The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 89, Ed. 1, Monday, February 11, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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wBKe or n ann
wan vou will
-irv" "MCrt Ion nml t almll
wIroTo It at any tlmo.
- - IND. TKU.
r market iu always sunnlieri
Ih the beat of everything to oat.
if 'Mid storage keeps in perfect
ion every nartlcla nf fond
' table. ' Fri'sh meAtu nf nl
I rpl. a
m aeuvery to anv nrt nl
! Hoffman received a tela
MU morning that hla fnther-
.Geddls of Guthrie
''od not expected to
KVofSkh 'lift en the
Mktf for her father's
I "ini" aniiail r iwww1
- at Jeflklaa'
8 sail under
order to sell
name doesn't havo to
iged. Buy them from
aevolent society will moot
zs Tuesday after-
ct not Wednesday
HISTORY OF UNION PACIFIC.
ImU Alin ih Tito l.lnra In Ihe
Glarani i llnllrnntl Deal.
TUOgUnlou . clflo rnllroail which
baa otijAJa- i 'I of the Southern
rnciflc tSttt Incorporated In
Utah auv. to succeed tlic Un-
ion Pacini tllv. . It owns directly
tho main II. ; .'rot Council l.'uffs la..
to C-RdcSi t VVW3 ni 'sf "ne
from Kansas . - toDomor 0I 'cs;
tho lino froin-DtfUf" U 'ie'V '
milcn; the lino fron oBluM -g
to Lninllp Colo: 151 :iilh im 01
tnllca of branch linen I ..'klnx a t.'( "
2.855 mile of ronil dlrw if "1.
Ilosldos thin the Union radii vi- i
trols tlio OrcKon Short l.lno railroad
running from OrnnRcr Wy. if I unit.
IdrIoii Or. with a lirnnili from I'ci
tello tdn. to IUIciin Iiln. and nlifttlii'r
liranch from McCnmtnoti Ma. pas&lns
tlirmtch Oitdcn. Utah to Frisco In th
samo state with nuineruus branches to
other iiolnti lu Utnh. 'l'hiro are 1-ISO
mile of tho OreRon Short I.lno and
1003 miles of tho OKdcn ltnllroad and
Narration company nlno controlled by
the Union raclllc which extends from
Huntington Or. liy way of Portland
Or to Otympla and Seattle Wash.
with a liranch from Pendleton Or
through Walla Walla to Spokane
Wash. Tho Oregon Itallroml and Nav-
igation company Is controlled through
tho ownership of a majority of Its
stock by tho Oregon Short ItIno nnd tho
Union Pacific. Tho Union 1'nclHc thus
owns nnd controls a total of 5407 miles
of road. From Ogdcn whero Us iiinln
lino ends It gets Into San Francisco
orer tho Central Pacific.
Tho Southern Pacific company which
was organized lu 1881 under tho laws
of Kentucky owns no track In fee hut
operates principally through ownership
of stock nnd partly liy leaio tho many
lines Which collectively nro known ns
tho Southern Pacific system. Tho com-
pany has nu authorized capital stock of
$200000000 of Which J10T.832.M8 Is
Issued. Its bonded Indebtedness Is
about f 124000000 Including tho bonds
Issued In 1809 In connection with Its
acquisition of tho stock of tho Central
Pacific at tho tlmo of tho settlement of
tho debt duo from that corporation to
tho United States government.
Tho Union Pacific's nuthorlzcd com
roon stock Is $00178700 of which $0.'v
800800 Is outstanding and Its author
lied preferred stock is $100000' 000 of
which $00380300 Is Issued. Or Its
$100000000 first mortgago bonds there
nro $00458000 Issued. Tho common
stock In 1000 paid 314 per cent divi-
dends. Tho dividend on tho preferred
is 4 per ctiit Mew York Tribune
In the district court todny the
following business was transacted i
In thn tstoto of 0. 0. Dortce
Mrs. J. E. Bartce was nppointed
C. F. Ebich vb. James Eldsott et
nl. ; judgment as per stipulations
Johu Hutuhins vs. It. B. Faulk-
ner ct nl. continued by defendant.
.1. T. Sturgeon vm. Tobo Crisp
' 'fttiii.j judgment as per stipulations
J. 1j. Cloud vs. Leo Slowart;
canjinned by agreement.
Hullc L'orler vs. Andrew l'orlcr:
Cotn Boss vs. Hurl Ross; di-
Miko Gormnn vs. l'eniicylvnnia
Firo InBiiratico Co.; dismissed
with leavo to plaintiff to takedown
money on dipoxit witii clerk.
(J. V. Wntkins vs. Hebry
Fitch; continued by agreement
John li. Jucob vs. Win Hill ct
nl.; settled nnd dismissed.
Winner Anderson vs. Tom
Itoach ct al.; settled and (lis
Jeuetto McDaiiicl vs. Geo. Jnuk
son ut al.; continued.
It. S. Dlllard vs. Will Gray el
et.; continued by agreement.
Mrs. K. C. Hrown vs. Fidelity
and Casualty Co. ; affidavit of resi
(ienco filed. Defemlnnt withdraws
answer; files demurer to first
amended complaint; answer iu
T. K. West made notary public
omers and Friends.
that you need not
o eome to my store to
3ing-asl will not nl-
tfrio.fue building who
jufusr wita man d
mm U Iaahb ana uemoemm
onenly charge him with indlt
II tCbCOOK IS
ace. UltcncocK i
bnt it is belioved ho
jrn of his own H""?!:
iKooLisTf Viulta seems-lung
the watefr Wtot
;.y-I5Lia:. ssto ano.
a BJ.-7 7 to 18
PROSPECTS OF PORTO RICO.
Prnflrrefla nf Intrrnnl lniirnrrmnta.
Tha Island na n Winter livaiirl.
During thu pnst month (lovcruor Al
len has made two excursions Into tho
Interior of four days each. Tho first
was In tho western end of tho island
and tho second In tho south. Tbo
main object of theso trips Is to Inspect
recently completed road work nnd (o In-
vestigate tho conditions of tho country
Speaking to n reporter for tho San
Juan News on his return from bis last
trip thu govuruui aald: "I found tho
roads la excellent condition. Tho
bridges fcro rapidly nearlng comple
tion. These bridges will bo subject to
the severest tests biforo they nro ac
cepted by the government. I find tho
general condition of tho country to be
vxecllenl There Is a largo amount of
tobacco being rained nnd I think this
year's crop will exceed nnyof tho pnst.
A plantation owuer nenr Coamo told
mo that ho feared ho would bo unablo
to handlo It all."
The governor speaks In tho molt
glowing terms of tho Island's futuro
and predicts n great Inllux of Ameri-
can cupltal ns soon ns tho crop outlook
Is mado known writes tho San Juan
corresiiondent of tho New York Post
Tho snlo of this year's sugar will ho
believes demonstrate that (hero Is no
moro ndvantngoous spot to Invest In n
legitimate undertaking. Ho also thinks
that tho Island will develop Into nu
iiiu'nunled winter msort. Visitors moy
Indulgo In midwinter surf bathing
with tho mercury at 78 degrees (tho
Arkanaaa Alluvia tlie Apple llloaauin
Tho house the other day at I.lttlo
Itock adopted tho sennto concurrent
resolution declaring tho npplo blossom
the llornl emblem of Arkansas says
tho St. Louis Globe-Dtmocrnt. It was
' fight ns several members chain-
8tl'i0 passion flower which had
Wealthy nt the stnto couven-
erty makes club1 ot Terkana
I aSaaaaaW'- ft
1.76 to 3.00
200 to K.2S
10 to 120.
35 to 800.
IS to 200
TK-vrTel nro t ndvocatluir tlio
passion flower. bufUo a voto of 70 to
10 the bouso declared in favor of tbo
lata of Qutan Vlofnrlo'a I.aal l'lioln
I.sfnyette who took thi last photo-
graph of tho queen In Dl'jIIu with a
sprig of shamrock Vi her bonnet ta
old according to a London cable dis-
patch to the New York Bun over 100.
000 copies aud tho demand Is Increas-
ing; Use t'J'o Charter Oak stove for
fifty Wb tho leader. Tho beat
is the enenpest. Buy them from
Uivens & Williams 20dllw2
m U 'Jf
U will irluty of our
Willi Paner dc-igns will ena-
ble ea"fc liame to havosotno-
thing itllirtnt something
exclusive. Hero arc
WEARABLE QUALITIES - -
at a jw prlco. Wo havo higher
d tboy'ro worth all wu sk for them.
For one week we will sell you nt
retail homo cured ham and break
fnsit bacou at wholesalcprices.
Hams per pound. 11 cents.
HrcnkfnBt bacou per pound 12
Dry salt bacon per pound 9
cents. IIkatii & Jamks.
Stole Widow Woman's Plow.
lted Sknggs and Houston Max
well who wore brought in Sutnr
day night by Deputy Cunimings
ami put in jail nro charged by
Cummings with having stolen his
mother's new turning plow.
Last Wednesday night these
gentlemen nro accused of entering
Mrs. N. J. Cummings' premises
and taking the plow; nt least it
was missed Thursday. Deputy
Cummings nt onco set about to find
it. Ho was not loug in doing so
Ho first learned that Skaggs and
Maxwell had been to a blncksmitl
shop with a new plow nnd had the
beam changed presumably to dis
guiso it. He proceeded at ouco to
their house whero ho found the
plow which had been tnkon to
pieces nnd stuck nround nt differ-
ent places in Ihe liny. The ofllcer
recognized it however as the ono
belonging to his mother and pro-
ceed to arrest them. Tiioy were
locked up nud will havo n hearing
beforo Judge Bradford.
Wo make n specialty of rcntiug
houses nud land and collecting rents
7tf DkFukksi: & Hahtixo.
Kidnaper at Work.
A. ti. i'nlnicr had a notice In
Sunday morning's Ahdmoreitb
offering a suitable reward for tho
return of his dog Cap" which
ho said had been stolen or kid
imped. T-lio latter 1b evidently
correct judging from the following
effusion which he received through
tho mail today:
hr yu want yuro purp
Cap-" yfi ken git hit bj bringen
$100 in gold nnd cum alone by
ynrsclf at 12 o'clock at nite
Cliewsdny nitu iu the big holler in
Ole man Camel's paster 1 mil
north -u v Ardtnnre ISco snrtin nud
not tri tu fin out who rit this let-
ter ef yu dont cum with the initncy
tlio purp wil bo mad iu hot to-
It's now up to Mr. Palmer nud
remains to bo seen whether no
thinks enough of "Cap" to save
his life Tuesday night or not.
Onion sets nnd garden seeds of
all kinds nt A. F. Jones'. 10 nt
Wanted Young men nnd ladies
to leant telegraphy. Situations
secured or coat of learning refund
Cd. 1)AIIM8 Tki.koiiavii Coi.i.eok
Dallas Texas. j2.r lm
Top prices paid for live stock of
all kinds. 7tf
DkFhkusk & IIaktinii
the Massing throng.
All the World'- a Stage and Bach
one Plays a Part
Touched lllm for $4.
Yesterday sometime during the
afternoon while J. M. Reynolds
was waiting on first ono nud then
the other nt his placo on Kast
Main street somo one had tho au
dncity to go to his money drawer
aud purloin $-1 of his hard earned
money. Mr. Reynolds says sev
ernl times ho had to go out to
make change nnd it must have
been duriug one of these times
thut the theft was committed
Sea us before selling your hogs
7tf DeFkeksb & Hautino
Who does not remember today
two years ago! Tho thermometer
went to nineteen degrees below
zero and it was the coldest day
Ardnioro over experienced.
Seo It. T Dullas.
nt Mrsi J.
Wanted A wet nurse
ply to Doo Fielder.
K. wngon yntd is for
pply to F. A. l'ettitt. l()tf
At tho Jail. .
Deputy Gnyler of Pauls Valley
enmo down Saturday evening hav-
ing in chargo Tom Henderson
charged with introducing nod spil-
ing whisky. Ha wns arrested iu
Wynnewood and tried beforo Com-
missioner Pfeiffer aud bound over.
Dick Halley charged with lar
cetiy was brought in yesterday by
Wiyutv Pot from Mill 0oV-
Zan Davidson nn all round
crook horse thief cow thief and
lastly charged with burning n store
house was brought in yesterday
by J6I111 McClure on n writ of re-
moval from Arkansas.
He and another party nro
charged with burning n store nt
Pike nbeut a eir ago. IIo is also
wanted for sovernl horso aud cow
thefts. Zan has been arrested
onco or twice beforo aud succeeded
in getting nway each tlmo
Jeff Phillips charged with steal-
ing $40 from Cnpt. Smith was
arrested and locked up by Deputy
Ilenson. Cnpt. Smith was n.ov
Ing somo houses nnd had Jeff
wnrkiui? for him. He did not
know ivhother Jeff took tho money
from ins coat ou tho. work or
from the houso.
.kovuJiOgau wniu re'aasid W
' 1 11)11. H Aikhss lio 3iir o
A Valentine Social.
Tho ladies of the Broadway
Methodist church will give a Val
entitle social Thursday Feb. 14
N. Mooro's residence
7:30 o'clock in the
oveniugt A program is beiug nr
ranged nnd will bo announced later
A cordial iuvitatiou is extended to
all and especially tho young folks.
Wolvertou Grocery Co. has
Diamond C mince meat
Cream of Wheat
and 11 big stock of other fresli gro-
ceries. Trade with them. 10 3
Women' Porclgn nisslon Society
There will boa meeting of tho
Foreign Missiou society of Broad-
way church at tho parsonage
Tuesday nfternoou Feb. 12 nt 3
o'clock. This will be tho time for
'annual election of ofllccrs. All
members plenso bo present.
Mks. Makv Keahnkv Pres.
I'or Sale or Kent.
A four room houso. Apply at
Joties Bros. Caddo street. 10 3
Chaso & Sanborn's coffee nt
Jenkins'. 10 2t
Judge Bradford Is back from
Center and went tit onco to busi
ness. 'This moruing Harrjgpn
Morris was broughf.Wiuro him for
steamy Jij.-ij.'.cs from Sidney
Suggs i'he evidence wn3 conclu-
sive nnd Harrison wns bound over
in the sum of $200 iu dofanlt of
which ho unw languishes iu JuM.
Pictures framed to order nt u
very low price. A big lino of
handsome moulding to select from.
All work done promptly. 10 m
T. C. Bridqman.
Jim Green of Karl is in the
W. It. Moore came in from lied
K. L. Lowenstcin is in tho city
Dr. J. W. Moffett returned last
nigt from Oklahoma City.
Mrs. 1). Itedfleld left this morn
ing for Witchitn Falls Texas.
Mrs. C. P. Bruco "is here from
Pauls Volley visiting relatives.
M. C. Vaughn of Sterrett wns a
pleasant caller at our oflli-o today.
K. II. Skinner and wife are reg
istercd at tho Whittington from
Geo. W. Tnto nnd son of Mill
Creek were iu the city today on
Judgo 0. C. Potter nnd his
daughter Miss Grace came up from
Gainesville today at noon
It. II. Board camo up from
Qaincsville today and will remnin
in our city for tho paesent.
W. It. Blanton J. S warts and
D. Deubcr of Gaiaesvillo are in the
city nnd registered nt the Whit
Momon Pruiott It. T. Jbtics
Albert Itennio nnd II M. Cnrr
came in from Pauls Valley this
Wnrreu Stewnrt is hero today
from Pauls Valley spending
his birthday with his mother Mrs
J W. Stownrt
Jerry. McClusky Nathan Adler
W F. Hayues and II. W. Field
ing are hero from Davis nnd stop
ping nt tho Whittington
Buck Garrett and Jim Chancello
came up from Sherman Inst night
Buck is much improved and walk
ing about the streets today.
Mitchell Stewart who has been
sa long with J. It. Penniugtou
Co. leaves tomorrow morning for
Tallahoma Tenn. on business and
to visit his mother.
1. it. Mason left tuts morning
for Wagoner 1. T. as delegate
from tho local Modorn Woodmen
of America to the meeting of the
state camp of that order. From
that placo Mr. Mason will go to
J opl in Mo on business
The Benevolent society will meet
with Mrs. Sidney Suggs uext
Weducsdny afternoon nt 3 o'clock
Bulk breakfust foods at Jenkins1
tho grocers. 10 2t
The famous header cook stove at
J. B. Spragins &Co.
Tho Daughters of the Confeder-
acy will hold their next regular
meetiug nt 3 o'clock Tuesday after
110011 with Mrs. T. Y. Morgan.
Just think of it dressed qunil 3
for 25 cents at Heath & James.
Wanted A set of books to keep
after 7 o'clock of evenings. Apply
thisofllce ' 3tf
Prof. D. It Boyd president of
tlio University of Oklahoma will
deliver a lecture nt tho First Pres-
byterian church next Friday night.
Everybody invited to attend. Ad-
Say Ladles! '
Hnvo you tried n loa of that
Boston Brown Brend tlKut Spieglo
make8t Ifauiit ot sight. 0 10
Ohllitlron never cry very loud for
'it but they do llko Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. Ask W. 11. l'rame
The Bankers Union of the World
hilttueet iu WfuW '"-' n Tu -Id
night the '.2th nt J
o'olowk. Bi.-.m-t.-: of importance.
0. M. CijUU: ".i'u'n.
A big supply of fresh country
butter at A. P. Jonej 10 3t
To Car Malaria la 4 Days
Tnto Quiaorla. Ml dm fr glut are
authorised to ratanj Mm niouy lu
any oase of obUU. telar or malaria
It falls to ours. Pita Ma par puok-
in .. i4HK.
N . til" a axa.
THE fact that
our house is
space is mon-
ey to you.
The Shoe Man
the chnuce to
Spring is approaching and our big stock of
Spring and Summer Footwear Is Arriving.
Winter goojls must give way. We hnven't room for them.
Seo the choice shoes we hnve left aud make us nu offer.
Wo have an oxpert shoemaker regularly employed.
ALU Itlll'AintNO NRATLV faONIC.
" THE ARDMORE HUSTLERS"!
K guard our repu
inluin for felling
able goods most z"iil-
ously. Wo tnku caro
that none enters our
stuck but satisfac
tion giving uoods.
Our Reputation Rests on Our Goods.
W SELL - u
John B Stetson Hats
Famous Klnger Bros. Hals.
soil all First.! laaa Honda Only.
RINGER BROTHERS. Gents'
TOLD BY TELEPHONE.
Word Whispered in Our Ear From
Inland Towns In the Territory
Ardmoro Davis Oakland.
A. A. Kerley is
new stock of good. j
Isa Munzesheimor wns here to-
day. Several parties from the country
were hero yesterday.
The wlfo of .loo Holder living
two and ono half miles west is
verv low. She was' reported dead
ouco this rooming but has ral
A trentlcmnn from Dixie was
thrown from his horse here yes
terdav. Ho was unconscious for
somo time but recovered nnd was
able to mount his nnimal.
Wo had n good snow here yes
terday but it melted almost as fast
as it fell.
Monroe I'rentist is quite sick.
Mrs Monroo has returned from
Wo have soveral cases of chick
en-pox which may bo tho same as
the light form of smallpox at other
J. M. Hobberson is quite eiek.
The Frisco depot nt Madill will
bo completed this week.
We aro about clear of smallpox.
A Sunday school was organized
bore yesterday morning. We had
singing in tho afternoon.
Our school has been closed ow-
ing to smallpox but will probably
be started again next week.
Tho farmers are idle owing to
the recent rains.
postponed owing to bad weather
A literary society wilT be organ-
ized here next Friday.
Miss Ella "an Dover is hero vis-
iting Miss Ella Splawn.
Will Cook has moved hero from
The lectures which were to hnvo
been delivered here by Itev. Hotrier
T. Wilson havo been indefinitely
Mis3 Elsio Thompson has re
turned from n visit to her sister
Mr. Neighbor is out agaiu after
a severe case of smallpox.
f Walter Buchauan of this placo
and Miss Annio Itodgers of Nebo
were married at tho latter placo
Wo learn that I. S. Wright who
went to Georgia during tho holi-
days is quite sick there with
Catliey Bros have sold their
livery business to Mr. Mysing of
Postmaster Steer has moved the
postofllce across the creek to thu
Bob HutchiuB of Dougherty is"
Mr. Shcrrer is hero from Ohio.
Dr. Wood has returned from
Dr. Ryan has returned from
Memphis Tenn. whero ho attend-
ed medical college.
Nntli It. Mnckoy consul com-
mander of tho Wynnowood camp
Woodmen of tho World left Sat-
urday night to attend tho grand
lodgo of that order now iu session
nt Omaha Neb.
Dr. Thos. Walker visited in
Craig Bros will .occupy tho
Cruco building within a few days
with a new nnd up to dato stock of
clothing nnd gents' furnishings.
For further hunoiiueements watch
the columns of the Akdmokeiti:.
Not for a son- but a perfect
picture wl'.h ihe latest lln-
lili( retouched by an expert
lot a small amount ot money.
The Best Equipped Gallery
In tho Indian Territory
do good work promptly
and at very low price
. s. oole:
Up-staifs In ilaiirtuUiuJhlJifir
The Best Is Our Motto.
IIKN we embarl oil in tbo Hardware and Implement business In Ardmoi our
attention was it to ti t selection o' the beat goods ou tljp iua(kvtr Qjpi
selection was mad.- Thes g.x-In nro the boit.-.Uic fnriiiern havo learned It ai.d we
co-itlnually add i ew ouatomcr every year. Head this list or s'ani.ml fugd
them exclusively and you'll neTeri have cinsa for regr t.
j Buck's Stoves MoorTS
John Deere and Es-le PIown
- il wT-Io i-i TV!. l a
xsuui'iiig -yesiing jMiiciiincry.
i!t. v '
)aker and Slolino. Wivo-i
. r-- -
Wo carry a bis tock f ?hf oq Heary Hardware also Saddle and.rr-css..
Koldlboastioir U Indulged in wjlon w0 8ay our goods arejthe beat. Wo want
to'uuote youteims and prh- $TU .tpv at Ma'
5? Nroi3X.E: iRoe.
the Le dmj Druggist. j
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