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d.cun, 1. T., Jan. 10. It Is very
i r all out till auction nnd tho farm-t-s
nro waiting fcr rain m thy ran
turn the noil. The proaont condition
i v Rr.Mtnd la such that tliey rnn
ou town la still In the front with
i i. men iinnts paying the highest for
totintry produce. PrMrle hay Id
t , a i.n-t Saturday it fifty ccnU a
TJic health of thin Mctlon epms
l 10 VtTJ' ROOd.
W liavo nn excellent literary
nliool with about CO pupil In at
Utulnncc Our (anchor will liavo hi
w.ft to nurtut him port of tho day,
n . i or CO pupil nro too many lor
in teacher to glvo them tho ntton
' ( n they need.
M X. Fowler, K. W. and II. S.
l.orfon visited Perry M. Horton here
l r..:ay night.
c liavo preaching twlco u month
ii place. Tho Plrst Sunday hy
tu. lloy, tJw Second Sunday hy
,1 I. Jackson Ium returned from
Tho Inlltieneo of climatic condition
In tho euro of consumption 1 vary
much overdrawn. Tho poor patlont,
and the rich patient, too, enn do much
hi tter at homo hy propor attention to
food diction, nml a regular tiso of
German Syrup. Froo expectoration In
tho morning In mndo cortaln hy Oor
man Synip, so Is a pood nlRht's rest
and tho nbsonco of that weakening
cough nnd debilitating nlRlit swont.
Restless nights and tho exhaustion
duo to coughing, tho groatost dangor
nnd dread of tho consumptive, can no
prounted or stopped hy taking Gor
man Syrup liberally and regularly.
S.iculd you bo able to go to a warm
er cllmato, you will find thnt of tho
thousands of consumptive there, the
few who nro benefited nnd regain
strength nro thoe who use Gorman
Syrup. Trial bottle 25c; regulur slo
37c At all druggist.
ln uil Correspondence.
H ilpliur. I. T., .Ian. IS. Mr. ICiuum
Chamberlain and duughtor and wm
1 ft Sunday morning for ISdmonri, Ok.,
t t re-1 do In tho future.
Mr-1 Ira Shubert visited at I)avl
Fr d.iv nnd Saturday.
' i Myrtle Harden of Davis I the
) ii t of Mr. and Mr. Showltort tills
.1 I Ilrho and Ml Thiinlo Tlnsley
m ted at Hickory Saturday.
Qu n a number of Davl people
c n c over Sundny and spent tho day.
Ira Roberta of Pauls Valley vl
itc 1 h,.i imrent ben yesterday.
Alt llradberry Is iiulto sic. tho
R t-r. alien hotel.
(Minima Weom died at tho homo
of ur miii, M. T. Wecnis. of old ago
The butdnoHN ha all moved from
Bench avenue and tho creek will soon
ho cleared or all building.
MIsh Evn Hrtiwn entertained tho
young people Friday nlghL
A Famous Remedy for Sick Headache.
Tho causo of this complaint In not
in tho head nt nil, It como from tho
stoinnch. A Htomnch thnt has heromo
clogged by over eating, drinking or
abuse In any manner, will warn you
by bringing on sick headache. Cure
the pains ami distress In tho stomach
an ! the headache Btops ltslf. All
1)11 o'is attacks. dysposla, belching,
bad i.i.lc In the mouth, muddy com
pl on and yellow eyiw are cured b
ths ri nii'iiy. It Is called Dr. Gunn's
Iirrn' il Liver I'll! one for n done,
a- d is Hiiid by druggist all ovor the
I s i or 25c per box. For ala by
I! 1'iame, drugglut.
t .il .'orrepoitdeuc8.
ii I. T.. Jan. IS Mr. Dlgrtiie
' i about completed the addition to
' . m deuce.
it. ,u li i UK lt Sunday by Rev. Leo.
1 1 .Thed nn tiblo and Interesting
SpiaUlng last Sunday evening by
Hum M. Fur man. Subject, "Ikying
Mir Chef Corner Stone." There was
n largo attondAiico and a liberal con
tribution to the Orphans' Homo fund.
Sunday school Is getting along line,
lmnhcr Huckaby la superintendent.
The literary school In progressing
f ' r tho scliiool recited many nice
spec hen and Iho boys had a nlco
debate last Friday evening.
Mr. Stafford of Oklahoma was In
Brock Saturday and Sunday visiting
The stock of goods formerly In the
luimB of Mr. Caplln sold In llrock to
ti e fc.Miest bidder ami wa Ikuiw-i -.'
I ank Selvllly of Ardmoro.
Thvre 1b to lio a debate at llrock
the llftli Saturday night In this month.
Subject: "Rosolvod, that tho Indian
Termor) should be admitted as one
Mjite and not with Oklahoma."
Ardmorc Transfer Line.
Cnlls answerod for buggngo at nil
h. urs. day or nlgliL Wo meet every
train. Nevor sleep. Phono 201.
23-lm J. S. ROWLES & SON,
LONDON IN 1700.
'WIifii Trnltiir' IIi-iiiIn Ailiirncil l.nii
Inn llrlilK mid TnniiU llnr.
Ixmdoll III 17(H) wns n enliipnriltlvnly
Miinll city of iibout (iiHMKNi Inliiililltiut-',
the rough nnd ill l.i'Pt in.iln iomiN to
which bud been lull .UIitl iiui-iivi'(l
Mince Tudor times Tin- nhiiwt ly jn c!i.
elf of ninny of I lie tree' mi tln South
wark I'oiul hciidliiu 1 1 m I ' ' llii'ir lniiil"i
of hiitmed men bud linh" il Ixi'ii slight
ly liKiilllled. but mill" lli- lew the ib'
IOII1io!Iii linids of irnltor" "till
II I lii I III" iitmoxpliei'" mImiiiI LiiiiiIoii
bridge nnd Tempi" Mnf "lib in r.:n.'
of llllll"l'lll lilierulieii
(Jur liiiini'ill.ile rnrb"iiiM H-re evident
ly not overpiirtleulnr iiliuiit Mights nnd
hiii i. They were iiccuMoincd to bcd
men Hitting Its the pillory pelted with
rotten etegs nml poxKilily Included among
their Immediate circle not U few who
bad been deprived of their note nnd
enr for expressing too lively their
opinions, political nnd religious.
The ilr.'iitm were In nn n pulling con
dition. The luiiiiiiiernble clitirchyards
were so full of cotlins Unit they often
lirojeclitl tlirougb the tinf. lienr nml
bull biiillug. dog tights nml boxing
mnlclies weiv iitteudeil even hy royalty
ns late iih IS'JO. nnd live yenrs Inter nil
the "diiiidli's'' In London were paying
high prices to sl.ind In the enrts round
Tyburn to behold twcntj-tiio 'if their
fellow creatures limigeil for nilsilemean
or wbleh In itur time would lie pun
ished with n few d:iyV Imprisonment.
I'iiim eiili'isl IVticr.
I.tNi Denim Ii. n liu-M.in iiulltlcnl elle
who wiin I'.eriultiiNl to return to his
home, tells In his book. "SIMTn Venn
In .Siberia." tales not only of sulTerlng,
but of lenient treiilnieiit by lifs Jailer.
In Siberlnii prlHons often the harshness
of the discipline whs considerably re
laxed. On one occasion, to the vast
amusement of the prlRoti ntithuritlcH,
Dcutsch appeared before the governor
with his fetters tied up with a piece of
string, and It appeared he lind only as
sinned them for the moment. Rut the
complaisant governor wis afraid of a
visit from high iiiarters. "Then If an
Inspection Is tunile you will be wearing
your fetters." be asked, laughing. "(If
course," replied Dcutsch. "Von fee.
I've come to you in full dress," point
ing to his tied uii chains. Ou another
occasion Deutscb's bug wiih stolen. It
contiilneil, mining oilier articles of a
convict's attire, the indispensable fel
lers, and he had to apply for a new
pnlr. "Take on re you don't lose these!"
nnli I theoltleer as Dcutsch packed lliein
among bis luggage.
Some Wry Ancient l,iin,
King Amriipliel of Babylon, who
lived li.'.'.'ti years II. C, formulated a
code of laws. His statutes, which
were operuilve live centurion before
the laws of Moses, numbered '.'SI! and
contain the following:
"If a woman who sells beverages
gives bad value for the money paid her,
she shall be thrown into water.
"If a wife be a spendthrift or if she
otherwise neglect her duties, her hus
band may put her iiway. without com
pensation, but If a man put uwny his
wife for no oilier reason than that she
bus no children be shall return her
"If a lietrothnl be rescinded, tho limn
shall pay the woman compensation.
"A widow with grown up children
may not marry again without permis
sion from a Judge." London 13 x pros.
Sonic Krriii's at SMccli,
Many make the mistake of saying
"I Intended to have told yon" or "If I
bad have known" Instead of "I In
tended to tell you" or "If I bad
known." I have heard the following
confused sentence from one who should
know U'ttcr: "I should have thought
that you would have gone to have seen
her." The correct sentence would be,
"I should think that you would have
gone to see her."
It Is Incorrect u suy "Those sort of
things" Instead of "Things of that
sort." Do not say "Ain't" for "Is not."
"He don't" for "lie doe not" or "Not
as I know" for "Not that I know" or
"I have lit the lamps" for "I have
lighted the lamps." Delineator.
Fergus Hume, who wrote n number
of seusntloual books, was one day In a
railway carriage with a friend, says
the IauhIoii M. A. P. In one corner was
an old lady. Mr. lliinie said to his
friend that he really did not know bow
to murder any one in a new way. Ho
bad murdered tit least twenty people,
and now be wanted n new mode. The
old lady shivered and looked most ap
prehensive. At the next station she
got out hurriedly. Uvldontly she took
Mr. Hume for a dangerous lunatic trav
eling with his keeper.
.Nntnl (.nil Cr('n,
Ihicb gun crew of a naval vessel con
sists of seven men besides tho captain
of the turret, who has general charge.
There are two guns In each turret, so
that when In action there tire In n tur
ret fifteen men. At each gun there are
a pointer, a trainer, a sight setter, a
rnmmer man. a hoist man, a breech
block man and a loader. Kach has his
station, and the seven men practically
become part of tho gun, working to
gether like n machine.
I.ady Visitor (to little glrli-What lw
came of the little kitten you bad here
Little Olrl-Why, haven't you beard?
Uidy Visitor No. Was he drowned'.'
Little Olrl-Why. no. It growed up v
bo n cnt. Illustrated lilts.
"In alKitit seven ohhos out of eleven."
said Uncle Kben, "when a man conies
nroun' axln' yob fob nil vice he's gw.no
to give yob a chance to offer to lend
blm money," Washington Star.
GEO. I. JORDAN,
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
WYNNEWOOD, 1. T.
Special attention to Commercial and
. a. Lttiuettor. i.Rleusu
LlblJKTTBlt - Ui.tUiiOB,
Attorney i i.
offlc In Ledbuiur no.u tiulid
lag, Main uirceL
L. D. SUTHERLAND,
Physician and Surgeon.
OUIce Upstairs In Postofilco Ulock,
Ardmorc, Ind. Ter.
W. H. MacCRAKEN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco, Rookcr-Carter building. Hours
!-U a. m 2-5 p. m. Evenings by
Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat.
Glasses accurately fitted. Olllco
ovor Hotchklss' Jewelry store.
Ardmor. 1. T.
W. M. ANDERSON,
(T. U Smith's Stable)
Office phono 125. Residence 203
DR. J. B. KILGORE,
Olllco, Poatolllco building.
Rosldcnco, Whlttlngton hotel.
W. M. UHANOKLLOU
Physician and Surgeon
We mulct) (llnoiiiitti of womeu and ohlldroD
nml ice n i' rut oporatlve lark'nry n apeolalty.
Itentileiicn, (1 itreet nortbemt, ipoonil door
north ot Tlilril nvonile:
Office with Ardmoro Drus Co.
Dtflco phone 86, residence pkon 128
hi. riioas as,
4. O. UUtlttl
Uc. 1'tlO'l li
HARDY a McNEEH,
PnYCIL'IAN'B AND UUIIOKONB.
)Kci hnarm 10 lo 13 n. m.. 3 lo u. m.,uo
8 to 9 v. m,i Uandajs, 1C lo II . m.adln(
v. m, oaoo raon 131. utrtceoTr KtroinT'i
DR. W. 3. BECHTOL,
AH Work guaranteed. Charges rca-
Olllco with Dr. Alvls. over
Hamilton's Shoe Storo.
Ardmoro, Inrt. Torr
DR. J. VV. SMITH,
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllco In Gorman Uulldlug
Olllco "phono C 3 rings.
Rosldcnco 'phono 14.
Olllco hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
Special attention given to Diseases
of Women nnd Children.
DR. ROBERT H. HENRY.
Physician and Surgeon.
Specialty Eyo, Ear, Noso nnd ThronL
Oiflco with Dr. Von Keller ovor
Ronnor & Ronnor's Drug Storo.
DR. A. E. ADAMS,
Tho latest Improvement for Crown
and Ilrldgo Work.
Ixical anesthotlca autnlnlstered for
tho palnlosB oxtrnctlon of teotli.
All work gunrantood. Prlcoa to
suit tho time.
Ofllco over Randol's storo, Ardmoro,
DR. J. P. FANN,
Olllco In Hardy building, ovor Itara-
soy's drug store.
All work guaranteed.
J. B. WHITE,
Architect nnd Superintendent
Ofllco In Whoolor Building.
Ardmoro, Ind. Ter.
DR. WM. S. PENNELL,
Olllco with Drs. Mooro .t Vndon,
Over T.N. Coleman s
MEN AND WOMEN.
Iiriullun. or ulceration,
vt miiooui intrubrane.,
V r I .intra., ai a UOI a.lilU
rutlVlNSCHlMIMtCa. gent or poUonom.
or .cut iti mam wrarrT.
V Wn... ...an4.1 fn.
i no. nr l. ttli'i .;.
C'ncuur tut ou icaut.L
Ardmore Setting for December Term,
Friday, January 22, 1904.
43C1 Win. Keller, assault to kill.
43C2 Henry Chllds, assault to kill.
4C03 Jesse Gumm, assault to kill.
409C Joseph lirawley, assnult to kill.
4700 King Simmons, assault to kill.
1772 Tom Ward, assault to kill.
4811 N. E .Croncy, assault to kill.
4380 Ed Johnson (nllas Ed Jol(ns),
and Jim Shields, nssault to kill.
5001 I.owls Harris, assault to kill.
C031 Ruck Garrett, assault to kill.
C04I Olo Ferguson, assault to kill.
5046 Wm. HInklo, assault to kill.
C047 Wm. HInklo, weapon.
5018 Ixivnrd Simpson, nssnult to kill.
Saturday, January 23,1904.
C075 John H. llarnard, assault to kill.
G081 Jesso C. Hartscll assault to kill.
G112 Sam Wood, assault to kill.
C137 Loo Sim nssault to kill.
5138 Jack McCurley, assault to kill.
51C2 Andrew Krnnklln, attempt to
5201 Jeff Gilstrnp, ndultery.
520C S. T. Wiggins, bribery.
Monday, January 25, 1904.
3751 Roy Cnrtor, larcony.
3809 Rob McCnrty, larcony.
4200 Polly Davidson, larceny. .
1302 Dan Askew nnd Will Hondrlx,
1412 Dud Norrls, larcony.
4370 T. Tiers, larcony.
G135 James Drown, larcony.
IC71 Arthur Muzoll, Inrceny.
4C70 Walker George, larcony.
Tuesday, January 26, 1904.
4722 Hall Wooldrlge, larcony.
4751 Jack Means, larceny.
1S19 Wilbor Putty nnd Mrs. W. E.
4838 Wlllard Iliggs and John Horn
4830 W. C. Daniels, larcony.
Wednesday, January 27, 1904.
4811 John Llttrell, larceny.
4848 Jesse Llttrell, larcony.
4895 J. U. Jeffries, Inrceny.
4M)0 Mun Llttrell, larceny.
40S7 Roy Wheeler, Frank Ovorstroot
and Snm Holloy, larceny.
5023 Rus imrlfler and Ned Purlflor,
502S Mlko West, larceny.
5032 Hen Love nnd Mitch Galnos,
5058 Ivoronzo Pearson, Lincoln Good
en and Cam Hornbeck, larceny.
Thursday January 28, 1904.
5009 Doe Jackson, false pretense.
5190 Doo Jackson, falso prctenso.
5110 D. R. Jackson, fnlso pretense.
5151 Deo Jackson and Pono Poo, lar
ceny. 5077 Tom Gilstrnp, selling Hnuir.
5078 Tom Gilstrnp, larcony.
5105 Jim Leaf (cllas Lh) nL'l John
5100 Jim Leaf and John Welchor, lar
cony. 5157 Hob Pickering, larcony.
Friday, January 29, 1904.
400C Wm. D. Slgninn, embezzlement.
4 0C9 Zander Davidson, false pretense.
4C70 Zander Davidson, fnlso pretense.
5045 Dan Edwards and Geo. W. Fol
5109 U C. Cothran, falso pretense.
5200 J. H. Underwood, falso pre
tense. Saturday, January 30, 1904.
487S G. W. Pollock, disposing of
5C80 Tom U. Churchman, disposing
of mortgnged proporty.
5090 Goo. W. Brown, disposing of
512S Wosley Howell, Georgo Johno
gan and W. P. Proeloy, dispos
ing of mortgaged property.
G1S9 A. J. Chapman, removing mort
51 SS A. J. Chapmnn. weapon.
519S W. A. Cude, disposing of mort
Monday, February 1, 1904.
1052 Wm. Ray, selling liquor.
1710 It. P. Mitchell, selling liquor.
47S0 Dilator Ray, soiling liquor.
1820 Johnson Franklin, soiling liq
uor. 4S2S Cairo Christian, soiling liquor.
5107 Cairo Christian, larceny.
4839 Mat Williams nnd Chnrfoy Jor
dan, soiling liquor.
4945 Honry Oats, selling liquor.
Tuesday, February 2, 1904.
4950 Georgo Urowcr (alias Rlggs),
4959 Lum Rohnnon, selling liquor.
5021 Joo West, selling liquor.
5022 Feko SIpee, selling liquor .
5025 Silas Hunt nnd Hud Rowan, sell
5012 Noblo Stone, soiling liquor.
5050 Jnmos Dunn, selling liquor.
G051 James Dunn, Introducing liquor.
Wednesday, February 3, 1904.
5059 Clark Llscnby. selling liquor.
5003 Jnmos F. McHughcs. selling
5005 Jim Sanders, selling liquor.
5070 Isaac Miller, selling liquor.
5071 Johnnlo Johnson, selling liquor.
4900 John Johnson, soiling liquor.
G072 Mack Williams, soiling liquor.
5070 Charlos Turknott, soiling liquor.
509S J. L. Clinton, Introducing liquor.
Thursday, February 4, 1904.
514S Charley Hnitoe, soiling liquor.
5149 W. J. Holloy nnd Ed Cudgell,
5150 W. II. King, selling liquor.
5151 Fred Wlnans and Henry Win
nns, selling liquor.
5352--J. C. Wolf, selling liquor.
5153 William Roberts, telling liquor.
51C7 A. J. Franklin, selling liquor.
5108 Rufe Cnrtor, soiling liquor.
5175 W. W. Taylor, soiling liquor.
Friday, February 5, 1904.
1420 J. A. Uentley, Intercourse with
femalo undor 10.
4527 Georgo Matlock, perjury.
4985 Georgo W. Matlock, aron.
4555 John H. Lowe, forgory.
4707 Leonard Rowling, intercourse
with female under 10.
5007 W. P .Martin, nttompt to rob.
Feeler, I. T., Jnn. 18. Tho weath
er continues pleasant Rain Is needed
to put the ground In a citltlvntable
The henltli of our community Ig
George High ha sold hie residence
ptoperty to Jno. Ilrown nnd ha
moved to Ada.
Our school I progi'eklng nicely,
almot a hundred, with n good at
tendance. Mr. Giishftm In assisting
In the school.
William Carter was up from Ada
last week visiting friend and rela
tives. P. C. Fox, from near Honnlpln, hns
been visiting friend and relatives
horo for several day.
Most overy ono is through moving
now and everything has' again as
sumed a normal condition, nnd as
soon as wo havo rnln work on tho
farms will begin In earnest. From
what wo can learn from our neigh
bors there will bo n, Inrga acreage
of cotton planted this year.
Mr. Davenport, our gin mnn, hns
bought a large boiler and eugino from
Mr. HIshop, of Elmore, whoso gin
burned during the fall. Tho boiler
was not damaged any, the engine
only slightly, and with a few repairs
will b almost as good as new. He
has got them on the ground and will
be running In alKiut ten dnys. He
will also put in another now gin
stand before noxt geaon and bo will
then bo ablo to accomodate tho cus
tomers. A Prisoner In Her Own House.
Mrs. W. H. Uiyha of 1001 Agnes
Ave, Kansas City Mo., has for eoveral
years been troubled with sovero
hoarseness and at times a hard cough,
which sho says, "Would keep mo In
doors for days. I was prescribed for
by physicians with no notlceablo re
sults. A friend gavo me part of a
bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough Romo
dy with instructions to closely follow
directions and I wish to stnto that
after tho llrst day I could notice a
decided chango to tho better, and at
tills time after using it for two weeks,
hnvo no hesitation in saying I realize
thnt I am entirely cured." This reme
dy is for snlo hy F. J. Ramsey, Ard
moro Drug Co.. W. R. Frame.
Ear), I. T., Jan. IS. It Is getting
oxtremoly dry In this part of tho coun
try. Wo havo had no rain so far
this winter. Somo ot the fnrmors
havo becun to turn Uio soil, but say
it Is so dry they can't plow deeper
thnn the soil was stirred during tho
cultivation of Uio last crop.
W. T. Philips returned Thursday
from Georgia, whero ho spont tho boll
dnys among his frlonds and rolatlvos.
T. H. Underbill of Powell is visit
ing relatives horo.
W. S. Philip of Powell was among
relative hero Inst week.
Dr. Roberson, son-in-law of W. T.
Philip, left Saturday for hi home
at Powell, I, T., after a short visit
among friend and lolatlve of this
"Grandma" Ray, mother of AV. J
Ray, Is on the sick list.
AV. F. Mayo went to Ardmoro Sat
urday on busines.
J. T. AVallaco ot Provonco Is at
tending school hore.
Tho onrollmont of tho Earl school
to data is 79 and will bo Increased
perhaps to 100.
AV. T. Cain nnd C. C. Roberts, who
tho Chief Corner Stone." Thoro was
aro serving as Jurymen enmo In from
Ardmoro Saturday evening for a short
stay with their families.
AVhen bilious try a doso of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
teallzo for onco how quickly a first
class up to dnto medicine will correct
tho dlsordor. For salo by F. J. Ram
sey, Ardmoro Drug Co., AV. H. Frame.
What a happy old world this would
be If men who don't know anything
would only keep it to thonu-.olvos in
stead of telling It.
Tho mnny friends of G. H. Hausan,
engineer I E. & AV. R. R., at present
living In Limn, O., will bo pleased to
know ot his recovery from threatened
kidney disease. Ho writes: "I was
cured by using Foley's Kldnoy Cure,
which I recommond to nil, especially
trnlnmon who nro usunlly similarly
aflllctod." Uonnor & Bonner.
Tho wise weather prophet nover
bets rool monoy on his predictions.
A. F. and A. M.
Ardmore lodge No. 31 A. F.
& A. M. Regular meeting on
or before the full moon in
ench month nt 7:30 o'clock.
A. II. PALMER, W M.
G. II. HRUCE, Sec.
H A. M.
Ardmore chapter R. A.
M. No. 11. Regular meet
ing second Tuesdny night
in eucn monin ai -clock.
0. H. BRUCE. H.P.
J U GALT,
Ardmore commandery No.
5 ,K. T. meets first Monday
in ovcry month.
S. M. TORHETT. E. C.
3. AV. RORERTS, Recorder.
O. C. S.
No. 70 O. R. S. has
regular meeting on
tho night of the
fourth Monday In
every month at 7:
MRS. EVA SNYDER. W. M.
M. M. GRIFFITH. Sec
. .i i.,n Vn fl
JSF 1. O. O. F., meets every
luoBday night nt Odd
Fellows hall at 7:a0 o.clock.
J. L. JOIINSO. N. G.
AV. Ar. TALIAFERRO, Sec'y.
. 10 I. O. O. F. meets every
Friday night nt Odd Fel
lows hall at 7:30 o'clock.
B. F. COX,
D. T. NISBBTT. Scribe.
lodge No. 20, I. O, O.
F. meets every Thurs
day night at Odd Fol
lows hr.ll at 7:30 o'
clock. MRS. F NNIE SACRA, N. G.
MRS. M. E. SPURGEON, Sec.
Canton, Ardmoro No. 4, Patriarchs
Militant, I. O. O. F., has regular meet
ing on first and third Monday nights
In each month.
AVM. DEVENEV, Com.
D T. NISRETT, Clerk.
B. P. O. Elks meet
Becond and fourth Fri
day in each month at
Elks hall, West Main
A. W. DUNHAM, E. It.
R. L. SANDERS. Sec.
I. O. R. M.
AA'ashlta tribo No. 33.
Improved Order of Red-
imen meets In Odd Feb
I lows' hall ovory AVcdnos-
day night at 7:30 o'clock.
J. P. FANN,
D. T. NISRETT, C. of R.
W. O. w.
rps, Ardmoro Camp No.
CiW&f&ms z:i- Woodmen of tho
WOWjay world moots second
,-"Ss atm fourth Krlday
nights in K. of P. hall
J. N. MORGAN, C. C.
GEORGE HEAD, Clerk.
ueuo of tho Prairie
hlvo No. 1, Ladles ot
tho Maccabees mec'tson
tho first AVednosday af
ternoon In each month
in tho Odd Follnu-n hnll
MRS. DORA NISRETT,
MRS. E. M. GOFF,
Keeper of Records.
K. of P.
'""suia oi i-ymiaB meot
in Castle. TTnll
y1-;.Xr evpry Thiirsdnv nnl
JUW .ii. LONDON, C. C.
k. of n. & s.
A. O. U. W.
O. Arilmnrn Ia.Ii.ii XT 4.
T3iT,' ""1"' " "i
y,ii meets regular overy first
pj and third AVodnesday
nights at K. of P. hall.
AV. R, ROBERTS M w
A. LOAVENSTEIN, Recorder.
The Woodmen Circle
moots overy third Friday night and
first Monday afternoon in the K. ot
P. hall. MRS. I. R. MASON, Guard.
MRS. H. P. EVETTS, Clerk.
Tho Modern AVoodmen ot America
meot overy Monday night in tho K. of
Ml- J. F. SON, V. a
ERUETT DUNLAP, Clerk.
John II. Morgan Camp, U. C. V.,
will hold Its regular meetings on tho
second Sunday in each month at tho
city hall at 3 o'clock p. m. All old
J. AV. GOLLEDGE, Cora.
G. It. BRUCE, Adjutant
This organization will meet every
Friday evening nt tho city hail.
Q. A, JfUELI'iFR, Sec