The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 24, Ed. 2 Friday, March 4, 1898 Page: 2 of 6
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Mrs. J. W. Feuquay is sick matrimonial.
this week. « > George Mayfield, of Posey, I.
D.N. Frazier drove over to ! ^ i and Leona Duffy were mar-
Stroud today. ried by Judge Cordell on Peb. 24.
New spring millinery at Mrs. I Murion M 8ton®',,f Arlington,
W. A. Smith's. jandLillieL. M Glimp, of Sac
! iind Pox Agency, were married
Spring hats and flowers at by Rev. C. R. Stephens,*on Feb.
Mrs. W. A.Smith's. 127th.
Andrew J. Champ and Lillian
P. A. McWethey i,s running
"city transfer, No. 1."
The postoffice site of Anvil has
been moved one mile southwest.
V. Jenkins, of Keokuk Fall, were
married by George R. Holmes on
Frank H. Coyle and Emma Os-
Rev. Tenney will preach at the trander, of Wellston, were mai-
court house Sunday evening. ried by Judge Cordell on Febru-
• Sidewalks on the west side of ary 26th.
Manvel avenue are beinglowered Chas. H. Arnold and Cora M.
to the proper grade. " ! Allenbaugh, of Chandler, were
liev. Rowe will preach at the ,narri^ b/ J" W' Pinion on Feb-
D„ . . • , , 0 , ; ruary 27th. •
Presbyterian church Sunday on i A , ~ ,
Sunday morning and evening. ! r> ' ^ '' \'.n a"t et,a S.
Poynter, of Chandler, were mar-
Bishop Brooke preached at the i ried by the probate judge on
Presbyterian church yesterday ; March 1st.
evening. i Licenses have been issued to
James Gardiner, of Chandler, i ^e following persons since our
has been granted a pension of ^ast report: -
six dollars per month. j " ' homas Bailey and* Matilda
James, of Sac and Pox Agency,
on Feb. 2f>th.
A. D. WRIGHT'S |
i ^ drug store, |
§ ^ book and news depot i
§ — fi
* Is the place to go to when you want to buy . 1
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass,
Putty, Wall Paper,School Supplies, Etc. J
| First Door South of Post Office |
CALVIN & PRICE Money to Loan
• • 0 On good Lincoln county farms:
The best shop in Chandler and one of the FUAMv A. XIBLACK,
tlnest shops in the territory. The
best service. Your pat-
First Door South of the P. O.
N. M. Manns, of Shawnee is in
town this week looking up a lo-
cation for a bottling works.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CHANDLER, OKLA. TKR*
Egg'S. R1TTENH0USE & FRAZIER,
Adelbert P. Nichols, of Stroud,
and Carrie Heuston, of Flynn, on
March 1st. «
Riley P. Elliott and Mary
P. A. McWfefhy,
13 for 50 cents
Office on Manvel Ave. In The
Mascho Building, Rooms 1 & 2.
Claim with 45 acres in cultiva-
tion one mile from Chandler for
rent. Enquire of W. A. Smith. Rowland, of Chandler, on March
Will Lumley^s house and Jer-
sey Salmon's are among those
interfered with by the right .of
Mrs Frank Anderson gave
birth to a babe Tuesday. The
infant was stillborn. Mrs. An
derson is getting along nicely.
^mery Foster, Rash & Harvey,
case: Selvania Ross,
daughter of Wm. and Mary Mc-
Govtrn died Wednesday night,
March 2, from a severe burn re-
ceived Peb. 23'. *
On Wednesday evening, one
Read about our clubbing rates week ago, she was washing near
with the Sunday Globe-Demo- the camp fire, when the strong
••rat. Here is one of the best wind which was blawing drove
—A ttorney-at-Law ——
Will practice in courts of O. T.
Office 1st door north of the P. O.
Chandler, —:— Oklahoma
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office in the Mascho Building.
offers wl have ever made.
All those who have taken ad-
vantage of the News clubbing
rates previous to Peb. 15 and
have failed to • receive one or
more of their papers should no-
tify us at once.
the flames under a log which lay
between her an$ the fire, which
caught her clothing, and before
the flames could be extinguished
she was fatally burned. Drs.Pa-
gaines and lledrick attended the
case but in spite of all they could
do she was a great sufferer un-
J. M- MCCOY will doall kinds
" of carpenter
work for you and will do it as
neatly and promptly as any one
in the county. He will make es-
timates on short notice on build-
ings of any kind.
You should see him be=
fore letting your contract.
Dr. L. A. KELSEV
Office on Manvel avenue, East of
the Public Square. Office
hours 9:00 to 12:00 and
1:00 to 5:00.
A. E. Vandeveer, of Tryon, til death came to her relief
dropped in today to advance his . The deceased -was born
Shop and residence one block
north and one-half east of the
subscription. Like all othei
vin, Montgomery county 111.,
Lincoln county citizens he is re- Aug. 18, 1876, and was married
joicmg in the coming of a rail-1 to j. A R()SS six years a„()
road. M r. \ andeveer is putting She leaves one daughter 5 years
up a good residence on his farm. (jj,j
Rev. Tenney and wife return- She lived with her parents in
ed Thursday from their Texas Gillespie, 111., until 1890 when
excursion. Mrs. Tenney's she moved with them to Kansas
health was not greatly improved City where they have since re-
by the change. They will reside sided until November last, when
in Chandler for the present. Mr.
Tenney thinks the colony in
which lie is interested will prove
card of 0than ks
to the members of the camp
and the townspeople who have
shown us so much kindness in
our great affliction and sorrow,
we wish to express our heartfelt
Wm. and Maky McGovekn. i
she went with them to South
McAlester, where they lived un-
til three weeks ago, when they
moved here with Baker's R. It.
construction camp. She had
been for some years a member of
the Christian church and died in
the triumphs of Christian faith.
She was a dutiful daughter,
true friend and good mother.
Many friends outside immediate
relatives mourn her loss.
The Sunday Globe-Demoerat
for only One Dollar.
To Builders and Contractors
I* keep on hand all kinds of turned
woodwork, such as porch posts, bal-
usters, corner blocks, etc. Also
bracket and scroll sawing done
to order. A full line of wagon
woodwork. Prompt atten-
tion given to mail orders,.
manly thomas, lilly, o. t.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
j the money if it fails to cure. 25c,
Cheap Honey to Loan
Plenty of cheap money to loan
on Lincoln county farms. Low
rate of interest my specialty.
j E. W. Hoyt, Chandler, Okla.
Anyone sending a nketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether ah
invention Ig probably patentable. Conranuilea-
t ions st ri'Mly confident tul. Handbook on Patent*
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
I atents.taken through Mann & Co. receive
special notice, without charge, lu the
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir
dilation of any eoientlflc Journal. Terms $3 a
°«th8,$1' *0,d newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36iBr°adwav New York
Branch Office, G25 F St., Washington, D. C.
WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Ui
in time. Sold by druggists.
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 24, Ed. 2 Friday, March 4, 1898, newspaper, March 4, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117016/m1/2/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.