The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1902 Page: 3 of 14
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THE ChANDLER NEWS: THUSRDAY. MAY 29, 1902.
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are here again. * Better make
haste to see us for the thjn£s'
. you need. Prices to save you
cool dimes and dollars.
lee Cream Freezers,
If Woman's Work
Is Never Done
It isn't our fault. Its'because
she doesn't take advantage of
our money-saving prices on
the things she needs.
Buck's-Stoves and Ranges
f TERRITORY NOTES.
Edmond has a ladies' band with twenty-
five members. .
L'he graduating exercises of the normal
school at Ed nond will occur on June 12.
Enid has organized a brand new republi-
can club with a memb -rship of about 500
The way the war is raging over those new
In i in territory offices is worthy of Okla-
Bill Crois is still traveling over the terri-
tory peddling caiico and trying to hypnotize
Wh;n a democrat or a populist makes
any kick on the candidacy of Cross, the
democratic papers say the kicker has been
bought by the republicans—which would be
a humiliating confession for a. self-respect-
ing people to make. ■ ,
A telegraph operator at Yukon ^hot him-
self last Thursday. Disappointment in love
is^said to be the cause.
A gas well at Tulsa caught fire 5ne dav
last week and strangers thought that Mont
Pelee was doing business there.
Out in Roger Mills county a cyclone par-
aded along in full view of the passengers on
a Choctaw train one day last week.
The Carmen Headlight doesn't take
stock in the idea of booming a home
for congress. It is for Dick Morgan.
About the best paper for real railroad
news is the Shawnee daily Herald. Editor
Barrett knows what is worth printing.
The democratic conmittee will furnish
the democratic and (s vallowed) pop papers
with portrait cuts of Bachelor Bill Cross.
About as readable an editorial page as
can be found in any Oklahoma paper is that
of the Enid Events. It is original stuff, too.
Oklahoma City's postoffice has an electric
stamp-cancelling machine, the only* one in
Oklahoma City can point to the fact that
track is actually being laid on her new
Enid's commercial club holds meetings
every night. Enid is getting things, too,
it will be noticed.
People who own cyclone caves have a
good time pumping the water out of them
this wet weather.
A county prohibition convention was held I
last week at Carmen probably the first ever !
Anyhow,, the republicans will not nomi-
nate a man who cannot make a speech at J
his own ratification.
Geary seems to be one of the booming j
towns on the west side. Geary has a good j
commercial club, of course.
George Orner's congressional boom is as- j
suming the proportions of the real thing.
Garfield county is enthusiastically for him. I
Buck Campbell, formerly of the Wauko-
j mis Hornet, is a candidate for register of
deeds in Kiowa county.
Tom Hensley says the Oklahoma City
| ratification, like the Enid convention, was
pulled before it was ripe.
Oklahoma City and Guthrie should boih
be spinked and put to bed till they can quit
making faces at each other.
The Guthrie Leader thinks the republi-
cans have reached the conclusion that Cross
is too weak to be worth fighting.
It is amusing to read the political predic-
tions of pikers who haven't been in the
territory long enough to be legal voters.
Eugene Gill, the secretary of the demo-
cratic campaign committee, was formerly
editorial writer on the Guthrie State Capital.
Now the democrats claim that a pop in-
troduced a free text book bill in the first
legislature. Perhaps, and the matter was
dropped there. The republicans are for
tree text books NOW.
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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/m1/3/: accessed March 2, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.