The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 265, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 14, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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t B1DNKY BUOOH
I Profmbtoh I
A11ML0RH IND. TEK. WEDNESDAY EVENING SBPTEMUKJt 14 1904.
50G PER MONTH NUMBKIl 2G5
A Serious Charge.
Wm. F Roberts and Mrs. O. A.
Leonard la default of n bond of $1000
each wore placed In tbo IVJoral Jail
today charged with an assault to kill
S A. Ixionard huHband of tho woman
near Marietta last Saturday.
In Uie preliminary hearing beforo
Commissioner Robnctt the ovldenco
howcd tliat a itpirlt of Jealousy en-
tered Into tho troubte. IUburta was
constantly paying attentions to Mrs
Loonnrd and aggravated by such tho
husband tried to put a stop to It.
Roberts after striking iA-onard sev-
eral times shot him nnd In tho meleo
he received tho assistance of the wo-
man. Ioonard 1.4 not expected to live and
Roberts has a severe cut In the side.
A party consisting of Mosdamos
Mattle Evotta and W. A. Pride Mr.
and Mrs. I. R. Rest nnd R. T. Dallas
loft yesterday afternoon for Tisho-
mingo on delegates from the Chris-
tian church hero to attend the terri-
torial convention of the Christian
church which Is In session there now.
Rev. J. C. Rood left Monday to attend
tho same convention.
Breakfast at the Lake.
Tho season's horseback riding was
opened yesterday morning by a merry
daybreak party that breakfasted at
the lake. Tho party w.-ib composed or '
I. P. ANDERSON. I'roMdent II. F. FKEXHLEY. Vlci-Piea.
C. L. ANDEIttiON Cashier C.H. MAUPIN' Aae't Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ardmorp Indian Territory
Designated Depository for BanKrupt
Funds of the ChicKasaw Nation : : :
Capital Paid In $ 60000.00
Surplus Funds 180000.00
Tho oldest bank in Indian Territory. Accounts ot Arms anil individuals
solicited upon the most liberal term consistent with good banking.
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. K. SMITH President.
C. Al. CAHPUELL Vice Pres
LEE CRUCE. Cashier.
O. W. YOUNO Partner.
J. C. TriOHPSON. lawyer.
As Sure as
2 plus 2 is 4
R A. Jones'
Is the place to buy Furniture and Carpets
W. S. WOLVERTON a SON
Insurance Bonds Real Estate Abstracts
The largest ami strongest anency In tho two territories.
Managers of Ardmore Abstract Co.
General Aeents IIlnola Life Insurance Co. and United Htatet
Fidelity and Guaranty Company.
J. A. BIVEN8 President
DON LACY Vlce-Presldsnt
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
ardmowe. :. -r:i
Surplus Funds 30000.00
Account! of firms and Indlriduals
Mr. and Mrs. 13 E. Gulltot Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Jones Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D.
Sangster of SouUi McAlester Miss
Jcnnlu Williams Miss Eugenia Tot-
ter of Dallas and R. L. Sanders. At
break of day tho party galloped four
miles to the lake took breakfast at
tho club houe and spent a pleasant
Two Boys Killed.
South McAlester I. T Sept. 13.
t an early hour yesterday morning
a Knty passenger train struck nnd In
stantly killed Claudo Colo and Arthur
Uimport two boys 17 years of ago
Tho accident occurred near Calo
south of this city.
Tho engineer declare tbo boy
woro asleep on tho track. Hoth of
the victims reside hero.
Tho following suits wore filed yes
torday In the district court:
W. H. Wathon vs. Mandn Watson
suit for divorce.
R. C. Mckctt et al. vs. J. J. Dooloy
ot al.. suit for receiver.
R. C. Rlckctt et al. vs. Geo Grlssom
ct al. suit for receiver.
Dr. Mulllns ot Fort Worth special
1st of diseases of the eye ear nose
and throat will be In his oluco at tho
Whlttington hotel October 21-22.
K. A. JONES Furniture.
SAM NOBLE Hardware Merchant
J. K. PENNINUTON Wholesale Her
. W. RANOOL merchant.
A. H. PALMER Catnler.
FRED C CARR Asst. Cashlsr
solicited. Courtecai treiitueb
SENSATIONAL STORY CONCERN.
ING PORT ARTHUR.
Warships Ordered to Sea and Never
Return Ships Unable to Go to
Sea to Be Blown Up Gen.
Stoessel to Surrender Port.
St. Petersburg Sopt. 13. General
Stooseol's message of thanks to tho
ompuror in roturn for tho cross of St.
George of tho ti.lrd degreo Is pub-
lished this morning having ofcupled
six days to roach this city.
Apropos of thl message a friend of
tho heroic commandor of Port Arthur
tolls tho following rather sensational
After deliberation of tho highest
authority of the land a decision was
reached that It was useless to hold
Port Artlurf except for the value of
tho warships there. Accordingly an
Imperial order was given to the Ask-
old by Admiral Wlthoeft. with his dy
ing hreath for the snips to go forth
and not on any account to return. This
accomplished and Russia's honor hav
ing been fully vindicated by its gal-
lant defense the gnrrlcon was to glvo
up Uie fort In ordor to save further
useless loss of life.
The humnne Intention was frustrat
ed by Admiral Ouktomsky'a defiance
of Instructions. Once again the Meet
s to go out. immediately afterward
the hln unlit to go to sea are to be
blown up. and then General Stoessol
who has been decorated with the high
est order for bravery will bo Instruct
ed to surrender the port.
The second Pacific squadron is coal
ing nt Lilian. There Is good re-non
for doubting that it will over
Tho silence of tho Japanese Is rem
iniscent of that which nreceded tho
previous big nttaclis and gives tho
Impression that the Japanese are em
ploying their usual tnctlcs. the nur-
suing armies of OUu and Nodu hold-
ing bnck while General Kurokl Is
operating an extensive Hanking move
The Farmers Combine.
Members or the six fanners" unions
at Terral I. T. have combined nnd
will hold nil their cotton till the 22d
when It will bo sold to the highest
bidder. The unions are reprosonted
as averaging 100 members each so
the bulk of the combine Is largo.
This combine by tho nroducers will
be watched with Interest.
Bad Santa Fe Wreck.
St. John. Kan. Sept. 13. Iicnl
freight train No. 33 on tho Hutchin-
son branch of the Santa Kb collided
with an extra freight train near hero
yesterday. Firoman Walter U. Mc
carty was killed . Instantly and
Hrakcmnn Maco was so badly scald
ed that 'he died later.
There nro three things which
Ardmoro needs and the needs grow
as the cold weather comes on. They
nre a hospital for tho care of tho un
fortunates who aro tinablo to care for
thomsolves a board of charities to
Investigate tho applications to tho
city nnd the benevolent society and a
lllter at tho city lako to filter the
wator which Is usod by tho patrons'
of the city water.
AH members nro urgontly requestod
to meet tomorrow afternoon nt tho
homo of Mrs. W C. Kendall Impor
MRS. A C. CHUCK Sec.
Bargains in Real Estate
bartrutn can bo had In n
-ruum nouap cjiouH i
laicea soon prlco
Also havo a bargain to ofTur In a
block nfolKbt larBH Iota with Lroom
dwelling orcliar.l and barn
We huve aorao illrat)l tulten ot
nfflrea to rent They are aultabltt for
cott-'ii uttlcea. ua they have north
Poat Olllco Ilulldlni; AltDMOKK I T
LULL IN NEWS
QUIET IN FAR EAST BOTH ARM
Thought the Japs Will Carry on the
Campaign Russian Cruiser at
San Francisco In Bad Shape
St Petersburg Sept. 3. Tho em-
peror ha received a dispateh from
General Kuropatkln announcing that
a considerable force of Japanese has
been seen about 2C mile souUiwost of
Mukden. No further engagements are
St Petersburg. Sept. 13. Nochtuige
U reported In tho situation nt tno
front and no confirmation Ik obtain-
able hero of reports that Kurokl is
moving northeast of Mukden. Tho
authorities are noticeably reticent.
St Petersburg Sept. 13 Tho re-
tirement of the Japanese southward
fivim Mukden '.means nothing to a
Russian correspondent who .when
telegraphing tho news calls nttentlou
to the fact Uiat previous experience
hag shown that when tho Japanese
withdrew from the Russian front this
usually was the precusor ot their ap-
pearance on the Russian Hanks. The
correspondent thinks that the Indica
tions point to a winter campaign.
Moreover he says there remain two
lull months the best or the year for
Another correspondent considers It
oxlremely significant that tho Chinese
olllcluls at Mukden have already brok
en off relations with tho Russians.
The clilef of the Chinese olllclnls. lie
says has received orders from the
Japanese to pay tho tax to them.
Lena at Frisco.
San Francisco Sopt. 13. flunrdod
by tho United torpedo boat Paul Jones
the Russian cruiser Lena lies anchor-
ed oft tho Union Iron Works and Is
likely to stay there until the end or
n.ii i . .
Captain Hollnsky reports that olcht'
months nmv ... .
. vH"vu fill k Ull -
vessel In shape. Lieutenant Herbert
of the cruiser New York corroborates
the stnteiiient adding that tho boll-
ers nro nrnollfnll.. i i ... " l"v coiioil was a mast
ers aro practically worthless and tho1.. ..
engines need ..
Washington Sept. 13. It (s author-
Itntivoly announced at tho stato de-
partment Hint ir tho Russian cruiser
Lena now at San Francisco really
needs ropalrs which require nbotit
six weeks" time sbo will bo given tlmo
to malio her seaworthy.
Beginning nt Llttlo HIcKorv en.nit
three mllia ..r a i. ..
KOlnir WftJit nlnni tin. f
..mi. aji fWUHlUIl.-. Llll-Iinit
" n v.h.jiv aim iajiiu
Grovo road three miles
of said roads two miles nnd north nf
cnl.l 1 a . . . I
am luiWR iwo nuios lncluaiDs all
t...un unuviu or cuniruued by mo Ih
ll-lDtll.l nlrr.l...t I II .
H"i"oi nuiuing trespassing in
any manner or cutting of nnv kind
ot timber or wood therefrom or the
pasturing of any stock thereon with
out a wrltt.o.1 consent from me. Ad" "B" '"l .ovonl!?s L Q
or January 21. 187C section 101" n
dian Terrltnrv .V "- I" L !
VUB u ui-
"if any norson ximii hi -
(hunt in the enclosed Pr..ni r
other without m nnn.;.. . ' .
er provlou.lv i..ai.w
er previously obtained or shall null
down or break the lent o or leave open
the gate of tho farm plantation or
other enclosed ground or anothor. tho
party so olfendlng slmll he guilty of
a niiHuomonnor and upon conviction
tbtnof before a Justice of tho peace
fir flthfir ...! ri lin..l.w. 1...I..JI - '
" .... tt.un.nun ui
o.i.n .tiiunsu Bnuii oo nno.i in
sum not loss than ton dollars
ullreu twnars and In
u.u.k payjiiem 01 such lino shall
bo imprisoned lu tho countv fall not
too muii iuU nur nioro man thirty
days (Act Jan. 21. 1875. Section
1012. Indian Territory Statutes
H-U3-W1 W. P. POLAND.
I will be highly ploasod to havo
my frlonds and tho public call and
note my many Improvements.
Every doslrnblo feature in a por-
flowers nnd has n permanence that
outlasts odors costing twice us much.
Per ounce CO cents.
11 J. J. RAMSEY Druggust.
Tied Together By a Rope.
When Jnme Wllkersou and Walter
Steele two World's Kalr visitors
irom Mnscoutnh 111. appeared nt
Union wtation Inst night to catch the
I.. & N. train 'for their home they
were tied together by a hemp rope.
At first the crowd at Uio station was
mystiried and thought that the two
men were prisoners but when It was
learned that the two farmers had tied
themnolve together In this mnnner
to Tit-op from ltlng etioh other It
cmwod much merriment.
When the men came" to the Inform-
ation bureau to Inquire the time of
the departure of tho train they be-
came entangled with several pernm
who were standing nt Uie bureau win-
The cold wave which came down
niHin the city Iat night aroused the
football enthusiast to Uie reality
that winter Is not far off and that
once more football Would bo tho game
of the season. A movement Is on foot
tvi ro-organlso tho football team.
Ardmore won tho championship In
baseball lu the territory the past year
and tied Pauls Valley for tho cham-
pionship last winter nnd It Is now up
to hor to ngaln carry Uio pigskin to
victory. While It Is somewhat early
yet to begin playing tho game. It
will take sometime to get tho team
in shape and tho sooner It Is organ-
ized the bettor. A meeting will be
cnllod soon for all who aro Interested
to como out m that tho pick of a team
can bo made.
Alia. I. T. Sept. 13. U. C. Rowers.
clerk of the Chickasaw townslto com-
mission Is lu the city and giving out
appraisements. Tho largest aniirovol
lot is that of Uio First Natlonnl bank
on Main street this bolng $ 100. Resi-
dence lots are appraised at from ?C
to $30. Everyone soonm In lm u-oll
pleased. There will bo about COO lota
to bo sold at Ada.
The department has beon asked to
havo them sold on about. October 1.
tho lnto of tho lot solos at Holt tin J
Farmcrs Expenolve Smoke.
Rartlott. Toxas. Sept. 13.T-Yestor.
day when starting to dinner J. C
iMcnoiH a inrmor i ving nvo miles
. ... . . .
"ro " order to iignt
ti -i. Brl. n ..l . .
.... w...vt ltW4 WIS 1IE DhUll
bed containing nearly a- half bale 6f
cotton Instantly a span wont through
n crack and tho cotton was n mass
'""" 4 prorapi ac
Hon saved tho running gear of tho
wagon but the bed anil contents were
consumed. It was an oxnonslvo
smoke which ho did not get to enjoy.
Babies Are Quiet.
Sterling III. Sept. 13. Mrs. Kllon
Iiron gave hor two smnll children
morphine to "quiet them and put them
' She succeeded In nfreninniiv "nnint.
' i. i.. n.u . .
IIIK II1UUI. DUL1L ILMI 111:!!!.
I ct... .i i....
nua unuawu inn wasi exonor-
ttlflt sho hail H(vnrnl tlnino nttnilntat-.
eti small doses of morphine to Uio
cnuuren wiiiuout ovll elTocts
The Elks Dance.
Tho Elks gavo a most enjoyable
""gema i-ottor or mi-
a" Mr" a" Mrs. II. D. Sangster
... South Mf..llVB..r ri. ....1
was present nnd enjoyed n dollghtrul
evening. Tho muslu furnished by
mw iuio dancing so
'ea'nMl 1111 u WM lie " 8nial
hours of the night
when the last
dance was over.
Shooting at Dexter
nnlmwvlllo Tex. Sent. 13. At Dox
tor tills county about daybreak this
morning a voting man na.nefi nhnrW
iium was aioi nun iiuniiy wound
od. The weapon used was a shotcun
loaded with buckshot slxtoon of
which punctured the man's body
Sam McKInzlo. a promlnont farmor
b na uilrrf.mlitrml ti li. ..fflnnra
...... v.. . tliv Ulll.U4D
Woman Burned to Death
Shawneo Ok. Sopt. 13. Mrs.
Cooper residing ono milo oast
Shawneo was fatally burned whllo
assisting her husbaml In burning
brush. Sho was bllndod by sraoko
and did not dlscovor h.r dangor until
tho flro onvolopod hor and hor death
occurred In n fow mlnutos. Sho was
-12 yoars old anil Is survived by
Hyo alfalfa wheat and barley.
E. IJ. PUGH
C-lm Ardmoro I. T.
FROM PAULS VALLEY.
Notes of Interest In the Fertile Val-
ley of the Washita.
To the Ardmorelte.
Pauls Valley I. T. Sept. 13. Many
members or the Pauls Valley bar are
In attendance upon the court at Ada.
James Summers colored In report-
ed to hare killed Henry Summers
his brother at a dnnce out on Wild
Horse creek night before last. The
The quarrel la said to have originated
over a dollar. Details of the difficul-
ty are lacking.
Tho SmitR iv railway company baa
a large number of hands at work
taking up the 60-wund rails and re-
placing them with 72-pound mils thus
nmkliu one of tbo mot substantial
.ailroul mriuturos In the country.
There Is a revival among our cltl-astn-
on the Hlk of removing tho rail-
road repair s'.t.ipa to thlK place at the
Junction or tne twi lines of tho Santa
Ko system and many or thoao who aro
In pixtitlon to know think that this
step will be taken very soon.
T .u friends or the n-w electric rail-
road irom OkUhomu City to Sulphur
by the way if Norman Ixlngtou
Pauls Valley. Wynnewood and Davis
stand ren ly and wnltlng to forward
There Is a company bolng formed
and organized at this place by some
of most substantial and businoss men
to begin boring for oil at an early
date within or near tho city limits.
The publishers of the beautiful Bong
"I Walt Alono for You" by tho lato
W. Wesley Wells have sent us a cony
of his last song "My Mercedes"
which has Just beon published and
which ho compose! a few weoka bo-
fore Ms death. It is slmnlv beautiful.
easy tt play melodious and a perfect
adaptation or oxqulslto words to a
beautiful melody. Tho publishers J.
W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co. of Kan-
sas City .Mo aro making a special
prlco of 25 conts per copy. n
Rev. H. H. Grinstead was In tho city
yesterday from Ovorbrook. He .re
ports Uiat Jesao Holland who lives
near that plnconnd who hns many
friends throughout the Chickasaw Nn-
tIou.l8 suffering from a sovero aelgo
of slow .fovc'r ana -has' been very near
death's door. His condition took a
turn for the bettor yesterday and his
family and frlonds hopo to see hlni
up again soon.
C. M. Carter was acqulttod this
morning of Introducing liquor and tho
W. 1 Parker who wn3 tried for im-
personating a Federal officer was
found not guilty.
W. M. Jones wns trlod- this morning
on a chargo of disturbing tho peace.
Tho case was dismissed.
Tho case of tho United States
against Jnck Crow and flvo of his
boye charging them with criminal
assault upon Ed Mnrtin at a tianco
near hero tsomo tlmo ago was on
Jas. Taylor of Kendallville .Iiyl..
was seriously diseased with kidney
and bladder troublo for twenty years.
Ho tosted every known remedy with
out much bouoflt until ho usod Pinc-
tiles. Tills now discovery cured him.
nnd Mr. Taylor advises all persona
sufTorlng from kidney or bladder trou-
blo to got a bottlo of PIneulos ntoace.
Sold by City Drug Store.
Tho following ontrlos aro recorded
at tho United State Jail:
H. Stnndlfor Insanity.
Atl Kemp larceny.
W. P. Roberts and Mrs. G. A. Leon-
are. assault to kill.
Rye alfalfa wheat and barley.
E. II PUGH
ti-lm Ardmoro I. T.
Attention Red Men.
Tho council brand of Washita Tribe
No. 33. Improved Ordor of Red Men.
will bo lit Wednesday evening nt 7:30
o'clock. All chlofa and warriors will
assomblo at tho wlgiwam promptly
U that hour. Thcro will bo nomo-
fclng doing and a smoker. Dy order
J. T. BARNWELL Sachem.
Notice to Rebekahs.
A special Invitation Is extended to
all mombers of Ardmoro Robckah.
l-odgo No. 20 to bo prosont at tho
regular session Thursday night.
Thoro will bo something to talk
abov.t and refreshments.
II ATT IE MOH1TZ N. G.
For men's nnd boys' furnishings of
all kinds go to
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