The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 163, Ed. 1, Friday, May 19, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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ARDMOliE INI). TER.. VR DAY EVENING. MAY 111 11)05.
SUBSCRIPIIOH 50C PfR 10NIB NUMBER 1 6:$
A THING OF BEAUTY NEARING
Building Has a Distinguished Appear
lice on Exterior and Looks
Pleasing and Inviting De-
scriptlon of Interior.
Within the next two weeks Gurno-
Bio's now library constructed nt
cost of something over $1".000 will
be completed and ready for occu-
pancy. Tho fitilihliig touches on this
magnificent building nro being made.
The painter's brush Ib the only thins;
necessary to complete thu building.
Mr. Woodress of Harriman &
Woodress of Okluhoiun City who
have the contract for painting and
decorating the interior said yester-
day that he would bo able to finish
up within a week at the outside.
This work Is progrcbMng rapidly. Al-
ready the Interior in pleasing to the
eye and a marvel of beauty. Mr.
Woodrcss is authority for the state-
ment that Ardmoro's library Is ono
of the most modern of the country.
"Tho Carnegie library at Chlokn-
nhu docy not begin to compare with
the ono here" he said.
It was expected that the bulldlug
would bo completed some time ago.
There wore delays however which
could cot bo avoided. However there
has been lttlo complaint regarding
Tho plans of tho library were s?cn
by a representative of tho Ardmore-
ite and while differing t-onvowhat
from tho plans of other libraries
bfifj trjruugh CaracHha liberality
It may bo said that tho design equals
any of thorn from an architectural
standpoint. In some respects thero
will bo an improvement. The art!-
tlclal stone in appearance looks rich
possessing n foaturo which gives the
building a distinguished appearance.
Tho building as a whole looks pleas-
ing and inviting.
The library Is two-story the main
entrance of tho building lacing north.
TV four Imposing fluted columns
with ornamented capitals and orna-
muted frieze work Is a btriking fea
ture of the exterior and its handsome
appearance will lnstnntly attract ut-
tct!on. No less pleasing to many
U tho distinct style of colonial nr-
chUocture rather than that of tho
n-utssaneo order Its ornamental
tirchl'raws of striking appearance
which .-.urrounds tho top windows.
Thero are many points or beauty
aLwv.ii tho building equally as attrac-
Mv a a tho features mentioned. Mod--ru
in every respect there will bp
to'.hicg lacking lu Its entirety f'ir
thr- comfort and convenience of tho
pw-plf. The library will bo heated
through hot air process tho plant
havlctr already been Installed In the
-lasctc ut. .
The main Interest has centered In
tlu imcrior of tho library. The llrst
floor U Mili-divideU Into nine rooms.
Tho entrance to tho main library has
a. marble ll.ior. To the left of the ou-(.-.we"
in the ehlldreu'i room and on
tie rlalit Is located the trustees'
apartment. Tho main library is lo-caU-d
just in front of the hallway
leading from the entrance. Th-j li-
brary room will contain over twenty
wclionj. Karl) section will hold over
iCfl U-ohs. or a total of 4000. To the
rffc'ht and left of the library rooms
art- '.o-aU-il the refereuce und resting
iToms. Thu finish oC tho library
rooa I doue in black. Tho ceilings
ur C metHl and are ttouu in Ivory.
Tim .italrwny and pillows will ivive
oranruontntLin of Japanese effect and
will b.' a. marvel of tho decorator's
art. Tho main auditorium upstnlrj
will be ample for tho needs uf the
pjoplo anil will .supply ) JtmgdVIt
want Tho auditorium Is wiul-iped
with stiRi of fulr-slzod dimensions.
The drot'lng or preparation room-i
r. convenUctly lora'.ad to the atago
lit iiidluirlura will probably Imi
itssd considerably for entertainments.
It Is not known when the library
will bo equipped with book and
openod to tho public.
A3AC0S Aro tho best
To tin Ardmorolte.
Permit me the privilege of it few
words on the matter of chili member
ship. I spciik most directly ot the
Commercial Club for that Is ono In- f
stltutlon that vvory man who has i
confidence In his town and homo In '
teresl at heart should bo associate!
with. The record of the Commerclt
Chili .it Ardmoro U good It has
tackled and successfully too. mauy
vexing problems in tho past uud It Is
dojng tile Milne thing today. Our
president is :i man of eojl uud con-
sorvatttc teiupcraiucnt. ami all hi
acts in ills ofilclnl onpuelty are heart
ily endorsed by the club. Ardtnorc
has many moil yo busIno.-H men j
who do not hold membership hi tU J
Commercial Club but they should
even but for their own linerest. Anl-I
niori' commercial riuu is noi as
largo as It should be. A city the size
of Ardmoro sliould have at least'
membsrs nioro thnn now appear on
the roll. Ardmoro would their hs
nhlo to eiitertnlu prominent visitor
in princely style lleceiitly the Com -
merclal Club with tho Klka the ma
jorlty of the lntt-r nro also members
of the former have done some excel-
lent work In the matter of entertain-
ing and thero Is plenty more to do.
In order lo participate In those ?n
tertainiuunts It .Is necessary that one
bolongs to ono or the other of these
organizations nils Ik certainly vcryllcar c.c was entirely demol-
proper for to gain admission to a
Masonic or auy otiier lodge you must
lie a moiub'.T thereof. Yet there are
those who leem ti look at matters
differently and while not u member
of Uthcr club do not hosltnto in go-
ing themselves and tnklng their fani-
lie's along to such entertainments.
The only way to obviate this seems
to bo by nduilsslou by card and I un-
derstand this method is to ho em-
ployed In the future. It Is well. Let
those who dunce pay tho tiddler. Itc-
member tho Commercial Club has no
use for drones. If you would become
an active nicnibcr iu tho
hive of commercial Industry nnd par-
tlclpato In nil its acts hand lu your
petition for membership to tluj presi-
dent tho secretary or any member
of tho committee on membership any
of whom will take pleasure In ad-
vancing your cnuse.
Of tho Commercial Club Committee
CALLS HAND OF CHOCTAW AND
Hitchcock Takes a Slap at Indian
Territory Chiefs Applications for
Removal of Restrictions Accom-
panied By Sta1ments.
Washington May 18. It was an-
nounced ut tho Interior department
today that heruafter all applications
for tho removal of restrictions from
citizens of tho Choctaw 'and Chicka-
saw nations must bo accompanied '
a statement as to whether tho appli-
cants received a deed from tho tribal
authority. If he has his application
for removal of restrictions U will noi
bo considered until such deed lias
been submitted to Secretary llltih-
cook for approval.
This action on the part of th t .;.(
rotary la regarded as a slap at fl--v-ernors
Johnston and McCurtali. V-lio
have beau running affairs with n-
I spect to deeds lu a high-handed I'.is'.i-
j Ion. it li believed that th st cn-
I lary's order will bring th.' recalcl-
' (rants to turms.
I Ono night Is nil tiro time necessary
I to prove that Filicides Js the bo$t rem
euy in mo worm xor iaei;ucuo ana an
Uldnoy und bladder tronbWa. If you
have rheumatl&n or any othor blood
disease a single do'o wMl give relief.
Hold by City Drug Store.
Louisville Reunion U. C. V.
The rates for the Confederate H?-
uulon at l.oulsvlllo on ull railroad!
ruunlcg nut of Ardmoro will bo ilC.73.
Tlckets'wlll lx on sale June ft 10. 11
See our lino before you tiuy Calling
THVENS COKIIN & FRKNSLUY.
RUSSIAN WORKMAN CARRYING
ONE STUMBLED AND FELL.
Several Killed Believed It Was In.
tended for Governor-General Max-
Imovltch Who Was Expected to
Pass That Way to Church.
(lly Associated Tress.) .
Warsaw. May ID. A workinnn whoiter to the police authorities of thU
was trying u mold the observation
of two detfetivos today stumbled on
the curl) ot tho sldowalk and a bomb1
which ho was carrying In his pocket
exploded killing the workman and
.elective nnd Mime
wll passi y
It I believed tho bomb was lu-' for his crimes and his conscience
tended l- (lOVornitr-Chmorr.i Maxl- ! still troubles him. Tho dates nnd
muvltcii who was expected to pass on nnnner lu which the different crimes
his way wny to church to attend ser- j were committed as furnished In .T ihn-
vices in honor of the czar's birth- j son's letter are more complete than
day. the police records and the author!
The bodicf of tho victims were 111 . ties believe It Is authentic
rally blown to pieces and a ce I Acconllug to Johnson ho kli.od a
The McLlsh Annex. I
ltlcbard McLlsli Is making prepar-1
iiuons to open up a iu-acre auuuioii
to tho city. The land lies southwest '
or tho present limits and Is gently
sloping pralrio laud and as beautiful )
as any tract lu tho Southwest. J. I.
Thayer has mado the plat. Th"!
blockh measure ::80x300 feet; no nl- J National Hank of Cornwall N.
leys nro mudo but tho streets nro 100 i was closed today by direction of tho
feet wide and at all crossings and comptroller of currency on tho
In tho confer of each street between I grounds. of Insolvency. National
the blocks a park measuring 30 feet . Hank Examiner Charles K. Van-
by 300 feet Is laid off nnd each street ; hrocklhi has b.en appoint".! tof.cuer.
crossing hns a reserve for trees and
(lowers that measures 100 feet In din-
meter. Tho malting Is done m an
original way but is very practical an i "k'0" -vcr 11 llu t"-' l now iu nrK"
will make tho new addition an ideal rrs !lt th Clir)r Avenue M. 1..
place for a home. It Is safe to say 1 church. The house is too small to
that tho lota will sell fast and prices accommodate tho crowds and people
will go higher as soon as It passes 1 turned away every night. Tho
Into the hands of individual owners j ch"rch mH a taboruaclo which id be-
The la.nl Is included in Mr. McUbh's I "If ""- todajr.on.l all who come
allotment and his restrictions novo I n" ' b'lvca " opportunity to
been removed which makes the title j hear.
absolutely perfect. Thirty-two conversions havo result
- . j ed up to date and forty penitents
GERMANY'S BLACK LETTER. 1 were at the mercy tint ast night an.'
j fifty others manifested an interest in
rnnrlnn of Tp-Ii t'uftl In Print jhv meeting.
I..K 1.. Hie Fiilhrrlo...!. ; Uv Scivallv ft corUhl nvI.
"U Is remarkable that so prycticiil a .lll(m a clirl8lI;ui l(.opl(l to C(ml0
pcuplo as the (ierniaus should continue ... . . .
to uhu tlK-ir lillnd black letter." says ; aul ""' "art '" "'" "'rvlm'
.lei'ume Hart. "The Herman text Is " '
u. and when printed from small ; Sunday School Picnic
typo on dingy paper Willi high speed 1 TUl' lul'"s ol' tu ''-t- HnptlM ft-
(iresses as U the cise with moi ilaily day school plsulrked al Hock cross-
lUMVspapern It U dillli'illt lo decipher. ing. on Hickory creek yesi -rday.
Kver siiiee the il:iy. of Cadmus alpha- i Th. d iy was ideal and the attendance
ue:s nave ti.-en iieiune i to co!ivc idea''
and tho:' al'ih.rufi wIih-Ii tr.in-i'er
thought with tho imisi cti-kTii c. clenr-
lioss tllld pieclsi.-li ale the heM. Con-
fclilered I'l-cui lluw h'.andpohil-i tlii' Cer-
nian nlphal el ! one .if the woi-it. That
it i. a f.iilure Is slnwn iiKooii-icioui-ly
!:i man;.- waj. .. Advi-nl .crs fur e.vaai-
pie. have uu sciililia-llt ah'iul lliem.
l'liej- want to rea-h the re.idiT and
re.K'ii 1 1 1 in iiK-kl.. 'J'hereforc nearly
:ill (he illf-plny advertl:i'iniiilK In ter-
mini newspapers are primed lu l.utln
"So. inn. with 1 1 n eo'.iiniereliil and
lluaiicinl itagnf. StueJilu-ukers mid mer-cliant-i
Iiiito no ihnc to waste lu de-
ciphering bildly pl'lutcd lennaii texl.
'I lu-refoie the euimvereinl pngi lu the
(I'crmnu dnllles N lrnv nearly always
et up In liiimnn type. Circus adver-
tiM'iuciils. then tor pl.'eardM and adei-
tlhlm: poster-i gencrall.i . the names of
streets ut) the cnnior -.iyns. the letter-
Ing on curs and oiouiliu-ies even ten-
pnrary slgnv. mu-Ii us 'No 'I hoi'ougb-
fitrt' or 'Street I'loeil' you nearly ul-
ways see In l..itln elnirnelers.
'Anntlier iro)l' of tlie Inferiority of
tho !eruinii text Is ihe fuel that ucarly
ml lieriuau Hi-ientllle units are printed
In Unman. This bus been tlu"case for
years but It has hud little effect on
Ihe irlutii:g of Inioks of ii general na-
ture. ItlMiiAi'ck did much to retard tills
ueednd Improvement for he clung atuh-
hornly to tlie (ieruinu lext and fn-
ipienlly scut back hooks which were
printed lu Itoinin refusing to read
them." New Orleans Tlmes-Iiomncra!.
Spraglus & Co. have received the
fltiefit line of vrfrlgorators evor lu tho
city. The new enameled Etoue llued
refrigerator known as the WhltoMou.v
tain" Is absolutely tho host Ico sav-
er on the market. Thnlr stock Includ-
es all sizes and prices. Call and exam-
ine tho lino.
CAUSES VIRGINIAN TO CONFESS
A Statement Full of Horror Others
Suffered IDeath for the Crimes
He Had Committed One-
Was Lynched Gives Data.
Chester W. Vii.. .May 13. In a let-
city a roan signing himself A. .John-
on. and claiming lo be a partner of
Henry Williams who was recently'
executed In Iloanoke Va.. has con-1
!fcssed to Ave murders and numerous t
robberies. Ills reason for writing I
are (that other men havo suffered i
woman at Chester. W. Va.. r.wo .H.1-
lans at Unlontown l'a. a men at j
Hyndman. and a woman at Ma.vhi's
Kerry. Ohio. He alio claims lo hau
a8saUoi a woman at StniinUu. Va..'
for whIch crnie he say!" anotht.r
atlonal Bank Closed.
Washington May 19. The i'liJt
A Glorious Revival.
One of the greatest revivals of re-
good. The crowds lished waded
played outduor gamej and enjoyed a
At 1 o'ejock I'rol. Selvldge. wh3
had provided a largo amount of
crpam and tieaied everybody present
and iho children wore delighted witli
the good tilings.
Succidg was had with roil and Hue
and at evening ewrylnvly sat down
to a lino flub fry. Tho picnic was one
of (lie niOHt successful the pupiin
have ever enjoyed.
Ilov. W. A. Jarre! of Dallas preach-
ed 10 a crowded house l;ut night at
tho KIrnt Hjptisl church. Ho handled
his subject Jn his .usual masterful
manner and tlie church regrets that
ho cannot remain and deliver n series
Shuman Hros. Is Ihe nvno of a nr-v
firm that Jws KolecK'd A. mi.'w to
ombnrk iu business. Tho Inn will
deul lu rui! estate and mnku slior:
loans ou personal property. They
have olllcos in the Noble building.
Confederate Veterans of North Texas.
Tho wny to iulsville Ky.. and tho
Confederate Hounlon Jiuio 14 IK and
1C Is via tho Old Hellablu Texas ti
Paidfie at rates of Iokj lluin one ."ore
for tho ixmnd trip Througli coaches
chair cars tourist anil r-tnudird I'ull
man SKvpers. Kor schedule of Spec-
ial Train -from Tort Worth June 12
and round trip rates seo any Uckei
agent or whlto E. V. Turner Ocnoral
Agent Dallus Texas.
Thcro ar.e as many ways to nlu a
woman's heart as there are women.
By Assistant Secretary of the De-
partnient of the Interior. j
Marriage and Divorce.
A soldier had a wife living from'
whom he had not been divorced at
th time of his m.irrlago to claimant. I
Such marriage was null and void;
and as soldier's first wlfo survived
him. and neither ever luivlng pro-
cured a dUoree. (hero wub no period
of time who n claimant and joldlor
could I nve been legally married. She
W not hit widow nor entitled to pen-
sion. Line of Duty.
The record shows that tho soldier
Incurred tho dislocation of ills left
arin for which pension Is claimed
while Hdillllng lu the barracks nnd
that h- wns not In line of duty.
Tho records of the wor department
show lux that claimant was honorably
dlschnrRod from the service lu the
war with Mexico thu commlsmoner
of pensions has no lawful authiKl'y
lo nuesilon such record und must ac-
cept tho fact us certified to him by
tho secretary of wnr.
Line of Duty.
A disease contracted by codler
while iu cnnllu.'iucnt awaiting trial
for a breach of military duty U not
necessarily Incurred without the Hue
of duty and when the soldier Is ac-
quitted or died while awnitlng trial
a disease so contracted Is held to
have been incurred In line of duty.
The evidence shows that tho claim-
ant owns property "which dons or
should if prudently managed yield
a net income uxecedlng $'J50 per an-
num. Held: Thai alio is not enti
tled to pension under the nets of
June 7. 1S90. and May 0 1000.
Service War With Mexico.
There Is no evidence aside from
tho claimant's (statements that ho
rendered any sorvlco as an cnllstod
man In tho army ot tho Unite
States during tho war with Mexico.
Ills service was as a teamster In tho
quartermaster's department which Is
not a pensionable servlco under the
act of January UP 1SS7.
Cost Cost Cost.
We arc selling at cost every fitrcot
hat in tho house. Como anti sou ou
inlllni ry bargains
lS-Ct Miss Hussell ft'.ilnholser.
INCLUDING PALA THE LEADEI'
The Outlaw Gang Well Nigh Exterm.
inated By Gen. Wood at Cost Nine
American Soldiers Dead and
Many Others Wounded.
(lly Absochitcd Press.
Mauilit Jluy U. More Moro out-
laws against whom General l.ouurd
Vood lias lioci campaigning Iuivl-
been killed in action Including I'ala.
tho leader nud other principals.
Tlio outlaws wore supporters and
follower of tho Sultan of Snlu.
Ceueral Wood's forces sustained a
loss of uino men killed and twenty
one wounded. All of tho wouudod
are doing well. Tin constabulary
niKlalutll two killed.
The few surviving outlaws nr.- be-
liij; trilled by tho troop.
Children Have Social.
Tho Kloreiice McKacheni Hrlgndo
which rouslhts of tho children of tho;
Hroud.vuy Methodist church met s
tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. It. W.
Hmidol yiYterdny afternoon from S
until il o'clock where they were an-
teriulned. The brigade was organ-
Ixtd for mission purposes and the
childr.ui wlio belong havo social gat
erings at uhlch time thoy bring tbc
mites which they have saed. Tills
money Is sent off for missionary pur-
posiv. Tills organlatiou Is one that
Inspires a fei ling of brotherly lovo in
tlie children's hearts i(ud teaches
them to divide with other ihc-ir
1 am making special pries ou Rus-
soil's big boll proline co'.ton seed.
Call at rnc U. II. I'ugh Ardmoro I.
CONTINUES THE ALL ABSORB
ING QUESTION OF CITIZEH3
Fight Is Still Cvi Between the Oovi'.
nors and Secretary of InUnor.
Chiefs Fear the Katy RallraaJ
Claim Delivery of Dsidi.
Tlie question of the delivery i f
deeds continues to bo an alwoililiu:
question umong tho citlzoufi of )i -
natloiM. In tho Choctaw an I Ch!cl
nsnw nations S.000 hind patenU ate
being delivered. Twenty thoufcau'i
inoro aro ready but thoy aro bolug
held back by tho government nuthorl
ties. Tin tlglit between tho govern
on mid tho (vretary of tho Interior
Is still on. In the treaty mado be-
tween tho two iwwiirH tlioro Is u
clause which roads that tho govern
ors shall execute and deliver tho
tlc-ed to allottees. Hut when tho pal
ents came from tho printer tho fol
lowing blank lines nppeared at Ihe
Now tlii secretary stated that for
the prediction of the Indian ho should
approve all land patents and have
them ilrst recorded by tho Dawes
commission before delivery to tlio Iu
dlan executive. Tho governors
calm that there Is no authority for
the- secretary's contention; that It Is
an assumption of power on his part:
that tho eecrctary evidently Intends
to hold these deeds for a period of
flvo years or moro and thoy arc not
patient to enduro with any delay for
tho reason that they apprehend dau-
ger In the old grant of land mado to
tho Katy railway. They fear that ir
the deeds accumulate in tho hands
of tlio secretary of tho Interior that
ho will be enjoined from delivering
them hy the railway company nnd
that In tho end tho railway company
will recover overy othor section or
land adjoining Its rlght-or-way
throughout tho territory
Tho governord fool that they will
havo tho support of congress in their
'action. Tho belief is founded upon
the nctlon of congress In striking out.
the provision In tho abpropriatloir
bill giving the tweretary autliorlty to
and hifiklns It his duty to approve all
Tho governors alto stato that there
la no need of having tho patents ro-
corded by tho Daws commission for
tho reason that congress has divided
the territory Into recording districts
nnd tho adoption of Mansfield's DI
gest makes It binding upon tho al-
lotteo to record his patent with tho
recording clerk of tho district In
which his land is situated.
If Iho patents aro withheld by tho
fecretary tho Indian oxocutlws will
have other forms printed nnd will
continue to deliver tho deeds.
Principal Chief McCurtaln or the
Choctaw Nation Is very aggressive
while Governor Johnston or the
Chlckanw Nation Is Intensely con-
Railroads Guard Against Wrecks.
I'uiblo Colo. May 18. The disas-
trous wrock on iho Denver (c Hio
Grande rallioad at Kden Colo. last
Hummer when 115 lives woro uaerl-
llc;'il to a morcllt mountain nor-
runt is benrltig fruit. Tho wreck
was caiued hy tho washing away of
a wooden bridge over a usually Art
creek bed. Kvery rallrjad in Colo-
mdo hut- now arranged to supplant
Its woodsn bridges overywh-ero In
tho mountains by stono structures
which will withstand any amount of
wuter that rany U. daubed ugaiust
ibcni. Work on these bridges nun
already been begun by tho Uvnvcr
nnd Itlo Grando. Tho Saota Ke
who.-n trains wore dUastrnusly laid
out by Colorado hoods this spring U
planning to not only build now stone
bridges but ulso to erect inuuy miles
of masonry wall along the bank of
tho Uis Animas river from whc"
wutors It has suffered most. Hull-
roadlng lu Coktrado U iu bo made
safe aud certain as money und Umo
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