The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 50, Ed. 1, Monday, January 5, 1903 Page: 7 of 8
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HE REFUSED TO SELL.
Tnrncr ami UN lrc t l -li.rr "TUrn
iiuIIiIIuk uf lurtt.
When Tunifi li'imo. !w jrrrnt pic-
ture "Tlie lti of i . i'iIiiikc" lie
wns UlRnpiiolntwi I-. tT'f ml not
been Bold nt ou' .'t n. n.itp vliw
niul nnsry with ttii n- i. rriilvinliiK
it severely. Sir IliVrt Iil enlluil hu-
"Mr. Turner" Hold ln. -I ndmlro your
'CnrthnRo bo much that I want lu buy
it. I nm told you want H0 sitliun for
"Yes" Fald Turner; "It was r.00 guin-
eas but today r.V two."
"Well" wild C.;r Itoliert. "I did not
come prepared to tUt tiCO. mid 1 must
think It over. At thi Mine time It
seems to nic that (be vlmiiju' I" an ex-
trnordlnary pleeo of IhihIiicxs on your
"Do nM you ( lenw." wild Turner. "Do
as you picas. ."
Aflcr a few uiy Sir Itnhert cnlled
npilu upuii the t.i'i'iit painter. "Mr.
Turner." bo Iii-kiu;. Mlllioiivli I thought
It a vit.v .V.i-.nirt!lmi-y Ihliij; for you to
rnlse your pr.re. 1 Min!l In- proud to buy
that piil lie ' i nd I i in in i imtod to give
you t:: . .iii:ii "
"Ah!" wild Tin i i "It was 0O0 guin-
eas but tixliij I; h 7( .'
Sir Itobert uru miy. and Turner
laughed. "I t ii in fun." ho snld.
"I don't Intend i ! tin- p eture at all.
-It shall be my . . . i ; "liect."
For ynirn h .' i; lu bis cellar.
Then It wiix I. ii : up and hung In
his Kitllery. w.. . i. i umlurit iih long
as be 1 1 i i i ' i- iIIi'hI. be left It
to the nation t mill Conipaulon.
I'll 1 1' I ill; I 1m- 1'ncr.
George Coition an (Id Soutclimnn of
miserly habltti. hum dying. A neighbor
who was on friendly trims with the
old man's rclatlveo agreed to call on
the minister and bee him to try to
Induce the old fellow to nntUo u will.
The minister consented and at length
persuaded the miser to allow n lawyer
to be Bent for.
l(y the time he arrived the old man
was rapidly nltit;liif-'. but tbo will was
smartly drawn up and duly awaited his
signature. Ho wiih propped up lu bed
mid managed to write "George Gor ."
Then ho fell back exbauvted.
An eager relative who stood by seized
the pen and stuck It In the dying man's
"'D.' Geordle."d.'" referring to tbo
next letter of the signature.
The old mini glared up wrathfully.
"Dee?" he snapped. "I'll dec when
I'm ready je avaricious watch!"
A certain woman has u husband who
has done such a tiling as to forget to
do what his wife had requested. Tho
other evening about 5 o'clock he camo
home and she went at him.
"John" she said "did you tell that
expressman to como hero this after-
noon?" "Yes Mary" he answered meekly.
"Well ho luiBii't come."
"Is that so?"
"Yes It Is. Now bow do you ac-
count for It?"
John gave the matter u few mo-
"Well my dear." ho said Anally
"either he's lying or I am and to ro-
llevo us both from your suspicions I'll
just step down to bis place and see
what's tho matter." And the charita-
ble John went to see the expressman.
A Gtmlntiiry Rem.
The chef was Ignorant of the pres-
enco of the cannibal king who eyed
him critically while a sunny smile
danced guyly over his dimpled fea-
tures. Suddenly the chef becaino nvrore
of his presence and said as be most
"I would have your majesty kuow
that 1 have just created a formula for
u soup that shall win an Instuut Im-
mortality." . "And what may It be?" asked tho
' monarch Impatiently. "I never was an
expert In the art of guessing and I
would know the mime of your new de-
coction." And the chef appreciating the king's
lutercst and his own Importance sa-
laamed again and replied:
"Mock missionary." New York
A Hull for n Rod.
The ancient Kgyptlans believed that
the spirit of their greatest god Osiris
dwelt anions them In the form of a
pure wbllo bull marked by a certain
sign. Herodotus mentions two of theso
signs a black eagle on the back and a
black forehead with a square of white
in Its center. These creatures when
found were worshiped during life and
mummified after death. The New York
Historical society has one of these
"bull gods" a line muiniuy from the
temple of Sernpls.
There was a very small audience
present mid It was rapidly dwindling
awuv On the stage the hero and hero-
ine are holding n rendezvous.
Hcro to llcniluer-Are we alone?
Heroine (thinking of tho audience)
Not yet. There are two fellows near
the door who look as if they might be
able to sit through another act.
Tlirlr Titln of lilt'.
Georglaua Julia and .lack don't stay
out at thulr now country place at' nil.
"Oh they want to be lu town all tho
time to tell everybody bow much they
like It out In the country." Life.
J tint for n LurU.
Itu'bblt Hunter-Do'you like birds?
Bird Hunter Sure! I love 'cm!
Itabbliuier-Thcn cat my rabbit
(or a.lark.rsUnrrvardlLa mpoon.
The 'martyrs tovicefar exceed the
martyrs to vlrUie.botltlln endurance
Setting of the Criminal Docket for the
December 1902 Term.
Following Is tho criminal docket as
set for hearing lor the December 1002
term at Ardmore:
Monday January 12 1903.
Jamos Burton larceny.
James Dlllard murder.
D. B. Bowie manslaughter
l.lsli Bradburn murder
l.nhon McKlnney forgery.
Sam and Isaac Hoed manslaughter
(inno Kails nolle prossc embezzle-
ment. Boy Carter Larceny.
George It. Tucker Newt Gann and
Dawdy Tucker murder. .
Tuesday January 13 1903.
Jim Brown larceny.
Mack Franklin larceny.
Mack Franklin larceny.
Davo Crow larceny.
E. W. Falrman murder.
Leo Galllmorc murder.
Henry Bland aggravated assault.
N. P. McMllllan adultery.
Otis Fonoy murder.
Charles II. Bennett displacing mort-
Press Butler malicious mischief.
Grant Armstrong selling liquor.
Arthur Alexander assault to rape.
Polly Davidson larceny.
John Faust larceny.
Wednesday January 14 1903.
Ben Powers Jnmca Powers Berry
Husbands and Emmet Husbands lar
Bill Patty larceny.
Mint Pattls weapon.
Wrn. Kellor (asylum) assault to
Henry Chllds (crazy) assault to kill.
Boh Dovors larceny.
Tom TIpps selling 'liquor.
John Law murder.
Ijuls Sulllvnn larceny.
Tom Hnloy and Joo Myers larceny
Joo Myers malicious mischief.
Tom Ross assault to kill.
Burt Smith larcony.
Tuesday January 15 1903.
nohort Wallace and Houston Wal
Adgo Mlllor and John B. Clark lar
Bud Norrls larcony.
J. D. Dalloy larceny.
J. A. Bentley Intercourse femalo un
W. H. Falles obstructing U. S. mall.
E. J. Williams violation rovenuo
Robert Wallace larceny.
John Faust larcony.
W. It. McCrary embezzlement.
J. B. Flnley nollo prosse larceny
Henry Langhorn larceny.
It. A. WlIIIamB murder
h Friday January 16 1903.
It. G. Guptill and Lyman Beard ma
James Brownfleld and Ben Kerr
i. I. CrowduB violating rovenuo
Con 1'iuiit nolle prossc Introducing
Webster Burton Intercourse female
Jerry Day destroying' fence.
Earnest DIetman and Charles Diet
man destroying fence.
George Matlock perjury.
Gcorgo Searcy selling liquor.
Saturday January 17 1903.
J. N. May obstructing process.
Harry F. Hill manslaughter.
Harry F. Hill manslaughter.
Z. II. Doftrom larceny.
T. J. Baum selling liquor.
John II. Lowe forgory.
Oscar King perjury.
Jako Bodovltz nollo prosse viola-
tion Sec. 2148 B. S. U. S. '
Dob Barnes larceny.
Henry Ross larceny.
Vornor Ladcll disturbing peace.
T. Tiers larceny.
Monday January 19 1903.
Horman Mercer and Fred Gay (to
G J.) murder.
Ben Perry murder.
Tom Aiken murder.
Ben Wright robbery.
Emery Lamar murder.
Ben Baxter assault to rape.
Commlssloners's cases whero defen-
dants aro In Jail to be sot for Monday
19 Tuesday 20 Wednesday 21 Thurs-
Friday January 23. 1903.
Buster Tyler and Jack Tyler lar-
ceny. Vcrnor Ladcll weapon.
Tom Bee selling liquor.
Dr. J. Gum soiling liquor.
Gcorgo Smith mnnulaughter.
Joseph Weiss nollo prosso violat-
ing Sec. 2148 R. S. U. S.
Mount Cate disturbing peace.
Jack Aloxandor Leo Kemp C. Mad-
lock and D. Hogs larcony.
J. F. Greenwood aggravated assault.
Jesso Gunn assault to kill.
Vernor Ladcll Assault to kill
..Saturday January 24 1903.
Richard Bolln assault to kill.
John Vlnard weapon.
Fred Goldston disturbing peace.
Walter Alexander disturbing re-
ligious worship. - v
Henry Phillips selling Uquor.'''--
Dare Humphries 3Ulng llqu'er.'
Joo Pulllam larceny.
t.i t- n..mt a a n..mt inniin!
Georgia Hawkins murder.
Win. Barnes larceny.
Dirk Haley .larceny rr
Rufe Johnson and G. W. Johnson
.. Monday January 26 1903.
Jasper Bohannon selling liquor.
John A. Dodd removing mortgaged
Wm. B. Slgman embezzlement.
B. F. Jones alias J. S. Powers for
Zan Davidson falso pretense.
7an Davidson falso pretense.
Arthur Muzzoll larceny.
Walker George larceny.
Wm. McKclIup larceny.
Oscar Smith and Eaacr Reed re
ceiving stolen property.
Easer Reed soiling liquor.
J. S. Frazlor selling liquor.
P. N. Stiff soiling liquor.
Joseph Brawloy assault to kill.
H. W. Georgo nnd Wm. McKellup
Morris Harris larceny.
Tuesday January 27 1903.
Red Skaggs larceny.
King Simmons assault to kill.
Wash Lewis soiling liquor.
James Soxton adultery.
Georgo Reynolds nollo prosso
Will McKollup nrson.
Walker Georgo and Will McKollup.
Walker George larceny.
Walker- George and Honry Moore
Wnlker Georgo and Bud Works
Walker Georgo and Ed George lar-
cony. Walker Gcorgo larcony.
Walker Gcorgo and Francis Thomp-
.. Wednesday January 28 1903.
Curvln Carson larceny.
Joe Burton larcony.
Albert L. KUllon weapon.
J. A. Sklpworth aggravated asMult.
J. F. Bonnott soiling liquor.
Clayton Russoll selling liquor.
James Shaw larcony.
Jim Powell disturbing penco.
L. B. Enloo assault.
Clint Woodlngton disturbing rollg'
Pink Smith malicious mischief.
Hugh Faulkner assault to rapo.
Leonard Bowling lntercourso fe
male under 1G.
Otto Bowman assault to kill.
John B. Alkcns assault to kill.
Tom 'Ward assault to kill.
J. D. Shanks assault to kill.
Tuesday January 29 1903.
Joe Dcaton disturbing religious
Joo Dcaton disturbing worship.
Ben Brown larceny.
M. S. Osborn soiling liquor.
Buster Ray .selling liquor.
Walter Hill assault to kill.
Frank Hall weapon.
John B. Alkon weapon.
Lum Aiken weapon.
Matt Brown weapon
Jim Gaines larceny.
C. T. Klmbrough selling Htuor.
Lum Alklns selling liquor.
Wallaco Williams aggravated as
Joe Smith assault to kill.
Tom Brazlol disturbing peace.
J. A. WHburn and Sam Harris sell
Sam Chccdlo and Joo Colbert dls
John B. Aiken selling liquor.
Friday January 30 1903.
W. B. Corlew burglary.
Sam Bakor disturbing religious
J. W. Sanders murder.
Walter C. Vannoy' murder.
Mart Lowroy murder.
Wm. Qrlggs perjury.
Walter Putty and W. E. Thompson
Arthur McGahco assault to kill
W. R. Humo weapon.
J. A. Hurlburt and Bill Burleson
Morton Satterwhlte soiling liquor
Johnson Franklin soiling Ibjuor.
Joo McFarland soiling liquor.
Cairo Christian selling liquor.
Matt Williams soiling liquor
J. M. Brown selling liquor.
Moso Osborn selling liquor
W. L. Cox Introducing liquor.
J. F. York Introducing liquor.
Jim Johnson Introducing liquor.
Willnrd HIggs and John Hornbeck
Saturday January 31 1903.
W. C. Daniels larceny
Miss N. E. Cheecy (a-yium). assault
J. A Bentloy larcony.
James Llttrell larceny.
W. E. Mooro nnd C. L. Clarhoru
Jesso Llttrell larceny.
II. N. Jeffries larceny.
Mitchell McKenzIe adultery.
Joo White assault to kill.
.. ..Monday February 2 1903.
Chapman assault to kill.
Tom Code embezzlement'
Edgar Ridge seductioa.'
Bud Austin weapon
Orcn Austin weapon.
Jim WuJtcflold larceny.
Jim Whltcficld larceny.
Henry Mnrkliam. larcony.
G. W. Pollock disposing of mort
Mnlcom Green weapon.
A. B. Nowmnn larceny.
W. 8. Arrlngton .weapon.
Roland Sknggs Inmes Leo and
John Crump Injury to church house.
Jako Love wenpon
Jnson Holland aggravated assault.
Tuesday February 3 1903.
J. E. Jeffries larceny.
James E. Hardin larceny
Bill Groomcs and Major Hunt lar
Joo Monkcrs and Charley Faulk
ner disturbing tho peace.
Walter C. Vannoy nnd Peter Mlcklc
Ben Smith nnd Ed I'navy disturbing
J. W. Gllllnm and Albort Moore
Wylcy Crnddock disturbing peace.
Abo lovc woapon.
Wednesday February 4 1903.
Bud True larcony.
Bud True larcony.
Bud True larcony.
II. H.Bolow murdor.
Jako Lewis assault to kill.
Albert Moore and Annio Mooro sell
Elmer Jones woapon.
Gcorgo Anderson nnd Dick Rags
dalo selling liquor.
Tom Anderson murdor.
Henry Oats selling liquor.
Frank O. Smith fnlso pretense
Bob Cotton disturbing peace.
Bob Cotton weapon.
..Thursday February S 1903.
T. T. Mllllgnn larcony.
Jako Lewis assault to kill.
Jako Lowls nollo prosso weapon
William Thornton murdor.
Gcorgo Browor Introducing liquor.
Bert Smith assault to kill.
Lum Bohnnon selling liquor.
John Harris selling liquor.
Jay Jonos Inrceny.
G. T. Searcy soiling liquor.
Albert Porter gelling liquor.
J. P. Wlllinms selling liquor.
E. L. Moles Introducing liquor.
E. L. Molos Introducing liquor.
N. B. Tuylor Introducing liquor.
J. W. Froy introducing liquor.
Ed. Whitford selling liquor.
Friday February 6 1903.
Ed Johnson and Jim Shields assault
Milton Taylor weapon.
Boso Poe disturbing peace.
Boso Poe adultery.
Georgo W. Matlock nrson.
W. A. Zumwult fnlso pretense.
Roy Wheeler Sum Holly and Frank
E. H. Lanier exposing obscene pic-
tures. Charley Grovor disturbing peace.
Charley Grovor weapon.
G. W. Collins wenpon.
Rolla Alkln and Will Tnnkcr die-
Saturday February 7 1903.
John B. Alkln disturbing peace.
J. M. Mooro shipping game.
J. M. Moore violating section 2
Lewis Hanjs assault to kill.
Verpcr Stewart weapon.
John Adair weapon.
John Adair disturbing peace.
Jim Aloxandor distrublng peaco.
Eastman Howard nnd Sidney Chaf-
In disturbing religious worship
Rolla Alkln weapon.
John Howell weapon.
John Mnssey and Hill Massoy In-
Dwv Brazlol weapon.
Wm. narrlson larceny.
John Dcel larceny.
Wo havo opened a fusllado of low
prices on our stock of Winchester
rifles and target guns. Como In and
see tho guns and ask tho price.
WILLIAMS CORIIN & CO.
Cord wood sawod by steam cheaper
than any other method of preparing
wood Loave orders at Robhersou Ma-
Hotel Hampton Fffls
Rates $2 per Day
Special attention to the traveling
public. . Newly renovated.
Double sample room. .. Bath in
connection free to transient
the moat heallnv.talvo n tho wsrld
A National Sport.
Uncle Sntn eno urageB every innn
to leiira to shoot nnd to shoot well.
The man who knows how to shoot
well and owub a good Run never drags
out weary days. lie hns thi menus
and ingenuity to mnko a good time ont
of every dull day.
If yon haven't a gnn buy one now
whilo we have nlado buying ensv;
If the gun you havo doesn't salt
you buy one of those that will.
The L. G. Smith Double Barreled Gun
The Lefever Hammerless Shot Gun
The Winchester Shot Gun;
Williams Coi ling Co.
The Year 1902 is Gone-Let it Go.
TnE OLD YEAR With oil its hnppinesa nnd sadness its
fulfillments and disappointments its gains nnd its
losses is gouo.
THE NEW YEAR 1903 Fraught with limitless possibilities
hopes and ambitions in here. May it prove to be a
year of happiness and prosperity for you and yours.
Hall & mills
Bier Stock of Stoves Furniture and
all Kinds of Household Goods
New and Second Hand Bought Hold Repaired Rented and
Exchanged for any kind of old goods. We sell on the
Installment Plan or for Cush. No harm to
get our Prices Seef
c o. & q. r. n.
MEMPHIS THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST
TEXAS OLD MEXICO CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST.
Pullmin Driwlng-Room Buflol Sleeptrt Though to
Pueblo Colorado Springs and Denver.
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
On All Trnlns
J. t McKALLY D. P. A.
Oklahom City. 0 T.
GEO. H. LEE 0. P. It
A. 8. WACJNER. T. P. LITTLE D. M. MORGAN.
T. r. A. MTce. Tex. P. A.
W. II. WEEKS
Prints All the NEWS All the Time.
AND PERFECT 8ERVIOK.
E. M. DUNCAN T. P A.
Oilahom Clr. 0. T.
T. A. Lltlli Rock Ark.
LOW HOLIDAY RATES
Will sell tickets at one fare plus $2 for the round
trip Dec. 13 17. 21 22 23 26. Limit 30 days.
Cotton Belt trains carry Pullman Sleepers at nlRlit
Parlor Cafe Cars ditrinj tlic day and Through
Coaches and Free Hec' iimc Chair Cars both dav
and night. The service compares favorably with
that of any road in the country.
Write and tell us where you are going and when
you will leave and we will tell you what your ticket
will cost and what train to take to make the best
time and connections.
Carilciot Tex. T. P. A.. N. Werli. Tex.
0. P. 4 T. A. Trier Tex.
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