The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 306, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 2, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore Wednesday November 2
UP THE LADDER.
Interesting Career of an Indian Terri-
Herman C. Shultz vice-president and
cashier of thu First National bank o
Tishomingo I. T. was elected to liU
present position after nn extensive ex-
porlcnco In various bankB.
Sevon years ago Mr. Schtiltz was
vent to Woodward Ok. by the Nation-
al Hank of Commerce Kansna City
and remained thero to tnko a iwsltlon
with a largo meicnntlle company and
banking bouse. About n year later be
resigned theii holding tlio olllco of
deputy treasurer of Woodward county
Ohlnhoma to accept n iHisltlon In the
Washita County Statu Hank of Moun-
tain View Ok. Klvo months Inter ho
was elected nwlalnnt cashier of the
Valley Stnto Hank of Cloud Chief Ok.
which bank ho liquidated and consoli-
dated with tho Flint National Hank of
Mountain View. Ho remained with
the bnnk until February. 11)02 when he
was transforrod to Hobart Ok. an as-
sistant cashier of tho llobart National
Hank and resinned shortly afterwards
to become secretary ' A. H. Dunlnp.
president of the First National Hank
Tishomingo I. T.. with headquarters
nt Hie First National Hank of lloldcn
vllle I. 'P.. In which capacity h look
temporary charge of the Stale Hank of
Henrietta. 1. 'P.. the Stnto Hank of
Mill Cieek. I. T and opened the State
Hank nt MeDermott. I. T. (now Oke
innh. I. T..) lining tho p-mlllou of
In .Inly 1002 Mr. SchulU was trans-
ferred to tho First National Hank ot
Addlngton. 1. 'P. as cashier nicrtliiK
with great success and In December
1903. he was elected vice-president of
the First National Hank of Tishomingo
I. T.p nnd has recently been made
cashier In nddlMon.
Mr. Schults has always made a
study of tho different banks he has
been connect! with paying particu-
lar attention to the lonnv nnd dis
counts se'dom making any ks. II In
promotions have beentho reward of
merit. He Is 20 years old and n native
of Indlnnnpolls Ind.
Tho business of tho First National
nank of Tishomingo Is making grent
strides being conducted on a eoiuerv
atlvo bnsls. Since September 0 the
deposits have Increased $25000. Oc
tober Number Tho Hanking l.nw Jour
The. Cest Llnlnvnt.
vChnmborlnln's I'aln Halm Is con
sldcrctl tho best liniment on tho mark
ot." writes Post & Hllss of Georgia
VI No other liniment will heal a cut
or bruise so promptly. No oil or af-
ftinls such quirk relief from i'r euma
tie pains. No other is so vtii.int'le Tor
deap sented pains like lame back nnd
pains in the chest (live this iiniineu
a trial and you will never wish to be
without it. Sold by V. .1. Ramsey Ard
more Drug Co.. W. H. F'raino. Hon
ner & Honner.
H. a B. Beer
II. Hentz Co.
Atwood Violet a Co.
Button a Co.
We have recently been
elected members of the
New Orleans Cotton Ex-
change and having form-
ed a private wire connec-
tion with the above old
established (inns we fire
now in a position to offer
the trade nneqtialed fa-
cilities for the handling
of contracts for the fn-
tnre delivery of
s'pdal attention tflvon out of
We pay for till phone calls anil
tolcgrams giving nn positive or-
der' and tur executions will be.
found to be the very best that
condition of market nlTorrtn. dive
us a trial. Wo am llio oldest com-
mission bonee In the Territory.
ARDMORE I. T.
and GAINESVILLE. Texas.
Earl 1. T. Oct. 31. Wo bad a nice
rnln last week which settled tho dust
and nindo everyone feel better.
Wo have had one of the most fa-
it irablo seasons for picking cotton
ever noun nnd tho fleecy staple Is al-
most all picked In this part of the
T. U Jingle of I'rovenco was In town
Saturday on business
Hugh Caloway Is very sick
ThO Infant baby Of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Richard Cnthian Is dangerously 111.
Rov. J. W. Tonnlson preached last
night nt tub school tiouso to a largo
Thero is a movement on foot to
build a new school hous at this
Gcrmnn plated water
SPRAGIN3 & CO.
Tussy I T. Oct. 31. Mun Lenton
who has been very sick Is reported as
.ting somo better.
Quite a number of our peoplo arc.
suffering with chills.
Wo are now having flno weather for
gathering crops. Vs a result our people
arc very busy at work.
COTTON SEED MEAL.
Cotton sued ileal an J bulls for your
10-tf ARDMORE Oil. MILL.
When a man tells a woman a Joko
he usually has to follow It up with
Imported Ocrman plated dippers
wash pans etc. Will last a lifetime.
8PRAGIN3 & CO.
II. W. Dick ilyor
John L. Oalt Pollco Judgo
D E. Bookor Chief of Police
J. H. Mathers City Attorney
O. II. Hruco City Clorit
Frank Uutt Treasurer
SURE CURE FOR PILES.
Itching piles produce molsturo nnd
cause Itching this form as well as
blind bleeding or protruding piles
aro cured by Or. Ho-san-ko's Pllo Rem
edy. Stops Itching and bleeding. Ab- w n n. Vss'r Riid Collector
sorbs tumors auc u jar in uruKiBi. ..- nit.. q.vnlMf
... .. i... .....it 'Profitiim free. Write.00" Mcl.co City Scavenger
mo About your 'case. Or. Hosanko.'j. W. Moffott . .City Physician
Phlla. Pa. W. H. F'rnmo. druggist.
U M. Taonrtoi
ISO Becood Btrwt
Locisthxh Kt. April li lOS.
I hive betn wnk ud sickly for tlie past four years
mastd by Irrteularlty and carelessness retarding tho
Uwi of health but about Bve months so my condition
became rery m rlou. I had te?ere backache and luDered
constant dull pain In my head. I spent weary painful
days and miserable restless nights. Tht doctor told m
that I must hare patience.
His medicine did not boworer life me een temporary
relief and as I had been told of the curatlra qualities ot
Wine of Cardul I decided to try It.
I found that it rellered me of pain. As or seneral
health imnrored my other troubles were gradually di
minished and after fire .
weeks' use ot the Wine
of Cardul I was once
more a well and bappy
Wlno of Cardul regulates tho menstrual flow banishes headaches
backaches and bearing-down pains. Scvcro headaches bearing-down
pains indigestion loss of appctito and nervousness are symptoms of
femalo weakness and should be given prompt attention. If you are
troubled with menstrual irregularities do not let them run on. They
will certainly grow into dangerous and chronic troubles. Get a bottlo
of Wlno of Cardul and begin treatment at once.
All druggibts sell $1.00 bottles of Wino of Cardui.
Dixie. I. T Oct. 31. Rov. Taylor of
Ryan filled his regular appointment nt
Since the rain the dew has beon no
heavy that people could not begin cot-
ton picking before U or 10 o'clock. How-
ever It still continues to come In at
a lively rate.
Mr. Rice of Oroer county arrived
Sunday and Is visiting his daughter
Mrs. Robberson nt this plnce.
Mr. Ray of Ardmore was hero Sat-
urday on business for J. P. Mullen.
Among tho drummers wo note
Messrs. Cecil nnd Hlnnton of Ardmore.
Rev. Hroek hns gone to South Mc-
Alester to tho annual conference.
Mr. Hollabaugh Is visiting in Wis?
county Toxns this week.
Tho young folks wcro treated to a
social nt tho homo of Rov. Hutledge
Jpaturdny night nnd u singing at the
home of Mr. Taylor Sunday night.
Among tho sick wo noto ono of
Alex Johnson's children and Mr. Hall-
John Payno Is convalescing.
Mr. Robberson wont to jnco Sunday.
".1st of Aldermen.
First Ward J. S. McCbaren Rube
Second ward J. 3. Mulllns J.
Third Ward R. W. Ramlol J
Fourth Ward W
W. A. ailllam.
SPECIAL RAILROAD RATES.
-W. F. Whlf.ngtui ft&tf&&eW n sn
3 a Comet
FTnnncc Vonnlngtoti Whittlngtoa
Street and ulley Fraley Randol
Hardy and Whlttlngton.
Police Randoi Gilliam and Mullen
Fire Gilliam Pennington and
Waterworks Whlttlngton Fraley
Ordinance Mullen McCharcn and
Cemetery Randol Gilliam and Mr-
Charen. Sanitary McCharcn Fraley Mullen.
Improvement Hardy Whlttlngton
Randol and Fraley
T"3 " V In the. skv cornea
1 ri I S Y ths star of heallh
in ih... vmk ana
famous remedy ' weary despon-
does lor tho atom- A ri-rtdvsoenllc.
nch that which It V cur In it all
la unable to do tor .y stomach
Itself even If but troubles and
sllrrhtly disordered v niciiva
or overburdened. disorders.
F'oley's Honey nnd Tar for coughs
land colds; reliable tried and tested.
safe and sure. Runner & Honner.
Marrlngo l a lottery In which the
lucky bachelor draws a blank.
A now theory that Is proving sue-
coBsful In the cure of Coughs Lung
nnd Hronchlnl nffectlwiis Is offered In
lives' iJixatlvo Honey and Tar. This
remedy cuta tho mucous heals tho
Move KruQcr's Remains.
Tho Hague Nov. 1. The remains of
former President Kruger of the Trnns-
vaal republic who died In July last
were removed from the cemetery to-
day and taken to Rotterdnm for con-
veyance to South Africa on board tho
A woman's Idea of a congenial hus-
band Is one who lets Tier 7mvo her
own way In everything.
I T fir 3(1. Tim weather
Six wreaths from Queen Wllholmlna rnnf Inlina flno nml PoUon lcklllE Is
tho prince consort nnd former Prosl- nQn u ratc Tho
Board of Health.
Dr. J W. Uoffott city physician;
Drs. S. S. Carr J. W. Smith Walter
Hardy Mayor R W. Dlck.
The Parsonage and Home Mission
Society of the Broadway M. E. church
meets the first and third Tuesdays ot
-ach month at tho parsonage.
MRS. HESTER WOLVEUTON
St. Louis &. San Francisco H'y.
Coach excursions to St. Louis nn'd
Kansas City Tuesdays and Saturdays
of each week October 1 to November
'30 Limit seven days from dato.
'Loulslann Purchaso Exposition St.
Ixmls April loth to Nov. loth. Ratu
season ticket $28.40; sixty day $23.70;
15 day $10.75
W A. DASIIIELU
dent Steyen covered tho collln. Not
rnn in this section Is about three-
much public Interest was shown. 1 ..
A mortuary chapel has been propar- Ter(j mfl )ecn consUcr. frost
In this locality.
Pom Ovcrstreet of Cheek was hero
ed m the steamer covered with drnp
mombranous lining of tho throat Ing embellished with Inscriptions in
lungs nnd bronchial tubes; wards oft silver letters nmong them I fought to(ay
lhieumonla nnd strengthens tho Bys-he good fight. I finished my course I j u
tern generally. Croup nnd Whooping Kepi tne laim.
Cough disappear beforo Its uso as
now beforo tho sunr.hlno of spring.
It's pleasant. Sold by City Drug
Bryant was In town today.
Walter Petty visited nt Piko yester-
T llf. .lmtAlnnMaorr Jhottninnrli take' 0Mn of Cornls1' was hur0 aBt
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what week visiting his brother Henry
you eat. Sour stomach belching gas Quito a number of our people nre
on stomach and all disorders of tne ropi)rtc(l on (j10 sici; st.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the First
Baptist cuhrch weets with tho mem
bers each week.
MRS. A. H. MAYHEW Pres.
DAISY NICHOLS Sec.
supplies the natural
luiccs of digestion and
does ths work of the
stomach relaxing the
nervous tension while
ths Inflamed muscles
and membranes of that
orpan are allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
c!eiiiiii purifying and
strengthening the glands
membranes of the stom-
ach and digestive organs.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Tour Deiltr Can Supply Yea.
Battles only. M 00 CI;o holdlrf 1M times
the trill sire which sells for 50c.
Frttsrsd by E. C.DtWlTT t CO.. C0ICA00.
8old by all DnnssnsU.
G. C. & S. F. R'y.
International Livestock Exposition
Chicago 111. Nov. 20 to 28. Rate
i Coach excursions to St. IxjuIs and
Kansas City Tuesdays and Saturdays
of each week. October 1 to November
30. Limit seven days from dato.
( Ijulslana Furnace E: pOki'-toR St.
Louis Mo. April 15 to Nov. lb. Rate
season ticket $28.40. Sixty day tick-
et $23.70; 15 day ticket $19.75.
W. A. DASHIELL.
Rock Island Excursion?..
Coach excursions to St. Louis and
Kans'as City Tuesdays and Saturdays
of each week October 1 to November
30. Limit seven dnys from date.
I Louisiana Purchc30 Exposition SL
.Louis April 15 to Nov. 15. Unto sea-
Iron ticket $28.40; sixty day $23.70;
; IF '!ny $19.75.
W. A. DASHIELL.
The Aid Society of tho Cumberland
Presbyterian church meets overy Tues
day with ono of the members.
MRS. J. D. TANNER Pros.
and STATION WORK for RAILWAY
SERVICE. We will teach you
and RlirLNH tuition if situa-
tion is not assigned you.
l'or full particulars address
1ALLAS TELEGRAPH COLLEGE
Dallas Texas. m
Dr. Dade's Littlo Liver Pills euro
Liver Ills. Sold by City Drug Store.
Tho L. T. TVs meets every Sunday
afternoon from 3 to 4 at the First Pres
MISS MAUD TENNERY Pros.
Thoughts that disturb juen most stomach that aro curable arc Instant
never enter a woman's head.
Mothers Praise It.
Hot hern everywhere praise Ono Min
ute Cough Cure for tho suffering it
has relieved and the lives of their
little ones It has saved. A certain
cure for coughs croup and whooping
cough. A. I Spufford poHtmaster of
Chester Mich . says: "Our little girl
was unconscious from strangulation
during a sudden and terrible attack
of civuip. One Minute Cough Cure
tpiUkly relieved nnd cured her and I
cannot praise it loo highly." Ono Min-
ute Cough Cun- relieves coughs makes
breathing easy cuts out phlegm
drnws out Inllamatlon nnd removes
every cause of a cough and strain on
the lungs. Sold by all druggUt.
Iv relieved and permanently cured by
the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. S. 1 Can't wo put you up n heater or somo
P. Storrs. a druggist at 297 Main St. kind? Never mind what kind we have
New Hrltaln. Conn. says: "Kodol Dys- It NODLF3 HROS.
pepsin Cure is giving sucii universal
satisfaction nnd Is so surely becoming ... . i
tho positive relief nud subsequent cure i A woman's vlows of society depends
for this distressing nllment. 1 feel that on whether she Is outsldo or Inside.
I am always sure to satisfy and grati-i
fy my customers by recommending It cironi (inn. f old.
to them. I wrlto this to show How well w ..ccustomed to think of large
the remedy Is spoken of hero." Kodol . lllvlIltloll
Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after t' non " " ur " i
yea of scientific experiments and '' " ' " ' J'1
.vill .wltlv..lv ..ro nil Hlmnru'li troll- HoitRO of HuekHteml. In S;wae. cant
bles. Sold bv all dniKKlsts. I large gun and a pupil of hl. Thomas
In tho Jnlted States court In tho In
dian Territory Southern district.
Luolla Robinson vs. William C. nob-
The Aid Society of tho Central Bap- lnson' defendant. No. C02G.
tUt church meets every Tuesday at 3 The defendant. Wm. C. Robinson la
'clock with one of Its mombers wnrned to appear In this court in thlr.
MRS. BRUCE Pres. ty days and answer tho complaint of
the plaintiff Luella Robinson.
The Aid Society of tie Christian witness tho Honorublo Hosca Town-
church meets every Tuesday with one senJ jUiE0 0f gaij rourt and seal
of tho mombers. thnmnf thin 27th dav of Oct. 1904.
Johnson. In l.Mi.'i made for the Karl of
CiunlxM't.iiHl "forty-two cat.t es of
p..-it .ii-iliiiiii.'ti i.r li-An " 'Mies. woli?h
l win pay o iur uib ruiuiu in ...v.- ... w otl(K Klms .three Ions apiece
North Ardmoro of ono sorrol horse !imi WP im. ; hi(iwi-.l eiy Hue
of matrimony swamps about 16 hands high mnno a little sunnuh woiknituilili. All the wiielt
many a courtship.
curly loft hind foot injurod by wlro ing wax done with charcoal of wh'.i h
cut and branded on left hip with flguro
Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse.
Perhaps you have timer thought
of It but the fact must be apparent
to everyone that constipation Is cnus-
ed by a lack of water In the system
and the use of drastic cathartics like
the old fashioned pills only make a
bad matter worse. Chamberlnln's Stom
ach nnd Liver Tablets are much moro
mild nnd gentle In their effect and
chin the proper doso Is tnkon thoir
ntilon Is so natural that one can naru
1) roaltzu that It Is the effect of a
midlclno. Try a 26c bottle of them.
Fvr salo by F. J. Ramsey. Ardmoro
Drug Co. W. B. Frame Honner &.
Polltoness The golden key- that un
locks tho door to many a golden op
Chamberlain's Stomach and LIvor
Tablets aro becoming n favorlto for
stomnch troublos nnd constipation
For salo by V. J Ramsey. Ardmore
"Drug Co. W B F rame Honner & Hon
Liberal reward for Information lead
ing to his recovery.
A. N. AVERYTT
P. O. Box 452
24-lC wl Ardmore I. V.
Lnrgost stock porfect workmanrtilp
and lowest price riaco your oruer
with us for tallor-mndo suits and
trousors. J. J. oiuui-a.
7 -3 m
Hoes' Honey and Tar Is different
'rom all other romedlos offored for
'ie benefit of cough lung and bronch
il troubles. It contains antiseptic
Dioportlos nnd destroys tho gonns
mil bolvent properties that cut tho
-Illegal allowing it to bo thrown off
nt vp3 the bowels gently. Cures
n.iin Whooping Cough and Colds In
-ne uight Sold by City Drug Store
It took throe tons to hliielt each tun ot
Iron. Also all the ore was carried from
the mine on park horn which took n
load of aim-it KIK) pounds each. The
Immense amount of labor and conse-
ijuent expense may be Imagined
The lliirrlni- in u .MiinciiI
The buperstlilon that iibsocmtes the
horseshoe with goml luck Is very old
It is said to prevail not only among
ICnglltsh speaking people but In nil
races of lCurope and Asia. Antlqua
rles are undecided whether Its origin
has to do wall the material from which
the horseshoe Is made or with Its
shape. Some writers on this subject
have surmised that the lucky qualities
attributed to the horseshoe were de
rived from its fancied resemblance to
the halo pictured about the heads of
saints but tlds connection Is highly
improbable as It is Miown that the su
perstltlou scertaluly antedates Christ!
Airtight heaters from $1.50 up. Seo
our line. NOBLE BROS.
In tho United States Court In tho
Indian Territory Southern district
Molllc Malncs plaintiff vs. J. J.
Maincs defendant. No. 12.
The defandant J. J. Malncs Is
warned to nppear in this court In thir-
ty days and answer the complaint of
the plaintiff Molllc Malncs.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend
judgo of said court and seal thereof
this 22d day of October 1904.
(Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By H. G. HOUSF3 Deputy.
Potter Bowman & Potter attorneys
J. C. Thompson nttornoy for nonresident.
First published October 25 1904.
MRS. MATTIE EVETTS Pros.
MRS. D. KEPLOGLH Soc.
The Epworth Senior League of the
Broadway M. E. church meets every
Sunday afternoon nt 4 o'clock at the
Broadway Methodist church.
W. G. U1TZLER Pres
Tho F'oreign Missionary Society of
tho Broadway M. E. church meets tho
first Thursdny ot each month.
MRS. T. K. KEARNEY Pros
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By W. S. CROCKETT. Deputy.
Coleman & Mason nttornoys.
S. H. Butler attorney for non-resi
F'lrst published Oct. 31 1901.
CEST PSSSffilittl SERVICE
4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4
Tho Christian Endeavor of the Chris
tian Church meets overy Sunday af-
ternoon at 4 o'clock.
D A. M. REPLOOLE Pres.
Tho Aid Society of the First Pres
byterian church meots tho second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month with
some member of the society.
MRS. A. W. DUNHAM Pres.
Jas. Taylor of Kendnlvllle Ind. was
seriously 'dlsensed with kidney or blad-
der trouble fqr 20 years. Ho tested ev
ery Known romeiiy wuuoui mucu uun-
fit. until ho used Plneules. This now
discovery cured him and Mr. Taylor
advises all persons suffering I rom uiu
frb as 5"
. IOUBIC TO XKS'A'Cn QUESTIONS
Supfrb Pullman Vestibuled
ney or bladder trcubleo to get a hot- UiuncriMC Rent lyiwr Puiip Pine
tlo of Plneules at once. Sold by City " ANUiUM " '' J THAR bAR?
ti ii rr Cow. (SEAT3 FREE)
ISt Ufa tjtvtut
The Pierian Club will meet every
Wednesday from 3 to B o'clock with
different mombers. They will study
the Bay View course. Their object
wilt bo to beautify tho public 3chool;Of. this 2Cth day of October 1904
In the United States court In tho In-
dian Territory Southern District.
E. F. Ensworth plaintiff vs. ft. C.
Kyle defendant. No. C024.
The defendani R. C. Kyle Is warned
to appear in this court In thirty days
and answer tho complaint of tho
plaintiff E F. Ensworth.
Witness the Hon. J T. Dlckerson
judge of said court nnd tho seal thcre-
MRS. JOHN WH ITEM AN Pres.
The B. Y. P. U. of tho First Baptist
church meets overy Sunday afternoon
it the church.
MISS DAISY NICHOLS Pres.
(SEAL) C. M. CAMPBELL
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE
Attorney for Non-resident A. i
First published Oct. 30 1904.
ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS.
ONLY LINK WITH fnat morning nnO
evonlncr trulua to St Loula und tho
ONLY. LINE WITH Pullman Sloopora
and UlKhbdck HcamttjjGut Coaches
through (without change) to Now
ONLY L1NB WITH handsomo now Chair
Caru through (without cnango) dally
to He. Louis Memphis and Kl Paao.
ONLY LINE WITH a'eavlntr of 12 hours
OtLY L'NBWITII Tourist Bloeplnn
Cars jonil-woe'dy.throuirli (without
chantro) to Sap fniuolaoo nnd
ElECANT MfilKf TO ST LOUI3
E. P. TURfa
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