The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 36, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 12, 1901 Page: 1 of 8

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VOLUME IX.
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ABDJIOKE 1ND. TEH TJITUvSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 1 1101.
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L. P. ANDERSON B. P. FRENSLEY
President. Vice President
FUST NATIONAL
LA rd more Indian Territory.
. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds n Chickasaw Nation
Surplus Fund Cash $120000.00
Capital Paid Up Cash.... 60000.00
Tho oldest bank in Indian Torrltory. Accounts of firms and Individuals
solicited upon tho most liberal terms consistent with good banking.
v-.fnkr- '"
bo too late. There muy be nothing
ROBERTS
BUY THE BEST"
E up ion OH
The following mealtants only are handling Eupion Oil in Ardmore:
Pettitt Bros.
M. P. Bomar
Skipworth J. A.
A. A. Bailey
J. A. Bodowitz
Kendall W. C
P. A. Laughlin.
A. F. Jones
Dillard & Allen
General Insurance
Real Estate and
Rental.
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W S. Wolverton & Son Agents.
Ardmore Cotion Exchange.
GUILLOT BROS. Managers.
Oldest Commission House In' the Territory.
OPPOSITE CITY HALL.
(up stairs.)
COTTON STOCKS GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
For Futura or Immodlate Oellvary.
Private wires New York New Orleans & Chicago
MINIMUM ORDERS ACCEPTED.
20 Bales of Cotton. 1000 Bushels of Grain.
10 Shares of Stock. 50 Barrels of Pork.
Continuous"Quotatidns.
Prompt Execution of Orders.
HEKEKENCE:
FIRST NAT. BANK
AHDMORE.
J. R. PENNINGTON & CO.
jhui ttuffi m mm ORoccns.
'Biggest stock of staple and fancy candy ever in Ardmore. Ap-
Tiles Orangos Lemons Nuts. Etc. See us beforo you buy for the
holidays. Solo distributors for the celebrated
urn or i rait fitt;
For Bibles; Books
G. L ANDERSON S. H. T0RBET7
Cashier. Asst. Ctibr
BANK.
leu k fire Spreads
Rood resolutions among the uuin-
surcd are ns numerous ns the
sparks that fly upward. But like
the smoke these resolutions die
out with the fire and the next con.
llaaration destroys a lot of unin-
sured property.
Ij tlot Insure Nov?
tomorrow or the day after may
to insure-then.
Sc POLAND
W. A. Payne
W. A. Davis
Porter Staples
S. E. Jenkins
0. Crosby.
M. T. Fclker.
Son Bros. Co.
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Long Distance 'Phone
No. 96.
STATIONERY GO TO
BOYD & REEDS
BOOK STORE.
REAPPOINTED OVER HI3 ENE
MIES DY HONEST WORK.
Prejudice Could Not Convey a Figure
That Would Work Against the Re.
appointment of an Honest
Man Hosea Townsend.
Tho news was all over town this
forenoon that tho names of HoBca
Townsend and William I). Johnson
had been sent to tho senato for con-
firmation for reappointment for tho
respectivo ofhees of 1 United States
Judge and United States Attorney.
It is a fact that no other two men
could bo morn honorably honored
in this district.
Thoro lias boon stories told that
would to tiso a Shakespearian phrase
"raise tho hair from thy bald spots"
against theso men but "honest work"
tho kind that Teddy's on to wins. No
secret societies no dull uncouth mix-
ture goes. Former record nnd gentle-
manly principles will win in faco of
doubting "Toms." No wo have not got
a cincli on tho appointment of cithor
one but wo know that it is tho safest
cinch in tho country.
"Hurrah for Townsend and John-
sou." RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED.
At the Double Statehood Convention
at Muskogee.
Muskogee I. T Dec. 11. Tho In-
dian Territory statehood convention
met hero this morning at 10:30 and
was called to order at tho opera houso
by Col. Kobort L. Owen ono of tho
most pronounced opponents to state-
hood with Oklanoma in tho Indian
Territory.
In point of numbers this conven-
tion is not nearly so largo as the sin-
glo statehood convention hold at this
place November 14 by delogatcB repre-
senting tho Indian Territory and Ok-
lahoma for a single state for tho two
Territories but some- of tho best In-
terests and greatost wealth of tho In-
dian Territory arc represented in this
ono and it is a representative one
capitalists merchants and professional
men being delegates.
Tho committee m resolutions com-
posed of It. L. Owen Muskogeo V. J.
Wado South McAlester D. M. Halloy
Halleyvlllo J. M. Shackloford Musko-
gee J. S. Holden Ft. Olbson and Don
Harrison of Nowburg reported tho fol-
lowing: "We tho peoplo of tho Indian Ter-
ritory In general non-partisan con-
vention assembled nt Muskogee I. T..
on December 10 1901 for tho pur-
pose of ropresontlng to tho congress
of tho United Statos tho wishes and
views of tho business men nnd of tho
pcOplo of tho Indian Torrltory In re-
gard to statehood do hereby udopt the
following resolutions:
"Hosolvod That wo nro unalterably
opposed to any political union with
the Torrltory of. Oklahoma.. Wa have
been living for many. years under n
totally different form of government
and a sudden change of law would bo
disastrous. Wo dcslro tho' right of nil
freo men to pass laws when 11 can
bo properly dono for our own solf-
government without tho control or In-
terference in nny way by tho peopjo In
habiting nny other stato or Territory.
Wo bellovo tho peoplo of Oklahoma
should havo tho samo right and wo
havo no doslro to interfere with thorn
in tho oxerclso of tholr own self-government.
"Itesolvod That as soon as it may bo
dono without violation of tho obliga-
tions of tho United States government
to tho Indian peoplo und as soon as
tho settlement of tho land dlstrlbu-
tlons of tho Indian Territory can bo
nicompluhrd so that nil citizens mny
be on nn equal footing in the nnttor
or taxation wo desire 'nnd Wo earn-
estly request tho. right of self-government
be granted to us sepntrnto and
npart from nny othur Stnto or Terri-
tory In the Union- Wo earnestly re-
quest thnt tho Unltod States keep ab-
solutely good faith with tho tndlnr
people who bought tho lands of the
Indian Territory from the government
of the United Statos. They paid 'for
those lands In money and ns part pay-
ment for the lands they gave up east
of tho Mississippi river they received
tho solemn plodgo of tho United
States government In numerous treat-
ies that the laws of no Stnto or Tor-
rltory should bo extended over this
country without their consent. They
have not consontcd nnd nro unani-
mously opposed to tho extension of tho
laws of Oklahoma over tho Indian
Territory and they aro unanimously
opposed to nny polltlcnl union with
Oklahoma. Wo earnestly request a.
speedy settlement of tho citizens' rolls
nnd allotments In pursunnco of tho
agreements with tho Flvo Civilized
Tribes Wo represent thousands of
peoplo born In ovory Stnto In tho Un-
ion. For oxnmplo over 9000 of our cit-
izens wcro born in Illinois many
thousands woro born in Indlnnn Ohio
Pennsylvania nnd other Eastern States
and wo earnestly prny for tho co-operation
of the representatives of thoso
States In securing to us tho blessings
of liberty independence and self-government
as speedily and practicable
as consistent with tho considerations
abovo set forth.
"Hcsolvcd further Thnt tho con-
gress of tho United States is hcroby
petitioned to make provisions for the
election In Indian Torrltory of n del-
egato to ropresont Indian Territory In
congress to tho end that tho Interests
nnd rights of the peoplo of tho Indian
Torrltory mny bo presented to con-
gress by some ono authorized to speak
for them. Wo believe thnt our peoplo
now number C00.000. n population
greater thnn that of almost ovory stnto
at tho tlmo of Its ndmlsslon as n State
of tho Union. W nro having a strong
Immigration to tho Indian Territory
probably amounting to 100000 peoplo
per annum. Tho nrea of our Territory
is larger than n groat many of tho
States of tho Union already admitted
being nearly us largo as Indiana and
nlmost as largo as flvo of tho Now
England States combined.
"Resolved further That tho propo-
sition to nllow Oklahoma to mnko n
constitution with out giving us a voice
In tho framing thereof which
tho Indian Territory should
compelled to accept would bo
a gross InJiiBtlco nnd revolt
Ing to every prlnciplo of freo nnd en-
lightened government. Wo wish to re-
cord our unutterablo opposition to
such proposition."
Wo nppeal to tho peoplo of Indian
Territory by town meetings to endbrse
the above resolutions so "thnt the sen-
timent of Indian Torrltory may bo sub-
stantially set forth to tho complete
satisfaction of congress to tho end
thati there may bo no doubt about i tho
fnctithaUtho above resolutions do sub-
stantially ropresont tho views of the
pooplo of Indlnn Territory"
BRIGANDS'RETREAT IS FOUND.
Efforts to Reopen Negotiations Are
Resumed at Salonlca.
Sofia Bulgaria Doc. 11. According
to Information received from Salonl-
ca Miss Ellon M. Stono and Mmo.
Tsllka hor companion aro conconled
In tho vicinity of UIIo nbout flvo
miles south of Dubnltza In Bulgarian
torrltory. Tbo news wns brought by a
Macedonian who loft thoro December
1 nnd who furnished ureclBo lnfor.
mntlon regarding tho hiding places and
tho names of tho agents supplying
food for tho brigands nnd tholr cap-
tives It Is understood thnt tho informa-
tion is considered rollablo enough to
Justify tho American officials In Tur-1
koy dispatching emissaries to treat
with tho bandits and that annllcatlnn
has already been mndo to tho Turkish
govornraont for tho freo passago of
tho emissaries ncross tho Turkish
frontier which Is vigilantly guarded'
by troopB stationed nt every hundred
yards.
Money on Easy Terms.
Tho general ngont for tho Metropol-
Han Loan nnd Banking company of
Fort Worth will b- at J. E. Arnold's
ofTlco for a fey. lays. Parties wishing
money to build or Improve property or
pay on present mortgages "will savi
money by calling at tho nbovc ofllce.
C-Ct
JUDGE TOWNSEND'S REAPPOINT.
MENT IS SATISFACTORY.
Amidst the Clapping of Hands and
Wild Hurrahing the Judge's Re-
appointment Is Acknowledged.
Wild Excitement Reported.
Special to tho Ardmoreite.
Pauls Valloy I. T. Dec. 12 A tole-
gram from C. M. Campbell who la
now nt Washington nnnouncos tho
reappointment of Hoson Townsond nil
Judge.
This morning tho Judge rend tho
same from the bench amidst greatest
excitement nnd clapping of hands.
News by telephone to tho marshal's
onico from Beet Creek says that Boh
Jordan wns shot nnd fatally wounded
by a whisky peddler named Sparks
last night nt n danco at Jordnn's
where ho ordered tho peddler off.
They left saying thoy would bo back
and kill him if ho ordered thorn off
ngaln.
Jordnn enmo out nnd orderod thom
oft tho second tlmo when ho was
shot with tho abovo result.
Tho caso of Tom Stownrt ngalnst
Geo Cochran verdict was returned
for plaintiff for $725 nnd Interest.
THOSE HAPPY WEDDING BELLS.
The Tinkling Sounds United Two
Still Small Hearts.
Miss Vivian Stllweli und Mr. Cleorga
Tucker wcro Joined In marriago Wed-
nesday ovcnlng Dccombor 11 nt 8:30
o'clock nt tho Broadway M. E. curch
Hov. J. M. Gross officiating. Tho mar-
riago ceremony followed tho regular
mid-week prayer service. Tho seating
capacity of tho church was crowded
to Its utmost. Tho decorated nrches of
llowors nnd overgrcens so tastefully
arranged nt tho altar Imparted
beauty harmony nnd lovollness to
tho scone.
Errot Dunlnp nnd Stono Webster
sorved ns ushers. Tho pretty llttlo
(lower girls woro EIIlo Gwlnn nnd Jew-
el Wheeler. Prof Walter Nichols play-
ed thq popular wedding march.
By request tho Impressive ring cer-
emony hcquathed to us by tho old
church of England wnc used. Every
detail of tho ceremony had been per-
fectly arranged and was very beautl-
ful. Tho bride who Is tho daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stllwoll has Just
reached that ago when womanhood's
charms aro at tholr zenith nnd thnt
sho wns a porfoct brldo In loveliness
was tho general oxclamation.
Mr Tucker Is ono of our most popu-
lar young buslncVs fmon. Ho is now
cnBhlor of tho Cold .Storage plant
which position ho habold slnco tho
establishment ot.Nth'ajf Institution in
tho city. Ho possesses sterling busi-
ness traits that will lead to financial
success.
Tho Ardmorelto Joins tholr many
other friends in extending congratula-
tions. Free reclining chair earn by tho
'Choctaw Itoute." No transior nt
Memphis.
A. J. WOLVERTON. J.A. BIVENS.
President V-Pron.
THE CITY NATIONAL BAN
ARDMORE. I. TV
Capital und Surplus $90000.00
Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited. Courteous treatment
Accorded all alike '
ALBATROSS FLOUR
It is the Best.
Top Notch in Quality
The Standard that all others try to reach.
.For sale by all first-class grocers.
' i .: ' WHITEMAN BROS.
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
STORMS AND LOS3 OF LIFE.
Lifeboats Busy nnd Vessels Are Giv-
ing Signs of Distress.
Special to tho Ardmorolto.
T riTiflnn 11. 1 o VI n
sweeping tho English chnnncl nnd
tttnti.. .. 1 - I 1 . .
iiiiiij Tusai-iB uro auditing alienor.
LlfebOnts nro busy rescuing amall
crnfts
Vessols near Dover nro mnklng sig-
nals of distress.
A Bolglun fishing smack foundered
In tho North Sen resulting In tho
drowning of fourteen persons.
Elected New President.
Special to tho Ardmorolto.
Berne Switzerland Dec. 12. Dr.
Joseph Sump of tho Lucerno Catholic
conservative has been olected presi-
dent of tho federal council.
Mrs. Clem Henlnger Dead.
From tho Gainesville Register w
learn thnt after n lingering Illness
MrH. Clem Henlnger died last night
Sho lenves a husband and flvo child-
ren besides other rolntlvcs and many
truo friends to mourn her death. Mru.
Henlnger wns nn cstlmablo lady char-
ltnblo to tho world tender and loving
with husband nnd children nnd truo
to Vorfr'lendB therefore hor death
Is dooply regretted. Another and a
doubly and "sad fenturoMa that sho
leaves flvo llttlo children tho eldest
or which is only twolvo years of ago.
In nccordanco with her request when
sho saw death approaching her re-
mains will be buried In St. Louis. Mrs.
Henlngor nlso requested that hor
mother who resides In St Louis nnd
who wns with hor when death came
bo given tho caro of hor children.
Funeral services will bo conduct-
ed tomorrow morning nt 7:30 o'clock
nt tho rcsldonco on Pccnn street and
tho romnlns will bo sent via tho 8: -15
Knty passenser to St Louis.
Tho stork arrived at tho homo of
Tlov. and Mrs. C. M. Collins last even-
ing nnd left n hnndsomo daughter
thoro for their guldanco nnd protec-
tion. Bulard handles all kinds of 1817
knives nnd forks nnd spoons. 10-tf
A warm homo or office a small
coal bill few ashes no dirt nnd n
clean satisfactory coal aro tho re-
sults of buying your coal from us and
you pay no moro than you would for
poor coal. s-tf
LAIDLAW LUMBER CO.
NOW....
Is the time to list your property
that is for sale. List it with us.
We have ciistpraera for all classes.
T6 Buyers.
B. a sure and see us before buy-
ing. We can suit you and save
you money.
Tenant Property.
We pay especial attention to
collection of rentB- Wo under-
stand it and make it pay good re-
turns. We want to do business
with you and for vou.
Redfield Real Estate Agency
Established q Years
CRUCG BLDQ. ARDMORE I. T.
DON LACY. A.H. PALMER
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
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