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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
. 8IDNBV 8UGQS, Proprietor. Entered nt the Postomco at Ardmoro ns Second-class Mali Muttor Novombor 2, 1803. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Ti-n nl. ...i. tlu Ono month DO Ono year .$5.00 Ti,n OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of tho United States Court for tho Southern District Indlnn Territory; also for tho Chlcknsaw Stock Association of tho Indian Territory, nnd tho official organ of tho city. TIME TABLE. Gulf, Colorado &. 8anta Fe Railway. (Southbound) Galveston & Chicago Exp...3:40n.m. Clcburno & K .0. Exp 4:20 p.m. (Northbound) aalvcaton & Chicago Exp..l2:3D o,ra. Clcburno & K. C. Exp 11:33 a.m. W. A. DAS1IIELL, Ticket Agent. All United States malls closo 30 minutes prior to train time. DAVID HEDFIELD. P. M. Terms of United States Court. At Chlckosha BeglnB Monday. Sep tember 29. 1902, nnd Monday, Febru ary 10, 1903, and continue In sosslon two weeks. . . , At Ryan lloglna Monday, October 13, 1902, and Monday, March 2, 1903, nnd contlnuos In snslon ton days. At Purcoll Begins Thursday, Octo ber 23, 1902, and Thursday, March 12, 1903, and continues In session ton days. At Pauls Valley Deglns Monday, Novombor 3 1902, nnd Monday, March 23, 1903, nnd continues In session four weeks. At Ada Begins Mondny, Dccembor 1, 1902, nnd Monday, April 20, 1903, nnd continues In seslon ono week. At Tishomingo UcglnB Monday, Do comber 8, 1902, nnd Monday, April 27, 1903, nnd contlnuos In sosslon ono week. At Ardmoro noglns Monday, De cember 15, 1902, and Monday .May 4, 1903, and contlnuos In sosslon eight weeks or longer. Any erroneous reflection upon tho chnrneter or roputntion of nny por tion which may bo printed In tho Aril moroltc, or nny nrtlcle bosetl on re ports thnt nro fnlso will bo gladly cor rected It brought to the attention of tho publlshor. .5. .j. .;. .j. .;. .;. .j. .;. .;. .J. . Uso tho Long-Dlstnnco Telephone nnd cnll up PHONE NO. G, If you want tho Ardmorolto. 4. 4. . .;. .1. .j. .5. -J. -J. Ardmore, Monday, Nov. 3. An exohango romnrks tho rooster Is crowing over tho best ticket over pre sented to bo voted on this year. He stopped right thoro nnd novor said a word about tho rooster which will do tho crowlns Wednesday morning. These rains will ngnln ralso tho cry of bad roads. Thoy also show In languago plainer than words can tell tho needs of street work In Ardmoro. Naturally located on a high point, Burfaco wator should not bo allowed to remain on our streets. Look at thorn today. A stranger to our city would think wo lived In a hollow surrounded hj hills. A careful working of Ard moro's Btrects on a scientific plan would give us tho finest nnd dryest streets In any town In tho Territory. Ixrt the council tako nctlon today. MILBURN. Sneclal Correspondence unburn, I. T., Nov. 1. J. B. White, nn architect of Conlgato, was In town tho first of tho week gottlng up plans for two now bricks to ho erected north or tho bnnk by tho Mllburn Mercantile company, nnd another firm, work on which Is to boglng ns soon ns tho brick can bo plncod on tho ground, it Is now almost a cortnlnty thnt flvo In stead of two will bo built In the block of bricks. O. L. Byrno nnd W. O. Bnkor, mem hers of tho Chickasaw Lumber coni' pnny of Ardmore, woro horo the first of tho wool; nnd docldod to put In n runmmoth stock of lumber nt this place at once. Cotton litia boon coming in nt n pretty lively rato considering tho late ness of tho 008011. M. D. Sowell of Durant was In town yestorday looking attor tho organlza tlon of another bank at this place of which ho will probably bo president, Lodbcttor & Bledeoo of Ardmoro havo decided to erect brick buildings on tholr lots nt once. Cnico & Cruco of Ardmoro nlso havo valuable, lots horo on which thoy contemplate erecting bricks nt nn early date. Mr. Dopow, who purchased business property horo somo tlrao since, arrived horo last evening nnd will Improvo his lots. Profeseor Williams, formerly of Dal las, who has beon omploycd In tho school at this place, Is meeting with success, nnd It Is thought will havo nn attendance of 150 by the end of next month. W. H. Harrison has been appointed postmaster, vlco W. 11. McholB, re signed. The Choctaw Railroad company has been Improving tho, already spacious station groundB at .this' place the past week. OUR WALL STREET LETTER. (By W. O. Nlrholnn.) To tho Ardmorelte: Now York, Nov .1. Pre-olBctlon paralysis nflllctml Wnll strel for tin grantor part of tho wook. Dullness In tho stock market Is tho rule during tho woek preceding Important oloc- tionB. There Is always romo l&suo being fought over which cause dls- turbnnco and uneasiness wrong hold ers of sccurltlos and which to n gront- or or loss dogrco affect vain Tho alleged came of dlcu!ot this year Is tho thought thnt a .umooratlc majority In tho noxt congross may Inspire all manner of investigations nnd nctlon tondlng to disturb the bmlness of the grcnter Industrlnl combines nnd shnko gonornl confidence. It Is iiotlcoablo that many leading republicans In tho flnnnclai district moro or less Identified with combine of various sorts have been changing their nttltude during last fow days. At tho beginning of the campaign thoy woro Indlfforonl and fin- ally openly hostllo to the republican organisation becauso of platform declarations and utterances by Presi dent Iloosevolt nnd othors looking to shnrpor regulations of trusts. Tho vc homenco of the democrnts along the same linos seems to havo driven back Into tho republican camp many of thoso discontented ones nnd at this writing loss is heard of rovolt. It Is oven said that many eleventh hour and long dolayod contributions to tho re publican campaign fund have turned up at headquartors. Tho rich men who aro thus reversing thomselvo.i tnko tho ground that whllo thoy are rosontful of the anti-trust attitude of tho ropubllcan leaders thoy aro put In n position of choosing botween two ovlls nnd ns n lesser of tho two go back to tho republican party. Thero Is considerable of this tnlk going on In tho back 0 dices of the financial dis trict. AVhat bearing It may have on the result Is (indeterminate nt this Juncture. There Is sufficient uncertainty over the verdict of the ballot box next Tuesday to lend decided Interest In Wnll street to the lust days of the campaign. According to accepted theories hereabouts the result Is de P'rtdent almost entirely upon the ex tout to which apathy and dissatisfac tion will keep republican voter nwny from the polls. Tho professionals expect to retain control of tho stock market within narrow limits until after tho election. Thoy havo not nttompted latterly to swing things nnd havo boon content with scalping opuratlons, tnklng prof its on tho minor Hurries, back nnd forth. Tho last six wooks developed milto nn Important boar party In tho market, but it seuniB disinclined Just now1 to tako tho risk of enlarging its commitments on tho Boiling sldo nnd Is content to stnnd pnt on accounts ns they stnnd. Persistent gossip connects tho namo of Andrew Carnoglo with tho Goulds nnd nockefellcrs in their plans to en ter tho Eastern field of transportation against tho Vanderbllt nnd Cassatt (combines (N. Y. Central and PonnByl- vnnla). Thero Is no way of ascer taining tho extent to which Mr. Carno glo Is nsBodated with tho Goulds and Rockefellers, but thero Is apparently BubBtantlal baBls for tho claim that ho is financially Interested with them on n largo scale. It Is no secret that ho bears tho Pennsylvania railroad a grudge, and It Is nlso no secret that It la a Carnoglo characteristic to feed liia grudgos. Ho has oven beon known to bo gluttonous in tho fooding, it history is correctoly quoted. It has gono Into fixed bollofs hereabouts thnt It was through Mr. Carnegie that Gould's stops woro first directed Into Pittsburg and thnt he had tho financial backing of tho gront Iron master In thnt enterprise. That Mr. Carnegie should havo ttoppod his support at that point consldorod oxtromoly lm probablo. Nothing would BUlt Mr. Carnoglo better than to havo n well organliod opposition to tho Pennsyl vania system which would glvo to tho manufacturing Intorosts of Wostorn Pennsylvania nnd Eastorn Ohio a bet tor outlet to tldowator for tholr goods. To tho obsorver on tho back Beat It would look ns though tho giants of transportation woro getting rendy for a spectacular fight ono of these days. It is not likely to come, howovor, so long ns nil tho railroads of tbo coun try havo moro business than they can handle Naturally, tho struggle will bo Inaugurated in a contest for tho di vision of tho spoils of truffle ,a dny which BeoniB long distant. So far ns can bo obsorved tho clam or for "more money with which to do tho business of tho country" does not omnnato from tho strictly banking quarter. Tho money lenders nro not nnxlous to Increase tho supply of tho goods In which they deal, but several very influential speculators aroTlgor ousiy'lnslstlng that tho country U badly4jn. need of increased Btockiof the circulating medium and that it Is In danger of being choked to death for tho lack of it. in tlinwi of cjxtrnordln- nry biHiusH activity. : Muoh talk l being liiclulK d In her(lK)n6 relative to lrnpondltiK congressional action for n currency with moro element of elasticity to It than is imw enjoyed. Inasmuch ns tho next scmkIou of con gross will only continue for ninety days, barely time far the patae of nppropriatlon bills nnd other routine mnttor, It mny bo put down ns ex- trcmoly Improbnblo that legislation nt tho kind predicted can bo had. A Mrlnic to It. Bridget and Nornh Murphy, fresh from Ellis Island, had set out to mako their "return culls" on their cousins, tho McGoolignns, nt service in an aris tocratic part of tho city. l'ion nrrlv Ing nt tbo house, iuwtcnd of being con fronted by tho usunl bell knob, nothing but n sttngy, menu apology of n knob In tho shape of n little black button met them. Bridget got hold of the but ton nnd gnvo It n pull, but her lingers slipped before thero was nny nudlblo ring from within. Agnln nnd ngaln sho tried with the same result, until sho turned tho Job over to "Nonle." Then tho latter ynnked nnd twisted without success, until both stood on tho land ing piling helplessly nt each other. Then light came unto Bridget. "I'll tell you phwat It la," sho said. "They're plnyln tb Joko on us fur greenhorns nn th devils nro within houldln' th' shtrlngl"-New York Trib une The lilac of the Sapphire. Tho bluo of tbo .snpphlro is seldom pure or spread over tho wbolo sub stance of the stone. Sometimes it Is mixed with black, which gives It nn Inky appearance; sometimes with red, which, although Imperceptible by day light, yet by nrtltlcinl light gives it nn amethystine nppearance. Two sap phires which by dnyllght mny appear of the same hue often differ extremely in color nt night, It tbo stone bo held In an ordinnry pair of forceps an Inch beneath tho surface of very clear wa ter, tho parts of Uic stone colored and uucolorcd will bo distinctly apparent. This remark applies to all other gems. UrnlUtlr. The Landscape Painter Don't you know, I'm quite n renllst Tho Animal Painter (sarcastically) Well, welll Who'd have thought It? Tho Landscape Painter I'uct, I as sure you. 1 always smoke when I'm painting n hazy atmosphere. I'nlnful Cnac. Mrs. Itubba How's Sirs. Chntlcr this morning, doctor? Doctor Suffering terribly. Mrs. Rubbn What, with only n slight throat affection? Doctor Yes, but sho cnu't speak. Chlcngo News. The I.I 111 It. Worthless Husband Going to leave me, nro you, Moll? Didn't you tnko me for better or worse? Long Suffering Wife Yes, but you nrc absolutely the worst I didn't tnko ou for thnt. Chlcngo Trlbuue. A person who would Btenl an um brolla on a clear day 1b naturally de praved. Tho moro education some men ac- qulro the loss nble they seem to mnke n living. Fine fenthercs mny not mnke fino birds but nny woman will tell you It's different with hats. Tho Ardmorolto will give a busi ness scholarship, In the Southwestern Easiness University of Oklahoma City, FREE to tho boy or girl, young man or young lady sending In tho largest list of annual subscribers to tho WEEKLY ARDMOREITE by tbo first day of Dccembor, 1902. This la on opportunity rarely offorod, nnd espe cially undor such liberal conditions, for as a furthor Inducement every contestant who enters for tho prlzo recolvos a commission of 15 centB on every dollar collected. Begin now If you mean business; the time Is short nnd tho opportunity of your llfo Is offorod you. You cannot nfford to wait, for you havo nothing to loso. Samplo copies will be furnished upon application. Fill out tho necessary blank and bogln work today. For Rent. Seventy-flvQ acres of land surround ed by 1000 acres of grass. Seo Mllll gafBros., Wiley, I. T., or John F. Mil llgan, Viola, I. T. 13-20t. "A Bunch of Keys," "A Bunch of Keys," which Qua Bothnor will present at tho opera house on Monday, Nov. 3, brings be foro our mind's eyo tho Keys family, tho Hoydenlsh "Teddy," tho captivat ing Dolly, tholr vivacious sisters, "Snaggs," tho country landlord, tho ngllo Grimes and all tho rest, tho swot! ion, where gentlemen's shirt walsta aro not barred, nnd whero everybody from tho corset drummers to tho festive grnngor can secure square meals, a front room with south ern exposure and all modern conven ience at your own figures. Everything this season Is grand new and up-to-dato, and n Jolly night with moro fun than you can shako a stick at is as Burcd. Leave bus and carrlag calls at City Livery Stable. Phono 27. 1Mb TB'.'CATHEY. HISTORIC STAGECOACH. I'rcivn eel In the I'oxlnl Munruiii nt tin- Nuttonnl 1 npltnl. One of the numt Inii-ruMlng relics of obsolete postnl service to bo seen nt tho muietim In Wnshlueton, says the Washington Pot, Is mi old time Rocky Mountain combination imwnerr nnd mnll coach, built tu 1S1S. This waH nmong the first of Its kind to carry tho mails In Mnnthiin, the route of this par ticular conch being from Heleiin to Bozemnn, the trip consuming n week. Tho residents ntuni: tho sumo section now receive four malls daily. Tho conch wns donated to the museum by 8. S. Huntley, general manager of the Yellowstone Park Transportation com pany. It wns enptureel by Indians in 1877 nnd reenptured after n hot pur suit by Geneml Howard. Mnny dis tinguished persons hnvo trnvcled In it, nmong them being General Qarfleld, be fore he wns president; President Ar thur, on n visit to Montana In 18S3, nnd Gcncrnl Slicrmnn, 011 n tour of In spection In 1S77. Tho lnttcr wns a pas senger when the conch made the dis tance from Fort Ellin to Helena, 103 miles, In eight hours, sis horses being the team, w ith frequent rclnys. This antiquated ntTair on wheels is the slmon pure, typical sti?ecoarh of tho Bcndlo dime novel. The Jnmcs brothers nnd tho Fords mny hnvo en riched themselves by looting this Iden tical relic of tho west. Thero nro a front nnd rear boot, the former, under the driver's seat, being t'10 repository of Undo Sam's mall bags, the rear boot serving to carry baggage. Heavy leather springs and iron tlrca to tho wheels half nn Inch thick cnnbled the vehicle to withstand the rough usago to which It wns subjected. With a ca pacity Inside for nine people, others riding on top and bcsldo the driver, with slots In tho sides of tho conch through which rifles could bo nlmed, It seemed evident thnt n knight of tho rond had to be of reckless mold to tackle one of these onco a week "ex presses." POULTRY POINTERS. Never glvo poultry wnter In tho morn ing before feeding. All tho stimulants breeding fowls need Is wholesome food nnd drink in proper quantities. To fatten tho cockerels rnpidiy, con flno thorn In close quarters nnd feed cornmenl cooked In milk. Short legged fowls fatten quickly. Long legs nro hard to fatten. Thoso first hatched fnttcn quickest In n brood. Fowla seldom tire of milk. They mny eat too much grain or meat, but milk In nny form Is pnlntablo ami healthy. Tho roosting poles should bo on n level with each other. This will pre vent the fowls nil trying to roost on tho top perch. A fowl or nnlmnl In which an excel lence Is constitutional Is apt to trans mit nil this excellence In nil the de veloped power nnd beauty to Its prog eny. In selecting for breeding the pullet should bo at least a year younger than tbo cock. This will conduco to tho strength nnd good health of the off spring. Add mnterlnlly to your pleasures during tho hunting season by using ono of our guns WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. FOUR DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES They Dure All CURABLE CHRONIC DISEASES or Kill tell yon whnt to do to be cured. riles. Fistula t-'lssures, Hernia (nurture1. Ulcerated rectum, Chronlo I'ers, Bkln Oncers, Warts, Moles, Vnrloocele, Hrdrococcle, Cured without an operation and with oat pain. on. J. Drs. Cook & Vick, The Eminoni and Successful Specialists Are now located In the town of Ardmore. I.T. Dont fall tn cvmsnW. Vim If you havo any CHRONIC- DISEASE otl or treatment. There may bo danger In delay. They arc not "transient jukes, uko many, wuo iaKe your moiiey ana are gono rorover; but the havo come to Ardmoro with the Intention of locating nommnontiv n Iimh,1 oiUce and a Sanntarium, In the near For tba nroient ther mil fnnnrt at thn commotHtloni and ample facilities tor DIt, J. w. COOK Is the founder, and for the past elcht years has been one of the nro. PNetorscif the well known Uethida Infirmary and Ilsth House at Martin, Texas, where 'onVt!s hare retrained their health. Dr. Cook has with htm four diplomas one from tne Atlanta Medical Collese, one Irom the New York Post Graduate, one from the Post uraduate of Chicago and one from the Chicago Polyclinic, bealdes several certificates ni'i'iausis unose pnrnie lurmuias ue uas purcnaseu at Treat expense. 1 ? F. if. VICK also holds four diplomas and has had extensive experience tn treat us Chronic Diseases. Don't Kail to It will cost you nothlnc and will, at least, do you no barm, They will plainly and nAnMllrtalliinnh.l tn.lniA .... ullaf v Remember the Doctors make a ptclalty w - - viumuf uiciuvui ui uciiiurni auu riv iptiuu 10 meet ail or those old hopeless cases that othera have failed to cure. ..... """" u,u cissfuhy : by' cSFrespbncleoVe. Fifty Years iiio Standard 9 tfW Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Highest tests U.S. Gov't Chemists Teachers' Examination. A speclnl exnmlnntion for teachers of Choctaw pupils was hold at tho Capital building on Friday and Satur day last. Superintendent Benedict not being ablo to bo present ho was represented by Supervisor Bock, four teen candidates wero examined, of which tho following rocolvcd cortlfl cates: First grade John L. Lung. Second grade W. A. Barr, Laura Carpentor, W. M. Covington, W. T, Hambloton, Lou Hawklngs, J. R. Hen. drlx, V. O. Humphrey, Tlnnlo Wheel, or. Chickasaw Capital. BANNER SALVE tho most healing salvo In tho world fl PiGture Gallerg -OF Such n linndsotne collection of Limoges French Hand Painted China and other Decorated China waB never Eeeu in Ardmore before- A visit hero will bo a revelation to you, WHITE PORCELAIN PRETTY AS CHINA. MAGNIFICENT SHOWING OF BEAUTIFUL LAMPS. Porcelain for Plain Service at about half what others nsk for it. Two Doom Wen CltyNat'l Dak FROM THE LEADIN6 COLLEGES. They Cure All FEMALE IRREGULARITIES, such as Whltos, Painful Menatratlon, Dftcknofion, Headaches, Drspopsln, N'earaltcla, Rheumatism. Many other ilIaoanvH of Ear, None and Throat are cured at Dome, CATAniUI or stomach anu uowein. El ZE M A aud all uioou ana Hkiu dls eases treated sue cessfully. W. COOK. of Chronic Diseases, that hs resisted the ordinary mnt.).'- future, which will be used for treatlnir Tlnnta Tlntpl lw hpr thAv hir ih . treating an ca thnt may come under their Consult Them, of those Obstinate Chronlo Cases that have '"if -uuw""' "'1 o 9 WANT COLlM Kli Advertisements under tln head bo received nt tho rate of flvej cents per lino. No ndvertls.' t rcolvcd for loss than fifteen cents. Special monthly rates ' nlshcd on application. Tho n mny contnln nny matter of "l "Found," "For Rent," "For S "Stolen," "Strnyod," or nny pur without display lines. ' 5 at WANTED. WANTED Men to learn tho bo; . .trade. Rapid advancement by a danco of practice, qualified teacj etc. Inducements to distant a cants. Cataloguo free. Wrlto day. Mohlor Barber Collcgv, I -011 Is, Mo. 3- CI CI TRAVELER WANTED To v country stores. Salary $1 ,000 : year nnd expenses. El Padro d Co., St. Louis, Mo. 2-1 C MANAGER wanted In every l T county; "Gnrno o' Skill" nickel machine for drinks, cigars or ri cy; takes placo of forbidden ' machines, strictly lawful eJ whore, rented or sold on easy j mcnts. Sixty thousand now In Cunningham Furnlturo Co. 11 38, Chicago, 111. -I WANTED A smart youth to sell V. Chlncso Curios. If ho catch m business, ho earn many cash. M Bomo American stamps send me rr. packngo postage. I send sam V free. Zah Sah Moo, Sban 2: China. 31-t WANTED A good cook, man or' man. Apply to Mrs. Sidney Su r 721 Washington street, corner j, 7th avomic, northwosU 31 WANTED To buy a residence; 11) bo cheap. Address box 181, city, 2C-tf. MOLER HARDER COLLEGE, , Louli, Mo., wants men to learn 1 bor tratlo Steady practice, exj Instructions; tools presented, va Saturdays; board Included. Den, - fill Illustrated cataloguo and t tlculars mailed free. 2C-Ci WANTED Several young men v know something of photography travel In tho Interest of my ph. enlarging houso. Seo or write S( Cole, Ardmoro, I. T. 19-lrj r-OR RENT. ' FOR RENT Furnished room, sulta for business man, ono block fr Main street. Apply this office. 1 FOR RENT A flvo room house,) Washington St., three blocks fri Main street. Apply A. F. Jones, g cor. 24-tI FOR RENT Now Singer sowing "i chines. Also havo for salo seco hand sewing machines from $2 Every machlno guaranteed. J. N. MORGAN". At Singer sewing machine offii 19dwlm I FOR SALE. FOR RENT Land for farming. I ply A. D. Chase, P. O. Dox 421, X moro, I. T. 2-tt FOR SALE OR TRADE Forty hd 01 mares, mules nnd colts, wari nnd harness, hay baler, two md crs, buck rako and a sulky r which I will soil cheap or tru for Ardmoro property. 30-1 m. W. II .ROGERS FOR SALE A three-room house at bargain. Apply Ardmorelto offlq zi. FOR SALE Threo pieces of builDfj proporty In a leading Indian Teij tory town, aggregating a value $G,000. Brings annual rent of $12 Never vacant. Addross P. O. uL 272, Ardmoro, I. T. 20-H FOR SALE A good Hlnos carrlal A bargain. Seo E. C. Heath. 19-tU Six scats on tho third row, 1 from ccntor ,havo been set apart tho lady who sccuros tho highest nud ber of votos In tho contest for Helen Grantloy success, "Her Lo and Master." Coupons In every Afl moroito. As a cool weather suggestion the! is nothing elso as annronrlato as Leader heating stove. Sold l Spraglns. Wanted. From ono to ono hundred cars ear corn In tho shuclc, and sacked cora also oats. Quoto delivery prlco BaraO' R. M. GORDON, Wbolesalo Grain. 2C-lra. Bryan, Texal Dissolution Notice. Tho firm of J. F. Monk & Co. of Prj venco, I ,T., composed of J. F. MoJ and C. F. Ebelch assuming all Indeli mutually dissolved, J. F. Monk retlrl and C. F) Ebelch resumes all Indetf ednesfl and collecting all outstandlii arrnunfa t n ,H accounts. 23.10L O. F. BBEICH.