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ILTJME IX. ' SIPNKY 81700 I lBOrIKTOB. AKDMOKK. INI). TEB si hY MORNING, nCTOHKIJ 26, 1H)2. SUBSCRIPTION. $5 A YFAR. ; NUMBER MO Iness session-in the morn- G DELEGATES ARRIVING. fru From Various Diitricts Were Mi and Pi sed Upon Showing tig Great Advancement in the Work Newt Notet. 1 If II report of the second day's net- of the Indian Mission tMWOWM Tract 81 .MUSKOKee is iimee tmm IliiK Tlni.-s of that city. WanCB larKer HUB bet H ministers ami Bates were present at the annual fcrcii'i- si'ssmn at tin- .M'-uio.nsi h this mornlnK than ye-ste-relay. house was crowded fiom the nf? at !' oelocli unili li.e i ment at 1L';or, p, m. ml distinguished cleinytnen i distance are here as visitors, quite a number have come as srs to the Indian Mission con- t top Hoss opened this morning's n by reading a Scripture lesson the second chapter of Kpheslans persed with reading with com i. Rev. A. H. Hower. a full Cherokee .led the opening pray his native tongue. ' minutes of yesterday's session read, and with a few corrections ved. stlon M of the discipline was lued. I bishop begun with Cherokee dls- I The name of Rev. J. L, Hray inlta was called and his presiding t. Rev. P. B. Hicks, stated that he surrendered his credentials and Idrnwn from the ministry and mcm hlp of the M. K. Church, South. Frank Nuylor Of TRhlcipiah clr was abs- tit and his presiding eld- Jeported lor him. Rev. J. E. San- of Tahl'-quah station reported a 6 year's work. Rev. T. M. Jack I reported Grove circuit In good iitlon. Rev. J. M. Drown of Stlll 1 made a good report of his year's lit. Rev .J. S. I .annul' of Chelsa, de u good report Of his work. Rev. Y. Whelar. of Claremore reported general advaniement on his charge. H. W T. Crecman reported na pas tor of Miami and Airland. Rev. W. A. Hrewer of Sallna reported Increase In membership. Completing this district .Molden vllle district was next called. The name of Rev. A. C. Pickens r H dden vllle was called and he gave a report of the work of his charge. Great ad vancement has been made tl Holden vllle on all lines; collections are full, membership greatl Increased and ! church and parsonage property Im proved. Revs. J, It McDonald of CbWOUh, C. B. Mitchell or Okmulgee. ( V Wyatt of Tulsa. J. V. Dalrd of Baputpt, .1 II Dlackwell of Colllnsvllle and Orlando Shay ol Okniulgee circuit nude their icports and their charai -lets were patted. Question 17 of the discipline was asked. "Who Are Supernumerary?" Duncan. IV T M( Whorter. It, D long. I. L Southward and J. 8 l.amur v (ailed and referred to the COmlfltl of conference relations. QllUllfW IS. "Who An Supermini' ated?" The names 0( W A. Cowart J, II Walker. James Me Kllmnan, A K. Miller were called ami referred to the committee on conference relations Rev. Miller was called upon to make a statement to the conference, and re. piled In a very touching address that brought tears to every eye. Rev. M. U Butler announce. I that Rev. J H. Dall would preach this af ternoon at 3 o'c lock and that Dlshop Moss would deliver the address of the anniversary of the W. II. M. so ciety tonight. Rev. Henrv M DuDose of Nashville, Tenn . Kpworth l.eugne secretary and editor of t hi- Epworth League Era, Is In attendant- I upon the conference. Rev. C II Drlggs, D. D., of the St. Louis conference is a visitor to the conference. He Is a brother of Rev. A. C. Drlggs of this conference. L Dlaylock of Dallas, publisher of the Texas Christian Advocate. It among the visitors. Rev. J. H. Wiseman of Ve rnon, Tex as, is here looking after the preachers in churches in QtMT county, Oklaho ma, that territory being cedtd to this conference by the action of the last general conference. Rev. Wiseman Is presiding elder of the Vernon dis trict. Rev. W. M. Rlppey, who comes as a transfer from the North Texas confer ence, preac hed a very able sermon last night to a packed house. Hon. C B. Ame of Oklahoma City, missionary treasurer ot the c (in ference. Is a busy man about the con ference. Rev. H. M .DuDose .D. D . clclUcrcd a very interesting address to the conference- this morning His style Is very like that of Rev Or Quaylc of Kansas City. Rev. P. 11. Whlsmer. D, D. of I-rIiik-vllle, Ky., Is here In the interest of church extensions. Quite a number of full-blood Chero kee and Choctaw preachers are In at tendance. They arc said to be rSTJ earnest Christians Re . Q S. Sexton, presiding alder of the Gainesville district, North Texas conference, was Introduce,! this mom Ing. Rev. J. T Bagwell, D. D.. was an nounced as a tfUUfat from the North Carolina conlen tic e Rev. V. B. I'almore, D. D., editor of the St. Louis Christian Advocate, Is attending th I conference. P. ANDERSON, President. P. FRENSL8Y. Vice President. C. L. ANDERSON, Ctibler. I. I0RBETT, Ant. Guar FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmore, Indian Territory signaled Depository tor Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation. Capital paid in $ 60,000.00 Surplus and Profits 140,000.00 Total $200,000.00 fbe oldest bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of Arms and Individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with good banking. ROBERTS, POLAND & BRUCE lEAL ESTATE. INSURANCE. ft III HOLDUP NORTHERN PACIFIC FLYER HELD UP IN MONTANA. Engineer Killed in Fight Registered Mail Rifled and Missed Big Re ward Offered By Northern Pa cific Posse in Pursuit. SOtnidl to the IpOt and now the countrv Is helng seatched hy the dogs and hy posse s of SMB. Although none of the passengers wetc inolewteil hy the rohhers. a few of theni stayed liehlnd to assist In the "mii li for the highwaymen. The Northe rn 1'aclflc has offered a reward ot 6000 for the rapture of the rolihers The point at which the train was stalled was ahotit forty miles east of Missoula an I eighty four miles WMl of Helc mi. ;it a iolnt west of Hear-mouth Third Day's Session. Conferetic.' opened promiitlv at ' clock. After an Impressive devotion al service, consisting of singing. Scrip- ure rea ling ami prayi r, the mlnuti n of last session were read and ap proved. Dr. W. Be I'almore. editor of the St. I.ouls Christian Advocate-, was In troduced to the conference. The doc tor was pleasant In appearance, and it seemed that his Alaska trip did not In terfere with him In the least so far as avoirdupois is eotverned. He looks anxious to tell a fish story. The question. "Who Are Admitted on Trial," was called, and the follow ing named brethren were admitted: V. J. Wilson, James I .mil., m 0. W. Martin, W. If. Vernon, Alfred Heard. Rather Itoge-s. W. II. MeKennon, Wm. Stout. Kd l.amli. J. w. Vawtcm. Dr. Thompson of Atlanta; (Ja., was introduced to the conference. He made a very interestinu address on Sahliath ohservance. Question No. 4 was called: "Who Are Admitted Into Full Connection? " T. (1. (iv,-K is. 1' M. White mid 0. A. Iorctt were admitted. Question 20 was again asked: "Are All the I'reai hers lllameless in Char acter?'' The name of J. M. dross. C. M. Copnege, J. L. Sullivan. It. Cluv. W. D. Sauls. J. L. Southward, J. D. KogiTs, J. W. Hurk, J. I., (luge-. W. H. Moon .Thos. ;. Whittcn and W. S. Derrick were called and characters passed. The noon hour having arilved the Minoiis coinmuiees made their an nouncements after which Itev. Butler atinoiiiii e,i that C. II llrigns. tiresid- lag elder of the St. Louis district of Hie Missouri i onferi tn e, would preach at 3 o'clock .and the annlversarv of the Woman's Foielgn Missionary Society would b eheld tonight at 7:30. Confer ence adjourned with the lieneilietion The Woman's Home Mission So ciety o' the conference Is in session at the Baptist church today. There are twenty delegates present. EJECTING CATTLE. Ilutte. Mont . Oct 2". The North Coast limited .which Is one of the Worth fl I'aiiiie s Rjrtta, was held up and rohhed near Bearsmoiith, Mont., last night, and In Hie Rgfet with the two rohherg Knglneer O'Neill was killed. The train carried much registered mall and heavy consignments of ex press matter It was brought to a stop hy two masked men, who used a red light. As soon as the train slowed up they climbed ahoard and held revolvers at the heads of the engineer and fireman. (I N. ill and his companion got out of the rah In pursuance of orders and tile ioIiIhts ran to the express ear. The men Inside refused to open the door and the rolihers tired shot after shot Into the windows and doors until the messenger opened the car. One robber blew open the combina tion In the express car nnd compelled the express messenger to light the nise to a dynamite cartridge to blow Ope n the safe, hut only the outside c as ing was destroyed. He then picked up several express packages, one being of gold watches and entered the mail ear ami rilled the r mistered mall, taking a nunilier of letters and packages. lie next ( 'impelled the express mm- si nger and baggageman to walk ahc td some clistan ! down the track, where he bade them good bye, and disap peared. The robbei told the express messen ger that he was the same one who held up umi robbed the Southern Pa ciflc train some months ago. and would seo them again. He expressed regre t at the necessity for shooting the engi neer. Conductor Qulnn thinks there was only one robber, but passengers say at least thirteen shots were fired along side of the train, indicating a number of confederates. The conductor ran the train into Drum- mond with the wounded engineer, where the latter died an hour after re ceiving the wound. The rohhera' fusillade- was ho hot that most ot the pursuiTS took refuge behind the train. A latter reports says an examination ot the cxprcsH car showed that no one had been hurt In there and that nothing had been taken Much registered mall is gone, however. Telegrams at once brought blood Police at Work Struck Herd Which Would Not Crosa River. I pi l ml iiiot.e to the Ardmorelte. Marie tta. I T. Oc t 2r, The Indian police drove HI head of cattle belong ing to Tom Davis across the river Into Texas. Thursday. Yesterday they drove Jim Thompson's cattle out of his pasture- and attempted to drive them across, but the hi-ril wits too large for them and they were unable to get them Into the stream The olllcers have not bothered tic cattle of th. other stockmen who have failed to pay the lax. but thi'y are still here and may do so before they leave. Table Linen Special As our table linen, napkin and towe l special proved such a success We have decided to continue the low pi Ices for one week. A big discount is being made' on all these goods. Sltl SIMON CO tteiBS'l malt vinegar and hulk ketch up at Jake'a. 2U-3L You are Just the person we want to talk to If you need a heating stove We bought so that wo can mil cheap. WILLIAMS. COHHN CO. CHOICE LOTS . . lots in II yon a home, Seven choice dwellinuf Rotithwcst part of citv. wnnt a fine location for investigate these. $7e will Inn a.'i mom dwelling, tfeuul corner lot, well, barn and storm house, corner Seventh ave nue and (' street, N. W. )." monthly installments will buy a m at 4 -room eottajje, corner lot, (food improvements. Has rented for past 3 years for $10 a mouth. The Redfield Agency Established 1893 Maori, I. T. )R.J.G. ABERNETIIY Dentist Over T. N. Coleman's Drug Store. A? E. ROGERS All k I n d s of Territorial Drinks .. Short Orders 404 E ist Main St., Ardniore. Foley s Honey and Tar tor chlldren.smie.sure. No opiates. J. A. BIVENS, President. DON H. A. PALMER, Cashier. W. LACY, Vlee-Prealdent. A. WOLVERTON, Aaat. Caihiar. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK AROMOHE. E. Til Capital and Surplus. $100,000.00, Account-, .r Arms and Indlfbluala Hollclled. Accorded all alike. Courteous treatment USE n Mad a br PLANSIFTER HIGH PATENT FL0U2 It is the Best WHALEY MILL fit ELEVATOR CO. BONDS. Why this Haste? After a fire starts it is too late to think of insurance. We'll take the contract to protect you from fire loss aud the cost will be reasonable. Why take the risk yourself? When the brain seems weak aud weary, And life itself is dark and dreary; When all other friends have fled. Try sleeping on one of C. K. JONES' FOLDING BEOS. In fairy land you'll seem to wander, 'Mid Elysian dreams you'll ponder, Wondering much what realm is this, What fairy land of perfect bliss. When moruing with its rosy light, SH that Flat Folding Bed Folds back the dusky shades of night, You'll shower blessings while you can On 0. K. JONES, the FURNITURE MAN. in His Show Window. Security kor Depositor, Borrower and Bank Our Motto mm in nn. 'Ardmore, I. T. Capital Stock and Additional Liability , . Urges! of any Bank Id the Chickasaw Nation. The First National fUnk of Marietta, I. T. Established, 1896 Offers to depositors every facility which their balance, basinet and responsibility warrant. Directors Judge Overton Love Geo. M. D. Holford Jas. A. White E. F. Graham H. A. KlRKI'ATRICK Holmes Willis AS. N. KlRKPATRICB S. DerricKj J. G. Butler ft EVERYBODY READS WHEN MONEY T ALKS DRS. ENLOE & FANN, Dental Parlors Kor 30 Days we will make the toliowinK Reductions and Prices: ej.iiii Orewaa, -k mmujoM kiiiih. upwini from ft oo HriilKn Worl:, piertetoth a U) Am allium '.Mat M I . r . . -1 ; 1 1 r i i . . :i mi-Ill I I i 1 1 llkf -i . 50 Kii'hiniinil Cruwuir ou Tueith Kxtractce Without Pula. Se) ArUMMlTeMtk, tier lot 7 SO I Nothing but first class material used In all work. U years' experience 4 years In Ardmore, urni here to stay. All work guaranteed. These prices for 30 days only, so came early Office, upstairs in Crucc Bldtf. over A C. Young's Furniture Store, oppooite Postofilce. Wolverton L Son. DEALKH IN. t ma rnw , u. iHAoun, He and Second Hand Furniture and Stove.s. . UUUO UUURIHI WW'.V! I I I V. Vj IA V 1-IIL4IIHVU. North Washington Street, Ardmore, I. T. VVl'- accept small and large accountsand conducta General Banking " Business for You. Farmers, stockmen and other business men make our office their headquarters when in Ardmore. OUU bank is a public institution and we advance the best interests of the people and give their business our personal attention aud extend to them every facility consistent with safety to bank and cus tomer. Directors. C. K. .Ion :s, Wholesale and Retuil O.K. Smith, President. C. M. Campbell, Vice-Pres. Lee Chuce, Cashier. O. W. Young, Stockman J. C. Thompson, Attorney, Furniture. Sam Nohlr, Wholesale Hardware. J R. Pennington, " (Jrocer. R. W. Randol, Merchant. ENLOE & FANN, Dentists. NONE BETTER RIVAL FLOUR EVERY SACK A GOOD ON. B WHITEMAN BROTHERS, Wholr ale Distributors, AXDMORB, INDIAN TeKTORY.