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GuarantoGd Largest Circulation of any Daily Paper Evar Published in the Indian Territory.
CHICKASAW NATION. TUI-S'J.VY, AUUUdT 7, 1894.
III I II
H.w to rTtraU-Tklr Rtc
tm Cattoa rUUi.
McKU'ney, Collin Co.. lei., An. 4
Cot respondent in Dsllss h'ws
The presont wet weather has made
the cotton plant grow mostly 16 need
ami It large dense foliage with py
Brawrb, la must Inviting to the rav
ages f the boll norm. In August,
18811, Just siu-U' a wet spfll brought
ont inunuierafile boll worm moth
vrliloti produred Die " hull norm
"tflkr," thon' all Utt plaaled cot.
ton was su seriously damaged at pnic.
tlr-ally to yield but little.
That Beaton 1 Induced one of nir
reuttir fanners to try" plantlug ol late
I'oru on a plat ot three acres as fel
lows, twenty rows cotton, and than
tour rows of ourn, alternately, tlio
ojru beinr plant d af(r the cuttuu
w nhopr.td to a stand and ploughed
over once, so as the corn w uld he In
riittiu)( ear an food lor the boll worm.
The eaperliiiwiit proVoil very bene-s
Ileal, because the com was litlorally
eateu up ami tho cotton not injured,
hx il made a bale per acre, notwllli
stmidinu one-sixth of the land was
pluiituil in vol tit
Hr. Jff WVlborn in an article to
IliH News that yiar reported that
planting of pebi In email lauds of
patches si'ionjc Ihc cotton fields which
pruTod cqaally art satisfactory a way Wvh
t feediUK the bull norm to prevcut
the destruction of the cotton. The
past cyclo ot dry m-asona nmy now be
chaitxirfr; t wnl ones and II behoovts
the cottoH rrfiser to use every pre
0- tutlmi aud available meant at his
iMtniiiHti't to ueutriillzn I tin damages
of hise terrible little pests.
The lat ten days of July and the
lira tfitcen of August are cotisldeied
t);u period when this worm Injure 'he
1- olton miil. I predict llii yars crop,
especially early planted .cotton, will
scape an sorinus d.-tinagt.' frni tho
ImiII worm. wln: to tho tact that an
oarly fieer.e ia March lat compelled
itnurt all corn in north Texas to b
iilmiti'd ver, which bninr in the
rotu lu;; ear stan had douhllrs af.
1 irded ample food tor the worms un
til within thf past few days when tho
corn is ft-Ulu almost too hard. To
bear ute out in my supposition U'uol
n positive fact upon elimination of
nir corn crop I find that the cum
worm, how couceded to bu tbr anmo
worm Ihnt bores the cotton bolls, has
lift signs of having ateu the ends of
the ears to an nuusual extent. il'iidrs
ttp-iu a critical examination f my
cotton crop I find as yet hut little
fijrns of damage by the boll worm or
striker, scarcely cMoiiult to be worth
In brief I would close this article
by stating I cannot believe any se
rioitM daniaKQ will occur this your
from the' ravages el the boll worm,
nulrss it be in lain planted col ton, tor
nil successful cotton rniscrs in North
Texas know that early planting is the
safest plan to p Brunt-, talcing a series
ot years both tor drouth and worms
Old Cotti u l'lauter.
Whatever may b? the cause ol
blanching, tho hair may be restored
to its original color by the use of that
potent, remedy Hair Vegutabje blct
llnu Hair Kenew'cr, 1 w
Home designing parlies yesterday
cl'culatcd the report that the Wostcrn
Union's geutleoianly manager at this
place had committed matrimony the
night previous. - Mr. Slllimau denies
tho allegation and desires tho young
Indies to not believe any such reports,
lie is still on the market.
Mrs, Mntdnr Lit plaoed ibis hosllery,
whstN II should have always been, in
thelroat ranks. Its location is what
the Naino implies white the rooms
aud table are all that could bu desired
by the iiiostlastldtuas. Tho Ardmore
He feels no htsltausy In saying It Is
one of the bot $1 homes In the city,
What causns bail dreams is a que
lion' thnt has usrer been satlsfauturlly
answered, but, In ulno cases ont of
ten; frightful droatns nre tho result uf
imperfect dlgotlon, which a tew dos
esqf Ayer's Saraparilla will nflectu
ally remedy. Don't delay try II to
dy.. 1 r
Odoin k Clark ar now proprietors
of tho I'alace barber shop, having
bought ont Tom Huberts. Thry are
tborouck-iniiters of the tousorlal art
aud the Ardmorelte. bespeaks for
them a lacratlve buiuess. j5
For Uultrisi's patterns, call on
Mrs. Ilawliugs at her millinery start.
West Main street. 7 liu
X Yauaa; Limb af tba Law Mad tk
Bitttaf a Pi-actUal Joke.
Yesterday same of tho olUccrt ol
the i'arls force conceived and execut
ed a bit of plsatautry which Is too
good t keep secret,
Cumtuisalunrr Gibbon's sou Is hero
from Paris visiting Ins father. He
came on the 10 o'clock train yesterday
morning ami wits ulet at the Udpbt Uy
liiick Uarvretttyho took his vndso and
escorted him ttt the Judge's otllce. As
tlioy wcro coming up a young liuib ol
the law, 'with a columvuilable desire
for clients, opicd them nail at one
asked Deputlrs Mttleaud Liudsey for
iufurmatiou. They told the dlsclpla
of Ulsckstouc that the strajger was a
drummer who had been caught with
a lars quantity of whiky aud that
he was being bronght up for trial.
rfhev volunteered to introduce the
Hugh Juhnsou went to Ilei'wyn this 'lawyer aud reenmmund him which
morning to spend a few days hunting was a favor very thankfully received.
and otherwise enjoying himself. i Young (Jlbbons was knowu as Hrown
v ii..7W::7rYr oj 'd after being put t-n to the fun
Tim. i tendllv offered to fee the barlslcr lib-
I.lfp U too short, aud those fortu-. erallv for his defensa. Th Judge con
nate people frolu North Texas, who j r(i (o t,a 10Cic trial aud at
look ftdvuntngn ot :iio low rules wiaue. iri lirnro(,ll(.,, .,, ltH i4tInioiiv
the tnntrt Fe to (inlveslou on July ,
aiand?8, are fully convinced that.wh'ch was overwhelhtlngly AB'alnt
tbrv had a irood lime. the client and showed him to he an
Tho ti nin writ not overcrowded andl, otrender. In the face of the evl
everyoo y senire.. com ori-o . , ,h , t ..ladings of
coniouatioiiS, nccorumg to taeir . T .
nr,l be would hold ill ft defrndaut without
the beurllt ot bwud. The lawrerat
to show thn court that ho
such actlou and
rsildls horse, llie traders hsd their
suspicious arousel and as thf fallow
could not give a satisfactory necnuiii
of hlliuelf, tlicy took hi hi before Dep'
uty Joo Nelms nho held him pending
further lnvestirallou. lie gave his
nuiio as linker and Udutltled he had
stolen tho animal tho night previous
near Nickel Hill. Mr. Ncltiu At once
started to that plase to find the own
er so that complaint could be tiled
aud warrant issued.
Morgan Ncsbe'.l aud Mir Iiia May
VUoiiToi l'.oyd aud, MIm Maggla
Wllioa, chapcroucd by Mesdames
Whltumau mid L. I. Wilton, went
to the Canyon this morning on tht 10
o'clock train lor a days revelry in tho
di-llgh'ts of that beautiful rutreati
Thav wilt rsturn on the atenlnt;
The K. of r's give h graad slipper
tonight at Wyuuewund in dedication
of their now Castle Hall. lion. II. C.
I'ottrrf of tht city delivers the
address. Hn ltftfur that place oil the
Memphis and Ratnrn tlO.l.t.
On account ot tho semi annual
uiL-ellug of tho I.uniliiir Mnliular.lur
ers Association at Mcinphls 'i'clnij
August 7ili to toils lb'Ji.tho U. C.& S.
I-Miy : ill sell round trip tlekots to
Memphis and return at one f;trc
(M6 l.') lor thu round trip. Tickets
on sale Aug. Gib and 7th, good to re
turn until August l'.lli only.
Call upon or adort ss tho undersign
ed for lull Intormatlon.
I. U. Mnson, Agt.
In m much a) there Were in
who, for various reasoux, were
aoite 10 inKu auvanmo m ioc j?aiiwi I .,, i
I."..'- In.' It link liri.ll Hiu-lHrii In 'COipiru
..iv.i tl i another tihatici'i In tact two authority lor
' i ti . i .i i . t .
of them. qnoteil law irom an lue nuuiuriurn
On Saturday, August I and 11th, from the reirn of James the first down
thn tiulf t;olota:o and isnuta K will ,,. .-... 0f tho ArkaH
ell round trip iickcih io itnivcsiuui
from all points on its line iu Texas
and the Indian Territory, and the
rates from Ardmnruwill be 'SO. Tick
rts will bi limited to return, Icav.
lug (lalvcston on the following Tuesday.
for the greater ncrntiiudatlon of its
patrons, the rjautii Fo will rnn a
special train I avlng Paris, .Saturday
tiioniiiii:, and Uniucviiio alur(lllv
evctiitiL carrviii'r coache. free re
clining rlmlr calami I'ulliunn sleep.
VVf fill If 111 Hi M.IIUBIUU) .Jllllllllj
morning at 8 -.80.
Keturniug, Ibis train will leave
(litlveMou, Mondnv evening nl 6
o'clock, but tliunp who di-siro io lake
ono more d p in the uulf, r.y reuuiiu
until Tuesday morning lor the reg
Call on yolir local acont for partlr-
ulars as to kchudUlu of the special
saw legislature-. At last the Judge rr-
IciiUd aud agreed to aocopl boud
COJVfc'S SitSl'.ECT 30HOOL,
.103 UO.S8 AVKNUK, HALI.AS, TKA'AH.
A 5 Seiect Hdrhe 5 School 1 for Boys:
Number limited. Ample, grounds. Elegant Horn's. Stiultcs ailjiijtabla
! rrqulreiiieuts. nuglisb, I.atlu, Spanish, Mathematics, History, Itbotc
keeping, Hietiographv, etc., iaiixht. Hoard with the family of the principal;
The best ndvantages mentally, mnr lly, iihystcally and soclslly. A few
fUl will bo dmitted. Heference .ludirrs Bcntt and West, afail Marshal
Stowo bf ArdmUre. Next session begins Sept. ,1, '94, Send for catalogue:
J. R. COLE, A. M., Principal.
LaCLEDE -:- HOTEL,
Newly titled and renovatedfrom kltrhcn io garfet. Firsi cjnji
III kvelv pnrlictdar. Ardmore ntid Territory trado soliHtcH.
Sircl cars pass the floor. JOHN I.AWKKNCK, Prop.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
, I'l&tcs all MUM qf iusu raticc with rcspouslblo cotnpaulrs Fire ami
Mb'hiulnif. tornado, Lllc, AccIUcil'f, Klifplo; ers', Liability, Plato Class,'
titcam Hollers, Ktc.
All companies represented in. this agency are old nnd triad. You do no
experimenting when we place voilf bnsiiicss. . ,
Assctti Hiilllcicnt for all possiblo contingencies, as the following list
Kirc and Tornado.
Insuranro Company bf North Atnerica,
Itaftthfd Flro Insurance Company,
(termati American Insurance Company,
r ire Association,
...... 1.1. IT..!.... ....1 V.ltn...l
I.UIIIOII viiiwii I...U wi.ni,
Louiloli nud Lancashire Fire,
bpriugtleld hire and Mariucj
It Was Lot.leJ.
A boy by the nniiiu of Mclluth
about It years of age was accident-; Pennsylvania lire,
ally killed by an older brother yes
terday tour miles north el town. The
two had a pistol which they thought
was unloaded and in "snapping" it the
weapon was discharged, the ball en
tering tWo hart of the younger of
the two. killinx him instantly. The
whereupon tho prisoner suppoi cd to j rc,ailt(l wero taken to Pendleton, Uelt .
In. Urn it ii n introduced to his at. r..u i?tnU.vltln '
CUUIlki IVI .M.ui nif.Mii i.iv
I stood on the porch at evening
when the sun went silently down, and
the Jnnobug bright iu tho starry night
flew merrily through th town. Oh.
sweet were tho gentle r.ephjs, that
blew from tho balmy south, and red
were the lips and sweet were the sips,
that I took from her pretty mouth.
Her tiny waist was encircled by my
aim so strong and true. Said I:
Whose duck are you, love?" "Youm,"'
she murmured, "aud whose are yon."
Oh. the hallowed hours of that even
iugl Oh, the cruel caprice ot fulel Her
lather, nnkiud, stnltt up from behind
and Vickod ntc over the gate Ex.
Brown Hros. will open a full line of
diamonds, watches, clocks, jewelry,
silverware, etc, on or about August
10, iu WUnor Hotel. t 10
The Ardmoreite Is glad to be able
to state that tho difllcnltlea which
some time ago forced J, J. Chandler
to close tho doors of the Palace Drug
Store, havo been settled OLd lie yes
terday again took charge of his bust-uccr.
be Hrown as introduced to his at
toruev as blr. liibbous, ton ol the
tern judge, and then the scales tell
Irom his eyes aud he realized that he
had been the victim to a ctuel practi
Look out lor the opening ol Hrowu
llros., jewelers and silver smiths. In
Wisnor Holel. . t 10
Kctiee MeW f tke Board of
A reeular meeting ol the Ardmore
- r .
tJoard of Trade will be held af 8 p. m.
this rvuning in Whlltington's Hall
aud every member of lha organiza
tion i; expected to bo present. Im
portant commuuicalioiis from Ihc
Santa Fe puoplo In regard to bridg
ing the Washita rivor will bo consid
ered aud a plan or sjstem of road
work on alliiitc.lor raadrvays must
be adopted. Othsr towns are reach
ing out in the Ardmore districts and
unless aggressive mcasuics nro taken
at ouco the wottoti receipts iu this
market will be a serious disappoint
ment to tho drnlers aud buyers. It Is
a duty every ouo owes lo their inter
ests iu this city to give theso matters
iheir serious consideration and the
individual members of tho Hoard of
Trade should by their actions show
that they are alive to tho situation
and willing to participate iu any con
ference having lor Its object the ad-
vaucemmtuf otir city.
Itememhcr the honr 8 p. rri. sharp.
An active agent in each county in
thu United rtiate, to solicit Mibicrlp
tlons for the Twlrc-n-Wcek llcpiiblic.
A liberal commission will be paid to
hustlers. Adilrci-s Supuritiieudcnt Cir
culation. The Republic St. Louis, Mo
J. W. Phi Hps and family arrived
from (ialnesville this morning atld
took possession of their elegant new
home on Qaalitv Nob.
Subscr'ibn for tho Ardnioreltei
The man who does not advertise
and pnh bl biuiuess because it cost
money huid slop paying rent for the
saitto reason. Kk. '
REP OUT OF TJIK CONDITION
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
At Ardmore, in tho Iutllan Territory
at the Close or Itusiiufii,
Jnly lllth, lli'Ji,
Total a(scls fire luaarnnco companirl, -Life,
Mutual Life Insurance Company of Now York,
Accident, Plntu Olasa, Klc.
PIil ..I It i- ..ml I 'nullnlll v nt Vow VnrL-
Employ crs Liability of Loudou(assute Ib U.S. ouiy) 1880
Tntnl ....... ii SIM 7M
I Otllce First National Hank, First Floor, Ardmore, Uid. Tcr:
W. B. LAWRENCE,
Cabinet and "job workman. Seo him.
One hundred, live, energetic, agents
waulud to work life insurance within
ibo Oklahomn nnd Indian Territories.
Good aud liberal commission paid.
Good compuuy aud liberal features.
Address II. M. Wolvertau. General
Agent, puncau, lud. Tcr. 3 1m
H. W. McAdatn, editor of the Btatc
Herald and the I'rog-esslve, went to
Davit, the teat of publication of the
latter journal this tnorulng.
Brown JJros., practical jeweler will
npn .up about August 10 with the
ilscst stuck e-vor Vougbl 16 the Tr
ritury, 1 10
Atltutlou is respjfU'elly called to
the od. of Ui Centra) hotol wbleh ap
y?ar foilify. Biyber Jtitlitlous maD-
A number of show cases aart a
quantity of sortcd pain's for ealo
regardless of cost at F. II. Snlder's
drng storo. 26 tf
J. W.Phllivs and family will move
to Ardinorn this wek, whsre thoy
will permanently resids. Gainesville
Think of it, lots iu the Ferudalo Ad
dition among the verdure from $76 to
9100. bee balf page ad. J It
Stolfa.tbc tailor in prepared to eu
sure the latest styles aud best tits to
bu bad iu lino suits. Uoll on til in in
Central Hotel building. VI 2w
Charley Edwards left for .Gaines.
villo last evening to speudaiew days
Tho youthful boy murderer Willie
Murdock, who killed the little Ger
man boy near Gainesville last Sunday
week, had a preliminary hearing yes
tcrday and was denied bail. Ho
maintains a stolid ludifference and
says be did tho killing because he
didn't like the boy.
Most Rosa Babies Powders.
Gnarantccd absolutely puru. Lf not
satisfactory in, vcry mpeet, your
noney will be refunded. For sulo on
Officers left ou vesterduvs evcnlnc
train for Paris wltb Henry aud CoN 'J y ,llirrlB SIOttD
umbus Scbllliugs to be corasnltyd
on a cbargo of hyrtu thvff.
Uepnty Ulork Flerca leu last eva
uing for Galnesvillt aud Dallas to be
. A rdroore graded' school wjU ortp'bsent sevsrai oaya.
Sept. 8, In King'a Collego building.! Her,.TH.f c,u,bt.
Dlintlaii. P.troUaffn solleltd. YesUrday moriug a man appeared
6.2. Seatley. 1 M ona of tba wagon yards w.st of the
3 Irs . ViineipaL raUmd Jni ojwre J for triJo u flue
rx4n nd illtcnQnti IW t.t
Octlulli.ouurrdand uuercunrd. . S.KW,
U. . HomU to trvur clrvuUtlou , . .. li.MOOO
I'rcniltirot on U. . burti ..... l.KO.oo
Banktuir home, luiultum anil Ax
tur . - ,000.)
Ouo Irum Nstluntl lUnks nut re
serve stents , . t,?M It
Hue Irom late tsuki and tMnkurr 114.71
tin.-Irum prr'oet reierve agentr. 5,UtW
Gbcrk'sjiiluthcrciuh Item MJM
.Nolc ol other nstloual buV 4,01) CJ
Frsclluutl lr currenfj, nli-kelt,
and cent" f I rb
LAfrct a hav Uisv iv Uk' k, tis:
Serrte. .... .tld,i10S
Lersl-Undcr note .. , TWO W S.'l.lOS.OO
Kh mntl m fund viltb U. H. Trcm-
uror ti mr unit ol rlreulstluu) M.tfi
ToUO. ' HSS.4S4.37
CaMUl stock paid In, ... IMOrtlW
BiirMui land . i,a o w
Undivided pruats, I'M esixrnirs aud
uses paid 'N 11
Nitl'mal Hank Xntei outiUndlui lt.:v)00
Due to o'ber National B&nkr . I,7i4 67
OlTtdeadi oupsld W
lndlTldualrt(p94itsiutiJct tucb)k . WSIl,rJ
LET 'EM KICK!
Wo nre selliuj Rood 8 jtipt the nuuie. Still soIHuk
1!0 pounds Ftaiulard pniiiulnted sugar for $1.00.
Jimt received, tho nlceHt liuu of prccerveH, jilfifS;
niiiplecyiup, iimplu HiiRur ami everything the uppe
titc could wieli for. Try our ta nnd it Jtvlll do you
good. We have tho niCwt OFRortinont of ctffliitjtt
goid iu the city. Snvo money by buying nl
Wyee'e. Smoke Little Ciibun Boy cifytrc, ntul try
u bottle of Irtezing eoda pop. Fresh bird coed in
hulk, albo the bone.
M. . E. . WYSE.
Successor to WILLIAMS Is PENNINaTOlT,
HavJiig purchnsed the stoct of AVilHamn & l'cnnlngton-at a IarieJ
ilitcouiit, respectfully call tbo ffttcntion of the piibltc to the fact
that I will close out tfald etock
ToUl ... - !!J,4S4SJ
T iso Junnui. IiivtuoM.t ,.
1, rtob. 11. Kdrd, chlr of tbt aborx
tiaratd bauk, da taltmnlr iwtj lijal the sbo
tutm'nt Is true ti theUftot tny kiiQildts
aili beUef. 0(0. R. Sows bps, Cubirr.
Pubtcrlb4 and sworn ' to belor nis, tblnlb
dsjf of'Julr.ltOt. . ,
IHJtat) 1. lonr.'ifi)'.
, otr7 rnblle.
GorSVct AlMt; A J. WoUvrwo, Plisetori
Artitztrc-i In th9 i.rdaja:itti.
SMS AT ACTUAL COST,. OR LESS SSSI
Families, city and cotiutVy merchau'tB will do Well io JcU and
priec-, goods before buying cUewbcre.
Wo are daily uidiiib' etaple groceries to our 'itock, bought
strictly for cash, and will Bell .to. consumers as cheap as any tttt
class buU8e,""aiuL.w1iere. full paciageu we sold,' tbo consumer wili
bsfft tq regular jobbing prices. ,
Full Weight Guaranteed. Coiiiit
WSsroha jits' Trf de Solicit cm
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