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Ardmore, Thursday, February 1, 1906.
rwo THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. HOW HE LANDED. Another Story of How Walker Secured the Appointment. Tulsn, I. T., Jan. 31. It wan Georgo O. Wnlkor who described Indian Ter ritory as a Jowol In nnturo'fl open hnnd. Thnt ono Bcntunco secured for him tho poBltlon of United Stntos at torney for tho Southern district of Indlnn Territory. Judgo Walker enmo to Indian Ter ritory with tho Idea of gottlng a feder al appointment. Ho spent Bomo weeks In Tulsa during tho early fall, and was nt that tlmo a candldato for tho position of federal Judgo, vlco C. W. llaymond, who was recently removed. Whllo In tho city ho mot O. P. Sturm, editor of jturm's Statehood M'ngazlne, n torrltoiy publication, and tho Judge and tho editor Iwcamo fast friends. "Wrlto mo tho Impression you linvo of Indian Torrlory," Sturm request cd of Judgo Walker. At this Judge Wnlkor prepared an artlclo and called It "llushldo of Indian Territory," tho word ' hushldo" bolng Ja"nnoso, anil means about tho samo as ' chivalry." Wroto tho lawyor In part: "Tho Indian Torrllorv Is u Jewel In nnturo'a open hnnd. Its acres nro stretched In rich folds over motal, oil and Ran. A kindly sun touches tho ImhI nnd translates Its substanco In to an oxuborant vogitlon. Trade winds from tho south modify tho ar dor of tho sun by day, ly night. . . . . . Nature halts at tho dunk tlmo In this fraction of tho I,oulslnna pur chase and whispers to commercial and mercenary men, 'let us rest for a time.' " Secretary Tuft mid other friends of Judge "Walker called on tho president and urged this appointment of tho II llnlo'i man to tho nttornoyshlp. "Air President," said the secretary, "that man Is tho ono who described Indian Territory ns 'a Jewel In nnturo's open linnd' you remembor." It seems that this description of tho territory had been mentioned by tho secretary at a tlmo when- tho iiuestlon of Htntehooil had been talked over "Well, I'll nppolnt hint, then," replied Mr. ltoosevelt, and Inst week tho announcement was made that he hail been choson. Judge Wnlkor formerly practiced law In Chlcigo, coming to the ton I tory becnuso of tho sovore northorn winters, lie was thinking of locntlng In Tulsa but Anally choso South Mc-Alester. FARMERS' UNION RESOLUTIONS. Marietta District Union No. 26, With Indlahoma. Editor Ardtnorelto: Enclosed I hand you Resolution No. 1, which wnq almost unanimously ndoptcd at tho Marietta district union In session nt Marietta January 15, 1'JOG, 1'lenso publish both In you mu-;i esteemed dally and wookly. Yvj t.'vy truly M. H. HAIIR'S Cornish, I. T. Common Colds are the Cause of Many Serious Diseases. I'hyBlclnns who havo gained a na tlonnl reputation as analysts of tho cause of various diseases, claim that If catching cold could bo nvoldod a loni; list of daugor ius nllmentH would novcr bo heard of. Every ono knows that paeumonln and consumption orig inate from' a cold, nnd chronic catarrh, bronchitis, nnd all throat and lung troublnsaro aggravated and rendered more serious by each fresh attack. I)o not risk your life or tako chances when you havo a cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will euro It boforo these diseases develop, This remedy contains no opium, morphine or oth er harmful drug nnd hns thirty years of reputation back of It, gained by Its cures under every condition. For sail by V. J. Ramsey, W. U. frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., llonnor & Uonnor. The Charge Is Renewed. Tito dlachargo of J. A. MeFarland of Dal. hy tho probate court, owing to lack of ovldonco on tho chnrgo of robbing tho Dalo Fnrmora' hank, did not end tho bank's efforts to prove him guilty, Tho bank has filed suit against MeFarland for ?2,500 punltlvo ami $1,100 actual damages, against him growing out of Uto loss of monoy and the wrecking of tho bank. ShorlfT draco Is garnished by the bank on tho brllef that he has money nnd ef fects belonging to MeFarland. Shnw nee News Resolution No. 1. 1. Whcroas, It Is a historical fact that as to farmers sticking togothcr In any organization for tho betterment of tholr cnuso, or In any other secret ordor they havo proven themselves the best matorlal. 2. Whereas, designing mon havo worked tholr way Into farmers' organ izations in the past and toro thont to plocos. 3. Whereas, substantial ovldcnco loads tis to Lollovo that the now terri tory charter was gotten out by do slgnors, thoroforo bo It 1. Resolved, thnt wc, tho Marietta District Union of Amorlcn, most em phatically doclaro our alloglanco to tho Indlnhoma Farmers' Educational nnd Co-operatlvo Union of Amorlca and will continue to co-opcrato with Oklahoma In union work until con gress gives Indian Territory soparato statehood from Oklahoma. 5, llesolvod, that a copy of these resolutions bo furnished to the Mari etta Monitor, Orphans' Homo Journnl, Indlahoma Union Signal, Dallas News and Ardmore, with n request to publish Ihu same. J. W. niley, Pres. H. C. Randolph, V-Pres. F. K. Humphrey, Sec. nnd Trcns. J. II. Holland. C. H. Wolch. .1. I Smith. O. J. McNoll. V. R. Adams. S. R. Harron. J. M. Redd. J. II. Wllloughby. A. II. Tylor. W. U Gilliam. W. H. llrooks. II. W. Gcalum. 1). Andersen. W. A. I.oepor. .1. II. Miller. W. T. Dunsworth. Chns. Kurncls. A. Hooper. W. H. nigham. Tho abovo resolutions wore rend, discussed and almost unanimously adopted by Marietta District Union In session a: Marlstta, Jan. 15, 190fi, so ordored by tho abovo subscribed men. F. E. HUMPHREYS, Sec. nnd Trcas. Ry authority of Marietta District Union No. 20, In session at Marietta, Jan. 15, 100C. A Habit to Be Encouraged. Tho mother who has acquired tho habit of keeping on hnnd a bottle of Chambci Iain's Cough Remedy, saves herself a great amount of uneasiness and nnxlety. Coughs, colds and croup, to which chlldron aro suscoptlblo, aro quickly cured by its use. It counter acts any tendency of a cold to result In pnoumoula, and if given as soon as tho first symptoms of croup appear, It will proveiit the attack. This romody contains nothing Injurious nnd moth ers glvo It to llttlo ones with a feel ing of perfect security. For salo by F J. Ramsey, W. 11. Frame, Ardmore Drug Co., Uonnor & Uonnor. Lams Rack. This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by applying Chamborlnln's Pain Unlm two or throo tlmos a day nnd rubbing tho parts vigorously at each application. If this does not af ford relief, bind a piece of flannel slightly dnmpened with Pain Balm, nnd quick relief Is almost suro to fol low For sMi by F. J. Rnimey, V. n. Frame, Udmore Drug Co., Ronner & Bonner , Had Unfaithful Soldier Roy. Outhrle, Ok., Jan. 31. Private Rlsh op of Company H, Thirteenth U. S. Infantry, statlonod nt Fort Reno, found a young girl whoso namo Is said to bo Claylor, lying near tho fort hospital yestorday morning In an un conscious condition. Sho was remmea to tho hospital and rovlvod. Sho nad attempted nilcldo by taking potion hecaus' of tho unfaithfulness of a sot dlor sweetheart, whom sho charges with throwing, hor ovor for another. Her parents rosfdo In Caddo county. No arrests have yet bepit mude In tlu case It's hardly worth while to ro W an argument with a sore throat In tho Rroslnu zoological carden tjiero Is a spider monkey whU-h was operated on for cataract, and now wonrs glasses. It sems to do well and to understand tho reason for Its straugo facial adornment. Wo nlways havo a lino or good bug glos In stock nnd soil nt low prices nnd liberal terms. IllVENS. CORHN & FRENSLEY. Tho raft spider gets tho namo from Its habit of building a raft of dry lonvoe and othor light materials, fas tened together (Irmly by threads of silk, In order to pursue its prey In the water. Soorot Sociotios MASONIC. A. F. and A. M. Ardmoro lodge Na. SI A. 7 & A. M. Regular meeting on or before the full moon In each month at 7:20 o'clock Uasonlc temple. A. EDDLBMAN, W M. Q. n. DRUCE, Set. 12 S5 C7 R. A, M, Ardmore chapter R. A. M. No. 11. Regular meet ing second Tuoiday night In each month at 7:20 o' clock. Maionlc ttmple. Q. II. BRUCE. H.P. J. h. qh;. Secretary Q. H, COUNCIL R. 4. S. M. Ardmoro Council of R. & S. M u. L stated assembly first Thursday each month nt 7:30 p. m Masonic Tcmnle. ROBT. H. HENRY, T. I. It. RRUCE, Rocordor. Knights Templar. Ardmoro commandery Ho 5 ,K. T. meets first Mondaj In ovory month. A. H. PALMER, E. 'J. O. II. DRUCE, Recorder. K. of P. Myrtlo lodge No. 7, Knlghtt of Pythlai meet In CastU Hall, overy Thursday evening WILL SALIBDURY. C. C. FRANK DERRYHILL. K. of R. ft. 8 mm D. W. DUTCHER, Clerk r. W, A. Meets in regu lar session every Monday night in K. of P. hall. U. T. REXROAr V. C. i. o. n. m. Washltn trlbo No. SS Improved Order of Red men meets In "Odd Fol low' hall ovory Wdne day nlcht at 730 o'clock J. A. MORRISON, Sachem T. NISDETT, C. of R ODD FELLOW8. Ardmore lodge No. I. O. O. F., meets every Tuesday night at Odd Fellows hall at 7; SO n.clcck. GEO. DYER, N. G. I. R. MASON. Secretary. encampment. Indianola Encampment . 10 I. O. O. F. meets every Friday night at Odd Fol lows hall at 7:30 o'clock. W. W. TALIAFERRO. Chief Patriarch. D. T. NISDETT, Scribe. A calf lost near Shrewsbury, Vt., Inst spring, fell In with a herd of door nnd wnB mothorod nnd raised by ono of those nnlmnls. A man has a god temper when he doosn't blamo his wlfo because It Is raining. Ardmoro Rob.ckan Lodgo No. 20, I. O. O. F meets overy Thuradav night In I O. O. F. Hall. Mrs. Gertrude Gillespie, N. G., Miss Mary Per rott, Secretary. canton. Canton, Ardmore No. 4, Patriarch! Militant, I. O. O. F., has regular meet Ing on first and third Konday nlghti In each month. mi. DEVENEY, Com. D. T. NISDETT, Clerk. K. of P. ball. Ardmore Aorle No. 6S7 F. O. E. Meets everj Wedn'dny at J :30 p. m. lu T. C. IJRIDQMAN, W. Sec. A. O. U. W. Ardmoro Lodge, No. 41, meew regular overy nrsi as- and third Wednesday USJF' a,gbU at K' of P hal1 W. U. HUUEKTU, n. w. i. I.OWKN8TEIN, Recorder. Ardmore Cnmn No, QsSSS 33 Woodraon of Uto vor,D World meets overy Friday night In tho month, except tho tllird, In tho K. of P. hattl. T. E. ROLAND, C. C. JEFF JONES, Clerk. A woman. can havo moro fun rend ing old lovo lottors than a man can rending now onos. If n girl Isn't built that way you can tell It by tho way sho turns up hor noso when n thin ono crosses n muddy street. ' I Wo worry as If wo had to go through a whole year tomorrow, Instead of J-r one day Tho man who loves his Joke Is usu lly unpopular. MRS Lady Maccabees. ueilo or iaa rrairie hive No. 1, Ladlos ot tho Maccabees meets on tho first Wednesday af ternoon In each mists In tho Odd Fellows hall MRS. II. L. DALTON, I.iiclv Commander . JOSPHINE CARR, 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 1 By W.A. Milne, author of 'Aladdin' Etc., Given by Home Talent, Rehearsed by Author 250-Youro Ladies and Children in the Cas--250 All in grotesquo and beautiful costuming, represent inr Pixies, Goblins, Brownies, Monkeys, Insects, Pickaninnies, Fairies, Butterilius, Flower Girls, Amazon Guards,Jfipanese Maidens For ihe Benefit of the Ardmore City PubSic Schools Wo linvo npvrr wltiicsned n pcrfurinHnce. olthcr ama-ti-uror lrfu.iiloi!iil. that pxcellrd "Tlifc PIxIp" In ollhor ho.iuty or Irnurcnt lun. It Is simply n uranil succcnx IIol vldere, III., Nortlnvu.Moni. It In Impoaxllilo lo tii-llovo thnt nuch nrlUtlo work can ho ilnno hy ynuni; nmntmirx. Mr, Mllno ban no equnl nnd thoro nultunro marvi-ldUK. lie who iiiIhku hppIhk "lht I'istrn" will liuro much to rei:ret.M--Kreort, III , KeKlster. ' It 1h In our opinion tho most beautiful and lnuchnhlo on ortalnmont over tlevlai.nl for amateurit." Mlnncapolln Dally Journal' "Xothlni; ever Klvon hero has nwnkoneiUuoh cnthuslamx as The rixlox," Tho music Ik sparkling and tho ntranvn nil venturos of the wlerd llttlo sprites kept two packed houses In roara of laughter." Hock Island, III., Areus. TWO HOURS OF FUIU AftD FROLIC IRj FAIRYLAND Seats can be reserved at Red Cross Drug Store Beginning Tuesday morning, January UOth Kic. Maunee Prices, children 25c, adults 85c Evening Prices, lower lloor 50c, balcony bi rsmjTi ill tfi i M TWB "New OrIeans9 'MobSIe Pensacola MARDI GRAS One Fare plus $2.00 for Round Trip TicKets, Feb. 21 to 25 inclusive Geo. H. Luk, Gen. Pass. Agt. ,. J. S. McNam,y, Div. Pass. Agt, .Little Reck, Ark. . . .Oklahoma City DISTRICT COURT TERMS. WOODMEN CIRCLE. Moots first M'onilny nftornoon at 3 o'clock and third FIrday ul&Ut at 8 o'clock In each montli. MIUS. A. B. CURTIS, Guard. Mns, T. II. STIIJIQEON, Clork. Dally Ardmorcircitf eta. per montli. Marietta, Tlshomlnjo and Ardmoro Judgo Townscnd baa undo tlio fol lowing order or court with roferenco to tho termo ol tUsti '"rt to h3 held at Marietta, Tishomingo. ,d Ardmoro: In compliance with Uio provisions if an act of congress entitled "An act provldtnz for additional Unltod States ludgcg In tho Indian territory" and for othor purposes, approved April 28, UiOl, It Is ordered: Will Have Three Terms Each. That thero shall bo three terms ot court each year at the following places In tho said Southorn district: Marl stta, Tishomingo and Ardmore, as pro vided hy law, samo beginning as fol lows: Third Term. Marietta BglnnlnK Januar? lb, 1906. Tishomingo Beginning Feuruurj is, tiros. Ardmoro Beginning March 26, 190(1. Done In chambers at Ardmoro, In dian Territory, this 24th day of April, 1905. HOSEA TOWNBENP, Judge. Luckiest Man In Arkansas. "I'm tho luckiest man In Arkausas," writes H. I Stanley of Bruno, "since the restoration of my wife's health after flvo years ot continuous cough ing nnd bleeding from tho lungs; and I owo my good fortuno to tho world's greatest inedlclnc, Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, which 1 know from oxporlenco will euro con sumption If taken In tlmo. My wlfolm- urovod with first battlo nnd twclvo bottles completed tho cure." Cures tha worst coughs nnd colds or monoy ro funded. At W. B. Framo's, druggl't. COe and $1.00. Trial Dottlo free. - TIME TABLE. Frisco. ' ; ,, , Eastbcund No. 42 leaves G:05 a, m No. U loaves 12:C0 p. m. Westbound No. 43 arrives 9:o5 a. m No. 41 arrives ;:35 p m Choctaw-Rock Island. Eastbound No. 84 (local)lcavea 7:00 a. m No 10 leaves 2:40 y. m. Westbound No. 9 arrives i:;io p. m. No. S3 (local) arrives 6 M0 p. m Santa Fe. Southbound No. 5 4:oo a. m 17 4:20 p. m. No. 19 12:35 p. m Northbound No. c i2;D0 a. m No. IS 11:55 a. m. No. 20 5:35 p. m. Nos. 5, C, 19 and 20 aro local trains, whllo Nob. 17 and 18 stop nt tho small er stations only on being flagged. Put yourself in tho othor man's plaeo and you may stop abusing him A Healing Gospel. Tho Kov. J. C. Warren, pastor of f Sharon Baptist church, Bclalr, Gj , says of Electric Bitters: 'li.'s a God sond to mankind. It cured m' of lame hack, stiff Joints and completo phys ical collapso. I was so weak It took mo half an hour to walk i mile. Twj bottlos of Electric Blflers ir.ado mo so strong I have ust waled throo rnllos In 50 minutos and fee', like walking threo moro. It's maclo a v-v man of me." Greatest remedy for weakness nnd all stomarh, Hvor nnd kldnoy compUints, S'dl nodcr guana tee nt City Drug Store Prlco 50c Notice of Sale. Notice is hereby given that on Fri day, tho 23rd day of February, 190G, between tho houts of ten o'ciocic in tho forenoon and threo o'clock In tho aftornoon, I will olTor for sale to tho hlghost blddor for cash at tho door of tho Unltod States courthouse in the city of Ardmoro, in tho Southorn dis trict of tho Indian Territory, tho fo! lowing descrlbod property, to-wlt: All of tho interest of Helot. Whlton or, n minor, In tho followlnt; described lots: Lots No. six (0) nnd seven (7) in block No. ono hundred nnd forty four (144) and lots No. ono (1) and two (2) in block No. throo hundred nnd twenty-flvo (325) in tho city of Ardmoro, In tho Southern district of tho Indian Territory, ns shown by tho omclal plat of said city made by tho Chickasaw Townsito commission, sndi Jkts aro part of tho estato of P. S. uamseur, deceased, nnd this salo is mado In pursuanco of an ordor of tho United Statos court for tho Southern district of tho Indian Torrltory, at Ardmoro, mado on tho 19th day of De cember, 1905. This tho 16th day of January, 190C. O. T. MOTZ, Guardian, By, Potter, Bowman ft Potter, Attor neys. First published Jan. 17, 1900. Tho mound bird, found In Austra lia,, builds tho biggest nost In tho world. It makes tho mounds some tlmos as great as 150 feet in circum feronco in which it buries Its eggs, flvo feet- doop.