The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 94, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 17, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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I Proprietor. )
AllMORE 1ND. TER.. SUNDAY MOJtNINCf FEBRUARY 17 11)01.
I One Year IS. I
l. P. ANDERSON
8. F. FRENSLEY
C. L. ANDERSON
S. M. TORBETT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ardmorc Indian Territory.
Capital Paid Up.
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY.
Accounts of firms and Individuals
solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent -with Kood banking.
Drafts sold on all parts of the world
I BRUCE k ROBERTS
BUSINESS PLACED IN OUR HMDS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
AND CAREFUL ATTENTION.
--Office Over First National Bank.--
'PHONE 21. AKDMOKE I. 1
MACARTIIUR RNPURTS SURRUN-
OUR OP ARMY SUPPLIES
Aupltcattun Made For Aetna I'or the Hon
ole Survivor on the Pension Llat
Of (he Srmlnole war Mr. Nation
Wc liavc mado arrantcmcnta by which wo offer
for sale OOOO acres of richest Texan lands at a
very low price and on reasonable terms. Write
or seo us at once. It costs ypr h.n to Investigate
KRUHHRS PATIIimC APPHAI.
lie Asks for Justice and tixnrcsscs
Sorrow for Ills Country
London Fob. 10. Tho Pall
Moll Gniotto will publish Fob.
10 nu Intervlow with Mr. Krugor
in part as follows:
"Will no ono nrbltrato? Will
no ouo glvo us a ouanco of do-
fending ourselves? Wo may
have dono wrongly; wo lmvo our
faults and weaknesses. Wo do-
clarod war but our hands woro
forced and wo can provo It. Got
somo ouo to jtuliro botwoon this.
Lngland and ourselves.
"But tho Lord will help us In
Washington Fob. 10. Nows tho oud. Wo shall wlu. I do
of another Important surrender not know how or whou but we
in tho Philippines Is contained In shall win at last.
the following dispatch received Mr. Krugor says tho Trans
at the War Dopartmout from vnal offered moro reforms in one
Gouorul MeArthur: week than an older cuuntrv
Manila Fob. 10. Adjutant would mnko in forty years giv
General Washington: Ono kun- ing In on all points almost to tho
dred and twolvo rifles and 1500 uttermost but that tho ut
rounds oi nmmuniuiion surrcn- lurmosi was soizcu upon as a
lorod at Magany on Feb. Ill sttlmbllng block. Roforlng to
mostly from supplies secreted his reception in Europe which
in contiguous swamns. Tho In- has bitterly disappointed him
cidont Is important and indl- Mr. Krugor says:
catcs a great reaction favorablo "1 caro nothing for llowors.
to tho American interests In the nothing nothing. Tho people
ion of Bulicanhorotoforo one who send them mean well and 1
of tho worst in Luzon. The re
A. J. WOLVKKTON J. A. IIIVKN8 DON LAOV A II. 1'ALMKR
President. Vlco-l'ros. Cashier. Ass't Cashlcrl
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Capital and Surplus.
Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited.
Accorded all alike.
Union Pacific Train In Montana Ran
Awny and Was Wrecked.
Butte Mont. Feb. 10. A
tanning ana uisnstrous runaway
nm grateful but I caro nothing of n fro'Eut trniu on uo Northern
suit is accomplished exclusively for thorn. What I want Is a fair Pacific occurcd yesterday on what
by tho long continued Intelligent hearing and justice I ask for 1S known ns lie 1111 llac n
and persistent efforts of ofliccrs justice wonro a ltttlo folk but
tho Third United btutes in- wo have mado great stops."
WK UK PRESENT-
THE BEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
Choctaw Cadets Won Distinction
MuskoKce I. T. Fob. 10.
Tho Jones Acadomy Cadets nn
organization 100 strong compos
cd of pupils of tho Jones Acad
omy in the Choctaw Nation ten
dored their services during tho
recent Creek- uprising to tho au
tliorltios lor such purposes as
may bo required. Their pat
rlotism has caused Suporinten
dent Boncdlct of tho Indian Tor
It you have property to soil list It with us. It you
want to buy real estate call and look ovcr.our lists.
Ileal Estate. Itental and Abstract Agency.
9 A A A A A A A A A A .Jj
A HOUT THE
White Elephant Buggy
Soma talk because wo aro selling .o many
uud tlioso who have alroady bought
uro busy telllnu othi rs hov. ll they aro
pleacd. They aro built of tbu best ma-
terial that grows and glvo better satis-
fnctlon than any other huugy on the mar-
ket. Wo are headquarters for tho Uest
Ilugglc Hacks and Wagons.
Our Stock of
and parm Implements
Is Complete In every detail.
Onr low prices retain all of our old customers
and brings new ones. Look through onr goods
and got prices whether you aro ready to buy or not.
Ardmore I. T.
K r r r w
In the Indian
Door and Wlndoo Fumes. Uouldlnn. Sash. Brackets. Scrolled and Turned Work
All Kinds Inside Finish Fronts for Business Houses a Specialty
PR A I FV RRDQ SecondBlock North of flantnFe Depot.
rnnUU I U H WO . LoCa and LoDk'DlitanceTeloiihOnetro.
Tho following morcbants only ara haudling Eupion Oil iu Ardmorei
Pettitt Bros. W. A. Payne.
wolvcrtou Grocery Co. W. A. Daniels
Kendall & Skipworth A. F. Jones
A. A. Bailey Porter Staples
Fielder Bros. S. K. Jenkins
J. A. Bodowitz 11. T.Dallas.
WATERS-PIERCE OIL- CO.
P. II. NEILSON Acont Ardmore I. T.
DOWN A nOUNTAIN ORAD1!
branch running from tho main lino
to the mines on tho hill nbovo Butte
When asked why ho camo to An engino was pulling four cars
Europo ho said: loaded with lumber and mining
I could not no out with tho timbers to the Alice mine. When
commandoes as Mr. Stevn can. nenr tue t0P tuo cngtuo began to
lam too old hut I may bo of 8l'P nui1 tue air "rakes failed. Be
3orao uso here.'' fro luo hand brakes could ho ap
Regarding Mrs. Krugor h0 plied tho train had acquired such
said; momentum that nothing could
I am sorrv for hor ton t check it. Lumber aud timber were
have u. deep sorrow for hor. but scntlcrc1 alonfJ tl)0 track Brake
Ihavo far moro sorrow for mv nnn Fielder was knocked off by
country. My wlfo has hor chll-
drun. Six aro still with her.
Hying timber and his head crushed
to a mass. Another brukeman was
ritory schools to become deeply o left with her ln hor knocked off but only sl.Chtly In
J . l . ' J hnrr.n mm -r i I Hired. Tim inrinpfr. .Inlin M
Interested In tho organizitlon
and he has asked tho Secretary
of War to provldo tho company
with guns. It Is tho only organ
ization of tho kind
in the Indian
Distinction of a Pensioner.
Muskogee I. T. Feb. 10.
Mrs. Mehndalleard who recent
ly camo from Mississippi to ro
side with hor son at this place
has tho record of being the only
surviving pensioner of tho Scm
inolo war in 1880. Sho is 70 years
old and tho widow of John A
Heard Sergeant of Capt. Jones'
company who wont from Georgia.
Hor certificate is dated April IS
1801 and is signed
homo. Two of my sons havo
died on tho battle field. Two
wore captured. I bollovo two
moro aro dead also ns I havo
not heard from thom for two
months and I know thoy were
In tho thick of tho light.
'Thirty-ono sous and grand'
sons I havo In tho ilcld yet I
could not go in a commando. My
wifo is not to bo pitied for sho
has her six children with her."
White Plymouth Rock Chickens.
ov is the time to send in your
orders for eges for sprinK hatch
ing. Our stock for breeding pur
poses aro very fluo. Call and see
them at the Taylor residenco in
jured Tho engineer John M
Ilarden remained at the throttle
until the engine jumped tho track
and turned over. He was caught
aud seriously injured. Tho friecht
cars kept the track for three miles
whoithoy jumped the track and
piled up on n mining dump.
wnon pain or irritation oxlsta on
any part of tho body tho application
of Ballard's Snow Llnamont will give
prompt rollsf. Price 23 and 60
cents. W. 0. l'ramo Oltv Druir
uarence iruelove is arranging
to give his customers a handsome
s' it of furniture each month.
Rod and dun Club.
There will he a meeting of the
Hod aud Gun club Tuesday after
noon at 4 o'clock at the ofllce
rooms of Lcdbuttcr & Bledsoo for
tho purpose of ndopting bylaws
and constitution for ftituro govern-
ment of the club.
B. I' . FitF.KStEV Pres.
Wanted Young men and ladies
to learn telegraphy. Situations
secured or cost. of learning refund-
ed. Dallas Tf.leqkai'ii College
Dallas Texas. j25 lm
A BUSINESS CHANCE.
Two hundred acres of Texas
land to trade for town property In
tho Indian Territory. Apply
18-tf AitnsiouEiTE ofllce
FADED AND SOILED
Olothlni: can bo dyed
and mado to
LOOK LIKE NEW.
Cleaned and left
Soft and FlutlyJ-
B. F MILLS.
West JIain Street.
Called to Kansas City.
Dr. Wnltpt TInrilv fnnnivnil n
bv Hoko horlhett8t Ardmore or call at the rWrnm frnm Knnsna rMv vpaipr.
Smith tho then Secretary of tho Peonage of the Central Baptist dav moruinK requesting him to
Interior who wroto her n letter
upon signing hor ccrtlfica'to stat
ing that sho was tho only sur
church. Bates & Muhphy. 4-lm
Found Frozen to Death
McDade Tox Feb. 10. Mrs
viving pensioner of tho Sominolo AHrcd Browning nnngoJ lady
War. wno resided about so von miles
Threatens Divorce. north of horo whllo sutforing
Topeka. Kan. Fob. 10 Mrs. lrotn somo mental delusion last
Nation's statoment that sho will I'fiht wandorod out of tho House
return to Medicine Lddce ludl- an(1 was und frozen to death in
cates that tho rumor about her tt shallow pond of water near tno
husband's dissatisfaction is house.
truo. Mr. Nation is reported to loucanbejp anyone whom you
havo said that unless his wlfo flnl Bartering from Inflamed throat:
comos homo at once ho will sue fe"itr
. I I.VIUU V.. wou v. .lllliaiu D HUTU
unmuu hnimil Mvrnn? thn crAA. un.H. r.
I" " - " j ' " i i ' r-- . ."vj .w.
coughs and colds. Prlco 25 and SO
Is aIgn of good health whloh Is cents. W. U. Frame CJlty Drug
quickly obtained by the uso of Hex btoro.
proceed to that city
left nt noon yesterday.
at once on
Ask your Grocer
J. R. PENNINGTON & CO
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Car of Molasses
Sole Agents for
"Queen of the Nation1' Flour
It purlfloB the blood roculates
the kidneys and liver and euros con
stipation. All drucclsta aro author
ized to refund tho money In any case
whoro Kux Tea falls to do what Is I
claimed for It. Irioo25oDor paokaRO.
Weyler is Ruler.
Washington Feb. 10. It Is U (tOT. (lllV Pl'lP.P.S Oil
learned hero that owing to tho ii
Inability of tho civil government
of tho provinco of Madrid to
maintain public order full au
Ik the new sewerage proposition
we nro told a clause is Inserted thorlty in tho provinco has been
granting free Bewerage for every turned over to Captain Goneral
pubiiq freo school in the city. Woylor. It has been found ox
lum is an item of much import- pedient to declaro martial law
ance and together with the pro- and Goneral Woylor has occupied
poseu water supply will be strong all of tho most Important points
motors in favor of the franchise of tho city with his troops. It
Clean whito rags wanted at this is holiovod that changes in tho
office 1 ministry aro unaroldablo.
Can Save You
Before You Buy.
WHITFMAN RRfiS ft
I 1 MM A M JM 1 MJTm & 1 M m.
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