List ot tdvertlsed letter t UieArM
more pottofflce Primtarr V) -19(i3
John, Mary L.
Johnson, Mrs. Jamoi
Louis, Mary U
Pawling, Mm. Lucy
Pollock, B. H.
Slkey. Wllrto II.
Strtnlson, Mrs. Dannie
Taylor, Mr. M. A.
.Womnck, Sadie S
Alexander, Wade L.
. Arnold, Joe
Baken, O. W.
' Brown, 'George
Benton, A; N. N. '
'Bar!, , Jack
Betep, A. K.
filler, V. M.
Head. J. 0. 2
Hurtl, II. M. '
Koon, W. C.
m'Doiiald, W. V
Mulllns, II. J.
Itogenj, IJ. C.
Shirley, J. U
Tibbett, Tom: 2
Wntta, Charles J.
"Wheal, M. D.
Willis. :S. W.
In calling for the abovo letters,
please say "advertised."
D. 'KEDFIHLD. ,V
The scratch of a pin may canso th
loss ot a limb or won death when
blood poison results from the injury.
All Hanger or tins may bo avoided
howover. by promptly applying Cham
iborlaln's Pain Balm. U Is an antisep
tic anil quick healing llnlmont foncuts
!bruisqs and burna. Kor salo by KDlty
Drug Store, F. J. Hnmsoy and Ardmoro
Under all curablecondilions
Mr. D. Kauble of
Nevada, O. . wao
ler of Hllilard,
Pa , -was cured
Make Our Store Your Headquarters When
You are Looking Around or When You Have
Cory )e in From Out of Town. . . , . . .
We Sell and Buy
Second Hand Goods.
Y hnvc juflt received u bic shipment of Cnrpett, 'IltiEs, Kockiuc
Chnirei, Center Tables, nnd havo a bic eto of New Furniture, Stoves, tV. A. Lodbctter.
li icrcles, GntiH, -Bowing Machines, or nny kind of old goods. Seo
whou yoa wnutto buy or sell. Tell your frionds ivo nre doitifr a bic
baainiwa. We sell -for cash or on installments to anybody on
CU. oad word, -wrlto or 'phone No. 104. Preo' Delivery.
I cured by Kodol A
of stomach ffjA
W traiibla which fflm
Fostor, I. T., Fob. 10. A tlw xnin
has koen falling since 8 o'clock last
Health Is vary good.
J-nrniers aro plowing and seam to be
m fine "spirits for a good crop, ns the
ground Is In better condition than It
has been for a lone time. There is no
small grain sown In this comrmiulty,
bunco the crop will be corn and cot
Our school is still progressing nice
There was spelling at the school
bouse Sulurday night.
Thuro is some talk of organizing a
literary society In the near future.
J. H. Shelton and J. W. Alexander
went to Velma on business Saturday
lUra. William Fisk and daughter,
Mnttle, of uir Homor, aro In to mi
visiting friends nnd relatives. W
hear that Mr. 'Fisk lntomls locating In
town. "Wo would bo glad to welcome
them among us.
The races are still on and will prob
ably continue -until March.
8TAR ROUTE MAIL LINES.
Ardmore to Madill.
Mad 111 6:00 p. m.
Leave dally except Sunday.
RUSSELL, DICK 4.
Oftlco In NobU Bros.' bulIdlnK.
S. T. Blodsoe.
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE,
Attornoya at Law.
Offlco in Lcdbottsr ft Bledsos Build
ing, Main streoL
Ardmore to Ravla.
I.eavo Ardmore 7:00 a, m.
Arrive Provence 9:00 a. m.
Durwood 10:10 a. ra.
Earl 11:20 a. m.
Mannsvtllo liStr'p. m.
1 Norton 3:00 p. m.
' Ilavla 4:00 p. m.
Leave dally except Sunday.
RT 4l T sJ H IT ,T i ft The Il0l,HC Fmi8hinK People,
XXl-UU&'CV XXiliUAO, Ardmore, Intl. Tcr.
A. Life A it nt.s..f..1.tA.tf.iT..T. J.iTuf.flr.V i- a -- t- - t. . ,t, J. A ,t. A J, A A 1 A , I..L i J
DR. J. M. VADEN,
Physician and Surgeon.
Uspeclal attention glvon to dlseasos
of women r.nd children.
Olllco lu Noblo building. Offlco
phono CS. Hesldonco 'phono 71.
W. M. ANDERSON,
The well narulatcd farm, wliero peace
and plenty reiRn, enn never bo had without
tho'late8t labor savinr machinery. Ilere
is a list of labor saving machinery thnt is
acknowledced, even by other mamifac
turere nnd dealers, to be the beet thero is
on the market. 'It's the celebrated line of
Kingman Stalk Cutters,
Kingman Turning Plows,
Kingman Middle Bursters,
Kingman Combination Cot
ton and-Com Checkers.
Our prices are tho vc:y lowest, and
teniJB aB'Hbrnl,s you can nsk. Como in
to eeo us beforo you Ret too busy with
White ft Smith's Stable.
Itos. 'Phono No.
DOCTOR R. D. MOORE
liiiDS, Mo & Co,,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
OFFICES! In Noble Buildinc
Telephones) Ileitdencr "A, Olllce 149.
Or. F. je. von KeLlet,
Oonlldl nrt AarUt.
8toll attention Blren to Snmerr nt
Dlieues ot the
HYG, BAR, NOSE AND TMROA't ,
Qlasscs Accurately Fitted.
Offloe orer Ilonner A nonner'i nrnirHtnrr
uonma annuo. Aromore. I. T.
-rnonei uo:nonqo i. umoo m
DR. J. W. SMITH,
Physician and Surijcon.
Office In Gorman DulJdlng,
Office 'Phone & 3 Klngi.
Itealdence 'I'hono 14.
Olllco hours 10 to 12 n. in., U to i p. m.
Special attention give to Diseases ot
Wotnon and Chlltlron.
Lcavo Ardmoro 7:00 a. m.
Arrlvo Hoxbar 10:30 a. m.
' Wilson 12:00 m.
' McMillan 2: 00 .p. m.
Tylor 3:00 p. m.
Wcavorton 4:00 p. m.
' Oakland C:30 p. m.
Ardmore to Simon.
Ijave Ardmoro 0:30 a. in.
Arrlvo Ilrock 8:30 a, aa.
" Cheek 10:00 a. m.
" Simon 12:30 p. m.
Ixsavo Cnlly oxcopt Sundny.
Btnr Route malls close promptly
on leavlnc time.
Ardmore to Healdton,
I.eavo Ardmoro 0:30 a. m
Arrlvo Ixno Grove 8:30 a. tn.
" Hewitt 10:30 a. m.
Henldton 12:30 p. m,
Lcavo dally oxcopt Sunday.
Finland Is being relieved In ono way,
while Vonozucla Is being relieved la
another way. (
Mrs. n. W. Evans, Clearwater, Knn.,
writes: "My husband lay sick for
thrco months; tho doctors stated ho
had quick consumption. Wo procured
a bottlo ot Dallard's Horchound Syrup
and it cured htm. That was six years
ngo and slnco then wo always kept a
bottlo In tho houso. We can not do
without It. For coughs and colds it
has no equal." 25c, COc and $1 bottles
at W. D. Frame's.
Ilo. Phone M.
i. U. MOMcit
K4j. Hkosn i.
The Hardware Men.
ARDMORE, - - JND.
hardy a HoNKKb,
i'UVBICIAHB AND HOllOKOIlb.
uaioe tionrji to to 12 . m.. l to i. m..nt
(to Op. m.i Hanilhy,. toto II a. u. and s Hi
P. Ol. OlCne lllollH m. IllHoB amr llt-mmr.
lruv (tars corner Mnla and Gtddo alreelt.
W. M. CflANOELLOR
Physician and Surgeon
N'Ubo, I. T., Feb. 0. Our twiners nre'J
ttiruiilag tho soli for another crop. j
The -.ret nnd warm weather is mak
ing the vogotation nnd .grass .grow In
Stock J looking bad and some of
our farmers aro losing cattlo wV-h a
dlseaso similar to blackleg.
Mrs. Eastman James nnd H. C.
Krebs made a business trip to AnJ
ttioro Monday on account of bad roads
Xo other towns. ,
Sulphur Is getting what llttlo cot
ton our farmers have to sell now.
Dan Thompson, of Guy Sandy paid
tils old tlmo friends, Mr. and Mrs. R.
O. Krobbs, ot Board Bottom, a visit
Mrs. Eastman James moved this
week to Mill Crook and has left hor
homo and stock In chargo of Charloy
Coker. Charley Is a business young
gentleman, nnd Mrsv James could havo
solectod no hotter man.
Nobo has a good school with a largo
attendance and a good toachor. Prof.
Drake is giving porfect satisfaction.
, On account of bad wagon roads and
no bridge on Caddo creek, Ardmoro
will miss lots of credit nnd cash trade
from tills part of tho Chickasaw nation.
Tendency of the Times.
Tho tendency (if modlcnl science Is
toward provontivo measures. Tho
boat thought of the world Is boin
given to tho subject. It Is easier and
better to prevent than to cure. It has
been fully demonstrated thnt pneumo
nia, ono of tho most dangerous dis
eases that jnedicnl men have to con
tend with, can bo crovented by tho
uso of Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy.
Pneumonia always results from a cold
or from an attack of itntluonza (grip),
and It has betn observed that this rem
edy counteracts any tendency of these
diseases toward pneumonln. This has
been fully proren In many thousands
of cases In whicu this remedy has been
used during tho great .prevalence of
colds and grip In recent years, and
can bo relied upon with Implicit con
fidence. Pneumonia often results
from a slight cold whou no dangor is
apprehended until It Is suddenly dis
covered that there is fever and ' dim
culty In breathing and puias In tho
chost, then It Is announced that tho
patient han pnoumonla. Be on tho
snfo side and tnke Chamberlain's
Cough remedy ns soon as the cold Is
contracted. It alwnys cures. Kor salo
by City Drug Store, P. J. Itamct-y and
Ardmoro Drug Co.
It must bo hard for some peirptp 'to
bo poor, but. Xor othors it Is tbe .easi
est thing in the -world.
Chamber of Commerce Committee.
Finance J. A. Blreus, C. L. Ander
son, J. A. Madden.
Manufacturing and mercantile In
terests C. It. ones, J. It. Pennington,
J. K. P. Campbell.
Public highways Mas Westheimer,
1.. B. Roborson, W. S. Wolvortou, A.
H. Palmer, H. II. Pennington.
Advertising SIg Simon, T. N. Cole
man, orln uednold.
Railroads, etc. W. A. Ledbetter, P
M. Gates, John L. Gait, W. P. Whit
tington, C. h. Herbert.
Agriculture J. B. Boone, John P
Easloy, J. S. Mullen, M. Mun?oshcimer
Membership C. L. Byrne, R. W
Dick, Don Lacy.
Entortalnments John U Gait. A
V. Doak, E. W. Roberts.
House R. W. Dick, W. A. Wolvcr
ton, A. C. Young.
Arbitration C. L. Herbert, Lee
Cruco, D. E. Allen, W. P. Poland, J.
SIDNEY SUGGS, Pres.
C. L. BYRNE, Sec'y.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bledder rh'ht
i ( iN.Si II l.)A h
. A V A ' JL JL IW XT
Jiavc you ever thought of the con
venience oS finding everything good
to eat under one roof?
If you have tried Felker's, you know
it'io just such a place, and also that
promptness and care in delivery is
H 3'ou are not already a customer,
begin the 3'ear aright v opening an
fa- B"- 6
Hie Ardmoreiie forl,rs,-ct
LOW HOLIDAY MT!
A. S. WAONER.
Will sell tickets at one fare plus $2 for the round
trip, Dec. 13, 17. 21, 22, 23, 26. Limit 30 days.
Cotton Belt trains carry Pullman Sleepers at night,
Patlor Cafe Cars during the day, and Through
Coaches and Fres Reclining Chair Cars botli day
and night. The service compares favorably with
that of any road in the country.
Write and tell us where you are going and when
you will leave, and we will tell you what your ticket
will cost and what train to take to make the best
time and connections,
T. P. LITTLE, P. M. MOIKJAN,
T. A.. Coillcati, Tm. T. P. A.. Fl. Vorlh. Ttx.
W. H. WEEKS, 0. t. 4 T( A., Tjitr, Tu.
Wo mako Hsnues of women and chlldrflD
and cunurl nuerctlvn mamurv n mipplnltT.
IttiHldoDco. a trout nortritiaiit, lepond door
Offlco with Ardmoro Drug Co.
Dlllco phono SO, realdencq phono 228.
In tho United States District Court in
tho Indian Territory, Southern Dis
trict. W. C. lllblor plaintiff vs.
Mary 13. Hlblcr defondnnt.
Tho dofendnnt, Mary 13. Hlblcr, is
warned to appoar In this court In thir
ty days and nnswer tho complaint of
tho plaintiff, W. C. Hlblcr.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend,
judge of said district court and tho
seal thereof this 3d day of Pobruary,
C. M. CAMPDHLL, Clerk
J. S. MULLEN, Atty.
8. II. BUTLER, Atty for Non-Res.
First published Fob. 3, 1903.
X. W. FOLSOM, AI. D.
Dooh a Geuernl Practice. Specinl
Anontion to ObfitotricB, Dieeas-
e of Vvomou and (JiiildMn.
31 Year Experlcaco.
Offloe orer Ilonner & Ilonner'i drnir Hon
ucoi Donne is reiidnona tit.
We treat botti Acute and Chronic ul
rRMD, ,ut make a specialty of chToslt
dlHManeri And diseases of rromsu.
OTlco, 414 lorth Washlnoton Strati
DR. J. F. ON,
Physician and 8urseon.
Bjoclnl Attention Given to Dlsa&ra:
ot Woien nnd Children.
Offlco In Gorman lulldlnx.
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 n.ii,
Offlco Phone i.o. 6.
Residence Phone No. 1SS
ENLOE & FANN,
When thoy have dono your dontnl
work It ennnot bo Improved upon.
Offlco in Cruco building, opposite
postoiilco. 'Phono 121.
A. H. ADAMH,
D If NTIOT.
The Latest finprovomunt lor Oxav
ond Kriflgc Worn.
Prints All the NEWS All the Time.
Lnotl iuiirthatloi JmlnliUrtrt fur lot
.)!nlsii extrtlna of tneth.
All work irPrtnteod. Prlco lo anil tfct
oraoa OTr Rinilol' )oro. Ardmor.!. T
DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Tho only posltlvo euro for blind,
bleeding, Itching and protruding piles,
cuts, hums, bruises, oczomu and nil
abrasions of the skin. DoWitt's is the
only Witch Hnzol salvo that Is made
from tho puro, unadulterated witch
hazel all othors aro counterfeits. Do
Wltfs Witch Hazel Salvo is niado to
cure counterfeits are made to sell.
City Drug Store.
In tho United States Commissioner's
Court in tho Indian Torrltory, South
cm District, at Ardmoro:
J. It. Milam Co plaintiffs vs. Geo.
Ivlo defendant. Tho defendant, Geo.
Ivlo Is warned to appear in this court
in thirty dnys and answer tho com
plant of J. D. Milam & Co.
Witness tho Hon. T. N. Itobnett,
United Stales commissioner, this 13th
day of January, 1003. i
t. n. noriNETT;
U. S. Commissioner.
POTTER, BOWMAN & POTTER,
J. C. THOMPSON, Attorney for Non
Resident. .First published Jan. 13, ISO?.
In the United Statos court for the
Southern district of Iadlan Terrl
tory. In tho matter of Miss Eillo Uallcy,
bankrupt, in bankruptcy.
To tho croditors of Miss Efflo
Ilalloy of Terral and district afore
said, bankrupt. '
Notico is hereby given thnt on the
20th day of January, A. D. 1303. tho
said Miss Efllo Halloy wns duly adju
dicated bankrupt; and that the first
mooting of hor croditors will bo held
In tho Unltod Statos courtrooms at
Ryan on tho Uth day of February, A
D. 1903, at C o'clock in tho afternoon.
at which timo tho said creditors may
attend, provo thoir claims, c.amlno
tho bankrupt, appoint a trustee and
transact such other business as mav
proporty como beforo sold meeting.
Rcfereo In Bankruptcy.
First published Fob. 2, 1003.
In tho United Statos Commissioner's
Court in tho Indian TerrlUny,
Hughes Bros. Mfg. Co.. plaintiff, vr.
J. B. Duncan, dofendant.
Tho dofendant. J. B. Duncan, is
warned to appear in this court in thir
ty days an-1 answer tho complaint uf
tho plaintiff. Hughes Bros. Mfg. Co.
Witness T. N. nobnott, U. S. com
missioner, this 22nd day af January,
1063. T. N. ROBNETT.
U. S. Commissioner.
H. A. LoJbetter, attorney for plain-
Tom Norman, attorney for non-ret,!-
First published Jan. 23, 1903.
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