The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1900 Page: 4 of 10
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TilK CHANDLER NEWS. FR1I A\, JUNK
i i t
Big Shipment of
tho, Nwwt Shap;-
All the Latest Styles!
We propose to
increase ourshoe business
100 per cent, in 1900.
Are making prices to do it.
NOW is the Time
To Buy Your SHOES!
Biggest Stock ever
brought to Chandler to
select from. Hore value
for your money than you
ever got anywhere.
Come in and see for
New York Store,
Lon Scared up.
The Perry Sentinel says:
"Now that the republicans have
nominated Roosevelt for vice
president, the Sentinel is in
favor the democrats nominating
Dewey for vice president at the
Kansas City convention. Dewey
broke the backbone of the Span-
ish war when he entered Manila
bay and destroyed the Spanish
fleet, while Roosevelt marched
up the San Juan hill on foot, and
is termed the "rough rider" of
the American army. Let the
American people say who is the
real hero of the American-Span
ish war—Dewey or Roosevelt."
Five instructors have been
added this year to the corps of
instruction of the University of
Oklahoma; ti professor of anatomy
and director of physical training,
a professor of modern languages
a principal of the preparatory
school, an instructor of geology
and an instructor in Spanish.
Prof. L. W. Cole has been chosen
principal of the preparatory
school, Prof. C. N. Gould, of the
University of Nebraska, instruct-
or of geology and Prof. Maxwell
Phillips, of Ann Arbor, Mich.,
instructor in Spanish. All the
added work will be presented
with .thoroughly up to date
equipment and library. The fall
term begins September 11th,
1900. Catalogue and full infor-
I mation can be had by addressing
I Pres. David R. Boyd, Norman,
Thomas Glenn, of Clifton, was
WorUipsday and received
from Colorado a mountain lion, a
black bear, a cinnamon bear and
a deer, which he killed while in
the mountains last spring and
left there to be mounted. The
resemblance to the originals was
well preserved and attracted
considerable attention on the
Mrs. Bellamy, wife of Senator
Bellamy, of El Reno, who died
recently, had been twice married
Her first husband was killed by
injuries received in the opening
of the Strip. His was the third
loss sustained by the A. O.U. W.
of the territory.
Perry democrats held a con-
vention at which all the colored
population were candidates and
elected three porters to travel
with their special car .The po-
sitions are chief guard and shin-
er, chief cork puller, chief dust-
er and shiner.
Series of Sermons.
July 1, "Man—The Crowning Creative: Ac I."
• 15, -Mind The Engineer or Human
• .'1 "Conscience—Man's Moral Monitor.
•• 29. "Man's Spirit Nature Thi-Link that
Hinds hitn to an Unseen Destiny .
Aug. 5 Man's Immortality - Is it a My tu .
12. "Shall we Know Kach Other in the
Land to Which we tfo?"
•• 19 "Is Heaven a Keulity, or a Theory!
•• 26, "I.S Hell a Scare to Annoy us, or a
All who are interested in tin*
discussion of these subjects are
earnestly requested to be pres-
ent. Preserve this announce
ment for reference. If for .any
cause any one or more of these
subjects b j not <;ivoii at the time^
as announced, thefommitted one
or ones will be taken up on Sun-
day evening following the close
of the above announcemvnt.
To the People of Chandler.
We wish to express our thanks ■
to the people rff Chandler who.
donated mondy for our comrade,
Brice ljeach, who was wounded;
in tne Philippines during this
By J. B. Foster.
Made in all the newest models and
leaders in strictly exclusive designs.
They have a national reputation for
genuine corset worth. Send for our
illustrated price list.
KALAMAZOO CORSET CO.,
Sole Makers Kalamazoo, Mich.
For sale by
I See You are Here
Yes we are here and will paint or
house. Best work 1;
and lowest prices, in Chandler.
All work guaranteed. Phone 29.
Wahken & Tillotson.
J. n ARC US,
All kinds. All prices.
Open night and day.
Chandler, - w Okla.
An Assyrian peddler of cheap
jewelry induced a married wo-
man of Mulhall to elope with him
1 to Arkansas -City. There thn
I glamour wore off and she wrote
i to her father to come and take
her home, which he did.
A cyclone at Buffalo and
! Range, Beaver county, did con-
I siderable damage, destroying
property, injuring people and
! killing a boy. This was on .June
18, when a wind storm visited all
| parts of Oklahoma.
James Walcher was arraigned
in the Kingfisher county district
I court to answer to the charge of
of the murderof Col. John Stone. ; nrr T)rfT A DTI TTV
A plea of not guilty was entered, j fcL [ AbILI 1 I
He will not be tried at this term
i of court.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Lorry, of Kay
i county, came from France 50
| years ago. They have been
! married over HO years, the hus-
band being 81 and the wife 78
years old. Both are hale and
Harry Forsyth, of Shawnee,
attempted suicide by taking
morphine last week. His sweet-
heart, Carrie Baker, had already
tried it by shooting herself.
Both lives were saved. It is said
a judicial barrier prevents their
j native blue
floors of Pawnee's
building will be of
limestone, which is
blocks seven inches
thick and ten feet square.
A wedding in high colored life
was that of Prof. J. St. Cyr
Tucker, of the Langston uni-!
versity, and Miss Baker, a teach-
er in the Guthrie schools.
Mrs. J. A. Davis, then Miss
I Kerns, taught the first school in
the Strip. It was in a tent on
; her claim, near the present
townsite of Glencoe. Mrs. Davis
now lives at Nardin, Kay county.
Papers published in some of
the land districts are so crowded
these days with final proof
notices that they are compelled
to put out supplements to make
space for their column of local.
The editor of the New Idea, I.
S. Drummond, of Beaver, has
been obliged to abandon his pub-
lication, the ill-health of his wife
demanding a change of climate.
Alfred Jennings, sentenced to
life imprisonment for train rob-
bery at Chickaska, has had his
sentence commuted to live years
by the president.
Is not altogether a matter of
Clothes, but 110 other one
thing contributes so directly
towards gaining the respect-
ful attention of those with
whom you come in contact as
A GOOD SUIT Of CLOTHES
It doesn't cost very much
more to be well dressed than
to go looking shabby, if you
go to the right, tailor.
the Tailor will dress you well at
a moderate cost.
1 am prepared to give the
best terms on farm loans of
anyone in the county. Loans
maile from (i mo. to 10 years.
Payments can he made .on
principal at any interest pay-
ing date. Private money; 110
delay; your patronage solicited
II. I!. WEI,TV.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1900, newspaper, June 29, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115931/m1/4/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.