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VOLUME EC. r SIDNDY suaus, X I Proorltr. i ARDMORE, IND. TEH., TJ 1 1'KSJJ AY. EVENING, JULY 10, 1902. nvoVARZT') NUMBER 208 l. P, ANDERSON, B. F. FRENSLET, President, TIce President. C. L. ANDERSON, 3. M. TORBETI, Caiblar. Aiit. cunr 4 FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds u Chickasaw Nation. Capital paid in $ 60,000.00 Surplus and Profits 140,000.00' Total $200,000.00 The oldost bank in Indian Torrltory. Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon tho most liberal terms consistent with good-banking. I FEEL AT EASE Because my property is insured with Roberts, Poland & Bruce. The' represent only the best companies. ROBERTS, POLAND 6c BRUCE DENOUNCE THE TREATY. J. R. Pennington, Pres Lee Ckuce, Vice Pres. n. C. Pottehf, Sec. E. II. Pennington, Treas. PENNINGTON GROCERY CO. Capital, 550,000 "Quality Our Paramount Essential." Wholesale Grocers, Grain, Produce Our brand of "SIMON PURE" Canned Goods award er! r,nA TVTorlnl or TCuffnln. N. Y.. over all comoetition. Our JUDGE TAFT Cigars are leading all nickel sellers. We ask a trial order. Ask us for LEMONS, OR AN- GES and BANANAS. F-(TFR SALE Z - w - 4 Three brick store buildings situated on E. Main street. ?. Eight business lots 5x120, one block south of Main street on west side of Washington. ' Desirable corner business property on south side Main 1 street and centrally located. $ A four room house, lot 75x150, on 6th avenue between f Wnshinrrton and A streets. N. W. s '- f W. S. Wolverton 8c Son Shoes for Sunshine Duriutr the sutnmnr months we want to talk about Shoes that are wnilo to wear in the summer lou can De comtortawe just aa cueupiy as you can"be uncomfortable. See what we oiler lor tins wees Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers, worth elsewhere $1.25 to $1.50; our price "75c and $1.00 Tan and Black Sandals, small numbers only, really worth Sl.'JS to $1.50; this week for 50c and "75c Note A few pairs left in ladies' sizes at same prices. When it corned 'to men's footwear, there is none to equal onrs. CM"" ! Y LYNN The Shoe Man LYNN Crown Bottling Works RIOOS & OALTON, Props. Manufacturers of Carbonated Beverages, Ciders, Etc. Wholesale Only of Location, New a-story Brick, South Washington St.H Resolutions Adopted by Indians at Atoka Against the Agreement. A very enthusiastic convention of anti-treaty Indians lina lioon held at Atoka and tho following nntl-traaty resolutions were passed: 'The antt-supplemcntnry agreement convention of Atoka county, Choctaw nation being duly assembled pursuant to a call of the campaign committee of the antt-troaty cltliens, and there holng assembled In our convention the leading citlr.ens of our county, and all buing of the opinion that wo musl take Immediate steps to tbwatt. the efforts of syndicates,- schemers and' land sharks. In their bold nttompt to rob the members of "the Choctaw and' Chfcltasaw nations of their lands and coal and asphalt, and to deprive the chlldron of our nations of a school fund; and. "Whereas, Hy the provisions of the supplementary agreement farms loca ted near large towns are not to be pp praised higher than similar lands lo cated a great distance from townand railroads, when In truth, and In fact, lands located near large towns are worth at least ten times as much per acre as lauds located a distance of ten miles from such towns; and, Whereas, By tho terms of the sup plementary agreement thero shall not be allotted to each membor more than 320 acres of average lands when in truth and In fact each member Is now entitled to 550 acres of average lands, thus robbing each member of our nations of 230 acres of average lands; and, 'Whereas, Uy the terms of said sup plementary agreement, the surplus landB are to be sold under rules and regulations and on the terms to bo prescribed by tho Secretary of tho in terior, without fixing any certain price, making It cortaln, judging from our past experience, that tho surplus lauds would bo sold to land syndi cates for a price not to exceed one tenth of their real value; and, "Whorcas, By tho terms of said sup plementary agreomont our coal and as phalt lands aro to be sold under di rections of the president of tho United States without fixing any cor taln price for snmc, thus depriving our children of their school fund and leaving them to tho morclcs of tho whlto peoplo who havo always op pressed and robbed the Indians, and making it possible for coal and as phalt syndicates to purchaso said coal and asphalt far bslow thoir true vol dlcatcs; and, Whereas, By the terms and said supplementary agreomont the nations cedo to tho United States G40 acres of valuablo lands at Sulphur Springs for a consldora.lon far below tho true valuo of tho lands; and, "Whoreas, By tho terms of said sup plementary agreomont a)"Ut 4,000 claimants to citizenship ;tt' to bo placed upon .tho Choctaw rollu and participate In tho allotment of our lands and In tho distribution of the money duo us, when In truth and in fact most all of them havr- been do- inlod by tho Dawes Commloslon, and nono of them are legally entitled to bo enrolled, participate In tho allot ment or distribution of money, and all of whom aro being brought hero by schemers, land grabbers and syn dlcatcs; and, 'Whereas, Said supplementary agreement falls to provide for a deft nlte time for aliotlng the lands, for closing the rolls, for public roads, for the protection of our citizens against tho thousands of cattl6 hold hero un lawfully by non-citizens; and, wuereflB, sam supplementary win prove to bo only of short dura agreement mnhea no provisions wiucu lion. Tito walkout of tho machinists in any way tend to butler the condl- had no effect on the other divisions lion of our citUens, but, nil of Its of the shop and thoy nre working ns provisions are oppressive to our ell- usual. ir.ens and In favor of the vast multi tude of land slinrks, schemers and syndicate that hover about us In sheep's clothing; therefore be It "Hesolvod, That we denounce the p.-ovlslons of (laid supplementary agreement as to the appraisement of lands, allotment of lands, sale of the coal and asphalt, cession of Sulphur Springs, enrollment of Mississippi Choctaws, abolition of our cltliens against the vast herds of uon-citliens cattle hold hnre, for Its failure to pro- vldo for public roads; be it further Uosolved, That wo especially de- nounco saui supplementary agree ment as being aglnst our cltliens nnd In favor of the non-cltlzens; be foro, be further "Itosolvod, That Green McCurtnln. the present candidate for Principal Chief of our nation on what he claims to bo the platform of the Tuskabo ma party, Is among those who are responsible for the oppressive terms of said supplementary agreement, Headache Facts i Ileiidacho is nn almost uni- tin, .inn. T have it, at least occasionally, X I I Headache could nlways bo relieved by means of strouR opiates, but drupfjiiifr a pain is not curing it. i in It is now possiblo to cute 4- a hendncho quicker than an opiato will relievo it, mid to t Real Estate Rent Collections Gonveyancing Loans Titles Investigated Management of Non-Residents' P perty receives our Careful Attention, OfcJ The IMield Agency Established 1893 Ardmon, I. T, nnd for the failure of name to contain N euro ImrmlesBly by removing f ffifrtmlila nmt-lalfii fnr ntir nltlzAtia: 1 tlin nntian "l" w wteuwe favorable provision for our citizens; nnd It would be a dangerous thing for our nation to havo him elected to tho office of Principal Chlof; thero foro, be tl further "Itosolvod, Tbnt we are opposod to Oreon McCurtaln and nru In favor of Thomas W. Hunter for Principal Chief of our nation, and agree and pledge ourselvos to vote for Thomas W. Hunter for Principal Chief, and for nil persons wo today may Indorse for the respective ofllces, nnd that we will each contrlbuto our best efforts nnd such means as aro In our power to defeat tho election of McCurtaln ami his followorB." Antl-Supplomontnry Agreomont tick' ot; Principal Chief, Thomas V. Hun tcr; Senate, Martin Charleston; Hop resentathe, Joe Homes, John Hodgos County Judge, C. S. Vinson; Shorlft J. II. Palmer; rangor, N. Frazler. Against tho supplementary agree ment. T X IV Kamsey's Headache Elixir is a porfect remedy. It can't harm. It relieves tho sever est headachea in from twenty to forty minutes. Price 25c. F J. RAMSEY Streets, Corner Caddo nnd Mnln Phone S. -5- - -' j- -j- -j. -j. . -i- -i & -i- -j- j TO OPEN INDIAN LAN US. J)R.J.G. ABERNETHY Dentist Over T. N. Golcms Drug Store. Teeth Need Care To Insure Wear, Every one knows the necessity of preserving the teeth. It is important that the greatest care be given them. OUR TOOTH KNOWLEDGE gives us the ability to treat your teeth without causing you much pain and to in sure you the greatest pleas ure in their use. Want Your Hons I will nay the following nrlcea for Hok'B ' ntll changed Ih this paper: Kfforts aro now bolng mado to have Fat Hobs, 175 pounds and up Cc Effort Being Made to Settle on Osage and Kansas Reservations. tho Osago and aKnsas Indian nations and tho farm lands surrounding the govornmont Indian school at Chlloc co opened to settlement during tho ensuing year. Tho two comprlso some of tho most valuable lands In north ern and nbrtliwostorn Oklahoma and aro now controlled ontlrely by In dians, excopt where leases are made in agriculture, oil, mineral and timber lands. The lands aro consldorcd the richest In tho wost. Tho reservation comprises 1.000,000 acros, owned by 2,000 Indians, for whom the United States government, In addition to lands, has $850,000 hold In trust, mak ing thorn tho richest trlbo, per capita, In tho world. A number of oil wells sunk on the Osago reservation aro yielding largo quantltlos, and heavy shipments aro being mado of tho pro duct. Thoso aro the only reservations In Oklahoma not opened to whlto set tlement. From 100 to 17u pounds and un. . . .41c Stock HottH, 75 pounds and up.... 4c J. M. POLLARD. . 1 G.T. ECHOLS Fnrnituro, Hardware, Stoves, Queensware and Tinware. East Main St., Ardmorc, I.T. J. A. BIVEN8, President. A. H. PALMER, Cashier. DON LACY, Vice-President W. A. WOLVERTON, Asst CtA THE CITY NATIONAL BANK ARDMORE. I. -T3 Capital and Surplus $100,000,00, Walk out at Cleburne. Cleburne, Tex., July 9. On account of the discharge of Charles Hess, one ot the machinists at tho Santa Fol shops, the Qtitlro tori ot machinists walked out on a strike How serious the walkout Is wo are unablo to say at proeont, but It Is hoped that it j Security for Depositor, Borrower and Bank Our Motto. n t i Here are a Few of Our Specials LITHIA WATER CLONDIKE FIZZ CELERY AND IRON COCA COLA ROOT BEER Urdmore, I, T. Capital Stoch and Additional Liability Largest ol any Bank Id the Chlcimw Nation. Accounts of firms and indlrlduals solicited. Oourteous treatment Accorded all alike. usePLANSIFTER HIGH PATENT FLOUR It Is the Best I Mbr WHALEY MILL & ELEVATOR CO? The First National BAnk of Marietta, I. T. Established,!' S'J 8 Offers to depositors every facility which their balances, busines and responsibility warrant. Directors Judge Overton Love Holmes Willis Geo. M. D. Holford jas. N. Kirkpatrjck Jas. A. White W. S. Derrick E. F. Graham H. A. Kirkiwtrick J. G. Butler. If. it can be done, Jones, the Machinist, can uu 11. Encinea, Pumps, Gins, Mills, Boilers, etc, repaired in first cIobb order. My shop-is equipped with the latest machinery, and with my experience, can turn out me oest wora. iur mo least money. . Tt.innmn vrmr wnrW nnd UB Convinced. MS MW 11 M IP, Opposite electric light plant, Ardmore. VlE acceptsniallaudlarceaccountsand condnota General Banking TT Business for You', Farmers, Btockmen and other business men uiako our office their headquarters when in Ardmore. OUR bank is a public invtitution and we advance the best interests ot the people und Hive their business our personal uttention and extend to them every facility consistent with safety to bank and cus tomer. Directors. 0. It. Smith, President. 0. M. Campbell, Vice-Pres. Lee Gruce, Cashier. G. W. Young, Stockman. I J. C. Thompson, Attorney, C. R. Jones, Wholesale and Retail Furniture. Sam Noble, Wholesale Hardware, J. R. Pennington, Grocer. R. W. Randol, Merehant. Albatross Flour Meyer Disappoints Its usefulness is only limited by the demands of the most critical cook, A better Flour can not be made. It's Guaranteed to be the Best Your grocer sells it. , - ; Whiteman Bros. Wholesale Distributors, Ardmore, I, T. 9 yAAA'V"VV'i"''"J"A"