The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 50, Ed. 1, Monday, January 5, 1903 Page: 1 of 8
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VOLUME X. 8IDr??oGH?9'
AKDMOBE IND. TER. MONDAY EVENING JANUARY 5 1903.
SUBSCRIPTION. $5 h YMR. NUMBER 50
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13 CURRENTLY REPORTED AND
The Downfall of the Sultan Attributed
to Violation of Sanctuary of Mos-
que of Sultan Mullah Edrls.
A Most Sacred Place.
Madrid. Jan. 4. Tho report that tho
protendor and his troops have ontercd
Fez 'Is Bonorally bollcved. It la known
that tho Inhabitants aro gonorally op-
posed to tho sultan and that tho Jews
who compose one-tenth of tho popula-
tion including a largo sharo of tho
wealthy ones aro anxious for tho sul-
tan's overthrow on account of oxtor-
tlons to which they havo been subject-
ed by his officials.
Most of tho Moors and Arabs who
form a majority of tho population aro
also opposed to tho sultan.
Tho fall of Fez thcroforo has been
anticipated and Booms to.prcsago tho
overthrow of tho sultan.
Fez is tho capital of Morrocco and
is not only a center of flourishing
manufacturers but also of Moham
It is surroundod by walls of llttlo
uso against artlllory. Tho streets aro
narrow dark and dirty. Tho houses
aro high wltu flat roofs on which tho
pooplo spread carpets to enjoy tho
cool breezes of tho evening.
Tho city includes moro than 200
mosQuos and to tho sacred character
at ono of theso mosques tho fall of tho
proscnt is largely due.
Tho mosquo In question is that of
Sultan Mullah Edrls tho founder of
Foz who is venerated as a saint and
yhoso remains aro deposited there.
This mosquo is tho most sacred sane-
. tuary in all tho country affording safe-
j ty and protection to tho most atrocious
criminals. From this mosquo tho
.present sultan caused tho mur-
derer of a European to bo taken and
publicly executed and tho. sultan's in'
vaslon of tho sanctuary caused a thrill
of horror throughout Morocco and
added greatly to tho strength of tho
( Tho sultan's palace In which ac-
cording to tho report ho fortified him-
self for defense is an immenso struc-
ture situated on an olovation in what
is known as tho "Now City." Tho
gates aro always kept closed no per-
son being admitted except those par-
ft has trong walls and batteries a
I. P. ANDERSON B. F. FRBR3LEY
Preildent. YIes Preildent
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Ardmore. Indian Territory.
Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds n Chickasaw Nation.
Capital paid in $ 60000.00
Surplus and Profits 140.000.00
. The oldest bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and Individuals
solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with Rood banking
ROBERTS POLAND & BRUCE
W. S. WOLVERTON &ISON
citadel and largo barrackB. Its mar-
kets aro well supplied and with troops
loyal to him tho sultan could bold out
Uiero for a long tlmo.
WYNNEWOOD IN LINE.
Hold Meeting Saturday Night and Se-
lect Delegates to Oklahoma City.
Special to tho Ardmorolte.
Wynnowood I. T. Jan. i.At tho
call of Frank M. Hoblnson mayor of
Wynnowood a largo mooting of cltl-
zona camo togothor Saturday night
and olectod J. A. Taylor as chairman
of tho meeting and Frank Harris for
its secretary and proceoded to Uio
election of dologntos to tho slnglo
statohood convention to bo hold at Ok-
lahoma City on tho Cth Instant.
Tho following citizens wore select-
ed and agreed to go; H. D. Knight
John Dougherty C. D. SIpes George
Prim Dr. Tlios. Walker W. D. Crump.
John H Walner J. H. Esllnger Dr.
W. E. Sottlo Thos. Flolds J. A. Tay-
lor Judgo J. T. Wheeler Judgo C. G.
Kean Bob Tyroo T. B. Fossengor Dr.
T. C. Wyatt J. A. Prince. J. W. Mitch-
oil F. J. Hargls Ira Mltcholl II. Mc-
Millan H. T. Long Perry Froman
John Carr Fred P. Jennings Frank
U. Hoblnson C. E. Haley Postmaster
Honry Norman Rov. J. M. Martin F.
M. Brown Itov. Sam Goddard Rov. E.
U Massey S. P. Slover J. H. Loo-
wrlght Jas. Kemp A. T. Schmidt J. C.
Morgeson Sr. W. A. Vaughun Fred
Porry Mr. Schofmeyor Dr. J. W. Wat-
son E. P. Hollo E. A. Butt P. R. Es-
crldgo Alt Kendall W. F. Mooro Dr.
H. P. Wilson Dr. E. E. Norvoll and
It will bo seen that theso aro repre-
sentative men of tho country. They
go full of Interest and enthusiasm In
what It is expected that immenso con-
vention will do.
The following commltteo was ap-
pointed on transportation: Frank L.
Robinson J. T. Wheelor and J. II. Es-
llnger. It Is hoped that a special train may
bo furnished to carry tho pcoplo along
tho Santa Fo routo and that thoy all
may bo able to go and return In ono
da'- . ..
Swap your old furniture for now
4-tf. HAM & HILLIS.
Banquet at Durwood.
Tho pooplo of .Now Durwood will
celebrate Jackson day Jan. 8 with a
big ball and banquet. Tho effort Is
being mado to raiao funds to bo used
In tho construction of a school build'
Tho Ardmoro Ico Co. sells Ardmoro
coal. 'Phono in your order. 2-tf
C. L. ANDERSON S. H. T0RBEIT
Too Late! Too Late!!
That's a bitter cry
on a bitter cold night."
Insure before yon
have an accident and
when it is too late to
cry for the milk is
spilled . . . . t
We Give You Protection.
That Is What' You Need.
A $51000 FIRE IK DALLAS
NEGRO BOY AND TWENTY HEAD
OF STOCK BURNED.
Early Morning Blaze In Dallas Causes
Loos of Life and Property at Fac
tory on Hughes Circle Loss
Amounts to $54000.
Dallas Tox Jnn. 5. Sunday morn
fng shortly aftor i o'clock flro totally
destroyed tho ofllcoe candy and vine
gar 'manufactory and tho stables of
Hughos Urns'. Manufacturing company
on Hugho-j Circle near tho Intersec
tion with South Ervny street. Tho loss
was $51000 the lnsuranco $2776r A
negro boy and twenty head of stock
woio burned to death in Uio barn.
The soparato building used for manu-
facturing purposes was untouched by
The flro started In tho northwest cor
ner of tho stable. Its origin Is un
known. Tho floor In that comer was
always wet as tho hydrant UBcd in wa
tering tho stock was situated there.
It Is tho opinion of tho owners that
tho stablo was either sot on flro or
by an Incendiary or by an eloctric
wire. Tho lights wero always on at
night so that tho watchman could
moro easily mako his rounds. Ho
was supposed to do that every half
hour. Ono citizen who arrived early
on tho scono says that tho flro seem
ed to bo burning upward from somo
place undorneath tho barn which
stood high on poles over a branch.
Just lnsldo tho door of tho stablo
a young negro lay sleoplng. His narao
waB J. II. Williams. Ho had been left
thero by tho regular hostler Richard
Johnson who was out at tho time.
Johnson returned early in tho excite
ment ran Into tho stablo felt on tho
cot for tho young negro but in his
hurry missed him. It is bolioyod that
ho may havo suffocated before anyono
arrived to awake him.
Flro Chief Mageo and John V.
Hughes met at tho door of Uio stable.
"Savo my horses!" cried Mr. Hughes.
Smoko was pouring out of ovory crov-
Ice but all sides was still savo for tho
crackle of tho flames. Tho horses and
mules lnsldo had already suffocated.
Thero woro sixteen horses and four
mules lnsldo and not ono was saved.
"I regret most of all tho Iobs of my
horses" said Mr. Johhn Hughes to a
reporter yesterday. "I havo been ten
yoars matching and grading theso ten
teams. It is sad to lose them all in a
nighL The pair of black mules cost
over $400. Indeed all of tho stock
cost bctweon $300 and $400 a pair."
Stored in tho stablo wac also a part
of tho manufactured goods. They
wero put thero when tho old wooden
We are real anxious to have you call
and look at our carpets. We are proud
of the pretty patterns and prond of the
short timo in whioh we can get out
your carpet and put it on your floor.
We have a number of remnants in car-
pet and matting to go at reduced prices.
C. R. JONES
Security for Depositor Borrower and Bank Our Motto
'Ardmore I. L1
MM Stock ai Mitel lilf . . . . i20D.000.00
' Largest ot any Bank
WE acceptsraaUandlarceaccountsandconducta General Banking
Rimtnesift for You. Farmers stockmen and other businessmen
M..t.A nnM nf1na f tiali h amlnn off ara
OUH bans is a public institution anu weauvanoe uiq ueat uuertmie
of the people and jivo their business our personal attention and
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extend to tnora every lacuuy consistent wun Biuety w uun uuu cub-
0. R. Smith President.
0. M. Campbell Vico-Pres.
Lee Crude Cashier.
Q. W. Young Stockman
J.O. Thompson Attorney
manufactory was torn down to mako
room for a new building for which
excavations aro now under way. Tho
phnrmncoutleal building which is sep
arate from tho other two was un-
touched by tho flames. Tho ofllco
rooms wero tho toast damaged. All
tho papors and books woro saved
though they wero wot and black.
8lx of tho firemen nnrrowly escaped
death. Thoy had mn a lino through
a window fighting tho flro on ono of
tho worst sides and hnd JUBt gotton
out of the way whon tho wall fell. Tho
lino of hoio was caught and destroyed.
Tho boys had not hnd tlmo to pull it
on of dangor.
Thoy say that It was a scary tlmo
for all thoso who woro fighting; two
big vinegar tnnkn wero steaming hiss-
ing and blowing off whllo hot walls
woro falling-without tho least notlco
In tho world.
Tho buildings and tholr contents
woro totally dostroyed making tho
loss $61000 with $277B0 Insurance.
ALBERT RENNIE FOR JUDGE.
Pauls Valley Republicans Make In
dorsements for Judge and Attorney.
Spcrial to Uio Ardmorclto.
Pauls Valloy I. T. Jan. 4. Saturday
night at an enthusiastic meeting of
tho Pauls Valley Itopubllcau Club a
resolution was mado that Hon. Albert
Ilcnnio of thla placo Iks appointed by
tho president to tho position of Unit
ed States Judgo for Uio now district to
bo created out of Uio north part of tho
Southern district of tho Indian Terri-
tory. Also tho club Indorsed Henry M.
Carr for tho position of United States
nttornoy for tho now district.
A resolution was passed that it was
tho senso of tho meeting that congress
Immediately passed a bill Uiat Oklaho-
ma and Indian Territory bo admitted
ns ono stato to Uio Union.
ROCK ISLAND SPECIAL.
8eclal Train From Addlngton to Ok
lahoma City Tomorrow. .
Spoclal to Uio Ardmoreltc.
Addlngton I. T. Jan. 3. Mr. Dun
can traveling passenger agent of tho
Hock Island was In Addlngton today.
Ho authorized Uio statement that an
excursion would bo run over his road
to tho statehood convention at Okla
homa City leaving Addlngton on
Tuesday morning Uio Gth at 7 a. m.
TJ10 train from hero will bo Joined at
ChlckaBha by ono from Lawton mak
ing In nil eight coaches which will
arrive at Oklahoma City at 10 a. m.
leaving thero aftor Uio convention clos
es. Faro for tho round trip $3.
Addlngton will bo thero In full forco
and will assist in ovory movo to help
got statehood as our politics Ib Ad
dlngton and our religion tho Indian
Territory and God helps them that
Id the ChlekasavlNatton;
vahan in Arilmnrn.
1 . 1 I J. A 1.
C. R. Jones Wholesale and Retail
Sam Noble Wholesale Hardware
J.R. Pennington Grocer.
R. W. Randol Mnrchant. J
MARLOW MA83 MEETING.
Indorse Nelson Bill and Select Dele
gates to Oklahoma City.
Special to tho Ardmorclto.
Marlow I. T. Jun. 4. A rousing
mass meeting was held at this town
today at which resolutions woro pass-
ed unanimously indorsing tho Nolaon
bill and about fifty prominent citizens
woro elected dologntos to tho conven-
tion to bo hold at Oklahoma City Jnn.
6. Not n dissenting volno was heard
ngalnst tho resolutions favoring tho
Nolson bill and if all towns voico tholr
sentlmonta ns Marlow hns wo will
mako a show thnt will convlnco our
doubting frlonds thnt tho Nelson bill
Is tho propor thing for uti.
DELAY CATTLE TAX.
Indian Police at Marlow Meet Poor
Special to tho Ardmorolto.
Marlow I. T. Jan. 4. Tho Indian
polico hovo boon hero for a day or so
trying to collect money from our cat-
tlemon who havo stood them off for
somo tlmo. Tho police lioro seemed
to meet with poor success bo far as
collecting was concerned nnd left on
Uio northbound Hock Island today for
Stato ownership of tho coal fields
and mineral claims as a boso of rov-
onuo for school or public building pur-
poses In Indian Territory when sho
comes in as a stato seems to bo fa-
vored strongly hero.
Elks of Dallas Robbed.
Dalian Jan. 4. Thieves last night
succeeding In abstracting from Uio
cofTors of Dallas lodgo of Elks a sum
of money estimated to bo between
$50 and $C0.
Tho robbery was accomplished by
aid of an ax and at Uio oxpenso or
tho cldb's cash register which was
smashed Into small bits.
J. A. BIVEN8 President
A. H. PALMER Cashier.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE. I. -13
Capital and Surplus $100000.00.
Accounts of firms and Individuals
HIG1H PATENT FLOUR
It is the Best
Mb'rae WHALEY MILL & ELEVATOR CO
The First National BAnky
of Marietta I. IV
Offers to depositors every facility whieh their balances Ibusisfii
and responsibility warrant.
Judge Overton Lovh
Geo. M. D. Holford Jas. in. Kirkfatrici
Jas. A. White W. S. Derrick
E. F. Graham H. A. Kirkpatrick J. G. Butler
ENLOE & FANN
When they have dono your dental work it can not
bo improved upon. .' .' .' .' .' .
Cruoo nulldlni; Opposite P.O.
A GOOD ONE
WH1TEMAN BROTHERS Wholesale Distributers
ARDHORB INDIAN TERRITORY.
Bishop Brook's Decennial
Guthrie O. T. Jan. 4. Tho doccn-
nlal of lit. Itov. Francis Koy Urooko
Episcopal bishop of Oklahoma and In-
dian Territory will bo celebrated In
Quthrlo during tho coming week. Tho
annlvorsary of Ulshop Drooko's ap-
pointment to tho blshoporlc will bo
largely attonded many churchmon of
noto throughout tho United States will
he In attondonco. Tho services will
begin Monday oonlng with an addrcsa
by tho bishop of Kansas and will cloeo
Wednesday ovonlag by a sormon by
nishop Garrett of Dallas and n ad-
dress by Bishop Tuttlo.
An olognnt now lino of babies' chil-
dren's nnd misses' shoes at Hamilton
& Co.s Shoo Storo Tor Christmas
FOR SALE I
. Comer Lot 120x190 Sir
Room Dwelling Orchard
Hum Grnpe Arbor Well
Good Location. A Bar-
Kniii nt $800.
Warehouse lot 230x100
trnok facilities tbreo rail-
A 4-roora Dwelling two
blocks north of the court
A 4-room Dwelling nice
lot 75x150 Gth Avo. and
A Btreet N. W.f 0650.
Four room dwelling closo
in $10 per month.
THE REDFIELD AGENCY
Ard more. I. T.
DON LACY Vice-President
W. A. WOLVERTON Asst. ChUr.
solicited. Courteous treatment
- - - Phone 121.
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