The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 69, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 27, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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The OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of tie
Ualted States Court for th Sooth era
tttstrict Indian Territory; alio lor the
Cotckasaw Stock Association of the
tadlaa Territory and the oCdal organ
of the city.
Gulf Colorado 4. SanU Fe Railway.
Galveston & Chicago Exp... 3: 9 am.
Cleburne & K. C. Exp .4:25 p.m.
Calvesten & Chicago Exp. .il.il Ma.
Cleburne fc K. C Exp ll:2am.
Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf Railway.
Arrive .at Ardraore IMS p. ra.
L-eaTO Ardmore 2:35 p. sa.
Local freight carrying piasengeri alto.
Ko trains oa Sundays.
All United States mails close 34
minutes prior to train time.
DAVn? RBDFIELP. P. M.
Term of United State Court.
At Cblckaska Begins Monday. Sep-
tetaber 29. 1902. and Monday Febru-
ary 16 1903 and continues In session
At Ryan Bcgtas Monday October
IS 1902. aad Monday. March 2 1903
aad continues In session tea days.
At Pur cell Begins Thursday Octo-
ber 24 1902 and Thursday March 12
1903 aad continues la seesloa tea days.
At Paals Valley Begins Monday
WoTember 3 1902. aad Moaday March
23 1903 aad continues la sessloa four
At Ada Begins Monday. December
1 1902 and Monday April 20. 1903
aad continues la sessloa oae week.
At Tishomingo Begias Moaday. De-
cember 8. 1902 aad Moaday April 27
1903 aad continues la session one
At Ardraore Begins Moaday De-
cember IS 1902 aad Moaday .May 4
1903 and continues la session eight
weeks or longer.
Any erroneous resection upon the
character or reputation of any per-
son which may be printed In theArd-
morelte. cr any article based on re
ports that are false will be gladly cor-
rected If brought to the attention of
If you turn In a fire alarm by tele
phone don't call for tho Cro depart'
meat but tell "Central" where the
fire Is. U C. SLAUGHTER Chief.
Use the Long-Distance Telephone
and call up
PHONE NO. 5
. If you want tho Ardmorelte.
Ardmore Tuesday Januray 27.
The English are greatly pleased at
tho signing of the Anglo-American
treaty for the settlement of the Alask
Ardmore's steady progress forward
is due to the contentrxteJ efforts of
her cltlzeas. Let every raaa put bis
art r liter to the heel aa 1 accomplish
Former Senator E. O. Wotoott of
Colorado has Issued a statement with-
drawing from the contost for senator
aad urging the people of Colorado to
accept Teller's election as regular acd
The month of January U naariag a
close yt Ardmore's cotton receipt
are averaging forty balos of cotton
every day. Can any other town in the
Territory or North Texas beat this
rdeord? . .
It Is told by the GIoi-Democrat that
Senator Beveridge lives modestly on
a small salary and accepts no rail
road passes or telegraph franchisee.
If those are facts then this Is true
Tho coal moa of the Indian Terr!
tory are going ahead with the propo-
sition to form a powder company with
a capital ef $100000. Already IM.000
has beea subscribed and as tho Dan!
son Herald has sold it would be a
joke on the powder trust if thoy should
really carry out their bluff.
It is reported from Washington that
this government can not see any prop
er oxcuse for entering the quarrel be
tween Germany and Venezuela. Still
there are those outside of government
circles who think the Monroe doctrine
is exeuse enough. Grover Cleveland
once dittoed la oa leas provocation aad
his words had a wonderful effect
The allied powers are takiag aa an
heard of stand their proposal tc
maintain their blockade aurtag the ar
bltratioa proeeedlags oal Yeaesuete
first pays their etalass or rfr secur
ity for them. Tail the lasUaaa polls
Sentinel proros hy the record aad
adds: "The apptleaUM of each a prta
clple to ordinary Utah wosjfci mob
do away wlih any report to courts.
Pay first acd then try the ease liter
Is not what one might consider a great
ft l a - -j . jr
. .la E.-". -S l'Fia ir-w
ti t taper? ' fa- as - bare !-
rrl. whf fa give pub':- .ty to W O
Hevii tUricl letter to Secretary
Hitchcock garl.r.; a"' x
qaeettoa. It is rnifcat tea tbeso
two papers would ;-it as sooa bare
a libel Mtlt tacked ep agansex oea
for mjm as they woaM on for
cents. Tho leuor tc la eosnmoo par-
lance rich rare as4 racy aad for sar
casm. Irony aad ridicule satght he
tensed a ttterary goes. Cnaaces are
that It wfU never e given a thought
hy Secretary Hitchcock aad that to
soeee woM he Its saddest feature.
The Ardcftorelte has feeea la peaces-
sioa of a typewrKlea copy of (Ms let-
ter for toate tlsse aad has heea asked
aad urged repeatedly to puMtsa the
saaae. We have aot none sov aad d
act care to becoate llahte to aay dam-
age sort la this affair ao waiter how
araeh protecUoa we are gaaraateed.
Its dttealatlci aasoag the people
la oar hjdgsoeat wooM la m
besMit the eastso.
The year was a record tweaker
la extraordiaary looses of life. It Is
ostisaated that tho deaths caswod hy
the voteaale oroptloas la the West
ladles aasahored about M.OOO aad
thoosaads aeare deaths reeeilted frosa
a tike eaawe la other parts of the
world. War added something like
3S.609 to 3.000 to the list of the fa-
talities the greatest loss of thla char-
acter betas la the TTaasraal. China
Africa and Veaonela. Deaths from
epiderales aggregated about 3C4.900
which Is eotlaiated as aearry ttJUM
more thaa the preceding year while
shlpwreeks account for 4.200 of the ac
cidental deaths or a early double those
from that caate in 1901. Suicide fig
ures a graad total of S.SSl. The aua-
ber of deaths caused hy raurdor aad
accidents of various kinds will foot
up a large aggregate which oaa aot
he approximately estimated.
If our city otacials hare granted
private Isdlvidual the right to put a
boat oa the city reservoir to be used
by them as a pleasure craft we think
they made a mistake. la the first
place it is aa Incentive for others to
do the same thing aad la the next
place this water which is intended for
family use la Ardmore should ever be
kept as pure as can poesfuly be done.
Men when boating become careless at
times and Inadvertently Impurities
contaminate the water to a certain
extent. We believe It U right for the
city to have a boat at the lake for Its
working In connection with the water-
works system hot for Individual pleas-
ure era Us it Is wrong aad should not
To the early riser the haay smoke
which hangs over Ardmore caused by
her many big Industries reminds oae
of a Pittsburg. The resonant blasts
of tho great whistles and the hurrying
to and fro of the bucket brigade all
give evidence that in the near future
Ardmore Js to be the great commercial
business and manufacturing eenter of
the Indian and Oklahoma torrltories.
The many enterprises now seeking ad-
mlsslou and which will be Installed
before the end of the present year in-
sures us that we shall not surrender
tho palm of commercial enterprises to
any other town.
. In Texas a curious commentary on
the oxtotlJK status of respect for the
law Is f-jund In a bill favorably report-
ed b? the Judiciary committee of the
bouse "requiring officers of the law to
enforce the law against carrying weap-
ons." Think of It a bill to force the
law officers to do their duty Perhaps
tho most efficacious way to enforce the
law would be to create a special fee
of five dollars for ever arrest made
where a weapon was found unlawfully
la the possoseion of the priaoaer.
When all other means fall perhaps
a big fee would prove succeosful.
In the mass of conflicting reports
aad conjectures that are being seat
out from Berlin London and Washing
ton about the Venesuelan affair it Is
Impossible to get the straight of Ger
many's Intentions In. the promises
Diplomacy is a difficult game so diffi
cult that several times nations have
been 'rrcod Into war before the game
was half ovor because the common
people did not understand It It would
seem the better course for the officials
to let the public more into their con-
fldeace. Cruelty to Their Children.
Btnghamtos N. Y.. Jan. H Mr
aad Mrs. Prank Croak who came to
Alexander Hill four years ago from
Itcllenry. III. are under arreet for
cruelty to their three children. The
yooagest died Thursday. Officer
Wbeatoa found oae child 2 years old.
chained In a chair and starved until
it weighed oaly twenty pounds. It had
beea in the ebalr all Us life. The con-
dition of the other two children was
ptUable. A fourth child died several
Weeks ago. The 3-year-oW child died
after being released.
Subscribe for the Ardmoreitei
INDIAN TERRITORY AN ORPHAN
Has No Stable Protection in tie
United States Senate-
Special to the Ardatorette.
Wattiagtoa. Jan cv-f fhaatag-
teat. Agatrt Owe aad others hero who
are rttafly aad altsrslr tatereetod ta
tho groator affairs of tadlaa Territory
rotactaatly admit that the tratk ttae
heea told heretofore la thee dispatch-
es that there Is ao dttposltiosi oa the
part of the coageoaoaea geaerallr to
do aaythtag for the Indtaa Territory
which can he amMed. Chief BaSag-
toa has Mil: "I holtoved that the
Xetsoa bill wmM he paated. aatll
withla the past few days. I hare ateo
believed that there was a chance for
the Moon bill aatll this wk. Now.
It seeaes to a that there is not very
good roaeoat to hope for the eaactatoat
of either Mil. It Is getting too late la
This is oaly a eoaeasekt seaee view
of tho situation as sooa from this
vantage point. Moreover regard
of tho bills ateaOoaod there are
latoroM asattcrs of tateaoe iatereat
to an of the people of the lad tan Ter-
ritory which hare beea almost la-
CoagreesBMa Little of Arkaasae.
who In trod need tho court bill for
Okeatah. says that ho has aot beea
able to set the eosnaslttee to take ap
the bill and that there seems to be
ao dlspoettioa to take It up. Congress
man BraadMge of Arkansas who In
troduced the commissioners' bill for
Bos well City says that be has some
prospect of getting that bill reported
this week but bills which are reported
most favorably this late ta the session
have MtUe show of becoming laws
because they must be passed by the
senate as welt as the hoaeo of repre-
sentatives aad mast also receive the
approval of the president In every
Those Arkastai coBgrestmea are
good fellows and wouM do aaythlag
la reason for the bills but. for ex-
ample how can they be expected to
Reelect their own districts aad push
bills for Indian Territory? That Is aa
example of how Indian Territory fares
la tho congress. Even when there
happens to be a few men disposed to
help the territory aad to aid individ-
ual enterprises there you see the con-
gressmen have to look first after the
Interests of their own districts. Take
Chat Boswell City bill for Instance
Congressman Brundidge Introduced It
aad bad It referred to a proper com-
mittee Congressman Raadolt of Tex-
as went before the committee and
urged Its passage. Then Congress-
man Brownlow of Teaaeseee was ask-
ed to took after the bill aad he did
so. But just as each oae of these men
was about to ask recognition for call-
ing up the bill they received word
from their several homes that they
must get recognition for bills of inter-
est to their own districts. Of course
the' had to obey orders from the peo-
ple that elect them to congress. Con-
sequently they could not do any more
for the territory.
Child Dragged to Her Death.
San Francisco Jan. 2. Belle
Wolfeley the 11-year-old daughter of
a widow living a few miles south of
this city was the victim of a peculiar
accident. The child bad taken a cow
to a watering trough near her home
and while waiting she tied the picket
rope around her waist. Becoming
frightened at a passing train the ani-
mal commenced running mad! across
the field dragging the helpless child
In Its trail. The little girl died with-
in aa hour after being rescued.
MILITARY MEN WANTED.
One Thousand With Military Training
to Go to Venezuela.
Joplla. Mo. Jan. 26. "A thousaad
men for cotonlsatloa In Venexaola" is
the beginning of a significant wast
advertsemeat which appeared today la
the Joplln newspapers.
"Hardy men are wanted and only
those who have seen military service"
The advertlsebent is signed "Vene-
aueta Company Joplla Mo."
It Is known that the company Is
composed of men with military train-
ing who have been In correspondence
with officials of the Venezuelan govern-
ment From certain movements that have
taken place it has been learned that
the VeaeaMeJaa eoeapaay is ia league
with personB Is St. Louts Memphis.
New Orleans aad other places In the
Mteetefilppi valley who ar working se-
cretly to organ lae colonization par-
ties. It is reported that the company has
already signed more than a hundred
moa. all of whom have had military
It is reported that the company is
making arrangements for the Immo-
dli'.'i transportation of the men to
Venezuela via the Gulf port at New
Charter Oak stoves lor flHy-tbree
years the standard. -sor
FULL BLOODS VILL NOT PERMIT
ALLOTMENT OF LANDS.
Are In an Vgy Mood Meetlnsi Being
Held Secretly Would Oust Every
White Man Threaten Rail-
reads Ada Active.
Ada. I. T.. Jan. M. Much excite-
ateat prevails among the half-breed
ladtane and some of the Intermarried
dttaoas ia thla section of the Indian
Territory. The Chtekasews aad Choc-
taws are hotdtag meetings aad organ-
ising to reetot aay attempt to allot
the lands. Quite a number of half-
breed aad intermarried cJUsoas are
ta front Red Spring near Stoaewall.
aad aeaay fear their lives because
the will not attend the meetings aad
Jota la with the full-bloods.
A prominent Indian citisea well
known la the Chickasaw nation but
who It afraid to hare his name seen-
Honed for fear of venneanco said to-
day: "Harro is having a woadcrful Influ-
ence aasoag the full-Moods. They held
a meeting at Red Springs Saturday
aad about 200 Indians were present.
They are advocating the allotment of
their laada la severalty aad swear
they will submit to nothing else. They
have It la specially for the railroad
company and threaten to tear up the
tracks. Nothing they claim will
satisfy thorn but the ejectment of every
whit dtlaen from their country and
their laada turned back to them as it
was ftfty rears ago. They claimed to
have employed ?. lawyer la Washing-
ton who says he oaa get this land
back aa ty want It. A fee of one
dollar is exacted of each Indian to
assist in defraying his expenses aad
he pledges himself to give any amount
necessary if called on to do m.
"The Iadians la my neighborhood
who have taken ao part are fearful
of their Uvea and if something Is not
doae aad at once ao doubt there will
be a number of us murdered la cold
blood. Th few who have W Joined
the organisation aad who wish to take
their allotment in a peaceable manner
are afraid to do so."
"Do you think any of your white
neighbors are in danger?"
"No not at present; but there is no
teniae; what these Indians may do if
the government does not take a hand
In this agitation."
Your correspondent questioned sev-
eral other proratneat Indians and all
talk about like the above aad show a
disposition of uneasiness. No on-
easinee is felt among the white cltl-
xene but It may become serious at
Later. Passengers on the south-
bound train arrived at S: 30 p. m. and
report that train No. 10. the Frisco
Metepr. was flagged at the Canadian
bridge by Indians and ordered to re-
turn to Francis but the engineer open-
ed the throttle and went ahead any-
way. Obstructions have been found at
numerous places on the railroad
tracks. Ada has put oa night police-
men. LOCAL. MARKETS
(By .-Porter Staples.)
The following are the prevailing
prices paid for produce today:
Wheat No. 2 70c; No. 3 CSc.
Oats lc to 50c.
Sweet potatoes 60065 per bueheL
Irish potatoes SSc per bu.
((By William Newiaan.)
Duoks Per dozen 12.00.
Hens Per dozen 2.50.
Frying chickens U0. 2.00
Eggs Per dozen 12c
Butter Per pound 12c.
Turkeys Gross 5&a
Geest! Full-feathered per dozen
(By Cold Storage Market)
Fat cows gross cwt $2.00 S 2.10
Fat calves J3.00 to J5.00
Fat sheep per head.. ..$2.00 to 13.00
Fat hogs (gross) 100 lbs. ..J4.00 4.75
Wood Per cord 2 to 12.50.
Ardmore coal 13.50 per ton.
Th cotton market opened firm this
moral ag and after fluctuating some
advanced several points finally clos-
lag firm at an advance of 8 points.
Lint cotton was worth from 6c to 7c
aad seed cotton from lc to
The receipts wore about 25 bales.
The maiiv friends of ir r. Uanoan
engineer L. E. tt W. R R.. at present
living jn uma u. will be pleased to
know of bis recovery from threatened
kidney disease. He writim- "
cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure
wwca x recommend to all especially
train men who am nsimiiv timii..!.
afflicted." Sold by Bonner k Bonner.
THE BURTON GHOST.
It Scared tlir Intrepid Explorer and
Killrd lit tins.
Where wa tlu.-e a bra-. or man. I
wonder than ?.r Richard Burton?
Oace theoKh. his face pakd ami his
breath came in gnats. A ghe&t 1M it of
course acd this was the meaner of It:
Burton was toW of a boufce in IxmnSoh
quite a poor sort of boue. by the way
which was saM to be haunted. "I do
not believe It" replied Burton. Then be
was tekl that it was a specially terri-
ble kind of ghost and he atd he didn't
belle re that either. He woukl go and
see. To the empty house (the three last
tenants bad beea found dead In bed
and such things get talked about) went
Burton with a friend ami a dog. "Come
up with me." Mild he to bis friend and
at bis own request the companion
locked Burton la the room aad took tho
key dew-a with him "I shall be all
right here: I've got my do? too." the
great traveler whispered confidently.
"However if 1 rinp. gt ready to come
ni and should 1 ring twice well come
The frirod waf:l as be was bkL Min-
utes parsed li.v Uuurs. Ms eyes v-y
glued on th V I : Itangiac: motionless. A
loo? wait. Ku . c;" fureboding. he was
on tbe polr: of U-. nk'nj; the conditions
aad goifof up to prcapect. when tbe bell
did ring. A ' before be bad tackled
th first flight uf stairs it pealed out
again and-- ti;Ok stairs he rushed
two aad ttrve tepa at a time you may
be Mtre. To open the door was tbe
work of an !nt.inL and than into bis
arms reded Burton nlaoet dead with
terror. "TUr pce I acenrsed." he
gasped. "What have you etaV bepged
the frieod. Burton's bead shook. "No
no" be cited. "My pour dog's dead.
I'm almost palsied with fright. More
than that do bo. I cannot tell your
Now this is quite true and the bouse
was immediately afterward pulled
down. What did Burton ee? No one
knows. He Is dead now. poor fellow
and no one ever win. The three tenants
could tell us. but terror s id death came
together to them. London Tatter.
Querr Beliefs Tlier llelil Aliout !!ie
The htndlorked Mediterranean which
was the only sea known to the Homans
aad Greeks of twenty odd ceflturieu
ago. was filled with myterlona terrors
while tbe more distant lands bordering
oa it were the abodes of wonders and
strange peoples. Gods of monstrous
shapes ruled tbe waters enchanting
sirens dwelt on the istets and rocks and
on the dry land beyond were to be
found weird enchantresses fire breath
ing beasts fierce nygnilc ami dreadful
cannibals. Adventurous voyagers who
got as far as tbe pillars of Hercules
now called tbe strait of Gibraltar
brought back intelligence that the great
ocean beyond was not navigable. It
was part of the mighty river which
flowed around the fiat earth In an un-
ending ft ream
Tradition fays that there was In those
times at Gibraltar a stone pillar 100 cu-
bits high with a brass statue on it and
an Inscription stating this to be the lim-
it of navigation. Beyond was a "sea of
darkness" Infested with terrors beyond
the power of tbe Imagination to con-
ceive. Occasionally a bold navigator
did. nevertheless venture outside Into
tbe Atlantic but was compelled to turn
back very quickly. A whirlwind would
arise and threaten to swamp the vessel
or more alarming still a gigantic baud
supposed to be that of Satan would
emerge from the ocean of eternal gloom
and warn back the mariners.
Not merely on these accounts was
the ocean Impracticable for ships. It
was reported to be so dense with salt-
ness and so crowded with seaweeds and'
huge beasts that headway could not be
made through It. Even up to the time
of Columbus such beliefs prevailed
and his crews were terrified on entering
tbe Saragossa sea by the weeds and
Taken at Ills Word.
When dealing with tjlack servants In
India It Is necessary to be very careful
In the wording of one's instructions for
they are sometimes taken very literally.
A missionary voyaglug on a river boat
with primitive accommodation was.
compelled to use a bucket as a wash-
bowl. Oae morning his boy servant
was bringing tbe bucket to his master
when he spilled some of It over the tat-
ter's feet "Why don't you throw It
all over meT said the missionary Irri-
tably. "Alr exclaimed tbe boy and
promptly did so.
In "Wild Fruits of the Countryside"
the author gives some Interesting In-
formation about mistletoe. As a para-
site it possesses many curious peculiar-
ities among others tbe fact that It Is
the only plant whose roots refuse to
shoot In tbe ground. Another point
about mistletoe Is that It Is supposed
to grow on the oak tree. Mistletoe
rarely grows on oaks. Most of it Is
gathered from apple trees.
Cnt Ont. gfo
Girl Who was that distinguished
looking foreguer that was' announced
Just now? I didn't quite catch the ti-
tle. Other Girl-You won't either. 1.11 Bui
Hon has made a catch of that Chicago
The Beit He Conld Do.
Wlgg Before they were married he
said he would be willing to die for her.
Wagg Well he has partially proved
it At any rate he doesn't teem nbje
to earn a living f6r her. Philadelphia
If we are long absent from our
friends we forget them; If we are con-
stantly with them we' despise teeth.--BaxMt
Advertisements under this heal
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cents per line. No advertlscmt-!
rcelved for less than fifteen
cents. Special monthly rates f
nlshed on application. The not).
may contain any matter of "Lol
"round "tor Kent" "Kor Salt
"Stolen" "Strayed" or any purpotJ
without display lines.
WANTED A woman to do genetij
housework. German girl preferrtA
Apply Dr. J. C. McNeos. 2C-4L
WANTED Men to learn barber traiej
A' ways rush for barbers In sprlc!'
Prepare now. Years saved by
method. Steady practice tools
plomas positions and board glreJ
Catalogue mailed free. Moler BjJ
ber College SL Louis Mo. 25
WANTED Position as book-keep
or stenographer. Apply this
FOR RBNT One four-room residencl
close in corner B and Second avd
nue. N. W. Apply C. A. WhiW
FOR RENT Nicely furnished to
room house with hall large porrl
good water. Barn for three heads
stock . Quiet place. Apply J. A. Ms!
Cultough's nursery. 2Mt
FOR RBNT Store building now ot
cupied by S. E. Jenkins. Apply ti
S. E. Jenkins. 2U'
FURNISHED ROOMS For Uriel
house-keeping. Room and board teal
four men. 314 C St. and 2d Ave.
N. V. 22-tf.
FOR SALE A- good family horz.i ani
Jauhl UU t liA i 1 r nr? inn c t I.
" " f v f nine; tin
Sne cendttioa. A bargain. Apply tejj
W A Mlvltnn 7 rut K sIk.1 Q vU
' ipnoWlTl. 26 2t
FOR SALE Three pood fresh miftl
cows. Apply at once to Westheia-I
er & Daube. 26-tf.
FOR SALE Two good mules azi
three horses for cash or on time.
Apply Randol Banks fc Co. or J.
F. Young. 25-6L
S100 Reward $100
The reartftra nf fhla iun n-lll T.
nleased tn Iran thnt thorp l nt lcet
oae dreaded disease that science has
Deen ante to rnro in sin Its tni7Aa nn1
that Is catarrh. Hairs Catarrh Is the
only positive cure now known to the
mwiicai iraierniiy. caiarrn Deing a
constitutional disease requires a con-
stitutional treatment Hall's PtnrrV
Cure is taken Internally acting direct-
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
Of the SVStem. thorAhv jlpstrntHnt- the
foundation of the disease aad giving!
the patient strength by building up thei
consmuuon nna assisting nature la do-r
ing us worK. me proprietors have ro
much faith In Its curative powers that
mey ozer iiw lor aay case that It
falls to cvre. Send for Hat ot testi-
F. J. CHENEY &. CO.. Toledo 0.
Sold by all druggists 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are tho host
Doak & Smith's
Real Estate and
FOR SALE. '
Two-room house with nice lot 176-141 j
la N. W. Ardmore. A bargain at I
1350.. " '
Several choice residence lots la
North Ardmore. Cheap for cash.
For sale or will exchange for Ard
more property 160 acres In Cleveland
Somo good residence property In
Some nice office rooms over T. K.
Three or four rooms over E. D.
DOAK & SMITH
final Estate and
Havlnc Improvements on
ijrifliltal or Grass laid (or Sale
Will find it to their advan-
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The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 69, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 27, 1903, newspaper, January 27, 1903; Ardmore, I. T.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc78994/m1/4/: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.