The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1899 Page: 3 of 8
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THE CHANDLER NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1899.
For next 30 Days of
5 Ladies' Plush Capes,
fur trimmed, wortij §7.50
4 Ladies' Plush Cap* s,
iur trimmed, worth $").5H
2 Ladies' Plush Capes
fur trimmed, worth $5.00
2 Ladies' Jackets (black)
worth $7.50, going at
>1 Ladies' Jackets, worth
$5.50, going at
The above are at loss
than cost. Not old
styles, but this sea-
son's goods and up-
All our Men's $13 and
$10 Suits going at
All our Men's $8.50 ami
$7.50 Suits going at
We have only a few
overcoats left, which
you can get at your
j u1 i i i i' •
I I EMS.
Visit Calvin's line barber shop.
Meals at all hours at Young's Cafe.
J. L. Meeker was up from Clifton
] Go to Young's Cafe for short order
Owens & Co. will sell 1(5 bars of
good soap for 25 cents.
The News wants a dozen loads of
wood on subscription.
Dunn sells corn, 'lav and chop feed
at Gormley's old stand.
Taxes to the amount of $20,434.31
were paid during January.
The best of everyting at Deacon &
Ulam's and they sell the most.
J. C. Fletcher & Co. are agents for
Thd News has chattel mortgages, j
blank notes, etc.. for sale.
J. C. Fletcher «!t Co.are agents for the :
popular White sewing machine.
White sewing machine.
Go to Dunn's new grocery at tiorm- |
ley's old stand for cheap groceries.
Sunday, Feb. 12, will be the anni-
versary of Abraham Lincoln's birth-
j. The finest line of China can be
found at Gott's furniture store for the
j least money.
Deacon <fc Ulani sell the must goods
for the money. Remember the name
| when you go to buy.
n. W. Jones, of Ft. Smith, repres-
enting a wholesale lumber company,
i was in town Tuesday.
i Come and see the carloads of new
goods which I have just unloaded.
J. F. Collar, the implement man.
"Squirrel Brand" canned goods —
■ the finest ever brought to Chandler.
1 Look out for th"in at • Deacon it
Typhoid fever and all kindred a i 1 -
! merits prevented and cured by the use
1 of Beggs' Little Giant Fills. We keep
i them. A. D. Wright.
Pres. Murdaugh had pornised to tie
I Jjere -turday and address the teachers'
I association but owing to circumstances
was asked to wait until the 18th.
I! \ val t))"e. in \. ill ... j in Sunday
at 51. f. Church, Rev. s C Strattah,
j evangelist from Iowa, to assist. All
are invited. J. E Gray, Pastor.
.T. C. Fletcher & Co. have a supply
of the White sewing machines. They
are in hatadgotne cases and are tin-
best machines made. Every woman
! should see them.
I Business is brisk in the register's
office about twenty farms and a small
number of lots changed hands last
week, while about two hundred chattel
mortgages were recorded.
I Houskeeeper WantedMiddle-.
aged \Vliite woman preferred. Will
give good, permanent home to the
right person. Address Mrs. J. W.
| Scott, (Clifton, Okla.
The Fletcher building is being let I
down to grade this week. Deacon &
Ulam are temporarily sheltered in the
building north of Collar's store and
the Fletcher hardware stock is stored
, in the warehouse back of the store.
Dunn's cheap cash grocery just
opened at Gormleys old stand, corner
of 13th street and Manvel avenue.
Everything fresh and prices right.
Call and see us when in town, we
think we can interest you. Goods as
cheap or cheaper than than any place
Call and see the holiday goods at
1 John Gotl's. He sells the cheapest
N. Razey, of the Srack & Kazey
meat market, has sold his irterest to I
House for Bent—On Ninth street
and Manvel avenue. Enquire at
Miss Cora J. Maekey has been en-
gaged to teach the school in Dist. (12,
east of ('handler.
Will someone who is long on wood
and short on money bring the News
wood on subscription.
Miss Blanche Hicklin, of District
48, will be one of the contestants in
the declamatory contest of March 24.
Everybody is now going to Dunn's
new cash grocery, because he has a
fresh stock of goods and sells them
Go to I. N. Hall new grocery store
I at the north end if you are wanting
fresh groceries, tinware or school
j supplies. 0
It is said that the Oklahoma bat-
i taiion will be mustered out Feb. lit
! They have turned their arms over to
i the government.
Those wanting to get cheap money
should call to see me before making
loans elsewhere, 1 have lots of money
to loan on unimproved farms. Bates
are the best that are being made. No
delay in getting money. Loans made
from one to five years, with privilege
of paving principal at any timtvafter
J. VV. Dauron.
Deputy District Clerk.
Why? Do you complain of indiges
tion, constipation and liver ills, when
Beggs' Little Giant Fills are within
such easy reach They are today
without a superior, do not grip or
gripe, and can be relied upon to effect
a speedy cure when all others are
without the least avail. He sure and
ask for '"Beggs". Take no substitute.
For sale by A. I). Wright.
Notice of .Special Meeting of
Board of Commissioners.
By authority of law vested in nit
I, J. B. Underwood, county clerk in
and for Lincoln county, Oklahoma
territory, do hereby fill 1 a special
mseting of the board of county com-
missioners of Lincoln county, to hp
held in my office at 10 o'clc ck a. in.,
on the 14th day of February, v. 1).
18!)!), for the purpose of appointin
election inspectors for the .^pec
election to be held in the Seventh
representative district on the 21st day
of February. A. D. 1899.
Given unuei my hand and seal of
office. this 1st day of February, 181)9
J. B. Underwood,
f seal. 1 County Clerk.
Harry Gilstap proves the effieienc;-
of newspaper men in legislative cleri-
cal position, eve y day. He is an in-
| eessant worker and a friend to the
Highest Honors—World's Fal ,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Colonel Eldridge has si son at Ma
nila. a member of the First California: j
consequently he anxiously awaits the j
news of the. engagements of the Ameri-
Beggs' Hair Retiewer. the old reli-
able hair Restorer and Invigorated,
for over thirty years the leader in its
line. If you give it- a trial you will
recommend it to vour friends. Sold
by A. D. Wright.
Considerable ice is betng stored as
a result of the extreme cold weather.
It is of a fine quality and ranges in
thickness from five to eight, inches. ■
G. W. Schlegel, Srack & Kazey, and
others have taken advantage of the,
A Pare Grape Cream of Tartar Powfe*
40 YEARS THE STANDARD^
Are made of the purest rnatorulj obtainable, and the greatest
care is exercised in their manufacture They can be
used with the greatest confidence both as
regards efficiency and purity.
Our new Spring Line
of Ladies' and Men's
Fine Shoes. Latest
novelties for coming
season. Come and
see them and the low
prices we make on
THE NEW YORK
The A. F. Bacon school land lease,
seven miles southeast of town, is for 1
sale. This is fine bottom land, 32
acres in cultivation, good house, barn
| fences, and orchard. Terms reason-
able. will take good team, wagon and
harness and one or two good cows, j
Inquire at this office.
For external piles, cuts burns, and
bruises, old sores, eczema, and all |
j skin diseases, Beggs' German Salve
; stands today without a peer. It is an
old reliable remedy, and if used freely
wounds will heal without a scar. Be
careful to get "Beggs" and be sure
of a speedy cure. For sale by A I).
Besides having an elegant line <>f
jewelry to choose from, J. B. Kent
has the catalogue of the great jewelry
house of Mermod, Jaeeard & Co., St.
Louis, on his counter, and he can sell
you anything they list at their own
prices It will pay you to see him ii
you want anything in jewelry.
Quick Relief Headache Wafers,
Will relieve the worst case of Sick and Nervous Head-
ache and Neuralgia. Contains no Opium or Mor-
phine. 3 doses 10 cents.
Quick Relief Cold Cure.
( laxative. )
A positive cure for Grippe, Coughs, Colds, Fever and
Malaria, lfl doses 15 cents. Does not make the
Quick'Relief Cold in Head & Catarrh Cure.
Will clear the Head instantly. Relieves Hay Fever
and Catarrh. Bottle of Powder and Class Powder
Blower, 50 doses, 25 cents.
See that our Trade Mark appears on all our goods.
QUICK RELIEF REMEDY Co.
New Yohk. St. Louis.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1899, newspaper, February 10, 1899; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115414/m1/3/: accessed July 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.