The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 30, 1903 Page: 2 of 10
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THE CHANDLER NEWS: THURSDAY, JULY 30, 19C3.
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Drs. Gunn & Gunn
Dr. Emma Gunn
Expert and Most Qualified
They disclaim knowing all as appertaining to the healing art, Drs. Gunn & Gunn will tell
/oil that the field is too wide, that life is too short, that brain knowledge is so constituted as to
make it an impossibility for any one physician to trail all diseases to which the flesh is heir,
and do so after an experienced and competent manner. Ten thousand and over are too
many different diseases for any one medical man or woman to attempt to take care of.
— at their
On Two Days Only-July 30 and 31
Their Whole Time
and years of exper-
ience in the treat-
ment and cure of
of the diseases of
the blood, diseases
of the stomach,
live i , kidneys,
bladder, diseases of
the nerves, and dis-
eases of the skin.
The removal of
cancers, and the
cure of tumors, the
treatment and cure
of rupture, piles,
and all rectal dis-
eases, by the latest
and up to date pain-
less and bloodless
methods are fast
making these doc-
tors a great name
in this country. The
doctors have had
years of exprience
in best hospitals of
New York City,
where they are
Thr Stroud base bailers balled 18
lull hours on List Sabbath.
\ round bale aparatus is being
added to the IViwrll cotton gin.
Many of our farmers are planting
*ome drouth defying Mexican corn.
The magic city postmaster s fath
er is sojourning in the "gate-way
Tom Henderson took a two week's
outing among the Ciary Stake red-
Several carloads of nicely -aired
hay *s being shipped from here nearly
Lon Rgnew's two alligators cut up
very inskv capers in their tank dur-
ing these tophet-hot days.
Only four of the many magic city
residences wear green coats of paint.
Yellow and butt are the prevailing
It is claimed that a secret agent
from the Indian bureau is around
here taking the names of all illegally
married or divorced Sacs a'.id Vexes
Twelve homeseekers are here
trom Nebraska to: thr -.v.v.vse c: in-
specting farms and, doubtless, to
buy some Lincoln countv sc.'.
Considerable wheat s being
brought to this town from near the
Cimarron, for the good reason that
the Stroud g:a;r. buyers pa\ s.v
cents more tor a bushel than is paid
A r.vr:-\\is oducated
hobo Kood4wwnd has beer hoki.rg
forth ift this towc, for some t.rr.e.
The gigantic ar hunter behaves
ven d\gr.ifin4 wher. ir pretence ot
lots ot \ e lying c-. s
CVte cvwc red ;ser o: oc on. o. : he
vV,de-c. Ya'..e\ ,v,*:v.ct. sa\ s tha: ore
o: h*,s cotton, SeV.s oo :a ~.c s \
teer. acres. * virid ore a v. a halt
bales to the acre orovv.-.rg a k
tTv*t dor": eor.-.e Serore Oct 1 <:h
The recent sudden death of News
Agent Rratne leaves a great void in
this young town. The deceased was
physically the smallest man in
Stroud, but mentally, socially and
spiritually he was one of the biggest
citiiens in eastern Oklahoma.
Tom Warren, alias Whistling
Tom. of this vicinity, is a musical
prodigy. Every tune he whistles is
brand new melody, and Tom often
whistles from early morn till close
of day. Those who know say that
some of Tom's tunes are good ones.
A man named Shelton treated a
hundred anti-horsethieves, other
white folks and scores of Euohee In-
dians, to a sumptuous barb a cue at
the Rocky Ford, lower Deep Fork,
last Friday- Stroud's 400 were
ably represented. Everybody had
an abundance of expertly barba-
oued beet, and every Indian, includ-
ing John Bigpond, was given about
titty pounds to take home
Better council on the better roads
proposition prevailed, and it has
been agreed that the west road be-
tween Stroud and the Agency will
be thoroughly improved without de-
lay. Crushed iron rock and lime
stone •will be used on the grade ia
the Deep Fork bottom. About So.-!
v\\\ worth of work will be done or.
that highway between now and next
October the county commission-
ers. Ot course, will very liberally
help to construct the greatly-needed
'ohr. Donaldson, the genial pro-
moter ot South St roue, says that he
never got but one Jf«t letter in all
h;s ar.d he reoeived the arr. \tory
ec.stle through a bee-fur.- postoir.ee,
"The postmaster, '•be could neither
read no: w: te. kept :he ktters :r. a.r.
elr^-tree h^ee-c*.rr., .vn.t ftr.r.i?.. .*.?
c.rr wherever anybody asked for
Tfta:.: telling the persor. to he'.- hia-
se".: The trst ari or.lv letter m
that bee-cu~ tcr J ^
I*sr>aHsor happened to be the or.lv
eve '.e:te be ever coi v. fc.s
Old Bachelor Henry Sargeant,
who owns considerable property in
Stroud, Cushing, and in Kansas, is
one of the most Simon Pure her-
mits of this region. He has slept in
or under his mule wagon the last
twenty-three years ; he always rel-
ishes his own cooking best; seldom
enters into a conversation; hardly
ever laughs, smokes or drinks ; never
I went to church or to an election;
never had a fight, a lawsuit nor a
"best girl," and he is strictly hon-
The Epworth League will give a
I literary and social entertainment
next Friday night. The literary
part of the program will be given in
the church. Ice cream will be served
out doors, near the church.
To the Public.
Owing to the condition of my
health I find it necessary to absent
myself from the county for a short
time. Anyone having business with
I the overseer of the poor in the 2d
district are referred to County Clerk
, H. E. Straughen. who is authorized
to discharge the duties of that office
i by me during mv absence.
Commissioner 2d District.
Farm For Sale.
\ Any one wishing to purchase a
farm should call on J. M. Austin one
and one-half miles west and one-half
mile south of Chandler who has a
1 fine eighty for sale at a fair price.
Legal blanks at The News office.
Quit Claim and
Notes. Oil Inspection
Warrants. Tow ship
Plats. Road Overseers'
Time Books. Coin
Coupon Rooks at
THE CHANDLER NEWS
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 30, 1903, newspaper, July 30, 1903; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117696/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.