The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1898 Page: 2 of 10
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It takes an awfully [food man to
lose as many as three wives by death
without being' regarded with suspi-
A bath with COSMO BUTTERMILK
BOAP, exquisitely scented, is soothing aud
beneticiul. Hold everywhere.
The saloon free lunches have be-
come so elaborate that they are inter-
fering with the restaurants and ho-
It is a great pity that the govern-
ment doesn't organize a department to
maintain a censorship over love let-
When a man is in trouble be believes
a good many things that he would
doubt at any other time.
It's a pity that some men can't even
hope to have brain fever.
Two bottles of l'iso's Cure for Consump-
tion cured me of a bud lung trouble. — Mr*,
J. Nichols, Princeton, liul., Mar. 2(5, 181)5.
An awkward man is always getting
on a woman's trail.
Try Allen'* Foot-Kaue.
A powder to be shaken Into the
shoes. At this season your feet feel
swollen, nervous and hot, and get tired
easily. If you have smarting feet or
tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It
cools the feet and makes w tlking easy.
Cures swollen and sweating feet, blis-
ters and callous spots. Relieves corns
and bunions of all pain and gives rest
and comfort. Try it today. Sold by
all druggists and shoe stores for 25c.
Trial package free. Address Allen S.
Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
A woman is never happy till she
owns a man and nevor unhappy till
•he knows she does.
livery newly married couple is de-
sirous of going where they are not
known for a few weeks, and all their
friends are desirous of having them.
Do.i't Tobacco Spii and Smoke Your Lite Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be m.iff-
netic, full of life, nerve anil vljfor. take No-To-
Bao. the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. Alldrugjjtsts, SOr. or ti Cure guaran-
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling KemeJy Co., C^ieagoor Now Yorli.
A woman's idea of making a name
for herself is to marry well.
COSMO BUTTERMILK TOILET SOAP
makes the skin soft, white aud healthy.
A man doesn't often get away after
his engagement is "announced."
ltra<l the Advertisements.
You will enjoy this publication much
better if you will get in the habit of
reading the advertisements; they will
afford a most interesting study and
some excellent bargains. Our adver-
tisers are reliable, and send what they
A woman seldom cares anything
about the answers to questions she
The man who seeks damages in court
is almost sure to "get what he is look-
Edncate Your Bowels With Cascarets
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c. 25c. If C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money
A man looks once at a girl's face; a
woman looks twice at her dress.
Nothing makes a woman so mad as
having something to say and no one to
Beauty is Bloorl Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Ca-
thartic cleans your blood and keeps it ]
clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and
driving all impurities from the body. Be- j
gin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotch-
es, blackheads, and that sticky bilious '
complexion by taking Cascarets,—beauty
for 10c. Ail druggists, satisfaction guar-
anteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Love may never die, but it gets aw-
fully sick at times.
AN OLD BULLY.
People who live in fear of his attacks.
How to avoid him or beat him off.
If biliousness isn't the bully- of the body
then what is? When once biliousness gets
the upper hand you don't dare say your
•tomach is your own " Don't you dare eat
that dish says biliousness, or you'll *ee
what I'll do." You take the dare and you
do see or rather feel, the weight of the
bully's revenue. The head aches, not a
regular ache, but an open and shut ache.
The eyes ache, not with a dull tired ache,
but with au agresaive ache, as if they were
being bored by a gitulet. The stomach
trembles with nausea. "Thr whole head
is sick and the whoi e heart is faint." There
• re scores of hundreds of people who live
•o under the dominion of this bully bil-
iousness that they don't dare eat or drink
without his permission. There's no need
of such slavery Dr. J. C. Aytr'a Pills
effectually cure biliousness.,
" For fifteen years I have used Dr. J. C.
Ayer's Pills, and find them very effective
in all kinds of bilious complaints They
• re mild in operation aud easy to take. I
prefer them to any other pill, and have
vet to see the case where they have failed
to cure."—A. Swanqer, Texarkaua, Ark.
•I have used Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills in
cases of biliousness and general disorders
of the stomach and bowels and have found
them to be always reliable. They are less
liable to gripe than other purgatives, and
although mild in action, they are thorough
in operation. They are the best family
physic that can be had."—Peter J. Duffy,
u Having used Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills for
years and thoroughly tested them, both as I
a preventive ana cure for biliousness, I
cau truthfully say that i believe them to
be the best medicine for the purpose and
they do all that is claimed lor them."—
J NO. 1$. Kolb, Shark, Ark..
IiiliomnesH is In funeral but a symptom
of a more stubborn disorder, constipation.
Constipation is the root of almost all phys-
ical evils, aud Dr. J. C. Ayei's Pills cure
almost all these physical evils by going to
the root. They cure constipation, and the
consequent maladies, biliousness, heart-
burn. palpitation, shortness of breath,
sleeplessness, nervous irritability, foul
breath, coated tongue, and a score of other
miserable maladies that have their origin
in constipation. Dr. Ayer's Pills are the
surest and safest remedy for all diseases
of the liver, stomach, and bowels. Send
for Dr. Ayer's Curebook and read the story
of cures told by the cured. Free. Address
the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass.
ron rmt laundry work. hBZ-j
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SOME REASONS WHY
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other colored goods without the faintest trace of
white, and it makes shirt waists, dresses, skirts, and
shirts, collars and cuffs look like new. KEITH'S
ENAMEL STARCH contains no ingredients which can
injure the finest fabric. If it does not give you entire
satisfaction your grocer will refund your money.
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and we will send you an ENAMEL STARCH RE-
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Our goiida have been favorably known to tho trade for years.
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work at less price than agents ask for low gra> vehicle*. Wo shit? unywhere
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Port Antonio, Jamaica, June 3 5.—
The advance of the American army
has reached the edge of the tableland
in which the harbor of Santiago de
Cuba lies. Here, seven miles from
Morro castle, as the crow Hies, the
main body of the troops united and the
Spaniards are in full retreat toward
Santiago de Cuba. They may attempt
a surprise, but a decisive engagement
is not expected for several days.
General Lawton's brigade which
rested Wednesday night at Demajaya-
bo, four miles west of Baiquiri, re-
sumed its march at daylight.
Before noon his brigade, consisting
of the Twenty-second infantry, the
First infantry, the Second Massachu-
setts volunteers, with companies of
the Eighth cavalry, half of the Fourth
cavalry and several companies of the
Twenty-fifth cavalry (negro), occupied
Juragua, five- miles beyond, and the
American flag was hoisted there.
The Spaniards retired before the ad-
vance, which was covered by Cuban
skirmishers, burning block houses as
Colonel Wagner, with a small recon-
noissance party of about forty men,
brushed against the flank of a retreat-
ing Spanish column, 200 strong, at
Firmesaz. A dozen shots wore fired by
the Spaniards, as Colonel Wagner fell
back, Before General Lawton could
bring up the Twenty-second, the van
regiment, the Spaniards had decamped
Juragua was abandoned by General
Linares and 1,200 Spanish troops with
uch haste that they had no time to
burn the town, though ineffectual at-
tempts were made to destroy the loco-
motives of the railroad and the rolling
stock. General Linares retreated to
Sevilla, six miles west of Juragua by
road, and nine miles from Santiago de
A detachment of 170 Cubans, under
Colonel Agirra collided with the Span-
ish rear guard. The Cubans lost two
men killed and sevn wounded. The
Spanish loss is not known. One Span-
iard was macheted.
General Chaffee with the Ninth cav-
alry, the remainder of the Eighth and
Fourth, Seventh, Twelfth and Seven-
teenth infantry reached Juragua at
General Bates, with the reserve of
the Twentieth infantry and Colonel
Wood's rough riders dismounted, with
a dynamite gun, hurried forward from
Baiquiri at 3 o'clock, proceeding by
When the couriers brought the news
that Juragua had been occupied the
troop ships which had not disembarked
their troops, steamed to Juragua with
the view of landing them there, but
the heavy sea beating on the beach
made it impossible to get the boats
through the surf.
Port \i Prince, Hayti, June 25.—
According to advices received here
this morning the Americans will soon
be masters at Santiago de Cuba, in
spite of the steps taken by the Span-
ish military commanders and Admiral
Cervera to defend the place.
Baiquiri, June 2 5, via Port Antonio.
—General Garcia arrived at camp be-
fore dark and 1,500 of his Cubans are
expected to effect a juncture with
Genwal Shafter's men to-day.
\merican Advance Guard Only Seven
Miles From Morro Castle.
NO EARLY BATTLE EXPECTED.
Spaniards in Full Retreat to tlie Town—
A Decisive Engagement Not Proba-
ble For a Few Days—Colonel
Wagner's Iteconnoltering Force
Cornea Up With tho
As soon as the various commands
were landed they were pushed out in
the direction of Santiago. At dark
they bivouacked and were strung out
,iu a column three miles long, the
front resting at Demajayaho and the (
rear of the column within a mile of the
base, at Baiquiri, in the following or-
der: C'olfmel Wagner, with a recon-
noissance party at Demajayaho, a mile
in advance of General Lawton s head-
quarters; the I wftnty-second and
Twenty-fourth infantry (negro) rest-
ing at a small creek, the Second Mas-
sachusetts, the Twelfth infantry, first
battalion, two companies of the Tenth
infantry and the second battalion of
the Fourth infantry.
General Bates's men, who are on re-
serve. and General Lawton's "Jones's
rough riders" dismounted and frag-
ments of several regiments bivouacked
at Baiquiri Wednesday night. The
landing proceeded until dawn. The
men slept on the bare ground, some
under the tent flies and some under the
starlit canopy. In the morning they
washed and were in good spirits. The
only disagreeable feature was the mos-
quitoes and land insects. All the men
are anxious to get at the foe and the
regiments are to be pushed on to sup-
| port General Lawton as fast as they
are landed. The aggressive attitude
of the army on land has been exceed-
Dispatches from General Linares
! which have been captured indicate
that the Spaniards were ord—ed to re-
treat toward Santiago de Cuba.
The Cubans expect the first stand to
be made at Savilla, . am? they have
proved good prophets in the past.
General Lawton's men are badly fag-
ged by forced marches and the intense'
heat. Their rations are almost ex-
Strong owtposts .are maintained iu
Drder to prevent a surprise. Juragua
Is also under the protection of the
?uns of the warships. Thus the flank
)f the advancing American column is
safe. The Spaniards, to attack our
troops, most make a forced march
through an almost impenetrable un-
There were only two casualties dur-
ing the landing of the troops at Bai-
quiri. Corporal Cobb and Private
English of Troop 1), Tenth cavalry,
negroes, fell between a lighter and the
pier. ( aptain O Neill of Wood's Rough
Riders, plunged into the sea, at the
risk of his life, but the men were .
crushed before he reached them.
O'Neill is a former mayor of Tucson.
Several horses and mules were
drowned while swimming ashore
through the surf.
General Garcia^s army of 4.000 men
is to be conveyed by transports from
_j Aeederros and landed at Baiquiri to-
morrow, to join the 1.200 men under
General Castillo and co-operate with
the American troops.
I he movement to-day almost amounts
to a change of base. A brisk musket-
ry fire was heard in the direction of
Savilla as. the dispatch -boat left at
RAN FROM i HE POLICE.
An American Skipper's Story of the
New York June 25.—The American
brig A root cf Machlas, Maine, arrived
here to-day from Monte Cristo, Santo
Domingo. Her commander, Captain
Gates, reported that while the Arcot
was at Santo Domingo, Jiminiez landed
his filibustering party.
Captain Gates said of Jiminez: "I
was consigned to him and the authori-
ties were going to give me a lot of
trouble, but we managed to adjust
matters. Jiminez landed, attacked the
governor's house and took him by sur-
prise, matting him a prisoner. There
were only twelve men .landed. The
gendarmes awoke and chased Jiminez
to the beach, where he embarked in a
boat, which his men were not able to
manage. 1 he soldiers peppered them
from shore, wouhding several. Some
were captured and executed. One man
who came aboard the Arcot had five
bullet wounds. Jiminez vamoosed,
and they could not find him."
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