The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 9, 1894 Page: 5 of 8
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UIL9TKAP& GlLSTRAP, PUBLISHERS.
Advfstising. The N'kw* charges for dis-
pla \ :i« vi rtisrnii'nts at the rate of fifty cents
iin inch per month. Discount for time, but not
for space For locals unil reading notices, ti n
cents v«*r lin<- for the first insertion and five
vents j>t-r i ■ for each subsequent Insertion.
A!. . 11\ i• t - ueut? uud business locaJs canied
till orden dout
CoRHbSPONDEMCE. Interesting news items
from all parts of the county will always be
gladly r ceived. We desire to make arrange-
ments tor a regular correspondent in every
neighborhood in the county. Matter inteu'ued
for publication should reach this otj.ee by
FRIDAY MARCH, 9th, 1804.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Spring millinery at the Racket.
•Subscribe for the Nkws.
Seed potatoes at Thomas & ijonn-
Rob Tlioinson visited Perry last
Rt v. Rowan nn'd vrRo went lo" Still-1 ' rTo ('li'iFMior Tatprfycr*.
water Tumi ay for i ffrw days visit. T am now onsrayiMl iti ass« -;sins? thi
j They will poturn M«rtnlnv. ' T>n v>«?rtv of Mi town, and lw fnir ':iid
I A and tit'T.-eoinpi<'tt> Hn«' <>f "v t*1'' ^ '"-i"" ;l 1: piH
j groceries than evei before may be j cessment to assist me all thov ran in
found at the Bijr Trane. * ' completing th** work in as short a time
— a« possible. All real estate own ms
When in need of anything in the since the first dav of Tanuavv. 1^4.
grocery line remember that tlie place and owners of personal oroj e**tv on
to buy is at tho Hit* Trade. , the lirst day of Fohruarv. 1S'H. are
Rev. A. f Fii! .hit v rttine over from subject to ass^smont. 1 ilfnirp ti!)
Guthrie Saturday and conducted servl- tn T> t- themselves wlir>w 1 .-iin
06S at the court house Sunday. j 'h^ra In person, that T may "du-
• ' pl'eato" each person assessed.
F. Ti. Hoyt is selling school suppliis | u j,\ Harpc xstt.k. Town Assessor.
nn'tiro year* time at 0 per cent, interest j *
just ns cheap as you run buy for CASH. < olored ttepubllcnu Konmi*
i * . ' 7". 7r n- /1 j The Colored Elopuhl lean X-^a«*ue m f t |
'ihe lw:\VS and the Hume, Field, and
T1 .. , . in Chandler last Saturdav. pursuant t<>
F<h am are the flfreatest combination i , , , , .
, . , ,, 0 v ., • tne call of tno chairman, L. Winn,
ever ottered for one dollar. Subscribe . , , .
It was called to order hv trio chairman.
the call was rend, and the objeet of
the meeting* was stated. L. Winn |
George Strode was in
Deputy Marshal Poling was in town
Monday with Waiter MUlipan, whom
he had under arrest for dispensing
Miss Maud Farr has charge of Prof.
Rowar's school during his abser.c*. and
Miss Lowa Wray is teaching in Miss
1 Parr's room#
New stock of shoes at the A N
Miss Alma Reynolds
is visiting in
cents at the A No
The latest Styles of millinery at the
of F. B. Hoyt,
Buy school desk?
Fur school furniture and supplies
F. B. Hoyt*
The town marshal should begin kill-
There is hardly a vacant building in
Editor Meyer is in Guthrie this week
R. S. Blair is driving the Carney
George Lowery oaroe down from
Perry last week.
Capt. Jacob Am'jerg was iu town the
iir6t of the week.
J. B. Charles was UP from the Agen
cy over Sunday.
Don't forget the gold drawing at the
Big Trade Grocery.
G. W. Schlegel is building a neat
addition to hie house.
J. G. Lumlcy visited the capital .city
the first of the* week.
Buy your groceries, Hour and feed of
Thomas & Gormley.
Dr. Kelsey and wife
went to the
Jelly 10 cts,, preserves 15 cts. per
lb. at the A No. 1 store.
L. H. Wray and son George returned
Jrom Perry Wednesday.
The best cotton seed oo the market
at Thomas ft Groin lev's.
D. M. Ferry's flower and garden
3eed* at the A No. 1 store.
The Masco family have moved into
the old court house building.
£.re you buying your groceries at the
Big Trade? If not. why not?
F. A. Niblack and his sisters Ida and
Dayse are visiting at Guthrie.
Len Barr, the painter, has just fin-
ished painting the Rhea "front."
Deputy Frank Uhinehart passed
through town the first of the week.
A few of the populist, brethern met
and organized a club last Friday eve.
*"Wm, Plag has reopened his hard-
ware stock on south Maovel Avenue.
Ben Morgan, of the State Capital
printing Co., was' in town last Friday.
Henry Fear and family came down
rom Perry last week. Henry has em*
ployittent there with the Alexander
Garden seeds, of all kinds in bulk or
packages at prices that will astonish
you. Don't fail to see them before buy-
ing, at the Big Trade Grocery.
Mrs. Bennett, who has been visiting
for some time with the family of her
father. J. W. Crawford, returned last
week to'lier home at Olympia, Wash.
T. M. Atkinson, of Ejnew, calle d at
the Nkws office Thursday and renewed
his subscription. He is the kind of
a caller that is ahvavs welcome here.
Have you a good claim to sell cheap?
If so we can sell it for you, and will
only make reasonable charges for our
work. Chandler Real Estate' and In-
For trade for Chandler residence
property: A good team wagon and Har-
ness. and farming implements. Chand-
ler Real Estate and Tnvestm't Co., 2nd
doot* north of P. O.
Byron bands came in last night from
Missouri^ J or a few days visit with his
many friends here. He is looking well,
>and reports sucoe&fui and pleasant
work as an optician.
J. F. Ayars, W. L. Harvy, F. W.
Rtlsh, A. A. Beasler. Emery Foster,
Lyman Mills. J. W. Crawford, and W.
H. Mason and wife attended the pic-
nic'at Ingram Tuesday.
Miave Mo*wl my st.iek ofr• iHiUi^ery.
| three d Kirs north <>f t' * HIar Trale
"tore, and have open «1 u*i a stook of
spring goods, and en p-M nr to the
l;t li"s of Chan ller an 1 vioinitv all the
latest At vie* in laTbM, mi-s < , and chil-
dren* hat*. prle> * r'jwmib'.'. call and
see n;e. 1< •essm ikimr a *p via'ity.
\fiss MCCiITIRE .
As "Our Minn!*'' lia^ deserted tl^
Anvil people, leaving us minus a eor
resjxindent we feel It ou«* duty t con-
tribute the minor news of tlie week.
Cotton is going to be planted very
Mr. Hamp Smith lost a valuable
horse one day !ast week.
Mr. Bordev has puirhase i the claim
situated in the N. W. i, 0-1.12-5.
.T. Cuiven and his niece Miss Rlgley
Jobber and Retail Dealer in
Drugs, Books, Stationery,
Paints, Oils, Etc.
Prescriptions carefully compounded, day or nighi.
Largest and most complete stock. Lowest prices.
J.C.FLETCHER AND CO.
made a very enthusiastic speech unori are Okla. City visitors this week.
the issues of the day. and was followed
by Rev. C. N. Moore, of Tohee" town-
ship. in a very able address. A large
number of names were then added to
to the roll of members. On motion of
H. f\ ( lark, it was decided to ffo into
a permanent organization for the fol-
lowing v'ear. and the following- officers
were elected: President L. Winn, vice
president. R. A. Hudson: secretary, .T.
W. .Tones: .assistant, secretary. C. N.
Moore: treasurer. Scott Brady: com-
mittee on arrangements. G. W. Lock-
hart. L. Winn, and J. W. Jones. The
following resolution, ottered by C. N.
Moore, was adopted:
Resolved, That each township in
Lincoln county organise themselves
into a league and select delegates to
represent them In the Colored Repub-
lican League at Chandler on the first
Saturday in April. 1894.
The meeting then adjourned.
,T. W. Jones, L. Winn,
The Deep Fork Celebration,
The Deep b\)rk settlers had a grand
time Tuesday. The meeting: was call-
ed to order by Chairman Davis. Af-
ter attending to some business matters
tne following resolutions vyere adopted:
Whereas, Hon. Dennis 'y. Flynn, our
delegate to congress from ih<* territory
of Oklahoma, not uaunteu o.v the fact
that this is his first term, itar the fact
that he is in minority in congress, lias n;in or«nifi widmv inv« nnv h
not forgotten that he was sent there to ! inherit wirt hornostnud
do what, he could to advance the inter-
ests of the people of all shades of poli-
tical faith who live in the splendid ter-
, . i . * •. ""i re it-* 'hi !♦rT*'t \ *T ror Hr
ritory he represents, but has intrc- j ltloI, ,,ulv (,ori.,)h(ir.
The farmers in this vicinity are pre-
paring the soil for the coming season.
On March 'trd Mrs. Wm. Parnell
presented her husband with a lb.
Messrs Eagle and Hunt are
lahoma liity g-etting goods for
Mr. Welsch has been quite indis-
posed for a few weeks, but is much bet-
ter at this writing.
The enterprising citizens of this
communitj%re ereotinc a fine brid ge I
across the Quapaw west of \\ hit.vcre's !
Tt is repca'ted that the Seminole lit-
erary society is to close this month.
We are sorry for it has been a "howl-
ing" success. #
Rev. Hill has been holding meet-
ings here and quite a number have re-
ceived the baptismal rites. The Rev.
believes has meetings received a mani -
Hardware. Stovss, Pumps.
\ # ' ^
A First-Class Tin Shop.
Domestic Sewing Machines
r the k ;« ; O
All Kinds of Machine Needles.
Thomas & Gormley have bought the
stock of grocries formerly owned by
Mr. Angelin and are now prepaired
to give their patrons the best at the
lowest price. Give them a call.
J. L. Thurman has returned home
and will'at once begin preparing the
ground preparatory to the large
shipment of nursery stock which was
ordered cy the Chandler Nursery Co.
.1. J. Hargrave & Co. wishes to give
notice that they will (rpen a first-claas
photograph gallery, at the old stand
opposite Fletcher's store on the 15th
Of this month. They solicit your pat-
onagc awu guarantee satisfaction.
We have a deeded claim eight miles
from Chandler, for $1000.00 cash, ft
is the beet and cheapest claim in the
, t ^ , . uuwrtjui tu buc uuu
county n^ls over $.>00.00 worth (m im- Washington, D. C.
duced and by his perseverence, watch
fulness, and ability as a legislator,
caused to be passed to a law an act
entitled "An set for the icfief of cer-
tain settlers upon the Iowa reservation
in Oklahoma territory," by the pro-
visions of winch we who are assembled
here today are allowed to *il 1 ou't our
quarters and to have the Same rights
as others who nave here..)lore taken
ioO acres of land: now. therefore, be, it
Resolved. That we. the settlers
along the left hank of the j)eep Fork
river, in Lincoln and Logan counties,
Oklahoma, in mass meeting assembled,
irresp< ctive of party, do he. by tendt r
(First. Published Msireh 9th.1
U. S. Lnud Oftlce Oklahoiun. Pit v. O. t.
^phrunry. 20th. 1801.
^omnlain' htwlp" lu-on ontr>r rt t tbt
office bv Wfsli'v Klnbznbn H'minnt tiv un-
known h '1r«< of .To« « nh w^o Home-
F.ntrv Vo. WW0 nn Mnr<'h t:tO noon
ih. v . S'"' U ftvr. i'' \ (, K.. ft I I'M'
t l«r t^'O tli" «ai't .los *nh ^nc'vi lU 'ri on !><o |th
flnv ot Nip 1H93. b'ftv'nir Jits willow om«
Ann i Snrha: th-> sai'l widow Vnnn So<«h "lied
.T:\nuar' - 4 !« that nelftw^r siid pptrv-
nnnc of «-i Id hr\r* hv eiti70l|S of t i > United
nti's if an l>eir« thor- b« nnd tbnt Annn
cha and Jos nh Socln diod intestato. tt
viti - hoen fnrth' T made to nntwar to thts
nice ic nn a^dav't for Horvice '>v po^tinir : nd
d thnt sHid onrtiew
no h.-irs who ur" r>'Hident« of or cltl?.enR
of th'* t*nit 'd Sinti s it w is ordered that serv-
ice anon th anknowh '" li s ii<> make i>v r t^i*t-
1 MfcT and jviblientlon Wi'h ft vi'-w thdroforo to
th« eanceUaMo" of sj\id < ntrv the unknown
heirs of .lonrnh ?Sooha and Ann;< Sochi nr >
her'div summon'd to npppnr toeothei with the
ntifl r the T7 S Mnd Office at Oklahom
(Mtv. O T. on the «>th dav of Anril A D 1H0I
itt 9 a. m. to rt-snond «nd furnish testimony
concerniDKT said allepatinnn.
13 1v1 dlllry.
free Bus to • •
*'>* 1 \ 11 ■' ■ >v
Special Attention Given to Commercial TNide. Good
Sample Rooms. Rates 52.00 per Day.
Only Brick HoteJ in the City.
J. W. DAL.J.V.'Proprietor, GUTHRIE. OKLAHOMA
Hotel • \1 itol lelL
First-Class Hotel in Chandler.
Thin Elegant-Brick Hotel hiik ioiii ^..rnleheJ and rooj' ned under re\T
management. Rates rekmmame.' 'JPhe very'host '< < f 'ivc
oomininlationH. (loud sample room.
Ypuir Pat roniage So.lik.-i tet l.
I I <_^ i iry Nditvjlibill - j rletor
fFir t Published March 9th.]
Notice is hereby irivon thnt I will off >r
for sale. ;it public auction, and sell to the
highest bidder for cash in hand at rh * <>:i^t
door of the court hous«> in tbo town of
THE BON TON BAKERY
Fresh Bread Pies and Cajtes always on hand. A full slock
of Confectioit&ry and Tobacco.
( rive Mt_" A. Ca 11
to Hon. Dennis T. A* Iyliti our sincere I I. r. in the countv of Lincoln, territory of f)l<
and heartfelt thanks for his /.eal in our ,i hoina. «.n the nth dav < f Anrii mot. heiwccn
behalf, and we take this opportunity to SX'M, Z
exprefcsour conftdencc in die patriotlsir, hour of i o'clock i* m th«- foiiowintr described
intejjrltv, love of justice and fairncs?. real estnto. situatedin th - county of Lincoln
ri.. | il;. „k;i ;t i..nic fr p An.i territorv of Oklahoma, to-wit:
and 111 hlH aoiiltj US a le^l. U.t()l . And ( rj0ts number on-■. ! t VO ,-.M. three. four
we further desire, in this j) oli< way. (ti. and six ifii in block number forty Hv *
that we shall not forget 'ih^t 4'one ! and lot number^ nineteon(l9. Hn block nuin
,rnM1i dnsprvPfl another nor h in h*'r ^ty seven. (n7l in the town of Chandler, as
good tui n aosei ves anoinci, noi nt in known an(1 (ll.nomin.,tPrt on the recordered
any haste to exchange one who has plat of said town taken as the property of
been weighed in the balance and not J Thomas.I. Taylor anil Eftio A. Taylor on an
iaund wanting for one Who, has never | °frdt^,0'salp "> distnot rouri
William Spielberger, - Proprietor
P. S. Hoffmam
Resolved. That the Jiiiirman and
seicretary be instructed t,y sign these
resolutions us the unanimous sentiment
ol this meeting, and to trimsmit a copy
thereof to the Hon. Dennis T. Flynn,
Farms in ren t or lease. Chand-
ler Rea l Estate ami /nrestai't Co-
Fire and lightning insurance.
F. B. Hoyt.
The new lodge room in the Hefflpn
building lias been furnished and is a
J. W. Feuquay and family moved in-
to their new house on easteighth street
If you want printing of any kind pat-
ronize a home institution and bring it
to the N i:ws.
If you want a paper that is for Lin-
coln county first, last, and all the time,
take the. News.
The McGuire family have moved in-
to the place formerly known :in the b.
of V. restaurant.
We keep a full stock of nail; . Call
and get prices at the A No. 1 store
ijfcuquuy £ Holland.
Wanted: A good claim near Chand-
ler. Must be cheap. Chandler Heal
Estate and Inves't Co.
M: Mattie Hunter has finished hqr
school in the south part of the county
and i at home ajrain.
Lui'Xou & McWethy opened their
new meat mark at the Malono build-
injj.the lirst of the week.
provements on it. and is nearly all hot
tom lai.'d. Call and see us. Chandler
Real Estate tV I ti vest men Co.
The time for receiving bids for the
construction of a school building in
district No. 1 is hereby extended to 7
p. m. March 15th, 1894.
W. H; Riner. Clerk Dist. No. 1.
Pay Your Taxes.
The penalty of one per cent, will be
added ti all unpaid taxes on April 1st.
1894. Warrants will not be received
'in payment of -taj.es after March 15th.
1). W. Ul.AM, County Treasurer.
The March term of the probate court
will open on the 20th. The following
petit jurors ha\e neon drawn: J. W.
Kinsey, S. P. Armstrong, J. \\". Kirk
Patrick. George Castillar, A. C. Briggs.
J. H. MeDonalcf, T. E. Heritage. M.
E. Van livery. Betiry Crenshaw, T. M.
lAtkir.son, Thomas Pevler, A. E Livecy
Henry Creshaw, A. A. Powers, Ben-
jamin Rider, John McCoy, John Ball,
R. H!. Pool, and J. A. Finley.
Voung Men's Republican < iub.
An enthusiastic meeting of )-oun
repul:licans was litld last Friday nighi
at Judge Mason's oftico, and the or j
ganization of a youUf menV republicai.
club was effected. The clu. starts oti j
with a tfiembership of L'li, a;. of whoiu
are. under 30 years of age. The fol-
lowing officers were elected for tV
first' year: President, Harry B. Oil-
stra, : vice president, Paul W. Hunter:
recording secretary, lindsay L. Lewis:
icoreespoudinK secretary, Frank An.
deimon: treasurer, Len A. Barr: mem-,
bors of executive committee. Fred B. j
Hoyt, Pet«r L. Ulam, and William H. i
Mason. Every young man in Chand-
ler to'vnship should become a member, j
and similar 'clubs should be formed I
throughout the county.
Resolved,' further, That a copy be
sent to the Guthrie and Chandler pi-
pers with request to publish.
Among the speakers who addressed
the meeting were J. F. Ayars, YV. L.
Harvey, F. W. Rash. J. W. Crawford,
Emery A. Foster, and A. A. Beasler.
A coin re i tee of seven was appointed ] n,,- n.
to investigate the cost of cleaning out
the Deep lurk, and it >vas decided
to continue the organization until the
opening of the Kickapoo country. An
exceJlent dinner was served and a gen-
eral good time was enjoyed by all who
county of Lincoln. In thp territory
Oklahoma, in an action pending ther« in ;ir tha
Ppbruarv term thereof, in the vear IWt. in
which action Frank S. Miller nlalntiff
an<l Thoii.as .1 Taylor and Kttl<- a Tavlor w.t<-
defendaiiin. and to me directed as sherltl of
Given Under my hand this March flth. l«fM.
C. F. Pahkkh.
.1, w. Ckawpoki>. Atttv. for PUT
E. L. CONKI.lN.
^lad a nice rain Saturday night.
G. M. Eyinan went to Guthrie Sat-
J. C. Norton and son Arthur return-
d to Guthrie.
J. S. Helton returned from Guthrie
. londay where he .had been after a
load of furniture.
E. A. Picket and O. J. L iw went to
Cuthrie Saturday and expect to be
itqpe two or three weeks.
•Farmers here are improving tin.
wime while the good weather is In re
by planting oats and plowing for corn.
[ First Published March 9th.]
Notice is hereby given that I will offer
for sale, nt public auction, and sell to th -
hiche... oidder for cash In hand, at the ea.*i
door «/f the court house In the town ot f'hang-
ler. in tne county of Lincoln territory of Ok
lahoma, on the Hth day of April, 1 him", between
•' ■ .urs of tt n.clock a >t. and 6 o'clock v >i
or aald dav and as nearly as may he at the.
houi <if I o'clock iv m the following real estate
sitiMted in the county of Lincoln, territory ol
Ok 1.'-noma, to-wit:
Lois number twenty one. |211 and 'twentv-
two' c.'-'i In block number forty-nine. < > m
•the;own of ('handler, as known' ami denomi-
nated upon the recorded plat ol aaid town,
taken as the property of Thomas J. Taylor and
Etile A. Tavlor. on an order of sale U>iied otu
of the dist riet court of the county of Lincoln
in the territory of Oklahoma In an action perm
ing therein at the Feburary term thereof in
the year IH1.'i. in which action Frank S Millfti
u :is plaintifT and Thomas J Taylor and Eftie
a Taylor were defendants. And to me uirect«u
as sheriff of said county
G1ven*Uuder ny hand thla March biu, 1^04.
('., F Pahkkh
Firstpublished Dec. :J9th
tj. S.'Lund Oftlce. Outhrie, O. T. I) . Ifith 1H93.
Complaint having been entered a th - oflloe
by Jame.-* A Mewmau against William Wal-
lace !'>i abandoning his homeHtea ' • ntry No
10l! 7. dated at i.nthrie. <) T Wov. .'I. IM9I.
Upon the NT sw >4 section '.'T i )wnshin It N.
range 5 euat I M., In Lincoln cofmt\ Tv.
with a view to the cancellation of said entry,
the said n.irtjes are hi n bv summoned to ap-
pear at this office, at Outhrie. (► T on the blth
day of Februarv. Is94. at 9 o'clock a . rn to re-
spond and furnish testimony i'oIh'i i ing said
Thos. H C< kbett. I!- <*iver.
Carries the I.arjrest and ],.-st Assorted
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, and Clothing,
:;!iicy Groceries, Flour and Feed,
.A.. 1>. W WI (*.11'I
DRUG. BOOK, ^
j >HP( vr
Paints, Oils, and* Glass.
Fancy ani Toilet Articles
Prescriptions and Family Receipts larefLij
lj >c^i -
it lriuilciii ii
Awarded Hillonbis WOrld's I m
•JOB - PRINTING
OF ALL KIND6
Best Kcjuijuo^nts; ( jQDiJ \Vorkmcii-; l'ronij
u . ;ki.. .
® Th« only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
TJscd in Million? of Plames—40 Years tlx* Standard.
GIVE US A TRIAL ORDFF
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