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HIE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
SIDNEY SUGGS, Proprietor. iubllnhcd every Afternoon (except Bnt- urday) and Sunday Morning. Offlco of Publication .North WnBliIng ton Street. Sntercd (it tho I'ostomco nt .1. -'to a. second-clans mall matter, N.- t Subicrlptlon Rates. Ono week M One month Co Ono year 5.00 ThfE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of the UNITED STATES COURT for the 8outhern District, Indian Territory. also for ,( THE CHICKASAW NATION. , nlso for the H CHICKASAW STOCK ASSOCIATION of tho Indian Territory. TIME TABLE. Qulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway. South Hound Galveston & Chicago Exp.... 3:40 a.m Cleburno & Kan. Olty Exp.. 4:21 p.m. North Hound OalrcBton ft. Chicago Exp. .12:35 a.m. Cloburno &Knn. City Exp.. 11:33 a.m. A. W. DUNHAM, Agent. W. 8. Kccnan, O. P. A All United States malla close 30 minutes prior to train time. DAVID REDF1ELD, P. M. YEAR 1902. At Chlcknslm HeglnB Monday, Feb ruary 17. 1002, and September 29, 1902, nnd continues In session two weckn. At IXynn TlcglnB Monday, March 3, 1902, nnd October 13. 1902, nnd continues In Bcsslon ten dnyB. At l'urcell Begins Thursday, March 13, 1902, nnd October 23, 1902, nnd continues for ten dnys. At PaulB Valley IleglnB Monday, March 24, 1902, and November 3, 1902, and contlnueB for six weeks. At Ardmoro IleglnB Monday, May G. 1902, nnd December IT., 1902, and continues for six weeks or longer. f Uti thi Long Distance Telephone 2 J :: and oalt. ur :t I Phone No. C, I It you want Uio Ahdmokkitk. Any erroneous reflection upon tho charncter, Btnndlng or rcputntlon of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In tho columns or tho Ardmorelto will bu gladly corrected upon 'its being brought to the nttcu tlon of tho publisher. Ardmore, Tuesday, April 1. TEN PAGES. It takes snnd to propose to some girls, nnd It takes rocks to marry some, Cholera Is Increasing In Manila. Ten new enses and 'four dentbs have occurred In the lust three days. Acting President Schnlk-Hurger has not yet succeeded In establishing com mttnlcntlon with tho Hoer lenders. Let all work together for n greater Ardmore. New life In tho government of tho city should spread nniong the people. Work together. Strotnry Umg of the navy favors CUriUluniUg llie imuii'suip i-"-"it nun wntqr Instead of wine. It Is n shame to se,oAgood booxeology wasted. llotlii President Roosevelt nnd Seero tnrvare out of patience with Oenerul MljHjj.biil arc said to be Inclined to let tha matter drop and allow him to Hbnpo out his own future. MIylam D. Fossett has been np IKitntod United States Marshal of Ok lahoma to succeed Harry Thompson resigned. Fossett was chief deputy under Thompson. President Roosevelt broke the hand- tdiaklng record the other day by band ling rfT0 mlts in eight minutes. Vet that is not remarkable In n man who Is learning Jujltsn. W. M. Grant a well known editorial wrltgrnnd nowspopgr man died yesl torday In Now Orleans. He waH native, of Seotkmd nnd a gradunttKoll Edinburgh University. If Hob Dick Is elected mayor and ns bo lias no opposition, he will be wo want him to get a new broom and give Ardmore n cloanlng up from center to circumference Mne Ant mora n good healthy place to live In nnd. those who have not been Inter ostwr In the electlun will regret their selfish, net. Albert T. Patrick, now undir sen tonoo of denth for the murder of Mil llonnlre Rice, was married last Sunday In tho Tombs to Mrs. Francis bis former housekeeper, by signing a civil" contract ucroro witnesses. As his wife she will hnvo the privilege of visiting him two hours every day In the death Tnio thin election has not detracted muth of our time from business, when It Is ovt every man with a tinge of pride In his bosom for hi homo town, should roll up bin nleeve iiiiiI forge U. th front, giving nil assistance he ran to our new ofllrors. They draw no Imnhom ialary for the work, time and worry they have to ront nd with. Thelm Is a labor of love, rather, und work for the good of tholt town. Thero Ih iniirh to be done In Arrinion now mid It concerns nil tho people, then let nil the people putdi toother. Senator Honnn.ls trying to hnM; Rathboiii-.admitted to ball, ponding IiIh aifjMAI to (We Supreme Court of Cuba. Itnthbom 'H friends Bay his trial was n'trnvesty on Justice. ft. Iiuh leaked out tlmt the Russian subsidized (teamer Kornloff on her last visit to the Persian gulf landed Ixty thousnnd rifles at the seaport of Prls, on the Persian gulf. Eleven ehurebes were wrecked In the vicinity of Pittsburg, Pa., by a wind storm a couple dnys ago, the lamngo Ik estimated at several hun dred thousand dollars. Whom the lord loveth ho ebosteueth. Ineldentnl to the storm the eastinltles reported are sixty people Injured, six of whom may die. During n bull light nt Jnrua., Mex- eo. Une oitue matadors nail been might on the horns of the hull mid was being tossed nbout ut will. A party of Americans who witnessed tho act gave vent to cheers for the bull, this brought forth hisses fioin the Mexicans und for a time mntters look ed serious between the two races. (lovernor Dukes of the Cboctnw na tlon has made an appeal to tho In terlor department for :tO,000 for needy Indians. He estimates the num ber of those In actual want nt 10.000. There Is nil object lesson for Con gress, a people with untold wealth. theirs, starving and In need of assls tance. Money plenty of their own. yet cannot use It. RAILWAY MAPS. A DUuriinl loil rnornurr'n I'liiiunrnla mi I lie- Mrnluhl Mm- Vnrlel. "Look at tbiil." t-iiid an ill nntured passenger, pointing to a largo map on the wall oT the rnllwiiy station. "Isn't (but mi tilmnilimhlc fraud"" "What's the mutter with It?" asked bis mild coinpiiiiloii. "Look bow It Is distorted, wild the other. "There Is n map of n railway system from Chicago to New Yuri;. It Is made to npp.'nr. as following n straight line between these two cities, nml yet on the map It appears to pus tlmiuyli every large town within ."00 miles of that line. 'Must notice Hint towns like (Mucin mill noil Cleveland are m misplaced as to-appear only n few miles upart, inn Nashville, Tenii., Is pulled 500 miles from Its real location. I wonder they have not transported New Orleans a thousand tulles nortlienst, hi as to bring It on the line of their railway fraud. "Congress ought to take hold of this fake," be continued, "and punish beav lly every railroad (lint Issues n dis torted map." Chicago Inter Ocean. Mr llul. It.u l.r'. IIiiIU, Sir Hoyle Roche was t lie father of "bulls." It was be that asserted that "tho best way to avoid danger Is to meet It plump." At another time In conveying a warm Invitation to n friend he remarked, "I hope, my lord if ever you come wltliln a mile of my bouse thut you'll stay there till night He may have been the fool of tho Grnttnu parliament, hut there was n great deal of native shrewdness hidden nwny behind all his foolishness. To Cumin when the latter once exclaimed In the midst of a debate that he need ed aid from no one and could be "guardian of his own honor" Sir Hoyle instantly Interjected his sarcastic con gratiilatliiiis to the honorable member on bis posM'sslon of a sinecure. Hut possibly the gem of Ills rhetoric was the picture which he conjured tip on one occasion to bring borne to his heal ers the excesses of the French revolt! tlounry mob: "Here perhaps, sir. themurdcrous marshal law men (.Mnrselllclsc) would break In, cut us to mincemeat and throw our bleeding bends on that table to stare us In the face." Loudon Ex press. I'tintl In Avultl. It Is well to refuse tho sausage ibrought to your breakfast' table If It Is stale and to refrain from using the cream In your coffee If It Is the least bit sour. Otherwises-oil run the risk of becoming blind; Some foods, It Is said, are most Inju rlotis to,tllislglit. "A case was brought uiider'tliunotlcoofnii eye specialist,' says The Dloptle Review, "In which the eyes of a whole family were nf fected by eating rnbblt pie. In each In stance the patient hn(Weeomontlllcted with a peculiar defect of vision that I technically known ns 'failure of nccom luodntlon.' Stale sausage nnd sour cream cause n weakening of the Bight known ns 'amblobla.' Hllndncss result lug from eating tainted fish hns been found almost Impossible to cure, mid (julnluo Is often responsible for some persons' half blind condition. Ihl drug affects the ojdlc nerve In n man ner that sometimes endtn blindness, It might be added that alcohol occa aloually makes people "blind." oooooe o o oooooo 0 1 O'OVo-o-ooo E. D oooooooooooo oooooooooooot Madlll. Th fjidih Aid sofiety ot the Methollt church wllUserve it-frcdi merits at the home of Mrs. Mcdahec Thursday night. ' Mrs. Dora Putty went to Denlson this mornlngf Chagrls. M. L. Newman and family are hero from Cornish vlBltlng the family of R. J. Oreel. . . Jenies Rngsdale and wife of Ard more were here today. Dr. E. M. Snodgrnss wlllrIcuvc to morrow for IiIb future home In the Comanche country t , . -Dr. Settle moveif Tiere from lx)he drove and will practice medicine nt this place. Dixie. Win. Cox. who lived four miles southwest of this place, died Saturday ill tei noon and wns burled Sunday nt Center Point. Deceased was M years of nge. Dr. Newton of Loco and his brother from Kansas wre here yesterday. James Rngsdale and wife of Ard- moie, who huvo been here visiting relutlves, loft today for their-home. Lone Grove. Considerable Interest is being mani fested In the election here today. Marietta. ' 1 We nrc having n hotly contested election hero today. Work was begun here this "morning on the foundation for' the new Santa Fo depot. 'Will Hlnckbtirn Ih here toilay from Ran. Bob. 1. D. Thompson went to rtiftnes villi- today with a .Jiuueh of cattle. Thackervllle. .1. II. Miller and C. C. Matthew went to C-alneavllIc last night. Tin.' farmers have Mulshed pluming corn. Provence. The tracklayers are laying the unoctnw track through the town to day. . ' . Springer. .). A. Trlplott of Durant Is here today. A. L. Fltzgorald has sold Tils rosl donco property to W. M. Coiiltis. Zan Williams was here HiIb morning from Ardmore representing tho Pen nington (irocery company. Dougherty. Mnrston & Rath are loading stom here to lie shipped to Ardmore for the Santa Fo aqueduct. Chag. L. Woods, the townslte sur veyor, Is bore to plat the D. tt N. right-of-way upon the map. The town was mirveyed and plnttod and n map nmde some time ago but the route or tho 1). & N. railroad was not placed thereon. It was to do this work that Mr. Woods was ordered back here. Gileonite. Mrs. P. S and Miss Maude Davis returned yesterday from Ardmore. J. I). KIrby went to Sulphur today to witness the election. Tho school hero Is progressing nicely. Tihomlngo. Tho election heio today is passing off quietly. Willis Lemon or Onlnesvllle hn lo cated here to practice law. t The Hlthla club gave a dance Inst night. Visitors f i om Emet am other surrounding towns were In nttend ance. 0. T. Hiirton returned lat illght from Parsons, Kansas and will push tho completion or tho electric plnnt. NIDA. Special Correspondonco. Nldn, I. T March 31. Since the re cent heavy rains, overy Indication Is that the "Twelve Mllo Prairie," will produce Une crops. Tho oat crop Is vory fine for this tlmo of year. Tho people Hero are anxlotiB to have conditions changed but public sentiment is practically unanimous against n union with Oklahoma In any shape, and for title renson many de sire the passage of tho Moon hill. This section Is as nearly without lo cal government ns can woll be Imng Ined. We hnvo never had a doputy marshal the only omneTB wo have Is the postmaster and' a notary nubile nnd with those wo are pretty well satisfied. M. Ulackbiirn hns Just returned from n trip to Tioga. Texas.. Judge Fawcett, a prominent lawyer of Houston, Texas, passed througl last weok spending ono night with Wm. H. Murray. Ho was enrouto to TlBhoniingo and other Territory towns with tt view of locating for prnqtlco in the Territory. R. S. Croft mndo n business trlr to Durant last Monday. Two now railroad surveys have beau made within COO yards of Nlda from 'Emet and Tishomingo olng souui one to uenison ana tho other to .Platter. DrPRKLS Cram Baking Powder Eaclrtimc the United States-Government has officially tes'ted 'ffieT taking powders the rdpoVt has shown Dr. Price's Cream, t Bakinc;' Powder to j5ey1oP superlative leavening strength, free from alum, abso lutely pure and wholesome. This is gratifying, for Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is depended upon by mil lions of people to raise their daily bread. Pmce Baking PowDcn Co.. Chicago. You tire invited ..to call at our store to look through our variety of goods lor the house and lawn. We beat others making prices on Screen Doors Plain and Fancy. Screen Wire m..i. i ixm.!h ii "ir:,wu Llil(.l illlU t Willi, till II 1UIIID. Ice Cream Freezers Lawn M OWPrS and the caie of the lawn. WEEKS BROS., practical tik. AND PlUMUEKS. W. L. Hates, son has recently been very low with smallpox hut Is woll again without nny of the members of the family catching, ns tho boy was quarantined In the second story of tho building. Mr. Jim Houser hns moved from McKlunoy farm to Emet. S. S. Tolson has moved Into the old Dave Hooker house Just north of the A. & C. right of way, on North Wash ington street. Wnu-r mitt llit KIliit-M. Ah the waste In nnlmal food In those who lead Indolent lives Is carried off by the kidneys It Is very deslrnble that they should be kept well tluibuL with plenty or water, for pure water Is to the kidneys what fresh air Is to the lungs, nml tiiKcn In the early morning, prorerubly as bot ns It can be sipped. It washes nwny the unhealthy secre tions t lint hnve accumulated In the stomach during the night and stimu lates It to hen It by action, and then, passing on through I lie system till It reaches the kidneys, enrrles nwny by their aid the uric aeld, gout poison and other Impurities that should have no llxed habitation In the body nt all nnd would not have If the sufferer were pioperly dieted for even two or three weeks each year. A V.-ry (11.1 ntiRlUh Clnlh, Fustian Is a species of cotton cloth much used by the Normans, particular ly by the clergy, and appropriated to some orders for their cashubles. The Cistercians were forbidden to wear them made of any material but linen or fustian. A stronger description was first manufactured In Knglnud at Nor wich, temp. Edward VI. It was much used for doublets nnd Jackets In the fifteenth century, ut which time It appears to have been Im ported rrom Italy. "Fustians of Na ples" are named In a petition to parlia ment from the mniiufacturers of Nor wich In 15.'tt. The iinme wns corrupted In Uuglnnd Into "futlannpes" and "fus tian and npes"l. e.. "fustian n Na ples."Notes and Queries. lleltlcllirrir Cn.tlr. Tl castle of Heidelberg Is the lar gest In C.orniaiiy, It stands :W0 feet above the Neckar river nnd wns occu pied as a castle ns early as A. D. 1204. In n cellnr In one comer of the ruins Is the famous "tun" or monster cask, capable of holding -10,000 gallons. This wns ror the storage of wine used by the nobility who dwelt In this castle. 111k Iilrn of Surma, "What Is your Idea of success'" "Success," answered the man who has realized n few ambitious, "Is mere ly the attainment of n condition which causes people who knew you years ago to look at you and smile nnd say, 'A fool for luck!"'-Washington Star. lleputntlon Is a bubble hard to blow out,, but easily burst.-Chlcago Newn. Noth.TIk rc Government inquiries also developed the fact that there are many mixtures upon the market made in imi tation of baking powder, but containing alum or other caustic ucid, whose use ia food is dangerous. . ,r . , , 1 ) every other utensil needed in COKE DANDRUFF CURE. Honest Methods Ap piovcd. The Svcond Free Distribu tion of Coke Dandruff" Oirn Endi-d at W. B. Frame's and Ardmore Drug Go,, Saturday. The Famous Coke Dandruff Cure and Hair Tonic Is Now Being Tested In This City Uy Hundreds of People. Last night the free distribution of sample bottles of the great Ooke Dundrull Cure closed. Hie frlKhtfnl number of people who arc suffering with Dandruff, Ualr and Scalp troubles In this city nnd vicinity can only be estimated by tho enormous number nf sample bottles given away. The. A. It. Bremer Co appreciate (his und are determined the worth of their prep aration shall fully known und proven to the world. What Coke Dandruff Cure Is guar anteed to do: To euro Dandruff. To atop bulling ilal.r To produce a Healthy Growth. To cleanse and purify the Scalp, leaving It In a healthy condition, sweet, clean and free from Dandruff Hakes Bliampw before using with Coke Slninpoj Soap. Best In tho world. KRAJJSES HEADACHE CURES ANY KIND OP HEADACHE. 500 rcvard for any injurious sbtana Foun4 in these capaulcs. Perfectly bamcss.$Mbydruftisti. NOW WAN UCHTY Mr'S.CaPtS rWNttlA. nvww jf devils hammcr- -MH- Ardmoreite Want Ads are Business Bringers t y WANT COLUMN. JL. Advertisements under this head will be received at tho rf.to of five (6) cents per lino. No advertisement re ceived for less than fifteen cents (16) , cents. Special monthly rates furulah- ed on abdication. Tho notice mn y contaln any matter of "Lost, "Found," "For RcnL" For Sale," "Stolen," ''strayed," or any purpose, without display llnoa. l WANTED. WANTED Good man or woman to work In Ardmore, at good salaries. Apply J. K. Detinlng, nf Wood 'Bros.' office. 31-2t WANTEDi-To- buy a good. ;cheap horse. Son Hros. 30-IU FOH SALE Two work borses, buggies and harness: cash 6r on time. D. Hedfleld. 30-Gt WANTED A first class camp cook to cook for railroad camp of nbout forty hands. Apply J. W. Powell camp two miles west of Durwood, I. T. 28tf WANTED A llrst-clnss railroad blacksmith. Apply H. F. Watklns came 1 mile oast of Hewitt, I. T. 2S-4t WANTED Men experienced In fac tory or public work; pormauont posi tion. Apply J. A. Uodowltz grocery. 23-tf WANTED Everybody to call at the Hluo Front Barber Shop for a flrav class shave and stylish hair cut. Leo Walker, proprietor. 9-lm , WANTED To repair. upliolBter and roflnlsh nil the old furniture In Ard more. Don't throw your old furniture away, let us make It new. Goods call ed for and delivered. Bailey & Zuber, . North Caddo street. 10-lra WANTED Young men to learn tel egraphy and stat' work for railway 1 service. Expenrut, loderate and tu- Itlon refucded If sliu-Mon not assign ed. Dallas Telegraph College, Dallas, Texas. t may 2 WANTED Clean, white rags at the Ardmoreite office. FOR SALE. FOH SALE Nice clean stock of ; now and second hand clothing, shoes ilrfd furnishing goods, ery cheap. . Write or call on E. Hermor. No J312 Grand Ave, Kansas Cltjv Mo. 2S-6t FOR SALE.-One four room house good location. Apply h. C. Landrum t at Sass & Crawford's. 231m FOH SALE Two business lota In the choicest block In the now town of Mannsvllle, I, T. Address Sam A. McCoy, Ros. Eng. C. O. & G., Mannsvllle, I. T. 23-lm FOH SALE A furnished homo of ISO. six rooms, bath room, storm house. plenty of water, etc.: close in. coo.l location for n boarding house. It's a ( bargain. Apply this olUce. 2Mm. lOll SALE A good 3 inch Fish Bros., wagon also a good set of wagon harness. Cheap. First door onnt nf' Fraley Hros., planing mill, 19-lm L. O. SOCKWELL. FOH SALE A pair of match horses; s Kentucky bred; four years old; dark bays. For particulars, address Dr. n. D. Moore, Ardmoro, I. T. 27-lm FOR BALE A twpH' auger, See, or write J. F. Bcrlvnej. Box 531. Ardmore. T 5 d & w 1 m. Fishing tackle to tho angler's con tent at Williams, Corhn & Co's. Every , size, shape, form, fashion ot hook, lino n or rod. ' SPRING DRESS GOODS. The Inrgrpt nnd prettipst line ol wush dress cond. incliidipp nil the Intost novelties nt, popular prices nt. , WESTHEIMER A DAUDE'S. Flthlng Tackle. 'A flne'Une. Come hero to make your selection. t. K. KEARNEY. i. cbanibpr.