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THE DAILY ARDA10REITE.
SIDNEY SUGGS, Proprietor. Published every Attorcoontexcopt Sat urday) and Sunday Morning. Offlce of Publication .North Washing ton Street. Entered at the Postofflcc at Ardmorc ft. second-class mall matter, Xov.1793. Subscrlotion Rates. One Week J 15 One Month w One Year 6-M ABDUORE, SUNDAT, lEC. S. The Ventilator Is the name of a newspaper which ts expected to Im prove the sanitary condition of Fort Smith. Roosevelt proposes to go to the bot tom of the government affairs in Ok lahoma. If he does sot want to touch rank potlsUon he should gel some one to go la his place. This w myproperly b desicsat ed basaar wee. Jodslag from the num ber which will be held. The ladles of the different ehnrches have been work ig dU!pUr to draw the dollars frees their hosoaods' pockets. The coomm for -.ajonlc headeoar :r la Tux. us ix-ea settled ia fa vor at aco. aod no dovbt there win K goaoral aconleeence I athat action. TW other candidates ranked Is the followtatg seder. Fort Worth. Houston xsd DaHis. Ardasore may yet have a unoa Jo jot which win be a dandy. If the A & C. road ! go through Ardmoro on the O ' G. right-of-way. which we tadertsaad Is qntte likely, then all three roxds will wtthoot doubt use the taase depot. The daUy Phoenix, published at Mus kogee, has. reduced its else by drop ping fonr pages. Lack of advertising by ktonl dealers Is the attributed cause. Phoenix Is a good paper just the ame .and will no doubt continue to give our people full satisfaction. oooooooooooooooooooooo&oa E. Admiral Dewey positively denies the statement recently published that the Schley court of inquiry had reached a decision in tho caso and that Admiral Schley had bcon found guilty on five counts, and adds that It will be at least anothor weok before the court will concludo their labors. Somo time ago tho town of Musko gee voted bonds for the erection and establishment of a waterworks sys tem for that place Those bonds have now been approved by the Secretary of the Interior, and work will at once be begun. Muskogee will net the wn'ex from Grand River. The town aid her people are to be congratulated. Connecticut has a new law that sends the man to kill who refuses to pay his poll tax, and keeps him there until it Is paid. Ardmore needs just such n law. olse abolish the poll tax altogether. The Idea of some having to t-o this tax. whllo others absolutely refuged, and dfd not pay. is poor policy In city government. 0000000-000000-00000000000 MadiH. J. It. Hensbaw went to Sherman this morning. George W. Olst, the A. & C. engi neer, is here today. Wynnewood. Judge C. D. Koan wont to Pauls Val ley on business- yesterday, Attorney C. L. Herbert was here yesterday from Ardmore. Dougherty. There will be an oyster supper bete tonight The Choctaw. Oklahoma & Gulf road Is shipping rock- to Ardmore over tho Santa Ke. which they will use for building purposes there. Earl. n. M. Pike has returned fron the sew country and will remove his f.ixn lly to his new home there at once. A number of the young people of Bart attended the eatertalnment at the home of Mrs. It. M. Statt last night CI Me Wolvorton Is here from Ma- dill. Bd Hartwell has located here fron Mill Creek. Jack Hotllday I oa the slek list Mrs. Jack 14 c A lister, who has been oa Ute sick list for so long a time. I reported better. Fred Rice of A rd store, who has been attending school here. left this morn ing for Houston. Tex whoro he Is wltaess In a murdor trial. The Odd FellowB met In their new hall last night for the first time. The building Is a credit to the town. The Earl gin has passed the POO mark. Durwood. Mrs. D. F. Lamb died here yester day afternoon. The funeral will occur this afternoon. Mrs. J. T. Khlte is quite sick with slow fever. Springer. Elmer O'Drien from near Denton. Texas. Is hore to see his father, who Is quite sick. Mr. Hartsell wont to Ardmore todly with cotton. Duncan. D. F. niount and wife from Pales tine. Tox.. aro here visiting their son, Horbort. The older Mr. Mount Is the owner of a lumbor yard nt this plac He la also a conductor on the Interna tional & Great Northern railroad. John and Owon Donolioo had their oxamluing trial yosterday afternoon and were bound over in .the sum of $500 each, which they have not yet given. They were on trial for having stolen a cow from Lute Weaver, then killing hor aad attempting to sell the beef to a butcher here. Woolsey. The prospects are quite favorable for a snow here today. The school house here is being re paired today. Oklahoma politics are to be thor oughly aired, and uovernor Ferguson will feel like going into a new house Mr. Roosovolt and Secretary Hitch cock have decided that tuero is some thing rotton In Oklahoma and they propose turning every chip to find It. Two trusted special agents of the de partment, aecompaniea by two expert accountants, a stenographer and three detectives are to be seat from Wash Ingtoo. with the oxpross purpose of ex posing every fraud .and those connect cd with it In Oklahoma. I fanythlng re mains to be purified after they get through it ia expected that Governor Ferguson will be able to attead to It There Is going to be a shaking up of political ple-eatera such as has never before been thought of. Let It come and then statehood. The Banks Hotel. That's the name of the row hotel up on Main stroet. and Mr. W. II. Alex ander, the proprietor. Informed the Ardmorefte yosterday afternoon that It was hia intention to hay? the hotel open and running by the first of Jan uary, next v The brick work Is practically fin ished and th.e plastering will be done as fast as workmen can do it, and the hotel completed. Mr. Alexander said he had employed an expensive cook .as he considered good meals very necessary to keep his customers. What does it profit a woman if s'le gain the whole world of knowledge and lose her own health? Young women students, and school teachers, eager. ambitious and full of onorgy, very of ten neglect tholr health in the struggle to gain education. Thoy oat insufficient food., and it irregular hours, they allow Irregularity of the wonwinly fun ctlous to be established, and the re suit Is that they beoome chronic n valids with all their education practic ally worthless Thore is a plain road back to health for such as theee. mark ed by the feet of thousands. It is the uso of Dr. Pierce's Golden Discover? for disease of the stomach and diges tive and nutritive organs, and I)i Pierce's Favorite Perscrtptton for dis ease of the delicate organs of woman hood. A cure wo certainly follows the use of those remedies that out of hue dreds of thousands who have tried the treatment, ninety-eight In every hun dred have been perfectly and perman ently cured. Constipation, with its cal Mnttoo consequences, which Is a com mon ailment of students, can he en tlreiy cured by the use of Dr. Ilerce-s Ptensaat Pills. The "Choctaw Rotte" is certuialy up to date In the way of asodera equip ment aad superb service. "Holiday excursion Rates.' Oysters, fish and poultry to be good must be fresh and of tho beet quality. No other firm In the city goes to the oxpense and pajns we da in buying only tho beat antrln keeping the stock perfectly frosh. Wo solicit a share of your business. Pulllaci & Rogers. Judge Gait fined Jim Johnton. color ed, and Frank Harlan, white. $5.65 each, for falling to pay their stree tax. Who Is the Defaulter? The oucetioa will be answered some Urn next weett by the people of Sta tor's Madison Square Theatre Com pany. Tho play is a thrilling comedy drama introducing some of the most novel and sensational stage offsets known to modern stage craft Lincoln J. Carter, one of the best jsnown writers of melodrama of the present day whose pltys have been throughout the United States is the author. The critics aad public consid er the Defaulter to be his" greatest effort By paying a heavy royalty, aad Mr. Stater's reputation as a manager, he Is permitted to present the play for the first time at popular prices. We present the play with special seenery oaiated by one of the beet known scealc artists In the country. The production represents an out lay of J1W0 combined with tveeka of hard study by our able company. Wo feel confident to say that this Is the most elaborate production ever at tempted by a popular price organization. The Bullet Of the assassin may be moretudden, but it It not more sure than the dire punish ment eulrd out to the m&n who buei his stomach. No man is stroiinrthati his osuch. When the stomach U dis eased the whole body is weakened. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cure diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It cures ditriMs of other organs when it cures the discAMi of the storasch, on which the sercral organs depend for nutrition aad vitality. I would Mr la rwrt to jtw mrdiden IK I I hrr tn crtlUy fcotti tir thtc: " write. Mr ; ft. Dell, of l- -oJa Via Burin Co. It. vIwlfltBD,tin at I thmtht ilnort tt dftlh t ioot I wu S roaSoN to njr houe tnd part of the Umt ta njr bL I hatl Uken f tHua of ra pli ant, o-ai ii eir il theiu . bat f mt mjt that ' OoMm MrJ ieal OtvoTtTT 1 has enrrd me. aod t ..day T I am ttoutrr than 1 hare beea fir twmtT Cears. I am n w Tirty. Jrr rear ok! Hare taken In all twenty i.ne bottles of Golden He lical DUoorery ' be4e two r three dot en rUU of Dr. Pierce-" 1-elletv but now I take no medicoe Dr. Pierce's Pleas ant Pellets cure constipation. THE PAUtS VALtEY COURT. The Powell Murder Case, Ada Mayor. , alty Matter and Other Cases. Pauls Valley, I. T.. Dec. ".Monday morning the Powell murder case was resumed and Wednesday at noon ar guments were presented by Attorney Wm. D. Johnson, for the government, followed by Attorneys Prulett and Russell, for tho defense, the case was closed by Wm. Ownby, who ppoke ior about seven hours and the case went to the Jury Wednesday about 3 o'clock. Friday afternoon the jury came into the court room and stated that they had failed to agree. The judge sent them back for further con sideration. The habeas corpus case of Otis Weaver was called Friday morning and the court refused to take any ac tlon on It. as the defendant was not in custody at the time the writ was granted. The facts developed in till case that he was tried -for carrying a pistol and before a Mr. Drury at Ada and that Drury was not the mayor legally elected, but that the mayor had resigned, and Drury was elected by the council, and upon that election bad a certificate issued to himself, by the clerk of the United States court at this place. It seems that Weaver was also mistaken as to the law and thought that when the mayor resigned he ns rocordor became mayor. Tho DittrJct attornoy will file an aftldavit against Drury. for holding the offlce as mayor of tho town of Ada, unlaw fully. Tho case of "Will Haynos. charged with larceny was tried oy a Jurv. and they returned a verdict of not guilty. This morning the dl6tric attorney filed a notice In the Maijarljr""murdor caso to set aside tho refusal of Judge Thomas at the last term of the court to transfer the case to Paris, Texas, upon the ground that Maharty was a c'.tlaen of the Chickasaw tribe of In dians and under the existing l.i any member of the tribe has a right to do this, upon an affidavit being filed that he is unable to get a fair trial here. Judge Towncend set the order aside, then Mr. Johnson wanted to contest the motion, by making a showing that the defendant was a Seminole freed man but Judge Townsend sent the case to Paris. The gorernmcnt aved an oxceptioa to this ruling and asked for sixty days to prepare a transcript aad file same in the Court of Appeals of the Indian Teritory. Yerker Taylor. Motion Prulett n Stllwell H. Russell represent Mabarty and they are elated over the court's ruling, the feeling la this dlstrl"t le strong against the dofetviant as he Is charged of being an accessory to the killing of Hnja My cU mms!.al of the town of Davit about two ye.ra i H Saturday's Work. Special to the Ardsoreite. Pauls Valley. 1. T Dec 7. The Jury In the Tom Powell murder trial which has been out since Wednesday and which announced yesterday afternoon that it could not agree, was discharg ed this morning. They stood eight. for acauittal and four for conviction. The case of Henry Johnson, charg ed wtth assault to kill, was tried to day by the Jury and Johnson aeqalt ted. L. S. Sparks pleaded guilty to the charge of larceny. The trial of Shelby Slade, charged with larceny, was begun today. Tho evidence is all In and the jury has been charged. The arguments will be gin Monday. Fine Candies in Christmas Baskets a Specialty CO o CD cn o imm CD O Fire Fire FIRE WORKS "E have a large assortment of Fire Works of every description. Will make it worth your while to stop in at our place, get prices and see the variety of Fire Works at wholesale and retail prices. Our Fruits are ths finest on Earth. We are agents for the world renowned Candies manufactured by Lowney Loose Bros. Allegretti Lyons and make a specialty of Fine Candies for the Holidays. See our fancy baskets and packages. Everything will be sold at the right price. JULIUS KAHN Second door East of Post Office. Ardmore, I. T. iff CO -1 tn CD O 2. ' CD no -s o 3 CD O 3 I Headquarters tor Christmas Fire Works. 77 TERRITORY APPROPRIATIONS. Following Have Been Recommended for Oklahoma and Ind. Ter. Special to the Ardmorelte. Washington. D. C Dec 7. A book of estimates sent to congress last Monday contains recommendations for the following appropriations for Oklahoma and Indian Territories: Salaries and expenses of Oklahoma'. Territorial officials: Salaries of Governor, Chief Jus tice, four associate Judges and Secre tary, $ 19,500. Legislative ospenses, $25,000. Total, $16,000. Expenses of Indian service: Indian Agencies: Kiowa agency. Oklahoma, Jl.SOO; Osage agency. Ok lahoma, I1.S00; Pottawatomie and Great Nemaha agency. Kansas, 11,200, Ponca, Pawnee. Otoo and Oakland agency. Oklahoma, $1,600: Sac and , Fox agency. Oklahoma, $1.S00; Union agency, Indian Territory. J2.50O. ) Fulfilling treaties with Choctaws. N -0.032.3?, fulfilling treaties with Crveks. JI9.SsS.40; fulfilling treaties with Klckapoos. $3,327.72; fulfilling treaties, with Osages,. $8.IS6; fulfill ing treaties with Pottnwatomles, $2iv 611.11; fufllUng treaties with Semi-' notes, I2S.SO0. Total. $135,S36.12. Miscellaneous supports: Support of the Apaches. Klowas. Comanebes. Wlohltas. and affiliated bands, $f.M; support of the Chey ennee end Arapahoee. $70,000; sup port of the Klckapoos. $6,000. Incidental expenses of Indian ser vice in Indian Territory. $1S.W0. Support of InaWan school at Chi- ( locco. Oklahoma Territory. JSl.WO. Spend Christ with kinfolks and friends in the old states by the "Choc taw Route." A. S. PuIHam has bought out A. E. Rogers and the firm name hereafter will be A. S. Pnlltom & Co. Messrs. Clarence Tnielove and Cyrus Pyeatt will be on band to wait on you .and the new firm solicit your patronage. Cottcn Market. Cotton opened firm yesterday and closed strong. Lint cotton sold for 7.26 to 7.(0 while seed cotton brought 2.6S. Cotton seed $11 per ton .Receipts i; the day were light, about 100 bales being marketed. Attaway Stoek.Sold. The John Attaway & Son's bankrupt stock of goods was sold yesterday at Berwyn to Joe N. Barall of Ardmorc for $1,310. I J Galvanized Asa's Tin Shop Sole Iron Tanks, Well Casin?, flues, km and Tin Hook lor fafal's N mils Oct nj Prices Beta Placing Tour ASA HOLMAN, Practical Tinner and Plumber. .Order Notice to Hunters and Others. I hereby pive notice that nil hnntera and tresspassers, whenever found on my farm, (known ns the Lastcr place) one mile north of the corporate limits, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for trespass. A. D. Chase. Ardmore, I. T., Nov. 11, 1901. Red Cross Bag blue makes the clothes whiter than snow. Large package only 5 cents. If its signs yon waut try Wiles One block south of postoffiee. SANTA FE EXCURSION. Holiday Excursion Tickets to Local Points and to Points on Connecting Lines In Texas. For tho Holiday excursions wo will sell excursion tlokots between nny points on our lino and to points on connecting linos In Toxas nt rate of one and one-third fare for round trip, minimum round trip rato to bo 50c!-' Dates of snlo December 23d, 21th 25th. 26th. 3l!st. 1001. and January" 1st,' 1902. All tickets limited to continuous passage In each direction and to Jan uary 3rd. 1002 .for final return. Tho "Choctaw Ruuto" la advertising iow excursion rates for tho Christmas holidays.