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Ardmorc, Monday, January 23. 1905.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITK
MONEY 3UOG3, Proprietor.
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November I 1S03.
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District, Indian Territory. Alflo for
Uio Chickasaw Stock Association of
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Ardmorc, Monday, January 23, 1905.
Seven men were hurled nllvo In Ar
kansas, Most peoplo would prefer liv
ing In Philadelphia.
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After seeing tho pictures of Alice
Webb and llrodlo Duke, ono cannot
help but ndnilt that Alice earned Uio
The blessing of tho water of St.
Petersburg having been successfully
carried out. tho czar should bless iho
bullets which fulled to hit him.
4 fr !
Senator Paulus Is trying to proven!
rnllways Issuing pauses in exchange
for advertising Has ho any objection
to thur Issuing pauses In exchange
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The American Idea seems to ho that
money should be mi cheap that every
body can have It for tho asking, but
that everything else shall bo so high
tlint nobody can roach It.
With IMrt Arthur fallen, tho entire
world seems to have sottletl down to
matching Curnoglo's attempt to dlo
The gentle gentile wonion ot Utah
give Smoot a good reputation. This 18
Uio first intimation Unit Smoot in ono
of tlu v pretty men.
i he fa. t that Duke hai rofusod to
pr.mt ,il, wlfo an Interview gooi a
If "i.; way toward prove bis sanity, llo
rccoCTH.es tho potency ot Irr rate It
1 ifle Maurlno Kat.lo;' who had tho
misfortune to stick n noel'e In hor
foot, is getting along nicely. A por
tion of the uotolo wo oxnct8'J ami
Uio ll'iie sufferer stoHl the oparatlon
It takes good management to mnko
a cotton mill succeed anywhere. Tho
beat managed mills In Toxns nro doltis
well and present rocord6 to ho pron l
of Stock In a proporly conducted
factory would bo a tluioly Investment
for tho farmor with a surplus of cot
ton with which to pay for same.
Tho falluro of a bank at Abilene Is
not chiirgoablo to "cotton." M luvl
not advnnced monoy on ovo 300 ba'os
at $3 a bale. Taking It tint the cot
ton held to securo such adv.uicoi Is
worth about $30 a bale, iho ban!- Is
out nothing on cotton. Lot tho boar,
find another main's nost. 'rUr,y -an
do i '
'Iho Democratic primaries at Chlck
ao.ia will be hold Tuesday, March 7.
Chocotnh htm lot tho contract for a
$17,000 school building.
Atoka hai been In rnrkness for tho
I list weok, owIiik to tho holler nt His
e." ctrlo plant being out ot order.
Tho Choctaw Livestock Association
has moved Its headquarters from Iah
hlgh to Atoka.
Tho now flru ball for tho Pauls Val
ley llro dejiartmonl has nrrlved and Is
ready for duty.
Tho first baby born In tho now town
of Sklatook was christened Friday. Us
namo will bo "Sklatook Cutler."
A 1 1 Ohio lumber company Is figuring
with Muiikogeu peoplo on establishing
a woodenwnro plant thoro ti coJt
Hiifiiti Turner shot and killed Char
ley Lundrum Friday near Chelsea.
Doth men wore farmers and had quar
reled about a crop.
Nick Fuorstenborg, while sleeping
In a boiler room of a gin at Wecharty,
had tho misfortune to gut ono of Ills
oars almost bitten oft by a dog.
Tho town council of Mill Crook has
granted J. D. Kerluy and John It.
Chltwood a franchise for n telephone
exchange at thnt place.
Tho Muskogee chief of police will
keep a iHillcemnn In the lobby of tho
office to keep out loafers during the
Citizens of Potent! nnd Wetuinka.
hnvo sent signed petitions to Washing
ton praying for tho enactment of legis
lation providing for continued prohi
bition In Indian Territory.
Thlovos have become so bold at
Shawnee that men are held there in
daylight. A farmer was held up there
Friday afternoon. Two nrrosts have
Nineteen new street mnll lKij.es nro
being located over Muskogee In ac
cordance with tho extension of tho
carrier service, which went into of-
geel Uiere January 2.
Leo mini, aged 12, accidentally shot
hlinsolf with n small rllle. The bullet
passed through his little linger and
lodged in his thigh. Tho wound Is not
M. F. Myers of Davis was In Marl
elta the past v.-ck conferring with tho
Ui.-'Iii'.'hh men Iheio about building an
eiertrlo light f-iont at Mnrietta. Ho
ruivod much encouragement nnd will
likely put In tho plant thore.
An old man by tho namo of St.
John, recently from Tonnessee, ngod
OS years, died last night at Uio homo
of his son, James St.. John, on Llttlo
lllue, and was hurled todny at Cox
Chapel. Durant News.
The grand Jury nt Muskogeo recom
mended that tho dlstriri attorney
stop tho dliplay ot revolvers and cart
ridges In tho windows of hnrdwnro es
tablishments, ns they are prohibited
by the United States statute.
llev. Jim llird, n Baptist minister
and ono of tho most prominent tull
bloods of (ho Creeks, died Friday ot
consumption at his home, twenty-six
nilloB west ot Kufaula. llo wis n
meinbor of Iho Creek council for many
yoaru and wog well llkod by his peo
C. O. Sliophnid, tho foruior townslto
commissioner, has on to rod upon his
work ns special Inspector to Investi
gate applications for tho removal or
restrictions. If tho Indian Is found to
bo competent to linndlo his own at
falrs Mr. Shophard will recommend to
Indian Agent Slioenfolt that tho re-
j strlatlouq bo removed.
The fnrmors' Union hold a meeting
i this afternoon and elected delegates
to atteiul tho cotton convention at
Now OrlOHiis. Homer Williams an I
H. V. Hampton were elected as dele
gates and wo know tho interests or
this section will bo well looked alter
with thoso sentlomon to push it.
Application has boon trade to tho
comptroller of currency fi i n charter
far Uio AiiHrfcm National Hank or
Holdetivllle, wllch has 'ecn organ
Led at Iloldenvlllo. Un il.o new
clnrtor arrlvos It will no known as
t to Traders' :..nk. U C P.irnionter,
who was formerly president of the
American National Hank at Tishomin
go, will ho president of the now institution.
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McGUIRE WOULD ESTABLISH A
COURT AT SULPHUR.
Jenkins Seeks to Regulate Criminal
Procedure In Indian Territory.
Stone Has Amendment to Form
Special to tho Ardmorelto.
Washington, Jan. 22. In tho house
of representatives Jnn. 19 ,1905, Mr.
McOuIro IntnMluccd tho following bill,
which was referred to tho commltteo
on Judiciary and ordered to bo print-
A hill establishing a United Statoi
court at Sulphur, Indian Territory.
lie It enacted by the sonato and
houso of representatives of the United
States of America In congress assem
bled, that In nddltiou to tho places
now provldod by law for holding
courts In the Southern Judicial dls
trlct of Itullan Torrltory, court sha'l
bo held In tho town of Sulphur and
all laws regulating tho holding ot
courts In tho Indian Torrltory shall
be applicable to tho said court hereby
created la tho said town of Sulphur.
Section 2. That tho territory em
braced In this court district shall ba
known as recording district number
twenty-soven, shall bo eighteen miles
wldo from north to south nnd thirty
miles long from oast to west, bounded
as follows: On tho north by tho coil
tor lino of township two north, on thj
east lino of raugo live enst, on tno
south by tho center Hue of township
two south, and on Uio west by tho
Sec. 3. That Uio place ot recording
in such district shall bo tho town ot
Sulphur, and the provisions ot tho act
of engross approved February 19,
19o3, shall apply to this district where
Sec. 4. That all laws or parts of
laws In conflict with the provisions
of this act nro hereby repealed.
In tho houso of representatives, Jan.
19, 1905, Mr. Jenkins introduced tho
following bill, which wns referred 10
tho committee ou Judiciary and order
ed to ho printed:
A bill to regulate ceitaln criminal
procoduro In tho Indian Territory.
Ho It enacted by the scnato and
houso of representatives of the Unltci
States ot America In congress assem
bled, that In nil cases ot convictions
for crime In tho Indian Territory tho
punishment shall bo determined and
lmiKsod by tho court nnd tho same
shall not bo nsertnlnod by tho Jury.
Mr. Stone's Amendment.
Intended to bo proposed by Mr.
Stone to tho bill (II. H. 11719) to on
ablo tho peoplo ot Oklahoma and ot
tho Indian Terrltor to form a constitu
tion and state government nnd bo ad
mitted Into tho Union on eipial foot
ing with the original states. That
nothing contained In Uio said constitu
tion shall bo construed to limit or af
fect the auUiorlty of the government,
of tho I'nlted States to mako any law
or regulation respecting tho Indian ol
said territories which It would have
been competent to make If flits act
had never passed: Provided, how
ever, that such Indians shall bo sub
ject as other citizens to all laws enact
ed by said state, oxcept as may bo
othorwlso provided In this act.
Miss Mary Wilson, piano teacher,
507 13 street, norUiwost. 17-6.
r oil SALii cnonp, ono urau now
SInKor sowing niiichlno. Address
P. O. Uox -SI. 23-C
John Ileuvos, who lias boon 111 for
several days, Is on tho streets today.
Sovornl ( prospectors wore In Ard
moro Saturday anil they soomed very
much iiuprossod with our city. It is
thought thnt several will locate hore
In tho near future
Bargains in Land
Indian Lands and Louses bought
Lands conveyed with absolute
title in fee simple.
Yourehaiico to own a home.
City property a specialty.
Deeds, contracts and mortgages
Notary in ollice.
Found Dead in Bed.
! special of the 17th from Weather-
nir I contains the following:
I "About G o'clock this morning 0.
W Johnson, nged 05 years, was found
.lend lu his bed. Ho died some time
during tho. night with heart failure.
Dofrnsod came hero a few weeks ago
fri.in Ardmoro lo spend Uio winter
with his son. Tho body will bo sent
to Ardmoro tomorrow for Interment. '
Deceased was tho father of our
townsman A. U. Johnson, who re
ceived a 'phono mcssago Wednesday
npprlslng him of tho doaUi of his fath
er. Mr. Johnson's homo was atMcMllluti
and ho was well and favorably known
nt this place, having visited his sou
hero Just a short tlmo ago. Tho
funeral services and Interment occur
red nt McMillan yesterday. Marietta
Amalga grapes at Ham Uee's, 15c
per pound. -22-2
I Amalpn grapes nt Hnm Ueo's, lGc
! per pound. -22-2
Plneulcs Is Uio name of a new dis
covery put up In a now way. A car-
aln euro for all Kldnoy, DIood and
Madder diseases, and ovory form of
Ithcumatlsrn. Plncules rcllovcs Pack
ncho and Kldnoy Pains permanently.
f you need such a remedy let us show
ou tho wonderful Plnoulos. Sold by
Jie City Drug Storo.
Marietta Bank Officials.
At tho olectlon of odiccrs for tho
Mnrietta National Dank hold last wock
the following olllcers and directors
J. C. Washington, President; W. W.
Smith, vice-president; F. H. Sher
wood, cashier; Ovorton Ixive, J, C.
Washington, W. W. Smith, deorgo W.
llurnett, W. A. Culwcll, J. 13. Itoso, F.
II. Sherwood nnd II. It. Eldrldgo wcro
elected directors. Monitor.
D. B. Hnck, a wlde-nwako farmer liv
ing a few miles south of town, was In
Saturday and left with us a freak in
tho way of an earn of corn. At tho
base It Is nn ordinary car but from
hero two well developed cars branch
out In tho samo shuck. Verily, Ui'
Wr.shlta valley Is a corn producer.
Two ears In a shuck and two or three
shucks to tho stnlk. Pauls Vnlley Enterprise.
Long Was Released.
Tho hearing of tho habeas corpus
proceedings In tho enso of J. A. Long,
a lawyer from Wctumka, who was
held for contempt of tho court of
Comml'-'onor Swayno at Wowoka,
mentioned In Uio Times yestcrdny, re
sulted In the roloaso of Mr. Long and
he returned lo his homo In Wetumka
yesterdny. M tiskogeo Times.
Jim Crim, who lias been with C. H.
Terry for some time, left Tuesday
morning for Ardmoro whero ho will
make his liomo In Uio futuro. Jim is
a good old buy and such n thing as the
blues around him was Impossible.
Aro easily corrcctod by my method ot
Dental Surgery. DR. J. P. FANN.
Over Ramsey's Cms Storo.
Wo want you to try somo of our ex
tra good cigars. Wo novor fall lo
pleaso critical smokers.
RAMSEY'S DItUU STOKE.
This Is to glvo notice that the
Laura Nolen lot, situated on Caddo
street, between Fourth and FifUi ave
nues, which was to havo been the loca
tion of tho Cnrnoglo Library, will bo
sold nt public auction, for cash In
hand, on Wednesday, Fobruray 1, ut
2 o'clock p. m. Sale to occur where
the lot Is located.
II. II. ATKINSON,
C. P. ILVLL,
22-3t J. C. M'cNEES.
Canton Clipper Turning Plows,
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Keep tho skin soft by using Ram
sey's Witch Hazol Balm occasionally,
nnd you will novcr bo troubled with
chaps. Costs only 1G cents. Sold at
RAMSEY'S DRUG STORE.
"Lcnrn to mako tho most of lit lose
no hnppy day" drink tea at Mrs. C. I
"May thy llfo be as sweet and its
Inst sunset sky" ns golden tinted as i
good cup of tea at Mrs. C. L. A. 22
Rock Island Excursions.
Students' and Te.iober?, Holiday
rues 1004-5. For students and teach
cis of educational Institutions tba
C O. & G. Ry will sell tickets to
points In Alabama, Arkansas, Colora
do. Florida, Georgia, Ulionls, Indiana,
Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Ken
tucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minneso
ta Missouri. Tickots to bo sold on
closing day of Institution. Rato ono
and one-third tares.
W. A. DAS HI ELL.
Delicious homo-mado enndy at tho
Anderson tea. 22-5
O O D S
DAILY ARRIVING AT THE
Ardmore Dry Goods Co
ARDMORE'S FASTEST GROWING STORE
The new things are coming, much to the delight
of our customers. Every day finds something new
coming in and everyone is talKing about the beauti
ful new things at our store. Here are a few cf them.
Beautiful Crepe De Chene
iu tho loading colors, just liko you
havo always bought at $1.00 a yard, wo
aro soiling thorn at ouly
Red Seal Gingham
tho kind Unit does not fade, ologant
stylos for ladies and children only
Beautiful Embroidery and
Yon hear a groat deal about "special
sales" on those goods. You just seo our
regular price ou those and coniparo with
any "sale" price.
Exquisite New SilK Shirt
Every lady is charmed with them.
Wo want you to sou them. Wo liko lo
show you wlit'tlicr you juy or not.
New SiocK Kabo Corsets
Have no brass eyelets lo rust on your
now spring clothing. If you over used a
you will havo no other. All stylos and
all sizes .'or all forms.
Call and See These New
nnd many others which wo havo continu
ally coming. Romombor wo want your
trade and propose to keep tho goods to
got it and sell thorn at a prico that will
oll'.cc rc.li ll.il
i'ii nrnebK'i'0 St'Jmoro
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City