The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 102, Ed. 1, Monday, March 7, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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gfyc Jiaihj rDmorciic.
A HEARST VICTORY
lilDNEY HVOOS Proprietor.
Hut.rcd at the I'oBtoOco t Ardmore
m gecond-clfcM Mall Matter.
November 2 iohj.
CAN LEASE MINERAL LANDS. I
I'uWUlied every afternoon (ccept
jiturdajr) and Sunday n?rn'nfj
Oflce of publlcatisn North Wan-
i week t
Oa month ......
The OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of the
Cnlted fctates Court for the Southern
Dlitrlct. Indian Territory; alo for
th Chlckaiaw Block Aanoelatlon of
U Indian Territory and the official
r-n of tbo city. .
Aay erroneous reflection upon the
Lracter or reputation of any pemon
irblch may be printed In tbo Ardmore-
lt or any article based on report
tint are falie will b Kindly corrected
il brought to the attention of the pub-luher.
( i!lr r-oi anl'-r in th- il
'iifMn from Warren. Ohio about th-
iMory for Hearst IB the rh)kc of
i h flrat delegate Hectl for th-
national convention lit St. IxmiIr.
lard fight tM HMkt aflhlnit Hparat
by the MJtr ?lmeitU of Imocracy.
It was tine fteld acfttiNK I ho N
Yurk editor and lie won. Thw super-
nil t lot amotix the . Dewuxrau may
find wKtwlhlnK ominous In this contest.
With thf nrestli! of victory on his
nk- at th start he has a chance to
art snprt In the subfcotueit lec-
tiorw for dvlilHtes which mlet other-
wim. have been withheld.
n'. j ...j i . ....
JAPANESE FLEET BOMBARD TH
PORT FOR AN HOUR.
Rutilam Report That No Damage
Wat Done The Japanese Fleet"
' Stood Too Far Out to Sea.
' Ships Are Ice Clad.
VlattroMok March 7. A flM of five
Japanese batttebfcln nml two cm i Mrs
-rportant Ruling Which Will Bene't
Chickasaws and Choctaws...
not I co from the department of thf
nt'-rlor that the attorney-general ra'l
afcl an opinion relative to l-alns
mineral land in the Choctaw and
Chickasaw nations has been receiver
Tho opinion holds that too Choc aw.s
.and Cbkkataws enn leai-e their lands
for a period of five years for mineral
! purpose without the approval of the
i secretary of the Interior.
! This Ih an lmirtant matter to tin-
citliens of the two nation. It means
that they will be able to develop nt
once the mineral lands of those two
nultorw and by the expiration of live
year leases they will then be free
from all restrictions by virtue of ex-
Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe Railway.
Galveston & Chicago Hip. . .3M0 a. m.
Cleburae &. K. C. Kxp 4:40 p. m.
'alveston & Cblcaxo Kip.. 12:36 a. m.
Ckrburnv & K. C. Kxp 11:50 p. m.
. .lfvuv aBd iHimtMnlMd lb town ami
that case thi Sw Man will enter the- ... . i P'ratlon of time and can lease or sell
ventkm wltA a powerful backing " . "7 ' " ' 'at pleasure
... . a. I1 flt approached from tht dlrc J; r"
i ins matter na been tied tip somr
Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf Railway.
Arrive at Ardmore 1:0 p. rn.
boave Ardmore 3.80 p. m.
Lcl frelKht carrying passengers
sJio. No tralna on Sundays.
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway.
Leave Ardinoro dally 8:30 a. m.
Arr. Ardmoro dally 12:10 p. m.
6.C&V0 Ardmoro dally 2:35 p. m.
An. Ardmoro dally G:2D p. m.
Mixed Train Lv. Ardmoro. .0:00 a. m.
Ulxed Train Arr Ardmoro. .0:00 p. m.
All United Statos malls close 3
ilnutes prior to train time.
Hereafter the malls will bo closed
. " n m. instoad of 8 p. m. us form
rly. D. nEDKlEKD. P. M.
i-itplrations. He made
tt cm. and thought that neither Hearst
"Will go on Your Bond"
Wc are agent? for the American bonding Co r nd are prepared
to furnish bonds ol all classes at fdlr rates.
We also write I:lre Cyclone Plate Olass Accident
and Health Insurance In first-class companies.
BLANT0N & BERKSHIRE
Office Second stairway west of the SS'hittlngton Motel.
ARDMORE. : IND. TER.
at the east en
J? . ? L'rorl bay and about thlrt-m h Mon whf"h ram
J2T" I " "t of VladWoatok W- ' ' rtr victory fo
Rnterlnft L'suii Iiay the enemy formed
a line of battle but did not approach
1 1 a closer range titan a mile and one-
third. They directed their fire aaralnsr
the stare batttaiea and the town but
the Cboctawa and Chickasaw who
are flfthtlnx to keep the hand of the
secretary off their lands and manae
I mewl thereof In every way.
nor anybody else treaty the Hearst
movement with any seriousnoaa. nut
l.e ha discovered his mistake. 8m-
Khrewd Democrats gravped the por-
t.nts earlier than did the Hepnhllcan i " " " ; Burglary at Halleyvllle
en.l foresaw Hearst's growing I " """ " .7 . .. Srwwlal to the Ardmorelte.
Htrength. There Is not the .lightest t ? nel'- " Halleyvllte. I. T.. March 7 -Mytrs
num u..r.. commanae.i A jHfyl the srKeat dry goods chjlJj
by Oeneral. Veronets and Artmonoff. K hhw h(MtJ tbe ctJ.
im am rrpijr awniung a Closer Bp- robbed
WEST END GROCERY
Mt I. HKT1I Prop.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Flour and Feed
The ouly place in the West End to buy Groceries
and aa Cbeap as any plare in the city. Special
City Delivery. We solicit your patronage.
Cor. 2nd Ave.
and N. St. S. W. Phone 340
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TERMS OF U. 3. COURT.
15 1301 ;
At Ada February
At Tlshomlngo-Kebnirary 29 1901;
At Chlckasha March 21 1901; two
At Ryan April 4 1904; two weeks.
At Pauls Valley April 18 1901;
1904; threo weeks.
At Purcell May 9 1901 and Janu-
ary 2 1905; ten days ench.
At Ardmore May 19 1901 and Jan-
uary 12 1905; lasting llvo weeks or
it you turn in a nre alarm by tele
shone don't call for tho flro depart-
ment but tell "Centrnl" whero ti
rn Is. L. C. SIAUQllTKn Chief.
doubt that he Is gaining but whether
he will be strong enuugh to get two-1
llili-i! .f t Ha ..int'bllllnn mw i . i-un nn
thlnl. Is something which i yet to I "'m"1
i ip 1Pl.r.iBd inM ' 2:10 P na-
In a conversation in whl-h there In' rflr ln ln alrecU0" rf
a. much chaos as seetna Ui be booked i "rP.o
for that at St. In almost anything Ht lrW Wtl near AskolJ
can tskt. nlacP ThM I. .Irlft i. """" l" w "
wHnl and aspirant so far aa the gen-i
ral public can see. except In the raac
of Hearst. He la umloubtedly gain-
ing ground. This promises to be a
yar for the Detflocmtlc party no mat-
ter who It puts up but the question of
the man it ptita up haa considerable
ii.tereet for the Itepubllcans and a
vital Interest tor his own political as-
sociates Nothing Is In sight at this
moment which can put tho Kepiiblicun
majority in the electoral college In
1MM yet the canva.iH in detained to he
Interesting. An exciting hlMtorlcally
imporlam ahKemblage will he that
whli ii will mi " t in Si Louis July i;
ered with Ice..
The atttick resultott In no loss to
the Ituaaiana but coat the enemy 500-
000 roubles ($100000) in ammunition.
Most of the projectiles were six and
twelve-Inch sheila. The population of
Vladivostok was warned this morning
01 the presence on the horlton of a
hostile Beet and the prospect of at-
tack during the day but it remained
Saturday night. Overcoats.
suits suit case hats and shoes wcr-
taken. Entrance was gained by prizing the
shutter off the back window and
breaking the glass in the window.
Ardmore Monday March 7 1904.
All copy for advertisements and all
changes of ads intended for Sunday
morning Issue of the Ardmorelte must
in order to Insure insertion be hand-
ed In not later than 9 o'clock Satur-
day morning. All changes for ads
during the week days must be at this
office at least 9 hours prior to hour
of publication. Otherwise their ap-
pearance cannot be guaranteed.
A man shot himself" on n train that
was going to 8t. Imla the other day.
T coroner was unable to discover
any other cause for the rash act.
A country patter tells or two little
boya woo asked their mother If thoy
tulKMt play store In the dining-room.
yja" abo replied if you' don't nmko
irmeh tto4s." Mid one WVII bo
tore-keepors that don't advert lio.
Itunww haa it that the Vrt nml
('hoctaw depot will be mve4 up to
'lui Junction snd the founer will be
mod aa oMces and paaaenscr station
while tho latter will bi convert! Into
a freight Matloi. The economy of
wioh a plun is riot apimrent. to the un-
trained ubstrvor. Hotli ilejxita aro
now run on short help and It will re-
fiilr tho united force or both roads
to handle bimlu under tho now
plan. It will do away with tho tnum-
fer bus4noH and this will throw a
linlf dozem men out of work a well as
dostroy that IiihIiim. However If
thUt is tho plan (f the nud it will
piobably bo eweuted ut no dlktnnt
doy. Holilonvllle Tlmos.
Democratic Club Organized.
Special to the Ardmorelte.
llnlloyvllle I.T..Mnrch 7. 'Hid local
Domocrnta met Saturday night and or
gnnlROd n Doinocrnllc club. The fol-
lowing olllceru were elected: Dr. It.
D. James president; E. 'It. Jolley sec-
rotary. A committee of three were
ap)Kinted to solicit members. Dr. D.
I. liailey w&h endorsed for uatiunal
NEWS OVER THE 'PHONE.
U. J llnnisoii was here yesler.lay
Our school Ik doing well now under
Hie iiiii-ctlou of Mlmt Ua Chambers.
Mls ICtliel. the little daughter of
W A Tullnfernr: aoniewhat Im-
I)r Milliard is expecting IiIk wifo to
return today fnm u vlatt to Wollor
J. V. Johnaon Is liuvliig to drive
IiIh cuttle over two mlloa to water now
on accuiint '.f tho dry wuather.
runners are becoming nlmost
alarmed over Uio drynoni of tho soli.
Little Merthn MoKlnnoy. duugliter
of Albert .McKlnuey of Kmet died
hero Saturday ut tho homo of her
utility .Mrs. Hull.
Albert MoKlnnoy loft toduy for his
home at Kmet.
0. M. Hun.lon Is hero today from
Tho sick of the community are much
Tho Haptlst people mo holding n
protmcted meitliig bore tills week..
W. 1. Thompxou Is vary sick with
A large audience was jirosent nt tho
Tho boys are preparing to organize
a b.sobuli team for tho coming sen-
son. Farmers nro very busy lilantlng
V. I. J'litteraou has :i very sick
The people nro very busy farming.
A. C. Wolf Ik hero In tho Intorost of
tho Chickasaw Lumber company.
Ill Uio I'nlted States Court In the In
dlan Territory Southern Di-.trlc.
J. H. Murretu plnlntlff vh. .-' S
llettoa. D. I). Dlckorson. NV. 1. Ter
roll John Cook J. T. Coleman. C. I..
Anderson ltaymond Ilerz and It. M
Cummins defendant. No 5S27.
The defaudanU. II. S. Mottos (.. D.
Dlckerson W. 1. Terrell nro warned
to appear In this court in thirty dajs
anil answer the complaint of J. II.
Witness the Hon. Hoaeft Towr.nd.
Judge and tho seal of said dlntrlii
court this 2tlth day of February. !!(!
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBKIX Clerk.
l"Mrnin A Mather Rttoriiays.
ItobU M. Lee attorney fw hod retl-
COMMISSION AT COALGATE.
At the Jail.
Dink Iilu ami Mert M onlay were
Incarcerated here today on a charge
of larceny and receiving stolen prop-
erty. They wore arrested at Chism
by Deputy Neator.
Hardy Stevenson colored of Mllo
was placed In Jail here today charged
with carrying concealed weapons.
City Council Meeting.
A short session of the city coun 11
was held this afternoon after which
the mayor left for Tishomingo. In
addition to allowing a great many ac-
counts tho reports from various com-
mittees were read showing n grent
volume of business done for last
The Improvement committee 'asked
for further time in regard to locntlng
tho fire department.
Library aito committee reported
$CU0 raised and was given two weeks
f-tophens bill seekf to have the new Tho city attorney gave it sir his
oiiico located nt Coalgate a town flf- opinion that Scavenger and Pollce-
'.ttvhens Asks the Creation of an Of-
fice In That District.
Special to tho Ardmorelte.
Washington March C Cong 'OB-'-i:mii
Stephens of Texus has Ii.t'oducod
n the hoiiff u hill to provide f. r the
eKtnbllslimcnt and appointment of an
additional United States commission-
er for the twenty-third registration
district. Atoka division of the Central
district of Indian Territory. Mr I
JONES & SITTON MACHINE CO.
(Successors to Jonej Machine and Hepair Works)
Brass Founders and Machinists
Repair. Buy Sell and ExcbrinRe all kinds ot Machinery.
We nre better prepared thau ever to do fjuick work
on ony break down
Ardmore I. T.
1 M t I I 1 I 'H i
We Know your wants
in the GROCERY LINE aud can plea3e you.
is an opportunity to try it. We Keep
All we ask
teen miles north of Atoka.
Tho hill has been referred to tho
Judli iary committee where it has
been placed Into the hands of a sub-
committee for an early report.
Mr. Stephen's bill provide as fol-
That there lie. and Is hereby creat-
ed tho olllce of nn additional United
States commissioner for the twenty-
third registration dlbtrlct. Atoka di-
vision of the Central district Indian
Territory. Mich additional United
States commissioner hereby created
to 1)0 stationed and located and shall
hold his court at Coalgate In said dis-
trict and territory. The Jurisdiction
of rnich commissioner in nil matters
of law. both civil and criminal shall
be co-extensive with Hint of the Unit-
ed Stales commissioners heretofore
provided for tho several districts and
divisions of siild territory within said
twenty-third registration district
pointed in tho mmo mnnucr and by
appointed in the same manner and by
tho snme authority as other like com-
missioners lu the Indian Territory aro
appointed and for a like period of
time nnd shall recolve Ihe same foes
nnd emoluments of olllce in a like
manner nnd from tho same sources
as such other United States commissioners.
The snld olllce as hereby created
shall be Identical in nil of its appoint-
ments and oillcos and nppurtennncos.
tights powers and Jurisdiction and
shall bo similar In every respect to
smell other United Stntes commission-
ers now existing in said Indlnn Territory.
man K. B. McGhee could continue to
hold both oillcos; that ho found no law
against n man holding ns many oillcos
as the clfy would elect him to
Tho sixty days granted to put in
closets Is up nnd the police will nail
lip tho closets
For Carrying a Pistol.
Wesley Kllllan colored was arrest
ed on Muln street yesterday by the
polfcc charged with carrying a pistol
Ho was given trial before Judge Halt
this morning and lined 23 and costs
a totnl of $34.50 which he will work
out for tho city.
It Is almost Impossible to prevent
colds from coming but you can pro'
vent them from staying long by tnk
lug Hnmseys Cold and flrlp Tablets
Sold only by I'. .1. Hamsey.
W. A. I'rldo In moving Into his now
liouso today at 218 A St.. northwest
This was formerly tho T. . King
plnce and was very desirably located
nnd now since tho remodeling It has
undergone at Mr. I'rldo's liands It Is
Indeed a very' pretty plnce.
Hooms for Rent
It's the black sheep that generally
llve.4 to a rlpo old age. while tho spring
lamb dies young
Subscribe for the Ardmorelte
Tho meeting adjourned to meet
again on tho third Saturday ultfbt of dent.
thl month. I First published March
A Sp'ing Suit
W. H. BYRD & CO.
will 1 o nii1ipcnsiM t
Any WelE 0 messed Man m Ardmore.
Wb Furnish Everything a Man Wears but His Shoes
Everything Under One Roof.
and every ounce of our stock is fresh from the farm or
fncton . Prompt Uity Delivery.
1 FELKER THE GROCER
WINTER TOURSST RATES I
Tickets on sale daily until April 30th. 1904 to the principal
WINTER RESORTS 0f Mississippi GeorRia Alabamt Florida.
Tennessee South Carolina Louisiana aud Texas.
Heturn limit Juue 1 11104.
Full details on application-
C. W. STRAIN
Div. Pass. Agent
SUGGS & BRO.
BERWYN. IND. TER.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Hirfinfare Lumber and all kinds of Bnlag Material.
ExcmsiveAcentsforthe Celebrated "Leader" Flour.
Every Sack jjuaranteed. Specinl prices Riven to
Merchants on Flour Groceries Etc.
H1E5T mm m pud for aims m m
"Trade with us and be Satisfied."
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