The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 154, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 28, 1901 Page: 4 of 10
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THE DAILY ARDOTBTE.r
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THE GHICKAAW WATIOW.
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AXDKO-K HCJIDAT kVMU.
.sOHCB TO THK Y UBUt.
Any erroneoai reflection apon the
Cbracter tandiOK or repattion of
ny perion firm or corporation
which tnr appear In the eolatsai of
the Abuwokeite will be gladly cor-
rected apon Iti being broaxbt to the
attention of the poblnber.
Oklahoma City rUiras tbat it
lies id the great oil bltof tbe
Uoitetl State and bat ben borint;
an fotae a wi r by fanai. Tbe Ok-
laaeraaa i of tbe opinion tbat
lifraomout will b a mere tide abow
when their oil fields are developed.
The dty eonacil of Marietta bac
appropriated $1300 to tbe aebool
fond wbleh will tnaintaia their
public cohool fix montbe longer.
This in a rood move and if Mari-
etta eaa afford an eleven tnotitlia
free school she will attract many
Six boaineaa men bave dispoaed
of their properly in Oklahoma City
and bave cone to Shawnee to lo
eate. If Oklahoma City poaaeaaea
all that luck plnek eoterpriae in
dnatry and other suspicion ele-
tnenta that the paper ive it credit
for it eeoma tbat not one of iti
eitizenti wonld ever leave and lo-
eato in a nearby town.
Coihik FB K. MfKivi.KV Kivea
out tho statement that he linn n
ciinoh on the Oklahoma lecretury
ship. Unuios ana Jlouaton are
alo prominent enDdidntea for the
position. Hut iunjfinueh aa nupo
tiairt hue full Hway in Oklahoma
politic) Hlllie will probably ap
point hib cousin rreu us sue
cutiHor to W. M .lenkitm.
That the uruun Heidi alwaym lie
beyond ia aa true in mieaionury
work aa in unythiuj' elae. Tho
better luluontion of the aouthern
uccro has alwuys boeu n put mis
rionary sohutne with umiu north'
trn anoiiuotiiBta wno Known no
more of the neirro his southern
aurrotimlinurf and oapabilitiea than
thuy know of the lirnxiliau Indians.
Tlionu uorthuru poople leave their
own sweat ahojui and come Houtli
to aiil in tho education of the no-
uro who has his free sclioola and
eolloKes. Gov. Allen 1J. Chand-
ler of Ueoruin truthfully soya:
"The nuuro collet;o of the aouth
do not need the aid of these north-
ern people very muah. Wo ouu
attend to the education of the nu-
Kro without the aid of northeuurs
and kvo thorn tho education they
most need. too. I do not bolievu
in the hichor education of tho ne-
gro. He should he taught the
trades but when he is taught tho
line arts he get! educated out of
liis oast and is unhappy.
"I am oppoiod to putting ne-
groes in factories uud oftices.
Wliuu you do that you will unuio
diaaatiafautiou betwoon tho twi
racos and such tilings might lead
to u raco war. Tho Held of agri-
culture is the propur one for the
Luwn suttees uud poruh chairs at
28tf 0. H. Jonks'.
CAMPAIGNING IN AFRICA.
TWIr flr D Wei.
A rvrtHfMlril as K" 1ia 5rr
Ff-i a syasaatb-'- -. if tk aSt-rvt-f'rt
a ad bar i - Brills-
siir la wt!. . i tar bJ
I muif I fbrtr kx t-l 'bwten
eaa aftsr last Haas. I- - TWtr
krf ) a-aw-taty tar.; . 1 1 vraffc-r
lOijcrcat oral. TV srr-'f - - JCTr7
aa -7 thsr hai i itiaaj tr-
itorta. a-4 to few- .f- . tawKfcr-
Mat aaa ba4 a ar t!'
Tk7 lie tori 6tXf urt
tme with their Maaki
aa4 try to atera. If tti
Ukt trrH. (hey ami. afl-r
f Rotrtb Africa rata. I: a
a Basail tea. It tkry
tbra it it a Li Ma tar
o a sane
ttKe bar MacrV. tfcta eoM
atr I'rror eata faras ac; adta of it
tiattrfBfvrt. Tkt aacai'f t art (tear;
y. yat tar
rs - sftlaaa rala
wi at rti( awa iu;
corfmb4 aad atOI tirL"
Oo tfclnr awmerer. tbr hat
hJ tbat la ta oA anajat of
f" tii r try to Icccp a maa la kcaltk
st Mrraatti. Taw comvpoadeat rr-t-rki-
'Aa a rate tbc trxjpa before
atarfta. aay at 4 a ai tare a eaa f
cff and a Waraft. TV? taarea wm
often la till 3 or 4 la t!e afteraooa.
If the trajeawrt la aa. Uit lurt a fwd
icltd meal of freaa aieat. ;o biaralta
tea or coffee and tber i not arfak far
aay aaofa tr Um aaat af tka daf a4
woaM piafcaalf rrfa- the aOar f aa.
tter rmaL Tbta diet i Dot lowertatr.
Ta anea look the eery panor of aealtk
aad fttrewrta. If tbc traaaaort at not
"aa" tbey bare to xo kaacry aad teem
Mtile tat wort for It."
Tbey were aewly aaarrled aad irerr
caBiaa; apoa oa of tbe frieadft af the
bride who aad been tartteolarty fdeat-
nt opoa tbe oevaskm of tbHr weddla
Tbe bridexrootD. apropoa of nothlac
teaaa to talk aboat pbreootoa-y aad
Xotd bow hla wife bal dlarovared two
very proml-x-ot ltjm on tbe bark of
ale. bead lie waa prr.rid of tacta. Sa
waa he and abe patwnl bin arotrad
tbat tbe boat and boateaa rnlabt tei
tbe boaapa aad kaow of tbrfcr exbt-
nxre. Tben abe explained:
"My bwit oa pbreaoky aayt tbat
tbey mean good memory aad geaeroa-
Jty." It waa erldent tbat abe waa proad of
tbe facta and ao waa be. Bat tbe boat
beta; of an inqalrtat; tarn of mind
wlabed to aattafy blmaelf ao be cot
down a phrenological work. Irani one
of bla library abetrea aad after morli
tabor found tbe bam pa oa tbe cbart.
Tnrnlna to tbe notea be read atrtetialy
at Brat tben anateadlly. Tbe bride be
came enaplcloua bat aba was game and
"Iti-ad U oat load
tbe boat read:
Thcae bumpa are moat ftcqneaUy
found on rata and monkaya.'
Other topics conrnmed tbe remainder
ef tbe rlalt wblch waa brief. New
iorlla Willi Trell Clie.
I bad occaalon to examine two
tmitberti wbo bail apftlkul for pollctea
In far eompany the oitht day" aalil
tbe meiHeal exatnlHr of a life lasHr
noec comiwny. "One whi 35 yearn
old anil tho uther wan fCI. Tbnj- are
Ixtth unuiarrleil and are known aboat
town in jtretty tay loy. Vaoally
t litre la ronalderalile nttaclml to writ
ing xllrlea for men who are known
km 'rotniilem' but tlio two pro.eil to
li perfect. a(ie-ineiiH of pbyalcnl man
"I wa particularly linpreaaiil by
tholr cheat dereloinnunU. Tlwy itotli
bad the aame inensurernont and alno
the aaine oxpnrmloii from 3(1 to -13.
When I found Hint tlioy had amoktil
ci;rt(wi from Imiv'IkmmI I wondered
nil tbe more at the four Inch ex I mil
kIoii Tben they told me tbat wlien
tlii-y were youiiKNteni they ued to
diltKlit In mvIiik how lonn they could
liold tlietr breath under water. Uvcry
time they took a bath In the tub one
uould take a deep Uritliv duck under
mill tliu other would tlmo lilm with n
M'Htrh. A minute and n half I be
lk-vi' waa the limit of their endurance.
'J'licy Maid It whm all tholr motiter could
do to i;t them out of tho bath and
drive tbetn to bed." I'lillailolplila Ilec-
?')): same principle of retlest
energy and shrewd buaineos man-
agement that go to make up the
Mticceag of a bushiest firm are re-
quired by any town that is making
any effort to keep abreast of the
times- Husiuoes may come for a
while without any speoial e.Tort on
your part but to keep business
coining you must ndertise you
must let tho people know what jou
have to sell. The same applies to
n town. You must ndvertixe let
the people know what advantages
your town oflerj and must have
successful business maiitiger.
That business mauiigeiuent should
be placed in the hands of n wuh-a-wnke
Komk people fall out with a
neighboring town and their eyes
grow so nearly in the some socket
that they cannot give n singlo in-
dividual of that town oroilit for
Ice cream ut Spiegles today.
le tb E bH- ctmdered
a "trvr rm :b V- " jalbr-"
orr prurae t4crr aa i6oi.
icr "bat 'fc -t- -i t.Hlini;i!
Are r as-1-vef
4 aaariu rroc
tbe - -r r.m oraraa Jt bit l
drtt. u: 5g ir:n m frvcale ialae
aavi perikapa aa ki raaul and tafcn '
coovfataaa Baant be removed a-
a beahby coaaWaa eatubtMbed beV-
taw -atecU raactioa cas m ralfille
Maa? a taotbrr acktMdreber o"
to I IVrre F- -rAt Preampuoa. a-
tort legator tar R V. FWct. ofBaSV--
N V bo larrite I be rk to write arv :
conwlt hiai wrtbvs. cbiree. ' ' Fry- -
drt:n (T -t feauie akana aad
acfcpaa ine; tnai laa Vm patan
fir riufHy and lalw-rt to the orf--peiTtltan
frtninin and eataMiabn -y
aetsra! 'rmlnmtf mhvh aaake aor ' -easy
btr-h 'A hra'.tbr cbatdrea.
There is nothing Jaat aa aaad far ia
aa " Favorite i'uaaflplloa " Dos t be
pat -j8 wttb a aubatrlate.
t sjkr bear gtaacfat I
a w w a n rrwrx rani laaaMb
om. J .fce t 9MBaS t
aM caaar mm mmr mus aan
tMa A vk I.-J'-
t T I nm f -
Br. hiwi rhaaaal FHfeu Man I bai Ur
torn tmni f i raranar t-rwcnamai ' 1
ar wjmam I i. aave pm at maw si
Ut Pieroe'a Pteaaaat Pellett teahtt
tbe toaaacb. liver aad hovel
tlalh r.iprrt In LakIc.
"Toaa" aatd a father to bis tan
wbo aebool report abowed Mas to
bae been aa Idle yoanc; acanrp. "what
bar yoo been atodyinc; tbla term 7"
"Lonlc. fataer." repBed Tata. "I eaa
prove yen are not ber now."
"Indeed: How tor
"Wall yoa most be either at Itome
"Ton are not at Homer"
Tben yoa mant be ilatwbsre"
"J oat ao."
"And ff yoa are dtewbere yea dear-
ly can't be here."
For a newer tbe fataer wak ap a cane
tbat lay aear aad laM It aatartly aero
lite son'a back.
"Dtm'tr cried Tom. "Yon are bnrt-
"Not at alL You nave nat proved
cotidoalTely tbat I am not beret so 1
can't be baiting yoa."
Hefore bla stern parent bad quite
dona wltb blm Tom felt tbat tbere
moat be after all a daw aomewbere In
bie kic.-Loridon Tlt-lllta.
An rtn r I r lll.r. '.
"Pat" aald a manacer to one of bla
workmen "yon moat be an early riaer.
I always find yon at work (he first
tblng In tbe morning."
"Indade and 01 am aor. It's a fam-
ily trait. Ol'm tblnkln."
"Tben your father wan an early riser
"Ma father la It? He rehwa tbat ear-
ly tbat If be went to bed a little later
he'd nv-et himself getttn up In tbe
. Itahrlnla Ilnaa.
KabelalK being oet of money once
tricked the police Into taking blm from
Marseilles to I'll lis on a charge of tr en-
nui lie made up some packages of
brick duat and labeled tbein "I'olaon
for tbe royal family." The oolcere
took Itabelul 700 mile only to be
told at the end ot their Journi y thot It
wa April 1 and tbe affair waa a hoax.
Of cour ii h ItnbelalH was the priv-
ileged wit of the roynt family he waH
Cranberries at Jake's.
The liability to disease is greatly
letfiened when the blood is in good con-
dition mill the circulation healthy and
vigorous. I-or then ail refuse matter
is promptly earned out of the system
otherwise it would rapidly accumulate
fermentation vould take place the
blood become polluted and the consti-
tution so weakened that a simple
mnlaiiy might result seriously.
A healthy active circulation means
good digestion and strong healthy
As n blood purifier and tonic S. S. S
has no equal. It is the safest and best
remedy for old people and children
because it contains no minerals but is
madecxclusively of roots and herbs
No other remedy so thoroughly and
cltcctualiy clcam.es the blood of im
itfBr. purities. At uie
ST (Tl same time it builds
up the weak and de-
jp LiliUtrd and rcno-
naW BaBF v:ln (III imf ir Clc.
tern. Ilcurrs pcriiiiiftitlyali mannei
of blx)d and slvin truuMes.
Mr. B. K. Kfllr.of Urbana O.. writes i
- i ni i-.':n un my nana anu laca lor
flvn yn.n. jt would break out In llttla
white tuatulfli crunta would form and
dropoff leaving tho akin rud nndlnUam-
oil. Tim ilooiora did mo no Rood. I used
nil tho medioatod aoap and aalveb wltlioul
banrdt. U. U. B. cured mo and my akin
ta oa olsar and anioolh as any ono'."
. Mrs. llnry Uiomlrlrcl.ot 0po May N.
J. rays that twenty-oiftj bottles of H. H. H.
ouref lierof Oancor of tho broast. Doo-
ton aad Irionda thought hor caio hope-
less. Itiohard T. Oardner Florancn B. C
aulfarsd lor years with Dolts. Two bot-
tles of U. H. H. put his blood In good con-
dition and tho lloils disappeared.
Send for our free book and write
our physicians about your case.
Medical advice free.
THE SWIFT SPECIflC CO ATLANTA OA.
FLOATING FAIR PLAN.
Micufaciur ers Greatly Interest-
ed Ia Proposed Enterprise-
rsQ&mzs fed zzzoiz eiceitzd
lUklhll Has Brr Brcaalird at Dal-
fU ts VI. II Ntllraa Oalf rrts la
Ikr rJI snt AehlT4 la a
tlsalLar Ca4rrlav.las la Ilaasbarr.
Tbe ivaai ttoa for a aaiMar espote-
tiaa to eaaabbt AaaetVaa aaaaafactarers
aad exporam ta exbabtt uaetr pooat at
tW deeri af tbe peeps ta wbotn tbey
desire to teJI tbem. reeeriUy saade by
O P. Aatcba tbe rbtef c f tbe bareaa of
stataaui of tbe treaaary dettnaeat at
Wast.rnrt'.a at reaoltiti 1c mocb dia-
ru cf tbe ratet not only
tbr&ueboat tbe l'n!t4 States bat Id
otber parta of tbe world says tbe St
Ioia 'jhybsUetoorrat. Le-ttcta are be-
ing ri i fd from tardus cvantrVj 'a
Europe and ess-a"V-re ojiklac hviui-
r recMrJina: the profed enterprise
and maay iaojnlrW frotr. u.ao a factor
era and oerrbanta In tbe t'ntted State
d.-:rlrif to partk-.pate is an naderuk-
lax of this rbaracter.
Tbe proposition aa ortrioally preaent-
ed ia Tbe Mailaaal eocrapbseal Man-
ila and before tbe national board of
trade by tbe caief of the bureau of sta-
tistic sanrCed tbat It woaM be much
toater to htdaee taote wbotn we wonld
make oar customers to ezamtne oer
Foods If carried to their doors than if
tbe roods were wt Bp ra an exposition
In tbe arJddte of tbe United States and
tbe worn reviled to cross tbe oceans to
examine tbem and tbat greater propor-
tionate resell in tbe ealar;en:ent of
ear foreign commerce wonld accrue
from Investments in exhibitions car-
ried te tbe doert of tke would be cus-
tomers rat ber than larje expenditure
In creating aoQciently rreat attrac-
tions to bring tbe woold be cmtomers
to our own door. To this end It waa
ucgeated tbat an exposition associa-
tion might be formed by manufacturers
and exporters wbleb could create a
guarantee fund wblcb woold entitle
tbe subscribers to a proportionate
amount of space In tbe rese! or ves-
sels carrying tbe exhibit tbls exhibit
wben completed to pas from port to
port alone tke coast of Sooth America
thence to tbe principal cities of Asia
and Oreanks. Africa and Europe and
tbeoce returning to tbe United States
occupying perhaps two years In tbe
trip and vistling tbe principal cities
and cono tries of tbe world.
Tbla KUgneatloo by tbe chief of tbe
bureau ef statistics has been followed
by tbe announcement tbat a floating
exhibition to visit tbe cities bordering
upon tbe gulf of Mexico and Carib-
bean t baa been organised at Buffalo
and will be made ready during the
summer and leave In tbe autumn of
tbe present year for tbat field and a
number of other enterprises of this
character have been suggested.
Tbe latest practical bit of Informa-
tion on tbia sobject and one which will
Intereat all tboce wbo have given tbe
matter serious attention has just reach-
ed the bureau of statistics In a state-
ment published In the Moaltetir Official
du Commerce Paris on March 23 re.
garding a floating exposition recently
organized In Hamburg Germany as
"The earliest exhibition of this kind
was organized about two years ago
and It must be said that the results of
the enterprise were In excess of tho
most sanguine expectations. Total
value of transactions $0230000. at a
cost of about $100000. Tbe details of
operation arc staled by the correspond-
ent as follows:
"The syndicate addresses to manu-
facturing and commercial firms circu-
lars explaining the purpose of tho ex-
hibition and the terms of participation.
As soon as the number of would be
participants Is large enough to permit
the loading of a vessel the exhibitors
Bend tholr samples to tho port of de-
parture. These samples aro then
mounted and exhibited on board tbe
vessel especially fitted for tbls pur-
pose. " 'Alongside of each exhibit tbere Is
an advertisement giving prices and
terms of sale. Sales agents represent-
ing cither tbe syndicate or tbo Indi-
vidual exhibitors furnish all desired In-
formation to visitors. Tbeso sales
ugeuts are chosen from among the
young men as well as tbe young wo-
men graduated from commercial
schools and speaking at least two lan-
guages. Interpreters are hired on the
spot In each country of a new lan-
guage. The sales agents besides see-
ing visitors aboard tho ship visit also
with their samples the towns In tbc In-
terior of the country. In such manner
the cost of transportation Is greatly re-
duced. Tho exhibitors pay to tho syn-
dicate a commission to bo deducted
from thu realized sales and In propor-
tion to the vnluo of the product.'
"Tbo report concludes with tho ex-
pression of the hope that French com-
mercial circles would appreciate tills
novel Idea and try to ucblevo even
more splendid results."
Clnlmril In lie Chnmplon Cotr of the
I". Tynor of Hiawatha ICnn. has a
cow which lie thinks cannot be equaled
In the west says the St. I-ouls Globe-
Democrat. Tbe nnlmnl Is only -1 years
old and Is 0 feet 11 Indies long 5 feet
8 Inches high 0 feet In girth and
weighs over a tori. She lias had seven
calves giving birth twice to twins and
once to triplets. Mr. Tynor values the
animal at 51.000 and Is putting ber In
condition to take to .the fut stock show
TENDER NO ONE ROOF in
been such a collection of
r. w displayed at onr Parlors.
& SPRING '
t 1901. j
e Fasbiosable Ready-to-Wear Hats in Endless Yariety.
tt Latest Frame Shapes and Trimmings for Special Orders.
V Srjr 'e desire to call your especial attention to our
V -uprior work in Hat building and onr Meii m Pkk ks.
Ei-try Hat have is an exa t copy of tho-e found in th-j--a
renters of Fa.-hion.
ARDMORE I. T.
BEGINS APRIL 2 0tli. lOOl.
This important branch will be thoroughly taught in
making entries posting taking trial balances declaring
profit making statements and drawing balance sheets in
simple partnership copartnership joint stock and corpo-
Terms FOUR MONTHS 20.00
Penmanship Arithmetic and
This conrse inclndes thorough drills in rapid business
writing rapid calculations in addition multiplication frac-
tions profit and loss percentage interest discount com-
mission etc. and a thorough drill in business forms such
as notes drafts letter writing receipts mortgages etc
Terms FOUR MONTHS $15.00
This conrse is given for the convenience of those who
may not have the time to attend the day sessions
Penmanship Arithmetic and Busi
ness forms 12.50
It is the purpose of the promoters of this Business
Nonral to benefit young men and young ladies who can
attend school only for a short period of time by giving them
a prr.ctical knowledge of the branches taught The work
will be almost identical with that done in Business Colleges.
Considerable expenses are necessarily incurred to pre-
pare for the work yet our terms nre very low.
One-half the tuition will be required in advance; the
other half at the end of two months.
Profs. J R. HENDRIX and WALTER RUDISILL.
Headquarters for Hardware
We aie the acknowledged leaders In
Building HarduJare Poultry Wire
Batri Tabs Tar?ks Wirid fljiils
GUtterir? Well Tabirjfi
and the celebrated-
Bridge & Beach Cook Stoves and Steel Ranges
Ret our prices before buylngi
Practical Tinners and Plumbers
ARDMORE I. T.
t -v SMOKE THE aTa !
44HELEN HUNT ClGARi f
An A I Havana Filler for 5 Cents.
; &tT No better "igar can bo bought for any prico '!
::I J. Hi. PENMINGTON & GO. Distributors.
YOUNG & HEINTZ
'Attthinery Mill I Gin Supplies
' High Grade
"Writff what yoa want.
the City has there ever before
Fashionable Millinery as is
i i &
$ nusis ii if
l I Sriiaira and I
V Gainesville f
Tui- I Its
four months ..
Belting a Specialty.
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