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Special Correspondence. Qrccnvillo, I. T., May 2C Rainy weather is tho order of tho day. Mrs. Dradlo Hannah, o( across Dig Hickory crook ,dled yesterday aftor noon of consumption. Mrs. Hannah has been sick for over a year. Tho remains will bo Interred at 3 o'clock this afternoon In tho cemetery at McAlestcr. Her many friends from Grcenvlllo extend condolcnco to the sorrowing relatives and unlto with them to mourn their loss. Mrs. Uennlo Duma Is sorlously 111 at this writing. Born May 19, to gladden tho hearts Of Mr. and Mrs. John Castillo, a daughter. Miss Itay Probott of Fo Worth, Texas, Is at present visiting hor grandfather, Dr. I. P. Greene, ot this place. " Tamos Glenn of Texas, formerly of tUT placo, Is hero visiting old friends. AV'o had preaching last Saturday night and Sunday at 11 o'clock by an Itinerant Christian prcachor. Quito a number wero present nt both meet ings. Our fifth Sunday meeting held by thtfBaptlst brothron will begin Thurs day", May 281, and last until Sunday evening. TQulte a mtmbor attended tho moot irigof tho Woodmon ot the World Sat urday ovonlng and ono applicant was admitted. rfixr basoball toam won tho gamo lost Sunday from tho "Bluebirds" from Ovcrbroolc. Another gamo by the same parties will tako place near Ovdrbrook noxt Sunday nftornoon. Too Great a Risk. In almost every neighborhood somo ono has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus, often boforo mod lqlno could bo procured or a physician summoned. A reliable remedy lor theso dlscasos should bo kept at hand. Tho risk Is too great for any ono to tako. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholcih and Diarrhoea remedy has undoubt edly saved tho lives ot moro pcoplo and relieved moro pain and suffering than any other mcdlclno In uso. It can always bo depended upon. For sale by City Drug Storo, V. J. Ham sey and Ardmoro Drug Co. Stable Economy. Novor allow animals ot other spe cles to bo kept in the samo room with milch cows. Lcavo tho gutters behind tho cows open and with enough lncllno to pro vide good dratnago. At least onco every two months scrub your mangers with water and soap, lyo or washing powder. Have tho floor of your stablo smooth and Incapable of absorbing liquids and enough slopo to causo good drain- ago. Arrange a stnblo with a view to tho comfort of tho animals and so ns to facllltato tho work of cleaning, milk ing, etc. GIvo cows a chango of food. This Increases tho appetite, and tho moro food a cow consumos tho moro milk sho will glvo. A cow possesses no crcntlvo powor. Sho only changes and transforms tho food Into a dlfforcnt form. In building n stnblo havo tho side walls and celling so tight that they will prevent dust from sifting through and so constructed as to keep cob wobs from collecting. There should ho windows In nt least two sides, provldng not less than threo squaro foot of unobstructed window glass to ach animal. Farmors' Guide. A Revelation. If you will mako Inquiry It will bo a revelation to you how mnny suc cumb to kldnoy or bladder troubles In ono form or another. If tho pa tlcnt Is not beyond medical aid, Fo ley's Kidney Curo will euro. It never disappoints. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely bo given to children. For salo by Bonner & Bon nor. A woman novor tnkos much Interest in an argument with a man unless sho tries to prove something sho knows ho will bo ablo to disprove. Spring Ailments. Thoro Is an aching and tirod feel ing; tho liver, bowels and kidneys be como sluggish and Inactlvo, tho dl gestlon Impaired, with llttlo or no an- potlto, no ambition for anything, and a feeling that tho whole body nnd mind needs toning up. Tho trouble Is that during winter thoro has been au accumulation ot wasto matter in tho system. Horblno will romovo it, secure to tho secretions a right exit and by Its tonic effect fully rcstoro tho wasted tissues and glvo strength In placo of weakness. 50c at W. B Framo's, The lion's share Is all that Is worth having. Cures When Doctors Fall. Mrs. Frank Chlasson, Pattorson, La., wrltos Juno 8, 1901: "I had malarial fever In bad form, was under treat ment of tho doctors, but as soon as I stopped taking tholr rjodlclno tho fe ver would return. I isedasamplo bot- tlo of Heroine, found It helped me. I feel grateful to you for famishing such a splendid modlcine and can honostly recommend It to thoso suffer ing from malaria, as It will surely curo them." HerM-ie, 60c bottle at W. B. Frame's. SANTA FE EXCURSIONS. Tho North Texas Lcaguo Baseball club of Fort Worth and Corslcana will phxy at Fort Worth May 31. The Santa Fo will run special train, leav ing Purcoll at 1:10 a. m., Ardmoro at 4:05 a. m., arriving at Fort Worth 8:10 a. m. Ilato $1.35 for round trip. O., C. & S. F. tourist rates to Sul phur Springs, May 20 to Sept. 30. Ilato, $2.60. . Emancipation Day Celebration. Juno 18 and 19. Hate, one and ono- third fares. Unrolling ot tho Monumont ot tho Woodmon Wynnowood, I. T., May 31. Ilato, $1.15. " , International Epwprth Lcaguo Con vention. Detroit, Mich., July 14 and 15. Ilato, $33.20. Annual mooting Gorman Baptist Brethren conference, Bolfountalno, Ohio, May 27, 28, 29 and 30. Ilato J30.16. . Saongorfost of 'NorOi American Saengorbund, St. Louis, Mo., Juno 15 and 16. Bate $20.20. Annual mooting Travelers' Protect lvo association, Indianapolis, Ind., June 7, 8 and 9. Ilato, $29.70. National Association ot Master Plumbers ot the Unltod Statos, San Francisco, Cal., $45. W. A. DASHIELL, Tlckot Agent. C. O. & G. EXCURSION RATES. icral assembly of tho Cumber Ian Prosbytorlan church at Nashvlllo, To , May 18 to 20. Ilato $23.70. Annual meeting Travelers' Protec tive Association, Indianapolis, Ind., juno 7, 8 and 9. Ilato $27.95. W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agt. The Wastes of the Body. Every soven days tho blood, mus cles and bones of a man of average slzo loses two pounds of wornout tis sue This wasto cannot bo replenish ed and tho health and strength kept up without perfect digestion. When tho stomach and digestive organs fall to perform tholr functions tho strength lets down, health glvos way, and dls- easo sets up, Kodol Dyspepsia Curo enables tho stomach and dlgcstlvo organs to digest and asslmllato all of tho wholcsomo food that may bo cat en into tho kind ot blood that re builds tho tissues and protects tho health and strength ot tho mind and body. Kodol cures Indigestion, dys pcpsla and all stomach troubles. It Is an Ideal spring tonic. Sold by City Drug Store. Gambling Is gambling whether it Is craps or kingdoms. Will Cure Consumption. A. A. Horren, Finch, Ark., writes, ciiy'8 Honoy and Tar Is tho best preparation for coughs, colds and lung rouble. I know that It has cured consumption In tho first staccs.' You noyer heard of any ono using toieys Honoy and Tar and not being sausiica. ror salo by Bonner & Bon ner. Foley's Kidney Curt cnaks frhtrr'v ; hirritfnf right Like a Comet TKis In the sky comes tne star oi neaun to the weak and famous remedy weary despon- does for the stom dentdyjpepllc. ach that which it is unable to do for Itself, even If but a curing an ilomacn troubles and slightly disordered or overburdened. A dtrcatlve disorders. Kodol supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the 1 stomach, relaxing the 1 nervous tension, while the Inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal. It cures Indigestion, flatulence. palpitation of the heart. nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying and strengthening the glands, rr.srnbranes of the stom ach and digestive organs. KodolDyspepsiaCiUTet Tsur Deiler Cn Supply Too, Bottlai onlr. J 1. 00 Sl JlakHni 2Ji Uraat th trltl ska, which Mil lot 60c Tmwi bjUC DtYTITT C0 C01CA80. KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases. CM CV'Q WHEY CURE It I iULli o fiyiraateftd ilaiidj or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the Best for Kidney and madder troubles. RUCK HJc. Ud VM, A TEXAS WONDER. HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. One 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 lamo back, rheuma tism and all irregularities ot tn Kid neys and bladdor In both, women and men. Regulates bladdor troublo In children. It not sold by your druggist will bo sent by mall on receipt of II. Ono small bottlo Is two months' treat ment and will euro any case abovo mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL. Solo manufacturer, St. Louln, Mo. Sold by all druggists and W. B. Framo, Ardmoro, I. T. READ THI8. Ardmoro, I, T Oct. 17, 1902. Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis; I have suffered for years with kldnoy and bladder troubles. I havo found moro relief from using Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Dlscovory, than any other kld noy and bladder modlclno, nnd can safely recommend it to others. Very respectfully, MUG. J. H. HOPKINS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LAWYERS. W. A. Lodbettsr. 8. T. Bledsoe LEDBETTER ft BLEDSOE, Attorneys at Law. Office In Ledbettsr ft BUdsoe Build' tag, Main atreot PHYSICIANS. DR. PHILIP S. CHANCELLOR, Physician and Surgeon. Offlco in Hardy building. Office 'phone 122-2. Residence, Banks Ho tel, 'phono 178. DR. J. M. VADEN, Physician and Surgeon. Especial attention given to diseases of women end chlldron. Offlco In Noble building. Office 'phono C8. Residence 'phono 71. W. M. ANDERSON, Veterinary Surgeon. Whits ft Smith's Stable. Res. Thonp No. 203. DOCTOR Ft. D. MOORE PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, OFFICES: In Noble Building Telephone!! Residence 78. Office Its. Dt. F. 2. vorj Keller, Ooollst and ADrlai. SpaoUl attention ictven to Uarrerr in. Diseases ot the BYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT, aiasses Accurately Fitted. Oflloe over Bonner & Donner'i DraiBlorr lloomi I and S. Ardmore, I. T. 'Fhonei neildenoa 41. Oflloe m DR. J. W. SMITH, Physician and Surcjeon. Office In Gorman Building. Offlco 'Phono 03 Klngr Residence 'Phono 14. Offlco hours 10 to 12 a. m., C to 4 p. m. Special attention give to Diseases of Women and Children. Wilier Utrdy, Bet, I'hone It. J.O. UoNen. Bei.rnoa. it HARDY 4 MoNEES. Physicians and Boiiokoms. Offloo bourn 10 to 11 a. m.. 2 to i d. m..and top. m.i Handera, 10 to ll a. m. and I to p. m, OtSoe Pnone 111. Oflloe oyer Bsmiej'i drna-store oornar Main and Caddo streets. YY. M. CHANCELLOR Physician and Surgeon We make diseases of women and children and eeneral operative aurirery a specially llealdenoe, Q street northeast, second door north of Third avenuei Office with Ardmore Drug Co. Office phone 86, residence phone 228. J.W.Shsckleford. Mrv).W.8hacklfer DR8. SHACKLEFORD, Osteopathic Phyilclsns. We treat both Acute and Chronlo cases, but make a specialty of cbronit diseases and diseases of wome. Phone 218. Office, 420 North Washington Street DENTISTD. ENLOE oV FANN, ' Dentists. When they have done your dental work It cannot be Improved upon. Office In Cruco building, opposite postoffice. 'Phone 121. DB. A. H. ADAMS, DHNTI8T. The Latest Improvement for Orowi and Bridge Work, local ananthellos admlntilersS for tnt palnls is axlraotlon of Is.lh. All voik. amAraalssd. Frlosi M itll Iks Hniai, oagi over Kasdol'i itore. Aromert.!,! The Tribal D8V8lopmit6(j The Trll.al DeTelopraentCo. of Tishomingo. Chickasaw Nation. wns Incorporated with apltal atuck of J1U0MXJ.00 and the following aa IMrectur' ' " I. 8. MoaelOT. the Governor nf ttia Chlpkmiinnr N.iinn ir. . n t u. tt a ... ner Northern Dial.. Vlco Troa t (J. W Ilurrls. a prominent Chiokaaaw, rteo.'t oiir P. t'obti. V.H. Kov.Inapootnr.Treae. and den. 1r. 11. M. Harris ox-dor. Chlokaaaw Natlnni II V S '."J- Vn 5-,"h Southern IMat., L I. wiuuma. KnkSrj Klroy PunlSm. Pwal. ii. "5Li,,.ic llZ hnr' eU' "l"".0, u,'-I! nd abstract title, to real estate In the In i anTorrltorj. Tho poraonnel of tho Company inaurea tho fnllblood clement a aafo mo dlum throi,Rh which to accuro their allotmenta and will afford tho outalde Invoator a aafo ry 1 Z ' "MSVU avuuiriUUISU It'll hid inuni ucvuiopmciiigo. la ioiny in a poaiimn to Iraae a Inrico number of paat B In tho rhtekaaanr Nation, anil In annum I Yin rlahl nt nn .1 . 'I. " of Improved farma br purchaalnirlmproTomnnla thereon, or will act aa nirontlfor othora In apcnrlnir Icaaea from Individuals aa auch cltltcna flle tholr aeloctlona. n iiuiusaiuio 111 inia iiroo in ouy lanu in ine unociaw or iMilokaaaw Natlnna. but a yalldS-year lease can bo obtained, and part of each allotment can bo deeded by tho al lottro ono rear after the ilneil tn the l.ml hn. laanmi i. .unh .ni, V...V..: "'. part can bo sold throe year afur tho deed but tho homestead may be allcnatnd. to tne man with limited capital capital a S-year lease wnnld probably be morn nd rantaffeous than actual sale, aa ho rau aeourn the noa.nHiInn nf Inn.l nmip .M.i i all probab'llty pay tho purchase prlceof such land aa It becomes n!lcnblo, from tho pro ceeds ol the land Itself. Credit Is a Governments, Bnnkp, Coriiorationp, nil seek credit with privileges of part settlements. Why not tho housekeeper with her own institu tion;:! We don't heliovo for n moment that we errant you a favor in extendinr; charge" privilfees. offer Itcasts a mutual confidence nnd clean uuderstnndinr; over our relations. Wheu you nre doubtful about values, nek candid questions. Wo are an honest crowd, nnd we would rnther loose a sale by disappoint ing you with n fact than selling you by misrepresentation, Tho last named fault would bo commercial suicide. HALL & hillis, The 'Store Tint Saves You Money. TI2 TRAVELER'S THROUGH Ottwcen St. Louis, Kansas City, Memphis, Mrmlnthaa?, Pull, Port Worth, ' rort smitn, vicnna, Ukianoma uiy And felaUIn KUuurl, Kai. Arkinm, KUilulrrl, tnlalsu, Tsui, Oklahoma and Iadlaa TirrlUrlts, ladlua sad Xllla.ls. Isfgrmldoo u H trtl. trrxt sad nto, alio IliutttilfJ dncrlpHtt mitur, proaMl IWaUxd ma spylkuto.1. B.F. DUNN div. raaa. V PtRK JUNh 'tJi-a VlCHlTA DUnCtU WS.KEENAN G.P.A. GALVETSXetlrTHev A v V. V A i- "V VJHAv,. "in. 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THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN HOUSTDM FT.WORTH AND TEMPLE TV V-ULUKnUU" SPRING5 PLUS $2,25 .1Mb BANKRUPTCY NOTICE, la tho United Sta.te.4 Court tnr ihm Southern District ot tho Indian Ter ritory. In tho matter of O. W. Cudo, bank rupt, In bankruptcy. To tho Honorablo Ilosca Townsond, JucIro of tho district court of tho Unltod States for tho Southorn dis trict of tho Indian Territory: O. W. Cudo of Ardmoro. In tho Southern District of tho Indian Terri tory, In said district, respectfully rot- rosonta that on tho 28th of February, lyuo, last past, ho was duly ndjudgod bankrupt under tho acta of congress relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered all his property and rights of property and fully complied with all tho roqiilromonta of aald acta and ot tho ordora ot U10 court touch- Ins his bankruptcy. Whoroforo ho prays that ho mar bo decreed by tho court to havo a full dlschargo from all dobts provablo ngalnst his ostato undor said bank ruptcy nets, oxcopt such dobts as aro oxcoptod by law from such discharge. Dated this I8U1 day ot May, A. D. O. W. CUDE. DankrupL Potior, Jlowman &. Potter, Attya. Southern district ot tho Indian Terri tory, eb: On this 18th day of May, A. D. 1903, on reading tho foregoing petition It la ordorcd by tho court, that a hear ing bo had upon tho samo on tho 30th day ot May A. D., 1903, beforo tho said court at Ardmoro. In said district, at 9 o'clock In tho forenoon, and that notlco thereof bo publlshod In tho Ardmorolto, a nowspapor printed In said district, and that all known creditors and olhor persons In Intorost may appear at said tlmo nnd place and show causo, If any thoy have. why tho prayor of said petitioners should not bo granted. And It Is furthor ordered by tho court, that tho clork shall send by mall to all known creditors copies ot Bald potltlon, nnd thlo order, ad- drer.ncd to them at tholr places of rcsldenco as stated. Witness tho Honorablo Hosoa. ro-nrnil. Judgo of said court, and lie leroor, at Ardmoro,, In said district on tho 18th day of May, 1903. (Seal) P. M, CAMPBELL, Clork. First publlshoi May 21, 1903. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In tho United States Court for tto 8outhorn District of tho Indian Ter ritory. In tho matter ot II. C. Head, bankrupt, in bankruptcy. To tho Honorablo Hosoa Townsond. Judgo of tho district court for the Southern district of tho Indian Terri tory: H., C. Head ot Ardmoro, In tho Southorn district of tho Indian Territory, In said district, respectful ly represents that on tho 27Ui day ot March, 1903, last past, ho was duly all Judgod bankrupt undor tho nctB of con gross relating to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered all his proporty and rights of property, and has fully complied with all tho requirements ot said acts and ot tho orders of tho court touching his bankruptcy. Whoroforo ho prays that ho may be decreed by tho court to havo a full dlschargo from all dobts provablo against hk ostato undor said bank rupt acts, oxcopt mich debts as aro excepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 23d day of May, A. 1903. H. C. ItRAD, Bankrupt. II. A. Lodbottcr, Atty for DankrupL Southorn District ot tho Indian Ter ritory, 88 : On this 23d day of May, A. D., 1903, on reading tho foregoing peti tion, It Is ordored by tho court that a hearing bo had upon tho samo on tho Cth day of Juno, A. D., 1903, boforo said court at Ardmoro, In said district, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, and that notlco thereof bo published In the Ardmorolto, a newspaper printed In said district, and that all known cred itors and other pcrnons in intorost may appear at tho said tlmo and placo and show causo, it any thoy have, war tho prayer of tho said peti tioner should not bo granted. And It Is further ordered by the court that tho clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of said potltlon and this order, ad dressed to them at their places of resldenco as stated. Witness tho Honorcblo Hosoa Townsond, Judge of the said court. and tho seal thereof, at Ardmoro, In said district, on the 23d day of May, A. D., 1903. (Seal) C. Mt CAMPBELL, Clerk. First published May 24, 1903. What It Foley's Kidney Cure? Answer; H is made from a pre scription of a .Jeadlng Chicago phy sician, and ono of tho most eminent In the country. The lngredlonts are the purest that money can bur and are scientifically combined to get neir utmost value. For sale by Bon ner & Bonner.