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1.1st of unclaimed letters at the Artfmoro postofllce August 21, 1903: N LyVDlES. Austin, Mattlc. Unllew, Mrs. Lue; Uutlcr, Susan. Cash, Mattle. Hills, Mrs, J. M. Foster, t Joslo. Harp, Mrs. M. A. Johnson, Mary; Johnson, Amanda, A TEXAS WONDER. H ALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. One small bottle of The Texas Won dcr, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emit slons, weak and lame back, rheuma tism and all Irregularities of ths kid neys and bladder In both women and men. Regulates bladder troublo In children. It not sold by your druggist will hn BAnt liv fnnll mi rnnlnt nt 11 lwl8, Mnttlo; Little, Mrs. J. U; 0ne small bottle is two months' treat Lurlso, Mrs.; Lum, Vliila. Mcintosh. Rachel; McLaughlin, Ten nlo; Miner, Miss Jonnlo; Meadows, Exlo. Porter, Angellne. Itann, Miss M. L.; ltay, Allco; Hoc, Either; noberson, Mattle. Scumo, Mary; 8trlckland, Addle. Tucker, Susie; Taylor, Mrs. M. W. Wilson, Littlo; Winston, Annlo; Williams, Abbey; Williams, Mrs. W. M.; Williams, Larnle. GENTLEMEN. Urown, W.' E.; Ilaker, Walter; Ur6wn, Joo; Dryan, C. C. Dawson, T. J.5. Darn, T. J.; Dldner, W. T. Fairchllds, Alexander; Frailer, Sam; Francis, A. O. Gilliam Rlben; Gleason, Junius. Hancock, W. D.; llnbby,. T. B.' Harrison, J. W.; Hint, J. T . Hill, W. U. Holbrooks, J. W. Kill no, Al. Ixng,S. U.; Loyd, W. J. Mason, H. M.; Martin, (J. Mi4re, Kev. A. J. 2; Miller, John. Osborne, Marshall. nay, Sam j Rohude, Wm.; Shop ment and will euro any caso above mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL. Solo manufacturer. Su Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists and W; D. Framo, Ardmoro, I. T. READ THI8. Ardmoro, I. T Oct. 18, 1902. Ths Is to certify that tho Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, cured two of my family of kidney and blad der trouble, and I can fully recom mend It to others suffering in samo manner. Respectfully, , E. J. STILWELL. A blockhead Is a man who is ttn abld to lit his opinions to your chair nels. , A MAGNIFICENT LIBRARY. Nearly Two Hundred Volumes of Beau tiful and Instructive Books. A few of tho merchants and others with tho Ardmorclto, have scoured a W,- I superb collection of valuablo books Which they offer frco to club, lodge, school, orphanago or any othor ollgl bio organization securing tho highest w,i it. i.; street. J. J.: Swathont, 0. number of library votes by tho 6th w qmiih o W day f September next at 12 o'clock ,,, , . Tobv. John: Wlsmlng, T.: West, noon, wneu mo earnest euus Dr J H.; Wilkinson, Will; Williams, All nro cordially ruvltcd to bo In Early. - tho race. Young, W. J. Now, lot overybody voto early and In calling for tho abovo letters often. It costs nothing to voto, and ploaso say "advertised." it u no troublo to voto. Each fifty DAVID' REDFIELD, P. W. cent purchaso ontltlca you to flvo votes. A dollar nurchaso from any Millet Seed f th fl named bolow entitles you Planted lattor part of August will pro- . . fl . .. DUrChas0 duco best results. Seed for saio oy ,g good fof flUy votC8( olc E. B. Pugh, Ardmoro, 1. r. Yone'. t )IU iiuiui j u '" Secret Societies c. o. & g. excursion rates. MASONIC. Knights Templar. Ardmoro ommanuory -no. Annual convention supremo lodgo Klnghts of Pythias (colored), St. Louis, Mo.. Aug. ?8, 29 and 30. Rnto 6 ,K. T. meets first Monday .$20.20, limited Sept, 7 In every montn. Annunl meeting Sovereign Grand " ' T A riAQIltRt f. TIMrAt A ct rta r in A nlmnrfi rlinntor Tl. A M. No. 11. Regular meet. warninq ootn. lng second Tuesday night in tho United States court In the In in each month at 7!30 o- .iifln Territory. Southern district: ClOCK. ninsouio icuiinu. a it.mmnr i i,n.iit. . . .. A A . . U J . . I . . . ....... M. MUNZE3HEIMER, Mrs. Ella u. Hammor, aoiennani. stui Secretary. I Tho defendant, Mrs. Ella O. Ham. mnr I wnrnoil tn nnnMr !n this court i . . I--, - r r Arfmn No. 31 A. F. I -n thirty days and answer tho com & A. M. Regular meeting on plnlnt of tho plnlntlrfs Goo. O. Ham or beforo tho full moon In met- ct al each month at 7:3" ociwk. witness Hon. Hom Townsond. Judgo of said court and tho seal thereof this 24th day of July, 1903. O. Mi 0AMP11KLL, (Seal) Clork, Ledbettcr & Dlcdsoo, attorneys. S. II. Dutlcr, attorn 3y nnn-rcsldcnL First published July 24, 1903. a. a. mvKNs.rrei. DON LACY, Vlco Prtx. A. II. PALMER, Cashier W. A. WOLVEIITON, Asit Csth'r Masonic tcmDle. A. II. PALMER, W. M. G. H. BRUCE, Sec. O. C. S. Ardmoro chaptor No. 70 O. E. 8. has regular meeting on the night of tho fourth Monday In every month at 7: 30 o'clock. MRS. EVA SNYDER, W.M. M. M. GRIFFITH. Sec ODD FELLOVS. Ardmoro lodgo No. 9,1 I. O. O. F., meets ovory Tuesday night at Odd Fellows hall at 7;s0 o.clocK. J. T. BARNWELL, N. G. W. T. GARDNER, Soc. TIME TAB LB. OKLAHOMA CITY. (World's Fair Spoclal.) Leaves Oklahoma City 6:30 p. m. Arrives Kansas CUy 7:00 a. m Arrives S'L Louis 11:30 a. m Arrives Mom phis 6:00 p. m Encamnment. Indlanola Encampment . 10 I. O. O. F. meets ovcry lVwsahanTt 7:30 To'clo'ck. -es Oklahoma City 7:60 x m (St, Louis Express.) SANTA FE EXCURSIONS. furnlturo storo, and among the vol umes tho Ardmorclto noted that thcro Reunion United Confederate Vetcr- is, a completo sot of Charles Dudloy r a Wnmnr'a llhmrv nf hn world's host ans, Norman, u. i., aus. l, ' ... , C Rato J3. literature; also a set of the World's MnHnr nnt Cltv liodco K. of V. urcnt uiassics. wo nouco oucn Bral (colored) Gainesville Aug. 27. Rato authors and scholars ns John Sto wart J1.C0. - Mill, Hegel, Darwin, Creasoy. Lord National Convention Supremo Lodge nacon. Shakesneare. Tnlno. etc. Thcso Knights of Pythias. SL Low'Bf Aug. clasglca composo their greatest of 28, 29. 30 and 31. Rato $20.20 fnrtR,n n,nr words those cems of . . n n .. 1 1 Tl.nn I CT f 1 1 i- --- " horcnaucn duiih mun. " i ... . ... , , ... .. . , . I r, n 1 Ril lllierniuro mat uuvo oiuuu uiu icoi ui T,.., m l,lefrl,l1 rmlvHl and uuu "1UU""' VmU Shows. Palestine. Terna, Sept. completo set of tho American Encyclc- 13, 14 and 1C. Rato $9.'J9. podia and Dictionary, bosldos numer- Mooting' Sovereign Grand looa i. u. ous work on history, notion, travel TO. F.. Baltimore,, Md., Sept. 17, 18 and adventure, and 19. Rato $38.90. Toll your friends nbout uus ana Pnir nnd Race Meeting, Ok- get them to voto for your favorlto lahoma City, Aug. 23 to 29. Rato $3.50. organization when making purchases t.... AcanMatlon. m Arumoro. ino Arumoruuo wm ABl'u" " , rvot s in 17 "nounc m each Sunday's Issue tho San Francisco, Cal.. Oct 8 to 17. of aH conte8tanU ,n too Rato $50. th t vml rnn QO overv week SDeclal excursion, tn GolrostAa nad flint finnr tnnr favnrlto club or lodEO return $0.70. Ticket good on train Ltaml8 Somo worthy social, educa- leaving Ardmoro 3:40 a. m. aaa oa Uonal or charltAblo organization wilt spoclal train leaving Purccu i P- - rtaiaiy got a valuablo lot of books, August 22, 1903. which will boa flno start for a library, Excursion rato to Galveston, Texas, a nucieus to build from, an Impetus of Juno 1 to Soptomber 30. Rato $17.65. cncouragomcnt which will nod.oubtro- Kieurslon rates to San Angclo, 8ult In securing a much needod en. Trifn luno 1 to September 30. Rate tcrprlso. Tho merchants and others $13 75. I nnu mo Arumoreuo uiu iiumuu; l t iamoasas. Tex- neutral as to wnat orsiauuu mo u.p.w- . - - . ,,, ., V,-Q nrn fr Thn ns. Juno 1 to Soptomuor au. t j. l u .,, to br club that does th0 moat hustllnB 11.. U. 6c a, r. luuiioi i - - m., v. .x I ...in Cnti, nv mnrnlnir 20 LO rSCUL. uJ, I W III IJItUb vu.u a couoon called tho "Ardmorclto voting May phur Springs eo ticket agent for summer wur- uuuiiuu. 1.1 1 '" ' "- " jsiuvu. mnllnrt nr liroueht to the Ard Til A T lullliri.l, 'I IfHIlL AKCUU I u w, a. uaoinMM-,, - ni ..1 r ' 1 1 tint tin fvn linlfto xt t...i ifif H isn't oniY muiuaiuu u mlik trains that aro supplied' with cast Ithln one week from date of "1 - Issue. Cut theso coupons out nnd cow-catchers. , . . . ... ., . I lirmi? or senu mum 10 iuu a umumi cfttco and they will bo duly counted. Votes May (By M. Fclker.) You can obtain library voting tlclc- LOCAL' MARKETS. Tho following aro tho prevailing ots only at tho following places prices paid for produco today: Wheat No. 2, 65c; No. 1, 70c. Oats 25c. Hay $7.50. Corn 68c Irlsh Potatoes 75c por bushel. Butter 15020c. poultry. (By William Nowman.) Ducks Per dozen, $2. Hens Por dozen, $1.502.00. Frying Chickens $1.001.E0. Eggs iPor dozen, 10c. Butter 10020c. Dry Hides Per pound, 810p. Green Hides'Per pound, 405c. Lite Stock. (By Cold Storage Market) Dry Goods Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co. Shoos Lynn, tho Shoe Man, nnkerv and Confectionery J. IL Speigls. Furniture A. C. Young. Grocorles J. B. Smart Groceries J. A. BodowIU. 'Drugs. Books and Wall Papor IW. R. Frame nnd Ardmoro Drug Co, Gents' Furnishing Goods Ed Ring er. Jewelry Bulard & Son Hardwaro BuggleB, Etc Williams, Corhn & Co. Lumber, Paints, Etc. Laldlaw Lum. ber compariy. Livery T. W. White. Meat Market Pyeatt & Frazler. m?ici::!!wo!S The Ardmoreite Fat-sbeop, per. head nffloml .Inurnal of Pr, ,nr. ,.1 mn ltia..S4.505ei6.UU w n iv.v. - - nbi""; i.U rUir.L'-lO!all Stockmen's' Association Whero:thero'i awlll there's a way buih tho majorlly of cases It Is not J. L. JOHNSON, Chief Patriarch. D. T. NISBETT. Scrlbo. Rebekahs. Ardmoro Rebokah lodco No. 20, I. O. O. Arrives SL Louis 7:15 a. m (Meteor.? Loaves Kansas City 7:15 p. m Arrlvs Oklahoma City.... 7:30 a. ra (Arkansas and Oklahoma Exprers) F. moots ovory Thurs- Leaves St. Louis 10:00 p. m. day night at Odd Iol- Arrives Oklahoma City... 6:45 p. m .owBuuu Through cars and Pullman sleopors I r ( ntAAn fM nlin n ittt Tnnnit sl(f MTQQ tSTT.A TTAVUN'S. N. G. I n.uU w, w..,, D. T. NISBETT, flOC. au 7 7 , T ,, , n ..iJr tS;. 4 Patriarchs Fr,BC0 Benl. or ttddr""9 tho Militant, I. O. O. r., lias regular muuv !,.-. - Inc on first and third Monday nights DIv. Pass. Agt, Wichita, Kaa lu each month. . Z D. T. Niauis l i , vjom. r I. R. MASON, Clerk. K. of P. Myrtlo lodgo No. 7, Knights of Pythias meet in Castle Hall. ovcry Thursday evening N. E. MARTIN, C. O. FLEM DESKINS, K. of It. & S. ELKS. B. P. O. Elks meet socond and fourth Fri day In each month nt Elks hall. Wost Main street A. W. DUNHAM. E. IL R. L. SANDERS. Sec. I. O. R. M. Washita trlbo No. 33, Improved Order of Hod men meets In Odd Foi lows' hall every Wednes day night at 7:30 o'clock, C. E. RUSSEL.H Sachem, ED SANDLIN, C. of IL w. o. w. Ardmoro Camp No. rVc-isCgj 33, woounien oi mo IiWorW,'?ai) World meets second Siir MKT nt.,1 fnnrtli- Prlciav nights In K. of P. hall J, N. MUHUAN, U. U. GEORGE HEAD. Clerk. The City National Bank Akdmork, I. T., May 23, 1903.3 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 Voting Contest. A. II. PALMER, Cash. THE MERCHANTS' $500 CASH PRIZE FUND In launching this contest wo do so with tho sanction nnd good will of every ono. It Is a fund created by tho undersigned merchants of Ard more, Indian Territory, who proposo to glvo tho sum of $500 In hard cash to tho organization, public or private, that shall socuro the groatcst num bor of votes botwoen this da to and December 22, 1903. Wo urge all In stitutions In Ardmoro, or tho Indian Territory, to compoto 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, Thcro shall bo no votes sold by any morchant or out sider, and any merchant so selling or disposing of votes shall, upon proof, bo stricken from the list. You cannot voto your tickets In box or placo except at tho storo whero your pur haso Is mado, and then only at tho tlmo of your purchaso. Salosmon shall pbco tho amount of your pur chaso rnd number of votes you nro en .Itlcd to upon ovory ticket, together with his or her selling number and ptlvato mark of tho firm bo Issuing Tha Merchants' $500 Cash Prize Vot ng Ticket After which you shall do posit samo In parson In securely locked boxos provided by tho morchant Is suing tho voting tlckots, tho koy of which shall bo In tho custody of the cashier of the City National Bank of irdmoro, Indian Territory, who shall open all boxos, count all votes and uako public- rodord thoreot at least onco oacH month. No morchant of tbp Merchants $500 Cash Prize Fund or any of tho clerks or employes shall bo ontltlod to any rote In this contest, nor shall not be allowed to ollclt any votes for any Institution or organization. Ou tho contrary, sh HI remain perfectly neutral. On Saturday morning beforo tho ast Sunday of each month tho mer chants of tho Merchants' $500 Cnah P 'Izo Fund shall tako their voting box cs to tho cashier at tho City National Bank that samo may bo opened and 'bo counted. Lady Maccabees. lielio oi tno rrainu Ia l.li.n Vn 1 1 nrima nr $"JA tho Maccabees meets on tno nrsi weunesuuy ui ternoon In each month In tho Odd Fellows hall. MRS. DORA NISBETT, Lady Commander. MRS. E. M. GOFF, Kooper of Records. A. O. U. W. Ardmoro Lodgo, No4 41, moptu rocular ovory llrsl and third Wednesday and Thursday nights at 54 K. of P. hall W. R. ROBERTS, M. W. A. LOWENSTEIN. Recorder. The Woodmen Circle meets every third Friday night and first Monday afternoon In the K. of P. hall. MRS. I. R. MASON, Guard. MRS. II. P. EVETTS, Clerk. Tho Modern Woodmen of America meet every Monday night In the K. of P. hall. J. F. SON, V. a ERUETT DUNLAP, Clerk. ' CONFEDERATE VETERANS. John II. Mbrgan Camp, U. C. V., will bold Its regular meetings on tho second Sunday In each month at tho city hall at 3 o'clock p. m, All old soldiers Invited. J. W. GOLLEDGE, Com O. II. BRUCE, Adjutant SOCIALIST LOCAL. This organization will meet overy Friday evening at tho city ball. G. A. MUELLER, Sec. A NICE J CROQUET SET POR THE BOY OK QIRl.l (liven as a present for getting ten new subscriptions for 7 he Kan sas City Weekly Journal Tho bnj- or utrl enn nnd no liotlorllfun than b uarao of croquet. The not we otter cnmlitn of four lulls and four mallotK. with nccoiiiiry wicket sad Mtako. Tho tot In well flalnhed throughout and preienU a nice ippear-anco. Our proposition: Any boy or ciri who win eet run new sub scrlptlons for the Kansas City weekly journal at 35c cncn, mnK lug a total of $3.50, and will send us a list of the names together with the money, we will ship to Ills or her address, express charges pre paid, tills nlco croquet set. Boys and clrls, here Is a chance to gtt a very nlco present. Rustic a little and get this croquet set, as our proposition only holds good until Nov. 1, 1903. Send money by postofflec order or draft and advise us of the name of your express office. Address all communications to The Kansas City Journal, Kansas city, no. CQrSend for sample copies vt the weekly for canvnsslnir. v ARDMOREITE LIBRARY COUPON. TEN VOT 4ff 4? t 1 - A A . 1 voie len voies ior. Name. JEST PASSEHQER IN- TEXASB 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 HO TROUBIC TO ANtWCK QUHTIONi Superb Pullman Vestiboled SLEEPERS, Handsome Reclinino Chair Cars (scats free) LL THROUGH TRAINS. B WITH fast mornlnor and trains to ft. Louis and the EI WITH Pullman HIeeDorfl h boclc Bcarrltt Boat Ooaoboa 1 (without chancre) to Now j, aany. iNE WITH handBomonowOhnlr Odra tnrouKh (wttnout cnancre) aauy to ot. Lama, uompais ana ni ruso. Kn.7 LINI5 WITU a savlne of 12 hours to utuuunuu ftMI.V LTNE WITn Tourlat Rlnonlno Oars, Boml-wookly, tbrouch (without cnannei to 01m r ranoisco, ASK FOR SCHEDULES OF OUR INCOMPARABLE TRAINS, 'CANNON BALL And "NIGSTT EXPRESS E. P. TURNER, Gcnmai PAittNocn k,o Ticact Aacn, DALLAS, TEA. Dry Goods and Shoes. Mnddon, Sykcs & Co. Wcsthelmor & Daubo, J. A. Lcathcrwood & Co. Sass & Crawford. Ardmoro Dry Goods Co. J. E. Hamilton & Co.,, Shoes. ' Cincinnati Hnckct Store. Haltlmoro Ilnckot Storo. O. L. Dennos. Hardware. Noblo Dros. J. I). Sprnglns & Co. Weeks Bros. Nolir.d & Ilolllns, Queenswaro. Drugs and Books. .J. n. Wall & Co. V. J. Itnniscy. Ilonncr & Ilonncr. T. N. Coleman. Colonan Dros. Furniture. C. II. Jones & nro. Hall & HUlls. Grocers. M. T. Folkor. W. C. Jfondall. J. A. Sklpworth. A. A. Jlalloy. W. A. Payno. U. T. Dallas. W. A. ailllam. C, Crosby. 1). P. Wymoro. . fc'nnders & Bowman. , McCharcn & Webster, ' J. M Ixyyi. W. II. Utloy. W. M. I'ngo. UoM Storngo Market, . MUcrllaneoui. J. U Jclinson, Saddlory acn Har less. Prnloy Dros., Lumber. " D j:. Allen, rarriageman. Charlcri Kcrner, Dutcher, Chns Hntchklss, Jawelt,'. 1. D. Tarvor, Jeweler. W. A. Vtlte, Tinner. J. J. S Mfa, Tailor. Farlhing I: Coonor, 1 allot. Coleman Evans, Confeot.CLers.. T I.. Sn:h. liveryman. Tim . tl.t-y . Liveryman. Crown !'( tiling Works. Mish L-'iird. Milllnor. M.-n ,'i.iuo. Milllnor, Mrs. K. Spurgeon, Milllnor. This Coupon, when Properly Pilled Out uud Bigned will bu Good for Address 1 Stables at Sulphur and Davis, Telephone Connection. 4 Sulphur Livery and Transfer Co., SULPHUR, INI). TGR. Irivefy, Feed, atjet Stale Stable, V. J. WILLlAflb, manager. KBns meets nil trnins at Davis. Drummers' turnouts a .specialty. Stablo at Davis located two btooks North of depot. 'Phono 307. Real Estate Improve ments leans Increasedirentals nnd .'umber Is a "sine que non" In house betterments. Wc.beg the privilege of estimating oa the next lot of hard and soft woods you require for repairing:, rebuilding or new construction. You shall have our quo tations promptly and our deliveries on any orders with which you may favor us move with equal celerity. A postal card will fetch our prices, Ardmore Sash and Door Factory. ARUriORE, I. T, it We Will Move September I . To the Stoop Buildintr recently occupied byJ. B. Smart's Grocery aud Mihifr & Hot'a Barber shop, and nfxt door lo Bonner & Bonner's Drnir Store. Wo Will Give From 5 to 25 Per Gent Discount Rather than move the Roods and in order to make room for i ur NEW FALL STOCK. Call and see and be convinctd- our credit Is good Easy pnyments. HALL & MIL. LIS. The House Furnishers. the wny you "will.