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THE SPLASHING HOUSE.
A I'roticti Urn '(')iat V '.'rimed li Itldiantr i:nictUhiurii. une or llir in i mw!;i m ti ! ever luveuted . ..t liuU.-'n. -n iy foreigners tvns Hi" "aplauhhut iioune" story, itlven to the world liy ttte rails Journal t'atrle la lKJ. An Ingenious writer In tlie paper gravely Informed bin readers tlint In the suburb of Lou don were housed where "irtli beaten UI Into mud la tt'tulJod." To these liousi'c men were accustomed to resort In hunting kit for the purposexf being splashed with mud. "These curloun estiibllRhmeit nrc provided with muds of dUTureut coun-tU.-a, but prlneiimlly of those counties where thu hunting 1h host. The sale of the mud li conducted lu the teost se rious milliner ImiiBlnable; the attend aut Inquires, 'From wlint .county, sir, do you wish It to Ihs supposed you Imve Just returned?' 'From the county of Kent' Tho pretended sportsman there upon takes a Kent on & wooden horso Whoso legs throw up tho solcctod mud; after having been well splashed the customer pay his bill (3 shillings), casts nu oyo of approbation 'toward tho mirror, takes a whip lu his hand and goes to exhibit his muddy clothes In Piccadilly, llond street or 1'rtll Mull, In order that It may be supposed that he has Just returned from n grand hunt." In addition to the clmiioc of marry Ing an heiress which this remarkable display of dirty clothes -confers on their wenrer, snys the French news paper man, the patron of tho "splash- lug bouse" has another more 1 in me diate advantage. "Tho mud with .which he Is splashed affords, if not proof, strong presumptive evidence that he Is a landed proprietor In tho county whoso mud bespattors him." And landed proprietors being held In 'vast esteem as solvent mid desirable .creditors, the man can obtain anything he likes at any shop on credit. One wonders whether such a wonder ful tale finds any believers among those who read It. London Live. Stool: .Journal. JUMPING THE DEER. A-Stylc of lllindiiK Tlint I.ooUa 13nr Till You Try It. "Jumping n deer" Is n highly attrac tive phrase, quite opt to make a .tin filing In tho back Imlr of the tenderfoot ,who liettrs It for the first time. It 1h also intensely satisfactory to the chap who always has to shave before woo ing nature. Vou limy, indeed, get a good shot in this wny, nml It lu gonor ully tho only wny to seo the grandest of nil the sights of tho woods doer running through a windfall. To eoe ibo glossy curves of fur curl over tho lofty logs that lie piled on each other In boundless confusion Is well worth a trip to tho woods, while for him who ' loves tho rifle as 1 do, more for what cannot be done with It thau for what can, thorc Is no such target elsewhere. Hut for .tho tyro who is dying to get that first deer, "Jumping a deer" gen erally means out of sight and out of hearing both. For the deer that goes off to He down after feeding does not .go to sleep, but to ruminate and take life easy. Qnco In a great whllo one falls into a doze, but almost always the bead Is well erect and nil senses keen for danger. And even if one is in a doze it may slip away without your Buspccting its existence, forleep dead ens little of the senses of this wary an. lmal. The man who "wouldn't shoot such au innocent creature an a deer" should by all means sec one rotting out of a heavy windfall, while tho man ,who loves game that can get away can hero find the attraction of the woods at its climax. "Hunting the Virginia Deer" in Outing. The Aiit'n Toilet. A naturalist hns been making .ob serrations on the toilets of certain outs, and has discovered that each insflct goes through mast elaborate ablutloua 'Xhtff are not only performed by her self, but by another, who acts for the tlmo .as lady's rnnid. The assistant starts .by washlug the face ,of her com paulon, and then goes over the wholo body. The attitude of the ant that Is being washed Is one of Intense satis- action. She lies down with all her limbs stretched loosely out; she rolls over on hor side, eveu her back, a per fect picture of case. Tho pleasure the Ilttlo Insect evinces In being thus combed and sponged Is really enjoya ble to tho observer. Philadelphia Trass. Tho IVnr '" World. Wo met the people going ono way with their arms loaded with beautiful flowers. . "Whither do you drift?" we asked. "We go," they exclaimed, "to adorn the graves of our dead heroes." Later bn wo met thera with their arms full of bricks. "And now where?" wo asked again. "To throw these at our living he- rocs," they again explained, with pity ing smiles nt our dumbness. The Small Ilrolher, "I heard him call you 'duckle,' " an nounccd the small brother. "Well, what of It?" demanded his sister defiantly. "Oh, nothin' much," answered tho small brother. "I was only thlnkln' maybo it's becauso of tho wny you walk, but It ain't very nice of him." Chicago Post The Ileal nor. "What does Freddy like to play?" asked tho caller. "Freddy," replied papa, "likes to ploy .whatever games bis mother and I de cide aro too rough for him." Detroit Free Press. Ilalf a ton of sawdust contains ICO noundsof charcoal. ISO Doundsof acids. 248 pounds of water and 102 pounds of tor. LOOK OUT FOBL The coirt-vmve flag menus zero weather. Icy, moisture -l.idett winds, mid the begin ning of winter in corni est. To Cntarrh suffer er there is nothin? cheering in these climatic changes, for with the return of cold weather. all the disagreeable yiiiptouis of Cntnrrb appear: blinding lica'daches, dizziness, n stuffy feeling about the nose that makes breathing difficult, chest pains, and ns the disease progresses, n discharge of unus-at-ing matter from the throat and nose keeps one continually hawking and spitting. Catarrh is a most disgusting disease. The foul mucous accretions that nrc con stantly dropping back into the stomach contaminate and poison the blood and is distributed throughout the body, and it Wen becomes a (lecp-tented, systemic, persistent disease that must be treated through the blood, for it is beyond the reach of sprays, washes, powders or ex ternal treatment of ntiy kind. b. to. fc. soon clears llic system of nil Catarrhal matter and purges the blood of the irritating poisons, thus effertunllv checking the fnrUier progress of this seri ous and tar reaching disease. Lookout for Catarrh in winter, for cold stirs the blood uud causes excessive secre tion of mucus and brings to life all the slumbering poisons that make Catarrh n the most abominable m dPtk of all diseases. S.S.S. U. cc tlle bloo1 in km sl,c" Vere;t order ssP 5 that cold waves cause 111 ttlUIHI UUll LUC change from the heat of summer to the rigors of winter produce no hurtful effects. Write tis it you linve Catarrh, aim out Physicians will advise you without charge. hook ou mood auu ijkiu Diseases tree. Tho Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Qai RAILROAD EXCUnOION RATEl Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe. CHICAGO. International Livestock Expos! Uon. On November T and 30 the Qulf, Colorado and Santa will ell to'.iud trip tickets to Chicas;. for $27.40, limited December 10. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Annual meeting American Bank ers' association, New Orleans, La., Nov. 11 to 13. On Nov. 7. 8, and 9 tho 0. C. & S. F. railway will sell tickets to New Orleans, La and return for $19.65, limited ten days from date of m o. W. A. IJASH1ELL, Tickot Acnt. C. O. & G. Special Rate. On Wednesdays and Saturdays the C. O. & Q. will sell round trip tick ots for ono fare plus ?2.00 to oummor tourist points In Alabama, Georgia Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tonnessco aad Vir- Inla. Limited sixty days. Special summer excursion rates to northern and eastern resorts. One fajra plus $2 for tho round trip. W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agent. Foley's Honey and Tar to- Ghlldrcn.sofe.Ritrft 'Jo onlates WARNING ORDER. In the 'United States court in the In; dlan Territory, Southern district: Chas. Flomlng, plaintiff, vs. Bottle Fleming, defendant No. E,305. Tho defendant Bettlo Fleming Is warned to .appear in thic court in thir ty days and answer the .complaint of plaintiff Chas. Fleming. Witness Hon. llosea Townsend, Jutlgo of sold court and the seal there of this 10th day of October, 1902. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. II. C. POTTERF, Attorney. S. II .BUTLHB. Atty for Noe-Bes. First published Oct. 10, 1902. Honry L. Shattuek of ShoUaburg Iowa, was cured of a stomach trouble with which ho had boon nfillcted for yearn by four boxes of Chamberlain's Stomech and Liver Tablets. He haa previously tried many otho. remedies and a tiumbor of physlcUps without relief. For sale by City Drug Store ana v. i. icainsey. VARNING ORDER. In tho United Statos Court in tho In dlan Territory, Southern District Emma It. Mastorson plaintiff vs. Jnmos Masterson dofendant. No, 5,331. Tho defendant, James Mastorson, 2s warned to appear In this court in thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Emma It. Mastorson. Witness Hosea Townsend, Judgo of said court and tho seal thereof this 4 th day of October, 1902. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. A. BENNIE, Attornoy B. N. COFFEE, Atfy for Non-ios. First published Oct. 8, 1902. Goes Like Hot Cakes. "Tho fastest selling artielo I havo In my store," writes druggist C. T. Smith of Davis, Ky., "Is Dr. Klng'a Now Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, bocauso It always cures, In my six years of sales it nover has failed. I havo known it to savo HUfferer8 from throat and lung disca ses who could t,et no help from doc tors or any other remedy." Mothers rely on it, best physlcianB prescribe it and tho City Drug Store guarantees satisfaction or refunds price. Trial bottles free. IV'gular sizes 30c and fl 1 By Spending' a Large Sum of Cash just Bt t' '.roper time wo oanio into possession of an imuionso stock ttt Ktors more stoves thau we usually buy but tho price hns been reduced so much thnt we will sell twico ns many stoves K8 usuttl. A HOOD WAR, MEW. Tho Great Western Heater, conl or wood, is ttcknowledced to bo tho best all round stovo made, iriviui out more heat and couBtiininc less fuel. Every stove is a perfect oue, nnd nmonc them nre stoves pretty enough in de sign to add haiideomoly to your furniture. TMR OUEUN OP STOVHS. I Wltn fMmrtnt kept pueu with the advancements in manufacturing until stove perfection has been reached. The world acknowledges no other cook stovo. They are tho standard of stovo perfection as full of cooking goodness as a kernel is of meat. You can't restBt buying when you learn the price. STGUL I The Majestic Steel Range towers nbove other ranu;s. I rnKes in convenience and durability. Ono lusts n lifetime, is a beautiful piece of furniture and, added to these good poiuts, we make a special reduction in price. Come now while you can take choice. ... ' 1 Williams, Corhn L Co., The Hardware Men. L.urnber !3 2 a narawar We Carry a Full Stock. Buy for Cash, and Can Save You Money. Give Us Berwyn, H. SUGGS, Suggs Si Slow Starvation KODOL Ffro years aeo a diseaso tho doctoractllod dyf, psla took such a hold on mo that I could scarcclyco. I took quantities of pepsin midotlici medicine, but uothluK tic edmc. Asa drowning min grasps at a straw I grablxxlat Kodol. I felt an Improromcniat once, and after a fevr bottles am sound and well, Qcouaa B. M.uisii, AttorDey-at-Law, Nocona, Toi. St can't Eielp but do you good. The llbottlecontatnssmimpiiasmuch (actual measurement) a tho trial Blzownteb sells for 50a Prepared by K. O. DeAVltt A: Co.. t'lilf ago, Hold by all dealers. Bewiit's WllcB Hazel salve m i r fiifn ill wwfci fl ill i The lest Line & Old States Free Reclining Chair Cars Ask the nearest Cotton Bslt Agent for rates and schedules or writs W. II. WEEKS. D. H. HO ROAN, A.HO0VEH. T. P. IITTLE, Oea. Pin. t. Til. Atl., Trsr. Pin. A(l., Tnr. Ph.. Atl.. ftur.Att. Tyler, Tex. ft. Worth, Tex. Wsco.Tex. Corilcsat, Tex. Onlr TMivnn r n tin i f 1 1 1 r n a linofi s:les a Call. Ind. Ten Manager. is tho fato of sufferers from dyspepsia and Indigestion. If your food remains undigested it can't build up the body. In fact, it docs actual damage by decaying in the stomach and poisoning tho system. Digests What You Eat. Kodol is tho BcnBlblo remedy. By digesting what you cat it strengthens tho body and at tho 6am o tlmo rests tho stomach. This rest soon restores perfect health. Cathartics and stimulants only reach tho symptoms. ICodol cures. It is Nature's tonic. a aootlilDiT. healliiR application for plies, soros aod skin dlbus. Ilowaro of counterfeits. 1 iaHili Parlor Cafo Cars Pullman Sleepers I Chamber of Commerce Committee. Finance J. A Blvens, C L. Ander son, J. A. Madden. Manufncturlns; and mercantile In- tersMts C. It. ones, J. It. Pennington, J. K. P. Cnmpboll. Public hlRliwnys Max Westheimer, U B. Itobersou, W. S. Wolverton, A. II. Palmer, II. II. Pannlngton. Advortislng Slg Simon, T. N. Colo- man, Orlu Bodflold. ltallroads, otc. W. A. Ledtwtter, F. M. dates, John 1 Gait, W. F. Whit tlngton, C. L. Horbort. grIculturo J. B. Boono, John F. Easloy, J. S. Mullen, M. Munzoshclmcr, Membership C. I Byrne, B. W. Dick, Don Ijicy, Entertainments John L. Oalt, A. V. Poak, K. W. Bohorts. House It. W. Dick, W. A. Wolvor- ton, A. C. Young. Arbitration O. I. Herbert, Leo Cruce, D. E. Allon, W. P. Poland, J B. SprnKlns. SIDNEY SUCaS, Pres. C. I. BYilNE. Sec'y. Warnlno Order. In the Unltod States court In tho Indian Territory. Southern district; C. IT. Sknggs plslntlff vs. M. E. Sknggs defendant. No, B.3-1G. .. The dofendant M. E. Skaggs l warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, C H. Skaggt. witness Hon. Hosoa TownsomJ, Judge, this 30th day of Soptemboi, 1902. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. K. A. WALKEB, Attornoy. J. J. BATES, Atty for Non-Itosldont. First publlshod Sept. 30, 1902. Notice of Dissolution. The firm of Otis Aaronson & Co. composed of Qus Aaronson nnd Louis Landau, Jr., has this day boon mu tually dissolved, Isolds Landau, Jr. retiring and Gus Aaronson continuing the business, assuming all Indebted ness and collecting nil outstanding bills. OUS AABONSON, LOUIS LANDAU, First published Oct. 9, 1902. CHEAP 8ETTLER5V RATES TOTHE FAR WEST AND NORTHWE8T. Tho Burlington nouto runowa tho one way Sottlors rato of $25.00 from Missouri Blvor to California, PortlanJ nnd tho Pugot Sound country every clay during Soptomhor and Octoher, with correspondingly low rates to tho ISpokano District and tho Buttc-IIc- ena District; nlso proportionate rates from Interior Missouri, Kansas and Southern territory. "The Burlington Northern Pacific Express" is tho great through train caving Kansas City dally, for the Northwest. Through Coachos, Chair Cars (scats frco), Standard and Tour ist Sieopcrs to Butte, Helena, Spo kane, Tacoma, Seattle, Portland Con nections train from Denver at night Joining this northwest train at Al llanco, Neh. TO CHICAGO-Tho Burlington's famous "Ell" is tho host known nnd most popular train from Kansas City and St. Joseph to Chicago. TO ST. LOUI8. Two dally trains carrying all classes of standard Bur ington equipment. HOMESEEKEBS' EXCURSIONS. On tho first and third Tuesdays of August, Soptomhor and Octoher, to many sections of tho West nnd North west. Consult nearest tickot agent or Write tho undersigned for full inform ntioc, printed matter nnd tho least cost of your proposed trip. L. L. WAKELY, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. L. J. BRICKER, T. P. A., 283 Mnln St., Kansas City, Mo. C. M. LEVEY, Gen, Mangr St. Louis, ,Mo. When you havo searched for it nt tthcr hardware stores, ycv'll find I ccro. Wo hav tho hlggev stock in ho Indian Territory. NOBLE BROS $100 Reward Will bo paid by tho Chickasaw 4 S Stockmen's Association for tho t arrest and conviction of anyone J stealing stock of any kind from a any member of this Association. ? Notify Jeff Payne. Pauls Vol- S J ley. Charley Boil, Roll, I. OV, 5 or W. L. Lap8lcy, Wynnowood, tj I. T., Inspectors. DR. T. P. Howell, Pres. 4 5 O, F. Halet, Seo. 5 SOME MEN PAY $10,000 vertisiricr. for nu export to manaRQ their ad Thoro are others who flJK for aunnnualsubserin- pay Jv tion to Puinteu's Ink and learn what all tho ndyertis ers aro thinking about. Hut even these are not the extreme reached. There are men who loio oie $100,000 Tea,r ,olnf neither. Vo ifvu,vuu BampIe 00,,r iBnd , oen t Putvvin'i Tur Nn in Um.. a. K ntnwnmu Fhc Ardmoreite Official Journal of the Chickasaw Stockmen's Association STAR ROUTE MAIL LINES. Ardmore to Ravla. Lcavo Ardmoro 7:00 n. is. Arrive Provcnco 9:00 n. tal Durwood .. ..10:10 n. si. ....11:20 a. zik. Earl MonnRvlllo Norton . . Bavin ... ....1:30 p. 3:00 p. 4:00 p. Leave dally except Sunday. Ardmore to Maaill. Ixsavo Ardmoro 7:00 n. ici Arrivo Hoxbar 10:30 a. n. " Wilson 12:00 m. " McMillan 2:00 p. to. " Tyler 3:00 p. m. " Wcdvirton 4:00 p. m. " Oakland 5:30 p. m. " Madlll 6:00 p. Lcnvo dally except Sunday. ni. Ardmore to Healdton. Leave Ardmoro 6:30 a. m Arrivo Ixmo Grovo 8:30 n. in. " Howltt 10:30 a. in. " Healdton 12:30 p. m Leave dally except Sunday. Ardmore to Simon. Lcavo Ardmoro G:30 a. m. Arrive Brock 8:30 a. rx " Chcok 10:00 n. m. " Simon 12:30 p. s& Iiavo Cnlly oxcopt Sunday. Star Houto malls closo promti? on lenvlng time. A Dozen Times a Night. M. Owen Dunn of Ronton Ferry, M'. Va., writos: "I hnvo had kidney nntl bladder trouhlo for years, and It he camo o had that I was obliged to get up nt leriBt a dozen times a night I never receivod ony pormanent benefit from any medicine until I Mod Foley's Kidney Cure. After using two bottle,: I nm cured." Sold by Bonnor &Boix nor. Tho word Garland is synonymous with ovorythlng that goes to make up a porfoct cooking stove. Buy them from Stevens, Konnorly & Spraglns Co. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho District Court of tho United States, for tho Southern District nt Ardmore. In tho matter of J. C. Cox, bankrupt, in bankruptcy; To tho creditors of J. C. Cox In tho Southern district, In tho Indian Tor- rltory, nt Ardmoro, n bankrupt: No- tlco is hereby given that on tho 14th. day of Octobor, 1902, tho said J. C. Cox was duly adjudged bankrupt, nnd that tho first mcotlng of his creditor will ho held at my offlco at tho court- liouso in tho city of Ardmoro, on tha 28th day of October, 1002, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, nt which tlmo tho sold creditors may attond, provo their claims, appoint a trustee, oxamlno tho bankrupt nnd transact such other business as may como before said mooting. JOHN HINKLT3, Befereo In Bankruptcy First published Oct. 17. 1902. CiiiiE YCUBIM , Uw UlcO for v fif- a lttIi'UtTf,tnfl U'Ut'i d, ll t IttifltiU u( . f , it m ntuUt rtti t t tt ft'rirlj.-. r .' r - ----- . WT In flat-. - GO YEAnS iRADC Ifif.HKB. Copvrr.nwTn fkc. . Anrnne i"n!'nc etirtrh unit .orwrlntt n ij i. vim-Ion l rmtinhlf pilintAbW. "v.- n. i miriijii.m)('i.tfnl. IIorM..ili1. , l i.'i i.u scit ftne. ol1jt cetitr fr xcutlir.liii. I 'it cut (jkrn thn.ucti Uann A Cn r;.To tpru.1 notle. wi.houtcljiirco, latbo Sdeniiffc Jimrtem K liandiomo! t'.lutrnlcj rreeklr Ixrcwt clr cnUtliiii nt nr rientlllit ariixl. 1'trn.i tt n ronri riiurraontH.il. (joia brJI rew.ii'nir. 1MUNN & Co.30,na!flew YqrK llrtnch omce. CSi V BU WMhlnzton. II. f Things We : Like Best Often Disagree With Us Boc&uso wa ovorc&t of them. Indi gestion follows. But there's a way to csoaposuoh consoquonces. A dose of i gooa uigestsnt into jiouoi win rouvo you at once. Your stomach is simply too weak to digest what you eat. 'i nai's an Indigestion Is. Kodol digests the food, without tho stomach's aid. Thus tbw stomaoh rests while tho body is strength ened by wholejomo food. Dletlns Is ub Docess&ry. Kodol dlgaiti any kind nt good food. Strengthens and invigorate. Kodel Makes RIoh Rml Ihoil. Trenarea only by E. a DaWirr h Co., OblcaKw. if 1 totUe eontalnsJH thsM ths W sis. mum