The Chandler Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, May 30, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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Chandler National Bank.
>KN M. HAI.E,
David f. Hopkins,
Vice 1 'resident.
Chas. A. Tiuihman,
INo. e l42
Responsibility of Stockholders $250,000.00.
A HOME C1STITUTIGN
Your business respectfully solicited, the most liberal of treat-
ment uccorde i consistent with conservative and safe banking
.1. K. Cuow, A. K. Wli'K.
IM« i i-uU II SpiH liilty.
; ui| r- ve«) FiiruiM, Timber
mid Fruit Lwnl
Kor Hale ami Trade.
j:KrB KN«i;: Lncbule<'< .
I'.nnk, Hank «>f Lebanon.
Still well, Crow & Co.,
Real Estate Exchange.
Office Over McMillen &
Millsap's Drug Store.
Items of News Sent in by The
Publicist's Regular Staff of
this vicinity Mr. Cole. a cattle
man of Luther, has bought quite a
numlH-r of cattle around hi re. . . .G. C
Jensen is reported to have sold his
farm for t3,500 to Mr. Shaw. .Several
prospective buyers went to Prague
but lots went too high for them
The railroad surveyors of the Ft.
fcmitn & Western were here this week
to cross-section the line but had to
wait until Deep fork subsides. .. ..Mr,
Jensen lays he has negotiated for the
purchase of a ranch in the Flint hiils
in Kansas.... Mrs. Jensen returned
last week from Kansas after an
absence of several months ..1'Hn
Beaman and Win Baker will start
this week for Kansas where they will
operate a threshing machine.... Geo.
Adkins and Jeff Critser went to Chan-
dler Wednesday Mr. Labrue will
build a new residence this summer,
30x3(1 feet and two stories high. . . .The
sheriff made us a visit today getting
witnesses in the Brown vs. Flowers
HOW TO SUOCEED IN BUSINESS
Keep your liver in good condition
by using Simmons' Liver Purifier (tin
box.) It corrects constipation, cures
indigestion, biliousness, stops head
ache, gets your heart in the right
place so you can smile at your neigh-
bor, All druggists.
Mr. Schrieber is building an addi-
tion to his bouse Several of Mr.
Foster's scholars made him a visit
at his home in Chandler Sunday. All
renort a line time Floy Atwell
went to Stroud Wednesday to visit
her sister's school w hich closes Thurs-
day of this week. Miss Vilena will
return with her Rus Goodberry
and M attle Shoop were married May
matter called elasticity Born, to
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stewart, on the
18th, a daughter Petty thieves are
poisoning all the watch dogs in this
community. "Every dog has his day."
A Mr. Carpenter, of Stillwater,
is doing farm work for A. H. Schip-
pcrt Prospects for a big yield of
wheat are splendid Mr. Cowger,
Mr. Denburger and others have bought
new binders We are informed that
the "Katy" will survey down the Dug
Out soon Chas. Culie is agent
for a Cream seperator. We wish him
success Sometime ago the Santa
We have been having too much rain
and wind here, which prevents people
from cultivating their crops and going
to Chandler Deep Fork is three-
fourths of a mile wide Crons look j Fe officials were informed by unknown
well but are washed out in some places 1 parties that if they did not leave $1000
Wm. Nation returned Monday ' a place at a certain time the
from a two weeks' trip through the bridges would be burned, and upon
Creek country Dan Lee and wife
of Arlington visited Mrs. Lee's
father, C. M. Ladd, last Sunday...
W. G. Tibbitt and Mrs. Nation and
familv attended church services uear
Arlington last Sunday The Na-
tion boys were the lirst to cross the
Deep Fork and go to Chandler from
here Thursday after '.lie big rain
W. G. Tibbitt made a business trip
to Chandler Tuesday J Weaber
and wife of Purnell and Grandma
Richardson went to Chandler on busi-
ness Tuesday Dan Eby, Grant
Hlchardson and several others of this
locality had business at the county
seat Tuesday W. A. Keys says
he don't want to see all this water go
to waste, so he is making a pond to
save some of it for dryer weather.
WTe are having plenty of rain in our
vicinity of late There was a mis-
take in the items last week which we
will correct. The compositor mistook
a word. A dance was given at Mas-
tin's instead of Martin's Walter
Ilose is on the sick list Quite a
number of little girls gathered at the
home of Miss Edith Smith to celebrate
her eleventh birthday. They had a
grand time Since B. F. Ambler
has a wife he has sold his new buggy
to J. G. Cansler A number of
our people spent Sunday on Quapaw
They caught several fish and report a
good time W. H. Rackley has been
cutting alfalfa for Frank Collier which
yields two tons to the acre... .There
was an ice ereain supper at .1. B. Mc-
Farland's Tuesday evening The
mail carrier has all kinds of times
getting across Deep Fork. Some-
times he puts the lady passengers on
horseback to keep them dry Our
baseball nine will play Midlothian
Sunday.. ..Mills Is up to date. The
men are beginning to wear shirt
The late rain was a monster, being
one of the largest since the opening.
The Cimaron bridge at Perkins has
been damageJ considerably and is
now condemned. One enthusiastic
neighbor says it rained 14 inches, an-
other says it rained a gallon jug half
full which would be about 50 inches
This reminds us of the property of
the officials not obeying the order one
bridge was saturated with kerosene and
set on lire, but was discovered before
much damage was done and the lire
extinguished. Recently they were
again informed by what was
supposed to be the same parties drop-
ping a letter in one of their depots,
that unless $.">000 was dropped at a
point near Goodnight at the firing of
a winchester the bridge would be burn-
ed. The Santa Fe sent persons sup-
posed to be carrying the money also a
special train of detectives and other
armed officers to intercept those so
much in need of cash but no winches-
ter was on hand. It is supposed that
the would-be robbers learned of the
plan to catch them A lad 10 years
of age ceme to Wm. Anderson's on
the 11th and, after playing with the
small boys a short time told them that
he had lost a pony and was looking
for it. Later the sheriff of Payne
county came in search of the youth,
who had stolen a pony at Stillwater
and ran away several days , before.
The little thief ran and hid in the hay
mow. Some boys were sent in to ask
him his name and when asked he
piled: "My name is Jewell but I have
another name I'll tell you if you won't
tell. Its Frank Wells." Upon the
sheriff telling him to come down that
lie could see htm and that they must
be going, he obeyed. It was learned
that the boy had not had sufficient
parental supervision. Parties who
knew the pony had taken it from him
on the road and returned it to its own-
er Sam Brandon followed the
quack quaker doctor that doctored
him in Chandler, to Stillwater, took
him by the collar and made him hand
over the money that Sam had paid
him. Oklahoma seems to be the quack
doctors' paradise from the raids they
[This department is conducted by
County Supt. E. B. Shotwell.]
Nearly all of our winter schools
The Stroud schools closed last Fri-
day. Miss White and Mrs. Kirtley's
rooms united in the afternoon and
rendered a nice program at the M. E.
church. At the same time Mrs. Har-
rison's pupils joined with Mr. Haw-
din's and rendered a nice program at
the school building.
The Chandler schools close this
week. Friday being Decoration day.
the pupils will take part in the exer-
cises of the day.
The graduation exercises at Stroud
last Friday evening went off very
pleasantly. The graduates of that
section of the county were all present
to receive their diplomas. All were
prepared with the parts assigned them
and executed their parts well. The
opera house, which seats about 400,
was packed to overllowing. Judging
from the interest manifested, Stroud
proud of her schools and of the
achievements of her young students.
We desire that eastern Lincoln county
may furnish as large or a larger class
of graduates next year.
A few districts are having short
The following term reports have
been received since last reported:
The fellow who kicks about dry
weather is still in the same mood uow
that it is too wet It will take
plenty of hard work to subdue the
weeds that grow unmolested just now
Mr. Harding and Mr. Shaw, of
near Hutchinson, Kas.. oldtiuiefriends
of Mr. Labrue, are visiting him this
week and Senator Todd is showing
them around. They will probably
close deals for two or three farms
J. O. LAY, Auctioneer.
Farm Sales A Specialty.
VA7111 Sell Anyihlna Anywhere At Any Time.
ISANK OF HOFFMAM, CHAKI.Kh * ro.NKUN, ' HAMH.KK.
HANK OK niMMKKt'K. NTILI.WATEH.
MANX or HIIM.l Y, MII'KKV. OKI.A.
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hit * been our success In the past, let
us now plun to be even more succe-s-
ful in the future If we have made
mistakes, let u avoid them in the
future. To the young who desire to
enlist in the profession we give a
cheerful greeting. We ask you to
prepare yourselves thoroughly tor
the noble work of teaching The ma-
terial upon which you work is tar
more precious than wood, marble or
pearls, and the finished product .f
vastly greater importance. Let us u 1,
therefore, strive to advance in o r
profession and become (jmilitied to
render the best of service.
WHAT THIN FOLKS NEED
Is a greater power of digesting and
assimilating food. For them Dr.
King's New Life Pills work wonders.
They tone and regulate the digestive
organs, gently expel all poisons from
the system, enrich the blood, improve
appetite, make healthy flesh. Only 2">c
at Wright's Pharmacy.
Statehood will be held up as every
one felt sure it would be. The senate
committee yesterday decided by a vote
of four to six to set no time for con-
sideration of the omnibus bill.
FRO M MONDAY'S DAILY.
P. F. Smith, of Wellston, is in the
city on business.
Prague is to be a division point on
the Ft. Smith & Western.
Prague is located In the heart of the
country that made Shawnee.
G. Y. Walbright of the Stroud
.Messenger is In the city today.
Lou Benedict went to Stillwater yes-
erJay for a weeks visit with friends.
Pete Ulam left yesterday for
Hobart to spend a week with his sister
Mrs. Geo. Mack
The first annual commencement of
the high school will be held at the
assembly room Saturday evening.
Mrs. L. H. Wray left yesterday for
Kansas City to take medical treatment.
She will visit her old home In northern
Missouri before returning.
The contractor who did tha stone
work on the bridge at Soonerville
which went out in the recent Hood has
agreed to replace the piers at no cost
to the county.
Children who are weak, fretful or
troublesome should be given a tew
doses of White's Cream Vermifuge.
They will then become strong, healthy
and active, have rosy cheeks, bright
eyes, will be happy and laughing all
the day long. Price 25 cents. A. D.
Parties returning from Prague are
enthusiasti" J Its praise, as to loca-
tion and natural a ages and say
it is bound to become one of the best
cities in Lincoln county.
Irena Stroud, teacher,
Florence E Bovd
T G Slaughter
E T Hurlbut
W H Burton
W F Tannehill
last reported, certificates to
those who have been neither absent
nor tardy during the term have been
issued as follows:
Dist. 57 — Koss Messner, Flossie
Dist. 54—Grace Lumm, May War-
ren, Floyd Smith, Irl Lumm, Ernest
Burford, Glade Burton. May Zunes,
Kate Benson, Bertie Yarlbrough,Ray
Hockaday, Willie Cathey, Lee Hilde-
brand, Maude Stroud, Ella Whit-
more, Arline Lippert, Maud Lumm,
Skip Benson, Willie Meinecke, Harry-
Robertson, Clara Bowman.
Dist. 63 — Maud Stevens. Russel
Stephens, Cleveland Hobbs, Mabel
McConnell, Jessie Shaffer, Grace
Dist. 1, Chandler —1st grade, Elmo
Flynt: 2d and 3d grade, Eva Reynolds,
Kate Reynolds, Lily Hendon, Lily
Glasscock: 4th grade, Charley Teger-
son, Weaver Holland, Floyd Ogg: 5th
grade, Willie Moore, Grace Mosier,
May Baves: 0th grade, Cyrena Cun-
ningham, Courtland Feuquay, Gail
Stewart, Orah Hinchey, Carlie Berry,
Commencement exerclsee of the A.
M. college at Stillwater will be held
from May 31 to June 3. There are
eighteen in the graduating class. All
departments of the college will be open
for inspection during these exercises.
Commencement exercises of the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma will be held at
Norman from May 80 to June 0. There
are fifteen in the graduating class,
five from the department of arts and
sciences and ten from the school of
Fellow teachers, the work of the
present school year is drawing to a
close. Most of you have done your
I>est. You have expended your best
energies upon your chosen profession.
I desire to commend your efforts and
rejoice with you in the work accom-
plished. True, in some points the
work might have been better, but as
an army of 180 teachers you have
done nobly and the educational inter-
esls of the county have received a
noble uplift at your hands. Whatever
Geo. Bateman returned from Wells-
ton today where he had been on
visit witii his brother Walker in addi-
tion to a few business matters which
demanded his personal supervision.
Mrs. M. M. Egbert and Mrs. J.
Feuquay left last night for Fulton,
Mo., to attend commencement at V il-
liam Woods college, where Miss Ver-
nal Egbert graduates next Thursday.
They expect to spend today in Kansas
The building of the new town of
Prague will deflect much of the trade
that has heretofore gone to Shawnee,
but will do no damage to Chandler
since on account of bad roads little or
non" of the trade from that section
cinies to us
FOR EVERY NEED I
Our Stationery department!
represents every need of the
school girl, the r-ociet,'
woman, the toucher, tin;
business man and tli • stu-
VA/e Take i- ricis-
in having the best stationery'
and supplies to be had. I
Writing, whether for busi-
ness or pleasure becomes a
delight when nil the ma-
terial at hand are just what
they should be.
GET IN THE
and ride over to
Flo Hps Just a Little Left
For The Kin Folks.
CITY DRUG STORE,
COX & COX, Props.
Well Or lis!
Well Drills and Well Driller
Supplies N ; -v Bits Sound
Pumps, Reamer, ami
THATCHER & SONS,
STILL.V ITER OKLA.
HOFFMAN. CHARLES 3 CGNKLIN
Exchange and Collections a Specialty.
Do a General Banking Business.
H. M. JOHNSON, President.
L. 0. PARMENTER, Ca«hl<tf
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.
U/E SOLICIT YOUR BUS1NSS
R oom formerljoccupled by Lincoln County State Bank.
DANGEROUS IF NECLECTED
Burns, cuts and other v.ounds often
fail to heal properly if neglected and
become troublesome sore- DeWitt'i
Witch Hazel Salve prevents such con
sequences Even where delay has
aggravated the injury DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve effects a cure. "I had a
running sore on m.v 'eg thirty years:"
saysH. C Hartly, Yankeetown, Ind.
"After using many remedies, I tried
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few
boxes healed the sore." Cures all
skin diseases. Piles yield to it at once.
Bevvareof counterfeits.—A. D. Wright
FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY.
The city schools close Friday for
the summer vacation.
Mrivale tnrrev to loan on farms
See me for rates. A. E. ltoss.
Miss ,lo Wole.ott returned today from
l'awnee where she has been teaching
since the holidays.
Mrs. C. O. Lynch and daughter
Hermenia went to Larned. Kansas,
vesterdav for a visit with relatives.
Sam Easlev arrived today from
Texas to be present at the funeral of
his brother-in-law J. M. Harrison
who was buried at 2 o'clock this aftei-
noon by the lledme.i.
Oklahoma has no compulsory edtica
tion law on her statute books. It ir,
none too early to begin to agitate for
the enactment of such a law at the
hands of the next assembly.
25,000 to 30,000 feet of native lumber
for sale: for 30 days. J. S. Richard-
son, .rii miles southeast of Chandler.
,1. H U hite and wife left yesterday
for Kittanuing, Penn., where they will
visit relative-, and friends. Mr. While
was a large loser by the recent tire at
Nora, being the owner of the Sioer
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Devirce left to-
day for Springtield, Mo. They have
been here looking for a location. Mr.
Devirce intimated to our reporter that
he would return and try agriculture
in Lincoln county.
STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS
OFF THE COLD.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
pay. Price, 25 cents.
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy that n cold in one day
Drs. Wolcott and Galyen of the
insanity board went to Stroud today
to inquire into the sanitv of a Mrs.
Miss Jennette Collar, who has been
visiting her parents in Guthrie, has
returned and is occupied once more
with her duties as cashier at the Star
Mrs. \j. Kaufman, of Cairo, 111.,
arrived yesterday for a visit with her
daughter Mrs. Moritz Behr. On the
way hen' she made a short visit with
elatives in Guthrie.
F. M. Clute is here from El Reno
today. He is way up in the councils
of the Iledmen and took part in the
ceremonies at the funeral of J. M.
Harrison today which was conducted
by the ltedmen lodge.
There is a time for all things. Tin
time to take Simmons' Cough Syrup
is when afflicted with sore throat,
hoarseness, coughs or colds. It is
guaranteed to cure you. Price 25 and
oO cents. All druggists.
The case of White vs. l^uick, in
which suit was instituted for the re-
covery of stock valued at $250, was
decided in favor of the plaintiff, Mrs.
llebecca White. The jury brought in
the verdict yesterday after being out
but a short time.
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOR
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic It is
simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
from. No cure, no pay. Price, 50r.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church have placed the booklet, "Fav-
ing Quotations of Chandler People,"
in Corbin & Lynch's drug store for
sale. Examine it. You will find it
full of good things and worth many
times the price asked for it
Mr. and Mrs. P Roberts, who have
been living in Okmulgee, will make
their future residence in this city.
Mr. Roberts has been here a week or
ten days looking for a suitable house.
Mrs. Roberts arrived today being met
by Mr. Roberts at Sapulpa.
Judge Allison returned today from
Alva where he accompanied his daugh-
ter, Marion, lns t week, .-lie remained
to be present, at the commencement ex-
ercises at the Northwest Normal. The
Judge remained to see the play, Mikat
do, given by the normal students, in
which his daughter, Annie, sung the
part of 4,Pftty Sing." d
C. L. Jackson, of Springdak, Ark.,
who has been visiting his sister Mrs.
J. A. McLain during her recent
bereavement, returned to h s noine to-
day. Her husband was struck by
li-jhtning while working on the new
Miller hotel on north Manvel.
a constant supply of blood-making material or |
their systems break down under the constant
drain. The very moment there Is lack of blood,
or when the blood is impoverished, the signal
appears upon the face in sallowness or pallor.
The remedy needed is Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic.
Nothing else meets this particular condition so
■ well. Use of it has made hundreds of thous-
I ands of women look younger and made them
feel even younger than they looked. It not only
restores strength, energy and beauty, but it is a
J prompt and certain cure for all ailments pecu-
liar to the sex. It cures because It removes the
I first cause. It supplies just what nature needs
| to bring health.
Dr. Harter's <
YOU KNOW WHAT VOC ARE
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle show-
ing that it is simply Iron and (Qui-
nine in a tasteless form, "o cure, no
Home Grown Nursery Stcck.
AS (iCKJD AS THE BEST.
Apples, Poaches, Pears, Plums
Apricots, Quinces and all kinds
of small fruit. Billing grounds
in town, opposite Court House.
Nursery and residence 1 mile
strengthens debilitated organs, gives tone and
elasticity to muscles and ligaments, rounds out
wasted tissues and renews the vigor ot the nerv
ous system. It helps quickly and just as surely
Loss of appetite, of ambition, nervousness,
pains in the head. back, kidneys, limbs, mus-
^ cles, etc., are all cured by Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic.
The following is one of thousands of similar
endorsements that we have received:
Houston. Texas. Dec. 4. 1901.
My father has used your medicine since the
; War. and when I married in December, 1872, I
i commenced housekeeping with one bottle of Dr.
Harter's Iron Tonic, one bottle of his Wild
Cherry Bitters, and two boxes of his Little Liv-
er Pills. I am now nearly sixty-two years of
age. Looking backward I feel attached to the
old medicines and would not change them for
any of the new ones made."
Mrs. J. A. Pickett.
($5,000 guarantee that above teatimonial is genuine.)
Every bottle of Dr Har-
ter's Iron Tonic has our
"Crescent" trade-mark on
the label. Don't accept a
substitute insist on Dr. Harter's.
Made only by
the dr. harter medicine company
M.iker. ilso of Dr. Harttr', Wild Cherry Bitter,.
*nd other well known Dr. Harter Medicines.
FOE SALE EVERYWHERE.
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