The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 294, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 19, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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I PnorBlUTOk j
AltDMOBJfl. END. TER. WEDNESDAY EYEN1NH OCTOBKR H). I SUM.
SUBWNON 50C PER MONTH
CHICKASAWS STUBBORNLY RE-
FUSE TO BEAR PART EXPENSE.
Will Not Be Allowed to Attend the
White Schools Recently Established
Except Where They Are Willing
to Pay Tuition.
Tho Muskogee Evening Times anys:
Tho Chickasaw Nation .will have to go
Its own way in tho matter of schools
and tho wlilto chllclron of that nation
will got sixty now schools established
out of tho appropriation made by con-
gress for schools ln'Inrilau Territory.
The Chlcknaaws hnvo refused to
bear out nny part of the expense of
schools for both whiles and Indians
and tho government olllrlnls bnvc de-
cided that Chickasaw children will not
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uu iiiiuwuu uj luienu uio scunois iori
whit mrentH- n.ti.ii.ii
when they pay tuition which a """f "it" every Majestic
families have signified their Intention oll thl woolc at Hlvoiw. Corhn
f n .1. .i .i '& rrenaloy's. Don't got loft. 17-6
of doing. All tho other nations have
been glad to co-operate with tne gov- Remember.
eminent in school matters but the; The Farthing Brothers can give you
Chlckasaws have consistently refused n nrst.engg Job or stcam dyelng(
to (1 B0 cleaning and pressing. 16-3
Ii P. ANDEnSON. President
C. L. ANDEH80N. Cai-hlor
FbBST national 11
Ardmore Indian Territory
Capital Paid In
Surplus Funds .
Tlio olileat hank In Inihan Turrltory. Account of tlrms nml Inillvliliml-
solicited upon Ilie moat liberal turm cnnslxtont wltli uoori liankloi:.
J. A. BIVENS President.
PON LACY Vice-President.
Account jf ftrmi fturt inaiiiiiuMlb
W. S. WOLVERTON a SON
Insurance Bonds Real Estate Abstracts
The lawit and stninRP.st n coney In tho two torrltrl.
Managers of Ardmore Abstract Cc.
General Agents IIlnol Lite tuaurnncn Co. nml United StUa
Fidelity and Ounranty Company.
ARDMORE NATIONAL B
ARD1HORE RND. 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. CAHPIIUU. Vice Prss
LEB CRUCB. Cashlsr.
n w. YOUNn rarmer.
- J. C. THOni'SON Lawyer.
The Chlckasaws have but twenty
schools all told fifteen day schools
and fivo boarding schools. --In these
tho school warrants are two years be-
hind and arc Belling for GO cents on
the (Mllar nnd it Is almost Impossible
to get teachers under such circum-
stances. Tho Chickasaw Authorities
refuse to have anything to do with the
general tribal supervision of schools
by the government and as a result
have the poo rust school system in the
territory nnd .fewer children In school.
Thore Is now $2C000 at the eoutiunnd
of tho Indian agent to pay Chickasaw
teachers hut their tribal warrant on
schools is In suah condition thnt u
statement on warrants etinnot be ob-
tained und the agent cannot pay the
monoy until ho can get such a etnto-
ment as a guide.
There Is a good ninny Choctaw chl!
dron In tho Choctaw Nation and those
will he allowed to nttend the wbite
schools in the Chickasaw Nation.
Tho Chlckasaws never maintained
schools for negroes in that nation.
Remember a set of the best cook-
ing I'lnnslls made of copper steel
P1"1 "amol. worth 17.50. given away
I). V. I'ltK.VSLBY. Vlcu-Pios.
C S. M.U'PI.V Ah'I Cnihli-r
A H. PALMER Casnier.
FRED C. CARR Asst. Caihlei
5 3 v sir a?
R. A. JONI3S Purniture.
SAn NOni.l:. Hardware Merchant.
J. R. PliNiSINUTON Wholesale Her.
R. W. RANUOL Herchant.
FATE OF GREAT BATTLE STILL
IN THE BALANCE.
Russians Admit Kuropntkln's Severe
Reverse of Last Week But Are
More Hopeful Now Swollen
Streams a War Factor.
.Mukden Oct. IS. Throughout tho
vholo of Mnkdon thoro can bo hoard
dlatlnclly cannonading In the south.!
ti'ltf..!. t iwitt.M fll.M..!.. 41. n. ....
now enteriiiK on the second week.1
The deaperateneHH of he I t.le t
peclally nenr Slinklie. hag not been
equalled since tho war began. Tho
ferocity of the IIkIiUiik has driven out
of the minds of the soldiers all thought
in In an atmosphere of sudden d aU..
havo lost a thought save to conquer.
Tho losses on both Hides have been
enormous but this Is forgotten In the
crowding of dreadful events upon each
other. The fighting still continue
t inioi.inr ri.t i Ibciio
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of the bloody battle below Mukden Is
There Ih cortainlv no rout nml no So
danond of wor ofilce has not yet Blv-
en no nil bono thnl Knninatkln will
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MUdo nr. !7In mine. rint
the night but the roar of artillery did
not cease for a moment. The day
broke cold and the roads have been
ruined by rain.
foklo Oct. 1S. The Russians fierce-
.ly assailed Cienornl Oku and attacked
cnerals Nodzu and Kurokl on Monday
night but were everywhere repulsed 1
still In the bianco. Theie Is no at ani Cr.lk cnKei! Thc choctaw Nation "'"'hTloln" district by an unknown ' l""' "
tempt to minimize the character of s w (! uvimer et nl v lnrl' w" ls 11 J111 l"-e. Hidch-of 110 rlUfH of tho lvo 'lv1d tribes
the reveive surf.Te.l by General Kuro- j V erly Indian Inapcctor- whllo U1hs Wils sll n lme" n'"1 '"e'1 in'' NMUm- m0l
patkln last week but as yet there has the 0IU from tIl0 Grook Nat;on atantly. .lust what brought nU.ut the r LrT'Zi'tlfZ
St. Petersburg Oct. IS. The - an- appeal of tho government nnd wroto ttiU a downward plungo from 80 le- Mrs. Sarah J. Reynolds to 0. C. Mc-
nouncement from Washington of peace a lengthy decision which was consld- XICes. Townrd morning thoro was an-' ( of S. W. ' Section 35
prassion in government circlos. It has'ered a reversal of his first decision. uor decline und HiIb morning I'.ros T. 2 S. It. 1 B.. for ?12S0.
prossion Ingovermont circlos. It has I Judge Clayton was appealed to In were Indeed comfortuble tho therrnom-1 Holla Alexander to Bd rryrd N. EX
aroused only resentment. j tho South McAlester case Just a3 thc'uter marking 10 degrees. Tho oliillj" Vi "f S. B. of N. K. Section 32
I Indian Inspector and Indian .Pollco Jntmosphere however bad a bracing T. 1 S. It. 2' K... for J20.
St. Petersburg Oct. IS. Tlio olllclal arrived to close the stores of tho lo-ofroct on most overyor.e and thoro!
veil today was 1 tried from tho ghastly cal merchants who refused to pay Wl.r0 few complaints. In fact lie boat: Burglarized.
tragedy around Shakhe. but out of the
fragmentary mass of information at
luuid it Is possible only to conclude i
that the costly withdrawn! and retreat 1
r ... t t.w v.trr u Iwilnt i1nn1lrntol
upon nn even grander scale. Oenrral
Kuronatklu's sUry loaves tho ftus-
1 ... .....
slans stilt tenaciously holding the
north bank or tho Shakho river but
tho general belief Is that this Is only
tho desporalo llnalo of ono of the
greatest military dramas ot history
and that tho Russian army ns a whole Choctaw suit.
Is retiring toward Mukden having sur"- Judge Townsond came In this moni-
tored at tlio most conservative ostl- Inw with two decisions propared. It
mate a loss of over 30000. Of tho lelt is expected that both will ho handed
flank which was ono of tho most im- d-wn Tuos-day or Wednosday. Tho
pnrtant points in tlio lino ot battle docket for the term follows:
absolutely nothing Is hearl. which Monday October 17 1904.
loaves the Inference that it Is not In a Sass ft Crawford vs. Chas. Thomns
position to communicate with tlio re-
rnalner of Uio army.
; AU tho wounded are being cared for
'ilnrbln. farther north. It is under-
' stood that the correspondents also have
been ordered to Harbin which lndl-
I ..... ...ill
cates inni me reireui win iiul uvui.
stop at Tie Pnss.
Tho weather conditions are ovon
worso than during the retreat from
I.iao Yang. Strenms are bank lilgh
and fords aro Imnnssablo. nnd it tho
Russians aro on tho wrong side tho
Hooded rivers may only ompnaslzo the
completoness ot tho disaster.
Six thousand wounded arrived at
Mukden on Saturday alono.
Tho remnrkablo fcaturo throughout
Is tho popular sympathy with Oonornl
Kurotmtkln. Vlccmy Aloxloft Is
again cbarged with responsibility for
Kuropntkln's attempt to tako the
aggressive. Pity rather than criticism
Is awarded tho ill-starred gonoral; but
It Is felt among army oUleors thnt the
military prostlge ot the whole of Itus -
da baa so suffered at his hands that
is Imposaihlo that ho enn ovor be giv
en tho chnnco to rotrlevo tlio dla-aster.
NOW IN SESSION TRIBAL TAX
Judge Townscnd has Prepared Ce.
clflons In the Two Cases and the
South McAlester nnd Wagner
Cases Will be Deolded Soon.
Thin evening the United
Crilirl fif Mntifuila u-nit f.ulln.l In i-Hrt?
.''. ' ' u'" "lllJrI1- nicuenaon. Judge.
. .. . 1 " V . "V.8"' MrAlmler Cnpltal.
l i'-.unn proBiiiiug auti .lungea liiu.
Townaend nnd Clayton on the bench.
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tle lar81' '"" c lt"!M I" tl.e
'rpectivo district courts.
As this is what Is known
opinion term" no oral argument will
"t wwr rr it"bou
J" Z" ' m LT'C ' T Inr
"v" b" 'P. MoTof the time wU
be sent in rendering opinions on
eases already hoard
nter0Bt nnturany c()ntors on Ul0
fW0U8 lrllm nx suu wleh wu hQ
! Townaend or the Southom nistrict
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wiiK nHBimif.fi h vii'i: iit urniinrifii
u. (vvM(m of both the Choctnws
ri..iti inUui. t
t1CR0 caS0Si ho government through
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"l . lwu "
coueci a iriuai lax upon an soouh
shipped into theso two nations. The
" uiis (irvti iuuuiii;iuii in wiu uuil'uiuu.
Tllu HuBtcr & JoIles ca8(J camc from
Ilg0IUr whcro tho storo owned by
t... n....l nlm. K.l 1... ...Iflr.
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from the Indian Inspector after Hus-
tfr ft Hrown refused to pay tho trl-
bal tux. An Injunction was granted by
Judge Raymond and tho stores re
opened. Tho day following Judge Clay-
ton's decision on the Choctaw tribal
tax caso Judge Raymond granted an
the tribal tax. A temporary restrain-
Ing onlor was granted nnu inter mo
order was mado pormnnent.
As both Jmlgo Clayton nnd Judgo
Tlnvmniiil lmvn ffinn Oil TOCOrd 111 ttlO
cases 'thoy will bo disqualified In tho 1 ..stimated that there will he nr. In'"1"' mil(le 0t .f 11 loltar Kold "Icc0;
consideration of their own cases. Judgo (-ense In tho cfiT.on yield or nt lant ' wm' tu'"u No ono was at homo tvl
...in ii.. Mio.nw'.r . ...i. the time of the burglary. It seoma
Raymond will sit when tho Choctaw
caso Is up but will rctlro when tho
Creek case is called whllo Judgo Clay-
ton will act in tho Creek caso and re
tire during tho consideration of tho
el al.. Hoiiuiern. lownsenu juugo.
! T.eo Scroggins ot nl. vs. V. C. OH-
ver Southern. Townsond Judge
C. O. ft C. It. It. Co. vs. John O-
Nesky Central. Clayton Judge
S. L. Williams ot al. vs. V. M. Ilry-
n.. C-...1 1. T.iii.M amid lnilfT.i
..... ani.. " .mw.... j..nu.
' Sass ft Crawford vs. Minnlo Thorn-
as et nl. Southom. Townsond Judge
J. Henry nick vs. Aaron Ross et nl.
Northern. Gill Judge.
J. C. Jlohart et al. vs. J. H. Clark
Southern. Townsond Judgo.
Tishomingo Bloctrlc Ugh and Pow-
I or Co. ot al. vs. 7.. T. iJitrton South-
em. Townsond Judgo.
M. 1C. ft T. Ry. Co. vs. W. 51. Smith
Northern. Olll Judgo.
M.. K. ft T. Hy. Co. vs. John Wll-
holt. Northorn. Olll Judge.
j Jim Harrison ot al. vs. Chas. B.
nox Noruiom. i.in jungc.
j St. L. I. M. ft S. Ity. Co. vs. I A.
Keys Northorn. Olll Judgo.
Tlracoy-Wells Construction Co. ve.
'c. N. Judd Central. Clayton Judgo.
It W. C. Hurrouh8 vs. United Statea
- Northern. Olll Judgo.
J. C. Bobart et al. vi. J. 0. Cinrk
Southern. Townsond judgo.
W. W Miller vs. Springfield Wagon
Oi.. Northern. (1111. Judge.
J. 1 Long vs. II. II. Oarvln et al..
Northern. Olll. Judge.
M. Knhn ft Hro. vs. J. l Bledsoe
trustee. Southern. Towuietid Judge.
It. lllnkle vs. A. T. ft S. 1 lty. Co..
Northern. (1111 Jmlgo
.Joseph Hill et nl. vs. I. 15. Harmon.
Southern. Townsond Judge.
Alice II. Davis vs. First Nnttonal
Hank Wewoka Western. Itayniond
Pureeli Cotton Seed Oil Mill to.
V. (1. ninnctmnl et Southern.
V. S. Wolvorlon ft Son va Stanley
It. Bruce et nl.. Southern. Dlckeraon
W. K. Hell vs. P. (. I.nnham Smith-
em. Townaend. Judge
( Smith VS. Armour PanklllK
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St. I'eteraburg Oct. IS. Tho follow
K uvulKll .civeu imm lb...
"The Kuaaiaua repulsed a .lapunoao
attack on their right whip durlnB lhe18)(;; llI1(1 wlieruas. It is not American
.night of Oct. 17 and seined tho vIIIiiko
r ShalandHtky on the hank of the
KILLING IN GAINESVILLE.
Leslie Hotchklss Instantly Killed By
Snoclal to tho Ardmorolle
nalnesvllle Texas Ocloi.er -
'"usMiie. leas Octonei 1.).
Yoiinir Ij1Iii nf ihk rllv
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wn" K'10' nn1 14101 lnl n8'11 110
unMVl 8 weei Far'
10 1110 Ardmoreite.
Onlnoavlllo. Tex.. Oct. 19.-In the
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inanity ui i (iiiiii.-n v bun nan uoci
eunrliini'in1 milto nn liuu-li "si nml fair
""" as Is In full sway here. Parker s
Amusement company Is hero with
everything from the red lemonade
Kt.tuil f In Hin will! nnltnnl atina- Ihriti. '
' ' I
lh0.oop 1M(lor Crca tont Tl0
"gang" Is immense for a big tlmo with
all their troubles loft behind.
The first real touch of winter wcath
cr manifested itsolf last nlglit shortly
nftcr the rain set In tho thermometer
r n )nst month was almost unbenr
able. Kur neariy twenty days the hot-
tont weather for years was ovpeti-
enrod. Tho dry unhjny wuathur
hfwl n tnuu nffnnt mi nltnn nn 1 It In
lfi por cent as a result.
Tho weather man who linn an eitnle '
oyo for all things ordinary am! extra-.
ordinary says that winter u'lt- heepm
in earnest so tnko his a Ivico unit jov
ern joiirself accordingly.
The fact that a largi ilook of cofo
went south last uig'it w.ml.l Imlirato
Unit tliu we.alher iniiii knew ttWt biz.
-. is one of the intuit .i.u aigni tbnt
precedes the advent of wintry ilajs.
Surprised Their Ftltnrti.
One of the urpris. of h-i naaon
was a wedding win-.: op juried Inn
night nt the refciden-s of tho bride"
parents Mr. and Mb J J. SlnnctlU
aiHfuiuiK in imi yt'i kuuwii. i - '
in southeast Ardmore. The a.ntract- Rev Qrad Hays at Bwvyn
Ing parties wore Mr. Lamou Uyen T( tno Ardmoroito:
and Mi; Kittle Stancsll b.oth c n5rwyn( r. T-i 0ct. 17: I proachea
whom aro well .u.d favorably known hor() yostorluy t0 tho KCtod poop0 ot
In our city. Her. C. C. Wolth ot tho.thlg laco Wo nail a K00d 8Crvlc0
Presbyterian church officiated. Inml r ox)oct to TOlltlnll0 nn npi0n6.
Tho wedding was n a"let affair only mont at thls plac0i h g0 fr0tn hort
mo roiauvoa uau one or iwo menus ue-
Tho brldo Is ono or Ardmoru j charm
ing young (ndios. Mra. llyors has a
wide actuulntauco and lior many
friends wish her much hnpplnoys.
Tho groom Is a young mini of storl-
ing integrity having resided hert for
some time. Ho ha tho lmppv laculty
of making and rotuluu'r fner.d who
wish tor him much success in lire.
Ho Is nt proseut connected with tho
Ardmore Klectrlc Unlit company
The Ardmoreite extends congrntu
lutlona to the happy couple.
Don't fall to sua the great Majestic
Hnngo bake biscuits In throe minutes
all this week at Ulveua. Coriin ft
Frcnsley's. Don't got loft. 17-C
WILL HAVE MEETING LOOKING-
TO SEPARATE STATEHOOD.
Will Join In a Petition to the Presi-
dent for a State Comprising the
Five Civilized States to Be
Crcattd In 190G.
In view of (the fart that the com-
mission to tho ftvw civilised tribe In-
dUu Territory will complete nllotluff
the said ItKltiiu lands by tho close .
thn flaml nor nuil n aattlMiirmit tiirutn
wUh the aald trlbea by the aocrotary
of tlic Inlerfnr. ere the tribal relations
Ceare; tbua ViavIiik fully prepnrnd the
aald otintry for a form of self-govern
n jimPtlllv: wherea
j(h(. trlia nhukm 1MHW y
nor equltitMe nor necessary to lonRcr
... . lfllroBlllli whnir
y C(IcraI 0Vl.rnmuiu 0;t'.
whh ta ' lh ns0"co 0t
and whereas n majority of tho live
civilized tribes favor and seek sopar-
ato and Independent slntouood nnd
snld privileges allowed by existing and
luevltnblo trentles; and whereas the
' ripe to ask and seek a change
Therefore: we deem It proper and.
special purpose of passing resolutions
asking President Theodora Iloosevclt
to Inject a fuw lines Into tils annual
.Message to congress this fall recom-
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legislation nrovlillnir for n common-
wealtli for the mdlan Territory nnd
Osage Nation to.be Inaugurated March.
I. I If 0f.
W. C. ROOERS.
Chief of Cherokee Nation.
Chief Afuskogeo Nation.
Real Estate Transfers.
Tho Chlcknsaw Title company io-
P"t tho follviwIiiB transfers of real cs-
tnto recorded today:
a"1"1-111"0 jositruaj anornoon uio
rr.uli.Mnr.1 i.f T Tl Cinrfnlr.tt fn Tliwlfl-
way 8treut- W!ls entered by some un-
thnt only a tow tlolhirs nnd a small
burglary. It sccmi
tlmt nn entrance was forced through
tho kitchen door. OUIcors uro work-
ing Olt tllO ClldO.
Itiipresentatlvo Brown ot tho Chick-
asaw legislature snys that tho sonata
(nndl house have adjourned until Mon-
day next. Tho legislature Is doing
vary little those days.
Dr. Alulllns ot Fort Wortb specla.
' 1st of dlsoasos ot tho eye car nose
nJ throat will be In his olllco at tho
Tilttlugton liotol Octobor 21-22.
IIomor. HRAD HAYS Missionary.
Died In Oenlson.
William H. Simpson father of ouc
townsman II. A. Simpson and ot Jmx
L. nnd Prlco Simpson of Gainesville
dlod Monday evening at his homo In
Denlson Toxits. Mr. Simpson wns an
jold plonoor of tho northorn district
nnd had a wide acnualntnnce.
Tho W. C. T. U. will meet In regu-
lar session Saturday afternoon at 3
- "'dock at tho First Presbyterian
ehureh. We speclnl'.y request tho
attendance of all new members.
MItS. A. U. CURTIS Sec.
Suppose you want to bo ramous; you
must sacrifice your tlmo nud taloatJ
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