The Chandler Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 49, Ed. 1 Monday, April 4, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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bad sick headache—relieves
indigestion, bad breath and
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Druggists And Opticians
ritorial administration and the people
need expect no school land legislation
unless it is along the lines dictated by
the school land board.
Entered at the roatoftlce at Chandler
m Heeond-claNN Matter.
One Year $1.00
MRS. W. H. FRENCH,
Editor and Publleher.
°ublicist 'phone 82
November 4, 1901.
THOS. e. watson
For Vice President
thos. h. ti hulks
for Delegate to Congress
h. k. sd'raughen
For Councilman 4tli District
j. it. a. robertson
For Councilman 3rd District,
l. o. niblack.
For Representative 5th District
L. K. carpenter
For Representative 8th Distrlotl
cha3. n. brown
t. j. hinobey
u. g. shaffer.
For Probate Judge,
s. a. cordell.
For County Attorney,
For Register of Deeds,
V. V. CROUCH.
For County Superintendent,
E. B. SHOTWELL.
T. J. QREENWELL.
For County Weighor
A. J: HAGAN
C. M. TRACY.
For County Commissioners
1st Dist.—JOHN MURPHY.
2nd Dist.—SHERMAN SPRINGER,
rd Dist.—W.J. HARDING.
LAST WORD TO POPULISTS.
[From F. W. .Incut**, iu<tiiaxv r peoplc'H jutrt>
When the populifts go into the
voting booths to vote they will llnd H.
e. Ntraujrhen's name on the people's
Here ia given you the opportunity
to vote as you have talked for years.
Though without much means, we
have placet! this opportunity before
you. None of you ever before wit-
nessed such a campaign as we have
faced this year Our erstwhile friends
(democrats have made every effort to
kill what meetings we have been able
to hill. It it little short of a miracle
that we have so well succeeded. Iiut
we are here, the ticket, is in the field,
4nd it is up to you voters to do your
duty to the past and the present for
reform. We do not depend upon the
work that has b~en done in the pres-
ent campaign for our life. All popu-
lists have learned to distrust the ways
of the old parties and are full of the
principles of reform. You have need-
ed no campaigning. You know your
duty and we believe you will serve
your party in this crisis.
Every scheme will be used to fool
the populists. Every means that has
been tried to do so has failed.
Vote for Straughen and don't be
ashamed of the vote you cast. How
can you square yourself with your
conscience if you vote for a represent-
ative of the old Cleveland democracy?
You ean't, you know it. Turn out
and give Straughen thirty thousaud
votes. You know what that means. It
means that we are the coming party.
Steady, populists, when you take up
the ballot. Do your duty for the sake
of victory in coming campaigns.
OUR COUNTY CANDIDATES. much does it cost? If a bridge would
The fusion ticket that is before the r08t ,30u iD <,|lsh' what doe9 the same I
people of Lincoln cottnty is a strong '"-Idgecoco.t Amber* when built on a FROM thursday's DaIi.y.
, .ii- year's time? How n-uchadditional Governor Ferguson will speak here
one and every democrat and populist i ' , , e 1
ia the county should be at the polls | inlerest would accrue OD the same j tonight.
and cast his vote for the ticket bridge after the warran. is issued? J. nsrt Foster returned las
Tom Hlnchey is a man possessing'
the qualifications for a good sheriff
the warrant draws ti per cent till paid
j bridge after the warran
: In some contracts we k iow of 20 per
eut is added for discount! and then
lie is a strong candidate and many
republicans admit that he will beolect-
ed by a large majority.
I, Vic tiroueh asks to lie reilwud as
register of deeds. He has made a
good record during the past two years
and should be re-elected.
Ev Stinnett has made a thorough
campaign for the office of county clerk.
He Is a young man and one who has
! een active in politics for several
years. This is the first time he has
so a bridge with a fair cash value of
8300 would cost Amberg $1*0 by his
method on a year's time. Such fin-
ancing. And he asks the people to
vote for him. If be run his >om
business that way he would go fin-
ancially ruined in less than a year.
And then fearful of defeat he pub-
lishes a statement from the county
clerk which shows the facts even
worse than we thought. Yes, let us
have a change, Let us have man
The chief executive of the territory
eturned to Guthrie this morning.
Lost— Gold-rimmtd spectacles be-
tween library room and Mrs. j. m.
Rogers' residence. Finder please
leave at this office.
n'Kc' A. R. Swanson is here in the inter-
est of the Bearer Manufacturing Co,
Mrs. T. E. Daniels was here yester-1 St" of tlie besl R' 1 •
day from Merrick shopping ° mttl1 hox 011 the ma,'ket
J. Hart Foster retuii
from Oklahoma City.
<* vu uf;c, uct ti■ • uuvt? c^lliuu
ever asked for anything for himself. ! (8, R. Springer) who will do business
He is,a very popular candidate. i ln,a busiuess way.
A. J. 1 lagan, the present county | -- ■....
weigher, is a candidate for re-election. Late dispatches from Shawnee state
lle'has given satisfaction during the | that half of the 500 negro voters of
past two years.
ron COUNTY" COMMISSIONERS
SOME REASONS WHY YOU
SHOULD VOTE FOR E. B.
SHOTWELL FOR SUPERIN-
TENDENT OF SCHOOLS
He is always uceommodating and
courteous about his office and willing
to assist school officers and teachers
in any w:iy.
Uo devotes his whole time and en-
er%y to Me cause of education.
He was the only superintendent in
tin; territory who voted at the territo-
rial association against a committee
to lobby for an increase in the salary
of county superintendent*.
He has had 27ti eighth grade gradu-
ates since his election, while there
were only M prior to hi. taking the
ihe executive committee of the Ter-
ritorial Teachers' association has
assigned Supt. Shotwell the subject
"How to Maintain a High Standard
of Education in the Public Schools."
This is certainly a recognition of the
ability of Supt. Shotwell so maintain
a high standard of our schools. Why
then should we not have tbe most effi-
cient man in Lincoln county for our
superintendent, when it only'requires
our voa? on Nov. 8 for E. B. Shotwell.
In the 1st district John Murphy asks
for re-election. He has served his
district faithfully for tiie past two
years and with the experience he has
gained during this time wtll give even
better service during the next two
vears. He will stand for whatever will
benefit the county and will endeavor
to have the affairs managed in an
Sherman Springer in the 2d district
is a man thoroughly fitted by educa-
tion and natural ability to make an
ideal commissioner. He believes in
economy in-the disbursement of pub-
lic funds and in a reduction of the
present high rate of taxation.
For the 3d district W. J. Harding is
our candidate. He is a good substan-
tial farmer and a man of excellent
judgment, and integrity. If elect-
ed he will look after the intei-
ests of his district and see
that the funds belonging to it are ex-
pended there. He will stand for lower
taxes and economical management of
all the county affairs.
Lincoln county Is interested in four
legislative candidates, two councilineE
and two representatives. In tli3 north
part, of the co.inty L. ti. Xiblack is
our candidate for the council. He is
the editor of the Guthrie Leader, has
been active in politics and knows the
needs of the territory and especially
of his district.
, 1'ottawatomie county have joined the
[socialist party and will vote for its
Registration in cities all over the
territory has been light. If the vote
over the territory is indicated by the
city registration there will not be
much increase in the total vote over
two years ago.^
W. J. Harding is making a winning
campaign in the third district. The
people there know him and trust in his
integrity and sterling honesty. The
voters of the third district m y rest
assured that if W. J. Harding is
elected that the third district will re-
ceive its share of the road funds. VV.
J. Harding will not suffer the other
commissioners to spend his part of
the money and then try to indict them
before the grand jury. He will see
that his district gets its fair propor-
tion before the other fellows claims
are allowed.—Guthrie Leader.
Has anyone ever asserted that tha
pro'iate judge's offlcp ha* not been
ably managed by Judge Cordell? He
has been tried and found competent,
courteous, careful and efficient. And
yet tbe News claims for Wagoner''su-
perior qualifications" llai ho ever
shown any evidence i f possessing such
'super.>r qualifications?" He has
j been compelled to take up several
| ''side matters." Would he need these
side n atters if he possessed tbe "su- •
Tbe Misses Nelson of Sparks were
business visitors in ( handler yester-
Graham Hall was here yesterday
from Rossville where he is engaged in
Mrs. J. H. Lockwood of near Mc-
Loud was here yesterday trading with
Mrs. Ella Willard of the McLoud
vicinity was here yesterday making
her fall purchases.
Mrs. H. C. Higby, accompanied by
Pete Wate and Jack Bowman, spent
yesterday at Guthrie.
The ladies of Rebekah lodge No. 56
will serve refreshments on election
day, continuing all nigbt.
The Lady Maccabee lodge at this
place was visited last night by J.
Berry and wife of Kendrick.
Misses Dollie Willis and Ada
Hamblin came in today from Camden
Point, Mo., to visit J. L. Everett who
lives six miles northwest of town.
H. C. Higby, engineer on the pass-
enger run between Chandler and Guth-
rie, is entertaining his nephew, Pete
Wate,and Jack Bowman of Plymouth,
Frank Clegg of the Chandler Na-
tional bank was a visitor in the citv
Sunday. He was entertained by one
of the teachers of Willard school.—
Rev. Fazel preached a splendid ser-
mon last night to a fair sized audi-
ence at the Presbyterian church. The
reverend gentleman is a pleasant
speaker and will doubtless do much
good here. Services every night.
You are cordially invited to attend.
J. a. Hadden and wife, who brought
their little son to town* about a month
ago to be operated on, returned to
i their home at Arlington today. The
' tumor which the little fellot
Judge G. H Buekman and Attorney
A. L. Noble, of Winfleld, Kas., are
here taking depositions in an impor-
tant case in their home court.
Mrs. Clarence Clozier and Mrs Will
Petit of Wellston are the guests of
Mr and Mrs. O. A. Hudson, having*
come over on tbe noon train.
Mrs. L. C. Johnson, who has been
visiting her sons in this place for sev-
eral days, left this morning for Okl-ij
homa City to visit a few days.
j Dr. VV. G. Bisbee and father re-
turned last night from a tour of tha
Wichita mountain region where they
looked after their mining interests.
Mrs. Judge Cordell returned this
morning from Rogers, Ark., where
she was called several days ago on
account of the illness of her sister.
J. Wesley Heath, a graduate of the
New York conservatory of music, is
in the city and has decided to locate
here. He teaches piano, violin and
mandolin and will orgaaize a first
Mrs. Lizzie Brewer died at her home
four miles west of the city last night
of fever. She leaves a baby about a a
month old and a husband to mourn
her early demise. ,
Ev Stinnett is at home today, the
first time he has been in from tbe *
political field for several weeks. He
is feeling eood over the outlook and
expects a large majority.
Mrs. K. J. Hose and daughter, Mrs.
S A. Myers,arrived today from York.
Xeb., to visit their son and brother.
D. B. Rose, who lives four miles east
of town The mother is past 80 years
of age but is still active.
Mrs. Ed Bach and mother, Mrs. J.
B. Keller, of Taylorville, iii., who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Wagoner, left last night to visit
friends at Okeene, from which point
they will return home.
WOULD BENEFIT US.
Some of the opponents of Graut
Shaffer are trying to show that he
proposes to violate the law by deposit
ing the county funds with the bank or
L. K. Carpenter, candidate for rep-; — « —l * v e
resentative, is a Lincoln county man. j Per*or lualilications" and "lucrative V '■ ' • iaj-. n .^tended
J j # j to oifsmess matte: 4 here today.
He is well qualified to represent his •' referreU toV Is there any-,
district. He is a man of honesty and j th,n* 10 indicate that he vfrould make j Arthur s t^var ?1 ied'"last nighi<J
integrity and the people want him to !ls a probate judge as the pros-
fe. ... , . , has suf- George A. Neeley of Wellston was
fired with for nfore than a year has married Monday to Miss Era Hostet-
grown to such proportn. - ti::,- it can- ]er of Mulvane. Kan , at the home of
j her parents in that place. Mr. Neeley
S. S. Smith was her. .• m Kendric . Is a -sober, industrious young man
today. _ i,ae of our very best citizens
I). F. Smith of Guthrie was a Chan- and euWs/ la'*f «• hi.
dler visitor today. j 0b°™ P™'*"1"". *«■ The bride i.
j a.mighly cultured young lady who
Ut ori 'moved in thp be9t society, anti t ,;
make a good companion. The Publi-
cist extends congratulations and
wishes that they may live long- and
E. Buck was here 3
business from Carney.
Mrs. Maud Taylor went
>day for a brief vinit.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF
THE PEOPLE'S PARTY.
— ••••« uaua ur
National Committee for Oklahoma j banks that will pay interest on dailv
Territory-Spencer e. Sanders, King- j balances. These sages of the law read
fisher; Mrs. W. h. French, Chandler; j a certain section which says that the
John s. Allen, Norman. county treasurer shall not loan any of
Territorial Officers h. t. o'Mealy, the county funds with or without
chairman, Lamont, Ok la.; L. W. Bur-
nett, secretary, Chandler, Okla.
Organizer—F. VV. Jacobs, King-
Charles N. Brown is a school land
lessee and resides upon and cultivates
his lease. Ho has been a lessee for
seven years and has been identified
with every movement to sacure the
rights of the settlers on the school
land. He is opposed to the timber
cutting graft that has been worked by
the school land leasing board, and if
elected will not only use every effort
to secure the passage of a just and
equitable lease law, bnt to secure the
passage of a bill to reimburse the
lessees for the monies wrongfully
taken from them on account of the j the treasurer's office^
timber cutting charges. What * . Merest is paid on daily balance
J.J. Gayman propo.e to do about to other counties and it is not
that? F> proposes nothing and if , red a violation of ,he law
elecu . will "stand pal" with the tcr- ,0uld rot be so con.i-W
Now Grant Shaffer proposes that
the banks should pay interest on daily
balances. The money would at all
times be subject to check just the same
as though no interest was being paid. |
If depositing the money in a bank and
receiving Interest on the daily bal-
ances is a violation of that part ol
this law prohibiting the county treaB-i
urer from loaning the money with
interest, then the actions of all treus-!
urers in the past has been equally a
violation of the law, as they have de-
posited (loaned) the county money
!>oes Mr. Elliott propose to carry
the whole amount of the funds around
in his pocket or put It In the safe in
represent them. He will be elected if
the voters will do their duty Nov. 8.
In the south part of the county j. 13.
a. Robertson is candidate for the
council, HIb district embraces the
south half of Lincoln county and all
of Oklahoma county. He is an at-
torney of ability and knows the need
of legislation on several important
matters. lie is in sympathy with the
school land lessees and favors legis-
lative regulation of the leasing of
Cbas. n. Brown has been tried and
found to be a safe aud conservative
man. He is a school land lessee and
knows the needs of the lessees and
will work for legislation that will re-
lieve them from the pie^ent oppres-
sions of the leasing buard. Mr. Brown
is the candidate for representative and
his prospects for election are good.
FKOM TUESDAY'S DAILY
VV. K. f'henis came down today froi
mr.a hi « k% . i , j P^or Dltts was her© tod-a? froi
Mrs. M. Behr returned today from stroud.
•put incumbent? Does he show any t . .
J a two weeks visit at the world's fair
discretion when he has a case in hand* j « — ^
Does he not discuss in public ever,! Hllrt K^lck visited j tbi. mornlne.
J I the Lady Maccabee lodge h?re last
Emery Foster went to D .«|iert
important case entrusted ti, him? IJo
the people want such a man for pro-
bate judge'/ We think not.
Mrs. Judge, Morris left at noon for
Caney, Kan., for a two weeks visit
with relatives. •
eek stated that! J- w- Heath, territorial agent for
the Kimble I'iano company, came in
today on business.
Mesdames Rush and Baxter were
visitors at the Lady Maccabee lodge
last nigbt from Kendrick.
Mrs. D. m. James, who has been
We notice in yesterday's paper that
Jacob Amberg has inserted a letter
from II. e. Straughen, showing that
he had not spent all of the 1904 bridge
and road and bridge tax belonging to
his district. Of course not. Nobodv
The News of last
tbe fusionists had advocated the re-
duction of taxes and then proceeded
to lay the blame of the high taxes of
1903 10 their charge. He says all the
fusion candidates but tbree were elect-
ed, but he failed to state that two of visiting her sister, Miss L<ee, trained
those were the county commissioners nurse at the hospital, returned to ber
who control the tax levies. The county home at Sparks today.
officers may stand for economy as far
as the expenses of their >
offices are cou.erned and the records
show that tluy have. Mr. Straugheu's
statement shows that he has saved the
C. R. Kingsley of Bath, N. Y . and
espectivc | w,1° represents a great deal of cap-
it .„PHi: j ",a'> 's hm'e looking at the country.
He is being entertained by A E. Itoss
Mrs. J. W. Hocker of Okmulgee,
~u,., . .after making her sister Mrs. T. S.
county $81.! in the expenses of his i> „• . 7 j ^
H ; Duffy a brief visit, returned home to-
ollice. \ ic Crouch has purchased at day. tier sister Mrs. Geo. Winans
compauied her home for a two days
his own expense a book typewriter
which has resulted in the saving of
several hundred dollars in record
books, and the other officers have con-
ducted their offices on an economical
basis. Hut not one of-these officers
eyer dreamed he had. The levy was | lias a word to say regarding the
only made in last July. The tax rolls j amounts to be leyied by the county
arc not completed yet, or at least aie 1 commissioners. The high tax of 1903,
in the bands of the county elert yi t ; and it is the highest in years, was
for the said year and as yet not on< levied by a board of commissioners
dollar of that tax is collected. Ac- having a republican majority. Yes,
cording to law he had no right to it would help Gilstrap in his efforts
spend anj of the 1904 levy before this. I to elect Amberg and Dennis if he could
yet according to his own published < make the people believe that the vari-
statement from the county cierk it is j ous county officers control the rate of
all gone but 13,500, and since Oot. 1
<2,200 of claims have been tiled
against his district. So all of his
share of the brldg£ and road aud
bridge levy for 1904 exeep
now spent, and not one dollar
i Terminated with an ugly cut on the
■"MOO i-- leg ofB. Orner, Franklin Grove,
III. It developed a stubborn ulcer un
Does the county pay the yieldlngrfto doctors and remedies for
discount on the claims where sold-!'"Ur year8' ThPn B"ckleD's A™ica
r.r _j ., i Salve cured. l Js just as good for
v\ e notice that nearlv all ut hi* > i i
"lu lt nlfi I burns, sea la j,skin eruptions and pill's
.litns are sold. If so, how'25c at a. d. Wright's drug store.
FROM WEDNESDAY'S DAILY
F. M. Hathaway of Guthrie is in the
K. L. Kelley is here from Sherman,
Hoy Buckles and C. E. Andrews are
here from Bipley.
H. C. Sperry from Elm View, Tex.,
is here on business today.
L. E. Johnson, life insurance agent,
is here from Wichita, Kas.
County Superintendent Shotwell is
at Stroud this afternoon.
Dr. L. A. Kelsey is at Tulsa, I. T.,
ou business this afternoon.
Cal Wright, tbe cattleman, is in the
city today with Grant Shaffer.
Four U. S. soldiers at Fort Sill de-
serted Tuesday night to avoid being
sent to tbe Fhiiippines.
•'ft" a woman ever gets so' homely'
she isn't worth looking at she'd better
take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Brings back the bloom ■ I >014th 3.">.
tea or tablets.—Corbin & uc-j.
Sheriff Tilghmau spent 1ml , ki <1
Mrs. \t. h. French mads okfahoaia
City a bu.i.e.. i it today.
f. b. Rarl, * prominent taersh.at
of Sparks, was in the city yesterday.
Dr. Stiles son Guy of RmssvIU.
left last iiyht to attend the fair at sfc.
Bill Dahlbe. o.e of tbe atattijefepsb
democrats in the twrritoiy,. &?>.*
today frost Avery.
Mrs. George Winans of JNoraae
came iu today for a brief isit wit ia
her sist.r mrs t. s. Duffy.
e, Daniel and wife of Shawn., were
in ( handler ttai. fu.rning loekiq*
after property interests.
Stephen Nona of Hu/ntri, x ,..u
and Miss Ella Thompson of spars,
were licensed (e wed yesterday.
j. f. Tuttle ana bright Utile soa
were over from Btrond yesterday.
They made us an appreciated eell.
The pumps for the new waterworks
plant have arrived and are bein
placed in the pits at the pump station.
j. d. c'rain and Miss Anna l. Bea-
erbrink of Merrick were happily united
in marriage last night by Judge Mor-
Henry Newman and bride of Guthrie
passed tbrongh Chandler this mer«-
ing enroute to St. Louis to spend their
Wanted, at this office on subscrip-
tion one load each of heating and cook-
wood, sticks of the latter to be abeut
12 inches in length.
'Chamberlain's Pain Balm is con-
sidered the best liniment on the mar-
ket," write Post & Hliss of Georgia.
Vt, No other liniment will heal a eut
or bruise so promptly . No uther af-
fords such quick relief from rheuma'.ie
pains. No other is so valuable for
deep-seated pains like lause back and
pain in the chest. Give this liniment
u trial and you will never «;sh to be
without it. Sold by a. d. Wright.
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