The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 144, Ed. 1, Monday, April 25, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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if IK Eailt) aramorclltf.
Puhllnh.-.l af minor loxrcpt
Fatunlav and Sun.ly norninR.
offlcc of pu!li atiiv North Wash-
SIDNEY SUCGS Praprletor.
Entered at the Fostoffct at Ardmor
m Setond-rlass Vail ltwr.
Novpniber 2 ISM-
one wwk J
Mne year 99
(Payable In Advance).
The OFFICIAL NEWSPAPERof tho
Veiled Stat Court lor the Southern
lurtrict Indian Territory. Alao for
r.e ChicteMsiw Stock Association of
he Indian Territory and tie official
irran of the city.
"". anv.nvntik reflM'lOO UDOfl the
ci aracter or reputation of any person
t hlcta may be printed in tno Aramure-
. or any article baaed on reporta
v mrm riu will alanW be corrected
(- imiAi In the attention of the
Gulf Colorado &. anu F Railway.
ah-oaton 4 Chicago Kx. . . .S:40 a. m.
. . btirne ft K. C. Ex 4:40 p. m.
i-.RlvfatoB ft Chicago Ex.. 12:35 a. m.
i . borne ft K. C. Ex 11:50 P-
Choctaw Oklahoma Oulf Railway.
A-riTO at Ardmore 1:20 p. m.
iavo Ardmore 3:20 p. m.
Ixx-al freight worrying paaaenfera
a '... No train on S'.uday.
Arkansas & Choctaw Railway.
Lmvvo Ardmore dally $:0 a. m.
Arr. Ardmore dally.. ..11:10 p. m.
Unive Ardmore dally J:8
Arr. Ardmore dally 5:25 p. m.
Mixed train Lv. Ardmore. .6:00 a. m.
Mixed train Arr Ardmcre. .5:00 p. m.
All United Statea nails cloae 30
n mutes prior to train time.
Hereafter the mall will be cloaed
a' p. m. instead of H p. m. aa form-
rly D. REPDEI-D. I. M.
Tse the lng llh;ji.ce Telephone
: :..! call up Thorn- N. :.. If you want
i.' Anlmon lt.
Ardmore. Monaa. April 25. 1904.
'' 'f toy sat mi 'In ir."'ni.t l''t'K.
Ills head was in a wlnil;
His eyes and mouth were full of hair.
And hla arms were full of girl.
The Japs found and destroyed three
contact mlnea forty mile at ea. The
Jap fcave a different way from Kits
tia of finding and destroying mlnea
The fact that the president la bo
.'.istreaalngly healthy Is what makes
the vice pretldential nomination bo
peculiarly unattractive to Kepubllcaua
Ono hundred miners killed In Italy
and twelve killed In Moxico. One
would think that ater a while miners
would choose tome less haiardous oc
cupntlon. Uke war for Instance.
There are lomo who imagine that
all that $5000000 hero fund is going
to the bully remnants of the football
field but -Mr. Carnegie Is not the
Scot to go back on the shinny heroes
The Japanese have remarkable
memories . They rarely forget any
thin thev learn and they remember
Commodore Perry with reverence. He
taught them In a few daya some
t Lings they had been Ignorant of for
four thousand years. Some of them
gu so far now aa to discreetly suspect
that they could "lick de teacher."
At the Jail.
Muray Culsm. wiilte. charged with
bigamy was am Med near Ada by
Deputy Cummlngfr. and after Judge
Talbot heard the evidence In the case
he thougot there might be probable
ause for holding the defenJant and
).e whs bound over In the sum of $600
to appear at the Ada court on the 3rd
i next October. Committed to Jail.
Upe Warlnnd charged with false
jretente arrested nt FUtaugh was
held" by the same commlaetoner In the
sum of $300 to appear at Ada at the
J. O Prlddy. who was taken 'to Hy
on to 1 e tried for the murder of Char
ley Tut well at Duncan some time ago
by snooting him was brought back.
his ease not coming up for tna
Henry Williams charged with as
sault'wkh intent to kill oio J. H
Martin near Ryan was brought la
from Ryan by Deputy SraiU Wil-
rarns Is tald to be crazy and warn out
to .Martin's house and made advances
to 'a female member of the family
which brought him and Martin to-
goiher. 1 t
Williams was arrested and brought
into Ryan where he was placed In
Jail and committed here this morn-
For low rates to the World' Pair
1 ia the Texas a ad sad Pwciac railway
ask any ticket agent or write K. P.
1 arn-r trr.-ra! ;&-' r. t' at' n' Pal-
A DEADLY STORM
CYCLONES IN INDIAN TERRITORY
DO DEADLY WORK.
Four Killed Near Sapulpa Yesterday
Storm Createt ..Have With
BulWingi Raje Over Sec-
tions In Texas At Mllo.
Sapulpa. I. T. April 24. A terrific
cyclone coming from the south struck
Falrland 1. T. at 12:35 p. . follow.
ed by a heavy rain lasting two tiours.
The dead are:
Mrs. Mary Lamar. Mrs. Will Lea-
master. Mrs. John Dial child of Mr.
Seriously Injured: Mrs. Pender-
graft J. Harden. A. Brough and a
child of J. IjpwIs The Injured ones
are not expected to live. Some thirty
others were Injured but cn account
of the excitement it ia Impossible to
learn 'the extent ot the injuries.
The cyclone struck the business
portion of the city and unroofed every
store taking away one story of the
H. 0. Nation wholesale hardware
Arm unroofed the Masonic hall Conner-Campbell
and J. A. Cnery general merchandise.
The above Arms suffered great loss
on account of damage by wind and
niley Holler's dwelling was entire
ly swept away and contents blows
away seriously Injuring his son Clar-
Over thirty dwelling houses were
destroyed and as many damaged by
the wind. Xone of the churches were
damaged by the wind.
The Mile Twister.
W A. Taliaferro of Milo Is In the
sty to lay and told the Ardmoreite
nt ii ydone that passed over ttie
- ttlement of Mllo yesterday at 11:30
Mr. Taliaferro says he stood and
v. niched the cloud as It made Its way
-r the country and that it was like
a huge ball bounding along the moat
or the time In the air. only touching
the ground but once or twice in that
The cyclone struck two of J. W.
Johnson's rent Houses one of them
being occupied by Rev. Mr. Osborne.
The wind blew down the corn crib
and other outhouses were demolish'-
ed. as was fencing etc..
The storm came from the south-
wot and lm'-u'. wltnln a quarter ot
a mile of Mllo. It was a terrible look-
ing thing Mr. Talllaferro said and
had it struck where damage could
have been done the result would
have been awful.
The Revival Meeting.
Tho snnd storm did not check tho
revival mooting. There were four
conversions nt the morning meeting
and four at the night services and a
great company under cenwetion.
The evangelist preached three
great sermons on yesterday. His ser-
mon are more powerful every day.
The sermon to men at 3 p. in. was
ono of the greatest to men the writer
ever heard. The house was packed
with men. I am sure all were delight-
ed. The sermon was a clear pure
gospel sermon on doing business
money making honestly fairly and
Justly or doing business dishonest!)
and beating our debts.
He bnught up many examples of
those who had robbed men or beaten
them and showed that all such men
uttered greatly by same.
At the close of the sermon most
all the men came forward and took
the preacher by the hand expressing
a desire to serve their God. Many
jaere deeply moved.
The houio was found to be too
small to seat the people hence the
meeting was moved to the liroad-
way Methodist church where it will
be held each morning at 10 a. ru.
and each evening at S p. m.
The pastors are heartily co-operating
and urging their people to do the
It has become the meeting of the
town. The workers are In dead earn-
Jit an J greater victories are still
ahoad of us. If you love your town
and want to see It saved show your
interest by coming and taking up
your part. Every firm and place of
business can help out. Watch those
who do take great interest. Don't
fail to hear the sermon tonight.
All members of the First Presbyte-
rian church are earnestly urged to
attend the evangelistic services now
in progress at the Broadway M. E.
church and to do all that they can to
make these services a means of bring-
ing -uuis u Tjc Ma.-' '
NEWS OVER THE 'PHONE.
Miss Essie H11 r-t'irnH home to
Bill McLemore was here Saturday
to arrest Prank Cobb and Arthur Hud-
son on a cbarite of assault and bat-
tery. They were taken to Ardmoro.
where tbey made bond.
Dr. Harrington has returnod from
Sanger Tex. where he went to at-
tend the 'sick bed of one of his broth-
Misses Llllle Higgtns Kate Kirk-
Patrick Jeaale Hose and Mr. Harvy
Kirk patrlck visited in Burueyville Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. Pery Brown atod children of
Gainesville who have been visiting
the family of Mrs. W. W. Smith re-
turned home yesterday.
LutBer SmltK of Gainesville was
Prank Knight returnel to business
college ti. Gainesville yesterday.
Frarl. Attaway of Xorman. p. T..
was here yesterday visiting his broth
The Wynnewood orchestra went to
Lindsay to play for a dance Saturday
Miss Llsxie Martin df.ught.v of
Hev. J. M. Martin pastor of the Cum-
berland Presbyterian church of this
place died last Friday and was bur
ied yesterday at 10:30 o'clock.
The criminal court docket was ta
ken up here this morning and the
town is thronged with lawyers and
News has readied bare of a very
destructive cyclone which swept the
country over about Midland a town
east of Roff.
Mrs. D. A. Johnson died here Satu.
day and was buried yesterday.
We haj a fine rain hero ye?Nnaj-
at 10 o'clock and by 2 in the afti r-
noon the country was being sun t i.y
Oie worst sand storm of the mason
which the farmers say has killel nil
the cotton that was up necessitating
replanting In many .places.
We had a good rain here ye:terdr.y.
B. B. Hendon was here yeterlay!
Mrs. S. E. Majors returned yestcr
day from a visit to Robberson
when out driving stop at Kahn
and order one of his fancy lemonadt
Expert stenogrniers at the Ani
more Business College. 3-lm
Pefrlgerstors and Freezers.
Swellest lino In the oitv an l they
are ehenp too. See them.
T. K. KEARNEY.
Keep fresh the porlshable fruits
butter and milk In a refrigerator from
Williams Corhn & Co.
Wo are In a position to do your son
ographic work on short notice. 51 m
ARDMORE BUSINESS COLLEGE
Everything In our store at cost
week going to move too dry '-
from Ardmore by March 1.
2-i-S J. A. LEATHERWOon
Phone Ardmore Business Co:;.
when you want a stenographer r i.m
TERMS OF U. S. COURT.
At Ada February IS
At Tishomingo Februrary 29 1904 ;
At Chlckasha March 21 15(M; two
At Ryan April 4 1904; two weel:s.
At Psuls Valley April IE 1904;
1904; three weeks.
At Purcell May 9 1904 and Janu-
ary 2 1905; ten days each.
At Ardmore May 19 1904 and Jan-
uary 12 1905; lasting flvo weeks ot
Subscribe for the Ardmorolte.
Our Line of .
W. H. Byrd $ Company
NEW WAY TO SELL MEDICINE.
Cty Drug Store Gives Guarantee Bond
With Mi-o-na Nature's Cure for
The City Drug Store has made ar-
rangements to sell Ml-o-ua the mar-
velous digestion regulator. In a new
anl hitherto unheard of way. furnish-
ing a guarantee botnl with every park-
ae. GUARANTEE BOND.
In purchaslc; a 5c box of Mi-o-pa.
the purchaser Is requested to
bare this guarantee signed by the
City Drug Store as their personal
agreement to refund the money on
return of empty box f Mi-o-na
fails to cure dyspepsia and all
The City Drug Store will give the
above bond with every 50c box of Mi-o-na
they sell. You run no risk In
That everyone may have faith in
this scientific cure for dyspepsia Mi-o-na
Is sold under a positive guaran-
tee to refund the money If It lo
not do all that is claimed for It.
Everyone who Is troubled with dys-
pepsia headache distress after a;
ing. dizzy feeling anJ loss cf apt'
or who is losing weight ami in a r.:
down condition should take t li - tri..
antee bond to the City Drug St re
and commence the use of Ml-ona a'
their risk remembering that the
treatment costs you notlfing un'css .
L"es all that is claimed for .t
MRS. W A. HALLENBEGK
3719 WasbfDg'OD Av; St. Louli Mo.
Formerly of ito FUher Hotel. Tlib.irclDi;
Indian Territory . l.at
; i e
Tt.c Leading an. I Itet ro :.'at.ve
1 .sinny t Uei:e -t the .ej'L
Has every cbance at suc-
cess that is offered her
brother. The very great
demand for jntelheent
oun( women with a jood
pructicel knowledge of mod-
ern office work and sten-
ography has led us to men
lion the fact.
This modern Business
College can take yonr
daughter and in a few
months' time have her
ready to accspt and hold a
good well paying position.
Write to us or phone or
call. "Will open Monday
March 14 in the Postoffice
O P SEIMDOE A M M Vcti
AIIDMCHG I T
The .March mue I the COM I NO
tOt'NTRU aed by the Painentrer
Department ftho M K .V T Hy.. st
Louli. irivea a very complete descrip-
tion of the preent day condition
and the many adrantai:e that the
Si.othweat ller to the bomesvek r
and InreMor The OoTernment 1'3
crop and livestock reports tbow that
the Hontbweat U In avery proiperoun
and tlourUhlnir condition. The paper
la very attractively llluitrated with
farm and livestock icenet. It yon
are contemplating a chance and de-
aire reliable ilntormatlon iclattre to
the Great Moathtrett tecure a copy
tiv addreailnir GEO. MOHRISOH.
M KT T- t
" sr. louis. uo.
Is Complete and
AT LOW PRICES
Successors to Blnntor; & Berkshire
OIIIcc cier first
; f a ( t
Jones Machine-Repair W'ks
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
Repair. Buj.Sell and ExehnnRe Machinery of all kind
If you have a break-do tvu I will be ready day or njfjht to
anist you and demonstrate that quick and good
work can be secured at reasonable prices.
iU'SSELL S BIG BOLL PROLIFIC COTTON. The
most pro ifie variety on earth. A car of these fine cotton
seed just received from Alexander City Aln
For fnle by E B.
The Mutual Life Insurance Go
OF NEW YORK
The Largest Life Insurance Company In Oliin 000 finn
the world with assets of over o4UUuUUUUU
See them at their office In the Noble Building or call 'Phone No. 380 and
they will take pleasure In presenting the advantages of THE .MUTUAL over
all other companies.
TALK IS CHEAP!
But u takes bargains to nTakr aman turn money loose at this time
Well I Guess.
1 have one of fne largest and aost complete stocks of Harness and
Saddler' that you find in a town the size of Ardmore.
Coming to you from and bavin g been connected with one of the
largest wholesale houses In the South I am In a position to give you
some of the best values for the money you have over had offered.
1 have secured in getting the agency for ono of tho best linos of
Buggies that are sold In the South. Having done business in both
a wholesale and retail way with tn'em I will be enabled to givo you
.ur money's worth in a vehicle of any style. Give ua a trial.
"White Horse Saddlery"
TflA Daily and Arrittinraifa For All the News
Weekly Ml UI11U1 CI lw
et i e i eje ea a g gg
ARDMORE 1. T.
205 W. Main
All the Time.
SELECT A RAILWAY AS
YOU DO YOUR CLOTHES.
(MISSOURI KANSAS A TEXAS RAilWAY.)
Sorjerts Camfertibli Hi Csci e&ieat Trains
THE "KATY FLYER" AND
KATY DINING STATIONS.
Uti's. Woeeule In Prlci.
Oesurpissed la Quilltj ud Serrice.
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