The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 203, Ed. 1, Sunday, July 3, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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mjc jtalhj arDmorciic.
Published every nfirrnoon (eiconl
Baturdny and Sunday morning.
Offlcp of publication North Wash
SIDNEY 8UQG8 Proprietor.
KntereU nt tbo I'ostolllco nt Ardinoro
as Second-class .v.dii wauur
November 2 1683.
One week JJj
One year. 0
(I'ayublu In Advnnco).
Tbo OFFICIAL NEWSPAPERof tho
Onltod State Court lor tbo Southern
District Indian Territory. Also for
tho Chickasaw Stock Association of
tho Indian Territory und tho official
orftan of thclty.
Any orroneotm reilerMon upon Uio
character or reputation of any porson
which tnay bo printed In tho Ardmore-
lte or any nrtWle based on rejHris
that nro fnlso will kIhuJ.v be corrected
If brotiKht to the aUtntlon of the
Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe Railway.
Galveston & Chicago K 3: 10 n. m.
Cloburne & K. C. Kx 4 MO p. m.
(Inhesion & Chicago Kx..l2:.ir a. m.
Clobiirno & K. C. Ux 11:50 n. ra.
Choctaw Oklahoma S Gulf Railway.
Arrive nt Ardmore 1:20 p. m.
Lcavo Ardmore. ... ...3:20 p. m.
lxjcnl freight enrryttis pnssougorB
Arkansas & Choctaw Railway.
Lcavo Ardmoro dally.... 8:30 n. m.
Arr. Ardtnoro dally 12:10 p. m.
leavo Ardmoro dally 2:35 p. m.
Arr. Ardmoro dally 5:25 p. in.
Mixed train Lv. Ardmoro. .0:00 n. in.
Mixed train Arr Ardmoro. .0:00 p. n.
All United Slates malls closo
minutes prior to train tlmo.
Hereafter tho malls will bo closed
at 9 p. m. lnstoa.1 of H . in. an form-
erly. U. IUCnriELD 1. M.
Uso tbo 1-onK Dlstonco Telephono
and call up 'Phono Nl 0 If you wont
Ardmore Sunday July 3 190-1.
Just ns Kuropntliln Kots to when
the world expects him to put up a
fight be decides to withdraw and lure
the enemy a little further northward.
Mate Flnnnlgnu of tho General Slo-
cuf according to the coroner's verdict
"acted In a cowardly manner." Judg-
ing from tbo namo of him this Is hnrd
The cutting of Santos Oumont'sgas
bag was evidently dono by some nspl
rant for political honors who In the
darkness mistook It for some rival's
EPWORTH LEAGUE HAS INTER-
A Nice Program It Rendered Offi-
cer Elected for the Eniulng
Year League Will Hold Next
Meeting at Klngton.
Tbo snle of tho only cotton mill
in tbo South owned and operated by
negroes Is not n creditable recommen-
dation to tho ability of the negro to
handle a largo enterprise. This cot-
ton mill was located at Concord N.
C and was sold to satisfy two mortgages.
Dan nminett tho composer of "Dix-
ie" died in Mt. eVrnon O.. the other
day at the rlpo old age of SC. Not-
withstanding the sentiment of bis
song Indicating that his heart wns In
"Dixie land" he died In the north
which section had been hie home for
The talk about whot Murphy wilt
do U becoming a trifle tiresome. Mur-
phy will do nothing but take his med-
icine and support the ticket. If he
doesn't do tlio latter there will be
very llttlo left for" Murphy when the
municipal election comes off in New
York next yoar.
There la a strong undercurrent In
favor of ex-President Clovelnnd for
tho Democratic nomination at St.
lxiuls and tho South need not be Mir-
tyivod If he should capture the hon-
or. True there might bo a bolt of
ftryau's follower but the bolters
would come mainly from Hepubllcan
state whore we should have no
chance to elect a single presidential
elector and the bolt would not Injure
the ticket materially. Dally Demo
The Amorttan liner Wostornland
nrrlved nt Philadelphia from Liver
pool last night with 4 So immigrants
nil of whom except a slight percent
f'S!' sttiiei under wnat is known ns
tin) $10 rate. The crisis In trnns-At
lantlc travel which the wnr between
German and llrltlsh companies ha
inaugurated the enormous- intlux of
an oxtromely dangerous and undoslrn
bio class of Immigrants tho whole-
aalo roto at which thoy nro shipped
back and tho enormous loss which
this ruinous traffic amounts to for
tho stoamshlp companies nil hav
served' to mako the question ono of
the greatest In American and inter
Dr. Waltor Hardy causht light of
ono of our roller swing and ordered
ono sent to hi home at once.
HALL & HILL1S
Easy payment .-t Hers of househol
Some Words About Re-Rating by an
To the Ardmorelte.
Ardmore Is now being rorated by
the Association cf Kiro Underwriters
nnd from the rates glvon out n rrent
u:nny of the property ownei pro not
Since 1 have been In tho Insurance
lusWss hero there has nev: been
any regularity In rates but wnen tho
I'-osent labors are flushed ttc rates
will bo uniform an J the people will
be the better satisfied.
When the city cj iv nnd the wa
terworks proposition up fcr toin'.dora-
lion the Insuranco agonts wore ask-
od what efToct a system would have
upon tbo rates nnd nt that tlmo we
were working under Clarkson's tariff
and we assured It rates would bo re
duced but since then the Insurance
companies have dona away With this
tariff and Instead are now using what
Is known ns the Denn schedule which
In my opinion is a fnr bettor way t
ate property as in this wavwocan
nrrlt at a rate on a cm-liin class of
property In a iclentlik way.
However when this schPd'.iln Is ap
plied to Ardmore uatMi the basis rate
they did we find tin a rate Is re-
duced here and there an 1 Ir. the end
our rates nro not reduced enough to
Stntes and territories are rated ac
cording to their fire record and those
that nro familiar with the situation
know Hint Oklahoma Is entitled to
a lower rnte than Is the Indian Territory.
The rating bureau now located In
Oklahoma City has arrived at n ba-
sis rate for Oklahoma nnd they arc
now endeavoring to fix one for the In
Experts nro now working In Ard
more South McAlestor nnd Muskogee
applying this schedule for the pur
pose of llndlng n basis rate thut will
work .Those that have been In Ard
more came hero with instructions to
work upon a certain basis but they
only went a short way unt'l they
found this wns too high and they re
turned to Oklahoma City for the pur
pose of laying the matter boforo the
bureau and after the matter was gono
over they were sent bnck to w-jik up
on u lower ono and this Is tho one
upon which the rates were given put
Friday but these rates leavo us ubout
whore we were with no reduction fof
our waterworks and I will say that
this Btate of affairs Is not satisfactory.
to tho compnnles themselves ns wo
nro Informed that they aro seeking
to give us nil tho reduction wc merit
nnd when tho now rates nro promul
gated I bellevo they will be satisfac
tory to tho property owners.
Tho rates that wero given out Fri
day aro not effectivo as yet as tno
experts have again rcrurned to Okla-
homa City with the hope that they
will again get a reduction In their ba
sis rnte 'which when applied will
bring tho rates down wnerc the
In tfils connection permit mo to In
sist upon the Importance of cleaning
up your premises as there Is a charge
There will bo tho usual mass ser-
vices nt the Catnollc church at 9:30
o'clock this morning to which every
one has a cordial Invitation.
Olflct orer Flrit NttloDtl Biok Akdmork Ind. Tkk.
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Tbo executive nnd dovotlona rcs-
hr. of tho Kpworth Ijnguc in con-
KMiilon of tho Ardmoro district met
.V me liroadway M. U. el. .trh South
The meeting was called to order by
President V. (!. Dltxler prayer was
rendered by Itev. J. M. Nichols an
opening song was sung.
C. IJ. Dowers wn nominated and
im cnliuciisly elected ns secretary.
The president then announced tbo
con mltteoa for tho following year.
The roll of the pastors of tho Ard-
mnre district wns called by Presiding
Rller Averytt nnd ouch responded
tj Ms numo by answering tho ques-
tion whether n IXMigue exlsta nt their
jtolpt. Thoro proved to .be olght good
crowing Leagues In this district.
duett was rendered by Mrs. S.
F. Ooddard nnd Miss Alice Hutcner
vhi(h was very beautiful and enjoyed
President Dltzler then made tho
I.eogue n short nddross which was
very beneficial and to tho point.
Hev. Ooddnrd addressed the Ixaguu
on "llow to urgnnize and Mniniam
n successful Kpworth Ix.'ngue" nnd
was followed by Revs. Nichols and
do' dloc In n short discussion.
lldw to maintain the best results
with tho devotional department" wns
ably represented by C. U. Howers fol-
Iiwcii by discussion.
A round tnble discussion was en-
VW In by all tho Leaguors on tho
A paper was read by Miss Ilesslo
Tho reports of the committees wero
then heard. This being tho conclu
sion of the programme the mlscellu
neous business .was taken up. Tho
following officers were elected for tho
President W. Ci. Dltzler Ardmoro.
First vice president Mrs. J. L. Der-
rick M nil 111.
Second vice president Miss Kthel
Third vlco president Miss Dossio
Fourth vlco president H. P. McGn-
Fccretnry and treasurer Pearl Wll
Junior superintendent Miss Alice
Kingston wns chosen as tbo next
meeting plnce of the league.
All papers brought out very lively
discussions by pastors and leaguers
Committee on rcsolutlous submit
ted a report pledging to uso nil possi
Lie means to suimresa desecration of
tho Sabbath keep tbo saloon out of f(r rumilfl1 ' nllllllllBB 'ear
the Indian Territory when It shall be
Services at the Christian church
at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Morning
subject "A Successful Hattle." Ev-
ening subject "Sinless Perfection."
All urc made welcome.
J..CLAIIENCE HEAD Pastor.
There will be divine services In St
Philips church' today at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Sundny schcol 9:15 n. m.
This being the first Sundny of the
month tho Holy Eucharist wilt bo
celobroted at 11 o'clock.
FREDERICK A. JUNV Rector.
First Presbyterian Churci
Tho usual services will bo held to-
day at 11 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. Sundny
schcol at 9:15 a. m. Christian En-
denvor nt 5 p.m. A cordial Invita-
tion Is oxtended to alt.
CHAS. C WEITH Pr.stor.
First Baptist Church.
Preaching this morning by J. II.
Mnsters. Preaching thTs evening by
A. I Mnlone of Fort Worth. Texas.
II. Y. P. U. Trt 2:30 p. m. Sundny
school nt 10 a. m. Would be glad to
havo you attend some or all of these
services. 'All aro made welcome.
J. L. KELLER Pastor.
C. P. Church.
Services today as follows: :5unday
scnooi at :i&. preaciilng nt 11 a.
m. by Hev. C. W. Clay of M. E.
church South and at 8:30 p m by
Kov. W. A. Shelton also of the M. E.
church. The pastor Hov. F. P. Finn!-
ken nnd wifo nro conducting a pro-
tracted meeting nt Smithville Texas
Central Baptist Church.
Preaching In tho morning by Hov
I.elnnd Mnlone of Fort Worth Texns.
Tho ordlnanco ofytho Lord's supper
will bo observed nt the morning ser-
vice. Preaching at night by the pas
tor William Crawford. Theme: "An
Open Address to the Indolent." Sun
day school this morning 9:45. Month
ly conference at -1 p. m.
spragins a uo win furnish you
nil tho fruit Jars you need. They aro
Mason's and tho best. 15d&w
Dr. J. P. Fnnn Painless dentist
Uses no gas. Over Itamsey's Drug
store. 13-1 m
Subscrlbo for tho Ardmorelte.
roino a state and to the execution of
thoKo two. Individual work wns rec
ommended among all the Epworth
Leaguers. Also extending to Hev
M. Nichols thnuks for his presence
nnd helpful talks and the people of
Ardmoro for their hospitality and
kindness lu entertaining the visitors
Throughout the meetings great In
tercit was manifested.
At the mooting of tho dUtrict con
ference yesterday morning tho re
ports of the pastor were completed
and everything was favorable tc do
good work. Hev. Knglebarger wns
prwent nnd p-preecntod tho interests
of The Western Christian 'u'i'-cnte
ami Hev. Dorrlck reported oa U'C mlB
Hov. J. J. Ixivott of TIs inum go
preached tho regular termini at 11
o'clock from the text "Oh ye of lit
tie faith wherefor" did you doubt?'
Dr. P. 11. McSwaln. "president of the
Kpworth University at Oklahoma
City and N. T. Wiison. financial
ngont for the same Institution are
In the city to attond the conference
Thlb fenture Is never over-
STANLEY H. BRUCE.
Tho girl who runs and tell hf-r
mother everything Is npt to remain
an eld maid.
It's a long lnno thnt has no turn
ing and a long married life thnt has
John H. Morgan Camp U. C. V
will bold Its regular meetings on the
second Sunday In each month at the
city hall at 3 o'clock p. m. All old
J. W. OOLLEDQE Com.
Q. H. DHUCE AdJutanL
Intending visitors to St. Louis dur
ing the World's Fnlrcnn assuro them
selves satisfactory rooming nccommo-
intlons through tho Merchants' Ser-
rlco Company at a nominal expense
Tor particulars apply to nearest Frls
.o System agent. 16U
There's danger In hendaehos at any
time summer especially. You need
not have thoni If you will uso Hnm-
soy's Hendncho Elixir. Only 25 cents.
3 F. J. HAMSEY
Tho Quick Meal gasoline stoves nt
Williams. Corhn Si Co's. 1
Stop at the
Harlcttn Ind. Ter.
The boft hotel in the city.
Rates $1 00 per day.
B. J. 5ALLEE Prop
FEED M LIVERY
TISHOMINGO ... IND. TER.
A. J. BURDETT Prop.
Special attention given to
A GOOD FOUNDATION
nnd we'll do tho rest.
H. P. LONDON
Practical Hatter Cleaner nnd Dyer
111 North Washington. Phono 135
Ladles' Work n Specialty.
0. A. JUHAN
Horieiholng' a Specialty...
Jones & Taylor Iron Works
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
Repairi Buy Sell anil Exchange Machiaery of all kinds. If
you have a break-down we will be ready day or night to
assist you nnd demonstrate that quick and good
work can be secured at reasonable prices
TELEPHONE 85. ARDMORE I. T.
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-Will be Celebrated-
Wednesday Thursday and Friday
JULY 27th 28th and 29th
at the City ParK
Remember the Dates
For there'll be Something Doing.
Within a few weeks I will move my Millinery Stock
to the Cumpbell building next door to A. C. Young nnd
until that time I offer removal prices on nil millinery.
Shop next door to Flynt's
Livery Bnrn N. Caddo St.
1 Buggies at Cost.
Mc havo a lino ot bungles tjnt e
wr.t to closo out nt co;;.
Cur stock Includes tlu- Hyncs nnd
lt!ee bugKlee tlio best o enrlb. Vis
it our buggy liouso on Nj'i'i Wash-
Col. T. 1). Johnwn of West Main
street now owns one of tbo handsome I
ii.ll'-r wlns Kld ly
II M L Sc 1ULLIS
Stylish Straw Hats
W. II. Byrd Company
Kegular price 110 to $12 for $8.00
ReRUlar prlco $7 to 19 $5.75
RoHular prloo J8 60 for $4.75
ReRUlar price $5.50 for $3.75
Regular prlco $1.60 for $3.50
Street Hats and Children's Hats at your own price.
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This if- the first Great Millinery bargain sale Ard.
more has ever had. Don't delay one day but come now
vrhilo tho stock is complete. The new shipmont of out-
jg hats just received included in this Sacrifice Sale.
NEXT DOOK TO II ukt 0 N -p E E L DKV GOODS C O
! ! ! 4- H--H-f-M--H--H'-M--Hi-H-
Because it n the beat and made at home by
Whaley Mill and Elevator Company.
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