The Chandler Tribune (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1906 Page: 4 of 6
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C. M. Morgan was
Miss Lula Divine was at Stroud
Clark Sport returned to Okla-
homa City Tuesday.
Leslie Knight returned to Me-
Frank West was
at Tulsa on
rBIG CLEARANCE SALE
Beginning Saturday, June 30
This will be the Greatest Bargain Giving Sale that was ever prepared for the people of Lincoln
County. There will be more talk, more people, more excitement and more goods actually sold
at MONEY SAVING prices to the customer than ever was heard of before at any similar event,
especially so in our Men’s and Boys’ Suit Department and all throughout our large shoe stock
A. B, Oleson was at Davenport
Monday on business.
C. E. Ransom was a passenger I
to Oklahoma Cit.v Tuesday.
G. R. Procter left Monday for
a trip to Eureka Springs.
James^Farrow was a passen
ger to Dudley Wednesday.
J. M. Hale left Monday for the
s mthern part of the territory.
J. B. A. Robertson was at
Stroud on business Tuesday.
Plain and Huted jelly glasses
25c per dozen at Chandler Fair.
Mrs.'-Unger made a business
trip to Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Miss Vinnie Stewart returned
from a visit to Rossville Tuesday.
Miss Clarice Combs went to
Marshall Wednesday to visit her
sister Mrs. Ida Jordan.
A. L. Collins, a merchant of
Meeker, was in the city Monday
enroute to Kansas City.
Mrs. T. B. Nichols and child-
ren went to Norman Tuesday to
visit Mrs. Nichols' mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephens of
Mounds, who have been visiting
here, returned home Monday.
George Grume returned to
Merrick Wednesday after a visit
with his brother Wm. Crume.
25c will be paid to the first per-
son bringing a hoot owl to this
office. No questions answered.
Mrs. C. D. Spencer and child-
ren returned Tuesday from a
visit with her mother at Daven-
Mrs. T. J. Moore left Monday
evening for Burlington, Iowa,
where she will visit tor several
Miss Cora Berry went to Wal
ter Wednesday morning to spend
a vacation of two weeks with her
Mrs. D. R. Owens and son
Carl went to Sulphur Springs
Monday for the benefit of Mrs.
Mrs. J.M. Walker and baby
went to Bristow and Tulsa Mon-
day where she will spend a
month with relatives.
Mrs. L. M. Wolfe and little
granddaughter Mamie Kimball
went to Lowe Wednesday morn-
ing to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephens came
over from Stroud Tuesday to at-
tend the funeral of the little
daughter of Omer McCown.
Miss Ida Dihle left Tuesday
morning for a visit with relatives
at Salina, Kan., after which she
will go to Colorado to spend the
SO Men’s and Youths' Suits in a good as-
sortment of colors, worth up to $12.50.
Ends of several lines. If your
size is here, sale price.........
One lot Men’s Suits, former
price $8.50, sale price
One lot Men’s 3-piece Suits in gray, black
and fancy colors, cheviots, cassimeres
and fancy stripes, worth $12 to Qf* QQ
$14, sale price....................................OOiOd
Last, but not least, choice of any of our
$17.50 to $25 Suits, none in the house ex-
cluded, take your pick of any Oil AC
of them while they last at ^11 iHj
Young Men’s all wool 3-piece
Suits, worth $10 dollars, at
Young Men’s 3-piece worsted Suits, worth
$12.50 to $15, new effects in stripes and
plaids, all go in this sale, QQ QQ
sale price ......... tJJiOO
A nice assortment of colored Q1 QO
Silk Parasols worth $3.50 to $4 at(g I 130
All 50c Parasols
Shirt Waist Bargains
All 75c white lawn Waists,
All $1.25 white lawn Waists,
sale price ...........................
All $1.50 white lawn Waists,
sale price ....................................
All $2.25 and $2.50 white lawn
Waists, sale price......................
Our entire stock of Ladies’ f p • 4
Tailored Skirts, at just....... 2 2
70 dozen Men’s 10c grade Sox at
per pair only......................................
Men’s 35c Suspenders
Men’s 25c Suspenders
One lot Suspenders
Assortment of Summer Ties, while
they last, at only...................................
Our Trunk Department
Is complete and prices the lowest,
forbids enumerating prices. A
this department is all w? ask.
In this Big Clearance Sale all $2.50 nice
large Bed Spreads goes at Q1 QQ
sale prece................................. W I tUu
$1.50 Bed Spreads go at
sale price —................................
$1.00 Bed Spreads go at f*Qp
sale price.............................................. 030
They all must go. Those worth Qf) QQ
$5 per pair, sale price ijZiOO
And a nice big line to choose from QCp
upward from....................................... JuU
Bear in Mind that Everything in the House is Reduced- EVERYTHING GOES- Don’t
Miss the Biggest Saie that Ever happened in Chandler
Men’s Low Shoes
Our Men’s Pants Dept.
Come and get them. They are going.
OF LAWNS, LACES
& Fancy Embroideries
Go in this Great Sale at less than man-
ufacturers’ cost. Visit this Department
Great Unloading Sale in our Men’s Low
Shoe department. We handle the Fa-
mous Barry Shoe. None better made.
Ladies’ White Skirts
The $1.00 Skirts go at.............. 69c
$1.50 Skirts go at .................... $1.19
$2.50 Skirts go in this Big Sale at# 1.69
Ladies’ Low Sho.s
Ladies’ 35c Lace Collars, sale price 2 lc
Ladies’ 25c Lace Collars, sale price 17c
Ladies’ 25c Turn Over Collar at /5c
Ladies’ 20c Turn Over Collar at / Oc
Ladies’ 10c Turn Over Collar at 5c
A nice lot of Ladies’ 10c Handkerchiefs,
While they last.......................— 4c
Clark’s Thread 4c, 7 spools for 25c
Feather Stitched 2 for................. 5c
Pearl Buttons, 2c dozen, 3 dozen for 5c
Ladies’ Sun Bonnetts, each......... 13c
Great Unloading Sale in our Ladies’ Low
Shoe department. We handle the Famous
Star Brand Shoes, every pair sold under a
guarantee to please and give satisfaction.
10 Dozen Ladies’ Wrappers
They are worth regularly $1 50 QQp
Sale price while they last . .. 30u
Chickens & Eggs
F. 0. HARRIS
sold all of last week was only
20,000 head which number has
been received first two days this
week, but they were quickly ah
sorbed. Goats for the country
sell at $8.25 to $!).75.
J. A. Rieka ft,
L. S. Correspondent.
A BIG CELEBRATION
July 4th by the Farmers at the Lin-
coln County Agricultural Fair
We cordially invite the farm
ers and all others, who will, to
meet with us on that day, when
we can talk over our common in-
Weare going to entertain you
and well.- On this day we shall
have our program and premium
lists of our 190t> fair, to distri-
bute among you.
We are going to have speakers
from our agricultural schools to
educate the farmer; candidates
to entertain us with the new
campaign jokes; thousands of
Sunday school children from all
over the county to romp over our
grounds unmolested andnumber
less entertaining features of all
kinds, in the way of games and
Begin now to make ready for
this great day. and the fair,
which will be held on the 1W, 20,
21 and 22 days of September 1 Id'll.
COMMITTE ON AKKANGKMKNT.
M. M. Watson.
H. A. Osborne.
I. C. Davidson.
C. F. Harper.
B. F. Bray.
E. B. Fisher.
S. D. Dennis,
A. B Beat.son
J. W. McClelland
L. C. McCoy.
J. W. Austin.
J. J. Ballow.
L. E. Bridge.
J. S. Newby.
T. J. Dunn
J. M. Allenbaugh.
Parties desiring stand priv-
ileges or other concessions see
or address J. H. Johnston, Chan
Oul ol jo Kinds the Best.
“Ship one gross Dr. Menden-
hall’s Chill and Fever Cure. It
gives the best satisfaction of
about 20 brands I carry.” J. A.
Hafford, druggist. Rector, Ark.
Children like it. Sold on a signed
guaranty by Corbin & Lynch.
Miss Margaret Williams left
Tuesday morning for Smith Cen-
ter, Kan., and points in Colorado
where she will spend the sum-
Col Roy Hoffman, Major Herr. H. S. .Tones of Merrick died in
Capt. McCoy, Officers Dawson, j this city last Monday of cancer
Foster, McLean, Dimon and Pin of the stomach. Mr. Jones was I
son went to Fort Reno Wednes section foreman at Merrick and
day to attend the shooting con has a family at that place. He! Kansas City, June 2fi.—Four
test of the Ok. N. G. had been living in this county for I thousand cattle and one thousand
about three years and was popu culvt,s were in t|le quarantine
lar among all who knew him, I . . . , . .
having lived an upright life and division yesterday, market
was a Woodman. The Tribune I strong, supply today 1000 quar
extends sympathy to the family j antines, market strong to 10
and relatives of the deceased. j higher. Steers closed last week
a quarter higher than Monday7,
If you want to be with the peo-1COW9 not much changed. Recent
Mrs. Q. Y. Simpson left Tues
day evening for her home at
Palmer, 111. She was accom-
panied by her sister Mrs. Fred
Wagoner who will spend the sum-
mer with her.
Miss Marvel Jennings, who
has been visiting the family of
her uncle D. R. Owens, returned
to Prague Tuesday. Miss Lettie
McLain accompanied her home
for a short visit.
C. O. Lynch, the optician, will
heat Corbin & Lynch’s drug
store July 4, prepared to tit
glasses and will be pleased to see
all who wish to have their eyes
Mrs. Mary J. Melson accom-
panied by her daughter Mrs.
Elva Wood, went to Shawnee
Tuesday noon where Mrs. Mel-
son will enter the sanitarium of
Dr. Keen to be treated for rheum
There will be services both
morning and evening next Sun
day, July 1, at St.
Episcopal church. Sermons by
the pastor. A most cordial in-
vitation to all.
to $2.50. Not as many veals are
i coming this week,market a shade
stronger than at close of lust
week; they lost a quarter lust
j week, account of the heavy sup-
ply. Best ones $5 to $5.75 this
Hog supplies have fallen off a
I little lately, but are still liberal,
| more than 73,000 last week, 10,-
000 today. The market is fluc-
| tuating mildly around $0.50 for
best hogs, top today $0,524, mar-
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pie who believe in advertising, rajns have cut d)iwn receipts of
Stephens Lincoln county, ,f w,ant cattle in the native division, es- |ket strong to 5 higher than yes-
1 • celebrate in the old-fashioned ] tl .......„ terdav. Butchers and heavies
quiet way, if you want
good speeches along the line of since pastures have
development, follow our C’hand- j ened up.
I ler cornet band, on the morning
| of July 4, to the beautiful grounds
of the Lincoln County Agricul-
tural Fair association northeast
snionea ------ . , to.-Hav
to hear I pecially the grass fed natives, lel •’ ■
been fresh- sel1 UP to tlle toP< light
which makes buyers weights 7* to 10c below the oth-
attention to ouaran ers, pigs $5 to $5.00, when not
Every citizen of Chandler
should take a day with the farm-
ers July 4, forgetting business
for a splendid time. The grand
stand will be covered ready for
the afternoon races, while in the
forenoon the thousands of peo-
pie who will celebrate will be Malaria steals tire from the 1100 pounds heavier
comfortably seated under ttie mind and vigor from the limb I from same outfit sold at $4.30
spacious agricultural hall which , un)ess you take Dr. Mendenhall’s | last Friday. Four loads of Sol
will beeovered ready for use for (,hm aud Pever Cure to Kivo diai steers, 1108 pounds, sold to-
the 8pe&kera. * 1 1 ...
tines Osage nation cattle are! sold in with loads. Sentiment
moving a little, wintered steers favors higher prices, as the de-
selling at $4 to $4.25, ten cars of ; “and continues extra strong,
today, 1015 I more than 2500 hogs brought on
Steals Fire From the Mint].
the Kyger steers
pounds at $4.124. Steers nearly
other markets last week by
packers to augment their pur-
Mutton and lamb prices gained
about a quarter last week, spring
I have plenty of money to loan
on Chandler cit.v real estate. Call
and see me, Clapp building.
E. W. Hoyt.
Fever Cure to „
yourself new vim. Better than day at $4.55, top price in the lambs sold particularly good and
quinine and does not affect the j quarantine division. Medium to the market is stronger this week,
head. Pleasunt to take. If you common grades drop down to Native jeai lings and wethers sell
do not like it better than any $3.50 and some light steers sold atI W OO to $0.50, ewes $5.50 to
other chill tonic Corbin A Lynch at $3.30 yesterday. Grass cows $5.00, spring lambs today at $7.85.
will pay your money back. bring $2.40 to $3, canners $2 to j Arizona wethers and yearlings
To each and every one some-
time Afterwards SOME show
tlie effects of the rain
Those that don’t generally have
a little stored uwu.Y against the
arrival of that damp period.
Have. You ?
now Is si good time to
Take u ittlle stock In the
& Loan ftoGiation
and add some to It every month
and you will l>e surprised at Its
growth If you haye a start In-
vest It and let It grow. No use
to let It stand still F.vervlmdy
cun get ahead who wants to
Here’s what’s next.
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Smith, G. A. The Chandler Tribune (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1906, newspaper, June 29, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc915292/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.