Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 167, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 11, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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That is Spent
1 Heinz's sauerkraut, the best there is
made, at H.li. Holland's. it 13til
The “life-line” Is out, extending the
| glad hand of life, hope and happiness.
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
World’s Fair Tent City.
The question of entertainment up-
permost in the minds of those who con-
template attending the St. Louis ex-
Keaches around the globe. 'Tis Hoi- j position—to get good accommodations
lister’s Itoeky Mountain Tea. 35c,
tea or tablets.—Corbin & Lynch.
In order to make room for
imonal and Otherwise.
Bits of News Gathered for Our Resdcn.
My household goods for sale cheap.
Quick.—Mrs. G. E. Penn. d!66t3
A1 Carlock was over from Stroud
Omer McKown of the Publicist was
at Stroud today.
Mrs. W. L. Rice of El Reno came
in yesterday to attend court.
Col. Taggart of CushlDg was a busi-
ness visitor in Chandler today.
William Casteel of near Sparks
paid us a social aiall today.
R. W. Bateman went to Guthrie
last night to look after legal matters.
E. W. Eriswan and wife went to
Oklahoma City last night for a brief
W. S. Baker, postmaster at llell-
mont, was sight-seeing in Chandler
Henry McKeown was down today
from Agra, where he is engaged in the
J. A. McLaughlin went over to
Guthrie today to attend a meeting of
the .'12d degree masons.
.lake Bierman of Sparks while look-
ing after business matters in Chand-
ler today called at this office.
W. A. Gerson of Stroud spent the
forenoon here today while enroute to
Guthrie to attend the grand lodge of
the K. P’s.
Mrs. A. Keueer, who lives live
miles northeast of town, left today
for a few weeks visit with relatives
T. S. Duffy of the Boston store re-
turned today from Walter, where he
hes been tied up for the past ten days
on account of high water.
Mrs. W. H. French, who has been
quite ill for the past few months, has
so far recovered that she visited the
office a short while today.
Judge S. A. Cordell,R. H. Galyen,
Ev Stinnett and H. G. 8haffer spoke
to a large audience at the school
house in district No. 82 last night.
All members of the Baptist church
are requested to lie present at prayer
meeting Wednesday night. Business
of importance to be transacted.—M.
F. Drury, pastor.
My residence property for sale,
cheap.—W. L. Johnson. 162t5
Shorty Crane of Lawton, who has
been visiting relatives here for the
past week, left last night to visit rela-
tive at Des Moines, Iowa. He will
also attend the world’s fair while j
H. C. Brunt, P. L. Ulam, H. G. j
Stettmund, H. E. Kanaga, Chas. Wil-J
son, Jr., Walter Wolfe and J. F. j
Collar went to Guthrie today to at- [
tend the grand lodge meeting of the;
K. of P.’s.
Judges Cordell and Robertson and
W. J. Harding discussed the political I
issues of the day from a democratic |
standpoint at Forest school house J
Saturday night. They were listened i
to attentively by a large audience.
Rock Island engine No. 253, which |
is used to pull a passenger train be-!
tween here and Guthrie, got overbal-1
anced yesterday on the turntable and j
run its nose into the ground. They,
expect to get It back on the track to-
Having been transferred to the j
North Dakota conference I offer aij
private sale at the M. E. parsonage!
some of our household furniture (good !
as new), my Hambletonian driving
mare together with buggy and har- *
ness, one Hambletonian colt 8 months j
old, and some pure blooded, prize j
winning Buff Cochin and Black Lang-
shan chickens. Come quick if you
want them —Kev. W. I.Torbert. 2t
A most pleasant surprise was given
Miss Kirtley at her home on west 8th
street last evening by members of the
Rebekah lodge, of which she is a mem-
ber. Miss Kirtley was completely
surprised, she just starting to church
when the party arrived. Flinch was
the amusement of the evening. Dainty
refreshments, for which the Kebekahs
are noted, were served. Mrs. Arm-
strong, on behalf of the members, pre-
sented Miss Kirtley with an elegant
souvenir spoon as a happy reminder
of the occasion. At a late hour the
party dispersed, all pronouncing it a
most delightful evening. Those pres-
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Schlegel, Mr.
and Mrs. Monforte, Mr. and Mrs.
Armstrong: Mesdames Lynch, Burt,
Rittenhouse, Stettmund, Warren,Hill,
Rea: Misses Hattie and Edna Mon-
forte, Cora and Ada Berry, Laney,
Downey, Persw-ell, Williams.
goods we will, on each Friday and
Saturday, sell millinery goods at 50
per cent discount. Come early liefore
the stock is broken.—Macomber A
Mrs. H.F. Ardery. soprano, assist-
ed by a pianist, a violinist and an
elocutionist will give an entertainment
under the auspices of the Lady Macea-
bee lodge Friday, Oct. 14, at opera
house. Mrs. irdery gave this con-
cert in the Oklahoma building at the
j world’s fair and was praised very
j highly. The governor and other of-
j ticials of each state attended her
j rausicale. Tickets on sale at Corbin
| & Lynch’s drug store. Admission 25,
(35 and 50c.
Rev. W. I. Torbert, who has had
j charge of the M. E. church at this
i place for the past few months, has
been transferred to LaMoore, N. D., a
county seat town. LaMoore ha3 a
! splendid seven-room parsonage and
I pays a salary of $1,000. Rev. Tor-
[ bert has scores of friends in this place
whtfwill regret to hear of his leaving
Chandler, but will rejoice to know
that he gets a substantial raise in
salary. Rev. T. J. Crumley of La-
mont succeeds Rev. Torbert in Chan-
The next regular teachers examina-
tion will be held in the court house in
Chandler, October 28 and 29,beginning
at 8 o’clock. E. B. Shotwell.
at rates that cam be afforded, at a
place removed from the heat, dust and
confusion incident to the hotels of the
city, and where there is no danger
from lire—is a serious problem. The
Oklahoma World’s Fair association,
of Lawton, Okla., has solved ttie prob-
lem. This association has leased a
beautiful grove near the fair grounds
and is erecting hundreds of tents in it.
These tents will lie nicely furnished,
either for lodging or light housekeep-
ing, and rented to persons visiting the
fair. The ideal location, pure well
water beautiful shaded grounds render
this camp a most delightful place to
spend a week or two while visiting the
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,
Wellston station St. Louis.
Relief for Women.
No. lgtVntr.il A.e.
Hut Sobinos, A an., April 10, 1003
Klithteen mouths ago 1 was so completely run do'
that uiy body ached from head to foot. My back
to break lu ta
the end of that tl
I look on Wine of Cardut as t
most blessed medicine that
>n could possibly take win
els sick and tired of life.
First class lvimbal piano and six-
octave Story & Clark organ for sale
or trade.—C. L. McRay. 159dw tf
Maud—Last night Jack told me that
he wouldn’t marry the best girl living
unless—what—unless she took Hollis-
ter’s Rocky Mountain Tea. Bright
fellow. I)5c, tea or tablets.—Corbin &
Oie span high-bred Hambletonian
and Kentucky Whip colts, comings
years old, well broke, both single and
double. Inquire of W. G. Morris, po-
lice judge, Chandler, Okla. 157tf
:ht« from haul to foot. My back seemi
and 1 buffered iuteuMt* pain in the low
I could not afford to luy off und take a rei
aud uo medicine helped me any.
A friend told mellow much Wine of C&rdui built her
up and advised me by all means to take it. The day I took
the brat dose the recovery «>f my health began. It was
nearly three mouths before 1 w as entirely cured, but at
: time I was in letter health than I had been for seveu years,
of Cardui us the -—.
OUATOB, WlUiNMUY CHAUTAUQUA CtVB.
Mr*. Nelson describe* the condition of tbousuiul* of women. That con-
dition conies |>y slow stages. Usually the important function of menstruation
is at first slightly irregular. 1 hen come* the painful periods. Bearing-down
pains and ovarian inflammation follow. Finally the nervous system gives way
and the whole system has become affected ami the puins rack the body from
head to foot
Wine of Cardui is a menstrual regulator of established reputation. No
woman who takes it suffers as Mrs. Nelson suffered. It gives speedy and com-
plete relief from the torturing menstrual agonies which are making so
many women invalids today. Do not let yourself com© to the pitiable
condition Mrs. Nelson describes.
Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today and
begin treatment immediately.
Our stock of foreign and domestic toilet articles
can be matched in biit few places the size of
this one. Almost every toilet aid or convenience
that has merited public favor will be found in
our stock. We try to keep what people want,
and when necessary will make special orders
for any unusual article desired.
When you want sundries; brushes,
combs, sponges, etc., you will surely
appreciate the assortment we display
and the very low prices we make.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
P ho nun Store, 12-1; Res. 123
UNION NATIONAL BANK,
TheJBank of Hoffman, Charles & Conklin
Oldest Established Bank in Lincoln County.
Oldest^Bank in’Oklahoma Under Continuous Management.
Capital Paid in $50,000.00
Largest Deposits in Lincoln County
Liberal accommodations 'consistent | with
safe and’sound banking rules, n ; ': : :
P. S "HOFFMAN. Pres.
E. L. CONKLIN, Cashier.
J. B. CHARLES, Vice Pres.
H. C. BRUNT, Afes't Cash
A. D. WRIGHT’S
DR. ]. W. DILLARD.
Res. Phone 38.
DR. W. I). BAIRD.
Res. Phone 2 \ l
Drs. Dillard & Baird
...Office over CORBIN & LYNCH’S Drug Store...
Offik Phone 214 — Hospital Phone 155
City or Country Culls Sight «
l)uy Promptly Attcmlfl......
Dr. Carroll Rogers
Rooms \ 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 325, Oklahoma City, Okla. w!7tl
ROY V. HOFFMAN. JOHN EMBRY.
HOFFMAN & EMBRY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW*
TUESDAY, OCT. 11
The grand jury is grinding out a
large amount of business. Last week j
they returned fourteen indictments j —
and today reported iifteen more. du a
The entire lime of the district court |
yesterday was occupied in hearing the
evidence in the case entitled U. S. vs
James McCowan. The defendant was
charged with committing perjury be-
fore tne grand jury. The evidence in
the case closed about ti o’clock and
the attorneys argued the case until a
late hour. The jury arrived at a ver-
dict of guilty about midnight.
Grand Juror Pangborn was excused
from further duty today on account of
The criminal case styled the United
States vs W. C. Stith has attracted a
large crowd today. The defendant,
whose home is at Sparks,was indicted
by the last grand jury on a charge of
attempting to commit incest on his 14-
year-old daughter. While the testi-
mony in this case is unlit to print, it
was listened to by a large number of
Office in the Hoffman, Charles
& Conklin Building over Bank.
Office upstairs )
Feuquay Building |
LESS THAN ONE FARE RATE
To San Francisco, Cal. and Return
will be effective dailv August l5to September
10 inclusive, from all stations on all lines in
Texas and the southwest, ”ia
“THE DENVER ROAD.”
This arrangement makes the very libers! slop-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 senlc 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.
EMERY A FOSTER,
Office in Hoffman Building.
The Chandler Bus
Will call for Passengers or
baggage from any part, of
the cit>y. Leave orders at, tne
St. Cloud Hotel, or Phone 67
Where a stimulant is indicated, the j
doctor prescribes good, pure whisky. !
I. W. Harper is the ideal liquor—
none better. Sold by Ura Allen.
W. S. Raupe Manager.
STRICH & ZEIDLERS
Ms sigrnr ur© is on erery box of the genuint
Laxativ. Bromo°Quinine Table*
Ac nmi * j that cured n cold In so* dmj
tfe Witt’s M Salve
For Piles, Burns, Sores.
NEWEST HIGH-GRADE PIANO
Always on hand at Wolfe’s
Jewelry Store—See Mrs. Th.
Filtsch or Walter Wolfe for
prices and terms.
Helps Busy People
KEEPING THE SYSTEM IN GOOD CONDITION MEAD
MONEY TO WORKING PEOPLE. A SICK SPELT
MEANS LOSS OF TIME AND EXPENSE FOR MEDI
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, thelaborer, the clerk, the bus ini
man, the brainworker and the housewife, in fact everybody who has
not the time to be sick. It will cleanse and enrich the blood, removi
trouble in the digestion, strengthen the kidneys, purify aud regultu
the bowels. It huts the body in good condition, aud to victims o
chronic kidney or stomach trouble, indigestion or constipation, it it
of priceless value. Keep it at home where It can be used promptly
whenever needed. A dose at night when you go to bed will give you i
copious operation of the bowels and put you in spirits next uiortiiog
Sold Everywhere at $1 OO
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