The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1899 Page: 5 of 10
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HiR CHANDLER NEWS, FUI DAY, OCTOBER 27.
^ F. A. Morrand returned home
Friday from El Reno, where lie
attended us a delegate last
Wednesday and Thursday the
An ti - Horsethief Association.
-50 delegates were present, who
represented about IMO men.
The official reports of this as-
sociation showed that some #75,-
000 worth of property was re-
covered, 2~> men sent to the peni-
tentiary and a number of others
fined and imprisoned during the
past year. Mr. Kirkwood, of
t 'sage City, was elected presi-
dent and Mr. Mdrrand of this
place -was made vice-president
of the grand lodge for the en-
suing year. This' association
piobably accomplishes more
good for the territory than any
other in existence and.the loyal
citizens are asked to investigate
the order. Stroud Messenger.
Mr. Rush Honored.
V\e neglected to mention the
fact that I. W. Rush, the post-
mast or at Stroud and one of
Lincoln county's prominent citi
zens, became deparment coin
rnander of the Oklahoma G A.R.
by reiso i of the dea h ofCapi.
Ha>sler, Mr. Rush having been
• lected to the office ol'senior vice
cominander at the lasi encamp-
ment. Now Mr. Rush has been
1 urther honored by oeingchosen
grand master of i ho O.ilahoma I.*
(> O. 1'. Mr. Rush lias good ex-
ecutive ability and is an excell-
enl presiding officer and will till
b itli of these positions withered
it to hi mself and the county. VVi
A L. Ealkenstein and W. H.
Hawkins will sella large amount
of stock and farm implements at
auction November 1. at 10 a. m.,
2 miles east and 1 mile north o!
Chandler. J. T. Harper is the
auctioneer, and the usual terms
of ci edit will be extended.
Will Run an Excursion.
D. N. Frazier left last Satur-
day for- Southern Illinois to
uoik up a homeseekers' excur-
sion to Chandler. He will re-
turn about, the first of Novem
ber, and he expects to locate a
lot of people in Lincoln countv
Our Own French.
I lie populist tub has sprung a
leak and the fact has oozed out
that Editor French, of the
Chandler Publicist, is trying to
get hold of lhe*draw strings of
the congressional nomination.—
^ alls l)oi n's.
L. H. Wray and .J, M. Clark are
erecting a frame store building
opposite the public square a|ici
adjoining*the Kelsey building-.
Or. H. C. Liird, who has been
in Chandler foiitwo weeks past,
is at Wellston this week. The
doctor employs the regular ad-
vertising met bods of the itiner-
ant medic-vaudeville, but is do-1
cidediy more clever than the av-
erage, and he and his pretty
wife made i he in.selves quite fav-1
or.tes while here. He enjoyed a
good patronage here, and will be
ivmein-bered by Chandler peo-
ple as a traveling physician who
was a gentleman at all times, paid i
his bills promptly, performed'!
his promises to the letter, and
proved himself a credit to an of-
tentimes maligned profession.
F. M. Ratlilf, town trustoefrom
llie first dist rict, and Eugene Dea
con, trustee from the second dis-
trict. Loth resigned last week,
and T. J. Hinchey and D. Wr.
Ula n, respectively, were chosen
t i till the vacancies. The sec-
tions are good ones.
Airs. H. Adams, who lias been
visiting her bro ber, S Shandy,
of Chandler, has ivtui ne I to liei',
home at Pnelps C ly, Mo. She I
is well pleased 'wi h Lincoln j
county and may return and < cato
^ bite's Cream Vermifuge is a
highly valuable preparation, ca-
pable, from the promptitude of
its action, of clearing i lie system '
iu a few hours of every worm. '
Price 25c. A I) Wriirlft.
Postmaster Keck has added!
some labor savi ig devices to Ins 1
post office fix tu res. M r. Keck is j
constantly planning to give the
best service possible to his pat-
rons. -Carney Enterprise.
• For driving out dull, bilious
feeling, strengthening the appe-
tite and increasing the capacity
of the body for work, Prickly
Ash Bitters is a golden remedy.
Sol'd by A. D. Wright.
The Bap'ist people are start-
ing an incorporation to build
themselves a church about five,
miles northwest of here.—Car-'
Money in Cotton.
Geo. Lewis who lives on the
Deep Fork southeast of Chan
dler, rented a part of his farm
this year and it was planted to
cotton. He was at no expense
whatever, and his cotton land
netted him #15 per acre.
Ladies, show this to your hus-
bands and tell them the New
i York Store is selling tine fall
i dresses so cheap that you must
j have one.
| M. A. Black, of Beulah, Kas.,
has been visiting the past week
with his son, T. C. Black, manag-
| er of the Long-Bell lumberyard.
! H'"- I''- W.'Buck was called to
Wagoner last Sunday on pro-
I fessional business. He
i absent a bout t h roe weeks.
Everybody says the Boston
Store is the best place in town to
trade. What every*body says
111 ust be so.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Patrick) Wagoner left for his old
returned from their northern in Illinois Wednesday in
trip last Sunday and visited i ''esl)0lis« to a telegram.
their daughter, Mrs H B Gil-! u < ,
strap, until Tuesday. ! Store H 6 Hoston
In the Newest Fashion,
In the Best Material,
At the Lowest Price.
50 pieces of ;}ti-inch all
woolen "Novelty ' dress
goods, sold all over for
50c per yard,
Uur price. i/J
500 yards of "Novelty"
<!I'oss goods, double fold,
usually sold at 25e per
y a rd, • Hfji
Our price, ■ ! L'l
200 yards of silk in all
colors, tlie same as our
competitors sell lor j()o
Our price, (l
.wen s Mills,
Men s all wool plain black
clay and fancy worsted
suits, grade f*. a
2(5 yards of good out -(J*
HO yards of good un p -j
bleached muslin for vM
• >.'i yds cotton checks, (M
round thread y I
2h yards of cotton Ol
flannel for . 0 I
• it) yds good fast col fl <|
or calico for Q |
I dozen ladies Iio-,i> in
black or tan,
per dozen, r
Men's heavy work 01.5i
ing shirts, s2 kind, $ I
Ladies shoes in all styl
and sizes, formerly fM
' sold fors2, yours at v) |
Ladies' iftiion suits, in all
sizes, sold for 50c, nn
< >11 r price, ,/j
Men's heavy, derby rib
bed fleece lined under-
wear sold all over for si
per suit, • "> -
Our price, i/J
We are so crowdoi
we must reduce our stock
at 25c on the dollar.
Every hat marked in
A. Jacobs & Co., Props.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1899, newspaper, October 27, 1899; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115439/m1/5/: accessed April 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.