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8p"ll Correspond"- Martetla. I. T.. Fe . Tk Wi zard Utat pMMi tfcls way resulted la bo Ilttls 4ajfar-- 1 1 our atiK-kmm TV writhe s n w n a T-ry good war to bright' th- b'-ar of our people and again j rni' ir farmer to prepw the art' mi f ir another grcftt harrest Th i-anon null did sot tmr that Tillage 'urinj screntl in- !' Mr l-;i. rb-n' infant r : . i Krl day fr. 8brbn was a' '-i 'im from X'oka by mssM snri'mn' In tti sriosas lUnf-as. Mr. Kitif. who hat brn r-miidrd danKrouly ill, Is slowly but mi rely Intpror'ng. J B Alike w ram down froei Wag mer, hw h has b"n in a grest r.-rival .ln'o January 1 There ha bni o- r 27' f worst ion to the (-Ji'irra - and the n-vtval will be rtnHni ; toon a the w-ath-r will aJmlt IT. l.'t .Saturday f ir the por poe of oti'iniilnn It. The public nrhoola have Iteen hlnd-f-r-d gri-sMy by the rx '-nt weather. All 'tr 'a''hr left oa lam Friday to attend the Chlf-kaamw T-a'hf-r" Asao 'iatlon at t'urrell. Mrs. Ir r;raham left a T- ago for Kew Orl-ana where fh" will visit for a few 1st Otir cif'hr were kept boar teat wek I !'in bora for oar tow citi zen Ioi of farmer are In town baying e-ds ef VW7 kind for garden and farm. Cured Consumption. 2ltt. II. W. Evans, Clearwater. Kan., writes: "My hHsband lay sick for tbreo months; tho doctors stated he bad qulek consumption. We procured a bottle of Ballard's Horohound Syrup and tt cured blm. That was six years ago and slnoo then wo always kept a bottle In the house. Wo can not do without it Kb- cotiRhs and colds It lias no equal." 26e, Ctc and l bottles at W. U. Frame's. Dill Arp. 1 suspected Mark Hnnna when be In- traduced that bill Hut he mado a bad break. He was trying to get ahead of Teddy, and failed, llrlng In another horso, Mark. We wore wll ling for your folks to ponslon our old darklos but your bill would have sail rated half tho population, and Includ od tho 30,000 you stolo from us boforo tho war. Our old negrooa nro tho best wo have got. My wlfo bought Uireo shuck foot mats front ono yestor day and got another to put In a split bottom chair. Wo would rojolce to hop these old negroos handle so mo pension monoy. An old woman got 2i yesterday for her husband's sor YU , anil I asked her what he had done and she sain liu kept the olDcers of his company In chickens all the way Irom Chattanooga to Sarannali. Our old cook. Aunt Ann, snld the colored people were itowwful fond of chicken too and If her old man could not get a chlrken any other way he would go to town and buy one. Hut It looks now like Teddy's hand has busied on Uie race problem. The North is worse, nuzzled orer It than ever, and Skwteiary Hoot baa anokfch out In DVKtliiK and aays that social equality ami oMce holding has to be abandoui .i Iiinbcip Tpmer declares that the v.boie problem Is In a more uuxettled condition than it ha been In thirty years, and they must be sent ba-k to Africa. That Is all right, but we wapt those who brought thera here to be made to take them back. One Minute Cough Cure gives rollef In one minute because It kills the mi crobe which tickles the mucous mem brane, causing tho cough, and nt tho same time clears tho phlegm, draws out the Inflammation nnd heals nnd soothos tho affected parts. One Mln uto Cough Cure strengthens the lungs, wards off pnoumoula ami In a harmloss and never falling euro In nil curable cases of coughs, colds and croups. Ono Minute Cough Curo Is pluaunnt to take, harmless and good nllko for young nml old. City Drug Store, 8IMON. Special CorroarKHidence, We nr. snowed under this week but an stin m the ring;. Tlio people are very busy feeding ih' lr r ck and still they die. J M ISdeJen Is with us again tliU week. Also Hill Bvarhaort Charley Ilogue of Itubottom paasod through yesterday ea root to Ard more. Our school hits been stnptn,ied thin w-k but wilt come alive again when the sun shim. We ! do mail this week and the P'-Kle n.L- gating very anxious to hear aome news. The thermometer register! 8 de green Monday morning. H-VHral wagons from this section 1 "M. thu morning for Ardmore. Mother ana gafNy gTe Foley's Hob ;nda"coidr lf ";?,r ch",,ran for ind colds, for It contsltiK uo opiate r.r & Jionnor. Tho Jatcholl Wagon Is tho "Mon arch of jho road."- . VIUJAMS, COIUIN & CO. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The fee for notice! under this bead to filJO, payable strictly la adraaoa. For Mayor. I hereby aiitowaco asytwlf a oaadi laie for releetlom to Ike offl'e of mayor of the city of Ardmore at the coming April electlou. R. W. MCK. For City Attarney. I heretor announce mywlf a raadl- lata for re-election to the ofic of ctly atumMf for Um cRy of Ardraors at the April electfoa. 3XMW H. K-VHERB I hereby announce mylf a a randi- o e for the offlce of city auorney lor te c-i'y of Ardtncre at lb elect .on la April CAHW1MJ- BENNETT. Tax Aetvr and Collector. I hereby announce myself a candi date for th ofllre of tax aaaeeeor a ad cot lector for the city of .Vrassore, at tae election in April. J. li. VXTStt. I hereby announce myself a eaadl- ate for re elactioa to the ottce of Tax Aassaaar aad Collector for the city of Ardaaore at the April olection. WM. K. ROBERTS. I kerebx aoaoaace Myaelf a candi date tor the Oee of City Assessor aaat Collector for the city of Arasaora. taction in April. J. It PULLIAM. For Polloe Judge. I hereby announce myself a caadl date for re-eteetlon to the olllee ef I'o- Use Judge lor the elty of A ram ore lflecUou In April. JOHN U OAhi. Chief of Police. I hereby announce myself a eandl dato for re-oloctlon for tha offlce or Chief of Police of tho city of Ardmora at tho April election. D, B. BOOKER ( hereby announce mysolf a candi date for the odlco of Chief of Police lor tho city of Ardmore at the April election. A. S. PUIXIAU. For Treasurer. Tho Ardmorelto Is authorised to an nounce Frank Dutt as a candidate foi city treasurer for tho city of Ardmoro at (ho April oloctlon. I horeby announce mysolt a candl dato for tho ofllco of City Treasurer for tho city of Ardmoro at tho April oleoUon. I.ON M. FRAME. For Alderman. At the earnest request of many friends I hereby announce myself a cttttdldato for re-election to tho office of Alderman In the First waid. J. W aOLUJDOE. I hereby announce myself a candl date for alderman for the First ward, subject to the will of the voturs at the election In April. J. N. MORGAN. I hereby announce myself a candl date for alderman for the Second ward at the April election. I.UH n. HonmtsoN. I hereby Announce myself us a oan dhtate for Alderman of the Second ward at the April election. C. V. FRALBY. 1 hereby announce myaelf a "iit!l date for the offlce of Aldermnu .or the Fourtli ward of the city of Ardmore. Election In April. W. V. WIUTTINQTOK. A. 0. Young allows his name to rc appear as candidate for re-election to the olllee of alderman from the Fourth ward at the April election. I announce myself as a candidate for election to the oUlce of Alderman for the Fourth ward at the April election. FRANK IlEimYHII.U City Scivangcr. Wo are authorised to announce Jake Williams as a candidate for city scav enger nt the April electlou. I horeby announce myself a candi date for the offlce ot city scavenger for the city of Ardmore at the election In April. ROB CARTER I hereby announce myaelf a candi date for re-election as city scavenger for the oily ot Ardmore at the election In April. I10II McOIJICK. I hereby announce myaeV a eandl date for City Scavenger for the' city of An! more at the election In April. I.. C. POLLARD. I h by announce myself a candi date for the offlao of City Scavenger for the city of An(more at the election In April. O. S. HAII.HY. I hereby announce myself a candi date tor scavenger for the city of And more at the wlection In April. W. P. CANNAVAN. I hereby announce ruyself a candi date for Scavenger tor the city of ArJ more, at the April election. CLAIIHNCH 8 LOAN. 1 hereby announce myself a candi date for the ofllce of city scavenger for the city of Ardmoro at tho April elec Ht. J. J. READ. Tho Ardmoro Ico Co. sells Ardmore coal. 'Phsno In your order. 2-tf J' ACTtVE OLD AGE. Here t .. -! to Drnrlarx Than In 9hortpalaK Life. TVtt - - ,-r'-r- for th-e b tief .n t:.. ir -r M aa after ai'tr - " la- '--r. i a 1 8n tBStO for ?l- : z f if bK-b rmtr frr.iii t'- euf,.r' "1 ir . t.i ItT. Two Bo! sloe lii't.ui. - a: d i-'!iai. freer from doubt than n.ot a to whether It Is eti md aloste that kill and not the dawaae Of old ege or a . "r ie 511c tnalad;. are lho of Napei-.ui tbe Ureat aiil IiiBMr'k. The one v,A tux years lc St Helena, the o'! r eicbt years KrieOrr burnt., m'li "t-atiiig out h. betrt " If ever there were nwn wb ought on the ui.jit!on to bare beu Killed by the total ui-'iio:i of their ctl rttle. tbeav two ooaLt to bare bew. but it would be extremely diss ealt to abow that tbey wee. Tbosbtfc Kapoleon wae no more than fifty-three, yet It was the specific disease of cancer f tbe stootacb uf which be died, and the connection between bis exiled lone linens and the direct cauae of bis death does not seem very apparent. On tb other band, Illstnarck at the aaje of serenfy-flve. when be was dtsmleeed from tbe chaDcetlorblp, coald not bare had a likelihood of more nrolonaed years than be actually achieved"1 out of oeUce even If be had continued In offlo' until tbe end. A wis man If not to. dyspeptic will aerer lose touch with actaal Hfe. There are ok! men witU young hearts, and the elder when i. baa a young heart Is perhaps tbe most dellfrhtfal type humanity can show us Saturday Review. I'rrnlc of n Thiinil-rlioti. Tbe annate of a French academy of rcfen tell of a tailor's adventure with a thunderbolt lie lived in a bouse pro vtdtd wttb two chimneys one for a fireplace and the other for a stove, tbe batter not in use, During a thunder storm a tremendous report was heard, and everybody thought that tho house bad been struck by lightning. Instant ly n blue flaming ball dropped Into tbe fireplace and rolled out Into the room, seemingly about six Inches above the floor. The excited tailor ran around the room, the bell of Ore playing about his feet Suddenly tt rose above his head and moved off toward the stoveplpo hole In the celling, which had a piece of pnper pasted over It. The ball moved straight through tbe paper ami up the chimney. When near the top. It ex ploded and tore the chimney Into thou sands of fragments. The sight of tbe debris left by the explosion showed the family what would have been the con sequences bad It exploded while on Its gyrating passage through the room. I, earn From the AnllilllTn. Learn of tho animals. Tho horso teaches us to bo silent under punish ment nnd patient In suffering. From the Hon we learn bravado. From the cat we learn to prowl nt night. From the dog we learn bow to be faithful to a frieud. The camel teaches us absti nence. Tho elephant teaches us how to be calm In adversity. Tho hippopota mus teaches us repose. The shy little rabbit teaches us how to die without a murmur. The antelope teaches us tbe foolishness ot idle curioMty. The hop toad teaclies us tho evils of gluttony. The ant teaches us Industry and wis dom In council. The hen teaches us to go In out of the wet (yet 1 have seen fool bens which did not know tbe dif ference between sunshine and rain). Some men might learn of hogs bow to be gentlemen. New York Press. I'ullr ((unllned. Tbe story la told of a man who by some unaccountable blunder by the ap pointing authority was made Judge of a minor court lie could neither read nor write, but that did not give blm any uneasiness, alt be ugh it arouacj win fear, tu tbe breast of his wife. "What are you going to do when there's any reading or writing comes Into cases?" she timidly Inquired. "Tbe folks that bring tbe readln' will read It, and tbe folks that want tho wrltln' will write It," calmly replied his honor, "or If they can't I shall com mit 'em. All I've got to attend to, Hit ty. Is the Jndglu', and I can do that as quick as anybody." The Woralil nt the Sloan. The Moslem still slaps his bunds at the sight of the new moon nnd muttors a prayer, although the Koran appears to forbid the practice In tbe words, "Ileral not In adoration of tbe sun or moon." Herodotus accuses the ancient Persians of being moon worshipers, and. though tbey denied tbe practice, the following passage from the Zend Areata would seem to be conclusive:, "We sacrifice to tbe new moon, the holy and master of holiness; we sacri fice to tbe full moon, tbe holy and mas ter of holiness." I'iiiicIiiiiIII)' n Thief or Time, ,Mr. Max Uecbt writes. "On Thurs day of last week at 830, tbe hour fixed for the rehearsal of Trial or Jury.' I met Mr. Gilbert at tbe stage door ef tbe Lyric and congratulated him on bis punctuality. 'Don't' lte refilled, 'I hare lost more time through being punctual tlwn through anything else.' London M. A. P. InltlliU. Enrolling Ottlcer Wliot Is your name? Jtecrult Owen Hsny Casey. Unrolling Olllcur (with ovldent Irrita tion) Shoot a few of those Inltlnlsl O. N. S. P. K. 0. whnt?-Chlcago Trib une. Mure Tlilnir. "Nanto the world's greatest coin poer," nald tho musical Instructor. "Chloroform," promptly replied tho young man who had studied medicine If society took better care of Its poor out ef Jail tbcro would be less need of Jails or Jailers. Hoston Transcript LOCAL MARKETS Oy porter Staples) Tbe fofle-vlag are the prevalllic prieos paM (Or preduee today; Wbat No. 2, 79c. No 3. Cia. Oats to Hay xteocne i: . Cora ;Se Sweet potatoes 500 it per bushel I rich potatoes) - 5c par bu. Pooitry. Br W Doc: Per Heoe Per Frying cb Errs Per Butter Per Turkeys Orese IVi Oaeio Puit-featbeted, peV dexeo Live Stock. (By noM altera ge Mar sett Fat cows, gross ewt IMHMf. Fat calves $g.of to Fat abeep, per bead It. 00 to U.0C Fat hogs (pro? si 100 lbs . .$1.00H.7S Wool- Per f,A. $; to $2 :' Ar x.m ' ai j: Z" per ton Like a Comet TVk eW'11 us sky comes JL II 1 V the stir of health . . to the veak and famous renedy weary despon-doesfortHestom- je:.l dyspeptic ach that wtuih it curlVe all u unable to ao (or v i s , 0 m c h l":,ev5n ".but. Vo troubles and slightly disordered w dieestlvo or overburdened. lV, A 0,,. Kodol supplies the ra'ural Juices cf digestion and does the woVk of the stomach, relaxing the nervous tension, while the Inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are a. lowed to rest and heal. It cures Indigestion, flatulence, palpitation of the heart., nervous dysoeosla and all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying and strengthening the glands, membranes of the stom ach and digestive organs. Kodol Dyspepsia Curd Tor Dciler Cia Sep ply Tra. Bottlei only. 41 .00 Z'-ti h-!diit 2M Umei tbe trll aba, which Mil (or SOe. rrtpirtd r U CDcWlTT i CO, CD1CA00. Trtasury Department. Office of tbt Comptroller oi the Currency, Washing ton, D. C, Jan. 10, 1903. (No 6,57$) Whereas, by satisfactory evlaetc presented to the undersigned. It lia. been made to appear tint tne "Firs. Nattosal Dank of Mannsvllle." In ne town of Mannsvllle, Chickasaw ns tlon, Indian Territory, has complied with a!l tte provisions of the statutes of tbe United States, required U oc compiled with before an associate snail be authorised to commence tl' builaees of ban&ng. Now therefore t, William B. Rhlgelj comptroller of tho currency, do hert by ceitlfy that "The First Nstionp' 3ank of Mannsvllle," in the town oi Mannsvlllo, Chlck&saw Nation, lr dian Territory, Is authorize, to comraenco the butlnoes of bnnklnf, as ptovlded In section flfty-ons hur drea and sixty-nine of tho rfvlsoj" statutec n' tho United Statec In tostlmony whoreof, wltnosc m; hand and seal of ofllco this tenth dty of January, 1903. WM. B. RIDGEL1, (Seal) Comptroller of tho Curron. .1 First published Jan. 16. 1905 Warning Order, In tho United States District Court Ir the Indite Territory, Southern Div trici W. C. HIb'.sr plaintiff vt Mary E. ."Ibier defendant Tto defendant, Mary E. Hlbler, li waniad to appear In this court In thir ty day and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, W. C, Hlbler, Witness Hon. Hocoa Townsend. Judge of said district court and the seal thereof this 3d dny of Fobruary. im. (Seal.) C. M. OAMPBfcsLL, Clorls. J. 8. XIULLEN. Atty. S. H. BUTLER, Atty for Non-Ror i'lrst published Fob. 3, 1903. Use Ardmoro coul. Tho Laldlaw Lumber Co. sells It 2-tf BAMMEB S A, JL V P. ths most heel'no nr' In h w-rli. To mako your homo complete and your kitchen neat and comfortable you need only a Garland stovo. J. B .SPRAGINS & CO. Own a double-barrel, hammerless shotgun for lets money than yo ever thought possible. Willlaass, Oorhn i Co. have cut the price. IWaas Kowuisa.) dewoa U N. west iue. koaa 1 M. tA doaea ltU. poassd itc iauTCQ v t- I lor V but V rrzi V ned. ' mi Secret Societies MASONIC. Knights Templar. Ardmore coalman dery No. S ,K. T. meets first Monday in every month. W. F. BOWMAN. E. C. I.EB ROBRRSON Recorder R. A. M. Ardmore chapter R A M. No. 11. Reguiar meet ing second Tuesday nigbt in each mouth at 7 3o o -clock. Masonic temple. O. li. BRUCB. H P. M. MUNZH6HBIMER Secretary A. F. and A. M. Ardmore lodx No. 21 A. F. S A. M. Regular neetlng on Q'r or Defore tne rati moon in each mouth at 7:10 o clock. Masoalr temple. A. H. PALM ICR, W. M a. II BRUCB, Sec. o. z. s. Ardmore chapter No. 70 O. B. S. has regular meeting on the ulgbt of the fourth Monday in every month at 7: SO o'clock. MRS. EVA SNYDER. W. M. t T. NISBBTT. Sec. ODD FELLOV.'S. Ardmore lodge No. 9, I. O. O. F.. meets every luesdar nla-ht at Odil Fellows hall at 750 o.clock. W. C. GARDNER. N. G. W T GARDNER. See. Encampment Indlanola Encampment 1" I. O. O. F. meets every Friday night at Odd Fel lows ball at 7:30 o'clock. Wm DEVENY. Chief Patriarch. D T. NISBETT, Scrlbo. Rebekahs. Ardmore Rsbekah lodge No. SO. I. O, 0 F. meets every Thurs day night at Odd. Fob lows ball at 7:30 o' clock. MRS AGATHA DEVENY, N. G; D T NISBETT. 1?c. Canton. Canton, Ardmore No. -1, Patriarebo Militant. I O. O. F.. has regular meet ing on first and third Monday nights n c-a b month. D. T. NISBBTE, Com. I R MASON, Clerk. W. O. W.. r"---- ? Ardmore Camp No. r&sfZs 33. Woodmen of the WWp World meets second N"sS,i-4r and fourth Friday nights In K. of P. hall J. N. MORGAN, C. C. ED SANDLIN. Clork. The Woodmen Circle meets night at 7:30 o'clock In tho K. of P. hall. MRS. I. R. MASON Guard. MRS. H. P. EVETTS, Clerk . The Modern Woodmen of America meet every Monday night In the K. of P. ha'l. J. F. SON, V. C. ERl'.ETT DUNLAP. Clerk. Lady Macca&ees. rtalla nt tha Tmlrta - the Maccabees meets on the first Wednesday af ternoon In each month In the Odd Fellows hall. MRS. DORA NISBETT. Lady Commander. MRS. E. M. GOFF, Keeper of Records. K. of P. Myrtle lodge No. 7, Knights ot Pythias meet In Castle Hall. ecry Thursday evening N. B. MARTIN. C. C. FLTSM DESK INS. K. of R. & S. . O. R. M. Washita tribe No. 32, Improved Order of Red- i men meets in Odd Feb lows' hall every WedneS' day night at 7:30 o'clock. D. T. NISBBTT, Sachem ED SANDLIN, C. of R. ELKS. B. P. O. Elks moat second and fourth Fri day In each month at Elks ball, West Main street. J. C GRAHAM, B. R. R. L. SANDERS. Sec. We GoS'ooi: Monoy Commercial business a specialty. 01 rJco over First Ndtl. bank; 'phono 25i Ardmore iDTeltment r - Agency ( G. UOLIFIFLD, Mgr 9 PHONE 169. Gets tbo promptest closed carriaRO tu tbe city Ab roluttly the best soivice Rnaranteed. Meets all dny nod night trains and epeeinl calls Stewart & Chancellor Foley's Honey and Tat fBSa (ABOVE THINGS fiatare Has Pat Into Every Stomacf) a liquid called the rastrle lalce, whjth la a healthy cocdiJon Is capable ot dlcestlotr the food and ccnrertliu It Into "thjBt," which at leojih bceociei rood, rich blood. The least little aibxtnt ot (he atoaaeh aZcct this "caitilo Julco" and qalaldj lead to varUraiaeriotis alckseues. Then ailments mar b eaallr avoided by taklcs rssularly Dr. Caldwell's (Laxatlv) Syrup Pepsin SOe and SI. OO BottXat ALL DRUGGISTS SENT FREE: Sample bottle aod an la terming book oa ttomach tsoublea, i PEPSIH STRDP CO., Montlcello, Ills. Id; WHij TIME TABLE. OKLAHOMA CITY. (World's Fair SpeclaL) Leaves Oklahoma City 6:30 p. n. Arrives Kansas City 7:00 a. m. Arrives St. Louie 11:36 a. rc Arrives Memphis 6:00 p. w. (St Louis Express.) Leaves Oklahoma Oily 7:M a. m. Arrives St Louis 7:15 a. m. (Meteor. Leaves ansas Ctly Arrlvs Oklahoma City. ..7:15 p.m. .7:30 n. va. (Arkansas and Oklahoma Exprer) Leaves St. Louis 10(00 p. m. Arrives Oklahoma City.... 6:45 p. m. Through cars and Pullman sleepers between Oklahooo, City, Kansas City, St. Ix)uls and Momphls. For rates and other Information call on nearest Frisco System a gen'., or addre.u the underslgnod. B. F. DUNN Dlv. Pas. Agt. Wichita. Ka. t $25 REWARrj X WE will pay i25 rowardfor tho f II arrest and conviction of I any party or partloa nettlnK .t I of ouall or dynnmltlng of fish 4 f within a radius of 25 miles of 5 Ardmoro B. P. PRENSLEY, f Pres. Hod und Gnu Club. i-f-5-4..H.4-4j.' Tyer, Walters & Barnes Real. Estate & Rental Agency. Have Bargains in City Property. Will also buy your improvements on farm lands for allottees. Tyer, Walters & Barnes Wheeler Building. Ardmoro Iud. Ter. HACK LINE Davis TO Sulphur. Meets all trains. Good accommodations and prompt service Wire or telephone j. R. SLYTHE, Pnvis. Ind.Tor, Kingman cultivators. l Kingman stalk cutters. King middle busters. Kingman combination com nnd cot ton check rowers, nil at Williams, nrlm & Go.'s.