The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 263, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 17, 1906 Page: 6 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday January 17
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
No. 42 leaves 6:05 a. m
No. 41 leitvos 1:08 P- m-
No. 13 arrives 9:05 a. m.
No. 41 arrives 7:36 P- m
No. 84 (local)lcavM .7:00 a. m
No 10 leaves 2:40 p. m.
No. 9 arrives..... 1:30 p. m.
No. 83 (local) arrives 6:30 p. m
No. 5 :00 a- m
No. 17 4:20 p. m.
No. 19 12:35 p. m
jfo c 12:50 a. m
No. 18 11:68 a. m.
jvf 20 5:36 P-
Nos. 5 G ID and 20 aro local trains
whllo Nos. 17 and 18 stop at the mall-
or stations only on bolng flagged.
McMillan I. T. Jan. 1C The mtul-
rale at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
T. Williams Sunday night was large-
ly attended and highly enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. JachBon and family
aro visiting Mrs. Jackson's sister at
W. C. Campboll Is at Ardnrre this
week attending r urt.
Mrs. Emma W'Mams of Ard-no-c
was here last wtwfc.
W. I Winston made a ovinias 'rip
to Ardmore Monday.
Our school Is progro-iitg nlctly
nnd the enrollment Is continually la
There aro quite a number of cases
of mumps In our tewn and community
at tho present tlmo.
Tho farmers aro dolns their
at cotton picking now botweon thu
spells of weather.
Mrs. lloulah Cornell of Sulphur !s
visiting frlcndit and relatives hero
Itcv. H. T. Hill who Is serving on
tho Jury at Ardmore visited his fam-
ily hero Sunday and returned to Ard-
Croup la quickly rollovod. and
mhnnntnl' miltrh will not "rUD ltS
courso" If you uso tho orlgtnal Deo'a
Laxatlvo lionoy ana inr. tniH couu
syrup Is different from all others bo-
If nota tin Ihn hnncls. You can
not euro croup and whooping cough
until you rid tho systora of nil conges-
a copious action of tao bowels. Deo
Lnxatlvo Honey an Tar does this
and cures all coughs croup whoopln
cough ots. No opiates. Sold by City
Drug Store. "
Unstmnn I. T. Jan. 15. Wo had
qulto a hiiow hero last Wednesday
mornluc. which with tho rains mado
tho roads very muddy tho worst wo
havo ever had hero.
Cotton picking Is progressing slow-
ly moving is about over with and tho
farmers nro boglnnlng' to lay plans
for n new crop.
Jim Sanders who has boon very low
with Pneumonia Is reported bettor.
Dr. K. V. nraham of Marlotta Is
with us today.
Arthur Strlckltnd who has boon
visiting In Oklahoma lus returned
Miss Nora Kollor who has boon vis-
iting with her brother In tho Choc-
taw nation for moro tan a year is
at homo again with her father Wm.
Ollle Strickland who was accldont
ally shot through tho arm at a danco
last week Is roportod as getting along
Yeltnn I. T. Jan. 1C Owing to tho
cotton not bolng plekod out and tho
bad weathor our pooplo havo not
vt niovod Into their new years
quarters but moving is now progros
sine fairly woll.
Miss Halllo Clifton has roturned
homo from hor school at Muff Creek
and has been sick for a weok.
Tho Midway Educational Assocla
tlon held qulto an Interesting meet
lnc at Ara Friday night and Saturday
This Institution Is growing In favor
with tho peoplo nnd teachers and Js
Inspiring Interest in the school work
In this part of tho territory. Tho next
mooting will bo held at Graham March
2 nnd 3 next.
Chagrls I. T. Jan. 15. Another
week of bad weather has gono nnd
but llttlo cotton has been picked.
Hoy. Hyde a Missionary Baptist
preacher filled his appointment horo
last Sunday and preached to a largo
Tho people of this community haro
organized a Sundny scnool.
Tho young pooplo mot at tho homo
of E. P. Moore Sundny night and en-
joyed thomsel'os for a couplo of
Tho grand Jurors summoucd to tho
Ryan court from this section havo re-
THE BEAUTIFUL HAND.
A Decision Thnt MI001I (hp Trot fit
Tli ore was n dlipute nmang three
ladles as to which bail the most beau-
tiful hand. . Oue sat by a stream ami
dipped her hand Into the water and
held It up. another plucked strawber-
ries until the ends of her tinners were
pink and nnnlber gathered violets until
her hands were fragrant. An old. hag-
gard woman passing by nkod "Who
will give mo a gift for I am oorV' All
three denied her. but another who nut
near unwashed In the stream un
stained with fruit. uiiHilorued with
tlovtvrs gave her n little gift and satis-
fied the poor woman and then she nsk-
cl them what was the dispute nnd
they told her nnd lifted up before her
their lieHUtlf-il linmK "Heautlful In
deed" said ht when she saw thorn
but when tboy asked hor which was the
mot beautiful she said "It Is not the
band wlili-h Is washed clean In the
brook. It Is noi tho band that Is tipped
with red. It Is not the hand that Is gar-
landed with fragrant flowers but the
hand that gives to the poor Is the most
beautiful." As hhu suld these words
her wrinkles lied her stuff was thrown
away and she tdood before them an
angel from heaven with authority to
decide the question In illxputc and that
decision bus stood the test of all time.
Tliry Wrrr Onr Very Common nnd
Wry Popular In II u rope.
Lotteries wete common In ancient
Home and during the middle ages lot-
teries were utilized by the Italluu mer
chants fur the disposal of their goods.
Some of the Italian states then adopted
the lottery as a melius of raising revo-
uiic and the Institution of state lot-
teries afterward became very com-
mon and very popular throughout Eu-
rope. The earliest English state lottery of
which there Is any record was In 15W)
when 40000 chances were sold at II)
shillings each the drawing taking
place In the west door of St. Paul's
Tho prizes consisted of articles of
plate nud the profits were employed
for tho repair of certain harbors. Early
In the reign of Queen Anno private lot-
teries' were supprevsed "as public nui
sances" but government lotteries how
ever were still maintained and from
1700 to 18'-M consldcrnblu sums were
annually raised in lotteries authorized
by nets of parliament.
Tlie average yearly profit to the gov-
ernment from 170U to 1821 wns over
11 10000. On the ground of Injury to
public morals lotteries of nil kinds
were nbolished In England In 18-0.
Loudon Saturday Itevlew.
Xo Our ('nil (irinr Will If Ills
TIioiikM Arc Self Onlrri-il.
Forget yourself. You will never do
anything great until you do. Self con-
sciousness Is a disease with many
matter what they do they can nev-
er get away from themselves. They
become warped upon tho subject of
self analysis wondering how thoy
look how they appear what others
will thluk of them nnd how they can
enhance their own Interests. In other
words every thought and every effort
seetus to focus upon self; nothing radi-
ates from them.
No one can grow while his thoughts
are self centered. The sympathies of
tin? limn who thinks only of himself
are soon dried up. Self consciousness
acts as a paralysis to all expansion
strangles enlargement kills aspiration
cripples executive ability. The mind
which accomplishes tilings looks out
not In; It Is focused upon Its object
not upon lljelf.
The Immortal acts hnve been uncon-
sciously performed. The greatest pray-
ers have been the silent longings the
secret yearnings of the heurt not those
which have been .delivered facing n
critical audience. The dally desire Is
the perpetual prayer the prayer that
Is heard nud answered. Success.
What ! IIII111I Srr
"I can always tell when people are
looking at me" wild a blind man. "In-
deed nearly all blind persons can toll
when people are looking nt them. I
have nlwnys about me a soft golden
glow of light. When proplo whom I
like come Into my presence this glow
becomes paler lovelier. When those I
dislike are about tin glow Is darkened
and besmirched I can tell what kind
of characters people have by lliu touch
of their hands. There Is Individuality
In the touch. A man's touch bhows mo
whether he Is alert or sluggish cold
or passionate kind or cruel."
Nlonr In tin llrnrt
A Greek woman employed In the
American hospital In Cnesarea Turkey
was stirred by a revival. She straight-
way asked leave to visit a woman
whom she hud injured nnd to whom she
hod not spoken for ten years. Wheu
sho trudged through the snow three or
four miles to ask her "enemy's" for-
giveness her relatives were sure she
had gono daft but the next day when
sho came back to the hospital she said
"We made peace nnd tho stone In my
heart Is gone"
Not Ho It rami rer fit I n JIoM fllrle.
Noll Somo of our proverbs nro so
ridiculous. Tor Instance "Where Ig-
norance Is bliss"- Helle-What's the
matter now? Nell Why you know.
Charlie gave me my engagement ring
Inst week and I simply can't And out
how much It cost him. Philadelphia
Not Altoifctlirr Unuccrful
Bobby Wcut fishing yesterday In
stead of -going to school. Tommy-
Catch anything? . Uobby-Not until I
Ordinance No. 195.
.An ordinance designating an lm-
proremont District to be -known as
Improvement District No. 1 describ-
ing the boundary of same otc.
Whereas a petition has been pre-
sented to the City council of tho city
of Ardmore I T. slguod by more than
ten residents of the city of Ardmoro
owning ronl property In the district
hereinafter designated for tho pur-
poso of paving streets putting in
curbs guttors and sidewalks in a
district to be known ns District No.
Therefore bo It ordained by tho City
council of the city of Ardmoro
I. T. that Improvement Dis-
trict No. 1 is hereby creat-
ed for tho purpose of paving
streets putting In curbs gutters and
sidewalks In said district described
All of Vain street from tho right of
way of the Chicago Itock Island rail-
road Co. on East Main at. to and
including E. St. West Main St.
All of A. St. S. E. from Hlnklo St.
to Broadway N. E.
All of Mill St. S. E. from 1st Ave.
to Broadway N. E.
All of Washington St. 'from 1st
Ave. to Broadwny.
All of A. St. S. W. from 1st Ave
to Broadway N. AV.
All of B St. S. W. from 1st Ave.
to Broadway N. W.
All of C. St. S. W. from 1st Ave.
to Broadway N. W.
All of D St. S. W. from 1st Ave.
to Broadway N. W.
All of E. St. S. W.. Trorn 1st Ave.
to Broadway N. W.
Passed and approved this 16th day
of Jan. 190G.
H. W. DICK Mayor.
a. H. BRUCE City Clerk.
Published January 1C 1906.
Ordinance No. 196.
An Ordinance designating an Im-
provement District to bo known as Im-
provement District No. 2. describing
the boundary of samo ctc.
Whereas a petition has been pre-
sented to tho City council of tho city
of Ardmoro I. T. signed by more than
ten residents of tho city of Ardmore
owning real property in tho district
.hereinafter designated for tho purposo
of putting In sidewalks In a district to
be known ns District No. 2.
Thereforo be It ordained by the city
council of tho city of Ardmoro I. T.
that Improvement District No. 2 Is
hereby created for tho purpoio of put-
ting In sldowalks in said district de-
scribed as follows:
All of D. St. N. W from 10th' Ave.
Passed and approved this 15th day
of Jan. 1900.
R. W. DICK Mayor.
O. H. BRUCE City Clerk.
Published January 10 190C.
TWO SCOTCH STORIES.
Origin of the Mnt'liilyrm 11 ml the
lllociily U11111I I.t-Kf-nil.
My father says a writer In Black-
wood's Magazine had no end of anec-
dotes about our ancestors parts of
which I remember though I was only a
schoolroom child of under fourteen
when I beard him relating them. I
was however old enough to feel keen-
ly Interested In them. One story that
Impressed 1110 very much was related
to account for the origin of the Clan
Maclntyre. A party of Macdonells on
one occasion were out In a bout when
a knot of wood sprung out causing ti
serious leak whereupon one of the par-
ty stuck in Ills linger to llll tho hole
and then cut It off with his dirk thus
saving tho life of the whole party.
From this circumstance his descend-
ants wore called the Matlutyres or
sons of the carpenter.
Another story which I heard my fa-
ther tell relates to tho bloody hand
which appears in our coat or arms. A
doubt having arisen as to which of two
brothers 11 certain estate belonged. It
was agreed that ho whose ilesh 11ml
blood should llrst touch tho property
was to be regarded as the rightful own-
er. Accordingly the two young men
started in two boats for the laud In
question. One of them seeing that he
was losing the race when near the
shore pulbsl out his dirk cut off his
baud and -.iircw it on land thus estab-
lishing his right to the property as his
ilesh and blood had touched it llrst.
Donl keep your eyes on tho awi
you havo just heard gomcming bad
about. It lb more Important that
you keep them on your mouth.
$25 Reward For Negro.
Gill Bros. of Mtlburn will pay the
sum of $25 for tho arrest of Isaac
Stowart colored who escaped from
tho 'calabooso nt that placo Wednes-
day night. Stowart Is about 5 feet 8
Inches tall 25 or 30 years of ago
reasonably black weight any whoro
from ICS to ISO pounds rathor heavy
built no board broad face voice rath-
or boyish. 12tf
What a girl would llko to do would
bo to elopo to havo everybody ta'.
about it and tlion come back nnd hav
a big woddlng to get the presnnts.
The Ardmorelte sells coupon books
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT.
(Formerly with Dawes Commission.)
Contests Citizenship ca30S and other
matters boforo the Interior De-
Rooms 4U7 and 8 Corcoran Building
Washington D. C.
CapL J. W. Ellis. W. D. Halfhlll.
ELLIS & HALFHILL
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 21 and 22 Homestead Bid.
Olvil and Indian business exclu-
sively. MUSKOQER. IN'D. TER.
Cms. J. KArrLm
Laws and Treaties"
OllAS. 11. MmiLLAI
KAPPLER & rtERlLLAT
Attorneys and Counsollors-at-Law
Practice before all Coartu Congress. Oot
eminent Departments and Commissions.
Indian cases a specialty.
Office Bond bide.
i. V. Cabell. E. t- mn.
CABELL A DEEN
Da a Qaaoral Practice.
OSeti over Hotchkles' Jewelry BUirv
Ardmore Int. Tsr.
4. C. Pattair. E. A. Walker.
Attorneys and Coumellcca at ban
OBcm over City National B&O
Ardmore I. T.
DR. C. L. McCANN.
Office: Stong Building over Hall &
HUlls. Tclophones: Office C82;
DR. FRED W. BATES.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Doak-Roblson Bldg. Rooms
7 and 8.
Offlco hours: 9-12 a. m.; 2-5 p. m.
Phones Offlco 424; residence 455.
Q. E. GOODWIN M. D.
(Offlco over Hall & HIlUs)
Phones Offlco 349; residence 301.
R. D. Moore. J H. Hargrave.
Res. phono 213. Ros. phono 519
Offlco phono 499.
MOORE & HARGRAVE.
Physicians and Surgeons
Offlco In Fronsloy Building over
Hotchkiss Jowelry Store.
Special attention to treatment of
piles and diseases of women.
DR8. BOOTH & BOOTH.
Physicians ond Surgeons.
Onlco Phono 4. Residence Phont 1.
..Offlco oyer Coleman's Drug Store...
DR. R. M. McCALU
Office Randot Dulldlnf.
Offlco Phono 572 Res. Phono 551
Dl PHILIP 8TEPHEN3.
Offlco Racdol Building
Offlco phone 672. Residence 428.
P.P. TON KKLLKll.M.D. It. 11. HENIlY.M.n.
Res. Phone M Res. Pbone 37f
Office Pbone t6
Mil KELLER & HENRY
Physicians and Surgeon.
Kye Ear Nose and Tbroat Specialists.
Speotaolea A Evo Glasses aoooratelr fitted.
OUloe over Ilonner b Bonner's. Rooms S tot
DR. J. M. VADEN.
Physician and Burgeon.
Offlco hours from 8 to IS uid s to
4 and 7 to 9.
Office Noble Bulldlnf.
Office phone 68 residence 71.
Dr. J. P. Fann. Dr. K. J. Woodard
FANN & WOODARD
Office over Ramsey's Drug Stor.
Phono 401. Ardmoro I. T.
DR. DUDLEY PAYNE
Offlce over Bonnor & Bonner's Dru
Store. Phono 146.
S. A. BROWN.
Owner of and has for salo tho Town-
slto of Aylesworth located on tho
Washita midway between Ma-
dill and Durant. Offlco with J.
T. Coleman Court Houso Block.
J. L. WILSON
FREIOHT TRANSFER AND
Offlce at American Restaurant
Residence phone 72. Office Phone 7
J. A. MORRISON
Contractor and Builder.
Estimates furnished freo of charge
712 West Main Stroot.
Carriage Repair Shop
ltlacksmttblne. Woodwork Palntlnc and
Trlmmtnir. Heavy foririni; nnd boraesboelnir
m Eat Broadway Ardmore. I. T.
e To the
We have made your requirements
a special study and have the finest
stock of Farming Implements you
will find anywhere. Our stock includes:
John Deere Plows
John Deere Cultivators
John Deere StalK Cutters
John Deere Middle Busters
Corn and Cotton Planters
We have everything in farming im-
plements and make the moat lib-
eral terms consistent with good
business. Remember we sell Ma-
jestic Steel Ranges and Charter
1 HOB 11 8 m 1
A New Year Resolution
RESOLVED-"That I will
trade where I get only
fresh and crip fti oceries.
Where there is. no lUhiv and
where I can get jusn what I
Felker. The Grocer
Everything Good to Eat Under One Roof
McAlester Lump McAlcster Ebb McAlester l.ut Penn-
sylyania Antracite Arkansas Antracite
We handle nothing elso-no cheap coal. We have tho bent equipped delivery
system In the city; you cot your coal tho lay you order. TELEPHONE 15a
ARDMORE ICE COMPANY
Greatest Hardware House
Our offerings this spring include
finest slock of
Buggies Hacks Phaetons and Surreys
we havo ever carried. Step iuto our buggy house 011 N.
Washington street make your selection you'll Hnd wo
will give you tho most liberal price and tho lowest teams.
For the farmer we havo the newest things in
Cultivators Cotton and Corn Planters
and Turning Plows
Wo want to sell you your hardware during 1900
Stevens Kennedy & Spra&ins
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
-AROMORE. IND.TER. W t y
The larjrost. the best equipped the most praotloa tbo most progressive and the
most saocessful business collek-e In Indian Torrltory. Day ami 1 nlirht school the antiri
yoar. Day pupils attend nlsbt school without eitra charire. Tallinn i5 SSt mnSth nJ
tor unlimited scholarship. Board 10 to $12.60 per month? No vac" loo. PupIU may e&
at any time. Kvory pupil Is placed on his merits or may advance "s raiddly as hit ahll ft
will permit. Thorough tralnlnc In shortost'tlmo consistent with emclenoy UeferenceY-
Anr bank or business Arm In Ardmore For cataluk'ue address ueierences-
Q. E. SEIjYIQaB A If M. ACCTS President Ardmore Indltn Terrttofi
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