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Oklahoma' Crop Outlook.
Oklahoma's wheat crop is now growing splendidly, and tho acroago la so great as to make practically uio cntlro territory greci with waving vcrdnro anywhere from 3, .1 to C Inches In holghL Compotont porsons CBtlmato that thero Is an lncreasod acrcago of not loss than 10 par cont over any provlous year, and tho pros en t conditions are such that all agree that tho crop Is mado and that It will bo simply lmmonso whon estimated In bushels. Tho. abundanco of molsturo last fall was what led oxporloncod wheat growers to put In maximum crops. "At that tlmo I regarded the Okla homa wheat crop us 40 por cont wade," says J. C. Mlllor, mangor of n ranch In tho Ponca Indian reserva tion. "Tho outlook now Is for tho bumpor crop In tho history of tho territory. My hellof last fall that tills unison's would bo tho banner crop woa so great that wo docldcd to plunge, and planted 9,000 acres, 1,000 moro than over before." Tht-so thousands of acros wore plowed, planted and harrowod at the namo tlmo by steam powor. Tho Im plements woro drawn by traction on gincs, covering In this way an nvor ago of twonty-Avo ncros dally to an engine. Tho cnttlo belonging to tho Millers was pastured on tho wheat during tho winter months, and now tho crop Is six Inches high. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Iicojj County. Frank J. Cheney makos oath that ho Is senior partner of tho Arm of F. J. Chenoy & Co., doing business In tho City of Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ovory case of catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho usa of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRFANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before mo and subscribed In my presenco, this Cth day of De cember, A. D. 188C. (Seal.) A. W. QLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken intorn nil)', and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimonials freo. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 7Cc. Hall's Family Pills are tho. best. FOSTER. Special Correspondence. Foser, I. ,T March 31. Wo aro having 8030 real spring weathor. Vegetation is beginning to show up, and wo trust spring Is horo In reality. Tho hooMllos are getting In tholr work, and cattlo aro recolvlng now life. Corn Is being planted this weok. Cotton land Is being proparod. Tho ground Is In splendid condition for plowing. Thero Is soon to bo another busi ness liotiRo added to our town. Wo now havo n splondld now brldgo across Honoy Crotk, In tho west part of town. Wo aro stilt in need of a fow moro good business housos to supply tho needs of our customers. Mr. Smith, representing tho Ard inorcito, called on us last week. Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough. Mrs. Ellen Harlison, of 1100 Park Avenue, Kansas City, Mo., writes as follows "Our two children had a bo voro attack of whooping cough, ono of them in tho paroxysm of roughing would often faint and blood at tho nose. Wo tried everything wo heard of without getting rollcf. Wo thon called In our family doctor, who pro- Bcrlbod Foloy's Honoy and Tar. With tho very llrst doso they bogan lo Im prove, and wo feel that It has havod their lives." Rofuso substitute. Sold by Honnor & Honnor. A man past fifty Is a good donl llko a sick man all ho has to look for ward to Is the taking of his medi cine. . Good for Children. Tho ploasaut to tako and harmlos Ono Minute Cough Curo gives Immo dlato rellof In all casos of cough. croup and la grlppo becauso It doos not pass immcdlatoly Into tho stom ach, but takos effect right at tho seat of tho trouble It draws out tho In flammation, hoals and soothos nnd cures permanently by enabling tho lungs to contribute pure llfo giving nnd llfo sustaining oxygon to tho blood and tissues. City Drug Store. You may havo a dofensc, but doos It over occur to you that the public doesn't givo you a chance to glvo It? Pneumonia Is Robbed of Its Terrors by Foloy's Honoy and Tnr. It stops tho racking cough and heals and strengthens tho Iuiiks. If taken in tlmo It will provont an nttaok of pneumonia. Rofuso substitutes. Sold by Honnor & Honnor. Tho Lord did very woll with poo- plo, considering that ho did not havo n Gibson pnttorn to go by. Foloy's Honoy and Tar contains no opiates, and w 111 not constlnato llko nearly all other cough medicines. Ro- ruso substitutes. Bold by Uonnor & Honnor. Nearly every woman has a lot of fancy paper cutters around tho house, hut uses a hair pin. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho fco for notices under this head 1b J2.C0, payablo strictly In advance. For Mayor, It. W. DICK. For City Attorney. JAMES II. MATHERS. CASWELL 1JENNETT. Tax Assessor and Collector. J. D. PAYNE. WM, R. RODERTS. J. R. PULLIAM. For Police Judge. JOHN I OALT. C. M. JOINER. Chief of Police. D. E. DOOKER. A. S. PULLIAM. For Treasurer. FRANK BUTT. LON M. FRAME. Lj L. TYER. For Alderman. (First Ward.) J. W. GOLLEDGE, J. N. MORGAN. R. HARDY. (Second Ward.) LEE II. RODERSON. C. F. FRA1J3Y. (Third Ward.) W. C. KENDALL. R. W. RANDOL. (Fourth Ward.) W. . WH1TTINOTON. A. C. YOUNO. FRANK UERRYHILL. City Scavenger. JAKE WILLIAMS. ROE CARTER. BOB McGHEE. L. C. POLLARD. W. P. CANNAVAN. CLARENCE SLOAN. J. J. READ. T. J. COX. FRANK HUNT. HENRY SPENCER (Col.) UNION STORES. Tho following named ostabllshments having complied with tho require ment necessary to bocomo union storos aro huroby declared such, and all union men aro requested to glvo them profcronco In tholr patronage: Drg Goods. Slg Simon Co. ( Weiss Bros. Y. B. Yynn. I Bass & Crawford. Cincinnati Racket Store. Madden, Sykes & Co. Farthing & Coonor. Ed Ringer. Burton-Pool Dry Goods Co. J. A. IxKithorwood. Baltimore Racket Store. J. E. Hamilton. R. IQWonstoln. J. N. Barrnl. O. I Donnos. Rnndol-Banks Merchandise Co. Nlckol Store. Groceries. J. B. Smart C. Crosby. A. F. Jones. J. A. 8klpworth. W. A. Pnyno. M. T. Fclkor. W. C. Kendall & Co. Furniture. A; C. Young. C. It. Jones. Hardware. Williams, Corhn &Co. AVcoks Urofl. Tho nbovo list will bo revised as ofton ns It becomes necossary. E. G. MURPHY, Sec. 2C-tf. Local No. C3C, R. C. I. P. A. LOCAL MARKETS. (By M. Folkor.) Tho following aro tho prevailing prices paid for produco today: Wheat No 2. 7Cc; No. 3, 70c. Oats 45o to 47c Hay $ 12.00 Corn CIc and G7c. Swcot Potatoos J1.00 to $1.25 per bushel. IrUh Potatoos 7Bc to 80c. por bu. Butter 10c to 25c. Poultry. ((By William Newman.) Ducks Per dozen 12.00. HenB $3.00 per dozen. Frying Cblckona $2.00 te 12.50. Eggs 7c per doeu. Butter Por pound 12c. Turkoys Cc gross. Geese Full-feathertd. per dozen $5.00 Live Stock. (By Cold Storage Market) Fat cows, gross cwt ?2.002.10 Fat calves $3.00 to $5.00 Fat sheep, per head.... $2.00 to $3.00 Fat hogs (gross) 100 lbs.. $100(5.00 Wood Per cord, $2 to $2.50. Ardmore co&l $3,50 per ton. Kingman cultivators. Kingman stalk cutters. King mlddlo busters. Kingman combination corn and cot ton check rowers, all at Williams, Corhn & Co.'s. A TEXAS WONDER. H ALL'S GREAT DI8COVERY. Ono small bottle of Tho Texas Won der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emis sions, weak and Iarao back, rheuma tism and all Irregularities of the kid neys and bladdor in both women and men. Regulates bladder troublo In children. If not sold by your druggist will bo sent by mall on receipt of $1. Ono small bottlo is two months' treat ment and will euro any case above mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL. Solo manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists and W. B. Frame, Ardmore, I. T. READ THIS. Ardmore. I. T.. Oct. 17. 1002. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis: I havo suffered for years with kidney and bladder troubles. I havo found more rolleffrom using Texas Wonder. Hall's Great Discovery, than any othesr kid ney and bladder medlelno, and can safely recommend It to others. Very respectfully. MRS. J. H. HOPKINS. SANTA FE EXCURSIONS. Norman, Ok. Annual encampment O. A. II. of Oklahoma May 18 to 21. Rato $2.45. St Louts, Mo. Dedication Cere monies Louisiana Purcbaso Exposition April 29 and 30. Rato $20.20. Now Orleans, La. United Confed- orato Veterans' Rounlon May 17 and 18. Rato $12.05. Annual meeting American Medical Association at. New Orleans, La., $19.66. Dates of sale May 1, 2 and 3. Limited to ten days. Chickasaw Stockmen's Association at Puree, $2.70. Dato of salo April C, 7 and 8. Limited for return April 11, 1903. National Association of Master Plumbers of tho United States, San Francisco, Col., $45. Genoral assembly Prosbyterlan church of tho United States of Ameri ca, Los Angeles, Cal., $45. Dates for salo May 3, 12th and 18. Limited to return July 15 W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agent. Notice In Bankruptcy, n tho District Court of tho United States, for tho Southern District, at Ardmore. In tho matter of H. C. Read, bank rupt, In bankruptcy. To tho creditors of H. C. Read, in the Southern district, n tho Indian Torrltory, at Ardmoro, a ankrupt: Notlco Is horcby given that on tho 27th day of March, 1903, tho said II. C. Read was duly ad- Judged a bankrupt, nnd that tho first meeting of his creditors will bo held nt my ofllco at tho courthouso In the city of Ardmoro on tho 10th day of April, 1903, at 10 o'clock In tho fore noon, nt which tlrnc tho, said credi tors may attend, provo tholr claims, appoint a trustco, oxamlno tho bank- ii pt and transact such othor business ns may como boforo said mooting. JOHN HINKLE, Roforeo In Bankruptcy. First published March 30, 1903. You get moro ror your money in heating and cook stoves at Spraglns' than any other place. Ho sells tho Leador and tho Gnrland. Can you think of better stoves? Majestic Steel Ranges, nono other as good. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. $100 Reward Will bo paid by tue Chlckasnw Stockmen's Association for tho arrest and conviction of anyone stealing stock of any kind from any member of this Association. Notify Jeff Tnync, Pauls Val loy, Clinrloy RolT, Rolf, I. T., or W. L. Lapslcy, Wynnewood, I. T., Insp th. DR.. T. P. Howell, Pres. O. V, riALEY, Sec. THIS IS IT. CALIFORNIA It's the "Switzerland of America" and tbe Balmiest Climato on Earth. Commencing Mrrch 9th, 1903, will soil ono-wity tourist tickets to CALIFORNIA COriflON POINTS FOR :$25 with privilege of stopover at many points In California. Por further particulars see agents or address W. S. KEENAN, a. P. A OALYK8TON, TEXAS. EASY RUNNING WAGONS Have the Least Use for Speech and a Buggy 0f the Right Make Requires Less of the Oily Tongue That is why we Handle the Bain, Spring field, O'Brien aud James & Graham Wagons, High Grade Hynes Buggies and Road Wagons, the Blees McVickerBuggies and Surreys, Farm Hacks, etc. Then we believe, tcmake. earth turning easy, you should use our Volunteer Walking Cultivators. Victor Riding Cultivators, and a full line of Plows. Stevens, Kennedy & Sprarins!Co. tup ram iiiiiitp 4 int bib Will We want to fit your Horse up with a bran new Spring Suit of fitting Harness. L. J.JOHNSON The Saddle and Harness Man. MISS HOSE OWENS No. 720 Seventeenth St., t uu it.'. u tvsry suucriDE woman has the ume experience with 'Vine of Cardul that I had, your medicine will be most popular. About a year ago I began to have a worn out tired feeling with lassitude, pains la the back and head which kect Increasing every month. I felt that I needed something, but to get the right medietas was the trou ble. I finally decided on your Wine of Cardul and only needed to take three bottles when I was fully re covered." arHEN Miss Roso Owens, who W has n responsible position in I ' " I tho Qovornmeni servico at Washington, D. 0., decided to try Wino of Cardul, she mado a wlso choice. Over a million women have been relieved of femalo weakness by this same Wino of Cardui. It is not a strong mcdicino but may bo taken every day in tbo year by any woman with benefit. It does not forco results, but corrects derangements of the menstrual organs. It strengthens tho nervous system, gives tono to tho bodily func tions, acts directly on tho genital organs, and is tho finest tonio for wo men known to tho science of medicine. Mil Bom Outru. WINEofCARJLWI i Notice In Bankruptcy. In tho District Court of tho United States, for tho Southern District, nt Ardmore. In tho raattor of n. 13. Philips, bank tipt, In bankruptcy. To tho creditors of II. E. Philips, In tho Southern dis trict, In tho Indian Territory, nt Ard noro, a bankrupt. Notlco Is hereby given that on tho 30th day of March, 1903, tho said It. E. Philips was duly adjudged bankrupt, nnd that tho first meeting of his creditors will bo held at my odlco nt tho courthouso In tho city of Ardmoro on tho 11th day of April. 1903, at 10 o'clock In the fore noon, at which tlmo tho said creditors may nttond, provo tholr claims, ap point a trustoo, oxnmlno tho bankrupt and transact such othor business ns may como boforo said meeting. JOHN HINKLE, Hoforoo In Bankruptcy. Horbort, Walker & Cannon, Attys. First published March 30, 1903. Tho Kingman make of farming Im plements havo" taken procodonco over every other make. Thoy represent perfection in farming tools. Sold by Williams, Corhn & Oo. 1 1 HUnot. If you must use that old harness another year, bring it around and let us put it iri good repair. WASHINGTON If you aro a suffer ins wo man wo would say to you that Wino of Cardui seldom fails to completely curo any case of femalo ills. Wo say emphatically, it never fails to benefit. Every day hun dreds of sufferers aro writing to our Ladies' Advisory De partment. The letters ore opened by persons compe tent to givo advice. Mrs. Jones was cured bv follow ing the advice which was freely given her by tho Ladies' Advisory Depart ment. Miss Owens was cured without adyico byjust buying a $1.00 bottle of Wino of Cardui from her druggist and taking this great rdedicine in tho pri vacy of her home. No doctor's ex amination, treatment or advice is nec essary. You havo read what theso two cured women havo written. Is this not enough to lead you to determine to be rid of suffering? August 13. 1900, Mrs. W. II. Jones, of Cameron, Mo., writes: "I suffered terribly at monthly periods for three years. I would sometimes go for seven months with jo How at all. Now I have my health b&ck again and am expecting to be confined in January. I cannot praise your medicine enough." A million suffering women have found relief in W'ne of Cardui. Giiin-Ock Chinese Restaurant. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, Best Meals. Short orders at all Hours. Near Union Depot. Warning Order. In tho United States Commlsslonor'a Court In tho Indian Territory, South ern District, at Ardmore. Mormon Pmltt nnd II. M. Carr plaintiffs, vs. M. D. GIllospIo (Glaspy) et al defendants. Tho defendant M. D. Glllesplo (Glaspy) Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho Iplantlffe, Momon Pmltt and H. M. Carr. Witness my hand this 27th day of March, 1903. (Seal.) T. N. ItODNETT, U. S. Commissioner. Cruco, Cruco & Bleakmoro, Attys. S. II. Dutler, Atty for Non-Ilesldent Defendant. First published March 2f, 1903. Stomach Troubles cured by KODOL Under all curablecondilions Mr. D. Kauble of Nevada, O., was Mr. M MJ. I ay ler of HlUlard, cured by K.oaoi pa., was curea oi sioma.cn of ChronlQ troubis whlcn Dyspepsia oy the use of had ellecled ills heart. Kodol. JEST PASSEfiGEfi SEililwt TEXAS. 4 IMP0RTA.1T GATEWAYS 4 .jr THE (V&u PACIFIC NO TROUCLC TO AhSWEFI GUClTIOhB, Superb Pullman Vestibdled SLEEPERS, Handsome Reclin.no Chair Gars (SEATS FREE) LL THROUGH TRAINS. "B WITH fast momlnsr'and trains to Ht. Loulo and the BWITH Pullman Sleepers h back Scarritt Boat Coaches (without chanso) to Now J, dally. 01 .NB WITH handsomonowOhalr Crtra through (without cliango) dally, to St. Louis, Momphls and i:i Pauo. BWIjY LINE WITH a savins of 12 hours to California. DNLY LINE .WITH Tourist Sleoplnff Cars. soml-wooJrly, through iv--ittouJ chango) to Ban Francisco. I SK FOR SCHEDULER OF OUR INCOMPARABLE TRAINS, "CANNON BALL'5 AND- "WBGliT EXPRESS E. P. TURNER, Gcnctai. Passu. ocn aho Ticket Accnr. OALLIS. TEX. 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