The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 123, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 31, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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(rjjc Hailij rDmoreihv
mNBY SUaOS Proprietor.
BUrid nt tho PostoITleo t Ardinoro
Second-clais Mnll Matter.
November 2 1893.
Published every afternoon (ecept
turday) and Sundny morning.
Office of publication North wain-
Vat week.- JJj
Om year .'c 00
Tho OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of tho
Onlted State Court for tho Southern
Dlttrlct. Indian Territory; also for
lb Chickasaw Stock Association of
U Indian Territory and the offlclal
-rn of the city.
Any erroneous reflection upon tho
aracter or reputation of any person
which may bo printed In tho Ardtnoro-
. or any article based on reports
Uist are false will bo glHdly corrected
!1 brought to the attention of tho pub-
TERMS OF U. S. COURT.
At Ada February 15. 1MM: two
At Tishomingo Febntrary 29 1904;
At Chitkasha March Jl 1M4; two
At Ryan-April 4. 1904; two weeks.
At Pauls Valley April IS 1904;
l'-i 4 three weeks.
At Pureell May f. 1904 and Janu-
ary J. 1905; ten days each.
At Ardmore May 19. 1901 and Jan-
uary i:. 19t'D; lasting flvu weeks ot
Ardmore Thursday March 3: 193-1.
i jri-tmull .ik '1'- '!'' I'i. -iflfiil
K"i -C wit's M -M I I" i 'II 1 I 'I'
i in- ui-.M ixwutho i.nlfi- may net
- i- $t5 to every man woman ami
.i who w .11 inomlM' to H ihf
onventlon will bp held at Tlsho-
p.' April 7 h-r th nurpew of
mating candidate for gowrnor
.- attorney-general of t:ie Chli Ka-
F.ery man engaged In framing and
. .Ming into effect the service iienslon
..iter will get a pension under It ex--;.ing
Mr. ttoosevelt. and he is will-
rp lo take his share i.ut in votes.
Russia appears to be making one
.a--t hospital of Slber n. Her lack of
system In the distribution of supplies
- putting moro men out ot commU-
f ion thanAho .Japs wli' wiceeed In do-
me Japanese editor d'i.eovered lu the
possesion of money. Is susivectcd of
'reason and much et mlty has been
aroused ftKalnRt llirit. ' The evidence
would bo cousldurd ftronn fn any
On Jnnuary 20 the foreign "Jostnl
rnto of Colombia was ruddenly multi-
plied twonty-flvo times nnd tho Inter-
nal rafo ten times and made payable
in Rrd. Thus It Is tow practically
tho fame as the postage of the United
Fairbanks U to be coerced into ac
-eptlng tho Itepublleai. vice-president
ill nomination in order to assure the
iedlon to tho presidency of Teddy
.i fur lest popular man. The Hepubll
.in- would stand a la- better chance
! winning if they would make the
.i read Fairbanks nnd Koot-exelt
'Ulana are gi.i ioffte drink
NiimiTOtt- cup ie drauk each
" tbe artrage ni-'u anil ivoman
t.. -vi-rage Is made ery strong and
.ei weet It prudwis an exhiltra
.on of a more inteui-o and lasting
nnd than tieer. Those addicted to
this habit become i'ery restless and
w-niM-ly able to sit Ui'. or stand still
ven tor a moment.
Will Probably Adjourn This Afternoon
Allen Murdei Trial.
The district court at Clilcknslia
elftcv Its convonlng on the 21st ot this
month has turned out a considerable
amount of business i:i the criminal
docket Jesse l.uttrell charged with
norso BU'llng wan ci nvleted.
in the tieorco Allen murder case
tho Jury was out yeste'day afternoon
when our Informant left Cblckashn
but stood 11 to 1 fir conviction
joorgu Allen killed Liu Jones nt
Chlckasha on Ilia 12tb of last June
The dltllciilty - came about Allen's
wife Allen 'claiming that Jones separ-
u'od thorn. .
Tho defendant was lopresonted by
fi H. Kussoll of Ardmore and Mrs
Simpson an nttorney of Chlckasha.
The i.nly attornej; is quoted as making
a iuetty little niwX'b. of thirty win-ii'-s
and marked attrition was paid
)k r during tlie deliverance of same.
SuUsorlbe for th? Ardiaorll.
WORLDS FAIR NOTE3.
III In U.n ' J Hi
liilill iialiKis lit
iini" I lii' nil all
tin- WiiHiI'h Fair
In tin ffft.
Mlevi'ii main (ntranra hnve lx-en
PBtabllshi-d at tho World's I'nlr uneli
lii'liiK 'iiilpie(l with many tiiriiitlliia.
Ititbli'H of beautiful lustre mill nrtla-
tic IIiiIkIi nri-'ninong (ho collection of
prcrlnim Htoni'H found In Idnho'K ox-
hlblt In tin; palace of mines ami met-
afiiirgy ril tho World' Fnlr.
I'lilrty-ijix hundred ati.l sixty foot
6f Hpaco In fTio mini's and tnutnlhirgy
palnco at I ho World'H Fair will lie
lovt-rod by Indiana's conl exhibit.
A. l Alexander n member of tho
lioiinl of education of .Marlon lint.
Ktnli-H that nearly all the public
school children of that city will at-
tunl the World' Fair. The city has
abmi iiiTii Inhabitants.
llaytl Ih r'ptentt"l al lht World's
Fair wllii a dlsplMy of mineral. wnnl.
Htono ami agricultural products and
article lowing the handiwork of ihe
insula will h rcprownte.l In the
World' Piths Parliament to he held
at the World's FHlr May 18 U 21. by
Prince lisiier Oiikhtomskl. managing
editor of the St. Petersburg Wledo-
Twenty sailors from (lie Italian na
vy nave arrived al We woriu a i-air
groimda. They will bo stationed ilttr-
lug the UKiltlon In and about tho
royal Italian pavilion nnd will net a
guard and guldea lor the Italian
New York city will send n sinmd
if while uniformed strict cleaners to
be World's Fair to take cart of tho
Modi I Street. They will show llic
luted ilevlces used 111 clennllig tlie
-treeis of the metroK)lli.
The central art palace at the
World's Fair la a pemanenl struct
ure .its uy Mi' j reel u la iiuiil oi
Bedford. ImT.. sandstone. Is fireproof
anJ Is Hen In permanent statuary.
The art palaces contain a total of 135
The Iowa library association will
hold its annual meeting at the
World's Fair October l'J and 20. The
sessions will he held In the afternoon
one session for business matters anil
the oilier for round tntle discussions.
The close observer may see on
every hand whero men voung mid old
cai In all moral effects and throw
themselves on tho mufket for what
s In sight do even wcrse than sell
their future for a mes. of pottage.
In extreme youth It Is more apt to
follow an error thought to bo lrro-
imrable when the faci Is the thing
that makes a true man Is the power
fo Improve by his ml. takes and out-
live his errors.
Men often do rash things when in-
toxicated or misappropriate funds In
a night o'f gaining and thereby forfeit
their self-respect for life but the
most disgusting and less excusable
way to sell out Is to trade friendship
foramonuy. return lugintltude.for kind
nous and discount oi.i.'s own credit
for live with the hope that a new Held
for operations may always be found.
A crusade against lynching has
been Inaugurated by a camp of Con
federate veterans of Mississippi and
the old soldiers appeal to tho wives
and daughters of veto wis and to the
Daughters of the Confederacy to unite
Willi them In their (lthL It Is most
appropriate that those men who of-
fered their lives lu defense ot great
principles and who fought for their
state Khould axnln baud together In
behalf of the South to make law su
preme to make cl lli-.atlon triumph
Mrs. R. O. Dentcn Dead.
Mrs. Denton wile of U. O. Denton
dll this iwornlng at bei homo In Da
vis 1. T. The remains will arrive In
Gainesville on the 0 o clock Santa Fo
train thU evening and will be taken
to tho home of Capt. It. F. Hostlck.
Funeral services will bo held from
tho Ilaptist church Thursday after-
noon. at 4 o'clock Itev. A. 11. Ingram
'olllclatlng. Gainesville Register.
Itoff. I. T. March 30 The meeting
at the C. V. church co: ducted by Hev
F. P. Flaullicn of Ardn nre hns grown
In lnte.rciit from tho beginning. There
hns beon quite n number of conver
sions. Many InJIfferoi't cold church
members are grently nwnkened and
gone h licit to work. The Sundny
school hns doubled Hsilf in numbors
teachers and interest. Hro. Flanlkun
will lenvo us for his homo Thursday
Tlie enterprising fnrmor is malt-
leg preparation now for tho spring
planting. Avery plows now and King
man cultivators lator on will make
"lnylng-hy" tlmo como easily. Such
Implomonts como from Wllllnms
Corhn & Co. 27wtf
The Event of the season.
Manager Itoblson inforins us Da-
mon and Pythias will be the event of
this taou. Friday night. 31
NEWS OVER THE 'PHONE.
It. W. Dick .1. 1'. Mullen and Sidney
.Suggs were here yesteiday to attend
the meeting of the I'einocrntlo club
Municipal politics Rglu to warm
I. It. Itoberson and family have ar-
rived from Ardmore and are now In-
stalled In tli'.'lr new homo tit this
Monroe Henderson o' the HI Iteno
(Irocery company is In town lodny.
One of the big wa'urworks wells
Is now twenty feet d-'cp and stanilii
twelve feet lu water.
Mrs. Jeans has aboui completed her
icslilenre In Knat Duncan
Mr. O'Neill of the O Nell-Allen Mer-
cnnttle company lias lieguu Ills line
residence. Whan cniu:iletad It will
he n very handsome ilvclling built
ai an estimated cost it $l.j0if.
Mr. Clioate Is a'le to lis np
and Mrs. Chule's condition la some
Arthur Dillard who has been quite
sick Is reported butter today.
Dr. Hoot li and Mrs. Fntiiii'.' Sacra
were here from Anlnii-ro yesteriiay.
Mrs. Parnell of Wynnowood Is visit
ing her father Mr. Williams o this
There was a dance hero last night
and there Is to be a big ball next
Miss Ada Shnnoii and Mr. M. M.
linker of tho firm of Haker & Suggs
are to be married at the homo of the
bride's imrcuts Mr. and Mt. Shanoti.
at 7 o'clock next Simdny night.
1. V. Mitchell of Davis Is In the
city toil ay.
The wife of Will Davidson who
lives down on the Vahlt tiled here
this morning and will be burled here
O. C. Allen's little baby ts very Sick
T. M. McNovel has a child very sick
Chas. Thompson w.jnt to Ardmore
today on business.
Kuhu'a phosphntos are the host
This Question Is Demanding
Attention at Preset t.
iishomlngo I. T. March 'II. The
natter of nrbltiary.jaliotmer.'s K do-
nnudlng more attention f;o:n the
land olllce at the present time than
my other subject.
Under the terms of the supplement-
al agreement the commission Is au-
thorized to make selections of lanJs
for nil Indians who for any reason
fall or refuse to select lor themselves.
While a very lnrge majority of the
Chickasaw Indians nre In accord with
tho present method of winding up
their nffnirs and aro willing that the
tribal governments should bo nbollsh-
ed there can be found a few of them
belonging to tho Snnlf. element; that
Is. these who nre opposed to tho In-
terference of tho United States gov-
ernment and liolluvlng that If they
hold out and rufuso to take their al
lotments that they will not be inter-
ferrctl with and that their government
will not bu abolished
Tiiere can be found some others
who have not autllclont laud upon
which to take tholr rllotnionts. and
have never made any elfort to becuro
enough land. In mon instances of
this kind citizen nnd white men have
given their linprovenipi.ts on places to
Induce the Indian t 1 file on tho
land and then enter IMo a lease with
the original ownur for n number of
The commission will endeavor to
make these arbitrary allotments to
tho best Interests of tie Indians nnd
In some instnnces firtt-class plnces
will bo secured for them. Citizens who
have been cxcesslvo holders have
filed on tho lands to Aiilch they wero
entitled and let the o hers adjoining
Our COLLAR a n tl NECK W K A It
Stock l composed of the latest etrlei . .
T ti f Newest XnatiHl a n U
Complete line of Sprint: aud
SUM II Kit UNDEIlWKAIt in Ardmore
1'ANOY VKSTfi that are Nottiy anil New
ItAWBKDASIlSItS W. H. BYInD & CO. TAILOItlsS
. .i i hi i .ii i 1 ij ' i in i i
llle on It. nnd when H.e allotment-
had all been made and the surpiu.-.
lands sold they could purchase same
at n nominal price 'll.c commission
Is aware of thl fact mm) some of tho
hst lands will be nil. i! led to the In-
TO BLOCK PORT ARTHUR.
Admiral Togo Prepolny to Sink
Twenty-Eight Mom Stermers.
Nagusulcl March 3 1 Th6 Jap ml; c
government Is determined to con'plr'.e
the sealing of Port Arthur
Admiral Togo's latent effort left
only a small gap In tho barrier of
sunken ships. To Insure the choking
of this passage I wf nly rlght old
steamships nre In course of prepara-
tion. They are being stripped of all'
but their machinery niul will be driv-
en full tilt at the harbor In squadron'!
of six until tho gnp l filled.
If any one of the at twiners gains en-
trance to the roadstead between the
sunken Yohlko and the Yoneyamn
.Main the ad will hi accomplished
and t'e Russian fleet will no longer
be u factor In the war.
In any event althti'gh the whole
twenty-eight vessels hpve to he snc
rltlced ships will be runk so thickly
Hbcut the harbor entrai ce os to moke
It Imposlble for anything larger than
a torpedo boat to thre-.d Its way out.
:strnii. mtillum hi-el
Khi. 4-itr.ii. Louii rM i
Hamilton dc Co.
WANTIJD To sell Scod piano chenp.
Will take one or two go 'J cows
fresh In mill-. W. S. Smith. 30-tf
WANTI-p A good farm hand. Wal-
ter Colbert at U. S. murahol's of-
lllce. 29. c
WiANTKD Men to lenrn bnrbor trade
Hoard tools and scholarship includ-
ed in our offer. Few weel.s com-
pletes. Prepare now for spring
rush. Graduates earn top wages
Positions guaranteed. Catalogue
free. Moler Barber College St.
Louis Mo. 27-C
WANTKD Good rellablo farm
hand at oi'ce. Inquire at HJgnlght
Hros. Caddo street. 21-C
FOIt SAI-J2- Two double nnd two
single wagons. Cash' or fall time.
L. C. LoSure 420 IJ St. S. V. 22-lm
FOIt SALE Thoroughbred Poland
China hogs. B. II. Colbert Tlsho-
mlngo I. T. 25-lm
FOR HUNT Three furnlshe iu3"s
modern conveniences. Ap. y 309
A street X. W. on Bog!.' 1 lock.
(FOR RENT Four-room house. See
Uhitcmnu Bros. Co. 21-tf
FOR RUNT Three modern store-
rooms $20 each per month. Apply
h. R. Marston Mgr. 1S-2W
run ukst Flrst-closs brick store
bulldlnK on West Main street. R.
W. Rnndol. 21-tf
FOR TRADE Will trade Oklahoma
City property close In for Ardmore
city property. For particulars seo
Sidney SuggB. ' S-tf
LOST At opera house Wednesday af
ternoon at the "King Colo" matinee
n tan leajher hand-bag containing
ono S.ybill nnd soeral pieces of
sllvor. Finder will be rewarded by
returning same to its. A. C. Cruco
or leaving at Ardmorelto office. 31
Successors to Ulnnton tSc Berkshire
Cilice over First National Eank
Al. I. HliTll Proprietor
Staple and Fancv Groceries
Flour and Feed
The only place in the West End
a any place in the city.
We .solicit your
Cor. 2nd 2nd N S W.
I'-:--:--:--:- : -j- -j.;--:..;..j.
till'.toMh'fSo'- ."J. :' f!?.lltfln'.;:
Jones Machine-Repair W'ks
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
Hepair Buy Sell and Exchnnce Machinery of all kind
If yon have u break-dowu I will be ready day or nij;ht to
a?sist you and demonstrate that quick "and yood
work can be secured at reasonable prices.
Hl'SSELL'S BIG BOLL PROLIFIC COTTON. The
most prolific variety on earth. A car of these fine cotton
seed just received from Alexander City Ala f
or5a.eby E B.
The Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK
The Largest Life Insurance Company in
. i . . i.i. a. .
imc wuiiu Willi odsciA ui uvcr
See them at their office In the Noble
they will take pleasure In presenting
all other companies.
AFllll HniKP f stuff and evr Seasonable Goods
XlUUJl Arvivitirr ilnilv Wo cava Ua r.Qol
money that trade with ns. Cash is very fanny to uj and if you want
easy payments you can Ret them of m for less than elsewhere at cash
tlf I 'M. . 1
prices we nre Kiners 01 uigu prices.
"Hall HlHi5 The House Furnishers New and 2d 8
11U11 JXXiAlJ phoue 104 NQi 12o So sj(le JIain gt
No trouble to Price Goods. Freo Delivery. Willingly aud anxious.
See us this month.
N B. Gray & Son
have opened a new cleau stock of
GROCERIES AND FEED
On WeBt Main Street First Door
West of Morcan Hotel and invite
their friends and acquaintances to
trade with them. Phone 280.
THE BRICK LIVERY BARN
Tishomingo I. T.
Regular Daily Line of Haeka
betwoen Tishomingo and Ravia.
'Phone No. 70.
J. M. VESTAL Prop.
Fivoroom houso on C street north
six-room lioueo on Caddo close In
good placo for boarding hose. Four-
room house on Broadway. Five-room
houso on Caddo Eighth avenue
north. T. K. KEARNEY.
D. TKR. I
to buy Groceries and as cheap
Special City Delivery.
Telephone No 340 t
.? -.'i ' it ; ; ;
ARDMORE 1. T.
Building or call 'Phone No. 380 and
the advantages of THE MUTUAL over
The Ono atoel
6 years old 10
dle horse In this country
Black Mammoth Jack
Possesaos a re-
for sure foal nnd
Full Blood has no auporlor any-
where. Season $2.50
Visit our barn at
CENTRAL LIVERY STABLE
D E. FLY FT Owner
N. Caddo St. Ardmore I T.
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