The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 164, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 18, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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SIDNEY SUGOS. Proprietor.
ktif red lit the I'ostonVe at Ardmore
kk SefOtid-class V.n Matter.
November 2 ISM.
One week J
(Payable In Advaneo).
The OFFICIAL NEVSPAPERof the
VnltfJ States Cotirt lor the Southern
Iimtrlct Indian Territory. Also for
the Chickasaw Stock Association of
the Indian Territory and the oindal
crpan otn' . -
Any cmneous reflection upon the
t'.araftiT or reputation of any person
v. !. h may be printed In the Ardmore-it-.
or any article boced on report
n.it are fal will glanly be corrected
i! i rouftt to the aitmtlon of lh
Culf Colorado &. lanta Fe Railway
r.!wston ft Chicago Kx 3:40 a. m.
C . l;-irne K C. Ex P- m-
(;.;.'xton ft Chicago Kx..l2:3S a. m.
11. burn ft K. C. Kx 11:50 p. ax.
Choctaw Oklahoma S Gulf Railway.
Arrive at Ardmore 1:20 p. id.
Iae Ardmore 3:20 i. tn.
Ial freight carrying paaeiiera
Arkansas &. Choctaw Railway.
Ls-avu Ardmore dully. .. .6:30 a. m.
Arr Ardmore dally.. ..12:10 p. in.
Uavo Arrtmoro dally 2:3r. p. :n.
Arr Anlmoro dally 5:23 p. tn.
Mixed train Lv. Artlmtio. .0:00 a. in.
M.xmI train Arr Ardmore. .0:00 p. in.
All United State it alia clow 30
tr.nutfo prior to train time.
Hereafter the malls will be closed
nt 0 p. in. Iiulea.1 of i p. in as form-
erly I) HUUriUU'. 1'. M.
I' e the I.'inn Ul ar.ro Telephone
nr..! mil up 'Phone If you want
tiif Al'llli'ii i'
Ardmore. Wednesday May 18 1904
Cciicral KtiropntMu explains thai
1 tioopn tire raw Hi- need not wnr
i The Japs will em k llieni dune
I !orti llio wnr Is over
Villlo Keoler u batter or the Atner
i' ..n liuiulmll leaKite. drawn an annual
ii it y of lio.ooo. A voiiKiOHKiimii Keta
f'000 but ho mutely mnkuH I.uvh In-
ad of bases.
The car la hurrying 100000 men
i -n Utiaala toward .Manchuria. VIco-
to. Alexleff la believed to liu hurry-
n; four tlmua an many In tho oppo-
KuropatUIn criticizes '.an'-ullteirn
i.ish at$nd at Vain. ThiB Is the llrst
l.n.e that wo have luard that tho
Iitiislnns stopped riiniiliiB Ioiik
o lough to make a stand of any Kind.
If the railroad would cut their
f iRht rates like some of them cut
leelr tax retuniB pcrhnps the value
o: i heir leturns would Inn ease like
Ire tielKlit niton sometimes Increase.
The cost of running the president
I: Increased $'J1IS1 in two and u
h.iif year of Roosevelt. This constl-
MieK one of the most scandalous
. piers in the hlatory of our govern
man In Cleveland made a uet
.it ie could drink a quart of whlaky.
I an the bet but lost his life. Tho
. .-.I I ;ibvloun. Don't bet and don't
ink whisky. At least don't do
id in combination for If you win
I ill you ever stop to think that
v. .. a Oklahoma and Indian Territory
mu- Into the I'uion as a state that
tt.. new state will have a population
'. ebotit ono and one-half million poo
i .c with more woalth with (router
i.aiural resources and with more
r tie of railway than any other ter
ry ever udmltlud into statehood.
I 'ukwoll Sun.
In defense of the afternoon paper
tt.o Ft Worth Telegram says: "YVTion
j. (i pick up a morning paper nt break-lu-i
you read that which occured tho
nj before Whon you pick up nn nf-
! noon paper in the evening nt your
e tier you read that which occurred
a lew hour before while you were
.gaped with your day's otislne.
1 e afternoon paper prints today's
todny and (jive It to you llrst."
I r 0. H. Carson .f Kansas City
" ii. threaten to revolutionise tho
.id of medicine and surgery. He
i: ims to have discovered a new meth-
t of curl n k uppondlcltls. It Is no-
mpllshed without the use of Die
i fc and is snlil to ho moro success-
t ; than any method over resortod to.
l is easy to foresee fame and woalth
the discoverer If his claims can
u made ol.
I (i 'i ' 'I i W.i .i v ' i
. t the .ioit.n i.I . Ill- f null!' r
of the Panama canal he Journeyed to
the home of his aged mother and aak-
il her advfto. After due reflection
ib answered. "It Is your duty; o."
There la Infinitely more than a
nrrtty sentiment In tbla Incident.
We owe to our mothers wires and
rtt'iBbters the consideration of their
otofort ami pleasnre as they way he
a5fccte.l by diir tindertaklnRS No
nan lives unto himself alone. He I
a miserably lflh creature who seta
nl.. personal ambition above friends
and family. A man't. wife la Ms pwrt
ncr In more senses than Cue sharlni;
of Joy and sorrows. Whatever he
may do for her In providing home and
cf.mort. he doe mor tor him In the
c i or encouragement and aolace she
brtras to hi dally life and more
Mill In refining hi animal aroanes
rnd making him respectable. The
ian who I not In the association of
R'me good woman and under the In-
fl tence of her virtue directly or by
I he restraint of a sacred memory I
1'itle better than a polite brute. He
may achieve success as net ess ap-
pear to the superficial observer but
hr ha missed the noblest attainment
of manhood tiTe conaclousness or
xnth and assurance of aeh respect
v lib h are more than honesty or prud-
nil thnt Isn't all. Thoro Is wisdom
an well as duty in this deference to
the women of our llosh. They see
turn clearly the simpler thing of
llf. ITTey are out of the glnro and
confusion of tho thronging hlgliwny.
':Vcy lmve mine of the foverod as
piration which tho race for Msltion
Inspires and none of the despair with
v.hlch the struggle for existence oc-
c :t tonally touches llio most hopeful
! n l. Their point of view U lean
ifll. In the sense of ferocious greed
.nul nKKranillzemont that come to the
i.i.-'Ihk world: and more sr'lsh in
Hi ant ion nf serene coulem 'iitlon.
" ! y have a wisdom of intuition
thiit outruns our tailored reasoning.
They have keener perceptions of du-
ty littler standards and nobler Im-p-tl.es.
..nl most of all they know us
l.tmw our strcnntli ami our wonkne
ns we can not jKisslbly know our-
l-'orliinato I tho nmii who can take
hiK inenstini In the JmlKtiiont of a
good woman and no to lifts duly or
i.ln tusk with tho approval of a more
'.-( erniiiK. n nobler nnd diviner mind
limn heaven hnH bestowed upon tho
v !cst nnd gientest of his sow Fort
An eploKlnu of sawdust In a lum-
ber mill at Portland Ore. caused tiro
which destroyed tho plant Some tluo
cay one of these biontvfnst food fnc-t-ilcs
will Htifler a similar fate from
the saino catiRn
CORRECTION FROM THOMPSON
Fays He Wan Indorsed for Member-
ship In Executive Committee.
In convoisHtl'iu by "phone with Mr.
J. II. Thompson of Pauls Valley lo-
diiy that Kcntlcniati uiIvIkoh us that
an error appeared In our report of
Hie Pauls Valley district convention
as published In yostorday'i: paper.
Me says tho dulonatos were Instructed
f"r Dick for national cuiiimltteeiiiiiii
am' that .1. T. lllantoti or Pauls Val-
I y was endorsed lor delegate to St.
Uitils. but that he (iTiomimon) was
oi orsed for membership In the ex-
c'littvc committee and not for chair-
mnu of the samu. Mr. Thompson rec
i mil i .oh that the Chickasaw nation can
in hoi ii iv boih the national commit-
i oi.ihii and (Tialrmnn of the eei u
tive committee and say that his
rane will not be used In connection
with the chairmanship ai the Pauls
Valif y delegates of which Mr. Thomp-
son Is one will go to lliirant to kIvo
t.-.eir every support to Mr. Dick nnd
ttn'y believe he will bo erected. He
tnrthor state that they Intend to
t'l.ct Mr. lllnnton as a dolomite to
Eaten by Cannlb.il?.
Vancouver. Mny 17. Mall jidvlces
Lr- reived by tho Australian Moamor
Miowern state that five men were
Mlliil and onten recently by cannlbalH
on Admiralty Islam! In the South seas.
The llrltleh war ship Condon was
tent to tho scone and set lire to the
village whare tho cannibals lived. The
C.' r.don's ntllcers threatened to niiiil-
l.llnle the village If tho cnuiilbals
wv. not ha n iled over"lo iiiinlshmeiit.
Tlih was done and tho cannibals were
Meeting of the Lincoln Club.
'I he Lincoln club met Inst night In
tnlled session and appointed K P.
Anderson Sam Noble nnd 13. M. floff
at a committee to take tho mnttorup
with the cltltcns and try nnd prevail
urn Judge Jos. T. Dickersou mak-
ing Ardmore his place of residence.
Sulwcrlbo for Uie Ardmorelt.
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NEWS OVER THE PHONE.
''here iian lt -n an addition of 2
crc of thp townsite. and a goo.
t any of the new lots sold.
It. A. Basham I here from Shaw-
Mrs. W. P. Dost and son Jnmes Is
here from Ad?.
Dr. K. K. Hetlln of St. luls Is
i -re visiting his porents.
iir. A. H. Adams and chlhlron arc
hero from Ardmore.
Xlss Maud Wooldrndao Of Man Is
here visiting her sister lsr. C. N".
Mrs. R. M. )llgh who has beon on
C'c Kick Hot Is reported better.
Pock McCasaon and Clay Taylor
hne gone to Waurlka to work on the
new elevator which la being erected
at that place.
Lewis Mndnay and Charlie Harris
have returned to Gainesville. .
The oat and wheat are looking ex
Mr. Cochran of Pauls Valley If In
.Ws. Oscar Cotton who has been
on the sick Hit Is reported much
There was another sand storm hre
yiKterday wnlch did some damage on
Mr. and Mrs. I J. Akers loft todny
The young folks had a miiaicnlo at
the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Inst
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Hill have re-
turned from a Ashing trip to Hiclio-
Tho farmers are all In the Held
Mr. Illshop'a little child Is reported
better after a serious Illness.
.1 C. Pierce has gone to Duncan on
K. J. Stanton ha gono to Ardmore
o meet his sister Mr. Tannor. of
Mr. Tweed and H. L. Dalton are
I.I'M In the Interest of tho Anlmoro
(tot cry company and the Crown bot-
ti'ng works of Anlmoro
Horn last evenliiK to Mr. iAid Mrs.
It.upli .Sanders a fine boy.
There are several travolltiR men
In town todny.
i. It. Merrldoth from near Orahnm
le In town todny.
1 horo was a IiIk tlnnce nt tho hall
'lho Syuodlcal college coninionne-
ii.' nt sorvlcos bOKln today and con-
tinue untfl Thursday tolKht
V.' K Warren Is shipping a car load
of hogs to Fori Worth today
.7. H. Ilanlson went to Anlmoro yes-
A crowd of Dougherty people it
fnned yeRlerday from n hunting trip
In tin lClnmichl mountains. While
Hero they killed three doer and five
turkeys besides a bountiful mippH -if
Kinall gnmo nnd fish.
.7 W. Hreedlove who has been si. I.
U able to b'e about town again.
Mr. McNnlly of Ardmore ha1- a
nrislc class here now.
Order of Judge Townsend.
It Is hereby ordered that the mar-
shal or this court open cotirt at Ard-
more on the 10th of May at U o'clock
a. in. tho name being tho first day
or the regular May. 1001 term there-
of nnd n'djotirn the said term until
tho 23.1 day of May A. D. lf04. at 9
o'clock In tho morning.
Douo nt Purcell this 121 li day of
lly tho court.
ThP bcnTIly of Miss Collins' spring
and sii m met- millinery Is too great for
visitors to her store to resist buying.
It's no tumble to get Just the lint that
best pleases your fancy at her store
Stylish Straw Hats
W. H. Byrd
WANT CPU Ml
WANTED Men to leain barber traue
Few we-ks completes. Positions
waiting free work careful i nut ruc-
tions. Can earn expenses bctore fin-
ishing. Catalogue mailed free Moler
Harbor College St. Louis. Mo. 15-C
I.IKB INSUHANCK District mana-
gers wanted by Security Life and
Annuity of Philadelphia for Okla-
homa and Indian Territory. Liber-
al contract to t;tod producers. Lib-
eral policy contracts and health In-
surance. Address with references
Tom C. Swope. state agent. No. 502
Illnx building. Houston Tex. ll.lOt
AVANTKD Traveling salesman to
handle line of paints and composi-
tion roof. Call phone 390 or ad-
dress Downard Asphalt Co. Ard-
more Ind. Ter. 6tf
WANTBD Old rage. Must be clean
Apply at this office.
fllass Front restaurant. Tisbomln-
ro. OoimI business good stand. Call
on or write Prultt k Ko?g Tisho-
mingo I. T. 1S-4
FOft SALE A fancy foam of earri-
age horses at Catbey's livery barn.
I-'OIl SALIC Several buggies at bar-
gains. H. U. (Inlllot Cth aveuuo
and H street northwest. 15-7
I'OIt SAKE One "iO-horsopower side-
crank Houston Stanwood & Gam-
bio engine. Positively good as
now. Also one Inrge double-door
Cary safe. Easy payments or
cheap for cash. Apply or write M.
Xuckerraan nt Cold Storage. 3-1 m
FOR SALE Very cheap one IXL
windmill llfty-foot tcwer. 2500 gal-
lon tank. Sidney Suggs. 1-tf
FOK SALE My homo place corner
of A street and 5th Ave. N. W. Lot
150x150 3-room dwelling stnble
two good wells and fruit trees. For
terms apply to me on premises.
Mrs. J. M. Gollodge.
FOli SALEThorojghbrod Poland
China hogs. U. H. Colbert TIsho
mlngo I. T. 25-lm
FOK KENT Good three-room house
largo rich lot good water. See O.
M. Kedfleld. 1-tf
1 OST Small imitation leather back
memorandum book Iti Southeast
Ardmore containing several ad-
dresses electric liglit rates and a
$20 bill. Finder will bo liberally
rewarded b$ -returning same to of-
lice of Artltnore Jco Plant. 17-2
STKAYEU OK STOLEN Ono old
black heavy pony horse. Missing
since May :i. A liberal reward will
be paid for Information of where-
abouts. Address Cuplaln Thomas
Salvation Army Ardmore I. T.
A Dainty Dessert
To set before a KmiJ
No mutter who mny be the RUP.st
or if it be your own family our
ice cream provides n dessert that
is pleasingly ncceptnble.
Ve have tnanv llivor? and if
you will onlv sny the word we will
make it especially as you waut it.
Phone your order nnv day.
ON THE WAY TO Till: r O.
Olllce derilfst NiIIodiI Emk
Jones Machine-Repair W'ks
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
Kepnir Buy Sell ami Exchnnrje Machinery of all kind
If you have u break-down I will be ready day or night to
assist you nod demonstrate that quick and uood
work can be ttrured at reasonable prices.
Will Be Sig Matort.
Judge Hoaea Townsend Hon. C. M.
Campbell cf Ardmoie and Aithur W'al-
cott of lUlleyvllie left todny at noon
for (iutbtle. Tonight Judge John illn-
kle and W. R. Blettkmore go to the
a me place.
The object of these gentlemen' vis-
It to the capltol of Oklahoma la to
aho the Scottish Kite degree of Ma
Oram! Commander Hlchardson Ad
miral Schley and tho party of high
Masons from Washington will be
Tomorrow evening tho dogreo will
be cornered upon many Masons of
Oklahoma and Indian Territory.
A Gem Story.
Chicago May 16. A dispatch to the
Tr'mine from Galveston Toxns says:
Having made restitution of a vnlun-
I le dlamolm ring I'aul Clarkson a
piiconer here has escaped prosecu-
tion. Restitution was made with the aid
of two surgeons an X-ray machine
r. : a scalpel. The stone after being
I -'aieil by means of the machine was
r moved from Clarkson's stomach and
turned over to tho owner. It was
vorth $250. The owner paid for the
operation and the prisoner was re-
leased. Clarkon wa? preparing to sail for
New York when he was arn-hted.
While he was being searched tho
s.i ne. which he held In his mouth
nipped down his threat Tjy mistake.
e cays. Clarkson Is rocovor'ng rap-
idij trom the effects of tho operation
Every pipe smoker Ih Invited to
come in antl see our line line of
Prench briars and meerschaums. You
never saw as good pipes for the mon
ey at we are showing. 15
F. J. RAMSEY.
Notice of Sale.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 will
ofter for sale to tlie highest bidder.
for cash a stoCR of drugs known as
the Berry & Kemp stock invoicing
nbout JIiOO and open accounts aggre
gating $314.00. between the hours of
lo a. m. nnd 12 m. on the 23rd day
May. 1904 In the town of Mill
Cjeek. Indian Territory at the Berry
& Kemp ftore.
J. B. MOORE. Trustee.
Ptrst .published May IS 1001.
ii; order to make room for our
heavy shipment of buggies now in !
tinntlt we hnvo gome speclnl offers to!
r-ake in White Elephant and Colum-!
Mr road bujrgles. Cash or on time 1
Cnli and be fonvlnced. I
v WILLIAMS. CORHK & CO i
T' White Moun'ain ur.O A- ice
S 1m WEEKS 1 ROS
RUSSELL'S BIG BOLL PROLIFIC COTTON. The
most prolific variety on earth. A car of these fine cotton
seed just received from Alexander City Ala
For Sale by E B.
Because it m the bf!Ht ;iiid ma k at home by
Whaley Mill and Elevator Company.
S GORMAN !
Akdmork Ind. Tkk. $
ARDMORE I. T.
l ! ! ? f ? 5! V
A Call to Confederates.
D. .1. Kendall commander of f U
Chickasaw Brigade U. C. V. has is-
sued the following call:
To the members of tho executive
committee for tho United Confederal.-
Veterans: As tho time Is approach
In for our annual reunion I would
advise you to meet nnd take such ac-
tion as you may deem necessary In
promoting tho Interest of this grand
and noble cause. D. J. KENDALL.
Tho reunion Is to be held In Sulphur
Eaporated pears at Staples &
Skaggs. Phono 57. 15-3
Williams Corhmfc Co. nro making
n special ten days-"1 run on buggi -
New Is your tlmo to buy.
The Success sulky plow Is the farm-
er's tried and true friend. Sold by
J. B. SPRAOINS -
Strayed or Stolen.
Odp blood bay mare 3 years old
about 1 1 hands high branded 1! on
right hip and It on right shoulder.
Will tyiy $5 for Information lending
to her recovery. 11011 HOGEKS
17d w2 Uorwyn I. T.
No wonder women don't go on
sprcos; (heir heads begin to aeho
CIovos will remove tho odor of high-
balls Cut they refuse to mix with
If you aro going o.n a vacation this
summer you will flud a Laughlln foun-
tain pen a necessity. Bettor get it
now. We are exclusive agents. 15
K. J. RAMSEY.
Subscribe for tho Ardmorelte.
Don't have trouble
with worK done by
me for I always try
to please my custom-
ers. I am no plumber
or felt roofer but I am
when it comes to Tin
Roofing and have
the work here in
town to prove it.
'ours for Tin Work only
116 Alill St.
PUGH Ardmore I. T.
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