Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 185, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 3, 1903 Page: 3 of 6
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H. >1. Johnson,
H. H. Johnson,
L. T. Poole,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, jjKC.COO.
CAPITAL as large as any Hunk in Oklahoma
outside of Oklahoma City. Every courtesy
and accommodation extended our patrons that
is consistent with good business.
IA/& Solicit Your Palronag<
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
forSyouU'1 \Vrite°or cal 1 Wlthout delu-v- Lcl ,nel tel1 you what 1 can do
Room 6 Hoffman Bldg /\ . E. ROSS
personal and Otherwise
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Bits of News Gathered tor Our Readers.
The Athenian club met yesterday
afternoon with Mrs. W. A. Cravens
and an enjoyable meeting was held.
Two new members were received into
the club, after which some interesting !
talks were made by members on the ■'
subject for that meeting. “Indiana;
\\ riters' was the subject for discus- j
sion and the members were well posted !
along this line
Heading trom Hen Hur by Mrs. |
Rogers opened the meeting und
brought forth many comments.
Sketches from prose writers by Mrs. '
Holmes showed thought and talent. 1
Sketches from poets by Mrs. Rrasel-
ton and recitation from Riley by Mrs.
Johnson were highly entertaining.
A good attendance was had at this
meeting, all members being present
Mrs. C. E. Underhill and Mrs. F. B.
Gebke were elected to membership in
the club. |
Mrs. D. F. Holmes resigned her ■
membership because of the press of |
The next meeting will he held at the j
home of Mrs. Chipley, Nov IB.
One of the [best farms in Lincoln
county, H miles east of Chandler. 120
acres in cultivation. Price $4,500.
Terms easy. S. Jones,
MOdwtf Chandler, O. T.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
A Ul I OI4JIIH and
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure: I-ung Troubles.
Money back If it fails. Trial Bottles free.
cars ami superb dining halls, all under
bflUl the management of Fkku Harvey.
The Minora) fields of the
The Ncwiands of Kansas, Ok-
lahoma, Indian Territory
The Cotton Fields of Tennes-
see, Alabama, Mississippi.
The FRISCO SYSTEM offers excursion rntes
oughout the year to the famous health resort
1’. S. Horn, ,x, i're.1,1,
J. H. < HAKI.KM, V. I’rt-M.
I- I'OXKLIX, I'nahler
**• * ■ Brunt, A. Cashier
UNION NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL PAID IN $50,000
Successor of THE BANK OF HOFFMAN, CHARLES & CONKLIN
Oldest Bank In Lincoln County
throughout the yei
and watering place,
w. J. WAL.LACK, M. 1).
w. u. iirsriEE, m. n
^)rs. i/Jcxi/cicc dc S/Sisboe
Physicians and Surgeons
Office and Sanitarium in Fletcher Bldg. CHANDLER, OKLA
J. J. Davis went to Prague this
H. H. Bull went to Oklahoma City
R. A. Smith came in last night from
Ray McElHinney returned last night
from Oklahoma City.
Emery Foster returned from Okla-
homa City last night.
L. C. Fouquet and little son went to
Guthrie this morning.
Charlie Egbert and A. E. Ross went
to Wellston this morning.
L. B. Johnson went to Oklahoma
City last night on business.
Rev. J. yV. Ferguson came in today
noon from Oklahoma City.
E. Shinn left today noon for Jit
Vernon, 111., to visit friends.
J. ,B. Andrew came in yesterday
evening from Columbus, Kans.
S. T. Carter went to Wellston on
business yesterday at 5:2(1 p. m.
Miss Mary Notson went to Warwick
last evening to visit her parents.
J. M. Hale returned last night over
the new Frisco line from Guthrie.
James Embry went to Oklahoma
City on business yesterday evening.
R. H. Galyen returned last night
from a business trip to Oklahoma
County Commissioner Murphy and
wife returned last night to their home
Mrs. Clark McGaughy returned last
night from Oklahoma City where she
has been for several days visiting
Seventy-live good young pigs for
sale. The first comers can take their
choice of the lot at $2.50 each.—W. E.
O. T. Shinn and wife, after a weeks
visit with Mr. Shinn’s parents near
Agra, left today noon for their home
at Ina, 111.
Wanted—By a good, steady boy,
office work night and morning or work i
to pay board while attending school, j
Inquire at this otiice.
Mrs. O. Hemmingway, who has been j
here several weeks visiting the family j
ofA. J. Brack, left today noon foil
her home at Crittenden, Ky.
C. VV. Muret, of near Blackwell,
arrived last night for a few days visit
with R. B. Holland and family. Mr.
Muret is a brother of Mrs. Holland.
A Perfect Painless Pill
is the one that will cleanse the system, |
set the liver to action, rtmove the |
bile, clear the complexion, cure head-
ache and leave a good taste in the
mouth. The famous little piils for
doing such work pleasantly and ef-
fectually are Dewitts’s Little Early
Risers. Bob Moore of Lafayette,
Ind., says: “All other pills I'have
used gripe end sicken, while DeWitt’s
Little Early Risers are simply per
feet.'’ Sold by Corbin & Lynch.
The Crescent Hotel is. since
eled, maintained ns a strictly firw
“lid is open the year ’round.
_ TIMR OP TRAINS AT
Chandler Furniture Co
Calls answered day or night. Phone,
day 73: night, 153 and 45.
Undertaking Stock at Rossville
with W. G. Hall & Bro.
GAINES & BAKER
Contractors and Builders
Mrs. S. W. Chaney, who has been I
visiting the family of Adam Rueb for I
several days, returned yesterday
evening over the new Frisco line to
her home at Guthrie.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Campbell are
here from Guthrie visiting their
daughter, Mrs. D. F. Holmes. They
will probably make Chandler their
home this winter
Wp buy our rubber goods at frequent inter-
vals direct from the manufacturers. We do
this for three reasons.
1. we want reliable Goods.
2. We want, fresh goods.
3. We want to save all the cost
we can for our customers.
Rubber goods of inferior quality are about
the dearest articles that|can be bought. Here
you get grades of assured reliability, you
Know are fresh, and you get them at the most
reasonable prices. Syringes, hot water
bottles, nursery and sick-room goods.
Undertaker and Embalmer
OI»EIN DAY A IND NIGHT,
I’hone 124 and 20"5
A. D. WRIGHT'S
. . . DRUG STORE . . .
Ira Crisp is building a 12-foot ad-
dition to his eating house near the
At cost and less, every piece and
lot queensware and glassware in stock
at O. K Grocery store.
J. E. Jackson returned last evening
from Columbus, Kans., where he had
been for the past webk visiting his
Miss »Melda Atwell, who has been
visiting her parents near Speer for
the past two weeks, returned today
noon to Okmulgee, I. T , to resume
her duties as stenographer in the real
estate office of J. S. Hopping.
J. B. Kent, Miss Iva Jamison and
| Miss Fay left this morning for Cache,
where Mr. Kent will make pictures of
the Apaches now the guests of Quanah
Parker at that place for the world’s
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Off to the Federation.
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
the Popular “Frisco System
Low Colonist Rates in Effect Daily
•=• Only $25 =
to the majority of California points. Proportionately
low to Portland, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma and other
points in the northwest.
In case you contemplate a trip anywhere, do not fail
to call on nearest Frisco ticket agent and have him
furnish you full information, n- address
C. w. STRAIN,
Division Passenger Agent
Mrs. H. E. Straughen and Mrs. W.
H. French left this morning for Ard- y-,
more, L U., to attend the Federation
of Women’s clubs, which will be in
session until Friday. Club women
are anticipating a very successful i ,,
meeting at Ardmore. The city will L ' mhea stern points in Alabama
entertain most hospitably, a fine pro- i / °rKUl’ lventuclf.v, Maryland,Massa-
gram has been arranged and a num- I tuTc M!"l“'PP‘. North Carolina,
her of distinguished visitors are .‘na’ TennesSfie. Virginia
expected, the president of the Na-
I tional Federation among the number.
As chairman of the Press section of
the program, Mrs. French will preside
over the federation while that section
of the program is rendered and will ........ .....m,Uvo
read a paper on “The Trend of Mod-! cation Grand Chapter Royal Arch
ern Journalism,’’ Mrs. Straughen j Masons, Oct. 5-10, tickets on sale Oct,
will present the report of the year’s , 3> 4> 5> with return limit of Oct II
work of the Round Table club. ' “
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Eureka Springs and Monte Ne, Ark
and Sulphur, ]. T.. tickets on sale at
any time, 90 day round trip tickets to
Eureka Springs or Monte Ne, $11 50
Little Rock, Ark., Triennial Convo
Very Low Rate.
Only *25.00 from all Santa Fe stations in Oklahoma.
On sale every day to and including November
33, 1003. The same rate to intermediate points
whose regular rate is higher.
Through Pullman Tourist Sleepers to New Mexico
Arizona and California from furcell, Oklahoma
City, and (iutlirie every Wednesday.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED excursions from
Newton three times a week.
You’re going to Cali Praia?
Now is the time to inn ■ y , ,r iniju .....
Iton’t wait until) you’re n ady to start on your travels.
U rite me, and I will quote you rates, tell you about tlio trains
! hai1’'lThDt| ,hou ls ft* partm <• and anon! in fact, will tell you fa •
that II he of material help after as well as before you start.1
I-. C. O’NEIL, Commerical Agent,
I he Atchison, Topeka Santa He Railway Company,
OKI.AHOriA CITY, OKI.AHOHA.
The Publicist [or prices on Job
Work and at once. We please.
The Salve That Heals
without leaving a scar isDeW r . The
name Witch Hazel is applied to many
salves, but DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
Salve is the only Witch Hazel Halve
made that contains the pure unadu 1
terated witch hazel If any other
Witch Hazel Salve is offered you it is
a counterfeit. E. C. DeWitt invented
Witch Hazel Salve and DeWitt’s
Witch Hazel Salvo is the best salve in
the world for cuts, burns, bruises, tet
ter, or blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles. Sold by Corbin &
Are spoiled by any kind of prepara
tion that fills the pores of the skin.
The best way to secure a clear com-
plexion, free from saliowness, pim-
ples, blotches, etc , is to keep the
liver in good order. An occasional
dose of Herbir.e will cleanse the bow-
els, regulate the liver rmi soestab-
5-d. a clflar,’healthy complexion
. ' ------vvoyicAiuu. ;><)(
at A. D. Wright’s drug store
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with return limit of
| with extension privilege to Nov. 5.
j Rate of one fare plus 50c for rouud
•St. Louis fair, Oct. 5-10, tickets on
sale Oct. 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, », with return
limit Oct. 12., Fare for the round trip
from Chandler, $1} 90.
Home visitors excursions to In-
dianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville,
loledo.Ft, VV ayne and other points in
Indiana aud Ohio, tickets on sale
Sept. 1, K, 15, and Oct. (i, with return
limit of 30 days from date of sale.
Rate of one and one-third fare for the
round trip. Ask local agent for addi-
San Francisco, California. Ameri-
can Bankers’ association, Oct. 20-23
tickets on sale Oct. 8-17, with final
return limit Nov. 30. Rate of one
first class fare for the round trip.
For detailed information regard to
any of the above rates call on or
I address the local ag- m at Chandler,
| who tvii be I lea-ed to answer any
nquirits iigmding jour gmmer uut-
t i°fs- O. C. Johnson,
Chandler, O. T.
B. F. Dunn, Diet. Fuss. Agt.,
improved soda crackers—
Quite different from
the common crackers
that come in paper bag3
And which no one buys
nowadays excepting as
a matter of habit
Uneeda Biscuit are
by the baker and
by the in-er-seal Package,
identified by the
famous red and white
trade mark design.
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French, Mrs. W. H. Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 185, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 3, 1903, newspaper, November 3, 1903; Chandler, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912439/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.