The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 196, Ed. 1, Sunday, June 16, 1901 Page: 1 of 10
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AliMORK. IND. TER. SUNDAY MORNLNd JTNIi 1(5 l)01.
1 One Year SS J
t. P. ANDERSON B. F. FRENSLEY C. L. ANDERSON S. M. TORBETT
President. Vice President. Cashier. Asst. Ctsbr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ardmorc Indian Territory.
Designated Depository for Bankruptcy funds in Chickasaw Nation.
Capital Paid Up.
Tho oldoit bnnk In Indlnn Torritory. Accounts of Arms and Individuals
solicited upon tho most llbcrul terms consistent with good banking.
A CHOICE dwelling
vision of future Happi
ness. Every dollur paid out
for n home 1ms n string tied
to it and comes back to the
original owner. What is
paid out is put in the pocket.
We have a list of thii better
class of dwelliuge for sale.
If you want a homo we huvo
a nice list to select from
BRUCE I ROBERTS
w iv tf k v v -vir m- f ir w w a w w w -mr '
MARKETS OF GERMANY. SCHWAB ON SUCCESS.
Their Importance Pointed Out Sound Advice For Boys From
In Consular Reports. j Head of the Steel Trust.
TEUTONS BOW TO YANKEE SKILL. "LEAHN TO BE SELF RELIANT."
Inporlorit)- of Amrrloiui MrtlioiU cict Your Slnrt Knrlr. !! Snr'i "
ItcoKiilrril Grrnt liiiiriirmrnt ul I Sure Menim of DnltiK Si Arc tr
Trmlu In Mnt'lilnery 1'riini I'nltril I (. Intr rented In Vimr "Work mill to i
Miitr-n Driiiiinil I'nr Ntrucliiriil I n It llrtttT Tliiui Otlii-r lli Story
A.J. WOLVKRTON J. A. HIVENS DON LAOY A. H. PALMER
President. Vlco-Pros. Cashier. Ass't Cashier
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Capital and Surplus
Accounts of arms and Individuals solicited.
Accorded all alike.
Iron Our ll-vrrnlli!p Clnllm ISslcii-
Tlio Importance or Germany's mar-
kets to tho L'nlted States Is sot forth In
the latest from "Commercial Relations
of the United States" made public the
other day by Kredurlc Emory chief ot
the bureau of foreign commerce of the
Consul Driindnge ot Alx-ln-Chapollc
says there was placed In that city
Alioiit II. C. I'rleli.
Charles M. Sehivab. president of tho
United .States Steel corporation deliv
ered nn address tho other evening to
tho graduating class of the St. George's
Evening Trade school at the com
mencement exercises In the Memorial
building In New York. Mr. Schwab
was Introduced by Chairman Prank E.
Ilngeineyer ns n man who had fought
buttles and won victories In the strtig-
within tho last yenr approximately gle of life and therefore was well quat-
BUY THE BEST
The following merchants only are handling Eupion Oil in Ardmore:
Pcttitt Bros. W. A. Payne
M. F. Bomar W. A. Davis
Skipworth & Culluni Porter Staples
A. A. Bailey S. E Jenkius
J. A. Bodowitz 0. Crosbv.
Kendall & McChareu.
W. S. WOLVERTON & SON
Fire Accident Heal
Only first class companies represented.
We solicit your patronage and guarantee
Office up stairs in Ilandol building East Main St. Ardmore.
Rhono No. va
YOUNa & HEINTZ
Machinery Mill t Gin Supplies
High Grade Belting a Specialty.
"Write for what yon want?
B. P. 0. E.
Tne Best Pants on
They have just arrived. The
prettiest line - you ever looked f
RINGER BROS t
No Trouble to Show Them.
$250000 worth of American mnchluery.
The mnrket for structural Iron and
hardware Is large and tho best wny to
pla'c American goods of this class Is
through the architects.
Consul Hughes of Coburg says that
trade In American agricultural machin-
ery has Improved greatly since tho lo
cal fair held some months ago nt
which these articles wero exhibited
Our tooli Mr. Hughes bays simply sell
themselves by their superiority of
uinko. lightness durability etc. Amer
ican locks at Inst have been Introduced
and are "considered wonderful In their
Consul Llcber of Dussoldorf notes
that several arms In that city devote
themselvos almost exclusively to tho
Importation of American machine tools
nud their business Is nourishing. Mnny
American articles nre exhibited in tho
stores such as writing desks type
writers petroleum stoves washing ma
chines and other household goods and
nil seem to sell well. There Is a con
stnutly Increasing demand for pitch
Consul Harris says that our goods
have n foIUI footing In the Mannheim
consular district especially In the Hues
of Iron and wood working machinery
pumps cash registers olllce furniture
photographic supplies sowing ma
chines bathtubs lawn mowers and
rakes shoos lubricating oil etc. In
food supplies canned meats California
fruits etc.. are popular.
Consul Sawter of Glauehau says that
the Germans regard American progress
n the manufacturing of textiles as re
markablc. Not only has tho American
Vinita I. T. June 15 Sena-
tor J. K. Hastings district cup.
who was wholly Interested In his work tain of Dolawaro district for tho
manufacturer adopted every mnchlne and was not watching the clock to seo D0Winn"- rmrtv. has called a
tries thnt could be used to advantage one tlio manager wanted ami no was t-n-nuu m uu uvm ui.
but mor- than this he has brought In- taken Into the olllce and as ho contln- tho VOtlug prcclnts in Dolawaro
genulty and enterprise to bear against
the slower thoroughfare of the German.
Tho employment of the Itabbath spin
die. for Instance which makes 10000
revolutions per minute has saved
Vmerlcnn manufacturers It Is estimat
ed over $100000000 since Its ndoptlon lug to It always that tho men had good bo hold at two places slmultuu-
water.cool water and plenty of It. that cously on tho same date 0110 at
was tiikcii Into tho olllce. where he be- Aft0n and th 0ther at Gr0V0-
came In .time superlntendent'nnd twea Each convention will select a
general manager and ho is now tho candidate for Senator and three
mini unit is 111 iiiu tii-uu ui iuu hiuat u-r. .1. ...... ..-.1 1 il
cameglo company with thousands of members of tho council and the
men under him. As a boy he did more selections thus made by the two
than tho ordinary run of boys did and conventions of two senators and
u niimi.ii.-u niiBuuun nuu mui u . lvmu0 nt u ! !i
the secret of his tlrst step upward. I .UuUli mil
"I was In a bank down town tho oth- 00 tno canuidatos 01 tho Down.
Hied to give boys advice that was
founded on practical experience.
"I will speak to you."' began Mr.
Schwab "Just ns though you had cou.e
to my olllce asking for advice nud the
llrst thing I will say to you Is to come
alone. Don't come with somebody's
backing. Learn to rely upon yourself.
That Is tho llrst lesson. If you come
Indorxed by somebody of liilluence It
nlwnys will leave room for others to
say thnt whatever position you may
got you got It by Inlluence and not lie-
cause of your Individual merit. No
true success Is built on Inlluence. You
must win your positions for yourself.
"Then hero Is nnothor thing that Is
essential: You must do whnt you an;
employed to do a little better than any
body else does It. Everybody Is ex
pected to do his duty but the boy who
does hi duty and a little more than his
duty Is the boy who Is going to sue
ceed In this world. You must take an
Interest In what you are doing and It
must be n genuine Interest."
Here Mr. Schwnb told n story which
everybody understood referred to him-
self says the New York Sun. After
ward he told another story which It
was equally well understood referred
to 11. C. Prick. The stories follow:
"There were ton boys employed by n
concern once and one night tho man
ager sdd to his subordinate: 'Tell tlio
boys they nro to stay a little longer to
night. Tell them that they are to stay
until 0 o'clock. Don't tell them why.
Just tell them that and watch them.
So this was done and when 0 o'clock
came around there was Just one boy
I .t t .....
Al urn 11Pn is a queer tcllow. He thinks
1 TTl OlUtU he is keeping you in the dark
Mofi but you can see right through
"flU him. Now in busi . ess it is
bad policy to be two sided. Everything in business
should bear the light. No announcement should be
made that can pot be fulfilled to the very letter. It is
after this fashion that our business is conducted. We
are not owls. The light doesn't hurt us We crave it.
We crave honest criticism and critical comparison with
any competitor. We'll abide the result. It ought not
to be against us. Our prices w
on Clothhing Hats ! Fur- CRAIG BROS
nishing will bear the light. n7nnfn V V-
l ...w.- -
Bill of Fare.
FOn TO-DAY'S DILL OI? PARK.
Cherry Sliorliot line an split .Ilk.
Chocolnto Ico Oronm.
Pineapple lee Cream.
Vanlla loo Cream.
Ice Cream anil Hoila S anil lOo.
Freili lot of I.ownej'd duntlior'
anil Hurler' candles Jimt received.
GalKurnln fruits only at our placo.
Our Coca Uolt anil Dr. r.ppor nro
pure as well as all our otaer drkiks.
We only sell the bottof evcrythlutr.
The Confectioner of the
ueu to manifest tlio same In teres " district on Juj.. n t0 select del
his work lie was promoted until at last ' .
he got a very responsible place.
"Then there was another boy.
began carrying water nnd ho did It
so much better than any other hoy see
egatos to a general convention
Ho to bo held on July 1G.
The general convention will
In 1870. Tho consul continues
''Knch year records progress In Amer
ica to tho Germans' regret In lncreas
Ing tho output of mills without a rela
tlvo Increase In cost of production and
as no standard Is considered too high
Improvements are constantly noted In
weaving dyeing and finishing goods
and In fact In every branch of tho In-
dustry. There is no doubt that tho
American manufacturer spends more
money than his competitors In Ger
"In Saxony for some months thcro
have boon rumors of unfavorable Euro-
Dean conditions. .Manufacturers nro
keeping their factories running on ran
tcrlals which while excellent In every
particular lack that quality known as
novelty which produces rapid sale at
good prices In America ocrman man
ufacturers are almost on tho vcrgp or
acknowledging defeat and arc ready
and willing at this moment to tnko
Ideas from America. Within tho past
year American opinions have gained
tremendous ascendnncy In German and
In European circles generally. The
once despised American manufacture
tho otico laughed at American Ideas of
dress aie now tho thing nnd tills fact
Is realized by tho German mauufactur
er. American women of wealth and
position nro positive people In the Eu
ropenn markets. They know whnt they
want to buy and Insist on getting It.
They reject the bizarre productions of
German manufacturers and tenen tliem
how to mako goods smart effectlvo and
neat. Lacking now style German
goods are not now being sought for.
"Tho reversible cloths wnlcu nro
mndo In tho United States have becomo
an article of general use In Germany
aro extensively copied nnd nre now tho
stylo In high priced goods In tho Ger
man capital. Germany Intends to hold
her grip upon manufacturing Interests
In tho market however nnd will emu
er day when a nowsboy came In nnd ing party for tho election to be
buiu vuu uuu.ui u uaici. aim uu unu
gone out the banker said to mo: 'For
two years now that boy has been com
ing In here at tho tlmo I told him to
como 2 o'clock. He does not como bo-
fore 2 nor after 2 but at 2 precisely.
He has sold mo u paper every week-
hold on the first Monday in next
The ladies of Ardmore should
take advantage of the special sale
day lii that way when I have been hero of fine millinery this week by J. J.
without a break. rinMiai K bio n.l
uc sens it ror just i cent its price-
Ho neither asks more nor seems to
expect more. It Is a cold commercial
transaction. Now a boy that will at
tend to business In that way has got
stiilr In him. Ho doesn't know it yet
but I am going to put him in my bank
nnd you will seo that he will be heard
"Another thing boys nnd thnt Is get
an early start. Tho boy In business
who starts with n manual school cdu
cation nt 17 or 18 will get a start that
tho boy who goes through college will
never catch up with other things being
equal. That does not apply to the pro
fessions of course only to business.
Out of -10 men I know who nre great
leaders In tho business world only two
are college graduates."
All tho Negroes Implicated In thai
Louisiana Tragedy floved.
S?irovoport Lv. Juno 15.
Prophet Smith Felix Hamilton
and Amanda Edwards wero tak
en at ono o'clock today to tho
juil at Benton. Tho journey was
mndo without Incident.
Lato this afternoon tnou from
Bossior camo hero for moro ropo
and it was rumored that tivo
would bo hanged tonight.
The funeral of Mr. Poster
was largely attendod this after
Hon Benton McMlllln ar.d
wife Mr. Will Foster aud wlfo
and Miss Besslo Felix of Louis
ville Ivy. vvero tho grief strick
en ones who followed tho re
mains to tho grave.
Other relatives romaiued at
homo unable to witness tho last
sad rites. Tho lloral emblems
wero iu most beautiful designer
and literally covered tho ontlro
lot at tho cemotory.
Tho Foster family opposes
the lynching of tho innocent ne-
groes aud through rospect for
them many may bo Pparod.
Tho governor's telegram to
protect tho prisoners had a
The name plate "White Ele-
phant" adorns the best buggy on
the market. Bivens & WiMliams
sell and guarantee them. 21dwtf
Chief D. E. Booker who has
been confined to his room for two
or throe days was reported better
Slippers oxfords and Bboert this
week at your offer at Leather wood
Fielder's. 16 3t
New folding beds Chiffonier's
book cases leather couches and
China eases are a few of the new
goods 1 have just received. Sold
Into American Ingenuity nnd enterprise on easy payments if yon wish.
until her products again succeed." 0. R. JONES.
n 1 1 t it I
A beautifnl line of ladies shirt lempie win uoiu a prohibition
11 m l mi s- I .
waists this week at less than cost. eiecuon ne" mebiiay. xneonnst-
Lbathsrwood & Fielder. lC-3t iun PeoPe have had several revivals
it.-..- ..... ly Rt looked
cldo there U no apparent reason. A l" H"
lafn vrloffm milnMn hurl nnml I ICiKtlL.
eon and the case excites all tho Let a woman have her will and
more pity. 'she'll give herself away.
Queen of the Nation Flour
Armour's Meat Products in full
Armour's Line ot Sfiap?i;-
Leave your orders for Oats and Can i Se a
Car of each expected any day. f I
'IT JA 1
notch in quality the"
that all others try to
Sole Distributing Agents Ardmore I. T.
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