Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 46, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 24, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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FOUR O’CLOCK EDITION.
@han£v er Daily Publicist
• VOLUME 3
CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY. TUESDAY. MAY 24, 1904.
AT ST. LOUS
Crowding Scenes of Months Into
One Week of Seeing and
SENATOR QUAY WORSE BLEW THE CRL1SER EP DEMOCRATIC COUNTV
Spent a Restless Night After
St. Petersburg Confirms tin* De-
Returning to His Home in
Beaver, Pa. •
struction of the Russian Bo
gatyr Off the Port of
Incomplete as the exhibits are there
is enough on display to require sev-
eral weeks to see. The pavements are
•not nearly finished; in many parts of
the grounds they are not begun. The
constant inflow of wagons hauling ih
exhibits carries mud over the portions
already paved, so that only a slight
shower is needed to make the streets
a slush. The first two days we were le,s night last night and
tfibre it rained and everybody waded. well this morning. His
Beaver, Pa.. May 23.—Senator M.
S. qiuay left his brother's home at
Morganza today and is now located
at his own home in this place. At his zen> Hn,3icK it in,|)ossible lo
home it was said the senator stood the
journey well. He was driven from the*
station to his home in a closed car-
riage from which he was carried into
the house. The senator spent a rest-
was not so
. St. Peters burg., May 23 (4:30 p uv ) —
The report that Rear Admiral Jes-1
protected cruiser Bogatyr, which went
ashore recently in a fog upon the
rocks off Vladivostok, caused her to
be blown up, is continued. The guns
of the Bogatyr were removed before
she was destroyed. No loss of life
Democrats Selected to Go to Ok-
lahoma City Uninstructed—*
County Seems to Have
No favorite. .
instructed to go. to Oklahoma Oily
uuder the unit rule. The motion was
amended that they go uninstructed
and the amendment carried.
H. C. Notson moved that the nomi-
nal ions be ratified as a whole. Mo-
tion carried . and the convention ad-
FAVORITE HOME PAPER
. .Baptist f'hurrh—Supday school,9:45
a. in., A. J. Hagan, superintendent;,
preaching, 11 a. in. and 8 p. in., M. F.
Ilrury, pastor; B. V. P. IT. meeting,
Sunday, 7:15 p. in., H. E. Neighbors,
presidentppray er meeting Wednesday
at 8 p. m.
test, resulting in a wonderful cure.
He writes: “A patient was attacked
with violent hemorrhages, caused by
ulceration of the stomach. I had
often found Electric Bitters excellent
and liver troubles,
so 1 prescribed them. The patient
The government building has* its I said
exhibits more nearly completed than
that of any other on the grounds. The
various departments are fully illus-
trated, those of the war and navy be-
ing especially interesting The ex-
hibit of the Smithsonian institute,
altho not so large as shown at Chi-
cago, is very tine. The wall spice
given to the buttertlys and moths
glows as if tilled with jewels and rare
flowers, every shade of blue, purple,
violet and crimson shinimr resplend- i 111 u,cutl st,im‘lth
ent. The fossils, mounted skeletons j
and restored animals of extinct species,
and stuffed animals attract milch at-
tention. The skeleton of a whale and I
beside it the restored animal, arrest
all eyes upon entering the building.
The liberal arts bujlding lias many
exhibits completed. The most rare j ~
which we saw tt,ere was that of China, Protect Yourself,
an exhibit of priceless value and j Intending visitors* to St.
covering a .large lloor space. Carved j during the world's fair can assure
ivory and ebony, inlaid furniture, I themselves satisfactory rooming ac-
silverware, porcelain, silks and all
the rare treasures of that wonderful
country in endless profusion am fabu- j' f'or particulars apply to nearest
lous value. Many of the articles ^ risco Svsem agent. . 40tf
, attended her destruction. .
to be not as good today as it has ; AUhoU)fh the authorities have not
I been for the f^.days. j given out further details it is suppos-
Jed, as rumored las: Saturday from
A Startling Test. i Kobe, Japan, that the Russians blew
the Bogatyr up to prevent her falling
The report of the committee on cre-
Why the Twice-a-Week Republic
Has Achieved Wide Popularity..
moved that the delegation from Sparks
be increased one vote: motion lost.
H. C. Xotson moved that the report
of credentials eoiumltt®8 be accepted
as read. CarrLd. The report of the
committee on rust>mtiops wt-read and
G. A. Smith moved, the report be
adopted as .eatl. Carried. The res
oldtioos were as follows:
Resolved: •That, we, the Democratic
n sa I | eksk e i
Established for nearly a century and
read-regularly by more than 500,000
persons in the west and southwest, the
Twice-a-Week Republic of St. Louis
can justly lqy eli im n> that enviable
distinction, “Favorite Home l’aper,”
It is great because it has always
aimed to inform, instruct and enter-
tain its readers on .11 matters of pub-
lic and home Inter, st. In 1004 it wil'l
he especially interesting and valuable.
Here are some reasons why you should
the Vladivostok lleet, which composed
of four powerful cruisers and a nmn-
11 it* theory of single statehood forOkla- ] This is campaign year and you will
gained from the first, and has not had Lp;St' letelstll"g> 'la-' ->••4.3., p m.
an attack in 11 months.” Electric fhe wlmmlty report, that the Baltic
Bitters are positively guaranteed for «eet s new battle sh;p Orel, which sud-
dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation den!y ^unk.at her ancliorage at kron-
and kidney troubles Trv them. Onlv i SUdt tlle ' ' “V ''6-'
50c at A. I). Wright’s drug store. ‘ s" *’ a-clco.!'<llf,« rePort- °* her 868
• valves being open, and was subse-
t ^ „ mmim hoina and the Indian Territory and re-1 want to be informed of the movements
her of torpedo boats, had made two joice in the fact that the realization of of party leaders, reports of the great
daring raids down the Eastern Korean I ol,r idea is almost assured and that It | national and state conventions, the
coast doing damage, to Japanese >tup-i Lis lieen tin* result ot persistant efforts progress of the campaign, reports of
piDg, . I on the part of the Democratic partv.. j the elections, etc.
Resolved: That vve condemn the You will want to know ail about the re*.....ke< ps the cough loose, lessens
many positions taken oil this question Pworld’s fair to i,e held in St. Louis
by the Republican party, except the from.April 30 to December 1,1904. •
First Presbyterian Church—Preach-
ing every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 8
p. m.; Sabbath Bible school, 10 a. m :
prayer meeting. Wednesday at 8 p. m.
A cordial invitation extended to all
these services.—W. A. Cravens, pas-
tor. ' •
M. E. Church—Sunday school, 10 a.
in.; preaching, II a. ni. and 8 p. m.;
Junior league, 3 p.m.:Epworth league,
7:30: prayer meeting, Thursday 8 p tu.
Christian Church Preaching each
Lord’s day at II a, in,, and 8 p. m.,
John T. Owens,pastor; Sunday school
at 10 a. m., Frank Falkenstein, super-
intendent; Christian Endeavor meets
at 4 p. iu. each Sunday: prayer meet-
ing each Thursday at 8 p. m ; the offi-
cial board meets the tirst Wednesday
at 8 p. tu. •
’ Whooping Cough.
“In the spring of 1P01 my children
had whooping cough,” says Mrs. IJ.
W. ‘Capps, of Capps, Ala. “I used
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy with
the most satisfactory results. I think
this is the oest remedy I have ever
seen for whooping cough.” This
quently raised, has not suffered any
injuries The investigation into the
cause o( tlie accident is notcomyleted.
eommodations through the Met
Service Co. at a nominal expense.
SAYS ALEXIEFF RESIGNED
inglv,endorsed of the democratic policy
.Whereas: We believe that the lion.
Win. M. cross received a majority of
the.votes cast at the last territorial elec-
brief intervals in which they have seem-1 You will be interested in and kept
weli informed by the Farm Visitor, a
regular supplement of the paper, pre-
pared especially for the farmer and
You will want to know what the
world is doing in every held of activity
and through the unsurpassed news and
special service of the Twice-a-Week
Republic you will not tie disappointed.
In short sketches, choice -hits of lie-
shown belong to the imperial commis-
sion and could nut be bought* at any
price. Don't fail to see this exhibit.
It is hard tp draw the line between
the character of the exhibits in the
liberal arts building and that of manu-
factures and varied industries The
"French exhibit in the latter building
seems to be identical in character
with the Chinese in the former. ‘The
French diiaplny is not yet complete
hut enfiugh is on display lo show that
it will be immense. The Parisian cos-1
• . e as
tlje-entire French exhibit did in the .
liberal arts building at Chicago.
J. A. Gulledge, of Verbena, Ala.,
was twice in the hospital from a severe
case of piles causing 24 tumors. After
doctors and all remedies failed, .Buck-
ien’s Arnica Salve quickly ,arrested
further inffamraation and cured him.
It conquers aches and kills pain. 25c
at A. D. Wright’s drug store.
The Czar Sent Him a Telegram,
However," and He Changed
choice of Oklahoma electors.be respect-
ed by Congress and that a fair count he
Whereas: Die school land question ... „......
is the*paraniount question confronting (ion, articles of interest to women,
liildren and the.home, fashion hints
and Helpful suggestions tlie Twice-a-
the severity and frequency of the
coughing spells and counteracts any
tendency toward pneumonia. For
sale by A. D. Wright.
1. W. Harper whisky, the kind your
gramldfnther used. None better. Try
it. Sold by Era Allen. 32tf
I Hl; CHANDLER HOTEL
| tlie people of Oklahoma on becoming a
Whereas: The conditions surround-
ing the school and public lands of tlie
The famous little pills.
'.emtory arc without a precedent in as
much as they are now all under rental
land occupied by men who have in good
"London, May 23.—The St. Peters-, faith improved them and built homes
•, sa me
Daily Telegraph says: [ liesolved: that we favor tlie sale of all
“I am informed on good authority [school lands at an appraised valuation,
. ed his giving preference totlie present *occu-
n-ignat urn to t In- emperor, giving ill pniits on such term- a- they may lie
health as the reason for his desire to able lo purchase them and thereby sc-
IJe relieved,’ but that the emperor per-1 cure for themselves all the benefits of
Week Republic easily leads
the weeklies of the great west.
If you want the Twice-a-Week Re
public sent to your address order it at
once direct from the office at St. Louis,
Mo., or •through your lo'ca'l news-
dealer. It costs only #1 a year.
thing Clean and
Jrst Opened Bv .1. P. Burton,
•an experienced hotel man
North Manvel Avenue be-
twee'n llth and Till streets.
OeWItt’s RJ® Salve
For Piles. Burns, Sores.
DeWitt’s B Salve
For Piles* Burns, Soros.
Cure For Headache
Any man, woman or.cnild suffering
from headache, biliousness, or a dull
drowsy feeling, should take om- or*two
of De .Vitt’s Little Early Rise s nitrht
and morning. These famous little
pills are famous because they are a
tonic aa well as a pill. While they
cleanse the system they strengthen and
rebuild it by their tonic* effect upon
the liver and bowels. Su'd by Cor-
bin vY Lypch.
j suaded him, in a gracious
to remain at his’post.”
ud, .the years of labor that they
All details looked after and carried out
Day ’Phone ,3, Night 153
R. F. WILSON
Corbin & Lynch.
do not hesitate to recommend
i >y spepMU ( • their
* i-tiunVr- I nd i _ es’ < m ea ise- u.i ire
ill hea th tiiai anything else It de-
ranges the stomach and brings on all ] leasing of tlie school lands contain plat
manner of disease. Kodoi Dyspepsia ed that tl e legislature act at the earliest.
in building a home thereon. And that I
n, regard any ........... land tenantry
as mi-American and a. dangerous ex
periment in our system of government, j
Resolved': That the act of Congress
of May4,1894 authorizing the territorial j
legislature to pass laws regulating the
Cure digests what you eat, cures indi-1 possible time. We therefore, demand
gestion dy spepsia am} all stomach tl
disorders. Kodoi is not only a per-1 school land law just and equitable both
digestant but a tissue building tonic to the interes- of the school fund and
aj well. Renewed health,
strength and renewed vitality
perfect tlie lessees. And we pledge tlij Demo
V 1 A
Season Excursion Tickets.
RATE—Eighty (sO) per cent of double the one way
regular rate for the round trip.
DATES OF1 SALE—Daily from April 15th until
•December 15, 1904.
Sixty Day Tickets.
RATE—One "and one-third fare for the round trip.
DATES OF SALE—Daily frofn April 25th to
■" November 20th, 1904.
FIX A L LIMIT Sixty days from date of sale.
Ten Day Tickets.
tl ATE—One fare plus 82.00 for the round trip-
not to exceed one and one-Iifth fare.
DATES OF SALE—April 27th to November 30tli
LIMIT—Ten days from date of sale.
World’s Fair Booklet and other Informa-
■ • . , C. W. STRAIN,
Div. Pass. Agt„ Wichita", Kansas.
oratiu party to such a course of action.
Resolved: That we condemn the
present school land leasing board for
methods employed in settling tlie ren- ;
tala on.tlie school lands of tlie territory
ami tu otherwiM- dealing with the
Resolved: That the evasive tactics
employed by the Republican Territorial
I convention, in dealing with this ini-
I portant question,deserves the contempt
and an. equitable settlement of. the
school land question. •
It. V. Hoffman ipovcd tljat a com-
mittee of five be appointed to select 2(i
delegates to the Oklahoma City Con-
vention Carried. * The motion was
roll of townships b** called and the
chairman of each township nominate
the delegate as called, and the follow-
ing delegates were named: Pawnee,
F. W. Dalke: Osaga. J. H King: Cim-
• meron, F. M. McLain:. Wellston, B.
J F. Coats: Union, (.'has Egbert: Mc-
Kinley, H. C. Xotson; ( handlerTwp.,
I^ee Aiken: North Fox, \Ym. Robin-j
son: South Fox,*H. P. Martin: North |
I Keokuk, Jont Smith: South Keokuk, j.
M. E. Ferguson: South Choctaw, J.
: M. Littleton: N<>rth 8en» nole, J. Mc-
Nerney: South Seminole, W. L. Wood; j
North Choctaw, J. P. Farrell: Bryan, i
W. J. Hardin*g: Kickapoo, W. L. Rus-
scjl: South Wickita, D. Kerr: Stroud, !
, W. A. Car lock; Chandler City. If. V.
Hoffman: Iowa, J. B. Rogers.
it^waa moved that the chairman of*
'the Chandler delegation select the;
rest of the delegates.. Carried, and
the following delegates from Chand-
ler were named: G. A. Smith; Scott
|Congdon: E H. Miles; J. B. A. Ro-
bertson: R. V. Hodman. Roy Hotf-
i man moved that the delegates be fin-
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