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HIE DAILY ARDM0RE1TL
SIDNEY SUGOS, Proprietor. O-O-OOOO O OOOOOOO 0 O C 0 oooooo Published Every Afternoon (except Saturday), and Sunday Morning. Office of Publication: North Wash Ington Street. Entered at the Postofnce at Ardmore ai Second-class Mall Matter, November 2. 1S93. SUBSCRIPTION KATES : On week ,15 One month 50 One year 5-00 The official newspaper of he United States Court for the Southern Dlstrlet, Indian Territory; 'also for the Chicka saw Nation; and also for the Chicka saw Stock Association of the Indian Territory. TIME TABLE, dull, Colorado t Santa Fe Railway. (Southbound.) Galveston & Chicago Exp. ..3: id a.tn. Cleburne & K. C. Express. .4:26 p.m. (Northbound.) Galveston & Chicago Exp.. 12:35 a.m. Cleburne & K. C. Express. .11:33 a.m. A. W. DUNHAM, Agent. W. S. KEENAN. G. P. A. All United States malls close 30 minutes prior to train time. DAVID REDFTELD. P. M. Terms of U. 8. Court for Year 1902. At Chlckasha Begins Monday, Feb ruary 17 and Scptcmbor 29, and con tinues in session two weeks. . At Ilyan Begins Monday, March 3, And October 13, and continues in ses sion ten days. At Purccll Begins Thursday, March 13. and October 23, and continues in session for ton days. At Pauls Valley Boglns Monday, March 24, and November 3, and con tinues for six vcoks. At Ardmoro Boglns Monday, May E, and Decombor 1C, and contlnuos In session for six weeks or longor. Uso tho Long-Dlstanco Tolophone nnd call up PHONE NO. 5. If you want tho Ardmorolte. Ardmore, Tuesday, June 17. Tho people demand the opening of tho streets across the railroads wherever blocked. Now tho stato of Oregon has been Bhooked. An enrthnunko has boen folt throughout the state. Cuba Is undergoing tho perils of a financial crisis, and serious troubles on nccount of the largo number df ldlo mon nro anticipated. Stroot crossings nro what the peo- plo wnnt and thoy must have them It Is very wrong that tho oponlng or closing of streets In Ardmoro should be controlled by a Kansas City man Tho idea of a man in Kansas City dictating to tho city of Ardmoro as to what streets Bhall bo open to tho public is a now thing In our history and a huge joko on our city govern roent. In a severe olectrlcal storm in Chi cago three churchos wore struck by lightning bolts, ono bolng entirely de mollshed. Ono mnn was killod by lightning. Whom tho Lord loveth he chnstcnth. The fifty year franchise to tho Elec tric light people, met with tho univer sal npproval of tho city council, not one dissonting. Ardmore is promised a first class nervlce now, something wo cortnlnly nood. Can tho city onforco pnymont of a stret tax, unless the people can havo tho uso of the streets? Why allow n railroad to monopolise our streots whan thoy nro not paying tho city any taxes? Whero is the justice? tiio Jtorr Tribune should be moro specific, for somo pooplo may remain in doubt. Tho Trlbuno says, If somo of tho lawyers of the Torrltory had emails mon of themselves before they triod to make laywors, thoy would havo probably succeeded in tho effort All saloons In Dallas weru closed last Sunday for tho first tlmo. The Timos Herald In speaking of the sit nation, logically says, ' You probably mlMod tho wotuosB but cheer up and remember It is making a man of you If you don't havo anything but wnter to drink on Sunday's tho Ico cream ut Sunday dlnnor will taste bettor to you." Tho surrendered Boers aro friendly to tho British beyond nil xpectn Hon, they admit having received am munition through Portugese terrl tory. They condemn tho French and Germans and express tho hope that some day they will fight sldo by sldo with tho British against ono of theso oooooooooooooooooooooooos Cornish. F. W. Hawes, one of the A. & C surveyors, left yesterday for Ardmore en route to his home In St. Louis. M. U Newman and Bill and T. J. Dulanoy left today for Ardmore. Will Blantou nad J. W. Newcomb are hore today from Ardmoro. Tho farmers are all busy cutting oats. The Arkansas & Choctaw survey ors are still camped three miles north of this place. They havo settled on Tho permanent line for the road. It III run about two nnd one-half miles north of this place and will cross the Itock Island at Itock Island City, tht now town on that road, north of Ad dlngton. They have about anothor eok's work near hore, when they III bogln cross-sectioning tho line est. in order that the graders may proceed with tholr work. If a line Is run to Lawton, it Is expected to leave the main line at Hewitt. Provence. Prof. Felts school will close Friday. An exhibition will bo given by the school Friday ovenlng. There Is somo talk of a round bale gin being put in here. Springer. The little child of Chas. Hall Is re ported some better today. Dixie. H. A. Sumnors of Hoxford, Okla Is here visiting relatives. Loco. Dr. A. G. Crnnflll nnd family of Troy and tho doctor's two sisters from Snstorn Texas aro hore visiting Dr. Crnndll of this placo. H. M. Hlghtower Is still on the sick list. Davis. Mlsa Hudnell left this afternoon for Tishomingo by wny of Haft to at tend the Normnl in the Capital City. Miss Alma Grlllln is visiting friends in Gainesville this week. Quito a crowd of our Four Hun dred spent Sunday In Sulphur and witnessed the balloon nscenslon. Dr. Young of Ardmore is here on route to Sulphur. Mr. and .Mrs. Jnmos Draughon spent Sunday In Marietta. J. E. Pritior and son of Weather- ford, f oxns nro hore on businoee. Chas. Parish of Hoff wns over Sun day. 11. Wolf of the Iloeket Store Is thinking of adding n millinery depart ment to Ills store. J.E-Groome, fnthor-lnlnw of W. , Chltwood, died Sunday morning at 4 o'clock and wns burled yeiterday at 11 o'clock. J. G. Grome of Fort Worth, n son of deceased, attended the fun eral servlcos. John Light of Lnwton and Miss Ora Houso of this place wore mar rlod hero Sunday at tho Methodist church. Thoy will leave In a few days for tholr homo at Lawton. Otis Dallas of Ardmoro Is hore vis itlng the family of W. V. Chltwood W. B. Lain, of harvest fanio, was here Sunday and Monday. DIXIE. Special Correspondence. Dixie. I. T., June 16. News is srarcf. Farmers are very busy, al though they will In another week be nearly up with their crops. Ilev. K. I Silllma: preached a very Interesting sermon to an appreciative audience, Sunday, and Rev. J. B. Colllor gavo the people tho devil's al phabet in the evening. Mr. Price went to Ardmore last week, as did Mr. Overstreot. after a load of groceries for his store. Dr. Benson wont to Cornish last week. Itev. F. A. Brown of Ryan, who was called here Saturday a week ago to conduct the funeral of Grandma Benson, returned home Monday. Mr. W. C. BeLson and Nelse Bon- on, sons of Grandma Benson, and Mrs. Tayso, her sister, returned home tho same day. Dr. Benson reports a girl nt Mr. Nash Hammond's. Mr. Anderson is reported sick. Mrs. Umberson Is still on the sick list. Joe need has a sick baby. Mr. Rader of near Loco wa, in the burg Saturday. The asphalt people passed through with two of their largest vats or res ervoirs one day last week. THE IRISH ARE NEXT. to Vigorous Measures Being Taken Stamp out Irish Disorder. London, June 1C. Tho Salisbury government Is making vigorous ef forts to repress dlsordor In the wes tern counties of Iroland, nnd addi tional troops and constabularies have been ordered to tho disturbed dls trlcts. Evictions for non-pnymont of rent are enforced by soldiers nnd constab les nnd new procedures have been In stltuted against the leaders of the no-rent agitations. It Is improbable that any Irlh land purchase bill will pass parliament the present session. CHANCE VS. SHIPPEY. TUSSY. Spoclal Correspondence. lussy, i. i ., Juno lu. we nre noodlng rain now. Corn is beginning to suffer. E. Poddeconrt Is quKo sick. H. G. Liston, R. W. Ross, J. L. Peddocoart, P. Liston and Thomas Shelton have been out on a fishing trip. J. 'M. Anderson is in town this morning. Dr. Goad passed through town this morning, en route to his bottom farm The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society meet Thursday June 19. nt 4 o'clock with Mrs. Char les Durle. Topic, Alaska. Lendor, Mrs. Peyton. 1. The Open Door In Alaska. Mrs Staplos. 2. Educational Missions In Alaska Mrs. NIblack. 3. Results of Missions in Alaska Mrs. Carr. The society will bo favored with a talk by Mrs. Welth on Home Mission Work. MRS. S. S. CARR, President Plaintiff Worked for Ward Seeks to Get Pay from Shlppey. When W. A. Shlppoy came to the Indlnn Territory from Memphis, ho contracted to grado about 15 miles of road for tho C. O. & G. people, just oast of Ardmore, Shlppey with H. F, Watklns, graded tho road except a mile or two just cast of RudlslU's Colloge, which ho sub-let to G. W. Ward. ' Ward, It seems finlshod his contract but loft without paying all his help. Some five or six partlos havo filed suits In tho commissioners court to recover the amounts due thorn. inasmuch ns Shlppoy was tho orig inal contractor thoy brought BUlt against him and others. Ono case was tried this morning, that of J. D. Chnnce vs. W. A. Shlppey, ot al.. suit for $72.03. It was agreed that tho othor cases should take the same courso of tho ono tried today. S. T. Blodsoo reprosentod Shlppey while H. H. Brown represented the plaintiffs. Six jurymon wero'orapnnol ed, and nfter tho testimony nnd tho argument 'they rotlrod. Aftor being out for several hours they returned and stntod that they could not agree. It was learned that four stood for Shlppqy whllo tho othor two thought that Shlppey Mould pay tho debt. Icel Icel Icel Ice for salo at PORTER STAPLES, Tho Red-Headed Grocer's. Phono 57. 15-3t HOW TO SAVE MONEY. If prices mean anything here are a few MONEY SAVERS. for you at our store THIS WEEK ONLY. ' VetU, sold recalirlr S for 25ci onr pries this week onlr s for tt' Veate. void rccalarlv 7 lor lie. oar nrlrn this k nnlr i fin s' Vests, sold reirulirly 2 (orUci our price tbli week onlr for n uiu rcKuiirir so eacm oar price ion rft eica onlr I, iold reKUUrlr It 5. S BOd C a Vird: oar price thli wtk nnlr at Ltdlei Ladles' Lsdle Lawn Lawn told recalarlr t 1-3 and lOci oar price thin week, per yard, only.. i. . u auiu irKui.nj i i i- auu lou uur uric mil vhi obit . Ontsniles, iold regularly at s l.J and IO01 our price tbla only Organdies, sold reeolarlr at 12 1-2 and lie; oar price this week only I HIcmri IUUIHU,, IUIU rcKUIariy Ai JO IDU 41ICI Our price lull W6CK OQIJ uui.iu., ,um icKui.ij i iv . uur price lain wee uaiy ISO 26a ISO la l-Ja 8 1-20 S 1-20 . . S 1-20 1 l-2o .:iio Advertisements under this hoad will bo received at tho r.to of Ave (5) cents per lino. No advertisement re ceived for less than fifteen cents (15) cents. Special monthly rates furnish ed on application. Tbo notice may contain any matter of "Lost," "Found," "For Rent," For Sale," "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpose, without display lines. Hhlrt Waliti In all colon AT ACrTAL COST Hnmce hlni- llmit,l r ran nmnnm. any morn price", but a call at our Hore will convince you that oura li THE HTOKE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY on eTerytnlnir. i i 1 1 i i 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 mi i mm rirr-rr - If tho ladles of Ardmoro would pat ronize their own merchants instead ot these Itinerant peddlers, they would get moro for their money and tho monoy would bq kept at home. ' pcuuiur geucrany leaves you nothing for something nnd sometimes' leaves the town without even as much as settling bis board bill. iwo men. a negro and a white man aro on trial this afternoon be- powers, accusing them of protracting foro t'o commissioner for selling the war unnecessarily. liquor. J. II. Tucker Is able to be out again aftor a week's lllnoss. The Holinoss reeding In South Ardmoro closed Inst night. God wns with us and wonderful results were obtalnod. Twenty-three woro saved and threo sanctified. Wo will bogln n meeting in West Ardmore noar tho home of brother Davo Rico, next Friday night. JOHN WHITE. Tho Rev. D. Richardson a Primi tive Baptist from Eastern Texas, wll' prench at the South Ardmore Baptist church tonight. BIDS WANTED. The Territorial Reunion of tho ex- Confederate Veterans of tho Indian Torrltory will bo hold at Ardmoro July 22nd, 23d and 21th. Thirty thousand people aro expect ed dally. Soaled bids will bo received up to nnd including Juno:lCth, 1902, for tho entire privileges of tho grounds. All bids must bo accompan ied by a certified check for 10 per cent of tho nmount of bid. Tho right Is reserved to reject any and all bids. Executive committee. JOHN L. GALT, Chairman. SIO SIMON, Secretary. Ardmoro, I. T May 21th, 1902. cone id our sit . . . . As a matter of Education; We won't ask you to buy, but you can't heip it. r i I 1 "I We are headquarters for Fruit Jars in glass, stone and tin; Jelly Glasses and Fruit Jar Caps, Fruit Jar Rubbers, white or black, 3 dozen for lO cents. We can fit your eyes accurately with Spectacles or Eyeglasses, also your purse. Eyes tested free. Agents for Cosmopolitan Fashion Pattern, only Pattern for 10c allowing for seams. Cincinnati Racket Store. Temple of Economy. Laugh and the World Laugh with you; havo chills and you cam mono. Cheatham s Laxatlvo Chill Tablets cure, give a,n appotito and strength. Most convenient chill tonic on earth. Can carry" In the vest D. E. ALLEN'S Broadway Carriage Shop, Painting Woodwork Trimming Blacksmithing Rubber Tire Work Cold Tire Setting Can make you anything in the Buggy Lint At same old stand, Corner North Mill St. and Broadway. Jaad aMm rai r Vsl rlH rl; r r4 r r mil rl t mtmt rw r fi r ri a m m 1 a New Hardware Store 4- We have opened up a lull line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Heating and Cooking Stoves, Build ers' Material and Tools, Saddlery and Harness. We also carry a lull line of Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Screens These goods have heen bought for cash and will be so:d for a legitimate profit. Call on us when in town. t BERWYN, i i.i. H. S, SUGGS, Manager. SUGGS & BRO. WANT COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED To pny spot cash for a home worth from $300 to $700. State what you have, glvo location and price, and mail to Dox 311, city. WANTED Kitchen help at the Southern hotel, opposlto tbo depot. 15-Ct WANTED Flvo young men from Chickasaw county, at onco, to pro pare for positions in tho government service. Apply to Inter-State Corrcs. Inst., Cedar Haplds, la. 15-lm WANTED Situation as camp, ho tel or restaurant cook; strictly sober a"! nm good bread baker. Apply Cottage Hotel. THOS. DAUBY. 15-3t WANTED Trustworthy person in each county to manage business; old, established house, solid financial landing; straight, bona fldo weekly cash salary, $18,. paid by check each Wednesday, with all oxpenses, direct from headquarters; money advanced for expenses. Address Manager, 379 Caxton building, Chicago. 15-B&m-4w WANTED Mon to cut wood by tho coord. Apply Weeks Bros. 10 tf WANTED Agent nt evory postof- flee; good pay. Addross Mutual He lief Circle. Ardmoro, I. T. 30-lm FOR RENT. FOR ItEN'T Two furnlshod rooms. southf-rn exposure. Apply C15 North Washington street. 1G-31 FOR KENT Furnished or unfur- nlshed rooms, close In, at n bargain. Apply nt tho Nickel storo. 10-3t FOR SALE OR RENT Tho South ern hotel; possession July 1. Mrs. L. McDonnld. 12-12t FOR RENT Nicoly furnished rooms, North Caddo stroot. Mrs. Ella Hunter. 10-lm FOR RENT Store room. 25 by fiO. with track facilities. Possession given Juno 1st. Apply Whltorunn Bros. 25tf FOR RENT Handsome rooms well furnished, one block south of court house. Mrs. W. M. Robinson. C-tf if FOR RENT 4 room framo house Newly finished. See W. A. Pride. 15-2t FOR SLE. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE Half Interest In ono of tho best paying businesses In Indian Ter ritory. Reason for soiling. 111 health. Full particulars will be given by ad dressing No. 178 Ardmorolte office. 17-3t FOR SALE One nearly new latest Improved Quick Mool gasollno stove; two heating stoves nearly new; also furniture, carpets, etc., at Gus Aaron son's. mf FOR SALH Tho best stock of gro ceries In Ardmore, woll located. on- Joying big trade; other Interests de mand a chnngo. Address A, caro Ardmorolte. g.tf FOR SALE: Second hand screen doors and screen window frames. S Ct W. M. ROBINSON. FOR SALE Heavy wrapping pa per and old newspapers nt Ardmore Ito office. FOR SALE A 12-roora houso near Hargrove. Lot 200x200. 8tf WOLVERTON & SON. FOR SALE Cheap, ii 3-room houso, (without lot). 8-Ct W. M. ROBINSON. FOR SALE A good second hand phaeton, used only a fov times, nlBo a good horse nnd harness. That I hnvo two phaetons Is my reason for selling. 8-Gt W. M. ROBINSON. Stylish Drivers If you lmveuot investigated will bo Biirprieed to s?e what Hwell turnouts the IIol liuitl & Colson Livery Stable Iiuh. Every biiRRy is new nnd up to date. Evtrv horse is a BufV, Btylieb driver We nsk.you to come around aud give ua a trial. tin i mm Phom 338, South Washington St. 5 f pocKet.