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Ardrnore, Monday, July 20, 1908.
Tu r n a 1 1 j nnilrtnriTC PROTECTION FOR INDIANS GOVCHNMCNT WILL FREC HIM FROM WILtS OF CMAFTCFI INTERESTING SECTION OF LAW L Okl.iliema Statute Preclude Consum m.Ulo" el .1 Second Ucnl on Any In dlnn Lands Which Arc Involv ed In Suits Tiled. Miinkogt'-, Okln , Jtih r i " i who bought land from .in IikImii .ml p.ilil him M rt or lh iikmh . i. u to 4fc iMitntT ilwd wii-ii ti.i In diiiu could tmthr kimmI ililf. lit i.nti , ill ll "Bttinul a hrunil in i Ml Ion In rHtTII OklHtinin.i Tin ; . iitimeM am-ntu h'rf imiiKinr m iIimu tltlf have found In t it. Dili1. in. i Klatiiti'x thi follow In,- Itwy jMTwn who ihv .iii "i -mwi of (Mitil or ii'in'iiii'iii i i "f .lll llltlTt'M (IT I'Htlltc III II. !i"ln my lu'rson not ImIr In inh-m-shIoh llit'iwf, whllrt llfh IhiiiIh or trtirliH'liN .in- milij.-ct of (iHitnivt't-H), Ii) mitt In poitrt, knowing the iM'iiiliMicy u( Midi mill, mid Unit tlx griuilor win not In mhhmIiiii or niirh IhiiOk or li lii'llli'lltH, m guilty of nilwlMili'Hlior.' ' 'n pi'tmlly mity he out wr In Jul I au.l $50 fill''. A fronting to the HMHkii or thr n HHlitnt attorney K'iicral. Ill In Okla homa Mtittuto irooliult the inimnin. iiiiitlun or u HtK'oiiit ileal on nny ot Hi.- Inillnii liinila whu-h n rt Involtt'd in llic miltR which how lici-n rili'il mi' iIit tlio gill' or I'linrlnn tllU. Thorn He IhollKllllllH of Juki Mich onto where n land lni)er hun given Hie In illnil a hiiihII mini of money mill tnkt'il ii ileisl. knowing the ilceil wiih not pood Ht the time, hut ngiwlng lo piiy I the hill purpliime jtrlee when the r Kirlrtlnns wern reiiMived anil Hip In dian nave Win u deed I hut wiih rood. Information iliiit iii In eonnt'Pllon with thi'n kiiIIk kIiow a renuirkiihle Ht.ile or alTalrn elKiiiK at the time the Cherokee nllolllirutri were llMile. 'Che reeorila how that a lnrgt' jnr i'iil of the oil hind In the northwest i i'it (wrt of the Cherokee iiallon, tine ,ii aii U' land wna allotted to full-hUmd 'lnrokeea who live In the tilllx In the i iihlern pari of Hie nation. Hut tlieie in oil under thew allotment!!. '1'liat'n why the full-liliHiiIaeRot them. Crafty ll oi'riHnin went Into the oil field then but llttlt. exploited, fouml out where the heat oil hohh'i'U were anil then went over Into the hlll and I riled tOKether htinrht'H tif full blooiltf who knew liotlllllK ahoill MelertliiK Hl lotiuentM, look them to the laud of fice and Induced them to file ou the land delected Ii) the oil men. The f 11 tni: mice made tin- ml man iiiuiu'ill ifi h . . 11 1 1 it. .1 i.i iKi a l a i or tl I I '11 1 .1! I in III llll'll !''. , I I 1-. I 1 1 I II I HHHHHHflflHHHHHHH S The "Garland" Way 'I of cooking wuh ga1-allows yi'tt to si t' 1 vti.t n.it r . Iv ai'd lon.fortnblv Nostooplng H or back-btcaklni: w hen usinv; the onir al a' d r -1 in proved n iibtnittion which is CJO The "Garland" Gas Kantfe Minulaclutt-J only tiv Kir tllililil.n Mor ('iimpii Drtrult ChlcMO COOIllNCi 1Y (JAS bus futiroly pussod the o.xperiiiH'ntal, tentatiYO sta,'o; it is now and H will prvt'itbly iTinam for many yoars to come linnly ehtablishoil. H Thi n' art. howeviT all Winds and conditions of gas ranges soino good, sumo bad, H soii.tMiidiilert nt. In buying Mich a range, which is intended to last for practically a lifo I tuiii . you wanttl e best, the most economical and the safest and tho most convenient to H operatt Tlie bi st m the end is, we assure vi u, Ihe cheapest. H iSTEVENSKENNm Cramps Thousands of ladies suffer agonies every month. If win do, slop and think. Is it wtural7 Empliati- call and posit ivclv- NO! mind to prevent or euro this CARDUI It Will Help You "I suffered 9 years" fcins of Cary, K'y. " I 1 ad female trouble and would nearly cramp to death. My back and side would nearlV kill me with pain. .1 tried every! hint: to get; I relief, but failed, and at last bean lo take Carclui. Now I can do inv housework with ease and 1 give Cardui the praise for the AT ALL DRUG STORES ..ii ,i . c i it m i l in I in II I 1 IMIil III.' IlKl .1 : ll .III)' llnllUlip 'I'll- 111 I In- Itldi.iu knew of tin ml mi il r hi-- allotment would he when tin io)iill) chei-kx caiiie in The Indian Ultellt khw that he got Iheae. It wa a K"od IIiIiik for the Indian heeau 'hml the Indian mil hei-u allotted h) an oil man he protmlily would have iH-en arhllrarll) allotted u trael or worthleHH laud In the Cheiokee hlll MULKEY. Mulkey. Okla.. .Inly at). The river la gradually rallliiR. hut will not run down thla yisir. tjulte a rrowd attended pnnclilug at Hiiruood la at Thurailay iiIkIiI. Mr. and Mia. John MulKey lnlleil relullvea In llerwyn thla week. Mra. iilin Mulkey la eiitertllllllnK her xlMter, Ml its lliuderoii. and Mlaa l.milHc Youiik of llerwyn tlila week. The Mulkey uraiiiinai' aehool hml a liienle ou Wsjahila laat Tliurailay. The aehool will have rive graduatea from the grammar ileparttuenl and I'rof. Mt-Co) aayn the cloning exerclaea are going lo ciimo off lieM aprlug In griiuil Hlle. MIhh Maiile l.liiihav ia milTerlng from nil attack of typhoid feter. Dramatic School. Mrs. (leorgla 11. llrown haa Just rloaed her eighth seaion as director or tho Oeorgla llrown Dramatic School Auditorium Theater. Kansas Cltv, Mo. and has nRaln koi'O to New York to seruro engagements tor her graduatp. The new term begins third Monday In September. Drscrliv the. Illustrated catalogue, giving price of tultlti'. etc., mailed on application to the secretary, K. M. Hatter, 11 W. 0th street. Kansas City, Mo. clone postage. 11 ti Christian Church. Service- at l ln church Sundav even tin: w :i in h- I on the lawn, which iia 'iti'. ts'i'ci w i"i cb drlclty C 1' ritlMHU: I'astor Then make up your needlens sufferingl writes Mrs. Sarah .T. TTos- health 1 enjoy." Try. LEPROSY CAUSED CORN. Discovery Made by American Phys ician m Italy Disease Common. Milan, l.al). .Inly 10. An American physician, ,lame Woods llalic.icli, an perlntf iidciil of the slate lioi.pltal lor the Ii.iiip In ('oliiinhla, S. (', has hiic cei ileil In aolvlug the ipiealloli which hua been miller liivsellgatiou lor a long time n to whether the diseoae pellagra, coiumou among the peasant In Italy and the aoilth of Hurope, e lata In the United Still en. Dr. IMh -H'k, who baa been aided In 1ila re seiirchea by the Italian authorities, has proved that the Italian pellagra and a disease i-ommou In the ninth urn states having almost Identical symptoms, are one and the name. The illseue pellagra, which Is also ealbil Italian leprosy, Alpine seurvx ami Aaturlau rose, la accompanied by a redileulng of the akin and some tlmea a hypei trophy of die skin ami marked mental s)iuptom, and ii is aald to he caused by poisonous maize taken ua rixid. The lniortauce or- Dr. llabcock'a discovery -an be under stood when the extent or the consump tion of Indian corn In the southern atatoa la considered. Corn Is the sta ple diet among the negroes and I also largely eaten by the whites. According to Dr. Ilabeoek pellagra was unknown In Ihe United S'?te until after the Importation, rollowilis the chll war. of Immature and uu sound coin It la believed tills dis covery may lead lo government In spect Ion of corn. Just Exactly Right. "I have used Dr. King's New I.lfo l'llls for several years, and find them Just exactly right." says Mr. A. A. I'ollon of IlarrlBvllle. N. Y. New I.lfo l'llla relieve without the least dl.-comrort. Host remedy lor consti pation, biliousness and malaria. 25c nt W. II. l-'rame's drug store. Subscribe for Thu vrdmorelto. LOOKING FOR A WIFE HIS ACE 72 WANTS YOUNG WO MAN BUXOM AND PLEASANT. NOT TOJ PERNICKITY. Ht Paul, .Mluii . .Inly 10. William Chvuimr, Ki-vi-ui) two yeara of ago. In in St I'aul lookliiK for a young wifi She luuxt he huxou' and pleus- I nut, not too pi-rnlcklty ahoiit It cto ! and willing to liuluatrloiialy follow the Job of keepliiK liltn fioni helim lonely I am not ceventy-two yean old," liayw CleVeiiKir, "hut aeventy-two ir youns. Some or the lioy IiiiikIi , at me tor tryliif? to net inarrliU again I Inn I'm KerlotiH ' Why Hhouldii t I got married? I don't reel Hevcniy two. My hahltH are l tier than Miomc or a lot or thene voiiiir liiK'liH. I don't drluli. I don't i.wiar I no to ihiircli fairly often and lead a reaHonuiiI) Kod Hurt of life. . I do clicw a little tohacco, hut 1 don't smoke these Kgyptlan cigarettes ( and that ought lo compensate for al , most anything. ! ' V man Ian t iieeesanilly a dead one I because be Is 72 I am liable to live a good ileal longer than some of I these ye-ting fellows. !'s a good deal more a matler of how you feel than how much white there la In your hair. Besides, women. If t'hey have good sense, would marry older men. A man of my age knows women a little, and what they need to make them ha.ipy a good deal more. And besides, an old man Is conservative, lie doesn't butt Into matrimony unless he Is ready to make good. If some of these young .fry felt the same the divorce grist would be lighter. "My wire died a year ago. I have been terribly lonely. Thai's tho out place when, age shov. I want to marry again, ami I am looking for a good honest, sensible wife." Clevengor Is a fanner living near Staples, Minn., and has considerable wealth. Over Thirty-Five Years. In 1S72 there was a pro.it dealnf diarrhoea, dysentery and cholera in fantum. It was at this tlmu that Chainberlalis's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemeiiy was tlrst brought into use. It proved more successful than any other remedy or treatment, and lias for thirty-live years main tained that record. From a small be ginning Its sab- ami use hun extended to every pail of the 1'nJtcd States and to many foreign countries. Nino druggists out of ten Will recommend It when their opinion ts asked, al - though they have other medicines that pay them a greater protlt. It can alvva)s be depended upon, even In the most severe and dangerous cases. For sale by F. J. Itaiusey and Hoffman Drug Co. CREAMERY FIGHT Fort Worth Concern Paying High Prices for Butter Fat. (ialnesvllle, Texas. July 111. It seems that a finish fight is on bet ween the Fort Worth creameries and the Acme at fills place, the former having Invaded the territory and put the price of butter fat so high ihit the oreamerv men of this city can see no possible chance lo pay it and still make money. The Acme gets cream from nearly cvii) town within a radius of rorty mil or lu re and It Is the light Tor ibis that ha.-, put t'he price of cream :o high Th-' local people are put up; a.-iii'- hi the field to allow that hi hi "i ir.-o does not net tho pro-"i"i- 'iiHli If the buyer shows a di , si Hon io make a low test. Dest the World Aflords. "It g ves me unbounded pleasuro to r- cnn-'iirnil liticklen's Arnica Salve" savs .1. W. Jenkins of Chapol WW S C "I am convinced It's the b calve ho world affords. It cured a Mon on my thumb, and it never fat a t J tual every sore, burn or wont .1 to which It Is applied. :!5c at W II. Frame's drug store. Notice to Contractors. Pi al- d b I will bo iv-clvcd In thu ff i 1 1 Tackett and Myall, archl tc t- -n Co Sliug-t'ennlngton build irg r l in re. ntid by the school board at tho town of l'rovence, Okla., for the tri'ctien and completion of a four room stone and frame school building Said b illdlng to bo erected In tho town of l'rovence, Okla. Hlds to be received up to the hour of 11 o'clock a. m July 2.1, 190S, The said school board resener tho right to reject any or all bids. TACK1STT Sr. MYALL, 14 S Architects. 1 Attention Veterans. I All veterans expecting to attend tho reunion of tho Chickasaw llrlBauo at Ada, July 21-23, aro requostcd to notify Gov W. 1. Ilyril. Ada, Okla., so that adequate provision may bo made for entertaining them anil Uiolr families. DYItON NOUHKLL, Committee. Subscribe to the Aramorelte. THERE. NEWSPAPER CHAFF. '1ive laughs nt lo(knnllh," I've heard a Ioiir wtille. I'.u It'a at the roMiii n. hoolh. She iavea hor kwc t. ; a.u.le. -.1 llclljin:..! . Ii.u iv. Aunt Mlnindy p'i' her Ii Mil In at the ahop door and aci-ovid the plum lei: 'Hear you; when ran you rnme up and put a buck In my HprltiK?" "A liuck In jour t.prliiB.7" "Yea; my bpiIiir'h down to the fool ol thu hill and they toll me to put a hack In It to fetch the water to th liOIICC '()! Wi 1 1 win a iiy'rau'ti r im?' 'Aw: nnylo so. No nniN , I hn it was Honie kind of a ahe'ii." Ta Cliele. A party of Scotolimen had been hat lug a little celebration In a Canadian township, and unsteady were the steps on the home-going In tho morning. One roll by (he wayside and called lor help riom another wayfarer. The woni.l'e good Samaritan tried to steady iiln -elf as he looked down upon the fallen ou . and then settled matters by 'living- ' I canna help ye up, but I'll lie dooii aside ye." Four-year-old Joe Is verv t md of lllhle stories, and evidently rollovvs tin example or his best beloved Iito .1 to meditation "In the night wa'i hes ' He awakened his moi'u-i one nlg'lt, niter midnight with the question -.damn, where Is D.ivhl now?" "In heaven, 1 guehs Joe." "Will I go to heaven vaei I die?" "I hope so, Joe." "Mamma.'' the little voice was very eager now, "do you s'pco wlun I (-(' there David will' Just let me hold his sllng-shot a little whtl'?" The Aug ust Delineator. On a bench In city pa two trimns sat III the sun nud bliuiel Witlon.il, State, and municipal -i luiluilrations Tor everything lo whlcu nlanie ni'ltl bo attached. They wire stiangeis, but because of the fellow-Uilp which exists among their l.lnd. exchanged vlewH freely. "Well,' said the llr-'. I haven't always been a tramp. ! Usui to ae a linotype operator." "Ik that so?" iiuerle.l tn. seron 1 "Why, I used to be 'l proof le i ler The M)llcemaii who epirate.l their said It vvas tho worst light li- ever saw Shop talk In Deir. '- News Time Chapel. On a recent visit ;o Hie rimzai Memorial home for orphan gl Is In Oerinantown, Archbishop K.-i of Philadelphia told this story n Him self, says the Philadelphia Inquirer. Having an attack of rheumatism, from which he surfers greatly at tliiiii, tho archbishop, while sealed on i bench ill I)gaii square, attempted to arise, but found it liuiNisslhle to do so. I iii.iu wnn evening papers nu i 1 r " J,nn- w,w ,,,t' preiaie Strug' gllllg io got ou ins leei, nun w lilioiii any ceremony, pushed hliu In th" back, which assisted him to stand erect. "Thank you, my dear little man,' said the archbishop. "Ob, don't mention It; when I gees a mail full I gives him a lift, I pushes my rather along the same way when he's drunk." " Now that I have provided you with a good dinner, ' said the kind lady, "will you saw some wood for me?" "Madam," replied the hobo from l'iston, "norhiug would alTorl me more pleasure than abbreviating tlm ber for you, but In behalf of poster ity I am compelled to decline." "Hut what has ixistorlty got to do with It?" queried the k- 1. "It's like this . madam," explained the self conducted tourist. "With the re. olutlons of the whirling of time my grandchildren may become multimil lionaires, and ir their daughters have occasion to purchase titles It will be so much more pleasant for them to be able to say that their greatgrand father wan a gentleman or leisure In stead or a common wood raw or.'' Chicago News. "My gracious!" excalmed the Ilrst Ilea, "what makes you so red?" "Sunburned, replied the second Ilea disgustedly. "Some Idiot (il;iied the dog I was summering on.'' Catholic Standard and Times. Lilly Oreen's nothing hut a coward,' is he?' "Yep, I called him a coward rlgh: ti his race, I did, an' he dldn t iIiim mo nolhln.' ' "Then Is a onward." "You bet ho An the next time I call him a coward . ii say It right out loud so's he can hear It." Clev--latnl Plain Dealer. "Sir." said the bank president i.i a clerk whose face showed a three day's growth or beard, "yon will have to get shaved.'" "IX) what you like at home.' snap lied the president, "but I'll have yon understand tluit lyou can't grow i beard during office hours." Hverv body's Magazine. A colored parson, calling ii.kiii one of his Mock found the object of bli visit out In the back yard working among his hen coops. He notice I with surprise that there were no chickens. "Why Ilriidder llrown," ho asked, "whar'r all yo' chickens?" "Huh," grunted 1 trot her llrown with out looking up, "some fool ulggah lrf do do' open an' dey all went home. ' KvorylKidy's .Magazine. Kodol wll wl.nuut doubt help any ono who has stomach disorders or stomach trouble. Take Kodol today and continue It for tho short time that it la necessary to glvo you com pleto relief. Kodol Is sold by W. 11 Frame. PICK UPS HERE Who Carries the Hod Why not cook with Gas during the summer months? Our Jewel Ranges solve that problem. We arc the best Gas Fitters in the city. . Phone us for estimates. Ardmore Supply Company s The Ardmore Sanitarium KS S3 m Miss Hinds has charge of training school for nurses. Receives both medical and surgical pa tients. Thoroughly modern in every particular. Special operating room. Good service, terms reasonable. Tho medical profession solicited. DUS. IIAUDY, VON K ELL Ell & HENRY. Ardmore, Okla. J ALBATROSS FLOUR Quality Guaranteed Pennington Grocery Company Wholesale Distributors New York Boston and Return Every Thursday Until Sept. 24th inclusive From St. Louis $33.10 VIA "BIG FOUR ROUTE" From Chicago $29.35 VIA "LAKE SHORE" OH "MICHIGAN CENTRAL" Good for return 30 days Correspondingly low rates to Canada, Adirondack Mountains and St. Lawrence River II. C. CAKSON, O. A P. D L57 Main Street, Dallas, Toxas WARREN J. LYNCH, Passenger Traftic Mgr., CHICAGO W. P. Poland Poland & Foster Successors to Roberts it Poland Loans and Abstracts, Fire and Tornado Insurance. Prompt Service. Reliable Companies. Summer Session Selvidge Business College, $25.00 Jncl toAuiiust28 $25.00 Any or nil studies In either or both courses. Cut out this ad nnd brlnK It with you to tho CoIIi-ro olllco Monday morning, Juno 1, nnd it will save you sonmthlnK ou your scholnrshlp. (let n eutnloR. (3. P. SKLVIDOK. Pre... S. Ii. C, Ardmore. Okla. in Your Family ? S Erf Central Lines TO W. II. Foster