Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 215, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 9, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
J * L
H. M. Johnson,
H. H. Johnson.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, S5C.GOO.
CAPITAL as large as any Bank in Oklahoma
outside of Oklahoma City. Every courtesy
and accommodation extended our patrons that
is consistent with good business.
Wle Solicit Your Patronage,
Do you not prefer to transact
your business through a home
man as far as possible? I
make nearly all my loans in my own name—make all examinations
myself and close loans without delay. Let met tell you what I can do
for you. Write or call.
Room 6 Hoffman Bldg
A. E. ROSS
ersonal and Otherwise
Bits of News Gathered for Our Reade
Jack Dunn cams
in last night from
W. P. Crouch went to Depew, I. T.,
returned from Guthrie
J. J. Davis
W. Burgess returned fromOklahoma
City at noon.
was a passenger to
Stroud at noon.
Mrs. W. A. Braselton returned last
night from Stroud.
Leslie Caldwell returned at noon
from a trip to Guthrie
Miss Mary McElHinney returned
last night from Oklahoma City.
C. E. Noble was at Guthrie yester-
day, returning on the evening train.
C. O Pinch and J. J. Davis were
early morning passengers to Guthrie.
New York Hardware Co. has a full
line of incandescent lamps, 16 and
Ev Stinnett returned this morning
Angus Ames went to
noon to look after an
for the Ames estate.
Mrs. L. M. Corey, who has beep
visiting her father, S. Goines, left last
evening for Oklahoma City.
Rev. I. T. Rice of Sparks, who has
been attending the revival meetings
here, went to Wellston last evening.
Jack Burton came in last night
from Davenport, where he had been
overseeing work on the Ames farm.
Mrs. T. B Knapp returned last
night from a visit with her daughter,
Mrs. North Losey, at Oklahoma City.
Tickets for the Peerless Eentertain-
ers at the Christian church tomorrow
night are on sale at the City Drug
Edson R. Waite was in the city this
morning from Quincy, 111., in the in-
terest of the Publishers’ Collection
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Newberry of
Bennett McCoy wishes to announce
that he has received a selection of
small tenpin balls, so the fatigue and
exhaustion experienced by handling
heavier balls may now be avoided.
Mr. Charles L. Halstead and Miss
Anna Hedrick, both of Parkland, were
united in marriage at the Baptist par-
sonage in this city yesterday after-
noon at 3 o’clock, Rev. L. W. Marks j
J. P. McGehee is down from Agra, j
He has moved to Agra from his farm
to take charge of the pumping station
at that point. The Katy has put in a
thirty acre reservoir at Agra to fur-
nish water for all trains on the road.
Mr. McGeehee tells us that the new
gin built to replace the one lecently
burned started up again for business
last Friday and cotton is coming in
The list of moving pictures to be
shown by the Peerless Eentertainers
at the Christian church tomorrow
evening and Friday evening include:
"Mt. Pelee and St. Pierre Disaster/’
the world’s greatest calamity; “A
Pictorial Tour Through the Rockies,”
“The Battle of San Juan Hill,”
“Roosevelt’s Rough Riders and Cav-
alry Drill,” “Moving Fire Engines,”
“Foxy Grandpa and the Wireless
Telegraphy,” “Watermelon Contest”
illustrated songs and many comic
features. Don’t fail to see and hear
it all. Admission 25c.
Chandler, Okla., Dec. 9, 1903.
Range of markets furnished by pi i
vate wire to the Chandler Cotton
Exchange (office upstairs near tele-
phone office), telephone No. 45.
W heat No. 2
You Know What You are Taking
When you take Grove’s Tastelesr
Chill Touic because the formula ii
plainly printed on every bottle show
ing that it is simply iron and quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay
Corn No. 2—
Oats No. 2—
May 35 j
Mess pork per
Jan if 10 92
1 1 (15
May 11 25
Lard per 100 pounds—
Jan 6 30 6 37 (i 30 0 37
May H 45 « 55 6 45 0 52
Short ribs per 100 pounds—
Jan 5 90 5 95 5 90 5 92
May 6 07 6 15 6 07 ti 12
Receipts of live stock—
Chicago 40,000 10c l’r 27,000 lower
Kas CitylO.OOO “ “ “ —
Omaha 0,000 “
New York cotton—
“ 4,500 “
Dec 13 08
Jan 19 19
Mar 12 38
Muy 12 45
July 12 45
at 600: sales 7,000;
Futures opened lower closing firm at
Open 2 pm Close
Dec (> 52-50 0 50 ti 55-56
Dec-Jan 6 49-42 ti 42 6 53
Jan- Feb 6 42-30 6 40 0 48-40
Feb-Mar 6 41-38 6 39 0 46-47
Mar-Apr 6 41-36 ti 38 6 45-46
Apr-May 6 41-36 ti 37 6 44-45
May-June (i 41-36 ti 30 6 44-45
June-July 6 41-36 6 35 6 43-44
Ramon’s Liver Pills are tonic pel
lets a complete, pleasant, scientilie
treatment for constipation and bil-
iousness 25 doses, two medicines,
25c, All druggists
Successor of THE BANK OF HOFFMAN, CHARLES & CONKLIN
Oldest Bank Iti Lincoln Counly
Ci timid It*f-.
OK In ho in ci
W. J. WALLACE, M. D.
W. Q. HI SURE, M. p
2)rs. 2b/a//crce dt fflisbec
Physicians and Surgeons
Special attention given to Dlmween of Women hi
Static exaiutnutUitiH nml treatment tor all cliront
n«I nil Ilectul Troubles
If (I I Mi'll Ht*H.
Office and Sanitarium in Fletcher Bldg.
‘Masters of Trowel and Hammer.’
GAINES &- BAKER
Contractors and Builders
Joo wora a specialty. See us before letting your work, as we will
save you money. Write us. Box 145. CHANDLEii, OKLA.
from a short business trip to Sapulpa, Cincinnati, Ohio* who have been the
Dan Chitwood left last night for j
Anniston, Alabama, to visit old j
Seargent Clark of Co. M at Oklaho-
ma City, is in the city today visiting
guests of E. Roor and family, left last
night for home.
Marriage license was issued today
to Edward L. Hudson and Emma O.
Waters, both of Tryon. They were
married by Judge Cordell.
Get most for your money. Get widest possible choice.
5 ou cannot be sure that your money has done its best
unless you see our line of holiday goods and get our
prices. We have just those lines of goods most desira-
ble as gifts.
Albums, Toilet lets. Manicure Sets,
Pocket, Books, Purses, Stationery,
Books, Hair, Cloth, Toot,h and Nall
Brushes, Perfumes, Cigars, Etc.
It is idle to specify, for there are a hundred* items to
choose from. 5 ou must see them. Those who come to
look are as welcome as those who come to buy.
A. Gelape of Luther, who has been i
here on business, retuined home last;
Mrs. Della Critser died yesterday at
fhe home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Busha, four miles south-
west of town, after a brief illness.
, . . ! Box ball is best suited to give phvs-
homaCtty this morning to remain L, exerci it exhilarates, stimu-
,ereraI days- ’ hates and brings color to the cheeks
Mrs. E M. Kinlock, who has been j without the e.Yhaustion and fatigue
visiting at Guthrie, went to Seneca, experienced from handling heavier
Mo., at noon. I balls. 2l0t(i
A. D. Wright’s
Undertaker and Embalmer
Ol»ILN DAY AND M (i 11 T .
Phone U4 tin cl 20=5
* WINTER TOURIST RATES )
T A T Open rate uj fare and one-third for the
1 1 •*-' round trip with maximum selling rate of
~~ * $3-50 between points within a distance
of 100 miles, and rate of one fare plus 50 cents for the round
trip between points outside of that radius and within a dis-
tance of 200 miles
Tickets on Sale Dec. 24, 25 and 35, 5 903, and Jan.
4, 5904. Return Limit Jan. 4.
A Word L o
Lovers of Music
Have you heard the sweet tone
of the Strich A Zeidler Piano ?
If not go to the next entertain-
ment at the school house and be
delighted with it. Mrs. Burgess
also nas one of these instruments
on which she is using the pianola
with delightful effect Catalog
ana particulars furnished free
MRS. THERESE F1LTSCH
A sure sign of approaching revolt j \
and serious trouble in your system is [ I
nervousness, sleeplessness or stomach i J
n|isr-' |-.i -i-ii-i,- Bitters wi I i quick ! v I
dismember the troublesome causes, it j A
never fails to tone the stomach, rogu- f
late tl.e kidneys and bowels, stimulate A
the liver and clarify the blood. Run *
down systems benefit particularly and ' |
jail the usual attending aches vanish- T
" i• • i- it-, si-ari-liinc and thni-uugh el- I
fectiveness. Electric Bitters is only
1 50c, and that is returned if it don’t
i give perfect satisfaction. Guar a iteed
j by A. D. Wright, druggist.
j Sunny - South j
I * I
Tickets on sale daily until April 30, 1901, to the prin-
cipal winter resorts of Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama,
Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, Louisiana and Texas.
Return limit. Juno 1, 1904.
Full details on application.
c:. \a/. strain.
Division Passenger Agent
North, East and Southeast
One fare plus
$2.oo for the
round trip to points in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota,
Missouri, Nebraska. Colorado and all southern states.
j Boys, do You Want to Win a
I The Fort Worth Telegram wants !
| boys in this town to make money sell- j
ing the Sunday Telegram which will
come to Chandler early every Sunday !
morning. In addition to the money |
to be earned selling papers, The Tele- i
gram will give awav tine watches to ,
every hoy who will sell acertain num-: tell you what a wonderful effect Cham- j
her of papers. The new Sunday Tele- ! berlain’s Cough Remedy has pro-}
gram will contain a fine eight-page duced. The day before Easter I was '
comic and magazine supplement print- so distressed with a cold and cough
ed in colors, and many other pages of that I did not think to be a ole to take j
interesting stories and features. In j any duties the next day, as my voice!
RECTOR OF ST. LUKE’S.
Ashburnham, Ontario, Testifies to j
the Good Qualities of Chamber
iain’s Cough Remedy.
Ashburnham, Ont., April 18, loo.'i.
I think it is only right that I should
j Wichita, Kas.
The Publicist for prices on Job
Work and at once. We please.
Tickets on Sale Dec, 59, 20, 25 and 26, Limited
• Days from Date of Sale
Student and Teachers
Fare and one-third for
the round trip. This
rate is authorized for the benefit of students and teachers of
Universities, Colleges and Seminaries. m^iring to spend the
holidays at home. Tickets will be sold only on presentation
of certificate of the proper official of the institution. Tiokets
on sale the closing’ day of the institution and day following4
Full information on request,
G. 11 LEE, G.P.&T.A. Little Ilock,Ark.
j. s. McNally, d. p. a.
Oklahoma City, O. T-
j—r • j——
fact, The Sunday Telegram will be
equal to any of the Chicago, St. Lou s
or New York Sunday papers. Boys,
write at once for particulars. Address
raent of The Telegram.
; was almost choked by the cough. The |
J same day 1 received an order from
you for a bottle of your Cough itern- |
jedv. I at once procured a sample
I bottle, and took about three doses of
; the medicine. .To my great relief the
j cough and cold had completely disap-j
j pea red and I was able to preach three
i times on Easter day. 1 know that this
ah- rapidly and effective cure was due to I
lots. A1 druggists refunu the mouo.v i vuyi- <igh li* ■ ly. I ifluke this
if it fails ,o cure. E. W Oi aves’ testimonial without solicitation, being
sigtat . g on eacn box. 25:. thankful to have found such a
sent remedy. Respectfully yours,
.Liver spots have spoiled many E. A. Langfelt, M. A.,
pretty complexions and nothing sol * Rector of St. Luke’s church, j
completely removes them as Rai :->n’s| To Chamberlain's Medicine t.'o.
Tonic Regulator. “Just a mite of! '1 i is remedy - for sale by A. D.
To Cure a Cold in Out L ay-
Take Laxative Bromo Quinn i
this pleasant vegetable powder on
retiring paints the bloom of health on
the cheeks. Large tin boxes 25c. All
One Minute GcugSa uure
For Coughs, Colds and Croup.
Very Low Rate.
Offi.V 82.'..u - I'r<>m ;i!i S-tnlii F .-.tat imis in ( tkl.-iju,, .
On sale every day to and including November
30, 1903. The same rate to intermediate points
whose regular rate is higher.
Through Pullman Tourist Sleepers to New Mexico,
Arizona and*California from Purcell, Oklahoma
City, and Guthrie every Wednesday.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED excursions from
• Newton three times a week.
You’re going to*California?
N!■- tie* unit- III ru.-fci-.f I o:y inqu • , , *
Don’t Wifit untijl you’re ready to start on your travels
\\ rite me, and 1 will .quote you rates, tell you about the t
equipment, hours departure arid arrival in fuel win ,Tii
that'll he of material hylp after as well as before’you star.
F. C. O’NEIL, Commerical Agent,
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa F-e Railway Company
OKLAHOHA CITY, OKLAHOMA
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
French, Mrs. W. H. Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 215, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 9, 1903, newspaper, December 9, 1903; Chandler, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911793/m1/3/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.