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TERRITORY NEWS ITEMS.
Checotnh secured the 1. O. 0. F
Widows' and Orphans' home, on a
twrtlfled check of $5,000 and a clear
Meed to otte hundred and fifty acres
trf land. Durant Newt.
John Hampton came In from Roff
this morning where be sold to tht
It 0. 0. 1'. lodge of that town a lot
m wide 'thty latent U band a line
'two-atory brtcli and atone building
tlmt in alse and elegance of design
and flnMt will be aeeond to none In
The territory. Dufant tfews.
The heat authorities estimate that
one-fourth of the wheat waa killed in
fnfa locality by the dry weather; what
ranalna -promisee an abundant yield.
The acreage Is about 10 per cent
Inrper Omm last year. Norman TriMt-
.. There are cuonith hoM In JSr
- ran to equip a trout line, and we ob
ject to It as n name for Indtnn Terri
' tory. Applied to the man or the prin
ciples for which lie stood, the name
Is to be reverenced ; applied to a great
and beautiful country a land of ro
mance, ftndliton and poetry. Insepar
ably associated with the pathetic
story of the Indian, the name is mean
ingle. Kufaula Indian Journal.
Washington UHoy. Hotgun, and
othor fullhloods pasaed through Kit
faula Inst weok, on route home from
Muskogee jail, where they have lan
guished for the tmat two months.
Iloth Itlloy and Hotgun are prominent
full bloods. Hlley Is an old has-been
of tho Creek council. Hotgun Is n ro
nownod medicine man and a peculiar
.gonitis, lie said ho was innocent of
the charge of conspiracy, and would
' Bue the United States government for
false Imprisonment and the loss of
his long, black locks. Eufaula Indian
W. It. Mooro nml U. F. Frensloy.
promlnont stockman of Ardmoro.
wore hero last Saturday, and tho for
mer purchnsod S00 head of stock cut
tlo from J. C. Washington. Marlottn
Tho A. & C. railroad surveyors nro
within n mllo of this place, locntlng
tho road between Lawton and Ard
more. It Is said, nlso, that thoy nre
surveying a lino south of here, but a
tho country Is so rough nml broken
on tho lower lino that It would be al
most an Impossibility to build on that
Hue, when tho line through Dur.cun
would ho nlmost an nlrllno, with but
few cuts and fills. It Is said by oxpeit
railroad men that the survoy through
this placo would be much shortor and
would save the company thousands
of dollars lu the construction of the
rood. It Is nlmost an nsstirod fact
that Duncan will got tho road. Dun
Insort the name of Muskogee where
South McAloster Is In tho Moon bhl.
and tho Muskogee objections to that
measure would molt llko n snowball
In Dumoorntio henduuarters. South
Tho Knnins papers, in commenting
on tho death of Judge S. 11. Bradford,
nt Ardmore, spoak In high praise of
his Integrity. Ho wns attornoy gen
eral of that stnte, and performed tho
duties of his olllco with n devotion
his successors might well emulate.
Judge Bradford In every walk of life
nlwnys did his best and no one could
wish for n more eloquent epitaph.
South MoAlestur News.
Gov. O. W. Dukes hns nt last an
nounced over his signature that Mans
field. Oornlsh and Mc.Murray are
"fired," and Thomns U. Ijitham is
now nttorney for tho Choctaw nation.
Hor we nro reminded that " Whatso
ever a man soweth. that shall he also
reap." Mnnstleld. Cornish nml Mo
Murray haw been having some good
men "fired." and now they nre reap
ing. Indlnn Citizen.
T, N. ltpbuett of Paula Valley wa
appointed to the posli.'on of United
State commissioner at Ardmore. to
ttucceml the lamented S. 11. Bradford.
He left Tueadny afternoon to assume
his otrtclnl duties, Mr. Rohnett's Pauls
Valley friends of course regret his tie
imrture. but we are glad to know that
audi un honor Is worthily bestowed
upan him. Pnuls Valley News.
A TBXAS WOHDSR,
HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY.
One small bottlo of Hall's Great
Discovery cures all kidney and blad
dor troubles, removes gravel, cures
diabetes, seminal emlsolon, weak
and lame back, rheumatism and all
irregularities of the kidneys and
bladder in both women and men.
Regulates bladder trouble In children.
If not sold by your druggist, will bo
sent by malt on receipt of 1. One
email bottle Is two month's treatment
and will cure any cause above men'
tlonod. DR. E. W. HALL.
Solo manufactcrcr, St. Louis, Mo., for
merly of Waco. Texas.
Sold by all druggist and W. D.
Frame, Ardmore, I. T.
Hallettsvtlle. Texas. Oct. 26. W
Dr. 18. W. Hall. St. Louis: Dear Sir
-In the year 1S9 I used your Texas
Wonder for kidney and rheumnti
ronblos, and I can safely recommend
t to-others who are suffering In the
ame manner. Yours respectfully.
A. D. DEVALL. County Teas
A New Holiday!
Although our calendar Is pretty
ell filled with holidays, both stat.
and national, at the present Unit' n
new one has been gradually added to
the list, and Is looked forward to, 03
Iieciolly by the young people, as be
ing equally as Important an event In
their lives as Thanksgiving or the
coming of Santa Clans. The appear
ance In this city of flontry Brothers'
Famous Shows United will, Indeed, be
a holiday for tho Utile ones. As Is
the usual custom, the schcols witl
give the children an opportunity of
attending both the parade aud the
performance. In which thoy tako such
special delight, and for whoso appro
bation this season Gentry Brothers
have combined their famous shows
and will exhibit in this city with al!
of their former oxhlbltlons united
Into one big trained animal cavalcade.
Ardmore. April 21.
A VALUABLE MP Dir. INF.
For Coughs and Colds In Children.
"i nave not me Biigiiost nosltancy
n recommcndlnir Chamlierl.iln'n Pouch
Ilemody to all who are suffering from
COtlchs or coIiIh." snvs Chnn M -Cm.
nior, Esq., a well known watch maker
)i uoiomoo, eclyon. "it has been some
two years since the City Dispensary
first cnllod my nttentlon to this val
uablo medicine and I havo reneatnillv
used it and It hns always been benefi
cial, it lias cured me quickly of all
chest colds. It Is especially effective
for chlldron and soldom takes more
thnn one bottlo to euro thorn of
hoarseness. I have 'persuaded many to
try mis vaiuauio mouiclno nnd they
are all as well pleased as ' myself
over tho results." For sale by City
Drug Store and F. J. Itamsey.
In tho United Stntos Court, Southern
District .Indian Territory, at Ard
more. In the matter of O. L. Bounds, bank
rupt In bankruptcy.
To tho Honorable Hosoa Townsend,
Judge or tho United States Court for
the Southorn District of Indian Ter
ritory: O. L. Bounds, of Graham, In the
Southorn District of tho Indian Terrl
tory .respectfully reprosonts that on
tho 2nd day of February, last past,
ho was duly ndjudged bankrupt under
the acts of Congress rotating to bank
ruptcy; that he has duly surrendered
all his proporty and rights of proper
ty, and has fully complied with nil
tho roqulromnts of said acts and of
tho ordors of tho Court touching his
Whoreforo ho prays that ho may oe
docreod by tho Court to havo a full
discharge from all debts provable
against his estato under said bank
rupt acts, except such debts as are ex
cepted by law from such discharge.
Dated this 22nd day of March, A. D.
1902. O U BOUNDS, Bankrupt.
J. T. WOOD. Attornoy.
Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough.
Mrs. Ellen Hnrltson of 300 Park av
onue, Kansas City, Mo., writes as fol
lows: "Our two chlldron had a se
vere attack of whooping cough, one
of them In tho paroxysm of coughing
would ofton faint and bleed at the
nose Wo tried everything wo heard
of without getting relief. Wo then
called In our family doctor, who pro
scribed Foley's Honey nnd Tar. With
tho very first dose thoy began to lm
iirove, and wo feel that it has saved
tholr lives." Refuse substitutes.
Bonner & Bonner.
Nlco, wavy hair covers a multltudo
of blank spots under it on a woman's
Indian Territory. Southern District, ss.
On this 2Ind day of March, A. D.
1902, on reading the foregoing peti
tion, It is
Ordered by the Court that n hear
ing he had upon the sale of tho Cth
day of May. A. D. 1902, boforo said
Court, at Ardmore. in said district, at
2 o'clock In the afternoon; and that
notice thereof be published in the Ard
moreJto, a newspaper prlntod In sal!
district, and that all known creditor.'
and other persons in interest may ap
pear at the said time and place and
show cnuse, if any they have, why tne
prayer of the sad petitioner should
not be granted.
And it is further ordered b tho
Court .that the clerk shall sand by
mail to nil known creditors copies of
said petition and this order, addross
od to thorn at tholr places of resi
dence as stated.
Witness tho Honorable Hoaea Town
send. Judge of tho bald Court, and the
seal thereof, at Ardmore, In said dis
trict, on tho 22nd day of March, A. D.
1902. HOSEA TOWNSEND, Judge.
First published March 26, 1902.
T.io good thing about a boarding
house Is that you can And fault with
tho meal without having tho pook
come in and discharge your wife.
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10 tASS, unuKicfwtriit currtueeo.
sunt mm 'Met!' tt iah.
fir 40 nn sir.
3 FOR 10 CENTS
TAH HtASVfit. Ktonir
TAGS AND FLORODORA'BANDS ARE OF EQUAL
VALUE AND MAY BE ASSORTED.
Our New Illustrated
CATALOGUE OF PRESENTS
Indadei ruiny article not thown here. It cooulni the mott ittractWe
Llit of rrefenu ever ojered for Ts. tnd will be teut by mtU on receipt of
pottage two cents.
Our offer of Presents for Tass will expire Nov. 30th, 1903.
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sure to hare your package securely wrapped, so that Tags will not be
lost In transit. Scud Tigs aud requests for Treseats (also rcauctU for
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tints ah on its.
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In the United States Court, Southern
District .Indian Terrltoty, at Ard
more. In the matter of T. J. Hell, bankrupt.
To tho Honorable Hosea Townsend,
Judge of tho Unltod States Court for
tho Southern District of Indian Ter
ritory: T. J. Boll of Troy In the Southorn
District of tho Indian Territory, re
spectfully ropresfiits that on tho -Sth
day of January, last past, ho was duly
adjudged bankrupt under the acts of
Congress relating to bankruptcy; that
ho has a'uly mirrcndercd all his prop
erty and rights of proporty, and has
fully complied with all the require
ments of said acts and of tho orders
of tho court touching his bankruptcy.
Whoreforo ho prays that he may be
decreed by tho Court to havo a full
discbargo from all debts provable
lugalnst h's estato under said bank
rupt art3, exempt such debts as arc
'excepted by law from surh discharge
Dated this 22nd day of March, A. D.
1002. T. J. BELL. Bankrupt.
J. P. WOOD, Attorney.
Indian Territory, Southern District, ss.
On this 22nd day of March, A. D.
1902, on roadlng the foregoing peti
tion, It Is
Ordered by tho Court that a hear
Ing bo had upon tho Bale on tho 5th
day of May, A. D. 1902. boforo said
Court, at Ardmoro, in said ulstrlct, al
2 o'clock in tho afternoon; and that
notice thereof bo published In the Ard
moreito, a newspaper printed In said
district, and that all known creditor.!
and other persons in Interest may ap
pear at tho said timo and placo and
show causo, if any they have, why the
prayer of the said petitioner should
not be granted.
And It Is further ordered by tho
Court ,that tho clerk shall send by
mnll to all known creditors copies of
said petition and this order, address
ed to them at thoir places of resl
denco as stated.
Wltnras tho Honorable Hosoa Town
send, Judgo of the -said Court, and thn
seal thereof, at Ardmore, In said dis
trict, on tho 22nd day of March, A. D.
1902. HOSEA TOWNSEND, Judgo.
First published March 26, 1902
Notice of Sale.
Notice Is hereby given that I, S.
It. Scivally, as trustee of tho. bank
rupt estate of J. B. Cox of Mead, I.
T., acting under order of tho bank
rupt court for tho Southorn district
of tho Indian Territory, at Ardmore,
will, at tho town of Mead, Southern
district of tho Indian Territory, on
Tuesday, April 15, 1902, between tho
hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock
! p. m., offer for sale to tho highest and
best bidder for cash tho stock of gon
oral merchandise invoicing $910.35,
store house Invoicing J1C6.C0, togeth
er with notes and accounts amounting
to about $1,200, horso, cow, halo of
cotton, tftc, and nil assots of what
soever character beIoning to said
This the 4th day of April, A. D.
S. It. SCIVALLY.
First published April 4, 1902.
A wealth of affection Is all right
until you try to pay rent with It.
Many people suffer untold torture
from piles, because of tho popular
Impression that thoy cannot bo cured.
TABLEIt'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT
ME NT will euro them. It has met
with absoluto success. Price EO cents
in bottles; tubes, 75 cents. ,W. B.
Frame, City Drug store.