The Chandler Tribune (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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THK (HANDLER TRIBENE THl'RSDAV. JULY 20, 1916.
"11/f EN WHO appreciate
IyJL efficiency ir little
things ad well as big
Lave been quick to see
the wisdom i.i sticking
to a cigarette like Fatiiua.
Fatimas .re comfort-
able while you smoke
them and after, too.
Thatis why Fatimas, with
their delicately balar. e l
Turkish blend, always
leave a man feeling "fit”
even after a long-smok-
Sie. .hi, 1 vsj). 12 N.. Ilntigt* f»
IVact No. 18
Tract No. 11) -See. SO, Tup. 13 V, Range 2
Tract No. 20 See. HI, Twp. 13 N., Range 2
Tract No. 21 Sec. 10, Tup. 12 N., Range 2
Tract No. 22 IT . See. 13, Twp. 13 N., Range
Tract No. 23 NKU See. 21, Tup. 13 N.,
Range 2 East.
Tract No. 21 Er. SNVVi See. 19, Tup. 13 N\,
Range 2 East.
Tract No. 25 S\V«, See. 20, Tup. 13 N.,
Range 2 East.
Tract No. 2<i See. 1C, Twp. 13 N., Range 3
Tract No. 27 See. 10, Tup. 12 N., Range 3
Tract No. 28 See. 10, Tup. 13 N., Range 4
The following lands in Pawnee County:
Tract No. 29 See. 10, Twp. 20 N., Range 8
Tract No. 30 Fr. See. 30, Tup. 24 N.,
Range 1 East.
Tract No. 31 Wc. of N\V>; and NEU of
NWM nnd w of SW% and se«, of
SWU of See. 10, Tup. 20 N., Range 9
Tract No. 32 W>\ or SW>, nnd SEVi of
s\v«, and m.. pf sit, and \i «»r sif,
of See. 13. Tup. 20 N., Range 9 Fast.
Hie following lands in Tillman County: j
Tract No. 33 See. 10, Tup. 1 N'., Range 10
The folluing lands in Payne County:
Tin'ct No. 31 See. 10, Tup. 18 N\, Range 1 j «
'l l I r the opening of said bids. All lease*
ot< to .nade for a term of five year*
upon a fixed royalty of 12*^ per cent of
the gross production of all oil and gas
produced therefrom. If a well is not com-
pleted on suid lands within twelve month*
from the date or said lease the said lessee
shall pay a rental of One Dollar per ncr®
annually in advance so long as drilling 1*
delayed. I.eases on river beds are to be
mad. in accordance with the rules ami
n gulalioiw- ol the Commissioners of the
I and Office and on forms approved by the
< ■ mini sioners and by the l'ederul Court
having jurisdiction therein.
I.eases on school lands that are produc-
ts Ik- k-advertised for lease for un ad-
ditional term of rive years, said irnprove-
un id*., material and equipment thereon
used In connection with the operation of
said oil and gas wells, together with the
cost of driling said oil or gas wells that
are producing oil or gas at the end of said
term are to be appraised as the property
of said lessee and paid for at the time of
said sale in cash by the successful bidder
therefor. The said lessee shall have the
preference right to re-lease said land Tor
an additional term of five years at the
highest blit offered. The Commissioners of
the Land Office reserve the right to re-
ject any and all bids.
1 or full particulars and form of bid,
c». A. SMITH,
Secretary to the Commissioner*
of tin* l and Office, Oklahoma
See. 30, Tup. 19 N., Range 1
Tract No. 35
The following lands In Wagoner County:
River bed —All that portion of the
Arkansas River lied in
11:1,1 N,,. Sirs ;i mill Id, Twp. 1.1 1 Notice is hereby given that Barney Juck-
j s,hi, who wns convicted In Lincoln County.
Oklahoma, March II, 19l(i of the crime of
(Published In the Chnndlrr Tribune Juno
Kb. July 0, 13, 20, 1916.)
| Slide of Oklahoma, County of Lincoln,
True! No. 37 Sees. I and 9. Twp. 15 N„
Range 17 East.
Tract No. 38 Sees. 5 and 0, Twp. 1(i N..
Range 10 Fast.
Tract No. 3!) Sees. 7 and 8, Tup. 10 N„
Range 10 Fust.
The following lands in Kay County:
Tract No. 40 See. 30, Tup. 27 N., Range
; felonious assault and sentenced to one
>ear in the County jail, has filed with J.
| M Crook, Pardon and Parole Officer aft
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, his application
i for a pardon or parole.
Any persons wishing to object to con-
sideration of said application may file
| objections with the said officer on or be-
r.aeli bid must be accompanied by a cor i fore the 28 day of July, 191fi.
tilled check or bank draft on some hank j RARNEY JACKSON,
in the State of Oklahoma in the sum olllMF.RY A. FOSTER.
One Thousand Dollars, made payable 1<i [ —1— —1 —
*5* Event.s nf Interest From
Seat of (Government-
<• BY J. E. JONES
<*4-H~H». * K the sea s edge, and to hear the piteous ] structures of wood that American palace of fun, and varied amuse-
* THE NATIONAL CAPITAL | ‘ don’t.” And one’s age must be more I architecture developed because they[pents. And these are only a few of
•3-: than a century when one ceases to i were cheap. But the seashore stands [< he attractions. (
enjoy pushing some one under the in a different relation to the public j A block or two from the "l’lay i
water only to watch him come to the from that which it formerly occupied, Ground of America" is a busy active i
city, with Rood stores, fine residences
and an industrious population, quite
undisturbed by the frivolity that occu-
pies the attention of he strangers who
‘have congregated in their front yard. I
They furnish a city government that [
keeps up the beach, policing it and
regulates everything in a manner
such as people expect within the re-
gion where their homes are located,
and where their children are raised
and educated. The beach is as much
a part of the city responsibility as the
town hall. Dell Rapids and other
towns that have a chance to have a
play ground at their water front can
make them successful, too. They
may not build a second Atlantic City,
but they ca ngive the people a place
the ......mls.slom-rs ,,r lln- I-anil Office of j
the Stale of Oklahoma, ami deposited as
earnest money to insure the execution of
the lease and the furnishing of a bond as .
required by law. One certified cheek or
honk draft in said sum will entitle the
bidder to bid on one or more tracts. Said
deposit accompanying rejected bids will be
•‘turned to mu h bidders at the time such
kids are opene.' and upon full compliance !
with the terms and conditions of the bid-
ding and the payment of the bonus of- I
fried, if any, and tin entering into of a
lease between the successful bidder and the
Commissioners of the Land Office, the dr-1
posit of such successful bidder will be
returned. ’I hr bonus hid must he in cash,
hncli hid must be on file with or delivered
lo the Secretary to the Commissioners of j
Ihe band Office upon the date and hour
COUKTLAND M. FEUQUAY
dren they would jump high into the
air in the effort to mount the crush-
ing body of water. And each time
this occurred the man laughed and
the two women screamed. They were
surface, mouth open, ears and nose I (and congressmen from Washington'
v j full of the briny deep. There is a j and business men from Eastern states
1 '?w*lom 1 know out at Dell Rapids, are accustomed to run down to At-
' | S. Dak., who asked me recent.lv for !antic city for a week-end in winter.
Atlantic City is a fine place to go
at any time of the year. And so my
friend, Joel Hillman, of Harvey’s, has
built a twelve-Etory modern hotel
alongside the board walk, and on top
of it all is a roof garden. “The
Breakers” is the last word in seaside
hotels, and the only fault I could find
with the place was that it was so com-
fortable and elegant that I stayed
two days longer than I intended, be-
cause I couldn’t break away from it.
When I was at the Grand Royal Hotel
in Stockholm I used to look out across
•j. | “• w'ho asked me recently for
•3- J suggestions as to how to make a
-'3"3"!'*7~3*-t*Sv*r-3"l- rI- -T--7*-) * -I- -3--3- -I--I- -7—3 —I- -7—3—5- j bathing beach in which she was inter-
-- ested attractive. And here at the
M !. \M] i IMP, A1 I HE SHORE. “greatest swimmin’ hole” in the
Th« on c world I have been searching for the
1 he Good Old Summer Time Is Piay „ ,,
t- r /-• , . r. J ; answer—for an answer that can be
lime for Grown-Up Boys and Girls ,, ,
. applied to every town and village
his morning I watched a fat man. near a river stream or lake, where
and two women, who had waded out this letter will be read, where boys
into about two feet of water. The; like Master DuBois, of Newark, N.
combers were breoking fast, and as
each one struck the three adult chil-
J., who wanted to know when he saw
me if I was “the fellow who wrote
from Norway, and all over,” will get
some benefit out of the great invig-
orating, healthful sport of swimming.
And for the life of me, the only arti
the arm of the Baltic and make _ ...
! threats about becoming a Swede, but|to B° swipming, and if they will fol-
contrivance I can think of is a I am glad I didn’t yield, because “Th< j low the simple principles of maintain-
! ing necessary comforts, cleanliness
entirely oblivious to the fact that] little tin pail and a shovel and a nice Breakers” haT“got iTbeiit
there were several hundred other j heap of s ’ ~
Lathers enjoying the same manner of j the shore seem to get more fun out I • • . .. . V „ " " I worth while
fun, or that a group of us had singled 1 0f these than anythirg else j ^ ? 18 that you forKet 3,1 at,°f ____________________
them out, from the shore. I raised I , . , L the war. The most neutral spot J
A swimming* beach anywhere will j know of in the world is the place U uhlishcd in tin* Chandler Tribune, July
j heap of sand, For the “kiddies” at, Another good thing about going!and resectability, they will find it
two fingers and the invitation was |
accepted, and soon another fat man IT * Wh?n the Pf°P]e ^ho j where you can make a hole in the! “• 20- 2“ «««•)
was battling with the sea waves All I ’aVe 11 ln charge learn the lesson that s water and pull the hole in after vou. j PUBLIC SALE op oil and gas LEASES!
the rest of the world was forgotten ! 80 wel1 under8tood at Atlantic City, j Anil then you go up on shore and talk or THE PUB,-IC lands op the
for “goin’ swimming makes kids of us I Twe"ty mi,,i?n p“P,e e° to ,his H °Ver ^ a K<*xl time you are hav- i 8TATE wr 0K,'AH0MA
all » ; mous resort in the course of a year,, ing. Now along this board walk you: ™l; < omminsionkhs Ol Till- land
hast winter I was at Scheveningen, *"*! th' prinAcifal rea8on why ,hey «*<>'«»» promenade till your legs are ready j w TH,; STATK OF 0K' VHOMA I
the great watering place of Holland, ’’ ,,,cause Atlant,c C,ty ,n8lsts on a I to let you drop, or you can ride. You .....
WHY IT PAYS
TO JX) BUSINESS WITH THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
^ oui money is safe; every safe-guard and protection for
the depositor is Jurnished. Your valuable papers may be
stored in our fire and burglar proof vaults
FREE OF CHARGE
Our centrally located offices are always at our customer’s
disposal. Our farmer friends are especially welcome; they
will find our bank a handy place to write letters and trans-
act their business. We want you to feel near enough to the
officers so that when you want any advice regarding your
business, or any investment you wish to make, you will
freely consult with them and feel that any advice is gladly
given, as it always is.
First National Bank
A GOOD BANK IN A GOOD COUNTY
tomed to enjoy themselves much as
we do at Atltntic City. I-ast week 1
was at that immoral cesspool known
as Coney Island. Any time there is a
reach near by I look it up, for swim
, 4 | »•** receive scaled bids for the leasing of I
V..C. iiuivimS pmvc ui liunuiiu, v. v . « , » ^ I # y°uB ( r°P» or tRR 1 lde. ^ Oli | j|,e public lands and of the river bed leases
■where Europeans have been accus- ^ i*e.pec-a n ltv. The, get into a rattan chair—two big i oi the State of Oklahoma for oil and gas
“jonts, “bums,” “fakers and rum i wheelg on the side and a ,Htle one pu.i.osb .... the 711. day of AukusI 1916,
shops have been made unwelcome, j down in front_ xhere are thousands b",,"'", 'IT "! M” °"
r.nd while some of each kind doubtless * . «< n- , . ,, , , following lands of the state, to-*it:
dill remain , it, . , , n lolling chairs pushed, USU-- The following lands in Comanche county:
st.ll remain, yet the great boardwalk Llly by a Wack man> and the price jJ Trad N„. . Sc-c. 13, Twp. . N„ Hange ..
that stretches alongside of seven 5C cents an hour. I added TO cents | "'cat
ming is my favorite pleasure. But it j 1,1 Des of real ocean is lined by as clean j as a tip on one occasion, today, and!
struck me since I have been here that and reputable o class of business es^
all beaches have a similarity, be- tablishmer.ts as one could find on any
cause when three or more women are street the world. And here is a
in bathing in th^ surf it is a sure bet street that never backs up to the
that old Neptune is keeping them | ocean- It s front dooryard is the roar-
busy, as he always seems to be trying: 'nk “hi Atlantic. Naturally, 20,000,-
to pull their seekings off. Another J *'®0 people have to be fed and given
thing about swimming is that it seems | a P'ace to sleep, and therefore At- _____
to make cowards of us all. and I! Clty ,las met the demand by} <^ity, for amusement purposes only,
imagine the children have a lot of fun! balldln£ some of the finest hotels in | xbcre are brass bands and orchestras
wathching their fathers and mothers1 |he country. They are good, bad and, giving concerts 0n these piles of steel
as they dip their toes into the cold lnd!ffere1lt* anrt accommodations arc; and concrete that are swept bv the
...............' ------------L-.l tc he had at rates to suit any kind ofjwean breezes. Moving picture shows, I Tr"n’pj N,
the attendant (unblusbingly, 1 think)
told me he “expected more.” I did
not investigate to find out how far
short of approval I reached.
A pier where steamboats land and
you get on a big boat is a good deal
different from the half-dozen big
piers that are in front of Atlantic
water’s edge and make up faces that
causer- one to speculate whether they
would like to be back home or not.
Then comet- the great splash that [ iled Washington'for the
makes father and mother, . .. _____ — „ ------ ------------ v.Jj „„„
Truth and the little on. 1! alike, me to Harvey’s famous restaurlnt,; who dared stick his face
and the highest class of theatrical en-
Something like ten years ago I vis-1 tertainments occupy sope of the build-
... n . i r. _ ie- first time, j ings on the piers. The “57 Varieties” ...
er andjThat first night a friend introduced J and the homeliest man in the world j 1 \v,!st' ' 1" " ' ’’ 1 "l’’ ' S' 1
on a tin I Tract No. 13 sWVi See, 29, Twp. t s..
Tract No. 2 Sec. 3ft, Twp. 4 N\, Range 11
Tract No. 3—SE*/» Sec. 9, Twp. 3 N.p Range
Truct No. 4-NW/4 Sec. 20, Twp. 3 N.,
Range 10 West.
Tract No. 6 See. 3ftr Twp. 3 N., Range 9
Tract No. ft E! j and SWVi Sec. 13, Twp. 4
N., Range 10 West.
Tiact No. 7 E*.j Sec. 1ft, Twp. I N., Range
Tract No. 8—Sec. 1G, Twp. 3 N., Range 9
Tract No. 9 Sec. 13, Twp. 3 N., Range 9
The following lands in Cotton County:
10—Sec. 1ft, Twp. 4 S., Range 10
Tract No. 11—Sec. 13, Twp. 1 S., Range 10
nd I had my first satisfactory “fill” talcum cun have great electric signs. J Range 10
f steamed oysters. The impression DuPont also has a display, which fit-1 1,1,11 N”-
1 don't know what it is, but uignifi
r.ge and irrepressible youth, all kicks j of
Us heels in the same way, and plunges, j has always been pleasant, and so wh:n I tingly shows scientific ways to learn T
laughs and 1 .-reams in the same fash-1 1 go to Atlantic F;ty 1 ,-top with “mine ( how to kill—while shooting their pow-1
ion when the water from the ocean i host ol Harvey’s," who keeps ‘“l he: Je,-. Young’s million-dollar pier per-1 Tract No. it; Sec. n, Twp. 3 s u.m-. tu
covers the precious mortal frame. It f Breakers.” When Atlantic City was | pcluatea the ambitious desire of a West.
is a great thing to feel that it is a joke | regarded simply a “summer resort” | man who wants his house clear out! TT^f°' 17 Sl'‘ 1C’ , "1’ 2 s” 10
1 osplash water on the ne'v arrival at its hotels were the great barny old Cvu the sea. The Steeple Chase is a| ti™ foHowIng lan,Is In Lincoln c„unly:
II NW1, See. 32, Twp. 4 S„
Range 10 West.
Sec. 3ft, Twp. 3 S.. Range 10
Stay With Lincoln County
VVe have, for nearly twenty four years, and do
our part to develope its farms, build its roads, main-
tain its schools, assist its commercial business, and
help its people:-
\Ve loan at low rates and easy terms on
FARMS, Chattel and other personal security.
We receive deposits, subject to demand check,
or on time certificates, allowing interest on time
We cash vour county, school or township
warrants; handle collections, sell foreign or domestic
drafts and Traveler's Checks.
The Union National Bank
The Pioneer Bank of Lincoln County
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Smith, G. A. The Chandler Tribune (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1916, newspaper, July 20, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc915462/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.