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One Man Farm Idea,
Thu itopattinent ot agriculture Is a.vfi! .aK notalilo n'tonlion nowa day to the cultivation of tiio one m.ui farm In thu Himtli with a view to demonstrating what cnti he nreom lilihlieil hy scientific method. Sucre Uiy Wilson wants to contest the jiollifnic-litit cotton furrow In which too niany unprogroasivo fnruiers hnvo w.ilhed ami watched a mule's hind legs for Imiuutnorlnl seasons. Tin1 Idea of illViTKlllcnllon has been large ly accelerated by the mischief of the doll weevil and the Inevitable con clusion that the only way to oncnpe liiivoc of nil reinunornllvo returns Ik to vary the crop mid Hunk the vo T.tcloiiS oncmy of the staple. Agents of the department have been visiting Alio weevil-Infected plantations and advising the farmers the best way tit of tholr dlilaulttle. Thus It It liopxl that much can be .arilevl towards the diversification of Southern farm produru In the cotton bolt, menaced as It always will iif by a deadly blight- The agrlcul 1 urai experts have aluo gone Into the roiniMrntivi'ly ilry regions ot tho .South where tho rain fall Is only aliolit fifteen or sixteen Inches n y.r to demonstrate the possibility of what Is called "dry fanning." Another recent feature of tho do li.irtmuut work In thu South Is Instruc tion In the raising of tho drug crops. This country Imports every yonr $5.on?.000 of $fi,UOO,000 worth of vege table products that enter Into drug compounds, including such products an hoai-ho'jud. peppermint and poppy. Certain parts of tho south ur.i well itdnpled to growing these plants juul (he department will give special attention to the subject, pointing out handsome profits to be made from (heir cultivation. In-many Instances thu special work of tho department Is facilitated by pri vate contributions from persons In terested In the development ot the Houlh. There are four or five large capitalists who are following the work with great Intel est nnd who luive fur nished most of the fuinlH for lectures on the possibilities of producing good crops with the initio and one mnn to the farm. The World's Fair Work Progresses nud wo aro still nblo to furnish n lllrd's Hyo View (size 31x12) of the beautiful Ivory City on receipt of name and mid runs with ten cents, In sliver or Btamps, to prepay postage. .Send for trao. Address. alOOIKlU MOIITON. 0. I & T. A., M. K. & T. Ity., Hoi Oil St. Louis, Mo. 4? ? 49 49 SUGGS & BRO., BERWYN, IND.TER., ...Ol-AI.UKS IN... 49 9 9 t Staple and Fancy Groceries, I 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Hardware, Lumber aid ail Hxcliisive Aaents for tho Celebrated "Lender" Flour, livery Snelt cuurnntoed. Special prices given to Mcrclmntt, ou Flour, Groceries, Kte. nioHESi mot wn mm mm m "Trade with us and be Satisfied." 49 NBW MEXICO'S Cloudcroft IB TAKE THE ARDMOREITE. The Snlim Clintr. Tho sedan chair Is named nflnr Se ilnn, tho town where It wns first used. The curliest mention of It in Kngland occurs In 1581. Hnrly In tho following century tho Duke of Buckingham cnuicd much Indignation by Its use In London. People wiiv exasperated at that nobleman employing bis follow men lo toko the place of horses to car ry him. Prince Charles brought from Spain In HK!3 thrco curiously wrought sedans, two of which be gave to the Duke of MucklnghMin, A few wcoks after their Introduction Mnxslnger pro duced Ids plsy, "The noniliniui," nnd In It ho thus adverts to the ladles: Kor their pomp nn! enre lifting borno In triumph nn men's shoulder. The reference Is doubtless to Iluck Ingham's sedan, which wns liomo like n piilnnipllii.--"ltyKiine Knglnnd." Fnvornlil jr Ntrtiak. "l'npa, have have you seen Harold sluco you told til tn he was too poor to think of or marrying me?" "Yes. I ran across him nt tho club last evening. We got Into conversa tion, and he struck me or" "Struck you! Oh, papnt" ".Struck me us iiillo nn ngrccablu young man. I understand bis uncle has left him $200,000."-Kaiuas City Journal. When (lod gives a man power over his frlrad, his sweetheart or wife, or his employes, Ho stnnds hack and watches the man. Devoured Dy Worms. Children often cry, not from pain, but from hunger, although fed abun.l Inanition their food Is not nsslmllatcd, but devoured by worms. A fow doses ot Wblto'H Cream Vormlfugo will causo thorn to ceaso crying nnd bogln to tlirivo nt onco, very much to tho surprise of and Joy of tho mother. 20c at W. 1). Kramo's. Chamber of Commerce Committee. Finance J. A. Illvcns, C. L. Andor Hon, J, A. Mndden. Manufacturing and mercantile In torosts C. It. ones, J. R. Puunlnglut . K. P. Cnmpboll. Public hlgnwnys Mia Wcsthelmoi L. II. Itoberson, W. S. Wolvorton, A II. Palmer, II. H. Pennington. Advertising Slg Hlmoji. T. N. Cob man, Orln Iledfleld ilnllronds, etc W A. Ledbetter, V At. aa,te8, John J Onlt, W. V. Whit llngton, C. L. Herbert. Agriculture J. D. Iloone, John F Knslcy, J. 8. Million, M. Munzeshelmar Membership C. L. Byrne, It. W i Hck, Don Lacy. nntcrtnlnments John L. Onli. V. Donk. K. W. ItoberU. House it. W. Dick. W. A. Wolvei 'on, A. C. Young. Arbitration C. I.. Herbert, Let (Jruco, D. 13. Allen, W. P. Poland. J II. Spraglns. SIDNEY SUGGS, Pres. C. L. BYRNE. 8ec'y. kinds of Building Material. '1 ROOF OAKDIvX Round Trip One Fare Plus $2 AH Summer. 1H0 M. LHH, O. P. A., Uttle Rock, Ark J. S. AlcNALLY, I). I. A , Oklahoma City, O. T. A TEXAS WONDER. HALL'8 GREAT DI8COVERY. One small bottle of Tho Texas Won der, Hall's Great Discovery, cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, semlnul emis sions, weak and lame back, rheuma tism and all Irregularities of the kid neys and bladder In both women and men. Kcgulntes bladder troublo In children. If not sold by your druggist will bo sent by mall on recolpt ot $1. One small bottlo Is two months' treat ment and will euro any enso above mentioned. DIL E. W. HALL. Solo manufacturer, P. O. Box C29, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists. READ THIS. Ardmoro, I. T Oct. 18, 1902. This Is to certify that tho Toxas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, cured two of my family of kldnoy nnd blad der trouble, nud I can fully recom mend It to others suffering In samo manner. Respectfully, E. J. STILWELL. 8ANTA FE EXCURSIONS. Single statehood convention, South McAlester, Oct. 26. IUito $4.05. American Itoyal livestock Show, Kansas City, Mo., Oct 17 to 21. Itatc $14.45. Second-class Bottlers' rato to Cali fornia SopU 15 to Nov. 30. Ilato $25. National Livestock Association, Chicago, 111., Nov. 23 to 30. Rato IUito $27.40. Chicago Centennial, Chicago, 111., Sept. 2G to 28. IUito $25.40. Christian Church National Conven tion, Detroit, Mich., Oct. 14 to 17. Unto $33.20. Toxas Stato Fair and Dallas Expo sition, Sept. 2G to Oct 11. Rato Sept. 20, Oct 4 nnd 11, $2.30. Rato Sopt. 25 to Oct. 11 $4.45. Rato Sopt. 25 to Oct. 11 $4.70, limited Oct. 12. Foropaugh & Sells liros. Show, Oalncsvlllc, Oct. 7. Rato $1.00. Amurlcan Hankers" Association, Snn Francisco, Cnl., Oct. 8 to 17. Unto $50. Excursion rnto to Galveston, Toxas, Juno 1 to Soptember 30. Unto $17.65. Excursion rates to Sun Angelo, Toxns Juno 1 to Scptcinbor 30. Rate $13.75. Excursion rates to Lampasas, Tex as, Juno 1 to Soptembor 30. Rate $9.85. Q., C. & S. F. tourist rates to Sul phur Springs, May 20 to Sopt. 30. Itatc, $2.60. See ticket, agont for summer tour ist rate. W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agtnt. C. O. & G. EXCURSION RATES. Chrlstlnn church national conven tion, Detroit, Mich., Oct. 14 to 17. Rato $$33.20. Chicago Centennial, Chicago, Sept 2G. 27 and 28. Rato $27.10. International Livestock convention, Chicago, Nov. 28, 29 and 30. Rale $27.10. W. A. DASH1ELL, Ticket Agt. Warning Order. In the United Stntes court In tho In dian Territory, Southern district. Crueo & Cruce. plaintiffs, vs. C. M. Keys & Co., C. M. Keys, W. Keys, E. Keys. Hugh Mills, defendants. No. 5.(140. The Defendants, C. M. Keys & Co., C. M Keys, W. Keys. B. Keys. Hugh Mills. Is warned to appear In this court In thirty dnys una answer tho complaint of the plaintiffs Cruco & Cruce. Witness Honorable Hosea Town send, judge of said court nud tho seal thereof this 21st day of September, 1903. C. M. CA.MPCELL, (Seal) Clerk. Cruce, Cruce & Iilenkmore, Attor ney a S If. Ilutlor, Attorney Non-Uesldcnt First published Sopt. 21, 1903. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In tno District Court or tho United Stales In and for tho Southern DlB' trii-t ot tho Indian Territory. In tho matter ot tho llurrol Orocery "onipany, bankrupts, In bankruptcy Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. To the creditors or tho Hurrell Gro cery company of Duncan, In tho South ern district of tho Indlnn Torrltory, a bankrupt. Notlco Is heiohy given that on the 2mh day of August, 1903, the said Hurrell Grocory company wns duly adjudged bankrupt, nnd that tho tlrst meeting of their creditors will be held at tho law olllcos of Gilbert & Gil bert, in tho city of Duncan, Southern dlbtrlct or tho Indian Terri tory, on tho 2Sth day or Septombor, A 1).. 1903, at lo o'clock in tho fore-noi-.). nt which time tho said credit ors mny attend, prove their claims, ap point a trustee, examine tho bankrupts and transact such other business as may properly conio before said meet ing. F. H. IIESKETT, Uoteroo In Bankruptcy. Dated this 17th day ot Soptembor, 1903. First published Sept. 18, 1903. Money Saved If you buy your goods at A. C. Young'H store. Lots of nice Rugs, Art Squares, Portiers and Carpets. Some beautiful iron and brass beds, fancy dressers, parlor goods, leather chairs and couches. We handle mantels, tiling and grates. Conic see my stock. A . C . YOUNG. - t' i Stonrj Building, No. Hecfititly occupied by Smurt'H Krocery btoio nud Milner & Elliot 'h bnrbur flu p. ? New Goods of all Kinds Daily Arriving We niso exchnnK' Now Goods Cnll nnd ascertain particulars concerning the premiums wc arc giving awny. Remember the place. Hall & Hillis, f Phone 104, 122 E. Main St. 'Phone 307. A thorough, practical training nchnol, complete anil up to dato lu every ilupartmon;. Day anil nlcht nchool the untlro year I)ny 1 1 u p 1 1 n attonil night achool wlthouttixtrt chariren. Tuition $7.10 per month or I0 for unlimited scholarship. Hoard $10.00 to $12 M per month. No vacation, ruplts may enter at any tlmo. Evory pupil In placed on his merits or may advance as rapidly as his nullity will permit. Thorough t mining In shortest time consistent with olDcfoncy. Iloferences Any hunk or liusinens tlrm lo Oalnesvlllo. Kor catalogue aildross, O. P. RKI.VIDDE. A M., President. Onlnesvllle. Tens. Texas- State Fair DALLAS, SEPT. 26 TO OCT. 11, 1903 The Following Low Rules Effective r,n n f ON SALE SATURDAY. SEPT. 26, R turn vB.Ou i striniHtK u, auaaay, bflpieraoir u C Octoba, 4 and 11; Return Sime l)sy Af. N SALE DallJ, Sep'embir 25 to Out. 11, vpt.t J Rttnrj Dly Following Data ol Sale d. 7fl I Q Salo Dally, Septcmb3f 23 h Oct, 11. vt. I U i jmited to Octob r 12. Pull Information regarding Special irom snnia W. S. KEIiNAN, O. I'. A. ' mwniili ikwiiii iiLLininu ruifwuiwHHi tcet ng easy. Costs Only 25c at Druggists, or mail 25c Cures Eruptions and Soros, Colic, Hives Worms. TEETiHElJVA COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN. IHTFIIiriFNT hFlUIRINfi si 114 Uronclwtiy, Tlori 170. IIIILLLIVJLIII KLrHltullvl I eHsHKW: 0 OO0000Ol30000005O0-0e0f& -- 4.4..4..1 Removal Notice. HALL & HILLIS tup House Furnishers Have moved to the 122, Ea st Main St., for any kind of Old Goods. Home Building. If c u nre building n new home or I' 1 tisintfs hoiiFP, wiiut to quote u juices on xll Fit filing Work, I lumnp, Brxktf, 1) orf.Sufb, Etc. (JoihIr plupp'd inmiiily upon re ceipt of oid 'I he bent equipped 1 iinitiB Wills nnd Kmh and Door V in the Indian Territory. Ardmore Sash and Door Factory, ARDMORO, I. T. livcnt Days nnJ Train Schedule t-c Agents. QALVE5T0N. TliXAS Cores Cltolera-Infanlum, Diarrhoea, Dyienttry, and the Dowel Troubles of Children of Any Age. Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Strengthens the Child and Makes mil sW 1 to C, J. MOFFhTT.M. D., St. Louis, Mo. nnd Thrush. Romovos and Prevents 'V.'.-v.r v. f Ktv-SviiiiiiSi i& v7 JU a.b .a. . ... . . Finest equipped '.V repair shop town. We in oj tin- O derstand vehicle construction, thorouchly, nnd t lie most elaborate nnd expen sive vehiuUacan bo intrubtfd !,v to us We npplv rtibhir tires ' of tho best. brnud8 on the And wo work fast on repair work. If your carriage needs attention better bare It attended to at once, aad by us, before serious trouble arises. D. E. ALLEN fe ... PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LAWYEk.. Geo. I. Jordan. G. G. Guthrey, JORDAN & GUTHREY, Attorneys at Law and Land Agents Wynnewood, I. T. Special attention to Commorclal and Land Litigation. Guy P. Cobb. E. Hastaln. COBB & HASTAIN, Attorneys at Law. Oillco in Granlto Dlock. Tishomingo, fad. Tor. 7. A. Ledbettsr. 8. T. Dledsos. LBDDETTER & BLEDSOE, Attorneys at Law. Office In Lodbettar & Bladios Build' Ins, Main strcoL PMYICIANS. DR. J. F. 80N, Physician and Surgeon. Special attention given to diseases of Womon and Children. Ofllco In Gorman buildings. Oillco hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 1 p. m. Oillco Phono No. C. Residence phono No, 132. DR. L. U. BROWN, Physician and Surgeon. Ofllco at Colotnun Bros' Drug Store. Itesldenco, opp03lto Ico Plant, South Ardmoro. Ofllco 'phono 205. Ilosl tlenco 'phone 28(1. : .;. .j. ,j ... DR. J. W. ECHOLS, Specialist. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Gtinosvlllo, .... Toxas. ,j, R. D. Moore, M. D. J. M. Vaden, M. D. DRS. MOORE & VADEN, Physicians and Surgeons. Offlco hours 10 to 12 m.; 2 to 4 p. m. Oillco 'Phone C8. Noble Building. Dr. Vaden's resldonco 'phono Tl irei urnj Puons J. tl. UoK... Kai. Pnoas II, QARDY Ai MoNEEH. HVatCIANB AND 8OKOB0NB. J0506 nnarai 10 lo ll s. m.. 2 lo d. m.,na iionp.m.ihandays.ioio ll a. m. and I to J. m. Olflca mono in. OfSoa orar Bamier'i ior nornar Ualn ind Caddo alraali. :- i DR. J. D. HODGE, Veterinary Surgeon, Dental work a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Headquarters City Llvory Stnblo. Ardmoro, .... int, Ton ; -j - W. M. ANDERSON, Veterinary Surgeon. Vhlta & Smith's Stable. Rea. 'Phonp No. 20! Oeulltt and Aurlit. 1Pel.l attention itlTen to floraeryt.u Diseases of the I'YB, UAR, NOSFJ AND rtlKOAT, nitr.aci Accurately Fitted utfloe oyer Ilonnsr Bonner's Orairmorr ifoms 3 and 5. Ardmore , I T "inne. Uesldenoeu. OfBoVlf ' ' T DR. u. V. SMITVf Physician and Surgeon. Ofllca In Gormun EulJdln. ufllco 'Phone 13 IUrri. Henldenco 'Phone 14. Offlco houts 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. S'Kscial attention glva to Diieaies of Women nnd Chlldran. W. M. C1IAKCELLOU Physician and Surgeon inA,T'i;fla".veo,,,uBB?,,,oa, & Ofllco with Ardmore Drus Co. )mco phone 8(1. residence nhon S2R OENTISTh. DR. A. E. ADAMS, Dentist. Tho latest improvoment for nnd Ilrltlgo Work. Crown Iwocal anesthetics administered for tho palnloss extraction of teeth. All work guaranteed. Prices to suit tho times. Office over Randol's store, Ardmoro, I. T.