The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 184, Ed. 1, Friday, June 10, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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I'lthllidii'd every afternoon (oxcept
Satiinlny mid Sunday uioruliiR.
OHWu of inildlciitlo' North Wnsli-
sTdNGY SUGQ9 Proprietor.
Knterod hi the I'ontolliro nt Ardmoro
nt SecniiiloliiM .V.nll Muttur.
Nnvnmbur 2 1803.
Ono month "
Olio yonr 't 00
tl'ylilo In Advnnro).
The OFFICIAL NUVSPAP2HorthO
United 8tKlg Court lor the Montliorn
Dlttrtct IntllHii Terrliitry. Ainu Mr
(ho ('hlrkairow Stock AMoolntlon of
Jhe Indian Territory utid Ui olllrlnl
orjnn of the city.
Any ornnooiia rollwMon upn 'ie
ohRrailer ir n'pulHtlon of nny potion
wlilch mity b printed In tlio Ardmoro-
Ito or Hiiy nrtlrla bused on ruporta
Hint are fnlae will Blnuly ta cflrrwtod
If bronalit to th tilmutlon of tlio
" TIME TABLE.
Gulf Colorado A S.mt.i Fe Railway.
Onlvoatnn & Cliliugo HX....3: 10 n. nt.
Clatmrno K C. l!x 1: 10 I1- '
t Northbound. )
nnlvMtnn & CIiIchko K.. 12:35 n. nt.
Clubiirm & K. C. Kx 11: BO p. nt.
Choctaw Oklahoma S Gulf Railway.
Arrlvo nt Ardmoro 1:20 p. m.
Iaiuvo Anlmoro 3:20 p. in.
1Kiil frt-lght cnrryniB piiMWiigora
Arkansas . Choctaw Railway.
U'avo Ardmoro dull S:30 u. in.
Arr. Ardmoro dnlly.. ..12:10 p. m.
I'iivo Ardmoro dully 2:35 p. m.
Arr. Ardmoro dnlly 5:25 p. in.
Mixed trnln Lv. Ardnioio. .fi:00 n. m.
Mlxod trnln Arr Ardmoro. .0:00 p. in.
All United Stntes ji nlls close 30
mlnuteM prior to trnln time.
Heronflor tlio mulls will bo closed
nt 'J p. m. liiKtead of S p. m. n form-
erly. i). Ki:nni:i.i. p. m.
Uso the l.oim DlHtnnco Telephone
nnd cull up Phono N r If jou want
JLuUii LU 1 Uli
Ardmore Friday June 10 190-1.
HntemolnRl! Cook U coniiiiK from
Ountemaln with his nuts. 1ml If the
boll weevils nre Miirod they show no
Indlcntlon of It.
The inlkmlo hns nnnotitu'i'ii u niiin
bur of mltllnry nnd nnvnl promotions
nud the astounding deelnrntlou l
nmde that these promotions aro all
In recognition of xervlce . Then It
must be a mistake I tint Japan Is lin-
ItHtliiK the customs of the United
Wlmtuvor wrong have lieen coin-
lilltted by the union miners In Colo
rado the wholesale o lit Ion of every
union miner In u st:B seems too ar-
bitrary ji measure In a free country.
It aavorf Iih) much of tht same spirit
iit disregard for law that has been
condemned In the miners.
Mr. Hoosevelt has named the Ue-
1 uldleaa nornlm1 tor the presidency.
' vice presldentlar nominee and
i ' ued the platform naming thena
I jnal chairman of the party thus d.
ttti away with the necessity for a
convention. U Is naturally to be ex
jwted now thai he will take up a list
of voters whose suffrage he desires
have them counted for himself and
go on four years mere of his hlg
handed presidential brigandage Den
Statements ot receipts show that
the rallroatla are running balilnd lust
yjlnr'a eariitjiK by 1 15000.000. The
ms ts entirely duo to freight uip-
nientn the imsoehger trnttU- havtnt:
Increased eonstantly Improvement
conditions Is not looked for mull
vn It 1s expected that the Col
' mill bo oxer as well aj
- '-el master and pilots
v lakes an. I the freight
n i lie Kast There strike
."i! stopped the output of
vianle. but they have tied
sis and scared shipper In
i old in their conklxnment.
J. 11 Johnston the candidate
national party for t:i last
irship of the Chickasaw nation
. caller at the New otMce yes-
and upon being Interrogated
i o hts chance of election. Indi-
cated that he waa very sanguiue ot
le mnlt. He said that he expected
hire tains ia Tishomingo Panola
a)g Pontotoc counties over the vote
:for the nattcnal ticket In the last
flection. He told iw of many leadwx
Won In Ihese count B0 ver ni
lite tide this time that opposed hit
party before which Indicate that If
oolJs the old ttrength of the party
Miss Annie Dennett r Ardmore U
here visiting Mrs Moe Chlgley.
Miss (Irare Palmer of Ardmore le
the guest of her grandmother .Mrs
Sehlff till week.
T. V. Kraiue and Mote Chlgley
have gono to Sulphur today.
Miss 11 ii by .MoColliim (he teleplione
operntcr It on the lick Hit tl
The Infant child of .Mr. nnd .Mrs
Walter Wicker died pestorrtny ail
will be burled thlt nrternoou.
I)r and Mrs. Shad's little lmliydlf;
yesterday nfternoon. Interment will
take place this morning at the fami-
ly burial place In lve"s "Valley.
Miss Maggie HiiiiiIhiw who hns
been hero visiting her aunt Mr. J.
A. White leturned yettordny to her
home nt Mill Creek.
Mis Knunle Hull the telephone op
erator is up aBnln after n brief illness.
OF STORM IN KIAMICHI VALLEY.
SIX LIVES LOST.
All Communication Cut Off Tallhlnn
Had No Rail or Wire Connection
With Outside World for Five
A Convention Failure.
The convention of. the Johnson par
ty for Pontotoc county advertised
to take place nt Sheep Creek Monday
May 30 was a flat failure no one
ntteudliiK except Duk Johnson Palm
er Mosely and six of their henchmen.
Prom this It cnu rendlly bo seen that
there nre only six Johnson men In
Pontotoc county nnd snows Unit the
1 ml In ii titlseiiH In this county are dis-
gusted with riiiKlsm and scheme m1-
Itlcs promulgate" liy Johnson nnd
that on election dny Mcl.lsh will
sweep everything before him like n
.Similar rcMrt come from nil over
lb" Chli'knsaw nation which shows
Unit Dick Mcl.lsh will be elected gov-
( rnor with u whoop. It' all over
lint the shoutln'. Wnpauiickn Pres.
The oldest bell in the Unlteu States
i .in exhibition In the New Mexico
t u.l ling i f the World's Tnlr. The
in 11 was brought from Spain on one
of die llrst expeditious to .Mexico by
Pnther Juan de Padllla one of tT.i
Franciscan fathers who accompanied
Coronado to Now Mexico. It wns
hiiiiK In one of the mission churches
cstuhllshcd In one of (he seven titles
of CUiolln. Troni there It was taken
U. (Iran tjulvera where It was hunt;
In n cfuirch of which the rulim nre
still visible. From Ornu ()ivern It
wns taken to AlKodoues whete It has
hung in the parish church ever since.
Father Padllla was killed by his
guides while on the wny from Ornu
Qulvera to Algodones. The bell
weighs exactly 19S ixiuinU. It was
baptized Marlit Josefn. It was cast
Ir the year A. U. 1355. according to
the Inscription which Is cast In the
bell. The "T" In the wird "Josefn"
Is Inverted and the letters "S" and
"K" are trnnsposed the mistake evi-
dently having been made In the mold.
Talihinn I .T. June t. A cloud-
burst over the Klamlchl valley June
I mill fnnnt wete dnmngeil. All fen
cut wore witthed uway Not more
tlinn n ipmrler crop lint been an veil.
Thure has beon no coinmitnlcntlon
with tile outside world for the Inst
live day. .Mile of rnllrond nre oft
the dump nnd bridge nre gone n-rtii
and south. There will be no trains
for four or flvo dny yot.
Tony Jones lost five children
drowned. He nved himself wife and
one child by climbing trooti over night
There hns been nothing like such
wntor in fifty yonrs.
Deputy .Mnrahnl Hon 1-ock narrow-
ly escnped duntn In rescuing n fam-
ily of ten putting thorn in trcoii.
where they stayed for live hours.
Hundreds of live stock were drown-
ed. No mntcrlnl damage wns do:ir t-
the town of Tnllhlnn.
One child wns drowned nt Bengal.
Knox Succeeds Quay
Philadelphia . June P. Announce-
ment waa mndo by the Republican
lenders this nfrornoon Hint Attorney
Cenornl P C. Knox had boon ngreed
upon as the successor to United
Stntes Sonntor M. S .Quay.
To Put Out Cattle.
Muskogee .1. T.. June 9. Cnpt.Johu
West cuptnln cf the Indian police
bus been ordered with his sqund to
the Cherokee nation to put out all
cattle In the Cherokee nntion whose
owners have not imld the ?1 per head
cuttle tax on unlnclosed land and
15e per head on Inclcsed Innil.
Ills .first proceeding will ho ngnlnat
cattle nenr Clnremore belonging to
John I.owry. This mid menus busi-
ness nnd nil cattle must go.
It has been suggested that Attor-
ney Cruce be applied to for a c py
of his speeih to the Jury In the con-
demnation suit tried at Ardmore last
week to be used for advertising
purpose by Tishomingo. It ts said to
dwarf Into Insignificance all the
Wells literature that ever was pi Int-
el auent the city on the Pennington
and would be worth more than the
cost of the proceedings for purpeses
of publicity. Chickasaw Capitol.
In Oklahoma two Republican pa
per have clmiteed their politic to
the neumorHtlc tanks.
Reminded of tli Law.
All of the employes of the Dawes
commission received letter last Mon-
day from Chairman Blxby calling at-
tention to the provision ot the Indian
bill to t.te effect thai no one connect-
ed with the distribution vf the appr
piiatton will te permitted to hold
stock In lan.! companies. This pro-
vision booome. effect Ixe July 1. and
Air i.iuy r.. at-kiM tor an espies-
sion trom c.uh em; .ee a to what
he Intend to do Kspodal mv Is
laid upon the fact tha: town lots are
not to be Invested in uy any of those
connected with Indian affairs.
Twelve riundred Mile Race.
Albuquerque. N. M.. June F. II.
1-elaud a veteran cavalryman and
William Clossrn a well known cow-
boy of thU section are organising a
twefte hundred mile relay. rsc for
cowboyt. open to riders In New Mex-
ico and ArUoaa wtU the Parting
po(ut in Albwuiwrque. nnd tha finish
at- gates of the World's Fair In St
Louis. It has been decided to have
relay at short dlitance so as to oh-
'W douMl do he will be rlate any charge of cruelty to an!-
lactad hy a good round Majority. malt. The pur will be si. 500.
Th laat great IwiUa dajkte at Ard-
Mtolt paati to tt all sites at Par- mora Saturday night at the ball parts
thing Brej 9.3 s-$
lliock. 1. T. Juno 3. It contlniu's
ti. rain here nenrly every day. Far-
mers had their crops In good condi-
tit 11 when "e rains begun therefore
we hear hut little complaint about
grassy crops but cutting wilt be the
order of the day as soon as it clears
.Miss M'aud Ulgbee who hns been
lt school at Austin. Texas hns return-
ed home to spend the summer.
Our town seems to be cn a boom
merchants all Increasing their stocks
and trade is good. Some of our good
citizens are talking or moving to
Mexico next fall.
.Miss Bertha Dallen It vlsl'mg Dr.
MeOrnalds family this week.
The Brock school ia progressing
We have preaching anc Sunday
school erery Sunday and everybody
Is invited to attend. 1
Sec Farthing Ilros. big line of mis-
Levi 2 Lelter Dead.
Bar Harbor. Me. June 9. Ivl SC.
I.elter of Chicago died of heart failure
today at the Vnnderbllt cottage here
which the belters had taken for the
Mr. Leiter had not been well for
a leng time but up to yesterday he
was able to take hit usual drive. A
weakness .of the heart leveloped
i'.iorily after midnight and death oc-
iune.1 at 3:40 a. m. Mrt. Loiter and-
to daughter were by tne bedside
31 the last.
Mr l.eitetwas years of age. He
was the father of Lady Curzon of
Ken!!estone wife of the governor o
India vi Miss Daisy Lelt.'r. whot
beauty has been the subject of note
it. English court circlet ana of Jc
ceph W. Letter speculetor and in
Washington I). (' . June 0- The na-
vy depnrtment received n cnhlcisrntii
today Tfr m Admiral Slgshee. dnted
Monte Chtlstl. Inst night which Hiiy.s:
"Custom home here will begin
ItfltisncHon of business June 'J. Al!
pints of Santo Domingo now open to
commerce. Revolution now ended. "
I BEKttSHlKL OUKMAN
I INSURANCE AGENTS
Try nn 15ldo cigar. RMter than
ever before. 151m.
over Urst Nathnal tank Akdmokk Ind. Ti;r.
WANTIJ1) One allotment to file on.
Call at C. J. McCoy's drug store
at once 10.d2t.wlt.
WANTHD Ladles for permRiient em-
ployment; J2 per day; exporlenco
unnecestnry; home-town work. Al-
so traveling wcrkort; salary and
expenses. Firm worth $250 000. (live
your addreRg nnd I'll call. 'I lurry."
Address postolllco box C12 rdinaru
I. T. S-0
WANTUD To buy n I or 5 room cot-
tnge. Mall description nnd lowest
cash prlco to box 311 city. 7tf
WANTHD Subscription representa-
tives by one of the lnrgest nnd most
popular magazines in America to
whom can be turned over each
month expiring BubsciiptlonB for ro-
newnl; also to secure new subscrip-
tions on n spcclnl plan which in-
sures the bulk of the magazine sub-
scription business In thin locnllty.
Whero one magnzlno was subscrib-
ed for ton yonrs ngo three nre ta-
ken today. Every year hundreds
of dollars aro paid out In every com-
munity for new subscriptions and
In renewing old ones. Most of this
money Is sent direct to publishers
but people prefer to do business
through .1 resiKinslble local repre-
sentative thus relieving themselves
of lime and trouble. Our repre-
sentatives renew upwards of 50 per
cent ot subscriptions on the c.xpl-
tatlnn lists furnished. Write today
for authority nnd terms. Vddres.
Publisher box 50 static 11 O. New
York City. 7-C
MEN Our catalogue explains how
we tench barber trado quickly mail-
ed free. MoTer Harbor College St.
l-oiils Mo. 5-lm
WANTED Position by 'honest and
Industrious hoy. Groceries prefer-
red. Give me n trial." 'Phone 320.
WANTED Old rags. Must be clean
Apply nt this olllco.
FOR SALE All my housthol l goods
cheap for cash. Residence S13 C
street northwest. Mr. Kallshnext
door will show you through house
Goods must be told. Hare bargain-'
in handsome new furniture offered.
Will be at my home at 5 o'clock
each evening. Dr. W. S. Ueihul
FOR SALE. A tock of gemral me;
chandlte Invoicing about eight
thousand dollars wilt be so: 1 i me
under an order of the bankruptcy
court at Wynaewood. Indian Ter
ritory on June fourteenth to t!:.
highest bidder for cash. For further
information address A. F Pyentt.
Pauls Valley. Ind. Ter. c-7
SALE A -good tingle buggy an '
harness a big bargain. O Dates
FOR SALR One 20-hcrsepower slle-
crank Houston Stanwood Si Gam-
ble engine. Positively goc I as
uew. Also one large douhle-Joji
Lary safe. Easy twyments or
ch?ap for each. Apply or write M.
Zuckermnu at Cold Storage. 3 lm
roR RENT New thrce-rotm house.
Apply Noble Brot. 27tf
LOST In Ar.Imore Mcnday evening
a laiyt gold watch. A ll'it-raj n-
war.1 will be paid for return 1 arr. 1
to Ardmoreite. 13
LOST An Elk's gold pin. Flnler re-
turn to this onlce and receive re-
Stylish Straw fiats
W. H. BykD Company
Mnnnsvllle 1. T. June 10. Wo are
having lots of rain In this section and
croim are very good. The ground is
so tof tnow that it can not be work
Cortoz Frontley nnd L A. Hondor-
son of Ardmore nre here on busi-
ness. Quito n number of Indians nre go-
ing through to Tishomingo To got
Mr. Splnd mnde n biilnets trip to
Mrs. G. W. Ilelk who hns been here
visiting her urother for somo time
hns returned home to Olnoy.
Mr. Wiseman of Marlcttn wns here
Mrs. O. Wood who hns been quite
slckt Is much bettor at present.
A. C. Mnrtln lias n child quite slcS
Mrs .E L. Jones Is on trio sick list
W. Ii. Scrlmshlro nnd wife hnvo
gone to Tishomingo for a few weeks'
A. L. Sims Is hore from the Choc-
tnw nntion .
The boys are arranging the ball
ground for the game they nre to have
here at the picnic on the 21th.
Quite n number of Enrl people nro
hore today talking about their grass.
Messrs .West and Gregory of Mailill
were hero this week.
Jim Lynn nnd Ills brother are hi.ro
from Mndlll visiting relative".
Somo of our people have contract-
ed tho Mexico fever and may remove
to that country.
Conlgnto I. T. Juno 9. The town-
site commission is now here apprais-
ing Coaigato and people will v (n
know what they have to pay fn- tv
After some four or five month-
ter contest with some eight 01 n 0
applicants for tho postoQee .m-. 1
by the resignation of W. S M- r
F. L Mclnnis received the app' m'-
nont. and soon after his nppolniiii. i.t
:t:formntlon wns received by htm i.it
'ho salary was raised from $ir.m 10
$1900 per year.
Mr. Mclnnis was put In charge .if
tho olllco by tho bondsmen of W S
Meller trie retiring postmaster un'i
a new postmaster would be appoint
ed henco to some extent he Is suc-
Rooms for RenL
T W C
Y N L
Jones Machine-Repair Wis
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS'
Reptvr Buy Sell ami Exchnnrie Mat-hiaery of all kiud
If you have n break-do.vn I will be ready day or nifrht to
assist you nnd deuioustrate that quick and cood
work cau be secured at reasonable prices-
TELEPHONE 85. ARDMORE I T.
'tf Ifr v;'
N. B. GRAY & SON
First door west of Morgan Hotel West Main Si.
Represent everything that stands for the best in
and buy and sell everything needed for feed. Free and prompt delivery of
everything sold to your kitchen or barn and our customers all over the city
say our goods prices and method of doing business Is most satisfactory.
Place your order with us this month and prove it.
PHONG 3S0 IF YOU CANT CO.UIi.
V- .S. .... .1. .n. j. jt. -i ... - .
- --- - w t. s.r .- ru J ix -V "T;
f the Road
It's a well tarnea ivt(tation
JO . Buggies
Moon Bros. Buggy Brush
3 That it is tho Queen of the Road. When Half soles
ai you arive ono ior a wntio you would not
43 exchange it for any other make. f
Besides Moon Bros. Bu'-jries. our
- .fre is hea lq nat ters for
Stylish Harness j
And pll other kinds of harness you can
laeution. Will save you monoy on ev. &
ery purchase Terms and jiritvs nro i
the best. Uh
ARDMORE L T. It
J. C. Freddy
West Main St.
Because it n the best and made at home by
Wlialey Will and Elevator Company.
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