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Ardmore, Friday, November 16, 1906.
EIGHT. THE OAILY ARtlMOAEITB it r There are no trifling coughs Any rough Is serious oiiouku. to Imvo prompt ntul rlBht nttontlnn, bo cuimw there mo ho many sorbins tlilim tlmt tnrts from coubIUh. Tho minus of pneumonia ami consumption can attack weakened InngN only, nml the llwcrcil vitality that follows coldB and coughts makes tlie comlltlon favorable. What wo wish to urge .a tills : Kind n l.dlnlile harmless cough euro nml keep a supply on hand constantly. When nny momoher of tho family tlevolopes a cough, start In the re medy promptly. The romedy we think should ho HOFFMAN'S THROAT A?1D LUNG SYRUP H Is Imposslblo for n cough bocomo uorloim whore IIIb remedy la uned ns Boon nB tho co.cn f ... tly becaiiBo naturally. rmody can ami euros poimanomns. It rurus as quickly as a thorough It limit glvu entire satisfaction or our money back. PRICE 25 CENTS. phone 30 J. Ramsey, druggist CUIt. CADDO AND Kspcclally In our proscription to perfect that department anil wo of It. Our proscription dopartmont not yet Biitlsllcd. Wo want to bring your prescription to uh special attention will bo Riven homo formuliiB and receipts. Such n cold cream, face preparations, lini ments nnd etc. Free delivery to any part of tho city. On WALL DRUGGIST Frank Berrylilll ''-LI Attached to her Piano.. Th- Hush & Gorts Piano si ins to i'i cnpallo of winmnir iln ullivtio s, us w II a Hit' aiimir '.ion H nil anpr.jv.il of ail wlio pluv upon it 1 f:ri''s in f ivor it grows in viMirs and Insos none f its lino, rich, sworn on This instniiui'i.t is llio hot "hoiii' " piano wo know of. It is tho host piano in i s pneo. Other pianos at nil prices from E. B. LUKE 107 Main Street, Ardmore, I. T. Established lt95. TELEPHONE 14 a FOR CARRIAGE OR BAGGAGE Ardmorf Transfer Co. W. R INGRAM, Manager. Lnrgebt Union Carrluco Lino In tho Ct . OSS Some Good Advice. For bta'er IiukkIoh for less monoy tniin the jioddlers soil nnd on as good tortus see Noble Hrothors. When you trade hero your nolo 1b with homo people 19-tf .Don't fall to toad carefully lllvens, Corhn & Fronsluy'B advertisement In this paper. 12-5 Tho popularity of our Thelma Per fumn Is certainly morlted. It has all the Dilantins Unit mnko n perfect hand kerchief 'extract. Tho prlco Is but 50c an ounce. F. J. HAM3NY. DrugElDt. J mm M il 5 IS. department. It has bom an effort feel as If wo hod, made a success has ttcnrilly grown. Out wo arc DRUGGIST For Everything That Is Mad of TIN. Tin Roofini a Specialty DROOKS DROUGHT HERE. John Drooks Charged With Durnlng City Calaboose at Marietta. John Brooks, charged with arson, Vina placed In Jail here today by Deputy Cochrun. Brooks was hrpught to tho city from Marietta. It Is alleged ho set lire to the in ubcoso In that city Thursday night, completely destroying tho building. Brooks was an lnuinto of tho cala boose, having been pinced tltero m a charge of drunkenness Thursday af ternoon. Ho il en gnvo tho nlnrin by shouting, which brought a crowd ot people to tho scene. Brooks was got ten out of the burning building, but uccapoil f i oin tho Glllcors. Ho was af terwards captured and .Deputy Cochran plac d him hi Jallhgro today, on a charge of burning tho cnlaboosc. TicKcts Tickets for Charles II. Ilauford on sale 'Sunday. Curtalu rises S : 15. N"o lieu list. 10-1! Jndgo Alexander Oulctt was in tho city this morning en route to his lio.no at Tishomingo. Mr. Gullett has been at I'urcell loproooutlug tho government before the district court which Is lu session at that place. H. I-'. Turner returneu Irom legnt tiimliiUKB at Puree. I yesterday att i noon. Chief of Pollc lluclc Uirrott has re turned from Oklahoma' City. Mr. Gar rett wont to tint piaco to stand trial but the cam has not been set. Tom Floyd, formerly Wells Fargo '' nr h nioi"8 n it on the Santa I-V. left Friday for Garden City, Kan.. uli.-r lie will tik- a pjslti&n with tne Bnme company. Mr. Hoyd was to hnvo gone to Poncn City but wns transfer c I 1 1 Garden City. CASUAL PHILOSOPHY. A widow's wile aro innskrd with MU'.lll'g. Don't export a Hqouro doal If you are not a square man. Sumo people nro unable to respect i. .one they feel sorrj lor. It is always safe to accuse a home ly girl of being protty, A little lcar.ng ofton makes a man until company for himself. A man who grus back on his friends seldom guts a chance to coino back. Dlil you over Rot a gns bill thnt wns finnllor than you oxpected it would be? Hy tho tlmo tho averago man nchlovcs success ho Is too old to ap' prec!nt,o It. INDIAN GIVES VIEWSEXPRESSED HIS VIEWS CHAS. D. CARTER TALKS THIS LIVE TOPIC. ON Suggests Proper Restrictions De Placed on Management of Full' Dlood Holdings Favors Sale of Coal Lands. Chas. II. Car, jr, n .T-oininoui In J Ian citizen, nnd n posslolo candidate of tho Uemocrntlc, party for congroaa was soflii this morning Itnd asked ed as to his views on tho question ot tho hour, Ir. .; o! (no iitniuv.il ut re striction. Mr. Carter Is perhaps In tho best position to know what the needs ot this section are, an ha Is well poll ed on Indian nffulrs and knows the limitations of tho Indian. Ho Bald: "I think that tho business Interests ot i l.o community nnd tho wolrnro or tho Indian demand that tho restric tions of nil half breed be remove-!. I. o. upon nil allotmenta except lioin.. Meads of the Intermarried citizens. "Ab to full blood Indians, tucro nro many of them who nro not competent to niaungo their own affairs and I think It would be well enough to hav-i onte character of supervision over tlie sales of their lauds, cither by tho de partment or stnto government. I think some plan could bo arranged where by tho fullblood would be nllowcil to mnnngo his landed Interest as ho seea fit, whenever ho can show thnt ho Is competent to nttend to iheso matters. It should bo nrranged bo that edu cated ftillhloods nnd in tact all thoso competent to mnnage .their affairs might have restrictions removed with out too much red tnpc, placing tho fullblood upon his own responsibility when It can bo shown that ho Is sulll clently educated to take caro of lihn self. "Somo nrrnngcmcifts snould nlso ho made to enable the full blood Indian to leaso his land for a longer period thnn ono yenr. Tho reason that many fullblood nllotnionts nro only partially Improved and many of them haven't th necossnry capital today for Im provements. Allowing them to lcaso their lands, deals could be mado with whlto farmers to Improve their places for a leaso of a term of years on tho land. "Ilolatlvo to the coal lands. I t.ilnk tho department should provide for tho sno of thu surfaco of said lands' at tho cnrllest posslb.u moment; nlid that some provision should bo mado for tho salo of tho coal on said land so thnt this product could cvonttm'ly pass to tho ownership of tho stnto to bo used for n pormanont school fund. Having, of course, duo consideration tho rights of Indians paying them for such lands, nnd at the same tlmo con sidering tho rights of tho lessees. "I think that tho trloal authorities will nut bo unreasonable and If given nmplo tlmo to present their vlows on those threo subjects, that somo equltn bio solution will result which will re dound to tho good of tho now Btnto." , Hnnford's production of "Julius Cno- nlno role In tho enst and this Is ns unr will be Been In this city at tho aumeil by Miss Mario Drofnah, whoso uouipon opera nouso on Monday, Nov. 1 10. Thoro la but qim Important feml - H. LINEDAUQH, CANDIDATE FOR CONQRES3, TALKS. On a Still Hunt Through the District for Votes Favors Primary Plan., For the Making of Nominations. D. II.. l.incbaugh of Atoka, a candi date for congress In this district, was In Ardmore Thursday nfternoon and Friday morning, Mr. I.lncbaugh Is n promising youn; attorney of this sec tion ns well as u rising polltlcan. IIo nlso favors tho primary plan of nom ination, and lu speaking of the plan said: "Wo promised It to tho people nnd by nil means they should have tho prlmnry so as to have tho valco of (the entire patty as to who should bo their loaders In both national nnd Btnto affairs.'' t "Practically In all of tho districts In tho Indian Territory the .Democratic candidates for ,tho ronstltutlonal con- I vontlou wero selectedlby tuo primary nnd I think that the methods used was tho most satisfactory, and should no used In tho selection of candidates for all olTlcoH, both for congress nnd state." When queried as to his opinion on tho removal of restrictions ho said: "1 feol llko tills Is ono of tho- most Im portant questions to bo considered by our national congress, nnd I favor tho Immcdlnto removal of all restrictions upon tho alienation of all allotments of allottees, except upon tho home stead of tho Indians by birth. I also favor tho salo of tho unalottcd land to ! actual settlers In tracts not exceeding ICO acres to any ono purchaser. I "Now, as to tho disposition of tho coal lands, I favor the purchaso by tho federal government nt fair and rens- jonnblo valuation of the segregated coal lands, an; the donation of the samo to tho now stato ns a permanent school fund, with a provision of tho Immcdlnto salo of tho surfaco to ac tual settlers, In tracts not exceeding I ICO ncres. In this way I feel that wo will not only bo ennbled to provide an amnio system of free ncnouis, nnd , provldo homes, but will bo enablei to crush tho coal trust that Is now rear ing Us hcadjn our midst. "The sweeping victory of Democracy ' In our last election should make tho heart of every Democrat glnd, and by I kcqplng faith with tho people our party wll grow strong and stronger in tho new state." ASSISTANCE ASKED. Petition For Funds For Football In Circulation. A petition asking for funds for the Ardmoro football team Is being circu lated over tho city. Tho petition will bo presented to tho business Ardmoro In an effort to rnlso an amount sulll clout to put on games during tho com ing months. It Is tho intention to have a game Thanksgiving, nlso Christmas. Other games are In view. To Wvo these games and to bring performances iinvo always commando.l tho. highest approval. Hi D. STILL COMING I IN .More young pcoplo of this communiiy now liae hank accounts tluin over holorc. Every duy thoy come in total: ! iiclviintiigo of our offer of it First Deposit Free. This is tho oiler: Bring $-1.50 to (It posit to the credit of nny child of nny nge irom one day to twelve yours We will add It to our Free First Deposit of 50 ci-nts, making K.00 to bein with, nnd tins money will immediately begin to enrn int lest Sta t now while this oilur is open. JJ ing this 'ui it will entitle you to thu credit of fiO cents ns ft part of tho first deposit. Ardmore Loan HOFFMANN DRUG CO. Prkscuiption Dhuggikti tklhpiionk cgi 184.108.40.206. - t - - : - 4..t" - - : - H - THREECLINES, THREE -5-H-1"J" WANTED. WANTED A good hustling sober salesman. C. K. Wiggins. 16-3 WANTED Men to learn barber trado. Havo just moved Into our new building, whore wo Have all modoriL facilities. Special lnduco mentn for short tlmo. Don't miss this chance. Few Weeks completes. Monoy earned whll elearnlng. Wrlto today. Molor Harbor College, Kansas City, Mo. 11-6 11-6 WANTED A colored girl to do cook ing. Jipply this olllco or phono 150.. 2Stf FOR RENT. FOIt KENT Five room dwelling, nice homo, 7th Ave. nnd A street, N. W. It. T. Dallas. 1C-3 FOIt RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, close In. Apply at J. C. Prcddy's. 1G-C FOR KENT Elegant room furnished or unfurnished. Address box 195, city. lGtl FOR RENT Threo or four rooms, fur nished or without. Four blocks north of Main. Address l!ox 34. lltf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Six flro-proof safes. See them at Santa Fa depot. E. D. Payno, Hox 181, City. 1C-3 FOR SALE Delivery wagon worth $C5, vory cheap. Havens blacksmith shop. 14-3 FOR SALE A dining tablo and chairs, buffet, tvV leather couchos, library tablo, and otho furniture, and room-slzo rugs. All" now. Ap ply nt Struck's Cafo. 13-G FOR SALE Tho stock and fixtures now contained -In tho A. F. Jones building, No. 332 West Main St., known as tho Jones' Morcantllo Co. For Information nddross Hox 311 Ardmoro. Otf FOR SALE My homo place, 203 E Btroct, N. W. J. I Day. 5tf FOR SALE Some koavy wrapping paper, doslrablo and convonont for ufo lu laying carpets. It's cheap ut 25c n roll. Ardmorolto. 28 LOST. LOST I-adles' silver watch, opon face, cngravod R A C on back, finder leave nt this olllco for re ward. 1G-2 FOR TRADE Newly Improved resi dence property located In notod wa tering and hoalth resort and railroad freight division point In Texas, for Ardmoro Improved property. Seo Sliltioy Suggs. nil visiting teaniH to the city It is neces sary to raise money. Tho petition hns not been oxtenslvo ly circulated as many of the business men of the city havi not been seen on trio subject. Ardmoro hns succeeded In getting together n winning football team nnd they nre practicing every night. Tho advi rtlseinent they can glvo Ardmoro will bo well worth tno money expend ed. Tho team will go to Sulphur Sun day whero they will meet the Sulphur bunch of huskies on the gridiron. Should they win, Ardmoro will bo In a position to put a team on tho Held which can compete with any In tho ter ritory or North Texas, A winning team In nil sports bring to n town moro money than they can possibly tnko on', and create an activity all of which Is for tho good of the town." Our price nre tho lowosi on plujnb Ing and you don't havo to havo It done agnln. tf t. . JIOIM.N & BEST. ' WkMT EOlUJSflN Trust Company - :"t"M.A - ! - - t 4.4-..4.4.4....J..A I 1 TIMES, THREE DIMES X istletoe The Croat Temperance DrinH Every bottle made in con formity with the law. A favorite beverage with everybody. Gives absolute satisfaction to every dealer. Send your orders to JOE BAST1N Manager New State brewing Association ARDMORE, IND.TER. Self Explanatory. Wagoner, I. T Nov. 15. Dally Ardmorelto: Tho report that, tharo will bo a meet ing of tho Indian Territory Democrat ic Executlvo Commltteo at Outhrlo on the 10th Is an error ns there has been no meeting of tho commltteo called. Yours truly, FRED PARKINSON, . Chairman, Notice. On and nftor November 1st, 1900, wo will discontinue nny cr 'dlt busi ness, whatever, and will thank all who owo us to como In and sottle their accounts, ns wo do not intend Id do any moro credit business. Very respectfully, 2tf UURTON-PEEL DRV GOODS CO Citizenship Claims. If you have a citizenship claim paini ng and are not yet enrolled, or have other businesH beforo thu Intorior De partment, wrlto Immcdhuoly to Wll lam W. Wright, registered nttorney, OfQccs, Washington Loan & Trust IJuIldlng, Washington, D. C. A Dusty Day, Considerable real estate wns In tho wind nil day. Dust has been tho main talk on tho streets nnd not gold dust either. Beginning yesterday of toruoon nt sun down, a strong soutli wind began blowing with tho result thnt the first ,renl dust stcrni of tho Benson visited Ardmoro last night and today. Tho day has been very dlsagreeablo as compared to tno pleasant sunshiny weather or tho past week. Tho wind had In it promises or u northor, but happened to bo blowing from tho south, and winter has ben put off for u few days longer, See the human files at the BIJou thin week 11-6 It's a wlso umbrella that knows Its own master. Ono stubborn fact weighs moro than a dozen theories. Tho gentle wasp doesn't havo to got thcro with bota feet. BROWN' 4. BRIDQMAN, Funeral Director and Licensed ' . Em,balmers. Qpun, Day and Night - , rPUon Ji3. 1