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HE CAUGHT THE HOUSE,
A Vrll of Aiililllr Critical
Point In n Piny.
ICdwatd IUrrimin ii' aald that the
irtoul tryln moment In hln tle-atrlml
oiiwr ecetirred In New Orleans wmn
after the civil war. He Ii-mI K'n
south with hit compiin; mid, j l ldln
MMnewhat to popular requint. put on
"The Ithtv ami the dray.-' The play
had been a attire up north, but down
outh, with the air atlll full of the bit
tMmcm of the war, It w a danitrrou
exiwrlment. Tony Hart wa to repre
HWit the Confederate gray, ao he hunt
Mi up a uniform of tli IJiilnlaiia Tl
Kitra, ami when lie vi manhlna on.
yuutiK, stalwart, tiaiidnonie, the typlca!
noMler loy In the beloved uniform, tl
liotwe, men anil women, rheered an
.bontetl anil crll for nil their hert
unbelted In thia lay. HarrlKan, atatt.
Inie In the wliitfH In lilt northern blue,
waltlmr to o on, bail juat one thought
"They'll kill me:" Then he utepped
out, the embodiment of the enemy, and
it cold, dead alienee fell tiftou the houae.
NH a hand moted for him The audi
ence waa tennewlth emotion, and there
waa only an limtant to art If the play
waa to be anted. Ilarrlvan, ig, kind
ly, lfo'l looking- came swiftly down
to the front and stepped over the foot
ttftht ytttter. leaning down to them.
l'ir the love of heaven, won't you
jrie the Yankee a hand?" he exclaim
eil. At once the house waa eaiiKht ami
all the pent tip feellmc turned the rlfjht
way. There waa h yell of applnutte.
Hum llir (-iililiir Cell'nl V'n Cureil,
Ittuveituto Celllul, when about to
cast bin fa mom statue of PewiM, now
In the l.og(lu del I.nnr.l nt Kloreuce,
waa taken with u midden fever. In
the mldit of bin HtilTcrlUK one f his
workmen pihIihI Into bin nick ilintnW
mid exclaimed: "Ob, Iteiivumilo! Vour
Htnttie Ih iipntli'd. and there 1h no hope
whatever of wiving It!" Culllnl wild
that when be licnnl this he gave a
bowl and leaped from bin bed. In-cut-lllK
hastily, be mailed to Ilia furnuee
mill found Ills metal "inked." He or
dered dry oiik wood mid llrnl the fur
nace. Ilereely. worktim In' a ruin Hint
wiih fullliiK, Htlrred tbc rhanneN mid
HiiViil 1 1 Ih inelnl. He ccilllllillcM the
atory IIuih: "After nil waa over I turn
ed to a plate of hiiIhiI on n bench there
mill ate with u hearty npKtlle mid
drunk together with the whole crew.
Afterward I letlred to my bed, hcullhy
and buppy, for It wax two bourn be
fore morning, mill Hlept iih awcctly na
If I bad never felt n touch of IIIiichs."
1 1 Ih overpowering Idea of huvIiik Ida
Hlntne not only drove the Idea of 111
matt from hit iiilml, but nine drove
nwuy the pliyMlcul condition ami left
him well. It wiih n triumph of mind.
SueoeHH.
A ii tl mt t Plot iTw,
Annual plnuta are thine that you
niiiHl eow every year. I'nmi need to
seed Ik only a year or lea. Annuiil
plaiilH probably cotuprlxc half the
ilowciiiig plant of the vorld. They
quickly take inlviinl, r the moving
Hoaaolix, grow, blo-woui ami die before
they are caught by the blight of winter
or by the parching dry hciisoii. They
arc Mbifty plnuta, now growing here,
then tthacomllng In other place. This
very iiiiivi'iulnly anil euprlcliiiiHiii'uri
make them worth the while. The
slnlil piireniiliilrt I want for the main
mill permanent uffecta in my aurdt'ii.
but I could no moiv do without mi
n Mil Ih than I could do without the
wpleoa ami the eomllmeuiH of the ta
ble. They are Mower of a hcmmou; I
like the tlowera of a mciixoii. Country
Life In America.
Ili-nf Hltil lllllilli 'I'l-nelii-rx.
"I suppose a deaf mid 1 it in I ns.lnui
Ih the last place tu whh b ino-l pcrins
who Wish to learn a l:i nu .i- would
think of going," audi the pnmipnl of
one of those tniltni ion- -ei tinte
are several educiitiil foreic cr who
eaibe here to take teawiu in Knghih
"The reaaou I that a (iicber In a
wdlrtol for the deaf and iluuib, biivlng
to talk an her pupil an read her lioi
iDRt'lia to enunciate clearly and dWlhiei
Ii' awl give each word It true value
The foreigner say our teacher peak
hj rtlatlnclly that they can ni iilre the
iRUsmnse In half the time they can
from ordinary Instructor."
'I he lllril of 1'iirRillm'.
I'ltibahly no famou bird ha a ainall
cr luibltat than the bird of parailli-e,
WlHUf lamutlful feather are o highly
irleil III the millinery trade. No one
kiuwa why the varieties of thl beautl
(til blnl are confined to the Inland of
Now lti nea and the neighboring
coasts of Australia. There are many
other Inlands not far away where lb
conditions would seem to tie cipuitly
fgvorable to their exlatemv. but they
ore not fuuml among them.
Tile llllleruuee In Scii-ouo.
"Hr'er Wllllanm," said llrother Dick
ey, "you all time talkln' 'bout wautln'
tor go ter glory In a chariot or fire.
HoWrt you like ter try It In do middle
8P ABDat f
"Ilr'or IHckcy," replied ltrolhcr Wll
Hams, "w'en I made dem remarks we
WU dep In llee'iulr en il white
snow ir all over de ground!" At
Inula Coutitutloti.
itubiii.
Xaowy - I've hiiml a rumor Unit sho
I to be marrliHl.
Oldlmche Yea.
NooKoy Who's the lucky one?
Oldlmche-Nclther of them. If they
only knew II. Philadelphia Pre.
Wmilcil.
I am IooUIiik for dinlioiuvt horrnw.
era-yes, Indeed- fellows who will lxr
row my troubles and never pay them
hiiek. New Orleans rinies-Dcmooriit.
It Is a great evil as well nn a ml
foitunc tu he nimble to utter a prompt
dud d'vld.'d no,-Simmons.
A TEXAS WONDER.
HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY.
One imall bottle of The Texas Wol
Jer, Hall'a Great Diseorery, cures all
kidney and bladder trouble. remoTea
Krarel. cure !.u. ua, seminal emU
Ions, weak and lame back, rheutna
(.Urn and all lireularitlea of the klo
neya and bladder In both women and
men. Regulate bladder trouble In
rblldren. If not bold by your druggist
will be sent by mall on receipt of 11
One small bottle l two months' treat
ment and will cure any case above
mentioned. DR. B. W. HAM
Solo manufacturer, P. 0. ox 619,
St. I-ouls, Mo
' M by all druggists.
HEAD THIS.
Ardir,' .. I. T.. Oct 11, IMS.
Thin la to certify that the Texaa
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 same
manner. Respectfully,
K. J. STlLWKM
WOODFORD.
Special Correspondent.
Woodford. I. T., Sept. 26. Tho gin
hero la busy once more ginning.
Cotton is a great deal shorter than
It waa thought to be. Tho farmers say
line bale to six acre will be a good
average. While some will make
more, others will make lean.
J. A. Williams anil J. 1 Kalbhave
gone to Duncan this week as dele
gates to the Raptlst Territorial Con
veutlon. . .
Several Irales of cotton were sold
here yesterday. W. H. I.edbettur A
Co. naming tho price.
J. S. Alverflon lias returned I rem
Tarrant county, Texas, wlioro he ha
been to see alter his gin plant.
W. A. Jolly, agent hero for the Cu
ban Sugnr plant, had numerous calls
for the product yesterday and today
All who tasted the sugar sont oth
irs to buy.
C. U. Rodgura Kissed through hen
yesterday eil route to his ranch near
Davis.
Thu merchants hore are doing some
tnll riding on the road of collection
Thoy any this road lends to aiicce
Distress After Eating Cured.
Judge W. T. Holland of Greonsburg
Ut., who Is well and favorably known
says: "Two yonrs ago I suffer'
greatly from InillgoHtlon. Aftor eai
lug. great distress would Invarlab'
result, hinting for an hour or so an
my nights were restless. I conclii'
ed to try Koilol Dyspepsia Curo an
It cured mo entirely. Now my sloop
Ih refreshing and digestion porfect
Sold by all druggists.
It Ik atrungo poet represent night
an a goiiuess ami ui tne same nine
call her silent.
Subscrlbr for the Ardmnrnlt".
5l i i. i r ti eft'
A Praoressivs
Giiristean
Diistitutiui!.
(inorn nuiHTlor ml iiningcn for
I Iih lilu'Iier ii,liii'llin nl .Minnit
Men ninl Women. 'oureii in
KtiKlixh HlHtory. Mallicmnili s.
8eleuee, l.nigunic '. I'lilloo;!)y.
Musli' uu.l Oratory kIi'H by ii
HtholHrlr l'lieiiliy. lienllon tin
HUriil. No Malaria. Pure
Watr. New lillllillili; anil exlen
sltu groiiuilx. llseel eni moral
training. Caeli uil the olije -t
of pemonal care, Ternm te.it.in
nlile. Srlio Inr Calatoguo.
VYNNEWOOO.IT.
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
Ape Yoib Goaitfj West?
ro-
California or Arizona
$25.00
ONLY
Untcs from lUancli Line I'olnts
slightly lilgh-r.
TlCKGrS l:0R SALU
Sept,
15, to Nov, 30, 1903,
Tourist Sleeper, Texas to I.rs Angeles
Without Change.
1' r Stopover Prlvllouei. Ihuorlptlvo
I.tterature. TlmaCiriU. Kto Bio 8nt Fe
AKunl" or aililrons
W.
S KUHNAN, O. P. A.,
(lalvest"ii, Texas.
noiio
A I IIIIDIIIl
(1 lUIIL
SANTA FE EXCURSIONS.
Kali Kostiwtu i, hansas
f it,
Mo.,
Ort. 1 to 7. Rate 1Z.46.
Single stalenood covrmtlon, South
McAlester, Oct. J. IUt $1.05.
American Royal Uveatock Show,
Kansas City. Mo., Oct 17 to II. Rat
tU.15.
Second-class StUwa' rate to Cali
fornia Sept. 16 to Nov. 80. Rate U.
National MvMtock Assotlatlon,
Chicago, III., Nor. 21 to 10. Rate
Rnto JI7.40.
Christian Churoh National Conven
tion, Detroit, Mich., Oct It to 17.
Rata S3S.I0.
Texas Stato Pair and Dallas Kxpo-
Ition, Sept. S6 to Oct II. Rate Sept.
2. Oct 1 and 11, $2.30. Rate Sept.
25 to Oct. 11 $4.46. Rato Sept. 35 to
Oct. 11 $1.70, limited OcL II.
rorepaugh & Sells Uros.' Show,
Gainesville, Oct. 7. Rato $1.60.
American Rankers' Association,
San Krancltco, Cal., Oct. 8 to 17.
Hate $50.
Kxcurslon' rale to Qalvoston, Texas,
June 1 to September 30. Rate xl7.cn.
Kxcurslon rates to Sun Angelo,
Texas Juno 1 to September 30. Rate
$13.75.
Kxcurslon ratea to Impasas, Tex
us. Juno 1 to September 30. Rate
$9.85.
O., C. & S. 1 tourist ratos to Sul
nhur Snrlngg. May 20 to Sept. 30.
Rato, $2.00.
See ticket agent for summer tour
1st rate.
W. A. DASHIKU., Ticket Agent.
C. O. & G. EXCURSION RATES.
Christian church national
tlon, Dotrolt, Mich., Oct. 14
Rato $$33.20.
conveu
to 17
International Livestock convention.
Chicago, Nov. 28, 20 nnd 30. Rati
$27.40.
W. A. DASHIKI.L. Ticket Agt
Warning Order.
In the United States court In the In
dlnn Territory. Southern distr'rt.
Cruce & Cruce. plaintiffs, vs. f M
Keys & Co., C. M. Keys. W. Keys, K.
Kevs. Hugh Mills, defondanis. No
r.,oio.
The Defenilants, C. M. Keys & C o
C. M. Keys, W. Keys, R. Keys. Hugh
Mills, is warnod to appear in thl
court in thirty days a,ii(i answ.-r the
comnlalnt of the plaintiffs Cruce &
Cruce.
Witness Honorable Hosea Town
send. Judge of snld court and the seal
thereof this 21st day of September
P.I03. C. M. CAMPCRU..
(Seal) Clerk
Cruce. Cruce & Illenkmoro. Attor
neya.
S. II. Hutler, Attomoy Non-Resident
Hrst publlslied Sept. 21, 19i3.
Warning Order.
In the United States Commissioner's
Court in the Indian Territory, So-tth
crn District, at Ardmore.
W. T. Uogle nlaintlff vs I It. Jac
quess defendant.
Tho deteiidant, I. H. Jactpiess
warned to. appoar In this court In thir
ty days and answer the complaint of
tho plaintiff, W. T. Iloglo.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 16th day of September, 1003.
t Seal) T. N. ROUNETT.
United States Commissioner.
Potter, Ilowman & Potter, Attys.
11. C Pottcrr, Atty for Non Resident.
Fir-t published Sept 17, 1903.
The Woman With a
'Beautiful Complexion
It tlie woman who chfrts portmr
the slow of beilth. Tlis !ntrjr
Ufa of mo.t womoa maVn It liio
Iutly uece.f ary for thf m lo M.lit
nature In lcplns th funttlmn of
iltcritton In btilthjr condition.
Tlit wby
Caldwell's
(Luxntlvn)
Syrup Pepsin
Ii io roi'uUr with tb women of
Am-r' -4 It U 1 centlo crrncttT
it ii.it. .ilmul.Mlr.c tbo liver nn4
X i I'Mtohpallhy ctloo-hfn no
- i.l i hn, no eonHlpMton. no ner.
i 4M i-.lnitcil thaflowofKnlth,
ALL nvaUGGISTS
Sac nnd SI.OO ISuttlet
SAmnla ltottl And nn lnt resting
'J ho Slory of TrvellncMn."
Pepsin Syrup Company
Monttcollo, llltnoia
Why pay 20u to 25e for fruit treos
when you can got tho samo trees at
Ardmore Nursery at 6c tolOcT t-oct-lB
-iH
W If Mjj
X
If you buy your goods
nrlJnrva jitirl Pnftmla. Snttif
goods, leather chair's and couches. We handle mantels,
see my stock.
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ARDMORE' A LEADING BAKERY.
Bread delivered daily
to all parts of the city,
and shipped to all
points within one
hundred miles.
Spiegle's Bakery,
C3
CZ3
'Phone 307.
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,, 114 nroadwnyi M'tiono 170.
Texas State
DALLAS, SEPT. 2 TO OCT. 11, 1903
The Following Low Katc3 Effective
... .,i,nnnil CPU- IIP D li . ' . "
i mt na i.r. Aiunuai. atri. 4U, n iui - . of. n.
C Octobs 4 and 11; Retura
&A Alt OS SALE Dalls, Sflp e:cb
Cp.4-i , Ritufii Day Following
iT i "7f& i On Sslo Dilly, Seoterabc
N " I Ul
Imlted to Oct b r 12.
Pull information regarding Special
from Santa
W S. IIP.HNAN.O.I'. A.
TEETH 1 MG SWBERS)lHHi teething easy.
Costs Only 25c at Druggists, or mail 25c to C, J. MOFFliTT, M. D., St. Louis, Mo.
Cures eruptions and Soros, Colic, Hives and Thrush. Removes nnd Provonto
Worms. T1'?l','Tr:rTTrA counteract t aimu ovuKuumto
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN.
I'
EXCURSION RATES
K A
0.
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f
-J.
.1
Gliesp Round Trip
i o points in New York
Illinois. lwn, Mictimtiu
Tickets are Limited to Oct. 31. 1903.
BesttUs these rateo, we have special excursions to
different jihcfs nt different times cuunot advertise them
nil. If you oinlemplute a tnp bo sure nnd see the Frisco
Agent, or address p nUNN(
Ulv Pass. Agent,
Wichita, Kan,
Money Saved
wt A. C. Young's store. Lots
lir:i tl I f ii 1 irnii fiilfl Jlf.lHH
. C
Y
Fresh, pure, whole
some bread made every
da'. Our- Clebrated
Cream Graham and
Rye Bread always on
hand.
J. H, Spiegle, Prop, and Mgr.
Home Building.
If jr.ti me buildirjK 11 new home or
11 'tit-huts btitifi', we want to quo'e
jt'tt iici'P on nil PitiishtnK Work,
l i'ltin ns, Urprket", DnorH.Snsli, E'
tiooris shippid 1 romptly upon re
ceipt of f icier The heat npupppil
I aiiiii tr Mills nnd SiikIi and Door
Fu lory in the li.diuu Territoiy.
Ardmore Sash and Door Factory,
ARDMORI:, I. T.
9 S f ! 9 i !
i r
Finest equipped
repair shop ' in j
town. We 1111- 4f
derstand vehicle '
nn rt I n I i r,ti I Ii v.tti rrli I fili.1 '.
VjUiini. it, 1. v.i. lui'Kiiitn; , .,.,
tlie tno- inlnrit" mid cxpen
ive v- Ii i-.-hc'kh he inrrust'd
to us c ppl v 1 nbb.-.r tires
it thH b'Ht brmid8 011 the
on rinlr work If
vlur cirrliiKB m cdi
I'aveltmtenilcMltu
1 '.. I oforo norlouK t
a attention tiottor
nt once, anil by
rouble arlroH.
I'll i , 1 I l ll
f. " jf s? ,vc., -
Sirao u;y
r 25 ta Oo II,
Dtt) of Sale
25 ti Oct. II,
.-.vent U.iys and
l-o Agents.
I rain
QALVlia TON, I L.AAS
Cures Chofera-lnfantum.
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and
the Dowel Troubles of
Children of Any Ago.
Aidi Digestion, Regulates
the Bowels, Strengthens
liirhllH .mrlMakf.
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Tickets on Sale Daily,
Virginia, West Virginia,
Wisconsin nnd Minnesota.
4-
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Se hedu e U
of nice Ruga, Art SqiuircJ
llPfls. f;iil' fl rr-s. r tiollQ
tiling and grates. CijipJ
O U N
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
LAW hws.
Geo. I, Jordan. G. G. GuthreJ
JORDAN &. GUTHREY,
Attorneys at Law and Land Agenu
Wynnowood, 1. T.
Special attontlon to Commercial at
Iand Litigation.
Guy P. Cobb. E. Hastal
CODB & HASTAIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Omco In Granite Block.
UshomlnBo, Ind. Te:
W. A. Ledbettar. 8. T. Died
I.KDBETTER & DLED30K,
Attorneys at Law.
OClce In Lcdbettsr & Dlsdso Uu'J
lag, Main street
f MYMCIAN3.
DR. J. F. SON.
Physician and Surrjrv;.
Special attention given to diseases
Women and Children.
Office In Gorman buildings.
uinco Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
p. m. Office Phono No. G. Residcm!
phono No. 132.
DR. L. U. BROWN,
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco at Coleman Bro3 Drug Stor!
Residence, opposlto Ice Plant, Soul
Ardmore. Offlco 'phono 2G3. Res!
donee 'phone 280. 1
: : : ? & tf
DR. J. W. ECHOLS,
Specialist.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Gainesville, .... Texas.
: : : : : : .5. .
R. D. Moore, M. D. J. M. Vaden, M. m
DRS. MOORE & VADEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office hours 10 to 12 m.; 2 to 4 p. :
Office 'Phono 08. Noble DullJIui;.
Dr. Vaden's residence 'phono 71
"l.otit M
Iff, RM
I'tiVHCIANM AKO BtntaKous
JHcb bnin. 10 la 11 it. m.. 1 la 4 n. m.
8 to il p. m.i annaye, 13 tu 11 . in. tnil li.l
. m. OfflOfc riione 172. OUr.e orer Uiciiil
il'i in n ooner Jln inil :l(lo lriB
DR. J. D. HODGE,
Veterinary Surgeon,
Dental work a specialty.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Headquartors City LIvory
SUiblo.
(
Aidi.iore, .... ind. Tor.
W. M. ANDERSON,
Veterinary Surgeon.
Miltc & Smith's StabU.
Uea. 'Phone No.
w
Or. F. P. vor Kcllc,,"
Oauliet nl Aariet. I
Deoll ttteatloa irtvea to aaricM
Ulno&os of the U
BYU, GAR, NOSH AINU TltUOAjJ
0l.i35cn Accurately Pitted I
Olfloe ovur Uonntir llounnr's DrueHtiJ
Uiujch s aod s. Arilmoro. 1. tV
I'tionni HBtlitonon 44, OIMpo in t
DH. u. W. SMITf."
Physician and Sunjron. j
Ofllce In Gorman Pulldinr!
rjOlce 'Phone H 3 Rln j
R-.llence 'Phono M. !
Jff.v'p houra 10 to 12 a. m , I to i p. j
h-. lal attention rIvp to rdseaacil
Women and Cilldrun. '
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'A. M. Cfl AM 'PL LOU
Physician aud Surge,, i
i
f
We niako dlaeanaa of uouon nod cliUJfg
ml u'unernl nporntlvu nnrirnry a apocl
llMHiiluDuo, a HtrnMt northeast, neconil ittj
north of Third nvonao: . j
Office with Ardmore Diur Co '
Htlee phone SB. roaldenro phone ?
OHNTISTi.
DR. A. E. ADAMS,
Dentist.
Tho latest Improvement for
and nrldgo Work.
Cto
Ixical aneBthetlea adminlBrtored n
tho painless extraction of teeth. '
All work guaranteed. Prices
suit tho tlmi. ,
Ofllce over Handol's store, Ardro0
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