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IV Cnntlona Amrrli'nii Toilrlnl mill III 1'rnM'lliiu Cmiiimnliili. A cntilluiiH A merlon ii tnivclliii; from l'nrls to Nlco cuiiiu yoiiro ago fouml u trniig"r In tliu coinpni tinont in which lie hrul Mociinil n bertli. "Aro joti Mr. V snld Uio strnn ROT. Tlic Aiiiarlctin In stirprlso nnswpri-d nlllrmnUvcly. "Hit'.' wild tlio HlniliBor. "I Imiu'reil lit tliu hooking ofllco who wns to lio my Imvi'lliiK, companion." Tim Amorlroti renllnnl Mint this vns no ordlnnry limn nilil soon found hin self nlmoMt hypnotized liy t lie str.iii gcr'H coiiiiiinmlliiK iyi. When the mini proposed enrds. the Amrrlcnn (inspected thnt he was a pro fessional BflJIlbier. lie tiuitle limn.v ex cuses, Iliinrty anying thnt lie cured for -none of tho KnmuM which IiIm tompan Jon su(,'Ktftted. "All rlRht," was tho discomfort hik reply; "we'll piny anything you like." When thS American mcntloiu'd nn obscuro French Kama, wlihii ho hoped 1ho other would not know, nnd found 'Ills MlKROxtlon taken up eflKcrly, ho wns more than ever migpkiotix. "Utit," ngked tho American, "do you know how to piny It?" "No," wns tho reply, "but you cun tench mo." Tho Amcrlcnn now hnd tittle doubt thnt tho man was n enrd exited, look lug for n vlotlin, but, as no suggestion of high stnkcs wiih made, ho concluded to venture. und after koiiio hours' play ing had scon nothing on the part of his fellow passenger that looked like chentliiK. Hut whon next morning his compnn Jon suggested that they play ngiiln to whllo away the lime the Amerlcnu grow suspicious ngnlu nnd pleaded a headache. Whon thoy entered the station nt Nice, the lnon hnndod the American Ids card. It litre the name uf Lord ltussel of ICIIIowcu, lord chief Juitlco of England, Youth's Companion. Oil Springs Picnic. There will be a Brand picnic at Oil Springs on July 10 nnd 11. Every body Is Invited to come and spend n couple of days on the banks of Oil creek. Tho Indian people are espe cially Invited, as an effort ' will be mndo to linvo nn old-fashioned war dnnco. Parties wanting; stand privi leges can consult tho committee at tho Springs at any time. JOHN THOMAS. JOHN HUTCH1N", V. F. HATCHFOItD. V, S. M. BROTNLEC, Committee. tCavo bus and carriage calls at Hanks hotol for Cathoy's bus. Prompt attention. 11-lm Thero Is always some one In overy crowd who remains just quiet enough to be nblo to tell afterward whnt fools the others made of themselves. Mrs. Maggie Hooper Sends Message. JolTorsonvllIo. Ind.. May 15, 1000. IVpsIn Syrup Co., Montlcello, 111.: Dear Frlonds: I was bothered with stomach trouble and dyspepsia for yenrs. Nothing helpod mo until I tried your grand Dr. Cnldwell's Syr up Popsln, and now I fool like a new woman. You may publish this, that all others may learn of tho great .benefit of your euro. SInceroly your, .MUS. MAGGIIS HOOPEI1. Sold by U. Frame, Ardmoro and Maillll. Wo have noticed thnt at a celebra Hon, at the stands where they sell things at high prices, you nnd signs lo this Oltect: "Welcome. Visitors. Was Wasting Away. Tho following letter from rtobort HI. 'Watts of Saloni, Mo., Is Instruct Mvo: "I hnvo boon troubled with hid noy dlsonso for tho Inst five years. 1 lost flesh and never folt well, nnd doctored with loading physicians and tried nil remedies suggested, without relief. Finally I trlod Foley's Klilnoy Cure, and loss than two bottles com plotcly cured mo and I am now sound and well." llonnor & Dormer. Until the oupsgoment Is announced a girl ongngod to the most reliable man In the world has a terrible un curtain feeling. 'No good health unloss tho kidneys aro sound. Foloy'a Kldnoy Cure mnkos tho kidneys right. Bonner & llonnor. A G-weeka-old baby had the colic ro eoutly, and It mother snld It had ap pendicitis! Not even the poor bnbles are allowed, of late, to have the old fashioned diseases. Interesting to Asthma Sufferers; -Dnnlol Hnnto of Ottorvlllo, luwn, wrltos: "I have had asthma for three or four years, and havo tried about all tho cough and asthma euros In tho market, and havo recelvod treatment from physicians In Now York and other cities, but got vory Ilttlo benefit until I tried Foley's Honey nnd Tur, which gavo mo lmmodlato rollof, nnd I will nover bo without It In my tiouso, I sincerely recommend It to all." Connor & Bonnor. Allotments. Wo havo customers for good al lotments. If you wish to sell your farm, come and see us. If you wish to buy, wo havo several desirable al lotments, Including both grazing and Improved lands, nODEUTS, POLAND & BRUCE, Over First National Bank. 1 could not rise to my feet without fainting. "I had suffered for three yenrs or more at monthly periods," writes Miss Klla Sapp, of Jamestown, Guilford Co., N. C. "It seemed as though I would die with trains iu my back mid stomach. I could not rise to my fect at all without fainting ; had Biven up all hope of ever being cured, when one of my friends insisted upon my trying Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. With but little faith I tried it, nnd before I had taken half a bottle I felt better, had better appa tite and slept better. Now I have taken two bottles of ' Favorite Pre scription ' and one of ' Golden Medical Discov ery ' and am happy to say I am entirely cured, and all done iu two montlis' time when all othir medicines had failed to do any good at all." Dr Pierce's Plensant Pellets a pleasant and ef fective laxative or women. GULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE RAILWAY CO. Excursion Rates. Tho Santa Fo has put In reduced rates from all stations to Sulphur Springs, I. T., tho famous Indian Ter ritory health resort. Got rate from Santa Fe agent, which Includes stage ride from Davis to Sulphur Springs and return. Send nnd get pamphlet. rickets on sale daily until Septembor SO, 1902, Inclusive good returning Oc tober 31, 190!. IH4NTSVILLE, TEX.: Sam Houston Summor Normal School, Juno 23rd, to July 31st, Limit August 1st, Rates on tho convention plan. ATLANTA, OA.: Negro Young People's Christian nnd Educational Congress, Au gust C to 11. Hate, ono standard first-class limited fare plus $1.50, membership fee. Soe Santa Fo ngonts for limit. MONTEAGLE, TEX.: Montengle Sunday School Insti tute, August 11 to 23; limit August 27. Rate one first-class standard faro for the round trip. MONTEAGLE, TENN.: Mont eagle Assombly Bible School July 3 to August 15; limit not later than August 30. Rate, ono standard first-class limited faro for the round trip. TACOMA, WASH.: Annual meeting Young People's Union Socloty of tho United Presbyterian Church. Seo Santa Fo agents for ratos and limit. SULPHUR SPRING, I. T.: Tourist rates. Soe Santa Fe agents for particulars. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.: nionulnl mooting. Knights of Pythias, August 12 to H. 1902. Soo Santa Fo agent for rate and limit. MACON, OA.: Annual Mooting Farmers National Congress, October 7th to 10th, Limit October 15th, Rato one standard first-class limited faro for tho roundtrlp, NASHVILLE, TUNN. Poabody College Summor School, June 10th to July 2Sth, Limit August 2nd, rato on standard first olass limited for tho round trip. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. National Baptist Convention (Col ored), September 17th to 21th, Limit Sept. 20th, rato one stand ard first class limited fare for tho rouund trip. ST. LOUIS, Mo.: Slimmer Institute Meeting, June 100!, limit Somptember 16th rate one standard first class limited fare, plus $2.00 for the round tflp CHICAGO. ILL.I Summer Institute Meeting, June 1902, limit September 15th rate one standard first class limited faro, plus 2.00 for the round trip. DENVER, COLO.: Trlonnlal Convention Internal lonal Sunday school Association, Juno 20th to July 2nd, limit Aug ust 2nd. Soo Santa Fo Agont3 for rates. DENVER, COL.: Trlonnlal convention Intornatlon nl Sunday School Association, Juno 2(3 to July 2; limit August 2; rato ono faro plus 12.00. Nearly overy person you moot Is looking for "encouragement" Jlut tho mo3t successful men havo found It necessary to oncourage themselves, I NOTICE OF SALE OF LOfS VACANT LOTS IN THE CITY OF ARDMORE AT AUCTION. Town Site Commission Gives Notice That the Sale of Vacant Lots In Ardmore Will Begin at 9 a. m., July 14. Notlco Is hereby given that the fol lowing described vacant lots In the town of Ardmore, Chickasaw nation, Indlnn Territory, will bo sold at pub lic auction to tho highest bidder, be ginning July 14, at 9 o'aloak u. m., 1902: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, S, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 11 In block 1; lots 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 In block 2; lots 1, 2, 3, I, C, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 in block 3; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, G, 7, S nnd 9 In block 4; all of block 5; lots 1, 2, 3, 7 and S In block C; all of block 7; nil of block 8; lots 1, 2, I, 5, C and 7 In block 9; lots 2. 3, I, 5, C, 7 and 8 In block 10; all of block 11; all of block 12; lots 1, 2, 3, C and C In block 13; lots 3, 4, C, C and 7 In block 14; lots 2, 3, 4 and 5 In block IS; lots 2 nnd 3 In block 1C; nil of block 17; lots 1, 2, 3 and 5 In block IS; lots 1, 2, 3, 4 nnd 5 In block 19; all of block 20; all of block 21; lots 1, 2, 3, 5 nnd G In block 22; nil of block 23; lots 1 nnd 2 In block 25; lots 1, 2 and 7 in block 2G; lots 1, 2, 3, G, 7 and 3 In block 29; lots 1, 2, 5 nnd G in block 30; all of block 32; lots 3, 4, 5, 6 awl In block 33; lots 2 and 3 in block 34; lots 2, 3, J, 6, G, 7 and S In block 35; lots 1 and 2 In block 3G; lots 3 and 6 In Mock 3S; lots 1, 2, 4, 7 awl 8 In block 30; lots 5 and 8 In block 43; lots 3, 7 and S In block 44; lots 6. G, 7 and 8 In block 4G; lots 4 and 5 In block 47; lots 1, 2 and 4 In block 4S; lots 1 and 4 In block 49; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, C, 7 and 8 in block 53; lots 4 nnd 5 In block 55; lot 3 In block 57; nil of block 58; lots G nnd 7 In block 59; lots 2 and 5 in block G3; lots 5, G, 7 and 11 in block 61; lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and G In block G5; lots 1, 3, 4, 5 and G In block GG; nil of block G7; lots 2, 3, 5 nnd G In block G8; lots 1, 2, 4, 5 nnd G In block G9; lots 3 and G In block 70; lots 1 and 2 In block 71; all of block 72; lot 3 In block 73; lots 1, 2, 4, 5 and G In block 74; lots 1, 2, 3, 4 nnd G In block 76; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 In block 7G; lots 4 and G In block 79; lots 1 nnd 2 In block 82; lots 1 and G In block 88; lot 1 In block 91; lots 6 nnd G In block 93; lots 3 and G In block 95; lets 1, G, 7, S, 9 and 10 In block 9G; lets 1, 2, 11 and 12 in block 97; lots 8 nnd 9 In block 98; lot 1 In block 100; lot 1 In block 103; lot 4 iu block 110; lots 1, 2, 3, S nnd 9 In block 111; lot 4 in block 112; lota 6 and 0 In block 113; lot 3 In block 116; all of block 117; ots 3, 4 nnd F in block 1 IS ; lot 0 in block 119; lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 120; all of block 122; lot 4 in block 12S; lot 4 In block 121; lots 2. 3 and 6 In block 125; lots 2, 3 nnd G In block 12G; lot 4 in block 127; lots 1 and 2 In block 130; lot 5 In block 131; lots 1 and 3 In block 132; lot 4 In block 134; lot 9 In block 139; lots 1, 3 nnd 4 In block 140; lots 4 and 8 In block 142; lots 8 and 9 In block 143; lots 3 nnd 4 In block 15G; lot 1 In block 159; lots 2, 4 nnd 5 In block 108; lots 2, 3, 4 and 5 In block 109; lots 1, 3 nnd 4 In block 170; lot 4 In block 173; lot 1 In block 178; lot 5 In block 181: lots 2 nnd 3 in block 1SS; lot 2 in block 189; lots 3, 7 and 10 In block 193; lot 5 In block 196; lots 5 and G In block 203; lot 1 In block 200; lots 5 and 6 In block 20S; lots 1, 2 and 3 In blook 211; lots 1, 2, 3, 1 and 5 In block 216; lot 1 In block 220; lots 3, 4. 5, C nnd 7 In block 23G; lot 1 In block 237; loU 2, 3, 4 nnd 6 In block 28S; lots 1, 2 nnd 3 In block 239; lot 3 in block 246; lot 4 in block 217; lot 1 In block 218; lots 2, 0 nnd 7 In block 258; lots 2, 4 nnd 5 In block 258; lot G In block 280; lot 1 in block 203; lot 2 in block 204; lot 5 Iu block 2CS; ioi i in mock 2S4; lot 1 In block 2S5; nil of block 2SG; lot 4 In block 2S7; lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 In block 2SS; lot 1 In block 2S9; lots 1, 2 nnd 3 In block 291; lots 1 nnd 2 In block 293: lots 1. 3 nnd 4 In block 291; lot 2 In block 298; lot 4 In block 309; lots 1 nnd 2 In block 310; lot 5 in block 313; lot 3 In block 314; lot G in block 316; nil of block 316; all of block 317; lots 5 nnd 0 in block 31S; lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10 and 11 In block 319; lots 1 nnd 2 In block 320; lots 2 nnd 3 in block 332; lots 1, 2, 5 nnd 0 In block 333; lots 2, 3, 4 nnd 6 in block 335; lot 1 in block 330; lot 1 In blook 337; lots 1, 2 nnd 3 In block 338; lots 1 nnd 6 In block 340; lot 3 In block 341; lot 1 in block 347; lots 3, 5 nnd G In block 348; lot 3 In block 350; lots 1, 2, 4, 6 and 7 In block 354; lot (3 In block 358; lots 1 nnd 6 in block ,361; lots 6 and 6 In block 307; lot 18 In block 383; lots 2 and 14 In block 380; lots 2 and 3 In block 391; nil of block 392; lots 2 nnd 5 In block 393; lots 1, 3, 4 nnd 6 In block 394; nil of block 396; all of block 300; lots 2 nnd 3 in block 397; lot 4 In block 398; all of block 399; lot 8 In block 400; loU 9 and 11 In block 401; lots 4 nnd 6 In block 406; lots 7 and 8 In block 427; lot 1 In block 428; lot 3 In block 430; lot 5 In block 434; lot 1 In block 435: lot 1 In block 410;; all of block 442; all of block 448; lots 5 and 0 In blook 19; lot 2 In block 462: lot 1 In block 48G; lots 6, 6, 7, 8 and 11 In blook 467; lotn l nnd 0 In block 44; lots 1 nnd 2 in block 468; lots 1, 2, 8, 7 nnd S In block 4M;. all of block 7; all of block 408; all of block 4fl8; lots 6 and 8 lu block 470; lot In block 472; lots 1 nnd 2 In block 470; all of block 477; nil of block iS; lots 1, 2, S, 4, 6, 0 nnd 8 In block 480; nil of block 4S1; lots 3, 4, 6 and lu block 482; lots 1. 2. 6. 6. 7 and S In blook 487; nil of block 4S8; lot G In block 401; lot 6 In block 403; lots , 2, 3, 4 and 5 In block 497: Iota 1. 2 and U In block 49S; lots 7 and 8 In block 501; lot 1 In block 502: lot ?, in block 504; all of block SO; all of block 507; all of block 508; lots 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8 In bloek 509: lot 3 In block 611; lots 3, 4 and G In block 512; lots 2 and 3 In block SIS: all of block 816; lots 1. 2. 3. 4. S an 1 nil of block 51G; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, K and In block KIT; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, S ami J In block 520; lots 2, 4, 5, G, 7 awl 8 n block 521; all of block 522: all of block 623; all of block 524: all r: block 525; lots 3 and 4 In block 5!0: lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and G In block 527; all )r block 5 23; all of block 529; lot 7 n block 530; lot 8 In block 630A; lot t in block 531; lota 1, 2, 3, 4 "and 5 In block 532; lota 1, 2. 3, 4 nnd 5 In block 583; nil of block 634; nil of block 535; all of block 630; lots 1. 2. 3 nnd 4 In block 637; lots 1, 2, 3 and 5 In block 53S; lots 1, 3, 4, 5 and 0 In block 530; all of Mock 641: all of block 542; all of block 543; lots 2, 4 and G In block 541; lots 1, 2, 3, G, 11 and 12 in block 615; lots 3, 5. G ami 7 In block 54C; lots 1. 2, G, 7 and 8 In block 54&; lots 1 2. 5 and 7 In block 649; lets 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 In block 550; all of block 831; nil of block 552; lets 1, 2, 3, i nnd 5 la block 553; all of block 554; lots 3, 1, Z and G In block 555; lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and G in. black 550; lofej 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and G In block 667; lot3 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7 In block 558; lots 1, 3, 4 nnd 5 in Mock 559; all of block 300; lots 1, 2, 3, 8 and 9 In block 681; all of "block 562; all of block 668; lots 1, 2, 3 and 7, In block 504; all of block 505. ARTHUR V. HEIFLEY , WESLEY B. BUI1NEY. Townslte Commissioners and Ap praisers Chickasaw Nation Indian Territory. One of the greatest accomplish ments In the world is to be able to back up the minute you nod yourselt going wrong. Laugh and the World I-mgh with you; have chills and you chill alone. Cheatham's LoyhMvp Chill Tablets cure, civo an nnnntltP and strength. Most convenient chill ionic on arm. can carry in tho vest pOCKOC Notice In Bankruptcy. In the District Court of tho United States, for tho Southorn District, at Ardmoro; In the matter of Ben W. nrown, bankrupt. In bankruptcy: To tho orodltoxa of Bon W. Brown, In tho Southorn district, in tho In dian Torrltory, at Ardmore, a bank rupt: Notlco is horoby given that on the 19th day of May, 1002, the said Ben W. Brown was duly ad judged bankrupt, and that tho flrt mooting of his creditors will be held at my offlco at tho court houso In the city of Ardmoro, on tho 5th day of July, 1902, at 10 o'clock In the fore noon, nt which tlmo tho said credit ors may attond, prove tholr claims, appoint a trust, oxamlne tho bank rupt nnd transact such other buslnoss as may como beforo said meeting. JOHN HINIvLE, Reforee In Bankruptcy. Flrat published June 25. 1902. Notice In Bankruptcy. In the District Court of tho United States, for the Southorn District, at Ardmore; In tho mnttor of L. F. Beard, bankrupt. In bankruptcy: To the creditors of L. F. Board, In tho Southern district, In the Indian Torrltory, at Ardmoro, a bankrupt: Notlco Is hereby given that on tho 21th day of May, 1902, tho said L. F. Beard was duly adjudged bankrupt, and that the first mooting of his creditors will bo hold at my offlco at tho court houso In tho city of Ard moro, on tho 5th day of July, 1902, at 2 o'clock In tho afternoon, at which tlmo tho said creditors may attend, provo tholr claims, appoint a trustee, exaralno tho bankrunt and transact such other business as may como beforo said meeting. JOHN HINKLE, Reforoo In Bankruptcy First published June 25, 1902. PROFESSIOXU CARDS J. P THAYER, Civil Engineer and Architect SunvEva and Plats Madb. P'ns. estimates and specification! fur i-licd. (V man Building, Ardmore, I. T. LAWYERS. Stlllwell H. Russell Robt. E. Leo R. W. Dick RUSSELL, DICK & LEE, Lawyers. Office In Noblo Bros.' building. MORAN SCOTT, Law And Real Estate Ardmore, Ind. Ter W. A, Ledbotter. S. T. Bledsoe, LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE. Attorneys nt Law. Offlce In Ledbotter A- Bledsoe Build ing, Main strcoL K.L.Q.rrtll. w.n.niam GAftRETT & UINOHAM. ArronKKTs-AT-LAw Dot oItU tnl crlmlnl prtoilo. D mflA In If ha.U. KnIM i. - boaT.. ArdmSr. I. T UWP "r JOBEPH P. MULLEN. ATTOBNH7 AND CODNBKLOB AT LAW 0IMI!t L4W A BriCIAlTT. V0.nJ,"?.C.2.oi0.'V,,n,i ' of idm" .", v.. '",rlcl' "xoooiit aaptrl ooariDoaae Ardmora I. T P.HYMCIAN3. W. M. CHANCELLOR Physician and Surgeon uiiikb ui, mine oi women an.f children and K-nerl iojrnrlvB auricery a. ipeclaley. lr.';.,e,i(:.Gst eot noriheast, wond door north of Tblrtl avenue: Dr. F. P. vorj teller, Ooallit and Anriat. Speolal tantlon itlren to aorsery and DUeasea of the KYE, EAR, NOSE A ISO THROAT, Cllasse Accurately Fitted Offlce over Bonner & Ooaner'a Drag Htore Room 3 and S. Ardmore, I, T. Phone! Residence 41, Offlce 15. Walter Ilardy. Uei. Phone Bt. J.O. UoNaea. Re-J. Phona 11. IIARDY A McNBES, Physicians and BniioooNfl. Doe hoa.il i 10 to 11 a, m.. lto 4 p. m.,and S to 9 p. m,i Bnndaya, 10 to 11 a. m. and I to I P.m. Oram Phone ira. Offloeovsr Ilamiey'i druK atoro corner Main and Oaddo alreela. OR. O. W. IJENTnCSEN, Vktkmnauy Suuokon, Call at Olty or Central Livery Stables, Ardmore, I. T. RISKEKAH WIUGHT-BASCOM, Physician and Surgeon. Office over City National Bank. Oflko hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m. Phone 233. Ardmore, I. T. J. C. MILNER. Physician and Surgeon. DlseasftR nf unman nml MilMran treated successfully. Special attontlon given to the cure of Whisky, Tobaeco, Snuff, Morphine and other habits. All Cures Guaranteed. P. O. Box 371. Ardmoro, I. T. I. W. FDLSOM, M. D. Does a General Practice. Special Attention to Obstetrics, Diseas es of Women and Childrea. 31 Years Experlcnco. OfflceorerBoDner.il nonner'a drnir itore, OmoDhoue lsi realdenco rM. J. W. SMITH. R, b. MOORE. Phono 14. Phone 76. SMITH at MOORE. Physicians and Surgeons. Offlca in Gorman Block, oyer J. B. Wall's drug store. Offlce telephone No. 6, three rings. J.W.Shackleford. Mn.J.W.Shackleford DRS. 8HACKLEFORD, Osteopathic Physlclana.- We treat both Acuta and Chronic Dis eases, but make a specialty of chronic diseases and diseases of women. Phone 218. Office, 414 North Washington 8treet DR. J. F. 80N, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention Given to Diseases of Women and Children. Office In Gorman Building. Offlce Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p.m. Offlce Phone io. 6. Residence Phone No. 132. Rates, 32 per Day KEMP & MAYTUBBY General Livery Business. UACKS meet all trains at Ravia day and night. Tishomingo, I. T. One fare Plus $2.00 ft FORI - , ROUND TRIP VIA Points in East and Southeast, Alabama, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi and Snuth Carolina. Tickets on sale every Wednesday and Saturday during July and August. Limit sixty days irom date of sale. Pullman Sleepers, Parlor Cafe Cars, through Reclining Chair Cars (seats free). Write or call on OonooVKB, D. M MaioM W.N. Waxes T. P. A. T. P A. O.P.iT. A. Waco. Tex . Ft Worth, Tex.. Tyler, Tex. RAC 0 EJCA3 ft HEW FAST TRAIN Betiroan St. Loals and ICinsai City and OKLAHOMA CITY, VVEilITA, OENSSON, SHERMAN, DALLAS, FORT WORTH Kn principal polnto InTci.is and thoSivith west. This train la new throughout and la mailo of tho flnust equipment, proTldwl with cioctrlo lights anil all other modorn ;raToUnj? convenience. It run via our iux zocipleted Sled River Division. Ervry nppllanco known to modorn ear building and railroading has been omplojwi latha make-up ot this aerrlco, Including Cafe Observation Cars, amler tho management of Prod, Harrey. Full Information aa to rates and all details nt a trip via this new rnutu will bo choutully 'jrnfshml, upon application, by any atre sentatlve or tho ..We are at your service aa.. House Raisers and House Movers All work entrusted to ua done Promptly and Carefully We solicit your patronage. Leave yonr orders at Potterf & Bowman's office, WALKER & USSERY Thl signature Is on erory bor or the gennlna Laxative BroinoQuinine Tablets the remedy that nirrn n colli In one ilay 50 YEAnS EXPERIENCE Truce Marks designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone onillnij n kotrhnnd i.iTirUnn m.J tttlrilr asi-ertam our opinion fro whethor an ti-en'l'in It prnbablr puriitahl. rmiiniuili. t .t st;ri 'ir.mnliitlaL llir. lt.kuii I'ui-nrt le free, ulrtojt acenry fomrcurmiMiiiteiii. 1 'tenia taken tfirouirh Hunn Co, rcvMTe ijvi-lwl nutlet, without chame. In the Scientific American. A handjomelr llliifrled weeVr T.irceat Tit. lU.atlon ot any pclemiUa Journal, Teims it a r.'W.r.V'J?0'"'"' L fio'J br newaJeaiara. MUNN&Co.30'". New York Iiranch innce. .US F BU Waahlnuton. II. O. HACK LINE Davis TO Sulphur. Meets all trains. Good accommodations and prompt service. Wire or telephone J. R. BLYTHE, Lofton Belt Route TO I! 1