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QROWINK TOWN OF SPRINGER.
New Life Infused Splendid Opportun ities Offered the Investor. To tho Ardmoflte: Springer, I. T., Oct. 25. It ! not my donlro to wantonly consume your time, not merely to assist you In filling space In your columns, Imt to direct your nt tontlon nntl that of your rendero to Uie rants of our little town, tlmt I write you. Our llttlo vlllngo Is mado up of ntmut 400 or GOO souls, dependent upon nn JuBtifllclont number of commercial enterprises ,otc, to cater to their wants and that of tho transients. Wo are lo cated directly at tho baso of tho Ar buckle mountains, In tho most plctttr osnuo and fortllo portion of the Chicka saw Nation, and thoro Is enough land laid wasto each year to support many families comfortably. And It Is n wlf ovldont fact that our people and that of tho liomo-aeokerfl from afar have takon sorao notice of our country and Its many possibilities. IJut on nccount of tho fow and Incomploto mercantile establishments, etc., so necessary to a community, tho prospectors pass us up, and our own people worn to become somowhat dUcourngod therefrom. Our pcoplo, on masse, have nwakened from tholr long lethargic slumber to the stern fact that wo aro a portion of the 11. I. T. and that we do not wish to be tho last In tho raco of progression. Wo need rind want dry goods and grocory storos, and a first-class drug Htoro nnd a physician is badly needed and carnostly doslrod. Thero Is a nplcndld opportunity for both. A gen oral line of hardware and Implement would do well In our town. A good hotel would enjoy lucrative) patronage Kvon the loquacious barber Is badly needed nnd greatly doslrod. As Just mentioned, our people have CALL TOR MA8S MEETING CITY GOVERNMENT. SECRETS At tho 1'rlcs of Huflirii. H'Am,n m hr war latpfflf-lnvftli.llim Cimd br pffnalur lufftrt much pain and terror. lhT remain In th. dirk tn th true riutt motrieritcNHi. Mother'. HriendtaWatrmdoctor'a plat at hrr al., and tho hit no caut (or on Intervt-. . bha li her own doctor, and her modrit r It t" ti-rtrd. IJalljr application nver in. region . i nn brnit and above the abdomen, throughout rre. nincr, will anabta her tu undergo the insik of f Million la a chmflul mood and icit at bed. Mother's Friend ( a I.lnlment, and (or eitemal uaa only. It li odorless and will not iuin women . rrcur finjert. It wonld InOeed b ihamnlul II tho aacrlfkeof mudetrve'n""fy K"..1"' uc rettlul litua ol healthy children. All women 3 bout to becmn mother need send only to a rug-itor-and for 11.00 tecura tha prlte child birth remedy-. . .... . . fit. Sweet motherly anticipation and healthy hablea ara the result of tha usa of Mother's Oar took "Motherhood" mailed free. AU women should have It. THE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, GA. w Look Out for Fevrr DlllIousncsB and llvor dlsordors nt this bolboii may bo nroventcd by cleans Ing tho system with DeW.ltfs Llttlo Early Itlsors. Thoso fnmous llttlo pills ir nnl itrlna rrliav Innvn Din linwnla bogun to realise that we are In the raco BOntly, but copiously, by joason of the nnu no not wish to unng up uie rear, tonic properties glvo tono ana strongtu nnd nro so demonstrating the fact. We have Just completed a nice school house nnd have secured the services of ti verv competent master. We are furnished annually with the ablest re ligious Instructors, and splendid S'. i- day schools are held every Sabbath. Our ntaple are building nice, sub' stantla! homes since platting of our 1U tlo town, and within the next few wooks there will lie live new houses of no moan dimensions under construc tion. And last but not least, we have tho host equipped glu plant within the wholo country, with nulllclcnt capacity to satisfy the 'armors within n radius of many miles. Also n sulllcleut amount of capital to purchaso all tho cotton brought to thorn nnd pay Ardmore price for same. Realizing that your paper Is tho most wldoly read of any In tho TorrI tory, wo oornostly ask that you pub llsh thlH, that tho public may direct their nttontlon to us nnd conio and sou us. Thnnklng you In ndvanco for this fa vor, wo aro, Vory truly yours, CITIZENS OP Sl'ltlNOKn, 1. T. to the glands. City Drug Storo. The Mollne wagon gives perfect ser vice. Sold only by NOBLE QIIOS If a man is In love his Intentions are aa serious as his Intentions nre rid leu lous. HI nee you must have n itovo, wlv ru l.va tao test? That's tho Buck stove, sold by NOBLE BROS, Just nt long as people use buggies, so long will tho Whltn Elephant bug gy lend all othors. WILLIAMS, COnHNt fc CO. NOTICE OF SALE. Notlco Is horoby given that I, as trustee of the bankrupt ostate of Loo Maya & Co., of Troy, I. T., acting un dor ordor of court, will offer for salo to tho highest blddor for cash tho as Of the People of the Chickasaw Nation to Discuss Political Conditions. I .net Wednesday the Ardmorelte announced the fact tlint Mayor R. W. Dick had called a convention of the pi-oplo ,to meet at Ardmore on the limit day of November, to suggest ways and means whereby the people of the Indian Tofrltory might be rep resented by a delegate to congrese. Today wo publish tho cnll In full: Ardmoro. I. T Oct. 22, 1002. To tho People of the Chickasaw Na tion: Tho congrosa of tho United States will oasoniblo In December next and among tho enrllast legislation to bo enacted will bo what Is known aB the Torrltory omnibus bill In which tho peoplo of tho Chlcknsaw Nation and tho Indian Torrltory as a wholo have n direct and tromondous Interest In. It being Important to thoni that unit ed action bo takon ,nnd to accomplish this It Is deemed ndvlsablo that tho peoplo of the Chickasaw Nation assem bio In a representative capacity at Bomo convenient plnco nnd thoro por- feet n pormanont organization to tho end that tho pressing necessities of tho peoplo ns a wholo of tho Indian Torrltory bo proeont" beforo con gross. From different sections of tho Chickasaw Nation has been mado known the doslro that tho undersigned In hta official capacity Issuo a call to tho peoplo requesting that they meet and tnko such actions In tho premises as will, In their Judgmont, best promoto tho intorest of nil tho peoplo In tho Indian Territory, and tho result of their conference will be submitted for tho consideration of llko nssemblloB of tho people of oth or nations In the Indian Territory In the hopo that unity of action upon tho part of nil will be presented to congrev truly oxplnlnlng the legls lation required. We have In the Indian Territory a population of 460,000, composed of people of all sections of our common country, and who nre In every way typical leprefiOntatives of the charac ter, energy, Industry and culture of those of tho states, in fact a people who have by their progressive pusl converted this undeveloped country Into marvelous conditions of thrift and prosperity, nnd tho ono thing nootlod that will put them nbreast with tho states Is appropriate action on the part of congress. Wo nro on titled to It. We havo the necessary population that calls for It and conditions that requlro It, with tlonal wealth unoqualed by any section of tho Union It Is the opinion of our peoplo In this section that a concert of action bo had and with no deslro to R. W. Dick Mayor J. II. Mathors City Attorney John L. Uult Police Judge Q. II. Druco City Clerk T. N. Coleman Treasurer W. H. Roberts. Assessor and Collector D. II. Booker Chief of Police Dob McUee City Scavenger A BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP FRE'i Aldermen. First Ward J. W. Oollcngc, J. McCharcn. Second Ward J. S. Mullen, I. Dost Third Ward C. L. Byrne, W. Kendall. Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner, A. Young. S. R. C. O. ii 10 till Committees. Finance C. L. Byrno, chalrmau; A. C. Young, J. S. Mullen. Street and Alloy I. R. Best, chair man; C. L. Byrne, W. T. Gardner, J. S. McCharen. Pollse C. Kendall, chairman; I. R. Best, J. S. McCharcn. Fire W. T. Gardner, chairman; J. W. Gollcdgo, J. S. Mullen. Waterworks A. C. Young, chilr- men; J. S. Mullen, C. L. Byrne. Ordinance J. S. Mullen, chairman; J. W. Gollcdge, W. C. Kendall. Cemetery J. W. Gollcdgo, cLair- man; W. T. Gardner, I. R. Best. Sanitary J. S. McCharen, chair man; J. S .Mullen, W. C. Kendall, A. C. Young. Board of Health. Dr. J. W. Moffctt, city physician; Drs. S. S. Carr, J. W. Smith, Walter Hardy; Mayor R. W. Dick fta "There is a tide In the r.Heturs of rr.en, which, taken at th' , c to fortune." We are going to make this year tho turning i on i t of lomo energetic, bright, hustling boy or girl. You well umiMs'm i ioi- todny the real man Is the man of business, and you know, too, tlm; . . ,,"' nvorv linn of honest work In the world is onun to women. Tin. ,iiv...P' ram a few years ago! Now, hore Is a plan that will place nt your cb nand a tlrst-clase business education, fit you for earning a good salary oquip you ior mo succesnuu management oi any uusiuess enterprise. A it is 0 simple, so easy, anu sucn picasani ompioymoni mat no young ut or lndy can afford to lot It pass. To tho porson sending us the largest f of nnnual subfcilbers to tho Weekly Ardmoroltc by tho 1st dny of Deccrii, bcr, 1002, wo will send a paid up scholarship In tho Southwestern Rusln University of Oklahoma City. This college hap been established for a nujul bcr of years and has ovcry equipment nccessar to Impart a thorough In ncss education. Its teachers aro men of training In their various linos work and you aro given your choice of book-keeping and banking or st ogrnphy. Theso courses Include thorough training in penmanship, spoil! letter writing and English. Do not hesitate; onter tho contest today. Sco your friends. Many of thjn: who aro reading tho paper now will renew for a year. Another fenturo of tho contest is, you got good pay for ovcry houT" work whllo earning tho scholarship. Wo will glvo you 15 contB for ova annual subscriber, or In other words, for every subscriber you remit us i " corns, ana Keep mo iu cents 10 pay you iur your umo. sampio copies Ui be furnlshod you. Be the first in your town or neighborhood to tako up t r work. Surely you enn send In as many as twenty subscribers. Fill dm this blank tonight and mail it to us. ; nn THE ARDMOREITE, Ardmore, I. T. I doslro to cntor the contost for th scholarship in tho Southwestir BusInosB University at Oklahoma City Pleaso send mo samplo copies an t tho necossa'ry blanks for sending In names and making remittances, o Yours very truly, y ly (Name) c , (Postofflce) .'(, c Forty Years Torture. To bo rolloved from a torturing dls enso after 40 years of torture might woll causo the gratitude of any one. Th&t Is what DoWltt's Witch Hazol Salve did for C. Hanoy, Gonovai O He says; "DeWltfs Witch Hnzol Salve cured me of plies ofter I had suffered 40 years." Cures ruts, burns, wounds, skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits. City Drug Store. Foley's Honey and Tar euros colds, prevents pneumonia. PRACTICAL ii hi mill. IB. MSflOlD 000 Vb An iii ic a fo E PRINTING re- The demands now sots of said bankrupts nt Troy, Indian Lnto to thomselves power to convene being made Oil THE Torrltory, on baturdny rsovemoer 1. 1 tlio people of tho Territory ns a whole. ARDMORFITF for innn i. ii.n i. r - r i ... - i - - - - - jyu., uuiwmm mu iiuuio ui . " jthoy have, ns rosldonts of tho Chlcka , . .. , and 2 p. m., in front of storo houso Law Nnti0n, concluded to como to- JOD P Tinting 5 riaS in- rormony occupiou uy saiu uanKrupis. goUlcr( trusting that similar meetings QUCeC. US tO maKe a 1110 assets COnBlBl OI a SIOCK Ol mor- n tho othnr Nntlons will ho hold, or i -a j. J. chandlso InvolcInK $1510.31. about . ,.. wni e n.i. PJ Utfpdrillieill a. ' " I . I J wisdom for the benefit of aii. orinejoD priming Tea- In consideration of tho foregoing, tU re Of OUT plant, and ami In compliance with the wishes make J4- distinct from ui ti iuiku iiiiuiuui tu iiuumu ui iiiu Chickasaw Nation, urgontly supple mented by tho Chamber of Commerce of tho city of Ardmoro, I, R. W. Dick, Have you seen us? We are the new people. Just Moved iu Opposite the Opera Home. We are rein. Furniture, Heating and Cooking Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, Dishes, I1, Enameled Ware, t and all kinds of household goods,)! White Ball Benriup Easy Running Noissless SewiiiK Mnchines, Mdu X lUlUlb, AJIIUJUO, UUUlllS, 1UUUUUIIUB, uw. We ExchauRe New Goods for Old, nnd Repair any Make of Stove Promptly. Also Ouns nnd Bicycles. Wo nro Overstocked on Secoud Hand Heaters, Newly Repaired Better Than New. We havo been in the Stove Repair Business 19 Years, and oau tell you the Best Makes. A Thousand Other Things too Numerous to Men tion. No Harm to Get Our Prices. 303 $100 or $500 of notes and accounts, nnd a store houso located in Troy, I. T, J. W. FAULKNER, Trustee, Madlll, I. T, First published Oc 20, 1002. How's This. Wo offer ono hundred dollars ward for any caso of catarrh that can not ho cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, F. J, CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O. Wo, tho undersigned, havo known F. J. Chonoy for tho past flftoon years and bollova him porfcctly honornblo in nil business trnnsnctlonn nnd flnan' dally ablo to carry out any obligations mado by tholr firm. WEST & TRUAX, Wholosalo druggists, Toledo, O. WARDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholosale druggists, Toledo. O, Hall's Catarrh Curo la taken Intor nally, noting directly upon the bloo-1 TostlmoS SenoVVri 0f "P""'0" dele bottle, bold oy nil druggists. Hall's Family Pills are the beet. the news department. DR. KING'S TRY NW N I VrhT mm 9 w mm v w w mm mm m FOR THAT COLD. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Cures Consumption,Coughs, Uolds, iironchifcis, Asthma, This has t ien ac- ' complished by plac- wnen rortune negins to smile on noma men they think it Is up to them to Kit down and bask In the smile. risv, LaG rippo. Hoarseness, n,ld one nitarnate be soiecteti bore Throat, Uroup Qiid WJiooping (Jough. NO CURE. NO PAY. vnc COc. and $ 1 . TRIAL DOTTLES FtlCE. "Wateh the Kldneyo. "When they are nfTectea life In In danger," says Dr. Abernothy, tho great unglish physician. Foloy's KIdnoy Curo rnakos sound kldneyo. Sold by iionnor & lionner. Nothing is more distressing than young men trying to act old or old mon trying to act young. Bronchitis for Twenty Years. Mrs. Mlncrvn Smith of Dnnnvlllo 111., wrltos: "I had bronchitis for twenty years and never got relief until I uBed Foloy's Honey nnd Tar, wnian u n sure cure." contains no oplntes. Sold by Ronnor & Bo'nnor. After blowing In his substance tho foolish youth visits the pawnshop for tho purpose of raising tho wind. To make your homo complete and your kitchen noat and comfortablo you need only a Garland stove. J. R .SPRAGINS & CO. Many an octogenarian can nttrlbuto his longevity to tho fact that ho never called nnothor man a liar. No danger oi consumption it you uso Foley's Honoy and Tar to cure that stubborn cough. Sold by Bonner & Bonner. You'll find everything In hardwarj and tinware at NODI.E BROS ELECTBSBC Lift SITE TRAINS Are operated by tho as mayor of tho city of Ardmoro, Is sue this mil nnd remind! Hint the nnn pie of the Chickasaw Nation will hold ing B. C. LogSdon, a meeting nt tho city of Ardmoro on formerlv leSSee Of th In order not to have u bodv unwloldlv. l ew riII,UI,fi riani I thorefore respectfully suggost ns a in Charge OT OUrj JOD printing You will now get one additional dolognte and alternate the best Of WOrk,rand get it promptly when you place your orders with The Ardmoreitc. from each postofllce In tho Chlcknsaw Nation, regardless of population, nnd Dotweert TEXAS And the North and East Between BIRAUNGIIAAl, AIEAIPHIS, And the North and West! Uctweerv OKLAHOMA Anct (hft North and East Observation cafe cars, under tho management of Fred Harvey. Equip- meat of tha latest and best design. for every 600 Inhabitants or major portion I'' "roof to be selected by a mass meeting to be held nt such post- ofllcee on or before Saturday, Novem ber 8, l02. All those Interested from other Nations nre also cordially Invited to attend and participate It Is the object of this mass meet ing that the delegates when assem bled will tako such action in tho prem ises ns In their Judgmont should be presented to congress in tho hopo that from its wisdom will como good to nil of the poople of tho Indian Ter ritory. Invitations to Hon. J. W. Balloy and Hon. John H. Stophons of Texas and Hon. John S. Llttlo of Arkansas and othor prominent national legislators will bo oxtondod urging tholr prcsenco to address the poople on that occa sion. R. W. DICK, Mayor of tho City of Ardmore. 'Phone No. 5 and a a a representative win call at your place of business. ARDMOREITE KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fata! of all dis eases. CHI EWC KIDNEY CURE l! 8 BULL I O GuaraGtesd Reined Danger In Fall Colds. Fall colds aro liablo to bang on all I winter, leaving tho seeds of pneumo nla, bronchitis or consumption. Fo lnv'a ITnnnv nnd 'Pfiw nrnvta rtiilnl'lir and prevents serious results, it is old or money refunded. Contains ""abI0i.t;iod nnd.t.c!5te.d:.!I!.f,i remedies recoenlzed by emf Iuuu ui, tuuiuiuB uu uptuu'a UUU Will I f , J. t not constipate Sold by Bonner & nent physicians as the DCSt tOf lionner. KMnrv anH KlsHMr ttvtffbles. I -f 1 1 J aa ft a viaws-ww Wo aro willing to rlok our renuta- Yiaas. 50c and i.uu. tlcn as merchants on tho wear of the Moon Bros', buggies. Nono better, Foey'S Hotiey and Tar row, ii any, as goou. jstuul.is uuus. cures colas, prevents pneumonia. Main Street. THE PLAGE: Telephone No. l(j! Furniture HALL S H1LLIS. Sttt aliens w mm qhuk i Hires None but First-class Mechanics. Uses only the Best Grades of Material, and Always Turns Out First-class Work. ii We Do All Kinds of Buggy Repairing, Blacksmithing, Woe work Painting, Top Trimming and Sto Aprons. Horseshoeing the Best, Rub! Tire Work a Specialty, Get Our Prices which Are the same to All. D. E. Allei A I OA ob&i lurb.praotlcaltralnlnif ichool. complotonnilnu to date In every depri u nlKM aobool tbe entire year. Ilnr pnplla attend ntcM aohool wltnouj Tnltinn 17.60 nprrooBtb or Hufor uullmltPd acbolartbtp. Hoard ") o VltUt m.T advance aa rapidly li hl abtlltr wl Permit. Jboroueh train c Ttoit rr contlatent wltb eClclenojr. lteferenoe-Anj uink or bnalneai 4a rl - ""or ritalorJe addre O. P. 8KLVIDQB A. U., Preldont. QolneiTlile- T The Ardmoreiti For First-Glass JOB PRINT