Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 270, Ed. 1 Friday, February 12, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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H- H. Johnson,
L. T. Poole,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
An Ugly Wound-
Little Hoy Smith, the six-year-old
Hot Dinner Saturday.
PAID UP CAPITAL, SSC.GOO.
CAPITAL as large as any Hank in Oklahoma
outside of Oklahoma City. Every courtesy
and accommodation extended our patrons that
is consistent with good business.
\Aie Solicit Your Patronage,
The Indies of the Baptist church will |
son of J. A.' Smith of this office, hud j serve dinner and supper at the GurU- i
j a piece of glass removed from his leg ner building Saturday, Feb. Id.
last night bv Or. Dillard, assited by ; MENU.
Dr. Davis.' The glass is an ugly ^ ^ wUh brown Gravj,
I jagged piece an inch long and has , Swwt 1>otaloes;chicken with Dressing, l
hr*"Ldo"gmr e.ren lhit* sHi'ea Mashej ,,otauie8' •
Atahat tune the child fell and bur Turnips, Lynn Beans,
h.s leg on the inside of the thigh, but ^ Sweet VUMe,,
he is a gritty little fellow and made | Spanigh chili Sauce,
so little fuss over the hurt that ,hla j Pie_Minc>, Blackberrv and l'umpkiu.
mother did not examine the wound so d Coffee wlth Cream,
carefully as she would otherwise have ,
Soon after the hurt, however, the
wound began to suppurate and had
recently begun to make the boy lame.
Last night when Dr. Dillard was called
to see the father, who is ill with pleu-
risy, the parents had him to examine
Roy’s leg. He deadened the part with
cocaine and made an incision which
showed him that there was a foreign
Price 25 cents.
Hot Bisnuts, Doughnuts and Cran-
berry Sauce for supper.
Relief in \ Minute-
One Minute Cough Cure gives relief
in one minute, because it kills the mi
crobe which tickles the mucus mem-
brane causing the cough, and at the
same time clears the phlegm, draws
ersonal and Otherwise.
Bits of News Gathered for Our Readers.
Say, boys! I sell 2 bottles
15c at Club Saloon.
J. S. Eads returned last evening
from Oklahoma City.
G. W. Schlegel and Roy Hoffman
are at Guthrie today.
John Embry raturned today from a
trip to Winfield, Kas.
M. B. Sheldon of Parkland went to
Guthrie this morning. *
W. L. Johnson was a passenger to
Wellstou this morning.
Vic Crouch left last night on a busi-
ness trip to Kansas City.
Frank Cadwalader returned
Oklahoma City last night.
J. A. Mewmaw'left last evening on
a business trip to Perry and Enid.
Mrs. H. I). Higby returned last
evening from a short visit at Sapulpa.
B. R. Arends was in the city last
night from Guthrie on his way to
For Rent—A nine-room house suit-
able for board and lodging. One
block east of the Hoffman bank.—M.
H. Reeves. 259tf
body too deeply imbedded to be cut I out the inflammation and heals and
out without chloroforming the patient1 soothes the affected parts >ne Min-
and the operation was determine,, I Ute Cough Cure ^rengthens the ungs,
upon With the resulting discovery and ; wards off pneumonia and is a harm-
removal of the frightful looking piece 1 loss and never-failing cure n »l c -
____ I Lynch.___
Farmers, Attention. Nearly Forfeits His Life
All farmers and others interested in j A runaway almost ending fatally,
the aims and objects sought by the started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
organization of the Producer's asso-i J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, ill. For
ciation are requested to meet at the four years it defied all doctors and all
Be A Real Woman.
No. BOA Peat* Avenue,
Houston, Tkxah, May 14, i«08.
I was barren during the six years of married life, suffering
with gainful menstruation and a doaen^l“ n
painful menstruatiou and a dozen oti
is a poor excuse for a wife ft* I wa
• than about half the time and dull
ly grew weaker an
Wine of Cartful changed me into a different woman in
1 am very
and am today
due to your
Viok*1’iksioknt, Houston Mothbhs' Club.
Wine of Cardui brings health to sick
women. Wine of Cardui brings children to
How can any woman refuse the health
Mrs. Mason has? Any woman can secure ex-
actly the same relief if she will take Win* of
Cardui. Wine of Cardui is a certain cure for
menstrual irregularities. It will not do impos-
sibilities but it does cure bearing-down pains,
makes motherhood possible for barren wives
and relieves the pains at the monthly period.
_ Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui today.
All druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui.
J. D. Richardson anil family left
last night for Sumas, Wash., where
they will make their home. They
formerly lived near Agra.
Alonzo Florence, who lias been here
at the bedside of his brother Lewis
who is very sick, returned at noon to
his home at Coweta, I. T.
court house for the purpose of per-
fecting said association on Monday,
Feb. 22, 11104. Frank S. Dimon,
E. F. Owen, Secretary.
remedies. But Bucklen’s Arnica
Salve had no trouble to cure him.
Equally goov for burns, bruises, skin
eruptions and piles. 25c at A. D.
Wright’s drug store.
J. E. Snyder, territorial organizer
of the socialists, will lecture on social-
ism at the court house tonight. Lee-
| ture begins at 8 o’clock. Everybody
from j jnvjted. *
For Sale—0-room dwelling, 14 lots,
blockf44, on 8th street. —Mrs. C. H.
J. A. Hindman returned “to Wells-
ton last evening after a short stay in
Mrs. J, B. A. Robertson and child-
ren returned last evening from a visit
M. L. Mclvim and wife were,in the
city today from Guthrie, going to
A. Payne and family^came in this
morning from Dearborn, Mo. Mr. J
Payne recently purchased a farm near
Parkland and they will make that]
place their home.
Lewis Florence, who .has been so
low with pneumonia that for several !
days his life was despaired of, is bet-
ter today and his friends entertain
some hope of his recovery.
How does it happen that a flock of
Indians can go to Washington and
get so drunk that they don’t know the
national capitol from a stack of white
checks and no one be arrested for “’in- j
Mrs. Richard Edwaids, an aunt of j
i Mrs. H. C. Brunt, arrived this morn- j
lag from Mexico* Mo., to visit Mrs*
Brynt. Mr. and Mis. Ed wards are
Lawton,* to which point
Mrs. Edwards is now enroute.her bus-
The Round Table club will meet next band being already there.
Knday at the new library room in the | ^ ^ tQ s a meetinf; is be
Frazier budding ^ ing held at the office of the Union
W. F. Roberts returned to Tulsa ] national bank between a number of
at noon after a few days visit with his 1 the business men of the city and
Messrs. Morris, Hardee and Page, tile
Colarado oil men whose presence in
family north of town
Mrs. John Walker was called to
Bristow today on account of the sick-
ness of some of her folks.
International Jtock Food is a remedy that
gnu call rely upon for all common disorder-
of stock. Has all the merits of any good
condition powder* and special merits of its
own. Acts on the stomach, kidneys and liv-
er, and purifies the blood. When you use
this powdei1 you can feel certain of results.
We guarantee it, and give you a liberal
quantity for your money.
Do you not prefer to transact
your business through a home
— — —— —— * —---—- —----man as fur as possible? I
make nearly all my loans in my own name make ail examinations
myself and close loans without delay. Lei met tell you what I can do
for you. Write or call.
Room 6 Hoffman Bldg
A. E. ROSS
W. J. WALLACE, M. D.
*Drs. 7/Ja/lacc dc Si/sbcc
W. a. BISBEE, M. 0.
Physicians and Surgeons
Special atUMititin given to IIIbI'iimi'H ul Women mill nil lie,’Ini I rouble*. \ Kny ml
Static ciaiiilimtiuim ami treatment for nil clirnnlc illnenHex.
Office and Sanitarium in Fletcher Bldg. CHANDLER, OK.LA
pvj ------- Ik
A. D. Wright’s
A Fine.Line of Watches*
At prices to suit all, the large und small. Get our prices be.
tore buying. Everything as represented or money hack. Fine
watch, clock and jewelry repairing a specialty. _
B. E. Fretwell
Stutsman & Fretwell’s
Wanted—Girl for general house-
work.— Mrs. I). F. Holmes, first door
south high school building. 207tf
the city we mentioned yesterday, but
nothing for publication has yet devel-
City Superintendent Temming goes
Notice ol Meetings of Democratic,
and Populist Central Committees.
Big Profits.With Hogs
coughs, colds, bronchitis and all kin- . which will be held in that! counl^' 1 of corn fed to hogs makes only a third
deed troubles. 25c. Ml druggists. | Called | “ I - much as the man that gets IT lbs.
T. Mitchell,who has been here visit- : for the purpose of receiving bids for
ing his father, John Mitchell, left last) printing the proceedings of the l^oli-
night for his home at Ft. Scott, Kas. fiav territorial association, including
, , , 'ill nauers read before it. Mr. Tem-
Mrs. A. W. Patterson,who has been d11 1 P
held at the court house in Chandler
| Saturday, February ’ ,04’ at “ j The American Swineherd ... _
o’clock p.m.. fur Urn purpose of,nak- t am, b,sl authority on
ing preliminary arrangements for the > indu8trv.
coming political campaign in said
I’. S. Huffman, l‘r«*Kltfeut
.1. It. (Tiari.eh, V. l’n*M.
!•'. |( ONKI.IN, I'HNllicr
II. < . Hut NT, A. < AHlller
UNION NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL PAID IN $50,000
Successor of THE BANK OF HOFFMAN, CHARLES & CONKLIN
Oldest Bank In Lincoln County
rs reau ue.u.* — county.
visiting*her sister, Mrs. C. C. Christal, | min« is also invited ,l° alte"d,a_ “t*. A full attendance of the members
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Christal, * Territorial lioard of eduea
returned to her home at Stroud last ] * , be held a
J. T. Mitchell, who has been here in
the interest of the National Building
and Loan association, went to Stroud
New York Hardware Co. has a full
line of incandescent lamps, lfi and
tion, which will also be held at
Oklahoma City tomorrow, for the pur-
pose of selecting the educational
exhibit to be sent to the world’s fair
at St. Louis. Mr. Temming feels con- j
lident that a large part of the Chandler |
work will be selected From Oklabo- |
ma City Mr. Temming goes to Edmond .
to spend Sunday with his family.
the respective committees is earnestly
requested. Chas. B. Wilson, Jit,
Chinn, democratic county committee
G. A. Smith, Secretary.
Chinn, populist county committee. I
H. E. Straughen, Secretary.
mv - v i- izaas**
ST. JOSEPH GAZETTE......
will exchange for team
—K. II. Galyen, over
£ l iW E£R E. /V\cJI/V\SEY, Editor.
Cl D /VAOHR IS , Treasurer
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don depends largely on the condition
I known as DeWitt’s Little Marly 1 Users
not only cleanse the system but they
strengthen the action of the lUer and
rebuild the tissues "supporting that
organ. Little Marly Risers are easy
to act, they never gripe and \et#they
are absolutely certain to produce re-
sults that are satisfactory in all cases.
S >Id by Corbin & Lynch.
One was pale and sallow and
| other fresh and rosy. •Whenee iue ; “The tffimvitea uues
| difference? She who is blushing with . framing, showing the
| health uses Kings New Life Pills j 0f meal uninvited.
Prof. Henry saystHkt success is only I
obtained by concentrating all efforts
upon one line.
A one year’s course in hog raising.
Teaching how to be successful.
How to secure the greatest profits.
How to get IT lbs. of pork out of a
bushel of corn and lfi lbs. from a bu.
of wheat fed to hogs.
How to feed to double the growth
and gain over usual methods.
Only healthy hogs profitable, how
to keep them healthy.
How to utilize,without other expense
than the subscription to this paper,
the costly experience and gathered
wisdom of the most capable and suc-
Prof Kennedy, of the Iowa agricul-
tural college, says; our paper is a
!«-ader it • • - ti ti-c
Mverv owner of hogs should take
advantage of this special offer.
For $1.25 we will furnish you Tin:
Weekly Publicist and the American
Swineherd both one year at the above
!,n rain price, either new subscriber^
You "get 12 Lessons in Scientific
This equips you fur a suivensful hog
If the offer i-> iieeepteil in ten days
| we will send you in addition the won-
the j derful suggestive picture in colors,
The Uninvited Guests.’’ suitable for
Undertaker 'tinci Embaimi
OPE N DAY AND IN I C J 11 T .
I'hone 1^2-4 and i
When You Have a Cold.
.«nid should bt■ to :. : i.
i This is best accomplisl
166 ACKES OF LAND
use of < hamb* 11 ait
i of meal uninvited.
to maintain it. By ‘gently arousing
1 the lazy organs they compel good
digestion and head off constipation
Only 25c at A. D. Wright, druggist.
Do you want a home in Western Oan-
adu! the best Wheal and Cattle coun-
try in the World? For descriptive
circulars and maps address
w Early Risers
The famous little pills.
i Box 2HS Ctiandler, O. T.
»y the free
i I lemedj .
This remedy liquifies the tough mucus
and causes its expulsion from the air
cells of the lungs, produces a free
expectoration and opens the secre-
tions A complete cure soon follows.
This remedy will cure a severe cold in
less time than any other treatment and
it leaves the system in a natural and
healthy condition. It counteracts any
tendency toward pneumonia. For
sale by A. I) Wright.
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