The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 118, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 4, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday October 4 1906
THIS CITY WILL BE REPRESENT-
ED IN TEXA3 LEAGUE.
Denlson Sherman Gainesville and
Ardmore Will Be Added to Pres-
ent Four Teams Making an
The following npourod In yestorduy'8
Kort Worth Record:
"A meeting of baseball miiBtiatos
was hold In Kort Worth yesterday the
rosult being that an eight-club circuit
was practically agreed on for next sen-
Hon. W. II. Ward problem of tho Kort
Worth club gave out the following
statement laut night:
' 'Roberts of the Cleveland club and
cJnnlniinr of Dallas were hero and
the baseball situation tor next Reason
was freely discussed.
" 'The amalgamation of the two Tex-
as leagues will hardly materialize and
the Texas league magnates have
palnned the following circuit for next
season: Kort Worth Dallas. Waco
Cleburne aallesvllle. Ardmore I. T.
Denlson and Sherman.
'The Texas league magnates have
done everything In their power to Join
hands with the South Texas league
In rormlng an all-state league but havo
been unsuccessful and havo given up
all hope In that direction. Therefore
it Is up to the Texas league to form
Us circuit and to do jthlH will not be
much trouble for applications from
tho above mentioned cities have been
"'The meeting of tho Texas league
for the organization of tne circuit will
be held In Kort Worth on tho night
of Oct. 10 and nil tho cities that are
now In the league will be represented.
Gainesville Ardmore Denlson and
Sherman will also have representa-
tives in attendance.'"
This Information was received with
delight here as It has been proven on
different occasions that Ardmore
ono of the best basobaii towns In the
Southwest. It Is to be hoped that the
tiartlcs who secure the franchise for
this city will get busy at once and se-
cure as strong and popular jau
team as represented this city ivo
years ago when an Independent team
defeated practically everything In this
The Texas league Is one of the fast-
est among the minors and has furnish-
ed hundreds or cradle players to tho
big leagues. Among tho ball players
well known In this city who will be
seen In faster company next year are
Mclver and Clavton formerly of this
city and Powell who was seen here n
number of times with tho South lie-
Alester team of 1004. Mclver will he
with St. Paul American association
team next year; Powell with tho
Shrcvoport Southern League and
Clayton with the St. Louis National
DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo tho
orlglnnl nnd tho namo is stnmped on
every box. Rood for eczema totter
bolls cuts nnd bruises nnd especially
recommended lor lilies. Sold by Hoff-
man Drug Co.
Nebraska Land Frauds.
Chicago Oct. I. Patrick King for-
merly a well known policy sharp of
this city will bo given n henrlng to-
day on a chargo of having engineered
extensive land frauds In Nebraska.
If the charges aro substantiated.
King will probably be sent to Nebras-
ka for trial.
.lust what Is in Cascasweot is on
tli0 bottlo in plain English. Host for
baby's stomach bowels and loss of
sVeop. CO dosoa 25 cents. Sold by Hoff-
lnntrDrugCo. BLILD CANAL BY CONTRACT.
Canal Commission Chairman Decides
This Is Best Plan.
Washington. Oct. I. A tentatlvo de-
cision has been reached by Chairman
Shouts of tho Isthmian Cnnnl commis-
sion that tho Panama canal be built
by contract. An nnnoticcment of tho
final determination of tho canal offi-
cials respecting tho method of con
struction Is expected In a fow days.
Chairman Shont3 had a long con-
ference last night with President
Roosovolt. nt which this and othot
matters relating to tho cnnnl Wero
considered fully. Tho prosldont Ib
anxious that a conclusion bo reached
nn nil questions of cnnnl construction
ns soon ns possible so that tho nc-
tunl work of construction mny bo
Chairman Shontu nnd Chief Engi-
neer Slovens havo been working for
many weekB on tho subject of con
structlng tho great waterway by con-
tract. Specifications for tho work are
bolng considered before tho issuance
of Invitations for proposals: '
Ardmorclto want ads. Three lines
three times for three dimes.
" St. 2Yn1roii
Many people Ignorant of the true his-
tory of the church will be scundnlkiod
when they read the title of this article.
Let them read It to the end. There
was in Corsica some hundred years
ago n rry pious family called tho Bo-
nupartcs. Their llrst child was born
on the loth of August Assumption
day. anil as ho looked very small and
feeble they wanted him to be bnptlr.ed
without delay. Their prlet c.iusonted
to perform tin ceremony hut as it was
customary to give to a child the name
of the patron saint of his or her birth-
day the good pi left could not and
would not -it 1 1 him "Assumption Bonn-
parte." In his embarrassment he Link-
ed carefully over the "Live of the
.Saints" and llnnlly found the name of
a snlnt martyr win in the Hist centu-
ries of the church had been stoned to
death on that very day of Aug. 1.". Of
course neither Mr. nor Mrs. Iloiiaparte
objected that their llrstb.nn child
should be named Napoleon having
thus the high patronage of a brave
martyr of the early Christian church.
Letter to Philadelphia North American.
A lIluncliT III l'nrtn.
Tennyson Is not the only poet Inn
reate whom Regent street lias known.
Southey relates a ludicrous scrape Into
which he and Campbell fell one day In
the ijuadrant. Campbell wished to
relieve n poor woman and rushed Into
the nearest shop to change a sovereign.
Tho shopkeeper wns attending to cus
to'ners and delayed to oblige hlin. and
the generous poet lost his temper.
Thereupon the shopkeeper Jumped to
the conclusion that he had two rogues
to deal with and rashly sent for the pn
lice. Campbell stood In helpless fury
but when Southey explained things to
the constable that worthy who happen
cd to be a (Jlasgow man at once ex-
claimed "fiiilduess. mnn. Is that Mais-
ter Cninell the lord rector o' Olnlsgle?"
After that It was dllllcult to separate
Campbell and the shopkeeper so
warmly were their hands Interclnsped
in explanations nnd forgiveness.
In the estimation of the average
Cornish fisherman rabbit Is an onil
nous word anil should it happen to lie
used by any one lu their hearing whe.i
they are on their way to sea It Is sulll-
clent to send them home again for that
occasion for fear of accident. In Corn-
ish tlshlng circles many tales aro told
of disasters that have followed defi-
ance of this superstition and persist-
ence lu putting off In their boats after
tlie unlucky word had been spoken.
Formerly the word church was equal-
ly obnoxious to the fishermen and
wis sedulously eschewed lu conversa-
tion on the water particularly. If a
case arose as sometimes it would In
which a sacred edifice had necessarily
to bo referred to "cleetn" was used
Instead of church and wbntever was
ominous or evil In tho sound of the
latter was Imagined to bo thereby
Tin- Innkeeper of KiikIiukI.
England's unpopularity with the
Englishman and the American Is
largely due to the country Innkeeper.
"If any class of public servant ought
to be made to pass nn examination It
Is certainly the licensed vlctualer"
writes V. V. V. In tho London Sphere
for nt present nny mnn may obtain a
license without nny knowledge of
cooking housekeeping sanitation any
knowledge of anything but of tho due
pulling of a beer handle. Moreover his I
wife i.iiy be the most Incompetent of j
housewives even for her own family i
On the continent Innkeeplng Is an art 1
to be studied in England It Is too
often (lie refuge of tho man who wnnts
nn easy chair to sit In.
An Hour Ilefori- llimil.
A curious mystery is tho temporary
uneasiness of animals about an hour
before dawn no matter at what hour
tills occurs. Children turn and moan
elderly people awaken and turn over
for another sleep cocks crow dogs be-
eomo uneasy and horses and cattlo
move about for a short period when
stillness returns for a time. What Is
the cause': Are the animals nITected
by some magnetic wave which pre
cedes sunlight an hour or so or Is the
habit ouo of heredity passed tlowi
through numberless generations from
an original wild state when an e.lert-
ne.ss just before daylight was neces-
sary for protection from enemies?
i:nul:inil the I.iiml of Ioivi-i-m.
1 know not why Italy rather than
England shnuhi be called tho land of
tlowers. The truth is that the English
people aie an art loving one and that In
England more than lu any region or
Italy or country of Europe Dowers nro
111 evidence everywhere and with the
grasses and plant mid universal vege-
tation are more Intimately and peren-
nially Intertwined with human exist-
ence Itself. Naples I) Milttlno.
Ilia IVrvnnal Aiipi-nrnnei-.
Mamma -I'm afraid that young Wild-
er will nut make you n good husband.
Clara. Clara - Why not. manimaV
Mamma lleeauso It seems to mo that
ho rather nogU'cts hU panonal ap-
pearance. Clara Yes. that's true
mamma nnd Pin glad yon meiitKincd
It. I'll see that he makes ha personal
appearance here every evening after
this instead of only twice n week.
"Mrtw wliat Is a reprobate" !
"Ask your father .lohnny."
Now. why should-n man become In-
censed over harmless little episode
like this?-Loulsvllle CoiirJer-.Ioiiriinl.
Hogg Did he hurt hlmst'lf when he
fell downstairs? Fogg - I think not.
Ho died without making a souud.
Mayors to Go On Stage.
St. Louis. Mo.. Oct. I An all-
star cast of mayors and prominent
politicians will npponr In the produc-
tion of "Damon and Pythlni" In an
Hast St. Louis theater tonight. The
cast Includes the tnnyors of Hast St.
Louis Alton.- Belleville KdwaidsvUle
and other cities across the river. The
play will probably be wltnemed by
thoiisnnd of "homo-coining" visitors
during the three nights of Its stand.
Wo have In n very flno line of new
buggies nnd aro making tho prices
nnd terms attractive. Call In look
through our stock nnd get our prices
before you buy.
Just received a car load or corru
. nted Iron all lengtlm.
niVENS CO III IN &FRENSLY.
The Merry Dance I
mukfs us forget
cmr trouble for
You onn't have
If you n I w n r h
pntronlEO us for
are not tin) kind 3
Unit t rc u l Is' 0
jrou hut the kind
that tile.nns. It's
' clear as noon-
day sun." when
you aeethoin you
will admit they
are bargains .
Iluy of usand net
tho liest.ind save
E. B. LlKe aw' dm ore
for All Uurjrjy Repairs
Gold Stofagfi Maiket
HEATH 2) DAVIS Props.
The Finest Fresh and Cured
Meats Fruits Vegolabli s
and Melons on Ice. Quick
Delivery to any part of city.
J. G. MEEK Manager.
All Work Guaranteed.
fjtick to tho shop that led tho way to
low pilcon. Wo do buggy repair work
We nro u member of no trust.
Shop on Broadway
Colic Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
Almost every family has need
of a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at tome time during the
This remedy is recommended
by dealers who have sold it for
many ycara anil know its value.
It has received thousands of
testimonials from gtatcful people.
it has been prescribed by phy-
sicians wifj the most satisfactory
It has often saved life before
medicine could have been sent for
or a plu tician summoned.
It only costs a (juartrr. Can
you afford to rirk so much for to
little? liUY 11 MUW.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Call for Primary Election.
Inuinn Territory Southern DlRtrlct.
It Is hereby ordered by the under
signed compcu.tm' too Democratic
Central Committee of the 103 Conui.-
iitloual Delegate District that n prl-
mar election to nomlnato a. Democrat
ic caudldate for Delegate to the Con
stitutional Convention from snld dis
trict he and tho satno Is hereby ordered
to be held In .mid District on Tuesday
tho Uth day of October 1000. and
thnt for the purpose of holding said
primary election said De.egato District
o nnd the same In hereby divided In-
to four Election Precincts which shall
ho known as Precinct No 1 Precinct
No. 2 Precinct No. 3 linn Precinct .o.
4. Thnt tlie limits of tho respective
wards of the city of Ardmore nro here-
by (adopted hs the limits of tho Elec-
tion precincts go that Election Pro
inct No. 1 shall embrace the satno ter
rltory as It embraces lu ward No. 1
Election Precinct No. 2 shall embrace
tho same territory ns It embraces In
want No. 2 Election Precinct No. 3
shall embrace mo satno territory ns
it embraces in ward No. 3 nnd Elec
don Precinct No. 1 shall embrace the
nmo territory ns It embraces lu ward
No. 4 of the city of Ardmore.
Olven under our hnr.ds on this tho
' 8th day of September 1900.
It. F. TUUNi'y . Chairman
W. F. WIUTTINOTON
M. L. ALEXANDER.
W C. KrJNDALU
Democratic Central Committee
Delegate District 103.
Doctors Endorse It.
Lnng Pros. druggists Pailueah Ky.
write: "Wo soil more of Dr. Men
denlmU's Chill and Fever Cure than
all other remedlos combined having
retailed over 7(Hl .lotttes In one sen
son. Physicians her proscribe U and
persons who once uso It will havo no
other. Sold by W. II. Frame.
No. 42 lC&VGK..
No. 44 leaves..
. 6:01 a. n
.12:60 p. m
No. 3 arrivee
41 crrlves 7:3& a.
No. 84 (local)leaTei 7:00 a. m
No 10 lcavoe 1:40 . oa
No. l arrives 1:30 p. a
no. S3 (local) arrives :30 p. m
No. 0 -i:(NJ a.
No. 17 4:20 .
No. li 12:Sfi p
No. B 12:50 a
No IS 11:B5 a.
No. 20 B:3B p.
Nob. 6 6 19 and 20 aro local train
while Nos. 17 and 18 stop at tho small
er (tatlons only nu being narKe.
Advice to Housewives.
No homo Is so pleasant regardless
of tl.o comforts that money will buy
ns when the entire faml'y Is In per
fect henlth. A bottlo of Orlno Iixn-
tlve Fruit Syrup costs fU cents. It
will cure every inenibf r of tho family
of constipation sick headache or stom
ach trouble. Hoff man Drug co. ami
l lty Drug Store.
Just received a car load of corru
gated iron nil lengths.
I1IVENS COUIIN &FRENSLY.
By visiting the haunts of your
childhood no back and see the
old folks and the old homestead.
It is a trip that will be a joy and
a p'easure to you.
Oil October 9 and 23
very low rates will be made to
var.ous points in Illinois Iowa
Michigan Minnesota Missouri
Nebrasua North and south Ha
Kota and Wiscynsin.
Tickets good thirty (3U) days
from date .of sale.
On October t9th
similar tickets will be on sale
from points south of lino of M
K. T. Ky. Windsor to CoiTov
ville Kansas and from all po nts
in Indian and Oklahatna 'Pern
tory for return to Ohio Illinois
Michigan Indiana Kentucky
West Virginia Pennsylvania
New York nnd Ontario.
Any M. K & T Agent will
gladly give particulars as to
rates and train seivi or write
W. ST. GKOItCli
floiwral 1'asFonger Agent M. K. & 'I'
lly. Wnlnwright llldg. St. Louis.
ildon 1C. Sums. Albeit J
SAMS & LEE
Attorneys At Law
Olllce' In Noblo llldg. Phono No. 002.
Real Estate Law npd Tides
WM B. MATTHEWS.
Attorney t Liivi.
Will vrnctlrn before Him I'tiltnl Htoten Mu
promo Court Ciiurt of I'lntiiis nml til the
liep.irtmrntf mm Cimnilttie ii font; re
Tor elKbt rent's In U.H (lem-rnl LaihI Office
Mnttcrs tictoru Concri-ss niiiltuillmi olntm.
Olio of tin editor of "Mntthnwn .t (Inn
wny'i;nini.st." Auttiornf "Matthews' (inldn.'
.MiillliHws' I-onus of rii-mlliik'. Kta.
lifters to Killlnr of this tinner.
O.lloi-n: 1120 Now York Arunilo. WsthlliK
toll I) V. TiMdlihoilp. Main I'ilH.
Capt. J. W Elll. W. D. Halfhlll.
ELLIS . HALFHILL
Rooms 21 nnd 22 Homestead Iildi.
Civil and Indian butlncii eicluit
MUSKOOKE. 1ND. TKK
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT
(Formerly with Dawca ConimlMloa)
Contost3 Citizenship Casei and otu
matters buforo Uio Interior De-
iloomi 407 nml 8 Corcoran bulldlna
Washington D O.
Oll. J. KaI I LKM UllAI. II MhHII.H1
Uoini.llnr "Indlsn Active
Laws and Treatlm" Uourt l'rmotltlonei
KAPPLER & MERILLAT
Attorney! and Counselora-at-Law.
rnutlce hefuru nil Uourtni Uonitreaa. do
erntuent Uenartments sad Oominliitoni
Indian asset miaoUltr.
Ultlco llonil bldu. Washington. D
W. H. H. Clayton Jr. Ezra Drainerd
CLAYTON & BRAINERD
Restrictions and Citizenship Matters
Olven Special Attention. . .
Masonic Dldn. Muskogee I. T.
J. B. loORE
Attorney at Law
Olllce over Hamilton 8 Shoo Store
CLINTON O. DUNN.
Attorney at Law
W. P. Davis. W. F. Freeman
Oil lo Anderton.
DAVIS FREEMAN t ANDERTON.
Rooms 4 and C Now Building West of
Court House. Phono C04.
Ardmore I. T.
P.l'.VON KKLLKU.M.U. II. II. HKNIIY M.D
Ki. Phono U Has I'nona 37c
Offloe Phone lid
von KELLER & HENRY
Physician and Surgeons.
SJje Kar Hon and Throat Hpeolallila.
Speotkolea 4i Kre Ulantea uocuralely tilted
Uffloo orer lionnnr & lloonsr'a. IlooinaS lot
DR. C. L. McCANN.
Office: Stong Building ovor Hall A
Hlllls. Telephones: Utiles (SI
C. E. SHACKELFORD M. D.
Ollice nnndol llulldlng.
l'houo CCL .
R. D. -loore J. H. HargraYi
lieu. I'hono M. Ilea. Phoue tin
Ofllco Phono 4UU.
MOORE & HARQRAVE.
Physicians and Surgeon.
Ofllco In Fronaloy Dulldinr or
Hotchklsa Jewelry Storo.
Special attention to treatment a
piles and diseases of women.
G. E. GOODWIN M. D.
(Ofllco over Hall & HilHi)
Phones Ofilce 34!): renldence X07
DR. J. E. WOODARD.
..Room 12 Noblo Building next to
Dr. J. M. Vaden's Olllco.
LA. J. P. FANN
Orer Hall & Hlllls.
Phone No. 401
ANDERSON & AYER.
Olllco: Smith's Livery barn
Vhlskcy and Drug Habits.
Permanently and quickly :urod
Out 'cured llrst pay nftorwurd.
Hill Siinltnrlum. Ardmo I. T. S-lu
OM.1VN . URIDQMAN.
... i. Afl -slrliT
Undertaking and Embalming.
North of Ardmorelto North Waahtnt
ton stroot Phono 341 and 431.
Civil Service Examinations.
Tho United Staton Civil Sorvlco
ommlsslon aiinouncos tho following
examinations to bo hold on said
Saddler To bo held on Oct. 10
Deputy Shipping Commissioner To
be hold on Oct. 10 1000.
Murine Klroman To be held on
Oct.. 10 1900.
Master lltillder Bridge Engineer.
'rlnclpal Assistant Chief Engineer
Assistant Engineer Water and Sewer
'oiiritructlon Second Assistant Engl-
neer To be held on Oct. 17 1000.
Veterinary Inspector To be held
Oct. 17 1000.
Scientific Assistant To bo held on
Oct. 17 and IS. 1000.
CIurk-Exainlner (nulo and female)
To be held on Oct. 30 1000
Applicants should nt once apply
either to tho IT. S. Civil Sorvlco com
mission Washington D. C or to tho
secretary of the board of examiners.
O. .1. Snndlln local secretary Ard-
moro I. T.
In tho United States Court lu tho
Indian Territory Southern IV. unci:
Frnnk Smith plaintiff vt J. T. Har-
rell defendant No. 0729.
The defendnnt J. T. Hnrroll In
warned to appear In this court in thir-
ty days and answer tho complaint of
lh0 plaintiff Frnnk Smith.
Witness tho Honorable Hosea
Towiiseiul judge of snld court nnd
tho seal thereof this 19th day of Sep-
tember. 19U0. "
(Seal) C. M .CAMUUELL Clerk
lly W. S. CROCKETT Doptlty.
J. W. Harreld Attorney.
S. H. lint lor Attcrnoy for non-rodident.
First published Septc-iilo- 21 1900.
In tho United StatcH Court In tho
Indian Territory Soiuuorn District:
Marlon Stantield plaintiff vs. W. M.
Stnnlleld defendant. No. C710.
Tho defendant W. M. Stntiflold. Is
arned to appear in mis court In thir
ty days nnd answer tho complaint of
tho plaintiff Mnrloii Stntiflold.
Witness tho Hon. Hosca Townsend
udgo of snld court and tho seal
thereof tills lltli day of September
1900. C. AI. CA..tPIlELL ClerL.
(Seal) lly W. S. CROCKETT
otterf ft Walker Attorneys.
W. F. Howmnn attorney for non-res.
First published September 11 1906.
In tho United States Court In the
Indian Territory Southern District:
Tilly Johnson plaintiff vs. J no.
Johnson defendnnt No. G728.
Tho defendant Jno. Johnson la
warned to nppear In this court In thir-
ty days and answer tho complaint of
tho plaintiff Tilly Johnson.
WltnosB tho Honnrnblo Hosca
Townsend judgo of said court and
tho seal thereof this 17t.i day of Sep-
(Seal) C. M .OAMBI1KLL Cleric
lly W. S. CROCKETT Deputy.
Crttce Crttco & Hlcakmorc attorneys.
S. H. Dutlor Attornoy for non-resident.
First published September 21 1305
n the United States Court In the In
dian TorrJtory Southern District:
T. M. King plnlntlff vs. Kugenlo
.Cine defendant. No. C708.
Tho defendant Eugonlo King la
warned to nppear in this court In thir
ty days and answor tho complaint or
ho plaintiff T. M. King.
Wltneso tho Hon. Hosca Townsend
Judgo of said court and tho seal
hereof this 8th day of Sept. 1906.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPUELL Clk.
by W. S. Crockett Deputy.
Drown & Turner Attorneys.
Attornoy for non-rcsidont: S. II.
First published Sept. 13 1900.
Gntcknsaw students can secure
bonrd tuition nnd books for sir
months at a total cost of $40 at Sol-
vidgo Business College. 7tt
lu the United Stntos Court In tho In
dian Territory Southern District.
Jack Owons plaintiff vs. Pocahun-
tns Owens defondnnt No. 0741.
Tho defendant Pooahuntas OwcnB
Is warned to npponr In this court In
thirty days and answor tho complaint
of tho plaintiff Jnck Owoiih.
Witness tho Hon Hosoa Townsend
Judgo of said Court and tho seal
thoreof this 2Sth day of Sept 190C.
C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By W. S. Crockett. Deputy.
Brown & Turner Attornoys.
Attorney for i;on-rosldont' S. IL.
First published Sopt. 28.
Own a rolinblu thermomotorT See
our oxtonslvo stock. Wo havo them for
Indoors outdoor:! batlu dairy etc.
All prices from 50c to $2.50.
F J. RAMSEY DrugEtafc
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