The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1902 Page: 8 of 14

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TH1: CiiANDLteX NEWS: riilS^IHY. M\Y 2v, 190,!
North Losey came up from Oklahoma
City last Sunday.
E. L. Conklin, of Sac and Fex, was here
yesterday on business.
G. W. Schlegel has just completed a neat
addition to his residence.
John M. Hale made a business trip to
Guthrie the last of last week.
M. H. Reeves is moving and otherwise
improving his residence property.
Attention is called to the notice of the
county convention in this issue of the News.
Did you ever stop to think how much
money there is in hay? Read Collar's ad.
Mrs. L. Kaufman, of Chicago, arrived
Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Moritz
H. E. Kanaga made a business trip of
several days to the Indian territory this
Miss Ruth Winscott left last Friday tor a
visit with relatives at her old home in Mis-
souri. *
The price of hay is still high* Buy a
Deering mower from Collar and make some
Miss Joe Woi-jott has returned from Paw
nee, where she has been teaching for sev-
eral months..
H. R. Lott, one of the prominent colored
men of Tohee county, was a Chandler vis-
itor Wednesday. a
The Deep Fork river has been very high
during the past week and a great deal of
damage is reported.
Tom Jarboe, the genial manager for
Scarff & O'Connor's big house at Oklahoma
City, was a Chandler visitor yesterday.
Lee Patrick came in yesterday from
Asher for a visit with his family. He
thinks that Asher will soon be a railroad
Messrs. Martin & Scammon arrived this
morning from Pittsburg, Kan., and are ne-
gotiating for the purchase of E. W. Hoyt's
abstract business.
The completion of the Frazier building is
bsing delayed by the high water, which
makes it impossible to secure a satisfactory
grade of sand for plastering purposes.
Owing to the increase in postal business
the salaries of twenty Oklahoma postmasters
will be increased the first of July. Chan-
dler is among the number, the salary being
increased from $1,600 to $1,700.
Mrs. N. B. Gilstrap left Sunday after-
noon for a visit at Arkansas City and New-
ton, Kan. She was accompanied by her
granddaughter, Fay, who has been spend-
ing the winter here and who went on to her
home at Divide, Colo.
vinous liquors on lot thirteen (till
lit ! v -dx (5(5), ill the second ward of tnt i.ity o
Chandler, Lincoln county, Oklahoma, and that
said petition will he hoard and said li'-'>'n^wtll
be issued "ti th nth day of June. l'.KI-J, unless
there ti • an objection, protest "remonstrance
a«ainst the Issuance then of tiled in tlie omi t
of the count y clerk on or before said l8th day
° Date this :Mth day of Ma* . IS*'- at' handler,
Lincoln county, O. T ,
A. M. Ktun. Applicant..
First published May 1W-
Mr. McSuire, whose ho e is in Pawn e cou its, is assistant Unitncl 't-tes At-
tome for Oklahoma, and is one of the most prominent candidates lor ,fhe r publi-
can nomination for delegate to congress. He is an able mail and a splendid can -
paigner, and his friends insist thut h.- is a sure v^ntier. He would make a
congressman. *
To be
eight times out ten simply means
to be healty. Unless your coun-
tenance has some serious defect
all you need is to be full of that
Abundant Health
and Vigor,
that glorious, full-blooded life,
to be counted good looking. See
what you think would do you 5
most good among the medicines
then come here and buy a trial
bottle, box, or package.
COX & COX, prop.
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God in
the dispensation of his divine providence
and wisdom to summon from earth our be-
loved and esteemed neighbor, J. A. McLane,
therefore be it
Resolved, That we tender to the bereaved
family our sincere and heartfelt sympathy in
their bereavement and recommend them to
the all-wise Father for consolatioif, and be
it further v
Resolved, That we offer these resolutions
as a last tribute to one whose services have
been faithfully and conscientiously per-
formed as a member of our camp of# the
Modern Woodmen of America, and be it
further, .
Resolved, That the clerk of Chandler
camp No. 7257 be instructed to spread thes
| resolutions on the minutes, and that a copy
be furnished the cdunty papers for pubi -
( W. H. Davis,
Committee , W. S. Shai fer,
I, T. J. Jones.
J. W. McNeal.
J. W. McNeal, of Guthrie, was in Chan-
dler for ashoit time Wednesday. Mr.'Mc-
Neal is president of the Guthrie National
b in ' ai;d is an active candidate for the r -
publican nomination for delegate to con-
gress. lie is o:.e of the first settles of the
territory and is one of Guthrie's most suc-
cessful business men and enterprising citi-
zens. He 1 .s ai. ajs been a le i^iilican
and has a great many frien s over the te -
ritory. He will undoubtedly ha\e a strong
support in the convention.
Base Ball.
A baseball game has been matched for
tomorrow aft moon between Chandler and
Tulsa and wil. be p^yed on tl.e Chandler
grounds. The Tulsa team is said to include
some of the best players in the Indian terri-
tory and this ought to be an interesting
game. *
Good Town.
Attention is called to the advertisement of
j the new town of Parneli which is to occur
on June 12. This townsite is surrounded
by a very tine farming country. It is gen-
j erally agreed that there is no better farming
I land than in the Qftapaw valley. Every-
thing seems favorable to the making of a
I first-class town at Parneli. It is on the line
j of the Santa Fe road and may secure the
j Ft. Smith & Western also. The townsite is
not a very large one and those who wish to
secure lots, either to build upon or for in-
vestment, would do well to secure tickets a*
once for the drawing.
Bank of Parneli.
The Bank of Parneli has been organized
with a capital stock of $5,000 to begin bus-
iness at the new town of Parneli as soon as
it is opened. The institution is in the
hands of capable and enterprising gentle-
men and will undoubtedly prove a success.
The officers are as follows: P. S. Hoff-
man, president; J. W. Hocker, vice piesi-
ident; N. Whitacre, cashier; W. B. Frank,
assistant cashier.
ClIA.NPl.KR, 01ila.vMny JS). 1902.
Notice is hereby uivon thai the following
named person has liled application and peti
tion for a license to sell mult, spirituous and
vinous liquors in the county of Lincoln and ter-
ritory of Oklahoma, and that unless remon-
strance De Hied as required by law within two
weeks from the first publication of this notice,
the law being complied with, such license will
be issued, viz:
Win. liollwine. of Wellston, Oklahoma, on
west -'5 feet of east 100 feet of lots 1 to 5, block
12. in the town of Wellston, Lincoln county,
Wm. BOU.WINK, Applicant
First publication May 29, 1902.
Territory of Oklahoma, I
County of Lincoln, f
To all whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given, that I, A. M. Rueb,
did on the 29th day of May. 1902, tile in the office
ot the county clerk of the county and terri-
tory above named, my application, by petition
of j.i names of the resident taxpayers of the
Second ward of the city of Chandler. Lincoln
county, Oklahoma, setting forth that tne under-
signed applicant is a person of respectable char-
acter and standing, and a resident of the terri-
tory of Oklahoma, and praying that a license
may be issued to him by the county clerk and
the board of county commissioners of Lincoln
county, for the sale (if mult, spirituous and
Burlington Route.

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* C. M. Levey,
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j 11_-i; i 1 i -s t
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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. ( accessed May 11, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History,; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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