Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 138, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 10, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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That is Spent
At the silver medal eohtest held at
i the high school hullding last night
Miss Alta Sawyer was awarded the
medal while Miss Anita Shotwell
i ranked a close second. Those present
j say each contestant did extremely
! well and that the musical numbers
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 tirst $5.00 or $10,00.
THE FIRST DOLLAR.
Southern Security Co.
Geo. 11. Nichols, Mgr.
Will negotiate short Loans on
lut5 Household Furniture, Pianos and olh-
,, , Th were er personal proiierty. No publicity,
were highly enjoyed. The judges wete F,k mo > ,f you want a loan
Rev. W A. Cravens, VV. L. Johnson ■ come antj gee us. Room in the Wolcott
and G. H. Nichols, Jr. 1 Block, Chandler. Oklahoma.
Mr. Barker of the 3arker hotel was J
showing a curiosity this morning in Tljg Chandler BlIS Lille
the shape of an egg within an egg. In I
breaking an egg Mrs. Barker noticed ---^=-
some foreign substance in the contents j
which upon examination, prove to be I
a small, perfectly formed egg about j
^the size of a robin’s egg. The shell ,
I was hard and of a light greyish color. j
I Just how this little egg got inside ofj
j the big egg is a problem yet_ to be |
Will call for Passengers or
baggage from any part, of
the dt.y. Leave orders at, tne
St. Cloud Hotel, or Phone 67
W. S. Raupe Manager.
K. D. FRAZIER
First* National Bank
»cr$onai and Otherwise.
Bits of News Gathered for Out Readers.
Notwithstanding the various other J
attractions in the city last night a j
large crowd of men and boys assem-1 H' D- fra/aer
bled at the tabernacle to hear Evan-] __ irn»7|FU
gelist Frasier on the subject of “Jacob I rKAZItK ,ot rrv ALlurv
and Rachel.” His address was aj
timely and masterly appeal to the \AFAT /V\ A R K ET
: honor and manhood of husbands and j y l LrV 1 1 T 1
fathers, and was listened to with pro- WfillStOn, Okld
j found attention. The subject for to- i
night is, "ahrouds Have No 1’oek-, l(<me ln „aton—I'bino-im ntuiTurkcj
' eta.” On tomorrow at 11 a. m. the Ucsu-Reef and Pork—Haiaaae. etc.
theme will be "Winning Souls;" at j
3 p m . "Is There a Hell?” This is a a /A
to be a mass meeting for everybody. •••*-»• ^ '*■ •••
At8 p. m , “Saul of Tarsus ” The' Auctioneer,
people are cordially invited to attend j ^ ^ a S lilty. Satisiac-
all these services. Ron Guaranteed. Terms 1 per cent.
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Shops at Gormley’s Lumber Yard. I
J. C. Weathers returned to Weils-
ton this noon.
C. A. Horr returned from Guthrie
Capt. A. A. Beasler came in from
p. T. Caesar of Wellston is trans-
acting business in Chandler today.
Mrs. J. A. Barr went to Guthrie last
night for a few days visit with friends.
Pearl Bucknum returned last even-
ing from a two days visit at Oklahoma
Warren Robertson returned this
morning from a visit with relatives in
Hal ve and Frank Becknell returned
from their visit to the world’s fair last
G. A. Smith of the Tribune is trans-
acting business at Oklahoma City
Mrs. D. A. Underwood left this
morning for a visit with friends »t
Fred Franke returned last
from an extended
visit witb relatives
A. E. Mascho and family returned
from St. Louis this morning. They
had been taking in the fair.
A number of those of our citizens
who have been at St, Louis the past
week returned home today.
E. Gibbon and S. G. Morton are in
from North Fox township attendingto
business matters at the court house.
Mrs. A. M. Rube and son Elmo j
came in from Agra today and will j
visit with Chandler friends for a week
For Sale—First class milch cow j
with ti-months’ old calf, worth #40:
easy: will take #05, cash. Enquire at ,
the Publicist office. dl38tf
Mrs, F. R. Farrand and daughter ,
Helen arrived this noon from Pitts-
burg, Kau., for a visit with Mr. and j
Mrs. W. A. Cravens at the manse.
The Chandler public schools open j
next Monday and it Is earnestly hoped
that parents will see to it that their
ch’ldren are on hand promptly to en-
| When you take Grove’s Tasteies :
I Chill Tonic because the formula is
| plainly printed on every bottle show-,
night ng that it is simply iron and quinine.
Coach Excursion to Kansas City. ■ at £al.r Johnson’s Implement j
HOUSE, SIGN and
On Sept. 11th, 1904, round trip tick
ets will be on sale to Kansas City and
return at $10.40 for seven days from
dale of sale. A. J. Macomber, Agt
•store, South P. o. and Get Dates. j Signs on any material in Gold, Silver or Paint
p. O, Box 135.
| --------- — ^
W. J. WALLACE, M D.
W. Q. RISBEE, M. D.
No cure, no pay-
in a tasteless form
,, Marriage licenses were issued today
G. M. Berry and wife went to Dav- Hughes and Anna Long of Ken-
enport tedav for an over Sunday visit • w ... - - »..... *•'
You will never be overcome by heat as long
as your pores are open and active.
When the pores are not obstructed, any rise
in the temperature of the blood causes an in
ciease of prespiration, the evaporation of whit h
acts as an automatic cooler of the body and
The pores should be kept in an active conai*
tion by a daily bath during hot weather. Com-
fort ane safety demand it. The luxury and ei-
fectiveness of bathing are doubled by abequato
bath supplies. We have everything required -
tine sponges, pure soaps, fragrant toilet waters,
good bath brushes that increase the vigor of the
*Drs. Wallace d ffiisbee
Physicians and Surgeons
s-crlal atle-ul -i irtven to IMimim- of W..mcn,i,ml ntl Rat..: X-Ray »d
•Slavic examination* ami treatment fur all chronic cllaoaHCM.
Office and Sanitarium in Fletcher Bldg.
Barney Crume came
rick this noon. He
T. LaBass and Mary E
i Johnson of Paden. I T.; Davis Blake-
in from Mer-! ly and Pearl Watterfield, colored, of
will attend the Wellton.
A. D. WRIGHT’S
in this city. Call or address P
box 197, Chandler. — Mrs. J. M.
Dr. Carroll Rogers
Frank West and Miss Marie MoKl-
, , ! Hinnev returned last night from Colo-
Miss Jessie Bucknum arrived home iQ *g Colo , where they ac-
this morning from an extended Tlslt|c anied Miss Lucy McElHinney i
ou the Pacific coast, | wbo went there that her health might
C. Kayser, the iiainter, went to be benefited. They report Miss Lucy’s
Shawnee today where he has several health much improved,
days work at his trade. | ( Thofturn of Guthrie, secretary
R, Judy and family went to Merrick I territorial board ofagricuiture, is in
vesterdav where Mr. Judy has a con-1 the city today. Mr. °
tract of hanging paper. j read a paper at the Farmers in titute
this afternoon on the question of the
For Rent—My residence property | at,raightening of IleepFork. This office
. ,r.!= «!*., null nr address P. O. • ac^now]edges a pleasant call. __________
One of i he most enjoyable events ofj Files Upon Top oi Piles,
the season was the dance at the < ban- pea U])on top of piles of people
World’s Fair St. Louis, Mo.-j tiler hotel last night, given in honor have the piles, and DeW ill’s Witch
Month of September, 1904.-Round | of Miss Ethyl Houston of M>’ore,OU 1Jaze] salve cures them. There are
V. / ; \
DAY /A IN 13 NIGHT.
Phones: Store, 12*1; Res.123
Rooms \ and 2 Frazier Building
Two miles east and 4 miles south of j
Chandler, 1 mile west and IJ miles |
north of Sparks, ne 1-13-4,
Tuesday, September Ut.
Sale to commence at 10 o’clock ;
sharp, 8 milch cows all well bred: red ,
color: 2 led heifers 2 years old, three j
steers 1 year old, 3 calves 10 months ,
old. 1 Red heifer 1 year old, 1 heifer J
10 months old, 1 red high-grade bull 2
years old. 1 span mules 4 years old
wt i‘,00 each, 1 bay mare 9 years old
Month of September, 1004,-Round j of Miss Ethyl Houstono. —---Hazel Salve cures them x--- 8 years old wt 900. 1 3-inch
trip tickets will be on sale to St.Louis , who is here visiting her friend, - I many different kinds of piles L-.m nearly new. 1 set double bar-
and return during month of Septem- j Marguerite^\\ ol e’ 1J g“'ouston,! yonget the genuine and original A . cl, - al
5ay Final*lhnlitV day^frora d^te'of j SosUntimate friends, but all report a Chi?ago^a cure is certain H.
J I -11.. .1 ♦ i l l-WX . rni.
dr. J. w. DILLARD.
Res. Phone 38.
DR. W. O. BAIRD.
Res. Phone 2U
Drs. Dillard & Baird
...Office over CORBIN & LYNCH’S Drug Store...
oi-rii-: Phone 214 Hospital Phone 155
City or Country ChIIh Nljclit or
Day Promptly Attended.........
sale. Kate $12.66.
■ jolly e;ood time.
A. Tisdale of Summerton, S. says.
"1 had piles 20 years and DeWitt’s
Salve cured me after everything else :
sold by Corbin sk Lynch.
Free lunch at noon.
C. Ladd, Owner.
UNION NATIONAL BANK,
The Bank of Hoffman, Charles & Conklin
Oldest Established Banklin Lincoln County.
Oldest Bank in Oklahoma Under Continuous Management.
Capital Paid in $50,000.00
Largest Dcposits£in Lincoln County
Gibeial accommodations consistent with
safe and sound banking rules. ; ‘ :
Family washings and laundry s<>-
' licited by B. Edwards at the Steam
bath rooms. Leave orders at hath
j rooms and work will be gathered up
i Mondays and Thursdays. Experienced
help employed and good work guiu-
anteed. Call and see me dI3li (it
On my farm, 3 miles east and 3 miles
south of Chandler, 2 miles north of
Sparks on nw 14-5-31.
Tuesday, September 27,
At 10 o’clock sharp, 10 head good
milch cows, 14 nice spring calves, I
head 2-year-old steers, ti head 3-year-
old steers, 4 yearling steers, 4 year-
ling heifers, 1 good grade bull, 2-
I year-old heifers, span good mules, wt.
| 1000 pounds each, 1 extra good year-
| Bug colt, 1 single buggy, I feed grind-
er, 1 lumber wagon Free lunch at
I noon D. J. Matheny
[ H. C. Lee, Auctioneer.
On the following dates tickets will
D3 on sale to St. Louis and retu i at
$10.40 for the round trip, good six
davs from date of sale. 1 ickets on sale
her 3.1904. A. J. Mucomber, Agt
l H. G. LEE l
£ auctioneer J
* AT CHANDLER J,
* Will cry sales anywhere in ^
£ the county. It is not necessary
* to have my picture at the head ^
jf of this ad.,as I am better look- *
* ing than 1 was last year. Office o
S' at A. D. Wrights Drug tore. ;
* bee me before you ^et out your *
£ ms. *
7 i u
LESS THAN ONE FARE RATE
To San Francisco, Cal. and Return
will be effective ffaily August 15 to September
10 inclusive, from all stations on all lines in
Texas and the southwest, ”ia
“THE DENVER ROAD.”
This urn. ement makes the very liberal stop-ov. r privil-
eges dout'. valuable and will greatly enhance the (,i, .-•h---
uf those ih siring an extended vacation or who arecapaui
of apprec ing such.........of rugged acnli gi ndeurasia
afforded oi.ly 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 semire to inter-
ested parties several specially valuable pointers, also de-
scriptive literature ami detailed particulars regarding
rates and arrangements.
A, A. GUSSON, General Passcojcr Agent,
Fort Worth, Texas.
Cheatham’s Laxative Tablets cured
One way colonists’ rates to north. For Sale Aline Hamiltonian mare
F. S. HOFFMAN. Pres.
E. L CONKLIN, Cashier.
B. JCHARLES, Vice Pres.
C. BRUNT,JAss’t Cashier
. ........ ---^ . Cheap one way tickets on sale | colt « months old bred from a long
Mrs. C. E. Perry, Bloomington- me of third day chills and • . i- to (>-t 15 1904. to points I line of trotters. Maybe seen at the
After years of suffering with headache Item of malarial poison They do what Vashingtop. * Jregon and farm of L Wal ’
- V----- ----- , , | , nnw ...rrv a in Montana, Washingtop, Oregon and
and stomach troubles,! was completely , you say they ' ; British Columbia. For rates and ad- of town. A bargain
cured with Hollister’s Rocky Mountain [package in my vest pocket. I hey* ditional information, call on or ad- 1 desiring a line d vcr.
Tea. Gained twenty pounds in eight always ready. . / . / mllLa dress . J. Macomber. local agent. Chandler.
* Lynch. 25c per box. I leasaat Hill, La,
farm of U Wallace three miles north
for some one
Ar. I. Torbert,
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French, Mrs. W. H. Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 138, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 10, 1904, newspaper, September 10, 1904; Chandler, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913311/m1/5/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.