The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 73, Ed. 1, Sunday, January 26, 1902 Page: 6 of 8
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INTERESTING COURT DECISION.
Doctrine Announced By the Supreme
Court In a Damage Suit
Muskogee. I. T. Jan 2 u m.
porta at decision h Just b-n lin ! !
down by Die UnltW Stat if miprmi.
' ourt. In ISM there waa a h'-i I r !
olliaioti of two freight train !' !.
Keanut an! Suatb Canadian in h h
the Ireroaa. Wa. H. Clllott. Vi "
l. Tho collision was caui i.y an
order five by a train dispatcher.
The widow aad Inor children
broasM an It against the railroad com
pony which resulted to a wrJ let of
tTiW' The oaae waa carried to thr
prs roart of the trotted States
which roan arsd the declaim rf
the lower court.
Thf two points 'J lot rent to the ci-n
twl paMtc ara that Ihla caae raaalrma
the doctrine that the aosdlgence of a
trnla diapatcher fa the aiacnarge of
hii dotie i aMUgaace of the mt
and tho master la UaMe fox aav In-
jury r "iHln- thorefroav even though
the prn tajarvd ha a ro-eaiplor uf
the company with the train dispatcher.
Bat far murf Important than thl Is
that It le-lde fa adopting the stat-
utes f ind in the :haptr of Mans-
SeM's Jilgent entiticd "Pteadiaa: and
Prsatie ronarevt meaat to and did
extend o r and put la fore In the In-
dian Territory the Arhaana statute
Siring a right of art too for wrongful
killing of a human being aad provid-
ing that whatever ta recoveied in such
action shall he distributed to the wid-
ow aad aest of kin of the deceased
in the proportion provided by law la
lelaOoa to tho distribution of person-
al property left by person dying with-
out a will.
LA GRIPPE coughs often coatiaua
for months and sometimes lead to fa
tal results after the patient Is sup-
posed to hare pasaed the danger point
Foley's Honey and Tar affords posi-
tive protection and security from
BONNBIt & BON'NBR.
FORCED INTO BRITISH ARfaY.
Sad Tale Told by Two New Orleans
Boys British Prejudice.
New Orleans. Jan. 26. Fer ' na.n1
and Francis Hlrero. two New Orleans
boys who .want to South Africa four-
tern months ago and were reported
dead returned hare today! Thy serv
ed In the First IHiialana regiment
during the Spenth-Aemlcan war.
Fourteen months atpi they went to
South Africa In search of adventure
and were Impressed Int i the British
army as won as they landed under
penalty of being w-nt to Jail If they
did not enlist. They served with Oor
ringer's flying column and were cap
tured by the lioers near Mlddleburg
They report that there are many otli
or American like themselves similar
)y impressed In the British service
unit the men are greatly abused and
ill-treated and that a very strong
prejudice against the Americans pre
vails in the ranks of the British army
REMARKABLE CURE FOR CROUP
A Little Boy's Life Saved.
I havo a few words to say regard
lng Chamberlain's Cough Itemed.' It
saved my little boy 8 life and I foe
Uint I cannot praise It enougn.
bought a bottle of It from A. K
Stoere of Gooodwin S. D. and when
I p.ot home with It the poor baby
could hardly breathe. I gavo the
medlclno as directed overy ten tuiU'
utos until he "threw up" and then I
thought suro he was going to choke
to death. We had to pull tho phlegm
out of his mouth In great long
strings. I am positive that If I had
not got that bottle of cough medicine
my boy would not be on earth today
Joel Domont. Inwood Iowa. For
sale by City Drug Store F. J. Ksmsey
SUIT FOR THIRTY HOUSES.
Litigation at South McAlester Involv
ing $100000 Worth of Property
A Btilt involving $100000 worth of
'property was heard In tho Federal
court hero today. This suit Is for pos
session of about thirty houses and
lots In South McAlester. The houses
were built by K. D. Chadlrk while
manager of the Choctaw Coal and
Hallway company. Prime K. Shuttle
the appellant claims that the houses
were built for htm and that when the
n-nts paid for the const ruction the
houses were to become his absolute-
ly He now asks fer an accounting
find claims that he Is entitled to the
The houses were built about 12
years ago upon what was then
known as Indian land and wen built
by the railroad company for the use
of its employes. Since that time tho
botiso and lots have been sold Co pn
vato parties. A decision will not be
rendered for several days.
Moore's Pilules are a guaranteed
cure for all forms of malaria ague
chills and fever swamp fevor Jaun
dice malarial fever bilious fever Ml
iousness fetid breath and a tired list
less feellng.They cure rheumatism
and the lassitude following blood pol
son produced from malarial poisoning
No quinine. No arsenic acids or Iron
Do not ruin stomach and teeth. En
tlrely tasteless. Price 60c per box. Dr
C. C. Moore Co.. No. 310 North Main
St. St. Louis. Mo. Sold by W. B
Frame City Drug Store.
Few people can u: I' r-Und the feel-
injr uf l'ir );;l".t . h i - ' i ng counted
out Hr hear t'l" woim- (irked off.
He struggle to ne. lit t niggles in
vain. He has kst the fight. y
There are some wt-o .irr ma Vine a
losing fight for life that ran appreciate
tbu . thoMr who laogs are UMaM.il.
With rverv tick of ike watch they know
that tber are being counted oot.
The great question is bow can a mtKk I
rally be inside to continue toe fteht
against disease ' Many who have assed
that aueation have found a satisfactory 1
answer in the ue of Ik. Pierce s uosttea
Medical thsmverv It cure bronchitis.
obsttna'.?. drcp-swAted coughs hentor-
rhairr. uieht -aweatji. eniaciatiOH. and
other ntnoitiows which if negtected or
unskilfully treated may find a fatal
termination ia consutnptioa.
Whm I aoanml ukiw Dr. ISrer'
Coldra Mwt1 IMwrrrr wr-i Mr jatn T
nms m jtmnam. it.nrwn u atk . -i was
rnr kw wttb oaae. aad wuM at tlwn tpti
ttfsMoad I'WMiMrlx'l --y wrfc a all
waa tntik aad tajr hat w ; ay. The frt
knulr I took Mm mix i jaai that I had
iauh ia U aad nMlnnl mfl t kad taken
vrirt aotllca Now I do iv look Wut aar ftr'
NV the saaar aaa a I a )-ar ago. raiinlc
wen MloalaWd aad ! ihrrdtd am thiak I
oaM U t aaa UaVfulfjr Mf that I am
eatirvlr rated of a dia frata which had rt
aal brre lor roar woadrrial ' Dticonri ' I would
There arc caret behind even claim
made for the Dttcovery." which no
just as good " medicine can show.
Dr. IHcree's rteaasnt Pellets cleanse
the bowels and stimulate the sluggUb
LAST CHANCE FOR CHEROKEES.
Secretary Hiteheecx Announces that
Enrollment Will Close July 1.
Muskogee. Jan. 26. The Dawes
Commission has received the follow-
ing from Secretary Hitchcock:
"July 1. 102 Is hereby fixed as the
date after which no more enrollment
In the Cherokee Nation will be re-
ceived." The Dawes commission after re
peated attempts to negotiate an agre
meat with the Cherokee failing eac h
time caused the secretary to take
the matter Into his own huuds.Thc
order means that if the 300" recalci
trant full-bloods refuse to make ap
plication for enrollment before that
date they will he forever bared from
participating In a share of the public
ludtaeotioa. dvaeMMia aad MHob.bcm ouieW.
!jr yield to the cleansing and putif iai qaalitM
coatatard la Johatoa' Sartaparilla Qair
Has put on a new train known as the
OKLAHOMA LIMITED" hetween Ok
lahoma City and Kansas City. This is
he fastest and finest equipped train
out of Oklahoma for Kansas City St
Ixiuls and Memphis.
The "OKLAHOMA LIMITED
leaves Oklahoma City at C:10 p. in.
arriving at Kansas City 7:40 noxt
morning St. Louis 6:36 p. m. and
Memphis 5:00 p. m. It consists of ban
gage car. throe (3) chair cars and
ono (1) Pullman. Tho Pullman Blooper
and one chair car goos through to
ansas City without change one chair
car through to St. Louis and one
through to Memphis. Tho return train
loaves Kansas City 9:20 p. m. arriving
at Oklahoma City 10:55 a. m.
Furthor Information regarding rates
tlmo etc. will bo cheerfully given by
any Frisco System Agent or tho under-
signed. D. F. DUNN.
District Passenger Agent Wichita
Foley's Kidney Cure
manes kidneys and bladder rizht
In tho United States District Court
In the Indian Territory Southern
Wm. J. Vlnyard. Plaintiff.
Ida V. Vineyard. Defendant
The defendant. Ida V. Vinyard Is
warned to appear In this court In
thirty ilnyg and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff. Wm. J. Vlnyard.
Witness Hon. Hosen Townscnd.
judge ot said court and the seal there-
of thts 10th day ot January. 1902.
Seal. C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
Hill & Cofer Attorneys.
It. W. Dick. Atty. Non-Resident
First published January 15. 1902.
'Twas a False Alarm.
I hare used your Dr. Caldwell's
) ivt)iin and can truthfully rec-
ommend It. Some four years ago doc-
tors told me that I had Drlght's Di-
sease. I wasJald up three months
and nothlnc I used helped mo and no
food would stay on my stomach. 1
used one bottle ot your Dr. Cald-
well's Syrup Pepsin and food would
stay on my stomach and I craved
Boraothlns to oat I got well. There
waa no Drlght's Disease about me. It
waa a "false rumor." Ever slnco I
huve recommended Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin to friends and strangers.
It la just splendid. I have full con-
fidence In It. Geo. F. Benedict. 639.
West King St. Dccntur 111. Sold by
W. 13. Frame Ardmore and Mad!!!.
There Is no fool llko an old tool who
marrieb a young fool.
HOTEL HAMPTON ;
Pai ls Valley I. T.
Everything new and first-class.
Special attention given to
transient trade. Best sair pie
rooms in the city.
Hate? $2 per day.
ilorses Mares and Mules
Mnles from 14 to 16 hands
hich. Uor.-ts from 14 to 10
bands high Must be sound and
in good lit sh. From 5 to 10 years i
Brine your stock to Bowles
Stable and receive highest
J. E BOWLEG Buyer
Perfect Health Bread
tunes souro beau aso vkocous Miica-
is superior iu quality and taste
to anv other bread we have
ever baked and that's sayinc
a creat deal. Purina Brain
Bread" contains all the ele-
ments of Glnterean wheat
the best frown which insur-
es proper nonrishment for ev
ery part of yonr body; unlike
uioet health bread it a deli
cious to the taste. Our trade
is rapidly increasinR because
we bake Purina "Brain Bread"
fresh every' day. A trial loaf
will convince you of the truth-
J. H. SPEIGLE.
lettinc your work. Has
rcceiyed new timbers. Inquire
120 Sixth Avenue between
Washington and A St. Northeast.
Foley's Honey and TOT
colds prevents pneumonia.
Will bo paid by the Chickasaw
Stockmen's Association for the
arrf.il and conviction of anyone
stealing stock of any kind from
any member of this As' elation.
DR. T. P. Howkll Pies.
O. V. Halkv Sec.
Digests what you eat.
ItartluVluMyd! '' ""dundalds
Nature- In sironutuoning and recon-
ftructlnptbe exhausu-d digestive or-
gans. It Is the latest discovered digest.-
ant nml tonic. Jo uther preparation
can approach it In eiUclency It In-
Rtantly rellevesand permanently cures
Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn
Flatulence Sour Stomach Kauscu.
Sick Headache oastralgla.t'rampsand
all other rosults of imperfect digestion.
Price rV. rd tl Larje lio cunulni SVi time
inall tUe. lloolc all nbuut (Jyij.la tatti.wlfri
ttaportd by t. C. PtVITT &CO. Crjleooo
W. B. FRAME Druggist
Talk over a telephone as If It cost
you so much a wmd and you will
get credit for having good sense.
".ty; in.' 'rv f 'rv 'fi.' in.'
A BDMOBE has
jt her history where her commercial
standing and upward growth is no
longer a matter of conjecture. Her
natural advantages of being located in
the heart of a magnificent agricultural
and mining country coupled with her
railroad facilities and progressive citizen-
ship assures her a steady growth until
she reaches that point where she will be
a rival anions: the cities of the Southwest.
What Ardmore Has
A population of 8000 One railroad
Two lines of railroad under construction
Two magnificent hotels
One cotton seed oil mill
One flouring mill Two round bale gins
Three square bale gins
Brick works One ice plant
One cotton compress
Three national banks
Two loan and trust companies
Two daily papers Five weekly papers
Free school buildings now accommodating
One college One academy
One kindergarten One business college
System of waterworks under construction
One mattress factory One broom factory
Marble works Bottling works
The homes of the officials of the
An appropriation of $30000 for a
United States jail
Eight wholesale houses
Coal for fuel Asphalt for Paving
Completed 25 new brick business houses
within the past year
Two planing mills Five lumber yards
Mild winters Pleasant summers
The strongest legal bar in the Southwest
Magnificent church buildings and
The home of commercial travelers for I. T.
N VESTMENTS in Ardmore real estate
have always paid fabulous returns and
there are opportunities in the city now
for as rich returns as have ever been real-
ized on real estate in this country.
There is room for every line of busi-
ness adapted to the South and visitors
will find a welcome here.
If you are interested and desire other informa-
tion write to the
or to the
SECRETARY of the
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