The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1901 Page: 6 of 18

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Pure Drugs
arc essential to the proper compounding of
medicines The best proscription will fail il
put up with old ox* impure drujjs. We use
only the very best, and our prices are us
low us any store in Oklahoma.
We carry a full line of all standard
remedies,
paints in
Soda
and Have the largest stock of
Lincoln county
Fountain. Cold Drinks.
COX & COX, Props.
Next Door
City Drug" .Store.
The Chandler News
H. B. GILS'I RAF. Editor.
CH'SNIV Hit NKWn I'Hi'AHl IS'IK" IH.tl.
Sac and Fox WahhioK, Ivt. IWi •
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Lincoln i <>. Tki.kiiham, Ksr. iw't.
OUR EXACT CIRCULATION.
South of Postoiflee, Chaudlei-.
The. ladies of the Baptist Aid
ice cream and cake at
lhursd:.y evening, next.
the
ill
opera
s?rve
house
i Register of Deeds Cadwalader kindly fur-
i nished us with the following abstract of a
' report of real estate transfers for the month
! of April sent to Gov. Jenkins for his report
I to the secretary of the interior:
l Total No. acres transferred 48
Total price paid $58,574.00
Lowest price paid per acre S3.75
Highest price paid per acre $80.00
Average price paid per acre $10.00
. New Sc',1001 Land Maps.
County Superintendent Shotwell will go
to Guthrie Monday to prepare maps show-
ing the school districts containing indem-
nity school land. These maps are for the
use of the territorial* treasurer and school
land board that tlie districts having such
lands may get the 15 per cent of the rental
money as provided for in the late indem-
nity school land bill. Mr. Shotwell expects
to return Friday.
South McAlester will have a town lot sale
commencing September 4.
The Leader Grocery
fresh groceries.
No Victims of Campaign Free Copies and
no Hot Air in this Statement.
Territory of Oklahoma, | ss
County of Lincoln. J
Ed. W. Botkin, of lawful age, being first
duly sworn according to law, deposes and
says that he is the pressman and mailing
clerk in the office of The Chandler News,
and that to the best of his knowledge and
belief the number of copies of said Chan-
dler News printed and circulated for each
week after deducting the number of copies
left on hand, during the month of July
1901, is correctly set forth below:
For issue of July 4, 1901, 1525 copies.
For issue of July 11, 1901, 1530 copies.
For issue of July 18, 1901, 1406 copies.,,
For issue of July 25, 1901, 1434 copies.
Total number, 5895 copies.
Average weekly circulation, 14T4 copies.
0 Signed: Ed. W. Botkin.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
27th day of July, 1901.
H. B. Gilstrap,
[seal] Nc4iry Public.
Commission expires June 6, 1905.
Oklahoma's Salad Days.
A few y ars, ago, when the new lands in
the* Indian Territory were "opened, the
small towrs which sprang up were tilled
with a veiy mixed population; the theatres
and traveling theatrical companies were on
a par with the town they visited. One
iyght the writer was in Oklahoma City and
stepped into a theatre where Trilby was
bt'iii* played. Flu- house was packed from
top to bottom with tough characters, and
the charact -r of the actors and their acting
was, if anything tougher, so that even the
audience became restless. The play r 'ach-
ed the point where Little Billie is supposed
to clasp Trilby passionately in his arms,
instead of which, he held h r at arm's
length, with as much ardor as he would
have shown to a bale of hay, and exclaimed:
"Oh, Trilby, nothing can come between us"
—whereat a six foot cow puncher in the
gallery leaned over the railing and shouted
in tones of supreme disgust, "Aw, git out!
you could trow a cow between yer!" Ex.
Hay Ri e.
A jolly hay-ride was indulged in Wednes-
day e/ening by a party of thirty-four young
society people. It was aranged in honor of
Mrs. Frank Johnson and the Misses Out-
calt, of Oklahoma City, and was chaperon-
ed by Mesdames Hoyt, Hall, and Mullins.
After the ride the party had an infer nal
dance at the opera house.
The Fond Creek bank has increased its
capital stock from $5,000 to $10,000.
CALUMET
POWDER
SOLD
HERE
BANH'HO AOKCC
The people, arc all buying
5imp!y because it is the only
HltiH GRADEr powder sold at a
moderate pric«
5ave trie coupons round in each
can—They arc valuable.
vWovrnV
Attempted Jaii
Break.
Tenilo.'y.
The census bureau has just issued a
bulletin which contains some rather startling
information in regard to the area in square
miles of the various states and territories in
the Union.
This official data is particularly significant
at this time when Oklahoma is striving to
secure admission to statehood in the Union.
Did you ever know that the territory of
Oklahoma contains more square miles than
eleven states already in the Union? Did
you also know that the great Empire state
of New York, with a population of 7,000,-
000 inhabitants, is only eighteen per cent
larger than Oklahoma. Even the great
state of Ohio contains only about one six
per cent more in area than the territory,
while Connecticut, Deleware, Maryland,
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New
, Jersey, Vermont and Rhode Island are in-
j significant spots on the map in comparison
[ with Oklahoma.
Oklahoma has a gross area of 39,030
j square mile's; a water surface of 200
' square miles. New York has a land sur-
I face of 47,620 square miles, while Ohio's
area is only 41,000 square miles.
The Indian Territory and Oklahoma as
one would give an area surpassed by only
nine states in the Union. This would give
a combined area o£ over 70,070 square
miles.
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Chandler Markets.
The f ollowing are the prices paid fojfarm
products in Chandler as we go to pressj^
Seed cotton, per cwt.
Lint cotton, per cwt.
Cotton seed per ton
Castor Beans per bu
Wheat per bu.
Oats per bu. #
Corn, per bu. ........
Hay, p"r bale
Hogs, per cwt._
Cattle per cwt.
tfens per lb
Spring Chickens
Butter per lb
Eggs per doz
Potatoes, Irish, per bu
Pptatoes, sweet, per bu
$2.15
$7.00
$1.15
70c
60l
75c
-10c
$4.50
$2.50'
3 l-2c
5c
10c
9c
$1.00
$1.00
Mo.
$la
O. 50c.
N. Y. 50c.
OUR CLUBlilNG LIST.
Farm and Home, Springfield, Mass. Semi-
monthly, 50c. year; with The News $1.20.
• monthly.
The Corn Belt, Chicago, 111. With The
News $1 per year.
Western Fruit Grower, St. Joseph,
50c. year; with The News $1.10.
Home and Flowers, Springfield, O.
year; with I he News $1.25.
Garden ar.d Farm, Springfield
year; with The News $1.
• The Mayflower, Floral Park
year; with The News $1.10.
Farm Journal, Philadelphia. $1 for live
years. The News one year and the Farm
Journal five years for $1.50.
weekly.
Twice-a-week St. Louis Globe Democrat,
$1. per year. With The News, $1.50.
Kansas City Journal, 25c.
News, $1. •
State Capital, Guthrie, 50c.
News, $1.25.
The Texas Farmer, Dallas,
year; with The News $1.35.
Texas Stockman and Farmer, San Anto
nio. $1 year; .with The News $ 1 *35
With Ti'e
With Tuft
Texas. £ 1
$1
There was an attempted jailbreak Sunday.
The bottom hinge of the door had been saw-
ed through and the saw was fo'und in the cell.
The work was discovered just, in t me to
prevent an outbreak. This is the s cond
effort made to break jail since Sheriff
Tilghman took charge. There are seversl
criminals in confinement at present charged
with the worst crini s in tli • calendar.
The annual encampment of the Oklahona
National Guards will be hell at Perry this
year. The local company has recruited to
something like sixty men and will make a
goyd showing at the tncampm nt.
Sale bills—News office. •
year;
N. Y.
ith
$2
Kansas Farmer, Topeka
The Nijyvs $1.35.
Country Gentleman, Albany,
year; with The News $2...5.
Progressive Farmer, Raleigh,
year; with The News $1.05.
• All former clubbing rates with The News
i arc hereby declared off.
N. C. $1
For Sale.
Quitclaim and warranty
estate 'eises at News office.
deeds and rea
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BUKtS WlttHt Ail LLSK r/VLS. (Q
Cuugh Syrup. Tustos
In time. Uoltl by druRKintt*.
SEI
I will sell 65 acres of highly productive
and desirable land one-half mile w st of
! court house, overlooking the city of Chan-
I dler in lots and terms to suit puchaser.
Also one new stjne house and two lots in
town. This is a splendid opportunity for
parties who desire a small cheap home near
the city. Call or phone at residence.
Jacob Amberg.
Use W
A great labor day ce'ebration will be
served September 2 at Oklahoma City.
ob-
Marbles and 5
P. O. Bookstore.
and 10c base balls, at
DRUG STORE
AND BOOK AND NEWS DEPOT
the place to go when you want to buy Di'ir;c,
Medicines, Paints. Oiks. Putty, Wall
Paper, School Supplies.
A.1 the Old Place Again, Opposite Hoffman Building
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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/m1/6/ocr/: accessed April 7, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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