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BOERS DONT BUY AMMUNITION.,
Vt Have no Money to Pjrchaee Either ruiui.. I I Powder or Clothing. New Vorli. March 22. C. A. Weasels A. D. olmarens and J. M. DeBruyii, lloer delegates wlio liave besn In this country for some weeks sailed on the I,a Gascogne todny. Mr. Weasels. Mild ho did not believe the ammunition found In he ruins of the Hobokon fire was Intended for the Boers. "The Boers have no money to buy ammuni tion," said he. "but when they need any, all thoy havo to do la to capture a British convoy nnd they have enough to supply them for a long time. "The Boer-Brltlsh war will establish a precedent for other wars to come in the Inhuman fashion In which it is being carried on. 1 asked tha president to appoint a commission of army o Ul cers to review the conduct of the Boer IlrltlBh war but whether ho will do so, 1 cannot say.' Alluding to the atntomonta that the Uoers wear Urltlsh uniforms In battle Mr. Weasels said the Boers havo no uniforms of their own and therefore when they run out of wearing apparel of their own the only way that they are able to procure It la to take some British soldiers' clothes, from which he added, tho distinguishing marks were always removed even to cutting off the buttons. Having a Run on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Between tho hours of eleven o'clock a. m., nnd closing time nt night on Jnn. 25th, 1901, A. F. Clark, druggist, Glade Springs, Vn., sold twelve bot tles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He says, "I never handled a medicine that sold better or gave better satis faction to my customers." This rem edy has lipen In general uge In Vir ginia for man years, and the people there are well acquainted with its ex cellent qualities. Many of them havo testlllod to the remarkable cures which It has effected. When you need a good, reliable medicine for a cough or cold, or attack of grip, use Cham borlalns' Cough Remedy nnd you are cortaln to he more tlinn pleased with the quick cure which It nffords. For sale by City Drug Store, F. J Ramsey. CALLED CHAMBERLAIN A LIAR. John Dillon, Irish Nationalist Did, In the House of Commons. London, Mnrch 22. John Dillon, Irish Nationalist, was suspended In the House of Commons today for cnlllng Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamber lain n damned liar. Tho suspension was preceded by a lively scene. Spouklng of South Afri can afTnlri Chamberlain referred to the Boom who aro fighting on thtj British side whon Billon Interjected: "They are traltora." Chamberlain retorted: "The honora ble gentleman Is a good Judge of tral tors." A scone of great confusion ensued. Upon Dillon demanding a ruling, the speaker upheld Chamberlain's words nnd deprecated thoso of the Irish mem her. Dillon then said: "I will tell tho right honorable member thnt he Is damned liar." Tho house was stunnU and dead silence followed. Dillon refus ed to withdraw his utterance. A mo tlon to suspend htm was put and car ried by a big majority and Dillon left nmld wild nationalist cheers. When you wnko up with a bad taste In your mouth you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomnch & Liver Tablets. They will clennso your stomach, Improve your appetite anu make you feel like n new man They nro easy to take, being sugar coated, nnd pleasant In effect. For salo by W. B. Frame, J J. Ramsey. "These big guys fo tho company don't know much," a brakomnn sal today! "all thoy know is thnt they own the r' A Printer Greatly Surprised. ii "I never was so much surprised In my life, na I was with tho result of using uimmnoriaiiVB rain unim," say3 Jienry r. Crook, pressman of tho Ash evllle (N. C.) Gazette. "I contracted a severe enso of rheumatism early last winter by getting my feet wet. I tiled several tilings tor it without benefit ' ili Olio dnv While lnnkliiir nvnr tlio fin. ir ZCttP. I noticed thnt Pnlii nnlm wm positively gua.anteed to cure rlicu mntlsin, no bought a bottle of It nnd before using two thirds of It my rhou mntlsm had taken Its night nnd I havo not had a rheumatic pain since." Sold by W. B. Frame. F. J. Ramsey. If a woman wants to know Just how much of a failure her party was, she ought to hear her kin talk about It when they get homo. Foley's Honey and Tar cures colds. rfvnts pneumonia. It Isn't tho man who sells rum that wants Sunday openings; It is the man who drinks It. To allay paint, subdue inflammation, heal foul sores and ulcers, the most satisfactory results are obtained by rising Ballard's Snow Liniment. Price 25 cts, and B0 cts. W, B. Frame, City Drug Store. Protection Is a means of compelling every consumer In the land to contri bute to the party campaign fund. EXPECT TO BEAT THE WORLD. Ok'ahorrane Submit World's Fair Sug .1 . r. gcstlons to the Governor. Guthrie. O. T.. March 22. Govern or Ferguson gave an audience today to a committee representing the Okla homa Agricultural Society that he set aside a portion of the $20,000 fund ap propriated by the legislature for the Oklahoma exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition to bo paid to cne person In each county of the Ter ritory who shall collect agricultural exhibits for the Fair and send them to the central collection point. The governor la favorable to the plan nnd has It under consideration. The committee expects Oklahoma to beat the world in the agricultural display. Thoy also decided to have a stcrcoptlcon In the Oklahoma building nt tho exposition which will give a continuous performance, showing pub lic buildings, agricultural and city scenes nnd all manner of life In this Territory. EMBROIDERIES LACES Lurcet line of embroideries nnd nces in ull the newest designs in torchons, Vuletiulent.e?, silk nnd applique lnn-s nnd Swigs nainsook nnd Htiinhurg embroideries nt WESTHEIMER fi. DAUBE'S. THE BIG WOLF HUNT. Royal Chase of Forty Miles Fri day Night. Friday night Just after supper, Buck Garrett, Judge West, Ben Mob ley. Franek Sclvally, John Cauikl. Dr. Dodson, Oscar Wilkinson, Dave Best, Uncle Tom Harris, and J. R. Penning ton .nil left Ardmore for a big wolf hunt, and w:re successful in enptur- ng three. The first one they picked up In Ga briel's pnsturo ,and wnlle the chase was rather exciting, tho dogs soon overhauled the "gentleman" and laid li .til out. Tho second was an ensy prey. which they succeeded in capturing in an old pasture neai the Gun Club laKe. But the third one was "wild and wooly, and hard to catch." The dogs run him for several hours .and tho boys must have run thulr horses over ten miles In the chnsc. The party was gone until about 4 o'clock Saturday morning when thoy returned ,nnd some forty or fifty miles of ground must have been trav ersed whllo they were out. All enjoy ed tho run and nre ready to go again nt a momont's notice. NOVKLTIES IN DRESS GOODS Thu nobbiest line of silk zprr M's, silk grenadines and linen col hirri of nil designs t WESTHEIMER &. DAUBE'S. BIG POKER GAME. Jack Pot of Nearly $12,000 on the Table at Times. Oklahoma City, March 22. Tho Ok- lnhoman prints the following sporting Item: in a Broadway gambling house there la In progress one of the biggest games of stud poker ever played in tho Territory ,nnd five men aro en gaged In It. It la n high-roller game, and has been In progress for four days. At one time 512,000 was on the table, nnd several times the stakes have approached that figure. Ono mnn lost $800, another $380 and a third a smaller amount? A recess was taken at 10 o'clock yesterday morning to give the plnyora an opportunity to se cure n few hours' sleep, hut tho bat tlo royal was resumed at 7 o'clock last evening. You Want a Home. All parties wanting homes In tho Kiowa and Comanche country, should call at my olllc.o Newton House, B. street, I-awton, O. T I can get you a quarter section of land for $125. Thla offer cannot last longer than April 5, at j which time tho six months limit on iiomcateau entries will expire. Address F. Richardson, Lawton, O. T. 24-lm Bookkeeper Goes Wrong. Indianapolis, Intl., March 22. Arthur J. Simpson, bookkeeper for the Live Stock Commission Firm, was arrest ed today on a charge of forgery. The detectives working on the case say that the shortage la anywhere from $30,000 to $70,000. Simpson Is highly connected nnd has n wife and several children. He refuses to talk. The Best Prescription for Malaria. Chills and fever la a bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron nnd qulnlno In a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price 25c. The liters r.nd drills that Wllllnms. Corhn & Co. nre selling do the work of three men nnci do It perfectly. Ev ery farmer needs one. 20-tf " indication. dvoetIa and Mliiuinm nultv. ly yield to the clrunxInK anil purlfyine qualitlr ccntuintt iu JohnU'U' Sataiatilla, Ouar L.ltlft A TEXAS WONDER, HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. Ono small bottlo or Hall's Great Discovery cures all kidney and blad der troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emission, weak and lame back, rheumatism and all Irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder In both women nnd men. Regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your druggist, will bo sent by malt on receipt of $1. Ono sranll bottle Is two month's treatment nnd will cure any cause above men tioned. DR. E. W. HALL. Solo manufacturer, St. Louli, Mo., for merly of Waco, Texas. Sold by all druggist and W. B. Frame, Ardmore, I. T. READ THI3. Worthan. Texas. Oct. 1C, 1901. For eoveral years I suffered from blndder trouble. After using two bottles of Inll s Great Discovery. I nm satisfied that I have been greatly benefitted by It, and cheerfully recommend It. Geo. S. Bruce. Horseless carriages, fueless engines, nnd the wireless telegraph nro tho greatest Innovations. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is next and cures constipation. Indigestion, sick head nche and stomach troubles. Sold by W. B. Frame, Ardmore nnd Mndill. " Johnston' Parmpar.lln never fslln ; bar stood the tot for 30 tai; tjuatt ltottlef." Farm for Rent. Three hundred acres of prairie land. MULLEN & MULLISN. lOd&w ti Ardmore 1. T Working Rebekah's Yesterday the Ardmorelte was In formed by Mrs. L. E. Gardner, who is a member of tho Widows and Orphans Home committee of the Rebekah As sembly, I. O. O. P., that on the 18th of tho present month Roff Rebeknh lodge No. 43 gavo a supper in that town, and tho success of the occasion wad very much In evidence by that lod,r forwnrdlng to Mrs. Gardner a check for $7C. the money to be applied to th Orphan's Home fund. Here Is an Incentive for other lodges to do something for a good cause, and not doubt every Oddfellow In the Ter ritory feels grateful to Roff Rebekah's FOR SALE. One four room house good location. Apply L. C. Landrum at Sass & Crawford's. 231m Farm for Rent. Three hundred ncres of prairie land. MULLEN & MULLEN. lOd&w tf Ardmore. I. T Eagles and Buffalo. The Checotah Enquirer says: "A largo black onglo was killed near Tulsa recently by John Brldgdon, a Creek Indlnn. The bird measured 7V6 feet from tip to tip of wings nnd weighed 27 pounds. When seen by the hunter the eagle was devouring A young calf, Tho eagle waa sold to a business man and wah sent to a toxidermlst In St Louis. Old residents say that this la the first blnck eagle seen in this conn try for several years. Ten years ago they were plentiful. Several tullbloods caled to see the eagle and said that they believe tho time would soon com when not only the eagle would come 1 ngreat numbors, but buffalo also, They seem to think this a sure sign cf a speedy settlement of tho Intrude question. Tho Superior drll Is the best on the market. Sold by Spraglns & Co. Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys nn" ''rr rlfhr 1 -H--M-f-H--W-r-5"H--l- mt tune or year sug gests our QUICK MEAL gasoline stove? Drop in find see what a haud?ome collection we havo. When it conies to Hammocks and O-o- qnet Sets we know . we have just what you want. 5 o 4. M r . Fisherman, $ N O L A N D whether you go fhh inc for n dny or mouth, looking for big flh or little fWi, we can equip, vuii with tho very newest in Qshiuc tackle. 0 . Thut new line of Chamber Sets we have is attractive iu design and price. Call and inspect them. A BARGAIN The above In nn eiact out of our celeliratoil Princess $3 Shoe Mnilo t f selected Dresden Vici with new Waldorf Heel and Mnnnlau Too. All Mri' M x1 In -i llclit or heavy nole. ora limited tfmu no wilt rend this shoe for $1.65 Postage Prepaid to any tart of tho t 8. or Mexico. RUSSELL-WALLACE SHOE CO, Ht Louis, Mo., U. 8. A For Salo. Lot, of rose bushes and ferns now ready for sale. G. A. DRAIN, North Caddo Street. For Sale A nice, clean restaurant, good busiiless stand, reason able rent, located on Main street, ubout 100 feet soulh east of depot, Ardmore, I. T. On account of f tiling- health will sell cheap for rush. For further information call at restanrnnt or write to James 13. Uixon, Ardmore, I. T. ASPHALT ROOFING, ASPHALT FOR SIDEWALKS AND STREET PAVEMENTS. CRUDE AND RE FINED. Address, J. S. DOWNARD, Lock Dox 665, Ardmore, I.T. Carriage Service TF you want prompt carriage service to or trom trains, for wedding, balls, operas, funerals or special (.'alls Ring 78 or 204 We are on the streets dny and night. Your troubles nie our pleasure. Stewart & Chancelor, Props. J A lUHpnnf aisinltfl Dnn.l I BUIIDS SOUND BCCIC3 ANO VIGOROUS MIND3 iMAnr rorMtUDIHA ML&ITH flfiHETTHT Mn-latlTTNrinMifir 'Jttxr nan r.iH w u zn manng a swi it nuiwdgu cacad SPEIGLE'S BAKERY, "Brain Bread" is superior in quality and taste to nny other bread we have ever baked, and that's saying a great deal. Purinn Brain Bread" contains all the ele ments of Gluterean wheat the best grown, which insur es proper nourishment for ev ery part of your body; unlike most health bread, it's deli eions to the taste.. Our trade is rapidly increasing because we bake Purina Brain Bread" tresh every day. A trial loaf will conviuce vou of the truth. J. H. SPEIGLE. f SOME MEN PAY $10,000 ' to ad verlisir" others who K fociitiiiiiiiunlsiihscrip pay M tion to Printer's Ink and learn what all tho advertis ers are thinking about. not even these are not lb extremes reached. There are nen who loie over tmn (100 11 ypar ''olnif neither. For iuu uuv aamplfl cmiy aend in centa to rKlNTia'alNK, No, 10 Hproce St., N. Y. Bill Bankruptcy Notice. (No. 407S.) In the United Stnte-s Court for tho Southern District of the Indian Ter ritory. In the mnttor of K. W. Morrison, bank rupt, in bankruptcy. To the Honornblc Hoson Townsond. Judge of tho District Court of tho United Slates for tho Southern Dis trict of the Indlnn Territory: E. W. Morrison of Mend, In tho Southern District of the Indian Terri tory. In said district, respectfully rep resents thnt on tho lDth dny of De cember, last past, he was duly adjudg ed bankrupt undor tho nets of con gress relating to bankruptcy; that he hns duly surrendered nil his property nnd rights of property, nnd has fully complied with all tno requirements of snld acts and of the orders of the court tombing his bankruptcy. Wherefore ho prnys that ho may bo decreed by tho court to hnvo n full dis charge from nil debts provable against the estate undor Bald bankrupt nets, except such debts ns aro excepted by law from such dlschnrgc. Dated this February 18th, A. D. 1002. E. W. MORRISON, Bankrupt. Southern District of tho Indian Terri tory, ss. On tins 18th day of February, A. D. 1002, on rending tho foregoing peti tion, It Is Ordered by tho court thnt a hearing be had upon tho same on tho 28th day of March, A. D. 1002, before snld court, at Pairs Valley, In said district nt 10 o'clock In tho forenoon; nnd thnt no tice thereof ho published In the Ard morelte, a newspaper printed In said i.. strict, and thnt all known creditors nnd other persons ,u Interest may ap pear nt tho saiu ..-to and plnco and show cause, If nny tney hnvo, why tho prayer of snld petitioner should not be granted. And It Is furthor ordorod by the court thnt tho clerk shall send by mnll to ail niiown creditors copies of snld petition and thla order, addressed to them nt their places of residence ns stated, stated. Witness tho Honorablo Hosea Town send, Judgo of the court, nnd tho seal thereof, at Ardmore, In snld district, on the 15th day of February, 1002. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. First published ...arch 7, 1002. Notice tn Bankruptcy. In tho United States Court for the Southern District of tho Indian Tor rltory. In tho mnttor of B. M. Stownrt, bank ruupt, in bankruptcy. To the Honorablo Hosea Townsond, Judge of the District Court of tho United Stntos for tho Southern DIs trlct of the Indian Territory: B. M. Stewart, of Thackervlllo, In the Southern District of tho Indlnn Torltory, In said district .respectfully represents thnt on the 4th day of De cember, 1001, last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under tho nets of Congress relating to bankruptcy; taht he has duly surrendered all his prop erty nnd rights of property ,and hns fully complied with nil the require ments of said acts and of the orders of the court touching his bankruptcy Wherefore he prays that ho may bo decreed by tho court to havo n full dlsehargo from nil debts provable against his estate under snld bankrupt nets .except such debts ns aro except ed by law from stich discharge. Dated this 11 day of March, A. D, 1002. B. M. STEWART, Bankrupt Southorn District of tho Indian Terrl tory, ss. On this 11th day of March, 1002, on reading tho foregoing petition, It la Ordered by tho rourt that n hearing be had upon the same on the 5th day of May, A. D. 1902, before sold court at Ardmoro, In said district, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon; nnd that no tlco thereof be published In tho Ard morelte, n newspaper printed In said district ,aud thnt all known creditors and other persona In Interest mny ap pear at tho said time nnd plnco and show cause, If any they have, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not bo granted. And It Is furthor ordered by tho court that the clerk shall scud by mnll to all known creditors copies of said petition nnd ths ordor, addressed to them nt their places of residence ns stated. Witness, tho Honorable Hosea Townsend, Judgo of tho said court, and tho seal thereof, at Ardmoro, In said district, on the 11th day of March, 1002. (Signed) C. M. CAMPBKLL, (Senl.) Clerk. First published March 12, 1002. If your child la cross or peevish It Is do doubt trobuled with worms. White's Cream Vermlfugo will remove the worms, nnd Its tonic effect restore Its natural cheerfulness. Prlco 25 cents. W. B. Frame, City Drug Storo. La grippe coughs yield quickly to the wonderful curative qualities of Foley's Honey and Tar. There Is noth. ng else "Just so good.'' I Notice of Sale. Notlco is hereby given that I, S. It, Sclvally, trustee of tho bankrupt stock of merchnndlse. nccount'i. house, llxtures, etc., of tho bankrupt ostnto of R. M. Cox. of Troy. I. T.. etlnn under the order of tho court vlll proceed to sell tho same nt pub- He miction to the highest bidder In front of tho snld Btore house of It: M. Cox, In the town of Troy, I. T., on the Oth day of March, 1002, between tho hours of 10 o'clock n. m. nnd 2 o'clock p. in., tho snld snlo to be for cash In hand; or one-third In ensh, one-third In sixty dnyB and ono-thliii In ninety days with approved secur ity nnd If deferred payments are pre ferred, then stock to bring live per cent more thnu for spot cash; and (In ferred payments to draw ten per cent nterest nnd bo secured by unquosM'm- ed security to be panned upon by bankrupt court. The merchnndlse na Invoiced by tho snld trustee amounts to $2230.40, and tho fixtures nbout $280 or $.100. nnd the house nbout $300. s. R. SC1VALLY, Trustee. First published March IS, 1002. To the Public. Tho lied Hlvcr Toletrtione Compnny, with hendqunrtors nt Marietta, I. T having recontly oxtended Its lines In- 0 new fields hitherto unknown to tolephony, makes ono of tho most complete systems In North Texas and tho Indlnn Territory. Prompt nnd ef ficient service Is given tho patrons of this line, quick connections nre mndo to points In Texas, Louisiana, Arkan sas, MlEsourl and Kansas. Under tho mnnngeracnt of one thor oughly Bklllcd In tho work, the profic iency of this line la brought beyond tho stnndnrd reached by other lines. Cvery detail Is In tho hands of n com petent workmnn. Any Information do- sired concerning tho lines, connec tions, rules, etc., will ho given nt nny of lta olRfks or may bo obtained by addrosslng J. N. KIrkpntrick. presi dent, Burnoyville, I. T or to H. II. Koltuer, gcncrnl manngor, Leon I. T. Four Months For Twenty-live Cents. Twin Territories, Tho Indian Maga zine, will bo Bent to nny address four months for twenty-live cents. Ucgulnr prlco ono dollar n year, ten cents a copy. Thla apcclnl offor Is good untU Mnrcli 25th. Send today, In time to ro- celvo tho Knstor number, nnd tho splendid spring Issues. Moro thnn forty pnges of good reading. Write to Twin Territories, Muskogee, I. T. Tho Bally Ardmorelte to your lioino folks will cost you $5.00 for tho year You never Invested money in n more profltnblo concern. Send It to them now. Thoy know tho worth of a good pnper and want to rend the Ardmoro- Ito. Bankruptcy Notice. I (No. 4872.) tho United Stntcs Court for tho In Southern District of tho Indian Ter ritory. In tho matter of W. A. Itoberts, bank rupt, In bankruptcy. To the Honornblo Hosea Townsend, Judge of tho District Court of tho United States for tho Southern Dis trict of tho Indian Territory: W. A. Itoberts of Linn, In tho South ern District of tho Indian Territory, In said district, respectfully repre sents that on the 3rd day of Novem ber, last past,, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under 1..0 nets of congress relntlng to bankruptcy ';that he has duly surrendered nil Ids property and rights of property, nnd hn's fully com plied with nil the requirements of said acta nnd of tiio orders of tho court touching his bankruptcy. Whoroforo ho prays that ho may; ho decreed by the court to hnvo a full discharge from all debts provablo against his estate undor snld bankrupt acts, except such debts ns are except ed by law from such. discharge Dated this 15th day of February, A. D. 1002. W. A. HOBEIITS, Bankrupt. 1 Southern District of the Indian Terri tory, 88, On thla 15th dny of Fobruaryl A. D. 1902, on rending tho foregoing peti tion, It Is Ordered by tho court that n hearing bo had upon the same on the 25tb5day of March, A. D. 1902, before said court, at Paula Valley, In said district at 10 o'clock In the forenoon; nnd that no tlco thereof be published In tho Ard morelte, a newspaper printed In said district, and that all known creditors and other persons In Interest may ap pear at tho said time nnd place and show cause, If any they have, why tho prayer of said petitioner should not bo granted. And It Is further ordered by tho court that tho clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of Bnld petition nnd this order, addressed to them at their places of resldenco na Witness tho Honorablo Hosea Town send, Judgo of the court, and the seal thereof, at Ardmore, In said district, on thq 15th day of February, 1902. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. First published March 7, 10035 .'(in.