The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 185, Ed. 1, Sunday, June 12, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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Uc Poiln arDmorcttc- j 8AUAmcGH WVE8'
: - 7TZ'' A Chicago club woman wants the
BS:-" Pl K-ration of Wo.cn cl
Offlco of publication North Wash- to demand of tho legislature a law
Ington street. J requiring husbands to pay their wlvei
u regular salary.
SIDNEY SUGGS Proprietor.
Entered at tho Postoflice at Ardinore
as Second-class a.an .-uniier.
November 2 1893.
cnhir rlntlon Rates:
One month 60
rnn venr. uu
' (Payable in Advance).
n nFFICIAL NEWSPAPERof tho
United State Court for tho Southern
District Indian Territory. Also for
the Chickasaw Stock Association of
the Indian Territory nnd the out dal
organ of tho city.
Any erroneous relief Mon upon the
rhnr.irter or reputation of any porson
which may bo printed In tho Ardmoro-
Ite or any article ubscu on rujwiw
thnt are false will glaaly Ikj corrected
If brought to the aUtctlou of the
Gulf Colorado 4. Santa Fe Railway.
( Sou '.h bound.)
Galveston & Chicago Kx 3:40 a. ra.
Cleburne & K C. Ex 4:40 p. m.
fialvton & Chicago Ex.. 12: 35 a. m.
Cleburne & K. C. Hx 11:50 p. m.
Choctaw Oklahoma 4 Gulf Railway.
Arrive nt Ardmore 1:20 p. m.
lave Ardmoro... 3:20 p. m.
Local freight carrying pawsongors
Arkansas & Choctaw Railway.
Leave Ardmoro dolly 8:30 a. m.
Arr. Ardmore dally... ..12:10 p. m.
Leave Ardmoro dally 2:35 p. ra.
Arr. Ardmoro dally 5:25 p. m.
Mixed train Lv. Ardmore. .0:00 a. ra.
Mixed train Arr Ardracro. .0:00 p. ra.
All United States n ails close 30
minutes prior to train time.
Hereafter Uio malls will bo closed
at 9 p. in. Instead of 'i p. m. as form-
erly. I). ItEDPBLD. P- M.
Uho tho Ixng DIfitonco Telephono
and call up 'Phono Ni. 5 If you want
Ardmore. Sunday. June '.2 190-1.
It Is said that (Sen. Kuropatkln
carrleH his coflln around with him.
nnd it must bo confessed thnt he is
more apt to sp'-nd his Christmas in
his cottln thnn he Is In Toklo.
Tho best solution of tho difficulty
In Colorado would be to fence In the
mining district nrm all factions with
Winchester rifles and not take down
the fence until nil of the cut throats
havo killed one another .
Among tHe Alps Uiere are several
pouUilttCPH nt ft height of 0.000 feet
or 7.000! fct . A letter box on Uio
very summit of the Laugaud .from
which Uio postman makes fur col-
lections dally 1s nearly 10.000 feet
above the sea level.
An English watchmaker has just
finished making a tiny watch in the
form of a bhlrt stud. Its dial Is
one-eighth of an inch iu diameter and
it is to be worn with two other studs
lly turning the upper stud the watch
lr wound while by turning the lower
one the .watch Is adjusted.
One of the results of tlie recent
Anglo-Trench agreement Is a renewal
of the scheme for tunneling the chan-
nel between Franco and England .The
London and Paris chambors tif com-
merce are lending In the rantter. It
lr nearly fifty years slnco tno tun-
md project wan first put upon a
practical basis by experiment but
since. Uien the original estimate of
jwst has been reduced from frn00-
000 to $20000000.
King Potor of Sorvia Is to be
crowned during the summer and the
crown he will wear will bo manu-
factured from a bronze cannou used
1 his father In one of his llrst bat-
tles. Its intrinsic value will be about
$50. In order to get away from the
old adage "uneasy lies the head that
wean a crown" Peter will take It
off before ho go'es to bed. neldes be
ing economical the bronze crown will
be serviceable nB n woapon to tnrow
at nssnwilns who sneak Into tnc royal
1 hambor at midnight.
Tho decision of the suprorao court
against the existence of an absolutu
right to trial by Jury In our over-sou
dependencies Is not u new n 111 in 11
Hon of the doctrine that tho Const!
hit Ion docs not follow the ling ex
proprlo vlgore. Tho same ruling whh
made threo year ago In the Phil
Ipplno cases whore tho tariff only
was in contention. In that enso ns
the decision was niado by a majority
of only one. some douiil was felt as
to tho finality of the principle laid
down. Hut as tho court has said It
again It may now bo given out con
tluslvely thnt tho Constitution fol
lows tho Hag only when It Is to tho
Interest of tho party to hnvo It do so
You will fl ml glass mat boards
brass corners protty mould'ngs nnd
everything needed to frnme vour pic
tures tastefully at Hrown and llrldg-
inan's next do.r to Post office 12
Nine-tenths of the wives of tfcr
country are home women declares
the author of this proposition nnd
hnvo no property rightB whatever.
The woman who has property
If tho husband wantu'to buy a pair
home woman Is nt the acrcV of her
husband's generosity. The husband
can dictate Just how much she shall
If the husbands wants to buy a pair
of expensive trousers ho can do so
without consulting his wife but If the
wife "wears tho trousers the hus-
band reserves the right to rogulato
Manifestly this is unfair. It takct
t.ie spirit of Independence out of n
She may Indeed get along very
well In the home where ner interests
and those of the selfish brute she
lives with are in common aim where
he must be decently liberal to be
Uut without money of her own to
spend as she pleases and above all
without absolute Independence of her
husband's domination she never can
be a man among men In the women's
She never can go gnddlng about
conventions demanding tnc emanci
pation of wortfon who do not want to
be emancipated from that sweet de-
pendence In love which Is the sac-
redest part of n woman's nature.
Sho cannot cut her hair and split
her skirt s and stand before the
world as an example that woman Is
equal to man In nil things not while
she must go to her husband for per
mission to buy a pair of half-shoes
or a red cravat.
"Formerly" urges tho auThor of
this proposition "husbands were held
by beauty and sweet disposition.
While those attributes were com
mendable the husband of tofiay
wants something more he wants his
wife to know who Is mayor."
It would bo Interesting to havo nn
estimate of tho regnlnr salary sup-
posed to be required by a woman to
enable her to know who Is mayor.
It would be even more Interesting
to know why tho beauty nnd sweet
llsposltlon that once held husbands
seem now to be deemed Insufficient.
Possibly' the women who demand
laws for the subjugation of their hus
bands neglect to cultivate tno sweet
disposition. Certainly they haven't
any sweetness of disposition that can
be noticed at this distance.
As to beauty well "pretty Is as
pretty docs." There Is no beauty that
can gllil over complaining discontent.
When women abandon love and
their own natural graces as their In
strument of power over their hus-
bands nnd resort to laws .they must
see to It that the laws are good and
strong. Kansas City WoTld.
As Perdlearls had a castle and
"money to throw at the birds" we
have warships at Tangier to intimi
date those who abducted him. Hut
our Ellen Stone had nothing but a
few clothes and a reticule henco
money to get her out had to bo raised
by collection in the churches.
There will be the usuaUmass this
morning nt 9:30 o'clock at the Cath-
olic church. Everybody welcomeJ.
There will be services In St. Phil-
ips church today at 11 a m. and 8
p Jin. Sunday school 9:45 a. m.'
I FRED A. JUNV Hector.
r. First Presbyterian Church.
Rogular services today nt 11 a. m.
Session nt close of tho morning ser-
vice. Services this evening at 8:15
Sunday school at 9:45. Christian En-
deavor at 5 p. m.
C. C. WEITH Pastor.
Go to the prettiest place In Uio
Territory. It's Kahn's. 9-3
Will Appeal the Case.
Judge Dlckorfcn hetd a session of
the district court Friday night at
which time a hearing was had on the
case of Wolverton. & Son vs Stanloy
Ilrtiro. Tho defendant's attorneys
demurred to the complnlnt. which de
murrer wns sustained by the court.
riie plaintiff gnvo notlco thnt they
would take the ense to the cttirt of
Queen of the Road
The Moon Hros. buggy Is tho stan
dard of good buggies nnd l.ns boon
aptly termed the"Queen of the Kind."
Wo nro preparod to offor them at
very roasonablo prices and on good
terms. 5 J. C. PP.EDDY.
Frank Hnrrls of Ilanuolph In n
tempting to board n Frisco stock
trnln near Madlll last Thursday sus'
tallied Injuries which necessitated
tho imputation of govornl toes.
Ico for sale ovory day at City Fish
Hardlo's "Eldo" tho honio-mado cl
Mrs. J. F. Young wns reportod very
sick last ovenlng.
Fresh candles Juslrocolvod nt Ju
lius Knhn's. 3.3
Sou Farthing Hros. big lino of mis
At their parties the men drink to 1
nnuli and Uk women eat tno .muh
First Baptist Church.
Wo would be glad to see you nt the
First Haptlit church this morning.
Preaching morning and evening by
tho pator. Sunday school nt 10 a.
m. U. Y. P. U. at 2:30 p. m. All
nro made welcome. J. L. KELLER.
Central Baptist Church.
Preaching morning and evening by
tho paster. Morning theme "The
New Commnndraont of Love to One
Another. Evening theme "Watch
ing Jesus on tho Cross. Sunday
school this morning al 9:46. All made
Services "ar the Christian cnurch at
11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Morning sub
ject "Puro Religion. " In the evening
n sermon will be preached to young
men. A cordial Invitation Is extended
to all to be present at these services
J. CLARENCE READ Pastor.
MADILL BUYS HEAVILY FINED.
Will Have Tendency to Cause Them
to Let Negroes Alone.
Special to the Ardmorelte.
Tishomingo I. T. June 11. The
examining trial of the Madlll boys.
who were arrested In connection
with the recent trouble between the
whites nnd blacks In which tho ne-
groes were driven from Madlll ter-
minated before Judge Gullett today
and they were fined $75 and costs.
Judge Gullett Is tonight trying the
Joint men who were recently ar
rested when the officers raided the
Joints of the town.
There Is no other perfumery' quite
so gooJ as Eastman's. Get it at the
12-3t Host Office Drug Store.
Will Be Monster Strike.
New York June 11. Lawrence
Curran the leader of Uie striking
freight handlers after a conference
with prominent labor men issued a
statement that Se will call out the
freight handlers from New York to
San Francisco unless the strike here
If settled within tne next three days.
Curran estimated that more than
50000 men would be affected if the
new strike order was made.
Some handsome things In ladles'
purses and wrist bags nt the
12-3t Post Offlco Drug Store.
Try nn Eldo cigar. Better than
ever before. 161m.
A dispute between two old gentle
mon over $2. nt the Union depot yes-
terday evening causod much morrl-
roent among the passengers thsy
continued In the perusal of the
question nftor being told by nn offi-
cer to quit until one nrrest was
The finest flavored tcllot soaps nt
12-3t Post Office Drug Store.
Tho trustees of tho Indlnnoln Syn
odlcal college will rocolvo utdH until
noon Wednesday Juno 15 1904 for
the erection and completion of a 11
room two-story brick dormitory to
bo built upon tho college campus In
tho town of Wynnewood lud. Ter
Each bid must bo accompanied by a
certified chock for $100. Uond re
quired. Rosorvo the right to reject
any nnd nil bids. For further par-
tlculnrs call on R. C. Prim or Rev.
J. N. Martin Wynnewood I. T. S-G
WANTED Two ladles to represent a
whcletnle bouse. Call at 213 First
Ave. S .E. 12
Office over Mrtt Hitlonil Eaat Ardmohe Ind. Tkk. $
WANTED Energetic -workers every-
where to distribute circulars sam-
ples and advertising matter. Good
pay. No canvassing. Co-Operatlvo Ad-
vertlslng Co. New YcTk.
WANTED General agents for this
and other states to sell goods nnd
appoint sub-agents; liberal salary or
commissions paid. Address Can-Dex
Mfg. Co. St. Louis Mo .
WANTED One allotment to file on.
Call at C. J. McCoy's drug store
nt once 10d2twlt.
WANTED Ladles for permanent em-
ployment; $2 per day; experience
unnecessary; homo-town work. Al-
so traveling wcrkers; salary and
expenses. Firm worth $250 000. Olvo
your addross and I'll call. 'Hurry."
Address postoflleo box 512 rdmorc
I. T. 8-5
WANTED To buy a 4 or 5 room cot-
tage. Mall description nnd lowest
cash price to box 311 city. 7tf
WANTED Subscription representa-
tives by one of tho largest and most-
popular magazines In America to
whom can be turned over each
month explrlns subscriptions for re-
newal; also to secure new subscrip-
tions on a special plan which in-
sures the bulk of tho magazine sub-
scription business In this locality.
Where one magazine was subscrib-
ed for ten years ago threo are ta-
ken today. Every year hundreds
of dollars are paid out In every com-
munity for new subscriptions and
In renewing old one3. Most of Uils
money Is sent direct to publishers'
but people prefer to do business
through a responsible local repre-
sentative thus relieving themselves
of lime and trouble. Our repre-
sentatives renew upwards of 50 per
cent of subscriptions on the expi-
ration lists furnished. Write today
for authority and terms Vddress
Publisher box 59 station O Now
York City. 7-6
MEN Our catalogue explains how
we teach barber trado quickly mall-
ed.frec. MoTer Barber Colloge St.
Louis Mo. 6-lm
WANTED Old rags. Must be clean
Apply nt this office.
FOR SALE All my household goods
chenp for cash. Residence 813 C
street northwest. Mrs. Kallsh next
door will show you through house.
Goods must be sold. Rare bargains
" In. handsome new furniture offered.
Will be at my home at 5 o'clock
each evening. Dr. W. S. Uechtol.
FOR SALE A stock of general mer-
chandise Invoicing about eight
thousand dollars will be sold by me
under an order of the bankruptcy
court at Wynnowood Indian Ter-
ritory on June fourteenth to the
highest bidder for cash. For further
Information address A. F Pyeatt
Pauls Valley Ind. Tor. 0-7
FOR SALE One 20-horsepower side-
crank Houston Stanwood & Gam-
bio engine. Positively good as
new. Also one largo double-door
Lary sale. Easy payments or
choap for each. Apply or write M.
Zuckerman at Cold Storage. 3-lm
FOR RENT New three-rocw house.
Apply Noble Bros. 27tf
LOST Nurseryman's order book.
Address Jns. M. Musgraves Ard-
more. Reward. 12-2
Bulard's Barbsr Shop.
Gcorgo Uulard has installed In his
bailer shop hot and cold baths and
si wer bntli3 nnd Invites the public
tn call nt his place. Expert workmen.
Si.f action guaranteed. 2134 West
Main St. 17-lm
Wo do nil kinds of saddle nnd hnr-
noss repairing. 5 J. C. PUEDDY.
Stylish Straw Hats
W. !L Byrd & Company
0 OLD RELIABLE 5
Jones Machine-Repair Wis
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
Hepniri Buy Sell nnd Exchange Machinery of all kind
If yon have ft break-down I will be ready day or night to
assist you and demrmstrnte that quick and cood
work can be secured at reasonable prices.
TELEPHONE 85. ARDMORE I. T.
0000000 0 0 00000$ 000000 00000
N. B. GRAY & SON
First door west of Morgan Hotel WeEt Main St
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.
i-iace your oruer witn us tnis month and prove it.
PHONE 380 IF YOU CAN'T COME
Tho Marietta Monitor has the fol
lowing mention of Ardmore people:
J. C. Grahnm of Ardmore attended
Commissioner's court at this plnce
this week Mrs. Wood of Ard-
moro Is spending this week with her
husbnnd nt this plnce. H. S.
Hayden wife and bnby ot Ardmore
havo been here this week. Mr. Hay
den Is assisting W. W. Harton In get-
ting the Planters Compress Co's.
gin at this place In readiness for the
coming cotton season. Judge
West of Ardmore came down Tues-
day evening to be present at ihe
meeting of tho Democratic Club at
this place that night. prof.
M. E. Moore nnd family moved down
from Ardmore a few days ngo nnu-
are domiciled In the house formerly
occupied by W. L. Wilson and fam-
ily. Judge nobnett has been
here from Ardmore this week holding
court. No cases of any Importance
were tried. Several boys were tried
for minor offenses.
postofllce with Jchn Hlnkle as post-
master. The special service at Wesley from
Limestone Gap has been discontinued
from June 13. "
A star route service has been es-
tablished from Wesley to Limestone
Gap seven miles and back three
times a week from June 14 1904 to
Juno 30 190C. John M. Moore of
Wesley has been appointed mnil
route agent at an annual compensa-
tion of $130.
Tho following changes In the pos-
tal service for the Indian Territory
havo been made known by the de-
partment: t !
W. S. Dunlap has been commission-
ed postmaster at Daldblll.
Sleeper has become a fourth class
Subscribe for tho Ardmorelte.
Two pieces of desirable city resi-
dence property for farm property ot
Intermarried citizens or freedman's
or surplus allotments.
Will buy a good two-room house on
We have houses to rent. See us
about real cstato dcnls.
Redfield Realty Co.
Up-Stalra In Post Office Bldg
ARDHORE I. T
1 Not a
We don't wnnt to tnlk to you in a
sensational manner. We make no ef-
fort to create a stampede toward our
store to buy buggies and harness but
hero's the point: Wo take a pride In
the business. Our buggies are made
and made by the most responslblo
people Thnt's why we hndle them.
Every snddle and set of harness turn-
ed cut here Is Just right nnil we wnnt
every man -who Is thinking of buy-
ing anything In our line to come In
and see the goods wo offer.
We believe thnt you will seo nt
once that It Is to your advantage to
trnde with us.
By this method not by sensational-
ism do we hope to build up tho
trnde we want.
We hnndlo the Moon Bros buggy
which Its friends have called the
Queen of the Itoad.
J. C. PREDDY
AR "UDDer West Main St.
ARDMORE I. T.
Because it n the best and made at home by
Whaley Mill. and Elevator Company.
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