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SIDNEY SUaOS, Proprietor. ftntorod at tho l'ostonico at Ardmoro as Second-class Mall Matter. November 2, 1893. Published every afternoon (except Saturday) and Sunday morning. Offlco of publication, North Wash ington utreot. Subscription Rates: One weok Jj Ono month One year 5 00 NEWS OVER 'PHONE. 4 Tho OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of tho United States Court for tho Southern District, Indian Territory; also ior ! PMMraanw Rioclc Association of the Indian Territory, and tho otnclal organ of the city. Any erroneous relectlon upon the character or reputation of any person which may bo printed In tho Ardmoro lto, or any artlclo casea on rcpon that aro false will bo gladly corrected If brought to tho attention or mo pud Ilsbe-r. TIME TABLE. Culf, Colorado and Santa F Railway. (Southbourd.) Galveston & Calcago Exp.. .3:40 a. m. Cleburno & K. CExp 4:25 p. m. (Northbound.) alvcaton & Chicago Exp.. 12:35 a. m. ileburoe & K. C. Exp.... 11:30 a. m. Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway. Arrive at Ardmoro 1:35 p. m. Leave Ardmoro 3:00 p. m. Local freight carrying passengers also. No trains on Sundays. All United States malls closo 3 minutes prior to train time. DAVID REDFIELD, P. M. It you turn In a flro alarm by tele phono, don't call tor tho flro depart ment, but tell "Central" whero th flro Is. L. C. SLAUGHTER, Chief. Use tho Long Distance Telephone and call up 'Phono No. 5, If you want the Ardmorclto. Ardmore, Monday, August 10, 1903. Tho man who ran for ofRcfl In a Mis sissippi county, but who was killed before the returns were hi, is dead In It. It may be tough on the Iwby, but first vo uso ovory offort to make talk, then the same diligence Is used to make It bold Its tongue. General Miles Is now on the retired list. Tho gonoral had and has lil faults, but it must bo remembered that bis first aurronder was recorded yos tcrday. when ho gave up his sword to what tho law declared to bo old age. It certainly shows an ungrateful spirit In retiring Gonoral Mllos ltko n hired man, aftor a servlco of forty two years, ono filled with bravory and success. It I not altogothor needless words to add that nolthor Hoot or Jloosovolt will rotlro with such a record. Tho press meeting at Sulpiiur on tho 10th will not bo largely attended by tho members of tho Creole natlcn. Tho president In his call announces that tho hotels aro full and will make no special effort to card for tho press and advises them to go to the chautnuqua and stop In tents. This Is not tho idea of tho avcrago editor of a good time Muskogeo Times. WYNNEWOOD. Special Correspondence. Wynnowood, I. T., Aug. 8. Tho thermometer stood at 1M In tho shade yesterday. Farmers claim tkat com Is fine. This eosHMMrfty Jm4 a flv" rain Thursday. TIm iwtter; tt tadArfor k&s ortor4 Ik tamimta tt Um school VsMtw, aaat Ibr U at par, with The fti aw ksMf relating the ru to Men aertk of Use Mason and TJixtm Hm. Now that they have got it up there, they aro not oonslstont nor modorato in tholr conduct. In the Southern states when a rape has been perpetrated, tho people would kill tho rapist and stop at that, but in tho north they want to kill ovorybody. In the South It takes about flvo whlto men to run down fifty negroes, but up north it lakes fifty whlto men to tako caro of flvo nogroos. It Is all In knowing with whom you are deal ing and how It is best to do it, I wish I could prevail upon onch and every reader of Uio Ardmorolto who has friends and acquaintances in congress to begin writing to each a letter periodically from now until con gress meets. Let thorn set ou'. tho conditions horo and add tho prayer that wo bo permitted to govern our selves. For months tho pooplo of Wynno wood havo been waiting for the sec rotary of tho Interior to give thorn permission to tax thomselves to cdu cato their children. What an Idea! And yet wo bad it to do. Dervvyn. A child of Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Flshor la qulto sick. There aro sovoral cases of sickness around town. Mosdamos Houston, Slielton and Fisher havo gono to Tishomingo to altond tho grand chapter of tho East orn Star. Mm, lioma Taylor, who has been visiting relatives here, returned home to Clarkavlllc, Ark., this morning. Miss Jettlo Alexandor has returned to her homo In Mississippi. Thackervllle. Jesse Holland and Llgo Smith left today for Tishomingo. Judge Oakos and Dr. Gray left to day for Sulphur to spend a few days. Holder. Mrs. WJJoy of Shawnco, Ok.. Is visit ing friends here. Tho searching party failed to find the body of 'a man In Red river Sat urday, whoro tho clothing was found. Woolsey. There Is a big meeting here at present. Wo arc still without rain. Loco. Wo had a good rain hero Saturday.' A heavy rain fell north of this placo which will bo of much benefit to rops. Tho school houso Is nearing com pletion. Several foundations aro being put down on lots over town. Tho Colorado, Oklahoma and Tex as railway surveyors' havo moved their camp to this place. A daughtor of Uncle Dob Whltson Is qulto sick at tho homo of Frank Ward. Lone Grove. J. C. Paschall, aged TC years, died yeaterday at his home five miles north of this place. His death was attributed to heart trouble. His re mains were burlod here this after noon by the Masonic fraternity. Mrs. Myrtle Bewick of Lexington Is vMtlng here. J. W. Garrett and family aro horo from TleHomlngo. Mllo. E. C. Fuqua'a now roeldonco will be completed, this week and ho will movo Into same. Mr. Tallaforro oxpocts to have his new gin completed soon. Morle McCoy, who has been horo visiting tho family of J. W.'Johnson, rotumed homo to Ardmoro Saturday. Crops aro needing rain. Elk. Wo had a nlco shower of rain this morning. Graham. Thoro was singing last night at tho homo of J. S. Wolchor. J. S. Alrlngton has gone to Tisho mingo on buslnoss. Madlll Tho first regular passenger train over tho Arkansas and Choctaw pass ed through at 11 o'clock today en routfj to Ardmoro. Mannsvllle. John Drown, a full-blood Indian, died Saturday night and was burled yesterday afternoon at his homo by (ho Masonic lodgo of this place, of which ho was a member. Hon. Henry M. Furman of Ardmoro dollvored un address horo yesterday aftornoon at 3 o'clock on Masonry. Norton. John Crogor and Mian Maura Phil- Hps woro married horo yesterday af- ternoon. Also John Q. Adams nnd Mrs. Brock. A big protracted mooting Is bolng carried on horo. Thoro Is considerable sickness In UllW ROCtlOll. Tlshomlnrjo. Tho baseball gamo Jioro yesterday botwoon Durant and Tishomingo re sulted In a score of C to 1 In favor of tho local team. PAYING FOR IMPROVEMENTS. "1 had' diabetes lu 1U worst form.' writes Marion Leo of Dunrcath, Ind. "I tried eight physicians without re lief. Only throo bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure mado mo a Well man." Boncor & Bonner, Payments of Government Reservation Has Degun Churchill There. Special to tho Ardmorolto. SilpHur, I. T.. Aug. 10 Special In spector Frank C. Churchill is horo and has begun the payment of $S7. 000 to tho owners of improvements on tho government reservation hero. Thcso warrants, which aro bolng glvon by hlra, will bo cashed by tho assistant cashier of tho United States at St. Louis. A ten days' notlco has already been glvon to tho proporty ownors to movo out unless thoy mal: tomporary arrangements with tho department. i- TRIPLE MID II o"s,oo- sqqiqd. RESTS ON LEO'S SUCCESSOR, POPE PIUS X. The Pope Prays for Indulgence, Ab solution and Remission of the Sins of All the People The Pray ers of the Pope. Rome, Aug. 9. Tho proceedings of consecrating Pope Pius X, which lend up to his corruption and enthrone ment woro performed this morning. Tho coremony was full of detail and very Impressive. The scone was re splcndont with brilliant robes of the cardinals and tho uniforms of the jmlnor officials, tho only sombro touch being given by tho dark gownB of the friars. Early this morning tho cardinals met In the SIstlne chapel and after bowing In adoration beforo tho new pontiff, a procession was formed to conduct his holiness to St. Peter's Ca thedral. Tho famous Slstlno choir led tho way. whllo behind them rsarched tho officials of tho Vatican and tho members of tho ltomnn cler gy. Tho order of precedence was re versed In the procession and" tho Ju nior clergy followed Immediately af ter tho choir. Aftor them camo tho bishops, cardinals and finally the pope himself. Popo 11 us again refused' to rldo In tho papal chair and it followed him, borno upon tho shoulders of twelve stalwart servants. Tho papal guard and tho noble guard surrounded the cortoge, whllo tho chief officers acted as a special escort for tho pope. The popo ended the coromony by making two prayers, and in blessing the jeoplo bolow. They were: "May the holy apostles l'etor and Paul, In whose iowir and authority we confide, intercede for us with the Lord, Dy the prayers and morlts of tho blosseh Mary, always a vir gin, of tho blessed Michael, tho arch angel, of tho blossod John tho Baptist and the holy apostles l'etor and Paul and all tho saints. May Almighty God havo morcy upon you and may Je sus Christ, having romlUed all your sins, load you to tho life everlasting Anion." Tho second prayer was: "May tho Almlgftty and Merciful tard grant you lndulgcnco and abso lution and remission of all your sins, spaco for truo and faithful ropontanco, a hoart always penltont and amend ment o'f llfo, Uio graco and consola tion of tho Holy Spirit nnd final per soveranco In good works. Amen." Thousands of pooplo remained out side- of St. Peter's all night so they might !o In an advantageous position during tho ceremony this morning. Notices were posted on every hand in structing tho crowd to keep perfect silence wheu tho popo mado his ap pearance, but this command was utter ly regarded, and as soon as his holi ness appeared on Uio balcony shout nfter shout went up, nor did they ccaso from shouting until his holiness motioned for them to keep sllencn so that ho might glvo them his blsi- Ing. Tho hcqt was terrific and hundreds of pooplo falntod, whllo n number of sunstrokes wero reported. Pops Plus X went through the trying o ideal ad mirably, but a fow mlmitos after tho conclusion of tho coremony ho broke down and would havo falntod had not Cardinal llampolla como to his assist ance with n bottlo of smelling salts. USE KNOXINE WASHING POW DER AND HELP YOUR CHURCH. 10-5 MAKING A TE8T CASE. KNOXINE ,K!lTL3 DOIT AND GERMS. 10-Gt. A. J. Lawronco, an attache of tho C, O. & G. railway at this pla;o, who has bcon sick slnco July 25, If up anJ at his post .again. -..,. Tho worst Uilng about waiUng for doad men's shoos is that you are apt to got cold feet. Can a Natural Guardian Lease Ire Land of a Minor. Slnco tho opinion render" : somo tlmo since by Judge Raymonl in which It was held that ilie u Mural guardian can not hand t tht ditto of a minor without bolitg first legally appointed was called Into court to day. Tho titlo of tho enso Is tho Indian Torrltory Land and Trust company vs. tho Indian agent, Samathy Barnett, T. A, Barnett, guardian for Salllo I lodgo. Tho plaintiffs lu tho case leased tho land from tho natural guar dian of Salllo Hodgo and thoy have brought suit to restrain tho agent from taking tho land from their possasslon. Tho attorneys In tho caso aro Hutchlngs, West & Parkor for tho land company nnd A, P. Murphy for tho defendants 1 Is probabj that whlchovcr' way tho caso tlT decided th;re will bo nn appeal. Mmkogoo TJmos. Mrs. T. Y. Morgan Is up again af tor sovcral daya of illness. 4 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Some OTTerinas tor Three Days. We will con'inue our Hammering nt prices on Saniraer Goods, Oar Pall Goods have begun to arrive and Boon will be coming thick and fast. We mint have room for them, nnd to make more room we make you the following prices for MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. RUGS. Our $1.25 Rugs this three days sale Our $2.00 Rugs this three O i rn days pale P I 0 Our $3.00 Rugs this three days sale Our $4.00 Rugs this three days sale COLLARS. Our entire line of Ladies' fancy turn over collars go at off for these three days, such as Our 25c Collars this three i n 1 I L. 89c. 2.19 3.15 days sale Our 50c Collars this three days sale Our 75c Collars this three days sale Our $1.00 Collars this three days sale Our $2.50 Collars this three days sale 33c. 50c. 67c. .$1.67 PARASOLS, $1.25 Parasols in fancy plain and Uxydised handles go Q7r CURTAINS. Onr $1.00 Cnrtains this three day 8 sale . Onr $1.25 Curtains this three days sale Oar $1 GO Curtains this three days sale Our $2.00 Cnrtains this three daya Eale Our $2 50 Cnrtains this three days sale . Oar $3 00 Curtains this three days sale - . Onr $4.00 Curtains this three days sale Our $5,00 Curtains this th days this three days at. Our $8.50 CnrtuinB this three doy sale Oar $10 00 Curtains this three dave Bale . ,, , Dress Goods. Our entire line of 15 and 20o Madras special for 3 days 20 pieces of yard light ground figured and striped Percales, regular 10 a d 12c goods to close these LJn three days nt per yard 0 2 C. 75c. 97c. $1.15 1.50 1.90 2.25 3.00 3.75 6.40 7.50 124c. Always watch this space, we have something to inter est you every day. 4 4 amjj.l.liWiW:HIH:HiUJi.;.M.liaH:hJ 108 ar?cl 110 East Itfaii? Street. ARDMORE, I. T, Always ask for coupons and get 1 doz. Photos Free. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 WANT COLUMN vdvertlsemenia under UtU head will b received at cho rate of five (6) cents per line. No advertisement rcelved for less than fltteen (IB) cents. Special monthly rates fur nished on application. The notice may contain any matter ol "Lost," "Found," "For Rent," "For Sale," "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpose without display lines. WANTED. WANTED A flrst-class cook. Apply Mrs. J. A. Madden. 10-lf WANTED A milk cow to keep. Will pay for tho use. Bedford, tho pho tographer. 9-tf. WANTUD A llrat-class bench man In tho factory. Apply Ardmoro Sash and Door Factory. ' 0-tf WANTED Ono hundred loads" of dirt. Seo Wliitcmm Pros, C-tf FOR SALE. FOH SALE Very cheap, a nearly now drop head Slngor sowing ma chine Also sowing machines to rent. J. Goldsmith, Caddo street. 22-lni. FOR SALE Ono seven-room houso, as I will soon bo ready to move Into my now residence. Also want to exchango n good gontlo buggy horso for a two-horso buggy. R. W. Randol. 2C-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Drlck building 2Gx90, fronting Main stroot; track facili ties. Apply Whltoman Bros. 31-tf Save the Children. Nlnoty-nlno out of evory ono nun drcd diseases that children havo arc duo to disorders bf Uio stomach, and thcso disorders are, all 'caused by In digestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Curo is Just as good for children as It Is for adults. Children Uirlvo on It It keeps their stomachs swceU and encourages their growth and dovol opmont. Mrs. Henry Carter, 705 Ccn trnl St., Nashville, Tenn., sayp; "My llttlo boy is now threo years old and has been suffering from indlgostlon ever slnco ho was born. 1 havo had tho best doctors In Nashvlllo, but fail ed to do him aily good. After uslog ono bottle of Kodol lio Is a well ba by. I recommend It to all sufferers.' Kodol digests what you cat and makps tho stomach sweet. Sold by all drug gists. Tho man who Is willing to glvo you pointers Is never encountered at a bench show. Sherman Private School For Boys. Thirty, third nnnnnl ppeoinn umlpr tlx en mi. tnntumnnr(' nill bexin Monday, September 7th. A school in which a thorough drill in rudiments is given particular stress paid to mental Arithmetic. The following are Fomo of my pupils: C. J. Grant, Alvin PyeattV of Pnnln Vnllf v . Mnrnn Kfntt. nt Anlmnro. ITnn Ilntmoo Pnll.n.t nf ------ . - - - ------- f v. , AAV.UJCO VUIUCH, Colbert; L. M- Wantland, of Purcell: Wra. Pennie, of Tishomingo and more than one hundred !' from the Territory. Send for catalogue J. H. IjeTrj.t.ipii a.m. Stables at Sulphur and PaWs Telephone Connection. ' Sulphur Livery and Transfer Co., SULI'HUR, IND. TER. t Iivery, Feed, aijct Stale Stable, W. J. WILLIAilS, riannger. ESTBus meets nil trains at Davis. Drummers' turnouts a I speciulty. Stable at Davis located two blocks North of dpnnr i , ..... . The Ardmoreite Prints All the NEWS All ihe Time. it 0 ib 0 ft ft 0 ft itt 0 0 ft 0 Hargrove College, ARDMORE, INDIAN TERRITORY. mm Next Session Opens Sept, 3, Full course leading to usual Academic degrees with departments of lyliisic, firfc ai?d Elocdtioi). STRONG FACULTY. TERMS REASONABLE, LOCATION HEALTHFUL. w Christian Influences. Discipline Firm but w kind. Instructions Thorough. -Write for w Catalogue. ft REV THOS. G. WHITTEN, Pres. (!) ft ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft