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The Coxey movement has struck John E.
Smith's stock of general merchandise like a
cyclone, and he is determined to meet the
hard times lull in the face and sell to his;
customers so that they can pay and live and'
buy again. Don't fail to see him in his brick
on the corner of Main and Court Streets.
LOIiK - STAR -
Tlio fluciit ot frealt mrslB nml Bnnnj;o at lowest radIi price.
Flritt clni liutcliura anil cutter roady to servo customers,
Fioo nml iruniit delivery to nil pftrl? of thn city.
Manufacturers' Agent for Heavy
ITnrvcHtini; machinery, traction, automatic nml plnin engines,
nil kind of ItoIliMH, cotton ritiH nml presic.-1, miction funu, elo
vutorj, liho simile, piillovf, ItcltinH nnd engine llttingf, bind
ers, vnlf'riikv, tlroppvrs, mowers, Uirc-shins, liny presses
twine, oils, ftc, etc.
South Caddo Street.
for licit turnout, ln,'lo or iloulile, btipfrlen, Mirrlos nml hacks. Kxpcrlouccil
ilrlverH II orsen mid mules sold mi comiuitsIiii.
F. H. SNIDER,
SuccufBor to JOHN T. ALKXAXDKIt )
The Leading Druggist on Low Prices and
BRIDGEMAK :: HOUSE,
I liuvc leased tho above house. A part of your piUronnfio no
licitcd Tablu not Hurpaased in tho Indian Territory.
G. "W. WILHELM, Proprietor.
LISTEN .'TO-. THIS
The Star Grocery, headquarters for every
thing good to eat, at the lowest possible
prices, will meet all competition. Try me
and see. jp MAXET.
vr m to mm
MEAT - MARKET
CHAS. BARTNOLDUS, PROP.
tan. J - Tk ..
"HEADQUARTERS - F0R--Fine
and Toilet Articles.
Finest Cigars in town.
Prescriptions a specialty.
Ik rinll "tt-tri eon rv-i n T n
iu oiju 1 1 1 o i jk uuu it i
terest yoin prices.
Ladies, don't forget Friday.
H. : SNIDER,
"Cannot be Improved I"
So jftIRS. F. E. BAKER.
of Calveston, Tex.,
Ayer's Hair Vigor
lor ean. I flint o
llut It keeps tar g
tealp clean and 0
the hair In tlie beit
mother, now tUty'Jl
vpiii of ace. bit it
as fine a head of ft
hair as wncn mo o
mn fnttV. & flCt O
which she ttrlb- g
titti to the me of Ayer's Hair Vluor. 11 o
thicken the prnwth nt the hair and o
retires Kray natr 10 us uhrhiim 0
I cannot nee liow thli pre pnratlon could o
ho lmroyrt."-MM. V. K. JUKitn, Gal- o
ve ston. Tela.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR.J.C. AYERt CO., LOWELL, MASS
Golf, Colorado and Santa FeTVy.ai
ialrtnn and Clileairo Ksprraa 4.11 a. m.
Ucburn.-nnl KanrtaUlv KipreM P- n.
(lalvF.tnn ami Chicago Kxprciw IS 10 a. nv
UrUHrnrand Knn.aa City Kiprrta 10.13 a. m
I. It. Masov, Ticket Atft.
V. S. KliKNAN.t.rn rnss.Ag't.
Arrival and Departnro IT. S. Malla.
South bound ninll closes SM.'i p. in
South liouuit until arrives 6:13 p. lit
North hound limit closes 10 n. m
North hound mall arrives 10:'.'U n. in
Nlhl until nro closed nt 8.:I0 p. in
Money order department Is open
l 8 n. in. uiul closed at A p. in.
Olllee Iiouth from 8 h. m to C p. in
Sundays from WUl p.m., to.1:::o p. m
.Ioiin S. Hammku, I. M.
Summkus IIaudv, Deputy.
CnniTI ! Clit-nriirrenatey Strrfl Sit
vln- i-cry Uinl'a day at II in. in nnd 8 l:
p m Mmi'liy Hi-limil. 0 ) a. m. l'r.iyi
Mvvtlne civrr Wi-Jin'wluy. i) l.t p in. Choi-linicllc-rf
ovrrv Kr -hiy i-v-nnu. 8 IS p. nt
Luillin' Ald-'uclrty t'nry Tm-i lny alltrnooiiH
tin- cliuirli. n p. in. Mile m l Social ini-rllii
Tory liii's lay nlnht nt plac nniiouiniivl i-ai-l,ont'
Ur. Oillci-ra' in(itliiK llrt l.onl'
il.ty In i-iicfi month. All nro eonllally invite
to nil htvIcvi. I II pinion. Haiii-rlntt-iiJvn
Sunday tichuul Volnpy Jolinaon, l'aatnr.
V'tnT lUrrHT Ciii.,iu.U"Urnvlwy Slri-i-l
.erlera rvi-rjr .nnilny nt II ia. in. and 8 n
p. in I'r.iycr tuci-tlin? Vilnc lay i rpi.ln
4t 8 n'rliic' Hnncl.iv fchool nt Id u m. Cliol
prnetlcu Krlday rvenln M 8 o'clock
Stuiililrilchl. l-.tatnr. (1. K. Ilrucy, Clirk. t.
Myrlls t'Un Xn. 7. I. nf inili evi-rj
rhur.ilny nlxlil nt :.-. Hull iiihjUo court
'iiimn, Court itrcct. Vlnllliirf KnlKiiU cor
V. K. McKflvct, C. C.
J. T. IIowkiii, K. It. .t rt.
. - T V 1 . L ...J t l
mrali In tliHr ball on Sourtt Und ln ati-irl. tin
lir.l miuni.1) nittuiiu I'ncn iiiunin. on iir uv
foro the full lil oj
li n. ri.ow, vnrainprui Matter.
A. II.Hili.ihav, MH-rrtnry.
Ardinnrn Chapter. No. II, ICnynl Arch Mn
0 i s , int-i-l In Ihi'lr hull out Whltllnxton'r
.tore thu fourth Thurndar nljtht In each month
i. n . iiiicck, ui(ii rnvat.
Ar'Imore Camp No. .11, Woodmen of Ihi
W'orhl, nii'i'ln lu llirlr form nt W'hltllnittnii
llnll rtcry ai-coixl and fourth Moml.iy nUliU
In rarh month, VUltlus mvcrelK"" liKltiil In
I,-. II. KKNnmrx, contnt cominandrr.
Uaoiific IIkau, clerk.
Advcrtijo in the Ardtnoreito
. . . TO ALU POINTS ,
Wagner Palace Buffet sleeping Care
. AND .
Free Recusing Chair Cars
... TO . .
St. Louis, Kansas Cit
Making clote connection with fait train! o.
Kastcrn and Northern Unci for
Now York, Boston, Philadelphia
Buffalo, Montroal and St. Paul.
Tba "KatT" nowruna to Pt. Toiuls river iu
own mill. And li tUeouly continuouaUnt-
St, Loul, Kansas City and Hannibal.
Information choorfully lurnlihed by
lAMKS DAUKEIl, TV. G.UUUMI,
GMlf....! HI, Jr.. ffn1Nii.irtt,Jil.,
tl.loiu.io. 1 iiMia.ta
OLD - PAPERS FOR SALE
k. NOT 3POK N
(ami Kncllth W.i.uli - MM-i'i
li r.lihtu tu Mltpri.nuu.ic.
A. certnln Eiifr llt ninjuzlno It-it
beet' ptlullu.? B af.-li' of urtli-lei Jii
etliiiettr. nnd. after dUpo-tiutf of the
i trraclirroiti Unite. foiW mid apooci.
j elevating' and low-erlni,' the htt of
iDAtthlnd for all poilll ocction.
and proTldinfr rules for erery pt aslbla
iemerceney, from tlpplntr orer your
Tneli?hbora colfeo to comllitr to life nt
Irour own funeral, this accjiniuodatlna
pjonrnal fglran one really Interesting
parairraphon the proper pronuneiaiion
of Enfllslt names. 0( course cery
one knows thn old catch names oi
Cholmondely (Ihumlcy). lteauchamr
(ileechain). Derby (t).irby) ani
Malorlbanks (Marchbanks). llut
it may not hare occurred to
thla benlgltU-d peopm to etll Lord
Kuthren "Lord KWeu " or to spiitlc ol
the St. Maurs ns th "Somura,"
He rke ley must also bo c.illed HirUlar;
Drogheda drops the hard g" sound;
th Seymours are like tho St Manrs,
"Semurs;" Do Moleyns Is Daronltns:
lteauclere Is Anjfllcued! the lotter "t '
In Johnatono might better hare nertr
been born for nil tho attention it
tecelrea; Covrpor might bo written
"Coo.-ier" and be less dclunlro; Mont
gomery is called Mungumryi Illount,
of courso, Is lllunt; equally, o course,
Ilroughtm Is Hroomo; Trafalgar has
theaccenton tho last syllable; Vllllert
Is called Villcrs r all but the un-
Inlllatad; bl. John and bt Clair art
pronounced Slnein and Sinclair; the
two surnames Knollja nnd Knowles
are alPce; Dalzlel is Deel; Olamls !
Qlartns, nnd I.r.veson Uowrr (tit
Sutherland name), Is called Lewsoc
THE WOULD OF CHANCE.
n-hal It t)'d for Yuan lllcsar,
It.f.d Cliarmlnf N'ot.L
If your.ff Hlger had not been read
lnp; "Lady Kltz-Maudlln'e D.trk Se
cret" until 3 o'clock In tho morning,
ho would not have nrrlred at the dry
goois atora with his head full of
Chuslerfleldtan and elegant phrasut
with which to rebate tho girls at the
If ho had not had those phrases Id
his head he would not hare made an
Impression of elegance nnd education
upon the wife of the proprietor who
happened to ca 1 In and pause near
tho bargain counter to ask a question.
If lie had not made such an lnv
prcsslon the wife of tho proprietor
would not hare eipatUted about him
to her husband for about tenconscctv
Ifahehnd not thus expatiated her
husband would not hure been led tc
plncj young' lllglus lu a position
where he could look important and da
no particular harm, from which posi'
lion ho was successively pushed no to
higher placn, nnd at last to a partner
hip in the firm.
If young lllggins hadn't boon read'
Ing "Lady Kitz-Miiudllu's DarU
Secret" ho would still bo salesmtn in
thu silk dopartmjnt. Hut the world
aayf that ho i-t a mm of wonderful
enterprise mid a Napoleon of flnanca
ltrMV. Von Moltlt.
Von Moltko once went to Idndau
at he thought, incignilo. Ho ordorud
a room on the ground floor in the
"Hayorlacho Hot'' and went to bed
early, but forgot to draw his blinds
down. When ho was just going to
aleop he heard music drawing near.
He had beeti recognized, after all, and
was going to be serenaded azaln. The
dlflleulty was how to get dressed with
out being seen. Me dared not atrlkt
a light, llut presently the glare of
torches lit up his room and the curi
ous crowd stood close to tho windows
their noses prcssol ngalnst tho panes.
In spite ot that ho folt that he must
rise, ro he got up and dressed. Hut at
he put on ca h piece of his apparel,
tho feat was greeted with loud and
Much Mraiilnr In m lull Chair.
Departing from a friend's flat the
othor day I almost fell over a chair
that stood Rgaiust tho banisters.
The friend explained: "That's no
awkward place for a chair, I know,
but I find it necessary." "How so?" 1
queried. 'HVfcll, you know there are
P.copljywho .will bid you an nffoctlnn
a'tct' farowcll at tho reception-room
door, and then when you accorapnny
them into tho hall, they will stand
fifteen or twenty mlnutca on tho top
atair continuing their chat, "So as t
grew tlrod of hanging over the banis
ters, I had the chair placed here, and
when I see tho symptoms t drop Into
It "You were saying " "I was
laying nothing," replied , as I mailt
for tho front door, "except good-by."
II Itiid Hint Tlirro.
Tnn lato Sultan Ilurghash had a
very savage, chained Hon, nnd as a
happy thought, offered t to Sir John
Ulrk, then IlrltUh consul-general to
Constantinople, reminding hlra that
the Hon formed one of the supporters
of tho royal arms above tho gate
of the llrlttsh consulate, and that the
presence ot the real brute would,
therefore, be highly appropriate- "1
am sure that your highness would
never make nn incomplete present,"
he replied, "und when you are able to
accompany tho lion with a unicorn I
thell be delighted to recelre your
Thrercnts of a species said to be
unknown were discovered recently In
the spire of a church at liflghton,
Mass. The eats are covered with a
coat of long, shaggy fur; their teeth
are lone nnd almost like tunks. On
the nose ut each is a long tut of hair
resembling a tusk. They are rory
; agilo and spring from ratter to raftei
I with the eato of a tqitlrreL It is not
I known bow they yot into' tho. spire or
bow long tfiey bare baen1 there, svt It
Is believed Out they have "been con
fined fct their aerial abode forr majty
M - h "
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And a Splendid Ensiness will be tho
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