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LOCAL MARKETS. Secret Societies &6 WW S W W W W a o Karl. I T., Dec S We nre Still hAT :ng dry weethT, bot it U somwtot , , o tftnt progress in cotton pick ing in very stow. The freete we had the 17th of Uat month Affected Um jfrn cotton bo0 till moss, of them bA-.o bat pnrUelly wpptumi. Many !inl-i ro beat sJmost to tie pon4 "h tbeee bow. Sid- Um pile of coUoa has tMf4 no r. vh some ar f&tlwrta; Umso '.mi. bMlJn thorn n d atcktac tie ''n out of tin cracked bolli by the flro. Dr W. T. Arssstroog of Mnlkey jntemptaUnK looattac hr In the r.'-ar fotttro. R. H. MalUaax Ktft br iMt Toeo U) for Bwrer ooenty. Ok., wlWH Jw rtiA to take np j, nocnoMMd. Mr and Mrs. Roberta wont to Ard y.re ahopploff Wodneodnr. Thurdar K. 8. McDonald and ' wont to Ardmore sbopptnt. t- M Towaswad and fasti)? from :-:," bar moved to Karl. We .m: Umoi In oar midst. Thar la . . ; room for web. people. J. W. Teanlson praachad to aa .' '-"lingly large crowd at the acbool Bandar night. Bro. Teaataon a been llrteg in Barl aeren year nr.. alwajra haa a larger aaoiaace u.an i ho big preacbera from a dla-tane. A Woman's Complexion. It 1 rank foolishness to attempt to remote seltowness or gre&srness of the skin by the use of cosmetics, or "local treatment, as advocated by bo ' beauty doctors." The only safe ami sure way that a woman can tin provo her -complexion la by purifying anil enriching the blood, which can only be accomplished by keeping tb" wr healthy and active. The liver . tho seat of disease and blood pot ' .'.on Oroen'a August Flower acre directly on the liver, clianaes and en i t.' the blood, purifies the complex '.it It also cures constipation, bll ''isnrnfi, nervmsness and Induces re-fp-f-hing sleep. A single bottle of - iHt Flower has been known to ' i 1 the most pronounced and dls-'.-'(insr cases of dyspepsia and rndl gention. New slsetrinl bottle 36 cents; rgulnr stse 76 cents. At the City Drug 8tore. TH ACKER VI LLE. Sjwfial Correopondence. Thackervllle, I. T., Dec. 7. We are Laving continued cold weather and hog lulling Is Uio onlur of Uie day. There are lots of liorses dying In nnl around thht place. John Smith lost a flno mule, II. Splnwn lost JiIh flno buggy horse. Home say It Is blind staggers. S. A. McCarloy of Kocona was visit ing II- S. Splawn Inst week, returning homo Saturday. Tho cotton Ik nil about out. Tho gin haa turned out about COO balux. Health Ib generally very good. (1. H. Howard, tho agent, will start to Uio hospital th In evening on account of his 111 Iioalth. Ed Hayes left for California UiIh v. ook. Or Mathews and wlfo of Hob wore visiting In Thnckorvlllo Inst week. It Ik iMuty to predict weather, but it I s anotlior matter to have th predic tion como Iruo. One Hundred Dollars a Box. Ib the vnluo II. A. Tlsdnle, Hummer ton S. f. places on DoWitt's Witch Hazel Sulvo. Ho says: "I had the pllee for 20 years. I tried many doc torn nml modlolnoe, but all tailed ev rtpt DoWltt's "lteh Har-el Salve. It mi 1 mo." It Is a romlilnallon of the li all UK proportlos of Witch Hazel with (intlseptlca mid emolllonU; re Uh and ponimiiuntly '.uros blind. tilctviinK. ttchliMf him! protruding plies. wren, -uti, hruls'S, n.xciihi, salt rtifuin and all skin diseases, hold by a!) dealers. OVERDROOK. .Spei i.il CurrosjioiHloncu. Ovt-rbixxjk, I. T., I-c. 8 Col ton (i.iUiiiK In HlKHit over. The gin hero has ginned over 100 tale Tho murdi-r of .lamee Kpratt Iihh .ant a gloom over tho whole commun ity. Ho was ono of our best cltlzonn -a nice clover gent Ionian, and hod ft pluuKant word for ovprybody. Wo deeply symjtoUiIzo with his heart broken wlfo and relative. Tho liofiltlt of tho community In good. "loves fo the parlor. it.ttH for to Hitting room, Steves tor tho kit 'lun, moves Tor the oltlce, and stoves f ;r lens monay thsn others nik at vvaiiams, Corhn & Co.'n. Ihv man wh eau syothe a ei)ing u.ii.y novor brags Hlavit 11 wh'lu his wiic Is uroiiid. " In those countries where birth r- -ordn lire kept it Is eritfeut tha W(l U not niMki- the laws. Ho- i' - ;i m with nun t hnn del i' a li-le (By II. Fetter.) The following are the preralllag prices paid for prod ace today: VrTeat--75c Oats Wets' Hay S4.00M fro Cora le. Sweat Potstoaa Pm aa. (oe7V Butter liMe. Bgae nvt Poultry. (Dy WllUam Newman.) Daek Per dotes. J 1.00. Torkeys Groes, (c 0w nail feathered II.U Hea Pe- doaaa 11.00. Frytog Chickaaa UM. 9nm Per doses See. Dry Side 10e. Pecans 1 1 Sc. MASONIC. Knlghtt Templar. p Aramore cf-n-.taandey ' n .r. i m"" nmi tor. in -. ory Eoath . Hi i'.TT. K ' W. ROBERTS. P.t. order. R. A. M. Ardmore chapter R A ii. No. 11. Regular B" lag second Tuesday t'.s'-' In each month at 7: So clock. Masonic temple O. If BRUCE. H P M. MUNZESHEIMER. Secre'ar; Live Stock. (By Cold Storage Market.) i Pat cows (groat) cwt l.iorj-"" Fat cafres wG-' Pat hoga (grow) 100 lha...4 21? 1 z BAS MAM. Special Correapoadaace. Eastman. . T.. Dec. 7. It -en a though the farmers are having a lot of trouble trying to gat their cotton picked, as the weather Is so cold. Softool will commence at Cherokee rhool boose In the morning, conduct ed by Prof. Albert Banders. vv L. Wroten hi to more 'rom here to Oklahoma toon. The peinle regret very much to give him np trm Harrli of Pike Is In i vn i' ".' Win. Keller is off to Sneed. Then- quite a dtssttlsfacV' t h : amon? farmers In regard to renting land for another year. Mr. Charley Qodfrey and Miss Mary Hudson were united in the holy bonds of matrimony today at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Hudson. Their many friends wish them a long, peaeo ful and prosperous carrer. Miss Pearl Keller ht visiting in Cher okee vicinity today. Rev. Whittlngton says he haa mar ried tilt roe n couples here in this com munity. Health Is good, the doj' r RECTOR UF ST. LUKE'S Athburnham, Ontario, Testifies to the Good Qualities of Chamberlain's Cough riemeay. Ashbnmham, Out., April IS, 1903 I think it Is only right that I shouM tell you what a wonderful effect Cham berlain's Cough Remedy haa produced Tho day boforo Easter I was ho Ih treseud with a cold and cough that I did not think to be able to take any duties tho next day, as my voice wn -almost choked by the cough. The snmo day I received an order from yo.i for a bottle of your cough remedy. I at onoo procured a sample hotu took about three ihmrn of tho medi cine. To my greet relief tho cough and ld had completely dlsapiK-ari-d and I was able to preach three times on Boater Jay. I know tills rapid an . offoctlva cum was duo to your cough romoly. I nialto this testimonial with out Bollcltntlon, being thankful to have found audi a God-sent remedy. He HjMx;tfully yours. 13. A. hANGKBI.DT. M. A.. Rector SL htike'rf Church To Chamberlain Medicine Co. This remedy Is for wilo by F. .1 Ramsey, Ardmoro Drug Co., W. II Frame. LOST REWARD OFFERED. I8t, a package of notos and a re ceipt book. Of no value to flndor IV turn to our olflco and get reward. 2-tf. MULI.BN & MULLEN SANTA FS EXCURSI0N3. Holiday oxetirsioil raiett to the touthoaat and west. On wile Doc. 19, an. 21 and 2fl, 190S. Rate one fare pltm $2.00. Transfor Iuisiann Purchaso from Frniiee to tho United States. Now Or Ipana. I a., IKh'. 10 and 17. Rate 2.V3.r.. Sunny South Handicap Shoot, llren hum, Tex., Jan. 16 and 17 Rste f 12.35. Ioal holiday excursion to points on lino of G. C. & S. F. railway. See tick wt agent. Date of mlo December 23 24 25, 2C, 31 and January 1 See ticket agent fur Hummer lour 1st rato. W. A. DASHIE1.L. Ticket Agent White Elephant, thu buggy that sur paHsos all other makes. They ur--stylish, they aro durable, and tho prices uro right. Sold only by Wil liam's Corhn & Co. St. Louis &. San Francisco Railway Holiday excursion rates to ttio houlhwpgt and woL On sale Dec. 19, 20, 21 and 2C. Rate one fnro plus $2.00 W. A. DASIIIBLL. T. A. Low Rates for Chrlntmas Holidays. Tho Texas & Pacific Railway Co., as hurototfore, affords the people of rl'oxas nn.d Viutomna an opiMirtunlty to visit the did homo during the ChrlsttuM holiday: at cheap rates. For full Information aak any ticket agent or write IS. 'P. Turner, 'goneral ltatsnger agent Dalian, Texas S-tfl in i in i i i i' ! Ill- Hi pi.-t fi In l,ti!d r Encampment. Indlanola Encampment . 10 I. O. O. F. meets eTery Friday night at Odd Fel lows ball at 7:30 o'ciotiC. J. U JOHNSOM. Chief Patrlar-b D. T. NISIiETT. Sen' Rebtkaht. RSJijN. Ardmore Rebck' CdH4. I F. m:i every Th'irv vb&LjcS los l.ail at 7.3'i o'- MIS3 ELiV HAVENS, N G. D. T. NISHETT, Canton. Canton, Ardmore No. 1, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F., has regular me-: Ing on ant and third Monday nights In each month. D. T. NISUETT. Com. I. R. MASON, Clerk. ELKS. B. P. O. Elks met second and fourth Fri day in each month at rClks ball, West Main street. A. W. DUNHAM. E. R R. L. SANDERS. Sec. A. F. and A. M. Ardmore lodge No. 31 A. F Qr or neiore tue run moon each month at 7.30 o cl-.. k Masonic temple. A. II. PALMER, W. M G. 11. RRUCE, Sec. E. S. Ardmore cbspter No. 7o O. K. S h.i regular meeting a the night of the fourth Monday In every month at 7 30 o'clock MRS. EVA SNYDER. W.M. M. M. GRIFFITH. Sec O ODD FELLOWS. Ardmore lodge No. a I. O. O P., meets every lucsday night at Odd Fellows hall at 7: jO o.clock. J. T. BARNWELL, N. O. W. W. TALIAFERRO, Sec'y. I. O. R. M. Washita trlba No. 33, Improved Order of Red- i men meets In Odd Fel lows' hall every Wednes day night at 7:30 o'clock. C. E. RUSSELL, Sachem ED SANDLIN, C. of R. W. 0. w. rtssJKsztZ? Ardmore Camp No. -33. Woodmen of tho UWorWf-Tit) World meets second nnd fourth Friday nights In K. of P. hall J. N. MORGAN, C. C. GEORGE HEAD, Clerk. Lady Maccabees. Bollo of the Prslrlo hive No. 1, Ladles of tho Maccabees meets on the llrst Wednesday af ternoon In each month In tho Odd Fellows hall. MRS. DORA NISUETT, Lady Commander. MRS. E. M. GOFF, Keopor of Records. K. of P. Myrtlo lodgo No. 7, Knights of Pythias meet in Castle Hall. tfeiaJi-i& every Thursday evening JOE M. LONDON, C. C. L. SHEIKOWITZ, K. of R. & S. A. O. U. W. Ardmoro Idge, No. -11, meets regular over- first and. third Wednesday nights at K. of P. hall. W. R. ROBERTS. M. W. A- IX)WENSTEIN. Recorder. fit The Woodmen Clrcls meets every third Friday night and first Monday afternoon In tho K. of P. hall. MRS. I. It. MASON, Guard. MRS. II. P. EVETTS, Clerk. Tho Modern Woodmen of America moot ovory Monday night In the K. of P- ha'l. J. F. SON, V. C. ICIUIKTT DUNLAP, Clork. CONFEDERATE VETERANS. John II. Morgan Camp, U. C. V., will hold IU regular meeting on the second Sunday In each month at the city hall at 3 o'clock p. in. All old soldiers Invited. ' . ' J. W. GOLLKDGE, Com. G. H. BRUCE, Adjutant. SOCIALIST LOCAL. This 'organisation will meet evory Friday evening nt tho city hall. G MUELLER. Sec m m w Ui m j I r7 DC! ICX1 su pi ra i&jvff 1 9 y in ARDMORE mm M 1 o 1 1 AN D am not preparing a closing out sale, but I will meet anybody's prices on sad dles and harness From now until January 1, 1904 . I will sell every t h i ng in my house for a less price than it was ever offered to y o u belore in Ardmore or any where else. To give you an idea of what the sale means I offer a modern $ 7 5 . Q,0 Saddle for $55.00 and every thing else in proportion. For one month 1 will not make prices to please myself, but to please the people. Here's a magnificent stock of everything-kept in Sl first-class saddle and harness house at bacrifice prices. iLci THE SADDLER. s-InHWQnw IND. WW- m Ui ??? Ui m Ui m Ui w Ui ??? ARDMORE, TER'Y. vSy O Sr -c"- jn v,(N "' ,. ..SN.-' ..cv v.s. 5L V a :'S 7'c & u 't -fs? 's rs en jvs v?s o o y, &6 Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. In the United States court for the Southern district of the Indian Terri tory'. In Bankruptcy. In the matter of J. R. Moore, bank rupt. In Bankruptcy. To the creditors of J. U. Moore of Cumberland, I. T., and district afore-1 said, a bankrupt: ! Notice Is hereby given that on the 21st day of November A. D. 1903, the Bald J. R. Mooro was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors will bo held 'c my of flco In tho United States com t house In tho city of Tishomingo on tho luth day of December A. D. 1003 at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, at which tlmo tho said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, exam Ino tho bankrupt, nnd transact fetich other business as may properly come beforo snld mooting. J. B. O'BRYAN, Reforeo in Bankruptcy. First published Nov. 20, 1903. J. A. BIVE.VH.l'res. DON LACY. Vice Pres. A. H. PALMER, Cnhlor W. A. WOLVEBTON. Asst Ciik'r WARNING ORDER. In the United States court in the Indian Tirrltory. Southern district: J. R. M-ore, plaintiff, vs. Cordelia Mooro. defendant. No. 5703. Tho defendant, Cornelia Mooro, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days and answor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, J. R. Moore. WIUiosh Hon. Hosea Towneend, Judgo of said court and tho seal thereof this 21st day of Novombor, 1903. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. By W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy Clerk Dick & I.OC, attorneys. S. H. Butler, attorney for non-resi dent. First published Nov. 22, 1903. rji 1, x7 . . s-b Ardmore, I. T., May 23, 1903. 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. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States District court In tho Indian Territory, Southern district Stolla May Truelovo, plaintiff, vs. Claionco Truelovo, defendant. No. 5707. Tho dofondant, Claronco Truelovo. Is wnrnod to nppoar In tills court In thirty days nnd answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Stolla May Tnieiovc Witnoea tho Hon. Hosoa Towneond, Judgo of sold court nud the seal thereof, this 23d day of Novombor. 1803 C. M. CAMPBELL. (Seal) 'Clsik. Crtice, Cruee ft Bleokmoro, attor neys. Sam II 'Butler, nttoraoy for non ri-sldent THE MERCHAN I'S $500 CASH PRIZE FUND In launching this contest wo do so with tho sanction and good will of every one. It Is a fund creatod by tho undersigned merchants of Ard more, Indian Territory, who propose to give the sum of 1500 In hard cash to the organization, public or private, that shall secure the greatest num ber of votes between this date nnd December 22, 1903. Wo urge all in stitutions In Ardmore, or tho Indian .I'crrttory, to compete for this GRAND CASH PRIZE OF $500.00. It Is well worth any effort you may put forth. With each 25c purchase you got one vote. There shall be no votes cold by any merchant or out sider, and any merchant so selling or disposing of votes shall, upon proof be stricken from the list. You cannot vot6 your tickets In box or placo except at tho store where your pur haso Is made, nnd then only nt the tlmo of your purchase. Salesmen shall place tho amount of your pur chase i-nd numbor of votes you are en .Itled to upon every ticket, together with his or her selling number and prlvnto mark of the firm so Issuing The Merchants' $500 Cash Prlie Vot ng Ticket After which you Bhall de posit samo In person In securely locked boxes provided by tho merchant IB suing tho voting tickets, tho key of which' shall be In the custody of tho caahler of tho City National Bank of rdmore, Indian Territory, who shall open all boxes, count all votes and nako public reoord thereof at least onco each month. No merchant of Hip Morchants' $500 Cash Prize Fund or any of tho clerks or employes shall be entitled to any voto In this contest, nor shall not bo allowed to ollcit a- votes for any Institution or organisation. On tho contrary, ah ill remain perfectly neutral. On Saturday morning before the ast Sunday of each month tho mer chants of tho Merchants' 500 Cash P'Izo Fund shall tako their voting box es to tho cashier at tho City National Bank that samo may be opened and be counted. i- Dry Goods and Shoes. Madden, Sykes & Co. Wcstholmer & Daube. J. A. Leatherwsod & Co. Sms & Crawford. Ardmore Dry Goods Co. J. E. Hamilton & Co., Shoes. O. L. Dennes. Cincinnati Racket Store. Baltimore Racket Store. Hardware. Noble Bros. J B. Spraglns & Co. Weeks Bros. Nohr.d & Rollins, Quecnswarc Drugs and Books, . ,J. B. Wall & Co. " F. J. Ramsoy. Bonnor & Bonner, T. "N. Coleman. Coler.nn Bros. Furniture. C. R Jones iz, Bro. , Hall L mills. Grocers. M. T. Folkcr. W. CV Kendall. J. A. Sklpworth. A. A Palloy W. A. Payne. R. T. Dslias. W. A. Gilliam. C. Crosby. B. F. Wymore. fc'ivndcrs & Bowman. McCharen & Webster. J. M Loyd. W. II. Utley. W. M. Page. Cold Storage Market. Miscellaneous. J. L. Jr-hnsou, Saadlery uli Htr less. Frnloy Broa., Lumber. V E. Allen, fp.r'idueman. , ChatlOK Kerncr, Butcner. chas ' Hotehklss, Jowein- P. B. Tnrver, Jeweler. W. A. PiS.le, Tinner. . J. J S i.Ua, Tailor. Farthing t: Cooner, l&l'of ' wY.Iennn Evans, C-ijfect.ci.fcrs. T I.. SnVh. liveryman. ' T m vUl.ey. Llverycini. Crown I'tltling Works. Miss Pniiu Mllllnci. M s June Milliner. Mr3. M. E. Spurgeon, MUlInor.