The Chandler News-Publicist (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, May 7, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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fr'UIDA V, M-\ 1 7, IIH.V
THE CHANDLER NEWS-IMBMCIST
T A fi K. T H R E E
Saturday, May 8th is Our Opening Day
We Announce to the People of Chandler and Vicinity Our Opening Day on Saturday, May 8th
We respectfully call your attention to our entering the mercantile business in this city. This modest an:
nouncement may be only of fleeting interest to the readers of this newspaper, but to us this occasion is fraught
with a certain amount of pride, courage, hope and the elements of risk, all combined together. It is a turning
point in our life journey. We confidentially and courageously face the future, and we have a premonition that our
undertaking here, though we may encounter stumbling blocks, will be crowned with satisfactory results. But
“No man is sufficient unto himself,” and to build up high hopes and visions of success without the kind co-opera-
tion, goodwill and assistance of the* people residing in this locality, would be the height of folly, and here is where
we earnestly appeal to you to give us just a fair chance, “everything being equal.” We ask your kind patronage.
It will be mutually beneficial. We will do everything in our power to please you, sell you dependable goods, and
sell thqm at the lowest possible prices, consistant with quality. It is our aim to build up this business step by
step by*dealing with our patrons squarely, to stand behind every transaction made here, and if for any reason
you are not satisfied thoroughly, we will make it good in every instance. Could we be any fairer.
We have both been in this town for many years, and we seem to be drawn to this place like a magnet. This
is the place .that has appealed stronger to us than any other town in Oklahoma, and right here is as good a place
to make good. Will you help us?. «
For the occasion of our opening we have prepared a veritable flood of bargains, lack of space here forbids us
detailing them all, but we refer you to our large circular for full particulars. Be sure and read it.
Here we are enumerating just a few specials that we are offering during this Opening Day Sale, which will last
for two (2) weeks, beginning Saturday, May 8th.
» Extra Special for Opening Day
75c Men’s Dress Shirts, with detachable collars,,
made of English Percales and Madrasses—great
assortment of patterns; QQn
at the low price of, each 031>
Extra SpeciaJ for Opening Day
$f.00 grade Ctjitfon Taffetas and Satiijs. with neat
stripes of contrasting colors, 27 inches wide, very
much in vogue now;* PQ
Extra Special, per yard...... 03 C
Extra Special for Opening Day Only
8 1-JJc Figured Lawns, mo.^ attractive patterns,
large variety of patterns for you to select from.
Will wash fast—just the material for warm
weather dresses. Only ten yards to the
customer—10 yards for...............
Ektra Special for Opening Day
* $4,50 Messaline Under Skirts;
We have only about 50 of these wonderful values.
They will not last very long—better be here to
get one of them. PQ
Extra Special at....... v 1,03
Heinemann & Goldstein
The NeW Store
In A. A. Mascho ‘Building
Ol II SERAI* BASKET
. The \Ve<‘k In History.
Mon (la>. 3. Jamacia disco^red,
1494. # First medical school in
Tuesday. 4. Hay Market riot, Chi-
cago, 1886. •
Wednesday, 5.— Napoleon abdicted
Thursday, 6. Prussic acid discover-
ed, 17(Jn Robt E. (iearv born.
Friday, 7. Diaz resigns as president
of Mexico, 1911. American Bible
Society organized, in 1816.
Saturday, 8.—Joan of Arc trial,
1431 Peace of Brotigny, 1300.
Sunday, 9. —Columbus started 4th
voyage, 1502. John Brown born,
Of Interest To Wofiicn.
Soap should never be boiled in an
iron vessel; porcelain or granite iron
are better. •
Stray bits of ostrich plumes may
be made into one of rli^ new shoulder
capes and completed by a collar em-
broidered in soutache *
9 Th% temperature of the sleeping
room in winter should never be above
60 d< grt • a and the lees 10got i atooi •
4 0 the better. The cold air stimu-
lates the.blood and brings health and
vigor in its wake.
Hamburg steak can he creamed ex-
actly as dried beef is, and it is really
Keep lemons in an eartheru jar,
covered with water. Refill each week
with fresh water *
In making jelly, if you get it too
sweet and have no more juice, out in
a little pure cider vinegar. It will
“jell” at once, ami th- flavor will not
be at all impaired.
Ereani Pie—One quart of milk,
yolks of three eggs, two cups of
sugar, two tablespoonfuls of flour:
boil this until it thickens. Mure a
nice crust, put In the cream which
has been flavored with lemon and
bake in a quick oven Pcfct the
i whites of the eggs, add four tea-
j spoonfuls of sugar and frost. Place
j in the oven to brown slightly.
Potato Croquettes Two cups of
I hot potatoes put through a dicer, two
j tablespoonfuls of butter, yolks of
I three eggs, salt and pepper. After
mixing the ingredients shape as de-
I sired, roll in flour and frv in deep
\V ise or < )t le^\$ is«-.
“If" is the most unsatisfactory
word in our I^l . uag»
| You can't gain admission to *
SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE
. of Trimmed Hats
Saturday, May 8th
Hats worth up to $7.50
Hats worth up to $5.00
If in Need of a Hat You Cannot Afford
. to Miss this Special Sale
Mrs. Frances Spratlen
man’s confidence by knockiug.
Nothing is more painful than the
antics of a fat woman trying to act
About the time an actress recovers
from one attack of matrimony she
Every time there is a cnange In
the political administration the party
office seekers gather under the plum
tree and hold £h<ir ha’s «
“Stop M\ Subscription.”
More attention than has yet been
| given to it is deserved by the psych-
editorial article, with which They
strongly disagree, immediately write
and mail an angu lei
the firm intention to take that paper
Tlie apparent purpose of this ac-
tion—assuming it to be carried out —
is to punish the expression of the
resented opinions by withdrawing a
fraction of the paper's revenue but
underlying that aim is probably a
desire i * i. r hi: • -• nj> n.
inspire fear of other losses of the
into a reversal of its policy and at-
titude on the question of issue
Of course, such a reversal for such
dishonest as well as cowardly, hut
he who proclaims the stopping of his
subscription doesn’t think of that.
And how hard to explain it is that
anybody should he without the will-
ingness, or even without th»• eager-
ness, to hear what can he said against
j his confidence in his own judgment
is weak or, he prefers to hold to no-
tions already accepted, regardless of
i weather they are right or wrong
The reader who will not take a
|paper with all the utterances of which
I he can not agree does not want^a
newspaper at all, or to know w hat
II an be known about the subj« At lie
j considers importaut or Interesting
i he wants a partisan organ that w ill
I keep him in a comfortable twilight.
I Papers of that kind were once num-
i erous, but they are scarce, nowadays
I'o-^l (tut Your llogs six \Vt*«*hs
In every lot of hogs on feed two
'or three fatten quickly and actually
eat less, than others If all would
fatten lfko these, the 11 r. drove
| would be ready for the marknt six
• 1 i- an item that you fully under-
The* hog that fattens easily must
be iu prime physical condition. The
B A. Thomas Hog Powder is a con-
ditioner for hogs It keeps their
system clean and healthy and en-
ables them to fatten quickly without
falling a prey to the usual diseases
of hogs. The B. A Thomas is not
stock food It’s straight medicine,
and wo took the agency because It
enables you to feed out your hogs
much earlier Chandler Produce
Want better tea?
Want tee ' ;»h finqr
Want that flavor ruaran-
Then ask for
"The Kind With the Flavor'’
Try a package today.
! oillrt call to Ills defense tho case of! sis. but. there was no questioning the
ja famed grand opera singer Before * sincerity of his reply:
attaining fame, this great actor drove j “Don’t worry, Joe Booze won’t
la laundry wagon while, his wife, get me. And as for the wife and
mother of a family, worked early kids—why, Joe, if it wasn’t for them
and late to make ends meet. When 1 never would have stuck it out and
lie went upon the stage lie met more I been champion When 1 get enough
beautiful women, lie met more fas- j money to do for them what 1 want
cinating creatures and lie soon forgot ! to, I’m going to retire from the ring.’’
the little woman who used to In* Ills' if any of those present doubted be-
helpmate, lie forsook Iiis family, ee- fore, they ivero made believers.
cured a divorce and married a song __- -
bird. He could point out a noted SOCIETY'S SINS,
writer of modern fiction who, when
the world poured thou sands upon! ln vjew of the reVelations being
thousands ot dollars into his pocket ; made as to the ravages of the drug
ami bowed at his feet, forsook the j habit it seems strange that the truth
girl he had sworn to love and protect vvns not shown sooner It Is strange
so long as they both should live and I indeed that while the demon rum lias
took unto himself a more attractive come in for such assaults these long
companion. He could name scores I vears that those enlisted for the cause
ot others who had strayed and yet'of humanity had not discovered a
retained 'lie world acclaim simply .-repot foe that was working even
Hum w«*ro ureat. But .lee* greater detraction and getting a
Na . a - al flrnu i grip 8n its vl
ways, lie strives to retain his self- ,, , „ , . ...»
respect I aH r(,fiulr‘‘<* a ,avv putting re-
'"'’v! Ifict ion on r b. drug t raflh
A most striking illustration is re bring to light thousands of sufferers
s o i re floi king to 1 *
^>f hIs recent visit 11he land y
Kansas City. Two days he had
acquaintances who spent many an
J hour in the barroom, othersthours at
j the cabaret and after the closing of
the cabarets had gone for entertaiu-
* elsewhere H( had beet ln
.vited. .urged to join all these.
“parties but all invitations lie had j
' tused .
•> Tinker Draws Declaration.
the coil: eqlienee ot ail acq u ; .• 1 era i
ing which no longer can be satisfied
A more pitable spectacle lias rarely
been witnessed than that brought to
light within the past few days
through the operation of the national
anti-opium act. It serves to show
how some of tin* habits of society
grow apace without being fully sus-
pected and those which grow in the
shadow may be worse than those
brought to light.
So far us known no political party
lias ever been founded wiUi war on
the drug habit as its slogan and no
organizations have been formed or
detectives employed in most com-
munities to ferret out and punish
those guilty of dealing iu the deadly
commodity but judging by results
now brought to light, such a move-
ment might well have been begun
simultaneously with that against
drink, if not in advance of it. The
truth 1h that when It comes to stop-
ping ail the bad habits of society it
involves a pretty hard task
PEACH (.ROWERS. ATTENTION.
it is very important to order our
Reach Baskets in time J would like
i" meet ai ■ hoie bo i'1 need 1 he'
same at my office, *2 doors south of
Hereford'.- stor*-. on Saturday the
l-t JAKE MAYER
One night after his appearand
| fore a throng which crowded
t he I 1
Specials for Saturday
W INK. WOMEN. HOST; Will.
(iayety theatre to capacity and while j*
he was glow ing with pleasure over i *
NEVER DOWN .IES* WILLARD. '' -louim: \\"!i p! i n -
fii* ft eii end'1 i - appla n w i ’4 m
Wine, women, song
lie had been greeted, Tom Jons, hist*
of many a brilliant career, rob Jess room a party of baseball players who £
Willard of the heavyweight chum desired to shake hands with the j
pionship ere long? j champion Among the party were J
Perhaps no p e-?ioi ha- h e ; Joe Tinier, manru . r of tie Chicago *
asked eo often as this since th*•' Federala and the veteran Mordecai ! ♦
former Oklahoma overland freighter; Brown Tinker had been with Wll- j ^
laid low Ja< k Johnson in the ring a* lard a great de.,’ when .1- - was In'*
Havana one month ago Prior to his ' Chicago under the training of Char |*
ascendancy to the highest and nnw ' ley Cutler, a warm friendship having +
coveted of all ring honors, Willard'?-1 been established then, and thin was | *
moral llftp had been without taint his first meeting with .less since he t
He was a total abstainer, he stamped became champion The**isitors were *
the use of tobacco a* injurious and i grapsed the champion’s hand iu-said |j
tabooed it. and won i of the under ap.-d the champon's hand he said 'J
world he shunned,. Since becoming! "Jess, I wish you all the world i *
ing.both itv word ai I b> deed ami *‘"it on- thing .let don't foraet th- *
Jen Wl to stand out r[* fe and kids and let boose alone.” *
striking contrast t former chain-j Walter Monahan halted in his ^
pious WhOS- fas* 1 sapped ?!• ;i,i T ^ Dowd iopp, 1 kie eding ' t
strength and r<"; • .» • ■• ^ 1 '• '■* ” 1 •••’ * 1" fil' ?
of iiglit.ing a cigar, unconsciously let! J
Not a day goes by but big J«*ss i- the lighted match burn to his fingers j*
restst, yet that satt;. determination allent Thou ..ud had warned the J
new champion not to torn li drink and ! T
had offered volumes of advice, hut «
sometiilug in the earnestness of the w
•ii'. i j . ver'; n an . J
caused all to wait breathlessly fori?
the champion’s reply ♦
The piM-uliur expression for an in
stunt on Willard's face baffled analy
to stick to the stra cht and narrow
which enabled hltn *o overcome all
obstacles and become champion car
rles him through the trials
Others **<•(* Ry.”
Wore* he so in'lined, Willard
could point to prect dent to excuse
auy misstep he muftit make He
:<0c coflcc D. C.
25c 4x coffee
R. B. M. plutn-.
15c can peas
23c can H. C.
, A. Mascho
Two Doors North of
City l)ru|j Store
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Nichols, L. B. The Chandler News-Publicist (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, May 7, 1915, newspaper, May 7, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911896/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.