Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 128, Ed. 1 Friday, August 28, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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H. M. Johnson,
H. H. Johnson,
L. T. Poole,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
of Chandler ____
PAID UP CAPITAL, 550,000.
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.
We Solicit Your Patronage,
make nearly all my loans in my own
myself and close loans without delay,
for you. Write or call.
Room 6 Hoffman Bldg •
Do you not prefer to transact
your business through a home
man as far as possible? I
name—make all examinations
Let met tell you what I can do
icrsonal and Otherwise.
Bits of News Gathered for Our Readers.
Fred Neal went to Oklahoma City
N. Razey came up from Oklahoma
Robt. Thomson returned to Wells-
ton this morning.
P. S. Hoffman returned from Okla-
homa City at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. McJunkin came over
from Guthrie today,
Mrs. R. L. Hicks and baby came up
from Wellston at noon.
For lowest prices on bread, flour
and all groceries—O, K. Grocery.
Chas Egbert a id George Gillian
went to Oklahoma City this morning.
Mrs. S. H. Herrin returned last
night from a weeks visit at Carthage,
Art Decker came in from Sapulpa
this morning to spend the day with
Vic Crouch and wife came home
last night from two days attendance
at the races.
Miss Tola Riner is up from Okla-
homa City for a few days visit with
E. W. Miller and wife went to Ok-
lahoma City this morning for a weeks
visit with friends.
J. L. Crooks returned this morning
from a three weeks outing trip in Ore-
gon and Washington.
Miss Bess Arnold returned last
night from a few weeks visit with
relatives at Carthage, Mo.
Miss Ora Downey left this ^morning
for a few days visit with friends at
Oklahoma City and Guthrie.
Wanted.—A g iod all-round black-
smith at Myers’ blacksmith shop. On-
ly competent men need apply.
Mrs. Ed Lycan of Hobart came ip
from Stroud this morning to spend
the' day with Mrs. M. M. Egbert.
Mrs. J. C. Fletcher left this morn-
ing for a three weeks visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Fred Hoyt, at Hobart.
Wm Keigel and Wm. Mackey, who
have been here a few days visiting
friends, returned to Sapulpa last
W. C. Hoover returned from Sny-
der at noon. He took in the races at
Oklahoma City yesterday on the way
RuthClark,the little grand daughter
of Mrs. F. E Widner, had her arm
broken by falling from a buggy while
yisiting her aunt at Cushing last
week. She and Miss Maud Widner
returned yesterday from Cushing. I
The little girl is getting along nicely. I
R. C. McCabe and T. J. Gainer
were at Kendrick yesterday in the
interest of the New York Mutual Life.
They received very encouraging re-
ports of the crops in that locality
from the business men of the thrifty
little new town.
The school board has decided to
admit pupils from the country to the
high school course without charges
for tuition. We are glad to note
this, for mauy deserving boys are
paying their way through school who
will now find it easier to do.
E. C. Ogburn has returned from
Snyder and will be here till the first
of January. He is ready for business
and will cry sales for all who want
him. Mr. Ogburn tells us that his
daughter who was brought home from
Snyde. sick is getting along nicely
under the care of Dr. Marshall. Her
fever has been very high but is now
Julius E. Wright, president and
treasurer of the K. O. I. T. Land and
Townsite Co.; was in the city this
morning. His company has platted
the new town of Davenport at the in-
tersection of the Frisce and Santa Fe
and will place lots on sale October 8
and 9. The same company promoted
the town of Lindsey, I. T., which was
opened about a year ago. Mr. Wright
appears to thoroughly understand the
business of town building and has
something of interest to say in anoth-
B. E. Fretwell met his family at
Oklahoma City yesterday on their
way home from Kansas and all came
up on the meteor last night.
Miss Dot Tilghman returned last
night from Rogers, Ark., wnere she
had been visiting Miss Rose Walker
for several weeks.
Mrs. Josie Pollen and son, who
have been visiting relatives at Park-
land, returned to their home at Eufau-
ia, I. T., today.
Mrs. J. Thompson, who has been
visiting relatives at Sparks for two
months, returned today to her home
at Gravite, Ark.
W. Borders, who has been here for
a few days visiting his brother-in-
law, E. B. Lillibridge, returned to his
home at Wyandotte, I. T., today.
L. F. Pickett is up from the south
part of the county today on business
before the probate judge. He says
crops look well in his neighborhood.
J. T. Haun, W. S. Martin and J.
W. Littleton are up from. Clifton to-
day to assist in the initiation of about
twenty-five new member in the en-
campment of I. O. O. F.
Miss Ethel Houston went to Okla-
homa City this morning, where she
will spend today and tomorrow. She
will then go to Kansas to visit rela- |
Wm; Randolph went to Oklahoma
City this morning to take up his
duties as mail clerk. His mother ac-
companied him and will attend the
races there today.
J. S. Richardson and H. B. Ander-
son, who have been visiting relatives
at Perkins for the past two weeks,
went to Oklahoma City this morning. |
Rev. W. A. Cravens and. wife went
to Oklahoma City this morning. Mr.
Cravens will preach in that city to-
morrow, consequently there will be no
services at his church.
Ed Gerardy is up from Mills to-
day. He has taken the agency for
the Page fence, and wherever he has
shown it the farmers see its good
points quickly. We have been using
some of this fence for six years and
can testify to its durability. That
we have has been moved from where
it was first stretched and is still in
Eat All You Want.
Persons troubled with indigestion
or dyspepsia can eat all they want if
they will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
This remedy prepares the stomach for
the reception, retention, digestion and
assimilation of all the wholesome food
that may be eaten and enables the di-
gestive organs to transform the same
into the kind of blood that gives
health and strength. Sold by Corbin
South Dakota summer tourist rates,
tickets on sale June 1 to Sept. BO. in-
clusive, with final return limit Oct. 31,
at rate of one fare plus 50c for round
Oklahoma City, races, Aug. 35to 28
8 2 for the round trip. Dates of sale
23 to 29, inclusive, final limit Aug. 30.
For detailed information regard to
any of the above rates call on or
address the local agent at Chandler,
who will be pleased to answer any
inquiries regarding your smmer out-
ing. O. C. Johnson,
Chandler, O. T.
B. F. Dunn, Dist. Pass. Agt.,
l Eureka Springs
5 — -- :
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kennedy were
surprised by their friends yesterday
afternoon, the day being Mrs. Ken-
nedy’s nineteenth birthday.
Mrs. Kennedy’s mother planned the
affair which was a very pleasant one.
About thirty guests were present and
Mrs. Kennedy received a number of
presents. Refreshments were served
consisting of watermelons and canta-
loupes. A Guest.
The contest case of M. Burris vs. S.
D. Dennis for commissionership of
the 3rd district is in progress today
before Probate Judge Cordell, who
was appointed by tee district judge to
take testimony in the case to be sub-
mitted at the September term of court.
Watch For a Chill
However slight at this time of year
and in this climate, it is the forerun-
ner of malaria. A disposition to
yawn, and an all tired out feeling
even comes before the chill. Herbine,
by its prompt stimulative action on
the liver, drives the malaria germs
out of the system, purifies the blood,
tones up the system and restores
health. 50c at A. G. Wright's
if any of the drugs in your prescription fall short in
purity or in the power to combat disease. In filling
prescriptions two things are absolutely demanded.
First, that the remedies, used shall be of standard
strength; second, that they shall be accurately com-
pounded. That is the kind of prescription filling we do.
We have the finest drugs obtainable.
We have every old or new drug for which
there is any demand.
We fill prescriptions by the most scientific,
And the price is always fair.
A. D. M/right’s
W. S. Baily, P. O. True, Texas,
writes: “My wife had been suffering
five years with paralysis in her arm,
when I was persuaded to use Ballard’s
Snow Liniment which cured her all
right. 1 have also used it for old
sores, frost bites and skin eruptions.
It does the work. ” 25c, 50c and $1
bottle at A. D, Wright’s.
The Largest Stock of
evftr shown in vour town at
Stutsman & FretweH’s.
Conte and see. Fine watch, clock
and jewelry work a* specialty.
Ail work positively guaranteed.
Prices to suit all. Also a fine
line of OPTICAL GOODS.
One Door North Star Store.
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES [
Via the Popular “Frisco System”
Special summer tourist rates to.
Canada, Iowa. Michigan, Minnesota, I
New York, Ohio, Wisconsin points, 1
on sale any day up to Sept. 30, final i
return limit Oct. 31, fare for the round j
trip about one fare plus $2.
Southeastern points in Alabama,
Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland,Massa-
chusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, |
South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia,
West Virginia, tickets on sale any
time up to Sept. 30, with final return
limit tiO days from date of sale: fare
is about one fare plus 82 for the round
Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan
points, tickets on sale any time up to
Sept. 30, with final return limit Oct.
31; fare for round trip is practically
one fare plus 82.
Eureka Springs and Monte Ne, Ark.,
and Sulphur, I. T., tickets on sale at
any time, 90 day round trip tickets to
Eureka Springs or Monte Ne, 811.50
Sulphur, $8. ,
El Pa'so, Texas, tickets on sale June
1 to Sept. 30, with return limit (Jet.
31; rouud trip from Chandler 833.95.
Summer tourist rates to Colorado
and Utah, tickets on sale June 1 to
Sept. 30 with final return limit to Oct.
31 at one first class fare plus 50 cents
for the round trip. Stopover allow-
ed. Tickets may be routed by any
Special summer tourist rates to
Michigan, Cleveland, Put-in-Bav and
Sandusky, Ohio, Buffalo and Niagara
Falls, N. Y., tickets on sale June 1 to
Sept. 30 inclusive; final limit Oct. 31,
limited to continuous passage; rate of
one fare plus 82 to all points except
Buffalo and Niagara Falls, which
will be 814 higher than rate to De-
troit. Tickets will be sold on this
rate to all principal watering places
in Michigan and Ohio.
The Lincoln County Abstract Co.
Abstracts and Insurance.
SllcciiiiorH t* MARTIN .V SCAMMON.
Room6, Clapp Bld’g Chandler, Ok!a
Patronize a Home
Ami iflvi* .vour collection!* to
The Western Credit ClearingHouseCo.
W. L. JOHNSON: Local Manager
S FULLERTON & CO., ;
e BROKERS J!
204 CiLy Hall. Oklahoma City *
>?» (irniM, Stock*. Cotton. l'rlvnte wire W
to Chicago ami New York. Wire or
phone order* our expeiine. Reference, **
any bank in Oklahoma city. 'P
Ticket on sale Fridao, Sept. 4th. goad to return Sept. Jjj
J 14th., Your lastopportuhity to visit this popular resort at a *
v nominal rate. Hotel are ample ahd rates moderate. £
V For detailed information call on anp FRISCO AGENT, or *
J address B. F. Dunn Wichita Kansas. X
m O. C. JOHNSON Local Agent jjj
Union National Bank of Chandler,
Paid up Capital
Surplus and Profits
Prompt Attention to all Business.
Bank ofHoffman, Charles & Conklin
W. J. WALLACE, M. D.
W. G. BISBEE, M. LI
Physicians and Surgreons
Special attention jrlven to I Been Men *»f Women find all Iteetnl Troubles. X-Itay and
Static examination!* mid treatment for all chronic dlHeamw*.
Office and Sanitarium in Fletcher Bldg.
“Masters of Trowel and Hammer.”
GAINES & BAKER
Contractors and Builders
Joo woric a specialty. See us before lettinjr your work, as we will
save you money. Write us. Box 145. CHA ND LEK, OK LA.
Chandler Furniture Co
Calls answered day or night. Phone,
day 73: night 153 and 45.
Undertaking Stock at Rossviile
with W. G. Hall & Bro.
W. H. GULICK
Undertaker and Embalmer
OPEN Drt Y AND NIGHT. l»hone 1-2-4 and 20S
The Publicist for prices on job
Work and at once. We please.
A Sure Shot.
That your clothes
will be made to
If made by me.
No Fit, No Pay
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Free RecliningChairCars on allTralne
Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car*
between MEMPHIS and tha
J. ft. McNALLY. D. P. A., GEO H. LEE, ft. P. A.,
Oklahoma City, O. T. Llttla Rook, Arfc.
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