The Chandler Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, May 30, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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For household Use.
The ALASKA possesses a
provision chamber free from
The ALASKA is a dry air
Refrigerator and the best one
ANCE GAS STOVES.
Tinner and Plumber in Con-
Chandler Hardware Co.
Relief Came to the Suf.t r">
11 o'clock This Morning.
J. M. Harrison who was shot it ti e
head Thursday evening died ai 11
o'clock this morning «* a result of
The funeral will take place to-
morrow at 2 p. m from the residence
under the auspices of the Redmen, of
which lodge the deceased was a mem-
ber Interment will be in Oak I 'ark
Itige?, the man who tired the fatal
shot, and Russel who was wiih Kiggs
at that time, are both under arrest
Mr. Harrison leaves a wife and two
young children, a son and daughter.
LORD PAUNCEF6TE lit AII
Demise of England's Most Noted
Diplomat Came Without Warn-
ing- -Services to be Held Next
Wednesday—Diplomats to be
Pallbearers—All England in
Inspection Order No. J.
Watonga, Okla., May 21, 1902.
1. Company B, 1st regiment, Okla-
homa National Guards, will be in-
spected at Chandler on Monday, June
2, 1902, together with all their military
equipments, ordnance stores and quar-
2. At 2 o'clock p. m. the company
commander will have the entire com-
pany assembled and ready for inspec-
tion. Troops will be in uniform, in-
cluding campaign hats and leggings,
and equipped with arms and canteens.
3. Immediately after inspection of
company, the company commander
will order and conduct drills as fol-
1. Manual of arms.
2. Thirty-minute squad drill.
3. Thirty-minute company drill.
4. The company commander will
, . .V ■ Tr; inri . account for and present an inventory
into during the night. Hi- famu\ anu 1 _
u ? , ,p hen of all military equipments, ordnance
part of the embassy were bcQ- , qual,,frmaste, suppUes and
side when death came . other military property on hand and
The improvement which find been
noted in his condition durim ihe past
DR. KING S
TRY new discovery
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Pneumonia,Hay Fever, Pleu-
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and
NO CURE. NO PAY.
'rice 50c. and $ 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
Washington, May 24.—Lord Paunce-
fote. the British ambassador, died this
morning at ,5:80 o'clock. About 2
o'clock this morning he developed a
well defined heart trouble and a con-
sultation of physicians was called.
They were unable to rallv him and he
died peacefully, not having r- iued
consciousness from the sleep he fell j
week received a sudden check about
six o'clock last evening when it was
noticed that he was experiencing • u-
flcult.v in breathing Dr. Jung, his
physician was immediately sent lor
and he decided upon a consultation
with a local physician, in the mean-
time, telegraphing for Dr. Osier, of
Baltimore. In his stead came Dr
Thayer of Johns Hopkins university,
arriving at 2 o'clock this morning.
The patient's pulse was still good
when Dr. Thayer left the embassy at 3
o'clock for Baltimore, the ambassador
resting so comfortably that a cable-
gram was sent to his son-in-law, Mr.
Bromley of London, that there was
lno immediate danger. Soon after .(
o'clock a distinct weakness of I he
heart developed and his pulse began
to collapse. He died so peacefully
that it surprised even his physician
who feared that the asthmatic affec-
tion would prove troublesome when
the end came.
At the bedside when the distinguish-
ed diplomat pas ed away were Miss
Pauncefote, the Honorable Maud
Pauncefote, Miss -ibyl anil Miss
\ Audrey. Dr. Jung and Mr. Kadfofl,
J one of the clerks attached to Hie
embassy. N.> arrangements of any-
kind have been made for tli 'leral
As soon as it became gem.rally
exhibi: the same for inspection when
called upon at any time during said
By order of the commander-in-chief.
Captain and Aide-de Camp Inspector.
That's what you need; some-
thing to cure your bilious-
ness and give you a good
digcs;ion. Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure con-
stipation and biliousness.
Want your moustache or beard a beautiful
brown or rich black ? Then use
50 cts of druggists, oh r. P. hall a co.,nashl* n >•
Furniture Trust the Latest.
Chicago, May 22.—Two hundred
leading furniture manufacturers of
the country who came to Chicago
Tuesday to aitend the annual business
meeting of the National Association
of Chamber Suit and Case manu-
factures, it is announced today, form-
ed a combination or pool which will
I control the furniture output of the
I United States and regulate prices.
The remark is frequently heard that
potatoes do not keep in Oklahoma.
But potatoes do keep. They have
been kept a number of years by L. R.
Spangler, who lives west of town.
This year he just finished using the
last of them the first of May. He
would be using out of his potato pile
yet if some one had not stolen some
of them last fall, when potatoes were
about on par with gold dollars. The
successful wintering of potatoes begins
the preceding spring. They must be
planted early so that the crop will
mature before the hottest sun comes
They must be dug as soon as the
leaves begin to fall or the sun will
bake the potatoes in the ground.
This is the biir point: dig the potatoes
before the sun gets in its work. Mr.
Spangler then stores his potatoes in
the north end of a shed on the west
side of the barn. Prairie hay is
spread on the ground and on the side
of the barn and partition where the
potatoes will be piled. The pile of
potatoes is then covered over with not
to exceed a foot of hay. This year
out of thirty-five bushels, only one
bushel of rotten potatoes were found
and they were those cut in digging.
Mr. Spangler has been raising the
Early Ohio potatoes —Edmond Enter-
Biliousness is a conditioncharacter-
ized by a disturbance of the digestive
organs. The stomach is debilitated,
the liver torpid, the bowels constipat-
ed. There is a loathing of food, pains
in the bowels, dizziness, coated tongue
and vomiting, first of the undigested
or partly digested food and then of
bile. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Kiver Tablets allay the disturbances
of the stomach and create a healthy
appetite. They also tone up the liver
to a healthy action and regulate the
bowels. Try them and you are certain
to be much pleased with the result.
For sale by A. D. Wright. McElHin-
ney & Ellis and City Drug Store
Commenting on the free school boob
bill which appeared in last week's
lit server, the Stillwater Advance says:
"Correct, Bro Brown, that Is good
advice and thoroughly democratic as
well as populistic. TI.e republicans
are making an effort to hide behind
this proposition and make the people
believe that it was they who first ad-
vocated free school books, when in
fact in the very first legislature of this
territory Hon. G. W. Gardenhire, as
councilman from th'« district, intro-
duced a bill for that very purpose,but
for some reason it was never reported
out of the committee room and in ev-
ery successive campaign since then the
democrats and populists have advo-
cated this matter before the people.
Let us not falter now, but see that it
is made one of the issues in this com-
Knightsviile, Ind., April 22. 1898.
Pepsin Syrup t o , Montlcello, 111.
Gentlemen: 1 ha <■ been selling Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ever since it
was first Introduced to the trade. It
is the best seller I ever had on my
shelves and gives the best satisfaction
to my customers of anything I ever
offered them W tore I sell il once
they invariably return for more. As
a laxative or as a physic it is par
excellence, the most pleasant and
satisfactory preparation I have ever
sold. Yours etc,, G. H. Camk..
Sold by Corbin & Ly cell.
Assailant of Jim Harrison Cap
tured This Morning at Home
of John Martin.
MUCH LIKl in
.Notice is hereby given to all house-
holders in the city of Chandler to clean
up and abate all nuisances on their
All hog-pens must be removed from
the city by the 5th day of June.
Later on an inspection from house
to house will be made. It is hoped,
however, that our citizens will take
pride in doing all in their power to
make Chandler a good place to live
in, and that no prosecutions will be
necessary to enforce the sanitary laws.
F. G. Ellis, M. D.,
Health officer for Lincoln county.
May 20, 1902. d49t3 wlt2
Sam Uiggs, the man who shot Har-
rison, was arrested early this morning
at the home of John Martin, six miles
southeast of town, where he had been
hiding since the commission of the
Uiggs had been working for Martin
for a week or two past having quit the
section atthattime. After eluding his
pursuers Thursday night he went at
once to the Martin place, reaching
there about 2 o'clock in the morning.
Tilghman traced him to the place ear-
ly yesterday morning but was told by
members of the family that the tracks
were those of one of the Martin boys
who had returned early in the morn-
ing from a party and had then gone
to the pasture for a horse.
Hlggs went directly to the house but
after reaching the door changed his
mind about disturbing the family and
sought the densest copse he could find
in the wooded pasture and slept there
through the day. He says that he had
left the house only a few minutes be-
fore Tilghman reached there and that
at one time Tilghman passed within
fifty leet of his hiding place.
Uiggs went to the house in the even-
ing, had supper with the family and
Tilghman sent a posse under F. A.
Ashtou to watch ihe house last night.
They reached there after Biggs and
the family had retired. Everything
beinir quiet throughout the night, Ash
ton decided shortly before daylight t<
search the house where they found
Uiggs in bed asleep. He did not re-
sist arrest and was quietly lodged
jail at an early hour this morning.
The weapon with which the shooting
was done has not been recovered. It
belonged to a section hand who work
ed for McMains and lived in a tent
north of McMains* house.
Uiggs and llussel are in jail uncon-
cernedly awaiting the outcome of the
Harrison's condition is less favora-
ble than it was yesterday. For a time
yesterday towards evening he rallied
and moved his right foot, the right
side up to that time having seemed to
be wholly paralyzed. A faint hope
sprang up that he might pull through
as he is a man of vigorous constitu-
tion and has survived previous serious
injuries. But the improvement was
only temporary and from midnight un-
til 3 o'clock this morning he was close
to death's door, his pulse running up
to 200 and his temperature reaching
105. At 3 he rallied and is resting
quietly, but he has never regained
When the great International Sun-
day Schoolconventiou meets at Denver
next month every state which has a
County School ass ociation In every
county will be declared a banner
Oklahoma lias done effective work
all along the line and will stand in
the front line at this grea' convention
if county convent ions can be held in
the next three weeks in the six counties
not yet organized. Lincoln county is
one of these six and it is to lie hoped
that the people of ih- county inter-
ested in Sunday school and religious
work will take hold of this work
promptly and not let this county be
the one to keep the territory from
standing in the front line at this great
meeting of the Sunday school workers
of the world.
Member International Commilte .
■ The capital represented in the com
known that Lord Pauncefote was dead filiation is about $2o.000,0D0. The
jjtf 11' organization adopted anew schedule
fiags were half-masted oyer the dif-
ferent embassies and legations. At
the Arlington hotel where the visiting
Frenchmen who have come to Witness
the Rocbambeau statue unveiling are
stopping the French flag was placed
at half mast.
See Frisco Line agent for cheap rates
to Oregon, Utah. Idaho. Montana. Wash-
ington and California points.
" I have kept Ayer's Cherry Pec-
toral in my house for a great many
years. It is the best medicine in
the world for coughs and colds.
J. C. Williams, Attica, N. Y.
All serious lung
troubles begin with a
tickling in the throat.
You can stop this at first
in a single night with
Ayer's Cheiry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consumption, hard colds,
and for coughs of all kinds.
Three sire. : 25c., 50c.■ SI* All drufll.t.
of prices to go i.ito effect at once,
which will increase the cost of all
classes of the better grade of furniture
10 to 20 per cent tn purchasers. The
furniture manufacturers held their
sessions behind closed doors and
maintained the utmost secrecy in
regard to their plans. The new com-
bination, it is claimed, includes 85
per cent of the furniture manufacturers
of the conntrv. Special committees
were appointed at the meeting to lay
the proposition before all the furni-
ture manufacturers of the country not
represented at the conference, with a
view to inducing them to subscribe to
the agreement. The members deny
that the organization is a trust, and
describe it as a pooling of furniture
CHARGED WITH RAPE.
>aris Perswell Arrested Yester
day Charged With Heinous
Crime—Out On Bond of
a Thousand Dollars.
STAND LIKE A STONK WALL
Between your children and the tor-
tures of itching and burning eczema,
scaldhead or other skin diseases.—
How? why, by using Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, earth's greatest healer. Quick-
est cure for ulcers, fever sores, salt
rheum, cuts, burns or bruises. Infal-
lible for piles. 25c at Wright's
WANTS OTHFHS TO KNOW.
"I have used DeWitt's Little Early
Bisers for constipation and torpid
liver and they are all right. I am
glad to indorse them fori think when
we find a good thing we ought to let
others know if." writes Alfred Heinze,
Quincy, 111. They never gripe oi
distress Sure, safe pills.—A. D
Persons have been known to
Cain a pound a day by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL-
SION. It is strange, but it often
Somehow the ounce produces
the pound s it seems to start the
digestive machinery going proD-
erly, so that the patient is able
to digest and absorb his ordinary
food, which he could not do be-
fore, and that is the way the gain
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health •, if you have
not got it you can get it by
You will find it just as useful in jummei
ai in winter, ar.d if you are thriving upon
It don't stop became the weather is wann.
50c. and $1.00, all druggists.
6COTT & UUWNE, Chemists, New York.
An Elegant Prize.
The prize offered by McKlHinney &
Ellis, a half pound bottle of East-
man's perfume, "as won by Mrs. H.
M. Fagnines. Every lady who called
at the drug store during the da? was
given a free chance for this elegant
prize. Late last evening the numbers
were put in a large box mixed by
shaking the box and one number was
drawn by a bilndfolded person. The
lucky number was 4;!.
REVHALS A GREAT SECRET.
It is often asked how such startling
cures, that puzzle the best physicians,
are effected by Dr. King's New Discov-
ery for consumption. Here's Ihe
secret. It cuts out the phlegm and
germ-infected mucus, and lets the life-
giving oxygen enrich and vitalize the
blood. It heals the inflamed, cough
worn throat and lungs. Hard colds
and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr.
King's New Discovery, the most in-
fallible remedy for ull throat and lung
diseases. Guaranteed bottles f>0: and
$1.00. Trial bottles free ut Wright s
The neighborhood of the Banner j
school house north of town is stirred |
up over a sensational affair as the
result of which Paris Perswell was
arrested yesterday charged with out- j
raging Annie Evans, a girl of 15. ,
whose home is in the north part of |
town. The young man gave bond in
the sum of $1,000 and is now enjoying j
It seems that the pair, both of whom | j
have been attending the (.'handler
high school, attended a party last
Saturday evening at the Per well |
home five miles northwest of town, j
During the evening young Perswell,
borrowed a rig of a friend and he and J
interests *to regulate" the selling "price ! the girl went out for a drive. People
living west of the banner school house
heard outcries late in the'night which 1
led to an investigation,disclosing facts j
which resulted in the arrest of the j
young man as stated, complaint being I
lodged by the father of the girl to j
whom the facts as learned in the neigli-
tension, loss of sleep and constant 1 borhood of the commission of the
speaking I had about utterly collaps- crime were communicated by Henry
of their product.
UOLDS UP A CONGRESSMAN,
j l,At the end of thecampaign," writes
ChampClark, Missouri's brilliantcon-
1 gressman," "from overwork, nervous
We have the greatest stock of plain and artistic furniture ever j
shown in Chandler at prices that defy competition.
Also a full line
Mattings, Oil Cloth, Linen Rugs, Art
Squares, Portiers, Lace Curtains and
We are also closing out our entire line of Trunks and telescopes at
cost. Call and examine our line of hand made Refrigerators, the best and
cheapest line in town. Go-carts and baby carriages.
If he say§ take It,
Consult yonr doctor
tben**doY ~h"e says. j'kjje
to take It, then don !. takei It.
Leave it with htm. We
J. l. AY Eli CO., Lowe
ed. It seemed that all organs in mjl
body were out of order, but three
bottles of Electric Bitters made me all
right. It's the best all-around medi-
cine ever sold over a druggist s
I counter." Overworked, run-down men
and weak, sickly women gain splendid
health and vitality from Electriu
Bitters. Try them. Only oOc. Guar-
anteed by Wright's Pharmacy.
11 1111c v 1 *_• — .
Osborne, a prominent citizen of that
The girl is only 15 years of age. She
and Perswell have been sweethearts
for sometime and he has been urging
lierto marry him but she refused sav-
ing she was too young to marry.
Both parties belong to res] table
families and the whole deplorable af-
fair has created a sensation.
A h< uring will lie had before Pro-
bate .ludge Cordell on Wednesday,
I Max 23th.
Chandler Furniture Co.
1 Phone 7 3.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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French, Mrs. W. H. The Chandler Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, May 30, 1902, newspaper, May 30, 1902; Chandler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc150881/m1/3/: accessed January 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.