The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1900 Page: 2 of 10
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THE CHANDLER NEWS, FK1DAY, MAIvCH t, JWK)
CHAS. fc. bILLINGSLEY, President,
JOHN M. HAJ.E, Cashier,
BANK OF CHANDLER
Does a General Banking Business.
Aggregate responsibility of Stockholders $200,000
Your patronage solicited.
Corner nth st. and Manvel Ave.
Now They are Here.
The Scandinavian Quartet ap
pea red at the opera house last
Friday evening, under auspices
of Norman lodge No. K A O U
W It was a stormy night and
the audience was not a large one,
but an appreciative one. The
entertainment lasted for two
hours, and at its close it was the
universal opinion of every one
who heard it that it was the best
m usical entertain moot ever given
in Norman. Every song was
encored and the select reader
lared a similar fate. If the Scan
diriavian Quartet should ever
visit Norman again the opera
house will not be large enough
to accommodate the jx^ople that
will want to hear them. There
is a wonderful gulf between the
entertainment they give and the
entertainment furnished by the
average traveling troupe After
the latter entertainments you
generally go home wishing you
had your money hack; but after
hearing the Scandinavian Quar-
tet you will be glad of your in-
vestment. People's Voice.
At Christian church, Saturday
night, March A, under auspices
of Ito.val Tribe of Joseph.
Don't Miss It.
The Star Store will sell, Wed-
nesday, March 7, 10 dozen fine
custom made skirts, worth *2 25
A musical and literary enter-
tain meat will be given on Friday
evening. March Hth, compliment-
ary to Mr. A. A. Bass. The pro-
gram will be as follows:
Piano Duett ^ialop de oncert
' orue t Trio
Mrs Collar and Mrs Puuie
VoettJ Boio- Islbure.
Miss Sibyl Jennet
i iiie < ripple Boy Kii*.v
Mule Quartette Just a Sou'# at T wliitftc
Messrh. Muns. Kuapp. Ash too and Billiard.
Violin hu\o Sel'M-ted
Mrs H< >\ Huff ma ti,
Tenor Solo For AlJ Kteruit.\ Mancberoni
Mr A A Bass
Kecitatiou A I Joys Soliloquy Miss McKay
Vocal Duett S w eet Suruujertide White
M notes Marion and Annie AIHmod.
' ornet Holo lieujcijjbrauce of H vritzerland
Lib era ti
Mr. J F (dollar.
Violin OblU<aLo l>ori* Nevio
Misv Maud ('onklin
TbeUld St reet l^anjp Miltou
Koocuey Koocbe v Koo
A 14 < AsLtorj llass and Collar
(iood Bye. Sv eet Da.\ Vaunab
Mrs .1 h Forii>.
Mal«- Quartette A Basket of < 'liestnuiK Parks
Hesitation Keeiu TIuukk Field
Tenor Solo A May Morning Denza
Mr A. A Hast.
Mixed Quartette Twilight at Sea Sudds
Mrs I'ortjK, Mish Jenness Messrs. Bass
fhe colored school in district
22 commenced last Monday ....
The Prairie (Jem literary will
close Friday night.. .. Wm. Suth-
erland, of Paradise Prairie is
visiting his uncle, who lives near
here ... Petitions are being cir-
culated for the purposeof having
school districts 22, 23, and 24
thrown into two districts, there-
by making the districts three
miles square instead of 2x3. C.
W. C. T. U.
The Frances W illard memorial
services at theM. E. church were
largely attended by our citizens
and proved of great interest,
Altera lengthy and interesting'
program a collection was asked
! for the memorial fund and the
| congregation responded quite
liberally. A number of new
members were secured for our
: local organization and at the
'close of service the members
tarried for the completion of
organization, and decided to meet
every two weeks on Wednesday
at 8 p. M , the first meeting being
called for February 21. at M. E.
church.—Mrs. C. E Ferguson.
Notice to Debtors of Samuel Ellis,
Chandlkk, Okla., Jan. 11, I9u0.
All |>ersonfc indebted to the es-
tate of Dr. Samuel Ellis, de-
ceased, are hereby notified that
said estate is being settled under
the orders of the probate court
of Lincoln county, and all per-
sons owing said estate are re-
quested to call and settle with
the undersigned administrator,
and save costs of suit.
A. M McBlHjnnby;
Don't Misjs It.
The Star Store wi'U sell, Wed
nesday, March 7, in dozen tine
custom made skirts, worth ¥2.25
for ♦1.25. '
Euri- :u Harness Oil it the best
preservative of ikw -: Mier
ami in, beat renovator oi inct
leather. It oils, ■otteri~, Uack-
ens and protects. L so
^ « i
r LHi 1 r-
on your hwt harnooB. j*(
ness. and your carri:i_--"t< ,
will not only look r -*tt« i
longer. ftold erery wti re ti
Biz**- :-im hnlf rt t ti-,
AJa-t by Kl AX.iAi.ii OIL
'"Orloff's Russian Grippe,
' ough, and Cure is a reme-
dy that ought to be in every
family. Rev. S A. Bakek,
COUGH and COLD
"^lou certainly have a
very valuable prescription
in the formula for Orloff's
Russian Grippe Cough and
< old Cure. 1 have used it
in my family with astonish
•T. S. Williams, M.D.
I'ricc 25 and 50 ccnts.
Orion s HK> HusKlan Liver Hills. ?5 pent-
"Best on Earth."
Sold by A. I). Wright,
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1900, newspaper, March 2, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115914/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.