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Ardmore, Wedneday, October 26.
THE DAILY A'tDMORLITE. four SiDNEY SUGGS. Proprietor. THE TOWN ASSASSIN. utered at the I'oatothce at Ardmore as Second-class V.tll Matter. Norembcr 2 1893. Published every afternoon lexcept Saturtlay and Sunday norniug Office of publication fortb Wash lacton Btree. i n in The cex international peace con- . grts i due to be h-M eorae tlrae dur The hand of the assassin li not jlnB tne w,r 1905, if au the world Is more guilty of crime than tbe tongue! not engaged in a big scrap at that I . i i . . f the slsndi-rer. The man who clr- iru.yiar umo. M.latP a ftory damaging to the char acter of a fe4lw man Is not loss an fsasln than be who stick! knlfu in another man's back. Tnc one c.'rae la a helnoui as the other t.Ld :b other of the one Is as base and con nutbor of tbe one Is as baso and con temptlblo as the perpetrator of tbo other. An old adage says that ,tbo man who 26. listens to a false report should be 1 hanged on tbo same tree with the one Private Smith of the coast artillery. ! w ho tella It tbe one by tho ears and who married a negro nur is i true the other by tho tonsue. A slanderous The Baltic fleet Is going to tbo res cue of Port Arthur, but It uoesn't ex poet to get there till February. The Japs, of course, will offer all possible assistance In this laudable enterprise. Ardmore, Wednesday, October It In liable to go hard with Innocent Chinese It Tlusslan soldiers continue; disguising themselves In Chinese 'cos tumes. The Japs are not taking any chances. They shoot flret and then Investigate. soldier color. H refuses lo dci't his 6lory Is generally small nt the begin- Thousands of letters, postal cards, packages and nowepapers addressed WANT NEGRO COLORED PORTER KILLS CONDUC TOR NEAR LITTLE ROCK. Negro Is In Hands of Officers and Mob Is Anxious to Know His Where abouts Lynching Ready Whenever Found. Insurance of All Kinds VIXIV.. t.IFK ACCIDENT, HEALTH. PLATE ULASJ AND CYCLONE. I BONDS Of All KINDS I Over Flrnt National L Hunk, Phone Vt f BerKshire a J Gorman. I Suits Overcoats Trousers $13.50 $12.50 $ 3.50 and up Little Rock, Ark., Oct. 25. P. A. At wood, a passenger conductor employed by the St. Ixmls, Iron Mountain and was shot and killed Just because a horse was to your complete satisfaction, It Isn't necessary to hold an Indignation meet ing on the grand stand stops. .merely In care of the St. Ixiuls World's l0lV, ,, ' Inlno 1 lac !,. n ann.lnrf ill nmnnrt v I ... I. I. .V...I. ... I .V,. trl.l ...i.u, .ii .i .. i . . , , . , . at 8:30 this morning near Karrell sto nOt ridden I " " ' "vv.vfc.vn un mv; - VI UIUl'Ul UUIIUIJI Ul IUV ,:rom meir source, jnoy increase in fair. The weight of the unclaimed mall raagnltudo with tbo square of tho dis tance from their origin. If no ono lis tened to them, they would never amounts up Into tbe tons. As trade now stands, there Is not 'amount to much, vnougtt gold out of tbe earth. It li I , town's character can be assassin wore all coined, to transact the bust- B(ed by the tongue of slander as tho now of a day. I character of Individuals can thus be tf strayed ltvery town Is cursed by having In its midst a certain number jof these town nssnsslns. Ardtnoro hag 'neither more nor fewer of such enl himlnatnrs than other towns. These Hon. fifteen miles east of Little Itock, by Houston Hooker, tho negro porter. Tbe tragedy occurred on the Pino 11 hi IT accommodation train due In Ut tie Hock at 10 n. ra. Hooker wair rested and brought to this city for safe Our woolens arc tbe latest deiliNiu, our workmanship llrsU class and tit Ruaranteed. We also do cleaning dyeing and press ing. Ladles' work a spoclalty. Wo Invito you to call. Ardmore Tailoring Co. J. Kahn's Old Stand South Side Main Street It Is said that Mrs. Roowvelt exer cises a more general supervision over tie affairs of the White House than any of her predecessors. J. F. Wisdom and his force of clerks who arc distributing tho per capita navment among the Indians, have moved from tho Hlnklo building to the Piping. United States district court room and Kovance against Conductor At- will cantlnuu to pay tbe $40 per capita w,mm1 wft ,1,al tho ,atter ",aPP hlm as speedily as possible. They can do ,ne face artw reprimanding him on this much easier than In the building"11 Kunti u.ai ne nau oeon mauon- The tallest Inhabited building In tbe world Is the Park How building in New York, which Is 390 feet from tho paving to the top of the towers. but- bodies always have their oars pricked up for any store that will de tract from tho reputation of the town, anil no sooner do they scent one than tl.oy proceed to peddle It. Without A collection of penrl. taken from J stopping to Inquire Into the origin or tho waters of Iowa and valued nt 'authenticity of the story, they forth- raoro thnn $50,000 Is exhibited at the Iowa building nt the World's fair. Aloxleff tuk n train !o: Harbin when ho beard the firing nt Mukdon. And yet there aie so-called wnr ex- with turn loose their tongue and the result Is that a package of Infernal lies pass Into circulation and great damuKO is done. Sometimes the story Is started nnil circulated without nny malicious Intention often with wicked pens wno sny Aiexien uoesn t Know ,ltfint , n fow weokgi tne gtory blowg ma Business. xver, the truth comes to light, but I the Injury has already been done. An Impression lias been created that will I tnko months to remove. Tho town suf Ifers from It; Its growth Is retnnled, In. , vestors are discouraged and pormnn ent Injury Is Inflicted. Instead of giving wings to every pns- Miss Helen Gould is lo receive as a gift all the exhibits of tho social economy 'section of tho Ilelglum build lng nt tbe World's fair, after tho ex position Is over. All these exhibits will be Installed in MIbh (I on Id's so-1 clnl economy museum In Now York. sing brcnth of slander, tho man who Is A cnudldnte for congress In New a real friend of the town turns a dead York claims to have already kissed car to such stories. He Investigates as moro than 500 babies during the pres- to their truthfulness he keeps them ent campaign, and as n kisser he Is to himself. When be knows anything entitled to outrank Cnptnln Ulclimrtnd good of the town, he makes himself Pearson Hobson. He may find, how- busy In telling It. When the town ns ever, that It Is Imiohslble for a man Pansln approaches him, he says, "(let to kiss his way to congress. tbeo behind me Satnn." Ux. where they wore. I tire to passengers. The conductor and porter, accord- A good story it In circulation as wc to the porter's statemont, oxchang- go to prett, tbe substance o. which d angry words before tho conductor appear below. At a camp-meeting re- struck him. The thootlng followed an cently. after tbe tervlcet woro over. bour later. a thin, nervotit looklng man stepped An nttompt wat mado this aftornoon up to the pastor and said: "You haveo tako Hooker to llenron, the county bad a good deal to say this morning sent of Saline county, in which tho about a fellow who killed a man shooting occurred. named Abe." "Certainly," replied the I Hcfore the train reached the city pastor. "The Sin of Cnln was my sub- limits of Little Rock the officers nc- Ject." "Well, I wish you would dOCO'Pttn'lns Hooker took him oft the me the favor noxt Sunday," said the 'rain, believing that a crowd of avong thin man. In some oxcltemont, "to or woro In the car. A small party tell the folks that the man you weretrld into tho nogro from the oftl talking about this morning nln't no ro-jcors after they left tho train, but tho Intlon to the Kane that keeps a II very ! attempt was frustrated. stable down by the mill. 1 don't want Tonight tho whereabouts of Hooker none of my friends to think that I had.aro known only to the authorities, a hand In the killing. Thnfs all. Good- An effort to lynch the negro will ,ay!" Bxcbnnge. I undoubtedly be made If ho can bo ! reached by a mob Strayed or Stolen. From Ardmore, one bay ir.nre mule, 1G hnnds high, 5 years old, branded F on left shoulder and C on left jaw. Liberal reward for return or for In formation. Address Chickasaw Lum ber Co.. Ardmore, I. T. 25d2-w2. WANTED. WANTED To paint your bouse and hang your wall paper. Am a practi cal painter and paper hanger. Noth ing but .Irst-class work done from the cheapest to tho best. If you want me address Lock box 75 and I will call on you at once and give you my figures. Addross Box 75, Palntor and Paper Hanger. 14-lm WANTED Clean, old rags, ofllce. at this FOR i.cNT. FOIL KENT A nice suite or office rooms ovor Itandols store. II. W Randol. 27-tf LOST. LOST Two Santa Fo books, a time book and a dischargers book, on Third avenue, north west, finder leave at Santa Fe baggage room and receive suitable reward. 2C-tf 1XST On Main street a black silk shawl. Flndor return to City Na tional bank and get rewa'd. 24-3t LOST OR STOIJ3N Whllo evlewlng Rlnglings' parade n lady's gold watch and clasp pin with Initials. Liberal reward to finder at Ardmore Ite ofllce. 17-tf LOST One brown overcoat on North Washington street on night of 17tb. Finder bring to Ardmorelte oftlco and get reward. 2G-dl-wl FOR KENT Furnished rooms at 221 Broadway. Mrs. Cross. 14-tf FOR SALE. FOH SALE Cheap, or will trade for horses, good second-band single and double buggies. T. L Holland, at Central livery Btable. 23(VC-wl New "Buster Brown" collars recolv. ed today at Ardmore Dry Goods Co. MRS. H. V. ROBSON, Professional Nurse. Itosldence 701 4th Ave., Southeast Pink Buckman, who was arrested several days ago at Marietta on a chnrge of Introducing liquor by Deputy Burgess, was tried before Commission er Pfeiffer and placed under a $500 bond to await tho action of the grand jury at Marietta. FOR SALE Soven-room irarae house, ono acre land, fruit and water. Lo cated near business section. James Gait. 21-6 FOR SALF One five-room and one fout ror.m bouse, close in, cheap. Call at Smith's Livery Stable. 20-tf. FOR TRADE Harness and buggy lor heater on stove wood. Apply at Ardmorelte office. A bargain. 12 tf Reward. I will pay $5 for tho return to me In North Ardmore of ono sorrel horso about 15 hands high, mano a little curly, left hind foot Injured by wire cut and branded on left hip with flguro 8. Liberal reward for Information lead ing to his recovery. A. N. A.VERYTT, P. O. Box 452. 24-dC-w4 Ardmore, I. T. FOR SALE. Rye, alfalfa, wheat and barley. E. B. PUGH. 6-lm Ardmore, I. T OLD RAGS Must be clean, wanted at this office. Do not forget the Big Sale that Is ' going on at tho Cincinnati Racket 'cinrn nt Arilmnrp RvCrV dollars WOrtll J of goods most bo turned Into cash. NECESSITIES AT THE ARDMORE DRY GOODS CO. HESE CHILLY DAYS remind us that winter is rapidly approaching and that our old summer clothes, which have served us so well, must be cast aside for "Ml somctinB heavier and warmer. Many doctor's bills will be saved and lives spared by the judicious spending of a few dollars just at this time. Summer clothing in winter is just as inappropriate as winter clothing' in summer the former is dangerous, the latter unbearable. We wish to call the attention of the public to the fact that our stocK is in the pinK of condition to supply your demands. Every department is fnll. Our reorders within the past few days have placed new, fresh goods in the place of those sold and you can find here one of the most complete assortments in the twin territories. We caution you against being caught by "excuse sales" the woods are full of them and they try to maKe you believe they are giving away goods. Some goods are not choap at any price, and when a fellow finds he cannot meet legitimate one-price, spot-cash competition he drums up some Kind of a "Jim Crow" sale. Price at these so called "cheap" sales, then come and get our ONE PRICE, SPOT CASH, PLAIN FIGURE PRICES and see who can save you more money WE COURT COMPARISON OF PRICES AND VALUES. EXAMINE OUR COLD WEATHER NECESSITIES. Children's Kibbed Union Suits- c r llocccd and well mnde, our price. . . L 0L Ladies' full mnde Kibbed Union Suits, fleeced nicely trimmed and well made, jr others ask 35c, our price 3L Ladies' heavy ribbed Vests and pants extra ,'ood values, each Lv Pull lino misses' vesLs and pants, 'jp Ueecod and ribbed, splendid value . . L uL We .sell tho celebrated "Setsting" Ladies' vasts and pants, the lst value fr over shown in the city, each OUL Ladios "Stratford" union suits, lit Z(r perfectly, each JUL The uenuiuo "Jersey Kibbed" ladies' union suits, perfect lit, sold elsewhere n r at $1.00. our price , I i)L Ladies" troy "non-shrinking" wool est.s aud pants, everyone yets $1.50 Q y r per garment, our price $ Lv Ladies' scarlet all wool vests and pants, a splendid $1.50 value and an C 1 1 C excellent value, each $lLJ Ladies' "Set Snug'; union suits, pure Egyp tian cotton, especially for ladies who want a high grade garment and cannot wear wool, a splendid $1.50 value, our price $1.25 $1.50 Ladies "Oneita" union suits, nearly all wool this garment usually sells at $2.00,' our price Ladies' "Onoitn" wool union suits, a high grade $2.50 garment, our 0 day qj rv in thoweelv price $ujj Men's undei. shirts and drawers, good .weight, each , 25c Boys' heavy lleeced undershirts aud j p drawors, good weight, each ZDL Youths' heavy lleeced undershirts and draw ers, same as the men's in 50c -j j goods, each uOL Men's extra value ribbed undershirts and drawers, most houses get $1 25 r f suit, our price, each JUL Men's "Jaegar Plt'oce" shirts and drawers, wo put this against an;75c gar- pn ment in the city, our price 0UL The Best Line of Boy's Union Suits in Ardmore See them Men's "Wright's Health" Under- q t rr wear, no bettor made, garment. . p 1 UU Full Line Men's Wool Underwear, It will pay you to examine. Our lino Outings, Khinnol and Eiderdown tiro not equaled in value or price in tho city, BLANKETS Nice Cotton Blankets, 5QC Heavier Cotton Blankets, g 75c values, pair UuC Extra largo 11-1 Cottou Blank- ( fr ets, pair ) 1 UU Heavy Wool Mixed Blankets, ( 4 f p pair, p 1 .ZD All Wool Blankets. 10-1, 11 1 and 12-1 in white and colors, bought before tho ad vanco in wool, you cannot match these SS.!"..:...$3.50 to $12.50 Full Line Bed Comforts, Pilled with Pure Cotton, no shoddy, all full sizes - seo them. One Price Spot Cash Ardmore's Fastest Growing Dry Goods Store