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Ardmfire, Friday, September 1, 19C5.
rut. OAILV ATTUMURtml FlVh DANIELS HELD. A Truculent Indian. Dcnuti Marshal Havens was hur- DC DCnXI A T commissioner nui.iicu nci k.iu.hww ncuij huuiuiuuvu iu jvo.v.-i In Recent Killing of Luster. day to tako charge o n truculent In- V mumm m In tho United Status commissioner , " ,7Ck Pi,l?l and f'am iV alXo' 1 C' Dlnca ha3 turned from Pur court yesterday tho examining trial of, Sat coIL Kd Daniels, chared with the killing Mississippi Chocta ,8. combat u T w j f AbUctl0 wtu a of Joe Luster, v us concluded. After, V"?n wa Jenkln3 cr and ,Lc.rL recent visitor hero. .." '..i.i 1.1. r. urinKing some nrewiuer iiecumu uuiiii-,- r ... 1i.n,i11.L i, i.i, . ,,i I NO T73. I 1 Report of the Condition of the City National Bank, AT AllDMOKK. IND. TKR..AT THKCLUHK OK llL'BINKSH.AUO. M, IWft. mandod Dan els to Ja w thout hail to, '"- :;' ' " , 10 Oklahoma City, await tho action of tho grand Jury. " l",Ci formcJ' ,)on Ijlcy hns KOno t0 Oscle Laccy. the woman, who was Ins to the "te'X'l to spend a few days. or aiding Daniels "' " ..i now. j. TompKin, a w ii : ne men uroisu mi mi me mnmum held on a charge to U.CBPO was - - v aroiised Uo ontro ncRh, ?r . nf ; . pedant borhood with his antic. Phillips was tho escape of the defendant unftb)e (q lcfn1 hm4eIfi Many witnesses were examined and Rvens reache(1 tUe KCOtle 0f the testimony was Ronu:iiHt coiiu.i-f ,h disturbance Porter was not in ini t.Aul ltlcelubottom. who was Bum moned by the government, testified that Luster mado an attempt to shoot Daniels. Witness stated that ..c sought to Interfere, and stop trouble i v.-.i o....t. n.nlnlo In' tho nrm. II 1 1 II lluu vuiifeiii. ....... . 1 ! hut when he saw Luster draw a gun ed Hljrglnbottom. One swore that Lua menccd. Other witnesses contradict-, ed IHgglnhottom. One swore that Lus ter was in a chair dozing and about i tho time Daniels saw him, ho pulled i his weapon and fired upon Luster. Tho witnesses In the case wore cnl ored and the rourt room was black with Interested colored folks. Ilrown and Turner repfoentod the defendant. sight. Tho deputy ran across him up tho road lying on the ground In tho grasp of Morpheus. Porter was brought here and lodg ed Jail. Hear tho band concert Thursday vvenlng. August 31 nt Mr. and Mrs. Retinoid's. 2EU To Parents In Ardmore. Dear Krlemls: As you nil possibly know, Hargrove College open Sopt. 7th. Many Improvements havo been made on the college premises, gen erally. My tlmo hut. been so thoroughly taken up looking after those Improve ment, I have not canvassed the city for pupils. 1 shall he very much pleas ed to have a good patronage from Aril- more, our homo town. We have a fine faculty, and expect to do first-class work, and very much desire a good attendance of our home boys nnd girls. Very kindly, J. M. GROSS. Mlueral WolU ell known cit izen of Klown was In the city today. Fred '.. Mills, n well known travel ing man of New York r in tho city. .Mrs. Iluulc Mclinc of Dallas Is vis iting her mother, Mrs. W.'K. Wood, j this city. I J. U. Payne of Hat Springs, Ark., Is j here visiting his son, Dr. Dudley I Payne. J. H. Dickinson was here from Davis today attending to so:uo matters be fore the land office. W. Oils Dallas left this morning for Waco, wnere he will re-enter the Tex as Christian University. Itev. J. Clarence Head has returned from a trip to Portland, Ore., nnd oth er hurthweatern points. Dr. .1. R. Woodard has returned from Palestine, Tex., where he was called on account of the sudden death of his brother. ICd T. Summers, n travollng sales man was In tho city yesterday. Mr. Rummers was recently Injured at Lind say In nn accident that laid him up for some time. Ho Is getting along nicely now. KESOUltCES. Lonnx and rilncoutitu J3J9..W 23 Overdrafts, sccurcil anil unnenurvd 21, "9 (A U. H. IlnmUtu n-curo circulation IVfioo CO llonri. securities, etc 10,1.10 03 llsnklni: liouso, turnlturo ami tlx- tures 3 ooo no Duo from National Hanks (not lie- servo AKents) 11,"6 6J Duo from stato bank nnd tmnkers 414 31 Due from approved reserve Agent n 6.1 3 Check and other rnsi Items 7.IS0 as Note of other National bank 1,000 00 Fractional inner currency, nickels nnd cent K 00 LAWFUL MOKKY HKSKRVU In HANK, vlxt Bpeclo 110.000 00 Legal tender notes fl,M0 00 in,.VO 00 iienemption lunu huh r. Treas urer tn per cent ot circulation) l.IM 00 Total tlOA'il CC O. o. CArtTlit HAL CAHHOH CARTER & CANNON, agents fKrnmsENTiNO the rOLLawiNO KtLnoum coMrili Commercial Union Assurance Company of London, Kr.L-li.nl I'hiatlne Insurance Company o( Iondon, Knuland Oueen Insurance Company of New Yorli Nlasra Fire of New York I'hoenlx Insurance Company of Hartford. Conn. Orient IiiMUranre'CoininnY, of Ilnrtlord, Conn Fireman's Fund of Han Francisco Norwich Union Insurance Society o Norwich, England Herman AJIIimcu lusurauco Company ol Ne York - Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corixjratlon Prudential Life Insurance Compahv New Jersey IMate niass Com tin nv Phenlx of llrtxjklyn, Pbliadelphla Underwrltert ot Philadelphia, HlirttiKtlelil of Mnssachutetts, Liverpool, "London tt Olobe of Llterr-oot office in crr-BOotir bloo. ovetr f. o. PHONe HARGROVE COLLEGE OPENS SEPT. 7 The eloventh sessl jnof llarcrova Colleco will open September 7, W0S. A co.educa tlonal Institution locatcj at Ardtnore, I ml. Ter., uudtr the control of thn Icdlan Mission Annual Conference, M. K. Chnrch, South. Studentx nay enter any tlmo. Prfmrry. academ ic and collegiate departments, musl nnd elocution. A complete fnculty f experienced tonrher-i In ovory derartinent. Web lnornl tone, kind but linn discipline Much seeded lupro7finent ore bclnt; made on tbe boy' dormitory and college building. For further particulars addresH. Hcv. .1 M. Oross, President 0 ttr I Tfie World's 1 Record m i LfeBO tliED tt yenr old, the Southwest Llcilted hos become tho Dreferrod trnln for ttrat-claea truvelors be tween Kedbb Oity end Chicago. Every ct on this train le owned nnd operated by tho Cfiiease, Milwaukee & $t Paul Iy. CampartrneDt-dbuervatlon sleepers, ot&oddrd ileep ers, dinlup cars, cfau.tr cars nnd coacbod were all bnllt exprescly for The SonthweHt Limited, und re without wjnal o benuty cud comfort LeHve Kansas Olty, Union Station, 6:60 ip. m.j Grand A ven-ao, fi:07 p. in. Arrive Chicago. Union titatlon, h:m a. m., to tlmo fcr -JDolnH to the nortu ecd the eaBt, or for thn day's tiuslnefn. 0 UAUU.ITlES. Cut in Two ! Wo offer at uno -half pi ice nil brands of shoos in the house where the s.ioek lias ben broken itnd.n discount, is offered on every pair of the latet style shoes. This BIG CLEAN UP SALE is given for tho purpose of defin ing our shelves for our big stock of Fall Footwear. Buy now and save half your shoo bill. L Y N N The Shoe Mara Spot Cash Repairing a Specialty Capital stock paid In . . Jloo.OoO oo Surplus fund an.ooo do Undivided profits, less expense and taxes paid National Hank notes outstanding Duo to other National Hanks .... Due to approved rnwon o niH'nt" Individual deposits, subleot to check JIH.1A7 08 Demand certlllcales of deposits ... 1, loo 00 Cashier's check iintstnndlntr 1.000 00 Illlls payable, including eertllleates of deposit for money borrowed 10,000 00 19,121 XV Jrt.UOO (10 0,11X5 VI Ask lo see fho Meadow Green, the smart novelty clotlioH for fall and winter, on dlHplny at Farthing Hro. 1-3 KverythlnR Ih In perfect readiness for tho Labor Day races at the Pari; and Indications nro that an Immense crowd will witness the events. A pod (icai oi interest is ucini; inanuesten anion,- horse owners as fo the out come of certain races. The fUr BTountls nre In excellent condition. Tho day will he I observed hy many merchants ns n holiday nnd no doubt overyono v111 have a good tlme. f IM.Ml Cfi Indian Territory. County Total Southern District of Pickens, ski 1, A. II. Palmer, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly suenr that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowl edge nnd belief. A. II. I'AIMKn, Oushler Subscribed nnd sworn to before me, this 30th day of Am... IIki'i. IsKAl.l O. II. Wolvkmov, Notnry l'ubllc. Correct- Attest: C. D. Cartkr .1. A. IIivcns, D. I.ACV Dlreclors, nUCAIMTUIiVI-ION. nnsouiicKS. Loans and discounts ):i3'.),r27 'ii U. S. Hoiitls 2C.II0O 00 llonds, Securities, otc 10,430 Of. Furniture and Fixtures.... 3,000 00 Overdrafts 124,779 Cash Gfi.yU 72 !I0,C!)4 3S Come and "hear" (he ponies tub At the Turf Exchange In the Whittlnfjton Hatci Bnildin Racing Results Received Daily by Special Wire, Commissi-ns Placed BOURGEOIS BROS. A, Bourgeoli F. BoortJfolt Mr. Emanuel Lowenstein Will return from lloston, Mass., Sept. 4th to resume his leaching for 190.V0G. 27-St Teddy Will be Tbre. Oyslfr Hay, Sept. 1. lTeslilent Uoiwcvelt was today Invei to attorn! a banquet soon to bo given by the siiH of New llatiinh!:; to the litis. slTi and .Iapane.e juvice envoys. Total $it;s,or.i r.c i.iAUii.rrncs. Capital $100,000 00 Surplus nnd prollt 4'J,I21 30 Circulation 26,000 00 Deposit 2S4.227 27' Hills payable 10,000 00 ( Total $4CS,orii no II. F. Mills, th? oldest dyor auvi cleaner In the city. Is still ut his t)tl Ktnnd, r.OU West Main street, and will call for und dellvnr your goods freo of churse. Phone No. 170. I5J-C One Hundred (Children Wantrtt. Wo want every member of this U T. 1... und as inau'Othcr children ih will, mei.'t at the Vimt I'resbyterlaa church Sunday Hftemoon at 4 o'clock to prac tico Bongs Ue :he U T. U, mlly, dur ing tho W. C. T. V., convection. .lames T. Riurns has returned from a trip ui Ifihlladelphla, viiere ho at lend'd a meeting of liijiiirance agents. JL L 0088, M. F. SMITH. Southwestern Passenger ARtnt, Coenmerclal Autnt, 907 Hafn St., Kansu City, Mo. aoi-joa Sluughter Uldg, Ualla 0 Crown Bottling & Mi. Co, Seath Waitisfiton Strt-et Acdmore, ini. Ter. aOTTi-ERS op ruHe carbohateo orinks Sole agents for bottled Coca Cola and Peach Mellow We also rnausfacture a f uli liiae of CaadieE, Extracts, etc. PHONE 223 15 f A Woman's Friend f THE LUSTERFNE METAL POLISH 2 j For cleaning and polishing Brass, Copper, jgj HicHel, Tin, Silver and Gold; brass beds and $ $ all household articles. Call and see what a $j jjjl fine Metal Polish I have for sale. 8 I. N. COLEMAN g 5 The Leading' Druggist The HHilal at Mrs. Orln Uedflelil's ' sldenco last evening was a very pl'.;si7ii xweiit and vn well attenihHl, full atooitiut will upiM'tir In Sunday's Issue. ToiiMirrow night Is t'ue regular tnoo Ins Ti'lg'bt of the Ardmore Commercial clnb anil President lA'e Cruce Is x nvtfil to rettirn awl ho present frr tho TiieOtlng. There nro several mtit tTfi nitlt will come tip for discussion. Tlie Ardmore Steam Laundry has. !giifd the agrevment to close Sept. ' it noon In honor of National LaVior AKistutlt l)iBtiilt Attorney J. IS. ilumphrey Is very busy aranglng the nsliomlngo doeliet which Is one olihe heaviest In the dlutrlct. It wns stated this morning that there were twelve munler cases to be tried next month. Tin-he killings occurred In the Tlsho- mltrgo section. 'There aro 239 cases on the docket, many of them being Tor violation of tho liquor law. "Negro Lynched In Mlsv ippl. Kosetta, .Miss.. Sept. 1. A negro named Ileea, charged -with attemTtetl assault upon a wlilte woman has been lynched near fhe Leake plantation. Dr. J. B. Wooilard has returned from Tomis nnd Drs. Fann & Woodard's dental ofllces are ojien for the treat ment of patients. ld.lwl The weather bureau Oredlcts interne lint weather for the first seven days of Sept. Hoot, mrm, Just received our fall and winter woolens, Including all tho late no vol ties of tho season. Now on dlsplav m TWItTHTNG HHOS. Tor louK term loans ou tUo surplus Allotments of luter-marrled citizens, write the American Investment Co., Atoka, 1. T. Hilly Kersands' Famous Mlnslivrs, beaded by tho only and original lltll Kersauds, will e at the Open House Septeuilvr 2, 31-2 Letters from all ovnr tho Territory and Texas indicate that the Fall Op n lug of Selvldge Utishless Collego, Mon day. Se.pt. 4. will ellipse anything in the lilstoiy of the school. 27 S A uiesage from the chief of police ait Siuh AlcAlester to Chief Garret I here staJea that Phil Itarrett Is In n oil Ileal condition at that place, ftj yeenis .Uiut llurrett Is in need of in.d lca.1 utV'titloti. Iuipilry wus made con eernluir hlni. Harrett has a faiull i hereouid is well known about town New winter goods ready Tor your se lection at Stolfa. tho tailor's. 30-lni Will Wyont returned to Ardmore 3'fiXMrUay. He was badly hnilsed at Oklahoma City in an accident while In tin; employ of tho Wells Fargo com pany. It wits reported on the strata that Wyotit had been killed, but Hie roiort was untrue. 'Tho new Selvldce 15uslnes ColK'go .lutiriitil is ready for distribution. In 1u;"t TiOUO of them havo nlready found their way to various jiarts of the conntry, and flOOO more will soon bo sent forth to tell tho merits of tills grout school. Kvery graduate of both fhe'busluetis and the shorthand depart ment Is now holding a position, and positions have already been secured for several who will graduate within the -next two weeks. If yon havo not received a Journal, write or call for one. 27- I COMING jl I The "Butterfly Sliirt" I Tra lu 11 I Watch the "Butte V II WARNING ORDER. In tho United States District court lu tL 'Indian Territory, southern dis trict; vs. Wesley We imvt! it com pinto line of UiAlln.n '1m Mi.... Vy t . ,, The Jolllost, funniest and most laugh- j V. anie or all comedies, "Hooligan In New York," will bo the attraction at the opera houso, Mon. Sept. 4th. It's fun I.tiia Gates, plaintiff Gates, .defendant. The defendant Wesley Gates, .ls warned appear In this court In thlr-l ty da and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Lula Gates. Witness tho Hon. Hosca TnwnBcml, ! Judgo of said Court, and tho senl 1 thereof, tills 12th day of August, 1905. (Real) C. M. CAMPHKLL, Clerk. O. A. WKLLS, Deputy Qlerk. Ilrown & Turner, Attorneys. rUtomey lor non-resident, S, H. Hut- First published, Aug. 13, 1905. The i hnrltabl." man Is kind to the nler than a circus. That's what people weak, and the wise man is courteous say becanac there Is something dolnc nil Mm limn of tho ciirtnln. A big street parade Will ll. f.t,...t, ft. ...t.t..t. nil .. ' ., .,, ..v. t,...!,, ,,, nun n ,,,, im- i.iMIIIUn newspaper vartoon .characters will be represented. troug. Carpenter Work Done. On short police. Cnil nitend to your won; at once, piinno 170. AV. Al TAOKKTT. 29tf Contractor and Builder. Fort Plbion Has Aspirations. A rneolnl drdeKallnn of citizens from Fnrf Glbroii Jinve-pre-wuted n formal r wiQfl to tho potmtltutfonal tinnven "oti to incite the itnte eaplisl nt that idsre I'ort r,Mnn In mi, old vnvern -!.' not. one of thn finest ov.-nslf s 'i tl,. T,-i-lto v It U "i-lir ml'.., friim 1' I,., m!, f,-,,. W .,,, r : '.:: mil.-s fn.t.j TAh'- (ji ..' HOM t Fresh and Cured Heats PorK sausage Boiled ham Kansas City Meats Every Order Delivered Promptly Phone 91. i i f f f f f f Telephone 79 Standard Enamel Ware Tlie best iniitk', including 5, 5 1-2 and 0 foot bath tubs, one-pieco wusli stunds of different patterns aud prices, and one and two-piece kitchen sinhs, from $4 to.'$J!5. A complete lino of bath room nickel plated furnishings, such as tumbler, and brush holders, bath seats, towel rods .soap and sponge holders tir g showers, etc. Try our Monarch Massage Bath Spray. In fact wo can supply your wants in anything in plumb ing niiitf rial or fixtures. Our past work stands as living testimony to the high class plumbing work wo do. "Wo are convinced i lint we can and will inako it to your in terest lo figure with us When in the market for anything in the plumbing line. Try us and judge for yourself. WEEKS BROS, Practical Tinners and Plumbers 209 West Main Street General Teamsters' Union, No. 583. J n Ix-AUMOND, Prrs n W. YOf'NG, Sf EXPLAINING THU VALUfi of the proteotlon afforded by tire In. surnncq should not ho necessary, Kvorybody knowH of instances wbtre (he luck of It 1ms ii-iultud in rain. So wo won't wnste time In arguing. Wo simply urKuj'Oii to havo lis Al A K II VOl' A POLICY nt once. It will be In que of tho best t-cmpunlts nnd ttm intes will bit moderate. A stitch In time i-mvir nine WALC0TT a MULKEY i 1 1 i i Nt i