The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1902 Page: 8 of 14
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THE CHANDLER NEWS: THUSRDAY. MARCH 6, 1902.
Quick printing—News office.
Neat stationery—news office.
See Hopping for farm loans.
8 day clocks, $1.50. Kent's.
Gift books at P. O. Bookstore.
Up-to-date printing—News office.
Work done by Erwin is well done.
Horse and jack bills—News office.
All kinds of printing—News office.
Teachers' report cards at this office.
Dolls of all sorts at P. O. Bookstore.
Erwin's watch work gives satisfaction.
Richelieu brand is at the Leader Grocery.
Mrs. Riddle returned Saturday from St.
C. A. Green, of Carney was in Chandler
Try Blanke's coffees. At the Leader
Handsome new lot of albums at P. O.
Order magazines and newspaper^ a P. O.
Poster pictures, newest out, at P. O.
School and staple stationer's goods at P.
Have you asked your grocer for Cocoa
J. B. Charles, the Stroud banker, was in
Cocoa Blend, a high grade coffee at a
The Leader Grocery for high grade,
H. McCreary was here from North Creek
If you need insurance written call on
Hoover & Kanaga.
G. W. Ponton, of Pawnee, was h?re last
Saturday on busines|.
Mrs. J. L. Nutter visited with her parents
in Cushing this week.
E. L. Cftnklin and wife were here from
Sac and Fox Monday.
George Bateman made a business trip to
Oklahoma City Monday.
The place to get
Fresh and Salted Meats
Dressed and Undressed
Retailers of tne Famous bold Packing"
Highest Market Prices Haid for Hides.
South Manvel Ave.
Home Grown Trees
All kinds of Nursery stock. I graft
and bud from trees that have
one Mile East of Court House.
UUHtS WHfcHfc Ail ELSE ^AUS.
Bunt routfh Syrup. <•« «><!. V
In urne. S«iM •
Mrs. E. Jamison returned Friday from a
visit to the new country.
Headquarters for farm loans. Money al-
ways ready.—A. E. Ross.
Preaching at the Christian church next
Sunday, morning and evening.
Willie Shoop, living near Speer, is con-
fined to his bed with pneumonia.
We have Rape seed, the best early forage
plant known—J. W. Feuquay & Co.
Dr. Ayars and F. M. Chandler made an
all day visit in the country Thursday.
Postmaster E. P. Miller was down from
Parkland last Friday to meet his son.
Henry McKeown, ex-county treasurer,
was a Chandler visitor last Saturday.
Sheriff Tilghman is building a large barn
on his property on West Ninth street.
County Treasurer McLaughlin made a
visit to Arlington the last of the week.
Do you favor home industry? Then ask
for Cocoa Blend coffee. Fresh roasted.
Herbert Johnson returned Wednesday
from a business trip to Collinsville, I. T.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the Chris-
tian church Tuesday, March 11, at 3 p. m.
G. W. F. Sawner returned to Guthrie ttfe
last of the week to look after business matters.
Sale bills printed quick at News office,
Chandler. Mail orders receive prompt
J. B. Underwood has secured a pension
of $8 a month for James J. Maness of
H. P. Pomeroy a prominent farmer living
four miles southeast of town is very sick
with the grip.
Joe Orr, an old time Chandler man, was
over from Bristow, I. T., Saturday with a
car load of hay.
J. J. Erwin, one of the leading republi-
cans of'Otoe township, was a county seat
Mrs. A. M. Marshall returned Sunday
from her visit with her parents at the Sac
and Fox Agency.
To Rent: Fifty acres go9d land, with
good house, barn and well. Inquire of W.•
L. Wilson at farm. .
H. E. Kanaga made a business trip to
St. Louis this week in the interests of his
I real estate business.
D. R. Owens will not try farming in the
| new country, having sold the claim that he
drew, at a good price.
Col. Hoffman attended the meeting of
i the democratic territorial committee at El
' Reno the la t of the week.
Harry Lott, one of the leading colored
men of the county, was down from his home
in Iowa township Monday.
Sam Harker, a young attorney of ° Rus-
sellville, Ky., arrived in the city Tuesday
evening and may locate here.
Mrs. Winans, of Norman, is in the city
visiting with her mother, Mrs. Miller, and
sister, Mrs. J. W. Hocker. ,
C. R. Stephens, of near Lydia, one of
the leading citizens of that vicinity, was in
Chandler several days thi^week.
A new town is to be laid off about two
miles south of Sac and Fox, where the
Choctaw crosses the county line.
Dr. W. W. Markham, of Scammonville,
Kan., was in Chandler Saturday the, guest
of J. A. McLaughlin, county treasurer.
N. O. Colburn went to Collinsville, I. T.,
Saturday to look after business intests. His
I family will remain her for the present.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McGaughy enter-
I tained a party of friends last Friday evening
at their home on North Steele avenue.
James W. Hollarn, one of the prominent
farmers and leading republicans of near
| Parkland, was a Chandler visitor Saturday.
S. D. Dennis was a Chandler visitor
Saturday. He has about recovered from the
injuries received in an apcident a few weeks
Don't fail to read ihe ad of the "Hia-
watha" Incubator Co. in this issue. Ex-
perts say it is the most successful Incubator
on the market.
Lee Patrick went to the Sac and Fox
agency Saturday and formally turned the
governmeet property Over to the new agent,
Major Ross Guffen.
TIRED OF LIFE.
Mrs. Phoeba E. Griffey Took Carbolic
Acid With Suicidal Intent.
Mrs. Phoeba E. Griffey, living near Mills, |
took carbolic acid last Sunday morning with
the intention of killing herself and within a
short time after died from the effects.
It is said the home life of Mrs. Griffey
was an unusually pleasant one and the cordial
relations between her and her husband were
frequently commented on by their neighbors.
The cause of her rash act cannot be con-
jectured, without it was temporary mental
aberration. She had prepared the mornir)g
meal and seemed cheerful. Suddenly she
ran into the room where her family was sit-
ting and said she had taken carbolic acid
and was going to die. She gasped several ,
times and murmured something about want-
ing her "children tenderly cared for, then
sank to the floor unconscious.
A physician of this city was summoned,
but before he arrived the unfortunate woman
had expired. She was 57 years of age and
was of a cheerful disposition. The funeral
was held Monday.
COL. HOFFMAN DROPS OUT.
Withdraws From the Democratic Race
for Congressional Honors.
Thursday morning's Guthrie Daily Capi-
tal contains the following:
The announcement was made yesterday
for a certainty that Colonel Roy V. Hoff-
man of Chandler has withdrawn from the
democratic race for the nomination for con
gress, and that he withdraws in favor of
Colonel Bob Forrest of El Reno. It has
been said for some time that Hoffman wotild
retire, and in fact it is stated that when the
territorial committee met in Oklahoma City
i last week he wrote out his declaration not
to be a candidate to have it read to the
| committee, but that the gentleman to whom
| he gave it to present to the committee re-
j fused to announct it and burned the paper.
Hoffman's friends here do not know how to
take the announcement that he is out of the
j race. _ •
David Holmes has bought the Buck lot
J on Manvel avenue just north of the Feu-
quay building, tind is having a new brick
sidewalk laid. He may put up a business
j building on the lot this spring.
A. Tansel, of North Choctaw, was a caller
Monday. He reports that a farm has been
purchased by Santa Fe people near Ellis
and that a station will probably be located
Readers of The News will profit by look-
ing over the advertisements—a merchant
who advertises is always a hustler and can
be depended on to pick up bargains for his
customer!—it is the fogy with shelf-worn
goods who has nothing to advertise—stay
with the hustlers you'll get better bargains.
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Ed. W. Botkin, of lawful age, being first
duly sworn according to law, deposes and
says that he is the 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 Chandler
News printed and circulated for each week
after deducting the number of copies left
on hand, during the month of February is
correctly set forth below:
For issue of Feb. 2 1518 copies.
For issue of Feb. 13 1513 copies.
For issue of Feb. 20 1530 copies.*
fc'or issue of Feb. 27 1610 copies..
Average circulation for month 1543 copies.
Signed: Ed. W. Botkin. .
Subscribed and sworn to^ before me this
6th day of March, 1902.
H. B. Gilstrap,
[seal] . Notary Public.
Commission expires June 6. ^905.
A World of Wall Paper
We have carried a good stock of wall paper in previous
years, but former stocks would look small beside this year's
line. It is an uncommon stock other than in size. It contains
everything that is new, nov&l and attractive in paper. There
are two good reasons why we ought to supply your wall
paper this year. First, we have so large a line as to make the
matter of choosing delightfully complicated ; second, we are in
position to make interesting prices—we bought heavily with that
object in view. It will be worth yoifr while to see the goods and
get our prices.
COX & COX, Props.
City Drug Store.
'Phone No. 3?
CITY MEAT MARKET,
SRACK & HOCKING, Props.
Fresh and Salt Meats,
The choicest Meats always on hand.
Hides and turs bought and sold.
Highest market price paid tor chick-
ens and produce.
Manvel Ave. Opp P. 0
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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/m1/8/: accessed May 10, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.