The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 277, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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f SIDNEY SUGGS.
I Proprietor. J
ARDMORE IND. TERM THURSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 14 1899.
I One Year . J
L. P. ANDERSON . C. C. HEMMING C. L ANDERSON C. L. HEMMING
President. Ylce President Casbler. Asst. Csbr.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Ardmore Indian Territory.
Capital Paid Up $60000.00
Surplus Fund 70000.00
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY.
Drafts sold on all parts of the world. Accounts of firms and individuals
solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with good banking.
BRUCE L TORBETT
Fire Insurance Agents.
None But First Class Companies Represented.
First National Bank Building Ardmore I. T.
INSURANCE ALL KINDS.
D. REDFIELD & SON
With twenty years' experience in Underwriting. Losses paid of 270000
without litigation representing a line of Companies that have stood the
test of time. Solicit the patronage of the insuring public. Careful atten-
tion given to Notary work sale of property ard collection of rents. Oflice in
Pennington & Stong Block over Barber Shop.
THE GUARANTEE LOAN & BANKING CO.
Of Dallas Texas will be in a position to make loans in the Indian Ter-
ritory under the Curtis Bill with acceptable bond for title after Octo-
ber 1. All parties desiring to make application for loans in Oct.
should put in their applications not later than September 10. Our
loans are made on small monthly payments at 10 per cent with the
privilege of paying off all or a part of loan at any time and stop inter-
est on amount so paid. If you are interested in building and loan see
REDFIELD Local Agent for Ardmore for particulars.
We Are Open For Business
At the "Iron Store."
Have a Large Stcch of Goods
And would be pleased to see our old
Patrons as well as new ones.
A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES.
We are also headquarters for
BAGGING AND TIES.
TYLER & SIMPSON
Gainesville Texas and Ardmore I. T.
BROADWAY CARRIAGE SHOP
D. EE". ALL-EUM
The Only Reliable
Cream Bakery and Confectionery
.Keeps Constantly on Hand.
afresh Bread I Hand Made Cakes a Specialty
Candies Fruits and Nuts. This is the place to get
the best ice eream in th3 city for the money. . . .
"WSS .. r FRASHER & FINNEY.
All work entrusted to my care will
receive prompt and careful attention
All work done promptly and guar-
anteed to give Isatisfaction. Yours
.of Frasher & Finney
HELD BY BRITISH.
American Transport Tartar Detained at
Hong Kng--Aiaerlcana ladlgnaat.
Washington Sept. 13. The war
department has been officially noti-
fied today of the detention at Hong
Kong by British authority of the
transport Tartar with the Twentieth
Kansas volunteers which they claim
to be overcrowded. Otis cables facts
to show the transport not overcrowd-
ed. He also explains her presence
at Hong Kong by saying she went
there to be docked as there is no
dock at Nagasaki large enough. This
shows she is a large ship. The cap-
tain cables the British authorities
will not allow him to carry more than
824 men. This will necessitate leav-
ing 379 men ashore. Army officers
are indignant against the British
authorities at Hong Kong.
Washington Sept. 13. About noon
Secretary Root went to the Whife
House to lay Otis' dispatch and other
dispatches concerning Tartar before
the president with a view to action.
The matter will undoubtedly go to the
jstate department this afternoon for
representation to the British gov-
ernment. No one knows the unbearable
torture the peculiar and agonizing
pain caused by piles unless they
have suffered from them. Many be-
lieve them incurable. This is a mis-
take. Proper treatment will cure
them. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oiut-
ment is an infallible cure. Price 50
cts. in bottles tubes 75 cts. City
Drug Store W. B. Frame.
THE LEADERS SPLIT.
Trouble In Democracy's Ranks In Ken-
tuckywill Roost Blackburn.
Louisyille Sept. 13 Senator Black-
burn has withdrawn from active par-
ticipation in the Goebel campaign
and the breach between Goabel and
Blackburn is now pronounced.
Blackburn spoke today but confined
himself strictly to national issues.
A bombshell was exploded among
the Goebelites tonight vben it was
announced that Governor Stone
Altgeld and Col. Bryan bad reached
an amicable understanding and had
agreed not to speak for Goebel in
Kentucky. All will champion Black-
burn's election to the senate. Alt-
geld agrees not to come to Kentucky
to support Brown if this pledge is
kept. Bryan is said to be open
in his belief that Goebel is in
the McLean conspiracy to defeat
him and Blackburn has proof that
Goebel has made a compact with
Carlisle te defeat him.
A free and easy expectoration is
producted by a few doses of Bal-
lard's Horebound Syrup in all cases
of hoarseness sore throat or diffi-
culty of breathing. Price 25 and 50
cts. City Drug Store W. B. Frame.
Loving Attains Success.
New York Sept. 13 "The live
stock combination is practically as-
sured." So said George B. Loving
of Fort Worth Tex. after a confer-
ence at the Waldorf-Astoria last
night with prominent New York
"At last I tee that success is to at-
tend my efforts" said Mr. Lovidg.
just before his departure for Chicago.
"I shall return to New York after
the Dewey Day bustle has subsided
and complete the organization of the
combination. It will have a capital
of not lees than $30000300 and will
take in about all the ranches and live
stoek in Texas New Mexico and Ar-
izona. I have heard nothing from
the Retail Butchers' Association of
late but if they want to do business
with us their propositions will be
Where the digestion is good and
the general powers of the system in
a healthy state worms can find no
habitation in the human body.
White's Cream Vermifuge not only
destroys .every worm but corrects
all derangements of the digestive or-
gans. Price 2j cents. City Drug
Store W. 3. Frame.
HountBln Side Burst.
Knoxville Tenn. Sept. 13. An
eruption of the earth in Overton
county near Livingston is reported.
A space 60 feet wide burst on the
mountain side throwing out burned
stone and gray particles of earth
making a noise beard for several
miles. One explanation is that gas
caused it but there is no odor.
Blotches and excrescences which
so often annoy people are simply ef-
fortslto throw off. imp diments to the
proper performance of her duties.
Herbine will aid and assist natnre in
her work and ensure a skin clear
and beautifol entirely free from ail
imperfections. Price 60 cts. City
Drug Store W. B. Frame.
TRIPLE TRAQEUY IN TEXAS.
A Runaway Marriage Colsalaatea la tka
S.satlaK t Tare. Peraaaa.
Longvlew Tex. Sept. 13. A triple
tragedy occurred at Beckville 30
miles from here in . Panola count)
Sunday evening. The trcnble was
caused by James Foraythe a promi-
nent young man running away with
Miss OUi Simpson. They were mar-
ried Saturday. When old man An-
drew Simpson learned that his daugh-
ter had been stolen aided by several
young men he took a double-barreled
shot gun and pistol and said he
would kill the whole party. Arriving
at the home of the groom he saw him
trying to escape through an orchard
and brought him down with seven
buckshot in the groin. Leaving him
for dead he met old man King For-
sytbe father of James coming out
to see the cause of the shooting.
King Forsythe received eleven shot
in the bowels dying instantly. Simp-
son dismounted saying he would
kill his daughter but old lady For-
sythe held his pistol until the girl es-
caped. Simpson then walked out to
the front gate put bis pistol between
his eyes and killed himself instantly.
The goom is desperately shot but
may recover. Great excitement prevails.
Herbine is well adapted to the
cure of fevers of all kinds because
it thoroughly cleanses the stomach
and bowels of all bilious humors
and expels all impure secretions of
the body. Price 50 cts. City Drug
Store W. B. Frame.
Simon Sept. 11. The weather is
some cooler since it rained.
The health of our community is
not very good.
J. F. McCan who was sick so long
in Ardmore and was brought out to
his father's last month is improving
but very slowly.
Miss Annie McCaskiil of Pike was
the guest 'of Miss Lelah McCan Sun-
day. Joe Painter was on the sick list
Wes. Culwell and family passed
through here en route to Burneyville.
Marcus Briggs and family will
move to Burneyville tomorrow.
Mrs. Newell is visiting in Simon.
Cotton picking is the general order
of the community.
Simon now enjoys the benefit of a
The great success of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy
in the treatment of bowel complaints
has made it standard over the greater
part of the civilized world. For sale
by City Drug Store and T. N. Cole-
man. CORNISH CUTLETS.
Cornish Sept. 13. There is con-
siderable sickness here at present.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Cadgill and a little girl of Mr.
and Mrs. O. M. Bradford died re-
cently with diphtheria.
W. E. Washington is here today.
Z. S. King has sold his residence
to J. S. Price of Ardmore. Mr. Price
intends moving here and Mr. King
goes to Texas.
John Harvill and Miss Ella Adams
were recently mar-ied at the resi-
dence of the bride's sister Mrs.
Dave Williams on Bear Creek.
T. G. Caldwell and children are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Newman
M. S. Adam left thii morning for
Kansas City by way of Ardmore
where be intends purchasing bis fall
stock of dry goods.
Cornish is still building the sound
of the hammer is beard early and
American Woman Claims Island.
Baltimore. Md. Sept. 12. A
Baltimore family will lay claim to
$8000000 property in the Isle of
Wight off the coast of England.
This great slice of real estate and
property Mrs. Caroline Clavell
1143 Ridgeley street believes right-
fully belongs to her and to her chil-
dren. .She has taken legal steps to
secure it and Friday the papers
relating to her claims were placed
in the hands of Attorney Jacob Rab
and Charles Wiuternitz.
Sankey Chasing the Oucks
Ira D. Sankey the evangelist
has been malting complaints to the
board of health against the duck
farms rear his home in Eastport
L. I. The complaints were inves-
tigated the other Jsy and the board
came to the decision to stand by
the ducks and vottd against Mr.
We Offer $20.00 in Gold
. T n" lady who sag-rents the moat expeditions economics! sail effect I to nlsa of
Ln2TI0'D.irJ"J "JV bna Missouri Soft Wheat Floor. "ALBATROSS." to the nouse-
frP.r th Indian Territory. The only conditions attached to the offer are. that the
i?nnS 'L1? r.!'.1 T.Je b? '5 2W"T ck of the floor forward to ia
a'on hher ""' h "ordAiBATmo..." on tha front of the sack; aad rive her opla-
rAttJi??.!!?? .kep? It: doe' Dot- mriu to ' considered I
?h S?m . e m!lK Contt closes November 16. 1S9B. Any member or employe of
the arm barred from the contest. Same will be decided by three anlaterested parties.
Read the Manufacturer's Guarantee.
WHY ALBATROSS IS THE BEST:
rlrtr.ThB Alhatross Flour Is made from the finest eelected Missouri soft winter
wheat and Is warranted to be our highest trade of flour.
Second It Is prepared on the latest scientific principles guaranteed abaolntely
pure and we offer. One Thousand Dollars for any proof to the contrary.
Third Our motto Is quality regardless of cost.
Fourth We guarantee the Alhatross Flour to be absolutely uniform and reliable as
fine as any flour made or we will cheerfully refund your money.
Fifth We guarantee it to give perfect satisfaction for biscuits bread and all kinds
v i jJasiry
Slxi We will deem it a favor If you will allow us to make anything sstlsfactorr that
you do not find so.
If Albatross Flour does not come np to our guarantee and your expectations please
report tbfi same promptly.
J. F. MEYERS & SON Springfield Mb.
Address all communications to
Ardmore I. T. Sole Distributing Ageuts for Indian Territory.
STATE NATIONAL LOAN AND TRUST CO.
Members American and Texas Bankers' Association.
Incorporated March 1897. Subscribed Capital Over $3500000.
OFFICE: Traders' Nstional Fank Building. 209 West Second St. Ft. Worth. Tex.
LOANS on City and (arm Property for all purposes.
I'AYS a liberal rate of Interest on time dex.slts. GIVK.H prepaid and Installment Share-
holders the benefit of s monthly Compounding System which produces as larare Prodis as
can be legitimately earned with absolute security.
L ans maiie on definite contracts at 7 1-5 percent interest on essv monthly payments.
Will you need money when your property is appraised? If so apply at any time.
TISDAL & TISUAL Local Agents.
f THE PARISIAN luimNERV'pARLORSrt
ff 1 beg to announcetto my friends and to the public that lam
fX now located in the building opposite the postomce formerly occu- j
pied by Mason & Mason Druggists and am piepared to show you viv
jL the latest and finest Millinery Baby Caps and Notions.
fjjy Miss Fry who gave rerfect satisfaction last season will be
j with mc again. Soliciting a liberal share of your patronage
?f I am i
2 MRS. VIRGINIA CRANK. U
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
IS DBEYFl'S PARDONED?
London Sept. 13 It is rumored the
Rothcbilds have a message that Drey-
fus will be pardoned. The rumor is
believed despite denials.
DRAPER FOR VICE-PRESIDENT.
Boston 8ept 13. General Wil-
liam E Draper ambassador to Italy
has announced himself candidate for
vice-president on the Republican
WILL GO TO CHICAGO.
Washington Sept. 13. The presi-
dent will go to Chicago to assist in
laying the corner stone of the post-
office notwithstanding any labor
New York. Sept. 13. The funeral
of Cornelius Vanderbilt will take
place Friday. The services will be
held at St. Bartholomews church and
will be a notable event.
GIVEN FORTY-BIGHT HOURS.
Pretoria Sept. 13. Great Britain's
reply demands an answer in 48 hours.
It is believed here this will be forth-
coming affirmatively. If so the war
situation will be improved.
THE POPE A SICK MAN.
London. Sept. 13. A dispatch to the
Daily News from Rome says the Vati-
can officials are greatly alarmed by
the illness of the Pope. He ia ex-
tremely weak and only partially able
M'KINLEY TO TOUCH THE BUTTON.
Philadelphia Sept. 13. Tomorrow
morning President McKinley by
pressing an elect! ic button in the
White House will put in motion the
machinery at the National Exposi-
tion. This will open the exposition
to the public.
TO FORFEIT A CHARTER.
Wraco Sept. 13. The city attorney
and the attorney general late yester-
day afternoon filed a suit asking that
the charter of the Bell Water com-
pany be forfeited ai d a receiver ap-
pointed on account of the failure of
the said water company to comply
with its contract.
WANT AMERICA TO MEDIATE.
New York Sept. 13. W. Bonrke
Cochran has written an open letter
to President McKinley in which he
asks McKinley to mediate between
Great Britain and tha Transvaal In
the pending difference which threat
FIRST NATIONAL BANC OF HAWAII. .
Honolulu Sept. 5 via Ben Fran-
elMO. First National bank fcf Hawaii
opened today. Money on hand half
million counted by the minister of
the interior King. The bank was
given permission to begin as a Ha-
THINK BOYCOTT CHILDISH.
Paris 8ept. 13. The Figaro says
today that the projected boycott of
the exposition by foreigners is the
part of childish agitation which will
be without result. Foreigners have
cause for resentment says the paper
but they should remember although
the Dreyfus verdict was delivered in
the name of the French people there
are millions of Frenchmen as indig-
nant over it as any foreigner.
Waco Sept. 13. A full investiga-
tion of the charges of cruelty to con-
victs on the county farm is being
bad. Sensational evidence ia being
brought out and the investigation
will be conducted in secret begin-
ning this afternoon.
Austin 8ept. 13. Mrs. Waterron
walked in her sleep and fell from a
second story window sustaining se-
BIG AMMUNITION SHIPMENT.
Washington D. C Sept. 13. Gen.
Otis has cabled the war department
for 6000000 rounds of ammunition
for the army rifle. This consignment
will be sent from San Francitco.
Ballard's Snow Liniment gives in-
stant relief in cases of bleeding
burns bruises scalds cuts etc.
Price 25 and 50 cts. City Drug
Store W. B. Frame.
Root for Vlce-Presideul. '
Chicago Sept. 12. A special to
the Times-Herald from Washing-
ton says: There are whisperings
in political circles that Elihu Root
secretary of war is likely to be the
administration's candidate for the
republican nomination for vice-
president. President McKinley
has favored the re-nomination of
his running mate but Mr. Hobart's
health will probably prevent him
from again accepting office.
Take a dose of Prickly Ash Bitters
at night when yon go to bed and
yon will feel bright and vigorous
next morning. It will ensure yon a
copious and healthy passage of the
bowels improve appetite and diges-
tion and increase energy of body
and brain. It beats stimulating
drinks because Its reviving influence)
ia natural bene permanent 8oId
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