Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, April 29, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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T. J. Illnchvy authorin'*
that I* a rMlHlhlatr f«»r the ottii r <>f
*111 *!♦*«. to t hi* «I»M’l*loll of tla* «lf IlliaTHt H
— * * held July 14.
W,l ■ 'J * . . t . ' I II' .......
pupiilM prlinar.x to
I hereby aim
fiir i •
liner that I am a can
mi of ala-riff of Llni olncoun-
ty, Miilijtrl l ■ • l he • Ire if i >ii of t heiiemoer.i' ’<
|mi]iiiliat primary to la* held July ^1 l ^
Don’t think of the pi'ic*'
how cheap you can >ret them
Tliink of the best drugs,
the purest, freshest and
strongest and come where
you always get them. ^ ou
cannot get an inferior drug
at our store because we do
not handle any inferior
drugs or chemicals. Every ■
tiling we handle is the best
quality. There are no
prices lower than ours if
you consider quality.
\ .1. \Vhitiiior
that la* 1h a • .1
county Hiibjc i
lo-fiopullHt primary t
mliilat*- for sheriff <»f I Jucol
tin* tifcImIoii i f ’ '*
i ■ 1:1:1 \ ten i1 iai’.
CorDin & Lynch
roi vi’Y si
i: It. Klmt well authorlx*** n* t" ainioiiu"-
that In* In a niudhlati* for I In* n..miuati.-n •*!
count v HUiH*rlnU*mli*iit of puhlif limtruf t i"H.
suhjivt to tl.f tlffUloti ttf t la* 'IfiniHrat I* j
a good bit of life there which fitted
him for the duties of the ntlice of sher-
iff in the west* He is s man of marked
decision of eharach r. pi-asps a situa-
tion quickly and as promptly acts
upon his decision.
\;r Henn has b ■ i hard Jtorker
for his party ever since coming here.
He is a clean campaigner, fair to his
,,f*| i;. i ■ - ii ' ■ party aim out of ^
and is a hustler in whatever lie under-
DR. ELIZABETH M.
s H. C. LEE ;
Room" 1 and 4.
Hoffman Bldg i
Gardner building f
(^handler, Okia .
* * •
The Shawnee Herald has the follow-
! ing to say of him: ♦
*'G. K i’enn, a former Shawnee
W. L. JOHNSON
Hoffman Building Chandler. Okia
Will cry sales anywhere in
the county. It is not necessary
to have my picture at the head
of this ad.,as I am belter look-
ing than I was last year. Office
at A. D. Wrights Drug Store.
See me before vod get out vour
- i -i •* -s * -* -s -i •* a i * •* -* ■* •* * •» a i a * * »1
ItEUlSTElt "I KEEPS
„iT.'a ini!:K ih-o r1I ritiz,>“bm",he last
[w-Vto "hml "-un,n "I lir-l.‘pu‘ |a substantial Umiue-S mar, of -.’hand-
li*t primary t«* be lu*ld Jaly 14.
DU. A. B. POTTER
. . . DENTIST .
A, E.’ Stutsman
to it mi’
t lie (!•*•
ler, is a candidate for the cetnocratlc
nomination for sheriff in Lincoln
|county. Mr. Penn has friends by the
or V.Crouch authorlxes uh
ip Ua candidate for r«*-«*h
!•. gi-H’i- nf * I • ''If. fiihje
Office upstairs I
Feuquay Building I
(. handler, Okia j
Boot and Shoe Cobbling ana
Second Hand goods—all kinds
in stock. . Arms and Accoutre-
primary' tu Ihi i
Dr. ( . M. I racy of Tryiin, autlmrlles ns 1
aiiiiiiUlict* that lit* I* a <*a
iiiatlon of coroner, mil
the Jetnocratlf—populUt primary t»»
ing. lie built some of the best build-
A. ’ll. MARSHALL
PHYSICIAN AND St’Hi,EON
Bankrupt Stock Merchandise;
Dry Goods, Groceries and
i.i.- t toth« 'itcUion "f in^s in Shawnee and thev stand as
............. hd'1! monument* to hla capability and hon-
Oltirea over Cox A Cox's Drugstore.
hiisw rrt-tl promptly—(lay or filKht.
est workmanship in addition to his chas. 15. Wilson | C’has B. Wilson, Jr
other qualifications Penn is a fearless WILSON & WILSON
- Tllgbman. The Herald h. s
j too well known to the people as an | readers in the southern part ol Lin-
ideal school man to need an Introduc- | - ol" «>unt, and we can assure them
Big: 4 2nd Hand Store
. J. SRACI<
A. B OL.ESON
Contractor and Builder.
Good tough Steak always
on hand. Dure kettle ren-
dered lard. Fresh bologna
and sausage ever} day. .
=*= i culiarly fitted for the office and that help make G E. l’enn
sheriff of Lin-
Chandler Daily Publicist.
| the educational interests of the county j c°ln county.
Will be found* at Frazier Building
corner 9th St. and Manvel Ave.
EMERY A FOSTER,-
VV. R. OtTCLIC
Want to build a home, erect
a block or procure money
in Chandler for any pur-
Want Ins* ram •• l,,iiv. Cy -
clone, Plate Glass or Acci-
Want your title examined
Call or Droj'a Card
The Lincoln County
R0OM6. CLAPP BUILDING.
Published every even a* except Sunday.
| have made a wonderful advance under
this administration. So generally is
Entered at the Poatofflre at
,■ Se*ond-cla*» Matter.
Dallvered by carrier, per week
81 x Months......... ....................
MRS. W. H. FRENCH,
Editor and Publisher.
APH1L 29 1904.
| the efficiency of his work recognized
i that everyone, regardless of politics,
j sees the advisability of continuing him j
in the office he fills so well and we
think it would be a good thing to!
make his nomination and election ;
Mr. Shotwell Inis visited every
schoof'ty. ;Ounty each year that he
has filled the office of superintendent i
and the teachers welcome his visits,
linding him a helpful friend whose
For Reut—Three-room house, one
block east of Hoffman’s bank. Sec!
(4. B. l’aine.
The Cotton Exchange
me Scenic Route
FOR FINE WINES, LIQUORS
i iffice in Hoffman Building.
L. A. KELSEY, D. D. S.
Ura Allen, Proprietor.
| H. D. FRAZIER K. D. FRAZIER
FRAZIER & FRAZIER
For COOL DRINKS
Try CLUB Saloon
The O K. Beer on Tap. Lunch
Wean* authorised to announce flint I
Stinnett, of North Seminole township, I* a
candidate for the nomination of county clerk
Niihleet to tin* deel*don of the democratic
populist primary to he held July 14, 11M>4.
We an* authorised to ami
of J. 11. J oil lint oil, of South
■ nee the iiaim*
. IK Johnston. of South Seminole, an a
candidate for county clerk. Miihject tot he de
cIhIom of the democrath*-popullt*t primary to
tie held July 14.
that la* Ih a eamlld
J*H*t to the di*cl«lon
lint primary to In* held July 14.
date for county clerk, huIi-
ilon of the deinocrntle-poini-
v. r. Harmon, of I'awnec townnhlp.
Ing 'primary to'he held July
to announce that lie in a can
iiiuatiou of county treaKiirer,
ilate for the noniliiatloa ot com
MUbleet to the democratic-popn
ry t*» lie held J uly 14.
II. (i. Shaffer of Union townnhlp, author
*n un to aiinoiince that he In a candidate
r the nomination of county treanurer, mih*
«*ct to the declHlou of the democriltlc-pnpu-
int primary to he held July 14.
1 sen tin
\V 11. Ithldle of WellHton a lit horlren unto
inotinee that lie In a candidate for county
eanurer. niihjeet to the decision of the
treanurer. nutijeet to tne n
deniocrntlc-popnllnt primary to
We are authorised to announce that \\ s.
nvis of North Wichita townnhlp In a camll-
ite for county treanurer. nuhj.Ht to the
derinon of the ilemocratlc-popullst primary
to 1m* held J uly 14
Superintendent Cook of Chickasha,
who conducted the Lincoln county
normal institute last year ^aid: "Mr.
Shotwell is the most remarkable school
man I ever saw. He works so quietly
that one does not realize what a force
he is until the results appear, then .
one sees that the teachers have caught
his spirit and made it their own.”
H. G. SHAFFER,
Candidate for treasurer, enters bhe
race with an extensive acquaintance
over the county. He is one of the
substantial farmers of Union town-
ship, having carved out a home for
himself on a timbered claim which he
secured in the opening and having
gone through the experiences of a
pioneer with the rest of the boys.
Mr. Shaffer has always been one oj
the active party workers among the
populists of the county. He took a*n
active part In bringing about fusion
of the parties in ’90. He was at that
time county central committeeman and
one of three who made up the cam-
paign committee of that year, doing
yeoman service in bringing about and
Ita rails penetrate the fertile spates ol
TEXAS and the
ALABAMA and the
Beer on Tap.
FRANK CADWALADER, Prop.
Up-stairs, over .Chandler Nat’l Bank,
Frazier Building. I ileata
Office hours 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 1 J _
to '> |t in.
Gtime In Reason—Uhlekens amt Turkeys
Beef ami Pork—Sausage, etc.
ROY V. HOFFMAN. JOHN EMBRY.
HOFFMAN & EMBRY, .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
First National Bank
CO/VIE TO %■
•SPEAR’S WAGON YARD
For Good and
Oflice in the Hoffman, Charles
& Conklin Building ovsr Bank.
ib Hot and Cold Baths
* JESSE.FUNK, Prop.
J. VV DILL O IN , Prop
W. UTLLARD, M D.,
PHYSa. N AND SURGEON.
• Calls answered day or night.
It reachei the rich farming lands of Katisr.*
and Oklahoma, the mineral fiel is of Southed
Missouri and Northern Arkansas, the cotton
fields of South and Southwest, the oil fit-ids
ol Kansa ard the Indian Territory, and hun
dreds of other Industrial place* of interest ami
profif to th'.* home-seeker anA investor. And
last, hut not least, it will carry^r
health resorts of the Ozarks,
i to the famed
Office Over Corbin A Lynch’s
Southern Security Co.
Geo. H. Nichols, Mgr.
We art* authorised to announce^M^naim* | cementing the union of the two patties
subject to the ’ • • • 1
rat Ic-popn list nomlnat-
of John Davis of Prajfue
tin* office of county attorney,
derision of the di*mocratlc-|
1 n*r primary to he held July
•’MK OF tw4,M/x i?
CUANDLU.K, Ui(L A HUM A
EAST IK . <1)
No. 4 1 l Oklahoma Kxpress a. m
No 40‘* Local Passenger...........r»:l.»p. m
Lot'll. FREIGHT-EAST BOUND.
No.444 ^11:42®. m
Will negotiate short Loans on
Household Furniture, Pianos and oth-
er personal property. No publicity.
Quick money.* If you want a loan
come and sec*us. Boom in the Wolcott
Block, Chandler. Oklahoma.
No. 4 1J
eager .......12:0.' n. m.
y Km re**s... 7:40 p. m
A Farm .For You
No. 4 4.*.
. 11:44 a m
A. J. lilt tollhouse authorizes us to an-j
noiince that he is a candidate for the nonil- j
nation of county attorney, suhjwt to the offices,
decision of the detnoi rath -populist primary
to he held July 14. under G.
which has since continued.
Mr. Shaffer has had a good bit of
experience as deputy in the county
He was deputy county clerk
A. Smith, deputy county
treasurer one year under Henry Me-
Keown, and two winters since J. A.
McLaughlin has filled the office of
°o,int-v tr,i‘surer he has iie|ped with
drmorrntl.-|.iipiillHT |.rlmar.v to 1h-held Jnl} the books. This experience has Til-!
miliarized him with county affairs!
<■<11 NT\ (CtlMMIMSIDNUK
Wt* arc authorized to .-iiinouncc that \\ s.
Uooia r. of North Seminole township. I> a
anaidatc for the otflec of county commls-
No. 450— St. Louis ami K U.
...<J:or, a in
...5: 4.’> P ni
u satisth-d at Home? <>r do you wish
ter Yourself? You should investigate
what the Sav .Ibuji in Vai.i.kv «»f ( Hllfornia
In that great valley
has to offer hustle
rs. In that great valley is
emus of the D. S. raisin crop,
of gallons of wine are made
* * ' - ’most
cry thing there.
April ou t
You can profitably raise a
iood farms at cheap prices.
In March and
on the Santa F<*. Write
T. A S. F. Ry
tty, O. T.
. 7:-K» p ill
.11 JO a m
i i f o r n i a
Is the new electric-lighted train, Kansas
City to,Chicago. Its route is via the new
short line of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St
* Railway Co.
By one Missouri editor it lias *been called
'•The Sure'Nutt' Hurry-up Train "between
Kansas City and Chicago.” It is electric
lighted throughout and carries standard
sleepers, dining cars, compartment obser-
vation-libraay cars, chair cars and coaches.
Leaves Kansas City (Uuion Station), 5:55 p.
m.: Grand Avenue 6:07 p. m. Arrives Chi-
cago (Union Station), 8:55 a. in.
0. L. COBB,
Southwestern Pass. Agt.
Q07 Main St. Kansas City, Mo
.Third District. 1
Wt* arc <mthorlx**d toainioum .- that viat and has given him experience that will
lew Harris Is a candidate for tin* iiomimi
thew Hurrls is a candidate tor tin* m
tlon of county n»muilssiom*r in 1 In* third He most valuable to him ill the office
district, subject to the decision of tin* demo-
cratic-populist primary to be held July 14. he seeks. It has also made him ao-
iiuainted with many who are now his
W. .1 Harding of Bryan township, author- : .
ixe* us to siinounc** that in* is a • .-indidatc t friends and supporters in securing
for coinmlaHloncr 11 bird district» subject t • * ,
the dwlslon of tin* d«*mo.-ratic-populist pri-
mary to be held July 14.
THE CHANDLER HOTEL
New 1 y Furn ished—K very -
thinpf Glean and Fresh
Just Opened By J. 1’. Burton,
an experienced hotel man
North Manvel Avenue be-
tween tith and 7th streets.
Strict) & Ziedter's Newsst Styles
of High Grade Uprights
just received and are on
sale at Kent .v Wolf’s.
Everybody is invited to
try them and make a choice
Prices moderate accord inc.
to quality. Catalog of in-
formation free on request.
U. E. PENN,
Candidate for sheriff, is one of the
well-known men of the county. He
located in Chandler in IS'.iS and was
engaged in the business of contractor
and builder until the Chandler Pressed
Brick Co. w as organized in 1900. when
he was made manager. He was a
large stockholder in the tirm, owning
a one-third interest. He has disposed
of that during the past winter and is
no longer connected with the concern
which he managed with signal success
for four years. He is still a large
property-owner in Chandler, however,
and is numbered among our substan-
Mr. Penn was born and raised in
West Tennessee, where he and Uncle
Bill Cross grew up together. He saw
KIMIEV DISEASES t!1fs TnS!fJs
mUI%£I UlvUIvkV THE t jtal deaths.
When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poison-
ous waste matter from the blood as it passes through them, the poisons are earned by the
circulation to every part of the body, deranging the different organs. This causes heart
trouble, stomach trouble, sluggish liver and a host of other ills, all due to deranged Kidneys.
Mr Robert 0. Burke, Elnork. Saratov Co N. Y.. write. I am glad to have .n woo
Ity of telling what magnificent re.ulta 1 have had from using FOLEY S> kidney
CURE after having tried other advertised medicines and several phy«
p from la to 20 timss each n.ght to relieve my bladde
it l hsd
was ur*jed b
ians. Before I began
I was all bloated up
one of my family
of living when I
of telling what magnificent res
after having tried other advertised
d to get up from 12 to 20 times esch night to relieve my bladder,
roosv ana my eyesight was so impaired that I could scarcely
the room. In fact. I was so badly used up that I had given up hope of living when I
hought I was going to die Every few days some one comes from miles awaay
name of the wonderful medicine that cured me of Bright s Disease, and not one that
tried it has failed to be benefltted.
Two Sizes, 60 Cents &nd $1e00«
resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear,
because the cause has been removed. Com-
mence taking FOLEY S KIDNEY CURE
at the first sign of danger. Do not risk
having Bright’s Disease or Diabetes.
SOLD AND REOOMMENDED BY
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Corbin & Lynch
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