The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 253, Ed. 1, Friday, September 1, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Friday Stptember 1 05.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ut Itaihi 2Wmorrilc.
BIDNJJY SUGGS Troprlolor.
Srateml Rt tho I'ostonico Ardmore
aa Bcon(lcla8 Matter
November Z 18'JJ.
Published ovory utturnoon (except
BaUirdar) and Sunday morning.
Office of publication North Washing-
One Woek "
Cue Your '
( l'arauio in
Tho omclal nowspapor of Uio Unit-
d Btntos court for tho Southern 1Mb-
5c" Indian Territory. A bo for tto
CWckaBnw Slock ABsuclallon of tho
Territory nnd tho official organ
of tho city.
"Xny orronootu rencctlon upon tho
tkarecter anil reputation of any per-
on which mny bo prlnteil In tho Aru-
Boreltw. or any nrtlclo baBcd on rv-
rtB that nro falie. will bo glad y cor-t-Kted
If brought to tho attention of
nuitlnPHH Manaser'a Offlco
dty Editor's Office "
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Ardmore Friday September 1. 1905.
IpHo his KTeat wealth Mr. HocUo-
feller Is not only on his uppers but
part of the time he Is going without
A Now York man entering Ills own
homo wrb ml'UUcn for a burglar and
idiot. He lost his life but was thor-
oughly vindicated. Ho wns no burglar.
Tho Philadelphia mint has been
closed. We haven't seon any too much
coin down this way. Suroly this Is ono
instance In which supply and demand
did not govern.
" I do not hk? to dfal with men
whose live are devtvted to getting nut-
t.cv" snv Thos. A. Bdlson. There nrJ
lots of us to whom Mr. Kdison comd
find no objection on that core.
Tho prlvnte contractors are still of
the opinion that tho Panama cnnul
should be dug by private contract
while the IMeltlc ral'road owners io
not see any u In digging It at all
l.-ut year president of the St. 1-twls
World's Kiir : this year president of
the Tnns-Mlslslppl Commercial Con
gress. Who can predict whew this
s.ort of thing may yet land David It.
One reaaon the peace envoys won
Mi long In getting down to the real
business of the conference was that
It probably look thwn a week to get
outo the propw proomK-lamHt of one
Speaking of fiituro atnto representa-
tion Hon. U S. Dolman of this city
"In the consideration of tho single
statehood proposition it has been sug
gested thnt wo of the west nro abort
on representation In the national con
Kress and that tho east U adverse to
making separate states of Indlnn Ter-
ritory Oklahoma Arliona and Now
Mexico because of tho Increase In
senatorial and congressional tlmbor
that might when tho occasion arises
hold down tho enst and compel legis-
lation diametrically opposed to the
east nnd vice vcraa.
This Is looking at tho question from
n national standpoint nnd Is of Inter-
est to the whole union. Iato years has
taught us th value of a majority In
both brances of our national legisla-
ture and since these territories admit-
ted as stntos will consume all the ter-
ritories on the North American conti-
nent except Alaskn. It Is woll for nil
s.-ctlons of the United States that we
do not centrnllio the power and au-
thority of any one section. A careful
perusal of tho figures will convince
any man lt.U the Western and Pacific
nnd Middle States not only havo no
grounds to fear n domination by tho
lCnst In the future but should congrat-
ulate tbomselve upon tho energy of
their representations In the past for
Dividing the United Stntos north
nnd south by tho Mississippi river we
have 3S senators west of tho Mississ-
ippi which with tho additional four
senators will give us 42 sonators to
52 senators east of the river. Of those
the southern statos-haVo 20 east and
sk west. The western states'have lu
enst nnd 12 wort. In other words If
we could get three states east of tho
river either In the westorn or south-
ern states wo can control the senate.
If In the future nnd uone of us know
what the future of this great Ameri
can continent may develop the oast
should attempt to dominate the west
the great Boiptre state of Texas has
the right under the net admitting It
;u a state to divide by a jnpalar vow
lr.to Ave stales which would give us
an ample majority to secure any much
The houie of representatives with
its SS members. In the last few years
has never been able to Initiate at.'
IcgMntlon without the consent of the
senate and therefore every bill thit
has originated there has come through
the senate with the tag upon It. Uy
renton of Its site the houfe is un
wteldy and hard to manage. Hard to
manage for the further reason that Its
members bold office by the direct vot
of the people and should be the repre-
sentative body in America. It csn
block legislation but the senate wim
Its close corporation of ninety mem
bers ran always bold over the houe
the elnt of approval or disapproval.
when tho Kreat lakes on th. rorth nd . 11 A PMIOTIPP QipMrn
the gulf on th houth will he the ter MH MHIYI 10 I IUL OIuNlU
mini of the great systems of com
With a population of 25.2iM.l32 west
oi the Mississippi river as against
50sr.C7R2 enst of the river wo will
have 42 senators as ngalnst 52 nnd 129
representatives as against 201. With
ono-thlrd the ixjpillatlon we will havo
four-ninths of senatorial represent n-
llou and three-eights of the congress-
tfonnl representation according to tho
census of 1900.
Such a distribution of power and an
thorlty throughout the union Is tho
best guarantee wo have of equal uud
just laws for 'rill men under the stars
Thousands oi' acres ot corn can be
seen from a car window In an hour's
ride In the territory all ripe nnd In
many ruses the ears linnglng down as
In mid winter. The corn makes a
great showing at this time of the year
but by the middle of October these
TO D ECO ME EFFECTIVE WHEN
THE TREATY IS SIGNED.
The Peace Treaty will Probably be
Completed Tomorrow Full Sum-
maries Will be Cabled to To-
klo and St. Petersburg. . .
Portsmouth. Sept. 1. An armistice
hns been signed to take effect after
the signatures of the treaty. Delay in
cessation of hostilities was duo to
the refusal of Japan to consent to an
At the meeting today Koraura ex-
plained that while his government was
ready to consent to an armistice his
instructions were that this1 should not
take place until nfter signing of tren.y
There In Httlo furniture required
In ninny professional offices besides
ti combination of Globc-Wcrniclce
desk nnd bookcase sections. Par-
ticularly adapted to the require-
ments of teachers physicians
uttorncyti librarians and private
FOR BALIt BY
R. A. JONES
Portsmouth. Sept. 1. It Is now ex-.
pected that the peace treaty will b-
completed by tomorrow nlglu or Sun
day. Full summaries will then be ca-
bled to ToKlo and St. Petersburg for
approval and by Teusda) or Wednes
day next. Wlttle and Komura expect t
same fields will be a disappointment rw;elve nnn' authority to affix the slg
.. . .. nature. Conditions of the artnlstlii
Now they are organising i-oparatol Th viiii; a much smaller body
rtatehood clnbs ovor In Indian Torri
tory. Defore winter ts over thos same
fellows wfll be tcantpertng &s hard as
anyone to get .board the band wa
Minister KocVhtU annonnoes that
the Chinas boycott of American cot
ton pteee poods Is about to He called
off. In vfctefc event such material will
prove to be not only niece good but j
Those Wall s4reet trended nnn
dors are amatenrs at the game after
all. A Denver man b:ibt lr haaks
hy borrowing the money from one to
p&y for the other ami then revering
' With prop r impartiality and a ate
sense of equity . the Knnluble lire con-
tributed to the oampnlpa frnkU of both
parties Hefore blaming the com
think of hat the nolitieians might
have don to it. tf not psxited.
Kecinrorli ndr any other name
will smell a sweet to rh protected
Industry nnd no weer. Therefore K
is doubtful tf this poltry to put a rec-
iprocity through. ntHSfr iW name of ft
tJtdtaC amte tariff will help mitt.
A yonmc man arretted m Chicago
for robbery r that he has squander-
od Ml bim br h fathcrl
within t"0 years -nos of It besnf toot
on the rare. The old . date that rU"fccs
take ut-t ts anN tsi-a
In his om the tranble beta that the
money vent Taster than the horse.
Is natnrally the branch ot the nation-
al Ve pistol re to which the lobbyist
tnms when he deires to Influence leg-
islation and. as the recent scandals
Indicate his work has been felt to the
everlasting disgrace of the entire na
lion. However the west has no reason
to ohjeet un its quota of consresssaen.
The 4t Now Kngiand states have tho
exact number coming to them under
the cenvws of IfetV Tho six middle
elates inclndlng New York with its 37
congressmen are two congressmen
short on their combined population.
The thirteen southern states are four
congressmen short. The western Kates
have three more tkan they are enti
tled to and the Pacific states threo
more than they are entitled. Ot the
westorn states those states hlch have
"fudged" are HHnois Wisconsin Ne
braska. Indiana Missouri. Kansas and
CVdorado. Of the Pacinr states so-called.
North Dakota California ana
Waahiagton have "fudged" and Neva-
da Idaho and Wyoming ha v. never
reaehed a popaUuta saScieMly largo
to MM Hie thoan to a repreeeataiilM
but are allowed one under tlw law.
In apiRarance to (he stranger from the
north hi northern Kansas
lmiska the corn ripens Just twenty-
four hours before the lire killing frost
nnd the stalks stand bright through
most of the winter while here the
corn Is dead ripe two months before
even a llsltt fnwt comes the blades
turn black and many fall off. the ears
hang down and the whole appearance
Is disappointing to the man who has
seen bright. clean stalks on which cat-
tle eagerly feed.
A Texas steer got loose In New-
York last Monday and ran two miles
up and down the streets. Injuring a po
liceman and butting Into a trolley car.
In f.ict he probably created more ex-
citement than any Wall street bull
hns done since llrown stirred up the
cotton bears so badly a few months
A carlcad of broom corn was sbip-p-
d from Carnegie. Ok a fow days
ago and brought to the farmers JbO
a ton. This left in that small torn a
large amount of money and In such
a hape that k could be profitably In-
vested again. It has been repeatedly
d era on Mrs ted that broom corn does
woll In many portions of too territory
and It Is strange that the arceage is
not nfnrh greater.
I will lie arrnncod bv nleniixvtectfaru
nnd No- here.
Provides Strict Prohibition.
Muskogee. Sept. 1. Committee of
flfty unanimously accepted report ot
Mir committee on prohibition which
provides for strict prohibition In
strong terms. Coniattee today also
formally adopted sections on corpora
tlons which follow closely provisions
of new constitution adopted by state
in Virginia in 19tS.
Money to loan on Improved city
property at lowest rates. Inter-State
Mortgage Trust Co. Thos. J Saaford
.gt. ji7. w Main st. ;s tr
Are You Engaged?
Engaged people should remember
that after marriage many quarrels
can be avoided by keeping their dl
gestlons in tood condition with Elec-
tric Bitters. S. A. Brown of Bennetts-
vtlle S. C. says.: "For years my wife
suffered intensely from dyspepsia
complicated with a torpid liver until
she lost her strength and vigor and
became a tusre wreck of her former
self. Then she tried Electric Bitters
w-hich helped her at once and nnaily
made her entirely wU. Stie is now-
strong and healthy." V. B. Frame the
druggist sells and recommends them.
at JOc a bottk.
Stolen One dark brae m&re mule
7 years ohl. branded blotch rod H on
right shoulder about 141- bands high
rope burn around left hind leg. Wfll
give iiS for mule and HOC- for con-
viction of thief.
H P. ROWAN. Bauas. I T.
We ore exclusive agents
for HN0X' Stiff and Soft
W. H. Byrd Co.
Exclusive Men's Furnishers
Comrade Poured Gasoline Over
and With a Match Set Fire.
Hannibal. Miss. Sept. 1. Charles
Christian the eleven year old son of
l.ee Christian was nearly roasted alive
tin the street here last night by a com-'
rade named Mii-aln who dahhed tht i
coutcnt-s of a can of gasoline over tn. 1
clothes of Christian and then applied a
lighted match. The clothes were burn-
ed from the boys bodv and he cannot
Many persons ran to the rescue kna
extinguished the flames but not untt!
after they fatally burned the lad.
We are headquarters for up-to-date
tailored clothing Call and Inspec uur
woolens we ar sure to please yoj.
1-3 FARTHING BROS.
E PH CURE III
Pauls Valley National Authorized.
The comptroller of the currency has
authorised the Pauls Valley Natloaaal
Hank of !auls Yall.y to begin bust
ness The new bank will have a cap
iial stock of $;s.tKft The officers are.
T. A. Vaughn president : J. F. Meyers
vice president and A. R. Hickman
Morphine Opium Cocaine
and WhisKey Habits
CURED IN EIGHT TO TEN DAYS
(By E. E. Gulllot & Co.. members of
New Orleans Cotton Exchange.)
Ardmore Sept. 1. The following
are the quotations for today:
Auc Sept $ T8 -
Nor Dee .. i M
Dee Jc .. .. JUS ".
Jan Feb . . S M jr
Feb Mar ' j ... S ft 4 Tf
Spots and Sales.
New York Futures.
Open Hign Low
Spots and Sales.
New Orleans Futures.
Open High Low
Oct. -UK ice 10
Dee io to : lots
jn M 7t 10 m ic t
Spots and Sale.
New TorK Cotton Letter.
Ardmoro I. T. Sopt. 1 Fol-
lowing is Xew York cotton .let-
ter by Mel my re:
The cotton market was. quiet-
now state It ts hardly pwaamlili (Wtt
v. hax-e tar degeatetatwa a 10 kk'
any nch mcmgM aa i)tat salwd mp
with i he atatrtkod t states 1f
Muskoiree eaoxitiom eraJl ha -
tth. ues c Mn!a( TMe Jawmal
Tba' Chi. kasha JrtdJje who wvmld
flr.e a. ".arbelor r--J an ta liaory
tT-.at aiwax-s aaan-s r
Ug? r i. ' 'av beon aa IMay matter
er and steadier today. This
NVbraka kaa pram hrslf awst however was only aatnral after
dtploaaatic aad is abort N.MM "s yeterday severe liakinir up
far her th quota: CJtfmta a'--d foplr t. Ijr-i. Thore
7S.OO0 hor. and
. rs :
TS 1. 1
My treatment is perfectly harmless and has no bail
effects whatever. Our Sanitarium is stristly private and
per.-ons coming here for treatment ira ully protected
from outside visitors. My remedy ' 13 unhdiawal
treatment bpt thoroughly eliminates all narcotic and
alcoholic poison from the system (hoicny destroying ah
desire necessity or craving for drugs or liquor.
For lull particulars address in confidence
Ardmore I. T.
22 FOR A FEW HOURS' WORK
WP W I DAY "r ffln. wmn. r bf r flrl rtr II ytktt tf aj
nt niLU rHI lO.OOMCA5M.orjcarrloof anyt.ttf ca-t
valaatl article ot turn uanoiM mcb &eltitf Mutlnet Gait uovh
Muiiral lnatrotnenta 8Uit. LUrai WatchM. fumiiar. fcicycit aid
lmiUr Taiaa llt article . all trlTtn tr of an coot to mny man wobjuu or tej
orKlrtOTrrU7arto(a.hoiwll Lan4 out tier our larp irtural &r.
cLaaiJl raUlomir tn to tht lr lrl na an J ntUhbon iubjt telltvtrj
cooditlotu iUUeJ U oar ipe-. ul booUrt.
WE SEND YOU 25 CATALOGUES
tb rru' 4 ta whotn you rlr tb rmtllour pay DoUklsic for iLemz tij aro
aaaaliltatf ! Ton ilmnlt 1UtrlNnta ih ( ui hi tm
tew Loon' orkaD4ttt little Ut ot roar rrtlm It rquirr. ..t rivoyoii Hthtr SI 0.00 tn caat t rr
c f manr Mwaltr ar mar valyaM artlclta. aubloct oolr to tha vrrr liberal cocditiaiia Dnrtkit 0tix
A RARP nDDnnTIIUITY ff mn mf fiffntra arm aihera. l4t trjmtft. itiicftii cat.
w ismiM wa a will will i
itftara. aftnts. auarrtnttnint an rtrtman ( (actartta. Urfryoiti yraia
ura iaiiniuTiiiTirn auu iiwm ikth piuwui irtrurn i(r urn Uvfdors ana Olr DO lia CKJlaXGJ
raUtnir or baMntr rallM vra an ttfpttonal opportunity tt any man or woman In anr poaitloa to nt a MATCH.
GUN. SEWING MACHINE or athtr aiual artltla or S 10.00 IN CASH far a f ttf lihla artart for ocJTtaxtit.
cut XI af atjr ) rra CATALOCUES. aubjact to toa direction and conditions atplaloed In oar FlteE KOOILLET.
flllR CRCC nCPFR Cut this a ant ana atna taws. an w witl an raw a attlalooatut rrtttrn a&an.
UUfl mtt Urrl.ni potpii.trr lthtaBrrornpUmfnurQUy axr4alalAr tLt eitracarty UtralrtxlJOj
U vtikh v pay II M tn caah. or fla vartoua Talnabl article for aafh ti ratal oc that ar dutrlbatetf fcr ta.
address. SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. CHICAGO ILL.
L'ivacrtakls and Embalming.
North of Ardisoreite. North W'af. lf-
K.t I'w. Plxwe 341 and 4S3
To the Lewis a ClarK Exposition
You have no doubt though't of going to Portland this
summer Why not go now?
You can maio the round trip for less'than the one-
way fare have all possible privileges not to mention
the opportunity of seeing theGraud Canyon of Arizona
GO SANTA FE and return by any direct route; but
there's no room hero to explain. Ask any Santa Fe
Agent or address
.W. S. KEENAN. G. P. A.
Sjixwh" U tk aaaa umet4
by the Mako onvrtiito Mir Urn law alarlty oT taw Moatrta erf In
VZJTTVZ .w JT twas a very weak opening befoie
Wteoaaia tfeira U t.4a short. I .
Sk.M OaUhooa and ladtaa Terri- lne l'lTerP001 clln ;
wry can ta m am nt pbmumc uuuirry mvir wou uu wii
to ta eaaa of aaoa wfcica oar expected and the Journal of
rnTMNMaUoa twM wiu Conmerce monthly crop report
-comMm Waautea of TfJ. was Q)OC r lhan had hem
Wall k. JZnZL - taeral filing bro
tm Hrr h M a 1t W ; prices at about a flee n point
wm ta vukt mr aav H r from yterday's cke.
cauav Katcfcy. lUtaxaK Wtaaoaaia.
aa4 inaalWy Oata aaa allclrtaM. ae-
nns s aaaiaaa aar rtdkwl laghihi-
itoa amy .tar of Yh$rti woaM tara
thr aMjortiy aaalaat tk are
mot Mkoly io aJ oar 4iaVoHj
If vh condiUoii prove to be
about 70 it would indicae a crop
prospect at present of about 10.
0a000 to 10500000 bales after
mikins due aUovaDors for tte
if 4ual exare ration in ifce repirts
aalattaaa oar iiatat; aiaawft aatk aid also the overesti station of
a CMaeaaVx Mao ad Wiwlac. tfcaa redueiioo ia acrefatnk It
fro. HMta aaatat mm of tha rtT L. opiaiOB at on such a rrotv
.xmtrii ta iNtttw r ABH-rir. ta aa Pnoe woaJd sell ulnat?ly very
Let Mr Xixon show you a
South Bend Watih move
men: pat on the market by
a firm hedd by Clem Stu-
iragon fame. There is no
watch movement made ill
America that surpasses it.
We have an eieellent value
in a tuaranteed JO-year
val) chain. It is con
;iroeied ia the same man-
ner as -a f30 year -watch
New deaisns u Ladifs'
Chatelaine Fdbs. New col-
ored roid Bnh on our
lately received 'or-kts.
Mr Nit.it tt l
A WORKMAN OF SKILL
Kb aofor tat !.i do to lmpr!v r tr
aoiltBita axjtfiMBtft. tor vttloh the :..
' r of tfc Tbt to Vay. TUiuhr it
cvn wn tor repairs M ALLKN n Our
vockatea kao tbdr trap a.l In al.lHton
or p 1 ro arc pum-uIimhI that no Hi-
lar l ovrt.almt ttoat our irro"xl
D. E. ALLEN
Broadway Carriarje Shop
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