Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 169, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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That is Spent
My residence property
cheap,—W. L. Johnson.
•‘The Moonshiner’s Daughter” is ! permost in the minds of those who con-
tiie title of the latest melodramatic' template attending the St. Louis ex-
production which will l>e seen at the position- to get good accommodations
j Egbert opera house, Oct. 18. There | at rates that can be afforded, at a j
has said good-by to you forever. The
events of tomorrow are certain. The
wages of tomorrow are uncertain. A
nest egg of savings lends certainty to
the future and contentment to the
to get the first $5.00 or $10,00. Save
THE FIRST DOLLAR.
First National Bank
mm\ and Otherwise.
Bits of News Gathered (or Our Readers.
L. E. Martin was here from Faliis
Ab Geren of Stroud spent today in
L. T. Walker was here today from
Pearl Bucknum is visiting at Cleve-
land this week.
E. A. Humphrey of Guthrie mingled
with friends here today.
John W. Walker was a business
visitor today from Shawnee.
Hein/.’s sauerkraut, tlie best then
made, at R.B. Holland’s. 163t3
G. A. Neeley of Wellston attended
to legal matters in court today.
John Davis of Prague was a busi-
ness visitor in Chandler today.
Rev. E. S. Farrand will preach at
the Presbyterian church tonight. 108tf
Glenn Stout, cashier at the Boston
store, went to Bristow today to visit
a couple of days.
.1. T. Gillman, a prosperous agri-
culturist residing near Stroud, was a
Chandler visitor yesterday.
Sara Kleiq, who conducted the Eng-
lish kitchen for some time, is having
the Dawson building fitted up for a
Mr. Foushee and wife of Stroud are
visiting our town today. Mr. Fou-
shee is engaged in the implement busi-
ness at Stroud
is a pretty love story nicely woven
throughout this play and the adven-
tures of the moonshiners are depicted
in a most thrilling manner. There are
four acts and each is environ'd with
a handsome scenic dressing, i’he play
is staged in a decidedly tinished man-
ner and the company is made up of
players who have won distinction
heretofore in prominent productions.
Incidents from the famous Hattleld
and Taylor feud of Kentucky and
Tennessee are shown in a realistic
manner. A raid on the moonshiner’s
illicit still by the U. S. revenue men
is another feature. Lots of special-
ities. Seats on sale at Corbin &
( Lynch’s, 25, 33 and 50c.
Mrs. H. F Ardery of Guthrie, Oklu.
gave a most delightful song recital on
the night of September 17th in the
drawing room of the Oklahoma build-
ing at the world’s fair to the usual
large and appreciative audiences
I characteristic to this building, this
I being a complimentary affair at the
| hands of the Oklahoma World's Fair
commission to the commissioners of
other state buildings and the gover-
nors then visiting the fair. Mrs.
Ardery is the wife of Hon. Harry F.
Ardery, one of the first settlers of
Oklahoma. He was the first chair-
man of the republican central commit-
tee after the organization of the ter-
ritory and some years afterwards was
made secretary of the same committee.
—St. Louis Republic.
“tutu* Early Risers
The famous little pills.
place removed from the heat, dust and
confusion incident to the hotels of the j
city, and where there is no danger
from fire—is a serious problem. The,
Oklahoma World’s Fair association, !
of Lawton, Okla., has solved the prob-
lem. This association lias leased a j
beautiful grove near the fair grounds 1
and is erecti.ig hundreds of tents in it. !
These tents will be nicely furnished, ]
either for lodging or light house keep-1
ing, and rented to persons visiting the j
fair. The ideal location, pure wejl j
water beautiful shaded grounds render!
this camp a most delightful place to!
spend a week or two while visiting the I
fair. Here friends from different
parts of the country can meet, visit
together for a few weeks and at the
same time attend the great exposition.
For particular or folder, address
Oklahoma World’s Fair Association, j
Wellston station St. Louis.
A HAPPY MOTHER
M*y n, iyoa.
Before bit bal'T w»* born I was In great
I wn* just, able to be about but Just i
e to be about but Just as
aeon as 1 begun to tukt Wlr.e of Cardui, which
had been recouinicudcd tome. 1 felt much bet-
tor In fact I feel that if it hud not been for
this medicine 1 would not have been strong
euough to live through childbirth. But that
was made comparatively easy by taking your
medicine for four moutha before baby came
Wiue of Cardui restored mv health us I took it
two months afterward l cannot speak too
highly of Wine
of Cardui and l
TasAMi auK, Younq Matron's Club.
glad to en
First class Kimbal piano and six-
octave Story & Clark organ for sale 1
or trade.—C. L. McRay. 159dw tf J
Maud—Last night Jack told me that |
he wouldn’t marry the best girl living J
unless—what—unless she took Hollis-'
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. Bright
fellow. 35c. tea or tablets.—Corbin &
Wine of Cardui is a powerful tonic
which acts on the generative organs of
women, regulating menstruation and giv-
ing tone and strength to the organs which
inflammation and weakness have affected. It cures nineteen out
of every twenty cases of bearing-down |>aiiis or ovarian trouble.
Wine of Cardui cures harrciincea and aids the mother in
conserving her strength for the ordeal of childbirth. After that
event the Wine prevents dangerous flooding and helps mothers to
quick recovery. Wine of Cardui is the one medicine a mother
should use before and after childbirth.
All druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui.
One span high-bred Ilambletonlan
and Kentucky Whip colts, coming 3
years old, well broke, both single and
double. Inquire of W. G. Morris, po-
lice judge, Chandler, Okla. 157tf
Evangelistic services at the Presby-
terian church tonight. Song service
begins at 7:30. Come and enjoy good
spiritual service. l(18tf
John W. Cherry and Miss Ethel
Swinford of Warwick secured mar-
riage license yesterday.
Jacob E. Smulian, W. G. Pardoe,
A. M. Phillips and Chas. and Amos
Seaton attended court here today.
J. B. Inskeep, a prosperous farmer
from near Carney, remembered the
Publicist today in a substantia] way.
Cleve Mam, aged 20, and Miss Levi- j tonight and begin
any Knight, aged 19, both of Arling- j terest.
ton secured a marriage license yester-
W. H. Faliis, father of the town
hearing his name, returned today
from St. Louis where lie has been at-
tending the fair.
Don’t fail to hear Eller’s concert
hand on main street Oct. 21st. The conr |
pany plays ‘‘Kip Van iVinkle”at night
under canvas. Be there. dlfSStS
I. N. Bronson, of Chiekasha, 1. T.,
business manager of Kirloy & BritJ
ton’s “An Aristocratic Tramp,” was
in the city today.
The Teacher’s Reading circle exam-
ination will be held in the court house
at Chandler Thursday, Oct. 27, begin-
ning at 2 p. m.—E. B. Shotwell.
John A. Gibson and Miss Birdie
Dowell were married at the court house
yesterday by Rev. Cravens of the
I Presbyterian church.
F. H. Childs of Stroud was a Chan-
dler visitor today while enroute home
from Guthrie, where he attended the
Pythian grand lodge meeting.
A large attendance and growing in-
terest in the meetings at the Presby-
terian church last night. You come
with growth of in-
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You summon your host judgment when a physi-
cian is to be employed. Use the same care in
the selection of your druggist. The doctor in-
dicates the remedies to be used, then it is the
business of the druggist to supply them.
Everything depends on the purity and potency
of the remedy used. If we till your presi rip-
tions they will produce the results your physi-
We have had 1C years experience. We tolerate
no guesswork in buying,compounding or selling
of drugs. Our prescription service always
means security, and it might sometime mean
something even more vital- life.
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DAY AND NIGHT.
Fliones: Store, 124; Res. 123
A. D. WRIGHT’S
DR. J. W. DILLARD.
Res. Phone 36.
DR. W. D. BAlftD.
Res. Phone 2\\
Drs. Dillard & Baird
...Office over CORBIN & LYNCH'S Drug Store...
OFFIK Phi ini: 214 Hospital I’m >ne 155
I’lty «• r i 'mint r.v < nlln Nijrht 1
Day Promptly Attended......
The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian
church will meet tomorrow at 3 p. m.
at the church. A full attendance is
Mr. Vernon Galster, the noted mu-
sical artist, will introduce his novel
specialty “The Musical Cow,” wilh
Eiler’s Rip Van Winkle Co., under
canvas October 21st. You should see
Miss Anna Ejsing, Chicago’s favor- j George J. Lightfoot and wife, an
ite singer 12 years of age, will appear ! aged couple residing at Springhill,
as a special feature with Eiler’s Rip! Kan., spent yesterday in Chandler
Van Winkle Co., October 21st. under while enroute home from Sparks
canvas. dl68t8 j where they have been visiting their
In order to make room for new i brother Harvey Lightfoot.
goods we will, on each Friday and! The “life-line” U out, extending the
- j glad hand of life, hope and happiness.
Reaches around the globe. ’Tis Hol-
Saturday, sell millinery goods at 50'
per cent discount. Come early before
the stock is broken.—Macomber &
lister’s Rocky Mountain Tea.
tea or tablets.—Corbin & Lynch.
UNION NATIONAL BANK,
ThcJBank of Hoffman, Charles & Conklin
Oldest Established Bank in Lincoln County.
Oldesf Bank iy Oklahoma Under Continuous Management.
Capital Paid in $50,000.00
Largest Deposits in Lincoln County
Liberal accommodations ^consistent*| with
safe ancUsound banking rules. □; : : :
Dr. Carroll Rogers
Rooms 1 and 2 Frazier Building
Ladies requiring special aid in pri-
vate matters peculiar to their sex. in
all cases of a complicated nature,
should consult Dr. W. H. Gunn or Dr
Emma Gunn. Address with stamp,
Box 32.5, Oklahoma City, Okla. wl7tl
P. S "HOFFMAN. Pres. .
E. L. CONKLIN, Cashier.
J. B. CHARLES, Vice Pres.
H . C. BRUNT, Ass't Cash
ROY V. HOFFMAN. JOHN EMBRY,
HOFFMAN & EMBRY,
Sherman Springer, fusion candi- A I I ORNEYS A T LASV»
date for county commissioner from j Office in the Hoffman, Charles
the Second district, opponent of Capt. ; & Conklin Building over Bank.
Amberg, paid this office an agreeable ! CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA
visit today by extending bis subscrip _
tion. Mr. Springer believes in pay - I
ing as he goes, which is just the nec- HOTTER
essarv quality for a good county of-1 DENTIST,
ficial to possess.
I wish to thank the patrons for the j K^u»y" sLudin^ ( Chandler, Okla
kindness shown me during the past i
months i have been serving them as |
carrier on R. F. D No. 2. Saturday EMERY A FOSTER,
will be my last day to serve as carrier, j
I quit to take a position as clerk in j a I I'ORNEY-A 1-LAW.
the postoffice, and I can cheerfully !
recommend I. W. Belt;er, my sue-1 Office in Hoffman Building,
cessor, as a good man to fill the pi are. ' Room 10.
—R. A. Fleming.
C. S. Nealy, Omaha — Rheumatism
and kidney troubles have entirely left
me. Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea
made me well and strong. 35c, tea or
tablets. -Corbin & Lynch.
LESS THAN ONE FARE RATE
To San Francisco, Cal. and Return
will be effective daily August I ft to September
10 inclusive, from all stations on &H lines in
Texas and the southwest, ”ia
“THE DENVER ROAD.”
This arrangement makes the very libers! stop-over privil-
eges doubly valuable and will greatly enhance the pleasure
of those desiring an extended vacation or who are capable
of appreciating such oceans of rugged senic grandeur as is
afforded only via the routes through
“Panoramic New Mexico,” Cool Colorado”
and “ Irrigated Utah ”
There is never a more delightful time for visiting Colorado
and the Northwest than during September and October. A
postal addressed to the undersigned will secure to inter-
ested parties several specially valuable pointers, also de-
scriptive literature and detailed particulars regarding
rates and arrangements.
A, A. GLISSON, General Passenger Agent,
Fort Worth, Texas.
The Chandler Bus Line
To Core a Cold mOne Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove’s sig-
nature is on each box. 2nc. !0-l-12m
Broke Into His House
S. Le ijuinn of Cavendish, Vt , was j
robbed of his customary health by in-
vasion of chronic constipation. When
Dr. King’s New Life Pills broke into
his house his trouble was arr ested and
now he's entirely cured. They're
guaranteed to cure. 25c, at A. D.
Wright’s drug store.
iCedcl Dyspepsia Cut e
roosts what you eat.
Will call for Passengers or
baggage from any part, of
the cit,y. Leave orders at, tne
St. Cloud Hotel, or Phone 67
W. S. Raupe Manager.
STRICH A ZEIDLER'S
NEWEST HIGH-GRADE PIANO
Always on hand at Wolfe’s
Jewelry Store See Mrs. Th.
Filtsch or Walter Wolfe for
prices and terms.
Helps Betsy People
KEEPING THE SYSTEM IN <10014 CONDITION MKA.'
MONEY TO WORKING PEOPLE. A SICK SPKL!
MEANS LOSS OF TIME AND EXPENSE FOR MED1
Prickly Ash Bitters is the
Medicine that Keeps you Well
Prickly Ash Bitters is a blood purifier and system regulator,
helps the farmer, the mechanic, the laborer, the clerk, the husintsi
man, the brainworker and the housewife, in fact eve y body who has
not the time to Vie sick. It will cleanse and enrich the blood, removt
trouble in the digestion, strengthen the kidneys, purify aud reguitt,
the bowels. It nuts the body in good condition, aud to victims ol
chronic kidney or stomach trouble, indigestion oi constipation, it i
of priceless value. Keep it at home where It can he used prompt
whenever needed. A dose at night when you g., to bed will give you *
copious operation of the bowels and put you in spirits next morning
Sold Everywhere at $1.00
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French, Mrs. W. H. Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 169, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1904, newspaper, October 13, 1904; Chandler, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913212/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.