The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1899 Page: 3 of 10

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THE CHANDLER NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 189!).
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Giving Away •;
to our customers. A nice line of Queensware.
Come in and see us if you want to buy
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hals, Caps, and
...Clothins:...
cheap. Every article guaranteed to be worth
what you pay for it: Don't forget the place -
first corner north of Ho if man's Hank.
Hinchey & Ratliff.
A. ID. WEIGHT'S S
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Protracted Meeting.
The board of the Christian l
church has secured Elder F. G. J
Roberts, of Vinita, I. T., to pro-
tract a meeting in Chandler, bo- ■
ginning November 17. This ar-,
rangement is considered a for-'
tunateoue, Mr. Roberts being a 1 the Boston Store.
Smoke Cuban Star.
Smoke Cuban Star.
Smoke Cuban Star.
Smoke Cuban Star.
Smoke Cuban Star.
Best 5c cigar on the market^
All shrewd buyers trade at
preacher of excellent reputation
Services at Chris ian church
Nature can only feed the llame Sunday morning ami evening.
of life with the food eaten which
is digested. Herbine will rein-
vigorate a weak stomach, and so
improve digestion as to insure
the nfttural bloom of health.
Price, 50c.—A. D. Wright.
^ DRUG. STORE,
BOOK AND NEWS DEPOT
Is the place* to tfo'to when you "want lo buy
Drugs, A^sdicines, Paints, Oils Glass
Putty, Wall Pa pgr, School Supplies, Etc. *
* Opposite Hoffman BIock. J
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Capital, $10,000; o stockholdeks
Lincoln County State Bank
I can give you money the day
you prove up. Cheap and quick.
,— M. W. Lynch, Stroud.
In clothing we beat the world,
j Come and see the hot prices we
rpi ,7. n, . „ . , | are making.—Boston Store.
The Vimti Chieftain .was boy- ri
cotted by the banks because 'it1 , 1m),'sai; e* ok Trade.- Three
insited that the cattlemen should TlT"*™?
pay their taxes. I v . "I J Address X,
IN I'j VVS. •
■SlKSJu'S! 1y"r'" l>usi'
™U^,'1Ce "'l"'„e*owne,,®'uld(;att,e-1 tl?fs iin^ CtM-reipuiid o^dal'l.-—
M. W. Lynch, Stroud.
men.
Crowds of people in the Bos
ton Store every day taking ad-
vantage of the big bargain sale.
The towfts that have had cir
fun at those that
OFFICERS.
W. E. Meryditb.
President.
C.P.Rock, Vice Pres.
K. F. Clask. ('ushler.
J. S. Teter.Assistant.
I Does a general banking business.
O co peeial attention given to colleetionso
W. E. Merydith.
E. F. Clark.
J. S. Hopping,
J1 W. Feuquay.
* M. L. Walker.
C.P.Rock, J. W.Tutor.
J. B. Callison,
C. (J. Walker.
PLdSTERINQ £2? KflLSOniNINQ
~ EDGAR HALSTt£AD
Contractor and Practical Workman
All kinds of Plastering, Kalsomining, Cistern Work
and Flue Building. All work guaranteed to be good-
: " ' See him before letting your contract. Cnandler, Oklahoma
Canned
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When you see
i this brand cm .
cuses poke
h aven't.
See that big lino of ladies'
capes and jackets at the Bos'on
Store.
• A correspondent for the New
York Post is writing up Oklaho-
ma.
Go to the big store, the Boston
Store, for bargains in every-
thing.
Party organizations are being
perfected in the Indian territory.
Fine line of carpets and rugs
just received at the Boston Store, j
Dick Plunkett took a band *of
Poncas to the Wichita street fair.
The American Book Co. isget-
ting in its work in the B. I. T.
Seven loaves of bread for 25c
at the Bon Ton bakery.
A free school convention* will
be held at Purcell Dec. 2.
A tiice fresh line of candies at
the Bon Ton bakery.
The season of delinquent tax
lists is now "on."
A beautiful line of neckwear
at the Boston Store.
Bear in mind that the New
York Store carries the best and
largest stock of shoes in Lincoln
county, at lowest prices.
Gott, the furniture dealer, is
now located at Carton's old
stand with an immense stock of
goods at very low prices.
You will lind an up-to-date
stock of dress goods, velvets,
braids, silks, and in fact anything
you need to make thai new dress,
at New York Store.
With every 110 suit purchased
this week at the Boston Store
you will be presented free of
charge with an elegant stem
winding watch, worth *5.
Smoke All Sti ck and No Style
Smoke All Stock and No Style?
. Smoke All Stock and No Style.
Smoke All Stock and No Style.
Smoke All Stock and No Style
.Iust what its name implies.
For all fresh cuts or wounds,
in either the human subject or
in animals, as a dressing, Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment is excel-
lent; while for sores on working
horses, especially if slow to heal,
or suppurating,*its healimr qual-
ities are unequaled. Price 25
and 50c.—A. D. Wright.
You can buy shoe's "t the New
Anything
to Eat,
You may KNOW
That, it is the BEST .
SUPERIOR I [\1 QUALITY! That '' X X l!l': l'l"T 1 ''
REASONABLE 1 IN PRICE. i
First Class
Full Weight
Always Fresh
The above brand or all food products at Deacon &
lJlanj s. Try them once and you will always buy
them. At
Deacon & Ulam's.
York Store cheaper than other
stores can buy them now. They
adies jackets, all kinds, at have a large number of cases of
the Boston Store.
An Oklahoma City man breeds
bloodhounds.
Window shades find oil cloth at
the Boston Store.
The B. I T. has some artistic
press liars.
See Marcus for furniture adn
undertaking.
There is afreight carfamine in
Oklahoma.
Good all-wool suit for 15 at the
I Boston Store.
i he Ryan Record favors incor-
I poration.
Boarders wanted at the Bon
Ton bjikev
I he game law forbids Sunday I
hunting.
Meals at all hours at Young's
Caf<
shoes still left from the big lias-
berry stock which were bought
at 50c* on the dollar; and will be
sold proportionately low. They
are good standard shoes.*
Castor Beans.
i The Chandler Cytton Oil Co.
would like to buy all your castor
beans, at the best market price
Bring them in and get the cash
Money! Money!!
on farms; lowest interest, easy
payments. Call an i see me.
W. Lynch,
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Stroud, (). T
Guitars and Mandolins.
Collar & Arky have added a
fine stock of guitars, mandolins,
and violins to their line of high-
grade instruments, and invite
lovers of music to call and see
I them.

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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1899, newspaper, October 27, 1899; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115439/m1/3/ocr/: accessed April 12, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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