The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 97, Ed. 1, Friday, March 3, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Friday March 3 1905.
8IDMCY 8UG08 Proprietor
trnd t thn I'oilulJito Ar'iri"
u BetM-'-cla VH Matter
Ardmore rrirJjy March 3 1S05.
AS TO DENCIEMCY DILLS.
Tho KMI dUclnty bill trrl(
a lolMl of ovr W wblh iV.r
to jmbll' uififloii sln the hlou
lra'ilf ut p!fnlniriK b -utl
iiimrtmwia of t tfmnrnmj nt (
lc-firi moiiy lu : of the um
tliorliatlo of omiKiwm. Th NlMatr
of 'he rtprtmnu mi ubraltt4 id
In- hoiiue nd eunKrM pr"oel lu
mak- In mom ' pin' approprln
to fov r the ' out of running th'i
ttiwrrwi-nt Th vw-utlve i-dn ol
tl- diilmfii Itivo no right t
muil mutiny In wem of tho um)
WmriaHl by eongiuinf land th-;
praetlco ran not bo jmHIflid by Ihw
What U the ime of on we' to ims
appropriation hlllH If thu head or he
ibrpartmi-ntn utn to Ignore tho terms
of tli; Ii'kIhUUom and Hpend money ua
it.4? rhoo? Of courau. tho cuatom
of making dcllclencloii ha forced
upon oiikpkh tho neci-miliy of
bill at '-very Minion to Icgallm ex-jx-ndlturo
which are clearly Illegal
until rallB-d by tongrewi.
Tho president ought to reform tht
loom? it ri ft utiMitUfm'tfiry wny of it-t'-mlini:
to tho public hualncaM iiml re
quire nil of hla mibordlmitin lo conllno
their ex"ndlturi to tho aimm appro-
priated by rotiKi""- Tho only wuv
10 brlrn; about mu ll it icform In to l :
11 ll" IIIMhTNlOOll tlllll it 1 1 Olllier Klllll .'
..f .......111 I II t. ttlSlll.M III .IIIM llf III !
MiitiiH npproprliit'd by coiikiomh hIiiiII
he Hiilijift to Inataiit iIIhiiiIhmiiI. Post.
If It la tnii. mm mi I'liillM'lit iiii'illuil
niitliiirlly iiai'ilM. Unit It la healthy to
yiiwn a mini I iiiimy of our lwtdl"e
rlllina ko to (lull I'll for Hull ben'. i
Hallway of llm Unlti'il Sliili'M nn
pin) mi in my of lr.0ii(ni(i men. Tim In-
i nun' of thu railway compiiiilcM hud
y ii r intHl il la.llOO.ooo.ooo anil thei.-
i tul iiMMi't a for tlila lorn- V.lllll'l
hi fniir iIiiion ihnl mini.
j. ... .j.
'I In- I'lilclmalni Dully TIiti m.i
Iiiih i luniifril himila ('ml Alhiril n-
iIIiik W. I. Kniilla ii h iirupi liiii.
i' 1 III I'll riiiiU'K I'nilii Klllil Ol
uh i he wiih I'dliur of tin- llauli'. 'I
I him- of till' paprr W r'lHllKi'il to Til"
N- u Star.
Until ciitlli'iiii'ii niul rmnii'iH ulioiit
Ciiloiiulii mo Jitblhiut ovr tlii iiih
pit-t ror I'lirly KraiH ami a koix! ariuou
iim tho i:muU of tin1 Miiuamilly heavy
smiwh t'imtiiiry to i'itviatloui the
KtiH-U luti'ii'xtM ilhl not iiiatiiiliilly Mil-
fri fiom luHm'M by tlu IiII.uiiIk In
Unit Hivtliin iih thi' htorhiui'ii won1
liri'Piiiiil to innft. thi' roiiilltton.
I II.' "I'KK ami l"illH' I'HIlllllKK ' 't
thr l'nltcil KtntrH for thu yoar Ili'i.t
nuiiHiutist to f SiMMHHi.tMHi. Tlila atun
Is iihuh Hum finirtiH'ii tlrni an xrenl
iih iim viiluo of tin i'iitli'0 miKiir pio
ilm i of iJid oiiiilry fur tin mi mo
ynii iiioiii iiian I'Uilit llmi'n iim Krt'iU
:h ihi imtiito priMlncl mid tho twit1
PhmIiu'I. II n miii thiiit mil' third i
iu-atir than tho wliint proiliiot Nntl
iilHiut (30.000.000 Ktvnti'i- than tlmt or
1 Hon pnxluct and more than f 1 7.
iiiiii.onii irri'Mtoi' thHil tho noli! allvor
miI mul h1ui'P priMlmtH lombliii'd
I hi rt'iint Iirh l om urred In th
remilution ot tlio IHu to TOtum nil
ilu fonfaiW'riiti' fUfta to thi Jttiu'-t
in w liU'h wi'io nrgHiiUoit the regtmeut.i
Im iii Iiik tlioill in liHItli I Ill's rlUKs
won naptunsl In batth or nvolved In
-iirii'iuliar Uy wert fonrd'il to the.
War (li'iwrliueilt. Of tho whole nuinlvtr
of fhiK-i tluiM (HpturtHl nd depohlteil
tmfMiimtwi iul rtvttptumt iron
them anil Ml wen Confederate llap.t
luUi'ii by tho Unltixl StaK' troop. 1
iiiiikliig h total of ISO In the euctody
of i ho department.
The nil eoronitlon. innlntnlntitt;
niiit liiliileatlnK. will eoiu'luile even-
tiuilly tlutt 'IVimu lii!lhhUri Hnow
1 w to draw an nntllnta'. atututo which
v hol -h Wtilom I'leivo Oil
ituniiiiny tmdwivoriM lo throw aomu
m l t on Haw hut the United HtntOH
miprino court mfutil lo woo It mid
now tho National Cotton Oil eouuwnv
Iiiih fnllml (o HrWKtt thi Whh1h of juyh
tli o im llmt tho law could ho nin down
:'!(' nro liiiiled StntH liana
o'U'lii 1'y mptuml by . thu
olintry whlrh ihIi in tiwt tho
ciiiiHlltutlouallty of Ihla wholeMime leir-
I ' l'l '11 ItiH ord
4 0 (!
I fl I I 1 I I I U I I
BAILEY STILL HOLDS AMEN J-
MENT CLUB OVER SENATORS.
Will Not Prett Reiolutlcnt to Long
At There it Hope cf Statehood.
If Confereet Cannot Agree
Today AtV for Oltcharge.
WaaklmUm March 2 Wa Mt
llallr nraetutron for th dliCbarB'.
Of th MfT"' M thf UltHM4 kl-l
waa laid htfor th;: n;nt- Mr. Hf1"y
"I udratand tlmt liw in a har-
hofx f an aHfwimunt by ta confer-'
mce ciDiHiUtw and ao lima; thon
la auch a hope I will not ;nih thuj
. Hhj ruaolutton rtmMwfl .i ihu '
WnHhlni;toii March 2. In thu con-J
ferono yoHtordny on ttw atntuhood
bill only tho minor amendmiiitK were
ioiildurol. Tim Knoral projKialtlon
lixklnK to a comprornlif that wouid
p'rmlt of IvKlalutlon ut ttilx tnseln.i
wan not brought up oxcopt uh It in-
luti-d loan ordor Hiibinltti-d by Senti-!
tor lUllcy of Texan which provldo'J
for tho nccepUinio by thi; umate of
that portion of l)ic bill shlch r.tlnU'H
Ut liidlun Territory and Oklahoma ha
iimondi'd In the Mitato and tho ('llirl-
nation of tho provlHloiiH of both hoiii-
' lu relation lo Arizona and New
Mxly wan nml to Iho (iinforooH.
A rnrsetlnK waa ealli'd for todiiy
when It In dittijrinlutd that either an
HKro"ment Hhall lie reached or the con-
fereea on the part of both houae will
Hah for their dlaeharKe.
Republican SenatorM proeceitt-d upon
the lileu that ko many other eminent
ftepubllcatiH hae 1 11 doing the name
thing the parly can not uftord to
ouvlct all the guilty. Il might give
the I '"MMK'intH a majority.
Geronirno to be In Parade.
1-av.Uui OU. March 2. Geroiilmo
the old Apaelio Indian elder who l!
Illug on the reerVatloti at Tort Sill
has departed for WiiHlilugton to take
pail lu the paniil.' at the Imiuguratlil'i
of I'reHlilent ItiMHtevelt on March -1.
He wiih lu charge of I.U-H Riitteu ol
too commlsHiiry ilfpaitmeiit at Fort
Ah late a December I (!eniiilmo
imiioumMil IiIm imwIlliiiKiieHH to par i
tliilpiitu In lln luaiiguriil parade. Tb'
original piim wiih to nave nun wmi :i
band of IiIh bravoM take art lu the
"Tiki oU ami gray" he nnld. "give
whlto man big show." '
At liiHt he cotiHcntcd. Ho hunted up
his gayemt iIionm IiIh plumed headgear
his iiowoHt ialr of be.uled iinHvasliis
and ilriMMl lu all thin splendor will
HpM'iii' In the parade.
(ilbbon'H MUlluci) company
TO THE PEOPLE OF ARDMORE
An Open Letter From Klnd-He.irteo
The following letter will bo ol
grout liitvroat to our reader it
brenthoa tlio true spirit of charity cl
lielpliiK other. May II do tlio goo I
that Mr. Carpenter hope for.
"To tho l'coplo of Ardmoro: A'
though 1 may bo unknown to you yet
! hiM) my experluuco will curry 111
weight that onriiitiHi alwny
Uiould. 1 holleve III doing gixnl t n.y
fellow men. mid In no wiiy enn I h.'
them b.'tler than In ixilntlng out tlio
iiHid to health.
"Hyoiiu'l Uh troatnient tlmt cure
catarrh wltbout atotnucli dailng. has
lulu me so much good thrt I want
i verylKHly to know of its merit. 1
had a. very ld ease of catarrh m-i
Hyotnel completely cured inc. I havo
recommended it to my uelulilioin an :
1 hay too have been cutihl. Now 1
want overyhKly In all part of t'
coiintr- 10 know what Hytmtol lia l
donn for 1110. Goorgo W Carpenti r
Yliictvit Ohio." I
HyoiueJ itmtalnii the healing b
anm that ar found In the air upeu
tho mouutaliiH where catarrh Is un-
known. It dtHfttooys all catarrhal
geriim In tlio air passagi of tho heiut.
throat mid lungs and make a com-
A complete outlU com but 1 wlu'e
extra luilHeif can ho obtained for 50c.
Ask tho City Drug Store to show you
the strong guarantee under which
il coll tho treatment.
Mr. Hugh Buchanan died Tuesday
lu Ardmore. Tho funeral service wi'i
ho coiiducttHl thi aftenuvn at "
o'olock from tlie rtwldenco of Mr. and
Mr. John IxmiHvn. The dectxise.1
wn reared lu Galnevlllo and was be-
loved by all who knew her Hosivei-lan
THE CASHING FACTORY.
we-w. Will Cemmeiwe Within tie
Next Few Dayt.
-r- wirk on the 'onatrootlon of
- n canntnc fa'Vory will com-
mence wt'hln th next few dayt an 1
b crw Uob of th bulMlnts will
nialK-4 to complMloii. The alte i
lrtc4 by tbe ea9CtiUv coramltK i
a Tulay. The location )i In
Sonb-MM AHuwrt nar the line of
thff Oweta road. The allu la fall to
be an ejcvIJent one for the propote-j
plaat. It I Hated that the Rook !1
and will ran a switch Into the factor'
and thai the other line will also mt) e
arTancewiost to take care of Die b;iM-
nei. j. s. Sellar. aewmpanh-d by bin wife
earn In tbta morning from Chlcapo. i
Mr. Sellar will niprlntHnd tho con-
atructlon of the plant which he .
would be an up-to-date on Wor4
to commence probably next week at
the latest. !
Thla factory will Rive employment
to at laat 1(MJ lrfrtona. It will havi
a cKii lt of c'annlnK 20O"0 cans dally.
Jlr. Sellar expreaacd the opinion thatj
the plant would be ready within sixty
ilava. if nolhlnc interferred. The can-'
nlnn aeaaon will run from four to nix
monthn ami tho promoter are of the
opinion that this place will he one!
of thi' bent dlHtrlhiitlnK points for
canned koikIs of nny In the country.
Polmatler Sitters Coming.
The I'olmatler Sisters who are rnak
Ing a bit; hit over the country will np-
pear at the opera houco on the night
of March lo under the mlspicci of th-?
local lodge of Elks. The hout-o com-
mittee ot the lodge U making active
preparations for the event an I the oc-
casion will he looked forward to will
Hortc Collar Bootlegging.
Da. 1. T. March 3. Thu newest
thing In "bootlegging" has Just tomo
10 light nnd has creatiil great surprise
even among the old olliclals. Th-
seheine Is a good one and has been
worked siicceMdully for several
It will be remembered that some
lime last tminmer near Herbert an old
luu-kst 'i- peddled whisky in the nxle:i
of his wagon but was finally caught
and landiMl In jail. The latest' plan
however. In more daring and If pos-
sible more illillcult of detection.
At a grading camp near Davis it
was generally known that "booze'
could be had but no one Keemeil will-
ing to tell whire they got it. An olll-
ci r was sent tlleie In locale Hie
guilty party. It was notlred that on;
certain days one of the teamMc. .
would make a trip to Gainesville Tex
as. mid would always take on ea h '
arm a huge pair of horse collars A' '
tlrut this did not create suspicion. Thi j
team he used was a big one. and the!
collars npiKiirod to require mending
Immediately following hla return to
camp Die olllcer noticed more or less
"gayety" and loud talk in every tent
throughout the camp. During the day
he would keep a close lookout for bo'
t! s. etc. Nothing of th" sort could be
found although thero wn "booze" in
evidence. Finally one day the ollb-'r
noticed this man who drove the larg
team remove one of the collars and
take It off on the river bank nearby.
He also iii)tlc;-d several other work
men down there. This gave the olll
cer his clew and the "Jig was up.
l'x)ii examination it was found that
each collar was only a shell and Inside
there was room enough to hold nior
than thi!1. gallium of whisky When
the uinn was arrested he told of qulr
a number of similar cams and th
new game of "bootlegging'' was ex-
Woman Gets Postolfice.
Mnrlow 1. T. March 2 Mrs. Geor
gla Kenton a dressmaker revel. nl
the npoliitineiit of iiostmaster at Mils
place. It is thought by many u.
her success was due to the personal
llllluence of one of her relatives wi Ii 1
tho president. However she had the'
endorsement of the business men J
the town ami so fitr as Is "known her
apisiintment Is highly satisfactory t.i
all patrons of U10 olllce.
Tho.lnterest 111 the outcome of Mat.
hood IncivaM's as tho end of congress!
apn(iioJieii. TonioiTow- will be the I
last day of tho session. Many liau
given up tho light and abandoned n
Tho weather prophet predicts warm-1
er wiMthor; that being the caso mu
should get Farthing Bros to clean
that old spring suit for you. 2 1
Messrs. Moore and Woodhorry wl 1
go from hero to Shawnee where they
are intoroetcd In a gas plant. T .
wish to thank tho- people for tin en
eoHragemeiit given them while hero
If yuu would Improvo the appearano
of your place plant tn e
I am a Candidate Too.
I hare ffrurd the amices of J
Keynard. of Oklahoma a firstclaa
farrtace. woodworker and am betet
prepared than eer to take rare
our work. Therefore I am a canji
late to do jour carriage and hnir
repair work. d. E. ALLEN
G. W. DIMKE.
Violin Brats' and Reed Instruments.
Cruce Building Ardmore.
For Swell Tailoring.
We have the prettiest line of novel-
ties on dlplay ever ceen In Ardmore.
Wo have a full line of spring wool-
en and ara In position to make prlcej
that will knock out all competitor.'.
v'- r ren"s coughs in fact for
nny wjdy's coughs there's nothing so
ur to euro aa Hoffman's Throat and
l.i.ng Syrup. 25 cents.
2fi F. J. RAMSEY Druggist.
Before you buy see our Mr. Bill
combined planter and mlddlohuatcr
Ensign Thorp of Oklahoma City
will conduct a stereoptlcon and musi-
cal entertainment at tho Salvation
Army hall Saturday March 4. Open
air meeting at 7:30; Inside at 8 p. m.
Admission 25 cents for adults 15
cents for children. 1-3
Barred Plymouth RocKEggs
For Sfilo by B. B. lugh 26-im
Wo have jmsi received a car 01
.Veen Bros' buggies and hack
Gibbon's Millinery company.
Attention K of P't.
A special meeting Is hereby called I
for Saturday evening. March 4 to con-1
fer rank of Knight. All members or
team work must be present. Full at !
W. T. SALISBURY. C. C. 1
C. C. WATKJNS K. of R. &. S.
Mayor Lironard of Galnasville was
Injured In 'a runawny at Gainesvilb
yesterday and now confined to his
heme from the Injurbt received.
Clean white rags wanted nt (his
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES
ARDMORE DRY GOODS COMPANY
Ardmore's Fastest Growing Store."
We bi'licvt wo run show you one of the most elegant and complete lines of Em-
broidery and Lares over shown in Ardmore. Every lady who has inspected these
Kootls has expressed both delight and surprise because of tho beauty and elegance of
the goods coupled with the extremely low prices at which they are being sold. Wo
never indulge in that vulgur way of "bragging- about what we havo and who we are
but we are certainly proud of the splendid array of genuine bargains now in our Lace
and Embroidery Departments. :: :: It matters not to the people whore 1 hose
geods canio from-whether St. Gall or Halifax the main thing is J-iOW ARE THE
VALUES? And we can certainly show you exceptional values. :: :: :: A noticea-
ble feature in both Laces and Embroideries from the cheapest to the. finest they are
almost all in
Match Sets Which is a Great Conveninceto Customer
Corset Cover Embroideries
l-'or whul m-u usually pay Hoto Tfic.
will tan bn hen at. 25 to 35c
Wide Cambric Embroidery
" ou alwajs have 1 aid 27t to Me they
are hi re for you at 10 to 15c
Dainty NainsooK Embroideries
In mutch &etsr nlweys sold at from
HOJo :ire they are hero for you in great
profusion at 10 to 20c
Swiss Match Sets
Dreams of beauty fiOo to $1.00 values
you get them here at 25 to 50c
Goods delivered to any
(By Galliot Bros. member New Or-
leans Ortton Exchange.)
Ardmore. I T. March 3 The fo.
lowing guotattocs vbow th ma.ket of
Mar April 3.94 3.97
Apr. May 3.95 4 00
May JuQe 4.00 4.01
Jane July t 00 .03
Not. Dec 4 01 4 06
Dec. Jan 4 04 4.07 '
Feb. Mar .' 3.B7
Bpots and Bale.
Sales ....10 000
New York Futurtt
Open High Low Cloie 1
Mar 7.20 7 29 7 SO 7 29
May 7.33 7 39 7.32 7 30
Jul 7.29 7.J6 7 26 7.31
Spots and Sale.
Spots 7 75
New Orleana 5uturea.
Open High Low Close
Mar 7 13 7.19 7.13 7.18
May 7 16 7.22 7.16 7.22
July 7 19 7 23 7.1C 7.23
Spot and Salau. 1
Hpot. 7 3-16 '
Hogs opened steady.
6000 bogs left over. Receipts a
year ago 17001). Cattlo and sheep
Mixed 486 490. i
Good 195 606
Light 465-4871. 1
nogs Catti Minp'
Chicago.... i'30C0 2600 1 W0
K. O 6.000 1300 .1100.
Omaha.... 9 L00 2.10 1 ; 00
The hot summer weather Is coming 1
and Knhn always ready to meet the !
vants of his customers has again at-1
cured tho ag-ency for the Steffins' cole-1
urateil loo cream and asks you '.o J
visit his fount and compare his eer
vice and drinks with competitors. 28 I
Beautiful Display Now at
Not cotton - RUT LINEN worth
a' mt double the price here at.. 5 to 10c
Real Val Laces
Come in match sets-- you usually pay
15to2ricfor them here at.... 7 to 15c
IS to 3.1c values wo havo them here
at fr01" ' 10 to 20c
You must see our line to appreciate
its beauty and we always tako pleasure in
WE WANT YOUR TRADE. Prices
the same here every day in the week
THE VERY LOWEST.
part of the city.
is a pleasure to both performer and
lateners If tne" instrument It a good
one. It 1 decidedly unpleasant if
the (ilann Is a poor one. Now piano
buying iii Dft In mot esses be largely
a ruHtter of faltn. Everybody cannot
be a tlrst c as Juile.
WE ARE EXPERTS
and b-lmr so can urently old y"u lu
the selection 1 1 a new Instrument. In
fa -t we guarantee every piano wo
se 1 to be tho best 1 f its kind. Why
not come In now and tnloct the one
you want. Neither tho price or the
terms need deter you.
. S. LUKE
113 W. MAIN ST. ARDMORE
Every order pieced with us la guar-
anteed to be delivered satisfactory In
26-C FARTHING BROS.
Don't put your winter garments
away until they have bee: thoroughly
cleaned by Farthing Bros" steam prt
'jtj oi cleaning. 2-.J
Wood and' Coal.
Wood deliverod) to your door saw-
ed In even lengths split In small
sticks. Coal delivered in any quantity.
Phone 204. .1. M. ZIKE. 2-6
Carrlo Nation' is coming. to Ardmore
not with her hatchet but her Bible.
Don't be afraid. She is smashing vice
on thle tour.
The Frisco ran a special train last
night for the "Faust" show. Tha
special came from Madlll and aboot
seventy people came here for tho ikt
foriuance including many ladies 'lhc
party was a jolly one and it enjoyed
tho excursion and the show Immense-
ly. The special returned to Madlil
last night leaving hero at 12 rclor'n.
For wood and coal delivered promp'.-
ly phono 204. J. M. ZIKE. 2 0
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