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TERRITORY CATTLE CASES.
Mr. Davis Says Judge Clayton Was Not Asked for in Injunction. A signed article nppcarod In ycstor day morning's Dnllns News from At tornoy W. O. Davis of dnlnosvlllo In which ho in'B, regarding tho cnttlo Injunction suit: "I wish to Bay for tho Information of thoso concerned that thcro Is no truth In tho communication In tho News of Oct. 31 under tho hcadlns Drlvo Out Cattle from Muskogee, nnd evidently Intended to frighten poo plo Into parting with their monoy. "While Judgo Townacnd was nuBcnt In Colorado I gavo notlco of an nppll cation for an Injunction, to bo heard beforo Judgo Clayton nt Durant. In tho meantime, between tho notlco and tho tlmo for tho hearing, Judgo Town send returned to his district. Judgo Clayton neither grnnted nor refused tho application, but Riiggested that ns tho cattlo were sltuatod In Judgo Townscnd's district, and as some of tho defendants resided thore, ho would prefer for mo to prosont the oppllca tlon to Judgo Townsond. I noted upon his suggeutlon nnd did not prosont tho application to him at all. "Tho court of appcalB In tho Indian Territory In tho caso of UtiBtor & Jones vs. Wright, less than a month ago decided thnt tho olllclnls of tho Interior department had no powor to nolzo or hold proporty for the non payment of tho so-called tribal tnxos. This opinion was delivered by Judgo Clayton. In Dustor & Jonos vs. Wright ho awarded an Injunction against tho olllclnls of tho Interior de partment, restraining them from soil ing and holding n storehouio nnd stock of morchnndlie, and the rule cannot ba dlfforent In reference) to cnttlo. "W. O. DAVIS." The Best Remedy for Croup. From the Atchleon, Kan., Dally Globe: This Is the Mniwn when the woman who knows the best remedies for rroup Is in demand In ertrj- neighbor hood. One of the most terrible thin In lUe world Is to be awakened in t middle of the night by a whoop fr n one of the children. The croup ret 1 etlles are almost as sure to be lost, in case of croup, as a revolver Is suro ?o bo lost In case of burglars. There used to be an old fashioned remedy for croup known ns hive syrup and tolu. but some modern mothers say that Chamberlain's Cough Ileasedy Is bet ter and does not cost so much. It causes tho patient to "throw up the phlogm" quicker and gives relief in a shorter time. Give this remedy as soon as the croupy cough appears a4 it will prevent tho attack. It aerer falls and is pleasant and safe to take. For solo by City Drag State. P. J. Itamsoy and Ardmore Drag Co. MINCO. Special Correspondence. illnco, I. T.. Nov. 1. Mtaco seay h clasBCH among the thriving toxrae f tho Chickasaw Nation. There are Jsmc complotod and n earing ooesaietlesi er cral good brick business bowse aa4 others are expected to be belli is a few months. Every vacant lot In the townslte was sold on tho 27th and 2Sth of October. Prices ranged from $30 to $10 per lot. Several gontlemen from different parts of Oklahoma were among the purchasers. Oil prospocts hero aro creating some excitement among our citizens. It is bollcved by exports that an oil vein underlies a portion of tho town, and steps will soon bo taken to develop It. Whllo hunting today Leon Olllum tho 11-yenr-old son of W. H. Olllum, was accidentally shot by Charlie Hornbeek, aged 13. It Is a flesh wound nnd la qulto sorlous, being on tho Insldo of tho upper part of tho thigh near tho groin. A TEXAS WONDER. HALL'8 GREAT DISCOVERY. tinn nmnll hnltln of TllO Texas Won dor, Hall's Great Dlscovory, curcB all kidney nnd bladder trounios, romoves grnvol, cures diabetes, seminai ejnis ulnna. wnnk nnd lnmo botlt. rllCUma flam ntiil n 11 Irrpciilnrltlns of tho kid noya nnd umiiuor in uom v men win nnn Ilni.ulnfna Mmltlnr t.Jilblo In children. If not sold by your druggist win tin until hv mall on rccotiit of $1. Ono Btnnll bottlo is two months' treat ment nnd will euro any enso abovo mentioned. uiu w. iiai.u. Solo manufacturer, St. Louis, mo Sold bv all druggists and W. B Frame, Ardmoro, I. T. READ THIS. Ardmoro. I. T., Oct. 17, 1902. Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis, fllo. Dear Sir: Ijcbb than ono bottlo of your Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Dlscovory, cur ed mo of diabetes, ana l cancnecnuiiy recommend It. Yours truly, H. A. YOUNQUI.OOD. A ThnnksQlvlrio Dinner. Heavy eating Is usually the first cnuso of Indlgostlon. Repeated at tacks lnllamo tho mucous membrane lining tho ptoma"!, producing swell ing nftor eating, heartburn, headache, sour rlslngB nnd finally catarrh of tho stomach. Kodol cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, nil stomach troubles by cleansing and swoetonlng tho glands of tho stomach, city Drug Store. Tho doctors will toll you that somo men dlo hard, whllo others aro dead eagy. Stepped Analnst a Hot Stove. A child of Mrs. Goorgo T. Benson, when gotting his usual Saturday night bath, stepped against a hot stove which burned him sovorely. Tho child -was In great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him. Ito momboring that sho had a bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in tho houso alio thought Bho would try It. In loss than half an hour nftor applying It tho child was qulot and asleop, nnd In less than two weeks was woll. Mrs. 5-?inv ai?'?U kMOwn resident of Hollar, Va. rain Balm is an antlsop tic Inimont and especlaJly valuablo for burns cuts, bruises, sprains. For snip by City Drug Store, F. J. nam8oy and Ardmoro Drug Co. A girl doesn't object to n tight squeeze, If It's tho right kind. For more than a half n century tho Charter Oak stove has been tho .standord. WJLLIAMS, COnilN & CO. Seminole Nation Settlers. Wowoka, I. T., Nov. 2. Hundreds of homescokers nnd investors nro rush Ing to tho Semlnolo Nation to secure farming lands. Tho recent public no tlco that tho Somlnolos Intondcd to ills- solvo their tribal relations, which will In effect thrown open to settlement over 260,000 acres of flno land, Is tho cnuso of tho rush. At tho earliest possible dato thoso lands cannot bo opened to settlement before tho first of tho coming yonr, but this fact Booms to mnko no difference. to tho land-grabbers nnd homoseckors, who aro congrogntlng at tho capital if tho Semlnolo Nation, Wowoka. Anxious Momenta. Somo of tho most nnxlous hours of a mother's llfo nro thoso when tho lit tle ones of the household hnvo tho croup. There is no othci nntllclno so effective in this tenlble malady ns Foley's Honey and Tar. It la a house hold favorite for throat and lung trou bles, nnd ns it contains no opiates or other nolsons it can be safely given. sola by iwnner ft Bonner. When a woman gives a party, a man Is expected to do his part by pay- ng the bills and rating down town. Cured Pllos After 40 Years. Mr. C. Haney of Oeneva. Ohio, had the piles for forty years. Doctors and dol'nrs could do him no lasting good. DeWitt's Witch Hasel salve cured him permanently. Invaluable for cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, lacerations, ecseoM, tetter, salt rheum and nil other akin diseases. Look for tho same DeWItt on the package all oth er are cheap worthiest counterfeits. City Dreg Str re. at dees & person a shock to beer a. warnum tat a long mourning etfl Ismnk There to a eogk Mdlelne so pop tor m TWer't Hoeer and Tar. It rnmt lf aw eetUiui or solcoes and nev er xaOc to care. If the mn;t aeaa's salary were ns short ae Ms memory he would starve to aeetlL Foley's Honey and Tar for colds aad eoeges: tellable, tried and tested, sie aad Hire, sow by Bonner & Bonner. It is aaM that when a man and his wife beard he can't find fault with her If the cooking Is not good, and has been known to stay in love with her Ave years. RCBERSON MACHINERY CO. Has lately employed Mr. J. F. Havens In tholr blacksmith department, who Is a flrst-clasa horse-shoer and Is right up-to-dato in cnrrlago and wagon work. Mr. Walter Towory, who has chnrgo of tho front forgo, Is ono of tho best workmen on woll augers, plows and all kinds of heavy forging that thcro Is In tho Territory. Mr. E. C. Towory presides over our engine, lathes nnd machinery depart- mont gonorally, and has had forty years' exporionco in this lino. Ho Is nblo to ropaJr or mako now nil kinds of machinery, it makes no dlfforonco how difficult Mr. J. F. Howton, our traveling ma chinist, Is ready to go to tho country and sot up your machlnory, patch your bollors, lino up your engines, or do anything that is neqdod In tho ma chinery lino. GIvo us your patronago and wo will treat you right. ROBERSON MACHINE CO.. 15-tf. Ardmoro. 1. T. CALL FOR MASS MEETING When you have senrchod for it at cthor hardware Btoros, ycv'll find I noro. Wo hnve tho bigger stock Id :ho Indian Torrltory. NOBLE BROS Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right Meek Restaurant C. V. Meelc, Prop. Main Streot Next to Union Depot. Will open .day nnd night. Every thine neat and clean. The Dost Meals ind Short Orders, Of tho People of the Chickasaw Nation to Discuss Political Conditions. Last Wednesday tho Ardmorolto announced tho fact that Mayor It. W Dick hnd called a convention of tho pcoplo ,to meet nt Ardmoro on tho 10th day of Novombor, to suggost ways nnd meniiB wheroby tho pcoplo of tho Indian Territory might bo rep resented by n dclcgnto to congress. Todny wo publish tho call in full: Ardmoro, I. T., Oct. 22, 1902. To tho Pcoplo of tho Chickasaw Na tlon: Tho congress of tho United States will asscmblo In December next and among tho earliest legislation to bo enacted will bo what is known ns tho Territory omnibus bill Jn which tho pcoplo of tho Chickasaw Nation and tho Indian Territory as a wholo hnvo a direct nnd tremendous interest In. It being Important to thorn that unit ed action bo taken ,and to accomplish this it is deemed advisable that tho pcoplo of tho Chickasaw Nation asscm- bio in a representative capacity at some convenient placo and thcro per fect a permanent organization to tho end that tho pressing necessities of tho pcoplo as a wholo of tho Indian Torrltory bo presented boforo congress. From dlfforent sections of tho Chickasaw Nation has been mado known tho doslro thnt tho undersigned in his offlcinl capacity Isbuo a call to tho pcoplo requesting that thoy meet and tako such actions in tho promises ns will, in their Judgment, host promoto tho lntorost of all tho pcoplo in tho Indian Torrltory, and tho result of tholr conforonco will bo submitted for tho consideration of llko assemblies of tho people of oth er nations in tho Indian Torrltory in tho hopo thnt unity of action upon tho part of all will bo prosented to congress truly explaining the legis lation required. Wo have In the Indian Territory a population of 460,000, composed of people of nil sections of our common country, nnd who are In overy way typical representatives of the charac ter, energy, Industry and culture of those of the states, in fact a people who have by their progressive push converted this undovolopcd country Into marvolous conditions of thrift and prosporlty, and tho ono thing needed that will put thorn abreast with tho statos is appropriato action on tho part of congress. Wo aro en titled to it. Wo havo tho necessary population that calls for it find tho conditions that rcqulro It, with a na tional wealth uncqunlcd by any section of tho Union. It la tho opinion of our pcoplo in this section that a concert of action bo had and with no doslro to arro gato to thomselvos powor to conveno tho pcoplo of tho Territory as a wholo, thoy have, as residents of tho Chicka saw Nation, concluded to como to gether, trusting that similar meetings in tho other Nations will bo hold, or Join us nnd glvo us tho benefit of tholr wisdom for tho benefit of all. In consideration of tho foregoing, and In compliance with tho wishes of a largo number of peoplo of tho Chlcknsaw Nation, urgently supple mented by tho Chamber of Commcrco of tho city of Ardmoro, I, R. W. Dick, as mayor of tho city of Ardmoro, Is buo this call, and request mat tho peo ple of vho Chickasaw Nation will hold a meeting nt tho city of Ardmoro on tho 10th day of November, 1902, nnd in order not to havo a body unwloldly, I thoreforo respectfully suggest as a basis of representation that ono delo- gato and ono alternato bo selected from each postomco In tho ChlckaBaw Nation, regardless of population, and ono additional dclcgato and alternato for ovory COO inhabitants or major portion thereof to bo solocted by a masB meeting to bo hold at such post- offices on or boforo Saturday, Novom bor 8, 1902. All thoso interested from other Nations nro also cordially Invited to nttond and participate. It Is tho object of this mass meet ing that tho delegates when asBom bled will tako such action In tho prem ises as In their Judgment should bo prosented to congress in tho hopo that from Its wisdom will como good to all of tho peoplo of tho Indian Ter ritory. Invitations to Hon. J. W. Balloy and Hon. John H. Stephens of Texas and Hon. John S. Llttlo of Arkansas nnd other prominent nntlonal legislators will bo extended urging tholr presence to address tho pcoplo on that occa sion. R. -v. DICK, Mayor of tho City of Ardmoro. Physicians Proscribe It. Many broad mlndod physicians pre Bcrlbo Foley's Honoy nnd Tor, as thoy havo novor found so safo and rcllablo a romedy for throat nnd lung troubles as this medicine. Sold by Bonner & Bonner. You'll find everything lo, hardware and tlnwaro at NOBLE BROS. Just as long as peoplo use boggles, bo long' will tho Whlto Elephant bug gy lead nil others. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. PROFESSIONAL CARDS, LAWYKK5. H C. POTTERF, Attorney at Law. Ofllco ovor City National Bank in Gorman Block. Chna. L. London, Notary. Stlllwell H. Russell Robt. 12. 1jo R. W. Dick RUSSELL, DICK & LEE, Lawyers. Office in Noble Bros.' building. W. A. Lodbetter. s. T. BledBOo. LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE, Attorneys at Law. Ofllco in Lcdbotter & Bledsoe Build. Ing, Main streot JOSEPH P. MULLEN, Attorney aitd Codnbklob At Lkvr UaiMiRAt Law a Smcultt. f 1 A n P .! law tir.nlln. I. . ... -------- -- w u ... 1UU UUUI .a UI BB v,u..uviQUB ouuritW BIO- V.'i,.0J?.nTt.0i,oU.lm,! 001T ot MD0li. SLl11,"1 lol'Ldl,"11'l exeoallvs dep.rl. Basal. Ofiloe. Wan au n alrttl, aiirgir ti.nr.hoiu-Ardmor l.t. PMY&IC1AN5. W. M. ANDERSON, Veterinary Surgeon. Whlto & Smith's Stable. Res. 'Phono No. 203. DOCTOR R. D. MOORE PHYSICIAN and SURCEON, OFFICES: In Noble Buildincr Telephone!: Itosldence "a. Ofllco H5. DR. J. W. SMITH, Physician and Surncon. Ofllco In Gorman Building. Oillco 'Phono G 3 Ring. Rosldonco 'Phono 14. Ofllco hours 10 to 12 n. m.; 2 to 4 p. m. apodal attention glvo to Diseases of Women and Children. Wilier IlAriiv. Raa.rnoneu. J. t. UnVa.. Hea.Pbom it HARDY A McNEEri. .PnY8ICIAiB AND BtTItOEONS. niTlnnhnnt! iaiah. . . 1,S,'P;'' Dond-ya. 10 to 11 .m. and. to 4 p.m. Offloerionoia. Offloeover Htmiey'i draifitore corner MMa aud Oaddo ilreeii. W. SI. CHANCELLOR Physician and Surueuti WB raakn rilnnnana nf . . t u ui 1 1. uuu uuiiureu and Benernl operative surgery a upeclaUy. "";", uunueasi, booodu door north of Third nvonuo; Ulllco with Ardmoro Drue Co. Dfllco phono 86, rosldenco phono 228. Dt. F. IP. V017 Icileir, Ooollit and Anrlat. Special attention stvon to Sariteryand Dlaeaiea of tho EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT, uiussca Accurately t-itted. fRflfl nv.F Tlnnn.. T) n - I- a. Boomi 8 and 8. Ardmors. I. r. "Phonei Raaldeooe 41, omoe 1 I. W. FOLSOM, M. D. Does a General Practice. Special Attention to Obstetrics, Diseas es of Women and Children, 31 Years ExperJ-nce. Offlce oter Bonner A Bonner's drag store. www, fuuuo ivt rviiunnca laQ. J.W.Shackleford. Mr.J.W.8hackloford DR8. 8HACKLEFORD, Osteopathlo Phvilclana. We traat both Acute and Chronlo Dis eases, but mako a specialty of chronlo diseases and diseases of women. Phone 218. Office, 414 North Washlnoton Street DR. J. F. SON. Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention Glvon to Disease. of Women and Children. ( Offlce in Gorman Bulldlne. Offlce Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., I to 4 b.el Offlce Phono 10. 6. Residence Phone No. 1SJ. DENTISTS. DR. A. H. ADAMS, DHNTIBT. Tho Latest Improvement for Orow and BrldRO "Work. Lfln all tflmalh Satin a,lmlnU.l w. . PAlnlau oxirnoilon ot teeth. All wnr sr cm arinlaa1 DvIma. m a v . tlmei. omoe OTf Bandol'i etore, Ardmore, I, T DR. WILLIAM S. PENNELL, DENTIST. Ofllco Moved from overCBonner & Bonner to the Noble Bros. B'ld'tr. Tho word Garland Is synonymous with everything that goes to make up. a perfect coolctng stove. Buy them from Stevens, Kennerly & Spreglns Co. flillif. m 60l)6 Just 4loved Have you seen us? We are the new people. in Opposite the Opera House. We nre Furniture, Heating and Cooking Stoves,. Hardware, Tinware, Dishes, Enameled Ware, and all kinds of household goods. 1 n r II 81 1 V White Ball Bearing Easy RunninR Noiseless Sewing Machines, Musiod 303 Violins, Bftt-jos, Guiturs, Mandolins, Etc. We Exchange. New Goods for Old, and Repair any Make of Stove Promptly. Also Guns and Bicycles. We aro Overstocked on Second Hand neuters, Newly Repaired Better Than Now. We hnve been in the Stove Repair Business 19 Years, and can tell you tho Best Makes. A Thoiuand Othor Things too Numerous to Men tion. No Harm to Get Our Prices. REM EMBER THE PLACE: Main Street. Telephone No. bd ft fro tn d! n a 0 I !u n lot, Furniture h'ALL & HILLIS. Stove la m ah J 1 Hires None but First-class Mechanics. Uses only the Best Grades of Material, and Ahvnys Turns Out First-class Work. lis kc 101 u m t he lu l! BV n 5r t tr V f ti il rs I S 'I! We Do All Kinds of c Buggy Repairing, Blacksmithing, Wood" work Painting, Top Trimming and Storri, Aprons. 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