The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1900 Page: 3 of 10
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THE CHANDLER NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900.
Roll of Honor.
The following friends of The
News have remembered us by
paying on subscription since our
K. H. Chapel, Harvey.
T. i). Craddock, Wellston.
"M. H. tleeves,, Chandler.
John Parker, Chandler.
W. A. Hedrick, Joplin, Mo.
Fred Gum, Perry,
Mrs. Nellie Irvine, Parkland,
(i. A. Robertson, Parkland.
G. W. Greathouse, Chandler.
J. B. McFarland, Chandler.
H H. Jones, Eureka, Kans.
Charles Adams, Arlington. ■
A. Ketchum, Oklahoma City.
Robert Morrison, Chandler.
E. L). Brower, Chandler.
J. B. Lincoln, Chandler.
Thomas Robinson, Ipava,
.T A L'nton, Chandler.
H. F Cooper, ('handler.
W. .T. Weaver. Chandler.
S. H Ceatty. Wellston.
G. W. Davis, Wellston.
James McBride, Shawnee.
I. (' Pearce, Nora
J. W. Jennings, Wellston.
J. C Pringey, Harvey.
Charles Hunt, Chandler.
K. Shaw. Rossville.
B. T. McCall, Handley.
(ieo. <'astellar. Baker.
David Siefert, Stroud.
A. K. Oarpanter, Stroud.
O. A. Kalka, Chandler
S. Winkelman, Chandler.
F. D Satterlee, Anvil.
W. A. BldVkwcll, Wright.
D. H. Carnes, Handley.
E. (i. Keck. Carney.
The Best of All
Of the many pretty calendars
for 1900, the "Little Sweethearts
Art Calendar" is the best for the
home. Its six sections of bright,
pretty children's faces will cheer
and gladden any household.
There are six beautiful groups,
in water-color designs, by Prances
Brundage, the famous painter of
children; each group in twelve
colors, and size 10x12$ inches, on
tine Whatman paper; bound to-
gether at top with silk ribbon,
making the prettiest and most
artistic collection of water-color I
reproduction ever issued. Each J
of the six sheets contains two
months'dates, being a complete
calendar of the year 11*00. This
calendar is sent free to all sub-
scribers to Prank Leslie's Popu-
lar Monthly for 1900, the giant'
of the one-dollar magazines,
together with the Novemb* r and
December numbers, 1899 or the
January and February issues,
1900—Frank Leslie Publishing
House, 111-113 Fifth avenue, N. Y.
Biliousness and constipation
are seeds out of which spring
many of the serious disorders
that afflict the human body.
Sound judgment would demand
the immediate removal of this
condition before it develops
something more troublesome and
difficult to cure. Prickly Ash
Bitters is a reliable cure for
constipation and disorders of a
similar character. It not only
thoroughly empties and purifies
the bowels, but strengthens the
bowel channels and regulates
the liver and stomach, hence it
performs a radical cure Sold
by A. D. Wright.
We Are Going: to Do Things Up Right! 5
A New Store
Should Have New
We do not care how much our present stock cost us. If we
succeed in making a clean sweep we fully realize that every great
value we give the people in this sale is going to make many new
friends for us and is the best and most piactical advertisment for
the new store that we can think of.
The prices we have named here tell but half the story, you must
see the goods to fully appreciate their real value. Remember, every
day we are creating new lots and marking down the prices still
lower than before. The careful thoughtful buyer will take advan-
* • tage of this sale and la,y in i supply.
Dress Goods Removal.
15 pieces of ;'>H-in. two-toned novel-
ties, colors blue and black, red,
brown and black. Equal to any
50c values, sale price, per yard... .
10 pieces of novelty dress goods in
plain colors, well worth 25c per
yard, for i!0 days only, per yd
Heavy mattress ticking. Usually sold
for 10c, removal sale price, per yd.
600 yards of heavy outing flannel,
such as our competitors sell for
and removal sale price
lot of ladies' underskirts, black or
fancy, with dust ruffle, cheap at
■¥ 1 50, removal sale price
1 lot of Ladies' line Jackets, prices
ranginir from *:•! 50 to. *-1 ">0, will
closc them out for the next thirty
1 lo< of Ladies' all woolen Hose, usu-
ally sold for 30c a pair, removal
Shoe Removal Sale.
Men's tine shoes, in lace and con-
gress, sold all over for $2.00, re-
Ladies' fine vici kid*shoes, in lace or
buttons, sold elsewhere for su,
our removal price
Men's hub gore oil grain conuresj
shoes, worth 1.85
Infants' shoes, all sizes, sold by othei
stores for 25 cents a pair, our price.
Ladies' tine dress shoes-, same as out
competitors sell for 1.50, our price
Men's. Clothing Remov I S
I lot of men's working suits, usually
sold for Mi, our price
1 lot of men's all woolen suits, in
round or square cut sold by our
competitor.-, for *12 o0, removal
Men's tine dress pants, Star make, al
sizes, others sell for 2.00, out price
Men's tine dress .shirts, sold all over
♦ for iS9 cents, our price
Men's fine feece-lined underwear, us-
ually sold fur 1.50 per suit, our price
Gott, the furniture dealer, is
now located at Carton's old
stand with an immense stock of
goods at very low prices.
Three Doors North of Postoffice. Will Remove to
Clapp Buiding, Cor. Hanvel Ave. and nth.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1900, newspaper, March 2, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115914/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.