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VOLUME VIII. I'TrKriK5-
AKDMOJIE, IND. TEI?., SUNDAY MORN1NU, MAY 12, 1901.
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X. P. ANDERSON, B. F. FRENSLEY, C. L. ANDERSON, S. M. TORBETT,
President, YJce President. Ctsbler. Asst. Casbr.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Ardmorc, Indian Territory.
Capital Paid Up.
Surplus Fund
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY,
Drafts sold on all parts of the world. Accounts of Arms and Individuals
solicited upon tho most liberal terms consistent with good banking.
I BRUCE k ROBERTS.
Insurance and
"" Real Estate
BUSINESS PLACED IK OUR HANDS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
AND CAREFUL
--Office Over First
'PHONE 21.
BUY THE BEST
Eupion Oil
The following merchants only are
Pettitt Bros.,
Tisdal & Bomar
Skipwortk & Cullum,
A. A. Bailey,
Fielder Bros.,
J. A. Bodowitz.
REDFIELD & WOLVERTON,
INSURANCE AGENTS
Fire, Accident, Heal
Only first class companies represented.
We solicit your patronage and guarantee 2
courteous treatment.
Oflice up stairs in Raudol building, East Main St., Ardmore. J
Rhono No. 107.
National Oil and
Pipe Line
Capital, $5,000,000. $3,000,000 In the Treasury.
Shares, Par Value $1.00,
Non-Assessable,
Limited Number at 75c.
ARDMORE COTTON EXCHANGE,
AGENTS.
GUILLOT BROS... Mgrs., ARDMORE, I. T.
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.$60,000.00
110,000.00
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ATTENTION.
National Bank.--
AKDMOKE, I. T.
handliug Eupion Oil in Ardtnore:
W. A. Payne,
W. A. Daniels,
V. A. Niblack,
Porter Staples,
S. E. Jenkins,
C. Crosbv.
Biggest
Well in the
World.
CO. Beaumont
- .. sr.cn..rs..-.
ity and AINround Smoking Xl
lias no Superior. ii
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9&?39'-2&?9?3&i7'r
dui-l, with six-siioon-us.
After Both Mail Pallet! They Used
Their (luii5 n.t Clubs.
Franklin, Tox., May 11. A
terrible tragedy occurred at the
Lake picnic grounds late yes
ter'ay ovoning aftor the trains
h ft. A Mr. Hardin of Leon
Co amy bojamc involvod in a
ditlii ulty with Mr. Nut Iloldon
of this place, and a desporato
tight ensued at short raugo with
six shooters. Ilardiu was shot
twice through tlio body, and
Holden was shot through tlio
body, tho ball, a largo 15-caliber,
passing through both lungs, and
tnauiug its exit on tho other
side. After tho men woro both
shot they grappled and used
their woapons as clubs. Ilolton's
fuci is bruised, and Hardin's
head was badly beaten. Hurdln
was taken to Palestine. Ho is
fatally injured and is reported
dying this morning. Mr. Hol-
ton was brought to his homo
hero last night in a buggy and
the best medical skill was sum
moned, but thoro is no hope of
his recovery. Ho is still alive,
ut can not survive long. Mr.
ilolton had a lemonade stand on
the picnic grounds. Mr. Hurdln
is n son of Black Hardin, who
was a very prominent tlguro in
Leon County for many years
Holtou has a wife and six chll
drcn. He belongs to a promi
nent family in this count.
I:or Kent.
Three rooms furnished
for
housekeeping. Apply to
Mits. J. D. Mathews,
North Washington Street.
Mall Carrier Is Missing,
Vtnlta, May 11. W. W. Caid
well, who carries tho mail bo
twecn Pryor Creek nnd Salina,
I. T., is missing and it is feared
that ho has mot with foul play
Ho left Spavina for Salina last
Monday with the mail and has
not been seen in that country
since. Ho did not cross Grand
rivor at any of tho ferries and
his friends have started a search
for him, as they boliovo ho has
been murdered.
Smoke the best, Graham's Alio
mokeite aud Cotton Exchange
Made in Ardmore. They are
fresh. 10 Gt
Patally Stabbed With Scissors.
In Dallas yesterday, Giles
McLean, a 113. year old negro
boy, was slabbed with a pair of
scissors while standing on Main
street, about ono block west of
the Akard street crossing, and
was dead in less than thirty
minutes.
After being stabbed ho ran
west to Akard and foil uncon
scious on tho corner. Beforo
succumbing ho told Assistant
Attorney J. J. Collins that he
had been stabbed by a uegro
boy who was about ten years
old. McLean died at the city
hall, where ho had been taken
for attention. Tho scissors had
pierced the heart. ,
Detective Wood Ramsey ar
rested a littlo negro boy and
placed him in tho city prison.
Ho also recovored from tho yard,
whei'o thoy had been thrown, a
pair of medium-sized scissiors,
to which still adhered pieces of
llesh aud clots of blood.
Ladies' medium priee turbans a
specialty at J.J. Daiiiis.'.
Kan sail Palls In a Duel.
Fred Smith' son of ox-Judge
Smith of Osborno county, Kan
sas, was shot and instantly kill
ed nt Cleo, O, T., last night. Ho
began shooting up tho town in a
rostaurant filled with women
and children, and Cook Snoddy,
who was eatiug his suppor, pull
ed a gun. Tho duel wea terrific
but Smith fell from Snoddy 's
third shot.
CORN TOO MAR.
No Profit In flaking Starch With
Corn Cornered.
Jglndiannpolis, I ml., May 11.
Orders have been received at
tho twolvo to tlftoon factorios of
tho National Starch Company
including tho factory hi tlrs
city, to got ready to closo down
until tho next corn market be
comes scttlod again. Tho price
of starch, it is said, has not kept
pace with tho price of corn, and
thoro is no prolit in buying
corn at the present pneo to
make into starch at tho present
prlco.
IMio company stopped buying
corn horo on May 1. William
E. Piol, mauagor of tho local
plant, says that he understands
that tho glucoo manufacturers
will also closo their plants.
Linoleum aud lloor oil cloth at
the furniture nnd earpet house of
28tf C. K.Joxbs'.
Mrs. Nation Pree Again.
Wichita, Kan., May 11. Mrs.
Carrio Nation was released from
tho county jail tonight, her broth
or, J. V Mooro of kausasIUity,
having given a boud for hor tip
pcarance. Judge Dalo reduced
the amount of tho bond to $100,
and M' Mooro satisfied it in
cash, Mrs. Nation started oar
Her in the day to urguo her situ
ation with Judge Dale, but he
would not listen to her and di
reeled her to tell her troubles to
tho county officials.
In.lcaving the jail at 8 o'clock
tonight she gavo the officials a
goucral roast. Her latest an
nouncement is that she will cu
ter a joint debate with Carl
Browno of Coxoy army famo, to
supply her deplctod financial re
sources. .
Notice.
Don't let your heaters get wet
and rust sell them to Mason, the
second hand man. 1 lm
(turned In Jail.
At South McAlestor, Friday
last, a youug mau named Vormil
Hurley was arrested for dis
turbing the peace. lie was lock
ed up in the town jail, which is a
wooden structure. Some time
in the night the jail was discov
ered to bo on lire. The alarm
was given by tho prisoner, who
shouted loudly for help, but be
foro assistance could bo procur
ed tho building nnd tho prisoner
wero both consumed. It has
been but a few weeks sinco a
similar occurrence happened at
Chelsea, in the Cherokee Na
tion.
Two huudred pairs all wool
worsted pants in stripe? and checks
regular price $3 to $3.50, our spec
ial priuo $2.
Wi:sthkimi:k & Dauiik.
Stole Twenty-six Watches.
In Oklahoma City last Friday,
while tho parado of McDonald's
circus was passing sneak theives
got into the back door of tho
Model drugstore, and going to
tho jovvelry department, which
was loft unguarded, stolo
truy containing twenty ladies
gold watches. From another
tray they took six gontlemen's
gold watches. Tho total amoun
is estimated to be about $S00,
The Sons Will Atcet.
A meeting of the Sam Davis
Camp, Sons of Confederate Vet
eraus, is hereby called fur Tuesday
uiglit at 8 o'clock at the city hall
Arrangements preparatory to the
Memphis reunion must he made
Other important matters demunu
our attention. All members will
please be present-
W. II. Binciiiam, Com.
Five pieces of 3U inch curtain
scrim in white with big dots and
other fancy patterns. Regular
priee, 25c, special price, 15c.
Westhkimeh & Dauiie.
A. J. WOI.VUKTON, J. A. HIVKNS,
iTosiuent. Vlco-Pres. Ciishler. Ass't Cahlor
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
AFrarvicDRE:. i. r.
Capital and Surplus $90,000.00.
Accounts of Urtns nnd Individuals solicited. Courteous treatment
Accorded nil alike.
,
3 Still
Going
Down
Ao ..Prices on
26 my nice
Trimmed
Hats.
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..We're Not Fishing.. j
for business with any baits that
will deceive your confidence, hut with honest values, legitimate
methods aud straightforward odvertisiiiK.
We are easily making our popular store more popular.
'Tisn't much use to quoto prices uow-n-dnys for clothing
or nnything else-they neither guago values nor indicate economy.
We like to have folks trade here feeling that they can trust us,'
Yours for honest business,
CRAIG BROS.,
(lcrinan Halting.
Berlin, May 11. Tho Cologne
Gnzotto complains of what it
c ills a systematic Gorman baiting-by
a section of the American
press, and especially the New
York Horald. Aftor stating
that tho Horald's oft repeated
talcs of Gorman acquisition of
naval stations in various wators
aro calumnies, tho Gazotto says:
"Wo know not what to think,
of such unquestionable conquest
on tho part of this part of the
American proee which neglects
its-first duty of fostering frioud
lincss between two closely re.
latcd nations.
A big assortment of ilnnuel coats
and pants in all colors. Hegiilar
prices on these goods llre $5 to
$8.50. Special price $5, and as
low as $2.50.
Westiikimpk & Dauiie.
Appeal to Abandon War.
Durban, May 11. Mrs. Botha
wifo of tho Boer commandant
genornl, has arrived horo en
roll to to Holland to appeal to
President Krugor to urge hor
husband to abandon the war.
J, R. Queen of the Nation Flour
PENNINGTON nl 2 Armour's Meat Products in Full
DistilDQlors
& GO,, Armour's Line of Soaps
Leave your orders for Oats and Cane Seed.
Car of each expected any day.
ALBATROSS FLOUR
The top notch in quality the
standard that all others try to
reach.
Wiiitkman Bros.,
Sole Distributing Agents, Ardmore, I. T.
DON LAOY, A. II. PALMER
Sailors and Walking Hats
going at 25c, 50c, 75c i,
ana i worth twice
that amount.
la.
They are coinc fast. Como nt OF
once if you want any of these cV
bargains. t
Ladies' Dress Kid Gloves
fitted to the hand. 2
K'rasD Mlll,.Dr; . Mrs, Lila H. Bomar. j
CASH FUUNISIIEKS
AND OI.OTH1ERS
Sho was accompanied by soveral
Boor women. Sho speaks high
ly of tho treatment accorded
hor by tho British.
Linen bkirts, real value DOe;
special price, as long as they last,
25c. WESTIlEI.MF.lt & DAl'IlK.
W. S. SMITH & CO.,
Real Estate
and
Rental Agency,
Ardmore I. T.
Your Business is
Solicited.
Olllcc Alexander's Drugstore. J
Washes Everything
Ask your Grocer
for it.
'AIs reraarkal'
i? repeated set
B8APARILLA.V
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