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Ardmore, Sunday March 4, 1908.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITG. THREE TERRITORY BREVITIES Mnrshal Marsden Is putting fome new rivets In the 11(1 at Chickasha. Tlio people of Marietta arc consid ering a proposition of putting In water works. Tsn oniployos of Uio commlHiln to the tlvo clvlllied tribe have b?en furloughod. Owners of property on Ptrot sticpl In Tulsa will soon let tin- contract for 10,000 square yards of brick- paving, President Blackwolder of tho Davln Tnrnor Falls Motor llo.id uo swys the line will be In operation within ninety (Lays. There Is talk of organizing n com puny at Sulphur to bore for hot wa ter. It U thought It ran be HecurcU nt a depth of about n.OOti feet. Will Marshall, a netrro. wan :ifct, through a window at Hugo Monday night and serlbimb wounded. There Is no clue to the party doing I he shooting. So tar this month there liuvo boii threo murders eommlltod In the Sem inole nation. Tctt mueli whisky iiniotig the Indians I given as tho cauw of tho Increase In crime. A now division has been created In tho union Indian agency at Muskogee to handle oil lenses. F. O. Jancwny has been placed In charge of tho de partment and. five men are employed In the division. Potato planting has commenced In the vicinity of Fort Gibson, sovoral hundred bushels having been put In tho,KTown, wU patent planters drawn by ono horse. About two hundred aires havo been planted up to date. Tho Arkansas river bottom land can not bo excelled for potatoes and two eroos can be raised n year. R. M. McCllntock, who has been for xomo tluio editor of tho Vlnlta Load er, has sold his Interest In that pa per to his partner, F, 8. B. Amos, and purrhased a controlling Interest In the Chieftain Publishing Co. D. M. Marrs who has been editor of tho Chieftain for fifteen yean, retires from tho active management of that paper and will engngo In other business In Mn Ha. J. Krnrik lledd. formerly of Indiana, lm lwin nnnnlnted supervisor of schools for the Cherokee nation, anc eccdlng 11. P. Copperedge, resigned. Thomas and Hoy Tato of TnUa, nged fourteen and twelve years, who xtarted out to see tho world, were mopped In St. luls and will bo re turned homo. Harry Whltledge, charged with the killing of Illrnm Ttorollng at Conlgato, last May, has boon found guilty of manslaughter and his punishment fir- nit nt five yfars In tho penitentiary nnd n $25 fino. Tho base bill fever already Ias a strong hold in tho Indian Territory and tho different papers ore giving much spaco to baso hall news. Tulsa South McAlestcr and other point aro to havo strong teams with good flnan rial backing nnd a loyal lot of fona Tho flvo tribal tax collectors In the Crock nation havo swooped down on Muakogco In a despcrato effort to com' nloto their work beforo Saturday night, whon tho tribal government offlclall yexplro and there will bo no more necessity or excuse for tribal tat. . To Take Political Ceniut. I Tho South McAlestcr Evening New ays tho Hon. Orant Victor, chairman of tho territorial Hopubllcan cxocutlvo commlttco, will bo In South McAlestcr Wcdnosday next. A scries of inml lugs will bo held next week for tho purposo of beginning uio worK or ir Ing a political census of tho territory Monday ho will meet with tho mem hers of tho territorial committee from tho Quawpaw nation at Miami. Tuo3 day with tho Chorokeo members nt Claremoro; Wednesday with tho Oreok and Somlnolp nation committeemen In Muskogee; Thursday with tho Choc taws nt South McAlostor and Friday with tlvo Chlokauaw.mambora at Ard more. Tho poll books will nrrlvo In. few days and tho poll of tho cltlon and towns will bq first taken nnd then tho nutlons will bd divided by town' whips and rnngas rind assigned to par ty workors. A complotp poll of the territory will bo raado beforo tho April elections. VELMA. Special Correspondence. clmn, I, T March 3. David Man ily ,1s still Quito sick. Mrs. Nora Stockton Is on Uio sick- list. Omer Young left last night to a tend business school In Dal'as. There Is qulto a lot of cotton still In tho fields over tho country, but farm era have dono much plowing. Farm era nro generally well u;i with the! work. Mrs. Donnoll of Howie, Texas, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrn jr. n. PronBloy. has returned homo, Andrew Pock nnd wlfo of Cornli' wcro visiting In our community tew daya this week. Dally ArJnorelte 60 eta. per montlL THE DIVORCE EVIL. There ar more divorces granted in the United Slates every year than In any other country, oxcopt Japan. Tho recorded dlvorcos during the year 1903 were "0,000 and In 1D00 nearly 20.000 divorced persons were living In this country. At tho dlvorco congress held In Washington, Clovcrnor Ponnypackor gnvo out this warning: "If you era do something to limit and check n sl-niti which promises ere loug to b a flod you may well be content." South Curollnn grants no divorces for any renton, good bad or Indiffer ent, but a citizen of South Carolina has but to cross the state line Into (Senrgla or North Carolina to obtain the coveted decree, nnd tho courts of South Carollnu are compelled to ree oirnlxe u divorce thus obtained. In New York there Is but ono recognized ground for divorce, but New Jorsy is ard by with tho recognition of many grounds. .Mnf.achuselts require n rest iUvco of live yearn to establish the rlj.!;' Ki apply for dlvorco In her courts but other New Englond status grant illvnrcoa while you wait. Malnii Is said to have the highest divorce per eentngo of any stale In tho union Some of the western tte, notorious ly South Dakota, make n specialty of free and easy divorces. Hundreds of people travel hundreds of miles to Join tho Sioux City Divorce colony every year. Whatever one's views may be us ti pcrnilsslblo causes for divorces, there can bo no question that tnese caus' es nro too common. Many may agree that Infidelity, dcucrtlon, cm lty nnd drunkenness are Just grounds for divorce; but they must also. In face of tho figures, ngreo that these offenses against tho mnr riage relatlou nnd ngolnst decency and good order as well are occurring In this country with alarming und constantly Increasing frequency. Tho dlvorco problem Is essentially the snmo thoroughout th Nation. Unl form legislation Is not quite Impossl ble, but perhaps Improbable. One state remaining outside would be- como a haven for divorce seekers from all the other Htntcs. "It Is manifestly absurd that troai state to state the requirements of dl vorcu should vary widely when mor.us are uniform; that a course of llvlns which In one Commonwealth Is loo- ed upon as lawful should In nnothor be regarded as unlawful,' adds th Atlanta Constitution. "In some states the divorce InwH are very Htrlngent: In others very lax. Hut by leaving n state of tho former kind for one or tho latter, divorce Is easy enough, Tho retult has bcon tho almost universal low of respect for marrlago as a civil Im'tltutlon at least, for lt saerwl- noss as an Institution." oo Ladles fieo Monday night, opr.i house. 4-. W. A. LEDBETTErt. The Muskogee Phoenix wonts to honor an Ardmore man by placing him on the Supreme Court ben' 'a when statehood comes, It says: "".'hero Is a well defined' movement nronk the dem ocratfl of tho proposed new state ol Oklahoma to honor a citizen of Ard rnoro with n place on tho Supreme Hench of the state If It can be done by Democratic votes. The gentleman In question IB Hon. W. A. icauoucr, than whom there Is no better lawyer In tho two territories. Mr. lAHlbottcr has been a member of the territory bar for moro than twenty years, aud no man has contributed more to tho development of his section of Uie country, or has spont moro tlmu nnd money In Washington to secure need' ed legislation for nil tho people of tho territory thuu Mr. Ledbcttcr. Ho linn been eminently successful In his prac tice, Is n man of means, a good citi zen, nnd should this honor como to n, Domocrat no moro fitting selection euld be mndo In iho now state." Notice. This Is to notify our friends nnd patrons that our office Is now over Donnor's drug storo with Dr. Payne. 14tf FANN & WOODARD. Tatum Colored Stronghold, In a recent lssuo of tho Ardmorcitu It was stated that Klmoro was a col ored stronghold. Our attention hns been called to tho fact that Tatum Is tho colored stronghold Instead of Kl moro and tho correction Is gladly mado. There aro no tolored tolks re siding nt Elmoro nor In tho vicinity. Tho referenco was made to Elmoro lu connection with the 'appointment of I Jack Walters ns deputy marshal. RAILROAD EXCURSIONS. Frisco. Eureka Springs nnd roturn. On sale dally from Feb. 1st. Rate, $12.50, re- tun limit 90 days. Rate $17.50, re turn limit C months. Sulphur Springs, I. T., nnd return On snlo dally from March 1st, Rate $2.00, return limit 90 days. W. A. DASHIELL, T. A. J. W. MAIUNu, V. P. A. WANTED. WANTED Apprentlco girls nt Mor gan & Tatum's millinery storo. 4-3 WANTED--To tradte a set of double wngon lmrneHs for u horso. J. B. 1 .coney & Co. 4 WANTED A few select boarders at 619 West Main strcot, beginning Monday. Mrs. .1. P Hudson. 4 WANTBD Two men In each county to represent hardware department. Established hous. Salary $21 week ly. Kxpcnbo money advanced. Ad dress Hardware Desk 5, The Colum bia House, Chicago. 4 WANTED Men to loam barber trade Splendid ttrae to begin. Uusy season Hoou Pew wecEn completes. Top wages puld graduates. Positions wnltlng. Dest trade In tho world for poor mnu Lltllo expense. Write nearest branch. Moler Harbor Col leo, Ft. Worth or Dallas, Texas. 4-Ct VANTHI Managers every section, o nppolnt ngonts; new scientific game; replacing forbidden slot ma cJilnoH, strictly lawful everywhere; played with nickels or pennies; made In threo St?lcB two stylos resemble cash registers, ono style lightly constructed, weighs only twelve pounds, bolng very dcslrablo to operate on percentage In public places; sold on credit or rented; samples loaned managers free, American Skllllaid Co., Correspond cnt 75, Chicago. WANTBD For traveling man's wife, furnished room with board, bath If possible; prefer private family. Ad dress W. A. flhclnold, Whlttlngton hotel. 2-2 WANTED To buy a one-room 80!" vant house. J. C. Preddy. 1-4 WANTED Everybody's good soft and stiff felt and Panama hats to clean, remodeled nnd reband like new. Johnson, the St. 1wls Hal tor. Wheeler building. W. Main street. 1 WANTED To rent after April 1 small three or four-room cottago with hall, back nnd front yard must bo nice. Phone C09 or nd dress Box 425, city. 28 WANTED At once. Ono or two girls to train as nurses. Ar.lmoro Santtn rluin. 30tt FOR RENT. ROOMivand board, oii0 block soutli of the court house. Mrs. Dell. 1 FOU KENT Furnished rooms, one block south of the court house. Mrs, W. M". Iloblnibn. 1-3 FOU RENT A nice furnished room for a gentleman. Cor D si and 3d nvc., N. W. Telephony 424. 1 FOR HENT Furnished rooms. Mrs Elln Hunter. Phone 517, 303 North Cuddo. 25-6 FOR SALE. FOR SALE Two pool tables and out fit In good condition, Apply nt enstcln's. 11 kqu SAU-JPure strain IJarrod Ply. mouth Ttock egas. $1.00 per sottin Jim McCann, nt Wall's drug stoic. 2-lm FOR' SAU3 Flnu fresh hot barbe cue, cooked every day. Bring your bucket and jjel gravy. Davis Market, W. Main St. 4 s4 FOR SALE Egga for hatching from pure atrulu Dluck iJtngshnn chicle ciiH COc per Bottlug. 8eo O, N. Hodges at Hyden-liodgcs Co, 14 FOR SALE llarred Plymouth Rock und single comb White l.'tjhorn eggs of Uio lieut. btraln. Plata. View F.irra. Phono 372. Felix J. Kins, Prop. pou SAIJ5 Entlro block, 7 lurgo IoIb, dwelling, orchard, etc. bargain S100U. Six doslrablo lots, largo size, $1000. Cottage of six rooms, doslrablo lo cation, southwest part of city, $1300 O. M. Redfleld, over Post Office. Mm FOR SALE Corner lot, A street nnd 1st nvonuo, S. W. Very desirable and woll Improved. Very chonp for cash. Seo Mrs. M. A. Howard on tho premises for full particulars. Must soil at once. ' 27-b' FOU SALE Eggs for hatching from thoroughbred Barred Plymout! Roclca. H, B. Thompson strain. J. T, Byars, L st N. W. 27-lm FOR SAIJ3 My entlro possession In Ardmoro property ant, ouslness. Per fect title. Reason Tor selling Is Im paired health of ray wlfo. W. A. Watts. 2C-lm FOR SAIJ'j Tho' furniture of a live room house, closo in. Purchaser cau rent house In which furnltiirn now Is. Call at Ardmorolte. 25-U HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. ompiled by the Chickasaw Title Co., Abstractors. Orrlit M Hcdflcld to Isaac Leigh, lot i: block 441, Ardmore Considera tion $270. John II. Frazler to Orrln M. Hod- lleld. lots 3, t nud S, block 119; lots nnd 4, block 130, Ardmore; consider ation $50C. William (lenu to Albert Splttlcr, lot 10, .block 98, Ardmore. Consideration $100. William Oenn to Albert Splttlcr, lot block 9S, Ardmore. Consideration $20. Lcale E. Fieldt) to J. H. Klnnard. parcel of land In See. 25, T I BK 3 E. Consldvratlon $1500, Albert fc Netties to W J need, parcel of land In Sec. 27, T I 8, It .1 E. Consideration $2C0. Josephine Drown to W V Kendall, parcel at land In Sew. 17 nnd 21, T 4 S, R 2 E. Consideration $2500. C. and C, Nations to William Genu, lot 10, block 98, Ardmore. Consldera tlon $938. Wlllam P Parker to Andrew C Pickens, lots 1, it nnd 7,, nnd north hnlf or lot 2, block 93, Duvls. Cousld erntlon $l(km. C. and C. Nations to Mollic Martin, lots 2, 3, 4 and fi, block 4C2, Ardmore. Patent. C. nnd C Nations to Luther D. Ma son, lot 4, block 225, Ardmore. Patent Luther D. Mason to Charles B. Fra, ley, lot 4, block 225, Ardmore. Cons'd erntlon $1200, D. E. Parker to T. A. Thurmond, lot 7, block 219, Ardmore. Consldera tlon $C00. J. H. Stong to trustees of Presbyto rlan church, Ardmore, I. T part of lot 3, block 17C, Ardmore. Consider.! tlon $1.00. Emily Comstock to Charles B. Frn ley, lots 1 and 2, block 12. McUili Place, Ardmore. Consideration $150 Charles B. Praley to Emily Com- utv- n f.r nrr lm nnrili ol.l nt ini I . .v . ..w. ... i 5; block 253. Ardmoro. ConsldcrnMin 1.00. Cheap Roods are always IiIrIi at any price. Our wnter pipe Is the best. rite-tens, Kennedy & Spraglns Co. BIG AUCTION SALE. Of Real Estate on March 22 and 23, In Ardmere. I'hc greatest sale of real estate that has ever occurred in tho cjy of Ardmoro. Scvcnty-ttro lotH, improved und unimproved, will bo placed on the market to bo sold at public auction Scrcnty-two, among which, arc some of Uio most desirable business nnd resident property In tho city. Many of tho lots arc on Main, llroadwoy and C streets, tho principal streets at he city. Invest In Ardmoro real cstete beToro It Is too late Property In Avdmorc M on the lacrcAse. Do not mlsi an opportunity which will not present itself again. Tho terms aro easy, one fourth down and tho bal ance In dne, two and threo years, to draw eight per cent Interest. Don't ' fortct the date, Mtorcli 22 and 23, 25-lm f C, LEBUllE. Slovens, Kenncrly & Spraglns Co. have 50,0000 ft. water plpo to lay nt tho lowest price. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States court In the Indtnn Torrltory, Southorn district; LoIb Hicks, plaintiff vs., Elmer E Hicks, defendant, No. C614. Tho defendant Elinor E. Hicks, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff. Lois Hlcko. Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsend Judge of said court, and tho seat there of, this 1st day of Foby., 190C. (Seal) CM. CAMPBELL, Clork. Ily W, S. CROCKETT, Deputy Clerk O. P. Putty, nttornoy. Attorney for non-rosldont, II. Wolvorton. First published Fob. 2, 1900. M. WARNING ORDER. In the United States court In tho In dlan Territory, Southern district: Eula Wnrd, plaintiff, vs. Will Ward, defendant No. C557. Tho defendant Will Ward Is warn ed to appear In litis court In thirty clnys and answer tho pomplalnt of tho plaintiff, Eula Ward. Witness tho Honorable Hosea Townsend, Judgo of nald -court, and tho seal thereof, tills 27th day 0' February, 1006. (Seal) O. M'. CAMPBELL, Clerk By W. b. CROCKETT, Deputy. Crucc, Cruco ft Bleakmoro, attor neys. S. II. Butler, attorney for non-rosl dent. First published Feb. 28, 100G. WOODMEN CIRCLE. Meets first Monday nrtornoon at 3 o'elo.'k end third Sirday night at h o'clock In aach month. MRS. A. E. CURTIS. Ouard, MnS. T. H. STURGEON, Clerk. COAL! WE HANDLE ONLY McAlestcr Lump, McAlestcr E$iti McAlestcr ..ut, Penn sylvania Antracite, Arkansas Antracitc W handle uothlag elao-no chaap cost. Wo Iwb thn bt equipped dalUerr urstnm In the cltj, you eat jour cunt the dar jou order. TELKI'IIONK UA ARDMORE ICE COMPANY CALIFORNIA AND NORTH PACIFIC COAST Very Low Rates in Effect Doily until April 7, 1906 Many Routes from which to Malic YourlChoicc I mm PULL INFORMATION ON HKQUKHT Geo. U. Lbk, Gen. Pass. Agt Uttlo Heck, Ark. J. S. McNally, Div. Pass. Agt Oidnhoma City ARDMORE. The larirt, the beat equipped, the mot mon iocifol bulnpm oollPk'o In Indian Mr, Day puplla attend nlirnt aonixil witnoat lornniimueii acnoiaranip. iiuam tin 10 nun t snr time, Krory papll li plioed on hU merit or mjr drnoo reptdlr hit eblllll will permit. ThoroaKh trelnlsir In PborteKt lime cwnalttnet with etnolenar. Kalerenoea Any bank or bualneaa Drm In Ardmore. For cataluttueaddreaa O. P. 8ELVIDOB, A. U. U., ACCTfln TIME TADLK. Frisco. EaBtbound No. 42 leaves G;05 a. m No. 41 loaves 12:50 p. m. Westbound- No. 43 arrives 0:05 a. ra No. 41 arrives 7:3C p. m Choctaw-Rock Island, Eastbound No. 84 (local) leave 7:00 a. m No 10 leave 2:40 p. m. Westbound No. 9 arrives 1:30 p. m. No. 83 (local) arrive 8:30 p. a Sinttfi, Southbound- No. 5 4:00 n m No. 17 4:20 p. m. No. 19 12:85 p. m . ILi. K 12: 50 a. m 0! & ''.'.'.'.'.'.'.''.'.'.' a. m. 0. 20 5:35, p. m. Nos. C. G. 19 atd 20 are local trains, hllo No;, 17 and 18 stop at no msll er stations only on being flagged. Slovens,, Kcnncrly & Spragln Co, uso tho best grado of aurfacu plpo nni1 trlmmlnga. All guaranteed. For the Farmer. John Deero Plows, ' John Deero Stalk Cutters. Corrugated Iron and Barbod w-lro at BIVENS, CORHN & PRICNBLBY'8. Seed OaU. The best of seed o,ita for sale at Ualrd & Co. wood yard, four blocks south of court house. 25d6-wl ChlcKasaw Telephone Co. Coupons Long dlstanco coupons will bo oIu on tho following uaslH in tho future. lOpor cent discount will bo glvon on ifua.w. 15 per cent discount will be given on &v.w. 20 per cont discount will be gtvon on iuu.uu. Coupons to bo bought and paid lor in ndvanco or before opening an account. Wm. II. Berry, Gen. Mgr. L. O. fouis, I'rea. Organlied:iS7l The Fidelity Mutual Lite Insurance Company Mako your'assuranco doub ly sure by allowing me to insuro your insurance. . : : I can do it vory reasonable. Jns. T. Burns, Gen. Afit. OtUceiorer Donncr'a, Ardmore, I. T. COAL! TIIE IND.TER. lrctloal. the mont progretilre nd tin Territory. Day anil nlirbt aobool the entire eitra onarire. Tuition no per month or IK per month or If I'ntilli tnir entti- rer uiunio. miTaoaiion. i-apua may eni' Prt.aldent, Ardmor, ladlsji Trrttm WARNING ORDER. In the United Stales court In tho Indlnn Territory, Southorn District A. L Tlpps, plalutltf vs. Mlnuld Tlpps, defendant, No. 6630. The defendant, Mlnnlu Tlpps, U warned to appear In this court lu thirty days nnd answer tho complaint of Uio plaintiff, A. U Tlpps, Witness tho Hon. Hosoa Townsend, JudRO of said court, and tho seal there of, tblB 13th da of Foby, 1900. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Cleric Ily W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy Clerk. Davis & Freeman, attorneys. Atterney for non-resident: S. H Ilutler. First published February 13, 190G. , WARNING ORDEfy Id tho United States court In Mi Indian Torrltory", Southorn District: Ida K. Underwood, plaintiff, ra. Jno. O. Underwood, defendant, No. 8528. Tho defendant, Jno. O. Underwood, Is warned to appear In this court la thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Ida E. Underwood. Witness the Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judgo of said court, and tho trsJ thereof, this 10th day ot Foby, 1900. (Seal) O. M. CAMPBELL. CUrlc By W. S. CROCKETT, D. Clork. Brown & Turner, attorneys. Attornoy for non resident, S Butler. First published, Fob. 11. 1906. 1L WARNING ORDER. In tho United States Court In th Indian Torrltory,' Southern DIstHct: Nancy Arabolla Puryo.ir, plaintiff, vs. E. H. Purycar, defendant, No. 053C. Tho defendant, J? H. Purycar, la warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint ot tho plaintiff, Nancy Arabella Puryoar Witness tho Honorablo Hosea Town send, Judgo of said court, and tho seal thereof this 17th day . of February, 190C, C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk. (Soal- By W. S. CROOKBTT. Deputy. P. B. H. Shearer, attornoy. Attornoy for non-resident: S,' J. Stobnugh. First published Feb. 16, 1906. WARNING ORDER. lu the United States court In th Indian Torrltory, Southern-district: M'attle B. 'Foslor, plaintiff, iva. W. T. Foiter, defendant. - Tho defendant W. T, Foster, la warned to' appear in this court In thirty' days nnd answer tho complaint ot tho plaintiff, Witness tho Hon, Hosea Townsend. Judgo of said court and the seal there of, this 21th day ot Fobruary, 1906, (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. By OF.O. T. OATES, Deputy. Cruco, Cruco & Bleakmoro, attor neys. Sam H. Butler, attorney for non resident. First published Feb. J5, 1906.