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At tho Fine Stock Shota held hero thin week 230 entries wero made and tho list of nwards follows: Hereford!. Best bull, 3 years old and oven Beau Lamplight, Rhorao, 1st; Ike, 116 ben, 2nd; Pcrclval, Ilhomo, 3rd. Best hull, 2 years and undor 3. Warlor 8Ui, lloben, 1st; DoWcll, Ho bon, 2nd; Warrior Cth, W. 8. & J. IJ. Ikard, 3rd. Best bull, 1 year and under 2. Royal Chase, Husscll, 1st; Jerry, Ho ben, 2nd; Edison, Ilhomo, 3rd. Best bull calf. nhomo, 1st; Hobcn, 2nd; Iknxd, 3rd. Best cow, 3 years and over. Amor lean Poppy, Ikard, 1st; Bright Maid, BJiomo, 2nd; Gypsy Iady, Hobnn, 3rd. Boot cow, 2 years and under 3. Lady Donna, Ikard, 1st; Verdi, Rhomc, 2nd; May Bloom. Ikard, 3rd. Best heifer, 1 year and undor 2. Alllso 3rd, Husscll, 1st; Sunburst, Ilhome, 2nd; Katlo 2nd, Husnoll, 3rd. Best heifer calf, C months and un dor 1 year. Starlight, Ilhomo, 1st; Yctlne, Ikard, 2nd; Lnsslo Indlanola, Ilhome, 3rd. BcBt hull and four females. Beau lamplight, Bright Maid, Yerdlo, Dul cona Rhome, 1st; Warrior, Ctli Ar mour Poppy, Gertie, Lady Donno, May Bloom Ikard, 2nd. Best young herd, 1 bull and four fo males undor 2 years. RubscII, 1st; Ilhomo, 2nd; Ikard, 3rd. Best four get of bull, Ilhomo 1st; Husscll 2d; Ikard 3d. Junior sweopstakes Best bull two years bid and under, Itoyal Chose, Husscll 1st. Best 2, product of 1 cow. Hobon, 1st; Ilhomo, 2nd; Ikard, 3rd. Senior Sweepstakes. Best bull, 2 years and ovor. Ilhomo, 1st, Senior sweopstakes Best cow two years and over, Armour Poppy, Ikard let. Junior Bwcapstakcs Best cow un dor two years, Starlight, nhomo 1st. Grand champion sweopstakes (bull) Beau Lamplight, nhomo, 1st Grand champion sweepstakes (cow) Amwlcnn Poppy, Ikard, 1st. Walks Without Crutches. I was' much afflicted with sciatica, writes Ed C. Nud, of Iowavillo, Sedg wick Co., Kan., "going on crutchos and Buffering a deal of pain, I was Induced to try Ballard's Snow Llnl mont, which "relieved mor I' used threo 50c bottles. -It Is tho greatest liniment I over usod; havo recom mended It to a' number of persons, all express thomsolvcs as bolng ben oflttod by U. I now walk without crutches, ablo to porforra a great doal of light labor on tho farm," 2Cc, COq and $1 at W. B. Frame's. A. & C. EXCURSION RATES. General assembly of tho Cumber land Presbyterian church at Nashville Tenn., May 18 to 20. llato $23.70. Southern Baptist convention and nuxlllary soclotlcs, Savannah, Ga., May 2 to 4. Ilato $33.70. Annual mooting Travelers' Protoc tlvo Association, Indianapolis, Ind., Juno 7, 8 and 9. Hato $27.95. W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket AgL To the People of Ardmore. If you will lot mo soil your second hand goods I will como to your Iioubo after ,thcm and soil thorn at auction and mako you good monoy by so do ing. H. D. ROGERS, City Auctioneer. Dili nmmmlnntro nnnlni'ii un Tin v. a. h .j.. ... iv no. l,u yourself, Hays Emoruon. ami you bo uwtur un iuttrBuuiuu. "Mo no thatt mtmrns says the wmtj( Dr. Caldwell's (Laxiktlve) Syrup Pepsin - 'cause brother and I like It It's so good." Mrt. C. Flirty tW3 W.M(tnStrttr Dtcatur.lll.,v.rittt: 'Gentlemen: My little rlrl, ac-J eight inpnthi. hid been troubled allies birth with conttlpatlon, and reading of jonr Ttlanbl medicine 1 coneladed to try Hi end I can recommend It highly to mothere for tmmedlMe relief. , Only two fifty-tent bottlei cured my baby." rOVR DRVCGtST JZLLJ IT, If he doesn't, write m far a f re eimpU and our book ot tetllmonlali, Pepsin Syrup Company Montlccllo.lllinolc General yungI lU deAd. Was One' of" the Real Rulers ' of tlte Chinese Empire. Pckln, April 13. Yung Lu, tho con troller of flnanco and first grand sec retary, Is dead. Yung Lu was a Manchu and at the time of tho beginning of tho Boxer outbreak was viceroy of tho province of Po Chi L1 and genonvllastmo of tho Chinese army. Ho obtained his tltlo of generalissimo as a roward for crushing the reform party In China. Yung Lu was sold to bo tho real au thor of tho anti-foreign outbreak In Pokln and Tien Tsln, and ho com manded tho best disciplined troops which opposed tho allies. This fact was recalled by forolgnors, when, In 1001, ho was awarded tho two-eyed peacock fcathor "for protecting for eigners ngolnst tho Boxers." Yung Lu's death removes tho great est power In tho government of China, except tho dowagor empress, and ma ny think that tho dowager empress was undor his domination. Wlillo out wardly friendly to foreigners, slnco ho returned to court, thoro Is reason to bollovo that Yung Lu was really mora bitter against them than when ho was ono of tho leaders of tho Box- ors. Ills death was duo to his refusal to consult a foreign physician In ox tromo danger. A Sweet Breath Is a never falling sign of a healthy stomach. When tho breath Is bad tho stomach Is out of order. Thoro Is no remedy In tho world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Curo for curing Indigestion, dyspopsla and all stomach dlsordors. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of White Plains, Ky., writes: "I havo been a dyspep tic for years trlod all kinds of reme dies, but continued to grow worse. By tho uso of Kodol I began to lm provo at once, and after taking a few bottles am fully restored In weight, health and strength, and can cat whatever I llko. Kodol digests what you eat and makes tho stomach sweet. City Drug Store Warning Order. In tho United .States Court In tho In dian Territory, Southern District. Justin T. Nowlcs plaintiff vs. Emma Nowlc8, defendant. No. 5,553. Tho defendant Emma Nowlcs Is warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff Justin T. Nowlcs.. Witness, Hon. Hosea Townsond, Judgo of said court and tho seal 'there? of this Cth day of April, 1903. C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. F. E. Hlddlo, Attorney. D. E. Crutcher, Atty for Non-Hcsl dent Defendant. First published April C, 1903. Farms Wanted. Wo won to buy farms. Wo havo Choctawa who wish to tako tholr al lotments In Chlckn3aw nation. Seous at once, as land olllco opens April 15, when all citizens holding land In ex cess of their allotment and all non citizens holding lands at all will havo to glvo them up, and this year's rents will also bo lost to them. Tako no chances If you want to savo something out of your farms. 20d&wtt HOUERTS, POLAND & BRUCE. Nothlno Better for Supper. Hot bread and rolls ovcry evening nt Sploglo's Bakery. 2C-tf. You Know What You Are Taking When you tako Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because tho formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showing that It Is simply iron and quinine In a tasteless form. No cure uo pay. BOo. Ardmorelte'a Traveling. Agents. Tho following nro tho travollng rep resentatives of tho Dally nnd Weokly Ardmorelto, who aro nuthorlzod to so licit and recolpt for subscriptions and advertisements for olthor publication. J. W. Smith, WPilo Konnedy, K. C. Tuchor, J. O. Spreckolmoyor and J. F. EnBloy. SIDNEY SUGGS, Pub. EpIgraniB nro always hateful to thoso who cannot mako a point In n volume. To Advertlso the Great Southwest. Farmers, farmers' wlvos and daugh tors, school toachors, doctors, clergy men, morchants In smaller towns, any cltlzon who has something to say, aro Invited to wrlto letters and longer ar ttclOH about a locality In which they Hvo in tho SouthwoBt. Tho territory Includes Arkansas, Arizona, Indian Torrltory, Southorn Missouri, Now Mexico nnd Texas. Premiums that mako It an objoct nro offorod, n sot for oach stato and territory. Pull particulars of tho con dltlons of tho contest and a list of the prizes and awards will bo sent uopu application to J. W. STEELE, Commissioner Colonization Agoucy, Columbia Theater ,Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 13-tf. The Best Prescription, for Malaria CblllB and fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Toule. It la Blmply Iron and quinine In a ta"stelefl'form".Np curo no pay. Price 25c. Ico for sale at Spleglo's, 12-lni LIFE AT WEST POINT. At Exninyln of Ilovr liit dn'A'tm Are"' 3lnle to Koonomlie, , Tho cadcU at the Military ncademy nt West Point nro not favored us are often the studr-nt In colleges nml uni versities who have wealthy imtvnts thnt In, they nre not furnished with an unlimited amount of cash to buy "ex tras" for rooms, clothes and luxuries. All tho cadets stand on the same foot ing nnd receive $.KX) a year, plus the commutation of rations amounting to flOO.RO a year. However, with proper economy this yearly allowance Is sum clout for tho support of n cadet. Tho army cadet who book to the Mili tary academy with spendthrift habits soon receives n decided nnd severe Check. A ah ImtHiieo. n ruder gome time n go went to the xuporlntenileut for an onlvr fur four slurtH. but the superintendent peremptorily refused to give lib approval The young tuuti was sorely lu need, nnd he attempted to convince bis superior of the fact. The latter took up the 'inlet's account 1 -ok and perusing It a couple of moments threw It back to 1:1m. faying, "I havo no doubt you are lu great need of these shirts or you would not present this or der, but you are li. debt, nud there's no excuse for you " Tho young cadet With tears starting lu his eyes nnd u trembling voice, responded: "But, colo nel, I niu nl most destitute of changes of clothing. 1 have only one shirt to my back, and that Is a fttlguu Jacket." The colonel wn Immovable nud sim ply said as he dlftmtsftcd the cadet from his presence. Well. Mr , I would ndvlso you to wear that f.itlgue Jacket until you got out of debt, but be en re ful Unit you can pass muster at the In spection." New York Tribune. "Olvr lllm (l.r Suck." Two noblemeu lu tho reign of Maxi milian II. ouc a German, tho other a 8panlard who bad each rendered a great service to the emperor, asked the hand of his. daughter In marriage. Maximilian said that, as he esteemed them both alike, it was Impossible to choose between them, nnd therefore their own prowess must decldo It; but, being unwilling to risk tho loss of ei ther by engnglng them In deadly com bat, be ordered a largo suck brought nud declared that be who should put his rival Into It should have bis fair Hclcnn. And this whimsical combat was actually performed lu tho presence of tho Imperial court nnd lasted an hour. Tho unhappy Spanish nobleman wns first overcome, and tho German succeeded In euveloplug him In the sack, took him upon his back and laid him nt tho emperor's feet. This comlcn! combat Is snld to he the origin, of the phrase "Give him the sack" so common In the literature Of courting. A Soldlrr'a Strnnue Drntli, I find the following singular Incident In the old Atlnntn Intelligencer: "After the tight near Drcwry's bluff on .Monday last n surgeon who was searching the Held for tho wounded, that he might administer to their needs, observed a In. in In a kneeling position, with his gun to his shoulder pointed to the front, his left eye closed and lim ing all the appearance of llle. Uku examination he was found to be dead, n ball having passed through his brain ot tho moment when, resting on his left knee, he had taken sight nt the foe. It Is very rcuinrknhlc that, so rigid was the corpse, some force win required to remove tho gun from his grasp. Ho proved to be a member of the Twenty ninth Virginia regiment of Infantry." Atlanta Constitution. Odd Ilrtlnttlona. "Amusing aud ridiculous answers to examination questions arc fairly com mon lu graded public schools every where, I suppose," said a teacher nt a public Institution for the higher educa tion of tho colored race, "but an ox ample recently handed lu by a girl nt least eighteen years of.nge surpasses anything of this kind I have heard yet. "Being required to define the word 'tithe' and eomposo a sentence show ing its use, her paper read: 'Tithe, something that binds, love, .friendship. Blest be the tithe that binds.'" . "A scarcely less amusing nnswbr was given by another pupil: . - "Upbraid, to braid up. Sho up braided her hair. To lift up. Thoy upbraided tholr 1ioro who was dead with their bayouoU.' " Simill, but Perfect. . In sour paste, vinegar, the meltlof a codfish, or oven lu water In which' de cayed vegetnblos have been Infused, tho microscope reveals animalcules (little animals) so small that millions of them would not equal n common grain of wheat lu bulk. And yet nnturo with singular prodigality has supplied many of these minute creatures with organs as complete and perfect ns those of n whale or an elephant. In n single ounce of such matter there nro more living creatures than there nro human beings on tho face of tho globe! There Are ISxceptluna. "Do you mean to say," sho Inquired Indignantly, "that there never was a woman who could keep a secret?" "Oh, not at all." he protested earnest ly. "To the contrary, thero wns Lot's wife, who never up to tho preseut day has revealed what she saw wheu sho stopped to take n farewell glance nt tho town sho was leaving." Syracuse Herald. Hon..- Comfort. Bigg Yes, sir. Sad case. Man who built this Iiouho of mine Just got It fin ished when he died. r WIrk Well, It might have been worse. He might havo had to Hvo In It Town aud Country. ' Jio fewer than thirty languages are spoKcn in tue uaucasus. i.uo innnoii' ants nro Russians, Armenians, Tnrtnrs, Georgians nud divers Mohammedan tribes. Short jonrnejs to Northern lake resorts will be more popular this summer than ever. Many have already arranged their summer Umrt via CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST, PAUL RAILWAY - and many more nre goinuto do likewise. Booklets that will help you to plan your vacation trip have been issuedj'for those intended, aud will be sent on receipt of pottage, as follows: "In Lakeland" and Summer Homes," Gc. "Lake Okobojl and Spirit Lake," 4o. M. 343 Miln Street. Aiyp CADP wiij-s a rx i a- a IO- Southen Baptist Convention, Savannah, Oa. May 7-1, 1903. Oeneral Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian Chuich, Nashville, Tern , May 31-24, 1903. ONE CENT A MILE. Confederate Veterans Reunion, New Orleans, La., flay 19-33,1903 ALL VIA COTTON BELT ROUTE For Full Information Regarding Kater, Schedule, Limits, Uxtenslon Privileges, Through Service, Ask lAnyCotton Belt Man. ' OR ADDRESS T. P. LITTLE, I'aaacntfcr Agir.t Corslcaca .1). M. MORGAN. T. P. A i Fort Worth. A. 5. WAOriBB, T. P. A. Waco, t4 JOHNF.LUHA.Nn, Qen. Freight & Pass. Agt. TYLER, TEXAS. - - - - - - - - - - - - Mrs. Laura S. Webb, ) Vlee-ProlHtnt of Women's Democratic dubs ol Northern Ohio. FPlHEKE AKE MANY I I I sickly women bc I 1 tween tho ages of 46 and 55, but thcro oxo very few Invalids over 66 and CO years of ago. The change of llfo coming to a woman near her forty fourth ycar cither makes her an invalid or gives Mr: Laura her a now lcaso on llfo. Thoso who meet this change in ill health sel dom livo ten years afterward, whilo a woman who lays asido tho active duties of womanhood ia health sel dom fails to livo on in happiness, years alter sho has passed 00. This is truly a critical time. Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo, Ohio, recognizes the change ot llfo as a dangerous period nnd she also has faith in Wine of Cardul. She writes j "As I hid always been troubled more or less at the menstrual period, I dreaded WINEofCARDVI SANTA FE EXCURSIONS. St. Louis, Mo. Dedication Ccrc- monios Louisiana Purchaso Exposition April Cfi, 20, 27, 28, 29 and 30. Annual mooting Travolors' Protect- lvo association, Indianapolis Inu., June 7. S and 0. Rate, $29.70, Toxas Lumbormon'B Association, Galveston, Toxas, April 12 and p. Itnte, $17.05. Grand Amorloan. Handicap, Kansas City, Mo., April .12 nnd 13. Hates $1G.G0. Horso Show, Fort Worth April US iPd 29. Pnto ?33.G. , Southern Baptist Convent'ou Savan nah, Gn.,' May 2, 3 aud I. Ruto $33.95. Norman, Ok. Annual encampment Q. A. K. of Oklahoma May 18 to 21. Rate $2.45. New Orleans, Ln. United Confed erate Veterans' Reunion May 17 and 18. Itato $12.05. Annual mooting American Medical Association at New Orleans', f li., $19.05. Dates of salo May i,'2 and 3. Limited to ten days. National Association of MRster Plumbers ot tho'TJnlted States. San Francisco, Cal., $45. General assembly Presbyterian church ot tho United States ot Ameri ca, Los Angolo?, Cal, $45. Dates for salo May 3, 12th and 18. Limited to return July 15 , W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agent ' , Charter Oak stoves for fltty'-tbreo years tho standard. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. F. SMITH, Commciclal Agent, DALLAS, TEXAS. 1 DIIIC CO oe J j pJiJ w - - t c 4 the change of life which was fast approaching, while vis iting v'lth a friend I noticed that sit: was taking your wlne of Cardul, and she was to enthusiastic about it that I decided to try a' bottle. I ex perienced some relief the first month, so I kept on taking it for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take it o(f and on now S. lFVtt. until I have passed the climax. I do not dread it now, as I am sure that your Wine of Cardul will be of great benefit at this time." Wine ot Cardul is tho remedy to re-lnf orco a woman against tho shock that comes with tho change ot life. It re-establishes healthy function!! after years of suffering. In doing this it has saved thousands of suf ferers just in time. Do not wait until suffering is upon you. Thor ough preparations should bo tuado in advance licgin tho Wlno of Cardul treatment today. A million suffering women havo found relief, In Wmoof Canlui." liEST PASSfeHGER Stlib T A- IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4- NO TltOUCLC TO ANSWCR UUCDTIONE. Superb Pullman Vestidoi.:? sleepers, Handsome Reclining Chair Car: (SEATS FREE) X THROUGH TRAINS. T5 WITH fast mornlnsr an, trains to St. Loulo and ti, E WITH Pullman Sloopor h book Ocurrltt seat Coach s (without chanuo) ta.IJO' d, dally. ' ' Dl -1MB WITH hnndoomo now Chn. cr3 mroucrn (witnout cmmiip) J u to 8c. Louis, Momphlu imd 1 X't. WILY LINE) WITH a eavlnc of 1 a hou . . to California, ONLY LINE! WITH Tourist IMnonn Cora, soml-woociy, throunlt (ivlw.on chanso) to San Francjacu.. J.SK FOR SCHEDULES OF OUTt 1NCOM PAnhDUE TRAINS, KB A LLP ' ve'.'. turner, oalls. tcx "CANNON AND CHURCH SOCIETIES. Tho Parsonage and Homo Mlssloni Society of tho Uroadway M. E. church' moots tho first and third Tuesdays of oach month at tho parsonago. MltS. HESTER WOLVBKTON, President Tho Foreign Missionary Society of tho Broadway M. E. church mootB tho" first Thursday, of each month. . MRS. T. K. KEARNEY, PrCaJ ; Tho Epworth Senior Lcaguo of the- Droadway M. E; church moot every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at tho- city hall. PP.OF. HUMPHREYS, Pros. Tho Epworth Junior Lcaguo of"tho' Broadway M. E. church meets overy Sunday afternoon at tho parsonago at. 3 o'clock. Tho Aid Society of tho First Pres byterian church meets tho second and fourth Tuesdays of each month with somo member of tho society. MRS. MAGOIE FOSTER, Pres. Tho Homo and Foreign Missionary Society of tho First Presbyterian church meets tho first and third Tues days of each month with somo member of tho society. MRS. JOSE CARR, Pres. Tho Aid Society ot tho Cumberland Presbyterian church meets every Tuos-r day with ono of the members. MRS. H. L. POTTERF, Pres. Tho Aid Society of the Christian. church meots overy Tuesday with one of tho mombers. MltS. WAItREN, Pres. Tho Christian Endeavor of tho Chris tian Church meets every Sunday af ternoon at 3 o'clock. ERRET DUNLAP. Pres. Tho Aid Society of the Central Bap tist church meets every Tuesday at Z o'clock with ono of Its mombers. MRS,, BRUCE, Pres. Tho B. Y. P. U. of tho First Baptist church meets ovcry Sunday afternoon at tho church. MISS DAISY NICHOLS, Pres. Tho L. T. L'8 meots every Sunday afternoon from 3 to 4 at tho First Pres byterian church. MISS MAUD TENNERY, Pres. Tho Lnfllna' Aid Qnnlniv nr t.n vtnt Baptist cuhrch weets with tho mem bers each week. MRS. HEATH Preu. The Benevolent Society meets evory Thursday from 3 to 5 with ono of tho . members. MRS. J. W. GOLLEDOE, Pres. LITERARY SOCIETIES. Tho Ladles ot tho Leaf meet every Monday from 3 to 5 o'clock with a member of tho society. Thoy are biuuying American History and havo for their special work this "year '"$hi Found of tho Library In tho Public Schools." MRS. H. C. POTTERF, Pres. Tho Orlos meet every Friday from 3 to 5 o'clock with membors of tho so ciety. Thoy nro stmlvlnir ShnV.. pearo, with otfler authors, nnd havo for their Bpeclal work tho founding of a Young Men's Reading Room ln Ard more. MRS. E. n. pirmr Pa Chamber of Commerce committee. Finance J. A. Blvena. C. L. Andir- son, J, A. Madden. V juunuiaciuring ana mercantile In forests C. R. ones, J. R. Pennington. n. 1 K. P. Campbell. Public hlgnways Max Wcathclmer. L. B. Roberson, W. S. Wolverton, A H. Palmer, H. H. Pennington. Advertising Slg Simon. T. N. Cole man, Orln Redflnld- Railroads, etc W A. Lcdbettor. F. M. Gates, John L. Gait, W. F. Whit iington, C. L. Herbert. Agriculture J. B. Boone. John F. Easloy, J. S. Mullen, M. Munzeshelmer, Membership C. L. Byrne. R. W. Dick, Don Lacy. Entertainments John L. Gait. A. V. Doak, E. W. Roberts. House R. w. DIek, W. A. Wolver ton, A. C. Young. Arbitration C. L. Herbert. Leo Cruco, D. E. Allen, W, P. 'Poland, J. D. Spraglns. SIDNEY SUGGS, Pres.' C. L. BYRNE, Sec'y. Board of Health. Dr. J. W. Motfett, city physician; Dm. S. S. Carr, J. W. Smith, Walter Hardy: Mayor R. W. Dick The Ardmoreite Official Journal of the Chickasaw ; Stockmen's Association.