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T'uin'e B'.-td by Ca3 I'd wi OM. I. T . r - For tb pi W-i' wmmkm straaaw aarUas - tea-.. - -iig .a i i bins ' sr. i-stc ' ' r. ,&rii. toot awar It seesss to bsw arKaVjayrl that ty vr Imi- njc tar taH mwrn whack was l TTiar ha tk Ct44o k ty r'a.Ij JsUm awrwr statr y- M- . Tkw kM attaa bHi r-a1 aol sag la tk mmmi ft nsvmi pUxt to Omh Mkv. Yaer4ar pt pC 4gsNt Mrim IaMd a bol mwem Hrt't thum fa ret tkt twww I bar uraatlr Bew4 It to 4 i U x turn M kettlaj b4 VK tz cast. Oa favtbr iwwfc tber toaaal Mr & karat trs a atc ox stay Mr froa x eoiM mic Vok a Mck wrtttaa tk waeaja: W tew as Om W aj'aaSMIhH1 or tbaea wfco b.?a soaajlu tor this aaad falltai." Ua at5atr va anahaMsu aad lira! jtaabanbla- caMft two worte. wbfcfc mM b oat to mm -Xawr IteBfe. Aa oM Cfcaxtaw Mil of a twtOa tkar was feajaja ta thaw kiite aaaaty years M bjr da Ciaaoi aaal Ca lava, tba CbeeUKV kOtkmtc all of dMtw tt f(fc ba ea$-al. aaai tt & t-e4 (kr wt to Moxtco. He says Ume a korfrud tteaame to ? Milt. Tendtrvcy frf the Tlmt. Tke losfeecr f aMteal icke li tavaal prrttTe immim. T1m Vmc tfcoogJu of tk vortd It kotoi; gtita to tk Jfct. It to aler aM ixsUer to prereM Umb to care. It tea bs tallr iaootrtod tkat powtnw- U, o of tfce aot oaseroai dto afc itel 4ical mm tere t eon tml vtk. eaa te p created by tk h of CkanbrialA s Coask IlemcdY IjBoobi aJwari result! from a cold r i rata a attack or lafloaaaa Igrlp), d It te tea obrTd that tkla ram rlj eovateracta any tendency of tkene airnaaw toward pneumonia ThU bu bwn fojly proren In many tbonaaads of ctM In which thli ronaedy tea teen Dud dnrtoK Uie gtmt proralence of eotda and grip In recont yean, and can te reitod upon with Implicit con fldooce. I'neumonla often reenlu from a alight cold when no danger la apprehended until It la avddenly dla covered that there ia forer and dIRl rulty In breathing and palm In the cheat, then It le announced that the patfunt ha pneumonia, no on the iafo aide and take Chamberlain's CoukIi romody oa soon an tho coM Is r.ontractfxl. It always cures. For sale by City Drug Store. F. J. Ramsey and Ardmoro Drug Co. The Happiest Man. The happlont man In the world Is tbo overy-day, go-at-you-pfeaso fellow without any frills; the man who works and pays his bills and ha the respect and confidence of his fellow-men; the man who lays aside a little money as he pursues the even pathway to tho Roal. Tho man who always has uufflolont food and clothing for him' self and family, all tbo nccossltlos of life, bul does not try to get a corner on the output of tho state and all the transportation and navigation contain ?d thoroin. Ho never expects to wear out tho following part of his pants In tho sonato chamber or on tho stock nxchangt; and whon ho slides Into bis clothes In tho morning ho dots not waste an hour or two trying to se- loct tho proper tint of socks, suspen dors and neckties that will blend the Konoral affect. Ho earns his dally bread by the perspiration of bit man ly brow or by the gray" matter of his brain. He oats three meals per day and en joys what tie eats and Is not compelled to eit half the nltrbt doping himself with patent medicines to cure dys pepsia or putting poultices ol his can- Hdsneo. This kind of a man Is happy iM-oausu he deot not spend his life looking for something that Is too largo for bis caliber, and consequently i not ombltterod by contemplating a past that to full of shattered hopes and blighted ambition Charleston Courl- A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. Mr. W. W. Dakor of Plalnvlow, Nob., writes: "My wlfo had lung troublo tor orer nftocn yoirs. Wo tried a number of doctors aud spont over a thousand dollars without any relief. She was rery low and I lost all hope, when a friend suggested trying Fo ley's Honey and Tar, whloh I did; and thanks to this groat romwly, it saved lior life, iiho Is strongor and enjoys bettor health than sho has over known in ton years. Wo shall novor bo with out Foley's Honoy and Tar and would mU. those afnicted to try It." For Hale by Uonner U Bonner. Tho stagn has many ties for tho standard actor who has to walk homo along ilv railroad track. Are You Restless at NlnntT An harassed by a bad cough? Uso llallard's borehound 8yrup, It will se cure yoti sound sloop and effect a prompt and radical euro. 26c, 50c and U bottlos at W. I. Frame's. tubicrlbo for the Ardrlt. F SHERMEN CO TO THEiR DEATH j L t5 " SHrt oo te ie W"t J Wart Breke Up a-d Crvthtd. j rKto t it is ff-4 taat foriT wort to thetr deauh ia i '.' a 'S-'pa.vt "" Tr , 'm 'ra Bar City M i Tf tc-r. ' ,;r.ne kaBi- t '.a tb (: Tk ttorm bom wiOsoat arntn U -aa mimpnnl oy a Muato iviri of aeov and -i aree craokoi th in tk tj j.-joo vbick tke tekvrsam s kau wt tta4tos tot a grtoaUnc crmcktot; moec Xotktos kM teon Ma of aaea or ateattos It to fcaonra ttea two wore urtto tee- it tte otter. L. not. tte ih terer. who tte ntokt to kto ttaum, coaae to tte cMy toot atoht a4 saM ttet fftor to tte atom te cooid atote- ty a tfoaeo tktotlas a4 tet to tte t of boon a to! oo tte tey. Tw moo wfco wore te a oteaty not far fraoa kto ptooo oro toot 4arr iac tte atejkt. cotes of Ico tertoc ttetr ateoctos to oiocoa. H ays tte otter ekiimia caoM koroJy tere ooeaiocal. m ttey vote still fath- tke aecoe of tte trot brooktos of tte ic ..A Mother's ReocnMaendation. I tere awd Ckaastertoin'a Coach Ksndr for a namter of years ate hare so testtoocy to aaytoe that It to Ike teat remedy for eob, colds ate croojo I tero erer sd to my family. I tere sot words to oxoreM my coaS emnce to thto remedy. Mrs. J. A. Moore. North Star. Mtefe. For sale by City Drag Store, F. J. Ramsey and Aritoofe Drag Co. A Knoxvllle Tragedy. Knorrflto. Tean.. Feb. A trag edy occurred thto morning to a board tog teojM to tte western part of tke city. Wttttam Tkompaon, who tea tern en ployed ae a woaror to tte Kaoxrtlto Woolen mfllf, bocawe angered wltb his wife on account of another couple betoc aaoigaed to sleep in the same room with them at their bearding botue. It it said they quarreled and te arose from bed, droned klmsetf and deliberately shot hit wife. Ho then went out Into the street. shot himself through tte bead and died inAtantly. Mrs. Thomas may surrlre. She Is about IS years old aad Thorn as was about 21. Some young raea are satisfied to follow a profession without ever catch ing up with It. Escaped an Awful Fate. Mr. II. Hoggins of Melbourne, Ha., writes: "My doctor told me I bad con sumption and nothing could be done for me. I was given up to die. The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dlscovory for Consumption Indue ed me to try It. Results wero start ling. I am now on the road to recov ery and I owe all to Dr. King's New Discovery. It surely Haved my life." This groat euro is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by W. I). Frame. Price 50c and l. Trial bottles free. Tho fellow who puts hla trust In luck may discover that there Is more luck In trusts. Cured Consumption. Mrs. II. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan., wrltos: "My husband lay sick for Uireo months; tho doctors stated he had quick consumption. Wo procured a bqltlo of llallard's Horohound Syrup and It cured him. That was bIx years ago and since then we always kept a bottle In tho house. Wo can not do without It. For coughs and colds It has no equal." 36c, Svc and U bottles at W. II. Frame's. Taking n tumble and taking a drop are not synonymous, but one often leads to tho other. A Hrl Dmlirrllu. Ncvor lonvo an umbrella standing on the point hi the ordinary way when wot The water trickles down, spoltlni; the silk aud making the wires rusty. It Is also a mistake to open It and leave It standing, as this stretches the silk, making It btggy ho that It Is ImpoMl bio to foM It smoothly. The proper way is to shake out as much of the water as possible, then stand the um brella on Its handle to drain. Cuuipurliniis Aro Odlaua. I'erklns, Jr. Why don'f ye buy tht horse of Seth's, pop? He's got a floe pedigree. Perkins. Sr. Pcdlgreel The question Is, Is be wutli anything? Why, boy, them saiwlety folks what comes hero In the summer has pedlgreos. Brook lyn Life. A Harrier. "What have you In tho way of beef steak today?" asked the cliearful cus tomer who hadn't puld bis bill. "Well," replied the frank butcher, "I reckou about the only thlug In the way Is Its price." Baltimore News. Inrradanlluu Ihc Uelnr, Sunday School Teacher And It took Noah 100 years to build tho ark. Street Arab What was the matter? Was there a strike? Puck. Soma men know lust enoueh to make fools of themselves. HUNTING CARIBOU Oar. Sbat Tfcrtt tfcr rirart. naa Im I!aa4rtl V Tt - .on . rt-7 -udtow ' ft says 8. W Uil i .-4 C-Mjtft WrJr. an S . 'A.-i k itrssjc jrnr.s we wr. 'W a4 la soap a tic tux -a ttet. erei wkca bit to a vttal spot. H ttet Ur wr rr stet tkricb tte temrt ram wXm tte rose of tte orarf far 3(9 yaroa. as ttewrk te test ae bea toaikul te fore coaopitac. Wtea we opesMc! ktov te teal oaiy one bolfcK bate ioi Us teart was cot to two. Aaotter wroc aboac tte saaoe omtasicc oa tte Jaasp wftk teCh for iteton broa aad a VaMot ttvoosa tte art. On rreral ttter nmiUm tte rtr wtea bit weat C wKb rack straastk ttet vtes ttey ftl ttey cuts ttecr matters to the groaad aad tarI caaaptotc toaeer uatu. Tte irH carfboa we tfaW was a fawa. We atekeil btm oat tecaaM we waatea as-it. aad. tetev yoanc, we tbaogbt te oaskt to te tsaster. Ia fact, brworcr. bis meat wmm atasott nselus leaa. toSHEa, strtogr aal vcy dark to cater. Tali was diSarak to nadr staa aad tte zables. for sosae roasoa, were aaaU to oCr aa explanation. Ho-werer. I learaea tte reasoa later. It appears ttet am an tte matluc sea soa tte f wan arc wtaaad. Tte oM tUig. aklrtog tte fawa away from tte setter, win strike ktar with bat terai aad cte blm telf a mil. As soon as tte ita? girrs up tte chase aad tsras baKk to tte doe tte fawa wfU rr tnra; ttear tte stag win chase aim agate. Tbtr to kept ap for otoht or tea days, with tte ma ttet fossa worry, Tleteat ezcrctoe kad cbaage of dtot the Beat . lh fawa becomes for a tine nnpata table. THE APOSTLES. Enblni Hrttnnrd Upon Them br the- Mrdlieral Artlala. Tte medheval artists, bariag no Idea of tte pcrsoaal appearance of tte Sav iour's followers, adopted a set of signs, or embicBM, for each, which soon be came fa ulnar to all. The emblem of Teter was either a targe tey or two keys crossed, which is readily explain ed by referring to the words of Christ (Matthew xvl. 19), "And I wilt give un to thee tte keys of tte kingdom of heaven." The emblem of I'anl was a trword and a book the totter to remind the beholder that he was a teacher of men, tte former to Indicate that be was beheaded with a sword. St. Andrew was usually figured standing by a cross shaped like a letter X. that being the form of the cross npon which legend says he was crocifled. The emblem of St. James the Great w-as either a sword, referring to the fact that be was also bebeadtd, or a pilgrim's staff, be being a great traveler. St. John's emblem was a caldron, re ferring to hla experience In the boiling oil. St. Philip's emblem Is an enigma. It was a epesr and a cross, yet It Is known that te was hanged. St. Bar tholomew, who was "flayed alive," Is represented with a knife and bis skin banging over his arm. Matthew's em blem Is a square, supposed to have some reference to Christ's calling. St Thomas, having been "pierced with a dart," Is pictured carrying a spear. The emblem of James the I-ew was a club, he having been "beaten to death with a faggot;" St. Matthias an ax, he having been beheaded. Simon's em blem was a saw. The legend cays "he was sawn asunder." Courtrar Anions the Swedea. The Swedes are a quiet, taciturn peo ple. There Is no Johtllng even among the lowest classes. When a train leaves a platform or a steamboat a pier, tho lookers on lift their hats to the depart ing passengers and bow to tbem, a com pliment which Is returned by tho pas sengers. You are expected to lift your hat to the shabbiest person you meet In the street, and to enter a shop, olllce or bank with the bat on Is considered a bad breach of good manners. In retir ing from a restaurant you arc expected to bow to the occupants. Ilowlng and hat lifting are so common that the peo ple seem to move around more slowly than olsowbere In order to observe the courtesy, - Ilia MUtnkr. The puzsled plobetan who is attempt ing his first meal on a railway dining car is obviously perplexed with the names of the different dishes. After some study of the menu ho says to the waiter: "Ilring me a plate of this alfalfa dalfa." "Ueg pahdon, suh," whispers the wait er, "but dat la de name or de ctb, auh!" Chicago Tribune. A Duuloua Compliment. "They have named a brand of cigars for Barker." "I should consider that quite an hon or." "You wouldn't If you knew tho ci gars." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Appropriate. "He calls the baby Coffee." "What a name! What does he call tt that for?" "Ilecauso It keeps blm awake nights." -Philadelphia UuUetiu. Appenrnncra Deceptlte. Tate Appein-ances are not always to be trusted. Ilrady That's so. It's a mighty bright book that lives up to Its cover. Iloston Transcript. Austria was the first country to adopt the system of postal cards. This was InlSCO. Ons per cent of the population ef In dia profess the Christian rellglsa. 1 v L D. HR I i Eitlailis Sin. ti Kit g.cUiirj. Gainl uu it Best Equipped Machine Shop in the Territory. VfM Sij, Ssli ir Eickiift Sti cr Stcid Hni Uitihv) Broadway Si, Ardmoro THE BULLFIGHTER. Plctamqac. Self Conarloaa aad thr Papular llra of Spain. Yea coold nerer uistaLe a butlfighter for a ma a of any otter calling. He eaferces apon bimteif a street costume the details of which are as immutable as those of a tuiaWs anifurn. His hair maet be trashed forward ever bis ears, be mast be smooth stereo, he muet wear a ttey pigtail, bis Jacket may net eeme below his waist line, bit shirt is deeply Cuted. aad in Its front he wears as magnificent a diamond as his earnings and the pifts of bis admirers can supply. When be walks tte streets on bis high French teem, giaaeiog self eoosctourly from beneath bts oat brim med sombrero, he is followed oa ever stole by pointed fingers. To sit with blm at a cafe table is a distinction, and the youngest of Mad rid's golden yooth flash with pleasure when lu public places te nods to ttem. At tte fashionable boor te tte Prado ttey give blm the seat of honor la tte automobile. It is a survival of tte re lations of the "patron" and tte gladi ator. And in return for this social rec ognition, when Sunday comes, the mat adore before be kilts the boll bows to the box in which his rich patron sits and throws bim bis three cornered tet and by so doing Alio with envy the hearts of 15.000 men. What the effect his fame, bis eilkeu calves and his doth of gold have upon the women of Spain tans been sung by generations of itoeta, playwrights and novelists of his own eountry.'-Iltehard Harding Davis in Scribner's. A Cm tie Hint. A certain butcher is renowned amoug bis contemporaries for the qualntness and originality of some of his remarks. On a road leading to a neighboring perish be one day met a gentleman who at the time owed him for coaie meat After a salutation the gentleman re marked: "That's a fine fat dog you have, Al exander." "Sae weel he may, sir," was the reply, "for he has an easy conscience and Is oot o' debt, and that's malr than you or 1 can say!" The bint was taken, and the butcher got his money next day. London An swers. She Needed It. An old colored woman who bad saved up a little money went to her lawyer to consult with blm about Investing It profltably. When she was asked, says Harper's Magazine, what Interest she expected, she answered In a very sure aud emphatic manner: "Twelve per cent, Mr. Jedge." When the attorney expressed some surprise, she explained her position thus: "Woll, jedge, I ain't got much money, an' yo' see I has ter git a big per ceut ter make up." Ucvcriril, "A borse ran away wltli my brother, and be nasn t been out of doors for three weeks." "That's nothing. My brother ran nwfty with a bom. and he hasn't been out of doors for three years." Haiti more American. I'urilnnril. "I. spent nil the money I had In the world on flowers for you, darling." "Well, dear, It wasn't your fault that you didn't have more." Life. One MInuta Cough Cura Kir relief In ono minute bocauso It bills tho mi crobe which tickles the mucous mem brane, causing tho cough, and at tho samo time clears the phlegm, draws out the Inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts. One Min ute Cough Cure strengthens tho lungs, wards off pneumonia and la a harmless add nevor falling cure In all curabla cases of coughs, colds and croups. One Minute Cough Cure la pleasant to take, harmless and good allko fcr young and old. City Drug Store. It's all right to forgo your way to the front, prorlded you don't forgo another man's narao. Tho mottt ro! Labia preparation for, kidney troubles on the market la Fo ley's Kidney Cure. For sale by Bonnor & Conner. A lot of troublo Is scared up by pooplo who Insist on saying things when they havo nothing ta say. o o 0 0 o V m in a Rcytlr Cig in, Well Aagtrs, Elc. Blieksi tilij O oate 0 COKE DANDRUFF AND HAIR TONIC Grows hair keeps hair and scalp healthy. Eradicates Dandruff, Scalp Eciema. The only hair prep aration for perfect coiffure effects. COKE. Antiseptic SHAVING FOAM Does away with soap and shaving mug. Leaves the ikin soft and velvety. AT ALL DEALERS. For sale by W. R. Frame and Ar ! more Drug Co. In 50c and $1.00 sli-s. All barbers use and recommend If You Need BlanhSj i The Ardmoreite keeps on hand quantities pf the following blanks- I UOIITUAGES, BILLS OF SALE, QUIT CLAIM DEEDS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AFFIDATITSj DEEDS OF TRUST, PROOFS OF SIGNATURE, PROTEST BLANKS, MINERAL LEASE, RENTAL CONTRACTS and NOTES. Yon ean bur them cheaper than yon can afford to write them. Address THE ARDMOREITE. DTI rill Horns newspaper print mal QLLrT ML ter to All up apace. Vtuctj ot thla la rtallr harmful readltur DriniUD It U the aim of T.-K 8E5lT nLAUIRB WEEKLY NEWS to rlrebelp- fal rrttilloc Tnt.uaands will teatlfr to lta belpfDlloeii to (horn. Aak joar nelenbor. THE FARMERS' ha helprd many. It It not the tbeorr of farm- lntrwrllien by collect nCDADTMCHT profeiaor and otbera ULrflil 1 III til I np .North on condition! that di n't nt Tezaa and the Indian Territory It Is the actual ex perlencea of tarawa here at home who bare turned orer the aoll SPECIAL OFFER If too aro not taVInc the WBELV ARDMOREITE you b'.olcl be. It 1 helpful to the beat lntert of your town and county. For S1J0, oath In ad- Tinoo. to will mall you the WEEKLY ARUMGREITK and TUB OAL VESTON or Til K DALLAS BEMI-WEEKLY NEWS (or 12 month, llotb papera atop when yonr time la out. The Ardmoreite Official Journal of the Chickasaw StoikfigB's Assiciatioi, 1 $100 Reward Vlll be paid by tu. Ublekasaw $ 2 Stockmen's Association for the arrrat and conrlctloa of anyone teal Ini: stock of auj kind from & anv merorrnf tbls Asioelatlnn. Notify Jeff Payne, Pauls Val- 3 ley. Charley IlolT, Roff, I. T ; or Vf. L. Lapsley, Wynncwood, I. t., inspccioni. o DR. T. P, IIowkll, Pres. j O, V. Ualkt, See 2 4tAoSHieei MENANDWpUEN, C BLa U for aBaalaral dIuhrEi,tBSunBtloat, IrrlUlUii r mjuralloni .mil ImimHm. PalUu. aad aal aitrln. falitWOsUIMUCa. b or poUoam. aiolu BrusBUtav ' or aaat U Ula wtwr, kr axvnu, supalil, Ut i.W. erlUtLlMH.Ti. UUtaUx iia4 f a mwttt " lUiJUilLtaBSal HaWFl );3T PflSSESQgff S itm&. TEXAfS. 4 IMPORTANT fl ATE WAY 3 4 MO TSOUCLS TO AHtWCR ouimon Superb Pullman Vestibolzd sleepers, Handsome Reclining1 Chair Cars (SCATS FRCC) LL THROUGH TRAINS. TI WITH fast mr.rntac a.-v trains to St. Loulu nod v.. B WITH Pullman tCeap,.- n back Bcarrltt Cmc . , . (without chaoir to Nv-y j, dally. Bl NB WITUhandsoxaene-jvCeu CTt through (without chaawt,, cu.t v, to St. Lioule, Uotnp-hle and S: Ft,u. Oifl.T LINE WITH a savin? of l a bo to California. ONLY UMB WITH Tourist Blown? Cars. seml-weokly, thrjuzU witr..,t chamre) to Sen Prunrtooo. I SK FOR 3CHr.DUI.CU Of CUR IN COM PA RADIX TRAINS, "CANNON BALI" "mmtY EXPRESS" E. P. TURNER, DALLAS. TEX. THROUGH THE HEART OF The Great Southwest MISSOURI, KANSAS, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS. THROUGH TRAINS MODERN EQUIPMENT "A GOOD WAY TO GO" FOR FAST TIME TAKE "THE KA7Y FLYER" ANY RAILWAY AGENT WILL BE GLAD TO FURNIBH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRA5SN- lS SVt 4.to operated by tho . Between texa; And the North arid EclSi Between BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS, And the North and West DotwMin OKLAHOMA Anil IS North and East! Obiorraticn cafe cars, u4ar ihci maaagamant of Fred Uarvay. Equip-j mant of tha latest aad bt dain. J some mm PAY $10,000 'ffiU0 vertiaiDEr. Thrre nr otkscs who f&R fW"iiuvaftUibfccrip pay 4v tion to PnwTaa'a Ink arid learn what all lie ndrerUs era arc thinViuir about. 2:SJWAV .re Tn n n n n -V " Te pViaiia'a I,9 nJ u oU ! (UO4 aw'i'.ji .-'l- U- -rN want, Bubisr.Ibs for tb ArsrIU.