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WRONG MAN BURIED. Masonic Honors Intended for One Given to Catholic by Mistake. New York. Fob. 23. Shortly before midnight on Saturday the body of Boatswain Andrew Hanrlrlcksen. one of tho vIotlniB of the Kim turret explo sion on board the battleship Massa chusetts, wits lowered Into tho grave In tho cemetery adjoining the nsrnl hospital. At 2 o'clock on the afternoon of the same dny the supposed lnxly nf Handrlcksen, but In reality that of Approntlco Walter Schert, a Catholic, who onllstod from Chicago, had been burlod wlh Imposing military and Ma sonic coromonlos under the nusplces of Cambrlde I,odgo No. 062. The Ma sonic funeral service was read over Schort, the symbols of the order plac ed upon the casket, three volleys fired ovor the Bravo and the bugler Hound ed taps. Two hours after title ceremony a man came running up out nf tho hole of pie United States collier AJsx, the ship that brought the bodies of the nine victims of the explosion to this fc.,port. and reported to his commanding 'rer tutu a nimmKo nau uoen maua and tho wrong man burled. The mat ter was reported at once, and after n consultation between the officers con corned, It was decided to keep the mattor a socret and make the transfor of bodlos aftor nightfall. A dotall of men from the Columbia' performed the task; undor tho supervision of sovoral offlcors. Winter coughs aro apt to rosult In consumption If neglected. Thoy can soon' bo broken up by using Foley's Honey and Tar. For sale by Bonnor & Bonner. OIL IN GARFIELD COUNTY. Alleged Discovery of Oil Brings Forth Great Excitement. Enid, O. T., Fob. 21. Strong Indi cations of oil ltavo been discovered In y Shorldan township, In tho southwest orn part of Garfield county. Ono well Is down. 1G fcot, and the mass of oily substance that Is taken from It will Hlzzlo and burn yhon touched with a match. Thoro aro no signs of a "gusher" but Indications for findings of oil In paying quantltqs are favor a ble. Almost half tho township Is said to bo already leased, and excltomont runs high. The oil was discovered about eight or ten days ago, but no further developments will bo mado until tho nil nxnnrtn nrrlvo who liavo bcen sent for. 9 -v I .1 n . 1 1 v. a .. m i nousnnu ucuars iiiruwn Mw.iy Mr. W. W. Baker of Plalnvlow. Nob., writes: "My wlfo had lung troublo for ovor fifteen years. Wo tried a number of doctors and spent over a thousand dollars without any rcllof, .Sho was very low and I lost all hopo wnen it menu sukrubiuu trying ru ley's Honey and Tar. which I did; nnd 'thanks to this groat remedy, It saved nor llfo. Sho Is stronger and onjoys hotter health than sho has over known In ton years. Wo shall novor bo with out Foley's Honey and Tar and would ask thoso aftllctod to try It." For salo by Bonnor & Bonnor. Candidates who Itch for oillce should be scratched by the voters. Tho scratch of a pin may cause tho ,Ioss of n limb or ovon death when .... . - ... , All danger oi mis may ue uvuiuou, lood poison results from tno injury. tfoAV.evor, by promptly applying Cham '5borIaln's Pain Balm. It is an antlsop tic and nulck healing liniment for cuts bruises and burns. For sale by City Drug Store, F. J. Uamsoy and Ardmoro Drug Co A man isn't necessarily cool when ho thinks of tho price of coal A Night Alarm. Vforso than an alarm of flro at night Is tho brassy cough of croup, which sounds like tho children's death knell and It means death unless somothlng Is doae nulckly. Foley'B Honoy and lar never laus 10 give msium runui lmil nulnklv cures tho worst forms Of croup. Mrs. I L. Cordlor of Manning ton, Ky., writes: "My threo year old girl hit a sovoro caso of croup; tho doctor said sho could not live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honoy and Tar, the first doso gavo nulck relief and saved hor llfo." Refuse substitutes. For salo by Bonnor & Bonner. Soon tho coal famlno victim will bo trying to Jolly tho Iceman. ..A Mother's Recommendation. I haro used Chamborlaln's Cough Remedy for a numbor of years an havo no hesitancy In saying that It Is .tho host remedy for coughs, colds and croup I havo ovor used in my iamny, I havo not words to expross my conn dence In this romody. Mrs. J. Mooro. North Star, Mich. For salo by City- Drug Store. F. J. Itamaoy and Ardmoro Drug Co. Where there's a will thoro's usually two or inoro lawyors. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Tho only positive euro for blind i bleeding, Itching and protruding pllos, I cuts, burns, bruises, eczema and all ' abrasions of the skin. Dowitt's is u only witch Jtazot saivo tuai is maao irotn tno pure, unaauueraiea wucn hazel all othci are counterfeits, lie Witt's Witch Hi el Salvo Is made to euro counterfeits are miae te sell City Drug Store. It politics were religion more men would attead ckarefc, "DOUBLE QUICK" LOANS. Grent Hum Often lliirrleillr llnlnri tiy Wnll Street Hunk. An Interesting question often tutkert in Well street coneorim Hhs nmount of cnpltnl that n large bank could raise at an hour's notloo. That is, Iww much accommodation could n bank extend h customer unexpwtodly confronted with prefsliiR need or for tho purpose of flnnncliig n bin Ural. A Hunker or in ternational experience Is authority for tho statement that Wall el reefs facili ties in this reanrd are superior to Ion- don's In that a large undertaking could be financed here with much greater dispatch than on the other side. Said an officer of one of Wall street's most Important hanke: "It Is no trou blo nt all nowadays to raise 15,000,000 or 0,000,000 within an hour. I have Been It done too often to think for n moment that It would tax serkiimly n lnrgo bank's resources. Five times that sum, say S2fi.000.000. can be raised nt twenty-four lioura' notice. It hnB been done. Of course no one bank could do It, but the great Wall street Inetltu- Hons are linked together In such n way as to provide, almost unlimited re sources for the financing of any eafe deal. The large Imnks think little of $1,000,000 or $2,000,000 loans these days, whereas In former years they at tracted general attention, for such large amounts wore released only after con siderable negotiation. But t'jat hns nil changed now." New VorU Mull nnd Express. Picture nml (lie IJys Sir Thomas riwrence, an eminent English painter and president of the Koynl academy, commended tho pic tures of n young nrtlst and then said lo him: "You havo around your room two or threo rough, clover, but coarso Flemish sketches. If I woro you, I would not allow my eye to becomo 'a- mlllnrlzed with any but tho hlglnst forms of art. If you cannot nfford 'o buy good oil pnlntings, buy good en gravlngs of great pictures, or have nothing nt nil upon your walls. "You allow, in intercourse with your fellows, that 'ovll communications cor rupt good manners.' So Is It with pic tures. If you nllow your eye to becou" familiar with what Is vulgar In con ception, however freo nnd dashing the handling nnd however oxcellcnt tho feeling for color, your tasto will Insen slbly becomo depraved. Whereas, If you habituate your eye to look ohly on what Is puro nnd grand or refined nnd lovely, your tasto will Insensibly become elevated." I'.tlirr DrlnkliiK ! lluaaln. The habit of ether drinking Is known to be prevalent In some parts of IttiS' sin, also In cast Prussia, and nil the of forts of tho authorities to combat tho evil havo hitherto been almost fruit less. An Idea of tho extent to which tho habit prevails may bo gathered from records given In tho Russian newspapers of a recent accident which occurred nt a placo called Trossno. Ktlier Is drunk by farmers ou festive occasions; when It appears to bo con 8umcd lu pnllfuls. A farmor, celebrat ing his son's wedding, In tho fullness of his hospitality got lu two pnllfuls of ether. During tho proaess of decant lng the ether Into bottles a violent ex plosion took place, by which six clill dren were killed and one adult danger ously and fourteen others moro or less severely Injured. British Medical Jour nal. Found Tlicin Iltiril lo Ilnlnr. A great gormnnd who had a passion for shellfish Inherited n fine ostnte nml a largo sum of money. Ho had boon extravagant, and his frlouds wore greatly rejoiced at his legacy. Mr. II Barry In "Ivan at Homo" tells to what use tho money was devoted: I went to town one dny and soon learned that tho prince was In his usu al Impecunious condition. "Whoro has your legacy gone?' I asked. "Why," he replied, "you know that I am very fond of lobsters, nnd, hnvlng a river on my estate, I thought I would try to acclimatize them there, but un fortunntoly I have spent nil tho legacy in tho attempt without succeeding. I quite forgot tho water Is not spit." Short (Jrrut Men. Oliver Cromwell, Clavcrhouso nnd Mchemet All must bo content to tako it out In brains, for they all lacked Inches. Two of thoso great names nat urally suggost that of another famous soldier and usurper. Napoleon Bona parte. Lc petit corporal, as his men lovingly called him, stood nbout live feot (French) In his stockings, say 5 feet 1 In KngllHb, In stature tho Iron Duko boat him by about six Inches, while the 5 feet 4 of Nelson place him midway or thereabouts between the victor and the victim of Waterloo. After It. "Will your employer bo In nfter din nor?" lnqijlrcd the visitor of the olllco boy. "Nope," was tho laconic reply. "What makes you think so?" was tho next query. '"Cost." replied tho boy as ho pro- pared to dodge, "that's what ho went out after." Judge. . An Obedient Hoy. Papa Wlicro Is my new plpo? Small Son I I broko It. Papa Seo hero! I told you that If you took my plpo ngaln to blow bub bles with I'd whip you. Small Son I wasn't blowln' bubbles with it. I was only sinoklu' It. Chem I.lfo Snrlnir. Bill aho llfesnver has a thankless task. Job Why, I saw n man offer him dollar yesterday for saving his life. Bill rerhsps that was All he thoujat It worth. Tewn and Coentry. Atlantic Squadron U. S. NAVY IN Galveston Harbor Feb. 20-24 1903 ifery Low Rates VIA Cnll ou Acents for Particulars W. S. Keenan, G. P. A. JOIN THE CROWD. The Now Northwost Is lncronslng from Immigration, by 200,000 peoplo yearly. This rogton offers a Hold for farmers, stock raisers, minors, lum bermen, millers, fruit growors and nil classos of labor. Tho Cody-Wyoming oxtonslon Into tho Big Horn Region offers n splendid opening for tho live stock and wool business and for farm ing by irrigation. Tho Industrial expansion that la now tho basin of wealth lu tho East, will bo ropeatcd in tho Northwest OIvo somo thought toward a home In Nebraska or Minnesota, tho Dako tas, Montana, Northeastern Wyoming, Northern Idaho, Washington, tho Pu got Sound and Columbia Mvor region. NORTHWEST TRAIN TO TAKE. "Tho Burlington-Northern Pacific Expross" Is tho only through train In to tho Northwest territory in connec tion with tho Northern Pnclflc railroad. Through loaches, chair cars (scats freo), through tourist sleopors over this short lino and time-saver to tho Northwest. Connecting trains from Denver to Allianco In connection with this great through train. You can reach tho Northwost either via KanBaa City, St Jo3oph or Denver, by tho Burlington Route. TO THE NORTH. Tho Burlington has two trains dally to St. Paul and Minneapolis, reaching ho vnluablo territory of Minnesota nnd tho Dakotas traversed by tho North ern Pacific nnd Great Northern rail roads. Tho Burlington Is tho main traveled road to tho Northwest nnd North. Invostlgatn tho Northwe3t by addrosslng either tho Industrial Do partmonts of tho Groat Northern or Northern Pacific railroads at St. Paul, or the undersigned. L. L. WAKELY, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. L. J. BRICKER, T. P. A., 823 Main St.. Kansas City, Mo. F. C. SHARON, S. W. P. A., 823 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. Notice of First Meeting of Creditors, In the United States wonrt In the In dian Torrltory, Southern District, at Pauls Valley. In tho mattor of A. H., Stephens & Co., a co-partnorshlp composed of A. H. Stephens, E. D. Kendall nnd U O. Kendall, bank' rupts, In bankruptcy. . To tho crodltora of A. H. Stephens & Co of Pauls Valley, of Southern dls trlct nforosald, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that ou tho Cth day of Fobruary, 1003, tho snld A. H- Stoph ens & Co. wns duly ndjudlcatcd bank. rupt, and that tho first mooting of creditors will bo bald at Pauls Vnlloy, In tho Southorn dUtrlct, Indian Torrl tory, on tho 38th dny of Fobruary, 1903 at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, at whlcv tlmo and i.lace tho said creditors may attend, provo tholr claims, appoint a trustee, oxamlno tho bankrupt and transact bupH othor business as may properly corn' boforo said meotlng. 7ERKER E. TAYLOR Itoforoo In Bankrupted, First published Fob. 18, 1902. A small volco In a mnn 'iftor has tho same effect as a holo In a nickel. To Curo a Cold In One Day Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets AH druggists refund tho money If falls to euro. W. E. Grove's signature Is on each box. 3 Sc. Somo boardlng-houso spring chick ens aro lions In their second childhood Are You Restless at Night? An harassod by a bad cough? Uso Ballard's horchound Syrup. It will sc euro you sound sloop and effect a prompt and radical cure. 2Ec, COc and i Dottios at w. u. Framo's. Tui&oya aro Innocent birds, almost any silly woman can stuff them. Foley's Honey Uronlldrea.satcsure. ispmtee. A. C. YOUNG. . V aS Tl toko iaxauve oromo quinine lacicts. Seven Million boxes toll In past 13 months. ThlS Signature, -' FOR 30 0115 Wo Have Cnt tho Prico on Kvorytliing in Stock This cut price sale offers youHhe finest opportunity you will ever have to treat your horse to a'splen dicl, well-fitting, good-looking and almost ever-lastfng set of hand made buggy harness. .ap Robes and Buggy Whips Have Not Been Neglected in the Cut Price Sale. Winter Lap Robes at Cost, and when I say Cost, it Means Just What I Paid for the Goods in the Market. Bring Your Friends and Come. Look for the White Horse Sign. L. J. Johnson, The Saddler, C. O. & Q. R. r. MEMPHIS, THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST, TEXAS, OLD MEXICO, CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST. Pullman Driwlng-Room Buffet Steepen Th.ough lo Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver. FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS On Mil Trcilr;n. UNEQUALED 8CHEDULES J.8.HCNALLY, D. P. A., Oklahoma Clly, 0. T. QE0. H. LEE, G. . t, EASY RUNiN 1NGJWAGONS Have the Least Use for Speech and a Buggj of the Right Make Requires Less of the Oily Tongue- That is why we Handle the Bain, Spring field, O'Brien and James & Graham Wagons, High Grade Hynes Buggies and McVicker Buggies and Surreys, Farm Hacks, etc. Then we believe, to make earth turningj easy, you should use our Volunteer Victor Riding Cultivators, and -a full line of Plows. 4. mirh. nr.rtln.'. trftlnlntr ichool. comDleta Dd dd to date In ererr department ! - nlebt ichool the entire jear. Day obr Tultton IT.M ner month or Ju for unlimited aekoiaranip. uoara no to iixm -term Noraoatlun. Pnptla may enter at any time, Rrery papilla plaoed on M irlt may adranoe aa rapidly aa hla ability will permit. Thorourh training In an rtiudt ' oonilatent with emolenoy. i.i vor ittaloicik addreaa To Cure a Cold in One Day S . . . Nt 30 DATS Ardmore, I.-T. THE NATURAL ROUTE ru AND PERFECT SERVICE. E. M. DUNCAN, T. P. A., Oklahoma City. 0. V. T. A., LIIIIj Rock, Ark Road Wagons.J the Bices Walking Cultivators, Stevens, Kennerly & Spragins Co. iiuplla attend nlirht aobool without extra Kelerenoea Any bank or batlneaa arm id a. r. bblvih a. u. rrnld.at. HiiaaaTiiie. Taxai. Cures Crip In Two Days. A (yL& vT' on every 'yi'Tnrtf box. 25c. FOR SALE Ono room houso with nlco corner lot, West Broadway, A bargain. Nlco block on WeBt Main with ono homo and barn, nnd unfinished houso with good well. Ono half block In West Ardmore with two 2-room houses, good well and barn. Good lot In East Ardmoro, wltU fonco nnd foundation for house, l'rlco $E0. Good 5-room houso In North Ard more. A bargain. Tho above properly can bo bouuht for part cash, the balance on tlmo. Eighty noros of good land In Mis souri. Will soil for ensu or trade for dtsirablo property In Ardmoro. Oao largo block In Southoast Ard more. Will sell any numbor of lots, from ono to six, to suit purchaser. I)OAK & SMITH, Real Ustoto nnd Rental Agts. A Stenography Glass Mm W, A. Bhelton will teach i olnia In ahorthand nnd typewriting T nt ner noma, 700 B alreet. H.15. Ard mare, UcKlnnliiR January 27, Koch HlQdunt will be eIvoc one beur Uot dny and tbe hoar may be aeleoted to ault the convenlonae ot atndont. 4 jura, uneiton la n irrndnato or , Klne'a bualnoaa ooIIorn of Texaa. Tuition, $3 Per Month. Ily this chnoco yon are onabled to do your work and leara atonoirrnphy. Call or Thone : Mrs. W. A. Sholion. I 706 G St., 'Phone S. E. I71. RHEUMATISM CURED AT LAST Good News For All Who Suffer With Rheumatism Free. To all who Buffer with rheumatism I will gladly send freo tho wondorfui story ot how my mother wns cured aftor tctt yearn of suffering, togother with tho most clahorato treaUso on. rhoumatlsm over published. No mattor what your form of rheu matism Is, whether acuto, chronic, muscular, Inflammatory, deforrnant, sciatic, nouralgla, cuut, lumbago, cte. - -no mattor now many doctors havo failed In your case no mattor how many so-called "suio cures" you havo tried I want you to wrlto mo and lot mo toll you how mother was cured. I am neither a doctor nor a profes sor simply a plain man of bualnoaa but I havo a CUIUS for rhoumatisBi, and I want to toll ovoryjino who suf fers with rhoumntlsm all about It. I wish to bo very clearly understood, and I trust that all who aro suffeatos wun mm lornuio dlseaso, however ap parently beyond U10 reach of cur, yrJU wrlto to me this day and I will smd you by return mall thin work of mint. I appeal esjwclnlly to tho "chronloaMr 1H' who aro wearlod and discourage with "doctoring" and to thoso vho havo been cast asldo as "IncuraU$." All you havo thought about rheuma tism may bo wrong. Ltit mo tell y our oxporJonco. Surely, If you har rhoumatlsm, or have a suffering fries! It will pay you to Investigate my offer anyway, and provo for yourself Umm claims I make. Sonil mo your address today a pos tal card will do and I will mall ypa this wondorful story. If you havo any frlonds suffering with rhoumatlsm, no mattor whoro located, send ma their address, and I will mall thorn a copy. My address Is VICTOR IIAWDOVT. Dloomflold, Ind. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks dcsiqns Copyrights Ac. Anyone aendlnv a vketrh and itacrlntlnii mar inlctlr ascertain our opinion free whether au luTQUtlnn U probablr imtentttbie. Conununlr. llonattrtctlrconDdetmnL llandboottou 1'aleuu nifrea. ul.liit opener forKecur'nirpaleniii. t'nlenta laaeu tlirouuh Muiiu & Co. recvitr tntciat node;, without charae. In tho Scientific American. A handsomely llluttrated weeklr. 1xtetl ttr culatlan of any aclentulo JnanuO. 1'ernit a yeir; four roontlia, 1. dbfall rte.lir4. MUNN & Co-a"1-'- New YoiSr branch Office. (US Y Ht, Wsnhlnclon, U. 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