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MONDAY. The LailloB of tho I-caf met a iib ttnl last Monday ami had a very In terotlriK time, (ho subject being "TIip Doclslvo Ilnttlca of tho Itcvoltitl'jn. the Navy at that time and the Pre onl, and Discussion of tho Character of Paul Jones." TUESDAY. The Ladles Aid Society of the First Preshytcrlan Church met with Mrs. Bleakmore. Thoy had n good attend ance, pood collection. Rood hislno8 mooting. Dainty rofreshmen'.s were sorved, they had a fine tlno and a new member was addml. Man thanks to Mrs. llleakmore. Tho society will meet with Mrs. C. O. Uunn next Tues day. WRDNKSDAY. The OlbMin Olrls (tho Whist Club), met with Miss Junnle Uutt, and were iorvwl with dollRhtful rofrcbhmonU, conslstlnR of oyster solnd. French ear dines, chces straws and lettuce, fruit punch and delicious enke. Tho Club prlie wns won by Miss Kffle Pulllam. tho puost prlie by Mln Hay Almond of Oalnosvllle. the booby by Mrs. Mitchell Ilonnor. THURSDAY. The Kuchr Club met with Mrs. Fred Gates, and wero served with dainty refreshments. The club prlie was won by Mm. IJ. A. Simpson, tho Kuest prlzo by Miss Jcnnlo Hutt. All were enthusiastic In their playing and profuse In their thanks for such a de lightful afternoon. FRIDAY. Friday afternoon Mrs. Nelso Cole man ontortalnod at whist, nselstcd by Airs. Tom Graham and Mrs. Do Hlako. Luncheon was served In two courses lobular salad, ollvim and lettuce; sec ond, sherbet and cake. The first prise was a beautiful gold candlestick, which was won by Mrs. K. H. Gull lot; consolation prise by Miss Hells Townwntl. Tho counter, used In the game were very unique, bolng little negroes In a peanut shell. The cards wero arranged In a very artistic man ner, and much taste was displayed, nil of which wont to prove Mrs. Cole man an Ideal hostess. FRIDAY NIGHT. Tho Christian Kndonvor Society served refreshments Friday night at tho PIrst Presbyterian church and had an excellent time. About J5.SS was roallied, which will he appro priated to somo good cause. Tho Gibson Girls entertained at Mm. F. J. Ramey's, Friday evening m Whist. Tho rooms woro very taste fully decorated In Club colors. Punth served throughout tho evening. Club prizes won by (he Misses S(ansell. Guest prizes, Miss Pester, Mossrs. Muniesholmer and Whiteman. Dainty refreshments were served at tho com pletion of the game. Thoso proeer.t. Misses King, Green, Pulllam, Illnka, Stuart, Williams, Stansell, Lodbuttor Uutt. Gardonhlre, Mullen, Southorn, Pester, Miss Almond of Galnesvlll. Messrs. lloyd. Ford, Horn, Johnson, Hlnklo, Kearnoy, Schnoldor, Munzet helmor, Wolvorton. DnbbB. Whiteman. Jones. Cannon and llerkshlro Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Ilonnor, Mr. and Mr. Ho Illake. OVERBURDENED. The FRvptian wodmii looks greatly ovfiburdctud, and yet the physical bur ilens she curries will not compare with the burdens borne by tunny tin American woman. There is no Imt'U'ii Iik the lnir deii i't di:.. The wonwi who iufTers from inflammation or ulceration, lear-ing-doHti naini.uesV pack ami nervvi. f T ill I ryv, J f new, bean a ljutdtn sAJXwl ;li crushes ...r MI hfT l'.very woman r should know tliat Pr Pierce's l'avorit- weak notnen (.troti a n il sick women well. It cure the ! womanly niicnse which cnuv! weak- It qnieU (lie nerves, cure the aching birfc ami tlirobUng and g i v e ilfngth for wifely crt and maternal "'hn t Iril wrote 'n rau I wi in bad cnti'llllon u! h1 ilmul niwn up "my Mm HelU Slider of WilVf.-HIU. Vinton Co. Olilo M wiflVrin; frotn fmwle trouble of the wl Vlwl . I ftmWn't -at anything without tHffrrlnij ttrl dilf". throat I'utl me by ptl, w ttrv., ami nV, Hal numb htftn'.fin'i rm. heart -oi4 vjaln all triroMgh my lvl)r and ath.njr Head ainl utck It emeU that I comM not wotkdall I col t)r Itcrct'a mMMnr anl took it iirrtM. mil th firat wl it wra n to help me I took thrte Ixittln n4 am ifU-1 tn my that it did rat mote good I ha all thr other medicine I ever tujk. 1 leel better than I hae foe jrr Pr. Iierce' Medical Adviser, in paper coven, I ent f' fe "n receipt of 21 one cent turnip to pay ex-nse of mail ing ""'. or If cloth bound volume is desired, ml 31 stamps. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, lluffalo. N. Y. v Photo's Free. For the benefit of tho children I will make, absolutely free, a fine large slze photo of every old gentleman or old lady on their "Oth birthday, or If o r 70 on tholr next birthday, they ar entltlod to a free photo by coming to my studio. This offer Is good all tlv time on your birthdays only until all persons over 70 years old have tr. pictures taken. Cut tills out and save It for fut n 'use an It may not appear again, S. S. COLB, Photographer A Chance for the Boy or Girl. Do you want to earn a beautiful watch. If so. n little time and energv will accomplish the result. The Rcllpse, that Is the name of this beau tiful watch, given awny free of charge with every 10 subscribers to The Weekly Journal. Our proposition: Any boy-or girl who will secure for us 10 subscrip tions to the Kansas City Weekly Jour nal at the regular subscription price SSc per yr each, making a total of 2.50, and send us the names and ad dresses, together with the money, we will mall to him or ner. postage pre paid one "Kcllpie" watch as de scribed below: The "Kcllpse" watch Is a beauty' Stem wind and stem set. open face. The "Bcllrtse" Is a watch that le a credit to anyone to carry as a time piece Now, boys and girls, hero Is your chance. See your nelghnors, your friends, your relatives, and get them to tubKiilie for The Weewly Journal It will only take you a little while to secure n list of ten subscribers and earn this beautiful watch we assure you Is worth the effort. Make your remittance by money order or draft and address all commu nlcntlons to TUB WEEKLY JOURNAL, Kansas City, o. F. L. Fuller wns up before Judge llradfonl yesterday, charged with dis turbing tho pence nt his placo. five mllus west of Cheek, on tho 8th of thl month. The testimony didn't seem to Justify tltu chant n"d be was dlsv mlssiKl. For faehlonnblt) drew making go to Mra. C. II. Webb on Srd ave. N. W. between C and D streets. 17-lm BELTS All the newofit novelties m belts nre to b had nt WESTHEIMER & DAUDE'S. Nothing too good for the old veter ans and their friends. Free Chair Cars by the "Choctaw Route" to tha Roun ion at Dallas In April. 9-ut Fine Groceries. Plttod nnd stuffed chorrlos, Lea nnd Porrln's sauce. Chill Sauce Indian relish Swet relish Swoet pickles Honey, Holnz"s Mustard Chow Chow Holland onions Fresh hrlmp Deviled crabs and shells Fresh croam chcc6o Frohh Turkish figs. Russian cavla ,, Saratoga chips- h v.iii(jikL'u mem linked beans, canned soup, oho high grade groceries of every other kind. J. A. SKIPWORTH. Sulky plows,, plenty of them, at Spraglns & Co'e. Call In and see them. Notice of Sale. Notice Is heroby glvon that 1, D. D. Hand, trustee of the ostate of E, W Morrison, bankrupt, of Mead, I. T., will proceed to soli to the highest bidder for cash In the town of Mead, I. T . at 12 o'clock noon, on the 29th, day of March 1902, all of the property be longing to said estate, consisting of a certain stock of drugs, appraised at $002., open accounts, face value about $r00. and all other property of said ostate. Said sale to be In the drug store of said Morrison. D. D. BOND. Trustee of K. W. Morrison. Bankrupt. First published March 18, PJ02. These Prices are Right. 20 lbs. sugar 1 4 packagos soda 25 -1 cans lye 25 1 bottle French Capers 25 Olives luc to 35 Evaporated Horse Radish 15 Tobasco Popperlne 15 Yucatan Sauce 15 Yacht Club Salad Dressing 25 Chow Chow, per battle 15 Royal relish, Swoot relish, Devil's hot, preserved peaches and plums, per jar 25 Celery, pepper and salt 10 Durkeo's salad dressing 25 Chill sauce 10 Quart bottle bluing 10 Horse Radish 15 Chill sage, per pound 25 Good Green or mixed ton -15 Baking powder, 25c size 15 Baking powder, 25c site 10 Corn, oats, hay, bran nnd other feed stuff at the lowest possible prices. Sweet pickles and sour pickles, and anything nnd everything good to eat at the lowest prices. S. E. JENKINS. Pneumonia Follows a Cold. But never follows tho uso of Fol oy'a Honey and Tar. It stops tho.cough hoals nnd strengthens the lungs and affords perfect security from an at tack of pneumonia. Refuse substltu tee. Bonner nnd Bonnor. If Senator Hoar anil others will leave off their raving over Aguinaldo we may agree to turn him loose and catch him ngnln. Deafness Cannot be Cured. by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of tho ear. Thero Is only one way to cure deafness and that Is by constitutional remedies. Denfnoss Is caused by an Indnmed con dition of tho mucuos lining o fthe Eustachian tube. When this tube Is In llnmed you have n rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It Is en tirely closed, denfnoss Is tho result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out. nnd this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever;nlne casos out of ten are causod by catarrh, which Is noth ing but nn lnllammed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso of denfnoss ( caused by atarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. J. F. Cheney & Co., Tolodo, O. Sold by Drlggists, 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills nro the host. llftw artt vnn nnvwnv? fir Pnlilu-nlVo Syrup Pepsin Is n perfect laxatlvo. Sold by W. B. Framo. Ardmore and Mudill. It Is better to get off on the wrong foot than to go nowhere. A Woman's Word of Praise. Neosho Falls. Knn., Nov. 13, 1901. Pepsin Syrup Co., Moutlcello, III. Dear Sirs: For nlmost fifteen years I suffered from Indigestion nnd laBt wlntor thought I would die, when my doctor, Dr. A. J. Llournnce, of this place, advised me to try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which I did, nnd two bottlos cured me. It not only relloved me, but it cured me so that 1 have not been troubled since. If nny ono should offer me $500 for tho good Syrup Pep sin has dono me I would not think of tnklng it In. No ono can tako your medi cine without being convinced of Its more than wondorful cures. I recom med It to all my friends as n laxative and stomach remedy. Yours with gratitude, Mrs. J. MORGAN. Sold by W. B. Frame, Ardmore and ..i.Kllll. Let your right hand' know every thing that your left hand does. Have you a cough? A dose of Bal lard's Horehound Syrup will relieve It. Price 25 cents and 50 cents. W. B. Frame, City Drug Store. A Severe Cold for Three Months. The following lettor from N. J. Nus baum, of Bntesvllle, Ind., tolls Its own story: "I suffered for three months with a severe cold. A druggist pre pared me somo medicine nnd a phy sician prescribed for me, yet 1 did ot improve. I then tried Foley s Honey and Tar, nnd eight doses cured mo." Refuse substitutes. Bnuncr and Bou ner. A man should not lose his temper oftener than once In ten years, and a politician never. Mnorn'R PHulrH nrn n minrnntomt cure tor all forms ot malaria, ague, chllla nnd fever, swamp fever, Jaun dice, mnlnrlnt fnvor lilllnna tnvnr Ml lousness. fetid lirpnth nnd n tlrml Hot, less feellng.Thoy cure rheumatism anu mo inssuuuo roiiowing mood poi son produced from malarial poisoning. No quinine. No anionic, acids or lrou. uo noi ruin siomacn nnu teotn. En tirely tnsteless. Price 60c per box. Dr. C. C. Mooro Co.. No. 310 North Main St., St. Louis. Mo. b'old by W. B. Framo, City Drug Store. Frisco System. Hns put on n now train known na the OKLAHOMA LIMITED" between at. laUoma City and Kansas City. This to vho fastest and finest eaulnned trnln out of Oklahoma for Kansas City, St. Louis and Memphis. Tho "OKLAHOMA LIMITED" loaves Oklnhoma City at 0:10 p. m., arching at Kansns City 7:40 noxt morning, St. Louis 5:35 p. m and Memphis 5:00 p. m. It consists of bae gago car. thrco (3) Chair cary. nnd ono (1) Pullman. Tho Pullman sleeper ana ono chair car goes through t ansae City without chnngo, one chal car through to St. Louis, nnd nn through to Memphis. The return train leaves KansaB uity :20 p. m.. arrlvl at Oklahoma City 10:55 a. m. Further Information regarding rates, lime etc., will bo cheerfully given b) any Frisco System Agent or tho under signed. b. F. DUNN. District Passenger Agent, Wichita, Kansas, That combli.atlon of either riding or walking cultivator at Williams, corhn & Co.V Is said to be the greatest thing of Ito kind on the mar- ket. Call at the store anno ak to see tills cultivator. 20-tf Graceful Women A (fiftlr Cor irrrrt figur U ItiM'tmr tilt fritu u liMt of tlie brKMtlf I hm c"U of the hehotfrtp, vinlet .if rote tr t (r at the oly rt"-vcr ''. hrrat' ihy tr, nd while ih llv f wrr r mf inf w can onljr nj'y tbcm f-tf 1 y I1 henuttfil vomn kIvv th i Iratur nf hr fra ifMMCtr)u trmtnrit blttn'ig 1 !i twt yur hf-th nf th I' fef4l - bo! .nno-nre mi health tl.a ift fraifron' of ha ttf'j oinm tirLett to t, rnft r "It jr. ha th and fi..np, U the reft'ieifiiMit ! cim 'atlor i the i iuAu atlte of u de rV- an Index m CvvU t-t;tr, anil an unefiinK t- "', nf nmt" 1 tty Braifiehi's Female Regulator In rfffiiintin I --Ne lunar rnm!i In women, per mit ot i. wrinkirf. pale rncek- tort -ml nervr and tnf t-fiurti. It M certain, -jr and tf. H.j Natilie'urwnrti.iin.lt'ifreUl oluch thln a rhfatinif nat irr. tlir dr K"t may offer vouianthcrremr-ily and rail It ' : tatirood tl.udrri .xtt the ptirchaftvr, but the niruttr ial orani will not be deceived by it, a permanent in-ury It ttli-ii the re tit I ty our Iti-itnlator. Uf all drueictttt, 1.00. Our TreatUf en Women inailrU frr. The Bradficld Regulator Co atlanta. oa. Every call given my personal atten tion. Phone 7-1 catches a carrlago day or night. T. E. CHOATE. Stf. Hay for Sale. I have hay for gale aj the following prices: Best, first cutting per bale 45c Second cutting, per bale 4"" Delivered anywhere In the city In quantities of not less than five baler;. See me or leave orders at Ardmore National Bank. 27-lm J. S. BOWMAN. Moro Is claimed for the Wnite Ele phant buggy, more Is oxpected of them and those who purchase them nre never disappointed. They arc absolute ly the best buggy on tho market 2"-tf WILLIAMS, COnilN & CO., Sole Agents. Fishing tackle to the nnglerl; con tent nt Williams, Corhn & Co's. Every size, shape, form, fashion of hook, lino or rod. Tim rnsnlte nf nn nvnr-intlulcpnce In food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort, by taking a row noses ot nomine, rnce ou cems W. B. Frame, City Drug Store. When Church White heard that his daughter married a preacher, ho said: "Well, I hopo the Lord will call him where they hang up the biggest purse." FREE CIGARS I?VKRY Saturday night at tho WlilttiiiKtoti hotel from this tlnto I will iIvp nway free 50 live cent clears, or their equivalent iu len cent clears, to holder of Iuuky ticket. With Cach 5c 0dr you ?ct I Tichet Withfach 10c Ciar you et 2 Tkhels You are entitled to any brand of CiuarB in my case. I am making a specialty of FIXE CIOAItS and can phase our palate. WHITTINGTON HOTEL FaLlLl-.4aV Charter Oak Stoves. For fifty-one years the standard cooking stoves of the world. A new car Just In at Williams, Corhn & Co's. Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. In the United States Court, in the In dian Territory, Southern District, at Pauls Valley, In Bankruptcy. In the matter of John C. Morgeson bnnkrupt, In bankruptcy. To the creditors of John C. Morgeson of Wynnewood, of Southern District, aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice Is horehy given that on the 17th day of March. 1002, tho said John C, Morgetion was duly adjudicated t bankrupt; and that tho first mcotlng of creditors will bo hold nt Pauls Val ley, In tho Southorn District, Indian Territory, on the 31st day of March, 1902, nt 10 o'clock In tho forenoon. nt which time nnd place the jnld cred itors mny nttond, provo th dr claims, appoint a trustee, oxnmlno tho bank rupt, nnd transact such other business as mny proporly como before said mooting. YEItKEH E. TAVLOU, Heforeo In Bankruptcy. First published Mnrch 19, 1902. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kid neys and bladder right. Contains noth ing Injurious. Bonner and Bonner. Warninrj Order. In tho United States- District Court In the Indian Territory, Southern Dis trict: W. L. Keel & Son, Plaintiff, vs. 5700 Brliikinnn, Itelnertsen & Co., Defendants, j The defendants, Brlnkman, Relnert Hen &. Co., nrof warned to appear In this Court In thirty days and answer the complaint of plaintiff, W. L. Keel & Son. Witness Hon. Hosea .Townsend, Judgo of said Court, and the seal thereof .this 19th day of March, 1902, (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. Potter & Potter, Attorneys. J. C. Thompson, Atty. for Non-Residents. First published March 19, 1902. A Successful Farmer A Successful Carpenter, a Successful Workman Must Have Good, Reliable Tools 0 t t For the farmer we have absolutely the best brands of wagons and $ agricultural implements. 1 The builder or carpenter will find Jir us with everything he needs in the 2 hardware line. S For the professional man and ev- $ erybody else we sell the White & Elephant buggy, best on earth. We supply your homes with the famous Charter Oak stoves and anything vou may need in tinware., j Uur prices and terms will please. & PS, CORHN & GO. I If WE III DOUBT.... 130UT the proper Spring Suitinc you want, come around and look through my stock of new Spring Woolens, lat est Scotch Novelties and Fancy Wors teds. If you are not in doubt come auy wty and bring jour friends with you. Nonr; b .t practical tailors employed in my shop, livery phce of work j,'oes out under my direct super vision S xteen years experience as a p.-ac'cal tailor and cutter. Fir-it National Bank Building. !. H. BID. k--m:--m--:--h- i Southern Product ! The BLEES-Mc-VICKER buggy, made in the South, "H"-H--M---n-M"i"i"H-? made to sen in this country, is better adapted to this climate and lasts longer here than any other buggy. We have a car just in. Also have on hands a big stock of the cele bratoc HYNES buggies. We are sole agents for this company. The best of everything in charriages you will find at our store. The time-honored wagons we handle are too ii i i wen Known 10 J-tt4...H..:.4..4..4..;.'X need any recommendation from us. If you want the best wagon buy one of these. 6alnesTll!e -:"H":-"-h--h--:---:--h----:'-4- i Dai n. Sprinlield, Olil I I V Ardmore Marietta STEVENS, KEHRLY I GI CO Wynnewood A Chance in a Lite Time to Invest on the ground floor with owners. In a developed free milling gold mine that has produced and has cxpoudea on It, Fifty. Thousand Dollars In dovtilorment on the led nd a complete five stamp mill, with all other necessary macelnery ready to ruu. The Ozark Is not a prospects but n mlnu that has produced. We are placing 100,000 shares of development stock at 25c per share. mltal stock 1,000,000 shares-par value l each- !'y paid and non-assessa 'o fur ther develop and put the propprtv n, tying balsls. A property lying near tho ur, ... jvvhoro as good a sh iui and very little development, sold last week to a New York syndicate fot 00.000. The Ozark will pay dividends and be worth par Inside of six months. Thli Is the host Investment for the money that has ever been oilertd to the In. vesting public. 1 Do not lose this opportunity. It will never come again. For further particulars, prospectus, report on mine, references, etc. OZARK MINING & MILLING CO. Mobcow, Idaho.