Newspaper Page Text
NEWS OVER 'PHONE.
4.4. 4. . 4 Qltionlte. Ottorgo Davis Is hero from Sherman taking his brother, J. 8. Davis. Mrs. Thomnson ontortnlnwl th yotinfc people at her home Imre last Mrs. Whlto. aftor a virtt with hr paronta, Mr. anil Mrs. GaUen. has re turned to hor homo at 1-exlngton. Ok, J. S. Davis went to Hickory today to 'hieet hi mother. Mrs. Sailta Davis or Sherman, who will vWt with him hero for some time. Our school Is getting along nleely J. D. Kir by has go nil to Oklahoma City oa bttsfneM. Mill Creek. Dr. II. It. Loonoy anil wife will cele brate their fourteenth wedding annl reimiy by giving a supper te a number of their friend tonight. Tishomingo. Judge Wolfe bftfl pm tn MMIIl on bnelnees. Graham. W. II. Pitta to bn from Oklahoma CHy. V. D. Waling from Klgln. Ok, Is here on bmlttea. Springer. Mi O'ltrlen to reroodelteg his ml-(lem-e. J. M. Arnold Is aJto hatpcorlnr, bis place. Mr. Martlu ef Ardmore Is here look ing for a location. The farmers have about flatehed gathering their cotton. Mannsvllle. The publication of the Times has Veen resumed by Georga Russell of Caddo and the first issue appeared today. .LOCAL MARKETS. TBy Porter Staples.) The following are the prevailing prices paid for produce today: WheatNo. 2. 70c; No. 3. c. Oats I5e to SOc. nr js.weio.oe. Corn 0c. Sweet potatoes S0ee per bushel. Irish potatoes SSc per bu. Poultry. ((By William Newman.) fDndfa per dozen 2.00. Hens Per dozen J2.C0. ' Frying chickens J1.50, 2.00 Eggs Per dozen liftc Buttor Per pound 12c. Turkeys Gross 5V4c. Jcesc Fun-feathered, per WMQi.ZQ. dozen Live Stock. (Dy Cold Storago Market) Fat cowa, groBS cwt 2.002.10 Fat calves 3.00 to 5.00 Fat sheep, por hcad....;2.00 to 3.00 Fat hogs (gross) 100 lbs. . .$1.0004.75 Wood Per cord, $2 to $2.60. - -Ardmore coal $3.50 per 'ton. As a cool weather suggestion there Is nothing olso as appropriate as a Leader heating stove. Sold by Spraglns. rnil CAI C Suburban Lome, I Ull UMLL.I weJl improved; a 'bouse, barn ami orchard. Choice location in west part of town. Cash or terms. J. J. Stolfa. A Foot For 25 Cents I will drill you n well at Twenty-flvo Cents a Foot. Cull me 'up over Tele phone Number 228. . . . J. P. BCKIVENKK. Only 40c a Foot I will drill you a well for 20 ceuts a foot and Guarantee Satisfaction. 'See me if you want a well, Phone 205. L. C. POLLARD. DRILL WELLS For 15 Cents a Foot. G. V. KLLIOTT. ' Residence Near RudisU! College. Roberson's Hall. Opening Dance Thursday Night. Ardmore Orchestra. South Washington ijt. Bright Oat Straw! I have a large quantity -of nice bright oat straw baled for sale at my barn on West Main street at 20e per bale. M. WllKKI.KK. GUILTY OF TREASON. Cel. Lynch, the Irishman Who Fought the Doers, Sentenced to Death. London, Jan. 24. Col. Arthur Lynrh member of parliament for Golwar on trial on the charge of blajh treason fur flghtlng with Boers In the South Af rican war. was today foand fr it My ar.'l sentenced to death. Counsel for defense In rutnming mj bM there waa bo attempt to dony that Lynch had supported tho Doers, bat eon funded that his naturalisation was In mo way prompted tr t reason -able Intent and wns solely fbi advant age he would thus secure for Journal Istlo porpoic ' 'iMonUy the de Mndant aeif1 'ht the Boer cause la Uh vol"' 'u was a le gally aaMrati Replying for the prossexltnn. the to ilet tor-s)ra I nialrrtatMd that fnch Joined the Beer army as dlseoatent- ed Irishman, "thereby committing a most cownrdly and moat, serious act of treason. Ills RaturatlMUon was only a fltmey pretext." The Jury after ha In been out half an hour returned a verdict of mtlltv. When ashed If he had anything tn say as to why he should not be sen tenced to death. Lynch replied: "Thank you. I will say nothing." The prisoner then bowed to the court and was removed In custody Croup. The peculiar oough which indicates eroup. Is usually well known to tho mothers of croupy children. No time sheuld bo lost In tho treatment of It. and for this purposo no medlcino has recoived more universal approval than Chamberlan's Cough Remedy. Do not waste valauble trao In oxperimentlng with untried remedies, no matter how highly they may be recommended, but glvo this medlcino as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly dis appear. For sale by City Drug Store, F. J. Ramsey and Ardmore Drue Co. O. A. Wells Is back from a several weeks sojourn In his now town. Fort Washita, on the A. & C. road. Children Poisoned. Many children are poisoned and mado nervous and weak, If not killed outright, by mothers giving them cough syrups containing opiates. Fo ley s Honey and Tar Is a safo and cer tain remedy for coughs, croup and lung trouble, and Is tho only promi nent cough medicine that oontains no opiates or other poisons. Sold by Banner & Bonner. When a. man runs short In his ac counts h is apt to run long In his travels. H. Williams, 11 an Antonio. Texas. writes: Littlo Early Riser pills are the best 1 i' used In my family. I un- hesltu v"r recommend them to overy body. Thuy cure constipation, bll- lousnosa. sick headache, torpid llvor, Jaundice, malaria and all othor liver troubles. For salo by City Drug Store. Any man who does you an 111 turn will never forgive you for It. Kingman cultivators. Kingman stalk cutters. Kingman turning plows. King middle busters. Kingman combination com and sot ton check rowers, all at Williams, Corhn & Co.'s. Where, there is a will there la a way and several byways. Every Bottle of Chamberlain's Cough 1 Remedy Warranted. Wo guaranteo overy bottle of Cham berlaln's Cough Remedy and will re fund the money to anyono who Is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the contents. This Is tho best remedy Ir. tno world for la grippe, coughs, colds croup and whooping cough and Is pleasant and safo to take. It provents any tondoncy of a cold to result In pneumonia. For salo at City Drug Store, F. J. Ramsey and Ardmoro Drug Co. When a mun finds out a woman Is In lovo with him he boglns to servo her. but when a woman finds out man U In love with hor she begins to UBc him. If Unwell, Try a 50c bottle of Herblno. notlco the improvement speedily effected in your appetite, onorgy. strength and visor. Watch how it brightens the spit its, gives freedom from Indigos tlon and debility! Isaac Story, Avn, Mo., wrltos Sept 10, 1300; "I was In bad health, I had stomach troublo for twolvo months. also dumb chills. Dr. J. W. Mory pro' scrlbeM Herblno; It cured mo In two weeks. I cannot rocommend It too highly; It will do nil you claim for It. sola b.v w. r . t rame. A good wife doosn't'Yrilntl dispensing with tho coqk anil making tho bread horself whon her husbnnil kneads th dough. Pneumonia and La Grippe. Coughs cured quickly by Foley's Honey .nil Tar. ilciuso substitutes, sold by ionnor & Homier. Nothing scorns more edifying to somo people than to see n bow logged man chasing his lint in a windstorm Foey',5 Honey ana Tar (or children, snfc.surc. At -opiates. Tliero is some good In every pian, but frequently not enough to mako It worth while looking for. To the "Person With a Healthy vftomach thl pW at wUl intent an fnJojM dinner Hal. prrfeipt yeu tare dji lPla Indication, or torn itonvh dlwnlfr Ihit will thnr joar total of Ttw If roar tomch la . cnrrUunx will im and look wrote. JLbuttltor Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin wUl .'.. jor ilomMh rtjKt-you 11 J"T ywar bm1. If Ton hart eironi mattlpattoa r aay farm of ttoaath or hewri trovbK Dr (Wnll'i Syrup IVpaia m caaraatttj to fft a rr suatat car ALL DRUGGISTS SOe and 41.00 Bottltt WrfrREE SAVrLF SOTTLE M4 totrmuc ,. -TVt Merj r Tl..ll.c Ma PEPSW STROP COMPA.fr. MostlwEa, m. l'eppermliit For Mrrplmaur. A liliv.ilolnn declares that lie finds peppermint water an efficient remedy for sleeplessness. This is n very sim ple cure, and It will liOt bring forth from the organs of professional opin ion any declaration of uusnfenws. It is added that a mixture of spirits of chloroform and p'piormlnt water giv en in hot water to the victim of Insom nia will produce sleep, but perliaps In the case of the admixture of chloro form water may rtatut a decided share in relieving tho trouble. It Is at least easy to try iepperiiiliit water, ami the theory of its action Is believed to Ik? founded on its erfect lu withdrawing blood from the brain by Attracting n fuller flow to the stomach. Hr Alril A-iulas. "What's the trouble, my boy';" queried the minister nf n young member uf bis flock. "You look sad." 'And I feci f.ad," replied the youuK man. I nxkeri Miss Sllvcrtou to be my wife, and she decllneil the honor." "That's too bad," wild the purpon. "Hut It's in accord wllii the Scriptures. which snyt. 'Ye asked and received not because ye nsked amiss.' " "Well, what would you advise me to do?" queried the youth. Next time ask n widow," replied the good man, with a suspicious twinkle in his eye. Chicago News. JOIN THE CROWD. The New Northwest Is Increasing from immigration, by 200,000 peoplo yearly. This region offors a field for farmers, stock raisers, minors, lum bermen, millers, fruit growors nnd all classes of labor. Tho Cody-Wyoming oxtonsion Into tho Big Horn Region offers a splendid opening for tho live stock and wool business and for farm ing by irrigation. Tho industrial expansion that is npw tho basis of wealth In the East, wiil be repeated In the Northwest. Give somo thought toward a home In Nebraska or Minnesota, tho Dako- tas, Montana, Northeastern Wyoming, Northern Idaho, Washington, tho Pu- get Sound and Columbia River region. NORTHWEST TRAIN TO TAKE. "Tho Burlington-Northern Pacific Express" is the only through train in to tho Northwest 'territory in connec tion with tho Northern Pacific railroad. Through coaches, chair cars (scats free), through tourist sleopors over this short line and tlme-savcr to the Northwest Connecting trains from Denver to Alliance In connection with this great through train. You can reach tho Northwest cither via Kansas Qlty, St. Joseph or Denver, by tho Burlington Route. TO THE NORTH. Tho Burlington has two trains dally to St. Paul nnd Minneapolis, reaching ho valuable territory of Minnesota and tho Dakotns travorsod by tho North ern Pacific nnd Great Northern rail roads. Tho Burlington Is the main traveled road to tho Northwest and North. Investigate the Northwest by addressing either the Industrial De partmonts of tho Groat Northern or Northern Pacific railroads at St. Paul or tho undersigned. L. L. WAKELY, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo, L. J. BRICKER, T. P. A., 823 Main St., Kansas City, Ma. F. C. SHARON, S. W. P. A., S23 Main St., Kansas City. M. BAN WER SA-kXT Ihn most h" ? m ho wene You get moro for your money in heating and cook stoves at Spraglns' than any other place. He soils tho Leader and the Garland. Can you think of better stovest IF IT'S A WHITE They are Full Ball Bearing. Runs Easiest, Most Noiseless and Fastest. imps. ioc rtysmt)- ha. 'iV ; Direqt Receipt from the Makers, and sold only by HALL & HILLIS, ifmaKpe0 oa LuBy Payments. King ie The well reguluted farm, where ppace and plenty rigu, oiu never be had without the latest labor suvin raaehitery. Here is n list of labor eiivinc machinery thnt is ncknowiedced, eveu by other manufac turers and dealers, to be tho best there is on the market. It's tho celebrated line of Kingman Cultivators, Kingman Stalk Cutters, Kingman Turning Plows, Kingman Middle Bursters, Kingman Combination Cot ton and Corn Checkers. Our prices are the ve;y lowest, and terms as liberal as yon can ask. Come in to see us before yoo get too bu?y with your piantinc ll Williams, Goriin &lo., The Hardware Men. ARDMORE, - - LN'D. MISS MAY A Society Ballo of ffe ISS MAY MARKELL of London, Ontario, Canada, is a beauti ful girl who knows what suffering is and Wino of Cardui has brought her back to health. She is one of tho social favorites of her homo and her recovery to heaUh has permitted her to enjoy tho company of her many friends instead of lying on a bed of sickness and suffering. For tho health she now enjoys she gives credit to Wine of Cardui. She writes: "I hive found7ine of Cardui an ezetl lent rrciedy for female trouble Isuifered for three years with terrible bearing-down pains at the menstrual period. I could hardly stand on my feet and was never real well. Wine of Cardui was the only medicine that I could depend on to do roe any food, as I tried several with no suc cess. Wine of Cardui cured me and I have now enjoyed perfect health for two years, and give you. all the credit for I know you deserve It." For a young girl Wine of Cardui is the best remedy to fpiido her through womanhood by starting the menstrual Itlu JTay XatUU. WINEofCAHDVI a. ych Drrl'cl trlnlns nchool, couiplrl nnd od to 1H10 Id everr department D nlKbt ioi 10I tbe entire Tr. Dm popll (Item) tilKbt lohool ltho l vxtrt obt Tuition ?.60 ner month or lu for iir m NOTACttlun. l'npll mav onter at nnj time, uiutj pnpil la plaoea 00 bll -irll mi) adTacce a rapidly aa bla alillltr will permit. Tboronch tralctiiK la r rten n eoailatent ltb edclencr Beferi-ncea Any bank or bnalneaa arm Id 1 nl "or talocio addrot Q. P. BELVinOE A. . . l'roildem. (llnoTlllr. Texai. uinrs 1 wo-mi anus . Biijruy Repaiiinp:, BlnckftnitbinR, Woodwork, Paintiurr, Top Trim mine i?d Storm Apron, llorsesboeinf; tho Best, Rubber Tiro Work n Specialty. Get Our Prices which Are the same to All. D. K. Allen. IT'S ALRIGHT The vVhite is King of Machines Lasts Longest, Looks Best, Guaranteed Kight way. TER. MARKELL, London, Canada. flow in a healthy and nat ural manner. Menstruation started right is very easy to keep regular through the years of mature womanhood. Then tho "change of lifo" need not he feared. Thus Wine of Carilui is woman's best relief from youth to old age. . A million women havo secured blessed relief from their sufferings by tak ing this treatment. It reliovcs men strual troubles in an incredibly short time. In a simple case of deranged menses Wino of Cardui novcx fails. To relievo disordered menses is to remove the causo of other femalo troubles. Any physician will tell you that to remove the canso of a disease renders tho cure easy, in fact seldom falls to complete tho cure. If you would havo the same relief which Miss Markcll secured try Wine of Cardui. You can take it with out an examination and without any publicity whatever. You can take it in the privacy of your homo and secure just as much benefit as if a doctor had prescribed it tor you. unousanasoi wo men ore feeling the rigor of returning health by taking Wino of Cardui. A million suffering women have found relief in Wine of Cardui. ODltmltrd echoltrfhlp. Hourd (to to 111 SO Hires None but First-class Mechanics. Uses only the Best Grades of Material, nnd Ahvnj's Turns Out First class Work. We Do All Kinds of Pantaiion. - T mi SERty IN TE A IMPORTANT GATEWAYS A NO TROVCIX TO ANCWtB QL-ttTIONI, Superb Pullman Vestibdlec SLEEPERS, Handsome Reclining Chair Cars IS EATS FREE) LL THROUGH TRAINS. B WITH fast mornlnir audi trains to St. Louts end thel 3 WITH Pullman Sioopor,! l bock Scarritt snnt ConAh.'R . (without cbanire) to Movj ON - J E WITH handsome now Chair? v. o huvuku twiMiuu, uuckuirt I -IQUV I V M. W ...... .V ... DNI.Y LINE WITH a savin of 1 3 iioun 10 uuuanua. LINE WITH Tourist ft'. nnfnJ . SK FOR SCHEDULES OF OUR ItlCOMPARADLE TRAINS, stf A 1 fa an M VTl A !3 n s C. P. TURNER, 'MtiML r-uLitairi Ana Tiun Acut. DALLAS. TEX. LCTKi LIGHTEH TrUTft Hk. ICS. Are operated by the Between TEXAS And the North and East Botweon BIRAUNGIIAM, MEMPHIS, And tho North, and West DotWMCl And tho Worth and llyBSt Ohwrvatlon cafo cars, under the ii 'nagement of Fred Harvey. Equliv nest of tho latest and best design. 1 5 3m 1 THROUGH THE HEART OF 1 1 ne ureal souinwesi MISSOURI, KANSAS, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS. THROUGH TRAINS MODERN EQUIPMENT "A GOOD WAY TO GO" POR FAST TIME TAKE "THE KA7Y FLYER" ANY RAILWAY AQKNT WltL BE QLAD TO FURNISH I ADDITIONAL INFORMATION v.. cruav sr x h Will be paid by tuo Ohlclcasaw S Stoclf men's AsHOdatlon for tho arrest and conviction ofnnyone stcallat; stock of any klud from any member of this Association. X Notify Jeff Payno. Pauls Val J ley. Cliarloy Roll, Hott, I. T., J or W. L. Lapsley, Wynnowood, :I. T., Inspectors. DR. T. P. Uoweli., Pres. S O. Y. Haley, Sec. (9eaCaaCa) Foley's Honey and Tat. cures colds, prevents nnzumonli The Ardmoro Ice Co. sella ArdmW. coal. 'Phono In yonr order. J-tfr 55