The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 171, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 27, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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NEW CITIZENSHIP COURT.
(Concluded From Pago 1.)
court Blmll havo a chlof Judgo and
two agsoclato Judges a clerk a Bton-
ograplior (wlio shall bo a deputy
clorlO and a balllrt. The Judges shall
ho appointed by the president by
and with tho advlco and consent of
tho senate and shall each receive a
compensation of $5000 per annum
and necessary and actual traveling
expenses while- engaged In tho per-
formance of his duties. Tho clerk
stenographer and bailiff Bhall bo ap-
pointed by tho Judges or a majority
of them and shall receive tho fol-
lowing yearly compensation: Clerk
42400; stenographer J1.200; bailiff
$900. The compensation of all these
omcers shall bo paid by tho United
States In monthly Installments. Tho
moneys to pay said corapuimatlon aro
hereby appropriated; and there Is
also heroby appropriated tho sum of
5000 or so much thereof as may be
necessary to bo expended under tho
direction of tho sccrotnry of tho In-
terior to pay Biich contingent ex-
penses of satd court and Its ofTlccrs
as to such secretary may seem prop-
er. Bald court shall havo a seal
shall sit at such placo or places In
tho Choctaw and Chickasaw nations
as tho Judges may designate and
shall hold public sessions beginning
tho first Monday In each month so
far as may bo practicable or neces-
sary. Kncli Judgo and tho clerk and
deputy clerk shall 1ms authorized to
administer oaths. All writs and pro-
cesses Issued by said court shall bo
served by tho United States marshal
for tho district In which the service
Is to bo had. Tho feca for serving
process and fees of wltnossoB shall
bo paid by tho party at whoso In-
stnnco such process Ih Issued or such
wltncssoa subpoenaod and tho rate
or amount of such fees shall bo tho
natno as Is allowed In civil rnuios
in tho circuit courts of tho United
States for tho Wostorn district of Ar-
kansas. No fcos shall ho chargod by
tho clerk or other olllcorB of said
court. Tho clork of tho Unltod States
court In Indian Territory having cus-
tody nnd control of tho flies papors
nnd proceedings In tho original citi-
zenship cases shall recclvo a too of
?2.G0 for transferring and cortlfylng
to tho citizenship court tho Mob pa
pers and proceedings In each caso
without rogard to tho number of per-
Rons whoso citizenship Is Involved
therein and said fee shall bo paid
by tho porson applying for such
transfer nnd certification. The Judg-
ment of tho cltUcimhlp court In any
nnd ull of tho suits or proceedings
so commute! to Its Jurisdiction shall
pay out of the common funds of the
two nations In the treasury or the
Unltud States nil oxpensos reason-
ably or necessarily Incurred by such
nntlons In tho propor conduct on
tholr behalf of tho suits nnd procoed-
JngB provided for In this and tho two
Sec. 34. During tho ninety days
first following tho doto of tho final
ratification of this agreement tho
commission to tho flvo civilized tribes
may receive applications for enroll-
ment only of persons whoso names
nro on tho tribal rolls but who havo
not horotoforo been onrollod by said
commission commonly known ns "de-
linquents" and such Intermarried
white porsons as may havo niarrlod
recognized citizens of tho Choctaw
nnd Chickasaw nations In accord-
ance with tho tribal- laws customs
and usagos on or before the dato of
tho final ratification of this agreo-
mhjiiv unit Bucu imam cnuuren as
may have boon horn to recognised
nnd onrollod cltlzons on or before the
dato of tho final ratification of this
agreement; but the application of
no porson whomsoever for enrollment
shall bo rocolved after tho oxplratlon
oi mo said nlnoty days: Provided.
that nothing In this soctlon shall ap
ply to any porson or porsons making
application for enrollment as Missis
slppl Choctnws for whom provision
nas noroin othorwlso beon made.
iicibuu wnoso nnmn
docs not appear upon tho rolls pre-
pnrou us Herein provided shall bo en
nnuu io m any manner participate In
tno distribution of tho common nroD
erty of tho Choctaw and Chickasaw
tribes and thoso whoso names ap-
pear thoreon shnll participate In tho
manner set forth In this aKrcomont-
Provided. That no allotment of land
a. nil. 1 11
i uuiur inoai property shall bo
made to any person or to tho holrs of
nny porson whoso namo Is on tho sold
rollr and who died prior to tho dato
of tho final ratification of this agree
ment mo right of such person tn
nuy Interest In tho lands nnd othor
inum property shall bo doomed to
navo uccomo cxtlnculflliod
havo passed to tho trlbo in genoral
..... . uuuui oeroro tho dato of tho
una ratification of this ngreemont.
and nnv nnr.nn n
conu.nl tho death of anyono on said
rolls as aforesaid for tho purposo of
profiting by tho said couccalment
and who shall knowingly recclvo nny
portion of nny land or othor tribal
property or of the proceeds so arising
from nny nllotmont prohibited by this
section shnll he deemed guilty of n
folony nnd shall bo proceeded against
as may be provided In othor ensos of
folony nnd tho penalty for this of-
fonso shall bo confinement at hard
labor for a porlod of not less t:inn
one nor more than flvo years and. In
nddltlon thereto a forfeiture to tho
Choctaw and Chickasaw nations of
tho lands other tribal property and
proceeds so obtained.
Town Site Property.
Sec. 51. All town sites heretofore
sot aside by tho secretary of the In-
terior on tho recommendation of tho
commission to the five civilized tribes
undor tho provisions of tho act of con-
gress npproved May 31 1300 (31
Stats. 221) with the additional ncre-
ago added thorcto nnd alt town sites
set nsldo under tho provisions of this
agreement having a population of
loss than 200 shall be surveyed laid
out platted apprnlsed and disposed
of In a like manner nnd with llko
preference rights accorded to owners
of Improvements ns othor town sites
In tho Choctnw and Chickasaw na-
tions nro surveyed laid out platted
appraised and disposed of tmdor the
Atoka agreement as modified or sup-
plemented by tho said act of May 31
1900: Provided That as to tho town
sites set nsldo as aforesaid that the
owner of tho Improvements shall bo
required to pay tho full apprnlsed val-
ue of the lot. Instead of tho percent-
age named In tho Atokn agreement;
nnd where because of his failure to
purchaso within tho time limited In
the Atokn agreement the lot Is sold
at public auction the purchnser at
such salo shall pay to tho ownor of
tho Improvements tho price for
which the lot shall bo sold loss tho
full appraised vnlue Into tho United
Stntes troHsnry instead of tho per-
centage named In tho Atoka ngree-
mont. Tho governor of tho Chlckn-
saw trlbo and tho principal chief of
tho Choctaw trlbo noting togother
niny with tho approval of tho secre-
tary of tho tntorlor nnd upon such
terms and conditions as tho said sec-
retary may proscrlbo soli and convoy
In tracts of not oxcoedlng forty ncros
or a quarter of n quarter-section at
any ono plnco. such Innds ndjolnlng
or In tho vicinity of n town alto ns
may be doslrod for tho establishment
and operation of a manufacturing or
Industrial plant which will tend to
encournie tho cultivation of the land
held by either of said tribes or Its
members or which will promote the
general welfnre of the community.
The proceeds of nny such snln shall
be paid to the secretary of the In-
terior nnd he by him conveyed Into
tho treasury of tho United Stntes to
the credit of the two tribes accord-
Ing to their respective lnterosts
therein. Whore tho lands so sold nnd
conveyed nro occupied or Improved
by nny member of tho trlbo ho shall
bo compensated for his right of oc
cupancy or Improvement out of tho
proceeds of tho sale In such mannor
as tho secretary of tho Interior may
direct. Aftor allotment has beon
mado of any land dcBlrod for tho es
tablishment or operation of such plant
tho snlo and convoynnco thereof may
bo mado by tho nllotteo In tho man
nor and subject to tho restrictions
noroin proscribed Instead of bolng
made through tho chlof oxecutlvo of
ficers of tho two tribes.
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
by local applications as they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho ear.
Thoro Is only ono way to euro donf-
noes and that is by constitutional
luuii-uius. ueamosu is caused by an
Inflamed condition of tho mucous lin-
ing of tho Eustachian tubo. Whim this
tube Is Inflamed you havo a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing nnd when
It Is entlroly closed dcarncss Is tho
result and unless tho I
can bo takon out find this tubo re-
stored to Us normnl condition hearing
will bo destroyed forever; nine cases
OUt Of ton aro Caused hv onlnrrl
which Is nothing but an inflamed con-
union oi mo mucous surfaces.
Wo Will glvo Ono Hundrod nnllnra
for any caso of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
nans lattirrn Cure. Send for circu
J. F. Cheney & Co. Toledo O.
Sold by druggists 7Cc.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
Statesmen who declared oleomarga'
rlno n counterfeit nnd expressed tholr
contempt for anything loss than tho
gonulno nrtlcle aro now suspected of
giving Cubn a liberty with a string
to It which Is not tho real thing.
Notice of Sale.
Notlco Is hereby given that I will
sell to tho highest bidder for cash
nt public auction on tho 4th day of
June 1902 a. certain stock of general
merchandise Invoicing 13941.35; also
two store houses all located In tho
town of Hewitt I. T and known ns
tho Itussell Bros stock of goods and
storo houses. Also notes nnd nc
counts 12163. J. F. BLEDSOE
(First published May 10 1902.)
CUBA AND ITS FUTURE
Palma to Model His Country
on the United States.
SANITATION TO BE CONTINUED.
Keir I'renldrnt Knott American )!!-
lor j- nnd Ailmlrea Wnaliluirtou nhd
Lincoln Hn "I'lorliln Keys Uirnrrl
Door lo C'ultnn Llhrwtr" nnd Vnnt
Iclanilcra (o lie lntarttl In Spain.
"I shall endeavor to have Cuba fol-
low In the footsteps of the United
States" said President Touias Palma
the other day In a long conference
with Governor Jennings of Florida and
Colonel W. J. Bryan says the Havana
correspondent of the New York World.
"I am familiar with American his
tory and a great admirer of Washing-
ton and Uiicoln. One made the Union;
the other preserved It. Both dignified
it by gaining the respect of other na
'I feel grateful to the people of the
United States to whose sentiments re
garding Cuba the house nnd senate
promptly responded. President llcKln-
ley's delay nnd deliberation were due
to bis great Individual responsibility.
Congress bad a collective responsibil-
ity. "I have come to Cuba reluctantly
preferring my home at Central Val-
ley Jf. Y. nnd a quiet life with my
family rather than public life. But I
hare come because I felt It to be my
"I want Cubans and Spaniards to
turn tholr backs on the past and uult-
edly face the future Jointly combating
dllllcultles nnd problems.
"I want opposition for the betterment
of the government but not personal or
prejudicial opposition. I should be
ready and willing to heed criticism. I
think liberty of the press n-great na-
tional benefactor in pointing out tho
errors and improving the morals of tho
Prosldcnt Palmn spoke kindly of the
clemency of the United States courts
and Judges that tried the filibusters
nnd particularly thanked the common
wealth of Florida for great help say-
ing: "The history of Cuba's success was
written on the Florida sands nnd thn
Florida keys openod the door to Cuban
liberty. Key West Is a ward of Ha-
vana being nearer to Cubn in point of
time than it 1b to the mainland of Flor-
ida. "Sanitation nnd education will con
tinue ns they havo been improved by
the military government I-nst year ull
South America was exceptionally free
from yellow fever. There may bo an
Increase this year but the Cuban gov-
ernment will employ tho utmost vigi
lance to maintain health and uninter-
rupted commercial relations. I believe
In the theory of the transmission of the
fever by mosquitoes but I agree with
Governor Jennings In the necessity of
keeping this city clean."
Governor Jennings interrupted to say
that It would be Impossible to maintain
open commerce with Florida ports un
less the sanitation In Havana was
good. Prosldcnt Palma assured him
that there would bo no cause for fear
the Interests being mutual.
President Palmn Bays bo shall bo
glad to show his respect for tho govern
ment of Spain and thinks the Cubans
should take nn Interest lu the "mother
HOW TO EMPLOY INDIANS.
Novel Suviraatlou Slndo liy Ella II
The problem of finding occupations
for our American Indians that would
bo nt once congenial nnd lucrative has
nover been successfully solved says
Ella II. Cooper In "How to Educate the
Indians" in Gunton's Magazine for
May. They have been placed nt tasks
for which they have no natural apti
tude and forced into competition with
tho skilled labor of alien races while
the nrts in which they excelled were
neglected. In basketry the most an-
cient of nrts their work cannot be sur-
passed yet we nre told that It Is fast
taking Its plnco among the lost and for-
gotten handicrafts. Had this Industry
been favored by protective legislation
It would have furnished remunerative
employment for the Indian nien and
women when not otherwise occupied.
A tariff that would have checked the
Influx of Japanese work competing In
the same line would have reserved this
homo market for our own aborigines.
The sweet grasses tho quills and
feathers the birch bark nnd beads all
the materials which the Indian has ap-
propriated nnd used with peculiar nnd
fascinating effect should be left In bis
skilful hands nnd encouragement and
guidance In the marketing of his wares
should not be lacklug. The hands that
weave the baskets can braid hats as
well. The sweet grasses that blend In
tho dainty fan would be no less effec-
tive in rustic outiug hats. Head por
tleres could bo strung by Indians as
well as by Asiatics nnd our homes
could be beautified by the labors nnd
geulus of thoso we have supplanted in
Hardin UaTla' lllrnl.
David Graham Phillips author of
"Her Serene Highness" It the most
dangerous rival Richard Harding Da
vis has ever had In the chtecm of the
delightful kind of young girl known as
tho matinee type suys Hnrpcr's Lit
ernry Gossip. Mr. Phillips Is young
and good looking and his novels have
that combination of vim nnd romance
which promptly captures the fancy of
young women. Mr. Phillips friends
say that he looks like n college nthlete
but that really he preserves his perfect
health nnd his other perfections by
never taking nny exercise. He Is a
bachelor and lives lu New York.
Tho Wnshlngton Post predicts that
In the future ns In tho past every
time Mr. Tllman has a rush of words
to his mouth he will experience a
rush of colleagues to the cloak rooms.
What Is Foley's Kidney Cure.
Answor: It Is mado from a prescrip
tion of a leading Chicago physician
nnd one of tho most eminent in tho
country. Tho Ingredients aro tho pur-
csttthat money can buy and aro scien
tifically combined to get their utmost
value. Sold by Bonner & Bonner.
McCormlck mowers binders and
rakes nt Williams Corhn & Co.'s.
A Kansas City man drank with buI-
cldal Intent tho contents of a bottle
of laundry bluing and Is still alive.
Reports to the contrary started prob
ably from the fact that ho dyed.
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Herren rincb Ark. writes
'Folnv'n Honnv nml Tor la Ihn Imaf
preparation for coughs colds and lung
trouble. I know that It has cured con-
sumption in tho first stages." Sold by
Bonner & Bonner.
Senator Wellington ventured to
mako a speech yesterday. Ho de-
nounced the Philippine policy nnd
said Genoral Miles should have been
Bent ovor there. What did Miles ever
do to Wellington?
C. B. Ladd wishes to announce his
election bythe Retail Grocers' asso
ciation as collector; and further that
said association has placed In hlB
hands all old accounts for collection.
Thoso knowing themsolves Indebted
to tho grocers of Ardmoro will call
and settle enrao and avoid costs. Pay
your grocoryman or sco mo.
15-tf C. B. LADD.
I am thoroughly equipped for din
ging woIIb on short notlco; also havo
special machlnory for cleaning out
bored wells. Lenvo orders with J. B.
Mansflold or at my realdence on
West Main street.
!Mm J. A. BEARD.
When the unlucky man sots In to
cut his liny you mny prophesy rnln
with a reasonable dogreo of safety.
Knlghtsvlllo Ind. April 22. 1898.
Pepsin Syrup Co. Montlcollo 111.
Gentlomon: I havo beon soiling Dr.
Caldwoll's Svrun Pnnsln
It was first introduced to tho trade.
it is tno nest sollor I ovor hnd on my
sholves nnd gives the best satisfaction
to my customers nf nnvlhlni- t nvnr
offorod thorn. Where I sell It once
inoy invariably return for moro. As
n laxative or n physic It Is par ox-
collence the most plensnnt nnd satis-
factory preparation I havo ovor sold.
G. H. CAME.
Sold by W. B. Framn. Anlmnrn nn.l
Dr. Croker's long-dlstanco nttend-
nnco during Tammany's recent ail
ments is an "absont treatment" which
Is to ho continued.
Traveling Is Dangerous.
Constant motion Jars tho kldnoys
which nro kept In plnco In the body
by delicate attachments. This Is tho
renson that travelers trainmen street
car men teamsters and nil who drive
very much suffor from kidney disease
In somo form. Foley's KIdnoy Curo
strengthens tho kidneys nnd cures nil
forms of KIdnoy and bladder disease.
Geo. H. Hausan locomotive engineer
Lima O. writes: "Constant vibra-
tion of' tho englno caused mo a great
deal of troublo with my kidneys and
i soi no rener until i used Foley's
Kidney Cure." Sold by Bonnor & Bon
Self-conceit is not altogether had.
It somotimos produces delightful
drooms of victory nnd glory.
A tramp stolo a bottlo of Dr.Cnld-
well's Syrup Pepsin. When ho ap-
peared In court ho explained that ho
saw In tho advertisement that It was
"easy to tako" bo ho took it. "DIs
chargod" said tho Judgo. "I will go
and tnko somo myself." It Is eaBy
to tako and !b a perfect laxative. Sold
by w. B. Frame Ardmoro and Ma
men win carry tno world for a
friend; but n feather Is moro than a
burden when laid on by nn enemy
No Loss of Time.
"I havo 'sold Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
years and would rather bo out of cof-
foo and sugar than it. I sold five
bottles of It yesterday to threshers
that could go no furthor and they are
ai worK again una morning.
H. R. PHELPS
As will ho seon by tho nbovo tho
threshers wero ablo to koop on with
their work without loslnc n slnclo
day's tlmo. You should koop a bottlo
ot this romcdy In your home. For
soio by City Drug Storo and F. J
Persons who havo penetrated Into
St Plorro report that tho cathedral
clock stopped at 7:50 Just ns every
thing olso wis starting;
Safo Bwlft nnd auro is tho propor
description ot Cheatham's Laxativo
iiiuiuiu. vurcs coius in a uay. uan
bo carriod In vest pocket. Easy to
take. Guaranteed. Price 25 cents.
THE CONFEDERATE REUNION
To be Held in Ardmore
ON JULY 22 THE OLD CONFEDERATE VETERANS OF THE IN
DIAN TERRITORY ARE TO MEET
US FOR THREE DAYS.
THIS 18 AN HONOR PAID ARDMORE THAT EVERY ARDMORE-
ITE SHOULD FEEL PROUD OF. DO
MUCH DO YOU FEEL THAT WAY 7
WE OUGHT TO ENTERTAIN
ANS IN A MANNER BEFITTING THEM. THEN DON'T TURN THE
COMMITTEE AWAY WHEN THEY APPROACH YOU BUT HELP
THEM DONATE LIBERALLY. IT TAKES MONEY TO ENTERTAIN
THEM AND A LITTLE FROM EVERYBODY WILL BE ALL THAT IS
THE DALLAS REUNION IS NOW
WAS A BIG THING BECAUSE THE OLD 80LDIER8 CAME FROM
ALL OVER THE SOUTHERN STATES TO TAKE PART IN IT.
G. W. ANDERSON AN OLD
THAT THE DALLAS REUNION WAS
BE DIVIDED UP. LET MR. ANDERSON AND ALL HIS FRIENDS COME
TO ARDMORE; THE CROWD HERE
AT A MEETING HELD TUESDAY BY THE EXECUTIVE COMMIT-
TEE JOHN L. GALT PRESIDING AND SIG SIMON ACTINQ A8 SECRE-
TARY THE FOLLOWING SOLICITING COMMITTEE WAS APPOINTED
TO CANVASS THE PEOPLE AND RAISE THE MONEY FOR THE RE
J. A. MADDEN.
R. W. DICK.
IT WAS ALSO DEEMED WISE
FROM THE YOUNG MEN WHO COULD PERHAPS SECURE MONEY
FROM SOME PARTIES THAT THE OLDER ONES MIGHT FAIL ON.
THE CHAIR ACCORDINGLY APPOINTED THE FOLLOWING YOUNG
J. S. MULLEN CHAIRMAN.
THE FOLLOWING GENTLEMEN
JOHN L. GALT CHAIRMAN.
SIG SIMON SECRETARY.
J. R." PULLIAM.
J. C. GRAHAM.
R. W. DICK.
W. R. MOORE.
THE CO-OPERATION OF THE
ACY IS URGENTLY REQUESTED
MR. ED ROBERTS HAS BEEN ELECTED SECRETARY AND TREA-
SURER FOR THE REUNION FUND.
k NEW FAST TRAIN
Dotwoen St. Louis and Kansas City and
Koi principal points In Texas and tho South-
west. This train Is now throughout and is
mado up of the fluent equipment provided
with elucttio lights and all othor modern
traveling; convenience. It runs via our now
Red River Division.
Ererr annllance known to modern car
OUliuinff ana raiiroaumK nan uvvu rmpiuyuu
In the make-up ot this service including
Cafe Observation Cars
under tho management ot Fred. Harvey.
vnii inrnrmation aa to raiea anu an ueiaus 01
a trip via this new routo will be cheerfully
tarnished noon application by suv repre
sentative or tne
Two Papers for $ 1 .5
The Facts in the Case
When you read a thing you llko to
feel that It's the truth The Dallas
Semi-Weekly News gives the facts Id
If you'll read tho News awhile
you'll llko it. It holds tho attention.
It is specially edited that's why.
Brains and not linp-liazard go Into
the makeup of the News.
Two Papers You Need.
You need the Ardmoreltc because
It's your looal paper. It gives a
class of news you can't get elsewhere.
ou need tljo News beoamu) It gives
you all tho'stato news. Tho Weokly
Ardmoreltc and the Semi-Weekly
plows ono year for only ii.&o cash in
Both papcM nre promptly stoppod
at me expiration oi nine paia lor
on July 22 23 and 24.
IN ARDMORE AND REMAIN WITH
YOU FEEL PROUD7 IF SO HOW
THOSE OLD GRAY-HAIRED VETEK
A THING OF THE PAST. IT
CONFEDERATE VETERAN SAY8
TOO BIG; SAYS IT OUGHT TO
WILL JUST FIT HIM.
TO APPOINT A COMMITTEE
COMPOSE THE EXECUTIVE
DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDER
TO MAKE THE REUNION A STILL
OF THE NOHLKS OF THE
JUNE 2nd 11)02
A Solid Vestibuled
Rates $45 Round Trip
M.US PULLMAN PAKE
SOME POINTS SLIGHTLY HiailEIt
TicketB Bold May 27th to Jane
8th limited to CO days for roturu.
Write Santn Eo agent for partic-
ulars for Ilella Special.
Interesting literature ten cents
W. S. KESNAN G. P. A.
ly tho best
done with tho
saving and cleaning machinery.
Leave your bundles nt Elliott &
Milner'B barber shop. Basket
leaves Tuesdays and Thursdays
returns Thursdays nnd Saturdays.
J. H. Provence.
Aet. Acme Steam Laundry Galmsillle Tei.
Itesippi Choctaws Alfcntion !
IF you claim citizen-
ship in the Indian
Territory write the
tho most hoallns salve In tho world.
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