Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 138, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 10, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SCENK KpLTE
The one cun often be easily
traced to the other. Our
optician will tell you in a
few moments if your eyeB are
the cause of your heed ache
He won’t tell you that you
need glasses if you don’t.
If your eyes require glasses
we wish to supply them at a
Isn’t it worth a few minutes
time to drop in and iind out
whether jour eyes are right
or not—especially If you are
tortured with frequent head-
Its rsils penetrate In- fertile Mates of
INDIAN TERRITORY ,
TEXAS and th£
ALABAMA and the
It reachet the rich tanr'.rs l«>t<t«of Kanas*
i mil Oklahoma, the mineral ful la ol houlhi.t
I Mlaaouri sad Northern Arkaaiaa, ths coltoi
fielifa of o-t :t’» a.:.l South* .-at thec-lfirlo
ol Kanaa a.-d the ladlsa Ter ttory.and haa
profit to thi home-seeker .nV tnveitor. Am.
Usl, hut cot lead, it will eorr) y< u to the lamei
I health retorts ol the Ororks.
“Hello!” “Hello” "Is this Hit-
ter?” “Yes.” ‘“This is Jones,
did you send that case of beer up
to my house today?” “Yes sir.
“Was it the satge as the last case
I got.” “Yes sir, ORIGINAL BlJD-
wkiser.” “Well, it's all right
then: say Hitter, have you the
Faust draught bee on tap?” Yes
Jones, fresh and cold.” “All
right, I’ll be down soon for a
glass, I think it is the best keg
TIME OF *r
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Chandler Daily Publicist, ........
____I 448 Local Jfrleghl
■ ------- ‘ KANT IIOI Nl»
Pnbllahefi every rye,, .nr except Sunday. (t4 M,
—------" .... . 112 Kansas City Express.
Bate red (VI tlia t’oalofflca at c Bandiar J(< |.,„.a| irleitli'
na Heeoudclass Matter
__________south Western hi'
SUBtSOft 1I'TION RATES.
Delivered by carrier, per week..... MOO ‘ Mixed i ■•■'in.
aioo east round
Tiir** Month*............... Arrive Dally
' MRS. W. 11. FRI’.Ni 'll. 4»8 ^SKTriiiB " 80 *
Editor and Publlaher. Through I'nllman ami chair . nr to St.
____| Loui* *Mo.. making clone connection for all
^— j p0|ma north, cunt anti noutli.
ttauctsT -phone 82 ’ :::r
'' V. J. MnromhtT, I.ik’i:! Am*nt
....5:80 p 111
Many words of praise come to
me in this way regarding our beer,
wines and liquors. A sample or-
der from you will convince you
that I am headquarters for good
goods at reasonable prices.
Want to build a home, erect
a block or procure money
in Chandler for any pur-
DR. ELIZABETH M. PLUSS
Rooms i and 4.
I.I. W. u’LLARD, M D.,
PHY8.CIAN AND SURGEON.
1 alls answered day or Light.
A. M. MAKSHAU.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
j Residence in Holmes Building.
ORice Over Corbin & Lynch’s
Offices over Col A Col ■ Drugstore
answered promptly—*lay or ulgt.t
’ I A. B OLESON,
Contractor and Builder.
Want Insurance—Fire, Cy-
clone, Plate Glass or Acci-
M. o. Peterson,Hampton— Wife was
sickly and unable to eal, sleep or
rosy cheeked. 35 cents,tea or tablets.
—Corbin & Lynch
Want your title examined
or abstract made? If s<\
Cooled and Lighted
Call or Dro| a Card
The Lincoln County
Kentucky Liquor House
n. G. RITTER, Prop
In addition to the electric light in each berth
which can be turned on or off, or for a dun
light, as you desire, there is a large electnc
fan in the compartment observation car of
The Southwest Limited to make summer
traveling comfortable. You will find many
other pleasing innovations about this train
of trains between Kansas City and Chicago
EMERY A FOSTER.
A. E. Stutsman
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Office in Hoffman Building.
Boot and Shoe Cobbling anu
Second Hand goods—all kinds
in stock Arms and Accoutre-
Bankrupt Stock Merchandise
ROY V. HOFFMAN. JOHN EMBRY.
HOFFMAN & EMBRY,
September 10, 1904.
C W. Strain.
’ Clin mile
tit'ueral I’uhh Atfciit.
st. Loui* Mo.
attorneys at law.
THOS. 11 WATSON
For Vice President
THOS. H. TIB DLLS
For Delegate to Congress
H. E. STRAL'GHEN
For Councilman Ith District
J. B. A. ROBERTSON
For Representative 8th District
CHAS. N. BROWN
Office in the Hoffman, diaries
& Conklin Building ov«r Bank.
Dry Goods, Groceries
Big 4 2nd Hand Store
Leave Kansas City: union station, 5:55 p. in.
Grand avenue, 6:07 p. m. Arrive Chicago,
union station, 8:55 a. in. in good season for
connections north and oast, or for the day s
business. Folder and summer book free.
G. L. COBB,
Southwestern Pass. Agt.
907 riain St. Kansas City, Mo
Win. A. Maxwell has sold his paper
j the Yukon Sun, to Gordon McComas, |
who at once assumes control. Mr.
DR. A. B. POTTER
Maxwell lias conducted the Sun fo
the past five years and has been glv-
I ing his patrons first-class service. He
will tie missed from the fraternity.
Office upstairs 1
Fettquay Building! Chandler, Okia
T. J. H1NCHEY.
Summer tourist rates to Hot Spring j
and Eureka Springs, Arkansas—Tick- j
t els on sale each Wednesday and Sat- ]
urday during July, August and Sep-j
tcrub. Kate one fare plus $2.00. Final
j return limit (10 days from date of sale, j
Chas. R. Wilson | C.'has B. Wilson. Jr
WILSON & WILSON
Office Room 11 1 ___ _
Hoffman Building I CHANDLER. O T .
H. G. SHAFFER.
For Probate Judge,
S. A. CORDELL.
Special tourist rate, $15.00 round
! trip To Denver, Colorado Springs,
und Pueblo, Colo. Dates of sale
Tuesdays and Saturdays August!!!,
.’0,, 25, 27, and 30 and Sep). 3, (i, 10, j
13, and 17, 1004. Final return limit |
SPEAR’S WAGON YARD
For Good and
4-4 J. \A/. DILL-ON, Prop
Season Excursion Tickets.
RATE—Eighty (r per cent of double the one way
regular ran for trie round trip.
DATES OF SALE—Daily from April 15th until
November 15, 1904.
FINAL LIMIT—December 15, 1904.
Sixty Day I ickets.
RATE—One and one-third fare for the round trip.
DATES OB1 SALE—Daily from April 25th to
November 2oth, 1904.
FINAL LIMIT—Sixty days from date of sale.
Oct 31 11104.
For County Attorney,
Strict! & Zeidier’s Newest Styles
For Register of Deeds,
V. V. CROUCH.
For County Superintendent.
E. B. SHOTWELL.
Triennial Conclave KnightsTemplar
and Soverign Grand Lodge I. O. O.F. 1
at Sat, Francisco, Cal., September 5 j
' to 25, 1904. Tickets on sale for above |
• occasion at $45.09 for round trip. Date
of sale August 15 to September 10. j
Final return limit October 23. 1P04.
of High Grade Uprights
just received and a -e on
sale at Kent Wolf s.
Everybody is invited to
try them and make a choice
Prices moderate according
to quality. < 'atalog of in-
formation free on request.
T. J. GREEN WELL.
For County Weighor
A. J: HAGAN
C. M. TRACY.
Summer Tourist Rates — Tickets on
sale to certain points in Alabama,
Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi,North
Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee,
West Virginia and Virginia. Dates
of sale on Wednesdays and Saturdays
only, with final return limit sixty
days from date of sale, but not later
than October 31, 1904.
Summer tourist rates to Colorado
2nd Diat.—SHERMAN SPRINGER au,i Utah. Season tickets on sale
daily to following points in Colorado
and Utah: Denver, Colo., $23,90;
Colorado Springs, Colo., $21.45;
l’ue-olo. Colo., $21.45; Glenwood
Springs, Colo., $33.45;Ogden and Salt
Lake, Utah, *3ti.«0; final return limit
i October 31, 1P04.
For County Commissioners
1st Dist.-JOHN MURPHY.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Fifteen Day * ickets.
RATE—One fare plus $2.00 for the round trip-
not to exceed one and one-fifth fare.
DATES OF SALE—April 27th to November 30th
LIMIT—Fifteen days from date of sale.
World’s Fair Booklet and other Informa-
C. W. STRAIN,
Div. Pass. Agt., Wichita, Kansas.
3rd Dist.-W.J. HARDING.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF
THE PEOPLE’S PARTY.
National Committee for Oklahoma
Territory—Spencer K. Sanders, King-
fisher; Mrs. W . H. Piench, Chandler:
John S. Allen, Norman.
Territorial Officers—K. T. O'Mealy,
chairman, Lumont, Okia.: L. . Bur-
nett, secretary. Chandler, Okia.
C. W. Strain,
Div. Pass Agent,
A. J. Macomber. agent,
Mnnv oeoole who are neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble, hoping “it will wear away,” are
^T^P^owards Bright’s Disease, which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms.
Organizer—F. W. Jacobs,
Mother—Yes, one package makes
two quarts of baby medicine. See
directions. There is nothing just as
good for babies and children as Hol-
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents, lea or tablets.—Corbin & Lynch.
DATES AND ADLRESSES
The following dates have been set
Where Others Failed.
. .. , , . ____. . “Each spring for five or six years 1
for addresses to be delixered by Mr. . ■ .
_ broke out with a kind of Eczema which
Straughen: In Cleveland county, Sep- nolj,ing seemed to relieve |>ermanent-
---1— r. a 7. o> T..«*nn 9. n m. Finally I tried a box of Hunt’s
tember 5, «, 7: at Lawton, 2 p. m.,
September 8tb: at Walter, 8 p. m.,
September 8th; at Ledger, September,
9th: at other Greer county points,
September 10th: at Hobart, September
11th: at Anadarko, on the 13th: at El
Reno, the 14th: at Enid, the 15th: at
Jefferson, the lfith.
Cure, which promptly cured me. Two
years have passed by but the trouble
lias not returned. Mrs.KateHoward.
,V*per box. Little Rock, Ark.
For Pile*. Burns, Sores.
YY A. Y,
Stops irregularities, strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the worn-out
of the kidneys so they will perform their functions properly. Healthy kidneys str
:_____a<= naccpQ throup-h them. Diseased kidnevs do r
...- ..— ..— — tissues
oi rne Kioneyb so ti;cy pcuunu -------------- ----kidneys strain out
the impurities from the blood as it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not, and
the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body,
causing dizziness, backache, stomach trouble, sluggish liver, irregular heart action, etc.
If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouh’y commence taking FOLEY S
KIDNEY CURE at once, as it will cure a slight disord *r in a few days and prevent a
fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system.
G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four Years.
G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Cyntcr, N. Y., writes:
“About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely
cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of
Foley’s Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped the brick-dust sediment and
pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared, i am glad to say that
I have never had ii return of any of those symptoms during the four
years that have elapsed, and 1 am evidently cured to stay cured, and
heartily recommend Foley’s Kidney Cure to any one suffering from
kidney or bladder trouble.”
How to Find Out.
You can easily determine if your kidneys are
out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a
bottle of the urine passed upon arising. If
upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has
a brick-dust sediment or small particles float
about in it, your kidneys are diseased, and
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE should be taken
Two Sizes, 50 Cents Hfifl *$1,410"
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Corbin & Lynch
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