The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, April 20, 1894 Page: 4 of 8
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THE Clime NEW?.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN CO.
"Look out for Lincoln Conntv
FRIDAY, APRIL 20th, 13JU.
CALL FOR REPUBLICAN COUNTY
There will be delegate convention of the
republicans of lincoln county held at Ohand-
ItrobSaturday Msj IStb,)w4. at ti o'clock
a m., for the purpo>e of electing nine dele-
gate* to repr. sent this county In he republi
can congressional conv ntlon to b- held at Ok-
lahoma ('Ity May 15. i-yl. The representation
of the sc\« ral townshlp-i in the .said county
convention;!' based on the vote for Dennis T.
Flyun for delegate to tor-res** in lw92. one
delegate being allowed to each voting precinct,
and one additional delegate for every 20 votes
or major fraction thereof cast for Flynn. The
represention will be as follows:
Township. Prec't No. Flynn Vote Drlc
The Colored ltepublleiui Lragm-
The Colored K- publiean T^asruo met
pursuant to eall on Saturday, April
I 7th. The ni#***tiiijj was culled to order
by the president, I. Winn. SiilifitKf
rzri- — . r: ty- the leaffue . after which Rot. H. F.
H R nil CrPAP ) ! Stnndifer ofl\ -n* 1 prnynr. Ilea-Jin*?
J?- ^ ' FDITORS of minutes. I ' "ti motion the
EFFIE GILSTRAP, 1 *Ide'tjttMenrolled their n&mee as fol-
. | low*: Chandlf-r township, II. C.
Clark, L. W. Winn, Geo. woodti (>.
j j W. Loekhart, L. .T. Gates: a Tohee
township. R. A. Hudson. ('. X. Moore.
V. P. Potterfirld. S. Beattj' Sr.. S.
JJeattv Jr , O. T. Sam-on. A. Uober-
son. W. I.. Williams. I. W. Murphy.
K. Bruce; Fox township, B. F. Stan-
difer, S. R. Glover, O. Holden, J. Stan-
difer. B. T. MeCall, ,1 MeMichael, G.
Washington, Amos Eldridsro; Otoe
township. T. B. Beard. A. 1). Arbuek*
le, S. M. Osbtirn: Choctaw township,
A. Leach, Elder Walker, W. Moore,
.1. 8. Nelson, W. Butler, J. W.
Mark: S minole township, Geo. Hen-
derson. (*|>on motion the report of the
committee on constitution and by-laws
was received, and the National Repub-
lican League constitution was adopted
with the exception of article three.
A preamble was adopted declaring
thut is not the intention of the league
to draw away from the republican par-
ty, but rather to help to lead it to vic-
tory n<\t fall: that any differences be-
tw(fr-n th white nn colored republi-
cans should be harmonized: that any
wrongs being perpetrated in the party
by office seeking republicans who are
not republicans at heart may bo sup-
pressed; that binee it has been demon-
strated that the republican party was
the only political faiend the Afro
Americans could trust and since it had
befriended and honored colored men in
many ways, the only hope for the tax-
paying citizens is to down tho demo-
crats and "lilly-whites" and establish
the principle of equal rights for all;
capable and worthy men should share
alike in filling positions of trust and
honor, regardless of color: that they
would not recognize so-called republi-
cans who will make pledges to secure
votes and then scratch every colored
man's name from the ticket; and that
they are opposed to separate schools as
increasing the burdens of taxation and
decreasing the oppoatunitiet for school
privileges, and that they would not
support any one for office who favored
After extending «i vote of thanks to
the chairman and secretary, the meet-
THE COUNTY BUSINESS
.* y .
North Toh66. 1ft 2
South Toh v\ N -J
North Otoe, l.Vfl
South Otoe, 14 M
N < 7hand(< r, 1M
. .H .
S. Chandler.H i
North Fox. I.vs
South Fox, 11 T>
N. Keokuk, 12-6...
S. Keokuk, H «•
N. Choctaw, 13 1.
S. Choctaw, 15M
.. . .2
N. Seminole) 18 6..
.. . 2
North < 'reek, 13-0.
.. . 3
South Creek, 1- 0
Town of Chandler
.. . .5
The primaries for the election of said dele
antes will be held on Wednesday. May 9th, al
ti..too'clock l' m. The towhshlp committee
men are requeued to cull the primaries for tlu
Usual voting place*, except w here such pltocea
are not convenient.
My order of the county central cora.
1. VV. Hrsa. A. a. Bkkfi.rh,
For Justice of tho Peucp,
Q. A. SEARS,
Von Town Marsha!,
AS It. MA8CSO.
I*or Town Clerk and Assessor,
l. a. nArtrt.
For Town Treasurer,
F. Bi HOYT.
For Tr'iiMI'o, First District,
O. W. SCHLEGEL.
For Trustee, Second District,
A. C. CRONK.
For Trustee, Third District,
F. W. HASH.
For Trustee, Fourth District,
S. C. CRANE.
l^or Trustee, Fifth District,
J. F. AVARS.
That town ticket is a winner.
WHAT were Kelso's expenses on that
trip to Kansas In the Redman ciisfe?
The Iknimrrat need not fear thtit wci
will attack any of our Superiors. We
Have no thought of dolntf; so.
Republican nominees for town
trustees are pledged to repeal tho trus-
tee salary ordirmnco. Vote for them.
Every one complimented tliii har-
monious, business-like convention, and
all agree that a better ticket, couldn't
Read the resolutions adopted by the
republican town convention and see If
the platform ii-n't one that you can
No better man could have been1
named for marshal than Mr. Maselio.
Those who know him best ttfe his
Leonard A. Barr, the republican
Nominee for clerk and assessor, is a
young man of ability ami good busi-
ness qualifications, and the fact that
he was nominated without opposition
attests well' the confidence reposed in
him by all who know hint*.
When the J)tinocrat broke loose last
week and abused the county commis-
sioners so unjustly ft soems to have
forgotten how recently it praised the
County board and landed their actfons
ib the hope of securing their favor and
with it the county printing.
G. A. Sears the nominee of tlid
republicans for town justice of the
peace, is well and favorably known to
almost every person about Chandler.
He has served as district clerk and in
various other positions, arid his exper-
ience together with his natural ability
fit him admirably for the position.
Tlie Republicans Nominate.
The republican primaries were held
in the several trustee districts Oil Tues-
day evening, and were all well attend-
ed. On Wednesday evening tin1 dele-
gate convention wns held at the court
house and the next town officers were
.1. F Ayars was chosen to preside
over the'ineeting and !•'. li. Hoyt, was
elected secretary. While the commit-
tee on Credentials was preparing its
report F.W. Rash addressed the con-
vention in a ringing speech, congratu-
lating thera on recent republican vic-
tories. The following delegates were
reported by the credentials committee:
First district/.'W. IT. Mason. T. Wit-
craft, L. L. Lewis, .i. S. Newby, A. E.
Second district: T. L. King, 0. N.
Mnstenson, W. Crawford, W. L.
iTarvev, A. C. ( ronk.
Third district: H. B. (,'tlstrap, M.
H. iteeves, F. B. Hoyt, S. Isaat, L. A.
Keltsey. Frank MeCall.
Fourth district: S. .i. Crane, II. C.
Clark. Andy Asher. Tom Garner.
Fifth district: .I.F. Ayars, VV. M.
Wood, Loth Shown, Dave Belford,
Tho eominitte. on resolutions offer-
ed tho following, which was unani-
mously adopted as tho sense of tho
"Resolved, by the republicans of the
town of Chandler, in delegate conven-
tion assembled, That, we are in favor
of economy in municipal affairs, the
impartial and rigid enforcement of or-
dinances, and a progressive course in
public improvements: we favor such an
administration of local affairs as will
best promote the Interests and pre-
fect, the rights (if all citizens anil tax-
payers and maintain the credit of the
Tho nomination of town officers was
taken Up, and the, following officers
wore nominated bv acclamation! Jus-
tice Of the peade. G. A. Sears: town
marshal, A. E. Mascho: town clerk and
assessor, L. A. Barr: town treasurer,
F. 11. Hoyt,
Tho convention then adjourned.
THE commissioners of Oklahoma
county let tho printing to the Okluhn-
man on a rat bit! and tiro already re-
penting their ill-advised action vinco
it costs moA that) W> have their pro-
ceedings printed in tho new sheet
than in an established newspaper, und
the spirit of tho law is hot complied
with at all. Our board wodld have
saved nothing by accepting the Demo-
crat's unreliable bid, for a publisher
who knows no more about printing
than to bid so much "per square inch"
or to bid to print a delinquent tax list
by the square at nineteen cents would
not be likely to know an eighth-sheet
blank from a left-handed
Points About Chandler.
It is almost impossible for any one to con
reive the wonderful growth of Chandler sincc
the opening unless he has seen It. Situated as
iY is, hearly fifty miles from a railroad, its tie
velopment has not been w atched as closefyair
that of other cities and Us resources are rtdt
so well known. Though only two and a half
years old, Chandler has a population of about
1,200, and people are raptdly coming in—some
to buy claims, some to find homes in town, nncf
some to wait for the opening of the Kickapoo
The people of this county are, as a class, intel-
ligent. industrious, law-abiding, and thrifty,
and while they came from all portions of tho
Union, and represent many different ideas,
they are a unit in their efforts to build up and
improve the country. The county lias a popu-
lation of Ift.fiOO. and when the Kickapoo country
opens enough wttl be added to make ffi.000
or 'JO,000. One thing concerning Chandler
should be remembered: It is not a ' boom'*
town—the product of speculation - but its
growth and prominehc • are the necessary re
Suit ot conditions which insure a continuance
Of pn*perit\ lt^ growth will steadih qjftV
tinue, and'with the openiug of the Creek coun-
try on the east, which will occur at no distant
day, it will assume Its place as oue of the great
cdmhit rciivl centers Of Oklahoma. The merit*
of our town and county are now being recog-
nized. and It is a pleasure to know they are at
t*acting that class of citi/ens who come to
stay and to work for the good of their chosen
homes. To such people, Lincoln county e*
tends a cordial invitation.
The Soil of Lincoln County.
Nothing is of such importance to the wealth
and prosperity of an agricultural country as its
Soil, and in this respect Lincoln county is the
equal, If not the superior, of any part of the
Oreat West. The soil is deep .^andv loam
| unsurpassed in producing qualities. The rich
Bhootintf-1 red loam, peculiar to Oklahoma, i.-; common
6tick. There would be about lis milch pnrt" of the county In dry season*.
consistency in hiring a blacksmith toiuhlch H'ldom th° allow tin
. . . . i moisture to rise from bebe.<tn, and so, in this
racnd your watch a in employing a l0l.al„y ^ Bm, v„„.t,llion ,lrt,
Procedmgt of the April Meeting of the ,i3oard
oi C unty Commissihoers. Matters
of General Interest.
No. 10H Lon Flint «
'• lo. Hugh McCreary
" 11'J (Miff Kavraoud
" ill Win. Otis
" Ms Wm Smith
" liW 1< L McCoy
" l i J L Stewart
" Hoffman, Charles k Conklln
witness certificate dist court Feb
term ihim No l*vi J LOsburn
•' 1«3 t .1 Kichardtson
" pfci Ike (ioodal ►
" T M Kosengrant witness certificate
No 1M liist court Feb term lxw
" 4 is Adam Sporlider witness oeitlB-
cate Nu 1> i ' l> term district court
" 472 Hoffman. Charles & Conklln
jury certific ate No yo Feb term dis-
trict court H F Harrlman
" 444 Henry Sparkman jury certifi-
cate No 108 Feb term Dint court
" R H Galyen w itness certificate
So 163 Feb term district court IHWl
44 Auj,'u-4 Human witness certiti-
i ate No 1J7 Feb term district court
• 266 John W Brown witness certifi-
cate No 136 Feb term district court
■ 411 W A Smith jury certitlcato No
141 Feb term dist court ism
4 27J <; C Eldridge jury certificate No
126 Feb term dist court isyi
1 314 K M Young jury certificate No
100 Feb term dist court 1H1M.
860 J M Clark fees Ter vs C F Par-
1 8sl J M Clark fees Ter vh D M
' :i7'J .1 M Clark fees Ter *vs Peter
• 361 W h SiniUi witness certificate
No lis Feb term district court IHW
' 356 TJ Jones jury certificate No 107
Feb term Dist court 1K94
' ios W 11 Mason witness certificate
No 101 Feb term dist court 1W4
• J O Wells witness certificate
Nos and 35 Feb term dist court
41 313 PM Marshall witness certili-
cate No 115 Feb t 'rm dihtrict court
3i 7 K W Griniths painting in jail and
• 392 .1 A McLaughlin witness certifi-
cate No 117 Feb term district court
' 3sy W II Mason witness certitlcato
No69 Feb term Dist court 1894
• 367 Louis Davidson witness certifi-
cate No 09 Feb term district court
4 366 N C Vanhorn.grand jury certifi-
cate No 74 Feb term district court
' 370 Horace Straughn jury certifi-
cate No 154 Feb term district court
' 3fcW Harvey Iiecknell Grand jury
certificate No 82 Feb term district
• 474 Joel Rogers grand jury certifi-
cate No 92 Feb term district court
4 S72 T J Pogors grand jury certifi-
cate No 83 Feb term district court
415 Alexander, Savage grand jury
certificate No 89 Feb term district
4 860 G A Sears witness certificate
No 10 Feb term district court l^'.'l
• :<77 w h Hlmks grand jury certifi-
cate No HI Feb term district court
• 391 B C Hlshop jury certlllcate No
l.vj Feb term dist court 1894
1 3o; E ij Hndiberg graud jury certifi-
cate No 80 Feb term district court
' 439 A Banister grand jury certifi-
cate No 15i Feb term district court
30H W J Weaver grand jury certifi-
cate No ss Feb term district court 4.60
44 309 Jont ^miih grand jury certifi-
cate No S9 Feb term district court
1S01 5 60
" 376 G T Dawson bailiff certificate
No 10 Feb term district com ISO! 6 00
The board then took a recess until 9 a. m.
April 5tn IHiM.
J. B. UNDKl'W'OOD,
Clerk. C. A. Kkuso,
Ghm. Co. Board.
Thursday 9 a. m. lhftl.
Board met pursuant to recess. Preseut the
same as on yesterday.
The journal of proceedings of the previous
days session was read and approved.
The uoari" then resumed the consideration
or claims affainst the county and al'o-ved
claims as follows ui^ -, otherwise stated, viz:
No 443 11 B Crawford services as
deputy couuty attorney for quarter
ending Jan 1st 1894 pending on the
motion of reconsideration the ac-
tion of 3rd of April 1H94 was order-
ed allowed at 100 Oo
Commissioners Amberg and Rea
voting aye and Commip*ioner Kel-
so voting no
" 417 CF Parker fees Ter vs H A
Redman W 86
„ |;<o c I Darker - In-ri IT fees .sumq^on-
ing tailsuien dist court 1 95
•• 188 c f Parkersherlfl attending dis-
trict court Feb term 't;%00
" 424 C F Parker sheriff, services as
jailor , 90 00
44 431 C F Parker sheriff, postage
stamps and postle cards 4 50
•4 420 C I*' "arker sheriff fees ter vs-
J C Watts ♦ 75
44 4 1 8 C F Parker sheriff fees Ter vs
Jack Williams nl 75
44 4 31 c F Parker sheriff fees Ter vs
44 4 17 R D Mounce guarding David;
Kmorj s 4 50
14 281 F M Burdict sheriff Payne Co,
endeavoring to collect delinquent
taxes 1892 34 00
" f>l4 Hoffman, Charles and Conklln
groceries for destitute 5 00
44 526 s W Drovolt jury certificate-
No 166 Feb term disx court 1804 160
44 515 Hoffman, Charles and Conklin,
money loaned to county 128 00
'• 429 C F Parker sin riff fees summon'
ing grand jury district court 6 95
14 4^'s CF Parker sheriff ft«summon-
ing petit jury district court 9 55
" 406 1* L Ulani guarding Redman in
the sum of #11.oo disallowed
' \\ J Stfawcro ileputy siieri;' fees
Ter vs 11 A lied man in the sum of
$3 90 disallowed Same amount al-
. lowedC F Parker sheriff on claim
44 275 F M Burdict sheriff Payee Co
grand jury subpoeuias Feb term
1891 3 75
44 501 C F Parker sheriff guarding jail
quarter ending March 31st 1894 17600
14 525 R 11 Galyeti medical service to.
destitute 71 50
" 524 11 F Harrlman medical service
to destitute 4 00
44 435 Frank Diamond sheriff Qcounty
subpoeua witness grand jury Feb.
term 1H9 1 70
•4 497 W J Shawcross fees and expen-
se Chuston Insaue ft 50
" 606 W E Davis fei - Panton Mickey
vs Lincoln county probate court
dlssallowed. The same claim hav-
ing been disallowed July 7th 1893 * u
claim 5-JO amount of claim 45
•4 826 Elda Underwood services as
deputy county clerk istqr 1*94 120 00
41 ios WE Davis fees Ter vs Combes*
probate court I 00
•* 19l> VV E Davis fees Ter vs Mrs.
Lane probate court 1 00
44 150 \V E Davis fees Ter vs Jack
Williams J 1'Court ' I2 00
4* 4S0 W M Allison legal servlci Ter
11 A Hedman district court 25'X)
" 606 i • i 'a\fees * F Paikei vs
Lincoln county in the sum of f> oo
same claim having been disallow-
ed on claim No 5> of July 1st 1993
14 520 F B Hoyt day book for county
clerk 4 00
" 466 F. a Owens bedffend bedding for
ilist court Feb term 1*94 4 50
,, 522 AC Hriggs witness certificate
No 14V Feb term 1*91 district e. urt
44 890 C H Pumw'ell fees Ter, vs C F
Parker J P court •
44 171 C H Purswell fees Ter vs Chas
Borders probate court corrected
41 172 < H Purswell fees Ter vs Chas
Borders et al corrected and allow
" 4(w c H Purswell insanity case of
david meekes 14 10
The he • • hen adjourned until 9 a. m 1*94.
j 11. cndktwood. c. a. KKI^o.
Clerk. Ch'm Co. Board.
Friday v a m., April 5th 1*91
smmlssioners met pursuant to re j
t the same as on yesterday.
.1 of proceedings of the previous
was read and approved.
i resumed the consideration of
Board of c
, The journi
i-ialms against the county and allowed clalm^
us follows unless otherwise stated.
No 503 E E Friend goods for destitute 7 30
•' 530 Kuhn Bros groceries for desti-
tute persons 29 00
44 403 F M Brown J P fees Tor vs
Charles Wands disallowed for the
reason that the county is not
14 47(. Town of Chandler water hy-
t4 822 A A Beasler J P fees Ter vs
fees Ter vs Peter Washington
Total 3 io
•• 533 C F Parker Sheriff fees Ter vs
Peter Washington J P court
44 531 J B Underwood county clerk
salary 1st qr 1*94 less fees collected
4' 323 a a Beasler bailiff district court
Feb term 1*94 on order of district
judge in the sura of If1.'! 00 allowed
44V Robt. Jekins services as jani-
tor 1st quarter 1H91
325 A A Beasler taking testimony
Ter vs Parker
1600 A Kelso trip lo Kansas after
.witnesses iu the case of territory
529 Wm Talbert services Inspector
of elections precinct No 'JO 1892
4W J B Underwood county clerk
postage, box rent, and expressage
535 Gilstrap .vGilstrap miscellane-
ous .stationary supplies
455 G T Daniels laundry for jail
51h A W Farr aid in construction of
bridge across Robinson creek
J B Haggard services expert wit-
Mess inquest of Sarah T Hall
513 Gilstrap & Gilstrap supplies for
county attorney's office
353 M H Reeves whiskey for desti-
tute sick •
# 15V B F Harrlman medical service
rendered to destitute
407 A D Wright drugs and medicines
534 D N Frazier county attorney
stamps and box rent
400 B F Harriman services as mem-
ber of board of insanity
4M Frank Anderson witness certifi-
cate. No 107 Feb term district court
521 George Loekhart digging grave
for destitute person
350 D v\ illiams witness fees Ter vs
Tolliver J p court l Oo
440 Walter Thomson witnes
Ter vs Phoeba Tolliver 1 60
34V Benjamin Page witness fees
Ter vs Tolliver 100
477 George Gardener legal service
Ter vs 11 A Hedman district court
Feb term and services in the >u-
prerne court in the sum of 191 00 dis-
310 George Gardner^-xpense Incur-
red in prosecution of Ha Redman 590
271 George Gardner ligal servi
and expense incurred in prose
tion of H A Redman 115 00
110 C F Parker sheriff fees summon-
ing witnesses before the grand jury 82 *0
487 The Daily Leader in tue sum of 21V 55
supplies allowed at
The balance disalowed because
such supplies were not ordered by
the board of county commissioners
537 T M Peel J P transcript justice
fees Ter vs W C Watts
C C Conger constable lees ' 12 20
405 F M Hopper witness fees T
Shepard J P court
874 D F Qook witness fees T
Crlcejp court 1 80
440 W J Mitchell certificate No 121
Feb term dist court
4*1 1® S lloffmau & Co witness cer-
tificate No 12V Feb term dist court
1 sv 1 Geo Loekhart . 150
344 B F Ambler constable
quest of A Flint 3 00
51V J C Fletcher & Co hardware for
bridges 39 81
540 A J Walcott medical services
autopsy aud expert testimony al
lowed 44 85
dlssallowed on amount charged for
autopsy $25 and expert testimony
532 D N Frazier county attorney at-
tending justice Fallis" court, in
criminal case 00
44 530 D W Ulam salary as county
treasurer 1st qp 1*VI 25 00
less fees collected #18 50
4' W H Mason service in John Ches
ton case oi insanity 11 40
44 520 J C Fletcher & Co. supplies for
county 10 17
,4 437 W II Mason services on board
of insanity case of Mitchei Mc-
44 501 M D Losey salary 1st qr 1894
4" 510 F E Popp sawing lumber for
bridge . 14 22
44 45* B F Harriman expert testimony
Inquest of A Flint in thesum 01 31 10
allowed at 0 10
amount charged for post mortem
44 C F Parker witness certificate No
115 Feb term dist court lsji l 50
" 154Vi DVV l'lain witness certiflcato
No 168yeb term dist oourt 1894 1 50
44 L J Kulklosch services teachers ex-
amination ij no
44 250 H B Gilstrap services teachers
44 203 D L Underwood service* as Ci
teachers examiner y 00
4' 523 F A Nlbiack deputy district
clerk transcribing record in the
case of the Ter vs H A Redman for
the supreme court is 00
44 5 39 C handler Cemetery association
burial lot in cemetery for Yates 4 00
4' 517 J II L'nderw.ood transcribing
proceedings for publication 20 00
In the matter of the application of ,] F.
Moore by his attorneys. Cordell and Hash for
a quietus against taxes levied for the year
1*93 by reason of errom ous assessment on lots
9, 10, 11 and 12 in bloc.l; 14 in the town of Chand-
ler. Satisfactory proof of such erroneous as-
sessment and valuation having been submit-
ted, it is ordered that a quietus be granted
agains the taxes levied on lots V, 10, 11 anil 12
1)1 block 14 iu the town or Chandler in the sum
of W.HOon a valuation of #i;o, for the year 1*93.
In the matter of the application of ,i. M Tal-
bott, by his attorney* Kash and Cordell, for a
quietus against taxes livied 011 lots 20, 21, 22. 23
and 24 in block VI and lots 13. 14. and 15 in block
*0 iu the town or Cuandb r for the year. 1*93 by
reason of erroneous assessment and valuation
aud satisfactory proof of such erroneous as-
sessment and valuation hav.ng been submlt-
lt is ordered that a quietus be and is
granted against the the taxes of 1*93 011 lots
20, 21, 22,23 and 21 in block 91 in the town of
Chandler I11 the sum of seventeen dollars on a
faluationof H25. and on lots i t. 11 and 15 lu
otoek 89 in the town of Chandler for the year
1893 in the sum of *..40 ou a valuation of *37 50.
I11 the matter of the application of lienrv
Cfenshaw for a quietus against taxes levied oh
lot I in block si m the town of Chandler tor the
year 1*^3 by reason of au erroneous assessment
of such lot, and satisiactory proof having beer,
submitted: It is ordered that a quietus.bo and
is granted against the taxes levied on said
lot 1 in block 81 in the town of Chandler for
the year* 1*93 in the sum of *10.00 on assessed
valuation of #265. and it i* further ordered that
the sum of #255. be placed on the tax roll tor
the year 1*93 against lot I In block *0 in the
town of Chandler aud the taxes carried out
report of the county treasurer for tho
I quarter ending March 31st 1*91 approved
Official bond of F. M. Thomas constable of
Paw nee township was approved.
The quarterly fee report of the county clerk
was appro v< «1
The board then took a recess until 9 a. m.
Saturday April 7th. 1891.
J. B. UNt>KHW<><>!>, C. A. KELSO,
Clerk. Ch'm Co. Board.
No. li'i*. ( hicu'.ro 1 \pre.-s
No 40*. M • Uiver Express •
No 42-'. Way Freight
one-horse loun broker to do a jbb of
fresh and green when iu
us tt has dried out.
401 C II P swell subpoening wit-
nesses bt t 0 grand jury 12 6
400 C H. a 1-well fee* Ter vs D <>
M Rhea w . court 17 10
No. 4n::, Tt • >
No. lor. oklal:
No 423. Way Freight,*
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The Best of Everything in
Groceries and. Provisions,
At the Lowest Living Prices.
JAMES BROWN LEE, Prop.
Manvel Avenue, five doors north of old Court House.
W. H. WATKINS,
Contractor and Builder
Practical Stone and Brick Mason.
Cisterns and Chimneys a Specialty.
Work Guaranteed Leave orders at
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Chandler, - Oklahoma
March 30th to April 20th.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Phoebe Keokuk, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
executor of the estate of Phoebe Keokuk, de-
c^a>ed. to the creditors of and all persons hav-
ing claims against the said deceased to exhibit I
them with necessary vouchers, within six
months after the first publication of this no
tice to the said Moses Kenkuk"at his place of I
business at Sac and Fox Agency in the county
of Lincoln and territory of Oklahoma.
Dated at ('handler, Oklahoma territory,
March 2Hth. 1 94. Moses Keokuk,
By F. W. Hash, his attorney.
T^iken np as estray by J. Hosier on
fhe N. E. L Sec. 22. Tp. 16 range 2,
and posted before Goo. R. Partridge
justice of the peace in and for Iowa ;
township, Lincoln county* one gray |
pony 14 years old. l.'U hahds hijrh and
weio-hing about 700 lbs., bell on no oth- j
er marks, or brands.
j. b. Underwood,
Dr. L. A. K^lsey,
(Formerly of Chicago)
Office in Racket Building, four doors south of
t 9 to 12 A. M.
I 1 to Sr. m.
Will be absent from my office on Mondays
and Tuesdays of each wdek,
D. N. FRAZIER, Notary.
J. S. NEWBY
FRAZIER & NEWBY,
Attorneys At Law.
Office two.doors north of P. O.,
CHANDLER, - OKLAHOMA
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first door east
Wagon and 15lad
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PLANT FKIMtV's skk|)q
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^ nlxnit what to mix* unit how to
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Stop iit t ' '
The Manvel House
When in Chandler.
It is the oldest, best, and most
reliable place. Terms
Mrs. M, M. Egbert, Proprieties
fFirst Published March Wth.]
Notico is hereby given that I will offer
for sale, at public auction, and sell to tin
highest bidder for cash in hand at the east
door of the oourt hofte In the town of Chand-
ler, in the county of Lincoln, territory of Ok
lahoma, on the 14th day of April. IH0I between
the hours of h o'clock a m. and o'clock r m
of said day . and as nearly as may be at tin
hour or | o'clock p. m the following described
r.Tii >•«!:,,e. situated la the county of Lincoln
territory of Oklahoma, to-wit
Lots number oae (11, two, (2). throp,(3), four
fit. and six frt, in hlot-k number forty-tlvr
(45i and lot number nineteenMB.iln h'loek num-
ber fifty-seven, (S7] In the town of Chandler at
known and denominated on the reeordered
plal of said town, tak-n as th- ni „t
riiomasj. Taylor and Kme a. Taylor on' an
order of sale Issued out of the district court
of the countv of Lincoln. In the territory o[
Oklahoma, in an action pendlUK ther-in at' the
February term thereof, in the year l«94 iti
which action Frank s. Miller was nlalntlff
and 1 homaa .1. Taylor and Effle a Tayler were
defendants, and to me directed as sh-riti of
Glyen ulider my hand tills March Bth, 18SM.
C, F. PAIIKKK. *
J. W. ritAWFonn, Attty. for Plt'f. Slll!r"r-
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Requesting a copy of their illustrated
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w i. calvin,'
Tho Best Plaoi* in Town for a Shave 1
or Hum- Cut. Opposite the |
Post Oftice Block.
Cu 1 1 tu id See I J i i i i
IFirst Published March, lflth.l
Notice Is hereby iriven: That by virtue of
an execution issued by the clerk of the dis-
trict court, Lincoln county. Oklahoma torri
tory m fsivor of E. A. Wagoner and aeainst
I-rank Hooher and to me directed as sheriff of
said county. I will at sr o'clock i m. on th«
ChirleJ' anrt Jr T.,n 'rnnt H'1"'"""-
rw a,na. C™kl1" Bank in the town of
or Ak'i h h l'ol,n y lincoln, Territory.
0f,er for "iLlt- "l Public auction
the following personal property , to-wit
One sorrel horse mule obout'lSK hands high
and about 10 years old. one sorrel horse mule
about ti.', hands hiph and about 10 years old
'0.15ki about half worn, one
set of double work harness nearlv new All
2i!22";,9t00- Jrrms of swl'' 0ilsh n hand
^0 «s2, , alu n on execution as the
property of F rank Booher.
Dtoted the 12th day of March 1801.
C. F. Parker.
First Published March -.Mrd.
* by .1 M DIITenbaugh
thi s. \\ v, section 7 township in. nun
and posted before Joseph Turner Justlc,
the Peace in and for Pawnee township
howe pony with blaze face. .1 white
the hind feet and the left front Saddle ma
In pood order. Supposed to he six ,,r
Tears old. White spot low down on side
the size of a half-dollar. No other m u ks
brands perceivable. r marKs
J- ti. UNDKHWOOD,
First published March uoth.
thltfw^ec^wd;' l?"i on
before .I \v ilatiron, ju.stice of tin'" peace Vn
and for ( handler township (bie dark «orrel
pony mure .witheolt hyb r side,br i d. .1 -I
on rlj-'hl shoulder nrandul L
«l b. Undkhwood,
* , ClfisJi.
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, April 20, 1894, newspaper, April 20, 1894; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115513/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.