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SERIOUS RACE TROUBLE.
Hotel and Habitation of Colored De mesnes Is Dynamited. Holdearille. I. T.. Jan. 29 The ae gro question has aaeuiaed an acute form here. There Is jut unwrltte law is this town that no mctom han live jre. Pesptta the prevailing senti ment ajmlaet them, too necessity for domestics and hotel help has lead to the employment of a United number. There is a strong sentiment against ny member of Um colored rat e land ing here with latest to reside, and Aire threats hate been made afalaat the negroes asd thoe who emptor fnem. This sentiment found violent expression in aa outbreak last Salar Any night whan Um habitation of Um Hotel Scott and on or two of the do mestics wore dynamited. The ex plosion was terrinc, rocking ntaay buildings in tho baetaota sectMa at Hhr town and breaking the. glass of ninny wlaUnwg. The colored coatia sent, terrified. left town on the ami outgoing train. Ia the meantime Um problem of domestic help Is still eorapileated. A party of colored girls, domestics, was accosted on the streets Sunday, and the man accused of the art was arreetod and tried la the commission er's court Tuesday on a charge of as lng vlto and Indecent language. The prosecution was backed by a number f the leading men of the town, who h&vo decided to defend their domes tic help despite the violent opposition er the community. The feeilatr Is most bitter, and threatens to dlemnt the harmony that has heretofore pre- r&iled. It is not a question of race, but a question of competent dostestie help that is the basis of the trouble. Report from the Reform School. J. O. Gluck, superintendent. Prunr town. W. Va.. writes: "After trvinc all other advertised cough medicines we hare decided to use Foley's Honey and Tar exclusively in tho West Vir ginia iioiorm scnooi. i and it the most effective and absolutely harm less." Bonner & Bonner. AMERICAN BADLY USED. Kept In Jail Three Months By Nlearau gans Demand Indemnity. San Francisco. Jan. SO. With hie flesh cut and bruised from beatings he received at the hands of his Xlcara guan Jailors. George Williams, an American minor at Corlnta, sought refuge on board the Pacific mall steamer City of Panama which arrived from San Francisco and was carrie by her to La Union, Salvador. Williams has been a prisoner In tho hands of the Nlcaraguans three months and was released at the Instance of the United States consul general at Mana gua. His arreet. he declared, was a pre text to enable the Xtcaraguan govern mont to recover a rich gold mine near San Bernardo and to which he secured title before the Nlcaraguans were aware of the value of the property. Williams, when he left the City of Panama, declared that within a week ho would be on hla way to Guatemala City to lay his onse before United Slate? Minister Hunt.gr or his ropro- 8entatvoe. Ho said he would push the matter and daiand heavy indemnity from tho Nlcaraguan govcrnmont. Best Liniment on Earth. Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City Water works. Shullsburg. Wis., writes: "I havo tried many kinds of liniment but havo nevor received much bonoflt un til I used Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism and pains. I think it tho best liniment on oarth." 25c, 50c and 11.00 a bottlo at W. B. Frame's. Kingman cultivators. Kingman stalk cutters. Kingman turning plows. King mlddlo busters. Kingman combination corn and cot ton check rowers, all at WUllamB. Corhn & Co.'s. Womnn Is mado of equal parts of vanity and clothes. - One Hundred Dollars a Box. Is tho vnluo II. A. Tlsdalo, Stimmurton, S. C, placos on DoWitt's Witch Hazol salvo. Ho says: "I had tho piles for 20 years. I trlod imtuy doctors and medlclnos, but nil fallod oxcopt Do Witt's Witch Hazel salve. It cured me." It I n combination of tho lioallng properties of witch hnzol with null septlca nnd omolHonts; rollovos and permanently euros lillnil, blooding, Itching nnd protudltiK VUB. sores, cute, bruises, tHHtoma, salt rheum nnd all skin diseases. City Drug Storo. Wliou ii woiiiiui dOHnrllies it person sho boglmt by tulllmt to what church bho helonuH, Unconnoloun from Oroup. During u sudden nnd terrible nttnuk of croup our llttlo nlrl win uncou scions from iiliniijtillrttlou, wtyn A. 1.. Spofford, poHtimtBttM'. Clnti'f, Mich., and a doao of Onn Mltuito UoukIi Ctiro wns adminlHtorod ill id ippoiUt'd iitluii. It reduced tho HWollliig nnd ItirintmiM tion, out tho mucous, nnd uliinlty tho child was resting onitlly httd npocdlly recovered. It euro coiikIib, ooldit, lit grlppo nnd all throat mid ImiK IioiiIiIkm Ono Mlnuto Cough Cinu IhiKurs in tli throat and chest and oimliloii ilio lung to contributo puro, lionlth-KiYltiK gon to tho blood. City Drug Storo. LaetlajC for l Day OMy. Offering the 25 TO 33i Per Cent. DIs count. The Finest Jewelry Store in the Ind. Tcr. TIME TABLE. OKLAHOMA CITY. (World's Fair Special.) Leaves Oklahoma City 6:30 p m. Arrlvos Kansas City 7:00 a. m. Arrives St. Louie 11:30 a. rr. Arrives Memphis 6:00 p. rv (St. Louis Express.) Leaves Oklahoma City 7:50 a. ni. Arrives St.-Louis 7:15 a. ra. (Meteor.) Leaves Kansas City 7:15 p. m. Arrives Oklahoma City 7:30 a. m. (Arkansas and Oklahoma Express) Leaves St. Louis 10:00 p. m. Arrives Oklahoma City.... 6:43 p. m. Through cars and Pullman sleepers between Oklahoma City, Kansas City. St. Louie and Memphis. For rates and, other Information call on nearest FrlBco System agent, ov addr the undersigned. 13. F. DUNN. Dlv. Pass. Agt.. Wichita. Kaj. Tho prevention of consumption Is en tirely a question of commencing tho propor trentmont in time. Nothing Is so well adapted to ward off fatal lung troubles as Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold by Donncr & Bonner. lubscrlbo for tho Ardmorelte. Simple Colds Coaso to bo slraplo, if at all pro longed. Tho safest way Is to put thorn asldo at tho beginning. Ballard's Ilorchound Syrup stops a cold and re moves tho causo of colds. 25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottlo at W. B. Frame's. The Golden Square. Bomothlng of Interest about tho woaltlt In oil, gas and mlnoral lands In Southwost Missouri, Southeast Kan sas and Indian Territory traversed by tho M., K. & T. By.; free on request Addross JAMES BATtKEB, Gon. Pass. Agt M.. K. & T. By., 101 Walnwrlght Bldg., St. Louis. WARNING ORDER. In tho Unltod States Commissioner's Court In tho Indian TorrItoryHSouth orn District, at Ardmoro: J. H. Milam & Co plaintiffs vs. Geo. Ivlo dofendnnt. Tho defendant, Ceo. Ivlo In warned to qppoar in this court in thirty dnyB and answer tho com plant of J. B. Mllnm & Co. Witness tho Hon. T. N. Bobnett, United Htalos commissioner, this 13th ilny of January, 1903. (Seal.) T. N. BOBNETT, U. S. Commissioner. POTTER, BOWMAN & POTTEB, Attorneys. J. O. THOMPSON, Attorney for Non Ilnsldcnt. First published Jan. 13, 1903. MONEY-SAVING OPPORTUNITY EXTRAORDINARY. First Grand Annual Clearing Sale. Finest Line of Goods at a Reduction of Everything fit 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, 5 l 8. mm mm a jg Esllmites Glrea oa Hew Uacblserj. Repair Eng'nes, Well Aggers, Etc, 6essral Line oi Bticlsnlthlog. Best Equipped Machine Shop in the Territory, Will Buy, Sell or Eichioge Neu er Second Hand Uaehltmj Broadway St, A r dm or a 9 King of the The well regulated farm, where peace aud plenty reign, can never be had without the latest labor saving machinery. Here is a list of labor saving machinery that is acknowledged, even by other manufac turers and dealers, to be the best there is on the market. It's the celebrated line of Kingman Cultivators, Kingman Stalk Cutters, Kingman Turning Plows, Kingman Middle Bursters, Kingman Combination Cot ton and Corn Checkers. Our prices are tho ve.y lowest, and terms as liberal as you can ask. Como in to 'see us before you get too busy with your piautiug. Williams. The Hardware Men. ARDMORE, - - IND. TER. ; The Ardmoreite Prints All the of the Kind in the Indian 25 to 33 per cent. Consists of Leather Goods, Fancy China, Jewelry. In fact, everything in'the house goes at the above figures. ,lnd. Ter. m Plantation. Gorhn & Co., NEWS All the Time. Lasting for to Days Oely. n I Territory 25 TO 3 3 3 Per Cent. Discount. The Finest Jewelry Store In the .Ind. Tcr. Bankrupt Notice. In the United States Court for the Southern District of Indian Terri tory, in bankruptcy. In the mattqr of W. H. Thomson nnd James II. Thomson, partners as Thomson Hardware company, bankrupts, in bankruptcy. To the creditors ot Thomson Hard ware company of Addlngton, tu Bald district, bankrupts. Xotico Is hereby given that on tho lid day of January, A. D.. 1903. tho said W. H. Thomson and Jamos 11. Thomson, partners as Thomson Hard-wai-a company, were duly adjudicated bankrupts, and that the first mooting of their creditors will be hold In my ofllce at Chlckasha. in said district, on the 7th day of February. A. D.. 19M, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, examino the bank rupts, appoint a trustee and transact such other business ns may proporly come before said meeting. K. HAMILTON, Boforoo In Bankruptcy. First publlshod Jan. 26, 190S. Treasury Department, Offlco ot tho Comptroller of tho Currency. Washing ton, D. C, Jan. 10, 1903. (Xo. C.67S) Whereas, by satisfactory ovldonco presontcd to tho undersigned, It tiaa been mndo to appear that tho "First Xatlonal Bank ot Mannsvllle," in tho town ot Mannsvllle, Chickasaw na tion, Indian Territory, has complied with all tho provisions of tho statutes of tho United Statos, required to bo complied with beforo an association shall bo authorized to commence tho business of banking. Now thercforo I, William B. Bidgely, comptroller ot tho currency, do here by cortlfy that "Tho First National Bank of Mannsvllle," In tho town of Mannsvillo, Chickasaw Nation, In dlan Territory, is authorized to commcneo tho business ot banking, as provided in section flf ty-ono hun drod and suty-nlno of tho rovlscd statutes of tho United States, In tostlmony whereof, witness my hand and seal of office this tenth day of January, 1903. WM. B. BIDOELY, (Seal) Comj, trollor of tho Currency. First publlshod Jan. 16. 1903. WARNING ORDER. In tho Unltod Statos Commissioner's Court In tho Indian Territory, Southern district. Hughes Bros. Mfg. Co.. plaintiff, vs J. 11. Duncan, dofondant. Tho dofendnnt, J. B. Duncan, is warned to nppoar In UiIb court in thir ty days nnd answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Hughes Bros. Mfg. Co. Witness T. N. Bobnott, U. S. com mlsslonor, this 22nd day of January, 1903. T. N. BOBNI3TT, U. S. CommlsBlonoi. H. A. Uxlbottor. attornoy for plain tiff. .Tom Norman, attornoy for non-rcBl' dent dofendant. First published Jan. 23, 1903. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. la the Valid Suite court for tke Soother district ot lk lsrfMM TVm tory la the scatter erf L N Ran!!, baaV ntK Ib Baras4ry. UM. To Itte HootMe Ho- a T. meoJ. )4s of tlx dUtrtct cvur A the VsUted States for the rs -a trtct of the Indian Tmti L N RtMeeU of Mmtnu the Sontherm 4te trtct of th lv. . c Terrt tory. in said dlstrKt. rwp"!a ly rep- reeents that est the lth da; vi JMy. lat se. he was 4u)y a 'JodS bankrupt wUm the acts of cMsre relating to haaknintO' : that he has du ly urrMri all hi prvix-rty and rtshes of property, aati has fulry com plil with mil the reAtitreanetits of said arts and the orders of the court touefc- inj; his hnakniptcy. Wherefore he prays that he way Ik decrwd by the court to he a 'sH dlscharte froca all debts proraMo acalnst hie eetate under sat ! tanJmtpt acta, except inch debt as except ed by law from such dtcfcarv Dated thk list day of January. A t I X Kl SSRUK Baahrupt Soathem 4tetrtot of the lad Terrt tory. m: On this Slt day ot Jamnry. A P 1 90S. om reodlac the ftwngotog netttivn. it to Ortkroa hy tho eotsrt that a hearing be had upon the mb ea the Uh day of Febraary A. IX IMS, More said court, at Araatore, la said district at 10 o'clock la the foreaooa; and that notice thereof bo published In tho. Ardatorelte, a newspaper printed, in mid district, and that alt known crovl I tors and other persons la Interest may appear at the said time and pktco and show cause. If any they have, why tho prayer ot saM petitioner should not bo granted. And It Is further ordered by the court that the clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies ot said petltfcNv and this order, addreeed to them at their places ot reeldeoce as slated. Wltaeee. the Honorable Hosoa Towasond. Judge ot the said court, and the seal thereof at Ardmoro. in said district, on tho 21st day of January, 1903. C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. .(Seal) First published Jan. 25, 1903. 7 IT. Williams. an Auloulo. fWS. writes: Uttlo Early Blsor pills aro tho best 1 over used In my family. I un hesitatingly recommend them to every body. They euro constipation, bil iousness, sick headache, torpid IItot, Jaundice, malaria and- all otlior Uver troubtes. For talo by City Drug Storo. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho United States Court for tho Southern District ot tho Indian Ter ritory. In tho mattor of J. W. Lo vlno, bankrupt, in bankruptcy. Xo. B.J63. ' To thj lionorab.o Hosea Townsond, Judgo ot tho District Court ot tho United States for tho Southern Dis trict of tho Indian Territory: J. W. Lovino of Ardmoro, in tho Southorn district ot tho Indian Terri tory. In said district, respectfully rep resents that on tho 27th day ot Mny, 1903. last past, ho was duly adjudgod bankrupt under tho acts ot congress rotating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered ail his proporty and rights of property, aud has fully com piled with all tho requirements of said acts and of tho orders ot tho court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore ho prays that ho may bo decreed by tho court to have a full dlschargo from all dobhi provable against his estate under said bank rupt acts, oxcept ouch debts ns aro ex cepted by law from Buch dlschargo. Dated this 29th day ot December, A. D. 1902. J. W. LEVINB, Bankrupt. Southorn District of tho Indian Terri tory, sa. On this 29th day of December, A. D. 1902, on reading tho foregoing pe tition. It Is ordered by Uio court that a hearing bo had upon tho en mo on tho 2d day of Fobruary, A. D. 1903, be fore said vvr.irt at Ardmore, In said dis trict, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon; and that notlco thorcot bo published In tho Ardmorelto, a newspaper print od in said district, and thnt all known creditors and other persons In interest may appear at tho said Umo and placo and show cause, it any thoy havo, why tho prayor ot tho said petitioner should not bo granted. It Is furthor ordored by tho cosrt that tho clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of sttd po tltion nnd this ordor, addressed to thorn a't their places ot rcsldcnco as stated. Witness, tho Honorablo Ho.oa Town sond, judgo of tho Bnld court, and tho seal thoroof, nt Ardmoro, In said dis trict on tho 29th day of Decentbor, 1902. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk. First published Dec. 31, 1902. Every man's ambition Is to got rich; ovory woman's to got married.