The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 177, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 3, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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HIE DAILY ARDMQRE1TE.
" SIDNEY 8U0O8. Proprietor.
Published Kvcry Afternoon (except
Saturday) and Sunday Morning.
Office of Publication: North Wash-
Entered at the PoaWfflce at Ardmore
ai Second-class Mall Matter
November 2 Hit.
One week . .
One month - 50
One year 600
The official newtpaper of the United
Btatci Court for the Southern District
Indian Territory; alto for the Chick-
aaw Nation; and alto for the Chicks-
aw Stock Association of the Indian
Gulf Colorado &. SanU Ft Railway.
Galveston it Chicago Exp ..2:40 a.m.
Cleburne & K. C. Exprcia. .4:26 p.m.
Galveston & Chicago Exp.. 12:35 a.m.
Cleburne It K. C. Exprcn. .11:33 a.m.
A. W. DUNHAM Agent.
W. B. KEENAN O. P. A.
All United States malls clor.e 30
minutes prior to train time.
DAVID RBDFIELD P. M.
Terms of U. 8. Court for Year 1902.
At Cblckaiiba Begins Monday Feb-
ruary 17 and September 29 and con-
tinues In session two weeks.
At Hyan Begins Monday March 3
and October 13 and continues In ses-
sion ten days.
Ai'Purccll HcKlni Thursday March
13 and October 23 and continues In
session for tpn days.
At Pauls Valley Begins Monday
March 24 and November 3 nnd con-
tinues for six weeks.
At Ardmoro Begins Monday Mny
CKand December 16 and continues In
session (or nix wooks or longer.
HJso tho LongDIstaneo Telephone
a nnd call up
P II ON 13 NO. fi
If you want tho Ardinorulto.
Ardmore Tuesday June 3.
When flic president dellverod his
Memorial dny nddrpss. thu graves of
th(j Southerners worn dpcornted and
thplr niomory excoriated.
lOptlmlst predict that .(lie London
sfocU oxdhnngo is on tho eve Of a
grjmi iiootn. wiuie conirmtive Hum-
ors sny present prices have discount-
ojtlio pencn bfiicflts.
A Mnrylnud limn Is profiting by tho
past of locusts there by using thu In-
sects for food. Here Is n way of clr-
(lumvontlng tho mont trust! You're
no bolter thnn John tho Baptist.
Auotliur Boxer Insurrection hns bro-
ken out In Chi I.I Canton China. A
missionary and llfty tax Kathorors
liavo been killed. The Jloxura killed
their own wives nnd children at tho
Judging from tho recent exposures
ot bribery and corruption among the)
city oillfclnlH In St. I.ouls. some people
contend that iho world In growing
worse when It Is only the. corruption
of government affairs thoy see. . Tho
world Is all right but this American
government lacks n great deal of be-
ing nu-puro as nn Infant's drunm.
Tito subscription lists ero turned
qvqt todny to tho soliciting committee
for tho annual reunion to bo hold In
Jnly. No bualnoHH man and no citi-
zen can do justice to hlmseir and to
his town by turning thorn nwny with-
out n donation In keoplng with tho
nmoiint of business ho does or with
his property Interests In the town.
Not knowing a good thing when sho
had It monnt tho dropping of $200000
by Mrs. Nettle Craven of Snn Fran-
cisco Mrs. Craven sued tho estato
of Mr. Fair the old millionaire for n
vnlunblo piece of property that sho
claimed had been given to her by that
lively old beau. Tho liolrs claimed
tho deed sho showed was n forgory
but offered $300000 to get rid of hor.
Hho stood out for ffiOO.OOO. Now bIio
has let go for 150000 nTjd tho greater
part of that will go to her lawyers.
In tostlng tho offects of nient and
vogetnblo diet respectively a race
was run between two men in Berlin
one of whom was a vogotarlan and
tho other a meat oater. Tho vegetar-
ian ran 125 mllos In twonty soven
hours nnd fourteen seconds Ho bent
tho meat eater by ono hour nnd forty-
flvo minutes It Is supposed that tho
meat catur was a rich or fat fellow.
Ho would havo to bo thu ' rmer If ho
llyod In this country during the
reign of tho meat trust Of course
ho could not run n hundred miles.
lThobnllooiT ascension last evening
was a slight improvement tho at-
tempt of Saturday evening tho aero-
naut ncoihpanylng tho balloon Instead
of a piece of ttovvplp
While we will ix-t for a moment
doubt the wisdom of th Publlr B'hool
Board In placing fmal teachers in
control all of the t'tioM Tfowlng the
matter from a financial standpoint.
at like many others somewhat In
doubt as to tb outcome. Tnw Ard-
more hu not Try many bmA boys at-
tending the scbeote bnt ttterft are
some. If. brings up the iwm b will
tk kind Kffltlfj iaOwate of ti lady
teacher prove as BIectlve In so) pres-
sing violations as the stem toner ard
strong arm of the male teasher? AVaile
we hope such occasions may nevr
arise la our schools they will at timet
crop otit and when they do. Immediate
action on the part of the teacher be-
comes a necessity. Knife plays are
hazardous on the part ef young
America and physical strength to
combat soh must be at hand. Of
coarse this is an extreme view yet
such has happened and it emboldens
hs to say that tho need sf one male
teacher In each public school wonld
In the selection or rathor eleetlon.
of toarhers for the public schools In
Ardmore for the next scholastic year
only female teachers have been
chosen. This very forcibly sustains
the argument that woman Is supplant
ing man In many linos of business
and gets right down to business as a
wage earner. There is but one objec
tion advanced to this encroaching of
man's usual avocation and it is the
salary attached. Woman It seems Is
not so particular about the salary as
she Is to got tho Job. Her labor and
knowledge of duty being equal to that
of tho storner sex she unhesitatingly
takes an undor-hold on tho dollar
which Is spurned by tho man nnd
quietly disinherits him of bis Job.
OBJ ECT T 6MrTTDAW E 8.
Protest Made at White House Com-
mission Needs New Blood.
Washington I). C . June 2. A pro-
test hns been mnde at the White
house against continuing Ex-Senator
Henry I.. Dawes on the board of In-
It Is clmnted that Mr. Dawes It
over SO years old. and has practlcnll
done no work on the commission for
five or six yenrs. It Is deplnrwl thnt
Uire on lit to bo some new blood In
the commission and that there ought
to be a chnneo to get It. .
KILLING AT KIOWA.
Traveling. Man Shot Search Deguri
for His Slayer. ' ..
South jicAlostflr I. T Jun4 2.-
Tlfo town of Kfown Is wild with ex-
citement over the killing of J. 0.
Itnlley a traveling salesman for n
Cincinnati clothing house residing
Searching parties have ben scour
ing the country since yesterday after-
noon when the killing occurred.
Italloy was shot while standing In his
own yard leaning on n gnto. The ball
entered tho arm nnd passed on
through his body. Ho lived for forty
Tho slayer mounted his horse nnd
rodo away at a gallop. Sovoral by-
stnndors fired shots at tho fugitive
with the Intention of crippling his
horse but apparently nolthor rider
nor steed was Injured.
Deceased had trnvolod In the Ter-
ritory for twenty yonrs.
In tho commissioner's court todny
Sam Qiilnn and .Mary Tolos both col-
ored charged with adultory were
KtiKi Husband chnrgod with Intro
ducing ai d selling wan dwmlssed.
Joo Monkor was brought In today
by Deputy J. M. Stephens charged
with disturbing tho pence. Ho was
arrested at Volmn on n grand Jury
Deputy Wilkinson brought In Tom
Brnsll todny chnrgod with disturbing
public worship. Oscnr picked him up
at Dlxlo Sunday on n grand Jury war
rant. Dofendnnt gave bond nnd wns
Llthla Water $1.00 per case nt
Crown Bottling works. 3-tf
The lloolc Aicrllt.
Agent I have a book you should bny
for your fon tellhig bow to become a
politician stcit'.'kmnii president of the
United States banker broker-
Mrs. Heisncsy O'wnn! Did ycr moth-
er buy wan for you? Brooklyn Life.
Tho Thoughtful Man What wonld
you recommend ns treatment for n man
who Is always going around with n
Tho Funny Follow Send hlra to n
dentist YonkfM Herald.
Rrmlf uf Yiiiiimiiri
Visitor (kindly) How old are you
Little Girl (with great Ulcnlty)-i:rn
not old nt all. Granny's old but moth-
er's young nnd daddy's young and I'm
very young) Punch.
A weak man may bo hJa own foo
but a vain man is everybody's fool.
The ground is being broken for tb
Synod leal college aad work on the
mm will iteglB at asce.
Rev. J. L. Keter has rslgaed the
pastorship of th Pfrtt Prwhyterian
church at this placa
S. C. Kfggan has accented a posi-
tion with the City drug store.
Dr. Williams of Stilpbtir is in town
J. K. Obltwood weat to Sttlphnr yes-
terday. The Infant child of G. W. McCol-
lum Is reported as being no better.
Oar school Is progressing nicely.
The work at the rock quarry which
was suspended during the wt weath-
er has been resumed.
Mrs. Mnlllns an aunt of Ed Mallins
foreman of tho rock quarry was up
Sunday from Ardmore visiting him.
H. H. Hobberson wtnt to Duncan
Marvin Thagard and family are
moving to Alma today.
Jim Payne from Dixie Is moving
his family Into the residence vacated
by Mr. Thagard.
Mr. Conatser has movod about COO
head of cattle from this place to the
ranch of Mrs. Stone on Wild Horse.
Chairman Hefley of the town site
commission was horo yesterday. He
returned homo to Ardmore last
W. B. Burnoy. secretary of the com-
mission will completo his work horc
the latter part of this week and will
then go down to Tcrral.
William II. Trhpp a clsrk in the
olllce at Muskogee who has been at
work here went to Addlngton yester-
day to do soma workior the commis-
sion at that place.
Wa are now having soma nice dry
weather. Crops are looking as fine
as anyone could wish for.
Tho fnrmers aro slightly behind
with their work. Several are prepar-
ing to cut liny In the now country.
J. T. Ashley's lt-month-old baby
died Saturdny night and IU remains
wero burled Sunday afternoon.
W. J. Brown a traveling man Is
here today from Oklahoma City.
L. II. Hoberts and Dr. Halley are
here todny from South McAleator.
Mr. Brundage returned last night
W. J. Stalks while assist In-. City
Marshal Flem Duncnn In making an
arrest accidentally shot himself In
the leg. Tho wound Is n llesh ono
and should not prove serious.
Mrs. B. II. Colbert wont to Donlson
The tolophnno lino betweon horo
nnd Cumberland Is broken today.
Miss Alice Bonds of Austin Tox.
Is hero visiting Miss Mattle Martin.
Mrs. Nolllo Woods of Shawnee Ok.
Is visiting Mrs. H. A. Martin of this
J. B. Chnstaln Is horo todny from
Tho Choctaw depot is nlraost com-
pleted. Tho big well at this plnco for the
Choctaw railroad Is also about com-
John Brown has gono to Muskogee
to appear boforo tho Dawot commis-
sion as ho was nbout to lose lifts rights
as a Chorokoo Indlnn.
Bill Morrltt nnd Mr. Dlllard were
horo yesterday from Ardmore look-
ing after pasture lands.
MIsb Frankle Tompkins of Dallas
Tox. Is horo visiting frlonds.
Mlssos Zoo nnd Vera OUvo and
Kato Suggs of Ardmoro are here vis-
Theo Coloman Bob Butt. Perry Al-
len Vollo Suggs and John Olive spent
Sunday horo visiting tho family of H.
Tho Borwyn nnd Springer baseball
nlnos played horo Saturday after-
noon. Tho gnmo resulted 29 to 11 In
fnvor of Borwyn.
Fat hor Hall of Ardmoro wns called
to tho bedsldo of Mrs. John Fngan
Tho high water has subsided and
has left grqps dnpingcgnslderably.
Tho Mothodlst protracted 'meeting
Is still In progress.
Tenderness aching In the small of
tho back is a serious symptom. Tho
kldnoys aro suffering. Tnko Smith's
Sure Kidney Curo at once. It is n ro-
llablo kldnoy remedy nnd system .reg-
ulator and will curo tho trouble before
It dovelbps its dangerous Btage.
Prlco CO cents nnd $1.00. For sale
by F. J. ItamBpy.
ON THE MOVE
E are now
of Hardware Farming Imple-
ments Wagons Buggies etc.
to our new two-story brick
building first door east of the
United States court house
where all our customers will
find us. You and your friends
are invited to visit us at our
We offer for the next Thirty days at
all our Dress Goods consisting of
Printed Lawns Organdies
Dimities Dress Duck
Foulards Dress Gingham etc.
Stock entirely new and complete.
BUY THE BEST
Tho following merchants only are
M. F. Bomar
Bkipworth J. A.
A. A. Bailoy
J. A. Boilowitz.
Kendnll W. C.
P A. Laucblin.
J. D. TANNER
Dialer U Phone
Groceries and Fresh Meats
PRACTICAL TINNERS AND PLUMBERS
Dealers in Monitor Steel and .Wood
P 0 Box 331
engraved in mov
belongs to the
handling Eupioa Oil in Ardmore:
A. F. Jones W. A. Payne
Dillnrd & Allen W. A. Davis
McOuaren & Webiter Porter StapleB
R. T. Dallas S. E. Jenkins
Tanner & Stev.ort C. CroBbv
M. T. Felker.
Son Bros. Go.
clean new up to
date stock of Gro-
ceries Meats and Del
icacies for the table
and everything for the
Ardmore I T
Advertisements under this bead wll)
bo recelred at the rr.te of Ave (5)
cents per line. Wo advertisement re-
ceived for less tban fifteen cents (15)
cents. Special monthly rates furnish-
ed on application. Tbe notice mar
contain anr matter of "Lost"
"Found" "For Rent" For Sale"
"Stolon" "Strayed" or any purpo.c
without display lines.
WANTED AT ONCE White girl to
do general bouse work and wait on
table. Oood wages to one that gives
satisfaction. Apply one square west
of court house v
2-3t MItS. T. D. JOHNSON.
WANTED A nurse middle aged
white woman preferred. Must leave
the city. Apply at T. U. Kolen's resi-
dence North Caddo 8trcet. 1-3 1
PRINTER A good Job printer can
obtain a permanent situation at this
WANTED Agent at every postof-
flee; good pay. Address Mutual Re
lief Circle Ardmore I. T. 301m
WANTED At once a cook. Apply B
to S. E. Jenkins. 30-tf
FEW good family horses for sale
at White & Smith's stable. lC-tf
WANTED Sowing; everything In
plain dressmaking and children's
clothes. Mrs. E. M .Klmbcll First
avenue south between A and Wash.
Ington street. 140 in
FOR RENT Store room 25 by 80
with track facilities. Possession given
June 1st. Apply Whltcman Bros.
FOR SALE A few good horses at
White & Smith's stable lD-tf
FOR RENT A convenient room.
furnished or unfurnished; lot barn
and buggy house In connection. Apply
at J. J. Stolfa's tnllor shop. 11-lm
FOR RENT Furnished rooms In
W. A. Davis building east of Santa
FOR RENT Handsome rooms well
furnished one block south of court
house. Mrs. W. M. Robinson. G tf
FOR RENT A good 4-room house
enqulro at Wostholmer andJJaube.
FOR SALE A good organ In ex
cellent condition Call to seo me.
29-tf HENRY WINANS.
FOR SALE Ono of tho best hotel i
properties In tho Chickasaw nation y
For particulars see or write
FOUND On North Washington
street a small whit sailor hat trim-
med in pink. Owner can have same
by calling at this office.
W. A. GILLIAM
For the bes
CG East Main St.
t M 1 1 1 1 H W-M"H 1 l t
:: $25 REWARD I
WE will pay $25 reward for tho
arrest and conviction of
any party or parties netting
of quail or dynamiting of tlsfi
within a radius of 26 miles of
B. F. FRENBLKY
Pres. Rod and Gun Olub
Foley' & Honey and Tar
f9-chlldren.safe.surc No opiates.
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