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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 24 July 1901

mi A Critical Examination The new Hub and Carta Plaao will UDI the moat '-rlttealaxsmlaa-tfoa. The ar made of toe brt material moner -an bur- Ther hate alwayn Ujo noted f'r tbtlr rmati faltone. The tone l even bet'ar today I han eer. Call aod fe the new Urle )ut receded. I al ll Olitckerio? & Son. hn.eroO, Cable, Mlllo aod Kinffoberry I'lanc. 1 ell ftbeet anu.ic at on half off. E. B. LUKE, AKbM"RF,'l. T. Olivette Soap, ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. 'Phone 107 For Bus! AN I' You'll Not Get Left Uetl ill Trains Oij icd Nljkt, FINLEY & LIGHT. HISIIOI nillJRSCHAUKT IN ROHH Holds Audience With the I'opcand Is Accorded Special Faors. Guthrie, Oklo. July 23. The Right Hev. Bishop Meerscbaert is ho Koine nod bag bail an audience with the Pope. Ho states a letter from him to Father Joseph Van Ilulne, in charge of the local churoh here. As strange as it may seem, Tope Leo baa takeu the time to keep posted about his little pro- vetice of Oklahoma. When Bis lion Meerscbaert was on a pril...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 July 1901

r I JMMBMM. IslKSPSlMBHls mmm I VOLUME vni. r SIDNBY SU003, 1 V PrrUtr. i ARDMORE, IND. TER.. Tlll'RSDAY EVENING, .JTLV 25, 1901. pocmrT.oN.j NUMBER 280 I. P. IHDZR5CH, Preildent. B. F. FRENSLET, Tics Preildent. C. L, AHDERSOH, Ctttatar. H. TORBETT, Int. Ctihr. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. gArdmore, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. CROWD AT EL RENO TOO FOR THE TOWN Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund .$60,000.00 110,000.00 The oldest bank la Indian Territory. Accounts of Arms and Indlrlduals solicited upon the most liberal terras consistent with good banking. A Plain, Unqualified Promise to Pay. No Technicalities About It. The Best Accident Policy In the World, "THE IDEAL." ts Roberts & Poland, Agents. SHERMAN PRIVATE school a nnnni K!nn twain Monday. September 2d, inoi. A school 111 sh trrado. thorough work and thirty years standing under the same man aircmcnt. Tcims moderate. Watchful caro over boarders. .Send for cata i...... i.... ...ni.mii...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 July 1901

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Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 July 1901

887 GRAND ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Friday, JUL X At ARDMORE, 1ND: TER 0 BE held under the auspices of the Sweaters and assisted by all local organizations of the city, in commemoration of the Mth anniversary of the establishment of Ardmore, the metropolis of the Indian Territory. One Day of Pleasure and Amusement Hon. Jos. Y. Bailey, Hon. Dennis T. Flynn, Judge Henry M. Furman, Hon. Claude Weaver, Judge S. B. Bradford, Hon. A. C. Cruce and other prominent speakers will address the gathering. Big Picnic and Barbecue There will be plenty to eat and drink. $3000.00 will be expended to make the affair a success and everything will be conducted in a metropolitan style. Rf 1 ft t II AMUSEMENTS A grand parade, composed of all local organizations and busi ness concerns, ann headed by two brass bands, will com mence the program. All kinds of races. Roping contests. Ball games Indian ball games. Elaborate fire works on the night of the 26th. Grand Club Shoot, participated in by the Dallas, For...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 July 1901

RHP"1 h THE DAJLUR10RElTEr BIDSET BCOOB Proprietor. once ot paMlf tlo. court m BOBSCBIPIJOS BATES. I .U M I.M -nrttf Ul OROA Of THE CHICKASAW NATION. Alio t Oltrnl Orr k CHICKASAW HIC K AMOCIAT10 of te IdiIub wnwi TIMB TAULU, .ir. c.i.r.s. "' 10tll-l' cut. K';;;:: T,Vk' i a"i. W. B. Kss i 0.filW'""" Uu 111! ins DUUtct felepione and c Ai.r. rr Phone No. G, If you wsot tl.e AKDKOKKITK. ARDVtOKK, Till RBDAT. J I'M M. 'tndlife wai hopeless to the man I who tinted on finding lock in 'the lotterv of the new lands- The onlj beings he saw that had came to rejoice were the girnblrs. They were getting rich. That is a fair miniature of life. Some men go their way and find nothing to worry aboot. Others have only tronble, und everything goes wrong. There is nothintr to eat. notbinc to drink, and beer gives ont. And it is the game thine, the fame scenes, the game conditions, that kavtsnea different effects on the minds of different people. A SCOHCIIIJR PKOM WASHINGTON. The Washington Mirror of J...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 July 1901

J HO! EVERYBODY 4? Who has a buggy kind get your tires 4? 4? 4? HENDERSON'S Hire setting 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4' 4? 4? 4? 4? 47 It Sets then Cold. It Dees the Work jo a Few Minutes Time. It Keeps toe Dish of Wheels Just Right. It Does the Work Perfectly. It is a Wooderfol liiirmMit over the 0M Method 47 ' v- ... ..... i iiiuir k'"" "rK, wit nro-. iviflif.tit tint, iiti.nun .f . ..! . imiivi. ... Kiting I'm niu ii uiri w me wiu-ei. ur in any g way in luring It. Having cue ..f tliM Tire SottiT- lo pwtiral op. 1 vratiim, tlu :nrmaKC f the ;mUi- M -olicitcd. All work tlx-'-otighly warrautul. S3 BROADWAY CARRIAGE SHOP, g $j D.E.ALLEN, - - Ardmore. I. T. j ft f I? ? v i? v r !? ? 4 -$SS.SS.S" A LIVI2 WIHIi What Do YOU TliinK? We never have believed that it's right to send to Chicago for your tailor goods, do youf Now, if there is or ever was a mau in this town inclined to send nwny from home for n suit in the hope of saving n dollar, we have a proposition right hero that leaves him abs...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 July 1901

Tw sy - 1 U-OAL PROIltU.MS They III be Plentiful After the Drawing. Fort Sill, Okla . July 21 Law yers sav that the new country will present wore legal problems than have nil the other land openings In Oklahoma. Among the flret of those Is the question of mineral lauds. The act of June 0, 1900, contains the express provision "that should any of Mid lands al lotted to said Indians, or opened to settlement under this set, contain valuable mineral deposits, such mineral landshBll be orwn to loca tion and entry under tL existing mineral laws, upou the passage of this act, and the mineral laws are hereby extended to cover said lands." The previous description of theee lands covers the full area of the new country. No exceptions are noted in the act, and lawyers say that n fair construction of its pro visions makes the entire reserva tion mineral land. Possibly npon the grouud of prior jiossessiou, lauds that were in the possession of individual Indians, might be ex cluded from the clause...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 July 1901

HIS IDENTITY ESTAHLISUUD. Vnttr ltltiftnrkct. I. flan rounu i " 1 T.i tlail Relatives In Texas. XacoRdoches, Tex., July 24 A week or more nco news wns wired here that Joe Ilalton, the l'Jyenr- old ton of Jns. II- Ilalton. a well known farmer residinn seven miles east of here, wns found dead near Bluejacket, I. T., under suspicious circumstances. Mr. I? V- Haltou, nne of the editors and proprietors of the Daily Sentinel of this city, In response to uieseaces from his brother, Giles M. Ilalton, n well knot-" business man of Vinitn, I. T., went to the scene nnd the .wo brothers had the body exhumed, examined nnd interred in n ceme tery. They decided that it wag their brother Joe, who had been to Parsons, Kan., nnd by some mys terious fatality had been run over and killed by a freight train. One arm and both les were severed from the body nnd he was disem boweled. No one taw the accident. , The boy left home peveral weeks 1 gL'o. no was ot n wancieritic uin position nnd hnd been at Yini...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 July 1901

In1 " A Critical Examination Tlio now HuhIi and OorU Plants will Htand tho must rrltlrnl examina tion. They .iro made of tlio boat material money ran huy. They havt always been noted fur their heautl fill totio. The tone Is even l)ettet today lhan cvr. Call and sec thf new Htyles just received. I alo noil Chicken nv A Son. hrtierson, Cable, Ollltrjn and Klngsberry I'lunos. I sell Ahect music at n-half off. E. B. LUKE, AltDMOHK,.!. T. Olivette Soap, ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. 'Phone 107 For Bus! AM" You'll Not Get Left Meet all Trains Dai and Night. FINLfcr' & LIGHT. TO I.UAM2 SCHOOL LANDS. Advice Is (lhcn Concerning the New ljnd5-()iciiliiK Conic. I'lrst. Guthrie. 0. T., July 21. Sec rotary Houston has issued the fol lowing with referuueo to school lands, in the shape of n letter to mi inquiring friend: 'Ileplying to your recent in jutr concerning the leasing of school lands iu the Kiowa, Com anche and Wichita Indian reserva tions, I have to ndyise you: "The Echool lands will ...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 26 July 1901

rr5 VOLUME VJIt. siDNnr suaas, i I'roDrletar. I ARDMOKK. IND. TEU FRIOAY KVKNJNCt, JUI,Y 2(1, 1001. Ih.l mciiBTiit. NUMBER 231 r J - r P. ANDERSON, President. B. F. FRENSLEY, Ylci President. C. L. ANDERSON, Cnhler. S. H. TORBETT, Asit. Cubr. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ElArdmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. REGISTRATION FELL FIVE THOUSAND LESS YESTER DAY THAN FORMER DAYS. Capital Paid. Up. Surplus Fund .$60,000.00 . 110,000.00 Tho oldest bnnlt In Indian Torrltory. Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon tlio moat liberal terms consistent with good banking. A Plain, Unqualified Promise to Pay. No Technicalities About It. Tho Best Accident Policy In the World, : "THE IDEAL." The Crowd in El Reno Numbers 40,000, and a Problem Exists As to Tlicir Disposition Af ter the D rawing- No Coin . Roberts & Poland, Agents. , SHERMAN PRIVATE school FOR BOYS. 31st Annual Session lteRln1 Monday, b'eptcmbor 2d, 11)01. A school of high grade...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 26 July 1901

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi aaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHf THE DAILY ARDM0RE1TE. RIDNRT BU(1(I8. Proprietor. 1 r.kilihad BverT Afternoon (Saturday H- " i . 1 1 UaiiiIk UAtnlnU. the Fottoffltie it Ardtaere as SUBSCRIPTION HA.TKW. 1. 11 .M .N OFFICIAL OKU AN OF - T1IK OHtOKAHAW NATION. Alio thn OmcUl Organ for III GillCKABAW HTOdK ASSOCIATION of the InilUn Terrlmry. timh'taulb, ftf, Celeredo and SaU. P Hallway. ojtrriiYfTuiiD. I Chloaro Hitrete lilt . m, MdKanaaeUltyKapraae.. itlp.m, MOta-O0HD, itoaaail Cnloaa-n HiDretatliS4a, m, rae and tuui Oily Kipr II ;II a. m, A. W. ubhhm, Tiort Airont. Keania. (leaaral Paaaaliv er Anent. ) It. Lllg UttUCI T(ljrlrRI AND OAI.T. Ur Phone No. G, you want Uie Ahdmoukitk. Friday. July 20. a'o tlio drouth of Arilmoro ito- pnf char never uinlo llinc the Itntry nreK fa, Enuinfib tho Monday ItjoTTiT 1 nioj wlir-n t MO drawinc will begin . lTlasnipicbnnk deposits in the IU Heno banks increased over $100,000 in the past ten una. This iticreaso is duo...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 26 July 1901

HO! EVERYBODY' Who has a buggy or vehicle of any kind get your tires reset on one of 48 4T, HENDERSON'S HIRE SETTING Machines. 7 jLt 4? It Sets them Cold. 1x It Does the Work In a Few 25 . It Keeps the Dish of Wheels Just Right. fj S It Does the Work Perfectly. ft 4i It is a Wonderful Improvement oyer the Old Method. H 4 No more gucs work, luit tires are reset accurately ami quickly aQ without any chance of glvlng-ioo much dish to the wheel, or In any lr 40 way Injuring It. Having one of these Tiro Setters In practical on- Pf eratlon, ho pntronngo of tho uugmy warranted. BROADWAY CARRIAGE SHOP, D.E.ALLEN, - - Ardmore, I. T. i STEVENS, KENNERLY ! SPRAGINS co: s Arc! m pro, Gainesville Wynne wood Marietta j FREE DRINK WHEELON AND OCT. 1.1, 11)01, wo will glvo to 1 1 .- or wuccion chocks n ocnuuiui v 'Ihcso Wheelon checks will and every glas of Wheelon or Wheelon Ico Cream Soda dispensed ot our fountain, a cheek will he gitcn, nnd the person holding tho largest number of thei-0 checks ...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 26 July 1901

pnf char never nuilo rm THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. BtDNHT BUOOS. rroprUtor. J. T-... ....... . Aiiarnooa (Saturday M uUd) and Hnoday Mornlm. t of publication. Ooort Street. Z M MUBSOBirTIOH BATHH. 1 .11 1. 00 OFFICIAL OKUAN OP THK CHICKASAW NATION. Alto th OfflcUl Organ for the CHICKASAW HTOOK ASSOCIATION of the Indln Territory. T1MI1 TA1HJB, Celerado and SenU P Hallway. josittnuniio. TlhlntM Mllreie tilt a. to. eadKanieaOltyKipreii- tSD.m, Montu-nonim, aad Otateeifn Htpreaeltitta, m. rtKanaaeimyHi!ree..lliia a.m. A. W itnMMAW. Ticket Atfent. . Kai.llenerall,aeeeiiiierAtrent. !! AND OAl.li ur II Phone No. G, a want UlO AUDMOUKITK. Irk, Friday, July 50. iq Uio urouui ui Ardtnoro pic MHng the BaiHamMaJ nro 16 KiiM'nnd tlio for Monday when uu drawing will begin- ItUupio bank deposits in the KlUeno banks inereasfld our ilOOlKK) in tho imst ton do8. T2,creasolsduo to tho homo seekers puttinK their money in the tia'nWa for gqfe keeping. and ,tho Tint lain of last ovoning. nmli ii aaiirim , .,....

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 28 July 1901

Jmilti riwittvtilt. VOLUME VIII. f SIDNIiY SUUOS. I I I'roDrletor. X AltDMORN. INI). TER.. SUNDAY MORNING-, JULY 28, 11)01, ""oV.TOr' NUMBER 2)J2 f i L. P, ANDERSON, President. B. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. gArdmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository Bankruptcy Funds!" Chickasaw Nation, Capita! Paid Up. Surplus Fund Th. Ml bank la Indian Territory. Accounts of Arms and Individuals sollc d upon tho most liberal terms consistent with wood bnnklnt;. A Plain, Unqualified Promise to Pay. No Technicalities About It. & The Best Accident Policy In the World, "THE IDEAL." Roberts & Poland, Agents, SHERMAN PRIVATE sqtool oooooo FOR BOYS. 3Ist Annual Session begins Monday, September 2d, 1001. A school ot IiIrIi radc. thorough work and thirty rears stundliiK under the sumo man agement. Terms moderate. Watchful caro over boarders. Send for cata logue. IEcfcr without consent to following natrons and pupils: C.J. Grant, Pauls Valley; D. Mays. Purccll-.J. Hazel,...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 28 July 1901

INDIAN CAMI MEETING. Sherman ilnn Tells of an Experience In the Territory. Tnlkinfr to some friends, Gene Anderson of Sherman, Texas, 8nid: "I have seen n great inany re ligious meetings, but never one that impressed me more with its earnestness than a enmp meeting myself nnd three others happened to ride up on at Blue Spring's, in tbo Choctnw nation, n few days ngo. The preacher and his audi onco appeared to be full-bloods. 1 did not see a person, old or yonng, without a hymnbook, and the most respectful attention was given to nil that was said. Tho preacher must have been convincing, for Beveral of his listeners were crying freely before ho was through, and nt the end of his discourse two or threo men went up nnd gnvo him their hands. A collection was tak en at the end of tho service, nil of which had been conducted in Choc tnw. However, evidently noticing some whito fncec in the nudience.nn interpreter, after talking to the preacher a little while, stepped to tho front of tho pul...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 28 July 1901

r k ill FREE, FREE, TO THE PEO PLE OF ARDMORE. DR. JOHN W. BtzNTON, ono ot Amonca's orient est liliyMci.in", Is pormnnpntlj located over Iturall'n dir kooiIs ntoro ithe old Ultr drat; More tiulldlnir. Main St ) Ho will probably make hemltiusrter hero (or the next 3 months. i Dr. Ucnton comes here hlKhly recommended by ministers, doctors, lawyers, and by the National As sociation of f hyslclans, 8urons and Dentists. ST years in practice, 8 diplomas from dlflerentsrhoo s. FREE? FREE Tha Doctor will positively treat until curod orery enso lie takes. No chark'os lielnK made (or services un til cured. The only charge lielnirthe (co (or medicines Dr. Ilcnton wants Just such cases as othor doctors has foiled to cure. Ills specialtiesHeart, Liver, Htomach, Kidneys. Catarrh, Komalo Weakness, Sexual Weakness, Nervous Diseases, Eye, Kr, Throat, Ilheumatlsm, Old Bores. Turners, Syphilis and all kinds of prlvato diseases. Tho Doctor will Kuaranteo every case he treats. Ills system Is new and won...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 28 July 1901

THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. SIDNEY HUOaH. Proprietor. rabllihed KTcr.r Afternoon CBstordsr Ex cepted) n.l Bondsy Murnlnir. Office of pobllcMlon. Court Btreet. lered at the l'oitofflce nt Ardmore m eond olaiimall mtttnr. Not.7.'. HunHorumoN uatkb. IllWitk Oae Month Tear , . a.oo OFFICIAL ORHAN OF TUB OHIOKASAW NATION. Alio the Official Ori."n for the OmcKASAW Stock Abhooiation of the Indian Territory. TIME TAULU, If. Colorado and Santa Pe Hallway. IOOTII-HOOSD, aWettonand Chlcaco Etpreii H.n. Olabarne and KannanOlty Kiiireii. Ufl p.m. HOaTII'COOND. flaWetton and Chlcaco Eiprea:M a. m. OiabarnBandKanMaOltrKipre"".":"'."". A. W. DDMnAM, Ticket Airrnt. W. 8. KaR!AW. Oeneral I'aiaenif er Airent. Use the Long DUtacce Telephone :: and call ur :i 2 Phone No. G, e If you want Uio Ahdmohkitk. Ahdmouk, Sunday, Juli 28. Commehcial Ciamj, Monday night. The Commercial Hlub will have a speciul meeting Monday night nt tho city hall. Sampson ahoulil bo retired in or ilcr that hu could devote his whole tit...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 28 July 1901

SULPHUR REUNION. Confcdcratc Veterans Daughters and Sons Have a Good Time. The three doys reunion of Cou -federate Veterans, Sons und Daughters of the Confederacy, at Sulphur on thp 22d, 23d and 24th, passed into history. The pro gramme as published in the Akdmoheite wos carried out to the entire satisfaction of the groat number who were present. There were present several thousand peo ple aud n more orderly assemblage ueyer took place in any portion of Southland. Mayor D. J. Kendall delivered the "welcome address which was res ponded to in the absencoof Brig. Gen. J. I,. Oalt, by Gen. R. U. Coleman, cominnnding the Con fodorate Veterans of tho Indian Territory. T. P. Gnfford welcomed the Sons of tho Confederacy and was rosponded to by Col- Sidney Suggs. The first day passed very pleas u antly, tho Veterans occupied the ' morning and the Sons tho after noon. On the second day the morning was occupied by the Veterans and the afternoon by tho Daughters of v tho Confederacy. Rev. Burri...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 28 July 1901

NOTESOFTHERAILWAYS Success of a Mexican Road's Educational Propaganda. "TRAIN BUT0HER" ABOLISHED. The IliirlhiKf "' .Nrv I'lnn I'nr l'ro Vltlliiu Itniillnu .MiiHit AmiiIIht ilyNli-m of lliillriiuil T.'lrurcitililni;, Tlir I.nlcat NIiiIIiiiim In (lilt Slilllli, Clirnii rnrl I'ruui Trum, Tlio Clillnmlitia ntul Pacific railroad hna ItiniiKiirnteil mi enterpilHo which. While oxpi'UHlvo now, will hooii 1m of Utfat liiMiclU lo tliu country ami Indi rectly to the roiul Itself, wiyn the Clil liunlum (Mexico) rorrwpoiident of tlio Now York Post. Thin l.i tlio education of tlio Mexican V . or. Tho primitive wny In which inniii Mexican fnrniH aro -conducted would 'it: almost linpo.ssl bio to tho avcrnKc American, who Is familiar with tho Improvements In ag ricultural machinery mud In tho United .States. Hut In many parts of this coun try, especially In those away from rail rendu, wheat Ix still thranhed out with a hand thill, wlno In inndo hy trending tho grnpcH under foot, transportation 1h a...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 28 July 1901

) OUTRAGE BY WIIITECAP nOB. Plre Into Negroe's House and Wound Mis Daughter. CorSicaua, Tex., July 27. Lnst Dight i body of white men made a raid on the house of Ed Klatn, col ored, near Kaleigh, eighteen miles west of this city, aud fired several ehota into it, wounding Elam's sixteen year old daughter and frightening the negroes badly. Elatu is said to be a peaceable citizen and owns the tnrm on which he lives, but was ordered by the whitecaps to leave withiu three days. He was sick iu bed when the raid was made, but was so thoroughly convinced that the mob intended violence that he and his family left this morning. The girl is probably dangerously wounded as it is said that a load of birdshot took effect in her neek. This is uot, however, the first i event of this kind in that conimii- nity. Several similar attacks have been made on negroes of that vicinity and two other families were ordered to leave last night. What Two Cents Will Do. It will bring rollof to sullerora from asth...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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