The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1894 Page: 4 of 8
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN CO.
H. B. GILSTRAP, I pniTnBQ
EFFIH i ill NI KAP, \
"Look out for Lincoln County"
^ForlVb ate t. Poiu i' HrNM>l Ki.tnn
X KA.V YOKK STORE
> ' ' * T
Announces to its many friends and patrons that we are yet in the lead lor lov prices and
Drop a postal card to...
Oklahoma Floral Co.,
OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T.
new goods and can only name a few ol the
| Host Indigo IHii- I'rlnt 5 Cents J Apron Check Gingham...
| (ierman 44 44 t4 lUCent*] . L. Muslin ...
I oil Rods .5 Cents I Ixmsdale Bleached
A large line Ladies', Men's, and Children's
I'HE NEW YORK STORE,
FOR COUNTY el.KPK
county clerk su, tect to the derision of tin re
publican fount convention. :uul if n«•niinat«*tl
,ir,i .'«•«' I -i.'ivp to perform th< duties of
it • uttln fur 11.' -a o> mI!i. i my , lerk
hire or additional cost to ih «ount>
K> -pecifulU. >•' AYAHS.
mm ay, .ivst th, is.ii,
Sf ptember i ighte< i nitv ' one
V\ l eII I inr .;t; . .'i:n;y W i- :•<>:ur.
\\ hat Miind t \ tan «• In r th the run"
Tlu i sandier NkW '.
MhI over since and lone and loud
What (■>ii-TT,P a.ns .ur cn.o,try proud.
Ami f"e* U" Cftl: n crow d
The (tjundlor Ni.w s
What's come *0 Lincoln h. ie to stay,
<•tai.il- .ii> i ■ no i ; tain v .\
Mid lot till' poopic lots Us HH\
rhe Chandler Nkw s
Where Is the place to g< t the n. wa,
For iittxcriising what toctmnse.
And *. ;m the den.o pop tin bhn -
The Chandler Nkw-
You know our little rhyon s arc true.
j'.i\ up arrears. give the "devil" lii ■ iIiip
And ;tn -ub.-cription prl ■< um 11 in v. r ruo
To tht' Chandler N i'.w s
Whkn is Oklahoma to have u Chou-
The iKipiilist announoou a miniature
fcako-walk for.Tuno 22nd.
IP I lie | >o|tH "k. t|> in thu mlddlo of
♦ hi' road" they will naturally "keep oil
TJIE Pull takes a ohoerful view of
the Iknuxrat s antl-fuHlon'proinuljfatlon
nml fototelltati adhesive fusion •rtth
the silver democrats.
MisitAID: The "principles" in the
# Omaha platform. It is feared that
the Kansas prairies opened and -wal-
lowed them up.
They toll ua thai this lb not a good
neason for fisli ami thus Ixiek up their
assertion that Orover did not t;0 fish-
ing on Decoration day.
Put your mm* to the ground1 Do you
hear that queer sound? 'Tls the Cox-
eyites skinnin' toward Washington,
thinn'in' the ranks of pop voters pro-
Dennis Flynn has succeeded in se-
ctoring an amondment to the legisla-
tive appropriation bill, apportioning
the Cherok ee Strip into I-1 council and
2!l legislative districts.
TilK r.liters of the Nl-'.WS !i <1 that
that picture in tho Kansas City
Times was sufficient chastening for all
the sins they have committed or can
commit during the campaign of '!)4.
THE Dfilldrr-Myer elaborates a table
to prove that in the illegal voting eon-
test for separate and mixed schools tho
separate schools prevailed. What are
you a-going to do about it, C. D. M?
The K. C. Star accounts for thoCox-
oyitc by saving that he is a grown up
"kid." It Is easy to believe that the
neglected or untrained child will grow
up a scornor of law, order, and indus-
Flynn Is a republican and •.lie Min-
strel is democratic, but there are not
strings enough in the country to pre-
vent our saying that Flynn is an in-
dustrious and competent delegate and
an honest man.—Minco Hfinxtrel.
Charles Daliikf.r-Meyer dosen't
know the meaning of the useful and
ornamental little chnracte*8 known to
many as quotation marks. We refer
him as wo once did his proeeoessor, to
MacKellar's American Printer. Sim
page lit under "Commas."
a candidate who announces "him-
self at this timo certainly cannot be
accused of having n record of which he
is ashamed. There will be ample timo
between this and and election to in-
vestigate every man s fitness for the
position to which he aspires.—OH'i.
The Wichita E<tgle is running low in
its supply of texts for harangues
against the woman sulTrago movement.
It twists the editorials of othei pa-
pers to suit its own purposes and even
trys to terrify every unmarried women
into silence by holding up to her tho
ghastly, grewsome future of an old
maid's existence. Tt assume- that live
minutes at the polls would change the
laws of God and nature and that tho
legislative amendements allowing
equal suffrage would undo womanhood
at once. The News is not In the suff-
rage light but it will continue to >l\-
prcss its opinion and comments on the
subject amidst such distractions a- sip-
ping tea, standing up for Flynn and
other good republicans, keeping an
eve on the d< in-, pops, and cats, and
advertising Lincoln county. We will
not My more at pre.- it. Marsh, lest
we-i'(i ;k your extremely delicate and
|\ rillliel. *
ted by conflicting report* as to wheth- ly thin* for the J'nh todo .to snee
er Hahy Ituth i- or Is not deaf. It the women of this town for their i.o
would be sad Indeed if the sins of est and sensible*xpre«lon of oph.i.
t!ii par. nt w. re visited upoIl a#d honorable ni-N.ion ..f one w b-
this little one, but the public would l"'"vc'n himself the friend of all ukla
letter iK'stow its sympathy materially noma.
upon charatl. - for unforlunatoa whos. ,, h<> VrmH , ,„lv,
frit nds cannot provide for them.
________ /\ll I'UII V ill^ in:i,iiniuu nw m"
Kansas, as nil the world know
good things we have lor you:
I Men's Good. Strong Sulta, $4.50 up TUC CnDUCD'Olv.
s. ti00 THE FARMER SO ^
I Ladles Oxford* • HiioH LOYAL FRIEND
| And Many <5ther liargains
it prices to suit your purse. ||
Chandler, Oklahoma m
..$1.35 and ii|
Requestlm. a eopy of their Illustrated
;;'K catalogue of |)lants, etc. It's a beauty.
Oklahoma's Agricultural p
Paper One Year ^
It is h small and unman- FREE SILVERV HOMES
<■ Speech, and Free Press, Home
Rule, Liberal Pensions, Pro-
tective Tariff. The Re-
• publican Platform
1 We drelaro our unfaltering alletriance to
tin pru.t ipl«-s t f the rehuhlir.in party as de-
< lan d by the Minncoapolis platform.
2 The present national administration litis
fifth hi < n a mu>!, inglorious failure lt.s advent to
: • V # . /-XI I V r I" 1 ha >een suceeedi'd b\ tip- prostration
rilK pop ex|.R?rimental station in annual meeting of tho Oklahoma etn- ,tl,■.,■ ry raneh of Iiusup-.- tip'«manufnctur-
Til,, il'iv 1,1 ' 1 ' |'.iV/.-.I capita1
OM W | ' • • ei from tho avenues of trade and
i «ift h tlie a:t, mlai < was -ma
. . in I'ti ri'diiced 1" lew -h, . . -t of production,
interest was great and tho'iutnri < <i- th«* minj-s h. . ■ bc« u clot <i h<-raihonds hiue
iff atr,! til.'
Iters and cltlasens successfully exertea reVBnueg otihe jfovomment have become in-
• h« 11 -«• 1 \ • to niakf it a nw. i;tM. : 1 '' -\v-ikv forth.
tlrst time sine
hollow fake. Kverybody heard how,
when the ])opulist> ^rot into office the
reforms would begin. Yet that a
greedy, no pot 1c, unscrupulous sot of of-
ficials dominate the state under the
misnomer of reform the world is also
eongni/ant. Times are hard and eon
fldence shakier than win a grasshopers
and uroughts were the states' portion.
Let t) is flat failure of ]x)p reform in
our wister state be an example in Ok-
lahomji. These promise s of reform
ami those professions of brotherly rov<
are specious: they are as sounding
bra^s and tinkling cymbals. Put no
faith in them.
We take pleasure in giving to the
public this week the announcement of
J. P. Ayars as candidate for countv
cl.'fk, :V «■> t to 11n- < .'isi« n of th
])ublican convention. Mr. Ayars is a
native of Wisconsin, fie served over
four years in the late war. being in
the 10th Wis. Infantry and in Elliot's
Marine Brigade. After his discharge
he went to Kansas and settled near
Junction City. For six years he was
probate judge and for t wo years depu-
ty county clerk of Geary#county, Kan-
sas. Mr. Ayars is personally and do-
servably popular, and is in every re-
spect qualified for tho office of county
clerk Iff will lie noticed that Mr.
Avars pledges himself to save the
county the expense of a deputy.
is it ltrsinkss*
Ts it business for a professional man
or business firm to withdraw advertis-
ing patronage from a paper because
they •differ politically? Do you sell
your wares or your services to those of
your own politics only?
Ts it business for subscribers to lot
their subscriptions get months or yonrs
behind?. Don't you know that to have
one or two hundred subscribers from
fifty cents to one dollar in debt is to
weaken the newspaper that is working
to build up tho county and make your
property more valuable?
Is it business for the people to ig-
nore tho newspaper tin til
favors from the editor's hands? Do
day for the journalist. Tho members est tu-arim -ond* ha. ! •< thrown upon the
present .-re enthusiastic and tho por-I forth* ruislm: money to
tion of the program pn^ented is high- rom.tt--nee has in-.
1 , .i ►.■nod order of hoi-:,-! \ has been destroyed; hun-
T .-.9 .. U|Uj Uiou*aii.l* ,,| hvbnr.Ts li-t\«• (.IM-II
nt the p ii.lie sat' t v
and wretch,-dne^N lia\e .sueeeeded happiness,
comfort, ph nt\ and contontment: and. impell-
ed by th- ,1,'Mierat « n of direst poverty, tin' un!
• x.tniph i ■ taclc is presented to the aston-
ishi ,1 a orld of thou.su n.ls of oppressed, able-
bodied American citizens marehing upon
Washimrton to<h-m ud relief of an incompetent
vacillatii.; and cowardly democratic con-
:? We declare that the democratic foreign
policy as Unstinted by the Hawaiin contro-
versy. tin on'y diplomatic incident of the ad-
ministration. has materially reduced the stand-
in:.- and dignity of the American nation among
the powers of the earth.
I We denoutice the -o called Wilson bill
as a threat itgainst the industries of the coun-
try and a tnenaci to national prosperity. We
declare for tie- McKinley bill as the best e^n-
hodinp«nt of a protective tarfff.
S We demand a high protective tariff on for-
eign silver bullion and the free coinage of tho
American silver product.
• The overninent owes ft debt to the citi-
zen soldi' rv which it can never paw The lib-
era pi ei otedbji suci ssh republican
worn en- j:di'_'ent soldiers and their depend-
ent widows and orphans, was a just and honor-
oratde r co - nition of this sacred debt. The old
soldier- are -iot m ndicants nor beggars plead-
iutr for c' nrit\ but they are the prefered cred-
itors of the nation They ask no favors: they
: II, . ■■ • I." ! tile sain, t r- a nt that
ndorsed. Roy Hoffnyin of th
Leader was elected president: Bert R.
Greer of the Perry Times, first vice-
president: T. F. 1 Tensley. ElKeno Demo-
rrnt, second vice-president: . Blon
Hutchings, Ponca City ('-ouricr, third
vice-president: Lon Whorton. Perry
N< ntincl, recording secretary: John
Golobie, Staff C*ipitrd% cor. secretary:
A. C. Dale, Newkirk Times, treasurer:
W. P. Campbell, Kingfisher, custodian.
An executive committee was appoint-
ed, also a committee to assist in his-
torical work. A new constitution and
by-laws wereadonted and it was decid-
ed to hold semi-annual meetings here-
after. Tn the evening a ball and ban-
quet was tendered the visitors by the
hospitable Guthrie people and toast-
making was a prominent feature. Tho
new officers are competent and earnest
and it is* l oped they will do some no-
table work for the association.
The Semlnoles held their election
Tho army worm has invaded the
Tito star player of "L" county base
ball team is a deaf mut§
A Mononitc settlement is being ar-
ranged for near Beaver.
Perkins has voted bonds for the er-
ection of a school house.
The Ryan Record litis added an edu-
cational column to its attractions.
Norman is putting on airs because
one of the hotels there has a Frcnch
Ralph Beaumont if* billed to hold his
congressional convention at EIReno
Perry is earnestly competing with
Guthrie: Ave shots were fired there
The Yukon 1!'/</.///i*uns an impartial
they want and well-filled department of territor-
i ial notes.
_ . . . ... , . .... I R. E. Stewart of the Langston City
you think he will fool much like giving , n ,/(/ announcos his candidacy for the
you a send-off when you have refused clerkship of Logan county.
or neglccted to u him your support The Oklahoma . tors ire not
until forced to fmm selfish motives?
Ts it business to let a homo institu-
tion struggle along when by subscrib-
ing for it. and advertising in it you
would be helping yourself?
homely as the Kansas City Times artist
makes thorn appear.—Traveler,
The Newkirk TieyiubUcan contains a
half column of such choice reading as
candidates' announcements make.
Osage Indians, namely Knock-em-
Tho Chandler News is republican in under-ground and L i v-em-iip-to-rnt
politics, but it is equally a newspaper, j.had an altercation last week at Still-
The local columns are of interest to all. j water village.
It hasUo largest subscription list and Thov aregoine to sink a test well at
. ' T . . Oklahoma C itv for oil and gas. I h<-
is best known territorially. It is here sllI.fa,.(, ,ras at 'O.
i been acc
. toother govcrment crcdit-
Undcrth present administration the man
a^epp utof the pen don department has been
placed in the hands of their enemies under the
control of those who were actively engaged in
the rebellion t- ainst the government, or who
sympatlr ed with the enemies of the country.
Instead of prompt and and speedy adjustment
of the just claims of soldiers, every obstacle
that hostile ingenuity can invent is interposed
to defeat them: new. strange and unfriendly
interpretations of the law enacted for their
benefit have been announced: the names of
thousands of pensioners have been arbitrarily
stricken from tht; rolls: the representation of
their claims is treated as attempts to rob the
government and the men to whom we are in-
debted for tlie preservation of the American
Union are openly denounced in the most
7. We denounce the s^peal of the federal
election law as tin outrage on an honest ballot
and a fair cornt as an attempt to protect the
democratic party in ballot frauds in the large
cities of the north and to deprive of a free bal-
lot the -j.DDO.OfW freemen of the south as a de-
termination to perpetuate in power demo
cratic states, municipal and congressional of-
fleers, against the majority wish of the people.
8. There being now no law providing for
legislative apportionments, or for an election
by the counties opened to settlement last fall,
for members of the legislature of the territory,
and the number of the inhabitants of this ter-
ritory being L't eath increased by the new lands
opened to settlement, therefore we nsfe con-
gress to at once cnact legislation for the pur-
pose of enabling th-- entire territory to be
properly represented in the territorial legisla-
n. The freedom of speech and the liberty of
tin1 pre--s are rights guaranteed to the Amer-
ican people by th- constitution of the United
States, and an attempt to curtail or abridge
these rights is a serious menain e to our insti-
tutions, v hich must be sincerely deplored by
all thoughtful citizens.
it). We enthusiastically endorse the work
fttul record of our delegat' to congress, Dennis
T. Flynn. He has more than justified our con
llder.ee in him. and we hereby express our
gratification at his able and brilliant record
Earnest and untiring in his work for the entire
territory, careful and solicitous of the personal
wants of his constituents, regardless of party,
able by his personal force and popularity to
command assistance and support in his work
for the territory, be has shown the qualities of
an ideal deb at
11. We believe that it would promote the
interests of both w hit- -> anu Indians in Okla-
homa if con- re-s should pa.^s .t law authori/.-
;ng the Indians t" - '1 part of their alloted
I lands, or -<> amend tlfr leasing laws as
The Home, Fir hi and Fnmim b
is the only agrioultuarl jour- 2j
nal devoted to the interests of v
^ ihe farmers and tho material Ei
resoereos of Oklahoma and ^
pioa tho fndian territory. Tt is n v
1 reliablo. bright, clean and well si
nrinted 1fi-page maga/ine.anrl ^
e'. deal? with the snee ial wants I
of the agriculturalists, fruit ■<
^ growers and stock raisers of g
•jew the territorv. and has special ^
wj 'lonartments devoted to Ae/ri- ■■
^3 cultural Matters. T/n'p St nek. |5
'vii TTnrticulture, Ihiiryirxt. Pnul- k
trii. An>culture, Ycteri' ary. Tte- r
SP? Market ronnrts, IfnmeCir- I
dp. Ymtiw Folks, Far,. Oreian-
i^ettienx. Cemr span elf ce% Fdi- -
tf>rial. Etc. . f
The manao-ornent and edit- g
^ ors have had mnnv vears of j
Rueeessful exnerioneo with :
this class of nanovs in tho WoQt, >
and have selected this fertile '
and beautiful count rv as the k
HS bes' possible location for a •
hi^b-cinss a£rricuHn*,al lour- j
nal. Thev are making it fitly :
and trnthfuTlv reTirepent the £
cla^s fo which it is devoted, r
and there is not a farrn ^r in £
m ^ his countrv that can afford to ,
do without, it. Tt is issued "
5j@ monthly at Guthrie, and is ;
•.rra only "0 cents a year. r~'
stray bv O. J. Rower on tho >f.
IS H. east, and posted before
Iceland justice of ihe pence in and for
Cimarron township Lincoln county. One dark
brown mare podv about 0 veaas old with a
white star in the forehead with sm ill opei\
brani ' n the le ft shouluer with black !e,/s and
fei ■ Also one stud ccit anout years old
with white hind feet and legs, mouse color.
J. II. Underwood.
l?enli7ing that we could not fur-
nish our farmer renders with a more
valuable nromitim. we have pur-
ehas^d 100 venrlv subscriptions to
the Home. Fbhf nml Fnr>im f,n. and
will present each of the first inn far-
mers who subscribe or renew their
subscription for the Vfw<? with a
vear s subscription to that most val-
This most vtmordinarv offer is
certainlv one which even* farmer
should tnke ndvintacre of nt the ear- %
liest possible moment.
Taken tip asestriys bv Oilbert For«rue on
the N \V. qr . sec 1'mp 1"> k. fl east and pos-
t.-ii i.efore W. . Clark just'.. of the p- acr in
i d for Fox township I. ncoln countv. oklaho-
n.a territory on ih<1 third day of Mav 180t.
One roan party mare with colt, branded
on left shoulder: one black ponv mare with
colt smail white spot on forehead, same brand,
two i "nii pony obits no brands: one bav ponv
colt white strip on forehead, no lira rids. All
appraised at WO.OO. .1 11. Underwood.
Xo. 4rtfi. Chicago Express
No. Pis, Mo. lfiver Express
No 422, Way Freight
No. ion, Texas Express
No. 107. niuahoma Express
No 433, Way Freight.
* 35 a. m
.3:90 p. in
1:05 p. m
u "0 p. tn .
t :0r, p. m
11:10 a. m
l. r. dklanet,
Agent nt Guthrie.
N otlee of I n corpora ti on
Notice is hereby given that there
will bo a meeting of the qualified vo-
ters of the territory knf wn as the town
of ingram and described as the south
half of the north east quarter of sec-
tion ten, township fourteen, ranffe two
east, at the post office building in safu
proposed town on the 2r>th dav of May,
A. D. 1804. to determine whether such
territory shall be art incorporated town.
J. 13. Undkrwood. c. A. Kelso,
Co. Clerk. Chm. Co. Board.
to stay, but it, like other business en-. for all purpose J , ,
' 1 authorise the leasing for periods of at lea
terprises, must have support, it blows rhedems are trying to wafm up (en years, or both. And we approve the bin
its own horn and makes its own
poals. This is business.
i ill' coin*
ap- to campaigning. The Peri
lias reached the stage where it refers
to the opposition as "henchmen."
Hill 1)alton*s vagories are accounted
for* Ho is a pop. The Stillwater Cnn-
i (tor announces that Wm. Dal ton is
Sentinel now pending be tore congress, introduced by
our th leg;,ic. providing relief in this matter.
1', \V, iiemand the repeal of all laws which
by construction or implication require pay-
ment of any kind or character, from the bona
tide settler upon the public lands, and that our
reprt sent.itivi* lu c.«n r- -s be instructed to use
...... I'Vevv elTot-t to s.c:i!- e n a •' t men t Of -tn It
The I'ub was in a dilemma last week. .lMti'0..; ,,..i ..x pounder of uonuli<t doc- ,i,v-' as silicon v. •. to :h- -etti. r in good faith
aui.noi i-.i it i xpounucr ui pupuu. i uoi his homestead. unvex«>d by any lien or obliKi,
The Corps resolutions endorsing trines. ! tions. at : ny time after fourteen months' ai
1 rr'1" tow,tftri"l 1 lual se---teSmi.-.. th. . urpetlms polk., thrust
territory in t) face .>f a denjonstra
Rev. Hamlev vice-president. Miss Nel-' tul capacity of -eif-gov rnmcnt, and we de
lie Whitfield secretary, and C. M. Bos- ; jounce the method ot opening the cherok.
Flynn were presented to it for publiea- ' The territorial Clp 'stian Endeavor- tuj' s€\v,1.<",
tion. They were signed by the wife of a ey elected W in., lilint-o jiresi 1« nt. |upon.thi> n
prominent populist, the wife of
Wheat harvest begun this week. .
Welcome showers fell Tuesday after-
Fishing and croquet parties are very
Mrs. Ariffethis visiting friends in
Mr. Meyers is having an addition
built to his house.
George Dastiller went to the Sac and
Fox Agency Saturday returning Sun-
Mr. Schneivens has taken his baby
home. Mrs "Pokeshas kept it since its
The Baker S. S. will assist the S. S.
at Stroud in preparing exercises for
The singing school will close next
Tuesday night, The pupils are well
pleased with Mr. Smith's instruction.
Misses Viola and Jessie Wickershsm,
of fall River. Kansas, are • visiting
friends here and in Lone Oak neigh-
borhood. They are charmed with tho
appearance of our country.
He goes away to Ruzzard Bav.
And knows that money's tight:
The countv calls, and i irover bawls,
To h^l. -I've gofra bite
Where will you celebrate?
FIot. Dusty. We need rain.
Clifton now has an attorney.
Frank Lay ton and Mr. Amicte are in
Rev.'Thomson, of Chandler, preach-
ed in Clifton last Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m.
A. D. Meeker, one of the city's rus-
tling farmers is in the city with hogs
for the market.
Why not all of tho county join to-
gether and have a rousing celebration
at the county seat?
Vour correspondent had the pleasure
of attending the I'nion Sunday school
at Chandler Sunday.
Andy Niblack is a delegate to tho
populist congressional convention
which meets at Kl'Reno.
First Published May 18th.
Land Office a* Oklahoma Cltv, O. T.
May 1 Ith 1804
Notice Is herebv rrlven thnt the following
nameil settler has tiled notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before T?eg
i -■ er -md Keeeivi r it Oklahoma ( t v. on Juuo
30th, 1891, viz.
i v the < f ., , r Tp, i ' N Ranre t east
He names the following xrltncsses to provr
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land.
Rusiel Lattimer. Owen Watkins. Joseph
Sprii/s. and .lames Ran' in- all of Clifton. O T.
Any person who desires to protest against ■
the allowance of such proof, or who knows of
anv substantial reason, under the law and rof-
tilations ot the Interior Department, why such
proof should not be allowed, will be trlven an
opportunity at then hove mentioned time and
place to cross-examine Ithe witneasesof said
claimant, and to offer evidence In rebuttal of
that submitted by claimant
,H M. Dlbi/V.
♦ First Published May 4th.)
Land Office Oklahoma. O. T.
May 1st. 1^94.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make tlnal proof in support of his claim and
that Said proftf will be made before Register
and Receiver at Oklahoma. O. T ,• .Tune llth.
IS9-4. viz William E. Otrs for the N. E. Sec.
•' Tp. 12. R. 6 E., I M
* He names the following witnesses to prove
Ms contltHious residence upon and cultivation
said land, viz:
Tr,.nco (;0re. J ames Lamb. F. D Farrier,
an h. 11. Thomas all of Sac and Fox Agency,
Any person who desires to protest against
the allowence of such p«-oof. or w ho knows of
any substantial reason, under the law and the
regulations of the Interior Penartmeni. why®
such proof should not ne allowed, will be given
an onportunith at the above mentioned iim"
and place to cross-examine the witnesses ol
said claimant, and oflt r evidence In rebuttal
to that submitted by claimant
R M. Dll.T-FY,
First published May 11th.l
Land Office Oklahoma Citv, O. T
May nth. iSftl.
Notice is herebv given that the following
named settler ha- tiled notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, ami
that said proof will be made before the Regis-
ter iind Receiver nt Oklahoma City O. v. on
June 18th. 18i 4 . \ 17
Richard E. Wade.
for the N. E. Sec. 6, Tp. r.\ N. R. 1 East 1
He names the following wtnesses to prove,
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said lnnd. vW.
Tnomas W. Wood. James Rankiirs, .lames
W. Hi lion. .1 't. Koonce. /ind W. A. Scott, all
of < lifton O. T.
Anv person who desires to protr--t against
th allowem-e of such proo', or who know s of
at., substantial reason, under the inw and the
rei ulatfohs of the Interior I>enanment why
such proof should not f allowed, will be given
and opportunity nt the above mentioned time
and place to cross examine the witnesses of
said claimant and to offer evidence in rebuttal
of that submitted by claimant.
H. p. St JOHN. Atty for ( iaimant.
equally prominent democrat, and the
wife of a leading minister. To refuse
to print these would bo bad polities.
It would be unwise to offend the popu-
list from whom it draws sustenance;
with an eye to fusion the democrats
must bo kept friendly. It the Pub
printed the notice the pop authorities
might feel affronu d. So it compromis-
ed by giving tho resolutions to the pub-
lic and then gave the ! v >fief Corps a
writeup, accusing the ladies of par-
tisan intent. It is nothing uncompli-
mentary o the i 4U ps to be denominat-
ing a''republican aid society" if this j maiaria fe\
were a truth. Tho Corps is discrlmi- , Singing school at
nating, merely. It knows n >od thing Tuesday nights.
when it sees it and propos, s, so far as Several of the farmer
it Is a >1<. to let well enoug h a o le. I tt 1 cotton.
member- though'not voters, show much ^Us.N
waiting on the sick.
worth treasurer for the ensuing year, t, !U V and disregard for ti . i,,-st welfare of the
I I people. We declare the territorial democratic
"All the way the the old partie, .. .. I ^imlntsln.Uon to b,. puoriU- u.ul eltb.h an at
me, and thay robnea me overv nay. nut t, ni.,, subvert to p, monal inter*-st the af
now I am a populist, and" I will got an fai -ot th pt' ■'••
oftico in the same way." This i- a |K)|
refrain a3 heard by the Stai
There was ''soul-inspit'in:
trust that it did not grate i
litieal ears of some of the
our band music did on th
n the po-
ars of some
t>f our c t i/t'tis on the-ait i, da .
Karlabaugh is getting hotter.
Mrs. Qui not! is very sick with tho
demand statehood for Oklahoma in
the quit ke-t and htsi way it can be obtained,
submitting that a territorv containing 350.000
stalw trt. intelligent p' oni' . and *iOO.OOtl.uOP of
taxable wealth, is entitled immediate «clf-gov-
Rev. Longaere s son has gone to Missouri.
Wm. >upp. who had a partial stroke of pa-
ralysiis last wcei. has recovered.
st returned from the city
Tnke up as estray > \ Wf Freeman on the
ST. E Vi' Sec. IS 'I' 11 (• iri,j posted be
iHark. Justice of the peace in and
What has become of the corresnon- ' for Chandler t. wn-hip One brow mar. nbout
, * .1 ,, ,■ -w- i i ii 0 or 7 years i.Id: left hind foot whit* '.ran*le<
dent to the /!< awcrat. U ish he OOUld on right fore shoulder, thus tar in fori h* ad,
hear ti good speech once: perhaps he j about it hands high. -h*>e3 in rront
had better come to our republican -1 u- Urdbrwoop.
, • „ 1 County Clerk.
3 show that passed through Clif- ^
ist Saturday was presented to the '
3 o'cloc k :
the f.' \
- . at the residence of
Thomas 11 Feel and Mi-s carr were
narried by Re\. Whitaker.
Mi.-- \ ra lb a lion has been >;■.< nding the
iei x a! the \ . !ie\ taking care of Mr- .1 11-
'harl* s shop in her absence.
hue pith. T Mr isclton is chain
Id hero on i
Notice is herebv -lven that at a >. Bion of
i ,* oi ii i . . i the board of commissioners of Lincoln countv
people of (-hand el last Sa utda\ ni..ht. j oklahoma territorv held on the ;;r, day <>t
Such shows as that never stop in a town ( Mav. a n i^.*i, a p. tuion signed bv <; i,
like Clifton. • i drace and others of Tohee township asking foi
I a view and a surve\ for the purpose of locating
Di4B, Mrs. Wrti. Oerardv at her certain county road described as fol
1.-.. K...I.U,. Between ucttonH thirty-one n.1 thin
rs and \
ill meet at thr
common corners of sections 17. 18. p.i. and -.V in
said tow ushio. on th« ■ 15th dav of June. ts<u ;,j
| 11 oclock A M < t said dav and pro, ■ e.i to view
; and survey said road, and givi all parties
ty of crops | Done > y order of the board of t 'ommiss
nse of our loners of Eincb ii count v. Oklahoma Territ«it v
" 13. L'NDEKW.Mtp,
morning of congestive fever. She was ! ty wa-present* 1 and that Eli w
highly ispected by all who know her. £ J). weeks, ami... erg. .loix* \
wi. .ti- i .. i McKimmey, countv surveyor, w
she was a christian and ti leader
hureh ;md Sunday school work.
better judgment than many who are.
It is anxious that the old soldier shall
be l>efriendod and does not want his
welfare trusted to unproven hands. As
to the Corps work we are Informed
that most of the comfort and aid it has
extended has been to families of sol-
diers who vote the populist ticket. We
are assured that no thought of |H litios
has entered the mind of the good and j
A six months' school commences at
Anvil the firstof June.
We are needing rain, -nunc of the
gardens are dying for ti e want of x
There will lxi some large fruit on ' •
Robinson creek. The hamnftcks are iantilivst
full of pairs, anyhow, n. >mn
School at the Karlabaugh school rh. pr,H
• house will be out the ^th of June. The
ndanco was twenty-five. | !,aci'
loyal women of the Corps who willing- which is v. r* o- } fc th. > time
ly spend and are s]>ont in the service of; and warin,wcath Maud Farr teach- "
the populist, democratic, or republi i61** mi unusuu
No wlw r can such a largi
b- i is in til.lahoma.
long planting or growing season. In Mnrch
lettuce, young onions, and radishes can be
gathered from the gardens for the table, nnd
crops can be harvested as late as the latter
| part of October. The crops tthat are leaders
. U ,h. >. It P<M,t ! tn th. - !i. V T6B-11 su.\v.,sfully Vot
i-s, i..Mi l l r " , \e 1 drug on'v : . r . •, an early sprii. • but there is
V •• oral jvardl \- i dav iir all of the long summer that
. n. - Whit. . i ha plain of
■ .-.nd a short a idre-. b\ R.-v. there s not a cool breeze blowing. Frequent
I'll,* choir ret. ■ re I -hp rains in n. ■;-summer bring back the spring
"v!. Uel't Aottthee"S5on3 n,t'he nights are delightfully cool iji
' ibe .'ti'i v' Ma•. :Mth. an early i July and August The fall and harvest time
■ mie pouring iu from >i, direc- j is the most delightful time of the vear in
. mbled at the arbor in the grove, oklahoma, and as tin nirmer brings his crop
--ed i drill by tlie >■ I sobuers
r and others made short mi ; to market he feels abundantly repaid for his
- • ■
>:i . u ii u h was ' i "i:. halt 11 le weather continues well iuto December not
ed to the cemetery and decorated
comrades and friends Hum. came f'",ineml\ up to Christmas, at about which
oved a lias'., t diu.ier. In the ! time it begins getting colder January,
■ Era r.et ,ro\ e i.o,, ''" • - • * < d th« •. .'h sant in the. extreme, is the only
111 ppv. s of mu* C sp lb- - etc ....
, lhi-y had -pent the da> lu 4l>h1 month, and thus- the Oklahoma season
\ ce 11 e u t ur an n e r com 3 and go.
To be published from May llth to June 1st
In tht * .rote i • , ovt-t of Lincoln countv, territo-
w of Oklahoma.
In tht matter ,,t the final Settlement of th«
estate of Th- « lore A. Taylor.
Not-, e's herebv : i\ *n that W. T Meiford
administrator of the estate of Theodore
Ta lor deceased, has rendered hi- accounts
t- r ti 11a i i .. tie nt of sa Id est at.. •\
bat" e..;]vt of Li u-rtin eoiintv Oklahoma a-i.|
that the espue is now reaitv for filial settk'
ment Old distribution and that tip- jud*re of
-aid on . i ha.- appolnte.i Saturdto . the sreoml
day of .It i-'.m. for ilisetiletnent or -am
e-lab .t which time ill parties iuterented n,
said ■ II. .i<"• ■ I t .'.t lo appeur at the coi r.
1,1 *li'' "t " handler. Oklahoma at tla
of tr-ii o'clock \ m and make know?,
1 11'' , o'"if ;"i \ th-\ have, t. i tt'
"■•'"1 11 i'l,..n'e.'r,V.u! ,,,u ||,.. p
V H Jh. 'N
• I'ml.,.1. .Hi.t,.
s' ai v. Ca \ i i
ii ttorney fur Admistra * r
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1894, newspaper, June 8, 1894; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115533/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.