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PREDICTS THE WORLD'S END.
Destroylna Wind About to Sweep Away All Life, Say a Prophet Boston. Fob. 26. Kilward Clrimtli of thin city, after studying tho Scrip turn for Uilrty years, makes tho Manning prediction Hint tin oartn is about to be subjected to the wrath of tho elements and thnt the old world Is to bo tlovnslntod by n destroying agent of unknown power. The entire KasU orn hemlsphuro will be destroyed, he Bays, and America will be the starting point for a new race of lwople. Speak ing of this prophesy, he says: "I expect this devastation about the last of next month. ThlB Is anticipate o! In the Scriptures In tho form of n destroying wind, which will Inke the lire out of the people. After this It Is nntlclpatod that the varlotiB na tionalist now concentrated In Amer ica will use their wits nnd ohterprlso to repeople the countries of their forefathers." Mr. Ortdlth Is a member of no church and his study of the Hlble has been In progress wince childhood. Ho lias evolved a plan or history of the nations Hint covers the ground from Gonosls to 202 A. 1). Cured Consumption. Mis. B. W. Hvnns, Clearwater, Kan., writes: "Mr husband lay sick for throo mcntlis; the doctors stated ho had quick consumption. Wo procured n. bo'ile of Ballard's Horuhouud Syrup and it cured him. That wbb six years ago and slnco then wo always kopt a bottle In tho house. Wo can not do without It. For coughs and colds It has no equal." 2Dc, GOc and $1 bottles at W. II. Fraroo's. Remedy for Scarlet Fever. Now York. Fob. 25. A physician of Uils city has now undor observation a caso which Is tho first experiment In this country with a now antlstropto coccus scrum, which Is believed to de stroy tho germs of scarlet fevor. Soveral days ago tho doctor was called to see a frail llttlo girl, who hail a sovcro attack of scarlot fovdr, with throat complication. Her tompora turo wan 104 dogreos. Tho doctor de cided to try tho now sorum. Twolvo hours aftor ono Injection tho patient's temperature decreased two degress. In tho morning of tho following day it doscended to normal, but roso again to 101 degrees. On tho fourth day It continued normal. Tho last report Is Tcmpernturo 09, pulso 92, rcsplratleu 21 and general condition good. This now scnim was dlscoyored by Unities Aronson, a bacteriologist of liorlln. Ono Minute Cough Curo glvoB relief in ono mluuto becauso it kills tho ml crobo which tickles tho mucous mem bra no, causing tho cough, and at tho samo tlmo clears tho plilcgm, draws out tho Inflammation and honls and soothes tho affected parts. Ono Mm uto Cough Cure strengthens tho lungs, wards off pneumonia nnd Is a hnrmlcss and novor falling euro In all curable cases of coughs, colds and croups. Ono Minute Cough Curo Ib pleasant to take, harmless and good alike for young nnd old. City Drug Storo. Eager After Indian Lands. Muskogoo, I. T., Fob. M. The forms for deeds transferring lands from Chorokoe cltlxens to non-cltlsens hnvo been received by the Indian olllco hero and today thousands of deeds have been printed. The secretary of the Interior also has prescribed r. net of blank lenses for Ion terms for ngrl rultuml, mluerul and grnslug pur poses. Those will be used by persons who will buy land nnd make long lenses nnd It Is certain thnt they will bu approved by tho seerotnry of the Interior. Tho Creok lauds mny now bo considered on tho mnrkot and In vestors aro coming In on every train. Mothers can safely give Foley's Hon ty nnd Tar to tholr children forcougnf. and colds, for It contains no opiates or other poUass. For salo by Uou nor & Hon nor. "With some olovntor men, you press the button nnd thny take the rost. Kidney complaint kills mure peoplo than any other disease. This Is duo to Ui disease, bolng so lnslduous that it gets a good hold on tho systoni bo fore It Is recognised. Foley's Kldnoy Cure will prevent the development of fatal disease If taken In time. Sold bv Honner & Ilonnor. Wo wish we enjoyed pronchlng as inueli ns we onjoy a brass band. What a sued time we would have every Sun day. You Know What You Are Taking When you take Orovo's Tasteless Chill Tonic becauso the formula. Is plainly printed on evory bottlo showing that It Is simply iron and qulnlno In a tasteless form. No curo no pay. 50o. llutl habits aro apt to grow faster on a man than warts, Winter coughs aro apt to ro'sult In consumption If neglected. Thoy can soon bo broken up by using Foloy's Honey and Tar. For Mo by Donncr & Homier. Noll "A girl soldom mnrrios hor ideal, does alio?" Ilolld "No; soino other follow gonornlly comes along with a lot of money." ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho foo for notices undor this head Is $2.60, payable strictly In advance. For Mayor. I horoby nnnounoo myself a candi date for re-election to the offlco of mayor of the city of Ardmort at tho coming April election. It. Y. DICK. For City Attorney, i nereby announco myself n candi date for re-election to tho ofllco of city attomoy for tho city of Ardmoro at tho April election. JAM US II. M.vTIIHKS. I horetiy announce myself as a candi date for the offlco of city attorney tor tho city of Ardmoro at Uie election In April. CASWULL BBNNISTT. Tax Assessor and Collector. I horoby announce myself a candi date for the oinco of tax assessor and collector for the city of Anlmore, at me election In April. J. D. PAYNE. 1 hereby announce myself a candi date for ro-olectlon to tho office of Tax Assessor and Collector for tho city of Ardmoro at tho April election. Wit. 11. HOBBIITS. I hereby announco myself, a cnndi- dato for tho olllco of City Assessor and Collector for the city of Anlmore. Election In April. J. It. PULMAM. For Pollco Judge. I horoby nnnounco mysolf a candi date for ro-oloctlon to tho olllco of Po lice Judgo for tho city of Ardmoro. Uloctlon in April. JOHN I GALT. I nnnounco mysolf as a cnndldato for for Pollco Judgo of tho city of Ard moro at the April election". C. M. JOJNEK, Chief of Police. I horoby announco mysolf a candi date for re-election for the ofllco of Chief of Pollco of tho city of Ardmore at tho April olcctlon. D. E. BOOKER. I horoby annouueo mysolf a canai dato for tho olllco of Chlot of Pollco for tho city of Ardmoro at tho April election. A. S. PULLIAM. For Treasurer. Tho Ardmorelto Is authorized to an nounco Frank Ilutt as a candldnto foi city treasurer for tho city of Ardmoro at tho April election. I hereby nnnounco myself a candi date) for tho ofllco of City Treasurer for tho city of Ardmoro at tho April clou lion. LON M. FRAME. For Alderman. At tho earnest request of many friends I hereby nnnounco myself a cnndldato for ro-olcctlon to tho ofllce of Aldormnn In tho First wnrd. J. W. OOhLEDGE. I horoby announco myself a candi date for aldormnn for the First ward, subject to tho will of tho voters at the election In April. J. N. MORGAN. I hereby announce myseit n candi date for alderman for the Second ward nt the April election. LR1I2 H. HOHKHSON. I heroby announce myself as a can didate for Alderman of thu Second ward at the April election. C. F. FRAMSY. 1 heroby announce myself a cnndl dato for tho otllce of Alderman for tho Fourth ward of the city of Ardmoro. IClectlon In April. W. F. WIUTT1NGTON. A. C. Young nllowH his nnmo to re appear as candidate for ro-oloctlon Jo tho ofllco of alderman from the Fourth ward at tho April election. I announce myself as a candldnto for election to tho ofllco of Aldormnn for the Fourth ward at tho April election. FRANK BKUUYIULU City scavanger. Wo are authorised to announce Jake Williams ns n candldnto far city scaV' muter nt tho April ejection. I hereby nnnounco myself a cnndl date for tho otllce of city scavenger for the city of Anlmore nt the election In April. ROE CARTER. I hereby announce myself a candi dato for re-oloetlon ns city scavonger for the city of Anlmore at the oleation in April. UOU McGHBE. I horoby nnnounoo mysolf a candi date for City Scavonger for tho city of Ardmoro nt thoplootlon In April, L. C. POLLARD. r hereby announce mysolf a candl dnto for tho ofllco of City Scavongor for tho city of Ardmoro at tho olootlon In April. O. S. DAILEY. I heroby announce) mysolf n candi date for ncavengor for tho city of Anlmore- at tho election In April. W. P. C ANNA VAN. ' hereby announco myself a cnndl dato fr Scavenger tor the elty of Ard moro, at tho April election. CLARENCE SLOAN. I horoby announco mysolf a candi date for the ofllco of city scavongor for tho city of Ardmors at the April elec J. J. READ. "DOUBLE QUICK" LOANS. art-tit Slims Oflc-ii lliirrlnllr HhIkciI hy Wall Slrret lltuika. An Interesting question often nuked In Wall street concerns the nuiouiit of capital thnt n large bunk could raise ut nn hour's notice. That Ik, how much nccotnmrxlntlnn could a hunk extend n customer uiiPxptH-tedly confronted with pressing nod or for the purpose of financing n big deal. A banker of In ternational I'Xperlenee Is nlitiority for the statement that Wnlstrect's facili ties in this regard nro superior to Lon don's In thnt a large undertaking could be flnnmwl here with much greater dispatch than on the ether side. Said an oltlcer of one of Willi street's most lmiKirtaiit banks: "It Is no trou ble nt nil nowadays to rnlse $0,000,000 or 50,000,000 within nn hour. I have seen It elnne too often to think for n moment thnt it would tux seriously it largo bank's resources. Five tlmos that sum, wiy $'25,000,000, enn bo raised at twenty-four hours notice. It hns been elom . Of course no one bank could do It, I 'Ut tho grent Wall street institu tions are linked together In such a way ns to provide almost unlimited re sources for tho flouncing of any safe ileal. The large bunks think little of $1.000,(XK) or $000.000 loans these dnys, w herons In former years they ut trueted genernl attention, for such large iimountH were relonsed only after con siderable negotiation, lttit thnt has all changed now." Now York Mnll nnd Express. Picture nml Die llyc. Sir Thomas Lewronce, nn eminent English painter and president of tho Roynl academy, commended tho pic tures of n young nrtlst and then said to him: "You hnvo around your room two or threo rough, clever, but conrse Flemish sketches. If I wero you, I would not nllow my eyo to becomo fa miliarized with any but tho highest forms of art. If you ennnot nftonl to buy good oil paintings, buy good en gravings 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 eyo to become familiar with what Is vulgar in con ception, however free nnd dashing the handling nnd however excellent tho feeling for color, your taste will Insen sibly become depraved. Whereas, If you habituate your eye to look only on what Is puro and grand or rcflnnl and lovely, your taslo will Insensibly become clevnted." Kilter llrlnkliiir In llimiln. The habit of ether drinking Is known to be prevalent In some parts of Rus sia, nlso In east Prussia, and all the ef forts of the authorities to combat the evil hnvo hitherto been almost fruit less. An Iden of the extent to which tho hnblt prevails mny bo gathered from records given In the Russian newspapers of u recent accident which occurred nt n place called Troisno. Ether Is drunk by farmers on festive occasions, when It appears to be con sumed In pnllfuls. A farmer, celebrat ing Ills sou's wedding, In the fullness or his hospitality got In two pnliruls of ether. During the process of elecnnt lng the ether Into bottles n violent ex plosion took place, by which six chil dren were killed nnd one adult danger ously and fourteen uthers more or lrsi severely injured. Urltlsh Medical Jour nal. I 'on n l Tlicui llnril to ll:l--, A great gormund who had n passion for shellfish Inherited n flue estate and a large sum of money. Ho had been extravagant, and his friends were grenth' rejoiced at his legacy. Mr. II. Harry In "Ivan at Homo" tells to whut use the money wns devoted: I went to town ono day and soon learned, that the prince wns In his usu al Impecunious condition. "Whero bus your legacy gone?"' I asked. "Why," he replied, "you know thnt I am very fond of lobsters, nnd, having n river on my estate, I thought I would try to uccllmntlse thorn there, but un fortunately I hnvo spent all tho legacy In the attempt without succeeding. I quite forgot tho water Is not salt." Short eircnt Men. Oliver Cromwell, Clnvorhou.so and Meheiuot All must bo content to tnko It out In brnlns, for they nil lacked inches. Two of these great names nat urally suggest that of anothor famous soldier nnd usurper, Napoleon Bonn parte. Lo petit corporal, as his men lovingly called him, stood about five feet (French) In his stockings, say 5 feet 1-Yi In English. In stnture tho Iron Duko bent htm by about six luchos, while the fi feet -1 of Nelson place htm midway or thereabouts botwoen the victor and tho victim of Waterloo. . After It. "Will your employer be In nfter din ner?" Inquired the visitor of tho oftlcc boy. "Nope," wns tho laconic reply. "What innkes you think so J" was the next quory. '"Coz," replied tho boy as ho pre pared to dodge, "that's what ho went out after." Judge. An e)leillint IIiit. Pupa Whoro is my new plpo? Small Son 11 broke it. Papa Sco hero! I told you that If you took my plpo ngaln to blow bub bles with I'd whip you. Small Son-I wosu't blowln' bubbles with it. I was only sraoklu' It. Clieup I. lie Savlnir. Hill The llfesnvcr has u thankless task. JobWhy, I saw a man offer him a dollar yesterday for saving his life. Bill rcrhnps thnt was all ho thought It was worth, Town and Country. LOCAL MARKETS. Illy M FoTkor.) Tho following aro tho prevailing prices pnld for produce .today: Whont No 2, 78c; No. 3. 70c. Oats llo to 47c. Hay $12.00 Corn 64c and 87c Sweet Potatoee $1.00 to $1.96 per bushel. Irteh Potato 7Bc lo fiOc per bu. Htitter He to 26c. Poultry. ((Uy William Newman.) Ducks Per dozen f 2.00. ' Hons $3.00 per dosen. Frying Chickens $8.00 to $2.80. Eggs 12 He por doien. Uuttor Per pound 12c Turkoys Oc gross. Geese Full-featliotod, per dozen $6.00 Live Stock. (Uy Cold Storngo MarKet) Fat cows, groes cwt $2.008.2.1( Fat cnlvoH $3.00 to J5.0G Fat sheep, por head. .. .$2.00 to $3.00 Fat hogs (gross) 100 lbs. .$4005.00 Wood Por cord, $2 to $2.50. Ardmoro coal $3. GO per (on. Letters from Women Cured by the use of Kodol are received dally. Their troubles nearly all begin with Indiges tion or other stomach disorder. If the food you eat fails to give strength to your body, It Is because the Juices se creted by the stomach and digestive organs are inadequate to transform the nutrient prop erties of the food Into blood. That is Indigestion. Tho system Is deprived of the amount of nourishment required to keep up the strength, and the result Is that one or more of the delicate organs gradually grows weak, and then weaker, until finally It Is diseased. Here a great mistake Is made. That of treating the diseased organ. The best doctors In the land make this very mistake. Why should they 7 It Is so easy to see that the trouble Is not there. Kodol Cures This famous remedy puts the stomach and digestive organs In a healthy condition so that rich, red blood Is sent coursing through the veins and arteries of every muscle, tissue and fiber throughout every organ of the en tire body, and by Nature's law of health, full strength and vigor ts soon restored to each. Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all Stomach disorders. I have taken Kodol for nearly two months after each meal and It Is the only remedy that gave relief from the terrible pains I endured. After a time I would take It but once a day. and now, while I keep a bottle handy, I seldom need It, as It has cured me. Mrs. J. W. Coolbauoh. Mllo Center, N. Y. Kodol Digests What You Eat. Bottlasonlr. 51.00 SUe holding 2H times the trial lzs, which sells (or SO cents. Prpard by E. O. DeWITT & CO., OHIOAQO Treasury Department, Ofllco of tut Comptroller of tho Curroncy, Washing ton, D. C, Jnn. 10, 1303. (No. C.hTi) tVhoroas, by satisfactory eviaor.ee' presented to tho undersigned, It hnr beon mado to appear Hint tno "Firs. NutlonnI Uonlc of Mannsvlllo," in tne town of Manasvnie, Chickasaw .na tion, Indian Territory, has complied with all tho provisions of th st.tutos of the United States, required U be complied with bofore an nssociatim shall bo authorized to commoncc tb' business of baaMng. Now therofore I, William 13. Riugolj comptroller of tho enrroncy, do hor by certify that "Tho First Nstlone 3anfc of Mannsvllle," In tho town O' Mnnnsvlllo, Chlckr.saw Nation, Ir dian Torrllory, Is nuthv-rlzov, to commonco tho buslnoss of bfnklnf, an provided In section flfty-ono hur drea snd slxty-nlno of tho rpviso' Btntutcc if tho United Statec In tostlmony whoreof, wltnoss w', hnr.d and seal of ofllce this tenth dny of January, 1003. WM. U. RIDGRL, (Seal) Comptroller of tho Curron, .i First published Jnn. 10. 1005 Warning Order. In the United Statos District Court Ir the Indian Territory, Southern Du tiJct. W. C. Hlb'.or plaintiff vt Mary B. Illbior dofondunt, Tue defendant, Mary B. Hlbler, h whrnod to appear in this court In Uni ty dnys and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, W. C. Hlbler. Wltnem Hon. Hoeea Townsend, Judge of said district court and the seal thoroof tills 3d day of February, 1003. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPUULL, Clork. J. S. MULLEN, Atty. S. H. I1UTLKR, Atty for Nou-Roc yirst published Fob. 3, 1903. Use Ardmore coul. Lumber Co. sells It. Tho Latdlaw 2-tf To mako your homo coinplote and your kitchen neat nnd comfortable you need only a Garland stove. J. D .SPRAGINS & CO. Own a double-barrel, hammerless shotgun for loss money than you ever thought possible. Williams, Oorhn & Co. have cut the prise. Secret Societies MASONIC. Knights Templar. s Ardmoro commandory No. n.fe.4 r IC- T- moolB flrBt M""'ny 3B In ovory month. W. F. HOWMAN.E. C. L13K ROUKRSON Rocordor. R. A. M. Ardmoro chapter R. A. M. No. 11. Regular meet ing second Tuosdrty night In ench month at 7.30 o' clock. Masonic templo. O. H. DRUQB, H. P. M. MUNZESHEIMER. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. Ardmoro lodge No. 31 A. F. & A. M. Rognlnr meeting on or boforo tho full moon In each month at 7:30 o'click. Masonic tomple. A. H. PALMER, W. M O. H. HRUCE, Sco. C. S. Ardmore chnpter No. 70 O E. S. has regular mooting on the night of tho fourth Monday in every month nt 7: 30 o'clock. MRS. EVA SNYDER. W. M. D. T. NISUETT, Sec. ODD FELLOV.'S. Ardmoro lodge No. 9, I. O. O. F., moots evory Tuesday night at Odd Fellows hall at 7: i0 o.clock. W C. GARDNER. N. G. W. T. GARDNER. Sec. Encampment. Indlnnola Encampment 10 I. O. O. F. moots ovory Fridny night at Odd Fol lows hall at 7:30 o'clock. Win DEVENY, Chief Patriarch. D. T. NISUETT, Scribe. Rebekahs, Ardmoro Robokah lodgo No. 20, I. O. O. F. moots ovory Thurs day night nt Odd Fel Iowb hall at 7:30 o' clock. MRS. AGATHA DEVENY, N. G. D. T. NISDETT, Inc. Canton. Canton, Ardmoro No. 4, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F., has regular meet ing on first and third Monday nights In each month. D. T. NISUETT, Com. I. R. MASON, Clerk. W. O. W. rtfsr-is Ardmoro Camp No. JC-tjlS' 33, Woodmen of tho UWmWlSJy World meets second srSr mnd fourth Friday nights In K. of P. hal. J. N. MORGAN, C. C. ED SANDLIN, Clerk Tho Woodmen Circle meets night at 7:30 o'clock In tho IC. of P, hall. MRS. I. R. MASON Guard. MRS. H. P. EVETTS, Clork . Tho Modern Woodmen of Amorlca meet overy Monday night In tho K. of P. ha'l. J. F. SON, V. C. ERP.ETT DUN LAP, Clerk. Lady Maccabees. Hollo of tho Prairie hlvo No. 1, Ladles of tho Maccabees meets on the first Wodnesday af ternoon In each month in tho Odd Fellow's hall. MRS. DORA NISDETT, Lady Commander. MRS. B. M. GOFF, Keeper of Records. K. of P. Myrtle lodge No. 7, Knights of Pythlns meat In Castle Hall, overy Thursday ovenlng N. E. MARTIN, C. C. FLEM DESKINS, K. of R. & S. I. O. R. M. Washita trlbo No. 33, Improved Ordor of Rod- men meets In Odd Fol lows' hnll overy Wednes day night at 7:30 o'clock. D. T. NISUETT, Sachora. ED SANDLIN, C. of R. ELKS. H. P. O. Elks meet second nnd fourth Fri day in each month at Elks hall, Wost Main street. J C. GRAHAM, E. R. R L. SANDERS. Sec. Ota the promptest closed cnrriaKe in the city Ab Folutely the best Eeivice cunrnuteed- Meets nil dny nud night trains nud speoinl calls Stewart & Chancellor Foley's noncy ana iut DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Tho only posltlvo curo for blind, bleeding, Itching and protruding plIoB, cuts, burns, bruises, eczema and nil abrasions of tho skin. DeWitt's Is tho only Witch Hazel salvo that Is made from tho puro, unadulterated witch hazel nil others are counterfeits. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve Is raado te euro counterfeits are mado te Bell, City Drug Store. O (?!lt5! PHONE 169. (mm. THINGS UUl 01 Mature Has Tat Into Every Stomacfi ltquld called the gsjtrlo Juice, which In a healthy condition is capable of dlscstlnir ths food and oonvcrtlnir It Into "chyme," which at length becomes cood, rich blood. The least little sllment of the stomich affects this "esstrto Juice" sod quickly leads to various sorious sicknesses. These ailments may bo easily avoided by taklmr regularly Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin aoe and $1,00 Dottttt ALL DRUGGISTS SENT FREE: Samde bottlo and an In- tertstlng book oa stomach trouble. PEPSIN SYRUP CO., MonUcello, Ills. TIME TABLE. OKLAHOMA CITY. (World's Fair Special.) Loaves Oklahoma City C:30 p. n. Arrlvos Kansas City 7:00 a. m. Arrivos St. Louis 11:30 a. nr.. Arrlvos Momphls 0:00 p. m. (SL Louis Express.) Lcavos Oklahoma City 7:C0 a. m. Arrlvos St. Loulsi 7:15 a. m. (Meteor.) Leavos ansas Ctly 7:15 p.m. Arrlv.s Oklahoma City. .. .7:3d a. m. (Arkansas and Oklahoma KxprfttM) Leaves St. LouIb 10:00 p. m. Arrives Oklahoma City.... C:45 p. m. Through cars and Pullman Meepera between Oklahoma City, Kansas City, St. Louis and Momphls. For ratos and other information call on nearest Frisco System agent, or addrcis tho undorslgnod. B. F. DUNN Div. Pass. Agt., Wichita, Krt. hs-:--j.-:..:..h.4M.:......;.4. $25 REWRI) I WE will pay 25 reward for tho I arrest and conviction of f 4. of nuail or dynamiting of dsn i f within a radius of 25 miles of r 5 Arcimoro. r B. F. FRENSLEY, J Pres. Rod and Gun Club. -H--V-(-t--,.-..v4- Tver, Walters & Barnes Real Estate &, Rental Agency. Have Bargains in City Property. Will also buy 3'our improvements on farm lands-for allottees. Tyer, Walters & Barnes AUieelcr HuUdinir. Ardmoro Ind. Tor. HACK LINE Davis TO Meets all trains. Cood accommodations and prompt service. Wire or telephone J. R. BLYTH, Pvis. Ind. Ter. Kingman cultivators. Kingman stalk cutters. King middle hustors. KIngmon tomblnatlon corn and cot ton check rowers, all at Williams, Coriin & Co.'s.