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lltaldton, 1. T., April 23. The wea
ther Is cloudy and pleasant today, lif
ter the rain of lat night.
W. K. Ingram of Ardmore was In
this section the past week looking
artr his Interesto here.
Oil prospectors were here A few
days ago looking over the 00(111117.
Mrs. It. II. Whntey left Wednesday
for a month's visit with relatives tn
Our town had qulto a shock In the
death of John Sot by lightning during
the storm Thursdny night. He had
pot out of bed to close n window and
Ir. passing beneath an open flue, the
bolt of lightning truck him In the
had, passing down his body to his
!;lp, it then left him and passed to
the iron bed springs and on out at
th corner cf the house. Hit, wife
and child, who were asleep on the
bed, received only a slight Ehock.
The accident ocurred at the home of
!ii slater, Mrs. Murtlshaw. His moth
! had arlved here only last week
to visit him and his death was quite
a chock to her. The sympathies of
this entire community are extetulej
tf the relatives of the deceased.
The storm of Thursday night was
quite severe a regular electrical
torm. Storm houiese were In de
mand for a little time.
The rain has heliied the farmers
and they will wear smiles and work
wlih more encouragement.
'! .- t j Vet irr.
, ' i. ii ... .
xllly luiilth Tuy o ii t tln'lr
children. Yet It Is no unusual sight
to te a mother, with babe In anna,
coughing violently and Exhibiting all
the symptoms of a consumptive tend
ency. Ami why should this danger-
kous condition exist, dangerous alike
to mother and chlra, when Dr. Hon-
chee's German Syrup would put a
stop to It at once? No mother should
be without tlila old nnd tried remedy
in the liouee for its timely use will
promptly euro any lung, throat nr
bronchial trouble In herself or lur
children. The worst cough or cold
can be speedily cured by German
Syrup; so can honrseueea and con
gestion of tho bronchial tubes. It
'jiakcR expectorations ensy. and Rlvi s
11 st nut relief and refreshing rest to
the cough-racked conaumptlvo.
trial bottle, 25c; large alie,
City Drug Store.
It's bad to use religion as a
or as a circus tent.
A Cure for Hxdache.
Any man. woman or child siii.'i rin
from headache, biliousness or .1 ,1.1
lrowsy feeling should take one c
of DoWltt's Utile Karly Hlsers n.p.it
and morning. These famous li't'i
pills are famous becti.se they arc a
tonic ns well as n pill. While they
demise the system tley strengthen
nnd rebuild It by their tonic effect
upon the liver and brwels. Sold by
Good for Children.
Tho pleasant to tako and harmless
One Minute Cough Cue gives Imme
diate relief in all c'-cs of cough,
croup and la grippe because It does
not pass Immediately -nto the stom
a li. but takes effect right at the seat
of the trouble. It draws out the In
ilammat tin, heals and soothes and
un s permanently by enabling the
lungs to contribute pure life-giving
and lire-sustaining oyygen to til 8
Mood and tUsues. On ) Minute Cough
Cure Is pleasant to take and It Is
pin l alii;- for old and young. Sold
by all druggists.
i'.a In lui a are singular fellow? ami
'I Mian led men lead double lives.
Nothing Equal to Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
Bowel Complaints .n Children.
We have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Dlarrhoen Hemody In our
family for years, says Mrs. J. Ii. Cooke
of Nederlandg, Texas. We have glvon
It to all of our children. We have used
other medicines for the game purpose.
but never found anything tonal to
Chamberlain's. If you will use it as
directed It will always cure. For sale
by F. J. Itamsey, Ardmore Drug Co.
W. U. Frame.
Cloves will remove the odor of
high balls, but they refuse to mix
with moth balls.
Cures Coughs and Colds,
Mrs. C. Patterson, Co Lake St., To
peka, Kansas, says: Of all cough
remedieg Ballard's H-Jiehound Syrup
Is my favorite; it hao done and will
do all that Is claimed for it to
speedily cuio all tougua and cold
and- It Is so sweet and pleafcant to tho
Sold by W. 13. Fran.o
Once In a while a man has so much
money that lie feels he can really af-
ford to be honest.
Danners of Pneumonia.
A cold nt this time If neglected Is
Hablo to cause pneumonia which Is
so often fatal, and oven when the pa-
tlent has recovered tho lungs are
weakened, making them peculiarly
susceptible to tho dolopraont of
consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar
will stop tne cough, heal and strengtn
en the lungs and provent pneumonia,
Bonner & Uonner.
Your stenographic work Is properly
done when you place your order with
us. 6-1 m
AKDMonn nusixnss college,
Pneumonia Follows a Cold.
But never follows tho use of Foloy'o
Honey and Tar. It stops tho cough
heals and strengthen- tho lungs and
affords perfect security from an at
tack of pneumonia, lleluse Biibstl
tutes. Bonner & Bonner.
It Is no harm for a man to think
a woman is older than she says, pro
vided he doesn't think it out loud.
Stenogrgaphic work executed neatly
and quickly by tho Ardmoro Business
The Builiiiiip- Ganiaiiil
V. .. ZZ Ml FTTn niorf costis
' ? UtA I I clues worliihi
-7V' Dl 53l Kill Hie Lost ot ui
Never icaes to inll for llrtt -fin-
labor ami timteniil. hs iMter it ,
costi hnii-fs arc beiuir b'lit '
- we employ m.l l.r ' ,
r. 111 our inciory m ti n-t
uinterliil- Auytlmii; tl :i
enters hit" the outside or inhale n!
nuy kind nt a builtliuc can be urn h.j
nnd promt My supplied bv
Ardmore Sash and Door Factory
AUDMORl:, I, T.
THREE POINTS OF
v-c. Hit CUnnU Fpt. mmWrn. ilallf train ervl- I rtarcrn
I lie tvaty r.yCP hi. Lnuin in tin- north, aim Anti.otn mm
'11 In inO-'ulll lIiru'lKll niei'l'lUK I.""' I'lPBlB r riv ' '
Uptwe-'n Kan ,
di.i City Will lie open. .
If a man really loves a woman she
doesn't have to conceal her age
Cough Settled sn Her Lungs.
"My daughter had a terrible cough
which settled on her lungs," says N.
Jackson of Danville, 111. "We tried
great many remedies without re
lief, until we gavo her Foley's Honey
and Tar, which cured her." Itefuso
substitutes. Bonner & Bonner.
woman is nervous until she gets
to the matrimonial altar then Its
the man's turn.
Raw or Inflamed Lungs.
Yield quickly to the wonderful cu
rative ann healing qualities ot Foley's
Honey and Tar. It prevents pneumo
nia and consumption from a hard cold
settling on the lungs. Bouner& Bon
alii will leave Ardmore 6:20 a. m.
Threshers' Association of Wichita,
Wfculta, April 25. 2(5 and 21. Kale
Young Peoples' Christian Union,
United Presbyterian church, St. doe,
Mo., June 2S to July 8. Hate 16.35.
Travelers' Protective Association of
America. Springfield, III., June 5 to
10. Rate $22.70.
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St.
Uuls, Mo., April 15th to Nov. 15th.
Rate season ticket $2S.40. Sixty day
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In tho United States Court for the
Southern District ot the Indian Tor
In tho matter of Emory Burfield,
bankrupt, In bankruptcy. No. B-R-2S.
To the Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judg3
of the district court of the Unite 1
States for the Southorn .district of the
Emery Burflold of Purcell, in the
Southern district of the Indian Terr!
tory. In said district, respectfully rep
resents that on the 20th day of Nov
1903, last past, ho was duly adjudge I
bankrupt under tho acts of cong'O'-s
reTa'tlng to. bankruptcy; that ho has
duly surrendered all his property and
riglits of property, and has fully com
idled with all tho requirements of said
acts and of tho orders of tho court
touching his bankruptcy.
Wlierofore, he prays that ho may
bo decreed by tho court tc have a
full dlschargo from all debts nrnva-
blo against his estate under said
bankrupt acts, except such dobta as
aro excepted by law from such dls
Dite.l this ISth day of April. A. P
I'jU-i. EMERY BURFIELD,
In tho United States court In the
Indian Territory, Southern district
Andrew J. Marsh, plaintiff, vs. Liz
zie W. Marsh, defendant. No. DS70.
Tho defendant, Lizzie W. Marsh, Is
warned to appear In this court In thir
ty days and answer the complaint of
the plaintiff, Andrew J. Marsh.
Witness, Hon. Hosea Townsend,
judge, this 10th day of April, 1901.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clork.
Brown & Marsh, attorneys.
S. H. Butlor, attornoy for non-rosl-dent
First published April 20, 1901.
Southern District of Indian Teriltcry
On this ISth day of April, A. D.
11)01, on reading tho foregolni;- pell
tlon. It is, ordered by tho court that a
hearing bo had upon the samo on 'ho
10th day of May, A. D., 1901, before
said court at Purcell, I. T., In said ills
trlct at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, and
that notice thereof be published In the
Ardmorelte, a newspaper printed In
said district, and that all known credit
ors and other persons In Interest may
appear at said tlrao and place am'
show cause, If any they have, .vhy tho
prayer of said petitioner should not
bo granted. And It Is further ordered
by tho court that tho clerk shall send
by mall to all known creditors ccple
of said petition nnd this order, ad
drcs6el to tbem at their places
resldenco as stated.
Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsend
Judgo of tho said court and tho sco
thereof, at Purcell, I. T In said dls
trlct on tho 18th day of April, 1904.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL,
By T. F GREEN. Deputy.
First published April 21, 1004
Racino Road Wagons.
Tor sale only by Noblo Bros.
Mnbr Klilnrv'i -nd Bladder ftlnbl
iviMin tn ino -.,uui
liair in 1 mi,' l'i .i.-b.
The Short Line
I -' lie lilll) t" I'M il'i'ln.l C
"Katy" Dininfl Stations
: bere .ire
city soil OkUbumii .in,
i-.irly In Feliruarv.
Mi'.iln Vi'. Mtnleritle In Tlr,
'i umirpaMed In uuulID .er 1
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r"TH IS IS THE WAY OF THE WISE."
1 tut 1
to sSuSk.issar'OP lotji ss.
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING)
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C. W. STRAIN, O'vuion P tnc.ni accnt,
W HlTA, KAN.
- t! b'lildliitf,., hotels, low
luL-ul t.K lit ir uUtlreati
ther i.nlms "iilhr irnlnn With 1 mile nf rond irrlil-lronlni?
Ml-"nrl KailKiia, imilan Tern r . iiKinmnnn i u ii'm.im
Kntj ' iilTern oxoeiitloniil iiilvmi'.ik-i'n to tnielfr im.l i-lilpiir
nilhi' 1 outer, mnim. IIIUHtrnt. 1 l.u..k !at Inf-.rm.ii ! -I) w ill
heerfully tie turulslieil by ao K.u'' nKrnt.
"Kntv" to the World's Fun. St. Louis.
I C. O. & G. EXCURSIONS.
' nenii.il Conference A. M , K
Ixague game baseball. Paris vs.1 church. il.l.aKO. III., April 2Mb an.:
ort Worth Sunday. May 1. Foil . to $.': !:..
Worth May 1. Rate ?1..0. Hiw-riai
8ANTA FE EXCURSIONS.
;"ati"iial Prohibition convention. In
illnnarx'llx. lnd., dune 2Cth and Ttli
liuislana Ihirchnse Exposition, Si
Louis. April 16th to Nov. 16th. Him
season ticket $28.10; sixty day $2::. 7";
ten day $19.75.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
I have been subject to sciatic rheu-
1 matlsni for ye?rs, says K. 11. Waldrun
of Wilton Junc.'lon, I..wa. My Joint
j were stiff and sav rao much pain
' and discomfort. My joints would
' crack when I straightened up. I usi d
Chamberlain's Pain Lalm and havi
Ten Uay tickets $19.75. i)een thoroughly cured. Have not bad
Texas Bankers association, El Paso, 1
Texas, May 1st and 2nd. Kate via
Rosenberg $20.20; via Milano, $20.20;
via Ft. Worth, $17.80.
(Jeneral Conference A. M. E. church,
Chicago, 111., April 2Sth and 29th. Rate
National Prohibition convention. In
dianapolis, Ind.A June 26th and 27th.
Southern Baptist convention and
auxiliary societies, Nashville, Tenn.,
May 9, 10 and 11. Rato $24.So.
Independent Order of Odd tellows,
Gainesville, April 25. Rato $i.w.
Oklahoma Sunday School associa
tion, Guthrie, O. T., June 1, 2 and 3.
Second-class settlers' rate to Cali
fornia and intermediate points $25. On
snle March 1 to April 30, 1904.
Annual conclave Knights Tern-
Templar, San Francisco, cai. Rate
$45. Date of sale Aug. 15 to Sept. 10,
General conference Methodist Epis
copal church, Los Angeles, Cal. Date
of sale April 23 to May 1. Rato $45.
National Association of Retail Gro
cers of the United Statos, San Fran-
isco, Cal. Rato S45. Date of sale
April 23 to May 1, 1901.
Seo ticket agent for summer tour
W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Aj.nt.
Fricco Excursion Rates.
General Conference A. M. E. church
Chicago, 111., April 2Sth ami rjtn.
National Prohibition convention, In
dianapllB, lnd., Juno 20th and 27th.
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St.
Louis, Mo., April 15th to Nov. 15th,
Rnto season ticket, $2S.40. Sixty day
$23.70. Ten day $19.75.
G C & S F RY
a pain or acne irom the oiii trouuiu
for many months. It Is certainly a
most wonderful liniment. For sale by
F. J. Ramsey, Ardmore Drug Co., W
Subsi rlbe for the Ardnioreltc.
MEALS 2.j cts.
.uncb at any hour. More t" ent
nml tietter prepared. The ri
mail innn's favorite.
MUST HOOK WEST t'NION l'Y I f T
Put Your Trust
Machinery Worthy Of Confitae
Here nro otne iinplenietist. every farmer
tieetl? nml cerv practical farmer will have
Canton Clipper Plows
Canton Clipper Cultivators. .
Volunteer Walking Cultivators
Victor Riding Cultivators . . .
Success Sulky Plows
Ami i.-Uiiv we K' tuvtijiT let us call
iii'i" m c lui utteiitii.il tu niir lii.c ot Hil
ton Cotton mul Corn Planters N.n far
U Ml! 1 It. .rd to Im witl O'lt tl.illl. He
j.. hi. tu Mint vi- 1 arry cv.-r, tint g m Muril
ware, htove., I5uj;j;ies and Wagons.
Ardmore and Marietta
THE BRICK LIVERY BARN
Tishomingo, I. T.
Itecular Daily Line of Ilnfks
between Tishomintro anil Kiiviu.
'Phone No. 70.
J. M. VESTAL, Prop.
Cures Go!ria? Prevents Pneumonia
Dally Tourist Sleepers
To Cnllfornla, nUo to St. Louis with
out change via tho Texas and Pnclflo
railway. Ask an ticket aBent about
this new service, or write E. P. Tur
ner, general passenger agent, Dallas,
In tlie United States Commlsloner's
Court In tho Indian Territory, South
Freeman Ilros'. Mercantile company,
plaintiff, vs. J. H. Harris, defendant.
Tho defendant, J. 11. Harris, Is warn
ed to appear In this court In thirty
days nnd answer the compallnt of the j
plalntm, rreeman ros-. .Morcnnuio
Witness, T. N. Itobnott, United
States .-ominlntloner, this 13th day of
I April. 1901. T. X. HOBNKTT,
(Seal.) U. S. Commissioner.
MEN AND WOMEN.
IV "lit n fur unniiurtl
il1 tlr d.lun.initnutl'.iji.
Irriutlbriii ur ukor.itloLi
of mucuim nnuitimnei
I'aliili-i.. anl uot aitrlo-
k'l ut r r'j;...uiu.
Nil lil by ltruEU-UI.,
or icn' In ila.li wrntftt,
liy isp. un. r'filil. for
l nu .r M'ttlnll'.,S.
(- iicuiui f at mi reaumL
Anrone trnillnz a .kplrh nnd drirrlMInn mil
quickly niceriain our oixnion iree wdfi
innllnn li Drnbablr nntftntahln. Conin
itoni iiriciiTronnaeuiiai. riAnuDUUa tin i aif-uu
vntfre. (Hdeat naencj fur lecnnnr I'atenli.
I'atcntt taken tUrouiib Huim A Co. rectlre
lynUxi rwtlcr, without cbarie, la tb
A handinmelr IMuitralM ff klr. I.artnt rlr.
. Jatlon of anr arlentlBr lournal. Ternia, 1 1 a
inn four rnontbi, tl. Bold brull newdfalr.
MUNN&Co.30'8"-1 New York
branch Office, ni V HU Waililligton. 1). C
Pnoumonla follow La arlpps
but navar follows the uea af
nit'l STATION WORK for RAILWAY
SERVICE. We will ttacli you
and RiiiM si) Ti iTio.t If situa
tion l n t dhIkiici! you.
1 "r iuii varnruiara nuurtu t ....
Dallas telegraph collece, attorney for non-resident
Dallas, Ta. I First published April H, 1901.
.1. C. Thompson, ttorney.
Will D. Totter ii hereby appointed
It itopi th Cofh and heili th lanf.
' Prtvanti PntnmonU ind ConiorapUoa.
U. a, Tiam, ( tit Otcool St., Calitr,
nltMi "U; wit h.l lagrlpp. anillUfla.r
wlta rtrr 4 tooih ea bcr lean waiak
ffPLDi'i Bom ubIii tturtd eoiUUl.
Sold nt T N. Cole man Drug Stcre
Thnt is worth ft great tlenl in tlio
comfort and health it gives is within
your reach ot a tnodorate cost. Let
us Rive you an estimate on an up-to-date
bath room equipment open
plutnbinc porcelain or enatnled tub
and perfect sanitary connections.
Our prices are lov est for high cluss
iliy Coleman Plumbing Co.,
Telephone No, 135.
UOOKS SOUTH OP POSTOFFICE.
OrE . WAY. COLONIST . TICKETS. OVIiM . THE
Tourist Sleeper livery
Tuesday. Meals Served
at the World Famous
Santa l-e Eating Mouses
Oil Sprinkled Trnck-n
Uustless Kldc Across
FOR ONLY $25.00.
Any Santi I t Ailcnt ill dhr ( nil I'irtlcul.r.
W. S. KEENAN, fl. ! a . OALVfMU, 7C.X.
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