The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 273, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 24, 1902 Page: 6 of 8
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Foslor I. T. Sept. 22.-Our physl-
clans roport nothing to do. Wo Infer
by that Hint there In no sleknoas In
Itnln 1ms fallen most ovory day for
n wsoh damaging cotton to miiio ox
tont but Improving lock conditions
Tan: a .m l -;fMina are nil full of wa
tar pia-- will be Improved.
1' -ti nins being swollen delayed
Uir 11 ai . ii. nre no mull for this onice
A t' am belonging to Tom Anderson'
stitl nt Tauli Valley run awny here
yt i uy colliding with a telephone
lo and damaging lxtli team and
ha u oonaldernbly.
Th(W. Ornta has put up IiIh photo-
srfUl1Va'or' nntl wl" 19 w111' UB
MIm' Beatrice McCraCketi. postmis-
tress nt Whitman Texas la risking
her annt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. S.
Mra. V). D. Jackaon of Bowie Texas
la .i'so visiting at the same place.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
Aa mercury will surely dostroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole systom when entering It
through tho mucous surfaces. Such
Articles should never he used excopt
on prescriptions from reputable phy-
nlclnns as the damage thoy do Is tan
fold to tho good you can possibly do-
rive from thorn. Hall's Cntnrrh Cure
manufactured by . J. Cheney & Co.
Tolodo 0. contains no morcury nnd
Is tnkon Internally nctlng directly up-
on tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of
tliu systom. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Curo bo Hiiro you get the genuine It
Us taken Intornally nnd mado In To-
ledo O. by F. J. Chonoy & Co. Tostl-
monlnls frco. Sold by drugglRts.
1'rlco 7Cc per bottlo. Hall's Family
1'ills nro tho best.
Engaged couples lly a vory high
Tdto with a vory short tall.
Mllo I. T. Sopt. 22. Wo had moro
rain Saturday night than wo have had
Hlnco last May. Tho crooks nro swol-
Ion out of banks. Cotton has been
damaged moro by this rain than It hag
Tor Bovoral yoars.
Cotton 'had fallon out of tho bolls
a groat doal and Is now bcaton Into
tho earth. Wo will not nvorago a
fourth of a crop In this country this
It is still raining this morning.
Dr. Ilallahl and J. W. Johnson went
to Ardmoro Snturdny.
J. K. Dunlnp has sold his crop and
wilt movo to Toxns In n fow days.
Tho gin nt this plnco has put out 200
Tho 'nhono lino from horo to Ard-
inora hiS been completed.
Honlth Is good.
Take Care of the Stomach.
Tho man or woman whoso dlgostlon
Is porfoct and whose stomnch per-
forms Its ovory function 1b novorslck.
Kotlol clonnsos purifies nnd Bwcotons
tlie stomach nnd cures positively nnd
permanently nil stomach troubles In-
digestion and dyspopsla. It Is the
wonderful reconstructive tonic that Is
anaklng bo many sick pooplo woll and
wonlt peoplo strong by convoying to
their bodlos all tho nourishment In the
food thoy oat. Rov. J. II. Holladay of
Holladay Miss. writes: Kodolhaa cur-
ort mo. I consldor It tho best romcdy
I over usod for dyapopsla nnd stomach
troubles. I was given up by physi-
cians. ICodol Bavcd my llfo. Takolt
.after meals. City Dmg 8toro.
Tho moro men you lend mony to
tho loss thoro nro from whom you
Cured Hemorrhages of tho Lunns.
"Sovoral years ago my lungs woro
so bndly affected that I had many
homorrharos" writes A. M. Ako of
Wood Ind. "I took treatment with
sovoral physicians without any bono-
fit. I thon startod to tako Foloy's
Honoy and Tar and ray lungs arc now
-as soucd ns a bullet. I recommend It
Jn advanced atnges of lung troublo."
For salo by Ilonnor & Donnor.
To tho Just king thoro nro mnny
Kllmpsos of Biinshlno through tho
When a man follows tho races ho
finds hlmsolf far In the roar soonor or
lutar usually soonor.
Foley's Honey at Tar
cures coh - -"vtft pnnumunla.
LAMPS GIVEN AWAY!
Beginning August I I will give
away to tho family purr hosing ihn
rnoft b-cad of me for tho next nine-
ty days a flno beautiful red lamp
an ornamont to any parlor. Call and
Will also gtvo ono to tho hotel or
restaurant purchasing tho most
hrond of mo a nlco parlor lamp.
Photographs Given Away
Will also gtvo ono dozen cabinet
I uso tho best flour. Everything
sell Is first-class. Respectfully
J H SPIEGLE
THE SAUERKRAUT PEDDLER.
A Clinrncler Common tn (tie Germnn
Sectlou of Jew lurk.
The regular and popular visitor to
tho Germnn Inns and taverns of tho
oust side Is tho sauerkraut man. He
brings his calling with htm from the
old country and ilnds n moro profitable
Hold In New York than In licrlln or
Hamburg. Ills equipment Is qulto cu-
rious. He wears a blue or white apron
running from his neck nearly to the
anklet and from his shouldsrs Is sus-
pended n circular metal Aox which
goes half around his welit. It has
three large compartments two of
which are surrounded br hot water.
In ono are well cooked frankfurter
Mutagen and In the other thoroughly
boiled sauerkraut. In the third com-
part moot Is potato salad. He carries In
his band a basket In which are small
pistes and steel forks. Ono sausage
and a generous spoonful nf sauerkraut
and potato naiad cost ft cents. All thrco
articles nro of good qinllty well
cooked and reasoned. Ho finds his best
customers In the bowling alleys where
the exertion demanded by tho game
produces large appetites. Next to those
are the taverns which do not supply
food with their drink. Last of all nro
tho halls and meeting rooms where
different societies assemble. His night
ly stock consists of fifty sausages kov-
en pounds of sauerkraut and ns much
more of salsd. On bad evenings he
takes only half ns much stock ns on
fair ones. Some of the moro fortunate
peddlers have arrangements with clubs
which pay them a very fnlr profit upon
their goods. Others are free lances
who visit every placo where they think
they can effect a sale.
Tho motnl boxes nro very Ingenious
nnd nro mado In Germnny. Tho metal
Is Bomo variety of pewter and tho
tilting of tho compartments nnd of tho
entire nffnlr to the body Is very ac-
curate. Tho covers aro so well hinged
nnd snug nt tho edges that when tho
owner falls down he Is not liable to
spill nny of tho contents. Tho con-
trivance costs somo 53 In Germany
nnd about ?" In New York. A few of
tho peddlers appeal to educated pal-
ates and carry with them cervclat
bock rob lobcrwurst and vicuna
as well ns frankfurters. These fnncy
(sausages usually bring 10 cents Instead
of the regulation S.
The forks are washed after the cus.
tomer 1ms finished his little meal and
from repented cleansing nnd uso nro
as bright as silver. Tho plates on tho
other hand are so banged and bruised
that they might be easily mistaken for
crackle wear. New York Tost
The "IVrnih of Hie Her.
At the end of winter most hives havo
exhausted their stores and become
dangerous. When this Is tho case woo
to him who touches tho hives. Smoke
bns lost Its spell and you shall scarce
havo emitted tho first puffs before
20.000 acrid and enraged demons will
dart from within the walls overwhelm
your hands blind your eyes and black-
en your face. No living being except
they say tho bear nnd toe sphinx ntro-
pos can resist tho rago of the mailed
legions. Above nil do not struggle.
Tho fury would overtnko the neighbor-
lug colonies. There Is no menus of
safety other than Instant flight through
the bushes. Tho bee la less rancorous
loss Implacable than the wasp and
inrolv pursues her enemy. If flight bo
Impossible nbsoluto Immobility alone
might calm her or put her off the scent
She fenrs nnd nttneks nuy too sudden
movement but nt once forgives that
which uo longer stirs. Harper's.
A finfo Aire.
Tho Insuring of one's life Is one of
those things which ono Is most apt to
put off. There nro few however who
postpone what ought to be the Inevita
ble until bo late a period In life as did
tho tough old smnrk owner of Grimsby.
When he presented himself nt the In
surance office ho was naturally asked
his ags. His reply was "Ninety-four."
"Why. my good man wo cannot In-
sure you" said tho company. "Why
not?" ho demanded. "Why you nro
ninety-four years of age." "What of
that?" tho old mau cried. "Look at
statistics and they will tell you that
fewer men dlo nt ninety-four than nt
any other age." Loudon Business Il
Their Ilrnnch of Service.
"To what branch of tho military
servlco do captains of Industry bo-
long?" naked tho recognized yet sur-
viving Joker of the party.
"I glvo It up" replied his victim
"To tho artillery because they'ro all
'big guns.' See? Ha ha ho hoi"
It Is not shndo nlouo that makes it
cooler under n trco In tho summer. Tho
coolness of tho treo Itself helps for
Its tomporaturo Is about 45 degrees I
nt all times ns that of the human body
Is a fraction more than 03 degrees. So
a clump of trees cools the air ns a
plcco of Ice cools the water In a pitch-
Barber How's the razor sir?
Customer Didn't kuow I was being
Barber (flattered) Very glad I'm
Customer I thought I wns being
sandpapered. rick Me Up.
"I hope you have fouud happiness In
Oh yes. I can do lots of things I
didn't daro do when I wns a girt"
Now York Tress.
rcrsovcranco not only goes ffir to
Insuro success but also obtains hon
ors for thoso who although tho less
fortunate havo been tho most dill
I hrouuh Land of Enchantment.
Tourist Sleeper every Tuesday
4j?- JOO Texas to California
sept-oct. Santa Fe at homv
$ i r nnnrrvrAM
Estimates Given on New Machinery
General Line of
n n n um ha hp
Best Equipped Machine Shop in the Territory.
Will Buy Sell or Exchange New or Second Hand Machinery
Broadway St. Ardmorc
The Best Line
Ark Ihs nearest Cotton Bait Agent
W. II. WEEKS. D. H. HOROAN
Ota Pan. t. Til. All.. Trav. Pan. At!..
Tjler.Tex. tU Worlh. Tex.
sweetens thostomach. Kodol digests
Ourea Indloostlon Dyapepala
" . ' 'Y " owiuuKli IU UUULaiUS.
helped no more than anything
SKffia'lnViK-'J". KLJ?MiW stomach trouble.. It hag
1'rgparcd only by E. q DaWltt A
Oic Minute Ceugu care Siifflra'jii;eh.?ild med'for couKh.. coid.:
broacUltli grlppo. throat and lung trouble. It
Reclining Chuir Cars
and THE W53T.
Double Dally tiervlci
MEMPHIS Tho EAST
Puflman Buffet Sleeping Cara.
Maw fiU4 V atlbul M Train
nt tiu uri T3 tni toumaiT
WITH It ITKlSirtlUTIIIHPiM
Tt aa tafrMI mIIm Ufk.l im
I to? Uci f 44u
J. Llifpfi.T.M. Oil... In.
a. . Tf.f. !... Okl.ktm. ft.T.
a 1 UtLP.I T.a llltli lict.irk.
tj i niiiriw n lli
Repair Engines Well Augers Etc.
& Old States
Parlor Cafo Cars
for rates and schedules or write
A. HOOVER T. P. LITTLE
Tar. Pan. At!. Pusr. Atl..
Waco.Tw. Conlcaoa Tex.
All stomach and bowel troubles In child or adult art
uuo to a slnclo cause. Indigestion.
Flux colic cholera morbus diarrhoea dysentery and
all complalntsof lllconaturo aro tho rcsultof undigested
foods fennontlng in tho stomach. Tho only way to
proyent fever and to curo such troubles without Injury
to tho membranes lining tho stomach is to restore
What You Eat
Kodol Is tho new discovery which cures all stomach
and bowel troubles by removing tho cause. This famous
all classes of food and gives to the body
nnd all Stotnaoh Troubles.
Diaauiiiif ctia or riurrn nr triM atrtmrh "
Co.. Chicago. 8oM by all dealen
taa waini 1 n i. .miai ii i Ui-Mmirf
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Whoroas on tho 1st day of Sep-
tember 1902 tho city council of tho
city of Ardmore In the Southern dis-
trict of tho Indian Territory passed
an ordl-anco authorizing tho mayor
;ty to Issue a call for a spo-
ion to bo held In such city
'han tho lCth day of Octobor
ldlng that at such olectlon
.o votors of tho cltyy of Ard
moro si. !1 decide whether or not the
said city ot Ardtnorc shall Is-
suo bonds to the amount of
Jl&oioo bearing lntorest nt the
rntf of C per cent per annum payable
semi-annually and maturing twenty
voars from date of Issuance and the
proceeds nf which bonds shall bs
usrd for the purposo ot putting In a
waterworks systom in tho city of
And also providing that nt such
ilcc'tlon the qualified voters of the
rlty of Ardmore shrill decide whether
or not the city of Ardmore shall
txsue bonds to the run mint of $26000
bearing Interoat nt the rate of B per
cent per annum payable semi-annually
and maturing In twenty years
from the dnte of issuance and the
proceeds of which bonds shall be
used for the purposo of building
school houses In the city of Ardmore.
And whereas said ordinance levlea
a tax ot 12-7 mills on tho dollar on
all taxablo property within the city
of Ardmore the proceeds of which
tax shall bo used for tho purposo of
paying tho Interest on such water-
works bonds and provldos a sinking
fund of 4 2-7 mills on tho dollar on
nil taxablo property within tho city ot
Ardmoro for tho purposo of paying olf
said waterworks bonds nt maturity
and said ordlnanco also lovlos a tax
of 5-7 mills on tho dollar on all taxablo
property within tho city of Ardmorc
the proceeds of which tax shall bo
used for tho purposo of paying tho
Interest on such school houso bonds
nnd provldos a sinking fund of C-7
mills on tho dollar on all taxablo prop-
erty within tho city of Ardmore for
tho purposo of paying oft said school
house bonds nt maturity In accordance
with tho act ot congross approved
May 10 1002 entitled "An act for tho
protection of cltlos and towns In tho
Indian Territory nnd for other pur-
poses." Tho purposo of said tax is
provided for by said ordinance and
Whereas such olectlon Is to bo
held and conducted ns provided for
by law and ns Is provided for by or-
illnnnco No. 127 passed and approved
by tho said city council of tho said
city of Ardmoro on tho 1st day or
"".optcmbor 1002 nnd authorized by an
act or congress approved May 10
1002 entitled "An act for tho protec-
tion of cltlos and towns In tho Indian
Vi . ;Itory nnd for other purposos"
i now thororore I It. V. Dick
i or of tho city or Ardmoro In nur-
Mi nce or ordinance No. 127 palsed
Hid approved by the city council or
nld city on tho 1st day ot Septembcv
1002 and by vlrtuo of tho authority
vested In mo by law do heroby call
a special election to bo held In the
city ot Ardmoro In tho Southoru dis-
trict ot the Indian Territory on tho
2d day or Octobor 1002 for tho pur-
poso of deciding whother or not the
said city or Ardmore shall issuo wa-
terworks bonds to tho nmount or $150-
000 and bearing lntorest nt tho rate
or G pof cent per annum from dato ot
Issuance payablo semi annually and
maturing 20 years from dnto of Issu-
ance tho proceeds of said bonds shall
bo used for tho purposo or putting In
a system or waterworks In tho city or
Ardmoro in tho said district ot tho In-
dian Territory and for tho purposo ot
deciding whether or not tho said city
ot Ardmoro shall Issuo school houso
bonds to tho amount of $25000 bear-
ing Interest at tho rnto of 5 por cent
por annum from dnto ot Issunnco pay-
ablo semi-annually and maturing 20
years from date issuanco tho pro-
ceeds of said bondfl shall bo usod for
tho purposo or building school houses
In tho said city or Ardmoro.
Thoso voting for tho Issuanco of
such bonds shall havo printed on tholr
tickets "For tho Issuanco ot ono hun-
dred nnd fifty thousand (?150000) dol-
lars nt flvo (5) por contum twenty
years waterworks bonds." 2. "For tho
Issuanco ot twonty-flvo thousand
(125000) dollars at flvo (G) por cen
tum twenty year school houso bonds."
And thoso voting against tho Issu
anco or said bonds shall havo printed
on tholr tickets "Agnlnst tho issuanco
or ono hundred nnd fifty thousand
($150000) dollars flvo (5) per centum
twenty years waterworks bonds." 2.
"Aganst tho Issuanco ot twonty-flvo
thousand ($25000) dollars flvo (5)
por contum twonty year school houso
Tho places of holding such elections
In tho said city of Ardmoro shall b
In ward No. 1 at tho Appoal ofllco
on tho north sldo of West Main stroet.
In ward No. 2 at tho flro station on
tho oast sldo of North Washington
In ward No. 3 at tho Noblo building
on corner of D and West Main streets.
In ward No. 4 at tho Williams
Corhn & Co. building on corner ol
Washington and Main streets.
Tho following Judges ot election
appointed by the Judgo of tho United
States court Southern district Indian
Territory aro hereby nppolntod to
hold and conduct such election as pro-
vided by law:
Ward No. 1 A. D. Mayhow Monroe
Whoeler nnd W. S. Wolvorton.
Ward No. 2 a. A. Drnln Ed Allon
and John Canc.'an.
Wanl No. 3 Capt. J. S. Hammr-r.
O. T. Tylor nnd Mike Kemp.
Ward No. 4 W. h. Gardner Stanhy
Iiruco and Ash Douglas.
Said polls shall be opened at S
o'clock n. m. and closed at sunset on
the snmo day and the return shall be
made forthwith as by law required.
Given under my hand this the Oih
day of Septoinbsr 1002.
II. W. DICK
Mayor of the city ot Ardraou.
In the United State! Court In the In
dlan Territory Southern district.
Eatella C. Green rinlntlfr vs.O. K.
Green Defendant. No. 5338.
The Defendant O. K. Green i
warned to appear In this court in
thirty days ad answer the complaint
of the Plaintiff Kstella C. Green.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend
judge this 18th day of September
1802. C. M. CAMPBE1J Clerk.
J. S. Mullen nttornoy.
J. H. Mathers attorney for non-re .v
First published Sept. 10 1002.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In tho United Slntos Court for tho
Southern District of tho Indian Tei-
rltory. In tho mnttor of II. H. Hil-
ton bankrupt: In bankruptcy. No.
To the Honorablo Hosea Townsend.
Judge ot tho District Court of the
United Statos for tho Southern Dis-
trict or tho Indian Territory:
II. H. Huston or Chlckasha In the
Southern District or tho Indian Terri
tory in said District respectfully rep-
resents that on the 18th day of Sep
tombor last past ho was duly adjudg
od bankrupt undor tho acts of congress
rolatlng to bankruptcy; that ho has
duly surrendered all his property and
rights ot property and has fully com-
piled with nil tho requirements of said
acts and of tho orders of tho Court
touching his bankruptcy.
Whercforo he prays that ho may ba
decreed by tho Court to havo a full
dlschargo from all dohts provable
against his ostato under said bankrupt-
cy acts oxcopt such dobts as are ex
coptcd by law from such discharge
Dated this 17th day of September
A. D. 1002.
H. H. HUSTON Bankrupt.
Southern District or tho Indian Ten I
On this 17th day or September. A
D. 1002 on reading tho roregolnc ;
tltlon It Is ordorod by the Court thai
a hearing be bnd upon the same ot
tho 9th day br October. A D 10(2.
foro aald Court at Chlckasha In sali
District nt 0 o'clock In the forenoon i
and that notlco thereof bo nublshed n
Tho Ardmorelte a nowspnper printed
in said District and tbnt nil knowr
creditors and other persons In Interes'
may appear at tho said tlmo and nlari
and show causo ir any thoy havo whj
tho prayer ot said petitioner shouU
not bo grnnted.
And It Is further ordered bv thi
Court thnt tho clork shall send by mat
to all known creditors copies of sail
potltlon and this order addressed tl
thom at their places or resldenco ai
Witness tho Honornblo Hosea Town
send Judgo or tho snld Court and tin
seal thoroor at Chlckasha in sal
District on Sopt. 17 1902.
C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk. (
By J. W. SPEAKE Doputy Clork.
(Seal of Court.)
First published Sopt. 19. 1902.
Notice In Bankruntcv.
In tho District Court or tho Unite
Statos for tho Southorn District
Ardmoro. In tho matter ot H.
n.i. 1 1 - 1 ...
uuuurupi m oanicruptcy:
To tho creditors nf II 7.
... . viuvnvi 1
tho Southorn illntrlnf In t.iiI
. . - . vv t t-4 U
Territory nt Ardmoro a bankrupt: N'
tico is horoby given that on tho lCtj
day of Soptombor. 1902. tho said H. r!
Crocket was duly adjudgod bankrum
uiiu nun mo itrsi meeting of his crei
Itors will bo hold at my ofllco at til
courthouso in tho city or Ardmoro o
tho 27th day of Sonlnmimr innn a
- WW) . IS V j 1
10 O'clock in tho fnren nnn nf whirl
tlmo tho said creditors may atten(
provo tholr claims annolnt a tmstel
oxamlno tho bankrupt and transa
such othor business ns may corao b(
foro said meeting. JOHN HINKLE
noforeo in Bankruptcy.1
First published Sept. 17.
Feet 8wollen to Immense Size. '
I had kldnov trmihln en hnrl ani
J. J. Cox or Valloy Viow Ky "that;
Kuum noi worK my roet woro swoiia
to Iraraonso slzo and I was confln
to my hod nnd nhvnlrlnna mnrn tin)
blo to givo tnti any roller. My doc
imauy prescnoeu Foloy's Kidney cm
which mado a woll roan of mo." Fi
saio uy uonner & Bonner.
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