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MAN-O'-WAR HAWKS.
i
lmtlirrpi1 HlKlnyniPn Tlint Do
Their 11 all I n U In the Air.
Tho mnno'-wnr lmwk Is n Fomcwhnt
larKo bird and nn expert fisher but he
docs most of lils fishing In tho nlr.
When the booby blnl eonii's borne from
abroad be finds the mano'-wnr hawk
"lnyln' for him" and however persist-
ently he mny . eek to escape by da. hlnj:
flight with much screeching nud
screaming be finds thnt before ho can
safely set foot on the land he must dls-
gorgo a fish or two which tho swift
pursuer adroitly catches In tho nlr. It
seems however to bo generally un-
derstood ns n modus vlvemll between
the fisher and tho pirate birds that
tholr contentions were only on the
Wing and that once on laud they
should dwell jwacefully In their sepa-
rate camping grounds.
The boobies are awkward and un-
wieldy on land nnd may bo easily cap-
tured. They rarely seek to escape when
a man approaches; but accustomed to
meet the demands of their familiar en-
emy the mnno'-wnr hawk by disgorg-
ing a fish In the nlr they frequently re-
sort to the same process and lay at the
feet of the Intruding stranger what
stock of fish they have available. The
mau-o'-war hawks turned this practlco
to their own advantage by following
after any man who might appear
among the nesting birds circling In the
nlr Just overhead ready to pick up tho
fish which the frightened boobies
might give up ns a peace offering. Tho
mnn-o'-war hawks were generally ea-
ger for anything and would hover
closely ready to taku from the hand of
a man whatever he might toss In the
air. On one occasion one of theso birds
swiftly snatched a notebook which lay
for a moment on the ground and sailed
away dropping It however on finding
It to bo neither fish nor rat. Century
Magazine.
A Certain Cure for Dysentery and
Diarrhoea.
"Somq years ngo I was ono of a
patty thnt Intended making n long
bloyclo trip" says F. L. Taylor of Now
Albany Bradford county Pa. "I was
talton suddenly with diarrhoea and
wns about to give up tho trip whon
Editor Ward of the Lacoyvlllo Mob-
son gar suggestod thct I tako a dose of
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Di-
arrhoea Remedy. I purchased n hot-
tlo and took two doses one beforo
starting and one on the route. I rnado
tho trip successfully and nover felt
any 111 o fleet. Again last summer I
was almost complotoly run down with
an attack of dysentory. I bought a
bottlo of this samo romedy nnd this
tlmo ono doio cured me." Sold by City
Drug Storo and F. J. Ramsey.
Whon a girl begins to fall In lovo
slio nets as If she were a fly trying
to cntch a spider In his own web.
Wise Is the prophet who doosn't bet
on his prediction.
Used for Pneumonia.
Dr. J. C. DIshop of Agnew Mich.
says "I havo used Foloy's Honey and
Tar In threo vory sovero cases of
pneumonia with good rosulta In ovcry
case." Rofuso substitutes. For salo
by Bonner & Bonner.
Just because a man doosn't marry
a woman Is not n sign that he doesn't
lovo hor especially when she Is mar-
ried alroady.
You can always toll a female flirt
by the way she doesn't get married.
Foley's Kidney Curo makes tho dis-
eased kidneys sound so they will elim-
inate tho poisons from the blood. For
salo by Bonner & Bonner.
During courtship he talks nnd she
listens; after marriage tho ordor Is reversed.
Tho lazier a man Is
Intends to do tomorrow.
tho more ho
A Communication.
Mr. Editor Allow mo to speak a
few words In favor of Chnmborlaln's
Cough Remedy. I suffered for thrco
years with bronchitis nnd could not
Mocp at nights. I tried sovoral doc-
tors and vnrlous patent medicines but
could got nothing 1. glvo mo any re-
lief until ray wlfo got a bottlo of this
valuablo medicine which has com-
pletely relieved me. W. S. Brockman
Uagnoll Mo. This romedy Is for sale
by City Drug Storo and F. J. Ramsey
Tho music is different but nearly
everything clso Is tho same at a wad-
ding or a funoral.
A TEXAS WONDER.
HALL'O GREAT DISCOVERY.
On small bottle of Hall's Great
Discovery cures all kldnoy and blad-
der troubles removes travel cures
dlabotcs seminal emission weak
and lamo hack rheumatism and all
Irregularities of tho kidneys and
bladder In both woraon and men.
Regulates bladder trouble In children.
If not sold by your druggttt will be
sent by mall on receipt of $1. One
small bottle Is two month's treatment
and will cure any cause abovo men-
tioned. DR. B. W. HAfcli
Sole manufacturer St. Louis Mo for-
merly of Waco Texas.
Bold by all druggist and W. 9.
rrame Ardmore I. T.
READ THIS
Cisco Texas Oct !S. 1901.
Dr. E. W. Hall St. Lov's: Dear
Sir Wo hao sold your Tt a". Won-
dor Hall's Groat Discovery lor sovor-
al years. I frankly Bay that no havo
novor sold a kidney and bladd- medi-
cine that proved to bo a great'-- reme-
dy. MAXWELL &ST. J''tN.
C. O. & G. Special Rate.
KANSAS CITY MO.
Fall Festivities Oct. 1 to 11 1902
On Oct. 3 4 C 7 8 9 and 10 the
G. C. & S. F. will sell round trip
tickots to Kansas City for $13.60.
limited to Oct. 11.
MEMPHIS TENN.
Meeting National Grain Dcalcre'
Association Oct. 1 and 3 1902.
For tho abovo occasion a rato of
ono faro on tho cortlflcato plan
Is authorized by tho C. O. & G.
Sell Sopt. 29 and 30 and Oct. 1
1902.
MACOlt GA.
Annual meeting Farmers' National
Congrosa Oct. 7 1902. On Oct. .
and G tho C. O. & G. railroad will
soil round trip tickets to Macon
Gn. for $27.05. Limited to Oct
12 1902.
WASHINGTON D. C.
Annual meeting G. A. R. Oct. C to
11 1902. On Oct 2 3 4 and 6 the
G. O. & G. railway will soil round
trip tickets to Washington D.
C for JS3.40. For limit see
agent.
On Wodnosdays and Saturdays tho
C. O. & G. will sell round trip tick-
ots for ono faro plus $2.00 to summor
tourist points In Alabama Georgia
Kentucky Missouri North Carolina
South Carolina Tennessee and Vir-
ginia. Limited sixty days.
Special summer excursion rates to
northorn and eastern resorts. One
faro plus $2 for tho round trip.
W. A. DASHIELL
Ticket Agent.
In
BANKRUPTCY NOTICE
tho United States Court for tho
Southorn District of the Indian Ter-
ritory. In tho mattor of R. Stewart
Donnoo bankrupt.
To tho Hon. Hosoa Townsend Judgo
of tho U. S. Court In nnd for tho
Southorn District of tho Indian Ter
ritory:
R. Stewart Dcnneo of Duncan In tho
Southern District of tho Indlnn Terri-
tory respectfully represents that on
tho 13th day of August 1902 last past
ho was duly adjudged bankrupt under
tho acts of congress rolatlng to bank-
ruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered
all his proporty and rights of proper-
ty nnd had fully compiled with all tho
requirements of Bald acts and of tho
orders of tho Court touching his bank
ruptcy.
Wherefore he prays that he may bo
docrood by tho Court to have a full
dlschargo from nil debts provable
against his ostato undor said bank-
ruptcy acts oxcopt such dobts ns are
oxcoptod by law from such dlschargo.
Dated this 19th day of Soptombor
1902. R. STEWART DENNEE.
Bankrupt.
Tako your choice of theso
standard makes of wagons:
Tho Bntn
Tho Springfield
Tho O'Brien
Tho James & Graham
Sold only by Spraglns & Co.
four
Pooplo would got more roal onjoy
mcnt out of money If It took them ns
long to sponu It ns It does to oarn It.
A New Jersey Edltor'e Testimonial.
M. T. Lynch editor of tho Phillips
ourg in. j. ually Post writes: "I
havo used manv kinds of tnnHiMnnn
for coughs nnd colds In my family but
novor anything bo good as Foloy's
Honey and Tar. I can not Bny too
tnucn in praise of It." For sale by
Tho tlmo when ovoryhody roformB
Is nftor ho Is caught.
Alter a woman gets marriod she
wonders three times a day as long as
cho lives what to get for tno fcoxt
meal.
Foley' s Money and Tur
iorenuurensaiesure.io opiates.
BANKRUPTCY NOTICE.
In tho 1'nltod States Court for tho
Southorn District of tho Indian
Torrltory. In tho matter of Dews &
Freeman bankrupts In bankruptcy
No. 1C.
To tho Honorablo Hosoa Townsond
Judgo of tho District Court of the
United Stntos for tho Southorn Dis-
trict of tho Indian Torrltory:
Dows & Freeman consisting of
Joo Dews and J H. Froomn" of Chick-
asha In tho Southorn dlsttlct of tho
Indian Territory in Bald dLtrlct re-
spectfully roprosifts that on tho 12th
day of Soptcmbor 1901 last pn.t ho
was duly adjudged bankrupt under tho
acts of congress rolatlng to bank-
ruptcy; that ho has duly surrondorod
all his proporty and rights of prop-
erty and has fully complied with all
tho requirements of said act and of
tho orders of tho court touching his
bankruptcy.
Whoroforo ho prays that ho may be
decreed by tho court to havo a full dls-
chargo from nil dobts provable ngalnat
his ostato under said bankrupt acts
oxcopt such debts as nro excepted by
law from such discharge.
Dated this first day of Soptombor
A. D. 1902.
DEWS & FREEMAN
Bankrupt.
Chamber of Commgree Con-mittce.
Finance J. A. Bivens C. L. Ander
son J. A. Madden.
Manufacturing and mercantile In-
torosts C. R. ones J. R. Pennington.
K. P. Cnrapboli.
Public highways Max Wnthelmer.
L. B. Roberson W. S. Wolverton A.
H. Pa'mor H. H. Pennington.
Advertising Slg Simon T. K. Colo-
man Orln Redfleld.
Railroads otc W. A. Lodbttter F.
M. Gates John L. Gait W. F. Whit-
tlngton C. L. Herbert.
Agriculture J. li. Boone John F.
Easloy J. S. Mullen M. Munzoshelraer.
Momborshlp C. L. Byrne R. W.
Dick Don Lacy.
Entortnlnments John L. Gait A.
V. Doak E. W. Roberts.
House R. W. Dick W. A. Wolver-
ton A. C. Young.
rbltration C. L. Herbert Leo
Cruco D. E. Allon W. P. Poland J.
B. Spraglns.
SIDNEY SUGGS Pres.
C. L. BYRNE Sec'y.
In
Southorn District of tho Indian Torrl-
tory sa:
On this Sth day of September A.
D. 1902 on reading tho foregoing pe-
tition It is ordered by tho court
that a hearing bo had upon
tho samo on tho 4th day of
October A. D. 1902 boforo snid court
at Chlckasha In said district at 9
o'clock In tho forenoon; nnd that no-
tlco thoroof bo published in tho
Ardmorolto a nowspapor printed In
said district and that all known credi-
tors and other porsons in interost may
nppear at the said time and place and
show cause If any thoy havo why the
prayer of said petitioner should not
be granted.
And It Is further ordered by the
court that tho clork shall sond by
mall to nil known creditors copies of
said potltlon and this order addressed
to thorn at their placos of rosldence
ns stated.
Witness the Honorablo Hosca
Townsond Judgo of tho said court
and tho seal thoroof at Chlckasha in
said district on tho 8th day of Sep-
tember 1902.
(Seal.)
C. M. CAMPBELL Clork.
By J. W. SPEAKE Doputy Clerk.
First published Sopt. 9 1902.
BANKRUPTCY NOTICE
tho United States Court for the
Southern District of tho Indian
Territory. In the mattor of Joe
Dow3 bankkrupt In bankruptcy
No. 20.
To tho Honorablo Hosea Townsend
Judgo of tho District Court of the
United States for tho Southern Dis-
trict of tho Indian Territory:
Joo Dows of Chlcknsha. In tho
Southern district of tho Indlnn Terri-
tory In said district respectfully rep
resents that on tho 5th day of October.
last past ho was duly adjudged bank
rupt undor tho acts of congress rolnt-
lng to bankrupcty; that ho has duly
surrendered all his proporty nnd
rlghtB of property and has fully com
plied with nil tho requirements of said
acts and of tho orders of tho court
touching his bankruptcy.
Whereforo he prays that ho may be
decreed by tho court to have n full dis-
charge from all debts provable against
his ostato under sold bankrupt acts
except such debts aB are excepted by
law from such discharge.
Dated this first day of Soptembor
. D. 1902.
JOE DEWS
Bankrupt.
Indian Torrltory. Southorn District ss:
On this the 20th day of Soptombor
1902 on reading tho forogolng potl-
tlon It Is ordorod by tho Court that a
hearing bo had upon tho samo on tho
13th day of Octobor 1902 bofore said
Court atlRyan In said District at 2
o'clock p. m. and that notlco thoroof
ho published In tho Ardmorolto a
nowspapor publlshod In said District
that all known crodltors and othor
porsons In Interest may appear at Bald
tlmo nnd placo and show cause If any
thoy hnvo why tho prayor of said po-
tltlonor Bhould not bo granted.
And It Is furthor ordered by tho
Court that tho clerk shall send by mall
to all known creditors copies of said
petition and this ordor addressed to
thorn nt tholr placoa of rosldenco as
stated.
V Itness tho Hon. Hosea Townsond
Judgo of said Court and tho seal
thoroof at Ryan In said District on
tho 20th day of September. 1902.
C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By S. H. WOOTTON Doputy.
(Seal)
First published Sopt. 23 1902.
Avoid Borlous results of kldnoy or
umuuor uisorucr Dy taking Foloy's
Kldnoy Cure. For salo by Bonner &
uuunor.
Somo music hath charms that would
drive a savage to drink.
BANKRUPTCY NOTICE.
In tho United Statos Court for tho
Southorn District of tho Indian
Torrltory. In tho mattor of J. D.
Porry & Co. bankrupts in bank-
ruptcy No. 17.
To tho Honorablo Hosea Townsend
Judgo of tho Dstrlct Court of tho
United States for tho Southorn Dis-
trict of tho Indian Territory:
J. D. Perry & Co consisting of J.
D. Perry Joo Dows and J. II. Freeman
of Chlckasha In tho Southern district
of tho Indian Territory In Bald dis-
trict respectfully represents that on
tho 12th day of Soptombor 1901 last
past ho was duly adjudged bankrupt
undor tho acts of congress relating to
bankruptcy; that ho has duly surren-
dered all his property and rights of
proporty nnd has fully compiled with
all tho requirements of said acts and
of tho orders of tho court touching his
bankruptcy.
Whoreforo ho prays that ho may he
decreed by tho court to havo a full dls
chargo from all dobts provable against
his ostato undor said bankrupt acts
oxcopt such dobts as aro excepted by
'aw from such discbarge.
Dated this first day of Soptombor
A. D. 1902.
J. D. PERRY & Co.
Bankrupt.
Southorn District of tho Indian Tcrrl
tory ss:
On this Sth dny of Soptombor A.
D. 1902 on reading tho forogolng pe
tltlon It Is ordorod by tho court
that n hearing bo had upon
tho somo on tho 4th day of
October A. D. 1902 beforo said court
at ChlckaBha in said district at
o'clock In tho forenoon; and that no-
tlco thoroof bo published In tho
Ardmorolto. a nowspapor printed In
said district and that all known credl
tors and othor persons In Interest may
appear at tho said tlmo and placo and
show causo if any thoy havo why tho
prayor of eald potltlonor should not
bo granted.
And It Is further ordered by tho
court that tho clork shall send by
mnll to all known crodltors copies of
said potltlon nnd this ordor addressed
to thorn nt their nlaccs of resldonco
as stated.
Witness tho Honorablo Hosca
Townsend Judgo of tho said court
and tho seal thoroof nt Chlckasha in
said district on tho Sth day of Sep
tombpr 1902.
(Seal.)
O. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By J. W. SPEAKE Doputy Clerk
First published Sopt. 9 1902.
Southorn District of tho Indian Torrl
tory ss:
On this 8th day of Soptombor A.
D. 1902 on reading tho forogolng pe-
tition It Is ordered by tfio court
that a hearing bo had upon
tho samo on tho 4th day of
Octobor A. D. 1902 boforo said court
at Chlckasha In said district at 9
o'clock in tho forenoon; and that no-
tlco thereof bo published in the
Ardmorolto a newspaper printed In
Bald district nnd that nil known credi-
tors nnd othor porsons In Interest may
appear at tho said tlmo and place and
show causo if nny thoy have why tho
prayor of said potltlonor should not
bo granted.
And It is further ordored by the
court that tho clerk shall send by
mall to all known creditors copies of
Bald petition and this order addressed
to them at their placos of residence
as stated.
Witness tho Honorablo Hosea
Townsend Judgo of tho said court
and tho seal thereof at Chlckasha In
said district on the Sth dny of Sep
tember 1902.
(Seal.)
C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By J. W. SPEAKE Deputy Clerk.
First published Sept. 9 1902.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
!n the Unkod States Court for the
Southern District of the Indian Ter-
ritory. In the matter of T. H. East
bankrupt: In bnnkruptcy. No. 21.
To the Honorablo Hosea Townsond
Judge of tho District Court of the
United Statos for tho Southorn Dis-
trict of the Indian Teriltory:
T. H. East of Chlckasha in the
Southern District of the Indian Terri
tory in said District respectfully rep
resents that on the 7th dny of Octo-
ber last past he was duly adjudged
bankrupt under' the nets of congress
relating to bankruptcy; that ho has
duly surrendered all his property and
rights of property and has fully com-
plied with ail tho requirements of Bald
acts nnd of the orders of the Court
touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore he prays that ho may bo
decreed by tho Court to havo a full
dlschargo from nil debts provable
against tho ostato undor said bankrupt
cy ffts oxcopt such debts as aro ex-
cepted by law from such discharge.
Dated this 17th dny of September
A. D. 1902.
T. H. EAST Bankrupt.
Southorn District of tho Indian Terri
tory ss:
On this 17th day of September A.
. 1902 on reading tho foregoing ne-
titlon It Is ordored by the Court that
bearing be had upon the samo on
tho 9th day of Octobor A. D. 1902 bo-
foro said Court at Chlckasha In snld
District at 9 o'clock In tho forenoon;
and that notlco thereof be publlshod
fn Tho Ardmorelte. a newsnnner nrlnt-
ed in said District nnd that all known
creditors and othor porsons In Intorcst
may nppear at the said tlmo and nlaco
and show causo If any they have why
tho prayer of said petitioner should
not bo granted.
And it Is further ordered by the
Court that the clerk shall send by mall
to all known creditors conies of said
petition and this order addressed to
them at their places of resldenco as
stated.
Witness the Honorable Hosea Town-
send Judge of the snid Court and the
seal thereof nt Chlckasha In said Dis
trict on Sept. 17 1902.
C. M. CAMPBELL Clork.
By J. W. SPEAKE Deputy Clerk.
(Seal of tho Court)
First published Sept. 19 1902.
KEMP & WAYTURBY
General Livery Business
UACKS meet all trains
at Ravia day and
night.
Tishomingo I. T.
SOME MEN PAY
for an expert to
manoco their ad-
nro others
$10000
vertisincr. There
who JK for an nnnunl eubscrip-
pay V tion to Printer's Ink
and learn what all the advertis
ers aro thinking abont.
But even these are not the extreme
reached. There are men who loio ore
tlfin nnn a Tear doing neither. Fo
vivviuuu (gmple copy aend 18 oenta t
I' smiBK'a ink no. id aproce oi n i
HACK LINE
Davis
TO
Sulphur.
Meets all trains. Good
accommodations and
oromot service- Wire
or telephone
J. R. BLYTHE
Davis. lnd.Ter
BANKRUPTCY NOTICE.
In tho United States Court for
Southorn District of the I
Torrltory. In tho r.iati.i of
Freeman bankrupt it.
No. 19.
To tho Honorablo Hosea Towi
Judge of tho District Cou. : ui
United States for the Southcri
trlct of tho Indlnn Territory;
J. H. Freeman of Chlcknsha l
Southern district of tho Indian '
tory. In said district respectful!:
resents that on tho fifth dny o
tober 1901 last past he was du
Judged bankrupt under tho nt
congress relating to bankruptcy;
ho has duly surrendered all his
erty and rights of property an
fully complied with all tho re
ments of said acts and of tho c
of tho court touching his bankn
Wherefore ho prays that ho m
decreed by tho court to havo afu
charge from all debts provable ai
his estate under sold bankrupt
except such debts ns aro except'
law from such discharge.
Dated this first day of Septe
A. D. 1902.
J. H. FItEEMA!
Banlcr
You will never find a better oppor
tunity than now to got rid of that
old buggy and buy ono of these now
White Elephants that wo havo just
unloaded.
WILLIAMS CORHN & CO.
outhorn District of tho Indian
tory ss: I
On this Sth day of Septomb
). 1902 on rondlng tho forogolt
tltlon It Is ordered by tho
that a hearing bo had
tho somo on tho 4th di
October A. D. 1902 boforo said'
at Chlcknsha In said district '
i'clock In tho forenoon; and th
tlco thereof bo published it
iVrdmorolte a newspaper prlnto
said district and that nil known;
tors nnd othor porsons In lnteres1
appear nt tho said timo and pla
show causo if any they have wi
prayer of said potltlonor shoul
he grnnted. .
And It is further ordered 1
court that the clork shall sen
mall to all known editors col
snld petition and this order ndd
to them nt their places of req
as stated.
Witness tho Honorablo ;..
Townsend judgo of tho said
and tho seal thereof nt Chlckai
saiu district on the Sth day &
tembor 1902.
(Seal.)
C. M. CAMPBELL
By' J. W. SPEAKE Doputy
First publlshod Sept. 9 1902.
CHEAP SETTLERS' RATES TOTHE
FAR WEST AND NORTHWEST.
Tho Burlington Itouto renews the
one-way Settlors' rato of $25.00 from
Missouri Itlver to California Portland
and tho Puget Sound country every
day during Soptembor and October
with correspondingly low rates to the
Spokano District and the Butte-Ho-
cna District; also proportionate rates
from Interior Missouri Kansas and
Southern territory.
"The BurllnQton Northern Pacific
Express" Is tho great through train
eavlng Kansas City dally for the
Northwest. Through Coaches. Chair
Cars (seats free) Standard and Tour-
ist Sleepers to Butte Helena Spo
kane Tacoma Seattle Portland Con
nectlonB train from Denver at night
Joining this northwest train at Al
Hance Neb.
VISIT THE OLD HOME EAST.
Homo visitors' excursion to points
In Ohio and Indiana; dates of Bale
September 2 9 16 and 23; limit 30
days.
Also excursion rates to Ohio and
Indiana during the first week of Oc-
tober at the time of tho big Grand
Army reunion ai Washington D. C
TO CHICAGO. Tho Burlington's
famous "Ell" is tho best known and
moat popular train from Kansas City
and St. Joseph to Chicago.
TO ST. LOUIS. Two dally trains
carrying all classes of standard Bur
lngton equipment.
HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS.
On the first and third Tuesdays of
August Soptembor and October to
many sections of tho West and North
west.
consult nearest ticket agent or
write the undersigned for full inform'
atlon printed matter and tho loast
cost of your proposed trip.
L. L. WAKELY G. P. A.
SL Louis Mo.
L. J. BRICKER T. P. A.
283 Main St. Kansas City Mo.
C. M. LEVEY Gen Manor...
St. Louis Mo.
$100 Reward 5
Will bo paid by tho Chickasaw
i Stockmen's Association for tho i
arrest and conviction of anyone f
any member of this Association.
Notify JetT Payne. Pnuls Vnl-
j ley Charley Roil Roll I. T.
J or W. L. Lapslcy Wynnowood
I. T. Inspectors.
DR. T. P. HowELt Pres.
5 O. V. Haley Soo.
Notice of Bankruptcy.
In tho United States Court ft
Southern District oi tho Indl!1
ritory. In tho matter of
Crank In bankruptcy. No
To tho Honorablo Hosea Tot
T 1 1 f 1 rn nf Jfin TMe.t.t r. . i 1
trict Court of tho United St
1. ri-...t ' -. . . . ... '''
iuu oumuurn jjisirict 01 tnen
Territory: t;
Virginia C. Crank of Ardmort
Southern district of tho India
tory. In Bald district respectfU
resents that on tho 31st day j"
last past sho was duly adjudga1
rupt under tho acts of conerei1 1
Ing to bankruptcy; that sho h)1
surrendered all her proper)11'
rights of property and haB fujrt
plied with all tho requirement '
acts and of tho orders of thF
touching her bankruptcy. P
Whoreforo sho pray3 that is
bo decreed by tho court to hafui
dlschargo from all dobts rc
against her estato under sain
rupt acts except such debts' D
excepted by law from such dioi
Dated this 2d day of Julllic
1902. VIRGINIA Cltit
Baa. i
Indian1
Southorn District of
tory ss:
On this 2d day of July. A
n . ..j
uu r-iiuniK uio ioregoing POUS .
ordorod by tho court that ajoh
uu uiux upoa samo on mo Z'Jiuri
Soptembor A. D. 1902 boM'0
court nt Chlckasha In said!"
ui j iu.it iu uio iorenoon; Q
notlco thereof bo tint
In tho Ardmorolto a The
paper printed In said !'!."
and that all known creditors;
er persons In Interest may I
tho said timo and Dlaco ai
cause it any they have whypc
er of tho said petitioner shoii
P
granted. f"
And It is furthor ordorcdii-i
court that tho clerk shall bcdi T
to all known creditors coplpe
petition and this order adff
them at their places of resf.ni
stated. for
Wltnn-Q lh TTnnn-olitrflflrl
..... UIU .llt .h"tl
Tntvnann 4nArn f IIia ant C
and tho seal thoroof at Aif
Bald district on tho 2d daynR.
1902. C. M. CAMPS T
(Seal of Court.)
800
First publlshod Aug. 24 ijn
jaot
Every now stylo of bugg?ns'
sentcd .In tho now car of 1 T1
phants wo havo unloaded p
WILLIAMS CORH1 y a
nnu
When a man apologizes tlioai
It Is a sign sho has been
I . . por
ovu v.iy uiBui;reea!e.

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