The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1902 Page: 13 of 14
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THE CHANDLER NEWS: THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1902.
4 24 —5 29 7477
Notice of Publication.
Lund oftice at Guthrie. Okla.
April 17, 1002.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has llled notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will he made before the Probate
Judge at Chandler, Okla.. on May 31, 1902. viz:
Henry M. Wilson,
of Davenport, Okla. for the lots A and I and
south hf nw qr section 4, township 14, north of
ran*re 5 east i. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of saifl land viz:
Richard V. Temminsr. Henry Summers, of
('handler, okla: Douglas 8 trough, David
Ituchauon, of Davenport. Okla.
.John .1 Hol&s, Register.
—rt 20 429
I,and Office at Oklahoma fMty. O T.
May 14. 1902.
Notice is hereby friven that the following-
nam«Ml sot th r has llled notice of his intention
to make ilnal proof in support of his claim, and
that said nroof will be made before T. H.
Knapp. United States Court Commissioner. ;it
(.'handler. Okla.. on June Both. I(t()* . viz:
Lewis F. Haley, •
of Rossville. Oklahoma, for the se qr sec 2:2,
township i:t. north of range 3 east.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his eoni inuous residence upon and cultivating
> of said land, viz
Jesse MeFarland. John McCuan, JelT Love
and Chandler I ove. all of Rossville, Okltt
Anton II. Ci«arsxn, Register
NOTICE OP APPLICANT TO SHLI. 1NTOX-
ICATING LIQUORS AT RETAIL.
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given, that I, the under-
signed. W. F. Cannan. did on the -1st day of
May 1902, tile in the oltice of the county clerk
of Lincoln county. Oklahoma territory, my ap-
plication, by petition of a majority of the resi-
dent taxpayers of Creek township, in said Lin
coin county, setting forth that the undersigned
applicant is a person of respectable character
and standing, and a resident of the territory
of Oklahoma, and praying that a license may
be issued to him by the county clerk and the
county commissioners of the said Lincoln-
county, for the sale of malt, spirituous and
vinous liquors on lot thirteen (13), in block
twenty-six (20), in the town of Prague in Creek
.township, Lincoln county, Oklahoma territory,
and that said petition will be heard and said
license will be issued on the 5th day of June,
1 <)()•.', unless there be an objection and remon-
strance tiled in the office of the county clerk
of said county, on or before said 5th day of
.) une* 11)02. against tJe issuance of said license.
Dated at Prague. Lincoln county, Oklahoma,
this -.'1st day of May. 1902
W. b\ Cannan, Applicant. •
First published May 22. 1902.
5 22— 0 19 7528 •
Noiieo for Publication.
Land office at Guthrie, <>. T.
May 31. 1902.
Notice is hereby given thai the following-
nanii'd settler has filed notice of his intention
*to make Ilnal pr.iof in support of his claim and
that said proof v ill be made before T. B.,
Kmipp r. S. al Chandler. Okla-
homa. on .1 une 2-1. li*>2. jiz:
James T. Rowland,
of Chandler. Okla.. for the se qr section 8.
township II. nor.h ol range east.
Hi' names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
M. ('•Kieeman. If. P. Martin. N. Olson. Will-
iam Taylor, all of ('handler itkla.
.Inn \ .1. Iloi.K.s. liegi-ffer.
* LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
• Chandi.kh, Okla . May 21. 1
Notice is hereby given that the following
named person has iflled application and pet ition
for a license to sell malt, spiritu >us and virous
liquors in the county of Lincoln and territory
■ if (Iklahoma. and that unless remonsiranee be
llled as required by law within two weeks from
llie lirst publication i I this notice, the law be-
ing complied with, such license will be issued.
viz: , , .,
k Roberts of Creek township, in the
town oi Prague, Lincoln county. Oklahoma.
h. E Stkai'ishkn, County Clerk
First published May 22, 1M02.
Liquor License Notice. •
CHANDI.ku. Okla., May 21. Il«'2.
Notice is hereby given ihat the following
named person lias ilk-d application and petition
for a license to sell malt, spirituous, and vinous
liquors in the conn t v of I .incoin and thi \ •• i ri
lory of Oltlahoina. ami that unles-remonstrance
be illed as required bv law within two weeks
from the lirst, mfblieation of this notice, the
law being complied with, such license will he
issued, viz: * , ,
Joseph Hrdv, of Creek township,in the town
of Prague, l.incoln county. Oklahoma.
U. STiiAt tiUKN. County clerk
First publication May 22. IWJ. «
LIQUOK LICENSE NOTICE. *
Chandi.' ii. Okla . May 21. liXtt.
Notice iS hereby given that the following
named persons have tiled application and petl
ti',>n for a Meon*e to sell malt, spirituous and
vinous liquors in th • count y of Lincoln anil tc.r-
rilorv of Oklahoma, and that unless remon-
strance "c filed as r«quired bv law «itliiti two
weeks from the lirst publication of this notice,
the law heius.' eonip'i d with, such license \v-iiI
be issued, viz:
I'eruins Hugsdale & Co.. ol Creek township,
in the iov'vn of Prague, l.incoln .county. Okla.
^!. E Stiiauciikn. County lerk.
First publication May 22. ll«K, .
A good eight-room boarding and lodging
rhouse and teed barn on two good lots near
! the Senter of the business part of Chandler,
Okla., for sale at a bargain by J. B. Under-
j wood, real estate agent, Chandler, Okla.
Twenty to thirty thousand feet of goifd
native lumber, all dimension stuff, live and
a half miles southeast Chandler.
J. S. Richardson.
A Sad Fluke.
El Reno Democrat: "The monster" Cross
ratification at Oklahoma City was pulled off
on schedule time. It was a monstrous fail-
ure 'so far as interest and numbers were
concerned*. Less than 300 people outside
of the county of Oklahoma attended and
there was absolutely no enthusiasm mani-
fested at any time or at any place. Old
democrats on every hand were heard to re-
mark that it was the chilliest and most un-
interesting meeting of the kind ever held in
the territory. Nothing was done at the
meeting except chaw the single statehood
rag and go home. The crowd from this
town numbered just five people and King-
fisher was represented by one lonely demo-
crat, and so it was from the majority of the
counties of the territory.
The blowout has its lessons. First, it
demonstrates the foolishness of an early
campaign; second, the absurdity of the
Enid platform; third, the danger of experi-
menting with non-resident candidates;
fourth, the folly of expecting a gosling lead-
ership to cut much ice in a campaign against
wisdom, money and experience.
* Iii a Predicament.
The democrats of Oklahoma this fall will
be in a predicament in their campaign, so
far as it shall pertain to statehood. If they
make single statehood, under what the term
is generally understood to mean, they will
be contrary to the actions of their national
party in the house of representatives. If
they denounce «Flynn because he was for
Oklahoma statehood, then they must de-
nounce their party leaders in the house and
senate, because it is substantially Flynn's
original statehood bill that comprises the
Oklahoma provision in the omnibus bill. If
they indorse and stand by the action of their
party in the house, then perforce they must
indorse Flynn, and That, for Oklahoma
democrats, will be a peculiar and galling
Query—What will Oklahoma democrats
do in the coming campaign of statehood?
Wichita Eagle. •
of Chandler, en
dorsed and super-
vised by the Unit-
•ed States govern-
ment should be-
good enough for
the Scenic Route
Horse and jack bills—News office.
• Cheap Money.
* When in need of of short time loans, see
Bateman *Bros. Offices at Chandler and
ii ' •
PATTON PAINT CO. Sunville. Sun.
' liI'llt liMlli n :
I'm lioni shining now for afr s
Ou tlie paints tliat people list,
Anil my pleasure is to spoil tliem, •
But iimthillks I've got the lilues; •
Fori struck a kind this morning
Tlmf would not grow uniekly faint,
Anil I found liv asking Venus •
That 'twas Patton's Sun-Proof Paint."
■Wily, 1 shone titiil shone upon it
So's to make th" paint degrade,
And 1 nearly had a sun burst , *
O'er this stuff that you have made.
When I saw my work quite useless
Tina 1 called on every Saint;
But they, loo, could not affect it—
'Twos your "Pulton's Snn-Prool Paint."
And now, sirs, here's my order:
Fifty gallons send tome,
Of your brightest golden color, .
AhiI please send it ('. ti.il. '
You see the Sun needs painting
And I wanted snlnething quaint ^
So I thought I'd send an order
For your "Pattou's Sun-Proof Paint."
The Man in the Sun.
SpiiiI for Itook of Taint K nowl-
eiiKe iiml Advice Free, to
patton PAINT co.,
F07 SALE BY
DAVIDSON & CASS,
( CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA
To Save Their Reputation.
To save the reputation of the democrats
who have so vigorously maligned Dennis
Flynn, it will be necessary for some one to
hypnotize the senate and have them refuse to
admit Oklahoma as a state. The democrats
were sure that Flynn did not offer his state-
hood bill in good faith; they were sure he
would not allow it to pass as he wanted it
for campaign material for anotlier term.
Now that the bill has passed the hou^e and
the credit for its passage largely given to
Flynn, the democrats' only hope is that
Flynn defeat it in the senate. Of course a
man who has no influence like Flynn,a man
who is a back number, is not supposed to
have much weight with the senate, but to
make good for the democrats and to keep j
them from revising their platform, Dennis |
will have to annul the passay of the bill by !
the house in some way and the senate is his j
last and 'only chance. Blackwell Times- i
' Record. t ' •
The £ey-Note Speech.
Who sounded the keynote at Saturday's
! ratification? Inasmuch as it was Bill's party
i one would quite naturally expect him to be
[ the chief entertainer, but it is really quite
difficult to find him in the very lengthy re-
volt of the function printed in the Oklaho-
man, temporarily the mouthpiece f^ir Cross.
Van Winkle's speech is given verbatim, so
is Forrest's and Judge Gore's and Hagan's.
j Twenty lines, are devoted to the hero of the j
occasion. The mention of Cross is in the j
j form of a postscript. People quite naturally j
I looked for Bill's speec^i in full, double j
' leaded, accentuated with italic and punctu- j
I ated with (applause) and the meagre paren- j
; thetical remark that the Honorable Bill I
| Cross also spoke, was a keen disappoint- 1
Chandler, Okla., May 17, 1902.
j Dr. P. H. Minor, Chandler,10. T.:
I Dear Sir - I was afflicted with the piles
I for thirty years fiefore I went to you for
treatment. . I was not able to work, but now
i I am entirely cured and in good health. I
I'want to advise all who are similarly nfllicti d
| to go to you and be cured. Ho cure, no
l pay. I did not pay you one cent until I was
; :ured arfd you let me be the judge.
Very truly yours,
Its rails penetrate the fertile States of
TEXAS and the
ALABAMA and the
It reaches the rich farming lands of Kansas
and Oklahoma, the mineral fields of Southern
Missouri and Northern Arkansas, the cotton
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dreds of other industrial places ol interest and
profit to the home-seeker and investor. And
last, but not least, it will carry you to the famed
health resorts of the Ozarks,
The Chandler Publicist does even worse j
than the Okhhoman in writing up Colonel j
Hill's little party at Oklahoma City last Sal- J
irday. It did not even say that he also |
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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/m1/13/: accessed April 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.