The Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, December 9, 1898 Page: 4 of 8
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Don't advertise trash-to catch trade,, but for goods that
• • will please vou--goods-that'II wear and make friends --:.
The Boston Store is the place, to go. • • •
are Rushed with. Business, ' The Trade knows a .Good Thing when they see it.
They- are- making' prices lower- than any other house in Oklahoma.
Special Sale ol Capes, jackets, & Clothing for the next 30 clays.
| C; Hp
i Champion w I be found thi r• also. Hi.
! whenever populism stands f >r the meth-
; ods of the Ha&kins-I. werty-Doom outfit
! and the adoptiou of the middle of the-
r~■ road policy imp *ps upon us the leader-
Entered at the postofttce at Chandler jgj|jpQf yjff |ao|, you may cvcuse up.
Oklahoma territory, as second-class n.lir<i during the time they
wattcr, Jun«* 5, ltttM. • Wl.re jD i^e employ of the republican
| committee to bring reproach upon the
\\. II. PlENCH. . .Editor and Manager j)artv name and destroy i > strength thau
Mns C. C. Frssch. . .Associate Editor, for e8 0f our open en uiies com
i 53 rir- ~ — I bined.—Oklahoma Champion.
seHSCKlPTloN EATSS • ! s-rrs
•iiif Year H.t* ; Ind'an Lands.
• >.v Montis 501 Tlo-r-- hss been much speculation
,Threo Months " I regarding the manner in which allot-
—; menla will be made. The Curtis bill
allotment. but not of land, simply
• | o< its occupancy, aud if the Ch« r k« >
Andrew Cirnegie on Expansion
Mr. < iri nyi it will Nit tiii>
gove: iment $100,000,000 a year to main
o ti m v r the Philippines, and
adds • Ti : • is n -t a dinner pail that 1
is n t to bit laid under contribution:there
is s< u t !y a farmer nor a farm hand em-
ployed by a farmer, nor a wage-earner
of any kind, who does not use tea and
coffee the* ne assr es «f life, and
there is not one upou wh< s. har 1-won
i -.!* 1 !•_-> ti..* ; s-.it-nt d* !: I ite ;
Btates, thi tgh Senator tin does'
d • | !* | - to lery a *tax toi up port his
wild, uu American schemes."
Mr 1 irrn 1 ■ - letters to the New York
World are v duable contr b itions to the
literature now Hooding the country pro
aud con upon the subject of territorial
expansion; and, while many d > not .
coincide with his views, none 4'ili deny;
the fact that his reasons as set forth in
CScial County Paper,.!,;;;;:
do not follow lilt example of their tribes
"Tito Virus That Destroys. and m • a :: t'.:-
Tbe complete election returns sboiv divided among them, but they will have
ti.ai llankiM. the middle-of-the-road j no light to dispose of it, owing to the <M'P 'sltion to the administration a policy
nom.received less votis in his horn.-; comuiuuity title still iu existence. Iof expansion are a lie and logical.
r Minn Woods, than snv other county Of the treaties made wiili the tribes so * ur !'*'r °u. s" 'ki '■ "Pon '• g ,u
ill Hi- territory according to population f r. each provides for the holding of j"c'- SIr Carnigie say
T)im m what The c'lianii>ion rey- it dly allotments by the individual Indian in
ivd during the l(ii volld be differ*Bt wiyi. Borne can sell a portlt u
the 1 rMi.1l of that imstit nominal 11 We «,.rac can leasa the eutiie holding, and iu
I , niiou this not to establish cir reputa- the case of the Creek* they CM (eli all
ti 'it ;.i;i prophet, lint bffRQW it rclMlt I of their Jaiwta* outright as so -n a> ,he
1 itchifacttT of limb the nun and hls^ fjMtjl shall be Kcoivsd Mueh of tbe
.- iiiiiid ,ry. It cull lo.r.ily I- .ui| v. . i* * - * I - ■'( t
by our middle-of-tbe road fri nds rod cultivated. Tin title will lie per
t:. .1 wu-it'w- aa] • . ll IDktas or his can- feet and the price probably e.-ju ! to that
undertake to hold the Philippines we
immediately place the whole ri public
within the zone of wars ad) rumors of
war-- and the rumor of war. it'must be
remembered, is in its .If destructive to
Mra'M. J. Hunter has surveyed and platted
the northwest forty of her farm adjoining
Chandler 011 the east into an addition to the
city, a nl11 w rt-ady t > 5ll a ad give perfect
title to the u st
K - l< . - 1 ' vi -r 1 if Chandler.
Those lots are only from 4 to ti hloekft distant
from Manvef avenue, the business street of
the town, are situated on a hijrh plateau over-
looking the city, gin tig a fine view of the bus-
iness portion of the town, and are within a
short distance of the Frisc o defxit grounds.
Fine water can fee obtained at a depth of from 40 to 60 f<- t.
"i! '?t of tie- 1 ts ire com n«d with a scatter!n? urowtlf ■ . • oak:
•- « .«. ■ : .• ■ • - v- v • ■ - • ' s
may b ties'.red The - • :s wi!! bo aoM at ret.sonable^fiiruri >. F« r
terms and other information enquire of F. B. Hoyt, cashier Lincoln
County Mate bank; or at this office.
Mrs. m. J. HUNTER.
Fifty-foot Lots in Blocks 1, 5 and 6 at from $20 to.$40.
Hunter's Addition to Chandler.
ili.hcy at thi* tini is for politii al elfcct.
f >r ilw ejection is a thing of the past
and Banklns will never be h
><>d'n outside of Wis iuonedi.tle ni'igli
H oi.vOi^ r- < < ivfd ii • n«
i-.uwc there was no one elae in the hand-
fill of hireling who eonatitutcU tin*
iiiii! road convention who would hav It.
1 It* dii\v iu its acceptance a chance for a \> rs. th
mite of cheap advertising. I'1-
r 1111 j• 1111 h«* was paraded ss the pu* ootni -
li i n m.nef for congreas." The enemies
of lat;d and improvements similarly
located in the western states.
The Seminole lands will be allotted
first. There are 375,(XX) acres in this
reservation and there are abcait lil
Seminole Indians. Their treaty provide-
(bat M on ss a 8 min ill reci .vcsi.i-
allotmcnt he c m lease to anyone he may
A scrutiny of the official returns of
the late election tiled with the secretary
of the territory shows that Kenton's 1
defeat was encompassed by the stay-at-
home vote, of n Wch tllere were c ?r ainly
not less than S.OOp and possibly l->, - •;
An astouishing lad discli >.'d by the I V
official returns is that the total v te ca.-t •' > ^
© F * * *rk^ '
4 1 M \
than the total vot«*of twi years i c 1
boose for a pc-io.1 n .t ex.-. . dine 8iv des^'te the txpeVtation, l.: ed n :) S
siu-ii le ;«..« mttM be appr-VeU I' • >«'. rami,., that 'be merer..- : . r;
bv t el, ■ I f ti, ■ • " ' v 9 ' ' " ' ' '"I '
,ffeetive The treaty provides thau 8.000, or a total .ppr xtmalmg 01, I
that the Seminole tribal Rovernmeat shall « . Instead of reaching thu fl«ure tbe,
i,l tli-- | •■■>|ile'ii parlv fri-'tuenll> j ■ i u I • ! 1 '' x ' . n el. , v 'J |
buii ,<ut as aueli wherever he .|ipe.i,-ed >'••• - I'In * " 11 ,n I - •
Had then joined in the round of sneers I session of his allotment, approximately
vote this yrar is but •-.-■•"■ 1, ol
mil received 28,413. Keaton IS)
anil 11 imk,us 1,188. Flynn receivt
t.ml h-irse-laiigbs wliich his appearance
inviu i.ibHy provoked The odium .that
attached to having Ihe name of u mm of
his ability ussocialt-ii nilh ti,* |,„l;
its repreaentative f">r the highest p-'si-
tlon ii> the gift of the people of the ter
ritory ^rI livi- lonn niter ll.inkin-
I .igotirn. Self-ri-peeli 111: well-til. uii-
inK people nri- wont to look u; on a p,irt^
putting -iIh siu-li -. mau with -1-: '
Mild distrust. No one could meet him
without lieianuinc iiiipr.-ss.-d with bhM and all pr.v.-ioM n thi
mediocrity, lie lacked eviry essential, have b. -n carr-.d into (|
jju dili -alion for a creditable r.-piesenta-| will b.- Ii.dian land fui -de in
rtve in congress. He even failed to in- natjons of tlM territory; (I) it will ba, in
apire ihe confldene.- of the ,'rowd winch , all prob tUUty. ut leaat a year
lieat llie tomtom for him (at so mm h HMltlMCM iwn ml of Ml Indian
jierbcatlaa the election returns show, his i. , mini, and p. -~il>ly two j us
Tet be was the (feMnilcd) jbafoce th« tiist Indiw lands CM be
Iii.w1«|i frir rttifr-n'" - !'1 in lbe luili n " >'>' "
it w s euougli to damn the populist ouisio.-r
125 acres, can sell this at will to anyone,
a 1 .-v, f«-- ty# :i : • -. w I :• • h . e . .u-
keep as a Homestead and leave to his
A general resume of tbe land sitiiati>>u
in the t -rritory shows: (l)There is no land
to be.obtained now in any way; ('-*) there
never wi!! be any land open to free set
slerftent; (." after the negotiations now
in progress betwi n the I nited States
and the five trit p shall have b, tutinisU-
lect, there I
70J votes two years a40. and bis incre i><
this year is 2,140 Tws f( is H
fusion n ote wa> "27.13S * 'I .. !
yearwaA a falUnn off of v-:;
votes. Of the looked-for increase vote
• - w •
ceded that Keaton would receive 60 pe
cent, or4,600b on which basisthestay
at home vote may be estimated at 13. «
000 in round figures.—Oklahoma Cham-
The Bonlevsrn is
10^ feet wide; all oth
er streets 80 feet.
The lots are .fdxUO*
feet), ami face ea.st
Brah mas Mraeiy.s
(Felth Strain.) • * ®
ready for sale
t to points I
try judge, C. A. Emry, of Carthage, Mo.
HA'VE a lii'.e lot i>f young stock now
Parent birds scored 91
to point, 'oy the well-known poul-
Hundreds of while farmers
Digests what you eat.
It artiflclallydlgestatlie food and aids
Sat'jro in strei,tfthenitnf and recon-
itruetlr,(t the exhausted digestive or-
. It Mhei.lt- it(t «COV dii -t-
i. «rtv the sra Of the itreal mass of wttl enter the tenitory as soon ss the aotandt oic. \
,i r , « ! riitorv I • \ trs to lsi> 1s are a the n, rk-t, ami ti. fact • can approach it in e -ti >. it n
ihe pt (pie of the ttrritor> lor > ars ct«ntw ivlieve*and permanently cure*
t-oim . An.1 it would doubt'.es- have had that the lauds must b.- bMgbtWlllin p-sp(,p,ia Indigestionf ileartbuVn,
this effect had'ihe great majority of, wire a very good class of Incoming F)atulence, .Bour Stomach, Kausea.
In-Ill iMt uixlers I lb u II ► .aud
Ii s cr.>nd weie irt[a«t< r-j Xbe spi-eta- W>ere
el- however. •„. so nau-atins to a l« d in the Indian territory, of winch
Ti „,I elau.iit which oniinnrily 1 ks the Indians w ..pi '.ably I. . the ncht
upon tbe populist p irtv much W.W« KIW when th« prwent
that they have been driven ft-.m «* > are completed aud go into effect
it for ver. disgusteii and diss; pointed ,
'Ibay will join that class of sup. rfl.-i-d r«TKK (%.vkk, whose nam. is kn.wn
. I.scrvers who never, allnd. to populism through lbe lengih and breadth f the _ _
it dy in things fantast'cal. aud the force ' -and and who died worth many millions, j." rank A > '-ut <1. -a- I ar. re,|i:ir-
«f ibeirpwJtKlieemusi again be broken ] had U>,- to -sv of the village n.-wspa- ed to exhibit the same, with ti,. :
i, i — r-« rsjjwsaeajs
ni.shiug the reforms for which both we puboshed every mau should a.hcr- r^. „f . . , u. „.,.lW
Hi > aud tlfe mcmb, rs t | 1 -■ ' " '' . '
•earn are striving Milta|>aM a,.d U^IwImm he M en coal of
. ■ _ . i ,i I, not onlv nav the h"in.i. and th it s \ m mlhs after thH
The Champion is a populist paper In '' ,,, , -
the decision advertiser, but it leis the | opl- at a I!d by ,inJcr „r „,e probate court of
distance know that the town they reside |,in ,>ln count, as the tin ■ f. • c-.-I
r;t FEW young birds not quite up to si and-
ard in marking, also a few late \June-
hatched chicks will He sold away.below
value if disposed of soon. These are good birds,
•full blood, large, and will make excellent breed-
$! to $3 Each.
Eggs £ ■
50 per 13.
Yaksb—Corner Seventh Street
and Blaine Avenue.
firs. C. C. French,
Farmers' National Congress. Fort
Worth, Texas Dec. 6-14. 1808.
, ____ _ Fifr the above occasion on December
Sick Headache.Oastralgi.i.Cramt«.and 4 BUll r, the SnnU pe sell tickets t •
TJiere are about 80,tKK 1,000 acres of a ^phaeriJVyUE.C'Uwlita^ Cbtcaio11 l ort Worth and return for Hi from
t-iuthrie. Final return limit twenty-one
days from date of sale-
A. J. Gorki ss. Agent.
Ihe Semi-Weekly Republic. I lVl ' ' >•> th p wi- i s..v, t .t*r.i
The Semi-Weekly Republic has no NoticooflssuanoaofTa* Warrai.ia.
lii whom it may concern: —
MWDtSgfiS ss S BSWI gstliercr ^ t[ ri, JS heteby given that the fol-
; that no "th t pspsr esif claim 11> be its lowing dssstibM tax wintntt iiave : e« r>
, i w -It- ti I 1 -f"news v issued against the towu lots Jiereinafter
Notice to Creditors.
I#n the mattt rot the estate of Frank A.
Niblick Ut* "f the town of Obi i
county «>f Lincoln, territory of OUla-
h"inH, deceased •
All persons having claims against saiii
We have a larire stock of clothing
which we hs.ve marked dojvn to the
lowest figure. Call and *~e U9 bef >
luiv.--Chandler Ossb StON, f'.r>;
block north of court house.
i red thoroughly. The special features
More noted writers contribute to its col-
umns than to any other paper of its clu? .
It is published especially to meet the
wants of the large class of renders who
I have not the opportunity or cannot
atrord to read a daily papet. •
1 The telegraphic and « able service of
Ti.e Hepub.ic lias nev•• I « i n < • itia!- d in
Bucklon's Arnica Sal\*c the history of Journalism in thi> or a in
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. ot^er country #
described situated in the town of Chand-
Oklahoma territory, to wit:
a tllustrati us lire a.ways th* best. Tax warrant No. 4. dated November
4. issued to B F Hardcsstle, for
ihe sum of $10, against lot No. 4. it)
block No. 46. in payment of the contract
pit* t r j onstriirting u.sidcwalk iu front
f s*y 1 lot. in | ursuance of Ordinsiico
Tex wurr.int No. 5 isaned to B F.
II r 1; i tie for the snpi of $10 against
let N<> 10 in block No. 47. in payment
of the contract price for constructing a
sidewalk *i i front of said lot, in pursu-
ance of Ordinance Nij. It
matters of policy it abide*
.f the majority, f r we r0 ti
fu.-t tbut hs wisdom >>f ti r-i >j i i> w
ASM rit !y CSSttd Ihst
"Whenever the majority of the p ;rty d n'-'n
•Kl \ u middlc-of the rOA 1 , >i •) . Kte;i « \
U'a- |*Brc. - >
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum,
> >res. Tetter? Chspp i llat.ds.
, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
Semi Weekly Kepubl
circulation now ti an i
eekly or eemi-wet kly.
i ex pec
ur I 6
e Semi W rckly I\i
00; Tuk Publicist,
< K - A 1.1" I V A, 1) WKIOr 1 rut
wtll furnish The Republic* and
ulu 1st, both one y ,<r for 1." •.
And unless tin* amount of sa'd war-
r<-.t" •!r ; id >' hin four weeks from
th day of November. 18W. to*
ilo rw tb tin clerk's fees for issuing
t:nm and th- cost of. Ibis public*-
v t. > and costs together with a
\ :v. f,ii r cent will be added to
1 t \ n ;-.i r intb and mad# h pnrt of the
jii ' ^ '^t■;-?iiu nts and o llecttd a? a
; part th r.-of.
1 11 Wray, Toif u Clerk*
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French, W. H. The Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, December 9, 1898, newspaper, December 9, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150702/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.