The Chelsea Reporter. (Chelsea, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, September 7, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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Connor O'Neill spent Labor
Day in Tulsa.
Our business is to sell grocer-1
ies.-McSadden & Son.
Mrs. J. D. Miller just returned
from Verona, Mo.
Mr. Greenlee left Wednesday
for Ft. Smith Ark.
Guy Vaugh spent several days
in Spavinaw last week.
If you want your groceries
quick ring Phone 20.
Miss Cassia] Iliff spent a few
days at Baxter last week.
Oats cleaned the second time
at the Elevator. 32 cts per bush-
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morrison
are the happy parents of a fine
We owe an apology to Dean
R. Lowe. It wasn't a girl, but
a fine boy.
Mrs. Frank Condron has for
her guest her little brother from
Just unloaded a car of Velvet
flour at McSpadden's.
Miss Hattie Hames, of Cha-
nutr, is the guest of her sister,
. School opened on Monday with
the largest attendance ever re-
corded in Chelsea.
For fresh, new and clean grc-
ceries see McSpadden & Son.
Miss Janie Ross left Sunday
for Nowata where ahe will teach
during the coming winter.
Miss Jewell Clark has return-
ed from Nowata to accept a pos-
ition with Lockhart & Co.
Miss Christine Thompson of
Vinita was the guest of her sis-
ter Mrs. Chas. Culp this week.
The friends of Mrs. Chas.
Poole will be glad to learn that
she has fully recovered from her
Velvet flour h the best that
comes to Chel sea. Try a sack-
McSpadden & Son.
I Frank Condron and DocShaf-
."erare spending some time in
Spavinaw looking over the min-
eral of the country.
Have you bought any of that
chicken lice killer and mite ex-
terminator at Constables.
| Miss Rose Spalding spent La-
bor day in Tulsa.
L. T. Eby spent several days
in Springfield. Mo., this week on
Mr. Copp came down from
Baxter to spend Sunday with
Miss and Mrs. Staats and their, e d8,
gjest, Miss Barnes, are spending I Dr- Wade Bone and C. W.
a couple of weeks seeing the Po?le attended the Baxter re-
_• t- X A /« « HI uniAH 1nn4 •••«/>!■
sights at Coffeyville.
Just received! Car of B. B.
union last week.
Miss Lucy Clarke left Sunday
tfusi received! ^ar 01 a. u. . : , " . j
Patent at Elevator, there is no, . e up er duties for the
better high grade Flour made. conVn£ year as teacher.
lty. Notice the physicians' i . . . , ' " , ,
;.-Lane's Corner1 n'*ht, the
trade we have
Mr. Thompson, of Vinita,
spent several days in Chelsea
last week, the guest of h:r
daugher, Mrs. Chaa. Culp.
Miss Butler of Vinita is one
of our new teachers in the pub-
lic schools. She is pleasantly
domiciled In the Iliff home.
Have you used any of that Fly-
Kill on your stock?-At Consta-
new 100 ft. grand stand about
completed at the fair grounds.
Mr. Caulk and J. L. Harrison
were among those from Chelsea
who were Baxter visitors last
The public is invited to use
the fair grounds track afternoons
as new tracks need a great deal
A. Talktaman was in over Sun-
day from the Little Wonder
_ ,.A , . lease. Mr. Talktaman expects
Even a little saving is worth1 to leave jn a few weeks for his
*n_ .W.e!an.Saye y0u quite old home Warren, Pa., where
he will engage in business for
Mr. and Mrs. Pore who have
a little on your school equipment.
Get our prices.-Lane's Corner
J. S. Hogue and Lawrence ------ ---------
LaPlue, of Alluwe, left for occupied furnished rooms at the
Waynesburg, Pa., Friday of last home of Mr- and Mrs- Lee Jones
week. They expect to be ab- nave moved into a cozy home of
, i . . * , . flinin Alirn ah flin DaaIa
sent about a month or six weeks.
their own on the Poole home-
• j j n • j r> , «r.„. 8tead' where they are at home
Bird and Ba.rd Parks, Willie to their friends.
Southerland and Steve Mc-,
Cleilan left for Marshall, Mo., ' To see the ""Packing of goods
to enter Missouri Valley College. and bustle of business around
Miss Cora Sloan, of Choteau, the °'Nfni Novelty Store one
expects to join them at Vinita. wou'd think that oil was raising
• „ . .. . . instead of dropping. About 500
: Fall fruit.i are apt to cause visitora attended the us
bowel troubles. Be ready to mil|i and ready ,t0. w e a r
cure them promptly. Keep a gaoit di , d at theopenfng,
bottle of our Cholera Cure han- and this ,.ertainl , ks „
dy. Warranted. 26c.-Lane's forChelMa atthis time of the
Corner Drug Store. year when every one is so busy.
Miss Beulah Puryear returned
last week from her vacation.
Although she enjoyed her trip
she isglad to get back to her
post of duty.
J. S. Hogue and Lawrence La
Plue both of Alluwe, left Friday
of last week for a visit with re-
latives at Waynesburg, Pa.
They will be absent a month or
Mrs. W. J. Strange, Misses
Daisy Byrd, Netfie Frakes, Sue
Adair, Rose Spalding and Jessye
McDowell composed a party of
Chelseaites who took in the Bax-
ter re-union last week.
Promptness - in prescription
filling is something everybody
appreciates Our expert service
insures both promptness and
accuracy,-Lane's Corner Drug
Prof. Hawkins and his bride
arrived in town last week and
are pleasantly located at Dr.
and Mrs. Caldwell's home where
they received the teachers of
Chelsea public schools to six
o'clock dinner on Friday evening.
They were recipitents of many
beautiful gifts. This year
promises to be a successful
school year. Where there is
such harmony among teachers,
pupils etc., good work is sure
to be the result.
It is good to teach our chil-
dren that the soil of Indian
Territory is the best ever, says
an exchange; that the climate is
as good as any wanderer ever
finds; that the people are as
good as those of any community;
that the schools and churches
and the towns and cities, rail-
roads and the rivers, the trees
and flowers, the crops and pro-
ducts, the industries and the
enterprises and the oppor-
tunities, and the reward to be
found right here in this im-
perial state are as gcod or bet-
ter than can be found anywhere
The indications are now that
the largest number of good
horses ever congregated on any
track in the territory will be
seen here September 26-29th.
Dr. and Mrs. Taylor are re-
joicing over the arrival of a girl.
She is nearly a month old. We
are a little late in the report but
our intentions are all right.
C. O. D. JOHNSON.
Next door to Hindman's.
To California and Return
The Frisco beginning with September 3rd and cor.-
uing daily till September 14th will sell round trip
tickets to Los Angeles and San Francisco, California,
with final return limit of October 31st.
At the Low Rate of $50
Liberal Sloft Overs
For full particulars see the Frisco Agent or address
D. C. FARRINGTON F. E. CLARK,
Traveling Passenger Agt. Division Passenger Agt.
Oklahoma City, Okla. t Wichita, Kas.
OUR STOCK FOR
Fall and Winter
Will be Bigger and Better
Than Ever Before
Cash, One Price to All
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The Chelsea Reporter. (Chelsea, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, September 7, 1906, newspaper, September 7, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc181134/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.