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WINE EXPERT.; l)3T BE A3 TEMPERATE AS AN ATHLETE IN TRAINING. iirllt. Kmplt nml TiihIii 11m TmIh IqiiiiIM)' lit Liquor nml llcucc lhti.nl I.cnil I,l(e nt Onco Ills-all -'Sua mid Ancrtic. for hotels and restaurants of Im tnco as well as tnnuy wholesale retail liquor dealing firms employ uio expert. It Is llio duty of this to pnm upon Uio quality of nil ft, brandies, whiskies and other hollo hovenmes handled by his , He works with an empty i.toiu and he makes his tostrf through limn iHnnm nt nleht. which tests spirit's color and clarity; smell, i teata IIh udnr. mid taste, tut; Important sense, which teats Its . To keen these senses at once Into ami sharp the expert must not tobacco, and In the uso or liquors kiutt be temperate to the point of Mnllsm. (two glasses of champagne are set ro u clavvr wluo expert, one n L. ... il. ..l.,l...,r. nt 1BJII Hin lr of the vintage of 18SS, he will Irendlly which Is which. Theie are ed a lialf doscn vintages which he : dealiriinte br their tnsto alone Sout the helpful presence of tho lwl bottle. .ie wine expert must also have a tound knowledge of red wines Qtjnff tho red wines of Franco ho it bo able to tell those of the Ga- je from those of Burgundy and of ..inlilnv. V( tho white wines nlso ho must bo "Ininl. mid lie should havo no dllll- :v In d st ncu suing tno cnampagnes pillory, of Ay, of Helms and of frnay and In distinguishing also best vintages. Among the other ich white wines ho must know bo of Suuternc, Bnrsac, l'relgnac : llomracs. And tho Spanish whlto es of Xcres, the German whlto les of Jolmnnisberg, Steinberg and nkhelm must be llko old time friends, hlskles and brandies are divisions tils work that are as Important as wines. He must tell at n glanco htlmr n lirnt.iH linn been need In 'Jl id or in class, nnd ho must not only lllnKiln with onso the Irish, tho Scotch ( the American whiskies, but ho li Liust designate tho districts in ll loli nich was distilled. onsldcrlng his knowledgo the salary W lm t-ttut nrnnt-t la tint front. It fl pages $10 a week. Occoslonally It Is as low as $25, and occasionally It I unts to muultlccucc. I 'ho expert must not eat rich, heavy ids nnd wastries. He must not keen p hours His life, In a word, must as temperate as that of an athlete training. This Is in order that his ises of sluht and tasto and smell ,y bo at their best always. Smoking -rtad for tho smell: rich foods nro bad J tho taste; lato hours or any sort of ' Llnntlni. nrnn flm tnllilosr. in bad Of tho health generally nnd for all the Sscs, sight In particular; hence tue forous und ascetic llfo of tho wine pert. Tho wine expert works with stomach dpty, for then his tnsto and smell are their keenest. Ho works on bright ys only in n room Hooded with sun- lit, for then ho can best weigh n .uor's color and lucidity. Ho uses isses of tho oddest shapes a dlffer t glass almost for every liquor for pso help him to distinguish the most llcuto gradations of smell nnd color. 10 brandy glass, for Instnnce, hns n iwl almost as biz as n washbowl. rp bottom of this bowl tho brandy (vers In tho thinnest layer. , Tho ex !rt puts his face down close and, with x noso Inside tho bowl, rolls the jandy nbout, thus getting tho full bou jet of tho liquor. Ho must never swallow tho hover ;es ho tests. Ho holds them In his :outh about n minute, rolling them bon his toniiuo aud letting them uch his palate, nnd that Is sufficient r an accurate Judgment. To swnllow Jem would not aid him, for there are 0 nerves of tnsto In tho stomach V swnllow them would, on tho con rary, hinder him, sending him drunk i bed each testing day. TTim nxnert of n. larco and fnshlona lo Now York hotel In discussing tho ther dav his business said: What is more difficult than to de crlbo In words tho tnsto of anything? low. for lustance, would you say Hint bread tastes like or meal or po ntocs? "Hut red wines have, after all, a de Inable tasto. The poor red wines nro jnrthy. They havo n llavor of fresh loll. Tho good ones tnsto llko Held Mushrooms, nnd tho best ones tnsto Jko trullles. Hut tho tasto of wills- 0!les nnd brandies nnd whlto wines Is ot to bo dcflued In any such concreto ny ns this. "Tho wine sclenco is n nlco one. Few pen know It Few men Indeed can 11 with their eyes shut whisky from jnindy or nlo from beer. Few men S?ho use liquor even know tho wines int custom derannds should bo drunlc .'ttjflth n dinner nt which wlno Is itrved." Vhen nsked what thoso wines were, Jo said: 'Snuterno with tho oysters, sherry TVlth the soup, Ithlno wlno with tho rfui, rinrnt with the roast, chnmpagno with tho game, salad and dessert and rlnmnn with tho coffee." Now York ner"""- exilrlbune. Tho Amendment. Wnntnnno Ilcre, read over this fen- f tim nrnnnsed charter amena !,,int nnd tell ma what It means. Duzno (after reading it carefully Seven times) It means that In any tsn of pmorzency tho board of educa Tr-., - . ,. ini mnv omniov or remove any iuulu- ..v.. ' . . , , , t or head of department u ll can. is Angeles Iiernld. BouhdHandaE? fopx will, miuitr drawn nnd Ihroblilnc with pain, and joints swollen, still aud tentltr, iiic rneuuiniic paucu i us uw uus and dependent ns though bound hand aud frmf fCn 1 iuau rnw.r such intense suf fering, such sharp, nerve-racking pains as KUCUmausin, nuu mis uuivciuih iiiuu- . . . A ,. - A 1. ster, unless cneciceu, crusucs iuc miuuiu n.t.l l.s.tn nt It vlrtl. Uric Acid and other like poisons they nre absorbed into the blood nnd lodged in the muecles. jomis nnu nerves, men ivuii the suddenness of an electric shock, pains rt . r . .. 11- -...1 nuecieu, wuicu uuiu onciu uuu lunnftiM. nnd lipcntneA tender. feverish and sore. Unless treated throueli tue blood Rheumatism irrm-g nteadit V worse. ti finally cndliiK in suninxcu muse ics, iuimovable joints, a 1i n l' i nirvi. nml the invalid's choir or crutches. The cure nf Rlimnintiahi can 1.. .tttt.1.1 n rf .u.t-nta1l.tlt until 4 It acid blood h.is been purified and the sys- . . m e 1 1 1 1 . . leiii cicauscu ii nil jhiibuuuus umivuj. C 6. S. does this promptly and surely, 1.ooi,t U Ia n tu-rfirl lilnml medicine. t ... l : 1 -i r - 1 1 . n lltlt nntila I ami mi milium? im uiv iiiuauug luai cause mieumausiii. S. S. S. purifies and invigorates the lished, the gritty, corroding particles arc wasueu out ui 1110 arli itn; muscles and inints. nnd the longeil for relief rnnip nnil the cuts In r.Ai-m'itii.fit lirniuo the muse haa been removed nnd nothing reinaius in the Wood to produce another uttack. write lor special dookou Kiieumausin. Tho Swift SpcciJlo Co., Atlanta, Oa. tana . AdbavrK'N.. f, FOUR DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES FROM THE LEADING COLLEGES . They Cure All CURABLE CHRONIC DISEASES or will tell yon wlmt to do to bo ctiroit. 9't Piles. Wetula fissures. I HernU (Ruvturo. Uletntel rectum . Chronlo Uloers, ISktn Onncers. Warts, Molas, IVnrlsoeelo, Hjritroeooele, Ourwl without nil operation nml wlili- oat pain. They Cure All FEMALE IRREGULARITIES, such as Vh'tos, Painful Menstratlon, naeknehes, Headaches, Drstiepstn. Neuralirln, llbeumntlsm, Mnny oilier illsensen nf Kar. Noso anil Tliront nro ourctl at hi .me. i VTAUUH of stomach uml honols: i: 7, V. M A nml nil lilnml nml Hkin ills enses treated slic-cessfally. -- --r nit J v toi K Cook & Vtck, Tho Eminent and Successful! SpociaEisis of GSiromc Pisoases CITY GOVERNMENT. It. W. Dick Mayor J. II. Mathers City Attorney John L. Gait Police Judgo 0. II. Bruco City Clerk T. N. Coleman Treasurer W. It. ltohorts. Assessor and Colloctor D. E. Booker Chief of Pollco Bob Mcdeo City Scavenger Aldermen. First Ward J. W. QoIIedEO, J. B. McCharen. Second Ward J. S. Mullen, I. n. Best Third Ward C. L. Byrno, W. C. Kendall. Fourth Ward W. T. Gardnor. A. C. Young. Committees. Finance C. L. Byrno, chalnniu; A. C. Young, J. S. Mullen. Street and Alloy I. It. Best, chair man; C. L. Byrne, W. T. Gardner, J. S. McCharen. Poll:e v". C. Kendall, chairman; I. It. Boot. J. S. McCharen. yjre v. T. Gardner, chairman; J. W. Golledge. J. 8. Mullen. Waterwoiks A. C. Young, chilr- man: J. S. Mullen, C. L. Byrne Ordinance J. S. Mullon, chairman; J. W. Golledge, W. C. Kendall, Comotery J. W. Golledge, ciali man: W. T. Gardner, I. R. Best. Sanitary J. S. McCharen, chair man; J. S .Mullen. W. C. Kendall, A. Young. 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 Choice. Tho ATtmtOIlEITE hns ever been nlive to tho intorosts of education aud has always endeavored to extend tho scope o the ac quirement of knowledco whenever an opportunity presents itself. With Hiin nml in v Bw. th s nnner has purchased sis clioico scats tor uie per formance "Her Lord and Master" which tho talented young actress will present at tho Opera House on Alomiay, iNov. jutu. ine auu- Th.ir..wicJhco .. MOREITE will present these seats to the lady receiving tue largest sfuny br corro.icmonto. number or votes. Tim nlnn nf vntint? is simnle. All that is required for tho cast w i " " H I MMnne nn nrnnmont was OlltorCU it to this office. mto In the city of Washington. D. C. Inasmuch as there aro sis seats, tue lauy tor wuom me mrKUbt .. . , lay ot Marci,( 1002, he- number of ballots is cast can invito five of her friends to be her B"ests commissioners representing on the evening of November lUtli. tho United states ami tho uiociaw "Tho Lord and Master" is one of the most amusing as well as and Chickasaw tribes ot Indians and : 1 i! p M.ii.n Mn.tnn'o niMiiuilim nml tlm nrndiintinti fivnii bv ratified hy an 11U ot congrcas np . . Inrnvo.l .Til 1 .f02. Unil Clltltlrtd. "All Aiwa urantiy ana uer company . biu iu uc.iUHlD .u - conflrm M ngrcomont Tho ARDMOKKITJ3 will announce tue progress oi me ubhouur ... Choctaw nd Chickasaw each day by publishing the list ot contestants wun mo numucr 01 their votes. 4 4.4mhH":"H"H,4":- m-4-m-j,,j-"J'H"1,,:"J," Arc now located In o U.wn of Ardniorc If vnu liavo nnr (JllKUiNlU lueiiimi', nii. od of treatment. Thcro may 1 (lt.Kor In del.iy. They are -no fc faltps " like mniiv. who tnKe vour moiipy mm mc --v-' have ?"co n S 1 "Armors with tho Intention of y.Jr"? tSStVSS olllce nnd a Sanatarlum, In tho nsar future, which will bo used for treating Uhronic uiseaes, oniy. ,,. suporvlaloo. ,..,.. nf tho nro- ??: inuiiir. ui ;u y.i. Vh.i,V ni rnolihaawllh blm four ilipioinnn onn irwm !SouMnd.h.ve-roifln?rt o 'o from that Mai crom lonillnic apeolallata wnoso iinvnm ,'-, ""., tr.it- r.,, nipt- .t.ni.i.t. fniinllolomiiB nnd haii had oxlenalvo oxperlenoo In tre.m- uk Clironlo illnoani'S. Uorx't Kail to Consult Them. .fci..-.iiii.i lnmt. do you no tarm, Thor will plainly nnu honestly toll jou what to do to KOt relief. . . ... nl..tln.(A Phrnnln niH.H (lint liaVO .K3T.5 B" of ,b0" oM hoi.ele.ao.ae. that other, bare failed to . .,. n,l lll oo.t PROCLAMATION. Board of Health. Dr. J. W. Moffett, city physician; Drs. S. S. Carr. J. W. Smith, Wnltor Hardy; Mayor It. W. Dick t t i '4 s t Torrltory, un l canvass nnd count said votos, and ir.nko proclamation ot tno result." And whoronfl, on Wednesday, Octo ber 1. 1902. nt Atoka, Indian Terri tory, tho hoard of commissioners au thorized hy tho provisions of section 74 of tho nsrecraent, convened nnd canvassed and counted said voteo nnd found tho result to he, ot tho voles cast. 2.140 for tho ratification of tno ngrcomont iv.id 704 for tho rejection ot tho agreement, and Whorcas, a majority o tho votes cast at tho special election of Sop tomhor 25, 11)02, was for tho ratifica tion ot tho ugroomcnt hotweon tho United States nnd tho Choctaw and Chlcknsnw Nntlons as ratified by tho act of congress approved July 1, 1902. Now. therefore we, Gllhort W. nnndidnte for six (G) choice seats at tho Opera House on Mon- of votes cast hy tho legal votors of nukes, principal chlof of tho Choc- . . , 4 1 . , i. .1 ... iJI,nn In I A T. Onlnmnn T llnmhr nft t Intl. r a m in iJhnniaw nnu ijiiichubuw uiuua ww auuu( ouiuiuuu u. numut, muv.. Li I . aiam 1 . T. Voting Coupon, saws ,whon ratified hy congress and This is nvote for ft jjy tt majority of tho wholo numhor no-n Tlnunn on Mon- vnliw nnvt liv tho local votors of tribes of Indians, nnd for other pur noses." und. Whereas, paragraph 73 thorcot pro vides that "This agrcomont shall ho hlndlnK upon tho United States and upon tho Choctaw and Chickasaw Na Hons and all Choctawa and ChlcKa Remember, tho peopl.o you would like to see dead may bo the pall-bear-ors at your funoral. Foley's Honey and Tar .... i r , j tor cntiuren,saic, sure, no opiates. day, November 10th, for the performance of Miss Ilelon Grant- ly, in Martha Murton'8 comedy Her Lord nud Master." Write tho namo of your favorite on the lino above aud bring or send this coupon to tho ARDMOREITE ofllco before G P. M. o'clock, Saturday, November 8th. You Need Blanhs Tho Ardmoreite keeps on -hand quantities of tho following blanks MORTGAGES, BILLS OP SALE, QUIT CLAIM DEEDS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS,! AFFIDAVITS. DEEDS OF TRUST, PROOFS OF SIGNATURE, I'ltOTEST RLANKS, MINERAL LEASH, RENTAL CONTRACTS and NOTES. Vnu can bnv them cheaper than yon can afford to write them. Address TnE ARDMOREITE. A BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP FREE. "Thcro is a tldo in the affoalrs ot mon, which, taken at tho flood, leads on , .nn wn n irn nir to make th s year tno turning point, m uiu mo ot somo enorgotlc, bright, hustling boy or girl. You well understand that today tho real man Is tho man ot business, and you know, too, that almost every lino ot honest work In, tho worm is open 10 women, now umuiuuv from a fow yenra ago! Now, hero Is a plan that will placo at your com mand a flrst-class business education, fit you for earning a good salary or equip you for tho successful management ot any ousiness cniorpnou. uu It Is so simple, so easy, and such pleasant employment, mat. no youuB umu or lady can afford to lot It pass. To tho porson sending us tho lnrgcst list ot annual subscribers to tho Weekly Ardmorcito uy mo isi uny ot incum ber, 1902, wo will send a paid up scholarship In tho Southwestern Business TTnivnreiiv nf Oklahoma city. This 'ollego has been established for a num hor of years and has every equipment nccossarr to Impart n thorough busi ness education. Its teachers nro mcnot training in ineir vunuua nuuu ui work and you aro glvon your choice ot book-keeping and hanking or sten ography. Theso courses lncludo thorough training In penmanship, spelling, letter writing and English. no not hoaltnto: enter tho contcs today, aeo your menus, aiuuy oi iuuiu who aro reading tho papor now will renow for a year. Another featuro of tho contest Is, You got goou pay xor overy uour u work whllo earning tho scholarship. Wo will gtvo you 1C cents for overy nnnunl subscrlbor, or In other words, for ovory subscriber you remit us 85 - 1 1 t . in cents, and keep tho IB centB to pay you tor your time, oampio comeu win bo furnished you. Bo tho first In your town or neighborhood to tako up tho work. Suroly you can send In as many as twonty subscribers. Fill out this blank tonight and mall It to us. . . a . DR. KINC'S try NEW DISCOVERY FOR THAT COLD. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. r!iiroRf!nnRiimntion.GouBrhB Colds. Bronchitis, Asthma rnoumonia,myl ever,rieu risv. LaGrinne. Hoarseness Sore Throat. Crouo and "Whooping Cough. unRimr. NO PAY. , VlcsCOc. andSI. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. tin- manner following: Tho principal al socrotary ot tno unociaw iNaiiou; c. .ef of the Choctaw Nation and tho Palmer S. Mosoly, governor ot tho govorn'or ot tho Chickasaw Nation Chickasaw Nation; J. Ij. Thompson, shnll, within ono hundred and twonty national socrotary of tho Chickasaw days aftor tho ratlllcation of this Nation, and Tarns Blxby and Thomas agrcomont by congross, mako public ll. Needles, mourners or mo coramis- nronlamntion that tho sarao shall uo sion to uio nvo uivwzcu iriucs, ou- votcd upon at any spcclnl election to Ing a hoard ot commissioners duly bo hold for that purposo within thirty authorized thorcunto, uo ncrouy maKo days thereafter, on a certain dny proclamation that tho agreement ot therein named; and nil malo cltlzons March 21, 1002, between tho United of each ot tho said tribes quallllod to States ana tno unocinw anu unicna voto under tho tribal laws shall havo saw tribes of Indians as ratlllcd by a right to voto nt tho election precinct an net of congress of tho United most convonlont to his residence, Htntcs, approved juiy i, iau-', anu en whether tho samo ho within tho titled "An act to ratify and confirm bounds of his trlbo or not. And If an agreement with tho Choctaw and this agreement ho ratified by said Chickasaw trlhcs of Indians and for tribes nfor'cBuId, tho dato upon othor purposes," has been duly ratified tvlilnl, an lil nlnntlnn lit hold Rhall bo by tho citizens ot tho Choctaw and deemed to )io tho dato of final ratlfl- Chickasaw Nations at a special clcc cation." tlon ,l0l(l for th,s Purposo In thoso a,i uiimrnnu Mm nrinrinni phlof of two nations on Thursday, September tho Choctaw Nation nnd tho governor 25, 1902, and as so ratified, such agree- of tho Chickasaw Nation did on Aug- mont hecamo onccuvo ai u o ciock, ust 20, 1002, Issuo their Joint proclama- mid night, Septomber 25, 1002. tlon calling a special election to bo in testimony whereof, wo, ns mom- hold In tho Choctaw and ChlckaBaw bors of n board of commissioners duly Nations on Thursday, Septombor 25, authorized thorcunto by tho 71th para 1002, for the purposo ot voting upon graph of tho agreoment abovo rcforrod tho nbovo referred to agrcomont bo- to, havo hereunto sot our hands nnd twoon tho United Statos and tho seals at Atoka .Choctaw Nation, In Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, and dlan Territory ,on this tho first day ot Whoroas, on Thursdny, soptorcuor ucioDor, a. u., i-ju--. 26,1002, thoro was hold a special cloc- (Signed) Q. W. DUKES, tlon In tho Choctaw and Chickasaw (Seal) Principal Chlof Choctaw Na .... . . ..... .i. .1 Nations in accorunnco wuu mo tlon, proclamation Issued hy tho principal (Signed) SOLOMON J. HOMEIt, chief of tho Choctaw Nation and by (goal) Nationnl Secretary Choctaw THE ARDMOREITE, Ardmore, I. T. I deslro to enter tho contest for th scuoiarsuip in uio ouuiuweumru Buslnoss Unlvorslty at Oklahoma City Pleaso sond mo sample copies and tho necessary blanks for sending In names and making remittances. Vours vory truly, (Name) (Postofflce) YOUNG & HEINTZ, DALLAS TEXAS. Machinery, Mill I Gin Supplies . . High Grade Belting a opcciany. ""Write lor what you want? tho governor of ths Chickasaw Nation for tho purposo of voting upon tho agroomont heroin roforrcd to, and Whereas, paragraph 74 of tho said agreement provldos that "Tho voles rnnt In both tho Choctaw and Nation. (Signed) P. S. MOSELY, (Seal) Governor Chickasaw (Signed) J. Li. THOMPSON, (Seal) National Socrotary saw Nation, Nation. Chlcka- Chickasaw Nations shall bo forthwith (signed) TAMS UIXBY. i . . 1 .1..1 flA.llflnil Sif trtn I n..t m (Seal) Member Commission to Flvo Civilized Tribes, (Signed) T. B. NEEDLES, (Seal) Member Commission to Flvo Civilized Tribes. the tho rnfiirn mi nml dulv certified by tho nrcclnct officers to tho national sccro tarlcs ot said trlhcs ,ond shall be pro sented by said national secretaries to a board of commlsslonors consisting of tho principal chief nnd tho national secretary of tho Choctaw Nation and jjjVun jn u thorny path a man can tho Eovernor nnd national secretary of a Vold stonnlnc on all tho thorns. Mm fihlcknsaw Nation nnd two mora- im nf iho commission to tho Flvo Slnco you must havo a stovo, why civilized Tribes: nnd said board shall tot havo tha test? That's the Buck moot without dolav at Atoka. Indian stove, sold by NOBLE BROS.