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WOULD GO TO MEXICO.
Indians Said to De Anxlout to Mi grate to the Southern Republic. Anailarko, I. T., Oot. 13. A apodal council of tlio different Indian trlbos In this locality was bold In Annilarko thlH wcok, to take the prellmnary steps toward wouring n large track of lantl In Mexico. Thla land com prised two million acres, beginning at the nortlienat comer of the atate of Oblbualnin touching the Rio Grande river, and extending far Into the In terior. This land la corered by a mortgage for $300,000 and It la neces sary to come to a declalcm In regard to tli matter before thla mortgage la due. Cftddoa, Comanchea, Wlctal Ihm and Ajmrhea have an opUon on the laud and It la pronoMri that tlie Unit 1 States government purchase thin tmct of land, for which one million dollars la uaked, na a home for the Indiana, and take In oxchange the lands allotted to theae trlbea In thla country. Aftor appointing Lone "Wolf a n delegate to go to Washing ton and Interview the nuthorltlea In rogard to thla matter, the committee adjourned, to meet again after his re turn, which will be about November 1. If everything la favorable, a dele gation of at least ton men wilt be sent to Moxlco to Inspect the laud. This matter la of great Importance to both Indiana and white cltlsens. If tho deal Is consummated the Indiana will havo a homo In tho land where thoy may roam at will over broad pralrlofl, and llvo more In accordance with tholr Inclination anil tradltloua than It la possible for them to do In this country. While, on the other hand, It would. In the nenr future, ionon anotbor largo tract of land In Oklahoma to homestead settlement. Tho men who havo boon Instrumental In ngltatlng this question nro from tho dlfforcnt trlboa, among whom aro Quanah I'arkor, Lone Wolf, Zxondlno and Jim Hob. The majority of tho Indians nro In favor of tho movement. How's This. Wo offer ono hundred dollars re ward for any caso of catarrh that can not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O. Wo, tho undorslgncd, havo known P. J. Chcnoy for tho paBt fifteen years and bellovo him porfectly honorablo In all business transactions and finan cially nblo to carry out any obligations made by their firm. WEST & TRUAX, Wholosalo druggists, Toledo, O. WALDING, KINNAN & MAHVIN, Wholosalo druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter nally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfncea of tho system. Testimonials sent frco. Prlco 75c per bottlo. Sold by nil druggists. Hall's Pamlly I'IIIb aro tho best. IS DRIFTING AWAY. Cuba's Friendliness Toward the Unit ed States Is Waning. Washington, Oct. 13. Tho situation as to Cuba Is such at prosont ns to glvo officials horo groat concorn. It is foarod that Cuba Is drilling away and evldonoo Is multiplying day by day to mark tho growth of n spirit on In dlfferonco (award tho cultivation of friendly common Inl relations with tho United States that almost borders o) hostility. Tho troaty.whlch, by tho terms of tho I'Intt amendment, might bo on toir,i Into botwoon tho two govern ments, Is now nwnttlng tho approval of tho Cuban government, which ap proval Is withhold, not with any ox pressed lutontlon of rejecting tho con vention, but through what Is rogarded here as tho natural Inertia of tho Cu bans In diplomatic mattors. This treaty Includes provisions for n con siderable measure of reciprocity bo twoon tho United States and Cuba, and while It Is truo tho Cubans bellovo that tho United States has been rather niggardly In tho arrangement of tho reciprocity schedules, tholr objections aro not regarded as suftlclont to ac count for tho great delay In conclud lug tho treaty. Howovor, thoro Is no Intention, It Is said, t oresort to any undue prossuro on the Cubans. It must bo an awful strain on tho red nosod man who tries to look Intol lectual. You novor, In nil your llfo, heard c man complaining about n studnhnirn buggy. Thoy always glvo porfect tntisractlon. Sold by NOBLE rmos. "Watch h UJn. "When thav urn n(rnni iiV, i i.. danger, says Dr. Abornethy, tho groat Lngllsh physician. Poloy's Kldnoy vuro niaices sound kidneys. Sold by Power marriages would ho failures it love woro only blind In one eyo. A Dozen Times a Nlnht. M. Owen Dunn of Ronton Forry, W. Va., writes: "J havo had kldnoy and bladder (roublo for years, and It bo camo so bad that I was obliged to get up at least a dozon times a night. I novor recolved ony permanent honoflt from any raedlclno until I Med Foloy'a Kldnoy Curo. After using two bottloa i urn curcu. jsoju by uonnor & Boa nor. DIXIE. Special Correspondence. Dixie, I. T., Oct. 13. We havo bad a wook of pretty weather and farmers nro using It. Our gin runs all day and ofton late In tho night. It has ginned about 4B0 baloa. Mr. Hutches of Toxaa paeeod through en route home laat Monday. Also Mr. Tom Ueaty and Dr. Cox of Alvord, Texaa, paaaed through on a prospecting tour. Seven wagons from Texna pasted through going to tho Washita after corn Mr. Ilradabaw and Mr. Keller made a trip out weal last week. Dr. llenaon went to ltynu Sunday. Several of our community are going to the show at Ardinore. Mr. Ilradabaw has aold his barber shop to Mr. Nix. Mr. Solomon's lxtby was vary sick last week, but la batter. Mr. Burroughs Is up after serious Illness. Mr. Hanson's baby was sick lust week, but Is a little batter now. Married, last Sunday at Mr. Joe Thompson's, Miss Myrtle, his daugh ter, and Mr. Proctor, ltev. J. W. Jack son oinclallug. Our pooplo nre highly elated over tho probability of gottlng a govern ment townslte here. Dial Henderson of tho Comanoho country wna visiting hero Sunday. The 'young people enjoyod n nlco social at Mr. Admlre's Saturday night. We sell harnosa, nud It llko other merchtindlae In our store, Is tho host NODLlii BltOS. A good mnny Inventors plainly show that thoy nro rolated to' nccos slty. Forty Years Torture. To bo rolloved from a torturing ills- oaso aftor 10 years of torturo might well causo tho gratltudo of any ono. That Is what DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo did for C. Hancy, Gonova, O Ho says: "DoWltt's Witch Hazol Salvo cured mo of pllos after I had sufforod 10 yoars." Cures cuts, burns, wounds, skin diseases. Bownro of counterfeits. City Drug Store. Soma girls nro engaged onco too often and somo onco too soldom. Strlcxen with Paralysis. Hcndorson Qrlmctt of this nlncowaa stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost tho uso of ono arm and side. After bolng treated by nn emi nent physician for quite a whllo with out relief, my wlfo rccommcndodCham- borlaln's rain Balm, and aftor using two bottles or it ho Is almost entirely cured. Geo. 11. McDonald, Man, Logan county, v Va. Sovoral other very re- markablo curoo of partial paralysis havo boon effected by the use of this llnlmont. It Is most widely known, howovor, as a curo for rboumntlsm, sprains and bruises. SoU by City Drug Storo and P. J. Ramsey. No, Maude dnr, tho minors' strlko has i. it affected tho prlco of cole slaw. Bronchitis for Twenty Years. Mrs. Mlnorvn Smith of Dannvlllo 111., wrltos: "I had bronchitis for twonty years and novor cot relief until I used Poloy's Honey nnd Tar, wnicn is a suro curo." Contains no oplatos. Sold by Bonnor & Bonnor. A little learning oftou savos a man from Jury duty. LAMPS GIVEN AWAY Beginning August 1, I will glvo away to tho family purr basing ihn mosl bread of mc, for the next nlno- (y days a flno, bcaudful red lamp an ornament (o any p trior. Call and SCO It. Will also glvo ono i tho hotel or restaurant purchaslug tho most bread of mo, a nlco parlor limp. Photographs Giyen Away, Will also glvo ono dozen cabinet slzo photographs. I uso tho best flour. Everything sell Is llrst-class. Respectfully, J. H. SPIEGLE, NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho District Court of tho United Stntos, for tho Southern district, at Ardmoro. In tho matter of Leo Mays & Co, bankrupts, In bankrupt cy. : To tho creditors of Loo Mays & Co., In tho Southern district, In tho In dian Territory, at Ardmoro, a bank rupt: Notlco is horoby glvon that on tho 3d day of October, 1802, tho said Leo Mays & Co was duly adjudged bank' rupt, and that tho first meeting of his crodltors will bo hold at ray ofllco at tho courthouso, In tho city of Ardmoro, ou tho ISth of October, 1902, at 2 o'clock In tho afternoon, at which tlmo tho said creditors may attend, provo tholr claims, appoint n trusteo, oxnm ino tho bankrupt nnd transact such other business as may como boforo said meotlng. JOHN HINKLE, Roforoo In Bankruptcy, First published Oct 6, 1902. BANNER SA LVE tho moat healing aalve In the world. A BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP FREE. "Thoro Is a tido In the atfcalrs of men, which, taken at tho flood, leads on to fortune" Wo nro going to mako this year tho turning point In tho llfo of somo energetic, bright, hustling boy today tho real man Is tho man of businoss, and you know, too, that almost ovory lino of honost work In tho world Is open to women. How dlfforcnt from a fow yoarn agol Now, horo is a plnn that will placo at your com mand a first-class businoss education, fit you for earning a good salary or equip you for tho successful managoraont of any businoss ontorprlso. And It la so simple, so easy, and such pleasant employment that no young man or lady can afford to lot It pass. To the person sending us tho largest list of annual subscribers to tho Weekly bar, 1902, wo will sond a paid up scholarship In tho Southwestern Businoss University of Oklahoma City. This college has been established for a num ber of yoars and has ovory cnulpmont necessar; io Impart u thorough busi ness education. Its teachers aro monof training In their various linos of work and you are given your choice of book-keeping and banking or sten ography. Thoso coursos Include thorough training In ponmanshlp, spelling, letter writing and Kngllah. Do not hosltnte; ontor tho contest who nro reading tho papor now will Another fcaturo of tlio contost Is, work while earning tlio scholarship. annual subscriber, or In othor words, for cants, and keep tho 15 conts to pay you ho furnished you. Bo tho first In your work. Surely you can send In as many this blank tonight nnd mall It to us. THE ARDMOREITE, Ardmore. I. T. I desire to onter tho contost for th Businoss University at Oklahoma City Ploaso sond mo samplo coplo-3 and tho necessary blanks for Bonding In namos and making remittances. Yours vory truly, (Namo) (Postofflco) HALL & 303 Main Street. Echolb' Old Stand, Opposite Opera House : : : : Telephone No. 104, ARDMORE. - - IND. TER. Just opened up with a big stock of Furniture, Stoves, Dishes, Tinware and all kinds of Household Goods, both New and Second-Hand. WE IIAVE TOO MANY SECOND-HAND STOVES, GUNS AND BICYCLES. Wo will buy your old stove, or repair it the Bame day you bring it in. :::::::: Call and get our prices and make our store your headquarters. Wo aro just from Arkansas, and wo can show you that our prices on all kinds of Household Goods aro tho lowest ever heard of. Remember tho place Hall & mills. P. S. Nineteen years in tho Stovo Repair business. To Dalifomia VThrouuh land Tourist Sleeper every Tuesday, 'i fOO Tcxa to California .ScpttOct jTYTSlr .at home: Fro Through Reclining Choir Cera Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and THB WEST. tu Double Dally Service MEMPHIsrTho EAST and SOUTHEAST. Puflmaa Buffet Sleeping Car. Mw U4 VetUbufM Trtlu. Bciil4 BohtluU. flrtMi Sirrli. TM MIT UK I TO TNI lOUTKUIT lt M TmurtHTHtMMW tw WitMlln tU U.l.l m w a 1U, r a44rM LI.Mfiri,T.r.JL llit.Tu. . 9. UiHtt. l.t.L, Okliki.t, 6.T. or girl. You well understand that Ardmoreite by tho 1st day of Dccom- today. Sdo your friends. Many of them renew for a year. you get good pay for ovory hour's Wo will glvo you 15 centa for ovory ovory subscrlbor you romlt us 85 for your limo. Samplo copies will town or neighborhood to tako up tho as twonty subscribers. Pill out scholarship In Uio Southwestern HILLIS Mklng BrtaAVfomi! M X fj. En ch. an t m e nfc an Chamber of Commerce Committee. Finance J. A. UlvcnB, C. L. Ander son, J, A. Madden, Manufacturing and mercantile In terests C. It. oneB, J. It. Pennington, J. K. P. Campbell. Public highways Max Wcsthelraor, L. B. Hoborson, W. S. Wolvorton, A. II. Pnlr-or, II. II. Pennington. Advei ;slng Slg Simon, T. N. Colo man, C ii Hodaold. Itallr ..Is, etc. W. A. Lcdbotter, P. M. Gat . John U Gait, W. F. Whit tlngton, .:. U Herbert. Agriculture J. D. Doono, John F. Eauloy, J. S. Mullon, M. Munzosholuior. Membership C. IJ. Hyrne, R. W. Dick, Don Lacy. Rntortalnmants John L. Gait, A. V. Donfc, K. W. Iloberta. House R. W. Dlch, W. A. Wolver ton, A. C. Young. Arbitration C. L. IUrbert, Loo Cruco, D. K. Allon, W. P. Poland, J. D. Spraglns. SIDNEY SUGGS, Pros. C. L. UYUN'B, Soc'y. Danger In Fall Colds. Fall colds are liable to bane on all wlntor, loavlng tho'seodB of pnoumo nln, bronchitis or consumption. Fo ley's Honoy ntn' Tar cures nulckly and provonts serious rosults. It Is old nnd rollablo, tMod and testod, safe and suro, contains no opiates and will not constipate Sold by IJonnor & Honnor. Warning Order. In the United States court In the Indian Territory, Southorn district; O. II. Skaggs plaintiff vs. M. K. Slragas dofondnnt No. G.34G. .... Tho dofondnnt M. K. Sknccs la warnod to apponr In this court In thir ty dnys nnd nnswor the complaint of tho plaintiff, C II. Skaggs. Wltnoss Hon. Hosoa Townsond. Judge, this 30Ui day of Soptombor, 1902. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. E. A. WALKER, Attorney. J. J. DATES, Atty for Non-Rcsldent. First published Sept. 30, 1002. Stoves to burn; a car Just In. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. Look Out for Fever DIHIousnoss nnd liver dlsordors at this season may bo provontcd by cleans ing tho systom with DoWltt's LIttIo Early Risers. Theso famous little pills do not grlpo. Thoy movo tho bowels gontly, but copiously, by jeason of tho tonic properties glvo tono and strength to tho glands. City Drug Store. CHEAP SETTLERS' RATES TOTHE FAR WEST AND NORTHWE8T. Tho Durllngton nouto renews the one-way Settlors rate of S25.00 from Missouri River to California, Portland and tho Pugot Sound country ovory day during September nnd October, with correspondingly low rates to tho Spokane District and tho Butto-IIe- 'un District; also proportionate rates iiom lntorlor Missouri, Knnscs and Southern territory. "Tho Burlington Northern Pacific Express" Is tho great through train oavlng Kansas City dally, for the Northwest Through Coaches, Chair Cars (scats free), Standard and Tour 1st Sleopors to Butto, Helena, Spo kane, Tacoma, Seattlo, Portland Con nections train from Denver at night Joining tills northwest train at Al liance Neb. VISIT THE OLD HOME EAST. Also excursion rates to Ohio and Indiana during tho first week of Oc tober at tho tlmo of tho big Grand Army reunion nt Washington, D. O. TO CHICAGO. Tho Burlington's famous "Ell" Is tho best known and most popular train from Kansas City and St. Joseph to Chicago. TO ST. LOUIS. Two dally trains carrying all classes of standard Bur Ington equipment HOME8EEKER8' EXCURSIONS. On tho first and third Tuesdays of August, Soptombor and October, to many sections of tho West and North west Consult nearest ticket agent or wrlto tho undersigned for full Inform ation, printed matter and tho loast cost of your proposed trip. L. L. WAKELY, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. L. J. BRICKER, T. P. A., 283 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. C. M. LEVEY, Gen, Mangr St LoulL', Mo. Things We Like Best Ofton DIsarjreo With Us Bocftuso wo ovore&t of thorn. Indl gesttoa follows. But thoro'a & way to cso&po suoh consequonces. A dose of a good digestant liko Kodol will relive you at onco. Your itomaoh is simply too wo&k to digest wh&t you eat. That's all Indigestion Is. Kodol digests tho food without tho stomaoh'a aid. Thus tho itomaoh rests while tho body Is strength' enod by wholosome food, Dieting Is un necessary. Kodol digests any kind of good food. Strengthens and Invigorates. KmII Makos Rich Real lleutl. Pripardonly by E. a DsWlvr Co.. Ohlcajo. Im at bottle coaUlas a ttmas the Wfl. iIm. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho United States Court of thc Southorn District of tho Indian Ten rltory. In tho matter of Geo. F Jones & Co., bankrupt, In bank ruptcy. No. 20. To tho Hon. Hosoa Townsend, Judge1 of tho District Court of the United; Stntos for tho Southorn District ol tho Indian Territory: Goo. F. Jouos & Co. of Purcell. la tho Southorn district of the Indian1 Territory, In said district, respectful,1 ly roprenenta that on the 16th day ol April, 1002, Inst past, ho was duly ad Judgod bankrupt under the nets 0( congress relating to bankruptcy: thm he has duly surrendorod nil his prop. erty ana rights of property, and has fully compiled with nil tho rcquir merits of said acts nnd of the ordors of tho court touching his bankruptcy. Whoroforo ho Drays that he may be' docreed by tho court to have a full dig chnrgo from nil dobts provable against, his estate under said bankrupt arts, except such debts as nro excepted r law from such dscharko. i Dated this 3d day of October A. D, 1002. O. F. JONES and C. C. JONES, 1 Banl;rupt',. Southorn District of tho Indian Terrl tory, ss: ' On thla 3d day of Oetobor A. 1102, on roatllng tho forogolng petition! It Is ordered by the court that a hear-' Ing bo had upon tho samo on the 2nd' day of October, A. D. 1002, before said' court, at Purcell, In said district, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon; and that' notice therot be published In the Ard-f morelto, a nowspnpor printed In raid' district, nnd that all known creditors' nnd other porsons In Interest may ap-' pear at tho said tlmo and place and show caugo, if any thoy hnvo, why the' prayor of said petitioner should not' bo grnntcd. 1 And It Is further ordorod by the1 court that tho clerk shall sond by mall1 to nil known creditors copies of saldl potltlon nnd this order, nddrcssed to' thorn at tholr places of residence as stated. r Wltnoss, tho Honorablo Hosea1 Townsond, judgo of tho said court, and' tho Fcal thoreof, at Purcell, In said ills-1 trlct, on tho 3d day of October, 1902. ' (Seal of Court) C. M. CAMPBELL, ; Clerk.' ByT. F. GREEN, Doputy Clerk. First published October 0, 1902. Notice of Dissolution. The Jlrm of J. M. Gollodgo & Co., composed of J. M. Gollcdgo and W. A. Pride, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent. J. M. Gollcdgo will continue tho business, collecting all notes, nccounts and debts belonging to tho firm of J. M. Gollcdgo & Co., and pay all tho debts against the said firm of J. M. Gollodgo & Co. Wltnoss our hands this ICth day of Septembor, 1902. J. M. GOLLEDGE, 17-1 ra W. A. PRIDE. Henry L. Shattuck of Shollsburg. Iowa, was cured of a stomach trouble with which ho had beon nmicted for years by four boxos of Chnmborlaln's Stomach and Llvor Tablets. Ho hai previously tried many otho romodlos and a number of physicians without relief. For sale by City Drug Store aud F. J. Rnmsoy. Warning Order. In tho United States Court at Tisho mingo In tho Indian Territory, South ern District: Quono E. Crummory, plalntlff.v s.AI bort Crummory, defendant Tho defoudant Albert Crummory Is warned to appear In this court In thlr-, ty days nnd answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Qucno E. Crummery. Wltnoss Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judgo of said court, and the seal there of this 11th day of Oct., 1902. C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. (SEAL) S. C. Troadwoll, attorney. A. M. Ollphant, nttornoy non-rcsl-dent. First published Oct. 12, 1902. I $100 Reward : Will bo paid by the Chickasaw i Stockmen's Association for tho $ O. Y, Daley, Sea. SUfflE MEN PAY MlUjUUU mftnnfjQ their ad vertiaine. There are others who DK for an annual Bubscrip pay M tion to Printer's Ink and learn what all the advertis ers are thinkinc about. Bnt even these are not the extreme i..'V5,i;,'J?iinBre are "en who loie ove 1 UU.UUU 7elr dolDir neither. Fo 7 . "PPle copy aend 10 eenti t r..i.i.- i(n0l io aprnee Bt., N. y. j arrest ann conviction of anyone stcallnK stock of any kind from J any member of this Association. Notify Jell Payne. Pauls Val- ! S 'oy. vvnny 10,r "off. I. T.. ?r,iv' 4'' LaPsloyi Wynnewood. 1 I. T.j Inspectors. S DR. T. P. IIowRr.T.. Vrt. Z 4