Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 74, Ed. 1 Monday, June 27, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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Sll Kill FF
Nothing will pay y°u
better—nothing "ill give
greater reward than the
time spent in caring for the
solves the problem of not
only how to keep the teeth
sound and strong, but how
to keep them dean and
white in a convenient and
delightful way. _
A sample bottle free with
each tooth brush.
,uS'iH . to »t»r 1,H,iVnl/u,UOOr,“ ‘
t h «t
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populist primary to
I hereby an non
(or tin* notnlntitU
..jce that 1 am a
on of Mherlff "f Lincoln conn-
no >1 not
in. !-n. ’i";.'.1.,;' ."v""vr-
[he Scenic Route w -s- Vm^ Bus l iiie
REGISTER OK DEEDS
A. llatvea n( North Fox. author-
lint primary I" he hrhl July
nominal! •«' of r»KUt«*r of deed*, nuh-
the deoUlon of the democratlc-popu-
.e held July 14.
Victor V.rroucli authorlwa u# to announce
that he IN a candidate for rejection to the
iVtttceof n-KiHter of deedn. NUi.Ject to the de-
of tlie tleinocratlc-populiNt nonilniitliiK
primary t«> he iield July 14. ____
< ■ \ n 8I PERINTENDENT.
i tint ruction,
v n. Shot " ell authorize* u*
that lie 1* a candidate for the m
populist primary t„ !"• held .Inly 14.
COUNTY ATTORN KY
Wears authorised to niiminnce the mime
of J,illii Davis of ITuicut* a. » “**' /PJ"
oMu-e ot fount v attorney, Hiilijtxt to the
decision ot il»- ileiiioeratte-poiiulUt nomlnnt-
ln>f primary to lie held Julj 14.
j. nittenhouNo authorize*
............... iih to an-
nounce that he In a candidate for the nomi-
nation .d county attorney. Niihjeet to the
declHlon of the demoerntlc-populiHt primary
l»e held July 14. >
mice that H.
the office of
We are authorized to annoi
M J arret 11* a candidate for ....
countv attorney. HUbJect to he deriidoii
the ihMiiocrntlc-popuiiHt primary to be held
We are authorized
Brown of South Wichita town-
Chandler Daily Publicist
Published every .T«i UK excel" Sumtaj.
-1.11■ ~ 1> • itinllilnfur representative trimi
thr Kltfhtli district before tlie populist nml
Entered at thr I
M Sseond-riass Matter
tiie r.igiuii 'in'"" ‘
arc uuthorlied to iinnotinee that S. A.
I nniell l» u eamlldute h.r re eleetlon to the
be held July 14.
Delivered hy carrier, per week
One Year f ,
Three Month*. ................
J. B. A, Robert no n
We are nthorlted to iiimounce the name of
i mm a candidate for teril-
in the Fourth Council iIIh-
MRS. W. H. FRENCH,
Editor and Publlthe*.
tr\vt1 beb!tv°tIn* democratlc convention.
We are authorized to announce that <». A.
It* rail* penetrate the* fertile States of
TEXAS and the
ALABAMA and the
Jt reaches the rich (arming land, o( Knnse."
end Oklahoma, the mineral fiel la ot South...«
Missouri and Northern Arkamas, the cotton
f*elds of *t-e South and Southwest, the oil field,
ot Kansa at-d the lt.diau Territory, and turn
dreds o( other industrial places oi iuterest and
profit to the home-seeker and investor. And
last, but not least, it will carry you to the lattice
health resorts of theOzarks,
TIME of T»»lN» AT
No. 41- l.ocitl l'asseimer
No. 414 Killians city Express.. . ,4up. m
No. 41" Oklahoma Express... “
No. 401> l.ocal Passenger................. p. m
LOCAL FREIGHT—EAST BOUND.
No.444 ..................... • >14J" m
No. 4411 ll:dd«m
No. *M—tluthrle Passenger............0:0.» a in
Will call for Passengers os
baggage from any part, of
the cit,y. Leave orders at. tne
St. Cloud Hotel.
W. S. Raupe’s Bus Line
DR. ELIZABETH M. PLUSS
Rooms 4 and 4.
W. L. JOHNSON
Hoffman Building Chaudler, Okla
DR. A. B. POTTER
. . . DENTIST . .
St* ****** ******-*
s H. C. LEE i
i auctioneer J
V* AT CHANDLER £
4 Will cry sales anywhere in
* the county. It is not necessary *
* to have my picture at the head. *
* of this ad.,as I am belter look- ,,,
T ing than 1 was last year. Oilioe 4>
u. at A. D. Wrights Drug Store, *
i See me before you get out your T
i* bills. t
A. E. Stutsman
Boot and Shoe Cobbling ana
Second Hand goods—all kinds
in stock. Arms and Accoutre-
Bankrupt Stock Merchandise
Dry Goods, Groceries and
Big 4 2nd Hand Store
W. R. GUCLIC
Office upstairs I
Feuquay Building t
A. M. MARSHALL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offices over Cox .4 Cox’s Drutr Store. Calls
answered promptly—day or ultcht.
Chas. B. Wilson | Chas B. Wilson, Jr
WIf-SON & WILSON
ATTORNEYS-AT-L A W
Office Room ll )
Hoffman Building f CHANDLER, O T
EMERY A FOSTER,
Office in Hoffman Building.
ROY V. HOFFMAN. JOHN EMBRY.
HOFFMAN & EMBRY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in the Hoffman, Charles
& Conklin Building over Bank.
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 Cai J
publicist ’phone 82
JUNE 2T 1904.
We are authorize! to nnoounce that Y.
•ttanett. ..f North x-utlnolr towiwhlp. !* a
e*n.4.. : *«* f r it..- noisiiI'.ntb'ii ofcouuty clerk
•abject t • the Jecielon of the
gopui •>* primary to lie held July 14, 1J04.
We are authorized »o announce the name
at J II Jobnat*'®- of rwmth Seminole, a* a
,> ; • . ity rrk. »>'n*J#-ct 1 • ■ the -.e-
yui. T \ ;<• r »ti<--j'opullat primary to
beheld J j:j i4-
„ inner authorizes oc to anm
‘tr-.-'t-Y. . V.-.
brttothc‘le.» "'> ' * th« en
■at primary lo l*e held July 14.
F. p. Hannon, of Pawnee townahip.
a* i*» announce that he 1h a can...
the nomination <»f county treasurer,
laa*; rim ary t*» t«* held July 14.
H. »». Shaffer of Union townahip.
•r* ui i » ann*iuuce that 1;** a « :
for the n mlnatb.i. *4 . ouatjr treasure
deeiaion of the democratic
lor the ii miuau1 ■ ............. -----h,ll‘
wt X4, the devirion of the democratlc-popu-
flat primary to l*e held July 14.
W. H. Biddle of Welluton authorize* u* to
announce that he in a candidate for county
tpea- ,r»-r. KUhject to the flecinloll of the
■amocratlc-populUt primary to he held
We are authorized to announce that W. S.
Davi* of North Wichita townwhlu 1* a candi-
date for countv treasurer. Huhjact t<> the
dacle-.: »f the deinocrath-i»opuU*t primary
to be held July 14.
(Second Ulatrlct >
man in me r ou* > ......
A COUNTY FAIR.
A good suggestion has been made
by some of the business men of Stroud
in the line of leasing grounds near the
city od which to hold an annual fait
each year. This would give the farm-
ers a good chance to exhibit their line
stock and products as well as have a
tendency to make them take more pride
in raising premium products and
breeding bettor stock. A good circle
race track could be made at small ex-
pense and many good trotting and run-
ning races could be had each year.
Doubtles many good horses would be
kept here duriDg the winter on account
of our favorable climate. There is
nothing nicer thau a good old fash-
ioned fair, where they last four or five
days. The finest products of the
county is brought in for exhibition;
the best cattle, horses, sheep and hogs
are exhib.ted and receive blue and red
ribbons with a cash prize thrown into
boot. The band plays all the time,
everybody fills up on red lemonade,
peanuts and taffy, throws balls at the
babies and tings at the canes as well
as yells themselves hoarse when the
favorite gallopers,runners and pacers
come under the wire on the home
stretch. If the right kind of business
men take hold of this enterprise, it
could be put on a paying basis the
first year. Dobtless many would take
stock. There is nothing of the kind
in the county and all know there is no
trouble fo get a crowd to come to a
county fair. Lets talk the matter over.
irle i ........ ...
So! Mixed 8 4,1" "
No. 450—St.Loul* and K.U. Ex......7:30 P m
No. 482—Mtxe<l................................. ni
One Minute Cough uure
For Co>”>h8, Colds and Croup.
A. B OLESON,
Contractor and Builder.
Will be found at Frazier Building
corner 9th St. and Manvel Ave.
come to %■ —
SPEAR’S WAGON YARD
For Good and
4.4 J. LV DILLON, Prop
Southern Security Co.
Geo. H. Nichols, Mgr.
,1. W. DTLLARD, M D.,
PHYS.CIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls answered day or night.
Phones:—Office, 214; Resilience, :t*; Steam
Hath, 112; Honpital, lf»8.
Office Over Corbin & Lynch’s
The Lincoln County
ROOM6. CLAPP BUILDING.
H. D. FRAZIER K. D. FRAZIER
FRAZIER & FRAZIER
Gimr In season—Chickens and Turkeys—Salt
us—Beet and Pork—Saiisniie, etc.
This signature is on erery box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablets
remedy that cures n cold In one
^ Antiseptilene -
L’ i 4 M 4 I
First National Bank
ii Hot and Cold Baths
iK JESSE FUNK. PROP,
“Hello'.” “Hello” “Is this Rit-
ter?” “Yes.” “'This is Jones,
did you send that ease of beer up
to my house today?” “Nes sir. ’
“Was it the same as the last case
[ got.” “Yes sir, ORIGINAL Bud-
WEISER.” “Well, it s all right
then: say Ritter, have you the
Faust draught beer on tap?” Yes
Jones, freth and cold.” “All
right, I’ll be down soon for a
glass, I think it is the best keg
Will negotiate short Loans ob I
Household B'urniture, Pianos and oth-
er personal property. No publicity.
1 Quick money. If you want a l°an
1 cbmc and seeus. Room in the Wolcott,
I Block, Chandler, Oklahoma.
Farm For You
Arc you satisfied at Home? Or do you wish
!"it: V:;rr„, I," !h"l
voiirMelf? You Hhoiihl investigate
San Joaquin Yali.ky of California
11I1H to offer liUBtlern. In that gn
grown nlne-tentliH of the l. 1
Ithe Santa Fe. Write lor liemplilcts
to "! (' O’Neil, A. T. k S F. K.v Oklahoma
! City, O. T.
We are authorized t<>
Uooi"-r. of North Semlnoie i«
eandl'late for the "ttU*- "f ■ «»ut
■toner in the necoiid dUtrlet. huI.j- ...... •
■lon«*r in the h* <
ii t y commla-
ul*Jt*ot to the
announce that W
We are author zed t
thew Burr!* 1* a candidate f(
Iii the third
Hon of eiuiniy ■ ' '
dlatrict, subject t<» the tie nion «.f t • ,|,"*o-
erntlc-i>o|iullHt primary t • tie held July 14.
W. J. .
lien UH t»>
Harding of Hryan township, author-
......... in ■nniHini'H that he I* »i 1 itidldate
for coniniiHHtoner (tlilr t i -tr ' '
the declalon of the deinocritC i • pulint prl-
lory to be held J lily U
Prof. Butcher conducted the chapel
It was said bv l’rof. Butcher and
sanctioned by Supt. Shotwell that
“there has not been twenty minutes
lost” which goes to prove the diligence
of the instructors.
Prof Hayes of Stroud made a few
-- I There will be a teachers’ social to-
(Third District. 'nbrldattheschoolhousesotheteach-
J. M. lJttleton, Id Mi-i k' i. nnhnrlies ...... n. iiatim.se. ,
onnouutc Hint Im is a . ■ '"f m; ' become better aei,1111IIteLl.
eomndssloiu’r In tin* 11»:■ 't, ' ’ '
IJidy Hm0''rK,1C'l’l'|,U Book-keeping Gass this afternoon.
Many words of praise come to
me in this wav regarding our beer,
wines and liquors. A sample or-
der from you will convince you
that 1 am headquarters for good
goods at reasonable prices.
Strich & Zeidler's Newest Stylus
of High Grade Uprights
just received and a *e on
sale at Kent & Wolf s.
Everybody is invited to
try them and make a choice
Prices moderate according
to quality. Catalog of in-
formation free on request.
T H. F1LTSCH
It is none too early to plan your summer
vacation. You will be considerably assist-
ed if you have at hand the descriptive book-
lets issued by the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul
Lake resorts aud other ideal summer
homes in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Illinois and Iowa are described. Books
with rates for tickets and board, informa-
tion about routes and train service, sent for
six cents’postage. .
G. L. COBB,
Southwestern Pass. Agt.
907 Hain St. Kansas City, Mo
to tho <h*< l*ion uf 1'"'
primary t<» !»«■ belli.
We are authorized t > unnmim ■ that K
Gayninn «»f Chan'll'1 '.iwn.-t.lp. lr
date for comiul**lon>*r from tin* *'-, '»n«l <Us
trlct. subject t• • 11 • i>i*i"u • t In- "’rat
te-po|iultMt primary to bv held July 14.
W’e are authorized to ammunce that John
hv of Strou'l In a caiulblate for the
____ of county '•"iiimiHsi*iiicr In tl"' I irnt
dlatrlct, xul'i't t i" in •!» niocratl*-I'opullHt
primary to be h»*i<l July
We are authorize'! to anno
Crain of (
%1.... ........................Kunce that, W.c.
aln of U»<aKe township Is a camll'late
r nomination nh rount.v ' ominirodoaer In
,e 1st dintrlct, subject t » the decision of the
aemocratU-populist primary to be held
We are authorized to announce that Slier
man It. Springer of Union township is a
candidate for county commissioner In tin
Second district, subject to the decision of the
democratic-populist primary to be held
T. J. (ireen well authorize* us t«> at
ie is a c
1. J. wrct'i
that he Is a earn
authorizes us to announce
dldate for nomination for
subject to the action of the
to be held
Those visiting today were Ed Mc-
Kitn, Miss l’arnie Steward and aunt.
NOTICE, UNITED FARMERS.
Xinlted Farmers' stockholders will
take notice that there will be a meet-
ing of the stockholders at ( handler
Ha’.urday, July 9, 1904.
W. A. Tovrea,
AN OKLAHOMA FARMER A
Oklahoma City, June 2 >. William
Skala, a well-to-do Bohemian farmer,
committed suicide near here tonight
by swallowing carbolic acid. He was
70 years old. There is no cause known
here for the deed.
Dr. c, M. Trnry ot Tryon. authorises us to
nin.nun, ,, tIn,t in* 1. aramildats tor the Horn-
limit,,ii ut coroner, stiMeci to the decision oi
the democratic—popillst primarv to l»-j held
To Cure a Cotd in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Qutnino Tab
lets. AH duuggists refund tic money
If it fails o cure. E. W. Gtove’s
signature is on eaeu box. 25 J.
the impurities l^dffiuon to every part of the body,
If you have any signs 0.f„Sidney or Kl^aaer * a few days and prevent a
,at y G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four Years.
G B Burhans of Carlisle Center, N. Y., writes:
ru,b.syry w i« 'h.r.rs.m
pain and sympto V nf those symptoms during the four
How to Find Out.
You can easily determine if your kidney* are
pain Bnu "•’’“'had'a" return of any of those symptoms d'uring the four
I have never had a rrtuiTi , am evidently cured to stay cured, and
vears that have cl®Pu .• . tz.j.... nr. any one suffering fron
yeara* that have el.pr-d ,n I I »
heartily recommend Foley a Kidney C
kidney or bladder trouble.
Two Sizes, 50 Cents and $1.00.
SOLD UNO RECOMMENDED BV -SEJ2S
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