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Tlio following la tlio list of letters remaining unclaimed In tlio Pest Of fice at Artlmore, I. T., for tlio week ending Jan. IB, 1002: Ladles. Austin, Miss Emily. Drown, Ml-s Mary 13. Hrumloy, Mis. Molllo. Cherry, Miss Alice. Davis, Miss Mn. Davis, Mrs. Izora. Graham, Mrs. Mlunlo. llnrdy, Adllno. Hondorson, Mrs. Goo. Hldor, Mrs. Molllo. Holdfonl, Miss Aniolla (2) ' Holdford, Miss Hattlo. Jonos, Mrs. I.llllo I). Larson, Mrs. Leonard. Long, Mrs. J. M arson, 'Miss Joslo. Mitchell, Mrs. Maria. Morse, Miss May. McLano, Mrs. S. A. Murhln, Mrs. Knrrlo. Murphy, Miss Mamlo. Pntton, Mrs. S. A. 1'ottltt, Mrs. Goo. M. Porter, Miss Katlo. Smith, Mrs. Martha J. , Turnor, Miss Vadlo. Turner, Miss Bettla. Wndo, Mrs. Mario. Watson, Mrs. K. 0. Whltloy. Mrs. Madia. Wharton, Llzzlo. Wirt. Mrs. Hattle. Woodard, Miss Kiln. Winn, Miss Octavla. Gentlemen. Andorson, Lyod. Bennett, Potor. Boll, Chnrloy. Ulack, Ed. Ponds, Horry. Barton, O. Drnum, J. W. Chltwood, M. Cox, Doso. Collins, Geo. Collins, William 1). Cranflll. Dr. A. G. Currle, Will. Davis, Albert. Davidson, I. T. Donnldson, P. II. Gnrnor, J. J. Garner, T. M. Gholson, Fred. Gilbert, Harry. Goodson, George. Grlmos. W. J. Hnrrls, J. W. Harper, W. II. (2) Handon, Wiley. Holt, Lonnlo. Holbrook, J. .1. Fowler, A. B. Johnstone, E. C. Love, W. L. Lopf, Fred. Massey. James. Mason, W. L. Mitchell, W. M. Mooro, Thomas. . . McGlasson, J. M. McKay, John. ' McKlnzle, Mitchell. , ' J. Murphoy, J. Murray, J. W. Tattln, Hen. Ferryman, Geo. Petors, It. C. Rollsdn, iiarnoy. Itohlnson, P. G. Sherman, Rout. Simpson, Thorntoi Simpson, W. L. Stephens, Mooro & Thornton, C. J. ' Thornton, Charles. TJmphrey, fL J. Waldon, Tom. Wiley. .Wilson, S. A. Wright, Felix. Persons desiring the abovo will please call for advertised letters. DAVID REDFIELD. P. M. Don't forgot tho city livery stable for tho swellost turnouts In '.bo city. Phonno 27. T. D. CATHEY, Prop 25-lni SANTA FE EXCURSIONS. Annual Meeting Oklahoma Live Stock Asoclatlon, Wichita, Kan. Dates of salo'Fob. 10th, Uih nnd 12th 1002. Limited to Fob. ICth, 1002 for roturn. One faro for round trip. " Children Especially Liable. Hums, brulsos nnd cuts nro ex- tromoly painful nnd If neglected often result In blood poisoning. Children ere esnedully liable to such mlshnpH because not so careful. As a remedy DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo Is un equalled. Draws out tho flro, stops tut) nnln. soon heals tho wound. Be- wtuo of countorfolts. Sura cure for p'Jes. "DoWltfs Witch Hazel Salvo cured my baby of eczema after two physicians gave her up," writes James Moek. N. Wobstor. Ind. "Tho sores wero so bad sho soiled two to fivo dresses a daya." City Drug Store. Don't wait; I am selling everything at cost for 30 daya to rai3e monoy to nav debts. (10-tf) ED ItlNGEIt. Jet your sprlwj draperies at cost at Leatherwood & FIoMt'b. 16-3t Asa's Tin Shop ! Mm. ' Jrder ASA HULMAN Practical Tinner Garland The World's best Stevens, Kennerly & stoves - in a car of Cook btoves, Kanges ana Heaters. Come in and New fliuminized Ranoes ...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 The New Empire Ranges' at our store. Everything in the line of Cook ing Stoves and up to found at STEVENS, KENNERLY & SPRAGINS CO. m I use the best tire on the SOLID' RUBBER TIRE, guaranteed to be pure rubber. We have a machine lor resetting all kinds of rubber tires and guarantee to do the work as Kansas Lity or bt. Louis. PHONE D. E. 07 GO TO. W. J. BROWN'S.. When iu need nf a Uoflln, Casket, Hobo, Shoes, Iiose, Gloves or anything in his line, llo has tho Undertaker's Goods notice, and satisfaction guaranteed in tho more. T. C. BRI K. J. SiMrsoN, Proprietor. BEST $2 a day house on the Santa Fe. Special atten tion given to commercial men. Sample rooms free. New management throughont. Purcell, I. T. note ton Sole Aent lor and Plumber. Ranoes you can sec them at Sprapins Co. We have look at the date Ranges can be Specialty of New. Rubber Tires Kansas City and St. ituls Prices. market THE COODYEAR as well and for the same price ALLEN East Uroariwa) Undertaking Establishment lnrce,st ami most complete lino o in tho Indian Territory. Ilia prices are tho cheapest. Embalming dono on short in every particular. A man sleeps DOMAIN, manager. Choice Meats Trueloye & Pyeatt Nut Dsijf ffMtoI FMt Office. lEverytiiing! in i n I to raise money to pay the of RfiNGER BROS. I ED TUiiutumuuuMwiuutmmMiiiuuK WILL OPEN COAL MINES. Henryetta Mines Which Have Been Closed Down Will Open. Henryetta, I. T., Jan. 18. For sonio limo, owing to tho death of Col. Ed H. Drown, the coal mines nt this place havo boon shut down, but mattors have boon adjusted and work com menced again nnd a largo force uro putting out tho black diamonds nt a lively rato. Worlc will also be com menced on a spur from tlio main lino of tho Frisco to tho mines, a dlstanco vt about lMt miles. M. O. Wnllnco of Fort Smith, Ark., has tho Job of grad ing. Hooker & Crafton began Monday last to open up another slopo about two miles northeast of town, and will push tho work as rapidly as possible A. spur will also bo built in this mlno In tho near future or as soon as Uio slopo is opened up sufficiently to war rant its construction. It is expected things In the coal mining line will bo pretty lively here this spring., as a number of companies are preparing for actlvo operations. Wo havo as good coal as tho Territory affords nnd tho quantity is unlimited. It is a great mystery to mo why moro railroads do not got Into this field, thoy talk about South McAlcs tcr, Coalgato and other coal points, a much greater dlstanco away and no better coal or ns good a route. Hero In almost tho center of tho great Crook Nation is a great doposit of Fplendld coal, on cxcollcnt farming and stock raising country and only one railroad. Ise,oms to mo that rail road mon aroyerlooklng a good bot. A Cure for Lumbago. W. C. Wllllnmscn. or Amherst. Va.. says: "For moro thnn a year I suf fered from lumbago. 1 finally trlod Chamberlain s, Pain Calm ami It guvoJ mo eniiro reiier.wnicn, an oilier rome dies had fallocl to, do." Sold by CltVi l ' T T Tl .. . It Is getting so that no gentleman enn afford to sit down In a street car. N. Jackson, Danville, 111., writes "My daughter had a scvero attack of la grlppo and a terrible cough Bet tied on her lungs. Wo tried a great many remedies without giving relief. Sho tried Foley's Honey and Tar which cured her. Bho has novor boen troubled with a cough sinco." BONNER & DONNEIt. "To always bo happy, ubo Ited Cross Dag Blue. Refuse Imitations." BANNER SALVE tho most noallna salvo In tho world. the Store POST J J KJ I Yours Respectfully, RINGER I Oklahoma Live Stock Association. Tho ono faro rato mado by all rail roads for round trip to Wichita, Kan sas and return on tho dntcs of tlio 8th Annual Convention of tho Oklnho v. LIvo Stock Association. Feb. 11, li nnd 13th, next is effoctivo on 10th nnd 11th going, limited to roturn on tho 15th. A splendid program has bcru propnred and Wichita will entertain royally nil who may conio. Among tho features of special Interest nro special sales of registered cattlo and horsey. tho regular convention program, rop ing nnd riding contests for purses, open packing houses and stock yenrds to nil visitors nnd tho annual Cattle mens Hall. A cordial Invitation to at tend is extended to ovcryono. Remem ber tho dates! Many an Innocent Httlo darling Is suffering untold agony nnd cannot ex plain its troubles. Mark your child s symptoms, you may find it troubled with worms; glvoltWHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE and restoro it to Quiet ness nnd health. Prico25 cents. W. D. Franio, City Drug Storo. Dr. A. K. Collins, veterinary sur geon, olllce at White- & Smith's barn. All calls answered promptly day or night. 15-lm TADLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT Is tho only remedy for blind, bleeding of protruding piles, Indorsed by physicians; cures tho most obsti nate ensos. Frico 50 cents in bottles. Tubes 75 conts. W. U. Framo, City Drug Storo. If you want a nice- u.-.ibrolln do not buy until you boo Loathorwood & Floldcr's 3tock IWt Best of tho season Florldini, ' Indigestion, dyspepsia and blllousiieiw quick ly yield to tlir clcunlut; and purifying qualities .contniiird In Johnmou'a Sarsaparilla, uart tollies." Farm for Rent, Three hundred ncres of pralrlo land. MULLEN & MULLEN. lOd&w tf Ardmoro I. 'C Going to havo n coal famlno. I'laco your order now with I.nldlaw. C tf You cant find bettor coal than La'd law sells. If you aro not a regular customer, try their coal once. 13tf Chapped hands, cracked Hps and roughness of tho skin cured quickly by Banner Salve, tho most healing ointment in tho world. BONNER & BONNER, -5- SHADOWED BY OFFICERS. Two Men Enter the City Looking Cndavcrouo and Hungry, A few dnys ngo, a couplo of fellows not any too well drossod, landed In town from I-iwton, O. T. Thoy hail a look on their pnlo, hungry faces which mado tho officer on duty think thoy would bear watching. Tho couplo camo up from tho depot passed the Whlttlngtou hotel, reading signs ns they camo along, as though thoy were looking for somo placo. Tho officer wntched thorn tho closer, fpr he thought ho had their description In his pocket. "When tho men passed tho Cincinnati racket storo they seemed to sco some thing ahead that tlioy had been look ing for, for they Droko Into a run and turned In to A. S. Pulllams's meat market, whoro thoy Joined tho ereat throng who wero buying tender beof steak, pork chops, mutton chops, sparo ribs, backbono, nnd other good things kopt by Messrs. A. S. Pulllam & Co. W. L. Ynncy, Pnducah, Ky., writes: "I had a sovero case of kidney dlseaBQ and thrco of tho best physlclanB In southern Kontucky treated mo with out success. I was ..induced to try Foley's Kldnev Cure. Tim flrnf linHIn gavo Immedlato rollof and threo bot tles cured mo permanently. I gladly recommend this wonderful remedy." iuiio no suusiiiuie. BONNER & BONNER. Tho supornntural Is supppsed to be that portion, of tho natural that wo do not understand. Persons who lead a llfo of oxposuro nro subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lumbago, will find a valuable rem edy In BALLARD'? SNOW LINI MENT; it will banish pains and sub duu inflnmmation. Price 25 and 53 cents. W. B. Frame, City Drug Storo. Plonty df oil nnd dollar corn nro strong arguments for tho automobile. IF BANNER SALVE does't cure your plies, your monoy will bo returned. It Is tho most heal ing medicine. BONNER & BONNER. In caso Miss Stono Is liberated sho will doubtless uso tho mails horeafter In her efforts to couvort Bulgaria. Tho worst after effects of Influenza arise from doranged functions of tho liver, Clear tho blood at ouco with Herblno for it will .strengthen tho llvor to withdraw from circulation tho biliary poisons. Price CO cents. W. B. Frame, City Drug Store.