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THE DAILY ARM10REITE.
SIDNEY BOOOH. Proprietor. ftbllihfd Ererr Afternoon (Hatnrdar Kx oepted) anJ HnniUr Mornlnif. Ornee of publication. Court Street. alarrd t the Pottofflce at Ardmor eoond olaaa mall mutter. Mot. 7.'i. HOnHOIUITION nATKB. On Week Ose Month OllTtlf ...... I .11 .60 8.00 OFFICIAL OKOAN OF THE OHIOKASAW NATION. Alio the Official Oman for tbe Chickasaw Stock Association of thn InrtUn Territory. rmu taulg, 0lf, Colorado and Santa Ft Railway. .lOUTII'BOCND. NalreitOD and Chicago Riprets IMC a. m. Clebarne and Kanaaa City Kipren.. Sill p.m. 1C8IH-BOOSD. AitTenton and Chleairo KxpreM II M a. m. Glaburne and Kanoaa City KxprnM 11:49 a.m. A. W. Dcihh, TlokelAeent. W. B. Kii. General I'aaienirer Avrnt. Use the Loag OUIancs Telephone 2 :: AND call ur :: 5 Phone No. G, I J If you want the Akdmokkits. AnDMOHX, THURSDAY, JUX . jsoricii TO Tllti PUBLIC. Any erroneous redaction upon the oharnetsr, standing or repntatlon of any person, firm or corporation whlah mar appear In tbe columns of the AnoMOBKiTR will be gladly cor rooted upon He being brought to the attention of th" publisher. Trie Sulphur Jourcn! has dis covered that that town haa reached n eri?is. Tkb town cow no longer mows the grass nor tramples tbe weeds from the alleys. Skkatos Cakmack assuming to spoak for Thomas Jefferson, says Jeirerson's fear of the federal judi oiary was justified- Mr. Jefferson has been dead a lone time, and A cannot speak for himself, but if ho were ulive he would probably utter other sentiments than those of fear about the supn'ine court. Thehk is it wulo difference be tween n proposed cotton mill and one actually in operation, aud be tween a dreamed of canning fac tory nnd otic that iL actually de vouring fruit. A pTJper does its readers an injustice by claiming such enterprises when they do not exist. Onk way of judging the real merits of u town wns recently sug gested by an Ardmoro man who had Dlately visited n Chickasaw town that has been making uu- nsual claims to greatness. He says almost every business man in the town offered to sell out hi? stock of merchandise at nu appre ciable discount. It is safe to say tho Ardmoro visitor made no in vestment. AxOtmkh way of getting ahead of tli court in n criminal cute in brought to light in the news trom tlnuk&uville, Texas, that .1. 1). Wnnfj is still living. Ward was hold under itidietuient in the Ceu trill djstriet for manslaughter and two days before his ease was called tho rfVorl was given out that he was drowned in tho Canadian river near .Calvin- Searuli for his body proved futile, but when tho onso was called his death was Bucrirestod and fho case dropped from tho dookot. Since his whereabouts are known ho will doubtless ily tho coop again. Had his life been heavily insured tho iusuranco com pantos would have ferreted out tho mystery ere this. Now wo shall see whether, in tho opiuion of the New York Yacht club, sauce for tho gooso is nlso sauce for the gander. When the Shamrock broke down and was rendered unable to make tho raco for tho America trophy, Sir Thoinas Lipton asked for an ex tension of time to enable him to remedy the mishap. His request was denied, and ho went to work to dothe host ho could to sail a race. Tho wrecking of tho Con stitution, which was to defend tho cup, says the Register, may cripple tho defender as much as tho chal leuger, nnd further time may be nskedjfrom this sido of tho water Inthatcaeo Sir Thomas has the drop on the New Yorkers. GOOD SHOWING MADIi. nanufncturlnjc Industries of Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Washington, June 5 A pre liminary report on the manufactur ing industries of the Territories of Indian Territory and Oklahoma was announced by the census bureau today The figures for the Indian Terri tory show 789 establishments, against 20 in 1S00; Oklahoma, 808. ngaiust V2, The other items for the census of 1900 and 1890, respectively follow: Capital Indian Territory, $2,- G24.025, against $201,329: Okla homa, $3,862,004, against $05, 519. Average wage earners Indian Torritory, 714, against 1G7; Okla homa, 2,055. against 147. Total wages earned Indian Ter ritory, $.54, S89, against $78,222; Oklahoma, $307,826, against $52,- 32G- Cost of materials Indian Terri tory, $2,225, 730. against $127,8fl; Oklahoma $4,649,944, sginit$56.- .-.18. Valne of products, including enstom work and repairing In dian Torritory, $3,892,181, against 12 IS. 932; Oilahoraa. $7,830,938; against $180,445. Waxted To rent, two front rooms, nicely furnished for gentle men apply Mrs. M. C. Frederick, 308 Caddo street- . 2 6t Dr. Pepper, coca cola, pepsin punch and cherry phosphate. Very refreshing and popular drinks at the fountain. DONNER A liONNER. 26tf The druggists. District Conference. The District Conference for the Ardmoro district, M- K. Church, South, will convene in the Broad way church, Ardmore, Juuo 20th. Opening sermon Wednesday night before, by Hev. W. I). Sauls. There will be about one hun dred ministers and delegates in at tendance. W. J. Siiis, Presiding Elder. Sprngins & Co. have a big line of ice cream freezers. Any size, any price yon want. An Eastman kodak will add much to tho pleasure of your sum mer outing. No picnic party is complete without one. Wo nro the exclusive denlers in Ardmore for Eastman kodaks. 30tf BONNEIt & BONNKK. Card of Thanks. To Our Friends: Wo take this method of thanking tho friends who did so much for father during his last illness While wo had every reasou to be lieve that death was inevitable, yet that knowledge seems to have mode our grief deeper rather than hv iug fortified us against it, nnd we assure you that such doeds of kind hobs can ut verba forgotten. Tom liovp, Louis IiOYl). Large palmetto fans, the breezy kind, free at 90tf BoxstCK A Boxxeb's. liny screen wire and scroen doors from Sprngins. The TrunsHtlnntia cable Hashes the news across the ocean that British royalty and nobility gazed with becoming nwo nt tho Amori can visitors representing one thousand million dollars, says tho Port Worth Hegister. It was the thousand million that nwed them Tho American vUitors without tho money would not have been uotio ed. Going further back, it might bo said that without tho money thoy would not have been sent to Loudon to put on show. Thk death of Robert Emot lituke of Dallas creates n vacancy in tho United States congress- It now devolves upon the governor of Texas to call n special electiou to elect Jmlgo Burke's successor from tho sixth district. Tho governor will obsorvo tho proprieties of tho occasion iu issuing tho call nnd the electiou cannot bo held earlier than twontydoys after tho call, This will give plenty of time to develop plenty of congressional aspirants and.ft.mail scramble for the houtr will be hud. .i The nmntstir detective i as humorc character as any of Shalceapeare clowns, or even old Dogberry himself He A'r finds the .'jS most aston thing clues, and generally follow, them until he 'mti up about as far av.iv from the solution jf the mvstery a mortal well may Ix; But the specialist in the detection of crime, Sherlock Holmes, is i man who rc-l clues, as the Indian reads a trail Kvrrv top he takes is a step to succeM. It's much the same way in the detec tion of disease While the amateur is blundering along over misleading sytnp tows, the specialist goes right to the real cause ami puts an arresting hand upon the disease. It is in such a way that Dr. K. V. Pierce, chief consulting physi cian to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo. N V., succeed in hunting out and arresting dtee, wh re the less experienced practitioners fail More than thirty years of special atu ly ami experience nay enabled Dr. Iier r tr read symptoms as easily and as trulv . Lle Indian reads a trail w'hich is without a bint for a les acute ttaon than hi Any sick person can consult Dr. Pierre by letter absolutely without charif Bach letter is read in private and in wered iu private. Its contents are h'M us sacredly confidential. It is answer) with fatherly feeling as well a mcdicai kill and the reply is sent sealed in a perfectly plain envelope, that there may be no third party to the correspondence Thousanil have taken the first step to health by writing to Dr. Pierce No writer ever regreed writing. Ninety eight in every hundred treated have been positively cured. If you an afflicted with any old obstinate ail ment write to-day, you will be one day nearer health Address Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, .V. V. MAY tlli I.Y.NCI1IJD. Woman and Son Recused of MtirUer lug n Young (II r f . Chicago, III., June 5 A spec ial from Aurora, 111., says: A woman and her son, accused of murder, will be lynched if tha plans of a mob in Stone county are not frustrated. The charge is that they killed Alice Stallion, 16-years old, the woman's daughter. They lived near Cape Fair and the girl's body was found in the river by fishermen. Tho supposition was that she had committed suicide on ac count of a love offair which tho mother opposed. Last night, however, a soven-year-old child of Mrs. Stallion confessed. claiming that while Mrs. Stal lion hold the girl her stepson broko her neck with a poker. Afterward they wrapped the body in a comfort and threw it in tho river. 28 photo3 for 25 cents, four posi tions. Over Weiss Bros.' store. 2-0t Limeade, much nicer than lem onnde, 10c at our fountain. 30tf Boxxek & BONNEIt. A Cut in Sugar. Now York, June a Arbuokle Bros, have made a ten point cut in all their soft sugars. The other rotinors have not formally made this reduction, but are snid to be meeting it by tacit un derstanding. A flood Investment. The White Elephant buggy is worth every cent Biveua & Will iams ask for them. They are bet ter adapted to rough roads than any other buggy made. In point of wear, comfort, finish and style thoy cannot be excelled. When you are ready to buy ask for the White Elephant. 21dwtf We carry n complete Hue of kodak supplie?. Do your own de veloping nnd printing. You will find it interesting nnd instructive BONXKU .ft BO.NNKII, 30tf Druggists A Murderous Spree. Beaver tou, Mich.,, Juno 5. Proprietor Arnoll. of the Com mercial hotel wound up a spreo by shooting aud killing his 0. year-old daughter and wounding his wifo fatally, his mothor and brother slightly and Ids sis tor seriously. He then ran into tho street nnd tired sovornl shots. Neighbors flrod on him with shotguns, wounding 1dm, Ho was removed to tho county jnil to provont a lynching. "If you wish to have beautiful clear whito clothes, nsk for lied Cross Bag Blue. Refuse imitn- tious." , See B. P. Mills on West Mutn street if you want your clothes dyedjfor cleaned. Telephone No PARALYZED ON THE STREETS. V. D. Aldrlch Falls Helpless Near The Court House. W. D. Aldricb, of Palmer, O T , and manager of the Aldrich Broom company, has been in the 'ity for several days taking orders for his firm. Yesterday Mr. Aldrich was walk ing along the streets near the court house and was suddenly stricken with paralysis and fell to the ground helpless. Friends picked him up nnd conveyed him to n near by boarding house where medical attention could be had- Dr. S. S. Carr was called and pronounced it n slight attack, and hopes are entertained of his early recovery. Mr. Aldrich lives iu Palmer, and has n family of children, his wife being dead. He is about GO years old and is afflicted alto with heart trouble- The itvalid was put on the train nt noon today and his sou accoin paaied him hack to Palmer. We hare for rent 30,000 acres of good pasture land. SSdwtf Hudson & Arnold. I am now ready to do your re pair work of all kinds. Uphol stering aud repairing furniture a specialty. All work fnlly guaran teed- At Robberson building. South Washington Street. 17-lm F. II. Rooer8. Commissioner's Court. Tom Ward, charged with assault to kill, who was on trial yesterday, was bound over to await the action of the graud jury. Clint Prnitt, assault to 'kill. reduced to assault and battery, trial not yet finished. D. S- Draught, assault to kill, bound over in the sum of $500. Jim Lawson, incest, bound over in the sum of $200. Tom Randolph, Sr., aud Tom Randolph, Jr-, destroj'ing govern ment survey pc sta, lo nd over iu the sum of $100 each. If it isn't an Eastman it isn't a kodak. Bonner & Bonner, agents for Eastman kodaks, in Ardmore. 30tf. Red Cross Bag Blue is the best in the world. Large package costs 5 cents." That grand old veteran, ex-Gov. Wm. Guy, returned lust night from the Memphis reunion, the most typical representative of the lost cause whom it has been our pleasure to meet. He carried a knapsack across his back, fastened with n cord, and minus a canteen, a tin cup was strapped (0 the budget. I.lmcs. Limes. Limes. The only place in town where you can get a limeade is at our soda fountain. 30tf Bouvxeu & Boxxek. 28 photo- for 25 cents, four posi tions. Over Weiss Bros.' stere. j 2-Gt Mr. .15 B. Pugh is reported quite i!K this afternoon and unable to be at his business post. Egg phoaphnte properly mixed at our fountain. 30tf Boxxek & Boxxn.it. NEW QUARTERS. Galnusvllli' National Hank Has Leased (luthrlc HullUlng. The Gainesville National bank has leased tho Guthrie building now occupied by tho Mnnhattan on tho northeast corner of tho main plaza for a term of twenty years tit a rontal of one hundred dollars por month. Tho bank will soon begin tho work of re fittiug up tho building. The stairway on tho west will bo taken out und various other Improvements will bo tnndo. It is tho intention of tho directors of this bunk to make their uew quarters ns elegunt and conven ient as any in tho statu. . The Register, in behalf of tho citrons of Gainesville, congrat ulate thoso gentlemon und busi ness men on securing such u do sireablo location. Thoy will tako possession January 1, 1002. Tho Hegister has been inform ed that tho building now occu pied by .this bank has been sold to Mr.- Henry Bier of this city for f 0,000; Gainesville Register. ? J, J, DABBS' Special 0 Now in its second week is still going on nnd is growiug bigger every dny. Our prices nre the lowest iu the town and it will pay you to come and sec us. Children's Hats a Specialty Our Hue Hats and Turbans are the talk of U19 best dressed ladies Ardmore, most of whom nrn our well pleased custo mers. If you' want n swell Hut or Turban that combines elegan.-e, style, becotningnesa and appropriate appearance we will be glad to have vou call and consult Miss Piatt, who will be pleased to plane her knowledge and experience at yrur service in mnking a nelection. Retrimming done fiuiekly und at low prices. J. J. DABBS, si Madden, NOT ALONE BREAD But Cake and Pastry has spread the fame of SPEIGLE'S BAKERY "Mauv who thought that only home made Doughnuts, Drop Cakes, Cookies, Vanilla Waifers, etc. were fit to eat have changed their minds since testing ours. They are found much superior to anj thing produced by. the amateur cook, and above all things that's good to eat is that New England Bread. Try it and convince yourself. Hot every evening at 4 o'clock. FINE STOCK In connection with my fine jacks ( and stallions I also have a very; fine short-horn 1 Durham and Hereford Bull. H. C. BYARS, at the Bnilev Barn. The Ardmore Undertaking and Embalming Co. The New Undertakers. Have 0 complete line of burial caskets, cofllns and robes. Some One A'lway.s at the Store. DISMEMBER that J. ,M. PRICE ' carries ihf tirnsf line of PYuits in town; AppUs. Ornngea, (om on?, BnnHuiiH. etc Price's is alo tlm place to get jour Fresh Groceries CHARLEY FLEMING, The Carpet Man. Cat pets put down on short notice. Old ones taken up and houses denned. Leave orders at Echols' furniture nnd second hand store. Sewing, Laying and Scrubbing. CI, L. CAItll. L. K. IIOWAltl) CARR & HOWARD, Grocery and Feed Store, I have sold a half Interest In my Orocoryund Feed store to Mr L K. Howard, and arc prepared lo soil you Groceries, Feed and Proprietary Me dicines as cheap as anybody on earth. Give-us a trial. G. L, OAHR. Can's Gcrner. Northeast Ardmore, CITY SCAVENGER. Prompt attention will be given to all Sanitary work.- Notify me thro the.postoff ice. Box 704 BOB McGHEE. Sale on Street Hatz S 1.. .. - ! . ?l '. Sykes & Co,, Ardmoro. Livery and Feed Stable' Quickest time from the Santa Fe to the Prisco Railroad between Sapnlpaand Deuison. Good Teams und Fast Drivers. WILLIAMS BROS. Dougherty, I. T.' $100 Reward Will be paid liy the Chlrkaaw Stockmen'- AnrUt ion for the arrest and conxlctloii of anyone ptealliit: stork nf any kind from any member of this Association. m. T. l. Howell. P es. O. 1'. II alky, Sec. 0)e-eQ-aee-a)) I Cold Storage Market Our market iu always supplied with tho best of overvthinr. fh oof Our cold storage keeps in perfect condition every particle of food lor tuo tamo. Eresh meats of all kinds. Tho purest lard, fish, oyaters and celery. Free delivery to any part of tho city, HEATH JAMES. S. S. COLE THE Leading Photographer i ft! tha Inrllnr, T...I1 . iuvi iuuiau lorruufy. Host equipped Gallerv '''toaplisattlo' inferior work, visit 1dm upstairs ovorW.B. Kandol's store. Ardmore. I.T. f I