Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 113, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 11, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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H. M. Johnson,
H. H. Johnson,
L. T. Poole,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
PAID UP CAPITAL, SSC.COO.
CAPITAL as large as any Bank in Oklahoma
outside of Oklahoma City. Every courtesy
and accommodation extended our patrons that
is consistent with good business.
WJfc" Solicit Your Patronage,
make nearly all my loans in my own
myself and close loans without delay,
for you. Write or call.
Room 6 Hoffman Bldg •
Do you not prefer to transact
your business through a home
man as far as possible? I
name—make all examinations
Let met tell you what I can do
The camp meeting one mile east of
Roseville is being well attended.
Many from this place are attending
regularly......Ed Brewer has been
cutting weeds for C. N. Brown......
A large number of Miss Pearl Brewer’s
friends gathered at her home Thurs-
day night and indulged in a surprise
party. Jess Bice was the chief fun
maker... .Crops of all kinds are look-
ing line.... We had alight rain last
week____Wm. Murphy is talking of
going to Canada to farm.-.......Mr.
Graves will move his saw mill into
this neighborhood soon.. .. Johnnie
Ward has returned from a trip out
west. Everyone is glad to see him
back......Spencer Daniels, of Col-
umbia, Mo., is visiting his nephew,
C. N. Brown.....Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Price have returned to their home
three miles east of Sparks after a two
weeks visit here with Mrs. Price s
parents ......Perry Fullerlove and
family have returned from a visit with
Mrs. Fullerlove’s sister in the new
country......Rice brothers marketed
wheat at Parnell Wednesday and
Thursday......Mrs. Isaac Thompson
left Sunday for the new country.
motial and Otherwise.
Bits of News Gathered for Our Readers.
Watch For a Chill
However slight at this time of year |
and in this climate, it is the forerun-
ner of malaria. A disposition to j
yawn,- and an all tired out feeling
even comes before the chill. Herbine,
by its prompt stimulative action on
the liver, drives the malaria germs
out of the system, purifies the blood,
tones up the system and restores
health. 50c at A. G. Wright’s.
and Sulphur, 1. T., tickets on sale at
any time, 90 day round trip tickets to
Eureka Springs or Monte Ne, $11.50
El Paso, Texas, tickets on sale June
1 to Sept. JO, with return limit Oct. !
31: round trip from Chandler $33.95.
Summer tourist rates to Colorado j
and Utah, tickets on sale June 1 to
Sept. 30 with final return limit to Oct.
31 at One first class fare plus 50 cents
for the round trip. Stopover allow-
ed. Tickets may be routed by any
Special summer tourist rates to
Michigan, Cleveland, Put-in-Bay and
Sandusky, Ohio,Buffalo and Niagara
Falls, N. Y., tickets on sale June 1 to
Sept. 30 inclusive: final limit O-t. 31,
limited to continuous passage; rate of
one fare plus $2 to all points except
Buffalo and Niagara Falls, which
will be $14 higher than rate to De-
troit. Tic sets will be sold on this
rate to all principal watering places
in Michigan and Ohio.
South Dakota summer tourist rates,
tickets on sale Juno 1 to Sept. 30, in-
clusive, with final return limit Oct. 31,
at rate of one fare plus 50c for round
For detailed information regard to
any of the above rates call on or
address the local agent at Chandler,
who will be pleased to answer any
inquiries regarding your smmer out-
ing. O. C. Johnson,
Chandler, O. T.
B. F. Dunn, Dist. Pass. Agt.,
Real Estate Co.
qpilE PEOPLE’S CONSOLIDATED
* REAL ESTATE COMPANY will
loan you money to buy a home or pay
off a mortgage.
o o o
That Intercut* so per cent of thf
day in, how can I own a home
rent? We mi bin It you |
a home with the
people of to-
il home and he free from
Ilian* which will tret you
.............. ...anev you no'
nt. and when the lftnt dollar Ih paid . .
no more money than you will he out If
• ntiiuie to imy rent and ha
ley to, I*
Incorporated under the laws of
you continue to |my rent am
We will loan you the monej to, bat you ■
home and give you long time without Internet.
Co-operate with u* to make the thousand* free
from the hurden of rent and own a home for
We Want You to Investigate Our Plan
J.R. DeBAUN |
At Buck's Real Estate Office s
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Lee Florence is on the sick list.
Chris Welty is working at. the depot.
W. E. Jones is over from Bristow.
T. E. Reader is here from Oklahoma
T. J. MeCaulay is here today from
M. Levitt was up from Sparks to-
See Jack Brown for good wood
Phone 01. 11216
E. Jacobs came in from St. Louis
L. H. Rooney went to Kansas City
For Rent—Three dwelling houses.—
Job Wood. * lllt6
■ L. W. Clapp came in from Wichita
J. N. and D. W. Jones are down
John Murphy returned to Stroud on
last nights train. .
Roy Hoffman returned from St.
Louis this morning.
C. C. Todd came over from Sapul-
pa, I. T., last night.
Miss May Rittenhouse is reported to
be slightly improved.
Clarence Foster returned this morn-
ing from Okmulgee, I. T. .
Chas. Neal and daughter returned
to Tulsa, I. T., at noon.
L, M. Williams and C. B. Davis of
Shawnee, are in the city.
For lowest prices on bread, Hour
and all groceries—O. K. Grocery.
• Warren Ityah and Oppie Manzy
drove down from Agra this morning.
Agents Wanted—New proposition.
Call on J. K. DeBaun at Barker
J. L. Sipes and J. R. Sipes, of
Edgeville, Iowa, are registered at the
Rev. J. O. Heath returned to Wells-
ton last night where he is holding a
series of meetings.
R. M. Grant is up from Sparks.
J. B. Sherwood is here from Sac
and Fox Agency.
Miss Edith Holland weutto Bristow,
I. T., last night to spend a week with
her aunt and cousins.
Mrs. Roseberry, Miss Clara Huff-
man and Master Floyd Baugh are in
the city from Meeker. ’ -
Mrs. S. A. Cordell and Miss Con-
stance Wolcott left last night for a
months outing in Colorado.
H. E. Kanaga, who has been ill with
fever at the Chandler House for sev-
eral days, is very seriously sick.
H. B. Gilstrap and Mrs. W. H.
French were appointed yesterday by
the board of county commissioners as
delegates from'Lincoln county to the
National Irrigation congress to be
held at Ogden,- Utah, September 15
to 18. ’
Union National Bank of Chandler,
H. C. Kirby and wife returned to
j Wellston last night. They had been
i here looking after business matters.
Mrs. B. E. Fretwell and son left this
morning for a months visit with her
mother and sister at Chanute, Kans.
D. J. Randolph and Mr. Vines left
this morning for a few days visit with
T. M. Lumlv and wife at Wetumka,
Wood Choppers Wanted—Will pay
*1 per cord for cord wood and t>0
cents per rick for stove wood.—Jack
M. L. Thomas and family came in
last night from Nasnville, Oregon.
They expect to make Chandler their
Found, this morning, a key, near
the Chandler National bank. Owner
can have same by paying for this
Rev. E. Ward went to Oklahoma
City last night. He will attend the
M. E. conference at Anadarko before
Chas. Foster and family came in at
noon from Trenton, Mo., to visit M.
L. Ohriswell and family who live at
Miss 3essie Hull, who has been
here for two weeks visiting the McEl-
Hinney family, returned to Okmulgee,
I. T., at noon.
Mrs. A. E. Ketchem and baby.'who
have been visiting relatives at Sparks
for the past month, returned to Afton, j
1. T., last night.
*Mrs. Bessie Crouch left this morn-]
ing for Harrison, Kiowa eouDty,
where she will visit relatives for the
coming two months.
George Edwards came in last night
from Wichita, Kansas, to visit his
father, Byron Edwards, who has been
sick for several days.
Wanted—A good, * reliable man to
sell Singer sewing machines in Lin-
coln county. Address The Singer
Mfrs , Oklahoma City, Okla. 112t3
The regular fortnightly meeting of
| the W. C. T. U. will be held at the
home of Mrs. Riner Tuesday after-
noon, August 11 at 3 o’clock. Every-
Mrs. W. N. Warren and children
are home from Bridgeport, where
! they have been spending a couple of
| months with Mrs. Warren’s daughter,
I Mrs. Del Kimball.
J.R. DeBaun, representative of the
1 People’s Consolidated Real Estate
! company of St. Louis, has located
j here and opened an office with B. W.
\ Buck where he will be pleased to see
! ail who lye interested in the proposi-
! tion which he makes in another
| column. See his display ad.
^ SUCCESSORS TO
Paid up Capital
Surplus and Profits
Prompt Attention to all Business.
3U vvl-J J wn 1 x/
Bank of Hoffman, Charles & Conklin
We carry a good assortment of good bath brushes.
People who fail to use this bath help miss half the
.luxury and half the good of bathing.
The brush removes the worn out tissue that is thrown
off the surface of the skin as tissue forms beneath. A
bath brush also opens the pores, strengthens the
glands and stimulates the circulation.
W. J. WALLACE, M. D.
W. (J. HIS BEE, M. D
2)rs. Wa/lcicc dc ffiisbee
Physicians and Surgeons
Sdm-IiU attention given to DIwubi-b »f Women mol nil Itectnl Troubles. X-Kiij- and
stain- .-i.-iinliiatiotiH mol treatment for nil elimalr <1 melon.*
Office and Sanitarium in Fletcher Bldg. CHANDLER, OKLA
Any sponge will do for bathing, but some are a good
deal better than others. Texture and toughness must
be right for bath satisfaction. We have an ample line
of true bath sponges. Prices are just as low as they
“Masters of Trowel and Hammer.”
GAINES & BAKER
Contractors and Builders
-a®. 'WB&ftogJt *“
A. D. Wright’s
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
Via the Popular “Frisco System”
Chandler Furniture Co
The Largest Stock of*
ever shown in your town at
Stutsman & Fretwell's.
Come and see. Fine watch, clock
and jewelry work aj .specialty.
All work positively guaranteed.
Prices to suit all. Also a fine
line of OPTICAL GOODS.
One Door North Star Store.
Special summer tourist rates to
Canada, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota.
New York,' Ohio, Wisconsin points,
on sale any day up to Sept. 30, final
return limit Oct. 31. fare for the round
trip about one fare plus $2.
Southeastern points in Alabama.
Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland,Massa-
chusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, ,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, j
West Virginia, tickets on sale any j
time up to Sept. 30, with final return
limit 00 days from date of sale: fare
is about one fare plus *2 for the round
Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan!
points, tickets on sale any time up to j
Sept. 30, with final return ‘limit Oct.
81; fare for round trip is practically
one fare plus $2.
On account of-the Trans-Mississippi
Commercial congress at Seattle on
August 18 to 21 tickets will be sold to
Seattle and Tacoma, Washington:
Portland. Oregon: Vancouver and
Victoria, B. C ; tickets on sale Aug. j
1 to 14 inclusive, with return limit of
Oct. 15: choice of three routes at *50,
$52.25 and $54.45, respectively. For
information as to routes and stop-
overs see local agent.
Sulphur, Ind. Ter., for occasion of
Sulphur Chautauqua, Aug. 2-10, tick-
ets will be on sale Aug. 1 to 15 with
return limit Aug. IT. at rate of *H 15
for round trip.
San Francisco, Cai., national en-
campment of G. A.-R., tickets on sale
August 1 to 14 inclusive, final return
limit (X-tober 15; tickets may be routed
one way through Portland for $11 ex-
tra. Itate from (.'handler $45. Side
trips to Mexico, Arizona, and
New Mexico points. ^ Numerous
Eureka Springs and Monte Ne, Ark
Calls answered day or night. Phone,
day 73; night 153 and 45.
Undertaking Stock at Rossville
with W. G. Hall & Bro.
LEE PATRICK W. R. GULICK
The Lincoln County Abstract Co.
Abstracts and Insurance.
Succsttor* to MARTIN A SCAMMON. |
Roomb, Clapp Bld’g Chandler, Okla
Undertaker and Embalmer
OPEN I»1V MIND NIGHT. Phone 124 and ZO S
The Publicist for prices on Job
Work and at once. We please.
Patronize a Home
And give your collection* to
TheWestern Credit Clearin?HouseCo.
W. L. JOHNSON. Local Manager
* FULLERTON &. CO., J
* BROKERS 5
s> 204 Ciby Hall. Oklahoma City *
m Grain, Stock*, Cotton Private wire $
'lilcugo uiid New Yorl
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an> bunk in 1 iklnlioiuii t Ity
*»* to i’Ilienko ...... ..... ■
jilD.iii* (inler* nnr rvjiimihc lu f.mice
m «tn> bank in * ikiiuioiiik v >
That your clothes
will be made to j
It made by me. ]
No Fit, No Pav
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains
Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping
Cars, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car*
between MEMPHIS and the
j, §, NIcNALLY, D. P. A., GEO. H. LEE, Q. P, A,,
Oklahoma City, O. T. Little Rock, Artu
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