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Ardmore, Tuesday, Jjrn. 18, 1910
PAQC TWO
THE DAILY AHDMOREITB
Our Formula MAY YET RECEIVE
TRIBAL RIGHTS
lAn ..million In Hnnri'n Snrsnnarllln
a modlclno that has an unap
pronchod rocord of cures of
N r fula, eczema, eruptions, catarrh,
ihcumatiHin, nticmin, ncrvoiifiic.-, that
ttr il feeling, !' of npnctitr, etc.
Tin' ccinhiiialioii and proportion of
the norc than t cut v different remedial
agents contained In Hood's Hnrpnpnriltii
are known only to onrjelvce, ho them
can lie no i!il"titute.
This mcdii-ino makes healthy and
Unmi; the "Kittle Soldiers" in your
blood, Ihoce enrpilHcles that lipid thu
di-can' germs cnnntantly ulliukiiig oii.
PICK YOUR SEED
CORN RIGHT NOW
MUCH GKAIN GROWN LAST SUM
MER IS UNPIT FOR REPRODUC
TION PURPOSES.
rULL'SLOOD COMANCHE WOMAN
AFTER MUCH WANDERING MAY
GET TRIBAL RIGHTS
ter of Sun-a-wns who had died In that Sun-a-was In a full-blood Co-
Mexico and that the thirteen chll-1 mnneho Indian woman and all the
dren were the Kratidehlldren of tho
Comanches nro anxious and willing
YQUNG HEIRESS IS !
LOSING HER MIND
it .1 futiifitiflut l ittn n (t
for Sun-a-was to set allotment be
The go eminent helleved the wo- ....
. . , ... ... ... .... cause ho Im one of our race and
mini n mi" .urn. mi ui-vui uiiik'j , uiu 1
woman and tho " thirteen ehlldren , lr" 1 helongs to this country. ,
were aeh granted nllotnientu of Our Comanche chiefs, (Juanah Par-1 ALIENISTS ARE CARING FOR MISS
1 RODERTA DE JANON GIRL WHO
Pf f It Is impossible to be well, sfmpl)( ,m
ill Psslb,e " '"e b'cls re constlp,ed'
III Waste products, poisonous substailces
must be removed from the hodv at IVst
. i. . a : n.ir. i.. nnri p.-ipIi d.tv. or there will hp troulV'
lK voiir UOCIor aooul fiver I m, . '.' i .. .I..
tataitve, alt vegetable. He knnu'i tchu they The dose of Ayer's Pills is small, OtJ'y
act directly on the lit er. t.'o-.if. mI.;! one pill at bedtime. Aiivcgeuoic.
o
ICO a'T-s of land, or I'.UIO acres In i ker and White Eaglo, Knows she
i l a full-blood Comaneho woman.
Tho Comanche commenced to Sun-a-was caino here form Mexico
ELOPED WITH WAITER.
Titek.i, Kan.. Ian. IT. - I'. I). Co
hum, secretary of the Khima -Hoard
n' AKrteiilUire, has een some of
tif n-l!nii bclnn nent wit over the
ftt.r . that farmers abould he e re
fill in selecting corn thi
-i i ii k It is ieportd that much of
j . ira of lant year In not auit-
l for neod thin year. .Mr. Coburn
iK ' that the farmer be exceed
ii . art ful In pleklnR need corn.
Tin- warning started out from
.i ..us sources to the effect that
i . i i t of last year n nrn is from
i.irniiis causes unfit for need Is
my timely and Important,'' he anld
i.mIiv "N'o matter how miii'h pains
taken in other rmpeeU ft Rood
; cannot be ruined from poor
Tin is the time of er to lie
i it .-fully arranging for the aeed
:inm which the coming crop la to
'e grown. The jirower ahould as-
- nr.- hiairnfll that his seed In of a
bred, productive variety, ac-
liawtwl ami of strong gennlnabllity.
However attractive Its appearand) or
- ., ur ita atraln, if the m-ed will
t..t g.-rminate. sending downward a
-iiiiK ro.'. and upward .i vigorous
s- vit, it is .i 1 i-i'u and co-.'ly prop
i I'.on s- mil' :i -o 1 1.t thi-re an
w who i..iti ,i" d f,u luxury'
SMOKE DEWITT'S EXPERIENCE.
'ahlngtou. I). C .Ian. 17 - This
' i, the story of Run-a-wan, a full
Hoed Comaneho Hi.lluii woninn
hIhw.' memory runs beyond tho
thin' when the rod man left thu
hi n.I eaat of the "Ulreat Hither of
Watera" to take up Ills home o.t
tin' vaat prairie atreichea In what I
I, now the Mute of okmhoiiin. '
..ml whos" atory ao touched u con-Ki.-Mmin
that ho han taken the
! m,i tier up with the government wltn
the Pw that 8uni-wa may imaln
come Into the birthright of which
( hi. waa roldied.
j Yeara ago. Sun a-wa. aa he
; watched the big nil miiii sink Into
I tho vi eat and aa ahe crooned to her
NiiooMe In the purple nhadowa or
her tepee, was called by the spirit
of wanderlust, and ao It waa that
I ahe rouined to far off Mexico, tak
ing her children 'with her and where
nhe waa awallnwed up in tbe wll
' derneita, little knowing that the
meat united 8tate governiueiit wait
I going to dhidf up the lauds of her
tribesmen and give to each man, w-
man and child a farm of H'.o aerea
In the fertile valleys of the Kiowa- j
Comanche country, where In years '
ngone the buffalo had roamed at
large until laid low by the arrow j
of the Indian huntsman.
Sun-avas 'tin none, but her
t Tibet-people had not forgotten her
and whenever they gathered, they
acked, "Where la our Suna-was.'
Then some old bravo would point
tc the southern horizon and the old
Indian woman would again become,
but a memory.
Yeara went by until one day thoro
clime to the Kiowa agency at Ana
dm ho a younger woman, whose dark
cjii and da-kcr tresses proclaimed
hit' a woman with the blood of the
itc-, flowing In her veins. With
thi- youngi Mexican -woman came
I i t n i "ii dren and tin u the story
v ,i ui 1 that sin was the daiigh-
and they discovered that,, U(,r Uv) ycnrs BKO nml ,, tlLII , 1ha(k,ll(l,,( J; JtfIllo,ntcl ln
e woman, lepre.entlng herself as, Hlll! koL lW(, JiayM1,.Iltft ,ttlth thu 8t. Aw.H. ,,;,,,,,; Kllbl.rla ,KOnMO
le daughter of .Sun-a-waa, .was In Comanche nd the first th.eo pay tll). j ,.cnwll, i.dress U the ltulst mil
suspect
the
the
.....II... l..bl n. It..... . . .....
..I.-.M...II w...... IllomH n,,v,,r K()l ,ml(. HuiKT i )I1Hi 10 wus ,irrested In Oulcago
mouse an Indian's suspicion and he wnH ,H ontltlwl to our annuity pay M,.r aovlng from the Uellevue-Htrat-must
kmA the truth and so en- ,, an,i wnilts . f.ol )ami Just for, Hotel In I'hllailtdphlu with Kerdln
voya from the Comaiicho tribe were j t. ),r p,.,,,,,., tbe Coinanclies, and ! :mx Cohen, a waiter, Is losing her
diipatehed to Mexico to learn the j ,aV(, a j,,,,,,,. , Htny ,, nI1(l HCtt0 j rt.aB0M( ci-oh1Iiib to Infoiiiiiitlon to
truth concerning Suii-a-wiis. The j down llko us. Kun a-wiiH Is tired of ,;,y from doctors in attendance at .he
search took them over the greater i K,,lng from one place to another ' bospltal.
IH.rt of the republic of Mexico, hut j llt H.e wants a home of her owl. I ,.:vt1. H,lt.(. tl. lllCBMldl. lh:vt vrval.
they were finally rowarde.l by J and be done with going around - U(, n.ai,)Mm.(U. Interest. -Miss DeJanon
finding SuiHi-was, not dead and like a wandering dog. got no l.wJ l hw almwcl no alRiia of sorrow i.nt'l
not only willing hut eager to return , ,m,. , Htay , ,)Ut when Rlv.t0I,ny WUell H,lt. ,bl,,Uo dowll (.r
to her own pcoi.le. where her H' a a,i ukc .i.r people, she ..miitlon Is now ncl. thnt ..lnnl..:.n..
remaining yearn plight bo Msed
In peace. That was two years ago,
and for two years Siiu-a-wiiH, liotr.i
leas, has iwauduriMl hither m.d
thither like a lost soul.
will be
happy."
made
! uti ti w t lilji nml i i. i i . .
- uceiare sue must, spvnu at least s'x i
i month In a sanitarium or lose hei
! mind. Mr. Hulst declares he will em
ploy two famous alienists to examine
The difference to a woman be-
to Ithe mfflce of Iltcre4'jiit.'itlve
Scott I'errls at Lawton a party of
fiilMilood Comanches and with them
tbi.v liriiiiiftit Knn.ii.w.'m. u-ho totil
her story to the congressman and ! Uvi":" '"vo-maklng and loving Is how ;
iMexIcan woman was not her Ut.wh- to ..ndttro the Itching, nainfiil distress Wi o.n. ,.u...i...i ....1....1..
.... ,. . . : . . ouii timiiin bllllini.iu illbllliuu
i vai f Piles. There's no need to. Mstcn: , .,,,,, ,. ,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAV
I Till;.. I.A YA1MVI.' Ilrklr nl..l.. . .
Iist November there st.MlIed In-1 TnWcta. Druggists refund money if Mrnrl,. .
It falls to cure. K. W. OHOVH'S slg-i , ' r
nature Is on each box. 2Gc. ,,BrfV0,,M AKwMV lH.,n. co"st!,,,
viiiuuii;!- ujkiii .Miss 1'ojauou .ma uc-
clares that the excitement of the last i
two weeks lias 1ml a harmful effect
........ I V-. ,.. ..II 1 ..I.. I.
iniii.li ,,...1.1,,.. ,i,.. n..... 1.. iijnin in-i. .uiuuy in .iiiunim 10 visii
she made affidavit that all her; h "'nt '" ' her except her relatUcs.
chlldien were dead and that the' . i...i.. I ,
r v..,w,i(.u i,uskurc -jiivh, iivm un i uil.llKi; ill ituillli;
ter and that she had nw
seen her. The truth of lh w(;:i
an's story appealed to Kor-i
ho has Just taken up the mat:
with Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs Valentine, who has ordered
that tbe matter be thoroughly In
vestigated In order that tho alleged
f rami may bo uncovered and Suna-was
be given the laud which Is
her ilue.
Mr. I'errls has received a letter
from a full-blood Comaneho Indian
constituent of his at Walter, Okla.,
In which he
things:
I suffered much from Piles." writes ' wh,ch " ,hcteri2ed Him from the
"'Will A. Marsh, of Slier City, N. "a, j start. He says that he has nothing
'i I "till I got a box of Ihicklen'H Arnica fear, as he has committed no crime.
Halve, mm was soon cured. Hums
Ilolls, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Kczoma,
Cuts, Chapped Hands. Chilblains, vnn
Ish before it. 25c at Ardmore Pharmacy.
A man who tiles to bribe his wife
with an automobile could do It
much better with a love letter.
How'a This?
' We offer One Hundreil Dollars Re
I ward for any case of Catarrh thi:
j can not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
: Cure.
I P. J. CHENKY & CO., Toledo, 0.
I We, tho undersigned, have known
j P. J. Cheney for the last 15 yeara
and hellcvo him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and fl
Mr. W. D. Frame is Pleased to an-1 Ilanc,alIy abI,rt0 carry out any ob.
nunnn r lila niiornniflra flint V r lino "
iiouncc to his customers that ho has
secured tho agency for Zemo, tho
says among Other , uesi Known ruiuuuy ior 1110 positive
and permanent euro of Ec7.ema, Plm-
'..I.... T !... TII..1.1 I ..v-.... v... .n innv.l ...iv..-
I lllL-M, IJ.llllll.lll, nutRllUilUO aim uvuijr .l .. nnHnt i roxt v nnr, Iho Mnnn
"When you get this letter you form of Skin or Scalp disease. ZBMO anlj !nuc0uS surfaces of tho syjtom
must alio this letter to your friend. ' a clean llnuld for oxtornal use. 1 Testimonial's sent free. Price 75 cents
our Indian Commissioner Valentine, 5lvp" 1'JRta,n,t rolict n,nd ,7rcS a?y Per bottle. Sold by all druggists,
our 111111.111 iiiiiiiuis.niiiin Liiinuni, form of sMn or sca)p ,iaenso i,y HMl'i F-imllv Plll for rnn.
and tell him to do Just what Is destroying tho germ that causes tho BtJStlon d&w
right for us and help this Indian , disease, leaving a cloan, healthy ' '
woman, Suu-a was. "k'n i1"1" 'L'JS! . After burying the hatchet Mime
' . ... . you proof of many remarkable .
' 11 the Coinanclie Indians know ( cures mado by ZEMO. ' People borrow an nxe.
gatlon made by his firm
Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin,
Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken Inter-
Fifth Sunday Meeting.
The fifth Sunday meeting of Salem
Association will moot with tho East j
Ardmore Baptist Church, Thursday
before the fifth Sunday In January,
1010.
Thursday.
7:30 p. ni sermon by Isaac Lit
tle. Friday.
! a. m., organization.
9:30 . in., Sunday school, a
church work, J, T. Arrlngton, L. J.
Halley, U. C. .Mayo, J. Halncy and
II. It. Lung.
11 a. 111., sermon by A. C. Pen
nington. 2 p. m, Duty of Deacons, J. It.
Hall.
3 p. 111., Origin and History of tho
United Daptlst, I.. W. Wright.
7:30 p. 111., sermon by J. It. Hall.
Saturday.
9 a. m., Duty of Church to Pastor,
O. W. Crawford.
10 a. 111., Duty of Pastor to Church,
L. W. Wright.
11 n. 111., sermon by our missionary
L. II. Nichols.
2 p. 111. Duty and lloneflts of All
Our Churches Working with the Bap
tist State Convention, L. W. Wright.
3 p. 111., lioard meeting.
7:30 p. in.., sermon by 0. V. Craw
ford. Sunday.
10 a. 111., Sunday school mass meet
ing. 11 a. 111., missionary sermon by h.
W. Wright.
7:30 p. m sermon by H. It. Long.
J. It. MASTEltS, Pastor.
T, T. Flnly, Church Clerk.
Railroad Time Tattle
No. 18 ...
No. C ...
No. 12 ..
No. 17
No. 5
No. 11
SANTA FE.
Northbound.
11 a a.jm.
12 ii nr.m.
Southbound.
fn. m
4 Xi P. in.
r.:fl a. in.
UlWp. ni.
No.
No.
No.
No.
525
503
527
50r
FRISCO SYSTEM.
Westbound.
No. 515
Local Freight.
9:3V a. in.
12:3a p.m.
1:2 ii p.m.
S:55 ji. in.
(Dally
No.
No.
No.
No.
r.oc
524
526
504
No. 5 1C
3k30 n.
except Sunday j1
Eastbound. !.
i
Local Freight
p. m.
(Dally
except Sunday.)
ROCK ISLAND f.YSTEM
Westbound.
1 No. C51
. No. C73 (dally except
I Sunday)
Eastboun'J.
No. C52
1 No. C74 (dally esce.it
Sunday
' (Nos. 67.1 and C74-aro mlxeH trains
and run only between Ardmore and
Lehigh.
I "This is tho best thing out," ro
j marked the dentist as he extracted
1 an aching tooth.
1 : 15 p. 111.
7:00 p. m.
.. 3:10 p. m.
G:15 a. 111.
Have you a weak throat? If so, you
cannot be too careful. You cannot
begin treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and
tho last is always the harder to cure.
If you will take Chamberlaln'8 Cough
Hemedy at tho outset you will be sav
ed much trouble. Sold by all dealers.
1 For indigestion and all stomach
' 'roubles tnke Foley'.s Orlno Laxa'Ive.
I It is tho natural remedy for indiges
tion, dyspepsia, heartburn, bad breath,
, sick headache, torpid liver, blliojs
1 ncss and habitual constipation. Pol
1 ey'a Orlno Laxative sweetens the
I stomach and breath and tones up the
entire alimentary system. Soli by
I all ilrugglBts.
Camping nut Is one way to learn
to get used to the discomforts of
home.
1 Go Auto Driving.
I will drivo auto for city drives
l any evening after 7 and any hour
on Sundays. EiiKacmeiith must
lie madu by C p. 111. Phone S9,
9-1 m W. S. PUALMY.
, SMOKE DEWITT'S EXPERIENCE.
C,
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