The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 95, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 20, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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niE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
SIDNEY 8UQQ8 Proprietor.
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urdny) anil Sunday Morning.
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UNITED 8TATE8 COURT
Southern District Indian Territory
THE (JHICKA8AW NATION
also for tho
CHICKASAW STOCK ASSOCIATION
of tho Indian Territory.
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All United States mnllB cIobo 30
Mluutcs prior to train time.
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TERMS OF THE U. 8. COURT KOR
At Chlcknsba Hcglnfl Monday Feb-
ruary 17 1902-ind September 29
1902 and continues In session two
At llyan neglns Monday March 3
1902. and October 13 1902 and
continues In session ten dnyB.
At Purcoll IlccltiB Thuradny. March
IT 1902 niiil Ortnlmr 23. 1902. ant
continues for ten days.
At Pauls Valley neglns Mondny
Mnrch 24 1902 and November 3
1902 r.nd conllnucH for bIx weeks.
At Ardmore Ueglns Monday Mny fi.
1902 nnd December in 1902 and
continues for bIx weeks or longor.
Any erroneous reflection upon tho
chnrnctcr standing or reputation of
nny person firm or corporation which
may nppenr in tho columns of tho
Ardmorelto will bo gladly corrected
upon Its being brought to tho atten-
tion of tho publisher.
Usi tbs Long Distance Telephone
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It you want tho Auduohkitr.
ahumohk Ihuksday Fkii 20.
In a decision In tho United States
circuit court of nppenls Judge San-
born holds that n sulcido clause In a
life Insurnnco policy Is vnlld.
A boycott Is on In somo Texas towns
against tho telephone because of tho
companies refusing to reduce tolo-
phono rates from $3 to J2 per month.
It U coJ hnK tlmt u; .pw
of ll.o United States Hen-.? blml-
Could ho somo of tho objects of pe-
titions ho would give up the Job as a
In deoldlng the Schley
I'nat nnva Mn nrnolil-
n decision It
I.. .Ill iiiihiiv ll'lll'll
..o would permit o'io of
.. ...I..1.4 .. 1.
.iron to show him tho "Ink.
pink penny wink" nicthol of count-
Tho Hrltlsh government hns Isauod
another blue book containing tho op
orations In tho Trnnsvntl. The JhiRllsh
may have no sonso of humor but they
at least have a sense of the fitness of
things Wuo book!
Tho snow which fell at an early
hour this morning Is tho first snow
wa have hnd this season to cover tho
tjiound. It comes ns a blessing to tho
tanners nnd we trust Is but the fore-
runnor of nn abundant moisture.
' The public school children will -ill
have a holulay tomorrow. A mnjorlty
'of the teachers will leave tonight for
Pauls Valley to attend tho Chickasaw
Teachers Association which will he
held nt that place tomorrow nnd Sat
MTss Stone hns been released. Mlas
Stono not yet released. That Is how
tho iatost dispatches road nnd a per
son enn tako their choice. While nn
certainty exists there is no doubt that
tho roleaso of tho missionary is closer
to n climax thaji It has boon for somo
Ono year ago there were 4359 cases
of smallpox In tho United States. To
day thoro are 12122 an Increase of
7763 cases. In nearly every lnstanco
tho patient had not been vncelnntl
Yet vaccina physicians continue o
find it necessary to use force to io
TO PREVENT 'SMALLPOX.
There Is no doubt that great prog-
ress linB been mado In Iho treatment
of smallpox In recent years. In ono
community In Ohio some 300 people
had the disease and not one of tho
patients died. It is noted that in recent
nttaclis over Texas fatal results hnvo
been rnro. Hotter preventatives and
remedies have been found the News
According to tho Philadelphia North
American n most successful prctntn-
tlve tins been found nnd tested by the
sisters of St. Joseph's Female Orphan
Asylum of thnt city. Ono of the sis-
ters wnB Interviewed In regard to the
mntter and she snld that the drugs
used In the preparation have been In
use by the sisters for sixty years and
have been time and agnlu tested. In
nil that time thora tins not been n sin-
glo case of Hiunllpox In tho Institu-
tion thoy nmlntnln and they believe
their curative Is the rnusc of their
Tho preset Iptiou obtained by Moth-
er Oongnzn sixty years ago from a
physlcluu In (lerinnntown. Pa. who
hnd In turn received It from n sur-
geon and scientist in Paris whoso
name Is not recorded Is as follows:
"One grain solid extract of dlgltnlls
one grain sulphate of zinc one-half
tenspoonful of sugnr four ounces of
water. Dlssolvo the digitalis nnd tho
zinc separately then compound the
prescription. It Is of tho utmost lm-
portanco that tho solid extract of digi-
talis bo used. Some druggists say
there is no such thing and uso tho
liquid but this Is valueless. The liquid
does not produce tho results." Tho
doBo Is ono tenspoonful every hour for
twelve consecutive hours for adults;
for n. child under 10 the dose Is one-
half tenspoonful hourly for twelve
hours; nnd for an Infant ton drops
ovory hour for twelve hours. The sis
ters usually repeat this treatment
once n month when smallpox Is epi-
demic. The face may bo bathed with
it thus preventing senrs.
Of course such preparation would
hnvo to bo compounded nnd taken
with grent enre as It Is vary power-
ful. It Is at lenst always In ordor to
talk to your physician boforc adopt-
ing preventatives or remedies of this
Tarns lllxby gives the Indian Terri-
tory n good name ho Is quoted In tho
Washington Post ns saying: "I do not
see how Indian Territory can help bo-
Ing some tlmo ono of the greatest
Stntos In the Union. I have been nil
up and down the Country from one
side to tho other nnd I never visited
a region of such rosourccs. In tho
first plnce tho cllmnto is good. It Is
a great corn country nnd no bettor
cotton Is grown anywhere. I think the
finest bed of bituminous coal In tho
country Is In tho Indian Territory and
there Is plenty of zinc nnd lead. Hard
timber nbounds and fine wheat Is
raised. That's a combination I don't
believe can be beaten."
Negro politicians are stirring them-
solves and trying to get the post of
United States minister tn T
the Register. T' nyH.
tails lt nnW-'
has a negro
"-..o iiecnuso unyii
population and a negro
jont nnd n white man would
not hnrmonlao with the prevailing col-
or. Ono of tho candidates for tho place
s Thomas Fortune who nchinvod cel
ebrity a year or two ago by trying to
Inclto tho negroes of tho South 'o 'n-
condtnrism and nssnsslnntlnn to
nvongo tho burning of ono of taeir
The Fort Worth Register very per
tinently says: "Driven to confession
the president's Hough Hider ap-
pointee for marshal of Arlionn at last
admits that. ho was sent to the peni
tentiary for theft but contends that
the business men of Arizona want him
for mnrshal. The business men have
not been heard from on that ques
lion. The Western country ought to
bo able to furnish a mnn for mnrshal
who hns not a prison record. Reward
lug an ox-couvlct by giving him so lm
portant an oftlco Is not the way to
maku erimo odious nud It will not
tend to purify our politics."
We wonder what varmint a woman
will wear next ns she Is now nrmye 1
In n slk worm dross seal skin suquo.
ostrich feather hat gont kid shoos
whalebono stays kld skin gloves
horse hide belt tortoise shell comb
clnm shell buttons Spitz dog muff
mink tall collarette nnd an nllgator
hide purs&Solomoh in ull his glory
wasn't such u menagerie as theso
and yet we lovo o m no mntter wh
they wear Ex.
Tho champion He ns to fast rail
reading comes from New York where.
it Is said a man put his head out of
a car window to kiss his wifo good
by and was dismayed to find that ho
kissed a woman standing on the plat
form at tho next station.
I Muskogco is to have a new Weekly
paper It will bo called the Muskogee
Democrat nnd be Democratic In poll -
tics. T. w. Utillck and J. R. Wltcher
nro the promoters. Doth nrc gontlemcn
of wide experience In the field of Jour-
nnllsm nnd If the backbone holds out
thoy will give their peoplo n good pa-
per. Just ns a reminder to our merchnnts
who nro probably too busy to think of
such a small mntter wo remark thnt
tho time Is close nt hnnd'whcn you
will he required to pay n fine Into tho
city treasury for failure to comply
with tho sign ordinance.
Kuglsnd Is preparing to construct
sixty-one more ships of war nt a cost
of ?1GG000000. Of course this is not
dono with nny Iden there may he an
more wnr In the world but Just to In-
sure thnt other nations will observe
the terms of Tho Hague convention.
Strikes nt Dnrceloun Spain have
prcclpatcd rioting In which ninny
persons havo been killed nnd wound-
ed. In tlio mean time troops nro tryln
to pnclfy tho people and restore order.
Of course you nil remembured thnt
poem you learned while nt school when
you peeped at the beautiful this morn-
ing. COMMISSIONER'S COURT.
Judge Pfelffer Has a Dusy Time-
Whisky Caces Predominate.
Judge Win. Pfelffer tho Purcoll nnd
Pnuls Valley commissioner came In
Tuesday and is holding court In lieu
of Judge Bradford who Is In Wash-
The first ense taken up was that
of Dave Monroe and K. H. I.nnier
charged with exhibiting obscene pic
tures in Ardmore. which Is n vlulotinu
of the United States Statutes. Judgo
Pfelffer bound thein over to await
tho action of tho grand jury In the
sum of $300 ench. 1-nnler gave bond
during tho afternoon.
Ollle lluttou the young man churn-
ed with assault to rapo ono Mnndy
Anderson was tried nnd tho ovldonco
wnB InsufUclent to convict. The defen-
dant was discharged.
W. J. Leslie chnrged with absr.ull
to kill was nlso dismised.
(S. W. Peterman who was nrrostod
Tuesday night on the train between
here nnd lied river charged with
introducing wns arraigned nnd plead-
ed not guilty. Ills bond wns fixed
at $300 for his appearance hero i next
Frldny. when his ense will coni'o up
for trial. He gnvo tho bond and was
Hula Allon charged with assault to
kill had n hearing nnd for want of
probable cause she was disenrtrged.
N. U. Taylor charged with intro-
ducing liquor wns tried and the ev.
dence was of such n nature thnt U.c
Judge required him to give a $1000
bond for his appearance nt tho court
term of (he district court.
Will Thornton and Feak Sipe. that-
ged with murder of a man named
Sogo nt Kastmnn n few weeks nro
had a preliminary henrlnz nwlna- n
the sickness of somo of the witnesses
for the government " .... . .
tjr ...ue case vaa -'H
-nil Until huM Witness were aulo I
iete Smith wns airnlsu'j j iKfova I
tho commissioner on a charge of a3-
sault to kill. Ills bond wna fixed at
$300 requlrlug him to appear bcfori
tho ivnirt on Mnrch 1st.
Mrfc d. M. GoUedgo. who hns boen
milto sick for several days is hotter
today. Her Uttlo daughter Mildred is
threatened 1111 pneumonia.
Stinson Machinery Co.
are now placing their machinery and will
soon be ready to do
in a first-class machine
ing Engines Boilers
Get prices before sendincr
I. N. STINSON Manager.
'Phone 97. Broadway between Washington and Caddo
Akdmoke I. T.
6 . nmOfilini fl
X g!f l' KmIINHI to
0 OOOO OO OOOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOO
J. B. Hose of Marietta Is In the city
J. T. Jolly Is In the city from Sher-
man. Mori Is Snss Is In the city fi'oni
1). S. Raymond came down last
night for Normnn O. T.
F. P. Loverett tho life Insurance
man from Fort Worth Is In tho city.
I). C. Pnrks cnine In Inst night from
Kastman and put up nt the Whlttlng-
ton. Geo. dates Is back from Chlcknsha
whCfy ho hns been for several days
Frank Marshal II. J. llowmnn nnd
T. N. Payne nre In the city from Ok-
lahoma City and stopping nt tho
Mrs. Wm. Pfelffer nnd son came in
yesterday afternoon from Purcoll nnd
Is stopping nt tho Whlttlngton. Mr.
Pfelffer hns been here n couple dnys
The conductor on the northbound
train today told us that the snow fell
as far south ns Fort Worth.
Deputy J. H. Davis came In this
moinlng from Colbert bringing with
him W. S. Arlington nnd J. L. Shop-
pard charged with weapon. They
gnvo bond und were releascil.
NO PUBLIC SCHOOLS TOMORROW.
Teachers Will Attend Association
Inasmuch as the Chickasaw Teach-
ers Association will meet In Pauls
Valley tomorrow and It Is the desire
of the tenchers of Ardmorc public
schools to attend said association tho
Ardniorolto 1 authorized by Prof. J.
U. Ilondrlx o Announce thnt tho pub-
lic schools wll be closed tomorrow.
The teachers nnd a great many of
tlielr frlonds .and porhnps not n few
of the larger pupils will leave to-
night for Pauls Valley to attenl the
association. The railroad has said thnt
n rate of '$1.80 for the round trip "III
be given those who leave tonight re-
turn ticket good on nny train this
The Hnrgroo school will not sua
pond but Prof. T. O. Whltton will ho
In nttondanco nt the nssoclntlon and
told nn Ardmorolte reporter this morn
Inc that he had been asked to tako
the place of Dr. D. It. Boyd Prosllcnt
of the Oklahoma University at Nor
man. Okla.. In tho lecture of 'The
Man of tho Future"at 7:30 o'clock to-
TJ'JJ association at Pauls Valley
m-nmtttoa frt be interesting and in-
strucyvc nnd CVCiVvboiy
A Trip Around the World".
The Woman's Guild of St. Philip's
ptRcOpai church hnvo In preparation
thins new I
ment which will ho some-
Interesting nnd attractive.
jt 3 "A Trlj) Jv0U!1(J the World" ami
...Ml C ... . I
d given on tho nrst wcuncuuj
nl April. Full particulars will nppear
When one man Icarr.s to profit by
iho oxperlenoo of another the. dawn
of the mlllenlum will be at hand.
Marrlago Is a lottery In which a girl
sometimes doesn't get' a "ehanco o
take a chance.
all kinds of work done
shop such as rebuild
and Well Boring
vour work out of town. All
Rheumatic pains nro the erica of protesl
and distress from tortured muscles aching
joints and excited nerves. The blood hat
been poisoned by the nccumulatlon ol
waste matter la the system nnd can nt
longer supply the pure nnd health sustain
ing food they require. The whole system
feels the effect of this acid poison ; and
not until the blood has been purified nnd
brought back to n healthy condition will
the aches and pains cease.
Mr. James Kell of 707 Ninth trt II. It.
Wellington I). C writes ns follows! "A fen
months zo I hail nn attack of Bciatlc Rheuma
tUm lulls worst form The
Twin was so Interne that I
became completely pros-
trated The attack was an
unusually acverc one on J
my condition was regard
cd as Icing very danger-
ous. I was attended by
one of the ino-t able doc.
tors in Washington who Is
alio a member of the fac-
ulty of tt leading medical
college here. He told met
to continue hit nresorlnJ
tlons and I would get well. After baring tl fillet
twelre times without terelvlnir the .llfrhferf
beneGt I declined to continue his treatment an
longer. Having heard of 8. 8 S.fSwIft'a Specific
recommended lor Kheutnallim I decldedtalmos!
in uesnair However 10 give ine medicine a trial
and alter I had taken a few bottles I nss able tl
hobble around on crutches and vervsoon there
after had no u-e for them at all S. S. 8 havin
cured me s und nud well. All the dlitreulnj
pains hare left tie my appetite has returned
and I am happy to be again restored to petted
tissss' the rrrcnt vegetable
sT rmrifier nnd tonic li
iho ideal remedy iu all
Bjk Rrheuuiatic troubles.
oss There arc no opiates 01
minerals hi it to disturb the digestion and
lead to ruinous habits. 9
We have prepared a special book on
Kucuinaustn wuicn every suiierer irora
this painful disease should read. It is tha
most complete and intertstintr book ol
the kind iu existence. It will be sent free
to any one dednup: t. Write our physi.
clans fully and freely about your case. Wi
mate 110 cuargc tor medical novice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA CA.
DR. J. G. ABERNETHY
Dp to Dntc Dentistry
Crown nnd Bridge Work that gives
Plates that are guaranteed to fit.
Fillings Gold AnialRam Porcc-
luin inlays eic.
At prices consistent with saod
Rooms over T. N. Coleman's
Dixon's Shoe Shop
Whlttloi:tnn riulMlDC south Mdo Knst
Main dt rdmoro I. T
A MrLB machinery nnd sklllftil work-
" men. Iloot" and Hlioes mail to or-
dor. Ilopntr work of any kind dono at
nMsonable prices. Doots fromjxtojn.
8hous from fl 10 J5 Kxpert Utltchlnir
nnd TatchlnK dono.
All work euarnntced A reduction of
20 per cent on all work for poorwldown
Shop Uoots and Bhoes kept on hand
for sale. Your custom will be appreci-
ated. II. J. DIXON.
To Every Mother.
Right now wo nre rankinc
n specially of
Cull ftt the studio and see
a sample Qf 9r enlnrg-
ing. Work that's LfcVel1
been done before. Babv's
photos taken enlarc d
placed in a handsome-
frame and delivered to
your home for a very
3. S. COLE PHOTOGRAPHER.
Up-stairs in Randol buildinfij
Ahdmok I T.
KEMP & MAYTUFJBY
General LiYery Business.
HACKS meet all trains
4- D ii!n rlnij ir-l
(A L imvia uy auu
Tishomingo I. T.
Ami aPRBVENTtVB tor
At a Saf and RelUbls.
rjf I'.rfpcilr lltrmlm
Sent postpaid en receipt ol
vjt. Sample cad Dooklct teat free
Vin de Cinchona Co.. De3 Moines iowa.
W. D. Frame Druggist
Don't forget the city livery atablo
(or tho swcllest turnouts In '.bo city.
Phonno 27. T. B. CATHRY Prop
You can get good coal now. The
l-alillaw Lumber company havo it
They have been out for some time but
If you will 'phono them your order
will recelvo prompt attention. 19-tf
There are several thousand roads
that lead Into trouble and not one
of them leads out.
ASPHALT ROOFING ASPHALT
FOR SIDEWALKS AND STREET
PAVEMENTS. CRUDE AND RE-
FINED. Address J. S. DOWNARD
Lock Box 665 Ardmore I.T.
If you want a
good Tin Roof
be sure to fiR
urfe with me
tho job- All
tced. Will do
tin roofing in
any part of
No trouble to Rive estimates.
Shop south of electric light
plaut. Telephone 03. Ardmore
Coal vs. Clinkers
If clinkers were a penny a ton you
wouldn't buy them to heat with
yet you pay the coal price for them
when you buy poor coal. Eyer
think of that) .. .. Let us fill your
bins with the kind of
Coal lhat Burns to Ashes.
ARDMORE ICE GO.
K. J. Simpson Proprietor.
BEST $2 a day house on the
Santa Fe. Special atten-
tion given to commercial men.
Sample rooms free. New
PUiiCELL I. T.
PKirrmt attention will
be ven to all Sanitary
w6M Notify me thro'
thd pbstoff ice. Box 704
Won Belt bote
the shortest line to Texarkana
Pine Bluff Memphis.
frbm Texas to Louisville and
to Nashville Chattanooga
Atlanta Birmingham Wash-
ington New York and all
points east and southeast.
Reclining Chair cars Par-
lor Cafe cars Pullman Sleep-
ers. .. Information cheer-
fully furnished by any agent
Pw LTTLK' P' A" Oorslcana.'
r MonoAK T. P. A. Ft. Worth.
. Gus IIoovkk T. P. a. Waco.
W. M. Wekks G. p. & t. A. Tyler.
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