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CATTLEMEN STIRRED UP.
Senator Bailey Making Inquiry From , .' . Interior Department. A Washington special says that j Stintor J. W. Dalley of Texas called at tho Interior Department toilay and aakod for an explanation of tho de partment's recent decision regarding tho division of grazing lands In the Kiowa reservation, out of which has grown a bitter feud between two of tho cattle kings of tho territory. Sena tor Uailey InslstB that S. 11. Hurnott, ono of tho rattlomen Involved, has boon unfairly dealt with by tho depart ment slnco his presence last spring, the department oiit.Hned a division of tho pnasturo lands to which tho cattle mon agreed, but has slnco upon repre- aontntlon made by 13. C. Suggs, nnothor enttluman, mndo another division of the InndH which mnterlally Injures Burnett's range and In case of a hard winter endangers the lives of about 30,000 head of cattle which he Is now pasturing there, liurnctt's original range consisted of nearly 400,000 acres of land, hut a recent allotment by the department added about one-third of this to Sugg's range, which Adjoins It. A report from the Indian agent in tho Kiowa country says there has been iconsldornuio bad blood between the ' Tactions of the cattlomen growing out of this new allotment of the grazing lands. Infant mortality Is something fright ful. Nearly one-quarter die before thoy roach one yonr, one-third before thoy aro five, and one-half before thoy nro fifteen! Tho timely use of While's ,Crcam Vermifuge would save a major ity of those precious lives. Price 25 cts. W. H. Frame, City Drug Store. GOING TO SOUTH AFRICA. All Members of Infantry In England Will Go to the Front. Aldorshot, ov. 2 It Is understood that as a result of tho conclusion ar rived at by tho cabinet Monday overy avallablo effective infantryman proba bly will be sent to tho front in South Africa between now and Christmas. Tho departure of tho cavalry brigades from Aldorshot (orders to which ef fect wero recolved there last night, tho troops being Instructed to start for South Africa about the middle or November), will leave only a single regiment of rogular cavalry, the Twenty-first Lancers, In the United Kingdom. Prince Arthur of Connaught, who is a second lieutenant in tho Sovontli Hussars, goos with his regi ment to South Africa. Personal. Will tho lady who foil In a swoon last Thursday In front of tho postof Ice, call at our storo? Sho ouffors itom biliousness. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 1'opsln will suiely cure her. Sold by W. li. Frame, Ardmoro dnd Mndill. ONE DEATH AT GLASGOW. Bubonic Plague Reappears Three Other Cases Reported. Glasgow, ,'Nov. 2 Tho bubonic plague has reappeared hero during the Aveok. Four suspected cases wore re moved from the Central Station Ho tel, bolonging to the Caledonian rail way and ono died today. The hotel has boon closed and all guests warped to loavo by noon tomorrow. It ap pears that all the cases under suspic ion aro sorvants of tho hotel. . ' "Constipation means tho accumula tion of waste mattor that should bo discharged dally, and unloss this Is .dono the foul inntter is absorbed and poisons tho system. Use Hcrblne to bring nbout regularity of tho bowlos. v Prlco 50 conts. W. D. Frame, City . Drug Storo. A crlpplo with a tin cup usually gets thoro all right. Great Luck of an Editor. "For two years all efforts to cure cczoma In the palms of my hands - failed." writes Editor H. N. Lester, of Syrncuso, Kan., "then I was wholly '.cured by Ducklon's Arnica Salvo." It's 'the world's best for eruptions, sores and all skin dlBcnses. Only 25s nt W. II. Frame's. A Judge sohiotlmos lays down the law so t!-." J :rors can walk ovor It. , Foley's Mnney and Tar f 19" chUdren.nnfosuro. Aro opiates. This Is a great country. Wo do not Droyfuslzo nil of our heroes. Brain-Food Nonsense. Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent au thorities. Thoy havo dispelled tho silly 4 notion that ono kind of food is needed ' for tho brain, nnothor for muscles, and still another for bones. A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of tho body, but It will sustain every other part. Yet, however good your food may bo, its nutriment is do stroyo.l by indigestion or dygpopsia. You must preparo for tholr appearance or prevent tholr coming by taking rcg ular doses of Grecno's August Flower, tho favorite modlcino of tho healthy mllllona. A fow doses aids digestion ' stimulates tho liver to healthy no tion, purifies tho blood, and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous. You can get Dr. O. C. Green's reliablo remedies . at City Drug Storo, Ardmoro nnd Martlll. Get Green's Special Almanac. GETS HALF A MILLION. Youiir .T 1 in in tu HooM-vrlt. Aitor's (iniiiWiin, Cullies 'if Am-. Jiinmlo ltoofcvilt, grandson of Wil liam Ator. who startled New Yr.rk fcocltu.v In October n jenr njp by marrying Sndle Mclsnlnger, l;rovn fa tnlllarly ns "Dutch .Sndle," a Tender loin belle, has come Into possession of ubout $"00,000 In real estate. Young James It. Hoosevelt was n col lege senior when he met Sadie Molsslu gor In the Tenderloin and married her. They lived together In a flat on tin upper west side until the young mat. was tnken nwny from the woman bj bis father. The woman threatened to sue the elder ltooseveU for .$100,00(1 damages for alienating the affection, of Her husband. Jlmmle, however, declared he stllf loved her, and they were soon living togetbe" again. It was teported Intel that the Unosuvclt family ncknowl edged the woman as Mrs. James It. Hoonevelt. .Jr. The young man's renl cstele acquisi tions repieiu'titt'd the Inheritance from his grandfather's estnte, which li could claim upon attaining his major Ity. Ho will receive a still larger sham nt the age of thirty. Though young Uoosevelt Is oalj twenty-one, from the time of his socrcl wedding with "Dutch Sadie" a ycat ago the young man has been n ccu Fplcuous tigure In the Tenderloin. lie spout money lnvlsdily and, with "Dutch Sadie," was frequently the cen ter of a roistering set. Though lie had not yet come Into posser-iou of the fortune of $7150,000 left him by his mother, who was Miss Helen Actor, the young man was amply provided with funds by his family, his Income being $1.",000. He had been out of col lege less than threu months when ho fell desperately In love with the wom an he ninrrled. They were wedded nt city hall .Juno I I, 1000. It was not until several months later that James IJ. Hoosevelt became aware of the marriage. He threatened to dis inherit the headstrong young man. Mr. Hoosevelt made several Ineffectual at tempts to annul the marriage and went so .ar as to offer Sadie a fortune to release his son. These efforts she spurned. AIDED BY MRS. HANNA. llc-lpa Airu-rlnui CIi-Im C-t n .Mimical Kiliii'ullou. United States Senator Hnuna's wife lately visited Mine. Marches!, the noted teacher of singing, says the Paris cor respondent of the New York World, to ascertain what progress Is being mude by two of the latter's pupils, American girls whom Mrs. Hnnna hns supported here for the last two years while they have been studying music. Mrs. Hnnun also presented another promising singer, a contralto from Washington, the finest type of octo roou, aged twenty, named Lydla I.el land. I.yrila became engaged aboard ship on the voyage from America to an Kng lishnian of prepossessing manners, but after Investigation Mrs. Ilnnna con vlnced her beautiful colored protege that the fellow Avas worthless. There was quite a little tragedy, for Lydla's Impulsive love died hard. Hut filially, when Mrs. Ilnuna was on the point of sailing back if Lydia remained obdurate, the girl announced that the worst was over and that she would henceforth devote herself solely to art Mine. Marches! says the octoroon's voice Is a "perfect wonder." Mrs. Hnnun Is unostentatious about these beiievole'nces and decllues to talk about them. TIpiiIiii; In Yiilc'n Xew Dlnlnn Hall, The Yale News says of tho new prnc tlce of tipping In the university dining hall: Men, ns a rule, go to the dining hnll to procure good board nt small cost, and the university makes It possl bio to do so without asking or expect lng help from those who nro served Men at some tables who are able to pay an extra price for service fee their waiters, while the mnjorlty of the others cannot nffoid to do so, and re fuse. This llnnnclal help for some and lack of It for others If continued Is bound to create dissatisfaction among the waiters. In nddltlon to this, wait ers are paid enough by the dining hall mniingemeiit, nnil do not need further assistance. Students would -not think of tipping a classmate for table service, nor should they do so to men who are thus employed to watt ou them nt college. If the service In some in stances is poor, the cure for It Is not In tipping, but In reporting It td tho man agemeut, which Invites such iuforma tiou. Maine' I'linioiix Mootr. Old Obadlnb, the boss bull moose of middle Maine, says The Kennebec Journal, has been seen several times this season by sportsmen nnd guides nnd several bloodthirsty hunters are up around Moscow hoping to see him first next time. He Is described ns a rlvnl of the famous moose of eastern Maine the one with antlers twelve foot spread and Is a genuine black back He trotn over five rail fences and small outhouses without discovering their presence, and they do tell bigger tales of his size and tierce mug. He certnln ly Is a prize for some bold hunter unless said hunter should become the prize of Obadlah. DoiiuIiihh ,.n Cleveland' CJuckI, It Is recalled, says tho New York World, that President Clcvelnnd dur lng his llrst administration Invited Frederick Douglass to a White House reception. He was recorder of deeds for tho District of Columbia nt the time nnd wns Included with nil the white otliclnls of the District In the In vltntlons sent out. Douglnss went, too, nnd Cleveland treated him as courte uusly us he did the rest. FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION "I am so thankful for what Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has done for mi," writes Mrs. John T. Smith, of Slocan, B. C, Box 50. It cured me of a disease which wns taking vav all my strength, helped me through the long months before hahv came nnd I havo a big strong ba'jv t;irl, the must healthy and h.. py of all my three. '' HAKES THE DIFFERENCE. MULLHALL JENKINS' SUCCESSOR. Rumored That Roosevelt Wants Him for Oklahoma's Governor. A tpefla! from St. Louis says It was reported today that Col. Zach Mulhall, of Mulhall. O. T., would. In all like lihood, be appointed governor of Okla homa by President Hoosevelt. Avoiding to the report that gained currency during the afternoon, and was based upon a letter from a Mls- 3cur!an In Washington, who Is known to be well Informed, Governor Jen kins' policy is not satisfactory to the president, who 18 casting about for a successor who will be satisfactory to the people of Oklahoma, and who will nt the same tlmo measure up with the president's Ideas of what a terri torial governor should be. Tho report further stated that Col. Mulhall had been apprised of the favor with which his name was being considered by the president. Col. Mulhall declines to dis cuss the matter, but It is understood ho Is onroute to Washington at tho president s request. Seymour Webb, Morla. N.Y., writes: "I hnd been troubled with my kidneys tor twenty-five yenrs and had tried several nhvsiclans but received no re lief until I bought a bottlo of Foley's Kidney Cure. After using two bottles I wns absolutely cured. I. earnestly recommend Foley's KIdeny Cure." Take only l-oley's. Bonner & Bonner. What we call tact Is sometimes lit tle better than a foxy resort to deceit and cowardice. Up Late Last Night. Then you don't fool Just tho host to day. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup I'opsln Is very effective for Sick headache, bll iousness or disordered stomach. Sold by W. D. Frame, Ardmoro nnd Mndill Not a Dissenting Vote. A perfect laxative! That is tho un animous verdict of the people who use Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Popsln. 50c and $1.00 sizes. Sold by W. 13. Frame, Ardmoro and Madill. MULES WANTED ! 1 want mulep trom J to b years oiu, 14 nanus up. nnng your mulep to tho Leon Wagon Yard nnd reeievo th burliest mnrlci: P'ice. ALWAYS PEE BOWLES HE II AS NO AGENTS. J. E. BOWLES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. P. THAYER, Civil Engineer and Architect Swuvr.Ys and Plats Made. Plans, estimates and specification furnished. Gorman Cuiltlini;, Arthnorc, I. T. LAWYERS. MORAN SCOTT, -Law And Khaic Estatg- Ardmoie, Iml. Ten LEDHETTER ft BL-ED80K, ATTOBNKYB AT LAW. O.Xco. In Lciltictter A Medio DnlldlBt Uslnitrtn. I U. O.roMir!. W. Y. Uowoin. POTTERP & BOWMAN, ATTORNItTB AT LAW. Oraoa, uDitftlrt la Ihe lUrdj bctldlD Ardmorc. I.T H. L. (Jarreil. W, H,Mntitn GARRETT & BINGHAM, ATTOKNETS-AT'LAw. Do olTll knd criminal practice. Office In Wbeeler balldlns. nuuoiUe com fiouio. Ardmoro I.T JOSEPH P. MULLEN, Attorney and Counselor at Law Ohiminal Law a. SrouiiT. inaiBD Territory; u. H.napremp ooori.wtiii Inictont coart of olslmii court ot spdosIi, U I . I . IllrtUI.I .11. ... I ..I...... mtnt. Office. West Main streul, ner &i oonrt borne Ardaore l.T. HERBERT & GANNON, ATTORNEYB AT LAW. OlCt-c, Herbert ti Levti bcllillnir. Arn: more I.T PHYMCIANS. DR. J. W. SHACKLEFORD, Ostkopathic Physician. Has opened nn olllco permanently at 414 North Wnshinctou street nnd treats both acute nnii chronic dis eases, but makes n specialty of chronic dleenRus. Dr. F. 3?. vox) Ieller, OcullM and Aurlst. Bpccl&l attention clvon to Burceryand Diseases of tho 6Y0, EAR, NOSE And THROAT, Glasses Accurately Fitted Olllco over Bonner & Bonnor's Drue Store. Rooms S and S. Ardmore, I. T. 'Phone: Kesldenco 44, OUlcu 15. Wnltf-r Hnlj. Rep. l'uone &A. J. O. MoNom Hen. Pnonu l HARDY A MoNEES. PnVBICIAK8 AND BUItaKONft. Office honn: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to t n. m.. r.t 8 to 8 11. m.: Bnndaya, 10 to !1 a. in. and 8 to 1 p. m. Office Phone 122. Office over luraiey'i amir atore corner aiain ana uaaao aireon L W. FOLSOM, M. D. Does n General Practice. Special Attention to Obstetrics, Diseas es of Women and Children. 31 Years Experience. Office over Bonner & Bonner'a ilruk' store. Phone IS. DENTISTS. Dre. NICHOLSON &. BRO. Painless Dental Parlors ovsr Bonner's Drug Storo. I 00 o 0 o o o 0 o 0 O ; I Cut this out, It Is good for ?1.00 I j on all work amounting to as I much as $5.00. I OO O O O O O O OO O 1 DR. A. E. AD AM 8 , DENTIBT. Tho Latest Jmproyomont (or Grown nnd Brldgo Work. lw mil 1JX P W-rUBAI Local aua?rthetloe administered tor ibt painless extraction ot teeth. All vork guaranteed. Prices to sail Ibi times, Offioo orer Bacd6l's store. Ardinora, I. T W. II. En lou W. Leb mi ENLOE & LEE, Dentists All work cnaranteod. Gorman bulldlnic, over A. O. Ynjnt's furniture store. Telephone No. 22. Ardmoro, Ind. Ter. Tho Marietta girls aro pointing with pride to one of tholr numbor; a man came u thousand miles to proposo to her. "You never can tell what a woman will do next." ' I can." "Well, whaU" "Talk." "That's It A woman will talk and tell her Illl.V.n W HIV v.. - ..w t,, j .. . . ston's Sarsaparilla and tho proprlctorn nave to country lor having made Johnston's BAKSAl'A KIIAA (quart bottlekj lamous." rln,el' a(?5Sv Dr,,,1'fe 0tm mMnA pecialty. Good Solid Furniture For Good Solid Money. New Iron Beds, New Folding Beds, New Bedroom Sets, New Rocking Chairs, Carpets, Rugs. Etc. C. Young, Garland stoves - Raooes The World's best you can see them at Stevens, Kennerly & Sprapins Co. We have in a car of Cook Stoves, Ranges and Heaters. Come in and look at the New fliominize ...the best, cheapest and easiest cooking con struction to handle ever on the market. Aluminum Ranges are the prettiest things in the city for a Cooking Stove. See me New at our store. Everything in the line of Cook ing btoves and up to date Ranges can be STEVENS, KENNERLY & SPMGINS CO. Broadway Carriage Shop . Your Tires Reset with Henderson's Gold Tire Selling Machine PHONE D. E. A Chance in a Million If You Act Qt Once To Invest in a Truly Meritorious Gold Mining Proposition The Ozark's. Gold Mining and Milling Co's. IREE MILLING GOLD MINE thnt fed the Baboon Gulch in Florence, Idaho, which cave up $00,000,000 in placer cold in 1801-2. Wo offer a limited amount of ground lloor stock at 25o per shure (par value $1). This mine has $50,000 worth of machinery and development; it will pay recular dividends of 10 per cent, per month on every dollar invested iuside of six months, and will bo worth par inside of twelve months. This is the best investment for the money ?hat has ever been offered to the investing public. The stock is fully paid and non-aspessable. For further particulars, prospectus, report on mine, references, etc., address OZARK MINING & MILLING CO. Moscow, Idaho, IT rwjs. THE report that we will quit busi ness and leave, town is a fake. We havo made arrangements to reraaiu at our old stand until our new building is completed, which will bo by January 1. You "ill find us with a big stock of all the gnndH we have haudled for years. The old Blue Front will bs used as a wnreroom for buggies, eto. We sold our old. stand and purchased the corner lot near the court house pimply beeausn it hi a better retail staud. Bring your'frieuds and come to seo us- Noble Bros., Hardware Dealers. 0 Exchange Ranees Empire Raooes ALL kinds oi Buggy Work done, such as Painting, Trimming, Blacksmithing an I Woodwork. Also new work built to order. ALLEN East Broadway J V4 'V ' .1 a?