The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1900 Page: 4 of 12
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THE CHANDLKIi NEWS. THl'IvSl>.\V, Al'CUST Hi.
I Interesting Paragraphs.
Territorial Events. 5
Hennessey has two city parks.
Talk with Hoover about farm
Sapulpa is to have an ice
Talk with Hoover about Farm
and overall factory.
I will give you quick and cheap
money.—M. W. Lynch.
"Nigger-shooters" have been
abolished from Muskogee.
The El Reno Democrat doesn't
show any enthusiasm over the
fusion congressional nominee.
J R. Burton, the Kansas
j orator and senatorial candidate,
; will visit Oklahoma during the
"Whatever may be the outcome
Guthrie has gone after a shirt: we will hold an indefinitely", is
Minister Conger's plucky de-
It should be unnecessary to
state that Mr. Gassaway, who is
; running for office in Payne coun
| ty, is a populist.
Cash paid for poultry and The Osage election has resulted
eggs.—P. A. McWet hy. j in the victory of Big Heart, of
Machine shops are being put j the pull-back party. Big-Heart
in at Guthrie by the Santa Fe. J is a fu" blood.
,,,n, rr. . , r • Near McLoud Sunday Thomas
"The History ol Language is T. , . . , .•■' . .
rn . rr I > .? i, Nichols was killed by being
temple Houston s new lecture. ,. J ,
1 thrown trom his wagon by
Blackwell is to have a fall | runaway team.
festival and carnival iu Septem-: That fusion convention at Ok-
laer- ! lahoma City acted as a mint, they
Take y<yir poultry and eggs to 1 put Neff in a populist and he came
P. A. McWethy and gel the cash I out a democrat.
for them. j The Muskogee Times tells of
J. L. Admire has been nomi- Join? Garrett, a remarkable cow
nated for commissioner of King- man who neither swears, drinks,
fisher county. nor uses tobacco.
An immense peach and plum Hie Indian territory towns are
crop is reported from the vicin-1 all worked up over the chance to
itp of Ardmore.
The battleship Oregon will
come home with a patch on her
hull. This was the normal con-
dition of the American laborer's
trousers during the late demo-
c ratic administ ration
People who talk of.this country
backing out of free silver if it
proves dangerous demonstrate
their ignorance of the question.
. It would be a case of damage
It's a shirt waist campaign „nce come could not be undone.
Oklahoma. In fact it is very Wh >vi a
The Win field Smith affair,
which caused such a sensation iu
Guthrie, lias been dismissed,
Mrs. Smith deciding not to
appear against her husband.
A swell wedding, according to
Osage ideas, was that ol I all Elk
and Mary Red Eagle, at Paw-
huska. The bride was consid-
ered to be worth forty-five ponies.
,. . When a person loses money
probable that this shut waist thr, r]l carelessnes8, or other-
idea which is such a fad a"?<mg wjse mRV t-,e recovered or the
eastern men originated m Okla- ^ made" good in some way.
homa. When a* person, however, loses
The Kansas City' Journal and credit by cheating, it is not easy
Kansas City Star each contain to get it back. Probably the only
interesting writeups of Delegate way is to go to a new land and
Flynn, his family, and his career and start all over again. Nations,
with cuts of members of his however, cannot do that There
Governor Roosevelt is to make
several speeches in Kentucky.
He will give the democratic lead-
ers of that state an exhibition of
straightforward and manly polit-
The Texas democrats are en-
The hot, dry August p o he-
sied for Oklahoma has been
verified so far.
participate in the street fair of
an Arkansas town.
The fusion forces in Canadian
is no way for them to hide from
the scorn and contempt of other #
The country is still waiting to
get a final report from Mr. Sul-
zer as to the distribution among
among the widews and orphans
of fallen Boers of that £18 and
gaged in alively internal rumpus, some odd cents left over from
The "Boxer" element is bent on the $1,800 collected at the Wash-
making trouble, and intervention ington Pro-Boer meeting. The
by Chairman Jones's forces may , reason for the delay must be
hp nef'pssarv i that the democrat politicians on
j his committee could not be got-
Miss Dorothy Flynn is her | ten t< gether for final action on
father's stenographer and con- the surplus without consuming
'fidential clerk. She* opens and more than the amount of the sur-
reads all his letters. Just re- plus in champaign and cigars,
member, this when tempted to The facility with which nearly
write to the delegate and give $^800 could be dined and wined,
him a cussing . away by his committee was so
„ , , , . ,ln . well demonstrated, that it would
Mr. Bryan oncht to beahlo b. ^ unnecces3ary further 0I.
raise a substantial sum aihon^ nT1 „ mono-m* $18 rem-
i'iie iusion iorces m uiiuauian «. • , - ; -periment on a meager
county wjll hold a primary elec- British shipbuilders and nant.
Bryan's campaign plans in-1
.elude the use of hot air in the
tion and name the result the
! democratic ticket.
i ness. Will do. you a favor in
Be sure to see W. C Hoover ! thja ijna Correspond or call.—
before making your application \«j VV.'Lynch, Stroud.
for a farm loan. rrn r, , . m.
| The Per.ry Enterprise-Times
The Kingfisher Bank was has a special write-up of Perrv's
closed this week by W. S. Search, business men and firms in the
bank commissioner. j edition of August 9.
The Red Men at El Reno dedi- i Before you borrow on'your
cated a new wigwam last week farm call on me. 1 will mark
and entertained 500 guests. ; your call profitable for you M
W. Lynch, Stroud, O. T.
Boys and girls can get all kinds
of supplies for school use at the
City Drug Store.
The Otoes' annual dog feast
: took place near Red Rock last
| week. Pottawatomies and other
South McAlester will take a tribes were in attendance.
float and join in the procession j If there is anything on earth, D „ T , _
at Ft. Smith's street fair. ; that a fusion
pop is more bitter | dinner pail. . hig even Mr. Bryan. Manila
Wanted To exchange Stroud ' Sdlt^ * ^ *1 "If "imperialism" is the "par-' ehTrliT house only through"tne
lots and some money for a good , middle ot tne roaa populist. | amount issue, why was free silver ; vif?ilitnce of Americon troops,
farm.—M. W. Lynch. j The papers keep saying that|inserted in the democratic plat- wf^() were on gUar(i duty the
cent events have tend-;F,ynn has been n°minated the|form? In 18-. (i the democrats nifrht that Aguiimldo had sot for
owners because of his
an ti-American ship subsidy bill i
plank in the democratic national
platform this year.
Copies of The Chandler
News are worth 5 cents apiece.
single numbers Don't ask us to
give you one if you are not a sub-
scriber or an advertiser. "N ou :
don't ask the grocer to give vou
a box of matches or a cake of
The American cow has felt the avenge crimes
effect of republican good times, committed, but can never restore
Her value has gone up about *10 the lives of people thai have been
since 18!)"), from $21.95 a head to already massacred. Iu the Phil-
about 83L60 a herd. She has ippifies the use.of American
also had to supply morojnilk, be-1 troops has prevented the perpe-
cause of the demand attendant 1 ration of such horrors as have
on the filling of the workingmans shocked the whole world, incfud
There is an interesting subsid-
ence of the hue and cry from
democratic sources about "mili-
tarism". The phenomenon has
been' coincidental with Bryan's
long silence about China, atid
final confession that the adminis-
tration was doing the right thing
there. If "militarism" is right
in China, as Mr. Bryan admits,
why is it wrong in the Philip
=v Troops in China may
that have been
ed to take the barbed wire edge
of the word "militarism".
Some nice cool unfurnished
sixth time. It is the fifth time.
! There is luck in odd numbers.
sought to get free silver in
through the front door. This
tliev are trying to sneak it
rooms for rent. Inquire
Choadle & Sehlegel's.
That model newspaMr-OHAN- y™;; buck door under
News has changed its! thecloakof "anti-imperialism".
Canadian county will build
three new steel bridges across
the Canadian river this fall.
Your application to prove up
made out free of charge.
W. C. Hoover.
Dr. W. P. Baker, who has
started to China, will be the
State Capital's special corres-
I day of publication from Friday
1 to Thursday.—Southwest World.
Mrs. W. P. Baker, wife of Dr.
Baker, recently appointed U. S.
army surgeon, has applied to
Red Cross authorities for posi-
tion as army nurse.
The Medical Iconoclast, a pub-
lication in the interests of the
association of liberal
physicians, and dentists, is to be
printed at Guthrie.
the general massacre of all Amer-
icans and European in that city.
How about the old adage that:
"An ounce of prevention is worth
a pound of cure
The tears of Senator Teller
flow on very slight provocation.
He wept at St. Louis in 1895, and i
the moisture took possession of
his eyes at Kansas City last
month. If the senator will take ,
the pains to investigate condi :
tious in his own state, he will as-1
certain that a great many of the
surgeons, men who have been following
him have dried their eyes and Sold Only, bv J. MARCUS
returned to the republican fold. The Furniture Man.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1900, newspaper, August 16, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115937/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.