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' MAN BEFORE BFEKFAST.
Mirf III .Vnttirrtl Thnn Hiimnn, Siijh mi Olmrrvnnl llrilniiriilrnr. "Of course." said nn p venue rcstnu rant keeper, "I think my business gives mc the best opportunities In the worlil for Judging huinmi nature. My obser-vnttj:;i- bnvc led tne to tho conclusion that women, AS tiT'?"" ". tb".v rre Supposed to be, nrc ioie good on hired than men. The test for this trait comet at breakfast time. Now. I sup(oe that my customer nre about nn cheery n lot ns frequent nny restaurant In tut city. A good tnnny of them are news Iiiicr men, who, ns n nminl thing, take life as It comes wit lion t much com plaint. If you tn)te them In the even ing or late at night, you will llnd them the most companionable lot Imaginable, lint let me tell you (her li n difference In the morning. ; "As friendly m I am with moit of the met) wlto com In litre, (here Is not one whom I would enr to pro toko be fore he get! '"ra-fajt. Moit of the t'J:lcks' ai luaut ct ornlng the first tiionl of the Uiiy. The welter Is too flow; tbo cteok Is too rue; the steak Is too well dorr; tl-c vgK ore not fried jiroperly or ere belled too little or too much. ot by the time the average man has had a rood meal and a cup of hot coffee Itlctr.nl l himself again.' "Now, with women It In different. I don't know whether It la been use they wake up ! bung:y than men or .whether an empty stfronch affects their nerves to n Irs decree, lint tho who get their breakfast here milom annoy us with comj liilnis." Wnshlnuton Post. Don't Par tollernrr tI-irliiiiiT. Don't tall the editor what your fain lly or friend or literary acquulntancon ay of ywtr manuscript. Don't urge editor to buy your manuscript been use you need the mon ey to help you In contributing to the Hupport of your family or In making your way through college. Don't assume n Jaunty, sarcastic or Insistent tone with tho editor. Don't coyly ask him to "permit this literary dove to nest In your olive trco or elite return It to the nrk at tho above ml dress." Don't try to temper the neverlty of his judgment by sending lilm pressed flowers with your manuscript or to Impress him with vour literary power nnd experience by telling him that you "write on tin; spur of the moment and never correct." Hear in mind, in short, that the best ny to submit n mnnuncrlpt Is simply to submit It nnd let It speak for Itself. Franklin II. Wiley in Ladles' Homo Journal. i Snow In Vrnlcp, "I saw Venice onco under unusual circumstances," said n traveler. "At the time of which I speak that sunny, mulling land was wrapped In snow. Our folks were a bit surprised, but the natives were amazed. To tho real Ve netians snow Im a thing they do not know how to deal with. Mnny persons roumln nil day In bed Indulging In hot drinks nnd pans their time In doing nothing. Tho children, to their extreme satisfaction, nre not sent to school, nn the streets and S(iiares are covered with snow. Those courageous persona who venture abroad only walk at the slowest pace. To cross n bridge Is con tillered hnznrdous, If not foolhardy. St, Mark's square Is entirely deserted, Even the pigeons are Invisible." Mliiinh. Flow mnny people know that the monument that I.aban and Jacob set up near the borders of Caiman nnd called "Mlzpnh," or n lookout, was erected In suspicion nit her than love? The llternl meaning wns this: "The Lord watch between thee and mo when we are absent one from the oth er, nnd sec that you arc not up to ruiio new trick as soon us my back Is turn ed." So when It Is Inscribed In nn engage ment ring It might mean, "The Lord watch and seu that you do not lllrt when we nre absent one from the oth er.". Those who use the text nro some times wiser thuu they know. Stronir liven In Driilli. A yew tree almost destitute of branch es or bark grows abundantly In tho Caucasus to it height of fioin fifty to lxty feet and n diameter of a little over two feet. It grows slowly, but Its i tjiubcr Is almost Indestructible except uy nre. u is considered superior in durability, appearance and toughness to mahogany, which It otherwise some iwhut resembles. In some Inrgo forest a of this tree It is very dllllcult to dlstln. gulsh the live trees from tho dead onos, tho latter being very numerous and rnld to stand for 100 years after death without exhibiting decay. -vf-ii Division nf I.nbnr, Iloleno How long did you stay In Paris on your trip to Franco? , Emma Oh, n week altogether. Ileleno Hut surely you could not tnko in everything lu such n short tltnel Kmmn But vo did, all tho some. (You sec, there weru three of us. Mam ma took in tho picture galleries, I stud ied tho shops nnd thlugs, nnd pnpn ex amined tho local color lu the cafes. Kxchauge. ritimn Illrttlp. Sho (after tho service) You dreadful fellow! Why did you snillo during tho offertory? He I couldn't help it Thero wns Mies Addlo 1'obo singing "Had I tho jwlngs of a dove." Tho mental picture of u 00 pounder trying to Uy -with n pair of four luch wings was too much for me. When tho first baby howls nt night with tbo colic, tho father and mother look reproachfully ct each other, as If to say, "You got uie into thlsl" Atcu jgn'Glfllw. u.v..&i HOLLAND'S "WONDER" BOAT Eiprrta In llnllil nn KnlnrKril Pol Ion lu trim llir Allnntlr. After the submarine lont Fulton, on which on oxplwlon oocumd the other day. Injuring so(ne of her er w. had rested on the mud nt tii" bott' ... of IV conk bay. Long lslsnd, for flfti i con- ' eecutlve hours Inst November, with Ave or six men playing cards and f nst Ing as comfortably as they might In the smoking room of a hotel, elic '..aBj called John P. lioiiniKis "wonu . ' i boat, says the Philadelphia Press. No such test had ever been made be fore. Tho news wns cabled to France, where nnval experts awakened nn In ternatlonnl Interest In submarine war fare after the Ilrltish hud allowed It to slumber for half n century. Modern French submarine loots hate undo longer runs nnd faster time that? Tiny of tho Holland licet, but the Fulton broke nil records for remaining under , water. .,. ' Thus It was that Prince Henry had1 a keen eye for the new Holland boat on his visit to this country and watch ed her as she dlred under the keel of the Imperial yacht Hohcnzollern and came to the surface again n half mile away, i tie fact that the Austrian na val attache wns on board the Fulton on her 111 fated trip gives some Indication of the Interest taCn In American sub marine boats by foreign governments. Mr. Holland has tnlked sungulticly nbout ultimately crossing tho Atlantic with n slater ship to the Fulton. 'Ilie United States navy has six boats of the Holland type. The construction of the Fulton differs from tho others. She is large enough to carry five tor pedoes Instead of three nnd Is provided with n conning tower. The power comes from n 150 horsepower gasoline engine. Her limit of speed on the surface is ten knots nn hour and when submerged nbout eight knots an hour. Her surface radius of action is announced as -100 miles In ordinary cases, although it Is said that she could be sent -,500 miles in nn emergency. Her radius of action while totally submerged lu fifty miles. The entire distance can be made nt one run. without tho necessity of coming to the surface. This Is not the first accident to the Fulton. Shortly after her Peconlc bay test she suddenly went to the bottom. It wiih explained that the accident was due to carelessness In leaving valves open, nnd the boat was raised without much damage. John P. Holland Is quite enthusiastic nbout the future of his submarine boats. Ho has fought his way to government recognition through many obstacles. He Is u small, shrewd looking man, with merry, twin kling eyes, n tinge of Irish brogue and n well developed sense of humor. DANCED TO FIDDLE MUSIC. I'rratitrnt l.riul Ill- Cnllm-t In 01.1 Time llci-l. Particulars were recently learned of tho festivities nt Secretary nnd Mrs. Long's farewell dinner the other night to the president nnd the cabinet on board the Dolphin, says u special from Washington to tho New York World. President and Mrs. Itoosevelt, the sec retary of state, the secretary of the treasury and Mrs. Shnw, the attorney general, the secretary of agriculture and Miss Wilson, Hear Admiral and Mrs. Terry. Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. Ulenves, Mls Jones, niece of the postmaster general, and Miss Long comprised the party. The boat was lavishly decorated. A big dolphin picked out in electric lights swung between tho masts. Tho government conservatories had been rnusncked for palms and flowers nnd potted plants. The Marino baud was stationed on the deck just above the saloon hatchway and played during the evening. After dinner tho president learned that one of tho sailors played the fid dle. Tho jackle wns summoned, nnd the president asked him If he could play n good old fashioned "shake down." The sailor said ho could and struck up the Virginia reel. The presi dent niid his cabinet ministers chose their partners nnd. with tho president lu the lend, "shook It down" on the deck lu lively style. The only mishap was when Secreta ry Wilson lu turning n sharp comer fell on tho slanting dock. Everybody laughed nt the secrotnry, nnd the pres ident shouted: "Get up. you old cornstalk!" The dance was not strenuous enough for the president Two other jncklcs were seut for and gnve n broadsword exhibition. Then two more came and boxed three lively rounds. Ily this time It was 11 p. in., and the Dolphin put In for shore. Mn- In t'nilirln. Say, O wamUr lovr. say. What is May In UmbrlaT Days that never dim nor darkle! NlKhts that tpsnglc. ntfftus Hint sparkle; Duwna that llumo with burnished iplen dor; Uvea that molt In raptures tender; Noons Hint glow with snpphlro burning; Kinging waters onward ymrnlnei Hhoullni; wolr nnd lining shallow; Ureen on rrtll Held nnd fallow; Ornin In rtppUa, Rrnln In billows; Bllvery poplar, silvery wtllowi; Music innklni; contadlnt; Olomy curia and dark eyes sheeny; NIshtlnKHle In cop? nnd olover, Kacli n little lyric lover; Cuchoo goaalpa never ciulet; lllomom revel, bloMom riot; Kvery breez nbrlm lth frncranca From the hill and valley vugranti; ltoaea In tin- landed coppice. Privet, pimpernel nnd poppies; Ilnrebella. thyme in purple stretches; Vervain, violets and vetches; Stately corn lings hucd na lire Is; Honeysuckle, orchis, Iris, Web ns delicate nnd dear ns Kver shnh beheld In Shlrar. And through all, above and under, (Something moving llko a wonder, Something vigorous and vernal, Uvnnescvnt, yet eternal I Boch, the wander lovers eay. Much la May In Umbrla. Clinton Scollard In May Womnn's Home Companion. "Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work. teal ..- A Collrne .'Man nnd n Quotation. Some ono once said, "A llarvnrd man knows nil literature but the Hlble," n startllngly sweeping generality, but not without truth so far ns the Ilible Is concerned. A cate in point came to light the other day. Two Harvard men were reading together tome famous modern orations, one of them a eulogy. The eulogy closed with the words: "O death, where Is thy sting? O grave, where Is thy victory'" "What n benutlful close!" exclaimed one of the students enthusiastically. "The mnti who wrote such u sentence ns that proves that the grand style In prose did not die with tho eighteenth century." It should be lidded In fairness that the other student was n churchman nnd said nothing. New York Tribune. You Know What You Are Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula Is plnlnly printed on every bottle showing thnt It Is simply Iron nnd quinine in n tastoless form. No curt no pay. 50c. The sonsoned love of n twice-made widow has its reminiscent periods. No Loss of Time. "I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd DInrrhoea Remedy for years, and would rather bo out of cof-1 fee and sugnr than It. I sold flvo1 bottles of It yeBterday to threshers thnt could go no further, and they are at work again this morning. 1 H. It. PHELPS, Plymouth, Oklahoma. As will be seen by the nbove the threshers were able to kcop on with their work without losing a single day's time. You should keep a bottle ot this remedy In your home. For snle by City Drug Store nnd F. J. Ramsey. Tho woman with nn nbsent hus band has no padlock on her fancy. In constipation Horbmo nfforda n nntural, healthful remedy, acting promptly. A few small dosos will usually be found to so regulate tho excretory functions thnt they nro able to operate without nny aid what ever. Price 50 cents. At W. U. Framo's City Drug Store. Whnt n woman doesn't tell nbout herself onuses many a marriage. Foloy's Honoy and Tnr contains no oplntes nnd enn safoly bo given to children. Sold by llonnor & Homier. It takes n good woman to make a bad woman hate her. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Four teen Years "of Suffering. "I have been mulcted with Kelatlc rliPlllimt Ism for fiiitrtiuiii vnnm " u. Josh Edgar of Germnntown, Cnl "I was nolo to tie around, hut constant ly suffered. I tried everything I i mild hear of nnd nt lnet was told to trv Chnmborlnln's Pain Uulm, which I did nnd wns immediately relieved and in n short time cured, nnd I nm happy to say It has not since returned." Why not uso this llnlmont and get well? It is for snlo by City Drug Store and F. J. Rninsey. Soma heady men will not be d even with u ring In tho nose. You nevor heard of any one using Foley's Honoy and Tar nnd not being sntlsflod. Sold by llonnor & Ilonner, This Is a country In which even the pnuper yearns for distinction. If you have novor bought n White Elephant buggy, you havo never own od tho world's host mnko. Wo hnvo In a big shipment of Whlto Elephant hugglos, hncks nnd phaetons. Williams, Corhn & Co. Men are sometimes so worthless that It is a wasto of time to talk about them. W&h.ng dishes in the old way 3 year tn and year cut means drudgery. GOLD will do mere than half tho work fcr grease and grime , makes dishes shine Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chle&so, New York, Boston. St Louis MaKers et G AL FAIRY SOAP. Whooping Cough. A woman who has had experience with this disease, tells how to prevent any dnngerous consequences from it Sho snya: "Our three children took whooping cough last summer, our ba by boy being only three months old, nnd owing to our giving them Cham berlnln'H Cough Itomedy, thoy lost nono of their pliimpnosa and enmo out In much hotter health thnn other chil dren whose parents did not uso this remedy. Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops. JESSIE PINKEY HALL. Springvillo, Ala. This remedy Is for sale by City Drug Store nnd P. J. Ramsey. Protection is tho politician's means of Increasing his own power nnd of destroying the liberty, equality and Independence of the free citizen. Nothing has over been produced to equal or compare with Tablor'a Huck eye I'llo Ointment as a curatlvo nnd healing application for piles, fissures, blind nnd bleeding, external or Inter nal and Itching nnd bleeding of the rectum. The relief is Immediate and cure infallible. Price 50 cts.. In bot tles, tubes 75 cts. W. 13. Frame, City Drug Store. A widow Just in mourning hns a yenr to study the colors that will mntch her bettor than the old ones. KnlghtsvIIIe. Intl.. April 22, 1S9S. Pepsin Syrup Co., Montlcello. III. CJontlemen: I have been selling Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ever since It wns first introduced to the trade. It Is the best seller I ever had on my shelves and gives the best satisfaction to my customers of anything I ever offered them. Where I sell It once they Invariably return for more. As a laxative or a physic it 1b par ex cellence, the most pleasant nnd satis factory preparation I havo ever sold. Yours etc., G. H. CAME. Sold by W. 11. Frame, Ardmore and Madlll. Whon a mnn Is moan, ,ho neigh bors nlso abuse his wife for being so nioek-splrltod. For whooping cough, asthma, bron chitis or consumption, no modlelno oqunls Halhird's Horohound Syrup. 1'rlco 25 nnd 50 cents. At W. U. Frame's City Drug Store. It Is probnblo that every man nr rested thinks of having the sheriff investigated. MISS ROSE OWENS No. 720 Seventeenth St., "If evtrv lufferme woman his the same experience with Wine of Cardui that I had, your medicine will be most ripular. About a year ago began to have a worn out tired feeling with lassitude, pains In the back and head which kept Increasing every month. 1 felt that I needed something, but to get the right medicine was t& trou ble. I finally decided on Mm Hutt your Wine of Cardui and only needed to take three bottles when I was fully re covered," njTTlIIEN MUs Iloso Owens, who ft I 'ils a rt'sponsiblo position in I "' I tho Government servico at Washinpton, I). C, decided to try Wlno of Cardui, she mado a wiso choice. Over n million women have been relieved of female weakness by this same Wine li Cardui. It is not a strong medicine but niny bo taken ovwy clay in tho year by any woman with benefit. It docs not force results, but corrects derangements of tho menstrual organs. It strengthens tho nervous system, Rives tono to tho bodily func tions, acts directly on the genital orgnns, nnd is tho finest tonio for wo men known to the science of medicine. WINEofCARDVI tunes a day, 1095 times a year, DUST ycv. It softens hard water ; cuts like a new dollar. i ne quicicesi, Desi ana most economical way ct washing dishes, glassware, silver, pets and pans. There's no substitute worthy the name. Insist upon COLD DUST. . i, ,k Pay pf,op!f ft. 'mt thfy have dene, nnd not i)r- what jou expect thorn to do. What is Foley's Kidney Cure. Answer: It Is made from n proscrip tion of a lending Chicago physician, and one of tho most eminent In tho country. Tho ingredients nro the pur est that money enn buy, and arc scien tifically combined to got tholr utmost value. Sold by Uonner & Bonner. Do the beat you enn, and then go back over It and Improve It. Unless a woman eats sufficient nour ishing food she can neither gnin nor keep n good complexion. Food, when digested. Is tho base of all health, all strength, and all beauty. Herblne will help digest what you eat, and give you tho clear, bright, beautiful skin of health. Price 50 and 75 cts. W. D. Frame, City Drug Store. Human nature will take It all, If tho government will help It. Moore's Pilules aro a guaranteed .tiro for eli forms of malaria, ague, ntlls nnd fever, swamp fever. Jaun dice, malarial fever, bilious fever, bil iousness, fetid breath and a tired, list less feellng.They cure rheumatism and the lasMtude following blood poi son produced from malarial poisoning. No quinine. No arsenic, acids or Iron. Do not ruin stomach and teeth. En tirely tasteless. Price 5uc per box. Dr. C. C. Mooro Co.. No. 310 North Main St.. St. Louis, Mo. Sold by W. D. Prame, City Drug 9tore. A public question Is something to wrangle over. Foley's honey w Tat Ballard's Snow Liniment cures rheumntlsm, neuralgia, headache, sick headache, soro throat, cuts, sprains, bruises, old sores, corns nnd nil pain and lnllnmmatlon. The penetrating llnlmont in tho world. Price 25 :nn 50 cents. At W. B. Frame's City Drug Store. Somo people are so cheap that it takos a choap proposition to catch them. Safe, swift and sure Is the proper description of Cheatham's Laxative Tablets. Cures colds In a day. Can be carried In vest pocket, Easy to take. Guaranteed. Price 25 cents. n , D. C. J WASHINGTON If you aro a suffering wo man wo would say to you that Winoof Cardui seldom fulls to completely cure any case of femalo ills. We say emphatically, it never fails to benefit. Every day hun dreds of sufferers aro writing to our Ladies' Advisory De partment. Tho letters are opened by iiersons compe tent to give advice. Mrs. Jones wns cured bv follow Oirfnl, ing the advice which was freely Riven her by tho Ladies' Advisory Depart ment. .Miss Owens was cured without ndyico by just buying a 81.00 bottle of Wino of Cardui from her druggist and taking this great medicino in tho pri vacy of her home. No doctor's ex amination, treatment or advice is nec essary, "i ou have read what these two cured women have written. Is this not enough to lead you to determine to be rid of suffering? August 13, 1900, Mrs. W. II. Jones, of Cameron, JIo., writes: "I suffered terribly at monthly periods for three years. I would sometimes go for seven months with no flow at all. Now I have my health back again and am expecting to be confined in January. I cannot praise your medicine enough." A million suffering women havo found relief in Wine of Cardui. Bankruptcy Notice. In the United States court for tho Southern district of the Indian Ter ritory; in the matter of John C. Morgeson. bankrupt, in bankrupt cy; No. 59: To the Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judgo of the district court of the United States for the Southern district of the Indian Territory: John C. Morgeson of Wynnewood, in the Southern district of the Indian Territory, in said dlstritt, respectfully represents that on the 17th day of March, 1902, last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under tho acts of congress relating to bankruptcy; thnt he has duly surrendered all his prop erty and rights of property, nnd has fully complied with all the require ments of said acta and of the orders of the court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore he prays that he may bo decreed by the court to have a full discharge from all debts provable against his estate under said bank rupt acts, except such acts as nre ex cepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 26th day of April, A. D. 1902. JOHN C. MORGESON, Bankrupt. Southern Dlstrlc the Indian Ter ritory, ss.: On this 25th day of April, A. D. 1902. on reading the foregoing peti tion. It is ordered by the court that n hearing be had upon the sumo on tho 12th day of May, A. D. 1902, before said court, at Ardmore, In laid dis trict, at 9 o'clock In the forenoon; and that notice thereof be published in the Ardmorelte, a newspaper printed In said district, nnd thnt all known creditors and other persons In Inter est may appear at the said time and place and show cause, If any they have, why tho prayer of the said pe titioner should not bo granted. And It is further ordered by the court that tho clerk shall send by mall to nil known creditors copies of said petition nnd this order, address ed to them at their places of resi dence, as stated. Witness, the Hon. Hosea Townsond, Judge of the said court, and the seal thereof, at Pauls Valley, in said district, on the 25th day of April, A. D. 1902. ISoal of the Court. C. M. CAMPBELL, J. T. FLEMING, Clerk. Deputy Clerk. w (First published May 1, 1902.) Warning Order. United States of America, Southern District of Indlnn Territory; In Mnyor's Court, Town of Dougherty J. B. Harrison vb. John Craig alias J. C. Bond: The defendant, John Craig alias J. C. Bond, is warned to nppear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of plaintiff, J. B. Har rison. April 23, 1902. JESSE BIRD, SEAL. MaTOn (FlrBt published April 30, 1902.) Warning Order, n the United States Court, la the Indian Territory, Southern Dis trict; A. P. Butler, plaintiff, vs. Bertha Butler, defendant; No. 4934: Tho defendant, Bertha Butler, is warned to appear in this court In 30 days and answer to tho comnlalnt of tho plnlntlff, A. P. Butler. Witness: Hon. Hosea TownRomi Judge, this 14th day of April, 1902. Cbeal.) c. M. CAMPBELL, S. II. BUTLER. clerk. Attornoy. W. T. NIXON, Attorney for Non-Rcsldent. First published April 15, 1902. Warning Order. In tho United StntOB Commissioner's Court, Southorn District, Indian .territory, nt Ardmore: Joo F. Roblson (plnlntlff) vs. II. D. Reynolds (defendant); No. 3731;' Warning Ordor: The defendant, H. D. Reynolds is warned to nppear In this court within thirty days and nnswer to tho com plaint of the plaintiff, Joe F. Robl son. Witness: T. N. Robnett, United States Commissioner, Southorn Dls trlct, Indlnn Territory, nt Ardmore, I. T this April 19, 1902. SAM H. BUTLER, Attorney for Plaintiff. M. F. WINFREY, Attornoy for Non-Rcsldent. T. N. ROBNETT, United Stntes Commissioner. (First published April 20, 1902.) Tho Dally Ardmorelte to your homo folks will cost you $5.00 for the year You never Invested money In a more profitable concern. Send It to them now. They know tho worth of a good paper nnd want to read tho Ardmoro Ito. 8creen Frames. Cheaper at Kearneys than you can have them made. 3q.