The Chandler Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, October 11, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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New dress goods just arrived at
Judge Allison was at Alva the tirst
of the week.
Battenberg braid, rings, and thread
at Chipley Bros.
J. M. Hale returned from Lawton
The Elks' carnival has kept Guthrie
in a whirl of gaiety this week.
Headquarters for farm loans.
Money always ready. A. E. Ross
L. G. Benedict returned yesterday
from Lawton where he filed on a claim.
WANTED—A girl *to learn the
cigar makers trade. J. Bart Foster.
The county commissioners expect to
complete the work of the regular ses-
Buy goods of Chipley Bros, and se-
cure coupons on their $75.00 premium
Mat Duhr was at work on the Tri"
bnne this week while the editor was
out of town.
WANTED—A girl to do general
house work. Apply at the Boston
W. S. Carnahan moved the first of
the week from Parkland to his new
home in East Chandler.
I have made a specialty of farm
loans for years. Come and see me.
A. E. Ross.
G. D. Doud, representing Dun's
Mercantile Agency, was in the city
J. M. Littleton and E. D. Phillips
are up from Clifton today. Mr. Phil-
lips is making final proof on his claim.
To Exchange—A well improved
School Lease and Cash for Lincoln
M. C. Handley.
I am still in the jewelry business.
All statements or insinuations to the
contrary are false.
J. B. Kent.
Miss Keegan's kindergarten opened
Monday, September 30, in the armo-
ry, She has a good enrollment of
bright little tots.
If you wish to sell or trade your
land or to make a farm loan it will
pay you to see J. S. Hopping, Clapp
The county commissioners let the
contract Tuesday for the construction
of thirteen steel bridges to the Leav-
enworth Bridge and Iron Company
FOR SALE—A pair of 6 column
quarto welded steel chases. Price,
$10.00, f. o. b. Chandler. Address
V. V. Hardcastle, son of Captain
Hardeastle of this city, is the candi-
date for city attorney of Anadarko on
the democratic ticket.
What cures and keeps you free from
siek headache' Why, Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. Sold by Corbin and
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, Va.,
druggist, writes: ''Your One Minute
Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction
My customers say it is the best remedy
for coughs, colds, throat and lung
troubles. A. D. Wright.
All the two dollar shoes go at $1.50.
Seeing is believing: come and pee. J.
W. Feuquay & Co.
That's the truth, that the shoes at the
closing out sale atFeuquay's are sell-
ing at and below cost.
PRETTY TOUGH TO SCRATCH
for a living and relief also, Hunt's
Cure will cure you of itch, tetter, ring-
worm, itching piles, eczema. Guar-
anteed by all dealers. All druggists.
If you are from Missouri J. W.
Feuquay & Co., will take pleasure in
| sighting you that their shoes are bar-
"In deLan'ob de Free," which we
print in another column, is from tha
pen of a local writer, but we were not
sure whether she was willing for us to
wive her name or not.
The New York Hardware Store will
sell you a six-hole range with reser-
I voir and high closet for $25.00.
If you hurry you can get a dollar
' and fifty cent shoe for $1.10 at J. W.
Feuquay & Co's. closing out sale.
Sherifl Tilghman left Wednesday for
Lansing with the eight prisoners sen-
tenced at the recent term of court. \\
L. Lane of Arlington accompanied
It is rumored that we are to have a
fast train soon which, leaving here in
the evening, will reach Kansas ( ity
the next morning
Save this paper, bring it with you
to the Log Rollihg and present it at
W. B. Frrnk's store. It means cash
in your pocket. See his ad.
The button manufacturers have
formed a combine and will proceed to
press the button—the public will do
W. B. Frafik makes a grand dis-
count offer for the two days of the
Log Rolling. Don't forget to bring
the Publicist with you to secure the
There will be free attractions on the
streets each day of the Log Rolling,
consisting of jubilee singers, band
concerts, sports and contests of vari-
All kinds of clocks at Kent's. New
Haven, 8 day, strike and alarm, (Cu-
nard Line) $2.25 Gilbert's, 8 day,
strike and alarm, $4.50. St. Thomas,
8 day, strike and alarm,$5.00.
We are still going to sell groceries
and queensware but are sure going to
close out our big shoe stock. .1. W.
Feuquay & Co.
All the shoes go at the same great
discount and you can buy bran and
ihorts cheaper of J. W Feuquay ^ Co.
than any other place in town.
The Modern Woodman band of
Tonkawa, and the cornet band of Ed-
mond. two of the best bands in Okla-
homa. will assist in furnishing music
for the Log Rolling.
HOPE AND WISDOM
both are contained in Cheatham's
Laxative Chill Tablets. Try them.
25 cents. No cure—no pay. All
From all reports Chandler will have
the biggest crowd during the Wood-
men's Log Rolling that has ever been
seen in the town. Don't forget the
date, Wednesday and Thursday, Oc
tober Hi and IT.
The Frisco sold 125 tickets to Okla
homa City, Tuesday, Ringling day
Two heavily loaded excursion trains
went through in the morning and a
number of people took the afternoon
train for the show in the evening.
With every $1.00 cash purchase at
the Diamond Front grocery a free
ticket to the merry-go-round will be
given. This offer takes effect Monday
September 30 and continues through-
out the week. R. B. Holland.
Time for tiling under the rules gov-
erning the opening of the new country
expired Monday and thousands crowd-
ed into the land offices for a chance to
flit on the few hundred worthless
The grand jury reported the qpunt.v
jail to be unsafe and recommended
that the county build a new one.
Judge Burford directed the county
commissioners to comply with the re-
commendations of the grand jury.
When in need of the services of a
tinner or plumber give the Chandler
Hardware Co. a call.
See Frisco Line agent lor cheap ratei
to Oregon, Utah. Idaho, Montana, Wash-
ington and California points
The New York Hardware Store will
sell you a six-hole range with reser-
voir and high closet for $25.00.
Call a' the Loan. Abstract and Insur-
ance Agency of Hoover and Kanaka for
anything in their line
Coming—A large stock of fine
queensware and we must have room
for it. Shoes must go. J. W. Feu-
quay & Co.
Lewis Ockermnn, Goshen, Ind:
• De Witt's Little Early Risers never
bend me double like other pills, but
do their work, thoroughly and make
tne feel like a boy." Certain, thor-
ough, gentle. A. D. Wright.
We have seen the t rail infant when
the faint struggle fur existence seemed
almost end'd resuscitated and made
strong by the use of White's Cream
Vermifuge. Price 25 cents. A. 1).
Corn-huskers spraineu wiists. barb-
ed wire cuts, burns, bruises, severe
lacerations and external injuries of
nnv kind are promptly mid happily I
cured by applying Ballard's Snow Lin
irnent. Price 25 and 50 cents. A. D.
One of the interesting features of the |
Woodmen's Log Rolling will be the
Forester Team drill contest, in which
all teams in Oklahoma and Indian ter-
ritory, except Chandler, may contest
for gold and silver medals.
A "stitch in time saves nine." and a
dose of Ballard's Horehound Syrup at
the beginning of a cold will save you
many weary hours and even days of
distressing and harassing cough.
Price 25 and 50 cents. A. D. Wright.
Thos. B.Cull, who has been visit-
ihg his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Cull, has returned to St. Louis where
he is attending college.
O. D. Fairbanks was up from Ar-
lington Tuesday. Mr. Fairbanks has
lately located in this county, having
come here from Brighton, Mich. He
is an enthusiastic amateur photogra-
pher and does some very fine work.
Mrs. Ed Langston was badly burn-
ed about the arms and shoulders
Wednesday evening as she was light-
ing a fire. 'The kindling was slow I
about igniting and she was putting on j
more shavings when the blaze sudden-1
ly flared up and caught her sleeve.
Fortunately she had enough presence
of mind not to rush out into the breeze
and succeeded in smothering the blaze
but not until it had run around her
shoulders and down the other arm.
4? * CARPETS * *
We have on display an elegant assortment
of Furniture and Carpets, which we are of-
fering for the next thirty days at prices that
must interest anyone looking for bargains in
our line. ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦*
THIS INCLUDES the first three CHr-loads of a consignment
which we have bought at pri-es wl:ich cannot be duplicated
by the largest buyers in our line. In buying in these quan-
tities it enables us to place before i he people of Chandler and :he
Territory tributary, goods at prices which defy competition. We
would like to call your attention to our hue of it few seasonable
specialties, such as rugs, linoleums, portiers and lace curtains.
To demonstrate the above assertion, we quote the following
prices on our all wool carpets, made, laid and fitted by the best
expert workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed.
Best all wool Kirklans
65c per yard
40c per yard
15c per yard
Undertaking and embalming special attention
Chandler Furniture Co.
•TMitHiuWiB t :t sur:
A PERILOUS LEAP
From Pike's Peak, 14,131 feet, will not j
cure softening of the brain, but a 25 j
cent box of Cheatham's Laxative Chill
Tablets will cure chills. No cure—no !
pay. All druggists.
(First published October 4,1901.)
Territory of Oklahoma, Lincoln County, hh.
Notice 1r hereby tflven that on tin* lind
<lnv of October. A. 1). 1901, one Jamen
I>«*iil a| j fiire<I before me ami mn«le iiftl j
davit of the taking up of the following «ie-
ncribed eHtray*: One black how, weight 'J.'o
ibn. *llt in right ear, white spot on left nl«le
of none. The residence of Maid taker up in,
on the ne ^quarter of Hcetoln h, town- i
Hhlp 11. range i e. That hln poMtoftice I
RildreMH Im Chandler. Okln. That the?«ame I
was taken up on the 16th day of September
a. i> 10o1.
WitneHH my hand and Heal the 2nd day of
October A. I>. 1901
II. K. 8TKAI OHEN,
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The militia boys went to Perry
Wednesday to participate in the terri-
torial encampment, Lieutenant George
Wray was in command, his superior
officers having gone on several days
ahead to make arrangements for
Walter Olds returned today from
Asher. He is much pleased with the
town and will start a paper there at
once. Mr. Olds is a hustling newspa-
per man and we wish him success in
his new venture.
Private money. Individual money.
Eastern money. Money always ready
and paid out as soon as papers are signed
No sending off forexaininer. Any amount
No delay. Let me tell you what I can
do. Write or call.
A. E. ROSS, Chandler, Okla.,
HOFFMAN. CHARLES 3 CONKLIN
Exchange and Co"lection6 a Specialty.
Do a General BanVng Business.
The 5 Minute Breakfast Food.
Purina health Flour
jt Dikes j*
Purina Mill* St Louis, flo.
Nearly everybody knows this,
but mnny peoyle think our busi-
ness is confined to putting up
prescriptions and vending drugs.
It is true that we give special
attention to these things—we
are leaders in fact—but there
are other ways in which we can
serve you. Among these are
the preparation of artless for
Domestic and Industrial use,
such as Inks, StainsJ Yarnisves
Disinfectants, Toilet Articles,
, Cleaning Compounds, Flavoring
Extracts, Dyes, Cement, "Pol-
ishes, Insecticides, Condition
We have hundreds of tested re-
cipes for making such articles,
and will lie pleased to make an
estimate on tilling any that you
Corbin & Lynch
:s doors north oj otlice.
BAD STATE FOR TRAMPS.
K dm* Farmer*' Method of bearing
Uamdi lor Harvest Work U
There is a positive dearth of hands
for the wheat harvest in Kansas, and
a posse is at once sent after every
tramp who is incautious enough to
enter the state. The old farmers
watch every train that passes
through their sections for help.
They assemble in squads at the depot
each morning' and evening, and when
the trains atop they dash through
them looking for people who want to
work. It is a great scramble at near-
ly every station in the wheat belt,
says the Kansas City Journal. The
rush reminds one of a football game
between two college teams. Out in
l'ratt county every train is stopped
by the farmers and searched for la-
borers. If a man is on the bumpers
he is dragged off and put to work.
In order to be sure that the imported
harvest hands do not leave under
cover of darkness, the old farmer
puts his regular hired man on guard
with a Winchester. The work of sav-
ing the big crop is a serious problem
with the farmers, and they are not
taking any chances.
Women and children are also being
drafted into service. They usually
run the binders. On every hand can
be seen a woman driving from three
to four horses to a self binder, while
the old men and the children are
shocking the sheaves. The rush of
work will not end with the cutting of
the wh«at. The thrashing is yet to
do, and it takes almost as many
hands to thrash a crop as it does to
ASKS LOAN OR HIS HONOR.
I£mt>arruaae<1 Selon of Mottle Freneh
Fuutil; Wrltbi to Nancy 11. Irv-
ing Aaktoa for *100,000.
Jules I.eche, of Annonay, Prance,
who Bays he is of a noble family,
but is now in straitened circum-
stances, lias written to Nancy B. Irv-
ing, thinking that if she would give
fl.OOO for an honest man she surely
would loan so deserving a person as
himself $100,000 "on his Ivnnor." He
signed himself "Votre lieconnaissant
"I have read, madam,** wrote M.
Ix'che, "that you iH>« «Mis a large for-
tune, and that you are exceedingly
kind and extremely generous. 1 ask
you to be my protector, ami accord
to me your strong and helpful aid
finanoiaJly by a loan, on my honor,
of the sum of 9100,000. This sum
would be to me the greatest joy, as
it would permit me to emerge from
the present financial sinharrasMiMMit
in which I find myself.
"The Credit Lyonnais and the Ro-
ciete Oanerale each have a corre-
spondent in Chicago. You will be
able to have cheque sent to me by
either of these establishments. Be-
ing free of harassing creditors, who
pursue me incessantly, I will be able
to devote myself to work more freely
and arrive at good results. With
good conduct, order, eeonoiny and in-
dustry, I will surely be able to re-
fund you the amount borrowed, at
latest, In ten years. This loan,
madam, will rest solely on mj honor,
t*n which I shall not fail.*'
DON'T BECOME DISCOUUAGED,
but use Simmons' Liver Purifier (tin
box ) Many 'irritations of the origi-
nal. so be careful and see that it's
Purifier and manufactured by the A
C. Simmons Jr. Medicine Company.
WJ. \AJ. R VINER S OIN,
AT REASONABLE RATES
Office in uew building opposite P. O.
VA/ellston, i Oklnhor.it,
A Good Prescription
HOOVER & KANAQA,
Call and See us. Rooms 5-6, Hoffman Bldg
CHANDLER, - • OKLAHOmA.
DeWltt'l Little Early Illsers never
disappoint. They are safe, prompt,
gentle, effective in removing all iinpu-
I lilies from the liver and "bowels
I Small ami easy to take. Never gripe
I or distress. A. D. Wright.
CHAS. E. BILLINGSLEY, JN0. M. HALE
Does a General Hanking Business.
Aggregate Responsibility of Stockholders $100,000.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Cor. Eleventh St, and Mantel Ave,
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