The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1901 Page: 4 of 14
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THE CHANDLER NEWS, THURSDAY, Al.I(ibSfl 1, 19ol._
We Have Them
Harness and Saddles.
Now in my handsome new building opposite postoffice..
J. F. COLLAR.
The Chandler News.
H. B. GILSTRAP. Editor.
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* J. C. Fletcher is at Lawton.
See Lewis & Rash for farm loans.
Prompt service—Filtsch's bus line.
New line tablets at P. O. Bookstore.
Sheriff Tilghman left yesterday for Law-
Mrs. W. B. Frank went to Wellston Fri-
L. W. Clapp was here on business last
New supply all kinds stationery, P. O.
Wm. Mullens went to Oklahoma City
New baseball supplies at P. O. Bookstore
R. V. Temming returned Thursday from
Ladies' handsome new pocketbooks, P
Geo. W. Davis was over from Wellston
Marbles and 5 and 10c base balls, at
P, O. Bookstore.
If you need insurance written call on
Hoover & Kanaga.
Collar has just received a new car of
buggies. See them.
W. H. Bennett, the cantalouse expert,
was here last Thursday. .
Photo supplies for summer outing snap-
shots, P. 0. Bookstore.
Remember the date of the M. W. A.
log-rolling, Oct. 16-17.
H. Josey, cashier of the Stroud Bank, was
in Chandler Thursday.
J. C. Pringey was in from his ranch
creek farm last Friday.
School district warrants, 100 in a book,
75 cents at News office.
A.C.Schnell, of Guthrie, is here this week
visiting his son Nat Snell.
Oklahoma and Indian territory map
1901, at P. O. Bookstore.
A. J. Rittenhouse left Tuesday afternoon
for Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dr. A. M. Marshall went to Oklahoma
City on last evening's train.
W. H. Hicks' new cottage
street is nearing completion.
The county surveyor's office has been
moved to the Hoffman block.
It will pay to see J. S. Hopping if you
want a farm loan. -Clapp building.
The News force is under obligations to
i A. Tansel for some fine cantaloupes.
I County Treasurer-elect J. A. McLaugh-
lin was up from Arlington yesterday.
J. F. Ayars and P. S. Hoffman made a
| business trip to Stroud last Thursday.
S. N. Hopkins, ex-territorial auditor,
was in Chandler on business this week.
W. C. Hoover returned Tuesday after
I noon from a two weeks' visit in Kansas.
For lowest rates on farm loans see Rash
& Lewis. Up stairs over Auction store.
VELVET STARCH /
a n rl ror>pi VP £\
and receive a
FREE FREE FREE
KOR SALE BY
The Mammoth, J. W. Feuquay & Co., R. B. Holland,
M. C. Hand ley, J. T. Cook. J. M. Hop-
kins & Co., W. J. Cessna,
.Wanted—to rent a good dwelling,
A. E. Ross, Gardner building.
Lee Patrick, E. L. Conklin, and J. B.„
Charles went to Oklahoma City yesterday.
Miss Kate Collar, of Guthrie, has been
visiting her brother, J. F. Collar, this week.
W. H. Crume, Sheriff Tilghiifan's office
deputy, has moved his family to Chandler.
Bennett McCoy is home again after sev-
eral months spent as a traveling salesman.
Councilman Walter Olds is , employed in
the job rooms of the State Capital at Guth-
W. B. Frank was at El Reno the first of
the week to witness the drawing of home-
John Embry left last Saturday noon for
a business trip to Pottawatomie county,
Mrs. North Losey came up from Oklaho-
ma City last Saturday for a visit with her
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Perry Burgett,
of Chandler, last Thursday evening, a ten-
Byron Sands left last Saturday for St.
Louis. He will visit Kirksville, Mo., on
his way home.
Call Darwin Filtsch's bus line when you
want to be sure to get to the -train prompt-
ly. 'Phone 46.
D. K. Hanna, of Oklahoma City, editor
of the Commercial Review, was in Chan-
dler last Friday.
List your farms with the Chandler Land
and Loan Co. As w^ are making sales
Miss Mamie Charles, of Stroud, spent
Sunday with her grandparents, Major and
Mrs. Moses Neal.
J. S. Newby was in town yesterday. He
expects to leave Saturday for Lawton, to
spend several weeks.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1901, newspaper, August 1, 1901; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117392/m1/4/: accessed July 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.