The Chandler News (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 10, 1906 Page: 2 of 16
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NEWS OF LINCOLN COUNTY
WELLSTON, ROUTE No. 3. **
Monday morning we noticed Fred
Stein dittoing the field where he liad
planted corn. It had come up nicely.
Upon inquiry as why he wan doing it he
the said chinch buifs had takep the corn.
. ...Mm. Myrtle Wildman wan sick
he i training. The dog doe* very fairly j the lir< t of the week..- . kohco Black-
now and wln'ii he k«'i thrTiugh training hum, our msiatant p..stma ter, is tak-
' it Mr. Kigney hopuM to he able to aid ing a vacation to recruit hi* health,
in catching home thieve . ,A dane I'earl Krwin is tilling hi^ place in the
wan recently give by Mr. Hugh Shelby I office— We understand there are to
STROUD, ROUTE 2.
'I his recent rains put the crop* in
good growing condition and the'fartnor*
are doing Home line work in the fluid*.
,...N. T. Vinson i« painting hi* house
which he built iiiih lant winter. ...T.
It. Uigney ha* a pari bloodhound which
to the young people of South Prairie.
Mr. Shelby i* a pleasant, obliging
gentleman and all present that evening
say they were highly entertained and
enjoyed a good time. I#nst I" nday
wa* the last day of school at Wildcat
district. Mr. Redd has given good sat-
isfaction and as usual the children
enjoyed a treat. Mrs. Cora Embry
of ('handler, who has been visiting rela-
tives on route 2, returned home last
week J as. Nolan was in Stroud
Saturday on business Several from
the agency and route 2 witnessed the
hall game between the Japanese and
the Stroud boys. The pitcher and
catcher of the Japs were victorious.
... ,T. J. Kyker was in Prague one day
last week Ed Marshal lost a fine
two year old colt recently We hope
there will be some work done on the
roads this year before they get ho
bad they can't be worked l.ast
Monday, the 80th of April was Mr. t.
Y Walbrighl birthda.\ and thecal^
riers and others enjoyed a good treat. 4
Nothing kim'.' s., I'm- a * ; • have a good«« ■
be some new brick buildings built in
Wellston soon. l)rs. Taylor & Smith's
office has already been moved to give
way to one of them W. S. Arnold
is still unable to do scarcely any work.
S. L. Thompson has bought paint
to paint his house We have ^>een
driving one horse on the route most of
the time for the last two weeks while
the roads and weather have been good.
... .We found a nice bouquet of roses
in S. L. Thompson's box Monday.
Thanks for same We hear consider-
able complaint of chinch bugs lately.
....We accompanied#*Rev. Woodrow
out to Sunday school and church at
Martin Sunday afternoon and. were
truly glad to see so many young people
gathered there and to see so much
interest manifested. A committee of
four ladies was selected to visit every
family in the district on Monday.
Are You Safe?
How do you feel when a heavy cloud comes up and the
lightning is flashing around yo i •" ° , ,
Do you get where you can see the barn and, arter ea.h
stroke, wonder where it struck, and almost hold your breath
lest the ne«t one strikes the barn or perhaps the house.
You probably sever lost more than a stack of hay or a
cow. But, are you safe now? How do you know the next
storm will not do the damage ?
• If you have our Lightning Rods on your buildings you
are in no danger—we guarantee to keep the^ lightning out of
t.' " Qur booklet, "The Laws and Mature of lightning, and
How to Control It," is full of valuable information and we
will send it to you free for the asking.
When buying rods look for our.Trade—Mark on the end
of the spool, and make the Agent show you his Agent's
Certificate. This will insure you fair treatment—will show
that he is our authorized agent, and will protect you from
the fellow selling an imitation, You will find none other as
good as the genuine "D. & S " rods.
DODi) & STRUTHERS, lies Moines, la."
Or their Authorized Salesman,
Edw. Gerardy, Chandler, R. F. D. 3.
CHANDLER, ROUTE 3.
Sells youngest child has a severe
man for postmaster.
children have chicken pox.
ho Kind You llttvo Always Bought, and which has been
m use for over i 0 years, has borne the signature «>:'
nml lias been made under his per-*
snn.il supervision si nee its infancy
(*< Allow 110 one to deceive you in tlii>.
Ml Counterfeits, Imitations yml •• Jnst-as.-rootW are but
experiments that tritle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
' What is CASTORIA
Castoria 1# a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
Mihstnuce. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys W orm-
niul allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
< olie. It relie\e> Teething Troubles, eures Constipation,
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomaeh and How els, jri>ins; healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Boars the Signature of
Hesser and family went to the Shaw
school house last Friday nitfht to the
entertainment which they said was tine.
They are talking of having another
room built on to Forest school house
for the primary department. .. .Mr. >
Cocklin has a fine line of dry goods and
groceries in Midlothian and we think he
is a fine man to trade with The
school closed at Midlothian last Friday
with a few exercises and Miss Lula
Lowe treated the pupils to oranges and
candy... There will be a Sunday
school picnic at Payson next Sunday.
....C. H. Hesser and family went t >
Chandler Monday Planting corn is :
now the order of the day in this vicini- j
ty. Some are through planting
(i. R. Tanner and wife visited M. C.
Taylor Sunday. . .We are sorry to hear
of so many hail storms. Hope #e will
not be visited by one as we think we
htvour gfcare two years au;o this May
when it swept evei$thing. .s.Will Lile
worked for W. M. Mauch last wAk.
We are in receipt of a letter from
Benon, 111., saying prospects never
were better for crops and fruit.
Mrs. Carison has just#had a hog past-
ure of five or six acres fenced
Herman Preuse has moved from his
farm t" *>Yarwick. He wili soon begin
building a hotel. -4. .Quite a large
crowd witnessed the laying of the cor-
nerstone of the M. E. church at War-
wick Sunday afternoon.
Friscir Specials. *
Milwaut • ■. Wi- annua! meeting
„• .r i i >r fftiternai order of Eagles.
Rate of one first-class fare for round
trip. Return limit August 22 ,Date
August 11 to i3.
of the P re-
tme fare plu>
saie May 12.
May 31, 190«>
S 1 . general assembly
!..> • -riaii churches in the
-. <M: . IT to 26, l'Jt)6.
•2 for round trip. On
l: -.rul 14. Return limit
A. J. MAC OMBER,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years,
aw VO«R ITT.
WARWICK, ROUTE I. 1
Henri Moseland was the first to cui-
! tivate cotton along our route, but quite !
a number were cultivating Monday —
F. M. Pool went to Sulpher, I. T. Sun-
day for a couple weeks recreation
Mrs. Amanda Stewart gave us a fine
bflttQUet of roses one day last week for
which she will accept our thanks ■
Miss Rusha Kephart, one of the brght-
est and prettiest girls on 0Br route. |
treated us to ice cream and cake one
of those hot days last week.. .•.There
was an ice cream party at uncle Dave "
Dennis' Wednesday night of last week.
Everybody had all the ice cream they
wanted besides a splendid social time.
... Annie Pieke has our thanks for a 1
nice bouquet of roses Monday Oliver
Shaw and Edith Sock well were united#
in the holy bonds of matrimony Sun
day at the home of the bride. Rev.
James Cage performed the ceremony.
These are very worthy young people
and are held in*the highest esteem in
the community in which they live
The "Scrubs" of Star Valley played
, the Warwick base ball nine on the *
latUT's and south of tQwn. Satur-
day. The result was in favor of the
Warwick boys.. Martha McMahar
entertained a number of her frer.ds at
dinner Tuesday. The occasion being the [
young lady's tiitelShth birthday
•'Straight as the Crow Files."
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Extremely low rates on ■
first and third TUESDAYS |
of each month
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The Chandler News (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 10, 1906, newspaper, May 10, 1906; Chandler, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc160423/m1/2/: accessed June 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.