The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 9, 1894 Page: 4 of 8
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Rutiikie has a Brst-^lbm ,-ii<ition u*f°- ""J '«M demonstrated ua'.iir-
3 | In the b«| • •10.009 ttHool *1 talent* for the law. He in un eMy
steal that wi« d isco v.-red tn time to | talker, a hard itudent, and an hon< st
prevent it- .-onsumatioo. It to bi i '"a". lie was for a year or morechair-
OFFICIAL paper OF LINCOLN CO.
H. B. GILSTRAPJPm„DC
FRIDAY, MARCH. Wth. I
DENNIS Flynn'S #ood work is ap-
preciated in Lincoln county.
ONF advantage that un inland town
enjoys i* an immunity from tramps.
Thkki ought to be rome wat/*r in
the water-works well since la t Sun*
day's bitf rain.
Thk ir becoming a met-
ropolitan daily. It has established a
correipoaencc bureau at the territorial
A REPUBLICAN league club should
b*? organized in every j>art of the
county. Tt will promote the interests
of good government.
I mad* '.ion with the .* h - of man of the lincoln count}
the i oijtract- for four *choc i bti! <Jin«.rs. | commissioners, and learned
and th contractors were to soar
I hoodie with -ertain members o
school board. Scott \ Pelaney,
put in our (handler water-work *
to get the contract.
ATAI.K I'OUBiH'-BLK NN
I do n
'*pa a upon &pac
like to givf ei
H to some thou*'
of the couu* v a
• • \u> eleogOD
e fact that iVtif a r-
im cl arly Jen . rtrated
the I place many th.utfs which a- attorney
the will make his aUvioe peculiarly valu-
who ' able to the board. The people of Lin-
were coin county are fortunate in hi select
tiun.-r-Oi f Hate I .
1* lea Ma ut Cornerw.
.,1 Welcom- spring.' .
Make not friends with l foi i
' We had a line rain this a • k
If the warm weather cont:- e #e
" ill all have the spring fevei
Give us another oontin ttnry.
The "Whistling lluoy" wat a da s<
The News is a weleon.e. • Itoi- In
■very household it enters.
\\ hat ha* become of our Davenport
the correspondent? \V- miss hit eloquence.
No. 2 5. W. R. Baily
Jury certificate No. 80 dis-
trict court Feb. terni J *14. i 21.80
" 296. W. W. Hicks
Jury certificate So. 71 dis-
trict court Feb. term lSif4. 24. SO
298. Joel Rogers
* Jury certificate No. 73 dis-
trict court Feb. term 1894. 23.40
2fH*. W. H. Casta tor
Jury certificate No. 72 dis-
trict court Feb. term 1894. 12.00
* 307. El ic Bridge
Jury certificate No. 109 Diet.
>!MCE the town board has rented a
1 :ildlng for the vse of the fire depart*
inent, wouldn't it be a good idea to use
it for council meetings?
Thk Arkansas City IVareler is now
the only daily In that city and 1^ ft live
one and worthy of the patronage it
receives form its business men.
Isn't it about time to begin to think
about the town election, and to decide
in whose hands you will trust *he in-
tcrests of the town fcr the next year?
A It 1« Do*
us republican-* to keep thl« line intact,
MTftlnfrt the breach in tbe walls are we
measure* to do this* I fear not Ale-
condition aeema to have seized the
ndtc-d by our former success. which if
not shak -n off will insure our defeat in
future. Procrastination i the ihief of t Wild ducks are flying north in large
Lethrrgy the thief of opportunity.Wha: numbers. A good sign of spring.
shall be done* Organize, organize, organize I
Let thf republican forces of Lincoln count . ' lowing seems to be the order of
be placed in pooIUon to successfully meet a' v business with the farmers.
and all opposition Hepublican cluba should b V/vm. i .
" . ^ . i^ I xoiuyxirreeponaent wBl raise a croD
f. nneJ at once. iu every school distru t in ti. • " ur
county, by the central committee. When tft* | cotton this year
pbiitical. financial and business situation of
our county should be d'.scun>ed. and each ocs
tell what he knows about It. and what he don t
know ? s well. It is not necessary that a man
The work on* the streets this year
should be put where «t will do the most
good for the public, regardless of the
personal Interests of a few individuals.
Ten derodcrats and two populists
kicicing on Cleveland - tariff bilL make
the cuckoos to wonder . here the votes
necesr-ary for its passage in the &enate
will come from.
Now that the ordinance books are
out there are no longer any excuses for
not enforcing the ordinances. Let
every business man see that our town
officers do their duties.
If congress can compel the railroads
to put in depotw and switches for the
benefit of the Strip towns why can't it
require them to build lines into the
bounties that have roads?
The supreme court of Oklahoma de-
cided last week that the governor had
the power to remove Auditor Parker,
Justices Dale and Burford dissenting
from the opinion. Mr. Parker has
surrendered the office, but will appeal
A DECISION was handed down by
tho Kupreme court lant week that dif-
fers quite materially' from Attorney
General Galbraith's idea of it. It was,
in effect, that all improvements on
real estate except wells, breaking,
and fertilizers, should be subject to tax-
ation. ITiis will cause a good deal of
trouble and expense, as some progress
has been made already in the work of
.EDITORIAL COliftESPONDKN( E
To the News:
An Oklahoman would feel surprised and dis-
tutted ani anything but at home In the Cali-
fornia political atmosphere. "Independents"
are common and mauy newspapers seek pene'-
M patt-onace nndtr this name. Even *ome of
tho largo dailies, while clamoring adherence
to one oj ..hi other of the great patties, have
such undlciiej convictions as to rr.n^e it diffi-
cult for a stranger to classify them. Poll ti
'■ally, it seems to rr,e, tho California newspaper
In not a great stieodSS though douhtlesp it has
its influence with the native Who has ne.er
dreamed of more decided views, hut for all
that California has been male by the n«ws
pa;>< r fraternity. They are those who have
written up the "Golden West" in yuch glowing
irr • -. ent terms as to make it see', a waiting
paradise td most of the world. They have en*
larked upon the romance of Spanish acmin-
anoe and likewise upon the "day# of 'tOM v*tti1
it • ui ;d to the Easterner a privilege to gaze
on the landscape made historic by those days.
The climate of California: no figure of speech
but hyperbole can Ut the adopted son 's vision
of it. And o on throughout the state s do-
velopim ut the newspaper man ha.s glorified
things with a generous hand. To him Cali-
fornia owes a monument for the eminence
gained through fleeced tenderfest, stranded
Easterners, who, too far from hotu" to get
back readily, have cast their fortunes here and
by eastern enterprise and shrewdness have
built up the industries of th « commonwealth.
* * * *
The energy of M. II. De Young of the Ckroni
cle has mil. th. Winter Pair «e has gon.>
Into it to ia ik" it a success and he will do it if
any ou , :W!. Tiie p;ip#.rf, 0f clly arp m6l
tng to condf rnn many of his actions as director
general y> i if San Pransisco Is saved from
financial dis -1 r at this p< riod of hard tim^s |
It will b< lar -• ly owing to this Pair anil .NJr !
iX'Voun,- • : :< rmined work in Its behqjf.
Golden < •
atcd, is the
stat.-. It eo
t- I* irk. where the Pair i* siiu
Of 8kli 9 m l the
vers an area o/1.019 acr , all un
landscape garden;} Walks,
fountains, summcr.houses. and lakes
turesot Its atrrucUon. There is a c
tory, filled with rare exotics, and on I h.? Lnns
r * many s'ran -. but beautiful plant* and
•hrubs Tin re are som.> in', resting piece f
statuary monument of Garfield one 'f
Gen. Ralleek, md th< PnMwii Sootl Km
memorial i. tog notable. The music sttnf,
childri u'h playground, un< the observatory
en Strawberry Hill are
other favorite places in
be ; t. ffice seeker, iu order to b -#a p t ciai.
l.vrv Americlan i'/.i ^n should b apol::; lac
should be able to give reasons for the faith
within him. to tell why he is a r«*publ.can to
tell what the republican party has dene for
the good of our country, for our Hag. humanity,
and progress, should be prepared to give
irrefutable reasons why this party should be
reinstalled In power in the national councils
and why American,' and not British, policies
and principles should prevail and denominate
in our land. I say down with the flag of Eng
land at Washington up with the Star Spang-
led Banner: let it touch the dome of heaven,
and fill Immensity. The republican party Is
American bom. is governed and actuated by
American, not British instincts, impulses and
business policies. It gave us the homestead
law. which alone should be sufficient to make
every citizen of Lincoln '•ounty an iron-clad
republican. It gave us the pre-emption act.
the timber claim act reciprocity, and the
tbe best banking system ever formulated by
man it struck the shackles from the limbs of
4,000.000 men and made good the boast that
America is tb- land of freedom." And w hen
the rutin, s hand of a country's assassin would
have drived the knife to the vitals of our loved
country, turn our flag from its proud eminence,
destroyed the grandest government ever given
yuto mankind, and established terrorism, an
archy and petty sovereigenty in lieu of this
glpfious product of republicanism, this bul-
wark of human liberty: i say that whir* this
was attempted, it was th* republican party
that throttled the assassin and hurled him in-
to an abyss of blackness from which eternity
ten time** told cannot resurrect him. Give us
back our country our flag a blaze with glory
and giro if a luster among the flags of na-
tions that is as the electric sparkle to the one
candle po\jer. The world has had the glac-
ial age. the stone age, and many other ages.
This is the business age. par excellence The
progress age. The republican party is a busi-
ness Institution, run on American business
principles. In the interest of and for American
citltens, and not for British wubjects It fos-
ters and helps tq build up home industries,
home markets, home consumption of, and pro-
tection fop farm products, good wages for the
artisan and other laborers, inspires confidence
In business ventures and give? solidity to those
already established. A prominent character-
istic of the repulican party is its readiness to
punish its wrong doers, to drop the political
beads of its Incompetents into the headsman's
basket. If the trend of public opinion in Lin-
coln county is in union with public expression
basket" will be about full next fall. This
party is swift to roctify mistakes. That mis-
takes were made at tho first election Is not
strange. There has been ample time to sift
the chaff from the wheat, and still there Is more
It is possible that this territory may soon
be admitted as a state; when this occurs, the
most important political events will take
place, that have, or will occur in the history of
Oklahoma, a constitutional convention. Lin-
coln county should send to that convention,
republican delegates, men who know what
they are there for, and can tell what it is while
The democratic party is of British origin,
known in the Itevolutionsry war as Tories: in
our civil war the Southern wing, which during
the dark and troubleous days of the sixties
sighed and prayed that it might be taken in by
the great and good paw of the British lion
that the motherly wing of Queen "Vic" might
shelter them, were known as secessionists
All honor to those noble Individual democrats
who stuck to the old flag, but as a party the
democratic party was opposed to coercion of
the Sotfth during the rebellion.
The policy of this party is to build up and
foster British industries, markets and interests
Of a}l kinds It is now in power in the national
counplU. The people wanted a change; well they
got it, and the old soldiers and the silver men
' got it in the neck." Orover Cleveland who
in a former term pat up nights to veto pension
bills, was eltfoted diet ator, takes congress by
the nape of the neck and says I want this done
it Is done. I don't wartf that done it is not done.
He sends an envoy to Basalt instructed to
tear down the American dag, dispserse a Re
publican Government and ecthrone a disrepu-
table queen, who had vowed to butcher the
official* of the provisional government if . he
were replaced. But auothe- Norembet ha.
rolled around and what is that rymble and
roar '* It is the tramp, tramp of New YorkVi
eighty-thousand republican majority, Kew
Jersey, Iowa. Massachusetts. Illinois, Kansas,
in line, and old Ohio with another eighty thou*
9nd and McKinley at the head Of the column
How is that for an endorsement of the "my
policy" of tbe renowned, and only "great and
good" fisherman that wears the British collar
My watch warns me that 1 trespass upon '
your space and patience-
A number of our poople aro bow.ii
oau this week.
There will be more ootton sown this
year than anything el'ee.
Frank Seymour is fencing his farm
and improving generally.
Fred Schutt says he is tired of cook-
ing. Wonder if he has proposed?
The gem cannot Be polished without
friction, nor man witout adversity.
Those who attend strictly to their
own business wont find time to pry in-
to other people's affairs.
Good resolutions are like ladies
fainting in church: the sooner they are
carried out, the better.
Why is is that trees put on their sum-
mer dresses without opening their
trunks'- They leave them out.
Pleasant Cornel's has an "animal"
among its curiosities that draws pic-
tures, makes faces, writes poetry,
sucks eggs, and trlea to be smart gen-
Look out for a wedding soon. The
bride-elect is preparing her wardrobe,
and the prospective groom is brushing
up his best suit and arranging the: pre-
Begin poor, young man, and you
will remember what you fcuve got and
how you got it.
court Feb. term
30fl. C. Martinson
court Feb. term 1
St?. E. L. Hudiberg
Jury certificate No. 109 Dist.
court Feb term 18!H. 23.20
" 318. T. J. Rogers
Jury certificate No. 78 Dist.
court Feb. term 1894. 2- .00
320. J. Wltcraft
Jury certificate No. 14<i
court i«*b term 1894.
" 331. Tom Rhea
Jury certificate No. 152 Dist.
court Feb. term 1894. 18.00
" 334. P. S. Hoffman
Jury cer. No. 68. A. D. Adams 17.30
" " 133 L. C. Elliot 18.00
" " " 134 A. Fogle 18.00
" *• " " 136 S. R. Glover 18.00
" " " 138 T. J. Richardson 18.00
Dist court Feb. term 1894. 89.30
" 335. O. B. Kee
Jury cert. So. 09 B. F. Harri'n 20.00
" 'J " J9 n. Bocknell 21,40
" 117 Ike Goodie 10.00
" " *' 151 Geo. Coffee 18.00
Dist. court Feb. term ]8'. 4, 69.40
'* 341. N. W. Brown
Jury certificate No. 75 Dist,
court Feb. term 19S)4. 22.00
" 342. S. W. Provolt
Jury certificate No. 150 Dist.
court Feb' term 1894. 18.00
Biard then adjournod to session in
j. b. Underwood,
NEW STORE o'0 STOCK.
The Best of Everything in (
Groceries and Provisions,
At the Lowest Living Prices.
Manvel Avenue, live doors north of old Court House.
Dr. L. A. Kelsey,
(Formerly of Chicago)
Three doors a^uth of the post office.
( W to 12 AM.
Office hours !
f 1 to ft P. M
U. N. FRAZIER, Notary. J. S. NEWBY |
FRAZIER & NEWBY,
Attorneys At Law. ,\
Office two doors north of P. O.,
CHANDLER, -0 OKLAHOMA '
Wheat is looking line since the rain.
Sowing oats is the farmers occupa-
We are going to have a new post-
Mrs. Wm. Freshorn is on the sick
The farmer are all smiling and their
greeting was a fine rain last night.
Literary at 42 will close next Wed-
We all enjoy the California letters
printed in the News.
Barney Haddon returned from the
Cherokee country last week.
Mr. Freshour returned from the
Creek county last Saturday.
John Hasty and sister Mrs. Hamil-
ton returned from Kansas last week.
Rail Egnew has been at the Agency
sick for some time, but returned Fri-
There was several teams left here
for Sepulpa after goods for Mr.
We understand there is to be an-
other store at Stroud Lavell and Bow-
Janaes Freshour will finish Mr Thur-
man's school for us. We are sorry Mr.
Thurman was called home on business
for ho has taught a good school.
We have seen tbe sheriff out this
way two or three times lately. Law is
too cxi>ensive; why won't poople learn
that law is too expensive for a poor
man; better pay what you owe in the
Lon Nurse is in Oklahoma Citj.
Every thing quiet on the Quapaw.
Your correspondent is building a
This is the finest weather wo have
ever had at this time of year.
About thefir-t installment of ground-
hog weather wis here on Tuesday.
The literary still continues and a
great deal of interest is manifested.
J. T. Gregory preached an interest-
ing sermon to a crowded house last
Ed. Brown who has been sick for
some time is up and a/ain at his post
at the saw mill.
One of Mi'. Thomson's horses broke
his neck last week by falling over the
Julian Meeker, J. ,T. Layton and F.
Layton were in Oklahoma City after
goods last week.
Mr. Volgmore has moved on Mr.
Stone's farm south of town, wher
will be found the coming sct.son.
We are informed that Mr. Read who
lives four miles south of town died'last
Sunday a week, but did not learn the
cause of his death.
Dug Porter deputy U. S. marshal
from Oklahoma Citv, was in Clifton
last week after parties to appear before
the grand jury at that place. y
Some boys set out a prairie fire one
day last week which did considerable
damage. These boys are known and
had better not repeat it or they will
be brought under the strong arm of
m. xi. adamh.k
Solicits the trial or defense of i/our ro *[E
h.st In fori tin i'l ,',•)/ tn Guthrie Jjtutl \
Office*. //• Im* had ~i wars' txpn- ■
iena Ixfn, • (tkinhnnm Lund. Offiies; k<
mudi Public Land Law a Hpccin !ty: and &
tens turiinrhi i.J the hue firm nf Lyrniin rf- J
Adams, authors nf •'■The Hmnesit rd Si t-<
tiers' Law ami Guide Hook." Fees cin/'
reasonable. References,. All his cliaiis
and acquaintances. Write him,
Guthrie. Ok ia.
Opposite P. O.
E3. OLESON, |f
Contractor and Builder 1
Practical Stone and Brick Mason j!
Cisterns and Chimneys a Specialty. I'
Work Guaranteed Leave orders at |
J. C. Fletcher's store or by muil,
Chandler, - Oklahoma )
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THE FARMER'S^ 1
°<1LQYAL FRIEND i
I'dp'T One Year
The Hume, field and fnrum
is the only agrieultuarl jour-
nal devoted to the interests of
th.' fanners and the matt-rial
resources of Oklahoma and
the Indian territory. It is a
reliable, bright, clean and well
printed Hi-page magaaino.and
deais with the speoial wants
of the agriculturalists, fruit
growers and stock raisers of
the territory, and has special
departments dovoted to Arjrt-
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Horticulture, Dairying, Poul-
try. Anindtun, Veterinary, lie-
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The management and edit-
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this class of papers in the West
and have selected thls-fertile
and beautiful oountry as the
best, possible location for a
high-class agricultural jour-
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and truthfully represent the
interests of the gi eat Industrial
class to which it is devoted,
and there is not a farmer in
this country that oan afford to
Qo without it. It is issued
monthly at Guthrie, and
only 50 cents a year.
Territory of OKlahoma
Lincoln County I
In tlip Probate Court In and foi jaid coun
ty una terrltorj.
Notice of publication to Mamie Kh'ea. Vou
nr- hrrehy notified th;it you ha v.- nueil in '
tne 1 robiite Court of Lincoln count,-Oklahoma !
territory. That the parties to said rtuit are 11.
plaintiff and yourself defendant,
bat the object of said action is to dissolve tin- i
marriage relation heretofore existing between
said parties, and that unless you answer said
P.eVntlon,ou or tne 1st day of March 1SU4
at 10 i* olock a. m. of said day .said cause will
be heard and determined in your absence and
judgment rendered divorcing plaint.it as pray
ed for iu said petition.
Realizing that we could not fur-
nish.our farmer readers with a more
valuable prennnni. we have pur
cha-.ed 1'*) yearly subscriptions to
the tfotrw. Fit Id. ami Forum <;, and
will present each of the first 00 far-
mers who subscribe or renew their
sub eription for the Nkws with a
year's subscription tothat most val-
Tnis most extraordinary offer Is
e *riainly. one which cverv farmer
should take advantage of at tin ei
liest possible monu-nt.
D. M. Rhea, Pltf.
W. H. Mason,
Taken up as estray on the N;'' W. i
sec. ffi Tp. 15 R. 5, and posted x>fore
^ ^ ■ Clark justice of the peace
he I and [for Fox township. One b.indle
and white pided cow 7 or 8 years'.old,
branded W on left hip. marked' under-
alop In left ear am} over-elope o« right
car. One red oow 3 or 4 years old
with long horns, brand and ear marks
same as tho other
J. B Underwood,
Now is the Accepted Tirtje.
An 80 acre claim 7 milesfrom Chand-
ler for $400. Will take any part or
the entire payment in good work stock
or milch cows.
Also an 80 acre claim 10 miles from
Chandler for $325. 20 acres of bottom.
Will take work stock or cows for the
claim. Chandler Heal Estate i I. Co
Notioe of Application for Saloon License.
(Firat Published March 2nd.)
To whom It may coucern.
Notice is hereby given that E. Funk has
made application as required by law for a li-
cense to sell malt, vinous and spirituous libuors
on lot 15 in block 03 in Chancier. Lincoln
county Oklahoma territory that If no objec-
tion to the issuance of said license b- tiled in
the office of the county clerk within two
weeks from the first publication of this notice,
and the law being fully complied with, the
license will be grunted as requested.
Gived under my hand this 2nd Jay of March.
j. b. Underwood.
The rain, which make California flower, and
*nd Irult. h.u- been fallinin
tbe past week that It h
bio for vifiltori to -
firm* my let'.w th - -n elc mint be 11 . f.
fc>KIK ' i It.S'l HAP.
The Chardler Itea) Kstate and In-
i-estm't Qc. have for sale a good claim
six miles from Chandler for $S00. Will
take' a good mule team wagon and har-
reatt, er span of mares in part payment,
or will trade SO or 120 acres of the land
for good iqules or mares. It is a bargain
and if yot) wait to trade for a claim
don't fail to see ue.
We also have another bargain in a
claim one mile from tuv n, Price $8U0
„ „ , .... i cash. Just got it for sale it wont stay
« county attorney for that county, vice , long at that prk„. rf ym, ,at)U J,
home near the county seat this is surely
i your chance to gef*It at U s than par.
, . .. , ... , , Chandler Real Kstate and In-. est'mt Co
and in his home county he ,U a leading ♦
opiouniy for ! citizen and a repv.H^can / hose wis--
- r■ nearly Irapossi counsels .tnd energy are alert and in
((Thin in comfort demand in every oasipaign. He
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Building K<litl«in mnnthlv
Stop iit * ' *
The Manvel House
When in Chandler.
It is the oldest, best, and most
reliable place. Terms
Mrs. M. M. Egbert, Propriety
i just i n bat every
«-r net i he mer
*" ■1 • • 1
1 11 ' ition iii>-
i which haft l^en built the
lar-.M ,,.,-1 i -s in world.
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contains the sum and substance of
the lalea farming k now ledy,. Free
for the asking.
D. M. FERRY 4 CO.,
.)SKM)ff\OV Kit Til K TEHIt ITOR Y .
The county commissioners of Lincoln '
county have appointed D. J,*. Prazier !
J. W. Crawford, I
high stiiiuiing «!'
jsigced. Th Is is
Mr Friuier has
n i v the territory.
admitud to the Lincoln county bar
TO OUK PATKONb
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Building Kditiun. monthly, fiio a \ ear. Smcle
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First published March 2nd.
U S. Lund office at Oklahoma City. O. T
bvCS.aiM ^Vinc ^ -"ntere/^ t^o^e
bj James M. Frost atrainst Wiiii*m T..r,i i
who made homestead entry No. 1664 dated O?
tobm 10. 18Ww upon the west >„ „ ^ctlin
7 and east H, s e ... of section 18. Tn townshta
1-n, of ran go-o ea.* t,of the Indian meridian in
Lincoln county. Oklahoma Territory With 1
new to the cancellation of said Srv said
contestant alleges that the said
William JanicKe has whollv abandoned "aid
tract and changed his residence therefrom fr.p
more than six .nonths since making sak??ntr«
!r" fuVo1;'0' " «<• sufd
ir.ici is not -ettled upon and cultivated nr
"aid .n 3
Bprpea^eautdhePutsSia!irt beIeb-v .-iimiiior.-.'i'to
Cin . Okh^oma T. rritory 0onC^h.'^ ■'njk :]h<"Ilir
April. IHJ4. ,.t o'ciook a m .•ind of
furnish testimonj conc-rning' sold til&mUont
Leslie P. Ross. Receiv. r.
J M. CLARK,
fm ami Blacksmith Shop.
Vy shop west of the post office is
now ready to do all kinds of work In
this line. Satisfaction guaranteed. A
reasonable share of the public- patron
age is solicited.
Geo. H. Smith, Proprietor
Dr. M. Edith Ford
the . state of Theodore A T vl r..of
and on«- Dlplom i for Hi-hiiit
\irrntrlli ti id € n >\vr
- .irt) .-f th. -(• v ,-i h-.\ e
heen sold direct to the people,
nd «t unri' f« r our complete
laloKXH i h 1 of ev -ry Win I of
A $t 0 .' :. ... inontu I - . V ar.. free.
ALLIANCE CARRIAC.F CO., CINCINNATI O.
dcct used, will sel! at nubile
on l uesuay -
oi lanu. ituat< ti 1 vin." and beinp In the countv
•n Tuesday the :iuY"an?
oilockp ui at the east door of th«- court
111™..?1!. . eo".n,y of T. in coin all the rhiht
tate of the said Theodore
Oftice two doors sontli
Painting . .
AND WALL TTNTINC
Neatly Done By
H. W. GRIFFITHS
I -'th St. & Steele Ave., Chandler Okla
. interest and «
nil the LI O i p n
tiy nperan , dhY„ 'i. Lhfc
Auctioneer and V
Mil t a. 11 tit. .
"" 10th Street
kid tO\ ...
r of .fauuary 1>>94
W. T. BKI.Ft .UD, I
first door east
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 9, 1894, newspaper, March 9, 1894; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115495/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.