The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 134, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 16, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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Uo tlio AllDMOltKITK
DR. J. P. HANN
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VOLUME XII. P'SS8'
ARDMORK LND. TER.. SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 10 H)()5
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SOME TRANSFERS REPORTED TO
HAVE DEEN MADE.
Davt Correspondent Concludes That'
Elimination of Control of Indians'
Appetite Leads to Elimination j
of Control of Property.
Special tit tho A rdmore I lei '
DhvIk. I. T.. April IR. Tito rccnr
iIx'IhIoii of thu HiipruniB court of tin-
Ifnlloil Stale which practically rv-
niovi'f all restrictions naalnit the
nllunntlnna of Indian lands Iuik brought !
nbotit cotishleiublu activity llirotiKhmt'
linllatt Territory and hour i?ooil law-
jcih maintain that thlH ilcclHlon moatm
that th0Bi allottee are full-lledKud
citizen and place thoni on a free fcAit-
ins with white men. Some my In- j
illans cannot ho rest rioted against the
wile or tliHlr lands while other main-
tain coiisresn had a ilht to place ie-
KiilciioiiH and salcgiiiinlx around them
during the first few yearn us per th"
terms of the Atoka agreement. At any
rate land buyer are coming hrra
from .ill part of tho country nml m'v- !
uiul rfiilcK have been reported at fair
prices. It In believed that niueh go.il
will remit from the declfdon and the
Indians of the territory will be tho
TI10 Atoka aKreotncnt provided for
the sale of hnuls as follows: One-
fourth In acreage In one year one-
fourth In three years and all except'
lug the homestead In five years from
date of patent. It was also provided
that tho principal chief of tho Choc-
law Nation and the governor vof tho
Chickasaw Nation nhoiild Jointly exe-
cute a deed to ench allottee hut to
date iheie have been no turh deeds
iRMieil. II In believed however that
more than an.niiii deeds have been
signed and dated but Just w:iy ihej
have not lnen delivered seems to be a
mystery. Prominent Indkius are be-
ginning to ask all sort of iptefttlnns
about deeils. Mnny hint at these de-
lays on the part of their chief and gov-
ernor a a part of u plan to further re-
ttrd t hp tlevolopniPiii of tho country
and to place them at a nrU disadvant-
age. A general clamor In now being;
made for the delivery or thee iIppOb.
aa provided by treaty stlpuVatlon ami
the matter cannot Ionic be deferred.
Allottees are entitled o know Just
why deed are not being Issued and
a geuernl movement Is on font to
make an Invent Igatton. The deeillnie !
of lauds will brliiK uliont greni activity
In the Choctaw nud Chickasaw na-
ItoiiH and all business would InitneUl-
nlely receive lasting; heuellls.
ON VESSEL ROOSEVELT
PRESENCE OF INJURED MEN NOT' 'S
EASILY ACCOUNTED FOR.
IN THE STATE
The Dawn a New Russian Paper
Takes the People to Task for
Their Attitude of Inrllffer.
Trinidad Greet Him With Two
. .Thousand Shal Children Make
Make a Brief Speech In
In Favor of Irrigation.
WOMEN TAKE A HAND.
Indians Must Have a Deal With Cor-
ners on It.
Muskogee. 1. T.. April 15. -The Wo-
man Christian T.'tiiperaiiee -.in'oii r-
gnnlzatlons uf the Ir.illrn 'I eivi'.ory
have started a movomonl in th? .11. cr-
est of separate statehood fi In. Mm
Territory. Mrs. .1. A. Vo.i! V. 'J. I
U. separate statehood delegate in a
public statement outlining th- phiti of
(itimpalgn says: l
'.nnarate statehood !or thr nvo
civilised tribes has been promt i and
guaranteed the Indians of hull 111 Ter-
ritory. Thr Indians have mi vet .k-
ed for sintchood as thoy are n t now
ready to get In shape for the coming 1
fall congress. We must draft our own)
constitution and take It to W.i.-'liln-ton
and ask for a separate prohibition
state for Indian Territory and we
will got It. The government. pr irsi.!"
and the Hen tie will be I'ul.Vi-!. Wo
can roly on the honor of our stent!
guardian In giving the iiiilhin ' a
.Manila April IB. Hear Admiral
Train in eomumnil of the American
Heel In Asiatics wtein revel vuil a
telegram this afternoon at " o'clock
from Saigon capital and principal port
of I'rench Cochin China reporting tho
arrival there or tho Rirslan hospital
ship Orel at S o'clock In the morning
of April Jit. The orel hail many wound-
ed men on boatd.
A dispatch received on Thursday by
the Chicago Dally News from Itn cor-
rcHK)mtcnt ut Saigon said: "ltojast-
vensky's hospital s-hlp was bore Wed-
nesday night to take on board provln-
Ions coal and medicine. It will leave
Thursday at midday to rejoin the malu
No nieiitloii was made of the wound-
e l nit 11 011 hoard ibis ship.
Where the ship which Is supposed
to have comp with the rest of Ito-
Jest vensky'h Meet direct from Matin-
nascar received the wounded men
ni"ntloned in Admiral Tiuln's ill
patch. Is something of a mystery.
Toklo April 1 1. Thu naval depart-
ment pronounce the reports of naval
engagements recently off Saigon to
I'arcnts: Sec Noble llros'. olTe In
this paper and aid your little girl In
winning tho handsome .Junior llangc.
You norM go'M work nflilea f-M
Hubbard has them for Halo at prices
to suit you. 7-1" wl
Trtuldntl. Colo. April 13. Seven
Ihotifniid people. Including two
tHmintml school children waving
wnall flaga greeted 1'roahlcnt Roose-
velt here yeaterday afternoon with
cheers. The depot pint form hail lieeu
roped nlT and fifty special olllcers ap-
pointed to keep the crowd In. A num-
ber of Hough Itlders and othet vclet-
aua acted m guard of honor to tho proa
Idem who was Introduced to the s-
aomhlage by Mayor II. II. Ill own as the
"greatest man In the world."
The prosldeut talked for llvo mill-
tttoa warmly greeting the old sold-
ier lb' turned to the children and
with his familiar smile told them how
glad he was tj see them for he said
"Y011 I now Unit 1 urn in great on chil-
dren as I am on Irrigation and you
know what my views are on Irriga-
tion." The remainder ot his talk was on Ir-
rigation. The pulling out of his train
lnturriipted bis speech and as the train
moved away tho crowd broke through
the.' ropes climbed on Ills car and he
shook hands with as many as pos
The train lel't here at 1:15. after a
stop of only seven minutes.
The president's tnin was preceded
bj 11 pilot train track walkers wero
placed at all curves and other precau-
tions were taken by the Colorado &
Southern railroad company to msuie
the pr. sklent's safety.
President lloosevcli spoke as foi
"Not the nuttiest man In ill world
hut I hold the greatest position In tho
world. My friends people of Colora-
do I cannot any what a pleasure It
U to In hack with yon again. Von
know how proud I am of your atnto
how I believe In the whole western
country. And here I see the men ot
my old regiment men who were with
me In the day that will twajra remain
moat vtvld In my mind. I wish to tlmnk
the men of the twtkmnl guard for turn-
lusr out aa my escort. It Is a pleasure
to see them and to have them think
of ua veterans of the late war. Let me
nay how glad I am 'to see the school
children's fares. I whs going lo any
that t believe mure In the children
than I do In Irrigation and you know
that I am all right on Irrigation. Just
one word about Irrigation. I was lui-
ntenaely Interested In the great work
I puss-'d Just outside of the city. Thore
Is no one thing possible excepting Pan-
ama that I feel Is more essential In con-
met lor Uh the administration than
the pi (liken by the national govern-
ment In helping the Irrigation move-
ment In the west. I believe In the coun-
try now opened the great develop-
ment of this country Is going to come
through Irrigation. I think our own peo-
ple have but a faint Idea of the amount
that can come with It. I have come to
the state of Colorado this time on n
holiday (cheers!. Hut I am so glad to
have the chance of Kiylng Just a fow
uonU of greeting lo tho people them-
selves. I nm Immensely touched nud
pleased at your coming out to greet
me and I only wish t bad tho chance
to discuss with you nt length nil of the
problems of our government for It
seems to mo thai
(Hoi'o the train started.)
"Well. I can't do It now Coodhy
goodby" (as tho train moved tiff.)
FOR OIL AND CAS WILL DEQIN
HERE AT ONCE.
The Waloott Property Adjoining' the
City Limits on Southwest Will
Be Developed By California
The California capitalist luuo
eloHl u iloul with Artbit? Wnleoit
whereby they will comt.i mim Uki Im-
mediate development of oil and gtiB oil
his land. Tint Wnk-ott property which
will bo developed Is located about 0110
and oue-lourth miles southwest of the
city. One of the capitalists Is author-
ity for the statement thai tho land
will develop !)0 per rent gas and fill
per cent oil. According to ii state-
ment of Mr. Walcott nctlvo drilling will
commence as soon as the niRchluer
can be located on the gtound. Those
capitalists have other lease In this
section. The fact that thoy tnti ml I 1
develop the buds extensively lnw
canned some rejoicing In Ardmoro.
If anything is nepiled In this exc.iii-
try It Is outside capital and If oil is
struck Ardmoro will go for .van by
I cups and hounds.
Everybody knows wIito tho old fire
station Is and everybody Is learning
that Prcddy has It flllol with tho lin-
eal lot of bugglcK In tho oHy.
Leon Couple Marry.
Sim O. Taliaferro and Miss Hello
Nix were married yesterday afternoon
at tho lesblence of .1. I). Taliaferro on
West Main street. Rev. J. U Keller
of tho First Ikiptlst church olllciated.
Hie young couple reside nt I.0011. The
groom Is tho son of .1. H. Taliaferro
0110 of Chickasaw Nation's best known
The Store That Saves You Money"
ON ALL MILLINERY
Ladies Buy Your Easter Hats.
Crepe De Chene
li exclusive puitons lijrured $1.00 uml
values Eastev price- . 77e
All SilK Crepe Ue Cliene in light blue chaiupit.'ne
Pink white ttnil black regular $1. 00 value Raster
price . 79c
0 pieces Pin Dot all new shades extra values 07
tit $1. OH per yard Easter price . OlC
."1 pieces Pin Checlj and stripe extra value
at i?l.."0 per yard
Big Reduction in all new
Waists and SKirts. Don't fail
to see these bargains.
Monday April 17th
Safdy. Apr. 22 9 p. m
'The Store That Saves You Money'
ON ALL LOW CUT SHOES
For Ladies Children and Men.
10 pieces larye figured Silk Organdie 0 cent in
value Easter price - - t)L
10 pieces Figured Silk Organdie l!f cent
value Easter price
7 pieces Shadow Damask regular TiO cent H r
value Easter price wit
All 12 i-2 and 15c Figur-
ed Organdie beautiful design
Easter orice - - 10c
STABBED NIGH UNTO DEATH
We have inaugurated this sale with much care and precaution acting as a safeguard against the hand of the LONG PROFIT FIEND. We propose this sale
to be one of the greatest commercial TRAGEDIES OF PROFIT ever played on the MERCANTILE STAGE of the great Indian Territory. STABBING PROFITS NIGH
UNTO DEATH. Every man woman and child who attends the GREAT BURTON-PEEL PERIODICAL SALES can cheerfully recommend them to their friends and as
being UNEQUALED OPPORTUNITIES FOR SAVING MONEY on wears for men women and children. The prices we will malle you during this GREAT EASTER SALE
on MILLINERY DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES S NOTIONS will cause the LONG PROFIT MAN to feel as though an ill-fated star had fixed its gaze upon him and
he will fully realizes that he is a merchant of other days. Come supply your needs for Easter out of the BIG STORE'S EASTER BARGAINS.
Ladies Have your shoes polished
While you Wait.
a'i ' n LjwLr ml jsn a. -'LatiJ aal ill II I lilfai aawMBalTaMaaMi ! IT ITis
Gentlemen Have your shoes polished
While you Wait.
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