Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 300, Ed. 1 Friday, March 18, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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i Klml,f»nhllnh»“<l March Is. 1004.'
,f an order of the probate court
of Lincoln mill tcrrlfi
made on tin* 17th liny of Mi*
unit ter of tlieentate of Tho
(ieccaMcil. the umlernlicued.n
..aolets (laxative) do jfll the
gjod that quinine does
tvilhout the disagreeable
effects, head noises, etc.
The first dose relieves the
headache, fever congestion
and'stuffiness which usually
accompany colds and la
grippe. The cure speedily
follows. One or two doses
will break up a Cold or
(; rippe. 'it- a splend id
preventive as well as a
trusted cure, a box.
Coroin & Lynch
rint.h Indian Reserration
Utah Will be Opened in Octo-
n li, HUG. In tin*
Notice Im In*n*bj tftven that in tmrwimm**
t** court of tin* coun-
, will *ell at |MI
the hl«hi*Hi bidder for e«»h. *ubj**ct
1, 1 ,* ■ ■1,1
Iiouwim M. Atklimoii,
deccaued, the uudemlicued.ai* the nil 111 Inlet ro-
tor of th** mtati* of tlo* mild Tho'iiau M. At-
PROF. .1. M. MK It HILL will meet
any dealrl 11 if vocal Inioiih oil rueminy
afternoon** at the I'reubjlerian church.
Hour*, :t to r».........Voice# tried free of
charge. Italian method taunlit.
H. C. LEE
confirmation bv wild probate eourt, on Sat-
urday, Ihe 2*1 day of April, 11104, at
o'clock a. 111. at the Sir ml St
Maid county of Uucolii. a l the
t«‘rei*t and estate of the i*nhl 'I
k'niHon at the time of 111** death, and ali*the
right, title ami Inierent that the mild eHtnte
iuiK by operation of law or otherwise ac-
11 ill red In ami to all the certain lot, ptwe or
I imrt-ellof hold alt mile, lying ami bring In the
h&viu# stopped j 1,ty -d Lincoln, territory^ of oklaliom
tali- bank iu
right, title. In-
• wild Thoinn* M. -V
W. A. Mercer,r. S. A., of Whiterock
It ah, is in the city,
over on 11iway Vrjjt from ushinj/-
ton where he went recently on leave
of absence. * m»r«
DR. ELIZABETH M. PLUSS
ondil Ion*, to-wi
•the liort b- i
uarter of Mtvtlon I in towmddp l**,
of rang.’ C» i*a*t, in Lincoln county , Gk-
hoiiiiifrd and «!»**< rilied fia follows, and upon j
Seventh in r»** ofl tin eant side of*t
Room* i and 1.
Will cry sales anywhere in
the county. It i* not necessary
to have my picture at the head
Of this ad.,as I am better look-
ing than I was last year. Office
, at A. D. Wrights Drug Store.
See me before you get out your
•’s-i-j-s •*•*-****-*•*-* ■§*■»•*** **•»•»
the follow ing term* ami c
Captain Mercer is in chant* of
,)ie I la ho uni territory
F. W. HASH
ATTORN KY- A T-L A W
Pint ah ! ndian rest rvatioi rj
on which the I’tes live. The 1 intah
reservation is to be opened for settle-
ment iu October, 1905. Captain Mercer
says there are over a million acres in
the reservation, about half of which is
mountainous. There are about l.fiOO
Ctes on the land, he suvs, who will lie
allotted Hi acres of Lrood land each
before the reservation is opened.
iffor* uiust N* ill urltlm. and ina\
til** pla«* doMignated iu thl* notice, j
to. wit: i In* St on. * state bank, Stroud, l.tn- j
.in .■..iimy, Oklahoma territory, or deliver-
,.,l t.» i* •• u’nderHlgncd a<liiiiiii*trai<>r |",rsun-
allv .ni ai.i time .-ii'tei* the brnt iinblication
of 1 hi* notiee and hefoie the maktiig of the
Dated the 17th day of March. 1 b<» I
AJininlat ra tor.
A. E. Stutsman
Gardner building (
Chandler, Okla 1
Want to build a borne, erect
a block or procure money
in Chandler for any pur-
W. L. JOHNSON
Hoot and Shoe Cobbling ana
Second Hand goods all kinds
in stock. Arms and Accoutre-
Good farm to rent for cash, 4i milc>
southeast of Chandler, 4-rootn house
smoke-house, barn, cave, two good
| wells, orchard 4 acres hog-tight, 40
acres pasture, 50 acres in cultivation,
I I tent, Si 50 a year. Will sell for $4,-
iii i -st;. *■
; 1. T. w42tf
i Kirnt publinhcfl Mur. is, 1 **•»4 <
Lltjl * >H LHT NSr. NOTH K.
Territory of t iklahoina,county of Lincoln, **.
i.l! w hom it mn.v concern:
inihein hereby given that 1. the under
r>,kned. Thou. A. Porter, did ou the 17th day
-•f Mureh, 11mm, tile In the nftiee of the county
clerk of the Malil Lincoln county,
territory my application by pet
..f the * real dent taxpayer- of tl
a i d • >: St roi.d. in the rouaty and territory
aforesaid, netting forth that the nndei-
i in a |K*r»on of ren pec table
Hoff man Building Chandler. Okla j
Bankrupt Stock Merchandise j
Want Insurance—Fire, Cy-
clone, Plate Class or Acci-
< \ *
Dry Goods, Groceries
Iu county. Oklahoma nffiep miotnirn )
......... petition of : s umet upstairs
Fourth Feuquay Building \
elgneil applicant Da
character and Htaudiug ami
Big 4 2nd Hand Store
Want your title examined
or abstract made? If so,
Call or Drop a Card
Farm For Rent See
| at police judge's office.
the Maid territory, and braying that
a lieeliM* llltiy be iNHIIoff to 111** by the iMMIIlty
eh rk aud the county coininisaiom im of the
said Lincoln coHiity for tin* unit* of malt
«1 v;nmiA.|ii|Uoni oti lot number
I dock number .'12, In tin*
A. M. MARSHALL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Pi. J. SRACK
omcHH over Cox * Cox'h Drug Store.
answered promptly—day or ulght
Good tough Steak always
on hand. 1’ure kettle ren-
dered lard. Fresh bologna
and sausage every duv.
Chandler Daily Publicist.
| Chas B. Wilson, Jr
EMERY A EOSTER.
Published e»ery evening except Sunday.
Ent«'r**<1 at the Poatoffire at
Aa KM*on(l-clAHw Matter.
I>*llTPr**d by carrier, per week
..... 1.00 j
MRS. W. H.^FRKNTH.
Kdltor ami Publisher.
MARCH 1H 1904.
Wm. Rogers, Secretary Sunday
School Workers’Making Pre
The walking sick, what
i crowd of them there are:
Persons who are thin anti
weak but not sick enough
> go to bed.
" Chronic cases ” that •
! what the doctors call them,
which in common Lnglish
means long sickness.
To stop the continued
loss of flesh they need
Scott’s Emulsion. For the
feeling of weakness they
need Scott's Emulsion.
It makes new flesh and
I gives new life to the weak
Scott's Emulsion gets j
j thin and w,eak persons out
|of the rut. It makes new, j
rich blood, strengthens the
and gives appetite
I Id ia block number d'J. In fctu* Fourth
I ward of til** nald city of Stroud
Morris and that -aid petition ami appll-__
1 cation will be heard on the lwt. j _
4bWtf da \ of April, I'.nM. unlenM then* lie i pc. yi WiKnn
objirtioiiM ami remount ranee filed In the '^nas* ll*ul1
ortlee of the county cleik of nnld county, on um cam
or before the let day of April, 1904. '» ILStJN
WltueMM inv hand tliln 17th day of March. _____ m
11*04. * Thus. a. Porter, ATTORNEYS-AT-LASV
Applicant. office Room 11 )
The Collar Furniture'^ ta now u. Hoffman Building ) CHANDLER, 0 T Office In Hoffman Building
, , tl,, ,, ----------— | Room 10.
be found in the Collar building. New
4~w2!)5tf A. B OLESON,
(foods comii)(f in.
i he Scenic Route
Contractor and Builder.
Will be found at Frazier Building
norner llth St. and Manvel Ave.
L. A. KELSEY, D. D. S.
The Lincoln County
ROOM 6. CLAPP BUILDING.
H. D. FRAZIER K. D. FRAZIER
FRAZIER & FRAZIER
Up-stairs, over (’handler Nat’l Bank,
i (iwme In M**neon—■Chicken* amiTurkey*-
Meati—Beef and Pork-
The Cotton Exchange
! Office hours :—9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1
to 5 p. m.
It, rails penetrate tne fertile states o!
TEXAS and the
ALABAMA and Ihe
FOR FINE WINES. LIQUORS
ROY V. HOFFMAN. JOHN EMBRY.
HOFFMAN & EMBRY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
For COOL DRINKS
Try CLUB Saloon
Tlie o K
Office in tlie Hoffman, Charles
& Conklin Building over Bank.
First National Bank
Hot and Cold Baths
* JESSE FUNK, Prop.
Beer on Tap.
FRANK CADWALADER, Prop.
comE to «■
SPEAR’S WAGON YARD
Guthrie, M roll 19.—Win Rogers | ^-yes
of Medford, territorial secretary of r c i
the Oklahoma Sunday School Work- for Ordinary food.
ers’association, was in Guthrie yes-1 Scott S Emulsion can be
terday making preliminary arrange-i , , • i.
inents for the annual convention witicli LtKC < n,--. lls SlCkneSS
ments fur the annual convention which
is to be held in this city during the
first week in June. He expects to
remain here several weeks and may
call a mass meeting at one of the
churches for Sunday.
The annual convention of the Sun-
day school workers is a big event and
in the past has been attended by from
two to three hundred people. The last
meeting was at Enid. Suitable ar-
rangements are being mad? for the
entertainment of tlie guests, and an
effort will, Mr. Hogers says, be made
to make this the largest convention
in the history of the association.
It reaches the rich fanning lauds of Kttuar
ami Oklahoma, the mineral Gel Is of Soap;' .*
Missouri nud Northern Arkansas, the collot
fields of *ut South and Southw .st, the oil fid*:',
of Kansa ard the Indian Ter itory, and Hun
dreda of oth' r Industrial plans of interest an l |
profit tolhi home-seeker an* investor, a-id l
last, but not least, it will carr) you to the famec
health resorts of the Ozarks,
For Good and
WINTER TOURIST RATES
J. VAZ OIL-LOIN, Prop j
I.tsI.i and do good all the j
There’s new strength
and flesh in every dose.
ri'v _. We will be glad
to send you a few
W. DILLARD. M D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls answered day or night.
Office Over Corbin A Lynch’s
•IME OF x.x.M C *
C HANDLED, u IV La hum A
EAST BO.'tf 1)
| No. 40S
No. 41 'J
Kaunas City ExprenM..
1 2:0.’l u. hi.
7:44 p. m
V’.e rnre that this picture l"
label is n tlie
the form *•!
wrapper <>f every bottle
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOW NT:.
400 Pearl St., N. V.
50c. and $11 all druggists.
No 4 1 1
Expren*....... r»:f»l a. m
Local PaHsengcr............r*:'J6 p. ni
LOCAL FREIGHT—EAST BOUND.
Nu.444 » I 1 I- 11 0)
tVKST III >I!ND.
Ko. tta........ ............... 11*4 am
Southern Security Co.
(ieo. H. Nichols, Mgr.
,;i TIIUIK HlsTltir
Will negotiate short Loans on
Household Furniture, Pianos and oth-
er personal property. No publicity.
Quick money. If you want a loan
come and seeus. RoomsOpera House
Nn ftr» 1— Guthrie I*iiHwiur«*r
No. L58 Mix.-I
Stanley and Breckinridge Quit
Dawes Commission In Hands
Washington, March IT. Secretary
Hitchcock this morning received the
resignation of Stanley and Breckin-
ridge, members of the Dawes commis-
Breckinridge's resignation is tender-
ed in compliance with an order recent-
ly promulgated by Hichcoek directing;
all federal employes in Indian terri-
tory to either immediately sever their 1
connection with trust, land aud other
companies and cease speculating in ,
Indian property or resign from the |
service. Breckinridge could not af-1
ford to withdraw from his investments
and accordingly resigned. It is esti- j
mated that Breckinridge has JT-7,000
invested in companies in Indian terri-
tory. Stanley’s resignation was in j
accordance with his plans announced i
six months ago that as soon as Bona-
parte's report was made public lie in-
tended to resign. Neither resignation
has been accepted.
Senator Long, of Kansas, will insist l
upon naming Stanley’s successor.
\*. 4 7»*2—Mlx«‘*l
IAHT HOI M
si I .oiiIh an<l l\ *'
7:40 p hi
1 1 iO a m
ffttIK’* Early Risers
Ttie famous little pills.
Sunny - South
Tickets.on sale daily until April 30, 1904, to the prin-
cipal winter resorts of Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama,
Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, Louisiana [and Texas.
Return limit June 1, 1904.
Full details on application.
O. YA7, STRAIN,
Division Passenger Agent
* YA/lc-hitei, Kas,
n,' ' *
WHEN YOU CA
Do not take chances on it wearing away or experiment with some unknown preparation
which will only half cure it at best, and leave the bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and
susceptible to attack from the germs'of Consumption.
FOLEY’S HONEY AND T
Your child it ture to b« unhealthy—<Ttm
•nd irriubU—if your own itomach, liver or
kidney* art deranged. Regular dotei of
not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and pre-
vents serious results from a cold.
inn re* your own health and promotes the
health and growth of your child. Doc-
con recommend Dr. Caldwell’* Syrup
Pepiin to mother* and expectant mother*.
It Saved His Life After the Doctor Said He Had Consumption.
\Y. R. Davis, Vissalia, California, writes:—“There is no doubt but what FOLEY’S HONEY
AND TAR saved my life. I had in awful cough on niv lungs and the doctor told me I had
consumption. I commenced taking FOLEY’S HONEY AND TAR and found relief from
the first and three bottles cured me completely.
fOc and $1.00 Ikottlaa
To Core a CoM in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Qu. >e ab-
ets. All druggists refund tv: louey
if it fails >.o cure. E. W Gicvjs
ignature is on eacn box. 2T>:.
/>#• Samplt *»d Book, • The Sfory of • Travail eg
M*a.~ far the BaKn*.
PEPSIN SYRUP CO. 0 Monticallo, HI.
THREE SIZES, 25c, 60o and $1.00
SOLD IND RECOMMENDED BY
Corbin & Lynch
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