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4 CAPTAIN GENTRY PROMOTED. n Ex-Confederate Appointment An , .nounced by Major-Gen Coleman. rfeadquartors Indian Territory Divis ion, United confederate voiorans. Adjutant General's Office, McAlester, Indian Territory, Oct. 2, 1002. '2'Co nil to whom this may come, t tjroetlng: Reposing perfectconfldonco piil respect In the honor, honoBty nnd .fidelity to the cause so dear to our .i5?'art8. in our comrade Capt. William .-Jc. Ocntry of the Crejl brigndo of tho Jlidlnn Territory division Unltel Con- ' vj . . ... iiernio vcicrnns, It Is ordered by the commander of .a ti-nna-tlaa1aaltitil ilnnnrtmunt nf hS ...... the United Confederate Veterans, thnt jVCnpt. William K. Gentry be promoted the rank of brigadier general and "that he be assigned to duty. Therefore I, R. n. Colnman, com- 'tinnder of tho Indian Territory dlvls- . on United Confederate Veterans, do t lilr dny assign General Gentry to the I ommnnd of the Creek brigade Unlt- d Confodornto Voternns, vice Hrlgn- "ffllor flonprnl rlonrora W flravinti'i Mr. Ire expiring. OenorRl Gentry's promotion nnd com- nlsslon shall nnd will date from the 23) twenty-third day of July, 1002. ienernl Gentry will proceed nt once o receive all nnners. rolls and other Jiroperty or correspondence belonging o the office from Genornl Grayson, ienernl Gentry will at once select rom the different camps In his brlgnde ti full staff, consisting of one adjutant onoral, one commissary general, quar- ermnstor general, Judge advocate gen- rnl, surgeon general, chaplain gener- '"nil. one chief of ordnance, chlof of ar tillery nnd as many nlds de camp ns le may doslro. General Gentry will nt once report pfto tho adjutant general of tho division for duty, nnd will ntonco Issuo bin or- h!der assuming command of said Crook brigade, and all organisations of Con- tfedernto veterans will honor nnd ohov Tnnd respect Genoral Gentry according ly, and all officers of the Crook brig- Me will report to General Gentry for '"lorders general and spoclnl. By ordor of It. D. COLEMAN, eaIMaJor General Commanding Indian Territory Division United Confodor nto Veterans. AttOBt: JAMES H. REED, Adjutant General and Chlof of Staff. The Worst Form. Multitudes are singing tho nrnlses of Kodol, tho now dlscovory which is making so many sick pcoplo won nnd woak people strong ny dlgostlng what thoy ent, by cleansing nnd sweet' onlng tho stomach and by transform' Ing tholr food Into tho kind of pure ricn, rcu uiood that mnkos you fool good nil over. Mrs. Cranflll of Troy, I. T., wrltos: For n number of years I was troubled with Indigestion nnd dyspepsia, which grow Into tho worst form. Finally I was Induced to use Kodol nnd nftor using four bottlos I am ontlroly cured. I heartily rocom mend Kodol to av sufforors from Indl gestlon nnd dyspopsln. Take n dose nfter meals. It digests what you oat, City Drug Store. It Is better to bo made a fool of by women than to lie ignored by them Look Out for Fevnr Bllliousnoss and liver disorders nt this season mny be prevontcd by clonus ing tho system with DeW'lfs Llttlo Early Risers. Thoso famous little pill's do not gripe. Thoy movo the bowols gontly, but copiously, by ;cnson of tho tonic proportlos glvo tone nnd strongth to tho glnnds. City Drug Store. Many a bachelor has mado a nam bor of women happy by not marry' Ing thorn. Natural Anxiety. Mothors regard approacnlng winter with uncnslness, children tnko cold so easily. No disease costs moro llttlo lives than croup. It s attack Ib sosud don that tho sufferer is often beyond human aid boforo tho doctor arrives Such cases yield readily to Ono Mia' mo Cough Cure. Liquifies tho mu cous, allays lnllnmmatlon, removes dangor. AbBolutoly snfo. Acts imme dlatcly. Cures coughs, colds, grip bronchitis, all throat and lung trou bios. F. S. McMahon, Hampton, Go. "A bad cold rendered mo Toicolcss Just uoforo an oratorical contost. I Intond od to withdraw but took Ono Mlnuto Cough Cure. U restored iry voleo In time to win the modal." City Drug Store Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right. Grass widows nro not so green as ) their name, Generally tho old man with tho long, flowing whlskors and bonovolent mien Is having a desperate flirtation with Eomo slip of a girl. Take your choico of theso standard makes of wagons: Tho Dain, Tho Springfield, Tho O'Brien, The Jamos & Graham, Bold only by Spraglns & Co. four In trade either you aro afraid that tho othor fellow will cheat you or that you won't cheat him. No danger of consumption if you uso Foloy's Honey and Tor to curd that stubborn cough. Sold by Bonner & Bonnor. A BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP FREE. 'Thorc la a tldo in the nffealrs of rcen, fortune." Wo nro going to mnko this somo energetic, bright, hustling boy today the real man Is tho man of buslnoss, and you know, too, thnt almost rery lino of honest work In tho world from a few yoara ngo! Now, horo is n plan that will placo at your com mand a first-claps buslnoss education, fit you for onrnlng n good salary or quip you for the successful mnnngomont Ib so slmpie, bo easy, and such pleasant omploymont that no young man or lady can afford to let it pnss. To tho person sending us the largest list of annual subscribers to tho Weekly Ardmorelto by tho 1st day of Decern- bor, 1002, wo will sond a paid up scholarship In tho Southwestern Business University of Oklahoma City. This collogo has boon established for n num ber of yoars and has every equipment necossary to impart a thorough busl noss education. Its teachers arc men of work and you are given your choico of ography. Tlioso courses include thorough training in penmanship, spelling, lottor writing nnd English. Do not hosltato; enter the contost today. See your friends. Many of them ho arc reading the paper now will nothor featuro of the contost Is, you work while earning the scholarship. We annual subscriber, or in other words, for cents, and keep the 16 cents to pay you be furnished you. lie the first in your town or neighborhood to tnke up tho work. Surely you can send In as many as twenty subscribers. Pill out this blank tonight and moll It to us. THE ARDMOREITE, Ardmore, I. T. I desire to enter the contest for th nuslnoss University nt Oklahoma City Please send me snmplo copies and tho necossary blanks for sending in names and making remittances. Yours very truly, (Nnmo) (Postomce) .L & Echols' Old Stand, 303 Main St. Opposite Whittington Hotel. Dealers in New and Second-Hand Furniture and Stoves Household uoous of ail kiuus exchanged, llave just received three cars o second-hand coods and two cars of new goods. New Goods For Old . STOVE - REPAIRING We go to your own home and do the work. Call and get our prices. Phono 104. Free delivery to any part of the city. Hall & ARDMORE, MISS R.OSE OWENS, 720 Seventeenth St., "If every sulfcrine woman i ... has the same experience with Wine of Ordui that I bad, your medicine will be mait popular. About a year ago I began to have a worn out tired feeling with lassitude, pains in the back and bead which kept Increasing every month. I felt that I needed something, but to get the right medicine was the trou ble. I finally decided on your Wine of Cardul and only needed to take three bottles when I was fully re covered." rTTlIIRN Wm Hoso Owens, who Mr I has a responsible position in " I tho QoYornmont servico at Washington, D. C, decided to try Wiuo of Cardul, eho mado n wiso choice. Over n million women havo been relieved of femalo weakness by this eamo Wino ot Cardui. It ia not a strong medicino but may bo taken every day in tho year by any woman with benefit. It does not forco rosults, but corrects derangements of tho menstrual organs. It strengthens tho nervous system, gives tono to tho bodily func tions, acts directly on tho genital organs, nnd is tho finest tonio for wo men known to, tho science of medicino. ilU$tot4 Ovcm. WINE of CARD VI YOUNG & HEINTZ, DALL.A3 TEXAS. Machinery, Mill I Gin Supplies High Grade ' write for what you wantT The Ardmorelte which, taken nt the flood, loads on year tho turning point in tho llfo or girl. You woll understand that 1b opon to womon. How different of nny buslnoss enterprise. And training in tholr various lines of book-keeping nnd banking or sten renow for a year. get good pay for every hour s will give you 15 cente for overy every subscriber you remit us 85 for your time. Sample copies will scholarship In tho Southwestern HILLIS uouRur, sow, rented, repaired or Exchanged . - A - SPECIALTY Hillis IND. TER. 2 WASHINGTON, D C If vou are a suffcrinrx wo man wo would 8"y to you that Wino of Cardui seldom fails to completely euro any caso of femalo ills. Wo say emphatically, it novcr fails to benefit. Every day hun dreds of sufferers aro writing to our Ladies' Advisory De partment. Tho letters aro opened, by persons compe tent to givo advice. Mrs. Jones was cured by follow ing tho advice which was freely given her by tho Ladies' Advisory Depart ment. Miss Owens was cured without advico byjust buying n $1.00 bottle of Wino of Cardui from her druggist and taking this great medicino in tho pri vacy of her homo. No doctor's ex amination, treatment or advico is nec ossary. You have read what theso two cured women havo written. Is this not enough to lead you to determine, to be rid or suffering? August 13,1900, Mrs. W. II. Jones, of Cameron, Mo., writes: "I suffered terribly at monthly periods for three years. I would sometimes go for seven months with no flow at all. Now I have my health back again and am expecting to be confined In January. I cannot praise your medicine enough." million suffering women havo found relief in Wino of Cardui. Belting a Specialty. For First-Glass .JOB PRINTING, Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITV AMD THg.. PftlNCiPAL CITIES TEXAS. or BUFFET SLEEPERS AND FREE RECLINING DINING STATIONS 0iRATED BY TIIC COMPANY SUPERIOR MEALS, Things We Liko Best Ofton Dlsagroo With Us Because we overeat of thorn. Indl gestlon follows. But .hero's a wsy to csoaposuoh consequences. A close of & good dlgsst&nt liko Kodol will rollvo you atonoo. Your stomach Is simply too weak to digest what you cat. Tr i.'a Ml Indigestion is. Kodol digests the food without tho stomach's aid. Thus tha stomaou rests whllo tho body Is strength cned by wholesomo food. Dieting Is un necessary. Kodol digests any kind of good food. Strengthens and invigorates. Kodol Makes Rlofi Red Blood. Prepared only bj E. a DiWirr & Co., Chicago. Xbe U Dottle coo talnalH times toe Wo. slatv. .J .J. .. . . . Yo had better seo Hilly Unldwln about thnt broken buggy. Shop on Broadway. Phono 87. : - : Wnrnlng Order. In tho United -.Statos Court In tho In dlan Territory, Southern district. Ustolla C. Green, Plaintiff, vb.O. K, Green, Defendant. No. 5338. Tho Dofondant, O. K. Green, la wnrnod to appear In this court In thirty days ad answor tho complaint of the Plaintiff, Eetolla C. Groon. Witness Hon. Hosoa Townsond, Judge, this 18th day ot Soptomber, 1002. C. M. CAMPUELIj, Clerk. (Soal) J. S. Mullen, attornoy. J. II. Mathors, attornoy for non-roS' Ide'nt. First published Sept. 19, 1002. m-:h. J?25 REWARD WE will pay 25 roward for tho arrest and conviction of nny party or parties netting of quail or dynamiting of flah within a radius of 25 miles of Ardmore. 13. P. FRBNSLEY, Pres. Rod and dun Olub, LiLllJii1 -- -- -- -- - -- -at X. A r TTT rTTTT I "I" V X T 'F Hotel Hampton pffls y Opponlts TOapot Rates, $2 per Day Special attention to the traveling public. ., Newly renovated Double sample room. .. Bath in connection, free to transien guests. CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks dcoiqnb Copyrights Ac. Airono iciminn a iketrh and description mr n .'i Kir rurcrtuln our opinion freo whether an .- .ntlfiii U iirohablr nitenuhle. Coniniunlrn. ii n.dtrlctlrconOdentlil. llandbookon I'ttenU tram IHAxmt unnrif fnraMMirln.7nuLi.litB. ,i!euu taken tlirouh Munn A Co. recelre H r tat notice, without churns. In t ;nriS. in iu Scientific American. ljrffHif Hp. utlnn at am aiMffnttfln lournal. Ternn W a TPiri fourraontbii.iL tkAa by nil newilaicrt. MUNN SCo.3010"1'-New York Urmocn umeo. r KU wuniniiiou. i. u. CURE YOURSELF ennrs TJ Illfil for onnttural lolutdiri. Ua4rtotd fucnargei.iDnamaiAiiimii. rrlutloui or ulceration Bat la ilrUtata. of mutoui rnemtirann ff'at CavUcloaj .tntfvtUSCHCuicitOo. ralnJett, and not ailrln Rtnt or polioDOUl, UllClNNITIjO. Sold ty nruarcUts v. 8. a. np unt In nlaln vrinh hir iirrw. frnraM. ( il.Oi. vr a bolt In. 1X75. CltouUr Mil on reqaui PROFESSIONAL CARDS, LAWYERS. Stlllwcll H. Russell RobU E. Leo R. W. Dick RUSSELL, DICK &. LEE, Lawyers. Offlco In Noblo Bros.' building. W. A. Lodbotter. S. T. Bledsoe. LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE, Attorneys at Law. Omco in Ledbcttor & Bledsoe Build ing, Main strcot, JOSEPH P. MULLEN, Attobnky and Counbet.011 at Law OalMINlI. LiW A nriOULTT. (iGDtrtl llW nranttrt In lh. lnn.l. nf II . Indian Territory I U.M.aupreraeoonrl.Waili. L?.B,.?1I. oon' o olilmii court ot appeal!, Hlvnth Jadlotal iifitrlnti exeoatlre depart ment, onioe. Weil Main Ureal, naar mi ourtnome Arilmora 1. T. PHYSICIANS. DOCTOR R. O. MOORE PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, OFFICES: In Noblo Uuildinr? TolcplionoBi Itpulih'lico 79. Ollloo ll. DR. J. W. SMITH, Physician nnd 8ur(jcon. Olllco In Gorman Building. Offlre 'Phono fi 3 Ring. Rosldenco 'Phono 1-1. Olllco hours 10 to 12 n. m , 2 to 1 p. m. Special attention wive to DIsonsoB of Women nnd Children. HI PHYSICIAN -.and SURGEON. (l'ormorlyof (lalnosvlllo, (la.) 1'or Boveral yoara a apeclallat on ll'overa anilChronlo Dlaoaaos, eapoclnlly tlioio of Womon nnd Children. ltomovoa Pacini niomlahoa.lnoludlneMoIoa, Wona and Tu. mora (k-nnrantood) without pain or knlfo. Z r Ollloo upatalra In Wlioolor liolldlnir. .Main St., oppoalte Noblo Did. Ilcaldonco. II Ht. nnd nth Avo. N. W. I. W. FOLSOM, M. D. Pi Does ft General Practice. Special Attontion to Obatotrics, Diseas es of Women and Children. 31 Ycara Hxperlence, uuioe nrer uonnur A Ilonner'i drug atore. uuioe uoono 101 reaiannee lit. .W.8hackleford. MrsJ.W.ahacklerord DR8. 8HACKLEFORD, Osteopathic Physician. Wo treat both Acuto and Chronic Dis eases, but mnko a specialty of chronic diseases and diseases of women. Phone 218. Office, 414 North Washlnaton Otrest DR. J. F. SON, Physician and Surgeon. Broclal Attontion Given to Dlseates of Women and Cblldron. Offlco In Gorman Dulldlnr. Offlco Hours: 10 to 12 a. m 2 to 4 u.ro Offlco Phono io. 6. Residence Phone No. 183. Waller Hardy. J. O. UoNaea. uei.rnone as. Iiei.rnonall IIARDY & MoNEES, Physicians and Buhgzons. Offloe honrai 10 to 12 a. m.. 1 to i n. m..and 8 tot p. m.i Bandari, 10 to 11 a. m. and I to 4 p. m, umro mono in. offloa oyer Ilamaay'i arnii aiora corner Main ana uaaao alraan Dir. F. yot) Kclleir, Oonllat and Anrlat. Special attention siren to Bartrerrand Dlaeaaea of tbe EYG, BAR, NOSE AND THROAT, masses Accurately Fitted. Onioe orer Ilonner & Ilonner'a DrnirBtora uooma a ana a. Ardmore. I. T. Tnonei Uoildence 41, oooe In W. M. OflANOELLOR Physician and Surgeon We mako dlaoaaea of women and nhlldrnn and ireneral oneratlve anrtrerr n annniaitv. Uealdonoe, O atreot northeast, aecond door nonn "i mini stoduoi Olllco wltn Ardmoro Drug Co. Dfflco phono 80, resldonco phono 2: 28 DENTISTS. DB. A. H. ADAMB, DUNTIBT. The Latost ImproYomont for Orowi snd IirldRO Work. I1" I . a. J 1 m Loohl annithetloa admlnliUrad for la oalnlnaa eziraetlon of teem. All voik trnarantaad. Prloai to lult tot tlmea. omoa orar Bandol'a atora. Ardaora.I. V DR. WILLIAM S. PENNELL DENTIST. Olllco Moved from overUBonner & Bonnor to the Noble Bros. B'ld' BANNER 8ALV fi FS&r3!i 1. nmr the most heallno salve In the) w or 1(1 Ft- WASHINGTON, D- C. Low round trip ratca by tho Ilock Island ByBtom, "Choctaw, Oklahoma nnd Gulf railroad," to tho O. A. R. En campment, Washington, D. C. Tick ets on snlo Oct. 2, 3, 4 and C, good re turning until Oct. 14, with privllogo of extension of limit until Nov. 2. Cheap sldo trips to the various battlo fields In the vicinity of Washington. Spot Cash Meat Market II. A. YOt'NOHLOOD, rrop. Meats delivered to any pnrt of tho city. Genuine HOT BARBECUE overy day. Blue Front Ettst Main St. Notice of Dissolution. The firm of J. M. Gotledge & Co., composed of J. M. Golltdgb and W. 1'iide, had beou this day dissolved by mutual convent. J. M. Collodge will continue the Inislnoes, collecting all notes, accounts and debts bolonglug to tho II rm of J. M. Collodgo & Co., and pay nil tho dobts against tho aid firm ot J. M. Golledgo & Co. Wltnetts our hands UiIb 16th day of Septeinbor, 1002. J. lU aOLLEDGE, 17-tm W. A. PRIDE. NOTICE IN DANKRUPTCY. In tho United Statos Court for tho Southorn District of tho Indian Ter ritory. Ill tho mattor of II. II. Hus ton, bankrupt: In bankruptcy. No. 18. To tho Honorablo Hosoa Townscnd, Judgo of tho District Court of tho United States for tho Southern Dis trict of tho Indian Torrltory: If. H. HiiBton of Chlckasha, in tho Southern District of tho Indian Terri tory , In Bald District, respectfully rep resents that on tho 18th day of Sep tember last past, ho was duly adjudg ed bankrupt undor tho acts of congress rotating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered all his property and rights of proporty, and haB fully coin- pllod with all tho requirements of said nets, nnd of tho orders of tho Court touching his bankruptcy. Whoroforo ho prays that ho mny bo decreed by tho Court to havo a full discharge from all dobts provablo ngnlnst his cstnto undor sold bankrupt cy nets, except such dobts ns aro ex cepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 17th day of September, , D. 1002. II. II. HUSTON, Dankrupt. Southorn District of tho Indian Terri tory, ss: On this 17th day of Soptombor, A. D. 1002, on reading tho foregoing pe tition, It Is ordered by the Court that hearing bo had upon tho samo on tho 0th day of October, A. D 1002, be- foro said Court, at Chlckasha, In said District, at 9 o'clock In tho forenoon; and that notlco thereof bo publshod In Tho Ardmorelto, a nowspapor printed in said District, and thnt all known creditors and other porsons In Interest mny appear at tho said tlmo and placo and show causo, If any thoy havo, why tho prayer of said petitioner should not bo granted. And It is further ordered by tho Court that tho clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors conies of said petition and this order, addressed to thorn nt their places of rcsldcnco as stated. Witness, tho Honorablo Hosca Town- send, Judge of tho said Court, and tho scnl thereof, at Chlckasha, In said District, on Sopt. 17, 1902. C. M. CAMPDELL, Clerk. By J. Ty. SPEAKE, Doputy Clerk. (Seal of Court.) First published Sept. 19, 1902. Warning Order. In tho United States district court in tho Indian Torrltory, Southorn dis trict: Mary M. Haloy plaintiff ve. John h. Haloy defendant. No. E272. Tho dofondant John L. Haloy Is warned to appoar In this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Mary M. Haloy. Wltnoss Hon. Hosea Townsoud, Judgo ot tho said court nnd tho seal thorcof this 27th day of Juno, 1902. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. S. H. BUTLER, Atty Plaintiff. J. S. MULLEN, Atty Non-Res. First published Sept. 24, 1902. Warning Order. In tho United States court In tho Indian Territory, Southern district; C. H. Skaggs plaintiff vs. M. E. Skaggs defendant. No. 5,3 1G. .... Tho dofondant M. E. Skaggs is warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, O H. Skaggs. Witness Hon. Hosea Townsond, Judge, this 30th day ot Soptember, 1902. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. E. A. WALKER, Attornoy. j. J. UAia, auj tur ouu'iwuiiicu First publish 15 apt. 31, 1902.