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Plf t F'Vry. Term cf tie. I - ---- court ' !T AS rCTC- i victonv on . zip s oae" kAKS CfUK. ,-. B. ''I .st'A''.it ' , i :;.jat .c t4 '.J' of 1 r' Tl. r l.op-L.lll.- ' t, .- : . ' I b or.. - as V. 1 : n - -rif ' -I. C r. T 1 i.r. , dh I -J :.it . a '. Tbe ! io an ait ai ; p ' ;,-amii -.r o-g.r.n.:.- n 't- stoma b I,- jr"l !h.fji(. 'h stoma "a mi,.',af for Momach diordr bsi: to m life is Dr. gum's - - , . Tr"- TT-'v - -Si t, or f -an,- J f I E E t I H 0 D. 0 ' M a Ji J A ", 3 r. c F I J ) i .! ::. H "S - vt: " - s?a ran v.' i-rabk, w .rn .r, diattirbtBg :-:.gtou. rr ay, DeceMfcer 9 Porter, orardar. p Walker, murder. itmra. urier. : r: er, murder. Vin. Barney Carney, Saturday, Feb. 30. : Williams, nwrdar. :.port, stnrdar. murder. :. ikea, murder, murder, '-.'day, Fab. 22., :. ''1. lame Ite-d ; ! !are ir. - J. Sheph rd an ! k-1 . liquor. ! i - i liquor. .V . ;- rurlr.i.' b- -Uf .1 Rtlitf 'l;r.it -ri hran", m" tin Or Mi nut a. - Cur Kiva rli'-f H kllla tb t ' .(1S thS IBUCOO i touxta, and at -ir rh tAIcm. urmva out the lnfllBMitloii txA bl od aoottiM th t vtA part a. One Micirti conch euro stmiKtMBs toe limn mmrAm nK MiMinimll and la fearmkMW and arr falling rare in all cwftfelo earn of rougfea. colds snd croup. Ob Minute Couii Cure Is pleasant to take, harmless and good alike for rotrag and oM. Bold by all druggist. .11 of moil ii linfnt i.iatiitftt' funds. r -wlUCtlOl ..i..n, kreen Fnday, Frt. 23. i u'li'i. rob . lntr" ! Uauor !' Miy, asitault to kill. .Miv. weapon, ii. larceny anil recelv i.aifon, Mxlu'tion. .1 Johnson, lanpny al re- H. II. MtNeal, perjury. 3pler Lane, destroying enclosure. Wedneiday, Feb. 24. .1. F. York. Introducing liquor. Uob Powoll, larceny, .'aim Ketiwr, Isr.eny. Wmia Carter. Intraductal; liquor. Benj. F. McCurtaln. falae preua.e (leorgtj D. Miller, larcetry. Rrnfst Benton, selling liquor J. R. Blocker, Milling liquor, (Jeo, Cameron an1 Arthur Kelly, aireny aad receiving. ThurJy. February 88. V Odcm and Joe Hucks.u. l-ir I i ( .'01 inea, assault to kill. i . larcoay ami recelviT; ..ml Ed Bell, larceny an t , iitroduclng !h I ' IHng liquor .. t roduciog Uq i . MUllLg liq i ' ' Jiams, &t'nv" to inur JMday, Fb. 26. 1 j Swafftid, .'luctkH W, 3. WllHanw, falio pratonw. Jackson Hart. lrtrodiclu liquor j II. Miuf. dlp!ilng o rojctRagoJ I'oporty. Htrry K'ser an-l I D H Ugj, In uuducinB llauor. Walter Gojnti. IntrodutlnB liquor. Ott Hamtiioiul. selling liquor. Doc Cuminlngs, Waller Hamilton and N. W. naher, selling liquor. I'quor. Iiobort Dowdy and Ijo Dowdy, sell in Itquor, Ceorge McKnlgbt aad V. Y Ilolky h lHng liquor. George McKnigbt, veiling H;i.' Jamos Qootl, uttering ocunifri. u . urrency. Brery man may hav his prlf-e, but -ry woman wan a iiamam. Kate Kidneya aari Btanasr meat !! V in, ! il. - lIu.N ' .. i i.ns an a r m . unry 'olumns next day. ,ti a Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by Chamberlain's Pain Batm. Tin- -flnci" of r;baml?rlaln's Pain Balm in th r- lu-t of rheumatism is being dt nonatit. .i dally. Parker TrlDlctt of Urtgabi, Va., say that Chou! Tain's Pain Ualm gave him permanent relief from rtiPtimatlam li. the k8 . l'n everyt'.ini, s fall al, and he would not be without it. For al by F. J. Ramsey. Ardmore Drug Co.. W. B. Frame Tlw average girl is a queer t rf;a- tun-. She'll make fun of him one iay and marry him tho itfxt t :. ! UT. HJ When You Have a Cold. The first action when you have a old kluml'l b m relieve the lun , . '' his is '.)' a'. a i-ompllshod by tbe f.-tu w of h.'BilK'rlaln'r r.ouf.i Rem- y "l Mr, n n.fdy ll.jin'i-st . to'i1; mtKiis and caimes its cxnulslon from ibe air cells of the lungs, produces a free expectoration and opens the se cretion. A complete cure soon fol lows. This remedy will cure a se vere cold In less time than any other treatment and It leaves the system In a natural and healthy condition. It counteracts any tendency towards pneumonia. For sale by F. J. Ram- . , Ardmore Drug Co., W. B. Frame. A wlw wlw dcxmri attompt to man- ago hf htiHhand: nh simply feedii him and mists to liu k. A Night Alarm. Wprhu than an alarm of fire U the lirautiv iidiartt nt f-roim. which sounds Hks the blldTt-n's death knell and It moinH ,ltaih unless aometlmia is done qultkly. Foley's Honey and Tar iifvii fait to give inatant relief and quickly curea the worst forma of irotip. Mrs. V. I Cordlvr of Man utugtoo, Ky., writs: "My 8-r car-old girl had a .severe case of croup; the do. tors said she conKl not live, 1 got a bottle of Foley Honey and Tar. the first doge gave relief and saved nor life." Refuse substitutes. For sale by Bonner ft uonaer. I 'ul aloes Khould lie eschewed by t'.io- who "have a horror for getting fat." 8nlnaih haa modtcfnal properties equal to all blue pill over made. What Are They? Chamberlain's Stomach and l.l-r Tablets. A new roincdy f'" 'oma. li troubles, billouwifHs and conMtipauon. anil h ood one Prlco 25 entn For ale by F. J lUmw y, A' linoru Drug i , W II Frain- FOLEYSHOMTEAB ! , XT i? Health Moans the ability to do n good day's work, without undue fatigue and to find life worth ll-inR. Vou cannot have Indtgostlon or constipation with out it tipfuittiiiK the liver and pollut ing the blood. Sui'li a condition may be lt and quickest dtalnel by Her bine, the best liver regulator that the world has even known. Sirs. 1). W. Smith writ, AiH-ll :i. 19U2: "1 ttso Hoi'Wne, and find it the best medicine for constipation and regulating tiio liver I i-vT ttstnl " Price 50e. For sale by W H Fram. lri i lll li' no mairyiiiK In h-: i n. Imt h lIlMMl tin- .iIkt lll. I'" Naval With . i . . r . I b TUtm -v .r I . jlty tg--.T-.i iii tL . u orf .f tL- it j . i mi Ud eta IB !.! .f l.n tttt'irr i tm n ii ,i -be war of ft of Li.:-Mral 1 : ta p.'ji .- ca the wa .ti.aini to n nod almost t .-. at that time. P.tt- hn tn!tibotl riu ;-rially toward tjlde rjr tory of Oliver IL Perry . :. k Ki vpt, :x 1513. In Pina . ti'rr r: st. ;fMi tatrd tb rripea rtsjirwl sti the -qn!pmt.t of 1- : y' fa r -: b-t-t 1 ti- t!rt :n!inee that Las I" ii .; l un f Pittturg'i l..'...iK f'!-: l.-l t!.f . ,-;lu.-tit Cf a 2-: w rr f. r 1',- s-.fmiitCBt. ! ut '' !1 't til-- tJ,f- Ptwky City !.a a!- i v. sj i US a proUiWi- M .1.icp in :U? I.i:!.!ing of .f v.. v. 'Ih'Ac craft of Perry', of t-rnirv. re eniy wooden I (iftair. and the r.mount of iron about t!n-j a ry unail. With the evola !:ju in tlw tiiMructitn of war vessels ame Un- iWtdopmeut of Indus tries in PittnUurg. so that no v. by tbe tuannfscturr of urtnor piste for licle Ham ship, tbe city still sustains its reputation which was started In ucb a humble way In 1813 by furnlbinx a quantity of rone for Pwy's fleet on I--ikf Erie. Tbe ropemaklng Industry was Ijegun In Pittsburg In KOI. and tbe first one to engage extensively In the buMnw was Colonel John Irwin, a ltevolutlon ary soldier, who we severely wound ed In the battle of Paoli. After peace was de tared be started in tbe buMn4 In Plttvbiirg and at tin same time es tablished tbe first rope walk west of tbe Alleghany mountains. Ills plae of l)Uin- wn liK-ated on tbe ite for m many yctiix .iin-e occtipinl by tb fa t:iou old IkiIcI, the Monongabela House, lire. where cin-e iircHldcnts. kingi and prlii.-es bate leeti ntertalned, the rope I.Ume.s lu(lcMly )Mgun. fob in-l Irwin di-i not long after tbe tili,,nltiiif nt of !ii- I.unliies In tlte ll. hii dentil b:.ii,g b' en tbe result of Iti iurliw be kiiKtained in tbe Revo lution,! ry war. 'lilie btwiiie was at leiKi.tl to by .Mm. 1mm. who 1 said to have been n woman of extraordinary energy and ability. Later her SOff as sisted her, and the business was car rl"d on under the firm name of Mary tV John Irwin. In 17?3 the mpewalk was removed to the iimu- Utunded by Liberty ave nue. Third and Pourth street and Re doubt alley. The product turned out by the Irwlii-t huh of a good quality ami w in i;i't-iii demand. The busi ties jifew. gofin It Was neceasary to remove the walk to a place where more j.-!,. mid wa available. Conse .Hienli.v in 112 the work were re movefi io a site on tbe bunk of tbe AllMgbeuy river n ar the Point. Soon after tbls lat icumvnl there . .ue on- d.iy to .tll i.:i Mrs. Irwin a boiih look. llg fe.lov,- who iutrodll-ed liiniH'lf a (Diver H. Perry. He Bald that lie :n building a fleet of war veel on the uliore of Lake Kne and that lie would require a considerable quantity of cordage to equip las fleet. Mrs. Irwin made a contract with the youthful naval olllcer. and in due time the cordage was all finished and deliv ered to Commodore Perry. Tito aniouut of rope In this famous onler was not great compared with that which Is now used in lining out our modern sea monsters of stnp, but for tbe day uud tbe place ib- ord r was a notable one. When the . utire or der wa completed, Mrs. Irwin, who. though well up In year wni Mill In-tep-stliHl in liUKiiies and was Intensely patriotic, guve pi-moiial xupervlsion to the liiKpei-tioii iiml pm-Uius of the goods They weie t.-.ken by w ,iy of tbe Alle gliitiy ' nie). p'irt way by boats and part wi o . Hand, to the famous bay on the south shore of Lake Lri.' where the iiniwll.'iit l'eiiy wax biiKily engag ed ill gi-tlin hi little He. t i ay for tin- ((.mint; battle wliWh was mean so mu h for the American cause. In a tdiort time tlie roies er- all titled to their places, and Hr. tiwl set sail. What happened at Put In-Hay on that famous day of Stpt. 13, 18111, is known to every Ainerleau. It was from one of his victorious hhlps, fitted with Irwin's cnrdaKC made at Pittsburg, that the young commodore wnt his Immortal diapateh. "We buv met the enemy and they are ours." Perry and bis men and Ills f-tancli hlps won this notable victory, but the Mout ropes ntul gooil cordage made nloiii: Duquosno way In the Infant city of Pittsburg did their share also, for when they were put to the test they proved that they vteie kooi! stuff. Pittsburg Pre. GEO. I. JORDAN, Attorney at Law ir4 Land A;er.L WTXXEWOOD. 1. T. Sctal attect.ee to Commercial aad Lti Ijtiratlot. S. a. Ldtr S. T. Ble4ia-t t.tOBKTTFR fc BLEbiOB i. '.torse; i ii U.- UC rci Leibettir I E;c.n.i ua-ii lac. Hals ft.-ttt. PHilClA.Ni. DR. THOS. D. PALMER, Physician and Surgeon. The Happy Woman I- the one free from worry. Kid yourself of worry over inferior and ?tale groceries and satisfactory service by doin$ your grocery inrr in 1901 from n n- buv- Office over tlie MfKeer Drug Store 1 prefer io i'.-c't rty t raajee to the 'jiM-aj of women an i u..drec. I also gV. t. -ciai attention t . ..dsiou.- it . FELKER, Everything Under One Roof. ? -!- -f-- H-i--r -H--H-M.4- Ouros Coldsj Prevents Pneumonia When a woman argues with a man he Ix outapoken and he lh out talk.xl 1or children aac, ure. Ko tplattt rter Feb 1. tbe building now occu Splogle will be for rent gee Splegle at bis bak-17-tf ll Illualie WHlrr l.llr. The water lily of the Amazon has very elusive luihits. The buds open twice the first time just a chink at the tip. I" the early s-uurlse bourn, n fort of premonitory symptom. Ou the following evenlna It spreads its four sepals with Mich alacrity that you can see them moe. Hut the big white bud iiiiKinc t bein remains uncIiHiiged until I o'clock in the morning, when it hur riedly miivuiIs its blossom wide open remaining in this i-oudition only half an hour. Within tlie hour It has near ly closed, and by another hour and a half the entire tlower lias been drawn timler water by the colling of the stalk. L. B. SUTHERLAND, Physician and Surgeon. Oifice Cpttair in P.sv- 2-. Ardmore, !nd. Tsr. Bio i. DR. ROiERT H. HENRY. Physician and Surgeon. Specialty Eye, Ear, Nte an Throat Office with Dr. Von Ke'.ier over Bonner ft Bonner's Drug Store. DR. J. W. SMITH, Physician and Surgeen. Office In Gorman Building Office 'phone S 3 rings. Residence 'phone 14. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to 4 i Special atteatioa gives to Diseases of Women and Children. j ihmkiog W. H. MacCRAKEN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. General Practice. Olflce, Booker-Car.rr building. Hours i a. m 2-5 p. m. Evenings ty appointment. About this sea?on ol 'Le j ear whet, the tanners need plotvg, we have bouchttor you the best plow? on the irartet, Our stock comprises JOHN DEERE PLOWS, EAGLE PLOWS, STANDARD PLOWS. DR. HUMPHREY. SpeelsilUt. Bye, Bar, Nose and Threat. Glasae accurately fitted. 03! over Hotcnkiss jewelry store. Ardmor. I. T. V : esunot tSad their equal auywter . We are prepared to furnish you everythiujr yo-j on tte farm afl invite ynu to 'rade wiin u. W. M. ANDERSON, Veterinary Surgeon. (T. h. Smith's Stable.) Oiflcs phone 125. Reaidence DR. J. B. KILGORE, Office, Postofnce building. Reaidence, Whittington hotel. Vi. M. UHAfiChLLOii Physician :nd Surgeon W mbke dlisei of women anC cblldrrc Dd k'oerI operative tursnry a peclilty. Heldnc. 0 itree! nonbeiil. tecoad Uoor north of Ttalrd kTence: OSJce with Ardmore Drug Co. DfSce phone SC, residence phone 228 BBGasg iff wr ' wr J,!, rux win'...-, "uaizggi I m ! ! ! t J 9gm , . ..' a i S b B l ! T jS THE S i wlur Hirdr. Uai.fboat It. .. o. Ut.llll Bti. Pboit :i HARDY McKEEH. Phtbiciank akd BenojtoNs. OCoehonrii 1C to 11 , m., to I D. n.. ml 8 io 9 p. m.i nnaji, 10 to 11 i. m. and I lo I D. m, OBti rnona in. OCBcc orar Bimii; 'i drogilnrp ornpF Wain anil fliilrni,..!,, UHNTISTb. DR. rea- W. S. BECHTOL, Dentist. All or!. suaranteed Charges r.onabk Office over Hamilton's Shoo Store. Ardmore, lad. Terr Keamev Hardwar e House DR. A. . ADAMS, Dsntiit The latest improvement for and Bridge Work. Crown i.A it- Local anesthetics administered the painless extraction of teoth. All work guaranteed. Prices suit the times. Office over Randol's store, Ardmore, I. T. for to J. B. WHITE, Architect and Superintendent Office In Wheeler Building. Ardmore, Ind. Ter Office DR. WM. S. PENNELL, DENTIST. with Drs. Moore & Vaden, Noble Building. s f:'. Is better prepared than ever to take care of the farmers and city customers. Everything in the hardware line is carried in this mam moth stock. Have just received a car load of the celebrated Brown Cotton Planters Ami Cultivators. Will receive iu a few days. One car ut Xewtou Wanoiis, on- car ol Cotton Planters and Cultivators, ore ear of Iron Rooting, one car of linrbed wire, one car of the celebrated Moline Plows and Cultivators. A full line ot Saddles, Sridies and Harness. Will exchange for cash or diraMe '-re-lit. IVpared to famish vou eithf"- way. Call anil in- when in town. Your tor trail-. T. K. KEARNEY VS.' ScT i Mt V?." fir fit- i: -i "A man ilttt walks right tip tn do Job of reformln de whole world," s-qtd Un rle Kben, " ery often balks at so sim ple a inatt-r aa breakln' lilelf of chewln' toleiico" - Wnsbington Star. A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. Mr W. W Baker of Plainvlow. Neb. writes- "My wife aad lung trouble for over fifteen years We tried a -..umber of doctors and spent over a thousand dollars without any relief. She was very low and I lost all hoiie. when a lrlend suggested try tin? Foley's Honey and Tar. which I did; nnd thanks be to this great rem- ...... i. ......t 1 1 r. Clin Iii tlrnnir- fUJ, It 7U II. I ,' i,,.. , .t. . or and enjoys better health than sho has ever known in ten yoars. We ; shall nevor be without Foley's Honey and Tnr and would ask those alllict ed to try it." For sale by Bonner & Bonner. v j. )V IfiZXJTg-z-- -.a- --far ' ' u Telephone No. 135 'i-ctf) Bath Luxury That is worth a Rreat deal iu the comfort and health it gives is within your reach at a moderate cost, hut us give you an estimate on au up-to-date bath room equipment open plumbing, porcelain or enamled tub nnd perfect sanitary connections. Our prices nre lov est for high clfifs work. Coleman Plumbing Co., A DOORS SOUTH OH P0ST0FFICE. Winter cough are apt to result In consumption If neglected. They can bo toon broken up by using Foley's Honey and Tar. For sale at Bonner & Honner's. A thoroDk'ti. practical trulnlni; school, cnmiilute anil up to date In every department Day and ulirht nchool the entire year la' pnplla nttend nlwht school without extra cbartrea. Tuition J'.W per month or JtO lur unlluilteil achnmrahlp. Hoard 110 to tl w nermontb, Novncatlon. Puplla may enter at any time. Kvery pupil Is placod on tola rlts or may advance as rapidly as ht atilllty will permit. Thoroufc-h tratnlne n shortest time consistent with elllclency. ItoforencerAny bank or business tlrni In Dalnesvill Kor catalogue addiess, O. P. HKLVIDOK. A M..'restdent. flaneTlle. Teasx. TAKF THE ARDMOREITE. S'llfccrlbo for Vt.Q Ardioorelto.