The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1902 Page: 12 of 14

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THE CHANDLER NEWS: THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1902.
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DR. B<JXTON,
| jeeif i 1 i?—it.
EYE, EAR,* NOSE
and THROAT.
Office 128-130 Main St., Oklahoma City
MNNEK'S
HEAT n/lKKET.
The place to get
Fresh and Salted Meats
Dressed and Undressed
Poultry.
Retailers of tne Famous ftold Packing
Company's Products.
Highest Market Prices Haid for Hides.
South Manvel Ave.
'j( iiVuVri.
klicilvu^
New
Fast Train
to
Colorado
via
Santa Fe.
Pullman Palace Sleeper, Composite
Car, Observation Sleeper and Chair
* Car, Connecting Sleeper between
San Antonio and Colorado Springs
to Denver.
Leave Kansas City daily 6:55 p.
m., Newton 12:06 a. m., beginning
June 1. Conneting train with
through Sleeper leaves Oklahoma
City at 3:30 p. m. Arrive Pueblo
10:35 a. m., Colorado Springs
12:05 p. m., Denver 3:15 p. m.
Just as desirable service eastbound.
The train is in addition to Hie
Colorado Express leaving Kansas
City 9:45 a. m., Newton 4:00 p.
m., and arriving Colorado follow-
ing morning, and carrying free
Chair Cars, Pullman Sleepers and
Observation Car.
Connecting train leaves Oklahoma
City at 8:10 p. m.
For particulars about the reduced
rates to Colorado in effect this
summer and a copy of "A Colo-
rado Summer," apply to
C. L SEAGRAVES,
Passenger Agent,
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R'y
; «
Topeka, Kansas.
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Candidate is Being Coached.
Oklahoma City, O. T., May 21.—William
Cross has about reached the conclusion that
being the democratic nominee for the dele-
gate to congress is out of his line; especially
so since the pounding, politically speaking,
which he has received at the hands of his
political advisers in this city, after his com-
plete fall-down of last Saturday. Cross has
been hauled upon the carpet and told that
he must play the game of politics in a much
different manner, if he expects to win out
this fall. Already there is a sentiment
spreading that Cross is not the man for the
place; that he does not understand the is-
sues of the day; that he does not understand
how to meet people, when not trying to
sell calico or other goods. Coaching has
been the order of the week and an attempt
is being made to transform a man -,vho
knows nothing about politics into a giant,
which even by his friends is now considered
an impossibility.
Democrats have been censuring Cross for
not having a speech thoroughly up-to-date
for last Saturday. He has been told that
he must have a speech ready for the cam-
paign. That if he cannot speak any oth r
way he must write something, let it be ap-
proved by the party leaders arfd then com-
mit it so he can rattle it off without hesi-
tancy.
# It has even been rumored here that if the
territorial committee could summon up coifr-
age it would withdraw Cross from the race
and substitute another man. Where this
rumor came from is not known, but never-
theless it has been going the rounds of the
streets and hotels. Such reports cannot
help but be disheartening to Cross and his
friends. It^will fake some brilliant effort
on his part to bring his party to the point
reached at the Enid convention. Politically
speaking, the democrats have been going
backward and many of them do not hesitate
to state that such is the fact.—Eagle.
Going to Honolulu.
There are a great many people who want
to see Dennis T. Flynn renominated for
congress. He will not be present to make
the speech of acceptance. In fact his
friends will not have a chance to persuade
him for he will be in Honolulu, and h s
family with him, at the time of the conven-
tion at Enid. As long as Mr. Flynn is to
be in Honolulu it will not be considered
politics to say that it is conceded that a man
has to visit Washington and see how Mr.
Flynn is considered there, in order to ap-
preciate how great a man Oklahoma has as
its delegate to congress.—Edmond Enter-
prise.
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BAKING
POWDER
SOLD
HERE
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WVWil AO* : ' \ J
The people are all ouyir-^V
n.
5imp]y because it is only
HIGH OR ADD powder soiti at a
moderate price
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VnqncstfosKsd
Save, fhe coupons found in each
can—They are valuable.
and Yvaud ft ce\ebvate<iCa\uwi
|weYo« vmteus.
Heal bstate Transfers.*
Better Than 144. •
The Oklahomarr, a demo-pop newspaper
published at Jones' Mill, says that the way
to get single statehood is to'elect Bill Cross
, to congress. One hundred forty-£om demo-
cratic congressmen said by their votes last
| Friday that the way for Oklahoma to get
j statehood of any kind is to take dduble
i statehood or a separate state for each terri-
tory. But then Bill Cross is more than
equal to 144 congressmen elected from sov-
ereign states. He comes from Oklahoma
City, don't yer know? El Reno Democrat.
It is reported that Dennis Flynn and fam-
j ily will spend their summer vacation in
! Hawaii. Dennis will be there when the
Enid convention is in session.
The Waukomis Hornet says that Roberts
! will have the support of the Flynn and Jen-
kins element in his candidacy for the con-
j gressional nomination.
*
When Indian territory fellows come over
into Oklahoma on an excursion they some-
times try to drink enough booze to last them
I till they come again.
*
! About two years ago the Guthrie Capital
threw some faded bouquets at Bill Cross,
j and now his friends are proudly showing
| what Greer said.
Sapulpa wants railroads but will not plead
guilty to being "easy." She turned down
some promoters last week who wanted
$10,000.
Carmen held a big celebration when word
was received that the Orient railroad had
begun laying steel between Anthony and
Carmen.
25 00
1100 00 ;
5C0 00 '
300 00 !
1900 00
Hayward
Mc Adoo
McAdoo
100 00
Burt
A movement has been started to have the
remains of David L. Payne, the Oklahoma
boomer, moved from Wellington, Kan., to
Guthrie.
An exchange advocates an aggressive
campaign. You couldn't make Bill Cross
believe that one was not already in progress.
The following-is a list of real estate trans-
fers for the week ending J&ay 24, 1902,
as furnished by E. W. Hoyt, bonded
abstiacter, Chandler. Okla.:
Dike G. Wheeler to Luther B. Ly-
ons se 30-15-3 $2500 00
Oscar L. Dowell to G. W. ArVow-
wood lot 14-15 in 6 Col Add
William Pitman to David Barrett
et al s hf ne 13-13-5
James P. .Walker to Joslph E.
Kazmir s hf ne 4-12-6
A. A. Evans to J. D. Donakl se of
se 34-16-2 .• ,
M. C. Sloan to G. W. Ball sw 21-
16-2
E. L. Conklin to W. D. Cornelius
«et al lot 24 in 17 Prague
E. L. Conklin to J. S. Hayward
lots 9-10-6 in 2 Prague
E..L. Conk'in to Bart
lots 7-8 in 2 Prague
E. L. Conklin to W. C.
lot 6 in 16 Prague
E. L. Conklin to W. C.
lot 9 in 26 Prague
W. C. Anderson to M*ry J.
lot 5 in 13 Chandier
E. L. Conklin to Joseph Kroty lot
8 in* 27 Prague
I E. L. Conklin to Joseph Kroty lot
7 in 12 Prague
J E. L. Conklin to D. J. Bond lot 5
in 16 Prague
E. L. Conklin to Frank Krotz lot
15-16 in 1 Prague
E. L. Conklin to G. H. Kerfoot &
C. D. Arnold lot 9-10 in 16
Prague
j E. L. Conklin to Frank B. Gaebke
lot 8 in 16 Prague
j E. L. Conklin to M. M. Kerfoot
lots 11-12 in 16 Prague
E. L. Conklin to Frank Irwin lot
4 in 16 Prague
E. L. Conklin to Robert M. Crow
lot 17 in 17 Prague
Oliver P. Hopping to John W.
Anderson s hf se 6-16-3
Job W. Wood to L. A. Morgan lots
11-12 in 21 East Chandler
Josiah F. Branson to William
Wright w hf nw 31-13-6
Ella Hayward to William Wright
s hf se of nw 31 13-6
E. L. Conklin to Lincoln County
Bank lot 13 in 17 Prague
Charity Cooper to John S. Eads
n h£ nw qr 82-15-5 800 f0
Henry F. Williams to William F.
Dobbs nw 33-16-3 • 1600*00
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A Medicine for
Old People.
Rev. Geo. Gay, Greenwich, Kas., is
past 83 years of ape, yet he says: "I
am enjoying excellent health for a man
of my age, due entirely to t ie rejuven-
* ating influences of Dr. Miles' Nervine.
It brings sleep and rest when riotl.'ng
else will, and gives strength and vital-
ity even to oiu of my old a^e."
"I am an old soldier," writes Mr. Geo.
Watson, of Newton, la., "and I have
been a great sufferer fr m nervousness,
vertigo 0 1 spinal trouble, llave spent
consideru' le money for medicine and
doctors, but wit.i little benefit. I was
so bad my iv„.d showed signs of weak-
ness. 1 be an taking Dr. Miles'Nervine,
and I kno\* it saved mv life."
Nervine
Dr.
Miles'
Saved me from the insane asy-
lum," Mrs. A. M. lleifner, of Jerico
Springs, Mo., \ rites. "I was so nerv-
ous that I euuld scarcely control my-
self, could 11 > t sleep nor rest, would even
for;,et the names of my own children at
times. I commenced using Dr. Miles'
Nervine and it helped me from the
first, and now I am perfectly well."
Sold by all Druggist* on Guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1902, newspaper, May 29, 1902; Chandler, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117577/m1/12/ocr/: accessed May 8, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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