The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 219, Ed. 1, Monday, July 24, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore Monday July 24 1905.
$ljc pailii SUDmoitttc
8IDNIJY SUGtIS I'ropricior.
Bntoml at tho I'ostoIIlco nt Ardmore
as Second-class Matter
November 2 1893.
rublldiod cvory nfturnoon (except
Baturdny) and Sunday morning.
Office of publication North Washing-
(Haynblo In Advance.
Tho offlclnl nowipapor of tho unit-
ed States court for tho Southern Dis-
trict Indian Territory. A o for tho
Chlckawiw Stock Association of tho
Indian Territory and tho official organ
of tho city. .
Any erroneoiiH reflection upon tho
character and reputation of any per-
ion which may bo printed In tho Avd-
moroltw. or any nrtlclo based on re-
ports that nro false will bo glad y cor-
rected If brought to tiio attention of
Ardmore Monday July M. 1905.
nv tlu way. what him Mr
wiy about the retaliation 'f Mr- Mor-
ton Horn an S000 government Job
to accept a JGO.OuO Job with ft cor-
poration! Another bank reported all right by
government bank examiners has been
prove 1 nil wrong. Wliat no umm
amino do 1" cam their salaries?
Oklahoma olalms nbout fifteen
dn...R ihn immilatlon of Nevada yet
j.v;vl:i U a state while Oiilahoma Is
-iv n territory. Such pro tho fruits
of partisan politics.
U 1ms been calculated by tho do-
nrinii.iit of uKrlculturo that ever)
lime the sun neU Uic bnd roads of
the United States cont tho American
faron'M $1500000. These nro gov
iirlt of men In tho
cabinet a generation ago. Tho rcu
nn thev did not Rtep out of the cabl
net In'o $100000 John was that there
was i ot enough Jobbery going un In
SlnNJ the attorney geneal of Arkan
on announced his Intention
run amuck among the trusts they will
have nn. opportunity to get tnoir nn
his on straight and send their conll
dentlal clerk out of the country.
T-.ri .iv lma ordered lu Fiunco
torpedo destroyer three gunboats
two transports and artillery lUtlngs
and It is rumored that hb soon as
these are delivered the sultan Intends
to put out his tongue at tho czar.
Tho Hussluns predicted a long time
ago that peace would bo arranged for
hi Atokn. This prediction Is. coming
tmo. Its terms will bo arrnngod In
Toklo and communicated to tho Uus-
Blanc fit PoiUmouth or Washington.
A. Iowa farmer. Hued for 2600
for breach of promise says tlmt If he
...n.i. invn tin must have been talking
in IiIh Bleep. That' u ood defense
When you aro making love you talk
i.ui i lin same ft you do when you
Tho Now York topic of topics ap
nea to bo Town Topics. When
vrin.r will nay big money to
get ii scandal hushed up U U h cinch
that It Is a cndal or vnsi propor
tlons. Tho average New York mem
her of soeloty doesn't mind little scan
And now an American woman U be
ing iue! in Seotlaud by her husband
who Insists on bavins the allowances
liromlaed him In an niitc-nuptlul eon
tracL That fellow l a dub! Why
dooa he not get up in the nluut and
search her iwckets where they nans;
over the chair back? That's the way
half tho wives get their allow ancs
The aristocratic system of the Kiu
ulan navy is working out Its most mis-
chievous but most logical results in
erecting a well of exclusive enste be-
tween officers) and men. Instead of
cheerfully responding to dlsclpllno
tho Uusslan seaman obeys tho orders
of his (superiors with savage reluct
nnoe. Thorn tiro other navies suffor
lng from the reinio system of caste
only In a Httlo loss dogree
Dispatches from Shanghai relating
to tho Chinese boycott tako palna to
explain that It In not tho Ame.-lem
Kovornnient that has displeased the
.Chlno-tc etc. thus attempting to
'uiiinlii nn administration givon over
oul rnd body to tho stnnd-pattery
which stands for the policy of oxclu
Klon which has brought on tho boy-
t "Protection" Is at the bottom
of It In Central and South America
iind over ISuropo.
A NOBLE WOMAN.
vnwrltabale story Is told of a
brave little woman who lives In Stat-
en Uland. Her name Is Mr. William
Iter liuubnnd Is a gambler and It ap
pears ho Is nutto it aiicpoasfiil gambler.
Ill line I betting on the races
llul Mrs. Connoll lws conscientious
scruples about gambling.
Sha does not want her husband to
engage in it. one noes noi mum h
Is good for him or any ono else. And
she In made proof of her sincerity.
She will not surfer her huslinnd to
support her with gambling money.
Hnther than use tho monoy won by
him on the rnco track she endures
comparntlvo poverty for herself and
Wlllnm Connoll Is jronorous as
most gamhlera nre. Ho love his
wive wants her to llvo well nnd havo
nil IV comforts of llfo nnd he In
sists that she tnke the money he
wins. Hut she refuses It. He leaves
bundle of bills In drawera where she
Is sure to Mud tho monoy. Of eoura
she It sorely tempted aim neods It;
hrr chlldren need It. Yet she will not
She support herself and her chil
dren un her earnings a a avninntroaa.
Some people call Mrs. Connoll I'url-
TIiom poplo nro nnrrow-mlndod.
Mn. Connoil Is only living up to
She believes gambling Is nn evil
which will provo her husband's ruin
If-ho keep nt It.
Sho realizes that alio cannot ac
cept the benefit of gambling' money
nnd t fi'ectiially preach against gaml-
lliig to her liitsbmd; heneo she Is sac
rlflcln.r herself nnd her children to
save him from the habit.
She couldn't do otherwise and bo
the true noble woman that she Is.
The woman has noblo convIctlonB
nnd the exhibits ft noblo fidelity to
The world needs more men and wo
men' Just like ner.
Principle Is first with her and her
words are simply backed up by her
We would all bo batter If wo llvo
up .o our Ideals. None or u la a
good as wo want to bo.
Our Mnmlards of living are higher
than tho lives we load.
It 'h because wo do not obey th
dictate of our consciences.
Mr. Connell has ti conscience
whole dictates sho obeys.
Sho Is an oxiimplo for other.
How ninny women aro nntlpodal toi
her? Thero nro too many of thorn
who ii uioy can oniy m tno money
to Indulge themselves In luxury nnd
extravagance never concern them
elves with the fcourco of their hus
band's revenues. They do not lniuire
whether their husbands are going Into
debt whether they are treating their
creditors fairly of whnt menus they
employ to obtain the money which
dlsalprtcii In extravagant living.
they old there would be fower moral
wrecks and llnnnclnl failures.
Kew women mny be ablo to face
and work o:it a problem In moral law
as Mis. Connell Is doing. Hut every
women who Is honest with herself
would do as sho litis dons.
Arrangements have been made by
the Japanese minister of finance to
lenvo In New York bnnka nbout?C0-
000000 of' tho $75.O0O.0rtO which
Americans paid for their half of tho
last I'.: no of war bonds. The monoy
will ? used to pay for goodH bought
In this country. Sixty millions Is not
a very great sum as between coun
tries but It U enough to go a xront
way toward securing a guarantee of
amiability between the United States
nnd Japan. While Japan borrows
money In tho United States nnd
leave It thero for safe keeping there
would hardly seem to ho danger of
collision at arms.
Where Happiness Is found.
Don't look for truo happiness In the
mansions of tho very rich whoro high'
priced physicians are called In to doc
tor every ailment. Hut aeek It and
find it too In tho comfortable homes
of the mlddlo claasos and so cnlled
poor whoro Green's August Flower U
always UMd to keep the family
hoalthy euro all stomach troubles
whether Indigestion dyspepsia con-
stipation loss ot appetite bilious at-
tacks or torpid llvor. Trial bottle
Augiut Klower 25c. Hlg bottle 75c
V. U. Pramo .T N. Coleman.
The most pleasant nnd posltlvo cure
for Indigestion heartburn nnd all stom-
ach troubles Is King's Dyspepsia Tab-
lets. They aid digestion ratio and
strengthen the stomach. Sold by City
For young ana old tho best pill sold
Is Dr. Dado's iJttlo Liver Pills Never
grlpo nover fail to clenso tho sys-
tem nnd tone Uio llvor. Sold by City
During tho summer kidney Irregu-
larities aro often caused hy oxccsslvo
drinking or bofug overhenteJ. Attend
to tho kidneys nt onco by using Fo-
ley's Kidney Curo. City Drue Storo
(Ily B 13. Oulllot & Co. members of
Now Orleans Cottou Exchange.)
Ardmore July 24. Tho following ail)
ho quotations for today:
.. 8 M 5 W
S 7S S r
...A tt 5 W
& W S SI
.. .. 5 M 6 VI
.. S 8
Dec Jan.. .
Spot's and Sales.
New York Futures.
Open High Low Clota
n w n 1 10 w n c
10 M II 20 10 98 11 16
.!! U0 11 'it 11 (0 11 It
Spots and Sales.
New Orleans Futures.
Open High Low Cloje
.... ... 10 :o n 13 10 hi ii o:
11 I'O II 17 10 w n n
........ n 09 n n 11 02 11 17
Spots and Sates.
Hiicitu 10 1
. SO 1-8
Hog opened nte.itly
8.4U0 hogH left over
ItecelptH year aiso 8.000
New Yorlt Cotton Letter.
Ardmore 1. T. July 21 Fol-
lowing is New York cotton let-
ter by Mclntyre:
The development of heavy
rains in parts of Texas over
Sunday with a cloudburst at
Dallas and a rainfall there ol
.( 1-1 ii.lww i-itl I t !
I 1111.11V.. . . 1 1 . . I L' MA
inches in half a dozen different
iact.s jn that state and heavy
r ijns jn Mississippi completely
cimngori the aspect or tlio cotton
market todoy and sent the shorts
and reactionists hurrying to cov
er in all markets.
Liverpool bein' the first to
open tho buying movement first
appeared tliere and carried spot
Citton mere up u i)oints and iu-
IslturesHto 10 points when the
U i trade here ' al liirured on a de
cline in that market of I to
points to have equalled our net
lull ot baturday.
This was equivalent to a me
of about 20 points in our market
and we started on strong on
that basis from Sat close. Oct.
opened at 10-.D0 and then wont
up to 10:Ds and then oroite to
10:111 on strong ellorts ol bro
Iters to break the market down
In this decline of 7 points it is
estimated that over nU.lK'O bale
were sold by about D different
brokers supposed to be acting
for some ol tho bull interests
realizing protits on cotton which
they were compelled to take in
supporting tho market against
the bear raid of I' riday and Sat
Tho easy manner with which
this cotton was readily absorb
ed has astouished the trade and
further efforts to break tho
market were abandoned and
turned into an effort to cover
There was an absence of much
selling pressure from that time
and price.- were o.isily advanced
to 11.12 for Oct. On tho last
bulge there was good inside set
ling and profit taking and the
market reacted somewhat under
Yours very truly
K. B. GuilloUv. Co.
now uu' i'oi'i;-.
Dew was former!)- suppose I to f.il)
softly from the heavens ami to this
belief may be iicrlbcil many current
mul poetical phrases; but dew doc
lint fall 111 the exact meaulng of the
term. The condensation of watery
vniKir follows upon tho chilling of tin
air. This Is seen as the earth eooI
toward night mul It takes place mud
rapidly near the ground. Crass npd
other vegetation cools more rapidly
than the ulr above it. The air In con
tact with plants Is thus chilled ami dc
posits Its moisture upon the leaves of
tho plants In low. When the chilling
of tho ulr proceeds further the mo'i
ture may he precipitated to a e insider
able height above the earth's surface
Snmt college graduates aro work-
ing in tho Kansas wheat flotds but It
goes very much against tho grain
Attend Landing Body of John Paul
Jones at Annapolis.
(Hy Associated Press.)
Muscatine Iowa July 24. Tho
John I'uuls Jones was put ashore at
10 o'clock today and forty minutes
later o'mple ceremonies attending IU
placement In the vault on the naval
academy grounds was completed. The
formal national reception of tho body
with nproprlate vxerclseB Is reserv-
ed until It shall be placed In tho
splendid naval chapel now being
Youno Girl Murdered.
(Ily Associated Press.)
Mtiscatlna lown; July 25 The
body of a young girl nbout 22 years
old haH bean found In the river with
her throat cut. A coroner's Jury re-
ttinin.1 n verdict of murder. Tho vic
tim has not- been Identified but I
thought to bo well connected as she
wora diamonds nnd was handsomely
WENT STRYCHNINE ROUTE.
Decatisc She Was Not Allowed to At-
tend a Camp Meeting.
Abilene. Kan.. July 24. Carrie
Hotirhlnl tho 18-yoar old daughter of
a farmer near hero committed sul-
cldo today by taking strychnine. She
cavo. m th reason disappointment at
not having having been nllowed to go
to the AdventUt camp meeting with
A t'nrfcoo Tlin Mutter.
Uvcn the cuckoo which has no home
Is strangely faithful to locality. In nn
Essex district nn old cuckoo known to
tho whole place by a distinctive stam
mer In his speech was seen and benrd
regularly lit the same parish for seven
consecutive years. Loudon Ontlook.
Great opportunities seldom present
themselves but every moment of every
hour of thy conscious life Is an oppor
tunity to Improve thyself wlilcli for
thee Is the best and most necessary
A Mnnrt Wumnn
"Hllcclns u'fc lil:s be Is the
smartest nmn on earth."
"No" niiswcred Miss Cayenne: "she
doesn't think so. She merely makes
nilgglns think Mie thinks so."
Gentleness and cheerfulness thest-
come before nil morality: they are the
nerfect duties. Hobcrt Louis Steven-
A green subaltern who was smoking
while on duty was reminded by a sen
try who had seen many jenrs service
that It was against tho regulations to
smoke near his post and he advised
the subaltern to throw his cigar away
He did so aud went on his rounds. The
soldier then picked up the cigar and
was enjoying It quietly when the sub
Why how Is thlsV" ho asked. "I
thought no smoking was allowed near
"That's true" replied the Fentry.
Tin merely keeping this alight for ev
Ideiico against you In the morning."
Trout WiirnltiKM. "
111 discussing whether or not trout
bear a correspondent of the Amateur
Sportsman asserts that they do not. In
his opinion their sensitiveness to up-
proachlug danger Is due solely to the
vibration of the earth along the stream
nnd the consequent vibration of the
water. Thus persons standing perfect
ly still are able to talk and laugh with
Impunity when the slightest bodily
movement of either will frighten the
Tin- Ht-iil VU-tlnm
'Was anybody punished for Graf
"I understood he was acquitted."
"Ho was but the business men on
the Jury lost money and missed their
meals" Washington Star.
A 3lotlfl HllftlMlllil.
"Does your husband ever make you
a promise and then break It?"
"Oh yes. Hut Jack Is so good! He
Is always more than willing to make
me n new one."
Sorrow Is a school of virtue. It cor
rects levity and Interrupts tlio confi
dence of sinning.- Atterbury.
Folov's Kldnov Curo purifies thM
blood by straining out Impurities and
ones un the wiiolo system uures kiu
ley and bladder troubles. City Drug
Juice of two lemons and one
oran''e with their rmds
choiincd: Hint bottle of
Grape Juice; pint of water.
Sweeten to suit tasto and
serve ice cold.
Robertson's Grape Juice is
a palatable nutritious and
easily digestible food for
T. Nixon does tho best
puf;! nving and watch re-
pairing in Aidmore.
Druggists and Jewelers
t A -IT i sir
LAL.fi LUK 1 AliNO
LACE DOOR PANELS
jo White Lace Curtains.
Call niul see thetn anil
with the designs and
New Shirts and New
w y T n n
w . n . u i nil
Exclusive Men s Furnishers and Tailors
Less than n year old the Southwnst Limited baa
become tho prelerred train for firat-claes travelers be-
tween Kansas City and Chicago. Every cur on this
train Is owned and operntod by the
o Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rv.i
(Jompartmcnt-dbBervatlon sleepers standard deep-
era dining cars chair care and coaches Mere nil bnllt
oxpressly for The Bonthwest Limited and are without
equal in beauty nnd comfort.
Leave Kansas City Union Station 5:55 p.m.; Grand
Avcnuo 6:07 p. m. Arrlvo Chicago. Union Station 8:55
n. til. in time for trains to tbe north and the east or
for the day's buelnesa.
C. L COBB M. F. SMITH
Southwestern Passenger Agent Commercial Agent
907 Main St. Kansas City Mo. aoi-aoa Slaughter Uldg Dallnf
:Gi:j0 0 0:JO:iH::-
DRS HARDY &
j' 'Spl s
Large clean airy well-lighted rooms. Equipped with
every modern convenience. Surgical Diseases and
Diseases or Women are given special attention.
Trained nurses in attendance. Charges reasonable
TO DELICATE WOMEN
You will never get well and strong bright hap-
py hearty and free from pain until you build up your
constitution with a nerve refreshing blood-making
It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink
It is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable
Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache
backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty sr profuse menstru-
ation dragging down pains etc.
!t Is a building strength-making medicine for women the only
medicine that Is certain to do you good. Try It.
Sold by every druggest In $1.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
freely and frankly In strictest confid -
encc telling us all your symptoms aod
troubles. We will send free advice
(In plain seatel envelope) how to
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory
Dept. The Chattanooga Medicine Co.
TT-vT A TK. Tf or
Ecru Lace Curtains.
Arabian Lace Curtains.
you will be impressed
R. A. JONES g
on Straw Hats!
Ties Just Received
Furnishers and Tailors
"YOU ARE FRIENDS
1 of mine" writes Mrs P L Jnn n
! Gallatin Tenn ' '
"For since Wig Cardul I have
I gained 35 lbs. and am In better health
than for the past 0 vrars 1 tell m
. husband that' Cardul 1 wo th Tts
j weult . 0j to . ..'! lf
I " -..w.f
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