The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 214, Ed. 1, Friday, July 15, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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Suavity asi P:siaj icrtir. "r ;Zr T
SIDNEY SUOOS. Proprietor.
Botand st the Postoftce at Arlsa
u aoadlaat KU MMur.
November ! 1M.
Payable ia Advance).
TVs OFFICIAL HEWiPAPRttt
OsaW Stataa Coon to the Soathora
District Indian Terrt.ory. Alto "
Utfckaaa Asoudstfloa of
ti l41aa Twittery. d oOd
erraa of the city.
Any omeoat rener ! w anoa
Ainrtrr or rsutattou mj
wMrk ar be an aloe ib im
tie or nay ar . -. be ' VJ22J
a am false . i 1a."y a eorrnesou
f hmAt to 'Jk at.BUOS Of
Cj Caioraa 4 l"U Ft Rjlhf.
(Htrmtoa Chicago as. 4)
OMoaro K C Ex I I
North bona 1 I
OlifOMOB ft ChlC0 Kx.lJ.
ft K. C Ex P-
CbacU-w. OV.Uhonu 2 Oolf FUilwy.
Art at Arasor l. P-
LftT Artator P-
laal frlf crrra paaaamgors
Aricanut CtoeU Railway.
Lre Ardaaora U1... S: a-
Arr. AroMOT UUy.. p. a.
Lms.t Artfaaora aaiJr 2: p. -
Arr- Araawre AaJlf P-
Mii. train Lr. Ardaoc..:M a. a.
lllil uala Arr Aroiaert .i:00 p. at.
All United State a iOs ckM M
tsJaat prior vo vralx tlave.
Hra!tr tb aiail vill clol
at p. . Uata.l of 1 . sa. aa fora-
edr. D RKDDELD. P. M
Cms the long Dlauae Telpbo&e
aa4 call p Pbot S. If yoa aat
Anlrnere Fniay. July 15. 1V54.
HOME HEVS WHILE AWAY.
SutMrifcera to the Daily Ardmerette
away durtr3 the tummer rr.ay have
the paper mailed regularly each day
to any addreta at the rate of M eentt
a rrenth. Addreti eharvsed a often
a detired. While out of tevn the
Ardmcrelte will be to you like a dally
letter from heme.
UP TO YOU.
it'i up to you.
If yon are but.
To aad a aica
Aad doaa away
Aa boar or two;
Tbat'a all it aaadi
Ita np to yon.
I'd Hk to do
That rery tblag
HfM Id KO
WTiere wild bird Ibc
And fish aad watch
My bobber t-ob;
But if I 'did '
I'd loee my 'ob.
J. M. KBW-.-5.
Mr. Hearat Is not only point; to
stand by the ticket but ke bat all his
csthualaem with him.
Son tor Clark of Montana it confi-
dent Parker will be elected. Senator
Clark nwl not feel that be itaads
alone la tali belief. Tbe majority li
The world ay be growing better
bat It will be a (treat deal better
when th fiend who murdered the wo-
man aad child at Greenaboro 1 found
and dropped off Into space.
Paradoxical t it may teem. Parker
It aa courageous a man as aay roua-
iry can boast and yet be is aolns to
raa like all creation but not from
tbe enemy son.
tfolk-sontis by naclve Pawnee Is
diaac are a feature of tbe dally pro-
pram at the Indian school at the
World's Pair The Indians are at-
tired in natlye dross the costume
vrorn belnjtetpeolaDy adapted to tbe
ftoag sung and thJ oerVmonles tK-y
A pair of scteeor seven feet Iobk
It la an exhibit at tbe Ialace of Var-
ied Industries at the World's Fair
Tbe Mades are of nickeled ttel and
UTe handles are of wild sold bronse
very mass! re and designed in the
Oothle' style. The scissors were es-
pecfaMr made for exhibition at a cost
A Try religious man who runs a
ckrtbieg store in an Oklahoma town
always told his clerks to do nothing
that was not warranted la tbe Bible.
Dae day be learned that a clerk had
charged a customer 13 for a fl.50
article and took him to task. "Can
jKjtblak of a Bible quotation" ha
aaked the clerk "that wouia warrant
r . Urk said he
l t i . -Ii ; 1-1 y.
7i L :sitM tbe C ' '
tar a k last aiht at a.i
of Mr ud Mrt J. F. '.
; r. Sharp U la Titain oa
Clu - r-
Mia athi "fcrd"l eeaool la cloai ;
today tw tbe ragret of kef palnoa. aa j
sa baa glvea ntire sUafV-3oa aa
U taoaaUt dyobefi If OrafMfty
will be aa fommaat aaaan la t' no-
lerUoa of a teatoor.
Ell mat and toot otba- an ara
here twtfaag cat rock for a W."4ta.T
to be mio4 ta DMH.
Mim Dauy Kama oac ai3r. Mra.
Arrb CaatabaiL brotbar Wt aai
Mrt Praak Harna aaaoaa niuaap
rrt ai a riait
Rt T 0.
r a tati
MAY E ABWTRATED
Strive May B ttiit By
Cbkaao. July 14 The fret M to
ward pac baf aoa the aacfton aad
ttrlkiat tptom ar takea taiar
ba Praidat DoanHlr kM a coa-
:rae with BppreaeatatiTea of tke
packlar boaaaa. Tbare ar teoieaUoaf
that tbe coafrac will oaca tbo-war
for a aettlaaaaat of tbe atrfk. Botk
Idea taror yaacaabja fottlameat. tbe
retaraia; to work jodtas tb
aJastaveai of dlStxiitUa.
Judge Parker's dlalaoa ut. win
aot be rrttldted A between "icai-
aed alteace aad Rooaereit raupa;e-
otunee tbe people will ehoe the dls-
alaed bearlag erery time
Tt people of Wen Vlrrlola aare
Senator Darta a ro;.inf welcome up-
en tn retura borne wttB tae uemo-
rratir noaUaatios for tbe Tlce-preal
dt-acy retin qpoa Mi brow aa! If
they will proceed to (rlre tbe elec
toral i rote of that Mate to the party
In November It will be farther evi
dence J their alncere appreciation.
Fraud at Expetltlcn.
St. Louis July 14. Wm. H. Ellis.
Chas. H Stiller. Henry Miller and E.
Kiely all o? laem St. Iouls employees
of tbe admlsaloB depannveat of tbe
World Pair hare bees arrested and
held pending an investigation into
what la believed to be a gigantic coo
s pi racy to rob the Exposition com
paay by ticket Irregularities.
Indications are that a large number
of the employes of the division of ad
mlsaions nave been in a conspiracy to
defraud the Exposition company and
that a. 'large sum of money bat bean
secured. Tbe twitching back and sec-
ond sale of genuine tickets and wide
circulation of counterfeit admission
cards are. said to be two of the
schemes which have been worked with
success Many besides those under ar
rest may be Involved.
If men did the cooking every kitch-
en would be provided with a gasoline
stove and nine out of ten of thocc
stoves would be Quick Moal.
BIVBNS. CORHN FHENSLBY.
Farmers Venture in Liquor Business
and Get Caught Crops and Roads
Special to the Ardmor'i -.
Marlow. I T. July U Mon Lit-
trell and H. 11. !dbetter. two Chlok-
aaaw country farmers living ea'. et
Marlow. were apprehended last i.laht
west of Marlow with a wagon load
of the real old article in the wa f
cheap are water. Martha! Cbrto
Madten made the haul aad carried
both men to Chlckasha today. j
whisky was gctten at the saloon o
the Comnnche country line about two
miles went of Marlow.
Corn Is looking ane In this sect on
and we are expecting a bountiful cop
Cotton Is doing very well elir.ougr.
It It tjalta slow In tome places a-iJ
Vxcesslre rain damaged It some.
T. W Wade of this place
oj of the delegates to the D4mo-
oratlc conveatioa at St. IjcuIs has
rlMrned Mr. Wade reports a grand
time at tho convention and the fulr
It it hoped by many over this way
that tome provision will soon bo
made u wards a road system for the
Chickasaw Nation Roads are very
bad east of our town aad many times
repairs have been made at certain
placet and thla particular place wuuld
be fenced in at the with of the land j
lord thin making a new road rather i
an attempt at one which requires
much more wcrking. it would give)
a make a pain in hit back to attempt '
to follow the roads of our section
Hot weather It hard on eyet. If
you notice acy defect la yours let us
examine t&atn. No charge. Charges
G.'D ASVY PREPARING FOS A
Tie G. A. R. r-' ArVsawu MU:ri.
G&iatssras aoi ladtas Tevrrlteries
win R-ai a sRt Rsottten at
Tslu. I. Sept. 17 it 2.
Tb Oraad Amy of tbe Reaobttc of
Iastata Territory. Oklahoma Arkaa-
aaa aad Mtaaaorl will bold aa e-
caaatMseat at Talaa. Soatasabar T.
aad . 1M Inmatkms bare
baoa eneaaca to all aad sitiipitl by
Oetrrral Block com stand er cf thw o
1 A. IL of tbe United Bute aad others
iTbe cotaaaaadcr of the looal poat bat
! the followlag letter of U1taUos
ito tbe prats of tbe turronading coun
My Dear Sir aad Comrade : Onr
No. 1 aeads greetlag to the
osBcert aad cotarades of roar port
aad ask tbe tlaatare of roar wtapaay
at a grand eacataptaent to be bold in
city of Talaa oa September 27.
aad . ! la aoUciUag tbe
pleasure of your company oa thfc oc-
casion we aware you that oar city.
which U kaowa for lu boapltatlty.
will tpare no mean to snake Use oc-
"Among our visitors will be some
avea tbe moat actable of the coaatry.
who Save responded favorably to our
invitation. We earnestly ask that
you and your comrades will be with
aad aak that yon take stepe at
your next meeting to this eecL The
different Uae of railroad will make
"Let us make the occasion a pleas
ant one for oar aei veterans and
their famlMea. aad to the latter end
we give you aararaace that jur W.
R. C. will extend to them a royal
"A a early reaSy will great) ob-
lige. T. J. sMORT.
"Commander Lociut Paln-hMdi Poet.
You could pick a perfuse at ran-
dom from our stock and be sure- of
getting one that would please es-
pecially If you happened io choose
Tblma. It pleases everyone.
10 F. J. RAMSEY. Druggist.
Elopers Leaped to Death.
Chicago July 11 A dispatch to
the Tribune from Roseborg. Oregon
Eloping with Wm. Ford a marrkM
man. 3) years old. Emily Bogard 13
years old hat leaped to death with
him in tbe waters of Mill creek
where a pursuing party was bellered
to be upon them. The hat of the girl
upon the bank with a hastily scrawl-
ed note pleading for forgiveness gave
a clow which led to the discovery of
Blvene. Ccrhn &. Freniley will re-
ceive a car of the new Moline wagons
wHhin a few days.
We bare the finest grocery derivery
wagons ever in tbe city and we want
every man who uses delivery wagons
to inspect them. Tbe wagons will
pleat you tbe price will please you.
SPRAGINS '& CO.
CONSULT VANT COLUMNS.
Rooms for Rent
John H. Morgan Camp 0. C. V.
will hold Its regular meetings on the
second Sunday In each month at the
city hall at 3 o'clock p. m. All old
J. W. GOLLEDGE. Com.
0. 1L BRUCE AdJuttJiL
Siaksa Kidneys end Bladdsr Right
We Offor ONE - FOURTH OFF on our new
as And Summer Suitings at One-Half Off cszra
W. ii. Byrd
t . nHn t
EATTLE MAY NOW
rCwapatkln V.ett Flit or Gu4t Pet
Artrr Mateacre a Canard Japan
Sends Tw; Swift Cruisers ts
ti:e Red Sea ts Fight.
London. July 11 The capture c!
TastaO' by the Japaaeae la tte ik-
ona newt today from Ue seat of
war la the far Eaat. This is believ-
ed by many experts to be nest - the
captor of Port Arthur the most im-
portant objective of the Japanese
campaign for tbe present. It fAe
the Japaaeae a tea base close to :hr
scene where the aaai battle w:;
to be fought with easy . att un. ca-
tion with the front by may of tL- Liau
river and by rail for men ani
Taat a decisive battle can not a a t ;
loafer be avoided by Kunpatkia :s
the universal opinion of army men
unless it is hit intention to give up
the whole Southern Manchuria the
enemy. The campaign It sow ap-
proaching mora opa country where
aaaktag xaovesnents will be easily net
aad where tbe boasted Russian caval-
ry cas be put to teat. Hence to alii-
tary asea the next phase of the aa-
paiga will be of universal interest
Hitherto the flghUag has been cj
Shed to the mountainous ennrry
and here the light hardier quick-
moving Japaaeae have demccs'rared
' their superiority. If th-y are aV o
mainula their advantage ;n fie ..? a
couafry victory It regarded as ;'a:-
cally certain for the Japanese
I As was geaerally believe-i v.f re
there bat been no tnrth ;n the
jtional ttcry of killing acl w-. :r.i.r.g
.of 300(0 Japanese at Per Arhir
iae srttacK on tnat pia'-e is pro'f-;.ag
methodically and succegtfu.:y j
contlderable loss but no rxr ha.
had been anticipated If 'te rfrxrs
are true as to the positi as 'ar'ur-d
by the Japaaete It wo-ild srr.
there Is ao reatoa why the genera: a
taalt by which it it relieved rtie fort
ies is to be reduced should nf be
ordered whenever Marslal Oyaraa
deemt it best.
The report from Tokio tha the
Japanese have sent cruisers to !
after the two Rusikn volun'eer T';:s-
ers bow In the Red sa. is gree-":
wkb satisfaction by Brlti-r. E.-. rr eg
CFil'ago. July 15 The fo'lotv eg
quotations were made on the market
July SSV1 S5B
sept sen sch
Dec S5 iZ-H
July 4SH 4SH
Sop 45.. 40K
EX-c 44H 44iB
Dec tZV 3JH
Sept 12.57 12.S0
Local Grain Market.
Tbe following are the local market
price today for small gralo.
Wheat No. 2 Per bushel . . . . T5 Sc
Oats per bushel 29c
Moon Bros" buggy tbo queen of the
road at J. C. Preddy's. 5
The famous Greenland refrigerator
stands at the bead of the list as be-
ing the best. Noble Bros are selling
them at cost.
S. S. Cole's photo studio Is over
the Ardmore National bank. Don t
forget bin when yo-j want photos
OfllM ei'r Flrit Kitnnil Bint
T) I I II i I I 4-H- !! -H--M-H--H i -
You will do well to Investirrate if you need any-
thing in the Machinery Line
Jones & Taylor Iron Works
I A jENI KAL line of
214 4th Ave.. S W.
s tcttstsattite aeaeseaeoeoeeoeoe aeee o
Because it n the best and made at home by
Whaley Mill and Elevator Company.
Habit i the strongest lmsulse
in the habit of baying inferior
in the habit of paying more for
bor pays. Right at this point we
want to get yon in the habit of
doing vonr buying here. Stand'
ard goods low prices easy terms
and guaranteed satisfaction. That
Founds good. It is good. Oar
word makes it good.
Onr stock includes eveiy thing
NEW MOLINE WAGONS
Wagon a Buggy HARNESS
We offer the best terms
and lowest prices.
ask the readers of this paper who arc
suffering with indigestion or dyspep-.
sia to call on them at once and get
a bottle oi Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure. If.
you knew the value of this remedy as (
we know It you would not suffer an-
other day. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is'
a thorough digestant and tissue build-;
ing tonic aa well. It Is endorsed per
sonally by hundreds of people whom
it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia
palpitation of the heart and stomach
troubles generally. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure digests what you eat. It Is pleas-
ant palatable and strengthening.
The heaviest and best grade of the
Duchess granite ware at
BIVBNS CORHN & FRENSLEV.
A GOOD FOUNDATION
and we'll do the rest
H. P. LONDON
Practical Hatter. Cleaner and Dyer
111 North Washington. Phone 135.
Ladles' Work a Specialty.
FEED I LIVERY
TISHOMINGO - - - IND. TER.
A. J. BURDETT Prop.
Sr.tcial attention given to
TOP AT THE
Harietta !nd. Ter.
The bct r-ii 1 ii 'he v.
It; p i 0 ;r .li.
IS. J. 5ALLEE Prop
- r - ". - - JrJ.'e!'J -
ARDMORE I. T.
il mail. Maybe yon have been
goods. Maybe yon have been
what yon b jy tbnn yonr neigh
John Deere Bug'gies
ONE WEEK ONLY
Kendall & Go's
July 11th to 16th.
This complete list of
For one week will
be sold for only
25 lbs standard Granu. Sugar. ..$1 00
1 botUo Ripe Olives 40
1 pound best Tea 5
1 Gal. Vinegar 40
3 pojnds Bulk Starch 25
5 bard Clalretto or Purity Soap.. 25
3 pouuds Moca or Java Coffee. . 1 00
5 cans Asst'd Fruits 95
Total $5 00
0. A. JUHAN
Horseshoing and Carriage Worlt
Special Atti-n lon Riven to rnalters; Inter
ferine forcing and knee-kiun klDi: prohib-
ited. Ali work vLarantee.t
Shop next door to Flynt's
Livery Barn N Caddo St.
Akdmokk I.nd. I kr.
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