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WILL RIDE TO HOUNDS. Miss Alice Roosevelt Is Taking Course of Jumping Lessons. MIbb Roosovclt has been soon leav ing tho White Honso many times of lalo ilrossoil for n rldo. Tho explana tion of this Is Just ruvealed to her frlomla, She Ib tnHliiB a pourso of jumping lossons, with a view to fol lowing tho hounds. Sho has already learned to sit on hor horse with the greatest east and grace while going ovor n four foot hurdle, and Is ennui ed to hold him straight over Jump after jump In quick succession. While Miss Roosevolt has alrondy ridden and driven and Is a good whip and horse woman for ordinary purposou, she 1ms nevor ridden to hounds, and it Is for this purpose thnt she Is now taking tho lessons. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., tho president's oldest son, Joins Miss Roosevelt in her little hurdle lessons, and Is becoming an expert as sho. Whooping Cough. A woman who hns had experience with this disease, tells how to provont any dangorous consequences from it. Sho says: "Our three chlldron took whooping cough last summer, our ba by boy being only threo months old, and owing to our giving them Clinm borlaln's Cough Remedy, they lost nono of their plumpness and came out in much better lioalth than othor chil dren whoso parents did not uso this remedy. Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops. JESSIE I'INKEY HALL. Sprlngvllle, Ala. This remedy Is for sale by City Drug Store and F. J. Ramsey. 'Phone 1 12 for bus or baggago wagon. Meets all trains day and night. 11-lm LIGHT & THOMPSON. CATTLEMEN BID UP. Klowa and Comanche Leases Bring $119,409 This Year. As a result of a chango In the sys tem of loaslng grazing lands In the Klowa and Comnnche Indian reser vations In Oklahoma, the secretary of tho Interior has awarded contracts for loaslng these lands three years, aggregating ?119,409 por annum, as against $38,308 rocolved for the same lands last year, under the old system. Tho total amount of pasturago for which bids woro lnvitod is 383,000 acres, but one pasture of 15,000 acres Avas not leased, because of the with drawal of an Informal bid. This por tion will be Informally loasod later at 2B conts nn acre. Thoso who secured the contracts are cattlemen from Oklahoma and Texas. Tho Laldlaw Lumber company has tho host paint on earth. They guar anteo It- to stand as follows: Two coats for threo years, and throo coats for five yoars. Can you boat It? And It costs no moro than many Inforlor paints; lasts longor and looks better. What moro do you want? It you nro going to paint. It will pay you to fig ure with Laldlaw. 11-tf HoTv knowing a shad must he It It "fesls It In Its bones." CITY GOVERNMENT. R. W. Dick Mayor J. H. Mathers City Attorney John L. Gait Police Judge G. H. Ilruco City Clerk W. R. Roborts. Assessor and Collector D. E. Booker Chief ot Police Bob McGeo City Scavenger Aldermen. First Ward J. W. Golledgo, J. S. McCharen. Second Ward J. S. Mullen, I. R. Best. Third Ward C. L. Byrne. W. C. tf Kendall. Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner. A. C. Young. Committees. Finance C. L. Byrne, chairman; A. C. Young, J. S. Mullen. Street and Alloy I. R. Boat, chair man; C. L. Byrne, W. T. Gardner, J. S. McCharon. Police W. C. Kondall, chairman; I. R. Best, J. S. McCharen. Fire W. T. Gardner, chairman; J. W. Golledgo, J. S. Mullen. Waterworks A. C. Young, chair man; J. S. Mullen, C. L. Byrne. Ordlnanco J. S. Mullen, chairman; J. W. Golledgo, W. C. Kendall. Cometory J. W. Golledgo, chair man; W. T. Gardner, I. R. Best. Sanltnry J. S. McCharen, chair man; J. S .Mullen, W. C. Kendall, A. C, Young. Board of Health. Dr. J. W. Moffott, city physician; Drs. S. S. Carr, J. W. Smith, Walter Hardy; Mayor R. W. Dick That story about tho fall of man Is probably a myth, aftor all. If tho Devil had really gone Into Edon to befuddlo tho lady ho would liavo put on a gorgeous uniform and decorated himself with a lot of medals and crosses. Tho mnn who does his duty has a right to tako the consequences. A TEXAS WONDKR, it HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. One small bottlo of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kidney and blad der troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emission, weak and lame back, rhoumatlBtn and all Irregularities ot the kldnoys and bladder In both women and men. Regulates bladder troublo In children. It not sold by your druggist, will bo sont by mall on receipt of $1. One small bottlo la two month's treatment and will euro any cause above men tioned. DR. E. W. HALL. Sole manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo., for merly of Waco, Texas. Sold by all druggist and W. B. Frame, Ardmorc, I. T. READ THIS. Abilene, Texas. Oct. 16, 1001. Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis: Dear Sir I suffered two years with kidney and bladder troubles, and one-half bot tlo of your Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, cured me entirely, and I cheerfully recommend It to all. Yours truly, GEO. ILVYDEN. T. L. HOLLAND J. M. COLSON JBT ML QOME lo the new barn on South Washington street to get your swell turnouts, new horses, new rigp, new harness. Everything new and first class. Come to ico us. We nro lioro to please and share a part of your livery trade. Special attention given to boarding horses. IlAI J (015011 PACIFIC COAST EXCURSIONS VIA $45 San Francisco, Cal., and Retcrx Knights of Pythias, August, 1902. Mystic Shriners, June, 1902, Portland, Oregon and Return United Workman and Trav eler s Protective Assoc iation, June, 1902. The onlv route that af fords A VIEW OF THE UNIQl'E CIVILIZATION A N D SCENIC GRANDEUR OF ARIZONA and NEW MEXICO. Interesting llteratur. ten cents pot ie. W. S. KEENAH, G. P. A. Galveston, Texas. $50 Thlt signature' Is on every box of the genuine 1 j. 1 . j-i. Luxunve uroniO'VHiinine Tablets the remedy that etirra n cold In one day narrn it vxm MlMfflfflB Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CH SCAGC, KANSAS CITY AND THE. PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. IIIFFET SLEEPERS AND FREE RECLINING KATY CHAIR CARS DINING STATIONS Ohtt RATED BY THE COMPANY SUPERIOR MEALS, rir 1 1 wi,ni .i. " -r r " t nn- wr wr mm WF s ? : barf k thp toff nf I if 0 M1IY t a 1iv.uvi u nil jiuii VI LI 1 1 VIILI 3. 5 Swhen it's made of Queen of the Pantry $ 1 'uui, 1 no uutiL 1 colm 1 1 1 1 iciiuciLio n mat any Flour can have is that when once of Queen of the Pantry. lir. f a - uayc a i MctgiiiiiivBii (. SlUUIV Ul (Jet 11 II cU goods and cereals on which we are mak- 0 J ing attractive prices. Order what vou want. Felker has it. FELKER The Grocer, ''THE ARDMORE STEAM 1 DYE WORKS' nas a wagon now. No trouble to call for work. Phone 230. L. F. BURTON, Prop. SUMMER IS HERE and every man owes it to himself to make the hot months as comfortable as possible, While making such preparations, look at our Summer Lap Robes 25c to 35c Each, and Up just as high as you want to pay We are right now selling the Harness of the town, Whether you be a railroad man, a mechanic, a professional man or whether you drive for pleasure, you can't afford to pass our Harness. We have what you need at prices lower than you can get the same goods any where else. L. J J O H N S O N THE KANSAS CITY STAR Published every evening and Sundny mornlnu, presents all the news of the 24 hours in the most nttractlve nnd readable shape. Well selected miscellany, special articles on topics of general Interest' anclcarefullyedltod and thoroughly authentic market reports, make every Issue of value to the reader. The Kansas City Star has 100,000 SUBSCRIBERS the largest circulation of auy newspaper In the world, published In a city of icss than 300,000 population. Tho Kansas Olty Star deserves and ob tains the appreciation of tho reading public or It never would have achieved such a great success. f Dally nnd Sunday, 1 mo 30c BUnSCniPTION nATEH- I Dallrand Bumlay.Sino 51,30 By mall postage p.epalil, i Dally and Hnn Jay, 6 mo J3.00 I Polly and Sunday, 1 year . . . , , $3.20 Delivered by Carriers, 10c a week. Sample copies mailed free upon request. KANSAS CITY WEEKLY STAR, One Year 25c wassm ilk far ! Hi it! W ik'. IL'HC'nEWI'llflillCeiil ik xsmm mm The Best Line & Old States Free R.eclininy Chair Cars Parlor Cafe Cars Pullman Sleepers Aik the nearest Cotton Bslt'Agent for rates and schedules or write V. II. WEEKS. D.M.M0B0AN. A. 1I00VE8. T. P. LITTLE, 0en.Paij.TH.Atl.f Trir. Pan. A Trar. Pan. A(t., Panr.Atl., Tiler. Tm. fl. Worth. Tm. Waco, Tex. Corlcana, Tea. ftl5CiajitefliiHBstfMBB A thorough, practical training; school, complete and up to date In every department. Day and night sobool the entire year. Dar pupils attond night sohool wl(h?ut extra charge. Tuition I7.M per month or ttutor unlimited scholarship. Board 110 to ftl'fiO per month. No taoattoa. Pupils may enter at any time. Every pupil la Iplaced on hi merits and may adrance as rapidly as his ability will permit. Thorough training In shortest time oonalatent with efflcleocy. Inferences Any bank or business firm la CUtnesTtlle. For catalogue address Q. P. BHLVIDQE'fA. u Preildent, Oatuesrllle, Tiaj. The Man with the floe If there is one class of people that de serve, above all others, to have labor saving machinery and profit making machinery, that class is the farmer, Add profit to vour Shay crop and save worry and breakdowns by using the National Hay jPress Everybody deserves a good Buggy and tue man who buys from us will never be disappointed, There is no chance for dissatisfactioe when you buy The White Elephant Buggy- We l .ave a new car and can give you just what you want at prices lower than you expect to pay, and on terms very reasonable, WILLIAMS, CORHNT& CO. The Hardware Men. I Your Credit is Good. ! If you have no Buggy you can't J afford to do without one this Spring It and Summer. Or if flip . - v.iw yuu ucivtj far g is getting old you can't afford to do & without one nf rhp "NT 1 T-T A v.. --''- ttiiu x x emu- 2 g some Buggies just received inour last car of the ft m m Blees-McVicker Buggies. a Don't come with the reply tnat you are not able. Call and see what we k will do toward making you able. Our am stock includes Buggies, Stanhopes, S Surries, and ROAD WAGONS. I STEVENS, KENNERLY & SPRAGINS CO. D. E. ALLEN'S Broadway Carriage Shop. Painting Woodwork i rimminsr Blacksmithing Rubber Tire Work Cold Tire Setting Can make you anything in the Buggy Line At same old stand, Corner North MM St. and Broadway. Free Through Reclining Chair Cars Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and THE WEST. WITS i Double Dally 8ervlc MEMPHIS, Tho EAST and SOUTHEAST. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cr. Msw Solid VetllbulM Trslss. Om.usUa SchkJul.s. ttttttx Sonic. HI 0lT UNI TO TNI I0VTNUIT WITH 10 !ljrm IT MMMMj IW kll t.r.rmllo. uU in Uci.l ul f u; u. or Ir.M I.LI.pri, T.M... . 0,11m. Tis. ss. V. Utlni, 1.T.L, Ohliitni, O.T. . M. U,e, M T.A., llltl, (hi, Irs. TAKE THEJARDMOREITE.