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AN INDIAN MINISTER.
Worked as Farm Hand and Preached on Sundays. Fronm tho Oklaliomnn One of Uioso Incident that touch In tho hearts of all tnie men trnnsplrexl at tho raornlnB session of tho Indian ... . , i .11. .11.. Mission conference In this rlty yes- tcrdny. Tho conference hearing renortM from the ministers who hnd during tho past yenr held rhurBw In i rn. I .Hit el? tlnv W II M n I i'i-n - Kinney, a full blood Choctaw Indian. who hn.il boon stationed on the Parn- hnomorlnl nrotostlnu awungt a torn- nieolia charge, had the Moor and In a mod cat and unassuming way told of work performed for the Master tin- dor difficulties that would iiavo sorely tried tho hearts of his white broth- ion. Whtlo his pcoplo wore rich in tho possession of cattle and lands thoy could not be brought to a suniclont realization of tho merits and vnluo of tho Christian religion to properly sup- Dort tho mlnlstor nnd. with tears streaming down his cheeks, tho good c man told how ho had. rather Umn glvo up tho woik of onllghtcnlng Ills benighted people, secured work on a farm for a livelihood and continued In the ministry During his recital there was not an tinattemtlvo auditor In tho groat church, and lllshop Hoss. w.Ui with an earnest "Cod blosb you, broth oi," roso and nddrossoiT tho assembly. "Hretliron," ho said earnestly, "this brother Is an educated, Christian gen tleman and a graduato of Yalo col lego. Ho Is laboring undor great dif ficulties and at tho vory foundation where tho apostlos began. Why, I feel like taking oft my bat to such a man. Let us have a contribution for tho brother." Tho ontlro audience was visibly touched and thoro was a rush of con ference members to tho front. Coins fell like a shower upon tho contribu tion plate, and within threo minutes llishop Hoss. announced that forty dol lam had boon raised, and presented ... ll.I.-n,.nV U.1.H .-n KO 1... 41tn itAnnmallv brothers In Christianity that ho could siot audibly oxpress his gratitude. Do You Want to Yawn Tool mlil shlvcrtaKS. aching In tho hones, lack of enorgy. headacho and great depression? These symptoms may bo followed by violent headache. hleh fever, extreme nervousness, a condition Known ns mainna. ucruinu cures it. Tako It beforo the disease gets a fair hold, though it will woru . . T . I I l.t... n euro in any sinso. j. j. iiu miuo, .Manchester. Kns.. writes: I nave uscu votir creat medicine. Herbine, for sov . ... 1. ..ntttlnn Knllnl inn l fovorhdncho. hll niiRTinss. .ind for a UlOon-PUruyinK tonic, tliero Is nothing ns good" DOc nt W. II. Frame's. STEWART TAKES A BRIDE. Veteran of Nevada Married to Mrs, Cone of Atlanta. Atlanta, Ga.. Oct. 27. United Stales Senator William Stewart of Nevada ivos married tonight at 7 o'clock In a private pnrlor or tho Piedmont hotol nt Atlanta lo Mrs. Mary Agnes Cone, widow of the late Theodore C. Con.' oi Georgia and for several years past a resident of Washington Tho ceremony was private, the only wltnmtsoB boinc Thomas M. Norwood of Savannah, who served In the sen nto thirty years ago with Senator Stowart: Clark Howell and State Treasurer It. 13. Park. Tho ceremony was porformed by Rev. II. S. Ilradloy, ex-Senator Nor wood acting as host mnn. The bride -iwl irrrxim will leave at 1'oon for Washington. C. O. & G. EXCURSION HATES. International Livestock convention, rhlcnco. Nov. 28. 2D and 30. Rate $27.40. W. A. DASHIICm Ticket Agt. Some Dowle Definitions. a wnlKlns; i eiegaie is a w.u:-ih drlegoat." Now York Is the mrxlorn Sodom Klljnh's word Is God's word. In .ion bluo symbolizes the dome nt heaven; whlto, Uio garmcnis m fiod, and gold tho streets of ZIon. Tho Hostoratlon host Is not. a Iluf frJo Hill wild West show. Newspaper men nro "hell dogs." Tammnny "High" not Low; some t!m3 high things smell vory badly Christ Nazaroth called him tho son of Old Joe. tho carpenter. ,.n... .no u,n ,! Pink ojBtor suppors aro base church Hchemos In which women aro uhmi fr monoy manmg Mnsonry Its emblem within tho clr- de Is tho shameful phallic symbol. In JCIon they aro not mere witness1 to dlvlno healing they nro God's wit- resses. rjtuves fo tho parlor, st .m for tho sitting room, Htovca lor tno Kit chen, stoves Zjt tho offlco, and stoves for less monoy thnn others nsk Williams, Corhn & Co.'s. Nothing Is known against Sir Henry Mortimer Duron tl, tho ,icwly appoint cd Urltlsh ambassador to Washington nxrent Uint no Is transferred from Madrid. Under tho appropriates caption "A Ornnd Flzzlo," tho Oklahoman glvc Its readers tho proceedings of tho South McAlester convention of tho 2Gth Tho Oklahomnn repnsontntlvn tlmt city should have his wages Ujtfr, Hall's Orcat Discovery, cures all m80j fr tho newspaper stylo of hit? nrtIde. Here tho way ho put it: ........ , , . South McAlester. I. T., Oct. 2C Tho Territorial mass convention hero tMlnv was attended ! lens than ono hundred delegates of twenty-five rcc- 1 1 .. .it-.-..... 'PI. .InlrtMf.u imf.. I : uniiiiR uiBniiiB. ,.v..v.s.v. gje,i for an hour over a clause In Urn torlnl form of government. The res- olutlons wore reconslderoil by a largo Volo ami the clnuso ellmlnntod. Sin Rt. gtntora om. the resolution com mlttoe supportext tho protest, and ad- rorates of both forms of statehood voted against tho Injection of state- hood In any form. C. II. Douglas of MuskogO" was elected as chairman of tho convention. Prospective cnndl date as delegates mentioned wero R Foley. Kufaulu; Sam Powoll Wnaonor. The boom for Dr. .1. A. sterrett of South McAlester collnpsed Hacon: Dlscreti n mom than eloquent r In siMHrh m HORSES AIID MULES WANTED. pay more for the kind of want that! any buyer west of .miboiwiiihh run. I uu uu nu. I will f hlnl"n ri-oiiuHBiuimj . i uuj ui rect from the farmers and ship direct to tho market. For this reason I pay the exnense of the middle mnn to the farmer I wnnt young smooth, fnt. n,ollum horses and mule. a,d kindly asii unit uu imniva .iiiuiih hi k their horses and mules would show I mo their stock before they sell, and If 1 don't buy will make them bring all they aro worth. Drlng your stock to the I. T. wagon yard. Tho farmer friend. J. K. UOWUCS. AAVVVWWVVVVWVWWWv. The time i rii efm- I'lutnb ii. C work. We have, on IinuJ- :i full supply of Plumbing- Material. e know how to do your PitunbitiK- Our I'lutnbitiK prices aro right. Come and sec us. WEEKS BROS., Practical Tinners nnd Plumbers. WVAAMAAAAAAAAAVVWSMV PURE LIQUORS! We nre dispoeinc of the product of r ur Rpiristered Distillery direct to the cotihumiT ut the following prices. Year Old HurbouWtiiskey per Rnllon $3.35 White Corn Wlilsk y per gal . . . $3.oo Theae goods we make ourselves ,ln,i Will guuruntee tlitin. ci:.il.. 4 toft tD)..n-r 3 ILI'IO i.ijr iw iiuui. Wo also offer you three of the best and well known uranas ot case Kods viz. Cream Pure Rye per qt. bottle, $1.00 Paul Jones Rye per qt. bottle, l.oo hjonded Clarks Rye per qt.bottlc, l.oo . . , , n(.coninnnind I wIth money or Express order for amuunt. Wo refer you to the Chick asaw 'National Rank ns to our finan cial standing and character. Your very truly, WEITZENHOFFER & TURK. Distillers and Wholesale Liquor Dealer?, LEXINGTON OKLA. Pfymoing! A TEXAS WONDER. HALL'O GREAT DISCOVERY. One small hottle of Tho Text Won- kidney und bladder troubleo, removes f" Vj"c 1 Cjl , a" slons, vfcnk and lame back, rnoiiina- lsm M rr0Kllartt8 of ths kid- noy8 nni) bladder In both women und men. Ilogulates bladder trouble In children. " 10t feollJ 7 Jo tr drugKlet " ... J ------- 1 - one small bottlo Is two months' treat- Let ami wjil curc any CnBO above mentioned. DIl. 15. W. HALL. Solo manufacturer, V. O. Hox 620, St. Ixmls, Mo. Sold by all druggists. READ THIS. Ardnioro, I. T.. Oct. 18, 1902. This Is to certify that tho Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Dfscovcry, cured two of my family of kldnoy and blad dor trouble, and I can fully reconv mend It to othors suffering In same manner. Respectfully. K. J. STIIAVKLL. Many a man hat p. inc l:v mo in attempts to keep -r. gning to the bughouse Old FolnS at HOITieL Want to See You. On September 1st, S'h, lfith nul Oct. Gth will offer Home Visi' tors' Rates of Fare a.tl One-third to nil iioints in Indiana and many in Ohio, also Louisville, Ky, Tickets Rood for thirty dnys from dnto 0f 6ne If you contemplate n visit bank to the old homestead do not fail to first call on nearest Frisco Ticket Agent or tiddreps B. F. DUNN, Division Passenger Agt. Wichila, Kas. I $100 Reward g Will bo paid ty too Chickasaw a Stockmen' AshocIp.Uoii for tho v 4 arrest, nnd conviction of :nyone stealing stock of utiy kind from any member jf this Atoclutlon. Notify Jeir Payne. Pauls Val ley. Charley Kou, Rolf, I. T., or W. L. Lapslcy, Wytincwood, I. T., Inspectors. im. T. P. Howkll, Pres. O, K. Hat.ky, Sec. 0 9 4 9 a 4 9 fsOHE BEN PAY) Bifi fion i,,r un xvmi to h3U,UUO maniiRo their nd vrtising. There arc others '..no flK for an umiuiil R'lbscrin- pny V"1 tion to PitiNTKit's Ink u,id It.irn what all tho udvertie era are thinkinr: about. Hut uVKti ttiune nre not tbe extrutnul roach od. Thero ftru moa who loi e uvnl iinn nnn a reur ilolni; niilthor. Kol 4 IUUiUUU Baajj,0 copy nenil in oonmtl I'aiNiRB'ii Ink. No. 10 bpruoo St., K. YJ feature Has Tut Into Every Stomaqfr a liquid called the eutrlo Juice, which In a healthy condition Is capable of dlcestlnir tho food and convrrllnir It Into "chyme," nhlcU at lencth becomes cood, rich blood. Ths lpfi&t Htlln aliment nf tha 8 stomach affects this "castrio I 1 juico" and quickly leads to various serloiu slcknrsrs. These ailments may be easily aroldcd by taklnf regularly Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin aae and 3l,oo Bottlmi ALL DRUGGISTS ' SENT FREE I Sample bottle and an In tcresUng book on stomach troubles. PEPSIN SYRUP CO., MontlceUo, Ills. THMG$i kmTCHyoMii' w V I 1 1 1 1 I II 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LAWY1IKS. GEO. I. JORDAN, Attorney at Law and Land Agent. WYNNHWOOD, I. T. Special attention to Commercial and 1-and Litigation. Guy P. Cobb. E. Hnstaln. COBB & HASTAIN, Attorneys at Law. Olllco in (Iranlto Hlock. Tishomingo, Ind. Tor. W. A. LedbetUr. a. T. Illedioi LICDBKTTKlt & llLEDSOn, Attornoys at Law. OrBco In LedbetUr &. llltdsoe UuUd In k, Main BtreeL PMY5ICIAN5. L. B. SUTHERLAND, Physician and Surgeon. Office- I'l-stalrH In l'oetollleo Mock, Ardmore, Ind. Ter. DR. J. R. BANKS, 22 E Street, N. E. Ardmore, I. Will take away all your pains n,id olhor troubles. W. H. MaeCRAKEN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. General Practice. Office, Hooker-Carter building. Houra b-11 n. m.; 2-0 p. m. Evenings by appointment. DR. HUMPHREY. Specialist. Kyo, liar, Noso and Throat. Glassos occurately fitted. Olflco over Hotchklss' Jewelry store. Ardmoro, I. T. DR. J. F. SON, Physician and Surgoon. Special attention given to diseases of Women aud Children. Ofllco In Gorman buildings. Olllco hours: 10 to 12 a. m 2 to p. in. Olllco Phono No. C. Residence phono .No. 132. DR. L. U. BROWN, Physician and Surgeon. Olllco nt Coleman llros' Drug Store Residence, opposito Ico Plant, South Ardmore. Olllco 'phono 2C5. Hesl I dence 'phono 28C. ! -I 'i i l DR. J. W. ECHOLS, Specialist. fr Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Gainesville, .... Toxas. .j. .. . . ,j, . R. D. Moore, M. D. J. M. Vaden, M. D, DRS. MOORE & VADEN, Physlclanc and Surgeons. Olllco hours 10 lo 12 in.; 2 to 4 p. m Olllco 'Phono CS. Noblo Llulldlug. Dr. Vaden's residence 'phono 71 W. M. ANDERSON, Veterinary Surged.. Whits A Smith's Stable. lies. 'Phone No. 20J DR. J. W. SMITH, Physician and Surgeon. Olllco In Gorman Hulldlng Olllco 'phono C 3 rings. Resldenco 'phono 14. Olllco hours 10 to 12 a. m , I to 4 p. Special attention glvon to Diseases of Women and Children. DR. NICHOLSON, Dentist. Over llonnor Sc. Uonncr's Urug Store. Ardmore, Ind. Ter. W. M. UHANOKLLOK Physician hnd Surgeon I We innkn iIIbohsuii of women and chlldron nml (.'HQural opnrathu HurKry it sporlalty llrsiuuuut), 1 BIIUIIL IIUUl.UOI IDVI'UU UUUI north ot Third avonuo: Offlco with Ardmoro Drus Co. 3 (11 co phone 8G, residence phone 22k witnr lltrar. 1 "si. mono 85. i. O. UcHen iui. I'hont i HARDY A McNEKH, PHYOICIANa AND BUKOEONB. Offloe bnarai 10 to 13 a, m.. i to t p. m.,anc 8 to 0 p. n, Hnndays, 10 to 11 a. m. andtloi P. m, Offloe l'bon Ul. Olflce oror namaey'i droir tnr poTn Mtn tn'' nurtn UENTISTb. DR. A. E. ADAMS, Dentist The latest Improvomont for nnd Rrldgo Work. Crown Local anesthetics administered Uio painless extraction of teeth. All work guaranteod. Prices suit the times. for Ofllco over Rnndol's store, Ardmoro, I. T. m J. A. mVKNH.rrps. DON LACY. Vice Pros. The City National Bank Akdmokk, I. T May 23, 1903. This ccrliHcs that FIV15 HUNDRED DOL IARS ($500.00) ia on deposit in thin bank payable only to the successful candidate in the Merchant's Voting Contest. A. II. PALMER, Cash. HIE MERCHANTS' $500 CASH PRIZE FUND In lnunchlng this contest wo do so with tho sanction and cood will of every ono. It is a fund crentod by tho undersigned morchanta of Anl" more, Indian Territory, who proposo to plvo tho sum of 5i)0 In hard ensh to iho organisation, public or private, that shall securo the gron' b' num. bor of votes between this dato nnd December 22, 1003. Wo urgo nil In. stltutlons In Ardmore, or tho Indian lerritory, to compete for this GRAND CASH PRIZE OF $500.00. It Is well worth any effort you may put forth. With oach 25c purchase you sot ono vote. Thoro shall bo no votes rold by nny merchant or out Hitler, and any merchant so selling or disposing of votes shall, upon proof be stricken from the list. You cannut vote your tickets In hox or place excopt nt tin. storo where your pur base is mado, and then only nt tho tlmo of your purchase. Salesmen shall i lace tho amount of your pur chaso i-nd number of votes you nro en lilcd lo upon overy tlckot, together with his or her selling number and pilvato mark of the firm so Issuing The Merchants' $500 Cash Prize Vot ng TIckcL After which you shall de posit same In person In securoly locked boxos provided by tho merchant Is suing tho voting tickets, tho koy of which shall ho In tho custody of tho cashier of tho City Nntlonnl Unnk of rdmoro, Indlnn Territory, who shall open nil boxen, count nil votes and nako public reoord thoroof nt loaBt onco each month. No morchnnt of the Merchants' $500 Cash Prlzo Fund or any of tho clerks or employes shall bo eut!tlod to any voto In thin contest, nor shnll not bo allowed to oiwit n- votes for any institution or organisation. On tho contrary, shili remnln perfectly neutral On Saturday morning beforo tho ast Sunday of each month tho raer chants of tho Merchants' $.100 Cash P ;Ze Fund shall tnko their voting box. cs to tho cashier nt tho City National Hunk Umt snmo may bo opened and be counted. Dry Goods and Shoes. Mnddcn, Sykcs & Co. Wcstheimer & Daube. .1. A. I.cnthcrwood & Co. Snss & Crawford. Ardmore Dry Goods Co. J. H. Hamilton & Co., Shoes. Clnclnnntl Hnckot Store. Ilaltlmore Itackot Store. O. L. Dcuncs. Hardware. Noblo llros. J I). Spraglns & Co. Wcolcs Uros. Nol.md & Rollins, Quccnsware. Drugs and Dooks. .J. II. Wnll & Co. V. J. Itnmsey. Homier & Bonner. T. N. Coleman. Colctian llros. Furniture. C. R. Jones & Ilro. Hall &. Iltllts. Grocers. M. T. Knlkor. W. C. Kcndnll. J. A. Sklpworlh. A. A I'nllov Annual Fall Message. i - li . i WVI' ltd Looking to this end we have to ofTer the trade such Standard Goods as Moon Bros' Buggies, Moline Wagons, Buck's Stoves, John Deere, Eagle and Standard Implements. Our prices and terms are not equaled anywhere. HnHHaHnatVaHHannBHBHaHHMMHIHi Wayland Machinery Co., (Successor to RobcrAon Machinery Co.) V nro prepared to do nil kinds of Rebuilding- nnd Itepair work on EnRin-8, Ujilers, Pumps, Mills mid Cotton Gins. Well Augers repaired. We Imvo the beet equipment for raisinL', underpinintr and moving houses; also, for moving heavy safes, movinc nud re'setting lieavv tnnchinery. We guarantee perfect satisfaction to all patrons. For Salk Rebuilt Engines und Pumps very cheap. GEO. M. WAYLAND. Manager. A thoroaich, practical training nchonl, complete and up to date In orery department Day and nlk-ht ncbool the entlro year, pay paplU attend nlent school without extra chareoa. Tuition I7.W per month or 110 tor unlimited scholarship. Hoard 10 to $12 AO ptir month. No vacation. I'uplls may enter at any time, Every pupil la placed on his rlta or may adrancu an rapidly aa bla ability will permit. Thorough training: In shortest time consistent with etllclenoy. Itoferencen Any bank or business Arm In Ualnearllle. For cstalonus addteas, O. r. BKLVIDOB, A M.,Prealdent. Oalnesrllle.Teasi. to A II. I'AT.MKK. ('ashlar W V Wor,VKJlTON. AsstCash'r W A. Payne. H. T. Da'.ins. W. A. Ollllam. C. Crosby. U. V. Wymoro. fc'iindcrs k Howmnn. McCluucn & Webster. J. M l.oyd. W. II. Utloy. W. M. Page. Cold Storngo MarkoL Mlscrllaneous. J. L. Jehnson, Saadlery hlo H.ar less. Fraley Uros., Lumbor. V i:. Allen, f'lrrlEcman. Ct.aiSes Kerncr, Uutchor. Chns Hotchklss, Joweku- P. II. Tnrvor, Jewolor. W. A. Pi S.!., Tinner. J J S Lira, Tailor. Farlhlng t: Coonor, 1tl!ot. Colcnun t P.vnns, Co ifect.cLers.. T I., S)n!h. liveryman. Tim vAtbey. Llverynm". Crown fettling Works. Miss E-nird. Milliner. M s JiuniM Mllllnor. Mrs. M K. Spurgoon. Milliner Our mission is to supply tho (Icnnuid for liicli crndo Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Stoves and Implements. n