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HIE DAILY ARDMOjjHTE
B1UNBY BUnOB, Proprietor. Vatercd nt tho "l'oatolllco nt Ardmoro as Second-class Mall Matter, November 2, 1S03. rsbllshed Every Attoruoon (oxcopt Saturday), and Sundny Morning, jfice of Publication: North Wash ington Street. subscription rates: ess week 1C On month 60 On yar 5-00 The omcUl newspaper of the United State Court for the Southern District Indian Territory; alto for the Chicka saw Stock Aatoclatlon of the Indian Territory, and the official orjjan of the city. TIME TABLE. " nlf, Colorado A Santa Fe Railway. (Bouthbound.) Relveston Jfc Chlcngo Exp. ..3:40 a.m. CUburno & K. 0. Express.. 4: 26 P.m. (Northbound.) alveston A Chicago Kip.. 12:35 n.m. Uleburno & K. 0, Express.. 11:33 n.m. W. A. DA81UEM Ticket A gout. 'All United State malls clos 30 ainnte prior to train tlmo. DAVID RRDFIKLD, V. M. Trme of United State Court. At Chtckaska Ucglns Monday, ptombcr 29, 1902, and Monday, February 16, 1903, and continues in aeaalon two weeks. At Ryan Begins Monday, October it, 1903, and Monday, March a, 1903, and continues In session ten day. At rurcell Begins Thursday, Oc tober S3, 1902, and Thursday, March IS, 1903, and continues In session ten days. At Tauls Valley Boglns Monday, November 3, 1908, niul Monday. March 13, 1W8. and continues In Ion four weeks. At Ada Begins Monday, Decem ber 1, 190S, and Monday, April XV 1903, and continues In session on .week. At Tlsboinlngo Begins Monday, December S, 1902, nnd Monday, April 17, 1903, nnd continues In session on At Ardmoro Bogln Monday, Do embor 15. 1902, and Monday, May 4. 1903, and continues In session olght weeks or longer. Any erroneous reflections upon the character or reputation ot nny por- on which may b printed In tho Ard Hiorcltc. or any article based on re ports that aro falso will bo gladly cor rected It brought to tho attention ot tho publisher. r Uao tho Long-Dlstnnco Telephone a and call up PHONE NO. 5, If you want tho Ardmorolte. Ardmore, Wednesday, Oct. 15. ,Oue single pound ot cotton has been spun Into a throad 470 miles long. That's enough to make a few spools f cotton at 5 cents each The navigation of tho Trinity river from Pallas towards the s. Is taking oo the form ot a. certainty. Work Is mow ou le earnest looking to that end. Cotton S cent & pound. Pork 14 cent a pound. That about U dit to rv tux today luvd the Utter ea4er raUod than the former plant hogs. Tho season Juet closed at Saratoga is reported as havimg bow a gieat two fur arvmbler.. We should think, co. for SaratttfRi chip km to be In demand all over the country. Ughta!; struck a negro church at lUsuttMOHt while a fuaeml wu la prea rtma, InstaaUy killing two wrn and tiltiHikluK a number of other. "Never put off 'till tomorrow what yon eaa do today" la i good old saying and t Ilium It enhaucea effecUvoiios. It Is very likely that the miners will rotuse to accept the proffered ar bitration busliieee ot the operators. Tho fact that tho operators do Hot recognise united hbor Js plenty. Unlttsl labor wilt win ovrywhoro It tand Mnitod. for It yields tho power la the fend. Vrorociy vahM. m mo faroraU cd a, MWMkU asov sav KM jtK ilXwrlor ac4. o Um coaunry oao will AsmI rrtac gaW aod tiff vrkw fc trios to turoa. Kvwyfootor Arhort a sooj &s poM a4 iu BtarWt ajw W Mcfc Um koUw for w to coao. Ante k m Wactelag to jcrow. Ttte Mc Hn-s W sutd tao aTwrajw sot- Is robaUUteg W trajvw A MwtkM of tW fW 1 stltt horo. TW cMftorom iT ako VNLrM4 moeo, aj4 M$yil Uelr hM4ay; Uup r v lawkss tiowa to tkotr i&eer tt4tM la a, nts fitxjoa. xa4 ta orW it itsual DUILDINQ COTTON MILLS. Arkntisna raised last y-ar 8ao,iH)0 balea nt cotton. Its mill coiisumod only 2.4M Iwlea. The wide dlfferenco betwoan the number of bales ml soil and the number consumed by mills hns net tho Arkansas Oa -tie to mnk lug nn Inquiry with nn Itu Mnntlon to wnrd tho encorn-emunt o. .IH build. lug In the state. It hns obtalnwl ex prMslons of opinion from t: " cotton men ot Little Hock, nnd two f thetie, while not nt;roolnK. nro vnluable In rellootliiB conditions which hnvr mir roiinilwl the toxtllo Industry In ether pnrts of tho South. Mr. Cluorgo H. llrown. secrotnry of the l.lttlo Hock Hoard of Trade, who Is organising n compnny to establish n $100,000 mill nt l.lttlo Hock, tnkos the prnnnd thnl tho stnto has every natural adrnntngo for cotton manufacturing; that tho la bor may be had with ensn; thut much Is lost In shipping raw cotton awny nnd buying it back In finished form, niul that when tho few mills that nro now In operation hnvo proved them selves successful during the next few years, thoro will be on anormouk in crease In tho number of mills In the stnte. Ho would take tlmo by the forelock and provide a technical school for the training of youiiKmen nnd women for mill business, and lie believe thnt such a school would go far to arouse Interest In the Industry. Ou the other hand. Mr. H. II. Morris. also n member ot the lloe.nl ot Trode, believes thnt the prtnolpal cnuso why mills have not multiplied Is that Ar kansas Is practically n new stnto ami therefore there are many Industries to be developed which pay greater divi dends on tho Investment than do cot ton mills. He iHStnncea cotton seed oil mills tmylng from IS to 50 percent as n dlvMend. the In tuber trade and mining and ngttlnst them sets the cot ton mills, wnero the margin of ex- pens must lie cut close, and where the material used represents only 16 per cent of the total cost. He says that In Arkansas there nro not enough of the class of whites to furnish opera tive for the mill as there aro in the Carolina and In the Eastern state. Commenting oa theoe statements the Manufacturers' Record sensibly re marks: "In the main both of tbeso views are correct, however contradictory they may appear at flrst glance. It is doubtful that the experience of quick and large galna made la the earl' days of the cotton manufacturing Industry In the IModwont ronton ot the South may be duplicated anywhere In the country. Conditions were unique and In the comparative absence of such op portunities for Investments In other directions as those now enjoyed by Arkauims, the rise of successful cot ton mills in Oeoriria and the Caro lina was a logical necessity. Still, even Arkansas' mineral. Umber and cotton oil opportunities hare their lim itations, and as they expand they must necessarily attract a steadily In creasing population to the South. With that increase will come the op portunity and the moans, it not the economic necoesltjv'for nn expansion ot the textile Industry there and the mills built now and conservatively wAB&ged must reap the cream of the rosult. With New Bngland ami Car oltataa capital uniting in establish ing an Immense cotton mill near Kan sas City. It wouht seem that Arkansas may hardly afford to defer to a more eoavealeat seaeom plans for carrying K safely but steadily the policy of raising cotton mills am-jatg the cotton blooms.' The Ardmorette has Mrlsed all along Uut the sale of bonds of the tlty be not amrrtedly concluded. Ard- OBy la as good as any other town" money and will bring just as much on the markets. True, we ad mit. Urn city's preeent financial prese ure for funds to meet small obliga tions, at the same time we know. and every member of the cky council knows, and from very recent experi ence, too. that all the hnmndtau cas Ardmore needs, a few thousand doi hr. can be obtained right here nt Ardmore. Sell the bonds, but h eemtn you nave obtained the limit for their vain. The cotton mm ta the SonU are now tornUng a combine. Serea of tnem naee tA$nd an ajaeoanent te nter Qw Sontnern TextO rnmjiiu. an octone recently create. Twenty-two vUtage In Micedeau are an cnsnnlete revolt, and k Is repott ed Uut natf a battalion of Tors troop have been UkarfnikMed by to iasrgent. TnatV ton on tne Tort box some of ant own maoUctee a a. htm soon. Tmvat ottttii wu i isi4 nt naOJnc isood UMir eeenne wUn Jam Unrbinss the aere mnrderer of tne Mlccs turn- ttj. from the benn of x nV vns UOred for at btvL fir safetr t Odlctrj tacos; tnetr prtse&M-. tbe crime, so to Kw& j imMtz. tUry. i4 cseuty eistvitsed ti men. Cxpsta: u tW ociT iras fonsxtSa for a Vesisss ira. 4,4,,H, ,fr 4' J4,,J, ,l NEWS OVER 'PHONE. Ran. Several from tlilB plnco are attend ing the Onlnosvllto street fnlr. Will Illnckbtirn wont to Dnlnecvllle today. Dr. llernnnl In roportod ns being unite sick. Thnckervllc. About soventy-flve peopla from this plnco went to Gainesville today to see Hlngllng Uros.' show. Durneyvllle. J. I Klrkpntrick sold 101 bnles of cotton yostonlny to Leo Martin of Marietta at 7.7S. A targe crowd of our aiilteiis Is at tending the flnlnoavlllo street fnlr .to day. Anothor crowd will sta Friday. Woodford. W. A. Jolley hns oponod up a new stock iff grocorlon nt bis place. J. A. Urltton Is liorw from Dixie. Elk. Walkor Jackson nnd brldo are hore from Foster visiting relatives and frlomla. Hev. Allen, a minister of the Meth odist church, has moved hore from Olenu. Mrs. Conway in oxpooted here to night from Texns to visit her mother at this place. Graham J. F. Cheshire nnd wife ore visiting hero from Mill Creek. ('.. M. Haddock left today for his fu ture homo at Hastings, Ok.' Springer. Tho workmen hnvo returned from Ardmore where they went to see the circus and work wns resumed this morning on our school building. T. H. DtClnrmo8 gin la crowded with cotton today. Ravta. Sam Hays Is hero today from Hus set. The streets are crowded with cotton which Is coming in rapidly. Miss Taralie Welch left Monday for California. She was Joined at Chandler. Ok., by Miss Mamie Dodd of that place. The two young ladles will spend the wiuter in California. Provenoe. In shooting at n bird with a target gun yesterday P. Hldens of this place nhot W. H. Draper of Durwood. who wns passing along the road upon a toad of lumber. In the buck-. Inflicting a slight wound. Durwood. A large crowd from hero attended the circus at Ardmore yesterday. Mrs. D. P. Klch of MannsviHe Is here vlsiUng Mrs. H. D. Argo. Two Killed at Dallas. Two men were killed on the Cotton Belt In Dallas yesterday and almost at the same place. One was struck by a construction train, the other had fallen from a trestle. Wanted to See the Soldiers, All the world knows a woman's fondness for uniforms, nnd when the soldiers march through town every other woman and every ImpreJsIon able girl stands on the top stop of ec staey. The girls over at Tuskahoma heard that the soldiers were coming to the town. The gtrls out at the Tuska homa national school also heard about It. and when Saturday afternoon oaae scores of them were at the de pot awaiting the arrival of the four coach loads of soldiers from Fort Reno. The soldiers came. The gal lant Major Starr stepped from the train and ordered the soldiers. ISO of tnem. to disembark, and they did. but alas and , instead of lSd white men there were ISO negroes. The disappointment erueL It was awful, and Urn teachers and the other girls all left, but none of tnem will say today that they went to see tne soldiers Phoenix. Tne Ardmorette wOl give a bwsi aees scboUnhlp. In the Southwestern lmiteees University of Oknbema City. FKJnt to the boy or ptrt. young man or young hniv sendlnr la tk tirt- nt of annual snbscribers to Um HTMCKLY ARDMORBfTE by the first y of December. 1J02. This Is aa ewrtnstty rxroty offered, aad ejpe esaOj under snca liberal cesditJeas. nr as a further tawseat rrr eectettast wfco enters foe the prixe reeetv-e a commit jinn of is .-t ct anils collected. Begin cow If yen mean aan$; the time is sioct tne cjMmunitr of roar Mr k Cored yet Ten cannot iSoni to n. roc y jar notntu; to lest. Samnte conies wffl be tucxiib! pon i pe.swxa TW one tne Bccesary bUit aad Veffc weri: teiir. YUat Bsttt BiMwfet carriare d 7ircs.cK lee the rcMlhle swt pi n. Bh sd fct tie coil war tixz.i fectia to iey ti- s4kicUas, whBe tic Hcrs c4 aM&tai4ca cclystard usee tUvtr. REYNOLS-YELLDELL CASE. The Old Man Will Oe Bound Over. Much Interest. Tits mornliiR the ense against old limn 11. A. Reynolds, cbaraed with statutory rape on the person of Hat tie Yelldoll, came up before Commis sioner Hobnott. Tho gltl swore thnt the entire trou ble, wns attributable to .Mr. Reynold, and no one olso nt nil. A G-yonr-old sister was put on the stand nnd said she sow them together. Tho defense Introduced somo wit nossos who said tho girl's conduct wns very queer, when certain boys wore nround. From the evldenco ndducotl the commissioner will probably hold the old man subject to the notion of the grand Jury. The jury In the higher court may take another view of It. You'll find ovorythlng to hardwarj and tlnwaro at NODLE DROS Judge Gait hnd a rogtilnr matinee today. Five pnrtlos woro up for vnrl oiib offensos. and nil ploaded guilty, tholr fines aggregating $01.60. A MAN'S BLUSHES.'' Hp "Will rtr Hip llr.l SlKi.nt Mare llulcLI- Tlinn it VVuinnn. "If there Is any one thing thnt makes me want to get up and talk right out In meeting It Is to hear 'It said of n man that 'he blushes llko n womnti,' " said tho social philosopher to n repre sentative of the Now York Times. "How women ever gained the repu tation of having run up n corner In blushes Is beyond my comprehension. The report does her a grave Injustice, for ns a matter of fact she not only hns no monoioly In blushes, but docs not mnko use of the slwro that properly belongs to her. There nro some wo men, of course, who blush if you oven blink an eyelid in their direction, but ns a general thing men blush much more readily aud more violently than .women. "TLIs is not a random statement that I am making for the purpose of hear ing myself talk, bot a sober deduction founded on careful observation. For years I have made it a point to stody the sexes in moments of embarrass ment, ami the statistics I have Jotted down prove that In nluo cases out of ton the average man will fly the red signal of distress much more quickly than the average woman. This holds good In nil sorts ot situations. "Crack Joko at a man's expense, he blushes; plj him with awkward questions, ho blushes; subject hltn to some humiliation or let some ludicrous accident befall httu In public, ami be straightway rivals tho boiled lobster In hue. A woman may redden slightly undr the same circumstances, but her blush Is diluted and perfunctory com pared with the brilliant, sunlit glow that suffuses the countenance ot man. "I don't attempt to explain the phe nomenonphysiologists and moralists may do that If they can but merely give the facts for what they are worth in the hope that the next time a story writer lias a crop of blushes to dispose of ho will ring a few changes on the old phrase that has done duty for gen erations and say of the heroine that she 'blushed like a man.'" FIRE ALARM BOXES. The System In Xw York and Ilovr It I Operated. Greater New York Is thickly studded With lamppost fire alarm boxes. The directions on each box, which Is paint ed. rwl and Is surmounted at night by a ml light, arc: Turn handle to right until door opens; then pull Inside hook once and shut the door. The opening of the box rings a large bell la the door, which alarm Is Intended to notify any one In the neighborhood, especially the nearest policeman, that the tox has been opened. The policeman will then make sure that this was not dose oat ot mischief by some one who wanted to see the engines arrive or. as recenUy haj. jned, by a raw mahlserraat who wanted to mail a letter. When the In side lever Is pulled down aad let go. It sets In moUon a certain clockwork that ticks out the number of Use box three times in soccer ton at headquarters la Slxt seveaUi street. Not only that, bet it makes a recant anon a tape, saowinc the Bomber of the box and the exact second at which the lever was palled. A derk wbo sits night aad day be side Use beadqaartars fasetramint notes the umber aad selects from a drawer a certain disk which when Inserted la Use proper apparatns causes the aktra to be raau; la Um station nouses of the district In which that Orefcex is situat ed. The average ttae repaired to se lect tads disk aad send oat the alarm Is tea seasadX There are always two clerks aad sonte'iases three la this de partment. Not a word Is spoken. An outsider would hardly knew tnst an antra is sotng out. In order to preTenC SOTsral x terms cesnia; at the same ttsne from people wbo tee the same fire and ran te dICerent boxes oe two actenbortn; taxcj are os the sitae ctr-csit.-Scrsbaer'. His Life In PeriL 1 Jnsi seaed to nave goae all ta writes Alfred Bee of Welfare. Tex "Xlttoeiresi aad a "ise bacX hjuf side nfe a bnrdea.. 1 coatd&t eat or sleep aad felt alaojt too worn out to work, when I bean to ea Elric Bitteri but they worked wca ders. Now I steep Hie a toy. cos eat aaythlsf. iav gassed la strength art eoy bird work." Tbey stre Ttscr otu a4 bw rife to wealL sickly rss. dowa jeo?l. Try thtn. Ozly sssi at the City Drag Stare. DAILY MAflKfcT HEPORT3. Grain, Produce, Llv. Stock and Other Quotations, LOCAL MAHKETS. (ny Porter Staples.) Tho following nro ttio prevailing prlcos pnld for produce today: Wheat No. 2, 70c; No. 3, C5c. Oats 40c to tCo. Hay IC.50 to $8.00. Corn ROc to COc. Sweet potatoos 75c t'. $1.00 por bushel. Irish potntoos SCc por bu. Poultry, ((liy William Newman.) Ducks Per dozen $2.00 Hens Per doien $2.50. ' Frying chickens $1.50 to $3.00. Eggh Por dozen 15c. llutter 20 to 25c per pound. Turkoys Gross, 5c. Geoso Full-foathered, per dozen $3.504.50. Live Stock. (By Cold Storage Market) Fat cows, gTOSs cwt $2.25 Fat calves $3.00 to $5.00 Fat sheep, per head. .. .$2.00 to $3.00 Fnt hogs (gross) 100 'bs $6.50 to $C00 Wood Por cord, $2 to $2.50. Coal (by Weeks Bros.) $3.50 ton. Fruits. (By E. B. Pugh.) Native npplos, per bu $1.00 Natlvo peaches $1.00.01.50 Penrs $1.00 Cabbage, por lb 2i 'eanuts 4 Pecans 4 Cotton Market. The cotton market opened easy this morning and closed firm. During the day cotton sold for 7.S7H- Seed cot ton 2.70. Couch sesM $14. The re ceipt for the day are about 240 bales. CATTLE BARONS' NEW PLAN. Using "Army Widows" to Get Posses- sion of Grazing Lands. Washington, Oct. 14. The cattle barons have evolved a new scheme to get possession of the grating lands of the country. Falling to get a grat ing hill passed at the last seeeion ot congress, aad being defeated in their efforts to continue their fences on public domain, they are now making an effort to secure posceeeion of large tracts of lands In the Western states and have called a large number of "army widows" to their aid. Atten tion of the interior deportment offi cials wss called to the situation by re ports showing that women claiming to be the widows of soldiers were mak ing homestead entries upon lands in Wyoming. Nebraska, Montana and other grating states. Ordinarily there is nothing unusual In the fact that the widow of a soldier desires to take up a homestead, but when they be gan arriving at Western land offlce towns by train loads, hundreds ot them in one company, the land office officials become suspicious. As In vestigation conducted by agents ot Interior department showed that near ly all of these women were in the em ploye of cattle companies and had been engaged to take up homesteads, with a view of selling them to the cat tle companies. There are several hundred of these eases and the In terior department will cause an In vestigation of every claim before a UUe will be Isened to the home steader. Reports made to the general land office show that all over the Western country the cattle men have been hir ing cowboys and others to ale home stead claims, and. as rapidly as final proof has been made upon tnem, they pas into tne pom eastern of the cattle companies aad are prompUy fenced up. That cneme has been working for some tine, bat the army widow proeeestJon Is a aew one. The de partment wUl enneavor. by Use most ritid isrvectlfation of each case, to prevent any fraud ta the operation of the homestead law. la order that the public doeaaJa may be preserved for actnal settlers. Suspends Certain Land Sales. The agent of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians at DarUngton has given out a statement relatlvo to in herited Indian lands as follows: 'Under date of September SO. l?t, the Indian ofice informed me that the depart asect. under date of September J. 1S. had advised that It had under raaideratioa a zaodiAcatioa of the relet aad regulations approved Aug ust for the sale of Inherited ladaan Uads. under provtsleas of May 27. 1S. tli statutes. SI) looking for the sale thereof under a system of eempeUUve btddtnr or public off wine. aad directing that all Indian agents aad eu.r oScials having such lands esder their care, the sale of which 1 coateaptated by the heirs, to suspend aa aetica thereoa til farther advice." They don't sell knock-out drop on the base ball groasd. WANT COLUMN. Advertisements under this hraj he received nt tho rate oi ,ivr (4 cents por line. No n-lvi iti-,..-iei rcelvod for less than lift.tu t cents. Special monthly IB,,V f . nlBhed on nppllcntlon. Tin- notif! may contain nny matter of "Lost "Found," "For Kent," "For Sale "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpo without display lines. ) ! . I WANThD. 7 WANTED Housekeeper to cookiu look after three children. Lg( work. Call at Mrs. Mary William? 6th avenue, N. W. between Wasf ington nnd A street, or address Bci 153. 14-Gt. SALESMEN WANTED To look i tor our Intorosts In tho Chlckasa Nation nnd ndjaccnt countrle Salary or commission. Addresi Tho Victor Oil company, Cleveland Ohio. 1 MEN Our Illustrated catalogue er plains how we teach bnrber trad: in short time, mailed free. Mole Barber College, St. LouIb, Mo, 9-c WANTED Second-hand bran sacW 8-tf. WHITEMAN BROS. I t-UR RENT. i FOB, KENT Two rooms furnlnhei for light housekeeping, or for gei tleraen. Apply P. O. Box 432 12-t? FOB BENT Threo nicely furnish rooms, close In, on Brjadway, oil block from flro station. Mrs. Cros 2G-tf. ', FOR SALE. FOB SALE Good span of mules, years old. H. T. KIrby, Nob!- bldpj FOB SALE Oil LEASE A good JoJ offlce in Ardmore on reasnnabl' terms. Young & Drew, in Nobkv Bros', building. 7-tf. ' For Sale, 500 heating stoves at od half price at Mason's. 121m. FOR SALE Bois d are posts. E. Hj Crim, at Hammond Packing Coe' pany. 14-lm. MISCELLANEOUS . Any one desiring tho services of t trained nurso should call or addres Miss Kendall, F street and Cth avenue S. W. 17-lm FOUND. FOUND On Washington street ' dark gray tailor-made skirt, rolle In newspaper. Owner can get san, by calling at Burton's Dye Worti 14-tf. FOR SALE. One six-horse horizontal engine an boiler. Ono six-horse upright engine an boiler. One eight-horse engine, upright. One twonty-horse Ames engln horizontal. Also two boiler feed pumps. One twenty-five horse power Atla fire box boiler with twenty hon power Watertown engine, all cod plete. These engines and pumps have a Just been rebuilt and are in flrst-claf condiUon and will be sold very chea; ROBERSON MACHINERY CO.. 15-d&wtf. Broadway stree STAR ROUTE MAIL LINES. Ardmore to Ravia. Leave Ardmore 7;00 a. c Arrive Provence 9;00 a. c " Durwood 10:10 a. n " Earl .11:20 a. n " MaanBvIllo 1:30 p. n " Norton s.-oo p. e " Ravia 4:00 p. k Leave dally oxcopt Sunday. Ardmore to Maaill. Leave Ard more 7;oo a. c Arrive Hoxbar ...........19:30 a. c " Wilson 15:00 m., " McMillan 2:00 p. c " Tyler 3:00 p. n M Weavorton 4:60 p. c " Oakland 5:30 p. n " Madlll 6:00 p. c Leave dally except Sunday. Ardmore to Heirtan. Leave ArUmoro 6:30 a. it Armo ixme Groe...,,...S:3f a. n " Hewitt 10:30 a. n Hcaldton ij:S0 p. Leave dally except Suaday. Ardmore to Simon. Loave Ardmore .....6:30 a. n Arrive Rrock S:30 a. n Chee ie:00 a. E " Simon ..... . U:S0 p. n I-eava dally except Sunday. Star Route malls ckwe prompt fca leaving time, Mrs. Lee Tmeloye, Public Stenographer. OSc ta lValBtv sx BIMr. All wxttk promptly aad aeco rately done.