The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1901 Page: 9 of 18
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riiE (jhandlisk NEWfc, THURSDAY, Al ' it S I' l'-_\
Special Correspondence to The News.
C. G. Beaman and family of Midlothian
were visiting at J.W. Allenhaugh's Sunday.
R. Walk and family, of Day county, arriv-
ed last week and report corn cooked by
T. S. Rice arrived Friday from Enid
where he had been attending the Grand
Lodge of the A. 0. U. W.
Rev. Bean, of Arkansas, a Freewill Bap-
tist, has been holding meetings at the school
house for the past few days.
Jo ■ Beaman arrived from Uniontown,
Kansas, last week and is visiting his brother
Charles. He reports no crops there.
Our boys went over and played the Mid-
lothian team. We understand that Mills
won the game but did not learn the score.
Clifton came up last Saturday, expecting
to cover themselves with glory on our ball
diamond, but the score was 14 to 19 in fajror
of th? Mills boys.
Some miscreant went into Mr. Elliott's
pasture last Sunday night and badly muti-
lated in? of his horses. We hope that he
will be caught and punished to the full ex-
tent of the law.
Forest lodge, No. 55, A. O. U. W. will
celebrate its first anniversary with a picn c
to be given September 28th, 1901, one-half
mile north and one mile west of Mills. The
Grand Master Workman and several other
prominent members,of the order will be
present. Everybody is invited to attend
with their baskets well filled.
Special Correspondence to The News.
Some of t^e farmers have begun picking
The farmers have most of the ground
plowed for fall wheat.
Miss Mabel .Welsh has returned from
Guthrie, where she has been visiting with
The surveyors are around straightening
up the line. They are all well pleased* with
. their work.
Mark Wilson has returned from Norman
where he has been visiting his father for
Nothing adds more to vigor of body and
cheerfulness of mind, or aids so well in
chasing away the lines ofworry and care
from the weary brow, as good, sound, re-
freshing sleep. But when the gray matter
of the brain has been robbed of its vitality
and constructive strength by weak, worn-
out and exhausted nerves, sleep gives way
to rcslless tossing and long hours of fever-
ish distress. Do you want a good sleep?
You can get it if you go about it right.
"For six months I had not slept on an
average of more than three hours a day.
Although I had been doctoring with physi-
cians at home and abroad, and had tried
many kinds of patent medicines, I did not
seem to improve. Dr. Miles' Nervine
brought me sound sleep 1he first night.
AJy appetite and digestion improved, the
nervousness disappeared and in a fo\^
weeks I was restored to health."
Geo. C. Cock, Kinderhook, Ills.
Relaxes the strain on the excited nerves and gives the repair shops of the brain a chance to
make good the damage of the waking hours. It is a great brain-food and nerve-builder.
Sold by ail druggists on a guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co., F.lkhart, IncS,
Special Corrt^pondenc • to The News:
1 A Rathbone Sisters' lodge is being or-
ganized at Oklahoma City.
Wm. Maston and wife are visiting with
friends at Rossville.
Ton itory of < >i;lalioma, -
Lincoln count y. I
In justices eonrtbefore Frank West, jusi ice
of tin- pence, of itsiitce township in said county
Special Correspondence to The News. |
M. P. Anderson is working for J. E.
Brown in the saloon. , mci.uo 0
C. L. Taylor is over on Hiliby creek, in | J. H. Willard nas returned from Alex, I.
the Creek nation, putting up.hay. T., where he has been visiting his triends.
Mrs. Francis Witt, of Dale, is visiting .George Miller returned from Kansas last j and ^rltory
her son, J. W. Witt, at this place. Friday where he has been visitmg his broth- j W. Miner, p .
, . 0 er. Dally Hudson, defendant •
J. A. McLaughlin has superseded bam o The'above named defendant will t ake notice
Cauthron at Dr Davis' drug store. C. E. Laeky returned home from the new tliat. lie has been sued by l> W. Miller in said
• country Saturday where he located his court ami that, the object of said suit is to
Don Stansel was down from Stroud and homestea(j foreclose a lien Hr feed and caYc i : ,
. _ a „ ~ , , , . nomesieau. mare 3 vears old from January lwiii to uu;
started Barrett of Graham s machinery. The dance at Mr. Goodell's Thursday present time and thai ihe amount claimed is
J. A. McLaughlin and .T. M. Woolf made night Vas well atttended and everybody re
a business trip to Chandler last week. ports an ^njoyabe time.
C. C. Cruger has finished the#well at the The colored people of this vicinity
WINF OF CARDUI
hna brought permanent relief to n mil-
lion snffarinsf woniwn who were on Mioir
wn.y to prematura graves. Mrs. Mitchell
was fast declining in health, when Wine
of Cardui performed a "wonderful cure"
in her rase. Sho suffered with tho ago
nies of falling of the womb, leueorrhflia
and profusa menstruation The wpekly
appaarane« of the mensesfor months
s ipp<*d h^r vitality until shn w,aH a phys-
ical wreck Her nervous system gave
way. Then r.amo tho trial of Wine of
Cardui snd tho cura Mrs Mitchell's
experience ought to command Wine of
Cardui to suffering woman in words of
burning alf unative
is within tho r^noh of all Women who
trv it are relieved. your druggist,
for a $1 bottle of Wineof f'ardui, and do
not (hIto a substitute if tendered you
Mri Willie Mitrhpll. South ( nnton, N. C.s
"Vine of r-irrtni nncl Thedford's Itlark-
Drought p« rforn>crt a mlr*ieiilou« euro
In tii y ense. I had been n uraat sufferer
*' itti f illing of the womb snd leucorrhma,
nnd mv tnensps carrto * vory wecit for two
tiinMth* md wore vnry ptiinful. My hus-
b'lnd iiidueod me to try Wine of Cardnt
•i(id HI fk Hrniitfht. nnd n< v the l«aoor
rh'iia h«8 disftppeurMd. and I um rMMiffid t .
ti Tfoft henlt.h "
Tti enses rennirlnff apoHal
rliip< tinti8, nddrcss, giving
Fvni|itonis. "The l,adieR' Ad
v-sitry |)epartun-iil." Th«*
('lialtariotmn M«di<'inc (Jo
Cliallanoog t Tenn.
school house and there is p'enty of water
Prof. G. A. Brown is holding a series of
meetings at Guild and reports a good
On the evening of the*14th G. W. Wall-
dren and Miss OUie Cowen were united in
marriage by Prof. Stevens.
Our school is progressing nicely. Three
more weeks of school and there will be a
vacation until cotton is picked.
Married At the hoijc of the bride
! on the evening of Aug. 14, Edgar H. Mc-
Creary and Miss Lula Brown.
Dr. W. B. Davis is buying and cutting
al! the corn lie can get. Dr. Davis does
not denend altogether on the pill bags for i
his supplies. *
The surveyors will be at Mr. Bryant's =
place Monday to survey out a new ttfwn-
siie ll his will be on the suwry of lt< Ft.
Smith & Western.
Dr. Ellis, "of Chandler, was here Satur-
day, and as a result of his visit parties who
were running hog ranches in town have j
moved their pig pens out the city.
James F. Jeffris, of Lambdin, was in
town Friday and tells, us he and J. W.
Brashears are going to move their business
one and one-half miies on Ceo. W. Bryant s
farm and start a new town.
E. Merritt of Chicago has been canvas-
ing our township in view of a railroad.
He finds in North Creek, township 7150
acres of land in cultivation and our town-
ship is only 5 1-4 miles east and west. ,
Probate Judge's Office.
The following marriage licenses have
been issued by Judge Cordell since our last
Francis W. Matlock, aged 24, and Ida
Fulkerson, aged 19, both of Chandler.
Married by Judge Cordell.
Plummer Sweet, of Chandler, aged 20,
and Ora Lee Dale, of Davenport, aged 18.
Ice cream will be served by the Baptist
ladies next Thursday night at the opera
Sixty dollars and costs of suit and thai said
cause will lie heard in .said court on the -lid
da . of September at my oltloc ill said town-
ship. Said property beiiur now on plaintiffs
are farm in Osaue township Lincoln county Okh.-
holding a protracted meeting at the Brown homa territory. ^ W|Sr
church one and one-half miles northwest of Justice of the Peace,
here. Dated August III, 1901
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t Standard Sleepers:" Cafe Dining Cars; Parlor (Jars
with Observation Platfoi'in^.
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Gilstrap, H. B. The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1901, newspaper, August 22, 1901; Chandler, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117410/m1/9/: accessed February 17, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.