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smxEY SCOCS, Proprletcr ntered at the PoatouVe ai Ardawr as SUm Mfl Matter reber X I- Pubttiked Every Afternoon (earept StsrdST. asd Sunday OSce oT Pabtteatiea: North Washing tea Street . STTBSCRIFTiOX RATES: Oae week One xasath JS Jd Ob year ts. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of tie United States Court tor Southern District Isdtaa Territory: V f7 f Ceickajaw Stock Association of t-e tadiaa Territory, aad tie oScUl orgaa of the city. TIME TABLE. Guff, Colorado d. Santa Fe RaHway. (Southbound) GOTMtos & Ciicare Bx?...3:W-a-Clefcurae ; K. C. Exp 4:.5p-S3. (NorthbocJ) , Gaivestoa k. CbJcaga Exp. .12:15 sa debarae t. K. C Exp ll:ita.m. Choctaw, OUahCRi and Gulf RaHway. Arrive at Ardmore 1:15 P- Leave Ardiaore 2: p. m. Local freight carrying passengers also. No tnlu ca Sundays. AH United States naBs dote 34 alsute prior to trala Use. DAVID RED FIELD. P. M. Ttnr. ef United States Court. At Chlckasha Begins Monday. Sep tember 23. 1S2. aad Monday, Febru ary 1C. VtZ, aad costlsues ia session At Ryan Begias Monday. October 15. 1M2. aad Moaday. March z. iw, and coatiaaea la session tea days. At Psxrcell Begias Thursday. Octo ber 23. 152. wad Thursday. March 12, ya. aad continues la seiilca tea days. At Pinls Valler Begias Monday, November 3 awl Monday. March 23, 1W, aad continues la teuton four weeks. At Ada Beslaa Monday. December L, im. aad Monday. April St. 1Sb asd continue ic eesoiOB one week- At Tttftouaiaso Begins Monday, De cember S. 1SI. asd Monday. April 27. 1MB. aad mtlaiM to niatoa om week. At Ardsaore Begtea Monday. De cember It. IKrt. aad Moaday .J:y 4. 1S3. aad coatiaaea la sssoloa eight weeks or longer. If you tara la a Mr alarm by tele phone, doa't call for the fire depart in eat, bat tell "Central" wbero the Are la. L. C. SLAUGHTER, Chief. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any per aon which may be printed In the Ard xnorelte, or any article based on re ports that are false will be gladly cor rected If brought to the attention of the publliher. Use the Long-Dlatance Telephone an t.M up PHOVW NO. 5. If you vrrjit the Ardmorelte. Ardmorr, Wednesday, Jan. 7. The call for the Oklahoma City con Tention asked for 1.000 delegate, but 2.000 made response. The Indian Territory la proud of the honors conferred upon her cltlzena la the joint contention with Oklahoma. lt only a matter of a few weeks until actlYe Interest will be ahown In the April election. Candidates for va rious offices haTe already begun to tell their friends that they will be out for rotes. The Mount Starling (Ky.) Advocate published at W. C. Kendall's od home chronicles the vlU of Mr. and Mrs. W C. KoodaJI to that town andiros a half cohnaa to a decrlptife write up of ArdaMre. - ' ' . ' The ose thousand people from the Indian Territory who wore In Oklaho ma City yesterday were aot there for mere pleasure Buslnes of vital lm portance proenpted them to leave their oOces aad workshops tor be day The object of their visit, to coach It in few words, is to reader what sr flee they coald In secvii&c for tbe Indian Territory "a white man's gi ernmenL" We want heate :! -. schools aad roads. We waat tbe -of a state government to eaable Li people to develop the agricultural land. to make tRles to property o . ,. ' striking at the vitals of the country and the atcshers of congress who stand la oar way are making a sacri fice of tbe saeaas of progress In or der to the asore perjctly mature their political schoaves. Prot-pecu far us are brighter than they were before the conventtoa. Great good mutt inevit ably retail Unconscious from Croup. During a sudden and terriblo attack of croup our little, girl waa uncon scious from strangulation, says A. I 8pofTord. postmaster. Cheater. Mich, and a dose of One Minute Cough Cure was administered and repeated ottcn. It reduced the swelling and Inflamma tion, cut the mucous, and shortly tho child waa resting easily and speedily recovered. It cure coughs, colds, la grippe and all throat and lung troiiblf.a!tInn, One Minute Cough Cure llagcru In theT' throat and chest and enables the lungs to contribute pure, health-giving oxy gen to the blood. City Drug Store. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ! k --ciiT of and tv a '. wtrmTT-x" fst mt tht jwf lfJ wa dcasoOni lb Mattel; hi anttod f the uaiaurT thasdnatU eenrt of an4laa. wUek wa ax inaaai to )ar umtm T ttr "tere. Tbe Uadted States bad tfce i 'ttartt of barlatg tbe flrst eae beftirt 'bit K wxs wbat waj ltawwa a Mbe fmd cxm. tanvtrtag eiatos of sJcs of tbe UaKed States agalast Mexlo. As awrd ks iiw of the Calted States ter fljmjH was gtrea by Lie Mgh caari. wbsrh was graeefotty aerepted by tbe Mexfc-aaw. Astber ease wade we bad before tad eert asd wMeb was settled ta owr faror was tbe data of Asicf tat tal sWben agaftstK Rjssata for uslaw fad selara Is Bsinltig mo, eJut years ago. Oaty abt IIM.M w tsrrwlred. bat Oe mMm Matted ta- prUat qeestlaats of Tralaaaty aad saltag rlgbts ta bJtbrt U parted aa- rtae territory. SCSI aswtber eajw of arbKrxiloa ba wblek tbks cooitry was terotred was the SasBoaa dlsoote ott Geraoasi dalaa for V annuity growtog oat of tbe laadiag of Asaericaa aad Brtttok Boariaes at Apia sooae years ago. Klog Oscar of Sweden was tbe arbitrator aad tbe Tordtct was agatast tbe coo- teatJoa of tbe Uatted States aad Great Brttata. taoogk tbe aioeoat tarotred was eoatpa ..:VTty taoigalaeaat aad tbe ooteloa reodered was aot regard ed as forartag a arecedoat for tbe fa tare action of this eoostry. With tbe exeepUoa of tbe IsdeaaaKy riaisa of Mksa BUea Stoae agataet Bal garia aad tbe reaaote pe4ofbt1tty of bo- tag drawa la to coaatct with Oarjaaay aad Oroat Britala oroc tbe Vi laa aSair. tbe rataUoaa of Um TJaKed Statos. diatom Ue aad atberwto. ate frieadly. Tats frioadlteeas baa boea eabaaeed by tbo rtt to that coos try dortaa; tbe yoar of Prtee Hoary of Praosbu Oraad Dako Boris of Raoata, tbe crown prince of Staai. Sir Charles Bereaford of tbe Brttbsh adastraltj aad particularly by Use eoaoaag ad dis- tiaffaiahed FTeacbaaoa far tbe aarei las; of tbe Rocbaaabean Btoaaaaeat at "isfatairtoit in recogalttoa of tbe aid g4Tea us la tho otittaalo lor aatioaal iadopwadeace. iBtcraaiiaaua eonHy was farther stroagtbetlM by the sead bar of a special eEabaoay to the coro- tioa of KtoK Edward f Eaglaad aad the riait of OeaoraJa CorMa. Yoang aad Wood U Barope. As eeat ef special gratifies lioa to tbe rlTiliaed world waa the eadlsg of the Boer war la May last after searty three years of armed coafteC tbe atost persleteat aad cosUy la blood aad treaaare ta receat history. WKb tbe re-establtabBMBt of peace ta Soath Af rica the world Is withoat war of aay ceasMorable proportloas for tbe first time la assay years. Of coarse there are disorders In rartoas parts of the world. sch for Instance, as tbe up rising of tbe Mad Mollah against British rale la S&xaoiUand. our own dineulUes la the Philippines, the op pression and denationalization of the Finns by Russia, aad the situation In Yeaeauela. but these may not yet be regarded as attaining the proportions of actual war. For the moment at least the passing of 1?2 and the Wrth of ISO se the world practically at peace VENEZUELA NOTES. The ravotattoalftt woa a signal vic tory over govtraaioat force aear Car acas Saturday algae MteleUr Bowaa adrSt Wasfabsgtoa that Castro la sondy beoot by tbe rev olatloaao troubles. Alliea have aot yK replied to Cas tro's proposition Aasorlraa latere la. VaaozueN are otowtegr 'eUv oa acaoaat of tar btodnde, f An undergo adlag waists aetweea "-t Britala aad Coraaaay M lgr ' ratioa MotMiaBM Is IIn earr- at oi tbe blockade. The Oenaaa oflkriaJ riesv is to ba j action ua Ca straps part by a abort blockade. Amihr iIamaab amIc 1 .... . tlrai Kol or Vesnerarta. Haracaa will lodgo a protest with Ua cb- Sam against '.mil adiag powers. at by Mock- Neura Carrier Tataatened. waihiagtoa. Jaa. Potasaawor Oeaoral Payo recoived ialorsaatioa today tha- a outs of vht dUseac of Itoenr. a . last aigat orderod Cbas. JaekMa. a agro auil carrier, aot to ntara wHh tbe asall oa his roui- aad tbreatraed bias with death ia case be nut aot head tbecr tetaacUoa toov t tbe carrier was tbe roaaoa ittea ; tbe puw U was reportel ai caee to tbe auitl authoritlea aad Priofice laaae:tor I-tera of the NVw Ortoaas dlvisia has been dlspatehed to Oirard Mb orders to make a- thorough iareatlga- Ardmore coal gets better all the time.' Phone yoarlorder to Lildliw 4' mm TWO TERRITORIES IN CONVEN TXN FAVOR NELSON BILL. Henry L Forma n cf Ardmere Made a Rlnjaraf Speech Indian Terri tory Made Magnificent Show ing with LOO0 Delegates. Oklahocsa City. Ok. Jaa. S. Flf tea hundred delegates ta the Boa-par-tisaa stagte stateboad cosveatloa te algbt adopted a series of rcselatloas aacorponUag those adopted at Clare- aaore la Peeeaaaer. aad gotag evea ror tbor ha aafclag for tbe passago of tbe Xetooa sftagJe staleheed bOL They accepted tbe aMeraatrre tea- dered by tho advocates of tbe etaafaai Ml! or aetbtag. TVe ret obi lions ton tada tk statoaaeat that tbe people of tbe two territories prefer that there should t- ao aateiboed IsgltlaUoa rath er taaa that tbe onaibwj bill thewM Thai statoateat was. greeted with great apphuaee: tbe Msttsaest of tbe coeveatloa waa aaaateoas ia this rcopoet. The oaty aaatter over wWcb tbt was aay eoatioreraf was tu to tbe propriety of the statoaieat that aawbar oae has oaoogh aroa par a state. Tbe aaaaber of dlecats oa poatag this stiatesaoat was MaalL Tbe caareatloa was eosaposed of a body of avea. Both of the groat po- Utioal parties jr repretoatod. aad there were ladhtos atoagatoe tb aab faeas. ladlaac took a proailaaat part hi tao orgaafsattoa of the eoaveattoa It waa the largest stag ttatoaood cuaveatioa yet aoM. At 1 o ctock thla attoraooa tbe dot- egatea to tbe coaveaUoa paraded tbe streou of OalahoaM. Taera ward thaa 1.5) aaea ht liae. Tatey aad five brass bauds, froaa Chlrkawaa. Xus- koaae. Okmulgee. Daaeaa aad Okla hoana City, reapectrvely Many uahrue tadaa wre worn. Partielpaata in the pror-f ion were quite eathaalaatic and they were greeted with cheers aloac tbe liae of march At tbe coa tiusioa of Use parade tbe Territorial caucaaes were held separately Territory bad about deleeates proscat aad Okieboaua coo. J. a. Tay lor of wyaaewood. cbainaaa of tho slagie statehood executive coauaittee. waa asade cbalrasaa of the Iadau Ter ritory eaaca aad Praak M. Bailey of Cblrkaeaa wcretarr. Tbe coavaatloa aseaiblod at o'clock la the opera bouse, fitliag It to Its capacity Photographs were takaa to be seat as aa exhibit to Washing toa for tbe eollghteaaaeat of Seaator Qaay. Reports froaa tbe sbvwed tbe f Blowing aoaUaated : ittc tesapordry cbairmaa. Joaa F. Panaer of Pawhuska, Ok., who is Sioux Indian, now a mesaber of the Osage nation; for temporary secretary, H. B. Johnson of Chlekasha, I. T. a full blood Chickasaw; for permanent chairman. Gideon Morgan of Taahle- quah, I. T a half Cherokee: for per- aaaent screUry, Jesse O. Dunn of Alva. Woods county. Ok.; for assist aat permanent- secretary. J. H Kana gay of Chandler, Ok. Tbe eoareatioa opened with aa la vocation byRer. Grant A. Evans, pres Went of Henry Kendall college of nvn. u u. Jones, mayor of Oklahoma City, delivered an ad dross of welcome on the part of the city. It was he who suggested send lag the photographs to Senator Quay. S O. Hapsaaa. protMeet of the Okla' hosaa chamber of cotasaerce. welcocn ed tbe delegates la the name of the baalaosa interests of Oklahoata. de clarta: that IS aer cnt of the 2M eatrrariw aad the 7M ladlvidaale joprasoated by that orgaalaation are lv atagle statehood, and that evea the saaoksatacks of the city protest cataat separative froca the lad tan Tarrtlary. which has the coal fieMc. rtoa. naary M. Furmaa of A rd asore reaaoadod oa beeaK of Indian Turrl tory. asaklag an address which was froanoatly aaterrapted by eathaslas- Uc aaplaasa. In e2ct he asked the OttaSosaaas to put themselves la the atao of ibe Indian Territory aad say waetaer taey would submit to dls- aaaaberatent of their territory. H de dared that the people of the Indian Tcrttory regarded the emnibas MN a political hell and would rather ao legislation oa statehood waa pasted QvBit to taat aw. Hob. William m Joaklas. ex-governor of Oklahoma, ta behalf of that territorr He declared that K bad been coateat pkated froai the time the people of the ,,mU" Ttritory first asked for the Paiag of the lands now emUr" la Oklahoata that a of the original auiaa Territory would be embraced oae state. He believed it hA oeea the Intention of congress aR aioag to give the two territories tin B atalobood. The present ooncrB may do It. If cot, then thia coriyen, tWn sbouM'bo repeated and the tCgn. for single statehood kept up. "Ir. Parmer, the' temporary chairman. j t ed aa -va-. a Tle spok-- r-03i 'ni'ar s'sir-iprirc'. ! ji-.-c t.x ' PV'm T 'h Terri. jrj haJ V a misrepresected Indtaaa. he said wer the deeteade" - '"- that ware t.M ba : .r.try i daanovert-! t; th wtit- sias and tao wbMo people of the Territory ware tho best people la tbe whole Saad: Am people, be doclared, bad beua sled by Seaator Quay. It dosed with a tribute to tbe Aasorieaa ftag. aaylsg h hoped k would soon have aaatber star aad be unfurled from the top of aaother eapltoL Seeretry JobnoB aad Assistant See rstary Kanagay assaaed their post- Uoas by merely statiag that they en dorsed the sentiaMaU uttered -by Mr. Paraer. Licensed to Wed. John Randolph aad Matte Walt Ovwak. Mm H. Walker aad Ira 11 Bateg. Buruf rflae. Sbsrlbe for the Axdmorelte. LOCAL MARKETS. (By Porter Staples.) The following are the prevailing prices paid for produce today: Wheat No. 2. 7c: So. 3, CSc Ouu lac to 4 Sc. Hay l$JeiM. Corn Sc to Wc. Sweet potatoes S66f per buhel Irish potatoes Sic per bu. Poultry. ((By WflMaa Kewtaan.) Ducks Per dosoa tZM. Hens Per docen 5I.M. Prylag ehiekeaa JLM, tM Esse Par doaca SCc Batter 90 to SSe per pound. Turkoys Oroaa c. Oaeos Pall-fuathored, per daaea Live Stock. ' (By Cold sKOEBfia MsxseO Fat cows, groos cwt l.00dj! H rat calaajr to it.Ot Fat ahocv. per head . to Fat hoes (cross) 1M lbs. . H.PuCl Wood Par cord. If to ISM. Ard asore coal SIM par toa. Hat lndlun Children. East ladtaa caibirea froai tbolr tea- dereet years are asore carefully trained in carta ia mtpectt by their aaothfr than the caMrea of tbe aaost drBtocd peopSoj Tbe lanaaiwt tbe youaeeat ba by eeatees aurttos Its lips are dosed by Ks another. If tbe baby does not keep tbean dosed, she ues mechanical means rigidly aad evea cruelly. When the ba by Is put to sleep. It ia strapped oa ta a board, Ks bead slightly raised aad rte cola Knvured. ivbleb tends to kep the aouth shut. Tbe result is that when the teeth are fonnla; and makia? their firet appearance they meet and eon tin Bally feel oae another. Thus tbe? take their relative posUioas and that health ful and pleasing regularity that elves to the American Indian as a race the most manly and beautiful mouths In the world. 5et Mock ( a Shewa&aa. The showman a little boy had a Xoha ark which he examined with some contempt. "Savr he exclaimed at last. "Xoah wasn't much of a feller, was bel" It was ratrgested to the youngster that rtoaa succeeded m gatnertng to gether a pretty good menagerie. "Goodr exclaimed the boy scorn fuMy 'iloli! Where's the two bead ed calf and the six legged soat and tbe Isbthyosaurus and the eiegianto pard and the raagaldotelope? Why. if Noah nt up is a showman in these days he couldn't make expenses." -He couldn'tr "Of course be coukln'L Why. say. be didn't neve a thing In his ark ex cept animals that 'actually exist" Brooklyn Eugle. Sbrllrr Uked Plnm. The poet Shelley was walking one day In Lundoa with a respectable so licitor wLe-u Sbeitey suddenly Tanlshed and soon after as suddenly reappeared. He bad entered the shop of a grocer and returned with some plums, -which he offered to the attorney with great delight Tbe nun of fact was as much astonished at the oSer as She! ley was at bis refusal. War br Baior TVna Dolt. "I weader what wakes my raxor so duH." sabl a man. looking at the blade he bad to can-.'iu.y sharpened only a day ur two tofnre. Wb;. father.- spoke up little John nle. playing marbles on the Soor. "it was Just beautiful and sharp noly this morning when 1 made my wtwlen boat with It." Election Notice. OSce of Ardmore National Bank. Ard more. I. T, Dec 13. 1SI5. A meeting of the stockholders of this bank- wfll be held Tuesday, Janu ary 13. 1&3. at the banking house, be tweea the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. aad i o'clock p. nx, for the purpose of elect ing nlnt directors to aerre the ensuing year. LEE CROCK, Cashier. An adjourned meeting of the stock holders of the Indian Trust company will be held at the same place, oa. the same date and- between tho same,, hours for theelfctioQ of directors, G. WTOART. Secretary First published 'Dec ll.'l5(ri,3 t. A KING S POEM. H -. V 1. Jinn I. f ! n Ikek Snanl In Bailon. As !n -: vutusue in the Boston T : -;- H Hfluta lame's -Be-a i y to tbe at veatuealh ctt.-:.i l.ih "s owned by Jsjaes I. ti biddaaa kiag who was m largely Mapoasible for tbe publication of the aeecptrd rerstoa of tbe Holy Bible. Tbe bw I the arrt Ba?Uh traaaia- tloa of tw- tarat Freara aatbor aau r.as asade by Joaa Florio. a frlead of ay of tbe faasoas BttanbethaB writ- era. toctadia? Slaatespeare anwu. who drew several ssgst!oBS from Its pages for weM known passages In his plays. Tbe IlMtan Hbrarr roar Has a raou- rm tuMme. but the aaclent fir leaf la preferred on which Is written the tU- lowlag poem, to Ktag Jamer auto graph-. Her rtfc I aakSt ta the aaatstate r lt kb a aVaA4ti O tr&M tbt Aiairce. trk tbe AbBycfctW'i O Mt oa m tnj rebe tnrom lord TWtt antest eace BMre bm ia thr t And as ar i u sHI tar nerHM. law eacravc The queer words and aaotat speHlag are tsaaracterMIc of early Scotch poe try, traita Kiag Jaates. as a Scoteb- aa hnawrtf. took great dellgat to wrKlae. aad fwrhaps the average reader wmH bare aa saore tiiacuKy la dtdpher- tag tbe royal aaea Blag thaa la aaaklag eat a page ia a xaoderu Seat eh dialect novaL LJqold Ozrcen. Llaaid oxypea wbea Sr?t fersaed is nsilky la appearaare owiag to the pres- eace of soate isapurKy which may be roasvved by passtog it through ordi aary alter paper. Wbea pare, K is of a pale Mae color, waica. aowever. u aot doe. as socae aav thoaghL to the preseaee of liquid oaoae. which is of a dark biae cotor. L4aaM oxygen Is a nonconductor of electricity, bat is strongly Bsagnetic. It nsny W Ufted from a cup by pruernung the pole of a strong eievtro magnet. 11 en to bar very sUs-ftt cbesotcal aetitity. stare It will rstinguurh a lighted avitch aad has ao art too on a piece of ptas pfjoraa dropped Into It. It fas won known that the A and B liar of tbe toiaf spectrum are doe to oxTgeu. and from exprrlSBMte on tbe top of Mont ItJaac It is ttiouaht tbey are larsjely if aot whoUy due to tbe osyuea la ibe earth' atmoapfcere. Profeaaor Desrar sbnwed that thee lines com out very strorg wbea liquid oxygon as later posed la tao path of the rays froai an electric lamp. Tae Forcelrarnot. Krerybody knows tbe pretty Utile feretaaeaot aad Ukee tbe Bower snore perhaps bora at of tu bbbm taaa its beaaty. How was K so called r The Germans account for It by quite a pa thetic romance. It eeesos that once up on a ttaae a knight and a tody were walktog by tbe bank of tbe Daaube wbea tbe latter akd her "gallant gay" to plack for her a Uay blue flower which be mw growlag in tbe stream. Ne Moaer said than done, but the knight. ov.Tbalandnr. fell tote tbe riv er and. owkag to the slippery nature of the bank and tbe weight of his own ar mor, was carried away by tbe current. As he threw the flowers adhere to his lady be cried out with his hist breath. "VergUs mein tnchtr (-Forget me not.") And ever since the Cower has been looked upon as the cscblcm of fidelity. London Police Method. ThU is the modus operandi of Lon don's police: Two citizens engage In a i tree t fight; crowd gathers to see the mill; four "bobbtes" appear, working their way through the press with a "by your leave" or "kindly let me pass;" they have neither billies nor guns. Two seize each combatant, leading him aside with no rough bands and arguing thns la chiding tones: "Aren't ye 'shamed o ye'sdft What's the good o' flgbtin"? Leave scraps to dogs. Now. run along an' behave ye'sdf. There's a good chap." These word are accompanied by a pat on the shoulder and a gentle shove away frosn the scene of conSSct. Rarely Is there an arrest A brutal dubbtng Is uaknawn. The London po lice are peacemaker. New York Press. Moilen Etiquette. All true Moslems when eating must begin with salt and flalsh with vine gar. If tbey begta with saK. they will escape the contagion of Ferenty dis eases. If tbey finish with vinegar, their worldly prosperity will continue to increase. Tbe host Is In etiquette bound to be the first to start eating and the last to leave off. Tooth pick lag Is considered an act of grace In the true Moslem, for the angel Gabriel Is reported to have brought a tooth pick from heaven for the prophet after every meal. The priests recite certain passages of the Koran beforx and after lnnch and dinner, and also before drinking water at any hour of the day. A Xew CleHenl Order. An Oxford correspondent writes: "A friend of mine, a rector In this neigh borhood, told me the other day the fol lowing: He was preparing some boys for confirmation and asked one of them what were the three orders in the Church of England, to which he re ceived the reply. 'Bishops, priests and demons, and on my friend making him repeat his answer to see If he bad mis taken him tbe same reply was made." Westminster Gazette. ' Tbea He Col Vtad. "Ye, air." said Mr. O.illneber. "it waa funny enough to make n donkey laugh. I laughed till 1 rritt!." And then, as he saw a smile go rounl lb room, he grew red In tbe face and wint away angry. London Tlt-Ilits. Some. people seem to think you ought to pay rent for the place you occupy In thtlr daily- thouhtf-' Cnk'scaNiO. WANT COLUMN. AdverttseaMBU under thia awul win be received 'at the rate of Are IS) eeaU per line. No advertls nient rcetved for Iea than Uteen (i; cento. Special awnthly rates fur DMied on application. The notice may contain any matter of "Lost, "Found." "For RenL" "For Sale." "Stolen." "Strayed." or any purpose without display lines. WANTED. WANTED Position a teacher, tea years experience, teacher's diploma. J. H. Kelso, Gainesville. Tex. R. F. D. No. 2. Mt WANTED Five young men from Ardmore at once to prepare for po sitions li the government service, i.pply to !uter-Stat Correa. InaL, Cedar Rapids, Ia. ' Uan2S. fOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished house, close In. to reat to gentleman and wife tor board of myself and child. Or will reat nicety furnished room. Mrs. Ltegaa, at Luks music house. 6-if FOR RKNT Three unfurnished rooms. Apply 518 N. Caddo SL S-C TOR SALE A few choice milk cows with young calves. Call at I. T. Wagon Yard O. G. Warren. G-Ct. SLUMP IN LEATHER G 0ODS Loot; tug b&nittc plete ia ever? reap with lined, bridlee aad collars for " .' '. How's that price for bolt day bargains. We bare all other kinds of haruee and saddles too tbet will be sold equally as cheap. L. J. .JOHNSON The Saddler. Wnf Mi St, - AriBm, I. T. s5 CrMU laaaaf--e I H m saaaw n i v , aa . 31 We Have Sold more than 200 Vearar Op, in the Indian Territory, and every one hM Riven Kntislac tion. If you wnt h fif5t-(te, tlijl ye fep. be sure y examine t ! e "WEAVER" before bu.t ioti any other. We buw other rnaku, too, and liiivc them ot all imres. Write for-CataloRue and P.;c , - ArdaiXire, I ml, Ttr. S18