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iIm buy honw. wlilto In fitc: (lun't
kiiow iiornoN iiriuid; novur got lo hb
liorno.
Illnolt pony liorm 0 or 10 ywir old:
W OH rlKbt iIiIh iumu; lilotuh Inuiul
loft Mlionlilnr.
IllitoU li(tmo nbont 7 yi-nrn obi; 7 l!
lrt UiIkIi; lumvy nmnn ami tail.
Thwtn buvo 1hh Httniyn from
month to four ywir. Anyono IiiivIiik
iohi muuK Kiioiihi J. A. Mnmrt tbreu
mlluit NOiitliHimt of Alum I. T. who
Jum l00 or 1.B0O liwul locnttnl.
Wrllo or ttue
J. A. H.MAIIT
Alum Intl Tor.
How'i Thlt?
U'p Offor Ono HiinilrtMt DolliirH (
wnni for ituy uiuu of OnUrrh Hint
uftimot Im ourml by IIhII'm Ciitnrrb
Ouro.
W'u. tli umtHratRiiMt. biivn laiown
1". J. Oliwio for Him but IK vnnria
iiinl ballttvv blm purfwtly lionornblo
in mi initiiiitMiN trnnHfti'tlonii nml iln
nnplnlly ublo to enrry out nny oIiIIkii
lloim inniltt by tholr linn.
WI8HT & TltUAX.
.i.V'.''.".'.'!!!"1" iKlHt. Tolo.lq. O.
WAI.DINtl KINNAN & MAHVIN.
Wliolonnlo DriiKKlHtH. Toloilo. Q.
njil lyf iioIImk illroetlyjupon ti iii$mi
n nil fljiubouit Hiirfjicwn of tlio ayHtq.iu.
i.mttnionlftli neiit froo. rw 76o
Mr bottbj Hold by nil DrijKr.lHtn.
llnll'M rnmlly 'H r tjl0 0llti
CIVlllMtlon ii h nriii in otjrtrilu jihf
Iuiik of Dm world. U llttlo nioro" tlian
n oilnisu'u ttiuli and liirltt gbiro.
ATTElfT OH CAP
JSehft4 Day iw.fi Hre B-
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t-.n.
Hi laraiiai; U th wmztorr. he
aV yraxrua m UM ava ia ttor
oarrtee itk aY tfc On4 Xrmr of
flto JioaaMke fll fc earrt oat. AM
aw tao r4ta of She pttt tmm-
mtmtmt.
yf arso m tatoroaiot to coau1aat
So'wori. A wHlw t1I1 h M htmi
to rMifv ttona M M i. a.
Ttor rctattvoi of loBmiiwl toatfadot
oapotfcJfejr Mlhog to Ma yfUk m.
Ami m areoat terttaUoa U oxtoaood
to Ul tao aoaato to eMrto -vtth
thta MomotM -r
y oroor of 'Jm coauatttM.
BIOS VAHTED.
Tao TorrUorM NoaaMi of Umi vx
CaafOMraUt Votoraai of Uh Ibommi
Torrttory will bi bold at Ardor
Jaly ad. tM and Jttb.
Thirty taoaoHad pooafci mm oxiwct'
d daily ioalod bid will b roeolrod
aa to Mid lacladlac Jnno laUt
(or tao oatlro nrlrllHf of tb
Kroaadi. All bid muat Ihj acenmpan-
Ml ay a eortlflod chttcX for 10 pw
aat of tint ftatotiNt of bid. The rloat
la roaorvod to roloct any anil nil bid.
Kxocutlvo omiimlttM.
JOIIM L. a ALT Chairman.
IO SIMON Socrcury.
Ardawro 1. T. May 21th INI
fTry also of tower piping In atoek
at Wllllama Corbn ft Co'.
Hov to Avald Trouble.
Now la tba tins to provide yonraolf
and fatally with a bottle f CJrnw-
borbila'a Collr Cbolora and Diar-
rhoea Itomody It la Hlranat certain
Ut bo noodod before tbet aammer la
ovor and If pitvcured now may shvo
you r )rlp to towji in tlio nlgbt or Ja
your bualeat aoaaon. It la overywbere
ndinltteti to b Lb moot mteeoMful
medicine In uso for ImiwoI complalnU
Iwith for Phtblien hiiiI Adulta. No
family i:an afford to bo without It.
I'Br aato !y fun Oily )riK Wore awl
I'. J. ItMioaoy.
fVJJ ii dgluaa of xftblo to coiae
out of a pint Oaak.
CITY aoVCnNMCNT.
It. W. IMck Mayor
J. II. iliitliera city Attorney
John U (lalt Police Jii.Iku
(1. II. llnico City Clerk
T. N. Colaman Troaaurer
W. It. Itoburta.AiMioHHor and Colloctor
1). It. I!oJkr ChUif of I'ollco
Hob Mcdee City HeuvoiiKor
Aldermen
I'lrat Wnrd J. W. OoIIoiIko J. 8.
McCliarun.
Bdconil Ward J. 8. Million. I. II.
Hunt.
Third Ward G. L. Uyrno; W. C.
ICondnll.
Fourth Wnrd W. T. nnrdnor A. 0.
Voimc.
Committee!.
M-'Innndn C. L. Ityrno chnlrmsn;
A. 0. Voiiiik J 8. Mullon.
fltreot and Alloy I. It lioHt ohn
mini; o. L llyrno W. T. (liirdnor
J. H. McCbnrun.
Police W. C. Kondall obnlnnan;
I. It. Hem J. 8. McChnron.
riro W. T. Gurdner obnlrmnnj J.
W. (IoIUmIko J. H. Mullon.
WntorworkB A. 0. Vounp chair
man; J. 8. Million C. U llyrno.
Ordlnnnoo J 8. MullQn chnlrmnn;
J. W. OollodKo W. 0. Kondall.
Ooinotory J. W. (IoIIciIko chair-
rnnn; W. T. dnrdnor I. It. Host.
Hnnltnry J. 8. McChnron chair-
man; J. 8 ..Mullen. W. C. Kondnll A.
U. Young.
Dojird of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moffott city phyalclnn;
Dra. 8. 8. Cnrr J. Smith Wnltor
Hardy; Mayor It. W. Dlolc
A retired bunko rnnn ayn that lyvo
la not the only tliliiK that nuods tho
aorvlrea of un oxpert ooullat.
McCormlck mowora blndora mid
rnkiM nt Wllllama Corhn & Co.'a.
When ii man acta like a initio the
luttor la Jimtlllwl In rIvIiib blm a
kick.
Many lunn tlo notBuccood In- tho
itHijcoood In- tin
iiinvHimpor btmliioaa fliociuiao thoy
buvo nevsr not furthor iiIoiib In tbolr
biialnoaa oducntlon than "a puff la
worth ii puff." '
' ' i-r!
Whon a wlao tnnn burlj'j nnlmosUy
ho forgets whero bo plnntod It '
1
-t a W 1 a rroawiu.
Ka.xo a-taaa ttsiatr
tor "Brrpt wnaa rr HMTnaaa
rH t 'Jar fwriwsol asv-wras- 4 hat '
t aod jioieal atriajfjoaf evroori
UU ttoy ateoid arrer aj-)r aa-ttm-rr
t ttOjr tm ary a at
Va S tcxt x tuaoioiiax -va aaal
Uot-tod ta aAt umi mrv car' afa
ig'rfi. 7e rttaim ymm
I -r V in o4u ta tadigoaot Mati-
Ur "To fk rentlaatatt. at Akau-
tmh. naO'4 n trtrktc-l cwtca-
art. tX laavo aay ewrter i: re m
thot I eta wrry yoa to ta lataaaji
attoc xal kxt ye ; atiiatlj p-c-ai."'
art tb tvtcx oaoaaMad wMck Mow
TV? yoao; at a-7e tad tae
twaaa r4e aloar gli laetly woox1i for
aoae thwf. vacw tto )i'lu iloftf Mf
canta? tad aiU4 t.a Sc wkere h
woaad W OUH4 Ur to Uaoe oa
baMen. eiatox ti v7$rtactttr. te
calarK ifrraa; froai ta re kid oartad
U a icbbria; UxVerf rtxUl aad
rrpxlaH kl pK b.'ore ta retar of
tli illT Blie Mi UrC rr tke
rtatladi-r of the reel tbe oaVtr bwr-
l4 all fa a Ma tuada aad mtawl
tb ftetof of apareiMfatloa.
AiMMiib waa rafcl at iaU aad
all the oaVrra wre aaeaalUl to wit-
a tb- o-sradatioa of UMdr wrtoradr
wIm all toe wbUe krjt well la tbe rear
of Mi ehUtt. "Coaac forward two on
of a dogr crll the Irate petba. wbfh
there ntfnxd before blaa an 'fB'-er '
with a fare aa rleaa a a be by' a aad a '
look of tke atoat aapretoe ltuv-tt
Ilia fxcHIocy save one look of blank
aatoalahcneat aod then wltb u a(
predat)v aaille breakiaB over b: war
worn featartu toraod U too aaaetuM'd
rfSerx arMl aabl Here. gentieuitn
yoar obi mloifter It a fool and jour
young lieutenant la a captain."
THE SIZE OF FAIRIES.
Crralfirra Wlio lAtn In Hip I'oetrr
rr III? JCIIfMbetlinri As.
Header of Ktlzabethan iioetry arc
familiar with faille who farhlon cost
from a bot'a win fane from tbo of
butterfllea. coverlet from tbe akin of
aaakea waao war with apidera aad
inakk) eipedltlcma on the back of ale.
Writer bate commonly aaaomed that
ancb mlnutetie waa tbe product of
jKH-tlc fancy which reduced tbeae aplr-
Ita to a alze much below that admitted
by popular belief but tbla la an error
i'olklore aoppllea ua wltb abundant
cxamplea of falrlea who can carry no
more than a aloale atraw who emerge
from a molubill and make a thread
bridge In order to traverao a keyhole.
Concordant la the teatlmony of lan-
guage aa when tbe foxglove paiae for
iM'Ing a fatry cap.
If a alao an reduced cannot allow hi.
toiical Interpretatbm atill lea doett
otbnology uxplnln tbe itialltloa of tbeae
faye who In (Hiwer do not differ from
tbelr larger comlnn Qneuti Mab no
larger tban tbe jewel of a ring la yet
charged wltb tbe functlona of a birth
goddeaa. Tbe Kaat fairy can atcal n
bride or a baby; tenuity la of leaa con-
aetionce alnce any tiny a trite can at
will asautne gigantic proirortloua Tho
falrlea who In one cuuton are rcpre-
hciiIhI n dwartlah In the next may bo
deacrlbed aa gigantic.
The contraat which cannot bo ac-
counted for a arising from historical
momorlCH may bo ently explained by
tho early modo of conceiving nature.
In pruhlatorlc conception n mountain
might ihiks for a largo limn n river for
n tall ono while tho lutnatoa of petty
blllocka would naturally bo Imnglned
uh poaacKNlug n form correKpomllng to
tho mi r row Hmlta of their babltuutu.
International Monthly.
I'nmiliiir (( ln0lfliriinliles.
Only thoHo who hnvo to go to tho
depth of long dlauHcd trunks whon
moving time neccriRltntc renovation
mid tho klftlng of belonging realize
bow much of what ono clings to an lu-
dlapentnblo bocomca absolutely iiscIcnn
when laid by for a time. I'lcturcj
prlxeil for ono rcunon or uuotlier hou-
voulrs that full to recall anything but
Inconvenience leltcra that ono couldn't
bear to burn odd and cud that ono
wit miro to want nil hecomo uh trim)!
In tho Vepoflo of tho atorcd trunk ami
are anrrlflced without n itmlm when
moving tlmo comcH around to mnko
room for other things that will Inut
tbelr llttlo day nml thou llud tho miuo
cud Now York 1'roM.
Kcvrnlli Crnlurr Nrrillcwork.
Itcforo tho end of tho seventh century
needlework wnB curried to grcnt per-
fection In couvonta. whero It was used
for tho embellishment of the church
umi tho decoration of priestly robes.
Artist did not think It beneath tbolr
dignity to trace tho pattern used for
embroidery In their natural colors. A
certain religious lady wishing to em-
broider a sacerdotal vestment asked uo
lea a peraoutigo than St. Diiustan then
a young mnu but ulrendy noted for hi
artistic rklll nml tnstc to draw the
Mowers and llgure which sho after-
ward worked In gold thread.
Mm ll W rill.
There nru n certain number of simple
word In tho Kugllsu language that
will express tho greatest thoughts and
great men i'so them. To bo Incompre-
hensible may be a sign of knowledge.
It may also bo tho sign of an Intellec-
tual snob. Tho world Is not moved by
men and women who tnlk In mi un-
known tongue. Schoolmaster.
The l'lirlat nt I.nrirc.
Tho Walter You'll mid our calves'
liver very fine.
Tho l'rofcsfcor I don't want so much
as that Hrlng mo n portion of tho liver
of ono cnlf. Chicago Tribune.
Trouble
Tho trouble with most pcoplo Je-
well It's trouble. Ualtlmoro News.
FCC -ED H'5 S?EP OR.
THE CONFEDERATE REUNION
To be Held in Ardmore
OM JVt-Y 22 THE OLD CONFEDERATE VETERANS OF THE IN-
DAJ TERRITORY ARE TO MEET IN ARDMORE AMD REMAIN VITH
US FOR THREE .DAYS.
THIS IS AM HONOR PAID ARDMORE THAT EVERY ARDMORE.
ITE SHOULD FEEL PROUD OF. DO YOU FEEL PROUD? IF SO HOW
MUCH DO YOU FEEL THAT VAY7
THE FOLLOWING GENTLEMEN COMPOSE THE EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE:
JOHN L. GALT CHAIRMAN.
6IG SIMON SECRETARY.
J. K. PULLIAM.
J. C. GRAHAM.
R. W. DICK.
W. R. MOORE.
SIDNEY SUGGS.
THE CO-OPERATION OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDER.
ACY IS URGENTLY REQUESTED TO MAKE THE REUNION A STILL
GREATER SUCCESS.
MR. ED ROBERTS HAS BEEN ELECTED SECRETARY AND TREA-
SURER FOR THE REUNION FUND.
I
tation and camp
A. F. JONES
West Main St. Ardmore I. T.
Notice In Bankruptcy.
In the District Court of tbe United
State for tbe Southern district at
Ardmore; In tbe matter of J. W.
I.evlne bankrupt. In bankruptcy:
To tbe creditor of J. W. I.evlne In
tbe Southern diatrlct. In tbe Indian
Territory at Ardmore a bankrupt:
Notice ia hereby given that on the
27th day of May. 1&0J tho anld J. W.
Levlne waa duly adjudged bankrupt
and that tbe flrat meeting of hie
credltora will be held at my otflce at
the court houae In tbe city of Ard-
more on the Oth day of June 190S
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon at which
time the anld creditor may attend
prove tbolr clnlma appoint n trustee
examine tho bankrupt and transact
such other buslneea na may come be-
fore aald mooting.
JOHN IIINKLR
Itoforeo in Bankruptcy.
(First published May 27 1902.)
Notice In Bankruptcy.
In tho dlBtrlct court of tho United
Statoa for tho Southern district at
Ardmore; In tho matter of H. H.
IlurrlB bankrupt In bankruptcy.
To tho creditors of II. II. Hurrls
In tho Southern district In the In-
dian Territory at Ardmoro a bank-
rupt: Notice Is hereby glvon that
on tho 10th day of May 1902 tho said
II. H. Hurrls was duly adjudged bank-
rupt und that tho first mooting of
his creditors will be hold nt my office
ut tho court house In the city of Ard-
more on tho 3d day of Juno 1902 at
10 o'clock In the forenoon nt which
tlmo tho said creditors may attend
provo tbolr claims appoint a trustee
oxnmlno tho bankrupt and transact
such othor business a may come bo-
foro snld mooting.
JOHN HINKLI3
Itoforeo In Hankruptcy.
(First published May 28 1902.)
This 1h a world In which every one
must loam to raako compromises.
Mrs. Mogglo Hoopor Sends MesBnge.
Jofforsonvlllo Ind May 1C 1900.
Popsln Syrup Co. Montlccllo. III.:
Dear Friends: I was bothered with
stomach trouble and dyspepsia for
years. Nothing helped mo until I
tried your grand Dr. Caldwoll's Syr-
up Pepsin and now I fool llko a new
woman. You mny publish this that
nil others mny lenm of the great
bonoflt of your cure.
Slnccroly yours
MUS. .MACIQIK HOOPEIt.
Sold by W. U. Frame Ardmoro and
Mndlll.
You enn got nlmost any man's nt-
toutlon by saying you dlsllko to en-
croach on his vnluable time.
Soldier's Homestead Wanted.
I .pay' spot cash for tho claims of
soldlorfl and widows who made home-
stead entry prior to June 22 1S74 for
ICO acres or less. If soldier be dead
his widow or children Is entitled to
claim. Address J. E. ARNOLD
21-d&w Uox 317 Ardmore I. T.
on July 22 23 and 24
Corn
Bran
Oats
Hay
A Specialty
Genuine Comb Honey
in Pound Frames
OUR Groceries are
the verv best. Plan-
supplies a specialty
Notice In Bankruptcy.
In the United State fourt for the
Southern District of the Indian Ter-
ritory at Ardmore: in the matter of
Arnold Bros. bankrupts.
To tho Hon Hoaea Townsend
judge of the Diatrlct court of the
United Statea for the Southern Dia-
trlct of the Indian Territory:
W. II. Arnold and It. A. Arnold of
Ravkt In tbe Southern District of the
Indian Territory. In aald district res-
pectfully represents that on the 30th
day of October last pat he wa duly
adjudged bankrupt under the acta of
Congresa relating to bankruptcy; that
he baa duly surrendered all bis prop-
erty and rights of property nnd has
fully compiled with all tho require-
ment of sold acta and of the orders
of the court touching his bankruptcy.
Whoroforo ho prays that he may be
decreed by the court to havo a full
discharge from all debts provable
against his estate under said bank-
rupt actB except such debts ns are
oxceptcd by law from such discharge.
Dated this 2Cth day of May 1902.
W. Ii. ARNOLD and R. A. ARNOLD.
Bankrupts:
Southern District of the-Indian Ter-
ritory. On this 2Cth day of May. 1902 on
reading the foregoing petition It Is
ordored by the court that a hearing
bo had upon the same on tho Cth day
of June 1902. boforo said court at
Ardmore in raid district at 10
o'clock In the forenoon; nnd that no
tice thereof bo published In tho Ard-
morelte a newspaper printed In Bald
dlstrct and that all known creditors
nnd othor porsons In interest may ap
pear at the said time and place and
show cause If any they have why
tho prayer of the said petitioner
should not bo granted.
And It Is furthor ordored by the
court that the clerk shall send by
mall to nil known credltora copies of
said petition and this order address
ed to Uiem nt their places of resi-
dence as stated.
Wtness tho Honerablo Hosca
Townsend Judge of tha snld court
nnd tho seal thereof at Ardmore In
said district on the 20 day of May
1902.
C. M. CAMPHRLL Clerk.
First published June 1 1902.
Warning.
If you have kidney or bladder trou-
ble and do. not linn Pnlnv'a lfdlii.iv
Curo you will havo only yourBOlf to
umuiu iur results as it positively
cures nil forms of kidney and bladdor
diseases. Donnor & IJonner.
Tho governor of Arkansas wants to
read St. Paul's Injunction to the Thos-
salonlans chapter 3 verso C.
If you havo never bought a White
Elephant buggy you have never own
ed the .world's best niako.1 Wo hnvo In
U7T .li . . ' . . f .
ui6 nuiumeni o: wnito Elephant
buggieB hacks" and phaetons.
Williams Corhn & Co.
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rflOJt
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Through Sleeping Car with Chance
AT
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Send 2c postage for a "Colo
rado Summer."
W. S. KEENAH G. P. A.
GilTCJton Teiti.
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A NEW FAST TRAIN
Botwoen St. Loots and Kansas City aad
OKLAHOMA CBTY
WICHITA
DENISOIS
SHERMAN
DALLAS
FORT WORTH
knt principal points tn Texas and tbe South-
west. Tbls train Is now thronghout and Is
made op ot tbo finest eqalnaect provided
tnth electric lights and nil other modem
traveling conveniences. It rnns via our now
completed
Red River Division.
Every appliance known to modern car
building and railroading bas been cmplojel
In tbe make-up of this serTlco Including
Cafe Observation Cars7
ander tbo management of Frod. Harvey.
Full Information aa to rates and all details of
a trip via tbls new routo will bo cheerfully
furnished upon application by any repre-
sentative ot the
WE GUARANTEE
Dr. Caldwell's Hyrup I'cpsln to cur
any case ol-Constipation Indigestion
Blclc Headache or Stomach Trouble
whon tatcen according to directions.
DR. W. D. CALDWELL
If after taking two-thirds ( r a fifty
cent or one dollar 1 Kit tlo. It fulls to
do as represented wo will refund tho
purchase price.
fEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY ?NNTo:?ac.LlA
Economy
vs.
Quality
TllPTA IB n luilnt t.l.n i
couses to bo economy.
wneuyuu want real quality and
real economy go to o dentist who lias
llnrl nnllorrn trn Mtni. ... t.i . ...
i i.i j h """""K :UH)inC(l Willi
skilled expcrlnnce-you got modern
methods. Tin nslnHm. .i
saving. h imiu
Dps. WOOD Dentists
Hotel Hampton
Ind Ter.
Special attention to tho traveling
puuuc. . i 0wiy ronovtited.
Double sarnplo room . iBhthin
connection fr0 (0 uu'sont
Ctiests.
m
WW
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