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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE Ardmore, Friday, January 4, 1906. LITERARY CLUD9. Ladles of the Leaf. President, Mrs. Nora VnnDonborK; 1st Vlcu President, Mr. HIlMltoth (looduln; 2nd Vlco President, Mr. Minnie Wall; llccordliiK Secretary, Mm. Ma Alexander: Corresmndlnr Secretary. Mr. IMIsy Dunham. Treasurer, MrH. Florence Dexter, Critic, Mm. Letllla Lodbotter. Program Cotntnltl- Mm. Hlsle Putterf. Mm. I.aiira Marr. Mm. KlUa belli (liHHlwin, Mm. Nannie lictinlc, Mrs Florence Dexter. Music Committee ,irs. (lertrude fliillliit. Minn liiy Itttrnttt. Mm. Car rlo McCoy. Tlio rluli liiiliU IU regular meetings every other week from the llrit week In October Id the llrt ww In Junv on Monilayii. with IU member hi re corded In tlio amiiml soar book. Orlo Club. President. Mm. 0. 1. MrCttnn; 1st Vice President. Mm. (J. II. Webb; 2nd Vice President, Mm. Walter Hardy. CrreHindln; Secretary,. Mm. C. U Carter; Treasurer. MHs Zoe Ollvo; Auditor, Mm. 11. 1". McKlroj; Libra flan, MIhb gun Frame. Program Committee Miss Vora Olive. Mm. T. Nuriiimi, Mm. J. H. Downnrd, Mm. C. 8. Maiipln Itcmilsr meetings or tile club nro lield every I'rlday of onch week from 2 30 to 11:30 p. 111., with one of Its lllUlllllt'tl. Mothers' Club, Problem. Mrs. Milton Ikard. Vice President. Mm. .1. II. Snyder. Secre tary. Miss Vlrnlnl.1 llr(Mik; Tiens urer. Mm. Joseph I'lttnian. This rlub moots, tho fourlh Thurs day In each month at tho Fourth ward school bulldliiK. Ferndale Review Club, President, Mm. Milton Ikard: Vice President,, Mm. .1. M. London; Score tar. Mm. V. 11. llumKias; Treiisur cr. Mm. Anilerton. The club meets on Wednesday of each week with tmo of Its member, from .1 to D p. m. Chautauqua Class. Tho Chnutnuqua clnsa meets I'rldny of each week with ono f It mem bers Piesldent, Mrs. Preston II. Woods; Vice President, .Mm. Wiley II. Hleak more; Secretary, Mrs. II. II. Penning ton. THE CHURCHES. Christian Church. licaled on A street, northwest; ftcrvlrcx every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and oveuluK nt 7:30; mid week prayer meetliiK on Wednesday uvenliiK at 7:30. Pastor, Rev. S. II. Holmes; Mlders It T. Dallas, 1. It. Host, (1. II. Webb; Deacons, A. C. Young, U II. lne. Win. Dovlny. J. K. P. Campbell, J. M. Vnden. Sunilay school nt fl:30 every Sun day morning; I. II. Mnsou, superin tendent, Broadway Daptlst. Located on llroadway, between WaihliiKlim and A street, northwest; i-ei-vlceg every Sunilay nt II a. ni.; in .mi- meotlng at 7:30 Weducodny iiIkIii Pastor. Rov. W. McKIniiey; Dea ciui. I). 11. Vunion, W. H. Ryan. J. N. S'.niliolBor, It. A. Wilson. JI. M. (Irlf nib. J. C. l'reddy; Church clcik. (. It. iiuihaiinn; Church troasrfior, A. K (idemnn. iiiihluess session Wednesday night after tho first Sunday In each month. Cumberland Presbyterian, licated nt corner A street and I'irst avenue, southwest; service i ov ii Sunday morning nt It o'cl ick. In owning at 7:30; mld-wook prayer tm-cting observed every Wednesday iniig at 7:30; business -".alon Hi -1 Monday night In each month. Without a pastor nt ptoacnt. rulers. II (' l'ottcif, i;, ltr,. W S Smith. W. Kcnner. A I. Cimo tr-nrrr We Do hut Priait Nt type, new presses, most skillfd woik aiul tho best selected and latvext tm u t pipi-r and envelopes in the city TELEPHONE nr.? ami a m tier solicitor will be will ivored Ardmoreite VELIE C. SUGGS, Manager imr!i,n."Mi'r'WTJjra?: The 'wXd Ardmorette Episcopal, located on I) street, southwest; services every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and In tho evening at 7 .30; Sunday school at 9:30 a. III. Pastor, Ho v. dales; Vestrymen, .1. W. (lollodge, Sr. Warden, C. O. Ilium, secretary. Chns. I.. Anderson, A. 0 Kdwards, J. K. Humphrey, T. N. Hob null. 7 30; choir practice overy Thursday evening; business sessions first Tiies dn night In each month. Pastor. Ilev. J. W. Sims; Stewards W. S. Wolvorton. .1. W. Hanks, Mor ris Suss, P. P. Kearney, W. M. tlwyn. C 14. Carter, Frank Fronsley, R. W. Ilandol. ltan Webb, W. (1. Dltsler. W. W. Taliaferro. First Presbyterian. l,ooated, Corner llroadway and C street, nortwiMt; services uvery Sun la) morning at II o'clock, evening services at 7:80; prayer nioetlnr, ov cry Wednesday evening at 7:30; bu siness session are culled. Pastor, Ilev. C. C. Wollh; Hldois, David RedHeld. W. I. Cruce, S. 8. f'arr, W.'P. Duff. Mr. Dawson, ('. Mo Co; Treasurer, P. 1). Maxwell, Dea cons, I.ee Cruce, I,. P. Staples. 1'nxl Carr. C. II. Clement, A. C. Straeh ley; Trustees. Sam Noble. A. C. Cruce, O. M. Itedlleld, l.eo Cruce. Sunday school nt U:.'I0 every Sun day; W. I. Cruce. superintendent. AID AND MISSION SOCIETIES. Methodist Home Mission. The Homo Mission society of the Hronduay Methodist church moots the tlrst and third Tuesday In each month at the church. President, Mrs. Clin. Maupln; Sec retary, Mrs. W. It. Ingram; Treasur er. Mrs. W. P. Whlttliigton. Methodist Foreign Mission. Meetings of the Koielgn Mission society of tho llroadway Methodist church aro held tho llrst Thursday In each month. President, .Mrs. It. W. Randol; 1st vice president. Mrs. W. I'. Whlttlng ton; 2nd vlre president, Mrs. Nettie Jones; 3rd vice president, Mrs. John llnfTmnu; Corresponding secretary, Mm. P. P. Kearney; Recording secre tary. Mm. P. II. Woods. SUNDAY SCHOOLS. Droadway Methodist. Sunday school nt 0:30 u. m.; Su perintendent, J. W. Hanks; Secretary, Stella Hutchor; Librarian, John Hoff man, Jr. Klghtoen classes. Junior Epworth League. Junior Longuo meets nt llroadway Methodist church every Sunday af ternoon nt i o'clock; President, Stel la Hutcher. Epworth League. Tho llpworth League meets overy Sunday afternoon at ": in nt the Hrondway Methodist church; Presi dent, W. O. Dltsler; 1st vice presi dent, A. A. llagwoll; 2nd vlco presi dent. Mamie Nlsbett; 3rd vlcu presi dent Kiln D.ivls; Secrctnry nnd treas uicr, Lena Sullivan. Presbyterian Mission Society. Meets once a inont.i; President, Mrs S. 8. Carr; Vlre prenldent. Mm. II. C. Potterf; Secretary and troas irer. Mm. J. It. Pennington. Cumberland Presbyterian Aid. Meets llrst and third Tuesdajs of each month with Us members: Pres ident. Mm. 13d llyrd; Vlre president, Mrs. H. II. Pennington; Secretary and treasurer, Mrs. II. C. Pottorf. FRATERNAL. Woodmen Circle. Moots tho tlrst Monday afternoon and tlio third 1'iiday evening in ouch Nothing j call upon when 'our .iiiiiifil I" Job Dept. For All the New All the Tlmu. roadway Methodist. i located Comer of Droadwny anil I tornoons of each month In tho Odd own uuuy mis..K m II street 'northwest' service every ! Fellows hall; l.aily Communder, Mrs. and children of Amerlky, tho Japs, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and ov- W- It. Ingram; Past commander, Mm. t1P t()c,l,atis, the itnpubllcnns. tho DtilriK nt 7:30; mid-week prayer meet- J I. U- "f."1;, I;lmlontint commander, ,,()()rto acntllli ,ie pillplnos, tho Cil- l.m overy Wednesday evening hi Mm A. "": "'.." ! ,,.. ()llr Uter Staats of South Amer. month at K. of P. hall; Ounrdlnn. M. I (1. HarKrnvo; Advisor, Joanna Rob-! orts; Attendant, Allco Staples; Magi- i clan, Vina Young; Hanker, Paulino Cole; Inner sentinel, Alllo V. Dolllns; , Outer sentinel, Ll.zle llultcy; Man ager Sophronla Ilulllon, L. P. ma les, Lena Y. Homier; Physlrlnn, J. II. I llargrnvc; ClorU. Sallle I.. Sturgeon. Lady Maccabees. Meet the first and third Monday af- Dottle Tavlor; Record and I'lnanee Ki-eHr. Mm. I'annlo (lofT; Sergeant. Mm. Sallle Jordan; Mistress nt Arms, Mm. Has; Physician. W. T. llogle. Eastern Star. Tho meetings are held tho first Monday In oarh month In tho Mason ic Temple; Worthy Matron, I.lllie Palmer: Worthy patron, W. A. Wlm hlsh; Associate, Molllo Peel; Secre tary, l'nnnlo HumpHss; Treasurer, 1 lor I ha Warren: Conductress. Hcssle Palmer; Associate condticjrcss, Ada Smith, Chnplnln, 1-5. C. Chastalne; Ada. Ilossle Lodratido; Ruth. Ilea Wolvorton; lthor, Sadlo (laskln: Martha, May Wlmblsh; Klectrn, Mar7 Humph: Orgnulst, Jessie Chastmlne Kent; Wnrden. I.ImIo Helsey; Senti nel, Sam I.nno. Royal Nelnhbors. Meet the llrst and third Tuesday ev enings In each mouth nt 7:30 o'clock nt tho K. of P. hull; Oracle. Mrs. l'nnnlo (.off; Vlco oracle. Mrs. Wal ling; Past oracle, Mrs. Mary How man: Chancellor, Mrs. i. W. Hutch or; Physician, J. M. Vaden. A Jamaican Lady Speaks Hlflhly of Chamberlain's Counh Remedy. Mrs. Michael Hart, vtlfo of tho sup erintendent of Cart Service at King ston, Jamaica, West Indies Islands, snya that sho lias for some years used Chamberlain' Cough Remedy for coughs, croup nml whooping cough and has found It very honellclal. She has implicit coutldenco In It nnd would not bo without n bottle of It In her homo. Sold by r. J. Itamsoy. W. 11. Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., Ron tier & llonner. It Is undigested food that cause sourness nnd painiui nuiigesuun. Kodol Is a solution of vegetable ac ids. It digests what you eat. nnd coi roctB tho dollclencles of digestion. Ko dol conforms to the National Pure Food nnd Drug Uiw. Sold horo by Hoffman Drug Co. NOTICE OF CURATOR. Not I co Is hereby given that tho un dersigned, curator of tho estate of Richard Johnion and Dan Johnson, will present to tho Judgo of tho Unit ed States Court for tho Southern Dis trict of tho Indian Territory, nt Aril inure, on tho 31st day of January, 1007, at ten o'clock a. m., his applica tion to sell tho following described tract or parcel of land belonging to said minors, to-wit: Richard Johnson ; DUUllinvD, ,U.,- . , of n nr nr floe tor of the southeast quarter Hon 30, Tp 2 South. Unngo C W. Dan Johnson: SUV of Cio BW Section 30; NVs t tho X&H of tho ( NV4, Section 31, Tp. 2 u It. C West. Alt porsons Interested will govern thrtusclvog accordingly. 1'. C. DINOS, Curator. j-:o. Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them. More fatalities lmve their origin In or result from a cold than from any other cause. This fact nlono should make iteople more careful ns thoro is no danger whatever from n cold when It Is properly treated In the be ginning. For many years Chamber lain's Cough Remedy has been recog nized as the most prompt nnd effect ual medicine In use for this disease, H acts on natures plan loosen the cough relieve tho lungs opens tho rX'l'l t'l ItlllB 4II1U UU 1111 1 IK I' 111 1 fOlUl' lug the system to a honlthy comll - Hon. Sold by P. J. Ramsey, W. 11. Frame. Ardmore Drug Co.. Homier & Runner Notice In Bankruptcy. In tho District Court of tho United States for the Southern District, nt Ardmore. In the matter af James M. Collins, bankrupt. In bankruptcy. To tho creditors of James M. Collins In the southern district In tho Indian Territory, at Ardmore, a bankrupt: Notice Is hereby given that on the 2S day of Dec. 1908, tho said Jas. M. Collins was duly adjudged bankrupt, and that the first meeting of his cred Iters will bo held nt my ofllco at the court house in the city of Ardmore I ou tho Sth day of Jnn. 1907, nt 10 , o clock. In the forenoon, at which tlmo j the said creditors may attend, provo I their claims, appoint a trustee, exam-' ino the bankrupt itul transact such other business as may come before .ill meeting. JOHN IIINKLK. Hoforeo In Hankriiptcy. First published Dec. 30. 100G. How to Avoid Appendicitis, Most victims of appendicitis are i h.ifo who aro habitually constipated, orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating i lie liver and bowels and restore the natural actions of tho bowels Oilno Laxative Fruit, Syrup does not nan some or gripe and 19 mild and pleas an' tj take Refuse substou'es Sold b Hoffman Drug Co. and Clt) Drug Store, THE PRISIDINT'S MI3SIQL. (With aimloRlw to Mr. IXioley.) "Ilavu ye read tho prlsldlnt's ml slue. ITnnegnn," says Mr. Hooligan. "No," says Flnnegan, "road a prls idlnt' iiiIrsIko watist and since then I don't llko tho wurruks of Mlsther Josaphus botther." "Hut shurf," says Mr. Hooligan, " ye should read our iky. Haw II, San Francisco nnd Con I gross. It's n thriily remarkable mldrls land I'd as scam do without mo break fast food as not to rade It. A wonder ful documlnt, l'lnogan, n reglar cyclo pedia of useful Information and slrh sermons as Henry Word Handler In bis folnest days couldn't have preach ed Ye should rade It i-'innegnu or )oil lie Ignrnnt to the last day yo live, Iv the great political and moral qulstlons that coiifmnt Mur great nation nml Iv the lalust style In spellln." "An what I it Hooligan that so at tbrart you nimut tills mlsslge?" "It's the folne moral tone vif It, I says Mr. Hooligan. "Tidily can give 1 em all cards and spades on morality, i l'lnnognn, nnd bate em. Me old friend Moses, who wrote tho dialog (I balavo they call It) dldn t lay down tho law of viiitu with haf the courago ntul simplicity. Ho says, says ho, ' Ye must he giAid, tno chllderii; If yo don't 1 have a big paacli tree limb behind the clock nnd that's the wurrud with tho bark on It! "Ho nyn to ltockyfeller, o mustn't i nppross poor O'Hileu who wurruks fur ye nnd you must unit tnklu m bates, H'b wicked nnd no dacent man will do It. Capital and labor, ho says, says he must wiirruk together, mit llko a young mule and n steer that's ill vlr lieeii broh. They must quit their linlkln nnd hicklu over the thrnces nnd step lively whin they wo mo big stick. ' "An there' been intolroly too much dlsthurbnnce In this rouuthry ho says. says ho, raised lv tho dlmlglgs aul other jieoplo who dlsngreo with mo. They must (j'llt It, ho says, they're l bail citizens, hood thlm not. ThN cooiithry Isn't going to tho dlmn'tlon liow-wtiw, ho says, nn there's no use In Mlsther Hrynn sayln so. The poor folks should wiirruk and eat their vlttlos and ho hapiiy and contented An thero's too many naygurs being lynched, ho says, says he, yo miisit ipilt It. It's wrong to hang naygurs without dhue phrocesH of law. Sthring 'em mi quick whin they commit baste. ly crimes, but hang cm by law nml nut with ropes. "An tho thrust nro not so had says he. there's good thrusts an bad tlio.nfa o. n.l rtrnfi n frt , In , n lot. ..... Cooperations. o iniiBt separate suapo irom me goat, ue says, says he, nnd ye must kapo your gonts In the lot with a high fence, so they can't butt Into your cauonge patches nnd kitchens and oat up your tin cans It's rngtlatlon we ncod, gentlemen, he says. "IMucutlim is si fvilno thing, says Tidily, but there" entolrely too much of It going Into tho hods of the rlsin glnrnttou where It will lay round In cornor and rust. Whnt wo need, ho says, says he, Is to thralti the clill dern to dhrnw watt or nn milk tho cow and turn tho grind tine and niako brlcknbrnck An tho farmer Is a rolue glntlomln, says he. His Is mosth honorable perfesslou anil ho deserves mor creillt than mosth tny ono oxclpt the man wlro wurruks. Our i American farmer Is n good man for ' i,e ,,ny8 tb etnrlff and gets good crops j , myturn. ,. Io.og to Ilplp ,,,, .... , 0UP ToM Krowin lnfhant In ( dusthrles. If h. want to know iny thing about his btiness he should nd it ress Mlsther Jnmos Wllwn, the sic rltnry of agrlrulthtiro, which Is tho same ai farmtn, an enclose a self-ad dhreseod stamped envelope, nnd Mis ther Wilson will til hint how to raise prntees, an kill bug an kapo tho cow from Jtitnplu the fince "Another thing ho says, Klnnegan there's too much raysplct for tho Judges In this coonthry for tho well beln of society at largo. If a Judgo Is contlmptlble yo should tell him bo so he'll mend his wnvs. And this thing of nice suicldo must bj stopped Insllntly. I'm rayllbly Informed that I thero's a family down In Chlckasha Oklahoma, that hi only ton cvlldern nnd I'm told thoy'ro nbout to put a provision In their constltooshln limit Ing families to twenty-live chlldern If thoy do I won't give cm statehood "An the nations must be good, too ho says, says he, an I warn ye, pow era, that wo must have moro Inther national moralety, if I have to spank ovlry mother's son of ye to get it Let dawgs dallght to bark and bit he says, soys he, hut ycr big nrnile nn 1 or mnttsther battleship were nlv or made to desthroy each other with but to kapo ye from flghtln. Wo must t ti rain our chlldern to shoot, says he, o lvlrybody will bo nfrald of us an we won't have to scrap. "Wan nv the things that disthurb me peace of mind says ho. Is tho bad manners shown by tho paplo of San Francisco in not admitting tho Uttl brown boys to their schools, sayn ho. I It's naughty and may offltul mo good frlnd, Mlcaydo, and ilunge us Into n dhrendful war. I m a man of pace an righteousness an the thought tif war horryftes mo. It would pain mo fnth-1 riy nreast to cnasttse mo cniiitcrn in San Francisco, hut If they don't quit ! actio ugly til have to sthep over soma folnn marnln and warm their jackets , with mo big stli '.. "An Is that nil of Mlsther Itousen. i felt's mlsslge," says Klnnegan. "No," says Mlsttior Hooligan, ys'll have to take a waak off an rado It 1 for yourself If ye want Ui know nil , about thrust nnd combinations, tl.o crool wrongs dono tho oung Baalcs ' In Alnsky nn mnny other used.1 branches of human knowledge. Or betther still, yo might save tlmo L. Just radln tho congressional rrotJ for tho past fifty year an the Wur mid Allmynlx." When Are Blackberries. In u field off tho Surrey lano ap proached n :ivfct sperl'ien of the pensnnt. slouo'i ha'ied ti.id smock."'. He was lcndlnc by the hand n bov cf nbout 10, obtlniily a Icvn-Lred ynui.g ster. They in is 1 for n motrcnt. What's th io. gtan'pa?" tirked tli hoy, pointing to a cluster of berries In the hedge. "Them bo blackberries, my boy." "Hlnckberrles! Why, thoy'ro red." "Itcd! Of courso they be rod! Don't you know, my boy, that blackberries bo always red when they're green?" lAmdon Chronicle. PB0FESSI0NAL COLUMN LAWYERS, C. C. Potter J. C. Thompson V. D. Potter POTTER, THOMPSON & POTTER. Attorneys at Law. Olllce Over First National Hank. Ardmore, Indian Territory. II. C. l'otterf. K. A. Wulke-. POTTERF &. WALKER. Attorneys and Counselor at Law. Ardmore. Ind. Ter. Capt. J. W. Kills. W. D. Ilalfhlll. ELLIS & HALF HILL, Itooms 21 nnd 22 Homestead llldg. Civil and Indian business exclu sively. Muskogee, Ind. Ter. WILLIAM W. WRIGHT Uteglstered Attorney.) (Formerly with Dawes Commlssloni Contests, Citizenship Cases and other matters liororo tlio interior De partment, Kxcluslvuly. Oftlces Washington Loan & Trust Hulldlng. Washlnaton, D. C. Chas. J. Kapplor. Lhas. II. .Meri'lu. Comiuler itutinn active uiniri liwa and Treaties" l'ractlo ior. KAPPLER &. MERILLAT, Attorneys and Uounselors-at-Liw. I'rnctlce before nil Courts; Congro-.a, Uovernmont Departments and Com missions. Indian Cases a Specialty. Olllce. llond Hblg. Washiivjton, D. C CLINTON O. DUNN, Attorney at Law. Ardmote, Ind. Tor. W. I.. Froman. OHIo Andcrton FREEMAN & ANDERTON -awyera. I'cnnlngton & Sims Hulldlng. PHYSICIANS. F. I'. vonKeller. M. D. It. II. Henry. M. D. F. I'. vonKeller, M. D. Ilea, phono 4 1 It. II. Henry, M. I). lies, phono 370. Olllce phono 140. vonKELLER . HENRY, Phyclclans and Surgeons. Dye. IJar, Noso nnd Throat Speclallstj Spectacles and I',o Classes accurately ' llttod. Olllce over Hod Crows D.-uS Store. Itooms S to 9. I DR. C. L. McCANN. Olllce: Stong HulldltiB. over W. M. mills' Store. Telephone: Olllco CTi Residence 083. G. E. GOODWIN, M. O. (Olllco over W. M. HIUIs ) Phones Olllco 349: lteslditco 3(if C. E. SHACKELFORD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Olllco Itnndol Hulldlng. Olllco Phone CC4. Ilosldenco 744. ANDERSON & WHITAKER, Veterinary Surgeons. Olllco: dmlth'a Livery Hurn. l'hono 13G. NATHANIEL C. WOOD Dentist. Over City National Hank. l'hono 770. Ardmoro, Okla. TALIAFERRO'S. Undertaking and Embalming, North Washington StrccL 1'hones 341 and 433. Somo Good Advice, For better buggies for loss monoy than tho peddlers sell and on as good terms soo Noble Brothers, Whon you trado here your noto Is with home people. 19-tf Grand Avenue Hotel! TUP. I1KST $2 I'Klt DAY 1IOTKL IN NBW 8TATK WIIKN IN CITY, CALL C. T. WILLIAMS, Prop. OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA i Your tnoncv judiciously. i t There's no q u c s t i o n ; f- filinnt rnr mntiiv lininir X . ,..v . Y ,. . . , . X well spent it invested in 1 ' .1. r l - If f rnMOTTcXHrrjsnPtfiCTTOWxi I X for entire satisfaction rc- V t f suits from the use of it. t ' t I,-, ? Kor sale at all leading X , , , , 4- dealers and grocers. X ? i . . 1 s mMU 11 B1 Wss I TYLER & SIMPSON j t COMPANY ! t DISTRIBUTORS ARDMORE HACK LINE D. E. FLYHT, Prop. Hack leaves for Healdtoa lit '6:30 a. m. Hack leaves for Elk tt V.IO a. m. Direct connection with all Inland towns west 3l Ardmore. I,euvo nil bundles u. N'oblo Bros.' Store. neiiSBQaia BAGGAGE TRANSFER LINE Phone 261 IMYorNHlUT STEVE KOVVLES. Proprietor 4- - AMERICAN ;; Hotel anrl Restaurant I l.urupgjii i .IU v W. J ALEXANDER, Proprietor, jj Cler lo Flrt Class Trsdo Onlr OPEN DAY AND NIOIIT -J I WARNING ORDER. In tho United States Court In tho Indian Territory, Southern District: W .D. Irhy, plaintiff, vs. Jewel Irby, defendant. No. GSGO. Tho defondant, Jowell Irby, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days and answor tho complaint of tho plaintiff, W. D. Irby. Witness tho Hon. Hosca Town send, Judgo of said court, and tho seal thereof, this 14th day of Decem ber, 1900. (Seal) C. M. CAMI'IllJLL, Clork. Hy W. 3. CROCKETT. Deputy. H. A. Lodbetter, attorney. S. H. Ilutlor, Atty. for non-res. First published Dec. 14, 190C. Citizenship Claims. If you have a cltlzonshlp claim pend ng and aro not yet enrolled, or have other buslnew before tho Interior De partment, write Immediately to Wll lam V. Wright, registered attorney, Oftlces, Washington Loan & Trust Hulldlng, Washington, D. C. When tho cold winds dry nnd crack tho skin got DoWltfs Witch Hazel 'Salve. Sold ly Hoffman Drug Co. 4:- & iJr r i'r ri'r l ft 1:- i'e BUGGIES AT COST 'it it ,if it it ,:.t Wo have a splen did lino of Bug gies, which for a brief time will bo sold nt cost. OUR OFFER IS A SNAP Come and See it it it it if it it Stevens, Rennerly 8 SpraIns ih U- ' it ft ft 'ft ft ft 'Jff ip 4.4.4..v22.214.171.124H, I A. G. Fullerton . .A. 8. Qulllot Prlrnln Wlr. tn All Mn.L'iil. i t t U A. G, FULLERTON X l tV. I 1 1 - Oankors - Brokers Cotton, Stocks, Grain and Provisions y t Over Kcarnoy Hardwaro Store, IT nmna IfmnM tla I'nlln,, f wynnowood, Suipnur, I. t! X XX nni Lexington, Okla. T X l'hono 720. I 4- --5"i:":"H!"ii- White MarKet HELSLEY & KERNER. Carry a full stock of fresh and cured Meats, Vegetables, Fruit and everything In tho market line. I'rompt delivery to any part of tho city. Telephone 612 Mistletoe The Great Temperance Drinlt Every bottle made in con formity with the law. A favorite bcvcrniJe with everybody. Gives absolute satisfaction to every dealer. Send your orders to JOE BASTIN Manager New Stato Drewinc! Association ARDMORE, IND. TER. FRIEND TO FRIEND. The personal recommendations of pec. pie who have been cured of coughs and coliN by Chamberlain's Cough Kemeily have done more than all else to make it a t "it article of trade and commerce over of the ctvilircil world. Disturbed the Congregation. Tho person who disturbed tho con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy n bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold by Hoffman Drug Co., City Drug Storo. DoWltfs Kidney and Hluddor Fills drives tho poison from tho body. A 25c box holds a week's treatment. Sold by Hoffman Drug Co.