The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 277, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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Xbe Batty HromoreUe.
SIDNEY BCGQS. Proprietor.
rvbUahed Every Afternoon (8tnrdy Ex-
cepted) and Sunday Morulas.
Office of publication. Conrt Street.
stored nt the Poatofflce at Ardmore aa
aeoond olaaa mall matter. Not. 37. ts.
OM Tear .-....-.
OFFICIAL J0D1SAL CITY OF A1DM0RE
.THE UNITED STATES COURT
Fob the Southern District
THE CHICKASAW NATION.
UNITED STATES COURT
fne United Stataa coort for this district
U meet aa follows:
Ohlckasna February 7 nd October S
Bran. February Jl and October 17
Paula Valley March 7 and October Si
pgrcell March 28 and November 21
Ardmore April 11 and December 6
Hoaea Townsend United States Judg-e
W. B. Johnson United States Attorney
C M. Campbell United States Clerk
John S. Hammer United Statea Marshal
Oartf. Colorado and Santa Fe Railway.
ealreenon and Chlcas-o Express 3:36 a. m.
Cleburne and Kansas City Express.. 8:10 p.m.
ealveston and Chicago Express 12:50 a. m.
Cleburne and Kansas City ExpreHS 11:06 a.m.
A. Ldcas. Ticket Agent.
W. 8. Kbbmak. General Paaaeneer Agent.
Akdmore Thursday Sept. 14.
It is thought this years corn
crop will make Kansas one of the
huskiest states in the union.
There is no task impossible
with Admiral Dewey he even cap
tured Gibraltar on his 'way home
If we could see ourselves as oth-
ers Bee us we might have a differ
ent opinion of ourselves than
Otis should keep on good terms
with Wheeler. The little general
beats the band when it comes to
ueneral. utis nas caoiea lor .-
000000 rounds of rifle ammunition
which will be forwarded to him at
once from San Francisco.
The farmer who had a diversifi
cation of crops this year is the one
who will come out ahead. Cotton
alone will not do to depend on.
"Because they need the money"
is the way the Chicago Record ex-
plains corruption in legislative cir-
cles. That is an explanation that
Trade is picking up quite satis-
factory since the advent of the
fleecy staple and it will continue
on the increase as the season ad-
It's now a test case between Joe
Chamberlain's ultimatum for war
and Queen Vic's word for peace as
to what shall soon happen in the
The "man about town" who is
not stout enough to do anything
like heavy work can find employ
ment in the cotton field where 'tis
said the crop is light.
Perry Belmont who opposed
Bryan so bitterly a short time ago
has repented of the evil of his
wavs and now declares for the 16
to 1 champion in all things.
The Ardmoreite acknowledges
receipt of compliments and ticket
t the Muskogee Driving Park and
Fair Association which will be
held at that place Sept. 21 :
It is now said that a Chicago
Irishman is to become chief of the
Winnebago tribe of Indians. This
again demonstrates the Irish apti
tude for scooping things that come
witbin their reach.
Now that the Kentucky feudists
have begun persecuting the wid
ows of their victims it is in order
for the chivalrous Bluegrass State
to convince them that they have
made a fatal error.
Some of the fire boys feel the
worse from having made the re-
cent long run with the hose cart
Wonder if the city council ever
thought of providing them with a
horse for this purpose.
Some parts of the city have been
vastly improved by removing the
telephone poles from the center of
the sidewalk. It is hoped the
goo 4 work will continue until the
"' r " 1 -lusajwejK i cVd.
TOLD BY TELEPHONE.
Words Whispered in Our Ear From
Inland Towns In the Territory
Lone Grove The buggy team
of W. J. Stevens ran away today
and collided with the buggy of L.
C. Hillis. The latter's buggy was
upset and that of Mr. Stevens
L. W. and H. A. Hillis of Mill
Creek are here visiting their
cousin L. C. Hillis. N
Dr. Sellers of Belton is here.
Springer Elwood Wolverton is
at Ardmore today.
H. H. Hughes went to Ardmore
Berwyn D. P. Potes shipped a
i a 1 a I"" tA.
ear load oi nogs to ivansas iiy
The general health of this com
munity is improving.
Durwood-Wallace Burns of Ard-
more and Miss wune cook oi
- m m -K-m.V l f 1 .
Durwood. were married here at
the . Baptist church last night by
Rev. Haggard of Ardmore.
Provence The protracted meet
ing at this place closed last night
A school meeting will be held
here tonight to arrange a school at
Earl H. C. McClure left this
morning for Roll to see his mother
who is reported dying.
Mrs. S. B. Scrimshire of Manns-
ville is here visiting her daughter
Thackerville A. T. Draughon
returned from Davis this morning
J. 1. Holland went to Ardmore
todav to attend a meeting of the
G. A. R. post of that place.
The two gins at this place are
Henry Jones ot Conway is here
Marietta Some parties was here
today from Burneyville. after
coffin for Mrs. Frank Hickman.
One of the lamps in the Metho
dist church at this place fell las
nieht but the flames were extin
gnished before they had done much
Mr. Jarrodd has a very sic
N. T. Johnson shipped a car of
fine hogs to Fort Worth today.
Ther has been 52 ear loads
oats shipped from here this season
and 110 bales of cotton has been
marketed to date.
McMillan James Anderson
this place left this mornine on
visit in southern Georgia.
Our sick are improving.
The British authorities at Hong
Kong have held up the American
troopship Tartar on the charge that
it is overcrowded. The American
ConJbl has protested against the
action on the ground that the ves-
sel is an American warship.
This is how the Kansas City
Times puts it: McKinley says
"Our flag does not mean one thing
in the Philippines and another
thing in the United States." Un-
der the administration it means
trusts in the United States con-
tract labor in Hawaii polgamy and
slave trading in Sulu and the des-
truction of a republic in the Phili-
ppines. YELLOW FEVER SITUATlOiN.
Kev West Fla. Thirty-five
cases have been reported in the last
24 hours 13 of which were adults
and the remainder children; mak-
ing a total to date of 253. No
Mississippi City One new case
here. All other patients are nearly
well. . .
Jaekson Miss. No new cases.
Mobile Ala. Positively no yel-
low fever or any suspicious cases.
New Orleans La.-No new cases
of fever here.
Excelsior sewing machine the
best on earth only $22.50. Sold
Austin Tex. Sept. 13. Gover
nor Savers has just pardoned out
of the penitentiary a man named
Draughtcup.who was sent uy three
years ago to serve a ten-year sen-
tence for counterfeiting. His re-
ease from prison is on peculiar
grounds. He was sent up under
the state law for conterfeiting.
he money be counterfeited and
passed was nickles. His release
was secured on the ground that
under the Texas law there could be
no. counterfeiting of money except
gold and silver. The counterfeit
ing of nickles was therefore argu-
ed not to be punishable under the
aw of Texas which is very explicit
in its definition of what counterfeit-
ing is. The legal presentation of
the case was to the fact that the
prisoner was being illegally restra-
ned in as much as he was serving
term of imprisonment for a
crime that was no crime under the
A Word to Mothera.
Mothers of children affected with
croup or a severe cold need not hes
itate to administer Chamberlain's
cough remedy. It contains no opiate
nor narcotic in any form and may be
given as confidentially to the babe
aa to an adult. The great success
that has attended its use in the treat
ment of colds and croup has won for
it the approval and praise it baa re-
ceived throughout the United States
and in many foreign lands. For sale
by City Drug Store and T. N. Cole
Ordered to Close Up.
Chief of Police Pulliam of Ard
more has issued orders warning all
gamblers in the city limits to close
their houses by next Saturday and
to remove gambling outfits con
tained in aid houses. If his or
ders are not complied with he
proposes to destroy all gambling
paraphernalia under a warrant
from the United States Marshal
If he enforces the law Gainesville
may expect to be overrun with tin
horn gamblers in a short time
fleet a Horrible Ueath.
Mike Conway a Choctaw brake
man met a horrible death yester
day at Wilburton I. T. while
making a coupling in the switch
yards at that place.
While making an attempt to
couple the train he slipped and fell
and the train passing over him
severed uotn legs and one arm
from his body. He suffered in
tense pain for 12 hours and dieii
this morning at 2 o'clock.
The deceased had been braking
for the Choctaw for about six
years and was held in the highest
esteem by his fellow employes.
Hope Deferred in Georgia.
"Jim" she said "I don't reck-
on we kin git married this fall.
Dad's give me a bale o 'cotton but
cotton's down to six cents ag'in.
"I wuz jest a-thinking'" said
Jim. "I'm purty much in the
same fix. Dad's done give me
ten acres but I hain't got nary
mule to plow 'em."
"Oh Jim?" she cried rapturous-
ly "ef cotton would jest go up in
price an' them long-cared mules
wuz reasonable jest think-we mout
PR IE If LY
. FOR KIDNEY DI8EA8E 8TOM- .
ACM TROUBLE INDIGE8
lTION. LIVER DISORDER OB
W. B. FRAME Special Agent.
Reduced Rates tor Summer Trips.
Commencing June 1st and contin
uing to and including September 30
1899 the Texas & Pacific Railway
company will sell round trip Summer
Tourist Tickets to points in Alabama
Color-ido District of Columbia Geor
gia. Marvland. Massachusetts Mich
igan Minnesota Mississippi New
York North Carolina. North Dakota
Ohio Ontario Pennsylvania. Quebec
South Carolina Tennessee Virginia
West Virginia and Wisconsin at
considerable reduction in rates.
See the nearest Ticket Agent for
full information or write
E. P. Turner . G. F. T. A.
25tf Dallas Texas.
Mail orders for Blank Notes
Mortgagea Rental Contracts
Etc. promptly attended to.
Rental contracts per 100 II 60
Notes per 100 60
Morttratres. ner 100 1 60
Send postage for return.
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The Greatest and Best Selected Stock
Brought to Ardmore.
We Buy Our Goods Only From
Look Out For
White Sulphur Inn
mil mm Prop.
Now is the time to visit
Sulphur Springs always cool
no dust. Rates at this hotel
REDUCED TO $5 and $6 Per Week
Special Prices to Families.
Fine fishing and hunting.
The springs flow as strong as
ever. A week" spent at mis
famous resort is most bene
ficial to health Sure Cure
for Rheumatism and many
otner diseases lry it.
Prompt attention will
be given to all Sanitary
work. Notify me thro
the postoffice Box 704
This well known house is now
in first class condition for the
public. I have
the house and will give it my
direct attention. Board by
day week or month.
Mrs. J. T. WYONT Prop'r.
Cold Storage Market
W6sth6im6r & DauhB's
Best equipped meat market in
the Indian Territory. Choicest
steaks best kept fresh meats
and vegetables. Fresh and salt
Highest price paid for fat
fowl3 of all kinds.
HEATH & JAMES.
t? -Try -frv v"
Are Daily Arriving at the
the Latest Novelties.1
Bargains in Ardmore
La Grande Market.
The very best of all kinds of
Fresh Meats kept on Cold
Orders Promptly Filled and Deliv-
ered to any Part of the City.
For the Choicest Meats on the
market give us your orders.
GEO. HOFFMAN & BRO.
NORTH SIDE WEST MAIN STREET.
We make the best on the mar-
ket. Remember the names:
Buy our roller corn meal.-
Ardmore Mill & Elevator Co
& Travellcs Men
Wagon Yard In Connection.
If. B. II IX Proprietor.
a!0-d2m Bebwyn I. T.
Novelty Carriage Shop.
FINE (ARRIACE PAlNTlrtC
General Carriage Buggy and
Wagon Work and all kinds
of Blacksmithing. Horse-shoe-.
ing a Specialty. Experts to
Prevent Interfering and Calk-
ing. Well Augers built to
order. J ack Horton is wth ns.
North Caddo Street Ardmore.
- - f"r'r'A
of Goods Eyer
at -- -
Will Buy Up-To-Date
Ladies. Gents' and Boys Tailor-
Made Suits at
We guarantee satisfaction and
that we will charge enough for
everything in our line.
J. J. STOLFA
Next door to First National Bank.
BE SURE AND STOP
At the '
Best $2.00 day House in texas.
W. S. DUNCAN is
now located in the.post
Ui 1 1 Vti UIUVI Willi fX
and new line of tailor-
ing goods to select
trom. Knees to pieasis
W. S. DUNCAN.
bv J: N. Moreran. ' ' " 10-tf
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