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List of unclaimed letters at the
Artlmore postoniee, Jnn. 18. 1904.
Bates. Bonnie; Barns, Virgil; Ring
ham, Mary; Bingham, .losle; llyrd,
Onperton Clare; Cecil, Mlnnlo; Ccr
nollus, 12.; Curtice, Ktta l.ou,
Hall K. 0.; Hull, Millie; Hall, Vir
dle. Jordan, Maud.
l-owl. (!eo.; Jjorne, Lillian,
Mooro, Huttlo; Mora, Mary; Mugs,
Vonla; Murrel, Luo.
Rlddlu Georgia; Raogers, M. C.
Smoot, Sophia; Storlo, 1', .1.; Stone,
Ward, Nellie; Williams, Alible;
Williams, 1 -ill lo II.; Williams, Llllle.
Allen, llob; Allen, 1). 0.; Alridek,
Ilnlrd, Julm J.. 2; Bcl-w. Will; Hal
lew, Herbert; Barker, Wiley; Haley,
Snin; Bkiylock, Dr. Thos. Augustus;
Hland, John H.
Clmtuller, A. ..; Cmnford, .lame L.
Da via, Hoiiry; Downing, 1C. 1)., 2.
Kriick, M. C; Goodwin. Felix.
Harris, O. A.; Harris, William U;
Harrlft, A. J.; Hill, S. II.
Jnme. H. F.; .Johnson, Jim M.
Kelnebrew, Kd; Keith, Samuel;
Mewkn, A. It.; Mlllor, Hoblnion.
Nichols, Ilobort; Nlckloe, Ilro. X.
Oral, J.; Oakloy, C. P.
Hum, Charllo; Robinson, L.
Shackley, W. C; Spur, Cornelius;
Slow-art, Will; Stevenson, Sainuol;
Terry. J. O.
Walkor, J. M.; Whltlock, L. M.;
Persons calling for tho above lot
tors will please say "advertised."
DAVID REDFIELD. P. M.
gr unds at St lxwls Th s was un
necessary at Chicago. The fair or
ganization Itself took care of ivil the-
surplus thu average visitor bad. Ox
ford Junction, lown. Mirror.
Mrs. Rorcr, the famous writer and
lecturer on "How Cooking mid He
):" Is Rolug to run h 'nurant
at the World's Fair. WeT id out
whether sue really kno -Portsmouth,
The great fly wheel that I to move
tho machinery for the St. Louis
World's Kalr ma ken two thousand rev
olutions a minute. Latin Americans
visiting the Kalr will no doubt look
upen tho wonderful performances of
this ily wheel with feelings of envy.- -Laredo,
They are going to show models or
the old timo Mississippi steamboat at
SI. UmlH next year, and they may
huvo tlm old time pilot on exhibition,
but It has not yet been decWel wheth
er specimen of his InngURRO will be
presented or not. Tho opportunity
of learning new forma of objurgation
might be too tempting to be proper.
Xew York Times.
What's In a Name.
Everything Is la tho name wbon It
come to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C.
DaWltt & Co. of Chicago discovered
lomo years ago how to make a salve
from witch hazel that is a specific
for pllos. For blind, bleeding, Itching
and protruding piles, eczema, cuts
burns, brulsos nnd all skin diseases
DeWltt's Salvo has no equal. This
has given nie to numerous worthless
counterfeits. Ask for DoWltt's tho
genuine. Sold by all druggists.
Side Lights on the World's Fair.
The success of tho St. louls fair
h assured. A lot of 10,500 bushels
of peauutM has jst been received there
Rochester, X. Y., Union-Advertiser.
Whoa Monollk ga.os upon tho groat
palaces of tho World's Kalr ho may
doubt thegrandeur of bis ancestor Sol
omon. St Louis Post-Dispatch.
St. Louis has just received "tho larg
est stationary engine on oarth." Thin
sounds very world's fair. Indianapo
lis, Ind.. Xows.
Whon Santos-Dumont comes to tho
St. Louis world's fair with his gas
bags ho is llkoly to find some Yankee
Hying machlnew worth looking at.
Tho Washington Post says that St.
Ixiula is making a strenuous effort to
provido puro drinking water for the
World's Fair visitors. Tho water
question never bothered St louis be
fore. Rochester, N. Y., Post-Express.
Europe will furnish a good deal of
tho music for tho St. Uiuls Fair, but
Chicago an usual will be called upon
to furnish' tho wind. Chicago Inti-r-Ocoan.
"Yes, I'm a Woatorn man, myself."
"That so? I've- never boon West, but
I expect to noxt year to the St.
Louis Kalr." "Oh! that may bo worth
seeing but It won't bo in It with
the" "Ah. how are tilings in Chi-
ago?" Philadelphia Press.
Tl'CiO I a moement on foot to c
tnlillsli a bank on tho World's Kalr
Pleasant and Most Effective.
T. J. Chambers, Ed. Vindicator, Lib
erty. Toxas, writes Dec. 25, 1002:
"With pleasuro and unsolicited by
you 1 bear testimony to the curatlvo
powor of Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
I have used It In my family and enn
cheerfully afllrin It Is tho most eflec
tlvo and ploasantost remedy for
coughs and colds 1 have ever used."
25c, 50c and $1. Sold by W. 11. Frame.
The Red Book.
The Rod Hook continues to increase
in size and Improve In quality. In
the February number, now on the
news stands, fourteen clever stories
well Illustrated, and seventeen photo
graphic portrait studies of various
type of beauty offer entertainment,
heralded by a cover of striking beau
ty. The authors who contribute the
Action are M. J. Reynolds. Eugene
P. Lyle, Jr.. Norman H. Crowoll, Mary
15. Mulletl, A. Shackelford Sullivan,
Leo Crane, Kdna Klngsley Wallace,
Hayden CarruUi, Clinton DangerHeld.
Edgar Franklin, D. II. Talmadge,
Ethel Shackelford. Izola I Korrester
and John II. Whltson. A imge of per
sonal imragraphs by the publishers re
lates some interesting facts alMiut tho
growth of tho Red Hook which I at
tested by tho visible Improvement In
the magazine itself and by the re-
markablo increase In Its advertising
R. W. Dick Mayor
John L. Gait Police Judge I
D B. Booker Chief bf Police
J. II. Mathers City Attorney
0. II. Bruce City Clerk
Frank Butt Treasurer
W. R. Roberts Ass'r and Collector
Bob McQeo City Scavenger
J. W. MoiTett Ci Physic ian I
First Ward R. Hardy. J S. Mo
Secoud Ward J. S. Mullen, C. F.
Third Ward C. L. Byrne, R. W
Fourh Ward W. A. Gilliam, W F
Board of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moffott, city physician;
Drs. St S. Carr, J. W. Smith, Walter
Hardy, Mayor R. W. Dick.
Finance R. Hardy, chairman; C
L. Byrne, W. F. Whittlngton.
Street and Alley Tho aldermen for
each ward are the committee for tl
respective ward, .:ii .., i i
l.anniHli over them .ill
Police C. F. Fraley, chairman; J
S McCharon, W. A. Gilliam.
Fire W. A. Gilliam, chairman; C.
F. Fraley, R. W. Randol.
Waterworks C. L. Hyine. chairman;
W. F. Whittlngton, R. Hardy.
' Ordinance. J. S Mullens, chairman;
R W. Randol, C. L. Byrne.
Ccmotery It W. Randol, chairman;
W. A. Gilliam, J. S. McCharen.
Sanitary J. S. McCharen, chairman,
C. F. Fraley. J. S. Mullen.
Improvement W. F. Whittlngton
chairman; R. Hardy, R. W. Randol, C,
Artificial Stono company Is never
underbid. 9-1 m
Wo are making a special run on our
big stock of guns and If you can be
tempted by the lowost prico evor of
forod you can not resist buying.
WILLIAMS, CORHX & CO.
SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER.
Sure Cure for Plies.
Itching piles produce molbture and
cnuso Itching, this form, as well as
blind, bleeding or protruding pllos are
cured by Dr. Bo-snn-ko's Pile Reme
dy. Stops Itching and blooding. Ab
sorbs tumors. 50c a jar at druggists,
or sent by mail. Treatise free. Write
mo about your case. Dr. Bosanko,
Pblla., Pa. For salo by W. B. Frame,
It is unsafe to Judge a man's pa
triotism by the loudness of ins cheer
for tlm Hag
far chltdrant safe, tura. So eplatmt
Physicians are not tho only men
who follow tho medical profession;
tho undertakers are not far behind.
Tho prevention of consumption Is
entirely a question of commencing tho
proper treatmont In tlmo. Xothlng Is
so well adapted to ward off fatal lung
troublos as Foley's Honey and Tar.
Bonner & Bonnor.
It Is sometimes eaater to apologize
than explain how you happened to
acquire that black eye.
I have, se veral nice Improved lots
in diuVrciit parts of tho city which
I will sell on long time. Small pay
mcr.t down. F. M. Fox. Vrdinme. I.
Special effort Is macio by tho pub'
Ushers ot tho Dallas Semi-Weekly Xews
to give full and compioto Territory
service, fn fact It covers tho field In
eluded In Texas and tho adjacent
states and territories both by a gen
oral Associated Press scrlvce and Its
own Special Paid Correspondents,
thus giving quick and unsurpassed
iiows service, from the Southwest In
general and tho Territories in particu
lar. This featuro in addition to Its
flno agricultural and live stock page
and other specially edited pages, for
tho family, makes tho Dallas Semi'
Weekly Xews a most tisoful and In
lrosting paper to tho farmers and
stockmen of Oklahoma and Indian Ter
rltory. You can now get the News In
connection with tho Weekly Ardmoro-
Ite for tho small sum of $1-50 a year.
Subscrlbo now and get the local
news and general news, too, at a small
Ardmoro, I. T.
Mrs. W. H. Taylor has rented Dr.
Boglo's resldcnco nnd has somo nlcoly
furnished rooms to rent, with tablo
board. 4ThIs house been thoroughly
renovated throughout and is closo to
Two fine Jacks, "Star Light Chief
and "Hancock," age respectively C
and 7. Sired in Tennessee. Mado
two seasons In Territory. Show fine
record. For particulars address G
P Dickinson. Davis I. T. 17-lm
1 Clear Havana
1 o Cigars ' - i
NJ Are now bemfj made from fhc
S NEW GStQP of Havana and M
h "Are Really Excellent." m
Hi waples-platter CIGAR CO, II
When a Woman's
I lie tu'hes aiitl pains tlnU iisul u woman's bick when the
kidneys nie sick take nil the life ill the energy nil the mnbition
out of her. Bncknehu makes her tired out nnd weary, with nerves
uustruiiR she must attend d.iily duties even though rnekinc kid
ney piuus mnke every motion of t lie body n misery. Then, too,
when the kidneys nro not relieved there is the nnnovnnee and dun
Ker of urinary disorders. Good health enn only be obtnined with
well kidneys. Keep the kidnevs well with the Rreutegt of modern
specifics, Donn s Kidney Tills.
A TRIAL FREE
A Li 1)3 10 RE PROOF.
M Is W I1 I itiitttii1rn lit'ttir it X tttnnt inwl flttt A vnmm
siim "'For over n eur it was painful for tne, in account of my
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llll tV . IK Sllllll 111 IU (111 Illl.V Ut'IIV MJI1. .VI illlllll UIIUM 1 i I It'll
iii' dii'ineH u'tiHiunteed to cure such ailments, but the relief obtnined
va only temporary. At the time I tlrst saw Dunn's Kidney Pills
nd. Tilled 1 wn wirse than usual, but a box obtained from the Uity
Drue -lore acted no promptly and so radically that the last attack of
ba.'kii"h censed. I certainly recommend Doau's Kidney I'ills to all
sulT ivis from b.u.ka;he. They are a remedy upon which the public
can re' ."
To Arilinorc Arlmnrilti Kiiulirii
, m i.- tr1i Ut -i(H nto i U
' W l-tl t.t, ui-1kt S V IfAlan
Tho Parsouago and Homo Mission
Society of the Broadway M. E. church
meets the first nnd third Tuesdays of
each mouth at the parsonage.
MRS. HESTER WQLVERTON,
The L. T. L's meets every Sunday
nf tornoon from 3 to I at tho First Pre
MISS MAUD TENNERV, Proa.
The Ladles' Aid Society ot tho First
Baptist cuhrch weots with the mem
bers each week.
. MRS. HEATH Pres.
IThe Happy Woman Ii
Tho Foreign MIslonaiy Society of
tho Broadway M. E. church meets the
first Thursday of each mouth.
MRS. T. K. KEARNEY, Proa.
Tho Aid Society of tho Cumberland
Presbyterian church meets every Tues
day with one of tho members.
MRS. II. L. POTTERF. Pros.
The Aid Society of tho Christian
church meets every Tuesday with one
ot the mombers.
MRS. MAUD DOUGLAS. Pros.
MRS. ED SANDLIN, Sec.
Tho Christian Endeavor or tho Chris
tian Church meets every Sunday nf
tornoon at 3 o'clock.
ERR 1ST DUNLAP. Pres.
Tho Aid Society ot tho Central Bap
tist church meets every Tuesday at 3
o'clock with ono of its mombers.
MRS. BRUCE, Pres.
The B. Y. P. U. of tho First Baptist
church meots every Sunday afternoon
at the church.
MISS DAISY NICHOLS, Pros.
The Benevolent Society meets every
Thursday from 3 to 5 with ono of tho
The Plorian Club will moot ovory
Wednesday .from 3 to 5 o'clock with
different motnbors. They will study
tho Bay View course. Tholr object
will be to beautify tho public school
MRS. JOHN WHITEMAN, Pros.
Is the one free from worry. Kid yourself of
. - .
worry over interior and stale groceries and mi-
satisfactory service by doing your grocery buy-
t ing in 1901 troin
Everything Under One Roof.
-K"l-S 4...$.2..H"H"H"l--e !"M"t"M":"M"K' -M"J-4"l"M"l"M-
That is worth a Rrcnt deal in the
comfort and health it Rives is within
vour ruich at n uiodf-rate cost. Let
us nive you an estimate on an up-to-date
bath room equipment open
plumbiiiL, porcelain or enamled tub
and perfect eanitnry connections.
: . . i. , . ,
V say?-- V-M" pricue are ioucsi ior nifjn class
Mxri ' h iw.. i' work.
2GMt:i:y Coleman Plumbing Co.,
Telephone No. 135.
4 DOORS SOUTH OF POSTOFFICE.
A thoroaKb, practlcnl trnlnlnK hcIidoI, complnte nml up to duto In every department
Dav nnd nlcht HOliool tho entlru year. Day puplln uttunit nlirlit Hcliool without extra
chnrk'ea. Tuition 17.60 per month or 110 for unlimited acbolnrablp. Hoard 1U to 112.80
pur month, No vacation. I'uidln may entur nt any tlmn. Evory pupil la placed on hla
rlta or may advancn as rapidly a hla nlilllty will permit. Thorough tralnlni; In
ahorteat time conalatent with elllclency. Hufurenetia Any bank or bulnena Arm In
(Inlnuavlll For catnlok'Uu nddiKua,
"' - n. V. HKLVIIXIK. A M..ln-ldnt. (lalneavllle. Teaar.
Tho 1 .J.es of the Leaf meet every
Monday from 3 to 5 o'clock with a
inomber of tho society. They are
studying American history and have
for their special work this year "Tho
Found of tho Library In tho Public
MRS. II. C. POTTERF, Pres.
Tho Orlos meet every Friday from
3 to 5 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 Ard
moro. MRS. MARTHA FOX, Pres.
Tho Epworth Junior League of the
Broadway M. E. church meots every
Sunday aftornoon at tho parsonage at
Tho Aid Society ot tho First Pres
byterian church meets tho second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month with
some meinbor of tho society.
MRS. A. W. DUNHAM, Pres.
Tho Homo and Foreign Missionary
Society of the First Presbytorlau
church meets tho first and third Tues
days of each month with somo member
ot tho society.
MRS. JOSE CARR, Pres.
Tho Epworth Senior Len&uo of the
Broadway M. E. church meets every
Sunday aftornoon at 4 o'clock at the
Broadway Methodist church.
W. Q. DITZLER, Pres.
About this spu'ou of die year when tho farmers need
plows, and we have bought for you the best plows on
the mnrket, Our stock comprises
JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
You caunot find their equal anywhere.
We are prepared to fun is-h you everything you need
on t he farm and invite urn to trade with us.
TAKF THE ARDMOREITE.