The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 306, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 2, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday November 2.
THE OAM. Y A-DMOR-t rE.
SIDNEY SUGGS Proprietor.
A PROSE SONG OF FAITH.
Jnterod at the PostofLce at Ardmore
u Sttond-class Moll Matter.
November i 1S93.
I'ubilsaed every nfiernoon (except
lUturday nnd Sunday morning.
Offlce of publlcnUor. Nrth Wash-
Ardmore Wednesday November 2.
IloJoBtYenkV? Btuks to It that the
ashing boats ..iro sixteen torpeiK.
Most women quit wanting time rend-
ing "Mints to Housewives" as wn
ns tbey eo to housekeeping.
This Is a good time to talk nbout
pood roads. The trouble Is that good
ruait enthusiasm dries out with the
Once In awhile we owne across a
man who spend more doctoring a win-
ter cold than hit wife wastes buying
things for her neck.
It seems that agrest many of Mr.
Ilooeevelt's appointees think tbey serve
their country best by leaving all the
work to substitutes
Well take any $100 000 bet on Uoose-
velt at any odds. The bigger the bluff
the more certainty It will not be cull-
ed. And that's Just the site of all this
reported betting In New York. 1
The median age of negroes Is 19.1
years that Is half the negroes In tho.
United States are below that age. The
median age is for four years below thai
f tho white (JS.4) years a dlfforenco
closoly connected with the high birth
rate and high death rate of the ne-
The New York Journal of Commerco
InslstB "that our whole vast system
of Industry Is subject to an Inlltionco
that breeds fever In Its blood. Tills
comes from trying to shut It up In
the homo mnrket and shield It from
the touch of foreign competition. Tlint
Is what breeds trusts and enables them
to establish monopolies. Inllnte capital
nwell profits In time of activity and
make high wagos mean low living nnd
then brings the penalty of overdoing
followed by reaction."
Is the world growing better?
That there Is plenty of evil In the
world mme will deny. It Is exploited
for all It Is worth aB "news." and yet
every day ixme evil dloa. And every
day there Is ndded to the world's stock
of goodness other goodness.
Hroadlv sDcuklng. there. aro more
I kind dood and more helping hands
than over before. And there Is wider
opportunity for good.
I This earth becomes every day n
decontor place Ui llvo In. Aa never be-fore-man
Is subduing tho carta. Whore
once Btretched the desert now blooms
the rose Tho open door Is moro than
a trade opportunity. Humanity every-
whoro la getting a chance. t
I Wars? Yes but bcsldo the caisson
Is the ambulance of tho Hod Cross.
And tho world over tho best and the
! wklest are holding up Imploring hands
' Air arbitration and for ponce. For the
first timo in history war U being reck-
on oil as a crlmo.
Outrages. Yes. plenty of them. Up-
laa Inlmr .. ll ntinreasor. Tl'f w!lUo
breast of womanhood still bears Mio
scars of centuries. Imeehus st'.'l rulos
his helpless victims. And ncrom Cue i
sea hapless Armenia agonizes nnd Icr
children perish on tho wintry iro.ni-
tains and the nations nro silent.
Yes. vet. these and a thousand nit
ers. Hut I
I Wisdom will covor the earth an toe
I waters covor the son. Aid tho
wounded will find their gotd Snmarl-
tans. Sympathy lR no longer crnmpri .
. 1 t ...1 ns f il 1 1 1
ic relieve. jiiu imii ii-im i -
comes In. And hate grows weaker as
lo' e grows stronger.
The world Is j;rovlnic b ter
slowly. KnnsnB City World. I
.. . Chltto Harjo
OLD SNAKE GAVE IN.
Finally Consented to
Testify Before the Commission.
Springer. Okmulgee. Nuv 1 For tho first time
Dr. Hen Pendleton of Uenlngtoo is the government officials havo succeed-
in the city visiting. jed In getting Chltto Harjo. tho stub-
Elk. ;born old leader of the Snake band ol
K. II. Poole and U O. Majors return- Indians to give testimony before the
od yesterday from a business trip to commission. For ten years ho resist-
'Ard more. -. 'od every effort of the government and
v Zan Williams Is In tho city today thus ndvlsed all of his followers to do
Thackervllle. tfco fame. He woutd not take his al-
Mts. T. T. Harper has pono to-.Rub- 'lotmcnt and wus arbitrarily fllod on
lln. Texas to attend the bedside of a pleco of land that ho never saw.
ber brother. Bud Sinclair. i The officials consider this an Impor-
Dob. - Uont matter. Tho matter In which
Dr. Wlckwnro has gone to Dallas to Hnrjo testified -was tho enrollment
attend medical college. cane of a negro who claimed that he
nt rtilttn Tlnrto. The
The long dlstnnco telephone oITlce 0i cuef 8wore that ho hnd never had
has been chanced from the Cornish a brother who had children. This ef-
h n a ii n
I BONDS Of All KINDS
Uvur I'lrM Natlnnsl
Suits .... $I3.5U
Overcoats - - - $12.50 and up
Trousers $ 3.50 j
Our woolens arc tho Inte't designs our m rlnunnshlp first-
class and tit guaranteed. Wo also do cleaning dyeing and press-
ng. Ladles work n specialty. Wo Invito jou to call.
Ardmore Tailoring Co.
J. Kahn's Old Stand South Side Main Street
drug Btore to tho llratchor-Dulaney
Hardware company's store
Itev. A. C. Pickens formerly of Ard
fectually balks tho attempts of the
negro to got nn allotment to which he
Is not ontitlcd.
There havo been n groat many ap
more has been appoint od pastor for pUcnnts for enrollment who have
the M. K. rtiurch at this place to take claimed blood relation with Chltto
the place of Itev. It. A. Motnoy who Hnrjo or his followers because they
knew that tneso Snakes wouiu noi go
bfro the contmiwlon and testify and
last thnt it would 1 almost Impossible to
has been transferred to Texas
Mrs. W. If. Uarnos died hero
night nt 1 1 o'clock and will bo burlc.l Ret such evidence from them ns would
today In the Herwyn cemetery
A minister has Just died In Kontuek.-
at the age of M who had been prau n-
lng. marrying and burying for more
dlsuioe the claim. It Is believed that
now the leader of tho Snakes hns
contented to give evidence tho rest
will foll'r.v and that there will bo many
Atmllrmiitft u-hn are claiming Indian
WANTKD A boy who knows the town
to work on grovery wagon. Address
box 311. l-2t
j.-- --- - applicants who uiu i"""b ..........
than soventy yenrs nnd hnd novor re- aiannnrnvi.il nnd thov will lose
ceiyeii n smsi" uv-iiv iui uo .v.
their allotments which will bo that
much to the benefit of tho nation.
The old chief was Induced to go bo-
o ...irniiinv nnriv hv the Creek
ed a prayer over a corpse that had jnterp'rcter.
1. 1. ...... 1. 1 fpnm n Iant1P(l In Afl
This." ndds the Drovers' Journal "re
calls the recent caso of that young
minister In Appleton. Wis. who offer
been brought from a distance to Ap
pleton for Interment end sent the
relatives a bill for $25."
WANTKD Men to loarn harbor trade.
Few weeks completos. Can nearly
earn expenses before completing;
$15 weekly paid graduates. Special
Inducements to dlstnnt applicants.
Write nearest branch. Moler Har-
bor College St. louis Mo. or Fort
Worth. Texas. 1-Ct
VOlCsAU-fidset bar fixtures for
$20 at West Iind wagon yard. Doug-
las & Hunt. 1-C
FOR SAUC The Olobo Hotel build-
ings lot and all fixtures. Doing ft
fine trade. Address W. H. Hlcc.
Pauls Valley I. T. 28-15
WANTKD White woman
Apply Steam Laundry.
"With the election of a democratic
president wo will retrace our steps to
that linn ground of 'splendid Isolation'
trading freoly and profitably with all
nntlons of tho earth but having on-
tangling alliances with nono." Thom-
"Homo Sweet Home" what could
be moro appealing. How one home
was broken through a woman's lalth-
WANTKD To buy a good mlleli cow.
Apply Is. H. Marutoii. 30-tf
FOIt SA1.F One live-room and ono
foul rorm house closo In cheap.
Call nt Smith's l.lvory Stable. 20-tf.
FOll THADE Harness and buggy Tor
heater on stovo wood. Apply nt
Ardmorelto offlce. A bargain. 12 tl
Tl IhiMuu-rnlenni llirn nf SUCC08S
...! -..Ml1l.nn nrnfnu 111 111!. TllO leSSnCSR Is SllOWn ill TllO Uttlo HOIHC
cloak In which the hopes of the pro- stead" which Is at opora house tonight
hlbltlonlsts nro clothed Is a sort of William Macauley a handromo nnd
Swallow tall. clover young actor plays tho leading
Iiart of Uoy Carroll.
Robbery at Roff. .
j The Jewelry store of A. C. Coon of
Hoff was burglarized Sunday night and
Fi'Ven watches stolen.
Vesuvius Caved In.
Rome. Nov. 1. The cone of the cra-
ter of Mount Vesuvius which formed
Strayed or Sto.en. 'lllrlnS tho liUe :npUon' M lnt
. ..i . crater touny Willi u iremeiiumiH iuai
!.'. (r.lmnrn nno tmv irrtre Illllle. -rlllt'
With the gt en test coal field In tho
country and railroads traversing them
In different directions there Is omo-
.... t ii .. . i..
iliillK run I'liiiy wiuiir in umuhu From Ardmore one uuy r.m iiii.-. .... i i ..
when coal Is retailing at $5 and C J5 h"nds high 5 years old. branded F -'u" lTZ
per ton. The citizens here ought to
meet tills outrageous ehnrge for coa
by organizing In some way and secure
In Ardmoro where locnl conditions
are equally favorable coal Is retailing
at $7 per ton.
WANTED To paint your liouso and
hang your wall paper. Am a practi-
cal painter nnd papor hanger. Noth-
ing but Srst-class work done from
tho chcapost to the best. If you
want mo address Lock box 75 and I
will call on you nt once and glvo
you my figures. Addresc Uox 75
Painter and Paper Hanger. 14-lm
WANTKD Clean old rags at this
on left shoulder nnd C on left Jaw.
i iiinmi rnwnnl for return or for In
formation. Address Chickasaw Lum-
ber Co. Ardmoro 1. T. 25d2-w2.
OLD RACiS Must be rlcnn. wanted a-
ihni ulimik the whole mountain fol
lowed by the emission of an Immense
black column which gradually spread
falling In tho form of ashes over tho
surrounding country within n radius
of twenty-five miles. Tho dlsturbana
lasted but a short time.
FOR HUNT Two largo rooms of a
three-loom house close to north
P'tbllc school. Address P. O. Dux
FOR RENT A nlco suite of offlco
rooms over Raudols store. It. W.
LOST In the vicinity or Main and C
street. soothwc-Ft. a purso contain-
ing money nnd papers with personal
enrd Madame Oniir. Return to this
olllve and get reward. 2
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken severely sick with
kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of med-
icines none of which relieved mo. One
day I saw an nd. of your Electric Bit-
ters and determined to try thnt. After
tnklng a few doses I felt relieved and
soon thereafter was entirely cured
nn.i linvn tint iin n sink dnv since.
Neighbors of mine have been cured ot
rheumatism neuralgia liver and kid-
ney troubles and general debility"
This is what 11. F. Pass or Fremont
N. C writes. Only 50c nt W. H.
1 Frame's druggist
i The Indian Payment.
Those who receive their pay horo
find that L. D. Mason's Is tho cheapest
I furniture store In Ardmore. 7-lm
Subscribe for tho Ardmorelto.
i f r f f ' r ' 1 1 ' ' I f f n f f i ( f ' h f 1 1 n f ' f f f WW w w w
i Tailored Suits
The prettiest line in town is at the
ARDMORE DRY GOODS CO
This department is brimming full of the newest
world. Every lady who sees the elegant
is both surprised and pleased.
designs Known to the fashion
asssortment we have here
The Beautifuh Tourist Coats
nr.-the .i liniintinn (if ocry beholder. The business in this J.
departim-nt has Imhmj iininense the reason of this is two-fold:
One m il l. .hi. l i-'ht nnd we keoii mv "oods coininir all time.
Hardly a day passes but what we receive New "Wraps
New Shirts or New Tailored Suits.
t W alM w isli tn i all your attention to a m w lot of
I Fancy SilK Petticoats
whieh an- dr. urns of beauty and i'lf;anei' -they run ire in jniee -j-
t from $5.00 to $12.50
All our n mlv to wear garments bear tin- .stamp of the best
niiiiuifact ueis. KAIMAN" jjrunnintees lit. stle. material
f and wot Uinai)sliii
Lad'.-H' lihiel: mcreerized petticoats $1.00 tO $2.50
t Ladies' s!l' petticoats the prcttiet ever shown in tho
city at $5.00 to 12.50 j
t Furs Furs all sizes all colors all irrades a'l styles
75c to $15. Scd the Children's Fur Sets.
We Give these away!!
Misses' and Ladies' SKirts
Misses' Skirts all stylos nil prices.
Ladies' walking skirts the genuine
Ladies dress length skirts tho prettiest lino ever shown
ie tho city. All Fabian" make $2.50 to $15
Misses' and Children's Wraps
This line is a very strong feature. If you want to lit the little
ones up for the winter it will pay you to bring them to us for
both economy and style. Baby Cloaks -all styles' all prices.
Children's long cloaks 1 to 12 years $1.50 to $0.50
Misses' cloaks and jackets all ages)and sizes. .$2.50 to $15
Ladies' Capes $1 to $6.50. Ladies' Jackots $2.50 10 $15.
Ladies Tourist Coats. . . $7.50 to $25
You should also examine our line Ice Wool Shawls Shet-
land Shawls Fascinators. Everything you may call for here.
Children's Hoods and Children's Cai)s-
Our Prices are right. Our Goods are right. Our Treatment is right. We want your trade.
! One rice
2 ARDMORE'S FASTEST GROWING STORE
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City. Phone 332.
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