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f SIDNBY SUOUS, 1
1 Proprietor. I
ARDMORE, IND. TER.. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 80, 1902.
I SUBSCRIPTION. I
B. F. FEEHSLEY,
FIRST NATIONAL BAH,
Ardmore, Indian Territory.
designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation.
Capital paid in
Surplus and Profits
Tho oldost bnnk In Indian Territory.
ck ( sollcltod upon tho moat liberal terms consistent with Rood banking.
lllROBERTS, POLAND 6c BRUCE
DRS. ENLOE & FANN, Dental Parlors.
r 30 Days wo will mako the following Reductions and Pricea:
rtlJld OrownR, f-'K M M
.I'rldBo Work; nortootU a M
l)rcnlnln Crowns S 80
.Mrtimoml Urownar roo
glacial Tooth, per t..... 7J ,
flU Nothing hut first claaa matorlil uaod in nil work. 11! yoara' experience
j.iyoarrt In Ardmore, and hero to etav. All work guaranteed. These prices
'.i.vr 30 days oniv, ao come early uuico, upstairs iti urucc iiiiitr. ovor A. u.
ouur's Furnituro Store, opposite l'oatoillcc.
loods Bought, Sold,
We all know the cotton crop
.'erybody to know from that cause the Baltimore Racket Store has
i prices in half, offering goods at prices to be wondered at. We
ate the following as a few of oar many argaius:
U bars good Soap ,.25c
11 wool Dress Goods, yd -,-7o
ed Damask Table Linen, yd
ood Socks, pair.
ens' Shirts worth $1 for...
o.i:n? ai. i. m nr. Yi. 91
inen Toweling worth 20c for 10c
leached Damask Table Linen
worth 50o forikui- oo
S. H. TORBETT,
Accounts or Arms and Individuate
Because my property
is insured with Roberts,
Poland & Bruce.
They represent only
the best companies.
Why this Haste?
C. L. AHDER30H,
After a Are starts it is too late to
think of insurance. We'll take the
contract to protect you from Are loss
and the cost will be reasonable.
Why take the
Wolverton L Son.
WHEN MONEY TALKS
; fluid I'lIllncH. upward from..
' AmalKum FIIIIiik
; Ccmont KllllDL'n
, Teoth Extracted Without Pain.
& FANN, Dentists.
New and Second Hand Furniture and Stoyes.
Rented and Exchanged.
Street, Ardmoro, I. T.
of "Low Prices''
is extreme!' short, and we want
Good Rub Board for..... 25o
Alfred Meakin Plates, imported
Ware, per set ,
2 boxes1 Bluing
2 Papers Brass Pins..-.
soo xaicum rowuer..
10 8P018 De8t 'ireau...
CRAZED WITH LIQUOR USE GUNS
WITH DEADLY EFFECT.
Dlllard Wright, Indian Interpreter,
Shot Down In Cold Dlood An
other Indian Negro Oeaten
and Left for Dead.
Karly thla nomlng Deputy Hob
N'(er brought In Hirrtioii Porter,
ii full-blood Clilcknuaw Indian,
charged with tho murder of Ullnrd
Wright, another Indian, and commit
ted him to Jail. ,
From what tho doputy stnted wills
Uy was the cnuse of the r.urdor. Por
ter wnrf drinking, and is drunken
men often do, bogan to make gun
plays, and while Dllltml Wright was
passing by he rliot and k!'led him.
Not being satisfied, the lnfurlntod
man shot at and hit two more men,
one a white man nnd the other an In
dian, but not sorloualy.
This trouble occurred close to the
boundary lino of tho Chickasaw and
Choctaw Kationa, near Allon, 100
miles northeast from Ardmoro.
Doputy Noster arrested Portor nnd
took him before Commissioner Tal
bot who bound him over "'Uncut ball.
Special to tho Ardmorolto.
Conway. I. T., Sept. 20. A fchoot
InK ecrapo took placo at the homo of
Lucy Ilarjo, to on mlloa north of Con
way. A collector lor an Allon merchant
called at tho Ilarjo placo to make n
collection, nnd was accompanied by
Dillard Wright, an Indian, as Inter
preter. The Harjo's being full-blood
Indians, an Indian boy nnd an Indian
nogro named Richardson, accompanied
Upon arriving at the Harjo placo
Keno Harjo and nnothcr young In
dian named Harrison Portor stopped
from the houso In a drunken condition
and at onco opened Jlro on tho party.
Dlllard Wright was killed Instantly.
The boy was selected as tho next tar
get, but ho ran and oscnpod thorn.
Tho collector was noxt called but
by prompt action ho Knocked tho pis
tol In the nlr as It was fired, nnd
saved his own life.
Potter's pistol was now ompty and
tho collector lolt on a Maud S gait.
Porter and Harjo then proceedod to
bent the man Richardson until thoy
thought ho was (load, when thoy pro
ceeded to pile brush on him.
I.ntor whon lio rogalnod conscious
ness ho managd to crawl away, more
dead thnn alive.
Citizens finally arrived on tho scono
and arrested the two Indians, but
Harjo later mado his outapu. Portor
was taken to jail.
Rip Van Winkle was not a luoky man;
Ho couldn't buy furniture on tho installment plan.
Some people are na bad as Rip:
twenty years, or sit on a cracker box
Security for Depositor, Borrower and Bank Our Motto
'Ardmore, I. T.
(i)U Stork and Additional liahiliiv .
Largest ol any Bank Id
VyE accept small and larsre accounts and conducta General Banking
TT Business for You. Farmers, stockmen and other businessmen
make our office their headquarters when in Ardmore.
OUR bank iB a public institution and we advance the beat interests
of the people and give their business our personal attention and
extend to tuem every fociltty consistent with safety to bank and cus
0. R. Smith, President. L
0. M. OampbeIjIj, Vice-PreB.
Leb Cruoe, Cashier.
G. W. Young, Stockman.
J. C. Thompson, Attorney,
HEROISM OF AN ARMY NURSE.
High Praise From General Chaffee for
Washington, Sept. 30. An Instance
of bravory and devotion to duty on the
part of mi army nurse hot been re
poitd to the war department by Ma-Jor-Cononil
Charfe, commanding the
division of the Phlllpplnos In the fol
"Nurso Alice Ketttmnr, nrmy nurse
corps, having ben granted lanvu of
nlMH'iico, voluntarily relinquish! the
same nnd took upon hersolf the care
of two smallpox patients In an Iso
"Ono of the imtleuts was the wlfp
nf nn olllcer, the other an enlisted man.
Miss Kemmer had never had the
dlsense, nevertheless, she fenrleMdy
entered upon her Imposed task, nnd
through the months of Aprli and Mny,
1002, dovotcd hcraolf to the core of the
imtlents, living In the room with the
olllcer's wife, the enlisted man being
In nn adjoining room. With never more
than two hours' sleep at a time, In In
tonsoly hot weather, the nurse at
tended her patients day and night,
and gavod their lives."
Oonoral Cbalfc then commends her
bravory and conscientious perform
nnco of duty.
FIRST FROM GREER COUNTY.
Life Sentence for a Murder Committed
Two years Ago.
MatiBum. O. T., Sept. 20. As tlie re
sult of his hearing In tho district court
at Mangum, Joseph Kostor lias been
sentencod for life to tlte territorial
prison for the inurdor, two years ago
of August Runrock, n (lorman freight
er. Foster and ' somo companions
wore, assisting the frolghtora in ford
ing Rod rlvor.. He took a dlsllko to
Hunrook and becoming Intoxlcatod,
stabbed the German. Although Grcr
county Is the oldest settled portion
of Oklahoma, Jiavlng boon n Texns
county, no man has ovor received a
life sontonco before or boon sentenced
Chicken food, the kind that makos
hens lay, and doesn't cost nny moro
than common food, at 13. B. Pugh's.
Coal or wood any kind you want.
Largest lino In Ardmoro Don't fnll
to soe thorn B 1 you purchaso your
J)R. J.G. ABERNETHY
Over T. N. Coleman's
they will sleen on tho floor for
at meal time, when they could buy
the Chickasaw Nation.
0. R. Jones, Wholesale end Retai
Sam Noble, Wholesale Hardware.
J. R. Pennington, " Grocer.
R. W. Randol, Merchant.
SECRET WEDDING 8 AV ED $2,000,000
A Young Man Thus Dodge I a Threat
Oswego, N. Y., HepL 20. It wan one
thing to give up Ills pretty sweetheart
of humble parentage and another to
seo l3.000.nco thken from him by bin
father unless to did, and Iwtwwn the
two Walter M. Jermyn Untight It n
nice kettle of fish.
The wny he solved the pioblem was
made known today, whin his marriage
to Iena Kehoe more thnn Ihree year
ago was announced and steps were
taken to secure for htm the $2,000,000
which was left to him by his father.
John Jermyn, the millionaire coal
operator, who riled In Srrmton a few
It was n U.OOO.OOO secret which the
young eouplo have kepi for three
years. Young Jormyn fell mndly in
love with Miss Kehoe when he drat
onme to Oawogo four yenir ngo and
eatnbllshpd large boiler works. She
was one of tho sweetest girls In town,
tho daughter of an honest menl deal
er, and Jermyn became n frequent
caller at her home. Tney wore often
observed driving In gorgeous turn outs
which Jermyn wns nhle command.
Then Jermyn, Sr., head of a family of
great wealth and social prominence,
loarnod how mnttors worn going. Ho
wild Wnltor must glvo up his suit or
dlshorltnnco would bo his lot.
So tho cnrrlago drives ceased, and
it was bollovod amontr Mie town peo
ple that tho $2,000,000 had outweighed
young Jormyn's lovo for tho fair
daughter of the meat loalor. Hut tho
young eouplo did moot, nP.hough nono
wns tho wlsor, and at least one
carriage drlvo was taken after the
paternal edict had gone frrth. This
occasion waa behind a fast team
drawing a closed carriage, which stop
ped at tho rosldonco of Hov. Gcorgo
Ward at Vermillion, a few miles cast
of Oswego. Jormyn and Miss Kchoo
woro married there on Juro 2, 1800.
Then began tho kooplng of tho se
cret, which was successful. John Jor
myn loft $10,000,000, and by tho terms
of tho will Waltor Jcrmvn will re
colve tho fifth of this and bo's got his
A. E. ROGERS
All kinds of Territorial
Drinks. ., Short Orders
East Main St., Ardmoro,
J. A. BIVENO, President
A. H. PALMER, Cashier.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE, I. T.l
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00.
Accounts of firms and Individuals
HIGH PATENT FLOUR
It Is the Best
r,de WHALEY MILL & ELEVATOR CO.
The First National BAnk
of Marietta, I. T.
Established, I 819 6
Offers to depositors every facility which their balances, bnsinea
and responsibility warrant.
Judge Overton Love Holmes Willis
Geo. M. D. Holford Jas. N. Kirkpatric
Jas. A. White W. S. Derrick
E. F. Graham H. A. Kirkpatrick J. G. Butler
A GOOD ONE
WIHTEMAN BROTHERS, Wholesale Distributors,
ARDHORB, INDIAN TERRITORY.
See us boforo buying. Wo may
hnvo exactly what you nro looking
$lf monthly installments will
buy n neat l gpom cottage, corner
lot, good improvements. Has
rented for past 3 years for $10 a
The Redfield Agency
Established 1893 '.rdmon. I. T.
J. B, SMART & GO.
Successors to Son Bros. Go.
DON LACY, Vice-President
W. A. WOLVERTON, Asst Cattt,
sollcltod. Courteous treatment