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Ardmore, Tuesday, January 30, 1908. THE DAILY. ARDMOREfTE. PROTECTION OF NATIVE RACES Article Read at the W. C. T. U., Meet ing by Mlsa Daisy Nlehola Mndamo Cbnlrman, ladles: In tho assignment of mibjccts for tllBCUBHlon till afternoon, unfortunate ly tho ono Jiint named has fnllon a vic tim to the credulity, scntlmentnllty, and not to bo overlooked, small In telligence of tho nsslgnoe. Thcro are often tlmos and cscperTcrteo In our dull monotonous lives Uiat call forth tho greatest longing and bespoak tho most strenuous endenvor of the smil. Upon such occasions we feci tho pressure of responsibility, and Jn our weak ncss, aro wont to tn'ergo the power of flnlty Into that, of the Infinite Tho present hour Is representative of that class. To mo Indian Torrltory Is the fair est land that nostlos 'noath tho pro tection of a flag whoso emblem rings out to nil tho wrold tho moasage of tho peerless Christ: "I'onco on earth to men." It Is thf fairest, because It Is tho land of my birth, tho homo of my nationality, tho plnco about which cluster tho swoetost, the tendorest nnd the most significant Joys of my llf. I have thought that to forget It would be treachery, to dishonor It, crime In revlowlng Its history, wo are made to think of that splendid losson tho Import of whlchi needs to bo written deeply upon our honrls, "Never until Time with his reckless limit bus torn from the book of hu man life, hnlf tho loaves with which to kindle tho fires of ambition from day to day. does mnn bogln to hco that the lonvos that romaln nre few In number, and to romcmbor, faintly nt flint nnd then moro distinctly, that upon the early pages was wrliten tho story of a career, tho record of whose growth, possibility, and prlxtlno hap piness, wo may not read again.' If ono may Impartially Judgo from tho prevalence of good and evil existing In Indian Territory toilay, wo may rightly assert that In miiiio respects nt bast, the record of former yonrs c.v ts a brighter halo about tho ex ist 'nee of Its people, than does even Ihnt which has Just passed into his tory Indeod In analyzing the condi tions, we nro confronted by n situa tion terse In Its complications, nnd nre reminded of tho sentiment flnoly expressed by a noted Journalist: "Tho dissolution of the tribal governmout Is nt hand; Hhortly congress propnsios to take up and, wo trust, amicably Bot tle the question of stntenood. Thoro Is n pathos In the passing nway of these tribes onco as powerful ns Rug land Is todny; but civilization knows no boundnrlos, It stops nt nothing, and us tbo red man stood In Its way, It lias cnilii-"t1 lilm. When wo will liavo grown oldor and children sit at our kill's nnd ask us for stories of tho long ngo, wo shall tell them of n peo ple who lived when wo were young, ll'lt jvliu lyn ultimately passod away" t would" not rrinvo' the Idea of '"NonprogroBslon." 1 lovo the lllllTy. tbo hustle and din of tho city; I lovo tho jirlde, Hie UiriCt mill energy, that makes and marks Its populace. Ha lf civilization here, always llko Urn Ooddess of Liberty, points out a hnn-1 or freedom, honor und culture, In the quaint. (?) candid language if the Ameiloan humorist, vf Yi)Uld-' "O civilization. 0 ul- MrbarU frailties of another Uvlng In Indian Territory, enjoying the few though beneficent pleasures that Its smnll boundaries allow, finding opportuni ties that many might covet and moro might utilize, .we owo to its people the nlloglance to n oath by the cit izens of this glorious republic to shield them from tho nccursed liquor; wo owe to Its people tho preserva tion of every principle that stnnds for right. We owo them tho attest of fearless, courngcous living; tho solic itude executed In sympatho'.ic deed tho achievement of every nule pu--pose, and tho protection Irora every evil that would tnrnlrili n soul that needs must be spotless In Its strength, horolsm and spiritual growth. The red man looks to you who have come to accept tho proffer of his hand nnd land, for tho repetition In life of nn example Hint was great because It was Into. To bo truo to othors this Is the supremo test of grcatnoss. DAISY NICHOLS. Ardmore, I. T., Jan. 2C, 1905, Dangers of a Cold and How to Avcld Them. Moro fatalities hnvo their origin In or rosult from a cold than from nny other cnuso. This fact nlono should mako pcoplo moro careful as thoro Is no danger whatovor from rt oold when It Is properly treated In tho beginning, or many years Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been recognized as tho most prompt nnd effectual medicine in uso for this disease. It acts on na ture's plan, loosens tho cough, ro- llovcs tho lungs, opens tho secretions and aids naturo In rostoring tho sys tem to a healthy condition. Sold by F. J. Ilamsoy, V. TJ. Framo, Ardmore Drug Co.. Bonner & Connor. A Joplln, Mo., mnn left $1,000 InhlB will for the purchnRO of Mnrk Twnln's "How to bo n Oontlomnn," to bo dis tributed In tho Y. M'. C. A'h., of tho north. Tho will was no doubt maclo be fore Tillman's Inst speech. CITY DRUG STORE TEST. Sold Hyomel for Years and Know it Will Cure Catarrh. Tli" City Drug Store has glvon Hyo uiel a moHt thoiough nnd romarknble test. For a long tlmo they hnvo of fered to refund tho money to any pur chaser of Hyomel, If It failed to bene (It. - ,K The remedy hns" Jato many euros among their ci?1""'"0 ,lmt thoy hnvo urged Its uso lit' Jhe most chronic ensos of catarrh. s llreathod for n few minutes fo.Sr tlmoH a day, through tho Inhaler that comes with ovory oulllt, It soothes the Irritated mucous membrane of the nose.-throat, nnd lungs, kills the Ca tarrhal govms, and restores complete health. Its healing, nntlcomplote health. Tho complete Hyomel outfit costs lonly $1, anil consists of nn Inhaler Hint can bo carried In the pocket or purse, nnd will last a lifetime, a med icine droppor and a bottle of Ilyoiiiol If this Is not sulllclont for a complete cure, additional botllos of Hyomel can ))C obtained for f0 cents. . , ,,. Compare tills tsinnll e-xponae. with tho fees charged by spoclaltlstH, and vomembwr, too, If Hyomel dpe not euro, tho city nnia fltnr? vU (urn you,r (notify. "'"' Socrot Societies MA80NIC. A. F. and A. M. Ardmore lodin No. 11 A. r t A. M. Regular meptlnr nt. or bofore the full moon Ic fifh month at 7-90 n'l Majonlc tomple. A. EDDLEMAN, W .If. O. H. DRUCE, Sec. St R. A M. Ardmore chapter R. A. M. No, 11. Regular meet ing second Tuesday night m etch north at 7: to o' clock Masonic temple. o. h. bruob. h.p. 3. h. QJLC, Secretary COUNCIL R. & 8. M. Ardmoro Council of R. & S. M u. L stated assembly flrst Thursday each month at 7:30 p, m., Masonic Temple. Ttnni' ii tii.-mtj-v- mi O. H. BRUCE, Rocordor. Knlghta Templar. Ardmoro contrenndery IJo 6 .IC. T. mecti flrst Unn.l., In every month. A. II. PALMER. E. U. Q. II. DltUCE. Itocordor. A. Jl K. of P. Myrtlu lodgr No. 7, Knlghti of Pythias meet In PnoH IIoll every Thursday evening WIIjL' SALISBUIlY. C. C. FRANK BERRYHILL. K. of n. ft. S r. w. a. Meets In regu lar session every Mondny night In K. of P. hall. U. T. REXROAf V. O. D. W. BUTCHEIl, Clork. i. o. n. m. Washita tribe No. SI, Improved Order of lied men mccU In Odd Kel lowi' hall every Wedneo day nlKht nt 7;S0 o'clock J. A. MORRISON, Bachero D. T. NISBETT, C. of R ODD FELLOWS. Ardmore lodge No. 1. O. O. F., meets ever? 1-UOHilitv nlpht at O.IH F."I0TT hail t 7:30 o.clock. GEO. DYER. N. G. I. n. MASN- Sccrotcry. Cncaipment. lnillfc'U)Ji Encampment . 10 I. 6. O. every Friday night' ftL0d.J Vt" lows hall nt 7:. w -ocr W. W. TALIAFERRO. Chief Patrick D. T. NISBETT, Scrlbtf Ardmoro Itobokn.li Lodgo No. 20, I. O O. V., meets overj Thursday night In I O. 0. F. Hall. Mrs. Gertrude, Gillespie, N. rott, Secrotnry. .iizatlon, what Is oft periwtrnted In thy nnme." To speak of tho salo of Intox icating HquorB In Indian Territory would be rehearsing n happening t' a Is commonplnco to nny pure. Bereno soul thnt has contemplated It; that drinks which nro tho sourco cf fruit ful crime, misery, Insanity, nnd 'pau perism nro sold; that the liquor and opium traffic Is detrimental to every legitimate nnd honest business, that It Is the grentost hlndranco to tho progress of tho Kingdom of God, nrJ problems that demand no solution To tho well Informod, but rather tli' rtartllng query, "Why should wo pro tect the IndlniiK from Its salo?" In th- topics given to members of the home Mission Socloty of tin Broadway Methodist church for 11 eusBlon last w"oek. thoro was on which nrrosted my attention. It re ferred to tho lnbors of tho society and enme undor tho heading of "Why should wo work among tho Indians?' The very themo niggostB tho sweep of tho mission surrent. Cardlnnl Rich lli-i thnt mighty Btnlomnn of France onci s.ild "My heart travels not he yond the mup of France." Wo think of n nnmo that Is known from east to west; from tho gold-bedecked coasts of Cnllfornln to tho Bun-klBsod BI10103 of distant Asia, whoro amidst tin heauty. purity nnd fragranco of Hlto3, the Christ was born. Wo think of Him as saying. "My heart trnvels not hoyond tho map of PalCBtlno," anl wo remember what anguish of mind. what deprivation of heart, what pov erty of soul, ayo what lnflnlto losi had been oiiri, had tot tho power anil majesty of His tlospcl reached us! As Ho sat upon tho Mount of Boatl tudo Ho gave to Ills disciples th..t memovald,o lesson la' which was hid don tho secret of vital living- Blossed nro tho puro In heart. No muii can In pure In heart, whose soul plnns no defense agalnfll Its weaknesses or tho It la difficult to euro a cough or tree yourself from tho discomforts of a cold unless you movo tho bowels. Beo's iJixntlvo Honey and Tar acts on tho bowels and drives nil cold out of tho system. For croup, whooping cough, colds, and all lung and bron chial nffectlons,, no remedy Is equal to tho original Beo'a Laxative Honey and Tar. A Liquid Cold Cure. Sold by City Drug Store. " Tho king of England hn. over 500 walking sticks, gathered from all pnrts of the world. canton. Canton. Ardmore. No. 4. Patriarch Militant, I. O. O. F has regular moet' Ing on flrit and third Monday nlk'hti In each month. WM. DEVENEY, Com. D. T. NISBETT, Clork. Ono In Ion of girl employes sales women, Btonogrnpuors, loacnors, an i cooks quit work to get married each year. Usually whun u man renchos tho turn In the lane he finds that tt turns In she wrong direction. Wo nlwnys have n lino of good toug' sles In stock and soli at low prices and liberal terms. B1VENS, CORHN & FHENSLEY Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Tho Children's Fftvorito S -.ounES'-- I Coughs, Colds, Croup nnd T- Tm l l. Tlili rf mcJr t faaioui for lUcurftoier Wlurga nurt of tho rlvlllteU orlJ. It can lwaa t dpi'ndtHl uuol. It coliUlua no' opium or olhor harmful drui; au.l mar l lllun ui coulldenUr to a Imbjr ui to au adult Prlco 20 eta; Largo Slzo, 00 cts. K. of P. nail. Ardmoro Aorlo No. 687 F. O. E. Meets every Wedn'day nt 7:30 p. m. in T. C. BRIDGMAN, W. Sec. A. O. U. W. Ardmore Lodge, No. 41 iViv- meela roguiar every nrsi vr uiftum at iv. ui x . uji W. It. HOUKHTH, U. W A. I.9WENSTEIN, Recorder. Ardmoro Cnmp No, 33 Woodmen of the rjt . . . rrM) woria meeis every Friday night In the month, except tho tlhrd, In the K. ol P. halll. T. E. ROLAND. C. C. JEFF JONES, Clerk. MRS. Lady Maccabees. iieuo or tao rrainc hive No. 1, Ladles ol the Maccabees meets on the flrst Wednesday af ternoon In each month In tho Odd Fellows ball MRS. H. L. UALTON, Commander JOSPH1NE OARR, Keeper of Records. AT OPERA HOUSE, ARDMORE, I. T. Thursday and Sat, Nights, Feb. I and 3 Matinee Saturday at 2:30 p. m., the Beautiful Fairy Extravaganza THE PIXIES By W.A. Miln e, author of 'Aladdin' Etc., Given by Home Talent, Rehearsed by Author 250-You" 3 Ladies and Children in the Cast-250 All in grotesque and beautiful costuming, representing Pixies, Goblins, Brownies, Monkeys, Insects, Pickaninnies, Fairies, Butterllies, Flower Girls, Amazon Guards.lJapanese Maidens For ihe Benefit of the Ardmcre City Public Schools K3ROK We liavo novnr witnessed n performance, elthor nma teuror prirealonl. t tint excelled "Tbo I'lxlea" in either lieJUty or iDtiuceot Inn. It 1h simply n Kranil aucec " llol rldere, III., Northwuslcra. It la linpon-llili) to believe that nucli nrtlnllo work can ho ilono lijr )-oudk iirnateurs. Mr, .Milne ha no equal and tho re. Milts are innrvcloiiH. He who mlnaex seelni; '"The Plxlta" will have much to recret." Kroeport, 111 . llegliiter. It I.h In our opinion tho most lieautlful and laUKhahlo en ertalnment over devised for amateur." Minneapolis Dally Journal' ' .30tI.'.'.n? ev.?rl;ivon "oro has awakened nuch enthusiams as The I'lxies," Tho musle U sparklluir and tho tranK ail. venturer ot the wlerd llttlo Hprltex kept two packed houacM In roars of laughter."- Itock Inland, III., Artrus. TWO HOURS OF FUPJ ARIQ FSOLIG fft FAIP.YLAPQ Siais can bo reserved at Red Cross Drug Store Beginning Tuesday morning, January 210th Evening Price?, lower lloor 50c, balcony floe, MiVlree Prices, children 23c, adults 3iic "mfmmnrmmmrrn mini rrwiwiiMi i " n WOODMEN CIRCLE. ' MkpIk first, xromlnv attornoon at 3 o'clook and third Flrday night at S oclock in oacii monin. MPS A nilllTIS. Ounrd. MnS. T, II. 8rniRGI20N, Cleric Dally ArdraoroUo 50 cts. par month. No matter what cigar you have been smoking nor what the cost you ought to try the "Anna 4 neia cigar, u oruy to learn ior yourself how good a cigar is obtainable at a nickel, since the introduction of the American Cigar Company's new methods rf manufacture. If you change from ordinary "ten-center" tQ the ANNA HELD CIGAR 5Ca the difference will only be one of cost. You'll get the same ripe, mellow flavor the same depend able uniformity the same delicate aroma and a better blend. Isn't it worth your nickel if you get the proof? Just ask for an "Anna Held" next time. Sold by all dealers In good cigars. Trade Supplied by PLOTTER TOBACCO CO., Dallas, Texas This Trlansle A on a box of " Anna Held " cliara It a ills ttneulshlnc mark of excellence. It Identifies the product of this new syatcrn of making better clears for the smoker' money no matter what the price. Every cigar tskept ts coodaslt has been made In alr-tlght, dust-proof, hermetically-sealed boxes sealed with this Triangle A mark of merit. The Grip. neforo wo can sympathize with othors wo must havo surforcd our selves. No ono can reallzo tho suffer inR attendant upon an cttack of grip unless ho has had somo actual cxnerl enco. Thoro Is probably no dlscaso that causes so much physical and mental agony, or which so successful ly denes medical aid. All danger from grip, however, may bo avoided bytne prompt uso of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Amnpg tho tens of thousands who havo used this remedy, not ono case has ever been reportod tltt has resulted In pneamonln or that has nol recovored. For salo by P. J. rtamsoy? W. R. Frame. Ar4rnoro Drug Co., Don. 2?r nnrif r, ,y, . : 5"i 'i j Scnatoi' l.illoy sarcastically remark, "il the olh'j" day 1 .'t PresFdent Roohs i.l, was tbo onl- man In this country .vl'om ivorybody was for and nobody war' (i. , ..,- A Certnln coquettes of tho Austrian court wore I'ells on their sartors In 1872. Tho only will a man an oxert with his own family is tho one ho writes for them with his lawyer. "I am From Missouri. Show Me." j Doniphan, Mo., July 16, 1904. "You called on mo 7 yoars ago with Dr. Mondcnhall's Chill Curo and told mo It was better than any other. 1 asked you to show mo. It has been j shown nnd proven Uiat moro pooplo stay with your Chill Tonic than any j otlior." C. H. Martin, druggist. Bold by City Drug Storo. Dackacho Is nover known to those persons who tako an occassional doso of Flneulcs. Tho valuo of tbo resin obtained from tho plno trco has long been recognized in tho treatment ot diseases of tho bladder nnd kldnoys. Ono doso ot rineulos will givo relief, and ono pottlo will euro. Sold by City Drug Store. " Uaron Rothschild paid $105,000 for a clock mndo by Loills XVI. Queen Kllzaboth's garters wero of cloth of gold, with buckles of din monds and seed pearls. A Timely Topic. " At thin season of coughs nnd colds It Is well to know that Foley's Honey and Tar Is tho greatest throat nnd lung romcdy. It cures quickly and pre- tenia BuuuuB rusuiits liuiu a colli. City Drug Store. It U very improper for a girl not In msl:c a man .npnloglso for kissing her when her mother told "nor she must not let anybody do It. Found Dead on the Streets." A young man was found dead on tho streets of Baton Rouge, supposed to hnvo dlod from a congostlvo colli, which could havo boon proventod by tho timely uso of Dr. Mendonlinll's Chill and Fover Curo. Sold by City Drug Storo. In splto of tho i:r.if,i3 ami nlllro holders pcoplo contlnuo to look down on burglars and highwaymen. Everything you eat will taste(too and do good If you take Ring's Dys popsla Tablets. Sold by City Drug Storo. Ro kind to tho rich. Think of w" Town Topics did to 'cm. A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Chamberlain's Ciugh rtemedy, Mrtf. Michael Ha-t, wife of tbo fii porlntondont of Cavt Sorvlca nt Klas ton, Jamaica, West India Islands, says that sho has f.tr somo Toars iikvI Chambcrlan's Cough llemii.Jy fir coughs, croup and whmplng cou?h and has found It vo.t hunon-:lal. Sho hns Implicit confldonco in It nnd would uot bo wltho.it a Dottlo of It 'ii hor homo. Sold by i' I. Rii'if.'y. v, D. Frame, Aitlnioro Drug Co. Homier & Ilonner. A mob nt 'Cndlz, Ky., hanged n no wo on tho city scales, which may B'o regarded as an ontlroly new weigh.