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WILDLY EXCITING TIME.
Fire In Darnum and Dalley'n Barns Among Wild Animals. Brldgoprt, Conn., Fob. 2i. The new car barn of tlio Darnum & Unlley win ter quarters was partly destroyed by Are this afternoon with six advertising cars and two flat cars, entailing a loss of $200,000. Tho loss on building Is about $100, OOA. and oach car Is valued nt $16,000. Tho flro started In tho west end of the building, presumably by the explo- lon of a lamp. It spread with great rapidity and It was only by quick closing of a stcol door that tho gold- decorated car, Bailey's private car, was saved. Next to the car barn I the olsphnnt bam, nnd a hord of twentyflve or thir ty elophants wero tlioro unsnackled. Keepor Jamos McOovern and two as sistants wero. In the building at the time. Tho elephants became frightened and their trumpoting frightened the entire neighborhood, so that women and children retreated to the upper .stories bf their houses. Keeper Mc Oovern ami nseietnnts nastily granueu pikes and drove the elephants Into an adjoining lot. Two alarms of fire were sant In and with in an hour the department had the Are undor control. narnum & Ualley curry thoir own Insurance. Tho lions and other animals wero greatly excited, but nono of them were Injured and none oscapod. A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away, Mr. W. TV. Ilakor of Plalnview, Nob. writes: "My wlfo had lung troublo for over flftcon years. Wo tried a number of doctors and spent ovor a thousand dollars without any relief, 9ho was very low and I lost all hope, whon a friend suggostod trying Fc- loy's Honey and Tar, which I did; and thanks to this great remedy, it saved her life. Slio Is stronger and enjoys bettor health than sho has ovor known In ten years. Wo shall novor bo with' out Foloy's Honey and Tar and would ask those afflicted to try It." For salo by Bonner & Bonner. MONK. Special Corrospondonce. Monk. 1. T. .Feb. 28. We aro having a lot of bad weather. Snow foil to a dopth of about 4 Incbos on a lovol and our roads aro almost Impassible, owing to the molting snow. Waltor Pierce was taken suddenly with pneumonia and Is seriously ill. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fierce on tho 12th. a flno boy. Quito a lot of tho Monk people nt tended singing at tho new school house nt Rim Flat Sunday. It, is reported that T. V. Plorco is on a trado to closo out his bunch .of cat tle, as bo haB gone Into tho morcan Itlo business, and wo hope he will be successful In the new business. Wo look for quite a drop In the fu ture prlcos of the hhlo markot. We think there will he enough doad rattle In this vicinity to onuso the market to go down. All the. talk Is about dead cattle. Farming Is at a standstill at present as the ground is so full of moisture that work Is impossljle In the field but wo will yet have time to plow ami a good crop is almost assured. l. Tim Hprntrli nr a nin mav cause the 'Ms of a limb or oven death whon All danger of this may be avoldod, blood poison results from the Injury, howovor, by promptly applying Cham berlain's Pain Balm. It is an antisep tic nnd quick healing liniment for cuts, bruises nnd burns. For saio by City Drug Storo, F. J. Hamsey and Ardmoro Drug Co. Ono of the vory distressing things Is that no one Is too young to fall in love or too old to cborlsh n hatred. The Ardmoro Ico Co. soils Ardmoro ' coal. 'Phono l your order. 2-t When somo peoplo want to praise n baby, thoy Bay, "Why, you wouldn't know thoro was a baby In tho house!" A Night Alarm. Worse than an alarm of flro at night Is tho brassy cough of croup, which sounds like the children's death knoll and It moans death unless something la done quickly. Foley's Honoy and Tar never falls to give Instant relief and quickly cures tho worst forms of croup. Mrs. P. h. Cordler of Manning ton, Ky., writes: "My threo year old girl had a sovoro caso of croup; tho . . 1.1 . II.,- T n QOClor Saul BUI) CUHIU llUk llvu. 1 h" a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, the first doso gavo quick relief and saved her liro." Rofuso substitutes. For J salo by Bonnor & Bonnor. It requires a strong constitution to bo a successful Invalid. The Easy Pill. I DoWItt'B Little, Early UUors do not gripe nor weaken the system. They cure .bllllousnoss, Jaundice, constipa tion and Inactive livers by arousing tho secretions, moving the bowels gen tly, yet effectually and giving sucn tono and strength to tho glands of tho stomach, liver and bowels that the cause of tho trouble Is removed entire ly. These famous little pills exert a decided tonic effect upon tho organs t Involved, and If tholr use Is continued , for a few days tnero will be ho return of the trouble. City Drug Store. Subscrlbo for the Ardraorelte. ADVERTISED LETTER8. List of advertised letters at tho Ard- more postofflco Fobrurary 21, 1308. LADIES. Allen, Mattlo Adams, Kosn. Akon. Miss Nixie URney, IWnoy Bingham, Janto Cole, Hurtle Dillingham, A mile !avts, Mrs. Mnry Forsythev MatUt II, Freow, Mary Greer, I.ulru Heron, HeaUrtce, S I-elRli, I.ullno l.owls. MaraS A. Moore, 111! (Is Mbrristmv Mabel Nolnnd, Norma Perkins, Ulisa Pitman, Ines Hylender, Abllna Roberts, Hllen Smith, Flora, Thomas, Mm. V. A. -White. Mary Williams, Ixwlt aWMTLHMBtf.' Bell, John Bernard, I S. Bousman,. U. P. Cannon, It. J. Conway, II. D. Dickson, Mack Douglas, Henry 0. Due, Iko Fallon, M. 0. Gavin, C. A. Gamble, Henry Gamnson, Krnost Gains, S. Graham, A. Groon, D, J. Grimmott, O. W. Ham, Millard Haywood, James W. Hayes, Tlobort Hanks, C. C. Hanckllng, Willie M. Hart, C. II.. Hoart, J. K. 3 Horrlng, Ed Hearon, W. H. 2 Henry, I... Hire, Charles Hill, C. G. Horton, Albert Howoll. Gcorgo S. Horton, S. II. Hunt, Ilov. Allen Jordan, T. A. ' , Johnson, J. F. Jones, S. W. I.oa, J. I). l.uckoy, J. K. Mlllor, Jnok Nobars, Tom Nellon, Guy M. Porter, Jossln . nolfih, J. H., Russoll, G. II. Ilunnolls, Oscar Schad, George Simmond, Tom . 1 Thomas, Amos Tuckor, John Walton, Henry West, Will , t Wilhlto. F. A. Wlllli. noblnson Williams. Albert In calling for tho abovo lottors, plense say "advortlsod." D. ItEDFIELD, P, M. ..A Mother's Recommendation. I havo used Chamborlaln's Cough Remedy for n number of years and havo no hesltnncy In saying that It 13 tho host romedy for coughs, colds and croup I havo over used In my family, 1 uavo not words to express my conn donco In this remedy. Mrs. J. A Mooro, North Star, Mich. For salo by City Drug Storo, F. J, Ramsoy and Ardmoro Drue Co. Spmo men even hire others to do tholr kicking for thorn. Notice In Bankruptcy. .u tho District Court of the XjnlUiu urates, for tho Southern Dlstr0t, at Ardmoro. In iho matter o D, W. Borry, bankrupt, in DanKruptcy. To tho creditors of D. W. Berry, in the Southern district, in the IsriUa Torrltory, at Ardmoro, a bankrupt Notlco J hereby given tiat oa the 7th of February, 1903, tho said D.- W Berry was duly adjudged bnakrupf aud tho first meotlng of his credltorr wlll bo held at my offlco at tho court jouso In tho city of Ardmoro on the ith day of Fobrusry, 1913, at o'clock la tho afternoon, at wblcL Umo tho said credP.srs may attoni provn their claims, appoint a trustee o.xr.mlno tho bankrupt and transact :uch other business ca may como before laid meeting. JOHN II INKLE, Reforeo In Bankruptcy, First published Feb. 0, 1!03. Applicants for membership In the avorago club aro nioro often high balled than blackballed. Mysterious Circumstance. Ono was palo and sallow and the othor was fresh and rosy. Whenco tho difference? Sho who is blushing with health uses Dr. Kins s New Life PHI to maintain it. By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good dl gestlon and head off constipation. Try tuem. umy zee at w. u. Frame's. Didn't Ilotlier lllm. A Gorman clergyman who was trav eling stopped at n butil much frequent- eu by wngs and Jokers. The host, not being used to linvlnp; n clergyman nt his table, looked at lilm with surprise. Tho guests used all their raillery of wit upon lilm without eliciting a re mark. The clergyman ate IiIb dinner qulolly, apparently without observing the gities and sneers of his neighbors. Oil of them, at Inst. In despair nt his forbearance, Mltl to lilm: "Well, 1 won der nt your imtlenee. Have you not hoard nil that has been said to your HOh, yes; but I nin uwl to It. Do you know who I am?" "No, sir." "Well, I will Inform you. 1 nin chnplslii of it lunatic asylum. Such remarks have no effect upon me." A lluimlnii llankiiiti. The 100 ruble uote of Russia Is burred from ton to bottom with all the colors of the rainbow, blended as when shown through n prism. In the center In bold relief stands n Inrge, finely ex ecuted vignette of the Empress Cath erine I. This Is in black. The other ongrnvlmr Is not nt all lutricnto or elab orate, but Is well dune In dark nnd light brown and black Inks. JOIN THE CROWD. Tho Now Northwest Is Increasing from Immigration, by 200,000 peoplo yearly. This region offers a flold for farmers, stock raisers, minors, lum bermen, millers, fruit growors and all classes of labor. Tho Cody-Wyoming extension Into tho Big Horn Roglon offers a splendid opening for tho live stock and wool business and for farm ing by irrigation. Tho industrial expansion that Is now tho basis of wealth In tho East, wiil bo repeated in tho Northwest Gtvo somo thought toward a homo In Nebraska or Minnesota, tho Dako- tas, Montana, Northeastern Wyoming, Northern Idaho, Washington, tho Pu get Sound and Columbia River region. NORTHWEST TRAIN TO TAKE, "Tho Burlington-Northern Pacific Express" Is tho only through train In to tho Northwest territory In connec tlon with '.ho Northern Pacific railroad. Through coaches, chair cars (scats frco), thiough tourist sleepers ovor this short lino and time-saver to tho Northwest Connecting trains from Denver to Alliance in connection with tnis great lurougti train. You can reach tho Northwest cither via Kansas City, St Josoph or Denver, by tho Burlington Route. TO THE NORTH. Tho Burlington has two trains dally to St. Paul nnd Minneapolis, reaching ho valuablo territory of Minnesota and tho Dakotas traversed by tho North ern Pacific and Great Northern rail roads. Tho Burlington Is tho main traveled road to tho Northwest and North. Investigate tho Northwest by addressing cither tho Industrial Do partmonts of tho Great Northern or Northern Pacific railroads at St. Paul or tho undorslgncd. 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' tho United States -ourt In tho In dlan Territory, Southern District, nt Pauls Valloy. In the matter of A H. Stephens & Co., a co-partnership composed of A. H. Stephens, E. L. Kendall and L. O. Kendall, bank rupts, In bankruptcy. To tho creditors of A. H. StoVho.ns & Co of Pauls Vnlley.of Southern dis trict nforosald, a bankrupt. Notico Is horoby glvon that on tho Cth day of February, 1903, tho said A. II. Steph ons & Co. was duly adjudicated bank nipt, and that tho first mootlag of creditors will bo hold at Pauls Valloy, In tho Southorn dUtrlct, Indian Terr! tory, on tho 28th day of February, 1903 at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, at whlc time and i.lace tho said creditors may altond, prove tholr claims, appoint trustee, oxamlno the bankrupt am' transact such other business as mar proporly coni boforo said mooting. TERKER 15. TAYLOR Ra'oree In Bankruptcy First published Fob. 18, 1902. A small voice In a man ofter has tho samo effect as a hole in a nickel. To Curd a Cold In One Day ' Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All diugglsts refund tho money If It falls to euro. W. E. Qrovo's signature Is on ea:b box. 25c. Somo boarding-house spring chick ens are hens In tholr sepond childhood You can soldom build up without first tearing down. This appllos equal ly to building and reputations. Aro You Restless at NightT An harassed by a bad cough? Uso Ballard's horohound Syrup, It will so euro you sound sleep and effect prompt and radical cure, 25c, 50c and l bottles at w. B. Frame s. Tuskeys are Innocent birds, almost any silly woman can stuff thorn. Foley's Honey and Tor lor children, safe,sure. flu opiates. A. C. YOUNG. " ejk Toko ?.axat!ve Bromo Qwime Tablets. svn rtirion boxei sold in past 12 month?. This signature, 1 38 DATS Wo Unvo Cut tlio Prico on EvorythitiK in Stock This cut price sale offers youjthe finest opportunity you will ever have to treat your horse to a!splen did, well-fitting, good-looking and almost ever-lasting set of hand made buggy harness. Lap Robes and Buggy 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!IVIarket. Bring Your Friends and Come. Look for the White Horse Sign. L. J. Johnson, The Saddler, Ardmore, I. T. C. O. & Q. R. R. MEMPHIS, THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST, TEXAS, OLD MEXICO, CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST. Pullmis Drawlng-Room BuRel Sleepers Thteugh to Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver. FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS On A. 11 Trains. UNEQUALEO SCHEDULES J.CMeflALLY, D. P. A., Oklahoma City. 0. T. QEO. H. LEE, a P. & EASY RUNNING WAGONS Have the Least Use for Speech and a Buggy of the Right Make Requires Lc88 of the Oily Tongue That is why field, O'Brien aud James Grade Hynes Buggies andJJRoad Wagons,! the Blees McVicker Buggies and Surreys, Farm Hacks, etc. Then we believe, to make earth turningj easy, you should use our Volunteer EWalking Cultivators, Victor Riding Cultivators, and:a full line of Plows. , - .- t : -vairh. oraotlail tralntnr lokool. complete sod od to date In everr department Di u nlgbt aohool tne entire year. Dar perils attend night acnool without xtra ctm Tuition 17. M ner month or Ho for unlimited icnolarahlp. Board 110 to V -turn i. Noraoattun. I'aplls mar enter at any time. Krery pupil li placed on nt merit may adranoe ai rapidly aa ma aunuy win permit. Tnorongn iratninir in n rteit moontlatent with effloleney. Belerenoee Any bank or builnesi Arm Id la1 ttTl "or Qtalog-ie addrei . r. 8BLVIDOB A. U. rrdildant, aalnoarllle. Texai. ti s o z!x i o tbsire a uf & m mie way Wt 30 MIS Whips Have Not Been THE NATURAL ROUTE TO AND PERFECT SERVICB. E. M. DUNCAN, T. P. A., Oklahoma City. 0. T. T. A., Llllh Rock, Ark. we Handle the Bain, Spring & Graham Wagons, High Stevens, Kennerly & SpraginsCo. . Cures Crip In Two Days. y-yy oa every FOR SALE One-room houso vs'th nlco corner lot. West Broadway. A bargain. Nlco block on West Main with ono house and barn, and unfinished houso with good well. One half block in West Ardmoro with two 2-rooni houses, good well and bam. (lood lot In East Ardmoro, with foneo nnd foundation for house. Prlco $60. Good 5-room house In .North Ard more. A bargain. Tho abovo property can bo bought for part oash, tho balanco on time. Eighty acros of good land In Mis sour!. Will soli for cash or trado for deslrablo proporly In Ardmore. Ono largo block In Southeast Ard moro. Will sell nny number of lots, from ono to six, to suit purchaser. ( DOAK & SMITH, Real EMate and Rental Agts. jj A Stenography Glass ii Mra. W, A. Bholton will toaoh a elms In aborthaml nnd typewriting nt her home, 706 K street. H.U. Ard more, Beginning Jaiuinry 37, Kach Rtadnnt will be ulren one hour per day nnd the hour may bo selected tnanlt tho conronlenoe of atudont. Mra. Hbnlton la a cradnato of King' baslnoaa colloco of Texaa. Tuition, $3 Per Month. lly thla clianoe ynu aro onnblod to do your work ana loam atonoicrnphy. Call or Phono Mrs. W.A.ShoIfon. i 706 n st., s. n. 'Phono I71. RHEUMATISM JIUREDAT LAST Good News For All Who Suffer Willi Rheumatism Free. To all who Rtiffnr with rllnmmtlam I will gladly Bcntl frco tho wondcrrul story of how ray mother was cured nftor ton years ot suffering, togothor with tho most olaborato treatise on rheumatism ever imbllahcd. No matter what your form ot rheu matism is, whothor acute, chronic, muscular. Inflnmnintnrv. ilnfnrmnni Hclatlc, nournlgla, gout, lumbago, etc. no maiicr now runny doctors havo failed In your caBO no matter how many BO-callcil "sum nimn" vnn hnvn tried I want you to wrllo mo nnd lot mo toll you how mothor was cured. I am neither a doctor nnr n nrnfna. For simply a plain man of business but I havo a CURE for rhoumatlsm. ana 1 want to toll every ono who suf fora with rheumatism all about It. I Wish to bo vorv plnnrlv imlnranrtl and I trust that ull who aro sufforfng wuii una tornuio uisoose, liowovor ap parently beyond tho reach of euro, will Wrlto to ma this rinv nml T will onnri you by return mall this work of iulno. 1 appoai especially to tnc "cbronlcaHy IH who aro wearlod ana dlscouragod wltli "doctoring" and to thoso who have been cast aside as "Incurable." All you havo thought about rhouma tlsm may bo wrong. Lot mo toll you our oxpcrlonro. Surely, If you havo rhoumatlsm, or havo a suffering: frlond It will pay you to Investigate my offer anyway, nnd prove for yourself thoso claims I mako. Send mo your address today a pos tal card will do and I will mall you this wondorfal story. If you havo any frlonds suffering with rheumatism, no matter whoro located, send me their address, and I will mall them a copy. My address Is VICTOR IIAINBOIT. Illoomflold, Ind. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE TnAoc Marks Dcoions CopvmaHTs Ac Anyone tent!nK n ikrtrli and LMrrtntlon may luttiklr iurrtiln our onluinn frve whether an liiTOntiou It probjbly patentable. Coinniuulra. llnnilrl(Mlr wuauenil.l. ILuidnookonl'utcnU u:il free. DMest ajxency for.ecurlnff putenu. I'Atente Ukuu turoukh Munii A Co. reeolre r-vrial nollct, without cb.njo, In the Scientific jftieilcain A handtomely llluitntted weekly. Inest clr. nilnttun n( any eclentllta lnorn.1. Termi M a yenrt fnur ruontha, L Sola by all newejeaiem fIUNN&Co.30"1'" New York llraocli onlce. CB V eu Wathlwiton. 1). C, Subscrlbo for the Ardraorclte.