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B. Y. P. U delegates Return.
Miss Daisy Nichols has returned
from Atlnnta. Oa , where sho went ns
delegate for the Indian Torrltory to
the national B. Y. V. U. convontton
hold there July 9 to 12.
There' were about 3,000 dologates
present, representing alt tho statos
and part or Canada.
To look over the groat auditorium
one could not help being Impressed
with an order that could bring togeth
er such a ropresentatlvo body.
Tho American Hags, state seals and
Canadian banners Intermingled, and
at ono time the representatives from
Ontario Joined In a chorus of "God
Save tho King," followed by tho
state Bong of America. After which
all sang ono grand union song.
.Many amusing things happened,
among which was tho way some of tho
delegates did who wero not allowed
tlmo to tell nil they wanted to say.
They wore only given two minutes
each and woro okpectcd to talk busi
ness of the ordor strictly; but many
did as tho Kontucky delegate who had
to say something about his stato'B
pretty women and flno horses, and
when ho did get to his subject his
time was gone nnd the official buwor
told him bo.
Tho Indian Terlrltory delegation ac
quitted Itself perfectly; tho spokes
man made his speech In round figures,
was cheered three times and took up
a mlnuto nnd forty-flvo seconds;
which was fallowed by a song from a
Muskogee composer, the only original
song during tho convention.
Sulphur Springs In tho Indian Ter
ritory was actually considered ns a
meeting placo for next year. Los An
golas! California, was chosen, howov
or,'ns tho noxt meeting placo.
PJano and Violin Pupils Solicited.
Miss Artello Flaalkcn, graduata pu
pllt)f A. G. ItQlchert of Texas Fouinlo
Seminary, nnd holding oxcollont testi
monials from Chas. Lamlon of Lan
don Conservatory, Dallas, Toxas, so
lloltfe pupils nt Jior studio, 31G First
Avar., southwest, (C. P. mnn.wi after)
July 20, 1003.
An .extended course In theory, tech
nique and musical history qualifies
Mlsi Flanltam for excollent work, and
no 0mo or enro will bo spared to load
tho' pupils to understand tholr work
In nddltlon to regular lossons, class
lossons In theory and musical history
togthor with monthly recitals will bo
a feature of her work. 15-4t.
Tho danco liall. Mr. Flanlkon was
very' bitter against tho dnnclng hall.
Ho said that was tho placo whore
thore was more virtuos lost than any
other placo, and called them damna
tion hoi os. Ho said raoro womon wore
ruined in dnnco halls than anywhorc.
He didn't thhik any girl could got Into
a man's arms to dnnco nnd keop her
religion. He said he could not hug
a. woman without Sinning, and ho was
fifty years old. Tho hall room was
tho devil's shop -was a hell. Ard
morelto (Jnly 1, 1903).
For sixty cvnturles tho girls have
been dancing in tho arms of the sons
of men and have lost neither charm,
self-respect or religion. Iot-'er-go
Finnlken, for Inveigh ngalnst as you
will, she will find fun In It still. Tho
reverend gentleman says that ho is
fifty years old and cmt't hug a woman
This being tho case, wo would sug
gest that tho parson concontrnto his
physical energies upon a William
Fifty years old and can't hug a
woman without sinning! Tho Ard
more evangelist seems to not only
need stimulating brain food but n
powerful mornl tonic
When tho medlclno man told us
that dlseaso lurked In pretty pouting
Hps, wo thanked God that thero was
left to us tho non-mlcroblc hug.
Now comes Flanlken (who cannot
hug without sinning) and would ruth
lessly wrest from those who think
they can hug without sinning, ono of
llfo's sweetest pleasures.
Gentle reader, did It over occur to
you UTat In a mora! point of view, It
Is a far cry from the up-to-date clerl
cal tiug to die robust, love and friend
ship embrace of ye olden tlmeT The
former Is often charged with a sin
virus that works mischief in tho fold,
while the latter has a record for
harmlessness that cannot bo attackod
Tho sisters should certainly quaran
tine against Flanlken. Joo Leather-
man In Chlckasha Enterprise, July
The Kingman make of tanning lm
plements havo taken precedence over
very other make. Thoy ropresont
norfectlon In fanning tools. Sold by
Williams, Corhn & Cou
When a mother approves a mnn who
Is interested In Her daughter it is
sign sho would llko to pad the gate
wjioro thoy say good-night.
Foley's Kidney Cure
vutike kidneys and bteddet rlthl
Pauls Valloy, I. T., July 18. Plenty
of warm, growing woathor.
Corn and cotton aro making a won-
Frank Sneed of ML Scott, Ok.. Is
hero UiIb week.
Tho Lowenstoln brothers hf.ve been
among us this week, and when wo
say they aro fine musicians wo don't
exaggerate in the least.
Ellis Wilkes, wife and baby, camo
up this week and Intend to mnko this
city their future homo.
Wo notice a good many prospectors
hero this week.
Several of our people attended the
picnic at Lindsay Wednesday.
T. D. Wagner and family wero vis
itors this week.
Yesterday the preliminary trial of
Mr. Morehead, for tho killing of Frank
McMlneman, near Wynnewood. was
heard by Judgo Pfelffer. Morehead
was bound over to await tho action
of tho grand Jury.
Ycsterdny several of , our folks and
a baseball team went to Wynnewood.
Result, 9 to 5 In favor of Wynnewood.
Mr. Fitzgerald o' Ardmoro was
A. J. Hompstreet was In town
Ask Jake Ilarack If llttlo Tom Mar
tin Is a good tailor, especially when
It comos to cutting pants.
Miss Lano of Cooper, Texas, Is vis-
IMrg friends here.
One of the nicest affairs that has
taken place In our city of late was a
ball given at tho residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Mac Dorchester's last night. To
say that It was a success would bo a
small way of putting It. Messrs.
Lowenstoln Ilros., Pnrham nnd Pow
ers furnished the music,
T. K Nowburn, the hustling mer
chant from Johnson, wns hero this
Mr. Wllbnnks of Byars wns a visitor
The deputy marshals hero have
been making the glass and crockery
pop this week at tho oxpross office,
especially whon thore was the for-
hlddon Ifoverago In thorn.
Messrs. Tom Frooman, Wottorrnack
and Day attonded tho basoball game
at Wynnewood yosterday, and as the
result of tho gamo wo think Wettor-
mark: nnd Freeman "woro right side
Mr. Pratt of Mays was a visitor
Miss Dorchester, -nloco of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Mac Dorchester, of Purcoll, Is
The Foundation of Health.
Nourishment is tho foundation
health llf strength. Kodol Dys
pepsla Cure Is tlo ono great medicine
that enables tho stomach and dlgostlvo
organs to digest, nBslmllato and trans
form all foods Into tho kind of blood
that nourishes tho nerves and feods
tho tissues. Kodol lays tho founda
tion for health. Aaturo does tho rest
Indigestion, dyr.pepsla and nil dlRO
drs of the ctoiinch and digestive
ganB aro cured by tho use of Koilr
Sold by City Drug Store.
Lindsay, Jury 17, Wo nro having
hot, dry weather mid tho dust Is very
Com prospects nre excellent.
Cattlo on the Tange nro doing well
Andrew A. Ventch has sold his
newspaper, tho Lindsay News, to Mr.
Trllllngham of Clinton, Indiana. Mr,
Vcatch will return to Toxas and do
evangelistic work for tho Chrlstlnn
Our picnic was a thow jh success
Wo entertained nbout 3a JO people.
Wo had plenty to reed evory ono nnd
It. Hcnkel of Whltcsboro, Texas,
spoke on tho benefit of education
Sldnoy Suggs spoko on tho growth and
development of this country, and
John Arnolds had "fraternity" for his
The Death Pensliv.
A little thing somotlmcs results In
aoaui. thus a moro scratch, Insig
nificant cuts nr nnnv lmlU I.
tho death penalty. It Is wlso to have
iJucKiea-s Arnica baivo over handy.
It's tho best salvn nn nnrth mA n.ni
nrovent fatailltv when hnmi mi
ulcers and plies threaten. Only 25c
ui it, u, rTumoa urug store.
The Blow that Killed Father.
A donkey stepped Into n store and
tho proprietor approached tho beast
and asked: "What aro you doing
hereT You know this Is no placo for
a donkey." "I am here." said tho don
key, "because I saw your advertise
ment on the fence that eurroundB my
pasture. I know Vfm inn must lin
donkey or you "Would placo your ad
vertisement In a nanor whero It would
bo read by peoplo not donkeys. Being
lonesomo today I thought I would
neighborly and mako a fraternal call
Bronchitis for Twenty Years.
Mrs. Minerva Smltli of Danville, I !
writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty
yoars and ever got rollet until I
used Foloy'a-IIonoy and Tar, which
a sure euro, Bonner & Bonnor.
CURE FOR HAY FHVER.
The City Drug Store Says Hyomel
Will Give Relief Sold Under
The season for liny fovor Is almost
at hand and many peoplo feel that
thoy wll bo obliged to leave town In
ordor to avoid sneezing, watery eyes
nnd other annoying symptoms of this
dlagrecablo summer disease.
The City Drug Storo wishes us to
announco that when Hyomel Is used
cither ns n provcntlvo or euro thero
will bo no hny fever. They ndvlso
tho ubo of Hyomel for two or three
weeks beforo tho usual tlmo for the
annual appearance of hay fover. In
this way the nttack will be prevented.
If, however, tho preventive treatment
wns not started soon enough and tho
dlseaso comes on, use Hyomel six or
seven tlmos dally and also rub Hyo
mel llalm thoroughly Into tho nostrils
both morning and night. This treat-
montwlll glvo relief at onco nnd glvo
a speedy and pormnncnt cure.
Hyomel nctually brings Into your
own home n climate filled with ozono
and healing balsams, tho same air that
ono broathos nt tho Wllto Mountains
or othor health resorts.
Thero Is no stomach dosing when
Hyomel Is used. It Is naturo'B own
method for curing all diseases of tho
respiratory organs, and is breathed
through a neat pocket Inhaler that ac
companies every outfit, so that tho
medicated air reaches tho minutest
air cells, killing nil germs nnd sooth
ing and healing the Irritated mucous
It Is tho ono treatment of hny fover
whoro tho City Drug Storo guaran
tees to refund tho money If It does not
glvo satisfaction. All who are subject
to hay fovor should begin Its uso at
onco so as to prevent the disease.
Ono smnll bottle of Tho Texas Won
der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all
Kidney and blnddor troubles, removes
gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emis
sions, weak and lamo back, rheuma
tism and all Irregularities of the kid
noyfl and bladdor In both women and
men. Regulates bladder troublo In
children. It not sold by your druggist
win uo sent by mall on receipt of $1.
Ono Bmall bottlo la two months' treat
ment and will euro any caso above
mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL.
Solo manufacturer, 8u Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists and W. B.
Frame, Ardmoro, I. T.
Ardmore, I, T., Oct 18, 1902.
This Is to certify that tho Toxas
Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, cured
two of my family of kidney and blad
der troublo, and I can fully recom
mend It to others suffering In samo
E. J. STILWELL.
To S3 ted
Coll for It ISvorj
& Bottling Co.
St. louts, Dallas, Waeo
Foley's Honey and Tai
cures colds, prevents pneumonia
Anron n41n R ketrt jwid cecr1rtion may
lAdat mxvntrr iurtrur1nir natonta.
l'Airnt tfcea tiroorh litem A Co. rocolvr
lolchlf or certain our oj.lmoo fiee whether an
tout frva. UcU
.UTAntWt It rceVnbly PHtoTtutble. Cmrnuunlr.
-ftrwrtncriirMrruocuuau rinbapooKnn t'Mrrnu
tixrlat not to, without chante. in tho
A hantoin!y tlloBtrtlftd wekif, I.arfreat cir
culation at anf cKiUflo Jours). Tcrmi 3
rearr four kuoUm, f 1. Bold byaUI newa Jcaiera.
MUNN&Co.36'0 New York
Urmucli ufflca. 125 If HU Wuhlngton. I). C
4- IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4
A TEXAS WONDER.
HALL'8 GREAT DISCOVERY.
"Bread is the Staff of Life"
only when it is made of the
right kind of flour.
W. A. LedbetUr. S. T. Dledio
LEDDETTER A BLEDSOE,
Attorneys at Lav.
Office In LedbetUr & BUdio Qulld-
tng, Main street.
NO TROUBLC TO ANtwtn QUKTIONa.
Iwerb Pullman Vestiboled
Hamsome Reclining Chair Cars
ALL THROUGH TRAINS.
f T5 WITH tost mornlnsr and
trains to et. Louie and the
O D WITH Pullman Slaopors
n book Bcarrltt aout Coaches
a (without chanco) to Mow
Bt -.iNE WITH handsome new Cbalr
Crs through (without cbanae; dally,
to St. Louis. .Memphis and Kl Piuio.
MILY LINE WITH a eavlncr ot 1 2 hours
MTLY LINE WITH Tourist Blooplns
Oars, aeml-wookly, tbrouch (without
change) to San 'racc'.sco.
fSK FOR SCHEDULES OF OUR
I N COM PA RAD LC TRAINS,
E. P. TURNER,
(kNtlUl FAC4(NCEH AND TlCMT AOUtT,
J. C. FIELD, JR., C. E.
General Surveyor and Civil Enfllneer.
Indian Allotments a Specialty.
Tishomingo, Ind. Tor.
DR. L. U. DROWN,
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllco nt Coleman Bros Drug Storo.
Residence, opposlto Ico Plant, South
R. D. Moore, M. D. J. M. Vaden, M. D.
DR3. MOORE & VADEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offlce hours 10 to 12 in.; 2 to 4 p. m
Ofllco 'Phono C3. Noble Bulldlug.
Dr. Vndcn's residence 'phono 71
Un. Pbnn i
HARDY Jt MoKEEH,
Phyoiciamb and Hdhoeojib.
Offlce bonrii 10 lo li i, m., a lo t p. m.,oc
s to 8 p. m.i Bandiji, 10 to 11 a. m. and I to I
p. m, ODoe Fhoo in. OQcsorer IUmier'i
uiqk iur oaraar hud aoa uaano nrtaii
W. M. ANDER80N,
Queen of the Pantry.
It stands without a parallel
for fine bread and cake baking.
Tho Standard ttnnda of Coffee, Ton,! Bottled and Canned
uuuuo utu iiuiuul' uur hiuck. uo buii notuiuj; nnt 1110 oeat.
Medicated Salt in tho Block Form is
tho only genuine Medicated Salt.
Cull at the storo or write for particu
lars of this boon to stock raiBcrs.
I I BM I n ar C n K W W mm mm mmmm mm mm . d
The Insnranco National, the Standard NourExlosive
CookitiR Gasoliue Stovo. A luxury in evory homo, a neces
sity for safe, quick, comfortable cookine;.
drier 0 a K cook
For 52 years tho world's standard of cood BtoveB,
Whits & Smith's Stablt.
Res. Thone No. 203.
Lightning Ice Cream Freezers
Uso less ico nnd do tho work quickest, Our Superior
Water Coolers nro attrnctinp; nttention.
TO HIE ElfPllI COLUnDUS DUQQIfS
have their chief recommendation in the faot that moro of T
them are in use than any other bucirieg on the market- $
Our ntnrn in Iwniilnn it tora tnf '4
Shelfgand Heavy Hardware,
Builders' Supplies, Etc.
illiams, Corhn & Co.
The Hardware Men.
ARDMORE. - - IND. TER.
Oir. F. J. voij Kcllir,
flpaclal attention KlTen,to Bargeryand
Dlieaaea ot the
HYE, EAR, NOSB AND THROAT,
Olasses Accurately Fitted,
oaoecrar Donner & Donner'aDmgBlora
Hoomi I and S. Ardmora. I, x.
'Pbonat BaildeDoatl. Offloa is
DR. i. W. 8MITW.
Physician and 8urfjeon.
Ofllco In Gorman BuUdln.
Office 'Phono 63 Itlngi.
Residence 'Phone 14.
Offlce hours 10 to 12 a. m., S to 4 p. m.
Special attention glvt to Diseases ot
Women and Children.
W. M, CHANCELLOR
Physician and Surgeon
We mako dlaeaaeaot women and oblldroo
and general operative aareerj a apeclalty.
IlealdoDoe, a atroot nortbesat, aeeood door
north of Third avenue:
Offlce with Ardmore Drug Co.
Dfflco phone 80, residence phono 228.
Subscribe tor the Ardraoreite.
J.W.Shacklef ord. M rs.J.W.S hacklafcr
We treat both Acute and Chronlo uiw
f tis, but make a specialty of chronic
diseases and diseases of worn.
Office, 420 North Washington Street
DB, A. H. ADAMS,
The Latest Improvement for Grows
and Bridge Work.
Local aanitbetlci admlntitarad for lot
patnleia extraotlon of leatn.
All work cxaranlaad. Prloai to toll ihi
omca OTr nandnt'a l6ra. Ardmn' I
In 1 1 t ftrt.
bl to lUlrttart.
MEN AND WOMEN.
L'm Ilia for unntarl
Irritation or nluratloni
of taucoua membrane.
rainlM nnd not aitrln
cent or rolaoooai.
Raid hy XmigvUtB,
or lent In pUIn wrtfr",
I'T airrMt, rr.pald. foe
CUrralar lent on rnuMt.
Foley's Honey and Tai
(o- nhlldrra'jfe sure Yo violate
I ONE FARE ROUND TRIP.
On Bale Jnno 1.1. Limited Sent. 1fi.
SARA.TOGA, N. Y, Imperial Council, Mystic Sbrine
On sale July 4-5. Limit July 20. Extension to Jnly 31.
ONE FARE PLUS $2.00.
IiOBTON. MASB..... . National Kdnoatlonal Aaaoclatlon
n.2.??4?J.".B.o..S0,ul'1,J Limited July li. Extenalnn to Beptember 1.
DETllOIT, MIOII, .......... .v.-- Kpworth LeKuo Conference
OnaalBjnlyl3.il. Limited Jnly 13. Eitenalon AuguatlS.
BALTIMOIIE II D Annual Meetlni; II. I. O. Elka
On sale July 16, 17. Limited July 25. Extenalon Jul 31.
ONE FARE PLUS $2.25.
NABUVILLE. TENN. Peabody Collese Bummer Behoo;
On said May 81, June 1, 2. 19, 20, 31, Julr 3. i, 6. Limited IS days.
KNOKV1LLE, TENN ... .. Bummer School of the Booth
On .ale June 21, 22, 23, 2s. 5U, July &, e. 13-20. Limit IS days,
Extenalon September 20.
Alio reuular Summer Too rim rtntra tn all rolnta, on aale daily.
Ask Any Cotton Belt Man. I
OR ADDRESS .
T. I. LITTLF.i'aaarndrr AScnt Cor.ltani. ,D. M, MORGAN. T. P. A
I'art worth. A. S, WAunEB, T. P. A. Waco,
T JOHN F. LUIUM3, Ocn. FrclRht & Pass. At. TYLER, TEXAS
Usnolla brines np a number of ques
tions hard to decide, and chief of
these is always
Where to Go
Jnst now a cool place is the first requisite ; why not
There aro mountains for the ftronuouaj wild llowers nnd
strange rocks for the scientific; charming drives and excellent
Kolf links for the athletic, and mod
em hotels for the luxuriously in
clined. LOW RATES ALL SUMMER.
GEO, II. LOB, O. P. A., Little Rock. Ark
J. S. McNALLY, D. P, A , Oklahoma
City, O. T.
TAKE THE ARDMOREITE,