The Chandler Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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RomanutT Dynasty Trembles In
The Balance—Martial Law
THE TRAINS STILL RUN
Striders Have Not Been Able To
Tie Up Traftjc—Will resort
To violence against Roads.
London, Dec 20.—The correspond-
ent of the Daily Telegraph at St. Pet-
ersburg, in a dispatch dated Dec ir>,
says. "At an early hour this morn-
ing the casualties at Moscow were es-
timated at r.,000 killed and 14,000
wounded, with the fighting still pro-
St. Petersburg, Dec. 2!i.—Upon the
loyalty of the troops depends the ICo-
manofl dynasty's control of the gov-
ernment, Twenty-four hours may
mean a suppression of the revolt or
such a landslide of troops to the rebels
that organized civi: war will begin
and the fall of the czar's government
be an immediate possibility.
With Moscow's baptism af blood,
the revolutionaries made good their
threat to transform the strike Into
The government professes confidence
that the whole attempt will fail owing
to the insufficiency of arms in posses-
sion of the p/oletariat and by reason
of the loyalty of the army as a whole
but its calculations might again be
rudely upset. A few arsenals might
be seized t" furnish arms and open
support of a few regiments would mean
a winter's rebellion with all its horror
Certainly the shrewdest of the revolu-
tionary leaders fully appreciate that
the issue must be decided by the atti-
tude of the army which la yet tJ cast
the die. Trains have continued to
run on all the lines out of St. Peters-
Meetings of every description, even
those of the Law and Order party, are
For the present the Imperial bank
at Riga has been forced to cease gold
payments owing to the impossibility
of shipping gold coin there
The fears that the revolt la Llthunia
will extend to Poland have become so
acute that Governor Skallon at War-
saw, acting under authority of the im-
perial ukase of November 24, has de-
clared that a state of siege exists in
the tan Polish provinces.
It is understood that the strike lead-
ers in their desperation have decided
to resort to violent tactics and to blow
up the bridges and the right-of way of
the railroads leading out of St. Peters
COTTON CROP TALKS
Controversy In Congress And
Leave To Print.
Washington, Dee. 22.—The cotton
crop controversy iu the house which
was tansferreil to the tloor with 'leave
to print'' in the congressional record
today, consists of statements by Mr
Lovering of Massachusetts and Mr
Burleson of Texas. Loverin# attacks
the accuracy of the estimates of the
crop by the department of agriculture
in several ways.
The reply which uurleson has tiled
maintains that the di(Terence between
the figures of Loverlng and those of
the department vary simply because
of the variation in the weight of bales.
V * __
Who's Your County Pros.cutor? WILL BAR CONSUMPTIVES
In many counties of many States
throuhgout the Union matters are now
getting into shipe for the nomination
lor political office. All these nomina-
tions should go to good men, as a
matter of course. Hut especial! should
the citizens fix a sharp eye upon the
men who are after the position ofcoun
ty prosecutors. If we had an efficient
body of couatyprosecutors, we should
soon be in the way to as nearly a pol-
itical millennium as this generation
could hope to see.
The county prosecutor la the key to
the situation. The bosses know it;
the bribers know it; the crooks of
every kind aud degree know it. If
the people know it, they give no sign
of possessing the knowkledge. >Vhy,
else, are so many prosecutors either
asleep or " in cahoots "?
We have laws a-plenty, A prosecu
tor with character and courage and
legal ability could play smash with
the crooks. A prosecutor with char-
acter alone could do much in the way
of causing the wholesome fear that
makes the crooked abstain.—Satur-
day Kvening Post.
Dec 'J An tuur
New Orleans, uec' " Au *
kets were unfavorably footed l>y
more or less liquidation uf long con
tracts inadvance of the holidays, and
as there will be no market here or in
Liverpool from the cloao tomorrow
till the following Wednasday morning
shorts look advantage of Hie want of
outside support by circulating bear
ish opinion and magnifying present
crop indications. January closed at
Topeka, Ka ,Deo. 20 -lames But-
ler, who was largely Instrumental in
organizing the Farmers' Co-Operative
Shipping Asso iatlon, is «ow work-
ing on a plan looking to the organi-
zation of CJ operative packing plants
all over the stale.
Wanted—Wood and chicken feed on
subS3ri p ' i.
A pretty home wedding at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Barnes at high
noon Christmas day, by Itev. W. A.
Jravens. Mr. Arthur K. King and
Miss Bessie L. Barnes, both well
Known and popular young people of
While the wedding inarch was skil-
fully played by Miss SadeMascho the
young couple, preceded by the at-
tendants, Mr. Hoy Dawson and Miss
Lena Barnes entered the room where
the ceremony was performed.
congratulations were given by the
large company of relatives and friends
then they repaired to the dining room
where a bountiful and splended din-
ner was served. They were recipients
of a any valuable and useful presents,
Killing At Avery,
William Black was shot and ktlled
by Tom Huffman in a difficulty accord
log to a complaint which was tiled in
the probate court today Huffman it is
said his on way the here to give him
self up to the sheriff
St' Lou and Sao Franciso R. R
Christmas and New Year Holiday
excursions to the Southeast, Dec. 21,
22 and 23rd, 1905. Pare and one
third for the round trip Limit 30
days from date of sale.
Tennessee, all points.
Mississippi, all points.
Alabama all points.
North Carolina, all points.
South Carolina, ail points.
Georgia, all points.
Florida, all points,
Louisiana, all points east of the
Kentucky, all points south of and
Including Paducah, Princeton, Nor-
tonvllle, Central City, Glasgow J'ct,
Somerset aud Corbin.
F, E. Clark D. P. A.
A. J. Macomber.
Closing Out Sale
Attenilon is called to the announc
ment of Mr. T. J. Tuttle, one of the
well known business men of Chandlei
who Is selllDg out one of the best
stocks of furniture ever brought to
his city at prices that should interest
anyone who has a house to furnish or
who wishes to make desirable additions
from a stock of choice furniture at
the cheapest prices offered this season.
On account of falling health a changt
of climate has been advised by Mr.
Tuttles physician. Mr. G. J. Boylson
will remain in charge of the under
taking department of the establish
meet which will be continued. 2S)t3
Richard Mansfield's Explanation.
One evening at supper, shortly
after Richard Mansfield prodnced Mo-
Here's "The Misanthrope," a bore, of
tBe ty?6 who delight to set them
selves UP against anything approved
I)f others, was at much pains to tell
the actor that, fine as his results had
been. It was, nevertheless, an artis-
tic sacrilege to translate Moliere
"Translation," he said, "Inevitably
banishes the spirit of the original and
defiles a work of art." "The produc
tlon of 'The Misanthrope,' my dear
sir," replied Mansfield with a gra-
cious smile, "was our revenge on
Bernhardt for playing 'Hamlet' Id
Enoch Arden Case.
Capt. John B. Aulin was employed
as a pilot at Porl Arthur when the
war broke out an ! the Russians de-
tained him. His w:r. In Oakland. Cal.,
who did not hear lrom him for a i. i\r,
tielleved he had c t rtid her and got
i ritvo'p,-. The othi r day he returned
wlfh ' WO that he had earned pilot-
the nd no
Chicago Board of Education Not
to Admit Them to Pub-
Chicago, Dec. 23—The scnool manage-
ment committee of the board of edu-
cation took a hand Id the fight to
stamp out tuberculosis in Chicago
and to prevent its spread in the pub-
lic school rooms by adopting without
a dissenting vote a resolution calling
for the appointment of a committee to
draft a rule providing for the exclu
sion from the public schools of all
victims of the disease.
The committee was also empowered
to prepare a plan for the medical
examination of all "suspicious" pu
pi Is, with a view to determining
whether or not they should be denied
seats in the school rooms. Tubercu-
losis was held to be as infectuous as
smallpox, scarlet fever or diptheria
It 1s with sadness that we note the
death of our beloved friend, Mrs.
Octavia Simpson, wife of W. N. Simp-
son, which occurred at their home five
miles northeast of chandler. The de-
ceased was born October 17, 1802. and
died December 14, 1905, aged 45 years.
Mrs. Slmpfon had been sick several
months and suffered greatly, but when
the angels brought the message, she
quietly surrendered to the call. Your
work on earth is done, child, your fa-
ther call, "come home"
she was a true christian, a faithful
friend and sister, a devoted and lov
ing Wife and mother She leaves a
husband and two children, a mother,
sister and two brothers to mourn her
departure All who knew her were her
friends But we will not mourn as
those who have no hope, for we be
lieve that wa shall meet her again
where there is no sorrow nor pain, and
we shall never say goodby in heaven
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Cox, at high noon Wednesday, Dec.
20, by Rev. W. A. crawens, assisted
by Rev. J. E. Dinger. Mr. Joseph D.
Howell and Miss Eva cox.
After congratulations from the large
company in attendance all went to the
dining room, where they were serve d
to a bountiful and well prepared din-
ner The couple recieved many beauti
The young couple will spend their
honey moon at the groom's old home
in South Carolina, with his mother
A through bred Poland China male,
several choice brood sows and a lot
of fine shotes and pigs. One mile east
and three south of Chandler.
L. L Brown.
Phone on rural line. tf
" An irritable skin makes an Irrlta
hie qerson, and an irritable person
gathers much trouble unto himself or
herself, as the case may be. Moral;
Use Hunt's Cure, one box of which is
absolutely and unvualifidely guaran-
teed to cure any form of snin trouble.
Any kind of itching known is relieved
at once and one box cures."
It may not cure all your ills, but it
does cure one of the worst It cures
iny form of Itch ever known —no mat-
er what its called, where the seusa-
'ion is "itch,'' it knocks It. Eczema,
ringworms, are cured by one box. Its
itiuranteed, and its name is Hunt.,s
Nature Needs But Little
Nature needs only a Little Early His-
-r now and then to ksep the bowels
•leans, the liver active, and the sys-
•em iree from bile, headaches, consti-
oation, etc. The famous little pills"
Early Risers" are pleasant in effect
-<nd perfect in action. They never
jripe or sicken, but tone and st"ength
«n the liver and kidneys Sold by All
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a per-
You want a remedy that will re-
lieve the lungs and keep expectoration
You want a remedy that will ooun
teract any tendency toward pneum
You want a remedy that is pleas-
ant and safe to lake.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets
all of these requirements and for the
speedy and permanent cure of bad
colds stands without a peer For sa)e
by A. D. Wright.
We have a line line of fancy Jewelry
to close out. at cost. Come and see
i' — Boo Ton Bakery. 308 4wt
Staff of Physlcans and Surgeons of the
Helen M. Gould Hospital,
In combination there is power and
it is a well known fact that Dr. Dil-
lard is the most successful surgeon in
Oklahoma, and Dr. Tanner late of
Springfield, Ills., is the must success-
ful eye, ear, n >se ami throat special-
ist in Oklahoma. They have con-
cluded to combine forces and treat all
medical and surgical cases.
Piles, Fistula and Fissure cured
without the knife, ligature or caustic.
The treatment is very mild, perfectly
free from danger and never fails to
diseases of women.
There are many wrecked with pain
and suffering from diseases peculiar
to their sex indicated by cold hands
and feet, pain in the sides and back
an irritable and discontented disposi-
tion and the nervous symptoms which
are legion, a few of which are palpi-
tation of the heart, ablue, sick feeling,
Diseases of the Skin, Blood, Nerves,
Stomach and Bladder, with our pres-
ent means of treatment, all such di-
seases which prevail in this country
With our statistic.electrlclty X-Ray
machine for locating diseases und for-
eign bodies, muscular massage, su-
perhjated air, etc., we are thoroughly
prepared to treat with success all
forms of nervous, chronic and Epecial
Diseases of men, such as Neuras-
thenia and the diseases peculiar to
young and middle aged men can here
find a positive cure. All Invalidscan
at the Helen M. Gould Hospital find
all the advantages and skill that can
be found in any of the larger cities.
Morphine, Opium, Liquor and all
drug habits cured without pain or suf
fering. Three days is tho time re
quired to break up these habits and a
few days longer to build up the ays
tem during which time the patients
will gain a pound a day will com-
plete the cure.
Thousands of testimonials furnished
The reason why Dr. Dillard and Dr.
Tanner has formed this combination
is from the fact that Dr. Dillard has
known Dr. Tanner for 10 or 12 years
and knows him to -be the best and
quickest operator on the eye, ear,
nose and throat he has ever [seen.
Besides his former standing as a
professor of Anatomy and Physiology
as well asOphthalmology and Bacteri-
ology in some of the best colleges of
the healing art. The Doctors are
both graduates of the best colleges in
America and having complied with
the medical laws of Oklahoma.besides
Dr. Tanner has complied with the laws
of all the western states and the lat-
est and most rigid laws of Illinois.
This places the firm on a good basis.
Trained nurses furnished when re-
This Hospital has been running for
18 months on a very successful basis
and out of the 164 cases there have
been but two deaths
Separate appartment for men and
Send Us Three Names.
Of reading farmers in your neigh-
borhood, together with thisjadvertise-
ment and 25 one-cent stamps—or a
silver quarter securely wrapped—and
we'll enroll you for a four month's
trial trip subscription. Or five of you
may club together, sending a dollar
bill and 25 good names and addresses
and get five trial trip subscriptions.
Learn how to clip the trust's wings.
No. 121 West 42d street.
New York, N Y.
Room B 574.
State of Ohio, City of Ohio, |
Lucas County. j 1
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for and
every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh-
Cure. Frank J. Chaney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem-
ber, A D. 1888.
A. W. Gleason.
Hali's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J - i henney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggist, 75 cents.
Son Lost Mother
" Consumstion runs in our family,
and through it I lost my Mother,"
writes E B Reid, of Harmony. Me.;
"For the pastjfive years, however, on
the slightest sign of a cough or a'colds
I have taken Dr. King's New Dicove-
ery for Consumption, which has saved
me from serious lung trouble " His
mother's death was a sad loss for Mr.
R?ld' but he learned that h ng trou-
ble must not be neglected, and how to
cure it. (Juickest relief and cure for
coughs and colds Price 50c and 41.00
guaranteed at A. D, Wiight'sdrug
store. Trial bottle free.
Prices of Second Hand
I am selling my eDtire stock cheap in order
to close out quick before the bad weather
THE UNDERTAKING BUSI-
NESS WILL BE CONTINUED
We have one of the BEST Undertaking
establishments in Lincoln County and this
will be continued in charge of G. J. Boyl-
son. who has been with me fot the past
T. J. TUTTLE
A Carr Load of Deere
Farm Machinery Just
Received at Carr's
Including Stalk Cutters, etc.
The same low price and easy terms apply to
my farm tools as you received on wagons and
buggies. It will cost you no more to buy
now when my house is packed with every-
thing the farmer needs, than later in the
I assure you that I appreciate your past
patronage and I will endeavor to merit
E. W. CARR,
The Car Lot Man.
•'«" •7®|P? ill
Linced and Graduate of Five
Schools of Embalming. . .
Open Day and Night
Phones: Store No
' 301 FIRST STREET
' GUTHRIE, - OKLAHOriA
1.25 Per Day
Mrs. S. F. Klein, Prop.
(. ■ )
The Bishop's Choice.
Once the late bishop of London was
•rdered by his physician to spend the
winter In Algiers. The bishop said
% was Impossible; he had so many
engagements. "Well, my lord bishop,"
said the specialist, "It either means
Algiers or heaven." "Oh, In that
case," said the bishop, "I'll go to Al-
For Christmas rockers see Jake Col.
>r. 02 w.
Curious War Drum.
The Nlam-Nlam expedition, which
has returned to Khartum after put-
tin* down the revolt of tjie Bahr-el-
Gazal, has brought back a curious
trophy In the shape of the Sultan'B
great war drum. It is cut out of the
trunk of a tree, stands four feet hlgl
*nd Is carved to represent a buffalo
Teacher Beat School Board.
Nothing daunted .because padlock*
; were put on the door, the stoveplp#
taken away and no fuel furnished tc
j keep the building warm. Miss Jennie
rMowell, a plucky young schoolmistress
.of Lew Beach, Sullivan county, N. Y..
I succeeded In finishing her term of
school," though the trustees had o81-
•lally declared the school dlscoi*
tlnued. With the help of her pupils
Miss MowelJ got new stovepipe and
fuel, but she could not get her pay
She appealed to the state department
of education, which has just orders
the trustees to pay her full ojxt
continue the school.
Whoa you want a pleasant* IhxAtive
take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv-
For| saU by—A. D
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