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I Lett n Clinlorlp Client Intii tho lf" 1'ntlii of I'emio, It seems nlwnjm to have lnln within k-do power of tho dlntlr.-itiliihod lawyer nd Inimorldt. Itufu ("itiite, to lead e choleric client from wn.va of nuger !,jtito the pnthi of peaeo. Juiit before .lie war a southern gpiitlciuan was lining with n friend In om of tlio beat jotola of IJostoti. Ilo vt:n of French a!r0olQ extraction, nnd lilt nnmo waa niolneonr, says a writer in I.lpplncotfs MIflKMluc. The wultrr wan a eoloriMl jfiitm, nnd the southerner gno hla or jjera In n very domineering fashion, .finding fnnlt frcHy with what waa put Sefoto him and the way In which It ltvns horved. Finally the waiter hcam nceiicd and toUl Mr. Ipneotir to go Bon place warm and remote. The 1st Kor sprang furiously to hla feet and gVould linvo ahot the offender dead If je had not ueen reoirulneil by hla ', visor friend, wlio said: "Yon can't do that tort of thing here. L'oti will bare to remember wber you tkre." i, "Do you auppc thnt I am going to out up with Mich hiHolencc and not po revenged?" mild the enraged man. , "Certainly uoL Rut do It by proceaa ' bf law." i The landlord who tint Interviewed nd the waiter tchnrged. That waa MiiuVlcnt t; i".Uify the wounded ling of Mr. Melacour. lie caked t!h was the lnt lawyer In the city nd was told it wim Rufua Cuoate. taking hlH way to his office, be wild: ".Mr. Chonti I v.-uut U engaxe yon . )n n case. Whit will your retaining , fee ber' About Ufa." 1 i The check wn mado itut and banded over. '. i "Now," aald the lawyer, "what nro . the Tacta of the cano?" i Ilo waa told. Said Mr. ChOflto . thoughtfully: ' . "I Unow the United States law on .the subject well, nnd I know the law (of tho commonwealth of Mnswchu- 1 setts, nnd I can assure you, sir, thnt - ihora Ib no power on oarth strong pnough to force you to ro to that blaco If you don't want to go. And if '1 wero you I wouldn't." "Well," aald the southerner, accept png the situation. "I think I'll tnko your ' ytdvlco." And they parted good friends. POULTRY POINTERS. Supply plenty of gravel to fowls thnt arc being fattened In confinement. Chickens should nover bo allowed to go on tin; roosts until ten or twolvo weeks old. Lime ls'n purifier and should bo used ns a wash on the coops, perches and nest boxes. If a hen lays soft shelled eggs, glvo her plenty of gravel, oyster shells and crushed bone. Ducks should be allowed as much liberty ns possible. Thoy uro not par tlal to conllueiuoiit. Flnt oggs, eggs within eggs, double yolked eggs and other unnatural for motions nro duo to the hens being over fat. Geese may bo fattened on nny kind of grain If fed all that they M ill cat for ubout ten days before sending them to market Com, peas and barley aro beat. Young chicks of faucy breeding should not be permitted to roost on perches until after they arc eight months old. ns It often causes crooked breast bones. Accumulating filth Is n prolific sourco of disease, especially gapes. After tho poultry yard Is cleaned up sprinkle It well with diluted carbolic acid and a llttlo copperas. Ailillnu iTimill o Injury. Sho had just hnniled hlui the frosty niltt, but ho wns kio to tho lust hur dle. "If you nro ercr In trouble," he snld, "do not hesltnte to lift up your voice, nnd you will llud ;uo 'Johnny ou tho Bpof " "I'm In trouble now," answered tho human refrigerator, with a sigh Ions drawn out. "And, behold," exclaimed the unsus pecting youth, "I am here." "Tcs," she Mid. "that's tho trouble." Chicago News. " ' Xo, Not You. "Mnmmn, what was that fuzzy bun dlo you took out of papa's vest pocket and threw In tho fireplace Just now?" "Thnt was an accumulation of house hold recipes your father cut out of tho papers downtown and put away for my benefit. I hnvo to clcun them out of his pocket nbout onco a month." Chicago Tribune. A Kniilty AiipriiUumciil. Mr. Sprlgglus prides himself ou un derstanding the vnluo of money." "And thnt'H where Mr. Sprigging innkos n mistake." said tho liberal man. "Ho expects n dollnr to buy two or three times ns much as It has anj right to nud Is contluually being au- noyed and disappointed." wasuiugiou Star. l'nl nl to 111 Ciinillilner. "You have Just as much right nnd iheoretlcully Just ns good n chanco ns anybody else to bo president," says tho patriotic citizen to his neighbor. "I cannot ngrco with you," sighs tho noiphlior. "Wo have no chlldreu, and that fact alone would lose me tho pho tographers' vote."-Juugc. A Corner In 1SKK. Thnt old hen Just seems to be burst Ing with pride," remarked tho farmer's flnir. "Prldo? Nothing of tho sort. It's eggs," replied tho Leghorn rooster, sho thinks sho'a a financier, and she's trying to atop laying until tbero'a a CITY GOVERNMENT. It. W. Dick Mayor J. H. Mathers City Attorney John L. Gait Follco Judge a. II. Druco City Clerk T. N. Coleman Treasurer W. It. Hoborta. Assessor and Colloctor D. 15. Booker ........ Chief of Police Bob MoGeo City Scavenger Aldermen. First Ward J. W. Oollettge, J. MeCuaren. Second War J. 8. Mul'.tn, I, It. Deal. Third Waul 0. I Byrnt, W. C. fCsndall. Fourth Ward Vf. T. Onrdner. A. 0. Younj;. Committees. Finance C. L. Hyrna, chairman; A. 0. Young, J. 8. Mullen. Street and Alley I. it. Beat, chair man; C. L. Byrne; W. T. Gardner, J. 8. McChsren. Police C. Kendall, cbalrnun; I. R. Beat. J. S. McCharen. Fire W. T. Gardner, chairman; J. W. Oolledge. J. S. Mullen. waterworks A. C. Young, chttr-l man; J. S. Mullen, C. L. Byrne. Ordinance J. S. M "ten. chairman; J. W. Golledge, W. L. Kendall. Cemetery J. W. Oolledge. cialt- man; W. T. Gardner, I. R. Beet Sanitary J. S. McCharen, oiinlr man; J. S .Mullen, W. C. Kendall, A. 0. Young. Beard of Health. Dr. J. V. Moffett, city pliyalclaa; Drs. S. S. Carr. J. W. Smith, Walter Hardy; Mayor It. V. Dlok The fellow who lacka confidence In himself can't Inaplre It In others. LAMPS GIVEN A'rVAY Beginning Auguat 1, I will give away to the family p'r'lmilug ihn mot bTml of me, for tho next ntno- ty days a fine, beautiful red lamp an ornament to any parlor. Call and bco It. Will also give one to tho hotel or restaurant purchasing tho most broad of me, a nlco parlor lamp. Photographs Given Away. Will also glvo ono dozon cabinet alio photographs. I uso tho best flour. Everything Boll Is flrst-clnss. Respectfully, J, H. SPiEGLE Foley's honev and Tar THROUGH THE HEART OK The Great Southwest RRITOR1 TEXAS THROUGH TRAINS MODERN EQUIPMENT "A GOOD WAY TO GO" FOR FAST TIME TAKE "THE KATY FLYER" ANY nAILWAY AGENT WILL OC CLAD TO FUnNISH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CO YRAflO' EXPERIENCE Tnnnr Marks Oct.lGNO CopvmnMTS Ac. .... ., rnui 11'ilj.it nanner for M3rinir I&tflnt0. IMfiiin taken thrcuzli Mnun & Cu. recoil Scientific JStiiericaH. Inliilon of anr clfnlltto lournal, Yerma 13 a r: four roontha, f U Bow Bfall ncwaJiwioM. MUNN8Co.38'B'Mtfwi''NewYorl( Hrancn tlOloe. lis k mv.DiDgion, u. u. CURE YOURSELF f DBIIES Iff a lilt CI for unnatural aicnrft,innniuu5ii, irruiTioas or uicrraiiuui n.t i. utlcKri. of i'iucou mmDru rmnii i:iutn. ratnlMU, and nut utnn THttV:ilCilCUIUilC0, (rem or pouguoui. iLciHCmmTi, i ..a 1 r-'1 fl tu. . 1 i'hiUW. tl il'i' U ..Mil.. tu OJ m ruiu Vie 41 Fine Cattle Sale Nov. 10 and 11, AT- Prairie Park You will At this time he offered such nn opportunity to Bcotiro good onttle tut has seldom, if ever, been offered to anv people. 75 Head of Pure Bred Herefords and Short Horns. Every one. iiuroane from fever, yet carrying a lifn insur ance policy good until October 1, JOO.'l, Some 260 bead of good grade cattle (females) will also be offered , Everything Goes at Your 'Own Price, If you take any interest in the development of onr coun try, come out, whether yon wih to bay or not, and see what Iibh been and in being done for the live stock inter est. The agea of the pure bred rftVred in this sale make them specially desirable. The bulls Br nil comiuif 2's, nud the huifors principally V put, safe in calf or calf nt foot. Conveyance will meet nil trains at Cheootah. ou the Katy, and Illinois Station, ou the Missouri Pnoillu, Monday nrtn-n-inK, November 10, and return you Tuesday oveuinir. Novem ber 11, Write for catalogue or othor information you tnny desire to I CAMPBELL RUSSELL, I Bennett, L T. 'it l io. .'o iol. ft, io to', l' .o'. 1'cf. .'?. .5t .oi Save the All stomach duo to a single Kodol Is tho sweetens thoBtomacb. Kodol digests .11 . 1. a 1 111. , - . uu ui tuu iiuuiisiiiuuni, ncaitu una Surcngiu ii contains Cures Indication, Dyspepsia "Kodol Dyspopsla Curo I3 Just tho thing bolpams mora than ivnTtblntjri. ri unTthltiL-rtio In a Iodb Valley, N. Y. ed onfy by Ii 0. DeWltt k Otcar Klnir. Cberrr rroparcq 9ne Ulsotc CougD care pB,r.9rUo'.,oucL?''lremfU,v,,orcouh"'cod,-c,P' "k '"' vvujju vui v broBcUltli. grippe, tliroat ud lune troublei. It euro. ONE GOOD DESERVES Wbou you buy your groceries goods in tho market. TUB FLOUR W13 SELL All tho Breakfast Foods in eal crop. Wo sell mpre Roods, consequently we sell fresher goods than nny other store. Ask for what you want; it is here. FELKER, The Grocer. 1 The Mest Line . Old States J 1 Free Reclinind Parlor Cafo Cars I 1 Chair Cars Pullman Sleepers I I Ask th& nearest Cotton Belt Agent for rates and schedules or write H I V. II. WEEKS. D.H. HOKOAN. A. HOOVER. T. P. LITTLE. I Oca. Pais. A Tkl. Aft., Trar. Pait. AxU Tf it. Pan. All., Paitr. AtU Trltr.Tn. ft. tTtrlh, Tax. Wau.Tax. Carilcaaa, Tex. TAKE THE ARDMOREITE. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stock Farm 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Of 0 0 0 0 '.?r J fa $ .?t fx tl J ti .'J'. tfX t. fit iff. iff. i Ohildre and bowel troubles In child oradult nrc cause Indlccstlon. Flux, colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, dysentery and all complalntsof llko nature aro the rcsultof undigested foods fermenting In tho stomach. The only way to prevent fover and to cure such troubles without Injury to tho membranes lining tho stomach is to restore poncci tugesuon. fl sfsi 1 D,3sta fLf U M What Vou Eat new discovery which p.utm nil Rtnm.ich and bowel troubles by removing tho cause. This famous remedy Checks fermentation, rlrnnsoq. nnrHlrS .anil all classes of food and gives to tho body ... ..... and all Stomaoh Troubles for lypopla nnd stomach troublej. It hii sttndlns caso ot caUrrU of tho stomach." Co.. Chtcaet. Bold by nit dealers. TURN ANOTHER. from us we. will rrivo you the best hue no equal. yur houoo nro rnndo of th new cer PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LAWYERS. Stlllwcll II. IIubsoU Ilobt-'E. Leo It. W. Dick RUSSELL, DICK & LEE, Lawyers. Offlco In Noble llros.' building. W. A. Lodhottor. S. T. Ulodaoo. LBDBISTTKIl ft IJLRDSOK, Attornoys nt mvi. Offlce In Lodhetter & Bledsoe Build ing, Main street. JOHBPH P. MULLHN, ATTOBMHY AHD CotTWeMI.OH AT liAW Ociuiril Law a SrnoutTt, Ontrfll ltw firanlflla In lhaniiflH.nl IK. lAtlilR Turrllorrt IT. R. atlcipnmii flftn1vrh. tagtoui court o( olatnui conrt of npeli. ctiiuiu juuiomi aitinnii oiMBiiTe anpirt iMt.ui. oaio. Weil u!n alrael, dhi tat sunn ume .raaorn j.t. PHYSICIANS. DOCTOW R. D. NIOOPtK PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, OFFICES: In Noble Buildintf Tleitione: lletlilanoe It. OttleH 118. DR. J. W. SMITH. Physician and 3ur(jcon. Offlce In. Gorman Dulhllug. Offlce 'Phono G 3 lllng. Hesld nee 'Phone 14. Office houra It) to 12 a. in , 5 to 4 p. ni Special attention glvo to Ulaeaaea of Yomen and Children. .11 PHYSICIAN -,and SURGEON. (I'ormerljrnf nalnoavlllo, a.) l'or Kpvcr.il yonrs n spoclalUt on IPuvnrn nndCbronlo ntaonsos, esiicolnllr thono at Woman ami ChlUron. Ramovos I'ncUl lllcmlahes, Inotudlni; MoIpk. Won nnil Tu mom (irnnrantooil) without l'.iln or knife. Oltlco utiatnlrn In Whoolor bulliltnir. Mtitn St , ODPoalto Nohlu Did. ltoaldonco, II Ht. ami eth Ave. N. W. I. W. FOLSOM, M. D. n Does n Oenenil Pructico. Special Attention to Obstetrics, Diacfts- es of Women nnd Children. 31 Years Experience. Offlce OTorI)onnr ft Uonner'a drut atom, uuiou onono ia: roaionnco 120, J.W.Shackleford. Mrc.J.W.Shacldoford DRS. GHACKLEFORD, Osteopathic Phyalclanr Wo treat both Acuto and Chronic Dls cases, but mako a opocialty of chronic diseases and disomies of women. Phone 216. Offlce, 414 North Washington Street DR. J. F. SON, - Physician and Buroeon. Special Attention Given to Dltenroo of Women and Children. OfQco In Gorman Bulldlnc. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p.ra Offlco Phono io. 6. Residence Phono No. 132. Waller tUrdr. Haa.PUonalS. 4.O. MoHon Boa, l'bona 11. HAItDY & MoNEES, Phybiciakb and Bokoeonb. omeahonrat 10 to li a.m.. Ilo p.m.. and 8 to S d. m,t Bandaji. 10 to 11 a.m. ana Slot P. m. Offloe I'nona in. Offlce oyer BamaeT'i druir alora cornar Mala and Oaddo alreala. Dt. F. IP. VOT) HCcllci', OenlUt and Anrlat. Bpoolal attention glren to Barcerrand Dlaeaaea ot the BYB, GAR, NOSE AND THROAT, uiassca Accurately Mtted. Ofllos orer Donner & Donner'a DrocBtora uoomasanao. Aramore. I. T. rnonet neiiaenceii. umoe in Y. M. OnANOELLOIl 1'liyslcliin and Surgeon We mako dlaeaaea of women nml nhllitrnn and tcenorat operative aurKery a apeclalty. Healilence, O atroot nortboaat, aocond door norm n i aim avenuii: UUlco with Ardmoro Drug Co. Dtllco phono 80, residence phono 22S. DENTISTS. D It. A, U, ADAM B. DBNTIBT. Tbo Letost Improyomont for Orowi end IlrldRO Wort. Loo hi annathatloa admlnlatarsd lor tbi Dalnloaa aztritatlnD ol taatn. All -wait cuarantaed. 1'rloai to antl tb llmea. Oflloa orar rtaodol'a alora. Ardmora.I.T DR. WILLIAM S. PENHELL, DENTIST. Ofllco Moved from overrBonner Donner.to tho Noble Bros. BMd'g BANNER SALVE the most honPna salvo In tho wcrfd. WARNING ORDER. tn tho United States Court In tho In- dlnn Territory, Southern OlstrlcL Kmma 11. Mastcrson plaintiff vs. .TnmoB Maaterson defendant. No. G.33J. The defendant, Jnmoa MaBtorson, la warned to atienr In UiIb court In thir ty daya and nnawer the complaint of the plaintiff, lltuma 11. Mnatornon. Wltncaa Iloaea Townaend, judge of aald court and the aenl thereof this 4th day of October. 1902. (Seal) C. il. CAMPUHIX, Clorlc. A. ItBNNIIfi, Attorney 11. N. COFTUB, Atfy for Non-rea. lint puhlliUed Oct. S. Warning Order. In the United Stntea district court In tho Indian Territory, Southern dis trict: Mnry H. Halay plaintiff vs. John Ia Haley defendant No. 6t72. The defendant John L Haley 1b warned to nppwr In tide court In thir ty dnya an-1 anawur tho complaint of the plaintiff, Mary M. Haley. Wltneaa Hon. IleMa Townacr.l. Judge of the anld court and the aa1 thereof tbla 27th day nf June, 102. (Seal) C. il. dAMPDMU Olark. S. H. ltUTLmt, Atty Plaintiff. J. 8. MULLIEN, AttT Non-nos. Flnt lmhllsh-tl Sept. ill, 1902. Warning Order. In the United Statea Court In the In dian Territory, Southern district, ltetella C. Qreen, Plaintiff, vs.O. K. Green, Uofendant. No. 6338. The Defendant, 0. K. Qroon, Is warned to nppenr In this court In thirty days ad answor tho complaint of tho Plaintiff. Katolla C. Qroon. Witness Hon. Hosoa Townaend, Judge, tills 18th day of Soptombcr. 1002. C. M. CAJIPUELL. Glorh. (Sonl) J. S. Million, attorney. J. II. Mathers, nttornoy for non-res ident. Plrst published Sept. 10, 1002. The Ardmoreite Official Journal of the Chickasaw Stockmen's Association. Tvo Papers to A YEAR. The Facts in .the Case. When you rend n tlilnu vou like to feci that It'n tlio truth. Tho Dallua Bom I-Weekly News kIvos tlio facte In tno case Specially Edited If you'll rend tho News awhllo you'll llko it, it holds tho attention. It Is specially edited, tlmt'd why, HraliiH and not liap-lmznrd go into tho makeup of the A'cvva. Two Papers You Nood. You need tlio Ardmoreite because It's your local naner. It. elves a class of nows you can't eetelsewhere. P0" n,?cl News because It Rlvcs Arumoroito ana no Boml-wcekly News ono year for only 11.50, cash In advance lloth papers arc nroinntly atonncd at the expiration of time paid for. You Need Blanhs The Ardmoreite keeps on band quantities of the following blanks MORTGAGES, HILLS OP SALE, QUIT CL1IM DEEDS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS,! AFFIDAVITS. DEEDS OF TKUST, PI100FS OF SIGNATURE, PROTEST RLANKS. MINERAL LEASE, RENTAL CONTRACTS and NOTES. You can buy them cheaper than you can afford to write them. Address THE ARDMOREITE. 1. 30 KIDNEY DISEASES U .' , hi tBassaasBaaBaaaasssBasBaa are the most fatal of all dis eases. I FOLEY'S SAwl . t.m or monev refunded. Contains & remedies recognized by tnd' ' uent physicians as the pest tot KidntV trouble. PRICK 50c lad 1.C. rise In price." lixcuaugc.