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J SPECIAL SALE FOR THIS WEEK. J $ We are showing a large line of Ladies' Fancy Chokers, Sailor Collars, Arabian Lace Collars and Fancy Fronts to be worn with Tailor suits; all go at first cost. Come and see them. Our entire line of Ladies' Chataline Bags, Purses, Belts, Etc., below cost. 46 inch black brocade, worth 50 cents at 40 in. satin finished Venetians worth 75c, at 40 inch all wool Henriettas, worth 75c, at -. 38 inch Albatros, worth 40c, at A few nobby things THE INDIAN QUESTION. How President Roosevelt In His Mes sage Tackles the Indian Problem. That part ot President Hoosevolt'8 message which is ot especial Interest to the renders of the Ardmorelte Is us follows: "In ray Judgment, the time lirta ar ilved when wc should definitely make Up our minds to recognize the Indian nfcs an Individual and not as a member of ft tribe. Tho general allotment act is a mighty pulverizing engine to break up tho tribal mass. It acts directly up on tho family and Individual. Under its provision soma GO.OOO Indians have already become citizens of the United States. Wo should now break up their tribal funds, doing for them what allotment does for tribal lands; that is, they should bo divided Into individual holdings. Thoro will ho a transition porlod during which the funds will In many cases havo to be hold In trust. This is the caso also with the lands. A stop should bo put upon tho Indiscriminate permission to In dians to lease their allotments. The effort should be stend 'y to make the Indian work llko any other man cn lili cwn ground. The mnrrlaso laws of the Indians should be made tho same as thoso of tho whites. 'In tho schools the education should bo clomontary and largoly industrial. The needs of higher education among tho Indians Is very, very limited. On tho reservations care should be taken to try to suit tho teaching to tho needs of tho particular Indian. Thero Is no uso In attempting to induco agriculture in a country suited only for cattle rais ing, whore tho Indian should bo made a stock grower. Tho ration system which Is moroly corral nnd the reserva tion system. Is highly detrimental to tho Indlas. It promotes beggary, per pctuatcs pauperism and stifles Indus try. It Is an effectual barrier to pro gress. It must continuo to a greater or less degree as long as tribes are horded on resovations nnd havo every thing in common. Tho Indian should Ijo treated as an Individual llko tho white man. During tho change of treat mont Inevitable hardships will occur, every effort should ho made to rain- lmlzo theso hardships, but wo should not because of them hesitate to make tho change. Thero should ho a contin ucu3 reduction In agencies." Women and Jewels. Jewels, candy, flowers, man that is ho order of woman's prefovencoq Jowols form a magnet of mighty pow cr to tho averago woman. Even the greatest of all jewels, health, is of v ton ruined in tho strenuous effort to maka or savo tho money to purchaso them. If n woman will risk her health to got ft coveted gem, then let her fortify herself against the insiduous consequences of coughs, colds and bronchial affections by tho regular uso of Dr. Boscheo's Gorman Syrup, It will promptly arrest consumption In Its early stages and heal tho affected lungs and bronchial tubes nnd drive tho dread dlscaso from tho system. It & not a cure-all, but It is a certain cure for coughs, colds and nil bronchial troubles. You can got Dr. G. O. Oreon's reliable remedies at City Drug Storo. Ardmoro and Madlll. Get Green's Special Almanac. For broken limbs, chilblains, burns, scalds, bruised shins, ooro thront, and sores of every kind, apply Ballard's Snow Liniment. It will glvo Immedlato relief nnd heal any wound. Prlco 25 cts. and CO cts. W. B. Framo, City Drug Storo. Dress Gnosis 30c 55c 50c 25c in shirt patterns worth LEATHERlOOD St FIELDER. A uu Holiday Rates. Tho Choctaw lloute will sell tickets from points in Indian and Oklahoma Territories to points in Arkansas at one and one-third faro for the round trip, with Ilnal return limit of thirty days. Dates of sale Dec. 21, 22 and 23rd. For full Information call on nearest agent or write JNO. W. TEDFORD, T. P. A., Oklahoma City, O. T. C. U. HART, G. W. A., Oklahoma City, O. T. GEO. II. LEE, G. I. & T. A., Little Rock, Ark. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as thoy cannot roach the diseased portion of tho car. Thero is only ono way to euro deaf ness, and that is by constitutional lorn cdlos. Deafness is caused by an In flamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets Inllnracd you havo a rumb ling sound of imperfect hearing, nnd when it is entirely closed deafness is tho result, nnd unless tho Inflamma tion enn bo taken out and this tubo restored to Its normal condition, hear ing will ho destroyed forever; nlno cases out of ten nro caused by catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Wo will glvo Ono Hundred Dol lars for any case ot deafness (cnuscd by catarrh) that can not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu lars, free. P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 7uc. Hall's Family Pills arc tho best Saw Death Near. "It often made my heart ncho," writes L. C. Ovcrstrcet, of Elgin, Tonn. 'to hear my wife cough until It scorned her weak and soro Lungs would col lapse. Good doctors said sho was so far gono with consumption that no mcdlclno or earthly help could savo her, but a friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery and persistent uso of this excellent medicine saved her Ilfo." It's absolutely guaranteed for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung diseases. DOc and $1 at W. B. Frame. Tho child who conjugates a verb doesn't always do It with an inter est Intense. Says He Was Tortured. "I suffered such pain from corns I could hardly walk," writes H. llobln son, Hillsborough, HI., "hut Ducklon's Arnica Salvo completely cured them." Acts llko magic on sprains, bruises, cuts, sores, burns, bolls, ulcers, and piles. Curo guaranteed by W. D. Frame, 25c. The Best Plaster. A pleco of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Halm and bound to tho affected parts is superior toany plaster. When troubled with lumo back or pains In tho side or chest, glvo It a trial and you aro certain to bo more than pleased with tho prompt rollef which It affords. Pain Halm also cures rheumatism. Ono application gives rd For sale by City Drug Storo and F. F. J. Itamsoy. Speaking of fast colors, there aro blushes that quickly corao and go. COUGHS, COLDS IN CHILDREN. Recommendation of a Well Known Chicago Physician. I uso and prescribe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for almost oil obsti natto, constricted coughs, with direct results. I prescrlbo it to children of all ages. Am glad to recommend it to nil in need and Booking relief from colds nnd coughs and bronchial nfllic tlons. It is non-narcotic and safo in tho hands of tho most unprofessional. A universal panacea for all mankind Mrs. Mary R. Molendy, M. D Ph. D Chicago, III. This remedy Is for sale by City Drug Storo, F. J, Ram-soy. 38 inch Covert Suitings, worth ifr 60c. at UC 54 inch black Broadcloth, worth $1.75, at 54 inch Preistleys C rave nets, worth $1.75, at 40in. Preistleys silk warp, DrapD'Alma, $1.50, at 50 inch black cheviot worth 75c at $5.00 to $6.00 at $3.75. Trimmings At Cost.: A TEXAS WONDER, HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kidney nnd bind- der troubles, removos grnvel, euros diabetes, seminal emission, weak and lame back, rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys nnd bladder in both women and men. Regulates bladder trouble In children. If not sold by your druggist, will bo sent by mull on receipt of $1. Ono small bottlo Is two month's treatment and will curo any causo abovo men tioned. DR. E. W. HALL. Sole manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo., for merly of Waco, Toxas. Sold by all druggist and W. 13. Frame, Ardmoro, I. T. READ THIS. Waco, Texas, Oct. 8, 1901. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis: Denr Sir Replying to your Inquiry regard ing tho Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, i wish to say that I regard it as tho most wonderful of any medi cine I havo any knowledgo of. I Arm ly believe It cured mo of n severo kid noy troublo in 1897, as slnco that time I havo passed a rigid examination for life insurance. I cheerfully rccommenn it to any ono suffering with kidney trouble, idoso respectfully, HORACE M. MINIER. Holiday Rates. Tho Choctaw Routo will sell tickets to points on their lino, within two hundred (200) miles of selling point, nt ono and one-third faro for the round trip. Dates of salo Dec. 24, 25 and 31st and Jan. 1st, with final return limit January 2nd, 1902. For full Information call on ngent or write. GEO. H. LEE, G.P. & T.A.. Llttlo Rock, Ark. Editor Lynch ol Jally Post" Phillips burg, N. J., has tested tho merits of Foley's Honey and Tar with this re sult: "I have used a great many pat cnt remedies In my family for coughs and colds, and I can honestly say your Honey aim Tar Is tho best thing of tho kind I havo ever used and I cannot say too much in pralso ot it" Bonner & Bonner. "Just becauso I don't want to," thought tho clnra, "I'm sure to find an opening." Reliable Shoes ! SCHOOL TIME MEANS SHOES, It's tho school shoes that Rets the hard knocks. Cast iron would be just tho thing for school shoes if it were more pliable and not so heaw. Tho next best thing is our select line of school shoes made from oil grain box calf and satin calf. Special value at $1,25, 51,50, $1.75, S2.00 See us before you buy. LYNN 1HE ffl SHOE MAN $1 20 $1 20 $1 20 50c m hiss. m " m m mm. w w AlIDtlORrS 516 SADDLERY and Lowest o! Ilattde p. , . And Harness House invites you to visit their . ., Pj($ H store. Since purchasing tho Tonniaon stock we j3d(llC5 If! 1112 i hove by fur tho Invest and finest stock of goods T AFdulOfd. m Ardmore. It comprises everything kept in a uffHOfV. llrst claas Saddle House, nnd we are making low prices on everything. Hony Austin is still with us, nnd mnkes tho kind of saddles tho boys n I iL t All llfnGS Of nt when they want good ones. OHljtlltW lepi m L. J. JOHNSON, ?f" I "THE SADDLER." mi HOT K MM W m m DLAMHCTS. tit i HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS. On December 21-22-I.3, 1001, tho St. Louis Southwestern Railway company of Texas will sell round trip tickets from all stations on its lino to points in Missouri, Arkansas and tho South east, at greatly reduced rates. Theso tickets will bear return limit ot thirty days from dato ot salo. As usual, tho COTTON BELT ROUTE will offer spec...! inducements in tho way ot equipment, scrvico and connections for tho accommodation ot thoso wishing to spend tho Christmas at home. This road enjoys a wide spread popularity on account of the nvnnllnnt .n..nn In .1. 1 1. 11.- u.uuuub uiuiiuvi i ii ii ivii in u uur lday business has been cared tor in years pnst, nnd will sparo no effort to prove worthy of Its reputation In this respect. For full Information regarding ratss and schedules, and for descriptive pamphlets, addrcsB any agent ot this company, or IT.P.Littlo.P.A., Hus Hoover, T.P.A. I Corslcana, Tex. Waco, Tex. D. M. Morgan, T.P.A., Ft. Worth, Tex. W.H. Weeks, G.P.&T.A., Tyler, Toxas. Information Wanted. Tho manufacturers of Banner Salvo Having always bolloved that no doctor or mcdlclno can curo In ovcry cobo, hut novor having heard whero Banner Salvo failed to cum ulcoro, sores, tet ter, eczema, or piles, ns a matter of curiosity would llko to know It thero aro such cases. If so thov will pimiiv refund tho monoy. Bonnor & Bonnor. "I bollovo thoro Is a tlmo for every thing," said tho clock tinker, "but faith without works is dead." Tho coal miner has to get right down to business. Don't Do It. Do not tako Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Popsln unless you hnvo constipation, indigestion, sick headache or some form of stomach trouble, such as dys- nonsln. lillllniiRtinflft nr lipnrtlinrn Yin theso aro what It la guaranteed to cure, aoid by w. u. Framo, Ardmoro and Madlll. A few novelty suit patterns to close out at following low prices: $4.00 sUk and wool novel- jJ2 gQ $6.O0 silk and wool novel- $8.50 silk and wool novel- jjjg qq $12.50 and $15.00 silk and Qo Eft wool novelty at pO oJ Goal vs. Clinkers If clinkers were n penny a ton you wouldn't buy them to heat with, yet you pay tho coal price for them when you buy poor coal. Eyor think of thatl .. .. Let us fill your ins with the kind of Coal that Burns to Ashes. ARDMORE ICE CO. E. J. Simpson, Proprietor. BEST $2 a day house on the Santa Fe. Special atten tion given to commercial men. Sample rooms free. New management throughont. Plrcell, I. T. WOOD YARD North Caddo Street. PHONE 116. BEST QUALITY OF COOK AND HEATER WOOD. L. B. Roberson, Prop. bit HI Warnlwt Order. In tho United Htates District Court in the Indian Territory, Houtborn Dlstrloct Chun. O, Stewart, Dalutltl, ) v 4932 Emma Stewart, Defendant, J Tho defendant, Hinma Stewart, l warn, ed to appear In this court In thirty day. and answer tbe complaint of tbe::plalntllT, Chaa. (1 Htowurt. Wltnom the Hon Iloaoa Townaend judge of auld court and tbe seal tbereottbla zvtb day of Nov, 1101. IiualI C m Campbell, Clerk, M. K. W1d'!j Attorney. S. II, nutlnr Attorney non-resident. First published Hoy. M, 1V01. 4 0 4 20 POUND FRUIT CAKE FREE I will give free to tho person turning in the most bread checks on January 1, 1902, a twenty pound fruit cake free of all cost. One check goes with every 25 cts, worth of bread. Bill of Fare Fresh Cream Puffs. Cocoanut Macaroons. Almond Macaroons. Lady Fingers. , Angel Food. Doughnuts. Cakes and Piss. Jelly Rolls, etc. Kept on hand at all times. J. H. SPIEGLE. HOTEL HAMPTON Pauls Valley, I. T. Everything new and first-class . Special attention given to transient trade. Best sample rooms in the city. Rates $2 per day.' Olivette Soap. (4 w. ....Will Stand.... THE TEST.