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JIDNRY 8Un(?H. Proprietor. irtt at I'ostotllco ai Ardinoro nt 8ecoml-clttti Mull Mattor. NoYHtiiber J, 1 80S. fnbllhed every afternoon (excopt 'itirlay) f-nn Sunrltiy nuiriiltiK. offlct of uiitfllcmion, North WiihIi ygtoa trat Subscription Rates: Os wk ID go nit month rear .IS 00 lu OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of tbe nitwl State Court for the Southern riirlct. Imlluti Territory; nlio for b ChlckHBHW Stock AMOClNtlOU of linlln Territory, nml the oillolnl id of the city. U) ellUUelltll. lem-iium UIUU 111 meter or reputation ot nny (tenon hii-b may be uriuic-il In the Ardniors tie. or any article tmeeil on report Hint fire will he KlHttly corrected f brought to tho nttHiitlon of tho tnih lleher. ' TfcRMS OF U. S. COURT. At Ada UeRlns September 28, VMS holds two weeks, and lolminry ID ll'UI, holds three weeks, At TIhomingo HutfliiB October 19 1003, and liolils twu weekH, anil Fob ruary i'J, lUiH, and holds three weeks At Chlckasha Ik'Klns Novombor 2 1903, ami Mnrch 21, 11104, each lorin two weeks. At Ryan Ik'Klns November 1G, 1DU3, and April 4, 1U04, ono wcolc (inch term. At Pureell HoRlns Novcuibor 23 1903. and April 11, 1904, each torui em week. At Pauli Valley Oeglna November SO. 1903, and April 18, 1904, three weeks nl each ter. At Ardmore ltcrflna Dccembor 21 1903, and May 9, 1904, aoven weeks each term. TIMR TAMLIB. Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway (Southbound.) ttilvuslon ft Chicago Exp... 3:40 a. tu Cleburuo & K. (J. Hxp 4:40 p. in (Northbound.) klvoHton & Chlcuuo lixp. .12:35 a. in Cleburnu & K. U. ISxri 11:60 p. in .ict.iv, omnMotna and Gulf Rallwny Arrive at Anlmoro 1:20 p. in Leave Anlmoro 3:20 p. in vnil irtftgltt cnrryltiK pmseuKen. 'M(i No trnltia on Sunday. Arkansas and Choctaw Railway. I.pbvo Ardmore dally 8:30 a. m Arr. Anlmoro dully 12:10 p. in. i.i'Rvo Anlmoro dully 2:.1R p. in Arr. Ardmore dally &:2S p. in Mixed Train I -v. Ardmore. .0:00 a. m Mixed Train Arr Ardmore. .0:00 u. m ill United State umlls close 8 itnitea prior to train tltno. Merenfter the mutli wll! ho clol ' p. in Instead of K p. m. as form v. r. UKDKlRl.n. 1. M. ! you turn In r Ore alarm by tele "ii iion't cull '.ir the fire depart ' .11. hill lt "( MISI.il in - ' I- ' HLAfOMTRK. Chlnf 1 A 1 UL L.U Ardmore, Monday, January, 1904. ino payment for kiiihIotis contin ue to bo the greatest hIiibId expense of tho Kovoinmont. PeimloiiB cost about llfty-H-lx million moro than tho navy, about twenty millions moro ttmti thonnny, about as-much an tho postal service, after adding tho dolli-limcy portal revenue to tbe $131,000,000. Dr. iMwHrd Uvorett Halo apparent ! bi'llevoa that wo havo ulto ;in la. Ri a snare aa ueavcu is Answering our own prayers. In lioston they Bay tho. .vi.in ho learned of bit appointment i liaplalu of the scnato ho reuuirk ' "All my life I've boon praying for iosv Washington fellows. Now I'll i r.i at "om. and Gotl help 'em." Twinkle, twinkle, cotton hat. how wo w.indor whore you axe at; tip nuoro tny purae w high, we cannot afford to luy. When the weevil hlu tho Hold ind cuts down tho annual yield, then you rlso cloar out of sight, though we look with all our mlRlit. Still, wo kuom you'd hotter soar, for It helps (no farmor more; and we'll do tho best wo can If naught elo we'll .Ires In tart. San Antonio Hxpro. Tlio Now York TIiimm haa boon aoou uiB Information In consrosa, endeavor lug to forecast tho next domocratlc national convention. Tho Times ban published IntorvIowB with thirty-two dcmocnitlo senators and n hiindrol and fifty momburH of tlio liouso as to their proforenco for a presidential nominee. Twelve sonntors and thirty representatives- declare In favor of Gorman, two senators and twonty nlno rcpnontatlvos In fnvor of Parltor, and ono senator and fifteen ropresen t'.tivej, comprising the Missouri dele gation, for Cockrell. with a few each f'r Hoarst, Gray. Ilalloy and McClol Ian Sovoutoon ponatom and slxty-sov-n roprosoutntlveH worn non-cominlt-'U. Sontttor Ulackhum and Kcpnv sontatlvoa Smith, Shorloy, Kay. Kalioe, Hopkins and Gilbert declarod for Gor man, whllo Sonator McCreary cxpros od no proforonco as between GormaH, Parker and Gray. Heprosontatlvo Trimble oxproatvd a ch"lco foi Park er. Goocb and Jamos havo none as bo tween German nd P.irlmr YOUR VIFC3 ALLOWANCE. "Ho gavo me ait allowance of 'JO cents a day for household oxpentos and 1 had to wear my brother-l:-hiw's clothing or ordw to kocp ivam " tos li; id a woman In a Nfw York dUiren i aye. sounds Ilk) h I'omi'stlc tragedy t,ni tho abode of pinching poverty 11 I iioUiing iof tho kind. Tha h'Ulind was a fair aample of the men wno je lleve that women should not be trust 1 with monoy T.icr: Cio 'housands of them. Tho; are r loae-flatod and niggardly oxcept lwn tiiel- cwn comfort Is if eu Hon. They dole out iilrkles ami p-n i-'os to In-1 wlf They rpicrllon v bill. Thoy never lose an opjtortunlty t '. preach ixwiomy and thrift. Ask ono ot those fellows why he decs not allow his wife n generous al lowauco and pay It to Iter as prompt 1 and aa choerfully aa he would ills charge any other debt, and hu will say: "She. has no ueud of money. I provide for hor amply." Ho Is n liar, and a mlaoinblo one, In many cohoh. And ht ilooan't under stand women. It n doubtful If theiti over wuh a wlfo who llkoil to ask for money. It Is humiliating. It ntlugs her. Tho more fnet that he hitH to plead for It Is n tactic confe.srtloti that It noort to her oa a favor, not ni n mutter of rlgh and J nut I co. Wo havo In mliul ono family, whoro tho wlfo, In thirty yearn, had Just 2 In money from her himbaud. Ho paid hor blll, but inado her account for ovory Item. Slto xuld not rIvo away a nicklo without consulting him .Ho had an nmplo Income. Mo believed that ho wn u kind and I in I til soul bus hand. Instead, ho wan a goo.l deal of brtito, and his wife know it. Shi was humiliated bocniiKO of tho lack of monoy a thousand times and endured rather than face domestic Inqul sltlon that would follow a request for funds. Tim avorugo wife posaonses mor thrift and purchasing Julgment than her liusliiind. If she Is thr light kind of a wife, and the most - wives are, s!i' can bo trusted. She han a right t a iHirtlou of tho oarnlngs of her husband. Slio haa ua much right to lemaiiil an accotuitlug of her husband as he has to Insist on a detailed report jf every penny alio lias expended. Most womou would rnlher have a small allowance than a largo unccr alnty. Five dollars, as a matter of Justice, la bettor than fivo i linos five hpRgod and glvou grudgingly. Ask your wlfo what she tniiikx of his proposition. Perhaps, with a lit. Ic wise flnaticeoring and the exercise I more real Justice, ymi can add lm neiiyoly to her happiness and your iwn. Kansas City World. CHARGED WITH MURDER. Henry Prultt In Jail Charged With Snooting W. P. Rtibottom. Some threo years ago W. P. ltubot torn wna kiiiou on his farm near eon and today Henry Prultt of near Cornish was ntroMtod charged with tho effeuso. Uubottoni and Mm of his ueigh or woro having troublo about cattle broaklng Into tho Ileitis. Ileforo cay mi morning w-hllo Uubottoni was run nlng cattle from his Hold ho was shot with u Winchester rllle and died In- tantly. Tho murderer mado good s escape, having for circumstantial ovldcuco tho trackH of the horse ho was riding ami also In his hnsto dropped his hat. W. 1!. Mcl.emoro liegan work on the caao, an 1 so perfectly planuoil wpb the murder that but slow headway mild bo mado. Henry Prultt, who is charged with the cilme, Is well known lit Ant in re avlng formerly lived hero and Is well known throughout tho country- His frlemli will bo slew to believe that he Is t!i guilty party. Prultt is now In Jail and wlil like ly remain until his trial as .o-irt Is ow In oshIou. Minn Uussiill Hhlnholsor at Madden, Sykos & Oo.'s Is offorlng homo rart bargains In wlntitr hats. 4-3 Sometimes a vummi iuImcs her al- si tit htiHband iH-oautvo she can't hit him. A hair tonic manufacturor saye Unit bald men havo Rcod head for busl ness. Subscribe for tbo Ardmorelte. Read the WANT COLUMN8 of the DAILY ARDMOREITE. 5-I Pooplo with tho most oxponshe tastes usually have tlio letmt money meet them. COTTON MARKET. Hy Guillol Droa. Llvorpo! Futures. Ol'gx. lfob (I 92 71 Mull 0.02-74 A 1)1 fl.iu 7 OXOIK Jan. Fob. 7(1 09 70 119 OS liS OS 0M7 W l Mob. Apl.May .2 78 May June fl.81-7i Juno July f July Atiu n.fl-8 Aur, Sop tl.T-'- 0 Do. Jan ti.wf 71 Hpotn 7 90. Hflles 11,000. New Yerk future. oPRK MONTH Fan M:l m.70 May 19.91 1 lit. SO-18 July 12.88 m.io-i lit. is I AUK 1 to One Jnt 13.0ft Spoti 13.20 atontly. ' New Orleans Futures. ot'KN MONTH OI.OHK 12.7.1 77 JhII Mob. . 12 00 13 '21 13 19 20 May 13.(1 Mily 13.10 13.01 05 W.o Spots 13. (Julut. "Circumstantial Evidence." I ho abovo strong, realistic melo drama, by tlio well known author, Jos M. Martin, will bo tho attraction at tho Uoblnson opera houso tonight. Tho piece is tinder tlio direction of Gan Sun and Krod D. Fowlor. (Qua Sun, it will ho romombored, Is tho genial and miecessful minstiel mana. ger, and promises to bo ono ot tho strongest dramatic attractions that will appear hero this koosoii. While tho play Is drawn on tho melodramatic lines It differs widely from tho or dlnnry offerings of thl character In asmuch as the piece Is taken from life and Is wild to be true to nature. The story contains a strong plot whlca grnwa In Intensity as the play Is un folded, ample, wholesome comedy 1 1. ..in i ii. wuiiiiiik climaxes ami numerous pa thetic scene, livery auditor leaves tho theater tho possessor of a great moral lesson which will live In his mind for years. Messrs Suu ft Fow ler havo sinwed noltbor time, work or money In the selection of pooplo, sconory, etc., for this proluctlon. Som idon of tho onicunt of scenery iiboI will bo conveyed when we sny not ono ploce of scenery, outside of the drop curtain, Is employed belonging to tho theater. All special scenery from tho scenic studio of M. Arraburt tor A Sons, Columbus, Ohio. T. enst. Is all that could bo desired. There will be no advance In prices ilurlnc the engagement. Scats now on sale at Uonner & Banner's. SRe, ."0e and Jurt One Minute. One Mlnuto Cough Cure relieves n one minute, iiPcauHe it kills tho ml crobe which tickles tho mucous mom brano, causing the cough, nnd at the sanio tlmo clears tho phlegm, draws out me niiiaminatlon nnd heala and soothes tho affected parts. Ono mln uto Cough Cure strengthens tho luncs wnnts oil pneumonia and is a harmless and never fnlllng cure In all curable nses of coughs, colds and croup, One ai initio uougli euro Is plensant totnko. harmless and good alike lor young and Revival. iiroudway MothotlUit ihurch has eommencod a revival. Iiverybody U cordially Invited to attend an J take part. S. R GOODAUO, Pastor. Lincoln Club. There will bo a mooting of the Lin coln Club at the court house Tue.diy night, livery Uopubllcan In tho c!t Ih Invited to bo present, also all who Intend becoming nieinbers of out faith. Judge W. T. Nlxou will address tho club on Important Isaacs of thi lay. T. 11. JOHNSON, Pres. HINTS ON IMTETICS. Unripe fruits should ut.w ! par taken of. Oatmeal Is licatlng. heme n d.'slrabu cereal In winter months Well cookcil rice, arrow root and boll d mill; heal Inti'xiln.il Ii rlttitinus Pickles, exivpt when eaten with illeat and oily Io.hU ure iioslllv ly uu wholesome. Strong iiiffee. tuki ii without cream. Is refreshing to tl erves ami Htiiuuhit lug to the brain. Sweet thliiK.i and rare meat conduct to make gouty mid In the hluod of thoM pnillopo-eil to rheumatism. Toast and tea form an limillil die. which Is far from Ideal. There Is tan Ulc iichl In tlu- tea ulltl but little tint 1 1 incut In tlu toast. Food values dlfl'er acconllng to ludl Id mil connt'tutlons. Accoidln to the old saw. "What's one num's meat is tiothcr mau'b poNou." (iiistronomlc exiieilments should ! made with extreme cnutlun. Nothing Is of greiner linpoitaiiiv than io tmr take of tho- food which best equip the body foi life's work. If as the cynics claim, it Is tho not having a thing that makes it desira ble, why don't Lboy get over their mor bid feelings ? Hi SOLI' HONS OF RESPECT. On the Death of Max Mumtihclmtr by Ardrrors Ledge A. P. A A. M. To the Worchlpful Master, Wnrde-s ami Brethren or Ardmore Lodge No. 31. A. F. A. .M.: Whereat, Tbe Infinite God or the universe has called from tbo nativi ties ol llio our brother, Max Mun seiiiclmor, therefore In token of our esteem and our appreciation of our Iota, we adopt the rollowlng expres sion of our regard: Whllo all good Masons meet upon a level and are entitled, to like priv ilege add honors. It Is true that In this world of human endeavor nmt va riety of natural endowments, nil do not accomplish for themselves nnd others tho same good. In the case of our deceased and deeply beloved Hrother Alunteshelmcr, few Masons have so broadened tho ca lwcltles of tholr souls have cllmbol to such heights nnd drank so deeply of tho sunshine of urothorly love. He never thought or spoke evil ot his fellow man. Ho carried tho sunshine of happiness with him wherever he went; ho always had a good word ft r every ono, rich and poor alike. He was tho embodiment of courtesy ar. regard for tho feeling of others. He was not content to walk nlono but wa? constantly extending a nelplng hand to hlH less fortunate follow mon. H remembered and lived up to his obli gation; ho always whispered words of good counsel; every appeal made to him In charity's namo met with f prompt, loving and liberal rosponse. Ho was n loving and dovotod husband and father; n truo friend nnd a Good citizen. Ho loved humanity, for ho was at heart a true knight errant bu grounded hits armor at tho feet of the King of Kings, tho Lord of 1 ords, be fore whoi-o namo all good Masons are taught to reverently bow; thcrcroie be It Uesolvoo, )1rat, That In tho donth of Hrother Munr.eshclmer Ardimre lodge No. 31 A. V. & A. M. has lost ono of Its brightest, host and mcst honored members; that our communi ty has lost a true friend and one ol its most useful cHiiens and that his family has lost a most tender, ludul ?ent and devoted husband, father and counsellor. Second, That wo bow in humble sub mission to this decree of the Supreme Grand Muster of the Universe and pray for strength and grace that we may realis and be able to say, "The Lord gavo and tho Lord hath taken away; blpssod bo the name of tin Lord." Third, 'Hi it we tender to the b-Tcav- e. family of our deceased brother on: uust heartfelt sympathy in tbistholi ;rnt allllctlon au' assure them of tin- art Uiat we weop and mourn wll1. '. m. nnd that wo will ever ho'd In i ir reiiii nibranco him whom they '. e.I so well. fourth, That tnewi resolution!-- m- spread iipoi our minutes and tha. the . 'cietary of this todgo bo directed to tend a copy of them to tho family of mr deceased brother and also to fur nish copies to tho dally press for pub- llcatlon. It. V. DICK, .1. AV. HANKS. HI3NRV M. FUIIMAN. Committee. dopted nt rogular mcotlng of Anl moro ledge No. 31 A. T. & A M.. held SatuMay, JHiiuary '1 1905. (Soal) Ci:0. H. nitUCIi. Sec Tho finest entertainment of the sea son at Hargrovo next Krlday night 3-2. Uui-c 1 Ui'tfi; Pcc-cnlu i"ic(r,o;-.n 1 BLAKTON & General - insurance - Agents Office Up stulrs In new Ledbcttcr bulldlti, econd .stairway west of the Wtilttlngton. ARDRIGBE, : 4' ! ; : .; . .. ; ; ! ; -; ... .;. 4. To Advertisers THE ARDMOREITE Accepts advertis ing on a guar antee of a largi r circulation than nny newspaper published in Hid Indian Tcnltory. Pres.s.room.cnsli records, mulling llsts'nud. circulation records open to lii. pecti 11 at any time. . . . I I i . 4. .5. .j. .;, . , ... ;. . .j. , .j. .j. .j. ., .j. There is is much in dividuality about ourCloth ing as our firm name, which is the only one of its kind in the clothing trade. Exclusive styles, latest fashion, best quality and workmanship, fairest price and absolute guarantee. Look for the above label. Your money back for anything not right. For sale by Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co. Ardmore, I. T. $ Clear Havana v.o Cigars Would be considered a luxury even in Cuba They "ARE Really Excellent." WAPLES-PLATTER CIGAR CO,, Dallas, Texas, viuipriiu.wi iwfjtfHmnriMin- - BLRKS JIRE, : : IND. TER. j Succ ssors to A. F, .tones Groceries -AND - Wi- solicit your trmle htiil jjuttr Hiitee nt, ill titiii-8 tliu finest Flour, Mens, ('nfTeesnntl Fnucy Groenrieii Hiir Hhiptnentof Enst Texas pura IMbboti Can Syrup just received. mmmn m rccD C. P. HALL. V. M. HILLIh. HALL & HILLIS, PIIONB No. 104. No. 132, South Side linst Main St. AKDMORP, I. T. Ni v n: 'I Sec 1 ii FI.ukI OooiK-i of nil kiii'ls hf.itif hrt s id, tciitnl, re- p iii. (1 : .1 ( Xi-ll.ll'H'tl. SnsiaSIment Payments a Oas'a Prices. To U of tlio liijhcst grade ( f exit Hence, should be oh tuinccJ i.t Spii glf's where the hnkc!.' art reipiis su preme ard rints in the ureatcsl jiroft ' n of food things to eat. e have tl.'e line st Irt i.d, the moi-l lu.s ' ' s C i.Ues ,nd (:elijrhtful Rolls. SPIEGLE'S BAKERY 00 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Thade Marks Designs niuciiv v-ovr,;i;r ;;,rr "Jiiy ;'K"i';"?nJ liT.Mil. ,ri l rihm,ijrii,ltPl1ihto. r,.im, L.,,. .. llniisBitlcrjrroiui.icitni. HANDBOOK on PatiiitS rpfrmlnolUf, wllliout cliMruo. Initio Ie" Scieniific JVttiericati dilution -f iiiit icnt(tln J .uriml. Tin 13 b MuNN&Co.30'Br.New York Anrina ennii nn n .i.ni.'.. . . Landrum Bros. Calces g Pasfrw wMm-wy. - mvj " " " ''.', i - -