The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 429, Ed. 1, Monday, August 28, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREI7C
Ardmore. Monday. Augjlt 28. '$0$
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S1D.VKT SV'JOS Proprlstor.
Salt-red at U 1'os'offlce t Ardtaore
is ScoadlM Matter
November !. ISM-
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tatorday) od Sosdav aorslag.
Offlee o( publication North WuWiS-
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trie. Indian lemiorj.
CkiOMW aim ""-" -
I Territory. 4 U o11
AJ wivirtvw- - -
character and reputation of mr
ms which ttvar b printed in tin. A-
kotsIm. or any srticls bMd on r
irto that ar Mat. will bn gta4ly cor-
rrctrf If brought the attention or
iMitneM ManaT Office. . .
Citr Bailor's Oa
Look DUUac. .
Ardmore. Monday. August 2. 106.
TVa cxar'a backbone la aald to need
atlQenln. Jaat now Japan thinks his
bank account alio need atittenlng.
When be toes back to Tuskegee
Professor Booker Washington will
loetrtfeM boast to his pupils that Sar-
atoga treated htm white.
The Muskogee statehood convention
will not kilt statehood at the forthcom-
ing aeasion. Congress has been an
aaataat the Indian lobby before.
The separate statehood u; porters
it In said will arrange their plans so
that they can climb Into the "one
state" band wagon If necessary.
aA the summer ulrl remember we
havo It on the authority at Dr. Osier
that freckled girls make the best
vivos and the elusive summer man Is
Th London syndicate has advanced
the price of diamonds 5 per cent a
fnct which may be overlooked by Sec-
rutary Shaw In his next address on
Ihu cost of living.
Patrick Uuckley uf Ludlow. Mass.
recently nte within on: hour fifteen
oranRus twelve Ijananag three hard-
Irullod okrb nnd a blueberry pie. Sure
It Is n mouth for pie Pat hut.
Anothur evidence uf the vlcioueness
of clRarette sraoklnt; is found in the
act 'of the cowboy who threw down
u match after lighting one and burned
4000 acres of pasture land. Voral:
There Is on doubt that your lltUe
boy Ih bright but don't Insist on his
reciting before toinxu.y. In the first
place ho may not want o and then
jiKidu your oomnrny may not went
lilm to oitliur. l.tt him run along out--iloors
A Colorado exchange aajre: Mrs.
Humphrey Ward who is coming to
this country to got "atmosphere" for
a now story will locate at Newport.
Hbc will find It there In lanse. fragrant
chunks. but will the English mitliorl-
ties allow her to put It In print.
ItoJestveiMky has notlfW his faimly
that ho will Imve Japan for home
about the first of September. If the
peaco envoys do not adjust tha troll
bios of the two nations amicably It Is
probable that there are several !tus
slniiH In Vaucliurla who will t-nvy him
The more the proposition of Fres-
lilent ltsevelt to break th deadlock
lietwoen Japan and KukMc Is consld
crotl the funnier It becom'. In sub-
stance It was that Russia should buy
back llusslun territory from Ja
pan thus Klvlng Japan the money she
demanded as an Indemnity and fur-
tilhhlng Hussla'the cliance to say sho
had not lost any territory by the war.
U la oxplalnod that the scandals
about the ponelon liureiui are nut In
regard to tho pensioners themselves
hut tho omploios In the bureau Itself.
Tho corruption llko nil similar dove
opmcnU camo nut by accident and
appeared on IU face a ploco of euro-
lessncoH. It dooc not neod much abil-
ity as a prophet to predict that a sront
deal of corruption will come to light.
It would ho strange Indued If It wore
otherwise and if federal employes
who s o tho oxtent to which deserters
and "bounty Jumpers" pry on tho
govcn'rar-iit did not help themselves
to a Ultlo .f UK- plunder tlia falls j
THE INDIAN'S t-AST DITCH.
! The Maskoge no sta:ehMi conTea-
i tk is In seesloa and proposes to r-
i ssaia la session until a constitution is
framed. TbU coareatloB la la the
hands of the Indian element and that
element la aaeaased by the leaders
aa4 they waat bo caaage otcaaae
taey are maklag fortunes out of the
nreseat roaditions. This to the last
protest of the Indian's against accept-
ing the white man s form of govere-
meat. Taey have made a loa. Igkt
and thus far a tw-eeesfal one bat sow
they are marked for failure In spite
of the fact that the- are skillful lob
byists and use money freely. However
congros has already Indicated thai
they must soon accept the common
conditions of American citizens. The
law already provides that the tribal
relations shall cease to exist oa March
4th 'hat oa that date the Indians
hhall become citizens and accept the
repo&ttbiUtles which go with this
hsnge. The leaders of the Indians
tee all these things and know that the
change is inevitable but they hope to
postpone the move a few years. They
raise the objection that to unite them
with Oklahoma would be to over-
whelm them by a strange people. This
is a mere subterfuge. The Indians
are a very small pari of the people of
the Indian Territory. They would
have no more to say about the gov -mi-mean
of the state if It laccludues only
Che Indian Territory than they would
If the two territories were united. In
either case they would get what the
white people saw lit to give. They
undoubtedly would Care well as the
two great parties la order to secure
Indian votes would nominate loading
Indians for oaVe. The Indian will ap-
peal for all these things which they
know congrss will not grant which
they think the white people would not
accept. At hut failure await these
shrewd manipulators of affairs fur the
Indian tribes. O&gress will grant state
hood to the million white people in the
two territories and while guarantee-
ing the rights of the Indians the
white man will not be forgotten.
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Denlson wholesale dealers are forc-
ed to ship sugar to Dursnt and then
pay the railroad's local rate back to
Denlson. This given them a rate of 31c
against the Texas common point rate
of lie. Sugar shipped from Nw Or-
leans to Durant through Denlson is
laid down In Durant at 20c a hundred.
If It U Mop pod at Denlson -the freight
rate Is ilr a hundred. Truly freight
rates are fearfully and wonderful.y
made and North Texas pays thom.
FEVER NOW AT NATCHEZ
YELLOW SCOURGE HAS THIR
TEEN VICTIMS SUNDAY.
The Heaviest Mortality of Any Day
Since Yellow Fever Was 'Discover-
ed and Smallest Number of
New Cases The Record.
New ensos. 31.
Total enseh to date 1.71a.
Total deaths to date 255.
New Orleans Aug. 2". The record
shows the fcmallest number of new
cases since Aug. 0 and the largest
number of deaths on any day sinco the
fever innde Its appearance. The tin
usual number of deaths Is attributed
In measure to tiio change In the weath
or lost night being cool ami pleasant
In great contrast with the weather of
the proceeding week. Three well
known merchants aro among the new
eases. Only two names that can be
traced to Italian origin are nmnng tho
list. Of the deaths three are Italians
Two died In the charity hospital and
two In the emergency hoplinl. All
but two of the deaths were down town.
The principal news from outside t!ie
city was the announcement from
Natchez of the discovery of six cases
there and the attempt to blame New
Orleans for them. This s regarded as
rather xtrange In view of the fact that
of all the tight iiuarantlues axulnst
New Orleans Natchez has maintained
the tightest not even allowing Its own
!Mople to enter if they had been nenr
New Orleans. Other report from the
country are as lollow:
inttertton no now cases ami no
deaths; Amelia two cases; Ilsyou
llouof one case; Pecan drove three
cases and one death; Kllzabeth planta
tion one death; Hanson City four new
rases and one death; St. Hose two
eases; I'ort Barrow two cases; Ninth
ward of Jefferiou parish one c?o.
iJtko Providence throe cases; Gulf.
I'ort three rases; Mississippi City tin
Named it "Sequoyah"
Muskogee Aug. 28. The eonstltu-
tlqnal convention sub-committee pre-
amble has adopted tho nan a of "So-
qiioynh" for the new state.
Taggart Divorce Case.
Wooslor Ohio. Aug. 2S. In tho trial
of tho Taggart divorce case today a
sensation was oaiued when Waltz who
has been testifying railed ox-judgo
Sayser a liar. Keeling was Intense
and bitter for Ihe minute. Mr. Tag-
gart enter d tho r.xjm and her pres-
ence added to ihe int' i-r st
Mrs Tugart . - rn Iho stand In
CONSIDERING FINAL PASSAGE OF
Awaiting Japanese Response Regard
ing Russian Ultimatum There is
Nothing Deing President Ap-
peals te Japan Again.
Although ih.- public was led to be
lieve that the meeting was d-flnPeiy
adjourned until Tuesday. Astorlsted
Press turned that according o th
Joint understanding between M Wltte
snd Mr. Takahlra It was agreed that
there would be no meeting until Ja
pan's response to what may be re
garded as the Russian ultimatum ar
rived. The meeting therefore may net
be held until Wednesday or Thursday.
ToMo must bow decide and judging
from the tone or the Japanese press.
the government mutt undergo a great
deal of opposition at home if It tcids
Toklo. Aag. 2s. A spe-telly sum
mooed council of the cabinet and el-
der statesmen Is now in session in the
palace to consider the anal passage
of the peace confereace at Portsmouth.
Portsmouth. Aug. 11. There m a
persistent rumor that President Roose-
velt had made a new appeal to the
emperor of Japan.
Toklo Aug. 1. A cos for en ce of
cabinet officers and elder statesmen
which began here early this morning
adjourned at two o clock this after
noon and proceeded to a plae where
the deliberations were resumed under
the presidency of the emperor. It is
believed thai the decision wll! mean
continuance of the war or peace. No
manlfeststions have resulted from the
Portsmouth. Aug. 2$. Associated
Press has definite knowledge that sev-
eral days ago President Roosevelt was
authorized no behalf of Japan to waive
all claims for Indemnity of reimburse-
ment for cost of war leaving the ques-
tion of the same to an arbitral 'on of a
mixed commission.- Thij statement
was transmitted tp the Russian Em-
p ror thrcugh the American ambassa-
dor at St. Petersburg. An Associated
Press telegram announced that the
Czar's reply was 'partially responsive"
there i.t reason to believe that this pro
position on behalf of Japan was not
ckarly understood at Pewhof It was
supposed to be a revival of an effort
of Japan to secure Indemnity under
the guise of purchase of Sakhalin.
It Is believed that the conference
which was held last evening between
V.'ltte and TaKahlra was for the pur-
pose of clearing the situation and It
Is now not Imposlble that Japan will
agreo to aettlo the question of Sak-
halin. Examlnglng Trial.
The 'xamlnltif trial of Tom McOhee
charged with assault with intent to
kill Dr. Fann. which was postponed
last week till today was- taken up this
afternoon In the commissioner's court.
Dr. Fann has sufficiently recovered to
testify In the case. A number of wit-
nesses were prevto-.isly examined.
Money to loan on Improved city
property at loweat rates. Inter-Stnte
Mortgage Trust Co. Tlios. J. Sanford.
Agt 307. W. Main St. 2S-tf
A SERIOUS COLLISION.
Fireman Killed Engineer Fatally Injur
red Passengers Seriously Hurt.
Logansport Ind. Aug. 28. One man
was killed another fatally Injured and
a number of pasRengere seriously hurt
In a collision which occured on the
Pennsylvania railroad In south yards
Shout three miles from this city early
today. Fireman Walter Eversle of
Richmond is dead pinioned beneath
his engine. Tho engineer was thrown
beneath his engine and both legs were
severed. There were about forty pas-
sengers on the train all of which suf-
fered to some extent.
ZlAItA IS THE DEST.
The Ardmorelte Is Read.
That tho Ardmoroltexls road abroad
Is xhown In tho fact that Tho Journal
of Uibor published at Atlanta Ga.
has tho following to say:
We learn from the Daily Ardmorelte
that tho labor agitator Is In that beau
tiful little city and has evidently found
a fertile Held.
An advertisement in the columns nf
the paper announces the fact that S r.
T. K. Chonte Is running a line of first
class hacks and employs only union
drivers. We commend Mr. Choatv to
the favorable consideration of all the
Georgians who may be traveling In
Strayed or Stolen.
Prom my barn night of August 24th
Small prey mare branded ALA (A
look like Inverted VI on left hip.
Nick In upper lip cut by rope. Ixft
front Mine on. .Mane roeched. In good
condition. Weighs about S50 lbs. Any
Information loading to her recovery
will be appreciated by
J. A. I.BATHERWOOD
2Sdtfwl ArJmore I. T.
Certificates not Necessary.
From James A. Mnddox repreientn
tlvo of the Dallas News who passed
through tho city It Is learned that a.i
passongers from the north beforo on
torlng Texas aro now being sworn that
thoy havo not been In tin Infocton
"district for six days and In atldi'h'i
to this must sign a statement to 'Mb
effect. Certificates he says are not
necessary in view of this fact. The
neg regulations nro much mor con
venlent and passengers will appreciate
the steps taken by the qimrnntlno of-
ficers to accomodate them.
Tho police made another raid on a
crowd of ngrn crap shooters last
night with the result that seven of
Mielr numb-r wr-ro brought e fore tho
police -Mirt tin m-Tnlig rirtrli)H'ing
'0 UlC ) t-jff. r $IJ
THREATS OP 1
.ERS AT TRACY CITY TENN
A Battalion of State Militia Ordered to
the Scene is Threatened that Dy-
namite Will be Used In Cul-
ver. Outlook Is Grave.
Chattanooga. Tenn.. Aug. IS A
battalion of state militia ordered to
Tracy City left Cowan this morning
All sorts of threats have been made to
dynamite the culverts over which the
train will pus. The outlook Is con-
All Is quiet at Tracy City this morn-
ing. Nashville. Aug. ST. Six compsniej
of the Third regiment of the state
militia. Colonel S pence commanding
have left camp at Karri man. under or-
ders from Governor Cox to proceed-id
Tracy City wnere strlkking coal min-
ers are threatening to make trouble
The troops are due to reach the so n-
early tomorVow. The Tennessee Con-
solidated Coal A Iron company who-
mines have been closed for a curiM-l-erable
time because of the strike of
United Mine Workers has announced
that the mines will be reopened io
mcrrow with non-union labor and th--sttitude
of the unJon men gives
ground for fear that violence will fui
low such at temp' on the company!-
City today snd made two address
one at night being to the miners -x-
clusively. lie old them any attem;
at lawlessness would be prompt 1
punished but that he would remain
on the scene as long as necessary and
see that their rights were ful! re-
pected. His speech received :he .-.-
attention of the men. Sunda '. y
the mines was quiet.
whl'e It r-.c: .
p;cture work don-
but llitle at S S ("'
(By E. E. Gulllot Co.. members of
New Orleans Cotton Exchange.)
Ardmore Auguit 5S. The foi:slng
are the quotations tor today:
Dee Jan .
Keo 11 r
Spots and Sales.
New York Futures.
Open High Low Clots
Spots and Sales.
New Orleans Future.
Open High Low
. ll 01
Spots and Sales.
. M 1-1
. 13 &
IIok opened Krone SM9 left over
HctA hoc a year ai;o 11060
The most pleasant and positive cure
.'or indigestion heartburn and all stom-
ch troubles Is Ring's Dyspepsia Tab-
lets. They aid digestion tone and
strengthen the stomach. Sold by City
Let Mr. Nixon show you a
South Bond Watch move
merit put on tho innrketby
ti firm hoadttl by Clem Stu
debaker of S t u d n b a k o r
wagon fume. There is no
watch movement made in
America that surpahses it.
Wo havo an excellent vuluo
in a .uaianteed 20-year
watch chain. It is con-
structed in tho same man-
ner as a 20 year watch
New desiirns in Ladios'
Chatelaine Fobs. New col-
ored gold finish on our
lately roi-oived locltots.
Sir. N'lion dro tho lt enuravlm;
and watch repairing In Ardmoru
COLEMAN B R'O S .
I'M I-TJ WDJKWIUEIH
I'll oe ici
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to i-t I H
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g .vjtv yohk:
In addition to the Hot Blast demonstration on 2
the outside of the store September 15 and 10 in- f
$ side we will have a crceat Buck's Range st up
and in operation and every woman in this vi- f
cinity is invited-to see its wurkinjra : : t
Drawing for the heater takes place on Septem-
I ber 10 at -1 p. m. : : . : : .
N O B L E BROTHERS
S JJ i "e a sy?1? of the most serious troublt whldi
can attack a woman viz: falling of the womb. With this
generaliv come irruiar painful scanty or profus? Z ods'
n"'' weaHen.ln8 ains dreadful L Kaclie headachS
nervousness dizziness irritability tired feeling inability "to
walk loss of appetite color and beauty. The cure is
THE FEMALE REGULATOR
that marvelous curative extract or natural wine of herbs
winch exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on
all female organs. Cardui relieves pain regulates the
menses stops drains and stimulates the womb muscles o
pull the womb up into place. to
It is a sure and permanent cure for all fern le complaints.
2TI S A LETTER
It ailde timidity and write u
m iraiKijr m Kiricxeii coon
dence tell ng uj all your symptoms
and troubles. We will end freeadrlce
tin plain sealed envelope how to
irjrelhc-u. Addreii: Ladiei'AdrL ory
Dept. The Cha'Uiiooya Med! mu V-o.
I fc-l w
Ss. ..9 x and 'lurablllty of our lumber ar the atrooi:
0 fii .'0'nH u"n tt1cl1 wo Pride uurKf lvin. The
rcsM tS't'i- ' ---5) -jfSjiyelIow Pino plank shown luour janln liaTe. tho
Wtll- t Ir& I SnfZS"tTKa:lh ot a elopliant. II Ih of well-neanoned
Z ''lt??k!;;5'lcl. 'ree from knot aud other Imperfections
iiumM. ZiTiS-fAs .r-S wpslrlnir durability.
Punts All the
There is little furniture required
in many professional offices besides
a combination of Globc-Wcrnicke
desk and bookcase sections. Par-
ticularly adapted to the require-
ments of teachers physicians
attorneys librarians and private
FOR SALE BY
R. A. JONES
We are exclusive agents
for KNOX' Stiff unci Soft
W. Ii. Byrd $ Co.
Exclusive Men's Furnishers
I "I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
(ti niv .nmi ... 1 1 . .
"alto In my right and left aide' and
my mensea were very iialnr.il and
Irregular. Since tailing tVrinf I
It.'vLi'1 uer omanand do Act
clue I eier had In my hou.e."
wherever It ha been Uxed 1i3h Hiii-i-i.KHfnllt-
eatbered many a olnrm. and WAM HHlr I: linn tl
to kIvm unnatUfactory renultx. With nuch au
Vetabllihed reiiututlon for the excellence u
1 ar maienai wu havo built up n tood bui.lne.ts
7777 "' " ur purpose to keep I liln up. Why
don'tyou purchase your lumber here? We'll
JmaVo the price rltht. Vlult ouryard anil taako
..IEast Side Lumber Cb.
her own U'ffn r d r nr ht day
All the Time
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