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THE DAILY ARMOREITE 1
Eicinrr svggz, proprietor. ftalero at the PrfoSoe at Axdaaore Sttsriay), 0c7of Paiasotfito-. Vi-.UsC' toa SUM SUBSCRIPTION KATES: 0 wk ' Ou xaasts .15 J Ono Tf M.i , t urutslPERii!Ui' UcSU-1 State Crt for the Boatbwa UWct Fcdiac Territory; f CUcfcxuv Stock MwOtiim oi tie fctdhui TtnMrr. ad lie eScUi organ Of l CK7 jlsj - efcr-rtcUr or rejmtaUoa ? P sen wbteb may 1 yrtot to ts Art aBortsie. or aay article b4 oa re wvrU at are rw wfflbej.l7 r rect4 K loCt to tie atuuttoa ai tta poMMoer. t-ij-t- Tim t fctilf, Cosra4o . Santa Fe BHry. (Boatbbou&d) Curettes & CMeace Exs..-J:4aa. CUbsrcio & K. C. TCf-f -4:ttp.. (NortbboasO Galrettoa d: CW Bz7..12:K -se. OsXmrvt &. r Exp 11:2 a. ta. Choctiw, Oklahoma and Gulf Patovrty. Arrive at Arsasore 1:46 P- Leave Aromorit 2-35 P- Local freight oarrytag )" Xo trill i oa Bosdayc. All Uoll-3 Statu sa&s dole 0 jslruttf trivr t trala tlae. DAVID KEDFIELD, 7. iC U yen tara la a iia alaiss Vj t ybo&e, dest call tor tt Sre ayut met, bt t0 "ODtraT Trtr the r la. U C BLAtJCHTEE, CMe. Ui lie Ixo? Wrliiee Trfrince as4 can ?p PHOKE HO. S. U jot iract tie Artoerrtte. 4- 4- 1 Ardmsft. THf.ijr. Apm 2. iM. ute for a WcwM- Fr odkiM. Hv tnoeii hu AnfeMre xalMrf? Coo4 tac4t ac rt9 to tfektj esf'jreetwMM f Um- av am tb capM flkcera ar tr cm te Tbv SaU t UmUk at U kick dtexzsA av aa4 llxmf yew eror Oeaal ifjt a 4U-I-r-" tt faoboa hi tbe J of prop erty vb a aa aoaoaiea it for Uv atioft ao4 wlwa be la trytec to aoll it? Y'Mt ca ot Mat tbo vt walker now tn bladerta): tbo balMtat; of your aMo traJk. SoMMtblNK else aure. maybe you bare to vralt out II atter tbo oioe tlon. i TliO cataltiEUo of fine stock which will be utM at I'urtoll during the dates of tho Kino Stock Show, April 7. 8 and a, has been dlntributod and contains a list of wry flno and high Krado (HidlertHxl animals. An IIHuoIh man lias a trained black wolf which ho calls "Teddy Itoosc- vclt." Ifo will offer it to tlio prosi dent whan ho gets Into Illlonls to lake aloug on his trip. Mr. Koosevelt wilt liavo qulto a menagarlo if promised collection of wolvea, beam and othor "varmints" materialize on ibis trip. If every bnaiaese man and prop erty owoor la tbe city waa doing bis (tart la tbe 4ovlopoMMt of tbe eily, the Chamber of Commerce would bam a membership roll four times aa xreat aa It Is now, and from the fnmU tborola bo to a shape to help In many enterprises which must how he pasaed up Tomorrow night Art) more will hare Its first class of public school radu ntoa. These young iientleinen and you n b ladles have for some Umj been dnlnK Imhl work to gain the doolred Koal ao liiKhly esteomod by nil nctlvo naplrlnB pupils. Tho commencement oxcrulsou will be hold In tho opora iiouic. Kjdornl Judge Ilrynnt at Shormon lias Issiiod n restraluinR ordor pro- hlhltlng tho (.'ommlBfllonora' rourt from publishing tho roeult of tho pro hibition olectlon In Oraynon county un til April 21. This Ih dono to give tho attorneys time to perfoct an nppoal to (he supreme court. The case It now trntiRferrod to tho Deaumont trlct. Only ft Tew more days" and tho agony of nn elerttoneerlne comiwlt: will ho ovor. Until within the last few days tho rare has been run on rlonn, hlKh grado prlnclnles. Tho tin dorctirrcut which lias recently boon Htu. id, and which han rooeivod con dem hIon wliorever It him boon ln troducod, hiw mot with a rebuff which, will malorlally In'juro Kh proJqotorB and Dip entire polltlcol hcollnR brf. kb tic. FIRE AT CHtCKASHA. 't?M M 4 i MiirAiri PMJJU Ncoaaate City TfcVei. TOftffctih. L T Apr L Tie Batty MM! 1 1 tiwi, tbe lead- tog hot Of Cbirtrnimii. i f o'etocK. Lom SWjfML SSM. Tikt Batty cottar, axe irotactton tost x ga 7 kaj wBI bo TV RiijiiMMitHfc Cstjr Mi U tbe CmV-4 9tac u ithii ase A. K. JialtM; cbM ( J C Saatah: trauMrtr. Jbn (MM; BSt9 Oatttwi at J. I!. OaMbw; JVwtli im. rzaak Iwn W. K OKLAHOMA EOODUMO. Stottrr HtoVusan ReUirna lo TttUiy Before the Crsnd Jury. Oatket. Ofc, Aawfl 1- Out &au4c M P. Hiekaa of Par lor vh CWof Joatico Borfor Kturfcaoat teat Tkrs4ajr. 4 to earn that iOkwa to abow eao vkf k it ayt V eostoaaK tor SaMs to aaottr W. toe srooi Jary to ETt totctaaosr tat toe ktreottiav iIob C lkn txia vjn ekaxca. He 4?iar4 Ui ko14ge o toe latataoeo of fl4u or aM2uelset ior k to oott&otf is Oaaco y tetesraaa. Ob tate eootnry. Pro r& Hog AUor Vff MeOoare, lor oadk. today toott th4 Cut ke boM a. eoo veraottos vttk fPcjpao ortr tk trtiokoai at too XUm too attaei ot m loaood, o( Ttotos k to coaae to Oothrto ao4 aoM beoae arroatotf tor eotaaaot Jota DmhorA yj ao ioal ae t'o oo too cU'iot ekorsot tn a 'u'-Jber QKoaaloaU ay be ko4. Hi'-kaa appeared before tbo srao4 ;rr at trloe. bot ootbioe bod a)To oot rogmrdtoc tbo rerait. BeveraJ oewapaoor ropreotoUree were aJao before tbe groo4 )ry to ojr. foliwtog Htekaau. regarding lb iOTcoasotfoa. HtekaoM aaaoo tbo mioiat tbat Pfooorotlos AUorooy McOoir toM Ua tbat bio oeUee before tbo srauoi Jory wooM wroek tbo Wipotlfc party la Oklaboaoa. For tbte imam lUekaae oaM bo 4 aoc woat to appoar before tbe Jory. be ba4 oot oeauiod h. Spur of Frttco. TVsJeoo Tost. AjjTfl l Zlm Cald won, roc uy of Dntaat. I T.. bu unod the Xows at Mo, I. T. Ho was la D toon this sftonason to te- torost boataoas moo In aletag tbo peo ple of SUo tbeir Infloeace to aot a spur of tbo Frisco railroad bolit from tbe end of tbe Itatr eat-off to SUo. Tbe IlaUor ct-o3 conaeclo tbo Fris co main Use and the Arkassas and Choctaw, an east and west line, and Silo Is about two mftes from the north cmCflftue- cut-oft. MOII St'riek Near Vlnlta. Vlnlta, I. 'Ti'A'prH' The Vlnlta Oil and Oaa companydfoa struck oil in Un deep well nar this city of a good quality; tho oil IK being drawn out with water, and .a test of It has not been made as yet, but as Boon as fair samples can be had It will be testod. Tho company atrutk oil at a depth of 1.001 feet and the drilling will be con tinued to a still greater depth with the hope of finding a Rusher. Moot tne at Uahn's. 1.91 When the fraud and mismanagement In (be posiofllco department is remov ed tbero will be a splendid clause left to Inaugurate a 1-cent iwalage rate. With the president gone on a 11.000 mile trip. Alice llooeevelt in Porto Ulco ami Mrs. lloodevelt taking n yachting cruise with the children. cleaning at the White House can cer tainly proceed with nono to rooloet or bo molested. David II. Francis has declared that he Is not a enndidato for tho pros! doncy. Ho fools that' o'ny act of h!n looking In that direction would pos Blhly prujudlco somo peoplo against (ho World's Fair, of which ho Is pros Idont. Francle Is loyal to tho fair and his namo ns n posslhlo candidate may ho drop pod, oxcopt ns a spneo- nilor In dull t linos. Negro Won Prlie. New Haven, Conn.. April 1. W IMckene, colored, of Little Hock. Ark. won the Ton Hyek prise of $100 at tho annual Junior exhibition held tonight nt Collego etroet hall. The Judges Professors Olnrk, Porrln, Baldwin Hmory and Phelps of tho Ynlo faculty The award was not rooolvod with much enthusiasm. PIckons' subject wos "Hay Timo," and ho told of tho wrongs dono his race In tho West In. dlfw. This Is tho first timo In tlio bis. tory of Yalo that a negro has won nn Eu'iscrlho for tho Ardmorolte. I0WB k4 IM nil i . if apat- . . . HEWS OVER 'PHOMI. 9. W. Mly. wbo baa be oetto mek. to 3fJorti as bete-; beaoar today T aw Ordor of Aaeeric as re salMlummiot berolaot Tbe faiaaim at all booy ait fatmbsa; corn ptsojtfce-; ami settlmr; ready to paaot orxaoa. Cnha rr- Must of tb oaaiSDmoB of Urns ae- taoa ba dectsW o par be eatfle tax aad tara tbetkr oatUe tbe craoc PlUit Vrsley. Tbe hory aa tbo Major OCoett dor trtaj rotaaraed a rordlct of poOty tads aaondmc ami be wot -cfr M yoan. CHoeU. unto w a segro laaer. was cfaaraed with tbe of aaotbsr ama a r WyaaMrvd. Tbe alaoiflalor mnrdsr eaee oatted for trtel today. Work ia iruMiaaaai notdly oa tbe -yatot orks tower. It la aaready ieot kiih. two urtlo baefsac; Ma d. 0. P. nisTirbsaHox as boro. tram Artaaoro. , jliaaah Harrm died here mot saaJaL Mr. Pats m boro tram AMmoro r ios m if tbo Omtoby Pacfeteg ooaa- paay. Mrs. Joe Hoard, wbo baa oadto stefc. at rdpoitod as bmag some bettor. Jia Vaodordct baa i rosed from bor reeeart IBaoot. Durwood. One of tbe Arka aa ami Cmoctaw eofaeers otalod toot aigbt tbat traek Ujta?; tbat road woald be x omed tmaorrov at lodwood aad tbat tboy oaxiaoiod to aoadi Pi wood by !a tar day aigbt. . Cornith. Tbe ladtoa i-atiee aro expected here tonagbt to bogte tbe eoUectbm of tbo emtUo tax to this soctbm. Tbe 1 per oont toloetora were here yesterday. . .Tbe Hone Stealing Botaess. Tho Doraat News toforaM tbat R D. Brooks of Oarrta. I. T, wu la Doraatt yesterday tbe trail of somo tolea stock. He and a posse consl si tae A John lite . a brotber of R. W. H'-, d pttf marabi. at Antlers, BaaH Cly, Henry McDaaiela, Arthar apaaldlBg, ccooned ta captoriag K. J. Mora's stock tbat wars stotea from his 'farm T-wehw Mfle Pratrte last T aday aihL He aad ate poese bad uallotl tbo stock to a b e aboat four miles oast of 0 a "la way pooiofflce oa Caney creek aad were flxing to sur round tbe boa when the man who bad stolen Horn's boree aad mules came oa tbe road going to tbe hoooe. Tbo marshal for some reason did not call on tbe man to halt until be bad passed them, wbea tbe command was gtrea and tbe man ran, leering tho mo lee; the boom fired, the horse of tbe thief miring down, fell, when be took to the woods and auceeded In making bis escape. Tbe stock wad ?apturod, and tbe bouse was then stir rounded and an other roan was captured wbo Is sup posed to have alolon Brook's horses. Tho poese then took tbe captured man and stock to Antlers and U rooks came on to Fuhora on trail of his horses, at which place he heard of tbo i(rsee stolen from Horn. $300 to Cook a 30-Cent Steak. Trenton, N. J., April 1. Mrs. Ann Law of Spring street cooked a 30 cent steak this morning with a roll of greenbacks worth $100. Mrs. Law- was going to Philadelphia on a shop ping :ir, ami drew $300 from the bank. She laid the money, which was Inclosed In an envelope on a table In the sitting room. She decided to breakfast on steak before leaving home, and, gathering in a handful of paper, kindled a Are In the kitchen ato e. When the steak waa cooked It dawned on Mrs. Law's mind that she had used the greenbacks for kind ling. She gathered tho ashes and took thorn to tho mint In Phlladolphla to find out If sho could get her monoy back. Was He a Vanrant7 A woll dressed young man got off tho train at Fort Worth from Waco, aod lralng short of monoy ho tola- graphod his father In Wnco for monoyfl Ho was waiting for the tolegram at tho depot whon a policeman arreetod him and looked him up as a vagrant before tho young mnn had been In tho city four hours. Judge Stewart hold the caso over until this morning, after hearing the young man's Btatomont in nccordanco with tho nbovo. Wo think tho country Is coming to a i,rotty paes when a man cannot stop four hours In a city without bolng nr rested as a vagrant, and Is generally convlotod and put on the rooK'fdlO in tho ahsonco of monoy. You havo not got tho boat, of life until you have smoked a Lb'wVjurzon. 29-Ct. r catching aw edition. A nrprtrr Sert t Ort H! lrr mm tke Wlr. Xeert of tbe of a Ksramat oa the Otto itrer sawch td the oabre f a ritismsuj, paper caena; ma yt asm. Tbe etQr emV tar t a yova; repararr mat a aoawtth tor tbe fa. Tbe najcb Tmeptd toto aa adr a tmeh as tarj sma mar tasatil? tot at of tbe danr r aaVshs. WortTi Work teSt lb rtorr Ife tilil to tbe matt ami oawebt tbe arse woetward (knad rxpnt Wbro tbe trata bad ttarMdL be ted tbat it did not stop wltbta Mxty mUes ef bat doMtoadoaL A cnaiU i bsnt from a Pall man pv tor apprbed asm of tbe praj-ontt of a nbsifduit tbe tradav, i a few mes be repaired from tbe cosjc r to (top tbe train for bam. Ittoxamas tbe stattaa tote at aosbt. be atfted tbe teterapfa operator to reaaada aatU be istsanid. Tb be waked reeeral tsrftos . aot bK -Mory" aajd bmr rted bock to tbe atatton. oady to mad tbat tbe operator bad da-re-earoed. tov resmeet ami rtoaad tbe oBtoe. Ttaae was creeptoc toto tbe morsdatg beaar aad be bad tbe pro iptet of all bis work eomtag to ogbt k-cs h eajreil aa operator to get tbe story to has newtpopar oSee. He trassped at t tbe dart Tillage aad foamd tbat tbe of orator Hred seTeral mile away. UaaatmtbtatB? caoatry foil: eooM aot be IndutcJ (v rsvr tbemielres. nktof bard, tbe yeam? njvtrtrr traftrf back sod forth the platform ef tbe (tattoo. H addled acaiatt tbe etattoa be saw tbe steeping form of a trasop. He klefced tbe bobo aad of fered htm IS to make tbe trip for the operator. Tbe moo rat to bfci feet "Do y waat aa operatori" "Tee.' "Weil. I'm a bom. bat 1 was an operator. If yea e set Into tbat sta tion, I'M ead yoor rtoC, bat I won't tetaeb a deer or a window vayie".. K wfag tbat tbe newspaper wookl SMdiy pay damages, tbe reporter took a cwdpel, byoke tbe window and dare b4rl. W. Tbe tramp dieted off tbe ttery. aam It reached tbe oaaco ta Urne togotopreea. THE EARS. Larre earn die spins at tbe top. be long to per more aubnal than bn- lanna beinps-of low or debased mental standard tbe ears are targe and Cabby. Note those ef idiots. caeUtH, etc Bars In which tbe "bem" hi flat, as If smoothed down with a 13a tlrou. accom pany a vacHtaUHg xoiad and cokl, unro laaatlc dlspoMtloM. t When there is no lobe and tbe car widens from the bottom upward, tbe owner is of a 5el&h, cunning and re vengeful dtfKHtlon. Large rotiral ears with a neat "hern" around their border, well carved, not Cat, Indicate a strong will and a buir dog tenacity of jmrpose. When the ear is oral In form, with tbe lobe slightly but dLitlnctiy marked, it indicator for its ownor a lofty Ideal lty, combined with a morbidly Fenst tlre nature. The person who has an ear with a rounded, ovate top is almost without exception one with a placid disposition and a nature tbat pines to love and be loved In return. Slice That Sabalat on Scorpion. Among1' lhVueer forms of animal life that Inhabit Death valley Is a mouse that has acquired such a taste for Ecprjilons that they form Its entire bill of fare. Tbe scorpion carries Its furmid.ible armament In the end of Its slcs'icr, elongated abdomen In the shnpu of an exceedingly venomous. hoo);od sting. When disturbed. It ele vates this In the air and goes In search of Its disturber. Put It Is comparative ly slow In Its motions, while mice are proverbial for their quickness tbe world ovor. Tho mouse learned many gen erations ago where the scorpion cur ries its weapon, and when he meets It be leaps nt the uplifted olxlomon, taken off tho sting ut a single bite and pro ceeds to make a meal ot bis helpless prey. It Is supposed to bo the only un Imal that relishes scorpions. nnrnelic. A slmpli'. harmless and Infallible cure for earache Is effected by making a small fuiu.el of still paper and Kitturut ing u ball of cotton tbo size of a hick ory nut with chloroform and dropping it into tho funnel; place the small cud of the funnel In tho car, draw a long breath nnd then blow the breath Into the large end ot the funnel. Tho fumes of the chloroform are thus carried Into tbe car, and all pain ceases at ouce. Matte lllm Aahnnictl. Tho Chicago mnu had been talk'ug boastfully, after tho manner of hU epcclen, but the New York man took hltn down several pogs Vory neatly by observing: ".My dear sir. do you know that Chi cngo timo la actually oue hour slower than hov: iork timo?" As for tho Chicago man, he was cov' crcd with confusion and presently atolo away. Smart Sot. A lieu! Trouble, Cordelia I nm always worried Tfhou I nm buying now clothes. Cornelia-Why? Cordolla-Oh, I can't decide whother to look stylish and bo uniotnfort&blo or to bo comfortable and look u trlsut Conrlncoit, "A tjtcat deal mo7 bo said oa the subject." said tho nrolls ncraou. "That," cald tho weary author, "is the one point on whlh, yon hayo con vinced me." Wttsmugton star, ;Secret Secieties MASONIC. KntgeiU Templar. , Ardmore coaemaadory Jo. S M TORBETT. E. C. X. W. ROBERTS. Recorder. R. A. M. Ardmore cbaptor R- A. If. No. 11. Rogauar meet ing second Teday sight la each month at T:M o' clock. Masonic temple. O. H. BRUCE. H.P. M- MUXZBSHEDJER. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. ... . , a TT Aroaore wage i a. TS&. A. H. Kogaiar xaeewBg b OT before tbe fail raeea la A esch moo tb at 7:3 o'epxrk. MaaoaJe temple. A- IL PALMisK, W. M G. IL BRUCE, See. o. c. s. Ardaore chapter No. 70 0. E. S. has regular meoUag oa the alebt of the foorth Monday ia every mo 'fa at 7: 30 O'ClOCK MRS EVA SNYDER, W. H. D. T NISE:7T. Sec. ODD FELLOWS. Ardmore lodge No. 9, 1. O. O. F, meets every Tuesday night at Odd Fellows hall at T. iO ".clock. W C GARDNER, N. O. W T GARDNER. Sec. Encampment. lndlanoia Encampment . 10 I. O. O. F. meets every Friday night at Odd Fel lows hall at 7:30 o'clock. Wm DKVENY, Chief Patriarch. D T. NISBETT. Scribe. Rebekahs. Ardmore Rebekab lodge No. 20. I. O. O. F meets every Thurs day night at Odd Fel lows hall at 7:30 o' clock. MRS AGATHA DEVENY. N. G. D T NISBETT, lec. Canton. Canton, Ardmore No. 4, Patriarchs Militant. I. O. O. F.. has regular meet ing on first and third Monday nights In each month. D. T. NISBETT, Com. I. R. MASON, Clerk. K. of P. Myrtle lodge No. 7, Knights ut Pythias meet in Castle Hall. y every Thursday evening N. E. MARTIN, C. C FLEM DESKINS. K. ot R. & S. ELKS. B. P. O. Elks meot second and fourth Fri day in each month at , Elks hall, West Main street. J. C. GRAHAM. E. R. R. It. SENDERS. Sec. I. O. R. M. Washita tribe No. 33, Improved Order of Red men meets in Odd Fel lows" ball 'every Wednes day night at 7:30 o'clock D. T. NISBETT, Sachem. J5D SANULIN, U. 01 II. w. o. w. nr--i5 Ardmore Camp No. W5?jSd 33( Woodmen of the tWofWfr2ij World meets second -""SC."- and fourth Friday nlgbta in K. of P. hall J. N. MORGAN, C. C. ED 8ANDLIN. Clork. The Woodmen Circle meets every third Friday night and first Monday afternoon In the K. ot P. hall. MRS. I. R. MASON, Guard. MRS. H. P. EVETTS. Clork. Tho Modern Woodmen of America meot overy Monday night n the K. of P. hall. J. F. SON, V. C. ERl'.ETT DUNLAP, Clork. Lady Maccabees. Belle ot the Prairie hivo No. 1, Ladles of tho Maccabees mcotson tho flrat Wednesday af ternoon in each month In tho Odd Fellows hall. MRS. DORA NISBETT, Lady Commander. E. M. GOFF, Keeper of RecordB. MRS. CONFEDERATE VETERANS. John H, Morgan Camp, U. C. V., will hold Its regular meetings on tho second Sunday In oach month at tho city hall nt 3 o'clock p. in. All old goldlors Invltod. J. W. GOLLEDGIJ. Com. R. H. BRUCE, Adjutant. Retail Clsrks' Union. Local No. C35, R. C. I. P. A. meets second and fourth Monlay nUM in oach month. L. B. HORN. President E. O. MURPHY, Secretory. Tho nntlons pride, standard rotary shuttlo sowing machines, nt . WEEKS BROS'. Practical TInnors and Flurouers. When a woman suddenly resolves to walk a lot for exercise, It is a sign she has a now stilt or hat, V'lmmVv' Valilir ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. HtW By the People of Tishomingo for Her Beit Interests. Special Corrosp denco Tlsawtadauao. I. T.. April 1. Tbero waa o of tbo most thosiaatic mass mootian held tontojht for nominations of mayor and aMermon for the city of TUbomingo tbat it has ever beet tbe lot of your reporter to attend. la para nee to a call to the the cittooM to meet at Odd FeUowa ban. Km. O'Brtea ta tbe chtar. R. H. Simp ton, secretary.. H was voiced almost to a maa tbat the dty ahId aad mast be the sole owar of waterworks aad othor nfcosaary franchises, and a fall list of officers were nominated on tbat platform and all pledged them- tre to be directed by the voice ot tbo people regardless of politics. Rem bBcaas aad Democrats repre sented either ticket aad pledged thorn- wives to work shoulder to shoulder for tbe good aad welfare of TUborsta- no aad bor people. imr Advertisements under this head will be received at the rate of five (5) cents per llae. No advertisement rcelved for lets tbaa fifteen (IS) cents. Special monthly rates fur nished on application, ine nouce may contain any matter of "Lost," "Found," "For Rent," "For Sale," "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpose without display lines. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms near Cumberland Prcsbytorlaa church. Mrs. W. M. Robinson. 2C-tf. FOR RENT Nice suit of office rooms. Apply R. W. Randol. 24-tf LOST. LOST ON C street a book, "In His Steps," by Sheldon. Finder please leave at oil mill. . 1-2. CHURCH SOCIETIES. Tho Parsonage and Home Mission Society of the Broadway M. E. church meots tho first and third Tuesdays of oaoh month at the parsonage. MRS. HESTER WOLVERTON. President. Tho Foreign Missionary Society of tho Broadway M. E. church meets tho first Thursday of oach month. MRS. T. K. KEARNEY, Pres. The Epworth Senior Leaguo of tho Broadway M. E. church moots overy Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at tbo city hall. PROF. HUMPHREYS, Pros. Tho Epworth Junior Leaguo of tho Broadway M. E. church meets every Sunday afternoon at the parsonage at 3 o'clock. i The Aid Society of tho First Pres byterian church mecta the second aad fourth Tuesdays of each month with somo member of tho society. MRS. MAGGIE FOSTER, Pres. Tho Homo and Foreign Missionary Society of tho First Presbyterian church meets tho first and third Tues days of each month with some member of tho society. MRS. JOSE CARR, Pres. Tho Aid Society of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church meets everv Tiipr. day with ono of tho members. MRS. H. L. POTTERF, Pros. Tho Aid Society ot the Christian church meets every Tuesday with ono of tho members. MRS. WARREN, Proa. TASTES GOOD TheDrinhThey in; t. - lie flaw Mti It HlvnisPopobr Our Label on Every BolHe. AbDMOHB PIBTBICT Artesian Mfg. Bottling Cu., Proprietors ST. L0Uia-DAI.LA8-WACO.