The Chandler News-Publicist (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1917 Page: 3 of 12
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KUDav, jink h. i9ir.
TWO YEARS IN BED
AND ROLLING CHAIR
MRS. WILSON U.HK IP
cent, kafir 10 per cent, tuilo 3 perf
cent, sorghum 10 per cent, broom
corn 8 per cent and peanuts IS per
cent Our estimates for this jeers
acreage are as follows l otion .
Hot’S— -’36.000 acres, kafir 633,000 acres.
MAINS 03 POI'VIIS on TANLVr milu a3w u*>» acres, sorghum .’N3.
% mi is now \ iu i i u..u|c woo acres, broom corn 341.000 acres
1 ' " A and peanuts 10.700 arris
time eltheV'lnX Loipltal. in b“d"
<lon t guess I would be tore now if KXIJST l\ THE Gt \iu*
it hadn't been for Tanlac," said Mrs
E. O WItoon. Mrs Wi^on is well- Fort *01. Okla . May 29 — Somc-
ra. u wiisnn Mrs VVtJpon is well r uri . May Some-
known in Atlanta, her husband hav thing more than 200 men are needed
ing been employed by the i'onstitu 10 bring the First Oklahoma infau-
tion for a number of years tr>. the only regiment of infantry iu
“1 was a great sufferer from ®tate. to the minimum streugth
•chronic indigestion.’’ continued Mrs re,iuired by the war dei>artmeut bc-
Wilaon, "and don’t guess anybody ,ore 11 can he declared efficient for
ever had to go through with what I battle,
did. 1 was very weak and nervous, A ,al* to the men of Oklahoma has
and at times had those dreadful been seut out by Colonel Roy Hoff
smothering sensations to the point of nian- commanding the regimeut. for
fainting. 1 had dreadful headaches. rpcrults to fill the ranks so that this
severe pains in my back and over my state may inform the war department
kidneys and my Joints ached all the ,l,at it has a regimeut of soldiers to
time. For two years I had to live *,la,e at the service of the nation
entirely on boiled milk, toast and To facilitate recruiting in all parts
soft boiled eggs, and even that the state, three statious have been
didn’t digest well, and would sour (>l,t!l»pd with a lieutenant and three
on my stomach I didn’t know what enlisted men in service at each These
it was to get a good night's sleep. stat*0,,s are at Tulsa. 4oti South Main
1 took one kind of medicine after sO*eeL with Lieut lien H. Chastaine
another until our house was almost *n charge; at Euid, with Lieut. Paul
tilled with empty bottled, but Instead, Brewer in charge, and at Ada.
of improving 1 was gettitig worse w*lh Lieut. Arthur J. Matheny in
all the time Finallv thev took me charge.
all the time. Finally they took me
to the hospital for treatment, and 1
lay there for five long months, but
even that didn't make me well. It
was taking nearly every cent of my
husband’s wages to pay my doctor
aud drug bills—our drug bill alone
amounted to $14 or $15 a month,
and one doctor bill amounted to
‘‘It looked like everything had
failed to help me. and 1 had about
given up all hope when one day my
husband brought a bottle of Tanlac
home with him and asked me to take
it. He said he had been reading and
hearing a lot of good things about it.
and didn't see any reason why it
shouldn’t help me. I was confined to
my rolling chair when I began tak
"Do 1 look like an invalid now?
I certainly don’t feel like one. and I
have actually gained twenty-five
pounds on eleven bottles of Tanlac.
and feel as well aa I ever did in my
life. I can eat anything I want —
such things as meat, turnips, hard-
boiled eggs don't hurt me a particle,
and 1 sleep as good as 1 did when I
was a girl in my teens I can get
about as well as any'body and Ju9t
the other day 1 walked down town,
and I am running around the neigh
borhood calling on my friends nearly
all the time now. I haven't a pain
about me. I believe I am the hap-
piest woman in Atlanta, and 1 think
I have a right to be I think my re-
covery is almost a miracle, and every-
body in our neighborhood thinks the
Tanlac is sold exclusively in Chan-
dler by Armstrong & Wolcott, in
Stroud by Moss <fc Ingalls, in Prague
by McDowell & Braniger. in Avery
by Q. R. Calloway, in Agra by A. M
Rueb, in Kendrick by Kendrick
Drug Store, in Tryon by Trvon
Pharmacy, and in Wellston by D. L.
CROP SUMMARY FOR MAY. 11)17.
(By Frank M. Gault. President Okla-
homa State Board of Agriculture
Wheat shows a growing condition
of 68 per cent. This is a decrease
in condition of 3 per cent as com-
pared with condition of same date
last month, and an increase of 4 per
cent as compared with the condition
of* same date one year ago. Wheat
continues to show up poorly in the
northwest and southwest parts of the
state. Over half of the crop in these
sections has been abandoned on ac-
count of various causes. 20 per cent
of the acreage planted to wheat in
the fall of IP 10 has been abandoned,
leaving 2,283,000 acres to be har-
vested. Estimates based on these
figures assures Oklahoma of a wheat
crop ranging between 25 and 30 mil-
lion bushels. Some parts o: the
state report most all wheat heading
short, but giving prospect of a good
Corn shows a condition of 78 per
cent. This is 1 per cent below last
month’s condition and 2 per cent
above condition of same date one
year ago. The acreage planted to
corn this year is 5 per cent larger
than the 1916 acreage, making this
year’s acreage 4.118,000 acres This
is 1 per cent above our preliminary
estimate. This 1 per cent increase
is due to the failure of wheat in
some parts of the state.
Oats has a condition of 71 per
cent. This is* 1 per cent below the
condition of last month, and 10 per
cent above the condition of same
date one year ago. Alfalfa shows
up well with a condition of 78 per
cent, 1 per cent below the condition
of last month. There is a 9 per.cent
decrease in the oats acreage as com-
pared with la9t year. The alfalfa
acreage remains the same as in 1916
There is an increase in acreage of
the following crops as compared w ith
last year as follows: Cotton 8 per
These stations will remain open
until the regimeut is filled to its
minimum strength of 1,368 men. *To
intelligent men who enter the regi-
ment at this time promotion will be
rapid. Many of the men who entered
the ranks at the last call and who
have applied themselves iu the past
two months are finding advancement
rapid. Many are expected to be com-
manding companies later.
Under the provisions of the recent
army bill which increased the pay of
the enlisted men to double the
amount they formerly received, each
private is practically as well cared
,for financially as the officers over
him as his pay is clear speuding
money over and above all possible
expenses of living.
Colonel Hoffman has declared that
this is the time for men to demon-
strate their patriotism, not to wait
until the draft begins. It is assured
that the ranks of the regiment can
be filled in a day at that time, but it
is desired to make it an efficient or-
ganization and ready for the field by
the time the first men are taken into
the service under the draft. That is
the great demand of the country at
SOME <4000 ROAOs MAXIMS.
4Written by Homer D Wade. Chair-
Lual Good Roads Committee Farm
vr* b nion. 1
Our tiOK' valuable to waste
riding over .^“1 roads
Until w# b»»ve good roads we will
not have better markets
The coat of roads La leas than
the tax of bad ooex
Out of the mud aifcd into the pike
should be your aloitaiL
Fortune live* ou an improved
highway, misfortune ou a poor one.
IJhe growth of any comm unity
dependent upon good roads.
Happiuess, contentment aud pros-
perity don’t go with bad road*.
Even heathen countries realize the
value of good highways.
Mud holes are civilization's great*
est parasites. Abolish them
Unto auother generation the bene-
fits of good roads w ill exteud
Do deeds that will live after you
Boost and build roads
The kvilo of Constipation.
Constipation is one or the mam
reasons why the average human life
is below 40 years. Leaving waste
material in the body, poisons the sys-
tem and blood and makes us liable to
sn k headaches, biliousness, nervous-
ness aud muddy skin Wheu you
note these symptoms, try Dr. King's
New Life Pills They give prompt
relief, are mild, non griping iu ac-
tion. add tone to your system aud
clear the complexion. At your drua-
ID I I* FORK LAND IN l>FM\NI».
Deep Fork farm lands seem to be
in demand uowadays and Jack
Thompsou of Wellston. is the cham-
pion land man of this section, for,
within the past two weeks he has
sold more than ten fine farms situ-
ated along the Deep Fork and lias,
at the same time, netted himself a
neat sum as commissions
Jack knows Deep Fork dirt, in-
vestors are finding this out. as a re-
sult his services are in demand He
has listed many valuable tracts of
land in his section of the countv and
is doing a thriving business. If you
want a Deep Fork farm, which
within a ver> few years will be the
most productive laud iu the south-
west. Just drop Jack Thompson a
card and he'll do the rest. His ad-
dress is Wellston. Oklahoma
DAINt; hill (INF'S C'OI XTRA.
"Death Never t omes Too ........
.Necessary in Defense of Our
O.NF MINI I I SHIMON
Text:—-Heb. 10:2.",: “Not forsak-
ing the assembling of ourselves to-
gether. as the manner of some is.'
Church-going is a means of grace,
and divinely appointed It is help-
ful and restful. A fine investment
of your time. It develops the best
powers of the man. But! How easily
neglected! Absence from next Sab-
bath's service will make It easy to
stay away the next Sabbath. The
slightest irregularity in attendance
will work serious havoc with a good
habit. Then we reach for an excuse
We shall find a plenty but good ones
Most excuses analyzed mean simplv
"I don't wish to." If you will at-
tend church regularly one quarter,
you will want to go. Trv the rent
edy. Begin next Sabbath ir you have
not already begun We shall look
"AN hat kind of a church would our
cUurch he, if every member were just
Every member '’just like me" such
a church ought to please me. Would
it please the Master? What kind of
a prayer meeting would we have?
Every member Just like me? How
about your Epworth League? And
Sunday school? Every one just like
me Aud the church treasury? How
much money would we have? Just
like me. What would the uncon
verted say of such a church? How-
soon would God's will be done in
earth as it is in.Heaven? Let every
one answer for himself, "What kind
of a church would our church be if
every member were just like me?"
The pastor gladly offers his serv-
ices and will esteem it a great favor
to be informed of any one needing
the same. He will visit the aged,
shut-in and sick: read and pray with
them, attend funerals whenever this
It was Nathan Hale who said, "1
regret that I have but one life to
lose for ,m> country." And it is
Horace that makes one of his heroes
say "It is sweet and glorious to die
for one's country." There have been
many aud striking illustrations of
this In our country's history, it is
said that the untimely fate of Col
Owen Roberts, who fell at Stono, was
cause of universal regret. He was
an inflexible patriot, an excellent
disciplinarian, and enthusiast iu pur-
suit of military fame. His son. who
w as in the action, hearing of his mis-
fortune. hastened to him The expir-
ing veteran perceiving in his coun-
tenance the liveliest sorrow, ad-
dressed him with great composure:
I rejoice, my boy, once again to see
aud to embrace you. Receive this
sword, which has never been tar-
nished by dishonor, and let it not be
inactive while the liberty of our
country is endangered. Take my
last adieu, accept my blessings, and
return to your duty "
People are learning that a little
forethought often saves them a big
expense. Here is an instance: E
W. Archer. Caldwell, Ohio, writes:
I do not believe that our family
has been without Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
edy since we commenced keeping
house years ago. When we go on
an extended visit we take it with us."
Obtainable everywhere. adv.
"WHERE IS TEDDY?"
Noted Frencluiuui Tells Wilson
Roosevelt is Name to Conjure
With in France.
....... " ii' iirtri LUIS
desired, irrespective of the fact
ot church membership or non-church
loving hearts in marriage according
Of course he stands ready to unite
loving hearts in marriage according
to the laws of the church.
We particularly desire to meet, get
acquainted with and help so far as
he may be able, those who have no
religious connection or church home
Jesus Christ came to earth "not to be
ministered unto, but to minister" and
as a humble servant of His. he would
serve men and women every where
C. A. MORRISON
T2SL "Vou ‘•'opHone con-
si^ccthre* mU,t CO Oper,te *° lMure ‘h?hlch£r quality of
^ SZ rifM - ““
R c°-°P*r*‘e* by giving y,u * ■ [
conoctlon quickly, accurately and courtWualy
TI£nPeA^^^D •*<*••**» ^ “Pwiaf hi.
AdUt^t5P^AbT™52Kl M,TC!ky claarty and
comdidoni ^ P™Cticin« *«‘*phone courtaay under all
Zeary B.tl T.l^on. „ .
and Telegraph Co.
Money spent for properly
fitted glasses or spectscles
Is the best investment you
can make. They win re-
pay you many times by
preserving your eyesight
and preventing pain and
headachea They will
quiet and atrengthen your
nervea, thus enabling you
to perform your work bet-
ter aud eaaier The first
coat la too small to he
compared with the bene-
ROBT. B. ERWIN
For Auto Supplies
c°:r.;:::. max loewen
(loodyear Tires, Tubes and Aixevtoricx
Fresh Slot! Batteries Just Received
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
QUALirr. QUANTITY AND SERVICE
Call PHONE NO. 9
On account of the shortage of products in
many Lines, we are devoting more of our
time than ever before to our buying, so* as
to have on hand at all times a good, clean,
neat and full line of groceries at the lowest
Deliveries are always made on time as we
have our own delivery car.
■OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT-
AVOID THE USUAL DELAY INCIDENT TO GIVING*
YOUR APPLICATION TO SOME LOCAL LOAN AGENT
ALBERT E. ROSS
I liave $35,000 of private money to loan on Lincoln
County r»rms Any one wanting: a Farm Loan
(hould call write or phone me and gret my term*
e 8 08n' you want “n Abstract
of Title to your land, you should also see me.
'Phone No. 4 E. W. HOYT Chandler, OkU.
i CONSERVATIVE OIL & GAS CO.
+ CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA
W> wUh l„ announce to the people or Lincoln ( ouuty that
17.'.<‘r.‘‘a,l,T'.1. f,T ,he "f forwarding the „ll ami
gas iuduMtry of the home rounty.
We are in pmitl.m to buy and sell leases or fees, and to
nuke contracts for immediate drilling of wells. W
wRI,'oil Lh". 3"ket •’r,r® everything connected
with oil and gas .........mem. and should like for you to con-
sult us before dis|M>slng of your holdings.
Address the President or Secretary. Phone No. Hm or nil
C. LOUWEIN. Pr.. M. A. COX. Sac.
CAN YOU AFFORD TO DO WITH
OUT COTTON SEED MEAL
The population of the British Em-
pire exceeds one-quarter that of the
The average amount of sickness is
estimated at ten days per annum for
WE ARE PREPARED
To give you quirk and better service than anv other con ern
in the Southwest In the way of
DIAMOND SETTING, WATCH A VD JEWELRY REPAIRING
We have a fully equipped factory with all the latest ma-
chines and skilled workmen and we can give you quirk service
WE DO OUR OWN MANUFACTURING—
If you have some gold you want made into something else— we
will use the same gold you bring in. Let us show you.
A Y. HOSWELL CO.
12.'$ S. Main .St., Tulsa. Oklahoma
ffi'HH l>4-4 4-M-F
Animals must have protein-fats and car-
bohydrates. Corn, wheat, oats and bran
mean nothing except that they supply so
many pounds of these three food elements.
Colton Seed Meal Contains Over Three Times
the Protein of Corn, Oats or 8ran
Your milch cows, dry cattle, horses, mules
brood sows and poultry need it. Feed a
little every day the year 'round and note
the rapid gains. It reduces the cost of feed-
ing thereby increasing the profits. All grain
feeds are high and you cannot afford to
feed without it. Recognized by state exper-
iment stations and leading feeders as the
cheapest and most economical protein on
Southland Cotton Oil Co.
ANY SIZE! - STYLE 0D MATERIAL
j TENTS kCANPruRBiTURt FOR RENT
OklahomaCityTentb, Awning C°.
ASK US FOR PRICE5 312 W. FIRST ST
Paris, May 28.—Former Premier
Clemenceau in an open letter to
President Wilson printed in his paper
L Hommenchaine appeals to the
president to send over Colonel Roose-
velt and "his companions." M. Cle-
In invaded France at the present
hour there is a name which repre-
sents, by I know not what force of
intuition, the beautv of America’s in-
tervention—it is that of Roosevelt.
\ ou are too much a philosopher not
to know that great popular leaders
have influenced men all out of pro-
portion to their real value, the in-
tangible atmosphere of legend which
with or without their assistnace has
formed around them.
"\\ hatever may be the reasons and
without attempting to analyze the
phenomena I yield to the imperious;^
need to tell you that the name of A
Roosevelt has at this time legendary 1
power. It would be an enormous! $
error in my view to neglect a force $
which everything urges us to make!3[
use of as soon as possible 1$
"We have learned that the first 3}
American unit has arrived at the
front and with w hat zest generals and i
privates saluted the noble starred • S'
banner. However, you should know.
Mr. President, that more than onHf
stout chevronned poilu said to his 18.
companion in an astonished voice: $1
But w»vere is Roo^nelt” I don't y
see him ' " wj
< roup, Whooping-Cough Relieved. 0 ... _
Children's diseases leman i pre- "t1 "T"", ... " " " ■■
paredness When the child wakes "
you at night, gasping and strangling- —■■■■■.
for breath, how thankful you are to
have Dr Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey at
hand. This effective remedy loosens
the mucous and permits free and nat-
ural breathing. Its soothing balsams
heal the irritated membrane and ar-
rests further inflammation Pleasant
to take Keep Dr. Bell s Pine-Tar-
Honey in the house for all colds and
bronchial troubles. At your drug-
gist. 25c. a(j-i
9h.p .quipp^l with Acytl.n. ,u w.lding m.chinw—
Prompt attention to all ord.r.. Experienced hor.e-.hoer..
South Manvel Avenue
$200,000 .TO LOAN ON FARMS
Durin* our .xperienc. in negotiation of Ferm Loan, in
Oklahoma and Kama, wa have helped many farmer,
end I,urine., men to gr.et.r w.al-.h and pro.perity, by
advancing funds necessary for farm improvements and
greater acreage and we have boosted renters to farm
ownera. LET US GIVE YOU A LIFT.
Attractiva Rates, Prepayment Privileges. Liberal Terms
and Reliabla Service
THE I. N. HALL FARM LAND AND LOAN CO.
Op Stairs Acrsss frsa Cosrtbossr Pb-»«e 18t
MARCIS FURNITURE CO.
I V PURI A KINO INI) EMBALMIMj
Mr. Geo. Boylson is in charge of our under-
CALLS tYSkLREO DAY AND NIGHT
Pannes 121, 11,3 aud la2 , Chandler, Okla.
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