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octal Correspondence. Himon. I. T.. Jan. a-i. J . k. wnuaco, o cattle skinner of thin locality, says i Is doing a land olHco business this eek. lko Smalloy of Illinois Is visiting s brother, C. L. Smalloy. George Tucker and Dr. Ashley of Jim Ingram of Oswalt was buried tho comotory yesterday by the I. 0. P. The party at tho home of Mr. and lira. Brazorr laBt night was well at- ended and all had a nice time. Wro. C. M. Miller has JuBt returned om Texas, where nho has been visit- r her mother. M. L. Mitchell mado a business trip o Arumoro yesicruay. Prof. T. J. Briscoe Is teaching a mathematics school here, putting In wo hours at night. AVo can boast of having one of tho est schools, we bellevo, In this sec- Ion. Prof. P. W. Ilowe sings at the school ouse next Sunday evening. L. L. Lee of Courtney passed brough ono day this week en routo o Arumoro. ' The farmers aro all about through gathering last year's crop. Dislocated Her Shoulder. Mrs. Johanna Soderholm of Fergus 'Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated her shoulder. She had n surgeon get It back lu place as soon as possible, but it was quite sore and pained her very much. Her son mentioned that he had seen Chamberlain's Pain Halm adver tised for sprains and soreness, and she asked him to bHy her a bottle of It, which he did. It quickly relieved her and enabled her to sleep which she had not done for several days. The son was so much pleased with tho ro- Ilef It gavo his mother that ho has slnco recommended It to many others, For sale by City Drug Store. F. J, Ramsey and Ardmora Drug Co. Marconi May Sue. iiosion, jan. uororo leaving this place for New York Mr. Marconi dropped a hint or possible serious com plications for tho United States gov ernment. It appears that he lms already' had negotiations with tho United States concerning the right to use n system of wireless telegraphy over this en tire country. Tho terms wore consld ored by the president and wore finally rejected ns too high. For nearly a year experiments have boon made In Washington and many olllcors think they have an Invention which will eqtmf Mnrcocni's. The Itnllau inven tor knows of this nnd Intends to stand Hp for what ho believes are his rights in the mntter. This thing Is to be settled In the courts. I do not enre to say much about it now, but I will Eny that an ac tion will bo brought for an infringe ment of the Invention," he said posl tlvoly. HEWITT. Special Correspondence. Hewitt, I. T.. Jan. 23. Quito a num ber of little fellows are sick with pneumonia. W. M. Whoolor bus sold his cattle. The consideration, as wo can learn, wns J9 per head. Among our vlBltors this weak were Mr. Tweed with Ponnlngton Grocery company. Mr. Dalton with Ardmoro yuiiu trviftH, t.wn wunums with Ty ler & Simpson. Chan. Ward went to Ardmore yestor dny. H. C. Russell, the swine dealer, ruado a trip to Cornish yeslorday. C. II. Ladd, with lognl authority, was hue collecting yesterday. ' The kjnd of a herolno In n novel that appeals to women is the ono who has freight cars of Jewels but leaves them nil on the night she Js the beljo oi iho.bajt, ., Seeking a -New Home? Why not try the great Soutkwost? Low colonist rate.! on tho first and third Tu-sdays of each month. .Ask for particulars and literature. Address JAMBS BARKER, (Jn. Pass. Agent. SI., K. & T. Ry., 191 Walnwrlffht Bide.. St. Loulw. A Life at Stake, i you but know the splendid merit '; Foley's Honey and Tar you would never bo without It. A doso or two will provent nn attack of pneumonia or la grippe. It may save your lite. Sold by Bonner & Bonner. The wlfu who knows how to get a man the kind of a ham omelette he likes can give cards and spades to a Cleopatra In diplomacy. The Golden 3quare. Something of Interest about thi wealth in oil. gas and mineral lands In Southwest Missouri, Southeast Kan Ras and Indian Territory travorsod by the M., IC. & T. Ry.; free on request Address JAMBS BARKER, Con. Pass. Agt. M.. K. k T. Ry., 101 Wnlnwrlght Bldg., St. Louis. 1 " t"1 ' ; i Foley's Kidney Curt xu?,kcs kidneys nnd blsddcr rizht Lasting for lo Days Only. Offering the 25 TO 33"3 Per Cent. DIs count. The Finest Jewelry Store In the Ind. Tcr. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho United States Court for tho Southern District of the Indian Territory- In the matter of J. W. Le vine, bankrupt, In bankruptcy. No. G.253. To the Honorabio Hosen Townsend, Judge or tho District Court of the Unltod States for tho Southern Dis trict of tho Indian Territory: J. W. Lovluc of Avdmore, in the Southern district of tho Indian Terri tory, In said district, respectfully rep resents that on tho 27th day of May, 1902, last past, ho was duly adjudged bankrupt Undor tho acts of congress relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered ad bis property nnd rights of property, nnd has fully com plied with all tho requirements of said acts and of the ordora of the court touching his bankruptoy. Wherefore ho prays that ho uiny be decreod by the court to have a full discharge from all debts provable ngalust his estate under said bank rupt acts, except such debts ns are ex cepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 29th day of December, A. D. 1902. J. W. LEVINE. Bankrupt. SouUic.ru District of the Indian Terrl lory, ss. On this 29th day of December, A. D. 1902, on reading the foregoing pe tition, it is ordered by tho court that n hearing bo bad upon tho same on tho 2d day of February, A. D. 1903, be fore snld court at Ardmore, in said dis trict, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon; and that noUco thereof bo published fn tho Ardmorelte, a newspaper print ed lu said district, and that all known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at the said time nnd placo and show c&uso, if any they have, why tbo prayer of tho said petitioner should not bo granted. It Is further ordered by tho court thai the clerk shall send bj mall to all known creditors copies of said pe tition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence as stated. Witness, the Honorabio Hossa Town lead, Judge of the said court, and tke seal thereof, at Ardmore, in said dis trict on the 29th day of December, 1902. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. First published Dec. 31, 1902. One Hundred Dollars a Box, Is the value H. A. TIsdale, Summerton, S. C. places on DoWltt's Witch Hazel salve. He soys: "I had tho piles for 20 years. I tried ninny doctors and medicines, but nil failed except Do Witt's Witch Hazel salve. It cured me." It Is a combination of tho healing properties of witch hazel wltli anti septics and emollients; rcllovcs and permanently cures blind, bloedlnc, Itchlux and protudlng plica, sores, cuts, bruises, eczema, nalt rboum and all skin diseases. City Drug Store. Majestic Steel Ranges, none other as good. ' ' WILLIAMS, CORHN & CIO. MONEY-SAVING OPPORTUNITY EXTRAORDINARY. Hrs! Grand Annual Clearing Sale. Finest Line of Goods at a Reduction of Everything at this Reduction except Diamonds on these we will give from 10 to 15 per cent. off. This Line Cut Glass, Bric-a-Bac, Statuary, Silverware, Watches, Clocks, Sterling Novelties, Beyond question the richest, choicest and newest goods now offered by any house in the Indian Territory. This is strictly a Bona Fide Sale at the above discount. 25 to 33 1-3 Per Cent. Discount-No More or No Less. Parties with an approved credit can buy at the same figures as cash time limit, strictly 30 days C. W. Hotchkiss, Ardmore, BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In the United Stntes court for tho Southern District of tho Indian Ter ritory. In the matter ot A. O. Cranflll, bank rupt. In Bankruptcy. No. 5383. To tho Honorabio Hosca Townsend, Judge or the district court of the United States for tho Southern dis trict of the Indian Territory: A. G. Crnnfill of Troy In tho Southern district ot tho Indian Torrl rltory, In said district respectfully rep resents that on Uio 10th day or Nov- 1902, last past, ho was duly adjudged bankrupt under tho acts ot congress relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered all his property and rights of property, and has fully com plied with nil the requirements of said acts and of tho orders of tho court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore he prays that he may bo decreed by the court to have a full discharge, from all debts provable against his estate under said bank rupt acts, excopt such debts as are ex cepted by law from such discharge. Dated Uils 13th day ot January, A. D.. 1903. A. Q. CRANFILL, Bankrupt. southern district of the Indian Terri tory, ss: On this 13th day ot January, A. D., 1903, on reading the foregoing petition, It is Ordered by the court that a hearing bo had upon tho same on tbo 2Cth day , ot January, A. D., 1903, boforo said court, at Ardmore, In Bold dis trict, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon; nnd that notlco thereof bo published in Ardmorcito, a nowspapor printed In said district, and that all known cred itors nnd other persons In Interest may appear at Enid time and place nnd show cause, If any they havo, why tho prayer ot tho said petitioner should not bo granted. And It Is further ordered by tho court that tho clork shall send by mnll to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence ns stated. Witness the Honorable Hosea Town send, Judge of the said court, and the seal thereof, at Ardmore, in said district, on the 13th day of January, 1903. C. M. CAMPBBLI Clerk. First published Jan. 14, 1903. Simple Colds Cease to bo Blmple,- if at all pro longed. The safest way is to put tbcm aside at tho beginning. Ballard's Horehound Syrup stops a cold and re moves tho causo of colds. 25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle at W. B. Frarao's. Knowledge Is one of Uio few things In this world a young man can't buy with the monoy his fathor left him. The prevention of consumption is en tirely a question of commencing tho proper treatment In tlmo. Nothing is so well adapted to ward otf ratal lung troubles as Foley's Hooey and Tar. Sold by Bonner & Bonner. of the Kind in the Indian 25 to 33Va per cent. Consists of Leather Goods, Fancy China, Jewelry. In fact, everything in the house goes at the above figures. Ind. Ter. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In tho United States court for tho Southern District ot tho Indian Ter ritory. In tho mn'or or I.ee Mays &. Co., bankrupt, In Bankruptcy. No, G340. To tho Honorabio Hosca Townsend, Judge or tho district court of tho United States for tho Southern dis trict ot tho Indian Territory: I-oo Mays & Co. ot Troy lu the Southern district or tho Indian Tftrrl rltory, In said district respectfully rep resents that on, tho 2d day or October, 1902, last past, they wore duly adjudg ed bankruptsunilerthe nets orcongresB relating to bankruptcy; Uiat ho has duly surrendered nil his property and rights ot property, and baa fully com- plied with ail tho requirements of eala acts and or tho orders or tho court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore ho prays that ho may be decreed by tba court to havo a full dlsohargo from ail debts provable ngninst his ostato under said bank rupt nets, oxcept such dobts as are ex cepted by law from such discharge. 'Dated this 13th day of January, A. D., 1003. LEB, MAYS & CO., Bankrupt. Southern district or tho Indian Terri tory, ss; On thbi 13th dny of January, A, D., 1903, or a-adlng the turorplng portion, l i- UrdoreJ by the court that' a hearing bo had upon tho samo on tho 2Cth day ot January, A. D., 1903, borore said court, at Ardmoro, In said dis trict, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon; and that notlco thereof bo published lu Ardmorelte, a newspaper prlntod In said district, and that all known cred itors nnd olhor persons In Interest may appear at said tlmo nnd placo and show cause, If any they have, why tho prayor of tho said petitioner should not bo grantod. Anu u is lurtner ordered by tho court Uiat tin clerk Bhall send by mall to all known creditors copies ot said petition and this order, nddrosaod to thom at their places of residence as stated. Witness tho Honorable Hose Town send, Judge of tho said court, and the the seal thereof, at Ardmore, in said district, on the ISth day of January, 1903. C. M. CAMPBBLI.. Clork. First published Jan. 14, 1903. Some men look nt themselves Horn evory point or vlow without arriving nt tho ostlmato the world placesi on them nt a glance. Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L.L. D. Wavcrly, Toras, writes: "Of a morning, when first rising, 1 often finJ a troublcfiomo collection of phlegm, which produces n cough, and Is very hard to dislodge; but a small quan tity of Ballard's Horehound Syrtfp will at once dlslodgo It, and It la so pleasant to-, take. I can most conlte ly lecommond It to all pereonn Hood ing a medicine, for throat or lung trou. bios." Price 25c. 50c, $1.0 nt'W. B. Frame's, Lasting for to Days Only. Territory 25 TO 33 3 Per Cent. Discount. Tho Finest' Jewelry Store in the. Ind. Tcr. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In tho United States court for tho Southern District of the lndlnli Ter ritory. In tho mnttor of II. L. Crockett, bankrupt, In Bankruptcy. No. 533C. To tho Honorabio Hosca Townsend Judge of tho district court of tlie United Stntes for the Southern dls trlct of tho Indian Territory: H. L. Crockett of Ardmoro In tho Southern district of tho Indian Terrl rltory, In said district respectfully rep roscnta that on tho ICth day of Sept. 1902, last pnst, he was duly adjudged bankrupt undor the acts of congress rolatlng to bankruptcy; that ho has duly snrrondored all his property and rights ot proporty, and haa fully com plied with all tho requirements of said acts nnd of tho orders of the court touching his bankruptcy. Whorofore ho prays that ho may be docieed by the court to have r full discharge- from all debts provable against his cstato under said bank rupt .acts, except such debts ns are ox ceptcd by law from such discharge. Dated this 13th day of January, A D. 1903. H. I CROCKETT, Bankrupt, Southern district ot tho Indian Terri tory, ss: On this 1.1th day.ol January, A. D 1903, on rending the foregoing petition, it is Orderod by the court that a hearing bo had upon tho samo on tho 2Cth dny of January, A. D., 1903, beforo said court, at Ardmoro, In said dis trict, at 10 o'clodk In tho rorcnoon; und that- notlco thereof bo published In Ardmorcito, a newspaper printed In said district, nnd that all known cred itors and other persons In Intorost mny appear at said tlmo nnd placo nnd show causo, if any thoy havo, why tho prayer of tho said petitioner should not be granted. And It is furthor ordored by tho court that tho clerk shall sand by mall to all known creditors copies of said iwtltlon and this ordor, addressed to thom at their plneea of rosldonce as stated. Witness tho Honorable' Hosca Town send, Judge of tho said court, and tho tno seal thereof, at Ardmore, In said district, on tho 13th dny ot January, 1903. C. M. CAMPBELL. ft Clerk. First" published Jan. 14, 1903. The proor to a womnn of hpr happl nesB In the unhnpplnoes It can rnusn her. Tbo many friends of II. t Ilnusan, engineer L. B. & W. R. It., at present living In Limn, O., will bo pleased to know of his recovery from threatened kldnoy disease. Ho write: "I was cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure, which I recommend to nil, especially train mon who aro usually similarly anilctod." Sold by Bonner & .Bonner. To muko your homo complete and I your kitchen neat and comfortable you necu oniy a uamnd stove. J. B .SPRAGINS & CO. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In tho United Stales court for tht Umthern district or tho Indian Terri tory. In tho matter of I. N. Russell, bank nipt. In Bankruptcy. No. 5298. To tho Honorabio Hosea Townsend, Judge of tho district court of tho United Statos for the Southern dis trict of the Indlnn Terrtltory: I. N. Russell or Mannsvlllo In tho Southern district ot the Indian Terri tory, In sMil district, respectfully .rep resents tbnt on tho 19th day of July,. 1902, last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under tho acts ot congress rclntlng to bankruptcy; that he has du ly surrendered all his property nndt rights ot property, nnd has fully com piled with all tho requirements or said- acts and tho orders of the court touch ing his bankruptcy. Whoroforo ho prnys that he may b.. decreed by tho court to havo a full discharge from all dobts provable ngninst his estate undor snld bankrupt acts, except such dobts as nro except ed by law trom Btich dlnchnrge. Dated this 21st day or January, A. IX 1903. I. N. RUSBELL, Bankrupt. Southern district or the Indian Terri tory, ss : On this 21st day or January, A. D; 1903, on reading tho roregolng petition. It Is Ordered by tho court that a hearlugr bo had upon the samo upon tho. 4th' dny ot February A. D, 1903, beforo saldr court, at Ardmore, In said district at-. 10 o'clock In tho forenoon; nnd that notlco thereof bo published In tho-v Ardmorelte, a nowspaper printed In said district, and that all known cred itors and other persons In Interest may appear at tho said time and placo and show cause, If nny they have, why tho prayer of said potlllonor should not be granted. And ft Is further ordorcd by tho court that tho rlcrk shall send by mall to nil knowu creditors copies ot said petition nnd, tills order, nddrcscd to them at tholr places or rosldenco nn stated. Witness, tho Honorabio Hosea Townsend, Judge or tho said court, and tho seal thereof at Ardmoro, In said district, on tho 21st day or January, 1003. C. M. CAMPBELL, Clork. (Seal) First published Jan. 25, 1903.. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. ' In tho district court of tho Unltod Stnt03, far tho Southern district, at Ardmore. In tho mutter ot J. F. York, bank rupt, In Bankruptcy: To tho creditors ot J. F. York, lu the Southern district In tho Indian Terri tory, nt Ardmore. n bankrupt: No tlco Is hereby given that on tho l&thr day of January, 1903, tho said J. V. York was duly adjudged bankrupt. And that tho first meeting of his creditors' v.ill be held at my ofllco at the court houso In tho city of Ardmore on, Uio 29th day of January, 1903, nt 10 o'clof fc In the forenoon, at which tlmo the hsM creditors may attend, prove thlr claims, nppolnt n trustee, examine tKt bankrupt and transact such other- busi ness ns mny come before snld myel in. JOHN HINKLK. Refereo In Bankruptcy. First publish! Jan. 16, J903. ! Notice in Bankruptcy. In the Unltod States Court In tho Indian Territory, Southern Ulshlc t Pnuls .Valley: ;n tbo mnUorut Jidtn. C. Wilder, bankrupt, In bahtrplcj To the creditors or John O. Wilder of Wynnowood. or Southern rttslviu aforesnld. a bankuipt. Notice is hereby given that on the Wb day of January. li)03 the said John.&Wilt or was duly. nilJudlcatedfMliwikfnpt: and that tjie 'fiml mcctlng-'of rreOlteiB will bo held at Pauls Valley, the South, em district, Indian Territory.' on iht 26th day or January. 1903, at 10 o'clock Ip fn- forenoon, at which tliy nnd plncothesald creditors may a,ttj.nd. prove their claims, nppolnt a tnist-. uxamiuv the bankrupt, and unlfcui such othor business ns ma properly (cms beforo said mrotlng. . YBRKER B. TAY! OH. Referee In Bankruptoy. First published Jan. 19,j 1923. J 1 ; i; , WARNING ORDER, lu tho United States CominlssmneMu Court lu tho Indian Tcrrlto', Stillb orn District, at Ardmore: J. R. Milam & Co plaintiffs vs. (Ice,- Ivle Is warned to nppoar In this conn, in thirty dayrt and answer (jib e m plnnt of J. B. Milam & Co, Witness the Hon. T. N. Robi.ctt. Unltod 8tates commissioner, this 1 air day or January, 1903. (Seal.) T. N.'ROBNETT," ( U. S, Cornmlssjonoi POTTER, BOWMAN & IOTTBII. Attorneys. J. C. THOMPSON. Attorney far Noiv Rcsldcnt. First published Jnn. .13, 1903. 'ubscrlbo fortho Ardworelte.'.