The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 176, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 1, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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Well so" ilulguli iil;
nmt Hnndav morning
Olllco of publication North Wash
SIDNEY SUQOS Proprietor.
Entered nt tho Postofhco at Ardmoro
a Ketond-class V.oil Matter.
November 2 1893.
One . ar ;
(Payable In Advance)
The OFFICIAL NEWSPA P E R of tho
United State Court lor tho Southern
ffii t. Indian Territory. Also for
the Chickasaw Stock Association of
tho Indian Territory and tho offlelal
organ of tho clty: .
"Any ernneous rolled Ion upon the
chara t.-r or reputation of any person
whicn ma he printed In the Ardmoro-
Uo. "r anv article lal on reports
that nr.. false will Kbv.ly bo corroclod
If Ir.ujrht to th atuntloa of the
Gulf Colorado &. Santa Fe Railway.
Oalu t..nftrhlriiwl;....MOn. m.
del nr.. K. C. Ex .....IMO P. m.
I North botinl.)
Galw t n & Chicago Ec. 12:35 a. m.
Ckli.u & K. C. Ex. ..11:50 P. in.
Cho:taw Oklahoma J Gulf Railway.
Arrive nt Ardmore 1:20 p. m.
1mo rdmoro.rjt 3:20 p. m.
Io al freight carrying passengers
Arkansas t Choctaw Railway.
Lc&vo Ardmoro dally. .. .S:30 n. in.
Arr Ardmoro dally 12:10 p. m.
!avo Ardmoro dally 2:35 p. m.
Arr Ardmoro dally 5:25 p. m.
Mixed train Lv. Ardmore. .0:00 n. in.
Mixed train Arr Ardmoro. .0:00 p. m.
All Fnlted Stntes n alls closo 30
mlmiti prior to trnln tiro".
Hen after Uie malls will Lo closed
at 9 p m. Instead ot ' p m an form-
erly Ij KEPI I ELD. 1'. M.
V:c thYlong Distance Telephone
and mil up l'hune N 5 If yon want
the Ulmonitr .
Ardmore Wednesday June 1. 1904.
Chamber of Commerce to Meet.
T.i (hamiitr i Comment- is hero
Jy cal.. I to inft In Important business
fCESion Thursday night nt the city
hall Every cltlsen of tho town If ro-
qucstc 1 to he present to take action
on m.vur.s of much Importance to
the Uwn SIDNEY SUGGS Pres.
C L DYHNE Sec.
The more noise Russia and Japan
.jnako. tho further England proceeds
In her amiable plan cf absorbing
Even tho wealthy Japanoao ladles
mae their own ciothea and the
clothes of their male relatives. This
explains wJiy thoy arc wealthy.
afternoon (except was had the nerve and the old hand
press and no family to support mnyuu
so I like to he a country editor with
five thuisand readers In some town
that was had'n good future and put
near two nundred souls In It The
country editor was a big man In tho
community and was received lotB a
compliments. The prominent farmer
was lugged his pumpkin Into l.rs-sanc-turn
for remembrance nnd the women
a the ladles aid society was left fresh
bouquets on Ills desk for advertising
the Ico cream festival and the candidate-
for office was dropped In ami
pnld up his back subscription for his
support nnd the business men was
cut down they space In ills weekly ro
ho could had more room to boost the
town and blow they horn."
(Tookpnfka M'cco and Wolf Warri-
or and Komi Harjo they wa looked
kind a mystiWd. tllte Ilotgun was
Return? twj far away from the sofky
pots ami they didn't know wnat no
was driving at. Hut they was smoked
slow and watched the red ants and
paid close attention and wait for n
chance lo gnint.)
"Well so" llotmin he mo on nnd
say "sides that maybe so I could bo
toastmaster for the press association
and called on Editor Holden n the
Post for a ktory about Ft. Glhi-on the
time old Herodltus was come There to
write up tho town. Or mnybo so I
was culled on Colonul Clarence Dug
Iist. a tho Phoenix for n Konnet on
Secretary It's Ccchod. Or maybe so
I railed on Sidney Suggs n tho Aril-
morel te for a talk on how to graft
In the newspaper business. Or mnybo
to I was railed on Editor Hustle n
the Capital on how to fill up the
front pnpe on a tip or grapevine spo-
ilnl. Or ninybe so I wns called on
Klrt Whit more n the Enquirer to toll
why he run n thumb sheet dally In
Inn town Instend of a monthly. Or
maybe so I was called on llett Oroor
n the Times for a set speech on how
t be afraid n your shadder In poli-
tic ami gobble up the patronage af-
ter the election. Or mnybo o I wns
nllcd mi the Duraut News man nnd
Wagoner Iteeord mnn to explain how
io nwlpe stuff wiOiour credit
(Tookpnfka .Micro and Wolf Warri-
or and Kono fTnrJo thoy was looked
like they was more Interefcted In the
And Ilotgun he go on nnd say
"Well so If I wns a century editor
I could had lots a mileage sticking
In my vest pocket tlisiT wasn't good
on tho Knty KTyer nor In Texas neith-
er." Then Tookpnfka Mlrco he say. 'Well
so I was druflier "777171 a pass to vide
vii like a flunkey n the federal court
or mnybo fo a roustabout for the
Dawes commission or 111711 agent. So.
when the conductor was come around
and holler "tickets?" all I hnd to do
wns flash the pahtc board nnd keep
my cyo on tho landscape liku I was
had a deed to It."
Then Ilotgun lie say. "Well. eo. any-
The Ixjco school ball Icam Ib pre-
paring for a same with Cornkh next
The people were frightened some
here last night by the wind storm.
The wind blew pretty hard for over
two hours but tho damage was Incon-
There Is to he n homo taient play
for the benefit ot tno Wynnewood
band on the night of Juno 14.
Thoro will bo a big dnncc hare Fri-
Miss Delhi Uodro will lenve today
for a trip to Muskogee and thence to
Iho Worlit Fair.
Mrs. W. II. Poole will leave tomor-
row for Muskogee.
The farmert are taking advantage
of the fine weather to catch up with
The crop prospects were never bet
ter for this time of year. Corn Is
ox tin good.
Hen and Cal Stewart are at Ard
moro on business.
The farmers are very busy laying-
by tho corn.
Mrs. Cal Stewart Is on tho sick
list this week.
It. X. Horn! has roturned to his
home ut Lawton O. T.
There Is to bo a big picnic hore
I.ehnnon Is to have a picnic on the
21th of this month.
Mr. Cochran of Pauls Valley was
Tho crop prospects nre bettor than
ever known In this country nnd thnt
is saying n good deal for this Is
known to be one of the best farming
belts In tho Indlnn Territory.
J. It. Stanton has gone to Fort
Worth nnd Dnllns on business.
IV II. P. Lyle hns leturned from
a business trip to Ardmore.
J. W. .McVeigh has returned from
n visit in Loulsiann.
There Is to be a church supper
glvon here on Juno 3 to ralso money
to pay for a now organ.
The Fox bnscbnll boys nre to go
to Graham next Saturday when they
expect to get the Ornhnmltcs' scalp.
ma. mm m m aw m m m m m. a. i -
HSBj.vm&wrA..'.-' 'w i i
A r Mm-
t 1 1 UIIUI t inn UC 111 MUC tu I HUUbW .
the Road to Come to Ardmore. 1
J iid go C L. Herbert as a member
of the committee on railroads (rum $
INSURANCE AGENTS f
1. ..1.-. 1 n.-w AonMflDK. TXD. TKR. T
the Chamber of Commerce Is In JJJV "'
munlcatlon with C M Haskell t.rei.. . WtrrrrrT
ident of the MtiBkogce L'nlon railway
with reference to securing tnls line
cf road for Ardmore. The line Is now
bolng built from Muskogeo to Wliltes-
The route has not been definitely
selected although the road Ib now
under construction nnd whllo Ard-
more Is too fnr West to bo .n a di-
rect line yet there Is a chnnco of in-
ducing the rond to come by way of
this place. Mr. Horbert states that
this road Is known definitely to be a
Missouri Pacific proposition that
when It reaches Whltesboro It will
connect with Its own line Into Fort
Worth thai It means a belt lino of
As such It Ir a matter of prime
Importance thnt this town secure the
While Ardmore's best common ial
Interests demand the road there are
reasons why the road in Its own In-
terest should deflect westward and
reach this (own. Ardmore 1- the
most Important town on the propo1-. 1
line. It Is the rallrond center of tii
finest agricultural belt In the South-
west. Tho live stock shipments from
this point Is considerable enough to
bo of lutorost to transportation lines.
There is plenty of wnter here that
belongs to the city ?o rurnl'h rail-
roads nny amount tfiey wnnt. Uy
coming through Sulphur which woul l
he the loglcnl route for the Muskogee
Union Its pnsscnger traffic would f
the greatest of any lino crossing the
Territory. Ardmore's oil. 'coal hrlik
and asphalt are attractive to railroad
This proposition will lie thorough
ly discussed at the Cliniiifit r c f C mi
merco meeting Thursday night
Jones Machine-Repair Wis
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
Hepnir Buy. Sell nnd Excbnnce Machinery of nil kind
If vou lmve a brenk-down I be ready day or niBbt to
nsstst you nml demonstrate that quick and uood
work can be secured at reasonable prices.
TELEPHONE 85. " ARDMORE 1. 1.
;r' ... ... V -a -x -1 t '' :ti Vi 0 0 00 0 0
Ill'SSELL'S BIG BOLL PKOLIFIO 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. PUGH Ardmore I. T.
The Parsonage and Home Mission
Society of the Broadway M. E. church
meets tho first and third Tuesdays of
each month at the parsonage.
JUIS. HESTER WOLVERTON.
Do not quit cleaning up Jut bo
cnuso proclamation week has passed how I was dnithor had my name to
Just k'cp tho back ynrd In shape.
The department of agriculture has
lrsurd a treatise on "Ornftlng" A
publication of this character should '
' ' . carpet and no votes to make me snni
the bend a the column and lots n snap
shots hanging under It than a pass
on ttie railroad and privilege to bog
up when 1 want to In the palace car
have inuc from the postofllce depart
tary policeman." Alex Posey.
1 The little peach modest unassum- t was indeed a very foolish thing
Ing and immature but concenllng for tho ministers of St. Uml'i to np-
several volts of tho HvolloHt brand point n committee to visit tho l'iko
of htunmrh nche Is now nboul to m tho World's Fair and paBS upon
The L. T. La meets every Sunday
afternoon from 3 to I at tho First Pre
MISS MAUD TENNERY Proa.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the First
Daptlst cuhrch weeta with the mem
bers each week.
MRS. A. I). MAYHEW Pres.
DAISY NICHOLS Sec.
The Foreign Missionary Society ot
tho Droadway M. E. rhursU meeU the
first Thursday ot each month.
MRS. T. K. KEARNEY Pres.
Thrown From a Wagon.
Mr. George K. Habc. v ;nrown
from IiIb wagon and severely bruized
He applied Chnmberlaln's Pain Halm
freely and says It Is the best liniment
he ever used. Mr. Ilabcock is a well
known citizen of North Plnln. Conn
There Is nothing equnl to Pain Halm
for sprains and bruises. It will tf
feet a cure In one-third the timo re-
quired by nny other treatment. Ftr
sale by F. J. Ramsey Ardmoro Drug
Co. W. II. Frame.
When a m&n's broke the woman
who broke him thinks she had
tnpo thocourflinnd hcul;-luxiffs
Sold at T N. C0I6 man's Drug Store.
occupy the center of tho stage.
the morality of the allows. In tho
- I rtmt tiliwrv tliosn slinu-s which the
.. i...t I I..1nn.l Id In ill
ttlUJIL' IUKII 111 .0 tu 1 ... ...ill A.1 4Ur
Ulllllaiurs Will Cdliuriiiii win linn uiv
sot 1 m auction -Cnstlo Martyr In
Cork (uiinty It belongs to a count
who nri.N money and to raise It
glvt . the iihatjltnnts of that town n
clinn- io huy the place thoy live In
It 1 -..imtlmeB xood for tho general
puWii r.-r those whoso soft hands
can 'lo no work to be driven to tlniin-
dnl mbarrnssinent. Then the public
f;c8 an opportunity to enjoy- life
it Is nssTrtod that tho Japaneso t
the Far East are using a powder
l.iion ns the Shlmrosc powJer the
ttrntU' power of which hns nttracted
the wonder of tho nations. It la n
well Known fact thnt different pow
condemnation the drawing card and
next II Is docldodly ridiculous for
ministers to think the people nre so
bereft of judgment thnt they must
have guanllans to tell thorn where to
go and wlicre not to go. The chnnces
nre this Inspection tour wns plnnned
by a prench'er who wanted to see
Just how risque the Pike Is nnd he
wanted nn excuse to make thu trip.
It Is llko taking children to see the
WANTED A woman to do laundry
work. Apply 8Uara-Laundry. 31-
WANTED Position by honest and
Industrious boy. Groceries prefer
red. Give me a trial. 'Phono 32C.
Tho Aid Society ot the Cumberland
Presbyterian church meets overy Tues-
day with ono of the mombors.
MRS. J. D. TANNER Pies.
Tho Aid Society ot tho Christian
church meets evory Tuesday with one
of tho members.
MRS. MATTIE EVETTS Pres.
MRS. D. REPI.OGI.E Sec.
Tho Christian Endeavor of tho Chris
tian Church meets overy Sunday at
tcrnoon nt 4 o'clock.
I). A. H. REPLOGUE Pres.
It Is Up to the Doctor
A lady wrote us from Winchester
Va. that she hnd been under a hoc
tor's enro for 1 years for dyspepsia
tli have a different force and tno the pain appeared 10 center uuuer
.. r .i vnriinia nn- the left shoulder wane wns ko severe
ill H 11111 tii Mil 1 a ui v 1 ..11 .ii ..n w
. . Ill llIUUB I II It 1. VllV IHUIU lU'llllul vi
Hons nro ronstnnuy iu o1M. gU( s0 m(l ogl fnh 1Lr
lng for the mofct powerful explosives. mu dtietor. nnd asked her to seiin
It is thuiiKht Japan has a secret thnt unniple of Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver
ottur nations would glvo large sums pills which hnd been recommended
I Unf V.i .nut linr lu'n llllia. ill
. Ill 111.-1. I1V .11...V.
lo poi-si' I .. f n Iw.v Vim-
;rn-itor Quav'i Funeral.' Rllt' wrues uiui me pnin uuuer hit
Senator Quay t Funeral. h urt lu.r cutlroly. she
ll.avM !.. May 31-l or twonourh hcr mA nwr Hleop!l
to'a lining tne nineriu umi MI than S hours every night and
o.r i n. u mains of Senator Matthew this has all come about In 2 weeks
c. .v (iii.iv I.usliiei8 wns suspend- and cost her 50c for two boxes of
...i. ii.. vol. PUIS. says uie uorior rum nv m i
.... . . .. I l.tn tint 1 -
in 1 n' uotiy ui ui ' ""- hotter take tho $50 and invest it nil
thin. :i and was viewed by thousand I in Dr. Gunn's Improved l.lver pills
... 11. ilf.-lona friends of the eml- and build up his practice. Sold by
...m Ktatemnn. whoso llto work wns drugglts for 2fic peruox. Any ono
- . . itcaitniiatn iiiiiriiit atixtiia fir
lor in- .-into nnd couuirj. . i.-.n-tn.. u0. seodv euro
liv tlin iai nf llieno Hills. Sold uv
Keep iresu uio ponsimuio "" w. II. 1-rnmo uruKKist.
liuttir nnd milk In a refrigerator from
w.it.nm rorhn & Co. Subscribo for Uio Ardmorelto.
Tho Aid Society ot the Central Dap
tlst church meets every Tuesday at 3
o'clock with one of Its mombors.
MRS. BRUCE. Pres.
WANTED Old rags. Must be clean
Apply at this office.
FOR SALE Ono 20-horsepower side-
crank Houston Stnnwood & Gam
ble engine. Positively good as
now. Also ono largo double-door
Cary safe. Easy payments or
cheap for cash. Apply or write M.
Zuckerman. at Cold Storage. 3-lm
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Poland
Chli.a hogs. B. H. Colbert Tisho
mingo I. T. 25-lm
FOU RENT New three-room house
Apply Noble Bros. 27tf
The World's Fair Way!
Fast Through Trains carrying
Magnificent New Equipment on
To the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at Saint Louis
Kor cmileii of our hnnrtnomelj- lUimtrnted World'! Fnlr Polder containing an In-dexi-d
map of the Expoltlan tlroumlB and tlin C'lty of Ht Louis and for full In-
formation rcKardlni; acbudulea to the World's (Ireatent Fair.
Ask nny Cotton Belt Mnn or Address
A. S. WAGNER I) fl. iMOROAN J. F.LEHANE
T. P. A. Waco T. P A Ft. Worth. O. F. & P. A. Tyler
LOST A iie.t?o'k crlptl! in ;no
foot. No.lfy I. iloger 1
LOST Small gold medal shape or
Maltose cross and Inscribed "Best
Essay. Soph. Eng. Class O. A M C.
1900." Return to W. A. Worley nt
Prints All the NEWS All the Time:
Tho Bcnovoient Society meoti overy
Thursday from 3 to 5 with on of the
LOST An Elk's gold pin. Finder re-
turn to this olllce and receive re
Bin o "1M
110 a nuiiuci riDDz.01
But It does It in five minutes. Good-bye to all old-tlmo freezers.
Tho Wonder Is knocking them cut Prices low as cheap grades.
Hall & Hi II is .v.. ko ....
We rent or sell on easy payments.
Stylish Straw Hats
W. H. B7ii3 Company
Because it n the best and made at home by
Whaley Mill and Elevator Company.
VSUC X 1 ivc
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