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'V I) volumksxu. f SIDNl.y HUOUH.l 1 Propriktob. J ARDMORE. INI). TKIt.. TIIVRKDAY M KNIXG. .1 A NT A HY w innr, THE FUGITIVE MAY BE SURRENDERED BY DIANA'S NEW GOVERNOR. diana, wiioro no 1ms since lived. Gov ernor llockhnm of Kentucky has mnda requisitions at stated poriods on the govoraor of Indiana for thu surrender of Taylor, but tlioso havo boon Ignored by Governor Durbln, though It scorns to bo the prevailing opinion that Gov Hanly will decide tho case upon it merits. ALLEGED iFROZEN GE TRUST: TO DEATH DILL FOR OSAQE TRIBE. DESPERADOES Ex-Governor Wm. Taylor Fugitive . From His State Again In the Pub llo Limelight His Case May Be Rchraraed Anew. YOUTHFUL WIFE PAYS PENALTY. MAY OPERATE IN TWO TERRITOR. TERRIBLE FATE OF OKLAHOMA Convicted for Life on Charge of Mu-' derlng Her Husband. IES THIS 8EASON. Loulsvlllo, Ky., Jan. XI. With the Inauguration of Governor Hanly of In diana .politicians of Kontucky aro speculating ns to tho probnblo effoct tho chango of administration A Rumor Is Afloat to the Effect r n Capitalized Company of Two Million Dollaro Are Viewing i Conditions In Oklahoma. Lincoln, Nob., Jan. 11. Mrs. Lena M IJlllo of David City, tho youthful and highly educate! wife, convicted ot tho murder of her husband to necuro Ills life Insurance it was charged. was brought to Lincoln today to enter , ' on u llfo term at Uio penitentiary. may Tin. i mi.. c.-.ii.. ... . : ..... . . . . . . . iin.. .i, ,, , .. , "u nan unu m uiuuju.ii iuu i iines-journai or UKIulioma "J U UtU lOLU Ul t v iiiiii:ii . I II V. I a i . . ...... lor. the fugitive former M Ar . 1 mvia v ljr nml 1,10 lml Uioro was n rumor afloat yestor- j Bays this state, who !,.. i. n7 ;:7", "l . . J:,mo- consura'"S n- Y 'at Eastern company had an The Governor Durt.m f m 7 ,Z -nany sensations. iasont in tho territory working over iLuiRHlnitl.... (r T 1 no eviuonco on which sho was con- grounds with n vlow to bringing up S S LG,Ir?0r, ),Vm- K" lv,ctcd s circumstantial, her story tho Ico output of tho two territories Iat.lv havo I , wu,boInK mt ,lcr ,lUBbnBd WM not by ,, an(l Sottlhorn KanBa8 nn MH , at" , T ,. '.1, '' h0 This company is said to be capita., and givo It ovory consideration. Delegato McGuIre Asks Equal Division of Money In Land. Washington, Jan. 11. Dologiito Mc Oulro of Oklahoma Introduced a bill ' today providing Tor an equal division of tho moneys and lands in Oklahoiiu ,of the Osage tribe of Indians. Tho' , bill contains provisions for tho determ ination of momborshlp In the tribe and how tho Innds nr to he dtstrlbiit- p0UP Ar ei, na ioiiows: Each member of the tribe shall bo permitted within six months to Boltet jo homo on ICO acres, which shall bo non-taxnblo and alienable for u porlo-i 'of twonty-flvo years. "persons falling to select shall havo their nolectlon mado by tho ngont in chargo. Attor 1'mxr boyii were arrested by tho pollco iino iionieHtond selections havo all boon 1,10 1''t precinct last night on Th rbi,.,n. r..n . r 'nindo the remaining lauds or tho tribe t'hnrgaa of highway robbery. The Oklahoma DaII Tin..w Journal Iu Oklahoma aro to bo enuallv divide! Their name an, Wm. Tobln. Josoeh among tribal members on tif.fts of Cnrogn, GtHrgo Hardy and liornard elsmiiller. Notu of the nunrtettn MAN IN DELIRIUM. Left His Sick Bed, Jumped From His Window, Escaped Barerootcd Clad Only In Night Clothes and Found frozen :o Dtath. BOYS SWORN TO MURDER TAKE FEARFUL OATH. re Arrested Gang Composed of Thirty Youths .Most of Them In Their Toons Suspected of Many Holdups. A special from Washlugton aays. frost king vur, me results il oov and a raging fe-,not ,0SH thim rorly acroa, ,r)lc , ' w vo-a weeks 8h.k-pro,1(U.H for toyniMtm fClu)0l r, ro over '22 years of iirp. fiuviuovu kllUll JOIIIL tJllLlIllD Oil . t- . . . ...I. i 'tl Fvorolt iiii-ioM ni i. .i "H"" w,"c" are spocincaiij- Iroitod. , eojs, u wan discovered by ' Christcon, tho five year old son or Governor Durbln and Taylor havo Mr. and Mrs. Hugh N. Smith of Wll been warm personal friends for many son died last night at 11 o'clocl:, at years, and when Taylor was indlctod tho family resldenco, or croup. Tho for murdor In connection with the romains wcro intcrrod at tho Wilson Gocbel assassination, ho wont to In- ccmotory today at 11 o'clock. t l ANUKRHON. PrcM.lenl V. U ANDRKdUN. Canhlnr II. V. I'HBNHI.KY. Vleo-lreii. C. H. M At' PIN' A't Cmhlpr FIRST NATIONAL Ardmore, Indian Territory Capital Paid In $ 60,000.00 Surplus Funds 200,000.00 Total .$260,000.00 Tbt cililont bank In IrxllKn Turrllory. Accounts uf Uruis and tnOlvliluulD 'cillclted ui'On tho moat lllicral tornm consistent with cood bankloi;. Ized at two million dollars, paid ud. and with this amount a fair-sized hole could bo put In tho output "This moans a good deal to boma Ico consumers," said a pronii uont business man today, "as It tnigli mean an Increase of hnlt to tho co'.i - sumors now." Tho public awaits with much Inter- !ng until this morning. t csi mo consummation or tiio deal, or 1 . . . ..... ai ii'afli ior luriacr aovoiopmonis. mreurouar- ,.. i, ,,,.,, . .. . , .. ,,-i.,1,i , , . ... . tfirn i,t n t.ilt.. u,,ll, ii I, ' iuiisi i itnuji; mail nmih, imjhiiu logeiuor oy neu to dei S ,lf",on 'wrs" ,l" oll" "'" "- "Ith it a pen 1 utl- Tli I. Ill 1. 1 . ..It.. .. I.. I il ... . . Tho vnumr n,u, 1,,.. i...., ...,f., . " '"",,uv" uml ul" ,nml or, ..orr...1H i,.rn. m any BiiuonnK ,i... in.n 1 from pneumonia, and at 1 o'clock this ' Tl morning, while delirious, ho oponort " his window and escaped, barefooted. clad In nothing but his night clothes. ' TOO MUCH . MARRIED. SNOW STORMS. Seem to Be General In Northern Sec . 1 n .. r r . 1 Sallna, Kan., Jan. 11. Suow Is 7 Inches deep, the heaviest for years. . It Is still snowing. trnlior of tho cause, Thu complaint which !e;-ulted iu the downfall of tho baud wug made by William Kveretl of No I'tiC G utroot, V XV .. .1-1....- ..r . , .. .. . Search wan at onco In.tuted. hut Was syvla R.d.ey ,the .nd.an Woman who w '. ZTI Who Went Insane. the Mall on tho night or Oooombor 23, Tho Sulphur l'ost aavn: .. ..-,. ,.1. ,T.i ...... ... posso found tho body as mentions, 8,u,a Kld.ey. an IndhH, woman or from him. ,0,r" above Tho remains have been tak-, about 36 y.rs. of age, bocamo vlo- A eopy of tho oulh written In , en to T. S. Robin-. m,.rpue. where 'lentlv luan.. Tnomlv r i, mnnu , !. . ' '." ... . 1 .iiuiin.-u iiuim in reu script, which is all efforts to locato him were unavn'.l when tho l u I,'"' , ,0 bra Who,,tlk Ardinoro under TtrresL She' of tho prisoners. Tho oath p.g" frm n'rn " r V TZ VT 0BU Wa" ,rk'" Mo,""ly' ;,,"U!ir' nt MU-..VOP,. subscriber U.ereto to Z II. B .Duckies wbb a single man, Norfolk. Neb.. Jan. r.. 1 tj snow fell during still snowing It and South Dakota , la moderate. 1., Jan. 11. Four ncr.es Tona ninza. Ho roonn.il ni r.-n 1?... 1 1 , . 1 . . " J "s end .ring the night and it Is u,o h,o 0f 1 hr s 11 ., u F " Tn ,Uml ranrrlCd '"" moD,bcrB I,1,Mlfi0 U,0,r ',,""b ' n Northern Nebraska Su ",D1 f Uim. .uppoRcd that worry over tals and souls." kota today. Tho wind j l a ping out of the window he sus 7, , ', "T T" ,,n'"Uy atta 10 vlol!l ' (n . ...... . ,0.' U.UHU8 1111,1 b0,,n ubout S,,1""ur ror Ult t folomn ol.ll8al.on Ir. that m. times; her first Iwi lnirlmniln. In. fi.i,. .. ... .... ' . years of ago, and was a bartender tor ., linns, died. ,i It ..... uu'," Z.' " ""cun cn' "- 1 ' - - "iviinn nun iiiu-ii- 1 iii 10 nils end J. A. BIVENS, President PON LACY, Vice-President- , Kansas City, Jan. 11. A Bovero snow raged In Western Missouri today THE CITY NATIONAL BANK tatnea few slight cuts on hls hands r0r or flvu moMlhi Mk nt 0I)l! of.-.ler "shall haV. l"' "k. 11 m T. t . . , 1Iaco nn'1 unothor. hut nover staylna hl brains extracted and fed to carron Mr. Duckies has a host ot friends , long In a place. sho ,,,, ,, !lt . ,,.,, 10,1 . 10 cfrrou A. H. PALMER. Cashier. . - V, . t . , , r y v , rlppou rrncn r rinn a. r,.m. loun- "irniug to sleoL Thero Is zero . , . .. 7 , """'u ""ul"- " umoni uo- open and his vltnls torn Q ' ?"hl8'- Itomperaturo at 60mo polW ' hlh 1,0 Ca"'U ,0 h'" llUllU10l)' CCn,18 ""controllable. ,irown ,nto tho mM . i ,wo ,uuo cniiuron, ngod four nml out and Topeka, Kan., JH". 11. Snow hag '"v - boon falling over Kansas tho last 24 KIOWA. AKOnOHI:, INI) TUK. CftPilal $100,000.00 aurpius f unas 30.000.00 hours. Tho ground is covered 6 mchcB 1 Special Correspondence, deep. Thoro Is vory littlo wind. Tho ' Kiowa, I. T Jan. 10 Wo hail a good fnmnnrn lurn (a nhAii inn Anr- en In o. ..ln.. 1 ' 1 uuovu zuro. From thu four mombors Of til it i'nni six years, aro still here, ponding no Ml was learne.l that a regular lnftia Um by their guardian. Joe Itoblson . Hon Is required of all recruits, who aro of Ardmnnv r . . lorcou 10 suuscriued to Uio "oath" In I Account of Arms tut imHviiluuls solicited Courteo'is treattnunt accjrdod to till allien W. S. VOLVERTON a SON Insurance, Bonds, Real Estate, Abstracts Tho larceat ar.il atroacHt nu-enor la the two turrltorlnx, Managers of Ardmore Abstract Co. Mennra! AKfnti Il,lnnl LUo Innurancft Co. nml Unltml VUlnt Plilellt) nml (lnarantj CumiiMijr R. A. JONES FURNITU CARPETS RE m subscribed to Uio "oath tho presence of nil other members. Katy Mny Buy Land. Krom statements mndo by tho prls ! needed, as water had become an ob ' l"'",K0"i l" '"" 11. The .Mis- oners, tho pollco aro awnro that thoro !j,y;t. u coutlnues to rain twlay and BO"r1, KaUBUB nnd Texas ollU-inla nro.nro numerous othor mombors of this Tho Morey Stock Company: la very cold. HUI" ,uvo "nder serious consldcrn- organized band, nnd they have hopes ! Tho Jloroy Stock company who gave i Our school is progressing nicely tin- ,,tl0" a ficl,,-,1u purchase 200 loot ad- that other arrests will follow. I cornploto productions at popular prices dor Prof. Morris and bldH fair to be ',,l,lonal '"' "" each side of tho right- In their confession last night, the will open a week's engagement at the second to none in tho territory. iof-wuy through Texas In order to do hoys said that they had thrown tho 1 ! opera house on Mouday, Janunry 15, Judge Vernon's Inrgo stono building lawa' w,tl1 tho trouble which tho state watch and rilled pockets Into tho sow presenting tho grent comedy drama, will soon be ready for occupancy. It . mw 111 regard to liro guards gives or and tho chain In n trap at Sixth "In Dlxlo Land. Tho Moroy Stock Is a crodlt to Uio town.. thum- nml v streets. Tho boys aro hold company produces no nkl and worn Mr. Bowlo from near 'MadlU has ' Tho law requires that at 11 distance without ball and will havo a hearing out plays under now titles, but pre- j movod to Kiowa, also Chas I.ynn rrom of -00 fcot from uo right-of-way a tiro tomorrow. 'scnts a varied n.io o( productions nov- Oakland. ;guard shall ho constructed by digging Kneed with tho evidence at baud, or boforo seen at popular prices. Tho ' Uov. A. 11. Hunkaplllnr of Atoka or P'owlng a ditch sovcral foot wide, confession was obtained to tho effect press nnd public aro loud in their proached horo Saturday and Sunday 1,1 or,Ior 10 Ket permslslon from tho that tho complete ganag comprises piaises of this company, and It ts Hr held quarterly, conference at 1 Property owners to do this, tho roads thirty boys, most of whom nro still In said that tho show Is oven stronger Methodist church.' usually pay a rental of from ?1 to t:t tholr teens. Tho pollco think thoy tlinn last soason. Tho Moroy Stock j Uov. D. P.. .McDanlel has moved to an ncro malting heavy drain on the havo sufficient clows to round up most company makos no promises but what , Kiowa from Custer City, Texas. treasury. of tho crowd. it keeps, guarantees each and ovory f Mr. Fnrrls rrom this placo has mov- Bo muc'1 trouble has been encoun- Tho ganag was only recently organ performance, and promises oujoymont od to Hailoyvlllo. j lor"l hy tho Katy ovor Uio flro guards, fzod nnd in drawing up their oath the to ltn patrons. Miss Luolla Morey, Drs. Roborta and Dol'ool have IocjU- nni1 fio k'vy has tho oxponso grown, leaders woro undoubtedly Inlluencod heads tho organization and is support- td In our town. ,thal 't Is said Uio subordinate oUlclals by rocont testimony concerning Mor- od by a competent cast. Prlcos 25 and . liov. W. II. Colo nnd wife of Huvan- navu "Imst unltod In rocommondlng mon oaths, which has como out In 35 conts. Soason tickets 1.70. Bents nab woro horo Sunday tho gnosis ot Uial ",0 lanil h purchased outright, on sale Saturday ut Bonner's. For Mr. and Mrs.. Blnkomoro. Monday night ladles' freo seats may Jamos Collard and family left Sat- Mississippi Cotton Men. bo ro3orved beforo C p. m. urday for Georgia whoro Mr. Collard Meridian, Miss., Jan. 11. An en- - goes in search of health. ;thuslastlo mass mooting horo today, Need Mounted Mall Carriers. j jj pitzwater has bought tho old attended by mor.i Uian a thousand per- In spoaklng ot tho probability ot machinery of Pitt & Jackson und will sens. Including laeithunts, bankers Ardmoro having two mounted mall UB0 Ul0 onBno amj bollor for saw mill 1 und farmer.), t'ciHhCd the wlthor- , tho sonato hoarlngs In regard to tbo oxpulslon of Senator BmooL PAULJ VALLEY COMPRESS. 1 .. I .. ... .. r..t rt , carriuru iu iuu nvui iuiuiu, ua-i uoi- purjlOSCS. ! master Redflold ,who mado application for tho two mounted tnrrlers beforo The sovoro storm which has been ' tho oxplratlon of hU town, snld today raging north of this placo Tor tho that Ardmoro would havo to havo past two days caused one of tho Chick- spoon plan for solving Uio present cotton situation In the South, nnd the plan was ondorsed after the meeting had decided to roduco tho acroago tins year and to use loss fertilizer. Ardmore People to BuiH Compress In That Thrlvlnn City. H. il. Pennington leaves today for t Pauls Valley to reside permanently ,as munagor of the Pauli Valley Com press and Stongo comjuo Mi. Pen nlngton will havo chargo ot thu build tho two mounted curlers In a short asaw Tolophono company's tolephono whllo and that in faii thoy wcro nood- polos to break Just north ot Pnuls Val- od now. He paid that tbo pooplo who ley. A man was sent up thero last lived In tho outskirts of tho town woro night to fix It aud that lino which has as much entitled to freo mall dollvery been out of oporation for the past day stock will bo sold In this company for Tho Pauls Valloy as thoso who lived In tho ctmter of tho and a half is again all right. Hie storm jpo a share, nayablo in cotton at It) Storngo company is Tho WJthorspoon plan provides Tor ing of tho now press, work on which tho formation of nn Immonso company 1 will bogin nt once. He Informs ui to bo known as tho Southern Cotton thut he oxpects to havo tho press, cr.mpany, capitalized at $110,000,000. reudy to rniso steam hy Juno 1. Compress arid capitalized at ARDMORE NATIONAL BANK, ARDMORE, IND. TER. Capital Stock and Additional Liability. : : : : : $20n jOO.OO We Conduct a General Banking Business fr r You and , Accept Small and Large Accounts. j DIRECTORS. C. K. SMITH, President. K. A. JON12S, Furniture. C. M. CAfllMJELL, Vice PresJ SAM NOULR, Hardware Merchant. LEIi CRUCG, Cashier. J. U. PENNINUTON, Wholesale nor- n, V. YOUNO, Parmer. chant. j. c, THOnPSON, Uiwyer. R. VV. RANUUL, nerchan. city and Uiat ho tnought that when the up nround Pauls Valley aud north ot cents a pound or In cash. Tho cotton ?30,000, with J20.000 paid up. All the Inspecor, who will be sent hero for tho thoro is said to havo been scvoro and hold Is nevor to bo sold for lose than i.lockholdors of tho new company are piirposo of ascertaining if tho town iv that a heavy snow fell at Pauls Valloy largo enough for mounted carriers, this morning uccorapanled by blasts sees tho condition of nfslrs that ho of sleet. Only a portion of tho snow will rccomuieni tiut tho mounted cr king's arrows hit Ardmoro. It was con rlcrs bo put on If surh Is dono it will slderably colder last night and this probably bo ubout Uio His I of March. ' morning, although tho sun shono out at Intervals during Uio day. 10 conts nor raoro than 11 conts. ' Ardmore pimple. The following oll Tho plan Is tho result of a careful .tors havo boon elected: consideration of a number, of tho load ing business men of this city. President T. A. Thurmond. Vlce-Irosldont U H. Lovo. Secretary and Treasurer J. N. IXid son. Superintendent H. II. Pennington Directors T. A. Thurmond, L. U I-ovo, J. N. Dodson nnd It. J. Wit To Become Arkansans. I.lttlu flock, Ark., Jnn. 11, Tho son-1 A Madlll Man. ' , nto today adopted a concurrent rosolu ! ' P. IL Hedrlck of Madlll, I. T., has t nd. Roo tch nogro cook at Ham tlon, offered by Sonntor II. E. McFor- j boen In tho city sovcral days. Mr. Ileo's cafo was solzod with a congest- rln, extending to tho pooplo of tho Hams. Hedrlck is to bo tho now president or lvo chill last night nbout eight o'clock Choroljoo niJ Choctaw nations In ! ' ; tho Stock Yards National Bank. Ho whllo at work nt tho cafo nnd dropped Indian Territory a cordial InvltatU n j Dr. Uichnrd LeMay has nccaptod 11 is to succeed Marlon Sansom, who has to the lloor. Medical aid was summon- 't-, take such action as shall onablo position with tho Christian Advocate been prcsidont of this bank slnco It or1 anl Ren was ta' r n to hh lnnie. he that portion of Indian Territory which ri traveling representative and wl'i nun urKunizuu ieram. -Fort Worth loio- is better tn-i morning, it was tnoujm thty occupy to bocomo a part of tho leavo In n fow days as roprcsontutiv ' last night that ho would not rocover stato of Arkansas. for that paper.