The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 266, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 14, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THE bAIVY -ARDMORCITE
Ardmore Tuesday November 14 1955
ic pail? SVrDmomic
SIDNBY SUOGS Proprietor.
THE SENSIBLE VIEW OF IT.
BELIEVE HIM ASSASSINATED.
iit.red t tlio Postolllce at Ardmoro
as Second-class Mntwr
Nowmbcr 2 1893.
u..neB Matincer'a Offlce &-
Cltr Killtor'8 OUlcc "
"publbibcd ovory afternoon (uxcept
mturdaj) anil Sunday morning.
Office of publication North Washing-
One Month j
(Payable In Advi.cc.
-"ThTofflclal newspaper or tto unit-
BUtcs. court for the South
trlet. Ind an Tornuirj. -
FhlekaVaV Stock Association of the
ifdtan Territory and the official organ
t the city. . .
"AnT erroneou. reflection upon the
rtancter and reputation of any per-
ion -rhlch may ho printed In ho Ard.
urelt or any artlclo based on ro-
rU that are false wilt bo 'gladly cor-
seted If brought to the attention of
Ardmore Tueday November 14 1905
Tin- Chieftain asUs: Will homoono
who l.nows please rlH.. In his placo
and tell us .Vliiit the returns of the
Mftiuoynh cltVfhm really were?"
Tim holiie ' of Stonewall lt til bo
bought hy (thg. dau.tMrs of tho Con-
federacy' of Virginia anil transformed
Into a hospital as a memorial to the
Kieat confederate lender.
Thc-'inarhet value of the railroads
of thp VnltAil u 1.250.000.000.
Pennsylvania stands llrst In railroad
property having JU..WpOO; Now
vnrk I Kecond'.' with 890"000.00() ami
nii..i.. .hini with JRO0.000.0OO. Ohio
lllimui? ii... ......
Is fourth. Mlnausota fifth.
I oo '
Coveruor Krantz of Oklahoma en
JoyH the (llstlnctloh of bavins knocked
down the president three times In a
private boxInK lout at the White
House. Applicants for office under tat!
present administration should go Into
It 1 now claimed In Washington Uiat
President Itoosovelt has tho power to
fire tho cntlro civil service comtnls
hIoii. If ho runs out of anything else
to do and a million Incompetents par-
tisans and HK)llsmen are patting him
on the buck lauding his herole work
and urging him to do It.
There lias b-m so much unadulter-
ated iioiiwnso published Hhout the
cordiality with. which Proslduntltoose.
Veil win received In tho .south during
Ills recent Journey Hint It Is refresh-
ing io note a nne anil Honslbk view
mic-Ii us that or the Washington liven-
ing Star. Some Journals have sorlous-
ly nscrtcd Hint wen; an election to be
held now or In the future with .Mr.
Itooscvclt as a Candldalo for the
presidency he would swutp Hie entire
We cannot Imuglilo a more 11a
grant rltnllengo of tho InlolllBitaco
of tlie Kotilhern people tlTan this. It
Is an Insinuation that In cabins tln-lr
ballots they are not swayed by con-
victions but aro so emotional anil
hysterical that their ballot can be
obtained by any hurrah sort of man
regardless of the principles he- Inay
The Star say ttuly that however
strongly a man is opposed wnuo a
candidate for tho prosldeney. ho be-
comes after election an object of In
n-rest to all the people- The peopl '
desire io see him and hear him speak.
That Is all Ihere.Ts to Ml. Thi- 'Star;
Xiitlilnc new whatever ellhVr In
the president or In thu southern peo-
PIC was UIKCIOSVII in Uliw vimi. j
fi-Mttirn of It iinlcht have been llmnt-.l
In advance. There was the man young
ardent fond of thu prowu aim respon-
sive to popular iicelalin. and there
were tho people schooled In hbspl-
i.iiliv unit naturally appreciative of
sand" and strenuonsness. They reward
these qualities In tholr own ami into
them In others. The result was a se-
ries of hearty addresses on both sides
and somo tl'i top feasts tempting to
any palate. Hut voles changed tomor-
row or next year or In 1908? Not a
one on your lire:
The plain truth. Tho wide differ-
encesju.bellef between the South and
.Mr. llooscvclt are 'too well defined to
Justify any statement that under or
dinary political conditions he could
command the support or the dominant
element of the southorn population
The suggestion that he could Is on
par with the oft-repeated fiction that
the South is democratic merely be
cause or Hie negro question; that it
believes In lepnbllcan policies and
would support the republican party
but for the negro. Yet. It Is admitted
thai tin- negro Is not an Important fac-
tor In any southern state politically
There are many republicans In the
south who are men of character and
nblltty. There are many who bellevu
in protection. but they are in a hope-
less minority. The overwhelming sen
timent of the south Is against Ding-
l.ylsm. against ship subsidies against
colonialism against trusts against
republican extravagance In favor of
an Income tax. In favor of riming
John Tlsdale a Wealthy Mining JMan
Cheyenne Wyo.. Nov. 13 Friends i
In this city of .lolin X Tlsdnle th
wealthy mining man who mysteriously
disappeared last Moinl-iy In Now York
under peculiar circumstances express i
tile opinion that he Is il. ail and aMcrl
that he probably has been assassinat-
ed In conseipicnce tjf the part he look
lu tin- cattlemen's war which was
waged In Wyoming 15 years ago.
Tlsdnle. then a prosperous stock
man. of this city was one of the party
of cattlemen who chartered a special
tin I irln this city and accompanied by
n gang of fifty hired Texas gun fight
ei's made a raid Into Johnson county
tho stronghold of the county govern-
ment. Tho wealthy cattlemen said
these small stock. raisers wen- "rust-
lers." The leader said the big" fellows
wore endeavoring to control the range
and were willing to countenance mnr
dor lu order to get the land.
During this raid two prominent lead-
ers of tile small stock raisers. Hay
and Champion wero shot down by the
Invaders loiter friends of Hay It Is
said swore revenge on Tlsdalo ami
informed hi in that they proposed to
make him pav with his life for the
death of the chieftain.
(Hy 15. R. aolllot & Co. members of
New Orleans Cotton Hxchange.)
Arduiore. Nov. II. The folio .v!r.
are the quotations for today:
. Liverpool Futurei.
Nut Ilt-o - "6 1 7J
I)po Jnn ?' 6 W
Jnn Fob ..
Kelt Mar .
Spots and Sales.
. ...5 m ft m
..ft M ft 7
-AM ft Id
i HAIR fgy STUFFED
IHT HARRY Wednesday night . Kith.
Healdton 1. T.. Nov. 11. This sec-
tion has had another big rain which
has stopped all work anil will injure
tho cotton crop very much.
Rovs. Rowan and Sclvally from Arl-
more passed through en route to Ijiw
ton tho first of the week.
Mesnrs. Cornish and Taylor of Cor-
nish were on our streets this wcoiC.
Messrs. Klbbel! and Wright from
Hewitt were hre S''is week.
Mrs nob llh'.ini'. rid tho mlsforti.rw
to ran into tile tire Thursday nnu was
painfully and km- ly bill nod -ibu'it
tho body. Ho.- irother I. W. Cra-
had his hands palnfiilly liurneil lu "
tlnculshlng the names.
Mr. locum of I.o.t Orove was lie-r
Lots were sold here yesierday by
New York Futures.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Io to io w io 04 io c
. . It 01 It 01 10 H0 10 Hi
.........II I II HI to 11 03
Spots and Sales.
New Orleana Futures.
Open. High. Ixiw.
io tw u SJ 10 T7
.. it on it to s
.....:..ll It It 37 II I
FOR SALE AT
.Bifj Furniture Carpet and Stove Store
Spots and Sales.
4 S I - '2
'.-V 3 it
Cotton 10 to 10:00. Seed cottou
Ilecelpts 300 bfies.
ho goyernmen. litre are some ten pr niothcr iH something yet r
. 'fSrove Chace and wife and Dr. Cor-
don will leave early next weok to
.visit in Southern Texas m-nr Hrowus
I'hu girl who thluk she knows more
We have just received our complete line of
Fall and Winter Suitings
and are prepared to give you more for your money than
EVER. Before placinjj your order call and examine our
line. Our prices arc RIGHT. Come and see.
Suits From $25.00 up
Every Thing a Man Wears Except His Shoes
W. H. Byrd $ Co.
The TVrrltorlul Republican Central
Committee of Ne.v Mexico has de-
clared Ifs opposition to the Joining of
that territory and Arizona in the
statehood business. It' de'elares fop a
"square deal" and does not consid-
er that the' making of one statx of
both territories would be that kind.
Tin- Si. Louis grand Jury takes the
third and Inst "try" at Smator Hur
ton After this his olTi-ns.- will be barr
ed by the statute of limitations. Tiler
Is something wrong with a system of
Jurisprudence which makes a legal
prim ss so dllllciilt and yet limits tin
I line In which it can be perfected.
Two hundred and olghty-'lght nie-i
have lieon made defendants In uasos
wh-Tc election fraud Is charged in
I'hlla.lelphla. The City of Brotherly
Line feems determined to clean out
b- r AiiKean stable. Yet the-'v are not
wanting many who InvUt ivim now
that tin-re are not such stables even
We print tlu- following from the 131
Heno American for Its poetical value
and wealth of rytlun solely:
"A husky young follow nannil Krauts
On tho governor" chair took n chant.
His splendid rough rldln'
Was Ted's means of duoldln'
And Kerguon name was then
If Uneeda biscuit Is a soda creek-
.... I...M ...I... lu .in In.. ..I.il; It lu n
..lll . 1 ..I ... V'. 1 .1 1 II muii " 1"". ..
ill"'. iucj v.iji.-v;l hi nift.'liu iiiiuiil ill .....iplpi.
month hunting and fishing lu that ' 1
m!1011 i in. i i 1 Contractor Small of Savannah (la..
u I here Is Illtle oi no moving on m wno H Uu. c.lty ays lnal ht wolll(1
rpads now as-they are in very bad . 110 s(l(. Mahl Ht.ell fron
i-OiilUlnii (n(l lo th n. thinks that
this can bo done If the merchants
I'l Itlcatloiial conference of the .oi nr..!.. n.i Mnln tnkn thi. mutter
Huptlst churcli held a ihort Informal i i i.mi. viun I learned that von
'session at the Klrst Hapttst churcji nnj asphalt within a few miles of nien lo enable them to prorood to the
this morning. Owliig to tho fact tJiat Pri tt (OUid be used for paving next town. !
iiianj ueivKaieH win noi. arrive umii purposes I was greatly surprised to
this afternoon the meeting will not iind thesstreets unpaved." .Mr. Small I All Printers Strike.
convene until then. A nlan. It Is said. iinUc tini if li W ilnn. tin. vnino if I Utile Itock. Ark.. Nov. 13. The Jolt
will be outlined for the building of a . property will greatly Increase anil printers In every printing olllce In the) I
iinpiisi co-euucaionai cnooi. nuvem .. tliat it would be a fine tiling for Ard- cll except one strucx louay to en-
matters were discussed this morning.' ninre. force their demands for an 8-hour day
In the United States Court In the
ludlan Torrubry. Southern WS"CL
Julia- Klmore piainun vs. . . r..-
more defenilant. No. 0414.
Th defendant A. H. Klmore Is
warned to tcpear In this court In
thirty dayfi and anayfer the complaint
of the plaintiff Julia Klmore.
Witness the Hon. Hosea Townscnd
Judge of said court and seal thereof
this 30th day of October. 190T. 4
(Seal) C. M. CAMPI1KLI.. Clerk;
Hy W. S. OHOCKKTT Xleputy.
Albert Rtnnle. Attorney.
S. 11. Hnttli-r. attorney for mm-
resident. Klrst published Nov. 13 1S05.
Station Agent and Traveling Men at
Mercy of Armed Robbers.
Chllltcotho. No. Nov. 14. The W i-
bash station agent hero and eight
travellnc men were hcld-up by four
armed robbers last nlfcht. In Ihe d0-.
not and about a hundr-Hl dullara In
cash and much Jewerly taken. Knough
money wns returned to t:i- tmivi-ing ;
Hcfore vim hay BMe 0tir line of cele-
brated Urldge & Hcach ooal and wood
heatera. WEEKS HROS.
lOtf Practical Tinners and Plumbers.
In solid old and gold filled
W. T. NIXON
l the Ill-Hi WaK li nepalrer nml Kn-l-rariT
Drugs and Jewelry
The Ardmorelto for all tho news.
Dally Ardmorelto 50 eta. per month. 1 VMy Ardinorelte SO cts. per month
amuck In the enforcement of null-
t$ W -5? W W W-W WS W W '4$ W W 19$ $t$h)$
trust laws. In favor of eftectlve regu
latloi) of Interstate railroad trallle. in
favor of five ships and a tariff far I
For those Impbrtnnt reasons -mil
others the states of the old South will
not vote the republican ticket not'
will the popularity of a repub'lcnn
president change soul hern polities 10
long as the republican party stinds
for the politics wlilc i i . ke Up I'sr
creed at the preseiil liiue.
Hut the nrejlileiit or i Cured
Slates whoever he inn.-- . wll al-
ways receive a cordial and uospita'il
welcome at the hands of soii'h i
people when he comes ibis v...
Tlu- Kansas City Star non tin re J
suit as follows: 'William Train-- J
rome. nominated by no party hacked
hy no iwrty campaigned without par
tv machinery and with his nam- mi
no party ticket has been elected lh
trlet Attorney of New York lit d
.1 II... . I. ....... .....I 1.. ..n.wli.lut.
ll-nilU IHI l.'Ill'. I III II ....... .v.i.- - 'l .
creature of Taniumny. and the repul- 1 &
limn nominated by the tidel) ma j
chine. II niuuis that the intelligint M.
Amerlcnn voter ha leartu d to drop
party mitno and pnrty boss when a yW
The acting public printer discuss
lug the waste In public printing do
clan- that he has discovered that the
costly volumes containing eulogies of
l1)artil kenaturs and represi-ntatlves
iu-e largely utilised by country i-lergy
men. who 11 ml In them neat phrases
which thoy store In memory for uso
In funerals. ThU Is a compliment to
tho congressional memorial orators
that doubtless they will appreciate as
With tlip advent of statehood 'will
come an -unprecedented Influx iif pop-
ulation to the Indian Territory. Manv
people have stayod away from this
country on account or Ihe unsettled
goornmeiu conuitions thnt prevail
here. A''voudttrful trnnsfoiniatlon will
result from u settleil state gpvcrii
liieni. A ettu-r upon every quarirv
section 1- w.liat js lu.-d-il aftd until
thai 1- .ifliilvid fli pivspi my of 11
rfuutry itititt ncci.-.irliy In- li-i . j
Clr ; "
fThe Absolute Fairness
square man and a square
leal are I
Wc have- an i'!i-rant line
of tlu- out
in Furs- ovi-ry one brand
now 1101:0 citrrit-'d over
from liifit .sc-a.on.
Save iiionoy ly buying
Hi-ill Furs. Prices
75c to $15i
EVERY one tipprecintes bcinr
right no one likes for the
Having desimln-d apiwirciub of
converting men to their theories of
diet the vegetarians are appealing
to women and using the strongest ar
gument that can be made to the sex
They say that a egetarlan diet In
sures a good complexion. I)iiibtl.-is
this argument will have Its effect for
women would rather1 be. beautiful thnn
to llvo In comfort and a- good com
plexlon Is one or tho usentlals of beau
ty. Hut the grosM-r .male will not b
converted on this count. "Hetti-r he
will say "a stalled ox With a bad
skin than cabbage with a peachblow
complexion." Ho will stand out for hN
porterhouse steak and thus the hous
.will be illvUloil against. It s. if and (Jin
1HJ HATH Y. Wednesday uinht. 1Vi
Wo liavoa bcniitiftil stoclc
of I'nivenolto. (rain coats)
in llio now liii rod back and
Kinpire .stylo you should
yet one of tho n- Fibian
$10 to $25
Don" t fail to soe o ;
and now him of olothini
low to be treated better thnn he. It
makes a fellow sore to buy an article and
then discover that his neighbor has got-
ten the same goods for less money.
Believe in and Practice
and thoroforo do not have complaints of ciisto-
tnors boinj' treated unfairly.
Honost plain tiguro prioos Is the only rule of
right dealing and does violence to no conscience.
A good many folks advertise one price and
then dodge it by giving Special Sales and Special
deduction which is done In order to Out Prices
to a special few. malcing others pay regular price
When a fellow's prices won't 'Stand compe-
tition then he trumps up some excuse for cut-
tinfj them. Do you catch on?
We give our prices to tho world it: Plain En-
glish and are not afraid of legitimate and honest
competition because no hou.so buys their goods
cheaper than we or makes closer margin of profit
We do not cut prices to you nor your neigh-
bor but wo will put our prices against any "cut
prices" "special paices" or ''bankrupt sales"-
tho fellow who cuts prices always gets tlio price
high euough to bear cutting.
YOURS FOR ONE PRICE-SPOT CASH
W e a r o soiling more
wraps l an in last Doci 111
ber been use ourpricos roj..
present Hiving of S2.."U 10
S.'i.oO per gm 11 out calland
.oolr at the lino.
$1.50 to $25
WEAR We sell tho famous ' Set-
snug and "Velastic" tho
real form tilting garments.
LTnion Suits for boys-
made for boys and suitable
Union Suits for Girls
mado to expressly lit form.
Ladies' Vests and Pants. . .
25c to $1.25
Ladies Union Suits
25c to $1.50
25c to $1.50
Lndies' roady-ty-wear gar-
ments the Fabian is best
. Drad Hays at Fort Arbuekle.
To Ihe Ardinoreile..'
It. Arbtli-Kle I. T. Nov. 13 1
lrc.icud at Arbuekle in.tinilny VYi
bad nice M-mcis with three njliHtlon-
1.1 In. 4i'ir ! U-v Tom iun- ton of
U 11. I. 1 ' ' in.! . I I ' I 1 y
(! ilum h li- r-
in. rii vn 11 m -ion
Lowest Price House
mm f9 i 1 t 9 mat t 1 v i r
Phone ..0. 332
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