Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 261, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 2, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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Hospitality ai Small Expense' A. E. Stutsman
Mr .1 tin H. Cullum, Editor of tlic
Garland.;Texa«, Nows, has written » ; Entertainment that is, pleasure to|
letter o( congratulation to the manu | your (Quests -does not depend on the
fueturers of Chaml>erlain's Coup'll nioney vou spou^bu^nn 'tttn^ownj
is a necessity in e v e r y
house nowadays. The effi-
ciency of hot applications
in case of. toothache, < ar*
ache, faceache, cramp etc.,
is too well known to need
mention. The Hot Water
Bottle’makes the treatment
most eonvicnient. We have
Hot Waver Bottles in an as-
sortment of sizes and of
tough, wearable rubber.
Special prices today.
Corcin & Lynch
Chandler Daily Publicist.
Remedy us follows: “Sixteen years
ago when our tirst child was a baby
be was subject to croupy spells until
we would be very uneasy about him. j
11 We began using Chamberlain's Cough !
I Remedy in lvH7, and finding it such a !
I| reliable remedy for croup and folds, I
I we have neven been without it since
■ that time, we Dave live children and
Hoot anti Shoe Cobbling ana
Second Hand goods—all kinds
in stock. Arms and Accoutre-
spend, but on
knowledge of bow to receive and ex-1
tend hospitality. Christine Terhune : D .
Herrick tens ,\im . . mt it. [v..,.. Bankrupt Stock Merchandise
paid, aOc. 1. .J. ■« ;it-, publisher, Dry Goods, Groceries and
lot* Fifth ave.. New York. 1 Jewelry
dr. a. b. poro it
Office upstairs J
Feuquay Building i’
ihoma 1 **
First Nation.! Bank
Hot and Cold Beths
JESSE FUNK. I
(First published .ltn». 22, 1904.)
LIOUOR LICENSE NOTICE,
Territory «»f Oklalioina.couut.v of Lincoln,*h i
Notice Im hr rely ven that I. tin* mirier-
■ have gi”eu it to all of them with good i **lif»n*ri. aim* Brown. «ii«i on the 19th «in.v
3 , .v i , . , ■ of ./an.. 1904. llle in tli** oilier of the!
■ results. One good feature of this rem- j, omit.* *■i.-rk *.f *.i.i Linc.ia « ounty. okiah.
I edy is that it is not disagreeable to I
■ (take and our babies really like it. j McKinley tnwimiihi, Im-Ih
■ , teen, ran ire i<*\ K. i. M. i.meuin
■ Another is that it is not dangerous, I count> ■ ■ vh.iiouia territory,Lein* « np.jori
t v, O
v.niy application By petition of 95
1‘cImiI'Wtm iiit<I tnxpayerH of the
dose. I congratulate you upon tl
suoeess of your remedy,
by A. I). Wright.
nili'I cons 11
, ;»un liquor*
lor sale j carried on
I *\ UHllip in \\ Ilii
Big 4 2nd Hand Store
Rarber C, hop
n one minute because it kills
microbe which tickles the mucous
membrane, causing the cough, and at
the same time clears the phlegm,draws
out the Inflammation and heals and
soothes the affected parts. One Min-
ute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs,
wards off pneumonia and is it harm-
| less and never failing cure in all cur-
able cases of coughs,colds and croup.
One Minute Cougn Cure is pleasant to
take, harmless and good alike for
young and old. Sold by Corbin «.V
iiunilicr 17 in
f Uli'lll Ih In Ilf
oj ••i'h eri anti conducted,
I wetting forth that the underMlKiieri
applicant in a pclHOU of rcMpcrtuhle
character and *tanrilujr in ami a rcniilciit
I of Halt]territors and pniyinu, that u Hccuhc
lust Onp Mifli.lf i !.v .......
v/iit iTiiiiu i v • j a ml t lie coiiii t i'<1 mi iniNHioiit'rH i if said (M>u ii t y
... . i * \ . , for the h.lie of malt, «pf
One Minute Cough Cure gives relief vinous iiquom upon lot mm
the ** o*'k nuiiP-er o.l in the unincorporated vii-
I lairc of Warwick, In the c<Migi*cNMioual twp.
«*f McKinley, being twp. 14, north of range
•>. L. i. .M., Lincoln county, Oklahoma
territory, anil that Haiti petItlou mid appli-
cation will be heard on the 0th day of Feb-
ruary, 1904, iiuleHH there In* objection mid
reinoiiHtrmice tiled In tin* oifice of tin* count v
clerk on or before tlicOthdav of February.
1904. ‘ •
WltiicMM my hand thin 19th ilav of .laiiu-
ary, 1904. Abe Brown,
Iloffinan A; Embry, Attorneyn.
ii the * Opposite Mascho Building, whore you
get a clean shave and courteous treat-,
meut for /Oa. .1. h. jA( ’KSON, Prop
A. M. MARSHALL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office* over I'm & ('ox's Drugstore, ('alls
answered promptly—day or utght.
Chas. B. Wilson | Chas B. Wilson, Jr
WILSON & WILSON
A TTOR N EYS - A T-L A VV
Office Room 11 /
Hoffman Building f CHANDLER, O T
Patronize a Home
Published every evening except Sunday.
Entered at the Postoftlce at
ah Hecoud-claRH Matter.
Three Monthh .
SavedIFrom Terrible Death.
The family of Mrs. M. L. Bobbitt o
Bargerton, Tenn., saw her dying and
were powerless to save her. The most
skillful physicians and every remedy
used failed, while consumption was
slowly but surely taking her life. In
this terrible hour Dr. King’s New
Discovery for Consumption turned
despair into joy. The tirst bottle
brought immediate relief and its con-
tinued use completely cured her. It’s
the most certain cure in the world for
'PI'JQf'Jg 82 jail throat and lung troubles. Guar-
______________ anteed. Bottles 50c and $1. Trial
bottles free at A. D. Wright’s drug
MRS. W. H. FRENCH,
Editor and Publisher.
FEBRUARY 3 1904.
In 1905 Pennsylvania created a State
Highway commission and appropri-
ated $0,500,000 to he apportioned
among the different cojinties as state
aid in proportion to the mileage of
roads in each county and to he ex-
pended during a period of six years.
Two-thirds of the cost of the building
of roads is to be paid by the state,
one-sixtli by the eeunty and one-sixth
by the township which the improved
highways traversed. The staves of
Maine, Rhode Island,New Hampshire,
Vermont, Delaware, California, Wash-
ington and Florida have adopted the
principle of state aid in the building
of wagon roads. Up to this time,
however, these states have not appro-
priated any large sum ef money for
A Prisoner in Her Own House.
Mrs. W. H. Layhh, of 1001 Agnes,
Av^., Kansas City, Mo., hss for sev-
eral years been troubled with severe
hoarseness and at times a hard cough,
which she says, “Would keep me in
doors lor days. I was prescribed for
by physicians with no noticeable re-
sults. A friend gave me part of a
bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough Rem-
edy with instructions to closely follow
the directions and I wish to state that
after the first day I could notice a
change fur the better, and at this time
after using it for two weeks, have no
hesitation in saying 1 realize that 1
am entirely cured. " This remedy is
for sale by A. 1). Wright.
(FlrHt | * ii I * I i * I ici I .V mi. J9, 1904.)
In the probata court of Lincoln county,,
M. A. Tardy, plaintiff, vh. K.
Notice 1h hereby given that by virtue of an
order of wale Inward out of tin* probate court
of Lincoln count*, Oklahoma territory, in
the above entitled caiiHr, I. t In* unrierHiin
at 2 o’clock p. in. of waid day, 1
of Manvel avenue and Ninth Ntreet in the city
•r, Lincoln county, Oklahoma t< r-
I the folio \.....
terlff of Lincoln .county, Oklahoma terrl-
»ry, will on the 15th duv of February, 1904.
I 2 o’clock p. in. of Hnid day, at the corner
’ Manvel avenue an
of Chandler, Lincoln
ritory, well the following described personal
Property to the highest bidder for cash in
band: roar hows and one hour.
Witness my hand this 29th dnv of.I ana
ary, 1904. Win. Tllghmun.
By Win. II. ('rume,
[First puhllHhed .Ian. 29,1904.] *
NOTICE OF SALE.
Territory of Oklahoma, Lincoln county, hs.
In the probate com t in and for said con
Fort Smith Wholesale Grocery < on:
And give your collections to
The Western Credit CiearingHouseCo.
W. L. JOHNSON. Local Manager
L. A. KELSEY, D. D. S.
Up-stairs, over chandler Nat’l Bank,
Office hours 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1
to 5 p m.
EMERY A FOSTER,
Oifice in Hoffman Building.
DR. ELIZABETH M. PLUSS
Rooms 5 and 4
ana A. A. Dean, a
ness under the hr
W. DILLARD, M D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls answered day or night.
loles,-ilc tiroeer.v < oiupany, a
plaintiff, vs. Mrs. If. C. Baker!
til, a partnership doing husi-
e linn name of Baker & Dean,
Notice Ih hereby given that by virtue of an
order of the probate court of Lincoln county, I
Oklahoma territory, I will, on the Nth day |
of February, 1004. between t lie hours of!*'
o'clock a. m. mid 4-oTlock p. m., and a* mar Ottice Over Corbin & Lynch’s
as may he at the hour «if 1<> a. in. of said *
day, sell at public auction to the highest
hinder for cash, at tin* First State Bank of
Prague, in Prague. Lincoln county. Oklaho- I
ma territory, all of tin* stock ofgoods,wares.
and merchandise known as the Baker A- Dean !
stock heretofore belonging to Mrs, II. r. lin-
ker and A. A. Dean and seized under order of
attachment heretofore Issued out of the I UnCCM A Si, CIBDDV
above mimed court to watlsfy the judgment riv_/[ I/VIAIN Cx. L/V1DK I ,
rendered therein, costs of sale and accruing I
coats. Wm. Tilghman, ,
By Will. II. Grume, Deputy. d258tlo
i Manvel Avenue,
' ROY V. HOFFMAN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Want to build a home, erect
a block or procure money
in Chandler for any pur-
Want Insurance—Fire, Cy-
clone, Plate Glass or Acci-
Want your title examined
or abstract made? If so,
Call or Drop a Card
The Lincoln County
Its rails penetrate the fertile States of
TEXAS anti the
ALABAMA and the
It reaches the rich farming lands of Kansas
mil Oklahoma, the mineral fiel Is of Southe.#
Missouri and Northern Arkansas, the cotton
- f subtil and Southwest, the cil field*
of Kansa ard the Indian Territory, and him
dreds of other industrial places of interest an l
profit to tlm home-seeker and investor. Aud
last, but not least, it will carry you to the fame /
health resorts of the Ozarks,
(•ME OF tq A M3 L.T
FAST B( . N’D
No. 40S Loonl I’nnH**in.’»T
No. 412 KammeClty Exj ri*HM
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No. 411 Oklahoma KxprpNM....
No. 407 Local PiiHHiMi^rer......
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No. 451— Gntlirit* I,aNH*njcer.....
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No. 450—St.I.ouIh ami K. U. Kx
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(First published Jail. 19, 1901.)
Territory of Oklahoma, 1
I erritory <»f Oklahoma, Lincoln count w.
n the probate court of said county.
Notice Is hereby given that • >11 till* lstlnlu
January, A. D.
(Jffiee in the Hoffman, Charles
Conklin Building over Bank. •
CHANDLER. OKLAHOMA |(
letters of admiuistrat
day 1,a tit
1904, Bettle Fox tiled l ' w*
ICI 'll! couu
te court of Lincoln county. Ok-
ion to he i
A Vest Pocket Doctor.
The UiiileU Farmers, wherever or-
ganized, will send delegates to meet
Industrial Agent White of the Frisco
at Chandler next Monday. A. A.
Heasler, J. 8. Newby, H. C. Notson
and L. C. Elliott are the delegates se-
lected by the county organization and
they will he here. The farmers are
waking to their opportunities. The
United Farmers now have lodges in
almost every school district in
Never in the way, no troifble to
carry, easy to-take, pleasant and
never failing in results are DeWitt’s
Little Early Risers. A vial of these
little pills in the vest pocket is a cer-
tain guarantee against headache,
biliousness, torpid liver and all of the i
ills resulting from constipation. They j W. L JOHNSON
tone and strengthen the liver. Sold 1
by Corbin & Lynch.
Joneph Fox. deceased, late of the
county of Lincoln auil territory of Okla-
Ami pursuant to an order of huM probate
court Hat tl rd ay, the doth day of January,
A. D. 1904, at t he hour of 1 o o'clock a. in. of
nald day. that being a day of tin* regular
J a iniarv term. A. D. 1904, of Haid probate
court, finh been appointed an tin* time for
hearing said application, when ami where
any person Interested may content said peti-
tion by liiliiR witi.ii . >ppos; i ion t tirr.’f o oi*
the ground of iiicompctenry of tile applicant
or may assert his own rights to tlie adminis-
tration und pray that letters he issued to
Witness my hand and official seal this iMh
day of January, \. I>. 1904.
(Seal) S. A. Cordell,
2 t'-'i i o Probate Judge.
Gardner building j’
H. D. FRAZIER
K. D. FRAZIER j
fRAZIER & FRAZIER
Game In season—Gtih-kens anuTurkevs—San i
Beef aud P ' '
WINTER TOURIST RATES
ATT( )RN EY- AT-LA \\
(Hoffman BuHriitg Chandl ei. Okla
Is display d by many a man endur-
I ing pains of accidental cuts, wounds,
bruises, burns, scalds, sore feet or
s iff joints. But there’s no need for
county. These meetings bring them j it. Bucklen’s arnica salve will kill i Will be
.. .. u,l
together and matters are discussed t,le pain and cute the trouble.
and acted upon which would ofteu be U.,a hesl cure on eal'lh for l,iles’
, 25c at A 1). Wright’s drug store.
A. H 0LES0N,
Contractor and Guilder.
found at Frazier Building
corner ftth St. and Manvel Ave
H. O. LEE
Will cry sales anywhere in
the county. It is not necessary
to have my picture at the head
of this ad.,as I am better look-
ing than I was last year. Oihce
at A. D. Wrights Drug Store.
See me before you get out your
Sunny - South
Tickets on sale daily until April 3U, 1!KJ4, to the prin-
cipal winter resorts of Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama,
Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, Louisiana and Texas!
Return limit June 1, 1904.
Full details on application.
O. w. STRAIN,
Division Passenger Agent
overlooked if each one were left to act;
ij. , THE GREAT CHICAGO
rtne Chickens For Sale. THEATRE DISASTER
Choice lot young thoroughbred
Light Brahmas for breeding purposes Greatest Horror oi the Age—600 Souls are
ready for sale at *2 per pair Hurled Into Eternity in the
Mrs W. H. Trench. Twinkling of an Eye
j Most thrilling: story ever told; largest amt
What’s in .1 Name? Owt book; splendidly Illustrated; Memorial
... , . , , . j Kdltlon, retail only ft.Ml. Itest terms; cred-
Lverything IS iu the name when It It given; outfit tree. Send toe tor postage,
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. ! order at mire, lie first In the Held. #10 a
DeWitt It Co., of Chicago, discovered ,1,IV •>’ mrents
some years ago how to make a salve i hi-. I’ito i i-.m’an i iiiui.i: ihu si:
from witch hazel that is a specific for
Piles. For blind, bleeding, itching
and protruding Piles, eczema, cuts,
burns, bruises and all skin diseases
DeWitt’s Salve has no equal. This j
has given rise to numerous worthless
counterfeits. Ask for DeWitt’s—the ]
genuine. Sold by Corbin & Lynch. |
Si ■■ ■
So frequently settle
away or take somet
FOLEY’S HONEY AND TAR
Southern Security Co.
Geo. H. Nichols, Mgr.
Will negotiate shout Loans on
Household Furniture, Pianos and oth-
er personal property. No publicity.
Quick money. If you want a loan
come und seeus. RoomsOpera House
Block, Chandler, Oklahoma.
160 ACRES OF LAND
I Do you want a home in Western Can-
ada, the Itest Wheat and Cattle coun-
try in the World? For descriptive
circulars aud maps address
Box 2111, Chandler, O. T.
“tin”'* Early Risers
The famous little pills.
Cures Coughs and Colds quickly ar.d prevents
Pneumonia and C&nsianiptEon
C. Unger, 211 Maple St., Champaign, 111., writes:
I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and
I thought I had consumption. I tried a great many
remedies and I was under the care of physicians for
several months. I used one bottle of FOLEY’S
: ! ft;
had bronchitis for twenty years
AND THOUGHT HE WAS INCURABLE
tolls’ &TK2bffi 553*'3
my Bronchitis which I supposed was incurable.”
THREE SIZES^ 25c, 50o and $1.00- Refuse Substitutes
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Corbin & Lynch, Druggists
several months. . ... o
HONEY AND TAR. It cured me, and I have not
been troubled since.”
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French, Mrs. W. H. Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 261, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 2, 1904, newspaper, February 2, 1904; Chandler, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911414/m1/2/: accessed July 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.