Chandler Daily Publicist. (Chandler, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 264, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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Chandler daily Publicist
CHANiJLth. OKLAHOMA TERRITORY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY. 3 1905.
a colored gemman iro u H*»hok
These parts are in the hands of
IKKIlim UNTIL NO*
o O O usually clever comedians and 'he '»
BILL PASSLb will be fast and furious Several'-*.'
class specialties will be
mt • due
making it one of the greatest entertain
Senate Bill Goes to Governor— meQl8 ever io lhi8 cilv ai the
Passed House By Vote of | opera bouse 'etiuesday, February H.
Prices: 25, 35, 50c
Stewait Bill Would Incorporate
Indian Territory and
20 to a.
Guthrie, Feb. 2.—Council Bill No.
4, substitute for house bills No. 8 and
58, beiuj; the quarantine bill, was
taken up iu the committee of the whole
in the housa this afternoon.
This bill is amendator.v of sections
H and 9, of article 1, of chapter 3, j
Wilson’s annot ted statutes, relating)
to contagious diseases and quaran-
At 4 o’clock the I
its final passage a
of 20 ayes, 3 nos,
THE YOUTH’S COMP ANION
i was placed on
passed by a vote
i absent and not
“Many extensively advertised rem-
edies are failures when put to test.
Hunt’s Lightning Oil is an exception’
Confidence in it is never misplaced-
disappointment never follows its use.
It is surely the grandest emergency
remedy now obtainabla. For cuts,
burns, sprains, aches and pains, I
know no equal
Geo E. Hadilocl,
The Youth’s Companion for Febru-
ary 2, is a full and varied numb r.
l’he chief feature is an able and most
interesting article on “The Future of
American -'otum,”by it. H Edmonds
of uaiumore, tne autnoruy on soutn-
ern industrial conditions. There are
four good stories. One concerns a
girl who would not tolerate incapacity
in others until one day her own in-
capacity caused her to see a great
light. Another tells of an old fash-
ioned farmer who railed at the tele-
phone in his son in-law’s house until
it chanced to lie the means of saving
his life. Then he changed his time
There is the account of Zebedee Pel-
ton’s extraordinary appetite, and an-
other of an encounter with a man-eat-
ing cayman in a Philippine river. All
iu addition to a bookful of humor,
miscellany, anecdotes and the like
Have you backache;' Get a box o;
Kidney-Ettes — the most wonderful
remedy for all kidney troubles, and
they will make you right. 25c.— Cor-
bin & Lynch
Washington, Feb 2 —Senator Stew-
art of Nevada will offer an i.mend-
meut to the Indian appropriation bill
providirg ihat-he original boundary
lines of Indian territory be restored
and the laws of Oklahoma ext.endeu
over the area thus incorporated,which
area shall constitute the territory of
Oklahoma until March 4,1900.
The amendment provides further
that “counties shall be erected and
THE MIDNIGHT FLYER.
Kareiy has a dramatic event excited
the wide and deep interest that has
been shown in Ed Anderson’s big
scenic production, “The Midnight
Flyer.” Seldom, if ever, has a stage
offering received such superlative
praise from ti e newspaper press and
NEW OKLAHOMA BRICK- STATE OIL
Last fall Prof Van Vleet, territorial
geologist sent aqua itlty of sand pecu-
liar to Oklahoma to a brick manufac-
turing concern iu New Jersey to at»cer- j
lain the titne»s oi the material for
A reply to the query was received in
such attention from ecclesiastic pub- I “f several finely compressed
licalions No- only have all classes brick pronounced by the company to
of regular theatre goers been attract-| 11 ne and enduring as any manu-
ed by “The Midnight Fiver", but all featured. The sand used with six per
other circles have patronized and en- |oent '"»« u‘e »“'»» b,ick 118 w“s
dorse,i It, • I’he Grand Illuminated l ”»el1 the construction of the govern-
scene”, ’’The M.i.nmo h ship Scene”, luen1’ building at Washington and
“The Storm at Sea’ , “The Realistic their smooth glossy surface gives
Ship Wreck”, “The Adirondack llle'u lb« “i’P “ranee of marble. A
Mountains in winter” and "TheThrill- company will be chartered to develop
f the ' luuustry as the duues along the
Proposed by Kansas Legislature
— To be Worked by Convicts
at Peru, Site of New
iug Hail road Scene” nome
scenic effects tlm* at re i»» Do hi in this I
big production The phiv v.ts staged!
THE MIDNIGHT FLYER.
Prom the rise of the curtain on the
first act until it descends on the last
act there is not one dull moment in
that big production, “The Midnight
Flyer.” The railroad scene will hold
you spellbound. The illuminated
scene will be admired by all. The
wonderful ship wreck will thrill you,
and the many other scenic effects, in-
cluding the mammoth ship scene, the
realistic storm at sea and the Adiron-
dack imniui air * in •* inter wi 1' keen
yon interested from start to linish.
And the comedy, well there is plenty
of it. There is a dude, an old maid,
a funny old nan, an Italian and a
Startling- But True
People the world over were horrified
on learning of the burning of a Chi-
cago theater in which nearly 600 peo
i pie lost their lives, yet more than five
tiirea this number or over 3,000 peo-
J pie died from pneumonia in Chicago
during the same year, with scarcely a
passing notice Everyone of these
cases of pneumonia resulted from a
cold and could have been prevented
by the tytnelv use of Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy.. A great many who
had every reason to fear pneumonia
have warded it off by the prompt use
of this remedy. The follow ng is an
formed on the lines of the recording by Mr. Andei s ,11 nnn H- supp"'ting
districts as now defined in the Indian j company is of ihnt high excell nee
territory and the county seats. County always - en in pr. .me ions given liy
officers fur each county thus formed ' this tte'l known anr-popular manager,
except recorders, shall be appointed j Every pi os of s, ■ uery that is carried
bv t ie governor of Oklahoma terri-| for tnis p -\ will positively b1 use.l
tory, provided that all such county The engag • u -ut is f-.r one night only,
officers shall lie bona fide residents of and will be atoperu house ou U eun --
the counties in which they aieto serve day, Feb. 8. Prices 2u, 35, and .>0
and shall have been for the last six cents. Seats on sale a Corbiu and
1 auudiau are capable of supplying a
plant InUtUuitely and lime is to be
found near m the Arbuckle mountains
and coa! is as near as South McAlcs-
Test Its Value-
months previous to their appointment, Lynch
These officers are to hold their ollie ■
until March 4, 1900, and until their
successors are elected and qualified.
instance of tills sort: “Too much can
not be said in favor of Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy, an! especially for
I colds and influenza. I know that it
! cured my daughter Laura of a severe
jcold and I believe saved her life when
she was threatened with pneumonia ’’
I—\v D. Wilcox, Logan, N. 5'. S dd
A. D. Wright.
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Topeka, Kan , Feb. 2.—A bill wil
be recommended for passage in both
houses of Kansas legislature to-
morrow providing for an appropria-
tion of e4()0,000 to build a new pen i tea -
tiarj <t I ’fi ll, Kan. This Is to pro-
vide men to work the state oil re tin erf
which will be established there under
provisions of the bill. According to
the Kansas constitution the state can-
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and as the present penitentiary is so
far from the oil fields it is necessary
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There is si big fight be in*? waged
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the Kansas oil interests. In addition
to a state refinery it provides that
pipe lines shall be common carriers
and fixes a maximum freight rate to be
charged for transporting oil.
Lunch 5c. Bottled beer 10c at the
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Rest and Sleep
Few escape those miseries of winter,
a bad a diatressingcough. Many
remenics are recommended, but the
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