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PtfclUk4 Ka Aftaraooa CSataraar $M(1) u4 8udtr. Mocalaa;. . JSoa of poblteatJo. Oout IW ' Lis at Ik FetMIlM ot ArmT9 M tyd alaaa msU Mttw, mov. it. -m. v , MDBSOKIFTIOH ftaVMS. t, - - ' zmi cm cf ussssx AJTD THB CHICKASAW NATION. ' CI TV DIBBCTOBY. MiTfrr i " i i W. T. Oardaer . iuitm I t min. A. Sddlaaua, Lm Craee. L.O. ! iter. . K. Peaalaatoa. A. H. Buck r r A. ToKiloo4 a4 O. b. 0rr. r i iurk . 1M J a attoraar ; J. O. Onta CMf of FoHoa . Akor ud Collector.. City Tfftaror A. 8. PnUiam. W. B. Robert. . Ed 8 audita. . t IGa.lt. W. R. Arch.r. polleo juttife. Btrae Commlaalomer OUV Phraictaa. . J. W. Moffet. Olty Batfnaar. W. B. Johnaton. n. o vottmf. J. W. Banka. Q. H. Brace xa m ariv.rfAn a. h. ca. o. D. Garter. Colef of Plra DeDartment Horace KandalL. HAIE TABLE, Ctatf. Colorado aaal aaata Pa ataflvar. aoora-aoDirD. mraatoa aad Caleara Bxpnaa t: a. . biMfSa aaa Kanaac vnj Eipraaa. i ? Si t ? i " oara-aooaa. v l-toa aad Chleag-o Kxpreaa U:M a. a Olabome and Kaaaaa City KxpreaaJl : a. a A. Loots Ticket Arent. n. B. Kaaaaa. QeaartU Paaaaacar Acent. list i Less Elsiiiei TiSiplsai piion No. 6, If you want the Akdmobjeit. ASDMOU, TUESDAY, Oct. 16 H anna - is going to stamp Da kota and Minnesota. After being amused by the rough rider they are to be convulsed by the smooth rider," whose greatest feats have been performed with the check book and trust stock. ' An undated dispatch from Mac Arthur to the war department con tains the information that Captain Shields and forty-eight men, who were captured by insurgents re eently. have been rescned by the forces under General Luther Bare : There seems to be no solution : of the campaign that will be just to'the "result forecasters of both panics except to elect-both Bryan and McKinley. If either is de f eated it will needlessly inflict cha gnu and discomfiture on some earnest, painstaking statistician. Tbb Chinese situation is gradu ally '' working ont in favor of the orientals. The allies are not har monious In fact, there have been clashes1, 'and more serious ones are threatened. If peace negotiations - are delayed another three months an international war is a possibi ity. ' Bhtan ' spoke at Canton, O yesterday unexpectedly, as that place was not on his schedule for a stop. However, a good sized crowd greeted him and he spoke four or fivo minutes. He spoke very pleas antly to the president's fellow citi zens aad created e good impression on hia hearers. The supreme court has set the Neely extradition case and the cases involving the extension of the constitution over Porto Rico and the Philippines for the second week in 'November. These cases are thus deducted from the politi cal assets of both parties during the remainder of the campaign. Poor old Spain 1 It seems that .her troubles never will end. When she got rid of her (liberty loving . subjects and McKinley gave her 420,000,000 to pay the interest on her debts the world expected to see her happy : once more. But now the Carlists are disturbing her .slumbers by threats of an uprising to recover the throne. ' The purpose of the mine opera tors in offering a 10 per cent, ad' vance in wages to the strikers is on the point of being exposed by their threatened refusal to make a six months' contract. If they do re' " fuse this it will be potent that their offer was for political effect and was not made in good faith for the purpose' of alleviating the condi tion pf the miners. They insist 'on b'eine free to cut off the 10 per cent, after the election next month This is what the miners are seeking 'to guard against. They don't want to be forced out again in mid-winter. '. . . ' Dizziness, spells of blindness, jieadacbe and soar stomach are 'caused by torpid liver and const! pated bowels. Prickly Ash Bitten .removes ine cause m mo vruuuie .and, poU , the y system In perfect ''order. ' : " This is the season wnen mothers 'are alarmed on account of croup. It f i quickly cored by Oce Minute Congo Care, which iohildren like to 'tk. CJtyDrog Store, W. B. Pram rrosrSator. " i tiara inn QUESTIONS OF SlNdLEOR UOUBLE STATEHOOD. ft a4 ACaiaat Eltkw Ai MoaUoMtf Way Tarrltarfaa SfcoaM State aad War laalaa Tarrltorr la Nat Yet Keaar. Special to the Ard morel te. .. f Washington, D. O., Oct. 15. A de termined effort will be made dnrlng the coming session of congress to secure statehood for the Territory of Okla&oma. Plana are already being laid . to accomplish' this, with , fair prospects' of success. The 'move ment received It first impetus when the platform of the republican- and democratic parties were adopted by the national conventions. Both platforms contain specific declara tions In f avof of the early admission of the Territories of New: Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma to statehood. This declaration was inserted In both platforms at the solicitation ot the same men In the three territories above referred to. The object of this was to commit both parties in favor of the proposition, so that there would be no opposition from either party In congress next winter when the bills for . the admission of Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona come np for consideration. Of the threrf bills now pending be fore congress" the one providing statehood for the Territory of Okla homa has by far the best chances of becoming a law. It Is one of the pet measures of Delegate Dennis T FIynn,tbe vigilant and popular young representative from Oklahoma. Since the passage cf the Free Homes Bill at the last session of congress a measure introduced and championed by Mr. Flynn the Okhihoman has concentrated bis efforts on his other pet measure, providing statehood for bis Territory. In this Mr. Flynn has a double motive. First, he be lieves that Oklahoma Is clearly en titled to statehood, , possessing far more than the requisite number of population, and a citizenship the equal in point of Intelligence, ener gy and thrift of almost any of the Western states; and secondly be cause the admission of Oklahoma into the anion will carry with it for hint a seat in the United States sen ate, as his election to the latter place in the event he Is able to secure statehood for the Territory seems to be an assured fact. The most serious obstacle in the way of the successful passage of the Oklahoma bill is the division of pub lic sentiment with relation to the question of how the territory should be admitted into the onion as a state. Upon this question opin ion, both in congress and In Okla homa, is divided. Some advocate the admission of Oklahoma as it now exists, while others Insist that Okla homa and Indian Territories should De consolidated. This latter propo sition finds far more favor among the members of the house than the former, particularly among the mem bers of the Committee on Territories of the house and senate. It Is in sisted by many that Oklahoma with Its present limited territory would be entirely out of proportion in size to the other western states, but by Including the Indian Territoy it wonld not only have an adequate population but an adequate area It Is also pointed out that Oklahom Territory is solely an agricultural country, while the Indian Territory possesses valuable coal and mineral deposits which would give a state diversity of interests which would not render the people wholly de pendent upon a single pursuit. Bat another consideration is the question of the ability of the people to support independent state gov ernments In the two territories. It is believed by those who have made a study of this question that separate states would Impose burdensome taxation npon the citizens, far be' yond that of almost any other state in the anion. In years when crops were poor, in Oklahoma it would be exceedingly difficult for the people to meet the taxes imposed upon them. With the two territories con solidated the taxes would be dis tributed among' a much larger popu latlon with a greater number of industries to share in the expense of the government. In opposition to the proposition of the admission of the two territories into the nnion as one state, it is be ing urged that the Indian Territory, at present, Is not in a condition for state government. The tribal forms of government are still in existence and will continue, under treaty stip ulations, for several years to come, and until the terms of these govern ments expire it would ' be impossible to extend statehood to the Indian Territory.' The advocates of this proposition, however, have come forward with a solution which, it is believed, will meet all the requirements of the caae. They propose the immediate Admission of Oklahoma with a pro vision providing for the absorption of the Indian Territory as fast as the tribal forms ot government become extinct. This suggestion seems to meet with general favor and from present indications it will be the line along which . Delegate Flynn and others will conduct their fight, with apparently bright prospects ot suc cess. In the event of the passage of such a bill at the coming session of con-1 gress nothing wilt be done, with the ! Without good teeth thera cannot ... - bo perfect digestion; witnout perioct atioa there cannot be proper nutrition; without proper nutrition there health, what is Life! Dr. MAN HART wants, to cio. your.pentalswprk.y r :;.V ' Pnna WKv hi honid do its ? Hiirh Grade Material. Faut less Execution. Superb Equipmenti Wide Experience, Years of Practice, with ..... . (The rat tnat na ta eniovin? one evidence that his Dentistry has given 5 F1GUKE 2. 4 . of teeth and a neat workman, can I know but what it is one's own natural tooth. FIGURE 4. Figure 4 represents a full Upper to be placed in the mouth. It is to the two canines and, two last molars. Diffioult cases in Dentistry solicited. Special attention given to correcting irregular teeth for children in cases of Protrusion, Contraction normal esthetic contour of the face. Prices reasonable. , All work guaranteed. ' ft. f. MflNMRT. Dentist Office in Gorman. Building, over bills now pending in the . bouse and senate providing a territorial form of government for the Indian Terri tory. Bills of this character were introduced fn the house and senate last winter and strong efforts made to secure favorable reports from the committees on Territories of the boase and senate, but when congress adjourned nothing bad been done. The principal reason for tbis was a desire on the part of the members of tbe committees to wait until some decision was reached on tbe bill providing statehood for Oklahoma, which, it was expected, would in clude some provision for tbe Indian Territory. Neoga, 111., Oct. 14, '09. Pepsin Syrup Co., Monticello, 111. Gentlemen: I feel it my. duty to express to you my gratitude for what your wonderful remedy has done for me. I was completely run down with a complication of stomach die orderj. For ten months I could not work and was treated by three emi nent physicians. One insisted upon operating on me, declaring nothing short of an operation for appendici tis would core me. A friend induced me to try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and from tbe first dose I be gao to improve and have not bad any trouble since. I haye gained 25 pounds In weight and am enjoying the very best of health. I never fail to say a good word for Dr. Cald well's Byrup Pep9in, for I know what it bas done for me it will do for others. Gratefully yours, Charles Cubby. Sold by W. B. Frame, Ardmore, Davis and Oakland. The man who would be a leader must never keep the procession waiting. Feeling of safety pervades the household that uses One Minute Cough Cure, tbe only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. It is infallible for coughs, cold, croup and all throat and lung troubles. It will prevent consump tion. City Drug Store, W. B. Frame proprietor. Complaints tbe seashore tied. of married people at are murmors of the Prickly Ash Bitters cores diseases of the kidneys, cleanses and strengthens tbe liver, stomacb and bowels. ' A is the letter of tbe most benefit to a deaf woman, because it makes her hear. - Ta Flrat Vatara. Too are a young man casting your first ballot. We congratulate yon. We also call your attention to Dr. Caldwell's Byrnp Pepsin for coa- stipatios, Indigestion, sick headache and stomacb trouble. At W. B. Frame's, Ardmore. Davis and Oak land. -c- MM,-,,a,,,,aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa1aaafJM m. . xv w m m w , v .hb wa aw a ; ss : ? an m. aaa m t h m - , . be thorough mastication; without thonmgfc mastication .... i i un'.teint;utinn -without Droper assiuu- aigesuca mere wwnui w i"u1 A ::V . .'- r - . the advantages of the best Colleges. . , i. rv ..-i . oi me largest uenuu uracucco tu satisfaction and his methods popular. fr. FIGURE !. GOLD Nos. 1 and 2 show two teeth badly .decayed., ;The nerves have been killed and the nerves' spacta treated and filled and n!n wmented into the root. Nos. 3 and 4, Gold Caps ready for same. Nos. 5 and 6, Gold Nos. 1 and 2 show the front and side views of a Porcelain Crown. Nos. 3 and 4 show; how a natural root cut in half looks. No. 5 shows how the root ' would look in the mouth before . placing the crown. No. 6 shows a section of the whole piece of work completed. The crowns are cemented to their place by a strong cement that becomes as hard as stone. As they are manufactured in all sizes, shapes and colors, a person can have their teeth crowned and not wear a plate. A dentist who is a good judge match a front tooth so no one will Artificial FIGURE 5. Bridge, ready be fastened ta those made of more Rubber Plate answers the purpose nicely.) or any other malformation, of Young's Furniture Store, Main Street, Ardmore, Ind. Ter. Phone 22 Moore's Pilules are a guaranteed cure for all forms of Malaria, Ague Chills and fever, Swamp Fever, Ma larial Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaundice, Biliousness, fetid breath and a tired, listless feeling. Tbey cur Rheuma tism and the lassitude following Mood poison produced from malaria! pois oning. No Quinine. No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely tasteless. Price 50c per box. Dr. C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by W. B. Frame, City Drug Store. Shawnee will organize a foet ball team. The members will inaugurate an innovation by having their bair clipped as close to the bead as clip pers will clip it. Constipation is the rock that wrecks many lives; it poisons the very life blood. Regulation can be established through the use of Prickly Ash Bitters. It Is mildly cathartic and strengthens the stom acb, liver and kidneys. a man was recently arrested for a vag at OklahomaCity who, on being searched at the police station, was found to possess nearly 11,000 in coin of the realm. Bitter fighting does not necessari ly mean personal abuse or unsavory remarks. eep your temper. Work for your party and stand by ycur convictions work all night and talk ail day if you find It essential to your success. It will irritate you and cause Dyspepsia, but you can find relief for that in Dr. Caldwell's Syrnp Pepsin, which is guaranteed by W. B. Frame, Ardmore, Davis and Oakland. tlelra Wanted. lo tne unknown heirs and next of kin of John Andrews, deceased: You are hereby notified that John Andrews died on bis farm in Coffee Bend, Ind. Ter., on tbe day of August, 1900. leaving an estate ot tbe appraised value of 1725 00. Tbe deceased was about sixty years of age, five feet six inches tall, and weighed about oce hundred and twenty-five pounds. He was slightly stooped and his hair and beard were yellow, streaked with gray. Tbe place of bis nativity is unknown. ills heirs, if any be has, are invited to come forward and prove their rights. J. D. IIkislby, Administrator 27d6w John Andrews' estate' , Dr. Wll. Lewis, Lawrence, Va.. writes, "I am using Kodal Dyspep sia Care in my practice among sev eral cases of .Indigestion and find it an admirable remedy." Many hun dreds of physicians depend upon the use of Kodal Dyspepsia Cure in stomacb troubles. It digests what you eat. and allows yon to eat all the good food yoo need, provided yoo do not overload your stomach. Gives instant relief nd a permanent cure. City Drug Store, W. B. Pran,e proprietor. , - - - .4t,ft cannot oe eoou . " ' - c . He insures sausiacuuu. tk. inHion i ornrorv. ia tnm m-- ------t -r - - . - r if ; CROWNS. Caps cemented to same. BRIDGE WORK. T FIGURE'S," Fig. 3 represents a case with the lower four front teeth missing and a bridge made to replace them The canine or cuspid teeth to be crowned the four teeth being at tached to the crown. Teeth on Plates. Figure 5 represents a full Upper Plate. 1 - Artificial Teeth are mount ed on Gold, Silver. Platinum Aluminum, Porcelain, Cellu loid and Rubber. Rubber seems to be the m6st universal plate used because it is cheap, easy to mate," and the Dentist can afford to put them up for a much-less price than expensive material. (A well made the Dental Arch, and restoring. the , Wives and. daughters of farmers about Cbickasha have formed a cot ton pickers' association and are turning out in tbe fields helping their husbands and brothers to gather their crops." ' ' - We have seen tbe frail infant when the faint struggle for existence seem' ed almost ended, resuscitated and made strong by the use of White Cream Vermifuge. Price 25 cents at City Drug Store. Giiin Gooiu Now owns the .. Sue Wing Restanrao Meal tickets here good in Gaines ville. Private dining rooms, electric rans. Best uninese cook in America, Phone 78. Sacred Heart Acaaemy GAINESVILLE, TEXAS. A Boarding School for girls. Reryear, $150. for particulars address MOTHER SUPERIOR sacred heart convent, Gainesville, : Texas. F. 6. HcPEAK & CO., ...Commision Merchants. . Fort Wouth, Tfxas. Members Np w t irlo.tna rwfnn - - .... WVWU A change; Chicago Board of Trade. Private wires to New York Stock, Cotton and 'Grain Exchanges. New Orleans fVittnn P.Tlia nna tin 4 OKI. cago Beard of Trade. Your busiuess is earnestly solicited. Long distance telephone 407. Reference, any bank In Fnrt Wnrth Economy . . Is good judgment. That old winter suit, clean) and dyed, will look as good as nw. Take it to B. F. Mills. Suits and Pants made to order. A fine line New Samples just ia. . Second hand clothing bought and sold. B. F..niLLS. " . : 218 West Maia Street. THE WORLD'S - 7? 1 r 1 mn,m 'lTT M (y&aLUiiUJih4jaa.yka 9 URCELLa IT. c FOR Cooking Stoves Heating Stoves Br Be sure tojsee Alters & 1845 f X c . J, aaaafaaSBBaBiaWaaaBB f"' "" 1ft. : rTaf. jrmXJrjmtgtKmmm m DODD. Prtsldiat. The Mutual Denefit lite Insurance Co. NEWARK. N. J. , His Leading Annral DiriCsnd Company of tka World. No Stockholders. Dividends Paid to Policyholders Annually No Tontine ' Or Deferred Dividend Accumulations, to be Forfeited in Case of Death or Default in Premium Payments. Conspicuouslfor Economy, And e Large Returns to Policyholders in Proportion to Payments by Them. Premium receipts since organization in 1845, abontj $205,000,000 Returned to Policyholders (policy surrender values) ahnnt Accumulated for Policyholders' Surplus,' 'about , HUNTER A. CRAYCROFT, State Agent, 203-U04-2P5 Linz Building, Dallas, Texas. N. R. USUAL, District Agent Chickasaw Nation. Ardmore, 1. T. BUTLER & DERRICK, Local Agents. Marietta. I. T. WHEN THE KIDNEYS ARE: Tiieu makt known HEADAOtlS. SLtlPLLSSNLSS. NERVDU. WEAKNESS. BACKACHES, CHANCES IN 19 UA-UtMUUJ TO A SUCCESSFUL KlDWtYRtMEDr. , tt deeaises the system w ivvy a a ucannu anasTrerxjincnioa mnuence " - . VTB aak. a aaa. a . to urn aunenna waneys. rUMTltS TnL BUJ 00, stimulates the liver, Slomich and Bowels. and works a speedu Improve net sthe comfit ion or th bodjj. T ORUOOISTS. B. FRAME. Special Agent. vouisre & HEINTZ. DALUA3 Machinery, Hill C Gin Supplies iil'.'-' " 'K l "'iS Crtds BeIUn2o Speclslty.' ;, MQUS .'FLOUR.- Leafier Sold by grocers every where. -Absolutely the best flour ever placed on the Ardmore market. A. KL0SKI. Sole Agent. Ardmore, I. T. GOOD from $7 Up. from $2.50 Up. - - Russe II. i900 claims, dividends and 174,000,000 71,000,000 5.500,000 future benefit, about. 1 OVERWORKED tbirconAiiookifrniCnv URINE, AND IRRITABLE TtMPMCS NEQLE.CT THESE WAnHlMQS. YOU SHOULD act at once; BITTERS of poisons and Impurities. in TEaCAQ. 7