The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1900 Page: 3 of 10
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THE CHANDLER NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1900.
I am about to supply "a long-
felt want," as editors say when
starting a paper in a new town
"out west"of fifteen inhabitants.
The want I am going to supply
is your readers with some good
reading mat ter.... Last week I
made a trip southwest and was
much gratified to see the im-
provements made by the farmers.
Mr. Picket has a line eight-room
house with evergreens in front
and flowers in the bay-windows.
A little further was John Dur's
place with equally as fine sur-
roundings. I regret that I don't
know the names of other persons
who have tine improvements....
In many places cotton bales were
piled up. At one place I counted
four bales, and in lhe lields and
barn yards were fine stock—fat
horses and good blooded cattle
hogs. East of here Brown's mill,
improved farm with a neat house
and well-kept farm, stocked with
cattle, sheep and hogs, bespeaks
the man of thrift and energy.
Next are the Parness brothers
with their great herd ol' horses,
to the south is Mr. Mayett in his
big white house, and his heart, |
though not so large as his house, ;
is large enough to make all visit-!
ors welcome. His hearthstone |
is very wide and his latch-string !
is ahvays out. Next on the same
road is Keller George, with his
new wife and newer baby .... liy
the way, Mrs. Picket has lately
presented Picket with anew boy.
1 was there \he other day and
was introduced to the stranger.
I advised them to name him Mc-
Kinley, but am afraid they won't
do it, but might weight the boy
down with some demo-pop name;
too bad, isn't it? J. L S.
Work has begun and is pro-
gressing nicely on Friendship
church.. . .Rev. Farrar has pur-
chased a farm south of Carney
and will move soon.... Mrs. Har-
ris, teacher at Grand Center,
dismissed school last Friday to
.attend the Rag Bee.. . .Mrs. Wil-
liams' sister, of Kansas, who has
been visiting the past few weeks,
started for home last Monday...
Mr. and Mrs. Bleal and Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Sanders paid Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Seamen, who reside
south of Mitchell, a visit last
Sunday .... Mesdames Farrar,
Naylor, and Jerjuson gave Mrs.
G. H. Crume a day's quilting one
day last week .... Albert Hunt
and family have returned from
Kansas, where had been on a
visit... .A mad dog is reported
to have passed through the coun-
try near Wise's gin last week,
creating quite a little excitement
.... Mrs. Paul Carpenter gave a
* Rag Bee to her lady friends Fri-
day,,Jan. 12. A large number
attended. W. H. C.
Est ray Notice.
Notice is hereby ^iven that W. M. Elliott,
whose postoftice address is Mills. OUl;i., and
resides on the northeast quarter section 21.
township 13, ran^e 4 east, did on the 27tliday
of December, 1899, take up as estrays the fol-
lowing described animals, viz:
One dark bay horse pony about 14 hands
high, about 6 years old, branded on left hip and
shoulder with indistinct brands, one glass eye.
One bay horse pony about 10 years old, about
II hands high, indistinct brand on left shoul-
der. one letter of which appears to be S;both
are roached and had short ropes on when
taken up, and posted the same before me this
15th day of January, 1900.
J. 13. Underwood,
THE only sale in Chandler where simon-pure bargains are given in^
every purchase is our overshadowing REMOVAL SALE, which towers
above*any event of the kind in Chandler even is the century oak
dwarfs the srpling of last spring. Among competitors the people are
"looking"—they come here to buy—which shows their sound judgment,
and when we move into our new premises, THE CLAPP BUILDING, coi not
corner Eleventh and Manvel avenue, they will discriminate and go with
us just the same In money-saving sales we are, in football parlance, the
"rushers," and for the next 30 days we propose to rush out a cataract of
bargains which will demoralize competition and justify our claim that m
the annals of retail dry goods our only removal sale stands unique.
The Star 3tore Will Remove to the Clapp Building,
Corner nth and Manvel avenue.
Dress Goods Removal.
15 pieces of 3fi-in. two-toned novel-
ties, colors blue and black, red,
brown and black. Equal to any
50c values, sale price, per yard... .
10 pieces of novelty-d ress goods in
plain colors, weil* worth 2dc per
yard, for 30 days only, per yd
500 yards of calico, usually sold for
5c, removal sale price, per yd ... v
1000 yds of cotton checks, such as
our competitors sell for 5c, remov-
al price, per yd .*
Heavy mattress ticking, usually sold
for 10c, removal sale price, per yd.
600 yards of heavy outing flannel,
such as our competitors sell for
7^ and 8^c, removal sale price
1 lot of ladies' underskirts, black or
fancy, with dust ruflle, cheap at
$1.50, removal sale price
1 lot of Ladies' all woolen Hose, usu-
ally sold for 30c a pair, removal
Men's tine shoes, in lace and con-
gress, sold all over for $2.00, re-
Ladies' tine vici kid shoes, in lace or
buttons, sold elsewhere for $2,
our removal price
Men's Clothing Sale.
1 lot of men's all woolen suits, in
round or square cut sold by our
competitors for $9.50, our removal
lot of men's working suits, usually
sold for *6, our price
Jackets at Cost.
1 lot of Ladies' tine Jackets, prices
ranging from $3.50 to $1.50,*will
close tliern out for the next thirty
Men's all woolen undersuits, sold
all over for $2.50, placed on the
front of our bargain counter, per
Closing Out Comforts.
5 dozen large size comforts, sold
all over for $1, removal sale price.
REHEMBER, this sale will only last thirty
days, while we remain in our present loca-
tion, taree. doors north of postoffice. We
will remove to the largest and handsomest
store in Lincoln county.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1900, newspaper, January 19, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115450/m1/3/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.