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O OHIO TREE.
nt Thl. i.ri in Miiimirr H'n the aur ul I.. Il.--lriirll... j Jjr. nlct ti n by Whit' ' iiU hi l!i!o l I. Ii. ..I t. hare bfii -norinoie. wi n n t more prop. rlj fcntt iiwhhI. .ii h in uin.t Moow nll- ti.-lili Scioto con. ty r'li iM.fioui 1.11,'ls of the hc.oto i ,-. , ... .r'Hj.-ioii In bulk that as i .tx hi" it w.it described In lb i nii.it: aiiuiiiiik a one of tii nntu- I nond-r- of Ohio In -Inna. 1P0H. ,ic CMtltiii; t" v Lit veins ri-li.ihlr ti'tl .Mtotif. n ii". of i f j tri iMTNotiv all 4 bornehti K. rod" Intn th hollow tnmk wf i hi m .mior ami found that jffora enough r"Builii.wl for two more ' home and their i ldcr. The trti rarkMt nlioirt la hi f-t from th Ktwtnd, ami It n hollow whn first mn by tht wliit- sutth-r. 1h circuui funmrt of the trunk was about slity iitrm fwt at the has, and tlve fwt (mm Hit- earth it waa forty-two f-H In KirlU. Tin-' figure remind th rehr of the famous hie trerw of Ciillfornla TUn iipenlni: into the cavity within the trimk wa ten fet wide at the bottom, nlni and a half fwt lileli. and tb- hol low was about fourteen fi-t In dlaintt- tlT. 11m account whb-h linn Iteen pre rvwl of the fate of thl I'liorinotu tree In very old. It In rlalmed that the si vnt button worid wax kit unlnjun-d as ii srent rnrioalty until the farm on which It Ntood waa lined as u stock fcttiu by ou Thomas liueaii. This .tlocfk ItreerbT lurm-d Meters I valuable tiullh Into Die Held wheru the liuu Mood, and two of them fought In able itx trunk. In that .unall spare for ji bull rliin the victor waa able to pre- 'ivnt the en-upe of hi rival, and the n-wiVer whs killed. Thl affair c n vlmiil IiiiKun that the largest tree In Ohio wan m memi'-e to hi -stock, und be rut It down, t.nter hoits kept III the raini' field were attHrkiil by rliolern, mid. the oivuer reiioiied that their Imb U.uf 1ylns hiMlde Hid hollow mump whr for their houlth, und so bo. had the slump removed, it mny well bo dotitit- ul tvhftther any other Immense tree -. eror dMtroytnl becuusu of ii flight .Jiutwuun two ImlU - Clovi'liunl Lender. -. Of Interest to Sick People. Wo Junvu all aympnthy In tho world iip 3lck people, and want to treat thnra In n aerlims way. There Is no iiunior J ii pnlu and nllllrtlon. but hunt f;irnowl fuct. It la lmKiUile for tho patltmL to liuprean on othora the ex tent of. aulTorliiK they endure, nnd Hhirtr anxiety for roller. To net well ttr ha rellevHil la their one thought. any romody that will liriun thla hIhuii Ima Lhulr uvorlnatliiR gratitude. We hare tbiriiaanda of lettera from people wbri have had dyapepala. atrk head and bllloua atiarka. who tell ua turn thankful they were for having wt rr. Uunn'H Improved Uver IMIla "13hv are sold at all drug stores for 3b. j,er box Only one for a dose. Ttocm- pill remove the cause of dla sipM an i make the nkln r-lcar and u "' - 1(v?lng. l'or Bale by W. B. V i I'l'iiKKlSt. pans jla hair In the , . , . , . . . i ' ,ae la apt to hl.lo under the IksI -klle hU wife goes down stairs to In- lBTVlew burglars. 'Sure Cure for Piles, itching Pile produce moisture and ae Itching, thl form, a well as lUlud. lMeodlng or Protruding Pile jiru cared by Dr. Ho-san-ko Pile Hem 4ly. Stops itching and bleeding. Ab wrlta tumor. 60c a Jr at druggist, or aent by mail. Treatise free. Write im about your rase. Dr. Bosnnk , rhllailelphln. P.mn. For salo by W It I'm me. Druggist. Ut lake a Birenuous wife to lm aelf-concelt out of a man. ynnl r r l or a blo all their day, for. no mntter how lt)ley' Kidney Cure will cure all XK, wy may cet, they will find oth .llaoiisea arising from disordered kid-1 ,.rH stlll blsber The envious poron jiuy or bladder. Runner ifc llonner : ,.v,.r satlstlol nnd never can be. To wake hay rat t:d work eitsy Kvl duo of those high wheel, ball liorlnK, new-four McCormlrk ntnw rs. Sold by Ulveni, Corhu & Fren Happy I the tnnn who work pro--rldod ho dooan't work the wrong Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Ciiamlieru; CoUc. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Per ilous a Life Saved. A Khun time ago I was taken with ft violent all nil; of diarrhoea and bo Wove I would liae died if I had not gotten relief " say John J. Pulton, n hading citizen of Pntton. Ala. "A ftrtrnd reoimmende,! Chamberlain's Culic. Cholera and Diarrhoea temcdy I bonifi r iwenty-nv- cent bottle and ttfXt i 'in; ihree done of It was en tJfHy i'iu.,1 I consider It tho bc.it nstnedy In the wot Id fir bowel com QlalnU. For i-'Ble by P. J. Ramsey. Ardmore Drug Co,, W. B. Frame. UTilte Mountain lee cream rreescr i-educed price. HfATiNS. CORHN & FBENSLEV. A womans idea of economy is to I'm lie ome old things atie need for uH$o now thing that she lias no tiae Sure Cure for Piles, I telling piles produco moisture nnd ma itching; thl form, ua well as tim blind, bleeding or protruding pile ur cured liy Dr. IV-san-ko' Pile Hoin tAf. Stops itching and bleeding. Ab i : - mnr. boc a Jar at druRgit T-atl?e free. AVni' aan aiHint your case D-' Bonannko llilln I' i .. -.i'e b V I! F'.i". lroi.M WATER CLOCS. " urlii 1.1111 lnli-iimnt I liHt Ar I I" "br ..Tl. A I,. 'Ii wnultli ill tlx- j!iar Is l culnird alni'wt efHir. iy l..v the fcllmbtr of ".ii"l or pu'.ui tr- whlrh bt owns "! by ' niiioiint or w.iH-r to which '' I1 entitled Water In th desert U so m an? Mini i in- owueronip ui it is iuot b-alouaty gnard'-d In "A Search Tor the Maaked Tuwareki" the author ay that In buini( a pnlm vrott It Ii alwnya neceiiiry to utipulate for so many o'a er duy or week. A aa'a, liter, illy "an hour." Ii the amount of water which will dow in an hour through an opening the width of u man' flat in the aide of a aegta. TI.e main aeglat, or channel, at) a rule follow the soad or the oatd. forming a tort of rtltrh at the aide. A regular time table la kept, allowing the boura at which the nwuer uf the dif ferent plantations are entitled to draw water The time Is meanured by a very curb oui little water clock, cotmletlnk' of a metal cup, made uauaily uf lirnM or ci ; er, with a small hole pierced In the bottom. At the commencement of each hour tuli I placed In a Imnln of water The water gradually runs through the bole until at the expiration of the hour the cup ninka to the bottom of the Imtlri It l then taken out, emptied and "-t attain to measura off the next aa'a. and so the proceaa is continued throughout the twenty-four bourn Thin Instrument Is usually Vept In the villain mo-ii(ue. In order to pre vent all Inlerfert-iK with It a watch man l set over it, who notlflei the ex- nlratlon of oach hour from the minaret of the mrM.u. I At the end of the sa'a the opening In the side or the segiji tlirotixb which the wut-r ilowi. in riuM-d with i-hiy. and the water U cut ofT and allowed to flow down the main chkiiiiel to the Dent plutitatlon. THE VHITE HOUSE. Prsalilrnt SlatlUou Pnrt In Thru .KiuiiiU Ihr Rieniflv Mnnalnia, Just how the White Mouse came to be ao dlgmited la n question on which btiitorlp.'is differ A local historian In Washington thinks that the burden of proor tetidH to give credit for tho name to President Madison. The Ntriieture was made or Potomac river freestone, nad the cnpltol proper was built of the same atone. At the time the llritlsh burned the executive iiiiinslon they did a lot of other dum uge, nnd the country wua pressed for money to repair the same. Tho walla of the mansion were only slightly dam aged, oilier than being blackened by huioUo. Money wna scarce, and con KriMH made an appropriation to hnvo the outtdde of the h'oUHe pnlnted. White was selected ua the In-st color. Madison Jn n ,.tl(.r to pernnn I friend wmtu: "Conn1 In nnd see me et nuy time. You Will nlwav tWiil i.ie in ut the White House " The exeiiitlve unitiMini may hnre lw-en called the White House beforo that time, but Ibis Investigator any that lie Iiiim never been able to find any I I r I, tf Ar...ll.... ,lt.t nilt I.-fflll Ul II. Ii kllUIOUII IIMI IIUL llll- a( U(p chrsnlR It ms l)POI, Pro,tcHr atntitl by the litatorlnn that by took 11 prominent part In pub lishing tho fact that the White House wn to be the nau.e of the mansion. Up to the time of President Mndlaon the executive inauxiuii. which Is the legal name for It. was generally spo ken of as the priMldint's house, but since thiMi It ban been known by Its permanent name of White lloiibc. Ilou't Mi l!lM lutia. The men 01 women who envy thoio who happen to be able to druas well nrnl fn nrilm th nlpM rill riM uf life n little more than those who nre compel. I,., . I I'll lJ "l I . UllllllHMIIJ ..III l.ll.T. I..- I Take the Hiieeessful men of the city. an, you wui nml thnt the majority of them beenn but whore voti did. Then why lire you not In ijunlly good cir cumstances? If yon ran n race with n man and lost It. you would hardly blame your failure on the race course. You htnrted oven nnd ran together, and you lout beeiiuso you couldn't run as fust us be or lacked the power of en durance. So your failure In the race of life !.s no due to the track, but to your bo . ability as a runner Sriim on tin Wilier. It bus been obsencd Unit Immediate- 'J' preceuing storms an uiiumiki niiu.u.u of scum appears on the surface oi ponds, and In London Nature n plnusl- blo explanation or thli phenomenon attrlbu.es it to rbane In barometric pressure It is suggested that the r-eiim format ion Ik due to the rise of marsh kmsk from Hie ouse nt the bot tom of lKHids following a siulilen full In the bareiiieter. prcnuKlng weather Change, the gas carrying along With It hoiiif of tl'i solid tinner of the ooze, thus foriiilnw Hie mi ua.. A I'riit-tlriil leiv. "He's nothing but a hypivrlte. Isn't It dlHgiiktlii:; for u man to uso Ills ro Ilglon ns it cloak?" "Yes, nnd. what's more, It's foolish, for religion such as his Is necessarily so flimsy that he's liable to catch cold 111 It." -Exchange. Sill lllinaelf. 'Honest, now, Jones, did you tee ii burglar In your room when you called tho police?" .-so. si wuo imu simiwi tue mir - ror ln my room, and I tlldn t know It. -Detroit l ree I rr. Ink will not corrode pens If a bit of old iron dinllii or tneks will doi is kept iu the l"ttle. C-, R. I- t P. Exeursisns. . ..'ii' r '-i.-i-i ra .i M -'a;ine, Ark, July 'J to Sept. 3". Ro'e 9.05. National encampment 0. A. R Boa ton, Aug. 12. 13 and 14. ?41.75. Ball game, Tishomingo, July 86. Rate II. Train will leave ArJmore I a. m. Returning leava Tishomingo 7:30 p. m. Children under 12 year of age half price. To Xorthern Michigan, Wlconsln and Xortfiern Illtnoia at one fare pint 12 for the round trip. Date of aalea, June 1 to Sept 30. final limit Oct. SO. Ticket good for 15 days at rate of one fare, plus SO centa for round trip. Summer Tourist rates to Eureka Springs. Ark. Date of sale on Wednesdays ai.J Saturdays of June, July and August, limited 30 days from date of sale. Rate 112.30 round trip. Summer tuurist rates to Hot Springs. Ark., and return. Date of sale, each Wednesday and Saturday during June. July and August. Rate, 13.45 Illennlal Encampment Knights of Pythias, Louisville. Ky August 12 to IS. Rate S26.96. Iulslana lurchase Exposition, St. Iuls, April 15th to Nor. lDtb. Rate season ticket (28.40; sixty day 23.70; 15 day H0.7S. W. A. DASHIELL- Ticket Agent J. C. Preddy makes a specialty of handsome buggy harness. 5 Althcsigh water isn't Intoxicating U makes barrels tight. Patent Medicines. A man that comiounds or Invents :niolhlng that Is Just a llttlo better than the next host thing, is certainly entltlel bj tho host sharoof the profits to be derived from tho salo of the ar ticle. So ho patents or copyrights to protects his Interests. Patented goods are good goods, poor goods aro novor patented. Wo have 20 years of trial behind us to give us tho assurance that we havo tho host medicine com pounded for tho cure of dyspepsia, sick headache, biliousness, Indiges tion and all stomaca disordor3. Wo protect the public as well as our solves by keeping tho formula secret, as long as we make It wo know It Is made right and It cures these diseas es. Druggists tell us that It Is the one medicine that the sale Is over on the increase. To get tho host reme dy for dyspepsia or indigestion ask the druggist for Dr. Gunns' Improved Uer Pills, price 25c per Wi.v, enly one for n dose. For sal by W. H. Frame, druggist. If a man Is tongue-tied he can nev er hope to become a pugilist. A Physician Healed. I)r Geo. Ewinrf, a practicing physi cian of Smith's Grove. Ky., fi r over t.ilrty years, wrltts Mb pentonal ex prrlence with Foley'j Kidney Cure: "For years I had been greatly bother ed with kidney and bladder trouble nnd enlarged prostrate gland. I used ewrythlng known to the profession unborn relief, until i commenced to iixu Foley's Kidney Cure. After tak ing three bottles I was entirely re lieved and cured. I prescribe If now dally In my practice and heartily re fommond Its use to nil physlclnns for such troubles. I have prescribed it in .iiindreds of cases with perfect suc cess, lluinor & Bonner. A ge4)Uemnn is a man who agrees wita you; a crank is cne who doosn't. Foley's Kidney Cure WJ iro Hrlghfa Disease, ; Will euro Diabetes. Will euro Stone In lilnd.Ier. Will cure Kidney and Itladder Dis- eases. Ronner & Ucnner. Any stylo buggy, from a run-about to a handsome su.-roy, for just a llttlo less than others sell them. NOBLE I1ROS. Taken With Cramps. Wm. Klrmse. a mombor of the bridge gang working near Llttleport. was taken suddenly 111 Thursday night with crnmps and a kind of chol era His case was s- severe that ho had to have th members of the crew wait upon him and Mr. Glftord was callei and consulted He told them he had a medicine in the lorm of , Chamberlain's Colic, Lnok-ra nnd Di arrhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses were administered with : Ithe tesult that the fellow was. able to - aexl A&y Tht Inenont 1TXZL VX- nJL-flf peaks quite highly or Mr. Gifford's ; meoioint !-. Kikader. Iowa. Argus. This remedy never tails. Keep It in your home, it may save life. For! sale by F. j. Ramsey. Ardmore Drug Co.. W. B Frame. If you trat ui genealogical tree back far en mgh yo: may dlscavor monkeys In the brant hes. A Sweet Breath is a never failing slyn of a heal hy stomach. When the breBth 3 bad the stomach Is out of crder. There I no remedy In the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing In digestion, dyspepsia and all stomach disorders. Mrs. Mnry S. Crick, of White Plalu. Ky., writes: "I have been a dyspeptic lor years; tried nil kinds of remedies but continued to ib,(rtn ,0 tmprovc B, onee am, nter ihMn$ ft few boule, m fuy reitoroJ ln wciahti health and strength and can eat whatever I like." Kodol d ge ts hat you oat and makes the -i. .-"it h stt,.-t S 1 I by nil dntg- ADMINISTRATORS SALE. Notice Ii hereby given tnat li. p'J suance of an order of the Unit i States court for the Southern 'A". ' of the Indian Territory, made on '!. 28th day of June, ld"4. In h- maT- of the estate of James A. Ha,. r. ceased, the undersigned adn.ir.ivt : l tor of the estate of said l . a- a will tell at public aunion. In pa: a' tract to the highest bidder, on a r . It o? three months, at the court hou--door la the town of Pauls Valle. Pi the Southern district of the InUan Territory, between the hours of 1 o'clock In the forenoon and 3 o clock in the afternoon, on the Gth day of ugust, 1904, all of the following de scribed property, towlt: Three or."- tory brick houses, one two-i'o brick business house, and & frame one-story business U-mse, and ono frame one-story hotel consisting of eleven rooms, all situated in the bus. ness portion of the city of Wynn"- wood, Indian Territory, and ono blark smith shop and ten dwelling houses and Iota, situated in Ihe most desir able residence portion of said cPy- Said administrator having obtalnel a patent to all of said lots, purchas ers can obtain warranty deeds at onco. JNO. D. DOUGHERTY. Administrator of the Estate of Jas. A. Baker, Deceased. 26 lot Frisco Excursion Rates. National encampment G. A. It, Boston. Mass, Aug 11-13. Rate $ I 7j. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo,, April loth to Nov. 15th, Kato season ticket, $23.40. Sixty day 323.70; 15 day 115.73. Special summer tourist ratos. St Paul and Minneapolis, Minn., July 14 to IS, August 6-11. Rate 326.50. W. A. DASHIELIv Ticket Agent Wantec To buy Intermarried white surplus allotments, not filed. I will furnish the land. Ofllce over First National bunk. W. P. POLAND 23dwtf Ardmore. I. T. SANTA FE EXCURSIONS. A. R. National encampment, Bos-, ton, Ark Mass.. Aug. 11-13. Rate $41 July 10 to Sept. 30. Rate $0.03. 1 ton, Aug. 12. 13 and 14. Rate $41.75. Special round trip rates Chicago, 111., dally July to Sept. 30. Rate $20.45. Special excursion St. Paul, Minn Aug. 6 to 11. Rate $27.10. Colored barbecue and picnic Pur cell. I. T.. Aug. 4. Rate $2.70. Biennial encampment Knight ot ryinins, ixiuiBvine, iitig. x- iu 15. Rate S26.9S. Barbecue and picnic. Paoli, I. T.. Aug. lo. Rate $2.10. Barbecue and picnic Wynnewood, Aug. 4 and 6. Rate $1.55. State B. Y. P. U. Sunday School Convention, colored, Fort Worth, Texas, August 23 to 2S. Rate $3 45. Date of salo August 22 and 23. final limit August 20. Round trip tickets to Galveston and return at rate of $17.65, good for Go days; on salo Juno 1 to Sept. 30. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. iiouls. Mo April 15th to Nov. 15th. Itato season ticket I2S.40. Sixty day ticket $23.70; 15 day tickets 519.75 Annual conclave Knights Tern- emplar, San Francisco, Cat Rate $15. Date of sale Aug. 15 to Sept. 10, 1001. W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agent. If men did tho cooking every kitch on would be provided with a gasoline stove and nine out of ton of thoso stoves would bo Quick Meal. DIVENS, CORHN & FRENSLEY. Union Stores. Tho following dry goods, shoo, fur nishing and furniture houses observe union hours: Open 7 a. m. Close 7 p. m. Close Saturdays 9 p. m. As other accept union card3 their names will bo added; Maddon & Co. Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co, J. E. Hamilton & Co. Ardmore Dry Goods Co. Randoi, Banks & Co. Georgu Ash. Sass & Crawford. R. Lowenstein. Cincinnati Rncket Store. R. A. Jonos, Furniture. A. C. Young, Furniture. Y. B, Lynn, Shoes. W. H. Bynl & Co. Tho first time you nvo out driving stop nt my store nnd sou tho bargains I offer in whips. J. C PREDDY. 5 A Summer Cold. A summer cold is lut only nnnoylng but if not relieved Pneumonia will bo i..e probable result by fall. Ono mln- ute Couch Cure clenrs the phlogm. g01,thes and strenghtens tho lungs ; ,, bronchial tubos. One Minute Cough Cure Is nu ideal remody for the children. It is plensant to tho tas-io anl perfectly hnrnile. A cer- tnln (lire fur Cinup. C ugh and Colds. ' .-' 1 ! i... all druggists 1 Stomach Troubles cured by KODOL WJPEPJIA CURE Under allcurableconditions Mr. D. Ksuble of Mrs.V. W. Lay ler of HlllUrd, Nevada, 0., was curad by Kodol Pa., was cured of itomicn of Chronic trouble which Dy?i?la by the use of hid eltected his hsirt. Kodol. Sold by all Druggist. LAWYERS. QEO, I. JORDAN, Attorney at Law and Land Art 8;eclai attention to Commercial and Land Litigation. BINGHAM 4 APPLE, Attorneys at Law. Land offlco practice a specialty. Some time with Dawes commission. Tishomingo, I. T. OMYSICIAfNiJ. FRED J. ROEMEFt, M. D Physician and Surgeon. Phone Col. Office over Jones' Furniture d-lm Store. ARDMORE J X R I U M DIt.S. IIAKOY .V JlcSKEM'Mim. SurKiT.r h it I)leai( of women .1 s-r;l.ilt.r OR HUMK-tRJiY Specialist, lye i-7ar. Noio and Tnroat Oltaes accurateiv fltti'; Offlcf ovfi' Kotchkiss' Jew.l,-y .tore 'jdmors, 1. T OR. J. W. SMITH Physician ana Surgewn. umc In Gorman Building Otlioe 'phone 6 3 rings. Residence 'phone :t. Office heirs 10 to 12 a si . I to 4 m Special attention given to Diseases of Women and Children. W. M. ANDERSON. Veterinary Surgoon. T L Smith's Stable, i OrTlp phone, 125 Reaidence 101 L 8. SUTHERLAND, Physician and Surgeon. Offlco Upstairs in PostoSlce Block. Ardmore, Ind. Tar. DR. ROBERT H. HENRY. Physician ana Surgeon. Spoctalty Eyo. Ear, Nosa and Th.-oaL Offlco with Dt. Von Keller over Bonner & Bonner's Drug Store i r:'i la i A. E. Adams, E. E. Hcllln, D.D.S. D. D. S. ADAMS & HEFtIN, Dentists. The latest Improvement ln Porce lain Crown and Bridge Work Teeth Extracted Absolutely without Pain by a now and up to date meth od. Everything wo do Is guaranteed Office No., 117 E. Main over Ran doms store. Ardmore, lnd. Tor. WHITE i MYALL, Architects and Superintendents. Offlco in Noble Building. Ardmore, I. T. CONSULT WANT COLUMNS. Lost. Found. For Rent. For Saie. Holp Wanted. Rooms for Ront. Furnished Rooms. A awn mm SHARPENED If j our scissors arc dull or jou Pocket Knife, Butcher Knife. ta .e, Hoc, Hatchet ornny other du i tool or Instrument you need proptru nnd .sdentlfcally sharpened, bring it to rue the cost Is trifle, work Is roou If you have a pair of shoes or slip, pera too Rood to throw away, little or big hole In It, half .sole needed or heel fixed, brine It to me, only a trifle to lix It Kood as new. Remem ber the place, W, Alain, w est of Jail. Also Rcmemder, next door west, I have as neat a shop, as GOOD BARBERS as sharp razors, as any shop Jin city Shave ioc, Hair Cut 35c. Yours for part of your work. WILLIAM HILL. MEN AND WOMEN, C Hi J f'.rnnntarl all hirrf.lnaimmiiiuoi, Irrltttloot or ulnrfttlD cf m u on tnmhrna rr....u Curl.. Piln.i-li. and n ,t aitrln. MSCflMICHCa. jnli.rr,j. ,n 01 Mold bj Drucxt'U, or ifnt la pUiu wrtpr, br xpre", rrp J, for SI. 00 r3l ttl.-il.-75. LircaUr kdI ou riuut. LEARN TELEGRAPHY anrt STATION WORK f r RAILWAY SERVICE. We wt.t fach you jut .'k!y Ihi ir junhly.prariicallr, and blv m Ti.no.- If litut. ti. n in not aicntit you. Forfulpa". ulirj aJUrew DALLAS TELEGRAPH COLLEGE. DxJUl, Tim. DeWltt's mi Salvo For Pllce, Durnsf Sores Warning Order. In the United State3 Commissioner's Court in tho Indian Territory, Southern district Booker & Carter, plaintiffs, vs. Dr. T. D. Palmer, detendant. The defendant, Dr. T. D. Palmer. Is warned to appear in this court In thirty days and answer tho complaint of the plaintiffs, Booker & Carter. Witness my hand as United Slates commissioner, this Sth day of July, 1901, at Ardmore, I. T. T. N. ROBNETT. U. S. Commissioner. 11. A. Iiedbetter, attorney for plain tiff. J. F. Bledsoe Is here appointed non resident attorney. First published July S. 19ul. Water Coolers! Water Coolersl Any size you want anil at closing out price?. BIVENS, CORHN &. FTt L.VSLE Y. A-usYirTf oo The M K. A T. Il'v aim tt.-'iitii uiih Its 'nralli. all the mure Important i lile- of Txa Katv trains enti-rc.l Aumln nn Juan 2'th ui er the nun- exteimlon (rom rtraturer on thi) main Uiih. nhere eon i ..nictinin are mi!e with all Initiurtant train- north ami mutli-liounil "Katv" nmv has unex telled irrlci tiithe ttrivlnir Tpi.-ib einen of Hun Antonio. Houstun. Dillm Ft W.irth. nalveston. Waoo an-1 A'tntln. Kor thlnir new -n lllutrateit literature about Tex at anil the Suuthwem. write KATY" . Louis, Ho. fSO YEARS' EXPERIENCE TnADC MARKS DCSICN3 Copyrights Ac. Anrone ndlni a akrtrh and ducriptlon mT quletlr aicaruin nnr opinion free wfaetbrr an inTentlnn Ii pmhablr pitntaMn rnmmuiilca tlonintrlctlrronttilontlal. HANDBOOK ou I'atenta nt frea. tiMfat aiiancf for ascunnit tiUanm. l'atanta takan thniuiih Munn & CO. racalTC tptrtal not l, without charne, In tha Scientific flmericam A hanilinmf If Illaitrata.J wklr. Ijirant cir culation nf anr ni-ientitlii Jnurnal. Tertiin. 11 a IV.V '"urmuntht, IU Bold brail newi1ialer. MUNN & Co.36,B". New York Uranch (mice. fiS V HU WaIhlnmon, I). C FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE Will euro any enso of Kidney or Kliuliler disease, that is nob beyond tho reach of medicine. GIVEN UP TO DIE. n. Snl'Kol, roj x Virginia St., EvansTllla. Inil., wrltos, "ror over four soars I wa troubled with n klilnoy and bladder ailectlon. I iost llesli ami wa unatilo to work. Threo iiliylclan f allnd tn help mo nml 1 was Rlroa nu lo die. 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