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VOLUME X.
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ARDMORE, IND. TER.. THURSDAY EVENING, AP1UL 10, 1903.
SDBSCRIPIION, $5 A TEAR. NUMBER 137
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will" hold third annual ses
x'sion at ardmore.
E. B.'HInshaw, Superintendent Bloom
field Seminary, Designated This
Town. Prof. Hendrlx Assist
ant Director At Harorove.
Tho third annual session of the
Chickasaw National Summer Normal
school will bo hold at Ardmoro. I. T..
beginning on Monday, Juno 22, nnd
continuing for four weeks. On Thurs
day and Friday of tho last week of
tho normal, examinations will bo hold
for certificates to teach by tho Nation
al oxamlning board. Tho first normal
was qulto a success, In the second tho
number and Interest was much In
crcaspd, and this year a vory much
larger attendance la expected.
Tho school Is especially designed
for teachers, and all aro Invited to at
tend, no matter In what school they
work national and prlvato schools,
colleges, any and all schools also high
school pupils who may wish to Bpend
part of tho summer In study will bo
welcomed.
It will bo tho constant aim to ad
vanco education and mako toachors
bettor tcachors.
Ardmoro scorns to bo tho proper
clCy and Hargrovo college building
a sultablo place for tho sessions of
tho coming normal, henco tho loca
tion. It Is very much desired that all
who aro Interested In a bettor and
higher education In this country, exert
thomsclvcs to somo extent In order
that tho summer normal of this year
bo a complete success. It Is most
earnostly hoped by tho management
that tho nowspapers of tho nation will
ldndly mention this work and will
glvo It their hearty support;
E. D. IHNSHAW, Colbert, I. T
National Normal Director.
J. IL HENDIUX, Ardmoro, I.T.,
Assistant Director.
Estrayed April 4.
Ono bay pony, about Hi hands
high, too old to work, dim smoothing
Iron brand on right shoulder. Will
pay for troublo of finder.
K. CARLTON,
d2wl. Caro ArdmorcRi
Your last chanco. Wo leavo for our
trip around Uio world April 29.
15-3t SALE & WALTERS.
L. P. ANDERSON,
President.
B. F. FRENSLEY,
Vice-President.
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Ardraore, Indian Territory
Designated Depository (or Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation.
Capital paid in $ 60,000.0d
Surplus Funds 165,000.00
Total $225,000.00
The oldest bank in Indian Territory! Accounts of firms and Individuals
solicited upou tho most liboral tornia consistent with good banking.
ROBERTS, POLAND & BRUCE
INSURANCE.
REAL
CYCLONE IN ALABAMA.
Great Destruction of Property and
Nine Persons Killed.
Birmingham, Ala., April 15. Word
iias Just been received from Ever
grcon to tho effect that a cyclono oc
curred In Monroo county yesterday
and that nlno persons wcro killed.
Tho damago to property In reported to
bo largo.
Tho wind swept over a largo stretch
of country, carrying away farm dwel
lings and wrecking villages.
At Ilucktown a negro Baptist church
was demolished. No, 2 mlno of tho
Tennessee Coal nnd Iron Company was
sorlously damaged. At Campbolltown
and Prlmltlvo Rldgo and also at Buck
town tho damago will reach thous
ands of dollars.
A freak of tho wind at Randolph
Mills was to blow a bod from beneath
a man and wlfo, both of whom es
caped without a scratch.
At Evergreen a man named Harry
Saultcr was killed. Tho tornado was
tho most destructive in tho history
of Alabama, nnd tho property damage
cannot bo estimated. Thcro is much
suffering in the stricken district.
Good luck will attend you on your
first day's outing If you aro armed
with tho kind of fishing tacklo that
comos from our store.
WILLIAMS. CORHN & CO.
Tho only puro lco cream mado can
bo had at Splogle's bakery and confec
tionery at 25c per quart or $1 per
gallon. 3tf
COMANCHES AND OLD MEXICO.
They aro Promised 2,000,000 Acres
of Land If They go.
Lawton, Ok., April 15. Somo of tho
Comancho Indians aro considering a
proposition to movo to Moxlco soon.
Scnor Gonzales of Chihuahua, Mot.,
Is hero to confer with them. Thoy
promlsod tho rod men 2,000,000 acres
of land If thoy will go and cultivate It
and tho Indians think it is getingtoo
civilized here for thorn.
Team' Wanted.
Will glvo good prlco for well
matched gentlo team for doublo driv
ing, desired Weight 1,000 pounds,
height 15 hands. Bays preferred.
5-tf. B, W. RANDOL.
Bids Wanted.
Sealed bids for each and all privi
leges for tho Odd Fellows' picnic at
their park near Provenco, Monday,
April 27, will bo recclvod until noon
Monday, April 20, 1903. Address
W. T. GARDNER,
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Ardmoro, I. T.
Ico'for salo at Splegle's.
12-lm.
C. L. ANDERSON,
Cashier.
I BONDS.
You Feel Secure
A Rood roliablo insurance pol
- icy makes yon feel secure,
rests yonr ncrveB, aud mokes
slumber a possibility, oven in
the midst of danger. Insur
ance is comparatively cheap-
mnch cheaper than restless
anxiety.- , , .
W. S. Wolferfon & Son,
tJoriainBwIlillng.t .j
hiw-t m u m u n n iv n u w mv in m hi
M FID Iff ISSUES
A LETTER BY MR. CLEVELAND
FOR TAMMANY.
W. J. Bryan and Ex-Senator Hill Also
Sent Messages to Jefferson Ban
queters Conditions Change,
the ex-President Declares.
Now York, April ID. l,ottors from
ox-Prosldont Cleveland, William J.
Bryan and ox-Senator David It. Hill
were read at tho Thomas Jofforson din
ner of tho Tammany hall general com-
rnltleo of tho thirty-fifth assomply dis
trict Inst night. Mr. Cleveland wroto:
"In tho crowding Incidents and con
stantly changing conditions of our poo-
plo's llfo, now Issues nnd now subjects
of political thought and action must
frequently present thomsolvcs to tho
test of Democratic Judgment Tho on
ly slnccro way for our party to deal
with theso is, first, to discover their
character nnd their tendencies for
good or ovli, and thereupon to treat
them in such manner as will recog
ntzo constitutional restrictions and
tho necessity of snfo conservatism,
whllo at tho samo tlmo wo keep In
sight, as our unfailing guldo nnd tho
supremo object of our political en
deavor, a conscientious regard for tho
best nnd highest Interest of tho peo
ple of tho land, without favoritism or
unjust discriminations."
Mr. Uryan In his letter said: "I
trust that tho banquet will Inspire
those present to imltato Jefferson In
a fight for tho application of Democrat
ic principles of government without
compromlso with plutocraoy or con
cessions to tlmo-scrvers and patron
age seekers."
In his letter written from Wolfort's
Roost, ox-Sonator Hill nnnounccd that
"a united Democracy can win tho great
contest of 1904 and rout-tho forces
of plutocracy."
Edward M. Shopard, 'referring to
tho national administration, spoko of
President Iloosovelt as "a, flro brand
who Is teaching tho nation to desire
war'
For Sale.
All or any part of that property
known as tho Toxas wagon yard, ono
storo 25x50, hay barn COxlOO, C-room
houso .dwelling. For prlco and terms
'phono 246, or Box 43, Ardmoro.
1-m. I. It. BEST.
Local parties aro talking of building
a railroad from Coalgato to.Stlglcr
via South McAlestor. Tho road would
bo sixty miles long and tap tho new
Ft. Smith & Western andprobably tho
Muskogco Southern. South McAles
tor Capital.
Smoko Hardlo's Eldo Ec cigar.
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Glcbe-Wernicke
"Elastic"
BOOKCASES. . A
We can furnish your office out of our
stock as we carry a full assortment.
Furniture,
Carpets,
Lace Gurlalns,
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Security for Depositor, Borrower and Bank Our Motto
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Ardraore,
(1 M id Additional lliify
W(iit of cny Ban): In
VK acceptsmallandlarcCBCcouiitsand conducta General Banking
T Business for You. Farmers,- stockmen and other businessmen
mako our office their headquarters when in Ardmore.
OUR bank is a pnblio institution a'nd we advance the best interests
of the people and Rive their btaWumsa our personal attontion and
extend to them every facility constefolit! with safety to bank and customer.
0. R, 8MiTH,'President.v
OyM. Oampbe&Tj, Vice-Pres.
Lek Cruce, Cashier.
G. W. Young,' Stockman ;
J;JJTbohpiqnI Attorney,
TO SPRINKLE WITH OIL.
The Merchants of Durant Subscribe
to Lay the Dust In This Way.
Tho principal business streets of
Durant will, . In all probability, bo
sprinkled with oil. Yesterday nnd
this morning Mr. J. C. Hadon circu
lated a subscription list with this end
lnt vlow. Somothlng over $2C0 hns
been subscribed. It Is believed this
amount will pay for tho first sprink
ling. It Is stated that It will last somo
thrco months nnd will provo bottor In
laying the dust thnn wntor.
Tho business men of tho town have
sufforod much from tho dust nnd nro
dolormlnoil In tho mattor. They will
wo think, carry out tho oil plan.
Durant Nows.
For the World's Fair.
An enthusiastic mooting assomblod
last Friday night In responso to Uio
call Issued by Mayor W. A. Itold nnd
President J. II. Morrow of Uio Commor
clal club.
Mossrs.H. B. Hutchinson, lion V.
LaFayotto and IL D. Martin woro ap
pointed a committee to solicit funds
for tho territorial World's Fair oxhlb
It. It will bo tho aim of tho commit
tee to Bocuro contributions amount
ing to $C00, which Is tho amount ap
portioned to Chocotaji by tho rocont
convention at South McAlestor as our
sharo In tho $2G,000 fund which will
bo. required to afford tho Indian Ter
ritory an exhibit In keoplng with hor
greatness.
Chccotah pcoplo aro always liboral
In such matters and tho commltteo will
(lnd Ilttlo difficulty In raising tho sum
of $000. Chccotah Enquirer.
Majestic Steel Ranges, nono othor
as good.
WILOAMS, CORHN & CO.
The Federal Jail Site.
Ono of the last acts of Uio outgo
ing council was to pay $700 for tho
United States Jail site, which In tho
event tho Jail Is not built will rovort
to tho city. Tho contract also pro
vides for tho Incarceration of all city
prisoners in tho federal Jail without
cost to Uio city. Tho new Jail will
cost $40,000 and tho entire amount
will bo avallablo July 1. Vlnlta Chief
tain. Madamo Yaio's goods can now bo
found on salo at Spleglo'a bakory.
Mrs. Sploglo wlH lako pleasure In wait
ing on all customers.
MRS. MARY U CARTER,
30-lm. AgonL
Doubtful Credentials.
Among tho Torrltdry notos In tho
Fort Smith Times, tho following ap
peared: Thcro was a woman ori a Chootaw
train lately who claimed that showas
onrouto to South McAlestor to look
aftor tho property of a dead husband
nnd incidentally sho was collecting
monoy for Uio Ixrd, but hor creden
tials woro not from headqunrtors and
sho was taken caro of by tho author
ities. We Pay Freight
Wtlhln One Hundred
' Miles cf Ardmore.
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the Chlckmw Mkn'.
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Director.-
C. R. JotrtiT, 'Wholesale and Retail
Furniture.
Bam Noblst, Wholesale Hardware,
J, R. PiciMiKdtbti, " Grboer.Ji
R. WVRSittJdfc; Merchant...
I II US
ALUM CREATES A SENSATION IN
MISSOURI.
One Member of the Mlisourl Lenlsta-
ture Had Seven One Thousand Dol
lar Dills Getting at the Very
Heart of State Doodling.
'Knough facts wero dovolopcd bo-
fore tho St. louls grand Jury concern
ing boodllng in tho Missouri lcgtBla
turo to keep Attorney General Crow
busy for Uio balnnco of tho torm," said
Circuit Attorney J. W. Folk, In St.
Louis last night.
"Wo nro gottlng at tho very heart
of tho boodlo mattor now, nnd wo will
cortalnly oxposo corruption in tho
attito as it soldom has been
exposed boforo In any sjnto or city,"
Bald Attorney General Crow at Jeffer
son City.
St. Louis, April 15. Senator John
P. Collins of St. Louis will bo asked
by Uio SL Louis grand Jury to oxplaln
whoro ho obtained $7,000 in $1,000 bills
which ho dlsplnycd In sovoral down
town saloons a fow dayB after Uio ad
journment of tho legislature Flvo of
tho bills aro said to havo boon depos
ited in tho Lafayctto National bank,
whllo Senator Collins is said to havo
retained tho othor two.
This Information reached Circuit
Attorney Folk about 7 o'clock tonight
and ho Immediately ordered a sub
poena Issued for tho man Uiat fur
nished tho Information and for sovoral
othors who sa,w tho bills in Collins'
hands.
Ono Uiousand dollar bills which en
tered Missouri boodlo history with tho
alum loglslatlon, havo played a re-
markablo part in tho alleged boodllng
at Jefferson City ,nnd It Is tho deslro
of Mr. Folk to find whoro Mr. Collins
got theso bills. Tho statement mado
by Uio man who. first unbosomed him
self wns to tho effect that Senator Col
lins had "flashed" soven $1,000 bills
In sovoral snloons and lator had plant
ed flvo of them In Uio Lafayotto bank.
Senator Collins could not bo found
this ovoning nnd tho bank officials ro-
fusod to discuss tho bank deposits.
Tho supposition is that tho monoy was
placed to Individual accounts, or olso
checked out by Collns to mombors of
tho comblno, thus avoiding Uio ne
cessity of "breaking" tho big bills,
to avert talk, which has already led
to tho dotcction of at least sovon of
tho bills. ,JJU
Senator Stono, who is desired as a
witness by tho grand Juries hero and
at Jofforson City, need havo no fear of
prosecution. At tho tlmo ho accoptcd
tho $5,000 for speaking In bohnlf of
l.tl. .Vl. . .
inu uiui-uium uiu no was a plain
prlvato citizen, and, thoreforV ho could
not accept a bribe.
J. A. BIVEN8, Preildent.
A. H. PALMER, Cashier. W. A. WOLVERTON, Asst. Cashltr.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE. I. Tj
Capital and Surplus $inn,nnn.nQ.
Account of Arms and Individuals
Accorded
usePLANSIFTER
HIGH PATENT FLOUfi
It. Is the Best
WHALEY MLL &' ELEVATOR CO,.
Car Cane Seed
Oran'ge and
Bananas, Oraurjes, Leraonsi Potatoes, Cabbage,
Onions, Evaporatod Fruits' and Cauned Meats.
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WHITEMAN BROS.,
Wholesale Commission Merchants,'
ARDMORE, I. T, , '"'
Tho present senator expounded
mightily upou tho III effects of alum
upon tho htimnn system, especially In
Uio form of baking powder. Ho was
employed by tho Public Health So-
oloty, a mythical society of which D.
J. Kolley of Now York appears to havo
been tho othor nctlvo member.
Tho evidence Bhowlng that Stono
secured Uiis amount is said to havo
boon adduced before tho grand Jury
today, but tho deslro of tho body Is to
loarn trom Senator Stono himself wh
paid him tho money, nnd somo other
things pertaining to boodllng at the
stato assembly.
FOR RENT Ono buslnoss houso witk
railroad track facilities, especially
hntidy for wholesale, warehouso or
utorago purposes. Ono storo room,
' good location with railroad track
facilities. ' Also two throo room
houses. John Wagner- at E E.
Push's storo, Main streoL lG-3t
Kingman culUvators.
Kingman stalk cutters.
King mlddlo bustora.
Klngmnn combination corn and cot
ton check rowers, all at Williams,
Corhn & Co.'s.
Three Chlckaiha Paper.
Ono Is disgusted; tho othor twe
promptly respond with remedies.
Hero's Uio way thoy oxpross It:
Thoro is a certain class of people
too ornery to exist; they aro drunke
printers. Express.
Flro tho drunkards and got rolia
blo men. Tclogram.
Yost And pay enough wages to net
rosponsolblo printers to work for to.
PosL
Chan. Clements la reported Blck la
Northwest Ardmoro.
Tho Kingman mako of farming Ub
plomcnts havo tokon procodonco oyer
every other mako. Thoy ropresest
porfoctlon In farming tools. Sold br
Williams, Corhn & Co.
STOP
Poyinc rent and own a nice home.
Prnuio cottage 5 room, hall and
buth room, nice southeast corner
lot. Close in at coruor 4th Ave.
nnd A fitreet N. E., worth $1800.
Owner has left and is making a
special prico of $850.00. This is
also a lino opportunity for invest
ment as it rents by the year for
$150, nnd is worth 40 per cent,
more thnn is asked.
Pasture For Rent.
700 acres, pood fonce, llvinc water.
8 miles west of Ardmore.
Business Lots.
If you want n location for bnst
noB house, factory or shop we
have it.
Tho Rotffiold Agcnoy,
Real Estate, Rents, Loans.
Phone lai, Ardmore, lnd. Tcr.
DON LACY, Vice-President
solicltbd. Courteous treatment
all allkb.
'Early Amber.
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