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Enemies Once Now Friends.
Washington. Feb. 2.Y Lieut -On. n i Mis. Mlk3 gave a luncheon at ti, ir lesldonce tills art'Tiioon In honor o. Chief Joseph of tho Nez Porcos. Th old Indian, warrior was a ' omiianini by two chieftain of his tiii-. All rnme to Washington to Induce "the f-icnt white father" (President Iloose vi !D to permit them to end thalr days on tho reservation, from which they are being gradually forced by the on rroachmonts of tho palefaces. Sev eral ladles and gentlemen were Invit ed to moot tho nborlslnos. In 1877 Gon. Mllos headed the gal lant band that followed Chief Josoph and hla tribesmen on tho warpath for nearly 1,000 miles over the Had Lands of tho wild Northwest country, and finally forced them to surrender to su perior forces, but not without sovoral sevcro lights, In which many wcro killed and wounded on both fables. When Gen. Mllos received the sur render of Chief Josenh'a band he was attired In an linnionse beanltln over coat, nnd on that account he hai since been known to the tribe as "Grunt Hear Coat." After Chief Joseph clou pd his buslnoss with President Itoose velt a fow days ago. he said he would not return to hla roservatlon until he had seen "tho Great Hear Coat chief." He called on Gen. Miles at army head quarters yestorday aftornoon, and tho two vettirnns had a pleasant Chat over old tlmoe In tho lavn bods. As tho grim old warrior was leaving Gen. Miles Invited him to call at his resldonco today and see Mrs. Mllos, and ho did so. Tho old enemies are now great friends. CHURCH SOCIETIES. The 1'arsonaee and Home MlsUn Society of tho Hroadway M. E church meots the first and third Tuesdays of each month nt the parsonage. MllS. HJ8STBR WOLVKRTON. President. The Foreign Missionary Society of the Urondway M. R. church meets the first Thursday of each month. MRS. T. K, KB.AHN13Y, Pres. Tho Epworth Senior League of the Broadway M. 13. church meets every Sunday aftornoon at 4 o'clock at tho city hall. ' PIIOF. HUMPHREYS, Pres. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Waller Bakers BREAKFAS COCOA PROFESSiaXAl CARD: Tho Epworth Junior League of tho Hroadway M. E. church meets every Sunday afternoon at the parsonage at o'clock. The Aid Society of tho First Pres byterian church moots tho second and fourth Tuesdays of each month with some member of the society. MHS. MAGGIE FOSTI8H, Pres. The Home nnd Foreign Missionary Society of tho First Presbyterian hurch meets Uio first nnd third Tues days of each month with some member of the society. MHS. JOSE CAHH. Pres. Tho Aid Society of Ute Cumberland Prosbyterlan ohuroh meets every Tuos day with ouo of tho members. MHS. II. L. POTTEHF, Pros. Cancer Cured, Mr. W. W. Prlckett, Smlttiflei, 111., writes Sept. 10, 1901: "I bad boen sut foring several years with cancor on my face, which gavo me great annoy' anco ana unbearable itcnin.g I wns using Uallard's Snow liniment for a i wo leg, and through an accident rubbed some of the liniment on tho anccr, and as It gnvo me almost la stnnt rellof, I decided to continue the uio of tho liniment on the cancer. In a short time tho cancer came out, my faco boated up and thoro Is not the slightest scar loft I have Implicit faith In tho merits of this preparation and It can not be too highly recom mended." 25c, COc and $1. For salo by W. B. Frame. Tho Aid Society of the Christian church meets ovory Tuosday with ono of the members. MHS. WARREN, Pres. The Christian Endeavor of the Chris tlan Church meets every Sunday af ternoon at 3 o'clock. ERHET DUNLAP, Pres. The Aid Society of tho Central Bap tlst church moots ovory Tuosday at 3 'clock with one of its members. MRS. BRUCE, Pros. Tho B. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist church meots ovory Sunday aftornoon at tho church. MISS DAISY NICHOLS, Pres. Pointing Gun at Another. Tologa, L T., Feb. 25. The seconJ trial of J. 1). Simpson at Putnam, charged v.ith pointing a gun at John Ward, wn pulled off In" tho prob.r? court Friday and rosultod In n ver dict of acqulttnl. On the occasion of tho first trial, a week before, the Jury could not reach a vordlct, but at the last trial tho Jury wore out only i short time whon a vordlct was reach ed and the defendant found not guil ty. Tho costs In the caso reached about $200 and will have to be paid by tho county, and to tho casual oh sorvur it looks liko a pretty big doso for tho beginning of an administration of economy. The L. T. L's meets every Sunday afternoon from 3 to 4 at tho First Pros bytorlan church. MISS MAUD TENNERY, Pres Tendency of the Times. The tendency of medical science Is toward preventive measures. Tho best thought of tho world Is being given to tho subject. It Is easier and better to prevent than to cure. It has been fully demonstrated that pneumo nla, one of tho most dangerous dis eases that medical men havo to con tend with, can bo prevented by tho usoof Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Pneumonia always results from a cold or from nn attack of influenza (grip) and It has been observed that this rem edy countornctB any tendency of these dlsensoa toward pneumonia. This has been fully proven In many thousands of enses in which UiIb romody has been used during tho great prevalenco of colds and grin in recent years, and can be rolled upon with implicit con fldonco. Pneumonia orton result from a slight cold whon no danger Is apprehended until It is suddenly uis covered thnt there is fevor and dim culty In breathing nnd pains In tho ohost. then It Is announced that tho natlont hns pneumonia. Ho on tho snfo side and take Chamberlaln'i oueh remedy as soon as the cold 1 ooutractod. It always cures. For salo by City Drug Store, F. J. Ramsey and Ardmoro Drug Co. Napoleon was not much of a man he was twice married, and had but ono child; nnd that was an Idiot. Negro Shot to Death. Gilflln, Ga.. Feb. 25. William Fam bro, a negro, was shot to death on tho outskirts of this city late last night by a mob of men who fired on Mb liouso. Fnmbro's wife, who was tho house, escaped uninjured. Tho nogro some tlmo ago was ar rested on tho chaige of Insulting white woman and sentencod to a term on the county chain gang. His Una wns afterward paid by Ills employer. Ovor a thousand shots wero fired into the building before the mob retlrod To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinlns Tablets All dmgglsts refund tho money If falls to cure. K. W, Grovs's signature is on each box. 26c. Wlgg "Isn't it funny that when an aolor Is looking for a Job ho announces that he is 'at liberty'?" Wngg "Yes considering the fact that most of them oueht to be locked up." Tho Benovolont Society meets every Thursday from 3 to 5 with one of tho members. MHS. J. W, GOLLEDGE, Pres LITERARY SOCIETIES. Tho Ladies of tho Leaf meet every Monday from 3 to 5 o'clock with member of tho society. They are studying American history and havo for their special work this year "The Found of tho Library In the Public Schools." MRS. H. C. POTTHItF, Pres. The Orlos meat every Friday treat 3 to 5 'clock with members et the so cloty. They are studying Shakes piare, with othor authors, asd havo for tholr special work the fouadlag of Young Mon's Reading Room In Are" more. MRS. E. U. PUGH, Pres. 4T i3. Tho FINEST COCOA in the World Costs Less than One Cent a Cup Forty Highest Awards in Europe and America Walter Baker & Go. " Established 1780 Dorclwster, Mass. HALL & HILLIS, THE HOUSE FURNISHERS. CASH OR INSTALLIV1ENTS. Repairs for all Stoves and Ranges. I. A I KM. lmiiiw.il ii. ttusseli f. 1 R. W. Dick "Bread is the Staff of Life" only when it is made of the right kind of flour. t I RUSSELL, DICK & LEfc. Lawyers. Offlco In Nobis Bros.' building PV. A. Ledbotter. 8. T. Bledsoe. LEDBETTKR & BLKDSOB. Attorneys nt Law. Office In Ledbotter & HIedsos Build ing, Main street PMYMCIAN3. DR. J. M. VADEN, Physician and Surgeon. Kspoclol attention given to diseases of women rjid children. Olflco la Noblo building. Offlco 'phono C8. Rosldenco 'phono 71. W. M. ANDERSON, Veterinary Surgeon. That Queen of the Pantry, It stands Without a parallel for fine bread and cake baking. 3 White & Smith's Stnble. Res. Thotio No. 203. DOCTOR F. D. MOORE Join the Procession Thousands of particular W neonle everywhere have discarded the germ-laden shaving mug, the irritat ing soap and shaving stick. tune vou set a The Standard itnnds of Coffee, Ton, Bottled and uuued uoous art exone our Block. We sell nothing but tho best. Medicated Salt in tbe Block Form is the only genuine Medicated Salt. Call nt tbe store or write for particu lars of thin boon to stock raisers. THE : s s shave try ANTISEPTIC COKE The Ardmoreite Prints All the NEWS All the Time. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, OFFICES: In Noble Building Telephones! Keetdeneo 76. ODlt Its. Dt. F. P. voi) Mueller, OodIUI and AnrUt. fltieolal attention siren In Surgery ee, k UIisuii ot the BYB, GAR, N0SB AND THROAI, disuses Accurately 1-ltteU, Offloo over nonnnr Si llonner'a Drue? Store Rooma Sands. Ardroore, I. T. Thonot nealdenoe i. omoeu DR. J. W. 8MITH, Physician and 8unjeon. Office In Gorman Dulldlng. Office 'Phono C 3 Hlngi. Residence 'Phono 14. Offlco hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. Special attention give to OlacaiCB ot Women and Children. SHAVING Waller IIrdy, U.i. mono M. J. O. MqMiiIi IUi. Phone It, FOAM FOR EASY SHAVING. A little COKE SHAV ING FOAM and a damp brush is all you need for an absolutely antiseptic, delightful, quick shave. Kequires no rubbing in; will not dry up. Up-to- date barbers all use it. 35c Collapsible Tubes lor Indi vidual use at al Druggists and bar bers or dtiect from A. Brenner Co., CHICAGO. Fur Sale by W. B. Fraws and Ardracro Drug Cs. Kill of the Plantation. CITY GOVERNMENT. W. Dick Mayor H. Mathers City Attorney John Ii. Gait Police Judge O. II. Bruce City Clerk T. N. Coleman Treasurer W. R. Roberta. Assessor and Collector D. E. Booker Chief ot Police Bob McOeo City Scavenger Aldermen. First Ward J. W. Golledge, IcCbaren. Second Ward J. S. Mullen, 1. R. Bout. Third Ward C. I.. Byrne, W Kendall. Fourth Ward W. T. Oardnor, A Young. J. 8. C. ELECTRIC TRAINS' Aro operated by the Tho well rpRtilatcd farm, where peace and plenty reiRti, can never bo bad without tho latent iHbor envinj; machinery. Here is n list of labor suviug machinery- thnt is neknowtedKed, even by other manufac turers nnd dealers, to be tho beet there is on the market. It's the celebrated line of Kingman Cultivators, Kingman Stalk Cutters, Kingman Turning Plows, Kingman Middle Bursters, Kingman Combination Cot ton anl Corn Ch'eckers. Our prices arc tbe vey lowest, nnd terms ns liberal as you can nsk Come in to seo ns before yon iret too buuy with your pinntinc. HARDY 4c McNEEB. PHYSICIAN!) AND HUHOKOMB, Offloe bourn 10 to 11 a, m., to D. m.. cd to 9 p. m.i HnnCsji, 10 to II s. m. end I to p. m, umoe ruoae in. umoo ore' uenuer'i drna store corner Ualn eud Oaddo streets. W. M. OflANOELLOU Physician and Surgeon Wo make dlsesaeeot women and children and Keneral operative surgery a specialty, ltealdonoe, O atrnet nortbeaat, aecund door north ol Third arenuet Offlco with Ardmoro Drug Co. Dnico phono 80, residence phono 228. I. W. FOLSOM, M. D. Wi Committees. Finance U. I. Byrne, ctialrmiu; A. O. Young, J, S. Mullen. Street and Alloy I. R. Bast, chain man; C. L. Byrne, W. T, oarduer, J. S. McChoroa. PolS-e " C. Kendall, chalrmxu; I. R. Best, J. S. McCharon. Firs W.' T. Gardner, chairman; J. W. Oolledge, J. S. Mullen. Waterworks A. C, Youns, chilr- man; J. S. Million, C. L. Byrnt. Ordinance J. S. Mullen, chairman: J. W. Oollodgs, W. C. Kendall. Cemotory J, W. Oolledge, chair man; W. T. Gardner, I. R. Best. Sanitary J. S. McChareu, chair man; J. S .Mullen, W. C. Kendall, A. C. Young. Board or Health. Dr. J. W. Moftett, city physician; Drs. S. S. Carr, J. W. Smith, Walter Hardy; Mayor R..TT. Bick Foley's Kidney Cure makes kldxays and blaiitr right. Betweon TEXAS And tha North and East Between BiliAiINuIiAiu, AltmPHlb, And tho NortK and West, Uetween OKLAHOMA North and East Observation cafo cars, under management ot Fred Harvey. Equip-j mont of the latest ud best design. ms. Gortin & Co., The Hardware Men. ARDMOUE, - - LSI). TEH. 4 Does a General Practice. Special Attention to Obstetrics, Diseas es of Women nnd Children. 31 Years Experience. I ODoe over Bonner A Bonner's druv note, umoe snone in residence 12. J.W.8hickleford. Mrs.J.W.Shackltfcrd DRS. 8HACKLEFORD, Osteopathic Physicians. We troat both Acute and Chronic uir leases, but mako a specialty of chronic I diseases and diseases of womea. Phone 218. Ofrice, 414 North Washington ttueet. DR. J. F. 80 N, -Physician and Surgeon. iBjpscloJ Attontlon Given to Diseases of Woen and Children. OKlce lu Gorman BulldlnR OIBce Honrs: 10 to 12 a. m., J to b.s. Offlco Phone o. i. Residence Phone No. Ml Will Pay Cam. For IuiproYeinent3 anywhere In Chick asaw or Choctaw Nations. Preference) glren to those places whero immedi ate posvesslon can ho given. J. E. ARNOLD, 17-wtf Ardmora, I. T. $50 Howard $S9. Stolen from far place at Byrne, I. T.., in September Jlast, two match hay inaroa, t and 7 years old, branded BJ on left hip and thigh, about 14 hands hlsh, boss of ens slightly snipped. II will glvs $25 for tUe mares and $25 for the Uilef. WALTON JAWHS, llw2t Byras, I.T. I The Sesi Line Old States S 1 Free Reclining Parlor Cafe Cars I Chair Cars Pullman felcepers H Ask the nearest Cotton Belt Agent for rates and schedules or write I V. U. WEEKS, 0.H.MSBOAH, A. HOOVER, T. T. LITTLE, I Oca. Ptit. iTVt. Atl.. Trr. rn. Ail . Tfi. P. Al., Fanr. AL. Trier, Tci, El. WtrHi, Trx. Wtce.Tu. Conlcsat, Tex. M DENTISTb. ENLOE & FANN, Dentists. When they have donr your dental work It cannot be Improved upon. Office in Cruee bulldlag, opposlto oBtoMse. 'Phone 121. DB. A. H. ADAMB, DHNTIHT. Vhn Lateti Improyomont lor Ornwa and flrklgo Work The Ardmoreite 5 Looal aaeslhetlos admlnliterea for U pslBisss vxtraotlon of teeln. All work sniarantsed. rrleei to sail tbe limes, OOloa over Rendol's store. Ardmore, I. This sljrnttare le 00 every box tt tho gmulne Laxative BrontoQtrioiiie Tablets 1m reiuat' li r.Ki - it roll I In D tlay Foley's Honey aBj Tar cures celds, prevents paeumoahu