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SUICIDE AT DOUGHERTY. Cap Ayaaek Cuta Hl Throat wmi a SIDNEY SUOOS, Proprietor. Raxor Temporarily Dernnaed. ftntorcd at tho I'ostomco at Arrtuiore gpeca, .phono to tho AnlmoroJto. Dougherty, I. T., Aug. 22. Cap. Ay- t linn nninwr nnrrtri xw vW. ?&tf. ifLL Will K I w rv 'fi. 'n as Second-clftsa Mall Matter. November s, !. "Published every nltornoon (except Saturday) and Sunday morning. Offlco of publication, North Wash iBgton atrcot. 8ubierlptlon Rates: One wcok Onn month One year 15 60 15 00 in,. rtPFir.lAL NEW8PAPER of tho United States Court for tho Southern District, Indian Territory; also for tho Chickasaw Stock Association or the Indian Territory, and tho offlclal organ of the city. An erroneous reflection upon tho character or roptitntlon of nny person sack committed suicide this morning at tho homo of A. WYirren, whoro ho was staying, by cutting his throat with a razor. Aysaok, who was about thirty years of age, camo hero somo two years ago from Northorn Alabama. Ho was well liked by everybody horo. This morning about 6 o clock ha aroso and dressed himself and went out on tho gallery and sat down for a few minutes. Ho then went Inslilo and laid down across his bed and cut his throat As nono of Mr. Warrcn'B family witnessed tho tloed, ho was not ORDERS I88UED THAT TRIBAL TAXES MUST BE COLLECTED. Indian Police Mobilized at Chlckaiha and Will Remove All Cattle From the Chickasaw Nation Which Tax Is Not Paid. on J. Illalr Shoenfclt, Indian agent, has Issued rigid Instructions to tho Indian police, United Stntcs Marshal Colbert and Hcvonuo Inspector Kcl ho printed in tho Ardmoro- ' ... . . ...... ,. 7' ' - . h.ooA on rnnnrtu rounu until somo ten or uuecn nun bj i iuhuiu that aro falso will bo gladly corrected if brought to tho attention of tho pub TIME TAHLK. Oulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway. (Southbound.) Galveston & Chicago Exp... 3:40 a, m. Cleburne & K. C.TSxp 4:25 p. m. (Northbound.) Htlvcston & Chicago Exp.. 12:35 a. m. Cleburno & K. 0. Exp.... 11:30 a. in. Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway. Arrlvo at Ardmoro 1:35 p. in. Lcavo Ardmoro 3:00 p. m. Local freight carrying passengers alio. No trains on Sundays. Arkansas and Choctaw Railway. Mixed troln ar. Ardmoro. . .12:25 p. m. Leave Ardmoro 1:30 p. m. All United States malls closo 3V.. aaluutca prior to train Urao. Hereafter tho malls will bo closed tit 9 p. ro. Instead of 8 p. ra. as form erly. D. ItEDFlELP, P. M. , jH you twni In a flro alarm by tolo phono, don't call for tho nro depart ment, but tell "Central" whero tli fo Is. L. C. SLAUGHTER, Chief. TJse tho I)ng DIstanco Tclcphono and call up 'Phono No. 5, If you want the Ardmorelto. Ardmore, Sunday, Aug. 23, 1902. i . 1 Federation Notes. Anlmore will bo "At Homo" to th ladles roprosontlng tho Federated Clubs of tho two Territories tho first week In November. . Tho. locnl clubs will outortaln two delegates from each club, tho speak' crs nnd tho olllcers of tho Federation There, nto moro than soventy-flvo clubs In tho Federation. Tho meetings of the Fedorntlon will bo open 'to any ono Intorostod In wo- jnan'a clb work. Committees or. reception, entertain munt and decoration will hnvo beon n.piolnted. Evmy oKort will bo put ?onh to make this mooting of tho Federation tho vory best over yet hold and n credit to tho city of Ardmoro, nnd her hospitable people This convention of Intelligent wo men will bo tho grcatost advertise ment Ardmoro ovor had. ' Tho homo club women will appro- clnto any effort made by tho olty coun ell In tho way of municipal house cleaning, nnd Kindly offer their as slstanco by way of hearty approval. Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker, pros! dent of tho Texas Federation of Wo men's clubs, Mrs, Isadoro Calloway (Paulino Periwinkle), Mrs. Mary AVynno Smoot( Auntl.uclndy), and Mrs J. C. Terrell, nil of Texns, aro among 'llio Invited guests to Ardmoro to at tend tho meeting In Novombor. With tho tnermomotor at 60 dC' grccs and ascending, tho heat and dust docs not scorn to loesen tho nrdor with which tho club women of Arc! moro aro porfoctlug arrangomonts for tho ontortalnment of their guosts at tlio Fcdoratlon. With tho vory beet efforts of each Individual ami tho harmonious co-op oration of tho Ihroo clubs, wo can hopo to see success n reality that such un tiring effort deserves. Ardmoro novor does things by halvos. and sho will rlzo to this emergency of onterlalnlng tho Fedorntlon roynlly, so that Uioso ;wlio visit hero will lind that indeed their Uvea hnvo fallen In pleasant places and that great Is Ardmoro an greater her olub womon. utoa after tho deed had beon con mltted. Ho lived for about thrco hours. No cnuso Is assigned for tho rash net, unless his mind was tempo rarily unbalanced. His peoplo In Alabama hnvo been advised and tho body is being held for orders for them. collection of tribal cattlo tax, and tho ponnlty for violation of same. Tho pollco aro now mobilized at Chlcknslia and aro acting under Kcl soy's orders. They s'tartod out this morning to remove cattlo and will bo engaged Jn that section of the nation for flovornl days. THE CHURCHES. Christian Church. Services at tho Chrisitan church at 11 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. Morning sub ject, "It Is Finished." All are mnd welcome J. CLAnENCE READ, Pastor. First Baptist Church. Thero will bo services In the First Presbyterian churoh todny, morning und evening. Everybody Is Invited out as we will havo an old-tlmo rally of tho members. THE PASTOR. Broadway M. E. Church. Sundny school 0:45. Preaching 11 and 8:30 by tho pastor. Junior League 3. Senior 4 n. m. Prnyor mooting Wednesday 8:30 p. m. A cordial : vltatlon to nil. $'4 Its Time That AIU Summer Goods :WERE GONE: a ttt? anir nf Mh'r wfink has nroved to be a rrreat success, uur coun- V uu.w - 1 " , ters have been cleared of most all summer goods, we now nave fnw ndds and ends left to offer you. Our fall goods are pour- ing in every day and already all the room in the shelves of many de- r!jrtttirntH linvfi LICCOIIJU wen iiutu. ' " . 1 . ! -1 kMvr.r. n1,:n.1Atlf ff flirt lofrtof fllltinD 1M V V i L 'SbGfc w e nave just rcccivuu un cajjicob oiiiiiiuib - i Ladies' Arabian Tab Collars, Lace Collars in Ecrue and Cream. Also Ste a beautiful line of Applique collars to sell from 2oc to .i.du. inc Kuit is the latest of all neckwear. We have just received a shipment of these 'I " . ' . ... , . A. Art n r ...Sit CC 1.1. r1 1 MC beautiful Kulis to sen irom q)i.uu 10 o.uu. inducements for the coming week. We will offer the following Episcopal Church. Rv. F. A. Juny will not return to the olty until next woolr. Thero will be no servlcos today. C. P. Church. Rov. F. P. Flanlkon will bo In his pulpit at 11 n. m. and 8:30 p. m. Morning service, "Tho Glorious Liro In Jesus. Tho ovonlng subject "Things That Work for Our Good, Will hnvo somo flno solo singing. Come and enjoy n good msrvico with us. Library Voting Contest. Tho voting contest for tho flno II brnry on oxhlbltlon at A. C. Young's furniture- store closes within n fow days and somo actlvo voting has boon done tho lust wcok. Nearly 40,000 votes wore cast for ono organization which shows that thoro novor boforo was such Interest taken In a contest Each copy of tho Sunday and Weekly Ardmorelto contains ten coupons and many papers aro now being purchnsod and In many Instances tho votes aro being held for tho last count. Others Interested In tho library contest aro dltlons to pie church NEW8 OVER 'PHONE. Springer. Will Fowlor of Duncan Is horo. Thrco loads of oats passed through this morning on routo to Ardmore. Elk. Mlko Snccd of Ardmore Is here Mrs. O. M. Ovcrstrcot Is uutto sick. Jim Posey fell off a wagon load of cano yesterday and was badly cut about the head. Graham. Miss Bertha oUoth of Ardomor U horo Visiting her brother, llr. Everett Uooth. J. E. Yourec nnd sister, MIsr Ali ble, havo roturncd from Elgin, Ok., l wheru thay hnvo boon visiting friends for the past week. - Comanche. Yeatord&y nfternoon a tnm belong" Ing to IS. M. Yats, which was tied to tho back of a buggy; bocame fright ened and nttemptod to run away. They got tangled In the harness and tho buggy, rolled upon tho horses. holding thorn securely until somo par ties out the hnTnos and pulled the buggy off, roloaaliig thorn. No dam ago was do no. Tho mooting of tho Ropiiblloan Club yostorday aftornoon failed to material ize. Bonder & Hillary now hnvo tho stars and stripes floating above tholr placo of buslnoss. Tho Democratic Club will moot this aftornoon. Tho now residence of Burr Scott on Hill street Is nearlng completion Campbell Paschall returned yostor day from Lawton, whero he went to provo up his claim near that placq. Earl. Mr. Tonnlson and wlfo from noar Iobanon aro visiting tholr son, J. V Tonnlson. Norton. Tho mooting horo Is still In prog rqas.. Tiicro nas ueen auoui loriy an. Waists in broken sizes, were 50 and ,cvj 75c, will close them out at 1 A A 35c each or three for.... PltUU ,oi. A few pieces of those 15 and 20c Madras, will close out ut i i Jr 7t$; Pcr vard 112 Regular 35c ladies Mercerized Ifl .js. vests will go at UL Those handsome Grenadines, reg ular 50c goods, will close llJLn out at per yard 2 ;. Our buyers are taking their time stock of Dry Goods ever shipped to the southwest 3 cievinc daily shipments of the Latest Novelties the Markets Afford, 25c Mercerized and colored Linens go at per yard 2 doz. Boy's Waists, regular 25c and 35c sellers, in broken Bizes, they go for 5 doz. "Mother's 15c S Friend" Boy's en .-1 V 19c They are buying the largest We are now re- &6s A- i ZZ Z I I ji-iir.'ir.iiiiiin-n.iif,iinnir,iiir v, ,-mm,m See Us First. ! It does not matter who comes to xe 011, and wnat tney say tnoy navo and can do, nnd what kind of material . they toll you they will glvo you, ourj advlco to you Is If you need a Job of plumbing, either about wator connec tions or sowor connection don't fall to seo us boforo you closo the deal. Respectfully. 13-tf. WEEKS BROS. making purchases from tho library merchants for which they recolvo ton voles for ovory dollar expended. It Is safo to say that tho remained of tho contest will bo doubly Interesting. Tho result at C o'clock yesterday evening stood: Orlo Club 171,277 Company A, Mllltla 1D8.541 Utdlos of tho Unr 123,721 I. O. O. F 1U81 Elks CG,851 Knights of PythlsB 12.0&G Woodmon of tho World 0,264 Flro Department 1,574 Modom Woodmon of Amorlca 760 Uonovolont Society .1.070 Masonic Carpenters Union ..... H3 Broadway M. E. Churoh 673 M. E. Church, (col.) 160 First Baptist Church Public School Library. It's In everybody's mouth! Tho ex cursion Uils morning to Wapanuokn. Novel Method of Suicide. Salt Lako City, Aug. 22. Andrew Adams, a waller, committed suicide by moans of tho water cure, which ho took whllo remorseful over having slashed a woman with a razor. Ad' ams, undor tho protoxt of taking a liath, evaded his nurse. Placing his mouth ovor Uio faucet, and holding lils lips firmly about tho spigot with Ills left band. Adams filled himself so full that ho died In a few minutes. 6G1 Cemotery Association 63D 28 25 1C 10 16 Chagrin. Miss Ethol Wilson anil Pitt Couch cloned nnd woro married last night at tho homo of Rov. Collier, southeast of Dlxlo. Thoy aro now living nt t'no homo of tho groom's1 father noar horo, Woolsey. Will Toothly, who has boon nC Mar- low for tho past two or thrco weeks. has roturnod to Woolsey. Pauls Valley. Mrs. Yorkor E. Taylor died yoster day at 11 o'clock and was burled horo this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Berwyn. Frank Frensley and Bob Sclvnlly hipped threo curs and Bob SOlvally from this plnco today. Mr. Huchaby of Arlsonn Is horo vis Itlng his sister, Mrs. Lou Suggs, whom he had not soon for twenty-two yoars, Misses Jennlo and Ijou ljlllon of Nowlln, Toxas, nro bore visiting their slstors. M rs. Pashchull and Miss Dillon City Ubrary U. C. T C. P. Church South Baptist Church Am. Federation of Labor Alfalfa Seed For salo by E. B. Pugh. 12-dl2-w4 Woponucka everybody's going. Mandolin Club. A fow moro ladles and gentlemen aro required to complete tho class In mandolin music. It Is not necessary that you havo any former knowlodfjo of music. Investigate and Join tho Club. 23-3t PROF. PEL-PUR. Hamilton's $: 60 shoes go this wcok at $2.80; his $3 shoes go at $2.40 ' HAMILTON'S SHOE STORE Choctaw Condemns Property. Yesterday condemnation papers were filed by tho Choctaw, Okla'uomR and Oulf roaa for 11.22 acres of land west of tho i-ound hoiiai and Just (;iit sldo tho corporation limits. Tho property coii-ImnaJ is In two pieces, ono bolnsr a strip 60 foot wide running parallel with their rlKht-of- way for a distance of 1S0C.4 feou nuk Ing 2.7 acros Tho other piece Is or.i tho south sldo, of same right-of-way and containing 8.52 ncros, making 11.22 acres In nil. Just what tho Choctaw peoplo wants, with this land wo nro at a loss Wo-only hopo It means Marietta Notes. W. A. Ofllll. book-keeper for West holmor & Co., Is confined to his room on account of Illness. Simon Westhelmer's Injured foot Is growing somo bettor and ho content' plntos starting to tho markotB Mon day. W. A. Morris has rotunto'l from a visit to Colpman, Toxas. Mrs. Morris who accompanied him, will continue hor visit somo days longer. Tho Marietta merchants aro Jubll ant over orop prospects and aro pre paring for a good buslnoss this fall A postofllco has been established nl Hadley, Cherokee Nation, with Net(le F. Standard as postmlstross. , , to know much tfor 'Ardmote big removal' salo Is bHI nwrng hoaa. Come' early Jb'oft'ioralzes , Our the shoos Ufu uruncu. , i- ilAM!ITQN'SSITOS STOBK,-, 108-110 Main Street, ARDMORE, I. Subscribe for the Ardawrolto. STAR mm 1 Solicits your business. We carry a large and complete line of first- class goods and guar- antee Qvcry article as renre8ented. Prices and brands quoted later. MARCUM, HAZEN & BANDY Lexington, O. T. A thorouRh. practical training achool, complete snd up to date tn every department. BayBDitnlKhtachool tue entire year Day puptla attend nlttht achool wtthoutextra cbarKea. Tuition I7.C0 per month or t0 for unlimited acnotaranlp. Hoard fio.oo to $1.W per month. No vacation. Puplla may enter at any tlmo. Every pupil la placed on bis meX or may dvan?0 aa rapldlyVua hla ability will permit. Tborouifb tralulni: n imrtvut time oonilatont with ottlcleney. Ileferences-Any bank or bualneia arm In Gainesville. For catatoeuo addreaa, O. P. SELVIDOE. A M.. rreaiaont. ciaineaviue.'J'exaa. Reopen Sept. 2. Honey urove. lex. WALL SCHOOL Many loading ooUeca anil univeraitiea accopi us pupua oa cunwoMo w i amlnatlon. Individual attention, nrm uuoipiine. rapm anu mo-ouitn iiBf-,,"7 iiT.i Ohrlitlan lnnmnoeai local opt'on comtri active Y M. O A. Excellent IlbrariJ . . . : .iki.iin nAi.i iviin-a Hiirti.. hot and cold hatb. All rooma newiii Htuilr houra at nlttht! teacbera room tn bomiti' thoboya. alloal In aamedlnlnit nail, (iraau papn receive apecini care iuu tlon. Larite, new home, erected ll.la year, to ao ommouaie ncrea.inB p.ironnife. llluatrated cataloirue and timber particulars add rean 8. V. WALL. Prln . UoiKKi. l papered ana iismea wnu omuinci.j . lor 1 "Bread is the Staff of Life" only when it is made of the right kind of flour. That Flour is & I ho I'nrri The Gem i Steam Laundry Fourth Ave. and I St. N. 'Phone 304. E. 1 A Long Felt Want Supplied,.. NEW MACHINERY. Experienced help. Satis faction Ruarnnteod. 0 0 Albatross Flour. r 3 rnorniETons. v if .f W. E.MULLlNs'.Sls'r. 1;'.. Queen of the Pantry. It stands without a parallel for fine bread and cake baking. The Standard tiands of Coffee, Tea,5 Bottled und Canned Goods are atnonc our stock. We sell nothing bnt the best. Mpilipdlpd Salt in tlin Block Form is the only ceuuine Medicated Salt. Call nt the store or write for riarticu- lars of this boon to stock raisers. $ , t THE SFROCEFR. J ALL GROCERS SELL IT. MMMBBBMaaaMMwawaiaaMaMMaaaMaaMMaMHaaaaaaHaaaaaaaM WHITEMAN BROS., ."WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS." . .