The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 30, 1903 Page: 5 of 10
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THE CHANDLER NEWS: THURSDAY, JULY 30, 19C3.
Leader Grocery Co.
BARGAINS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
1 Gallon Pail Syrup 30t
5 Pounds Rice 25c
8 Bars Silk Soap 25c
1 Pound Good Bulk Coffee I ()c
3 1 -lb Cans Baking Powder 25t
Opposite The First National Bank.
Rev. J. A. Ferguson came in last
night from an extended trip ov?r the
territory and will remain a few days.
Fifty Years the Standard
John M. Hale,
F. A. Ashton,
Chas. A. Tilghman,
CHANDLER NATIONAL BANK.
DOES A (ilfNERAL UANKINU BUSINESS.
Ayfyfre^atf responsibility ■ >(' -luckhoUlei S, Ki,<m> .«M>. Viiur patronage
Corner Ninth Street and Manvel Avenue.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Joe Kittrell returned Sunday from
John Bennington, of Tryon, was
in Chandler yesterday.
A. E. Ross returned last Friday
from a business trip to points in the
Alex. McElLIinney was up from
Sparks for a short visit the tirst of
Rev. J. O. Heath and wife attend-
ed a Baptist convention at Wellston,
yesterday and to day.
Judge S. D. Decker made a visit
to Choctaw City the first of the week
on professional business.
Mrs. Mary Green returned Tues-
day from a ten day's visit with her
son, J. W. Green, near Carney.
A. Jacobs left Sunday for St. Louis |
and Chicago to purchase additions j
to his large and up-to-date stock.
The Old Niblack residence, now |
the property of Roy Hoffman, is be- j
ing repaired and improved this week, j
Miss Georgia Ritchey, of the Star
store, left yesterday for a month's
vacation at Weatherford with rela-
Mr. and Mrs. Oxley Johnson ar-
rived last Friday from Neodesha
Kinsas, for a visit withth eir daugh
tcr, Mrs. H. C. Downey.
Mrs. Frank Riddle entertained a
party of friends at the ice plant last
Friday evening in honor of her sis-
ter, Miss Ina Prowant.
W. O. Allison writes that he has
been transferred by the Santa Fe
pctple to Purcell, where he is to be
night agent in the future.
In an altercation with Tom Baily
near Sparks last Saturday, Harvey
Arnold was struck with a hoe and
BOme of his fingers were cut off.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that the board ot
county commissioners ot Lincoln county, Ok-
lahoma territory, will receive sealed bids for
the construction of a tire-proof vault for the
safe keeping of Lincoln county records, ac-
cording to plans and specifications now on
fi'e in the office of the county clerk of said
county. Said bids will be received at the
county clerk's office up to and including
August 15th, 1903, at b p. m. Said bids
will be opened and considered on August
17, 1903. The board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. Each bidder must
deposit a certified check of $300 on condi-
tion that he will make his contract and bond
if successful, without delay.
The successful bidder must give his bond
in twice the value of the contract condi-
tioned on the faithful performance of the
contract, and the payment in full for all
material and labor without cost to Lincoln
Said building shall be completed in sixty
days from the signing of the contract, un-
less preveuted by extraordinary causes be-
yond control of the contractor.
By order of the board of county commis-
sioners of said Lincoln county.
Witness my hand and seal this 21st day
—•—> of July 1903.
[seal] H. E. Straughen,
—..—' County Clerk.
Legal blanks at The News office.
Geo. A. Smith and family re-
turned Monday from their outing in
Colorado, much improved in health.
Mr. Smith will again take charge of
F. S. Nestlerode, who was charged
jointly with Angus Ames with black-
mail, is no longer a defendant in the
cas^, the case against him having
F. G. Pomeroy and wife, of Con-
way Springs, Kan., left yesterday
morning for their home after a visit
with the families of M. G. King and
L. W. Pomeroy near Chandler.
L. J. Kalklcch and J W. Martin
were here yesterday from Lawton.
They are both enthusiastic over the
gold mining prospects in the Wichita
mountains and are selling stock in a
Uncle Jim Evans, who formerly
resided n°ar Parkland, came in last
week from California, where he has
been for nearly two years past a
member of the national soldiers'
home near Los Angelos.
We understand that the electric
light plant will be located on Sixth
street, near the Frisco track. The
machinery is all here, and the work
of installing the plant will be pushed
as rapidly as possible. Mr. Carver
expects to have the plant in opera-
tion sometime in September.
L. C. Fouquet, the fruit man, has
on exhibition at Wright's drug store
some remarkably fine samples of
fruit. Among them is a jar of Shan-
non Pippin apples, weighing from 20
to 25 ounces each. There are some
other varieties of apples and some
very large rheubarb. The display
will be left there for some time, and
Mr. Fouquet will make some addi-
tions to it from fruit not yet mature.
We hope that others will take a
"similar interest in showing up the
resourc s of Lincoln county.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Highest tests U.S. Gov't Chemists
Anadarko had a $20,000 fire yes-
terday. The fire originated in the
postoffice building. Jas. A. Hill, for-
merly of Chandler, had his printing
DOUBL E DAILY SERVICE
Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains
Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars
between MEMPHIS and the
J. 8. McNALLY, D. P. A., GEO. H. LEE, Q. P. A..
Oklahoma City, O. T. Little RooU, Ark.
THE UNION NATIONAL BANK,
i he Bank of Hoffman, Charles & Conklin.
organized in 1892.
Gemnl Banking: Business, Exchange and Collections
Corner Mmvel 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 hy loan companies Principal and interest payable at our oHii e in Chu.idler.
We do our own inspecting. No delay. See us before you arrange for a loan.
Rooms 4 and 5 Clapp Building HOPPING & HOYT.
w. r. GU1.1CK.
LINCOLN COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE
Successors to Martin & Scammon.
Room 6, Clapp Building. Chandler, Okla.
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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. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117696/m1/5/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.