The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 232, Ed. 1, Friday, August 5, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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fTljc Pailn rDinoreilc.
lnllloli..1 rvcrv nfiPrniwin fPXt'Otit
Bnturdny and Stimlny noruliiK
OHUo of )ultl Atlo. Nurtli Wash
SIDNEY 8UGG9 Proprietor.
BiitiTinl at t tit I'ostolhte nt Ardmoro
its Socoiid-rlnsi Moll Mnttor.
Nnvtuubvr 2 ISM.
(Payable In Advance).
The OTFICIAL NCWSPAPEnof Uio
rjnltod Stntiu Court lor I lie Southern
District. Indian Torruory. aibo iur
hlitlinnn' Rl)pk AftVOClntlOll Of
U)o Indian Territory nnd Uio olllclal
oriran of the city.
Any orwnwim rofltHMon uion tho
ohariictor r p-putHtlon of nny lHirson
wlileh mn bo prlnu-d In tho Ardmoro-
Itc or ativ aitlcle- hl on roports
that nrt faN.- will Khv.ly bo corrotod
If bmmrht to the nuuitlon of the
Gulf Colorado &. Santn Fe Railway.
Oalvtwloii & ClilcHRo lix S:t0 n. m.
Cloburm? & K C. Kx 4.10 p. in.
rtalrtwton Chlcnuo Kx.. 12:35 n. tn.
Cloburn & K. C ICx 11:60 p. m.
Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf Railway.
Arrivo nt Ardamre 1:10 p. m.
U'bvo Ardmoro 3:20 p. m.
Locnl JrelBht iKrryniK pnwwiuKors
Arkansas . Choctaw Railway.
Lcavo Ardmoro dull 8:30 a. in.
Ait. ArdmoMi dally 12:10 p. m.
lionvo Ardmoro dally 2:3r. p. in.
Arr. Ardmoro dully 6:25 p. in.
Mixed train Lv. Ardmoio. .6:00 n. in.
Mixed trnlii Ait Ardincro. .0:00 p. m.
All ITnItod States n nllw closo 30
Minutes prior to train time.
Hereafter tlio mulls will ho closed
at 9 p. in. Instead of S p. m aw form-
oriy. i) iu:nrn:u). v. m.
Ubc the lxint! Dlstonco Telepliono
and cnll up Thono Ni. C If you want
Ardmore Friday August 5 190-4.
HOME NEWS WHILE AWAY.
Subscribers to the Daily Ardmorclte
away during the summer may have
the paper mailed regularly each day
to any address at the rate of 50 cents
a month. Address changed as often
as desired. While out of town the
Ardmorelte will be to you like a dally
letter from home.
Now comes tho information that Ire
too. Ik full if norm and tlie physl-
ilamt ndvlve boiling before ufelug.
If Tntsgiirt does not tiiR the elector-
al vote for the Detiioernts this fall
then there's nothliiK In a name
A Jockey lot Ills roll of $2500 at
the track tho other day To home
people sutTi a loss might be serious.
The man who can draw a crowd 1b
not neves wir II y jMpular There Ih al-
wnys a throng In the wake of the dog-
llllliu Root sh's positively he will
not be a Republican candidate for
governor of New York. Root never
did like to play the loll of martyr or
Hi-hop Henry C. Totter dedicated a
salin In New York City Tueeday by
nn cio'Hnic addr. The place u to
sill pure liquors only. Uvldontly the
bishop believes In righting the devil
with bis own rtr.
In his pvh acce;itlng the Prohi-
bition nomination for president Dr.
siIrh p. Swallow yesterday came out
foarloMily and flat-foi'ied agHlnst the
(Uktom of pHwnlnic the baby's shoes
atui the family lltble to buy rum.
soon as Roosevelt arrived In
'Washington the report was sent out
tint he will be conservative with
RiivKla smt she must make reparation
Kr tho sjstxutv if that American ves-
sel Merjy a demonstration of the
sak softly but carry a big stick
Mr. Kurt's spech notifying ena
tor rtrbitks of his nomination Is
er vseaft attack uihmi the Democrat.
k uomlnee for the same oiBce be-
cHitse of his age. It Is not even logl-
' al For' example he declares that
Senator iMvls "shares the common
i-'t of uMtrtsUs" when. If this were no
be would have died when SI years
' nice Some men die young and
me do not. The Democratic noml-
ii' e does not.
The Ardmore Dry Goods company'
m it is closed today while the com-
ihi Is takin. InveatitT prepantory
( 'scinf w o Dietaier in as maaa-
1 1 in
r to inched Joan Bearl. n
mp"v fio.es to finish
Tin- Imn nil of Inbni nt Waslilntdon
linn roicntlj" lsnii-1 n bulletin treat-
Iiik on i be rout ) IIIiik In lh' year
HUi.t. which the DemarrNth will use
f r cainpnlKn' purponen. mnkliiK prom
inent Mime of the figures rontnlued
(herein to show that notwithstanding;
tbe:v has been nn ndvnnre. of waeH
during the pint few yews
the coat of IIvIiik has kept nhend of
the wage advance. The Inquiry of
PommlMknor Wrlitlit shows that
nearly ono-hiilf of tlie total yearly ox-
pemllturo of a family nowadays Is for
food the exncl-proportion being 12.80
per cent. Thirteen per cent goes fir
rent. I per cent for fuel II t'r cent
for olotlilim 3 per cent for ftiralturi
2:50 per i-eut for tlrkneM anil the
tmlnme scattered among n doteu dif-
The iH-inooratB have only lo sratlicr
the ntntlatlcs of former years and
iwrnllel ilnm wltb this report. The
talilcn will xbow the iNborlns; man
that Itepubllmn prosperity It limited
to certain i lniws.
Tlie paper Is a true IniW of the
fltianclKl condition of n city and of
firms When . a firm Is prosperous
and keeps up It tttoek of tood It
wishes the jH?oplp to know Hint fact J
and uses the paper to tell them so.
It Is not In human nature for any one
to have a tine stock of eoods of which
lieMias a Jutt right to be proud with
out tolling tho people nlxiut It. If the
stock Isipoflr and the merchant dis
couraged and dyspeptic he will seek
seclusion nnd growl nt his luck. The
enterprising optimistic merchant who
Is full of hope advertises. It Is a
pleasure to buy from tfioso men. They
have no story of hnrd times to tell
hut glory in their huslnesa nnd are
nlwayH hopeful. Trade with the man
who advertises If you wish to be
Senator) livlrhnnks follows the load
of Messrs. Root. Roosevelt Co. and
ilalms that the ;olttlcnl party It
whUdi.he belougH Is the source of al-
most all the blessings that have fall
en to Rio human race ills state
ments nre grammatical and dignified
In tone.ibut none the less o.xtravngant.
He ilalms that tho Republican party
gave to tho country the gold stand
ard when ns everybody knows. rMr.
CTFveland has been hangou In elllgy
a hundred times over for doing that.
lie Insists that antl-tmst laws have
been rigidly enforced when anybody
In America can olnt out scores ol
trusts In charge of the most Import-
ant lines of business. Ho concludes
with the assertion that "wo havo
pence and great prosperity at home."
when there are revolution in full blast
In Colorado industrial turmoil In
Pennsylvania and Massachusetts nnd
open and contfnuotis Insurrections In
Illinois His speech is merely a repe
tition of the assertions of Mr. Hoot
and other campnlgn tencUers News.
NEWS OVER THE 'PHONE.
.Prank Fronsloy is here from Ard
V. H. Kskew Is cm the sick list.
John Md'herson and wife are hure
frvtn Mlssuwlppl visiting friends and
Frank Cobb aud Will Akers aro to
leave vn for a visit to Galveston.
The tirst and second baseball ulnos
of this place played a very Interesting
game bere yesterday score 4 to 3 In
favor of the second team.
A great deal of Interest is being
manifested tn the union meetlug
which Is being; conducted at this place
We are having plenty ct nun ana
th crop prospects atOerfect.
We had a blue rain here yester.Tny
T. B. Kelts and family of Karl are
bere visiting friend and relative.
Hlgoraln here yesterday.
during the rain here yesterday
tlKatnlng struck near the homo of
Mr. Vllser. shooaTng several members
of tfcjt) famiTy. hjMt not seilously.
TsWcltlaens are busy worklns; '
roadaud making bridges for the fall
.ill hc M'uutrtl.
"St.e s a ioeiy girl anU so simple In
her tsste I told her that ! hadn't
much of au income yet. hut that t
bopod l eould prvvtUe for her every
' AthJ what did she smyr
"She sid that would he all hs eoukl
ak."-Cleflsu4 ltaln iWler
Thf Invitation to be happy l extend-
ed to as all. but that we may be happy
we must be kind. -Schoolmaster.
- the best fratt Jars
It jwr trade. J B
w. IS dw !
SENATOR HOAR STRICKEN.
Became Suddenly and Seriously III
at His Home Alarm Felt.
Worcester. jMiisk. Aug 4 beimtor
(leorge F lionr who )4n his 79th
year has boon taken suddenly 111 nt
his home n Oak avenue. His tinox-
pectotl IIInesH hns greatly alarmed
the household and hla condition U
Tho senator's daughter Miss Mnry
Hoar who has boon at Pigeon Cove
was smmnohed by wire.
At tho senator's homo MIkh Hoar
refused to give out nnythlng' concern.
Ing her fnther tnan tho fact fhe ihe
was holdlngnilH own.
Waco's First Bale.
Wnco Tox. Aug. I Tho Orst
bale of MclAMinnn efmnty cotton
raised by Adolph Drnyer was sold to-
day to Tlios. Taylor bringing 17c.
Thf cotton clnsswl ns strict middling
ntid was sold at auction by the Wa-
co Ruslness Men's Club. Sid Herx act-
ing aocrotniT. doing duty as auc-
tioneer. Bad Indian Arrested.
Atoka I. T.. Aug. I Rallied Uw-
Is captain of tho Crasy Snake band
was arrested In tho mountains east
of this city yesterday by the Indian
police for Inciting opposition to the
arbitrary allotting tommlshloii re-
cently sent Into the field for tlio pur-
IKise of allotting members of the
Snakes who had refused to take tholr
allotments. There hns been more or
lesB'wnr talk among this band of In-
dians but.Tieretoforo there hns been
no active sfops taken to prevent those
who wished to file from so doing and
tho commission hnR nutlclpatedf no op
position to nrbltrnry filings. How
ever In fills Instnnce tho Indians are
arming themselveH timl have threat
ened tlio - fluid commission nnd havo
made a show of force that has caused
considerable uneasiness among the
friends of the little army now In the
field henco Iho step taken yesterday
for tlie puriKise of nipping tho Insur-
rection In the bud.
Mail Robbery in Muskogee.
Muskogee 1. T.. Aug. 4. Several
packages of United Stntos mall were
found on the streets here this morn-
ing. Investigation showed thai two
sacks had boon cut. evidently at the
depot before starting to the postolllco.
It Is known that some registered let-
ters were tnKen.
Wo enrry a full line of the light
running Mollne ond tho celebrated
Mitchell wagons. Call and get -inr
nivuNs. comix & frexsuiy.
When tho morcury In the thermome-
ter reaches the dlny height of 100 a
Quick Meal gasoline Etovo becomes a
necessity lllvens Cornn & Fronsley
K Shea traveling auditor of the
Rock Island railroad and J. X Chan-
dler traveling nudltor cf the Frisco
railroad. were in the city yesterday
Inspecting this place Jointly and seem-
ed highly pleased with the condition
of things pertaining to their roads
h'ere. and say that everything Is In
The Frisco System will Issue dur-
ing the summer months tourist round-
trip tickets to various resorts nnd lo-
cationsthe mountains lakes and
seashore at greatly reduced rates
with ample return limit.
Call i u nearest agent or address
rassengcr Tratllc Department
' DAILY ARDMOREITE.
W' or ONE - FOURTH OFF ou our new
And Summer.Suitings at One-Half Off
Place jour Order Now.
W. H. Byrd Company
Tailirs and Haberdashers
TUSKAHOMA PARTY WINS.
Green McCurlaTfi Elected ns Governor
Ir Choctaw Nation.
Atokn I. T. Aug I The nntloual
election In tho Chortnw Xntlun yes
terday for governor senntor repre-
sentntlve and all ether district and
fhtinty olllcers was a decided victory
for the Tuskahoina party.
Orti-n McCurtnln headed tho ticket
for cTilof nnd wns elected by big ma-
jorities' In most nil the districts. Ato-
ka vcounty went 17C majority for Mc-
Curtnln and tho ticket with one pre-
cinct which Is a McCurtnln strong-
hold to licnr from; Toboxy county
gave McCurtnln 150 majority Klnml-
tla gave him 60 Red River 09 nnd
Ditto 23 mnjorlty. Tho TuskaV.oma
ticket with Dave Hodges as an ex-
ception was elected by nbout two to
Atoka wag full of India nail day.
but wns (pilot and orderly. This Is
the last election for chief In the Choc-
tuw Xntlon nnd n gronttlenl of Inter-
est wns manifested In the election.
Snap in Buggies.
We hnve a few second hand buggies
In good repair fitted out with side
springs and most suitable for country
driving. They are selling very cheap.
(Dy Gulllot Dros.)
Cnlcago. 111. Aug. 5. Tho follow-
ing quotations were made on the
market hero today:
Jan. Feb 6.18 5.20
Feb. Mar 6.19 5.20
Mnr. April 5 21
July AUjf 5 70 5 7fi
Aug. Hept 6.62 6 60
Sept. Oct 5 38 5.311
Oct. Nov 6.'Jtl 6.28
Nov. Dec 6 22 5 24
Dec. Jan 5.1S 6.21
Spots 0 02
New York Futures.
Aug- ... 10.05 10.02
Sept 9.S1 9.90
Oct 9 66 9.74
l)ec 9 63 9.69
Jan 9 65 9 71
New Orleans Futures.
Auk 10. IS 10.27
Sept.. 9.72 9.74
Ora ; 9 4S 9 52
Uec 9.43 9 60
Jan 9 4S 9 66
Spots 10 3 S
Hops Cattle Sheep
Oblcago 18003 3600 6000
K. 0 6500 4 000 500
Ouinna 3.500 1400 2 700
Uog opened weak to 6 lower 4.200
left over. Receipts year apn 23 000
Mixed 6.10 6.55; good 5 20 6.50;
rougb 4.S5 6 00; light 6 20 6.&0-
Cuttle ana sheep steady.
Wheat Open. Close.
Sept 97 1 S 97 5-S
Dec 97 1-8 97 5-8
May P9 7-6 9S 3 S
Sept 62 3-4 52 1-S
Dec 45 7-8 IS 3-4
May 4S 1-4 4S
Sept 34 33 3' S
Dec 35 34 1-4
May 3K5 4 35 7-S
Sept 12 90 13 77
Fcpt 7.60 '7 62
Local Grain Market.
The following are-the local market
prices today for small gralo-
Some people appear to be afraid
that there will- not be truth enough
to go around.
! Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all
! diseases arising from disordered kid-
neys or bladder Bonner & Bonner
SPEAKING OF WELLS.
Mr. Davidson Will Begin Work In
Ardmore In Ten Days.
John Davidson who lias contracted
With the Ardmore Oil Gas and Coal
company lo sink a 2000-fcot tesUn:ell
In the city limits of Ardmore yas
hero .this morning. He has erected
tho derrick on the proposed site on
Judge Townsond's property In the
northwest portion of the city. Mr.
Davidson had intended to ship ma-
chinery from the Tofonfo Kan.
fields but that section of country be-
came lnumlntcd duriui: tho Kniisns
Hoods iiniFto move the boilers became !
an Impossibility tor a series of
months. Ho then resorted to tho al-
ternative of shipping from Corslcana
Texas. After 'tho machinery had
been shipped a wreck occurred In
the yards at Fort Worth knocking the
enr from the track and damaging the
bt Her. Repairs were undertaken In
that city at once and tlitr shipment
will nrrlvo here next week. Mr. Da-
vidson wns notified at Corslcana tho
lOTter was eent to Kansns then to
I'urcell henco Mr. Davidson did not
Team for several days of tho misfor-
tune nnd he had expected tho ar-
rival of his machinery here when he
came. Tho machinery will be install-
ed and boring will begin on August
15. In tho meantime Mr. Davidson
will be at I'urcell.
The I'urcell well Is about 1600 feet
the. drill Is In salt water shale with
very fine prospects of a rich flow.
Since Mr. Davidson was here he has
brought In a D0-barrel well at To-
In speaking of the Ardmore field
he said tho prospects are no better
nnywhere. The Indications for both
oil and gns are excellent. There will
probably Eo no gushers but wells pro-
ducing from 20 fo 200 barrels dally are
far better for rile town than giUUers.
The former attract tho conservative
Investor while tho latter bring the
Mr. Davidson Is of the opinion that
property Values In Ardmoro will grow
much better between now and the
first of the year but he does not pre-
dict that tho town will be overdone
and be forced to decline.
tOPilhscouiihatid baklrluDifii I
Subscribe for tho Axdmorelto.
Bookkeeping and Shorthand
tocetber wltb all the nudlen ofonllr tmhrsrvd In a blwti'k'rarie
up to-date tiuflDen conrir are taugbt moil iborouKbly. liracilcally
and mccenfullj- Id
Write for catalogue
G. P.Selvldg'e A. M. M. Accts. Pres.
5 You will do well to Investigate if you need any-
thing in the Machinery Line
Jones & Taylor Iron Works
DO A GENERAL LINE OF
2M 4th Ave. S. W.
4 f -
DRS HARDY & McNEES Proprietors
Liree clean airy. well-lis?hted rooms. Equipped with
every modern convenience. Surgical Diseases and
Diseases ot Women are civ en special attention.
Trained nurses in attendance. Charges reasonable.
fo sT sffcDltrf A VT
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of the Interior Commis-
sion to the Five Civilized TrlbW
I. T. Chickasaw Allotment Contest
Overton Lavors contestant vs.- W.
A. Walker Administrator cf tho
Estate of Rurrls John Deceased
Lena John nnd other heirs of Uur-
rls John deceased contostccs.
Notice of contest.
Jaml In controversy: I-ot 14 sec-
tion 14. T. C S. R. S W.
The heirs cf Hurrls John deceased
contest ees In the above ontltlod and
numbered cause are hereby notified
to appear before the commission to
(he Five Civilized Tribes at Its offlco
in Tishomingo I. T. on the first day
of Soptember 1004. nt 9 o'clock a. m.
to answer the complaint of Ovorton
leavers contestant regarding tho
claim of said Overton Layers to tako
In allotment the tract of land aboTO
Dated this day of 1904.
THE COMMISSION TO THE FIVB
T. IJ. NEEDLES
27-w-C. Commissioner In Charge.
intending visitors to St. Louis dur-
ing the World's Fair can assure them-
selves satisfactory rooming accommo-
dations through the Merchants' Ser-
vice Company at a nominal expense.
Tor particulars apply to nearest FrlB-
to System agenL ' I6tf
John H. Morgan Camp U. 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. GOLLEDOE Com.
G. IL BRUCE. Adjutant
Now i- the time to have vour
books Bouud or Repaired. Many
valuable books and pnpers have
roup into the waste basket on ac-
count of having no bindery in the
city. Specialty of binding Sheet
Music. Cull or phone Shannon
Printing Co Ilespoctfullv
James N. Copeland.
Unlimited Scholarship $40
SELVIDGE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Ardmore I. T. and Gainesville Tx.
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