The Chelsea Reporter. (Chelsea, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, September 7, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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over this partial lift of whaj we tell, it may contain some-
thing you are looking for.
Kingman Buggies, Oil Wagons, Surries, Road Wagons,
Hacks, Bain and Buerkins Farm Wagons, Harrows, Sad-
dles. Good Enough, Success and Kingman Plows. Surprise
Wheat Drills, Gasoline Engines. Corn Shelters and Grind-
ess, Hay Presses and Rakes. We will always treat you
fair and Sell you goods as cheap can be bought Jn neigh-
W. C. T. U.
The local W. C, T. U. had a
most interesting meeting last
week.Dslegates were elected to
the convention at Afton as fol-
lows: Mrs. Thompson, Mrs.
Adair, Mrs. Fisher and Mrs Bar-
ton. The five general officers
also have a vote and Chelsea has
4 Territorial Superintendents of
departments, so this union will
have a good delegation.
Mrs. Nellie Elliott sent in her
resignation as president and it
was accepted with deep regret
and a vote ef thanks was tender-
ed to her for her earnest work
during the time she was presi-
dent. The election of a Presi-
dent to serve next year resulted
in a unamious vote for Mrs. Lila
J. Ross, who made a most pleas-
ing speech and thanked the
ladies for the honor of being
ing president of Chelsea Union
and requested every member to
help on the work in every way.
Twenty-six new unions have
been organized in the Territory
since last September and three
new Y's including the Nellie
Elliott Y of Chelsea, which now
has thirty-four on roll. At the
imeeting of the Third Congress-
ional District Republican Press
Association they had a question
box, and among the questions
was, "shall we favor prohibition
in Oklahome Territory a is pro-
vided in the Statehood bill for In-
dian Territory?" Every editor
present promised to do his best
to stamp out the liquor traffic
and make the new state a clean
and temperate one.
The appointment of William
E. Johuson by the department
of Indian officers as a special
agent for the suppression of the
liquor traffic in Indian Territory
is already bearing fruit. Tulsa
was made and five barrels of
whiskey and two of beer were
destroyed. Federal Marshal
Bennett of Muskogee accom-
panied by Mr. Johnson and Bud
Ledbetter led the deputies.
Fifteen of the $25,000 appropria-
ted by Congress for the sup-
pression of the liquor traffic is to
be used in Indian Territory and
Judge Lawrence has also made
a most interesting decision re-
garding shipping of liquor. He
holds that to bring in one drop
is as much an infringment of
the law as a barrel. The only
way liquor can be legally brought
in is to secure a special permit
from Secretary of the Interior.
Only one exists.
The Superintendent ofL. T.
L.. Mrs. Laura Parks thanks Mr.
Hester for the generous gift to
the L. T. L. children of the
prettily arranged booklet tied
with white ribbon, he so gracious-
ly gave them. Thanks again
To the citizens of the town of
Chelsea. Please take notice.
All persons who have not paid
taxes on their dogs, call at the
city Marshal's office, pay tax and
receive tags. Marshal's office
over Chelsea Bank. Phone 1-25.
A. C. Dykes, Marshal.
• Better than any Other.
"Ship one gross Dr. Menden-
hall's Chill and Fever Cure. We
have been selling your Chill
Cure for four years and it gives
better generol results than any
Chill Tonic we have ever sold."
-Cuero Drug Co. Sold by R.
Mr. and Mrs, Bartley Milam
have returned from their New,
A pure toilet soap will cleanse
and purify without irritating.
All of our soaps are pure.—
Lane's Corner Drug Store.
Will Sutherlin and Frank
Couch are back from New Mex-
ico. Mrs. Sutherlin has been
there for several months and
has been much benefitted by the
climate. She will remain indef-
Wanted—Situation as general
housekeeper by middle aged
lady with boy seven years of age.
Neat housekeeper and good
cook. Addrers box 298. City.
Whatever is worth painting
deserves good paint. We carry
the best paints for all purposes.
-Lane's Corner Drug Store.
Every Piece of Summer
Goods in our Store will
be sold to you at actual
Slippers at cost.
Standard calicoes 5c
It Has Come!
That Car of Furniture har arrived and is in our new store building and we are only
waiting for the large plate glass window to be put in place, and then our furniture
will be unpacked and placed on display and an opening day announced.
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