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TWO THE DAILY AHDMOflEITE - THE CHICKASAW'S DEMOCRACY. Iltit darn r.lh rg ilaf ft il see Sa) It like It ouj-ht to be. More Reasons for he Indian Being a Democrat. II. fl. llnrris, a full blood Chloka bqw Indian of Tishomingo, wm In the city yesterday and Incidentally Bavo the Ardmorelte a very Interest Jug Interview. Mr. llurrls told of a recent organ Jicd Democratic club, known a the Jlurrl Democratic clnb, of the lltir- jls SCHOOl tlWIM, wight HlIlM NMlth vast of Tishomingo. lluforring to Interviews tmbllihod Jiorntofore, giving reason why the jndlati should be a Democrat, lie Mid: "I want to give one reason why ho should be a Democrat I and one r en ton why ho li a Democrat. "He should be a Democrat because lie has received from the Itepubh can party nothing but subterfuge for jwomlees and lack of fultti In all treaty ittlMjlntliiM, white almoat the sole In Htaiico of an administration to adhere or oven respect the treaties of the Kovornment with the Indian, while al most the sole Imitunce of an adminis tration to adhere or even report teh tren of tho government with the In illnn, whs the Democratic administra tion of (1 Mirer Cleveland. Ho li a Democrat for reasons tho nemo as I would plve If you should nsk why I am a Democrat. I am. and wo nro Democratic In sentiment be cause It has come down t brinish rn illllmi, and Is even now iireservoii In tho memory of our old men. that iho people and the party which stood for tho principles of the urosent Re publican party and Its people, once enticed the red man to a strong country and left him to the tender murclt of his enemies, after an vltatlon that he pursue raacefu path imiler the government's nrotertton Tradition says that my people were too worship the greater father amid Map and plenty -and that (b1 wsMIke nlbes wowld be afraid to enter our country, ror the at ron a arm of the white broth or wm around us. Hut that when the white man warred wa.. bin brother the Indian was forgot ten by tho eminent 's ruddier, who drew away and left him without even sn much as telling him why he miut l..ave Thieves and refugees overrun his country Md the hunger of his women made hla heart alck.llls fat hors wore all taken and there waa no corn. Our old men tell us that h. warriors went sonth, borrowed Are itMtds of fodder from our nelchbor ami Joined him In war against (he lllg uovoriimenl." This la only tradition but It Is ot or tlw first muses of that Inborn In stlnct of eht Chickasaw Indian toward the Southerner's way ol thinking n.l IHH consequent nllgunent nrllh the Democratic party. from that follow In tlio front row flays It lauflilti like and strong, I.Ike de chums of & nong. Dey In feelin' good fo sbo, An" dej-. gets -you feelin' to. , Makes yo' brace yo'se'f clean through. Jes by sayln' 'Howdy do." Washington Kronlne Star. A colored preacher took some can didate for Immersion down to a river In Louisiana. Seeing eome alllgatoro In tho stream, one of them objected. Why. Itr oilier," urged tho pastor. can't you trust the lxwd? Ho took core of Jonah, didn't her Y-a-e," admitted the darky, "but a whale's dlff'rent. A whale's got a inem'ry, but ef one o' dom 'gators wus ter swaller dls nigger, ho'd Jes' 140 tor sleep dar In de itn an' ferglt all 'bout me.' Woman's Home Companion. SULPHUR NOTESj. t Imfrelte Spril ."UJpnnr. T.. Ana. 22-?-Th I'.nk hotel, a hotel which. In run only d irl-.a tne summer monthi; closed lla dorrs 1 yesterday for the season, .f ttto hotel eumouirawe iniilHosa this summer.. Tho Uantlsts of this city are holdlna a bin protracted meeting hare and It. is sniii tiiat there are inauy conver sione. It Is rumored irwt ik Twill run an excursion train here Sun day fmm Oklahoma City. The Oklaho ma Commercial club will be the first one to arrive or rather, thoy will have a special train ol tnelr own. Morris liayless. assistant cashier of the First National I lank of this place, with others has pure hue. I a controll ing Interest In a bank at the new town of Walling. 1. T. Ardmore, Wednesday, August 22, 1906. Sanitary caution is not now. tliotmh doublets It has grown. An HlHhtoenth century rector was burying one of his parishioners In the churchyard, whon he was Interrupted by a woman who deraaudod Immediate speech with him. "You must wait until 1 have finished." said he. "No, nlr. I must speak at once." "Well, then' wlmfs the matter?" he Immlred. "Why. sir." exclaimed the poor woman, "you aro burying a 111 1111 who died of tho small iox next my poor huihiuid. who novor had It." Kansas City Star. The benevolent old aetitleman with Hie large bundle, stopped In front of the Institution. I buvo hero some rending matter for tho poor iwtluiita," he announced. "What kindr miked the doorkeoper. Why, all the latest monthly iima- axliies." "Take thorn away. Thla Is a norm sanllaiinm. If our iiatlents started to rood the yarns of (he muck rakers w would Imve to chain them down." Chicago News. Notables In Oklahoma. Ardmorelte Special. Outhrie. Ok., Aug. M.-Oklnhoma - " w jrv rikewi I IIHHIV I this fall which will probably attract more famous statesman and jwlltl clans than have ever before gathered In a western state. Tho iii.mi.ii.. foxpect to get President Itoosevelt as well as Senator Ilevendgo, Judge Taft ami other notable to como to their Prlv. leges For Sale. fi Jjibor Day clebratum In Ard ni r". bids will be rerelved lor prlvl leges on grounds at City I'ark up to Wednesdpy nlgnL A;gnt .S9. If ex elusive jrlvllej;e are wanted, mako separate bids for saine. Address C. C. 'ialloway. at ITnlon Hevlew olllce, or any of the following committee. 0. C. OALl.OW'AY. . W. HOLT. HUt HltUCK HDDINOS. 'e fiotd-dr.. ..d mfwyp tipuppucmmm Kiectrlo light was first exhibited outilde the G-alety Theatre, August 2, 1S0I. ODD INFORMATION. Summer Dlarrhoe In Children. During the hot weather of the sum- mcr months tho first unnatural loose noss of a child's bowolg should have Immedlato attention, bo as to cherfc Ihe dlsonte before It becomes serious. All that Is necessary Is a few deses i of Chamberlain' Colic. Cholera nn.i Diarrhoea Itemed;: followed by a doc or castor oil to cleanse the system Hov. M. O. Stockland. osstor of the Hrst .M. K. Church. Mftle Palls. Minn, i writes: "W- have utel Chamborlnin'n ! Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilemedy for several years and find t n very vnlunble remedy, especially for sum. mcr disorders In children." Sold bv J. Itnmsey, W. 15. frame, Ardmore A ttemian perlodal. Stall) and Ei sen. figures out that Oerimtiy ha. unougli coal 2fc0.000,000.00O tons) t,j Irist It 2,000 years. Kngland with 108,600.000,000 tons and double. th amount of consumption. 1ms cnoiig.i for. only 400 ydarj. A rural photographer la exhibiting 111 his window the photograph of a young man with tho following Inscrlp. tlon atlached to It: "This Is the man win put his iialr In curls to have his photograph takon and then can't pay for thom." An oxamlnor was lostlng the r.crlp tural knowlodgo of n gchool. "What do yoil know Of rornnllim'" trn. uie irunK or a large tree cut down at question ho wrote iijkjii tho black- Clerceimter, Kngland. The sap rings board. Ono boy wrotu In nnswer, showed that nearly a century had Cornelius wag u man who plnycd the' elapsed lnce the eggs wero laid. centurion In the Itnllan baud." Scenery was first Introduced Into theatros by the fatnoiw lnlgo . Jonog, In January of 1C0C, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" has been glfmi as an operntta. It was originally sung .at tho Music Hall'. Lynn, Mass., October C, 1SSC. Iceland's llshdrmen have takon o using motor boatw In their business. Automobiles and motot boats have al so made tholr way to Helslngfors, Finland. A bird's nost containing four eggs wns recently discovered Inclosed In nsHlstnnco. Hrvan. Ilnllov. 'rw tin Mtiil ... . 1 ' immsey, w. 15. I rame .lobHon will prolmbly stump the two Drug Co Donner rinnnL .lerrltorlea for the Democrats, while I ' "r & 1110 11011. lorn wiilson will lin 11 11.,. '.,..... 11. I IA.. .1 .... .. .... I . "I IB, I71IHUIIH I JVM me rtocinilMM nud Cnrrlo Nation will stioiilf fnr in "I'roi.lbltlonlsts. It wni be a llvelv camimlgu. ROBERTS & BONNER IWSURAWOE AND BOWDS Wo write Piro, Tornado. Plato Glass, Accident and Health Insurance The oldest ngency lu Ardmore. Strongest Companies ropresonted. Insurance that Insures Over City Nat. Banll Strange Indian Remedies. Croat virtues aro ascribed to tho flaws and horns of certain niiliuula Tlgora' dawn aro In moat demand with the common people. Quo or two claws mny be worn near (he loins, tint should one possohs 11 laraer inim bcr tho fortunate owner umbos a isnr. land of them and wears them around his nock. Deers' horns ground Into flno paste Ih an oxcollont lmlm for IKilns nud mwoIIIiikh. A more curious two Is found for tho same substiinco: It Is miiuclluies made Into u M)vdor Which Is nupiKHied to aid the growth or Htutited women. The Joint takon lrom the long and slender tail nf tint black scorpion aro supposed to keep iliucps nt Briti's distance when chil dren woar them 011 tholr waist thread. A rod or swollen oye Is cured In- Jiavlng It touched with tho bolt or chnln of a door. A remedy which I Iibvo seen appllod with consldorablo rffect In moro than one enlloiitlc Hi is to place a bunch of keys lu !n? jialm of tin inferor. I htvo hoard it alil tlmt the fit pannes awav as ro.d lly f )u keys nre placed ou the l.o'.d rather (piulnt remedy lu tile cane of wpralnod luvk Is ... use an Iron i-eas-nro for a pillow. Soro throat Is cured by aplttlnu n red hot Iron quite the simplest tn-l Jeast oMnslve cure known In ihe na tlvo doctor. Peacock's Hesh ami plK m Kreaae aro the best medicines for acute rheumatism. Madras Mall. It Is a ell known that a woman will never become accustomed to banks. Just tot abe will never learn to sbsr- lien a load pencil or drive a nail: hot there la a woman In this city who lakes the prise In financial matters, except ahe reverses cotidltlona. Her husband bob) a fairly nlco ac count at a local bank lu common with km-, where Interest was paid on tla poslla at tho rate of 3 per cent. One afternoon as she went ahopplng the wire nail occasion to imaa her lius Imnd'a .1 tw cont bank and then an other which paid only 2 oer otnit. The more she thought nlmut It the more complex tho problem seemed. ai last making 110 her nilml iimi her huslwud and, of courso. herself were liellig cbeatcl by a horrlil naah. ler, idle withdrew the denoslta from the X mr cent Iwnk and turned them In at tho other place. M'l . iiwi evening sue sail : "Do vmi know. dear, that I saved lots of mmiey lotiayr llowT" he asked. y placing (Mir moiioy In a lmnk that costs only 2 per oent lnstnnii nr 3. It Is Infinitely chwuwr ,aud " wimiiintjtoii Star. To Con&'der Insurance Laws. Ardmorelte Spclnl. 8t. Paul. Minn.. Aug. 22. plana for uniform Insurnnce leglalntlon are ! Ing discussed today at a meeting of the "committee 01 fifteen" app!ni. 1 at the recent Chicago conference or coventors and Insurance 'commU.m ers. The committee will remain in senaiun an ween ami will draw up n bill embodying us ldm of In-m . , reform which will bo presenleil to tin b'glHlatures of the viirlous st.it. New Night Ticket Agent. Jack Logglua of ICunls. Texas lias -nrrlvod lu the city ami will bo install. (Hi at once as nbjht ticket agent at tho uiiltHi station. .Mr. I.nin was Xormorly employed In iStitifai by the J I. & T. a railway mi agent. As soon ks tho work of checking In the new night agent Is accomplished, the tolo i:raph Iiwtrumoiits will Im moved out of tho ticket olllce Into another nnort- wont of the building mado for the 3iurjH)o. Nowapaimr chaff Tain' no milch do things you say, 1 taken notice, as de way 3)at you Hays 'em. I has seen 1.oIh o' people. Jes' between You an' 1110. so downright glttm J)at de te.irs 'ml almoe' come Citiuo doy made you foe I so blue Jea" by paylu' "Howdy do." Little 11m Sullivan's resourceful ueaa us 11 politician Is acknowledged by his fellow members of the Now ..-i. 1... . . . iwnk iiii.iru ni niiierinen. When a lad on festive occasions Little Tim k-.ew what o'clock It was. He umi mi Mike Padden, sucrolary of atate lu tho SiilllvHii cabinet, wore at an Knst Side ball with two of the rosy chocked lassies of that neighborhood of poachy young womon. i.ittlo Tim and Col. Mlko had be 1 ween uicui exactly si; no more, no hits. Supper time enmo. Ilefore tak Ing tho girls into the supper room LU tlo lim and Col. Mlko secretly scon lieu tno bill of fare and found that oyster stews at 25 cents each would Just lit their pile. Little Tim blandly ami innocently Impressed thU conclu klon iimu the jouiig girls. Anything Little Tim said was ac oepted as the tup notch of hospitality The fiur atews were Iwfore tho lit tie iarty. One of the girls liked cat sup. While administering a dose of tne ooiuiiinuiiL the stoimer shot out Into the stew ami with It spurted half the lKttle contents. "There, I've spoiled my stew." iihwtl the hoautloue one. "I'll have to have another." Little Tim alert to the else of the Joint wad of a dollar, reached for tho girls ruined stew, pliiiuiied it before Colonel Mike, grabbed Colonel Mike' untasted and unadorned stew. and. placing It before the girl, soothlm-iv saiu: "No. no, girlie; Colonel Mike never eat an oyster stew without dousing It with ontaup. lie likes 'om that way don't you Mlko?" Mike said he did. New York Sun. The W. C. T. U. will meet with our president. Mrs. Madden. Wodnos day afternoon. All members are ro oueated to be present, a we hnvo vtry iMiptM-buit bnsiuess to attend to. il. H. IXOILUI. Secy. Dally Ardmorelte, CO cunts par month. Two fights In Michigan. Ardmorelte 8peciai. Detroit. .Mich.. Aug. 22. Tw p flghln nre scheduled to take plno. .Michigan tonight and will mini- Inrge attendance of Detroit right faux. Xuuuor- pan oforqo jo .(poo uimt.i .Morrison of Detrt.t. featherweignii will meet at I lent on harbor, and .In O'Keefe of Chleun anil U'ltlln I ...... . 'of New York, welterweights, will 'lliieen nmnds lie fore the Orand Rap Ids Athletic Club. I jeeasBajajaaajBBajBSBBasjaaBB . . i-;-r .,- iasar srFmessm . '"I """ I li I TOE ARTESIAN HOTEL SULPHUR INDIAN TERIUTORY A Moilorn IW-l-v of Vvo Urlck rand Granite Tri.n.nin-., jr.O Guo.sf K.,01,,. E ovator h 11 trie Lvj U. Stonin I..tt in u.i, i.. ii..i. 1....... . X, ,v'Jl""t icaioi, " unui ikuuniH, .Miiaioriuiu HATES: S.200 per Day and Up Kansas Holiness Camp Meeting. Ardmorelt Special. Wichita. Kan. Aug. 22. Many 110 pie are arriving here to attend tho annual state holiness camp urn tin which will lie held at South Itlver d ' park, beginning tomorrow. It I e pectod that all Protestant cliunhe will take part In the meetings which will lust ten days. , Protest From Santa Fe. Austin, Tex.. Aug. 21. The (Sulf. Colorado and Santn Fe Hallway com wny has protested against the order of the railroad commission directing that company to placo a telccranh operator at (iodloy Station and main tain 0110 thoro. The railroad obiects. but tho commission adheres to Its o- sltlon and the matter will be proba bly tested In tho courts. The oues- tlon of tho power of the commission to compel the railroads to maintain iterators at stations will now likolv be tested lu the courts. New York Historians Meet. Vrduiorelto Special. Olon Falls, N. Y.. Aug. 22 Tho New York Historical Association Is holding Its annual meeting to il.iy at Fort William llunry 011 Lake (Jeorue. A symiKielum on the relations of the Indians mid the early New York col onists Is the feature of today s ses sion. The convention will clou., with a Iwtnquet this evening. Flewer Growers Talk Shoo. Ardmorolto Special Dayton, Ohio. Aug. 22. The Amer ican Flotlsts' koclety oaiied itn an nual convention with a buslm ss sua sion this morning. A special session will be hold tomorrow to arninnu plans for the proposed national Mow er show. A reception was temiermi the delegates by the local florists last ovoiilng. J- M- HAYLESS and C. J. WEDSTEfl, Owners I " " 8 9 ig Two Days' Picnic and ...Barbecue... The Japanese Poachers. WlHlllllgtoil, Aug. 21. A nart nt surfboat oarlocks was received tixi.iv at tho deiwrtment of Commerce and Labor, 'iho oarlocks were taken from a boat usod by the Jopaimio poachors who rooently were eni.turuit 011 St. Paul Island while killing Amer ican seals. To maintain tho secrecy of their ov. pod I tlon the looks were very careful ly, mullled. Thoy were wrapped with platted twine, which had been Ereas- od to make t'lium noiseless. Five bouts, Inore than 100 snal sklr;i and n Koal vkliiuliu: A111u1r.nl 114 OHInboma and Indian Territory represented by their best speaK ers. All the attractions will be there, so all arrangement now and be sure to come. Cheap rates on all railroads. All Privileges for Sale Write the Committee 1. G. HOUSE, Chairman g& ogSo aga qd dv eScoge jwurc uiso capmreu.