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In the rssentlals gowns and volls
nnd the like convention reigns.
But tho brldo who llkfb to bo origin
al can ndd :nnny 'lalnty, unusual
tourhes In tho etceteras.
The newest bridal 8ho are of gros
grain exquisitely ombroldorod at
the vamp. Thoy have high Louis
Qulnzo heels and lace with six oye
lets under fltilly lnce rosettes.
(lloves nro preferably of undressed
kid, and to accommodate tho placing
of the ring tho mousquortalro wrist
portion Ib silt an Inch or two higher,
so that the hand may be slipped
through without removing tho glovo
The handkorchlof, which must show
a border of flno laco, Is carried elthor
In tho belt, nt tho front of tho bodice,
or In tho prayer book. Upon this
trifling detail does tho smoothness of
n wedding coromony sometimes de
The boa ,uet of the tho spring bride
rany express a superlatlvo slm
pllolty, for, according to fnshlonblo
llorlsts, many havo been ordorcd of
modest Held flowers. Dalsie, field
carrots, field phlox and dogwood aro
some of tho wild flowors to ,bo used.
Thoy nro mixed with asparngus fern
in the usual bridal bouquet way. More
splendid flowers carried by brides aro
tho customary long-stemmed brldo
roses, tho necessary dozen tied to
gether with satin bows witli long
For tho trousseau French lawn Is
the texture most In favor for tho un
derwear, which displays tho most
fairy-like hand ombroldorles, with
Tlno lapo trimmings. Tho petticoats
aro Huffy with flounces, but the
sacquo chemises havo somotlraes only
nn cmbr .dored edge- and a row of
perforations for tho ribbon draw
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven days tho blood, mus
clos and bonos of a man of avorago
size 1osos two pounds of wornout tis
sue. This wasto ennnot bo replenish
ed and tho hoalth and strongth kept
up without porfect dlgostlon. Whon
the stomach and dlgostlvo organs fail
to porform thoir functions tho strongth
lets ilmvn. linnltli eivna wnv nmt .lie.
ease sets up. Kodol Dyspopsla Curo
enaoios mo stomacn ana dlgostlvo
organs to digost and nsslmllato all of
th whnlpflftmA fnnd thnr mnv lin nn t.
en Into tho kind of blood that ro-
UUH1I8 tno tissues and protects tho
health and strength of tho mind and
hoilVi Kndnl mrn InilftrAatlnn ilva.
pcpsla and all stomach troublos. It
is an ideal spring ionic, sow uy
City Drug Store.
A wheolbarrow is an oxcollont V0'
hlclo In Its way, but It won't push It
i.elf. The X-Rays.
Recent experiments uy practical
tests and examination with tho nld of
the X-Itays, establish It as n fact that
Catarrh of tho stomach Is not a dis
ease of itself, but that it results from
repeated attacks of Indigestion. "How
can I cure my indigestion?' ' Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure Is curing thousands.
It will cure you of indigestion and
dyspepsia, and prevent or cure catarrh
of the stomach. Kodol digests what
you cat makes the stomach sweet
Sold by City Drug Store.
Platonic friendship Is better than
love of tho honorable mention brand.
World Wide Reputation.
White's Cream Vermlfugo has
achieved a world wide reputation as
being the best of all worm destroyers,
and for IU tonic Influence on weak
and unthrifty children, as It neutral
izes the acidity or sourness of tho
stomach, improves their digestion and
assimilation of food, strengthens
their nervous system and restores
thorn to health, vigor and elasticity
of spirits natural to childhood. 25c at
, W. B. Frame's. .
It is all right to respect old age,
provided It doesn't take tho form of
an Ofc'g at breakfast.
A Lesson in Health.
Healthy kidneys filter tho Impitr
ties from tho blood, nnd unless thoy
do this good health is Impossible. Fo
ley's KIdnoy Curo makes sound kid
neys and will positively cure all forms
of kidney and bladder disease It
strengthens tho wholo system. For
salo by Ilonner & Bonner.
The old reliable JlcCormick bind
ers, tffowers nnd rakes tho best har
vesting machinery known.
5-tf. WILLIAMS, COIIHN & CO.
It sometimes happens that a man
who buys a pig in a poke doesn't even
get a meal of pork chops.
Thero Is an aching and tired feel
ing; tho liver, bowels nnd kidneys be
como sluggish and inactlvo, tho dl
gostlon impaired, with Httlo or 110 ap
petite, no ambition for anything, and
a feeling that tho whole body and
mind needs toning up. Tho troublo
Is that during winter thero has been
an accumulation of wasto matter In
tho system. Horblno will reraovo It,
securo to tho secretions a right exit
and by its tonic effect fully restoro
tho wasted tissues and glvo strongth
In placo of weakness. 50e at W. B.
A gamo flsh , on Jho. right hook Is
.port proper. Flshlnu tackle, to tho
angler's content at
5-tf. WILLIAMS. OORHN & CO.
8ETTINQ OF CIVIL DOCKET.
For the United States District Court
Tuesday, May 19.
Gill. Mrs. Ella Brook vs. Henry
G120. Jamos Cantroll vs. Luthor
5132. Bunham-Mungor Dry Goods
Co. vs. W. F. Morris.
6142. Lizzlo Patton vs. S. C.Clonts.
0145. W. B. Anderson vs. Llgo Kel
ler. 6149. United States vs. Jno. Camp
bell et al.
61G0. United States vs. C. R. Phelps
6163. United Stat6s vs. Davo Crow
51C3. W. A. Turner vs. A. & C. Ry.
61C5. A. J. Chapman vs. Hlgglnboth
am & Bros.
6174'. Fannlo Combs et nl vs. B. B.
Askew et al.
6182. M. fl. Smathers vs. StatoFiro
5185. L. M. Mnurer vs. Thos. Ham
mons et al.
5191. Geo. W. Mays vs: T. B. Sullt
vant et al.
5192. Mrs. E. C Mulllns vs. Wm. H.
Johnson et al.
Wednesday, May 20.
G199. H. P. Ward et al vs. W. A.
Sullivan et al.
5203. C. Q." Kean vs. T. T. Sanders
520C. Wm. F. Warren vs. R. P.
Short et al.
"5207. Wm. F. Warren vs. F. E. Lit
tlo et nl.
5211. W. C. Baker. vs Bcrnnrd Cor
rlgan & Co.
5213. Jno. B. Jacobs vs. Jno." Ca
ruthers. 5214. Jno. B. Jacobs vs. M. E. Dod
son et al.
6219. Bert Mati ls.vs. Bernard Cor-
rlgan & Co.
5222. Martha Cox, vs. Andy Brown.
523U. Jno. n. Jacobs vs. Jno. Hill.
5231. C. C. Balthrop vs. Ohas
5234. Laldlaw Lumbor Co. vs. A. E.
523C. Dorset Co. vs. Grlraos Bros.
5237. Annie L. Bailey et al vs. J
W. Evuns et al.
6247. W. A. MIxon vs. G. W. Reoco
Thursday, May 21.
5248. Esther Pjercy vs. J. T. Bry
ant. 5254. B. P. Glbbs vs. A. B. Dunlap
5259. J. C. Washington vs. Freeman
Bros. . . ,
5279. Esther Plercy vs. W. F. Wynn
5281. United States vs. Dan Askew
5282. United States vs. Will Hen
drlx et al.
5283. United States vs. J. H. Allen
5284. United States vs. Albert John
son ot al.
5285. United States vs. Jno. B. Fin
ley ot al.
5287. United States vs. J. It. Dunl
hoo et al.
5289. United States vs. II. B. Mitch
Ml et aL
5290. United States vs. Joe Abies
5295. J. E. Spraglns vs. W. J. Scott
5299. J. B. Spraglns Vs. Mrs. Lon
Hall et all.
5301. Joo F. Bledsoo vs. It. M. Har
ris et al.
Friday, May 22.
5304. Peachy McCauley vs. Green
Treat et al.
5308. C. B. Ladd vs. Mutual Ufa
5309. Pena Archard et al vs. Frisco
x5312. Isaac Christian vs. Chas. H.
Cook ot al.
5317. J. H. Havens vs. Q., C. & S.
F. By. Co.
5333. C. It. Smith vs. Armour Pack
6345. H. A. Youngblood vs. G.. C. &
S.'V, Ity. Co.
5353. W. H. nice vs. C, O. & G. By.
5358. I. W. Folsom vs. T. N. Cole
6379. McCord-Collins Co. vs. J. N.
6380. A. L. Sanders vs. Jno. Thrash
5301. E. A.' F. Wollenberg vs. J. E.
Arnold ot nl.
5390. J. H. McNeil vs. Win. Kolter.
539C. Blancho Garrett vs. Oi, C. &
S. F. By. Co.
5410. Rlggs & Dalton vs. L. B. nob-
berson et al.
Saturday, May, 23.
5414. Mrs. B. E. Ilonbottons vs. W.
H. II. Keltner.
5418. Leah Johnson vs. Dick Black
5419. Geo. Petors & Co. vs. C. W.
Thomas et al.
5420. W. N. Taliaferro vs. J. Ai
5421. C. F. Sullivan vs.' j; 55; Kqol.
5422. VunVleot Mansfield Drug Co.
vs. Ray-& .Brock. -
5424. II Aaronson vs. J. A Dodo
5425. A. F. Manhart vs It. E. Lee.
542C. Mrs. W. A. Wnlllng 'vs. Fred
5427. M. M. Wlnnlnghom vs C L
5428. F. F. Fox vs. J. M. B. Grcsh
am. 6433. n. S. Jumpor vs. Will Putty ot
Traveling Is Dangerous.
Constant motion Jars tho kidney
which aro kept in placo In tho body
by dellcato attachments. This is tho
reason that travelers, trainmen, street
car mon, tcamstora and all who drlvo
very much suffer from kidney dlscaso
In somo form. Foley's KIdnoy Curo
strengthens tho kidneys and cures nil
forms of kidney and bladdor disease.
Geo. II. Hausan, locomotlvo cnglnoor,
Limn, O., writes, "Constant vibration
of tho onglno caused mo a great deal
of troublo with my kidnoys, nnd I got
nq relief until I used Foley's KIdnoy
Foley's Honoy nnd Tar is peculiarly
adapted for asthma, bronchitis nnd
hoarseness. Sold by Bonner & Bon
ner. CHURCH SOCIETIES.
Tho Parsonage and Homo Mission
Socloty of tho Broadway M. E. church
meets tho first and third Tuesdays of
each month at tho parsonage.
MIIS. HESTER WOLVERTON,
Tho Foreign Missionary Socloty of
the Broadway M. E. church moots tho
first Thursday of each month.
MRS. T. K. KEARNEY, Pres.
Tho Epworth Senior Lenguo of tho
Broadway M. E. church moots every
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at tho
PROF. HUMPHREYS, Pies.
Tho Epworth Junior Leaguo of tho
Broadway M. E. church meets ovcry
Sunday afternoon at the parsonngo at
Tho Aid Society of tho First Pros
bytorlan church moots tho second and
fourth Tuosdays of each month with
somo mombor of tho socloty.
MRS. MAGGIE FOSTER, Pres.
Tho Homo nnd Foreign Missionary
Society of tho First Prosbyterlon
church meets tho first nnd third Tues
days of each month with somo member
of tho society.
MRS. JOSE CARR, Pres.
Tho Aid Society of tho Cumberland
Presbyterian church meets ovcry Tues
day with ono of tho members.
MRS. H. L. POTTERF, Pres.
Tho Aid Society of tho Christian
church meets every Tuesday with ono
of tho members.
MRS. WARREN. Pres.
The Christian Endeavor or tho Chris
tlan Church meets every Sunday af
ternoon nt 3 o'clock.
ERRET DUNLAP, Pres.
Tho Aid Society of tho Central Bap
tlst church meets every Tuesday at 3
o'clock with ono of Its members.
MRS. BRUCE, Pres.
Tho B. Y. P. U. of tho First Baptist
church meets every Sunday afternoon
at tho church.
MISS DAISY NICHOLS, Pros.
The L. T. L'a meets every Sunday
afternoon from 3 to 4 at tho First Pres-
MISS MAUD TENNERY, Pres.
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho First
Baptist cuhrch weets with tho mem-
hern each week.
MRS. HEATH Pros.
Tho Benovolent Society meets orery
Thursday from 3 to 5 with one of the
MRS. J. W. GOLLEDGE, Pros.
Tho Ladles of tho Leaf meet every
Monday from 3 to 5 o'clock with a
member of tho socloty. Thoy aro
studying American history and have
for their special work this year "The
Found of tho Library in tho Public
MRS. H. O. POTTERF, Pres.
Tho Orlos meet every Friday from
3 to 5 o'clock with members of tho so
ciety. They aro studying Shakes
peare, with other authors, and havo
for thoir special work tho foundlne of
n Young Men's Reading Room In Ard-
more. MRS. E. B. PUGH. Pres.
Retail Clerks' Union.
Local No. C3G, R. C. I. P. A. meets
second nnd fourth Monday nights In
L. B. HORN, President
E. O. MURPHY, Secretary.
John H. Morgan Camp, U. C. V..
will hold Its regular meetings on tho
second Sunday in each month nt tho
city hall nt 3 o'clock p. m. All old
J. W. GOLLEDGE, Com.
G. II. BRUCE, Adjutant.
In the sky cornea
tne star 01 neaun
to the weak and
does (or the stom
ach that which It
Is unable to do for
Itself, even If but
3 t o m ao n
lUDnllftj thft natural
lulcesof digestion and V
does the work of the
stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, while
the learned muscles
and membranes of that
organ are allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart,
nervous dvirxcsla and
all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying and
strengthening the glands,
membranes ot the stom
ach and digestive organs.
Twr Dtiler Ca Sutpl? Ten.
DottUsi onfcr. $1.00 Slia hoUint 24 tlRMI
tho trial til, which Mill for JOc
rrtttrti ky E, C DtVITT 4 CO, CWCAW.
In tho United States court of tho
Southern district of tho Indlnn Ter
ritory. In tho mnttor of J. F. York, bank
rupt, In Bankruptcy. No. 5459.
To tho Honorablo Hosea Townsond,
Judge of tho United States court for
the Southorn district of tho Indlnn
J. F. York of Mill Creek, In the
Southern district of tho Indian Ter
ritory, in said district, respectfully
represents that on. tho 15th dny
of Jaunary, 1903, last past ho was duly
ndjudged bankrupt under tho acts of
congress relating to bankruptcy; that
ho has duly surrendered all his
proporty nnd rights of property, nnd
has fully complied with all tho ro
qulroments of said acts and of the
orders of tho court touching his
Whorefore, ho prays that ho mny
bo decreed by tho court to havo full
dischargo from all debts provablo
against his estato under said bank'
nipt acts except such debts as are by
law excoptcd from such dischargo.
Dated this 13th day of May, A. D,
1903. J. F. YORK,
Herbert, Walker & Cannon, Attys.
Southern district of tho Indian Terrl
tory, 88 :
On this tho 13th day of May. A.
D. 1903, on reading tho foregoing pe
tition It Is ordered by tho court that
a hearing be ..ad upon tho caso on tho
25th day of May, A. D. 1903. before
said court at Ardmore, In said district
at 9 o'clock in tho forenoon;
nnd that notico thorcof bo published
In tho Ardmorclto, a newspaper print
ed In said district, and that all known
creditors and other persons In Inter
est may appear at said time and placo
and show cause, if any thoy havo,
why tho prayer of tho said petitioner
should not bo granted. And it Ib fur
ther ordered by tho court that tho
clerk shall send by mnll to all known
creditors copies of said petition nnd
this order, addressed to them nt their
places of rcsldenco as stated.
Witness tho Honorablo Hosea Town
send, Judgo of said court nnd tho seal
thorcof, nt Ardmore, in said district,
on tho 13th dny of May, 1903.
C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
First published May 14, 1903.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In tho Dlatrlct court of tho United
States, for tho Southorn district, at
In tho matter of II. S. Holloway.
bankrupt: In Bankruptcy.
To tho creditors of H. S. Hollowny
In tho Southern district, in tho Indian
Territory, at Ardmore, a bankrupt;
Notico Is hereby given that on the
5th day of May, 1903, tho said H. S
Holloway was duly adjudged bank
nipt, and that tho first meeting of
his creditors will bo held In my office
In tho court houso In tho city of Ard
more, on tho 15th day of May. 1903.
at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, at which
tlmo tho said creditors may attend,
prove thoir claims, appoint a trustee.
exaralno tho bankrupt and transact
such other business as may como be
fore said meeting.
. Rofereo In Bankruptcy;
FIrBt published May 7, 1903.
.Buy today from our fishing tackle
beforo tho nish Is on and tho assort
WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO.
WHEN YOU (JO TO A1ENERAL WELLS, STOP AT
It is located a convenient distance from the
Celebrated Wells. The house has been
thoroughly renovated, and is fresh and clean,
bach room has a southern exposure. There
is sewerage inside the building. The rates
are reasonable, the service is the best obtain
able, and the large lawn is beautiful and
homelike. Water from the wells will be
brought to sick guests, and no effort is spared
for the comfort and pleasure of all the guests
of the house.
Rates.per week $8.0o to$U.00
Kates per day o.OO
(Special'rates to family parties.)
Nov fa tlic tlmo to have your
Engine, Boiler and Gin
for the couiinc season. Do not pay freitjut
on them to nnd from eomo other plnce, but
briurr them to us. We will
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In tho District court of tho United
States, for tho Southorn district,
In tho matter of L. O. Clements &
Son, bankmpts, In Bnnkniptcy.
To tho creditors of L. O. Clements
& Son, in tho Southern district, In
tho Indlnn Territory, nt Ardmore, a
bankrupt: Notico Is hereby given
that on tho 7th dny of Mny, 1903, tho
said L. O. Clements & Son was duly
adjudged bankrupt, and that tho first
mcotlng of his creditors will bo held
at my office at tho court houso In
tho city of Ardmore on tho 26th day
of Mny, 1903, at 10 o'clock In tho
forenoon, nt which tlmo tho said cred
itors may attend, prove their claims,
appoint a trustee, oxamino tho bank
rupt and transact such other busi
ness ns may como beforo said meet-
K. JOHN HINKLE,
Refereo in Bankruptcy.
First published May 15, 1903.
j See A. PARKS,.:
B STREET, I
S 5 Blocks South of Court House, t
are the most fatal of ail dis
eases. EDI CV'Q KIDNEY CURE It I
rUlXI 0 Guaranteed Remedy
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the Best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c ind $1.00.
MEN AND WOMEN.
tlM nif it tot noDloril
IrrltiaoDi or ulceration,
of maco a. tnnubr.n...
Iln!a ..i4 nr., ..i.Ih.
TN(CvmlUViUlC0. cat or poUonooi.
.8.1. 3rTTiir tent In cliln rtprr.
tr wpr.M, rr.p.M. lor
1LyM Bt " "'bur.
ARDflORE, IND. TOR.
In tho United States Court for tho
Southorn District of tho Indian Tc
ritory. In thp matter of Joseph E
OarrottJ bankrupt, In bankruptcy.
To tho Honorablo Hosea Townscnd,
Judgo of tho district court for tho-
Southern district of tho Indian Tcrrlf
Joseph E. Onrrott of Wynnowood, in
tho Southern district of tho Indlnn
Torrltory, In said district, respectful
ly represents that on tho 2Gth ilav nf
March, last past, ho was duly adjudg-
eu oannrupt under tho acts of con
gress relating to bankruptcy: that hn
has duly surrendered all bis proporty
anu ngtits or property, and has fully
complied with nil tho requirements of
said acts and of tho orders of the
court touching his bankruptcy.
Whereforo ho prays that ho mav ha
decrcod by tho court to havo a full
discharge from all debtB provablo
against his estato under said bank
rupt acts, except such debts ns aro
excepted by law from such discharge.
uaiea this 25th day of March. A.
D., 1903. JOSEPH E. GARRETT.
Southorn District of the Indian Ter
On this 25th day of March. A. D..
1903, on reading tho foregoing peti
tion, It Is ordered by tho court that a
hearing bo had upon tho sarao on tho
25th day of May, A. D., 1903. before
said court at Ardmoro. In said district.
at 9 o'clock In tho forenoon, and that
notico thoreof bo published in tho
Ardmoreito, a nowspapcr printed In
said district, nnd that all known cred
itors and other persons In intorest
may appear at tho said tlmo and
placo and show cause, If any they
have, why tho prayer of the said peti
tioner should not bo granted.
And It is further ordered by tho
court that tho clerk shall send by
mall to all known creJltors copies
of said petition nnd this ordor, ad
dressed to them at their places of
rosldonco as stated.
Witness tho Honorablo Hosea
Townsond, Judgo of the said court,
and tho seal thoroof, at Pauls Valloy,
in said district, on tho 25th day ot
March, A. D., 1903.
(Sen!) O. M. CAMPBELL,
Dy J. II. WOOTTON. Deputy Clerk.
First published May 15, 1903.
You Know What You Are Taking
When you tnko 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 no pay. 60c.