The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 231, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 4, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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Mixed traJo AJT Ardntre. .: ?
All rcJt-l Sutea aaUa cJce
Lilntne prior io uiia tto-
at 9 P. o int.l oi S m. at form-
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Uw tie lns DJUtc Telepsooo
iM caU up Htote N. C U yew nt
Ardmore Turaday. AuguM A
HOME NEWS WHILE AWAY.
Suttcritera to the Daily Ardmorelte
away during the aurr.mer may have
the paper mailed regularly each day
to any addre at the rate c K) cent
a month.' Addreia changed a often
ai detlreU. While out cf town the
Ardmorelie will be to you like a dally
letter from home.
Senator Halley l W Qf' tKm"
pak-n In New York. Ttiafi ibe way.
Tbcre ar 2"0 Soutbt-rn orator wbo
ouKht tc be put In lb campaign In
1b potldenrbo called tbe cabi-
net tocher for cenferences tbU
week on tbo beat plana for dofeoro
aKalnat jaiocratlc campaign attacks
on the Ailmlnltlration.
Ix-cal hrido is tbe Qrat ewentlal to
a rlty" greatnoai. We must believe
in ouraelvei. believe in what we. do
and ntacd by each other. Tbe out-
Elder will aland by us
ABOUT CHILD LABOR.
The IlulMmoru Sun note that a loud
cry ha for M-veral ytam b n tu ng
up from Kali Itiver and ct.er ow
Kngland cotton tnnri'ifa' luring cen-
ter Kcit child labor lu the South"
with tbe obbject of inciting philan-
tropiit of that eitin to inaugurate
raJttally restrictive teglalatiun that
would hobble the Southern cotton
industry. New England cannot com-IM-te
with the South la the production
of ertaln clae-; f good a fact
of wliltth the prattt atrikv ot 3U.0U0
Kail River operative 1 tbe result
but It wa? felt that if the labor con-
ditions that exist In New England
wer transferred to the South Jbe cx-
pent of manufacturing In thfl latter
xertion wight be cooaUeruijp ic-
rrentMl. Uenre a great outcry 'oI
eclf'flgbtoouc denuneiatlCD-of ItuiiKln-
nry tnUtreattnent of children and iaUs
tor drastic law investigation haw
ahon that "child ltlor in ar objec-
tionable form does not exist to an ap-
preciable extent In the Southern
tnillf. but that In fact tbe yung peo-
ple employed la tbe nil are looking
after and in many cases educated at
tuc expense of the owner so that
their condition compare very favor-
ably with that of youths employed in
Fall Itlvor mills. An "exiled Virgin-
Inn" retiring In Massachusetts has
noted the contrast there between
preaching and practice ami sends an
llliutratod liostoti paper an article
which describes the actual situation
at Kali River. Pictures are given of
three children of ages ranging from
8 to 12 years going to work. Two of
the three are girls who "toil In a
spool room ' r orw- of Kail Rlr-t' ' i.
Ett rujila for 1 97 a wi ar '
Jed that ar "o
Miuili Tkr wofk from
tb more I dc until at nl(b
ixur t2 at doob Tfc:r labor it co-
at aad sard Pre-uoja to tbe ciit-
down of tea NovBbr tfcoir par.
Ta 10 per ceot t M
tiM tlsae left It K If ty mulii
'at worn taey win re-e!Te i i a ww.
Ttej do tot bare tiie at for spemd-1
ict bog; J' roi to support ta
NEWS OVER THE PHONE.
H E Roders's of Mad
- -tJCf ;rlt4
Or R M Brow mM jauafly
oH tft tram Twu.
Ttre waa a bbaJI mm kf
': ij tbe ftrit and tc-
tlb't to deid tbe cbaBpiotsibip
borrra. The tfrt ?m o. but dur-
ice tia two of ttetr ea wtre
pn'.i; aAoai;jr tejvreO. Oacar Jiei-
k.k. tatcber. aa4 Rvaaell Marma
third .baseman raa together for a
turn ar a4 prcttr tdry
Tberw It a fot-d acctlas ia prog?tf
J W Jotaaoa bai marMd i.o
the Plctjena eovarty cotiTeiiUoa
Ma)ora i: Ptol- art aakisg a:
dltioa to their Kin at tbU place
Masy of wt iple are attending
tLt picnic at HWtOD today.
7 U CarpBtx asd fateily baT
gone to the Choctaw Nation for a few
It IamoiM am mor&ed Iroa a
trip u South McAletter.
J C Pierte left yesterday for TUb-
. re was an ice cream iuppr last
W fc' J R. Cbatnut'i. Several
' f the Grahaaa joaat; -ople
were tbere and all pretest bad a
Dr Dob Wilioa it baildlnf; a new
WriRht fc W'keraoo. ar building a
new gin plant at tbl place
Attention Butinets Men.
Every business man and property
wner In the town Is urgently request
ed to meet at tbe city ball Friday
evening Aug S. at S o'clock. Ilusi-
ue of vital importance to every cit
izen of Ar.licoro. Come out every
body and bring somebody with you
This meeting is for the purpose of
deviling ways and means for bring
ing cotton to ArJmore. l-2t
M M. Elliott has movod hla shining
parlor luto the building formerly oc-
cupied by C. D DavI and lxmJon
tiros' tailoring establishment will oc
cupy the place Jointly with Mr El
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DISPATCHES TO RUSSIAN EMPER
OR CREATE DESPAIR
(Jpar.t Mirth Steadily On DrM.13
j Rtftfiaa Army Eefwt Them a.Td
Ca?tri)i Tnr Goat .tJ
mcr af a Etwfy Ffcj.-.t.
St Petersburg. Anst I The corre-
tpoodeat of the Associated Tri
btsvt that Xsaperor Nicholas hat Jt
received a telefrasa at Peterhos coe-
taialag aiarssiar si.
It to also reported that Tleerer
Alexjeff who had go&e to Harbia oa
bis way to Vladivostok returaed to
Uao Taot yesterday aad coafv-.-ed
with Oe&- Karopatkij regardi&r the
Tokio. Aof 3 Tbe Japaaet de-
Umrt tk Rosaaaaa at Towtcbac
(SiBxmcbwf) aad drore them toward
Via Cbenp la a aharp abt which
caa hit Saturday aa ended Suaday.
Th Raiitast lost A dead aad fix
OkMral KuroW telegraphed that in
tht;two days" fighting at 7asg Tza
Uga and Yuth Ulin Tru lt loatea
tlx oStr Villed t!xten it
ce.-t wooade4 and i0 men killed and
Hia Cheng. Aug. 3 In consequence
of the deperau? flgfatlcg in tbe last
fe-- days the Jspeuieee turning move
ment the RasMans were compelled
to evacuate Hal Cheng and fall back
on Acstan Shan.
Liao Yaag Aug 3 The P.ussiass
attempted (o push back a numerical
ly superior force of Japanese from
Kucblat July 31 resulted In an ad
mttted Ru?-slarj lose of 1000 men.
St. Petersburg. Aug 3. The assas-
sin of M. Plehve in a partial confes
sion mvs he was once a school teach
er but refuses to give bis name.
St. Petersburg Aug. 3. In a dlE
patch to tho emperor dated Aug. 2
Gen. Kuropatkln aayi:'
"Our troops have retired from Hal
C&eng along the road toward Ansban
Shan. The movement was accom-
plished In perfect order and the ene
my did not disturb us.
"The terrible heat ca$ caused many
sunstroke. There- in no serious news
from the Bastern front."
You won't -e counting the days to
come before the first if your earnings
are properly flnancej after each pay
Thr I'ntlt-ut'i Utcntr.
Physician-1 told you to come thret
times a wnk. Why b&veu't you been
here for five duyr.? Patient Hecaute 1
haven't tun feeling well enough.
Clnclonuti Coiiuui rclul Tribune.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of the Interior CommlB-
Mori to the Five Civilized Tribes
Chickasaw Land Office Tishomingo
I. T. Chickasaw Allotment Contest
Overton 1-avers contestant vs. W.
A. Walker Administrator of the
Kstate of Burrls John Deceased
Lena John and other heirs oi Ilur-
rls John deceased contostees.
Notice of contest.
I-nnd in controversy: IM 14 sec-
tion 14. T C S. It. S W.
The heirs Hurris John deceased
oontestees In the above entitled and
numbered cause are hereby notified
to appear before the commission to
the live Civilized Tribes at Its offlie
In TWiomingo I. T . on tho first day
of September. 1&04 at 9 o'clock a. ra
to answer the complaint of Overton
I-avorn. contestant regarding the
clnlm of sali Overtou I-ivers to take
p allotment the tract of land above
Dated this day of 1904.
TUB COMMISSION TO TUK FIVE
T U NEEDLES.
27 -C Commissioner In Charge.
We Offer ONE . FOURTH OFF on our new
And Summer Suitings at One-Half Off
Place your Order Now.
W. H. Byrd & Company
Tailors and lieterdashcrs
Speal St 'rrteo.
7 pMor of -h Ceatral Baptist
t-- h will deliver d'insc tbe asmth
ot A a series of senaoas om
Cirftiaaity aad Modern Life."
These sersaoae will fc delivered at
the refular Saaaay aacralag frviee.
The foUowiar tre the taesaee ot the
Christiaalty a4 tte MorU Life of
-ChrlMteaity aad Ur Prahtem (
Joy aad Sorrow 1st Ufe"
ChrtstlaaJty tad fhe Social ufe
-Chrtttlaalty aad the IsteUectui
Ptot of Maa."
Soath McAlester 1 T. AtJg. .
&3ectioc retaras indicate that Oreea
McCunaia has beea re-elected jover-
aor of be CbcKtaw Nation to succeed
h:Et-'.f an! 'ha t ta re-:veci two
c- -a- I z.- at 'or 7 W H'Jn-
Py Gj. ct Bros
Ch.'ago 111 Aag
lag quotatioas were
4 The fellow-
made oa the
market here today
Jn- Feb 5.17 514
Feb. Mar 5.n
Mar. April 6 15
Jn;y Aup 5 SO 5 75
Aor. tept 6.62 6.59
Sept. Oct 5 37 5.3t
.Oct. Nov S.'.ti 5.22
Nov. Dec 5 17 5. IS
Dec. Jan 6.16 6.15
8potB 6 00
New York Futures.
Aug 10.16 10 :5
Hept 9.59 9 17
Oct 9 36 9.31
Dec 9 33 9.31
Jan 9 3S 9.S6
Dec 93 5 8
May 95 3 4
Sept 51 1-2
Dec 4S 18
May 47 3 4
33 7 6
34 3 S
36 3 6
Sept 12 92
Local Grain Market.
The following are the local market
prices today for small grain-
Wheat 756 EOc.
The startling announcement that a
preventive of suicide had been dificov
ered will interest many. A mn cown
sysVm. or despondency invariably
-recedes suicide and something has
beet found that will prevent that con
dition which makes suicide likely
At the first thought of self-destruction
take Electric flitters. It being
a great tonic and nervine will
strengthen the nerves and build up
tho system. It's al6a a great Stomach
I.'ver Mid Kidney regulator. Only
50c Satisfaction guaranteed by City-
Drug fatore W. B. Frame.
On August 9 and 23 and September
13 and 27 the M . K. & T. railway will
sell excursion tickets from St. Louis
Hannibal Kansas City Junction City
and intermediate points In Missouri
and Kansas to points In Indian Terri-
tory s. Oklahoma and Texas at the ex-
tremely low rate of 115 for tbe round
trip. Tickets good 21 days frcm date
of sale with liberal stop-over privi-
leges. You have friends In the old states
you want them to visit you or you
want them to come and see what the
Southwest Is and what it offers Why
not write them and acquaint them
with the low rate excursions"? If ycu
watt 'I'm-.ture to send them it will
U rheerully furnished by addressing
DATES FOR HOLDING COURT.
In the United States Court fer the
S oaf-am Distils'-
or tfc act rf conrrt atiud MAn
SUtes Judres la the ladlxo Territo
ry .aad for other warpWM apafowd
iprU . 104 It is-o.-wA.-ed:
That there aball he tare terms of
cosut held ta the Seaihera district
at eaea cots::. a jcovMed hy w at
tbe Uaw aad for tie teras herels-
after stated. Basely:
Flr: A fera for tie trial of crlo
SepL I to Sept- 24; three
TtoaoaUaga Sept. ! to Oct. IS;
Chiekaaha Oct. 17 to Oct. !; two
Ryas Oct. 31 to Not. 12 two
Pauls Valley. No. 14 to Doc. 3.
P-ircell. Doc. to Doc. 17. two
Marietta. Dec. 19 to Dec. 24 ore
Marietta Jaa. 2 to Jan. 7; cae
Ardaore Jaa. 5 to Feb. 11 five
Second: A tera for' the trial of civ
Ada Oct. 31 to Not. 19 tiree
Tistoainso Nov. 21 to Dec. 10
Chickasha. Dec 12 to Dec. 24 two
Ryan Jan. 2 to Jan. 14 two weeks.
Pauls Valley Jan. 16 to Feb. 11
Purcell Feb. 13 to Feb. 25 tw.-
weeks. Marietta Feb. 27 to Mar. 11 tw-
weeks. H I I I I H I I I
INSURANCE AGENTS I
Office over first Natlooil Eiak
Bookkeeping and Shorthand
together with all tbt nuittr arca.iy rmtnctd id a bigbcralr.
up to-date tolDef c arnr are tausLt con itcrcogb y fractlcally
acd mccmfally In
... foresee SELVIDGE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. P.Selvidge A. M. M. Accts. Pres. Ardmore I. T. and Gainesville Ti.
oo-oooo woeoeoe i
You will do well to Investigate if you need any-
thing in the Machinery Line
Jones & Taylor Iron Works
DO A GENERAL LINE OF
214 -1th Ave. S. W.
sjssmssmssmisssssw oeoe .tt
THE WALL SCHOOL
HONEY UROVE TEXAS
Mnj jeadlDc col)ece nod nnlrerllle accept It gradual on certifl-
calf wltbost namlsitlon Kapid and tboroagb prok-reim. Study ball at Dlcbt
library and readlDL room Hone cd Christian InDuencei. Indlvhlaal atten.
tloo- .No o"D Y. M C. A. Kind but Arm discipline. ltlKb and bealtbtul
location athletic field tennl count trymaasturo hot and cold batbi. llulld.
lotro equipped wltb waterworks elecrlclty telepbone and otber modern con
venleDcer. fl.'G to IfV per year. For our Illustrated catalogue and calendar
S. V. WALL
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ii 1 a issssssssss msii 11 1 w 1 1 nit sssi n
lliflflflflHflHflf . i T B5i-' Ci'i
DRS HARDY & McNEES Proprietors
Large clean airy well-lighted rooms. Equipped with
every modern convenience. Surgical Diseases and
Diseases ot Women are criven special attention.
Trained nurse in attendance. Charges reasonable.
Ardmore Mar 13 to April S foot
Third: A term for trial of crim-
inal aad civil cases the length cf
Uaat to be devoted to each to be In
the Jlsc.-etloa of the judge holding
Ada Feb. II to Mar. 11 four weeks.
Ttehoatngo Mar. 13 to Apr. 8 fc-Hr
Chic-kasha Apr. 10 to Apr. Z? three
week?. rt -y-
Ryss May 1 to May SO threo
PaoU Valley May 2 to July 1 six
Purcell Apr. 10 to Apr. 9 three
Marietta. May 1 to May 20 threo
Ardascre May 22 to July 1 or Ion-
Etr.' HOSEA TOWNSEKD Jndge.
John H. Morgan Camp U. C. .V.
will hold its regular meetings ca the
eecoad Sunday in each month at the
city hall at 3 o'clock p. a. All old
J. V7 OOLLEDQE. Com.
G. H. BRUCE Adjutant
We sell only the best fruit Jars
and will appreciate your traJe. J. B.
Spragics & Co. 15 d&w
Now is the time to have vonr
boots Bcnnd or Repaired Many
valuable books and papers have
gone iuto tbe waste basket on ac-
count of b&iLc do bindery in tbe
city. Special'- of binding Sbet
Music. Call or phone Shannon
Print ioc Co Respectfully
James N. Copeland.
4-tt 4 U I I H I I MH'tt
Ardmoke Ind. Ter. $
11 I 1 I l -C-H-l- I H' l i l H--H"t-
Unlimited Scholarship $40
ARDMORE I. T.
Principal Box 300 D Series A.
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