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BONAPARTL'S REPORT PILED.
Rumors That It Is Advertc to a Num ber of Officials. t MmkoK. i- those was a r.iaior ilr minted mat the Hompnrto ipport hid been ninl In nhlngtou iiihI Hint it wna ntlvrrs- I all tho tiMl ltln. bot'i on tho D.iwen iiiiumU -Ion and In the liiillim oIIIips. Theio wns a hlg iltpmetrt for n time, wftlth did no: alKito until repllrn hogttii l-i ( m In ftom toleprmim tlmt were pomol In to Wnahlngton rtnrn mixlou-i pattle hero. Tln matter wn ncn-nlu itinl by tho fnd tlmt na yi'l ItwlMti Agent Shoenfolt bus not bumi reappointed, though hla tlmo oxplred January IS. Ii In niipMWil ttmt hla reiipimlntnieni will mil hi) nm.h) until nftr llio Ho imiKirtti T('xt l tiKiilc A itorythnt going Hi" n)niuU hero la to the i fleet tlmt Uie prealilont. niul u coterie of m-nator who m Slioenfplt's Iih-ikIm nnl form a Mwprfiil ikiIHIphi oiiihliiHllon. are urging the Immeill ,hi appointment or Hip Hgent, hut i.i is in oppose"! ly Swretury Hllih .ii-. who il -i not want any appoln' tm iiiH imulo until nftPT Hip report u hi It la known that tho seerelno .lo.M not feel frlcmlly to tho agent, imt lio atan.1 high with tho -ommln sioncr or Indian affairs. noihpr atory hpro la that Sonntor tinny, believing thf tho Da we (i.tninlHslon would lie citiaurril In thp report. IIIpiI thn moinorhil In tho sou nti1 In which the ooiniulaaloii la at tni kill. In onlor to hack up sentiment tlmt would ho aroused hy mieh nn n.lvt'rMi report. Millionaire's Poor Stomach. Tho worn-out stomach of tho over fed milllonalro If often parndod In tho public prints ns n horrlhlo example oi tlui ovllft nttondnnt on tlio posses sion of Bro.it wealth. Hut mllllonntroo aro not tho only ones who nro millet- el wlUi bad stomnclin. Tho propor tion Is far greater among tho tollers. Dyspepsia and Indigestion aro ram pant among theso peoplo, and they ftiffor far worso tortures than Hie mil llonalro unless thoy avnll them- solves of n standard medlclno llko Green's August Flower, which has been a favorlto household romody for all stomnch troubles for ovar thirty yenrs. August Flower rouses tho tor pid liver, thus creating appetite and insuring perfect digestion. It tones and vitalizes Uio cntlro system and makes llfo worth living, no matter what your station. Trial bottles 25c; 7Ec. At all druggists. REPUBLICANS AT VINITA. Executive Committee From the Va rlous Nations Meet. Tho llopiibllcnn executtvo ram mi t tco lu-ld a mooting nt Vlnlta Satur day with a full representation from the vtuioiiH nations of Indian Torrlto ry. S. (5. Victor, chairman of tho oxcoutlvo cominlUei'. prpsldcd nnil tho lny wbh taken up In executive Mission. Tho Hopubllcmv Territorial conven Hon will bo held at Claremoro on Mnrch 17. whom tho tlelegates will ho selected to tho Republican nation nl convention at Chicago. Information brought hero from nil portions of Indian Territory show that I'llnv 1 Sopor of Vlnlta will he the unnnlinoim choice of the Hepub llcans of Indian Territory for Ri publican national commit tecinau from Indian Torrltory. For Sick and Nervous People. Wo hnvo a euro for norvous and nnstoady people, weak, Headless poo- n o. nnd nlmply. palo sallow, peopio peoplo who aro troubled with loss o ambition falling memory, depression of spirits, lack of conddouco, nervous hoadneho nnd wnkofulnoss, nil theso symptoms aro produced by weakoned nerves, brought on by wntory ooniii Hon of tho blood. Mako strong, rich red blood nnd furnish rood for the nerves Is tho way to Btop tho source of disease, and tho euro then is only a quostlon of days. Tho best flesh and blood builder Is Dr. Ounn's Wood & Norvo TVmlc, in tnblot form to take at meal time Sells at 7Cc a box. or boxos for $2. at all druggists, l'eopl cnin from 1 to 3 pounds of solid, hoal thy llosh per weok by tho uao of Uils inodlclno. That Is an indication that It is doing good. For sale by W. H Frame, druggist. "The Professor's Love Story." In H.u "Professor's Iivo Story. which Mr. Harry Ik'rosfor.1 will prc- M-nt hero tonight will bo found th essence of all that Is beautiful in the mric literature. Mr. J. II. liarrli i he author of this comedy classic which has been llkoncAl by recognized .Mile ns a poom In jirose, is also Hie writer of "Quality Street ' mil The Mttle Minister." Maude Adam v,rii succoiig. ns well as "The Adinl ntle Crichton," which Clinrles Frolv man l tlo produce both on this and tho other side. For Mr. lloiosfor i how in In tho rolo of Professor (oodwllllo comody of tho highest cln lrolloy, love making, hf sacrlllcc heart intorotit elovurly HOiistructed and above nil prohablo cllmasee. 1 lact ovory ono of IiIr peraonnl elm nctorlstles nro used In this play. Thn .i.mnanv kiippoi-Hiik Mr. Heresford will be well worth commcndlii,'. WOODFORD. Special Corroonilorire. Womtford. 1. T.. .Inn. 2.1. Tho pnat rain niul prem'iit snow wore Imilly misled throughout thla section of 1 1 untry. A. V. Spivthe nn.l W. A. .lolly hnvo iHiught tho Johnson & Aloxnmlur bus Intaa ImiiiP. The house will ho ro- palml ntul ftirnlaheil ault.ibly Mr n loilglng honae. Wo need mi I. O. O. I'- lodge Iipip. Horn to Dr. himI Mia. Taylor on the 8th. n boy. Mr. Nut Smith from Pendleton. rv.vnr. I In en vlaltlng frlonda ami (VjUiiliitmifi. Moaars. Wayne, lllnntnn niul Mil- lonoy nro atopphiK t tlio Hill hotel. (). L. Alfora him returned fnnn the military aeliool at Oklahoma City for ho puriHN' of nsalatlng Ills father hprp In the int'rrnutllo himlnima. ,lm- Wllllfonl from .Mllo la hero pre-- paratory to going rti it big hunt. Th nrovention of cotiaiimptlon Is pntlrely a. iiuoatlon of commencing the proper treatment In time. Nothing la ao wall adapted to ward off fntnl lung troubles as Foley" Honey nnil Tar. Hon n fir llonnor. PAULS VALLEY. Spi-cial CorreHHmilence. Paula Vnlley. I- T., Jan. 21 Art 8. ninley wiih nt Mndany Saturday. I. .1. Uwlng lm accepted n ikmIIIoii ith a l.tndsuy mercantilo firm. F. II. Cnrr and T. I). Wngner of Indsuy aro vlnltorn today. W. .1. Umg, M. M. (lilblii mid Chita. orley went to (luthrlo yosterdny to attend Uio "Shrlnem" Di'puty IT. S. Marshal .1. N. .lacknon tin moved his family hero from Cad- A. II. Stevens spent several days homo HiIm weok. , t. j. Powers loft HiIh week for Un- iu4. Olilu., where ho has a situation s ballni-t Inspector. Mr. Hus Mny of MnysvlIIo Tin boon hero several day visiting rein- I vert. Tho Mlller-nrynu Co. played at tin nni house last night. Owing to tho enther. not nn largo crowd wns out un would hnvo boon. Hut that piny Hrlt" was a crackerjack. .1. It. Cook was In tho city from MnysvlIIo Saturday. Albei t Uennlo wns In Tishomingo the rst of tlio week. Mrs. S. .1. (Jarvln Is initio sick this eek. Momon Prultt mndo a trip to Ard- moro on huslness yesterday. ,. 10. Pyeatt mado a business trip o Wiynnowood this week. Sam Connor Is nblo to bo up and ttenil to business ngaln this week. Hoy HurkH nnd wife me visiting relatives here this weok. II. C. llovls. a iiromlnent merchant of Purdy. was down on business this week. Mr. Jennie Paul Is In Tishomingo this weok. Connratulatlons. Mr. John 11. Cullom editor of tho dnrlnnd. Toxas, Nows, haB written n letter of congratulation to tho manu fucturors of Chnmborlnln's Cough Hemody as follows: "Sixteen years ago when our first child wns n bnby no ns subject to c;tupy spoils and wo would bo very unoosy about him. We becmi us im Chnmborlnln'c cougii Uemeily In 1SS7. and llmllng it sucn a Tollablo remedy for colds and croup wo have never been without It in tlio houwi slnco that time. Wo hnvo nvo children and hnvo given it to nil or them with Kood results. Ono good feature of this remedy Is Hint It Is not disagreeable to tako and babies renlly llko It. Another Is Hint it is not ilnngerous, nnd thero Is no risk from giving nn overdose. I congrntu Into you upon tho success of your rem oily." For sale by F J. Hnmsoy, Ard inoro Drug Co. W. II. l rnme. Tho world deals hard with n mini who complains, but It deals much hunlcr with tho ninn who doesn't com plain. Children Poisoned. Many children nro poisoned and mado nervous and weak. If not klllod outright, by mothors giving them cough syrups contnlnlni; opiates. Fo ley's llouoy ami Tar Is u snfo and certain remedy for coughs, croup and lunc trouble, and is tlio only promi' nent cough medlclno that contains no ophites or oUior poisons. Honncr Honnor. If you can't Hnd your place In the world tako somebody else's; you dotihtloK'tt know a number you woul like to have. Sure Cure for Piles, Itching piles produce moluturo nnd cnuso Itching, this form, ns won as blind, bleeding or protruding piles are cured by Dr. Ho-san-ko s, PIIo Hemo dy. Stops itching nnd bleeding. Ab sorbs tumors. iOc n Jar at drugglRts or sont by mall. Troatlso free. Wrlto mo about your case. Dr. liosanuo, I'hlln., Pa. For sale hy W. II. Frame, driiKKlst. lm Hecnuse thieves hnvo no respect lor law Is no reason for anarchy: holiest mon need a cortnln amount of protoe Hon from oaoli other. Ardmore Transfer Line. Calls answorod for baggago at all hours, day or night. Wo meet overy train. Never sleop. Phono 2C1. 23-lm J. S. ROWLES & SON. BANKRUPTCY NOTICC. In tho I'nlted State Va. t for ihi Swithern Dlatrlct of tho Indian Ter ritory. In tho mutter of V. Bout hern, bank- npt. In Hnnkruiiiey. .no. r.i&. Po tho llcnorable IloaoH Townsond, Judge of the District court of tne I'nlteil StMoa for Hip Southern iIIh trlcl of tho Indian Tenltory: C. Southern of Durwood In trie Htiiitherii district of the Indian Ter ritory In snld district, respectfully epresents that on the ilth day of April last past, he was duly ad- Judged bankrupt under the nets of ongrosH (elating to biuiUniptcy, that he Iiiih duly suriendeieil nil his prop- rty and rights of property, nnd hns fully compiled with all tho require intuitu of wild acts nnd of tho order f tho court touching till bankruptcy. Wherefore ho prays that ho may be ileerpiil by tho point to have a full illwhnrgo from nil debts provable gnlnal his eatnto under Raid lmni- mpt acta, oxpoi't such debts na an- xi-eptod by law from such illsehrg- ,Datel thla 25th tlti) of Janunry. D. 1H04. C. 80UTHRRX. Hankrupt 8oitthirn District of the Indinn Tor itory. s: un hum zuin nay oi .innuary. ). I '.hi I, on i sailing the foregoing pc Itlou, it is ordered by the court that Inuring bo hnd upon the same on tho (Hh dny of February, A. I)., P.I04. loforo snld court, nt Ardniore. In said llstrlct, nt !i o'clock In the forenoon. mid Hint notice thereof ho published Tho Ardmorelte, n newspaper rinteil In wild dlstrlcL and Hint all known creditors nnd other persons n Intoroflt mny npiienr at tlio said tlmi and place and show cause. If any hoy have, why tho prayer of snld pp. Itloner should not bo granted. And It Is further ordered hy the ouVt Hint tho clerk shnll send by mull to nil known croditors copies of snld petition nnd this order, address ed to them nt their plnces of lesidence ns stated. Witness tho Honorahlo Hosea rowtiKoiul, Judge of tho said court. nnd tins seal thereof, nt Ardniore, In nid district, on tho 2fith dny of Jan- iii;. 19(1 1. C. M. CAMPIUCMy, Clerk. (Seal of tho Court. Firsi published .Inn. 20, 1004. Pneumonia and La Grippe. Coughs cured nqulckly by Foley's Cough and Tar. Refuse, substitutes. Homier & Bonner. Mnko your loan wlUi tho American nvestmen'. company, Atoka, Indinn Territory, for long term nnd low rate. Thoy1 glvo you privllcgo o paying $100 or tho wliolo amount at nny In' tcrest pay day, allowing you to repay Uio inonoy when you havo no furthor u so for It, nnd stop tho Interest Wrlto thorn or boo W. S. Wolvorton & Son, Ardmore. M-lm Artificial Stono company Is never underbid. 9-lm Our felicitations to tho man who Is engaged to tho girl ho thinks he'll bo hnppy with; ho Is tho newest con vert to tho oldest folly. AND for children t safe, tura, tlo eplattt PROVENCE. Special Correspondence. Provence. I. T., Jan. 25. There is rousldenilile sickness around, but It Is mostly la grip. U. 11. Ramon Is making trips over tho Frisco dally to Ardmoro on nc count of a sick wlfo and child. Tho Infant child of Hon Cirny died on tho lSth Inst. Mr. Holly from Mississippi made n visit to his In-other, Julius Holly, latoly. J. M. Cooper has moved to Arknn sag. Mr Hodgos was In from Oklahoma u few days ago. Tom fJeorgo Is having had luck, Ono of his horsoa died Wednesday night nnd ono Saturday night. Julius Miller on mo In from Texas and Is 'hero looking after some bust Hess Interests. Some plowing has been done In this section. Notice has been received herefrom the postoilice department that mall service would begin on the Frisco February S. Tho ninny friends of G. H. Hausan, engineer L. E. & W. R. R., nt present living In Lima, O., will bo pleased to know of his recovery from threatened kldnoy disease. Ho writes: "I was cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure, which I reconiniond to all, especially trainmen who nro usually similarly atlllcted." Honnor & Honnor. Stop It. A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung trouhlos. Don't tako chances when Foloy's Hon ey and Tar affords perfect security from sorlous offecta of a cold. Honner & Honnor. Subscribe for the Ardmorelte, SccroU Societies MASONIC. A. F. and A. M. u Ardmoro lodgo No. 31 A. F ,T-2 A. M. Uegular ineotlng on rqr or before tho full moon In Ncach month nt 7:31 n'clck Masonic temple. A. It. I'ALMEIl, W. M 0. II. IIRUCB, Sec. H. A. M. Ardmoro chapter It. A. M. No. 11. Hegulnr meet ing second Tuesday night in each month at 7:30 o' clock. Masonic temple. O. H. imUCE. H. P. I U Q ALT, Secretary Knights Templar. Ardniore commandery No. 5 ,K. T. meets first Monday In every month. S. M. TOKHICTT, E. C. W. UOnURTS, Hcoordor. O. E. S. Ardmoro chapter No. 70 O. 13. S. hn? regular mooting on the night of the fourth Monday in every month nt 7: 30 o'clock. MIU5. EVA SNYDER, "vV.M. M. M. OIUFFITII. Sec ODD FELLOW3. Ardniore lodge No. 9, I. O. O. F meets ovory Tuesday night at Odd Fellows hall nt 7:i0 o.clock. J N JOHNSON. N. O. W. V. TALIAFERIIO, Soc'y. Encampment. Indlnnoln Encampment . 10 I. O. O. F. meets every Friday night nt Odd Fol lows hall at 7:30 o'clock. B. F. COX, Chief Patriarch. D. T. NISDETT, Scrlbo. Rebekahs. Ardmoro Rebekah kJgo No. 20, I. O. O. F. meets every Thurs 'ay night nt Odd Fel lows hall at 7:30 o' clock. MRS. FANNIE SACRA, N. G. MRS. M. 10. SPURGEON, Sec. Canton. Canton. Ardmoro No. 4, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F., has regular meet ing on first and third Monday nignts In each month. WMi DEVENEV, Com. 1). T. NISBETT, Clerk. ELKS. D. P. O. Elks meet second- nnd fourth Fri day In each mouth at Elks hall, West Main BtreoL A. W. DUNHAM. E. R. R. U SANDERS, Sec. I. O. R. M. Washita trlbo No. 33, Improved Order of Rod , men meets In Odd Fol lows' hall overy Wednes day night at 7:30 o'clock. J. P. FANN, Sachem. D. T. NISDETT, C. of R. W. O. W. Ardmoro Camp No. 33,' Woodmen of tho feWoWjjp!" World moots second Vi-3' and fourth Friday nights In K. of P. hall J. N. MORGAN, C. O. GEORGE HEAD, Cleric. Lady Maccabees. nivo ;vo, l, Lames oi tho Maccabees meots on tho first Wednesday nf' tcrnoon In each month in tho Odd Fellows hall. MRS. DORA NISDETT, Lady Commander. MRS. E. M. G OFF, Keeper of Records. K. of P. Myrtlo lodgo No. 7, Knights of PyUilas meet In Cnstlo Hall. syjaSLSJ every Thursday evening y&S JOE M. LONDON, C. C. WILL SALISDURV, K. of R. & S. A. O. U. W. Ardmoro Lodgo, No. 41, tnoota regular overy first j nnd third Wednesdny ?. nights nt K. of P. hall W. R. nODERTS, M. W. A. LOWENSTEIN, Recorder. The Woodmen Circle meets evory third Friday night and first Monday afternoon in tho K. of P. hall. MRS. I. R, MASON, Guard MRS. H. P. EVETTS, Clerk. The .Modern Woodmen of America nieot overy Mouday night In tho K. of P. hall. J. F. SON, V. C. ERltETT DUNLAP, Clerk. CONFEDERATE VETERANS. John H. Morgan Camp, U. C. V will hold Its regular meetings on tho second Sunday In each month at th city hall at 3 o'clock p. m. All old soldiers invited. J. W. GOLLEDGE, Com O. H. HRUCE, AdJutnnL SOCIALIST LOCAL. Thla organization will raeot overy Friday evening at tho city hall. O. A. MUEU .PR, Sec ? s . .Q . I nirr CRIMINAL DOCKET. Ardmore Setting for December Term, 1903. Wednesday, January 27, 1904. 484 1 John Llttrell, larceny. 48IS Jcsso Llttrell, larceny. 4S95 .1. E. Jeffries, larceny. 4S9C Mun Llttrell, larceny. 41)87 Roy Wheeler, Frank Ovcrstreei and Sam Hollcy, Inrccny. C023 Una Purifier aud Ned Purifier, larceny. G028 Mlko West, lnrceny. 5032 Hon Love nnd Mitch Gnlnos, larceny. C058 I3ronzo Pearson, Lincoln Good on nnd Cam Hornbock, Inrccny. Thursday January 28, 1904. COCO Deo Jackson, falso pretense. C190 Deo Jackson, falso protonso. 5110 D. R. Jackson, falso pretense. 5154 Deo Jackson nnd Pono Poo, lar ceny. 5077 Tom Gllstrap, soiling IIijut. 5078 Tom Gllstrap, larceny. 5105 Jim Loaf (cllns Le) au-J John Weicher larceny. B10C Jim Leaf and John Wolcher, lar ceny. 5157 Hob Pickering, larceny. Friday, January 29, 1904. I6M Win. D. Slgmnn, embezzlement. ICB9 Zander Davidson, fnlse pretense. 4C70 'Zander Davidson, falso protonso. 5015 Dan Edwards nnd Goo. W. Fol ios, burglary. 5109 L. C. Cothran, falso protonso. 200 J. H. Underwood, falso pre tense. Saturday, January 30, 1904. 4878 G. W. Pollock, disposing xof mortgaged property. 5080 Tom H. Churchman, disposing of mortgaged property. 509C Geo. W. Drown, disposing of mortgaged property. G12S Wesley Howell, Georgo Johne gan nnd W. P. Presloy, dispos ing of mortgaged proporty. 51S9 A. J. Chapman, removing mort gaged property. 5188 A. J. Chapman, weapon. 5198 W. A. Cudo, disposing of mort gaged property. Monday, February 1, 1904. 4C52 Wm. Hay, selling liquor. 471C R. P. Mitchell, selling liquor. 780 Duster Ray, selling liquor. 482C Johnson Franklin, selling liq uor. 482S Cnlro Christian, selling liquor. 5107 Cairo Christian, larceny. 4S39 Mat Williams and Charloy Jor dan, selling liquor. 4945 Henry Oata, selling liquor. Tuesday, February 2, 1904. 4D5C Georgo Drowor (alias Rlggs), Introducing liquor. 4959 Lum Dohanon, selling liquor. 5021 Joo West, selling liquor. 5022 Feke Slpce, selling liquor . 5025 Silas Hunt and Dud Rowan, sell ing liquor. 5042 Noblo Stone, selling liquor. 5050 James Dunn, selling liquor. FO'.l James Dunn, introducing liquor. Wednesday, February 3, 1904. 5059 Clark Llscnby, selling liquor. 5003 James F. M clinches, selling liquor. 50C5 Jim Sanders, selling liquor. 5070 Isaac Mlllor, selling liquor, 5071 Johnnlo Johnson, soiling liquor. 4900 John Johnson, selling liquor. 5072 Mack Williams, soiling liquor. 507G Charles Turknctt, selling liquor. 5098 J. L. Clinton, Introducing liquor. Thursday, February 4, 1904. 5148 Charloy Dartee, selling liquor. 5149 W. J. Ilolley nnd Ed Cudgoll selling liquor. 5150--W. I). King, selling liquor. 5151 Fred Wlnnns and Henry Win ans, selling liquor. 5152 J. C. Wolf, selling liquor. 5153 William Roberts, selling liquor, 51C7 A. J. Franklin, selling liquor, 51C8 Rufo Cartor, selling liquor. 5175 W. W. Taylor, soiling liquor. Friday, February 5, 1904. 4 I2C J. A. Dentloy, intorcourso with femalo under 1C. 4527 Georgo Matlock, perjury. 4985 Georgo W. Matlock, arson. 4555 John H. Ixjwo, forgery. 47C7 Iconard Dowllng, Intercourse with femalo undor 1C. 5097 W. P .Mnrtln, attempt to rob. THACKERVILLE. Secial Correspondence. Thnckorvillo, I. T., Jan. 23. W havo had a big rain which was great' ly needed; It was followed by n snow which will also prove beneficial. There is somo sickness around theso parts sovorni cases of pneu numla. Miss Ella Splawn returned to Gainesville last Monday. Mrs. Addle Matthews will leave for t'oalgate in a few days. Our school Is getting along nicely. Ed Hayes and Hob Patterson re turned from California and other points satisfied now to romnln at Thnckorvillo. You ntl more for your money ;i heating and cook stoves at Spraglnu than any other plac. He sells the Loader and tho Garland. Can yon thlnlc of bottor stoves? When n man loves a w:imrii who goes to bed with him in curl papers he is pretty old or very near-sighted. CHURCH SOCIETIES. Tho Parsonago nnd Homo Mission Socloty of tho Broadway M. E. church meets the first and third Tuesdays of eaph month at tho parsonage. MRS. HESTER WOLVBUTUN, President. Tho L. T. 13 meets overy Sunday fternoon from 3 to i at the First Pres- ytorlnn church. MISS MAUD TENNERY, Pros. Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho First Uaptlst cuhrch wocts with the mem- ers each week. MRS. HEATH Pres. Tho Foreign Mbslonary Society of tho DroaJway M. E. rhurc": meets tho first Thursday jf each month. MRS. T. K. KEARNEY, Pres. Tho Aid Society of tho Cumberland rosbytorlan church mtets overy Tues day with ono of tho members. MRS. H. L. POTTERF. Proa. Tho Aid Society of tho Christian church meets evory Tuesday with ono of the" momhers. MR3. MAUD DOUGLAS. Prca. MRS. ED SANDLIN, See The Christian Endeavor of tho Chris tian Church meets every Suuday af ternoon nt 3 o'clock. ERRET DUNLAP. Pres. Tho Aid Socloty of tho Central Bap tist church meets every Tuesday at 3 o'clock with ono of Its members. MRS. BRUCE, Pres. Tho D. Y. P. U. of tho First Daptlst church meots every Sunday afternoon at tho church. MISS DAISY NICHOLS, Pres. Tho Benevolent Society meets evory Thursday from 3 to 5 with ono of tho members. Tho Pierian Club will meot overy Wednesday from 3 to 5 o'clock with different members., Thoy will study tho Dny View course. Tholr objoct will bo to beautify tho public school building. MRS. JOHN WHITEMAN, Pros. LITERARY SOCIETIES. The Ladles of tho Leaf meet every Monday from 3 to 5 o'clock with a member of tho socloty. Thoy aro studying American history and havo for their special work this year "Tho Found of tho Library In tho Public Schools." MRS. H. C. POTTERF, Pres. Tho Orios meet every Friday from 3 to 5 o'clock with members of tho so ciety. Thoy aro Btudylng Shakes pearo, with other authors and havo 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 overy Sunday afternoon at tho parsonago at 3 o'clock. Tho Aid Society of tho First Pres byterian church meets tho second and fourth Tuesdays of each month with sorno mombor of tho society. MRS. A. W. DUNHAM. Pros. Tho Homo and Foreign Missionary Society of tho First Presbyterian church moots tho first and third Tues days of each month with somo member of tho society. MRS. JOSE CARR, Pres. Tho Epworth Senior Lcaguo of the Broadway M. E. church meets overy Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at tho Broadway Methodist church. W. G. DITZLER, Pres. Retail Clerks' Union. Local No. C35, R. C. I. P. A. meotH second and fourth Monday nights In each month. L. B. HORN, President. E. O. MURPHY, Secretary. A Prisoner In Her Own House. Mrs. W. IL Lnyha of 1001 Agnes Avo., Kansas City Mo., has for eovoral years beon troublod with sovore hoarseness and at times a hard cough, which sho says, "Would keep mo In doors for days. I was proscribed for by physicians -with, no notlceablo re sults. A friend gave mo part of a bottlo of Chamborlaln'8 Cough Reme dy with Instructions to closely follow dlrocUons and I wish to stato that aftor tho first day I could notice n decided chango to tho bettor, and at this tlmo aftor using It for two weeks, havo no hesitation In saying I rcalizo that I am ontlroly cured." Thla romo dy Is for snlo by F. J. lUmsoy, Ard moro Dnig Co.. W. B. Frame. Anything you do which Is worth doing has to bo dono well, or some body else will bo hired to do It. Just Ono Minute. Ono MInuto Cough Cure rolloves in ono mlnuto, bocauso It kills tho ml crobo which tickles tho mucous mora brano, causing tho cough, and at tho samo tlmo clears tho phlegm, draws out Uio Inflammation and heals and sooUios Uio nffected parts, Ono mln uto Cough Cure strengthens tho lungs, wards off puoumonla and is a harmless and nover falling euro In all curable cases of coughs, colds and croup. Ono Mlnuto Cough Curo Is pleasant to tako. harmless and good alike for young and old. Sold by oil druggists.