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ATOKA FALLS DOWN.
MONK. Rumored That Atoka Is Not Able to Special Correspondence. Build the Hotel as Promised, It is announced that the Atoka hotel Monk, I. T.. Feb. 4. Plowing Is the work of the day now. Some fnrmcra promlnod tho Dawes commission it the are about done plowing while others nhnntnw inmi nmco would be located nave just commencou. there, has fallen thtwgh for lack of financial support. A party from Ato ka eays that the town will appeal to the Central Trust Co. of South Mc Alestcr for finances and If their prop osition Is turned down the hotel will over ho built. Atoka promised a line hotel and a aoparate bulldltfg for the land olllco. The latter structure Shas been complotoil and planB woro uccoptcd for tho hotol. It Is further reported that a framo shack will bo erected to homo tho Bawcs commission and tho largo num ber of vosltors that aro oxpectod. Tho contractors received, so It Is said, $1,000 ly cancel tho contract. It Is up to tho Dawes commission now to show why the land olllco should fco located where hotel facilities aro lacking. South McAloster Capital. How'o This? We offer one hundred dollars roward for Any caso of catarrh that enn not bo Cured by Hairs Catarrh Cure. V. J. CHENEY. & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 1R years and believe him perfectly honorablo In nil business transactions and financially ablo to Carry out any obligations raado by (Jut arm. WEST & TRUAX, "Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. WALDINO, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is takon Infor mally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per bettle. Sold by all druggists. Halt's Tamlly P11U are tho best. .1. C. Pierce of Texae, a prominent merchant, wa a pleasant "visitor on Cool Uranch this week. He has cat tle located here. C. Pierce's little child has recovered. from a severe attack of pneumonia and hope she will soon be entirely well. Cattle are looking bad In this vi cinity, nothwlthstnndlng the winter linn been vorV wnrm. We are look ing for tho tax collector every day f' his 25 cants. School is going along nicely at Monk with a ery good attendance. L. V. Pierce, tho Tuany merchant, was up lioro on his farm last Sunday looking after IiIb stock. Wm. Kern Is doing quite a good business lioro at prosent. . Plorce Is laid up with n very bad arm, causod from bolls and Inflamma tion. Health of this community Is reason ably good. Tllore has been some deaths of late. Foloy's Honey and Tar cures tho cough caused by attack or la grippe. It hoals the lungs. For salo by Homier & Bonner. Majestic Steel Rnngos, nono other na good. WILLIAMS, COnilN & CO. Congrcso of Colored Men. Birmingham, Ala., Fob. 5. A con gross or representative colored pooplo from all over tho South, who aro op posed to antagonizing tho Southern whlto people by seeking political pre ferment, will bo held In Birmingham in May, as the call says, "for tho purposo f announcng the oxact position, and feeling of the Southern negro toward tho white people of tho South." Prof. W. H. Council, prosldent of tho colored normal and Industrial school, near Huntsvvllle, Ala., and a leader second only to Booker Wash Ington In ability, is one of tho promot 4rs of the movement. The congress, It Is expected, will adopt resolutions to tho offect that tho white man of tho South Is tho I colored man's best friend; that his I beet chance in tho United States Is in 3 I - r. .1 . i .1.-1 I. i. uiu Duuuiuni buiii'B, una unit n uc hooves him to hold aloof from politics and seek to develop nlong educational and Industrial lines, deporting himself In such a manner as to morlt and ro tiolvo tho good will and cordial support of tho Southern whltos, leaving tho latter to havo direct chargo of govern nicntnl affaire. Cancer Cured. Mr. W. W. Prlckett, Smlthflod, 111 writes Sept1. 10, 1901: "I had boon Buf fering several years with cancor on my face, which gavo mo groat annoy anco nnd unbearablo Itchln.g I waa using Ballard's Snow liniment for a soro log, and through an accident rubbed nomo of tho lltilmont on tho cancor, and as It gavo mo almost in iBtnnt relief, I decided to contlnuo tho also of tho liniment on tho cancer. In a short tlrao tho cancor camo out, my faco healed up and thcro Is not tho slightest scar loft, I havo Implicit faith in tho merits of this preparation and It can not bo too highly reconv mended." 26c, 60c and ?1. For solo by W. B. Frame. "Want 8tewart's Millions. New York, Fob. 5. By an order granted by Judge Lovonrltt In tho su promo court tho will of A. T. Stowart has again been opened for contest Tho old documents aro to bo submitted to morrow for the examination of law yors and hand-writing exports ro- talned In an efTort to provo that tho accopted will should havo boon thrown out and a new lino of holrs admitted to a share In tho estate. Seven witnesses hnvo boon brought from Iroland and maintained hero alnco October 10 to provo tho pedl groo of tho heirs, who baso thol claims as doacondants of a third cons In of Mr. Stowart. Among thorn 1b Fathor Aloyalus, a parish priest, who has boon brought to establish tho records of birth nnd to Idontily th claimants. In this case It was neces sary to socpro a, special dispensation to obtain a leavo of absence for th witness. Tho claim is mado for ono-slxtlcth of tho catnto, which Is probably worth from $250,000 to $500,000, If tho dl vision can bo enrrlnil linelc fnr eunuch . a- lYinil nnnrntftnil nt nrnnnnl vnliinn Tho present suit Is directed against tho property at Tenth street and Broadway, which is claimed to bo worth $3,500,000. Tho present BUlt is Bald to bo but tno ucginning or a long sories or now j litigation. - i , I Mothora can safely glvo Foley's Hon I ey and Tar to their children for coughs l and colds, for it contains no opiate or other poisons. For salo by Bon ner ft Boaner. I M ! No. 720 5 "If evtry sul MISS ROSE OWENS, Seventeenth St., "WASHINGTON, D C. Somo societies spend ' n dollar in i effort to raise a dime for charity. NERVOUS ENERGY. evtry suffering woman has the same experience with Wine of Cardul that I had, your medicine will be most popular. About a year ago I btgxn to have a worn out tired feeling with lassitude, pains In the back and head which kept increasing every month. I felt that I needed something, but to get the right medicine was the trou ble. I finally decided on your Wine of Cardul and only needed to take three bottles when I was fully re covered." Ui lIIEN Miss Itoso Owens, who y I has n responsible position in l j tho Govornmont scrvico at , Washington, D. C, decided to i '-jof Cardui, slio mado a wiso wioice. Over a million women liavo been relioved of female- weakness by this samo Wino . of Cardul. It is not a strong nicdicino but may bo taken every day in tho year by any woman with benefit. It does not forco results, but corrects derangements of tho menstrual organs. It strengthens tho nervous system, gives tono to tho bodily func tions, acts directly on tho genital organs, nnd is tho finest tonio for wo men known to tho science of medicine. Mill toil Oirrtu. n you aro a suiiering wo man j would tay to you that W mo of Cardui seldom fails to completely euro any caao o fomalo ills. Wo say r iiph.Ually, it never fails to ti'iif-iit. Kvcry day hun dreds of sufferers aro writing to our Ladies' Advisory De partment. Tho letters are 'prnrv.1 by persons compe tent to give ndvice. Mrs. Jones was cured by follow ing tho advice which was irooly given her by tho ladies' Advisory Depart ment. Aliss Owens was cured without atlvico by just buying n $1.00 bottlo of Wino o Cardui from her druggist and Inking this great nicdicino in tho pri vacy of her home. No doctor's ex amination, treatment or ndvico is nec essary, "i ou have read what theso two curpu women havo written. Is this not enough to lead you to dotcrmino to bo rid ot Buffering? August 10,1900, Mrs. W. II. Jones, of Cameron, Mo., writes: "I suffered terribly at monthly periods for three years. I would sometimes go for seven months with no flow at all. Now I have my health bick again and am expecting to be confined In January. I cannot praise your medicine enough." (World's Fair Special.) lioaves Oklahoma City 0:80 p. m. rrlvos Knnsae City 7:00 a. in. Vrrlves St. Ixnila 11:80 a. ir.. rrtvoB Memphis 0:00 p. m. (SL Ixiuls Express.) .eaves Oklalioma City. ... .7:50 a. m. Arrives St. IxjuIs. ........ .7: 15 n, m. (Meteor.) leaves Kansas City.... Arrives Oklahoma City. WINEofCAHDVI A million Buffering women havo found relief in Wino of Cardui. (Arkansas and Oklahoma Express) leaves St. Inils 10:00 p. m Arrives Oklahoma City.... (1:46 p. in. Through cars and Pullman sleopera between Oklahoma City, Kaunas City, St. Louis nnd Memphis. For rates and other Information call on nearest 'rlsco Systom ngont, or oddnvin tho underslgnod. B. F. DUNN. Dlv. Pass. Agt., WIehltn, Kan. . VORh, prac ileal tratnlne chnol. romtilote nnd no to date In iverr departa-inl. 0 i night boIiooI tbe entire yer. Dv pupIU nttrml night obool wlthont xtr oht Tuition I7.K) nor month or flu for unlimited ocholnrnhlp. Hoard 110 to 112 60 w m . NoTctlon. raiilu mr enter t ny time. Krory paptl ! plsooa on ni ' orlts my MlTunco an ril(llj an his ability will permit. Thorough training In ip rtnit Un consistent with efflolenoy. Hoforonees Any bank or builneas Urm In iti "or "taloene addrea Q. V. BHLVIDOH A. It.. President, nalneavllla. Texai, Don't Ovcrdrntv Ynnr Account In the Hank of N'nturc, You have a deposit of nervous energy placed to your account In the bank of your body. It may te large, In which happy case you'npc a millionaire In strength nnd accomplishing power, or It may be so microscopic as to need careful husbanding nnd littlo expendi ture to keep It from dwindling out altogether. But mnny millionaires become pau pers, and somo "(llmo savings' swell into millions. It depends upon tho way tho capital Is managed. You may think you have ao much that thcro Is no need to bo economical, lou get up In the morning ami feel tho blood bounding through your veins like moun tain cataracts, nnd you think you can turn tho mill wheels of tho world. You work day and night or you play day nnd night, which la sometimes more, exhausting, and go nt the limit of your speed nil the time. You nro over drawing your bank account of energy, nnd lint needlessly, for you pr''ibly have enough to last a long l useful lifetime. It pays to sit down nnd sharp en your tools, and It ndds cent per cent to your body bank deposit Another with not half your brains or bustle will get ahead of you in the end, for ho makes every act, every thought, go straight to tho mark. He wastes no effort. Everything ho docs means somothlug. It helps toward somo given end. You spend n great deal of nmmunltlon on your quarry beeniiHo you nro overanxious. Ho keeps cool, takes steady nlm nnd wings his bird. You get wrinkles nnd frost tipped temples nnd becomo n bankrupt In vi tality when you should be in your prime. You hnvo overdrawn tho best nnd most vnluablo bank nccoutit the Lord ever placed on tho books of life tho nblllty "to love and to work nnd to play and to look up nt the stars." CONSOLIDATED ' GROCER. Jt Have you ever thonght of the con- xi venience 'of finding everything good to eat under one roof? $5 A MONTE CARLO LEGEND. Tho Story tlio Croupier Tell of the AVutidorliiK Jew, All gamblers aro superstitious, and some, of their pet superstitions nro now so old as to have acquired the respec tability of venorablo traditions. The croupiers of Monto Carlo have an In tcrestlng set of trndltlonnl superstl tlons of their own, most of which arc entirely unknown to tho many than sands of visitors who toy with the "tiger" In thnt gilded court of chance. Tho most striking of theso is tho story of the Wandering Jew, which the croupiers bollovo as fervently as they do that tqo bank will down nny "sys' tern" that ever was Invented. There Is one day, and one day only, In the year on which the rooms of tho casino nt Monte Carlo nro closed that Is on Good Friday. When tho rooms nro opened on the following day, they say, tho first person to enter tho "Grand Nouvcllo Snllo do Jaur" Is an oid man of venorablo nrpcarance. no wastes no time; but, wnlklng straight to one of tho tables, ho places with tho trem bling fingers of extreme old age piece of money upon n certain number. Tho wheel Is turned, tho croupier a na sal cry falls upon tho enr, announcing that the number selected by tho old maiKhaa won. With n bitterly savage exclamation the nged man seizes his winnings, throws them about him and hurries from the room to. dlsuppear, no ono knows where. lie is the Wunderlng Jew, nnd until bo can lose n 1ct Monto Carlo ho must coutlnro his wanderings. Get on tho "blind side" of nny of the old crou piers of Monto Carlo, nnd they will tell you this legend. Hnvo they seen him? Of courso they havo nnd nro fully per suaded that tho aged nnd mysterious stranger is none other than tho marl condemned to perpetual earthly wan derings nearly 2,000 years ago. Somo peoplo aro bo dUagrcoablo as to bo continually- contradicting them solves. If you have tried Felker's, you know it is just such a place, and also that promptness and care in delivery is our motto. If you are not already a customer, begin the year aright by opening an account -with FELKER , King of the Plantation. The well regulated farm, where peaco aud plenty reign, can never be had without the latest labor saving maehiuery. Ilero is a list of labor saving mnehiuery 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 the ve y lowest, and terms as liberal as you can ask. Como in to uho us before you get too busy with jour planting. 4. Williams, Goriin & Co., The Hardware Men. ARDMORB, - - IND. TEIt. YOUNG & HEINTZ, DAIL-AS TEXAS. TIM 13 TUH.IC. OKLAHOMA CITY, .7:18 p. . .7:30 n. In the United States court for tho Southern District ot tho Indian Ter ritory. In the matter of II. II. Harris, bank rupt, in bankruptcy. No. 6,160. To tlw Honorable Homo. Townsond, Jlitlgs of the district court of tho United States for tho Southern dis trict of the Indian Territory: II. II. Harris of Tishomingo, In the Southern district of the Indian Terrt rltory, in said district respectfully rep resents that on tho Oth day of May, 1S02, last past, ho was duly adjudged bankrupt under tho acts of con gross rolatltiK to bankruptcy; that ho haa duly surrendered all his property and rights of proporty, nnd haa fully com plied with all tho requirements of said acta and of tho orders of tho court touching his bankruptcy. Whorofore ho prnya that ho may bo decreed by tho court to havo a full dlschargo from all dohtn provable against his ostnto under said bank rupt acts, except such debts as are ox- optod by law from such discharge. Dated this Slit day of January, A. 1, 1003. ti. u. nuitius, uanxrupt. Notice of Public Sale. Uy vlrtuo ot an order of Bale, from the United States court for tho South' em district ot tho Indian Torrltory, ns ti court of bankruptcy, I will soil at auction on Tuesdny, Fob. 10, 1003, at Aildlngton, I. T., a stock ot gonoral morchandtso Invoicing about (13,300) thrco thousand, thrco hundred dollars, open nccounta for nbout ($G00.00) six hundrod dollars, ono half lntoront In n storo houso and three lota In Raid town of Addlngton, 1G0 acres ot land In Scott county, Kansas, described as follows: N. 13. Vi. Sec. 24, township 17, range 31 V. nnd all other assets ot J. T. Hawkins nnd It. M. Hawkins, bankrupts, which nro not by law ox ompt. S. II. OAINI3S, Trustee In Ilankruptcy. First published Feb. 1, 1003. Bankrupt Notice. In tho United Statoa Court for tho Southern District of Indian Torrl tory, in bankruptcy. In tho matter of V. II. Thomson and James II Thomson, partnors as Thomson Hardware company, bankrupts, in bankruptcy. To tho crodltors of Thomson Hard waro company of Addlngton, In said district, bankrupts. Notlco Is hereby given that on tho 22d day of January, A. D., 1003, tho said W. H. Thomson nnd James II, Thomson, partners ns Thomson Hard- waro company, wcro duly -adjudicated bankrupts, and that tho first meeting of their crodltora will bo hold In my offlco at Chlckasha, In said district, on tho 7th day ot Fobruary, A. D., 1003 nt 10 o'clock In tho foronoon, at which tlmo tho said creditors may attend provo their claims, oxamlno tho bank rupts, appoint a trusteo and transact such othor business as may properly como beforo sold mooting. 13. HAMILTON, Itoforco In Bankruptcy. First published Jan. 25, 1003. Treasury Department, Offlco of tho Comptroller of tho Currency, Washing ton, D, C., Jan. 10, 1003. (No. C.C78) Whereas, by satisfactory ovldenco presented to tho und or signed, It liaa been mado to appoar that tho "First National Bank of Mannsvlllo," In tho town ot UannsTllIo, Chickasaw na tion, Indian Territory, has compiled with all tho provisions of the statutca of the United States, required to bo compiled with before an association shall be authorized to commence tho business of tonkins. Now therefore I, William D. Rldgol; comptroller ot the currency, Ho horo- by certify that "The First National Bank of Mannsvlllo," In tho town of Mannsvlllo, Chickasaw Nation, In dlan Torrltory, is authorized to commenco tho buslnoss ot banking. as provided In aoctlon ufty-ono hun drod and sixty nlno of tho rovlsed statutes of tho United States. In testimony whorcof, witness ray hand and acal ot offlco this tenth day of January, 1003. WM. B. niDGBLY, (Seal) Comptroller of tho Currency. First published Jan. 10. 1003. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. Southoni district of tho Indian Torrl tory, ss: On this 31st day of January, A. D., 1003, on reading tho foregoing potltlon, It la Orderod by the court that a hearing bo had upon the samo on tho 10th dny of Fobruary, A. D., 1003, boforo aald court, at Ardmoro, In said dis trict, at 10 o'clock In tlio foronoon; and that notlco thereof bo published In Ardmorolto, n nowspnpor printed in said district, and that all known crod ltors nnd other porsons In Interest may appear at said tlmo and placo and show cause, If any they havo, why tho prayer of tho said petitioner Bhould not bo granted. And It Is further ordered by tho court that tho clork shall send by mall to all known crodltora copies of said potltlon and this order, addrossod to Uiom nt tholr places of rosldonco ns sta tod. WItnoss tho Honorablo Hosea Town- send, Judge of tho said court, and tho seal thereof, at Ardmoro, In said district, on tho 31st day ot January, 1003. C. M. CAMPBELL. Clork. First published Fob. 1, 1003. You Know What You Are Taking When you take Clrovo's Tasteless Chill Tonic because tho formula .la plainly printed on every bottlo allowing that It Is simply Iron and quinine la a tasteless form. No cure no pay. G0o. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. . In tho United States court for tho Southern District of tho Indian Ter ritory. In tho mnttor of Trlovos, Mitchell & Co., bankrupts, In bankruptcy. No. 6.401. To tho Honorablo Hosea JTownBond, Judgo ot tho district court of tho United States for tho Southern dis trict of tho Indian Torrltory: Trlovos, Mltcholl & Co. of Marietta, In tlio Southorn district of tho Indian Torrltory, In said district, respectfully ropresonts that on tho 25th day of Nov. 1002, last papt, Uioy woro duly adjudg ed bankrupts undortho acts of congress relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered all his proporty and rights of proporty, and has fully com piled with all tho requirements of sala acta and of tho orders of tho court touching his bankruptcy. Whercforo ho prays that ho may bo docreod by tho court to have a full discharge from all debts provable agnlnat his estate under said bank rupt acta, except auch dobts as are ex cepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 31st day of January, A. D., 1003. TRIDVES, MITCHELL & CO, Bankrupts. Machinery, Mill 8 Gin Supplies High Grade Belting a Specialty. M"Write for what yon want? Kingman cultivators. Kingman stalk cuttors. Kingman turning plows. King mlddlo hunters. Kingman combination corn and cot ton check rowors, all at Williams, Corhn & Co.'e, Nearly Forfeits His Life. A runaway almost ending fatally startod a horrible- ulcer on tho leg ot J. B, Orner, Franklin Clrovo, III. For four years It defied all doctors and all romodles. But Bucklon's Arnica Salvo had no troublo to euro him. Equally good for bums, bruises, akin eruptions and piles. 25c at W. B. Frame's. WARNING ORDER. In tlio United States Commissioner's Court In tho Indian Torrltory, Southorn district. Hughos Bros. Mfg. Co., plaintiff, vs. J. B. Duncan, defendant. Tho dofondnnt, J. B. Duncan, Is warned to appear In thla court In thir ty days nnd answor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Hughes Bros. Mfg. Co. WItnoss T. N. Robnott, U. S. com mlssloncr, this 22nd day of January, 1003. T. N. ItOBNETT, U. S. Commissioner. If, A. Lodbotter, attornoy for plain- tir. Tom Norman, attorney for non-rcsl-dent defendant First published Jan. 23, 1903. Southern district of the Indian Tcrrl tory, ss: On this 31st day ot January, A. D., 1903, on reading tho foregoing petition, It is Ordorod by tho court that a hearing bo had upon tho samo on tho 10th day of Fobruray, A. U, 1003, before said court, at Ardmoro, In said dis trict, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon; and that notlco thereof bo published In Ardmorolto, a nowspapcr printed In said district, and that all known cred itors and othor porsona In interest may appoar at said tlmo and placo and show cause, If any they havo, why tho prayer of tho said petitioner Bhould not bo granted. And it Is further ordered by tho court that tho clork Bhall Bond by mall to all known creditors copies of said potltlon and this order, addressed to thoin at their places of resldenco as Btated. WItnoss tho Honorablo Hosea Town Bond, Judgo of tho Bald court, nnd tho tho seal thereof, at Ardmoro, In said district, on tho 31st day of January, 1903. C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk. First published Feb. 1, 1906,