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AKDJIOM. IND. TKR.. THURSDAY EVENING, MAT 10, 11)01. " NUMBER 170 L. P. ANDERSON, President. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President. C. L. ANDERSON, Cashier. S. M , TORBETT, Asst. Cashr. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund .$60,000.00 110.000.00 THE OLDEST BANK IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY. Drafts sold on all parts of the world. Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with nood banking. ISO' ttior- 'PHONE 21. ARDMORE, I. T. . BRUCE & ROBERTS, j Insurance and Real Estate BUSINESS PLACED IN OUR HANDS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION. -Office Over First National Bank.- BUY THE BEST upion Oil Che following merchants only are handling Kupion Oil in Ardmore: Pettitt Bros., Tisdal & Iiomar Skipworth & Cullum, A. A. Bailey, Fielder Bros., J. A. Bodowitz. W. A. Payne, W. A. Dauiels, V. A. Niblack, Porter Staples, S. E. Jenkins, C. Crosbv. A., w REDFIELD & WOLVERTON, INSURANCE AGENTS Fire, Accident Health Only first class companies represented. We solicit your patronage and guarantee courteous treatment. .Office up stairs in Rundol building, Enst Main St., Ardmore. Phono No. 107. ttou." DAILY 2 icago ED BLEErES! lational Oil and 4 t n Biggest Well in the World. 5jP6 Lllie 10. Beaumont DQH COACHES'; I rCHAEOE. J LNIA-oapiiaf, $5,000,000. $3,000,000 in the Treasury. Fr..)iinr n iMoELPASO.i Non-Assess2ble, -riu MX. Soi i Cure Shares, Par Value $1,00. Limited Number at 75c. MORE COTTON EXCHANGE AGENTS. GUILLOT BROS,, Hgrs., ARDMORE, I. T. SAUSHURY SVMS MliNACi: STKIkl-R'S SIII-0 111.001). The Marquis Is Pessimistic Oxcrthe Irish Question. London, May 13. Tlio Mar quis ol balisuury, spouiting to- night at tho banquet of the Non- I conformist Uniouist Association said: 'It is a sad retrospect when we think of the numbor of young lives that have been quenched, tho splendid hopes cut short and the amount of blood shed in South Africa. It is a grovious retrospect. Yet any suggestion of wrong on tho part of tho Em pire, is absolutely absent. In deed, there arc circumstances which can mako every lover of his country look back with exul tation and gratitude upon the two years just passed. "There is no power in the world now but knows that If it defied tho might of England, it would defy one of the most for midable enemies it could en counter. Subsequently the Premier said: ''If homo rule had passed in IvQ'J, what would England's po sition, witli a hostilo Irish gov ernment at Dublin, havo been today? V3iat would our posi iion havo been if wo had not only had to moot tho Transvaal and tho Orango Preo Stato, but also an equally hostilo Ireland by our side? '"Wo know from our exper ience the danger of letting Iro- land havo a measure of indepen dence. We know that if allow ed, those who are leading Irish policies unlimited power of male inir nrctmrutlons aainst us, wo should have to begin by con quering Ireland, If ever wo had to tight any other power." Berries. Strawberries, Blackberries. Pish. Red Snapper, White Porch, Cut Fish, Vegetables. Kliubilt'l) Snap Beans, New Potatoes, Asparagus. Sausage. Cervalet, Garlic Bologna, Kansas City Link, at Heath & James', 15 lit Cold Storage Market. Vin friod .... ... - . .uig and rei""- covered dlpcst-V. 5- -.5? Sr. er.C: d 9r.r.rr.S'.G'.ZS9W&-Sti hor preparation! nrrrin T rlrrr Vm-SiycW ICCVIC iCtlE III ,,n, Heartburn'1, oVrVnmiisnndir Flavor. Aroma, Purity and AlKround Smokintr wrfectdiBcstU'n.f, dualities this Cijrar has no Superior. Xi iiocontaln8.S,ca WcoTcbW- R. PENNINGTON & CO., Distributors. (IIU-IJIUIU,, 1. X. Death of Dr. Ilurlcson. Waco, Tex , May 15 Itovoi end Dr. Rufus G. Burlson died yesterday morning at his homo in this city after suffering sov eral weeks with fovor. Ho was 78 years old. Death camo at ii o'clock. Tho funeral will tako place to morrow, and will bo conducted by tho Masons, of which ordor deceased was n prominent mem bcr. Dr. Burloson .was ono of tho most prominont educators in tho south. He has Instructed more than 5,000 men, among thorn such men as Supromo Judgo Tom Brown of Sherman, Gen Sull Ross and many others of Texas' most prominent citizon Muuy tolograms of sympathy have boon sent to Waco from all . ... t ovor Texas. Tug death or thlsl man has caused a feeling of re grot throughout tho country. INiikorton flan Shot Troops With Fixed Bayonets Charge Crowd. Albany, May l.". Tho tlrst shot since tho car strike was in augurated was fired this even- log. Tho strikers wore the transgrossors. Frenzied by tho arrival of troops, they soomed to go mad this evouingwhon 100 moro non-union mon arrived from New York- Tho coining of the non-union ists was announced In extra edi tions of tho papers late this aftornoon, and when tho mon ar rived, ovor 12000 strikers and their sympathizers had assem bled in tho squaro adjoining the station. The Third sigual corps, mount ed, numbering about 15 officers md mon, drew up at tho station 1 few minutes beforo tho non union mon arrived and with tho aid of somo fifty policotnon sue cecdod in keoping tho crowd off until tho non-unionists wore placed In trucks that wore wait ing to take them to tho car barns. As soon as tho trucks were ready to proceed, tho troops formed a hollow square about thq trucks and proccoded toward Quail street car barns, about two miles distant. As soon as tho procession startod tlio polico turned up a side strco to the police station and loft the military alono to contend with tho mob. Along the whole 'route tho non-union ists and their escort was under continuour tiro of brickf, stones and all kinds of missiles The troops repeatedly charged tho mob but it refused to scat- tor, and thoso composing it in variably closed in again after every charge, uttering . uioou curdling oaths at tho non-union ists and hurling anything they could seize at their heads. A number of thorn woro struck, and as .they rode along with blood streaming down their faces, thoy preseuted a ghastly sight. Tlio onslaught became so hot at times, that a number of tho non-unionists jumped from tho wagons and lied. Sov oral of the soldiers woro un horsed by missiles thrown by tho mob but pluckily remount ed. Whilo at times tho provo cation was very great tho troops refrained from using weapons Tho first shots from the strikers camo as tho troops with tho non unionists, wore passing down Washington avenuo. Three shots woro fired. At tho third shot Gilbert Hall, a Pinkerton mini cried out that hn was shot. It was found that ho was wounded in tho arm. When tho party allightcd at tho barn it was found that fifteen of tho non-unionists were injured An ambulance was summoned but tho only one injured severe ly enough to bo takon to the hospital was Hall. Tho crowd around tho car barn became so donso that tho troops had to chargo it with fixed bayonets When the people saw tho sol dlers bearing down on them they became panic stricken Several were trampled under foot, and two cltizons woro prod dod with bayonots. Tho situa tion tonight wears a dark aspect A. J. WOLVKHTON, J. A. HI YENS, DON LACY, A. II. PALMER President. Vlco-l'ros. Cashier. Ass't Casulcr THE CITY NATIONAL BANK ARDMORE. I. T. Capital and Surplus $90,000.00, Accounts of tlrms and Individuals solicited. Courteous treatment Accorded all alike. B. Framo.Propi Hi Mi AlcKlnlcy Trip Abandoned. San Francisco, Cal., Mayl5. 1 p. m. Secretary Cortelyou announces that President Mc Klnloy has abandoned his trip to tho other states ou account of his wlfo s illness. As soon as she is nblo to travel sho will bo takon directly to Washington. It enure of Cuuilh. A couch is not a disease but n symptom. Consumption and uron obltis, which sro tho most daHRerous md fatal tllsonses, havo for the! Varst Indication a persistent coukIi mil if nroncrly treated ns soon as this couch appears nro easily cured nhnniherla!n'fl Couuh Homody has nrovnn wonderfully successful and calnfd Its wldo roputitlon and ex tensive salo by Its euccess In curlnR ho diseases which causo couching If It Is not bonoUclul It will not cost yon a cent. For sale hy City Drug Store nnd F. J. Itamsey $ Still I Going Down 1 . Sailors and Walking Hats jjj going at 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 worth twice that amount. 43 43 43 ..Prices on my nice Trimmed Hats. They are going fast. Como nt once if you want nuy of these bargains. Ladies' Dress Kid Gloves fitted to the hand. Mrs, Lila H, Bomar. Parisian Millinery Farlors . . , J WWWVWVWWW AWVWWWWWWWWVVVVVWVWVW ..We're Not Fishing.. for lousiness with any bait,s that will.deceive your confidence, hut with honeat values, legitimate methods and straightforward advertising. We are easily making our popular store more popular. 'Tisn't much use to quote prices now-a-daya for clothing or anything else-they neither gtugo rallies nor indicate economy, We like to have folks trade here feeling that thoy can trust usj Yours for honest business, CRAIG BROS., CASH FOItNISHERS AND OLOTIIIEIW Shooting at Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City, O. T., May 15 G. G. Luko, a prominent real estate man, was shot and it is thought his injuries aro fatal. Tho ball pierced tho intostinos, lodging in tho back. G. B. Stone, also a real cstuto man, gavo himself up to tho po lico at onco, and Luko was tak on to his room, whero ,ho now lies in u precarious condition. Luke enmo from Arthur, 111., about u year ago, and has been in tho real cstato business with Major James Geary sluco com ing here, and has been promi nont in city affairs. Mr. Stono is from Wichita Falls, Tox., and is ono of the leading insurance and real estate mon of this city. Thoro is but littlo chance for his recovery. Later Luko is dead. guilty or not guilty, ns it was not in tho jury's province to pass on her sanity. Sho was found guilty of malicious tres pass. A gcntlo romlndor does not always bring tho cash. Mrs. Nation (lullty. Topoka.Kuu., May 15. In tho trial of Mrs. Natioti hero today for tho malicious destruction of saloons, her lawyer pleaded in sanity. Judgo Hazen Instructed tho jury it must oithor find hor W. S. SMDTH & CO., Real Estate and Rental Agency, Ardmore I, T. Your Business is Solicited. Olllre Alexander's Drugstore. Washes Everything Ask your Grocer for it. Queen of the Nation Flour Armour's Meat Products in Full Armour's Line of Soaps Leave your orders for Oats and Cane Seed. J. R. PENNINGTON & GO,, Sole Distributors Car of each expected any day. ALBATROSS FLOUR The top notch in quality the standard that all others try to reach. WlHTKMAN Buns., Sole Distributing Agents, Ardmore, I. T. 9 if