The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 263, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 10, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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enured at tbe Poitofflco at Ardsaore
m Second-claw Mall Matur.
November 2 1S8J.
Published etery afternoon lexeept
latorday) and Bonoay '"''b-
Oflcfl of publication Jrth Waafc
ncnr.iAL NEWSPAPER Of the
United Btatea Court tor the Bob there
District la4Un Territory; alio lor
tfc Chickasaw Btoelc AwoetaUw of
the Indus Territory. n4 te
orjtan of the city.
Any erroneous reflection pon the
character or reputation ot urvrnm
which may be prirted in the Ardawre-
lle. or any article baaed on report
that are falie will be sWlr
If brought to the attention of the jb-Uaher.
Oulf Colorsdo and 8nta Ft Railway.
Galveston & Chkuo Exp. . .: a- -Cloburae
& K. C. Exp.... ..4:25 p. m.
sdvetton & Calcaso Eip. .12:25 a. m.
Cleburne & K. C. Bxp.... 11:20 a m.
Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf Railway.
Arrlre at Ardmore 1:25 p. m.
Lt&ve Ardmore :W p. m.
Uocal freleht carrying p&aiengera
alao. No trains on Sandayi.
Arkaniai and Choctaw Railway.
Mixed train ar. Ardmore... 12:25 p. m.
LeT Ardmore 1:20 p. m.
All United Bute mail cloie 2-
aalnntet prior to train time.
Hereafter the malls will bo closed
iX 9 p. m. instead of 8 p. m. aa form-
erly. D. REDriEL.D P. M.
TERMS OF U. 8. COURT.
At Ada Begins September 28 ISM
holds two week and February IS
1901 holds tbreo weeks.
At Tishomingo Begins Oetober 18
1803. and holds two weeks and Kb-
ruary 23. 1901 and holds three weeks.
At Chlckaiha Begins November 2.
1903 and March 21. 1MM. each term
At Ryan Begins November IS.
1903 and April 4 1WM oae week each
At Pureell Begins November W.
1903 and April 11 1901 each torm
At Pauls Valley Begins November
30 1903 and April 18. 1901 three
weeks at each torm.
At Ardmore Begins Ijecernber 21.
1903. and May 9 1901 seven weeks
It yoa turn In a flro alarm by tele
phone don t can xor wo nru ueparv
ment but tell "Central" where M
re Is. U C. SLAUGHTER Chief.
Uso th' Long Distance Telephone
and call up 'PhoSi No. 6. If you want
Ardmore Thursday September 10
Oil at Muikogee.
Muskogee I. T. Sept 9. Tho Mus-
kogco Oil and Oa company of this
riiv tnifk oil todny nt a depth at
something Hko 800 feet. Tlio mana
Kef. E. H. Devoro Is very reticent
'but It Is learned tn good authority
. that tho company Is Jubilant over the
This Is the first strlko and It con
tains a small degree of salt but It Is
aald that this was oxpoctod nt tills
depth. They expect to go down 1101
foot whore It Is sold thoy may find
Has 8mler Won?
A recont pre dispatch statos that
11. ti. Hmlser secretory of tho Choc
taw townslto commission ltaa been
tondorod and will accept tho poHlttan
of chairman of the townslto commls
don to succeed Dr. J. A. Storrett
Mr. Hmlsur Is out' of tho city and tho
report cnnnol bo conllnnod. Capital.
k IN fH HIGH DIVE.
Urmtnrf n t'rrnrnl lajarr tm
dl apttt i! - -! tbej are rw
btgli divm i '1 i.--roa pestlas to
InduHor to. ' mU o linta expert tk
oil dax -A der sear eeee-
ttooelly Tow bt Uiao. bmL UHm?
SUtml-r cool b U-1. b can regeia U.
or at any nt- ' w-Blly to aa te ftr-
Teet bajury to liinHf
ie tUt suaJcMity ef one eelem m
the WoK frwiwai tnjery UMHcM hf
dlrloe. Tk earn of thto ia that try
Sad It y te dree tee htw4 wldnilr
te t U weU tetwetw taw imt. The
reMlt l they rrrtre teeae iriwtedees
Mews ee the hmd. and hf tse weler h
rtrorl a Mt sMeways tk eer gets tea?
ef tee rescue rtoe. serf Um reaatt will
freejeMly be a repteve of raw w
braae ef taw tyeapeeem A gmi ere
reetlre fer tech ecieetK I te jriece
le tfee eers a little ffinikabil weel er
cettoe 4tpp4 la otl.
"Aseteer Injery te keaHh serd rrr-
qeeetly ly eivtes: arbes frees stHUae;
large qeeetftstw el water la to the hmgs.
The extent ef the harm deee le eess
of tatlf sort depeedi es the eeeditieei ef
the water a to its eteaeiteeM. I hare
oftn tn boys fer let tier dive tele
water at places where It wet abeetate-
ly filthy from the eracaaUea ef draba-
sge Into It. The dseger te health es
pecially to tboM with set eTen trees
conitltHtleDt. can readily be seen.
"The blgber the dive the looser of
conrse. will be the deraties undtr wa-
ter. Now. an leexperleaced diver lx
rarely able to hold hli breath eeder
water for more thaa a peeond or two
at a time and If the dive li an bbbi-
ally Mgh one be will In nine cases oet
of ten give up the struggle la trying te
retain his brestb and invariably too.
Juit before bis head reaches the sur
face. The reiolt not Infrequently Is
that tbe water that has escaped late
bis longs and stomach Is far more thaa
Is good for bits and to many It Is
The Ixnst Iblng 1 know of to bring
one quickly to tbe surface In high div-
ing Is to have a piece of cork fastened
under each a no pit. Coka weighing
our ounces each are sefflciestly strom;
In buoy a fx-j for a man of ISO pounds
n weight. There are many devices by
which the corks can be kept eerared
under tbe nrtnplts. Perhaps the sim
plett Is to sew each cork late a tight
Ottlat; canvas or cotton beg and then
sgaln sew rarh beg on to lee bathing
suit by a couple of strands allowing
the strand to run over the shoulders.
Tboo with weak hearts." tbe expert
added "cannot be too strongly advised
acalutt high diving. Tbe spring the
niNli through spare the break awl the
entering awl cleaving of the water are
altogether too exciting for week hearts
and oKperlally o In cold weather."
Yetoneay arise it at Cfcieioaefc
Aatdrew Creeeeou aaei IT -suchexe
tan? Hock laleskl ceal aeat meteri
yerds. wee feeoti er ax oatflotaa;
fretikt eeev lytots acroac the aaelB
track tm the aoatt ee4 of the yards
aeciooa has akali fnctared re
two Btacee xm4 eeeatrcen hreisee.
Doctors treekbead the skauL bet
le stm eateernKtoots a4 oear
lire. There te am doe eiigkteet
ete-w to tke irMfakua.
W . A.
the city aa
hotere the t-
Uoa of Deeaeeratle saeaeher ef Ue j.-
ttoaa! coaeaaltte tec laeao Territory.
ae4 aleo as th eheiia of Mt forty for
delegate to ceegreot. He has the
ahtlKy reeje4re4 tor either or both po-
sttioss as4 wm he a. strocs asaa
shosM he ehsa the of Ma aaase
in eoosectlea with those oScaal post
A Mlft' I.n.C AVUh.
A Circvk dlel in the small town of
Caracal having always lived on the
alms of bin compatriots. Before dying
be made bis wlfo su-oar that she would
bury him In the dirty old overcoat
which ho wore every day. Tho poor
woman hud to ask I ho Grruks of
Cara hI i.o help her to provide the coots
of the funeral. A good hearted Greek
went to sift hfrr In her aflllctlon and.
pointing to tho body said he would
give her n better cont to bury the man
In. Then she told him of the dead
man's last with The Oreek whose
suspicions were awakened told her
that she should certainly not part with
tbe body before sho had well examined
the cont for there must be some par
ticular reanon for-the rrquefit. The
widow unpicked the lining of the over
coat and found 35000 fraiir-u In bank
notes which the minor wlslfcd to take
Into the grave with him.
DRAGGED HIM FROM THE TRACK.
Just In Time to Avert Terrible Acci-
Thla morning nt an early hour Of-
ficer tjarrott was notified of a man ly-
ing on tho Santa Ko track near Tyler
BlmpBam'a wholcsalo houso and
Iprocoodod at onco to tho cceno.
umccr uarrcu says no iouuu uiu
man lying across tho track and la
iirouslng him tho follow trlod to draw
pistol. Tho olflcer says that ho Just
'did havo tlmo to drag him from tho
track whon n Banta I'o traglno In
switching In tho yards camo along
mid would undoubtedly havo run over
tho man had ho not boon romovod
whon ho was. Ho was arraigned this
morning beforo Judgo Gait and gavo
his namo as J. M. l'amoll and says
ho was on his way from Lexington O
T to Port Worth and was with a car
load of cattlo belonging to his brother
who llvod at loxlngton.
Tho man ploaded guilty to uarrylng
a pistol nml was tluud 25 and coals
which ho paid.
Flno frosh applOB at 7Cc por bushol
Tim (Innrrill'a or.
Like Cyrano do IlorKerud- Genernl 11
of thu rcuulur unity wus.uosHeaKed of n
noso which oxcltol curiosity If not
conuiiunt. whcievor he ntipearrd. At
one of thu hop given ut the post the
dancers woro riim-y dress and masks
The gum'rnl'H partner chnuccd to bo u
vlvncliius young thing who had never
met hi in before. Nor wns ho liny the
wlnor iih to hl Identity whun follow
Iilg thu cuhIoiii at ninth balls ho ro-
uiovcil (ho i:i)vorlng from hlx fuco. HIb
partnur followed suit and her prattle
ceased for nwhlle. Then she remarked
reproachfully: "Oh but It Isn't fair!
You ha n't taken off your noser-
New York Herald.
Tin- llultnu rnmliiri.
The prospective liclru of tho dying
mlKcr come (tllcntly Into his sick room
Tho physician In Heated by the sldo of
tin' patient a finger on his pulse.
"How 1h our dear undo today doc
tor?" nek tho prospective heirs.
"There Is Hiuall change In his condl
tlon" whUiiem the doctor.
Tho dying miner roimos hluiBelf by
a supremo effort. "Kmnll changer
he gasps "l'ut It In my pocket!"
On the Sabbath
In Hcotlaud once a drunken man me
a clergyman chasing his runaway dog
on Sunday. "Turn in as" said the breath
leu clergyman "I am sorry to sco you
In this condition but whistle for my
dog. He U running away." Tammas
regarded tho Bpeaker with gravity and
said! "Whuatle? I may drink whisky
but I'll no whustlo for ony dog on tho
People Want Good Roads.
Cicero Poe of Hft we tat ii
yeoterday aa4 stat4 tawt tkterr wer
fceatdrods of acoeee oat Hrere
woaM like to eosee to Areaeere to
trade bat the eeadmea ef the roa4s
were each aov aa to tarahl taeir coav
ke& They oeJ4 artear im case to
Areasore to ee their txaeaag sari eril
their arodaee. It ii aeM he wen for
Board of Tra4e to aeok rate this
BaUtor. Wkh tMea roaea eat ta a
Htxfe hetter loaelOaa at aaesht aoafc a
eVaoreaee af ttavaaa r S9f.e0 ear
am ta oar ttaae.
He Landeo AH Right.
A boy ta grade T fas the BeUaxt
school reeoatly eaowam htmesolf .aaJ
lo.oawiiteBs.aa thejr arise. Tho pqatila
were aekeel to writer aa aotoaat of aa
laeaglaary -trie f rose BeJt&at to some
foreiga city. aca aapil having a. dlf-
f error city. The boy ta oaeetioe had
Teheraa for hie tenalaas. He had ne
mo re Mea where Teheraa wae than he
had of the meaas of coaveyaace to
3 arm. he Joe sat still mad thought
until withba three minutes of toe time
He thaa began and wrote aa fast ai
he could am Me pea. and pesseJ in
hie paper on time. He started tr
Belfast on aa ait to mobile a.nd men-
tioned all the priaieipal places pet
through to New York. In Now York
city bis automobile exploded and be
was la Teheran. By advtee of the
principal of the grammar schoolt t
teacher marked the leases asrfect.-
i Jfs St '7Y S7V ST TsV
Do Not Do3e the Stomach Balsamic
Air of Hyomel Cures.
Use common eenso when there Is a
case of catarrh to be treated. Fow
peoplo would awnlloiv iablats or ton
ics to euro n broken arm yat It Is
Just as senBlblo to try and euro ca
tnrrh of tho head by dosing tho stom
uch. Let tho air you breathe be
filled with tho healing balsams of Hy
omol and all catarrhal germs will be
dostroyod and health restore 1 lo the
Irritated mucous membrane.
A sufferor Who has plenty of veulth
and tlmo can euro catarrh hy upend
Ing a fow months on tho Illvlera hut
thoro Is no longor need of doing that
Broatho Hyomol through tho iiont
poekot Inhalor that comos with every
outfit and tho air you hroatho will
contain tho eamo honllng balnums
that are found on tho mountains high
ahovo tho son level. It destroys nil
catarrhal germs In tho "air poasag-ts
and lungs and cures cntarrli perma
nently and quickly.
Hyomol Is tho only trentmont for
catarrh whore you can got your
monoy back from a local dealer .In
enso It dooa not holp. W. 11. Frnmo
lias sold hundreds of Hyomol outfltfl
everyono with his personal guuran
tee to roturn tho monoy If it did not
cure and ho lias had only two custom
ors ask for a rotund.
This speaks loudor than any adver
tlaomont possibly could as to tho tra
usual curatlvo powers of Hyomel.
Begin tho uso of Hyootnl today re
momberlng that It will not cost you a
cont unless It euros. ;
If a man is tho guest of honor at
his own tablo longor than six months
aftor marriage It Is a mighty 'good
"Bring any souvoulrs back from your
"One only but it cost a lot"
"What wos It?"
"Empty pockntbook." Cincinnati
Distress After Eating Cured.
Judgo W. T. Holland of Grconsburg
La. who is well and favorably known
8nysi "Two years ago I suffered
greatly from indigestion. Aftor oat
Ing groat distress would Invnrlably
rosult lasting for an hour or bo and
my nights woro restless. I couclud
od to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and
It cured mo entirely. New m sloop
Is refreshing and digestion rrfect
Sold by all druggists.
nt J. A. I'ulllam'H orchard H atroot . cverytnlnB that Ctovpci tm lher
When a man Is divorced from his
wlfo and doosn't marry again with!
six months how tho womon wondcrl
Tlio vory best of crenmory butter at
llna waj a "bpn mot'!-AtcWonOlobe.. D'4ton & Tuclfcr's. Phon4o 01. p-ft
THE CREAM STILL RISES
And we gather it every day. Each day new
fads are inaugurated. Each day we receive
a mail express or freight shipment of the
season's latest. Something new to show
every day in
Novelties and Dress Goods
FOR THE LADIES AND
HANDSOME CLOTHING HATS
FOR THE GENTLEMEN
And all other Gent's Furnishings which are up to now. For
the Gents' we have just received a beautiful line of Clothing. Some
of nobbiest Black Suits ever shown in the Territory; also another ship-
ment of nobby Hats something new and catchy a line of white and
fancy vests.just the thing for the coming months all these just opened
and are brand new. Nothing has been picked over.
We are now showing leaders in Novelties our latest shipment of
Beads Belts Combs Etc. are the "cathiesf'of their kind. Come let
us show them to you.
Our Ladies' Tailor Suit and Skirt Department
Is now being overhauled and rearranged. We arc making pre-
parations to receive the largest and finest stock of Ladies' Skirts
Suits and Jackets ever .before shown here. You have always found us
giving bargains but during the coming week you will find many
extra values in Skirts at exceedingly low prices.
Come let us show you some new styles and weaves in the
"Albertross" and Flannels. We are always ready to show rou. Its a
pleasure even though you don't buy.
OWiVIby-CU6dLJ!ildUUm LVJ snot cash
WTffrr.iBi m.iifji Tin ijj wj jh n. .. j j. u
108h110 lylairj Street.
ARDMORE I. T.
&&&& &4r SfcibtJ fc-AS Ssfc tX. sisti.
7f$ WW WW?r-
In the United St&tas District Court
In the Indian Territory Southern
Llzzlo Illeh plaintiff vs. J. W.
Tho defandant J. W. Illch Is warn
ed to appear In thle court In thirty
days and answer tho complaint of tho
plaintiff Llzzlo Illch.
Witness Honorablo Hoosa Town-
send judgo of eald court and the seal
thereof this 3d day of Soptember
1003. C. M. CAMPJIEI.I
(Seal.) Clerk. .
Herbert Walker & Cannon At'
J. C. Graham Attorney for Non'-
nosldent. ' ' " '
First published Soptembor $ 1903.
Some Fnmlllnr Qaotatlona.
"Alliteration's artful aid" wns spo-
kon of by tho little read poet Churchill.
"The pink of perfection" was orlKluat-
ed by Oliver Goldsmith; so were "Meas
ures not men" and "Man wants but
little here below nor wants thnt little
long." Gray tho nuthor of the "Kle-
K7" Is responsible for many popular
phrases unions them "Full many a
Bom of purest ray serene" "To waste
Its sweetness on tho desert air" "This
plcnslnj; anxious belli;" "Tho pnths of
Kiory lead but to tho Kravc" and " hero
Itfiiorune is bliss 'tis folly to bo wise."
Dr. Johnsou gave us "Who lives to
plenso must plenso to live." Ilo nlso
said "Who drives fat oxen should him
self be fat" in which there Is more
sound than sense.
Are never complete till furnished with
Standard Bath and Porcelain Enameledware.
Illblrs In 1'niTii.
"Not more than three times In the
thirty years that I have been In busi-
ness has a llllile been accepted as col-
lateral for a loan In my establishment"
said a pawnbroker whose business Is
one of the largest of Its kind In Phila-
delphia. "On those few occasions It
has been without my sanction even
without my knowledge. It Isn't thnt
wo don't havo many opportunities to
advance money on Iilulcs; It Is just
thnt we havo an nvcrslon to doing so.
Aside from what might bo regarded hh
the sacrilcgo of such n transaction It
always brings bad luck."
The Flic 1 11 In (lio Our
Undo .Tohn-Whleh u right Willie
"I havo had my boots blacked" or "1
Imvo had my boots hluckencd?"
Willie I guess neither nln't right.
Uncle John. You should say "My
ftoots need blacking." Hoston Trail
lxiir-nt v- Fare.
He- That bull terrier of yours bns u
speaking countenance hasn't hoi
She Do you think so?
He Yes; it says to mo plainly as
words could "Ilewnro of the dogl"
Kanias City Journal.
THE "STANDARD'' line is made especially lor people who want
faultless snowy white enameledware( at prices 110 higher than
1 - - 1 B 1L. 1 1 f 1 . . . 1
usuiiiiy uHKeu lor 1110 uuinuiuu kiou. vur complete stocK 01 tUQ
Inteft desicned coods is awaitinrj your inspection and our expert
plumbers will be pleased to furnNL plans and estimates free.
STCVHiS. BUT 1 MK CO.
114 Broodway 'Phon 170.
Finest equipped g
repair Bhop in &
town. We un-
constrnotiou thoroughly and
the most elaborate and expen- s
sive vehicles can bo intrusted '2
to us- We apply rubber tires X
of the best brands on the X
And wo work fait oa repair work. If Mi
roar carrlaee needs attention bolter
have It attended to nt once and by .
na before aerlous trouble ftriaoa ii
D. E. ALLEN I
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