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AN IMPORTANT MEETING.
Believed that an Amic.T-ie Settlement Will Be Made. St. IyOtils. Jan. C Tho nicotine of 200 delegate representing the Broth erhood of Railway Trainmen and the prdor of Railroad Conductors of Wuat-1 ern roads, to ask for a twenty ycr cent. In eroasO In wnRCR, was of n nccrct nature, and Just what 1ms been accomplished Is conjectural. Railroad officials Bay that no overture!) wcio mado them today. President Ramsoy of the Wabash on leaving New York tonight said that up to the time of his departure he had heard nothing from tin trainmen. Tho trainmen will continue tholr ses sion tomonow. More than 200 dele Kates on tiystems north and south nnd west of Chicago nre today, by npolnt mcnt, meeting tho general managers or these reads In respect to the ulti matum presented December 30, last, asking for a twenty per cent. Increase In wages. Organizations aro working together for the doslred Increase, nnd tho committee Is recognized by the railroad officials. J. I). Qllnic. chairman of tho Mis souri division, llrothcrhood of Railroad Trainmen of the Cotton Rolt Bystom, stated that the prospects for a satis factory agreement were very assuring. "Tho general managers hnve met our advances In tho best spirit; there Is no suggestion of a strike, and we hope to odjust matters without any Jar or friction. "Tho Joint committee of each order will meet with tho various general managers throughout tho day nnd af ter tho separate conferences wo will meet In general conference. "Tills move affects thousnndB of train aorvlco employes on roads south nnd wost of Chicago. We. baso our domand on tho Increased prosperity of tho country, which has so boneflted tho railways. This rush of tramo means Increased labor for us; tho cost of living has gone up, nnd wo think It no more than Just that our wages should also go up. The que tlrin of hours will not bo raised at this time. "If only a part of the ronds accedo to tho now scnlo wo will remain until all como to an ngrcoment. "If tho demands are generally ac ceded to they can becomo effective Foliruary 1. Every Bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Warranted. Wo guarantco overy bottlo of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy and will re fund tho money to nnyono who Is not satisfied after iiBlng two-thirds of tho contonts. This Is tho best remedy In tho world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough nnd is pleasant nnd safo to take. It prevonts any tendoncy of a cold to result In pneumonia. For salo nt City Drug Store, V. J, Ramsey and Ardmoro Drug Co. Representative Jenkins, chairman or tho house Judiciary committee. Bnys candidly that the trusts have nothing to fear from this congress. Stnt.-s men might as well bo frank tho iev plo aro finding It out anyhow. A Life at 8lake. If you but know tho splondld merit of Foley's Honey and Tar you would never ho without it. A doBo or two will prevent an attack of pneumonia or la grlppo, It may save your life. Sold by Ronner & Bonner. FOSTER. Special Correspondence. Foster, I.' T., Jan. C Now the holi days aro past and our now yoar'ri res olutions aro mado; those mado a year ago, partially forgotten, and those remombored not half Hyed up to. Health In tho community Is fairly .good, with the exception of a few colds. There Is considerable moving among our neighbors this week. Undo John Chlldors and family havo returned from Vineyard, Texas, whero ho mov d to from hero nbout four years ago. MIbb Dona II. Hunter returned yes torday from a visit nmong friends and' relatlvos at Ardmoro. Dr. Dusbeo of Robberson was doing business In our town Monday. W. M. Cogglns Is visiting his son at Ashdown, Ark. B. O. Martin or Dixie, Masonic grand lecturer, Just closed a weok's lecture to tho Masons of this place, preparatory to organizing. Our school Js progressing nlcoly with nbout CG enrolled. Tho many friends of H. Q. Hausan, engineer L. E. & W. R. R at present living In Lima, O., will bo pleased to know of his recovery from threatened kidney disenso. Ho writes: "I was cured by using Foley's ICldnoy Curo, which I recommend to all, ospecinlly train men who nro usually similarly afflicted," Sold by Bonner & Bonner. Ample precedent exists for tho belief that If Pnt Orowo and Grant Glllett will return and endow a university npllcco, all will bo forglvon. You get nioro for your money In heating and cook stoves at Spraglns' than any other place. Ho soils the Louder and tho Garland. Can you think of better stores? CRIMINAL DOCKET. Setting of tho Criminal Docket for the December 1302 Term. Fallowing Is the criminal dooket as sot for hearing for tho December 1902 Urn. at Aidmoro: Monday, January 12, 1003. James Burton, Inrcony. JaiiK? Dillnrd, murdor. D. B. Bowie, manslaughter. Llsh Uradburn, murder. Lnhon McKlnncy, forgery. Sam and Isaac Reed, manslaughter. Oano Eads, nolle prossc, embezzle ment. Roy Carter, I-arcony. George R. Tucker, Newt Gann and Dawdy Tucker, murder. Tuesday, January 13, 1903. Jim Brown, larceny. Mack Franklin, larceny. Mack Franklin, lorceny. Dave Crow, larceny. 13. W. FaJrmnn, murder. Lee Galllraorc, murder. Henry Bland, aggravated nssault. N. V. McMllllan, adultery. OtlB Fenoy, murder. CharloB II. Bennett, displacing mort gaged property. Press Butler, malicious mischief. Grant Armstrong, selling liquor. Arthur Alexander, assault to rnpo. Polly Davidson, larceny. John Faust, larceny. Wednesday, January 14, 1903, Bon Powora, James Powers, Berry Husbands and Emmet HuBbandn, lar ceny. Bill Patty larceny. Mint Pattls, wenpon. Wm. Keller (asylum), assault to kill. Henry Chllds (crazy), assault to kill. Bob Dovors, larceny. Tom Tlpps, selling liquor. John Law, murdor. Louis Sullivan, larcony. Tom Haley and Joe Myors, larceny, Joe Myers, malicious mischief. Tom Ross assault to kill. Burt Smith, larcony. Tuesday, 'January 15, 1903. Robert Wallace and Houston Wal lace, larcony. Adge Mlllor and John B. Clark, lar cony. Bud Norrls, Inrcony. J. D. Dnlloy, larcony. J. A. Bcntloy, Intercourse female un dor 1C. W. H. Falles, obstructing U. S. mall. B. J. WIlllamB, violation revenue law. Robert Wallace, larceny. John FaiiBt, larceny. W. It. McCrary, embezzlement. J. B. Flnloy, nollo proaao, larceny. Henry Langhorn, larcony. ' R. A. WIlllamB, murder. Friday, January 16, 1903. R. G. Guptlll and Lyman Beard, ma' llclous mischief. James Brownflcld and Ben Kerr, ! larceny. V'm. .1, Crowdus, violating revenue law Coil I'ru'.tt, nollo prossc, introducing liquor. Webster Burton, Intercourse female under 1C. Jerry Day, destroying fence. Earnest Dletman and Charles Diet- man, destroying fence. Gcorgo Matlock, perjury. Georgo Searcy, selling liquor. Saturday, January "17, 1903. J. N. May, obstructing process. Harry F. Hill, manslaughter. Harry F. Hill, manslaughter. Z. H. Doffroin, larceny. T. J. Baum, soiling liquor. John H. Lowo, forgery. Oscar King, perjury. Jnko Bodovltz, nolle prosse, viola' tlon Sec. 2148, R. S. U. S. Deb Barnes, larceny. Honry Ross, larceny. Verner Ladell, disturbing peace. T. Tiers, larceny. Monday, January 19, 1063. Herman Mercer and Fred Clay (to G. J.) murdor. Bon Perry, murder. Tom Aiken, murder. Ben Wright, rbbbory. Emery Lamar, murder. Ben Baxter, assault to rape. Commlsslondrs's cases whoro dofen dnnts aro In Jail, to bo set for Monday 19, Tuesday 20, Wednesday 21, Thurs- day 22. Friday, January 23. 1903. Buster Tyler and Jack Tyler, lar cony. Vomer Ladell, weapon. Tom Beo, selling liquor. Dr. J. Gum, selling liquor. Georgo Smith, manslaughter. Josoph Weiss, nollo prosse, violat ing Sec. 2148, R. S. U. S. Mount Cnte, disturbing peace. Jack Alexander, Leo Komp, C. Mad lock and D. Hogs, larceny. J. F. Greenwood, aggravated nBsault, Jcsso Gunn, assault to kill. Vomer Ladell, Assault to kill. ..Saturday, January 24, 1903. Richard Bolln, assault to kill. John Vlnnrd, weapon. Frod Goldston, disturbing peace. Walter Alexander, dlsturblnr re- llglous. worship. Henry Phillips, selling liquor. Davo Humphries, sslllag llquer, Joo Pulllam, larceny. f VJ. ft. UUlliUl, iV D- UU1I1UI, UUUI1UI, In futures. Georgia Hawkins, murder. Wm. Bnmes, larceny. Dick Haley .larceny rec. ltufe Johnson and G. W. Johnson, nle prttonse. . . Monday, January ?.C, 1803. Jasper Bohnnuon, soiling liquor. John A. Dodd, removing mortgaged property. Wm. B. Slgmnn, embezzlement. B. F. Jones, alias J. S. Powers, for gery. Zan Davidson, falBO pretense. Zan Davidson, falso pretense. Arthur Muzzoll, larceny. Walker George, larceny. Wm. McKcllup, larceny. OBcnr Smith and Easor Reed, re ceiving stolen property. Enscr Reed, selling liquor. J. S. Frazler, selling liquor. P. N. Stiff, selling liquor. Josoph Brawlcy, assault to kill. H. W. Georgo and Wm. McKcllup, forgery. Morris Harris, larceny. , Tuesday, January 27, 1903. Rod Skaggs, larceny. King Simmons, assault to kill. Wash Lewis, Bolllug liquor. Jnmcs Soxton adultery. Georgo Reynolds, nollo prosso, weapon. Will McKcllup. nrson. Wnlkcr George nnd Will McKollup, larcony. Walker George, larceny. Walker Georgo and Henry Mooro, larceny. Walker Georgo and Bud Works, larceny. Walker Gcorgo and Ed George, lar ceny. Walker Georgo larceny. Walker Georgo and Francis Thomp son, larceny. .. Wednesday, January 28, 1903. Curvln Carson, larceny. Joe Burton, larceny. Albert L. Kllllon, woapon. J. A. Sklpworth, aggravated assault. J. F. Bonnett, selling liquor. Clayton Russoll, selling liquor. Jnmos Shnw, larcony. Jim Powell, disturbing peace. U B. Enloc, assault. Clint Woodlngton, disturbing relig ious worship. Pink Smith, malicious mischief. Hugh Faulkner, assault to rape. Iyeonard Bowling, Intercourse fo- malo under 1C. Otto Bowman, nssault to kill. John B. Alkcns, assault to kill. Tom Ward, assault to kill. J. D. Shanks, assault to kill. Tuesday, January 29, 1903. Joo Deaton, disturbing religious worship. Joo Deaton, disturbing worship. Ben Brown, larceny. M. S. Osborn, selling liquor. Buster, Ray .selling liquor. Walter Hill, assault to kill. Frank Hall, weapon. John B. Aiken, weapon. Lum Aiken, weapon. Matt Brown, weapon. Jim .GatnoB, larceny. C. T. Klmbrough; selling liquor. Lum Alklns, selling liquor. Wallaco Williams, aggravated as sault. ' Joo Smith, assault to kill. Tom Brazlel, disturbing pence. J. A. Wllburn and Sam Harris, sell lng liquor. Sam Chocdlc and Joo Colbert, dls turblng peace. John B. Aiken, selling liquor. Friday, January 30, 1903. W. B. Corlow, burglary. Sam Bakor, disturbing reHglous worohlp. ; J. W. SanderB, murdor. Walter C. Vannoy, murdor. Mart Lowroy; murder. Wm. Griggs, perjury. Walter Putty and W. E. Thompson larceny. Arthur McGahee, assault to kill W. R. Hume, weapon: J. A. Hurlburt and Bill Burleson selling liquor. Merton Satterwhlte, selling liquor, Johnson Franklin, soiling liquor1. Joo McFarland, selling liquor. Cairo Christian, selling llqUor. Mult Williams, soiling liquor. J. M. Brown, selling liquor. Mdso Osborn, selling liquor. W. L. Cox, Introducing liquor. J. F. York, Introducing liquor. Jim Johnson, introducing liquor. Wlllard Higgs and John Horribeck, larceny. Saturday, January 31, 1903. W. C. Daniels, larceny. Miss N. E. Checcy (asylum), assault to kill. J. A .Bontley, larceny. James Llttrell, larcony. W. E. Mooro and C. L. Clnrborn, larceny. Jesse Littre'll, larceny. H. N. Jeffries, larceny. Mitchell McKenzIo, adultery. Joo White, nssault to kill. ., ..Monday, February 2, 1903. Chapman, assault to kill. Tom Code, enibozzlomemt. Kdgar Ridge, seduotloa. Saa' Williams", 'weaaea. Bud Austin, weapon. Oren Austin, weapon. Jim Whltmcld, larceny. Jlnf Wllltt field, larceny. Henry Mnrkham, larceny. G. W. Pollock, disposing of mort gaged proporty. Mnlcom Greon, wonpoj. A. B. Newman, larcony. W. S. Arrlngton, weapon. Roland Sknggs, Lames Leo and John Crump, Injury to church house. Jnko Love, weapon. JaBon Holland, aggravated assault. Tuesday, February 3, 1903. J. E. Jeffries, larceny. James E. Hnrdln, larceny. Bill Groomes and Major Hunt, lar ceny. Joo Monkcrs nnd Charloy Faulk ner, disturbing tho pence. Walter C. Vannoy and Peter Mlcklc, murder. Ben Smith nnd Ed Pcnvy, disturbing peace. J. W. Gilliam and Albert Mooro, Sabbath breaking. Wyley Crnddonk disturbing pcaco. Abo Iovo, woapon. Wednesday, February 4, 1903. Bud True, Inrcony. Bud Truo, Inrcony. Bud True, Inrcony. II. II.Bolew, murdor. Jako Lewis, assault to kill. Albert Moore and Annlo Mooro, soil lug Jlquor. Elmor Jones, woapon. Gcorgo Anderson nnd Dick Rags- dalo, selling liquor. Tom Andorson, murder. Henry Oats, selling liquor. Frnnk O. Smith, fnlso pretense Bob Cotton, disturbing peace. Bob Cotton, weapon. ..Thursday, February 5, 1903 T. T. Mllllgan. Inrcony. Jnko Lewis, assault to kill. Jako I.owls , nollo prosso, woapon William Thornton, murdor. Qeorgo Browor, Introducing liquor. Bort Smith', assault to kill. Lum Bohnuon, selling liquor. John Harris, selling liquor. Jay Jonos, larceny. G. T. Senrcy, selling liquor. Albert Porter, nelllng liquor. J. P. Williams, selling liquor. E. L. Molos, Introducing liquor. E. L. Molos, Introducing liquor. N. B. Taylor, Introducing liquor. J. W. Frey, Introducing liquor. Ed Whltford, selling liquor. Friday, February 6, 1903. Ed JohnBon and Jim Shields, assault to kill. Milton Taylor, weapon. Boso Poe, disturbing peace. Boso Poo. adultery. Georgo W. Matlock, arson. W. A. Zumwalt, false protenso. Roy Wheeler, Sam Holly nnd Frank Overstrcot, larcony. E. H. Lanier, exposing obscene pic fures. Chnrley Grover, disturbing pouco, Chnrley Grover, weapon. G. W. Collins, weapon. Rolla Alkln and Will Tanker, turblng peace. Saturday, February 7, 1003. John B. Alkln, disturbing pcaco. J. M. Mooro, shipping game. J. M. Mooro, violating section Lacy act. Lewis Harris, assault to kill. Vernor Stowart, weapon, John Adair, weapon. John Adnlr, tflsturblng peace. Jim Alexander, dlstrublng peace Eastman Howard and Sidney Chnf In, disturbing rellglouB worship. Rolla Alkln, weapon. John Hqwoll, weapon, John MnsBoy and Hill Masscy, troduclng liquor. Dow Brazlel, weapon. Wm, Harrison, larceny. John Dcol, larceny. Wo havo opened a ftisllado of low prices on our stock of Winchester rifles and target guns. Como In and see tho Runs and ask tho price. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO, Cord Wo un Cord wood sawed by steam cheaper than any other mothod of preparing wood. Leavo orders, at ltobborson Ma chinery Co's. Hotel Hampton PSS Oppo.lt. D.pol Rates, $2 per Day Special attention to the travelinc public. ., Newly renovated. Double sample room. .. Bath in connection, free to transmit gueet8. BANNER SALVE thi mbt'hoat, salvo In tho world GUN BUYING MADE EASY. . FT A National Sport. Unule Sum d o. uraKi'B every man to lenra to shoot, nnd to shoot well. Tho ronu wbo knows how to shoot well and owns a cood Run never drags Out weary days, Ho lins the means nnd ingenuity to make n good time out of every dull day. If you haven't a gnn, buy one now whilu we havo mado buying ensv. If the gnu you hnve doesn't enit you, buy one of theso that will. The L. G. Smith Double Barreled Gun, The Lefever Hamnierless Shot Gun. The Winchester Shot Gun. REPEH IN6 RIFLES. TARFET GUNS, Williams, Corhn & Go. OWN A SPLENDID SHOT GUN. Get Married and Pay Only One Profit for Stoves, f ufiriture, Piste, TinMe and Househofd Goods from Hall L H i I lis. East Main St. We also Repair Stoves; Exchange New Goods for old and have a big stock of slightly dam aged Rented Goods and Drummers Samples fo sale, cheap. No harm to get our prices. The Ardmoreite Fnr!lrs,Glfsf dls - i C, O. & Q. R. It. MEMPHIS, THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST, TEXAS, OLD MEXICO, CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST. Pullmas Drawing. Room BuRil Sleeptrt TMugh to Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver. FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS On fU Trains. In UNEQUALED SCHEDULES AND PERFECT SERVICE. j. 9. UeNALLY, 0. P. A., E. M. DUNCAN, T. P. A., Oklahoma Cllj, 0. T. Oklahoma City. 0, T, QE0. H. LEE, 0. P. t T. A., LltllJ Rock, Ark. A. 8. WAQNCR, T. P. T. r. A., W.co. Tex. P. W. II, WEEKS, 0. P. ft T, A., Tj!r, Tex. The Ardmoreite Prints All GOOD GUNS FOR ONK Vr'KKK CI1EAP. . GUNS CHEAPER THAN EVER. Opp. Opra House. JOB PRINTING THE NATURAL ROUTE TO LOW HOLIDAY RATES To The OLD STATES Will sell tickets at one fare plus $2 for the round trip, Dec. 13, 17. 21, 22, 23. 20. Limit 30 days. Cotton Belttialnscarry Pullman Sleepers at night, Parlor Cafe Cars during the day, and Through Coaches and Free Reclining Chair Cars both day and night. The service compares favorably with uiiii ui any ruau in mc country. Write and tell us where you are going and when you will leave, and we will tell you what your ticket will cost and what train to take to make the best time and connections. LITTLE, D. M. MOHQAN. A.. Corilctaa, Ttx. T. P. A.. TU Vmh. Tex. the HEWS All the Time. J