The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 76, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 4, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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CREEK CLAIM ADJUSTED.
fbenate Committee Decides to Appro
Washington Feb. 3. The senate
committee on Indian affair hna agreed
ko favorably report an amendment to
the Indian appropriation bill provld-
ling for the payment of 1. 200.000 to
the Creek Indian! who hi- -".1 loyally
kn the Union durinB the war of the
(rebellion. Tills question lias boon
bending before conRresj ever since
the close of the war and has been
tho subject of many Investigation by
oommlttooa nnd commission a. The
last session of congroes referred the
matter to tho senate as arbitrator and
Alio cotnmlttco on Indian affairs has
liinnilv ntrrnml to iin.mlniouglv reconi
mond tho payment of $1200000 In full
settlement of nil claims of the loyal
At tho outbroak of the war of the
robolllon the Indians of tho five civil-
ized tribes wore divided In tholr loy-
alty and allegiance. The Semlnolea
wero spilt Into two factiona. about S00
of them finally Joining Oie Union for-
wee. After the war they wero paid In
Opart for the loaaea of property. The
fast aeaslon of congrewi awarded them
$60000 In final settlement of their
The CreekH who were loyal to the
Union worn eomnalled to fluht their'
away out of tholr country and took rof-
ugo In Kansas. Here two tun regi
ments of thorn were organised and
thoy fought thoughout tho war doing
valiant service ns soldlora and scouts
for tho Federal forces. After the war
congress appropriated $100000 for tho
payment of refugee Creeks who had
tholr proporty destroyed during tho
war. Tho Crooks still claim about
$5000000 In loBBOB and a board of ar
my offlcors was appointed to review
tho claim. This board after a thor
ough Investigation recommended nn
award of $1800000. Congress fallef
in nmltn nn nnnrnnrlntlnn in mivit llm
Jf award and tho case has been ponding
for years. The senate commltteo has
scalod this down to $1200000 nitd
thoro is every assurance that It will
bo passod by both branches of con
Wo offor one hundred dollars reward
for any cmo of catarrh that can not
bo cured by Hairs Catarrh Curo.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O.
We tho undorslgncd have known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years and
bellevo lilm perfectly honorablo -In all
business transactions nnd financially
:uio to carry out any obligations made
by that firm.
WEST & TIIUAX
Wholesale druggists Toledo O.
WARDING KINNAN & MAHVIN
Wholcsalo druggists Toledo O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter
nnlly acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per
bottlo. Sold by nil druggists.
Hall's Family Pills nro tho host.
Tho surest way to convlnco a wo
man that sho is wrong is to sit still
ajid let her try to convlnco you that
Foloy'a Honoy nnd Tar euros tho
cough caused by attack of la grippe.
It hoals tho lungs. For salo by Bonnor
Nothing makes a woman so happy
as to soo hor dcarost friend Is getting
Mothors can safely glvo Foley's Hon
oy nnd Tar to tholr children for coughs
and colds for It contains no opiates
or other poisons. For salo by Boiv
ncr & Bonner.
A woman need not fear that her hus
band Is drifting away as long as sho
can got him to button her waist down
To mako your homo completo and
your kitchen neat and comfortable
r you ncca omy a uunuuu biuvu.
J. B .SPRAGINS & CO.
Tho thing that usually comos to tho
man who waits Is the knowlodgo thnt
ho has waited too long.
People thnt talk loudest about glv
Ing up somothing for love gonorally
liavo tho least to give up.
Will ho paia by tue Chickasaw
Stockmen's Association for tho
stealing stock of any kind from I
Notify Jeff Payne Pauls Val-
ley. Charley Roll Boll I. T.
or W. L. Lapsloy Wynnewoori
I. T. Inspectors
DR. T. P. Howell Pres.
O. V. Haley Sec
MEN AND WOMEN
Ujo nig forunntorl
IrrlUtiom or ulceration.
1'tlnlMi na noi num.
geot or jxiiionou..
font.1 hv DrnralatJL
' a ..itt In wtlftln HBMr.
b axsretl. rrpld for
Circular wot a rviMtt
DUfv'A3 AND HIS DARBER.
Origin at t'i" Vmeitve of SMc.ti.ct-
Iiik In Tlirulrr Tli-ltul .
The pnUtlco of spcrub.lU: ; in tin'i
tor tli-krt Btrar:;- ns it ni.i.v iipp-sii.
wan i . ' liv tli' elder 1 hih.i: . li'
patrol'.' I it r.iiii Iwirliw iiiuni'il l'or-
Ci'. i . '' ii. i thW worthy while
'. :uir iln iinvilutt tlliked li'm why In
tlil i i 1' tin' li '.'-ts ulven lilm by
tlir mi inner "1 t lie theaters where
bis plays wi iv prmlin ft.
To wlii mi could I sell thrln?'' nuked
the author of tin- "I'lirre .Musl.i te.-i-n."
"Why lo roe if you like." pj.iiid l'or
cbcr. "Aiul wlint would vn.i i. u with
tueniT" risked Duma. "That's n.v
business'" replied tta barber contin
uing to lather the bionzcd face of the
famous story teller.
'Hut I give you tleketa whenever you
ask for them" said Duma. "Ah! one
or two are nnt mtnVleiit for my pur-
pose" respoudid I'orcbu'. "I must
have all your tickets and every day
too." Ami you will pay for tl":m;'
said the draniatM. "fash" was the
simple yet practical reply.
Dumas at thnt moment was very
badly In need of money m lie at nee
concluded the uariiitlii. Porchcr. u lm
shortly after this (jne up tdiiivlitu' eml
cutting b.ilr made similur bmniii'.
with oilier autbura and iiuleUly became
He was a man who wu making $.7
a week and wai buvlntr luncheon with
bis fiancee In an uptown r-xtauraiit.
The lady ordered rlilekeli sdlnd fol-
lowetl by bliu-k coffee and wafers. The
man who could have afforded every-
thing on the bill and not felt a hole In
his poeketlMHik linil consomme aud
Little Neck clnirn nnd drank water.
Tho waiter got 10 cents.
A clerk who was kept busy earning
bis salary of SIS took his sweetheart
to an expensive seaside res-irt. It took
twenty minutes to deelde what they
wanted to eat. Finally the order came
heaped IiIkIi up on a large tray.
At the lady's place the waiter de
posited roast beof mashed potatoes.
chicken croqucttos with pens a salad
of lettuce aud potatoes nnd u cup of
Tho man wondering how bo cor'l
get n winter overcoat ate a porti.--
liouse steak with mushrooms fried
potatoes green com and coffee.
For dessert they bad Ice cream nnd
fancy cakes with more coffee. The
waiter got a quarter. New York Her-
ald. John V to Hip Front.
"I had been ubroad for three years"
said the Judge "and ns the people in
my native town labored under the idea
that I was a man of some consequence
thoy welcomed me homo with a brass
band and a dinner. I was about to re
ply to the address of welcome when the
village cooper approached ino with es
tended hand ami said;
" 'So you've got back home eh? Say
Judge when you went nway I was do
tng all my own work nnd bad my shop
in tho woodshed; now I've turned u
boss Imrn Into a cooper shop and um
bossing two Journeymen and making
fifty barrels a weok. Don't forget to
say that while you'vo been wasting
your time In Europe .lolin Y. Illgglns
has come right to tho front at home.'
".My little speech to my fellow towns-
men didn't arouse much cnthublusm"
said the Judge "and thnt cooper was to
blame for It. Ho simply wilted me."
Detroit Freo Press.
A Itemly Aiihhit
Not all visitor to the country are as
ignorant of tho farmer's surroundings
ns tho farmers sometimes suppose.
Browning's Magazine gives this in-
'Wnal" said Farmer Wllklns to his
city boarder who was up early and
looking round "lien out to bear tho
haycock crow I s'pose." And ho wink-
ed at bis hired man.
"No" replied tho city boarder; "I've
been out tying a knot In a cord of
Farmer Wllklnc scowled at tho hired
man and wanted to know why he was
not getting to work at milking those
Persons suffering from delirium tre-
mens usually Imngino thnt they nro
surrounded by snakes. An oxplanntlon
of this hallucination says tho Family
Doctor Is offered by the result of somo
recent experiments. Sixteen alcoholic
patients were examined with tho oph-
thalmoscope aud it was found that tho
minute blood vessels In the rotlun of
their eyos wero congested. In this con-
dition they appear black and are pro-
jected Into the Hold of vision; where
their movements reseniblo tho squirm-
ing of serpents.
A Dcarrvt-il Fat p.
Somo poet wrote tho following:
"Long is thnt morn that brings no
eve; tall Is tho corn that no cobs leave;
blue Is the sky that never looks ycllcr;
hard is tho applo that never glows
metier; but longer nnd bluer nnd hard-
er nnd tall Is my own ladylove my
adorable Poll." P. S. The author has
since died in great agony. London
The Doctor A queer case of Insanity
camo under my notice tho other day.
Tho fellow Is perfectly sane as long ns
anybody is looking nt him but raves
violently when his friends quit watch-
The Professor Humph! Out of sight
out of mind. Chicago Tribune.
Aftek' tlio Uximlglun
Eve I'm so sorry!
Adam Too badl It was a fool's pnr
ndlsu! Smart Set.
It is a great deal easier to teach an
old dog new tricks than It Is to mako
him forget his old ones.
MISS ROSE OWENS
No. 720 Seventeenth St.
"If evmr sutferlnc woman
his the same experience with
Wine of Ofdul that I had
your medicine will be most
popular. About a year ago
I bf pan to have a worn out
tired feeling with lassitude
pains in the back and head
which kept increasing every
month. I felt that I needed
something but to get the
right medicine was the trou-
ble. I finally decided on
your Wine of Cardul and only needed to
take three bottles when I was fully re-
covered." rrriiiEN inss itoso Owens who
WI has n responsible position in
' I tho Government service at
Washington. D. C. decided to
try Wbo of Oardui. she made a wiso
choice Orer a million women havo
been relieved of femalo wcalmosa by this
samo Wino ef Cardui. It is not a
shoup mcdicino but may bo taken ovory
day in tho year by any woman witli
benefit. It does not force results but
corrects derangements of tho menstrual
organs. It strengthens tho nervous
svstom gives tone to tho bodily func-
tions nets directly on tho genital
organs nnd is tho finest tonio for wo-
man known lo the science of medicine.
ilUI Uot4 OtrftM.
a. i tUKh Driuttoul training chool complete nnd no to date In overr department
'- - nlijbt tcnool the entire year. Uar puplla attend nlitht ichool without extra
shar Trillion $7.60 ner month or flu (or tinltmltod icholnrthlp. Hoard 110 to 111 SO
up tn ' . No vaoatlun. I'otilla may enter nt anr lime. Every papilla plaoed on nl
n irlti may advance aa rapidly aa lita ability will permit. Tlioroaeh training In
r rten 'n i consistent witti efficiency. Heforencea Any bank or bnatnoaa Arm In
la iti or "ataloeie addron
O. P. 8KLVIDC1R A. U l'roililent. Onlnoiyllle Texai.
f GROCER. I
rf Have you ever thought of the con-
J venience of finding everything good $
ft to eat under one roof? . S
! If you have tried Pelker's you know 1?
5 it is just such a place and also that
. promptness and care in delivery is
?h our motto. !X
If you arc not already a customer
begin the year aright by opening an
Tho well reg-ulnled farm wbcre p"?ace
nnd plenty reigu enn upver bo find without
Iho latest Inbor saving machinery lloro
is n liBt of Inbor snvintr machinery thnt is
nuknowredceil even by other manufac-
turers nntl dealers to be tho best ihero is
on tho market. It's tho celebrated line of
Our prices are tho ve.y lowost aud
terms ns liberul as you can ask Come in
to mi'h us before yon cet too busy with
I The Hardware Men.
f ARDMORE - - IND. TER.
YOUNG & HEINTZ
Machinery Mill I Gin Supplies
"Write for what yoa want?
Kingman stalk cutters.
Kingman turning plows.
King mlddlo bustore.
Kingman 'combination corn nnd cot-
ton chock rowors all at Williams
Corhn & Co.'b.
WASHINGTON D C.
If you nro a suffering wo
man mo Mould say to you
that Winoor Uanlut toluom
fails lo completely curo any
case of female ills. Wo say
emphatically it never falls
to benefit. Kvery day hun-
dreds of BufTerew aro writing
to our Ladies' Advisory De-
partment. Tho letters aro
opened by persons compe-
tent to give ndvice. Mrs.
Jones was cured by follow
ing tho advice which was freely given
hpr by tho Ladies' Advisory Depart
ment. Miss Owens M'as cured without
ndvico by just buying a $1.00 bottlo of
Wino of Cardui from her druggist and
taking Uiis great mcdicino in tho pri-
vacy of her homo. No doctor's ex-
amination treatment or ndvico is nec-
essary. You havo read what these two
curcu women havo written. Is this not
enough to lend you to dctcnuino to bo
rid of suffering?
August 13 1900 Mrs. W. II. Jones
of Cameron Mo. writes:
"I suffered terribly at monthly periods
for three years. I would sometimes go for
seven months with no flow at all. Now
I have my health b.ck again and am
expecting to be confined In January. I
cannot praUe your medicine enough."
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
Belting a Specialty.
Nearly ForfelU.HIs Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally
started a horriblo ulcer on tho log of
J. li. Ornor Kranklln Grovo 111. For
four years It defied all doctors and alt
remedies. But Bucklen's Arnica Salvo
had no trouhlo to curo him. Equally
good for burns bruises skin eruptions
and piles. 2Ec at w. u Frame's.
TIM 13 TM1LI0.
(World's Fair Special.)
leaves Oklahoma City C:30 p. m.
Arrlvos Kansas City 7:00 a. m.
Arrives St. lxwils 11:30 a. rr.
Arrives Memphis C:00 p. tn.
(SU Iiuls lflxpreee.)
Leaves Oklahoma City 7:60 a. m.
Arrlvos St. Iuis 7:15 a. m
Leaves Kansas City 7:15 p. m.
Arrives Oklahoma City.... 7:30 a. m.
(Arkansas nnd Oklnhomn Kxprets)
Leavos SL Louis 10:00 p. m.
Arrives Oklahoma City.... (1:15 p. in.
Tli rou rIi cars and Pu11mn slsepem
between Oklahoma City KRimaa City
St. Louis nnd Memphis. For rutes
and other Information call on nearest
Frisco System nsent or nddr'Ma tho
i undorslKned. H. F. DUNN.
I Dlv. Pass. Agt. Wichita Kan.
Notice of Public Sale.
Uy virtue of nn order of sale from
the United Slates court for tho South
ern district of the Indian Territory ns
a court of bankruptcy I will soli at
auction on Tuesday Fob. 10 1003 nt
Addlngton I. T. a stock of genoral
merchandise Invoicing about ($3300)
threo thousand threo hundred dollars
open accounts for about ($600.00) six
hundred dollars one half Interost In n
store house nnd throo lots In said town
of Addlngton 1C0 ncros of land In
Scott county Kansas doBcrlbed as
follows: N. B. Vi Sec. 21 township
17 rango 31 W. nnd all other assets
of J T. Hawkins and It. M. Hawldns
bankrupts which nro not by law ex-
empt. S. II. GAINES.
TruBteo In Dankruptcy.
First published Feb. 1 1903.
' Bankrupt Notice.
In tho United Statos Court for the
Southern District of Indian TorrI
tory In bankruptcy. In tho mattor
of W. II. Thomson and James H
Thomson partners as Thomson
Hnrdwaro company bankrupts In
To tho creditors of Thomson Hard
waro company of Addington In said
Notlco is hereby given that on tho
22d day of January A. D. 1003 tho
said V. II. Thomson nnd Jamos 11
Thomson partners as Thomson Hard
waro company woro duly adjudicated
bankrupts nnd that tho first meeting
ot tholr creditors will bo hold in my
ofilco nt Chlckasha In said district on
Uio 7th day of Fobruary A. D. 1003
at 10 o'clock In tho foronoon at which
tlmo tho said creditors may nttond
prove their claims oxamino tho bank-
rupts appoint a trustco and transact
such othor buslnoss as may proporly
como before said meeting.
Ilcforco in Bankruptcy
First published Jan. 25 1003.
Treasury Department Olllco of tho
Comptroller of Uio Currency Washing
ton D. C Jan. 10 1003. (No. C.C78)
Whereas by satisfactory cvldcnco
prcsontod to tho undersigned it has
boon made to appear that tho "First
National Bank of Mannsvllle" in tho
town of Uannsvlllc Chickasaw na
tlon Indian Territory has compiled
with all tho provisions of tho statutes
ot Uio United Statos required to bo
compiled with before an associaUon
shall bo authorized to commence tho
buslnoss ot banking.
Now therefore I William B Ridgely
comptroller ot the currency Ho here-
by certify that "Tho First National
Bank ot Uannsvllle" In Uio town of
Mannavlllo Chickasaw Nation In'
dlan Torrltory it authorized
to commenco tho buslnoss ot banking
aa provided in section flfty-ono hun
drod and slxty-nlno of Uio revised
si Uules of tho United States.
In tostimony whoreof witness my
hand and aoal of offlco this tenth day
of January 1003.
WM. B. RIDQELY
(Sonl) Comptroller of tho Currency.
First published Jan. 16 1903.
In tho United States Commissioner'
Court in tho Indian Torrltory
Hughes Bros Mfg. Co. plaintiff vb
J. B. Duncan defendant.
Tho dofendant J. B. Duncan is
warned to nppoar in this court in thir
ty days and answer Uio complaint of
tho plaintiff Hughes Bros. Mfg. Co
WltnosB T. N. Robnott U. S. com
miBsIonor this 22nd day of January
1003. T. N. ROBNETT
U. S. Commissioner
H. A. Lodbotter attorney for plain
Tom Norman attorney for non-real
First published Jan. 33 1903.
In tho Unltod States court for tho
Southern District of tho Indian Ter-
ritory. In tlm matter of II. H. Ilurrlf bank
rupt m bankruptcy. No. 5150.
To the Honorable Hotea Townsond
Judge of the district court of tho
Untlod Status for tho Southern dis-
trict of the Indlnn Territory:
II. II. Ilttrrls of Tishomingo in tho
Southern district of the Indian Torrl-
rltory In sold district respectfully rep
resents that on tho Oth day of May
190S last past ho wub duly Adjudged
bankrupt undor the acts of congress
relating to bankruptcy; that ho has
duly surrendered all his proporty and
rights of proporty and has fully com-
plied with nil tho requirements of aald
nets and of tho ordors of tho court
touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore ho prays that ho may bo
decreed by the court to havo a full
discharge from nil debta provablo
against his osU o under said bank
rupt acta oxcept such debts as nro ox-
ceptod by law from such discharge.
Dated this 31st day of January A.
H. H. nUIUUS Ilankrupt.
Southern district of tho Indian Terri
On thla Slat day ot January A. D..
1003 on reading Uio foregoing potitlon
Ordered by tho court that n hearing
be hnd upon the samo on. tho 10th
ilny ot February A. D. 1003 boforo
sold court nt Ardraoro In said dis
trict at 10 o'clock In tho foronoon;
nnd that notlco tkoroof bo publlshod
In Ardmorolto n nowspapor printed In
said district and that all known cred-
itors and other porsona in interest may
appear at said tlmo nnd placo and
Bhow cause if any thoy havo why tho
prnyor of tho said potitionor should
not bo granted.
And it Is further ordored by tho
court that tho clerk shall Bond by mall
to all known crwlltora copies of said
potitlon and this order nddrossod to
Uiom at tholr places ot residence as
Witness tho Honorablo Hosoa Town
sond Jttdgo of tho said court and tho
seal thereof nt Ardruoro In Bald
district on tho 31st day of Jnnuary
1003. c. M. CAiiPnrcrr.
First published Fob. 1 1003.
You Know What You Are Taklnn
When you tako Qrovo's Tasteless Chill
Tonic becauso tho formula la plainly
printed on ovory bottlo ahowlnsr that
It la almply iron nnd qulnlno in a
tasteless form. No curo no pay. 60o.
In tho United States court for tho
Southern District ot tho Indian Ter-
ritory. In tho mattor of Trlovos Mitchell
& Co. bankrupts In bankruptcy. No.
To Uio Honorablo Hosoa Townscnd
judgo ot tho district court of Uio
United Statos for tho Southorn dis-
trict of tho Indian Torrltory:
Triovoa Mitchell & Co. of Marietta.
In tho Southorn district of tho Indian
Torrltory in wild district respectfully
roprosents that on tho 25th day of Nov.
1902 last past Uioy woro duly adjudg
ed bankrupts undcrtho nets otcongrcss
rolatlng to bankruptcy; that ho has
duly surrendered all his proporty and
rights ot proporty and has fully com
plied with all tho requirements of sata
acta and of tho ordors ot tho court
touching bis bankruptcy.
Whcroforo ho prays that ho may bo
docreod by tho court to havo a full
dlschargo from all debts provable
against his oatnto under said bank
rupt acts oxcept ouch debta as are ex
cepted by law from such discharge.
Dated Uila 81flt day of January A.
TRIDVES MITCHELL & CO
Southern district of tho Indian Terri-
On this 31st day of January A. D.
1903 on reading the foregoing potitlon
Ordored by tho court that a hearing
bo had upon tho samo on tho 10th
day ot Fobruray A. D. 1903 boforo
said court at Ardmoro In said dis-
trict at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon;
and thnt notlco thereof bo publlshod
In Ardmorolto a nowspaper printed in
said district and that all known cred-
itors and othor porsonB in interest may
appear at aald tlmo and placo and
show causo If any thoy havo why tho
prayer of tho said poUtloner should
not bo granted.
Arid It is further ordored by tho
court that tho clork shall send by mall
to all known creditors copies of said
potitlon and this order addressed to
thom nt their placeB of roaldenco as
Witness tho Honorablo Hosea Town-
send judgo of tho Bald court and the
tho eoal thereof at Ardmoro in said
district on tho 31st day of January
1003. C. M. CAMPBELL.
First published- Feb. 1 1903.
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