The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 164, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 18, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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Show tliat the Wheeler
& .Wilson In the lightest
running machine on
For Crop Prospects.
Imiuiro or J. C. Kellov
I)a la an'l Btevs N -land
hanaio the Whealer &
Wilson sowing maUtln?
AKDMORK. INI). TER.. WliDNKSDA Y KVKX1NG MAY HI. 1!)(M.
i SUBSCRIPTION 50C KR MONTH NUMBER 16-t
TO GOVERN REMOVAL OF RE
STRICTIONS ON ALLOTMENTS.
Secretary Hitchcock Makes the Same
Public and They Will Require the
Closest Investigation Re-
port to Indian Agent.
WnihliiKtou Muy 17. The interior
(trjnmment has innile public the reg-
uhiMona adopted by Secretary Hitch-
ecck to govern the removal ot the re-
s' r-ftlong upon the disposition ot ai-
lVr.ionta belonKliiR to allottees ot In-
t.iin blood In the InJlnn Terrltor
Tl.y Indian appropriation hill passed
a' the last session ot congress ill-
ivcted thnt the restrictions relating
to lands or members or the live tribes
vlt. are not "f Indian blood shall
be removed and restrictions relating
I j lands cr other allottees shall bo
removed upon application to tho In-
d.aii aKent In charge or tho Union
agency at Muskogee ir. nrtor prop-
er InvostlKatlon ho shall Und thnt
thcii removal will be to the best Inter-
ests or the applicant.
"ho bill further directs tho secre-
tary or the Interior to presenile the
regulations to govern applications.
1'iut Assistant Secretary llyan today
itte that the department would take
every precaution to protect the In-
il'.tns. and that regulations nad been
prepared with that special end in
lev. lie said Agent Shoonrelt.who
. in charge or tho Union agency
would bo directed to make complete
Kfiuiry in each case and to refuse to
l-idorse tho application whore it ap-
peered that tho applicant was not
competent to manage his affairs.
The regulations as published direct
tho agent to report to the Interior de-
partment whether the allottee hassuf-
fklfciit knowledge of ICnglisn to ton-
t'uet business in that language with
full understanding of the details of
the transaction: the extent or his edu-
cation and Intelligence compared
with white men similarly situated in
lire; his business experience and ra-
pntity; how ho has supported himself
aw! his family: whether ho lias Im-
proved his allotment: what live stock
and Improvements lie owns; why It
Mi! be to his advantage to have the
uttrlctlons removed; in case both
husband and wife fllo applications
s '"other both" applications should he
Reproved; the extent of the appli-
cants family mill amount or land he
controls. The nppllcaul must fllo
'vii.ii the agt'iit a statement covering
1. 1 on the receipt of the application
the agent will make a record of It.
After a thorough Investigation he
will send to the Interior department
a icport approving or disproving tho
application. If tho application Is np-
pioved by the agent. Secretary Hitch-
cod; will authorize the removal or
Klectrlq massage scientific facial
purifier scalp llvenor and hair produ
cer. Try It. Tom Hoherts' barber
L. P. ANDERSON President.
C. L. ANDERSON Cashier.
FIRST 'NATIONAL BANK.
Ardmorc Indian Territory.
Designated Depository for Bankrupt Funds of Chickasaw Nation
Capital paid in
The oldest bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and IndiUlualt
sollcltod upon tho most liberal terms consisting with Rood hanking.
W. S. WOLVERTON & SON
Insurance Bonds Real Estate
Tine Larfjes'- and StronKest Auency
in the Two Territorlew.
Managers Ardmorc Abstract Go.
. . .....na.i Illinois Life Insurance Co
uLNhiiAL AObNrsTJuited atHter Fidelity ami Ouarantv Co
Ceneral Orders Frcm Division and
i! 'dquarters Indian Territory Division
United Confederate Veteran
Ardmore I. T. May 2. 1001.
(ionenil Order No I.
The brigadier generals commanding
the several hri;i'-i j! this division
are hereby Jln-ited to require each
tamp In their ntpe'tm brigades to
I romptly in iv. cm c inplote muster
i till of said camp and forward at once
to theso headquarters in order thnt
:he same may ti. compiled and pub-
lished for the bonellt of each camp.
Notify all camps to forward per cap-
ita tax (It not already done) togeth-
er with list of delegates to Cien. W.
K. Mlckle New Orleans in order that
they may have representation at tho
Nashvlllo reunion. The general com-
manding hopes that a full delegation
.'run oneh camp will attend the com-
ii.g reunion at Nashville on 1 Ith 15th
and Kith June. Hound trip rate on a
Ims Ik of one cent e- mile has been
secure 1 Ample Accommodations for
all C'i nfederatos lnve Lien arranged
for at NashvllU
lly order ot
JNO. GAM' Mn J. Oen.
Conimnndlng Ind. Tor. Dtv. U. C. V.
OHO. II. IlltUCU
Adjt. Gen. and Chief of Staff.
To all Camps composing the Chicka-
Your at'-jn'ion Is hereby cnlled to
the abeve jteral onlor or MaJ. Oen.
.'no. I.. Oalt. commander Indian Tor-
ri'ory division U. C. V. and you are
most respectfully urged to have same
lead at llrst meeting of your camp.
V strict compliance to this order Is
Camps composing Chickasaw Brig-
ade U. C. V.:
10" John II. Morgan Anlmorc
(ill A. S. Johnston Ityan
771 Itobt. H. l.eo Ptirccll
811 .loo Shelby Davis
H75 Joe Shelby Chlckasba
1011 Irving Camp MannsvIIlc
1091 I'ltzhugh I.oe Pauls Valley
1217 Stonownll Jackson McOeo
llifil Redford Forrest Uott
ltfUli U-e Mill Crock
1I0S It. M. Oano Sulphur
V2T .1. IJ. Hood Duncan
1420 Alamo Comancho
HIS Wynnewood Wynnewood
ltlit V. C. Itlco Marietta
l-tlVJ Stonewall Jackson Oraham
1 172 I'at Cleburne Tishomingo
1545 V. 1.. Hyrd Ada
KK KirnV- Cheathum Powell
The adjutants of tho above camps
will please forward to tho adjutant at
Anlmore the name of their comman
o'er and number or members nt once
lly order or
I). J. KHN'DALL llrlg. Oen.
Commanding Chickasaw Ilrlgadc U.
J. V OOI.I.KD..I:
Sponsor for Indian Territory.
Oen. John L. Onlt of this city has
appointed Mls ICII.abeth Hard ot
Chelsea ns sponsor for the Indian
Territory to the Confederate reunion
at Nashville. Miss Hard has appoint
cii as maids of honor Miss Cnllle Mo
f.lr of Tahloquali and Miss Heatrice
Danncnburg of Che'scu
Subscribe for the Ardmorelte.
B. F. FRENSLEY Vlce-Pres.
C. S. MAUPIN Ass't Cashier.
PAULS VALLEY DEMOCRACY.
Harmony Wins the Cake and Her
Resolutions Arc O. K.
To the Ardmorelte.
Pauls Valley I. T.. May 17. The
Democrat l convention or the 17th ju-
dicial division or the Indian Territo-
ry met yosterdny In the court room
at this place. It was largely attend-
ed by the democrats troni ilie 2S
clubs in the division. The proceed
ing were harmonious throughout.
There was not a dissenting vote to
any measure that was passed or pro
posed. U. A. Dick was endorsed as
a member or the executive committee
for the Territory. J. T. lllantou and
Pen V. Until) ns delegates for the
territory to the St. Louis convention;
II. Thompson as committeeman for
this district. Tho committee on res
olutions unanimously reported trie
following resolutions which wcro
He It resolved by the representa
tives at this convention that.
We favor llrst of all tho purest
simplest foun of government admin
istered on the most economic basis
We oppose all tariffs subsidies or
taxation that are resorted to to bene'
III an Industry class or Individual.
We hellcvo that wealth should bear
Its burden in the government and
therefore we favor the graduated In
We censure tho Republican party
that out of purely pofittcal expcdl
cuts It keeps a half million of in
telligent citizens from the pleasures
and privileges of freemen ot making
their own laws and selecting their
own officers even denying to them
the poor privilege ot taxing their '
own property to educate their own
Wo favor Immediate single state-.
hood with tho territory of Oklahoma'
en equal terms and nunc others; and
we condemn every effort In congress
to Intorfero with tho suffrage of tho
people of the now state or to lay on
them restrictions other than r.ro dIf-(
ferent from those laid on any other
state In the Union.
We declare that wo will never put-
ronle any school where tho nugm
0 10 no "dnto or our children
and we deny tho right of any agency
i.ii uaiiii tu lii uil lia it ttt. lot euuil
a purpose against our consent.
We indorse the candidacy of our
neighbor it. W. Dick of the city ot
Ardmoie as a good and capable man
to be our representative on the na-
tional executive committee of tho In-
It. McMII-IiAN Ch.
SAM J. KI-N UAI.I
W. IJ. MITCHEM-
H. l ODOM.
W. D. POWHU.
This convention of Democrats Is
pronounced to have been the most
successful well attended and harmo-
nious over assembled In this country
for any purpose.
Admiral Cervera III.
.Madrid. May 17. Admiral Cervera
who led the Spanish fleet out of San-
tiago In critically 111. Utile hope ot
h'n recovery Is entertained.
ARDMORE NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE IND. TER.
Capital Stock and Additional Liability : : : : : $200000.00
We Conduct a General Banking Business for You and
Accept Small and Large Accounts.
C. R. SMITH. President.
C. M. CAniMlliLl.. Vice Ires3
LUIi CRUCfi. Cashier.
(1. V. YOUNO Parmer.
J. C. THOril'SON Lawyer.
THE 8APULPA BIGAMIST. I
Leterted His Family. Disguised Him
self and Married Neighbor.
T.rlslow. . T.. May 17. The sequel
o the desertion of a wife and eight
c'.ildren to marry a nelghlHir girl at
S'.ipulpa seven months ago was en-
noted at llrlstow today when City
Marshal Holmes Davidson arrested
Harvey Anglln. nllas V. I. Simpson
thurged with bigamy.
It will bo remembered that Harvey
iMiflln Ihcd a quarter of a mile from
the. family of A. Stubblellelrl near
Sipiilpa for a year ami by repre-
senting to the daughter of Mr. Stub-
blotleld that a cousin or his from
Kentucky desired to correspond with
he carried on a coresMmdence him-
eit surrepllously and later deserted
lilt family disguised lilmselt went
to I Is own house to see If his dls-
RU'se was complete passed on to
Stiibblefleld's. remaining two days
r.uil .nights mid then married the
dr.ighter or Stuliblefleld as U. I.
in. mediately after the disclosure of
the deception olllcers were plnced on
the track of Anglln but to no avail
riitil a few weeks ago. when the vic
tim of his Infamy returned to hor
pnii'iiis. who had moved near IJrla-
tow Hy means of decoy letters An
gliu was induced to come to Hrlstow
ciienslbly to lcclalm his now wire.
He was identified utter his capture
by Mr. S'ubblenelil and son.
SUPREME COURT DECISION.
Dni.ides That Employes of Railroad
Company Are ' Fellow Servants."
S aHhiuKton May 17. The siipiemo
cunt of the United States today laid
I'cun the principle that a telegraph
oriciator fur a railroad company and
a lU'emau on a railroad engine aro
i'o!low-sor vn nts" and that the negll-
eeire of tbe Inrnier raiisinir the
t 0. ()f Ur. aUer
( was.a r8. (ho roman aSj.
8lmCd anfl wag nf)l ft RmmA rop (lam.
aKansl 10 ralroa( compan
qhu cafcu was hal f Ano A DU.
. Uf(ulMt Xorhorn PacHe ra.
.m.nny for damages for the
tulh f her hmM c A. I)ixotlj a
nan (m tho roa( .lkMl a
jn mmcA . n(filIf;enc0 t
ti lt graph operator.
Drowning of Frank Lane.
Iiiiiton. Ok.. May 17 Tho body or 'u "n" 11 'ximeto.i. mood potMin
I-1 ank Lane who was drowned In a 8Cl ' n" I"'8 tiwia on lib brain.
biiTo creek three miles southeast or A Hma" wtH cut Hioi'Sh his
lore last Thursday has not beenrl;u" llui tlu "H removed but ho
iiMiiul up to S p. ni. although drag-
ring has boon continuously going on
ray and night since that time Blast-
in: powder in large quantities was
exr.'oded the last two days but all
t ' no avail
A remarkable coincidence to tho
in owning is a dream or tho deceased')
i.i'dher. a resident ot Anadarko Ok..
"i!(h was that her son had drowned
In this manner ami at this place. So
o: Monday she wrote him ot hor
di-'.'tm requesting him not to go fish-
ing any more or to that effect. I-ano
t'.ought little of It. and on Thursday
went to his fato in fho manner de-si-lbod
by the mother's dream.
That are ICE SAVERS at
R. A. JONES
R. A. J0NI2S furniture.
SAAt NOWI.I:. Hardware Merchant.
J. R. PUNNINUTON Wholesale flcr-
cliant R. W. RANUOL Hcrcliant.
BLOWN FROM A WELL.
Well Digger Gets the Worst of It and
May Lose One Arm.
Spiclnl to the Ardmorelte.
KolT. I. T.. May IS. Willie placing
a i.hol of dynamite to break up som
r:k in a well at this place yestet-
aftDi'iioo'n John Uarton. a welt
dM:or. was accidentally Idown from
the well. His Injuries are very ac
tions but it Is honed ho will lot-over
ti ongh it will be ucresMtry to a m pit-
tale one arm.
The Oklahoma Lady Musicians Fur-t-
sli Inspiration for Editor
Rt .-nls. Mo. May I". - Hcfi r;-tn
National Kdltorlnl association UmIrj-
a baud composed of young women of
Ok'ahonia played ii number ot nation-
al airs and thoroughly Inspired the
crlegates. A paper by Joseph Pulit-
zer ol New York on the Mnstlttito or
Journalism" was read in his absence
.mil Sir Hugh Ollsean-ltebt of Umdnn
prctident of the World's Press par-
'.:u e-it. made a brief speech.
Young Girls Must Serve.
Herlln May 17. Switzerland Is to
be the llrst country In the world
whole young girls are lo be imulo to
their term in the service of tho
st::te as young men of other countries
ar-; compelled lo serve in tho army.
11-e federal government Is seriously
ti n king of adopting plans of a female
lh.'lclan or Zurich who advocates
lh.it all unmarried girls bo compelled
l y the state to work one year In lios--ii:
Is witliout any remuneration. She
c'aluis that not only would tho hoi-
p tala lie greatly benefitted but that
tile gills themselves would got a
I d.i.lng which would bo or groat val-
ie to them alter marriage.
All hospitals or Switzerland aro
!! rolled and run by the stato with
t.ie exception of a fow minor private
Died From Blood Poison.
Paris. Tex.. May 17. Oeorgo I'os-
te' ill the cmnlov of tbe Texas anil
Pacific railway lor the last ifton
yiars who hud charge or the pump
a Lake tiordou died last night from
L'uid poison. A few dnys ago bo
hcunnc doubled with cutting a wis-
'- " caused sucu pain
failed to recover.
IV the trdinorcltu.
:iiik. i T.. May If. We invo-
lute i ice rains bore and tho crop pros-
poets are very good.
Itciiiio'.is services were hold on the
Km by itev. Hliiekbiirn.
A in. '(-incut Is on foot I. ere to or-
ganize a Sunday school.
I'ur people take tho Week y Ard-
nurelte which re.iches in -vry
Tl.iiri r' at 12 o'clock.
l'iincy mixed drinks Is one or our
nieclaltlps. Kvcry drink that's new
and kooiI yon And nt Kuhn'M. lfj-3
A Tiill line or HtirreyH anil hacks or
the fiimoiiH Moon Ilros". make. There
I- none other so good and I'roddy
makes the pilcn low lC-tt
J. A. BIVENS President.
DON LACY Vice-President.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
Account of flrmi and IndlTlduali
HAMS . AND . BREAKFAST . BACON
Thev Will Please Yo.
Whiteman Brothers Company
THE JAPANESE PLANS
Cjt Off From Communication With
Port Arthur the Muwvt Gen-
eral Can Only Gusm as to
the Enemy's Intention.
St. Petersburg May 17. In "te a'
satire of advlco tho general staf i-
c intituling Its speculation based oi
the latest reports ot the ppearan
o' cotistderHble bodies of the eueiu
In the northwest section ot Man li .
I ln opinion prevails that this Is .m
i.ii'iiRtion of the Intention of the Jai-a-
Che to make an attempt to stop
KiM-opatklu's retreat northward whil
the main Japanese force Is hurlei
nolust l.iao Yang and Mukden. It Is
Lclieved here that the Jnpauote gen-o-als
must appreciate that they would
loze the Irults ot their nchiovement
If Kuropntktu retires unmolested to
llnibiu and there await reinforce
incuts leaving tho invaders to hold
the country nuil thereby losing men
by disease. The Japanese course
w iild have good prospects ot siicco-.-.
if they had sulllclent strength but
the authorities heio are convinced
that the enemy is too weaS to carr
A railroad engineor who has JiHt
ail veil from the Par Kant was quote l
to. lay as saying Hint whou ho talked
wli'.i (ho commandor In chlot In Feb-
ruary the latter wanted nn additional
line built In tho rear of tho Mauchii-
i i a ii army so as to enable It to fall
back and subsequently advance. Tho
"Ooucral Kuropntklu said ho hoped
to ndvanco at the end of Juno. or. In
cire rains Interfered at the end ot
August. I pointed out Unit ho had
'""-K and make a survey to
uVcli Kuropntkiu ropllcd:
'' 'Hiilld Immediately. There Is no
t'mo for a survey. Olhorwlso the
wiinlo territory will be In the ene-
u y s hands."
'''Ickets Tor ICllis musicalo at llonner
t Bonner's. IStf
I. C. Smith and Remington shot-
guns at NOHI.U HltOS.
We have for sale a very dcslrabl
piece of Main street property. Leased
to responsible party for live years.
Will sell this at rcasonablo price.
Six-room cottage good location
harn ('urden. Jt2.li0.
New six-room frame cottage close
In. This is a ond house. IS.
REDFIELD REALTY CO.
Up-Stalrs In Post Office Bids'
ARUriORE I. T.
A. H. PALMER Cashier.
FRED C CARR Asst. Cashier.
solicited. Courteous treatment
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