The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 273, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 24, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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ARDMORE IND. TEE. "WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 24 1902.
I'SK'W' NUMBER 273
AHDERSOH B. F. FRENSLEY.
msideni. YIC8 President.
G. L. ANDERSON S M. TORBETI
Caibler. Ant. Cubr.
j-snn-r is k tig'sei b mini
iriKdl NAIIUNAL BAIm.
Ardmorc Indian Territory.
inated Depository tor Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation.
.'Capital paid in $ 60000.00
.'Surplus and Profits 140000.00
' Total $200000.00
(oldest bank In Indian Torrltory. Accounts of Arms and Individual!
Itcttod upon tho most llboral terms consistent with Rood banking.
Because my property
is insured with Roberts
Poland & Bruce.
They represent only
the best companies.
v )BERTS POLAND 6c BRUCE
Why this Haste?
After n fire starts it is too late to
think of insurance. We'll take the
contract to protect you from fire loss
and the cost will be reasonable.
Why take the
Wolverton L Son.
Hardware House of Ardmore
By being the pioneers in our business in this
:tion we had our choice of the goods to sell jxnd
Jail the different makes of wagons buggies and
ivcs nerc is uur uuuiuu;
The Mitchell Wagon.
The White Elephant Buggy.
Charter Oah Stoves.
Majestic Steel Ranges.
These Roods are known everywhere
and the world has learned to accept
them as the best When you buy
from us you have the pleasure of
knowing that you could not have douc
Williams Corhn & Co
The Hardware Men.
i :: j
i The Originator of "Low Prices''
MAQftN DEALER JN
;iAoun new and Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
$ Bought Sold Rented and Exchanged.
North WashinRton Slreot Ardmoro I. T.
Baltimore Racket Store.
ill know the cotton crop is extremelc short and we want
5 to know from that cause the Baltimore Raoket Store has
yiu half offering Roods at prices to be wondered at. Wo
ollowitiR as a few of our many argains:
Sod Soap 25c Good Rub Board for 25c
Dress Goods yd 7o Alfred Meakin Plates imported
ask Table Linen yd ..15b Wnr0( per Mt 35o
&piSth $rfcZ6o5 1 gSi; "prr f
hoes worth $1.75 forSl dozen Clothts Pms 5c
Voling worth 20o for 10c 2 PaPers BraaB Pins 5b
Damask Table Linen 25c Talcum Powder . lOo
'50c for 25c 10 spools best thread.. 25c
BLOOD POISONING FEARED-F-'OUR
PHYSICIANS IN CHARGE.
Taken te Hospital In Indianapolis His
Injury In Trolley Aoeldent the
Souree of TroubleAll En-
Indlanaiiolls Ind.. Sen. SS. Great
excitement wm prortncwl here today
when the announcement was made
that I'ralilent Roosevelt hail
hait concoleil all engagements and had
been taken to St. Vincent's hospital to
le operated upon for Injuries received
hi the Plttsfleld trolley wreck. Ex-
citement grew more intense when It
was learned that Dr. Hiclardson had
been sent for to aid Ors. Ollvor and
Cook of this city and Dr. Lung the
president's attending physician. Hu-
mors flew thick and fast and It was
reported that the presidert was dying
having suddenly collapsed. Othor re-
ports had It that blood poison had set
In somo tlmo ago hut that owing to
tho prosldont's Indomitable will ho
had kept up until almost to death's
door. Groat crowds gathered In the
streets and tho bulletin boards wore
tho greatest objects of Intorost In the
city. Extra odltions of all aftornoon
papers wero soon out with startling
headllnos and full of rumors.
It is believed by those who arc host
able to know that the prosldont's ali-
ment Is by no means necessarily dan-
gerous. Ho Is undoubtedly suffering
from blood poisoning to a slight degree
duo to a wound received on the loft log
In tho trolley car accident at Plttsfleld
Mass. An abscess has formed and tho
surgeons havo determined that the
president's health demands Immediate
rest and also tho Immodlato surgical
attention must bo given tho abscess.
The president dostrcd to go homo
first but the surgeons Insisted upon
his going to St. Vincent's hospital In
this city. Tho surgeons do not bollove
that the president is nccosBarlly In tho
least danger but thoy propose to take
no risks and Insisted not only upon
the cancellation of all engagements
but Immediate removal to a hospital
for surgical nttontlon.
Indianapolis Ind. Sept. 23. Secre-
tary Cortelyou this ovonlng Issuod tho
following bulletin which while reas-
suring ns to Immediate dnnger yet
causes much uneaslnoss In that It con-
firms previous rumors as to tho prosl-
dont's Illness tho array of emi-
nent surgeons nnd the fact that tho
president was not permitted to go
homo to bo operated upon being tho
most disquieting foaturo.
As a result of tho trolley accident at
Plttsfleld Mass. tho president rocolv-
ed several bruises. One of thoso on
tho loft leg between tho knee and tho
ankle hat developed into a small ab-
scess. The prrMclmt Is pntlrrly well
otherwise and has continued to meet
the several engagements of his Itiner-
ary but In View of the coutlnuotisttess
of the abscesses and out of abundance
of caution Drs. Oliver and Cook of
Indianapolis were requested to meet
Dr. Lung the president's surgeon at
Inrtlanapolte. Dr. Richardson of Wash-
ington I). 0. was also one of the num-
ber. In the opinion of the doctors the
trouble necessitates an operation
which they think should he performed
at once. After the operation a the
president will require entire rest
probably for at least teu days or two
weeks It Wis been necessary to can-
cel all of the remaining engagements
of his trip and he will go directly from
Indlanapollf to Washington this even-
ing. Physician say that th case Is
not In any way serious and that there
Is no danger whatever. This state-
ment Is made that the false rumors
may not disturb the people and that
they may be authoritatively advised of
the exact nature of the case.
Signed George II. Cortelyou secre-
tary to the president.
Indianapolis Ind. Sept. 23. Presi-
dent Kooesvalt was placed on the
operating table ready for an operation
for an nbscoss of tho leg at 4:30
o'clock Woltorn time. Dr. hung the
president's own physician ordered the
operation which was performed by
Dr. Jnmeson who attended ex-I'resl-dent
Harrison In his last Illness.
At 5:40 o'clock this ovenlng Secre-
tary Cortelyou gave out the following
"At S:15 the president went from
the Columbia club to St. Vlncont's hos-
pital In his own carriage and shortly
after ho was In tho hospital the oper-
ation required was porformod by Dr.
Goorgo H. Oliver of Indianapolis In
consultation with tho president's phy-
sician Dr. Goorgo A. Lung nnd Dr.
George J. Cook Dr. Henry Jnmeson
and Dr. .1. JdUchardBon. At tho con-
clusion of th evaporation the president's
physicians issuod tho following state-
ment: "As a result of tho traumatism
(brulso) rocolvod In tho trolloy accl-
dont at Plttsflold Mass. thoro was
found to bo a ctirouniBcrlbed collec-
tion of perfectly puro serum In the
mlddlo third of tho left anterior tibial
roglon tho sac containing about two
ouncos which wns romoved. Tho In-
dications are that the president should
mako apeody recovery. It Is absolute-
ly Imperative however that ho should
remain quiet and refrain from using
the leg. The trouble Is not serious
but temporarily disabling.' "
P-sIdcnt Hoosevolt'was carrleij on
a cot to a special car that had boon
pulled to the foot of South streot half
a squaro from St. Vlncont's hospital
nt -i : -15 o'clock. Ho was cheerful and
scorned not to bo In pain. Secretary
Hoot Immediately left for Peoria. Tho
train started for Washington flvo min-
Tho run to Washington will bo a
G R- Jones ?
NINE OUT OF" TEN
CAN TELL YOU.
Security for Depositor Borrower and Bank Our Motto
IMMt HTML MI.
'Ardmore I. T.1
Capital Stock and Additional Liability . . j . .
Largest of any Bank Id the Chickasaw Natloo.
accept small and lnreje accountsand conducta General Banking
. Business for You. Farmers Btockmen and othor business men
make our office their headquarters when in Ardmoro.
OUR bank is a public institution and we advance tho beat interests
of the people and (jive their business our personal attention and
extend to them every facility consistent with safety lo bank and customer.
0. It. Smith. President.
0. M. Campbell Vice-Pres
Leg Cruce Cashier.
Q. W Young. Stockman.
J. 0. Thompson Attorney
C. It. Jones Wholesale and Retail
Sam Noble Wholesale Hardware
J-R. Pennington " Grocer.
R. W. Randol Merchant. J
slow one. Tho train is scheduled to
arrive thnre about 0:30 o'clock tomor-
row night. The president will be tak
en to the temporary White House on
his arrival at Washington. Dr. Lung
wilt remain with him.
Mrs. Roosevelt Informed.
Oyster llay N. Y. Sept. M. Mrs.
Theodore Roosevelt who Is nt Sara-
more. Hill was Informed late tonlsht
of the Illness of her husband in In
dianapolis. Although alarmed at Ilrst.
Mrs. Roosevelt wns greatly reassured
by the encouraging nature of tho re-
port given out for publication by Sec-
retary Cortelyou. It Is expected she
will leave tomorrow morning for
School books nsw anil second-hand
for sale by J. D. Wall & Co. Hook
satchel free to each pupil. ( Huy your
lHMkB from us.
10-tf. J. U. WAhh & CO.
Wo can Insuro your gin this soason
at raasonablo ratos in first-class com-
panlos. Our companlos will pay tholr
losses. Wo roprosont nothlnc but old
rollablo woll established companies
known throughout tho world.
Wo advlso our friends to look out
for wild-cnt companies.
ROBERTS POLAND & BRUCE.
You can't think of doing without a
huggy and slnco you must liavo ono
good Judgmont Insists that you buy
tho Whlto Elophant.
WILLIAMS. CORHN & CO.
A. E. ROGERS
All kinds of Territorial
Drinks. .. Short Orders
East Main St. Ardmorc.
Over T. N. Goleman's
J B SMART & GO
Successors to Son Bros. Co.
If you haven't the cash in
hand we'll sell it to you on the
installment plan so buy a
home and stop paying rent.
The Redfield Agency
Established 1893 Ardmore. I. T.
Foley's Honey and Tar
fo" 'hlldrcn.salc-surc. No opiates.
J. A. BIVENS President DON LACY Vice-President
A. H. PALMER Cashier. W. A. WOLVERTON Asit Cash.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
AF333IVIC3FZE: I. Til
Capital and Surplus $100000.00
Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited. Courteous treatment
Accorded all alike.
HIGH PATENT FLOUR
It Is the Best
TTi0 WHALEY MILL & ELEVATOR CO.
The First National BAnk
of Marietta I. T.
Established 1819 6
Offers to depositors every facility which their balances buainee
and responsibility warrant.
Judge Overton Love Holmes Willis
Geo. M. D. Holford Jas. N. Kirkfatrick
Jas. A. White W. S. Derrick
E. F. Graham H. A. Kirkfatrick J. G. Butler
A GOOD ONE
WHITEMAN BROTHERS Wholesale Distributors
ARDHORE INDIAN TERRITORY.
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