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HIE DAILY ARDMOREITE
EIDNET BCOO. Pro.
of PsbUeiaee: jwu nw
fcterfrl at tb Poetoe at Aresnere
M NmMui Mast liUr,
;CeTOsbr 2, 151.
Th official newspaper of the United
euui Osrt fsr th Scothern Dirttlet
Indian Ttrrltsry; also for the CheV--St'
Asscdatfen of the tvitn
Terrlter, rd the efnclsl erjsn of
Aay errow ra cations aoa tk
clxratr or rutM ay
ten wWeh mi be prfcttM ic tke Ara
xzortM. or aary article bfr4 en re
pcrrti tbi are fame win be gia4ry cor
rected bramgbt to tie attention of
Ui tke Locg-Dtetance Tetejmoae
and eaU n?
PHO.VE !.'0. 5.
If tm wast tbe Aremoreite.
Ardmore, Thursday, September 11.
The cool lmif!ZXnrn of tk pes
few mornings Indicate tbat tbe first
ol Kestember ml calling In straw
hits baa moved south.
Tbe CMekaaaw tegtoUtttr
Tcnoe at Tmbomtago Urlay. It 1 safe
to Mr tbere will sot be tbe exette-
nv-nt which attended tbe ssaawn ten
It m tk flmt time on record tbat
tbe prasMeat of tbe UaHed BUrf
has bee seen MOtaic about wnk a
btak eye. Ho old not got It ormo
p4g wltk tko beef trust either.
JfcxT ts r. j r.
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7 aa u: - iin .
4. 4- 1'fOiANS PAID IN BUGGIES.
HEWS OVER 'PHONE. ;
til tk Ur a4 akooi
of tk reovkOcaa
to tko wm of
wtw f '1-
k k ml laaooXM tko
teadoat of tko
wm rtooft ta tko oofoot of Mr
toH for tko tr
im m Tko Jttaoto jprteaom of
1 ftooUoa sow oaioloykig la tko
ropobUcoa artr ta tkot Aaorrtcoa
aootfrtrocr ntt ko oMau wltk tko
uok of roatrtetiot; tko troot ovU.
Akoot all tkot Mr. Kooforeh eoa e
cotooltak wHkta rtpeWlca lteoa ta
to rooofco a oonHorir ktttor rooobU-
revolt atijoaM kta loUkecrokto
1 tin to bo a sow traoootloa
oa raUroado for Loadaaon to allow
kooooa. wktu aad bteck, to rto oa
frotejkt tratao. earryiac atatola. Tko
dootk of tko yoas lad Caraall at tko
aaada of oao of thai soar Oataoortllo
fai yet Tory freak la tko ambad of oar
pooplo. Tko arroot of a aogro yoo-
trrday carryteK a platol oa a frotgkt
trita by oao of our aolleona aad hla
aobaoqiioat rttaaaa oa tko tcstiaaoay
of tko coadactor tkat tko ato wa
tkr wltk kit ccnoeat oots a aow
pei oa tko ataUor. Saroly tko co
paay la a caoo llko Daraatl's bare ao
doalro to bo ooaoldorod accoaoory to
tko act. Tkc Mutter of aartloa rtdlag
frolght tralao by coaaeat of coadac-
ton or brakotaoa la too coauaoa, a
M tko railroada bare a paaa eager er-
rloo tbey akoald ae tkat pooplo are
not allowed to ride aa frotgkt.
WMk tko trnau raising the price of
UMioaearies blgker and blgber every
day, oao la reaaladod of Ingall'i witty
rvjoMw when told that WaablflKtoa
oneo tbrew a dollar across tbo I'oto
mac: "A dollar went farther In those
A proaostUoa baa kn Introduced
by tko proklMtloa party of Cowtlaad
eoaaty. Mew Tork, which demands
tkat every man who drinks Intoxlcat
k lioaora shall lake, out a license
coating bin not less than ?6 a year
Krery six montks tbe names of tbe
lleenao-bolders are to be pnbllabed la
tko official newspaper of th county
We begin to think this Is a newspa
per man's scheme, tke publication of
names alone would nil many a paper.
City Attorney Folk of lit. Lol Is
proiiotuting the boollw of that city
with vigor. Wfchtoon or twenty men
liavo had additional Indictment
found against tlixm, and as a conso-
iiuunco sevural of thorn hnvu hn
jilnwl In Jail.
"V'lin as strong a man as the Iter.
Ham Hrnnll must publicly admit that
ho can't help getting drunk the big
brood of little fellows who boast their
powor to "drink or lot It alono" may
congratulato thornxclvos that their up-
potlto Is oven weaker than thulr reso
lllancho K. Ilruce, tho colored man
-who tit ono time watt rcgletrar of tho
treasury, Is publishing a papur In
Jlond, Mass., Its nvowod object being
tlin elevation of tho colored race In
acenrdanco with tho plans favored by
Ilookor T. Washington. Ho advlsos
all noEToeH to buy homoN, odticato
thulr ichtldren Industrially, servo Hod
and proctlco morality, temperance
and let potltlcH alone."
Ono of tho greatest crimes anyone
can Dommlt 1b to rob a child of Its
nchool days. Don't koop a boy at
homo to work u week or two, or a
month aftnr school hoglns and thus
greatly discourage and handicap
lilin when ho dow bogln. If (hero Is
anything In the world a man can af
ford to make a sacrifice for It Is the
education of his children. They don't
need your money. A boy Is better off
lo earn his money, but what he needs
la good training and schooling am'
there Is but one tlinti to get It while
ho Ih young. Gainesville Signal.
J. K. Murrell, the 81. Iouls boodler,
nnys ho did not renllzu tho enormity of
Ills offense until ho was accused and
Indicted. That Is one trouble with the
human race. Tho drunkard Is hojio-
limsly lost boforo ho realizes his woak
nnss. 80 with other physical and
mental habltH. Thoy destroy before
thulr peril Is comprehended. Hut
Is a serious fact that many men who
would scorn to rob n nolghbor, will
boat tho government, a railroad cor
poratlon or n municipality without
Ardmoro, never a boom town but
always n, growng town, horo latoly
has bocomo accustomed to now build
Jngs going tip that doubtless mnny of
our own pcoplo will bo surprlsod to
know that nlno brick storo buildings
aro now undor construction on West
Main streot nlono. And this building
Ih not duo to n b 11 mod district of tho
town or of replacing framo business
e houses with bricks, but It Is purely nn
j.,. invasion of tho business district upon
i (ho resident portion of tho town, Other
v business deals aro on band which
consummated win piaeo under con
ntructlon other bricks In that dls
IN TEXAS POLITICS,
Lyon Is Chairman Green Quit Race
at Roosevelt' Request.
Fort Worth, Tex., Sept. 10. At 2:80
o'clock the republican convention waa
called to order by Cecil Lyon, who
read a letter from K. II. It. Oreen In
which ho withdrew as a candidate for
the state chairmanship In compliance
with tho wish of President ItooaevelL
yon will b3 made state chairman and
Hawley temporary chlrrman of the
convention. Hawley will bo perma
nent chairman of the convention and
Oreen Is to havo charge of the con
gressional fight In Texan. When the
announcement was made that Green
hail withdrew, Lyon, Hawley and
Green stood facing tho audlonce,
hands grasped, whllo the band played
"America," and a thousand people
yelled at tho top of their voices. It
settled tho point that hannony In re
publican circles Is to prevail hence
Tho statement printed In tho 8L
louls Hepubllc from Dallas that If
Lyon was made chairman the Texas
delegation would bo for Hanna Is
causing much comment. The frlonds
of I.yon deny this and assort that
Lyon Is an ardent supporter of Roose
velt; In fact his banners read, "Hooso
volt and I.yon." The statemont of
Dallas correspondent Is being con
demned and ridiculed by the I.yon
It is understood a resolution de
nouncing the action of the two Vir
ginia Federal Judges In Issuing In
Junctions against the anthaclte mines
will be Introduced.
Gulf of Mexico Loses Island of Ber-
mean Due to Volcanic Action.
London, Sept. 10. A dispatch from
Paris to Dalzlul's News agency says
tho admiral commanding the French
Atlantic naval division has sent word
of tho nuddvn disappearance of the
Island of llermoga In tho Gulf of Mox
Ico. No reefs havo beon discovered
on tho spot formorly occupied by tho
Island, but navigators aro recommond-
od to uso extreme caution whllo sail
Ing In that vicinity. Tho admiral says
Iho volcanoes In Mexico, Yucatan and
Guatamala aro very active.
Iloriuoga, ns shown on tho map, lies
about 400 miles oast of Tamlplco and
about 700 inllos south of Now Orleans
It Ih within tho Jurisdiction of Mex
f tke CkV.
at key a
akte to trsaaari uay
are aaakte to sat a
X ft. Weoiaar Is aa tke atck Hat
Tbe Marietta eMbc aow ke
ttty 'abseii at smirittaa
TaaUtaay -a ante af tke best cot-
toa dafs of the awjoa. aa SM kataa
were atarkatoi aev-e.
J X. Ookk aad bat brtdo bavt ar-
trm WUJa Patav. Taxacwkere
tkey wore msnlBd kvat week.
Hoary SmJtk trd MJms Daley Dtll
of OM MM Cre wra married kere
at tke Dak hotel.
U K. Kokeru of Soatk MeAleatar
was beta yeoutamy.
Tke r aise tor tke a- talaokoae ex-
matao kave arrived asm are bejjag
mtog XMor Mass of Ardmora
areacked her Tuesday sight.
Bora to Mr. aad Mrs. Jaasea Howton
Tusaday atgkt, twta soas.
fttx hales of cot toa oa tke platform
here yesterday were set oa Ire by a
soar from a uoMtag aagtae. The
Ire was extinguished before they were
Col. Saggi aad daugbter, Mies Zoe
Olive, are bere today from Ardmore.
Dr. W. 8. Dfek bas goae to Ard
more oa bueiaeas.
Will Hkuiton aad W. G. Cecil of
Ardmore were out yesterday.
James Kelly of Davis waa la town
Mies Blanch Wear is spending tbe
week In tke country.
Dr. A. F. Howard kas sold hla reel
dence to B. F. ChMamtaaja.
Mr. Olbbs moved hla family to Ard
more yesterday. He will work on the
waterworks dam now being; construct
John Owens this morning sold fifty
five bead of cattle to some parties
from near Ilyan. Mr. Owens will move
shortly to tbe Creak naton.
A. Parks, tho marble man from Ard
more was here yestorday.
Carl Henfro of Grayson county, Tex
as, was here yesterday looking for a
location for a gin, as he wishes to
move to the Territory.
Hurt Tummlns and wife returnod to
their borne at Coalgate today, accom
panied by Miss Lora Tummlns, who
will visit with them some time.
Lute Scott went to Ardmore today.
A. J. Hurdett has completed his liv
ery stable and went to Ardmoro yes
terday and purchased his buggies.
J. It. Caloway of Earl ha tho lum
ber on the ground for a now business
A. Nichols of Ardmoro Is here to
Thomas W. Framo has returned
from a three weeks trip to Wapa-nucka.
J. K. Ollllland and family have re
turnod from a three months stay at
their ranch near McGoo.
Dr. Honry Hcover and family wore
In town yostorday.
1.01. torn urant of Arbuoklo was
d Woods waB hero yostorday from
Dougherty soiling cotton
Mrs. T. I. Hamm returnod to hor
homo at PaulB Valloy yostorday nftor
a woek's visit with hor slstor, Mre.
Tho town council Tuosday night
granted a franchise to tho Davis &
Sulphur Springs railway company to
build and operate an olectrlc line from
Davis oast to Sulphur and wost to Tur
ner Falls. Active work on this line
will bogln within tho next few days.
towetttutate Land Dett.
O T. Sep. lV-Tbe Bar-
aba say Carte Sam Is ffMtfcw; oam
tko ffcets at last aad ta autaar to set
foot do bard oa tke feOowa
wko kave farmer com Maes ta grab
all tke dead ladtio hmata. ttsaksn
tors wltk orswsrised cest
ui wm aot be permitted to
aa all tkia ckatoe kusd. Moae of
dc was aside so for vtrfck kave
keea approved by tke neistary af tke
ImVerlor are vaUd. K Is beta la tke
deoartssaat tkat tke aoaroval of tk
tocretary te accs'iary to tbe at
wklefc coa-reys title. xmA tkat ao deeds
or traoefers are vaUd witksmt kta
proval. Aaotker tkiag wktak tke
partmoat kolda for ta. tkat vkea a
or traaofer ta atop it l aamievad
tke ladtaa belr mast be said tke por
ta actual eaak: aot la
koggies. wagoas. baraoaa, bmakets.
etc, at two or tkree artoae, but tke
actual eaak te nsciaiaiy to eomalete
tk? traoMbctloa. la moat caoaa where
Ismlaa taads of oar Sac aad Fox
aeifkbora kave keen gobbled up. aome
saymeat or other baa beea made.
Tkat accounts for many of tke new
veklcle aad muck of tko cay attire
we see dlapiayed by aome of oar la
dtaa. It ta highly probe Me tkat a
special agent from Waekiagtoa win
be seat bere to taspect all deeds ami
tkat all deeds win be beM whkout ap
proval uatll coagrese eoareaes to
enact special legtalatlOB for tbe pro
tection of tke Indians.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
Grain, Produce, Llv; Stoe' and Other
(By OafUet ftroft.' BrekasEO.)
New York Fotores.
October &JI Mi
Xew Tot. SHe: tt bales.
jjrurpMl. 1141; aates
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago Cattle Reeelpti.
Cattle. 8.00. Market steady.
Hogs, 14.000. Mart:et steady.
WHERE IS GRADY?
School books, now and second-hand
for salo by J. 11. Wall & Co. Hook
satchol freo to each pupil, lluy your
booka rom us.
10 lf. J. n. WALL & CO.
When 11 man quits doctoring ho lo
pretty apt to get well.
Son of the Atlanta Editor Has
Atlanta, Oa., Sept. 10. Henry W.
Orady, son of tbe late Henry W.
Grady, editor of the Atlanta CoaeUtu
Uoa, bas dlaappeared and bia friends
aad relatives are muck concerned.
Young Mr. Orady waa seen last in
Norfolk, Va.. on Friday last, when be
left tbe hotel where be waa stopping
with bis wife and children, to secure
transportation to Atlanta. Since that
time no trace of him baa been found.
Mra. Orady, prostrated wltk grief, baa
returned to Atlanta.
Eugene S. Dlack, brother-in-law of
Mr. Orady. Is now la New York in
Quest of him, having abandoned all
hope of finding blm in Norfolk.
Mr. Grady bad only a small amount
of money when last seen. Tbe the
ory of suicide Is not entertained.
ine missing man has for some
years been connected In various ca
pacltles with the Constitution. His
wife was Miss Grace Goold of St.
(By Porter Staple.)
Tbe following are tbe prevailing
prices paid for produce today:
Wheat No. i. 70c; No. J, We.
Oats See to STfec.
Hay iSM to IS.00.
Corn Nc to 10c.
Sweet potatoes J L00 to Jl.SS
Irak potatoes 60c per bu.
Charged Against a Chicago Woman
Who Attributes Motive to Revenge
Chicago, III., Sept 10. Cromatlon
of living babies In her kitchen range
Is tho charge mad by Charles Early
against Mrs. Pauline Taeschler, who
conducts a private hospital for wo
men In South Main street. Early
made this and other serious charges
before tho state board of health. As
a result, officials of the board secured
warrant against Mrs. Taeschler on
the charge of practicing medicine
without a llconso and the woman has
Mrs. Taeschler attrlbues the
charges to motives of revenge In
spired by hor refusal to allow Early
to visit a woman patient In her hos
Itobborson, I. T., Sopt. 10. We had
a vory Bood rain horo Friday night
Prospects aro still In favor of a very
short cotton crop. Lint In generally
short and seed aro a very poor grade.
Eugeno IJarnos loft for his old
homo In Arkansas the last of tho
Llttlo Jlmmlo Hall, who has been
quite sick for two or throo days, Is a
groat doal hotter.
Ilobort Illddlo loft for Durant tho
first of tho weok. nob will ontor tho
Indian school at that place.
A sharp northor visited us Monday
MIsb Ono, EadB of Foster was
Ilobborson Friday and Saturday.
All persons Indebted to mo will
ploaso call at onco and mako settle
metjt. I will pay Ardraqro prices for
cotton In tho seed at .IjOVoIb gin at
9-d6w-lm. Wilson, I. T.
CREMATION OF CHILDREN.
CRAZED WITH MORPHINE.
Husband Tries to Wreit Pistol From
Wife and Is Killed.
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 10. Majo
William D. Wllklns, a well known ac
countant of Pittsburg, was shot and
almost Instantly killed early today
while trying to wrest a revolver from
hlB wife, Adeline.
Crazed from tho effects of the ox
cesslve use of morphlno, tho woman
tried to shoot horsalf and In tho
struggle for possession of tho rovol
ver It waa discharged, tho bullet on
torlng Wllklns' brain. When the po
lice arrived Mrs. Wllklns again at
tampion soir-oestructinn, but was
Major was a former officer of the
National Guard and was prominent
In military circles.
Tocumsoh, O. T., Sopt. 10. Tho
Standard says: Oth Welchoras, tho
14-yoar-o!d son of J. W. Welchoms
who lives two miles north of McCloud
dovolopod a morvolous caso of sleep
....11.1 1 L ...
uiKiiiK iuhi iTiuay nignt. no was
sleeping up In tho cool brcozea of tho
barn loft, whon ho got up and walk
ing across tho floor fell through an
opening and landed headfirst on tho
mangor below, but was so sound asleep
that ho walked to tho houso bleeding
profusely from several wounds on
tho face and ueck. Ho did not waken
until they threw cold water In his
face. " ' ' ""
Advertisements under this head 1
be received at the me of flra
cents per line. No advertliement
celred for less than fifteen cents (I
cents. Special monthly rates farsl
ed on application. The notice
contain any matter of "Lei
-Found," "For Rent," For Stf
"Stolen," "Strayed," or any purjj
without display lines.
WANTED A dressmaker at Mrs.
Laaghiln s millinery store.
WANTED A good cook, who is J
lag to work In family of six. rjJJ
pay to right party. Address E.
Morgan, Cornlsb, I. T.
WANTED A cook at tbe Leon Hi
wa. i xu woman 10 00 gtsM
housework, or man and wife;
to care for borses and do gttM
work, woman as housekeeper.
liberal pay to proper parties,
drees J. S. Downard, box 5SS, J
more, or call on J. A. BodoT.'.z, J
Kansas City Receipts.
Cattle 11,000. Market steady.
Hogs. J.0O0. Market steady.
FOR SALE Household and kitdl
furniture. Call at No. 123 Jth At
N. W., between C and B Sts IN
FOR SALE Two-story hotel and i
road eating-house, near Union del
Ardmore, I. T. Twelve rooms
pieteiy furnished, excellent trs
well paying business. Cause
selling. 111 health. See or wrltJ
once B. Moskowitz, Ardmore
((By William X
Ducks Per doaoa 11.00
Hens Per dosea i!.50.
Frying chiekeae J1.60 to SIM.
Eggs Per dosea lte.
Butter SO to 16c per pound.
Fort SALE Second-hand nil
tired cut-uuder Standhope, in J
repair, reasonable price. E.
(By Cold Storage Market)
Fat cows, gross cwt $2.25
Fat calves 12.00 to H.CO
Fat sheep, per head. .. .12.00 to 12.20
Fat hogs (gross) 100 lbs li.00 to 16.60
Wood Per cord 11.75 to 12.25.
Coal (by Weeks Bros.) 13.50 ton.
(By E. B. Pugh.)
Native apples, per bu 11.00
Native peaches 1.100
Pears ll.EO to 12.00
Cabbage, per lb 2
Local Cotton Market.
The price of cotton Is a little off to
day as well as tho receipts. Tho high
est price paid today was 7.85, with
seed cotton at 2.70 and cotton seed
at $12.50 per ton. Today's receipts
are estimated at 275 bales.
TERRITORY MINES CLOSE.
Operators and Miners In Choc
taw Nation Unable to Agree.
Tho coal mines at Lehigh, Coalgate
and Midway, In tho Chocta,w Nation
which havo been employing members
of tho United Mlno Workers' Union
of America, aro tied up on account r
a strike of tho union men for an ad
vance of wages. Tho scale agreed to
between tho minors and operators last
year was CO conts a ton. This scale
expired on Soptembor 1 of this year
and tho miners asked for an Increase
of 5 conts per ton, which tho onera'
tors refused to pay, and the miners
walked out, tying up the mines for tho
presont, or until such time as a new
schedule can be made.
Tho ralnos affected are thoso of
tho McDougall company, Porry Bros,
and tho Midway Coal company. About
600 men aro on strike.
Tho Coalgate, Lehigh and Midway
mines aro In a subdivision of district
21, under tho Jurisdiction of the Unit
ed Mlno Workers' Union and no other
portion of tho district is affected by
tho strike. Tho subdivisions mako
scale distinct ono from tho other, ow
Ing to tho kind of coal mined nnd tho
difficulty in mining it, some prices
being higher than others.
Several of the companies operating
In tho field aro running with non
union men, and tho operators affect
ed stato that thoy will put on non
union men unless a settlement
reached and tho men withdraw their
Romomber tho Barn party Thursday
You may break, you may shatter the
old hen If you will, but tho landlady
serves it as spring chicken still.
Sorao peopo-can; nevef remembor
details unless they aro compelled to
foot the bills.
Romomber that you can mean
right and still bo n, bore.
rcjK KK.NT a good new two-ri
house on West Main street,
tot, plenty of water. See J. F.
FOR RENT To men only, one
Blshed room. Apply Mrs. W.
FOR RENT A store building noW
cupled by Ardmore Drug Co.
R. W. RANDO
tun kent One three-room hoi
close In, $5 por month. Mrs.
u. uakhett. - 29
LOST An onon-face. silvprlnn
uocKiord movement watch. I
loop worked In ring. Will pay!
orally for Its return.
10"3t- O. s. baile:
DR. R AWLS ANDERSO,
Fillings of broken down teei
specialty. All work solicitedi
NO WORK FOR NEQROES.
umce, wneeler Bldir. Ardd
Foley's Honev and i
cures colds, prevents pneumoP,
lit Pleasure of Driving j:
T .1. . , il
you hbb a worn
harness or an unj
Come hire, wl
every bucgy nnd
ery eet of harnei
wnere every nnlc
con bo depended m
HOLLAND & COLSON.
8. WaablBKton St.
REAL ESTATE. RENTAL r
INSURANCE AGENT. f
All Business Entrusted to Me ;4
Receive Prompt Attention
Three Nice Dwellings For
Now, Cheap. Very Desirnb
Be Sure and see mo before buyk
ARDMORE, I. T.
BANNER 8 A L V,
the moat hoallno salvo In tho wal