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SIDNEY SUGG 8 Prop""- 3Jttrt4 fc- :: 1 'J" A.rdar.rt it gtct: ' if Ma ! M!t ,nm! 2Li: ltttllfbC ny afternoon t:tH ttj;day a tunda Morbit oatt lutfi at.oii. North wasa- DEVOCRATIC CONSERVATISM. . v. hi. h ' - imposition towar '. ! instit-iti' f -n .. ihc!n-i c an1 ourii' desire i : il a.;. "t Tlier- no tuascristion Ktc; nit wee 0l ajoetb ... rear U .SI 10 TCftMl OP U. a. COURT, 15. 1904; two 19. 19' 4, two At d February . eeks. At Tiihomirtgs- Februtary 'it wtrin. At Chlefcaaha "March 21, 1904 eka. At Ryan April 4, i94; two week. At Psek Valley April 11. 1904; three week. At Purs ell May 9, 1904. ud Jann try 2. 15; ten days each. At Ardmore May 1, 1904. and J" ary 12. 105: JtlB weeks or Ion per. TIME TABLE, fi-jlf, Celcrado and Santa Fe Railway. (Soathboucd.) ftUvtttoc 4: Cilcaco Ex;. . .3:40 a., id. Sleburne it K. C Exp 4:40 p. m. (Northbound.) ulveston & Cblcaco Exp.. 12:35 a. ra. lieborae k K. C. Exp 11:50 p. a. Cr.eetaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway. Arrire at Ardmore 1:50 p. m. Uxt Ardmore 3: SO p. ra. Lcal ireirht carrying passengers Cio. No '.ralot on Sundays. Arkn:ai and Choctaw Railway. i.cave Ardmor dally 1:30 a. m. Arr. Ardmore dally 12:10 p. m. ufr&ve Ardmore dally 2:36 p. to. Arr. Ardmore dally 5:!5 p. m Mixed Train I.v. Ardmore. .0:00 a. m. Mixed Train Arr Ardmoro. .0:00 p. m. All Unltod States malls clo 3' tlnutes prior to train time. Hereafter the malls will bo closed t? sc. Instead of 8 p. m. aa form .rly. D. REDFIEL-D. P. M. Ce the Ixng Distance Telephone t A fall up Theme No 6, If you want r,fcq Ardmorelto. DL OEKE nii Aidmore. Monday. February 8. 1904. The huppn -l oi'!" in tin- win lil ;ue those who k'i out nl debt, ul of tflre. out of lti'K, alum notoriety, n ake Ml) honest living by honest moans; follow the golden rule, humbly h'rvo tho living 0ml. pursue the "oven tenor of their way and neglect no op portunity of doing good " "Will Go on Your Bond" V are aenty for the Auierkan Houdlns Co and are prepared to furi:i-h bond of all clisfcs at fair rates. We a!v ritL- I Ire, C clone. Plate lln4, Accident and Health Insuiniice In flrft-class wompanles. BLANfON & BERKSHIRE, Office ceo ml stalrwnv west of the Itittlngton Motel. ARBitfORE, : : : iUU. TER. To OHClAL MEWtPAPER Of U r cited Btatas Court lor lie 8otaeni jjiitrict, Indian Tarntory; alo for Ao Chlckaaaw Stocfc AaaoclaUon ot iia ladlan Territory, aad tae official us of the city. 1 Ay arroaoout roMctioat upon u ractr or repautlon ol any peraca -aleh may b prlotod in the ArdmoTO or asy article baiad oa reports it aro falaa will b fladly corrected t nrovebt to tfa atteaUoa of ttao pub-itatr. l.if "T IVrrntnw y to ivak mlr,i,' : to iicHroy wih'it tM m- th v 1 z,r- ! iiK.;i.a' :ii-iii'- Tlleic -no i . n I i" do woi mi- !i-,.' sound rwtiio'l a'hlp" a iHtter nd. lvmor-ra-y will ptiraue n.i hysterica' imrpw. lut rmiber a clm and arlen iiflc itiiitM' of "radlf-atlon mlten' nith ihf h-aM illriiptlon. fj'li. U m utuvi iiwn. ..." . .il Itaalf with Iha kin. I 4- o; onsTvatimi -xprriil In Mr j Marietta. KKjv?tfa ranous baok-down ttneas ,' r an! Mr X H Vbi Ww ac on the tariff and truat. In which j unlay for 8 lxtix. , h d- :ar 1 H.at tie 'vll In thei-' In- y Walker h U for Fort Worfti ftimtlon f-n ovprmatchl by tn- 'yt-aitrJay. where he will make bin) koI and thi to illt'irb th pvi.s j,!ti,re hom 4 ,s, NEWS OVER THE PHONE. 4- S.i' fifl '8 MARKET I COTTON MARKET. It ttpih: j KflRMIIfiRFiTF? By Gulllot Bros. Tho Domocmtle rty owed lyudi to .Mr. Whitney, and If It hal imwl t.im preilttettt the oldlnutVon would still be unpaid. llt eutmnce Into politic waa due to a senae of the duty UmU every citizen owes to bin otmtry. He cared nothing for otttcv He aougnl none. Itla waa a pure do .otion to party for principle's aake dlaclple of Tllden, he believed In ! s faith, and lie derived that faith from a close atudy of the conMllutloti an (I the const ruction of It found in the wrltlnra of Jefferson, .Madison. Tackaon, Van Btiren, Calhoun and oth er Democratic statesmen. In the bat tle of his party he waa always to be found In Ilia front rank until the cam l alga of 1S8C, whn he retired, thor "MKhly disgusted. Ho will be romem-in-red also for what ho has done for the turf. In overy sone lie ws the .reatost horaoinau In Ainorlcn. mul to lilro moro than to nil othoi'M nre vc indelitoil for t-leuner raclnn In the East, which has benefited the whole country. Ills stud Is ono of tho finest lp Kentucky nnd his string of horses imionK tho bent. Ho raced for pure love of tho sxnt, nnd ovory yonr lost thmisiitMlH of dollarn. Connnen-lal-Ap penl. wuiild lie uu.Keruua. In fact, the leraUon rf attaeklnc them at all teemed to hlni 10 bv o very delicate that ho )- line to advise it. He an-nonnet-d th- do tiini- of toleration of ills and ftubmisftton t injuiy. t)eimwraey will not uniwnt to view a "nereaary evils" aurh matters ai Federal corruption, mulcting tariff protectjon and the palpable, disorders of the truau. "Speaklnt upon the tariff. Represent ative Williams. In his recent and widely read address, exhibited the sound ud discriminative views which 'tmracterixe the Democratic attitude. Maying that hla party had no desire demolish the tariff at a single blow, m explode It with dynamite, or to pull down its pillars and throw down the f-trueture with a crash. To Democ racy a tariff virtually repreeenta a tax upon consumers. A Democratic tariff, therefore, should aa nearly as might tie provide for equal taxation of '-onsumers; for an equalised charge upon consumption, or the thing con sumed. Mr. William thus correctly inter preted DetlHx-rai-y conservatism. Re publican ron wnatlfftn la a misnomer, unlove the BnaiUh language has suf fered a distract loss of meaning. The Republican -arty stands pat on its K'-deral scandal)1, on the trusts, on the tariff, aad etortally on Its ma i nine organisation now In the llower of development. The Republican party Is loath to forefo the moro abundant fruitfulnee which eight year' perfection of machine holds tuith It is obliged to seek vindica tion upon Its paat record, its past poll i it In rigidly held by circura- to the defense of Its career, Its it n attainments. Change or - ih utterly denied It. Its i iiohition from wnicb .no titu.-'S i . iii.i : it- est-ape is expressed in tin iiiini ninaie uhrasi "stand pat:" slg Hiving I'Xlreme uegailon: excluding tin- idea of determination to act. to improve, to move at all; denying In tention and suggesting impotence of will. "Stand pat" Is the poaltloit of n dlro Mironw, pnrly forcoil itKulnst n whU. Cnn there ho cmiKorvatlstu In nuh an tilirn mtltiidt?? The ountry Is thoroiigitly llrwl of utand jxtt" which denies not only Che possibility of remedy hut the ex istence, of eiutentlal wrongs. Doumc racy will iixA-e along h middle course, carefully, guarding against unneeev ury damage. Kit-king gralually to ef fect desirable changes. St. I.outa Re public -tail' i.iii p. t t ' HEALDTONT Many Sowing Oats. Davis, I. T., Keb. 7 -- Tho fnlr weath er nftor tho cold sjiell 1ms left the farm lands in excellent colndltion for working. I-'iinnera generally nre ink Intr lulvnutago of this, ami nre turning their lands for spring planting. Mnuy nro Miwlng oats this weok, and It tho weather continues fair several thonw- terdny going west.. Special Curruttpothlence. Ilealdton, I. T.. Feb. r.. Tlrtre are wimo indlcatlona of rain today and tho weather seems spring-like. Still, a the ground-hog saw hla shadow on (.ho 2d, we had belter be Iow with our gardening. The farmers generally nro plowing and say tlio ground, turns In line HhaK, tleorge Tyson and Dr. Rodgers of Chagrls wero on our street this week. Ml Jilo Gray of Ardmoro Is lioro the guoat of MIw draco Orme. Her ninny frlendu wore glad to koo hor. V. It. IiiKrnm'a family have tnov ed to Ardmoro. There 1m dome lltlo HlcknoM repot t d In tho country, mostly la grippe, or tho roetHt of It. Among the Hick we nolo the family of I). O. Davis, Tom Couch and Mr. Proctor. None nre onsldere.l eriouly t k. We hear .nothing of. tho smallpox mid HiipiH)a the ease ware tho chick en pox. ' ' W. F, McKnlgiit ha, put up a wind mill, tho Must In our town. Mr. Mttllin of Ardmoro, wltk n par- t of (MuH'tnws, passed through yes- Tlshetnlnge. W. M. I jwnon. ho. home Is at Anlmori. diHi at tte- Writer hotel In this dy last night at 11: IS. The family waa at the bedside and will sr company thr- funeral prorentrlon t' Troy, where Interment will take place ttday. Preveiwe, R. H. Thomas, who died here las' Friday, waa burled Saturday. Mrs. Henry Thorn peon died with pneumonia Saturday ami waa buried hire yesterday. The Provence Republican club held u meeting at the school hottto last night. Rev. .1. D. Jeffrey preached here last night. Durwood, W. A. Marlon went to Ardmore on buslneaa today. Ravla. Mr. Gordon, a hotel-keeper, died here yesterday and will be burled to day. " Dougherty. W. 8. Eitbanks. White Frost. Joe Draughon and Mr. Walker were the Mill Creek visitors at the burning n.-ountaln yesterday. Judge . K. White and daughter of Sulphur were here yesterday to fee the burning mountain. J. H. Miller Is here from Port Worth f, secure for the Record some pictures : the beautiful scenery surrounding 1 ougherty. Mrs. M. J. Oau died here Saturday and will he burled today. Berwyn. Sam Hauoy, who Uvea a few miles forth of town, la very sick with pneu monia. Sirs. J. C. Little la very alck. Davis. John Kennedy died hero Saturday at C o'clock of Urlght'a disease and waa burled yesterday at 5 o'clock. The protracted meeting which has been In progress for several weeks, closed last night. Between .) and too (onverHloiiK are reported. Leon. R. H. Roherson has geno to Kaunas city to hity his spring stock of kooiU. Tliln suction wiia vlhllod Saturday by tho biggest hall storm over known here. All glass and cosily broken nr- tlcloa wero destroyed in a short time. Tho hull drifted Into pllea two feet deep In a few minutes. Comancho. Itio city marshal raided a gambling dive on West Main street last Satur day and bttrnod all the gambling paraphernalia. Duncan. The local Confederate Veterans. Hons and ItauglMers, held Gordon me morial M'i ! at the Methodist church yesterday. Rev. Sims, the Liverpool Future. ... Feh .7S-w Feb. Men o.ao-w Mch.Apl a 90-Tl Apl.May 8.30-92 May June H.P0-9S Jons July .;0 92 Jaiy Antr 6.sot auk. r'ept .7174 Sept Oct 8.20.13 Oct. Nov 8-S0.E6 Spot 7.0s Males 5.000 Tone jelet OLOtl in I m .n 6.19 i " 698 I 6.IH ! 8 93 8.92 6 76 6.13 S.Sii Daily, Established November 2, 1893 Weekly, Established Nov, 27, 1894 MONTH Jan . . . Men.... May ... July ... Auk.. .. Sept.... New York Futuret. OPKN. 14 , 14.0S 14 13 6S 12 60 CLOSK. 13. l..-f 0 U bit SI 18 iO 91 18.30-a Mav. July, tiept. Chicago Grain Market. WHEAT. W 851 CORN. May... July... Sept. . 5 OAT8. May. July. 44 m 01 bli o2l 501 411 87:' rOHK. May 13 75 13.35 For Sale. Fifteen thoroughbred barred mouth Rock cockerels within next ten days. A bargain. S. S. TOLSON, 31-tf Ardmore, I. T. Wythe DENTIST, Dr. J. 0. Abernethy, over T. X. Coleman's drug store. 3-lm C. O. . G. EXCURSIO" S. Mardi Gras, Feb. 10 to 1C, Now Or leans, Ia. Date of sale, Fob. 9 to 14 Rate. $19.65. Mardl Gras, Mobile, Ala., Feb 0 to 14. Rate $22.88. National Educational Association. Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 20 and 21. Rate $27.95. Itch Ringworm. K. T. I.ucaa, Wlngo, Ky writes, April 25, 1002: "For 10 to 12 years I had been mulcted with a malady known ag the 'itch.' Tho Itching was most unbearable; I had trlod for years to find relief, having tried all romo (lit I could hear of, besides a num ber of doctors. I wish to state that ono aingln application of Ballard's Snow Liniment cured mo completely and permanently. Slnco then I have used tho liniment on two hoparato oc casions for ring worm and It cured completely. 2nc, 50c and $1.)0 For sale at W. B. Frame's. Knew tlie I'uriiiiilii, For (jtiiimib. an intelligent ami popu lar Comanche chief, the attlemen around Fori Worth, Tex., built a house nutl I'tiriiMiiil it. They were rather puzzled nlieli be told I belli that the Hint article of furuiiure he wanted was a roller Uet-U. "Wluit cun you do with MetlKMllst pastor, delivered a eulogy j ?1 roller deU, guunahV" they said. ind acres of oats will bo sown durtng tho weolc. Indications now jiolnt to an .ncreah ed acreage In cotton this spring. Nearly all farmers aro preparing for icroutod acroago in tho old lnrnU nnd 'nu sand of acres of now land inn ng prepared for plant inr will p:a' i ail bo put in cotton Should tho present weather con tinue some gardens will be planted before long. Mr. Burrow of Giuliani waa lioro to day aftor tomo yoarllnga he had bought. J Mr. James from Hewitt, our new rnai'i-hal. has moved into the lien Co' ' hn-. Home I cm the life of Gordon, and the veterans and sons of veterans participated lit tho renderiug of a good program. The meotiug hh largely attended. The railroad committee, of tin "iace has Pin asked to meet a like commit tec of Ijiwton cltiseus at tills place next Wednesday night to Join hands wltii them In a proposition tiioy havo Just received from the C. O. T. rail load peojile. Springer. J. M. Arnold wont to Ardmore on business today. Miss Georgia l.ooman of Ardmore spent Sunday with rolatlvon In Spring of. M. W. Allen returned to his home at Mannsvllle yesterday nftor n visit hero with reViias. J. U Faust. ot.' of tho Juro'i r tho lo-irt at Anlinory, spent an in- with hit- family hero Woodford, Tliere is to lie n big hall horo to night. U'.ihani, , J. W. Brooks went to Ardmoro on i.ielness today. Slartln McCourtney o Conl'jnto Is a visitor horo this week. Fox. leu Munioshehnor Ik here today. Tho sick of thl locality are report ed hotter todav. .1 C. Pierce will po to Ardmore 'o "You eim't write." "Oh. I wnnt Yin," said Qimnuh. 'Yon see, I open desk, nn' I Fit down In my chair, an' 1 put my feet up on desk, an' 1 light my scegnr, an I hoi" iU'Wpiipef up front o' uie, like this snbev Then white man come In. an' lie knock at door, an' he ny, 'Qiianah, I wan' talk t' you a minute.' And I turn roun' In my chair an' puff lot o" Hinoke 'n hi- fm-e. an' I my: 'Go 'way: I ve'y liu-y t'daj !' " f .1. .1 rl. .i. i L ,1 .1 .1 .7. 1 I .1 Average Sworn Circulation Daily Edition Ko th year end in.' Soptcmboro. 1!3, Weekly Edition... For the year ontl in.St'ptembei'.lc, 1!0;J 2.100 3,500 4- An Increase of 60 Per Cent DURIXti THE PAST Y K A K. -re f 2, A. .1 ,t .1 rl .a '!? Prints More Territorial News Than Any Other Paper In the Great Indian Territory. t55 i 4. ,1 ,1 J. J. :!: i. r'l x ,t EACHES every Territory Postoffice, and is, there fore the best advertising medi um to be had. It is the official journal of the United States Court for the Southern district; The official journal of the City of Ardmore, and the official journal of the Chickasaw Stockmen's Association. yyamaajH najgaWi Mi I NliHIII iMlilill lll'IWI Hill Daily, per Year, - S5.00 Weekly, per vear, $1.00 Invariably in Athaut'o. A- 1. ,1 i ,1 wm A l'rliui- Mlnlntrr. MlilnLr. I.onl John Ruoopll, when Hrltlsh prime nilnimer many years ago, made the aciinaliitance of the late Karl of Stair, then I .or A Dalrymple. at a coun try house and wa" linmonsely taken with III amiable manners. "1 inn very plciccd to have uiiiilu your ncipialnt ance." he said, shaking him warmly by the hand. "You iuut come Into the hoii-e of coiiiiiiuiix and support me' tliere." "I have been doing that for the last ten years," wan the unlet re- 1 Joinder. Tin- I, nil; Uentlat. I do not think 1 loulil reconcile my Keif to the inlniMrutlons of a lady den- 1 list. The iM ruction of ll tooth R 1 : should sny, the job of all others that ' requires a imiM-uliiic touch There limy lie "he females." n Arteinus Waul called them, who poes this iiiiilltlc.i- tlon, hut It will not be acquired by j training. The lady denlM must be j born, not made. -London Truth. i Advertising Rates on Application. 1? . : f. mid ft I Ono troublo with somo mon who pav as they gv is they go very lit t ARDMORE INDIAN TERRITORY v V .V at i lis-