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ITlii- Dinner Hoar.
It Is a curious fict that with nlmost very generation the dinner hour has undergone n change, the principal meal of the day being eaten at different pe riods, from 10 o'clock In the morning until 10 o'clock at night. The author of "The Pleanurog of the Taulo" point out that In Knglnnd 400 or COO years ago peopla took four meals breakfast at 7, dinner at 10, supper at 4 and liv ery at 8. In Franco In the thirteenth century 0 In the morning was tho din ner hour; Henry VII. dined nt 11. In Cromwell's tlmo 1 o'clock had come to bo the fashionable hour nnd In Ailill- son's day 2 o'clock, which gradually .was transformed' Into. 4. l'opo found 1 fault with I.nily Suffolk for dining so , latonM. Four anil S continued to bo tho populnr dining hours auiauK tho aris tocracy until Urn second uVeinIe of tho nineteenth centnry, when dinner was furiuer postponed, from which period ' it 1ms sttftitllly continued to encroach upon the evening. A Plllisr'nt Trnliron. In tho "New LctU-rs anil Memorials -of Jano Welsh Onrlyle" Is a letter to tier husband In which occurs the fol lowing amusing Httlo fling nt Tenny son: , "Did you know that Alfred Tennyson Is to have a pension Tf 200 a year, aft er all?', feci has staled his Intention of recommending him to her gracious maj esty, -nnd that Is considered final A chacun scion sa capacitor Lady Har riet tolil nib ho wanted to marry; 'must Lavo a woman to llvo beside; would prefer n lady, but cannot afford ouc, and bo must marry a maidservant Mrs. Henry, Taylor said sho was about to write to him In behalf of their house maid, who was qulto n superior charac ter In lier way." I Teeth. Small, chalk white teeth are a sign of a weak constitution. Strong, normal teeth are Jurge ami yellowish while. Sometimes an enthusiastic novelist In depicting the charms of his hcrolno will give hpr two rows of pearls be tween her ruby Hps. Tho truth of tho matter Is ndthlng could bo'raoro ghast- unnatural or ' unbecoming than made of pearls. It is only "store that possess n high polish. maitei i V r T leoth l I bcth" He Knew n "Wny. Anxious Father But, my boy, unless you study you will know nothing. You will mako no money with which to buy things. Young Hopeful That's nothing". I'll havo everything charged, and I'll keep on that way till I got married. Meg gendorfer matter. . What's Ilrraro Them. iVThesc young society buds oro mere Juttcrflles." said tho Itov. Mr. Strait- lace. "They havo no thought of the fcuturo life." y 'Tit 111. Il1 Mnlliul f loo In. Wnlf "nil lmt- ,1nt Mntrlnmnr U always in their thoughts." Kxchnngo. When a great calamity befalls one. how It lightens it to talk about it after It Is overl Atchison Globe. Save the Children. Nlnety-nlno out of evory ano hun dred diseases that children havo aro duo to 0;isonlors of tho stomach, and thoso dVsordors aro all caused by In dlgostton. Kodol Dyspopsia Curo Is Just ifs good for children as it Is for njdults. Children thrlvo on It. It ItAeps tholr stomachs swoet and onccjurogofl their growth nnd devel opment Mrs. Honry Cartor, 705 Couf trsfti St., Nashville, Tenn., says: "My llJUlo boy Is now thrco years old and ' las been suffering from indlgostlon Ivor since ho was born. I havo had alio host doctors in Nash. but fall- ilvou to do him any good. Alter using 'Mono bottlo of Kodol ho Is a well ha- uy. i rcconiinonii n to an sum-rurp, Kodol digests what you eat and makes tho stomach sweet Sold by all drug gists. Don't start out on tho road to suc cess by Investing in a return ticket. A MAGNIFICENT LIBRARY. Secret Societies A Physician Healed. Dr. Geo. Ewlng, a practicing phy sician of Smith's Grovo, Ky , for over thirty years, writes his personal ox perlenco with Foloy's Kidney Cure; "For years I had been greatly bother ed with kldnoy and bladder troublo and enlarged prostrato gland. I usod everything known tb tho profession I without relief, until I commenced to Tjiiso Foloy's Kldnoy Curo. Aftor tak- Ting threo bottles I was entirely rollov f od ami cured. I proscrlbo It now tlul I, . k' In my nrucico fnit hearthy rccoin- A mend its use to all physicians for 1 I biidi troubUi". i Lntf prescribed it id M V hundreds of cus!s with perfect sue Vox ess. Bonne .fc tinner, Nearly Two Hundred Volume of Beau tiful and Instructive Oook. A fow of tho merchants and others with tho Ardmorolte, have secured a superb collection of valuablo books which they offer frco to club, lodgo, school, orphanago or any othor ellgl bio organization securing tho hlghost number of library votes by tho Bth day of Soptcmbor next at 12 o'clqck noon, when the contest ends. All aro cordially invited to bo in tho race. Now, lot everybody voto early as.l often. It coats nothing to voto, and it Is no troublo to voto. Each fifty cent purchaBo cntltlos you to flvo votos, A dollar purchaso from any of tho flrmB named below entitles you to ten votes. A flvo dollar purchaso is good for fifty votes, etc. Tho library is on display at Young's furnituro store, and among tho vol umes tho Ardmorclto noted that thero is a comploto sot of Charles Dudley Warner's library of tho world's best lltcraturo; also a sot of tho World's Great Classics. Wo notlco ouch great authors and scholars as John Stowart Mill, Hegel, Darwin, Crcasoy, Lord Dacon, Shakespcaro, Talno, etc. Thoso classics composo tholr greatest ef forts In other words thoso gems of literature that havo stood tho test of tlmo and criticism. Then follows comploto set of tho American Encyclo pedia and Dictionary, bosldos numer ous work on history, fiction, travel and adventure. Tell your friends about this and get thorn to voto for your favorlto organization when making purchasos in Ardmoro. Tho Ardmorolto will announco In each Sunday's Issue tho standing of all tho contestants in tho raco, so that you can soo overy week Just how your favorlto club or lodgo Btands. Somo worthy social, educa tional or charltablo organization will certainly got a valuablo lot of books, which will boa flno start for a library, a nucleus to build from, an impetus ot oncouragoracnt which will no doubt re sult in securing a much needed en terprise. Tho merchants and others and tho Ardraoreito aro perfectly noutral as to what organization wins tho library. Votes aro free. Tho club that doc3 tho most hustling will certainly got It Tho Ardmorolto will print each Sunday morning a coupon called tho "Ardmorclto Voting Coupon." This coupon will bo good for ten votes whon properly signed nnd mailed or brought to tho Ard morclto olllco. This coupon will bo dated and will not bo good unless cast Vtllhln ono week from dato ot IfcGuo. Cut theso coupons out and bring or send them to tho Ardmorolto cilice and they will bo duly counted. Votes May Be Obtained. You can obtain library voting tick ets only at tho following places: Dry Goods Burton-Peel Dry G( od Co. Shoes Lynn, tho Shoe Man. Bakery nnd Confectionery J. H. Spelglo. Furnituro A. O. Young. Groceries J. B. Smart. Grocorlos J. A. Bodowitz. Drugs, Books and Wall Paper W. B. Framo and Ardmoro Drug Co. Gents' Furnishing Goods Ed Ring or. Jewelry Bulard & Son. Hardwaro Buggies, Etc Williams, Corhn & Co. Lumber, Paints, Etc. Laldlaw Lum ber company. Livery T. W. Whlto. Meat Market Pyoatt & Frazler. MA80NIC. Knights Templar. Ardmoro commandery No. 0 ,K. T. meets first Monday In overy month. S. M. TOUBBTT, E. C. E. W. ItOBEIlTS, Itocordor. ODD FELLOWS. Ardmoro lodgo No. 9, I. O. O. F., moots ovory luesdnv nlirlif nt Oild Fellows hall at 7:s0 o.clock. J. T. BABNWELL. N. O. W. T. GARDNER. Sc. Canton. Canton, Ardmoro No. 4, Patriarchs Militant. I. O. O. F.. has regular moot ing on first and third Monday nights In each month. D. T. NISBETT, Com. I. n. MASON, Clerk. Tho pcoplo who always say oxantly That they think aro novor popular. "1 hail diabetes lu its worst form. writes. Mnrlpn Leo ot Dunreath, Ind. "I tried olght physicians without re lief. Only threo bottles of toloy's Kldnoy Curo mado mo a well man." Bonner & Bonner. A lovo match doesn't ilways burn to the ond of tho stick DeWItt Is the Name. When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salvo look for tho namo of DoWITT on ovory box. Tho puro, unadultera't- ! od witch hazel Is used in .making Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo, which is ' tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, burns, bruises, bolls, eczema and iWlos. Tho popularity of DoWltt'a Witch Hazol Salvo, duo to Its many cures, has causod numerous worthless counterfeits to bo placed on tho market Tho genulno beers tno namo of E. C. DoWItt & Co., Chicago. Sold by all druggists. S' Tho man who is willing to givo you ( ..-. i-. . j - Noblo Bros, aro selling out their re frigerators anl ico boxes at exact cost Sd&wlm WARNING ODER. In tho United States court In the In dlan Territory, Southern district: Geo. S. Hammer ot a1 , plaintiffs, vs. Mrs, Ella C. Hammor, dotentlant SCJ4 Tho dofendant, Mrs. Ella C. Ham mer, Is warned to appear in this court in thirty days and answer tho com plaint ot tho plaintiffs Geo. C, Ham' mot ot al. Wltnoss Hon. Hosn Townsend, Judgo of said court and tho seal thercot this 24th' day of July, 1003. C. M. CAMPBELL, (Soal) , Clerk. Lodbottcr & Dledsoo, attorneys. S, H. Butler, attorn 3 non-resident. First published July 24, 1903. You get more for your money In heating and cook stoves at Spraglns' than any other place, He sells the Leader and tho Garland. Can you think ot better stovesT A Good Dinner. The Finest boasts, Steak, Mutton, Sausage, Etc, and the Freshest Veue tables are nlwnys found at CHARLES KERNER R. A. M. Ardmoro chaptor R. A. M. No. 11. Regular meet ing second Tuesday night in each month at 7:30 o' clock. Masonic tcmplo. O. H. BRUCE. H.P. M. MUNZESHEIMER, Secretary. ANNOUNCEMENT. For Representative. Wo aro autho-lzod to announco tho namo of J. C. McCurtaln ot Ran, PlfVens entity, as a candldato for epresonw.ivo to tho Chickasaw leg islature Election to bo held at Oak land Uio second Wodnosday In Aug ust, 1903. A. F. and A. M. Ardmoro lodgo No. 31 A. F. & A. M. Regular meeting on tyX or ucroro tho full moon In V each month at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic tcmplo. A. II. PALMER, W. M G. H. BRUCE, Sec. 7 O. E. S. Ardmoro chaptor No. 70 O. E. 8. has regular meeting on tho night of the fourth Monday In overy month at 7: 30 o'clock. i MRS. EVA SNYDER. W. M. M. M. GRIFFITH. Sec Encampment. Indlanola Encampment . 10 I. O. O. F. meets overy Friday nignt at Odd Fol lows hall at 7:30 o'clock J. L. JOHNSON, Chief Patriarch, D. T. NISBETT, Scrlbo. Rebekahs. Ardmoro Rebckah lodgo No. 20, I. O. O. F. meets evory Thurs day night nt Odd Fol lows hall at 7:30 o' clock. MISS ELLA HAVENS. N. G. D. T. NISBETT", fifiC. K. of P. Myrtlo lodgo No. 7, Knights of Pythias moot in Castlo Hall. evory Thursday evening N. E. MARTIN, C. C. FLEM DESKINS, K. of R, & S. ELKS. B. P. O. Elks meot second and fourth Frl day in each month at Elks hall, West Main street J. C. GRAHAM, E. It R. L. SANDERS, Sec. I. O. R. M. Washita trlba No. 33. Improved Order of Red- I men meets In Odd Fel i lows' hall overy Wodnes day night at 7:30 o'clock. C. E. RUSSELL, Sachem. ED SANDLIN, C. of It W. O. w. Ardmoro Camn No rfiVJi7ftJi 33- woodmen of tho fe'sKWpSJ wofjj moot8 BOCOnd ami iourin rnuay niguts in i. or p. hall J. in. aiuhuan, u. O. ED SANDLIN, Clork. .ady Maccabees. Bollo of tho Prairie hlvo No. 1, Ladles of tho Maccabees mcoisoa tho first Wednesday af ternoon In each month In the Odd Fellows hall. MRS. DORA NISBETT. Lady Commandor. MRS. E. M. GOFF, Keeper of necords. The Woodmen Circle racots ovory third Friday night and first Monday afternoon In the K. of P. hall. MRS. I. R. MASON, Quard MRS. II. P. EVETTS, Clerk. Tho Modern Woodmen of America meet overy Monday night In tho K. of 1 . hail. J. r , SON, V. C. ERUETT DUNLAP, Clerk. CONFEDERATE VETERANS. will hold its regular meetings on tho second Sunday in each month at tho city ball at 3 o'clock p. m. All old soldiers invited. J. W, GOLLEDGE, Com. John H. Morgan Camp, U, C. V, G. K. BRUCE, Adjutant. SOCIALIST LOCAL. This organization will meet every Friday evening at tho city hall. G. A. MUELLER, Sec. Tho Whlto Mountain refrigerators aro ico savers. Spraglns & Co, sell them. Hereafter tho malls will bo closed at 9 p. m. instead of 8 p. m, as form MARY CONNOR COLLEGE PARIS, TEXA8. A select school for girls and young womon. Steam heat, electric lights, cold and hot water, equlppod with all modern appliances, chomlca) and physical apparatus and a tolcscopo for astronomical study and rcsottrdi. A normal courso for thoso who wls'i tn teach. A business courro in book kooping, stenography and typewriting nnd a urcparatory courso for thnso not ready to ontor tho collegt department Thu g rls board In tho colleiO nnd aro -associated with tho lady t-iaruoit iiot only In tho class-room bu: In the dining-ru-iD reception tails am' In ihu parlors, thorcby acquiring that enfo, g.aco and culturo so essential to their comfort and plouuio in aftor .Ifo. Tho cnllego Is uncx;ol!cl !n tbo South iu tho special Un-.i of music, art and oiccutldn. The lenchers arc all graduate of tho be.it schools of Jrserlca and Europe. Tho school Is tea scctar an but Chrhlw. in Bplrlt, Ufo and work. Tho gtri nttond tho Sa -day school and church of tholr cholco, accom panldd by tho lady teachers. For further particulars send for our largo illustrated catalogue H. B. ABERNETHY.'Pres. Parts, Texas. Tho opportunity ,of tho year to buy a refrigerator is now whllo Noblo Bros, aro offering theirs at cost. 8d&w-ltn The Famous Twin Burners Blue Flame Oil and Gasoline 0 ook i n r Stoves. "Lightninc" Quickest Ice Cream Freezer on Earth. The Tompson Ball Bearing LAWN MOWERS. Water Coolers and Screen Goods at WEEKS BROS. Practical Tinner's and Plumbers, West Main Street. 'Phone 79. ARDnORU, I. T. 1 How often we hear the remark tht thU or thtt ehUd leemi to b form HtcMDg ii7 dlt.M that mikei lu ppurane la th eonmnnltj nnd irla 11 ti noted thtt oth.r cMldrta ntrtr m to U tick. A child whoit itomaeh, bowtli, 11th and kldii.M an kept In healthr acUoo bjr that pleaiaot remedy, Dr. Caldwell's (Lax&tlva) Syrup Pepsin oertraeanlrti the "Ick habit" ThaehUd who It contlnnallr catchlaz arair dlieaie known to children la the child whole ertUnt la In a conceited condition. Yon can Ininre your chlld'a health, and tare eipenilre doetor bllla and a lot of worry. If yon hare a botUe of tbli laiatlee In the hooae and aee that It la tued recnlarly. ALl DRUGGISTS SOa and 31. OO Bottltt SXMl'LE IOTTI.B and inlere.tlng book PEPSIN SYRUP CO., MonUcelio, Ilk. )R. NICHOLSON. DeDtist Rooms 1, 2 and 6, oyer Bonner ft Bonner's. Bpocltl attention to high class and J. A. niVENS.rrea. DON LACY, Vice Proa. A.H.rALMEIt,Caahler W. A. WOLVEIITON, Aaat Oaah'r The City National Bank Ardmokk, I. T., May 23, ID03."1 Thia certifies that FIVE HUNDRED DOL LARS ($500.00) is on deposit in this bank payable only to the successful candidate in the Merchant's Voting Contest. A. II. PALMER, Cash. THE MERCHANTS' $500 CASH PRIZE FUND In launching this contost wo do go with tho sanction ot evory ono. It is a fund created by tho undorsigncd merchants of Ard- inuru, luuiuu Aumiory, woo proposo to civo tno sum of S0O in hard cash to tho organization, publlo or privato, that shall socuro tho groatcst num. bor of votes between this dnto and Dccombor 22, 1003. Wo urgo all In stitutions in Ardmoro, or tho Indian Territory, to compcto for this GRAND CA8H PRIZE OF $500.00. it Is well worth any effort you may put forth. With each 25c purchaso you got ono voto. Thero shall bo no votes sold by any morchact or out sider, aud nny morchant so soiling or disposing of votos shall, upon proof be stricken from the list. You cannot voto your tlckots In box or placo excopt nt tho storo whoro your pur haso Is mado, and thon only at thp tlmo of your purchase Salosmon shall placo tho amount of your pur chaso rnd number of votes you nro en Jtlod to upon ovory tlckot, together with his or her selling number nnd privato mark of tho firm so issuing Th Merchants' $500 Cash Prize Vot no Ticket Aftor which you shall do posit samo In porson in socuroly locKd boxes provided by tho morchant is suing tho voting tlckots, tho koy of hlch shall bo In tho custody of tho cashior of tho City National Dank ot Vrdmoro, Indian Territory, who shall open nil boxes, count nil votes and uako publlo rcdord thoroof at least onco each month. No morchnnt of tho Merchants' $500 Cash Prlzo Fund or any of tho dorks or omployos shall bo ontitlod to any voto In this contost, nor shall not bo allowed to ollo't any votes for nny institution or organization. On tho contrary, ah ill remain perfectly noutral. On Saturday morning boforo tho ust Sundny ot each month tho mer chants of tho Merchants' $500 Cash 1' -Izo Fund shall tnko tholr voting box es to tho cashier at tho City National Unnk that samo may bo oponed nnd bo counted. Dry Goods and Shoes. Madden, Sykcs & Co. Wosthclmer & Daubo. J. A. Lcathcrwood & Co. Sass & Crawford. Ardmoro Dry doods Co. J. 12. Hamilton & Co., Shoes. Cincinnati Rncket Storo. Ilaltlmoro Ilackot Storo. O. L. Dcnnes. Hardware. Noblo nros. J. D. Spraglns & Co. Wcoks Dros. Nolind & Holllns, 0,uccnswnro. Drugs and Books. J. B. Wall & Co. F. J. namsoy. JJonnor & Ilonncr. T. N. Coloman. ' Colonan Dros. Furnituro. C. It. Jones & Dro. Hall a IIlllls. Grocers. M. T. Felkor. W. C. Kondall. J. A. Sklpworth. A. A. Jlalloy. W. A. Payno. It. T. Dallas. W. A. ailllam. C. Crosby. 11. F. Wyraoro. fc'nndcrs & Dowman. McCharon & Wobator. J. M Ixyd. W. H. Utloy. W. M. Pago. Cold Storago Market. Mlscrllaneous. J. h. Jrhnson, Saddlery and Har icss. , Frnloy Dros., Lurabor. V 1'.. Allen, CarrUgeman. Clnrleu Korner, Dutchor. Chas HotchV.Iss, Jowelc. P. B. Tarvcr, Jowolor. W. A. Piida, Tinner. J. J. S dfa, Tailor. Farthing ti Coonor, lai!ot. Coleman & Evans, Coifcct.ct.ors.. T. 1 Siri:h. liveryman. Tvm vAthcy, Liveryman. Crown I'cttimg Works. Miss Enlrd, Milliner. M.-s Jurncn. Milliner. Mrs. M. B. Spurgoon, Milliner. WALL school B:sr5,2;:sv. Many leading oolleira and universities nccopt Its puolli on eortlflcate w (boat ox amtnntlun. luillvlilanl attontlon, Urm dlsolpllae, rapid nnd thorough proitreaa. noma) nnd Chrlatlnn InUuenooat local notion oointr: notlvo Y M. (J A. Mioellent llbrarr. literary Roclotlra, athl.tla Held, tennla courts, hot and cold baths. All rooms newlr papored and lighted with eloetrlcltr. Btndr hours nt nights teachers room In homes for tho boys, nil eat In samo dlnlnir hall. Bmall pupils receive special caro and atten tlon. Larce, new home, oreoted this yaar, to ncommodnte 'nerenalni; pntronaire. For Illustrated cataloguo nnd further particulars address a. V. WALL, I'rla , Ilox Suo, Good Things for Summer! I 3 XCCCCOt,-)rr-c.t.icc3eCCCiC. Fishing Tackle to the anglers content. vVhite Mountain Refrigerators, the finest on earth. New Herrick Refrigerators, wood lined always dry inside. Blue Flame Oil Stoves, Ico Cream Freezers. Corrugated Rubber Hose and every thing in Buggies and Road Wagons. i SCO. UOUSlis AT: AUDHORE, WYNNEWOOD, riAUIEITA, OAINGSVILLE. t t t. t t J. j. t J,.tiA Jilit Ail fr 'tTTtTTTTTTTTTTtTTtTII I A Magnificent Library Free I An opportunity will be given some social Educational or Fraternal organization to secure a i'ink lihrary frkk. Absolutely freeteli 200 Volumes. WATCH THE ARDMOREITE. TAJtE TKE ARDMOREITE. 41 Mi jpoiulOTB is never vuvuuuivivu ui u jfftench Bhow, Sieari Dttr Witt of Pttttftlct. erly. D. REDFIBLD, P. M. dlflcult cues of dentistry.