The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 12, 1903 Page: 4 of 20
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fHE*CHANDLER NEWS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12.
MASS MEETING CALLED.
Collar Furniture Co.
Burns" farm west
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Mrs. Brown is quite ski; at shis
A wish her a soeecy re- —
School began Modco with Mrs.
Brewer as teacher. We wish her
S. T. Malone and S. F._Aller-
baugh attended the teachers" *ssc-
ciation at Chancier Saturday.
S. S. Allen baugh and wife, of
Spares, spent Sunday with his
brother J. M. a. enbaugh, n^r._ wf
J. W. Cansler is going to sell oat
and move to ashingtor. Sis sa.e
is Nov. 16th. at the Martin farm,]
east of M.lls.
Ralph Allenbaugh returned Sun-
day from Cheyenne, Wyoming,
where he spent a., summer, me
says it was frosty up the/e.
Rev. F. Wooley preacheo to a
large coogTegstioc at the s_n_._--
bouse last Sunday after which he
baptized two at McCurry's lake.
We see Mills has a man who be-
lieves in printers mi—zc. .reran-;
who uses space in The Nfws each
week. Mr. Gerardy is an energetic
farmer and handles a good fence.
The Baptists will hold their county
meeting at Mills on the 27th. 25th
and 2ith of November, anc a t>as*et
dmrier on Saturday the 2Sth instant.
Everybody invited to come out ann
enioy themselves. .
The old log school bouse was
hauled away by judge of the Su-
preme Court* Smith the first of toe
"WttSi. IS XiCV USC— hS a. S"Lei.~
One by one the old log school bouses
pass out of existence and are re-
placed by good substantial b_-.n.ngs
John Downey, father ot Mrs.
Leonard Bridge, died at hii^ home
northeast of Chancier *asn -Tries .
Funeral services were canc-oten
from the home Saturday afternoon,
and the body was .am to rest in _ ak
100 young turkeys wanted at the
ti on for the year was he:
Chandler h.gh school, room Nr. 7.
beginning at - u5i! p. m. S^. — -a_%. ,
. _aeetine was well attended
and ".he program entertaing and in-
Prof D. R. Boyd.pres.lent ot the
Universitv. vis with us throughout
the day and addressed the teachers
at 3 o'clock on the subject o: ian-
gugae. Toe aonress snc—o ~a e
been heard by every patron and pu-
pi. as language is not only neglected
Toe progrem was cpen-c. by ~4--
call. answered by quotations ::cm
any living author. ^ ^
Paoer—— furpose ot benot. —-~
jcipline" by O. T. Hayes -.:.o^ .---
l;wed bv a o:so_ssioo by Miss n«_. -
The naoer and discussion
crush out this great evil which is to
oay causing mere misery than any
other on evil to our American peo-
ple. Our almshouses, prisons, etc.,
are filled by those who look upon
such as beneficial to man.
The business part of the program
C. M Allen, of Wellston, was
elected secretary and the next meet-
ing of the association will be held at
Stroud. December 12. All are ex-
pected to be present.—Daily Pub-
Loci! and Personal.
were both excellent, showing tnat no
school car. be well taught without oe-
iz-Z well governed.
Miss Sara F.ynn and Mrs. riltch
favored *he association with m_sic
for the afternoon ano ever. .ng. - oc
n_oh oraise cannot be given tnese
ladies' for their excellent^ music.
Chandler is to be r-ongra*—ateo -r.
fi5 v fT*^ T—- -
Talk—-The Val.e of Teachers*
Associations,*" by C. M Allen. ^
S. ra es, S. . Allenbaugh and
toe teacher, that it was the dutv of
e&ch to attend ti*?* sssco&ti aX
Oklahoma C.ct during the holidays.
Pkoer— -Is Composition Neg .e~ted
in the Common School; if so Way ?
or A. Linscheid and discussed by
Mrs. Robertson and Miss Jonnsco
showed plainly that compcsi'ion work
is neglected, and many suggested
r^meo.es. Tne manner in which the
matter was presented showed that
the sur ected had been thoroughly
stoc.ec Each *eacher sbo-ld mate
a complete study of the same sub-
Paper— 'Teachers' Attitude - o-
wards Stimulants and Narcotics." by
M.ss White, was followed by discus-
sant, They held that it is the duty
of every teacher to take a ne'.oec
stand against su:h things and pro-
-eed ir. a way which will eventually
Star Store turkeys are the talk of
Tw- pounds Moming Glory coffee
, f or 35: at Leaier Grocery Co.
Jc m Embrv made a business trip
to "Kansas City Friday night.
Frank 3eemar.. of the Wellston
News, was in town Saturday.
See that 11 c ccffee at the Leader
E. W. Hoyt and F. A. Wagoner
visiteo jutnrie Tuesday.
See the turkey parade in the Star
I C. Pearce. postmaster at Agra,
was a county seat visitor yesterday.
Ems-' Evans is now running as
corter on the guthrie train.
r Harvev Carbon and wife spent
• Sunday at Wellston
Leader Grocery Co. is opposite
z .rst National .Dan*:.
Tn* Boston Store was moved this
<wee.=i t: n- Egbert : uil-ing.
Ira D.obler, of Anvil, was a Chan-
cier visitor Monday. He will teach
this winter in district 91.
Mrs. N Srack and Mrs. M. E.
Pitts, mother of A. J. Srack. arrived
Friday fromMoline, Kan. •
The lecture by President D. R.
Boyd at tne h.?h school room Satur-
day evening was well attended and
was pronouncad a treat by all a
treat Pres.dent Boyd's ucderstand-
.1.2 of eoioat.onai problems is excel-
e: * and :..z mat.: er of presenting his
ideas is interesting.
Vice-President Amberg Calls Mass
Convention to Organize Good
Realizing that the people of Lin-
coln county are duly imp««d "J
appreciate the importance of good
roads, and that they will use their
influence and render such assistance
i as may be in their power to better
and improve the public highways in
Lincoln county, therefore I ™uld
invite your attention to the fact that
Sere is now in existence an associ-
ation known as the National Good
Roads association with an organiza-
tion in every state and territory in
the Union. ,.
I have before me the proceedings
of the National Good Roads conven-
tion held at St. Louis, April 27, 19 3.
I quote the following language taken
from the address delivered by the
president of the United States before
; that body in which he says :
"A few years ago it was a matter,
lam tempted to say, of national
humiliation that there should be so
little attention paid to our roads;
that there should be a ♦illmgness
not merely to refrain from ma^g
good roads but to let the roads that
were in existence become worse. 1
cannot too heartily congratulate cur
people upon the existence of a body
such as this, having its connections
in every state of the country and
bent upon the eminently practical
I work of making the conditions oi life
easier and better for the peopie,
whom, of all others, we can least
afford to let grow discontented with
their lot in life—the people who live
in country districts.'
In a letter from the Hon. ■ h.
Moore, national president Good
Roads association, I am advised that
steps will be taken and a determined
effort made to incorporate a good
roads plank in the several political
platforms. I also note the cfact that
a committee of prominent gentlemen
have been appointed who are to meet
at Washington city during the
ensuing session of congress whose
duty will be to labor in the interest
of the good roads movement in se-
curing liberal appropriation for the
improvement and development of the
public highway throughout the coun-
try. It remains for us a people to
speak in no uncertain tone. The
congress must understand that in this
movement political lines are obliter-
ated ; that the people ask that which
is their right and privilege. There-
forejl have taken the liberty to cal.
a mass convention of the people ot
Lincoln county to assemble at the
court house in the city of Chandler
on Monday, Nov. 23, at 2 o clock
p. m., for the purpose of organizing
a county good roads association.
Vice Pres. Nat'l Good Roads Ass n.
Turkeys given away at the Star
Store with S10 purchases.
Miss Nora Crooks resigned her
position in the city soh ols Tuesday
in order to accompany her parents,
who left yesterday for the Pacific
coast for the benefit of her mother s
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 12, 1903, newspaper, November 12, 1903; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117726/m1/4/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.