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PRESIDENT WILL C0N8ENT.
vaiiii Wnryii. the Commission If the Miners Favor the Plan. AVnaiiintMnn. Oct. 14. At noon to day It was salil nt tho temporary Whlto Hoiue that t communication rolatlvo to tlio pro 4. -altlon of tho an thraclto coal operators bail beon re ceived from Prosldont John Mltcholl of tho United Mlno Workors. Tho proposition waB not transmitted to lresldont Mltcholl officially either by President ltoosovclt or by tho local onorntors. It was addressed to tho public and It Is assumed that Mr. Mltcholl will tnko cognlzanco of It from the press. In tho event bo should not do so, howovor, It Is possible that tho president would ofllclally notify him of tho proposition of tho officers. Inasmuch as the communication of the ofllcors was in tho shape of an ad drcsfl to tho public It Is possible that Mr. Mltcholl may mako his reply In a similar manner. Tho prosldont has ngret'd to appoint tho commission sug- Ki'Btcd by tho coal operators, provld od Buch a commlBBlon should provo natlsfactory to tho minors. During tho early part of today the president had several conferences, all bearing upon tho strlko situation. Secrotary Hoot called at tho Whlto House Immediately after the dopart uro of .Messrs. J. P. Morgan and It. H. Ilacon from New York and had a brlof Intorvlow with tho proBldont. Soon aftorward Franlc P. Sargent, commissioner of Immigration, had a conforonco with tho president He de clined to dlsciiBs tho object of his In terviews, hut It was bellovod to be with roferonco to tho personnel of tho proposed commission. Commls Hlonor of Labor Carroll D. Wright also had an extondod Intorvlow with tho president. At Its conclusion whllo ho declined to discuss It ho exprossed tho belief that the coal strike was on the ovo of settlement. He hud no In formation from President Mitchell. The fcellnic at the White House Is optimistic. The belief Is genera1 among otnclitl and civilian callera that a long step has been taken to ward n final settlement of the strike. Until Mr. Mitchell makes his reply no further action on tho part of the proeldent Is expectod. It developed today that tho main features of the operators' propoeltlon wero discuss ed and In a gonernl way agreed to at tho conference between Secretary Hoot and J. P. Morgan In New York on Saturday last. Mr. Morgan was very anxious to bring about an ad justment and Secretary Hoot was ablo to point out monns whoroby tho main obstacles to yielding on tho part of tho oporators could bo romoved. Tho names suggested for member ship on tho commltteo of arbitration nro Carroll D. Wright, tho commis sioner of labor, and 13. W. Parker, sta tistician of tho United States geolog ical survoy. Colonol Wright has boon a close adviser of tho prosldont over slnco tho Inception of tho coal trou bles and enjoys the conndonco of both aides of the great labor fight. Ho might bo named aB tho "sociological expert" of tho commission. E. W. Parker of Texas, who has been In the sorvlco of tho survey de partment hero for some years, Is con sidered ono of tho best authorities In tho country on tho subject of coal. Never Ask Advice. When you have a cough or cold don't ask what Is good for It and got Bomo mediclno with Httlo or no merit and perhaps dangerous. Ask for Fo ley's Honoy and Tar, tho greatest throat and lung remedy, It cures coughs nnd colds quickly. Sold by nonner & Bonner. HIS OWN SURGEON. Indian Dug Dullet Out of His Own Neck and Saved His Life. Guthlo, Ok., Oct. M. The deputy United Stales marshal for tho new country, W. F. Plorco. was hero to bring Dick Situs, a Fodoral prisoner, chnrged with furnishing tho whisky and boor to tho Indlons which rosult- d Jn a big fight and the shooting of Post Oak Jim, one of tho most notori ous Indian pollcomon In that vicinity. Ho ia a charnctor notod for his tough ness and gonornl moannoss. As a ro sult or tho light Jim got n bullot lodged In his neck, after cntorlng his face, Just undornoath his noso and passing twieo through his tongue. Ho was roportod dead, nnd tho doc tors gave him up to die, but it was ono of tho times whon tho victim was too tough to bo killed. After lying around for a fow days trying to die, Jim camo to his sonsos, secured a pocket knlfo and dug tho bullet out of tho hack of his nock with that in strument. Ho Is gottlng along all right nnd will recover, as tho result of his surgical oporatlon. Take your cbolco of those four standard makes of wagons: Tho Bain, Tho Springfield, Tho O'Drlcn, The Jamos & Graham, Sold only by Spraglns & Co. Tailors' and dressmakers' clothos are their most fitting testimonials. PECULATING PREACHER PULLED Trusted Clerk of a Firm Squared His Wrong With His Farm. At Tnlogo. Ok., last Saturday night iinv. .Tiihn HoRloltor. a minister of tho Christian church, ami head clerk of tho larco mercantile oat .'dlshmont of Alldordlco & Shuldlce. v . 3 caught robblnir bis employers. TI.t firm knew sorno ono was stealing :.nd em ployed n watchman, who cut a hole In tho colling abovo tho cash diawer, whero he had a good view of tho wholo store room. Hostettcr camo In at midnight, helped lilmsolf and was Kathorcd up by tho faithful watchman. HoBtettor acknowledged IiIb pecu lotions to the amount of .-it thous and dollars and rolmburBoo ihe firm by deeding to them his Imutl m1 farm valuod at two thousand dollsi .. Ilov Hostettcr lias been a man of Iti.'Henco In tho city of Talogo nnd has ' nrno excellent reputation. His frlum!- r. shockod and cannot account for No arrost will bo made. Spent More than $1,000. W. W. Hako:- of Plalnvlcw. Nob.. writes: "My wifo sufferoJ from lung troublo for 11 ft ecu years. Sho tried a number of doctors and spont over $1,000 without lcllof. Sho 1 ccamo very low and lost all hopo. A friond recom mondod Foloy'a Honoy and Tar and, thnnks to this groat romody. It saved her llfo. Sho enjoys better health than she has known for ten years." Hofuso substitutes. Sold by Bonnor & Ilonnor. WILL RECLAIM LANDS. Pott County Overflow Land Bought Up Dy a Syndicate. Asher, O. T.. OcL 14. H. O. How- ellB of Springfield a lawyor and rep resenting considerable capital spent sovoral days In the elty.last week looking up the matter of reclaiming tho great overflow lands of the Salt and Little river valley north of Ash er and near Romulus. In an Inter view he stated that the capital was not wanting to make this great body of alluvial lands the highest priced lands In Oklnhomn and that matter was now tinder consideration. E. Opolyke a real estate man of Romulun, It Is known to lie a fact, has been con tracting the overflow lands up nnd down theio valleys for some months for unknown parties nnd it Is now thought to bo a syndicate with which- Mr. Howell is nsaoelated. A Typical South African Store. O. It. Larson of Bay Villa. Sundays river, Capo Colony, conducts a Btoro typical of South Africa at which can uo purchased anything from iho prov erbial "needlo t- an anchor." This storo Is situated In a valley nine miles from tho noarost railway station and about twenty-llvo miles from tbo nearest town. Mr. Lnrron says: "I nm fa vored with tin custom of farmors within a radius of thirty miles, to mnny of whom I havo Buon'lcd Cham berlain's remedies. All testify to their valuo In a household where a doctor's advlco is almost out of the question. Within ono mllo of my Btoro tho pop ulation la perhaps sixty. Of thesa within tho past twelvo months no less than fourteen havo been absolutely cured by Chamberlaln'a Cough romo dy. This must surely bo n record." For salo by City Drug Stox and F. I. Ramsoy. Club Women and "Goodness." Chicago, OcL 14. President Hyde of Bowdoln college preached at tho Unlvorslty of Chicago on "Goodness." Ho said that goodness was tho prin ciple of life, and that ethically no act was bad or good of Itself, but accord ing to tho purposo of tho notion. Ho took for oxnmplo two womon. Ono li dovotod to her homo and family and finds ploasuro in tho dutios of domes tic llfo. Sho Is a loving wire and mothor. If this woman finds rete ntion and Intellectual onjoymont by becoming n-mombor of some woman's club that, Mr. Hydo maintains Is right. She Is goodnoss. Another woman llnds no onjoymont at homo and frets nt light household tasks. This woman, who cannot find onjoy mont with bar family, Joins n wo man's club, and sho will go Into it with tho force of a Bteam englno and tho powor of a dynamo. "This," Mr. Hydo says, "Is not "goodnoas, for this woman Is playing tho part of a dovll." Natural Anxiety. Mothers ngard approacnlng wlntor with unonsluoss, children tako cold so easily. No dlaoaso costs more llttlo Hvos than croup. It's attack Is soaud don that tho sufferer Is oltcn boyond human aid boforo tho doctor nrrlves. Such cases ylold readily to Ono Mln uto Cough Curo. Liquifies tho mu cous, allays Inflammntlon, romovos dangor. Absolutoly snfo. Acts Imme diately. Cures coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis, all throat and lung trou bles. F. S. McMnhon, Hampton, Qa.: "A bnd cold rendered mo volcoloss Just boforo an oratorical contest. I Intend ed to withdraw but took Ono Mlnuto Cough Curo. It restored rry volco In time to vyln tho modal." City Drug Storo. Tho legless man Is Just ns llablo to put his foot In It as tho contlpedo Is, No danger of consumption If you uso Foloy's Honoy and Tar to curo " w stubborn cough. Sold by Bonner Connor. A TEXAS WONDER. HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. One small bottle or H til's Great Discovery euros all kidney and blad der troubles, removes gravel, cures dlabote, seminal emission, weak and lamo back, rhoumatlsm and all Irregularities of tho kidneys and bladdor In both women and men. Regulates bladdor trouble In children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mall on receipt of fl. One small bottle is two month's treatment and will cure any cause above men tioned. DR. B. W. BALL Bole manufacturer, EL Louis, Mo., for merly of Waco, Texas. Bold by all druggist and W. B. Frame, Ardmore, I. T. READ THIS, Cloburnc, Texas, OcL 10, 1101. This Is to certify that I havo used tho Texas Wondor, Hall's Great Discov ery, for kldnoy trouble, to my cntiro satisfaction and can recommend It to any ono Buffering from tho same. Yours truly, A. C. LONG. Estrayed $10 Reward. I will pay $10 for tho return, to mo, of ono bay mare, 4 years old, 15& hands high, no brand, has a little whlto on each hind foot, small whlto spot on uppor Hp. J. L. PERSONS. C-10t Bcrwyn. 1. T. Selfish pooplo would hire others to go to tho dentist and do tholr groaning for them if they could. BEST PASSENGER SERVifc IN- TE 4 IMPORTANT QATEWAYS 4 NO TROUDLC TO ANOWCfl QUESTIONS. Superb Pullman Vestibuled SLEEPERS, Handsome Reclining Chair Gars (SCATS FREE) " LL THROUGH TRAINS. B WITH fast morninnr and tralna to St. Louis and the 51 WITH Pullman Slooperr a back ScarrlttseatCubchor (without change) to Nov. ., dally. O JE WITH handsome new Ohalr C - .i! through (without- chuise) iz.'Jv to St. Louis, Memphis und Bl Paso. ONLY LINE WITH a saving of 12 hourt to California. ONLY LINn WITH Tourist Slocpmn Cnra, soml-woekly, through (without chunge) to San Francisco. ; SK FOR SCHEDULES OF OUR INCOMPARABLE TRAINS, r a. roj ry n im ms a r p : 5 E. P. TURNER, GtllirUl PAitCNGCB AND TlCnET ACUtT, DALLPS. TEX. ELIzCTRBC LIGHTED i trains; Are operated by Iho Bctwoon TEXAS And tho North and East' Dotweon , BIRMINGIIAAl, MEAIPHIS, And tho I MoSth. and Westi Between OKLAHOMA And tho North and East Ol.scrvntloa cafo cars, under tho larment of Fred Harvey. Equlp . nt of tho latest, and best design. HACK LINE Davis TO Sulphur. Meets all trains. Good accommodations and prompt service. Wire or telephone J. R. BLYTHE, Davis. Ind.Ter. FRAN K B K R RYI II LLf the: TirvirsjER. f ' co era CO ca CO ca SOUTH OP ELECTRIC LIGHT Watch for tiie ni. ''-,nBh-Petlcal training achool. completo nnd no to datu In evorv di.rtinent Da) , nlKbt HOUool the entire year. Dav Mipll. attend nlc' t "ohool wlihlmt Mtra "a sjt t a,Eor,,?otJrrJtaJdder,eDCy- iVllSn In It's time for them to make thfiir annual visit south, and that means it's about time that you have a Rood new stove in your room, ami bo prepared for the cold weather. Cool mornincs and evenings without a little fire are dangerous to health. Wo have a car of new Btoves. Among them you can find anything you want. We havo cut tho price to the quick to begin with, and invite you to visit our store. WILLIAMS, GORHN & CO., The Hardware Men. That's easy enough to do whenever you know how. This can be done best where you have the largest stock to select from Wayne Hacks, s Blees-McVicker Buggies and burreys. Heinz's Buggie Surreys, Road Wagons, Houses at Stanhopes. Our Wagons represent the Bain, O'Brien. STEVENS, KENNERLY & spragins go, PLANT, ARDHORE, IND. TEH. Q. P. BELVIDOH A. M.. Preldont. OalneiiTllle, Texan. Geese. Ardmore Wyn'ewood Marietta Gainesville spnngfieid. I n a Driving a Bargain j: prram RATt Gulf, Colorado & Snntn Fe. GAINESVILLE, TEXAS Street Fair, Oct. 14 to 1 8. Inrlii 1 Tho O. C. & S. F. rall-vay ' soli round trip tlckcls to Gain" vlllo for ?1.30, limited ono i 1 from dnto of sale. On Oct. 1C for special train only, Ionvict Purcell at C o'clock a. m. 's MILWAUKEE. 6S Annual convention of tho nmim l' Creamery Buttennakers' Assoc), .nt Hon at Mllwaukco Oct. 20-24, 19 tc On O Ct.19 tho O. C, & 8. V. .. sell round trip tickets to Mil waukee for one faro, limited Ofe 27. m I'HICAQO. I" International Livestock Expo11 Uon. On November SO and tho Gulf, Colorado aud Santa xi j soli round trip tickets to Chlcani for ?27.40, limited Der.cmbor lOf KANSAS CITY. II American Itoyal Catt'o and Swl,u Show and Kansas City Hor" Show nt Kansas City, Mo., Oq,,' her 20-2C. On October 19 and i, the Gulf, Colorado nrd Santa I" will nell round trip tickets (Ji I13.C0, limited October 27. NEW ORLEANS, LA. i Annual meeting American Darf ors association, New Orleans, Lj" Nov. 11 to 13. On Nov. 7, 8, alp 9 tho G. C. & S. F. railway wi soil tickets to Now OrleanB, L nnd return for ?19.C5, limited ti I days from dato of sale. OMAHA, NED. 1 National Encampment Christ Church, Omaha, Nob. On oL 14 and 15 tho Gulf, Colorado nta Santa Fo will sell round tr'k tickets to Omaha, Nob for ot 1 faro. Limit to Oct. 2C. li W. A. DASHIELL," tb C. O. & G. Special Rate. ' MILWAUKEE. 11 Annual convention of tho Nation? Creamory Duttermakora ABsocljt, tlon at Mllwaukco Oct. 20-24, 190t, Tho C. O. & G. will sell round tr ie tlckots to Mllwaukco for one farit Dates of salo Oct. 19, limited Oc ' 27. 1 On Wednesdays and Saturdays tl ' C. O. & G. will sell round trip tlcl. ets for one faro nliis J2.00 to aiimmt. tourist points In Alabama, Georglj,, ivemucKy, fliissourl, North Carolint South Carolina, Tennessco and VlFr glnla. Limited sixty days. tc Special Summer nTPIimlnn rntni I" northern nnd eastern resorts. Oil1 faro plus ?2 for tho round trip. 1 W. A. DASHIELL, 5, Ticket ABenfo It will do you no good to co to oili oculist after you havo worried yoi oyos out. iv It WADWIMn nnncD m In tho United States court In tho l! dlan Territory, Southern dlstrlctT Chas. Fleming, plaintiff, vs. Buttle Fleming, defendant. No. E.355. p Tho defendant Bettlo Flemlnit tc warned to appear In this court in thli" ty days and answer tho complaint ( plaintiff Chas. Fleming. Witness Hon. Hosea Townscnf Judge of sold court and tho seal therjc of this 10th day of Octobor, 1902. U (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, $ Clork. c H. C. POTTEUF, Attorney. U S. H .BUTLEIt, Atty for Non-Ites. First published Oct 10, 1902. Foley's Honey and Tai curcs cotfs, prevents pncumool Tho biggest stoves In tho city at WILLIAMS, COrtHN & CC 8. I $25 REWARD WE will pay ?25 roward for tbo arrest and conviction of any party or parties netting of quail or dynamiting of Usu within n radius of 26 miles of Ararnore. B. F. PRRNRr.RV Pres. Rod and Gun Olub, H i Hotel Hampton p?? Oppoalta Depot Rn 1 9 Special attention to the traveling public. ., Newly renovated! 1 r fw wr , Donblo saraplo room. .. Bath in. connection, free to transient: Kuests. i1 Keeps good teams ancf rigs, careful drivrs. 1 Come here to get your team for any secJ, tion of this country. RAILROAD EXCUR3ION Hannsvillc LiveryStablei A 1 r ipnirT n j. ounui 1 1 1 W AM kW II ill