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A FAITHLESSLAWYER. CITY GOVERNMENT. rp TM -p. a -v. - a
WRIGHT WROTE ROT.
And Made an Engagemeit that He
Had to Pass.
Kansas City. 8pt. 2". Th Journi
A marriage arranfamafit by corras
pondenca to hare UKen plv In Kan
sap City atr1ay was an Inglorious
fallnrp. Bra Johnww of Turn. I. T
who saya she Is 11 ami hn hrm mar
r'J before. Iwamc a subs' rlber to i
pa nor that huabanda fn lone wl
own and rirlr ambltlona 10 change
tlwlr names. A man who signed, bla
nam" aa Wright, with hla left hn1
fr.r the good and auftVlrnt remaon thai
be and hla right hand had parted eotr
pany. Inaertod an "ad" In the nobllca
nun that hla home In Terr Haute
Ind . waa a dreary old rooet without
iff preamre of a companionable help
.nf"t, and that lie wna In the mark!
for one, a widow prefer ret4 He pain
d a awluctlre word picture of how he
wax having a hard time of St sqnao
d ring an Inevme o$7,flfl yraj
i.'-oping four orphan children In th
Eva Johnaon In her lonely apart
nvnta within the rorporate limit of
Tulsa, I. T., read Mr. Wrleht'e adrer
tlaement and ta- rent of te atory la
aslly Imagined. Tht-y deeMrd to mee'
In Kanaaa City at the iirlOD depot
Yi'Hterday waa the date mutually
ngrowl upon, and the recognition wad
to bf eatabllaueri In this manner.
IVhen Mrs. Johnaon aaw a tall, on
rmed man she waa to ralae her left
hand and he waa to respond to th
signal by ralalng the atump of bla right
nrm. Iloth parlies arrived In Kanaa
' Ity on time yeaterday and with ma.
tlmonlal Intentlona firmly rooted .11
lli'-Jr palpitating henna, went through
,hiliand nnd slump pantomime at the
Mr. Wright waa delighted to mee'
he future companion of hla Joya, and
Mra. Johnaon was profuse In congratu
lating horsolf that she had fallen
against a $76,000 man. Thar took aen.s
in a far off corner of the depot an 1
alked It over. The more Hiey tnlke
ilio less demonstrative the aioonlng
and It wbb ovldent that tnere was n
hltrh somewhere. The depot attend
ants "caught on" and guyed the coup
1e. who. to escape observation, wen.
out togotner. Early In Hie evening
Mra. Johnson returned to' tho depot,
ond told her troubles o the matron
Flie sad she was going home to reli
tlvpR In Mlnnosota. What lecarne 3f
Wright no ono knows. Depot master
Carnr-s chanced the prediction tin;
maybe he Is the "wrong Mr. Wright.
Take Care of the Stomach.
. Tho man or woman whoso digestion
Is perfect and whoso stomach por
forms Its every function Is novorslck.
Kodol cleanses, purifies and awcotenB
tho stomach and euros positively and
permanently all stomach troubles, In
digestion and dyspepsia. It Is the
wonderful reconstructive tonle that Is
making so many sick pcoplo well and
-weak pcoplo strong by conveying to
their bodies all tho nourishment In the
food thoy ont. Ilov. J. H. Holladay of
Holladay, Miss., wrltos: Kodol has cur
ed mo. I consldor It tho best romody
I over usod for tlyspopsla and stomach
troublos. I was glvon up by physi
cians. Kodol saved my life. Take It
Aftor mealB. City Drug Store.
Aerrptfvl n IlrlnlnliiK Prr nml Tbrn
Vlnrf'l III (llrnt I all-.
A law.rr-r tflN him !. owe playotl a
client false. "I aball have to make a
lawyer out of that boy of mine I
don't see any other way out of It." de
clared tho well known attorney, with a
laugh. "He name Into my vtflre on bis
way home from school and laid a nick
el down on the desk before me. 'What
Is thla for, soul" 1 asked. 'Retainer,' be
inawered eoberly. 'Wry well,' said I,
entering Into the Joke. 'What have I
len retain! upon f II y boy duff down
Into hla ocket ami produced a note
from his teacher and placed It before
me without comment. It was to the
effect that he had liwn 'cutting tip' ami
advised a whipping. 'Now, what wouM
you adviser aakeil lie in a businesslike
voice after I had read the net and
aaw the trap that younc rascal let! me
Into. 'I think that oar nret move should
be to apply for a change of venue,'
nfd I. 'Very well,' be answered.
Von're handling the case.' Then wo
will turn the note over to yonr mother
sabl I. I saw tbe young Imp's face fall
at thla. but be braced np ami aahl,
See here, pop, you're bound to see rae
tbrougii on thla, 'cause you've accepted
my retainer, yon know!' 'I'll argue
your case before the court,' I answered,
'bat you'll have to accept the decision.
I would not dare to attempt to Influ
ence the court.' Well, I pleaded the
boy's case, promptly had It thrown out
of court, and the boy got what he de
served, a good whipping. It waa tho
first time 1 ever played false to a
cllent."-Detrolt Free Press.
XL W. Dick Mayor
J. H. Mathers City Attorney
John L. Oalt Police Judge
O. II. Bruce city Clerk
T. N. Coleman Treasurer
W. It. Roberts. Assessor and Collector
D. E. Cooker Chief of Police
Dob McOeo City Scavenger
First Ward J. W. Golledge, J. S.
Second Ward J. S. Mullen, I. It,
Third Ward C. L. Byrne, W. C.
Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner. A. C
A filnttnnnii II oj-.
A merchant died at Ispahan In the
earlier iwrt of last century who had
for many years denied himself and hla
son every support except a crust of
coarse liread. On a certain occasion
he was overtempted to buy a piece of
cheeso; but, reproaching himself with
oxtravaganco, be put the cheese Into
a bottlo and contented himself and
obliged the boy to do the same, with
rubbing the crust against the bottlo,
enjoying the cheese In Imagination.
One day, returning homo Inter than
usual, the merchant found hla son eat
Ins his crust, which he constantly rub
bed against the door.
"What Mre you about, you foolr' was
his exclamation. "It Is dinner time,
father. You liave the key; so, as I
could not open the door, I was rub
bing my bread against It, as I could
not get to the bottle." "Cannot you go
without cheese one day, you luxurious
little rascal? You'll never be rich."
And tho nugry miser kicked the ioor
boy for not hnvlug been able to deny
himself the Ideal gratification.
Kind Wnrilx .Urn 11 Much.
Cultivate kindness of heart, think
well of your fellow men, look with
charity upon tho shortcomings in their
lives. Do n good turn foe them ns
opportunity offers, nnd, finally, don't
forget the kind word nt tho right
time. I low much n word of kindness,
encouragement or appreciation menus
to others somotlmos and how tlttlo It
costs us to give It!
We do not need to wnlt for sonie-
spoclnl oceuslon. When calamity over'
takes n friend, words of sympathy au.l
oiicoiirngenieiit are offered sincerely
enough, yet In curtain respects, ns u
matter of course. Such an occasion.
calls for expression on our part, nnd
wo tinturally respond. Hut why wait
for occasion? by not speak tho kind:
WuVJ whon there Is no spceial occa
Hlon? Philadelphia Ledger.
Finance C. L. Byrne, chairman;
,V. C. Young, J. S. Mullen.
Streot and Alloy I. It. Best, chair
man; C. L. Byrne, W. T. Gardner,
PolI:e C. Kendall, chalrmia;
I. R. Beat. J. S. McCharen.
Fire W. T. Gardner, chairman; J.
W. Golledge, J. S. Mullen.
Waterworks A. C. Young, chit:-
man; J. S. Mullen, C. L. Byrne.
Ordinance J. S. Mullen, chairman:
W. Golledgo, W. C. Kondall.
Cemetery J. W. Golledgo, ci
mnn; W. T. Gardner, I. It, Best
Sanitary J. S. McCharon, chair
man; J. S .Mullen, W. 0. Kendall, A.
Board of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moffett. city playslclan;
Drs. S. S. Carr, J. W. Smith Walter
Hardy; Mayor R. W. Dick
Yo" had better see Billy Baldwin
about that broken buggy. Slop on
Broadway. Phone 87.
Notice of Dissolution
Th linn of J. M. Golledge & Co,
composed of J. M. Golledge- and W.
A. Pride, has been thla 'ay dissolved
by mutual consent. J. M. oolladg& wflt
continue tho business, collecting all
notes, accounts and debts belonging
to tho firm of J. M. Golledfcii & Co,
and pay all the debts against tbe
said firm of J. M. Golledgo Co.
Witness our hands this 10th day at
J. M. GOCI.EDGE,
17-1 m W. A. PIUDE.
1 lowing 1 nem
vVe are going to throw 1 he bars of prices
down and let everybody come in and' buy
goods at astonishingly low prices Here's one
of the bargains for the week: A Saddle, a
Bridle and a Blanket, all complete can be us
ed by a man or a boy, and ve offer the entire
WASHINGTON,. D. C. JpJo
Low round trip rates by the Bock hd i
Island system, "Choctaw, Oklahoma. eatl
and Gulf railroad," to tho O, A. It. En- rosp
campmcnt, Washington, D. C. Tick- lion
ets on salo Oct. 2, 3, 4 and C, good ro- Pre
Rturnlng until Oct. II, with prlvllg0 nh
or extension 01 limit until Nov. 3. j )
Cheap sldo trips to tho various battle lock
fields In tho vicinity of Washington, idlti
Spot Cash ictio
H.A. YOUNODLOOD, Prop. V.
Meats delivered to any part r f the ti
un. uruuiuu uui Uivuur.l in,
1 1 1 iiri 1
1 j x
A tboronsh, prsctlcsl trilnlDtr achool, comploto nd 00 to 1to In everr department.
ux ana nieni icnooi ine enure yenr. dkv pnnn attend me t ten 001 without ultra
oneres. Tuition 17.60 ner moath or Slu for nnllmltrd acbolarabap. Hoard flO to M&Q
per month. No vacation. PxplM mar eiter at any t)e. Every papll la placed on hi"
merlta and may advance as rapidly aa kta ability "id permit. Tboroocb training In
shortest time oonalatent wtn eClclenoy. Helerent Any bask or baslnoia Qnn In
uaineaviue. ror calamine &iurei
O.I P. 8ELVIDOK' A. M.. President. Oalnenrllle. Texaa.
Prints All the NEWS All the Time.
' nless a man can see r slight Im
1-rr.vfment In Mmself It's Impoaalbc
to convince him that the world l
AVIicn the K171 llnttlcil.
"I la, ha!" laughed the whlto key.
"You are fearfully 'sharp' today."
"Well," retorted the accused, one.
"IM rather bo 'A slmi-p' tlinn 'U flat.' "
Good gruclous," shrieked tlu string.
"kcp still! Pin highly strung, and my
pedal extremities nre uffecteU. I know
I shall lin-uk In 'pieces.'
'So I not.o," niuriDurcd the bass.
I'm cleft In twain," moaned thostnff.
"My triMiblu Is trebled, since young
-A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial.
M. T. Lynch, editor ot tho Phillips
wirg, N, J., Dally Post, writes: "1
liavQ tifcd manv kinds of medicines
for.conshs and colds In my family. but hopeful began to play," said the book
uuvct uuiuiwb i ,ivu o ' o 1 for Ucgiuiiors.
. Itnnev nnd Tar. 'I enn not sav tool t ...,.,.....,.. ...1.. ...1
. . - - ' - I 1L H 1111 riUlU. WllllL' uu in wuy .vllll-
much in PrMso or it. lor salo by mf. but wnU uutll b ug,U8 t0 u ,A
And they nil started to havo a goot'u
"time" with tho inotronomc. fie-r.
try NEW DISCOVERY!
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Lolas, .bronchitis. Asthma.
risy, LaG-"rij)pe Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and
NO CURE. NOPAYV
rlea50carrf.$l. TRIAL B0TTLES.FREE.
r -- - r--sAr 1
East Main St. UeH
. t th
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY " rcl
In tho United Statoa Court for Uie und.
Southern District of tho Indian Ter-'iM.
rltory. In the matter ot H. H. Hus- 'Iss
ton, bankrupt: In bankruptcy. No. Heg
To tho Honorable Ilosea Townsejid, Jng
Judge of the District Court of the t on
United States for the Southorn. DIs- jno
trlct of the Indian Territory: (Mb
H. II. Huaton of Chlckasha, la. tho j Hi
Southern District! ot tho Indian TerrI- is 1
tory , In aald DIatrict, respectfully rep- ,
resents that on. the 18th day ot Sep- wa
tomber last past, ho was duly adjudg-
od bankrupt tindor tho acts of congress ) 0
relaUng to baaUruptcy; that he haa rB
duly 'surrondorod all hl3 proporty and fou
rights of proparty, and has fully, com- tic)
plied with all the requirements of said t P
xcts, and of th.o orders of the Court
touching hla bankruptcy.
Whoreforo lh prays that h-may bo inn
decteed by the Court to havo a full
Ulschargo from all dobts provable
against his estate under saldl bankrupt
cy acts, oxoopt such dobtst aa- arc ex
cepted by law from such discharge.
Dated this. 17th day ot September,
A. D. 1902;
II. H. HUSTON, Dankrupt.
Through Land gEnchantmente
Tourist Sleeper every Tucsday-
OO icxas to uatiroriua,
at home .
When n married man falls dow 1
iitalra ho Is sure to blame his wl'c
with the mishap.
flrn.llilf to tho Litut,
Notice of Trustee's Sale In Bankruptcy I A good stnry Is told ot a Into Dublin,
In tho matter ot H. Ij. Crockett, doxtor famous for tils skill nnd n.fc Wa
I fi.tlrr.int Sffill IOYO Ul IIIIIlH.-Vs III) UHW IJL VUU
.,.,, wj.vi I ... H...t ,...II..... H..itA... I.. .1,1
Notice Is hersby given that tho Iru- " "' ' .
tec of theubo.o named bankrupt will . . .. a M , t v uor
ffcr for Hole to the highest iHdilor ,,0fa, Dnri,K (he doctor's visits sho
for rnSh in hand nt Ardmuro, Indian kept u one ixiund noto In Iter hand,
Territory, nt 12 o'clock m., on October which duly went Into Dr. O.'a pocket
11. IflllS nil Hie irnnds. u-aro. tnnr. OlIO Ulornlllg ho found Her lying denU
imndlsc nnd oilier personal proporty ' 11 K . . . l T 1 . T
UIUI UlinjlM Ul IUU UIJUTO XlllinUU IWUK- u im E-,. nr-u nlncml n l.fa
IIIU w it w Msttv v w.
This 27th day of Soptombnr, 1902
JOHN HINK1.L' Iloforoo.
l'lrst piibllshod Soptem.)or 28, 1902.
If you art not satisfied with the
'Poor thing''' ho Paid ns ho pocketed
Ul "SouslWo to tho lastl"
Cntiic AVI (li Ilrr,
"Vour liuslwiid," said tho talkntlvo
world you should hire a lalloon aU l&VSSSSTfSZ
rM 0UL ' poso'r"
"No." replied Mrs. Honpeck blgnlfl-
i-onune Favors a Texan. cnntly, "I think I umy safely say that
M.nA.d l 0' ' dory'-Phlladelphltt
appotlto. I began to uso Dr. King's ' -
Now Mfo Pills," wrltos W. P. White
head of Konnedalo, Tox., "and soon
tfelt llko n now man." Infallible In
Smith Poor fellow, he lias a hard
Xmach and llvor Troubled O "2 c cU, "l"
ait w. n. rrnnin'H nitv nnit. Rtnr Krown-Ho did for awhile, but slnco
. 1 no Biiiriuu uuwii 11111 tie iiuun 11 vuuipur
Only a conscientious cork will taste otlvcly casy.-Chlcago Nows,
Jlin Houii and not stick the snonn linnlr I
In before washing It, If nobody 13 i;u' f?0 7 "m p
k m. - I fcU WtltlWU UlttliUn VB BIHII'
"""""B' I w1 In n)inrlA4itsin H In 17-10
It takes 3,000,000 grains ot oats to
Avoid sorlous results ot kldnoy or
l,T- . I... - 1. 1 .-1 I
Kidney Cure. For salo by Uonnor & "7 ?5Ji2l ot b"1 oud
nonnor on,y 1.000,000 of wheat.
ACCOUNT OP DALLAS FAIR
On aale Sunday Sept. 28,
Oct. 5 nnd 12, return same
On sale daily Sopt.20
Oct. 12, return next
C I Ifi On sale daily Sept. 2G
iptUto Out. 12, return Oct.
Through coaoheH via Ft. Worth
and T. & P. It. II,
V. A. DASI1IEL, Pats. Agt.
CG, East Main St,
Rubber Tire Work
Cold Tire Setting
Can make you anything in the Buggy Line
At .same old stand. Corner North AUII Si. and Broadway.
Southern District ot the Indian Terri
On this 17th day ot September, A,
D, 1902; on rcadlag tbe torogolng pe
Utlon, lb Is ordered by.- the Court that
a hearing be had upon, th samo on,
the Otit day of October. A. D 1302, be
fore said Court, at Chlckasha, In jald
Dlstsiuc, at 9 o'clock In tho forenoon;
and that notlco Uioreof be publahel In
Tho Ardmorelte, a nowspapor printed'
in said District, jnd that all known,
creditors and other persons In Interest
may appear at tho said tlmo antf place
and show cause. If any they havo, why
the prayer ot said petitioner shouW
not bo granted.
And it Is further ordered by tho
Court that the-clerk shall send by mall
to all knowa erodltors copies of said
petition and this order, address?! to
thorn at tlv.'lr placas ot residence as
Witness, tho Honorable Hosea Town-
send, Judge of tho said Court, and the
seal thereof, at Chlckasha, in said
District, on Sept. 17, 1902.
C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerlt.
By J. AV. SPEAKE, Deputy Clerk. 7
(Seal of Court.)
First published Sept. 19, 3902.
L 6. ftOMI WW (0.
Estimates Given on Hew Machlneri. Repair Engines, Well Augers, Etc,
General Line of Blacksmithing.
Best Equipped Machine Shop In tha Territory.
Will Buy, Sell er Exchange New or Second Hand Machinery
Broadway St Ardmoro
YOUNG & HEINTZ,
Machinery, Mill I Gin Supplies
High Grade Belting a Specialty.
"Write for what yon want.'
In tho United States district court
In tho Indian Territory, Southorn dis
trict: Mary M. Haley plaintiff vs.
John L. Haley defendant. No. B272.
Tho defendant John L. Haloy Is
warned to appear In this court In thir
ty days and answer tho complaint of
tho plaintiff, Mary M. Haley.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townscnd,
judgo ot tho said court nnd tho seal
thereof this 27th day ot Juno, 1&02.
(Soal) C. M. CAMPBELL,
S. H. BUTLER, Atty Plaintiff.
J. 8. MULLEN, Atty Non-Ros,
First published Sept. 21, 1902. ,'
In tho United Statos Court In tho In
dian Torrltory, Southorn district.
Estella C. Orcen, Plaintiff, vs.O. K.
Groon, Dofondant. No. 5338.
Tho Defendant, O. K. Green, Is
warned to appear In this court In
thirty days ad answer tho complaint
of tho Plaintiff, Estella C. Greea
Witness Hon, Hosea Townscnd,
Judge, this 18th day of September,
1002. C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
J. S, Mullen, attorney.
J. H. Mathers, attorney for non-resident.
First published Sopt. 19, 1902. i
Lingering 8ummer Colds.
Don't let a cold run at this season.
Summer colds aro tho hardest kind
to euro and If nogloctod may linger
along for months. A long slogo llko
this will pull down tho strongest con
stitution.. Ono Mlnuto Cough Cure
will break up tho attack at once.
Safe, suro, acta at once. Curos coughs,
colds, croup, bronchitis, all throat and
lung troubles. Tho children llko IL
City Drug Store.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right