The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, May 22, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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i THE SEI
THE CUlMEl NEWS.
gilst1up i GILSTItAP, i'i'lil.lSIIHRS.
lindsay l. LEWIS, lUisinoss Manager.
FRIDAY, MAY 22ND, 189fi.
Is at home in the HetTron
brick opposite the court house
block. Here we are prepared
to do a larger business than
ever, at lower pkices, and
with BETTER ACCOMMODA-
TIONS for our customers.
Everything in spring ^ and
and summer goods. Come
and see us. We keep the
nh'wes i and the best, at the
most reasonable rates. Here
are some of the things we
keep in stock—and our stock
is constantly being renewed:
a gingham of extra Rood quality,
reduced Irom 8i to «i cents per yard.
heavy Indigo prints, of the boBt,
at 5 ccnts.
a line of of ladles', missca\ and
children's tan hosiery.
ladies' too slippers at 49 cents.
a good lino of slippers.
muslins —a standard, unbleached
muslin at 5 ' cents. Bleachcd muslin,
30 incho.- wide, at 5 cents.
DIMlTlES.--Thcso arc in the lead
for summer dress poods, everywhere
popular. a variety of designs and
colorings at prices to suit all.
flutter ducks, lino quality, at
french piques, a very fine
line, and exceptionally dainty and
sateens. Figured brocaded Freneh
sateens/ Several attractive patterns,
ch allilaine — Handsome wool
crepes. Serpentine crepes, very
desirable, and at the popular low prices
amiens and Vivettc Batistes, new
and pretty designs.
prints Of the newest patterns.
Among these is a new line of Calcutta
Blues, something new in bluo shades,
■•educed to 5 conts.
Three papers for $1.00.
Mcsicale Saturday, May -.'1.
Read our great clubbing oltor.
25c Legnorns at Mrs. w. Smiths.
Musicalo should be a byword by ev-
Have you observed w.
New sailor-, new flowers, at Mrs. w.
Hon w. t. Walker of Norman was
in town today.
New potatoes in the market for the
past ten days.
News and the seml-woekly Globe-
w. h. Masou and wife returned from
Frazier & Newby charge no commis-
sion on farm loans.
Mrs. j. s. Newby was visiting in
Dr. Galyen has but a stock of drugs
in the Cronk building.
p. w. Rash loaves today for Ken-
tucky on a business trip.
The Congregational Sunday . .school
had a picnic Wednesday.
Mrs a. Bamberger and daughter
left for Wichita Tuesday.
Geo. w. Davis was over from Well
french percales—You're sure
to want them.
fine moire skirting, for un-
derskirts, interlining, etc.
ginghams. Some corded novelties
which are handsome.
singan pongees. Something
new in summer fabrics.
tan shoes. And slippers for
ladies and children at low prices.
shirt waists. a variety of
these aud more «n the way.
tyrone cambrics. Very nice,
corsets. a fine lino of these, 25
cents and upwards. The necessary
gumraer corset can be found in
dotted swiss. we havo it in
colors and in black-a popular and de-
Birable shade and quality.
ca3umers. a lino of brocade and
plain cashmeres, double widths—a bar-
gain at 12} cents,
haircloth, notions, and hair or-
toilet soaps: Pears' at 105 cents
per cake, three cakes for 50 cents,
curling irons, with patent told-
ing bandies, 10 cents.
fine hemstitch handkerchiefs, 5 ets
hosiery. a variety. Ladies' line
. geamless black hose, 10 cents a pair
bleach table clcth at 25 cents per
yard; other qualities at proportionate
towels. a good line as low as 15
cents por pair.
shoes. a good lino of shoes and
hats. In hats we keep the Stet-
eon in all the latest shapes. Other
styles. Men's furnishing goods.
shirts. a fine line of Percale
shirts. Summer flannel negligee
challies. a lino of all-wool
Challies only 12j cents.
Here is where we defy com
petition. We have the new-
est and best in men's and boy's
clothing in all its departments.
Gjod qualities. We can guar-
antee to suit all tastes and
pocketbooks. Shirts, hose,
straw hats, children s sailois.
Men's suits as low as $4.00.
An all-wool suit at $7.00.
ston Friday and Saturday
Harvey Beeknoll and family made a
trip to Guthrie this week.
a full line of glass, paints, and oils
at Samuel Ellis' drug store,
j. c. Hugo was over from the Agen-
cy wednesday and renewed.
The band boys are energetic and de
termined. Encourage '-hem.
t. m. Helm of Oklaljjjma City is in
town assistingjn a contest case.
c. g. Jones and d. c. Lewis of Okla-
homa City were in town jSunflay.
The WomanT Relief Corps is pre
win r. Davis aud f.lfle m. Chamb-
ers of. Carney, were married on the
17th by Justice g. z. Page at his resid-
Mrs, j. w. Feuquay and Courtland
went from Enid to the old home at
Hackney, Kans., for a few weeks'
Nice, fresh bread always on hand at
Wallace's bakery. Board by day or
week. North of Frazier and Newby's
11. B. Gilatrap and L. L. Lewis re-
turned Saturday from Enid. They
seem to think they had a real hilari-
Anv town is a blank without a good
band.' Use your efforts to fill that
blank by patronizing the muslcale, Sat-
Homer Mumford, of kansas City,
representing the educational depart,
nt of the Kansas City Star is in
town this week.
wanted _"aTDeacon"and Ulam'8'
some "Peach Blow" or 'California
Red" pntatoes; also some eggs at
cents por dozen, trade.
d n Frazier returned from Guthrie
Tuesday and on Wednesday went to
Sac and Kox Agency where he spent
the remainder of the week.
Is something now,
And costs 25 sou,
At tho Muslcale
a. d. Wright's drug store, book and
news depot Is located in the Melons
bjilding six doors north of the Sac
Fo.x storo, Remember the place.
The famous euphonium soloist and
champion baritone player of the south-
west Mr. Tom Cook, will appear in
Chandler at the musicale, Saturday,
May 2!1. —
You may be a band yourself some
time, so don't forget tho band boys
"musicale" tomorrow (Saturday)
night. Reserved soats a a. d.
Wright's drug store^
j. m. Huffman was up from Clifton
last Thursday and reports that Clifton
will fly the eagle on July the fourth to
a great extent. Ho Is rejoicing in
Clifton's daily mail privileges.
Wanted.—Stoek to pasture. i have
a bottom pasture with a thousand
twres enclosed with three wires, Call
on or address, J. E- LURT°N'
Chandler, o. t
mstrict Clork .
Please send tile annual reports,
levies, etc. at once.
Sunday, May 24th, memorial services
will be held at the m. e. church at 1u
o'clock. Sermon will be preached by
Rev. j. c. Barker. All pastors are
cordially invited to attend. It is here-
by ordered that all comrades be pres-
ent on that day and mert at the u. a.
it. hall at « o'clock prompt.
rout. Jenkins, a. a. bf.asi.pr
lmmm itallromt 1'rlcM.
The Chandler Lumber Yard is
putting in a first-class sto-k of lumber
having had twenty loads arrive at the
ard on tho 1st and 2nd Inst., with
twenty more to follow of all llrst-c.ass
material. Everything kept in stock
such as you will find in a first-class
lumber yard at railroad towns. Come
and be convinced.
j. E. Gormlky, Prop.
Corner Man vol Ave. and 13th st-
Between Chandler aud the Bell Cow
creek on the north road leading to
Carney on May 20 a black sack coat
with a rod leather pocitetbook In tho
inside breast pocket containing some
papers among which was a receipt for
dues from the i. o. o. f. lodjto no
171 Gresham, Nebraska. Also a black
ulk handkerchief In the right lower
pocket. The finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving it at this office or
Stewart's livery barn. ^ ^ ta9h
Now, by St. Paul, tile work goes!
Our euterprising citizens, aud thcy
ure all enterprising, are engaged on |
their crops. Most of them havo eo'- j
ton, corn, castor bean, aud kafflr, bill |
their principal crop is cotton. 'i his
crop Is more than double and possibly
tribble what it was last year. Cotton
to tho right of you, cotton to the left |
of you, ootton In front of you, cotton j
all around you. Many farmers ha e as |
many as thirty acres to that crop, h
average being about fifteen acres.
Should this be a good year for the crop.
and tho indications are that it will, h
will add largely to tho wealth of the
south fox items.
Rev. Albert Jones left for Missouri
d. t. Shiry has tho finest crop In
Crops look fine and farmers are
wearing large smiles.
Cotton, corn, and fruit are coining to
the front and the chinch bugs aro dy-
m. Hall and a. Stewart were chosen
director nnd clerk at the school meet-
ing last week. Tho board lias pur-
chased new Beats and will soon build a
house for the colored school.
Now that the railroad is sure, every
citizen of Chandler should feel rich
and gjnerous and patronize the band
boys' "musicale" tomorrow night, It
will bo worth your money to hear and
see the new doublf bell fiiphonium.
Tlio special summer term at the
man's Relict Corps pre- ^ colu.ge. Guth
serve refreshments on May | cap ta^ y^ins ^ 8; lsoo, and
Rev. Barker leaves today for Nor-
man where hj} will visit the Unlvers-
Isaac Gentls returned'from the g.
a. r. encampment the last of the
If vou want a band that you are
proud of, patronize the musicale, on
May 23. __
Mrs a. r. McElHanoy was very 111
the last of the wook but is convaiosc-
w t nail, cashier of tho First
State Bank of Perkins was in Chand-
The only entirely musical entertain-
ment over given in Chandler, Satur-
day, May 23.
Mr. and Mrs. f. a. Ashton and Mrs.
Riner returned Tuesday from their
trip to Enid.
County Clerk Anderson was detain-
ed at home Monday and Tuesday by a
Swoaringen'the photographer has
moved fromopp. p. o. over McNeale
h. c. Downey of Parkland was in
town Tuesday and made the News an
Hon d t7Flynn has accepted an
invitation to deliver an address at
Shawnee on July '
Dr. Ellis tonT^Ttbathe has rented
one of his offices to a jeweler who will
at once put in a stock.
You will find Wallace's restaurant
north of Frazier and Newby's office.
Bakory in connection.
Prices on ohoua reduced 25 per cent,
at Rati iff & Hinchey's. So buy of
them and save moaey.
Mow everybody see here,
With every $10.00 worth of
goods you buy we will en-
large a picture for you in cray-
on These are handsome prem-
iums You can see a a sample
it our store. A ticket will be
riven you for each purchase,
"hese portraits are of good
vorkmanship. Vou will be
;ure to want one, and they are
Reserved seats for the musicale, as
usual, at a. d. Wright's drug store.
First come best serve l
Geo. Ricker of Baker was down
Wednesday and pushed up his sub-
scription another year.
c. e. topic for May 21 "Christ's wid-
ening kingdom," Isa. 11: 2-10. At the
Mothodlst church at o t'i.
The Lincoln county teacher's insti
tute will begin July 28th. Excellent
instructors have been employed.
i am receiving new goods and am
found opposite the Sac and Fox store.
Mrs. w. a. Smith.
We have a good heavy Bain wagon
that wo want to trade for something
lighter. The Lincoln Mill Co
The rains this week have been fen-
1 ral in tho county and the chinch .jug
is much less active on account of them.
-- i The News has just received a fine
free with every ten dollars lot of paper stuck and is prepared to do
continues ten weeks. Tuition ten
weeks, s&.00; eight weeks, $..00, four
weeks, $1.00. Board and room Irom
jtv.is to $2.50 por week.
Tho surveyors of the Sapulpa and
Oklahoma City railroad havo been in
and about town since Saturday. They
have not given out any defin ite infor-
mation but it has been Intimated that
the road is likely to run through the
east part of town to the north end and
thence north by way of tho ravine on
a. d. Wright's farm.
Card of TliBiih--
Mr. and Mrs. r. b. Holland take
this moans of extending their grati-
to the friends and neighbors who
sisted them during the sickness and
death of their little Muret.
Marriage licenses were Usued by w.
L Harvev, probate judge of Lincoln
county, to the following named persons
on the dates mentioned below:
May l th.
( Thomas Cahill, • • • a"v" jlj
} Ella m. Wright,. 'Chandler 1
i Henry t. Golden — Sapulpa 28
] Martha m. Pitman. Sapulpa . •
Mr. Ferrier, the new jeweler at the
Eagle drug store, is turning out some
very fine watch and gold work, all par-
ties agreeing that it is first-class-as
good as can be done in any of the large
cities. He is a jeweler of national rep-
utation, having at Chicago been twice
elected vice president of the United
States Jewlers' Guild. He has had .10
years' experience.—Guthrie Leude> •
Little Muret, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. r. b. Holland, died Wednesday
afternoon after a week's illness. Mur-
ot was about seventeen months old and
a very pretty and promising child.
The funeral was held at the Methodist
church Thursday at 11:00 o'clock, Rev.
Barker officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Hol-
land have the most sincere sympathy
of their many friends in this first
break in the family circle
All our regular coursea—business?
shorthand, typewriting, penmanship
and telegraphy are continued through
the year, and a special normal de-
partment Is conducted for ten weeks
beginning June Stli and closing Aug-
ust 7th This special work is to ac
commodate progressive public-school
teachers, who have no time for review,
or for taking up new branches. Tins
work will also bo of great value to per
sons contemplating teaching, or taking
up collegiate courses in the fall. Our
aim is to reach tho practical needs of
all. We employ none but earnest
teachers of experience and ability who
| spare neither time nor effort to fur-
ther the advancement of their stu-
Write for particulars.
Capital City Business College,
Guthrie, o. t
Democratic ( onventlon
The democratic county convention
was held at the court houso Tuesday
for the purpose of electing delegates
to the territorial. democratic convon
tlon which meets at Oklahoma City to-
morrow. m. e. Furguson presided
and w. h. Smith acted as secretary
Tho convention adopted free silver
.•evolutions and endorsed Bland for
presidentiol nominee. Mr. h. c.
Biunt of Chandler was endorsed as the
choice of the democrats of Lincoln
county for delegate to tho Chicago
convention. The following named
persons were named as delegates to tho
h. c. Brunt, Chandler,
a. r. McElHanny, Chandlor,
s. a. Cordell, Chandler,
j. m. Clark, Chandler,
m. e. Furguson. Keokuk twp,
w. n. Warren, Chandler,
c, b. Wilson, Osage twp,
j. r. Jacobs, s. Choctaw twp,
w. h. Fallis, Tohee twp,
w. t. Willis, Chan ller twp,
c. h. Purswell, Union twp,
c. h. Mendcnhall, Fox twp,
j. b. a. Robertson, Fox twp,
Joe Eadea, Kickapoo twp.
Blotches, pimples, scrofulous sores,
and all humors of tho blood and
will succumb to beggs* Blood Purifier
and Blood Maker. livery bottle guar-
anteed. Ask a. D. Wright for it.
lu-oii begun i* half don«. Begin t
\w«ll l>y i. rr> n p
i t let clmin '' <1< i- riulnc
1juur crop, but plant i Vrry'i
\ SeetlH. Known and sola
j Hefore you pliint, ?et
j| Ferry's Seed Ssirsaai
« for 1siw. Contains more prao-
ww tieal Information for runners
Iund gartlouern thun 'n"ny
priced text hooks. Mailed free. <MWi
i>. a. h:kiiv * ( <>., UBTHoir. u.jgEKjj
llUXMat Buwi'iTfoMM* ClMMUt,'
n. « jftx
Dmt 5lri 1 4
Vou irt •ittltled to little®
free 'fo™ y°mr wbolm l«
white star soap •
Durham Smoking j
Tobacco you buy. One btf
o? soap Free with each pound,
whether 16 Ol., 8 02., 4 OI., of ;
j ox., packages.
We have notified every whole-
sale dealer in the United State*
^HANDLER ^ SHAWNEE
m a11. a n1) st At ie 1.1 x k
It. s. blair, manager.
,v. Chandler 1) a.m. ar. Shawnee ■"> p.m.
v. Shawnee u a.m. Ar. Chandlert! i\m
(^'Connects with trains on Choctaw
railroad. Special care given to ex
pruss. Office in post oilier, Chandler
CALVIN AND FUNK,
Second Door North of Manval House
Only First-Class Shop in Town.
12 Shaves for One Dollar.
tha« we will supply th m with soap
once, and Insist on gettlofc your
so.tp. One bar of Soap FREE w'th
each pound you buy. Soap la
offered for a limited time, ao order
to-day. Yours very truly.
TOBACCO COMPANY. «>■ .
in any «l«l ltr In procuring jour
•«p. cut oat title • ' ..nit II with
ron. order I. rwaMwI. d«l«r.
It you h.v. a
Go to Fletcher's
If you want anything in the line of
Shelf - s - Heavy - Hardware,
(Published May 15 to Mny 80.)
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT.
Territory of Oklahoma. |
\ In Probate Court
Lincoln County. . ) i n
In tbe matter of the estate of Michael U
Noticed h<r by given that (JeorRe W Duvis,
the duly appointed and qualified administrator
of thf' estate of Michael B. ■<5rove;
has rendered and nresuntcd for settlement and
filed in said court nla final account and r port
of his administration as such adinUiiHtnitor,
and said estate beinff ready for dlstributJon.
iH ordered that Tuesday, the 'ind day of June
... 1). 1806, being a day of a regular term of said
court, to wit: of the May tfm A. DJKJfl. ut
10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at tne
probate court room In the town ttti handlur, In
said coun:y o Lincoln, has been duly appoint-
ed by hC said court for the settlement of said
account, at which time and place any persou
interested in said estate niay app. ar atid lle
his exceptions iu writing to the account and
contest the aaino.
In testimony whereof X In* " luireunto set m>
hand and affixed the seal of said court uis
Ith day of May. 1890. •
(Seal.) W. L. Harvey. Probate Judge
Tinware, Galvanized Flues, Well
Tubing, Rope, Nails, Amminnt-
ion, Nails, Buggies, Wagons, etc.
Come in and look over our fine, line of stoves. We can
suit you in style as well as price. Come
J. C. FLETCHER & CO.,
Chontller, - - Oklahoma
FOU oALIS V A. I). WUIGUT, CHANDLER, OKLA.
(First published in the News May -"3nd 1890)
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Territory of Oklahoma, Lincoln county, ss.
In the District Court cf said county and ter-
J. II. Kee, PlaintifT,
Lydia.) Hrownlee, and
Mary II. Dawson, i
Oil tho 18lh day of April, IP!W. In salil ooimlv
tn kiiIJ court platnllB reooTurcU Judgment
Wtallixl defendants. Jamra flrownloe, Lydia .1
Brownlee. aud Mitrv It Dawson for tho prluci
pal sum of II M.70 with Interest thereon at U
per cent till paid and the costs of action taxed
t 115,75 and accruing costs.
And by the judgment, order and decree of
said court it considered and adjudged that
>laintin have'a first mortgage loin upon the rot
lowins described real estate, towit. All that
part of the s E of section four, 4, townjhlp
fourteen. H. N range four. I. east, described as
beginning at a point 360 feot east of the north
west cornei of said tract of laud, thence east
630 feet thence soutli 7-30 feet, thence west 0-to
fret, thence north 7:v.) feet to the p.ace of \u
uinning, containing 10 acres according to the
survey thereof and that said mortgage llen^be
foreclosed by sale of the said real estate.
tice is therefore given that I shall on the ..
, av of June. 1890 at the hour of - o clock, r
of said day at the east door of the court house
in the town of Chandler. Lincoln county, (>. 1..
proceed to sell tho right, title, and interests of
above named James Hrownlee, Lydia J.
Brownlee, and Mary II. Dswaon defendant n
and to the above described real property to
iatig(V a d . gneni and costs amounting to
HSO.rttOKefllc'r will, all warning cotlH or -air
at pulillc auction to the high,- . tililiter fur CMi<t
U„tt il al t handler thin 16th ilay of M.i\, I . I.
F. ll. (iEUKR, Sherrfl
WOMEN SHOULD KNOW
That tho Disorder* oommonly call«d "Female Dlsoases" are th«
Foundation ol nearly all ths Troubles from which thoy «uffor.
Chlorosis, Pnllinir of lli« and IrregviHP
PlrilNVN ... ■
Backache, Dizziness, Erur
of tlio name diseases Hi ing
temporary relief does not curt
WINE OF CARDU5|
CURES FEMAI.K DISEASES
by acting directly upon the delicate oiH ...
It can b« taken iuthe privacy of hoiuo T — •
of ladies uno it Druggists sell aud commend it
One Dollar buys a large bottle.
City, Lawrence County, Mo
PiKacE City, Lawronee county, mn >
I have been afflicted with Irregular and Infill.**- Wc-ri
Menstruation and very «m '/o C. '" P "L. • : '
lowlugwach month I.> period. After t lla^iestdoot*
I could fiu-t had failed to benefit me, I tried '"•
* Cardui treatment. I commeuct d rn. ndhi < at once, an
lo I was better than I had been for twelve months.
Willi! 7.7 i ■ . 711 "iir t' re at ii n" i it. I oiiunenced niemliu : at once, and bc'oro I had une<i a
full bott/o I waa Gftor than I had been for tw. • month*. X WY WATSON.
The Chicago weekly Inter Ocean and
the News one year for $1.00.
Men's Fine Fucntehing Goods
and Hats. A lull line of fine ,
French and Domestic Piece •
C.ocds now on hand. Examine.
vorth of goocb purchased.
lew York Store.
Highest Honors—World's Fair,'
MOST PERFECT MAUE.
6olentlflo America", |
First published In the Nkwh May WM.)
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Territory of Oklahoma, Linc oln county, 88.
Robert Boyed, Plaintiff. ,
Jacob Piatt, and
Notice Ib nereby given that I will offea for
sab- at nubile auction and sell to the h Iff he ht
bidder for caah In hand at tho cant door of t .•
court house in the town of C handler, in the
county of Lincoln, territory of Oklahoma, on
th< 34th day of June, iMM.between the hours of
v o'clock A. m and o'clock P m of said da.n
and as m ar as may be l«> the hour of •- i . m ol
said day. the following described real estati
• itilated In the county of Lincoln, and termor*
of Oklahoma, towit: Ti e north , n;sth.fluar,||r
of section twenty-nine, -■ . In township thii
teen, 13, north of range five, 5, east 1 M.
Taken as the property of Jacob I i« tt and
Matilda Piatt, his wife, on an order of sale is-
sued out of the district court of the county of
Lincoln and territory of Oklahoma inanactlon
pending therein at the April, I8 # t *-™ th(.reor
s the plaintiff
.. ,-r "defendants iii au action to foreclose
mortgage on the above described J®
the reco*ery of *767.1" wtth Inunsl atlh> .it
of li iwr c-nt ncrunnum from >t" i"-"
also for the sum of H .l0 ,i , n-l- n01 or th
costs of sale, and to me direct, d as sheriff <
said county of Lincoln in the territory of OH
l,l(iiven under my hand this May 21st, IK"'.
\V. H MAS.JN, I' - •
Atty for Pltf.
piVE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TRADE WITH
1 deacon sc ulam:
Most convenient location — south room of Fletcher
Best and freshest stock of groceries- everything
Complete stock—careful study of customers'
Reasonable prices—as low as can be made by any
Courteous treatment- once a customer, always a
Will It Not Pay You to Try I's and Be Convinced?
Yottrw fcU v T
1—IIIIIPIIIl llll Ill I Hill II
Hemember the Neut Store,
nan-1 fn * Handbook «rlt« to
l bureau l<r wnirtw l'
l y uh i
a In Anierlci
your job work to suit you in
We will send A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
l"u " ~ ' ai'u ic * i " [ fofn Ammonia, Alum of any other adulterant,
to your address for a year /or only one th£ staNDaRD
f (ientilic ^tiwitan
1.1 i,i. without It. W
i , :i«l Uroortwaj, .\t
•ntlfle pajH-r In the
No Intel!! • a'
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How to Treat a Wife.
(From Paeiilt Healta J urnat.) _
First, ^eta wife; se<;ond, b.r patient.
You may have great trials and per-
plexities in your business, but do not
therefore, carry to your homes a con
tracted or clouded brow. ^ our wife
may have trials, which, though 'f leas
magnitude, w.ay be hard for her to
bear. A kind word, a tender loo...
will do wanders in chasing from her
| brow ail clouds of gloom,—To this we
would add always keep a bottle of j
Chamberlain's Cough ICtnnody in the . t--
1 house. 11 is the best and is sure to be ! ut (
needed sooner or later. Your ivifo will |
then know that you really car- for her j lanil
and wish ti protect her health.
B'.'.le by A. D. Wright I
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Gilstrap, H. B. & Gilstrap, Effie. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, May 22, 1896, newspaper, May 22, 1896; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115291/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.