The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1900 Page: 4 of 10
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THE CHANDLER NEWS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 10, 1900.
HARRY B. QILSTRA . Editor.
THE CHANDLER NEWS ignorance or inexperience The
suggestion of tbe Purcell Regis
t«*r. that an inter-territorial con-
vention be held to consider
questions of common interest, is,
a ir,xxJ one a?u| we hope it will be
? Editorial Comment. = acted upon 9
Board of Agriculture Needed.
The Proper Course. T:;e next Oklahoma legislature
Indian territory* papers are shoulu provide for the organiza-
not so persists nt and unreason*- *i°n a:*d maintenance of a state
ble now in their opposition to ard of agriculture—an organi-
single statehood as they were a nation similar to the one which
few months ag w They "have j has done so much for-the farm-
studied the course pursued by ers °f Kansas It is true we
congress enough to understand have an agricultural experiment
that in arranging for any legisla- station, and a very good one. too.
tion relating to the government field of usefulness is lim-
of the territory, and more par-1 more to the scientific and
ticuiaily in regard to statehood, the experimental than to the sta-
congress is going to do what tistical and practicaL We need
seems best to its members 411 organization to collect facts
rather than what may be sug- aQd figures from the experience
gested by residents of the terri-r of practical farmers and fruit-
tory. They lear/i from the pub- growers; to study the varying
lished interviews with senators jconditi ns in different parts of
and congressmen that there is Oklahoma and adapt to each the
probably no one in the senate methods tha: will produce the
and very few in the house who j hest results: to compile and place
have ever seriously thought of before Oklahoma farmers susr-
giving separate state govern-: -e^tions that wi,l add to their
ments to Oklahoma and the In- progts and promote the develop-
dian territory. Ii is easy to ment of the territory. Such a
understand that if the powers board would not conflict wilh the
that be have decreed that O^ia- experiment station, but would
homa and the Indian territory supplement its work add co-
shali be formed into one state, operate with it The ast legis-
the people of both territories lature considered a very satis-
wili have to submit to that plan, factory plan for organizing such.
The sensible thing, then, is for a hoard, but the bill failed to
the people in both territories to pass. The agricultural and hor-
act with this fact in view and to ticultural societies and the poul-
work to bring about a harmoni- try a°d swine-breeders' associa-
ous and advantageous union* tions will aid in making the work
Neither should take advantage of °f such a board effective, and its
the other, and neither should be work, under proper direction
imposed upon. The effort of wil1 redound to the material ad-
certain Oklahoma politicians to vancement of not only the avoca-
organize a state with the present tion directly to be instructed,
boundaries of Oklahoma end then but indirectly will be a help to
take in the B. I. T by the "be every line of business in the
nevolent assimilation" plan is territory.
Dr. Hall to Lecture.
Dr. George F. Hall, the most
eloquent and instructive speaker
who ever stood before a Chan-
dler audience, will speak here
again in the near future. An-
nouncement of topic and time
will be made later. Dr. Hall
will, without doubt, draw a full
house, for all who heard him be-
fore will go again and advise
their friends to do likewise.
IS. A. McElHINNEY,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office at Dr. Ellis' Drugstore.
Chandler, ... Oklahoma
J. L. BENEDICT, M. D.
Office on Manvel Avenue First
j door South of Ellis' Drug store.
Day and night calls promptly at-
tended. Sleeps at Office.
j Chandler, ... Oklahoma
A few days since a Salvation " ~
Army artist wroteon a bill board: DRS. MARSHALL 6c ALLEE,
"W hat shall I do to be. saved? ' i Physicians and Surgeons.
A patent medicine man came! " •
along the next day and wrote un- i Office over City Drug Store,
derneath.-Take 'Carter's little <:handler, . . oklahoma
nver pills. The Salvation Ar-
my man noticed the sacrilegious p kIRKPATRICK, M. D.,
work of the medicine man and
printed beloww: "And prepare
to meet thy Go3." The Salva-
tion Army has been playing its
band on the corner ever since.
Physician and Surgeon.
Calls attended promptly. < 'fflce on Manvel
avenue, opposite Mascho bldij. Residence
on Fourth St.. bet. Manvel and Allison.
Chandler, ... Oklahoma
The first semi-annual appor- i DRS. KELSEY & HILBORN,
tion. which was held up by an in- Dental Parlors
junction against the Territorial
\ ? • r? i ♦ /-v . i _.. :4i . _ Upstairs, first door north of Post-
AUQi . . W together W itll thG office, in the new Colburn building,
county fund, apportioned in De- office hours. 9toi2a.m: i too p.m.
cember. making a total of 321 Chandler, - - # - Oklahoma
cents per capita. There will be
another apportionment about the HOFFMAN & EMBRY,
first of Feh- Attorneys-at-Law
The more we read exchanges wm practice in ally of thg Courts of territory.
the greater grows our admiration | office in Huffman Block,
for that phi.''sopher who defined !„, ,, * . .
'intuition" as-that faculty which ( hanJkr' ' ' ' Q"ah ma,
enables us to distinguish between poctfr
a news paragraph and a fake rXJolEK,
medicine ad. without reading it Attorney-at-Law
half through." j Will practice in all Courts of Okla.
Chandler school report for the Offioe in Hoffman block-
3d month ending Dec. 2'2, 1899, Chandler. - -, - Oklahoma
__ Whole number enrolled,
4"3: number present belonging, F. W. RASH,
3 V': average daily attendance,270;
number neither absent nor
tardy, 53.—L A. Ferrel, Prin.
Fame usually comes to those
who'are thinking about some-
thing else.—very rarely to those i
who say to themselves, "Goto,!
now. let us be a celebrated indi-1
vidual!"—The Autocrat of the
Office in the Mascho bldg.
Chandlty, •- Oklahoma
AUSTIN J. RITTENHOUSE,
Office over Postoffice.
t handler, - m - - Oklahoma
S. D. Deck KB
The efforts of Indian
territory politicians to maintain
an unreasonable opposition to
Oklahoma and single statehood
is not wise. The two territories
should unite and work together
for common interests. Oslaho-
Commenting on an undated
news item in the Capital, the
Perry Republican says: "Some
of Guthrie's society buds would
be justified in being surprised to
death if a man should have nerve
ma should use what influence she enough to go. up against their
can command to hasten the work eighteenth century faces."
This is unworthy of the gal-
The Minsball and Sandy Land j-s. newby, county att y
school di-tricts are each building
large frame sch«K>l houses, at a
cos of about $500 each.—Tryon
NEWBY & DECKER,
Office in,the Hoffman Bldg.
t handler, - Oklahoma
of appraising and alloting the In- , , , - — —
dian lands and changing ffce , and f^Voking young man
who wieids the shears on the Re-
Indian territory conditions so a
to make ready for statehood.
Oklahoma teachers have aireadv
showu the broad aiu: generous
spirit in petitioning congress to
School district No. 4$ has
brought an action against the
county treasurer to prevent hi:
provide schools for tb7 Indian P?vin^.for, pa rate schools out
t^rHtrtrv n,, , of any fund other than that cre-
terntory. Oklahoma politicians ted by county commissioners for
do well to imitate the example of that purpose. Districts that
Oklahoma educators Indian k*Te heen compelled to bear the
territory people cannot afford to b"den °,f supporting two schools
sneer ar ntiiKnm, f .k Wl!1 watch it w.th interest, as the
*ne*r at Oklahoma. for their !mct on decide ^ question of
scoffmgs are bnt indications of disbursement of separate funds."
Chicago to Los Angeles
in only 2i days.
Pullman#. Dining Car.
3 ;fT<r: Smoking Car with
Observation Car ( with
Ladit?' Parlor .
y estibaled and electric
Four Times a Week.
T ;esd ays. Wednesdays.
• J* Cc^I* Uil-IM,
Ibe A. T. i S. F. Railway,
D. B, WELTY,
Office over Postoffice
handler, - Oklahoma
Room 11 Hoffman block.
i handler, - Oklahoma
A. J. MORRIS,
OtVuv in Patrick Kldg., upstairs.
t-handler. - . . Oklahoma
j CHARLES LORD.
\\ ill cry sales in town or country.
1 a; 1 at Ohio Blacksmith Shop
Chandler, - - . oklahoma
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.