Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 215, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 9, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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in the Season, but
Our White Pine
Has Quite a
Those Who Have
Corbin & Lynch
good hut that according to his exj er-;
I ience did not grow well here.
Mr. McNabb then made a request
that anyone who had anything to say
j on the subject do so, and a general
! discussion followed.
| H. I. Stever.s said that alfalfa
would grow all right on upland, not
: to pasture It at all.
Mr Bickford made a few remarks
i on alfalfa and said that timothy
would do well on bottom land,
j J. S. Newby stated that he sowed 65
| cts. worth of alfalfa last spring in a
hog lot and while small turned hogs
onto it and later harvested enough
feed to lust three months.
Mr. Thoburn stated that if alfalfa
would do well no other way it
would do ail right if the ground was
After some remarks by other par-
ties the institute adjourned.
[First published Dec. 0, lboR.J
MlKIUI I S SALK.
Chandler Daily Publicist.
Published every evening except Sunday.
Entered at the Postoffice at Chandler
»• Serond-clAHH Matter.
Delivered by carrier, per week................10c
Six Months ....................................... 2.00
Three Uontha I 00
MRS. W. H. FRENCH,
Editor and Publisher.
DECEMBER (» 1903.
Interesting Program Yesterday
Followine the election of officers
yesterday afternoon C. A McNabb
made some interesting remarks on the
grade of corn that should be selected
for an exhibit. It should be as near
Of Lincoln County Teachers' asso-
ciation to be held at Stroud Satur-
day, Dec. 19:
1. Music—Miss Sura Flynn, Chand-
2 Hull call, members to respond
by naming a wild Mower, native of
3. “Mutual Relation of Teacher and
Parent,” Prof. J. H. Bayes, prin-
cipal of Chandler schools. Gen-
Paper, “Reading,” It. V. 'retu-
“How to Cultivate Habits of Neat-
ness in Pupils,” Mrs. A. Upde-
gralf, Stroud. General discussion.
“Importance of Current Events,”
Ira J. Meyers, Baker. General
Music—Miss Sara Flynn.
Recitation by pupil of Stroud
“What May Parents and School
Hoards Rightfully Expect of the
Teacher,” Dr. J. C. Hurtou.
Paper, “School Room Decora-
tion,” Miss Mattie Kirtley, Chan-
“What May the Teacher Right-
fully Expect of School Hoards
nnd Parents," Prof. Cox of
Prague,Miss Lena Smith, Sac and
Fox Agency,Prof. Theodore Wat-
At this meeting of the association a
committee will be appointed to revise
constitution and by-laws also one for
preparation of manual for Lincoln
County Teachers’ association, a
general attendance is therefore re-
quested. C. M. Allen,
The Lone Star State.
Down In Texas,
Notice 1h hereby given that I, William
Tilglituitn, sheriff of Lincoln county, oklu-
ami iim ii
- ................J l.V, t
Iioiiiu territory, will .01 Saturday, the
lt»th day of December, 1908, between tin
o'clock a. in. antlM» o’clock p. tn
the hour of I o'cltx
|>. III. UH
■ May at the corner of Manvel
nt b Mtreet null in front of the
Ion National Bank In « Intudler. Lincoln
county, Oklahoma territory. sell at public
auction lo the highest bidder for nodi. 1."
head of cattle ami one mule, the property of
Anderson (’. Kennedy, umleraiitl by virtue of
an order of itale issued out of tin* office of the
t ier- of the district court of Lincoln coiintv,
Oklahoma Territory In favor of KHtclle ll.Jf
t the Haiti Andenton Kennedy
ft»r $ 1792 20,
tHereon, #100.00 attor-
h autl necrulngcosts and
•tin of Hitch Halt* In tin*
man against tin- kii
on a judgment In Haiti court .... „ ..
with $187.80 Interent thereon, fluo.oo atto
iie.VM feen. $ 52.05 coHtM ant! uceruiugeosts an
will apply the proceeds of Hitch wale In the
vment of hiicIi Judgment, attorneys feen
WitncMH my hunt] at('handler, Haiti countv
ami territory, this Mb day «>f December
BHbT. Win. '1 iljfimiun.
By \N#in.#l 1. <’rume, Deputy
(First piibllslieil Nov. 20,1908.)
LIOUOR LICENSE NOTICE.
Territory of Oklahoma,county of Lincoln,mm
To all whom*lt may concern:
Notice Ih hereby given that I. the under-
signed. AHIen Randolph, did on tin- 171Ii tlay
of Nov., 1008, fih* in tin1 office of tin*
county clerk of Maid Lincoln county,Oklnlio-
mnterrltorv, my application by petition of a
majority of tin* resident freeholders of con-
gressional towiiHlilp number 10 north, of
ranged east of tlie I. M., the panic being 11
part of the municipal towiiHlilp known aw
Cimarron. in tin* county and territory nforc-
hmid setting forth that the unde’rslgtied
applicant in a person of respectable
character nnd standing in
inracter and hi
HiildtowiiHhip ami prnying'tlint a licet
he ImmiumI to Iiiin ity tin* <
(First pub’lHbed Nov. 27tti, 19(«—8t>
Before W. ti. Morris, a Justice of the Peace
wit Ida and fort handler city, Lincoln county
Ok lain *
I *. Nortt
>1 fXl IIt Iff. X H.
ill. Jewelry Co.,
Geo. Strode A N. Sc
1 '• HVH
by tlie plaintiff nbov» named, in the
uninionH by publication,
rode, noti-rertident defendant,
bereliy notified that you have licen
plaintiff above named, In
that unless you appearand answer or other-
wisc plead to plaintiff's bill of particulars on
or before t lie 19th day of December, 1908,
judgment will be rendered against you ac-
•lliiK to prayer of Maid bill of particulars
J. IL A. Robert!
named, on an open account,
ff clalttiH $51.90 and Interest;
• nt her
Witness my lintni tills 25tli.du.v of Novem-
W. 0. Morris,
J ti Ht Ice of t tie Peace.
( First published Nov. 27, 1908 )
Before W. ti. Morris, a justice of the pence
within ami for chandler city.Lincoliicounty,
William Lewis * Sons, n partnership,
plaintiff vm. tief». Strode, defendant
Service of summons by publication.
To (leo. Strode, non-resident defendant:
You are hereby notified
been sued by the plaintiff
the court above named
That plaintiff cluinu
011 an open account
$27.ss and Interest;
ml answer or othe
that unless you appearand answer or other
wise plcml to plaintiff's bill of particulars on
or before the 19th day of December, 11108,
judgment will be rendered against you tie-
cording to prayer of said bill of particulars.
mav be Issued to him by the county clerk
nail tlie county commissioners ofsaid county
for tin* sale at retail of malt, spIrltotiH nail
vinous liquors noon lot number nne(l> in
block number thirteen <18>ln the village of
Tryon, mid that said petition and appli-
cation will be heard on the 4th day "f Dec., '
1908, and Htihl license issued on said tlay j
unless there be objections mid remonstrance I
thereto in writing be filed in the office of
the county clerk mi or before the said -4 th i
day of December, 1908.
Witness my hand this the 17th day of No-!
vetnber, 1908. Allen Randolph,
J. B. A. Robertson, Ids attorney.
Witness my hand this
Justice of the Peace.
B. A. Roberts.)
W. <!. Morris,
Attorney for plaintiff.
.orney for 1
(First published Nov. 20, 1908.)
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE.
(First published Oct. 80, 1908.)
In tlie district court for Lincoln county,
< *khi liman territory.
Estelle Hoffman, plaintiff, vs. Anderson ('.
Kennedy and Mary E. Kennedy, defend-
By virtue of an order of sale issued to me
out of the district court of Lincoln county,
territory of Oklahoma, in the above entitled
action I will. 011 tin* 2d day of December.
1908, nt 2 o’clock p. m. of Maid day, at tin*
1 front door of tlie court house I11 the city of
''handler, epunty of Lincoln and territorV of
I Oklahoma offer at public sale ami sell to‘tlie
I highest bidder for cash In hand all the fol-
I lowing described real estate, to-wit.
; Lots one (1) ami two (2) and the south
'half of the northeast quarter, ot erwlse
I known ns the northeast quarter of section
I two (2 1 in township thirteen (18) north of
range three CD, east of the Indian meridian
In Lincoln county. Oklahoma territo
unty, Oklahoma territory.
The above described property is taken ns
the property of said defendants.'Anderson <’.
Kennedy and Mary E. Kennedy, husband
d wife, and is directed by order of sale to
and wife, ai
he sold and will In* sold, wit
nient.jto satisfy said order of sale.
Sheriff of Lincoln coil
!" m. 1 ilgiiniau.
By Win. 11. Crume,
Hoffman & Embry, Attorneys.
Territory of Oklahoma.eounty of Lincoln,hh.
1 o till whom it may concern;
Notice is hereby given that I, tin* under-
signed, G T. Trix, did on tin* 19th tlay
of November. 1908, file in the office of tlie
county clerk of tin* sal I Lincoln cmoitv,Okla-
homa territory, my application by petition
of <1 of the resident freeholders of South
Fox township, in tie* eountv mid territory
aforesaid, setting forth t
applicant is a person of
ter and standing and a resident of the sab’
territory and praying that a license may be
issued to bltn by the county clerk and the
county commissioners of the said Lincoln
county for the sale of malt, spirituous
and vinous liquors on lot No. 4, in block
No. 88, in tlie village of Davenport,
of the said township of South Fox,
ami that sahl petition and application
will l>,* heard on tin* 4th dtiv of December.
1 till." —- ■ • • • • ’
Hat t lie undersigned
1908, unless there be objections and remon-
strance tiled In tlie office of the county clerk
of said county on or before t lie -4 th day of
A Fine Line of Watches,
At prices to suit all, the large and small. Get our prices be
fore buying. Everything us represented or money back. Fine
watch, clock and jewelry repairing a specialty.
B. E. Fretwell
Stutsman &. Fretweil's
J. H. McCLANAHAN
ATTORNEY- AT-1, A W
DU. A. B. POTTER
Office upstairs )
Feuquay Building j
First National Bank
Hot and Cold Baths
JESSE FUNK. Prop
A. M. MARSHALL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offices over Cox & ('ox's Drugstore. Calls
answered promptly—day or night.
Patronize a Home
Chas. B. Wilson | Chas B. Wilson, Jr
WILSON & WILSON
Office Room 11 (
Hoffman Building f CHANDLER, O T
ness my hand tills 19th dnv of Noveni-
(1. T. Frtx,
[First published Oct. 80, 1908.)
In the probate court I11 the county of Lin-
coln. Oklahoma territory.
In tin* matter of the estate of Charles Crane,
The territory of Oklahoma to the heirs mid
tlie saiil Charles Crane,
next, of kin
You are hereby notified
pplleil for let
r[First published Nov. 20, 1903.
NOTICE OF SALE.
the probate court of Lincoln county1,
The First N
witionai 10*nk of ('handler, o. T.,
11i*>n duly organized and exi
that Mary Crane
supplied for letters of nduiinistratlon on
sold estate and that said application will be
heard at a regular term of said court held at
tlie court room of said court on tin* 14tli
day of November, 1908. at one o’clock p. 111.,
and that notice of this proceeding is ordered
published 8 weeks consecutively in the Ptib-
' licist, a weekly newspaper published in said
county and territory nnd that copies of said
notice be addressed to the heirs of said
deceased at their place of residence in said
territory, and deposited in tin* post office
with postage prepaid by tlie petitioner at
rporatlon duly organized
er ami by virtue of tlie
United States, plaintiff,
Notice is hereby given 1
order of sa
In ws of t In*
I lilted States! plaintiff
iif sal** issued out of tin* probate court
vs. W. H. Stevens,
given that by virtue of a 11
slieriff of Lin o!
rv, will on the 1 st da
mnty, Oklahoma territory, in
Itled cause, 1, tin- undersigned
1 nty.* < 1
at Yoakum, is a big ............
dry goods firm of which J. M. Haller | ritor*v
is the head. Mr. Haller on one of his
trips east to buy goods said to a friend
the above eat
■ otII coll
Ht 2 o'clock p. in. of sa Id day, at the corner
ly. Oklahoma terri-
nf December, 1908,
wit n postage prepaid by til** petit
least ten days priorto such hearing.
Witness my hand and tin* seal
• art hereto affixed
tills 24-th day of 0c-
S. A. ('..r oll,
Probate J udge.
Hoffman & Embry, nttys. for petitioner.
EMERY A FOSTER,
Office in Hoffman Building.
L. A. KELSEY, D. D. S.
Up-stairs, over Chandler Nat’l Bank,
Office hours :—9 a.
And give your collections to
The Western Credit ClearingHouseCo.
W. L. JOHNSON. Local Manager
The Little Chicago
V. O. COMER, Prop.
A hearty invitation to all who read.
Come and enjoy a good smooth 9have.
Sharp Razors. • Clean Towels
Excellent l on.sorial Str/lce.
Give us a call. Tins Little CbicaQO
to 5 p. m.
12 m. and 1
DR. ELIZABETH M. PLUSS
Rooms 3 and 4
of Manvel avenue a ml 111 h street. in tin* city
handler. Lincoln county, Oklahoma tor
cylindrical as possible, the rows well j who was with him in the
filled and should be handled carefully j --Here, take one of these Little Early
so as to prevent knocking the (trains Risers upon retiring and you will be
off. He staled that in his offer to the up early feeling good.” For tho
farmers of Lincoln county of two
round trip tickets to the world's fair
for the two best exhib ts of one-half
bushel of corn, the exhibit will he
judged upon the foregoing points.
.1. S. Newby, president-elect then
named his committee us follows: J.
S. Newby and I.. Bouquet, ex of- Small job printing outfit, consisting
ticio members; K. 1*. DuMoulin, F. S. of one O. S. Gordon press 7x11, and
Dim on and J. S. McAuarney. . one Columbia (ixSI, and about 100 lbs
J. S. McAnarney at the request of type, some fonts almost new, cases,
the president made a few remarks on imposing stone and other fixtures
grasses for Oklahoma. He stated n uking a complete little office. Will
that Bermuda was good and grew j sell the entire outfit for $00 cash, if
well here but was most too short for taken soon. K. F. DuMoulin,
cattle; that timothy und clover were | 3w Chandler, Okla.
“dark brown” taste, headache and
that logy feeling DeWitt’s Little Early
Risers are the best pills to use. Sold
by Corbin & Ly nch.
For Sale at a Bargain.
ller. Lincoln county, o
lellthe following deseri
tlie highest bidder for cash In
(First published Oct. 80, 1908.)
In the district court for Lincoln county, \ Mtiuvol Avenue.
l\ S. Hoffman, plaintiff, vs. Jolik E. Holt \ CHANDLER -
ami IVrniaiim* Holt, defendants.
B.v virtue of an ordei
W. DILLARD, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls answered day or night.
I Office Over Postoffice
A stock of liarncHs,
whips and other stock
tools for the tuanufactu
nesH und saddles, all
nted in a certain fra
avenue in said city
Witness my hand tills ldtli
her, a. I). 1908. Win. Tllghnia
By Win. H. Cm me, Deputy.
day »>f No vein-
By wm. II. Ciunu
ItlttcnhouHc A BittcnmniHc, Attys. for I’lff.
(First published Nov. 20, 1908.
Territory of Oklahoma, Lim nln county, ss.
In t he probate court of said
probate court of said county,
re Is hereby given Unit on tlie 17th day
of November, A. D. 1908,
Keokuk ami Charles Keokuk filed
tin* probate court of Lincoln county
By virtue of tin order of sale issued t«
... ,, , I out of the district court of Lincoln countv, I
saddles, blankets. J Oklahoma territory. In the above entitled
nde. together | action, I will, on the 2d dnv or December
during of liar- 1908, at 8 o'clock p. in. of dn.v, at the
I of said property situ- | front door of the court house in thecltvof
line building on Manvel ( Chandl- r, eounty of Lincoln and territorV of '
of < handier. Oklahoma j Oklahom .. offer at public sale and sell to'the I
higlicsi bidder for cash in hand nil the fol-
low!' c described real estate, to-wir:
T! • southwest qunrter of the northeast '
«1«»» i ter of section two (2), in township 14. I
north of range six (Co. east «»f the Indian I
!. rldian in Lincoln county, Oklahoma tend- i
Ti e above i],*»'-rihed property is taken as 1
tin* property of the said defendants. .Jolm E. J
Ho t and I’ertmilim* Holt, husband nnd wife, i
and is directed by order of sale to be sola
nnd will be sold, without appraisement, to !
satisfy said order of sale.
Sheriff of Lincoln county.Oklahoma '("er. I
By Win. 11. Online,
Hoffman & Embry, Attorneys.
A. E. Stutsman
Boot and Shoe Cobbling ana
Second Hand goods—all kinds
in stock. Arms and Accoutre-
Bankrupt Stock Merchandise
laliom/i territory, a petition praying fur let-
l ters of administration to lie iss
Lee Patrick, upon the
estate of Moses
Keokuk, deceased, late of the county of
Lincoln nnd territory of Oklahoma.
And pursuant to tin order of said probate
court, Monday, the 7th day of I)e •emher, A.
D. 1908, at the hour of lo o’clock n. m. of
said day.-that being a ’ \ of the regular
November term, \ D. 19o:». of said probate
irt, has been m pointed as the time for
said application, when and where
Chandle?' - Cotton - Cxchaneye
L-otton, Srain, Provisions
and investment Securities
Telephone 4 "5
COTTON IS KING
The burenu of agriculture at Washington, D. C., on
Deicember iJnl, 1OOU, placed the estimate of this seasons
crop ’n bales at
This was considerably lower than tho estimate given
out by what we consider very conservative cotton people,
and indicates much higher prices for cotton \Ye ud\ise the
purchase of March and May cotton on any decided break,
for a handsome profit. A:- to our financial abilitv in this
trade we give as reference, The State National Hank, National
Bank of Commerce, The American National Bank of Oklaho-
ma City and the Union National Bank of Chandler.
Our correspondents the A. M. McDearniottCommission
company of Kansas City, Mo., are one of the strongest
houses in the west, and we solicit the closest investigation
as to the financial ability of ourselves and our correspond
cuts. Soliciting a part of your business, we remain, ’,
Yours very truly,
Chandler Cotton Exchange
HARRAH (Si, FULLERTON, Props.
Chandler, O. T.
tiny person interested inny eontest said p>
tion by tiling written opposition thereto on
tin* ground of incompotency of tlie applicant
Kir tuny assert his own rights to the admiii-
Ktrntiou ami pray that letters be issued t..
\\ itu >ss my hntul and official seal this 1 7tli
i day of November 1908.
(Setil) S. A. Cordell, *
Probate J udge.
Hoffman & Embry, Attys. fur petitioners.
[First published Dec. 4, 1908,]
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tin* matter of the eNttite of Charles I).
Harris, Into of tin* county of Lincoln, ter-
ritory of Oklahoma, deceased.
All persons having claims
j Charles l>. Harris, deceased, a
exhibit the sanu with the necessary
I ers to the undersigned, duly appoint
ti ii y Glasses
Dr. Benj. Glaser
Late of Austria--Office at Egbert Hottl
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p.m.
Big 4 2nd Hand Store
Opposite Mascho building,_ where you
! gel a clean shave ;i”-i courteous treat-
j meut for /Oa. J. K. jACKSON, Prop
12TH AND MANVEL
Large, airy rooms, good table, first-
class sample room in building.
*re due to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of every
one hundred people who have heart trouble
oan remember when it was simple Indiges-
tion. It is a scientific fact that ail cases of
leart disease, not organic, are not only
iraceable to, but are the direct result of Indl-
festion. All food taken into the stomach
-•hich fails of perfect digestion ferments and
‘wells the stomach, puffing it up against the
heart. This interferes with the action of
Iho heart, and in the course of time that
delicate but vital organ becomes diseased.
Mr D. Kauble. of Nevada. 0..saya: I had stomKh
trouble and was in a bad state as 1 had heart trouTio
with It. I took hodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four
months and it cured mo.
Kodol Digests What You Eat
and relieves the stomach of all nervous
strain and the heart of all pressure.
Bottles only. $1.00 Size holdlns i'i times the trial
size, which sells for 50c,
yropared by E. C. DeWITT & 00., OHIOAda
Sold by Corbin & Lynch
the Scenic Route
ROY V Hi- .'MAaN.
arc required to
>ce«8a ry vo . eh-
H0FFM a \ \ EMBRY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in tho Hoffman, Charles
cY C'onklin Building ov®r Bank.
• Hik'd Hdniinlsfrntnr of tin* estate of said
•eased at L.vdln. in the county of Lincoln
F. W. RASH
notice lias been limited by
of Oklahoma, und that four
y order of the pro-
d saltl Lincoln county as the
creditors t.f «abl dtveased to exhibit
esent their claims against said estate.
A TT0R N KY - A T-L A \V
d the 1st day of December, 1908.
R. L Hughes.
Ail tn i nis t rat or.
(.First published Nov. 27, 1908,t
Gardner building i
! territory of Oklnliomn, Lincoln county,
- B. 0LES0N,
Contractor and Builder.
... te court.
matter *>f the
I i arvey, iliH'eased.
estate of William L.
hh; Will be found at BYazier Building
corner fith Sr. and Manvel Ave.
Notit - is hereby givett tlitit Kitty M. Harvev,
tin* duly appointed ami quuliti'ed executrix 1
of the last will and testament «»f William!
CHANDLER. OK LA Li OBI A
rendered and pr
seated ior settlement and filetl in said com
L. Harvey, dtvensed, lias
sen ted ior settlement i
her final account and rej
istratlon ns such
her petition ft
liny, the 14th duy.of lhveiu
,»ort of her nduiin-
W. R. GULICK
. ami t but Mon-
iber. A. D. 1908,
ng a tlay of a regular term ofsaid court,
to-w it: of the November term. A.D. 1908 at j
10 o’clock in the forenoon nfsaid dnv, tit the
probate court room in the city of Chandler.
(n the salt] county of Lincoln, lias been dulv « . ,,, „
appointed by the said court for the set tie- I Roomfc, Clapp Did g
meat of said account,nt which time and place
nay person interested in said estate may ap-
pear and HI** his exceptions in writing to the
account ami contest the same. H. D. FRAZIER
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the seal of said court
this 25th day of November. 1908.
(Seal) s. a. Cordell.
Probate J udge.
Hoffman A Embry, attys. for executrix.
e Lit coin County Abstract Co,
Abstracts and insurance.
Succssors to MARTIN & SC AM MON.
K. D. FRAZIER
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
FRAZIER & FRAZIER
flinnats va.. Gum* In season—Thickens and Turkey*—Salt
UlgOGla* wiiax yO(l CJli J Meats—Beef and Cork—Sausage, etc.
W. R. GUCLI
Want to build a home, erect
a block or procure money
in Chandler for any pur-
Plate Glass or Acci-
made? If so,
Call or Drop a Card
Tiie Lincoln County
ROOM 6. CLAPP BUILDINC
Its rails penetrate th- fertile States of
TEXAS and the
ALABAMA and the
It reaches the rich farming lands of KansrA
i rid Oklahoma, the mineral ficl Is of vSouthc.u
Missouri und Northern Arkansas, the cotton
fields of the South and Southwest, the oil fields
j of Kansas nnd tlie Imfian Territory, and hun-
d "‘ . -fc other industrial plncts of interest and
p-.-fit to tlie hotne-seeker and investor. And
! ist, but not least, it will carry you to the famed
health resorts of the Ozarks,
-Me op »t
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