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AIIDMORE, IND. TEH., Ill I DAY KVEN1NG-, APRIL 10, 1901.
I'WW'J NU3CBER 147
t. P. ANDERSON, B. P. FRENSLEY, C. L. ANDERSON, S. H, TORBEIT,
Presldant. Vice President. Cashier. Asst. C&shr,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Ardmorc, Indian Territory.
Capital Paid Up.
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY,
Drafts sold on all parts of the world. Accounts of firms and Individuals
solicited upon tlio most liberal terms consistent with Kood banking.
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$ BUSINESS PLACED IN OUR HANDS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
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m -Office Over First National Bank.--
REDFIELD & WOLVERTON,
Fire, Accident Health
Only first class companies represented.
5 We solicit your patronage and guarantee i
Oflice in Pennington Building, over Leatherwood & Fielder's. J
the GooM .
m I HARDWARE
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BUY THE BEST
The following merchants only are handling Kupion Oil in Ardmore
Tisdal & Boraar
Skipworth & Cullum,
A. A. Bailey,
J. A. Bodowitz,
W. A. Payne,
W. A. Daniels,
V. A. Niblock,
S. E. Jenkins,
MONUMENT OF SUCCESS.
for the Wftfl
e shall place
k room, best
west in tuu cl
nud $3.00 al
lias been brought about by our
keeping faith with the public in
everything and bj selling tho best
Roods to bo had for the least money.
In every department in our store
will be found goods that arc
standard the world over and sold
ut moderate prices. Wo buy
goods for our h.ilf dozen stores,
which enables us to get the lowest
prices always the best.
Sewing Machines and Sporting Goods
STEVENS, KENNERLY & SPRAGINS CO.
WYNNEWOOD, MARIETTA, GAINESVILLE
IWnBVV Ho11 IinPenlcnts Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
ho Arrimnroito For First-Glass
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COLLAPSli 01' BANK.
The Vice President a Self-Confessed
at. Paul, Minn., April 18 A
Sioux City, Iowa, special to the
Dispatch says: "The Lemars
National bank at Lemars, Iowa,
did not open this morning. Thomas
b Ward, vice president and man
ager of the institution, is a self
confessed embezzler to an amount
offiom $25,000 to $30,000. He
has also absconded. Ward depart
ed on Monday night nnd yesterday
Cashier Frank Koots received a
letter from Ward beginning:
Dear Frank :-l leave tonight,
for God Almighty knows where.
This board of trade business has
ruined me. Save me from iudict
ment if you can. I will pay back
every cent I can."
Then the writer explained tho
funds from which he had been
stealing to cover his losses.
Tho officers of the bank arc:
President, V. G. P. MacLagan,
who is in Scotland; vice president.
T. F. Ward, absconded: cashier,
Frank Koots, the only officer, in
town. Directors, J. J. Tierney and
John Linden, both in Hot Springs,
Cashier Koots, in the absence of
advice, closed tho doors, posting a
notico that an examiuer would bo
placed in charge.
Other Lemurs banks, the First
National, German-American and
LGermau State, learning last night
that tho Lemars National would
not open today, sent to Sioux City
for currency to withstand the ran
today. The Sioux City clearing
house responded promptly, offer
ing ample assistance.
The defunct bank was organized
a number of yeurs ago by William
H. Dent, who represented Ply
mouth county in tho state logisla
ture in 1895. He left the state
after disposing of the institution,
Ward coming from Primghar,
Iowa, to be manager. The bank
was capitalized for $100,000, apd
at the date of the statement, Feb
ruary 15, showed $108,000 do
Ward was a member of the dem
ocratic state central committee
from the Eleventh congressional
district. The sad feature of the
case is that Mrs. Word is danger
ously sick at her home, having
given birth to a child but a week
ago. News of her husband's dis
grace is kept from her.
fleo. Watts & Co. Keep
fresh fish, as well
as butter and eggs.
Call early tomorrow morning.
liulldlnc a $50,000 Target.
Now York, April 18. Work
on a turgot to cost about $30,000
will begin at tho Brooklyn nayy
yard in a day or two. Tho tar
got, which is to tost tho rclatlvo
strength of tho Gathmann torpe
do gun and tho regular 12-inch
rillo, will duplicate a section of
the battle ship Iowa in rosistin
power. It will bo faced with
armor plato twolvo Inches thick,
naruonea by huK.rupp process
When linishoil lb will bo moved
to Sandy HookJ, where tho trial
will take pla!e. '
111 let Seed
At Porter Stapled,
fy-at The Ked Headed Grocer's.
Wanted Itesponfible man to
take contract to cut from ICO to
1,000 cordf of .wor-4 in good tim
ber. Call at jny eiideuce, Clark
street. 19-3t Q, 0. Waurek.
When you so tho Whito Ele
phant name pla' on, buggies, you
will know- it sUui; for full value
and a good gnjranteo as to quality.
Sold only by Sirens & Williams.
A. J. WOLVKRTON, J. A. HI YENS, DON LAOY, A. II. PALMER
President. Vlco-Pres. Ca9hlur, Ass't Uaulcr
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
ARDMOHE. I. T.
Capital and Surplus $85,000.00,
Major .1. B. MerwiuotSt. Louis,
delivered his famous lecture
Shakesncare's Estimalo of Wo
man," nt the Broadway Methodist
church last night under tho aus
pices of the W oman's Club," ot
the city of Hannibal, The largo
auditorium was crowded to over
flowing with Ilnnuibul'B most
fashionable people, and the closest
attention was paid to the eloquent
address. Tho masterful manner
in which Major Merwin handled his
subject clearly showed that he was
thoroughly acquainted with tho
work of Shakespeare. Ho went
deep into the writings of the great
author nnd showed plainly how
Shakespeare painted true to the
life the overmastering ambition
and never swerving purpose of
woman and the high estimate he
placed tipou her in tho possession
nnd U80 of these qualities.
Never did a moro highly pleased
audience filo out of n church after
a lecluro in the city of Hannibal.
Daily Morning Journal, Hanni
Major Merwin will deliver the
nboye lecture at the First Presby
terian church next Friday night,
April 19. Everybody cordially in
vited. Admipsion 25 cents. 10 4t
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James
Gait yesterday, a daughter.
Car of corn, car of chops and 11
car of bran just received at Laugh
lin's. 19 d-2 w 1
, For Sale on Easy Payments
Folding beds, bed room suits,
chiffoniers, wardrobes, side boards,
china cases, book cases, combina
tion desks, baby carriages, go
carts in fact, everything in tho
furnituro line, at C It. Jones' Fur
uiture and Carpet House. 18tf
iLi'lf.you wish to have beautiful,
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ciear wnue ciouies, asx. zor uea
Cross Bag- Blue. Refuse imitn
Choato & Finley, the old reliable
transfer men, are permanetnly loca
ted at the City Livery Stable, where
all calls will be looked after. For
tho closed carriago or wagonette,
for -weddings or funerals, 'phone
No. 27. m3tf
Strictly new spring patterns in
Wilton velvet, Moquetts nnd Ax
minster carpets juet received. If
you need a carpet it will bo a pleas
ure to us to show you the new
patterns. I have 25 or 30 last
year's patterns that 1 will sell
cheap. They are bound and will
make nice rugs. 18tf C. It. Jones.
Satisfaction guavauteed. A St
and 8th Ave. X W.
oS lm Mas. A. Kimiilk
only a few left from the ladies ba
zaar. The prices have been re
duced and it's a good time for you
If you would keep your wife in
a good humor, always buy Chase &
Sanborn's coffee. Tho best in the
world. S. B. Jenkins. 21-lm.
Look for the name plate White
Elephant. It is placed on the
best buggies made. Bivens &
Williams sell them. ni25tf
Lots of pretty patterns in mat
ting to select from at the furniture
and carpet house of C. It. Jones.
Take your corn to L. B. Itober
son's mill on north Caddo street
for good meal aud chops Grinds
every Saturday. a)d&wlm
Blees - McVicker, the buggy
mndo for western people by west
ern manufacturers is among our
stock. Every piece of material
used is fully guaranteed. We
have always sold tho best peopln of
this town und country their bug
gies, hacks, phaetons, traps aud
carriages and we havo uever before
been so well equipped with good
goods and low prices. Visit our
store and ask to see our lino of
buggies. Wo will take pleusuro in
showing you every vehicle in the
house, tf Shaqins & Co.
Accounts of arms and Individuals solicited. Courteous treatment
Accorded all alike.
Parisian Millinery Parlors.
Yery Latest Shades
Dress Kid Gloyes.
Fitted to the Hand.
s You nro cordially inv
rPUIS is a ocason of the year when every
- woman is interested in Fine Millinery,
nud you will And my store better equipped
than ever before with a stock of
Stylish Ready-to-Woar Hats
and tho Latest frames and Material for
special orders. The Low Prices I am making
are sure trade winners.
itcd to visit rav Store, opposite Postofllce.
. lILA H. BOMAR.
ARE being shown in
all the new and cor
rect shapes for this
spring's wear. There
are no hats made that
so much service and style
and gives the satisfaction
as a Stetson hat.
IB- YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS SMOKE
H U ALT forllt.
Go to HELEN
,lt you can't nnd It write to
i J. R, PENNINGTON & CO., Distrlbutots.
1 ARDMORE, I. T.
Long Tom Captured.
London, April 18. Lord Kitch
ener reports tho capturo of fifty
moro Boers and tho finding of
sections of tho famous Lour Tom.
Tho Boers exploded It to pre
vent its capture.
Oklahoma has gained a noint
on Kansas. TUus, tho flrst sol
dior to scale tho walls at Pokin,
aud who has just boon appointed
a cadot at ,Wost Point, has an
undo rosiding near Guthrie, and
formerly resided with him.
I keep the best ice cream and
purest Boda water in tho Territory
and have tho only eleotrlo car
bonator in Ardmore. Fresh car
bonatcd water made daily,
lltf K. B. Peeples,
Successor to Simpson & Co.
In Pond Creek there Is a vot
ipg contest on to see who is tho
most beautiful young ludy in tho
city. An old maid is said to bo
in tho lead.
Ask your Grocer
J, R, PENNINGTON & GO.,
Ardmore, Ind. Ter.
Car of Molasses
Sole Agents for
"Queen of the Nation" Flour.
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Ash Your Grocer for
Anti Trust 1
It is the Best.