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A Sad Death.
Hlltle I'mvell. a yminn rrnn frotn
Wnpanurka, charre"! witn scIMiik
whisky. lt Krlilny In 1 lie Atoka
Jail of mt'Sfifi. Hln father lad e-
c tired a bond for hi rolea?o on the
Jay of hli death. We are told tMat
tho boy waa given but little attention
at Atokn. The remalm were brought
here Saturday and Imrl-u Sunday
roornltiK In the city cemetery. Th
jmre'nti of the decerned are botli ol'l
pecple and are highly respect od clil
lens who hnvo tho deep sympathy of
our people. Wapnnucka Press.
A iigro deputy United States mar
shal on the streets with a six-shooter
strapped on the outside of his cloth
Inp Is one ot court Incidents. As
ItepnMlrans bomt of always appoln"
log their best men to cttlee, what in
Icretice are we to draw from this?
Pauls Valley Bnterprlse.
Every thought cf palntins h
make you think of our stock of all
kinds of paints and paint supplies
and the fair prices we ask for them.
1". J. Ramsey.
A Continual Strain.
Man nit n utid vw : .1 uie 0.1 an.
ly subject! I i' what tin - 1 o.iun'inlv
term "a continual Mrnln" because of
some financial or fnmlly tumble. It
wears and distresses them both men
tally and physically, Pffortln their
nerve badly and brltialns; on liver
and kidney ailments with the attend
ant evil of constipation, loss of ap
Iretite, sleeplessness icw vitality and
cespondency. They cannot, as a rule,
Knt rid of this "continual strain." but
they can remedy Its health-destroying
effects by tukliiR frequent doses of
Oreen's August Klowor. It tones up
the liver, stimulates the kidneys, In
sures healthy bodily functions, give
vim and spirit to one's whole being,
and eventually dispels tho physb al
or mentnl distress caused by "contin
ual strain." Trial bottle of AuRn-t
Mower 25 rents; recuiar 7"
cent. At City DniK Store.
The Buildinc Demand
Never ti to mil foi fn-t t'
labor aijil muii-nnl. n lu-tli v 111
niorr cotl Imu-i's are l.i-iuh' lull'
J o iiifi't U. we 1'iiipifiy otily t rut
i'Iiihs workmen in our factory tnul ust
tlit' best ot material. Atiythn( 1 1. tit
enters into the outside or niBide vi
..i i...:i.k. 1... ... ,.i.i.
ntid prom j tly supplied bv
Aramore msi. ana uoor i-aciory
AKDMOKl:, I. T.
The houses of the Coreans arcpoor
ly constructed of wcod and clay,
thatched with straw. There are no
chairs anil the people squat upon the
ground. Tim general poverty of the
people Is marked.
Best Coufjh Medicine for Children.
When you buy a couch medicine for
mall children you want ono la which
you can olnco Implicit confidence. You
want ono thnt not only relieves but
cures. Von want ono that Is unques
tionably harmless. Yo-i want one that
Is pleasant to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Itomedy meets
all of these conditions. There Is noth
ing so good for tho ccogbs am) colds
Incident to childhood. It Is also a cer
tain preventive and cure for croup,
and there Is no danger whatever from
whooping cough when it is given. It
has been used in tnan epidemics of
tl at disease with perfect success. Fcr
tale by IA J. Itamsey. Ardmore Drug
Co., V. B. Frame.
The following are the prevaillm
prices paid for produce today:
Hay 25c per bale.
llu:v .121,4c to 2'V.
(Uy William Newman.)
Ducks Per dozen. I2.C0.
Turkeys Grots Cc.
Hens Per dozen $2.r,n.
Frying Chickens $2.50g 3.00.
Kggs Per dozen 11 'ic.
Green hides 4 to 6c.
Dry Hides S6 lie
(By Cold Storage Market.)
at cows (gross) $2.2o33.00
Fat calves :U'05 00
Fat hogs (gross) ?4.00tT4.12
Beatrice Fairfax says Intcxlcation
amoiig women is growing. Boys, it's
time for us to declare "the lips thnt
touch liquor shall never touch mine.
Cough Settled on Her Lungs.
"My daughter had a terrible cough
which settled on her lungs," says X.
Jackson of Danville, 111. "We tried
great many remedies without re
lief, until we gave her Foley's Honey
and Tar, which cured her." Kofuse
substitutes. Bonner & Bonner.
The Good of Medicine.
People Insisting thai medicine does
no good,- have one stubborn fact to
contend with, that 18 'he people who
believe aro greatly in the majority.
We have been so fortunate during tho
past twenty years as ti convince thou
sands of sufferers witn weal:, watery
blood, who had all the symptoms of
a general breaking diwu of tho sys
tern, thnt ono medlcln" at lediii does
good. Nervous and u isteady people,
weak, lleshloss people, pimply, pale
r sallow people cni bavo strong
steady nerves and so!M healthy flesh
by the use of Dr. Gnr.'s Blood and
Nerve Tonic. A tablet io take at meal
time, it turns tho foil you vj.' into
rich, red blood, makl.ig solid flesh
at the rate of 1 to 3 ponds per week.
Sold by all druggists for 75c per box
or 2 boxes for $2. This medicine
saves doctors' bills and Insures
health, giving the very I est treatment
possible For sale by w. u. frame
A young bachelor married last week
writes: "Married life Isn't so' bad
after nil, is It?" That Is what we
call snan judgment. Now let us hear
fiom tho baldheads.
A Severe Cold for Three Months.
The following letter from N. J
Nusbaum of Batesvillo, Ind., tells Its
own story: "1 suffered for three
months with a sovere cold. A druggist
nrenared mo some medicine and
physician prescribed for ine, yet I did
not Imnrove. I then tried Foley's
Honey and Tar and eight doses cured
me." Refuse substitutes, uonnor a:
In tho United States Commlslonor's
Court In tho Indian Territory, South
Freeman Bros'. Mercantile company
plaintiff, vs. .1. B. Harris, defendant
The defendant, J. B. Harris, Is warn
ed to appear in this court In thirty
days and answer the compallnt of the
plaintiff. Freeman Bros'. Mercantile
Witness, T. N. nobnett, United
States commissioner, this 13th day of
April, 1904. T. N. IIOBNETT,
(Senl.) U. S. Commissioner.
J. C. Thompson, attorney.
Will D. Potter Is heroby appointed
attorney for non-resident.
First publishod April 14, 1904.
THREE POINTS OF
The "Kaiy Flyer" JM???"
a in thi1 - .uii 'l up '! sierpuiK Car-
'.iiir I irs it.-! 11, (
The Short Line T,Vn KBD
I w I lie Hue l'i t fcli.ln 111. 1 I it ill lie cipvln
"Katy" Dining Stations 1
tally train erTlcti hetKi en
ii' nnrtn. sma abiodio -nni
-vena far as Mtxluu i it
"THIS IS THE WAY OF THE WISE."
to 2S3L3CW3r JLsOTJI
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING I
rale. j. iia.ii i.iTviw. i . . A i i
C. W. STRAIN, d vi-jion pjf.stni.tii Acint,
W'l HiTA, KAN
i tho iHiiMiiitra, tiotela, low
.ii uioiit or uUUruua
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the United States Court for tho
Southern District o' the Indian Territory.
In the matter of Emory Burfleld,
bankrupt, In bankruptcy. No. B-H-2S.
To tho .Hon. Hosea Townsend, ludgJ
of tho district court of the Unite!
States for the Southern (Mstr'ct of the
Emery BurnVld of Purcell, in the
Southern district of tho Indian Terri
tory, In said district, respectfully rep
resents that on tho 20th day of Nov
1903, last past, he was duly adjitdsel
bankrupt under tho acts cf cong'e-s
relating to bankruptcy; that ho has
duly surrendered nil his property and
rights of property, and has fully com
plied with all tho requirements of said
acts and of the orders of tho court
touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore, he prays that he may
be decreed by the court tc have a
full dlschargo from all debts urova
bio against his estate under said
bankrupt acts, except such debts an
are excepted by law from such dls
Dited this ISth day of April. A. D
In tho United States court in the
Indian Territory, Southern district.
Androw J. Marsh, plaintiff, vs. Liz
zio W. Marsh, dofendant. No. 5S70.
Tho dofendant, I.lzzle W. Marsh, Is
warned lo appear In this court Jn thir
ty days and answer the complaint of
tho plnlntift, Andrew J. Marsh.
Witnow, Hon. Hosea Townsend,
judge, this 19th day ot April, 1901.
(Soal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerl;.
Brown & Marsh, attorneys.
S. H. Butler, attorney fcr n inci
dent. F.r-t pu' tl-hM p:H 2". l'l
Southern District of Indian Teriltcry,
On this 18th day of April, A. D,
1904, on roadlng tho foregohg put I
tion, it is ordered by the court that a
hearing bo had upon the same on 'ho
10th day of May, A. D., 1901. before
said court at Purcell, I. T., in said dis
trict at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, nnd
that notice thereof bo published In tiio
Ardmoroite, a newspaper printed In
said district, and thnt all known credit
ors and other persons in Interest may
appear at Laid timo and place and
show cause, if nny they have, .vny tho
prayer of said petitioner should not
be grantod. And it Is further ordered
by tho court that tho clerl; shall send
by mail to all known creditors ccple.i
of said Dotltlon and this order, ad
dressed to them at their places
residence as stated.
Witness the Hon. Hosea Tonc
Judge of tho said court and tho 3eV
thereof, at Purcell, I. T., in said dls
trlct on the ISth day of April, 1904.
(Seal) C. CAMPBELL,
By T. F. GREEN, Deputy.
First published April 21, 1904
The Success sulky plow Is the farm
er's tried and true friend. Sold by
J B. SPRAOINS & CO.
Iflnbn Klilnnvn end Bladder nipht
ItuTf ari'ntlirr i.nlnt--iitli t train With -
Ml Min.rri kaii" is Tri'lliin Torn-
I i i k iiy fterx eii pMouil niln.
P, -T n.iki- V l.li-rp. raniiu. Illuntrai
Oo 1 i t-i . LTf-jilx bt uruiHlu-il lij- nm
"Kut" to the World's Ka-
t Ity and Oklahnnin .in
i iirly in February-
il v'l-. Mixleriit In rrti i
-uri'-naed In iOHllf .-r ir
inline iif riKlit tfrlil-lr.-lilii);
V I 'KlHt. '-llll n-i Ti- I- I!
ik''-- to I r.i r imil --lii i i
I k m-1 I uf -nil. in- n a
BANTA FE EXCURSIONS.
j C. O. S. G. EXCURSIONS.
I Natr nai Prohibition con ntlon
Wll'l1 illanai' Ind., June 2t'.th and r?ti
Date Rate f.'7.10.
i Louisiana Itirchase ISxpoi-ltinn. s
Louis, April 15th to Nov. r.'h. K.r
setiion tic ket $28.10; sixty day
ten day 119.75.
HEALTH IS YOUTH.
ease. It cures cons'ii:atlon. iiilu
ness, dyspejisla, fever ikln. lh-inn!
kidney complaints. I pitrlfii- 1!..
blood and clears the c.mplexltm Mr-
D. W. Smith, Whitnev. Texas, wiitr
April 3. 1902: I have used Heil ini
:nd find it the best medicine lor m n
sllpatlcn and liver trv bles. It d
al' you claim for it. 1 ran highly
rec.ui inoim it. COcts a bottb-.
So!-l by W. B. Fratre.
to sell at William-
Indian Buffalo Chase and
West Exhibition at Bliss, O. T.
ol sale May S. Kate $0.
General Assembly Cumberland Pres
byterian Church. lalla"s, Texas. Date
cf Bale May 10 to 20. Rate $5.20.
Chautauqua Assemply, Kingfisher,
T., date of sale June 1 to 11; rate,
' n i el.l
Kingfisher, O. T., date of Mle. May. erb!n Mon evei. m9ollll,, i
to 20; rate, $5.5". ;aecount u. fore breakfast, will keep yon in r-
A u. uust tx-aitu, fit you to ward o:i i l-
lmperlal Council Nobles of the Mys
tic Shrine, Atlantic City, N. J., date
of hale, July 0 and 1"; rate, $12.
Annual meeting German Baptist
Presbyterian church, Carthage, Mo.,
date of sale May IS to 21; rate 5S.S..
Young Peoples' Christian Union,
United Presbyterian church, St. Joe,
Mo., June 20 to July 3. Rate 1G.35.
Travelers' Protective Association of
America, Springileld, 111., June 5 to
10. Rate $22.70.
Louisiana Purchase Exposition. St.
Louis, Mo., April 15th to Nov. lth.
Rate season ticket $2S.40. Sixty day
ticket $23.70. Ten iay tickets $10.73.
Texas Bankers association, El Paso,
Texas, May 1st and 2nd. Rnte via
Rosenberg $20.20; via Milano, $20.20;
via Ft. Worth, $17.85.
National Prohibition convention, In
dianapolis, Ind., Juno 20th nnd 27th.
Southern Baptist convention and
auxiliary societies, Nashville, Tenn.,
May 9, 10 and 11. Rato $24.S5.
Oklahoma Sunday School associa
tion, Guthrie, O. T., Juno 1, 2 and 3.
Annual conclave Knight p Tern-
Templar, San Francisco, Cal. Rate
$45. Date of sa'e Aug. 15 to Sept. 10,
W. A. DASH1ELL, Ticket Aunt
Ref i Iterators
Corhv & Go's.
Frisco Excursion Rates.
National Prohibition convention. In
dlanaplls, Ind., Juno 2Cth and 27th.
Louisiana Purchaso Exposition, St
Lcuis, Mo., April loth to Nov. 15th,
Rato season ticket, $28.40. Sixty day
$23.70. Ten day $19.75.
G C & S F HY
Put your Trust
Machinery Worthy Of Confide: ce
llt-rp are t-oinn uupleuieii'-f , tvery i inner
iirfds nml everv prw tu-nl fanner will have
Canton Clipper Plows
Canton Clipper Cultivators. .
Volunteer Walking Cultivators
Victor Riding Cultivators.. .
Success Sulky Plows . . . . .
Atol Ii flll'l- Wl' J
it), turtlji r li t u c-iil
ii i-.-i -i n i iiumiMi n 'c mir iihf ol Clin
ton Cotton aiul Corn IMnntcrs. .M tar
ii i i inn ulYciiil to b-" witLo ir tin in U
tiiHiniir 'hut we i-iirry wr. In i k in ''aril
ware, Stoves, Busies ami Wagons.
Ardmore and Marietta
.MBALS 2.j cts.
Lunch nt any Lour. Mure to cat
and Letter prepared. Tlie rull
loai man's favorite.
KI1IST IiUOIt WEST I'SIC.N I'tlt.T
THE BRICK LIVERY BARN
Tishominfro, I. T.
Hesular Daily Liue cf Uaekp
between Tishominuo and Hnvia.
M'honc N'o. 70,
J. M. VESTAL, Prop.
Cures Colds) PrnvenU Hncumonla
ally Tourist Sleepers
To California, also to St. Louis with
out change via the Texas anil Pacific
railway. Ask nny ticket aijent nlic,i
this now service, or write E. P. Tur
nor, general pnssongor agent, Dallas, .
I fTftlTHEEvmCHEV Cll Co
MEN AND WOMEN.
tfe 4i tot 1111 iiutunl
& tirfi iDf1riiimrj,,rif.
hr.L4tlc,LB or u! eratr,iii
cf piutous tncif.braLit
F4KiM. in l no 1 uttrtb
i -lit r p" tibi ,
.Sold Uy IlruusUU,
or j urrapf r
t; i - ireri tl, ttt
' r f Hint
' I oil
TALK IS CHEAP!
But It takci bargains to make amnn turn money loose at thin 1 1 1110
Well I Guess.
1 have one of the largest and most complcto Blocks of Harness anil
Saddlery that you find In a town tho bIzo of Ardmore.
Coming to you from and havli: g been connected with one of tho
largest wholoiale homes In tho South, I am In a position to give you
Home of the beit values for the money you havo evor had offered.
I have Bucceodod In getting the agency for ono of tho best linos of
Uugglet. that are told in the South. Having douo builnoes In both
(i wholesale and retail way with them, I will bo onablod to glvo you
yi nr money's worth In a vehicle of any style. Glvo ub a trial.
Wo are In n position to do your btin
ographle work on short notice. C-lm
AltDMOnn BUSINESS COLLEGE
Pneumonia Follows a Cold.
But never follows the uso of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It stops the cough,
heals and strengthen' the lunes and
affords perfect security from an at-1 ''iouttiw,iathe
tack of pneumonia. Iletuse substf
tutes. Bonner & Bonner.
Anyone irndlnz it ultctc-ii mid rieicrlpllnn my
qulcklf airerlHln cmr oiImIjiii free whellirr ah
inTentlon in irfit)blr iintPtitKhle. t 'iiiiruuitira.
iioiiinricilri'iiniiJoiiiUl. HANDBOOK " I'utmtt
Pitt free. (IMoit aueucj fur -curinir putrnli.
,'Mrnti taken tbrouiita Muun dt Cj. re cItc
Subscribe for tho Ardnioreito.
nml STATION WORK for RAILWAY
SERVICE. We will ten. Ii you
r,.i Wlv thrniiKlily.praittcary,
ni'.ll Hl.l Nl TllTIUM if Jitua.
U' 11 U iK.t nslKiieil yni.
1 Tfuliai . ulari atlJre
Vrtf, DALLAS TELEGRAPH COLLEGE.
Its A Callat, Ttias.
GOING TO THE
- Of oiiurfo ItH tho Worlcl'H Knlr. the
I.iiUUIann I'urchaav Ksiicibltlon, at
hi LciulH. Atiill Hill in November .1
tliM year To tticiao who live alnnit of
near the line of tho KMy Hymein in
Indian. Territory. Orilalioran nml Tuv
h h. a fiit ami comfortHlilu way In open
'pi u!lier Mini will come to t-t Louis,
a hint i ilroieil ulioutilie c-h.inni of
a whirl ih ouish "th territory" nn'l
into Texim or even to Mexico quaint
l ornuy Infurmatlon ileilinl. , write
fl E Ollfl i: MORTIS
O. I'. AT. A.. U If. i. 1
1 A rmndiomelf HIuvtratM weekly, I nrireat rlr
t ; MUm uf miT m'lentltl JoiiriiHl. 'J'rru a I o
fr.ri four months, L bold by alt newdp:!iT,
'iiiii n n i r.
Urancli OIHcu. CSt V VU WaiblcalLii, I). C
Pneumonia follow La arlpp
but nvr fallows thct ma f
Ititopi th Conch and beali tbt lnja.
PravanU Fnanmonli and ConiampUe.
Ua. a. Tionn, el 111 Oiroo4 St CkJeic,
vrltui "Uj wife had ia filppi and II lrt 111
irllh verr kad aontb on btr loan klaai
roLai's Hoai jUir Tab etued eaaiUUlr,"
J. C. PREDDY
"White Horse Saddlery"
205 W. Main
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