The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1902 Page: 4 of 14
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THE ChANDLER NEWS: IHUSRDAY, MAY 29, 1902.
See Hopping for farm loans.
Quick printing—News office.
8 day clocks, $1.50. Kent's.
Cameo ware at P. O. Bookstore.
Up-to-date printing—News office.
Work done by Erwin is well done.
Erwin's watch work gives satisfaction.
See the new Balance cultivators at Collar's.
Alex McElHinney was over from Bristow
Will Allison made a trip to Bridgeport
Poster pictures, newest out, at P. O.
J. W. Hocker made a business trip to
Morris Behr left Tuesday evening for St.
Louis on business.
Miss Jeanette Collar visited relatives at
Guthrie the last of the week.
George Bateman made a business trip to
Wellston the last of the week.
Mrs. S. T. Osborn left last Thursday tor
a visit with her parents at Neosho, Mo.
P. L. Ulam went to Hobart Sunday tor
a week's visit with relatives and friends.
Geo. Y. Walbright, editor of the Stroud
Messenger, was a Chandler visitor Monday.
Mrs. L. H. Wray, left Sunday for Kan-
sas City. She will visit her old home before
Company "B" will be inspected next Mon-
day by Captain Seymour Foose, of the gov-
Rev J. A. Ferguson preached an inter-
esting memorial sermon at the M. E. church
One of the new steel bridges near Soon-
erville was washed out by the floods which
followed recent rains.
E. W. Kim'ber, U. S. commissioner at
Hobart and editor of the Roosevelt Record
was here last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Burgess and little
daughter returned last Thursday from a
visit in Texas and Louisiana.
H. B. Pierce and Miss Ella Conley were
united in marriage here last Thursday by
Rev. Giddens. Mr. Pierce lives at Nora.
Shirt Waist Sale
0 0 For Ten Days Only O 0
Buy your waists now. You are sure to get a bargain. Its the saving
opportunity of the season. Remember these garments are all new,
clean and fresh and made from the very best material and handsomely
trimmed. Some of these waists are white and some are colored. You
can t begin to buy the material for the price we ask for them.
£ £ Here Are the Prices ^ ^
Regular $3.50 Waists j g «« Regular $1-75 Waists ) q , p • C*1 fijl
Regular $3.00 Waists^ bale ^nce C>Z.UU Regular $1.50 Waists | Sale Pnce | ,UU
Regular $2.50 Waists ) n-j y ^ Regular 75c Waists I *rt
Regular $2.00 Waists \ nce Q J ,49 Repular 60c Waists | Sale Price jjj
Some Odd Lots and BroKen Sizes at li^lf and Less than Half.
The Satisfactory Store
fm fT X. 1 "7X
ers to make up a nine, so both sides had to
work in some outsiders. That seems to he
where the cigar rollers got the best of it.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Patrick left Tuesday
evening for Ottawa, Kati. From there they
will go to Pistaqua Bay, near McHenry,
111., for the summer.
J. F. Ayars came up from Prague Tues-
day. He reports that the town is booming
and that buildings are being erected as fast
as material can be obtained.
L. P. King, republican territorial com-
mitteeman, was over from Wellston Mon-
day, looking atter business matters and
1 he ball game Sunday afternoon between
the printers and cigar makers resulted in a'
victory for the latter with a score of 16 to
15. Some of the printers refused to endan-
ger life and limb by participating in the
game, and there were not enough cigar mak-
eight times out ten simply means
to be he;ilty. Unless your coun-
tenance has some setious defect
all you need is to be full of that
that glorious, full-blooded life,
to be counted good looking. Si e
what \ou think would do you
most good among the mod cines
then co i e here and buy a trial
bottl •, box, or package.
CITY DRUG STORE,
COX & COX, Prop.
Capt. Amberg and family moved this
week to their new home northwest of town
on the farm which Mr. Amberg purchased
some time ago from H. F. Johnson.
F. N. Newhouse has decided to start a
paper at Prague, and will get out the first
issue as soon as he can get his outfit moved
from Ingersoll, Okla., to the new town.
Henry Lane, one of th" Choctaw gr iders,
had his knee mashed one day las? week.
Dr. Ellis reports that it will be several
weeks before Lane will be able to work.
A basebaU game between the county offi-
cials and the printers is Achedu'ed for next
Sunday. A1 McLaughlin's fine work as
catcher will be one of the specialties cf the
Francis M. Clute, great incohonee of the
I. O. R. M. of Oklahoma, met last night
with the members of Keokuk tribe and as-
sisted in the conferring of dee sees upon
G. E. Penn tendered his resignation list
week as a member of the city council, fn:t
thai body refused to accept it. n <t nishing
to lose the valuable services of the alder-
man from the third ward. *
I'he postoffice department h is authorize.!
the removal of the postoffice from Barta to
Prague and the change of the name, th s to
take effect as soon as the usual preliminaries
can be gone through with.
W. M. Allison and daughter went to A'va
last week to be present at the presentation
of "The Mikado" by the students of the
Normal. Miss Anna Allison took one of
the leading parts in the opera.
Mrs. M. M. Egbert and Mrs. J. W. Feu-
quay left Sunday evening for Fulton, Mo ,
to attend the commencement exercises at
William Woods college, from which institu-
tion Miss Vernal Egbert will graduate today.
Nearly a hundred persons took advantage
of the excursion rates from Chandler to
Oklahoma City last Sunday. The train was
in sections, one having started from Vinita.
The i risco took about a thousand people
| to Oklahoma City on the two trains.
The lightning artist who is painting land-
scape pictures in the %how window of the
New York stcre, is attracting a great dea1
of attention this week. It is certainly won-
derful to see such excellent pictures pro-
duced w-th a few strokes of the brush.
Mrs. J. M. Harrison and family desire to
express their sincere thanks for thtt sym-
pathy and assistance of friends in their be?
reavement. ^rhe sudden and tragic death
of Mr. Harrison was a heavy blow, bu' the
^weight ot their sorrow is lightened some-
what by the kindness of the many friends
of the one who 4 , gone.
Notice. ' *
There will be preaching at the Christian
church next Sun iay morning at 11 o'clock
by the pastor, out Sunday evening will be
given to children's day exercises.*" Every-
body invited to attend these sendees*
Handsome new lot of albums at P. O
Bookstore. * • ♦
An interesting ball game was played on
the Chandler grounds last Saturday after-
noon between the Third nine of Chandler
and a nine from the* Indian school at Sac
and Irox. The Chandler boys were victori-
ous, the §core being 10 to 9. The Indian
boys arc good players. •
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Notice of Publication.
Land^ office at Guthrie. Okla.
„ . May 2ti, 1U02. •
Notice is hereby jdven that the following-
named settler has ffled notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his ciiilin uud
that said proof willbe made before T. ft Knapp
Jul A w'^'"u:U>DeT' "* Chaodlei nkU. on
of Chandler, Okla.. for the lots 10 and U, no hf
se qr section 19, township It. north of •rante I
He names the following witnesses u> prove
Ms continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said laud viz: *
George TUley, George Weir, William Pike
1 and b rank Oimon. ail of ('handler. <)kla. . .
• John .J. Holrs. jtegisicr.
Do You Want Harness at Cost?
Come and Get Them
Do You Want Studebaker Wagons
At What They Are Worth?
51 DO YO.U WANT
John Deere Implements
'At what'they'are worth?
I HAVE GOT THEM.
Don t pay out your money for gab,
Pay it for the goods.
C. A. FILTSCH
J. L. BENEDICT,
Office 'Phone 167.
Residence 'Phone 27.
DRS. BENEDICT & BISBEE,
Physicians and Surgeons.
W, G. BISBEE.
Entrance to Office
Office Rooms 7, 8, 9,
in the Clapp Building
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.