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ARDMORE. INDIAN TERRITORY. SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 25. 18U7.
POWERS ARE READY
Clarence B. Douglas In aa later lew
Talks of the Sltutli at the
To Stop the War When Either Turk or
Greek Says "Enough Turkey
Has the Worst of It So Far.
THE BANKRUPT STORE,
Monday, April 26,
From 9 to 12 o'clock We will Sell
mnn Yards bran new styles Calicos' worth
lUM 6c per yard, at - 2 I-2c
1200 yard Fancy Scotch Lawns, worth 7c per yd. at 2e
500 yards Beautiful Schallies, a regular 10c article, at .'!c
Lovely loe Organdies ier yard, at S l-He and lOe
LADIES SUMMER VESTS
A loe Vest for c A J0c Vest for 10c
A 25c Vest for 13c A 3"ie Vest for '20c
A 4()c Vest for....... 2."c
Summer Ventilated Corsets,
Worth GOc at 35c Worth 8.5c at 50c Worth $1 .00 at VCic
we sell a good $1.25 Corset for 75c.
Washington, April 2'. Sec
retary Sherman has received a
brief cablegram from Minister
Terrell at Constantinople, un
der date of yesterday, stating
that Osuian Pasha, the old hero
of the Turkish defense at Plev
na, left Constantinople last
night to assume command of
the Turkish army in the field.
The cablegram is regarded here
'as significant of some change
of plans on the part of the
Clarence 1L Douglas, who!
left Atoka some three weeks!
ago for Washington elty on
important business connected
with towusite matters, returned
to this city. Friday evening.
Mr. Douglas' business in Wash
ington city was before the in
terior and Indian departments.
and he feels highly gratified j
with the result of his visit, as j
he believes his mission was an i
-liET OUR PRICES ON
GALVANIZED IRON CISTERNS.
ALL KIXHS OK
Rooling, Guttering, Etc.
WMOR OK AlIMISTK'E.
IJerlin, April 2:.. Business
on the bourse here today im
proved on the rumor that an
armistice between the (ireeks
and Turks was being arranged.
; NVTIVE OKEEKS.
I Niagara Falls, April 2:5.
iNine native Jreeks passed
'through this city en routs from
I Minneapolis to New York on
their way home to take part in
j the war against the Turks. A
j party of fifty passed through
I from Chicago today.
unuualified success. To
Akpmokeite reporter y
"My opinion is, that thej
Dawes commission will be re-!
organized to a certain extent, j
and the indications are that Mr. i
Needles of Illinois, is a certain-'
ty as the successor of one of the
present lncumncnis. mt. riynu
is also regarded by the know
ing ones as certain for a ilaee
on the commission, .lust who
of the present incumbents will
remain is a matter of some uu-
feertaintv. The congressional
and senatorial friends of Mr.
Cabiness, in an interview with
the secretary, requested his
retention as a member of the
commission. However, this
was not done until after his
resignation had been asked for
and the matter thus disposed
of. I am of the opinion," said
Mr. Douglas, "that General
J. M. GOLLEDGE & CO.
JOI. Wiir.K anl KKPAlKINi't
.f u!I lih'U promptly attended t
o-we: will not be
M.iin and Caddo Street
, Ardmore, 1. T.
Downing's China Hall,
W. C. DOWNING. Proprietor.
Successor to S. II. NO LAND, X
Glassware, CMnaware, Qneensware, Lamps, Noielties, Etc.
Buy and Sell Strictly for CASH.
triT fall nu.l in-ect my gotHls. South Side West Main Street.
that the democratic party has
had control of the official pat-
Armstrong will be continued. , ronage of this territory for four
WE ARE STILL HEADQUARTERS FOR
His long and efiicient ofiieial I years being considered a sufli
service in the Indian depart- jcic-ut reason why they should I
Micueeueu u i ejuiuueuu;?.
Speaking of the treaty just
sirrned bv the Dawes and Iu-
ment has made for him a very
bright record indeed, in Wash-
RGQ pairs of Ladies and Misses Button Shoes j still held by the Turks
Oxford Slippers of 100 different styles!
none worth less $1.25, some worth $2.00 7Cni
and $2.50. Special Price Monday only
HELP l.Y Tt'KKS.
Berlin, April 2.'?. A telegram
'received from Constantinople
, says that while it is true that
the town of Prevesa has been
nartiallv destroyed bv the iruns
I of the (ireek warships and I ington city among the oQieials.
those of a battery which the j He is regarded by them in fact
'Creeks erected, the town of as an expert on all matters per
; Prevesa is not damaged and is Staining to Indian legislation.
land it is very probaide that lie
! will not be removed.
"I had t very pleasant iuter
: view dth the secretary of the
interior, the commissioner of
Berlin, April 2:.. The Frank-
foit Zietung publishes a dis
patch from Constantinople, j Indian affairs and the assistant
Idated midnight Thursday, say- commissioner of Indian affairs,
' ing that the news of the Turk-j duuring which the situation in
jish defeat in Creece has just , the Indian Territory was dis-
reached that city. The dis- eussed at considerable length.
patch adds that Osman Pasha, j They all seemed to agree that jtions that exi.-t, that lie is then
the hero of Plevna, has been; the nresent condition should 'doing more than iutiee would
uiau conimis.-ions, ni
Mr. Douglas said: It is sim
ply a command to throw up
vo'nr hands and stand and de
liver to the owners of the town-t
site, and a ret-not to the far
mer to Vet off the earth.' I
believe that where a man has
annually paid a tax to the In
dian government of more than
double the value of the lot which
he now ooeupies, where he has
vtir:etl n willillirness to IWlVi"
from twenty-five to three hun-jWHEM 111 6AINESVILLE STOP AT
dred times its original value to. . .. . .
get the title and bring about ChlCttaSaW HOtel,
lib ..t (Iii .tlii..PlOAIdl.
A. C. YOUNG.
15 North tVuninvrrc Street,
dispatched t( the frontier.
' be changed, and that as speed-
i ily as possible.
The Indian appropriation
.leman.lol mm. l no pioioi- NVwv FnmIh-dThroutfhout
tion to make them pay at the
rate, for instance
II Will Pay You to Read This.
Your Carriage or Wagon Axles Repaired
so that the Wheels will run as
well as when new.
! AGAINST THE GliEEKS. j
1 . 4 1 ' 1 Ml 1 ... ll'l fl..'H'U lll'lll IWl
1..O1H1011. -I1 11 '.. .IT01U- Hill. US JUU hllU,il iu..m-U ., ....n.. it ..
i ing to a special dispatch from iu the senate with a vision j - - h
(Athens, fighting has m,rmljiXn representations are
I id the olive groves near f " t ' i 0 1, J s a whole before ! ma,1? PV'ni,U"r e?"Z.
j .W, .he Turk. ,Z A
v:i ii i -
Fi:tE l'.t to All TiiAtxs.
TCRMS, t1.0 FE: F DAY.
.I. P. IJL'UTON. Proprietor.
Druggists and Booksellers.
A 1 1 EN the Wheel of a Carriage or Wilson has too much play on
the axle, the axle should le shortened so asto stop the disagree
able .rattling and waliMIn of the wheels. Have tin undersigned
examine your vt hiclc-and he will inform you of the cost of putting the
running jear in first-class order and explain the workings of the j
machine. All work full satisfactory or no pay. j
Ve have an invention ly which we can take the dish out of a wheel
fcu'l n.ake them as true as ever and for a very Muall price. j
DAN CONWAY, The Blacksmith,;
MILL STREET. - - - AKDMOKE, I. T. '
.i x l.. i t nation, -wr. noiiiria
inen a to r unpaua pase. a Thre swlns 'to 1. absolute
1 number of charre.1 corpses. ! ,y no o1 .iKisitinii whatever to
The inhabitants of Lakka and i the appointment of Messrs.
' Samarina have risen against ! Hammer. C'ampbe!!, Johnson
'the (ireeks and have welcome
the Turks with enthusiasm
and some power, and we can
use it where it will do a great
deal of good. Every man who
is opiHsed to having his posses- i
I W ill
Toikt A i tides!
t(H'k of Drugs
,l(?lHlllum,.l,r,ys toll,.-,vspt-- --".v -
"If It Lord Erie ' Fishia
WESTEUX Syl APKOX.
Corfu, April Ihe west- tion. except 'abt. Hammer,
iern (ireek stmadron of war- who is opposed by Mr. .John i V?
i i.:. .. i i . i t. 'I'.ivlit Mr 1'ovlent utie t'ntnv rrv
! snips Iia.s !upeii ieu me iih- : '" - - - ,
bardment of Prevesa, the Turk- ? - - J ; - iir ' W-l feller mvtt N5H. I
ish position north of the en-! for th(, lM,sitio,u L,lt has recon-i !
trance of the gulf of Arta, and ' ijc-a the matter and is now; l,.vl,.Tl
left this morning for Sautijan applicant, with vtry little' 'ut "e ''t er have the t INK.ST
J. J. Stolfa,
The place to go if yon
want a fit
ni nrriv.nl thi.r.. th ! chance for success.
I do not Relieve removals:
only frtun . .
fill ! had j
A Great Victory
or one of his stalT, the Kchowned Ey Specialist, of the II.
Uirschljcrg Institute of St. Louis, who corrects the most difli
eult cases of defective vision where others fail, and who has
set St. Louis and all other cities of this country talking over
ins wotiUertul method ot examining the eye
Can be consulted fret
bli. II. IIIUSCIIIiEIWS
war vessels began bombarding ... Uo not.Pe ieve remox au,
, , . i nii twill be made in the Indian lcr-.
the 1 urkish blockhouse. j rit0 unti, after tilo passage of
the tanil, as just at the present .
l'OWEUS AI:E A'iKEEU. Uiino tlm .ultmtiUtr.itirni in not
FOr ArdniOre, Ind. Ter'y.&I Ihussels, April St. LeXord' offending any of the gentlemei,
today announces mat an :i;c , iui-ieu i - u n - iim-i
powers have given their adhe-ttlltf ;V1 ,thof ot T, -writer Pa, r.
. , . v e .i i possible to count will be neees- , , ,
siou to the Tiote of the liussian ' ary at that 0J1(l of llu. t.a,,itai , I arl-n M,.- t.
minister ot foreign atTairs, when the taritT bill comes up tor Oil Hoard
Count MouravietT. assuring the 'final action. When this bill Iument Lnveh.jH .
JOli M. LONDON.
Full line of
1K. II. IIIh'SCIIBEI'ti.
'f chaige at
(ireeks and Turks of the friend- loes pass, however, I believe,'
... . f .i . ... . iK tines in isr ever one who nasi
lU'L MM) & SON Jeweler IV mtelTerenee oi ine j towers in : 1 i i . -i
,. .. m ij.uw & ..o. .nHnti,.i.t i been on the ground and eoii.id-!
tne i. resent struggle si stjoii ns i .i . i.. ,i . j
DR. If. HIRSCHBER(J...ri.Di-..f hl - erCU U1C Sll liai lOIl, UKU I'llUUge
KlufT. will remain Id A k dm emu. ro j iiwk'fMl tor l)V eitllel" SltlC.
CKI.ri',l TFI two dy omlt, Ji'fJB 2il nl Srd. In-!
SPf'CTU'I IV xm pit ! c-lo rlunlvi-. at the more nf hi Agent i
5 ruUl At. JjLS AM) hi L-(jLASSLS. a. A. Bilard Som. Wel Main St.. J
cAA.n i.i A 1 tu nJU lUASlUAUUA filer.. Ar.ujiunr., I . fQjjtjjj
V.. v. ... v. . .............. . --"- I
will be made from chief justice i
' a mmit1 I 4fcr.tin 1 1 l2 Will I
( oca-t ola at Loss A: homier s , not j thinkf ontr Vtry iarpoiy
mntain. 11-tf Unto this fight. The mere fact'
I5i;l Stenographer Note I'xM.ks,
Not ami le tter Heads,
lirief and Alsti:n t
Igal I'aji r.
JOE M. LONDON.
, Irusjiit and Stationer.
Our cloths for SrBINU SfiTS
lias arrivetl, and comprise the
latest New York fabrics and
colors. Call and ie oar
AIMlOKK - - - I. T.
Sjeeial attention given
ordered Work and Ieiairin.
Court Street. nnl djr frr-ra Cank