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WANTKr Kaaitly wash Ins Or pcr pound, Nat work Included. Ardinore Slenm Laundry ikutiiom: m. io Cronm linkery Bruad Try tne Now Prt'iess ( VeaiTi Loaf JOHN IN. IMRIE Phone 25H VOLUMISXV A RDM ORE, OKLAHOMA SIWDAY .MOUNIMi U (.fsT 1(5 IHOS NUMBER (5.S wmm mm RACE WAR IN ILLINOIS CLASH OVER MANY KILLED AND INJURED INDIAN LANDS - I ix lii'i'ii lot uml In tin' S mm . i. .in., i ith I f.nliiimriiT in Wi'Hi.ki mil tlei "Ill ,ni their lnie.i- ami tmlit 1,1 ihe Itnwriimetil Mlits Imniiilit i: i n -i their lilllitn. EAGLES TO OMAHA, Will Melt Next Year in NfbratkA Assault on a lute Woman Arouses C iti.etis ot .Spn.t.eld ! STTE rounTS AND 'ntekior city-onncr. eieet.d. ' ! DtPAHTWENT iN MIX OP atth h . All. 1 1 In- .ill ami Torch Is Applied In Negro Portion ot Cit , nuai meetm or ihonmi, iii. rm Negroes K'etaliate By Attacking Whites Troops Now In Control. fllulimfMil. Din., ,iir. la. Two 1 1 mile cm, while a number It-It while men, were kllleil. s thlul fatally uliot, a negro lynched ami morn than iteventy itrm)tis Injured, betililiit two core of houKi'M burned, nioKtly oi iitii'fil b nogroe hint night ns 11 result of m ultfintit liy it mob to lynch n negro who yeitterilny uiuumlt i'il 41 white woman Mm. Karl lliilln.ni, wife of a tr'tt car eoiHliietor. After a night of riot. aiKon ami slaughter many whiten are mlnnlng. iiikI it In known thai acoieit. of in groeit nave been drmufeil away to imfe t) In a woiiinleil ami ilylng (iinilltliili. The Htnte troop ordered out by fiovei'iior Deneen Uml night, miueeed il Hi In morning in restoring a neite bianco of order. The affairs during the forenoon, however, nun In, niwum hi I alarming conditions. Tho noftroes swarmed back Into thu cast-end loilay luiivlly armed ami a worse reign of terror In pre dicted for tonight. A newspaper man was caught today going up an alley and was ilrlvi'ii buck to hi olllce liy itogrotw. who In turn wore driven away by a large crowd of wlille people. OHIoet and the tnllitlu, mv here, are Miuerli'HK. The MoldhuV arum liave ben taken and upproprtatod to the use of tin- mob of white. White men :ire also coiulut; Into .Spring' I lie I'll) (Hi foot. Th I h evening the governor and mil luu iiitthnrUlcg are hopeful unit M xert that they have the sltiiatlou well in hand. The pity l now compara tively iptlet, but the atmosphere In tense with suppressed excitement. The burned district wu the mecpa today for Might seer by tlie hundreds. Sentries, who were posted thick aloul thee place, however, kept the crowd buck. Scores of poor families lout their .ill lu the ftrcH and the condition In such that the stale -will b t'oniH'lleJ to come to their relief. lm Deiieen today lmel orders thai all vvliu desired assistance or pioU'ctlou against a iMissiblc renewal of the riots would lie iiuarterd at Camp Lincoln. The liicomltii; triHim will uIhi be Mni l here and oilier lneaxiirfh taken to wipe out the evi dence of the ilou ait ipilckly u poMxi ble. .Such, t least, lit the auuiiuuctiil plan rf tlie governor, who wild, "We mean to give full protection to the righl of every cltUeu, No method, by which till can be accomplished, ill be overlooked." .Iiitii what niiNiMin-H will ho adopt ed by the authorltleB toti4ghl liave iiol been announced, but It U iirob nble tliv liajii' . iiections will be pa I nil toil by toltlicr. City oIIIcI.iIh field from nearbv towns to help I.ihav- l""'idlng cltl.ens to the race war and tliouwutiU of fren-!u, "lT ,,I,J ,B 1,ri,'r " tw tit Cu li as men swarm the trcet ! slltrlff Wwier. however. 1 lu re- The wliole busiueH nectlon, oi the "r luformittlon that the riot era city toilay la as demornllxed as thero lr'lrlng for a freah attack on east end. .Many ot the larger atoresl"1 tiegrmw of the cit. It was thia have leinalneil cloicl to avoid troit-1 oiiciin.siat.oe that led him to ask bio and Ions bv fire, mid and rob-1 'Jovernor Oonoeu for cMra troops. lm.y Ullgene W. Challlli, the piohlbltloii CltlzeiiH are leiivingand wonun aiidll"",1",,' f"'' l'r,,,l'Ient of the rnitod ehimreii Ur .i.tiwiriinir nn ov..n in. . States, who was truck lii tin. head termil tinier of Eagtes. ! i-. adlounu .inn ii.,,r- i" ii i next yeor iii oai.ilui. . LANDS HAVE BEtN SOLD i Olllcers were elected as lolluwn Nearly all of the 2700 Citlstn ot the nf Their PpopertyPrwteet lve AssOl.itlon Formecl. terurbau car uml train to places of wifely. The blacks are apparently Just as ib'terinlit'il as the whltea nil there promlKes to be an awful night uulcas tho troops show more power ami ie store order. The dead are. CHAUUCS IllWTKK (cololiHt). I.KWIS .IOIINSTON (white), ab'ed 17 yonm. .IA.MK.S SCOTT (whitoi, aged 70 yeniti. Is bolleveil to be fatally W0l""lf',1 I I WILL sell to the highest bidder Others m-loiMlr wounded, vsho may j (op spol M$h the stock of groceries, ,l10' nn: fixtures and accounts of the firm of JOHN C A l.mVHLLt white), shot In chaneell0P Oros. Co., ,oeatcd , tne simnach by inllltla, last night with a hr!ck tut. while trying to stsind off the mob that Wits attacking a ncro. was not se riously hurt, ami his condition todav la reported ns favorable. Charles Humor, the only negro kill' ed. wan hanged at S o'clock tills morning lu the public square and hla body thou riddled with bullet. Hunt er Is siippoied to luive shot Into . the mob and wounded two white men. NOTICE. Miiakog e. Oklo.. Aug. 1-1 -Tin state coitris of Oklahoma and the do imrtment of the Interior have clashed I tner the rlfght of tlv freedmwi In the I Stmltiob nut ion to sell their lamls. Commlaalotier to the five civlllxetl I tribes .1. (ieorge Wright In a letter to j llliss I. 1'ratt of U'ewoka aay:'Voii are atlvlsed tnat the d. partnient of interior 1 as held that no sab of hh' j lands a llotei I to nn uiemler of tin ' Seminole tribe of Indians Is valid until after the recording and delivery or i pnt-iit. The patent of iillotmerHs le:ir three dates, the date tit' execution, thai i of approval by the il)i.irtmeut. aim ' that of tecord. I am unable to ailvlic j you as to any of the', dates. All pat ents which have heretofore been exe-1 eut d. nr,. now In W'aHfhlngton and ' none have lieeu recorded and I atu ! tinalib' to slate wi i such pntcn-( will be recordeil and delivered " This is In direct conflict with 'In decision of tile supreme court of the ' state which held that tlie freedtin n ot ; the Sviulixile nation had their restiic lions removed at the sauio time all Otlnr frcidmn had thelra removed and tliat a patent to land u-a not necessary for the frceilmen to make title if he had liecu allotted laud and had his certlllcate for It. Notwithstanding tills decision of tlie suprenit coint tlie government at tor iieys bringing milts to clear titles to Indians lauds have brought suits against h-ikmis who hnve tnlion deeds to freeilmeu lands in tho Seminole nation, and these suits are brought In the federal court. There are 2700 citizens of the Semi nole nation. About half of tliei-e are freedinen and nearly all of them have sold their laud believing that they had a right to do mi Jii3i as any other freeiloiau, the removal of restrictions law Haying, 'restrictions are herobv removul from all freedinen of the live pIvIII.imI tribes." The Senilntile nation contains v ry rlcb land and most of It tlint has been bought bus been Im iiowil b white men who are making good rami- out i,f the iillntmcntH the boil nil I iiiil' Ue jv it I.iiikii of land iw j tlrand Worthy I'ris1iletn Hcruanl .I. Moniuliuii. liillnilelplila. (IriUltl Worthy Vice President - Prank K. Ilerltig, South Heml, Ind Orniitl Worthy Chttpluln iohn A. Cllne, Cleveland. (Jintiil Worthy SeoreHtry -Conrad 11. .Mann Milwaukee. llmnd Worthy Trensiirer -Flnley Mcltae. Ileleiw. Criitul Woithy Condcttr Phgrlet IC. .McDonatd. Uuffalo. t Ciainl Inside (iiuird Robert I. Armstrong. I'ort Worth. flralitl 'I'rusteea Martin J. lir.iy. New Haven; Win. T. (larlaud. llos Ion; Henry .!. I.en, Reintle; W r MpKIimip), Sngiuaw. Ten as Residence Ourned. .MrKliun frexas, Aug Tie resjileiice of A. (V llulleiek was lie Him m, in Hie today 'With all of the content'- Tlie loss I- J'-'.lKln with $1 Dull li'c-nraiice HOLD-UP NEAR SPOKANE TWO MASKED MEN MAKE SUC CESSFUL HAUL TRAIN MEN OVERPOWERED Fumiboiougli, Amk. 1... The Itnt Ish army dirigible balloon caun to grief this afienioon on reiitrulng heie afiei an asceiihlon , t'olont'l .1. H. Cupper, tlie eiiiiiiiiaiid , am of the lialloim m'IuhiI at Mdir shot, and C.ipialu !: !' Coih. I lie iii-'ii an in . lit , ii . Inn in, I out bat were not injuicd. the eallonii a.i- liaah i,,iii DUNCAN MUB WANTS NEGRO Robbers l ben Detached Mall Car and Took It Up the Track Some Distance Where They Looted It.. Then Escaped. Spohune. Wash.. Aug. Hi. The Northern Pacific west bound tratiacoii tluenial trnln, was held up jimt out side of SiKikuno after mlilnlKlit last night by two masked mmi. Tne Iilgliwaymen overpoweretl tlr lireiuau and engineer They then de tached the mall car and. engine from tin- rest of the train and took th" mall car up tin- track Mime illntaiie" when- thet looted H It Is not known how linn Ii hoon ih "htu i obtained Tin law- a.'tiai'ii 'I made gind BALLOON ACCIDENT BRITISH ARMY DlRlCIBl L UAL LOON WRECKCU RETURNING FROMA SCENSION Colonel J. . Capper and Captain C ' T. Cody, th Occupants. Jumped i Out, Uut Were Not Injured, WHO ATTEMPTED ASSAULT ON WHITE GIRL OFFICERS HAVE NEGRO IN JAIL. Hunt-ail OklH . Aug. la While pa. "lug through the alley near her h me in the cli Miss I'raukie Mm l-'n u Icy. K! years of age was asHauli'il in a Miung negro going by the name o ,1 M Mathews. Miss Krensley bad an umbrella in her hands, ami wli-n th-' negro seized her she commeuciil 'n in lug 111 tsi with the umbrella and filgh' eneil hilu off. The assault occurred uliout fi o cloth , m . anil before tlie negro cmiM make bis escape City Marshal K. It Viiiing and 10. It. Dyer, a niglii watch man arrested hlui and imiueillatel landed him In Jail. An angry mob is about the nunm Jail and it Is feared that a Uinhu - nill follow. The girl is one ttf tlie nm-t lnuhl, respected families In the city Indian Boy's Body Found. McAloater Okla., Aug. 1.1 Uist lie cemlier .Iohn Wilkin, n full blood Iitr illati hoy, illn.'iiieareil from the honnt of ills step-fatlier near this city. To day thu body of a boy was found In an abandoned shaft Just over the Hue lu I.atlmer county and Identified as that of the missing boy. Ah the shaft was closely covered It appear ed to he evident that the boy hail lieeu killed and his body thrown If the shaft after a large timber hud hi t n it muii d UM'IH HANSUN (white!, shot in die.-1 aid chin by militia. UOHKHT OAIvWBY (colored i. form best suburban stand in Ardinore. cor- ! ner G street and Gth avenue. N. E No incumbrances, whatevfi ng.i rst the 6tock; our reason for selling, oth ei' policeman anil leader In reslatance er buslnsss requires our attention, to mob's at lacks, shot In eye. chest j Those still indebted to us will and ear. have Monday In which to make settle- THOMAS rol.KY twhltet one of , ment, othcrwiie your accounts will the lenders, union conl Miner, shot In i be sold at public outcry to the highest atomach with buckshot. j UOHKHT HAI1I, KAMI' (neroi. beaten by mob. i ei.Al'DIC KNAI'I (while), milltlu-! man, wounds on hcud. I1AHUY I'AUTINU iwhltel. mem-, bur KUttlhiK gun uectlon of oiMh In fanny, shot In head. AU1UUT SIDNKY thltei. shut be low oyig. SeventetMi others are badly wound ed. Toulght throo addlltoiittl legitnenta will roach thu state uapltal and the illslurbed dlsttiots will he placed tin der martial law. Today troops were rushed to Springf!' Id fumi all patth ' the state Throughout the d.iy t" t niitiliili'd Hi Ii :ii' on all na n- ami bidder.. Phone 742 and oi i- collector will promptly recpond. Sale' will taks place at our store Tuesday, August 18th, 1903 at 2 o'clock p. m. J. T. CHANCELLOR. Manager. Texan Chosen Superintending Uuthrle, Oklu., Auk l At a u i iliK of the state Iward of agncultui hold today W. W. Kvans late of the A. K- M. College of Texas, was fleet ed aitpcrintoudeut of farm opei.it Ion In connection with tho Oklahoma col lege. Tho resignation of W. I.. Kn itl'sh. dlrwtoi of the experimental station, was accepted and the place will ! lllled by II. C. I'lttuck. also late of T as I Wo want your work and you'll bo glad you pavo It to Excelsior Steam Laundry I FOR SALE, c ! e il ,a ing grocery lnihlne Mock amlllxiUK i invoice about $"n()' Rp'e did ee'g'ihoilioinl, one of the lies' to ri'Hl Buburban groc no s in Mie c tv Wi'l hi it at oiho for cn h 'a- phono It.fi W W 1,'ght IS't K St 's K Wi LOT' SlLE AUGUST 17TH TO AUGUST 27TH Highland Park Addition Ft vi' n utii.-i Wi-ht l'irrn-uo iibnirv ami 11 i;ti seliuoi. i'.it'x jl 1 cusli and SI" monthly buys, two lot-, in Moauitfu1 Stanley A,t-nii. Sl'ihi $1ii i ash and $H" month buys two lots on Led bolter Avt-nue. oOiio ft't-t of cement sidewalk to be laid in Highland Park Addition within thirty day- Ten attractive resident cs to be construeted ouStanloy Avenue. !?10,0li(i worm ot Highland Park lots sold in thirty days. There is a tea-.' n fi r the fireut demand for Highland Park lots, viz., MATC'HLE VALL'KS for vour money. The Ardinore Realty Company Phone 21 Main Monday and Tuesday Specials Oil i s , iii, ft n M, mil ( ,n,'i 'I' e'la I n -.in i -i ,, t.iwt sc li N nu hIm in , I 1 1 1 1 nil t Iii 'si tw ' 1 1 ,l s I i.i i 'j i ' ' ili ,m Ii l'.itili' I), tin ili a no mill , pat'i'i n. all 01" I'lO'l. (lll lieu .11 fl ..Illlf. Spet-i.il fm ' h v . 0C " ' nn Ii l at'le I) tiii.itk Hut p.Htern is er.V ilesii tli "in ,ul linen Our regular fl o" valut-M, bik-cmI for -' tl,tH OC "J i iit-h Table Linen, this pal tern will plenv uu .m 1 Mi iii ility in eMra iooil. our tviilnr 75c vnlue. ("Q special for two day OuC LINKN SUKKTlNt; SPECIAL. 90 inch L.n. n Sheetmj:, n-laOs regular fr $AM. Dm- pitJCf Olil)' to oiler AA special UvC "Dri Well" Sanitary Uuth Tuwel, dries the .skin instantly Once used always u.se. A q .special price for '2 days, each jQ IMUMKOSF, MATIS1M0. This is our regular l.V seller, a Kootl assortment colors, absolutely tast 111 special for days '2C LAC5K SPECIAL. Annlhet shipment of Luce bought at a big reduction This lace would lie worth I0c regular " they go on sale for ii days, .special 30 Litlies if it is Vests you want be here Monday and Tuesday Oil r entire stock of Ladies' Sleeveless Vests will be offered at a big reduction. Don't miss this, if you do you will always re met it Space forbids us mentioning all of the many bargains that we have in the store for you. A HINT TO THE WISE IS SUI-'PICIENT. Attend Our Two Days Sale "K'itbo Corsets" "May Monotor Patterns" "Popsy Hosiery'' EVERY WEEK I huvc been talking to you about the importance ol haviii" your horse properly shod. Iiverybody lias read my ads and many have brought me their horses. All who liave are pleased, and their horses are better pleased. I would like to p'easc you this week. Bring nie your hoise. It costs you no mote to get the best work. AT DIPF l!l n,,aihvay JtLf. IVlVylL, Ardinore, Okla Closing Out Sale The dreat Jewelry Sale at and below cost will be con tinued a few days longer. Many are making holiday purchases while watches and jewelry are so cheap. M safe and show cases are for sale. Watches, lilgin movements, 2yonr gold-fillod cases as long as they last at from $7 to so. 50 and hundreds ot other good bargains. Henry Behrens 1 1 i Wi st Mam Ardmore. Okl.t. I Improvements at W.iyne ',, iiiistnn.tt"l of buck if a t " I..' 11 tl White arc'iiiei" o Ui-ii' n $. nth' T'x suceessfu' c'd 1 'a r u iifil frj"a WaM w'u- if wt o l au'U' Tarplr Coi'l 'iv tlie cot f u lot- he bulVI rh of a ecu 4u k-m t Shnwr h. Mr Wilt " V il boo thee The tint il'ttK h.ti , 'i-,!i ar wl'l have ofM' of ('? p et ! rooir v I u-i nutllto mi ,nul Inj'!' ' ' H" t'::i n the HMite