The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1901 Page: 18 of 18
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THE CHANDLER NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2i>, 1901.
Sale bills—News office.
Legal blanks—News office.
Best printing—News office.
Quick printing—News office.
Neat stationery—News office.
See Hopping for farm loans.
Up-to-date printing—News office.
See Lewis & Rash for farm loans.
All kinds of printing—News office.
Horse and jack bills—News office.
Teachers' report cards at this office.
Prompt service—Filtsch's bus line.
New line tablets at P. O. Bookstore.
Blackwell has taken to sacred concerts.
Richelieu brand is at the Leader Grocery.
Tom Bridge is on extra duty at the jail.
Lee Patrick was over from Sac and Fox
W. Miller, of Wellston, was in town yes
E. T. Heuston was down from Flynn
Try Blanke's coffees.
Chas. Carpenter was over from Wellston
At the Leader
stationery, P. O.
Will Dunham has gone to Wellston for a
New baseball supplies at P. 0. Bookstore
S. A. Hocking made a trip to Mounds,
I. T., Sunday.
Ladies' handsome new pocketbooks, P.
ice cream social next
Miss Fraker, of Claremore, I. T., is vis-
iting Miss Egbert.
Enid is calling for bids for a new brick
ward school house.
The Star Store is displaying a very fine
line of walking hats.
Miss Dutcher, of Oklahoma City is here
visiting Miss Egbert.
Miss Madge Nathan, of Edmond, is here
visiting Miss Eckard.
H. M. Jarrett was here from Stroud on
legal business Tuesday.
Mrs. Jay Tenny is again sutfering from
an affliction of the eyes.
Mrs. W. N. Warren has been
this week but is improving.
Quitclaim and warranty deeds and rea
estate leases at News office.
Attend the ice cream social at the
house next Thursday night.
Scott M. Congdon made a business trip
to Oklahoma City this week.
An eight pound boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. John Ripley this week.
Sheriff Titghman returned the first of the
week from a trip to Lawton.
Paul Jenness and Ed Weekly have joined
the ranks of the kodak fiends.
Rev. Reynolds returned today from
few days visit at Oklahoma City.
A bathead from Winfield, Kansas, paid
$6,545 for a corner lot at Lawton.
Braswell and Joyner, of North Carolina,
have bought Dunham's restaurant.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Riner returned
from their trip to Kansas Saturday.
Mrs. Emery Foster and children return-
ed the first of the week from Guthrie.
Call and see the beautiful line of new
dress goods and silks at the Star Store.
J. H. Hawkins left Wednesday on a
business trip to Cottonwood Falls, Kansas.
T. S. Duffy went east this week to buy
the fall stock of goods for the Boston Store.
The ladies' quartette of Gainesville, Tex.,
will sing at the M. E. church Sunday morn-
Ice cream will be served by the Baptist
ladies next Thursday night at the opera
Mrs. N. A. White, who has been visiting
in town, returned to her home in Shawnee
Mrs. J. M. Harrison and two childrenJeft
Tuesday afternoon for Dallas Texas, and
N. 0. Colburn returned from the new
country Tuesday where he had been for a
Miss Ada Berry returned Sunday from
Mound City, Kans., where she has been
Mrs. Benedict and son, Lou Benedict,
joined the Frisco excursion to Eureka
Dr. and Mrs. Bull left Sunday a for stay
of several months with Dr. Bull's parents
in Winfield, Kansas.
with her children
Mrs. N. W. Porter
from a five weeks' visit
in San Fransisco.
The ladies of the Baptist Aid will serve
ice cream and cake at the opera house
Thursday evening, next.
The Round Bale Cotton Co. is erecting
a hrge and cortimodious storehouse for seed
cotton nt?ar their cotton gin.
Mrs. Frank Johnson, and the Misses
Outcalt, of Oklahoma City, came up
Wednesday to spend a few days.
J. G. Hubbard, of Bowen, 111., is here
visiting with L. W. Pomeroy, and M. G.
King, old neighbors of his in Illinois.
B. H. Sands has accepted the position of
book keeper of the Chandler Cotton Oil mill
made vacant by Orin Ashton's resignation.
Mr. Sands is a capable clerk and will doubt-
less fill the position acceptably.
Chandler Herr returned Tuesday from a
six week's trip to California and Colorado
points. He was in Pierce City, Mo., Mon-
day night while the mob was in action,
hanging and shooting the negroes who were
Roy Dawson returned last week from B b
Denison, Texas, where the surveying partv implicated in the murder of a young
he was with disbanded gjrl.
YOU NEED LEGAL BLANKS!
.. Warranty Deeds. Real Estate Leases.
Real Estate /Tortgages, Chattel flort-
K gages, Promissory Notes, j* K
Your Last Chance
purchase Ladies' Shirt Waists
at these Ridiculously Low Prices
All shirt waists that were 50
and 65c now
All shirt waists that were
85c and $ 1.00 now
All shirt waists that were
$ 1.25, $ 1.50 and $ 1.75 now
WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE
Leaders of Low Prices.
Clapp building. Chandler, Okla.
We have the Standard Legal Forms
well-printed, on good paper and can
supply you in any quantity at one
ceut each. Order by mail if you
wish. Postage stamps may be sent
in payment where most convenient.
! THE CHANDLER NEWS, Chandler, O.T. «
Lost, a purse containing $15 in bills—
three fives.—Finder please return to Pete
Roberts at Funk's barber shop and receive
$50 reward. ,
Jim Murray returned from a weeks so-
journ at Mounds, I. T., where he has been
erecting a cotton gin for the Chandler Cot-
ton Oil Co.
F. N. Clute was brought down from
Stroud Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff Whit-
more, charged by Mary Barber with crimi-
A. A. Bass is enjoying a visit this week
from his sisters, Mrs. Smith,*Mrs. Bentleyi
Miss Bass and Miss Bevie Bass, of Gaines-
Rev. John Hartley, the new rector of the
St. Stephen's church, will preach his first
sermon in Chandler next Sunday. Every-
The school board is going to issue a
course of study of the Chandler schools
which will be a great convenience to teach-
ers and students.
Tom Garner and his daughter, Charity,
returned Monday from the new country
where they had been to enable Miss Garner
to file on the claim drawn by her in the big
I The Log-Rolling Association has secured
the Norman and Tonkawa bands for the
1 Woodmen's Log-Rolling. The commercial
club has donated fifty dollars to the enter-
Mr. and Mrs. John Embry left Sunday
for Mangum and other western points
where Mr. Embry goes as a member of the
new committee for the location of the
Wanted—either lady or gentleman to rep-
resent our wholesale department on a salary.
For further information call on D. T. Shir-
ley, agent for H. J. Smith & Co., of Chi-
cago, at Barker house, Friday, August 23.
Rev. Wardner left Monday for a short
visit with his parents in Kansas City, Mo.
There will be no preaching services at the
Presbyterian church Sunday. He will re-
turn in time for service Sunday, Sept. 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Baird went to Okla-
homa City Tuesday, Mrs. Baird with in'en-
tion of going on to Colorado. She was ad-
vised there that the trip west would be in-
jurioas to her eyes, hence she returned to
"Punch" Walker, colored, was brought
from Stroud yesterday under charge of fel-
ony. It is said that Walker drew a gun on
his wife during a domestic difficulty and
when Marshal Hembrow went to arrest him
he drew a gun on the marshal also.
B. F. Hardcastle astonished the nation
and all creation last Friday morning by the
announcement that he had been held up
the previous evening about 8:30 and robbed
by a colored'man and woman of one hun-
dred and fifty dollars. Rosa Epps and
Armstead Carroll were arrested during the
day charged with the robbery. The prelim-
ary is being held before Probate Judge
Cordell today. Twenty-seven witnesses
have been summoned. On the evening fol-
lowing the.Hardcastle holdup, J. W. Dillion
the Shawnee stage-driver, was held up near
Speer's wagon-yard and relieved of a pock-
et-book and five dollars. Dave Long, a
colored man, was arrested for this theft
while in the act of burning a pocket-book
which contained lodge receipts bearing
G. L. Wright offers for sale at his farm
two and one-half miles east of the Frisco
depot at Chandler, on Wednesday, August
28th. the following property: 17 head milch
cows, 6 head two year old heifers, 10 head
calves, 2 good bulls, 7 head mules, 1 mare
pony, 11 head hogs, farming implements
and other articles. Terms, 14 months at
10 per cent jer annum, ar 8 per cent dis-
count for cash, and all sums of $5 and un-
der cash. Free lunch will be served.
Liquor License Notice.
August iSnil 1001
Notice is hereby (riven that the following-
named persons have tiled in the oiltee of the
county clerk application and petition for a
license to sell malt, spiritous. and vinous
liquors at retail in the countv of Lincoln and
territory of Oklahoma, and that unl< ss renam-
strance be filed required by law within two
weeks from the Uivt publication of this uoti -e.
the law beintr complied with, such license w ill
be issued, viz:
S. C. VINSON & T. J. UAKDEN,
of Souih Choctaw township, in the town of
Clifton. Lincoln county, <>kla
h e. Stkauohen.
First pubhcat.on August 1901.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1901, newspaper, August 22, 1901; Chandler, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117410/m1/18/: accessed February 27, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.