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IN 80CIETYS REALM. : Mra. Bryce McOoo In spending Christmas with her parents In Durnnt. Mr. aiul .Mrs. Frod Gates will visit In Ualnt.Tvllle (hiring the holidays. o Mlflfas Almond and Comcgys have koiio home for Christmas. Miss Mary Whltenuui left Thmwlay for Oklahoma City to attend the Klks' ball. - Miss AddtnRton of Wunanuchn Ih tho guest of MIph 0 anion hire. fr Mrs. I). A. Simpson entertained with a courso dinner on Christmas day. Covcra won? laid for twelve. lu Uio report of tho Woduosday Mu ch ro Club Uio names of Mr. and Mra. C. O. lhinn woro unintentionally omit tod. Tho chit) hopes to enroll them as members. Mrs. llo Ulako or Tishomingo Is spending Chrlstmaa with her parents and relatives. Miss Dottlo Ooldsby In a KiieKt at tho Morgan Hotel. t Miss Hcnnott tntortalnod tho Girls' Whist Club on Tuesday afternoon. BosldeH tho regular mem bership Mls Butt, Mr. John Wlilte man and Mrs. Uo Dlake wcro present. Tho club prlro was won by Miss Whltcman. Tho consolation prlzo was cut for by all present and won by Mrs. Wake. Delicious refresh ments woro served and tho club ad-1 Journed to meet next with Miss Croon. I I Tlio Klks havo not held their usual Christmas festivities on account of tho sorrow that Christmas has brought tc somo of Its members. On Wednesday cvonlnR tho pupils of Uio High School wero Riven a mas querade party by their teachers. Tl.e High School was used for their enter talnmcnt, tho rooms being decorated in mistletoe and nn orchestra hired for tho occasion. The pupils camo en masquo representing literary charac ters. A lino was formed lu tho low er hallway and led by Mr. W. M. CSwyn and Miss Townsend, Mr. J. S. Berkshire and Miss Pulliam. This brilliant array of celebrated person ages passed through tho halls and rooms Into the ono prepared for their rocoptlon. Under a bowor of mlstle too tho punch-stand waB placed and fruit, punch and cake wns served for refreshments. i- anniversary of Mr Simpson's par ents, Mr an 1 Mrs U Simpson of Denlson Then' are nlno children in the family and then has been no dentlis among them. Mrs. Simpson, although CC yearn of age, personally attended to the preparations Tor tho reunion and mi gracefully and successfully man aged the affair that there was not tho host friction In the entertainment of her guests. In the afternoon from I to 6 Mr. and r.Ms. Simpson received their old friends nnd neighbors. All of the children and grand-children woro present Mr, and Mrs. John I. Simpson and Iwo children of Gaines ville. Mrs. ami Mrs. S. I. Simpson and two children of Oalnesvlllo, Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Simpson nnd three children of Ardmore, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Simpson and four children of St. IjcuIs. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Simpson of Dallas, W. B. Simpson of St. Iuls. Mrs. Malblo and two daughters of St. I-ouIh. Mr. and Mrs. II. U. Asliby and bnby of Donlcon. Mhis l.ucy Simpson ef Dunlson. '. Straws toll which way tho wintl blows when diamond rings and house hold goods nre given by some of the most prominent Ardmore boys for Christmaa girts. WhlrJi way Is the wind? Several of tho Ardmoro Klks will at tend tho Klks' ball at Gainesville on New Year's eve. Misses Mullen, Gnnleuhlro and Ad dlngton nttended the football game at Pauls Valley. NEWS OVER THE 'PHONE. A TEXAS ! 4 ' WONDi HALVZ GREAT DI8C0VEHY - , J V. Ungsdale went to Moiik ( Out iuill bottle of Tho fem Wi: Hiwnd Chiistmas. ! der, Hall's Grtut Discovery, ctir M A. D. Davis spent Christina wtii j ku5n'J' nnl blndder troubloi, remote i.i, i,mm, ,.i Mm I gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emli his brother at Alma. 8j03i wcnk in(J ,ame bac,(i rh(,um(l Mr. nnd Mrs. Logguns gave a bu tl? m and all Irregula-ltlea of th kid Christmas dinner yesterdny to a mini- neyc and bladder In both womon ia.' Ix-r of tholr friends. ! ""n. Hegulatfi bladder trouble If ti.i,-,i hildren. if not iold by your drugElst (ihrlHtmas was celebrated here In I One small bottle Is two months' trtat tho usual manner. Thie wns quite a lot of llrcwotka yesterday and hist night. Some few drunks were notice ablo yesterday. There wero Christmas trees Thurs day evening at all tho churches. Marietta. Christmas passed oftv vory nicely nnd qulotly here. Thero wns only ono light. BverythliiK I running smoothly today. Tho cotton crop Is all out and the pMtuws are all open. Wynnewood. The ball at tho opera house last night was quite a nice affair. About Ighty couples wero In attendance. Visitors woro present fnmi Pauls Val ley, Davis, Ardmoro, Sulhpur nnd oth- points. Brower's orchnstra fur nished the music. Pauls Valley. Tho football gnmo liere yesterday between tho Anluiore and Pauls Val ley teams resulted In a score of 0 to This Is tho third time this season these two teams havo met nnd each tlmo the result has been tho same. Thero wan quite a lot of fireworks hero yesterday anil lat night. mtnt nnd will cure any case abovr mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL. Solo manufacturer, P 0. Boi 2, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all diuggloi RECTOR OF ST. LUKE'S. Ashburnham, Ontario, Testifies to the Good Qualities of Clwmborlaln's Cough Hcmecry. Ashburnham, Ont., April IS. 1303. I think It Is only right that 1 should loll you what a wonderful effect Cham berlain's Cough Ilomedy hns produced. Tho day bororo Kaster I wns so dis tressed with a cold and cough that 1 did not think to bo able to take any duties tho next day. as my voice was almost choked by tho cough. Tho sumo day I received an order from you Tor a bottle of your cough remeuy. at once procured a sampl" tool, about threo doses of the medi cine. To my great relief tho cough and cold hnd completely disappeared and l was able to preach threo times on Easter day. I know this mpld an.i (ffpriivi; cure was duo to your cough remedy. 1 mako this tostlmciilal with out solicitation, being thankful to have found such a Clod-sent remeuy. lie spcctfully yours. U. A. LANCll'BI.DT. M. A.. Hector St. l.uko'.i Church To Chamberlain Medicine Co. This remedy Is for sale hy p. J. Ramsey. Ardmore Drug Co , W. B Framo. Misses Nlblacl: and Hartley enter tallied their pupils on Wednesday evening aftor a pleasant program of songs and recitations. Ambrosia nnd cako wcro sorvod. r On tho 22d Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Simpson attended tho GOth wedding You get more for your money In i heating and cook stoves at Spraglns' than any other pl.ict. Ho cells tho Leader nnd the Garland. Can ynu i think of better ctovesT The Wilson hot blast coal slovo no other qulto so good. For salo only by Noble Bros 27 Education Is often more ornamental than usofui. . V ST I tt wjS? o " learned a lot of KffJ 1 1 ft tt. ' saia tnc Doy in oiuc. m Sw' Now there's about cigars; Porto Rican JM jsLcigars are ngnc in n witn me nnesc. vvny itytn m JLi. i uru at ici otivam a Porto Rican J3reva, made in an old factory i'S at San Juan, is the best cigar I ever smoked. W A Since the war you can buy them here for a ') M ? kniCKei. nut looic our xor suDStnutes. inerc s 'i H" only one genuine L. Toro de la Selva, and lots of counterfeits. When the duty wa removed tram L. Toro de U Stlra Citiri, the Jerrumt ... r .i - e. . i e ? j. i , t fl over-tazca me capscuy ui uic iMiuiy!!!!!) twm iura nooa uiuuciior, so-cauru UXl'LEs- I'LArTKn Ciomi Co. miUlllTK'UH IKIiLas,Tkxa. Porto Klein Opart. Be lure you '1 get the genuine L. Toro de la Selva I'orto Ki' jn Ureva, Ai i si j1 If you Intend to burn conl provide your home or olllcu with a Wilson hot blast coal stove Sold only by Noble Broc. 27 Big Blaze In Memphis. Memphis, Tonit., Dec. 20. Tho largo department storo of B. Iwen stein & Bro. Is burning. Tho loss will probably bo heavy. At 2 o'clcck tho lire Is steadily gain ing headway, and It seems probable that tho street will bo gutted. The company carries a stock of approxl mately S&OO.OOO, largely Insurod. Tho tiro started before 1 o'clock In the basement where large quantities of bales and hove of goods were stored. Notice In Bankruptcy. In tho United States court for the Southern district of the Indian Torrlto ry. at Tishomingo. In tho matter of .1. F. Sherrlll & Co., baukrupt. Notlco Is hereby glvon that an Invol untarv netltlon In bankruptcy has boon tiled against J. F. Shorlll & Co., a copartnership composod of J F Shorlll nnd B. B. Martin, and ngalnsf B. E. Martin Individually. And tho said B. B. Martin Is horoby uo tlllod to appear In this court within fifteen days from tho date hereof anil answer tho Involuntary petition or tho Monnlg Dry Goods Co. ot al., nnd show cause, If any ho have, why tho said J. F. Shorrlll & Co., and Uio said B. E. Martin, individually, should not be adjudged bankrupt. And Js warn ed If he falls to so appear that tho said .1. F. Sherrlll & Co. and the m B B. Martin, will, at tho expiration of said tlmo bo adjudged bankrupt by ordor of Uiis court. ' Witness tho Honorable Hosea Town send, Judge of said court, and C. M Campbell, clerk thereof, this the 1&ti day of December, 1903 C. M. CAMPUiil (Seal) Clerk First published Dec. 15, VWi. I he H ofidays. READ THIS. Ardmore, 1. T Oct. 18, 1902. ThU la to certify Uiot tho Teja Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, curou two of my family of kidney and blad ler trouble, and I can fully recom mend It to others suff ciing in same mnnner Houpcctfully. B, J. ST1LWKLL. Market Letter. Spool til to the Anlmorolte. Kansas City, Dec. 26. The general cattlo situation this week is tho exact reverse of that of Inst week. Then ill the markets hnd liberal runs nnd lower prices, but UiIh week the loss has been more than retrained. These fluctuations, howovor, nffectod quarnn tlno cattlo loss than natives. A fair rim arrived In Southern division at Kansan City Tuesday or Uila week, but otherwise tho supply hns been of little consequence. Fed steers sold at $.1.t;0 down to f.1.10, few cown up to $2.f.u. bulls up to 2.75. Probably majority of receipts were ennners, and same sold at $1.95 to $2.95. A few calves, 272 pounds, isold at $3. Hog prlcOH aro still unsettled and this week gains wero noted amount lug to 20 cent for tho week. Packers have liioroasod their premium at Knnsaa City over other river markets this week. Receipts wero light, how ever, and on a holiday hnsls. Top today Is $1.50 and bulk of Bale- at $1.15 to $1.55. Ijoma which killing kinds ot tdicep sustained last week has been partty regained this week. Hun Is so light though, that packers havo to bo ac tlvo to got enough to even supply tholr most urgent m-t-ds. Choice yearlings will bring $1.20, and best lambs $5.30, aged wethers $3.70, and ewes $3.25. Stock and feeding kinds nro scarce. A band of stock ewes and wethers from Van Horn. Texas, till weok brought $2.50 for Uio wethem nnd $2.25 for the ewes. Quality was oullnary JNO. M. HAX.ELTON, Livestock Correspondent WARNING ORDER. in the United States Court In the In dlan Territory, SouUiern District. City National Bank of Ardmore plaintiff, vs. Slg Simon .t Co., defend nnts. No. 5,735. Tht defendants, Slg Simon & Co. aro warned to appear lu this court in thirty days and answer Uio complaint of tho plaintiff. City National Bank or Aidmore, Indian Territory. Witness, Hon. Hosea. Townsend. Judge, this 9th day of December, 1903. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk. II. C. Pottert, attorney. E. A. Walker appointed attorney for non-resfdents. First published Dec 23. 1903 SULPHUR. Special oCrrospondonee. Sulphur. 1. T.. Doe. 23. Ed Hanl Miii wns In town today on his way to Ardmore. W. O. Duston leturued to his home at Ardmoro today. Capt. J. V. Hlnkley left yesterday tor Topoku, Kan., to simmkI the holi days. Mrs. Dr. Nixon, who bus been visit lug In Denlson and Shormnn tho past week, roturned homo yesterdny. Bill Sanders and Miss Maggiu Terry, both of Sulphur, were married today at the Mothodlst parsonnge, Rev. Sullivan olllelatlng. They will make their future home hero. Miss Katie Walt left yesterday lor J her home In St. Paul. Minn., to spnrl the holidays. It Is rumored that Die pv' ' is to be moved to tho north iue ir town, out of the reserve which is one hnir mllo from the business i-eMnm or town. Jim Shewbert Irom Ann r ; k here for a nhurt visit. MIhs Funule Harry from a was in tho city Sunday on hei Puvls to visit Iver slstor. Dr. Potider Is In Ada today on pro lessional luminous. Harry Stlofol wan In SulpRi'"' on Uuslnostt yesterday. BROW ft & BRtDGRS AB The soiison for Holiday Baking is here mid to insure your table being set with the very beat, do your buying from TT- Felker THE GROCER. Evcrytliiuc fGood to Eat Under one roof. Have moved into the new building next to PostoHice and have opened up an up-to-date Undertaking estab lishment, and are ready to serve the public day or night on short notice. A beautiful line of Picture Mouldings will arrive in a day or two. Let us frame your pictures. A.HOUOAY VACATION ANYWHERE VIA THE "MIT .'-A - ' , -v. . J , , Wife J-- .vVf - 'v re I . w-. , MR Vf y. ,r You May Crivc Slome ' ...fii 11... i i i . .n i . f. t . .w Willi a wafjoii nun i-vri mm . m u a t i II ilUU M llll 111. VU il'l II J' 1 ' '(fc.n,.iii nicuts but tha cxicrictiro h kvc h 1 I'm-: St usSeRiakes0 etc.,:ies anil Harness . f !. . i Tl . . i . : ii.... 3S warrama us lit luiiiiug n nuuin;, i u.i. i ,inicwi: 'iiv. mm Homing sausucs so wen ruiKicmiKti i. )vuhihi innumiv you that they nro honest goods. When vrnt liavn undo jmir i-ii chase von co lionie satisfied and stav s.itisfiril. That's the Mud customers we need in the buildiir' of our I'i:mii-sk. I liat'i; why v handle tho Stiulcbaker line. Do you ncoil lomcthlng? Let u& Hnurc nn ". with jcu. NOBLE BROS., jltX0i!&m s. ati I VP fmlbikrrtiirnotftfrl(l tol,mt)il . ir .r , hi i . ltuncill on your Job U jour l-it irmrartl tdt il,"- a t. vv; iv5 0 , i '.i'ii a W3V tO ONE FARE FLUS S22 rc:ns oh sue December id, 20, 21 ako 26, 193: Limitcd 30 Days from Datc or Isaur TO ALL POINTS SOUTHEAST Whun u girl at a mntiniio oatche tho oyo of on of the adorn Him fools tin liuportnnt as a man who open a Jackpot with threo aci. 10 pomia in the utatcs or Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, nedhadka KAN8A0. MISSOURI AND ARKANSAS oehver, Colorado QpniNso, Pueelc Tn'NIDAC, COl. tNC INTCRMCDIATL' PQINU' v.nnv points in old Mexico FOT; lllrOHUATION. TIMC C A n D 3, TC I CA?ITA TC AQgNTS on ironies c, W. S. llCC NAN, C. P. A., Cal'-cstoh,Tcijii A CAKE WALK , .. a- Is not half so exciting as the w.iy people arc calling for NATIONAL STOVES. We re plai i tin in til' nvor tlif cnnrtry. Thev lire the only stovvH niuili- v, li Porcupine Pirc Uncks, they will last you lougei c w i t m plm o nno with ymi for an tulver ti' 'fiit. V nn' -IIiiil' Wilson Inndj of Household Goods. H iiitr r ''Id Moves or nuytinnu else on New floods. Oul ol low SIoYes and fymPure Repaired same day Droughtin. Big Stocky Easy Payments and your Trade Appreciated. HALL & HILL1S, Everything to Keep House on. 'PHONE-KM. 122 HAST MAIN STRUCT. a fhnrrtiiiph. iir.irtti-ii trninluir iphool. cfimnlntu nuit mi tn date In ovory tlopartraem Day ami nU-hl bcLo il thu tiuilro ymir Par punlls attend ulifht Rctiool vrlttiuat oxlr cliurceK. Tuition 7,Wimr month or $10 for unltmltoil obnlarbli. Hoard 1 10 to $U0 liiirmontn. no vacation. rui ii may enter ni nny iiniu. r.vury iu-,ui i.i inuci mi u.. rltH or muy adtancn n ranldly an tiU ability will permit. ThornuKh trilnlnir In Hliortnnt time conilHtunt with ulllcli'iiuy. lleferencen-'Any liauk or tiunlnun tlriu lu (Jalncuvlll Kr r pataloisno addioia, i O. P. HKLVIUUli, A M..l'reiildelit. (lalnenvlllo. Teaix NEW YEAR Cakesi Pastry To be of tho hiuhes rade of excell ence, should bn obtained al SpieRle's where 1h'' baker's art rritrus supreme in d riots in the ireatost profusion of good things to eat, We have the fine4 Brendn. the most luscious Calres and delightful Kol!s Warnlna Ortler. in Ui5 United Suites ConurUaiimer's Court, Southoni District, Iiullun Tor rltory. J. V. Fnnn, plnlntirt, vu. Catallim Vrntoi, Uofonilant. No. 4,205. Tho ilofonuant, Catallna Prater, U waraod to appear In this court In thir ty ilayw anii answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff. J. I. Fann WltneaH my hanil a Unltixl Static commissioner U"8 lttli ilay of Decen. lior, 1003. T. N. ItOHNBTT. U. S. CorainlsBlouur H. A. lx'tlbottor, attorney for non resilient. First publlBhod Doocmbor 14, 1903. Subscrlbo for Uio Arilmorolto.