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PRINCE HENRY THE MAN
Personal Characteristics of the Nation's Guest. LIKES MEN BETTER THAU BOOEfl. fur llnjnl VUltnr Dctiitrit to I'rnr I tlrnl Jule n lliinril Mili, n Wnlrli ninkrri !' Trnilt nml it llml Shut. , IliiiV He Ilrrouii Weil ii (.lolicT mi , tin lCroiiirltn Wllliflin. l'rincc IlfiiryV tnil' nr wIimjiIo. nud he linn nil old fiifliliMii'd liutiril of diMil, niys tlm Now Vol It Win Id. I Empt'ior Wlllinni'it liiolli'T. wlio U now tlio (jncit of tlie I'tillfil Slnlun, In fond of IiIh pip" or n uoml cl?nr. lint drnwH tin lino ol 'lmtri'tt'. The id iicnttnn of the prlmi- Iimh Iici'ii both nciitloinlc nml piiirtlonl. Ilo etui xpunk roiullly In xlx liiinrimu,H IiohUIch his owii-l5njrIIli. I p nrli. Npniilsli. Itnl inn, ItiiKnliiu nnd 8wiMllr.li. Ah nil nil round iiiiihU'Iuii Ik- Iihh few c- (iin In ntiioiiK niiiiilcuiM, inn I li Ih piiKiiloiiiiti! )y loud of n Htimntr innn li. Ax linn nlwiiy I ' 1 1 he cimtoin ninoiiK the llolii'iinlli'inH. In limii'd ii tritilc in IiIh youth. IIim limtlwr. IIm' i-iiipiT-or, cIkihc to In' n tMvi'ii:nl;'r. nnd Mm prliii'i' iipprcnitri'il liluiHi'lf to ii wnli'li iiimIkt; iDiiHPiiin'titly If I'rlnci) Henry wrrc tlirown upon IiIh vitn for n living lie could jHiy lii wiy uiiywlK'ic 1 1 1 1 1 I liiK i'IocWh nnd viitelinn. KvcrytliliiK jU'crHsiiry In tlo Hiillor's (rude liu i-iiii Oo, from liolyvtonliis tin' deck to till; Iiir IiIh plnre ill tlio Wlice'. When til pchool, lie wiih not u quick ccliolnr. Ills rcHttcH oiicik.v innilc lilui fi'cl more lit Iioiiii.' In tlio playground tli.in nt tin.' iltuk. Ills mind In priictl cnl, Imt not lirlllliint. Ilookx mc not so nttnictlvn to htm iih turn nod nhlp. In politics lii In n Liberal nml coime fluently lu opposition to tlie emperor. Hid views upon tlio ipu'stlon of govern incut ore much more American than (icrninu mid mnlte him the most popu Inr prince among the royalties of Eu rope. Again mid ngnln IiIh courage nnd lovu of rink linve led him Into trouble. .Sev eral times ho has been practically bun lshed from court because of bis out KKiken expressions of opinion. Ills first banishment wiih In 1S!;(, when he wan sent abroad for n yenr because of his opposition to the emperor's nrmy bill. The emperor ordered his brother never to ineddln again with political (pies tloiiH. On another occasion he aroused tlio anger of the emperor by remarking. "Oh, I'm not nfrnhV of William, for I havo rend somewhere that since the French ruvolutlou ho bus no power over me." It Ih said Hint the prince once upset the gravity of nn entortiilnmout by re marking when an elocutionist was tie claiming of tlio beauty of a queen, "The author hns probably never seen nuy (lueeiis, or else ho would not havo written thnt," Ah n boy on board Bhlp ho was noted for his frolics and practical Jokes. When prohibited nt one tluio from bathing In Icy water, he sprang over board with bis uniform on, swam to tlio stem and clambered upon deck ngaln. At another time ho put a thaler be tween IiIh teeth nnd ilnslied up the rig' King of the ship, crying out, "lie who catches 1110 shall have the thaler!" A number of the crew sprang after blin nnd chased hi in from spar to spar, but the daring young prince dodged all his pursuers nnd slid down a loose rope to the deck again. Tossing tlio thaler to the nearest sailor, he said laughing ly. "If you are as thirsty as I am you must want it, so here s your money." lu lSOIt he wnH nearly killed by nn ex plosion on the warship linden and re Vol vert the cross of distinguished serv Ice for his presence of mind on that occasion, lie sprang nt once, regard' less of risk, to the assistance of the In jured sailors and did not rest until ev cry sufferer hnd been suitably cared for. Two years ngo while traveling lu Kla'nT tie' was held up by bandits nnd fmibed of $1,00011 gold. fl'ljfl prince Is n notoriously bad shot. When n young man, he shot a game Keeper, and wounded hltn so KOYertSly thnt tlio'Voor fellow has boon a pen mloticr ever since. When on a shooting expedition lu CIreece, ho fell nnd no- cideutnlly discharged his gun full Into tlio back of n Grecian dignitary. month afterward he did serious dam age to n Turkish courtier who had been appointed to attend him on a bunting trip. Queen Victoria once nsked hltn nt dinner what sport lie hart enjoyed lu the hunting preserves during tlio day. "Well," said the prince, "I didn't kill nuy birds or nuy keepers, but 1 wound ed ijulte a few." The passengers on the Kronprluz Wllliolm vied with each other the oth or day In expressions of good will to. ward Prince Hcury, snys tlio New York Journal. "Ono of tho most democratic men we ever know; nothing like what we thought n prluco would be," was the unanimous opinion of his fellow pas ledgers. Here Is the opinion of otic of thorn; "The prince," said Henonl I.ockwood Jr., n lawyer of Now lork, "is very jdeasant nnd democratic. Nevertheless lie Is n man who when ho makes up Ids mind to do n thing will come pret ty near doing It. After luncheon each day he visited the smoking room nnd chatted with tlio passengers nnd Ids bids. As nn Instnnco of tlio kind of ninniho Is: Ilo was being shown around tho Bhlp by several 'otllclajs. When lflowii in tho engine room, lie stopped for a moment and looked intently at ene of the stokers. '"Why, that wan was on the battle ship I went to ndnn on: were you not, iny uianV uhIiciI the prince. Tho man (coined oerJi.ed to huv tho piinco recognize him nnd uim tumble to say u word except nod bin bend. The prince remarked Hint ho knew every man who worked under lilm. nnd I do not. doubt II. The xttilier wns tho envy of nil his coworkerH (Itirlnit tlie iet of tlio o.vac". "I hail n shot! 4nlk with the prince myself Just befori' lauding. The prince, who tnkow n ftwly liilereit In sailors, asked what nun done ton-aid aiding the ordinary seaman In ihl.t oiintry. He wiih surprised to Hnd Unit wo were mi fur behind In thin ri'spt t mid thlit our orillunry seamen locolvcd such little protection. I can safely say be Ih iih deinoenille u man as over I met. o never talks about anything ho knows nothing r.boiit, and when he does not know about anything he Ih not afraid to a si; ipiestlons." Stnto of Ohio. City of Toledo, I.ucna County hs. KHANK J. CHICNUY maUos oath thnt ho Ih senior partner of the Arm of K. J. Cheney & Co.. doing business n tho City of Tolfdo, County and Htnte aforesaid, nnd thnt snld firm will pay tho Rum or ONB HUNDIU21) DOLLARS for each nnd every enso of CATAItltll that cannot be cured by the use Of HAUK CATAUUH CUKE. Fit A NIC .1. CHKNISY. Sworn to before me nnd subscribed n my presence, this iitn nay or De cember, A. I). 188(1. A. V. OI.RASON. (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is' token Inter- nnlly, and acts directly on tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHICNICY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills nre tho best. Chicago has Invented n hand-tooled doughnut. Those horrid tits of depression, mel- nncholy, low spirits nnd sudden Ir ritability, thnt sometimes allllct oven good-tempered peoplo, Ih duo to tho blood being permeated with black bllo. HICIU1IN1-: will purify tho blond, restore health and cheerfulness. Price fill eonts. W. II. Framo, City Drug Store. Knnk party politics sometimes writhes nnd swarms with deadly germs. Mothers! Ilewnro of those secret robbers of your baby's quiet nnd health. Those sleepless nights nnd long hours of tiresome vigil are caus ed by thoso torrlblo enemies of child hood worms. Destroy nnd romovo them with WHITE'S C It 10 AM VHKM I FUCK. Price 2G cents. W. 11. Framo, City Drug Storo. The flrst stop of tho wlso reformer Is to get a good suggestion lodged In tho public mind. A VALUABLE MEDICINE. For Coughs and Colds In Children. "I hnve not the sllghest hesitancy In recommending Chamberlain's Cough llemedy to nil who nro suffering from coughs or colds." snys Chas. M. Cra m or, Esq., a well known watch maker of Colombo, Celyon. "It has been some two yenrs since tho City Dispensary first cnlled my nttentlou to thlh vnl- uablo medicine nnd I hnvo repeatedly used It nnd It hns nlwnys been benefi cial. It lias cured mo quickly of nil chest colds, It Is especially effective ror children nnd seldom tnkes more than ono bottle to euro them of hoarseness'. I have persuaded many to try this vnluablo medicine and they nro nil as well pleased ns myself over the results." For salo by City Drug Store nnd F. J. iinmsey. I.lfo Is sometimes a failure because peoplo overdo It. Has Cured Thousands, Will Cure You If you nro troubled with Kidney or Illadder troubles, such ns dropsy, Ilrlght's Dlscnsc, Catarrh, Ornvel of tho Illadder, Albumen in Urine and tin healthy deposits or too frequent ills charge of tho urlue, pain In tho back or uinuuer, uropsicai sweuingB oi ten foot nnnd legs qtc, etc., wo gunran teo that by using Smith's Sur'kldney Cure, a complete euro will Co offect ed, Frlco 00 cents nnd $1.00. For sale by F. J. ltamsey. All men want Is a show, but some of them want nil animals In It. Pneumonia Is Robbed of Its Terrors Hy Foloy's Honey nnd Tar. It stops thu rooking cough nnd heals nud strengthens tho lungs. If taken lu time, It will prevent nn attack of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. Hon tier & Homier, Whatever may be tho final rosult In South Africa, the Kitchener regrets wilt stick In history, nnd make secure for nil time tho reputations of the Hoer fighters. Dreadful Attack of Whooping Couah. Mrs. Ullon Hnrllson of 300 Park nv nnue, Kansas City, Mo., writes as fol lows: "Our two children had a se vere attack of whooping cough, one of them lu tho paroxysm of coughing would often faint and bleed nt tho nose. Wo trlud everything wo heard of without getting relief. Wo then cnlled In our family doctor, who pro scribed Foley's Honey and Tar. With the very flrst doso they began to Im prove, and we feel that It has saved their lives.", Kefuso . substitutes, Homier & Uonher. i ' ' ? Just at present thcT social tracks havo been cleared for tho girl whoso lover travels COO miles every two ', weeks to so her. BULL MOOSE AT BAY. riRliln n I'nrk of WiiIim In flight of Tuo WikmIhihi-ii. Tin other day Wllllnin Hurnett and ,T. .1. Onynor. tMo Dulutli explorers, wnnderi'd nt some distance from their claims, thirty-flu iiiIIoh back of ("hlcn go bay. in Cook county, to look nt cer tnlu lands. While trudging along they enmo fnce to fiice with a great bull mooe, hiijh the S. I.oiiIh (ilobe-I)emo crat. Nilther of (he men hnd u gun. Tho men realized that llio moose meant mischief, mid they shinned up n iml suiu. Tho moose mine up nnd imwed the snowshoes and seemed disposed to await developments. Nenrly three hpurH had pnssed when n puck of twenty wolves cautiously ap proached the tree. The bull moose was game and slguilted by bis actions that he would fight. The wolves were at first n little disconcerted nt the turn alTalrs, but apparently reasoned that If they could not get a couple of men for supper they would be polite enough not to grumble nnd tnke what was set before them, which was moose u liv ing mountain of moose. The wolves approached tho moose from nil sides. nnd then begnn a buttle the like of which few men hnve over witnessed Ho struck r.t the wolves with his fore feet and antlers and kicked at them with ids bind feet. The wolves evi dently all had In view tho idea of hamstringing tho moose. A certain number would engage the moose at the head, but the most of them were snap ping at the hind legs of the great game nnimiil. Mr. Iturnetl snys that the ngll Ity of the moose was remarkable, nnd be was nn strong apparently ns a loco motive, lie caught and Hung the wolves about like chips, nnd howls of linger nml piiiu rang through the woods. At last, while making a mad lunge to toss some of the wolves, the moose shed his antlers. After ono star tled look when he realized that he had lust his head weapon the moose turned and lied nt top speed. You Can't Lose Flesh or Appetite. Farmer City. III., Dee. 20, l'Jifo. Pepsin Syrup Co.. Montleello, 111.: Centlemon: My sevon-months-old bnby was troubled a great deal with his stomach and bowels. I tried numerous remedies with no good re suits until the baby lost tlesh and was in very poor henlth. A friend recommended Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, I procured n 10c bottle nt "Hud's" drug store nnd gave the con tents to the bnby according to dlrcc tlons, after which there wns n decided Improvement In his condition. Have been giving him Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for about n month, with very. satisfactory results, his stomach anil bowels being in a good, healthy con dltlou nnd his formor weight regain ed. Very truly yours. AU,IE JACKSON. Sold by W. 11. Frame, Ardmore and Madlll. Some people never Improve. They reach n certain place nnd cannot get away from It; they refuse to learn. because they want their own way Moore's Pilules nro a guaranteed .tiro for all forms of malaria, ague, chills and fever, swamp fever, Jaun ilco, malarial fovcr, bilious fever, bil iousness, fetid breath and a tired, list less feellng.They euro rheumatism md tho lassitudo following blood pol ton produced from malarial poisoning. No quinine. No arsenic, acids or Iron. Do not ruin stomnch and teeth. En tirely tnstcless. Prlco BOc per box. Dr. C. C. Mooro Co., No. 310 North Main St. St. Louis, Mo. Sold by W. D. Framo, City Drug Storo. The people need not have so man) elections If they really do not want them. Her Son's Life Saved by Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrahoea Remedy. "A neighbor rn in with n bottlo of Chnmebrlaln'f Jllc, cholera and diar rhoea llemedy when my son was suf fering with sevoro cramps nnd wns given nil as beyond hope by my regular physician, who stands high In his pro fession. After administering three doses of It, my son regained conscious ness nnd recovorod entirely within twenty-four hours," says Mrs. Mary Haller, of Mt. Crawford. Vn.. This Item erty Is for sale by City Drug Store and F. J. Ramsey. General Mllos nnd the administra tion appear to havo each other going. Good for Rheumatism. Last fall I wns tnken with a very sovere attack of muscular rheumatism which caused mo great pain nnd ann- oynnco. After trying several proscrip tions nud rheinuntlc cures, I decided to uso Clinrtibcrlaln's Pain Palm, which I had seen advertised In tho South Jerseyman. After two ap plications of this remedy I was much bettor, nnd after usllng one bottle, was completely cured. Same Ilnrrls, Sa lem, N. J., For salo by City Drug Store and F. .1. Knmsey. Somo day your friends will think they haw discharged their full duty by you If thoy Inquire of the neigh bors how you nro, nnd express the hopu thnt you will not surfer long. ROYAL BLUli SHOK5. Seh Hoyal Blue $3 50 Shoes nl ways make your feet glud. Come and get a pair from WESTHEIMER &. DAUBE. Pasture for Rent. Will carry 300 head of cattle, plenty of water, for further Information wrlto or call and see. Milligan Dros. 27tf Wiley, I. T. Contagious Blood Poison There i no poison so highly contagious so deceptive and so destructive. Don't bf too sure you arc cured because nil external signs of the disease have disappeared, and the doctor says you nre well. Many per sons have been dosctl with Mercury nnd Totasli for months or years, and pro nounced cured -to realize when too latt that the disease was only covered up UUo Bcuot UUc. SS,M out again, and to their sorrow nnd mortifi cation find those nearest and dearest tc them have been infected by this loath some disease, for no other poison is sc surely transmitted from parent to child as this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease, an old fore or ulcer developing in middle life, can be traced to blood poison con- "early Tho SIn af tho Paroni. life, for it remains smoldering In the sys tem forever, unless properly treated and driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. ii the only antidote for this peculiar virus, the only remedy known that can over come it and drive it out of the blood, and it does this so thoroughly and effectually that there is never a return of the disease to embarrass or humiliate you afterwards. cures Contagious Illood ." Poison in any and all fk stages; contains no mineral to break down your constitution ; it is Surely vegetable and the only blood puri cr known thnt cleanses the blood and at the same time builds up the general health. Our little book on contagious Mood poison is the most complete and instruc tive ever issued; it not only tells all about this disease, but nlso how to cure youru.'lfat home. It is free and should be in the hnnds of everyone seeking cure. Send for it THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA CL The Best Prescription for Malaria. Chills nnd fovcr Is n bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron and quinlno In a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price 2Gc. i X '"PUIS time of year mir- $ t i ireats onr QUICK MEAL Z Ktisohue stoves Drop $ X in rtud eeoMvhat a handsome X collection we Lave. v When it comes to t Hammocks aud Cro- qnet Sets we know we have just what you want. o M r . Fisherman. N I whether you go fish- L intr for a tiny or month, looking- for hir; fish or little fish, we can equip you with the very newest in j. fishing tackle. $ o t That new line of Chamber Sets we I A N D have is attractive in design ? and price. Call nud inspect f them. -l"I'-l-4-l-M"l''M- ASPHALT ROOFING, ASPHALT FOR SIDEWALKS AND STREET PAVEMENTS. CRUJE AND RE FINED. Address, J. S. DOWNARD, Lock Dox CC5, Ardmore, I.T. 000000 00 0000 oooooo o o oooooo lf Twenty Pounds nA l () SUGAR (J 1 One Dollar i oooooo oooooo LTHOUGH Sugar has advanced, I am still selling at 20 lbs for $1. Everything in the Grocery and Feed line at the lowest .possible prices for cash only. Feed always on hand. S. E. JENKINS South Side West Main mm l tation and camp supplies a specialty. A. F. JONES, West Main St., Ardmore, I. T. -h-h-'-'--M'- i llltll Time; Honored Goods This list of time honored goods needs no recommendation from us. Thev have stood at the head of tho list for years and recognized as being the best ever manufactured. Get our prices before you do your buying. mm mm m m Mitchell, k Milburnand the Rock WAGONS White Elephant BUGGIES sit ii Charter Oak Majestic Steel f E. PITH, . Orcr Peoples" Caf e.MRoom5 5 and 10 -H-M--H--M-f Groceries. Higest Grades Obtainable . . THE iii. I J. A. SKIPW0RTH I $100 Reward Will be paid by the Chickasaw Stockmen's Association for the arrest and conviction of anyone stealing stock of nuy kind from any member of this Association. DR. T. P. IIowkll, l'tes. O. F. Haley, Sec. t The Victor riding cultivator Is tho best thing of the kind on tho market. Thoso who once uso It will buy no othor. Can you think of a better rec ommendation than this. Sold In Ard more by Stevens, Kennedy & Sprag Ins. Tho lUterB r.nd drills that Williams, Corbn & Co. are selling do tho work of three men and do it perfectly. Ev ery farmer needs ono. 20-tf Charter Oak Stoves. For flfty-ono years tho standard cooking stoves of the world, A now car just in at Williams, Corbn & Co's. Every call given my personal atten tion. Phone 74 catches a carriage day or night. T. E. CHOATE. 9tf. Corn Oats Bran Hay Seed Potatoes Onion Sets 0' UR Groceries are the verv best. Plan ;---:j''":-' HO. m 3 Island ft it "i .4 STOVES fc RANGES mm "God's Country" "Lmd of Sunshine" "The Goldeu West" I California Uotneseekers' rates (one way) in effect March 1 to April 20, inclusive. Through Tourist .Sleep er every Tuesday. Tick ets ousale daily. $ 2 5 General Confederation Women's Clubs, Los Angeles. The Santa Po declared the official route. Round trip tick ets on sale April 22 to 27. No change. Pull man Sleepers through to Los Angeles $ 4 5 If you wiih to bo tho won droiiH rfltek formations of .Nhw Mexico, tho Oan.von Dlnlilo, tho Publn Vlllaire Lairuua, tho unique civilization anil aconlo k-rnndeurof the Weat, travel via the SantA Fe I luteresting, illustrated literature, 10c postage. W. S. KEBNAN, G. P. A., Galveston I The Arclmoreite Official Journal of the Chickasaw Stockmen's Association, BO YEARS' EXPPHIFNCF Tract Markc esicns Cadviiiaut. JLt Anrone lending a ikstth and deinirllon ro.r qiilcnir airertalii out opinion free wfaetuer an UTantlnn a probablr patnitab e. Commniilriw lontatrlctlrronOdantbl. HandbookonPi "nu f it free. lMeu aiencj for ..curing pi ei I.. I'.ilcnM taken tErouih Slunii t V V.i. tfttUU notto, without cb.rie. Iff the Scientific American. A handiomelr Uluitrated weeklr. Ijrreit dr. rulatlon of anr aclentllla loaraaX Term. M a MllNN &Co."""". New York nranch OrBw. mVBU VfaihlMto? rJ.?! The Superior drill is the best on tho market Sold by Spraglns tc Co.