The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 19, Ed. 2 Friday, January 28, 1898 Page: 5 of 5
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Anderson's is headquarters
Money to Loan
On good Lincoln county farms:
FRANK A. XI BLACK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Anderson can supply you with : SFOTAHT
seed potatoes. chandler, okla. teu
Anderson will always take your
produce and pay you the highest
price. / #
Stephen Provolt is. back from
Colorado much improved in
Mrs. Albert Strader went to
Guthrie last week for a visit with
Hendon and Weaver were put
under *1,800 bonds for assault-
ing and robbing L. J. Stanwood.
D. S. Yates and his sister-in-
law, Mrs. Yates, were pleasant
callers at th6 News office yester-
Anderson will take all your but
ter, eggs, chickens, and turkeys
you bring and pay you the high
est price for them.
Jas: Ashton, a brother of P. A-
.Ashton, arrived Friday from his
home at Guthrie Center, Iowa.
He is looking at the country with
a view of locating.
DeClairville & Galloway's
show will arrive here about
Monday. The bill announce a
variety of attractions which no
doubt will entertain those who
Mrs. Scott, of Lake Charles,
La., is visiting D. W. Ulam's
family. Mrs. Scott is a sister
of the late Mrs. Ulam. She. has
several children whom she thinks
•will locate in Lincoln county.
Prgf. Bayes advises the dig-
ging of cyclone cellar at th e
school house. Such a provision
would be a wise one and the
board should see, that the child-
ren are offered this means of
l irotection. .
Oklahoma City Jan. l'(i, 1898,
To Commercial Club of Chandler:
Contract signed. Work to
commence not later than Febru-
ary 15th; be.completed by Aug-
ust 1st. I will arrive in Chand-
ler Friday evening, Jan. 28th at
C. G. Jones.
The above telegram tells the
condition of our railroad today.
Mrs. J. F. Ayars has returned
from Guthrie. •
Walnut bed room suits, *10 to
*14, at Maxwell & Sands'.
See that 50 cent ingrain carpet,
all wool, at Maxwell & Sands'.
Anderson will always.take your
produce andj>ay you the highest
. Anderson will always take your
produce and pay you the highest
Elegant walnut and oak dress-
ers, *7 to *12, at Maxwell &
Tfye Peters S^oe Co s shoe
Always gives satisfaction,
are stylish, made of the best
material, and will tit large,
small, wide or narrow feet.
Prices to tit either the fat or
„ lean pocket book.
! According to tne shoe, walk-
ing is easy or painful. We
! try to make your way easy
with the right kind of shoes.
Mistletoe coffee is the best.
Same price as package coffee at
Don't forget that Mistletoe cof-
i fee at Anderson's. As cheap as
Anderson will take all your but-
! ter, eggs, chickens, and turkeys
j'you bring and pay you the high-
j est price for them.
The Hew York Store.
F. M. Pearson was down from
Carney Thursday. Mr. Pearson
is a good hotel man as most peo-
ple in Chandler can attest, and
he has some thought of coming
here in the near future, to run a
hotel and livery stable.
Prof. McLean, who conducted
the county teachers' institute
so acceptably last summer is now
a dental student in Philadelphia.
He has abandoned teaching as a
profession and as soon as his
course is completed will practice
No cure, no pay, that is Por-
ter's Antiseptic Healing Oil is
sold for burns, barbed wire cuts,
scratches, cracked heels, saddle
galls, old sores, and screw
worms in cattle and all kinds of
inflamations on man or beast.
Price, 25 cents. Sold by A. D.
Hon. A. C. Scott, whom most
of our citizens know and admire
as an orator and scholar, has
been appointed to t lie chair of
English at the territorial Agri-
cultural and Mechanical college.
Mr. Scott is a brother of W. A.
Scott, of Clifton and of W. W.
Scott, of the Shawnee Quill.
Jan. 21,. Chas. H. Ballson to
I Iola Sebastian, Clifton.
Jan 22, Matthew Griggs to
Allie Mock, Parkland.
Jan. 23, Cornelius Lewis, Hold-
enville, I. T., to 'Mary Vaughen,
Jan. 25, Ernest Ballard to Lena
J ohnson, Guild.
Win. Lacorce, Lydia, to Delia
Tunnel, Sac and Fox.
Jan. 2(5, Chas. H. Guild to
I Stella Conard, Arlington
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Qrape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
A SHORT LIST OF PRICES.
Salt iuirt pepper stands 2c
2 large boxes carpet tax 5c
Wall la S P. metal reflectors .25c
Ladies' hemstitched hdkfs !c
2 quart corn popper • nc
110 page tablet ...3c
SO page tablet ic
Large sauce pans <>c
Egg beaters :sc
Large iron spoon 3c
Golf caps 25c
Tea steapers tic
< lothes pins, 3 dozen for 5c
Men's half hose 8c
Ladies' hose 8c
Children's fleece lined hose 7c
3 quart bluing pail I0c
Large wash basin 8c
In the block north of the post-
office. Call and see us. •
WRAY, RINER, & WRAY.
[1-28 to 2-18]
In the district court of Lincoln county, okla-
Harrison F. orvis, Plaintiff, I
jane orvis, Defendant, |
I To jane Orvis, non resident, defendant:
] You are hereby notified that the Plantiff,
Harrison F. Orvis, tiled his petition against
you in the District Court of Lincoln County,
Oklahoma Territory, on the 28th day of ..mniir-
ary. 1808, the object and prayer of which is to
obtain an absolute divorce from you from the
I bonds of matrimony on the ground of abandon-
I ment for more than a year last past. That un-
j less you answer the petition of the plaintiff on
or before the 14th day of March 1808, said pe-
tition will be taken as true, and judgement
against you and in favor of the plaintiff for an
absolute,divorce from the bonds of matrimony
will be rendered accordingly.
Louis K. Pitts, Clerk of District Court,
iSeal] by Frank A. Nibiack, deputy.
j 1 £ ITT K N HOtjS E & FRA/.IKK.t!
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
, CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
| Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use |
in time. Bold by druggists.
North Room of the
Lincoln County State Bank
W. I. CALVIN,
Jl _ — " Hfctrhier,
First Door South of the P. O.
Chandler, - - . . Oklahoma
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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; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117006/m1/5/: accessed March 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.