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KILLS HIMSELF WITH A TREE.
Indiana Farmer Adopts Unique Plan to Commit Suicide. Iyigansport, Intl.. Koli. 20. Coronor Ifctliorlngton today rontlorod a vor tllrt Hint Mnrtln Myora, a woll to tlo farmer. hnd committed suicide. Tlio ovldonre showed Hint lit cttUlne; down a tree myers had arranged It to that it would fall across a stump. Then lio knelt In prayer, with his hand across the stump, anil waited until a pit si of wind brought down the tree, crushing hi sUull to a puli. Ml body was brought hare to be prepared for lmrlal nnd a brother wan to tnke ehnrgo of It. Tho lirollier ling dlsap pcarod and no other rain tire 1ms claimed the remains. Cured Consumption. Mt II. W. Evans. Cloarwnter, Kan writes: "Mr husband lay sink for thruo wcntlia; the doctors atnted he had ouluk consumption. We procured n bo-tlo of Ballard's Horeliound Syrup and ii cured him That wns six years ngo nnd since then we always kept a lioltlo In the house. We can not do without It. Fo cMiha and colds It lias no cqunl." Mr, 60c and ?1 bottles at w. II. FraniOB. Decision Against Dradstrect. Jefferson Oily. Mo.. Feb. 20. Dlvla Ion No. 2 of tho supreme court today alarmed the decision of the Pettis county court !ri the cnse of the M Inter Dry Goods company against tho Brad ntroot Commercial Agency, giving the plaintiff dauingoe to the oxtont of $30,000 for allogod falso showing of tho crodlt of tho firm, which workod greatly to tho Injury of tho firm. Ono Mlniito Cough Curo Rlvos rollet In ono minute bccattso It hills tho ml crobo which tickles tlio mucous mom lirnno, causing the cough, and at tho name tlmo clears tho phloRin. draws out tho Inflammation and heals and noothos tho affected parts. Ono Min ute Cough Cure strengthens tho lungs, vrnrtls off pneumonia and Is a harmless nnd novcr falling curo In nil curabio casos of coughs, colds and croups. Ono Minute Cough Cure Is pleasant to taJte, harmless and Rood all'.; a for young aud old. City Drug Storo. It seems queer that pcoplo lose so many moro things than they find. Mothers can safoly givo Foley's Hon y and Tar to tholr children for coughs snd colds, for It contains no opiates or other poisons. For salo by Bon ncr & Ilouner. Soon tho coal famlno victim will bo drying to Jolly tho Ico tnnn. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Tho only posltlvo curo for blind, bleeding, Itching and protruding piles, cuts, burns, bruises, eczema nnd all abrasions of tho skin. DeWltt's Is tho only Witch Hazel salvo that Is mado from tho pttro, unadulterated witch hazel all othors aro counterfeits. De Witt's Witch Hnzol Salre Is mado to curo counterfeits are mado to sell. City Drug Storo. Where there's a will there's usually two or more lawyers. You Know What You Are Taking When you tako Orovo'a Tastoloss Chill Toulr because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottlo showing that It is simply Iron nnd quinine In a tasteless form. Ilo oure no pay. GOo. Only a brute will take a ktsa from a Kirl without pretending be had to meal It. Wlnlr coughs are apt to rawilt In consumption it ntnlected. They can soon be broken up by ualnc Foley's Honey and Tar. For aale by Homier & Homier. It is quite natural that Ut wan who invents nn air ship should look down on the rest of us. A Night Alarm. Worso than an alarm of fire nt night is the brassy cough of croup, which sounds like the children's death knell and It means death unless something Is done quickly Foley's Honey and Tor never falls to slve Instant relief and quickly cures the worst forma of croup. Mrs. p. 1 Cordler of Manning ton. Ky., writes: "My three year old Rlrl had a severe case of croup; the du. tar said she could not live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, the first dose gave quick relief and saved nor life". Refuse substitutes. For ak' by Roaner & Bonner. lien some men stand on their dig nity they have ue visible means of support. The Easy P. DrtVltt-a Uttte Many Weera do aot RTlpe nor weaken the system Tliav cure blHlousne, Mundlce consUpa t on and Inactive livers ky arousing tho secretions, moving the boweU gen ly yet effecfcially RBd giving such itny 8,t.ren'5th l ,h 8'M.dSB0f U,o stomach, liver and bowels that tho r8ThfJ"Vr0Ul,le U "moved entire in i (mouB "tUo 1" exert a decided tonic effect upon tho organs foriVfPla.ni1 'fU,eir US8 19 "SSd for a row days thero will bo no return of the trouble City Drug Store A Mother's Recommendation. I havo used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for n numbor of years and havo no hesitancy In saying that It Is tho best remedy for coughs, colds and croup I have over used In my family. I havo not words to express my confl. tlenco in this remedy. Mrs. J a Mooro. North Star, Mich. For Baio by City Drug Storo, F. j. Ramsey and Ardmoro Drue Co. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The U,' 'or notlres undor this head Is J2.50, payable strictly In advance For Mayor. I hereby announce myself a candi date for re-election to tho office of mayor of the city of Ardmore at the coming April election. H. W. DICK. For City Attorney, i nereuy announce myaelf a candl date for re-election to the office of city attorney for the cliy of Artlmoro at the April olectlon. JAMIWI H. X-VHHIIS, I hereby nnnottnee myself ae n enndt- date for tho offlco of city attornoy tor the city of Artlmore at tlie election lu April. CASWWI'Ij uuNNirrr. Tax Assessor and Collector. I hereby announce myaelf n candl dato for the office of tax naaeaaor and collector for the city of Artlmore, at tue election In April. J. I). PAYNE. I hereby announce myaelf a candl date for re-election to the office of Tax Aaaeasor and Collector for tho city of Ardmore at tho April election. WM. it. I1011HHTS. I hereby announco myaelf a candi date for tho office of City Aeeeeeor, and Collector for the city of Ardniore. Election in April. J. It. PULLIAM. For Police Judge. I horeby aunounco myself n candi date for ro-oloctlon to tho oillco of Po lice Judge for tho city of Ardmoro. Elootlovi In April. JOHN L. QALT. I aunounco mysolf ns a candidate for for Police Judgo.ot tho city of Ard more at the April election. CM. JOINER. Chief of Police. I horoby announco mysolf a candl- dato for ro-oloctlon for the offlco of Chief of Pol Ico of tho city of Ardmore at the April olectlon. D. E. BOOKER ( horoby announco mysolf n cnnai- dato for tho effleo of Chlof of Pollco for tlio city of Ardmoro at tho April election. A. S. PULUAM. For Treasurer. Tho Ardmorclto Is authorized to an nounco Frank Butt as a candtdato foi city treasurer for tho city of Ardmoro at tho April olectlon. I horoby announce mysolf a candi date for tho offico of City Troasuror for tlio city of Ardmoro ut tho April election. LON M. FRAME. For Alderman. At tho earnost requost of many friends I hereby announco myself a candldato for ro-oloctlon to tho office of Alderman In tho First warn. J. W. OOLLEDGE. I hereby nnnounco myself a candi date for nldermnn for the First ward, subject to tho will of tho voters at tlio election In April. J. N. MORGAN. I hereby announce myaelf a candi date for nldermnn for the Second ward nt the April election. LEE II. ROUERSON. I hereby announce myself aa a, can didate for Alderman of the Second want at the April election. C. F. OTIALBY. 1 hereby announce myaelf a. candi date for the office of Alderman for the Fourth ward of th city of Ardmore. Election in April. W. F. WHITTINGTON. A. C. Young allows his name to re appear as candidate for re-election to the office of alderman from the Fourth ward at the April election. I announce myself as a candidate for election to tho office of Alderman for the Fourth ward nt the April election. FRANK BEHIIYHILL. City !icavangt!r. We are authorised to announce Jake Williams us a candidate for city scav enger at the April election. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of city scavenger for the city of Ardmore at the election in April. ROE CARTER. I hereby announce myaelf n candi date for re-election aa city scavenger for the city of Ardmore at the election In April. HOD McGHBE. I hereby announce myself a candi date for City Scavenger for the ?lty of Ardmore at the election in April. I C. POLLARD. r hereby announce myaelf a candi date for the office of City Soavonger for the city of Ardmore at the election In April. O. S. DA I LEY. I hereby announce myaelf a candi date for acavenger Tor the city of Ard more at the election In April. W. P. CANNAVAN. I hereby announce mysolf a candi date for Scavenger tor the olty of Ard moro, at tho April olectlon. CLARENCE SLOAN. I hereby announce myself a candl dato for the offico of city senvongor. for the city of Ardmore at the April dec-,,0- J. J. READ. I announco mysolf as a candldato for tho offlco of City ScivongeV. sub Joct to tho voters of tho city nt tho April olectlon. T. J. COX. A MARINE AUTOCRAT. Tin- t'nptnln nt 1ip lliilttrnlilii nnd llln Attnotuti- Ant liorlt Over tlu VHst establishment rules the wiptnln In snpi" ' i " nutl Isolated author Hy. All his ii' :n'llshmetita must Ira those of tin- MMiiiii'i lor he directs the movement of tin- hii In nil ovolu Mens, and lilt dcntiun upon all profes sional points is fluid JIih responsibility nt all times in grnvi nod exn"tltig. In time of war It will fttrnin tlio stoutest nerves. In the hour of battle It Is notli Ins; short of appalling when he standi ilonn in Ills conn lug tower, having cou trot of all th tremendous forces lying latent in his ship only to be released nt the proper moment by a touch of his haml. He Is the guiding spirit of nn enormous projectile of 15,000 tone that rushes through the water nt u speed, It may ln, of fifteen knots, ami ho knows that tho slightest mistake of his head or heart may mean n national disaster. Hut besides being th naval nntt mili tary chief of the establlahmunt he Is a lawyer a kind of Justice of tho peace, os It were, who holds court every morn ing. Investigates reports of misdemean ors nnd assigns punishment to the guilty. The delinquent are brought to the "mast" the quarter deck with tltelr accusers. Hotlt sides are heard, nml swift Judgment usually follows. In this capacity It will be noted thnt the captain Is court, Judge anil Jury. Not infrequently he aets as clergyman nnd as such Is the bishop of his diocese, ac knowledging no ecclesiastical superior, rending the service on Sundays, oil' I ntlug nt tho burial of his dead nu("i In the old days occasionally marrying lov era. Lieutenant Commander Glcnves In World's Work. A Cno nt InlPrprctntloii. "Whnt shnll we tlo with tho prison or?" demanded the spokesman of the mob. "Do thou, O royal chamberlain, hnsto to the presence of his mnjesty nntl loam his wish." The roynl chamberlain hurried to the presence nnd bowed himself thrlco to tho floor; then he asked the monarch's plonsuro regarding tho desperate out law. "Away with hlml" said tho king In a loud, harsh volco. Put the chamberlain wns something of n humorist, nnd when he returned to the mob he laughingly announced thnt In regard to the misdoings with the prisoner the king hnd snld only that It was "a way with hlni." Whereupon the mob reluctantly re leased their quarry. Hut In trying to explain the Joko to tho obtuso king the royal chamberlain became confused nnd completely lost his head. Rnltlmorc American. Color ii f J mill' llnlr. In Very onrly times nil pictures of Judas were shown with great shocks of red hair falling down well on the shoulders. This nnd tho fact that the Judas In tho "Miracle Plays" wns pro vided with a red hlrsuto workctl the Buporstltlous people of tho middle nges up to such n degree tbat It was nctunl ly uucafe for a red hulred person to np- pc-.tr In company. Seeing that things wore coming to a serious pnss, writers of all Classen began to rebuke nntl de nounce "the senseless prejudice ngnlnst those of lively colored hair." Cyrano do IJorgerac In his "Stntes and Em pires of the Sun" boldly praised and glorified the despised color In the fol lowing words: "A bta.u held covered vitli red hair is nothing else but the sun In tho mltUt of his rays, yet man speak ill of it because few have the honor to be so." Soma- ICxninplu "f "Nerve." In n recent big libel case tho foreman of the Jury received a letter from n publican, apparently otherwise sane, asking blm to Insure that the Jury ntould find for the defendant because he had n heuvy bet on the result, nnd this astonishing epistle was read lu court It is interesting to note that the writer lost his bet anyhow. Equally bland was tho request once made to Mr. llalfour during his premiership to nave dismissed from the commission of the peace n Justice who had very properly sentenced the author of the request, a notorious rulllan. to a stiff term of Imprisonment for sending beg ging letters. Loudon Answers. Cniltlnna. lawyor happened to be acquainted with a Juror In a petty civil case and he met him during a recess of the court. Tho lawyer was Jiwt "lighting up," and under ordinary circumstances he would have offered the other a cigar unhesitatingly, but It occurred to hlui that It might not look right. 'I suppose." he said guardedly, "that a cigar would not Influence your ver dict r Thejuror was equally cautious. "A good one wouldn't," he refilled, "but n poor one might prejudice me." lie got a good cigar, Brooklyn Eagle, I'oor Miimmn. The Dear Cttlkl-Oh. Mrs. Bloom. when dkl you get back? Mrs. Bloom Bleas you. dear. I wis not away anywhere. What made you think so? The Dear Chlhl-I thought you were. I heard my mamma say that you were at loggerheads with your husband for over u week. Alianlutrli- I'nut Hope. "She Is the moat inconsistent woman I ever know." "Never does whnt she ought to or what you expect, oh?" "Thnt Is Just It. Sometimes sho iIom She Is Inconsistently Inconsistent." Beware of the tnnn who offers von ndvlco at tho expense of n mutual friend. NOnO nrO leS3 Oncer in lnnrn flmn they who know notblng.-Suard. 7 . LOCAL MARKETS IH MFei"ker.) Tho following are tho provalllnp prlcoa pnld for produce, todav Whont No 2. 7: No. 3. 7ic. Oats 15e to 47 . Hay $11.0 Corn 64c and 57c. Sweet Potatoes $l.iii) to $1.26 per bushel. Irlali Potatoes 78c to 80c. per bit. Uutter 10c to 26e. Poultry. ((By AVIlllam Nowtnnn.) Duoks Par dozen $2.00. liens $3.00 per Jofen. Frying ChlckenB $1.00 to $8.80. Eggs 12Mfec per tloson.' Bultor Por pound 12Hc Turkoya Cc groas. Goose Full-fenthoted, per dozen $5.00 Live Stock. (By Gold Storngo MariwO Fat cows, gross cwt $2,000-2.10 Fat cntvos $3.00 to $6.00 Kat sheep, per head. .. .$1.00 to $8.00 Fat hogs (groas) 100 lbs. .$-10005.00 Wood Per cord, $2 to $2.60. Ardmoro coal $3.60 por ton. itomach Troubles cured by KODOL m DYSPEPSIA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. Lay Nevada, O., was ler of Hllliard, cured by Kodol A Pa., was cured of stomach V of Chronic trouble which MmL Dyspepsia by had effected JffiHm tho use of his heart. J3 Kodol. Treasury Department. Office of tbt Comptroller of thfl Currency, Washing ton, D. C, Jan. 10, 1903.- fo. C.578) Whoreas, by satisfactory evioer.ee presented to tho undersigned, It har been mado to appear that tno "Firs. National Bank of Mnnnsvllle," In mo town of ManiiBvnio, Chickasaw no Hon, Indian Territory. ins complied with all the provisions of th statutes of the United Statos, required tP bo compiled with boforo an aaaociAt'on shall be authorized to commence tb' business of banking. Now thereforo I, Willinm B. Rlngeb comptroller of tho currency, do hort by cortlfy that "Tho First Nsiionp' 3nmc of Mannsvllle," In tho town oi Mannsvlllo, Chlckuaw Nation. Ir dlan Torrltory, Is autht-rlzou to commonco'tho buslnoss of ba.nklnf. OB provided In section flfty-ono bur drea and slxty-nlno of tho rpvlset' statutcc m tho United Statec In tostlmony whoreof, wltnosc ml har.d and seal of office this tenth tiny of January, 1903. WM. B. RIDGEL, (Seal) Comptroller of tho Curren. .1 First published Jan. 1C. 190t Varnlnrj Order. In the United States Diatrlct Court If the Indlex Territory, Southern' tikt. W. C. Hlb'.or plaintiff t Mary 15. Iltbior defendant. Tue defendant, Mary 12. Hlbler, h w&niod to nppear In this court In tlnr- ty days and nnawer the complaint of the plaintiff, W. C. Hlbler. Wllneee Hon. Hown Townsond, Judge of said district court and tho seal thereof this 3d day of Fobr.uary 1908. (Soal.) ' 0. M. OAMPBIiLL, Cleric. J. S. MULLEN, Atty. S. H. BUTLER. Atty for Nou-fer Vlrst publlshod Fob. 3, 1903, Uso Ardmoro cpul. Tho Laldlaw Lumber Co. sells It. 2-tf To mako your homo completo nnd your kitchen noat nnd comfortable you nood only a Garlnnd stove. J. B .SPRAGINS & CO. Own a doublo-barrel, hammorless shotgun for loss money than you ever thought possible. Williams, Corhn & Co. have cut tho price Secret Societies MASONIC. Knlnhts Tomnlar. Ardmoro commandery No. i 6 ,K. T. moots first Monday in overy month, w. v. bowman v r LBH ROBERSON Recorder. R. A. tvl. Ardmoro chapter R. A, M. No. 11. Rogular meet lug second Tuosdny night in each month at 7.3' o' clock. Masonic temple, O. H. BRUCE, H. P. M. MUNZESHEIMER. Secretary A. P. nnd A. M. Ardmoro lodge No. 31 A. F. A. M. Rogular mooting on tq or uoioro mo run moon in oaclt month nt. n'rlnMr Mnsonlc tempi?. A. II. PALMER, W. M O. H. BRUCE, Soc. E. 8. Artfmoro chapter No. 70 O. E. S. has regular meeting an the night of the fourth Monday In overy month nt 7 30 o'clock. MRS. 15 V A RMVllKtl w AT D. T. NISDETT, Sec. ODD FELLOV.'S. Ardmore lodge No. 9, I. O. O. v., meets evory 'llloml.lv n f i nt n.1.1 Fellows hnll at 7:j0 o.clock. W. C. GARDNER, N. a. W T. GARDNER. Soc. Encampment. Intllanola Encampment . 10 I. O. O. F. meets overy Friday night at Odd Fol lows hall at 7:30 o'clock. Wm DEVENY, Chlof Patriarch. D. T. NISBETT, Scrlbo. Rebekaha. Ardmoro Robolcah lodgo No. 20, I. O. O. R, moots ovory Thurs day night at Odd Fol lows hall nt 7:30 o' clock. MRS. AGATHA DEVENY. N. G. D. T. NISBETT, fine. Canton. Canton, Ardmoro No. 4, Patriarchs Militant. I. O. O. 'F., has rogulnr meet ing on first and third Monday nights In each month. D. T. NISBETT, Com. I. R. MASON. Clerk. W. O. W. , rp3ss Ardmoro Camp No. rvATfrrzEfa iA wooumon oi mo kWotWspiy World moots second v,5ii and fourth Friday nlghtB In K. of P. hall J. N. MORGAN, C. C. ED SANDLIN, Clerk. Tho Woodmen Circle moots night at 7:30 o'clock in tho K. of P. hall. MRS. I. U. MASON Guard. MRS. II. P. EVETTS, Clork . The Modern Woodmen of Amer'ca meet overy Monday night In '.ho K. of P. hall. J. P. SON'. V. C. ERUETT DUNLAP, Clork. Lady Maccabees. Hello of tho Pralrlo hlvo No. 1, Ladios of tho Maccabees meets on tho first Wednesday af ternoon In each month In the Odd Fellows hall. MRS. DORA NISBETT, Lady Commander. MRS. E. V GOFF, Keeper of Records. K. of P. Myrtle lodgo No. 7, Knights of Pythias meat In Castle Hall, every Thursday evening N. E. MARTIN, C. C. FLEM DHSKINS. K. of R. & S. 1. O. R. M. WnBhlta tribe No. 33, Improved Ordor of Rod men meets In Odd Fol lows' hall ovory Wodnos duy night at 7:30 o'clock. D. T. NISBETT, Snchora. ED S AND LIN, C. of R. ELKS. B. P. O. Elks moot second and fourth Fri day In each month at Elks hall, West Main street. J. C. GRAHAM, E. R. R. L. SANDERS. Soc. Retail Clerks' Union. Local No. C35. R. C. I. P. A. meets second and fourth Mondny nights In ench month. L. B. HORN, President. E G MURPHY, Secretary. Gtts tho iiromtitest closed enrriuue m tho city Ab solutely the best euivico Ktiurnnteed Meets nil dny nml night trains nml special calls Stewart & Chancellor Foley's Honey nmi Tar Subseribo for tho Ardraorolte. PHONE 69. ATMiW AII5w Nature Has Tut Into EVery Stcmaqft a liquid called tho esttrlo Juice, which la a healthy condition Is capable of dtgcitlntr the food and converting It Into "chrmei" which at length btcomci cood, rich blood. The least llttlo ailment of ths stomach sited) tbla "gaitrlo Julco" and aulckly leads to various aerloua aleksesaes. These ailments may be easily aroldcd by taking rtjularly Dr. Caldwell's (ZBxallv) Syrup Pepsin aoo and 3t.OO Dottttt ALL. DRUGGISTS SENT FltEBl Gamnlahnttlftsnil an tn teres ting book ca vcmach troubles. PErSIB SYRUP CO., Moatkelb, Ills, TIME TABLE. OKLAHOMA CITY. (World's Fair Special.) Loavos Oklahoma City C:30 p. n. Arrives Kansas City 7:00 a. m. Arrives St. Louis 11:30 .t. re Arrives Memphis C:00 p. m. (St Iouls Exnreae.) Loavos Oklahoma City 7:C0 a, m. Arrives St. Louis 7:15 n. m. (Meloor.5 Ienvos nnss Ctly 7:15 p.m. Arrive Oklahoma City.... 7:30 a. m. (Arkansas and Oklnhoma Exiirera) Loavos St. Louis 10:00 i. m. Arrives Oklahoma City.... 6:15 p. m. Through cars and Pullman sloonors hetwoon Oklahotaa City, Kansas City, St. Louis and Memphis. For rates and otbor Information cnll on nenroat Frisco Systom agent, or addroaa tho underalgnod. II. p. DUNN DIv. Pass. Agt., Wichita, Ka k--&':-H'...:.-x...k-.:..-m $25 REWAiRI) i WE will pay 25 rowurdfor tlio nrrcst and conviction of any party or ptirtlos netting X of nuall or dynomltlns of Ilah z wlt.liln n tnrllua nf or. uo -r Ardmoro. V B. P. PltENSLEY, j j. tea. atun iiuu UUI1 UluU. J Tyer, Walters & Barnes Real Estate &, Rental Agency. Have Bargains in City Property. Will also buy 3'onr linprovcinents on farm lands for allottees. Tyer, Wallers & Barnes Wheeler Building. iVrdraorc - v- Ind. Tor, HACK LINE avis TO Sisiphur, Meets all trains. Clrd accommodations and prompt service. W're or telephone J. R. BLYTiK.. . Pvis. Ind. Tf r, Kingman cultivators. Kinsman Htnllccuttors. King mlddlo bustors. Kingman eouiblnatlon corn and cot ton check rowors, nil at Williams, Corfen & So.'s. aaaaaaaaaaas aaa I 111