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(SIDNEY 811008,1 I ropBiETom, AEDMOKK, IND. TER., FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1903. 8DB8CRIPII0N, $5 A TEAR. NUMBER 174 II HI OF ID II OFFICERS HOLD OFF MOB WHO "f ATTACK JACKSON JAIL. Kentucky Turmoil Effort Made to Remove Prltonera Jett and White. Some Claimed to Lynch Them and Others to Free Them. Jackson, Ky., May 28.-I.ast night In Jackson was a night of terror and thcro was almost a panic among the stroops as woll as tho people An at tack on tho Jail whoro Curtis Jett and Tom Whlto, who aro hold on a chargo of complicity In tho murder of J. B. Marcum, aro confined, was repulsed Hundreds of shots wore firc'd hut as far as known no ono was hurt. Tho sentries tired upon tho men who wero npproachlng the Jail; populaco was aroused and Indlscrlmnato shooting followed nt Intervals during tho night. Today thero is audi a reign of terror as to prevent tho securing of detailed news or having It trans mitted. It Is not denied, however, that thoro was an organized effort on tho part of feudists to take Jett and Whlto out of Jail. Somo say that tha object was to lynch them and others that tho purposo was to roscuo the prisoners. Thoso who hold to tho theory that tho mob wished to lynch tho two men and not to set them at liberty, claim tho story Is out that Jett and White to savo themselves from hanging wero about to turn states cvldenco and con fess to everything that had been done. Such a courso would without doubt result In tho Indictment of a dozen or moro men some of whom aro prominent In that section, and to prevent this It Is claimed they havo concluded to murdor tho two men. Others, how ever, scout the Idea as preposterous, declaring these men wero willing to face tho wholo stato In an effort to prevent tho punishment of theso friends for acts which thoy applaud. German Fftfet Coming. . Berlin. May 28. On tho authority of tho German navy department It was stated today that Germany will participate In tho naval display which will tnko placo at Hampton Roads- In connection with tho opening of tho Iynitslana Purchaso Exposition In May, 1904. Tho kaiser haB ordored preparations to bo mado for bonding n squadron consisting of tho flnost vossols of tho German fleot. L. P. ANDERSON, B. F. FRENSLEY, C. L. ANDERSON, President. Vice-President Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmore. Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation. Capital paid in Surplus Funds Total The oldest bank In Indian Territory. solicited upon tho most liboral terms ROBERTS, POLAND & BRUCE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE. ARDMORE ABSTRACT CO., (Incorporated.) Tlie Most complcle v Abstracts of all kinds accurately made, Records J thoroughly searched, and any kind of inferau--f tion furnished on , Bport notrce and small fee, W. S, WOLVEtifON & SON, flier's. ALL JjNpSOR.'INlURANCS.'.REAL ESTATE and BOND SEGREGATED LANDS. Commissioner Breckenrldge Protects Delawares In Cherokee Nation. Tahlcqtiah, I. T., May 28. Clifton It. Breckenrldge, commissioner in chargo of tho Chorokeo land office, has rendered a decision of great Im portance to allottees in tho Cherokeo nation. When tho Chorokeo land of fice was opened at Vlnlta It was found that tho commission to tho flvo civil ized tribes had segregated from allot ment 157,600 acres of. Cherokeo lands under tho troaty for tho Delawaro Indians, pending tho final determina tion of tho suit of tho Dclawarcs against tho Cherokeo nation. Many Chcrokecs applied for allotment and found their land including their homes had been segregated for the Dela wares, and tho Chcrokecs wero finally permitted to fllo on their homes In tho Delawaro segregation; it devel oped that many Chcrokecs filed on Delawaro lands and did not havo their homes located in tho segregation. A caso camo up wherein George W. Ea ton, a citlzon by lntermarrlago ot tho Cherokeo nation, filed on segregated Dolawaro land; later Henry Arm strong, a Delawaro Indian, appHod for tho samo land as his home. Tho mattor was submitted to tho com missioner and ho decided that Arm strong would bo permitted to -fllo on tho land and contest tho right of Gcorgo W. Eaton to fllo on It. Com missioner Breckcnridgo In his opin ion flnds that a mtstako was permit ted in allowing pcoplo to fllo on Dela waro segregated land and ordered tho land ofTlco to hcrcattor not permit this land not to bo filed on and directs that whero tho land has already been filed on in tho segregation that par ties claiming this land will bo per mitted to contest tho filing. KANSAS NEED& MEN. Also Horses and Mutes to Help In the Harvest Topeka, May 28. Stato Employ ment Agent T. B. Gerow says Kan sas will need at least 25,000 men and 4,000 teams lor tho wheat harvest His estimates aro mado from roportc from every township In tho state. Thcro are no Idlo men In Kansas, so it will bo necessary to Import har vester hands from neighboring states. Thero Is a great scarcity ot horses and mules In tho states. This Is caused by tho fact that during tho Boer war thousands of Kansas ani mals wero purchased by the British and tnkon to Africn. Buy today from our Ashing tacklo boforo tho ru&tt Is on and tho assort ment broken. WILLIAMS, COIUIN & CO. $ 60,000.00 165,000.00 $225,000.00 Accounts ol firms and Individuals consistent with good banking. BONDS. in mm DURWOOD. VISITED YESTERDAY BY WORST IN ITS HISTORY. Young Stock Killed Hail Stones Went Through Roofs of Houtet. Crops Ruined Around Durney- ' ?vll'leand Thackervllle. t Special 'Phono to tho Ardmorolto. Durwood, I. T., May 20. This sec tion wns visited by tho most sovero hall storm in its history yesterday af ternoon at about C o'clock. Somo of tho hall stones measured ten Inches In circumference. Somo small stock wero killed, many window lights wero broken and holos from six to eight inches in slzo wero mado In tho shlnglo roofs, whoro tho hall went through. It Is estimated that tho crops In this section havo bcon dam aged fully 50 per cent. Thackervllle. Special 'Phono to tho Ardmorolto. Thackcrvlllo, I. T May 29. Tho hall did considerable damgo to crops In this section yesterday afternoon. It seems to strike only In spots. Somo actions would bo damaged, whilo In othor parts but little fell. Durneyville. Special 'Phono to the Ardmorclte. Btirneyvllle, I. T., May 29. Crops wero badly damaged In this section yesterday afternoon by hnfl. Somo farmors say they will havo to replant nil their corn. t BETTING ON YACHT RACES. Strong Bet By New Yorker Is Prompt ly Covered By Upton's Manager. Now York, May 27. Not a posslblo chanco for tho American cup Is conced ed to Shamrock HI by.a ,yacht owner and member of tho Now York Yacht club, who wagered f 1,600 to $1,000 Ro llanco will win In one, two, throo or der. David Barrio, Sir Thomas Lip ton's commorcial manager in this country, took tho bet. Mr. Barrle was itomowhat astonished when tho American, in discussing tho chances of tho yachts, mado tho bold state ment that Shamrock III would not tako ono ot tho sorlos of racos, but when tho offer was mado to back his opinions at tho odds quoted, prompt ly covorcd. Mr. Darrle acknowledged that tho wngor had been mado, but refused to namo tho member of tho New York Yacht club whoso nioncy ho oxpects to win. A Big Discrepancy. Now York, May 28. Itogarding the statomcnt published In Now York that thoro is ?3,000,000 discrepancy between tho reports of Ccnoral Leo nard Wood and his secretary regard Ing tho disbursmonts of tho mlllta-y govornniont In Cuba, It Is stated on tho highest authority, says tho Trl buno's Havana ropresentatlvo, that tho discrepancy will bo accounted for In tho final sottloment botwecn tho war department and Senator Quosada, Cuban minister at Washington. A PERFECT 'Charcoal Sheatinp;," or pure carbon pressed into sheets is rendered absolutely impervious to air or water, nnd is therefore a Perfect Non-Conductor It haB been proven by test that tbia is tho very best insulation for RefriceatorR, Our Hue of Refrigeators has this insulation. C. R. JONES & BRO Ardmore National Bank, ARDMORO, IND. TER. Capital Stock and Additional Liability, : : : : : $200,000.00 Largest of any Bank in the Chickasaw Nation, We accept small and large jenerai xjanKing tfusinees tor you. DIRECTORS. O. R. Smith, President. U. M. Uampbeli., Vice-Pres. Lee Cbuck,. Cashier. Q. W. Younqc Stockman! - J,C, TuoursoNjsAettornoy.l NEW FACULTY ELECTED For Indlanola Synodlcal College at Wynnewood. To tho Ardmorolto. Wynnewood, I. T., May 28. Tho trustees ot Indlanola Synodlcal col logo met In nnnunl session horo yes terday. Tho following faculty wns elected for tho noxt term. Prof. n. II. Cobb of datcsvlllo, Tex as president! Prof. W. F. Conway, prlncipalt Prof. W. Q Eronch of jngillowrlglit,' Texas,' amf Miss . Eliza Hayter of Arlington. Toxas. Other toaohors will bo electod later. Tho board had a very harmonious andjirofltablo mooting nnd whs much pleased at tho success of tho first term ot tho college. They rejolco that thoy aro finan cially nblo to pay In full nil tcachors and nil dobts nnd enter tho next term debt free. The prospect for tho next torm la very oncournglng. With such mon as J. It. Ponnlngton ot Ardmoro nnd M. M. Kreoraan ot Pauls Valloy and T. P. Hollow an1 J. E. Carr of Wynnowood on tho board of trustees, with tholr business push, tho collogo Is bound to succeed. Tho school will closo tomorrow with a grand public entertainment, Ardmoro Is cordially Invited to attend. REVIVAL OF INTEREST. Has Taken Place In Wichita Mountain Minerals. Lawton, O. T., May 28. A revival of Interest in tho mlnoral posslblltlcs in tho Wichita mountains has occur red. In tho contosts that havo oc curred Involving tho mlnernl valuo of tho land, In every lnstanco thoy havo been decided In favor of tho mlnoral claimant. This has attracted northern and castorn capitalists, and tho work of putting In steam hoists, smelters and othor machinery necessary for moro efficient mining Is progressing rapidly. Representatives of largo milling and mining companies aro In tho mountains locating sites and su perintending construction. Whothor or not tho minerals in tho Wichita mountains can bo found in paying quantities will certainly bo soon test- od. CONGRATULATE MARK HANNA. Republicans Glad to See Harmony In Party. Cleveland, May 28. Sonator Hannn received n largo "number of telegrams today concerning his decision not to opposo turthor am endorsement of President Roosovelt's candidacy for n second term, at tho coming stato con vention. Theso telegrams woro salt', to bo nearly nil of a congratulatoiy nature. Many, or them declared that In taking tho stop Senator Hanna had dono much to prosorvo hdrmony hi tho ranks of tho party. Senator Hanna steadfastly refused to discuss tho subject today, lnslBtfng that it was n closed Incident. Santa Fe Excursion. Tho Santa Fo road will run a special train from Purcoll to Fort Worth Sunday morning, occasion be ing North Texas Lcaguo' ball garao betweon Fort Worth and Corslcana. Train loaves Purccll 1.10 a. m. Ard moro at 4.05 a. m. RAto for round trip only $1.35. INSULATION. accounts and conduct a CwR. Jones, Wholesale and Rttaii -. Furniture. 8aioNoble, Wholesale Hardware. J..BI PwHwivramv " ..iva.w.i, -u,wai RW Rahdol-, Merchant, m GT VE EARTHOUAK TWO THOUSAND PEOPLE RE PORTED TO HAVE PERISHED, Four Hundred Houses Collapse Dy the Earth's Vibrations In Asia, Turkey Entlro Garrison of 'Soldier Engulfed. Constantinople May 2. Advices from Asiatic Turkoy show that a tor rlble onrthqtiako occurrod April 29nt Molar.ghord In Vllaya of Van eighty miles southeast ot Erxoroom, on Eu phrates. Tho town was totally do Btroycd with Its entlro population, numbering 2,000, Including 700 Ar menians ns woll ns tho troops form Ing tho garrison ot Mnlnzgherd. In addition over 400 houses In tho neigh borhood villages collapsed. A somo what sovero carthquako shock was felt horo this morning but no dnm ngo was dono. London, Mny 28. Foreign ofllco ro eelved somo details regarding tho recent earthquake at Mclazghord. Tho latter town wns destroyed and much havoc wrought In surrounding vil lages. Colonel Kahkallh Uoy, commanding tho garrison ot Molazghord with his wholo family, thrco other oincors and eighty soldiers perished In tho ruins. Lieut. Col. Tnylb Boy, whoso family perished, becamo lnsano. Tho tele graph operator who Bent tho nows ot tho catastropho Bald ho himself was badly Injured and that his wlfo and sister had been killed. Tho foreign ofllco has appealed for subscriptions. for relict of destitute. FOR TERRITORY PRISONERS. 8oclety for the Friendless Opens De t partment at Outhrle. Guthrlo, O. T., Mny 28. Headquar tors for tho Socloty of tho Friendless, a national organization having for Its purposo tho Improvement of nrls- ons of tho United States and for tuo caro of convicts ns soon ns thoy are given tholr llborty, havo boen opon cd hero. Tho work of the socloty for Oklahoma and Indian Territories will bo superintended by Rov. John M. Jackson, who camo hero from Kan sas nnd bogan his work this week. For a tow dayb ho Is being assisted by Rov. E. A. Frcdcnhagon, general superintendent of tho soclotlos. Tho society will bo brought in touch with about 300 convicts from tho two territories serving penalties in Kan sns prisons. For theso tho work will ho principally looking after tholr In terests until they Bccuro tholr froc dom. Superintendent Jackson, how ovor, will spend most of his tlmo tray ollng ovor tho territories endeavoring to Improvo tho conditions' of tho coun ty Jails. Whatever legislation may bo ennctod relating to tho Bontencos of Oklahoma and Indian Territory pris oners aggregate about 2,000 jears, and it is calculated their economic value computing tho worth ol tholr labor and tho cost of trying thorn amounts to nearly $1,500,000. Tho do partmont horo will bo directly under tho supervision or tho Kansas branch of tho socloty. J. A. DIVENS, President. DON LACY, Vlce-Preeldent A. H. PALMER, Cashier. W. A. WOLVERTON, AsL CashUf. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK Capital aad Surplus $100,000,00. Account ot ormi and individuals Accorded $iMr 4 - it Tou want tne ir if tit . . Tho Flour that was Riven the Gold Medal oyer all the world's competitors at Paris call for ALBATROSS. You can't j?et better flour, ,h.ut you can pay more. . You Grocer will supply you. ' " . ft WH ITEM AN, BROS.,,; He Distributor.. f A RDMORE.Unb. WBoUMle Distributor. TROOPS IN CHARGE Military Law Absolute In Kentucky Town. Jackson, Ky., May 28. Tho special grand Jury this afternoon began' Its investigation ot tho assassination ot City Matshal James Cockrlll hero last July. As la tho Marcum caso, the-' as sassin was stationed In tho court house, shooting Cockrlll with a Win chester rlflo from tho court rodra .win dow ns Cockrlll stood In tho strooL It wns immediately after this"" that mon In sympathy with tho Cockrlll brothors had to fleo tho country for safoty. Among thorn wno Captain John Patrick, who In n lottor to Judgo Redwlno soon nftcrward said that ho and othora saw tho assassins and would como back and testify It troops woro sent to protoct them Tho knowledge Uiat ho possossod put a prlco on his life. Judgo Redwlno declined to ask for troops, and had an attachment issued for Patrick, who to oscnpo going back to what ho con sidered cortnln death ,has slnco lived In seclusion. It Is shld that ho will appear tomorrow to testify, and, with othora, will namo tho assassins. Tho assassination ot Dr. Cox, uncle ot tho Cockrlll boys, will bo taken up nexL It scorns certain now that to avoid a mlstrlnl,tho trial of Curtis Jott and Tom Whlto, accused ot tho nssassl ntlon ot J, D. Marcum, will not bo entered Into until next week, whon tho regular term begins. Tho special torm ends Saturday. . - , Soparato trials will likely bo asked for tho mon. In tho court room today when tho cases woro called and by agrcomont continued until tomorrow, Jott and Whlto woro guarded by twen ty soldiers. Tho prisoners were not Ironed. J"dgo Redwlno lssuod an or Cer or every gng wh,0 onters the court room to bo searched for weafc' ons, Ho at) gave Col. Williams au thority to make arrosts in town for disorderly conduct or any misQemean or, which makes martial law In Jack son county practically complote. Ono thousand capo jasmines for Decoration Viy at Julius Kabns. " i ivi The Best Prescription for Malaria. Chills and fovor la a bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron and quinine In a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price 25c. Old papors at this offlco 15 ccnU per hundred. Real Estate Sell, We Buy and Rent CITY PROPERTY. Collection of rents for residents and non-residents receives prompt and careful attention. The Redfleld! Agency, Real Estate, Rents, Loaas. lolloltod, Courteous treatment all alike. JLfc Best Flour on Earth. t 9 ! " JarDMORE.Unb. TW.