The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 109, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 6, 1901 Page: 2 of 8
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vhcn Indian People Will Hc.n?c Clt
V zona of the United Stntsy
Speclnl to tho Attlmorolto.
WflBhhiRtoii 1). (V Mar4x.-
Ar rojou im the neoplo tf'nilini;
J. urinary t.u-o tlieir nllitnentg
they will become citizens the
United J$tnle. Such is tb pro-
vision of in apparently liar-Jess
niensuro which 1ms received ojiju-
tivo npproynl nnd which pnsseche
house mid fse'imto immediately o-
l'ore fonnresR adjourned. The Rj
provides ns follows:
That section fi of chapter 11
of the United States statutes aiB("irco ftml 11 lt d00" ' 8001
larKH numbered 21 jimro 390. are'took wl" "ul8r . .
.. . ...i.i .... . ' . . Ou' school lu finlldinfl up aj-aln
uuii-iij iiiiimiurii us luilliwa: .Alter
tho words civilized life' in line
thirteen of said section (i insert
tho words 'and evory Indinn in
Indian Territory.' "
In explanation of the I)1 II Sona
1n Rep or Thurston ?aid in his report on
Qp-jg u m mo rudiuo:
"Tho statute proposed
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(1!1K...1.I .... :.i.l f.... il... ..
'11111711 III 1.VI1IIII1 nil .ill: i I II I .1 II IF
Jtn ui lute 01 ""'tenship to all Indians iiiwn
ft . aiuj n;cipt by them of their allot-
iluiidajicntg hut jt made an exc'ion of
pmtie dyo civilized tribes who at the
.rr V tmP( r0e8l(1(1 0 ( Bronml llmt
PllteS 1 ll0' wiro coiidt!"!jp; Kovernments
c r-of "'tii" own whloh would be
weakened by anoh it step. These
KovcrumcutH aro now completely
'hnnued and this iison has dig-
ippeated. "Under tho operation of the
tatuto roferred to tho Indians in
Oklahoma such as the Pawnees i
bo Sacs and Foxes Pottawtitn '
nies Kiekapoo8 the Cheyenues
nd Arapahoos and in Indian Tor-
"ry tho (? apawj.v tho Senecns
vy.indottt's the Ottawns tho
Onmoarooa .i ..--.
r.-""-- tveu Modocs
Piano vaiwccui utC(1 Ul6 Vftiubio
Youu.id airid States citizenship
shown l-4Wo Indians aro bo liiRh-
altnost any iiV.im . . tho rjri ViviHzed
iU none no well pro-piueiUu
For less United States citizenship.
Tho independent self-uovcru
Dent of tho Fivo Tribes has prae
ically ceased. The policy of tho
Thl CS a'ovcrnmcnt to abolish classes iu
he piendmn Territory and make a hom-
Konous population is beinc car
ied out. To enable Indians cf
udian Territory to properly pro-
eat their richts they should 1 e
;iven the richts of United States
iitizenship immediately. They
Ar.Wtihould at ouco be put upon a level
giml equal footini: with tho Rroat
)Oi)iilation with whom they are
"There nro about 70000 In
diansiin Indian Territory many of
whom aro already United States
aitizons It is doubtful whether
under tho statutes these Indians
3iiii perforin nny of the personal
business eucaRomouts which are
v 1 takiup; place daily on a larue scale
II I In Indian Territory without
" :cchuical violation of tho laws ro-
luirinp; supervision of Indinn peo
filo. It is trim that these laws are
eRardcd by tho people of Indian
"ferritory as applicable to them.
ttJut all questions with rep;nrd to
v D.his matter should bo eliminated
ay Rivinc them lural rights equal
.vitli other men.
"Y By tho terms of tho act 'For
DrrUho protection of the people of the
frwfndiau Territory and forotber pur-
l!lli)08e8 tho members of tho Five
at Civilized Tribes are authorized to
riuir suits in tho United States
tourts to recover possossion of prop
1)iprty they aro permitted to vote
tfieJiuu under existitiK laws they act
"This bill simply exteiids to tho
embers of the Fivo Civilized
Tribes the same privilcRes that nro
5i pjoyed by other Indiaus to whom
"xllotment8 have been made."
Jj llootl Couth Medicine for Children.
K "'I hnvo no hoaltnncy In rocom-
"i5UfilnR Chnmborlaln'a CouRh Hem
WJy" aaya F. V. Jlornn n well known
$hd popular haUor of I'otorsburR
ia. "Wo hnvo Rlvon It to our chll
ite-on whon troublod with had couRha
Xso whoopIUR courIi nnd It has al
f iys Rlvon porfoct satisfaction. It
tViB rocommondod to mo by n druR
ns tho bcBt cotiRh modlcluo for
ildron na it contnins no opium or
s other harmful drugs. Hold by
y UruR Btoro nnd F. J. Itameoy
'mi'resh fruits nud candies nt
pworth & Cullum's 0 2t
Leon I. T. Mnroli G Ground Id In
fltio flx (or plowing nnd farmorri.aro
maklnc Rood uao of tlio time.
We aro having roal spring wcnCber
now. Homo hayo planted corn nnd
nonrly nil nro roady to plant.
Air Koltnor who had smallpox la
up. u is roporiou mat inn nitm
dnOKhtor now tins tho dlnoneo.
Sirs. J. I). Oarrott was qultu alok
last wooV but Is up arjaln.
Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. 8YW. Whit-
tlnRton n few days ago rt flirt.
Motlior nnd child doing wolli
JofT f Johnson nnd W. 0. HndRoa
wont to Ualnrivlllo this we.
Mock wator Is Rotting . io qulto
ftor the nmnllpox s '.
Sovornl of tbe Leonl'.oa aro movluR
Jdny-Blmpiy oh. ..RlnR plnooa.
'7ho enrponter' inw nnd hnmmor
Iflionrd ovory day In Leon
lev. J. It. Hollnnd and Mr. Wlao-
miu of SlaHelta wore in looii
on day Inst weok. Mr. wlBomnn
wajsnldtobo lookbiR nt our town
with a vlow of going Into tho Ronornl
morclinndlso bualnoBS. Wo hnvo four
Ronoril morohnndlBO storoB now but
thoro la nlwnyHrnom for ono more."
Prof. Ivlsou of LonnconltiR Md.
BUffiirod terribly from nouralRln of
hA Btoinach nnd Indigestion for
tairteon yonra nnd nftor tho doctors
fnilod to euro him thoy fud him on
morphino. A friend ndvlscd tho uao
of Kodol DyBpopeln Curo nud nftor
tnkln( n fow bottloa of It hn says
"It has curod mo ontlroly. I enn't
any too1 mush for Kodol Uvapopala
Ouro." Vt dlROBts whnt you ont. Olty
DruR Htofto W. II. Frnmo Prop.
h'ov. J. II. Miller of St. Louis
nnd U. IlAI'helps of Oklahomn
City. Will behere on tho 20th in-
stant nnd (jVlivcr lecturec iu tho
afternoon aiuk niKht at the Cum-
berland rmsbJjWiim church.
ftittii'tHl -ure for Jlicumntlm.
From nolenttr Itutherford-
ton N.'1 ' rine editor of tho Vin
dicator has 2iar occuBlon to teat tho
otUcocy of Chamberlain's Pain llalm
twice with 'cho most romarknblo ro-
gults In uyrch enso. First with rheu-
mntlam Jtn tho shouldor from which
ho suljered oxcruIntiiiR pain for ten
days which was relieved with two
apvulcatlonn of i'niii Ur.lni rubhlnR
tlfn unrtfl ntTocted nnd ronllzlntr In-
riant bonollt nnd ontlro rollof In n
abort tlnio. Socond tho rhoumntlem
lu thlRh Joint almost proBtrntlnR
htm with sovoro pnlu which was ro
llevod by two uppliqntlona. rubbltiR
with tho liniment on retirniR nt
nt ulcht. nud cettlnc up free from
pnln. For aalo by (Jity DruR Storo
nnd l J. Iinmany.
Tho next meeting of tlio lenRiio
will bo hold Jmrcli 11. The follow
Iiir proRrnm wld bu rondered:
XIX ll'salm. rend by Mr. Stone
I'rnyur Miss Luln Julian.
Hong from Hymnal.
Ohnptor III In "Tho CloslnRlCon-
tury." llorltago MIbb Fitnnlo Wnlkor
Duott MIbbob Stlllwell nnd Hutch-
or. Ohnpter IV diacuBsed by N. It. TI
Music mandolin club.
Chapter V Miss Nettle Norrin
Kocltatlon Miss Mnrgarctt Cum-
Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood
roisoil and Consuimitlmi Tin- rinrvnt
who is tainted by cither mil sec m the
ciiiiu tnc tame disease
nmnifcstinj; itsalf iu
the forni of Knolleu
clamlsot the neck and
throat catarrh weut
eyes olTeniivc ho res
and abscesses and of.
tentiuics while uell-inR-
sure signs of
Scrofula. There may
be no external Mens for
loug time for the dUeuw: develops slowly
in some CBSes hut thr nnltnn la in Ilia
blood aud mil tiresk out at the first f avor-
able opportunity S. S. S. cures this wast-
iug. destructive dLsce bv first piirifyiig
and building up the blood und stuuuIatiuR
and inriRoratiiiM; the whole ystem.
j M ISllM'ulilkSqu.rr. S4.hvtllc.Tf nn.
m : Ten ) rata ago my ilaugklcr fell aud nt
htr forthjid. from I III. wound the filaudi on
Ihe tde of hr fce Iwimt awollen nnd bunted.
Some of the bt doctort hue and aluwhere
atlcndcd htr without any benefit. We devidtd
tlrely" Dl1 cw XMMtt h" '
makes new and pure
Mood to nourish and
strengthen the body
and is u jxjsitive and
safe cure for Scrofula.
It overcomes oil forms of blood poison
whether Inherited or acquired and no
remedy o thoroughly und effectively
cleanses the blood. If you have any
blood trouble or your child has inherited
some blood taint take S. S. S. and get
the blood in good condition and prevent
the disease doing further damage.
Send for our free IxjoU arid write our
physicians about your case. We make no
charge whatever for medical advice.
THE twin SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA. 0JL
you want the host
That's the wiiRoti we
handle. There Is
im bftter ninde. Tho
jolcbrntcd UAIN nnd
the film us bl'UlNU-
HHI.IJ WiiK'int for
farmer. Wo Rive our
pe r'tiiiiiil Runraiitcc on
LEADER COOK STOVES.
favorite the best on
earth no superior and
few equals It 1.ih
never fulled to plouso
und wo therefore are
glad to ndd our per-
Nowhere will you
Hud as great a line nf
these guods as here.
All the latest styles
if high grade goods
strictly up-to dnto at
20th century prlcex
Uur personal guaran-
tee goes with every
The plow that is a
friend to the larmer
a fiod-.send. It never
falls to Rive complete
satisfaction and cause
other plows to be laid
aside. Wo give out
with every plow going
from our bouse.
We have made arrangements by which wc oiler
for sulo 0000 acres of richest Toxas lands at a
very low price and on reasonable terms. Write
or see us at once. It costs you noth.ng to Investigate
THE BEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
If you have property to sell
want to buy real estate call
1ST. IF?- T1SDAL
Real Estate. Rental and Abstract Agency.
jm PURCELL I.T. Hi
This machine with few equals
and no superiors we sell for. .
We have other Machines from $20 up.
The time of paying long prices for Sewing
Machines has passed. See us for the RIGHT
PRICES and LIBERAL TERMS.
WEEKS BROS UThNNERS & PLUMBERS
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Marietta I. T.
Firm in the
Hit It with us. If you
und look over our lists.
Of Klne Flnur has been
n ached In the
25 CARS 25
were sold In Ardmoro
iu thirty days. Thcjo
eniiimous sales are an
evidence of how the
people apprci-lato It
For sain by all'srocers.
Purcell Mill & Elevator Co
Tho'Ilcst All Round
Family Sewing Machine
Simple and Silent.
Program far Preacher's fleeting.
Tho followInR Is tho program for
Preachers' Meotlng nnd Institute
Ardmoro district Indinn Mission
Conference to bo held nt Marlettn
March 1.1 nud 1 1.
Tuesday Mnrch 127:30 p. m.
sermon by J. L. Botlthwnrd.
Wednesday Msrch 13 8:no n. m.
dovottonal cxorclson. I) "Ucrlptural
Grounds for a Dlvlnely-Cnllod Minis-
try" J. M. Uross. 0:15 "Tho Min-
ister: His Personal Obaractor" J
1). Rodgors. 10:16 "Tho Pnstor nnd
Pastoral Work" J. W. Morris fol-
lowed by opon discussion. 11 sor.
mon by E. M. Garret. 2:30 p. m.
dovotlonnl oxerclses L. V. Colbort.
3. "Tho Pnstor and Revivals" W.
P. Moon. :30. "The Pastor a fno-
tor In Church nnd Pnrsonngo liulld-
Ing" W. U. Sauls. 1 "Tho Minis-
ter nnd tho Twentieth Century"
Jno. I.. Williams. 1:30 "Our Duty
ns Ministers In Olroulnting RoIIrIoub
Literature" A. O. Plckons. 7:30
sonnon T. (J. Whltton.
Thursday Mnrch U 8:30 n. m.
dovotlonnl oxorclsos. J. P. Walker
9 "How to Uronlo n .Missionary
Conference" J. I.. Ungo: opon Uls
cusslon. 10 "liest Method of Dis
seminating Missionary Informntlon" I
J u. Sullivnn 11:30 Tho Pastor I
nnd (Collections tho Church nnd
Contributions" W. S. Derrick 11
sermon Jno. I.. Williams. 2:30 p
m. devotional exeroiBos. a - ny
Should our Sundny Schools be Or-
gnnlzod into Missionary Sooiotles?"
T. II. Klnsor. 3:30 "Our Duty ns
Pastors to tbo Homo Mission So-
oloty" A. O. llrlggs. I "Tho Homo
MIbbIoii Society as n I'nctor In tlio
Indian Mission Conforcnco" Mrs.
J. M. Uross. 7:30 'sermon on Mis
sions by J. M. Uross
W. J. Sims.
Hat a Whole Cabbage
if you wnnt to. It won't hurt you.
Peoplo used to think cabbngo hung
heavy in thelrstomachs. Aftor ench
mon! no mutter what you oat tnko
a dose of Dr. Cnldwell's Syrup Pep
sin. You win never sun or from con-
tention indigestion sick hendnohe
or stomnch troubles. City Drug
Store W. . Frame.
Durwood I. T. March G.-Dr. W.
L. Thurmau has roturned from Okla-
homn. Mrs. II. D Argo Is visiting rela
tives In Oklahoma.
Prof. Uushon Is In town.
Jim Scott of Ravin was hero Sun
Thero wns n Blnging Sunday at
F. K. West and W. R. Hleer wont
T. W. Scott and wifowontto Ravin
l:ree of Charite.
Any adult suffering from a cold
sottlod on tho breast bronchitis
throat or lung troublosof nnynnturc
who will cnll at tho City Drug Storo
Ardmoro and Madill will bo prosont
od with a samplo bottlo of Hoschoo'a
Uerninn Syrup lreo of chnrgo. Only
ono bottle given to ono porson nnd
nono to chlldron without order from
No throat or lung romody ovor hnd
such a snle ns Roscheo's Oorman
Byrtip in nil pnrts of tho civilized
world. Twonty yoars ago millions
of bottles woro given away and your
druggists will toll you its success was
ninrvelous. It Is ronlly tho only
Throat nnd Lung Remedy gonorally
endorsed by physicians. Ono75cont
bottlo will euro or provo Ita value.
Sold by dealers In all civilized
Uet Green's Prtzi Almanac.
2 A Lifetime
From all inain line
points every Tuesday
Is what it costs lor
double berth in a
Through T o u r i s t
A comfortable conven-
ient clean trip at a cost
Call on or address any
Santa Fe agent.
W. S. K EE NAN
G. P. A. Galvcton.
TllB l'1' UMNdTdN N MITIIKltN '&
iKifAKXl'l"."" Ka 111. is City ir K
vertdiPuP1'1 ttulli ''"rfland yi
.......A U'liBhliict'in and Mm ..2
nortkm-st. Dally tl.r.ugh trafnC
coachc. chair ears uiurit:indst
nnl Kii-nners and dining f-ar.
No. i'.-Mornlug train Kni.'Js
City to chrnsKll Denver and Pacit'
coast via scenic Colorado. We
California cxeurslons pero.inally u-
No. 21 Latest night train Kansas
City to Denver; night train fur Iv'e.
braska Omaha .St. Paul.
Mo. ji-Noon tialn Kansas c(y
to Omaha -St Paul through sicone rs.
No. W-Famous Chlcagn Kn; oilii-
Ing and bullet library cr chair ears
No. Hl-St. Louis Fast Night Ex-
press No- 42 fast morning train eusj..
Write for descriptive mutter ilites
and information. (
L.J. URIOKER T. P. A).
82.'! Main St. Kansas city W.
h. W. WAKELKY G. P. Aj .
Gem-ial Matiam r bt. J isi nh mI.i.
PRINCIPAL CITIES' OF
KATY CHAIR CARS
OPERATED BY THE COM PAN V.
Thcrc is Something to Sec
Tun Shout anii I
Only Scknic Hopte to '
A 1-IIlST CJ.ASS LINK T
Tcxas and Old MexftL
OAI'K CAR ANT 11 A II.KO.Vl.
IIKMTA1IHAMT H15II VIC'l
UNK.YCIII.I.KU IN AJIF.ltK
Tim most ronrenlent all year 'mottid
rwun lur poopjo iu hum soctluu I
The LINK to the I.andIoi'
LEAD AND ZINC
Send your friends In tlio Old Klati In ono
ui uur uiusiruiuu luoijinieis untiiieu
"The Top ol th Oiarki."
"Feithen and Flm on Ihe Frisco.
"Fruit Farming along the Frisco."
"Ihe Oiark Uililt .""
"There Is Something to See Alond the
ni.tu un a
Tlio most oomprcherwlTorallroaill litf r-
nture fur tlio tiomrncekor or Invw-t r ever
dlntribntod Kratultounly. I
Moud an aildrsM ta Ilnnm No. T?vi c.n.
tury Ilulldlut; Ht. Iula. and vltt will
Now owns the
..Sue Wing Restaurant
Meal tickets hero t'ood ln Oalnes-
vllle. Private dining rooms electric
fans licit Chinese cook Inl America'.
Tom's Barber Shq'p
Only llrst-cluKs workmen j.miiloyo j
HILI.Y MUR1M1Y. Ilio Hair Cutter IriVi..
blm.uml liuro In stay. IJCiHlnn21c 'u'.
Main at. Your iiatruiiaite solicited ;
K. T. WUITLky
A K. COLL1N&
Veterinary . Surfeon
(Forraorly of Oalneai'lllu Texas-)
Careful attention ylven to Aj Work
entrusted to mo. I am preiArctl tt
servo the public on all occasions
OlUce at Whlto & Smith' Liven
Stable opposite ArdniorelteoOJce.
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