The Chandler News-Publicist (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, April 28, 1916 Page: 1 of 8
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OFFICIAL PAPER FOR LISCOLS COl'STY
THE CHANDLER NEWS-PUBLICIST
VOI.I Ml \ \\
LINCOLN COUNTY'S LARGEST, BEST. AND MOST POPULAR NEWSPAPER—REST ADVERTISING MEDIUM-GUARANTEED LARGEST ( IRC ULATIOS
IHXMHIIL 1.IVOI.N I (II M l OKLAHOMA, KltlOXY. ACIlll. an. I****4
M MIlKIl :t«
COl NTY (1INTKST X Ml 'I'll IS.
Hluilmt* from Over Hie I'ouWjr
Tlir.nu: < lumiller—I rlt-mlly ISIv-
n|r> liilellHe. lull I mmhI Nalured-
...... I'rnuilnl »llil XII IIi>11111■
Tlu* Fourteenth minimi literary
and athletle content of student* of
Lincoln county school* »•» held In
('handler laat Friday ttltshl. Saturday
,nd Saturday night. The attendance
•to-ceded that of laat year and ivaa
almost on a par with the record year.
1,1 all contest* the moat friendly feel-
ins* prevailed and the entire meet,
every event, passed off successfully
mil without rancor or dissatisfaction
The work of the contestants was
KOod thouali no records wore broken,
unless it was in the running broad
lump when Miles of Prague set a
mark of tnty l''d eleven and me
Chi.....h r llinh Won Met I
The Chandler high school succeed
cd in carrying off the honors in the
athletic contest, hut by a very nar-
row margin. Agra was close upon
their heels and missed tlelng by only
Writ inn iiimI SpHllnu-
The contest in writing and spelling
was held at the courthouse h riday
night Miss Arrena Hudson of ( han-
,11*.r, carried off the honors in pen-
inan'shtp Octavla lhnvty of Carney,
won in the eighth grade spelling and
Annie It Watkins won in the sixth
tirades Xtliletii Contest.
The grades athletic contest, held
it the fair grounds track Saturday
morning was more Ilian ordinarily
interesting for this portion of the
Prague, third plat e < winner of see- J
ond honors not furnished i.
During the in**et the ('handler boys
hand furnished good music and. at
the literary contest, Saturday night,
music was furnished by ('handler'**
most proficient talent Taken from!
every viewpoint the 1916 contest will!
go down In historv us one of the
most successful and most harnton
ious yet held. County Superinten
dent O. W. Hass put in lots of hard
I work to uttain this end. and he was
most ably assisted by the teachers I
of the county.
militia omt i ks to stii i -
w IT] I •
Stillwater, Okla , April 25. <’apt ,
H. H Ollstrap. Lieut. A. .1 Matheny
and J. A. Kmbry with the first ser-
geant, quartermaster sergeant, com-
pany clerk and cook *>t Company R,
1st Inft Oklahoma National C.uard
of ('handler, will attend the school
of instruction of the Oklahoma Na-
tional Guard which will be held at
Stillwater from May 1 Itli to Hath
About one hundred ami twenty-
live officers ami enlisted men will be
in attendance from about thirty dif-
ferent towns in Oklahoma. The camp
site is being laid out just east of
the athletic field on the campus of
the Oklahoma Agricultural and Me-
chanical college I featuri ■ »* tli
year's instruction will he the partici-
pation of the cadet regiment of I lie
a. and m college, mhich - onsieta ol
SCO men commanded by Colonel (1.
W. Ewell. The city of Stillwater is
extending the city lights and the
water mains to the camp grounds,
ltusiness men of Stillwater will pro-
vide fuel needed by the encampment
tnnual meet Dewey Tryon of B»v’ Th.x are making extensive prepaid
•-liport. was the star performer and
due, in a great measure to his prow-
his school wop the meet. Event
Rroad jump Win Megce, Dist. »><•
Pole vault—Leo Hurt. Chandler
Helav—('handler; Clarence Sel-
lers. Edgar Marshall, Earnest Hec-
tor. Jack Arnold
• o-yard dash—Tryon. Davenport.
High jump—Kozak. Prague.
4 40-vard dash—Tryon. Davenport.
100-yard dash—Tryon. Davenport,
xsft-yard dash—Wm. Megee. Dist.
IB'Mllt of Meet.
Davenport, first. 26 points
•chandler, second, 215 points
Prague, third, 7 points.
Dist. 67, fourth. 6 points
Sparks, fifth. 4 points.
Dist. 28. sixth. 3 points
Dist. 47. seventh. 2 points.
tions for the entertainment of the
instructor! are d<tailed from
the war department. Lieutenant
Murchison, inspector of the national
guard of Oklahoma, will be one of
WE ARE GRATEFUL
WE ARE CERTAINLY WELL PLEASED AND TRULY GRATE
EUI. TO OER FRIENDS AND READERS FOR THE PROMPT ANI>
GENEROUS MANNER IN WHICH THEY HAVE RESPONDED To
STATEMENTS SENT OUT FROM I HF SUBSCRIPTION OF
PART ME NT OF THIS PAPER
AS WE SAID IN A FORMER ISSUE OF THE PAPER THESE
STATEMENTS ARE NOT SENT AS DUNS. BET AS 1 MATTER Ol
INFORMATION. WITH THE GENTLE REMINDER THAT THE
MONEY WOULD BE MOST ACCEPT ABLE AT THIS TIME. AND TO
* c.lVl YOU THE OPPORTUNITY OF ADVANCING THE DATE OF
YOFR SUBSCRIPTION BEFORE THE NEW RATE GOES INTO EF-
FECT WE ARE GLAD SO MANY ARE TAKING ADI 1 STAGE < ti-
l'll IS FOR IT GETS OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST IN MUCH BETTER
SIIABE 1ND IS .1 SAVING TO YOU
WE THANK YOU. FRIENDS, FOR VOI R LOYAI. SUPPORT.
VOFR CHEERFUL AND PROMPT ACTION IN THIS MATTER. AN D
TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION WE ARE GOING TO GIVE YOU THE
BEST PAPER POSSIBLE.
,i way Ihul would be a cr.-illt In tin CORKI ( Tl D KKUISTIIXIfH LIST
school* of Lincoln ('minty aad to the I .....
erv iiex. iiii• i■ ■ i.Mh. -i. -.i.Hu "11 "te
.Ire,, ii 11 it * t mi M,|.ervl»io„. ..ml I fc I li.gb.ira. inn < «be
■ me tha. my • ndvavors h...e me. ;'w M ” „mT
with success. 1 9 * ' _
Tliwnkllil the |.ei.ple of the Futility Following i» a revised lint of Ihn
'or their past favors, and hoping that *(i-*>i-inct registrars of Lincoln county,
w»u will give me your careful con- Homt, wf thoHO appointe.I last week
, sideratlon when you go to the polls Ull,.(l lo aot Jllltl Ho,ne of the fol-
io vote in the August primaries, and |owhll, Iimy v,.( ,1,.,-Hn*. County
j believing that you will do so In the Ut,KiH|rai. McLaughlin Is doing his
name of efficiency and the l»**si in h*»n secure men who will attend
| terewt of the schools of Lincoln ( nun |0 th,. ,|ul|OH required of a registrar
,*>■ 1 nni North Ponca A. J. Hitter. Avery
Sincerely yours 'south Ponca E. W Black. Mroud
ti \\ HASS. [ Nortki Pawnee Pryor Ditto. Avery
County Superintendent. | Sou|l| ,>UWIM.0 John Sehukar. W
\ illh>sl I OK STOLTEMIEIH.
North tisuge W E. Gilluspy \gra
South Osage Young Parks. Agra.
Cimarron. No l Thermun Speer,
Cimarron No. 2 M C. Teugarden,
Cimarron No. it K M llalletti. Car
Speaking of Henry \V. Stolten*
berg's candidacy for court clerk, the
Stroud Messenger says
“Henry is a Stroud man and many
of his friends around here will be
I glad to hear that he has decided to
make the race. He has been a rest-1
! dent of Lincoln countv for seventeen j North Iowa Chas t ollie, rryon
\,mi's. having lived with his parents South Iowa E l* Carpenter. ( ar
ion a farm for four years, eight miles ney.
' north of Btroud and received his edu Toiler C.eo A. I rough. \N ellston
t cation in the Stroud schools and the | East Otoe Ed Powers, ( handler
Mi Pie rson. Kansas college Hi* was West Otoe L.
. In tiie employ of the Long-Kell Lum-1 Union—1* rank
t her company in this city for six years, dler
when he uccepted a position In thelChandler Twp.-
I county treasurer's office under John dler.
.c.ayman, where he served four years.! Midlothian —(»
after which he accepted a position! ^ Inn
as assistant In the district court North Eox
I clerk’s office, w here he lias served drlck
three and a half years and is eon- South Fox
sldered one of the most reliable men j North Keokuk
l in the courthouse Fred Parkinson, j South Keokuk
ys | North
F. Pickett. Chandler
T W C.reen. Chan
(i W Itruce, Midioth
John D Lindsey, Ken
W. Pryor. Chandler
(By the "Boss Deacon")
An excuse is not always a reason
There is not much nutrition in
vote of thanks
Politeness, like an
eases the Jolt
'I'he dangerous ug« ,s between one
and eighty. ,
Lewis Whitt. Stroud
N I). Sneed. Stroud
Seminole—L. N. Frazier
South Seminole .1 D Davis, Prague
North Creek Chas. llarrick. Prague
South Creek \V K Davis, Prague
Wellston Twp C D Stout. Well
Kellem. 1 point, district unknown.
High School Athletics.
As In years past the athletic con-
test between the high school track
teams of the county proved to be the
main event and attracted the largest
crowd and brought forth more enthus-
iasm. While Chandler won the meet
they only managed to do so by ai
loa* margin and had the pole vault Some so :
not ended in a tie the chances are j arguments against socialism
that the Agra team would have car-1
ried off tJie high honors. In this There should lie a speed limit out
,.v« nt Har\of Agra. Dean of Carney, r*attiifg and chewing gum
. Sd-ertV"! ' ■! ■ M
A*.re equally divided and. in the dra a Scanning the figure- in tie spnn
A lot of us mobilize who never go
Often when three cheers are given
one would be enough.
Do not depend altogether on your
dent of our stute singing convention. |
lias assigned to me the conventional
interest of Lincoln county
I am personally acquainted with
several music companies of different
states who will co-operate with our,
local music teachers and leaders to
make our convention second to none
in the state. I will he at Forest
church Saturday night and Sunday,
May 20 and 21 All-day singing Sun-
day; and at the Christian church at
Sparks the fourth Sunday in May.
for an all-day singing, for the pur-
pose of organizing township singing
All singing classes in need of bet-
ter organization or singing schools
please write me ut Prague, Okla . or
write P. A. Edmonson. R-4. Chandler.
Okla We have some splendid musi-
cal talent at our command ami will
he glad to visit anywhere in our
H. C. McCANLESS
KKISTOM BESTS (’ll ANDLIK.
1 state examiner and inspector,
the set of books in the court clerk's
1 office of Lincoln county are one of
! the very best and most accurate of
“During this time as clerk in our
___________ county’s capitol, Henry has made. „
- of friends all over III.' . (mill.' Bust McKInlej .1 * Gilmore. ( li»n
pair «f shoos look like wlih lalher. IhrnuRh his gentlemanly. nbllcInK. ‘<u,r
bunchoH of ivhiaker* and »o((|i»ud» all j m elinite and efficient dealing which
over tbem ■ You may In- able lo tell ninkc* his candidacy "irony
a (.onnn li*>(( to ,||.-* loll 'The fad thai lleniv ha., nicn
"There don't carry on »»." ran ; *nch unanimous satisfaction as as
ttoned Mrs ltlbbons. su|)|xme Mrs. slsUnt In the office be fs seeking
Hurl Mr Srhtegcl or any Inal) else coupled with the fact that be Is one
iof repute Should bear you carrying of the most accommodating gentle
on at Hint rate on Master morning?men In the county, makes him the
I'ncle /.eke got Ins ra*or. Ii wa* logical camlldato for the office and
wc trust that he will be uimnimously
iioininated und elected “
\\D Will \ ITT: N I * I \STIK
srjivK i s.
for the medVl, Hart won. The names j Rowll8 converts us
of the winners, and their marks, fol-j“gop America First
Mile race—Dale Nichols, Dist
first, time '» min. sec
Relay—Chandler; Leo Stinnett
Th»* Chandler ball team went to
Bristow Inst Sunday for their first
I game of the season and were trim-
to Vhe doctrine o? dt.v with a sedt...... Kcvetl
— one lone run was made in the
I’ncle ZT*ke and Vlfe were about
tiie first people astir in Chandler on
Easter Sunday. After morning
prayers Mrs. Ribbons asked;
“Shell I bile your eggs for break-
fast. Ezekiel or do you want ’em
“Scramble about eight for me, ray
dear. I am not feeling well this
morning, and Dr. Ilisbee cautioned
me not eat too many Easter eggs.
fresh hen’s eggs, and for supper 1
will try to do on half a dozen tur-
key eggs 1 do not want lo contract
a case of indigestion until after 1 i
various improvements about thelwaw
as dull as a discarded mattock. He
labored faithfully for fully four min-
utes to get if in shape, then threw it
into tin* coal scuttle, remarking as
he did so
“Can’t fool away any more time
with that piece of rusty barrel hoop.
I ll go to Johnson's lmrher shop, if
1 can't g»t in. I ll borrow a razor
from Tom Murphy or George Daw-
Mrs. Ribbons protested, hut all in
vain An hour later I’ncle Zcke re-
turned with a clean shave and his
* a little extra expense on Easter
won’t make nor break us. my dear;
so now if you'll get on your alpaca
dress and polish up your spectacles
we’ll he oil to put oil a little genuine
style with the good people of Chan-
East N. Choctaw
West N. Choctaw S. A Edmondson,
*...... Choctaw IMck Phillips. Meek
R 1). Rhoads Well
ItALAl N TOR COMMISSIONER.
A J *Balaun of Prague, lias an-
nounced that he is a candidate for
member of the hoard of county com-
missioners from the Third district,
subject to the republican primaries.
Al Baiunu lias long resided in the
Third and is known through the dis-
Bryan Carroll Blank
Jus Farrell. Well
... ...... Wellston
Klckapoo- Win L Russell. Me Loud.
Agra ('has. M. Bowie, Agra
Carney Austin Ellis. Carney.
Davenport—J. H. Taulbee, Daven
FaIIis O. M Williford. Fallls.
Kendrick \\ H Castlemcn. Ken
trlct as a ‘"capable and “SubstanVial! Meeker D *S Dawson. Meeker
business man. He is a man who | ^f , 'V a ! shroud
makes friends and keqfps them. His j North 8trou< ,< * • *
best endorsement is tiie fact that his South Stroud .1
neighbors, people who have known! HIrou<l.
him intimately for years, are his best Spatks N )r • ' iVi*i,troot
friends and these friends are a unit IVest Sparks
If Mr. Baluun is nominated and Try011 .TJ?1!’ v Kev
elected he will devote his best on Cham ler. M ard - S. A Key.
deavors to looking after tiie Inter- ( handler, \V ard z
That lie ! Chandler. W ard •.
B ra»ly Brown
W L. Smith
W. (1. Morris
E Buck. Carney.
Hurry up. transact county business and to look j
W|| \T ABOCT THIS?
The • xuherant super patriots and
.The ........ ,
ninth inning when Coombs biffed out various improvements about
In the movie picture, when Mine- kh““l5 ru^ d to%’ha“: ^Aftcr breektaat l rtcle Zeke lit hi* we'li b- 'i’n''" I JI»C»eed In I after the ........... ?*Pend'tuT* “f
body wants somebody cist* to leave l'ltl• u 1,11 i . . . , , , . , n#>nrv stolienherg Streeter public funds none, who know him.
........ . i the * ' hen 1 Speaknian anrt 'uurus lloope . •
Uob Druci Bennett Efaw. Dewey Ai at the door, hut ne do t lo that ..... , , iik to Iiik trlct elect him they ma rest J sub
nold. time 4 mtn | sec real life They u ......h. ,."'.V ^, .1,k,;'i n,- J today. - 'harry up or ...... ......that they will re.;elve the.........ar. that « aavyJa^aoHIto
tiie will show «np strong in-ad. Remember that you must 1 a*'le /.t kt wanted
time l min 4 sec-
*ed Miles, bit - 1
Fred Miles, 20 ft.
Cleo Hart. Dist
l 1 1-2 In-
Cecil Dean. J. L. Seifert, tie
880-yard dash Thomas t arne\. -
miff 26 1-Ti sec
tin-yard dash -Glenn McKeown
Agra, time .r>8 sec.
220-yard dash —Bennett
Chandler, time 2.1 1-4 sec.
100-yard dash—Glenn McKeown
Back, turn backward.
time in I tit
kirk tlie i
Next Sunday a return game will black your shoes, shave and have M at. hut remembering that it was j
••THE \ M l Dl< loin
real life. They .............. ....................... ...................
of tubs good only for European tar
get practice, and the American Eagle
abroad Is regarded as only a harm-
your flight, and give me tho hou.e XedTnTh.“ndh.VUrand,;«; hoys I y“ur‘lneek and“ earn wT.hed.....EveVy” I iTniter" 8unr»y7”he"'"gracefully *ub I .............- , „ le.» old ....... bird will And food for
.........n«S tnd snug, ......J «'**““£■ f „P,''To <!; at P(>,,r b«f o "gee J nk , fh -.............................. -.......... miral Von Tlrplu. head of the Oer
' LT nark Houtl, of i bnttoni. his . I vest, da play befor.
I like a tale that is told, and the floor l • ‘in , ! 1. 1 , ‘ 1 , .1 M ''l! P f.,,. t , 1 ,1,,/,.. im !. /. 1-tail! i night From the raisin'’ of ilm cur- 11„.( lUPl, th* Kais«-i and his military
Efaw. 0f the room looks so cheerless am! I"'1 ' ‘ ,n l”' ,’1' ,,an< ',l - 1 tnadain I m :• ai > o u gr m* k -a - ‘ ” 1(Mlk i„v,.|\ Each i tain until tin* finish tie- affair was advisers including the beads of the?
cold. For bedding. I have l.nt a thin fa. the ........ team ."ff,P^...T .f" .....siLlnl vear ad^ beaitv to your!................. a........ In fact it Is “....... deaire to run the risk
Agra, time 1 l 2-5 sec.
1 gunny sack, and shudder to move
! lest 1 step on a tack. My dinner was
III \TI! Ol \ I \LLEV
»(, ft 7 jn. jknow it don’t help me to grumbl
Result of Meet.
^handler, first, 25 points.
Agra, second, 23 points.
Carney, third, 15 points
Stroud, fourth. 14 points.
Prague, fifth. 13 points.
Rending and Oratory.
. >* — m 1 citizenship. We can dress in*honnr
Dfd at the home ol Mi 1 -n x**nt than *the|m°rrow. ..
...... • • wash . . a vn-t.ir ter th* a iser
! bis or her
: r|;< ra * I lella ml .1 t li• •
woman, brought down the
tneker^ainl brush it up *| fortM"**»nVl’* f(•a*Mre,>!,,* x7mU,areHfauTl- J tlieo’idnion'iif nmayThat V-hiss (,|f,'l'L , of^rcakina off diplomatic r, la.
ship XV,. .an dress inihonoVI h-ssly sH.rcd ((»«_, fe.d -(• .UmMo- n. ; othm, H.ml, > ah.,,,.. out wltitthe .1^^ lh6
' mil ro-
The custom is beautiful, appropriate I others competent to judge w ill coin-i ms or ner pari in excellent st>b «««!,«.«« «.f cost His resignation is
, i ir „ ,.. r, | and impressive. All Christendom pBment me on having such a hand
Allen was onl> .-i«'k .. short ( » t . „DV |1(. ha,-1111.111011- onn* ami tasty wife Mrs (.*-or.-*
His family went to Colorado!- .1 ' Dame Nature Berry. Mrs. Al McLaughlin ami other Not the least of the evenings on
.last summer and took up land wlnh-’[ ,v. ‘ nv r „nM.|OUs 1 todies or the town will call at|jo\ment were the 8-leciions by the
cleaning time I long to go of tr a . 1 her( tnd k< t the offici un 1' t .. . ......4J tokena our homo >0 ay that you? new al high school orchestra, the vocal olo
____ «, dasli to the pole or be sent to th< short tinn before his death 1 ,' ' ' .. . , , th Mlir»lfc paca dress and the honeysuckh on by Miss Holloway and the number
The reading and oratorical contest pen and allowed to dig coal en he resigned to goto bis family . ; f ' v. * in. t'T,lnp your hat were Just lovely I by the male quartet which vas
was held al Feuquay hall Saturday would abide in some cannibal’s camp vas only waiting* until the d< , urcb I’ncle Zek«
night and turned out to be just about or sleep in the artment coul him by the 11 . r' 11 ' ‘ UBhei that he wanted a good seat berg Louwlen and Roop<
the most interesting portion of the and damp: to mountainous heights appointment *«f his successor when J1 “ ' v” * , r, , . v-11 up in front, so that he ami bis
•innual meet. The large hall was with delight. 1 would climb, ami ,)(1 vvaH taken very ill and died |,f ( ' ’ ’ ... i ,vif»* eouhl be Been by Rev Thoma
rowded and many were turned away | stay ther^contented through hous- k,,,,. ,al services ^ were held ^ at on ><»u or • II m’-M-r git rh("' a,", "" ‘ ,,UKr' 1
lie water Idling Hen
has come once again to wear on the | u,‘ payson
patience of poor, helpless men. I \jr
think every year I’ll flee to some ^mf
clime and miss th
horrors of liouse
:Vnn UR*fm eet. The" large hall was I with delight. I would climb, and i ‘^“'(vas "iakw, nr > ill and died j .. Sap'
■owded and many were turned aws.v. sta> there contented through house .......... w.mc.-s wore held at1'1 ■
In oratory Dewey Peck of Stroud.. cleaning time. Forest church on Sunday by Her
arrled ofl high honors, with Esther , ...... Fail iuntj mlsslonarj ol inj Hap
Ball of Chandler, a cloae second kimhi.i i-nn i, m tja, church, assisted by Eldei ( an
Floyd Cooper of Prague, was awarded | Mjga Katle Kimiilov and Mr. John ; sict. past grand chaplain of the
third place. ! .1 Bicrmau both of near Sparks,! grand lodge of odd Fellows of Okla
In reading. Marlon Dodd of Stroud wpre „..mc of tlf,l».ma. The ritnal.auc burial servtc
won first place and Edna t lat k 111 ; 1)r|de's parents Mr and Mrs .1 II was conducted b> X> r Martin aci-
—---- rTTTTTTi Kimbley. Saturday night Xprll ' 1 "
+ + + + 4* 4* + T + *P **• T T ▼ in the pi elatives and ol which deceased was a men
-J- lrj.n,L\ Mr Allen leave* a »,f. ...... - n and
It FI' I ltt.lt XNs 4- \ftor the ceremon, :> In in’-oi tf 1::, J ^ 111 (• ( - a i(L- I ytt
,n< „,,1,.,| • .1! : '.VO siatet- He 'as an .....
DI \\ IA KOI MH P TO 111
. I I.XKOK X I I l \ I N I
church. I’ve got
for you to shave and have your neck
washed. Better black your shoes
first, then you can
“Cut the cable right tli<*rc madam!
Remember that you are addressing
Ezekiel Ribbons ami not a cockroach
or a rabbit. The lo^i< of affairs in
dicate that tiie shoe jiolisli act should
come in last. XX’ha' would my best
wnoi \( i:mi;m of o. xx kx^
for Von Jagow, the army am! the
party which d* sin m keep up friend-
ly idations with rmb- Sam
Now if the United States ami it*
influences were regarded so lightly
by th'? Herman government as tlmy
are by i*-rtain political and *ommer-
i-ial agitators at home, it is likely
that Von Tlrpitz. would still b«* in the
saddle ami that his submarines would
he shooting at * verything in •ogbt
It may that tin* United States
«« si power i-1 held in contempt by
li* tliat this
__ , . Mrs Bierman is on, if .
Ilo It Max I Ini *
Every elector (voter) who •^Ijust closed - •
fulled to vote In November. A Lydia
1»1«, In the precinct In which 4* '.......... he i» a son of Mr and Mrs master at Paysor seven yean igo
ha non resides. MUST, In or 4* John Bit
der to avoid being perman 4- This young coupli hav( gro
. . I, disfranchised look np 4- womanhood
ently disfranchised, look up 4*|g r|[s eommun • . ,
the precinct registrar during v ative* and friend!
the FIRST TEN DAY’S of
next May and secure a eerti
fleate of registration
Do It May 1st.
CENTRA I. < OMXUTTEI'
M W. LYNCH, Chairman
L. B NICHOLS, Secretary.
LINCOLN CttCNTX SINGIM.
4- bright and happy life
4- 4* 4.4,4*4*4'4"4-4"4,4-4,4’
_ At least one famous slayer is snug-
Fragoe, Okla.. April 24. 1916 j ly hidden away The- foolkiller is
As ni> write-up foi oui « invention nowhere In s ■ : x batch of Brlt-
Was too late to i-r*‘t in last week'Ijish soldiers at th< front !».*'•
will refer to that splendid write-up ceived a consignment of art-muslm
from Sparks with thanks to the con- bags in which to keep th ir cigar-
tributor. I ettes— Anne Sherrill Baird, in May
R»;v. Cameron o;‘ Clareino,*- pr* -i Southern Woman -
— \\\OI \( I Ml.NT—
In advancing the price of
subs, riptloi ■ Mi ■ - i1 u b
licisl a *■ • -!. ■» aliliMilli- "
that new sub- riptions and
renewals will b ie<eit•••! at
the old price of S1.00 a year
during April. H-x ami June.
On and after JiS^ 1st all new
subscriptions as well as re-
newals will be 1.50 a year:
75 cents for six months; 4o
cents for three months We
are going to a.d< pt the “cash-
when-the-time- up" policy.
New fN-l’uldh-D, Management
Joe A Hartles, of Dewey, has an- j
nouuced that the Eighth Annual _
Roundup, t" b* Ip pi a• D»- • • July Mt xi. aqs «11• 1 ’
In becoming 'a candidate for th' ious year It will be double in size f„j waiting policy down there But
(RIP-, of County Superintendent of ; and in attraction*, and the prizes the heads of the German government
Schools of Lincoln County, l wish to will i-> doable The city ol Dew, ,, undoubtedly better acquainted
cull your attention to the fact that lias voted $15,000 bonds fo, rebuild with American resources than the
I have been continuously engaged in ing the fair grounds and doubling tin bandits of the ('actus republic,
the school work of this county for I seating capacity of the grandstand To make light of American mili
nine years, and during that time I 'The railroads will make special rates fary and naval traditions, and to
ha • taught In both th( rural and and * owboys and
* county I taught then fron every part ol the United 10u, International policies have not
four successive terras in the city! States. turned out jus, as was expet ted. Is
schools of Prague and had started | This annual roundup is not a 'wild | a mighty poor way to display patrio
tism. National Ropublican
Till; I’KI SIBTUKIXN curtu/H.
Sunday school at 1" " 1 m.
Morning se-rvicc at 11;"u a m
on the fifth, when I resigned ray posi-1 west” show ~ it is a roping and
j tion in the Prague schools to accept broncho, busting contest, participated
j the office of County. Superintendent'«»«»• < <»xx >irl«
to which I had been appointed to suc-
ceed Mr Raw don. resigned.
I feel that I can offer to the voters
of Lincoln County no better recom-
mendation of my ability and efficiency
as a school man. than the fact that
the Board of County Commissioners,
after a * ireful * on-id*-ration and in
i vestigation of m . qualifications ami
Sine.* have !»• * n County Superin-
tendent of Schools I have endeavored
in by the best cowboys and
in the land, and the contestants go
into the entertainment for the fun
there is in it, and for the prizes of
fered There is not a salaried man
in the entertainment
There will be a carnival at Dewey
during tho week, ini Mi Bartl* - is
trying to get Art Smith, the world's
muni - !ai Iruin !>• -
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Nichols, L. B. The Chandler News-Publicist (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, April 28, 1916, newspaper, April 28, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912188/m1/1/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.