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LE LYNCHING EXPECTED. o Has nam me penalty ai ino e Two White Men In Cuctody. nils, Miss., Nov. 2. Ono nogro, unknown, has boon burned at fetako and two whlto men, lmpll- 1 by tho nogro In his dying con on, arc being hold by tho posso in fling an Investigation Into tho lor of 13. 0. Jackson and a mill lor named Kosoll at Darling, MIbb., nosday night. 10 nogro wns burned at Darling night by a mob or 4,000 persons, h whlto and black and Just boforo lighting of the funoral pyre he con- led that ho had committal the dou- murdor, with tho assistance of whlto men. Tho motlvo was rob- and a considerable sum was se- iBiod which, tho nogro stated, was di pt! among tho threo. ftor tho burning tho posso went In xch of the two whlto men ai:' soon Iturwl tham. Thoy are being held ding an Investigation of their guilt nnocance, and It Is bolloved that a ble lynching will follow If guilt Is von. The names or tno wmie per- d are not known. barling, Mint., Is a small station on Lake Cormorant branch of tho Ya and Mississippi Valley railroad, ut twenty miles from Sardls, and tre Is no direct telographlo com , Jnlcntlon. Tho news that has '.ched Sardls has come through per from tho neighborhood of the ,-me, who havo been called hero on Csinoss. Tho region Is a romoto one il particulars of tho lynching and iiscqucr.t actions of the mob can only ,1 obtained by chanco. ly Deafness Cannot be Cured 1 local applications, as thoy can not icli the diseased portion of tho ear, iero Is only ono way to euro deaf- bs, and that Is by constitutional rem leg. Deafness is caused by an In mod condition of tho mucous lining tho eustachian tube, when this bo is inflamed you have a rumbling i Itnd or imperfect hearing, and when is ontlroly closod, doafnoss is tho , suit, and unloss the Inflammation ' 3i bo taken out and this tubo ro Srod to its normal condition, hoar- will bo destroyed forovor; nlno sos out of ton aro caused by ca- rrli, which Is nothing but an Inflam condition of tho mucous surfaces, Wo will glvo ono hundred dollars any caso of deafness (caused by tarrh) that can not bo cured by airs catarrh Cure. Send for clrcu ts, frco. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio soiu oy druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills aro the best. "Aunt Luclndy." Several months ago "Aunt Luclndy uortalncd in Gainesville. Speaking tho samo the Harmonlquo Magazine, Iso Florldlnl, editor, says: ty'Mrs. Mary Winn Smoots .hotter hown as "Aunt Luclndy," gavo tost onjoyablo program last ovonlng. io had n largo audlonco, composed f the wealth .Intelligence, and culture t tho city. Tho coming of "Aunt Lu -4ndy" was ndvortlsod several weeks head, and consequently overybody tokod forward to the coming ovont '1th much ploasuro. Thoreforo hor ppearanco in Galnosvlllo last ovon- jig was tho signal for tho turning out t Galnosvllle's cultured and roflned pen and women, and tho houso was jlled with a class of peoplo who paid his most dosorvlng of ladlos tho lion jrs which sho bo richly morlts. The intlro program was richly enjoyed nnd ;ach reading llborally applauded and (Ighly complimented. Sho moved her mdlonco to laughter and tears by tho londltlon of Her own exccllont compo jiuons. in reflecting with Her eyes Hid faco tho heart's emotion as stirred y rapidly changing Influences she compels her audlcnco to feel tho depth nd truo meaning of ovory word sho jitters. Sho Is natural and graceful Her Interpretation Is consistent with hor adaptation of hor own stories. Tho (infolding of tho dramatic situations n which hor characters In hor stories pro portrayed was woll done. Her enunciation is good and hor volco is well modulated nnd falls pleasingly ,upon tho ear. It is hoped that "Aunt Luclndy" will glvo tho Galnosvlllo 'peoplo tho ploasuro of hoarlng hor jai.aln In tho near future." For a Bad Cold. If you have a bad cold you need a igood rollablo modlcino Hko Chamber lain's Cough Remedy to loosen nnd re- liovo it, nnd to nllay tho irritation and inflammation of tho throat and lungs. For salo by City Drug Storo, P. J. Itnmsoy and Ardmoro Drug Co. Wlgg "I consldor that Polly Pink tights has a futuro on tho stage. Wagg "Also a past behind It." One Minute Cough Cure. It Is tho only harmless cough euro that gives quick relief. Cures coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, whooping cough, pnoumonla, asthma la grlppo ana nu tnroat, enest anu lung troubles. I got soaked by rain, says Gortrudo H. Fener, Munclo, Ind., and contracted a severo cold and cough. I failed rapidly; lost 48 pounds. My druggist recommended Ono Mlnutu Cough Curo xno nrst uottio Drought relief; several cured mo. I am back to my old weight, 148 poundn. Ono Mlnuto Cough Curo cuts tho phlegm .relieves tno cougn nt onco, draws out Inflam mation .cures croup. An ideal remedy1 R lor cniiaren. city Drug store. LETTER LIST. List of unclnlmed lcttets at the Ardmoro postofflcc, Nov. 1, 1002. LADIES. Abbott, Emma. Arthur, Laura. Ualloy, Minnie. Balloy, Hattle. Ilrown. Miss Wllllo. Drown, MIes Molllo. Coleman, lamina. Ewlng, Doclc. Evorott, Amelia D. Griffey, Nola. PIo, Sarah. Taokott, Myrllo. Tabor, Vry. GENTLEMEN. Dlake. William. Ilaso, J. W. Coffee, Tom. Conway, Lonnlo. Dawson, M. M. Forguaon, C. S. Flynn", H. S. ' . Fowler, Merrln. Goodwin, .lohn. Greer, Spencer. Hays, Ilarrett. HtUhway, Ed. ' Hall, E. B. Harking, A. H. Ia Hep. Mr. Holden, J. B. Hurley, Charity (2). Jackson, F. Jones, Yens. Jones, Clint. Lee, T. S. Lindsay, Lewis. Marshall, JamoS. McAleeter, Mr. . Mlnlx, Jim. Murphy, ClOavo. Nicholson, W. C. ' North, Morris. Slauglitor, E. E. Shelton, Fred.' Sullivan, J. n. Thorco, D. B. Thomas, It. Tolos, Oscar. Porsons calling for lottors of nbovc list will ploaso say "advertised." D. ItEDFIELD, Pci-traastcr. "A Bunch of Keys." "A. Banch of Koys," which Gus Hotnnor win presont at tho opera houso on Monday, Nov. 3, brings he- foro our mind's oye tho Koys family, the Hoydcnlsh "Teddy," tho captlvat lng Dolly, tholr vivacious sisters "Snaggs," tho country landlord, tho ngllo Grimoa and all tho rest, tho swell Inn, whoro gentlemen's shirt waists nro not barred, and whero overybody from tho corset drummers to tho festive granger can sccuro square meals, a front room with south em oxposuro nnd all modern convon lonco nt your own figures. Everything tills season Is grand now and up-tO' dato, nnd a jolly night with more fun than you enn shake a stick at Is as sured. The Voting Contest. Seo notice of tho voting contest in anothor column of today's Ardmoroltc, You nro ofterod your opportunity of helping your favorite among tho la dies of tho city to a prlvato box at tho opora houso to seo tho talented act ress, Holon Grnntly, In "Her Lord nnd Mnstor." It will cost you nothing but a small omount of timo to cut out and mall to this ofllco tho coupon with tho namo of tho lady you doslro to havo tho tlckotr written thereon, mo Arumoreuo stanas tno oxponso and only nsks tho public to deslgnnto Its choice. Leavo bus and carriage calls City Livery Stable Phono 27. 11-lm T. B. CATIIEY. Ardmore Coal In Demand. Tho Ardmoro Coal nnd Power com pnny nro mining a great deal of coal nnd the product finds a ready market. It Is now boing sold by tho Laldlaw Lumber Co. and Ardmoro Ico Co. As tho mlno grows doopor tho quality of tho coal becomes bottor. By far tho greater number or ordors for coal so far havq specified Ardmoro coal, and a scasqn of heavy selling Is ex pected. Bring In a load of stove wood and get tho Weekly Ardniorcito in ex. change. HELPFUL Somn newinspors nrlnt mat tor to nil up apace. Much of mm is reaiiy narmrul reaillnir. It Is tho aim nt THE HI!. MI WKBKLY NEW8 to irlve holn. HEADING . iui reauioic. Tiiousamis will testify to Its helpfullness to tbem. Ask juur noik'ouor. THE FARMERS' DEPARTMENT has helpoit many It Is not the theory of farm Inirwrlttnn by oollnco Drofessors and nthera uu North on conditions , . . wm uon't nt Texas ana the Indian Territory. It Is thn nntimi n. perlences of farmers hero at homo who have luruuu uror lue sou. SPECIAL OFFER it you are not taklnir tho WEELY AIIDMOIIEITE you should he. It Is helpful to the uust imeraais 01 your town and county, ror ji.bo, cash In ad vanoe, wo will mall yon the WEEKLY AUDMOIIKITK and TIIP. ni- VE8TON or THE DALLAH HKMIVWEEKLY NEWB for 11 months. Doth papers stop nUDU juur IIIUU 19 um. Foley's Honey and T&T cures cows, prevents pneumonia. Bem;fy Triumphs, 'TIs ti Proooaa Treasure. No woman obpets to bring bmutlful. Beauty la wemau's chirm, Joy, prl.lt and Itrensth. Tho world tlwaj-i putted (lid dreauiinaternllyfor fearof loilnjrlhlipow. tooru treaumul womvn. A tirtUy woman it anu inutiencs over men. Wliltcin De dore to rernattiatotharar. and kn women t beautlfuW Then) Ian bnlm unlveriaU; bv eultareil and linculttiriii wnmtn In Ih r crltl. HsatMmla will do wll to Intrttlrnta tnli rcmmly In ordor to manure their wlvf t on the point of eaa with which children can he born and all beauty of form and tijrure retained. Mother's Friend lathealrflBlenimelir which thlalnvalua'ble t retard is Knon n. It will dtininiih all pain allied to motherhood. Ufted throughout pregnancy It will dlpel morninir tlcknrat, mm anra hriastn. mnke ria.Hf nil tpnrinna and fibres CBlUd upon to hold In pmltlon the einenaiiii bunlrp. Mutrlea soft, n under Its sooimnn favorabl liuenreand the patient anticipates the Issue, In the comfort thus uottnweu. JMotliora Frleml Is a liniment for ex ternal application. Women's own pretty Angers rub It ircntly on the parts so aeterely taxed, and It Is Instantly absorbed and so lubricate t' parts- Your drntcttt selH It for $1 ner bottle. You may liave our book "AlotherhooU" ireo. LTllBBRAlil - BRAliFIELD REGULATOR ATLANTA, (1A. CITY GOVERNMENT. It. W. Dick Mayor II. Mathers City Attornoy John L. Gait Pollco Judge G. II. Bruco City Clerk T. N. Coleman Treasurer W. It. Itoberts. Assessor and Collector D. E. Booker Chief of Pollco Bob McGeo City Scavenger Aldermen. First Ward J. W. Golledgo, J. McCharcn. Second Ward J. S. Mullon, I. It, Best. Third Word C. L. Byrno, W. Kendall. Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner, A. Young. Committees. Finance C. L. Byrno, chairman; A. C. Young, J. S. Mullen. Street and Alloy I. It. Best, chair man; c. L. Byrne, W. T. Gardner, J. S. McChnren. Poliie w. C. Kondall," chairman n. Best, J. S. McCharcn. Fire W. T. Gardner, chairman; J. W. Golledge, J. S. Mullen. Waterworks A. C. Young, chitr- man; J. S. Mullen, C. L. Byrne. Ordinance J. S. Mullen, chairman J. W. Gollodgo. W. C. Kendall. Cemotory J. W. Golledgo, cLair men; W. T. Gardner, I. It. Best. Sanitary J. B. McCharcn, chair man; J. S .Mullen, W. C. Kendall, A. C. Young. Bcr.rd of Health. Dr. J. W. Moffett, city physician Drs. S. S. Carr, J. W. Smith, Walter Hardy; Mayor) It. W. Dick ' Corpulent peoplo mny not bo parti cularly frugal; but they don't Hko things to go to waist. Foley's Honey and Tlf for children,safc,sure. No opiates. You Need Blanhs The Akdmoheite keeps on hand quantities of the followinc blanks MORTGAGES, BILLS OF SALE, QUIT CLAIM DEEDS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AFFIDAVITS. DEEDS OF TRUST, PROOFS OF SIGNATURE, PROTEST BLANKS, MINERAL LEASE, RENTAL CONTRACTS and NOTES. You can bnv them oheaoer than you can afford to write them. Address THE ARDMOREITE. DR. KING'S try NEW DISCOVERY FOR THAT COLD. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Cures Con8umption,Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, i'noumonia.llayJb ovor.i'lou- nay, juuvjtippu, JtiuurtiuneBB, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. NO CURE. NO PAY. rlc60c.and$l. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE law l - l.mtl .m LrlM TV" Mm Present for Your Favorite, The DAILY ARDMOREITE Will Give Six (6) Choice Seats at "HER LORD AND MASTER" To the Most Popular Saleslady in the City. Vote for Your Clioice. The ARDMOREITE has ever education nnd hits always endeavored quireuiont of knowledge whenever this cud in view, this paper has purchased six choice scats for tho per formanco Iler Lord and Master" will present at tho Opera Houso on MOREITE will present these seats number of votes. Tho plan of voting is simple. ing of a vote is to All nnd cutout tho it to this office Inasmuch as thero nro six seats, tho lady for whom tho largest number of ballots is cast can invito on tho evening of November 10th. rue Lord anu Muster" is instructive of Martha Morton's comedies, and tho production given by Miss Grantly nnd hor company is The ARDMOREITE will anuouueo tho progress of the balloting each day by publishing tho list of their votes. . v otmg This is aroto for candidate for six (C) choice souts at tho Opera Ilouso on Mon day, November 10th, for tho performance of Miss Holon Grant' ly, in Martha Murton's comedy "Hor Lord and Master." Write tbo namo of your favorite on the lino above and bring or send this coupon to tho ARDMOREITE ofllco before G P. M. o'clock, Saturday, November 8th. A BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP FREE. "There is a tide in the uffeaire ot to fortune." Wo aro going to mako of Bomo energetic, bright, hustling today tbo real man is tho man ot business, and you know, too, that almost every lino of honest work in tho world Is open to women. How different from a few years agol Now, horo is a plan that will placo at your com mand a flrst-class business education, equip you for tho successful management of any business cntorprlso. And it is so simple, so easy, and such pleasant employment that no young man or lady can afford to lot It pass. To tho person sending us tho largest list ot annual subscribers to tho Weekly Ardmorclto by tho 1st day of Decem ber, 1902, we will send a paid up scholarship in tho Southwestern Business University ot Oklahoma City. This college has been established for a num ber ot years and has every equipment necessary to impart a thorough busi ness education. Its toachcrs are men of training In their various lines of work and you aro given your cholco of book-keeping and banking or sten ography. Thcso courses Include thorough training in penmanship, spelling, letter writing and Ergllsh. Do not bosltato; enter Uio contest today. Seo your frionds. Many of thorn who aro reading tho paper now will ronow for a year. Anothor featuro of tho contest Is, you get good pay for overy hour's work whllo earning tho scholarship. Wo will glvo you 15 cents for overy annual subscriber, or In other words, for overy subscriber you romlt us 85 conts, nnd keep tho 15 conts to pay you for your time. Sample topics will bo furnished you. Do tho first in your town or neighborhood to tako up tho work. Purely you can ond In aB many as twenty subscribers. Fill out this blank tonight and mall It to us. THE ARDMOREITE, Ardmore, I. T. I desire to enter tho contest for th scholarship In tbo Southwestern Business University nt Oklahoma City PIcaso send mo samplo copies and tho necessary blanks for Bonding in names and making remittances. Yours very truly, (Namo) (Postomco) YOUNG & HEINTZ, DAlIAa TEXAS. Machinery, Mill I Gin Supplies High Grade "Write for what you want? been nlivo to tho iutorosts of to extend tho scopo of tho nc an opportunity presents itsolf. With which tho talented young actress Monday, Nov. 10th. Tho ARD to tho lady receiving the largest All thai is required for tho cast coupon printed below and sond ilvo of her frionds to bo hor guests ono ot the most amusing as well as said to be adequate in every respect contestants with tho number of uoupon, X men, which, taken at tho flccl, leads on this year tho turning point in tho Ufa boy or girl. You well understand that fit you for earning a good salary or 1 s . . Belting a Specialty. THE CANNIBAL TREE. Vonilerfnl I'lnnt Fotinil In the I ''or rule of Anxtrnlln. Ono of the most wonderful forest trees lu tho world la tho "cannibal tree" of Australia, which grows up In tho shnpo of a hugo plncapplo and sel dom nttnlus a height of mora than cloven feet It has n scries of broad, boardllko leave?., growing In a fringe nt tho npes, which reminds ono of n glgnntle Central American ngavc. When standing erect, these broad. thick lunvis hldo a curious looking ar- rnngomont, which npponrs to perforin the same functions tin tlioso of tho pistils In flowers. Naturally these boardllko leaves, which are from ten to twelve feet long lu tho smaller specimens nnd from llfteon to twenty in tho larger, hang to tho ground nnd nro strong enough to bear a man's weight. In old aboriginal tlmei In tho anti podean wilds the natives worshiped tho cannibal tree under tho name of tho "devil 1re" tho chief part of the ceremony consisting of driving ono of their number up tho leaves of tho tree to the apex. Tho lnstnnt the victim would touch tho so called "pistils" of tho monster tho leaves would Instantly fly togothor like a trap, squeezing the life out or tho Intruder. Knrly trnvel or dec In ml that tho trco held Its vic tim until oery particle of ilosh dis appeared. On this nccount it is called tho "cannibal tree." .Mlm-tiotiitl'inn. Ill n letter to the Boston Transcript on tho subject of misquotations a cor respondent says: "I have in my scrap- hook threo notable examples from the Thanksgiving proclamations of the gov ernors of different tttntoa. Governor Boll of Texas began his with, 'Now in tho winter of our discontent made glorious summer, in tho words of Holy Writ.' 'I onco nttended n funeral in tho country whero tho clergyman's open ing remark wns: 'My bereaved friends. you havo loved and lost the demised. It has been truly snld: "It is impossible to solve tho biography of death." That Is, my bereaved friends, tbo only way for us to look at It.' "An acquaintance of mlno tells mc thnt Cyrus Burleigh, ono of tho well known writers of fifty years ago, told her that he had Just como from a Quaker meeting whero ho saw a woman speaker rlso nnd with a 'Quaker tono' say: '"A boss, n boss, my kingdom for a boss." Doubtless, my friends, tho inspired psalmist, when ho penned these words, meant a spirit ual boss. That was all sho said, and sho solemnly resumed her plnco on the high scats." Long I)l(nnco Courlahlp. Sketching one day in Burma, an English artist noticed a man a littlo dUtanco off glaring fiercely straight ahead at him nt somo object ho could not seo from his position. The mnn sat with the samo fixed glnro the wholo afternoon nixl wns nt it ngaln next morning. The artist had the curiosity to ask an English visitor what it meant. Tho reidy wns, "Oh, ho is In love!" And it wns explained that this was their method of courtship. Tho object of tho man's attentive gnzo was a girl in a neighboring ba aar. When a young mnn falls In love, ho has to scat himself nt n certain dis tance from his adored ono and wait for her to do tho rest If sho looks in his direction onco or twice on tho first or second day, ho Is wildly encouraged, and If on the third day she nods to him and smiles It Is time to go to the parents with reference to tho marrlngo settlements. London Tit-Bits. Tliu, Tliouulitf 1 Stork. On a tree close to n bouse within n short illstaiico ta tho river-or -canal thero wns a storks' nest with young ones. Tho roof it tho houso caught flro ouo day, and, though tho flames did not actually rutch tho tree, tho beat becamo Scorching. So tho mother stork flow down to tho water, got into it and drenched her breast; then, re turning to her young, she spread the mass of cool, wet feathers nil over them. This sho repeated over nnd over ngaln, flying to tbo river, going down into tho wntcr and returning, her plum ngo dreuched with wet. And thus tho nest was saved, and tho lender nestlings wero preserved nllvo until the flro had been got under control and all was safe. Tho truth of this rcmarka bio story wns vouched for by raoro than ono eyewitness. Starboard ami Larboard. Tho Italians derived "starboard" from qucsta bordn, "this side," nnd "larboard" from quclla borda, which means "thnt side." Abbreviated these two phrases appear as sta borda and la borda. Their closo resemblance caused so many mistakes that tho admiralty ordered the "larboard" to bo discon tinued nnd "port" substituted. "Port" for "larboard" is said to bo first used In Arthur Pitt's "Voyages" in 1850. Tivlltlncr on Knctu. "Van Wither made nn unfortunate remark nt Sumner's wedding yester day." "What did he sayT' "Congratulated him on tho treasure he bad won, and overy ono but Vnn knows Sumner married ber for her money." Ills Kcar. "It worries blm to think how narrow chested bo Is." "Afraid of consumption, oh?" "Ob, no. no's afraid his breast won't bo big enough to bold oil tho medals ho expects to win beforo ho dies." Eton colloga was founded In 1440. Next to Winchester, it is tho oldest of England's great public Bchoola. St Paul's cornea next, having been found ed In 1512.