The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 264, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 14, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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ffilp Stailn arDmorctlc.
. SI13NHY SUGGS Proprloter
ICalrl nt tho Postolllce at Arflwore
as Second-class Matter
November 2 1833
Buelncss Manager's Offlco wo
City Kdltor's Olflco
tUKii.ii.ui nvcrf nftcrnoon (CXCCPt
faturdny) and Sunday morning.
Offlco of publication North Washing-
One Week J
On Year 5 00
TIio official nowspnpor of Uio TJnlt-
Od Qtates court for tho Southern Dis-
trict Indlnn Territory. Also lor tho
Chickasaw Stock Association ol tho
Udte.ii Territory and tho offlolal organ
ol Uio city.
Any erroneous retloction upon tho
eJksracter and roputatlon of any por-
on which may bo printed In tbo Ard-
Buoroltv or any artlclo based on re-
ports that nro false will bo gladly cor-
rected If brought to tho attention of
Ardmore Thursday Sept 14 1905.
Reports from tho Caucasus sy
that the Tartar have been joined by
tho Kurds. No wonder the Cnncasus
la In a ferment.
4 4 ! -J-
Vice President Fairbanks has start-
ed for borne and It may bo expected
that tho temperature will fall thoro
In a few day.
if It Is truo that a cmnel can go
eight day without a drink how Ions
could e go If you fare him one say
h gin tirkey or a bum slush?
:- : : :
lynohln should atop in Texas If
for no other reason than to avert the
lectures on lawlessness from Chicago
tlin most lawless mwn of Christendom.
An Asnerlcan negro woman who
masqueraded m a mnn in England
was aunt to u Jnnatlo asylum. We
could norer understand the .British
Idea of humor.
A special to the Oklntioman ray a:
Near the big Irrigation dam In Hartle-
inim county. Texas a now town site
called Damslto has been staked off.
This will be uo bad town by a daufsite
: : :-
A salary of about $12500 Is paid to
ever Hum-Ian minister and the salary
Is for life oven h the minister Is in
olHce only for a few months. The min-
ister cf Interior and finance receive
Jurfe addlilocaf sum.
The Sf. Louis alone-Democrat says
that the grandfather elau" will have
to ko tut of the constitutions of some
if the souther fcfatss. No such clause
can be found .In any southern constltu-;
Hon. . .
If there Is any truth In the scrip-
tures that mac out in. Sooth Dakota
who .killed himself boeauae his Con-
science hurt him isn't feeling any bet-
ter now ihan he did before ho changed
A Kusslan went . .to a pier In New
York to meet his wife to whom ho had
Kent money to come to America. His
mother-in-law oame Instead. Only the
Russian language is capable of por-
traying the feelings of thai poor
In order that they might
not ho disturbed by early
arriving omployo some bur-
glnrti In Ilerlin put upon the door of
a store they were robbing a placard
reading: "Closed on account of sudden
death. ' The r.ise was succossful.
.;. .;. .. .;.
Oovernor Jeff Davis of Arkansas In-
tend to prosecute his canvas for the
United States senate 'to the finish. It
Is not likely therefore that he will
become a candidate for president and
run the risk of being defeated In ev-
ery county in Texas by Roosevelt our
.;. .;. .;. .;.
Tim I.6ulsvllla Courier Journal says
"No one will appear In the democratic
lists against Mr. Urynn In 190S. He
will name tho ticket and write the
platform." That Mr. Ilrynn will be a
stalwart flguro In thp next national
convention none will dony but there
w no rrason to bollovo ho will under
take to monopolism It function. Mr
llryan In too unsolflsh a democrat to
undortako to iu a groat national con
vention as a personal asset.
Kach man-of-war Is built upon papor
boforo a single plato of stool la forged
Not only nra tho length and broadth
of tho ship decided upon but tho na
val constructor can toll to an ounco
how nv.ch water she will dltfplaco
when her armour and nuns nro mount'
od upon her how many times her pro-
pollers will ;revolvo In a intnutd with
n glvon procure of steam nnd bow
many tons of coal an hour must be
consumed to attalna certain rate of
DEVOTION OR DESERTION.
The other day. In New York a mil i
was ariested for irand i.i'v-ny t.-.'
weeks after his marriage. The hildo
immediately applied for a divorce.
And thus the question has presented
Itself: Ought a wife to desert her hus-
band If he commits a crime?
Answering this question the Judge
of the court refused to grant tho dt-
vorce L'oldlng decided opinions con-
cerning tho womhri who desert the
man sho has sworn to lovo and
Tho Judgo said:
"Many a man charged with crime
by Indictment has been found to bo
Innocent. Tho duty of a wlfo at such
a time Is to bo at her husband's sldo
and by her presence soothe him In his
hour of trial."
OooJ! Old-fashioned but good.
Persons seek divorces on too slight
a cause. Th" matrimonial bond Is loo
mil on a rope of sand. Let them wait
Moreover that sort of affectation
that flies on the first sign of danger
la a poor sort. This Is Indeed a hard
world If at the Drat serious trouble
thoae who love us should go against
Many a woman ha stood bravely
by her husband' side when the world
turned Its back upon him to find In
after years the blessedness of faith
Many a mnn has clung all tho closer
to a wife whom tho world has cnlled
guilty nnd has won out In tho end
saving both himself and her.
Truo love Is no deserter.
It stay by.
U may have Its awful doubts about
the innocence' of the loved one hut It
cling only the closer. And when the
skie are clear it faith 1 justified.
Whatever comes. Love has been true
Devotion ha its great rewards.
And Desertion its pains.
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ITS THE RUST.
The machine that lies idle is far
more liable to Injury thou the machine
The idle machine g;t rusty.
.'Air and dampness do more damage
tmv.i wear and tear. Let the machine
remain inactive awhile and the coat-
Ins; formed bjr the corrosion soon cov
er the bright metal and the parts be
come i.tlff and cranky.
And what is true of machinery Is
true of humanity.
A man neglects the working parte
of his body. Nqrmslly these parts
should be exercised. He Indulges b
member in idleness . Whatever vital-
ity and working force they may ha
hart when in continued use neglect
causes the machinery to run stiffly. It
Is the rust.
' A men may neglect to t-xerclse his
working brain forces. He may have
ever so quick a mind but If he does
not uso his mental machinery. the rust
of idleness is soon over It.
A man may neglect ft use the moral
forces .that are In him. There is a
weakening somewhere. The machine
let down. And soon 'the parts are
And go cf society or government
associations of men for special pur
Note this: When the primary or the
convention or the ballot box working
parts cf government are neglected
tho rust collects. The machinery works
Ioorly. It may break down.
Keep your body working without
frletlon by systematic exorcise.
Koap your mind bright by using It.
Keep your soul clean by working It.
And ns for society nine-tenths of
Its evils are caused by the Idleness of
Its necessary working parts .
It's the mst.
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR.
Tepeka Bank Receiver Says Devlin is
Topeka Kan.. Sept. 11. According
In Receiver Ilrndley of tho defunct
First National bnnk of this city the
New York underwriting corporation
has practically been organised to as-
sume all of tlie liabilities of C. J.
Devlin end It Is said crodltors of tlu
Devlin ontorprlscs nnd bank will be
paid dollar for dollar.
Must Take Out License.
Washington. D. C. Sept. 11. The
Commissioner of national revenue to-
day delivered a decision that manufac-
turers of medicines composed largely
of distilled Honors must tnko out 11-
rectifiers and Honor dealors.
Threafs Analnst Komura.
Victoria R. C Sept. 14. Advices
from Toklo state thai Inctmdlary post
cards nro bolng received at tho For-
olgn otllce threatening that Huron Ko-
muro will he nFeasslnntcd uu his re-
turn from America. The Toklo Yom-
omlura publishes tho text of ono which
Haron Koinurn. our envoy In Amer-
ica hearing Russia's bluff has made
concession on concession so that tho
i victor of tho war Is the vnnoiilehod. H
this is tme. wo Bhall tnko off tho
heads of Count Katsura nnd Har n
h ''ltii .rd ti I'uiblo Ftcps
r 4:i t f ir i.r.
A. F. and A M.
Ardmore lodie No SI A. T
ft A. M. Regular meeting oi
i . . . i i.
'Vtaeh month nt 7:30 o'click
A. EDDLEMAN W .M.
a. ii. nnucE Sec.
R. A. M.
Ardmore chapter H. A
it. No. 11. Regular meet
Ing second Tuesday nighi
In each month tt 7:30 o'
clocl. Mnionlc temple.
Q. H URUCK. II. P.
J L. Q-.'
COUNCIL R. & S. M.
Ardraoro Council of
K. & S. M u. d.
stated assembly first
Thursday each month
at 7 no p. m. M'asonlc
ROUT. 11. HEN RY. T. I. M.
Q. H. DRUCE Itoturder.
Ardrnore commnndery Nc
fi K T meott first ItoniU-
In ovory month.
A. H. PALMER E. C.
G. H. nnUCE Itocorder.
Ardmore lodge No.
1. O. O. F meets ever)
I'ucsdav tileht it fiili
Fellows hall 7r.0 cclok.
FR.ED HAVNIB N. G.
I. n. MASON. Sccrettry.
K. of P
Myrtlo lodge No. 7
Knights of Pythlss mee'
In Cantls Hnll.
ovor' Thursday :venln
ntANK iiEnnYiiiLL. ic of n. s
sr. w. a.
Moots in regu-
night In K. of P.
U. T. REXROAi
D! W. BUTCHER Clerk.
K. of P. call
F. O. E.
f:30p. m. in
T. C. URIDGMAN W. Sec.
wanton Ardmore No. 4 Pstrlsrcb
Militant. 1. O. O. F. has regular ir
n? on Brat and thirj Xnndsy. siP'
u each month.
WM.. DF.VKNSt' Com
13. T. NI8BBTT Clerk.
. 10 I. O. U. F. meets ovor
l'Tlday utht at Odd Fe
lw ball nt 7:30 d'clrtcl
W. W. TALIAFERRO.
D. T. NlSBHTT. SerDe
Aramore camp No.
33 Woodmen of the
J World meets every
Friday night In the
month except the tlhrd in tho 1C. of
ED SANDUN. C C.
JEFF JONES Clerk.
Meots first Monday afternoon nt 3
o'clock and third FIrday night at 8
o clock In each month.
MRS. A. E. CURTIS Guard
MRS. T. H. STURGEON Clerk.
tftf I ownsteln N. G
I R. Maseu Sec.
A. O. U. V.
Ardmoro I3c5go Mo. 11
mett3 regular ovary Cn:t
and third Wednesda:
nishts at K. of P. ball
W. R ROBERTS M. W
A. LOWEN8TEIN. Recorder
Hollo of tae PralrU
hlvv No. 1. Ladlei o
the Maccabees meets ot
tho first Wednesday at
ternoon In oach month
In the Odd Fellows hall
MRS. SUSAN MASON.
MRS. K. M. GOFF
Keeptr of Records.
1. O. R. M.
Washita trlbo No. 3J
Improved Order of ned
tmen meets In Odd Fel
flows' hall every Wednes
day nlghl at 7;30 o'clock
J. F. SON.
D. T. N1SBETT C. of R
' llanu.ey's Cholera and Ularrhoen Run
nwa- at hand It s an ahsoiute nnMiote
fnr friiv tipples wati rn'olon etc
i'' c . i ' n's.
rVT? Ardmore Rohekah
tLftA Lodgo No. 20 I. O
YfSFrA. m O F. meets every
IC8?lSy i Tlr.ir.day night In I
tin BffXJJ O. O F. Hall.
I u nvMSBVS Dura store.
(By K. E. Gulllot & Co. memberE of
New Orlenns Cotton Exchange.)
Ardmore Sept. It.-The following
are the quotations tor today:
Liverpool Futures I
Sent Out .5 4 o
Nov Heo ... i 61 M
Deo Jan - W! '
Jan fob i. M litA
KoIj Mnr S CO ft Ss
Spots and Sales.
New York Futures.
Open High Low
.. ... 10 31 10 MS 20 31
10 1 0 10 52 10 37
10.41 10 60 10 40
Spots and Sales.
New Orleans Futures.
Open jlllgh Low
10 20 10 40 10 20
10 W) 10 tl It 3D
10 10 10 M 10 38
Oct ... .
Spots and Sales;
81 1 I
. S3 18
rfent . .
li 1 S
111)08 OATTLR Mill I I
atilonito 1S.090 11090 1.1.00
Kaneatt City . 7.600 :m 2.001
Omaha 4JK0 4 m '. Liu
Hok4 stoany 7100 hitt over. '
Itotn ln a yoar hk 2000
New YorK Cotton Letter.
Ardmore I. T." Sept. !4.-Fol
lowing is New York cotton 1 t
tcr by Mclntyro:
The dovelopmcut of an acti c
"eimintl for Oct. put new lift' in
co tho market todny with tbo re-
sult tlt.it it showed a much be t
t t undertone with ti large vol-
ume of business and has again
become more attractive to the
speculative element. The do-
l.ftnd for Oct. came partly from
-ig shorts and spot dealers hav-
ng out 1 "J o sales and from ae-
'.ive buyii.L- by clique brokti
who appear to have started the
ior.g expected and mucii talked
-f. deal in tliose contracts.
It remaius to be sen how
liirgo the sieculative interest
outstanding in October is and
iiow much short interest there
left to squeeze. It is however
.elieved that the pool is willing
inu ready to take at least 75.000
to $100000 on its contracts
should it become necessary.
Yours very truly
E. E. GuilloWt Co.
R. P. O. Klk mee.
neeond and fourth Prl
day in cacb month at
Elks hall Weat Main
W. D. JOHNSON E. IL
R. L. SANDERS. Sec.
1. B. E. W. .
International Iirotherhood ot Elec
trioel Worl;ers Lodije No. -lOfi mootf.
very Friday ovonlns nt Union hall.
E. M. PARKER. Prenldont.
A. A. HOLCOMU I-'. Sec'y.
General Teamatero Union No. S83
J. B. DoARMOND Proa
O. W. YOUNO. Sec.
At Publishers Mailing
That moans tho lowest
price and tho same price to
Beit valuo in TABLETS
offered in Ardmore
Mr N'lxnn iloos tho tift cncrnwuK
anil watch repatrliurlu Arilpicire
imuaoisTs and jrwiams
V J fcr
RELIEVED AND CURED BY
I RAEDGAR RIDER
mtifclv ;oni r.nd a ronMntia. n of
In com) ; u co ry
(Signed) I. K. RIDER.
Kidney Disrases I'rey upon Muscles Drain and Nerves Keep
You WaaK Lanetii'i ann ??ervous. Doan's Kidney
Pills Cure Sick Kidneys
A man or woman may be. to all ou-' ' ARDMORE TESTIMONY
ward appearances perfectly well and
yet feel weak nervcii awl helcw the B. P. Mills of Ardmore I. T. tailor
mark: may lack ambition and suffer . . Kirtine . -.ng wbki mti
touehea of backache and urinary di( aB(J der' resWln l " esl
orders. That person ie not wen at all. itrwt saysh 'in the mcnth of May
Very likely the kidneys are ulcle tor .nn. .. J u. ....
.h first effect of rick kidney is ccm- 190! 1 a for Publication a testlrao-
jehCon and impure blcxd which nial recoaacendlng Doan's Kidney
cause ncrvcniBness backache anl ' p.. T. . . .
heodncb-. A second effect i uric! K- Thy roe of a"1 ln
poisoning which brings rheumatic'
pain sediment In tho urine. Bravel i
stono in' tho kidney Sout. etc An ad-1
vanc-ej mage of kidney trouble Is
marked by ilally losn of albumen
through the urln and consecjuent fail-
ure tf oicrgy weight and appetite.
Kxamtne the urine. If it Is too red
or too pale if there Is a bad odor or
a depohlt of sediment and If the pas--sages
are too frequent or sennty It's
time lo treat the kidney?. Use Doan's
Kidney Plllq a kidney remedy that
lias cured many n btubborn case
arnotiK your own ownspeoplc.
Sold by all druggists. Price 50c. Fostcr
This picture shows the Hot Blast ring in
the great BucK's Hot Blast Heater that you
are hearing so much about these days. :
It shows how the cold 'air is drawn from
the iloor into the stove. This means that
there is constrant circulation in your room
a most- important feature from a health-
eiving standpoint. : : :
There is no "dead air" in your home.
We will demonstrate the workings of this
wonderful heater in front of our store on
SEPTEMBER 15 and 16
After the 'demonstration we wilt give the
heater valued at. $25.QO away. Get a ticket
at our stort. : : : :
Ardmore. Thursday Sept 14 1905.
There is little furniture required
in many professional offices besides
n combination of Globc-Wcrnicke
desk and bookcase sections. Par-
ticularly adapted to the rcquire-
ments of teachers physicians
attorneys librarians and private
POli SALE BV
R. A. JONES
are exclusive agents
ItN0X Stiff and Soft
H. Byrd Co.
Exclusive Men's Furnishers
i-'on. Ira E Rider whoso let-
ir is publifhed lielow is Mem-
' - of Contcress for tho Four-
iciith New York District. He
. s in Ntw York City Is aBHo-
. "-d -fth the well- known law
). Lcxow Mac-Kellar Ouy&
H -. and wa Secretary of the
. ifr'o of Manhattan for four
;.f.- of our iPRlslators at
... -.iiiiK'on have learned the
' of Uoan's Kidney Pills
. .h personal use and hear-
jj x "omrnend them. Mr. Ill-
rc'ti Milburn Co. Uuffalo.N.Y.
i;ntkmen: Your remedy
l ean Kidney Pills deserves
'k- grat .tude of all who suffer
I'-our hldne;- and bladder trou-
.' -" I was relieved and cured
c f -ilclnc y trouble by Doan's Kld-
Pills exiierlencIiiK marked
!j f the second day.
The urinary troubl pain and
i ragging sensation wcro almost
T'i'cine resultod In n short time
back never severe enough to cause
me to lay ott wri' but nlt to
cause roe more pain than ono should
tnJure when Doan's Kidney Pills can
be easily obtained. Today a year af-
ter rna!;ing my original statement I
cannot add anything to it except that
I have exerted myself in many wnys
but have never had tho slightest symp-
tom of a recurronco of myxoid trouble.
Doan's Kidney Pills euro absoltitoly."
- Mllbum Co. Buffalo N. V Prop's
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