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VOLUME VII. lDM8S?'
ARDMOBE, IND. TER., MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1900. uoclr".,.W.',. OTHBEB 29a t. P. ASDERSON, President C. C. HEMBIH6, C. L Ylco President AHDEKSOS. Cualar. tVLIIIlUt , int. Ctsltr. FIRST NATIONAL Ardmore, Indian Territory. EU. Capital Paid Up Surplus Fund .$60,000.00 -100.000.00 THE OLDEST BANK 111 THE INDIAN TERRITORY. Drafts sold on all parts of the world. Accounts of firms and Individuals soiiciieu upuu me uiobl nuerui terms consistent with good banking. o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BRUCE k ROBERTS, Insurance and Real Estate BUSINESS PLACED IN OUR HMDS JILL RECEIVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION. Office Over First National 'Bank.- 'PHONE 21. ARDMOBE, I. T. o o 6 o s o 0 ARDMORE DRUG CO., Successors to i Mason & Mason I7 w w Headquarters for Typewriter Paper and Supplies. Full and complete line of Drugs, Paints, Oils and Glass at lowest prices. Bring us your Prescription Work. xi vi Gorman Building, Ardmore. Stevens, Kennerly & Spragins Co., IttlEJUIAIII speeches today closjng at Cleve-. I land tonight. .V-' FAVOR satisfied with work of con vention AND WILL STICK. USDS M WVM MM ROOSEVELT RESTED. I St Bcrtppo-alcRae Pre A notation. Lexington, Ky., Oct. .15. Roosevelt's rest yesterday did him much good. His voice was clear and firm -when he spoke to a hundred people at Midway on his way to Lexington. WILLING TO SUBMIT CHINESE QUESTION TO THE HAQUE. sonr iflTrcfSTinfl com re The Yoatser Caae Is Called Ordered te P recced A New Gold Dlacavery Peetal Card Pell Saata Fe Wreck-Teddjr Talks. MINERS ARE JUBILANT. By Bcrlpps-aTcRaa Pma Association, Mahoney, Pa., Oct. 15.-Schul-kill miners heartily endorse the action of the convention at Scran ton and are jubilant over the prospects of a settlement. At Panther Creek fewer men are out today than at any time since the sttike. CONFERENCE TO BE HELD. Hazleton, Pa,, Oct. 15. It 4s rumored iu the coal region that the presidents of these roads will held a conference in New York tomorrow for the discus sion of the action of the miners convention. There was a story afloat today that the operators will accept the convention's decision, but nothing is known on which to base the report. The United Mine "Workers' officials say that they are now again waiting on the operators and that they will continue to close up the collieries Bailer Rellaqelsbea Ceneiaad and Beers Sever Railway- Comasanlcatleaa Brltlah Geaerals la Confer eace la Pretoria. FAVOR ARBITRATION. Br Bcrlppe-lfcRae Press orl.tloo. Paris,. Oct 15. Figaro says Australia, Italy and Japan are in favor of submitting the question of China's indemnity to. an arbi tration of a tribunal of the Hague. THOUSANDS TO WELCOME BRYAN By Scrijtoa-alcRae Preas Association. JNew xork, Oct. lo. There is no doubt but Bryan's reception tomorrow night will be the larg est ever seen here. It is esti mated that 200,000 people will I attend the four meetings which he will address. INTERESTINQ BOER NEWS. - By Bcrtpps-ltcBae Press Association. Pretoria, Oct 15 An army that have been in operation since order has been issued . announc- THE YOUTSEY CASE. By Scrlppe-McRae Press Assoctanoa. Georgetown, Ky., Oct. 15. When tha Youtsey case was called today his attorneys asked a further continuance. The attorneys for the common wealth declared there was evi dence that Youtsey was sham ming to escape trial Judge Can tr ell ordered that the trial proceed at once. the strike began four weeks ago. There are many reports in cir culation that if the strike con tinues much longer a break in the ranks of the idle men will occur. There is a tear prevalent that if some of the men do re turn to work trouble will prob ably arise through efforts of the strikers to persuade the men to remain on strike. mg that liuuer has of the relinquished Natal field command forces. . Simultaneously with this order comes the news that the Boers have cut railroad communication at Strandon,4n the Pretoria and Natal railway. YOUTHFUL TRAIN WRECKERS. By Scrtpps-McRaa Press Association. Chicago, Oct. la. Five boys ;ing in age from nine to eleven years have been arrested on a charge of wrecking a Lake Shore railway train in South Chicago last night. BRITISH GENERALS CONFER. By Scnpps-McRae Preas Association. Capetown, Oct 15. Roberts, Buller, - Kitchener and Millner are confering at Pretoria on the situation caused by the contin ued resistance of the Boers. It is "understood the confer ence is formulating new plans for pacification. It is stated that Roberts will remain in Africa until Christmas. A. J. WOLVERTON, President. DON LACY. Cashier ' A. H. PALMES! Assistant Cashier.. THE CITY NATIONAL BAD I L . - Capital and Surplus. $75,000.00 ARDMORE. L. T- Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited. Courteous treatment accorded all alike. Ladies VlsltlndOalnesvlll Will please visit our store. We are showing the most gorgeous line of Tailor Made Suits. Jackets and Single Skirts A Perfect Fit Guaranteed wlh Every GarmemV HENINGER BROS., Fort Worth p.nd Gainesville, Texas.' NEW GOLD DISCOVERY. By Rcrtpps-afcRas Press Association. Seattle, Oct. 15. Advices from Dal ton show that a rich lead has been discovered on Bonanza Creek. Gold is said to be easily detec ted on the surface. SHELF AND HEAVY i . Hardware, Tinware and Stoves. A POSTAL CARD POLL. By Bcrlpps-lfcRas Press Association. New York, Oct 15. The Her- aid prints the result of a postal card poll from ten representative districts in Manhattan and Bronx, which - indicates that Bryan will have a New York of 18,000. We sell the celebrated Olds Patented. IN WAGONS, Bain, Springfield, and A similar poll in Brooklyn in- ried, was called today, butow- dicates that King s county will mg to the absence of a juryman give 24,000 plurality for McKin- was postponed ey. QUEEN SEWING MACHINE, guarantee, for $20. .twe with la five years keep the best line of Ever brought to Ardmore. "We will make it to your interest to figure with us on anything you want in the Hardware line. : m THE CORNER GROCERY STORE y Lea-l3 in Staple and Fancy Groceries. . LET ME SELL YOU YOUR OATS. HAY, CHOiS.CORN and BRAN mi S Free and prompt delivery -A. F- JONES. a 1 4 iQueenoriiie cj ;1 Pantpn Absolutely the E?EST FLOUR that money can buy. Once used, always used."-.' v THE MINERS SATISFIED. By Serlpps-McRas Press Association. Scran ton, Pa., Oct. 15. At the miners' headquarters today the men seemed highly satisfied with the work of the convention. They say their demands are most reasonable and rather than accept any less they declare they will stay out all winter and seek new fields of year. FAMOUS SCHOLAR ILL. By Scrlpps-afcRao Preas Association. London, Oct . 15. Professor Freprick Max Muller, the fam ous, philologist, is critically ill. MURDER CASE CALLED. By Scrlpps-atcRae Press Association- Marysville, O., Oct. 15. The trial of Roslyn, for the murder plurality in of Express Messenger Lane, in order to get money to be mac CONSPIRATORS ARRESTED. By Bctlpps-atcRae Press Association, . San Domingo, .Oct 14. De tails of a plot to burn the city employment next have been discovered and many arrests among conspirators against the Government have been made. fs mm or hm Record Breaking Crowds Went Wild With Enthusiasm When They Saw and Heard Him Even . Republicans Surprised. SANTA FE WRECK. By Sciipps-McRas Press Association. Fort Worth, Tex., Oct 15. Santa Fe freight train was ditched at Lampassas last night by running over a horse. Nineteen cars of cotton were burned. Fireman Baker was killed and Engineer Saunders lost a leg. ROOSEVELT ROYALLY RECEIVED. B. acrtDDa-McRae Prers Aasoclatton. Lexington, Ky., Oct. la. All I xinffton was at the tram to welcome Roosevelt. Ten thousand filled the avail able space at Camp House Square and listened to speeches hv W. C. P. Breckenridge and j ... - Roosevelt. How It's Done. The matter of the ejectment of a delinquent non-citizen is gotten at in this way: The Indian tax collector reports the delinquent to the governor of the tribe, who, in turn, makes complaint to the In dian ageat requesting the delin quent's removal fror the nation. This complaint is forwarded to the commissioner of Indian affairs. who issues an order of ejectment approved by the secretary of the interior to the Indian agent, di recting him to have the order of ejectment executed. The execution of the order is then turned over to the Indian police. M'COOK TAKES HOLIDAY. n. SerlDDe-ltcKaa Press Association. Seattle, Oct. 15 John mc- rvwir iTnited states consul at Dawson arrived yesterday from tha north, on his -way east on leave ofabsence. Runaway. A darkey's team bitched to a wagon toot ingnt late Saturday night on North Washington street and was rapidly leaving Ardmore dust behind when the wagon col lided with the post supporting the big sign of the Chickasaw Lumber company. The sign was de Akron, O., Oct. 14. Eastern Ohio, from Chillicothe to Akron, gave Mr. Bryan a rousing wel come. He spoke to 2,500 per sons in the railroad yards, in Chillicothe this morning before breakfast. In the morning papers Mr. Bryan-read that Frank S. Mon- nett, formerattorney general of Ohio, had formally declared his intention to vote for him. In Lancaster Mr. Bryan took Mon- nett's action for a text and won his audience. He spoke tonight in Akron, the original home of the trust in its present form, to an enormous audience. Richland county, in which Mansfield, the home of John Sherman, is situated, gave Mr. Bryan the warmest welcome he has received in a city the size since the tour began. Republi cans as well as democrats de clared that the crowd was the dinner pail labeled . "Hanna's taffy and broken promises." Several hundred boys dressed as Uncle Sam marched in the parade. The meeting was held in front of the court house, and over the speaker's stand hung a huge banner, "I am an Ameri can." Mr. Bryan's reception at the meeting place was all that the thousands could make it As he took -up the questions asked by Gov. Roosevelt and answered them, the 'crowd became wildly enthusiastic. Mr. Bryan spoke for an hour. Circleville came out to' hear Mr. Bryan 8,000 strong. Nearly- twice '.that many thronged the station yards at Lancaster. In this section is a considerable German element, and there was a large sprinkling of them in the crowd. Mr. liryan closed his speech with a request that John G. Lentz be sent back to consrress, and the request was met with a chorus of "We will! We will!" Psew Liexmgton s crowd was large in proportion to the size of the towr. An old soldier climb ed on the platform of Mr Bryan's car at Zanesville and handed him a bouquet, which he asked him to accept from him self and other veterans.- In the.qrowd of 5,000 at Zanes ville there was a strikingly smal number of women, and the at tention was close. One of the big demonstrations of the day was at Cashocton. Loud en ville, Ashland, Sterl ing, Junction Uity, urooirsviiic and other smaller places all gave Mr. Bryan enthusiastic wel comes. Mr. Bryan will spend tomor row in this city resting. Then he croes on to New York for the great Madison Square Garden demonstration Monday night. The Bryan tram arrived in Akron at 7:3U p. m. and was stopped on the edge of town where the parade was formed Mr. Bryan alighted from the train at that place. He was met by the local reception committee and Mayor Jones of Toledo. The in latter will accompany him dur- the rest of the campaign trip in this state. The meeting tonight has held Main street in the center of the city. Mr. Bryan was given an ovation when he appeared on the platform. The streets for several squares were packed. Great throngs filled the streets tonight, and the noise was deafening. Shoes, Boots and Sheas The Shoe IVIan- AT LYNN Children Shoes ail Solid Leather, go at 50c, 60c, 75c Misses' and Boys' Shoes. Solid Leather, go ' , 75c, $T.00up Ladies' Fine Shoes Sam ples gtf at $1.00, $1.50 np Men's Shoes, Solid Leather, at $1.00, $1.25, $1.60 Nice new line . of la dies' and gents dress shoes at from 25 to 50 cents less than any other shoe dealer. ALL AT - LYNN, , The Shoe Alan's; R. T.DALLAS Has a complete line of Dry Goods. Groceries. Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps.Que'ensware. Bought for spot cash. Come and get prices before you buy. One price, honest dealing to all North Caddo street. - - BRYAN IN PENNSYLVANIA. r. Bertooe-ateBae Preas Association. - . Philadelphia, Pa., Oct 15. Bryan's reception here was on a large scale, he address m ten thousand Deople on trusts and wMV w m m. was vocefirously cheered. molished. - I laxeest in the history of the city. Forty ' thousand formed a .. I tranrd nf honnr fihnut tha sneak- in the " r BRYAN SPEAKS AT CANTON -M. Pi n laannlsrma . Canton, Ohio, Oct 15Bryan nf Hvpd t McKinlers home this arm - nr morning And addressed an en thusiastia crowd for five minutes Prisoners to Chlckasha. Twenty-eight prisoners custody of United States Marshal Hammer and his corps of special officers consisting of E. M. Goflf; Harry Lyons and Father Hall left this morning for Chickasha. Some of the prisoners belong to the Chickasha jurisdiction and others have volunteered to go there that they might enter pleas of guilty, and begin their terms of penal; servitude as soon as possible, THE GREEN FLAG STORE. For Bargains in Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes and Notions. - Best l&chlns Tbretd, 8 spools for 35c. . IS. UULUSr.llTH. er. - Three -bands, several uniform ed marching clubs, amounted club and several . floats, were in the long parade that marched behind him from, the station to j the cour; bouse. ' On one of the floats were forty -five little gkis dressed in the national colors. One banner bore the words: "What is the difference be tween a Spanish robber and an American robber?- Ask Rath- g Cudahj's Diamond T s Mince leatrS ; Take your Prescriptions to Ard from the ' rear . platform of the I core Dro2 Co. Only fresh, drugs I bone and Necly. " tr&ifi. '---."'its 'wtU 'fStka" 89vcrsllc3. . ' ; . 11-Ctl xAncthsr ra r;;;:ri,'cfa i r. Is-a distinctly superior articlo for making delicious andwhplccerr.o mince pies-' . . . V