The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1902 Page: 6 of 14
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35fi; THTSiDAY. JUJtCH b. 1902.
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For tie treatment anc
Cure of Liquor, Opium,
Morphine and Tobacco
Lienor hab.t cured .□ 3 weeks including
board, $50 Morph.ne and Op.t-, 4 to
6 weeks, $17 per week; Tobacco habit
cared for $5, mec.cme sett. "A*rite for
26 page booklet, sent free on application. t
Tec Tears of anq;all£ed success. Re-
.apses from other treatments solicited.
Ths Matteniee Sanitarium,
jcsm X Hti.t Daud J. Hopkins, Chas. A. T:lghmax,
FreSjQei.- # Vice-President Cashier.
The Chandler . National Bank.
1KJE5 A GENERAL BANKIN(j BUSINESS.
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DR. ELLA McJUNKIN.
Manvg. Autnut. Opposttg Bortoc Stcrt.
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::*d:;ir:es. Sh uses the raticnal treatment of*
the it.u.o. . kf whole codv :£ but a
ramification of nerves, cectermg .n the • rs._r.
- rather extending from the brain—a.countir
at.oc of the bram to ever.- muscle, ooce, md
nnre treat the mind—the brain—and ti ::s-
ordered ramiheations are cured.
All Cures arc Permanent.
-"hanging nealth into natural r.-a th. etjualir-
'-a irr.lati.n. and bringing the b«:<d-.- ba'<c o'hr
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and advice free.
Free Trial Treatment for
Women, Men and Children.
• * doctor teaches this science
gooc moral character, sc the'
successfully as as ar.v scier.t.;*.
for a11 New
From a Farmer S ifltrer:
.. r ° Cbaxdui, Osn.r V!a:eh *. 1901
... " ' i--~Tr- " " '=«- - tire* zt 'ears - I
MrV McJ«b«;' ■eit 'ise, *-.i ^o. I ,t t ic .eit
t rk««i!i ■ en- re.T cjre-t V irs in 7. A ? S*x. >
"n«: i: .s desirab.e to hiTe
ceepe-.ess ans ta.:-m.nced men appointed
13 *4*®** :* tie s:r>j .and office to in-
s?¥-r: —f J.tds w.th a r.ew to issuing per-
=-is ::r szz~ ispro es:ents as will be fair
a—ce rs c-e m-ere?ts of the lessees and
:e ..ctrr. Ae hiTe |iTcs:ated this plan
w-i aessCT of the school land board.
-n a.n;:t:.r. to this published state-
men,. ne editor of - HE News made
tw; trips to Guthrie and presented
—r matter personally to members of
:ne >cn.:. ^nd board, besides writ-
ing several letters upon the subject.
So it is very easy to recognize the
a::::_ e_ :: tms paper upon this mat-
ter, anc it is equally apparent as to
the attitude to which the demo-
-ra.._ par;.- is committed by this act
• >.<:* course the committee could not
- — "me .1.^. derr.c-
cratic procedure without taking a
=---• a. Dennis r.\mn, so they pro-
ceeded tc whereas that Flynn was
making the representation in con-
fess that the perple of Oklahoma
ravored two states and to resolve
that Dennis was wrong, the amateur
pc.ri'ians lorge tng or ignoring the
tact that Flynn's statehood bill. as*
mtrr-cuced a-.d recommended by the
committee on territories, contains
tne ioJowmg provision:
T -e c.->as-:tatioca: convention provided
. . -e.e... fhi^, bv ordnance irrevocable,
eipres; tte cossem of th« stit- ot Ok!a-
ao-i -aat ocgress mat. « nv ot
.. — > mat. attich a!! or anv part of
i aB 'erritorv to the state ot Okla-
■°^a tie title to said lands is extin-
* tr.aes now claiming the
S! = r. and tse same assigned in severalty
*-<i i:";ect ' faxi: >-
-hat :ook. much like doubie
statehood trom the standpoint of
Jtiahoma - Is it likely that Flynn
jc^d risk the deieat of his measure
o-. inserting m it s jrh a orovision it
Qe oe itvec that the people of Okla-
.i°ma favored single statehood? Or
stupid as to fight
*ould P.vnn be
the pro%'isions of his own bill? Of
course our democratic friends were
moved by a desire to say something,
fcu: tr.v.- might ha-. -: adhered to the
trath and condemned the democratic
members of the committee on terri-
tories for their stubborn opposition
to anything that locked like single
Another subject touched upon was
the sale of school lands, the com-
mittee seeking to curry favor with
the lessees by advocating the sale of
schooi .ands on anv old terms that
might suit the lessees. They did
nDt take time to explain why they
view wit alam any suggestion of
a government tenantry system and
yet say nothing of the fact that in
the good democratic state of Miss-
issippi fifty-two percent, of the farms
are tenant farms and under a private
te lantiy system at that. But to refer
to such facts would tend to destroy
the ciaim that the democratic partv
is opposed to a tenantry system. It
would be interesting, also, to know
w . a Pai"ty that favors the govern-
ment ownersh p and management of
railroads should oppose the govern-
ment owneship of re; 1 estate on a
^lnpited scale, or why,at the govern-
"ment can successfully*and equitably
man. ge the affairs of a great rail-
road system, it should be unable to
ica^e its lands without injustice or '
oppression to the lessees. But such
explanations would be embarrassing
to our democratic medic i le-makers.
It is unfortunate that the demo-
cratic committee checked the flow of
resolutions while there was so much
good material in store. They might
have reterred to the question of tax-
ation- a timely theme in Lincoln
county-but it may be that the offi-
cial apologist of the present county
administration was not on hand ti.
explain away" the high taxes,
'hey might have referred in com-
pumentary terms to the line new
steel bridges which the taxpayers
are paying for but ate not using.
busv^e committee was too
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1902, newspaper, March 6, 1902; Chandler, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117553/m1/6/: accessed April 10, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.