The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1902 Page: 7 of 14
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THE CHANDLER NEWS: THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1902.
WARD BOUNDARIES CHANGED.
Council Passed an Ordinance Designating
Political Divisions of Chandler.
At the Wednesday night session of the
city council an ordinance was passed chang-
ing the boundaries of the four wards of the
city of Chandler, as follows:
"The first ward shall consist of ail that
territory lying north of the center of Eighth
street and west of the center of Iowa street.
"The second ward shall consist of all that
territory lying south of the center of Eighth
street and west of the center of Iowa street
and north of the center of Eleventh street.
"The third ward shall consist of all that
territory lying south of the center of Eleventh
street and west of the center of Iowa street.
"The fourth ward shall consist of all that
territory lying east of the center of Iowa
Nothing is said about the city limits being
the outside boundaries of the wards, hence
the immensity of the four wards of the city
of Chandler can be better imagined than de-
scribed. The term territory has all manner
of possibilities attached to it in Oklahoma.
The ordinance goes into effect after its
passage and publication.
Committee to Ft. Smith.
At its last meeting the commercial club
appointed the following committee to visit
Ft. Smith at the expense of the club and
confer with the managers of the Ft. Smith
& Western railroad in reference to building
their road into Chandler, and while there
to call upon the commercial club of that
city and tender them the respects of Chan-
dler: Messrs. R. E. Jenness, Frank Dimon,
J. F. Ayars, H. M. Johnson, R. V. Hoff-
man. Judge Dale, of Guthrie, was made
ex-officio member of the committee as were
any others of this city who desire to go at
their own expense.
• It Comes High.
The young men who disturbed the literary
near Anvil last Saturday night a week ago,
are regretting the occurrence since Judge
Cordell got in his work. Rice Carnes, Jim
and John Pidcock had trial last Saturday,
and Joe Lewis, Monday. Each was fined
$5 and costs, amounting to $8 additional.
They were released on stay bonds.
Joe Baker pleaded guilty to carrying a
revolver on that occasion and was fined $25
and costs, which he paid. Ed Pritchettand
Will Eagle are yet to be tried for carrying
revolvers that night.
Too Young to Marry.
The probate judge has many peculiar
experiences with couples who desire to I
get marriage license. Last Saturday one
of these experiences resulted in the disap- j
pointment of two fond hearts that longed to
beat as one.
A young man, who looked not over 18
years old, and a girl in short dresses, and
who could not have been over 14, slipped
modestly into the judge's office and shyly
asked for a (marriage license. The judge
asked them their ages. The young man
said he was over 20 and the girl 18. The
judge thought their looks gave them away
and said, they would have to prove their
statements. They made all manner of
excuses and left saying they would return
this week with the necessary affidavits as to
age, but they came not.
Visitors in Chandler.
Messrs. Kanaga & Hoover have been en
tertaining the following strangers in Chan-
dler with rides over the country this week:
Messrs. Graff & Son, Paxton, 111.; H. R. [
Rafferty, Peoria, 111.; J. C. Gilmore, Mun- j
cie, Ind.; S. C. Bowman, Casey, 111.; G.
W. Barrett, Lebanon, Ind.; J. N. McMor-
ris, Rufus Alexander, Wm. Fitzpatrick,
Frank Popham, Charleston, 111., and Messrs. ,
Deck and Jones, of Bismarck, 111. Mr. \
Gilmore is looking for a location for a com- j
mission ho'use. He is an old time friend of j
Albert Benson, of Tryon, and has spent j
several days at his home.
George Gould Interested.
Some time ago it was published from an
official source that the Gould interests would
eventually absorb the £hoctaw, Oklahoma
and Gulf railroad. Many are of the opinion
that such a deal has already been made. ;
Under the terms of an agreement entered I
into between George Gould and the officers
of railroads in Oklahoma, he agreed not tq,
build a line, in the territory. Nothing was
said about his purchasing a line already
there, however, and as the Missouri Pacific j
does not own a mile of track there, it is
only natural that such a transaction would
be made. •
If the factories now projected
Get'to Chandler 'fore summer wanes,
And the crops of Lincoln county
Are this year blest with gentle rains;
If the wagon roads are leveled
And the bridges made secure,
Chandler will, before the new year,
Have a business that will endure.
istheuuly incubaio-on tin* market t li a * l *'at* lite
comers first It I* N«'lf-r< gtilMting;, self-vt*i«tllHt-
in^auil rf<|iiirc!> no *n nw in hit,
It it* sn dimple nv one ca.i • tan it. Has been
pronou ced l>\ experts to be the greatest invention
of the a*re as a poultry hatcher Tlie receipts of
the poultry industry alone in this country amounts
to more every year than all the wheat and corn
W. pay freight to any H K. Station in the U S
Send for our catalogue, it is free.
The Hiawatha Incubator <*o.
Hiawatha. Kansas ^
New York Hardware Co..
Hardware, Stoves, Barbed Wire, Tinware,
and Well Casing.
Tinsliop in t'oiiiicction.
West Side Manvel Avenue.
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CITY ELECTION CALLED.
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■ ■ "WHEN IN THE CITY .
Stop at the
Finest Short Order •
.House in the City.
Open day and night.
Bakery in Connection ..
Where special dinners or
baaquets will receive prompt
Board by Day, or Week.
Mrs. J. M. Amrin, Prop.
Mayor Collar Designates Tuesday, April
l Full Ticket to be Named.
Mayor J. F. Collar is preparing a procla-
mation calling the annual election of officers
for the city and a school board, Tuesday,
April 1, 1902. The proclamation will name
mayor, city clerk, police judge, city treas-
urer, city attorney, street commissioner and
marshal, two councilmen from each ward
and two members of the school board from
each ward. The polls of the election will
be opened at 8 a. m. and closed at 6 p. m.
Following are the polling places, judges
First Ward—Montforte building in Mascho
block. Judges, T. J. Hinchey, Wm. Flynt,
LeoZipf; clerks, Wm. Mullins, L. L. Lewis.
Second ward—City hall, southwest corner
court house square. Judges, John Rooney,
C. O. Foster, John Raedeker; clerks, Geo.
Rittenhouse, G. Morris.
Third Ward—Sample room in Egbert
house. Judges, Chas. Egbert, Orin Danner;
clerks, F. M. Chandler, Chandler Herr.
Fourth ward— New Bennett residence.
Judges, Thos. Tipton, J. A! McClain, H.
C. Downey; clerks, J. E. Crooks, A. W.
Resolutions of Sympathy.
At a meeting of the city council held
Wednesday evening, the following resolu-
tions were passed: .
Whereas, in the recent death of Mrs. J.
B. Kent, wife of our fellow-alderman and
townsman, the community has sustained the
loss of a gracious, charming woman, the
husband a devoted, loving wife, and the
daughter a noble, chris'ian mother.
Resolved, that the profound sympathy of
the members of the city council be and is
hereby extended to our brother member in
his great bereavement.
Resolved, that a copy of these reso'utions
be spread upon the permanent records of
the city. J. F. COLLAR, Mayor.
G. E. Penn,
A. E. Mascho,
J. B. Foster,
Attest: * .Committ e.
B. F. Hardcastle, Clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Acton, living ne.r
Speer, northwest of Chandler, returned Sat-
urday from a winter's visit in Harvey, Butler,
Marion and Chase counties, Kansas. Mr.
Acton said they had as pleasant a time as
possible between storms, but the snows
were fearful and frequent. When they left
it was snowing hard and a fourteen hours'
ride brought them into beautiful Oklahoma
where the trees were budding out fox spring
* J. H. McDonald, one of the influential
farmers living near Nora, was in Chandler
Tuesday on business in the probate court.
Mr. McDonald says spring work has begun
in his neighborhood and the indicat ons are
that there will be a larger planting ot cotton
this year than ever before in that township.
The forest trees are swelling into bud,
the elms are almost ready to blossom.
Fruit trees are also showing the lirst indi-
cations of b oesoras.
First-class saw mill man to go .to new
town on Santa Fe. First-class opening for
right party; must have good saw rig.
Apply to N. Whitacre,
Chandler, O. T.
Quit claim and warranty deeds and real
estate leases at News office.
LJQUOR LICENSE NOTICE.
Chandler. O T, March fith. 1SWC-
Notice is hereby j/iven that the following
named person has tiled application and pet ition
for a license to sell malt, spiritous and vinous
liquors in the county of Lincoln and territory
ot Oklahoma, and that unless remonstrance be
tiled as required by law within two weeii
front the hist publication of this notice, the
law being complied with, such license will be
issued, viz: "
Otto Bettae, of Carney, O T on lot fi block
11 in ihetown of carney. Lincoln county, Okla-
K H (1AI.YKN
Alt irne.v tor Applicant
of So. Glen Falls, N. "Y., des-
cribes a condition which thous-
ands of men
Read what he
says, and note
of your own
case. \y rite to
ope for reply,
and get a per-
sonal corroboration of 'what is
here given. He says regarding
a "I suffered agonizing pain in the left
| breast and between my shoulders from
j heart trouble. My heart would palpi-
tate, ti ittcr, then skip beats, until 1
could no longer lie in bed. Night alter
i : 'lit 1 walked the floor, for to lie down
would 1 "ve meant sudden death. My
condition seemed almost hopeless when
! began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure,
but it helped me from the lirst. Later
1 took Dr. Miles' Nervine with the
1 leart Cure and the effect was aston-
ishing. 1 earnestly implore similar suf-
ferers to give these remedir J a trial."
Sold by all Druggists
Dr. Mtlec Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
L. D. Palmer.
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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/m1/7/: accessed May 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.