The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE CHANDLER NEWS: THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1903.
We have just received a large
shipment of Trunks, suit cases etc.
TRUNKS: $1.50, $1.T5, $2.00, $2.25,
and up to $18.00.
.You should examine this line care-
fully before buying.
THE NEW YORK STORE
Old Asre Pensions.
Simply speaking, the payment
an old age pension, say of a hundred
dollars each to every citizen, male
or female, who has passed the age of
seventy, does not involve a heavy
burden to the state.
Let us now consider for a moment
the advantages which the state, as
an organization, would receive from
such a system. As matters stand,
the managers of asylums, whether
for the poor, or perhaps for the blind,
or insane, or other invalids, are
always at their wits' ends to know
what they shall do with the aged
people who are crowded upon them.
The almshouses of towns and coun-
ties are filled in the same way.
Now, all these old people are bet-
ter cared for in the homes of old
neighbors, or old friends, very pos-
sibly of sons, or of daughters, who
would receive them and take charge
of them humanely if they could re-
ceive a little ready money for the
extra expense. As society organizes
itself, a very little money goes a
great way in the average household
of an American. The moment that
it appears that a grandfather or a
grandmother has a hundred dollars
a year to his good, that moment we
shall find that the burden thrown
upon the state and town in their
asylums is reduced by a larger pro-
portion than by the charge made by
the pensions upon the treasury. Thus
the pension system has the great ad-
vantage that it maintains life in
homes, and that it abates the neces-
sity for great institutions or asylums.
—Eiward Everett Hale, in the Jutie
Death of Milton Falkenstein.
Milton Falkenstein died at the
home of his parents, four miles north
of town, Saturday, after a protracted
struggle with typhoid fever. The
funeral was held at the Christian
church Sunday afternoon and was
largely attended by the townspeople
as well as by the neighbors of the
family. The sermon was preached
by the young man's pastor, Rev.
Wrentmore, and the pall-bearers
were the young men of his neighbor-
mal; make the acquaintance of
teachers ; see who attend and make
All teachers and friends of educa-
tion are invited to attend and take
part. Turn out and make this meet-
ing an educational factor to be felt
throughout the coming school year.
E. B. Shotwell.
hood. The interrment was at Wright
Milton was the eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Falkenstein. Re
had attended church and school in
Chandler for several years and was
as well known and highly esteemed
as in his home vicinity. He united
with the Christian church several
years ago and has been most faith-
ful in attendance upon the various
services and in his observance of the
teachings of the gospel- The past
winter he taught school and achieved
success in that undertaking. Al-
together he was a young man of
more than ordinary promise and abil-
ity. He had a natural refinement
and geniality of manner which at-
tracted and held the general regard
of the communities in which he was
known. It is a sad blow to the pa-
rents, brother and sisters, and a loss
to his many friends. Yet the exam-
ple of a bright young christian man-
hood remains as a consolation and
Lincoln County School Board meeting:.
The next meeting of the Lincoln
county school board will be held in
the high school building in Chandler
on June 20th, beginning at 1 :30
1. More Normal Schools of Town-
ship Graded Schools, by F. H.
Knack; general discussion.
2. Our School's Greatest Need, by
H. L. Saunders; general discus-
3. Care of School House and
Grounds,by Mrs. Gertie Springer,
4. Requisites of a Good School, by
D. H. Newsome; general dis-
5. Advantages of County School
Tax, by C. N. Brown; general
6. General questions for the good
It is earnestly desired that all
school boards in the county be in
attendance. If all three members
cannot come, arrange for at least
one member to come. Visit the Nor-
The party having charge of the
local arrangements for the gradua-
tion exercises at Stroud having re-
ported that he cannot be ready this
week, the exercises at that point will
be indefinitely postponed.
The graduating exercises for
graduates of the central part of the
county will be held in the high school
room in Chandler, Monday, June
1st. A program consisting of reci-
tations, essays and music, by the
graduates will be rendered. General
admission free ; however, a number
of seats will be reserved for those
who desire to pay for and secure
seats. Tickets for these seats will
be for sale at the City Drug store
during Saturday and Monday at 25c
each. Proceeds to go into the Nor-
E. B. Shotwell,
THE KEELEY CERE.
Cures Whiskey, Morphine, Cocaine and
Tobacco. The only Keeley Institute in
Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territory.
Established in Dallas 1894.
The Keeley Institute,
Bellevue Place, Dallas, Texas.
J. H. Keith, Proprietor.
"Our Mission."—Mrs. Greenwell.
"The Engineer's Story."—Mrs.
Fine music will be rendered by
the best home talent.
W. C. T. U. Contest.
A. L. Thomas, of Winfield, Iowa,
has purchased the Henry Glover
farm southeast of Chandler,the con-
the sideratlon being $3,200,
The Deep Fork was so high last
Friday that the Parnell mail could
not go out, and on Saturday the
Sparks mail carrier failed to reach
Notwithstanding the unfavorable
weather the work on the Wolcott
building is progressing very well.
This building will be one of the
handsomest business houses in town.
The members of the Victoria Re-
bekah lodge at their last meeting
adopted resolutions expressing their
esteem for the late W. N. Warren
and extending their sympathy to the
The following ladies are to be par-
ticipants in the Matron's Medal con-
test to be held in the assembly room
of the school building, on the even-
ing of June 9th ;
"Frances E. Willard." — Mrs.
"The Rum Maniac."—Mrs. Rid-
"Uncle Jerry's Platform."-—Mrs.
C. C. Christal left last Sunday for
St. Louis to make some purchases of
summer goods for the New York
store. Mr. Bowman, of Stroud, is
here assisting in the store during Mr.
A. V. Gonten, the Wells-Fargo
express agent informs the News that
he has extended the delivery limits
for express to Fourth street on the
north, and west two blocks from
Manvel avenue and east one block,
THE UNION NATIONAL BANK,
Ihe Bank of Hoffman, diaries & Conklin.
organized in 1892.
General Banking Business, Exchange and Collections
Corner Manvel Ave ue and Tenth Street. Chandler, Okla.
FARM LOANS, PRIVATE MONEY
WE ARE now prepared to loan private money on good farms and will meet any rate
made by loan companies Principal and interest payable at our office in Chandler.
We do our own inspecting. No delay. See us before you arrange for a loan.
Rooms 4 and 5 Clapp Building HOPPING & HOYT.
JOHN DEERE Agricultural Implements,
THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD.
Studebaker and Sehuttler Wagons
The Best in the World.
The Best on Earth.
C. A. FILTSCH.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1903, newspaper, May 28, 1903; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117678/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.