit. The Frisco agent authorizes us make .
Mfy^ES TO WR aOTlHIlMQ
Consequently wv throw this clothing on sale AT PRICES ENTAILING AN IMMENSE LOSS. Many suits are only
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED, and these comprise some of the best clothing in Oklahoma. Now is your chance to save'
many dollars in buying clothing. Come early to secure sizes and choice; they cant last, long at prices made on them.
Dennis T. Flynn, Our Next Delegate to Congress, Will Speak
at Chandler on Saturday, October 20th, sit 2:00 O'clock P. M.
QRE/1T B/IRQ/IIKr IN FURNITURE
To Be Offered for the Next 30 Days at
At John Gott's Mammoth Furniture Store
Furniture, carpets, shades, lamps, qucensware, pictures.
Look at 1 hese prices:
On Friday and Saturday. Oct. j
►21st and 22nd, L Samuels & Co.,
Shawnee's leading milliners, will
lie in Chandler, at Ashton iV
Riner's furniture store, with a)
full line of pattern hats and Won- i
nets. Everything new, stylish,
: nd strictly up-to-date. Prices
the lowest. Wait for us.
L. SAMI-eds & Co.
Notice is lierebY given that the
town board of health oi the town j
of Chandler orders that all hog,
pens, water closets, and other:
places in the town of Chandler j
which are not in proper sanitary
condition shall at once be put in
proper condition and thoroughly
disinfected. This order must be
complied with within ten days
t it >111 the date hereof. All
persons failiug to observe this
order will be prosecuted as di
reeled 1 \ J
By o 1
B. F. Hakkiman, Health <)fficer.
Some Things The News Would Like
—A city telephone -astem.
— Some more new buildings.
Broken sidewalks nu ndee..
—A 'big hotel built in Chandler.
Electric lights for Chandler.
More work done on the
^ The town better advertised
away from home.
Steps taken to secure pro
tect ion 1 rom ti re.
—The roads leading into town
put in better shape.
—The board of trade' reorgan
ized and rejuvinatcd.
—Everybody at work tor 'lie
interests of Chandler.
The "own board acre.ised
from three members to tive.
The water works put in
shape to lie of some value* to the
Joint Discu sions Between Harvey
South Fox township, Pinion
school house, Monday, October
In South Seminole township,
school house in district 92, Tues-
day, October 2oth.
In South Choctaw township,
school house in dist rict 90, Wed-
nesday, October 26th.
North Fo:-; township. school
house in district ")U, Monday,
October 81st. .
In South Keokuk township,
school house in district 05, Tues
day, November 1st.
Ponca township, school house
in district ill, Wednesday, _ No-
Pawnee township, school house
•in district 29, Thursday, Novell)
Otoe township, school house in
district 47, Fridav, November
AH meetings begin ->t 7:30 p. M.
Dates for the Joint Debates.
J. S. Newby, republican nomi-
nee for county attorney, and J.
I t. A. Robertson, free silver can-
didate for. con lit j attorney, will
meet in joint discussion of politi-
cal issues at the following places
Sue .-Mid Fox -Agency, Monday.
School house in dist get 1 • >4.
South Creek township, Tuesday,
Anvil school house, district si,
Seminole township, \\ ednesdav.
! October 26th.
Oak Grove school house, dist
rict 47, Monday, < )etober 111 st.
house, district ...., Tuesday,
Iowa township, Center school
house, district 13, Wednesday.
Cimarron township, the school
house ki district <i, Thursday,
district.'", Friday, November 4th.
Union township, at "Banner/
school house, Saturday, Novem-
ber 5th. (District 48,)
.f i ?.">
3 peiee bed room set in i/um wood, lij/bt
color, large if lass . — 11 00
Large stand tables, solid oak I 50
Small oak stand H5
1 oo I Extension table. fl feel 7'5
h large ! Drop leaf extern* on table, 0 feel 4 50
Bedstead, iiuiit color
< >;ii\ bedstead
Double eain seated chair
(>.ik roelcer cain seal ...
1 '!. roeUei wood m-:-.i
., , .<•« bed **o«jn. ^et. -
glass. ls\40, only
I have m nice line, of Indies combination book cases. IMease cull
and see my siock and get my prices before buying elsewhere.
After Oct. 10th you can find a fine lino of undertaking goods at
John Gott's Furniture Store.
Frank Dimon raised a second
crop of potatoes.
O. B. Kee came in yesterday
Several new cotton buyers are
in the Chandler market.
Always get Anderson's prices
before you buy. He sells the
Mrs. James, who lived on the
school section south of town,
died Sunday evening.
Steve Provolt has gone to
Cushing to to take a position in
the store of Carpenter & Co.
Lafe Forbes, who lives east of
Chandler, suffered the loss of his
house last Friday nigfct by fire.
Kav Humphrey's returned frotn
Guthrie the first of the week ac
companied by his wile and child.
For some reason Candidate
Hankins failed to ke-p his ap
point 111 ent to speak here last
Morton Kinsley is home on a
visit after a three years' service
in the regular army stationed at
Ft. Grant, Arizona.
Dr. Harriiiian has been appoin-
ted to serve on the board of in-
sanity and Dr. Fagainos to serve
as county physician.
TI I' ■ Fi'i<
the Vinita excursion at ('handler
today and only 150 at Stroud.
Comment is unnecessary.
The Nkws apologizes to its
readers for the scarcity of local
matter in this issue. This is due
to our having received just as we
go to press a number of legal
notices which must appear in
! this issue.
Chandler lodge Knights of
Pythias was honored by the
| grand lodge in the selection of
II. C. I!runl as grant prelate.
A full attendance is requested at
the next meeting, as the grand
; representative will .make his re-
port at that time.
The county board has ordered < •'sc;11' Lee and .J. M. Ivining-
the count v treasurer give an ton, of Shawnee, have purchased
additional qualified bond in the 0u lot adjoining the Lincoln
County State Bank on the south
and w ill at once erect a handsome
t.o-sli r\ ,iom- building. lTiM'.O
sum of *S,000.
Eugene Deacon has been ap
pointed town trustee for the
second district, to succeed 11 W.
Morrison. The appointment is
a good one.
l'eet. 'These gentlemen are
among Shawnee's best business
i e*i rirtd we are glad to have
them take an interest in our city.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1898, newspaper, October 14, 1898; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115401/m1/1/?q=%22newman%20n.%20bailey%22: accessed October 14, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.