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SOMETHING ABOUT PECANS.
Where They Most Abound HowThey
Are DouQht and Sold.
The following Interring art U It
pecans we find In the MunKop-f
Times nnU will prove Interesting r.a 1
InR to overy lover of that nut:
Joseph Sontlhelmer has bought flf
toen pounds of pecans. Thero Ik nr.th
Ing strange about such a trnnsBc-tinn.
but It brings to mind the fact that thr
pecan season Is at hand anil that there
will be marketed many thousand
pounds of those highly prized nuts
within tho noxt three months.
I'ccans grow In tho Indian Territo
ry, Toxns, Southern Missouri, South
ern Illinois and Indiana. But the
great pecan countries aro the Indian
Territory and Texas.
Mr. Sondholmor is tho pecan buyr
of the Territory. Ho has been In the
pecan buslnoss for thlrtyflvo years.
When be bogun buying pecans It was
In tho days when towns and white
men wore scarco In tho Territory and
tho only moans of transportation was
by water down tho Arkansas river
or n long haul over the Kansas border
to railroads In tho states. Then tho
buying was in small quantities and
from tho Indiana or from whlto fron
tiersmen nlong the borders . Now It
Ik different. In a good year for pe
cans llko last year Mr. Sondhelmor
buys from 600,000 to 000,000 pounds
(pecans soli by the pound, forty-four
pounds to tho bushol). Tho prlco
ranges from two conts por pound to
ten cents, affectod largely by tho
Texas crop.
Years ago the Crook and Seminole
natlonB woro the pecan countries and
from them most of the ptoans were
bought. For tho Creek Nation Okmul-
geo was the great buying center and
one year Mr. Sondhelmer had a man
thero buying pecans while he was him
self In St. Louis selling them and the
buyer almost swamped him. Every
carload would be reported the last,
but was followed by another and still
another until It seemed the world
could have been supplied with pecans
by Okmulgee that year. Last year
Mr. Sondhelmer shipped 600,000
pounds of pecans and the price wn
fairly good. This year there will be
a big Texas crop and the price may
be lower. At present pocans are sell
ing right around six cents, but they
will drop within tho noxt thirty days
to four conts. Tho year's crop will
not begin to movo well bofore tho
first of December.
Thero aro lotc of pecans In tho In
dian Territory that go to wasto ovory
year In tho full-blood districts bo
causo tho Indians will not gather
thorn, though ft Is very profltablo,
there being no xponse savo picking
them up. Last year Mr. Sondhelmor
paid one family, somo Bohemians,
who live on tho Verdigris, $1,200 for
pecans.
Pecans aro shlppod In car loads, ex
cept In tho early Boaeon, when thoy
arc sent by oxpross. Wbon tho big
crop of '97 was bolng gathcrod, Mr.
somihcimer paid over $1,100 express
to tho Frisco road for shipments made
over that lino and ono tlmo paid ex
press on 13,000 pounds at $2 por linn
droii. There will bo as largo a crop
this year as thero was In '97 nnd that
year Mr. Sondhelmor shipped twenty-
five car loads. From this placo thoy
.ire shipped to St Louis and Chicago
and some to Now York.
Texas furnishes tho bulk of tho pe
cans for tho United States. Last
year thero woro 1,000 car loads Bhlp
pod from that stato and most of thorn
went to Now York via Oalvoston
Buying pecans Is a very risky busl
iiess, tho domand and tho supply be
ing equally uncortaln. Somo Union
thero seoms to bo no demand for nuts
where tho yoar beforo they could not
get onough, and vlco versa, while on
n growing crop nothing llko an est!
mato can be mado until they are
brought Into markot, owing to the re
mote districts in which they grow
Consequently ndvanco prlcos aro sol
dom offered and pocans uro hough
only in quantities to fill the demand
In sight.
How's This.
we offer ono hundred dollars re
ward for any caso of catarrh that can
not he cured by Hairs catarrh cure,
F, J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O
Wo, tho undersigned, hnvo known
V. J. Chenoy for tho past fifteen years
and bollovo him perfectly honorable
in an business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obligations
maue oy their firm.
WEST & TRUAX,
wnoiosaio urugclsta. To edo.
O
WALDINO, KINNAN & MARVIN,
wnoiosaio druggists, Toledo,
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
nnd mucous surfaces ot tho system
Testimonials sont free. Prlco 75c per
uomc. bom uy an druggists.
Hall's Farilly Pills aro tho best
mo met mat women seldom mean
what thoy say Is exemplified by tho
cozy cornor.
t Bronchitis for Twenty Years.
Mrs. Mlnorva Smith of Dannvlllo
111., writes; "I had bronchitis for
twonty years nnd never got relief
until I used Foley's Honey and Tar,
which Is a sura curo." contains no
opiates. Sold by Bonner & Bonner,
WHEN BABY
IS COMING
USE
Mother's Friend.
Woman1! greatest drrnm ct bfut nnrl
glory 1 wlien nature lia choten 1. 10
become n mother. livery faculty U Vt-'y
alert and her nature the finett aa she i -
eet the Joy, the ambition, the ucci 1
the llfe-fonp (attraction coming, conn
nearer, day by day, in tho dear nnd ir.r.oci ,i
being 10 toon to tee light, and the ver
uncertainty whether Mie nhall ice a aweet
girl (ace or a brave boy face benldo her on
the pillow, add! tett to her expectancy.
Then, It eve , the ihonld taVe care of her
phyileat, mental and moral health.
MOTMGKM I'RIliNt) applied externally
throughout rreirnancy will reliere the pain
ot parturlttou, and no mother and child can
fall to be hexlthy, hearty, ttrong. clear com
plexions)!, pure bloc-led, calm nerved and
cheerful In riUpnaltfon, who are mutually
Influenced fo-monthtby the continued uie
cf Mother! I'rlend.
Of druggliiM 4I.CU
OurtreatU "Motherhood" mailed free.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
AtLAHTA, OA.
TOWN BURNED LIKE BONFIRE,
Fnetorlea Destroyed Flames Could
Could Be Seen Eighty Miles Away,
Ashland. Ore., Oct. 16. Tho most
destructive fire in the history of
Northern California visited tho town
of Klamathon, at the crossing of Kin
math river, Siskiyou county, today,
and wiped out the entire business por
tlon of the place, a large new saw
mill, sasb. door and box factory and
over live million feet of sawed cedar
and pine lumber belonging to the mill
of John It. Cook & Son, being oper
1 under a loose by Hervey, Llndley
Co.. and did damage estimated at
$360,000. The Southern Pacific com
pony's station, freight house, rolling
slock and side tracks wero also de
stroyed. Most of tho milling houses
of
tho town, which woro situated on
an
elevation, woro saved, as won as
ono
hotol on tho back street.
Tho flro was visible eighty miles
away.
You novor, In all your life, hoard c
nan complaining about a Studobako;
buggy. Thoy always glvo perfect
satisfaction. Sold by
NOBLF, BltOS.
Good qualities that
doscond from
grow wonkor,
always grow
father to son seom to
whllo tho bad ones
strongor.
StrlcKen with Paralysis.
Henderson Grimett of tUls placo was
stricken with partial paralysis and
complotoly lost the uso of ono arm and
side. After being treated oy an emi
nent physician for qulto a whllo with
out relief, my wife rccommondodCham-
berlaln'B Pain Balm, and niter using
two bottles of It ho Is nlmost entirely
cured. Geo. It. McDonald, Man, Logan
county. W. Vn. Several other very re-
markablo curo3 of partial- paralysis
have been effected by tho uso of this
llnlmont. It Is most widely known,
howovor, as a euro for rheumatism,
sprains nnd bruises! sold uy city
Drug Store and F. J. Itatnsey.
Wo Boll hnrneBs. and it llko other
raorchandlse In our store, is tho host
NOBLE) BnOS.
If dirt wns worth two dollars a load
Chicago would havo clean streets.
A Doren Times a Nlnht.
M. Owen Dunn ot Benton Ferry, V
Vn., wrltos: "I havo had Mdnoy nnd
bladder troublo for years, and It be-
camo so bad that 1 was obliged to get
ill) at least a dozon times a night.
novor received ony pormanont bonoflt
from any modlcino until I fled roioya
KIdnoy Curo. After using two bottloa
I am cured." Sold by Bcnnor & lion-
nor.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In tho DlBtrict Court of tho United
States, for tho Southern district, at
Ardmore. In tho matter ot Leo
Mays & Co. bankrupts, In bankrupt
cy. :
To tho creditors of Leo Mays & Co,
In tho Southorn district, In tho In
dlan Territory, at Ardmoro, n bank
nipt:
Notice is horoby given that on th
3d day of October, 1902, tho Bald Leo
Mays & Co was duly adjudged bank
rupt, nnd that tho first mooting of his
creditors will bo hold at my office ot
tho courthouse, In tho city ot Ardmore,
on tho 18th of October, 1902, nt
o'clock In tho aftornoon. nt which tlmo
tho Bald creditors iua nttend, provo
their claims, appoint a trustee, exam
lno tho bankrupt and transact such
other buBlnoss as may come beforo
said meeting. JOHN HINICLE,
Reforco in Bankruptcy,
First published Oct. C, 1902.
A BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP FREE.
There is a tide In the afftnlrs of re en,
fortune." We aro going to make this
ot somo energetic, bright, hustling toy or girl. You woll understand that
today tho real man Is tho man of buslnoss, and you know, too, that almost
very line of honest work in the world
from a few years ngo! Now, here Is a plan that will placo at your com
mand a flrst-clasB business education, fit you for earning a good salary or
equip you for tho succoesful management ot any buslnoss ontorprlse. And
It Is so simple, so oasy, and such pleasant
or lady can afford to let It pass. To tho person sending us the largest list
ot annual subscribers to tho Weekly Ardmorelto by tho 1st day of Decem
ber, 1902, wo will send n paid up scholarship In tho Southwestern Business
University ot Oklahoma City. This colloge has been established for a num
ber of years and has every equipment nocossar' to impart a thorough busi
noes education. Its tcachors aro men of training In their various linos of
work nnd you aro given your choice of book-keeping nnd banking or sten
ography. Thcso courses Include thorough training In penmanship, spelling,
letter writing and English.
Do not hesitate; enter tho contest today. Sco your friends. Many of them
who aro reading tho paper now will renow for a year.
Another foaturo of tho contest Is, you
work whllo earning tho scholarship. Wo
annual subscriber, or In other words, for
cents, nnd keop tho 15 cents to pay you for your time. Sample coptoa will
bo furnished you. Bo tho first In your town or neighborhood to tako up tho
work. Surely you can send In as many as twenty subscribers. Fill out
this blank tonight and mall It to us.
THE ARDMOREITE, Ardmore, I. T.
I doslro to enter tho contest for th
Buslnoss Unlvorslty at Oklahoma City Ploaso sond me samplo copies and
tho nocosaary blanks for sending In names and making remittances.
Yours vory truly,
(Name) .
(Postoince)
HALL &
308 Main Street. EhoU' Old Stand,
Opposite Opera IIoubq : : : :
Telephone No. 104,
ARDMORE,
Just opeaod up
Furniture. Stoves, Dishes, Tinware and all
kinds of Household Goods, both
New and Second-Hand.
WE HAVE TOO MANY
SECOND-HAND STOVES,
Wo will buyyour old Etove, or repair it the same
' day you brinr; it in. : :' : : : : : :
Call and Ret our prices and make our store your
headquarters. We are just from Arkansas, and
we can show you that our prices on all kinds of
Household Goods are the lowest ever heard of.
Remember tho place.
Hall Sc. Hillis.
S. Nineteen years in tho Stove Repair business.
To California
Through Land of Enchantment.
Tourist Sleeper every Tuesday.
lexas to
s-0ct- Santa Fe
Free
Thrcwffc
Reclining Chair Cars
Texas, Oklahoma,
Indian Territory
and THI YVBOT.
Double Dally Oervlce
MEMPHIS, The EAST
and SOUTHEAST.
Pdflitian luffot Stooping Cm.
Nw Solid VMtlbulM TnliL.
I'crlMt Umlct.
TH HIT till TO THE 30UTKIUT
with nmnamtrmiiMtt
t r llii, r t4J
LLIlir, T.P.JL OiIIh.Tii.
hi. V. UtUii, T.P.JL, Cklitini, O.T.
k 1m,S,F,IT.A., Ullli lisk.lik.
which, taken at the flood, leads on
year the turning point In the life
is open to women. How different
omploymont that no young man
get good pay for overy hour's
will glvo you 15 cents for every
ovory subscriber you romlt us 85
scholarship In the Southwestern
HILLIS
IND. TER.
with a big stock of
GUNS AND BICYCLES,
Mating Br enJTAtcn-:
California
Why stay 7r
Chart. kcr of Commerce Corriii.ittce.
Finance J. A. Blvenn, C. L. Ander
suti, J. A. Maddon.
Manufacturing and mercantile in
' ?tp-('. B ones, J. It. Pennington,
; P. Camnbell.
-.Vk highways Max Westhelmer,
L. B. Roberson, W. S. Wolvorton, A.
H. Palmer, II. H. Pennington.
Advertising Slg Simon, T. N. Cole
man, Orin Redfleld.
Hallrottds. etc. W. A. Ledbottor, F.
M. Gates, John L. Gait, W. F. Whit
tlngton, C. L. Herbort.
Agriculture J. B. Boone, John F.
Easloy, J, S. Mullon, M. Munzoshelmer.
Momborshlp C. L. Byrne, It. W.
Dick, Don Lacy.
Entertainment John L. Gait, A.
V. Doak. B. W. Boborts.
House R. W. Dick, W. A. Wolver-
ton, A. C. Young.
Arbitration C. L. Horbort, Leo
Cruco, D. E. Allen, W. P. Poland, J.
P.. Spraglns.
SIDNEY SUGGS, Pros.
C. h. BYRNE, Soc'y.
Danger In Fall Colds.
Fall colds aro llablo to bang on all
winter, leaving tho seeds of pneumo
nia, bronchitis or consumption. Fo
ley's Honoy and Tar cures quickly
and provents serious results. It is old
and rollable, tried and tested, safe
and sure, contains no opiates and will
not constlpato. Sold by Bonnor &
Bonner.
Warning Order.
In tho United Statos court in tho
Indian Torritory, Southern district;
C. H. Skaggs plaintiff vs. M. E. Skaggs
dofendant. No. 5.34C. ....
Tho defendant M. E. Skaggs is
warned to appear in this court In thlr-
, I
ty days and answor tho complaint of
the plaintiff, C H. Skaggs,
Witness Hon. Hoioa Townsond,
judge, this 30th day of Soptombor,
1902.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
n. A. WALKEK, Attornoy.
J. J. BATES, Atty for Non-Bosldent.
First published Sopt. 30, 1902.
Stoves to burn; a car just In.
WILLIAMS, COBHN & CO.
When a womnn is speechless with
rage the very angels tremble.
Look Out for Fevrr
Billlousness and liver dlsordors at this
soason may be provontod by cleans-
nig uio BVBiom wuu jjew.uvs inline
I T. ... . . ( . . ..... ... 1
..my uisura. inoso iamous miio pins
IUO not crlno. Thnv mnvn llin hmvnla I
gently, but copiously, by jeason of tho
tonic properties glvo tone and strongth
to tho glands. City Drug Store.
CHEAP SETTLERS' RATES TOTHE
FAR WEST AND NORTHWEST.
Tho Burlington Itouto renews the
one-wav Settlers' rato of J2!i.nn from
MlRRonri nivor n rniirnrn!,, Pm-tinnrt
and tho Pugot Sound country every
day during September and October,
with eorrnannndlnelv Inw rntna tn (hx
Snoknno District and tho nutto-He-
ena District: also nronortionato rates
from interior Missouri. Kansas and
?nnthorn trrltnrv
.
u
Express Is tho great through train
eaving Kansas city aaiiy, ror me
Northwest. Through Coaches, Chair
tat einn,. ,n i. iiin ann.
1st Sleopors to Butto, Helena, Spo-
kono, Tacoma, Seattlo, Portland Con-
nectlons train from Denver at night
lolnlnp thin nnrthwpst trnln nt A1.
linnoo Nni.
Tn r.uir.Anr. n..,,in.J
famous "Ell" Is tho best known and
f 1 i , v nu.
and St. Joseph to Chicago.
TO ST. LOUI8.TWO da'.iy trains
carrying all classes of standard Bur-
Ington equipment.
HOME8EEKERS' EXCURSIONS.
On tho first and third Tuesdays ot
August, Soptember and October, to
many sections of tho West and North'
west
Consult nearest ticket agont or
wrlto tho undersigned for full Inform
ation, printed matter and tho least
cost of your proposed trip.
L. L. WAKELY, Q. P. A.,
St. Louis, Mo.
L. J. BRICKER, T. P. AM
283 Main St., Kansas City, Mo.
C. M. LEVEY, Gen, Manor.,...
St. Louis, Mo.
It Is well to let Bleoping dogs Ho
also sleeping babies.
Things We
Like Best
Often Dlsarjrco With Us
Because we ovoroat ot thorn. IndN
vMtinn follows. But thoro's a war to
csc&po suoh consoquonces. A doso of &
good dlgost&nt llko Kodol will relive you
at once, xour siom&oa is eiuapiy wi
weak to digest what you eat. Thai's all
Indigestion Is. Kodol digests the food
without tho stomach's aid. Thus the
tomaoh rests whllo tho body issirongin-
onorl hi nhnln)nmo food. DlotlnfflS UD-
nocossary. Kodol digests any kind ot
good food, btrcngmens una invigorates.
Kndnl Makas
PNpw4onljby E. a DWitt4 Co.. OMcco.
fut si do;uo coo win n tunc m w.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the United States Court of the
Southern District of the I;, m Ter-1 ,'"
ritory. In the matter of c p,'lt gc
Jones & Co., bankrupt, In b nk-uo j,0
ruptcy. No. 2C. mi h
To the Hon. Hosea Townser:. '":gP, chol
of tho District Court of the UnltegP10 1
States for tho Southorn District ot',e v
tho Indian Torritory: l,n,11?
Goo. F. Jonos & Co. of Purcell. lo!"
tho Southorn district ot tho Indian xue
Torritory, In said district, rospectful-ilsgn
ly represents that on tho 16th day ofimn,
April, 1902, last past, ho was duly ad.'ers
Judged bankrupt under tho acts ot'm11"
congross rolating to bankruptcy; that f rotJ
ho has duly surrendered all his prop.),!,,'
erty and rights of property, nnd hag 0 n
fully compiled with all tho require-or s
racnta of said nets and of tho orders voul'
of tho court touching his bankruptcy. 30 11
Whoroforo ho prays that ho may be ,vJf
docreed by tho court to havo a full die
charge from all debts provablo against .c
his ostate undor said bankrupt acts, "V
oxcept such debts as aro oxcopted by,iut
law from Buck dscharko. jo rc
Dated this 3d day of October A. D. "c
1902. ir ,u
G. F. JONES and C. C. JONES.
Bankrupts.
Southorn District of tho Indian Terrl- lvho
tory, bs: ,mi
On this 3d dav of October A. n Mnl;
1:02. on roadlnir tho formrnlni? nnlltim, "A
Ia or,,orml hv tho Pnnr, .,.. ,,,. In n
,u bo IInon th Ramn nn , , fee
day of October, A. D. 1902, beforo said 2
... - n n i i.t 11
U .,!, . ., .... D r'
Viuvn 114 HIV 4 IUI J1UU41 i UllU IUUI 4,
notlco thorof bo published In tho Ard- tho
lnorelto a GWgpapor prlnte(, , tM j n
district, and that all known creditor.
and othor persons In interest may ap- u, "'
pear at tho told timo and place and L(
show causo, it any thoy havo, why the C0u
. .. f i.i 1 1 1 1 . . . . p .
ui Biuu iiuniiuuer anouiu not xne
be granted. !cno
And It Is further ordered by the 3,,n
court that the clerk shall send by mall f v
to all known creditors copies of said I.
petition and this order, addressed toO
wiBin ai meir places ot residence as
statod.
Witness, tho Honorable Hosea
Townsend, Judge of tho said court, and
tho seal thereof, at Purcoll, In said dis-
trlct on tho 8d of October, 1902
(Seal of Court) C. M. CAMPBELL
niort
t,,.t v r.ltv.v.K TV,m,t nirv
. , uu,...v,
F,rst puul'shed October C, 1902.
Notice of Dissolution.
Tho firm of J. M. Golledgo & Co.,
composed ot J. M. Golledgo and W.
A. Pride, has been this day dissolved
by mutual consent. J. M. Golledgo will
continuo tho business, collecting all
notes' accounts and debts belonging
t0 ,tho a f J- M Golc0 & Co-
and pay nil tho dobts ngalnst tho
Ba,d flrm of J- M- Golledgo & Co.
ouv nanus mis imu uay oi
oPraoor, iyuj,
J- M- uuL,L,t.uut.,
,'llu W. A. I'lUUlS
I TTnnrv T . a.n..1. . ni. it
Iown wna cured of n Btomach Umhf0
with which ho had been afflicted for
years by four boxes of Chamberlain's
btomach and Liver Tablots. Ho han
Previously tried many otho: remedies
nnd tt nnmber nf ni,vaipnn WH,n,,t
relief. For salo by City Drug Store
anu a j. itamBey,
Warning. Order,
In tho United States Court at Tlsho
mlnB ,n ."j0 Indlaa Territory, South
o iJisinct:
Quono E. Crummery, plalntlff.v s.Al-
bert Crummory, dofendant.
Tho defendant Albert Crummory Is
warned to appear In this court In thir
ty days and nnswor tho complaint of
tho plaintiff, Quono E. Crummery.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsond,
Judgo of said court, and tho seal there
of this 11th day of Oct., 1902.
C. M. CAMPBELL, Clork.
(SEAL)
S. C. Treadwell, attorney.
A. M. Ollphant, attorney non-resi
dent.
First published Oct. 12, 1902.
$100 Reward 5
Will be paid by the Chickasaw
Stockmen's Association for tho 5
? arrest and conviction nfnnvnno
HbuuiiuK hiuck 01 any Kina rrom
Anv mernhnr nf t.hla A aannlatlnn
Z Notify Jell Payne, Pauls Vnl
j ley. Charloy Roil, Roff, I. T., $
J or W. L. Lapsloy, Wynnewood, X
o I. T., Inspectors,
DR. T. P. nowELL, Pres.
O. F Haley, See.
s(tsiiasaBe
SOME MEN PAY
$10,000 ZV
vertisincr. There are others
who for an iinuuul Biibserip
pay S tion to Phinteh's Ink
and learn what all tho advortis
era aro thinkinc about.
Dot even these ire not tho extreme
reaotaed. There are men who loie ore
Xlllll I1III1 Tear oolns neither, ro
tamplooopT lendlAoentit
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