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CHOCTAW NATION TEACHERS.
List of Appointed Announced by the
Supervisors Ballard and Mitchell
announco tho following appointments
of teachers In tho Choctaw nation
schools for tho ensuing year:
Allen, D. A. Bridges; Albion, Johm
Alborson; Bothol No. 2, Allco Dyrd;
Dcnnlngton No. 2, Desslo Miller; Uok
calto. Mrs. Mao Hamilton; Bethlehem,
Gortrude Uncon; Bethel No. 1. FmJ
ale Fnnnli.; Big Hill, Vnlllu SUlci.ii.
Bcnnlrpton No, 1, Lco.'n Rjs'.ull;
tlnyou Jnmos Strawn; Beach Crock,
Mary A. Smith; Black Jack, T. V.
Wasson; Cold Spring, 12. II. Alison;
Calloway, Gcrtrudo Merrill; Choat
Spring, Bcrnlco Post; Censor, J. A.
Klrksoy; Cedar, Cus Merrlman; Chant
K. H. Burrows; Cartorsvlllo, F. M.
Lylo; Chlshoktah, A. L. Paxson; Cal
vin, Ora Wtngfiold; Doakcsvlllo, Jow
ell Damon; Dtinlap, Emma Horlndy;
Kntorprlse, J. J. Powell; Ellis Chap
el, Lizzie Mooro; Ferguson, Halllo
Mooro; Frlnlc, Mattlo Collins; Good
Spring, Cooper Wllllnghara; GoOdwa
tor. Mrs. L. C. McCluro; Gills, L. B.
Lorko, principal; M. A. Mc Arthur, as
sistant; Guertlc, O. W. Ross; Grant,
J. Y. Collins; Green Hill, Blanche Wil
burn; Harking. Agnos Browning;
Hochatown, Scotta Davis; Houston,
Mrs. J. Klrksoy; Howe, Myrtlo King;
Indlanola, Allco M. Mlllor; James,
Glosslo Pierce; Kiowa, Noll M. Wake
field; Kulll Tuklo, Ola Pock; Kulll
Chlto, P W. Campboll; Klntn, Josslo
Hower; Kennedy, Daisy Itecd; Kulll
Bak, Lucy Thomas; Kon Chlto, Ldura
M Clay; Llttlo Sans Bois, M. P.
Hotchkln; Living Land, Ncttlo Irvlno;
Lennox No. 2, Joshua Anderson; Len
nox No. 1, Fnnnlo H. Dalzcll; Mount
Zlon, A. J. WUlklns; Marysvlllo, Mar
tha Loughlnhouso; Mount Parish, W.
'Jf H. Ashton; Norman, Mary Parish;
Nunnll Takalo, Lucy Hattcher; Oak
9tf T .1 f iff T T 1 . . M. .1
land, Washington Berry, principal;
Old Goodland, Bella Blbbons, assist
ant; Pleasant Hill No. 2, J. A. Baylos;
Pleasant Hill No. 1, Annie Sankoy;
Pino Spring, Lon Holdsworth; Post
Oak drovo, J. N. Folsom; Qulnton,
Grace Konnon; Sugar Loaf, Annlo
Schubert; Stlglor, J. C. Terrell; S
llem, Mrs. Lou M Itowlcy; Slllann,
IJoo Dukes; Stockbrldgo, Buck Beard;
iStrlngtown, Graco Shepherd; Sugar
Creek, Mattlo Kcnnon; Summorflold,
fiAda Holson; Savanna, Florcnco B,
Morris; Sardln, Lovo McCurtnln;
ISprlng Chnpcl, Clara Redman; Splro,
A TIM1 Siitnhiir Hnrlntro Ti1nrnnnn
Stickler; Tishomingo, Anna Scales;
Toloka, B. F. Walker; Tamaha, John
A. Phlpps; Ushery, Llzzio Hatchor;
Utlca, B. M. Strothcr; Wolf Crook,
Estclla Perry; Wadosvlllo, Josoph
Pleara; Whlto Sand, Edna M. Mlllor;
Water Holo, Pearl Maynor.
Tho selection of teachers for tho
academics has not yet boon mndo.
Treat Your Kidneys for Rhcumatlsr
When you nro suffering fromrheu
matlsm, thp kldnoys must bo attended
to at onco so that they will eliminate
tho uric acid from tho blood. Fok
Kidney Curo is tho most effe
remedy for this purpose R. T. Hr
kins of Polar. Wis., says: "After un
successfully doctoring thrco years for
rhoumntlsin with tho host doctors', I
trlod Foley's Kldnoy Curo and It cured
110. I cannot speak too highly or tms
reat medicine." Bonnor & Bonnor.
Colored Excursion to Pine Bluff.
Onco moro wo aro going to have n
grand tlmo nnd wo want you all to
Join us. On August 3 tho Cotton Bolt
will run nn excursion from nil points
on Its lino in Toxas to Pino Bluff, tho
maximum rate being $t for tho round
Tho Arkansas Stato Fair Street
Carnival and Emancipation Jublloo
vlll bo In progress Aug. 4, 5, 0, 1903,
mid tho limit ot your tlskot will enable
ou to spend tho cntlro tlmo In Pino
luff. Elabornto arrangements I'avo
eon mndo for your entortalnnient, In-
hiding basoball, gamo for champion
hip of Arkansas and Texas. Speech-
a by men of national ropjfatlon
nlondid bands will furnish music on
Pino Bluff Is strictly a colored man's
wn. tnoy owning uno uumunKs,
dslnoss houses and flno parks which
lit bo thrown open for your pleas
For details of cntortalument,
i.usemont, otc, vatc'i for oig oi3
nsk any Cotton Belt agent. Bo
a in co to this grand Jubilee For
1 Information write to
W. M. Stratlmlro,
ainr-MiPniia. nlmnles. creasy faces
mmlilv rnmnloxlons. wnicn nro r
imon nraong women, ospociunj
nt a portnin nco. destroying neau
JlsflKurlnK and snaking repulslvo
lurea which wouiu omerwmu ui
nttractivo and reflnod. inaicnio
tho liver is out of order. An oc
Konal doso of Horblno will cloanso
bowels, regulate tho liver ana so
polish a clear, neaitny corapiosiuu
SANTA FE EXCURSIONS.
Summer school, Kansas City, July
3d, 11th, ISth, 25th. Rato 115.50.
Excursion rato to Galveston, Toxas,
Juno 1 to September 30. Rato f 17.65.
Excursion rates to San An goto,
Texas June 1 to September 30. Rato
National Encampment Grand Army
of tho Ropubllc, Sen Francisco August
1 to 14. Rata 145.
Excursion rates to Lampasas, Tex
as, Juno 1 to September 30. Rato
G C. & S. F. tourist rates to Sul
phur Springs, May 20 to Sept. 30.
International Epworth Lcaguo Con
vention. Detroit, Mich,, July 14 and
15. Rato, $33.20.
Seo ticket agent for summer tour
Wi A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agent.
Tho Tribal Development company
of Tishomingo, I. T., Is tho strongest
real estato company In tho Indian
Torritory. Tho man who desires to
becomo in possession of lands hero
can find no bettor medium. Tho rec
ords of their ofllco aro open to thoso
Interested and absoluto fnlr dealing
and bona fldo contracts nro assured.
Tho Indian will find that this com
pany will look after his interests and
It you hnvo lands to lenso you will bo
well paid to turn your business over
to this company. Seo tho names ot
tho ofllcers and directors clsowhoro
In this paper. 18-dw-tf.
Procrastination Is a banana peel
that has caused tho downfnll of many
Just About Bedtime.
Tako a Llttlo Early Rlsor It will euro
constipation, biliousness and liver
troubles. DoWItfa Llttlo Early Ris
ers nro different from other pills. Thoy
do not grlpo and break down tho mu
cous membranes ot tho stomach, liver
and bowels, but euro by gently arous
ing tho sccrotlons and giving strength
to theso organs. Sold by City Drug
Probably thero Is nothing more
touching than tho youth who is strug
gling with a moustache.
No False Claims,
Tho proprietors of Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advcrtlso this as a
suro euro for consumption. Thoy do
not claim It will euro this dread com
plaint in advanced casos, but do pos
itively assert that It will euro in tho
earlier stages and novcr fails to gtvo
comfort and relief in tho worst cases.
Foley's Honey and Tar Is withe
doubt tho greatest throat and lung
remedy. Rofuso substitutes. Donner
No man Is so powerful or so great
that ITo Isn't afraid of somebody and
usually that somebody Is a woman.
When Other Medicines Have Failed
Tako Foloy'B Kidney Curo. It has
cured when everything clso has dls
ppolntod. Bonner & Bonnor.
Of qourso It is usoiess to worry.
but thon it Is Just as useloss to toll
tho average man that it Is uselos3 to
The Perfect Liver Medicine.
Mrs. M. A. Jolley, Noblo, O. T
wrltos: "I havo used Horblno for r
number ot years nnd can cheerfully
rccommond It as tho most porfect It
er niciiicino ana iuo greatest uion
puorflor. It Is a modlcino of posltlv
morlt, and fully accomplishes nil that
claimed for It." Malaria can no
find lodgment In tho system whllo tho
liver Is in porfect order, for ono of
Its functions is to prevent tho absorp
tion of fovcr producing poisons. Hor
blno Is a most oillclont liver regula
tor. DOc at W. B. Framo's.
Bowaro of tho widow who firmly be
lieves that sho Is an oxamplo of tho
survival ot tbo fittest, says an old
They Will Buy It Back.
You assume no risk when you buy
Cbamborlaln's Colic. Cholera and D
arrhoca Itoraody. Tho City Drug Storo
J. Itnmsoy or Ardmoro Drug Co.
r bowel com-
will rotund your monoy
not satisfied after using
orywhoro admitted to bo tho
cessful remedy In usr for bowel com
plaints and tho only ono that never
falls. It Is pleasant, safo and reliable.
It makes a woman almost as mad to
find a long hair on hor husband's coat
ns It does him to find ono In tho but
Two Sottles Cured Him.
"I waj Iroublod with kldnoy com
plaint for about two years," wrl"
A. II. Davis of Mt. Storllng. Ia., "but
two bottles of Foley's Kldnoy Curo
effected a permanent curo. Donner &
Tho nucor things a woman wears
don't puzzio a man as much as why
sho docs it.
Itov. W. U niloy, L.L..D.. Cuba, N.
Y., writes: "After flftoon days of ex
pmnlatlne naln from Bclatlc rhouma-
tlsra, under various treatments, I was
induced to try uaiiaras anow um
mnnt. tho first application giving m
first relief, and tho second entire ro
lief. I can glvo It unqualified rccom
mnnrtntlnn. 2Bc 50o and $1 at W. D.
Foley's Honey am Tat
cures colas, prevents pneumuum.
New and Second-hand Ooodi ot all klndi bonrht, (old, rented, oiohnnced
and repaired. We can fit you up from Kitchen to r-arlor fur CAHH or BABY
PAYMENT8, Water Cooler, netrlsorfttora, Screen Doors and I Hummocks 3
at cost while they laat. nlnic ap No. lot, (or nnrthlnit you want.
Opposite Pennington Qroccry Co.,
White SewngIYlschlncs are tho
Jjj ....DUALURS IN....
pi...i. j r1 n .
piapie ana racy oiocenes,
Hardware, Lumber and all kinds of Building Material 33
jo Exclusive Aseuts for the
S P?t nt Qn aIp nnnKiin Inn1
T MprnhfintF. nil Flour. OrocGrieg. Etc.
niQiifST mm m paid
"Trade with us
Short journeys to Northern lako resorts will be more
popular this Bummer than ever. Many have already
arranged their summer tours via
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
ami many more are goinc to do likewise. Booklets that
will help you to plan your vacntion trip havo beeu
issued tor those interested, and will be sent on receipt
of pottage, as follows:
"In Lakeland" and
"Lake Okobo! and
343 Mln Street.
I A Magnificent
An opportunity will be given some social
Educational or Fraternal organization to
secure a pink lihrary irkb
ji Absolutely Free-Hearly
You will bo better pleased with
your refrigerator if it's a Whlto Moun
tain. Sto'nj Kennedy & Spraglns
P'lhucrlhe for the Ardmorelte.
Meets all trains. Good
prompt service- Wire
J. R. BLYTHE,
best mdc.aUasy Payments.
Celebrated "Lender" Flour.
.Qnnniti 1 m!rtoa nionn t
m am m im.
and be Satisfied."
FOR INTUUIOR FINISH
We carry a full stock of Sash,
Doors, Balusters, Etc., in oak
and hard woods, white and
yellow pine. All kinds of
mill work, Mouldings, Posts
and Wainscoting. Our prices
arc richt. our lumber is full
seasoned, of the best quality
and our deliveries prompt
Spirit Lake," 4o.
Library Free ii
200 Volumes, ii
Will bo paid by tho Chickasaw
Stockmen's Association for the
arrest and conviction ot anyone
stealing stock of any kind from
any membnr of this Association.
Notify Jeff Payne, Pauls Val
loy, Cnarloy Roll, Roff, I. T.,
or W. L. Lapaloy, Wynnowood,
I. T., Inspectors.
DR. T. P. IIowell, Pres.
O, F. Hi. ley, Seo.
It is well to bo on with tho now
lovo beforo tho old ono throws you
To make your home complete and
your kitchen neat and comfortable
you need only a Oarland stove.
J. D .SPRA01N8 ft CO.
J. A. niVENR.rren.
DON LAO Y, Vice Pres.
The City National Bank
Ardmork, I. T., May 23, 1903.
This certifies that FIVE HUNDRED DOL
LARS ($500.00) is on deposit in this bank payable
only to the successful candidate in the Merchant's
A. II. PALMER, Cash.
THE MERCHANTS' $500 CASH PRIZE FUND
launching this contest wo do
of cvory ono. It Is a fund created by
moro, Indhn Torritory, who proposo
to iho orgs Izatlon, public or prlvato,
bcr of votos botwoon this dato and
stltutlons In Ardmoro, or tho Indian
It Is well worth any offort you may put forth. With each 25o purchase
you got ono voto. Thoro shall bo no votos cold by any merchant or out
sider, nnd nny merchant so Boiling or disposing of votos shall, upon proof
be stricken from the list. You cannot voto your tickets In box or place
excopt at tho storo where your purchnso Is mndo. nnd thon only at tho
tlmo of your purchase Salosmcn
chaso rnd number of votes you aro en
with His or hor soiling number and prlvato mark of tho firm so Issuing
Tha Merchants' $500 Cash Prize Vot nn Ticket Aftor which you shall de
posit, samo In porson In securely locked boxes provided by tho morehant Is
suing tho voting tlckots, tho koy of which shall bo in tho custody ot tho
cashier of tho City National Dank of rdmoro. Indian Territory who shnll
opon nil boxec, count all votos and
onco each month. No merchant of tho Merchants' $500 Cash Vtha Fund
or any of tho clerks or employes shall bo ontltlod to any voto in this
contost, nor shall not bo nllowod to ollclt any votes for nny Institution
or organisation. On tho contrary, shill remain porfoctly neutral
On Saturday morning boforo tho hist 8unday ot each month Uio mor
chants of tho Morchants' $D00 Cash P -Isto l?nnd shall tako their voting box
cs to tho cashier at tho City National Hank that snmo may bo opened and
Dry Gooda and Shoes.
Mnddon, Sykcs & Co.
Wcsthclmor & Dnubo.
J. A. Loathorwood & Co.
Snss & Crawford.
Ardmoro Dry Goods Co.
J. 12. Hamilton & Co., Shoes,
Cincinnati Racket Store.
Haiti moro Rackot Store.
O. L. Dcnncs.
J. 1). Spraglns & Co.
Nolmd & Rollins, Qucenswaro.
Drugs and Books.
.J. H. Wall & Co.
F. J. Ramsey,
llonnor & Donner.
T. N. Colcmnn.
C. R. Jones & Dro.
Hall &. Hlllls.
M. T, Fnlkor.
W. C. Kendall.
J. A. Sklpworth.
A. A. Jlalloy.
4ft innMAnriTi? i
This Coupon, when Properly Filled
Oat and Signed will bo Good for
1 vote ten votes for
THROUGH THE HEART OF
The Great Southwest
"A GOOD WAY TO GO"
,1 FOR FAST TIME TAKE
J "THE KATY FLYER"
I ANY RAILWAY AOCNT WILL
BC QLAD TO rUHNIOH
S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Tou net more for your money In
heating and cook stoves at Spraglns'
than any other place. He sells the
Leader and the Garland. Can you
think ot better BtoresT
th moat healing mIv inth worl.
W. A. WOLVEIITON, Ant Ctsh'r
so with tho
tho undersigned morchnnt nf a!
to glvo tho sum of G00 in hard cash
that shall securo tho crnntnnf m.m.
December 22, 1003. Wo urgo all In.
Torritory, to compoto for this
PRIZE - OF $500.00.
shnll nlnco tho nmonnt nt vnnr mr.
.Itlcd to upon ovory tlckot. toitothcr
nako public record thereof at loast
V. A. Payne.
It. T. Dallns.
W. A. Ollllam.
11. P. Wymoro.
fc'iimlcra & Ilowman.
iMcCharon & Wobster.
J. M I.oyd.
W. H. Utley.
W. M. Pago.
Cold Storage Mnrkot.
J. L, Jt hnson, Saddlery anrt Har
less. tPraloy Dros., Lurabor.
D 11. Allen, Cnrrljgcman.
Charier Kcrner, Dutchor.
Chan Ilotchklss, Joweltt.
P. U. Tnrver, Jowolor.
'.- A. l'il.!a, Tinner.
J. J. S r.;fa, Tailor.
Farthing t: Coonor, Itt.'orA.
Coleman & Evans, Coafcct.CLcrs
T. U Sm:h. liveryman.
Tim vitl.cy. Uveryman.
Crown Pottling Works.
Miss Pnlrd, Milliner.
M.s Ji.ruct. Mllllnor.
Mrs. M. E. Spurgeon, Milliner.
inn i rr rrvimrvw to
(World'B Fair Special.)
Leaves Oklahoma City C:30 p. b.
Arrives Kansas City .7:00 a. m.
Arrives St. Louis 11:30 A. K.
Arrives Memphis ......... C: 00 p. nt.
(St Louts Express,)
Leaves Oklahoma City 7:C0 a. m.
Arrives St, Louis 7:15 a. in.
Loaves Kansas City 7:15 p. in.
Arrlv.s Oklahoma City.... 7:30 a. no.
(Arkansas and Oklahoma Eipreta) .
Leaves St. Louis 10:00 p. m.
Arrives Oklahoma City.... 6:45 p. m.
Through cars and Pullman sleepers
between Oklahoma City, Kansas City,
St. Louis and Memphis. For ratei
and other Information call on nearest
Frisco System agent, or address tho
undersigned. D. F. DUNN.
Dlv. Pass. Agt, WIchtU, Kaa.
SOME MEN PAY
n nnn for an pt to
v?IU,UUU mana(fe their fid
vertising. There aro others
who JK for an annual BnbBcrip
pay tioa to Printer's Ink
and learn what all the advertis
ers a,re thinking about.
Bat even tbeis r not tt xtrtm
riohd. Thsr r man who lote ot
SHIft. nnn Tr tfolne- nllhr. o.
i v v i inBiDlseopriaaaUkaatit
Ut w. D, Frame's.