The Chandler Tribune. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, September 17, 1909 Page: 1 of 12
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Official Paper Chandler and Lincoln County
THE CHANDLER TRIBUNE.
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selected Broken Arrow ns tlie -loca-
tion for the Third District Agrleul-
ral school which will be known rs the
j Haskell Agricultural School. Ten
| other towns offered sights for loca-
--_ ■ | tions, nearly all of which v< re < xerel-
. C4 . ! lent propositions. In this district as
Heaped Upon tne staleiWe!1 as tUe Fourth ami -.tn, a is a
BvnmltiAP nnfl I n« ! difficult matter to pick out i
i^XatTltl.e. ana 111 ;pr0ppblticn onaceotfnt <•: Oku • Ufing
SpeCtOr=RepilbllCnnS ; so many good ones. T'- • Ho; 1 .ill
PCI «»„ j,.. Cv/imi=:®t«0|n,l"1!!!s:'' October 4th and
Never/Made hxami- i 1(v. pigilts lor.the Fourth and
nations ! Fifth districts, and on the fifth of
llalK ‘ : October will present all locations
-- i selected to the Board of Agriculture
Cuthrie Sept IS—A prominent j at Oklahoma City for their approval.
Republican paper published outside in all of these new districts school
the state took occasion to criticise 1 will begin on November tue first.
State Inspector and Examiner. C. A. The locating board had intended
Taylor, for not making a report on
the condition of the School Land Of-
fice and alleged that the reason for
visiting three of the most available
sights in each district in a body but
found that if they carried out that
lice anu anescvi —------ i
not making the report was because i program they would be unable to
conditions at the School Hand Depart- \start school in time to accomplish any
ment were so rotten that he dared | good this year.
not make a report thereon. The j Faculties were selected^ the sub-
paper in question maintains a paid j agricultural schools as follows:
correspondent at the Capitol and the Panhandle Agricultural Institute,
correspondent knows that Mr. Taylor j Prof. S. W. Black, Manhattan, Kas.
has for some time been checking the Supt. and Prof, of Agriculture. Pro .
School Hand Department and that he
is still engaged in the work, but that
it is a big job to examine every tran-
saction and every voucher of that de-
partment. Perhaps the biggest depart-
ment of its kind in the world. Every-
body knows that Taylor and his en-
Willard Goodell, Guthrie. Okta., Prof,
of Mathematics and English; Miss
May Morris, Hooker, Okla., Instruc-
tor. Miss Fannie Hamon. Stillwater,
Okla., Professor of Domestic Econo-
Third District Agricultural School,
tire force work hard and besides I Prol. J. H. Ssslinger. Broken Ar
checking all the departments of state \ row, Okla., Supt. and Instructor,
they check the treasurers and often j Prof. A. H. Wright. Stillwater. Okla.,
the other officers of all the counties. Agriculturist. Prof. W. E. Kinder,
They also know that when he finish- I Warner, Okla., Prof, or Mathematics
cs checking the School Hand Depart- | and English. Miss Gertrude Braden,
ment that the report will be made j Stillwater, Okla.. Prof, ot Domestic
thereon. It might be well for some Economy. Miss Ella Haskell. Abbe-
of these patriots who are making this j ville, S. C. Inspector. I
big noise about checking the School ; Fourth District Agricultural School. I
I and Office to explain why it was Prof. B. H. Boyd, Brundige, Ala.,
mat during the history of the Terri- Supt. and Instructor. Pro! J. O. Ran-
torv that they NEVER caused this kin, Taladega, Ala., Agriculturist,
or any other department to be check- Prof. A. I. Moore. Mathematics and
ed No the idea is a Democratic I English. Miss Rena A. HaRue, Ok-
ldea and after lolaly ignoring sim- - mtilgee. Okla., Inspector.
■----- First District Agricultural School.
Prof. Frank Horsetail, Mountain
administra- i Grove, Mo., Supt. and Instructor,
when they Prof. U. E. Ellis, Nowata, Okla. Ag-
h'ave all means ofknowing that every riculturist. Mrs. Dora Cox Frye, Te-
rtnrt is being made to do the very cumseli, Okla., Mathematics and Kng-
ming that they are asking. This is Halt. Prof. W. H. dwell. oBise City,
.. sample of Republican constancy. Okla., Instructor.
‘ 1 __ wm. Kerr, of McAlester, was elec-
i ted Agriculturist for the Murray
; School at Tishomingo.
_ Prof. H. T. Bennington of Garvin,
cniinni I AND Okla., was elected Prof, of Mathema-
OUYIUUL. LHIIM t|,.s and English of Connors School at
__ I Warner.
THE LINCOLN COUNTY
The Lincoln Count)' Agricultural Fair meets
at the fair grounds at Chandler 1 uesday. M ednesd.u,
Thursday and Friday of next week.
Programs have already been made and publish-
ed. Everything is in readiness for the biggest event
in the history of Lincoln county. The fair grounds
has been the scene of rejuvenated activity the past
week and when the sun rises Wednesday morning
the transformation will be astonishing even to those
who have all along predicted the biggest and best in
the fair’s history.
At a meeting of the directors last vv.eek many
applications for concessions were brought up and
permission granted for amusements. It is predicted
that the fair crowds this year will exceed that all
Good racing programs have been arranged for
each afternoon and some of the fastest horses in the
state have been entered.
Tom Bickford from Tryon visited
jhia, father this week. ^
I A. H. Falkcrsteln nml daughter
Mabel, who have just returned from
l.awton spoilt several days in the
conimmiily last week.
Mr. Lav of Route (! attended the
sal" at S' vmours Tuesday.
Mrs. Fearn Is taking care of the
child of Mr. and Mrs. M< Intire this
week. Mr. Mclntire is moving here
LUXE OAK NEWS.
Lloyd Noble, has just finished
painting the Lone Oak school house.
Mildred Downey lias returned from
Missouri to make this her future
Dallas Watson returned to Still-
water to enter the senior class of
civil engineering 11 itlie A. and M.
Lloyd Seigner of Sparks was a
visitor in this community Sunday.
Most of the people of this place at-
tended the sale at Seymours Tues-
Miss Minnie Smith of Sparks spent
the week visiting friends.
Harve Cannon and wife visited Mr.
and Mrs. Shaffer Sunday.
pie methods of protection for sixteen
years the Republican machine cri-
ticises the Democratic
tion for not reporting
Marriage licenses were issued to
the following parties:
Theodore Evans and .Miss Russie
Edmond Crigler and Minnie Mack-
Edward Holland and Miss Mary
! Clyde H. Watkins and Miss Allise
A List of Farmers who
Completed Loans the
Guthrie, Sept. 13.
loans were made by the School >£”“ j of commission but a Republi-
Department for the week ending Set ^ r ^ a Ber|es of conniption
State Treasurer, .1. A. Menefee, in
order to save the state front paying
a commission on its bonds negotia-
ted the sale of them through a Kan-
! sas City bank instead of a bond
broker as is the custom of many
The following states. The bank sold the bonds
The state was saved thousands
Alden, Caddo ,
can paper bad a series of conniption
tits when a report revealed the fact
that part of the money was in the
Kansas City anlt but studiously re-
frained from explaining why and
r,0-°°- „ ... , ! telling its readers that it was merely
Bishop, Geo L. Cordell. W asliit ’ j Waiting to be checked into Oklaho-
ma banks. Isn't it awful to con-
tinually break these Republican
tember 11th, 1909.
Huston, Joseph M
Cole, Maggie B. Tryon,
Sanders, Ella M. Chelsa, Sequoyah
Report of the Warwick summer
J term of school ending September 10,
Enrollment 4:1. Average daily at-
tendance 31. Those neither absent
or tardy during the term were:
Grace Vaughan, Belie Shearer and
| Leona Frews. These missing only
halfday were: Vera Cheatham and
Hurley Ramsey. Visitors 9.
HATTIE LAV, Teacher.
The Frisco railroad company by
citation No. 54 of the Corporation
i Commission was cited to appear and
I show cause why they should not lie
I fined for violation of Order No. 109.
The complaint was made by Mrs. W.
C. White and rs. F. D. Johnson who
elleged that Hie station agent at
Mounds, Okla., closed the door of
the station and compelled them to
wait for the train which was behind
time out in the cold.
DISMISSED TWO CASES
Guthrie, Sept. 13.—The Corpora-
tion Commission dismissed two cases
that were on the docket this morn-
ing. The first one was filed by
i Peter Schmahl in which lie made
1 complaint against the Rock Island
land Gulf Railroad company charging
| violation of Orders 11 and 04 of the
] Commission fixing rate on lumbei.
! The railroad company admitted the
| overcharge and refunded the amount
| hence the case was dismissed,
j The other case in question is No-
wata Commercial Club complaint
against the Pacific Express Co., ask-
■ ing for free city delivery of express,
j The express company complied with
| the request before the case was
School opened a week ago Monday
and both teacher and pupils are
pleased with the fine opening.
Mrs. 1. C. Davidson left Sunday
for Missouri where she will visit her
mother at Dearbon and friends at
Kansas City and other places. She
was accompanied by Miss Ruth. I lie>
will be gone about six weeks.
! Lynval Davidson ha* returned
j from Sparks where lie lias^ been
I teac hing.
Miss Stella Hoover lias gone to
A Town Which Under
riunicipai O w ner>
ship Gives a Good
Day Current==It is
Building the Town.
The town of Weatherford, which
is not as large ns Chandler recently
installed an electric light plant un-
der city ownership, and began with
a day service. 'Ploy did not have a
single contract to begin with except
that they pumped the water for the
city, but they kept the current going
day after day. Pretty soon this man
put in a fan and that man put in an
electric motor and it was not loug
before the day service was on a pay-
ing basis. Here is an object lesson
for the city of Chandler. The City is
paying Mr. Stettmund $184.00 per
month for the street lights. If the
City owned the plant this expense
would be cut off. The city is main-
taining a pumping station and has
steam up all day long. The same
steam used to pump the water will
also furnish a day current of electri-
city and it will not be long before the
city will be realizing nearly enough
revenue so that the expense of pump-
ing water will be bourn by the reve-
nue derived from day customers of
electricity. This is not the best part
of the proposition, however, if Chand-
ler wants to succed and be a city with
other cities it is the duty of the town
to offer equal facilities with other
towns and there iB not a single good
town in the state that is not provided
with a day service. As a town build-
er a day service Is indispensable.
A. J. Titus, a prominent attorney,
good roads advocate and Chairman
of the Democratic Committee ol Al-
falfa County, filed complaint against
Hip Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railroad Co., with the Corporation
Commission charging discourtsy on
the part of the station agent and al-
leging that the said agent blew
ciggarette smoke in the faces of pa-
trons when they asked the time that
overdue trains would arrive.
$500.00. 1 brilliant colored bubbles.
Herbert, Waldo XI. Edmond, Okla- rnl.,m,
Hendon, R. R. Tecumseh, Potta-
Owens. Elizabeth A. Candler, Lin-
Brazell, Patrick, Apache Caddo
Fetter, John, orn, Washita, $-■-
The Corporation Commission will
lock horns with the Frisco railroad
I company over a question which in-
volves a Constitutional provision,
j Among other duties imposed by the
Constitution upon tho Corporation
Commission is that of inquiring into
overcharge on rales in inter-state
.shipments. Of course the Inter-state
Commerce Commission passes on
these questions but the Corporation
Prof. J. H. Bayes went to bis farm
Saturday. He says that lie lias a bet-
ter crop than for several years be-
it lias been our pleasure to com-
pare the electric service of Chandler
with that of many of the cities of the
state, and with the exception that we
have no day service the comparison
lias always been in favor of our home
city. Mr. Stettmund lias a good plant
and lias given good service. We do
not pretend to know what the plant is
worth, but we do know that the fran-
i hi.se provides that the city can pur-
chase it at any time it sees fit and if
that can not agree on the price they
can appoint an electrical engineer,
who with a man appointed by Stett-
mmid, sets the value on the plant and.
if they fall to agree they call in the
third man who with the other two
fix the value tlial the city is to pay.
This is the provision of the franchise
under which Mr. Stettmund is oper-
Mrs. Mary Anderson lias returned
from a visit to southwest Missouri.
Miss Mary Brown has dosed her J
summer term of school at Union
Erwin Fry left this week for Oska-
loosa, Iowa, to attend school at that
The Union singing class went to
Mt. Vernon, Sunday afternoon to
sing with Prof. Sharp’s class.
Philip Smith returned this week
from a sviil in Missouri.
Ira Pierce and family left Friday
for a visit In Kansas.
Mrs. Tom Jones of Chandler is vis-
iting Mrs. .1. L. Squires this week
I to l TK
Baggette, Julia A. WestvillP. Adah,
$1,050.00. Commission inquires into them for
Hines, Edw. W. Cordell, Washita, mu-nose of making complaint.
Total—$ i 3,1 50.00.
LOST 80H tOL
Stroud, Davenborl md
Also Ran==Abo -i a
Dozen Other Towns 11 commission
the purpose of making complaint.
The Frisco Railroad Co., has steadily
refused to answer questions propoun-
ded by the Corporation Commission
j on inter-state rates even to the point
j of lining discourteous. The Corpora-
tion Commission lias notified the
!• ris-o Company that hereafter suit
i would immediately be broughi before
; tin* Inter-state Commerce Commis-
i sion on every charge discovered by
Mhe Corporation C mmission._ All of
ilie other railroads in the state have
always complied with the requests of
in this matter.
’ ATTENTION, FARMERS
The Price of Seed Cotton in Chandler l ias
Advanced from 3.75 to 4.35
Guthrie, £ept. 11.—J. P. Connors,
president of the Board of Agriculture
H. C’onnel, president of the A. and
M. college and E. D. Cameron, State
Superintendent, who comprise the lo-
cating committee of sub-agti cultural
.colleges met yesterday evening and
Miss Olti Newland returned from
i Payson Sunday where she had
been visiting iter unless .1. G. and J.
Miss Kate Pitts of Sherman, Tex-
as, came Saturday evening for a
short visit with Mrs. H. M. Johnson.
She returned to her home Tuesday
The price of •teJ. cotton in Cliaitulei- ha.- advanced
from $3.75 to $4.55 a him I red in the last three days, a
difference of $12.HI) on the load in your favor.
The undersigned will make every effort to keep the
price as high a- the market justifies, and will person- ,
ally see to it that the highest price possible is paid
J. HEIN KM ANN.
E. W. CARR,
J. L. YOUNG DRY GOODS CO.
Miss Bowling ami Mrs. Byron ol
ChamlbT, visited Miss Lulu Lowei
| lusi week.
John Hall left this week for school
j :ii Norman.
Karl Maw from Kansas is visiting
iss Wrl McKibbon.
W. a. Smith and family spent Sun-
day with Mr. and Mrs. Mauldin near
Mrs Barnhill of Tryon, visited
Miss Lulu Lower lust week ami left
Sunday for Gregg.
Rev. Williams of Chandler began
■ | H|. . n,;■ ii For* ,-t Sunday nigh'
It. E. Morrow, county commission-
er from the First district, recently
returned from a trip to Kansas and
Missouri and while at Kansas City
bad occasion to visit the stockyards.
He says that the stockyards people
are very much interested in the ef-
forts that have been made it) i.incoln
county to eradicate the fever tick
and that they highly commended the
action of I.incoln county. They feel
that it means more cattle, better cat-
tle and a higher price when this
work is completed. Mr. Morrow
talked with several firms that they
were all of tlie same opinion. He
also talked with several wealthy cat-
tlemen of Missouri, some of whom
desire to invest money in cattle in
tills county, but said that as long as
it was below the quarantine line they
could not do so. Some of them as-
sured Mr. Morrow that they would
lie willing to invest money in cattle
here as soon as the county was dean-
led up and placed above the Federal
.1 S. Newby former county attor-
I no, „r i.iiu-oln county, now residing
jon bis farm in North Wichita town-
i ship was in town iliis week.
K O. Rogers look his two sons,
Leo and Don to Stirred Heart to en-
ter school there.
A nuniher of the Rehekahs met at
Mrs. OlophantH one day last week.
They peeled, canned and dried ap-
ples. Mrs. Olephunt’s mother is
Mr Parnell of Payson, was a coun-
ty seat visitor, Tuesday.
E. R .Ragland, of Kickapoo town-
ship, Republican member of the
hoard of viewers was in town Tues-
Mrs. Bess Goins returned from
Curt huge and Joplin, M issouri, Sun-
Frank IJlmon, of Clinton, 111.. Ivsi-
ted liis futhur last week and went to
Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Mrs. Anna Gilliam returned to Tul-
sa Sunday after a visit to relatives.
.1. o. Lay and W. M. Pringer held
L private sale September 8th for
i Burchett Brothers. There was a
j good at tond a nee ami almost every -
1 thing sold well. Milk rows sold
| from $23.50 to $28.75.
Halves averaged $5.65. One nine
year old mare sold for $181.
Bunhett Brothers will go to Ok-
lahoma City this week and Mr. Pin-
ner will move to the place one mile
west of Rossville.
.lake Marcus spent Tuesday and
Wednesday In Oklahoma City on
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Smith, G. A. The Chandler Tribune. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, September 17, 1909, newspaper, September 17, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc914985/m1/1/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.