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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmore, Thurda) , October 5, 1903.
c Jiailn SUiunorcilc.
SIDNEY SIKJGS, Proprlctir.
(Stored at Uio Postollico at Ardtnore
as Second-class Matter,
November 2, 1803.
Mnnncor'B OfflCO 638
Ottr Keillor's Oinco .6
Published ovorjr afternoon (except
fcrtuxday) and miuuajr inonjinn.
Offlco ot publication North Waahlng
:m trcet .
Ob Week J
( Payablo In Advance.
Tho offlclal nowspaper ot tao unit
1 States court for tho Southern Dis
trict Indian Territory. Also for tho
Chickasaw Stock Association of tho
ldlan Territory, and tho offlclal organ
trf the city.
Any erroneous reflection upon tho
mcter and reputation oi uy
oa which may bo printed In tho Ard
oilte, or any artlclo based on ro
mtU that nro falsa, will bo gladly cor
rmnn If brought to the attontlon of
Ardmore, Thursday, October 5, 1905.
Europe would doubtless Blvo a big
tonus for a combination that coum
lick lmth BnHland and Japan In the
Up to the present date no onthusl'
anni has boon manifested In tho sopa
rat state movement In this part of
tho mundana sphere.
A Mttlo thine like ordering a war
vnol iii nn Infected port dooB not
stay the determination of the prosl
dcut to vIMt Now OrlcnnH.
T.tuU youiis elerti who showed how
eiwy It Is t outwp a bank -will prolw
1K- 11 ml hi demonstration Hood for
tine ImnH but bad tor lilm.
PITY THE RICH MAN.
.lr. Itockoffllsr snys that there are
things more plenihiit than tho a muss
liiK of wealth. He's right. Thuto's the
HimndliiR of H, for Instance.
Uvsrylmily ugreeH tin tns iw.iten
tlury Is tho place for thoe gentry who
hold up stago coachon and railroad
trains.. How about those who hold Up
tho whole country.
Stories of mighty yields of corn nro
now due. This territory raised mio ot
the greatest crops of corn over pro
lmyd In any country. In bvery Hectltm
of tho territory tb crop wns well nigh
j .f. i
"Peace hath uer victories no less re
nowned than war." She also hath her
heroes no less courageous than thoae
of war, as witnoss those Umisliiuu
jiliyslclans and others who are lighting
tho yellow plague.
The Now York courts are now be
Kinnlng. to ititfk about tho Patrick
pleadingi; as Tf.Kolent, Thai about
Hjii'lla the HnUli of the man who has
made tho greatest tight for life ever
known In American jurisprudence.
KoeUefeller has given $10,000,000 to
au educational fund. Kluco he has ac
quired enough money to last him until
death, If he practices reasonable econ
omy, ho Is now devoting his wonderful
energies to making himself popular.
Prosldont Itooseveil does not favor
Kuuernl rate making power for the
government. Ho does believe, howev-
or, that the government should havo
jiowor to correct existing evils In
rates when they are proven to exist,
Instead of leaving the matter of cor
ruction optional with tho railroads. In
other words, lie would make tho gov
eminent bigger than the railroads.
win. li. Curtis, tlie Chicago corre
spondent, says the Portland fair Is a
"genuine success." Ills reconiineadii'
Hon would havo had more effect In
this section of the United States had
ho never visited and written up Okla
homa and Indian Territory, Just throe
days being required to mako the com
plete tour ami Solve all of the qus
Hons thnt have been bothering the
Iieoplo here for years.
A story Is told of a Kansas veteran
at (he O. A. It. reunion in Denver who
went Into a saloon and bought a pint
of whisky. When ho had paid for It
Ihu bartender handed It u him, m.d
ho loaned over and whispered In the
bartonder's ear: "Whore will I (lad a
Rood place to drink It?" "Right here,'
answered uio uarxeop. "No, no," ro-
Illel tho Kansan, "I'm from Kansas
and It won't tnsto right unluss I drink
it In the dark."
Tho unexplained suicide of Wllllnm
It Travors, a Now York millionaire,
following upon the sensational revela
tions amon tho captains of nnanco
and industry during the last few
weeks, reminds us that the rich no
leas Hum the poor have their woes.
Indeed. If tht truth were known, per
haps tho rlili havo more than the
Ior. Certainly they havo as many
temptations, wth even moru opior-
tunltles; and. since they are all Rons
of Adam and prone to evil, probably
they sin tho more and consequently
suffer Uio more.
It Is easy to understand that the ox
Ironies of poverty and riches are alike
prolific of crime. If the desperately
poor are tempted to thievery, tho ultra
rich arc nono the less tempted; w
crimes of higher finance, for the loVe
of gain la a passion as flerco ns hun
gcr or lust and lends its victims Just
as far from righteousness. If tho strug
gllng and hor-closs. woman breadwln
nor Is tempted to depart from tho
paths of virtue, tho pampered woman
of high fortune Is none the less tempt
ed to venture Into the paths of dal
It tho petty courts arc crowded
with the pstty crimes of tho slums,
tho higher courts are congested with
tho contentions of great corporations
and Individuals quarreling anil cheat
Ing among themselves or adroitly
seeking to evade the penalties of the
If the streets of tin) cities nrc ihro'K
ed with miserable magdaloiios, the rec
ords of tho divorce courts nro reek
ing with tho scandals of tho palaces
It the poor nro unhappy. In their dog-
nidation, tho. rich are humiliated by
tho exiMisiiros which reveal their mor
If extreme poverty Is tho result o
m abject capacity, extreme. woalth 1
the result of nn Infirmity and equally
a curso to the victim and to society
as a whole.
Hctween tho two unhappy and iiiv
wholesome' vxtrrmes there is' a great
middle class of the successful wage
earner and the moderately well-to-d
of tiio trades and professions, anion
whom are the only really happy peo
ple In tho whoJe striving mass, for
they alone havo the poise ot chara
tor which makes for contentment
No well ordered mind will envy th
rich, as riches are reckoned In' this
golden iiKO- The ruvels of frenJed II
nauce -and the orgies of high society
nro more sickening than tho crime
.of the tenements mini tho slums, for
they Oxhlblt a. progression In wicked
hobs more appalling than the deprav
ity of-tho original state, wherein tl
poor wretch has never had u taste
of tho decent life and consequently
knows lltt a of the sweetness of i
More anil more Is It appearing th
thu Groat Teacher spoke a truth
philosophy and a fact of human cxpe
rlenco when ho declared that It
easier for a camel to pass through the
eyo of a needle than for n rich ni
to enter the kingdom of heaven.- -He
(Uy E, E. nutllot & Co., members of
New Orleans cotton isxcnange.j
Ardmore. October 1. Tho following
re the quotations for today:
Oct Nov ft rw ft 41
Nov Deo & i 5
Deo Jn - 8 4T S 4
tl Fell 4 M M
eti Mar ... S M 5 l
Pcorln. 111.,' Oct.-- G. V. C. Dough
erty, for uiauy years- stato superin
tendent of schools and ' one ot 'tho
'.most prominent' educators In tho
country, Is under arrbst,-following nn
indictment iy tno grand jury, cliarg'
lug him with forgery.
Spots and Sales.
New York Futures.
Open High Low
.to 2: 10 28 1(1 is
.. 10 32 10 33 10 23
.....I0 47 10 47 10 V
Spots and Soles.
New Orleans Futures.
Open High Low
!)O0 . 10 31 10 25 10 tl
an 0 3-J 10 31 10 20
Mill- .10 43 10 49 10 38
8pots wd Sales.
Mny . ..
. 43 S-fl
SENTIMENT AGAINST VVITTE.
Developed at St. Petersburg Muntcl- j
St. Petersburg, Oct. 6. Strong sent
Intent against Wlttc developed at tho
caucus of tho St. Petersburg munlcl
pallty yesterday, which was called to
discuss clvl" action In recognition ot
his services at Portsmouth. A rcso-l
lutlon was adopted declaring "ho la
not worthy of any special honor be
cause his services at Portsmouth were
only a redeeming sacrifice for tho po-
lltical mlstnkes In which ho has ac
quiesced and which were responsible!
for the war." I
COLORADO DEPOSITORS SUFFER. j
Examination Shows Quarter of a Mil
lion Dollars Missing. j
Alamosa, Colo., Oct, C Develop
ments show about two hundred nndl
fifty thousand dollars missing from
the Alamosa bank, which closed todny.
The owners, Herman Schiffer of Now
York, Abraham Schiffer and Isaac
Schiffer of Alamosa are not hero. Tho
assignee, O. V. Urlckenstcin, admitted
that seventy thousand dollars ot the
depositors' money went Into a doubtful
mining venture at Idaho Springs.
, Thcro Is little furniture required
in many professional offices besides
a combination of Globc-Wernicke
desk and bookcase sections. Par
ticularly adapted to tho require
ments of teachers, physicians
attorneys, librarians and private
von sale sr
R. A. J 0 N E S
South Dakota Bank Burglary.
Springfield, S. D., Oct. D. Burglars
last night forced an entranco to the
Hank of .Springfield nnd blew open
tho door of tho vault with dynamite.
They escaped with $5,200.
FOUND A bundle of men's clothing.
Owner can have property by de
scribing nnd paying for this adver
tising. H. B. Vaughn, West Alain
43 1-4 j
Chloairi) 15,000 12MM
Kansas City . 7Ju0 9,00j
Omaha 4AtO S.OW
tint: stesdy 4M0le(t over.
Heels liu(cs ii e.ir asu
tiooil IS-fSO ,
t.littl" tui ily -. '
buc li r. UK .
Ardmore prices. .
Cotton sold on the streets today for
!).(!." to U.Tjc. Seed cotton, .-S.4)5c to
Never Ask Advice.
When you have a cough or cold
don't ask whnt Is good for It and get
some medicine with littlo or no merit
and perlmp4 dangerous. Ask for Fo
ley's Honey and Tar,' tho f,i-eatest
throat and lung remedy, It cures
coughs and colds quickly. Sold by the
City Drug Store.
Tho Ardmorello sells coupon books.
WE KNOW a possessor of
a South Ilcntl Watch tnovo
i on"; who had it reyulntcd
h st Christ m:is. It, lias not
varied from Western Uni'jti
.timo since that, ditto.
RODEMT5EKG, Sniith Go's.
20-yrjir tmtv in'ond wtfeli
chains art; huilt lilte :i
yj'itr watch case.
Uavo Mr. N'i.Von (show both
of thoni lo you.
DllUGOIST AND .lEWKLV.ltH
Wo have juit received our complete line of
Fall and Winter Suitings
and are prepared to give you more for your money than
EVER. Before placing your order call and examine our
line. Our prices are RIGHT. Come and see.
Suits From $2.00 up
Every Thing a Man Wears Except Hh Shoes
W. JI. Byrd $ Co.
Lotii tlisti s yet:- old, tbe
become tho preforred train for
teeu Kanes? City end Clilc.go.
truin Is owned and operated by the
c.tr on tills
I Uimmt iiwaise & Si, Pool Rv, t
!3ompsrtmtut-(b3rrvation sIcep'.TB. otintlurd tlci.p
ern( xttnlt.K osri, chair or ati i cOrtCbes were nit built
V"fiIfil" for The Southwest Limited, and 3re without
eqn il In boauty and corufort
Leave Kansas City, Union tftntloo, 5:53 p.ul.j Oraat'
Avenue, 0:n" p. hi. Arrive Ub'ago, Ujilon Station, S;6C
a. m., in time for trains to tho north unil tho earn, .
for the day's buslnon.
G. L. C03R, F. SMITH,
jjj Southwestern I'asnener -Scsnl, Cu-wiuerciul A:etl,
jj 007 flatu St., Kaasaa City, ,lo. aoi-Joa 5lou;litef HldR, Dsllas
, I I 1 , , I .. . I I 1 1 1 .
READY TO WEAR GARMENTS
Working Graft in Missouri.
V. rVeeman. clerk ot (lie U
Court of Appeals, Ik cxposliiK n BUiooth
urafter U several dik firms in Kan
wis City, who have been taken
tiy 0110 A. U MelcH, who claims t
represent the "Corporation Trust Co.'
of South MeAIester. The exposure fol
lowed the itcelp.t of several letters
from duped corporations at Kansas
City. One firm sent Mr. Freeman a
printed prospectus of the so-called
Trust company, which quotes the net
of cousresa placing Uio laws of Ar
kansas in force lu Indian Territory,
rcKUlntlnK foreign corporations, und
providing for resident agents for the
same. Meigs tells the corporations
that ho will get a certificate from
tho court of appeals showing his au
thority to act as territorial agent for
them, and places his fee at fw. The
firms think the law Is a new one, and
hand over the dough, nnd in the case
of each 0110 reported, they nlready
havo a territorial agent. One of the
duped frniB writing Mr. Freeman Is
the II. N. Straight Manufacturing Co.,
another the 1 lodge-Walsdi Co., both of
Kansas City. Freeman has udvl;ed
the firms to place their payment to
Meigs on the loss column of their
Levee Contractor Dins Up Dead
Dumps Remains In Levee Work.
l'lne Hluff. Ark.. Oct. l.-Vnlker
Stiuidcll, u prominent levee contractor,
his foreman, William Yager, and six
negro employes have Inen arrested
here, charged with desperating graves
in Hollvar township cemetery.
Stansell is from Clreeiivllle, Miss,
and Is well known ns a large con
tractor. He and his men aro alleged
to nave -wantonly plowed through 11
cemetery nnd piled tho remains ot
burled persons Into tho lovco work.
Tho state law provides, a penalty
of Imprisonment and n heavy flno for
Stansell nnd ills men mado bonds
and wero released.
There is no house in Ardmora or the Territory which is better prepared to serve you in the line of ready-to-wear
garments. This department has ceased to be an experiment with us and has become one of
the strongest and most important in our house. We attribute our large business in this line to the fact
that we handle well Known and strictly reliable malles-thereby placing before our trade First Class
Man-tailored garments, which stand the critical test of the closest inspection by those who Know first
class tailoring. Our new Fall StocK is a model of excellence in both assortment and beauty. From the
White Cashmere for the" wee tot to the Finest Kersey for the g'rownup follls. From the " HnicKerbocK
er " for the 3-year-old youngster to the new " Kirschbaum Special" for men. :: :-: : :.:
We Want to Show Them to You SS&SE
Cravenettc Coats nro all the rage. We havo alvesuly ilono
an excellent business on
JAPANESE NEARING HOME.
thorn. New ones coming in all
LADIES . STEEL GREY
CRAVENETTE COATS invisi
ble check, trimmed in covered
buttons, shirred back with
straps worth 12.00, our
pricey. , $7.50
LADIES BROWN CRAVEN
ETTE COATS, box plait buck
with straps, trimmed in covered
buttons, a little boauty
LADIES TAN CRAVENETTE
COATS, shirred back with
straps, collnv and cuffs, pointed
with velvet nnd braid, nothing
bettor in city for 18.00 cut
price $12.50 "
LADIES TAILORED SUITS
in all tho new cloths, all prices.
"FABIAN SKIRTS "all man
Wo call your attention to tho fact that wo handle threo of
the best made and most stylish lines of clothing made in
the. North or east, rlillcr Mahe, Schwab a Kirschbaum.
We guarantee these to bo equal to any make sold in Ard
more. Wo will save you from 2.50 to 5.00 on your suit.
Mens Black Granite suits
you pay- elsewhere 14;00or
1j3 00 our prico ,$10.00
Mens Blue Slater Flannel
suits others get 1,0.00 for,
them, hero $7.50
Mens Fancy Worsted suits
others ask 18.00 for them
here...... , $12.50
Price suits elsowhoro at
25.00 and wo will match
them at $18.00
.Representatives With Peace Treaty
, . Reach Yok6hama
ToUio, Oct. 5. .Y. A. Maw, director!
of political affairs of the Japanese ,
foroljrn office, nnd-H. W. Denlson. ad
visor of the Japaneso foroign offlce.J
arrived In YjokoUotna today from So--ut
the,, bringing tho neaefl treaty sl?n d
ni I'ortHinouui, .and left ImmediaMy
; lor iokio.
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