The Chandler Tribune (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. , Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 17, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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The Chandler Tribune
Published every Tuesday and Friday at
Q A. 8 M IT H .
F.dttor and Proprietor
fubscription, per year,.
Entered as second class-matter October 4,
90?., at the postoffice at Chandler. Oklahoma
inder the Act of Congress of M'irch 3, 1879.
DECEMBER 17, 1907
ANOTHER BREAK FOR THE PUB.
The Pub in its vain attempt to
disention between county officers
whom the welfare of the people
demand should be in harmony,
accuses Counly Attorney Davis
of being in a clash with the
county court in the case of State
vs Steinsibong et al, when in
reality the order was made at
the instance and request of
county attorney that the defend-
ants be released on their own
The Pub also criticizes Davis
for not putting the state wit i
nesses in the Graves bootlegging
case under bond to appear at
said trial when in reality there is
no law for holiing witnesses un-
der bond in misdemeanor cases,
guess again Mr. Pub or you are
liable to show your ignorance.
Solid gold rings at Erwin s.
For quality go to Erwin’s.
Rev. Kent of Detroit, Mich.,
is visiting his son, J. B. Kent, of
Our next edition will be a beau-
tiful Chiistmas edition with a
litl ographed cover and beautiful
The mammoth clock for the
new court house arrived last
Saturday and will soon be placed.
Tae bell is already in place
J. L. Skinner of Prague was
in Chandler last Saturday settle-
ing with tlie Home Relief As
sociation. He recently lost his
wife who was insured in the As
My entire stock of carpets,
art squares, rugs, lineoleuem
and floor oil cloth. J. Marcus,
Lumber for Sale.
20,000 feet of oak lumber for
sale, I also have bridge lumber,
and wagon tongues, will sell for
either time or cash.
D. M. Shaver,
R. F. D. 3. Tryon.
This Is for Everybody
I am closing out tn.v stock of
fancy china ware. This includes
the racket store goods I bought
so cheap. I price panic price.
See Marcus’ China ware dept.
Not wishing to carry over any
of my fall millinery I will sell till
Christmas regardless of price.
Mrs. M .Rogers.
See Erwin for bracelets.
Hrst publl -ilium Dec. .7
Application for Tax Deeds
STATE OF OKLAHOMA LINCOLN
To the unknown owner of the real estu e
hereinafter desorb ed, ami K. L Taylor the
person now In pos.-es*ion ihereot, are hereby
not 1 tied 1 lie follow lug described real estate,
to-writ. Lots 1 2, it and 4. block .No 4 Dou-
atdiou add to Mroud, Okla . was legally
liable for luxes and was duly assessed ami
ged ou the tux hooks ami du-
plicate of said Lincoln county for taxes for
your 1904 that said real estate was re
plicate of said Lincoln
the year 1904 that said
turned delinquent for the non-payment of
siild taxes, costs and charges and was
or said taxes,
. ami was duly
axes, costs and charge
legally advertised f r sale for said luxe
irt house at the treasun
inly where, by law, said taxes were made
ruble, to U L. Tayloi
costs aud charges for said year, and win
sold at public sale on the20th day of Novem-
ber A. I> IPo-'i. between the hours of 9 o'clock
a. m. and 4 o'clock p in. of said day. by the
treasurer of said county at the door of the
court house at the treasurer’s office In said
payable, to U L. Taylor. 93 *0 said sum being
the amount of taxes, lutercst. penalty ami
charges thereon for said year and the said K.
L. Taylor being the highest bidder ih refor
and paying said taxes interest, penalty and
charges for the whole of said real
which was he least iiuantity of sh
estate above described that would sell for
said taxes, penalties, charges and costs.
That L. C Elliott, who was treasurer of
said Lincoln county at the tlmeof said sale,
executed, signed aud delivered to K. L
Taylor, the purchaser above named, a
llticaieof purchase In writing of that i
showing the sale of said real estate to said
urchaser. the facts hereinbefore recited
ud such other facts as are required by law
That I. the undersigned K. L Taylor.
of t hut dai
show ing tlie sale of said real estate to said
purchaser, the facts hereinbefore recited
and such other facts as are required by law
mderslgned K. L Taylor, am
holder ef said certificate of
purchase; that said real estate has not been
redeemed from said sale, that
. ____ cert
hat said real estate has
-om said sale, that two years have
expired since said sale, aud unless redetnp
tlon Is made from tide sale within sixty days
the date of service of this notice, a tax
iifter the date of service of this notice, a tax
deed will be demanded and will Issue a-
provided by law conveying said real estate
to the undersigned.
Witness my hand at Chandler, said county
and state: this 10th day of December A
R. L. Taylor
HALF PRICE SALE
WOMEN’S FINE TAILORED
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18
and continuing until Xmas, we of-
fer any Tailored Suit in our house
at just one-half the regular price.
These fine Suits will he very ap-
propriate Xmas gifts. Better come
early, they wont last long at these
All $i2 50 Tailord
All $15.00 Tailored
All $17.50 Tailored
All $18 50 Tailored
All $20.00 Tailored
All $25 00 Tailored
All $30 o ) Tailored
S u ts
IflOO 1^50 1IT00
JSL L saosura JBL JOT mm
All $35.00 Tailored
ALL COATS AND FURS WILL BE SOLD AT 25 TO 33 1-3 PER GENT DIS-
COUNT FROM NOW UNTIL XMAS.
See Erwinfor diamonds.
Commissoners M orro w and
Clark were in to attend meeting
Attorney G. A. Neeley made a
business trip to Oklahoma City
E. 0. Lowry, of Oklahoma City
came home Thursday, on the ac-
count of sickness.
Charlie Fisher, left Friday for
Stroud, where he will visit
friends and relatives.
Miss. Beulah Hall, who has
been ill for nearly three weeks
is again able to be out.
Miss. Edith Holland left Sat-
urday to attend the Teachers As-
sociation at Stroud.
came over from Guthrie Ihurs-
day to attend to business and re
rnained over Sunday.
Omar McKown, of Stroud,
was a visitor at the County Seat
last Friday and transacted busi
ness at the court house.
J. H. Smith, our goniam pro-
duce man who spent most of his
time at his Sapulpa office was a
Chandler visitor this week.
Carney Dean, the bright son
of Hugh Dean, of Carney, who
came so near being elected repre-
sentative, as a page in the legis
H The Court House Contractor
-and the Architect were in Chan
dler last Friday making arrange-
ments for the finishing work on
Frank Reece, who was pioneer
of Union Township but who lias
be“n connected with the live
stf If department of the Reck
Island R. R. for several years at
Kansas City, is visiting friends
and relatives north of Chandler.
Missses Rua McCarty a n d
Blanche Hemphill, school teach-
ers from Merrick attended
the Teachers Association at
Stroud last Saturday and while
in Chandler nade this office a
1908 1s Leap Year
And Jacob Marcus is young
j yet. All written “proposels"
! considered. In the meantime buy
your furniture of me. Save
! some money and be happy.
Somebody ts Going to have Good Light
From the number of fine lamps
j Marcus sold. He still has on
sale (ver 150 library, parlor.
Klfl banging and school house lamps.
TBtThe low prices does the work.
See Erwin for watches.
First, publl*h -d Dec IT.
Application for Tax Deeds.
OK A OUV LINCOLN
COL.N A Y. S S.
I’nkmnvn ownpr of the real e-t-ite herein-
after desorlhed, and the parson now In pos
session thereof, are hereby noil lied the f •
lowl* g deserll ed real e-tt- t«' wlf: L 'ts i &
1” b’k 2 ,'h-nnetts add to Chai dler,OI< la . vis
le a ly liable lor taxes and was diny h srs*i>.
and properly charged on the tax books and
duplicate of said Lincoln county for taxes
for the year 1904. that said -eal estate was
returned dolhjuent. for the non payment of
aid tuxes cotts and chirms •».• • I J was leg-
ally advertised for sale f r said lakes, costs
aud charges for said year, and was duly
sold at public sale on the 20ih day of Nov
A. 1). 190ft, between the hours of 9 o’clock a
m. and 4o’clock | m. of said day, by ti e
treasurer of mu.id county at the door of tin-
court house at the treasurer’s office in said
county where, by law, said taxes were made
payable to I). I). Landsaw for ?5.10said sum
being the amount of taxes, interest, penalty
and charges thereon for said year and the
said !> I). Landsaw being the highest bidder
therefor and paying said taxes, Interest
penalty and charges for the whole of said
real estate, penalties, charges and costs.
That L. C. Elliott, who was treasurer of
said Lincoln county at the time of said sale
executt d, signed anddelivered to L). I> Latin -
saw the purchaser above mimed, a certificate
ofpurchase in writing of til it d ita* showing
the sale of said real estate to said purchaser,
the facts .hereinbefore recited and such other
facts as are required by law.
That I, the ua lerslgtied 1) I) Landsaw am
the owner and hinder of said certificate of
purchase: that said real estate has not ht-eii
redeemed from said sale, that two yean*
have expired since said sale, and unless re
demptlon is made from this sale within
sixty days after the date of service of tbi-
notice, a tax deed will he demanded and
will issue as provided byelaw, conveying
said real estate to the undersigned.
’ Witness rny Land at Chandler, said
and stall . t. is 12’h dav of ' v A. D.
907. I) li L.u.w.....
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