The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 226, Ed. 1, Friday, July 29, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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SHOULD ELECT M'LISH.
fine Uniln ArDmorcilc.
The itpl- of the Chickasaw na-
tion are tired of having their frvern-
mental affair conSuctH by a crowd
of attorney from South McAlesU't
They want a man tlwiod governor
cutereU at tin- I'oMofhce at AMmow. ho l comn;eiit -.. ;ri .: "tflre aa
as Second elass -Vail Matter. fhe t. nwr ur. 1 a . figure
Published eror; afternoon (except
Saturdav and Sunday Homing.
Offlce of public atlo. . .irtb an
SIDNEY SUOOS Proprietor.
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I The Chickasaw Nation might tt
3uK Colorado 4. Si F Railway
'.alveaton ft Chi axe
letrarne ft K C K
1 North b
DalvaaUm ft Cblcagi
lebnrne K. C Ev
A r.! more-
reporta i th
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Arrtfe at Ard nore
UK-al frelur :.rt
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'. p. m.
; ; -ngera
I .ear Ardmo
Mixed train v
(0 I a man to tae jrovtrnorhip woo
16 00 u able mm potent anl wICi the back-
jltone to write his ro -.st and tloca-
'L NEVVtfpASRuf the tm-nt. ant limn' . i u-i of
' ouri lor the Southern I tf. ;n . if.n-t Ii.im.ik depend
. mi TJ' ""r '"''upon attornejs at South McAlentor to
:v Sto ""'Xiall'lo l for him The impret-slon which
r. rrltorj I '-' omuai . . ' .
now prevail' mm tn inimiuiw
tion lf unable to elect a man compe-
lent t" attend the offlce personally
without the assistance of white law
m nir nnd the piiple kIioii 1
i' by electing to the offlce
:.' it man who will prove this
mi a bam- falsehood and with-
i ii.iti'in. Hon. R M I.tsh la n
i ' i l fully c ompetent and If
i which seeroa to be a certain-
aII correct thla falsehood and
the countrj tlmt the Chick
n Million has dimi refined Sfu-
i p.ixsegBing that aplrlt of states-
n.-'i-. p tTiat pertain to the adminis-
trate n r eood clean honest gorern-
lr.eni. Till campaign which Is the
last one In which the Chickasaw peo
ple will participate la simply .t ih
test between Richard Mel.lsh i.-ir
Renting the Intelligent patriot i n I
Independent thinking people qi l l .;
Johnston representing the ol I rim:
of liiconipetent poliikians wh h.
brought shame and disgrace i t'it
nation through their brute-for. e nnd
bulldog rule extravagance mi .i;iio
prlatlon and waste of the public
school fund and mla-governm nt all
lown the line.
The miserable way in whi li il
Chickasaw Nation's school Mud .in i
public money baa been was' I "m
ullil at m-heraea and to lurtl r the
fT -r a f-'W nolltli-la"- nnO . iin
L-i alters to pay white In iehr ..
tl'eir campaign fervl - and .
tuts is enough to arou-e the m
ef every patriotic mnn. Tho f
t'ac Chickasaw Nni' mi are ' .
this kangaroo government vhi n I :.-
been dished out to flu m by tie m.e
old crowd now see! um t- h i' in
power by eloetlnu I'uk J- m 1
They are tlrel of It ."! lll ft " te n
polls on election i. nnd n mi li i'
the hole wcrV ' h ting' ' ten K
Mel.lah govei'i i 'l the Ch. i m
Nation Wap Pri --s.
ilall 8:30 a. m.
i-iilv.. .1S:10 p. m.
Ir.ily 2:35 p. m.
:ly 3:25 p. m.
rdmcte. .6:00 a. m.
rdrre. .6:00 p. m.
All United etes nail cloa.t
ilndtes prl.w o tral-i time.
Hereafter the maiU wi'.l be cloaeu
at I p. m. inatead of ' p. m. aa fores-
..fy. D. KKDVMSUP. P. M.
Uaethe Long Distance Telephone
and call up 'Phn N r. If ou want
Ardmcre. Friday. July 29. 190i
0ME NE.W3 WHILE AWAY.
Subscribers to the Daily Ardmorelte
away during the surrmer may have
the paper mailed regularly each day
to any address at the rate of SO canta
a month. Address changed as often
as dtsired. While out of town the
ArJ?relt will be to you like a dally
tib on Id
NEWS OVER THE 'PHONE.
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l.a:p an I daugM-r of Chkk
a. is. '.mk have leen visiting Mi
Sharp t i-Mpt. Mrs. C. W. Hendemn
returned homo Wednesday accompa
nled bv Mrs. Henderaon and John
(Jrlrwr Who will Spend a few Wtk'
in That rlty with them.
Mr' .1 1.. Person le on the Wck
Mntvln Cook of Fort Cobb 0. T
in ; . 1 e rioting his father Fraak
Mls Myrtle Eubank of Davit I
here visiting Mr. Zona P. Hooter
Chas. Bohnke went to Wynnewoo-l
nn business laat Weilneaday.
The little sen of A F. Wright i
m ry sic!:.
Mr. W. A. Buford and little cha-
dren cf Sulphur Springs Texaa are
here vlMilng Mrs. Buford' brother
J. l.. Williams the Santa Fe agent at
Mrs. May C. Tullas and daughter.
Miss Iteulnh. have returned from one
day at the big picnic at Ardmore and
report It a pi-eat succen.
Bnrn to Mr. And Mr. W. F War
rc-n this morning a girl.
The wreck train ent 'her to clear
an-ny the wreckage from .the freight
m ' I. of Tuesday went Into the
i;th yesterday and another
v i ( ker wan sent up from Cleburne
' 1 pick up the wrecker and the
tt le It.
!any aie here today for the pic-
good many of the young people
v . ut to Springer today to the picnic.
.11 in Hardin of the Pott Country In
1 hhoma is here visiting.
.1 II. Akers of Lawton is b. tc vls-i-.t.f!
i 1 e Pierce or Tuasy passed 'h rough
:.ii tinlay en route to the pk-nlc at
.Minnie Cheshire and Robert Con-
mi lit today for a visit to Mill
!r. Cantrel of Oklahoma l hero
Miing his son 8. A. Cantrel.
II. Sperry has sold his stock of
rmeries to J. F. Burnett.
W I' M alone has accepted a posl
".on In the blacksmith shop with Ho
11 i- Moss.
V.'. nurpo has purchased the op-
TKUStiN AL N't TI.S.
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H. S. Hearing of Durant is In the I
J. C Murpny of Temple. Tex . Is la
P. A. Hall of Corinth. Ml. Is In
O. D. Johnson of Piano Tex. la In
Ren Hcatd is In the city from1
Harold Wallace has returned frcm
J. F. Lancy of Hugo wa in the city
W. 8. Irwin of Mutko;ee wa? In the
A. M. Hopping of Wayne was In the
A Williams of Saltlna spc-it yes-
erday In the city.
. W. Agnes was here ytste- la-
from Paul Valley.
Marshal Ben Colbert of Tishomingo
is In the city today.
B. M. Moore of Pn n Wily spent
yesterday In the city.
Ren Lowery and wife of Ada are
here visiting relatives.
Hon. J. Geo Wright of Muskogee
as In the city yeaterday.
Ed Harrison Is here from Pauls
Valley attending the picnic.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hyde and fami-
ly are in tfio city from araha m.
Mr. anl Mra. Amazlon Greenwood
are In the city from Healdton.
Jerry McLish is in the city from
Wapanucka taking in the picnic.
W. C. Swisher an.l J. C. Almond of
Oklahoma City were here yeaterday
W. R. Wheeler and family of
Wynnewood were In the city yester
Mrs. Mary C. Tullls and daughter
Mikm Bulah. are In the city from Ber
Mrs. Tt. B. Wagner of Dallas Tex.
W In the city th gtiest of Mrs. El
Mrs. MarriM Bright is at Thhomln
-'o spending a few days with he:
Simon Westhelmer of Marietta wa"
in the city today on business an.l
MIhs Effte Ulllard of Dexter. Texas.
i in the city the guest of Rev. J. I..
Keller and family.
Miss Nora Roblson has rcturnel
irom an extended visit at DavK Tanls
Valley and Duncan.
Miss Olive Ruse and Miss Mag-ie
Mwtc of Durant are in tho city
Aleuts of Miss Iucy Head.
Mis Floy Mullens has returnei
TO MAKE GOOD
RUSSIA WILLING TO MAKE FULL
.-ian government rogdrOlnK tho seiz-
ure It Is deemed highly desirable to
fako conservative action and abovo
all to avoid Increasing the irritation
nrouM-d In shipping circles over the
mcnt f-'tizurci and sinking of vessels.
And England Docldes to Walt. Will
Take no Hatty Aotlon. Awaiting
Rtpert of Cemminder of the
London. July 28 The teulon in
the Russia-British relation ha been
relaxed and no rupture Is now pn ba
ble. Count Benckendorff the Rus-
sian ambassador to Great Britain in-
formed Lord Lansdowne this morning
that if Russia had committed a
wrong f&e waa ready and willing to
make full reparatkn but before any
action could be taken in the. Knight
Commander case the Russian govern-
men tmuat have the opportunity of re-
ceiving the report of the commander
of the Vladivostok squadron.
Lord Lansdowne waa not disposed
to unduly press the matter and prom
lsed to wait a reasonable time.
Washington July 2S The state de
partment has addressed Itself to the
Ruaslan government through Mr
Spencer the American charge at St.
Petersburg on tho subject of the selx
urc of the cargo of the Arabia by the
Vladivostok squadron. The Hamburg-
American owners of the ship will
undoubtedly appeal to the German
government. t secure a release of Its
ship and compensation for the delay
to her cruise and other items of loss
The state department officials .le
cllne absolutely to make nny publle
ptatoment respecting the character of
the representation made the Rn-
FEED i LIVERY
TISHOMINGO - - - IND. TEH.
A. J. BURDETT Prop.
Spi ci.U attenti n piven to
c innK-p'iul rips.
One hundred and lort head of
Horses Hnres Mule
Jacks nnd Jennets
Or rather a tine bunch of flno
.Stock Horses consisting of 110
head. Can bo seen at tho Hen-
derson & Frost pasture about lu
miles northeast of Ardmo re on
Little ISlito. H- LEWIS
Pontotoc I. T.
Xow is the time to hav) voor
books HouDil or Repaired. .Many
valnable hunkx nud lmiers have
gone into the waste banket cn ac-
count of bavit c en bindery in the
eitr. Sjviily cf binding Sheet
"i".'-. Call r (ihoue Shannon
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James N. Copeland.
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;i lnuiue and Is moving It to the 1 me alter an extendel visit of sever-
t part of town. al wep'ts to the Worlds Fair.
1 r W. 11 I'ssary Is able to bo up 1 Ex-Governor Wm. Guy and wife are
i"i utter a severe Illness. in the eliy trom Sulphur to take in
1 v tl'iwe who i- now at Plain- the picnic ami visit relatives.
Ti'u.. fur hit health u 'ipolt- t-s. Ituliy Schmb't arrived :iur.
i 1 a mtte'.i improved stnto. s ' otils ti visit her father. Lum
';. I. W. Allen of Kavla. la ltcte Tc.hn U'Ti. who met her nt Mali!)
-.riiiiu; to Legln a protracted mee'- jv f. V. H. Duck has returned ine-
' ?' l.ouls- tin t other points In Missou-
1'. b Pratt and Miss Dash Wlllllord v.i r e l.a.- It-n for .onie time
. mun"i il li-le last Wi lpt-i'.ay C Men- ami W. P. Moo tur'i il-
I'.ul-anki oiliclatlng. o'' this city now ol' Atlanta. Te . in
I'.'cie Knl.anUs of Wise lonnty in tl.e city visit I-.ir l.-knils m i r !
it: In h' re vifcltitiR hit. father. W. lives.
V. ill Howe. PclK Ilol O H. I.nn-
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John t'rohhy. who liati been in K"
well. N. M.. for the iast ten m-nth.-.
1 W. Williams iind Ed Ol sin nil ' has returned and will make t'.iis m-
'lde.l th" ice ereom supper and j future home
't'ne nt tho heme of R T. Jonnon's I Mrs. A. 13. geay and child are in
Vi 'in silay ntght. they reiort it the city trom Madlll the giiehtK ol
e! time. I Mrs. "cay'n parent''. Mr. aul Mr-
.1 vv. Wehh and L K. Tlobert .. j llube Hardy.
.an in I front a trip to Texas. Tom Armstti ne. unnerly of iil
DOUGHERTY. I prac ' w;i0 ftas l"'t1! 'pKinne-
! 11. t .... i.ii of cotton for thu ' fr th.- pat cnv has returnei
n w.i ili-plnyd hen4 yestetday.
and will make tuis bis home
t nri ' Hir. t
I Will lie ll.'!
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plain at a
Uic Ann n an
jt n:oit lorailiht! b
Why the linitt.l
i;uir h'.uh a friBht-
'li toil of the people
. 1 f liiuIdliiK "the
m tho world"
i former maker
' ' 1 Ate does not ex
aly assumes tl.a:
10 Nath 11 recjuiu
ritracd cr Stolen.
e 11 mile .i i"i e
.! ' 1 11UV1 ef .P:l.
: ..liiie thtv . ir'
1 ' . . ham'n high iw in : -.1
. . oa runt shoulder fen -en 1111
"ft hi-rt. head enlarged nn both si.!i
like she hsd blind inth. 1 will pay
J'l.utt for Information lcailing to her
tecovery oc for her delivery at my
n Jftw. JOB TRRNTHAM.
Dr. W. H. Enloe. dentist crown
and bridge work specialist. With Dr.
I TJco Iftwon'e fruit jars If you want
the most formidable na In th a.lkfacUon. SDrnitlns & Co.. have
sFOrW." tfccaj all bLso. JCJ&7
' ' Helen Peterman of Muiietta
h visiting with h' .' uncle . h I'eu r-
n;nn on West Ht-i ndwiiy.
Mr and Mr". Ro'x-rt Jones have v-
turned from St. I.oulr. Colorado and
other northern jtolnts. where they have
been fir Hie nru-t iiw weeks enjuyins
A Rullion have' lss ruM Williams has returned
nd.lcn.e on H. ! fm V"n Wlr' where s'.e
e t'me PHe wit- a -
Mr and Mrs. t'
1 il li.nii their
f...t n.iuin n. t 22S corner D I ha !ur
Kuniiil avenue n.irthwet.:. eon-p.tnled hop... h:. MIps I.ticile H.I1
iu -.ill re.i.i'.ln ii'
A iwisitl .e trim
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V D.l.'v OXK - KOUKTH oPK.
And Summer Suitings at One-He if Off
Place your Ordor Now
W. i Byrd Conipany
Tallars and Habertiathcrs
TiTrT-Z?CTIJCTSTIkr SZ ThU-a" A
Office over Lst National BiDk Akdmokk Ixd. Tkr.
You will tit) well to Inw-'iur.it if ypu nerd any-
thing in tho Machinery Line
Jones 4 I apr Iron Works
nn v i.i-;'. i:n vl 1.1 wi ' i
21 4 !:h Ave.. S. W
AK'DMORi:. I. T
Notice! 11! and Gin Men
A full line of Pipe Fining's Packing Hose
Brass uoods. TanKs Steam Pumps
Rubber and Leather Belting'. Try us.
WEEKS 6 BO Sir TmnesTnd Plumbers
West Main Street
Louir Dintitiu'i' I'houe 79
Bookkeeping and Shorthand
Unlimited Scholarship $40
1 'neil r wltli all the ntu.i umt il nul.nn 11I In 1 l.iuh -ni'f.
li tn ilutp liUltif- ciorite. ;ir- l eiKtit nnt tl.ei eJirlily. .i h i i- .llv
.IDl! -Ulll'UlUll.V In
w SELVIDGE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. P.Selridgt A. M ti. Accti. Vrts. Ardmore I. T. and Gainesville Tx.
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JF . il Wi T Ir?ZS - S-i
DRS HARDY & McNEES Proprietors
L irerC clean airy well-lighted rooms. Equipped with
every modern convenience. Surgical Diseases and
Diseases oi Women are given special attention.
Trained nurses in attendance. Charges reasonable.
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