Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 169, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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0HANDLER DAILY PUBLICIST
CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY TAURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1904.
The Big Semi-Ajinual Millinery
Opening at Behr’s Depart-
The eighth semi-annual opening at
Behr’s big dep rtrnent store was big-
ger and better yesterday than any
previous opening in the history of
Chandler, lhe big store was beauti-
fully decorated and brilliantly lighted.
Hats of every shade and color were
shown in profusion. Probably the
most admired hat was the chamois
combined with fur and roses toning
in from the chamois to the brown.
This creation of Parisian art was
put chased by one of the popular
young ladies of the city.
Another hat which was greatly ad-
mired was a French poke, copper-
colored, toning off into pure white.
All the imported hats were models of
great beauty and attracted much at-
tention. Hundreds of people thronged
this popular store yesterday after-
noon and evening.
The clothing tables were moved to
one side of the store, the lloor waxed
and a great many people took ad-1
vantage of the sweet music and
danced until a late hour. This fea-
ture is something entirely new in this
Mrs. Filtsch presided at the piano
with much grace and rendered sev-
eral beautiful selections.
The Cecilian Mandolin club helped
to enliven the occasion by playing a
number of choice selections which
were well received The members of
the club are: Mrs. O. C Johnson
and Miss Georgia Eckard,1st mando-
lin: Misses Estelle Wilson and Hattie
Monfor e, 2d mandolin: Mesdames
Albert Poteet and A. M. Marshall,
Miss Anna Kailev, the milliner, was
assisted by the Misses Mabel McKay
and Lucy McElHinney.
T desire to sell at once the following
articles, in preference to shipping
them to North Dakota:
One Hambletonian mare colt, $35;
one Hambletonian mare, buggy and
harness, $120; eight pure-blooded ButT
Cochin chickens $5; Black Langshans,
50c each: one cooking stove, $0: one
washing machine, $3 50;one safe,*3.50;
one extension table, new, $4; one
kitch.n table, $1: one combination
desk, $d; also chairs and many other
articles. Come quick if you want
them.—W. I. Torbert, at M. E par-
The jury in the Stith case after be-
ing out twenty-four hours and failing
to reach a verdict were discharged
late yesterday evening and the defend
ant bound over until the next term of
Flem Matts had two indictments
! read to him charging him with play-
J ing poker.
J. G. Cadwalader was arraigned
and three indictments read to him.two
charging him with selling beer to
minors and one charging him with
renting a room to one Guy Lane to be
used as a gambling room.
J. P. Lovely was arraigned in court
today. The county read an indict-
ment charging him with selling liquor
to a minor.
A case appealing on the docket as
No. 1833, wherein Gertie Wateriield
is plaintiff and Chas. Watertield de-
fendant, both colored, occupied about
10 minutes of the court’s time today,
in that time the plaintiff her sister
and brother-in-law, convinced the
court that the plaintiff should be
legally separated from the defendant.
Gertie said that she was married to
Charles five years ago this month
and that they only lived together ten
minutes. She said that she had re-
peatedly begged her husband to live
with her, but tnat he paid no attention
to her pleadings Both parties live
Alex Bridge was indicted for gam-
W. L. Hood was indicted for gam-
bling, also conducting a poker game.
GRAND LODGE OFFICERS
C. Brunt of Chandler
Elected as Grand Vice
The 14th annual grand lodge meet-
ing of the Kniguts of Pythias of the
grand domain of Oklahoma is now a
matter of Pythian history, the meeting
having terminated last night with a
grand banquet. Elaborate prepara-
tions had been made and a general
good time was had.
The new officers were installed yes-
terday afternoon, after which the un-
finished legislation was taken up and
completed. Many important meas-
ures were passed which affect the order
to no small extent, hut everything will
be for the good of the Knights of
Following are the
for the ensuing year:
Jol n M. Young of Lawton, grand
H. C. Brunt, Chandler, grand vice
D. Rupert, OUeene, grand prelate.
H. H. Smock, Newkirk, re-elected
grand keeper of records and seal.
J. H. Stout, Perry, grand master of
J. C. Templeton, Guthrie, grand
master of arms.
J. D Appleby, Hobart, grand inner
A. G. Beaman, Carmen,grand outer
Prof. Bayes went to Guthrie yester-
day, returning today.
Miss Kittie Wells is with us again j
after several days absence.
Cora Chandler is out of school on
account of sickness.
Remember that the Crescent and
Star societies render a program every
Friday evening after recess. A cor-
dial invitation is extended to all. The
Stars will entertain von Friday.
Mrs. Howard Johnson conducted
o) ening exercises this morning with
an interesting talk about her trip to
Colorado. It was very helpful to us
and we would like to hear more of the
citizens who have had a pleasure trip
talk to us.
Frank McLain, Earl Furrey and
Tom Ross are back from Oklahoma
have been attending
—M. (’. C.
officers elected ! Cit-V' whe,<‘ the>'
I the encampment.
Davis, Weatherford, grand
Chas. Sparks was indicted for rent
ing a room to Alex Bridge which he guard.
U9ed for gambling. j Ira E
The court instructed Sheriff Tilgh-1 trustee
man to seize all gambling devices and j The next grand lodge will be held in
hold them until further order from the; October, 1905, at Blackwell.
court. | __
The grand jury compleed their
work about midnight last night and
were discharged- They found 56 true October 25 and
indictments. In their report, which I the Catholic fair.
2t> are the dates of
, „„„ ____...._____ The most popular
has not been made public, they state j candidate for county office will have a
that they have examined all the county j fine gold watch voted to him. Political
offices and that they find that the j speakers are invited to attend and
county commissioners have recklessly i make talks to the crowd, at the Carton
expended funds. They ask that if the : block. lflfidwtf
commissioners art not more careful \ ________
in the future that a mandamus be
issued restraining them from spend- MAJOR RIPLEY WILL DECIDE
iag any money.
The court has been asked to appoint
a guardian for the Stith girl
A Love Letter
Would not interest you if you're
looking for a guaranteed salve for
sores, burns or piles. Otto Dodd, of
Ponder, Mo., writes: “I sutTered with
an ugly sore for a year, but a box of
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured me. It’s
the best salve on earth. 25e at A D.
I Wright’s drug store.
The matter of the contests of the
different companies of the national
guard is left to Major Ripley, U. S.
A , to decide, and his decision is to
be communicated to Col. Hoffman who
will announce the results There are
three prizes of $150, $100 and $05 to
be awarded, aDd the conduct of the*
companies during the entire encamp- j
ment is to be judged bv Major Ripley |
and his award will be made from his i
appreciation of the work of the com- j
panies in the camp and field.
The Daily Publicist
10 Cents Per Week
The Combined circulation of The Daily and Weekly
Publicist exceeds the large number of 5,000 per week
and every reader is a consumer and patron of the
DEEP four valley.
Born, to Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Clark,
a girl. All doing well.... Mrs. Theo.
Watson and mother, Mrs. Barrington,
made a business trip to Sparks Satyr-
day .....J. D. Atkins has sold his
cotton crop to Arthur Campbell
A few people in this vicinity have
chills ... Mr. and Mrs. Nemeyer of
near Chandler visited friends in this
in the district court cases have been
set down as follows, to date:
Jones vs McDaniels
Matthews vs Rink.
Epps vs Moon, et al.
J Webb vs Fallis.
Dennison vs Smullion.
City of Chandler vs Henry C Glover
James Merriman vs John Mitchell.
Mills vs Grimes.
Richreek vs A T & S F R R Co.
Parker vs Ladley, et al
Giason is St LA- S F R I!
Landrum vs Johnson
Bessee vs Arnold, et al
Brownlee vs Frisco R R.
Spink vs Bennett.
Gordon vs Morris
Lyn;h vs Kirtley.
Talley vs Fairbanks.
Marshall Medicine Co vs Dickens.
E J Roe Hat Co vs Salo.
Bank of Kendrick vs Bishop.
Dickinson vs Frisch R R Co.
The following is a list of the petit
jurors empanneled this morning for
the present term of court:
Milton Thompson, Pawnee towship.
S Dean, Osage
G W House, Osage.
Jesse Carpanter, Iowa.
G H Crume, Iowa.
W R Bailey, Wellston.
Robt Gibbs, Wellston.
I C Davidson, Otoe.
.1 K Demining, “
John Miller •*
Robt French “
.1 S Lillebridge,
Lee Robertson, 11
Chas Miles, “
Jno P McGee, Union.
J M. Gil I am. Chandler.
Marion Bouse, Chandler.
J W Lewis, Chandler.
Jos Soderstrom, Chandler.
A H Burris, Tohee,
W A Smith, Tohee.
C Mendenhall, N Fox.
W H Wellman, Stroud.
J E Keokuk, S Keokuk.
R Spark. S Keokuk.
RH Mouser, S Creek.
H S (Josner, S Seminole.
Geo B Mitchell,-
John Arnold, N Choctaw
S. Bunger, N Choctaw.
John Miller,(sick, unable to attend)
B McLathery, Kickapoo.
H Conger, Kickapoo.
C F Ueust, Kickapoo.
Geo Berley, Bryan.
W M Kirscb. Bryan
with a good character,
is the genuine Round
Oak. It lias been on
the market these many
many years, and is still
the leader in sales and
popularity. It the best.
It is solid comfort from
the legs up, for it holds
the fire,burus any kind
of fuel and gives you
all the warmth you
want or just as little.
Don’t experiment; it
won’t pay you. There
is but one Round Oak.
It is sold in town at
our store only.
Rates $2*00 per day
All Modern Conveniences
Large Sample Rooms
Best Hotel In Okla.
Cl>e $t. Cloud hotel
A. E. JOHNSON, Proprietor
Special dinner prepared on Sunday for citizens f
Summer tourist rates to Chicago, j
III.—Tickets on sale daily to Nov. 50,
1004, at one fare plus $4.50; final re-
turn limit 00 days from date of sale,
but not to exceed Dec. 15, 1004.
American live stock show. Kansas
City, Mo., (Jet. 17 22, 1904.— Open j
rate of fare plus $2 for the round trip. ,
Tickets on sale Oct. 15 te 19, inclusive.
Final return limit Oct. 24, or by de-
positing ticket and payment of 50c re-
turn limit may be extended to Nov. 8, 1
On October lltli and 25th and No-
vember 8th and 22d tickets will be on
sale to the following points at one
fare plus $2: All points in Iowa, all'
points in Minnesota, po nts in north-
ern Missouri, Michigan to all points
in the upper peninsula, all points in
Nebraska, North and South Dakota.
Final return limit 50 days from date
of sale. ;
Anti-Horse Thief association. I late i
of fare and one-third for round trip
to (iuthrie: dates of sale Oct. 18, 19,20.
Final limit Oct. 21, 1904.
General Con ventionl 'rotestant Kpis-
I copal Church, Boston, Mass., October
| 5 to 28, 1904. Kate, one lirst class fare
plus $2, on certificate plan. Dates of
sale, Oct. 1 to 14. in ilusive. Final re-
turn limit Oct. 51., 1904.
Summer Tourist Kates — Tickets on
sale to certain points in Alabama,
Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi.North
Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, I
West Virginia and Virginia. Dates
of sale on Wednesdays and Saturdays
only, with final return limit sixty j
days from date of sale, but not 1 ter
than October 31, 1904.
Return limit seven days from date of
Sale. Kate $10.40.
C. W. Strain. A. Hilton
Oentrai Push Agent
st. LoiHh Mo .
Is 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 of this shop is care
hii11 cleanllnesfi. nml ail w*»
want Is an opportunity toeon-
vinee you that this motto Is
strictly a.1 herd to. Kvery-
thlng first class, prompt ami
C. H. NICHOLS, JR.,
Succeeding .1. Funk
Has Stood the Test 25 Years.
The old, original Grove’s Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know whut you are
taking. It is iron and quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure, no pay.
50c. 10-1 !2in
Every day hundreds of people
leave our place with a smile of
! because they have learned I have
' the largest and best assortment
j of Fine Whiskies in Lincoln eoun-
j ty. When you need something
j good for family or medical use,
| call and be convinced before you
• purchase elsewhere.
Special Prices ■
DeWItvs B Salve
For Pile*, Burns, Sore*.
One way colonists’ rates lo north-
west. Cheap one way. tickets on sale
from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15,1904, to points
in Montana, Washington, Oregon and
British Columbia. For rates and a
ditional information, call on or au
dress A. J. Macomber. local agent.
Summer tourist rates to Coloraod
and Utah. Season tickets on sale
daily to following points in Colorado
and Utah: Denver, Colo., $25.90;
Colorado Springs, Colo., $21.45;
Pueblo, Colo., $21.45; Glenwood j
Springs, Colo., $33.45;Ogden and Salt,
Lake, Utah, $56.90; final return limit!
October 51, 1904.
Coach excursion to St. Louis,Mo.— : 1,iatl<‘ h) the jug trade. 1 am
Coach excursion tickets to Kt. Louis \ headquarters for good goods,
and return on sale each Sunday, Mon-1
day. Tuesday,, Wednesday and i
Thursday, 8ept 18, to Nov. 50, 1904, PI I I F:R, Prop
Kentucky Liqiror house
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