The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 169, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 15, 1901 Page: 4 of 10
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THE DAILY ARM10REITE.
SIDNEY HUOOB. Proprietor.
riblUh.d Ererr Attrrnoon (8torai
eplJ) Hnndr Hornlni.
Offlca of publication. Court Btrtut
aiared at tbe roitolBcf t Ar4??'. M
iVeonJ I oI.m mall mattar. Wot. .'
OFFICIAL JOURNAL CITY OF ARDMORE
THE CHICKASAW NATION.
AIo tbi- Offlcil Ortn tor tb
OIUOKABAW STOCK ASSOCIATION
of the Indian Territory.
Oalf Colorado and Santa Pt Kail-tar.
l?tnnamlChleairo EiprM ';"
OlVborn. and Kan.aa Cltr Kxpreaa 6:11 p.m.
fl.lreiton and Chlcairn Eiprm '
W. B. Kbma. rienerM I'Mienaer Airent
USe MB LOng UIS1JBI.B icich"uic
:: AND CALL ri
Phone No. G
If you want tUo Aiidiioiiuitk.
Ardmokk Wkhnebday May r.
NOriCB TO TUB PUBLIC.
Any erroncouB reflection upon tho
character Btnmling or roputntlon of
any person firm or corporation
which may nppoar In tho columns of
tho Abdmoiieiti: will bo gladly cor-
roctod upon Its being brouf-ht to tho
attontlon of tho publishor.
'aiVE mo your band" tho young
Ab bo sat with MIbs Anteelt
He meant to toll hor fortune;
But ore tho youth could speak
Hbo KVO a Hop ecstatic
Anil reached for a caress
And sbrlokod "Oh this Is Budtlonl
Hut yos oh yeB! oh yosl"
A Fkekch paper notes thnt
America eon lose at gambling
without getting desperate ami
wnntiDL' to create n riot. Thoro is
nothing like practice to make per
Tub city was treated to
thorough cleaning last night by
tbe heavy ruiufaU. Speed tbe day
when Ardnioro will bavo n syotein
of wnturworku and can Hush the
cutters whenever necessary.
Pkhiiaps it is a L'ood thintr that
the speculative fever is not con
fined to one spot or sectiou of the
country. Tbe scattering of its
good and bad effects leaves the
couutry in au evenly balanced if
The arrest of twenty women in
Chicago for frequenting suloons
has raised tho ouestiou "whether a
woman has tho right to drink in a
Rnloon tho same as a mail" The
saloon men have appealed to tbe
circuit court for n decision.
Ovek iu London tho Kothschild
delivered an nltimatuui to John
Piernont Morgan statiug that if
bo tried to engineer a financial
aeusation in Loudon they would
smash several of his deals. J- 1
took tbe hint nud let them alone.
town is on the upward
Denison Herald says
that is tbe timo to keep on pushing
it. That's the status of Ardmore
today aud the idea is never let it
stopi if you do it may be hard to
start it. Tbe town that is kept
olimbiuL' bv its people who are
pushing will soou be counted
the top of the bost of them-
The Ex-Coufederates Sous and
Daughters of Ardmoro will leav
hereon the Hi 38 train Sunday
morning. May 20. to attend tbe
Memphis reunion. Ardmore cau
not afford to have this special car
leave here without appropriate dee
orations. A program of speech
making should be arrnuged that
morninc nt tho depot to bid the
old soldiers good obeer and God
sneed on their journey aud wish
for them the pleasure of attendiug
mauv other great reunions before
thev ioin Lee. Davis uud otbei
who bavo gone before. Tho deco-
ration of the oar will bo appre-
ciated by tbe old soldiers and will
bo n big advertisement for Aid
more. This matter must not bs
TOLD BY TELEPHONE.
Word Whispered in Our Ear From
Inland Towm In the Territory
J. C Faust and daughter went
to Ardmore today.
Hob Scivally aud family are at
Nev. Gage of Cumberland is
Dr. Drown and family left yos-
terday for Itavlft.
Dr. Sullivan was called to Cleve-
land Texas this morning to see
his brother's wife who is quite
l.-ggrs. Denton and Jones of
Ardmore are here.
There was singing nt the church
The farmers are m town today
in good spirit owing to the recent
During tho wind and thunder
torm last night lightning struck
tbe livery barn of McCulley & Up-
bur killiug two horns and a dog.
One of the horses belonged to the
barn and the other to Dr. Sbull.
Luther Tarcenton n young
clerk while arising from bis bed
esterday morning necidently
knocked a pistol from under bis
pillow upon the lloor. The weapon
was discharged the bullet striking
him in tbe calf of tbe leg caiuiug
painful but not dangerous
it AVI A.
The work on tbe new building is
being pushed to completion.
Payne Fnircbild is quite sick.
T. W. Lytton returned yester
day from Uavio where he organ
ized a Woodmen camp.
Lnm Shart of Durwood is here
in the interest of the marble works
A new cold drink stand has been
put iu here.
W. 8. Glass of Teller is here.
Wo now hnvo telephone conneo
tiou with Oklahoma City. Tho
Chickasaw and tho Missouri-Kan
sas telephono compauies now liav
ing connection nt tho Love thus
having n direct wire all along the
Mrs. W. B. Frame of Ardmoro
is visiting here.
Night Operator Bodeford of this
place has beeu transferred to Davis
and the Western Union has dis
continued the night ofllco hero.
M. F. Boinar is absent in Okla
boma on business. Abo Wolver-
ton who has been conuected with
tho store since it was established
will have charge during Mr. Bo
mar's absence. 10 lit
Names for Cemetery.
To show that some interest iu a
fitting name for our cemetery has
been aroused we append a list of
u'dozeu names which bavo been
sent or handed iuto the Ahdmohe
ite ofllce. The names nre given
in the order iu which thoy wero re
The purchasing committee of th
Choctnw right of way wishes to sny
to the subscribers who have failed
to pay up their subscriptions thnt
thoir money is out nud thoy cannot
buy ouy more proporty until inoro
monoy is paid in. It is to be hoped
that tho subscribers can mnko somo
kind of arraugemeuts to pay up
Skipwortb & Culluin have a full
line of Van Camp's celubrated
There's greater demand made on the
strength of the mother whtn nuislne than at
any other time She has Just Rone through
the a hock and
train of maternl
its lowcft and the
food ahe eat must
nourish two live.
The natural re
suit la that the
around for a
tonic" and gen-
erally Gnilt her
tonic In the
form of a stimu-
lant which not
only Rives the
mother no real
Mrmgth but i an
injury loth child
It i the cutlcurri nt It -limi.ny of women
who have ued Lir 1'ii-rce I'avntite Pre-
scription. th.it it n the mwt perfect pre-
paration fur motherhood and all it func-
tion which ha ever betn discovered. It
prepares the way for baby' advent Riving
tbe organs of birth vigor and elasticity. It
osUbluhea aucta a crndition of health that
nervounteva anxiety and morning fofcn4
are unknown. With thla condition come
a healthy flow of nourishment for the child
which enablea the mother to gratify the
ftadet instinct of matrrnity.
"Two years n I utd two bottle of Doctor
Pierce's I'svnfitr I'rcarrtfitfon and In April a
nice lal.y was jn. before the doctor came"
writes Mrs Kalir Aulikrr f;4 Pat Street. Alii-
aace Ohi. t was not very sick. Babv la now
U months old and weight to pourda. Now
I eapect another about August and I am
again takinjr th Favorite prescription ' and
feet very well. Several neighbors are using Dr.
Pierces raeutcint through my telling the
about it. One lady says - ttefure commencing
Dt Pieree'a Favorite prescription I had to vomit
very day but alter I got the medicine from the
first spoonful that t l'k t stopped vomiting. '
It hat done the same thing for mt U it a God-
send for women "
No alcohol in any form is contained
In " Favorite Prescription." neither opium
nor other narcotics This cannot truth-
fully be said of any other medicine espe-
cially designed for women and sold
Sick women are Invited to consult Dr
Pierce by letter free of all eha;Ve. Bverr
letter is treated as strictly private and
sacredly confidential and all replies are
enclosed in plain envelopes bearing no
printed matter whatever Address Dr.
K. V. Pierce Buffalo. N. Y.
CAN NOT 1)10 FOR OIL HERE.
C0.1I and Asphnltum Only Can He
The Ardmore Mercantile nnd
Mining company which was or-
ganized a few weeks ago in Ard-
more with a view of investigating
and developing anything that they
might find in tbe Indian Territory
in quantities sufficient to pay
have been corresponding with tbe
secretary of the interior regarding
their future plans-
Mr. W. M. Robertson a mem
ber of tbe eompany. told jour re-
porter that he had received n
lengthy letter from tbe secretary
explaining fully just what they
could do and what they could not
The secretory says thnt you cau
not bold oil lands 111 tbe Indian
Territory nor can you hold and
w'ork lends for any kiuds of min
eral except coal and aephnltutn.
Tho Curtis bill and tbe Atoka
agreement lays down aud specifies
how anyone can secure land for
the purpose of get) ing out coal aud
asphnltmn but does not specify
So if you have oil on your place
you oau't do anything with it for
it belongs to the red man aud
even tho red man (individually)
can't do anything with it.
Those screen doors at the Laid-
law company's are going like hot
cakes. Cause good goods right
Ed. Colbert was fined $7 G5 yes-
terday beforo Judge Gait for
Horses and AUiles Wanted.
Will buy all colors except white
and light gray : 15 to 1C hands high;
fl to 8 years old in good condition.
18tf J. E. Bowles
Bowles' Livery Stable
Ardmore I. T
Indian Territory Appointments.
Cotnmauder-in-Chief of the
Sons of Confederate Veterans has
placed tbe following prominent
Sous ou important committees for
tbe Memphis reunion:
Woman's Monumental Commit
tee X. R Tisdal Ardmore.
Historical Committee W. M.
Relief Committee J. T. Chan-
Mouuineutal Committee W. II.
Rader Lono Grove.
Finance Committee G. H. Col
Tho only hotel in Mannsville ou
tho Choctaw railroad. Is doing n
fine business in fact crowded.
Roasons for selling ill health of
family. Terms cash.
9;lm Mannsville I. T.
M. S. Osborne was arrested at
Berwyn yesterday by Deputy Hen
son obarged with introducing ond
selling. Ho gave bond and was
The Closing Exercises Will Begin on J
Friday May 17.
The following program has beeu
arranged for the closing exercises
of Hargrove college which will
liegin next Friday May 17th.
This hour will be given to Mies
and her primaries interspers-
ed with music by the Mandolin
club and piano.
SATt'KDAY MOKNIXO 10 a. m.
Contest for gold medal by the
ud Iltnry W. Grady socie-
ties. Literary address by Key. E. D.
A musical recital.
Contest for two gold medals.
2. The elocution class.
Commencement sermon by Bish
op It. K. Hargrove of Nashville
Sermon by Rev. Sam J. Thomp
son presiuiug eluer 01 UKianoma-
Essays and orations.
Address by Rev. L. M. Broyles
of Oklahoma City.
When you want to sell your
second hnnd goods dou't fail to
see me. aS-ltn W. II. Rooehs.
Sash rods and
C- R. Jones.
curtain poles at
Sam Davis Camp.
Sam Davis Camp. U. S. of C.
V. held au interesting meeting
lust night nt tbe city hall. Col.
T. J. Johnson and Capt. John L.
Gait were visitors nnd each made
n very interesting talk to tbe Sons.
Sam Davis Camp is entitled to
seven votes in tbe reunion and in
cise no delegate is nreseut X- R.
Tisdal was given tbe power to np
point some one to cast tbe vote for
Rev. J. W. Morris was elected
Eyery member should make im
mediate payment of his dues so
that the camp moy be reported iu
good standing at Memphis.
Furniture sold on easy pay
ments if you wish at the furni
ture and carpet house of C. R.
Tbe Akdmokeite has for sale in
any quantity to small purchasers
100 reams of 24x30 blank news
paper at lowest market price.
A New Postofflce.
' A Washington dispatch dated
May 12 informs us that a United
States postoffice has been establish
ed at Mndill with Richard II
Everett ns postmaster. The office
will be a great convenience to that
growing little city ns tho people
have had to go to Oakland for
their moil. Tbe ofllce will be put
in operation just as soon as the
necessary preliminary arrange
ments bave.beeii made. Iu the
ch'oic for postmaster it is doubt
ful if a better selection than Mr
Everett could have beeu made
He is a quiet unassuming accom
uiodating business gentleman and
not without experience in tho
work. Success to Madill and her
Eor Sale Cheap.
One 30 horse power boiler aud
25 horse power engine just rebuilt
One Xo. 4 saw mill all com
ploto with fittings and fixtures.
Four yoke of fine work steers
together with yokes bows chains
One 5 by 5 log wagon with Cant
books and rolling chains.
This is tbe place to get a com
plete saw mill outfit cheap.
Apply Suggs & Bros. Berwyu
I. T. where tho entire outfit can
be Beeu. d&w
Necessities go in
' pel us to sacrifice our gonus. We
have already leased our store to J. H. Speigle and must
give possession. To show you we submit prices:
4 pounds Arm and Hammer Soda.
4 cans Eagle Lye
4 cans Giant Lyo
Ladies' Bonnets neatly made of good material each 15c
A good Jumper 20c
Men's Work Shirts - .20o
Tubular crank-lift Lantern best made 55c
A handsome Berrv Set.....fc. COc
Good Lamp Chimneys Xo. 1 or 2 each 5c
In addition to above we have a big stock of Hats Shoes
Towels Lace Thread Dishes Tinware and innumera
ble other things. All must go.
SPECIAL A big variety of Specta
eles. Can tic any one's eyes.
GLOVER & WOLFE
North sidr Main St.
West Main SI
Everything Kept in a High
Goods Delivered "on Time"
GEO. HOFFMANN & CO.
i'i i'i i'i i'i i'i Arti1; i'i ii ii t i
BEGINS A.131-2IL 2 9tli. 1901.
This important braucb will be thoroughly taught in
makiug entries posting taking trial balances declaring
profits making statements and drawiug balance sheets iu
simple partnership copartnership joint stock aud corpo-
Terms FOUR MOXTIIS S20.00
Penmanship Arithmetic and
This course includes thorough drills in rapid business
writing rnpid 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-FOUK MOXTUS $15.00
' v -
This course is given for tbe convenience of those who
m?7 not have the time to attend the dav sessions
TeruiF Bookkeepiug four months .$15.00
I'eumauship Arithmetic nnd Busi-
ness forms 12.50
Penmanship . . 10.00
It is the purpose of the promoters of this Business
Xorirol to benefit young men nnd young ladips who cau
attend school only for n short period of time by giving them
n ptactical knowledge of tbe branches taught Tbe work
will bo almost identical with that done in Business Colleges.
Considerable expenses are necessarily incurred to pre-
paro for the work yet our terms are very low.
One-half tbe tuition will be required in advance; the
other half at the end of two months.
Profs. J t HEHDRIX'anMALTER RUDISILL.
Prompt attention will
be given to all Sanitary
work. Notify me thro'
the postoffice. Box 704
Quickest time from the Santa Fe
to tho Frisco Railroad between
Sapulpn and Denison.
Good Teams and Fast Drivers. .
Dougherty I. T.
OUT OUR STOCK.
Circumstances over which we have
no control force us within a few
dpys to retire from busines and com-
The Prices We
are offering have
never been dupli-
to Any Part of
i'i i'i a. i'; i'i i'i .
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t. - VT -7
Meets all trains. Good
prompt service:. Wire
J. R. BLYTHE
Make wholesome ice cream at
home. Buy your freezers from
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