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World'! Fair Notice.
1 , ilast funwi workers awl .tm-ltT union of America met last w.x k ' YounBtown O The meet ( las' mxl jreer will In- liof 1 at St 'Jiiita ilurtnc tho World h Fair Annie Irish, who Is to pld the part m Ira, the Bgyittlaii beauty. In Men Hwr. II to aftid will oe for Hiunllu u King, wlto will Unt MlM Irinh in tlx diameter of Cteojtatra. Th pic tarr- will ik exhibited at tlx? WorM'n I'rof. llAlney C. 1vp, chief of the rte iMtftimmt of rt for the World's Fair, hB roceuUy returned from an extend ed trip through th art calri of Eu ioie. 1'tofewwr 1yi Ut he l twirI that France, Belgium. Oer- iimnjr, Austria, SwIUerland. Hunitar Hlin, Kgynt. Italy. Holland. RuMla, nm, Norway and Denmark will HMke lam and ell"nt display utMitwr will occupy l'),0i quart er K at Uie World's Pair In allowing advawwmoot of that enwrprlsln B-ittUi Amrloan government. In the jiin of agriculture nt will occupy 2.MW feet; mines 1.5W feet, forestry l.sbfl f.t, manufacture 2.wo feet, umbutaifted 2.G00 fet. A house built -nttr l of fifth bones will be one A tho rrldlties encounter 4 at the World' Fair. A St Augus tine, Wa.. negro Is the archltw ( of the. unique structure It will be lSx 15 feet and the gable end will be n exaot reproduction of the old city fttttM of St. AuguMine. The srnla or Ut drmn are exclusively tise.l for the work, an they are wiv-ptlble lo ehetfiioRl treatment whhh renders rhem peculiarly adapted for building pentose. The bones used are thoo of Oh shnrk nnl an occasional saw flhti. Th furniUiM of tliia Is ulso a novel addition. The niuttresaus and plllowH for the bed are in tide of lmss aciilos which by a certain process nr' midurod aa wift as feaUiers. Nine li.irrtrl of drum flsh scales are roqulr--d to eomploto the houso and those h.ivo li Imj cnre-Hilly assorted ns to Ire to Insure uniformity. Dieting Invites Disease. To cure dyspepsia or Indigestion It Is no longer necessary to live on milk and toast. Starvation produces such wnuknoss that the wholu system be comes nn easy prey to dlHense. Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure enables tho stomach and dlRestlvo organs to digest and as similate all of tho wlmloiomo food that one enres to oat. and Is n nevr fallltiK cure for Indigestion, dyspopsia and all stomach troubles. Ko ill xosts what you eat makes the stom ach sweet. Sold by all driiSKts. . A train bod of young women is on Hsr way from Virginia to marry lone somo hachulors In Montana, whoro Bills are scarce. The magic Initials 1. F. V. may be Intorproiod to moan llu Firtrt Families of Virginia. "It Goes Right io the Spot." "When pain or irntct.on exists on any part of tho body, tho application of Hal Inn I'm Snow Liniment will give prompt relief. "It goes right to the spot," said nn old man wiio was rub bing It In. to cure his rheumntlsm. C. It. Smith, proprietor Smith House. Tenulia, Tuxns, writes: "I have used . Milliard's Snow Liniment in my fain lly for serenil years, nud have found It to be a fine remedy, for all aches jand italns, and I recommend it for Uiulns In the throat and chest ' 25c. JJOc and $1 at W. II. Frame's. : lowlo has a least one frlond in New iYork. Hx-Chlef Dovory puts hi n good 'word for him: "Wliy can't they leavo jlio old fellow alone? He's got his liwn graft find is working It right." The Salve That Hsals. Without leaving a scar Is DeWltt's The name Witch i-jisel In apmlod to jnnny salves, but DeWltt's Witch Hi jol Salvo Is the only Wltcn Hazel salve jiindu Hint contains the pur: unndul (orated witch hazel. If any other Witch llarel salve Is offered you It is a counterfeit. K 0. DoWItt invonto.1 Witch Haiol Salve and DoWitt's Wit:.i JIazel Salvo Is the lest snlvs In i'.io vorld for cuts, burns, br.nsi.s. tut for, or blind, bleeding, U'ltl.i aid pro Jriiillng piles, fio'.d oy fell ilrurk. No matter what e nir a felljw tuny lie, lie will nuvor sliy when the dog 'Rtolior eoinoM am: in I , It really pays io , goil if you don't bdleve It ask asv or the hltfli salsrlod prwciiori . o i impp. n to kripw. A Woman's Complexion. It Is rank foolishness to nttoinpt to remove sallowness or greaslnoss oi the skin by the use of cosmotlcs, or "local treatment, as ndvocated by the "beauty doctors." The only safe and sure way that a woman can lm provo lior complexion 's by purlfyintt and enriching the blood, which can only bo accomplished by keeping ih, liver healthy ami active. Tho liver Is the seat of disease and blood pnl lutlon. Oieen's August Flower acts directly on tho liver, clcausos and en riches tho blood, purMos tho complex ion. It also cures constipation, bil iousness, norvouBiiess nnd Inducoa re frcbhlng sleep. A singlo bottle or August Flower has been known to cure tho most pronounced and dis tressing cases of dyspopsia and indi gestion. Now slzetrlal bottlo 25 cents; regular size 75 conts. At tho City Drug Storo, A POET'S ALOOFNESS, The Manner In Which Worilirrnrtb Was Ilesarddl lir Ml Hdichlmr. The wortlilcs of Wordsworth's vll Intro In the Ink' ountry of linglnnd bad their own id-ns of bis vsltic as n man and a poet. When tieHtlotied after his death as to his iwrseiiality they resdlly admitted Hint he was kind to these who were In sickness or need They couM eonnt on him mi a pinch. 15 lit be dkl not hobnob with tils neigh bors. "He did not notice tlteui much," snld an old man In answer io nuwitlom askmi bjr the sutlnir of "Ike Country Sketcbes." "A .Irin Crow ami an gMld blue doak was his rig." continued Uh old man "And ss for hl habits, he liad nonn Nlver knew lilui with a st I his hand or a pine I' his tuontu." After deep probing the author brought out: "Ye; Wonhwiirth whs fond of a gora dinner ut times if ymi could it ft blm to it. Thitt was the Jol." Ilien the poet's alfxifnesH ws again touched upon. "lie was forever pnrlHK the roods and lit own itnrden walks and alway t-iiiolng iwietry. He was ter"lde throiiK In inltors and folks ye nun ken at times, but If lie eoiild get awa fr.i them a icll lie was out upon hli w.ilk. "Ami then he wmilil sat bin bead n bit forrnd ami pSit hi hand behlut M Imek. And then he wmikl sturt u-liiini- ming, and It n Imiui. bum, hum. and go on bummina for long'eiioiiKh right down ami buck ami In. I supiiose, yo ken, the blimmlos heliel til t u out n blr." l u CimiiI l.iinUrr. I'ltmi the moiintHliis of Ciiiuden, .Me., comes a story of n I'lillndelplilu mcr- clisnt who liti n summer cottage In that vllhiffe mid who wished to ex- change a lively horw which he owned with n l''reinli Ciuindlnti who had a more gentle iiu'lmnl. which women and children could drive. Tin- I'renchniiin whs willing to trade, but for wmie ren- son Insisted Umiii repenting to the vIh Itor that the local horse did not "look" as well as the'one belonging to the rhlliidelphln limn. An exehnnge Millsfaclory to both parties was eventually made, and the first time the visitor's wife took the new borne out for n drive she disco v ercd that the IhhsI was ns blind as a mole. A few days Inter, when the nih tlcator met the Frenchman, he said: "See here, you nisciil! That horse you swapped with me for mine was stone blind. Why didn't you tell me of It at the time?" "Ah'm bin try tell you all Ah'm bin know how fer to tell. Ah'm bin say my horse was no look Ink you horse suv so Hcex. nine tains. Ah'm no bin bluni' eef you no hear mc." Philadelphia Ledger. Trcr .Slintteil hy (Mr Win il. The effect of wind upon trees Is pow oi fill. Kvcn the presence or absence of forests may be determined by the chnniclor of the prevailing wind or the conditions that modify It. The wind acts as a drying agent, giving a special aspect to many plants. When It Is al iiioxt always from the same quarter the plants show greater development upon one side. Trees are smaller on the windward edge of forests, and trunks n in I lirniiebes are bent to Ice ward. The deformations are most mark ed neu i' the sen or III Milt relona. The cherry, plum, walnut, black M.plar. ash and certain pines are very sensi tive to the wind, but mountain pines and certain Urn oiler xrent powers of resistance, and these are' recommended for reforesting wind swept lands. Ill-.lrir Miule I'aliiliilile. . Joseph .Salvador, the French histo rian, and Jules Sandeau. a novelist, imiile their meeting at n public recop llun the occasion for a dispute as to Hie respective places which they occupied III the world of letters. "The reading of history Is like a pill It needs the sugar coating to make it palatable." argued the novelist. "Ah, but It is the Ingredient which cures, not the coating." remarked the hlslorlaii. "Then let us divide honors," said San dean, "for If It were not for my sugar coating your historical facts would dry on the shelves." 'I'll Iliiriillini of a Dream. One evening Victor Hugo was dictat ing letters to bis secretary. Overcome by fatigue, the great man dropped Into a slumber. v few moments after ward he awoke, haunted by a drotim which, as he thought, hud extended over set em I hours it ml he blamed his secretary tor sitting there waiting for blm instead of wakening Mini or else going away. What was bis mirprlse wls'ii the iK-wlldered secretary told hint tlmt he had only jut finished writ ing the last sentence dictated' to blm. A StrlLlnic Sliiill,., ; Old Nmplojce You know as velltis I do that I have been as faithful ns clockwork in .tour employ. Old Umpioyer iblttciiyi - Yei, Junt exactly as faithful as clockwork. You struck every time you could and never gave more than the minutes" warning. Baltimore American. rinxiirjiiia- ii i !. "Ye., ma'am." said tho peddler, "this here hair tonic will raise hair on n billiard ball." "But will It raise hair on n pump kin?" asked the lady of the bouse. "Well, I should say so!" "I'll tako a bottle and got my husband to try It."-Judge. Servants, First Housewife Some days I undo about everything the servant docs. Second Houscwlfc-Graclous! Howr do you dare J Detroit Free Press. SCHOLARSHIP IN GAINESVILLE COLLEGE GIVEN AWAY. Paying Employment for the Spare Hours A Liberal Commission on Every Dollar Appeals to Ambitious Yeung People. The Daily and Weekly Ardmorelta offer to tome young man or younf My an opportunity to easily earn a scholarship In one of tho bw' busi ii'iaa college of the country To ob tain this scholarship you are re quired only to do a small ntnou." f work among your frlewda and to add profit to the pleasure of the work, the Ardmorelte will pay you for what you do. On December It, 1908 we will give to the young man or Indy sending In the grauest amount of cash for dail or 'weekly subscribers a scho if:i;p In the Gainesville Business College. Dully subscription is worth 50 cents a month of J5 a year. Weekly sub icriptlon is worth 25 cents for three months, 50 cnta for six months or $1 for one year. The cash sent In with each subscriber Is placed to your credit, and If on Docomber 15 you head the list a scholarship In the Gainesville liuslnosa Collogo will be Isaued to you which entitles you to a thorough course In book-keeping, short hand or banking. Tho contest ends at C o'clock p. m. Tuesday, IX'eoinber 14. Return 15 tier cent of nil monies collected as pay for your work. Regular traveling solicitors and cmployoe of the olllco aro not el'.g llc to enter the contost. Tho proposition has morlt onougii to appeal to any ambitious boy or girl. Let your friends know that you wnnt the scholarship and thoy will come to your assistance. He the first one to send In a list of subscribers. The contest places within your easy grasp tho best opportunity of your life for a business oducatlon. Write today for subscription blanks nnd sample copies. Notice to Creditors. In tho District court of the United States for tho Southorn district of the Indian Territory. In Bankruptcy. in the matter of T. K. and S. B. Uronts. bankrupts. In Bankruptcy. To tho creditors or T. K. and S. K Brunts of Ada, I. T., in a division of the district aforesaid, bankrupt: Notlco la hereby given that on the 2tJ day of October A. D. I'M, the -(aid T. H. and S. K. 1! rents were duly adjudicated bankrupts and that tho first meeting of the creditors will lie laid at Ada. I. T.. on the Till day or November A. D. 1903, at 10 o'clock If the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, npiolnt a trustee, oxamlno tho bankrupt anil transact such othr bus Inoss as may properly come hoforo said meeting. B. P. GIBBS. Referee In Bankruptcy. First published Oct. 28, 1903. WARNING ORDER. Ill the United Stntos court In the Indian Territory, Southern district: Mary Smith, plaintiff, vs. William Smith, defendant. No. 5f.7i;. The defendant William Smllh, Is warned to appear In this court In thir ty days and answer the complaint of tho plaintiff. Mary Smith. Witness, Hon. Hosea Townsend judge of sold court this 27th day or October. 11)03. C. M. CAMPHHU Clerk. Herbert. Walker and Cannon, nt.tor noys. J. ('. Graham, attorney ror non-res ldent. First published Oct. 2S. 1!)03. Notice or First Meeting of Creditors. In Hie United States court for tho Southern district,, of the Indian' Ter ritory. In Ikinkruptcy. In the matter or F. .1. Hamilton, bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. To the creditors of F. J. Hamilton of liChanon. I. T.. and illHtrlel iifnro. 'saIiI, a bankrupt: Notice Is hereby given that on tho 23rd dny of October A. I). 1903. the Mild F. J. Hamilton was duly adjudi cated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors will lie held at my oTlro In tho United States court house in the city or Tishomingo on the lOUi day or November A. D. 1903. nt 10 o'clock in tho forenoon. nt which time the said creditors may attend, provo their clntms, appoint a trustee, examine tho bankrupt and tiansact such other business as may pwperly come beforo said mooting. J. B. O'lmVAN, Referee In Bankruptcy. First published Oct. 28, 1903. Self-confidence Is a winnor. CHURCH SOCIETIES. Tho Parsonage and Home Mission Socloty of tho Broadway M. E. church meets tho first and third Tuesdays of each month at the parsonage. MRS. HESTER WOLVKRTON. PresldenL The I T. ls meets every Sunday afternoon from 3 to 4 at the First Pre byterlan church. MISS MAUD TENNERY, Pres. The Ladles' Aid Society of the First Baptist cuhrch wests with the mem bers oach week. MRS. HEATH Pres. Tho Foreign Missionary Society of tho Broadway il. E. church meets the first Thursday of each month. MRS. T. K. KEARNEY, Pres. The Aid Society of tho Cumberland Pre byterlan church meets every' Tues day with ono of tho members. MRS. II. L. POTTERF. Pres. Tho Aid Society of tho Christian church meets every Tuesday with one of the members. MRS. MAUD DOUGLAS. Pres. MRS. ED SANDL1N, Sec. The Christian Endeavor of tub Chris tian Church moots every Sunday af ternoon at 3 o'clock. ERRET DUNLAP. Pres. Tho Aid Society of the Central Bap tist church meets every Tuesday at 3 o'clock with one of Its members. MRS. BRUCE. Pres. The B. Y. P. U. of tho First Baptist church meets every Sunday afternoon at tho church. MISS DAISY NICHOLS. Pros. Tho Pierian Club will mcot every Wednesday from 3 to E o'clock with different members. They will study the Bay View course. Their object will bo to beautify tho public school building. MRS. JOHN WH ITEM AN, Pres. LITERARY SOCIETIES. Tho Ladles of the Leaf meet every Monday from 3 to 5 o'clock with a momher of tho society. They are studying American history and have Tor their special work this year "Tho Found or tho Library In the Public Schools." MRS. H. C. POTTERF, Pres. Tho Orlos meet every Friday from 3 to o o'clock with members of tho so ciety. They aro studying Shakes peare, with other authors, and have for their special work tho founding of a Young Men's Reading Room In Aril more. MRS. MARTHA FOX, Pres. Tho Benovolont Society meets every Thursdny from 3 to 5 with one of the "monihero. Tho Epworth Senior League of the Broadway M. E. church meets every Sunday afternoon at I o'clock at the city hall. W. G. D1TZLER, Pres. Tho Epworth Junior League of the Broadway M. E. church moots oyery Sunday n.Jtornoon at tho parsonage al 3 o'clock. Tho Aid Society of tho First Pres byterian church meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of each mouth with Eomo member of tho socloty. MRS. A. W. DUNHAM, Pres. Tho Homo and Foreign Missionary Society of tho First Presbyterian church moots tho first and third Tues days of each month with eomo member of tho society. MRS. JOSE CARR, Pres. Retail Clerks' Union. Local No. C35, R. C. I. P. A. moots second and fourth Monday nights In each month. L. B. HORN, President. E. G. MURPHY", Secretary. Miss Tarboll will begin the second half oi hor history or the Standard cil company next man; , and thero Is I-rolahly no trust on earth hotter pre paroj to withstand the blow. Do Good It Pays. A Chicago mnn observed that, "Good deods aro bottor than real cstato deeds somo of tho laitor .no wvthlcsE. Act kindly and gently, show sympathy and lend a helping hand. You cannot possibly lose by It." Most mon appro clato a kind word nnd cmcouraecH'tn. moro than substantial ,iolp. There am porsons in this communi'y who might truthfully say: "My good frisnl, cheer up. A few doses or Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will rid you or your cold, and thero is no danger whatever irom pneumonia when you use that modlclno. It always cures. 1 know it, Tor It has helped mo out mnmv a time." Sold by City Drug Storo, F.J. iiumsuy nna Aramoro Drug Co. Stoves ror wood. Stoves ror cam. Combination sto'vs ml ovcryf'.ing In stoves from tho Majestic Staol Rntnge to tho old fashioned Dutch oven, Williams, Corhn & Co. i i Secret Societies MASONIC. Knlahta Temnlar. s. Ardraoro commandery No. ft A.X 5 K T- meetB first Monday fbfA I. n.nWt, i2 S. M. TORBETT, E. C. E. W. ROBERTS, Recorder. R. A. M. Ardmoro chapter R, A. M. No. 11. Regular meet ing second Tuesday night In each month at 7:30 o' clock. Masonic temple. 0. If. BRUCE. H. P. M. MUNZESHE1MER, Secretary A. F. and A. M. Ardmore lodge No. 31 A. F. j & A. M. Regular meeting on or before tho full moon in each month at 7:30 o'clock. Masonic temple. A. H. PALMER, W. M G. H. BRUCE, Sec. O. E. S. Ardmoro chapter No. 70 O. E. S. has regular mooting on tho night of tho fourth Monday in every month at 7: 30 o'clock. MRS. EVA SNYDER, W. M. M. M. GRIFFITH, Sec ODD FELLOWS. Ardmoro lodge No. 9, 1. O. O. F meets every 'lucsdny night at Odd Fellows hall at 7:a0 o.clock. J. T. BARNWELL, N. G. W W TALIAFERRO, Scc'y. Encampment. Indlanola Encampment . 10 I. O. O. F. meets every Friday night at Odd Fol lows hall at 7:30 o'clock. J. L. JOHNSON, Chief Patriarch. D. T. NISBETT, Scribe. Rebekahs. Ardmoro Rebekah lodge No. 20, I. 0. O. F. meets every Thurs day night at Odd Fel lows hall at 7:30 o' clock. MISS ELLA HAVENS. N. G. D, T. NISBETT, 'c.Z. Canton. Canton, Ardmoro No. 4, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F has regular moot ing on first nnd third Monday nights In each month. D. T. NISBETT, Com I. R. MASON, Clerk. K. of P. Myrtlo lodgo No. 7, Knights of Pythias meet In Castle Hall. JWj every Thursday evening JOE M. LONDON, C. C, L. SHEIKOW1T5C, K. of It. & S. ELKS. B. P. O. Elks tacet second and fourth Fri day In each month at Elka hall, West Main street. A. W. DUNHAM. E. R L. NDERS Sec. It I. O. R. M. Washita trlbo No. 33 Improved Order of Red i men meets In Odd Fel 1 lows' hall every Wednes day night at 7:30 o'clock C. E. RUSSELL, Sachem ED SANDLIN, C. of R. w. o. w. rteSS Ardraoro Camp No. n.vrrr? Woodmen or tho ew.OTAftry World meets second -sr and fourth Friday nights in K. of P. hall J. N. MORGAN, C. C. GEORGE HEAD, Clerk. Lady Maccabees. uono oi mo I'rairie. hlvo No. 1, Ladles of tho Maccabees meets on tho first Wednesday af ternoon in each month in tho Odd Fellows hall. MRS. DORA NISBETT, Lady Commander. MRS. E. V. GOFF, Keoper of Records. A. O. U. W. cJfa, Ardmoro Ixxlgc, No. 41 J,'53220 meets regular every first WiwP a"'l third Wednesday TkSF nlRll,B 3t K- ot p-lliU1- W. R. ROBERTS, M. W. A. LOWENSTEIN, Recorder. The Woodmen Circle meets every third Friday night nnd first Monday afternoon In tho K. of P. hall. MRS. I. R. MASON. Guard MRS. H. P. EVETTS, Clerk. The Modern Woodmen of America meet every Monday night in tho K. or P. ha l. J. F. SON, V. C. ERI IETT DUNLAP, Clerk. CONFEDERATE VETERANS. John H. Morgan Camp, U. C. V., will hold Its regular meetings on tho second Sundny In each month at tho city hall at 3 o'clock p. m. All old oldlcrs Invltod. J. W. GOLLEDGE, Com. O. K BRUCE. Adjutant SOCIALIST LOCAL. This organization will meet every Friday ovonlng at the city hall. G. A, MUELLER, Sec. 1 Ik IM'SIl A Modern Ilm.wnv t.ir.e. Traversing tk States and Terr Unci of MISSOURI ARKANSAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TEflHITOnr TEXAS AND THE SOUTHWEST TENNESSEE MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA AND THE SOUTHEAST Roduccd rates .n effect ad the year to The Frlsoo System operates wldc-vcstlbule. elrctrle-llebtcd trains. All calo cars and dlnlsi halls under lbs management of Fred UarrcT, Time of trains at ARDMORE. Arkansas and Choctaw Railway. Mixed train ar. Ardmoro. .12:25 p. m. Leave Ardmore 1:30 p. ra OKLAHOMA CITV. (World's Fair Special.) Ijcavos Oklahoma City C:50 p. rn Arrives Kansas City 7:20 a. m Arrives St. Louis 11:30 4. il Arrives Memphis C:30 p. m (SL IvOilts Express.) leaves Oklahoma City 10:20 a. m Arrives St. Louis 7:15 a. m. (Meteor.; Leaves Kansas City 7:1b p. tn Arrivs Oklahoma City... .7:3'' . (Arkansas and Oklahoma Exprer?) Leaves Kansas City 11:30 p. m Arrives Oklahoma City.... 6:45 p. tn. Through cars and Pullmjn sleepers between Oklahoma City, Kansas City, St. Louis and Memphis. For rates ar.d other Information call on nearest Frisco System agent, or addnus tho unJorslgnod. C. W. STRAIN. DIv. Pais. Agt . Wichita. Kau Through the Heart of The Great Southwest THROUGH TRAINS MODERN EQUCPMENT "A GOOD WAY TO GO" FOR FAST TIME TAKE "THE KATY FLYER" I AMY RAILWAY AGENT WltL BE GI.AD TO FURNISH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION V IN' T EXAS, 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 m THE TEXASJw Vm "J PACIFIC no 'noucit to Anowcn buktions. Superb Pullman tfSTi3ULED sleepers, Handsome Reclining Gkair Gars ISEATS FREE) ALL THROUGH TRAINS. WITH fact mnmlnrr nnd trains to St. Lou'.a ai.d the B WITH Pullman Sloopors ti btvok Scarritt Boat Coaches ' 1thout cnunffo) io Now .'JW TTTTTT? ..-.,- to Et. Louis, Momnhia unci si Puo. Vii,MSK W"U a cavlnc of 13 bourn to (Juluarnla. ,H?Lu"i5.wlT,n Tourlot Sloopin chance) to Ban Frauciaco. .SK FOn OCKCDUl.ES OF OUR INCOMPARABLE TRAINS, srwgSD"ir express" E. P. TURNER, Gcmiui Paucnoch amo Tio.tr Aourt DAI I ts. TEX. Wit I KANSAS, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS.