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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 23 August 1901

NOTES FROM MANILA.! Civil Departments Concentrated In the Filipino Capitol. GOAL DEPOSITS IH THE I5LAHD& m ml Cialrf of Mining riorrau rillTe thr IMilllpplnr ytmj In Tliue Mappl? Oar mrr Willi Ilellrr Coal Than thr Japanrie .if llelf Sllr tn Willing l Work Tor C!rrnronl. TW from military lo 1aI drll sorerawst at MaolU bM bea fillorl by a cotraltzatlon at all tbe civil departments, barrios ami olSceii and bjr a 'oo-nt ration trf the formerly acatten-d military department, writ the New xk Port's MilHpploa repondent order tbe data of July 12 Clril adminlatrator will MCM-ed the military la tt ayuntarnleoto (cltj lialli. 'iorernor Taft aaliMf tb room hitherto o"upinl a an ofllro by tbe military governor general. It Is bopd tbua to -injljlt lo lb natlre tbe change from military lo civil adnlala Uatlon Another rer-ord-d nova erf tbc clM adrulnUtratlon U a rootraet wttb a guarantee rotnpany of I'bila)eibia lo Rtre borU tor the prorliMial tre. urer and ItH-tr al!rtanta. Them ofB tern may...

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. — 23 August 1901

the: I I Satisfies the smoker's taste as no ; other cigar can. ASK YOUR CIGAR MAN FOR HELEN HUNT, THE FAMOUS 5c CIGAR. J. R, PENNINGTON & CO., Distributors, Ardmore, I.T, A TEXAS WONDER, TAR AN,) i:eatmhrs revived. Broadway Carriage Shop Call 'hone 97. HX EX ALL kinds of Buggy Work done, such as Painting, Trimming, Blacksmithing and Woodwork. Also new work built to order. and Get Our Prices. It Will Pay You. 'hall's grkat mscovKirr. Ono small bottlo of Hall's Grout Dlscovory euros nil kldnoy and blad der troubles, removes gravol, euros dlnbetoa, Bomlnal omlsplons, weak and lamo back, rhoumatlsm and nil Irregularities of tho kidnoys and bladder In both mon and womon. Rogulatos blnddor trouble In chil dren. If not sold by your druggist, will bo aont by ninll on rocolpt of II. Ono small bottlo Is two month'i treatment and will euro any cause abovo mentioned. Dr. B. W. Uall, Bolo manufacturer, Bt. Louis, Mo., rormorly Waco. Toxns. Bold by all druggists nnd W. B. Frame, Ardmore, I. T...

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. — 23 August 1901

TUB DAVIS PICNIC. A Successful Outlnx and a Pleasant Hme Enjoyed by All At tfae picDic and barbecue Riven at Davis. Tbnnsdar. tbe 22nd tbe people beem to father early and bave a good time- Tbere were totoe 1000 or 2000 pre8nt. Tbe usual compliment of side sbows, Bteam gyrinca and otber amuse ments were on band- Tbe princi pal part of tbe buiiness bouses were oloBed and everyone in Davis, seemed to contribute bis part to tbe entertainment of th visitors Tbere was nothing to mar tne hap piness of tbis Catherine About noon dinner was spread on tables aod on the platform and they were loaded with everything ood to eat. After everybody bad eaten all thev wanted tbere semed to be enough to feed another crowd equally as laree. The Akd jiOKEitk man. was especially cared for by Mr- nnd Mrs- S. II. Davis and our old friend Morris Sass for which weextend our sincere thank. After dinner tbe Ardmore band, whiehby the way is the best in the country, called tbe crowd together with their sweet stra...

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 August 1901

ttomt tilt volume vni. I Sidney suaas. ) I Proprietor. J ARDMOllE. IND. TEB,., SUNDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 25, 1901. NUMBER 25G f l. P. ANDERSON, B. F. FREHSLEY, C, L. ANDERSON, S. H. I0RBETT, President. Ylce President, Cashier. . Asst. Ctsbr. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmore, Indian Territory. Designated Depository (or Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation, Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund The oldoit bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon tlio most liberal torms consistent with wood banking. C. R. Smith, President. Lei: Ciute, Cashier. Ardmore National Bank Ardmore, I. T. Capital Stock, $100,000.00 A Reneral bankinc business transacted. The welfure of depositors will be our FIRST consideration. The interests of bank nud borrower are mutual the one fur nishing the MONEY und the other the SECURITY. No business to small for our careful attention. The followitiK stockholders solicit accounts of farmers, merchants and others: Win Blunzeshclmcr Frank A. Butt S. T....

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 August 1901

f a i P 1 1 F I THE ORAHAT REfMOV OJd Confederate and Fricnfl Meve a PIcaMOt Ortherinc- Btenewali Jtetwa Camp C C. T. xatt et Grabaau ABgaBt ae la tbe capacity of reanlea. Otpt. B. D. Sbi-ir saXed tbe r.ia? W rf-r. atter widcb Ool Wtst of Ardmere waB Irtredeeed addressed tbe Old eeBdterc be tbe itoojeet el a re-nalen- He also pare bb ae of Ms ova experience of the war. OoL West made many waraa frladi here Lad wBi leag be renjeabered ay Stonewall JaetBoaCaiap Oei. Brani ol -; art irrr tc art In toe lor dinner. Set wlta rt us 3d c tbe hard Une r. Uit PC people el Oraaam tad rtcsatt? w'icf taere wltb aerfcrtB. bext't tad tmsti vpiO filled with tbe Ttry of leod. if Amur Cue SB a w eaXed tbe ataee to erer sad Xcr. VMMk vac aauoaaci ii H 9etec as eoi M Xer, be ct a Tory ftaterertBac ac Mataf alaniitf aaran: ta war. CM. Sroee f fcrtiiliiiil M irtB HOrpMd BB Whf Cfc- S notes; cieer wa te Aidn B.e te 06 ate Axdaaare taraten. vtm be etaod aae rtH Bt Xwaort bed net ama. Me taM ww vkct aaaereeo...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 August 1901

'h I l LEASES IN CREEK NATION. IIANOEU A COWARD. Extract From Letter From Chief PortcrLcascs and Trespasser. ijj An extract from a letter issued Jtjrom the executive office of the (Jreek nntion at MuskOf-ee by I'riu cipnl Chief Porter, reads ns follows: The most important matter to riour people is the subject of leases. Some time ago I published a let ter cxprc8shic my views upon leases, which doubtless you have rend, in which I took the position " that all leases mnde for auricuM tural purposes could not b law fully mado for a term longer than one year until titles had been is filled, and thereafter, not longer than fivo years, provided the leases were equitable. Siuce then tie secretary of the interior authorized the publication of a circular letter, through Hon. J. George .Wright, United States Indian inspector, in which the sec retary holds that leases to mine coal, oil and other minerals, can not he made at any time within a period of five years from the 25th of May, 1001, with...

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 August 1901

THE DAILY AWiMOKEITL tionzr CXH rri-rJr rskUf.4 Zirrr Altw ester: t ut tf" .'" tp9 utta Jer. rk ... a-sa wtk T - I .11 omcsAt aw-. or THE CHICKASAW tfATIOiT. AJ-V OS-! Orr J1 CBJOElfXW KTOCTC AHMCU7ISUr U IfM . 7JiWfT- TIME table, If, CUr. 3t f . p-T -. ltvyfl Cltr JSM I" ? c-.t-.r r-wncitr . a w vrrM ne Ars. w. ft. rinii rarrMae"r -- : ;i J i 2 j : xr& t.JLtL cr 5 Phone No. 6, 2 1 T'a w.ct tlvt A riK.CTTr ' . . OM Klaz Sol J ?sr W x7. And ia&uy tM way ei lie tor b 4 be 'rrki op bUse And be ral tbe raeroeree. JcfeTKTB KfAki of Ibe tepfwue eourt ralei tbat rooBry revivcl from tbe jroreraiaest sh aioa if not tWet to &U&btaeot or ceizare. Tnr. exxqnito ha? utott effeet ifcly been iroven to k a diwemin alor of yellow frer; bat bad there beea no war frith SJpaia it raiht never have been (mini oat. A i'wojfKK, who W8K on trial for forgery, rent for army ofAeerx to prove an alibi for bfm. They did no and cleared him, they then arretted him on a charge of der tion. A Kakhab ...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 25 August 1901

V .. .. --'"fij 'f A --J I iA'a n n. . . j j j O Sr ft n f 'r-JJ' V V V W. A .A A. somer and adds beauty to the homo when the cheaper kind are worn out. We keep the very best grndes of 3 Carpets, Matting, hp, 1 JJ One other charm our Roods possesses and that is our I furniture and rugs an be bought on eustnllinents. Furnish J- jour home on small monthly or weekly payments. Phone 173 . A, G. YOUNG, "The Furniture Man." J WEST MAIN STREET, AROMORE, I. T, r Rome Was Not ...and equip a great grocery p- i - 1 1 circumsxances wnicn we couia not con trol we can not be prepared to serve you in first class style before Sept. 1. However, we have an immense stock of fresh groceries and can fill your order promptly. It's our ambition to have the biggest and best grocery store in Ardmore. and have it the most thoroughly equipped. This we will have by the first day of September. THE TEXIE lias been crowned king of all 5c cigars. Its flavor, aroma and purity stands head aud shoulders above all oth...

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 August 1901

PUTITION f-ROn EASTMAN. Citizens Want Hvlls Removed and Deputy narslial Appointed. Whereas, The iutroducinfr nntl selling of intoxicating liquors, (lis turbanco of public worship, gomb ling, Sabbath desecration and pro fanity are detrimental to the peace and trauquillity of our community, anil "Whereas, These evils in this community are in opou deflanoe of law nnd wishes of our best citizens Therefore, be it Hesolved, 1. That we the un dersigned citizens of Mountain Springs oomrauuity, ISnsimnn post office, do pledgft onr hearty ao operation in ridding onr couiumn ity of tlieie evil curios, and do hereby petition Hou. Judge Town send, of the United Statos court, to take such steps as shall protect us from such evils- 2. It is furthor resolved that wo ulso request Captain J. S. Ham tner, United States marshal, to appoint P. C. Parks of Hist man as n deputy marshal to assume and perform all responsibilities of said office. 3. Resolved also that a copy of these resolutions be sent to t...

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 August 1901

fc and OLD PEOPLE Dad Circulation ia the cause of most of the Ills that conic with old nge. With nflvancing 7cars there is a decline of strength nnd vigor the machinery of the body moves with less speed and accuracy. Because of the weak and irregular action of the heart the blood movis more slowly, becomes impure and loses much of its life-sustaining properties, nnd muscles, tissues and nerves literally starve for lack ol nourishment. A sluggish and txriluted circulation is followed by n long train of bodily ailments. Cold feet, chilly sensations up nud down the spine, poor appetite and digestion, soreness of the mnscks, rheumatic pain, liiml und fissured skin, face sores, chronic running ulcers on the lower limbs nnd other parts of the body these nnd many other diseases peculiar to old people nrc due to n lack of health y blood and imperfect circulation. Restoration to licallh must come through the building up nnd purification of the blood, thus adding strength and tone tn the vita...

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 August 1901

SCHOOLS IN CHOCTAW NATION. Rules (lovcrnlnj; ManaKcmcnt ami Control of School. Bpoolal to tho Ardmorolto. South McAlester, Aug. 24. Tlio following regulations have boon agreed upon between tho United States government und the chief of the (Jhoclnw Nntion rela ttvo to tho management and con trol of schools in tho Choctaw Nation. Tho superintendents, teachers and other employes in the schools of tho Choctaw Nation shall be selected and appointed, and their compensation fixed by a board to bo composed of the school super viBor of tho Choctaw Nation, ap pointed by tho sccertary of the interior and a representative np pointed by tho Principal Chi f of tho Choctaw Nation, and subji-ri to tho approval of the board of edu cation of the Choctaw Nation. Tho compensation of such repres ontativo of the Choctaw Nation shall bo fixed by tho Secretary of the Interior and paid out of tho revenues arising under section 29 of tho net of Juno 23, IsGS (stat. tin.) Hereafter no person shall be eligible...

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 August 1901

muim volume vni. I SIDNBY SUaOS, 1 I Proorletar. J ardmoee, ind. ter., Monday evening, august 20, 1901. I SUBSCRIPTION, l I One Year SS. J NUMBER 257 ) L. P. ANDERSON, B. F. FRENSLEY, President. Tlce President. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmore, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. Capital Paid Up. burplus r-una. Tho oldost bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon tho most liberal terms consistent with good banking. GIN INSURANCE; We are prepared to insure Gins in Reliable Companies at lowest tariff rates. Watch out for ,'iMutuals"and Wild Cat Companies. The Territory is full of them just now ROBERTS & POLAND. 2n 13. Our health policies cover usual we have the best C. R. Smith, President. Lek Cruce, Cashier. Ardmore National Bank Ardmore, I. T. Capita! Stock, $100,000.00 A general banking business transacted. The welfare of depositors will be our FIRST consideration. Tho interests of bank aud borrower are ...

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 August 1901

TX. titZZH HCEEK niC t tit OinrSursk. C&iws&w rwffias mmfcuvte iir pftuw utrt M Stars ttf' 3x Lmm -vi ftw an "SCT7 i jT XattE. J Tk -!aitr if lnit TP tout yfKXtr vC rub mmaxt k at nMrr IbtAk b an ufi Shst tEa tHanxtr "nr wire x i emttfeoi. yai awK Swgt ut ycuwae. net wii Tsr asc Snrsaa'o: ;rc She Ejjjb: Star icsis Ktefir qrtT Caries. SfafeiuaS Skuc a& nrsac TTnais. IumC md tnaaSir arrowr e Ctufe Sai Ww -rfc jf jqwtc is fee 'E vK!as jtf TOM4." 2as mw ay rSb jiti.jftim . mi - n. . - ws ac assay. a sots mm ar sa mm twb jmrniMOtM 5w ra atrf. wutoarf r fct fc xun-. Laaarl uat Cafe C&ssafat &m famlj Wmi M mate -rrw a '.hot liimt r.-.tt (hut MTV Vtl w-ci ' 7 tummamxtn a ova 4b Our Cme!jmuwi aKae. itr 'it rM ife Luc- Tor SKiS. ItSss ramuu-irfter if Jot- Utuway Jkr-&an Scmbib. Juait. it in ni j j ams i lauscKt te i ii iii i iinn iv "Siuhiibiiuiil 1 dstii 11T'-L Oil llll .L T -Jfcf gTT WTHgL JjirtWTna State, as 9m aCf at je& ?' I 111 ,1 Wf Kb Ctovrfianr t mimii m a...

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 August 1901

1 w and OLD PEOPLE IIUALDTON. Had Circulation Is the cause of most of Ute ills that come with old age. With advancing years there is a decline of strength and vigor the machinery of the body moves with less speed and accuracy. Because of the weak nnd irregular action of the heart the blood moves more slowly, becomes impure and loses much of its life-sustaining properties, and muscler, tlistici nnd nerves literally starve for lack of nourishment. A sluggish and polluted circulation is followed by a long train of bodily ailments. Cold feet, chilly sensations up nnd down the spine, poor appetite and digestion, soreness of the muscles, rheumatic pains, hard and fissured skin, face sores, chronic running ulcers on the lower limbs and other parts of the body these nnd many other diseases peculiar to old people nre due to n lack of healthy blood and imperfect circulation. Restoration to health must come through the building up and purification of the blood, Urns adding strength and tone ?0...

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 August 1901

THE DAM ARMWRElTLi tZSTXZ fWS' rrWJrtW. OSm ttf jrcMIwanfc- Ootst Street. aiafcru .g ft.t the pTtn2.f at Artmi-re " etraC caui itiX ittarr Trr r:. -St. I. omciix. woa or THE CBICEJLiA'W KA7JO:. Ali lb OSiClti Orfii ar tit Cf2CX.XM.T- STOrE AfOClAtaKC TOE TABLE. if. Cv'.ertte 3.ttt F Etr. 4 m-rrj. j eaU-r-itueLuiMC9t7Ez9rt4i 1- -n- i .rrr wra crrc.t run cnf Eir " Phone No. 5, jour x-ifcr kot 4it- Gcod roi4 E.tt irooa aaetaiS. BvtiafcFf ratartrFtF lb? estire pcWir Stteet ;fcEce racac trsia. tif sdoctiTt: Tark his ertfinl do-im fros3 bis pct& &sd Frret is jti of it. Ax ffert sboaM hi saaa to Cbt tie Salu.2 to exbtbit af oafliotioa of altin&taa'E tl tat St. Loaie Tbfc NcJioatJ b&ak of Cocaere of K&nstf Ciij bts bees Bprvav&d a reftmre a?eat for tb Aroraore 2CttioDd bant st tbi? ptee. Its b jrood thnz to do. Eo coarspe borae ir&dt. EfKt&k til of your totra aod rs&ce a eiort to bring all esreie; of basiois taosz si. Tee -Kiort of atjrr for tat p& rs...

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. — 26 August 1901

Y 1 lit 9 i9 o o o o n 4 'j X M M H M . 0 9 0, 0 0 9 0 BOtner nnd adds beauty to the homo are worn out. We keep the very Carpets, tlafc he, One other charm our goods possesses and that is our furniture and rugs fan be bought on eustalltneuts. Furnish your home on small monthly or weekly payments. Phone 173 A. G, YOUNG, "The Furniture Man." WEST MAIN STREET, ARDMORE, I, T. Rome Was Not Built in a Day ...and Time is required to equip a great grocery store. Owing to circumstances which we could not con trol we can not be prepared to serve you in first class style before Sept. 1. However, we have an immense stock of fresh groceries and can fill your order promptly. It's our ambition to have the biggest and best grocery store in Ardmore. and have it the most thoroughly equipped. This we will have by the first day of September. FELKER, the Grocer. Has been crowned king of all 5c cigars. Its flavor, aroma and urity stands head and shoulders above all other Cigars. Try one. J, R. PENNINGTON...

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. — 26 August 1901

WRECKOFTHEISLANDER I : Tragic Stories t oki by Sorrlrors of the Disaster. Yratn All .tretiutt lb- OfSrrr aad Crr-w ( iWr Maalt talk hr Icrbrn DM TMr Diitr aad d Rrrat Hra erj Captala l'oolr' The ryfttaaitj- far tn Ijeaaoar tfsMdter It betttff ttanca tlM fact CTtUehsi. tn aeeMeat l-en aaaraMaMe. Mft ft CJ daajaateft to tn Xaar Yort Saa. Tbe ftartot of ta tago;ec- of the czptatn betas m cited bj Bejoor are knvwa be oatroe. That Captaal FVxrte acted a 1m did in Mt wantrnc Imirrrliatrtr to pat the ateaantr on tle aeaca U eaafly aor Mi la rtew of to past erperieac ( UaU aarlcator bf la rximmaod of Um iCeaoMT Lraoat abort tiro jean ana. Tbe Danibe rtrry-t a pW-e of W off Tnfcu Ana, "bvb tore a bote ia tbe rttojaeft bow. bat balkbaW fared tbe ataaaaer from aVwliac. and an steam eJ Into Janeaa a lirtl- town by tbe bead, bat otbera-'.ae Intact She vac ttaapoianiy nv ri at Janeaa and r teamed down to ictorta aitb a bole ia ber bow ;aat at tbe water Bor. wfcka wn K-tnporarOy patented vttb re 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. — 26 August 1901

TO LOWER INSURANCE. New Tables Regarding: Mortal ity to Be Compiled. wfe, DECREASE PREMIUM BATES. the 'expectation' of life nt eneb nge. Is b follows: Fls.uren (intlieretl lir the Drltlali Lite Aaaurnnce Sueletlr Show Tunl AVe Live Liiiiitrr Improved Conditions Bnld to llur Added Two Yrnn lo ' tlie Avernue Lite. A movement Ih on foot In the Actu arial Society of America to compile n new series of tables for tuts life lusur mice companies of America. It Is ex pected that tlio now tables, says tlie New York Times, will reveal a decreas ed mortality ninonj: tlio people In this country, and this would linvo Its effect In tlecreasliiK the premium rates now (jbnrgptl by tho Insurnnco concerns. p'Tlw tables now used by American companies are based for tho most part upon tho experience of one company up to ao years ago. The new series of tables will show tlu effect of occupation upon mortality. At tho present time Insurance compa nies make different rates for the haz ardous occupations, but...

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. — 26 August 1901

aS ..: CHOCTW JLST1CE. Term cf Court M5 Just En Scl at Mayhew. A f racial syi: Tie Choctaw District court at Maynew ert grounds dosed after beisg ia ses sion twelve days- Daring the term six defendants ware convicted and whipped for stealing- Several were convicted of adultery and were fined from $10 to ?SO. There were a number fined for not tret ting oat permits ft? bob eitiaens, and fifty-seven divorce were creat ed during tbe Una. Abandon ment is not a gronad for divorce under the CboeUw law, and nearly all cf the divorce were granted for cruel treatment. There are several eases pending oa the doeket against Cboetaw ettiseas who are ohsrged with holding eattk for non-citiidB! ia vjoUtioa of l!e new law pasei lat Oetober. TW penalty for violating the law if thirty-nine lashes aad a tee i $100 to 3400 No ois bas ever been tried yet under the law, hat there will be several preeeutMS nsder it at lae next tera of court. The Mitchell wngooWs stood! the tesl of tuae. It rcproseats the p...

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. — 27 August 1901

4 VOLUME vni. f SIDNEY suaos, I I ProsrLt.r. AKDMORE. IND. TER., TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1901. I SUBSCRIPTION. V I Ob Year SI. NUMBER 258 L. P. AHDERSOH, President. B. P. FREH3LEY, Vice President. G. L. ANDERSON, S. Cashier. M. T0RBE7T, Asst. Ciskr. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmore, Indian Territory Designated Depository (or Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. $60,000.00 110,000.00 TWO DEATHS IN THE BEAUMONT OIL FIELD, cisod to provont an nccuraula. tion uear tho wolls. Nothing further is being dono tonight, save to protect tho othor wolls, and unless tho diving suits ar- rive tomorrow morning tho well will go another twonty.four hours. Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund CAPTURB DESERTER. Tho oldoit bank In Indian Torrltory. Accounts of Arms and individuals solicited upon tho moat liberal torms consistent with good banking. All that is Left... 5 a Bic Reward Offered to Close the Well Which is Gushing With Uncontrollable Fury. Grave Danger to the Field. corrmc.uT for the widow and orpha...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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