The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 287, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 8, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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Eljc pnili) rDmorftlc.'
HIDSEY SCOPS. Proprietor.
Itatered at the PostoOco at Ardmort
at Second-class Mall Matter.
November 2. ISM.
NERVED TO THE EFFORT
Published eTr afteraooa 'escept
starordayl aad Sunday
Oflce of publlcat.cn. North Waah-
The OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER oi th
United State Court tor the Soother
District. Indian Territory:
the Chickasaw Stock AitocUUoti of
the Indian Territory. tsA the o-eUl
organ of the CUT-
Any erroneous reflecti apoa t
v.rater or refutation of any
character or reputation 01 aaj
which aay be pna'ed la te a r wr-
ite or any article bJ4 om r?ortJ
that are falie will b eUdly correct
tt brtmght to the atteatioe of the part-
TIME TAB LB.
fiulf Celsrado and Santa Ft Ralv.ay.
Galveston Calcar Exp...J:t a. ta.
debarse k K. C. Ex? 4:J p. x.
HlTetton Ic Caleapo Exp. .12: a. m.
CJebcrse L K. C. Et?....U:3) a. a.
ChccUw OMihem and Gulf Railway.
itxrtT at Ardmore 1:3 p. ta.
Leare Ardmore 3:00 p. m.
Local frelest carrying passengers
Alto No trains on SDdayt.
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway.
Mixed train ar. Ardaore. . .15:! p. ta.
hnrt Ardaore 1:3Q p. ta.
All United Statea nails close '
SBinutes prior to train time.
Hereafter the taalla will be closed
it S p. m. initead of S p. ra. as form-
erly. D. REDFIEU). P. M.
TERMS OF U. S. COURT.
At Ada Declns September 58 103
holds two weeks and February 1.
1304. bold threo weeks.
At Tishomingo Begin October If.
1903 and holda two weeks and Feb-
ruary 29 104. and hold three week.
At Chiekasha Begin November I.
IS: "! and March 81. 1WM each term
At Rvan Begins November 16
19' and April 4. HKM one week each
At Purcell Begins November S3
i9i and Anrll 11. 1904. each term
At Pauls Valley Heglna November
an l'.or nnd Atirll IS. 1904. three
ww s at each term.
At Ardmore Begins December 21
19('i. and May J 1804 seven weeks
If vou turn In a Arc alarm by te-le-
hone don't call for the fire depart
ment but tell "Central" whrrc .
Ire Is. U C. SLAUOHTEH Chief.
Use the Ing Distance Telephone
and call up 'Phono No. f. If you want
Ardmore Thursday October 8 1903.
What's the use of possessing good
Judgment without using It?
There are machines for doing nil
kinds of work except hard work.
At Fort Worlh'riexi Sunday the rec-
tor of Trinity Church there will dis-
cuss the question -Would Jesus of
Narareth and his mother lie admltiod
Into Fort Vqrtli Mxdety?"
will always rise to the deaaaads tT
aa orcMkw alaao aay ctrcam
Ufo ad mratr are rtck I the
rxrepHalatioa of th deed of fcoro-
ism perform by WomHtj
weaker sex. brt If we t take aay
stork la either troth or fctloa. oa
ran msMoa a to their aid aa ex
it may be spaaasodk- that It tlsaaty
The lataat seeeealty for a dteatay
of ftmt aad physical asoatal efiort
arose ta a Cotorado towa very recent
ly where the lire staz of a local
paper wu arretted for dssatsytag too
snorh sympathy with striktag misters.
The arrest wat rVry laaoetly ar-
raaeed t take ptaee Jat a boat the
tiate that the force was aeeoaiMtag
for the aaa! roaad-aa. Mid la aaite
of proteou they we dragged from
their deaks aad amblae aad the aaa-
paioa of the paper seeated laerit-
Bat the aathoritiev reckoned with-
oot the wives of a coaple of atea ato;t
The woasea tnt suned oat to wail
aad wrlag their haads aad then they
eowrladed that the tlaie to weep bad
not yet coaie. to they turned la at
the office wrote np soaw "pieces.
set the tyr-o thesaferree they had
learned the trade as girls aad the
paper came oat on time and the day
Than they wont home and had
Of coarse thoy ctfclld not have been
real womanly had they not collapsed
after the work was done.
Bat that's part "of their make-up
Among the latest gossip from Wash
Inaton we find that congreaa at the
coming session will probably be asked
to appropriate $lo.0u0 for the pur
pose of rvroferins the bones of John
Paul. Jones who is buried in Paris
and bringing them back to this coun
try. Secretary Moody is much Inter
ested in the plan to have the A inert
ran hero's bone Interred In thl
rouatry and la collecting information
roncernlng the place where he Is sup-
posed to be burled. The last resting
place of John Paul Jones Is supposed
to be under a photograph gallery at
the f-orncr of Hue Orange Aux Belles
and Hue Des Kcluses of St. Martin.
The entire square on which the bones
are supposed to He can probably be
Imught for $16i.WH. It Is the desire
of the American Historical and Ia-
trlotlc SKletles which have rommun-
i at l with Secretary Moody to have
th.- buildings on this land rated ana
a i art-ful search made for the bones.
If lit y art- found they will be brought
id this country on a warship and the
tjuare will be resold. If the bones
should not be found It Is the desire
of the admirers of the naval hero that
the square be converted into a park
In which a monument shall be raised
to the revolutionary hero.
TORNADOES IIP IS KANSAS . WANT COLUMN.
FURIOUS WINDS TURN LOOSE
THEIR AWFUL POWER.
Tfctc-e Ptpe Killed and Others Sus-
tain Paul Injerles The Little
Tawn ei AWcevHIe wrecked.
Dama;e at Jeplln Mo.
i . . . '.UetDi-nu unier this beau wtl.
Li received at the rate of five (S)
reals per line. No advertisement
rcetved far less than fifteen (Hi
tents. Special monthly tates far
etshed on application. Th notice
i may contain any natter of "Lost"
! -Foasd" "For Bent." "For Sale"
"Stolen" "Strayed' or aay ptrpo
without display lines.
SALESMAN WANTED To look after
oar Interest in Chickasaw Nation.
Salary or commission. Address.
Harvey OH Co.. Cleveland. O. S-2t
PRINTER WANTED A good all
round printer can obtain a perma
nent situation at this office.
WANTED I have a trade worth $100
for a flrst-class milk and butter row
Address quick Box 91 Ardmore. 1.
white rags at Ard'
FOR SAI.J2 CHEAP A complete out
fit consisting of a 25 H-P boiler a
20 H-P engine a 20-lnch corn mill a
corn and cob crusher together with
all shafting pulleys belting etc..
ready for business. See George M.
Wayland. manager of Waylaad Ma-
chinery company Ardmore. I. T. 7-tf
Toaeka. Oct. 7. A tornado struck
lat alpat at Bear Creek settlement.
twelve miles soatheast of Topeka.
Several farm boo aad haras were
destroyed trees Mows dow aad core
shocks and hay sucks of the farmers
scattered ali over the neighborhood.
As far a caa be learned no lives were
loot but the telepaoae wires are In
such a dilapidated coadltton th&t the
exact facts are hard to obtain.
JopHa. Mo.. Oct. 7. A Kansas City
Star special says: "A severe wina
aad rata k tor as today caused several
thousands of dollars damage."
The storm traveled at the velocity
of a toraado blowing down trees.
signs and outhouses In all parts of
the city. The electric light plant was
damaged badly and the city has bees
In darkness for several hours.
Lawrence. Kan. Oct. 7 Yesterday's
series of heavy rainstorms e ruled In a
tremendous wind and rain storm last
night. Signs were blown down trees
uprooted and much" minor damage was
done. The passenger shed at one end
of the Union Pacific depot was blown
across the tracks blocking traffic and
the warehouse of the I-awrenw Nur
sery company was demolished.
Pittsburg. Kan. Oct. 7. Hoavy
wind and rain storms in this section
after midnight did some damage by
lightning but no one waa hurt.
laola. Kan. Oct. 7. "Three and one-
third Inches of water fell hero last
night. The storm was accompanied
by a high wind and fierce electrical
Emporia. Kan.. Oct. 7. Three per
sons were killed outright two fatally
Injured and fourteen others more or
leas seriously hurt besides enormous
nronertv daninae. was the result of
t rnadoes that prevailed near Hamll
ton Greenwood county and at
near Allceville In Coffey couaty.
Kan. last night The town of Alice
vllle. which has 200 Inhabitants was
practically demolished. Wires wete
prostrated and the extent of the storm pOH SALE A lot and four-room house
We an disp'ieiuc of the '
of our K.'Kisterfl Dis'iHer
to the eoi)umcr at the t
3 Year Old HurbonWhlskcy
gallon $2 as
White Corn Whisky per jcI. . S2.00
Theje coods we make ! Ken
and will guarantee them.
Strictly 100 Proof.
FOK SALE In one of the best tow-
In the Indian Territory one chile
parlor connected with restaurant
Good paying business. Write Box
552. Ardmore. I. T. M. R. Mar
WANTED Men to learn barber trade
Few weeks completes. Years saved
by our method. Can earn wages
before completing. Catalogue ex
plaining mailed free. Moler Barber
College. St. Ixmia Mo. 4-t
We alsocffcr you three of the best
and well known brands of case' Blake's Coffee
oods via. known brands.
Cmm Pure Rye per qt. bottle $1.00
Paul Jones Rye per qt. bottle l.oo .
Bonded Clubs per quart bottle 1.00!
All orders must b xccrupanied I
with money rr Expr order fur!
amouot. We refer you the Cbiik-
asaw National Bank as to our tinan-
cia standing and character
1 onr very truly
Is becoming ns famou- bb
II- - - onlv the
St it : ti Goods.
Wl7ite FauJrf arid
Golden S.mto Celebrated
5 lb. pail for $1.00.
and other well
WEITZENHOFFER & TURK.
Distillers mi Wbolesilt Liquor Dealers
and Breakfast Foods
California Canned Goods
Absolutely the beet values fi r
the money Give us a trial order.
a. a. bailey
MINSTRELS UNDER CANYAS
One Performance only Thursday
Night; October 8.
Will show at Kidk College Grounds corner Broadway and
North Washington ttreet.
Now It Ih reported that the wells at
Sour l-nke flow better at nlnht. This
may be all moonshine or It may bo
into It In a fart thou Kb. that the
sott umber shadows of nlfchl are Rreal
encouragement to misters.
In Manhattan borotifih New YorV a
rebate Is given all taxpayers who pay
their taxos on the first day on which
tho tax offlco Is opn for that purpose.
It seems to work well too. for the re-
cplnls of the first day. which was
Tuesday this weok. amounted to $10
2GO.O0O. and It Is stated none of the
wealthiest nnd largeet property hold
nr8took advantage of II either. It
should be tried In Ardmore.
was not learned until late today.
One good idea put Into execution Is
worth a million better ones only
Washington. OcU ".The Supreme
Court of thOUnlted States convenes
Yolr'ithu Octoler term next Monday at
noon. During tho session. Attorney
lienor al Knox for tho first time since
his appointment will personally ap-
pear before the court. He will argue
tho government's sido of the Import
ant Northern Securities case.
When ono stops and considers the
conditions which exist In tho Indian
Territory It Is not hard to sou the
(roublo that Is ahead In tho far away
co'.onles now controlled by this coun-
try If Usicle Sam cannot do any bet-
ter than he has done right here nt
home and within his own domain what
Is to be expected In lande far be-
yond the sea where It takes weeks
for letters to no and come? Dnlaon
(lOrcrnor I'eabody and his xenerals
hare decided to abolish the courts of
Colorado imprison editors who dare
to criticise their official actions and
It jssianlze the mining districts. Men
of their calibre are the fellows who
are recruiting officers for the social-
ist party of the United States. The
Denver I'oat is pouring hot shot into
the Pea body camp. Perhaps the Colo-
rado czar will declare martial law In
Arrapho coiipty ami impriMn tho. tai-
lors of tho ''Denver papers who" are
protesting against the plan of the dic-
tator lo make a "Little Kussla" out
of a sovereign state.
Waist Deep in Money.
New York. Oct. 7 City tax receipts
here yesteiday for the first day of the
annual collection amour ted to $10
150.0(H). This sum was borne after
nilhf. In a rickety four wheel wagon
to a bank In Wall street. The treas
ure was guarded by four policemen.
some of whom were seated within the
vehicle waist deep amid bundles of
checks and bugs of currency. It was
said to have been the largeat pay day
at the tax office rn Manhattan borough
although most of the la rue property
holders failed lo appear. The rush
was due to an extra allowance In re
The Red Book.
The announcements of the Kwt
Hook for November the first number
of the new volume ludlcaie that con
stant Improvement Is Intended by the
editor and publishers of the msa
zlne. Among the contributors of tor
lea to appear next month are Henry
C. Rowland. I.etgh Cordon (illtaer
Hsyden Ciirrutii Ilex K. Beach Grace
Ktucald Morey J. K. Wilson John
Whittlesey Rnapp nnd other no leas
creditable who are recognised contrib
utor to tbe best publications.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jones of Chi
cagu arrived in the city today pro-
peeling for a location.. Mr. Jonoa Is
pleasad with the outlook here and
thinks this is a coming country.
Subscribe for the Ardmorelte.
FOR SALE OR RENT A new T-room
house lots orchard barn. Wil
sell reasonable on small payment
or -will rent to responsible persoc
Apply Joe N. Taylor. 4-lot
FOR SALE Good paying mcJ.'.i
practice four-room hue on larg-j
lot. In small town. Will Introduc.
buyer to patrons. Rest reasons foi
selling. Address Doctor box 04
Ardmore I. T. 25 .l&w-l.n
FOR SALE Four hundred bushels
tomatoes ripe or green. $1 per
bushel. Apply W. A Watts. 22-lm
THE ALLOTING IS STOPPED.
nterlor DeDartment Orders Tahle-
quah Office Closed.
Muskogee !. T. Oct. ".Chairman
IMxby of the Dawes Commission re
ceived a telegram today from the In
terior Department fnstructtng him to
close the aHotlng division of the
Cherokee land office at Tahlequah.
Other departments of work there will
No cause is assigned by the Inter
ior Department for closing the aHot
lng office at Tahlequah. but It Is sup-
oosed to result from a suit brought
by the Delawares against the govern
ment for $1000000 damages because
of loss of a case Involving 157.000
acres of land segregated to them.
C. R. Ureckenrldgo member of the
Dawos Commission who has charge
of tho work at Tahlequah. came to
Muskogeo this ovonlng to consult with
Other members of the commission.
ra South Ardmore $300. Apply
Mrs. R. C. Farmer. C street north-
FOR TRADE A good gentlo work
horse. Will take cord wood or corn.
Apply Sidney Suggs Ardmorelte. tf.
FOR RENT Five room house in
North Ardmore. Good neighborhood
and plenty of good water. T. K.
FOR RENT A business house on
North Caddo street Apply Ard-
morelte office. 18-tf
JnoHiv inper a M tnnoirt canvass tiiLaM jutis(j o6o people"
nr.i.v int. -1031 uriru.lt roitTABLL Illume EVER ERECTEP IN AMERICA.
A G ALL-EX'.? nrifjitnl Xhw Orletns Minstral? eraplnyiug tnpre
Deople thin any other three Minstrel Shows combined. Everything
new this season.
ADMISSION 15 and 25c. -ai Seals for 2000 Peoole.
LOST An Indian head emblem Red-
mnn's pin. Reward awaits finder
on return to Ardmorelte office. Ctf
TAKEN UP I have taken up a bunch
of hogs marked cop of each ear
and split In leftT . CJwner can hav
same by paying expenses. J A
SIMPLY BREATHE IT.
D. M. (Mack) Walker who has been
in the transfer business In Ardmore
for a number or years memuar 01
the firm of Walker & Richmond has
A Few Minutes Use of Hyomel Four
Times a Day Cures Catarrh.
The pleasantest most convenient
and the only scientific method for the
disposed of his Interest In the trans- troatment and cure ot catarrh Is Hyo-
rr business to a Mr. Wilson tne
transfer firm will hereafter be Rich
mond & Wilson. Mr. Walker will In
nil likelihood accent a position at
the freight depot.
The broncho riding at Ualley park
beeine Sunday afternoon October U
at 2: SO and ends at 5:30. Three hours
of the finest sport rn tho world for
A tb-Toair'i practical tralDlnB school cor- ' unit up to date In every doimrtmen:.
Day and DiKbt (Cbool tbe entire year. L-o pupil attend nlsbt school witbontextra
Charcot. Tuition IT .50 per month or Jl" for unlimited ncboirrhlp. Board Slo.w to $U.SO
per month. No vacation. Pupils may enter at any time. Every pupil Is placed on bis
merits or may advance aa rapidly as bis ability will permit. Tborontcb tralnlni; In
shortest time consistent with efficiency. References Any hank or business tlrm In
Oatnesvltle For catalogue address.
O. P. HELVIDGE. A M.. President Gainesville. Texas.
J. E. Howies has Just returned from
a trln to Atlanta Ga.. where he took
a carload of fine large mules for the
Southern trade. Mr. Howies said the
futlher he got from Ardmore and vi
cinity the more he was convinced that
thl wag the garden spot of tbe South.
He aavs our land is cheaper it is
richer by far and how farmers can
even eke out a subsistence back In
that ok! worn out country he Is at
a Iom to know.
Mine Engineers Strike.
All mine engineer employed by the
Rock Island Coal Company of Alder-
cat. I. T. struck today because they
claimed tbe operators refused to ad'
vance their pay as promised recently.
A number of miners in the MoAl
tor district are also restless on ac-
count of the alleged failure of their
employers to raise their wages as
niel. Simply put twenty drops or
Hyomel In the Inhaler that comes
with every package and then breathe
It for a few minutes four tlmos a
It seems remarkable that so simple
a way of treating catarrh will effect
a cure but the most Important discov
eries of science have always been the
simplest. Hy breathing Hyomel In
this way every particle of air that en
ters the air passages of the throat
and head and goes into the lungs Is
charged with a healing balsam that
kills the germs and bacilli of catarrh I ff
. .. ... ... ... fi
anu sownes ana aiiays an irniuuuu
The first day's use of Hyomel will
show a decided improvement and In
a short time there will be no further
trouble from catarrh. Its actios 's
rapid and lasting.
You take no risk In buying Hyom
A complete outfit costs Jl.lXi. and it
after using you can say that it ha
not helped you W. B. Frame will rc
turn your money. What other tri-a
tnent for catarrh Is sold under a guar
an tee like thl?
Now occupies the corner opposite Noble Bros.'
Felker is always in the front with the best gro-
ceries and biggest stock. If it's in Ardmore Felker
has it. If you are not using Regal Flour buy ajjsnck.
It never disappoints.
More Duck's stoves ana ranges art.
sold In the United SUlu than an-
other ono make. That is a pretty
good evidence that they are beif-r
stoves. Huy them from Noble Bros
Subscribe for the Ardmorelte.
1 nnicEumKimTOR coM
The World's Stand-
ard of a aood Flour.
Tyler & Simpson
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