Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 185, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 3, 1903 Page: 1 of 6
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FOUR O’CLOCK EDITION
(^HANDLER DAILY PUBLICIST.
The Circulation of THE PUBLICIST—Daily and Weekly—is Greater than the Combined Subscription List of all Newspapers Published in Lincoln County.
CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1903.
Ira Collins Tires of Life and Cuts
His Throat in Rooming House
at Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City, Nov. 2.—In a room-
ing house conducted upstairs by Mrs.
Mary Cartwright, corner of Reno and
Robinson streets, Ira Collins, a con-
sumptive, committed suicide by cutting
his throat five times wi'h a razor. In
the room were two bottles of chloro-
form and one of morphine, all of
which had nearly been drained. The
body was removed to the morgue of
the Standard Furniture Company on
Broadway where it will be held pend
ing word from relatives The decased
was about 35 years old.
Among the effects ot the deceased
was found a note indicating that he
had started to write to a relative. The
paper bore this inscription: “Mr. M.
M. Collins, Mosco, Idaho, Dear Bro.”
A receipt from the Masonic lodge
showed his name to be Ira Collins.
popular harness maker, lett Sparks
this week for his home in Oklahoma
City...... A Congregational church
has been organized here with a mem-
bership of 19. They contemplate
building a new house of worship very
soon .....Dr. Alexander spent sev-
eral days at Weleetka and Shawnee
this week ... Mrs. Will Eagle is sick
......The new school house is nearing
completion and is indeed a credit to
our city____Mesdames Fmmerson and
Foresman were shopping in Chandler
last Monday..... Dr. E. H. Suhl was
initiated into the I O. O. F. lodge
Tuesday......The rural telephone west
of town is nearing completion......O.
H. Hill has extended his hall several
feet and now a commodious place for
the various lodges to hold their meet-
ings......G. K. Bowman of Stroud,
representing the Stephens nursery at
Yale, was here Tuesday.
DeWitt Miller’s Lecture.
Much Interest Shown in
Different State Contests
be Decided by Ballot.
New York, Nov. 3.—Today’s elec-
tion finds all political parties in good
spirits and each confident of victory.
Tammany seems well organized und
will make a strong fight for McClellan,
democrat. Estimates of McClellan’s
compaign manager places the plurality
at 85,300. Republicans are also mak-
ing extravagant claims.
Interesting Local Mention
Clipped Prom Columns of
the Sparks Visitor.
Mrs. Wm. Buck returned from Ok-
lahoma City this week, where she at-
tended the M. E conference......Dr.
F. C. Frown has had his residence
underpinned with native stone____ H.
S. Mulligan and wife of Stroud visit-
ed friends here Sunday. Mr Mulli-
gan is manager for the Long-Bell
Lumber Co. at that place......Thos.
Tipton of the Chaney-Tipton Tele-
phone system, accompanied by his
wife, came out from Chandler Monday
to inspect our new telephone exchange
......Rev. H. L. Saunders received a
bad cut over the eye Wednesday while
trying to wind up a roller shade with
a clothes pin........G. W. Sims, our
Boys, do You Want to Win a
The Fort Worth Telegram wants
boys in this town to make money sell
ing the Sundaj Telegram which Will
come to Chandler early every Sunday
morning. In addition to the money
to be earned selling papers, The Tele-
gram will give awav tine watches to
every boy who will sell a certain num-
ber of papers. The new Sunday Tele-
gram will contain a fine eight-page
comic and magazine supplement print-
ed in colors, and many other pages of
interesting stories and features. In
fact, The Sunday Telegram will be
equal to any of the Chicago, St. Louis
or New York Sunday papers. Boys,
write at once for particulars. Address
all letters tb the Circulation Depart-
ment of The Telegram.
Lincoln Co. Teachers’ Association.
Young and Tender.
When you come -o us for meat you
are sure the quality will be t ight.
You never run the risk of getting
old and tough steaks or roasts here.
Our experience teaches us how to
best select the meat and how to best
serve it for you.
Juicy, tender steaks are our pride.
Porter House, the nicest you ever
bought 12 1-2 a pound.
Opp. 1st Nat’l Bank, - CHANDLER
The first regular meeting of the
Teachers’ association for the year will
be held in the Chandler high* school
room Nov. 7, beginning at 1:30 p. m.
1— Music* by Miss Sara Flynn.
2— Roil call, each teacher to respond
with a quotation from living
3— “Purpose of School Discipline,”
by O. F. Hayes. Discussion,
Ed McKim, Miss Edith Holland,
Mrs. L. B. Barr.
4— “What Should be the Teacher’s
^Qualifications?” by W. C. Er-
win. Discussion, Miss Pearl
Cox, Mrs. A. Updegraff, A. H.
5— Music, Miss Sara Flynn. „
6— Address by Prof. D R. Boyd,
president Territorial University
7— “Value of Teachers’ Associa-
tions,” by C. M. Allen. Discus-
cussion, J. H. Bayes, S. F.
Allenbaugh, E. B. Shotwell.
8— “Is Composition neglecsed in the
Common Schools'/ If so, Why ?”
by A. Linscheid. Discussion,
Miss Flosse Eggleston, Mrs. W.
A Robertson, Miss Laura John-
9— “What Should be the Teacher’s
Attitude Toward Stimulants and
Narcotics?”by Miss Mary White.
.Discussion, Egie Paddock, Mrs.
Hattie Springer, Miss Mary
10— Election of secretary.
11— Miscellaneous business
Columbus, O., Nov. 8.—The esti-
mates of the two parties continue to
represent the two extremes. The dem-
ocrats give no figures on the state
ticket, and claim a small ma]ority in
the legislature. The republicans make
boasts of a larger majority than ever
Boston, Nov. 3—Massachusetts has
been more thoroughly canvassed than
for years and the democrats feel
they have a fighting chance to win.
Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. 3.—Majori-
ties from 1,000 to 1,500 are claimed for
both the republican i nd democratic
tickets in today’s municipality elec-
tion. Much bitterness which has
marked the campaign is expected to
cause a very heavy vote.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 3.—The demo-
crats claim the state for Governor
Beckham by a majority of 20,000, and
to this they add 5,000 which they ex-
pect the city of Louisville and Jeffer-
son county to give their ticket.
Interesting Bits of News
Gleaned From the Golunlns
of the Prague Patriot.
DeWitt Miller, the handsome
I vuiui of the lecture course, was the
^; attraction at the Christian church last
u night. The speaker was introduced
o by Prof. Teniming and for au hour
J and a-half talked and talked t
more and at times for rapid delivery
. he could hardly he surpassed by a
I woman. •
By permission of the management
Mr. Miller changed his subject from
“The Uses of Ugliness” to that of
“TheSelf-Sufficiency of the Republic,
giving as his reasons for so doing
that Col. Ham had previously given
us a - liumerous lecture and another
one was on the program during the
course, and besides he was “no humor-
Despite the unfavorable weather a
large audience of the thoughtful men
and women of the city greeted the
lecturer, altho many who had pur-
chased tickets failed to attend on
account of the rain and mud, and
he held the undivided attention of
everyone present from first to last.
Mr. Miller’s general appearance is
that of a man of mature judgment and
philosophical bent of mind and is
evidently a keen student of ancient
and modern civilizations and the trend
of present day governments whose
convictions are very positive in refer-
ence to our own republic. He seemed
to be in intimate and sympathetic
touch with the heart-throbs of na-
Mr. Miller’s wide knowledge of his-
tory and of the differences in govern-
ments thaUshape men’s lives make his
opinions of special value and interest
He said nothing that might cause a
spirit of antagonism to arise in the
mind of one who thought differently
from him, but a gentleness and yet
witha! a subtle strength pervaded the
lecture throughout that gave the im-
pression that the speaker felt and
understood the things he talked
A larger number of tickets were sold
for this lecture than the one by Col.
Ham, and the promoters deserve
much credit for their able manage-
ment. The next or third number on
the program will be the Wesleyan
Quartette, date to be given later.
Simon Greenberg j
Caters solely to Good Dress-
ers, who are particular that
their clothes lit perfectly, are
finely tailored, and that their
clothes become them.
No Fib. No Pay.
*T ailor Made Suits $10 Up Fail and Winter Goods Now on Display
To Cure a Cold in One Day
• Take Laxative Bromo Quiche ab-
lets. All druggists refunu tne money
if it fails o cure. E. W Gloves’
signature is on eacn box. 25 3,
North Pacific Coast
VERY LOW RATES
In effect daily until
November 3o, 19o3
MANY ROUTES from which
to make choice
Full information on request.
G. H. LEE, G.P.&T.A. Little Rock,Ark.
J. s. mcnally, d. p. a ,
Oklahoma City, O. T.
The Imperial Dancing club is a new
organization of young folks that will
hold its first dance Saturday night...
Passenger trains will he put on
through this city on the F. S. & W.
next week ----This city is to be the
center of operations for a prospecting
company from Beaumont, Tex., which
has«leased 15,000 acres of land in this
vicinity with a view to conducting an
investigation of oil and gas conditions
underlying this region. The Com-
mercial club will take up the proposi-
tion in the near future and ascertain
what can be accomplished in the way
of hastening the investigations......
Mrs. Mansur will entertain the Pio-
neer club next week..,.J. W. Dodson
of Shawnee has’ added a broom fac-
tory to this city’s list of enterprises..
Married, at Lambdin Wednesday
noon, Waiter Johnson and Bertha
Paxton......H. Josey went to Stroud
Sunday to see and remain a short
time w;fh J. B. Charles who is and
has been very ill for some three or
four weeks----J. S. Burnsides has
purchased the northeast quarter of
Ben Alexander’s farm and will move | *
his family here from Gai field county
......Miss Maud Wilson, teacher in
the city schools which open next Mon-
day, arrived Monday from Ottawa,
Kaos ...John Vobornik died last
Thursday at his farm residence seven
miles northwest of this city, after an
‘llness of seven months with dropsy.
----John Martin of Arlington has
purchased the Harshaweighty, paying
*1,600 therefor......John Hoffman’s
little 2-year-old boy fell over some
bed springs Monda/ evening and
broke his arm......The masons com*
menced work on the Joseph Krotz
stone building on south Broadway
this week......Lee Watts has sold his
farm to J. T. Weathers of Augusta,
111., for *5,000.
Saves Two From Death.
“Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis,” writes Mi-b. W. K Ilavi-
land. of Armonk, N. Y., “but, when
all other remedies failed, we saved
her life with Dr. King's New Discov-
ery. Our niece, who had consumption
in an advanced stage, also used this
wonderful medicine and today she is
perfectly well.” Desperate throat
and lung diseases yield to Dr. King’s
New Discovery as to no other medi-
cine on earth. Infalilde for Coughs
and Colds. 50c. and 11.00 bottles
guaranteed by A. D. Wright. Trial
A Love Letter
Would not interest you if you’re
aking fora guaranteed Salve for
Sores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of
Ponder, Mo., writes: I suffered with
an ugly sore for a year, but a box of
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured me.
It’s the best Salve on earth, 25c at A
D. Wright’s Drugstore.
are three good standards for a grocer.
We have them all, and you feel
that goods we furnish are right.
OUR PRICES WERE NEVER SO ‘.LOW
as now, and it will pay you to give us
a trial. Telephone orders to No. 74
J. W. FEUftUAY & CO.
‘All The New News”
/f- Good Evening!
Just for a moment, please! Perhaps
you had not stopped to think about it,
but The Publicist prints more news
than any other paper in the county. Its
new, too, when you get it. Absolutely
ALL the local happenings brielly pre
sented for your perusal the day
occur. No other local paper does
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A Core for Dyspepsia.
C. W. Landis, “Porter” for the
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