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MA80NIC.
KnlahU Templar.
Anlmoro commanaery nu.
6 ,K. T. mecta first Monday
Id evory montb.
8. M. TOIUJBTT, E. C.
E, W. ROBERTS. Recorder.
R. A. M.
Anlmoro chapter R. A.
M. No. 11. ReRUlar meet
Idr aecond Tueday night
In each month at 7:30 o'
clock. Masonic temple.
O. H. BRUCE. H.P.
M. MUNZE8HEIMBR,
Secretary.
A. F. and A. M.
Ardmoro lodge No- 31 A- F.
& A. M. Roirular meeting on
or before the full moon In
each month at 7:30 ocick.
Masonic temple.
A. II. PALMRU, W. M
0. II. BRUCE, 8ec.
O. C. 8.
Ardraoro ehantor
No. 70 O. K. S. has
regular meeting on
the night of the
fourth Monday In
every month at 7:
30 o'clock.
MRS. BVA SNYDER, W.M.
T. NI8BETT, Sec.
ODD FELLOWS.
Ardmoro lodgo No, 9,
I. O. O. F., meets every
Tuesday night at OM
Follows hall at 7. i0 o.clock.
W. 0. GARDNER, N. 0.
W. T. GARDNER. Ste.
Encampment.
Indlanola Encampmont
10 I. O. O. F. mecta every
Friday night at Odd Fol
lows hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Win DRVENY,
Chief Patriarch.
D. T. NI8BETT. Scribe.
Rebekaht.
Ardmoro Rebekah
lodgo No. 20, I. O. O.
F. meets ovory Thurs
day night at Odd Fel
lows hall at 7:39 o'
clock. MRS. AGATHA DEVENY, N. O.
D, T. NISBETT, ,2oc.
Canton.
Canton. Ardmoro No. 4, Patriarchs
Militant. I. O. O. F., has regular moot-
Ing on first and third Monday nignis
in each month.
D. T. NISBETT, Com.
I. R. MASON, Clerk.
K. of P.
Mvrtlo lodgo No. 7,
Knights of Pythias moot
In Castlo Hall.
every Thursday evening
N. E. MARTIN. C. C.
FLEM DESKIN8,
K. of It. & S
ELK8.
IJ. P. O. Elks moot
socond and fourth Frl
day in each month at
Elks hall, West Main
strcoL
J. C. GRAHAM, 13. R.
R L. SANDERS. Sec.
I. O. R. M.
Washita trlbo No. 33
Imprqvod Ordor of Red
.moo moots in Odd Fel
lows' hnll ovory Wednes
day night nt 7:ao ociock
D. T. NIolllSTT,
Sachem
ED BANDL1N, C. of R.
w. o. w.
Ardmoro Cntnp No,
.ri, Woodmen of tho
iWorWcay World moots sticoiid
-""Cu nnd fourth Friday
nights in K. or I', hall
J. N. MORGAN, C. C
ED SANDI.IN, Clerk.
The Woodmen Circle
moots ovory third Friday night nnd
first Monday nfiomoon In tho K. of
P. hall. MRS. I. R. MASON, Guard
MRS. II. P. HVKTTS. Clork.
Tho Modem Woodmen of America
moot ovory Monday night In tho K. of
r. ha'l. J. F. SON, V, a
EltltETT DUNLAP, Clork.
Lady Maccabees.
Bollo of the Prnlrio
hlvo No. 1, Ladles of
thoMnccabeos meets on
tho first Wednesday nf-
tcrnoon In each month
In tho Odd Follows hall
MRS. DORA NISBETT,
Lady Commaudor.
MRS, E. M. GOFF.
Keeper of Rocords.
Retail Clerks' Union.
Local No. C3C, R. C. I. P. A. moots
second and fourth Momlny nights in
each month.
L. B. HORN, PreeldenL
13. G. MURPHY, Secretary.
Foloy'e Kldnoy Curo. It tnkon In
tlmo, affords security from all kldnoy
nmU'bladdor dlsoasos. Sold by Bon
nor & Bonnor.
Harvest Begins In May
in Texas. Tako ndvautago of tho low
rato oxcurcions on tho first and third
Tuesdays of each month and boo tho
wonderful rosourcos, tho crops and
conditions In tho Lono Star stato.
"Texas" a Hl-pago book, Ailed with
facts and figures, brimful with Infor
mation will bo sent frco by address
ing , "KATT,"
402 Walnwrlght, SL Louis,
Buz-Buz. Ziz-Ziz!
Laidlaw Can Stop all of This,
Warning Order.
In Iho United States Court In tho In
dlan Territory, Southern District
Justin T. Nowles plaintiff vs. Emma
Nowlcs, defendant. No. 5.5D3.
Tho dofendaht Emma Nowles Is
warnod to appear In this court In thir
ty clays and answer tho complaint of
Uio 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.
V, B. Riddle, Attorney.
D. E. Crutchcr, Atty for Non-Rosl
dont Defendant.
First published April C, 1903.
You get moro for your money In
heating and cook stoves at Spraglns'
than any other place. Ho sells tho
Lcador and tho Garland. Can you
think of better stoves?
Smoko Hardlo's Eldo Cc cigar.
lC-lm
I'Irst-claas flro-proot paint for boiler
fronts, sraoko stacks, onglncs, etc,
Tho best nnd cheapost on tho market.
M. W, Jonos, at Jonos' Machlno Shop,
C-tf.
Stato of Ohio, City of Tolodo, Lucas
County.
Frank J. Chcnoy makes oath that
ho Is senior partnor of tho firm of
F. J. Chonoy & Co., doing business
In tho City of Toledo. County and
Stato aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and ovory caso of
catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho
uso or IJall B Catnrrh euro.
FRFANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
In tny presence, this Gth day of Do
comber, A. D. 188C.
(Seal.) A. W. OLEASON.
Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Intern
ally, and nets directly on tho blood
ami mucous surfacos or tho systam,
So ml for testimonials frco.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills nro tho host.
It Is tnkon for grantod that Presi
dent Hoosovolt Is taking as much In
terest In canyons this wook as ho
will tnko In Spoakor Cannon when
congross nsHomblos.
A Chattanooga Druggist's Statement.
Robt. J. Mlllor, proprlotor of tho
Read House Drug Storo, ot Chattnn
oon, T01111., writes: "There Is moro
morlt In Foloy'H Honey and Tar than
In any other cough syrup. Tho calls
for It multiply wonderfully and wo
sell more of It than all other cough
syrups combined. Sold by Bonnor &
Bontior.
To mnko your homo aompleto and
your kitchen nunt and comfortable
you need only a Garland stove.
J. B .SPRAGINS & CO.
Charter Oak Btovcs for fifty-three
years tho standard.
WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO.
Bq sure to attend tho B. Y. P. U. so
cial nt the home of Mr, and Mrs. A
Nichols Thursday nlghL 15tf
Beauty and Strength
nro dealrablo. You 'are strong and
vigorous when your blood la yura.
Many nay, most womon fall to
proporly tllgostMholr food, and bo bo
como palo, sallow, thin and weak,
while tho brightness, freshness and
beauty ot tho skin and cmploxlon do
part. Remedy this unpleasant ovll
by eating nourishing food and tak
ing a Binall doso of Horblno after each
meal to digest what you havo caton.
60c, at W. U. Framo's.
Tho Mitchell Wagon Is tho "Mon
arch ot the road."
WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO.
EH
lfi I rPlaW- jJmB
UNION STORES.
The following named establishments
having complied with tho require
ments necessary to becomo union
stores aro hereby declared such, and
all union men are requested to give
them preferenco in their patronage:
Org Goods.
SIR Simon Co.
Weiss Bros.
Y. B. Yynn.
Sass & Crawford.
Cincinnati Raeket Store.
Madden, Sykes & Co.
Farthing & Cooner.
Ed Ringer.
Burton-Peol Dry Goods Co.
J A- Loatherwood.
Baltimore Raokst Store.
J. E. Hamilton.
R. Lowenstein.
J. N. Barral.
O. L. Dennes.
Randol-Banke Merchandise Co.
Nickel Store
Groceries.
J. B. Smart.
C. Crosby.
A. F. Jones.
J. A. SklpworUi.
W. A. Payne.
M. T. Fetter.
W. C. Kendall & Co.
Furniture.
A. C. Young.
C. R. Jon os.
Hardware.
Williams, Corhn & Co.
Weeks Bros.
Tho abovo list will bo revised bb
ofton as it becomes nocessary.
E. G. MURPHY, Sec.
26-tf. Local No. C35, R. C. I. P. A.
THIS IS IT.
CALIFORNIA
It's the Switzerland of America"
and the Balmiest CJimate
on Earth.
Commencing Mrrch 9th, 1903,
will Bell one-way tourist tickets to
CALIFORNIA COnHON POINTS
POR
:$25
with privilege of
stopover at many
points In California
For further particulars seeneente
or address
W. S. KEENAN, Q. P. A.,
GALVESTON. TEXAS.
Hot Ike Qeese tat Saved Dome,
BUT
BREAD THAT MADE ARDMORE FAMOUS,
is the kind tho Ardmore
Steam Roller Bakery
raises.
Others may claim as
Rood, but uone aspire to
bettor baking than our
steam rolled bread.
J. H. SPIEGLE'S
Steam Roller Bakery,
Ardmore, - - Ind. Tct.
Dedication Ceremonies
St. Louis, Mo.,
April 30th to May 2nd, 1903.
i Tickets on sale April 25th to
30th inclusive at lowe rato of One
First-class fare plus $Ii 00
For The Round Trip.
Good for re'uru uutil May 4,
1UU3. For
Troops, State Malltla
and Bands In Uniform
25 people or more a rate of one
cent per mile will be made.
Further information will be
cheerfully ctven by any Frisco
System Representative or tho
undersign.
A, HILTON, U. P. DUNN;
Oen'l Pns5. Act. Dlv. Pass.Act.
St. Louis, Mo Wichita, Itan
the most healing calve In tho world.
PRtFESSftKM. CAR1S.
LAWYERS.
W. A. Ledbetter. 8. T. Bledsoe
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE,
Attorneys at U.
Office In Ledbetter A. Bltdsoe Build
ing, Main street.
FMYSICIANS.
DR. PHILIP S. CHANCELLOR,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offleo In Hardy building. Offlce
'phono 122-2. Residence. Banks Ho
tel, 'phono 178.
DR. J. M. VADEN,
Physician and Surgeon.
Especial attention givon to diseases
of vomos nnd children.
Offieo la Noble building. Office
'phone 08. Residence 'phono 71.
W. M. ANDERSON,
Veterinary Surgeon.
White & Smith's Stable.
Res. Thone No. 203.
DOCTOR R. D. MOORE
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
OFFICES: In Noble Buildinj;
Telepbonen Residence "I. Offlce 111.
Dt. F. IP. voi) Keller,
Ooollit sod AnrUt.
Spirlil attention siren to Banterr to
Dlieuei ot lb
BYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROA'l ,
aiasses Accurately Fitted.
Offlce over Bonner A tionner'i Drag H tor
BoomilandS. Ardmore, I. T.
'Phone 1 Bei!denoe44. Offloe lit
DR. J. W. 8MITH,
Physician and 8urieon.
Office In Gorman Building.
Office 'Phone 6 3 Rlngv
Residence 'Phone 14.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. m., to 4 p. m.
Special attention give to Diseases oi
Women and Children.
Waller liirdj.
ni. P&ona H.
J.O. UoKiti,
PBODt U.
HARDY & McNEKH,
Physicians and Burgeons.
Offloe bourn 10 to 11 . m.. 1 to D. m..mo
S 10 I p. m.i 8nndT, 10 lo 11 a. m. inattol
p. El, omoe pnona in. Offloe oyer Bamiey'i
arae More ooraer Main tna 0aaoilrn
W. M. CHANCELLOR
Physician and Surgeon
We make dlieaaee ol women and children
and tenoral operative anrcerr a ipeolaltT
Ilealdenoe, Q atreet nortneait, aeoond door
nortn or rmra avenae:
Offlco with Ardmore Drug Co.
Office phono 86, residence phone 228
J.W.Bhsckloford. MrsJ.W.Shacklsfc
DF1Q. GHACKLEFORD,
Osteopathic Physicians.
We treat both Acute and Chronic ui.
cues, but make a specialty of cbrosl
diseases and diseases of women.
Phone 218.
Offlce, 420 North Washington Street.
DENTISTS.
ENLOE & FANN,
Dentists.
When they havo dono your dental
work It cannot bo Improved upon.
ODlco In Cruco building, opposite
postofflco. 'Phono 121.
OR. A. U. ADAMS
DHNTIBT.
The Latest Improyomont for Urn
and n rid (to Work
Uioal nith-tlot admlnliterad (or ti
ualnlen exlmgllon ot lerlh.
All ytatx rnaranlcd. Prlcei 10 tail let
llraei.
urnei orr nanaori tiore. Aramort.i.T
MEN AND WOMEN.
Cm Hie 41 for otinttnrat
illichrr,lnflmmlion..
Irrilalloai or ulceration.
or nacDDi tiicniDraD.i
PftlnlMi. ana not ulrin
AThl tVAHCVHLnitCJlLUe. pant or polwnotii.
sola iij iirocfiau.
(1 M. ...I n nl.ln wranMr
pre... rrpia. ior
.rJhntilr.13.7S.
r C .rcuU
rculir icoi ca requciU
KIDNEY DISEASES
are the most fatal of all dis
eases.
CHI CVIG KIDNEY CURE It I
rUU.1 o Mmtiii Reiel;
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the best for
CUdney and Bladder troubles
PRICE 50c and $1.09.
Subscribe for the Ardmorelte.
ySntr i.iui 4fOW
fsfv C).r.81ir4 W
MB K.t t .irtflt.rc .
TIME TABLE.
OKLAHOMA CITY.
(World's Fair Special.)
Loaves Oklahoma City C:30 p. m.
Arrives Kansas City 7:00 a. m,
Arrives SL Louis 11:30 a. m.
Arrives Memphis 6:00 p. o
(SL Louis Express.)
Leaves Oklahoma City 7: GO a. m
Arrives SL LouU 7:15 a. m.
(Meteor.?
Leaves Kansas City 7:15 p. m,
Arrlvs Oklahoma City.... 7:30 a. m.
(Arkansas and Oklahoma Expret 3)
Leavos SL Louis 10:00 p. m
Arrives Oklahoma City...- CMS p. m.
Through cars atd Pullman sleepers
between Oklahoma City, Kansas Clty(
St. Louis and M imphls. For rates
and other Information call on nearest
Frisco System agent, or addr3 the
undersigned. B. F. DUNN
Dlv. Pass. Agt. Wichita. Kax
f
You will find all kinds of
Fresh Meats, AVbolesale
and retail. We keep con
stantly on hand the best
of everything to'eat. All
Vei2ht8 Correct, Cour
teous Treatment to all.
Hopson & Eaves.
W. P. iNUGENT.
leneral Contractor and Builder,
Cement Pavine a Soecialty.
Money to Loan
on personal property, household
goods, pianos, live stock and bug
gies, and Wagons. Uuslnoss strictly
oonlldontlal.
H. T. KIRBY
Noble Bide,
See A. PARKS,
THE
Marble Man,
3 STREET,
5 Blocks South of Court Mouse.
Tse es
J. Wood Taliaferro,
Funeral Director and Licensed
Embalmer.
Ofnco open day and night. First
door east of A. P. Jones' grocery stors,
corner Mnln and C streets.
Warning Order.
In tho United States District Court In
tho Indian Territory, Southern DIs
trlct. J. P. Owens, plaintiff, vs
Mary Owens, defendant. No. 5,533
Tho defendant Mary Owens is warn
od to appear in this court in thirty
days and answer tho complaint of tho
plaintiff, J. P. Owons.
Witness tho Hon. llosoa Townsond
Judgo of said court, and tho seal there
of, this 17th day of March, 1003.
(Seal.)
O. M. CAMPDBLIj, Clerk.
J. J. Datos, Attornoy.
S. II. Butlor, Attorney for Non
Resident.
First published March 19, 1903.
HACK LINE
Davis
TO
Sulphur.
Meets all trains. Good
accommodations and
prompt service. Wire,
or telephone
J. R. BIYTHE,
Pvis. Ind. To.
BANNER 8&LVE
the most healliio salve In the wsrld
CITY' GOVERNMENT.
R. W. Dick. Mayor
H. Mathors. .... . .. .City Attornoy
John L. Gait Polico Judge
H. Bruco City Clerk
Frank Butt Treasurer
W. R, Roborts Ass'r and Coll!ctoi
E. Bool:cr Chief of Polico
Bob McGce City Scavenger
v MoffnlL, City Physician
W. H. Johnson Cuy ' Engineer
'Aldermen.
First Ward R. Hardy, J. S. . Mo
Charcn.
Second Ward J. S. Mullen, C. F.
roloy.
Third Ward C. L. Byrno, R. W.
Randol.
Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner, W.
F. Whlttlngton.
Committees.
Finance It. Hardy, chairman;
C.
L. Byrne, W. F. Whlttlngton.
Streot and Alloy Tho aldormon for
each ward aro the commlttoo for tholr
rospcctlvo wards, with tho mayoi as
chairman ovor thorn all.
Police J. S. Million, chairman; J.
S. McCharen, W. T. Gardner.
Flro W. T. Gardner, chairman; C.
Fraloy, It. W. Itandol.
Waterworks C. I Byrne, chairman;
W. F. Whlttlngton, It. Hardy.
Ordinance C. F. Fraloy, chairman;
It, W. Itandol, C. U Byrno.
Comotory It. W. Randol, chairman;
W. T. Gardner, J. S. McCharen.
Sanitary J. S. McCharen, chairman;
F. Fraloy, J. S. Mullen.
Improvement W. F. Whlttlngton,
chairman; R. Hardy, R. W. Randol, C.
L. Byrne.
Board of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moffott, city physician;
Drs. S. S. Carr, J. W. Smith, Walter
Hardy, Mayor R. W. Dick.
ELECTRIC
LIGHTED
TRAINS
Ara operated by the
Betwoc-n
TEXAS
And the
North and E&St
Detweerw
BIRMINGHAM, MEAIPHIS,
And the
SIMortr arid West
nAhafMrt
OKLAHOMA
And the
North and East
Observation cafe cars, under thc
,' management ol Fred Harvey. Equip-1
nt ol the latest and best design. J
SOME mU PAY
ofln nnn fr an pert to
3IU,UUU manaRe their ad
vertisintr. There are others
who for an annual subscrip
pay tion to Puinteu's Ink
and learn what all the advertis
ers are thinking about.
Bat even these aro not the mtrimn
reached. There are men who lote ore
S 11 1(1 'enr uoinir neither. Fo
MUUiUuu aamule enpr aend inoentit
1 BINTBB a INK, HO. 10 HtirUCO HI., N. Y
$100 Reward
cr 11 rkt !Ti i
Will bo paid by tuu Chickasaw J
Z Stockmou'fl Association for tho S
arrest and conviction of anyone
sleallnR stock of any kind from
any member of this Association.
Notify Joff Payno, Pauls Val
ley. Cliarloy Roff, Roff, I. T.,
or W. L. Lapsloy, Wynnowood,
I. T., Inspectors.
DU. T. P. IIowkll, Trcs.
O. F. HAtny, See.
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Designs
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tl-' Mum. i (a recWTf
inf th Iiilbu
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5r.?p JSKierlcatt.
' f ."'old b a. !!! .
Foey's Honey aaa Tar
curee cotdts, prevents pneumonia.
M''jS iV TnAoe Marka
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