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eel -41 ainrl nt. . . . ; ddoa :o. ad h. CCS WYNNEWOOD. Special Correspondence. Wynnowood, I. T., sepi. -i. 1" weather Is fine. Cotton coming In nst. There were over 100 bales brought icre last Saturday. It brought 10 and 3.35. The cotton crop is buuu n this section and If tho prices slay in the farmers will bo all right. Tho buyers here aro paying the top price cotton and since the roads leauing Wynncwood aru In sucn flno condi tion wo are expecting a uig iruuu Ajhls fall and winter. Thero are a great many visitors and prospectors coming to our town, "among them last week was Ex-Cov. Buchanan of Tennessee. He was de lighted with our town and communi ty; went fishing In the lake and got a string of fish. Tho Indlanola Synodic! College Is innklng fine progress witn a goou ttendance. Yesterday was n good day with tho churches. Your correspondent attend ed tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church; thero was a flno congregation out nnd good spiritual services. Tho - fringing by tho choir of this church Is . Ivory flno nnd would do credit to any aclty church, rt .... . . 1. .. . t.i i. mill flirt Territory. Raised From the Dead. (' W. Lnndls. "nortcr" for tho nriontnl hotel. Chanuto; Kan., says: i'l know what Is was to Buffer with neuralgia, deed I did, and I "got a hot tlo of HaJlard'a Snow Liniment and I "was 'raised from tho dead.' I tried in trot Romn more, but beforo I had Jdeposed' of my bottlo, I waa cured .. l.. tnlllr." .In rilttl ffin" 4 25c, 60c and $1.00 nt V. D. Framo's. fniiri!iv. i mil ivmu tv - . HENNEPIN. Special Correspondence. Honncpln, I. T., Sept. 21. Tho dry I . i 1. ,. I.., rthnrtbfwl llV n llcbt th rain but not enough for tno iarmcrs sl.lo break wheat ground nnd stock Is lu need of water. ft Tho past week has bean very cool and last Wednesday night wo had Bomo frost. Protracted meeting has been In pto- gross hero for tho last two weeks. Tho Baptist tried for ouo week and then ' tho Methodists tried tholr hand and "b'oth closed without success. D,l J. T. Morton is on tho sick list, Ji W. F. Morton and wlfo have been on tho sick list for tho past week. & Grwndpa Pope of Uurleeon, Texas ft visiting his daughter Mrs. Jcnnlo T, Morton. Grandpa Is now SG years of 1 1 M . . , . ,. ago nnu no sayB uu una mu uuh To bo proud of and that it no has been " a democrat all of his life and a, mem ber o; tho Iiaptist church for 50 yenrs and ho cald ho never Ijad been the iiS'least tired of them yot. im W3 now liavc ono amons tho ljest gVns In tlio country nnd wo think wo havo got ono of tho best men with It. The Genuine vs. Counterfeits. . Tho gonulno Is always bettor than a counterfeit, but tho truth of this " statement is never moro forcibly real Hzed or moro thoroughly appreciated 4 than when you comparo tho gonulno DoWltt's witcri nazoi aaivo wun uiu nuinv counterfeits and worthless aulwtitutcs that nro on tho market. W. S. Iodbotter of Shrovoport, Ia., says: "After using numerous othor remedlos without benefit, ono box of DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo oured me." For blind, blooding, itching and 101 protruding piles no romedy is equal ,to DoWltt's Witch Hazel balvc. , by all lrugglsts. ' . Sold A DIXIE. Stiecial Correspondence 0AT Dixie, I. T., Sept. 21. Cotton pick- lug 18 tho order oi mo tiny. iu Bi" I, T. has ginned twenty-olght bales aud overal bales on tho lot this morn- ng. Mr. Sutton, tho machine mnn rom Toxns, Is doing business in our flttlo burg. C. Ovorstroet has gono to Com f.. 1 i ci- business to-day. p. nv .;arvlu Holland has sold crop an let ohll and will leavo for tho Comancho country in n few days. " Mrs. Iloach from Chlckasha Is vis- I ting her son at this writing. Mrs. Iouolla Rains and llttlo ones avo been visiting her parents for the ciupast week, Thoy will return home o-dny. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. nobborson re- e 22tflved a message Saturday evening o como.at onco ns Mrs. Robborson's other had been mortally wounded. Miss Florrlo Hollabaugh and llttlo uesta Benson havo gono to Alvord nd Pella, Texas, on an extended vIbU. Crow! M- Ovcrstrcet, who has been dan gerously 111 is considerable better, i Grandma Moody Is on tho sick list. I CONFEDERATE VETERANS. I John II. Morgan Camp, U. C. V., Hll hold Its regular meetings on tho fjocond Sunday In each month at tho jity hall at 3 o'clock p. m. All old (ohllers Invited. 1 J. W, DOLLBDOR. Com. rdraof O. K. BRUCE, AdJutanL When a man's dog goes back on dm his caso must bo hopelcm. McMillan. Special Correspondence. I McMillan, I. T., Sopt. 22 The r- cent nlco rains to which our commit nlty have been treated havo been of great benellt to us In many ways. The cotton prospects aro better there by, sickness Is Improved, tho dust Is a thing of tho past now nnd the pleas ant cool ntmouphcro reminds us forc ibly that the happiest and best time o tho year Is upon us Autumn. tho year is upon us. Autumn. Wo aro told on good authority that our former townsman, W. T. William who has boen living in Madlll for soma months will move his family to this placothls week. Ho thinks Ma dlll is a fine place, but Uicro is no place like home, so ho Is coming back. His friends extend to him a hearty wel come. Quito u crowd from town drove out to witness tho ball game played by tho Choctaw Indians near tho homo of O. W. McMillan on Sunday after noon. Mrs. O. W. McMillan nnd family attended tho circus In Ardmoro last Friday nnd report a pleasant time. Little Klslc nnd Kda WlnBton nre visiting their grandparents In Ard mora His Life Saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. "D. L. Dyer, a well known cooper of this town says he bollovcs Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romody savod his life last summer. Ho had been sick for a month wltli what tho doctors called bilious dysen tery, and could get nothing to do him nny good until ho tried this remedy u gavo nun immediate roller," says T. Little, merchant, Hancock, Md. For salo by City Drug Store, F. J Ramsey &r.d Ardmoro Dru Zo. It's a good plan to strike while tho Iron Is hot, provided you don't burn your fingers. FOR SALE. Old pnpers at this office IS cents per hundred. THROUGH THE HEART OF The Great Southwest MISSOURI, KANSAS, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS. THROUGH TRAINS MODERN EQUIPMENT "A GOOD WAY TO GO" FOR FAST TIME TAKE "THE KATY FLYER" ANY RAILWAY AQENT WILL DC GLAD TO FURNISH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 'jhui '.in bL3i 'Mo no that! mamma says she wants Dr. Caldwell's (Laxatlvs) Syrup Pepsin 'cause brother and I like It I It's so good." Mri. C. Flirij, no W. Macon Strur Dicatur, 111,, writit: "Gmtltmrni Mr little drl, sed right monthi, had been troubled tinea birth with eonttlpntlon, and reading of jour Tluble medicine I concluded to try Hi and I can recommend It highly to mothers (or lmmedlato relief. Only two fiftrcent bottlei cured mjr babj." rOVn DIIUGCTST SELLS IT. It he doein't, write m (or free sample and our book of testimonials. Pepsin Sy rup Company Montic.llo, Illinois Had You Observed? That there arc many cases of fever in Ard more now, and had yon observed that there is not a case of fever in any home where Pure Distilled Water is Used, Order the wagon to call at your home regularly. H.V.ROBSQN Broadway, Next door to Roberson Machinery Co. OldlFolks at Home Want to See You, Ou September 1st, 8th, loth and Oct. Grh will offer Home Visi tora' Rates of Fare and Cue third to all points in Indiana and many in Ohio, also Louisville, Ky. Tickets Rood for thirty duys from date of sale. If you contemplate a visit ba el to the old homestead do not fail to first call on nearest Frisco Ticket Agent or address B. F. DUNN, Division Passenger Ajt. Wichita, Kas. 7 SOME t&EU PAY $10,000 i tor an expert to manage their ad vertisinR, There are others who (UK for anannnalsnbscrip' pay tion to Printer's Ink and learn what all the advertis ers are thinking about. nut even thenti are not the extrtiinu reached. There are men who loie nru tinn nnn ronr dome nolther. ro Vpbimi """i""" inmpln oopy aend l.loeutat iiia'ii.ti, no, to Mpraoe at., n. v Sour No appetite, loss of strcnglh, nervousness, headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour ris ings, and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion. Kodol cures Indigestion. This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Kodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Cllvcs Health to the Sick and Gtrcnoth to tha Weak. Bottlei only. $1.00 SUa holdine 2i times tha trill size, which aells for 50c Prejwd by B. C. DaWitt & Co., CMeajo. Bold by tho City Drug Storo. Uuy your lumber from tho East Side Lumber company nnd sccuro votes In tho merchants' $500 cash prlzo. lD-tf. FRALBV DROS. Mgrs. THE REPUBLIC'S GREAT OFFER. , An Exceptional Opportunity (or Old and New Subscribers. Special arrangement lim bean made by the St. l.oulg Itcpubllc to ftirnlsli old or now sutwrlbors with tho olll- ;il and nuthorl.ol life ot Tope Ix ; ;III. Thin Is ono great volume. bound In cl(sant cardinal cloth, gilt ) and Ink stamping, with Papal coat of 1 nrma, containing nearly S00 pages of text and Illustration. Tho work wo prepared and written by Monslgnor O'HIolly, 1). I)., I. I)., I . Lit., omclal biographer of tho Pope. The regular eah price of this book Is 2.50. Any ono remitting $2.50 will bo entitled to eighteen months sub Bcrlptlon to Tho TwIcc-a-Week Ho public and a copy of tho book, postngo prepaid. This offor Is open to old and now subscribers. Tho book Is prlntinl In Hngllsh, IVcnch and Her man nnd Is now ready for delivery. A dd roan all orders to Tho Republic, St. 1-oitlw, Mo. A Purgative Pleasure. If you over took DoWltt's UtlU Early Hlsers for biliousness or eonbtl pation you know what a purgatlv pleasuro Is. These famous llttlo nil' cloanso tho liver and rid tho systcn of all bllo without producing unph nit offects. Thoy do not fjrlpe, slckoi. o' oaken, hut give tono nnd stroiiKt' to tho tissues nnd organs Involved W. H. Howell ot Houston, Tex., snya, 'No bottcr pill can bo used than Lit tlo Early Itlsers for constipation, sick headache, etc." Sold by all drug gist. Americans linportod $25,412,770 worth of precious stonos last year. TIME TAD LB. OKLAHOMA CITV. (World's Pair Special.) Leaves Oklahoma City . ...C:30 p. Arrives Kansas City 7:00 a. Arrives St. Louis 11:30 a. Arrives Memphis 6:00 p. (St. Louts Express.) Leaves Oklahnmn City . ...O'tfn.in. Arrives St. Iouls 7:15 a. m (Meteor. Leaves Kansas City 7:15 p. m Arrlvs Oklahoma City.... 7:30 a. rn (Arkaunas and Oklahoma Exprer?) Ieavus St. Ivouls 10:00 p. in Arrives Oklahoma City... G:45 p. m Through cars and rullmjn clccperF between Oklnboma City, Kansas City St. Louis and Memphis, i or ratei and other Information call on marest Frisco System agent, or address the undersigned. D. P. DUNN Dlv. Pais. Agt, Wichita, Kaa. Warning Order. In tho United States District Court In tho Indian Territory, Southern District: Llzzlo Rich, plaintiff, vs. J. W Rich, defendant. Tho defandant, J. W. Ulch, Is warn od to nppoar In this court In thirty dayB and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Llzzlo Rich. Witness, Honorable Hosea Town send, Judgo of said court and tho soal inorooi tins 311 uny or septoinucr, 1003. C. M. CAMPBELL (Soal.) Clerk. llorbort, Wnlkor & Cannon, At torneyrt. J. C. Graham, Attornoy for Non Itosldont. First published September 3, 1903 iST PASSEflQEH SERHSfc IN TEXAS. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 NO TROUBLE TO ANBWCfl QUESTIONS. Superb Pullman Vestibdled SLEEPERS, Handsome Reclining Chair Cars (SEATS FREE) ALL THROUGH TRAINS. f T2 WITH fnet mornlntr and trains to it. Louis and the "E3 WITH Pullman Bloopers :h txvclc Scnrrltt sent Coaches i (without chancro) to Now J, dally. to -iINB WITH hnntlanmonn-OTOhnlr Crtro throush (without clmni'oj dally, to St. Louis, Memphis und Kl Paso, ftNLT LINK WITH a eavlnc of 12 hours to California. DULY LINE, WITH Tourist Slooplnfl Cam, semi-weekly, throuch Iwltnoul chantfo) to Sun Fruncloco, ASK FOR SCHEDULES OF OUR INCOMPARABLE TRAINS, "CA NN N & L V E. P. TURNER, Olhwx PAMCNGtn no Ticket Aacnt. DALLAS. TCX. 0K n 51 J. A. IUVi:N8,lrrs. DON t.ACV, Vice ITf. 'Viie City iN.itional Bank Akdmokm:, I. T., May 23, 1003. 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. H. PALMER, Cash. HE MERCHANTS' $500 CASH PRIZE FUND In launching this contest wo do so with tho sanction and uood will of every ono. It Is a fund creatod by morc, Indian Territory, who proposo to tho organization, public or private, uer or votes ootwoon tnis date and December 22, 1003. Wo urgo all In stitutions In Ardmoro, or tho Indian I'orrltory, to compcto for this GRAND CASH It Is well worth any offort you mny you got ono vote. Thero shall bo no sldcr, nnd any morchant so selling or disposing of votos shnll, upon proof, be stricken from the list. You cannot voto your tickets in box or place except at tho storo whero your pup haso Is mado, and thon only nt tho tlmo of your purchase Snlosmcn shnll placo tho amount of your pur chase rnd number of votes you arc en .Itled to upon ovcry ticket, togothor wun nis or nor selling numner nnu Ths Merchants' $500 Cash Prize Vot posit, samo in person in securely locKeu uoxes provided by tho merchant Is suing tho voting tlckots, the key of hlch sholl bo In tho custody of tho cashlor of tho City National Bank of Vrdmoro. Indian Territory, who shnll opon oil boxes, count nil votos and onco each month. No morchant of or any of tho clerks or employes shall contfst, nor shnll not bo allowed to or organization. On tho contrary, sh ill romnln perfectly neutral. On Saturday morning boforo tho list Sunday of each month tho mor chnnts of tho Merchants' $500 CnBh P'lzo Fund shnll tako their voting box es 10 mo casnier at mo uuy National be counted. Dry Goods and Shoes. Mnddcn, Sykcs & Co. Wosthelmor k Dnubo. J. A. Lcathorwood & Co. Suss & Crawford. Ardmorc Dry Goods Co. J. 13. Hamilton & Co., Shoes. Cincinnati Racket Store. Haiti moro Racket Store. O. L. Dennes. Hardware. Noblo Ilros. J II. Spmglns & Co. Weeks Hros. N'ohi.'l fc Itolllns, Quccnsware. Drugs and Books. .J. It. Wall & Co. F. J. Ramsey. Uonncr & Ilonncr. T. N. Colomnn. Colcnnn Hros. Furniture. C. R. Jones & Uro. Hall A. Hlllls. Grocers. M. T. Folker. W. C. Kendall. J. A. Sklpworth. A. A. Ralloy. ARTISTIC HOMES Arc never coinplott- till f'urnisliud with Standard Bath and Porcelain Enameledware. i' wfT TIJI "STANDAItD" lino is made especially for people who want faultless snowy white enameledware, ut pricou tin hipher thnn usually nsked for the common kind. Onr comph tr stoik of tho inte?t designed iroods, is awuitiiiR your inspection, niid cur export plumbers will bo pleased to furniL plans aud estimates free. Sum DlfflT 1 9H0K (0. LWEISVATOR CO. HI ELL, I.T. WM WHOLESALE A II. l'AI.MKIt. CmhUr W. A. WOLVKKTUN. Aunt Oaih'r (ho undersigned merchnnts of Ard to give- tho sum of $500 In hnrd ensh thnl shnll sccuro tho greatest num- PRIZE OF $500.00. put forth. With each 25c purchase votos cold by any morchnnt or out. private mark of tno firm so Issuing no Ticket After which you shnll de nako public rcoord thoroot nt least the Merchants' 1500 Cash Prlzo Fund bo ontltlod to any voto In this ollclt a- votes for any Institution nanic Urnt samo mny bo opened and W. A. Pnyno. R. T. Dallas. W. A. Qllllam. C. Crosby. 1). F. Wymoro. h'nnilcrfc & Uowman. McCharon & Webster. J. M Loyd. W. II. Utloy. W. M. Pngo. Cold Storngo Markot. Mlscrllaneous. J. L. Jf hnson, Snddlnry ut.ii IUr leas Frnley Ilros., Lumhor. P K. Allen, rar'iigcman. Chntieit Kcrncr, Ilutchcr. Chns Hotchklss, Jowelv.. P. 11. Tarver, Jowoler. W. A. Pi Ms, Tinner. J J. S f,;f.i, Tnllor. Fnrihlng ti Coonor, lallote. Colcnnn a Evnns, Co lfert.CLbri.. T I. S'r. h. liveryman. Tim .itl.cy. Llvcrytnni Crcwr. I'dtiuift Works. Mish I-niru. M minor. M s .luiiicx. Milllnor. Mrs. M. 13. Spurgcon, Mllllnei Leader. The World's Stand ard of a good Flour. Tyler & Simpson Company, DISTRIBUTORS.