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CITY COUNCIL MEETING.
The Curfew rtinns Again Street
Trash to De Watched.
Yesterday afternoon tho City Coun
cil mut In logtilnr session. Mayor
Thompson, Aldermen OollodRO. Most,
PonnlnKton, HlniiRlitor ond Oormnn
being presont. Tlio minutes uf the pre
vious nioothiB wore rend and ndoptcd.
Tlio nnnnco committee reported fa
vorably on IB.20 worth of bills ntid
wnrrnnU were ordureil drawn upon
payment of thorn.
Upon motion Council voted to pay
Frank Frcnsloy $2.r.O por month for
the uso of tho lot occupied by tho cnl
nbooBc, tho same to commenco tho
first of this yoar. .Mr. Kremdey lias
not charged tho city anything for tho
uso of the lot horetoforo.
Tho ordlnanco rohitlvo to tho rail
roads crossing our public thoroiiKh
fares, compelling them to maintain
Rood crossings, otc. was read and
passed to tho third reading
Mr. OolledRO suggested that one of
tho city police had been collecting
taxes for tho Indian government dur
ing tho past month, when tho city
was paying him for IiIh sorvleoB nnd
should receive It. Several or tho older
men spoke on the matter. Tt occurred
to Mr. Ilest thnt wo had about one
pollcemnn too mnny anyhow, and
honrtlly agreed with tho gentleman
about tho olllcer nnd for whom ho
Judge C.alt, In behnlf of Olllcer I.ed
better, for It wns ho they had refer
ence to, said that tho olllcer had dono
thin extra work In the dny time, when
his duties to tho city were performed
nt night; that ho only took up a por
tion of his own time thnt wns allow
ed him to sleep nnd rest.
Alderman Ilest mado a motion thnt
Mr. Ledbettor bo notified yt his con
duct nnd that ho olthor doslsl from
using a part ot his tlmo for such pu.
poseB or send In his resignation.
Mr. Pennington did not want to
mnke It personal and thought a reso
lution covorlng any of tho olIloerH
-would make l hotter.
Mr. Ilest stuck to his orlglnnl mo
tion and tho snmo wns put before the
Council, nnd wns lost.
Mr. Golledgo naked If the ordlnnnco
regarding tho ringing of tho curfew
had been abolished, also the ono pro
hibiting the sweeping of trash on the
Htrects. Tho streets, bo said, woro In
an awful condition, nnd should ro
reive some nttcntlon.
Tho other aldormen put on their
studying caps and inino to the con
elusion that Mr. (Jolledgo wns about
right in the mnttor, nnd tho police
wero Instructed to soo thnt tho cur
few wns rung nt 1) o'clock every night,
nnd sco thnt tho curfow law was rig'
Upon motion of Alderman Ponnlng
ton tho police woro Instructed to
mnkn the rounds ociy morning nnd
see that no one swept any trash on
Ajdermnn Clnrmnn made a motion
that tho city sexton ho paid out of
the general fund, ns tho cemetery
fund wna Insufficient to pay his salary.
Nothing further appearing before
Council, the same adjourned.
Winter coughB nro npt to result In
consumption if neglected. They can
be soon broke up by using Foley's
Honey and Tnr. Sold by Homier & Hor.'
Instead of helping some Institutions
to build up .the people should help
them to go up.
B A N M E R SALVE
tlio most hiB"nr - In tlio wcrld
Kverybody Is accused of eating too
much as a Joke. Hut its no Joko.
Children who nro troubled with
worms nro pnlo In tho face, fretful by
spoils, restless In sloop, hnvo blue
rings nround their eyos, bnd dreams,
varlnblo nppotltc and pick tholr noso
Whlto's Cream Vormlfugo will kill
nnd oxpol thoso parasites. Prlco 25
cents. v. II. Frame, City Drug Store.
Civilisation may not nhvays follow
the missionary, but It generally ktnps
In hot pursuit of tho lino-toothed comb
Mothers can safely give Foley's Hon
ey and Tar to their children for coughs
nnd colds, for it contains no opiates
or other poisons. Sold by Honner k
Wo scold tho rich man's son for do
Ing nothing nnd hnto tho rich in an for
working away Instoad of giving some
body olso a chance.
"Jphniton't ftutnpnrilla never falls; hat
Whon ft woman begins to mumble
4 sho shows hor age.
Foley's Honey and Tnr Is host for
croup nnd whooplngcough, contains
no oplntcs, nnd cures quickly. Care
fill mothers keep it in the house. Sold
by Bonner & Donncr.
The most reliable preparation for
kidney troubles on the market is Fol
ey's Kidney Cure. Sold by Donner &
AT PAULS VALLEY.
Chickasaw Teachers Association Will
e Held Feb. 21 and 22.
Following Is the program ns arrang
ed for tho Chickasaw Teachor's asso
ciation which meets nt Pauls Valloy on
Friday nnd Snturdny, Fob. 21 and 22:
Friday, February 21, 1002.
0:00 n. in Song, "America."
Wolcomo AddresB O. W. Pntchell
Itesponso Prof. J. H. Hundrlx
0:30 n. in. Paper: "Tho uso of tho
Blackboard In Teaching Ocography."
Prof. A. Floyd, Center.
Discussion Prof, Adnins of Pnoll.nnd
Prof. John Cnrr of Ardmore.
10:00 n.m. "Mothods of Mnnngomcnt
In tho Schoolroom." Miss Hall of
Discussion Mrs. .loaophlno Cnrr and
10:15 a. m. "Tho Culturo of tho Mor
al Sense." Miss I.ldn Jordnn of
Discussion MIbs Nannie Pulllnm nnd
Miss l.ydlu Clirford.
2:00 o'clock "Tho Value of Klocutlon
In tho Public School." Mrs. J. T.
Discussion Miss Smith, Hargrove;
Mr. K. E. Bagwell. Davis.
3:00 Paper, "Tho Valuo of Music In
tho Public Schools." Miss Fay Smith,
Discussion Miss Shannon, Miss Slier-
7:30 lecture, "Tlio Man of tho Fu
ture." Dr. 1). It. Boyd. President Ok
lahoma University, Norman, Okln.
Saturday, February 22.
0:00 a. m. "Modern Educational Ten
dencies In the Public Schools.' Prof.
J. H. Hondrlx, Ardmore.
9:30 "The Young Amorlcnn, Who Ho
Is and Why Ho Should Succeed."
Prof. A. B. Curtis, Ada.
10:30 "Tho Moral and Spiritual In
Primary Work." Miss Fonvllle,
Discussion MIsb Mngglo Robinson,
Miss Ncttio Sutcllff.
11:10 "Practical Suggestions to tho
Tenchors of the Chickasaw Nation."
George Beck, Supervisor Indian
Schools, Chlcknsaw Nation.
Discussion Prof. Stephenson, Mariet
ta; Prof. Edwards, Johnson".
The first necessity of athletics Is a
sound stomach. Food is the source of
nil physioil strength but to extract and
assimilate the strength from food requires
that the stomach and other organs of
digestion nnd nutrition should be in a
condition of good health. What is true
of the nthlrtc is true of every tn.-iti and
woman ; physical health nnd vigor de
pend upon the digestion and assimila
tion of food.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cure diseases of the stomach nnd other
organs of digestion and nutrition, and
by enabling the perfect digestion and
assimilation of food, builds the body up
willi solid flesh and muscle.
"I iiol leu Iwttlrsornr I'lrrce's Rot Jen Med
ical Dlm-overy anil everal mti u tils l-lr.Kinl
lllels ' n ve.ir nj tills nprliiK. nml liavc lin.l 110
trouble with (iiillKestion lncr." writes Mr v. T
Tliouiwuii. of T'iwneiil. Ilnxulwater CouiiIn
Montana. "Wonts fail to tell Imw tlinnkful I
am for the relief as I hail Miflcreit n much ntul
it seemeil that the ilortors roulil ilo 111c no cowl
I not ilown in w.iiflit to 115 iwiimls, nnil wns not
able to work .it all Now I wrluli nearly i.
anil enn ilo n lav s work on the farm. I hae
recommended tur inr.licltie to fcvernl. nnil
hall ntways luivc a ikkI wonl lo say for I)r
l'iercr niuf his mellcliies
The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
1008 large pages in paper covers, is sent
free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
Eay expense of mailing only. Address
r. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Durwood, I. T., Feb. 17. It Is quite
llko spr'uj-i'mo nnd garden making.
Thero Hcoms to he a groat deal of
complaint of the ground being too
hard to plow around liorc.
Van Cornell who has been so low
with pneumonia Is considered out of
W. T. Adnms' dnughtor Is reported
ti great deal hotter today.
13. M. Groves has returned from the
Choctaw nation whom ho expects to
locate lu the near future.
W. A. Goldston nnd v'fc returned
homo yesterday to Doxfor, Texas, af
ter a long stay nt their daughters,
Mrs. 12. R. Scott.
Bort Tummlns will movo to Coal-
gat nnd Leo Short to Wnpanuckn thc
nro partners In tho marble business
with hendquartors at Coalg.ite.
Bud Cornell hns returned from his
prospecting tour but what his succors
wo hnvo not learned.
Tnbler'fl Buckoyo Pllo Ointment Is
no pnuncen, but Is recommonded for
Piles only. Thoso It will cure. Price
50 cents In bottles. Tubes, 75 cents.
W. 11. Frame, City Drug Store.
ALFALFA AND FRUIT RANCHES
III the Sunny Southwest, both smnll
nnd lnrge places. If Interested, wrlto
Ponco & Murphy, El Paso, Texas. Re
fer to Dun nnd Stnto National Bnnk.
Kidney complaint kills moro poo
plo thnn nny other disease. This Is duo
to tho disease being so Insidious thnt
It gets n. good hold on the system
boforo It Is recognized. Foley's Kid
ney Ctiro will prevent the development
of fntal disease If takou In time. Sold
by Bonner & Homier.
Thnt combination of olthor riding
or walking cultivator at Williams,
Corhn & Co.'ti Is snld to bo the
greatest thing of Its kind on tho mnr
kot. Call nt tho store mind nsk to see
this cultlvntor. 20-tf
Aro you restloas nt night, nnd hnr
rnised by n bad cough. Use Bnllnrd's
Horohound Syrup, It will socuro you
sound sleep, and effect n prompt nml
radical euro. Price, 25 cents and 50
eonU. W. B. Frame, City Drug Storo.
It is the desire to bent tho other fel
low that mnkes man get along.
"Rod Cross Bng Blue mn1;os the
clothes whiter than snow. Largo pack
age only 5 cunts.
"Let a child have its will and It
will not cry," but Its parents will.
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars ro
wnrd for any enso of Catarrh thnt can
not ho cured by Hall's Cntnrrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Wo, tho undersigned, hnvo known F.
J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, nnd be
lieve him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations mndo
by tholr firm.
West fc Trunx, Wholesale Druggists,
SVnUllng, Klnnnn & Mnrvln, Wholesnlo
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Cntnrrh Curo Is tnken Intor
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
nnd mucous surfnecs ot tho system,
Sold by nil druggists.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
Short and to the Point.
Gentlemen: Dr. Cnldwcll's Syrup
Pepsin is tho finest preparation for
tho stomach and bowels that I hnvo
ever used. Wishing you continued suc
cess, I nm. Yours vory truly,
W, C. Kimball, Now Troy, Mich.
Sold by W. H. Frame, Ardmoro and
Hns put on n now train known as tho
'OKLAHOMA LIMITED" between Ok
Iniionm City and Kansas City. This Is
.ho fastest nnd finest equipped train
out of Oklahoma for Kansas City, St.
Louis and Memphis.
Tho "OKLAHOMA LIMITED"
loaves Oklahomn City at G:10 p. m.,
arriving nt Kansas City 7:40 next
morning, St. Louis 5:35 p. m., and
Memphis 5:00 p. m. It consists of bag
gago car, threo (3) chair cars, and
ono (1) Pullman. Tho inillmnn sleopor
and ono cnalr car goes through to
Kansas City without change, ono chair
car through to St. Louis, and ono
through to Memphis. Tho return train
lenvcs KnuEas City 0:20 p. m., arriving
at Oklahoma City 10:55 a. m.
Further Information regarding rates,
tlmo etc., will bo cheerfully given by
any Frisco Systom Agent or tho under
signed. B. F. DUNN,
District Passenger Agent, WIchltn,
The seed of evil that Is sown must
bo reaped, but not nlwnys by him
who plants It.
Last Heard of it.
"My littlo boy took tho croup ono
night nnd soon grow so bnd you could
honr lilm brentho all over tho house,"
says F. D. Reynolds, Mansfield, O.,
"Wo feared ho would die, but n few
doses of One MInuto Cough Curo
quickly rolloved him nnd ho went to
stoop. Thnt's tho last wo heard of tho
croup. Now Isn't a cough euro llko that
valuable? "Ono MInuto Cough Cure Is
nbsolutoly safo nnd nets Immediately
For coughs, colds, croup, grip, bron
chitis nnd nil other throat nnd lung
troubles it is a certain curo. Vory
pleasant to take. Tho littlo ones llko
It. City Drug Store. W. B. Frame,
Farm for Rent.
Thrco hundred ncres of prairie land.
MULLEN & MULLEN.
I0dw if Ardmore I. T
A Nlfjht Alarm.
Worso than an alarm of tiro at
night Is tho brassy cough of croup,
which sounds llko tho children's denth
knnll nnd It means death unless some
thing Is dono quickly. Foley's Honey
nnd Tnr uover falls to glvo Instant re
lief nnd quickly cures the worst forms
of croup. Mrs. P. L. Cordior, of Man
nington, Ky., writes: "My three year
old girl had a severe caso of croup
tho doctor said sho could not llvo. I
got a bottlo of Foley's Honey nnd Tar
tho first doso gave quick relief and
saved hor life." Refuso substitutes.
Sold by Bonner & Bonnor,
J. P. THAYER,
Civil Engineer and Architect
BUllVEYB AND PLATS MADK.
Plnns. estimates and spccitlcntiont
GorniiHi Building, Ardmore, I. T.
Law And Kkal Estatk
lkdukttku a bledhob,
ATTOnNKYB AT LlAT.
Offlo. iu Ladbtltar A Illtdiot bnlldl&i
M.L. Uarrell. W. H. Hlnghia
GARRETT & BINOHAM.
ATTO 11NET8-AT-L A VT .
Do a olrll and criminal praotloe.
Offloe in Wheoler bnlldlns. oddoiII conn
aoair., Ardmoro I.T
JOSEPH P. MULLEN,
ATTOHNEY AND COONBELOB AT LAW
OaiMinaL Law a BrioiALTT.
Central law praotloe In the oonrti of Ihl
Indian Torrltory i D. H.ioDremo oonrt.Waab-
Inirtont osnrt of olatmi) oonrl of appeal!,
Eighth Jadlolat dlatrloti exeontlro depart
ment. OfOoe. Weil Main atreet, near ne
ennrtbonia Ardmore I.T.
Dr. F. P. vol? Ifvellcf,
Ocallat and Anrlat.
Special attention given to Harirerr and
Dtaeaaea of the
BYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT,
atasacs Accurately Fitted
Ofllce over Donner & Honner' Dratr Hlore,
noome 3 and 5. Ardmore, I. T.
'Phono: Itealdence 44. OtUrn IS.
Bel, Phone 80.
J. U. MoNeti
Ilea. Fhonu II
HARDY & McNEKS,
Physicians and Buiiokons.
Odce hoarat 10 to 12 a, m.. 3 to 4 i. in., and
8 to 9 p. m.i Snndaji, 10 to 11 a.m. and 8 tot
p. m, uraoe rnone m. umoe over uamieyi
drnK atore oorner Main and Oaddo atreeli,
J. W. SMITH. 11. D. MOORE.
Phono H. Phono 7C.
SMITH & MOORE.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ofllco in Gorman Block, over J. B.
Wall's drug store. Ofllco telephone
No. C. thrco rings.
DR. J. F. SON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Diseases
of Women and Children.
4. 4. .
Olllco In Gorman Building.
Ofllco Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p.m.
Oftlco Phono 1.0. C.
Residence Phono No. 132.
Wo treat both Acute and Chronic Dis
eases, but make a specialty of chronic
diseases and diseases of women?
Office. 414 North Washington Street
I. W. FOLSOM, M. D.
Does a Geuernl Practice. Special
Attention, to Obstetrics, Diseas
es of Women nml Ohiklrnu.
31 Year Experience,
Olllco over Honner .t Ilonner's drnc atore.
Olllco phone 16; roalilnnoo 128.
J. L. DODSON,
Offers his services to the public.
Olllco, up-stnlrs In tho
CRUCE &. CRUCE BUILDING.
Main St. Ardmore, I. T.
DR. A, K. ADAMH,
Tho Latest Improyomont for Orown
and Drldcro Work.
Looal anaiatbettot admlnUterad for thi
patnleta extraotlon of tenth.
All work coaranteed. Hrlcei to mil thi
Utaoa orer Randol'a atore. Ardmore. I.T
W. II, Knloh
ENLOE & LEE,
All work guaranteed. Gorman bnlldtng,
orer Olty National Hank.
Telephone No. M. Ardmore, Ind. Ter.
Moore's Pilules nro a guaranteed
curo for all forms ot malaria, aguo,
chills and fovor, swamp fever, Jaun
dice, malarial fever, bilious fever, bil
iousness, fetid breath and a tired, list
less feellng.They cure rheumatism
and tho lassltudo following blood poi
son produced from malarial poisoning.
No quinine. No arsenic, acids or iron.
Do not ruin stomach and teeth. En
tirely tasteless. Price EOe nor Iiot. rir
C. O. Mooro Co.. No. 310 North Main
St, St Louis. Mo. Sold by W. B.
Frame, City Drug Store.
op (9 dale
to do all
kinds ot rub
Our work lias
stood the test
save you money on anything In the Saddle and Harness line. Come to see us.
Zi. J. JOHITSOIT, Ardmoro, I. T.
SALT RHEUM CURED BY
just si;i;ri in Tins.
niclit Skin Rrnpttone nro n Wnrnlni of Something .Tlore Srrlona to Come.
Ilio Only Sulc Wuy In to lloetl the Warning. joTinaton'ff ?nraainrllla
la tlio Moat Powerful Illood lMirlller Known.
Nnturc. in her efforts to correct mistakes, which mistakes havo come from
cnreless living, or it may bo from ancestors, shoots out pimples, blotches and
other imperfections on tlio skin, as a warning- that more serious troubles (per
haps tumors, cancers, erysipelas or pulmonury diseases) aro certain to follow if
you neglect to heed tho warning nnd correct tho mistakes.
Many a lingering, painful disease and many an early death has been avoided
Blmply becauso theso notes of warning havo been heeded and the blood kept
pure by a right uso of JOHNSTON'S SABSAPAMLLA.
Miss Abbio J. Ramie, of Marshall, Mich., writes:
"I was cured of n bad humor after suffering with it for five years. Tho
doctors and my friends said it was salt rheum. It camo out on my head, neck
and cars, and then on my whole body. I was perfectly raw with it What I
suffered during thoso five years, is no uso telling. Nobody would believe me if
I did. I tried every mcdicino that was advertised to cure it. I spent money
enough to buy a house. I heard JOHNSTON'S SABSAPAUILL.A highly
praised. I tried a bottlo of it. I began to improve right away, and when 1 bad
finished U10 third bottlo I was completely cured. I have never had a touch of it
oincc. I never got any thing to do'mo tho least good till I tried JOIINSTON'3
SAUSAPAIULLA. I would heartily advise all who are suffering from humors
or 6ltin disenso of any kind to try It at once. I had also a good deal of stomach,
trouble, and was run down and miserable, but JOHNSTON'S SARSAPAHILLA
mado mo all right.''
Tho blood is your lifeand if you keep Itpure and strong vou can positively re
sist disease or face contagion fearlessly. JOHNSTON'S SAltSAPAUlfiliA never
fails. It is for biilo by all druggists, in full quart bottles at only one dollar end
aaciiiGriuv xjxcuca- oobxpiw', dlithoit, jwxzctf
For Sale by City Drug Stor
FEDERATION OP WOMEN'S CLUBS,
LOS ANGELES, MAY, 1902.
NO CHANGE OF OAKS.
Stopovers at GRAND CANON OF ARIZONA,
PETRIFIED FOREST, PUEBLO VILLAGES, ETC.
11IGIILY INTERESTING, ILLUSTRATED LITERATURE
TEN CFNTS POSTAGE.
SANTA F E
VV. S. KEENAN, General Passeneer Acent, GALVESTON.
A Successful Carpenter, a Successful
Workman Must Have Good, Reliable Tools
For the farmer we have absolutely $t
the best brands of wagons and
agricultural implements. &
The builder or carpenter will find 2
us wun everytning he needs in the If
hardware line. 9
For the nrnffiRftinnnl man ari
erybpdy else we sell the White &
Elephant buggy, best on earth.
We SUDOlv vnnr hnmoe itU 4U iff
famous Charter Oak stoves and
anything you may need in tinware. 2
Our prices and terms will please. &
WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO.
HMD 1 Hi
THE NEWSIEST PA-
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