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INDIAN TERRITORY SCHOOLS.
SUtiatlcs of Number of Pupils, Teachers and Salaries Paid. Tho following statistics relative to schools In tho Indian Territory haTO boon prepared by tho United States superintendent of schools in tho Indian Torrltory: Enrollment In thr Territory was as follows: Thirteen th'ousand eight hundred and sixty-tour, divided among tho five ntitlons as follows Cherokei 5,383. Creek 2.751, Chortaw 4.788 Chickasaw 93!. Average attendnoee Cherokee S.JH. Creok 1.311. Annual cost: Cherokee J08.051, Creel; $72 -102.2G, Choctaw J113.485.C5. ChlcKa a f84,2&7.S5. Tlio number of employes at these schools aro as follows: ChoroUeo 176, Crook 13(1, Choctaw 257, Chicka saw CO. Tho other schools establish ed for chlldron In the Territory are lo- eatod In towns and cities and show a total onrollmont of 4.038 males and 1,219 fomalos. Thoso schools aro lo CAtod In nush Springs, Marietta, Ard moro, Chlckasha, Marlow, Pauls Val ley, Comanche, Claremore, Nowat,a. Soutli McAlottar. Kufauln. Muldrow, MoAlostor, Vlnlta, Howo and Musko soe. The salaries paid teachers Is 542.' SB8.J7. othor oxponses $11,180.14; to tal expense $50,150.00. Of tho chil dron In enrollment 908. aro nogrocs, 749 Indians and tho remainder white Delicious Drinks and Dainty Dishes . ARE MADK FROM BAKER'S BREAKFAST COCOA PAULS VALLEY. Rnwlnl Corresnondcncc. Pauls Vnlloy, I. T., Jan. 24. T. II. Nowburn and J. O. SHcr. two proml not morchants from Johnson, aro hero today. Our farmers havo been shipping considerable corn lately, tho most of It going to Texas. A. S. Gulllot spont Sunday In Ard moro with his brother and family Several of our citizens who attend od tho big cocking main at VIckBburg Miss., havo returned. They all report a good time. Mr. F. II. Carr's chick ens from this place were victorious. A largo crowd nssombled at the Methodist church last night to hear Evangelist J. 11. Andrews. The church property has been Improved some late ly and a debt had accumulated. A col lection was taken up and within fit teen minutes' time $1,000 had been subscribed towards the completion of the building.. ABSOLUTELY PURE Uaequ!elforSmoothnei,Deliccy,iFI.ror i;xmln tlie packare you tKtWe ani maVe u htt It heiraour Inde-milV. ITntriliadcciilontot the V. S. Coutti no other Cocoa It entitled to 1 labeled or mU as BAKER'S COCOA Walter Baker &. Co. Ltd. Established i;So DORCHESTER, MASS a& rnurcaaiuHAL CArtua. LAWYERS. Btlllwtll II. Ilusscll IlobL B. Lc R. W. Dick RUSSELL, DICK A LEE, Lawyer. Offlco In Noble Ilros.' building. Unconscious from Croup. During a sudden and terriblo attach of croup our Uttlo girl was uncon nclous from strangulation, says A. L. Spofford, postmaster, Chester, Midl and n, doso of Ono Minute Congh Cure was administered and repeated often. It reduced tho swelling and inflammrv tlon. cut tho mucous, and shortly the child was resting easily and npccdlly .ret'ovorod. It euro coughs, colds, la grippe and nil throat and lung troubles ,Ono Mlnuto Cough Curo lingers in tho throat and chest and enables tho lungs to contrlbuto puro, health-giving oxy gen to tho blood. City Drug Store. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In re J. It. Chltwood bankrupt. In bank ruptey. To tho Honorablo Hosea TownBcnd, Judgo of the United States Court for the Southern District of the Indian Territory, at Ardmoro: J. II. Chltwood of Doughorty. Iv said district and territory, respectfully rep resents that on the 1st day of July, 1902, ho was duly adjudged bankrupt undor tho act of conbrnss relating to bankruptcy. That ho has duly sur rendered nil his property and rights of property, and has fully complied with all tho requirements of said nets and with tho orders of the courts touching his bankruptcy. Wlicrcforc, ho prays that ho may bo decreed by tho court to havo a full dls chargo from all debts provable against his estate under such bankruptcy acts, except such as aro oxceptcd by law from such discharge. J. It. 0IIITW00D, Bankrupt. Hy KDDLKMAN & GRAHAM, Attorney s How dear to niy bertrt is n John Dcero Cultivator And fjood crops will come to users, wo know, With Englo nnd Standard implements in the fnrrow, And inferior fronds on the roadside to show. John with nn Englo nnd Jim with a Stnndnrd, and Dill nt the end of the row With a John Decro bright; the graBS out o' sight; When they bought they know where to go. Poor Purmor Ned, stands scratching his hend, For when ho bought his plows ho was misled With some very poor brnuds that he thought best. Aud now they nre in tho fenco corners to rest. Says Hill to Ned, "It's n secret, you see. If you want good plows, come, go with mo." Poor Ned ho followed, for ho was eoro, And soon Bill had him in Noblo Bros.' storo. And eince that time Nod has learned best To buy good implements and they do tho rest. Hl. a. i.euiiauer. t. i mcusoe. LKDIJETTKR & BLEDSOE. Attorneys at Ijiw. Office lu Lcdbotter & Ulcdsot Build ing, Malu street H.L.Stuart. R. R. Dell. H.G.Buih. STUART, BELL & BUSH, Lawyers. Will practlco In all courts of Indian Torrltory nnd Texns. Offices at Ard moro, I. T., lu Whcolor building. At Gainesville, Texns, in Metz building. R1Y6IC1AN3. Chamber of Commerce Committee. Finance J. A. Blrens, C. h. Ander son, J. A. Madden. Manufacturing and mercantile In terests C. R. ones, J. R. Pennington, J. K. I". Campbell. Public hlghwnys Max Westhelmer, L. B. Robcrson, W. S. Wolvcrton. A. II. Palmer, II. II. Pennington. Advertising Slg Simon, T. N. Colo man, Orln Rodflcld. Railroads, etc. W. A. Ixjdbotter, P. M. Gates, John I Gait, W. V. Whit tlngton, C. L. Herbert. Agrlculturo J. D. Boono. John V. fcaaley, J. S. Mullen, M. Munsoshelmer. Membership C. h. Byrne, R. W. Dick, Don Lacy. Entertainments John L. Gait, A. V. Doak, E. W. Roberta. House R. W. Dick, W. A. Wolvor ton, A. C. Young. Arbitration C. L. Herbert. Jam Cruce, D. E. Allen, W. P. Poland, J. B. Snroetns. SIDNEY SUOGS, Pres. C. U BYRNE, Seo'y. DR. J. M. VADEN, Physician and S6rgcon. Especial attention glvon to diseases of womon and chlldron. Offlco In Noblo building. Office 'phono CS. Rosldcnco 'phono 71. W. M. ANDERSON, Veterinary Surgeon. White & Smith's Stable. Res. 'Phono No. 203 DOCTOR R. D. MOORE PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, OFFICES: In Noblo Building Telephones: Roaldenciict, Office Its. m X DATS We hnvo Cut tho price on Everything in Stock Ds. F. JP. votj Iiellcir, Ooullit and Anrlst. Speolal attention siren to Burgerxacfl Diseases ot the 13 YE, OAR, N03B AND THROAT, Glasses Accurately bitted. Otnoe over Ilooner b Bonner'a Drair Store uoomi I ana 6. Aramore, I. v. rnonet uestaenoe ii. umoe in 4, RUSH SPRJNGS. Special .Correspondence. , Rush Springs, I. T., Jnn. 23. Tom Bell movod to tho nell building last .Monday. Andy Warren Is back from Toxns. Porn, to Mr. and Mrs. Bud Glbbs on Monday, a boy. J. H. Hendricks sold his stock" ,oC groceries to A. M. Dirks, nnd Dicks lot Hendricks havo his lino of ImplC' mcnts. Tip Worshnnv sold his bnrber shop to O. T. Klmbler. KODOL DlfeitsWltst YoiiEtt. Weak On tills, tho 17th day of Jnnuary, 1903, came on to bo hoard the petition of J. R. Chltwood, bankrupt.for dls charge; and It Is ordered by tho court that a hearing bo had upon tho samo on Thursday, tho 29th day of January, 1003, before the court at Ar"moro, In said district, at ft o'clock In tho fore noon, and that notico thoreof bo pub llshcd In tho Ardmnrelto, a newspaper printed In said district, nnd that all known creditors and other porsons of Intorost may appear at the said tlmo and place and show cause, If any thoy havo, why tho prayer of said' petition er should nut bo gt anted. And It Is further ordered by tho court that the clerk shall send by mall to nil known creditors notico of said petition and this ordor, addressed to them at their places of residence, as stated. Witness, tho Honorable Hosea Townscnd, Judgo of said court and seal of offlco at Ardmoro, In said district, on this 17th day of January, A. D. 1903. C. M. CAMPBELL,' Clerk. First published Jan. 23. 1903. This cut price sale offers you the finest opportunity you will ever have to treat your horse to a splen did, well-fitting, good-looking and almost ever-lasting set of hand made buggy harness. Lap Robes and Buggy Whips have not been Neglected in the Cut Price Sale. Bring Your Friends and Come. ' 4 L. J. JOHNSON, The Saddler, Ardmore, I. T. DR. J. W. SMITH, Physician and Surrjeon. Offlco In Gorman BulJdlng, Offlco 'Phono C 3 RIngr Rcstdcnco 'Phono 14. Offlco hours 10 to 12 a. m., Ii to 4 p. m Special attention glvo to Diseases of I Women and Children. teller llaray. U: Phone 14. l.O. UeKetl Hee. Phone n HARDY & Mel? EES, Physicians and Buhokous. Otnoe honrn 10 lo 12 a, m.. 1 to i p, m.,tne e iu h p. iu,i nuaaajii 10 10 11 a. m. ana s 10 n. m. OQoe Phone 111. Offlae over Uimior' 4rae itors corner Main end Oaddo itrteic, Join the Procession Thousands of particular jeoplc everywhere have discarded the germ ladeu shaving mug, the irritat ing soap and shaving stick. The next time you oret a shave try COKE ANT,SRPT,C SHAVING FOAM FOR EASY SHAVING. A little COKE SHAV ING FOAM and a damp brush is all you need for an absolutely antiseptic, delightful, quick shave. Kequires no rubbing in; will not dry up. Up-to- date barbers all use it. 35a Collapsible Tubes for Indi vidual use at all Druggists and bar bers or direct from A. R. fijfeiTfCir Co., ciucAao. For Sftlo by W. B. Frntne and Ardmoro Drufj Co, KING of ARDMORE j A J A A A fc A A eli X ii. iti A it. A A .t. A f . A A .t. .f . J. A .t, J, AAA T. A A fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTi TTVTTtVVtT Hearts Aro due to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indigestion. It Is a scien tific (act that all cases of heart dis ease, not organic, are not only trace able to, but aro the direct result of Indigestion. All food taken Into the stomach which tails 01 perreel diges tion ferments and swells the stomach, puffing It up against the heart. This Interferes with the action ol the heart, and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased. Kodol Digests What You Eat Mm. Lorine Nichols cf Perm Yan. N. Y.. writes: Alter eitlnt. my food would distress me by maklnt my heart palpitate and I would become rery weak. Finally I cot a bottle of Kodol and it te me Immediate relief. After using a few bottles I am cured. Kodol cures Indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach disorders, and gives the heart a full, free and untram- meled action. Bottles only. J I 00 Size holdlnr VA times the trial site, which sells lor 50c. rxtFAtsD ev E.C.DeWlttl A CO. Chicago Stop It. A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles. Don't tako chances when Foley's Hon ey and Tar affords perfect security from serious effects of a cold. Sold by Ilonnor & Bonner. it r 1. . . 1 I i nun Hum iicuji iiwy inigm prove rami I 1 n ,1... , .1 r I iu 1111: KjabubBuiB luuri'ui. fteport from the Reform School. J. O. flluplt. annnrlntonilpnt. Prnnv. town, W. Va., wrlteb; "After trying an omer advortised cougn medicines wo havo decided to uso Foley's Honey nnd Tar exclusively In tho West Vlr fftnla Reform School; I find It the most cnectivo and absolutely harm less.- uonner ea uonner. ! ft It Is sold that anointing a bald bead with onion Juice will mako the hair grow. If bald, go lose yourself in tho woodB' and try It. A Scientific Discovery. Kodol docs for tho stomach that which it Is unablo to do for Itself, even when but slightly dlsordorod or over loaded. Kodol supplies tho natural Juices of digestion and does tlio worit of the stomach, relaxing tho nervous tension, wiuio tho Inflamed musclw of that organ aro allowed to rest and heal. Kodol digests what you cat nui enables tho stomach and digestive or- igans to transform all food Into rick, I reu uiooii. uity Drug Store. Something About Stoves .The one thing that a home must be provided with above all things else is a stove. And since we buy, why not have the best. Among our big stock of the noted Great Western Heaters are the common sense air tight wood stoves. Every part of them was made for service. When you see their size you will be surprised at the low price. Handsomer stoves for a little more. A handsome collection of the famous Charter OakCook Stoves have graced our store many seasons. These stoves speak for themselves, The oldest man around Berwyn can not remember when the Charter Oak Stove was not in use. We will save you money on Stoves over any town on the Santa Fe road. Suggs & Bro., Berwyn, Ind. Ter. t TAKE THE ARDMOREITE. V. M. CHANCELLOR Physician and StlrifcOfi We make dleoaseeof wnmnn anil nhlMrnn and general operatlru aurirery a apeclalty. Healilenco, a atreot northeast, second door north of Tblrd avenuo: Offlco with Ardmoro Drug Co. Dfflco phono 8G, residence phono 228. I. W. FOLSOM, M. D. Does a Genoral Practice. Special Attentiou to Obstetrics, Diseas es of Women and Childreu. 31 Yeara Ex(.rl?Sva. OQoe oyer Uonner & Donaer's droit store umoe unone 10; resiannoe izs. J.V.8hackleford. MrcJ.W.Shacklaferr DR8. 8HACKLEFORD, Osteopathic Physician.-- Wo treat both Acuto and Chronic Ii- casea, but mako a specialty of chronle dlioiioa and diseases of womea. Phone 218. Office, 414 North Washington Street. DR. J. F. SON, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention Given to Dltentei of Women and Children. Office In Gorman Dulldinr. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a, m., I to 4 .m. Offlco Phone io. (. Residence Phone No. 111. DENTISTS. W. N. WHITE, Dentist. Absolute guarantoo goes with every piece of work. Office over Ramsey's Drug store.. Ardmoro, .... ind. Tor. DB. A. H. AD AM B , DHNTIBT. The Latest Improyemont for Orowr end Bridge Work. Looal ansesttielloi admlnlilerta for Ins palnlen exiraetlon ot loeth. All work troaraateed, Prloei lo sail tbi limes, Offlee over Bandol'i store. Ardmore. I. V REGISTERED JERSEY BULL. Will Stand for the Season For $5 Cash C, McCoy, Owner, 8th Avcndc N. W. Ardmore, Ind. Ter. 'PHONE 169. Gett the promptest closed carriage in tho city. Ab solutely the best service guaranteed. Meets all day and night trains and special calls. Stewart & Chancellor PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public outciy to the highest bid der at 11 o'clock a. m., Sat urday, Jan. 31, on the Main street of Ard more, I. T., one traction engine and separator. Dr. J. F. Young, Hiram Whkhlkr. Hot-tie Qccse tlial Saved Ink, BUT BREAD THAT MADE ARDMORE FAMOUS, ia the kind the Ardmore Steam Holler (Bakery raises. Others may claim as good, but, none a-spiro to better baking than our steam rolled bread. J. H. SPIEGLE'S Steam Roller Bakery, ArdMoro, - - las, Tef.