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IS THIS THE TRUTH?
The Kansas City Journal Panlts a
Lucid Picture of Excursionists.
In Monday's lssuo of the Kansas City
Journal appeared the following:
"That excursion from tho Indian
Torrltory today was tho limit," said
n fellow-sufforor of nil tho othor four
teen crowdod carloads of paBsongcrs
who camo In on tho train. "Tho bo
'ductivo rato of $2.50 for a JIG round
trip was the material Inducing motive
for so many thirsty souls coming up
toNKansas City today. And thb crowd
ns so tired when tho train arrived
horo thoy may not be severely con
"surod for gottlng Immediate access
to refreshments that aro undor tho
bh'n In tho prohibition territory. I
Will not bo surprised to loani In tho
morning that at least one-fourth or
,.ho crowd Bpont tho latter part of
(he night in jail. Some of thorn do
85V.voto, and others wero actlvo can
didates for tho holp In the bawment
tifVlho city hall bofore thoy had b4n
Tn Iho city many hours.
-"It was a strenuous crowd from tho
beginning. Thoro woro deadbeats,
drunkards and pickpockets on tho
train. Just this side of Ulg Cabin It
.sftl! discovered, that severnl mon had
iiq0n relieved of their pockotbooks
r.Qd whllo the train was running at
tho rata of thirty mllos an hour tho
soarfih for tho robbors had bocomo so
rm that two men Jumped off tho
(rain into a pond nlong tho Mdo of
tho track. They Wero thought to have
bean tho robbors nnd tho amount thoy
go"t away with was about$800. Tho
aSgitomont had not died down boforo
it became necessary id eject a negro
excursionist from tho train baeausu ho
had not paid his faro. Tho ojectmont
was typical of thp country. Tlio con
dllctor and a doputy United States
marshal nicked the nocro tin and
flirfcw him from tho moving train. Ho
struck tho ground at tho oxtromo edgo
ot tho right-of-way, rocovorcd his
equilibrium at tho second robound nnd
was soon limping slowly away as the
train pulled on In tho dim moon
light"
Tho' roturnlng excursion train was
scheduled to leavo the union depot
for Muskogee nnd othor Torrltory
points al 10 o'clock last night, lly
o'olock tho depot was packed by tired
but no longer thirsty pilgrims. Thoy
had mado tholr Irregular but possibly
annual oxcurslon to Kansas City
nnd wero anxious to get away.
It was a night of grief for Colonol
Carnos. tho usunlly well-posted and
poilto night depot-master. Ho was;
besieged by questioners with fear In
tholr eyes and fumes on tholr
breaths.
"Wlion uoos that train go?" asked
one.
"What train?"
"Why, that excursion train to niuo
Jacket," was tho roply.
"Ton o'clock."
"What time Is It now??" the oxcur
slonlst would nsk. Thon ho would
cot mad whon his nttontlon wns dl
rooted to tho big clock.
"Excursions are worso than homo'
seekers' crowds If they come from
tho Indian Territory." said a tlrod de
pot employo as he answered tho same
old quostlon.
A Specific End
For which to save is needed
by some men. If you could
say: "I am paying for $io,ooo,
of ; Per Cent 20-Year Gold
Bonds mine if I live my
amily's if I die and I must
save enough for that," would
you put aside more than you
do now ?
If Intetoted In the term on which thcx
bortdi can be bought on the lotUlmcnt pUo.
addrtu
he Mutual Life Insurance
COMTANY OF New YORK,
RicniBD A. WcCcuDV, Froidtnt,
Niw Yomic N. V.
THOMAS J. LOWE, Manager,
Guthrie, Oklahoma Ter.
Daniel Banto of Ottervlllo. Iowa
wiltes, "I have had nsthraa for threo
or four years and havo trlod nbout all
tho cough and asthma cures In tho
mnrltct and havo received treatment
from nhysiclans In Now Yom ana oth
or cities, but got vory llttlo boneflt
until I tried Foley's Honey and Tar
which gnvo mo lramedlato relief and
I will never bo without it in my
houso. I sincerely rccommond It to
all. Donnor & Banner.
WJion a man doesn't grumblo at his
dinner, his wife feels that hor cook
Ing has been paid a compliment.
Lightning froozen for tho aummcr
cream at
6-tf. WILLIAMS. COnilN & CO.
The Passing of the Indian.
In a lecture rocontly glvon TUv
M. Cormor of Kansas City, prosontc
tho following beautiful sontlmont
"Ills closing hours hnvo come. II
Is passing from us In tho sllonco of
hla naturo. Tho futuro will sot his
ronianco to muslo and sing his song
nnd wrlto Inscriptions on great monu
monts erected to tho memory of
lost race Tho history of tho Indian
Is tho tragedy of a race. His sun Is
fast setting behind tho wostorn hills
to which ho has boon driven and which
ho lovod so woll. Ho has stopped
asldo, down and out. When fill rec
ords shall hnvo boon closed, nnd tho
nations of tho earth shall pass under
tho oyo of Him who ovor-rulos all,
will bo found that tho Indian filled
his strango place and bore his peculiar
part In it all. Wo must remombor h
was tho nrst American."
Orcen grass, cooling shades and
cold water are good things of old
summor tlmo, if It is an ico chest
water cooler or lawn mowor you need
G-tf, WILLIAMS, COItHN & CO
Subscribe for the Ardmorelte.
A TEXAS WONDER.
HALL'8 GREAT DISCOVERY.
Ono 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 of the kid
neys and bladder in both women and
mon. Itcgulatcs bladder troublo In
children. If not sold by your druggist
111 bo sent by mall on receipt of SI
One small bottlo Is two months' treat
ment and will euro any caso above
mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL.
Solo manufacturer, SL Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists and W. B.
Framo, Ardmoro, I. T.
READ THI8.
Ardmoro, I. T Oct. 17, 1902.
Dr. B. W. Hall. SL Louis: I hnvo
suffored for years with kidney nnd
bladder troubles. I havo found ta'oro
rollef from using Texas Wonder, Hall's
urcat Discovery, than any other kid
noy anu uiauaor medicine, and can
safoly rccommond It to othors. VoYy
rospecuuny,
MRS, J. II. HOPKINS.
SANTA FE EXCURSIONS.
iVnnau'. meet of Young People's
Societies of Christian Endeavors of
Oklahoma and Indian territories, at
Outhrlo Juno 15, 1C and 17. Rato
$5.25.
Excursion rato to Galveston, Toxas,
Juno 1 to Scptombor 30. Rato J17.G5,
Annual mooting National Educa
tlonal Association, Boston, Mass.,
Juno 30 to July' 4. Rato"$15.70.
See tlqkbt agents for summor tour
ist ratos.
Special oxcurslon to San Francisco,
Los Angolcs and San DIogo, Cal., July
to 10. Rato $50.
Excursion rntes to San Angolo,
Toxas Juno 1 to Soptombor 30. Rate
$13.75.
National Encampment Grand Army
of tho Ropubllc, San Francisco August
to 14. Rato $45.
Excursion rates to Lampasas, Tox
as, Juno 1 to September 30. Rato
$9.85.
Annual convention Young People's
Socloty of Christian Endeavor, Don
ver, Colo., July 1 to 10. Rato $24.
Annual meeting Grand Lodgo Bo-
novolcnt and Protcctlvo Order of Elks,
Baltimore, Md., July 17 and 18. Rato
$38.90.
Imperial Council Ancient Arabic
Ordor, Nobles of tho Mystic Shrlno,
Saratoga, N. Y., July 4 and 5. Rato
$41.
Account of tho Fourth of July cele
bratlon tho G., C. &S. F. will sell ex
cursion tickets to any nolnt on their
line.
Account Emancipation celebration
tho Santa Fo will soli excursion tick'
eti 10 points on their line June 18 and
19 for ono and onc-islrl fares.
Seo ticket agont for summer tourist
rates.
G C. & S. F. tourist rates to Sul
pkur Springs. May 20 to Sopt. 30
Rate, $2.C0.
Emancipation Day Celebration.-
Juno 18 and 19. Rato, ono and one
third fares.
IntornaUonal Epworth Lcaguo Con
vention. Dotrolt, Mich., July 14 and
15. Rato, $33.20.
Saongorfest of North American
Sac'ngcrbund, St. Louis, Mo., Juno 15
and 10. Rato $20.20.
Annual mooting Travolors' Protcct
lvo association. Indianapolis, Ind
Juno 7, 8 and 9. Rato, $29.70.
National Association of Master
Plumbers of tho United States. San
Francisco, Cal., ?i
Seo ticket agent for summer tour-
1st rate.
W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agent
W. A. Ledbotttr. 8. T. Bledsoa
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Lodbottsr & Blsdso Build
lng, Main street
C. O. & G. EXCURSION RATES.
Peabody Normal Collogo Summer
School, Noshvlllo, Tonn., Juno 18
19. 20 and 21, July 2, 3, 4 and 5. Rato
$23.70.
Old Settlors rounlon and picnic,
Wnpanucka, I. T., July 7 and 8. Rato
$2.70.
International Epworth Lcaguo con
vontlon. Detroit, Mich., July 14 nnd
15. Rato $32.20.
Annual meeting Grand Lodgo Be
nevolcnt nnd Protectlvo Order of
Elks, Baltimore, Md., July 17 and 18,
Rato $38.90.
Annual meeting Sovereign Grand
Lodgo, I. O. O. F Baltlmoro, Md
Sept. 17, 18 and 19. Rato $38.90.
Annual meeting National Education
al Association, Boston, Mass., Juno 30
to July 4. Rate $45.70.
Emancipation Day celebration
18 and 19. Oono and one-third fares
Fourth of July excursion July
Ono fare plus 50 cents,
W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket AgL
Tax on Babies.
Extromo hot weather is a great tax
upon tho dlgestlvo power of babies
whon puny and feoblo thoy should be
glvon a fow doses of White's Cream
vermifuge, tho children's tonic. It
wilt facilitate tho digestion of tholr
food, bo that they soon become strong,
healthy and active, zee at w.
Fnuno's.
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LAWYERS.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. J. M. VADEN,
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco Ilourm 10 to 13 a. m.i 2 to t p. m.
Crrica Tiiomb ft). Hbidescb 'Piioxh"!.
Office In Noble
Building.
Residence, Cor. BSt
nnd 6th Avc.N. W,
DR. PHILIP S. CHANCELLOR,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco In Hardy building. Offlco
phono 122-2. Rcsldcnco, Banks Ho
tel, 'phono 178.
DR. J. M. VADEN,
Physician and Surgeon.
Especial attention given to dlsoaset
of women nnd chlldron.
Office la Noble building. Office
phono C8. Rcsldcnco 'phono 71.
W. M. ANDERSON,
Veterinary Surgeon.
White & Smith's Stabls.
Res. "Phone No.
203
DOCTOR R. a. MOORE
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
OFFICES: In Noble Buildine
Telephoned Realdence 76, Office 115.
Dr. F. 1?. vol? libeller,
Ooollit and Anrlil.
Special attention clren to Burner sad
Dlaeaie of the
dYE, EAR, NOSB AND THROAT
masses Accurately Fitted.
Offloe aver nonner & Donner'i Drna-Blora
Boomi SandB. Ardmoro. I. T.
'Pnonet Ileildenoe It, Offloe is
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Flood of Goods
T THE
Ardmore Dry Goods Co.
And they were bought for 50c on the dollar.
For the next THREE DAYS we are going to
give the Men and Boys a chance to fit them
selves up cheap
I Thursday,- Friday and Saturday,
JUNE 18, 19 and 20.
&
! Ono lot of Men's serge Blue
Suits, ever' thread wool, tailor
th ramie, chunp for $10.00 choicn
only $5.98
o One lot of Men's lifjht weight
ohoviot Rrpen stripe, beautifully
made and looks liko n $12.00
Suit only $5.98
One lot of Youth's crash and
O linen SuitF, two piece Suits, one
15 to 18 yonrj, Ioiir Pants, not
line is worth less than $4,00 up
fe $C00 they ro at $1 98 n Suit.
i rv il - it.i..
Will- llll Ul iUUUI H OU11S,
15 to 18 years, lone; Pants,
iitviot and casimere they nre
i heap fur $4 00. 5 0U and 0.00.
i hey ro for $1.98
One lot of Men's Black Clay
Worsted Suits, Ihe $5 00 kind,
as long as they last $2.48
One lot of Blue Linen Suits.
nlways $3 0 to $4.00 thoy tro
t9r $1.98
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Ono lot of Men's Black Silk
Alpaca CoutB, nil sizes, they are
worth from $3.00 to sH.GO, tako
ouo for $1.90
Boys' Knee Pants 20c
Boys Bhirts.. 20a
One lot Men Fur lints thoy
sell for $2 00 for throo dnys
98o
Ono lot of Men's EiiRlish
Madras Shirts beautiful colors,
wholesale thoy cost $9.00 per
doztn, thoy retail for $1.00 nnd
$1.25. They ro for 69o
Ono lot of extra flno F onch
Madras shirts, llit-y cost Sit! Si
mon $12 00 pt'i-dnz'ii, (lrit cost
they retail for $1.50 onch. Thoy
ro for 90o
Ono lot of Men's white and
colored Madras Sbirts, no one
would ask less than 75 cents,
For threo days 45c
Men's Gauzo Undershirts tho
35 cent kind, for 20c
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Meh's Drawers Bleach and
Borwn Drill nlso BalbrigRan
tho 35 cent kind, for....20o 0
All of our 75 cent underwear, 0
ro for 45c 0
Just received n beautiful lino
of Lidics Skirts In Lustor, 0
Broadcloth, Cheviote and many
other favorite and stylish Roods.
They aro light weiRhts and tho 0
real thiiiR for summer wear.
Ask to seo theftj;. Special
prices.
Ono dozen whito string Lawn 0
Ties for 10c 0
Ono dozen Fancy Lawn string
Ties for
.10c
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All of our 25 and 35 cent Ties 0
for 20c y
All of our 5'J cent Ties go 0
for
Men's Handkerchiefs,
and colored, 7 for
.26c
white
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Remembar the Date Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 18, 19 and 20.
Ardmore Drv Goods Companv,
BIG CASH STORE.
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DR. i. W. SMITH,
Physician and Surfleon.
Offlca In Gorman Building.
Offlco 'Phone 03 Rtngi.
ReBldoncn 'Phono 14.
Offlco hours 10 to 12 a. m., I to 4 p. m.
Special attention glv to Dlioaiei ot
Woman and Children.
Wnlter Hirilr.
a. rhDn it.
J.O. UeHMI,
Ki.Phonu.
hardy & Monies.
Physicians and Buuokons.
OOoi bourn 10 lo 11 1. m.. 1 la t n. n..a
4 to t p. m, Bandiyi, 10 lo 11 a. m. inailol
p. m, umoa rnon m. omen orer utmier'i
flrnB nor oornor Mln nil Oiddo itrstli.
W. M. OnANOELLOR
Physician and Surgeon
Wa make dlaaasRS of womnn anil nhl'..!rAR
and cenaral operative anriferr a apeclalty.
Reildeoon, a atreet nortbeait, aeoond door
north ot Third avenue:
Offlco with Ardmore Drug Co.
Dfflco phono 86, residence jihone 228.
Poppas-1 n' jgp
EASTg WEST
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DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Free Reclining: Chair Cars on all Trains
Pullman Buffet Drawlng'rtoom Sleeping
Cars, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars
between MEMPHIS and the
PACIFIC COAST
J. 8. MoNALXY, O. P. A.. QEO. H. LEE. Q. P. A.,
Oklahoma City, O. T. Llttlo Rook, Ark.
J.W.Shackleford. Mn.J.W.Shicklafcr
OR8. 8HACKLEFORD,
Otteopathlo Physician.
Wo treat both Acuto and Chronlo
taiei, but make a specialty of chromlt
dlieaiei and diseases of womaa.
Phona 218.
OHlce, 420 North Washington 8treet
DENTISTS.
OK. A. B. ADAM B,
D,m.NXIS,l.
i"hf Latest Improvement, (or Orowr
and BrldRO Work
Looil anailhetlgi admlnlilaraS (or la
salnlati xtraetlon ot ill.
All vork araaranusd. Prloti to sslt u
Itmai.
ass orr auadol's lor. Irdnori.l.i
ONE FARE ROUND TRIP.
CHICAGO Slimmer School 4.
On snlo Jnno 13. Limited 8ept. 15. L
SAU VTOrJA. N. Y, Imporinl Council, Mystin Shrine 4.
On sale July 4-5. Limit July 20. Extension to July 31. .1
ONE FARE PLUS $2.00.
110HTON, MASS National Hilucatlonal Aaaoclatlon
On Jalo June no, July 1-J, LtmlteitJuly Is. Kxtenalnn to September 1.
nKTIlOlT. MICH - Kpworth league Conference
On aalnJulrl3.il. Limited July 23. Kiton.lon Aucuat lo.
IIALTlMOnR. MI) Annual Meotlnir n. P. O, Elka
On aale July 19. 17. Limited July IJ Eztenalon July 31.
ONE FARE PLUS $2.25.
NASHVILLR. TENN Peabody Colleito HummerTSchool
On aale May 31. June 1,1, Is, so. H.Julr 3. 4.S. Limited 14 tlaya.
Kxtenaloo September 80.
KNOKVILI.G, TENN - Summer Hohonl ottbe South
On aale June 21, 22. 23, 28.29, July &. 8. 13-20. Limit 15 days.
Extenalon HeptomberiSO.
Alio regular Summer Tocrl.t Itti to all polnta, on aale dally.
FOR PARTICULARS)
Ask Any Cotton Belt Man.
BANKRUPTCY NOTICE.
In tho United States Court for tho
Southorn District of tho Indian
Torrltory.
In tho matter ot It. E. Philips, bank
rupt, In bankruptcy. No. G.G44.
To tho Ilonorablo Ilosoa Townscnd,
Judge of tho District Court of tho
Unltod States for tho Southorn Dis
trict ot tho Indian Torrltory:
It. 13. Philips, of Ardmoro, In tho
Southern district ot tho Indian Ter
ritory, In said district, rospectfully
roproscuts that on tho 30th day ot
March last past, ho was duly ad-
JudRod bankrupt undor tho acts of
coDKrcsa relating to bankruptcy; that
ho has duly surrendered all his prop
erty and rlghtu of property, nnd has
fully compiled with nil tho require
ments of Bald acts and of tho ordors
ot tho court touching his bankruptcy.
Whcrcforo ho prays that ho may bo
decreed by tho court to havo a full
discharge from all debts provablo
against his estato undor said bank
rupt acts, oxcopt such dobts as are
excepted by law from such discharge.
Datod this Gth day ot Juno, A. D..
1903. It. B. PHILIPS, DankrupL
Herbert, Walker & Cannon, Attys.
OR ADDRESS
T. V. LITTLP.Ptiarrtfcr AfrPt Crralcana .). M. MORGAN, T, P. A
Fort Worth. A. S, WAOM2B, T. P. A. Waco,
JOHN F. LUH. NO, Ocn. Freight &
Paaa. Agt. TYLER, TGXAS
The Ardmoreife
JOB PniXTIHG!
Southern District ot tho Indian Ter
ritory, bs:
On this Gth day of Juno, A. D., 1903,
on reading the forogolng petition.
it is ordored by tho court that a hear
ing bo had upon tho samo on tho
19th day of Juno A. D. 1903, boforo said
court at Ardmoro, in said district, at
9 o'clock in tho forenoon, and that
notice thorcof bo published in tho
Ardmorelto, a newspaper printed in
said district, and that all known
creditors and other persons Inter
ested may appear at tho said tlmo
tlmo and place and show causo, It
any thoy havo, why tho prayer of
said petitioner should not bo granted.
It Is furthor ordered by tho court
that tho clerk shall send by mall to
all known creditors coplos ot said
potltlon and this ordor, addressed to
them at their places ot rosldenco as
stated.
Witness, tho Ilonorablo Hosea
Townsend, Judgo ot tho said court.
and tho seal thereof, at Ardmore, In
said district on the Gth day of June,
1903.
(Seal.) C. II. CAMPBELL,
Clerk.
First published Juno 7, 1903.
Foley's Honey Bag Tflf
cures colds, prevents pncarrioajs.
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