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Hit i ! 0 St FIRST ANNUAL REUNION CONFEDERATE VETERANS OF the INDIAN TERRITORY 8 V m A RDMORE is proud of the opportu nity to extend its hospitality to the surviving Southern soldiers, and has provided every necessity and many of the luxuries for their entertainment. Ten Thousand Pounds of Beef, Pork and Mutton will be cooked for the occasion and this added to an abundant supply of other edibles well prepared will be distributed free to the camping soldiers. Every old Southern song that cheered the soldiers during the civil strife will be sung by a Chorus of 500 Voices There will be bands of music, military drills, soldiers parading in their old uniforms and bearing their old guns, the typical Southern girl oressed in homespun dresses will be here; in fact the Old South will live again. The soldier will hear the same rebel yell, listen to the same martial music and be surrounded by the same atmos phere that cheered him on in the 60's. Mayors of prominent cities, govern ors of states, Indian orators and the best orators of the Territory will oc cupythe platform along with the sur viving generals of the Confederate army. Other entertainments will be: horse racing, Indian ball game, live bird and Magua trap shooting, baloon ascen scion and merchants' trade display. A Cordial Invitation.... ARDMORE extends a cordial invitation to every Confederate Soldier in the land to come and be her guest for three days. You will find plenty of water, good beds, and in the large mess hall dining tables filled with the fat of the land. Ev erything free to the gray haired veterans. SPECIAL RATES on all Railroads. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ARDMORE JULY 22, 23 and 24, Jot r ? 0 C "6- to'. ... THE OLDJTIME DERBY. Anil llmr II !)lft-r 1'rom Iir Meet of TIi. ItiiMhltiir liny. It Is straw. In.liiil. to look back tijn on the iii:i:i:ifr u ml iiiptotus of tho rac ing world in tin- j i'iir of the first Derby and contrast tlirm with the now meth ods. In 17SO thrro wns the Jouriifj down to the little Surrey town, mid n coflclunnti thought lilmsolf lucky If he could force his wny from WoMmlnstcr to Kpsoui In twelve or fourteen hours without dlFlcdi'.n a wheel en route. None but tli.- rleliot clnFR could nITord to drive thui" lit r.ll, for those were dnys when tradesmen thought, like John Gil pi u, nn outing once In two years ns much ns they could afford. In those days, too, n visit to Upsom meant making n week of It. Lodging bnd to be taken In the town by those who were not fortunate enough to be invited to share the hospitality of some local magnate. Ilaelng began about 11 a. in., and after witnessing one or two bents the company would retire to the town to dine, returning later to witness the conclusion of the sport. Nowadays the man of fashion for the most part elects to travel to and fro by roll. lie gets his Derby, as It were, while he waits. It In quite possible for blm to partake of on enrly luncheon In Pall Mall, witness the great race with out acquiring a wrinkle In his collar or disturbing the imp of his box hat and land back at IiIr club In time for .1 o'clock ten and the special editions of tho evening papers. "The Classic Kng llsh Derby," by Edward Spencer, In Outing. Ilnkril Milk. Wlicli offering food and drink to the Invalid, one should avoid things very sweet ami very sour, ns they nre often very hurtful to weak stomachs. Most sick people can take milk, but In many cases it Is not well to give It raw. Baked milk Is good and may be taken fearlessly Into the most delicate stom ach. To prepare this properly put two quarts of fresh sweet milk In ft Jar covered with white writing paper, tightly tied down, and take It in an oven moderately hot until thick ns cream, which will tnltc about eight or ten hours. A less quantity will not re quire so long. St. I.ouls Republic. llrr MiiuIiik I'nar, Crossing on tin ocean liner recently wns n woinnn who sang whenever she wns asked, but she Imposed conditions. You were not to mind her attitude. Shu snug with her hands clasped be hind her neck, her elbows akimbo on a lino with her iiompadour, the eyes fixed on the smokestack, If she could have seen up through the promenade deck. Sho snld It wns her method. Other wo men suggested that the only method nbout It wns her iden that she looked pretty that way. Sho snug In this nttl tude at the ship's concert. New York Tress. A Qm-Hdon of Dcurrc Suave Young Shopwalker May I In quire, madam, for whom you wish to adopt mourning? Lady It Is my brother-in-law who Is dend. Shopwalker Certalnlv, madam. This way to the mitigated grief department, If you please. Tbnuk you! London Kinj. KHlll vt. "I've quit Joking my wife about wo men carrying their pocket handker chiefs In their pocketbooks." said Tenspot. "It didn't pay." "How was that?" nsked Hunker. "Sho said she'd carry money In hers Sf she had It. Handed her out $10 on the spot." Detroit Tree Press. Cultlvnto patience. As you get 61der you will find that It Is the only talent you are expected to hove. Atchison Globe. Whoro did the Idea originate that women ought to go north during tho summer months, while It is nil right for the men to remain at home and work their finger nails off? You A Coming Mother? Aro You Expectant? MOTHER'S FRIEND tniket cli-'dMrth tay and aim nit pnlnlei, by fire pa rid tlie tyttem for partnritiun, ttiui atlt f)g Nature, and horttnfi tt aNr. Hie painful ordeal of childbirth It roMnfd "flt terrors, and the danger thereof crcotly lesientd. to U'lh rnuther and chld, Jhe period f coufineinrnt I ulo greatly ihortvned, tht mother rvfcti si, and tho child fully developed, frtronx an-t hen'thy. Jaornlnjf tkltneo, or nntea arising from preg nancy it prevented by r He Inir the ttomach from th pretiure brouKl t to bear on it by It expand lnKortrini and by widen it U iitlluenced through l)tnpathy. A pregnancy advances, the breattt enlarge, become twollen, bard and tljtM. Lonic before the child it born, they are preparing for the ccrttlon of milk. It U Important to ucceMfut child tear ng that thv land tecetve early conhlderntio. hbtt!ir'i l riend voftent the skin, relieve the rr n.re, and ficllltrtci the secretion of Lift l'liilil. Vndveloped and (Krctudrd ducts, aMd trvuU hard t ked sh'trt y after delivery, are io rer jit nf non eatment and likely to culminate In 1amm-iry Ai -cea from hlch the patient suf fers eirruclatini; puitt and U left with these functional nrr ns permanently Impaired, Mnt)irr"s J rleiul Is always applledeitemally and rubbed In the rtt-frh over th region of pain, boftness, plla- IHty and eipanilnti are civen to the muscles, tlueit fibres and sinews, allowing the elasticity ecessary to bring comfort while with heavy burden, and cause easy Issue of the child. Try It Of all druggUts f 1 (JO, Oui book "Motherhood" free. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA, GA. 5 Your Credit is Good. J O If you have no Buggy you can't J 6 afford to do without one this Spring 2 g and Summer. Or if the one you have S is getting old you can't afford to do S without one of the New and Hand- S some Buggies just r -ived in our last Ull Ul Blees-McVicker Buggies. Don't come with the reply that you are not able. Call and see what we will do toward making you able. Our stock includes Buggies, Stanhopes, : 4H 0 ' ......... . w Wl IIIIUIIIW UUI 0 O--3r05 5 Surries, and ROAD WAGONS. 5 STEVENS, KENNERLY & SPRAGINS CO, OR THE MOVE VU are now engao-ed in mov vv ino- our mammoth stock of Hardware, Farming Imple ments, Wagons, Buggies, etc., to our new two-story brick building, first door east of the United States court house, where all our customers will find us. You and your friends are invited to visit us at our new store. NOBLE BROS; t "Strikn uhilo tho Irnn ic Unt vuiiiu iiiiiiu i ii u ii uii iu nun 'f "Make Hay while the Sun Shines." I T IlESE old sa-ings are as applicable to one business as another, but how can the farmer strike when the iron is hot when his machinery is broken down or always in' the shop for repairs. We sell the old reliable guaranteed machinery which always yields a profit to the farmer. "McCormick" has been a household word since we can remember. We sell the McCor mick Mowers, Rakes and Corn ITarvcstora. For more than fifty years the standard of cooking excellence has been the Charter Oak Stoves. You will find us with a big stock of them. Along with other standard goods comes the WHITE ELEPHANT BUGGY. We ; have in a new car and can sell you an)' priced t"ggy you need on the most liberal terms. Williams, Corhn & Go. ; Mm,, The Hardware Men m. nr. : DENTISTS. DR. A , It. A I) A M H DBNT1HT. The Lnteit Itaproyomont for Crown and Urldee Work. Looil tnvitbettoi tlmlnlilerd for lb pttnleu rxirtellnn ol leelh. All votk mrnle3. rrlon lo tall lt omoi ottr ninaol'i nor. Ardmort.I.T JOHN W. LEE. DENTIST. All work Bnmntf il. (Inrmnn balldlnr. OTr Clly Ntlonl Hunk. Telephone No, . Anlmore, Ind.Ter. DR. WM. S. PENNELL, DENTIST. Office over Peeple Cafe. Rooma 8 and 10. "THE TEACHERS' SPECIAL" via the BURLINGTON ROUTE to MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. In order to nccommoilato tho teach ers, tliolr frlomlB and tho ,norn) puhllc who doslro to visit Minneapo lis at tho tlmo of tho Nntlonal Educa tional association muotlng to ho held thcro July 7 to 11, 1002, tho Durllnn ton Route will run a Bpcclal train from Kansas City, Leavenworth, At chison and St. Josoph, leaving Kan sas City at 7:80 p. in., July 7, reach ing .Minneapolis tho following day about 11:15 n. m. This ,min, which will run through solid, will consist of palace sloepers, chair cars and roaches. The Route will he via tho Uurllng-ton-Northwestern lino through Coun cil Muffs, Omaha, Sioux City and Southern Minnesota, direct to St." Paul and Minneapolis. llesldos this special train, regular through "trains loavo Kansas City dally for Minneapolis nt 11:35 a. in. and 9:35 p. m. The Rates will ho very low for this occasion, with a long return limit. T.ie Opportunity to visit tho laho resorts of Mlnnosota ' and tho Lako Suporlor region will notrcomo soon again, when such low rates and ex ceptional sorvlco may ho obtained . Tor full Information wrlto to L. J. niUCKEH, Truv. rasa.tAgt. Burlington Itoutc, 823 Main street, Kansas City, Mo. Foley's Kidney Cure uckes kMnrvs nnri blsddcr rlehL People shako hands on small provocation. mighty- How to Avoid Trouble. Now Is tho time to provide yourself and family with a hottlo of Cham- uenain s uonc, unoiora and Diar rhoea llomedv. It Is nt tnnftt rnrtnlni to bo needed before tho summer Is over, and If procured now may savo you a trip to town In tho night or In your busiest season. It Is ovorywhero admitted to ho tho moBt successful medicine In uso for Imwni rnmntn Into both for children and adults. No family can nfford to bo without It. For sale by tho City Drug Storo and P. J. Itanisey. CITY SCAVENGER. Prompt attention will be given to all Sanitary work. Notify me thro the postoffice, Box 704 BOB McGHEE. kA I OFFICE OF turf t THE ADMIRAL T W 1747 Rhode nJL lilindAienui msHlNGi0N 1901 Co. , -I have Feb. 18, A. R. Bremor Chicago. Gentlemon:- used coke Dandruff Cure for tho past year and found it an excellent preparation. W. B. FRAME, Druoolt. Ardmore and Madlll.