The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 134, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 16, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday April 16 1905.
THE DAILY AHDMOREITE.
sj. . -"lytlt '"SltJrttiili wu8 ot "f 'u ability!
(JJjC CUUUH cftlUlUUlUlU j 0 his own ihlnltlnB and the cour
age to no outspoken In His political
lonvklloru. Ills dentil removes oni'
OIDNEY SUQQS ProprUtor.
emUrel t tho I'cstufuco t Ardmore j )f iitnte BtntehoocVs MroiiKust nnd
i 8ocon!-clasB Msll Mattor
November 2 1893
(Payable In Advance).
Published every afternoon toicept
fcturday and Sundny mornlnB.
Office of publication North Wash-
"Tho"oF?ICIAl. NEWSPAPEllOf tho
Onltcd Stntcs Court lor the Southern
District Indian Terr' lory. Also for
the LhlcVasa'V Stocr: Association of
Uo Indian Territory Riid Uie olllcla.
ortan of tho city.
most active supporters.
"The Decdo of Despotism."
In Ills great speech at loilsvlllj
Kj (Hi October 20 William Jennings
"My friends four years ago wo
quoted piophosy or Abrnlinm Lincoln.
Iff iwld t lie perpetuity of tliln country
was not In Its armies ItH forts or pow-
er; It w:in In the Hplril tlmt. prists
llljerty as the hurltago of nil people
In ll liiudH everywhere; lie shitl do-
Mroy iIiIh spirit and you plitnt tho
sreds of despotism nt your own doors.
W'p quoted this four years ago nnd'
not ce. TllHy
SAID TO DE DISCOVERED
OLD FORT ARDUCKLE
(Hy 13. E. (Sulllot &. Co. numbets of
New York Cotton Exchange.)
Ardmore I. T.. April 1 1. The follow-
lug quotations show tho market of
j COTTON MARKET.
uc.ni Liverpool Futures.
I Apr. May
piny Juno 1.0:1
I Juno July 1.05
Will Probably Assay $400 Per Ton. ;iov. Dec I 12
Davis Bids Fa'r to Be a Minfin
Town of No Mean
Spots and Sales.
If you .striken thorn or rose
Keep u-goln' !
If it hails of if it snows
Ivoop tt-join !
Ttiint no use to sit nnd whine
When the fish ain't on your line
Unit your hook an' keep a tryin
R. A. JONES
For Furniture and Carpets
aiiv erroneous reflet Hon upon tho
I harnctor or reputation of an r Porson
.lntrw1 lit ihn Amnions 1
i i or any article Imrcd on reports thought the Pnelilc ocean was so wldo
rbat are false will glnrdy be corrected that the seed of despotism could nev-
I; broucht to tho attention of thj.r flfWt atrotis. it imn only been four
publishers. . yoar. and yet tho seed of despotism
Now York Futures.
Open High Low Close
Use tiiu Iamik Dlmuucu TolephoBL navp (.om. nnd hpy ren Colonulo ! r ie mini
snd call up 'Phone Nv 5 If you warn Republican gov I nwB1.(u of
tie Ardmorslf I . . I pwBI(l"r
No. C '
No. 17 4 p. in.
No. PJ 12:35 p. m.
No. C 12:G0 a. m.
No. 18 11:60 a. m.
No 20 6:46 p. m.
Nos. 6 C l'J nut! 20 are Irci I tralms.
whllo Nos. 17 und IS stop at the
smaller stations only on hcilu flagged.
No. 42 leaves
No. 44 leaves ..
No. 43 arrives
No. fl arrives .
G:06 a. m.
... .2.06 p. m.
...11:6.1 a. w
.. ..7.35 p. rn.
No. 84 (local) loavc 7:00 a. m.
No. 10 loaves 3.00 p. in.
No. 9 arrives '! 00 p. tn.
eruor who linn been suspending tho
constitution and deport hue laboring
mill without ludlctniFiit trial or evi-
dence nnd' we cnuuot condemn Pen-
body without coudomnliiK our own
Kiivernment thnt for six year Una been
doltix tho sumo thing in tho Philip-
pine Islands and denying constitution-
ill liberty to the Filipinos there."
The seeds of despotUm In this coun-
try were not blown across the Pnelllc
oeenu. They wore planted hero by
the men who foundu.l n Koveriimuut
"of the people by the people for the
people" and then denied '"constitution-
al liberty" to ouu-hnlf the people.
When American men rnro ho little
for thu eoiiRtltutlomil iIkIiih of Amer-
ican women ns to allow women to he
classed with Idiots lurntlex erlm'InulH
and minors you cannot expect them
to regard thu coustltutioual rlglit.i of
(he InborliiK man or the Filipino.
. 7.:i!) 7 11 7
.. ".;r 7-n 7
. . 7 CO 7 "rt 7
Spots And Sales.
There Is no st!-anKer Hinictucle thiiu (ftt h read'ed thy will build u small
that of men llko Ilryan und ex-Senator Htainp mill. They have ample water
r.iimunus oi winoiu. paity icaani to run their machinery with watwr
Htniesmen. democrats ami ivpniiiienns MWcr. und expect to estnbllHh
alike hunting around for the needs of I ty. stamp mill.
uuHpoiism in mo neKi-o iuetlon. tlie i.tni) alli ZI1C olc whl-i ilKSays 3ti
83 (local) arrives 0:30 p. m. i mlmr 'l'i"iion and tlie Philippine mien-1 )Pr (on ims been found nbout four
lion wion tnoae atvds have lain form.a west of Davln by omo Joplln
(Mo.) parties nnd work on this laud
will hooii be under way. Davis btd
fair to become a mining town of no
11 a v .
New Orleans Tutures.
Opon High lxiw
.... 7 2(1 7 111 7 2r.
.... 7 28 7. .12 7S7
.... 7.39 7.12 7 3S
Spots and Sales.
Special to tho Ardmorelte.
Dnvto 1. T.. A pry Pi DSpectors
hnre lust brought In some very rlcto
samples of fre milling old orj wtilih
Is snld to nin very lilgli In vn nos One
ncrs mnliitnin It will assay
$( wr ton. Samples
were sent to Omaha and Crlppl- i;ieel
today for ustmy and tho result vil'. be
wutihcil with ifltisldorable Interest.
The prospoct Is snld (o he located
about two miles southwest of old Fort
Arhuckle. on the top of the IiIkIioM
mountain in that region nnd mining
men nay It Is probubly a "chlninuy."
m lilnU'mlt And Mint. in'.u-t I.. .r
- ' " nil
I went vnlue. Several elalms lmve re-: July.'.".!'.!! S7
cuiui)- necn locii'Oii in mat locality
and prospectors r.re llockltiK Into the
A eonipany cou'posed or Davis busi-
ness men lia.s just been orKunlzoJ lot
tho purpose of slnkluB a shaft fifty
feet deep. They own thirty norcs of
deedud lands near tho spot where the
rich oris was found nnd they claim
that their ora run 813.85 per ton near
the Mtrfueo. It Is their Intention to
sink (lo?p enoiifih to determine Its
vniue ami n roumi to be richer us
!Al ! llPBlill
.11 -lS- .-iiv. 111 J 1 I
t. l mm
Livery and Boarding Stable
Rear Ardmore National Danlt
17j jSwollust lino of sinulo busies
3 j nnd prettiest drivers. P'ir.st-cinss
' city trade catered to especially
njjj. Horses left with us receive per-
1 feet core. Hates reusonable.
272 Veterinary .surgeon at tho barn.
W care n Rents for Dr. J.
IT ISN'T TRE LOOKS
that make a piano valuable
though they add to its tittrttc-
fiveness. . In the pianos wo have
tor sale tho tone quality is pre-
eminent. Tlie cas"s Niro hand-
some as you can see for your-
self. Uut what wo wish to im-
press on you is the quality of the
Then tho price-is .ts little as you
can allot d to pay. Any lower
figures would have to moan
i. II.. i s
"Suro Cure" for llKlireUe unit tilmi-rrl licicit'OP tinmoo
Itussell't. UIb noli the most proline habit. 5.ira
on irth. for Ralo hy H. U. PUOH Main ' 'PEItKECT C'UHU CO." E.B.LUKE
street Ardmore 1. T. Odfcwlm Ardmore I. T. UnoMORn . Ndan tctoY
Ardmore Sunday April 16 1905. '""re than a century in the heart of
"" i wliar we call thp woman question.
UDA CALVKltT OlIICNCH AIN
Member of the lCqunl Suffrajje Ass'u.
CHANGE OF BASE.
The i hnnse of lni"v recently tnudo
by the (irohlbltlon 'workers of Indian
Territory will not result to their ud
Joseph Jefferson Slowly Sinking.
West Palm Ilench Flu.. April 16.
vailing. They have lout faith In tho ! l-iseph JetTciMon lies rrltltully 111 m
prohibition clause in tho enabling acl
und aro oi-kuiiIzIiu; n plan to work for
double statehood. Their opinion heeins
to ho that prohibition would be more
easily secured by hiving the present
boundaries of Indian Territory Include
a separate RtaNv In the effort the pro-
hlbllloiilsls will lose. The Hamilton
hill as amended In the senate was n
sIriuiI triumph for them but the clause
prohibiting the wile of whisky for
ycni-H wns so actively fought that the
bill fulled to llud passage. Double state-
hood cannot be secured. The president
Is outspoken for single statehood. He-
foro tho last session of congress in l:i
lluentlnl members wero fight Ini; for
double statehood. Kvcn Jo llnlley lmd
been won over to the Inevitable sin-
glo statehtKxl Idea. Thu prohibitionists
nor no other power can elinngu tho
trend of statehood In this Instnuce.
Their labors In this direction will bo
Tho prohibition clause which they
seek In tho statehood bill Is believed
by the Itvul legal talent to bu unconsti-
Now In view of those thing the
best plan for the prohibitionists to
pursue would bo to capture tho con
Ktltutlonal convention. If tho terrlto
ry want3 prohibition or if It can be
oducnted to the point where It would
like to have the sale of whisky pro
hibited tho trallle can easily be con
trolled In this manner. Tho prohlld
Hon Iden Is growing In favor. Where
local option exists and tho law Is rig'
Idly enforced tho people are ettor
pleased with prohibition kiws than
viith open snloons. Where prohibition
Is ntten.'pted ugalnst tho wlhhos of tho
people tho oincers aro nover on the
alert for violations and n state of nr-
falra equally tas had If not worse than
tho open saloon exists.
The death of Robert W. Woat re-
moves from the Hold of Uie.ul activity
n Couroderato soldier -m i c stauni h
upporter of Democtatl" pr nclples of
Kovcrnmcnt. During the civil wur he
was a member of tho Sixth Textih civ
ulry and did valiant services for tho
Confederate states. Ills removal dc
priveu tho local camp of Confeilorato
veterans of a useful member nnJ re-
winds us tlmt tho Rons of th old
South aro one by one Joining 1a-
Jackson and flordon who havo preced-
ed them to tho placo where civil strife
canuot result In wounds loss of prop-
erty and humiliation of being over-
powerixl by tho bayonet. As In tho time
uf battlo ho posseted courage so In
his winter residence nt Palm Ilench.
Ills condition. It Is reported by the at-
tending physician It llttlu If any 'im-
proved. He Is surrounded by his fam
ily and they nre jireparcd to expect
death nt any minute.
Three weeks ago .Mr. Jcfferjou visit
eu ex-President Cleveland ut I lobe
Sound where he miiRht cold and on
his return to Palm IJoarh was forced
to take his bed. lie convalesced and
was up after a few dnV confinement
when Wednesday he was seized with a
Dr. S. (I. Worley wns called from
Ft. Augustine but rotvrnod Thursday
when Mr. Jefferson showed some Im
Fresh shipments received dally at
t lm U. II. ITCH'S.
GALLOPED INTO TOWN.
AGAINST JOINT STATEHOOD.
Governor Says New Mexico W.ints
l.os Angeles. Cal. April in. Apro
K) of tha question or Joint .statehood
for New Mexico nnd Arizona territo
ries tlovemor M. A. Otero of tho for
mor territory vho Is In Loa AnivJlos
on his wny homo from San Francisco
stated todny In an Interview thai (ho
cltlzenn of New .Mexico will not nr.
eopt Joint statehood with Arizona ov
en If confronted with the nlternntlvi
or remaining a territory. Ho Mated
thnt If the proposition Is submit-"! to
a vote It will be overwhelmingly rc
Jected by thu voters of tho territory
which ho represents.
Chlckasha Drill SU-U'.I.
t-uickasha. r. T. April 1C Tli
Chlckasha Oil and Gas company havo
begun active operations. Tho drill was
stinted yesterday and went down near-
ly ono hundred feet. Dr. Oanaway tho
general manager says tho work will
bo nushed ns rapidly ns possible and
every precaution will ho taken to pre-
vent accidonta und mako tho work suc
cessful. The doctor Is very enthusias
tic and. phopheslos that Chlckarha will
soon bo tho confer of an oil boom.
There- aro hundreds of property ownnra
and speculators watching with eager-
nras tho first holo nnd should 1( bo
a producer of either oil or gas prices
will go pairing.
Wynnewood Seeks Light.
Wynncwood I. T April 15. Stops
aro being taken to establish an oleo
trie light and waterworks plant In
this city nnd exports aro oxpectcd this
week to look over tho field with a vlow
of ascertaining tho cost of tho enter
prise. At present the city has neither
flro 'protection or public lights. '
President and New Rough Riders
Charge Through Frederick.
In ducking trousers klrakl leggings
cotton shirts cowboy hats and ringing
spurs Prc3ldcnt Itoosevolt's now
Hough Illdors twenty-live strong gal
loped rapidly through Frederick from
the pasture reserve and stopped only
nt tho tear end of the special train
where they dismounted. Several hun
died citizens waited at a stand In tho
streets where Congresman Stcpncn
was .-.;a:in j xvalilngi ;ho presl
dent'u coming but the party passed
llko a whirlwind the president lifting
his lint as he passoil.
On tlf. rear platform of tho coacli
the president bade his comrades of tht
"I li'ivo had such a good time" h
snld "and l am so glad to have knowi
you. It was the best time of my Ufa"
Governor Ferguson who hnd been
talking to Secretary Loob In tho car
camo on to the plntform and Intro-
duced Mr. Roosevelt who thanked tho
citizens of Oklahoma nnd Texas In
general and thoso of Frederick In par
ticular for tholr kindness to him.
Ho thanked tho nicmbors of his par
ty and mailo special reference to the
wonderful skill of John Ahernathy
Then ho said "Good night good luck.
Many (hanks gooclby."
Then turning to Hon. DJunls Flynn
who was on tho car he Invited him In
to his car nnd tho car departed for
U Easter Suits .. Easter Suits i
Buy a Stein-Block Smart Suit for Easter
At TREAD WELL'S .
Kvory width In screen wlro nnd all
sizes In screen doors at Week's Ilros.
Practical Tinners and Plumbers.
To Move Washita Bridge.
Yv'ynnowood. I. T. April 15. At a
mcutln of thu Commercial Club It
wns decided to movo tho Iron bridge
crossing tho Washita river from Its
present location to a point directly
west of tho city. Tho hrldge. costing
some J0.000 was built by prlmto sub'
scription and it Is now being moved
to bettor accomodate tho trado on tho
west sldo of tho river.
Let us fill your screen door and
screen wlro needs. Weoks llros Prac
tloil Tinners and Plumbers.
Ardmore Typographical Union No. 649.
Meets first Wednesday ovcnlng of
each month nt 7:30 o'clock.
W. C. REAVES Pros.
ALLISON COLEMAN Soc-Treas.
Stein-Bloch jjrey brown and blue serge
two-piece suits - - - $15.00 to $20.00
Stein-Bloch grey and brown natures and
checKs and blue serg'es 3-piece suits. They
are beauties at - - - S18.00 to $27.00
Stcln-BIoch Suits are hand-tailored and fit perfectly.
Sonneborn's the best popular price suits
made g'reys browns and blue serge suits
at from - - - $5.00 to $12.50
The Fit Well and Wear Well Pants we
have them at $1.50 to $6.00
THE MRS. JANE HOPKINS
are the best for Easter and every other day
Young' men suits - - - $5 to $10.50
Boys' NorfolK a Buster Brown Suits $2.25 to $6
Blouse Suits -Buster
Brown Suits at
Boys' Wash Pants
75c to $2.00
25c to 50c
Sailor shnpo Straw Huts $1.25 to $3
Manilla Panamas $1.50 to $2.50
Genuine Panamas $5.00 to $0.00
Our stock of Men's Oxfords Hosiery Shirts. Neckwear and Furnishings is com-
pleto in every detail. It WILL PLEASE US and PAY YOU to see our goods be.
1 D. J. TREADWELL
THE MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTER
104 Writ Main St.
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