The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 118, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 4, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Thursday October 4 190G
THE WAILY AROMOREITE.
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Ardmore. Thursday October 1906
For Delegate to Constitutional Con-
vertlo:i. W. A. U3DUBTT15R.
District No. 102:
U J. AKKRii.
A message received todHy by The
Ardmureltc state that the Mleltle
Fast frets purchased by The Ard-
mar. i ha been shipped. The addition
of a fast press means a great deal to
Tho Ardmorelte. The most encourag-
ing factor that enters Into the pur-
chase is the Increase of reader tint!
dumnmls u faster press. Since state-
hood legislation ha passed and thj
people have become Interested more
In the (tolltlcal sit tuition there I a
greater demaml for good newspaper
and many people who have heretofore
been content to read only the weekly
impcr are now transferring their
name to tho dally and Uumo who
have hml no local papers in their
home are taking the weekly edition.
The paper that ha the prestige nnd
Unit publishes all the news Is the one
given preference by new renders. The
increase In the Ardmorelte' subscrip-
tion Hit 111 the puBt few week sill-
pa twos any other period In tho hUto.v
of tho paper and Is very gratify In; to
tho management. Th. new machinery
jvIII enable the Ardmorelte to priMur
:t Htlll belter paper and to Ki t it fr.m.
tho press In a shorter time.
Tho afternoon Ardmorelte prints .lie
new tm the day It happens and our
mall facilities afford the opportunity of
getting the paper to the people tm
Alio day it Is printed. In cases where tho
mall facilities are not aulllcluiit Tho
Ardmoreitu sends tin papers by out-
hide mall and by express. Tito Ard
moreitu hears the distinction of being
the only newspnp.'r in Indian Territory
that malls Its papers directly with th
postal clerks. The mailing rooms of
Tho Ardmorlte represent a good sluel
postolllce where papers are given the
proper distribution weighed and until-
ed tm the trains. Newspaper ability
push and energy are brought to bear
to proiluco tho best paper possible
"Within a few week the paper will
neck larger quarters which baa been
round In tho Klk building comer ot
Broadway and North Washington. Th
paper will be moved to Us now home
as soon ns the new machinery can LP
(low Jelks of Alabama speaks this
truth concerning the race troubles la
tho south: "Tho two races can ncwr
i;et on until there Is an under! idltu
en Ihe part tf Ihv!i n make conin.. n
law with the law abiding against crim-
inal of any color. The lesson Is this:
No good citizen can afford to renin to-
nanco a dellanco of the statutes no
matter what the provocation. The In-
nrmont frequently suffer nnd it Is
my observation that they more usually
tuffor than the guilty. Tho white peo-
ple tif tho south Indict tho whole no-
Kro race on the grounds that even the
better elements lend no assistance
whatever in ferreting out crlmlualH
f their own color. The respectable
negro people must learn not to har-
bor their criminals but assist the oill--rern
In bringing them to Justice. It Is
lamentably truo that this sentiment
docs not control tho negro race In tho
Mitith. There must bo a better unilor-
standing or I know not what will hap-
Rally Tomorrow Night
Krrett Punlap li anei-i'l- i halruuui
of tho Second ward says that there
will be many good speakovs at tho
Democratic rally trmwrro'V iiluht at
i'Taley'H lumber yard. While th0 moot
Jng Is designated as the Second ward
rally ovcrybody Is Invited to bo prot-
THE TREACHEROUS CIMARRON.
Charley Fln'h tho odltnr of tlm
Ijtwronce Gnsetle who from expl-
once hihI observation known of I lit
characteristic of the "Imarron river
In OklnhoniH In .vrlllng of tho iat--Itock
Island disaster Bays:
"The Cimarron liver doe not y've
ii It dead. When otic fall Into the
rushing whirling torrent of mixed
Blind mid water In must be n strong
awlmtner and full of life If ho
capo. And when ho goe down hn
nover comes up. The treacherous sand
makes a Krave for lilm In a moment
and Hint grave grow mi-tier with ov-
fry wHve that washo over It. The
very name of the Rtrenm declare It
lawles nnd nntrustworly. And II nl
.vayw live tip to It name liven at
low water It I treachenm and thou
Kami of rattle have iterlaheil In It
deadly qiilekahd". It witter are
brackish iiii.l daiigeroiiK to drink us
the witter of the en. One tep in ..
treacherous antidy water may mean
death to It victim. Other rlverx bring
Joy and fond recollection to those
who know them. The Cimarron Is the
fshmaelltp of all rivers. Everybody
who knows It fear It. and the river
seems to take fiendish delir.ht In the
destruction or life and tho miserlou
of Its victim."
The Scottish-Kite Manon of Indian
Territory are preparing ftir a big ro-
Union at South McAlester Oct. 23 1 1
and IT) when a class of 200 Masons
Trotn over the territory will he given
Scottish Kite degrees. The class will
he the largest In the history of the
order in the territory. Tho Scottish
Kite Mason of South McAlester are
preparing entertainment for the visit-
ing ladles who will accomonny their
'niBbamlB to thl reunion.
ODDS AND liNDS.
Alcohol Is now made from corn
rob and paper from cotton stalk.
After awhile there will be nothing
raised on the farm that cannot be put
to some practical and profitable use.
and when that tlme come the farmer
will be tho most Independent of ail
A wise rule of life la to gel ail
tho good ayo and all tho happiness
we can out of life a it passe. Take
Hie days as they couru and get as
much work and as much happiness out
of them as we can. Tho happier nun
are .the better Clod 1 pleased. And
happlnrfls arises chiefly by catching In
opportunity as they are not by forming
ideal conditions under which alone we
fancy we can be happy. W. "Garni
A subscriber received a dun through
the postolllce and It innde him mad
says the Burleson I.edgir. lie weni
to see the cdllir about It and tho edi
tor showed 111 in a few duns of hU own
one for paper one for type one for
fuel ono for house rent and several
others "Now said tho editor "I dld'ut
got mad at all when those came be-
cause 1 knew that all I had to do was
to ask several rel.ahlo gentlemen 111.
you to come and help mo out and then
I could scttlo all."
Courtoay to womnu yuung or old
should lie a part of every boy's home
training. Without It he I likely to
be bourlsh and selfish and a rude
overbearing brother and son Is in dan
ger of developing Into an exacting
discourteous husband. Ho will bo a
sort of despot that feels his personal
comfort should be the chief aim of his
wife's life. A delayed dinner Is an tin-
forgtvanie offense and a nils dug but
ton brings on an acute attack of that
mental disorder known aB 'the sulks.
An exchange gives the following
market report: Uittter strong at ISc
and able to hold Its own. llnnunn art
slipping along at the game old price
with an occasional drop. Yeast Is
steadily rising. Watermeltiis aro go
mg down nioro rapidly than they woro
a week ago. Cheese Is lively and stir
ring. Syrups nre sticking nt tho tor
mer price nnd aro about a pint more
to tlie qunrt than thoy wero last win
tor .Oreon apples are growing les
since vacation. Dried apples are swell
lag tho market. Chickens are plcklus
up a little.
Hdltnr Campbell of the Morkel Tex
as Telegram was recently married
and naturally the work of writing up
tho auspicious event fell to his lot. Ho
profaced his article by saying "No one
stood up with us as we aro old enough
to stnnd alone." l'orhaps tho most as-
tonishing part of the write-up was the
statement that tho bride had on a
mighty fine dress and wo had on
cluthou tit)." The Idea or an editor
wearing anything but patches! It Is
rldleulniiM. "We Join tho entire olty '
he said in wishing ourselves much
hupplin sk. gonil luck and prosperity
and dehorn t'.il.s write-up' with the in-
junction that now Is the tlniu to sub-
scribe." Tills is one occasion in whicn
Kdltor Campbell told tho plain unvar-
nished truth about a wedding.
ARDMORE VMS SELECTED.
rnnurnllnn of Cammercl.it Bodies i
Held At McAlester.
Hon. Lee Cruce and Sidney Suggs
have returned from McAlester where
they went to a convention of commer-
cial representative called to arrange
n plan of action and to choose rep-
resentatives to meet and confer with
the senatorial committee at Vlnlta
scheduled to meet there on November
The convention was called to or-
der In the assembly hall of the Ilunby
hotel by Chairman Kwnitz of Chel-
sea with Dr. Cook of McAlester act
ing as clerk. Frank Craig was elect
Commit tei were appointed to meet
the senatorial committee at Vlnlta
In November. The duties of these com-
mitteemen are designated flfi the pre-
illation of Ideas before that body.
Idea for the 'velfnre of the people
of this count i y. These committees
are a follow:
fudge Shepherd McAlester sug
gestions pm to disposition of segre-
Seymour Kiddle Vlnlta suggestions
as to the management of oil and coal
A. C. Cruce of Ardmore suggestions
regarding tho romoval of rostilclions
on Indian lauds.
Hew (.rant Evans Muskogee mnt-
tern touching schools.
Judge Allen Wright McAlester sug
gestions touching the control of In
A resolution was adopted relative
to sending out a call for tho donation
of $5 from each Commercial club for
the maintenance of the united conven-
tion of clulu.
After the nomination of several
places Ardmore was decided upon a
tho next place of meeting. January
FLUTTER AMONG DIVORCES.
Validity of 2 SCO Decrees Hangs Or
Result of Test Case.
Now York. Oct. !!. Tho divorce Htl
gallon which was predicted to follow
he discovery by census bureau In
vestigators that probably one out of
every live of the divorces granted by
the courts of Now Yoik county are
Invalid because the decrees were
nover tiled has been started In the
supreme court. Tho milt Just brought
Is expected to cntabllsh a precedent.
Upon the Issue of the action hangs
It 1 estimated the validity of fully
Tho case which is expected to es-
tablish u precedent was brought by
I'eter Albert Nlbson a Fifth avenue
fur expert. He married Mrs. Kiln
Franklin year ago eleven day af
ter sho wns granted n dlvorco from
Charles A. Franklin. There Is a mem
orandum lit court showing that Judg-
ment wits ordered for the wife bat
the decree cannot bo found. Whether
the decree was llled and then lost
In tho elork'a olllce or whether the
lawyom neglected to lllo cannot be
learned. Sulllcleut ground for -annul-lug
the marriage in tho fact that It
cannot lie found will bo the conten
tion of NIIshou. If this contention Is
upheld by tho courts and It is likely
to go to tho highest three children
will be declared Illegitimate. They
aro tho offspring of Franklin's second
marriage. Ho Is now living in Chris-
tiana. No children have been born
to Mr. and Mn. Nllsson.
GUARDING RIO GRANDE BORDER
United States Cavalry Stationed Along
River to Prevent Crossing.
San Antonio Tex.. Oct. It. Tho re-
fcut uprising In Mexico and the
threat that trouble will coutluiio.
which may grow serlorn at any time
will result In tho United States at
least of keeping a good number of
soldiers in Texas regardless of the
nrmy in Cubn. Two troops of cavalry
have already beeiv sent from Fort
Clarke to Kagle Pans and are quar-
tered on the Kit) Ornndo river nnd the
soldiers at Fort Klnggold. Laredo are
on the lookout. While tho govern-
ment Is not alarmed It Is not proposen
to have Mexican revolutionists com-
mit depredations in Mexico and es
capo to this side and thru avoid cap-
ture or punishment. If nay of the
revolutionists tlee hero In any force
the troops will bo ordored to appre-
hend them at once. Tin ransers on
the border have so far been able to
cope with tho situation.
Mr. Retired Farmer:
Don't you want a business that will
keop you busy In your town nnd la
easy; besides making good monoy?
Start billiard room and run It ns a
placo of nniusenicnt ; not ns a gam-
bling Joint. Got a good location and
wrlto us; wo will sell you tables on
easy terms. Our tables usually pay
or themselves In six months.
TIIK K. C. llllKnrd Tablo Mfg. Co.
13211323 -Main St. Kansas City. Mo
COTTON WAREHOUSE PROPOSI-
TION TO DE CONSIDERED.
Building Association Representatives
Are In Evidence Thirty Unions
Will Be Represented With
About 100 Delegates.
The Farmers' Union convention of
the Twonty-llrst recording district was
called to order In the city hall here
this morning at 10 o'clock with .1.
K. Cotcher a chairman and .1. T. Tay-
lor as Mecreti .. Up to noon today
forty-three delegattit had been seated
a representative of nineteen union.
There will be double that number here
before the convention adjourns as
there are thirty union In the district.
Among prominent visitors In ah
tendance lieie from outside union. !:
Win. II. Murray of Tishomingo. Sev-
eral warehouse building association
representative are present among
whom niny be mentioned Htndy Dial
of Nacogdoches Texas and Jaa. A.
Martin of Shnwneo both representing
the Farmers and Hankers' Hulldinp
association of Houston.
This convention will remain In ses-
sion two or three days during which
time there nre many matters of Im-
portance to come before the body.
Among the most Important Inmlness
under consideration nt this conven-
tion Is tho construction of a cotton
warehouse. A complete plan will he
set under way at this meeting for the
erection of such an enterprise for the
d'jitrlct the location of which will de
pend upon inducement offered by
the various towns for its location.
There is no doubt that the convention
v'll act In this matter as that Is the
irlmary purpose of thl convention.
Notice to Hclders of Town Lots.
Section 12 of the Act of Cong e"
approved April 26 l'JOO provide ii.
part as follow:
"If the purchaser of any town lo
sold uniler the provisions of law re-
garding tho sale of town sites In tie.'
Choctaw Chickasaw Cherokee Creel;
or Somlnolo nations fall for sixty days
after approval hereof to pay the pur-
chase price rf any installment thoreof
then due or shall fall for thirty daye
to pay the purchaso prico or any In-
stallment thereof falling due hereafter
he shall forfeit all rights under his
purchase together with all money paid
thereunder and tho Secretary of the
Interior may cause the lots uprn
which such forfeiture Is made to he
resold at public auction for eat-h. un-
der such rule and regulations as lie
Many remittances of amounts lu
have been received by the Indian
Agent after the expiration of the tlnu
allowed ;ib above mentioned partls
remitting claiming Ignorance of til
law therefore after consideration the
Honorable Secretary of the In -. lor
lias authorized the acceptance until
January 1. 10(17 of amounts past lu
Interested parties should theref.i-
govern themselves accordlii.-.l" aa .
p ist this payments on town 'nt can
bo accepted by the agent a?.T Jan-
nary 1 1907 and all payments
due after January 1 l'.'O" shoul 1 b"
made to the United States Indian
agent. Union Agency not later than
ISO days from date such payments are
due otherwise all payments previous
ly made aro liable to be forfeited and
tho lots llablo to bo resold at publ'o
auction without furthor notice.
J. OKOKC.K WRIGHT.
U. S. Indian Inspector for Indian Tor
Muskogee Indian Territory Septem
ber IS lOOfi.
HOME FOR EX-SLAVES.
Movement Promised Support by Bis-
hop Key of Methodist Church.
Sherman Tex. Oct. 3. The promo-
ters of the movement for tin et.tab-
llshnient of a poriuanent home for in-
digent ex-slaves state that they last
ovenlng had an audience with Hlshop
Key of the Southern Methodist church
and laid their plans and purposeii be-
fore him nnd that ho assured them
of his hearty commendation of the
movement. Tho pastors of the Col
oro.l M. K. and African M. K. churches
of Sherman have appealed to tholr
respect I vo bishops and aro confident
of Kpiscopnl friendliness and kindly
$100000 to loan on improvod cl
property no delay nhatover. Ct
nnd boo us.
lfltf INDIAHOMA TRUST CO
For backache and rheumatism use
DoAVItt's Kldnev nnd H adder Pills
Cleanse and purlfv the blood. V week's
treatment for 2!e. Sold by Hnffpiaii
Just received a car load of corru-
gated Iron nil lengtlm.
HIVENS COUHN &FKENSLY.
MUTUAL BUYS STAMPS.
Eleven Thousand Dollar Purchase of
2c Stamps to Be Explained.
New York Oct. II. A morning paper
says that State Supei Intendent of In
surance Kelsey learned yesterday of
a purchase by the Mutual Insurance
company last week of $11000 worth of
2-tent stnmin. They were not secured
tilted from the postolllce by the com
pany but the deal was put through
with a stationer. The latter got tho
stamps at tho postolllce and sent the
check he received from tho Mutual
to I'ostmaiitor Wlllcox.
What Superintendent Kelsoy wants
to rind out nnd what the Mutual will
be called upon to explain Is the pur-
pose for which these stamps nre to
lie used. The superintendent of Insur-
ance ha li-'.m ndvlned that If tho
company Is to use these stamps to
feud out campaign literature further-
lug the interest of the administration
t'eket. the )llcy holder' money Is
being used In a wrong manner.
During the month of September C.
I). Carter executed a note for $!90.00
payable to the Hanker' National
bank of Ardmore 90 days after date
This notu wan mailed at Oklahoma
City addrosscd to C. AV. Haumbacli.
Ardmore but never reached Its des-
tination. This note or the amount
has been fully paid atpl satisfied and
any ono knowing oi henrlng of samo
will confer a favor by returning It to
C. D. Carter.
C. D. CAKTKK
' C. W. HAUMHACII
3t AV. A. KDWAKOS.
A Young Mother at 70.
"My mother has suddenly been
mad young at 70. Twenty years of in-
tense suffering from dyspepsia had on
tiitHy disaoled her until six months
ngo. when she began taking Electric
Hitters which have completely cured
tier and restored the strength and nc
tlvlty which alio had In the prime of
life." writes Mrs. W. U Ollpatrlck. or
Panfortli Me. Oretitest restorative
medicine on the globe. Sets stoinach.
liver and kidneys right purtlles
the blood nud cures malaria bllllous-
nei8 nnd weaknesses. Wonderful
nervo tonic. I'llce u()c. Guaranteed at
Jty Drug Store.
Ono brown marc pony 13 C hands
high branded U on right hip and
shoulder; strenk of white In face.
$.".00 toward will be paid for Its re-
turn to .1. W. Ogletroe Keller. I. T. 3-2
ETJS 0 S J& M Ml
We have the best assortment of Dress Goods ever
shoAvn by us- Ave let you judge as to the Pk-icks:
Arnold Plaid Suitings In all shades
Double-fold Vatst Plaids good 25
hero at Just ."
HG-lnch Worsted Plalda a swell
20-inch Wool Cnshmoro
All-Wool Tricot Flannel
30-inch Mohair double-fold regular
50 cont grade our prico
SS-lnoh doublo-fold Panama all colors 75 cont
values for only
3S-Inch Wool Plaids all tho leading shades excellent
values for only
51-lnch Kepellants mucn bettor than Waterproof a good
75 cont value splendid for skirts nt only
50-lnch Melton nothing equal to It for wear
worth a dollar a yard; our price
H-lnch Mohnir; you can't match It nt 5 cents;
our price only
50-Inch Hlack Panama a good $1.00 value;
our price only '
Huatitlful lino 52-Inch Hroadcloth chiffon finish.
$1.25 value for only pi.UU
"Hlegnnt line AVool Taffeta Panama Hatlsto y f t
and Novelty Suitings in all the new colorings DC lO Jpl j(j
BEAUTIFUL LINE DRESS TRIMMINGS.
B BP4PSJS mmmmmm'mmmmmmmm''ll
KNOCK OUT WAS TERRIFIC
Tommy Burns Laid the Colorado
Fighter On Floor for 10 Minutes.
Los Angeles. Oct. 3. Tommy Hurns
-laimant of the heavy championship
coied a decisive victory over Jim
Flynn of I'ueblo tonight before the
Pacific Athletic club knocking Flynn
out for ten mlniitcn In the fifteenth
The battle was a terrific one from
thoutart. Hums bad Flynn almost out
In the foiiitcunth round tho gong sav
ing the knockout. A right to tho Jaw
lent the Colorado flshter down in tho
'icgluulng of the fifteenth. He was
ip In a few seconds but another to
the same spot put Flynn on his back.
He rolled over and got to h1;i feet
ns Keferee Robinson counted ten. Ho
was sent down again and then a few
seconds later went to the onnvns
without being struck. The refereo
forced him to rise and after feinting
Hums sent In the punch which put
Flynn down and out.
Homer. I. T.. Oct. The cotton
crop la better thnn people had ex-
pected. Owing to so much rain the com
has suffered damage on the low lands.
Tho little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
tinker died last week.
There has been a great deal of sick-
ikhs here this summer among tho
The now gin at this placo Is giving
Mr. .1. R. King of Hennepin has
moved to Homer.
Miss Myrtle Kimball will teach tho
J. K. Robertson Is building a new
Hnttan Lannnn b also building at
Over Five Hundred in Asylum.
Guthrie Okla. Oct. 3 The quar-
terly report of Superintendent Clan:
of the Oklahoma Insane asylum at
Norman wr:i llled today with Teni-
Itoilal Auditor Haxter showing 523
I patients in tho asylum a decided In-
crease. Sixty-eight were received dur-
ing tho quarter 30 discharged 21
paroled and 7 died. Tho hum of $22-
5S3.S0 was paid to Superintendent
Clark for the maintenance of the asy-
lum during the quarter.
ekes the Priees
of grey 27
lino of colorings
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