The Chandler Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1 Monday, April 4, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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The One Thousand Dollars represents
the amount you can have in Sixty Months if
you will invest $10.00 a month in the
Chandler Building and Loan
—33 cents a day—
You can have §1,000 in 84 months by in-
vesting $6.00 per month—20cents a day. ^ ou
can have 1500 in 84 months by investing 10
cents per day. Open an acc ount NOW with
the Chandlek LS. & L. Association.
The Association was organized for the benefit of the public.
WILL DIE AT POST OF DUTY
Fort Arthur Doomed—Japanese
Blow up the Magazines and
Sink Two Cruisers in
KILLED BY EXPLOSION
In Colorado Colorado Coal Mine.
N n,mber of Dead May Reach
Trinidad, Colo., Oct. 2!).-The most
terrific explosion in the history of
coal mining in Colorado occurred at
/•Mine Wo. a of the Rocky Mountain
Fuel and Iron Co. at Teroio, 40 miles
west of here at 1:30 this afternoon and
the number of dead is variously placed
Ao between 30 and t>0 men. The exact
number may never be known, as the
mine ia burning and the bodies will be
A large number of mine officials left
here when word of "the accident was j
received. Company physicians wen-j
picked up all along the line as well as
other available surgeons. 1' • j- l ore-,
"man,U.S. government stock inspector, ;
was at Teroio when the explosion oc
ments are in the hands of perhaps half
a dozen men, who are carefully guard-
ing them from the public and who, it
is anticipated will not make a pulilic
announcement for some time, until
the plan is well on toward completion.
Inquiries have been coming from
Mew York today for information of
"President Hill's new acquisition in
the northwest and details of the big
deal now in progress.
Indian Territory A. H. T. A.
Severs Connection With the
Muskogee. I. T., Oct. 28.-The Anti-
Horse Thief association for Indian
territory has just closed its annual
was at Teroio when the explosion oc j meeting at checotah. Tne most iin-
curred. He returned here tonight and p0rtant.actjon wa8 the withdrawal of
.l r.llnn'inrr QPi-nlint of tllG ... i : t.t
gives the following account of the
•I was standing not more than J00
the Indian territory division from the
jurisdiction of Oklahoma and the
establishment of a separate division.
Shanghai, Oct. 28.—A Drivate letter
from Port Arthur, dated October 21,
'General Stoessel wired the czar
recently: 'I now bid you goodbye
forever. Port Arthur Is my grave.'
"The Japanese shells are inflictiug
great damage to the Kussian lleet and
fortifications. The arsenal. with its
contents is destroyed. Preparations
are being made for the last death
struggle. Provisions are scarce, the
soldiers are eating horse llesh. Gen-
eral SlmonotT would surrender, it is
said, but is overruled by General
Stoessel who has installed the garri
son with the spirit that to court a
glorious death is preferable to capit-
ulation. Certain troops have to be
closely watched for fear of desertion
or treachery. The bombardment of
the Japanese at times is so incessant
tnat it is impossible to bury the dead
to any depth. The hygienic condi
tions are becoming desperate. Over
half of the original garrison is dead
wounded or sick.
"The besiegers are pressing closer
daily and it is hard to say how long
we can hold out. When the end comes
there will be a desperate light and a
surprise. Thousands of the enemy
will perish as everything is mined.
London, O^t. 28.—(4 p.m.)—The As
soeiated Press Is authorized that in
principle a satisfactory settlement of
the Anglo-Uussian dlsputf lias be
reached The details and formalitie
remain to be arranged, but the pro
posal to refer the matter to a court of
inquiry has been accepted.
The entire dispute was ended when
Ambassador lietikeudorlT saw Lord
Lansdowue after t".e cabinet meeting
A tinal inquiry will be held at The
Hague under the rules of The Hague
convention The appointment of arbi
waters will be discussed tomorrow.
S. Peiersburg.Oct. 28 —The emperor
this afternoon approved the proposal
. .. . i Iw. Vi.i-tli cuu inniflpi t 111 ill)
a kindly word.
The Ladies' Aid of the Haptist ]
church desires to thank Its many
friends for their help and donations
for the dinner and supper recently
given in the Fletcher building. It
also deBlres tp thank Mrs. Fletcher
for her kindness and generosity in
giving them the use of the building.
—Sec'y pro tem.
An Unusually Large Number of
Teachers in Attendance For
This Time in the Year.
' • L was Stiluuiug UUV luwv "I— esiauusuiufui- 01 a
yards from the mouth of the tunnel, -phis was bitterly fought by the Okla-
when the explosion occurred. The j homa division. There were 250 dele-
explosion was preceded by a low rum-1 ,rateg at the convention, the largest
i bling sound resembling an earthquake I u-ij .i,- ,-e„resentinfr
which made the earth t'remble and
startled the whole camp.
"When I looked toward the mine
J out of the mouth of the tunnel and
two air shafts came a great volume of
smoke and dust, which continued for
nearly a minute. Out of the two aii
ever held in the territory,representing
over 100 local organizations.
The officers elected for the ensuing
A.«l\ McKellop, Muskogee, presi-
J. B. Hallum, Afton, vice president.
W. H A Harrison, Checotah, see-
to submit the North sea incideLt to an
well worth seeing
shafts, each of which are seven feet in retary.
diameter, timbers that were fully from
two to three feet in diameter shot into
the air and broke into splinters
Hocks were thrown over the camp for
a distance of a quarter of a mile. In
4 fact it rained rocks., broken timbers
and all kinds of debris for fully a
minute and many people were injured
by being struck with these missiles.
"Immediately after the explosion,
which was for all the worlu like a
volcanic eruption, the wildest excite-
ment prevailed. Women, mm and
children rushed to the mouth of the
tunnel and wom"n. whose husbands
■ were in the mines, had to be brought
away by miners to keep them 't om be
ing killed by deadly funds' coming
from the mouth of the tunnel
The executive committee is compos
ed of Carl Schmidt. Collinsville; J
vV. Duncan, Tahlequah: A. Collins
PREPARING FOR WAR.
Vice Ad airal Uojestvensky's ex-
I planation of the attack of his squad-
| ron on British trawlers, while it is
received with incredulity by the peo-
ple and t>ress of Great Britain, has
probably turned the current of diplo-
matic negotiations into a new chan-
London Oct. 2v Notwithstanding
the diplomatic check in consequence of
Admiral Hojestvenskv's report, it is
(it) were in the mine at I from all dock \ards. \ o>sels under
repair are being made ready for sea
under urgent orders from the admi-
Admiralty agents are securing great
quantities of coal for Gibraltar,
Portsmouth, Malta and other potts
and paying high freights. The Medi- ■
hastening in the dl-
The mine in which the accident oc- ing for the possibility of war.
curred works 80 men and it is believ-, Tremendous activity is reported
nd that at leas
the time. , , ,
News of the explosion brought as-
sistance from the adjacent camps and
tonight hundreds of men are trying to
get into the mine Deadly fumes over
come the rescurers frequently but
their places are Immediately taken by
others ready to risk their lives. It is
not thought probable that any one in
the mine can escape death if the\
not all dead already.
It will be impossible to secure the
names of the deadend injured tonight.
nearley all the miners employed are
Slavs. The mine is a new one. opened
only a year ago and extended two thou-
sand feet into the hill The explosion
is supposed to have been caused l >
dust. Only one body has been recov-
ered, that of T. Duratj, a driver, who
was just entering the tunnel when the
explesion occurred. He was torn and
burned almost beyond iecognition. All
mines within a radius of 20 miles have
been shut down and the miners are ou
the way to assist in the rescue of the
big deal consummated
St. Paul, Oct. 27 —Private advices
from a source in Wall Street which is
generally posessed of reliable secret
information are to the effect that the
settlement of the Northern Securities
case has already been effected. The
statement from New \ ork is:
"The securities dealwas put through
tinally just before James J. Hill's de-
parture for St. Paul after his recent
visit in New York. The substantial
lines of settlement were marked out
and are definitely agreed to by the va-
rious interests. Details of the settle-
Sells & Downs big combined circua
has proved a drawing card for Chiii-
cothe. They brought the biggest
crowd to this city that ha- been here,
for years. They saw a brilliant spec-
tacle in the street parade, and a tent
performance that was surpassing in
its merits and which possessed many
uniquely excellent features.
The Sells & Downs Show is run on
business principles, anp does not dis-
appoint the people. Within a few
minutes after 10:30 the parade made
its app -arance, and there was a rush
for points of vantage to get a good
view of the riders, th* bands, the
clowns aud the animals. The parade
was all that could have been expected
and drew forth many exclamations of
interest, amusement and admiration.
Several good bands made the air j
melodious. Claiming special attention j
were a dozen lady riders, very hand- j
somely costumed in white satin and
bloomers, and riding astride. Carrie
Nation with her hatchet brought forth
peals of merriment and shouts of" You
Carrie!" from the crowd. The great
. bovolapus, the big, savase white horn-
evident that Great llritain is pri par-1 animal from the Philippines, the
first ever seen in this country, was
The regular quarterly examination
for teachers' certificates jvas completed
today at the high school building.
There were .">2 applicants, which is an
unusual large class for this time of
The examining board is composed
of K. B. Shotwell, county superintend-
ent of public instruction: J. H. Hayes,
superintendent of the cltv schools, and
C. M. Allen, principal of the Carney
Those who took the examination
Frankie Herd, Chandler.
Grace Hainlire, "
Ada G Battle.
Chas II McCormlck, "
B B Jordan.
VV M Eaton,
Emily Gilmer, Wellston.
Gertrude O'Neal, "
Nicene Jarvls, "
Florence Jarvis, "
Lindy Kirtley, Stroud.
Lillian J Debnam, Fallis.
Carrie Brewer, Meeker.
Grace Thompson, Prague,
May Henry. Cushing •
Irene I lice. Mills.
Agues Morrison, Goodnight.
Bertha Parker, Kendrick.*
Kulah Thompson, Sparks.
Rosa Pitts. Warwick.
Emma Chester, Mitchell.
Lizzie Foster, Carney.
Lucy West, Agra.
J A liyan. "
James I' Freshour. Stroud.
John D Parker
Thomas D Debnam. Fallis.
M E Pi ather, Wellston.
P D Erwin,
Walter White, Bellmont.
Samuel Gaskill. Tryon.
•T Frank McDermott, Sparks,
i HO Anderson. Avery.
W H Johnson, Willzetta.
i F T Hudson, Payson.
r"a'*yi im>i t'~I —r.—- - 'im* *'te -**• • 11
I'Ch'j *• Garland" ;. pro-eminent In every point of
Imaterial, workmanship, .strengtn, beauty, icrtflooi con-
I v ' lianco, economy o£ : 1. But one quality, atul that
jih." I).- -. Sold by i.. - l:u.s dealers everywhere.
The "f : rlond" <" .. Rantfe Has N" Equal
I -.ti- u: I or.' ■ by 'l!i M..Milan Move c:om «ny Detroit Cluct-yo
1 ,r< t Mfikernof Ftnvfsnnd mill* Wi.rbl.
SodJmen-." X""'! ' *h"' "U rlii *" r' ,l C«rt«.
For Sale by New York Hardware Co. Chadler.
Russians at Mukden Hear That
the Advance Has Commenced
Clean Ul ork
viewed with wonder. On his oack was
his keeper a big Filipino. The lions,
leopards, camels and Queen, the big
elephant, all came in for their share
< of interest The wagons were all in
! good conaition and the parade was an
i index to the shows prosperity .-—Con-
stitution. Chillicothe, Mo.
terranean lleet is hastening in the fli-, sma1 L BLAZE.
rection of Gibraltar and the channel -
at'e I squadron, with decks cleared, will! l,qst Friday the tank on the gas-
leave Gibraltar this morning, the ob-1 oline engine at the Tribune office ex-
ject being a sham attack on the rock. \ ploded while they were printing their
The home lleet. likewise, is concentrn- j paper. The llames Hashed up* aud in
ting. In lact all the British navy is! a moment's time the engine room wa
pointing in the direction of the Baltic
Perhaps the must significant devel-
opment is the cabinet meeting which
is called for today. The meeting un-
doubtedly marks the reaching of a
While up to the present time the
government has maintained silence
with regard to the adair. it is consid-
ered certain that Premier Balfour,who
will make a speech at Portsmouth to- roof. .
night, will, after a conference with the This narrow escape, as well as oth
cabinet, make some definite ai notince- ers in the past, impresses us very
ment. Public sentiment will hardly
stand the passage of another day un-
less some satisfactory explanation is
accident at oil well
The oil drillers have h!id to sus-
pend work the cause being the break-
ing of the bull wheel. They expect to
resume work in a few days The well
is down ".'(•> feet. They have struck
an abundance of fresh water which
has caused considerable trouble and
made casinsr necessary. — Cushing
Has Stood the Test 25 Years.
The old, original Grove's Tasteless j
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking." It is iron and quinine in a I
tasteless form. No cure, no pay. j
jOc. * "l°-l 12m
Mukden, Oct. 27, 10:15 p. ra.—News
has just been received here that the
Japanese yesterday assumed the offen-
sive on the east front and made a
slight advance. It is rumored that
the Japanese have taken all the Itus-
sian positions at Erdagou, between
Huansian and Findiapu. on the road
from Mukden to Bentsiaputze.
There was a reconnaissance in force
last night by the Hussian western
Hank, and desultory tiring continued
until 2 o'clock a. m. The Japanese
were discovered to be hurriedly forti- |
tying along the whole line, but this j
does not, of course, preclude tie pos- j
sibility of an attack by them.
This morning occasional shots were
heard on the western front.
The whole army is delighted with
the appointment of Get}. Kuropatkiu 1
as commander-in-chief of the land
forces in the far east. The one idea
among the men is to advance. There
is every indication that when the next
tight cimes it will be of a desperate
Every precaution has been wken by
the Russians to deal generously with
Chinese who have suffered through the
lighting in their territory. Not only
has a special commission been created
for the purpose of paving for all food
and forage commandered, but com-
pensation is awarded for houses in (
villages destroyed This course has
astonished the natives beyond meas-
ure, and there have been many re-1
markable scenes during the disburse-
ments by the commission. Chinese;
who had suffered by the loss of prop-1
ert.v fell upun their knees and thank-,
ed the Russian officers tor repayment, j
It something greatly ap-
preciated by every patron
of a Barber Shop—that is
the kind of service we give.
None other tolerated.
OUR BATH ROOMS
with hot or cold water are
kept ready for use every
day of the week
The Motto ill tilt* aliop rare
iiu,l cleaallliflHi, mid all we
want I* mi opportunity tocon-
vlnce you that this mot to Is
strictly adhered to. F.vi-rr-
thlni! tlrnt claim, prompt anil
o p r i e t o r
Succeeding J. Funk
Something For Christmas
Having made ar-
rangements with a
llrm In Chicago to
supply us with Bron-
dc Enlargements at
We will give you one
with one dozen of
our cabinet photos
at, i :t 50. Call and
see biimqles on ex-
hldition 1hx20 enlar-
gement from any ne-
gative we. have on
hand for $2:00. Also
picture frames and
jjlass at rates to sur-
prise you at, either
Madame b « laire at Barker house,
room 7 Mascho building, will tell
your fortune. See big ad in this
The lirm that gives the most change
bac t is Tuttle & Steimnan. ISOt'l
H. C. Chaufty/
Photographer Chandler. Okla.
tilled with tire and smoke. Mr. Smith
lost no time in making use of the
barrel of water attached ? > the ei :\n-
and soon had the tire put out. The
heavy building paper tacked on the
wall was burned besides a ^reat deal
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure has
made man\ hearts well ai:n'
they have' been pronounced
hopeless. It has completel.
THE BAPTIST DINNER AND cured n ~
The dinner and supper given Satur j
day by the 1 adies' Aid of the Baptist j
church was very much enjoyed by |
those in attendance. The tables were .
neatly arranged, service good, and |
The registration boons are now
closed and if you did not register you
cannot vote. Judge Morris informs
us that just, even oOO names are regis-
tered. This is a slight falling off from
two years ago. as there were 50(1 votes
cast at that time for sheriff in the city
7 , ,'i t he menu was excellent.* They an-
of waste paper which had accnmulat- th, .-epu ation ti-,
edin the room Ija.l the roof been ^ „.rvillsf „ihm1 .. I-in
pine instead of corrugated iron, the, w(J(i a|s„ a success, having I
building would doubtless have burned ] '
u> fiose '.o 1*4".
as the flames leaped up against the;
Olv-udler, Okla . Oct. 21. 1W4
forcibly with the fact that the city <s*jlj(;e js herein given that the lirm
council should reconsider the electric : ]ier(.j0for< * existing as Mascho
light ordinance and make it compul- ^fiwnpv the < it} Drug store, have
sory for that company to furnish a j ^ d ', #oW ,he entire business to
24 hour current, so the gasoline en-
gines could be relegated to the rear.
H, A. Frank. All outstanding indebt-
edness is to be paid to Mascho &
It would also be a grea'. saving to our J 1) iun*ev an,i an claims aga,est said
linn are to be paid *by H. A.Frank.
Very respectfully, o
Mascho & Downey.
H. A. Frank.
merchants in the way of lire insurance, |
as every gasoline engine put to.use
the town raises the insurance rate
most invariably cure or hem lit
every case of heart disease.
Short breath, pain around
heart, palpitation. Iluttering,
dizzy, fainting'and smothering
spells should not be neglected.
Take Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
and see how quick you will
It cannot' make n *. In • rt,
but will restore a sick one by
strengthening the heart nerves
and muscles, relieving the
unnatural strain, and restoring
• I 1,11,1 , "f rt
trouble. Kor i v m"nttis I
work. T.nxi July 1 y-
and feolinfc ImmI ;>1! 'l-O
noon in plowing one r«
down, o' f ill down
I Carry Liquors
K\v:-y da.v hundreds of people
lcavo'our place with a smile of
because tliey.lmve learned 1 nave
the lnr^est, and best assortment
,>f Kin."Whiskies in Lincoln coun-
ty. When you need something
ij.r«.od fur family or medical use,
call and lie convinced before you-
i purchase elsewhere.
Cnsb ab tUUl bliuo iUl Blicnu 1U u n- ■ 11.Y uuwhii (■,. . -
It is estimated that there are about -">0 ] I. W. Harper is the ideal liquor N
people in town who failed to register. ' bet'er Sold by U'ra Allen
Where a stimulent is indicated, the
doctor prescribes good pure whisky
DeWltvs K Salve
For Pile#, Burn#, Sore*.
■ ild not
in the sift.T-
1 l. id to lay
bottle of Dr. Mil' " 2
before I hi,.I ">" 1,1 1 p ' 'V
lav down u d si-j, all ns-.ljt. j^ vl
ously ! laid i" gel up trm uIiye '< 1L«Mj
man, 84U yea^ol|[ u Fro8t> Ohlo
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is fold by
voup druayist. who will guarantee tbat
^ tirst bottle Will benefit. K it fa,I.
he will refund your money. ■
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
| made to the jug trade. 1 am
headquarters for good goods.
j Kentucky Liquor House
E ti. WITTER. Prop
/his signature is on e/ery box of th® fenuio*
Laxative Broitio-Quinine T weu
reiue<iy that tur« i rulU In «chi ^
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