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Klndnett to a PrUoner Cost a Vlnlta Attorney $250. Vlnlta. I. T.. Dec. 2S. A man was brought In here yesterday and put Jail on a chars cf burnWK hoy starts ana with shooting at K. C. Part at Gholsoa. Attorney W. H. Kornegay wn rapteyed to represent the prteoaer ami gave bond for him In I W to take Harris up to his oce. While la the law efflee Harris escape and this morning Attorney Koraogay Is "mand lag goo" for ?M0 for the appearance of Harrta. The bond was J dared for-fettcHi. Health and Beauty. A poor complexion Is usually the re sult of a torpW liver or Irregular ac tion of the bowels. Uales nature's refuse Is carried off It will surely cause Impure blood. Masplos. bolls and other oruptlons follow. This Is nature's method of throwing off the poisons which Ujc bowels failed to re move DeWltt's Uttle Barly Risers are worWs famous for remedying Oils con dition. Thoy stimulate the liver and promoto regular and healthy action of the bowels but never cause griping, cramps or distress. Safe pills. City Drug Store. r BURNED IN HIS SHANTY. Old Negro Hoarding Probably Cost Him His Life. Guthrie .0. T Dec. IS. At 2 "clock this morning a shanty bolonglng to an aged ng.o named Tom Owens was diseavored on fire and by the time the fireman arrived nothing was loft of the shanty Tout a few hinting Joists. In grappltas; the fire hooks to pull down thee JoSMs om of the Bremen dlecor ore til body of the old bum lying In ta narrow space between the stove and whore the side of the shanty had boon. An employe of the Santn Fe de jiot sum Unit ho saw a man running from the place Just as the fire was dis covered, and It u believed that the old man was murdered for the few dollars he had hoarded and the building fired to hide the crime. The dead nearo claimed to be over a hundred years old and at one lime a fclave of Andrew Jackson. Gainesville Notes. Wnat did you mean; u aas Tar uou- Th rtealstor ears, while sitting In der feller's faulL ae var talkln1 bout his office this morning about 11 o'clock raisin' te assessment an das mok me r, . . - i. ..,.,.nt- .triri-an hot. "And rou said yaud 'was in, with a severe stroke of paralysis. He was removed to his home on North Taylor street where he now is. He has been unconscious from the mo ment of the stroke and all efforts up to I: JO o'clock to revive him bad prov enen fruitless. Hie condition Is regard ed as very critical. Mr. Adams, boat known ae "Axe Han die" Adams, hocauas he mad and sold these articles, was found dead la his bod this moraine at his home north of the McAfee crossing. It i supposed that he died tome time during the night and that his death was sudden and without warnuig as no one In the house was aware of his having passed away until tals morning. A subscription was taken tats afternoon b member of the Confederate camp ? wfcirh he tras a member, to defray his lun;ml expenses, as the old man was without means. What did that mean? "Veil, et meant det Aye var merabor an" haf yourst so motch to say as anybody." Wjhen you "said 'I'll open It.' what did you meant" "Some feller could not get Into the doo. Aye tank. You seo dear vlfe. et Is lock all tarn." "Once or twice I beard yan said. 'It s a show down.' What does that mean?'' "Hutdah, Aye haf no right to tat yo tengs outside of te lodge but Aye will tat ye dis: Das means In lodge language, "God blase mac home." The Best Platter. A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound to the affected parts Is superior to any plaster. When troubled with lame back or pains In the side or chest, give It a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt rellof which It affords. Pain Dalm also cures rheumatism. One application gives re- For sale by City Drug Store and F. F. J. llamsey. J. W. Bryan of Lowder. Ills writes: My little boy was very low with pneu monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave him Foley's Honor and Tar. The result was magical and puisled the doctor, as It Immediately stopped the racking cough and he quickly recover ed." Bonner & Bonner. Insure your property with the I I Tyer agency. Fire and tornado insur anee. dS-lm For broken limbs, chilblains, burns. scalds, bruised shins, eorc throat, and sores of every kind, apply Ballard's Snow Liniment It will give Immediate rellof and heal any wound. Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. W. B. Frame, City Drug Store. Saved His Life. "I wish to say that 1 feol 1 owe my life to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure." writes H. C. Chrastenson of Hayfleld. Minn. "For three years I was troubled with dys rensi& so that I could not hold nothing on ray stomach. Many times I would I exception of brunettes be unable to retain a morsel oi ioou. m it t M ...... I ... Ka1 Doctors said I could not live. I read f-Q I ey S tlOTiey end I Q.r All Is fair In love and war with the one of your advertisements on Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and thought It fit my case and commenced its use. I began to Improve from the first bottle. Now I am cured and recommend It to all." Dteeet your food. Cures all stomach troubles. City Drug Store, Christmas presents are now la order. Why not send the Dally or Weekly Ardmoreito to your friend back In the old states! You know It would be ap ! predated for YOU never write a word. cures coWc nrrvenrs pneumonia. As some spoiled mortals see It. "free list suspended" Is a declaration of war. Don't forest the city Uvary stable far the swoHost turnouts in -he city. Phonne 27. T. B. CATHEY. Prop 26.1m Heaven Help Us. The disposition of children largely depends upon health. If they are troubled with worms, they will bo Ir ritable. cross, feverish, and perhaps seriously sick. White's Cream Vermi fuge Is a worm expeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheerful. Price 15 cts. W. B. Frame, City Drag Store. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Anent the Death of J. N. Worthy, Mem ber John H. Morgan Camp. Whereas. Our late comrade, John N. Worthy has departed this life and will no longer meet with us around the campflre; and Whereas, curing his life he was an upright cltisen and a brave soldier. He Joined the Confederate service In ISO, was taken prisoner shortly af terward during a skirmish at Port Hudson. Bscaped and Joined his regi' raent at .Manilla, .miss., upon many battlefield he upheld the flag we all love, and finally surrendered at Cltro- nel. Ala.. 1S6 .J. N. Worthy was a dutiful husband and father. He died on the th day of November. -1001. at Bltoxi. Miss. It Is therefor Resolved. That in the death of Com rade Worthy our camp has lost one of Its most worthy members; our country has lost an upright citizen, and his family a loving husband and father. Resolved. That we extend to the family our most sincere sympathies: that a copy of these resolutions be fur nlsbed to his family, a copy furnished to the dally papors of Ardmore. and that thoy be spread upon the minutes of this camp, and that our earap be draped In mourning for thirty days. J. R. PULLIAM. G. H. BRUCE, J. W. GOLLEDGE. A. C YOUNG is moving stock of his Fur- mure Cruce to the B'ld'g, Opposite Post Office. It will be some centuries yet before boy dislikes the smell of Pneumenla Prevented. Amoax the tens of thousands who have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for the small colds and la grippe during the past powder. tew years, to our Knowledge, not a " Thos. Whitfield & Co.. 240 Wabash FOleyS IlOney and TaT avenue. C tiles co. one ot tne mosi prominent retail druggists In that city In sneaklnc of this, says: "We recom mend Chamberlain s cougn itemeay I- tmm I -t mnn M 1 a 1 t Tt In our troubles, but use Hunt's Cure ' .71 ZL for itch tetter rl Ucblngj- - piles and eczema. Guaranteed. . , aexlmonta." For sale by Clttv Drug Store and t-. J. Ramsey. I VS&S fo- nhitdrcn.nfr-suT. AVj opiates. All Christmas Day lacked was a few lncnee of snow. Tammany Turned Down. New York. Dec. 2S. That Soth Low , xvlll n-m. th. mayor's ofltt and I ' WOmn who kn0W hoW . . .... t.. i. 'dree herself knows very Utile about out on Wednesday next Is the topic dressing a turkey Just to ijku mierosis I A cold, cough or la grippe can be "nip- now. Mr. Low has made unique prepar-1 ln .j, a or two of attoM for tanlnc charav of the city ! Foley's Honor and Tar. Beware of 1 substitutes. Bonner Bonner. rantod a suite of owcaa. ukug an en tire floor of an omce bnildlng on Mad kioa Square. This was fitted up with flasks, typewriters, etc.. and a squad of clerks and assteuuris were employ 04. Than the mayor-elect was ready tor hsittnasa, The buaineas was to conduct a city gavaramant In futurity. Bach depart moat of the city government was In aulrnd Into, and a man selected to suc caad the present Tummany Incumbent at tha head of that department. The methods of the department were laves tgated and a decision reached as to what changes would be made In those methods after January 1st. The work was thoroughly done, and all has now bean fixed. Nearly all tha appointments have been announced and they have been of a conspicuously high order and on January 1st. all that will bo neeeeeary will be for Mr. lxw to sign a number of papers mak lng his desires of legal effect. The new auministratioB win taea be ready to proceed to its work of reform. Just as if the new Incumbents had their two months' training actually in omce. The name on an umbrella doesn't necessarily belong to the man who has the umbrella. Saw Death Near. 'It often made my heart ache," writes L. C. Over-street, of Elgin. Tean 'to hear m? wife cough until It seemed her weak and sore lungs would col lapea. Good doctors said she was so far gone with consumption that no medicine or earthly help could save her. but a friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery and persistent use of this excellent medicine sated her life." It's absolutely guaranteed for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung diseases. 50c and $1 at W. B. Frame. Free medical advice. Men and worn en suffering from chronic disease are entitled to consult Dr. Pierce. Bui falo. N. Y.. by letter, abeolutey without fee or charge. For more than thirty years as chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In stitute of Buffalo. N. Y.. Doctor Pierce has devoted himself to the treatment aci cure of chronic forms of disease Assisted by his staff of nearly a score cf physicians, eacu man a specialist. succe.it has oeen phenomlnal. ninety-eight p.-. oon of every hundred treat being absolutely and altogether cur ed. Women have especially availed themselves of Dr. Pierce's offer of free consultation by letter, thereby avoid ing unpleasant questionings, the ob noxious examinations, and odious lo cal treatments considered necessary or some practitioners, uver nair a million women have boea treated by Dr. Pierce and his staff for diseases peculiar to women, with unvarying success. Write without fear as with out fee. Every letter is treated as strictly private and sacredly confiden UaL and all answers are sent in plain envelops, bearing no printing upon them. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce. World s Dispensary Medical Association. Buf falo. X. Y. Deafness Cannot be Cures' toy local applications, as they cannot reacn tne diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf nana, and that is by constltuttona) rem eat tea, Deafnee a caused by an in flamed condiUou of the mucous lining m imm muMacniou rut, when this tabs gets inflamed you have a rumb ling sound of imperfect heerles. and wnen K is entirely cloeed deafness is tne reeau. nod unless the In asm ma "on can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hear ing win be destroyed forever: nta oases out of ten are caused by catarrn which It nothing but aa Inflamed oanditioa of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case ef deafness (canted by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for etrca lars, free. F. J. Cheney i- Co . Toledo, a Sold hy DrugtJet. 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Ho Is a good physician who adsnia iisterft medicine to the heart in the shape of wit and humor Satisfied People nro, the best advertisers for Foley's Honey and Tat and all who use It agree tuat It Is a splendid remedy for coughs colds, or sore lungs. Bonner & Bonner. There are few ailments so uncom fortable as nlles. but they can easily be cured by using Tablsr's Buckeye Pile Ointment Relief follows use. and any one suffering fom piles can not afford to neglect to give it a trial. Price. 50 eta. In bottles, tubes "5 cts. W. B. Frame, City Drug Store. True love doesn't cut much congeal ed aqua pura In a divorce case. It Is getting so that the wants credit for what he does take It. who must Have you a cold? A dose of Ballard's Horehouna Syrup at bed-time will re move It. Price 2o cts. W. B. Fiame City Drug Store. Dr. Echols will be at the WhltUngton hotel every Monday, from 1 to 4 p.m. Practice llmltod to disease of the eye. ear. nose and throat. Errors of re fraction corrected. 19-tf Frisco Syttem. Has put on a new train known as the OKLAHOMA LIMITED" between Ok- 'homa City and Kansas City. This Is .He fastest and finest equipped train out of Oklahoma for Kansas City, St. Louis and Memphis. The "OKLAHOMA LIMITED" leaves Oklahoma Ctty at 6:10 p. nu arriving at Kansas City 7: 10 next morning. St. Louis i.ii p. nu and Memphis 6:00 p. m. It eoe.tu of hag gage car. three (3) chair cars, and one (1) Pullman. The PaUmaa sleeper and one ensir ear goes throagh to Causae City without chance, one chair car through to SC Louis, and one through to Memphis. The return train leaves Kansas City f :I0 p. m- arrtvteg at Oklahoma Ctty lt:U a. m. Further information ragarduat; rates. Ume etc.. will he cseerfaDy gleea by any Frisco System Agent or the under signed. B. F. DUNN. District Passenger Agent. Wichita. Kansas. S. S. COL Photos by iDStantancons and Flash Light Processes. Why send pictures away to have them enlarged and ran the risk of losing them when yon cin get the work done at home! Stud o over Randol's store, Ardmore. I T. from WM Mi Tn an Prose Quotations Poetical Quotations I Courtship of Miles i Standish r Light of Asia John Milton LoDgtellow'sPoems Padded Leu her Bindings $1 each Evangeline lliawatba Courtship of ...Standish Farcy Cloth Binding Illustrated 75c each Watered Silk and i red limp Leather, IQOC bandy volume size, i each popular tit.es ' Miscellaneous History and Fiction at various prices. Colemao Bros., drogs and books P H O T O G R A P H E R Hogan's Alley. u Hognn's Alley, that very ("extrava gant farce comedy, has can sad more laughter than any similar orpamri Uon, The piece has had an exc;?;ir:.a; long run. this being the fo-:"'i seasoc Joe Plynn Is widely kno-. a-. Irish King and he has &urror..iJ: j him self with a capable company of far ceurers .nraoos them being Floradore. mho created such a sensation in the cast with her grace and beauty. Matt Kussell. the famous Dutch comedian, noted for his funny songs and aoao losus. Tot Young, the bank) wlaard. the Trix Trio, noted exceatrktue sing ers and dancers, are among tne Im portant members. The company make their initial bow before aa Ardmore audience. Wednesday nicht, Jaa. l. 1902. Among the singing features of this company are sung "Go Way Back and Sit Down." Floradore Quartette. -Every Nigger Had a Raglan On." Mr Harry Clinton Sawyer, the celebrated song delineator. Is especially engaged with this attraction to produce his singing specialties which &jways re ceive at ovat.m WOOD YARD North Caddo Street. PHONE 116. BEST QUALITY OF COOK AND HEATER WOOD. L, B. Roberson, Prop, Surpassing nil other lines in TRACK, TIME, SERVICE, EATING HOUSE the latter the Quest in the world. All locomotives are beinc fitted with Oil Burners (No cinders.) V S Eeenan.6 P A Galveston. CURE YOURSELF ! 4WchjarC,BflaaIhatt r". trr uu-ai ir ol-rMi a Msvtar. ci rtntuai iyninr :uTD.BfJj Soia Drnnriiti, HOTEL HAMPTON Pauls Vallev, I. T. Everything new and first-class. Special attention given to transient trade. Best sample rooms in the city. Pate;- $2 per day. MULES WANTED ! A story Is told ef a Swede oat In Kansas who stayed out hue one night. and at breakfast the next morahashht pood wife II ales demanded an expla nation- "Where were yo last nlghtr she asked In a before hreatefaet tone of voice. -Ve haf a special meetfn of te lodge. Hutdah. aa' Aye var ear. yu bat your boots." "What did you do a., the Jodjer "Vast eferythlng for te snta of te order." "Last night you were tilting in year sleep, aad you said something about two cent limit Coal vs. Clinkers If clinkers were a penny a ton you . wouldn't boy thtn to beat with, yet yon pay the coal price for tbem ; wben tub bay poor coal. Ever ' . i .1 .a w uube oi man .. .. Let us nilyonr bias "with the kind of CSZl till EifiS 13 iSttS. ARDMORE ICE GO. 3 If iu sias ou want try Wiles A Perfect Health Brea& TrTTTr?TT SPEIGLB'S BAKERY, One block south of postofllce. House Moving See TOLBURT before letting your work. Has jut rcceiyed new timbers. Inquire Xo. 120 Sixth Avenue, between Washington and A St., Northeast. Brain Bread" is superior in quality and tasU to aur other bread we havei evr baked, and that's saying I a sj eat deal. Purina "Brain Brrsd" contains all the ele- mf-iits ot bluterean wheat the best crown, which insur es proper nourishment for ev ery part of your body; unlike most health bread, it's deli cious to the taste. Our trade is rapidly increasing because we bake Pnriua "Brain Bread" fresh every day. A trial loaf will convince vou of the truth. J. H. SPEIGLE, WE GUARANTEE Dr. CaldvreH'H Syrup Pepsin to cure any ca-e of Constlpatiun, Indigestion, Sick Ilcndachc or Stomach Trouble whoc tA&cii according to directions. v?C irO ls;cs;-i-sj a: DR. W. C CALDWELL If. after taking two-thlrda a fifty cent or one dollar bottle, it fails to do a represented, wo will refund the purchase price ?PSIH SYRUP COMPAKY, !t?,NNT0f8c.lw' 1 want mules from C to 8 yearn old, 14 hands up. Bring vour mules to the Leon Wagon Yard and recieve the highest mnrkut price. ALWAYS SEK BOWLES. HE HAS NO AGENTS. J. E. BOWLES. has imitat-TO-sftn? ck-ahrs will substitute ;f ou don't watch out. Be sure ou get ' Coke, the original eua'rantecd cure for IXtndrurT. falling hair, scalp exema. etc A dash on thu hair alter lathing pre cnts roltls. Awarded medals ami all honors at P.-iris Fipo sition ocr all cornet it. rs., ScU lit cry n here, Uoek lut It inc. tl.A.1 l HUMh.H ... - Urlr.!ti V. R. tlRUAlim CO., CHICAaO. j i ii fcmnii nj i i J LI jj,mj ,.t Goke Shampoo & Toilet Soap cIimiw tho Itatr awl .ialp." t i icios llio oomplexion. Great W. II. FRAME, DniKljt. t