The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 19, Ed. 2 Friday, January 28, 1898 Page: 1 of 5
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THE CHANDLER NEWS.
CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1898.
Chandler Can Give Valuable Pointers to Shrewd Investors.
John Embry, . .
ATTORNEY AT LAVA
County Attorney of Lincoln Co.
Office at the Court House.
Will practice in courts of O. T.
Office 1st door north of the P. O.
Chandler, —:— Oklahoma
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Chandler, —:— Oklahoma
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Mascho Building, Rooms 1 & 2.
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KANSAS CITY JOURNAL,
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Barbed wire at Anderson's.
N. B. Eggleston was in town
Buy your furniture of Maxwell
Anderson's is headquarters
The real agents agents are as
busy as bees.
Dr. Wiles, of Carney, was in
Anderson can supply you with
Teachers' examination today
J. M. McCoy is building a feed
barn on his lots.
Now is a good time to get some
of your friends to subscribe for
Cheap Honey to Loan
Plenty of cheap money to loan
on Lincoln county farms. Low
rate of interest my specialty.—
E. W. Hoyt, Chandler, Okla.
Farm Loans—12 per cent in-
terest. No Commissions. Prin-
cipal and interest payable at my
office in Chandler. Money ready
as soon as you sign the papers.
F. A. Niblack, Chandler, O. T.
Fam L oans.
We are prepared to make farm
loans at lowest rates and on easy
terms. Interest payable annu-
ally with option to pay off loan or
any part thereof at or after one
year. Call on us at the Mascho
building. Rash & Harvey.
Mrs. Mary Green is able to be
about without assistance.
One-half wool ingrain carpet,
40 cents, at Maxwell & Sands'.
Dr. Bradley, of Davenport,
made a trip to Mulhall last week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Frazier
returned Sunday from a trip to
Old Mr. Holland is building a
residence on lots north of R. B.
Anderson will have the very
best seed potatoes and will sell
them to you right.
J. J. Merrick and Miss Mer-
rick, of Iowa township, have
been visiting in Kansas.
H. B. Gilstrap went to Sac and
Fox agency Saturday and is
spending the week there.
Anderson will sell you barbed
wire so cheap that you cannot
afford to go to the railroad for it.
H. W. Stubbletield, of Iowa
township, is in Guthrie, seeking
appointment as court crier for
Monday night's storm aroused
the usual apprehension and
many sought the shelter of the
Anderson will take all your but-
ter, eggs, chickens, and turkeys
you bring and pay you the high-
est price for them.
Twenty-five bales of cotton
came in Wednesday evening in
one string from Stroud, Lincoln
Master Harry Reeves was sur-
prised Monday night by a party
of his young friends who spent
a gay evening in games and such
recreations as young folks oest
Monday's Wichita Beacon.
. Word comes from Sapulpa to
the effect that work will begin on
the Sapulpa extension of the
Frisco at that point this morn-
ing. It is stated that 200 teams
are now camped in and around
that town ready to go to work.
The road will be pushed through
to Oklahoma City as rapidly as
possible. There are now enough
ties piled up in the yards at Sa-
pulpa to cover an area of seven-
St. Louis Republic: General
Manager Henry Wood and Traf-
fic Man ager J. F. Holden, of the
C. O. & G. R. R., were in the
city yesterday. Mr. Wood is
returning to South McAlester
from Philadelphia, where he has
been attending the annual meet-
ing of the directors of the road.
Probably the most important
matter considered was the pro-
posed extension of the Choctaw
north from Shawnee with a view,
as was stated in last Sunday's
Republic, to retaining the vast
cotton trade of Lincoln county,
Oklahoma, and the region that
will be tapped by the Frisco ex-
tension. Mr. Wood states that
the directors passed a resolution
ordering a survey of the propos-
ed branch to be made at once.
The design now is to pass direct-
ly through Chandler, the county
seat of Lincoln county, and on to
Stillwater. This branch will, if
completed, almost parallel the
Santa Fe and the Rock Island.
The promptness with which
the Choctaw officials are taking
up this matter shows the great
importance of the territory
through which the Frisco exten-
sion will pass. Under present
conditions it is drained by the
Choctaw, but when the Frisco is
completed it will take the greater
part of the business unless the
Choctaw protects its interests.
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A. J. Cokkins, Agent at Guthrie.
Choctaw, Oklahoma, and Gulf.
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7:25 a. m
I St. Louis,
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11:57 a. m.
Wister, Leave 1:30 p.m.
South McAlester, " 4:10 "
Shawnee, " 7:35 "
Oklahoma City, " 9:05 "
El Reno, Arrive, 10:05 ° "
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J. F. Holden, Traffic Manager,
South McAlester, I. T
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 19, Ed. 2 Friday, January 28, 1898, newspaper, January 28, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117006/m1/1/: accessed February 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.