The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 273, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 24, 1902 Page: 7 of 8
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RIGHTS OF NAVAJO VOMAN
.She Alone of All Inillnn Sijuana V.n-
I o)n liulciirtiilvnci-.
; The Nnvnjo woman who 1ms made
licr trlbo the must ruinous of all llv-
Ing Indian race 1y menus of hur stent
'Mid excellent Invention tho Navajo
blnnket occupies a ooclnl position of
'great liiilepenilence. Her property
rights nre cnrofttlly respected. She
lowns much of the wealth of the tribe
iirnd licr children belong to her nlone.
A wcv.mn may have hundreds of sheep
when she marries nnd not one be-
. comes tho property of her husband.
Descent Is traced through tho female
line. It Is n survival of tho prlmltlvo
1 The Navojo woman has no perma-
ticnt home. The process of the tribe
has been greatly Impeded by Its dnrk
superstition that every death Is caused
by Chlnde the devil and that evil
spirits linger about the dead body. Tho
house Is never occupied again. The
' corpse Is burial In the lloor and the
house pulled down over It and a Nil-
vajo would frctftc before he would
make a flro upon the logs of on" of
these deserted heaps. So tho Navajo
"hogan" Is a poor temporary affair a
1 mere circular hut of logs and stones
with a hole In tho roof for the smoke
and a blanket for tho door. In tho
summer the Navajo woman loves to
move Into a brush wickiup made of
greasewood boughs. There she sets up
I her loom In tho shadow of tho rocks
nnd lives In tho open air all summer.
'! Chicago Inter Ocean.
A BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP FREE.
'There Is a tide In tho affairs of man which taken at Its flood leads on
fortune." We aro going to mako this year tho turning point In tho Ufa
sorao onorgotlc bright hustling boy or girl. You well understand that
today tho real roan Is tho man of buslnoss nnd you know too that almost
ory lino of honest work In tho world Is open to womon. How different
from a few years agol Now hero Is a plan that will placo at your com
mand a first-class buslnoss education lit you for earning a good snlary or
equip you for tho successful management of any business enterprise. And
Is so simple so easy and such pleasant omploymont that no young man
lady can afford to lot It pass. To tho person sending us tho largest list
annual subscribers to tho Weekly Ardmorclto by the 1st day of Decora
bcr 1902 wo will send a paid up scholarship In tho Southwestern Business
University of Oklahoma City. This collogo has been ostabllshod for a num-
ber of years and has every equipment necessary to Impart a thorough busi-
ness education. Its teachers aro men of training In their various lines of
ork and you aro given your choice of book-keeping and banking or sten
ography. ThCBo courses Includs thorough training in penmanship spelling
letter writing and English.
Do not hesltato; enter tho contest today. Sco your friends. -Many of them
ho aro reading tho paper now will renew for a year.
Another fcaturo of tho contest Is you got good pay for evory hour's
ork whllo earning tho scholarship. Wo will glvo you 15 cents for evory
annual subscriber or In other words for every subscriber you remit us 85
cents and keop tho 15 cents to pay you for your time. Samplo copies will
bo furnished you. Bo the first In your town or neighborhood to tako up tho
ork. Surely you can send In as many as twonty subscribers. Fill out
this blank tonight nnd mail it to us.
Slwtlc 11pi1 For Hvnl licit
If slnglo beds were more numerous
than they are a great many peoplo
would bo better off. When ono is
tired sick cross restless out of sorts
hc-or she ought to sleep nlone and not
communicate by proximity tho mal-
adies that affect him. The brute crea-
tures when sick go away by them-
selves till they die or get over their
troubles and this Instinct a great
many human beings have. Those that
have It nro best If Indulged In it not
to the slightest degree of neglect how-
ever. Where two children in a family
must share the samo room In a great
mnny cases they would bo better oft to
have two slnglo beds rather than ono
wide double bod. Wo can sharo n
great many things with those we love
but solitude clings to us from birth to
death. Wo come Into tho world nlone;
wo must go out of It nlone and wo
live In It alone In n certain Important
souse nnd to get nnd keep our "bear-
lugs" we must sometimes bo left alone.
It Is good that wo should be. Family
THE ARDMOREITE Ardmore I. T.
I deslro to enter tho contest for th scholarship In tho Southwestern
Business University at Oklahoma City "leaso send mo samplo coplos and
tho necessary blanks for sending In nnmos and making romlttancos.
Yours very truly
thorough practical tralnlnc school complote nnd no to date In etery department.
Dar and night acbool the entire year. Dar paplli attend nlclt ichool without extra
obargo. Tuition I7.M nor month or fu for unlimited acholarahlp. Hoard 110 to 112 80
per month. No vacation. Puplla inay enter at any time. Every pupil la placod on hi
merits and may advance aa rapidly aa hta ability -rill permit. Thoroairh training ln
hortest time consistent with efficiency lteferencea Any bank or business (lrra In
dfttnesrllle. For catalogie addresi
O.I P. BELVIDflK' A. M.. President. OalnosTllle Texas.
The Odor of Dentil.
A London physician of large practice
asserts that owing to his extremely
sensitive sense of smell he can foretell
tho coming of death forty-eight hours.
lie says that when a patient comes
.within two days of death a peculiar
earthy smell Is emitted from the body
When tho fatal disease is slow In Its
progress tho odor makes Its nppenr-
ance as much as three days before
hand but when tho disease Is of tho
galloping kind tho doctor says ho re
ceives much shorter warning. lie at
tributes the smell to mortification
which begins within the body beforo
life Is extinct.
Dogs aro thought to have this sense
for hunting hounds havu been observed
to begin a mournful baying a duy or
two before their musters died.
J nek Cnde'ti .Monument.
At Ucathfleld In Kugland Is a farm
on which still stand the remains of
an old stone house that is said once to
have been tho homo of tho notorious
Jack Cade. Whether or not Cade ever
lived there can never be accurately de-
termined but there Is no disputing tho
fact that he was killed In that neigh
borhood. On tho main road not far from
tho ruins of tho house stands a uion
ument with this Inscription: "Near this
spot was slain the notorious rebel Jack
Cado by Alexander Idcn Esq. sheriff
of Kent A. D. 1450. Ills body was
carried to London and his head fixed
upon London bridge. This Is tho sue
cess of all rebels and this fortuno
chanccth ever to traitors."
Ill y'iuiintlile Too Slronir.
"You might think" said Meandering
Mike "dnt I don't know how to work.
If you do lady dat's a mistake. .I'm
a wonderful handy inuti at a lot o'
"Then why don't you get employ
"It's mo principles dat keeps me
from followln' mo industrious Incllna
tlous. Every tlmo dere's a strike de-
clared I goes on a sympathetic strike
to help along do cause. An' dere's a
strike somcwhero or another purty near
all de time." Washington Stur.
A Unlet l'lnce.
There aro queer nooks and corners
In England yet.
A country parson went to preach In
an old rcmoto parish ono Sunday.
The aged sexton In taking him to tho
place insinuatingly said:
"I hope yer rlv-rcnco won't mind
prcachln from tho chancel. Yo see this
Is a quiet place and l'vo got a duck
Blttln on fourteen eggs In tho pulpit."
Didn't Cure to Knovr.
Laffan I've got a new conundrum
Do you know why I am like a mulo
with a soro head?
Grofat No; I kuow you are but
don't know why you are. Chicago
Do cow kick do milk over knso sho
nln't got no sense en folks stnn roun'
tn cry 'bout It kaso dey In do samo fix
cz do cow. Atlanta Constitution.
Tho muscles of a bird's wing aro
twenty times more powerful propor
tionately sneaking than those of
THE Ilia WHITB HOUSE SIGN.
will nil be plensnnt if you hnve
Saddle and bridle to suit you.
Our line includes Borne very
perfect Saddles well made nnd
comfortable wbich we sell a
a very low price. More elab-
orate ones cost more money but
tlioy are all worth what we cbarce
There's no use talking our harness ha been the best hnrness sold
in this country for years and it's still the best. Ask the railroad
men who use our harness exclusively.
u Second hand Harness and Saddles taken in exchange for New
Goods. Come in and see my stock.
Ii the World
That's easy enough
to do whenever
you know how.
This can be done
best where you
have the largest
stock to select from
Wayne Hacks s
STEVENS KENNERLY & Springfield.
James & Graham
YOUNG & HEINTZ
Machinery Mill I Gin Supplies
High Grade Belting a Specialty.
"Write for what yon win1
TAKE THE ARDMOREITE.
TUESDAY October 14
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WASHINGTON D- C.
Low round trip rates by tho Itock
Ialnnd syBtcm "Choctaw Oklahoua
nud Gulf railroad" to tho O. A. It. En-
campment Washington D. 0. Tick
ets on salo Oct. 2 3 4 nnd C good re-
turning until Oct. 14 with prlvllcgo
of extension of limit until Nov. 3.
Cheap Bldo trips to tho various battla
fields In tho vicinity of Washington.
Two Papers for $1.30
The Facts In the Case
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If you'll read the News a whllo
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t Is specially edited that's why.
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nt tho expiration of tttno paid for.
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clean new up to
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and everything for the
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When you buy your Rroceries from us we will give you tho best
goods in the market.
TUB FLOUR WE SELL has no equal.
All the Breakfast Foods in our house aro made of the new cer
Wo sell more goods consequently we sell fresher goods than any
Ask for what you want; it is here.
FELKER The Grocer.
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Broadway Carriage Shop.
Rubber Tire Work
Cold Tire Setting
Gan make you anything in the Buggy Line
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 273, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 24, 1902, newspaper, September 24, 1902; Ardmore, I. T.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc78888/m1/7/: accessed April 12, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.