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Bpcolal Correspondences. Sulphur, I. T., Oct. 4. The rain has checkcxl the busy hustle of Uio town builders. Since tho ratification of the treaty Sulphur has awakened to new onorgy. Tho chlof engineer la hore making preparatory arrangements to lay out tho hounilarlos and survey the town Tho pooplo woro like n prisoner awaiting his sontonco, or a hent spring, when tho treaty carrlod and a roser vatlon was a certainty, they woro car ried away with delight and all folt re paid for the hard fight and untiring en ergy they had oxporloncod. Property Is advancing and sales are Increasing dally. Some huslnoes lots in the north port of tho town hnve sold for a good prlco, ono roported at $700. Cotton In coming In ovory day and our merchants nrc paying the highest prices, receiving In return fur their liberality n vory large trade from the farmors. Prof, and lira. Harris drove over to Tishomingo the latter part of last week and brought hock enough books to supply tho ono hundred nnd ten In dian children at tho nntlonal school with new books. .Mrs. McNeil of Marietta, I. T., Is lierc organising a Woodman Circle. She reports n success and will mot roon to complete the organization. Representative Dixie Colbert and Senator J. Wealoy Parkor loft Monday for Tishomingo to continue their work of law making. Governor attended to business In Wynncwood and Tishomingo this week. We are to have a mock "county fair" next Monday nnd Tuoedny night, made tip of homo talont. Quite a novel pro gram Is out and It promlsoe to bo a novelty and a succoss. Tho proceeds will bo used In advertising Sulphur nt the Gainesville street fnlr. The manager, Mr. Miller, la a wide-awake hustling man, which adds much to the certainty of Its succotw. How's This. Wo offer ono hundred dollars re ward for any case of cntarrh Hint ran not bo cured by Unit's Catarrh Cure, P. J. CIIKNUY & CO, Toledo, O. We, tho undersigned, have known F. J. Chonoy for tho past fifteen yenrs nnd bollovo htm porfoctly honorable In nil business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obligations made by tholr firm. WEST & TltUAX, Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. WALKING. KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is tnkon Inter nally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfncoa of tho systom. Testimonials sent froe. Prlco 7Gc per bottle. Sold by nil druggists. Unll'H Family Pills nro the host. RUSH SPRINGS. Spcclnl Corrospondonco. , Itush Springs, I. T Oct. 3. This section hns had rain and nioro rain. Cotton picking Is nt a standstill. Our gins havo put up about 200 bales. Our school Ih progressing nicely with about 200 pupils. Dick Clark Is very low with typhoid fever. Kate Trnmblo's llttlo boy was se verely Injured last Friday by a horso throwing him ngalnst tho corner of n house. His Jaw was broken and his Jiront cut badly. Ho Is still alive but can hardly recover. lohn Morrow sustained same Injur ies by dropping 17 foet to tho bottom r.f n well. He had Just started down tho well when the ropo broke. No bones were broken nnd ha Is getting flong fairly well. Thomn Aalier, an old gentleman, died Tuesdny night and was hurled Thursday. Our cornet band boys have secured n now teiolior nnd tbey are setting along nicely. O. C. Peffor, our dopot agent, hn nccepted a position nt Fort Worth. Ho was well llkod horo. Health of our town Is good. A Typical South African Store. O. R. Larson of Day Villa, Sundays river, Capo Colony, conducts n store typical of South Africa nt which enn ho purchased anything from tho prov erbial "noodle t.. nn nnchor." This storo Is situated In n vnlloy nine miles from tho nearest railway Btntlon and about twenty-flvo miles from tho nearest town. Mr. Lnreon says: "I am fa vorod with tho custom of farmers within a radius of thirty miles, to innny of whom I havo supp'lod Cham berlain's remedies. All tos:lfy to their vnluo In a household whore n doctor's ndvlce Is almoBt out of the quostion. Within ono mllo of my Btoio tho pop ulation Is porhaps sixty. Of thoso within tho past twolvo months no less than fourteen havo boon absolutely cured by Chnmborlnln's Cough reme dy. This must surely ho n record." For sale- by City Drug Store and F. J. Ramsoy. Thoro is probably no man In tho world whoBO Idoas of pleasure nro moro porvortod than tho ono who makes love to two women nt onco. What hns becomo of tho woman who could makn .an applo pip, that wasn't as mountainous as Colorado, with hard chunks of something under tho crust. LETTER LIST. List of unclaimed lette's nt th Ardmoro postofnee October 4, 1302: LADIIiS. IJalloy. Mrs. Sigh Barber, Henrietta Ilradloy, Mary Carson, Flora Carson, Dolla Crouch. Blancho Clay, Matilda Fonvlllo, Fannie Grant, Mr. J. H. Hood, Mr. 13. K. Glmmlngs, Llllle Hays, Cnrrlo Hood. Mrs. Mnnlo Holomnn, Flora tfnimnn nettle Harris Mrs. v. j Holder, Mattle Humphroy, LI. Mo Jones, Willie Johnson, Dovlo McClollnn, Minnie Martin, Nora McKonnon, M Mooro Maudo Oldham Mrs. U. J. Parkorson, Mag,?lo Slmpeon, Mayble Simpson, aiary j. Spears, Julia Smith, Nannlo Tomes, Hattle Whlto Ocla (2) GBNTLHMKN. Alexander, J. A. 2 Baker, Franl. R. Harnhlll, V. A. Bingham, H. D. Hlack, J. 11. llonds, A. Uradford, II. F. Dryer, Abb Huchanan, J. A. Cavondor, P. If. Cocanowor, John Klwood, A. Klsasser, L ouls Fain, Itubon Forguson, C. S. Gnrnett, It. O. Ornnt, D. G. Hngan, Charlie Hall. Cyrus Hoffnor, L. C. Hodges, W. H. Harris, J. H. Holloman, G. D. 2 Hurry, M. N. Musgravo, O. F. McDougle, W. H. Mew, A. 13. Reynolds. J. H. Ithlno, Vornor Rogers, Chris Stewart, Hob Smith, II. Smith, Fred Stuart, J. H. Thomas, W. Webb, It. K. Williamson, E. Woods, Jo Young, E. W. Young, E. C. Persons calling for letters of abovo list will ploaso say "advertised." I). REDFIELD, Potmastor. In the sorvant girl problem sorao women seem to havo tried evory means of getting along except that of teach ing their daughters to do housework. Ambition Is all right If a man has energy to back It. Merciry ONLY SERVE AS A MASK FOB. CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON They hide its repulsive form, nnd this serpent disease, stupefied by these drugs, lies dormant until the effects have worn off or treatment is discontinued, when it uic.ik3 uown mc niasK aim necoiucs Mercury nnd Potash may dry up the sores nnd eruptions, but nt the same time they drive the poisou back into the blood and system, where it feeds upon the tender tissues, membranes and nerves, finally breaking out in most disgusting sores and even destroying the flesh and bones. Mercury nnd Potash cannot accomplish a radical and permanent cure. They have a pallintive but not curative effect upon this treacherous oiiake likc 'iiscase. These drugs produce mercurial lihcumatism, destroy the teeth nnd corrode the membranes of the stomach nnd bowels, causing inflam mation nnd dyspepsia, nervousness nnd general derangement of the system S. S. S. is a Specific for Contagious Blood roison, and the only antidote for the peculiar virus that spreads so quickly throughout the system, corrupting the blood and infecting every organ and fibre of the body. vegetable remedy and we offer $1,000 for proof to the contrary. c Write us nbout your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise without charge. Our home treatment book will be sent free to all who 3ire 't. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga. I To California! 1 Through land of Enchantment. R 3 Tourist Sleeper every Tuesday m I it- OO Texas to California I 5 J J "Why stay 7 I I Sc0cr- Santa Fe at homc J FT L Froo Through Reclining Choir Car Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory nil THE WBOT. Double Dolly Garvlce MEMPHIS."! EAST tni SOUTHEAST. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars. Xev tnllJ VMtlbul M Trlu CatfUkUd SrhiJult. Fvrt Strtlo. ret irit mi to thi jsutsiait WITMItTSARIftklTk'lUPSW r M Ii,rTOllo !! Utt.l ul l u list, .r idlr.M I.L(i.r,T.M. . BiIIm, T. Jm. V. T.F.A., OkUhtmt, 0.1. u. B. U.CM T.A. UtUi (et.Ark. Chamber of Commerce Committee, Finance J. A. Ulvens, C. L. Andcr son, J. A. Madden. Manufacturing and mercantile in terosts C. R. ones, J. It. Pennington, J. K. P. Campbell. Public highways Max Wosthelmor, L. n. Roborson, W. S. Wolverton, A II. Palmer, H. II. Pennington. Advertising Slg 8Imon, T. N. Cole man, Orln Redflold. Railroads, etc. W. A. Ledbetter, F. M. Gates, John L. Gait, W. F. Whit tlngton, C. L. HerborL Agriculture J. B. Doone, John F. Easloy, J. S. Mullen, M. Munzoshelracr, Momborshli C. L. Byrne, R. W, Dick, Don Lacy. Entortalnmonts John L. Gait, A. V. Doak, E. W. Roberts. House R. W. Dick, W. A. Wolver ton, A. C. Young. Arbitration C. L. Herbort, Loo Crucc, D. E. Allen, W. P. Poland, J. B. Sprnglns. SIDNEY SUGGS, Proa. C. L. BYRNE, Scc'y. Girls novor talk about each other be hind their backs, for thon they would miss tho fun of talking about ench othor before tholr faces. A Dozen Times a Night. M. Owen Dunn of Benton Forry, W. Vn., wrltos: "I have had kldnoy and bladdor troublo for yoara, and it bo enme so bad that I was obliged to got up nt least a dozon times a night. I novor recolved pny permanent benefit from any medicine until I tried Foloy's Kldnoy Cure. Aftor using two bottles I am cured." Sold by Bonner & Bon ner. A Stay for Jessie. Tho Kansas City suprome court has granted a Btoy of execution In the caso of Jossle Morrison, now In the peni tentiary for the murdor of Clara Wlloy Castlo. Tho case will bo hoard by tho supremo court January 1. Miss Morrison's appeal bond was fixed at $10,000. As soon as this was given she was released until tlmo for her trial. She was sentenced to fifteen years In the penitentiary. Potash as mu oi me ana venom as ever. t. t. s. destroys the serpent, nnd eliminates every ntom of poison from the blood, it makes n thorough nnd radical cure of the disease, and at the same time builds up the general health. S. S. S. contains no minerals of anv kind, but is a nurclv Miking BrtadTAconu-' A TEXAS WONDER. HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kldnoy and blad der trouble!, romoves gravrl, cur diabetes, seminal emission. wcaV and lamo back, rheumatism and all lrreijularltlos of the kidneys and bladder In both women and men Regulates bladdor trouble in children U not sold by your druggist, will b tent by mall on receipt of $1. One mull bottle Is two month's treatment and will cure any cause above men tlonod. DR. E. W. HALL Bole manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo., for merly of Waco, Texas. Sold by all druggist and W. B Frame, Ardmore, I. T. READ THIS. Cleburne, Texas, Oct. 10, lf01. This Is to certify that I have used tho Toxas wonder, Hall's uroat Dlscov- orj. for kldnoy trouble, to my entire satisfaction nnd can recommend It to any ono sufforlng from tho same. Yours truly, A. C. LONO. Men n bu so a woman who comos down town and roars, but whenevor the butcher or bakor offonds, every man sonds his wlfo to complain about It. Stricken with Paralysis. Henderson Rrlmctt. nf liils nlnran-n. stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost the uso of ono arm and muu. uor ueing ireaica ny an oral nent bhvstctan far Ollt relief, mv wlfn rnrnmrnnnilniirhiim berlnln's Pain Unlm. and after using two bottles of it ho is almost entirely cured. Geo. It. McDonald, Man, Logan county, W. Va. Several othor very re- murKnuio euros oi partni paralysis havo been erfected bv tho liniment. It is most wMnlv innwn howovor, as n euro for rhoumatlsmi Hiiruins nnu uruiBCs. sola by City "us oiuru onu r. j. iiamsey. A bachelor In his second boyhood and a widow In her second girlhood head tho list of harmless Idiots. Notice. All persons Indobtnd tn mn u. Ill please call nt onco and makn cntiin. mont. I will nay Ardmoro nrlr rut fnr cotton In tho seed at Lovo's gin at -w ..... J. to. MULK.KV. 9-d&w-lm. Wilson, I. T. The women think that the most for tunato Individual in tho world is tho wlfo of a railroad man who boards she has passos and nothing to do. Danger In Fall Colds. Fall COlilft nro llnMn In l,nn n t " . . jh LI 1 1 wiiuor, leaving tlio seeds of pneumo. nln, bronchitis or consumption. Fo. loy's Honov ami Tnr rnmo ....loi-i,. and prevents serious rosults. It Is old una ronnuio, f.Iod and tested, safo uru, coiuains no opiates and will not constipate. Sold by Bonnor & Uonnor. Somo mon wasto powor trylnc to cot woniui, thon wasto woalth trying to got powor. It lH OH BV tn rll(innii.n(Tn n . VVJ V. i !!(,(,- 1. 1UUI1 Willi ,.11 . . . """uo o gois an tno troublo In Bight. Gin Men. Wo can Insure your cln this Bnimnn at rcasonablo rates In nrst-elmm mm. panies. Our companies will pay their losses. Wo represent nothing but old reliable, well established known throughout tho world. Wo ndvlso our friends to look nut for wild-cat companies. ROBERTS, POLAND & BltUCE. 25-d&w-tf ESSaSs STOPPED FREE ! "A" Ptrnigncntly Cured b 3 IJCRYE RESTORER . , s" t " 1'"' Bn Ur f M. 4 TiciAi. roTTl.i: i'iti:it n,l i.T-iitr... o.'t .ii. ,1. nr.... '"'J r-l.r for.l.A,.- 931 Arch Mreel, 1'hiiinleitihl.i. i nuM mi. SOME MEN PAY $10,000 g'i vertisinc. Thsro ore others who flJCT for annnnunlsubsorip pay Mw tion to Pkinteu's Ink aud learn what all tho advertis ers are thiukinR nbout. not oven tbeeo are not the extreme le."neA1. There r men woo loio ore I UU.UUU " JO , ao,nlt neither. Fo ...... u v. u j UU1 , W umii Printer'b Ink, Mo. 10 Bproce Bt.. Yj LAMPS GIVEN AWAY Beginning August 1, I will civo away to tho fnmlly purchasing tho most bread of me, for tho noxt nine ty days a fino, beautiful red lamp nn ornament to any parlor. Call nnd sco It. Will also givo ono to tho hotol or restaurant purchasing the most bread of mo, n nice parlor lamp. Photographs Given Away, Will also givo ono dozen cabinet siro photographs. I uso tho best flour. Everything sell la flrst-class. Ilospcctfully, J, H, SPIEGLE, 0 11 NOTICE IN CANKr.UPTCV. In the L'nited States Court for tho .-outhern District of tho Indian Ter ritory. In the matter of T. H. East, !anlirupt: In bankruptcy. No. 21 To the Honornblo Hosoa Townsond, JiuIro of the District Court of tho T'nlted States for tho Southern Die t:Ict of tho Indian Territory: T. 11. East of Chlckasha, in tho Southern District of the Indian Torrl tory, in said District, rospectfully rep resents that on the 7th day of Octo ber, last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under the acts of congress relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered all his property and rights of property, nnd hns fully com piled with ail tho requirements of said acts, and of tho orders of the Court touching his bankruptcy. Whoreforo ho prays that ho may bo decreed by the Court to havo a full dlschargo from all debts provablo against tho estate undor said bankrupt cy acts, except such debts as aro ex cepted by law from such discharge. Dated this l"th day of Soptomber, A. D. 1902. T. H. EAST, Bankrupt. Southern District of the Indian Terri tory, ss: On this 17th day of Soptomber. A. D. 1902, on reading tho foregoing pe tition, it is ordered by tho Court that hearing bo had upon tho same on tho 9th day of October, A. D. 1902, be fore said Court, at Chlckasha, In said District, at 0 o'clock In tho forenoon; nnd that notlco thereof bo published In Tho Ardmorelte, a newspaper print ed In said District, nnd that nil known creditors anu other persons in interest mny appear nt the said tlmo nnd Dlaco nnd show cnuso, If any thoy hnve, why tho prayer of said petitioner should not bo grnnted. And It is further ordered bv tho Court that tho clerk shall sond by mall to nil known creditors copies of said petition and this ordor, nddressed to thom at tholr places of rosldenco as stated. Witness, the Honornblo Hoaen Town- send, Judge of the said Court, nnd tho soal thereof, nt Chlckasha, In said Dis trict, on Sept. 17, 1902. C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk. By J. W. SPEAKE, Doputy Clerk. (Soal of tho Court) First published Sept. 19, 1902. CHEAP SETTLERS' RATES TO THE FAR WEST AND NORTHWEST. Tho Burlington Routo renews tho one-way Settlors' rato of J25.00 from Missouri River to California. Portland nnd tho Puget Sound country ovorv day during September and October, witu correspondingly low rates to tho Spokano District and tho Butto-Ho- ona District: also proportionate rates from intorior Missouri, Knnsas and southern territory. "The Burlington Northern Pacific Express" Is tho great through train caving Kansas C tv daily, for tho Northwest Through Coaches, Chair Cars (scats freo). Standard and Tour- 1st Sleepers to Butte, Helena, Spo- Kane, Tacoma, Scnttlo, Portland Con nections train from Denver at nlitht Joining this northwest train at Al liance, Neb. VISIT THE OLD HOME EAST. Also excursion rntes to Ohio nnd Indiana during tho first week of Oc tober at tho tlmo of tho big Grand Army reunion nt Washington, D. C. TO CHICAGO. Tho Burllntrton's famous "Ell" is tho best known and most popular train from Kansas Cltv and St. Joseph to Chicago. TO ST. LOUIS. Two dally trains carrying all classes of standard Bur- Ington equipment. HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS. On the first and third Tuesdays of August, Soptomber and October, to many sections of tho West and North west. Consult nenrest ticket agent or wrlto tho undersigned for full Inform ation, printed matter and tho least cost of your proposed trip. L. L. WAKELY, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. L. J. BRICKER, T. P. A., 2S3 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. C. M. LEVEY, Gen, Mangr...... St. Louis, Mo. Tho biggest stoves In tho city at WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO'S. Things We Like Best Often Dlsagroo With Us Bocauso we ovoreat of thorn. Indi gestion follows. But thoro's a way to csoaposuch consoquonces. A doso of a good dlgestant llko Kodol will relive you at onco. Your stomach Is simply weak to digest what you oat. That's all indigestion Is. Kodol digests tho food without tho stomach's aid. Thus the stomach rests whllo tho body is strength ened by wholesome- food. Dieting Is un necessary. Kodol digests any kind of good food. Strengthens and lnvlgoratos. Kodol Makes Rich Red Blood. Frepre only by E. O. DaWirr Co., Chicago. XnallboUieconuiniZMUmMtbiO0.tacb C. O. & G. Special Rate. MACOII GA. Annual meeting Farmers' National Congress Oct. 7, 1902. On OcL 4 and C tho C. O. & O. ruiiiuml will sell round trip tickets to .Uamn, Ga., for $27.05. Limited to uct 12, 1902. WASHINGTON, D. O. Annual meeting G. A. R. Oct. C to 11, 1902. On Oct. 2, 3 4, and E tho G. O. & G. railway U sell round trip tickets to Washington, D. C., for 133.40. For limit seo agent. On Wednesdays nnd Saturdays tho C. O. & O. will sell round trip tick ets for ono faro plus $2.00 to summer tourist points In Alabama, Oeorgla, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tenncsseo and Vir ginia. Limited sixty days. Special summer excursion rates to northern and eastern resorts. One faro plus $2 for tho round trip. W. . ' VSHIELL, ii!ket Agent. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In tho United States Court for the Southorn District of tho Indian Territory. In tho matter of J. H. Freoman, bankrupt In bankruptcy, No. 19. To tho Honornblo Hosea Townsend, Judgo of tho District Court of tho United States for tho Southern Dis trict of tho Indian Territory: J. II. Freeman of Chlckasha, in tho Southern district of tho Indian Terri tory, In said district, respectfully rep resents that on tho fifth day of Oc tober, 1901, last past, ho was duly ad Judged bankrupt under tho acts of congross relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered all his prop erty and rights of proporty, and has fully complied with all tho require ments of said acts nnd of tho orders of tho court touching his bankruptcy. horoforo ho prays that ho may bo decreed by tho court to liavo afull dis charge from nil debts provable against his estate under said bankrupt acts, except such debts as are oxcoptcd by law from such discharge. Dated this first day of Soptember, A. D. 1902. J. H. FREEMAN, Bankrupt. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. " In tho United Statos Court for tho Southern District of tho Indian Ter ritory. In tho mattor cf R. Stewart Dcnnco, bankrupt. To tho Hon. Hosoa Townsend, Judge of the U. S. Court In nnd for tho Southern District of tho Indian Tor- rltory: R. Stowart Dcnnco of Duncan In tho Southern District of tho Indian Terri tory respectfully represents that on tho 13th dny of August, 1902, last past, ho was duly adjudged bankrupt undor tho acts of congross relating to bank ruptcy; that ho hns duly surrendered all his property and rights of proper ty nnd had fully complied with all tho requirements of said act3 and of tho orders of tho Court touching his bank ruptcy. Wherefore ho prays that ho mny bo decreed by tho Court to havo a full dlschargo from nil debts provablo against his estnto undor said bank ruptcy acts, except such debts as aro excepted by law from such dlschargo. Dated this 19th day of Septembor, 1902. R. STEWART DENNEE, Bankmpt. Indian Torrltory, Southorn District, ss: On this the 20th day of Soptomber, 1902, on reading tho foregoing peti tion, it is ordered by tho Court that a hearing bo had upon tho snmo on tho 13th dny of Octobor, 1902, before tald Court at Ryan, In said District, at 2 o'clock, p. m., and that notlco thoroof bo published in tho Ardinoreltc, a nowspapor published in said District that nil known creditors nnd other porsons in Intorost may appear at said tlmo and plnco nnd show cause, If any thoy havo, why tho prayer of said po tltlonor should not bo granted. And It Is further ordered by tho Court that tho cleric shall sond by mall to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to thom at their places of residence ns stated. Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judgo of said Court, and tho seal thereof, at Ryan, in snid District, on tho 20th day of Soptomber, 1902. C M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. ny S. II. WOOTTON, Deputy. (Seal) First published Sept. 23, 1902. Notice of Trustee's Sale In Bankruptcy In tho mntt&r nf n t. n. bankrupt. Notlco is hereby given that tho tru- (CO Of tho abovo nnmml Inni.,,.. ... ""' "I't win (.rror for sale (o tho highest bidder for cash In hnml nt Ai-.ir,, T v ...UIUUIUt uiuuin Torrltory. nt 12 o'clock m., on October 11, 1002, all the goods, wurcs, mer chandise and nrhnr and effects of tto nbovo named bank- This 27th day of Soptembor, 190" JOHN HINKLE Referee. ' First published September 28 190'