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WHISKY AND THE INDIAN.
mposslble to Make the Indian Con fess Where He Buys Whisky. This story l toiii by the Lawton Ten1e: ' Th talne which proves moat con-siio-tTPly that th India Is of superi or Intelligence Is that he understands n VP how to no sabb" at eaactly U light t'-.i". If vrm irM Ma ot aipon th- i' a! le anl v ant t know Mow far It is to am h and seen a place 4tc chances are. if hi- doesn't know .yo. i. will "no sabby " If you ask stum ! take a drink with you there la m probability that the stupid look up on hi fare IH be cleft red St oftcf Jom to show how unutterably toi nn Indian can be when be make p his mind and will be worth whllp to Zril .: the one arrested Sunday night ate druakvnnosa. His name Is Tom "no got noose other name. Whit.- mti he take Indian name away. May so pretty soon white man going aJ mn ke Tommy. Th-n Indian he k1 to name at all." -Hut ho gave on the whisky!" "No itabliy." -iMfi white BAA fire it to your Maybe SB," Whi' n imT No nabliy." in in- aftfnoon a number of Indians nnn in their gay coloied shirts to iiiire headquarter and stooil to pay the fine of the one who lying In his cell. Commissioner jMin Htrauss, who has an intimate !owlHige of Indlaim' ways, was call d in to see what might lie done to indue- Tommy to confess where h bought the whisky. Mr. Strauss not nlT tried to bring about the desired ' mjnlti but he solicited the aid of .he Indians in the outer office. They came In and talked In a serf tone to their erring brother, tell . lilni in English that he ought to . f-KH If he would do that lie would be u in-rated. The Indian within sp an ar.il greatly affected. lie would mnfm now. It was right that he Amitd White man lie meant to do fffxfcl by Indian. It was somewhat to thai xtmilfUance that the penitent lie- nn If It hadn't been so dark within .yini would almost have imagined tha 5ie wai about to shed tears. He sure ty didn't know to decide anylMHly; he i -it hut ready to confess every- And this Is the way he did It: "May eW mi i buy whisky; maybe so while trwu eii whisky to Tommy; maybe Tommy find whisky. Anyhow. Tpiumy get pretty il drunk." A Typical South African Store. O It. Larson of Boy Villa. Sundays rtir, uapo uoiony. conducts a store tjrfrfcat of South Africa at which can e percussed anything from the prov rtrtaJ "medio tj an anchor." This store situated In a valley nino miles from nearest railway station and about tw nty-fire miles from the nearest Mr. Larron says: "I am fn w. .l wltli th.i custom of farmers srt:i a radius of thirty miles, t wiy if whom I have supp'leil Chan1 erlAlu's remedies. All te:lfy to their wmlue In a household where n doctor's ad foe Is nlmost out of the question. WtUBn on mile of my store the pop aOnUotf i perhaps sixty. Of these wBfcln the iiaat twelve mot tag no les tfeaa fourteen have been absolutely cwed by Chamberlain's C..uah reme dy. This must surely be a rocord." fcr sole by City Drug Sto-c nnd F. J. Mnnwej.- U"n nerhnps a good thing that there xro no mirrors in which wo can see AinwlvoB as others soe us. Natural Anxlet. Mothers regard npproacnlag winter vrltli unonslnoss. children take cold so aIly. No disease costs inoro llttlo IItch than croup. It's attack is so sud den that tho fltiffcror is olten beyond fmntan eJd beforo tho doctor arrives bch cases ylold readily to Ono Min ute Cough Curo. Liquifies the mu ftis, allays Inflammation, romovos ieanw, Absolutoly safo. Acts lmme Sately. Curoa coughs, colds, grip, roscJiItIs, all throat and lung trou CiIeM. F. S. McMabon, Hampton, da.: A bad cold rondorcd tne volcolosa Just iMtfore an oratorical contosi. I Intend 1 to withdraw hut took Ono Mlnulo Cure. It restored try volco In Uase to win the modal." City Drug There are not as good fish In the as some jieople say they have IWcver Ask Advice. Wen yw have a conch or cold wu t ask what is good for it and get ? medicine with little or no merit ysrhapa dangerous. Ask for Fo- TuJLPT'V ,an'1 T,r- tae ireatosl 2lnd luuB remedy, it euros oW and oolds quickly. Sold by Vmtautr & nonner. When lime relegates an ugly piece of furniture to the antique cIbbs peo ple xa.vo over Its beauty. Talto. your cholco of those four -standard. makes of wagons: Tho Daln, Tho Sprlnsfleld, Tito Otflrlcn, Tfao James &,araham, , fcSoId. only by.-Spraglns & Co. "Thoro -was only ono Potor tho Great which goes to show that history Alnosn't necessarily re-Peat Jtsolf. CONVICTS ON TRIAL. Cases of the Leavenworth Mutineers Have Deen Called. Leavenworth. Kan.. Oct. 15. The terra of the United States district court was opened in this city yester day and will prove to be one of the most Important sessions ever held here. Judge W .C. Hook Is presiding. On Its docket are five cases In which ch of the defendants ar charged with murder in the drat degree. In cluding conspiracy and mutiny These are th five prisoners of the Federal penitentiary, indicted by the grand Jury for the mutiny In that In Htuflon on November 7. I Ml, caus ing t:e death of Qnard WaJdrup. I. mien linker and John H. Atwood have been appointed by the court to defend the prisoners. It is under stood their 'otinc!l will make a strong flght for the mnn. demanding a separ ate trial in each case. Tne term of It'ibon Mullen. of the defendants, expln o October 21, and Is to be place J iiiHt on trial. Mullen, while not one of the original ringleaders In Incltli the mutiny, took a conspicuous pa:: In directing the other prisoners. He handled one r the shotguns captured from the guard tower, and evidence is In tha hands of the ioernment that he Bred at Qnard Waidrup and brought about his death. Should the government succeed In touring a conviction, and the court intence the man to be hanged, the execution would take place In the Leavenworth county Jail yard, under the direction of the United States marshal. Spent More than $1,000. W. W. Bake.- of Plalnvlew, Neb., writes: "My wife mi Here J from lung trouble for fifteen years. She tried a number of doctors and spent over t,gw without tellef. She I ecame very low and last all hone. A friend recom mended Foley's Honey and Tar and. thanks to this great remedy. It saved ber life. She enjoys better health than she has known for ten years." Keruse substitutes. Sold by oonner & Uonner. RUCH SPRINGS. Special Correspondence. Hush, Springs, I. T., Oct. 16. Ex cellent weather prevails ami farmers are hustling late and early. Both gins are kept busy most all the time. At present we have two cotton buy ers, Messrs. Wx and Hendrlx. C. W. nirchnrd .our harness man, is moving' to CemsnL 0. T where he will assume business In the same line. Mrs. Mercer arrived here last night from Gainesville, Texas, visiting her daughter. Mrs. Sluder, who it sick. Itobert Cameron Is reported sick with fever. Mrs. wynn and daughters. Misses Callle and Ida, from Oklahoma, were shopping In town this week. C. J. Corm aw. revenue collector from Orand Kaplds, Mich., was in town today. Mra. Ie has accented a position as clerk in the dry goods store of Arthur Smith. The dance laat night was well at tended. All report a nice time. Our school is progress) nx nicely. with 160 In attendance. No danger Of OOtlSlirr nttnn If vni. Use Foley's Honav nmi Tsr In mn that stubborn cough. Sold by Ilonner uunncr. Are We Shipping In Cholera. Washington, Oct. IS. Tho army medical officers say thero Is little rtanger of tho bringing of cholora to this country by the army transports from Manila. The Shorman. which arrived at San Francisco last Thurs day, reported that she had seven cas es of cholera since loavlnc M&niin This fact gave rlso to nn apprehen sion that tho disease might still have been netlvo aboard shin whan I ha Sherman arrived at San Francisco. nut burgeon General O'ltellly, after carefully looking over the ilntoa tn. ed that the last case had occurred twenty-one days beforo tho trtinirwirt arrived at San Francisco. Aa the pe riod of Incubation of cholera Is only me oays, the dlaease must bnv .iu.i out long before the shin arrived in quarantine. x, .... The Wort For"i- Multitudes nro eln.lnn .v. , pf Kodol, the new dlsoovory which IS maklne mn manv al.t, ....i . . j vtn i-vuiJiu wen .... wv, uy cleansing and sweet enlng the stomach and by transform ing ihelr fool Into tho kind of pure rich red blood that makes you feel good all over. Mrs. Cranflll of Troy, J. I., writes: For n number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspopsla, which grow Into tho worst form. Finnllv I u- in,i,.i ... Kodol and aftor tislng four bottlos I am onUroiy curod. I heartily recom mond Kodol to all BUfTc-rori from Indl gostlon and dyspepsia. Tako a dose Fools never attempt to take ra r their hoalllt until nftor It Is gone. A duck never makes hi these cool mornings when nt him with ono of our guns. WILLIAMS, COnHN & CO. A TEXAS WONDER. HALL'S QREAT DISCOVERY. On small bottle of Hall's Oreat ticovery cares all kidney an J blad der troubles, removes gravel, curto '.abetes, seminal emlssloo, wik ad lame back, rhoumatlsm and (01 -regularitlaa of tho kidneys and iladder in both women and men. regulates bladder trouble In children, f not told b7 yonr drngeifit, will be wot by mil on receipt ot L One mall bottle is two month's treatmont viid will curt any cause above men .fjned. DIL TJ. W. HALh tole manufacturer, SL Louts, Mo., for merly of Waco, Texas, old by all druggist and V?. B. Tame, Ardmors, I. T. READ THI8. rieburne, Teww, Oct 10. 101. Thin Is to certify that I have used the Teaas Wonder, Hall's Oroat Discov ery, for kidney trouble. tt my ctj'e Fattsfartlon and can recommer J it to rny one suffering from the same. Yours truly. A. C. LONG. C strayed 10 Reward. I will pay 110 for the return, to me. of one bay mare, 4 years old, 154 hands high, tno brand, has a little white on each hind foot, small white spot on up-.rrr lip. J. L. PRI180NS. 5-10t Darwyn, I. T. We are willing to risk our reputa tion as merchants on the wear of the Moon Bros', buggies. None better, few. If any, as good. NOBLE BROS. BEST PASSENGER SSnVUfc IN- TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 MO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS Superb Pullman Vestisuleo sleepers, Uudsome Reclining Chair Pari (SCATS FRED LL THROUGH TRAINS. B WITH fast moralr.jr s.w trains to St. Louis and nv 3 WITH Pnllman Sleeper i back SoarrittacntCuCA.: -. (without obance) to Ko. ., daily. O .SEWITH kawdsorae new rr-' c . s throutrh (wfuiout onuuti otU to St. Loula, Memphis ondKl P:.uo. ONLY LINE WITHasavinarof 12hou. to Callfornin. ONLY LINB WITH Tourist mcn. Oars, seml-wewkly, throv.f.h ;wi. cbanyo! to San Francisco. ' SK FOR SCHEDULES OF CUR IUCOC.-. ilU.i.E TR..:..u, "CANNON BALE. AND c-NSpSST EXPRESS5 t. P. TJRNiTR. OPCLP Tit. HASNS: Are oporatod by tho Dctwoen TEXAS And tho North and East Betwoen SIRM1NGIIAA1, MEA1PIIIS, And the North and West Between OKLAHOMA , And tho orth and East iLtervitlcn cafe cars, under tho Tcracnt of Fred Han-ey. Hquip ' of the latent 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. FRANK BERRYHIJLJL, THE: TIINJPsiEIR. ca ca CO to 5 ca SOUTH OF ELECTRIC LIQIIT KSBfBKKSBHOit' .jHjlaaaBlaaaB . lOirii or tlcl tftlnlni: ichool. iii(lie .nd cd t. :( )n eTery itetmrtaioat nlcet tekooi b- Biiiltn jer. 1). pi'tt' niitr'i nl t lehoo' without xtra OUM luinuyii nnr nniinor ik lor Ni. Tkratioo. Pntillr out ni-r oij crtiitidl; btr Ml. .- Ttet Tt t-ivb eaicieuoj nrirrrDCIil-AD) UNDK or DUtlnO.I Srffl IB -tlocie iildruM O. P. SKLVli'OK A. .. )T-I1hc. nelneiTlllR. Toxa. Watcli for tile It's time f.r tbem tom.'':e their aonttal visit rontb, and that means it's al time that you have Korkl new ttove in your r n, and be Drtjiaml for the cold weather. Cot M orniugi and evenings without a little fire are rl , get-ous to health. We have a er of u-r atorea. AmoaKtbem you can find anythbc yon want. ft have opt the price to the quirk to begin with, and invite you to viit owr atore. Williams, mm & GO, The Hardware Men. 4--W-4--l----M- - M - 4 - 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 5- burreys. Heinz's Buggie Surreys, Road Wagons, Houses at Stanhopes. Our Wagons represent the Bain, r O'Brien, STEVENS, KENNERLY & sPringfieid. I t-v- - r Jit P.hoUiivi 0DDAPI8J0 Pn ornAulllo UUi oa GO na -c C3 B3 CO 11 PLAVT, ARDHORE, IND. TIJR. uciftiifrfl inotrrblp. h(.rJ lit to ItXM my time. Kyitj papll In plio3 oa hi uMIHy wil' iwro it. Tfcoroasb tralatsK Is t t X 4 i (jsese, - vv - r4"l"!"i"i" - - 5": - - :"f - f"l" - J' Arclmore Wyn'ewood Marietta Gainesville o .,ciiiiii oih's pAnt. C7ZZ Driving a Bargain RAILROAD EXCURSION R Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe. cial tin GAINESVILLE, TEXAS Street Fair, Oct. 14 to 18. inclo. l. wil The O. C. & S. F. railway , sell round trip tickets tu Gat iter MBit vllle for $1.30, limited one from date of sole. On Oft. n for special train only, l, Purcoll at C o'clock a. m. MILWAUKEE. the harl lp t rest r. J 1.. li Annual convention 01 me Natl" ullt v. .... v.... .i.ur.t.i 0 iVBCQt tlon at Vlllwatikse Oct. 20-24, y On O cLIO the O. C, & s. p. , loo ' Inlay sell round trip tickets in mi. .i'n ukAn fn, n f.M 11 . i . . .tarrl """""" "Uiura rj 27. I 11 tlHICAGO. Jhb' International LIrestock Mxj tlon. Or. .Vorember P and il 1 tlie Gulf, Colorado and Santa D sell rottnd trip tickets to ChltJ"'' for it' AO, limited De. t mb r hK0(1 KANSAS CITY. jpu: American 1 loyal Catt'" an.; Sjfff0'' Show at Kansas City, Mu., 0& ber' 20 X5. On Octobe. 19 aud the Gulf, Colorado or 1 Santa ' will noli round trip UcKots $13.60, limited Octolvs. 27. NEW ORLEANS. LA. Annual meeting American Bal ers' association, New Orleans, Not. 11 to 18. On Nov. 7, 8, iuo . j. tc a. r. rauwny lj sell tickets to New Orleans, and return for $19.6C. limited tf days from date of sale. OMAHA, NED. National Encampment Christ! Cburcb, Omaha, Neb. On 0 14 and IB tho Gulf, Colorado Santa Fo will sell round tlckots to Omaha, Nob for fare. Limit? to OcL 26. W. A. DASHIELLJ Ipci: C. O. & G. Special Rate. Tro MILWAUKEE. Tve Annual convention of the Natlotgnl Creamery Outtermakers Assocfflii tlon at Milwaukee Oct. 20-2?, I3f? f The C. O. & G. will sell round Wtto tickets to Milwaukee for one fuui t Dates of sale Oct. 19, limited 0ejtt 27. to On Wednesdays and Saturdays Uocli C. 0. & G. will sell round trip tlt!Ot ets for ono faro plus J2.00 to sumorec) tourist points in Alabama, Georgiy Kentucky, Missouri, North Carollnfth South Carolina, Tennessee and Vlfn giala. Limited sixty days. fri) Special summer excursion rates tnsi northern and oastorn resorts. Oii' fare plus $! for the round trip. On W. A. DASHIELL. le Ticket Agenjtl : : . . lo. ine man wno mKet useru. tarrii flrM Is anla tn itliiunao !) icr...al ones. 3d WARNING ORDER. I In the United States court In tho Irv dlan Territory, Southern district Chas. Plemlns, plaintiff, vs. Bottlis Fiemliir ilrpnilant Vn R 1 The defendant Bettie Fleralnc; warned to appear In this court In tht tr dan and answer the comnlalnt plaintiff Chas. Fleming. ?' Witness Hon. Hosea TownscuJ1 judge of said court nnd tho seal thcrf of this 10th day or October, 1902. V (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, f Clork. H. C. POTTERF. Attorney. S1 S. II .DUTLER, Atty for Non-Res ! First published OcL 10, 1902. 3 Foley's Honey and Ta$ cures colds, prevents pncumoalJtn Tho biggest stoves in the city at WILLIAMS, COUHN & CO'S. $25 REWARD WE will pay 25 roward for tbo arrest and conviction of any party or partlos nettloK within a rndlu3 of 25 miles of jiruuiurc. IL P. PRRXmLKY, Pres. Rod nnd Gun Olub, Hotel Hampton pfi5 vffT Opponllo T3spot Rates, $2 per Day Special attention to the traveling public. ., Nowly renovated. Double sftmpio room. .. Bath in connection, free to transient guests. Hannsville LiveryStablc Keeps good teams and rigs, careful drivrs. Come here to get your team for any sec tion of this country. A. J. BURD1TT. i