The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, June 1, 1900 Page: 2 of 12
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THE CHANDLER NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNK 1, 19o0.
Mrs. Lydia Amberg died at
her home, -Lydia postoffice, Wed-
nesday, May 2V, after an illness
of two weeks. Slid was born in
Canada in 1845 and was married
in 1871, at Girard, Kansas, to
Capt. Jacob Amberg. Five
children were born to them, all
of whom are living. Mrs. Am
berg had always led a Christian
life; after coming to Oklahoma
she united with the Baptist
church. Her funeral was con-
ducted by Rev. Jas. Whitaker
and Rev. C. R. Stevens. It was
very largely atlended and the
services resembled those of a
Decoration • Day service, both
from the floral offerings and the
number attending Mrs. Am-
• berg lived a quiet life, devoted
to her, home, family and friends.
The entire community will long
miss her and sympathize-with
the' husband and children ti)
* whom tne loss is irreparable and
"Hut God knoweth best; *
We know that He watches the Sparrows
. . that fall.
Hears the nrleved cry or the sail heiirts that
Friends, husband, children, He loveth them all,
We can trust for Ihe rest.'
The News unites with Capt.
Amberg's many friends in-ex-
tending to him and his childrert
Hon. Joy. McNeal, of Guthrie,
has a plan for the nominat ion of
Delegate Flynn for the fifth-time.
Instead of the usual delegate
convention he would have a mass
convention at Guthrie, composed
of all the republicans from all
the counties, practically. This
. would be a great boom for the
town of Guthrie and the sugges-
tion, you will observe,* comes
from a Guthrie citizen and busi-
ness man. It would be more
„ forcible if it had originated with
an Oklahoma CJity man for in-
stance. But, eliminating the
selfish considerations of Guthrie,
it. is an attractive plan and would
be a fine way by which to honor
Mr. Flynn and one which would
meet w7ith general approval-
Mat hi an Stuck barber, aged .V.I years
2 months anil lit ilavs, died at the resi-
dence of his daughter,, Mrs. G. N.
Bilby, on May 21 and was buried with
Masonic rites in the A O. U. W.
cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Mr.
Stock barge!- was born iti St. Louis,
Mo., in 1841 and was a member of
Company G. 1(1 Illinois Infantry,
having enlisted in May, I8(il and
served throughout the civit war. He
leaves a wife and daughter to mourn
his loss, Who have the sympathy of
all.—Alva Courier. «
Mr. Stockbarger was well
known in Lincoln county, where
he resided until several mouths
ago. His many acquaintances
will regret to hear of his death.
The salutatory number of the
Glencoe Mirror is at hand. It
is edited by J. Hunter Williams
and from appearances will amply
till the long felt want at Glencoe
which it is intended for.
Numerous deaths have occur-
red of late in the Indian Terri-
tory from the drinking of various
"bitters" and a certain brand of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Chandler, Oklahoma.
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Authority to Begin Business as a National Bank.
TREA SURY DEI A RTMENT,
Office of Cqmptuolleu op the Currency. .
Washington, D. C., May 15, 1900.
WheReas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made
to appear that "The Chandler National Bank" in the town of Chandler, in the county ot
Lincoln, territory of Oklahoma, has complied with all the provisions'irf the Statutes ol the
United States* required to be complied with before an association shall -lie authoiizei to
commence the business of banking, n
Now Therefore I, Thomas P. Kane, Deputy and Acting Comptroller 01 the mi
cv, do hereby certify that "The Chandler National Bank' in the town of Chandlei, 111
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ie county of Lincoln, and Territory of Oklahoma, is authorized to commence the bui?
' banking as provided in section hfty-oue hundred and sixty-nine of the Revised St;
of banking as provided
of the United States.
In Testimony Whereof witness my hand and seal of -said otnee this
—'— , Fifteenth day ol' May, litOO,
) SEAL ' T. P. KANE,
I —i—. J Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency.
. . , No. 5354. •
Name Changed to "First National Bank of Chandler."
N o. 535-1.
Office of Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, D. c , May*22, 1900..
WHEREAS. by satisfactory evidence presetted to me, it appears that under l.l e autlioi ity of the Act
of Congress approved Mny 1, 181M>, entitled ''An Act to enable national ban ing associations to increase
theircapital stock and to "change their names or location," share-holders owning two-tftirds of the stock
of the national banking association known as "The Chandler National Bank," located in the Town of ('han-
dler, county of Lincoln, in the Territory of Oklahoma, have voted to chance the name of -aid association
to "The First National Bank of Chandler," and have compiled with all the provisions of the said Act relative
to national banking association changing their*names,
Now, Therefore,*It is Herkby Certified that the name of the said association is changed to
"The First National Bank of Chandler," and that such change of name is approved by me in accordance
with"the provisions os the Act aforesaid.
IN Testimony Whereof, witness my hand and seal of office this Twenty-
second day of May, A. D 11)00. , • .
CH*ARLES G DAWES,
Comptroller of the Curretaev.
India Famine Relief.
The following relief Committee has
been designated for the territory:
Gov. C. M. Barnes! Guthrie, chair-
man: Hon. J. W. McNeal, Guthrie,
treasurer; Bishop F. K. Brooke,'"Guth-
rie; Hon. D. T. Morgan. Perry: Presi-
dent D. R. Boyd. Norman: Hon. J. W.
Shortel, Oklahoma City, Hon. D. K.
Cunningham. Kinggsher; Hon. C, O.
I Slake, El Reno.
While Lincoln county is not
represented on this committee
there is no doubt but contribu-
tions from our citizens . are
needed. Money can be forward-
ed to to any of above-named com-
Summer Tourist Rates to Colorado
Summer tourist tickets to
Denver, Colorado Springs and
Pueblo will be placed <Mi sale
June 1st. and sold daily up to
and including September 15th.
1000, with final return limit of
October 31st. 190O. Stop overs
will be allowed on going trip
after reaching first Colorado
common point; Return trip
must be absolutely continuous
passage commencing date of ex-
ecution by. Joint Agent.
A. J. Corkins,
Card of Thanks.
Lydia, Okla., May 28th.
To the noble women of Lydia
I who, with sympathetic hearts,
! ready and willing hands did so
| much to alleviate'the suffering
I of our wife and mother; to the
large concourse of friend's, thr-
j Masonic brethren and comrades
of the Grand Army of the Repub-
lic, who followed Ihe remains to
| the grave, and to those who have
! sent us letters of condolence, the
tievs. Whitaker and Stephens,
who preached the funeral ser-
, mon, we extend our sincere and
j heart-felt thanks. May a kind
I and merciful providence guide
and protect you all.
* Jacob Amberg,
Two of the very best farms in
Lincoln county, 100 acres fine
j bottom on each, must be sold at
once at best prices offered. This
is not overflow land. The two
j farms adjoin and will be sold
| together or separately, at half
I their value. See 0
* J. B. Drake,
Winfield Chatauqua Assembly.
For the above occasion wb will
sell tickets to Winfield at rate of
. one fare fare for the round t rip.
Tickets on sale June 2<>th to i!r>tli
also on June 2(5th to July 2nd,
| with final return limit of« July
j !lrd. Going trip to commence
; on date of sale and continuous
passage in each direction.
A. J. Corkins,
Agent Santa Pe.
Odd Fellows' Election.
At,the meeting of Chandler
Lodge No. !>, I. O. O F. Monday
levelling the following officers
were elected to serve from July
1, 1900, to Jan. 1, 1901:
H. G. Burt, Noble Grand; J.
W. Mac key, Vice-Grand; J. B. A.
Robertson, secretary;F. L. Burt,
representative to Grand Lodge;
W. N. Warren, Alternate.
; We are prepared to make farm
loans <ft lowest rates and on easy
terms. Interest payable annual-
ly, with option to pay off loan or
i any part thereof at or after one
! year. Call on me at the Mascho
i building. F. W. Rash.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, June 1, 1900, newspaper, June 1, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115927/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.