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, 4. -5- -K- '' ,4- NEWS OVER 'PHOIIE,' '1 a j Lt kl' ' BIDXKY mOO. Vfrtor. PnbMs4 Nwr AlUmoii (wpw gttrdy). Mama HrsS OSes of PnhtteaUot: Mortk "WMfc Mptca aWree. jCnlre at the Poee t Admewe a. gmdta M MUtf. Jfo-emkv 2. JMK. BUIWC'KIITI OK RATH: Ona 14 Oo oaaii One year ..iMt The officii! nrtppf of the United lUtti Coort fer tht Southern Dlttrlct, ;-ln Territory; Im for the Chicka saw Nation; an all for the Chlcka mw 8t&eV Attest atten of the Indian Territory. TIME TABLE. Gulf, Cc4orio 4. Santa Fe Raway. Oslrits & Cee a-m. Clebors 4 K. C. ffxproac. .4:3 P.M. Otlvestm & Chteaip xp-.U:M -. Cleburne K. C. Kipr. .11:W a.m. A. W. DUKIIAM, ArJBt. W. B. KBBKAX. O. I'. A. AH VniiM fcUates malts oto! 31 minutes prior to train time. DAVID RHDFIULD, P. M. Term of United GUUs Court. At Cblckasba Begins Monday, Beptoinbor 5, ItKrZ. al Monday, February K, J SHU, and continue In session two wi-oks. At Ryan Begins Monday. October 33, ISM, arid Monday, March 2, 1AM, find eonllnnea In mmelon ton days. At Pureell Ileglna Thursday, Oc tober SS, 1902, and Thursday, Mreh 12, 1001, and omUrmm In amnion ten daya. At Pan ValUy IkIhk Monday. Niivomber I, IMa, tutd Monday, March X, 1MI, and continue Ib see Mm fowr weeks. At Ada IkMtlHS Monday, I Mem ber 1. IMS, and Monday, April 20, 1'JiiT. and contlnuee In session one we-k. At Tishomingo Ueglna Monday, Dwember 8. IHi, and Monday, April 27, I0W, and continue! In session cm weak. 1 At Ardmore Begins Monday, Dt cuinbor 15, MM, and Monday, May 4, 1CM, and continues In session eight week or longer. .J. J. J. J. J- -f. J. J. Jl- J. J- J. J. ju r r r r r -r -r r -r r r r r Uiu llie U)ntf-Dlln0 Tuleiiuouo nnd fall up f I' HONK NO. C, If yon want Ui ArdmorBlta. 4 Ardmore, Tuciday, July U. 'Hih iiiHitlon U nuked, why Im It CoriKfiim iiHVHr h)Ih Iniay until a fw It In now cliilmwl that It U tli utruniiniiNnotia of I'ruxlilunt ltixiHuvtilt that hiiM i.roducod thu hulllKuront spirit In llm umiiito. Oom I'uiil hna llnally dotcinnliuid nut to rut urn to Mouth Africa, lint will Hp'jnd tho rdiniiludor of li In llfo In Holliiiid. TI10 dlHcovmy of 11 putrlllnd Hhlp In Alunlin thitt In MiippoHod to ho all that rumnliiH of NdiiIi'h ink Ih Incomiiluto nn 1111 nrcliaooliiKlcal lliul. What Iiiih hocomii of Mount Ararat? An tv KiK'Ht of II. 0. Krlck, It iIoom not appear oxuctly tint rlfthl thhiK for l'roHliliinl ItooHovult to Kt up and wny hard (IiIiikh nhoiit trimta. 1'oiiHllily liq wlnltnd, Hoitin otliur form of axprwiHton will hnvtt to lit) HoiiKht. To call a man, 11 hoi;, no ImiKor convoya thu hlim of clinapiKntii It Imforo Iiokh nmcliod tliu top notch of nlxht chiIh on foot. 1'ronlilmit ItooHuvolt oxproHHofl tlm hollnf that tho tlmo Ih rlpo for lint cluotlon of a ltopiilillmn Hfliintor from MInhoiiiI to Kiiccdod Hunntor VoHt. China Iiiih uppoalcd to thu IJnltuil HtntOH to luivu tho forolK" foinmiin diirH at TI011 ThIii doprlvod of tholr powur to cniiNo dolny and uiiiioynuc.o nnil to help Hct-uru tho nvacuatlon of that placo. Tho now rniMliiK on A aTroat north wiwt waa trnvolod yemturday hy him ilroda of vohlcUw and tho Knornl x primalou of tho piioplo wiih that It wan nil rlKht, and with ao llttlo work nhould havo luiun thorn nil thu tlmo. A cynical hlblo Htiidniit oxpretuMn lilu 111 in conviction Hint thoro arc no vonum In Honvou, nnd ho JiiHtllUm thin hollof hy polntliu; to tho llrat vorno of tho i'li?ht clinptor of Itevu latloiiH. "Thoro wna allonco In Una von 11 bout tho apneo of hnlf nn hour." KIkIiI I lie him of unow foil nt Tollurl do, Colo., Bnturdny tho city and mouu tniiiH adJiuHiiit rosomhlo tho dend of winter. Three Inchua of biuiw Is nluo reported from l.ondvlllo, Colo. Thut la Bomi'thluK rcfroshlug for us to think about. Dwtgfcerty. j T Haartor kaa bttam WttiM: ! for Mavatm bum of Atl who fcT tu coatract bJM tm nwAbiMf tur thm CfeCK'iw t ttet pac Tk Ira u4 we whm tli plar br this afttrMWL MiM artte OetrrtKM HM (Ms rill -will wnamti a tfant here Berwyn, milUd to a xsra ot If t MS, k ta roc of Xoek Ctk.. Hi, ism . Colkrt tif AtaM m4 J. r. Taylor of Hamsmm, Ok.. w bmM te anirtwft Din ytwr- 4ay aitflriMMM, Iter. 0. T. JBicfc at Ardaaor oOctulimK- Mr. Hyr4 wm br jmtartmy tram ArdMor. Tk Ur4y Hrm. tUmn bIUU la awdac eoMpMiow. Q. Vi'. Youk U kavtas tlM srarej roof rtMOtad from fala bottihiK d a Uo onm put on lawtaed. T. K. D Oaraao wm kr ywiUr- 4r frow SprtitHor, d arnvtal a 72 horao rwr boiler froM tMo plaoo to aprlNKr. Davfc. Tom Km mm woat to Ardmore ya Urday aftorwMin. Ir. Hrown ntt4 Dvd Crawford are Hatting a sain today. Mr. ftwter, who ruM a More at the Komn plaee, tlx mII wool of town, la here today alter hOBfdlea. Vynnewood. Quit a number of oar people sr at I'aols Valley, attemllitK coorL Marietta. V. II. MellaoN la hero from Aril- more, looMog tor a location for an oil UNk for the WaUra-inorco Oil Co., which will be put In here. 00U McKlnney la here today from MeKlnney. Mlaa Ixla. De A r mood, aged I I, and Hoys I ItiMlgere, who la alao under age, ran away yeeterday afternoon, with the iMteMtkw of getllnc munied. Their pareuta have, ao far, been un able to learn their whereaboute. Thaekervllle. Hob Aiideraon of Cleburne, Tex., vlalted II. Bplawn here yeaterday. Mlaa Kmimi Choale returned home to Marietta this morning. It la reported that Dick Hancock, whoso home la down on the rlvrr near beio, had the mlafortune to havn one of hla legs cut on liy a thresher. In Oklahoma, 11 faw- days nno, and that the Injured man Is now In Onlneavllle receiving medlcnl cnr. He Ih n brother to Hwirge Hancock of this pines. Dr. amy Is still shipping out can tnloupea. J. II. Miller went to OnlntMvllle Inst iilKlit. Dixie. J. IC. Martin and family have re turned from 11 alay of Hovornl dayH on Hud rlvor, IIhIiImk, and lmntllii; pluniM. Thtfy roport nn uhnndnnco of pliiniH, hut no IIhIi. Tho 12-uionth-ohl child of Will Nowninn ncchluntnlly got 0110 of Itn IIiikoih cniiKht In tho cokh of n wuhIi ItiK miichlun today, cuttliiK off tho lliiKor. Jim Unas nnd John Wohb of W'hlUiHboro, Tojc., piiHsud throiiKh to dtiy on route to tho now country. Loco, Wo hnd 11 ahow horo hint night, mid nuothor Ih hllluil for thla plnco thla ufturuoou. tho now bulldliiK to bo iibpi! by Crnnllll & l'nyuo iih a drug storo la about coinplotoil, nnd thoy will ocou py It In n fow days. Mlko l'nyuo Iiiih stnrtod up n photo Krnph millory nnd cold drink stmul nt thla ilnco. Our sick nro nil Improving. Indications nru quite fuvornhlo for rnln today. Duncan. Arthur Ilrlscoe, who wiih shot Sun dny night during the ahootlng affray nour MnrlmOls still nllve, but no bopoH nro iintititnlnoil for hla recov ery. rtutiet. Hov, Morgnn Ih conducting n pro tractiwl miiHtluK nt thlH plaoo. Tho Cboctnw wqll nt thU plnco Is about com pint ml, Ravla. UIIIh Dick nnd MIhh I Initio I.opor of this place wore mnrrled Sunilny night at tho homo of tho hrhlo's moth er. A numbor of frlomla woro pros out. IfofioshmontH woro sorvod nnd nil bad a 11I00 thus. Tho nowly tnnrrlod couplo woro Horonndud by tho Ituvlu comet Imnd. Mr. Murrny. wlUor of tho ltnvln llornld, ban uiovod hla olllco to M It burn, whoro ho will angngo? In tho nowapnpor IiubIuiibs, A. A. Chnpmnn has gono to Htouo wnll. Ud I'nat ahlppod llftcon cnrlonda of cnttlo to mnrkot. Wo nro badly In nood of rain. Provence. Tho Cboctnw depot la bolng moved asto t & 0 'i. at,:t HL-Ii' Oor itliif tbe daca ' rvm irf- !-. y r.-pa -.l? t- t.lg tank a- Vt.s Dr. Mr the I O Dorwood r. W. aeott It Mt j04r repeJriae flae tilitfcasis Vom. 1 Ma. P. K. Weot I a tke tick ta rfina4 eptte After a thoroach fttassloatlOM of Use Cavoctaw aad Chlckaamw sopple agreoasewt. Attorney Oe ml Xaox aeur decided that Um appotet- of the Ckocuw and ChlekMaw eoort was atrtctly legal. aod that the coort win eoameBce to determine cewKts as soon as It csm orgaalze. A ptofto la sectloe St of the agreement rlrtaally takes the cttlsenship clae eot of the treaty and makes It a cowgr national enactment. Rth shoe Id the treaty tall of ratification by the Indians, tae dtlMraahlp prorlakM would Mill be a kw. Tho Ardmorelte la la receipt of a program for an old settlors harheene at Wapanocka on the lth and 17Ui of thla month,' and a very preaalng In- Tltatlon to awl with them at that time, a pleasure wo will try to enjoy. Before the Commissioner. Tula morning Commleehmer T. N. Itobnett tried C. It. Campbell and Mrs. Mary Blackburn for adultery. After hearing the evldenco the court discharged the woman and bound the male defendant over In the sum of $500 to await tbe action of the grand Jury. Campbell waa recommitted. Ilrolo Conrlrj", A I'rmich writer on "Tbe Revolution, the Kuplre and tbe Itestoration" cites an amuHlng Instance of what be calls heroic courti-sy. Tcrcy. Iinl ISeverly, Invited to dine with blin-n martinis who was one of the most valiant sot (1Its of the army of C'owlu. Wishing to honor hi gutat and the cause which I10 served, that of the ffrench kin-,' the Kngllsli iieer 0nlep.1I his butler to bring hltn a bottle of flno wluo 100 years ago, "a ray of sun shut In crys tal." He opened It carefully ami of fered a glass to tbe marquis, saying. "If you dc-4-ui It worthy the Uuwvr, wilt you drink In this wine the health of the klngr The marquis tasted the wine. "How do you like Itr asked the host. "Kx qulsltd," rt'pllcd tbe innrquls. "Then," aald Lord ISeverly, "finish tbe gtaH. Only In n full glass can one drink the health of m great and m unfortunate it king." Without hesitation the uinrqulM did as ho wiim bidden. Only whim tbe KugllshuiHii tHHted tho wine did ho leant that what he hud forced on hie guest wiih cantor oil, A I John ICnnz'a (irnrr. The guidebooks unite In telling the vlHltor In Kdluburgh to ace tho grnvo of John Knox. It is situated In I'arlla liicit square nnd Is liuirked by n sinull retniiugulnr kIiiIi of stone sunk In tho cobh'cMtonu puvlug of tbe utrcet, with the chlceled Inscription, "J. K., 157.'1." Hut It Ik odilx ngnlust even the acute tourliit that he lluds tbe great reformer nt once, for only live feet uwuy from the holy ground there Is n slmllnr Huuken Hlab, nnd miiiiy times n dny parties of tourists may be seen np proachlug on tiptoe tbe second stone and bending over It with keen Interest only to road, "Wllking I'liteiit Hy drmit," mid find thumfclvi'ii face to fueo with the water supply system of n modern town Instead of the bones of the eminent clergyman. lip OveriMil It. Ucggcin (to himself) I'vo got around that rich old grent-nuntof mlno nt laut. She's lutereNted In benevolent schemes, nnd I'm helping her night and dny to search out worthy objects. Today she snld I'd buvu ciuuo for rejoicing when her will wns rend. Ills (reiit-iuint (to herself) I hnil no Idea my grmidncphew wns so good. It worries him almost sick to see so much misery In the world. How delighted he will be to lliul that nil my money Is to go to the support of the poor friend less orphans! New York Weekly. Doilitlnir n Tip, I'ollto Diner You hnvo waited upon mo very acceptably, nnd I hnvo en. Joyed my nienl thoroughly. You hnvo behaved like n geutlciiinn, nnd 11 gcu tlommiyou certainly ate, uotwlthstnnd lug your humble occupation. Wnltor I hope, sir, that I 11 in n gen tlcuinn. I always try to be one. I'ollto Diner It Is iih I suspected, mid, being n gsutlemnn, I shall not In sult yon by offering you money. I'er Imps nt some time I may be able to re el proni to your courtesy. Till then fnrewoll. CoiulltlniiK So Similar, "Docs that moon remind you of nny thing'" ho asked, bis mind reverting to their courtship days. "Yes," she answered. "Whntr ho risked. "Yon," she snld: "on club nights." Ho looked ngnln. Yes, the moon wnH In that condition. -ChlciiKO Tost. Tho more times 11 innn measures n woman's logic, tho Bhortcr It gets. PRICES cream Is the Most Economical Greater in leavening strength, a spoon ful raises more dough, or goes further. Working uniformly and perfectly, it makes the' bread and cake always light and beautiful, and there is never a waste of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs. While it actually costs less to make a batch of biscuit with the Price Baking Powder than with the so-called cheap powders, there is the additional advan tage of better and more healthful food. Price Baking PowdcrCo., Chicago. POPULAR CONCERT Mr. K. Lowenateln haa Interested hla friends In a popular concert to be lven on the night of July IB for the benefit of the reunion fund. We take pleasure In announcing the following program for the evening: t Program. I'AHT 1. "Hail to the Spirit of Liberty". .Souaa Ardmore orchestra. , riano quartet Overture, "Dlchter und llauer" von Suppe Meadames McCoy, Pennington and Wall, Mr. Emanuel I.owensteln. Intermezzo, "Zamona". .Wm. Lorraine Ardmore orcheetrn. Piano solo, "Polonaise ISrilliante". . Knateln Mr. Km a nn el Ioweiieteln. Vocal solo (Sleeted) Mrs. Campbell. Trombone solo "The Shade of the Palm" ("Plorodoro")..I.eel!e Stimrt Mr. Sol I.owensteln. PART II. Ovorture, "I.ustsplol" ....Kolor Iloln Orchostrn. Vocnl solo "Whllo tho Band Is Ploying Dixie" Mr. Krnest Wilkorson. Plnno duo "Mnroho Orlontal" ... Ketteror MIsh Nltn Williams nnd Mr. K. Lowensteln. Vocal solo (Selected) Mrs. Wosthelmer. Vocnl soli (n) "The 1'urnlturo Man;" (b) "Tho Picture of My llaby" Mr, (leorgo Williams.' (n) "Cnrotte Knehnntor;" (b) "Kl- seotn" V. M. Wood. Flnnlo Ardmoro orchestra. Orchosfra. Intermezzo Morso There Is a between trndo Rettinc nuil trade keeping. Little prices will net trade pmpnrnrily, lint tlioao little prices TION if the trade is to bo permanent. The followinjr are the sort of BAKuAINb to attract buyers and make permanent customers: 10-4 bleached or brown Sheeting, otliors usk 26c a yard; us Iodr as It lusts, per yard LL Sheotlnjr, i-ohl tho world over nt flc; Red Tablo Diiimsk, regular 30, .'15 and Napkins, only 11 few left, nil colors, told Curtain Scrim, fancy or white, was 16c aud a storo full of other bargains. Kindly give us a call. Tiie flip Gushion Fad! Note. Alum powders should not bo used, no matter how cheap they are. They induce dyspepsia, liver complaint and Kidney trouble. WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER. Hundreds of Cattle Being Killed by Indignant Choctaw Citizens. An Atoka dispatch aays: About two months ago tome par ties fenced several thousand acres of land north of Stringtown. They Imported 6,000 head of cattle from Texas. These cattle, after remaining In the pes tore a few days, were either iwrpotely turned out or broke out of the Inclottire, and are now scattered over the country. The people have become indignant at what they term a flagrant viola tion of the Choctaw laws, and are killing them by the hundreds. One man Yepofts that he saw twenty head of dead cattle at one place. They had been shot. It Is said that more than 300 of these cattle have been slain. It Is also stated that many more will be killed unless tho ownors corral thorn or remove thorn from tho country. HEWITT. Spcclnl Correspondence. Hewitt, I. T., July 7. Still no rnln, and tho drouth Is hurting tbe crops badly. Cotton Is still looking well, but corn will not average half a crop. Tho Woodmon are busy mal-.lr.g preparations for their picnic to he given on the 10th. Todd Bros, are moving their old machinery In order to be ready to put in the new gin when it arrives. Ow ing to tho slow progress of building In the new town, they will run their new machinery nt the old stand. Mrs. Sholton, who has been very sick with smnllpox, is roported some bettor. Her llttlo babe, aged -I monttiB, died, and' Its remains were burled nt Hcaldton. Difference must always BUY SATISPA0 nc our price per yard 4c - JOc kind, as long as lt last?..;., ,23c by otbcraat 15c each, our price. . 7o a yard; our price to close out 7c JW0TI1ING elso just like it. We shoo your horso with the Air (Jushion aud there is uothinp; like it. lie never gets lamo and is worth two ordinary ani mals. Phono 87. Horses called for and deliverod. Remember, wo do nothine but shoo horses, W. H. BALDWIN. WANT COLUMN. Advertisements under this bead will bo received at tbe rr.te ot five (C) cents per line. No advertisement re ceived for less than fifteen cents (IS) cents. Special monthly rates furnish ed on application. Tho notice may contain any matter of "Lost," "Found," "For ItcnL" For 8ale." "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpose, without display lines. WANTED. WANTED To rent 3 or i furnished rooms for light houso keeping. Ap ply this omco. 8-2t VANTKD Actlvo, responsible agents for all Indian Territory townB; none but good men wanted, who can fur nish roforences or give bond, and devote their time to a business that will pay well for earnest effort. Ad drees I. II. Mason, Sec. Equity Home Co., Ardmore, I. T. l-dl2-w4 WANTED A cook. Mrs. H. W. Han dol. 22-tf WANTED Fifteen teams. Apply to' A. Moore, on Santa Fe work. 26-1 2t .WANTED Five young men from Chlckaeaw county, at once, to pre pare for positions In tho govern ment service. Apply to Inter-State Corres. Inst., Cedar Rapids, la. 16-1 m WANTED Men to cut wood by the cord. Apply Weeks Bros. 10-tf ! FOR RENT. FOIt KENT Nicely furnished rooms, N. Caddo street Mrs. Ella Hunter. 10-lm FOR KENT Store house, In heart of city. Apply at once. Box 176. C-tf FOR SALE. FOIt SALE Oil TRADE A brand new piano. Apply at this office. 26-1 m FOR SALE Heavy wrapping paper and old newspapers nt Ardmorelte office. FOR SALE A surrey and a double rood buggy, newly painted and both In good condition, a bargain for the cash. Apply to W. C. Kendall & Co. 4-0t FOUND A bunch of keys on ring. Apply Ardmorelte ofllco. 7-tf GULF, COLORADO & SANTA FE RAILWAY CO. Excurjton Rates. Tho Santa Fo has put In reduced ratos from all stations to Sulphur Springs, I. T., tho famous Indian Ter ritory henlth resort. Get rato from Santa Fo agent, which Includes stage ride from Davis to Sulphur Springs and return. Send and get pamphlet. rickets on snlo dally until September 30, 1002, Inclusive, good returning Oc tober 31, 1902. HUNTSVILLE, TEX.: Sam Houston Summer Normal School, Juno 23rd, to July 31st. Limit August 1st, Rates on th'o convention plan. ATLANTA, OA.: Negro Young People's Christian and Educational Congress, Au gust C to 11. Rate, one standard, flrst-claBs limited fare plus $1.50, .membership fee. Seo Santa Fo agents for limit. MONTEAQLE, TEX.: Montcaglo Sundny School Insti tute, August 11 to 23; limit August 27. Rato one first-class standard faro for tho round trip. MONTEAQLE, TENN.: Montcaglo Assembly Bible School July 3 to August 15; limit not later than August 30. Rate, ono standard flrst-clnss limited faro for the round trip. SULPHUR SPRING, I. T.: Tourist rates. See Santa Fo agents for particulars. 8AN FRANCISCO, CAU: Biennial meeting, Knights of Pythias, August 12 to 14, 1902.' Seo Santa Fo agent for rate and limit. MACON, GA.: Annual Meeting Farmers National Congress, October 7th to 10th,. Limit October 16th, Rato ono standard first-class limited faro for tho roundtrlp. NASHVILLE, TENN. Peabody College Summer School, Juno ICth to July 28th, Limit August 2nd, rato on standard first class limited for tho roundv trip. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. National Baptist Convention (Col ored), September 17th to 24th, Limit Sopt. 29th, rato ono stand ard llrst closs limited faro for tho rouund trip. ST. LOUIS, Mo.: Summer Instltuto Meeting, Juno 1902, limit Sempiember 15th rato ono standard first class limited faro, plus $2.00 for tho round trip.