VOLUME X. ".r!
ARDMORE, IND. TER., WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1902.
,55 HEAR.! NUMBER 4
.DMINISTRATION DISFAVORS EX
CLUSION FROM CONVENTIONS.
Bingham of Ala
Barring the Neg
ia Hemovea tor
moro than hucIi action would bo ap
proved It It weio taken in Ohio or
Mr. Thompson .the appointee, Is a
brother of Repreisntntlvo Thompson
of Alabama. Ho 1b a Republican, al
though his brothor represents a Dem
Tho president has appointed John S.
Webb postmaster at Tusltogco, Ala.,
vice Josoph O. Thompson, appolntod
collector of lntornal revenue of Alabama.
Kovf 11. Julian II,
51lectorfit Internal revenue
Ifor tl'iedfttjflct, of Alabama, has boen
h-emovedtfrOTn Gjn''ofno& and Joseph O.
mfompsoirftm'olntod "to succeed him
mio-chargo was mado as the result of
la political condition which recently
Inrose In Alabama. Colored Ilopubll
cans wore excluded from participating
fen tho Republican stato convention and
Colloctor Bingham was hold respon
lelblc, at least dn a moasuro, for their
Postmaster Gonoral Payno visited
tho whlto house today and as ho left
ftho executive ofllco mado tho following
public statomont doflnlng tho reason
for tho romoval
"Tho chango In tho office of collector
of Internal rovonuo for tho district of
Alabama In no wise roflccts upon tho
Integrity or ability of Mr. DIngham,
tho Incumbent of the ofllco. It Is one
of thoso things which occasionally
happons In politics. Tho position ta
kon by tho Republicans of Alabama
at their rocont stato convention, as
understood by tho Republicans of tho
North, Is looked upon as a porvorslon
of tho fundamental principles of tho
Republican party, and Mr. DIngham Is
In a mcasuro held responsible for that
act!6n; henco tho change,
"Neither tho administration nor tho
Republican party of tho North will
stand for tho exclusion of nny sec
tlon of our peoplo by reason of their
raco or color .when in other respects
such persons liavo complied with tho
laws and nro eliglblo under tho law
to full and freo participation in po
litlcal action, and aro of a high stand
nrd of porsonal character. In other
words, tliero nro not a hundred colored
mon In Alabama who como up to tho
requirements of tho recently adopted
stato constitution and aro eliglblo for
participation In political affairs and
tho action of tho Republican stato con
vention referred to in arbitrarily ex
cluding thom is not approved any
BY THE BAPTIST GENERAL CON
VENTION OF TEXAS.
THEY DENY PARTISANSHIP.
The Committee Report Declares Him
to Be a Man and Part of the Hu
man Race, Entitled to Equal
Treatment as Such.
Senate Committee En Route Are In
tervlewed In Kansas City.
Kansas City .Nov. 11. United
State Senators Devorldgo of Indiana,
Dillingham of Vermont and Uurnham
of Now Hampshire, member of the
sub-commltteo on territories, passed
through hero toda on tholr way tq
mako a tour of tho terrltorlos of tho
Southwest. Senator Nelson of Minne
sota and Hettfleld of Idaho will join
tho party later, None of the party
carod to dlsouss their orrand at
Senntor lteverldge, when asked It
the fact that tho Oklahoma election
was vory oloso would have any offect
upon tho Oklahoma situation In ro-
gard to statohood, ho Is quoted as
"No, sir; nono whatever."
Tho sonator declined to talk furthor
on tho quostlon of admitting that tor
rltory as a stato.
Sonator Dillingham Is quoted as
saying In roply to a quostlon:
"Thoro Is no roason why tho out
come of tho Oklahoma election Bliould
havo any offect upon tho question of
admitting that torrltory as a stato."
Jury Exonerates Him The Verdict
Greeted With Wild Cheering.
Now York, Nov. 11. Tho Jury in tho
case of Roland 13. Mollncaux, the club
man charged with tho murdor of
Kathorlno Adams, to whom it was al
Iegcd ho sent a bottle of poison, this
nftornoon returned a verdict of not
guilty. Th" jury was out twenty-five
minutes. When tho foreman an
nouncod tho verdict of acquittal thoro
was much npplnuso and tho cheering
oxtonded to tho crowd waiting outsldo,
in tho corridors and on tho strcot.
Tho criminal court building is In an
uproar. At loast 3000 persona aro
massed In tho building.
At the afternoon session on the last
day of. the Uaptlst general convention
of Texas, many Important paper were
road, among the number was the re
port of the committee on negro popu
lation, which was road by Rev. U. R,
Womnck, and In part Is as follows:
"The negro Is a man and part of the
human race. He Is the son of Adam,
and Adam was the sun of God. The
nogro Is our black brothor, and he Is
included In the atonoment. Ho is a
part of the world's people and all at
tempts to prove otherwise are futile,
aln, wicked, blasphemous and an of
fense against God. We call upon our
members to oxpose and denounce a
book professing to prove that a negro
Is not a human being. Tho uegroos
havo InoroaBod from 4,000,000 to 11,-
000,000, and aro llkoly to increase, In
duo timo to DO.000,000. Thoy aro horo
permanently. Thoy will not dlo out,
they will not run out, and they cannot
be carried out."
The report recommonded that tho
general convention of Toxns oxtend
aid to tho nogroes, and In all things
seok to olovnto thom rollglously and
Tho above report brought much In
foresting discussion, in tho courso of
which lynching was strongly depro
Ono of tho spcakors suggested tho
establishing of theological Institutes
all over tho stato for tho rollgious in
struction of negroes desiring to enter
Prof. Chaffeo, Abnor and othor heads
of colored Daptlst educational Instltu
Hons spolto on tho roport,
Leavo bus and carrlngo calls
City Livery Stable Phono 27.
11-lm T. D. CATHEY,
I P. ANDERSON,
B. F. FRENSLEY,
G. L, ANDERSOH,
S. M. T0RBE1T
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Ardmore. Indian Territory.
designated Depository (or Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation
Capital paid in $ 60,000.00
Surplus and Profits 140.000.00
Tho oldost bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of Arms and Individuals
solloltod upon tho moat liberal torms consistent with Rood banking.
ROBERTS, POLAND & BRUCE
It Miffht hp Wnrcp
You will realize that
fact most forcibly when
your accident happens,
if you have been pru
dent enough to carry
Insurance won't set
broken bones nor heal
vounds, but it will payldoutor's bills an! crocer'B bills
while! yon are laid up. Better tee m about it soon.
W. S. WOLVERTON & SON
to got omploymont In cutting wood,
and wns. walking nlong on tho track
lion thp train struck Mm. He
clnlms to" have not soon or heard tho
train as It camo upon him.
Ho waa picked and carried to" tho
freight dbpot. when l)rs. Shannon.
Smith, Hushing and Shuler tonderad
all tho mpdlcal asslstanco possible and
ho wo a later removed to othor nuar
ter. whqre he will ba lookod aftor by
tha town and physicians, as he Is an
object of charity.
Iator-rtl. H. Mcdraw diod at IS
o'olook m., and up to time of going to
nrea the News could Hot loom what
disposition would bo made of tlie re
mains. Durant News.
A HORRIBLE ACCIDENT.
THE A. A C. WILL HOW DE UUILT.
Thus the Frisco Gfves Ardmore a Val
uable Feeder Ponds for $8,000,
000 for Extension of Lino
Illo MADE a cora
YOUTSEY SAID TO HAVETHROWN
LIGHT ON OOEBEL MURDER.
The Man. Now Serving a Life Sentence
Has r.Jade a Statement Known
Only to Prosecuting Counsel
in'the Goebel Conspiracy.
An Old Man Run Over by a Freight
Train In Durant.
Thero hnpponod anothor serious an
eldent on tho. Katy noar hero thla
morning at 8:40 o'clock, when frolght
train No. 102, in charge of'Conductor
banner, going north, ran Into an old
man by tho narao of G. H. McQrow at
tho trostlo half milo north of town,
breaking tho right loir in two lilnnna
and shattering tho loft arm.
Tho old man was near dnaf nmi
blind, about sixty years old, ponnllosB
and was endeavoring to raiso enough
monoy to co to his son and daughter,
who llvo at Bcthpago, Mo. Ho was
on his way to tho woods this morning
Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 11. That Hon
ry Youtloy, tho man accusod of com
plicity fn tho murdor of tho lato Gov
ornor Gbobol and now sorvlng a llfo
sontencQ In tho stato ponltontlary, has
mado n statomont eoncornlng that nt
fair, thoro scorns no longer any doubt.
Tho statomont, or confession, as It
is roforrcd to gonorally horo, It Is said
was mado to Judge James B. Cantroll,
who presided at tho trial of tho prison
or In tho. lattor part of July or early
In August last. Ono nttornoy for tho
prosecution slated that tho statement
Is In existence, and tho common
wealth's' attornoy, Franklin Kvardu
refers all questioners to Judge Can
troll. "What tho statement contains
Is known only to tho prosecuting conn
sol In tho Goobol conspiracy cases and
It will b6 kopt from tho public ponding
corroboration of Its contents by tho
partlos -named In Its dctnlls.
Justus Goobol, brothor of tho mn
uorou statesman, who has Just re
turned from tho West and Is locnted
pormanontly In Kontucky, arrived yos
torday and haB boon In conferonco
with Stato'u Attornoy Franklin. Tho
prosecution of tho Investigation Into
tho nllogod conspiracy will bo ronow
ed with vigor, it Is stated, at the ap
proachlng January sosslon of tho
Franklin county court.
You got moro for your money In
heating and cook stoves at SpraginB1
than any other place. Ho sells tho
Loader and tho Garland. Can you
think of better stoves?
Ardnjoro coal gets bottor all tho
timo. Phono your order to Laldlaw
The St. Louis Itepubllc says: The
tockholdors of the St. Louis and San
'ranclsco Railroad company mot In
tho principal ofllc of tho company In
the Commercial building yesterday and
pprovod the purchaso of tho stock
of the Chicago and Eastern Illinois
Itnllrond company nnd of the stock
and bonds of the St. Louts, San Fran
cisco nnd Now Orlonns Railroad com
For tha purpose of the last named
urohRse,, the porno.v. l 'xtenslnn of
the line of the St. Louis, San Fran
cisco and New Orleans Railroad com
pany, nnd the oqulptnent of tho line.
the Hfnnllui1f1nr nitHinrfvml nn loxitm
of bonds not to oxcoodJ8,7GO,000.
Tho proposed oxtonslon of tho lino
runs from Ardnnro to 1-awton, whoro
It will connect with tho Oklahoma Olty
and Western railroad, also owned by
tho Frisco system. The Alio will r.v
cood 350 Tallos.
Other huslnoss of loss Imnortanco
Tho stockholders adournd to moot
again on Dccombor 11, when tho unfin
ished business, including tho election
of directors for tho next year, will bo
LOTS . .
Seven choice dwelling lots in
southwest part of city. If you
want n flno location for a home,
$750 will buy u G room dwelling,
Rood corner lot, well, bnru nnd
storm house, corner Seventh ave
nue and C Btrcet, N. V.
$1G monthly installments will
buy a neat i-room eottnjje, corner
lot, fjood improvements. Has
routed for past 3 years for $10 a
The Redfield Agency
Established 1893 Ardmon, I, T.
BANNER 8 A LVt
tho mont hooting aalvo In the world.
Ilulard's China Hall Is closlns cut to
quit business. 9-lm.
Over T. N. Coleman's
A. E. ROGERS
All kinds of Territorial
Drinks. .. Short Orders
404 East Main St., Ardmore.
J. A. DIVENS, President
DON LACY, Vice-President
H. A. PALMER, Cashier. W. A. WOLVERTON, Asst. Cashier.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE, I. -Til
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00,
Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited. Courteous treatmen
Accorded all alike.
HIGH PATENT FLOUR
It Is the Best
Mb"xJe WHALEY MILL & ELEVATOR CO.
You should investigate our
Before you purchase.
All we want is a chance to show you; our pretty de
signs, prices and salesman will do the rest.
C. R. JONES.
Security for Depositor, Borrower and Bank Our Motto
Capital Stock and
'Ardmore, I, T.
Largest of any Bank In the Chlckuaw Nation.
accept small and Iarce accouuts and conduct a General Banking
i IJU8,"C8S ;f0f ou. Farmers, stockmen and other business men
make our office thoir headquarters when in Ardmore.
OUR bank is a public institution and we advance tho beBt iutcrcsts
or tbo people and Rive their business our personal attontion and
extend to them every facility consistent with safety to bank and customer.
0. R. Smith. President.
0. M. Campbell, Vice-Pres.
Lee Gruce, Cashier.
Q. W. Young, Stockman
J. 0. Thompson, Attorney, 1
0. R. Jones, Wholesale and Retail
Sam Noble, Wholesale Hardware,
J. R. Pennington, " Grocer.
R. W. Randol, Merchants
The First National BAnk
of marietta, I. T.
Established, ! 8:9 6
Offers to demsitor.q fivnrv fnnilirv wliink fti
and responsibility warrant.
Judge Overton Lovb
Oeo. M. D. Holford
Jas. A. White
li. I Graham H. A. Kirkpatrick
Tas. N. Kirkpatrick
W. S. Derrick
J. G. Butler
EVERYBODY READS WHEN MONEY TALKS
DRS. ENLOE & FAISN, Dental Parlors.
For ao Daya wo will mako tho followlnR Inductions and Prices:
Oolll Rrnwtia tlV
HricU-o Work, purtootb,.
Artificial Toeth, per iot ..
Tooth Extracted Vlthout I'aln. ..
Nothing but nrat class matorli! usod In all work. 12 yoara oxporlenoe
Ll orS ,n Ard,mor. anl to stay. All work jjuaranteod. These prices
vLnOT onLr a.oomo oar,y; Ofllcoi upstairs In Oruco lildj.'. over A 0.
"t l uiuiwio oiutu, IIJ(JUB11U i OHLOlllCU.
ENLOE & FANN, Dentists.
A GOOD ONE
WHITEMAN BROTHERS, Wholesale Distributor,
ARDflORB, INDIAN TERRITORY.
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