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DIE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
SIDNEY SUGGS, Proprietor. i'uuiuned every Aittrnoomoxcept Sat urday) and Sunday Morning. Office of Publication .North Washing ton Street Entered at the Postofflco nt Ardmoro n. econd-claea mall mattor, Nov.27, 93. Subierlptlon Rate. One Week -15 One Month 60 One Year 5.00 ..Official Organ of.. THE CHICKASAW NATION. Also the Official Organ for The Chickasaw Stock Association of the Indian Territory. TIME TABLE. Gulf, Colorado 4. Santa Fe Railway. South Hound Galveston & Chicago Exp....3M0 a.m. Cleburne & Kan. City Exp. .4:20 p.m. North Bound Galveston & Chicago Exp. .12:35 a.m. Clebunio icKan. City Exp.. 11:31 a.m. It. C. Mchirec, Ticket AgL W. S. Kccnan, O. P. A. TERMS OF U. 8. COURT. For tho Year Endlna 1901- Year Ending -Fatl Term. At Chlckanha noglna Monday, Oct obcr 14. 1901, contlnuuB In session two weeks. At Ityan Begins Monday, Octobor 28, 1901, and continues In session tw; weeks. At Purccll Begins Monday, No Tcmbcr 11, 1901. nnd continues In cession two weeks. At Pauls Valley Begins Monday November 25, 1901, and continues In csslon three weeks. At Ardmoro BoglnB Monday, Bo ccmbcr 1C, 1901, and contlnuos In ses sion six weeks or longer. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may nppear In the column of th Ardmorelte will lx gadly corrected upon Hi being brought to the atten tion of the publisher. list the Long Distance Telephone J .. . .... .... .. :: and caix ur Phone No. ;i jruuno i u. vi, n 2 If you want tho Ahdmohkitk. Z Ahdmohk, Sunday, Jan. 10. An Oklahoma paragraph rendu "dlph thcrln and scarlet f-v-i are having their Inning now." Th State C'npltal says Oklahoma hns boon gutting nltogcther ton much (111111' novel nntork'ty here of late. The firing of wpvernl hundred clerks who hnvc hold soft snaps In the cen sus bureau depnttmcut, Is quoted ns being a "tearful" nffulr. Congressman Curtis remarks, "It will bo ImpbHslblo ever to admit tho lndlnn Territory and Oklahoma as sop crate btatcH. If they nro to conio In. iib oiio stnto It would bo Just as well to havo them one territory. General MIli'H attended tho Hlato dinner given by the pros'dent and es corted to the tnble MIhs Summea, n guest of tho IlooHovutt household. Ev erything piiBBod olf most pleasantly, nnd (ho president Hald nothing that wnB calculated to opon tho old soro. A recent case 1b reported of n ban ker nnd his wife taking omnllpox from n bill that had been in tho possession of a man who had tho dlseitRO. Tho trnnniilsHlon of Infectious dlsonmts by handling money suggeetH thnt peoplo who have none to Imndle will livt' longest. Folks who always hnvo an expla nation ready will vleuso Inform tho reHt of tho world how they nro nlle to tnko tho announcement of tho Jinnies of tho roproeiitntlvon of the government nt the coronnllon of Kil- ward VII. General Jniuos II. Wilson will represent the nrmy, Cnpt. CIiob. E. Clark, tho navy, nnd Whltolnw Held special ambassador. What fac tion or cllquo has won? Should tho bill providing for n pon Blon of $25,000 n yonr for ox-prosldontB ever becomo a law, It would no doubt ndd to tlio longevity of that clnBB The fact that wo hnvo only one living ex-presldent Is ofton commented upon as extraordinary, considering thnt In tho last twenty yearn flvo men hnvo filled that office. Most pensioners live long, nnd $25,000 n year ought to pro duco a class of noml-lmmortals. Now Mr. ItoosoveTt assures tho Sons of St. Patrick thnt ho Ib an Irishman. Ho hns formorly shown Hint ho was a Dutchman, n Hugonot, und a Scotchmnn. Ho had a Southern mother nnd a Ynnkoo fnther. Ho hns been a cowboy, a Hough Hldor, an author, a politician, a clvll-sorvlce commissioner, nml pretty nearly any thing olso you choose to ask for. So miscellaneous and varied assortment of nationalities, vlrtuos and talents novor' boforo wero confined to tho White HoiiBo at ono timet MR. CARNEGIE'S ADVICE. jiany wcniiny men are generous with advice, but quite economical In their gifts of more substantial things Mr. Andrew Carnegie Is not one of lhoe. He gives some advice on suit cble occasions, hut his giftti of money nro much more lavish. For that rea son his counsel when It is o tiered fs oil the more acceptable. He Is a com petent advisor on tho subject of how to rlso In the world from humble con ditions. He has been over the ground himself. Ho was n poor boy and made Tils own way from bottom to top. When ho tells young men how to succeed ho Is unfolding the chanters of his own life. Tho methods no rec ommends to them are tho methods that created his own groat fortuno. Tuesday ovonlng he tnlkod In New York to railway employe young men who arc members of tho Young Mon's Christian Association. He told them that It was posslblo for -any worklngman who has industry, goo I habits and the ability to save apart of his earnings to lay up a compe tence. One of tho important prerequi sites of tho ability to save, Mr. Car uogle points out. Is a careful and economical wife. Not ovory working man can boast of this possession. In most caie. howevor, tho wife simply followa tho examplo or the husband. If ho spends freely, so doos she. If he ImprossoB her that It Is necesMry to save a part of the family Income, she will usually assent nnd co-operate In the good work. If tho working man has no wife .thnt difficulty Is easily overcome. Tho country Is full of good and hnndsome girls who arc ready to marry the right sort of men. On the whole Mr. Carnegie's advice is of a vahmblo practical kind and la worth pondering carefully - by young men In nil kinds of employment and In all parts of the country Kan sas City Journal. A BAITED HOOK. The Idea advocated by tfie Flyonltes that Hatehood foi Oklahoma vlth n drag net to bring into her embrace the Indian Territory at ime futur and more convenient time Is not only a foolish proposition but is an Instil, to the thinking rnd energetic peopl? of that Toirltory. Thoro Is rot a thoughtful, snno and intelligent, pa triotic sot of puople on the fnco of the enrth thnt would nccept Buch a condi tion, and Klynn nnd his llttlo bund or yolpors know thU is true. It is lmply n bold nnd brazen effort by then: to derent single statehood for they know thnt congress will never confer state hood upon Oklnhomn nlonb without In cluding the Indian Torrltory and mnko ono grnnd Rtnto or tho two. Not only do thoy know this, but tboy know that congress will never Insult tho people or tho I.idlan Terri tory by rorclng them Into fctitehood with ORlnhonia at a subsequent date to the conferring of thnt boon upon Oklahoma nnd they know thnt In con sequence of this fnct thnt tholr pres ent statehood bill will bo doroatcd and Oklahoma will romnln n Terri'ory for venra to come ror them to pick and frnzel as they havo In the past, "'lint's the wholu of It. Delegate Flynn will then return home nnd hold up to tho peoplo as he did In tho free homos fake, tho supoihiinmn efforts he made in congress for statehood, nnd If they would only send him back ho would bring home with him tho goldon calf nnd nlong with It Its moth er nlso. This Is Klynn. Ho don't wart rtntchood at all, much loB ilngln stntoliood nindc out of the two Vrl torioH. ISvory move ho has mado In the Bccond session of tho present con gross, llko nil his public nctH it pre vIoiib congresses, lmvc- been with nn oyo single to Klynn'B pollticnl nnd porsonnl Interest. Whon bo imss-1 hi bonstiul free I-.miios bill 'iIh eyi wcr not shut to his future. He could hn c just an well Included In his frt homo bill tho Kiowa. Comanche nnd Arnpnhoo country, nnd the people of theso reservations could now he liv ing upon freo homos, Lut no, there woro other elections coming, i.ud n.i ho hnd honey-fugled the people 1 efor-1 ho would hnvo freo lion os fcr thest poop nnd honey-fugle them ngnln and sure enough ho hns taken (no first stop to do so. nnd has int'olucd n clauso In a bill now boforo congress lor that purposo .Will anybody, Ho publican or Democrat. In tho Terri tory, guzzlo down tho halted hookT Leader. The amount of heavy plno timbers which nro being unloaded from nirs ovory day In tho week In 'the north part of tho city Is simply enormous. Those Immenso logs aro being used on tho high trestlo Work lending to tho bridge of tho now railroad over tne Santn Fo. Tho nowa thnt tho Poors havo de termined upon asking tho Ilrltlsh home authorities for terms for ending the war, Is sufficiently substantiated to havo caused n heavy rise In tho price or afTectcd stocks on tho London ox change. BE BAKING POWDER Made from Grape Cream of Tartar, and Absolutely Pure . Highest award, Chicago World's Fair. Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chemists. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. From all around us wo hoar that an lmraonso quuntlty of fruit trees will bo set out this spring. Blackborr'os and dewberrioB do nlcaly here ulso, In fact they nro clnssod on a sure crop. Strawberries cannot bo so favorably considered owing to the heavy snnd storms which prevail In springtl-ne having a natural ten-lency to cover them up. A.s a rule, however, fruit of all kind are raised here prolUablv. Ami this reminds us (bat a crnn'ag factory Is au Invertment which should be made for Ardmore. Wltnln a trading radius of the city audit-lent quantity of fruit and vegetables are raised every year to make a canning factory a paying venture. The Brotherhood of American Yeo men, will organic Wednosdny Jan. 22nd at 7:30 p. m.. at K. or P. hall nod tho deputy at Drs. Alvis or Hogie's office. 19.1t Florldlnl, January 21, opera house. "Lively Times at Purccll.' Under the above caption tho Ard- morolto of Wednosdny, January 16th, published an nrticle, which was sent In to tills office over the long distance telephone. The article was received Monday but wns crowded out until Wednesdny. Our attontion hns been called to the fact that the nrtlclo In question wob "grossly Incorrect" nnd we most choorfully publish In full the lottor Just rocolvod: Purcell, I. T., Jnn. 10, 1902. Hdltor Ardmorelte. Ardmore, I. T. My Denr Sir: An nrtlclo In your last Wednesday's edition headed "I.Ivoly Tlmos In Purcell" Is gros'sly Incorrect nnd, at tho request of tho oiendti or Mr. Isaac Williams, I ask the publication or this letter. Mr. Wllllnms. ror sevordl weeks, has boon nctlnp nn clt mnrshal of Purcell. nnd together with Olllcor Mc Cord undertook tho arrest or Claude Taylor on Saturday ovonlng laBt. Mr. Williams Ih n sober man nnd faithful ofllcer and hnd hnd no diffi culty with Taylor, but wnB nctlng In WILLIAMS CORHN & CO Successors to Bivens & Hardware 4 4 4 ImplemeiuYw Imhatk -i Sal: ing powder 'e moMly mde Iromaltim They may iuU Iri) r pcwml, tmt ihiif uk U at th cot ul health. the capacity of marshal In altomptlng the arrest of Taylor. I am sure you will bo glad to make public this roparation, as you can road lly see tbo Injustice your article does Mr. Williams. Very respectrully, J. P. SHARP, --ayor of Purcell. Prettiest line or Musllu Underwear ever shown In Ardmore will be on display Monday at HUHTON-IUBL DRY GOODS CO. Postmaster nedfleld !s knocking." He wiys his mind gets clouded over the numerous peoplo p.-i!ng under tho same nRine. Kor instanco C. Hall or. December I presented n money orJer from Slayden. Tex., for $10, which wits promptly enshed. Later anothor C. Hall claimed thnt ho was tho rlnht payee and satisfied tho postmaster that tho wjong psrty got It. Now Mr. Itedfleld snys ho will give half of It to find out tho C. Hall wfio did get It. To Merchants. .Three thousand bushels or Cane Seed, liarly Orange and Early Am her, to nrnvo. We have In stock Seed Corn of best vnrletles also, Seed Oats. Before placing your order see KIJHL & SON, Wholesale Grain Dealers, first warehouse on Santa To track, Eouth or freight dopot. 17-lm Prettiest lino of Muslin Underwear over shown In Ardmore 'will bo on display Monday at UURTON-PEKL DRY GOODS CO. Wo undorstund that n young man fiom this town took In Provenco FrI day night and nttond"d a ball. He brought back a souvenir In the way or a black oyo and a cut Hp, which will make him' think or( his trip ror somo time. Look nt tho Loathcrwood Fielder lints that they nro on'orl.ir; at cost l(J3t 4 4 Williams Will tell you all about it soon in this space. 4 J oooooo o ooooooo 0 0 oooooo o 1 1 oooooo acooo-o oooooo oooooo Provence. Born, to Mr. and Mrs T. I. Uncle a daughter. Dixie. Dr. Bennett, who has beau hero fc sonie tlmo from Greer county, will re turn home tomorrow. Will Brewer will leave for his home In tho Comanche country, Monday. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Wisdom, a daughter. Cornish. Ed Morgan's buslnesi house '.s now under course of construction. Our school Is progressing nlcoly un der tho core or the Misses lx)ng. Mr. Iipsley, the cuttle Inspector ror tho Chickasaw Cattlemen's associa tion, Is heru today, Mr. Porklns has returned rrom Ard more whore he has been nttcndlng court. Two casos or smallpox are reported at the homo or Clark Smith, two miles north or town. Hnln Is badly needed, tho stock wa tor being almost gone. Loco. Mr. C. K. Dlbbrel nnd wire of Dun can nro horo visiting, Mrs. George Tucker, who is quite sick. J. W. Shelby has moved back to hla formor home nt Mt. Pleasant, Texas, Dr. Nowton's son, Murphy, Is report ed qulto sick. Mr. Pondlelon from Mnysvillo. Ark is horo visiting his sister, Mrs. Burns Marietta. Mrs. Jnmos Echols died nt Orlnne last evening hor remains wore brought here nnd given burial this afternoon Deceased leaves a husband and three children. Holder. IC H. Teffington has returned from Dougherty where he purchased eighty head of steers. Burneyvlllc. E. Aloore or Kansas City Is at Leon nesotlatlng with the Red river tele phono company with a view to extend Ing tho latter company's line Into new territory. Thackervllle. Mrs. Itoso died yesterday nt this plnco. The romains will bo buried at Mt. JJIon this artornoon. E. C. Matthews has gone to Gaines vllle on busIncsH. W. 0. Cook hns rented tho Cottngo hotel and moved Into snnio. T. T. Harper and wire wont to Aid more today. Madlll. Frank Fennol, who was shot horo Thursdny arternoon, is still In a critl cal condition. Emet. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wllllan this morning, throe babios, only jiio or which Ib living. Lone Grove. Mrs. C. II. Follln is horo rrom Di.b lln, Texas, visiting her daughter Mrs, Dr. Campboll. S. E. Combs Is here today rrom Con ncrvllle. M. E. Hnrrls or Cornish Ih here on business. WETUMKA NEWS. Special Correspondence. Wetumka. I. T Jan. lSrWoJiavo been onjoyinif somo vory plenBimt weather for' several dnys, but, l.jrae uiunvii ujimy wtui il BUIlllBtorm. Tlio Wetumka Dr.ug Co. will move their lino or drugs '.nto the store building recently vacated by J no. D. Hlchards. Mr. Wllllnms. one of our ontcrnris- Ing merchnnts, mndo n trip to Knnsns City tho othor day. Jno, 1). Hlchards, tho hnrdwnro man. is attending the Implement con run. Hon at Kansas City. btronviiio, our olllc'ent Western Union operator, returned yes terday with hU bride from an extend oil bridnl tour. J M, Smith returned this morning from a three weeks' trip to home- folKH In Arkansas. Indian Lesllo Baker was ar.ettod Wednesday charged with tho murder or Indian Thompson on Christmas day, Tho preliminary trial occurred yesterday In Wowoka beroro Judgo Tato. Gcorgo Cmmp representing Vts prosecution, and Walkor. Mooro & Baker tho derense. T T Baker mndo a business It In to Holdenvlllo Thursdny night. Deputy U. S. Marshnl Henry Knave of Holdenvlllo Is in town todny. Dr I j. M. Doss. Ada's efficient dent- 1st, has boon In town Hovurul davit looking nrter tho Interest or his pro resslon. Ho returned yostenlny w. llo lilH assistnnt Dr. Hnskoll, took hla plnce, They will bo found nt Walker Mooro & Baker's oltlf.c Wo noto with pleaeure that Dole- gate Flynn's bill provides Wo'umkn as ono of tho twenty-eight county seats. Flynn knows a good (hlng when ho sees It. Rheumatism Rhc jmati jiiina nre the cries of protest and distress from tortured fuusclca, aching joints or.1 excited nerves. The blood hot been poisoned by th accumulation ol waste matter in the system, nnd can nc longer supply the pure nnd health sustain ing food they require. The whole system fccU the effect of thid ncid poison ; and not until the blood has been purified nnd brought back to a healthy condition will the aches apd pains cease. Mr, limes Kelt, of 707 Ninth ttreet, !. IT. Waihlnetod, D. C . wtltet follow "A fen months iko I lial an attack o( bctatlc Rlicum tImlnltwortfotni Tlie ntld was o mif ni mat i became completely vros. Iratcd. The attack vraaan unuiually aevere one. and my conJitlm wa ttgaid cd a lelng very danger, cms. I waa nltended by one of the tno ble doc tor In Washington, who la - I- r,f f . nltr of a leading medical, i j collect here. lie told me u to continue hla prescrln- ; . tlonsaodl would get well. After hartnc It fillet twelte time witiiout rrceUIng the slighted benefit, I declined to continue hla treatment anj longer. Having heard of 8. S S (Swift's Specific recommended for Kheumatlim, I decided, atmoaf In despair however, 10 give me meaicine a inai nd alter I had taken a few bottles I was able U babble around oil crutches, and very soon thero rirr hid no iue fur tbem at all. S. S. S. havlm cured me sound and well. All the distressing pains have lelt me, my appetite nas rcturneu and I am happy to be again restored to perfed health. health. sss the great vegetable; purifier and tonic, is the ideal remedy in all rheumatic troubles. There arc no opiates 01 minerals in it to disturb the digestion and lead to ruinous bamts. w We have prepared a special book on Rheumatism which every 8uiTcrer from this painful disease should read. It is the most complete nnd interesting book of the kind in existence. It will be eentfrea to any one desiring it. Write our physi. clans fully and freely about your case. W make no charge for medical ndvicc. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. To the Ladies. No moro dangerous operations for fcnmlc diseases. Hundreds are killed yearly by knife and chloroform. Mrs. Dr. llat'.lo Benton cures ALL cases without pain or tlantier or knife. She is an expert and has cured manylicrc In Ardmore. Consult lier free. Oillce, 41U .South Washington St., Ardmore, I. T. NEW FOR OLD TUST received n oar of new Fur " nitnre, aud find tbat I need money and more secomWiaud cjoods. Will be jlnd to exchnDRe new for old Furniture. L. D- MASONi The 2nd2r man. FRANK BERRYMILL The Tinner GALVANIZED IRON CISTERNS. TANKS, TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING, -WELL TUBING, FLUES. ETC., ETC. Shop east of electric light plant, Telephone G3, Ardmore. I, T. Goal vs. GlinScers If clinkers were n penny a ton you wouldn't buy them to hent with. yet you pay tho coal price for them when you buy poor coal. Eyer thiuk of thnt! .. .. Let us fill your bius with tho kind of Coal that Burns to Ashes, ARDMORE IGE CO. S. S. COLE Photos by Instantaneous P H O T O G A P H E and Flash Light Pro cesses. Why send pictures nwnv to havo them enlarged nnd run tho risk of losiiiR them whon you enn pot thn wn-L- dono nt hornet Studio over Unndol's store. -Oi Ardmoro, 1 T. sfif Seed! Ocedl For seed OntH, Cnno. Mliim o. Khum, Yoflow nnd Whlto Corn ' IrBh id Swcot I'otntces and nil i,i.,.i aardon ScedH ln bulk or paclmges, call on fc. 11. Pugh. .lm whKth?.,, W J ilea.