The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 263, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 10, 1903 Page: 2 of 8

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A Temperance Law.
A letter from Superintendent He-no-dlct
who l In chargo of tho schools
of Indian Territory states that tho
following law passed In 188G Is tho
present stntuto In tho Indian Terrl
tory requiring tho nnturo of nioohol
and narcotics to bo taught In the
public schools.
"Bo It enacted by tho senate nnd
houso of roprosontatlves of tlu Unit
ed States of America In congrsr as-
sembled. That tlio inaturo of alco-
holic drinks and narcotics and special
Instruction as to their effects upon
tho human system In connection with
tho several divisions of tho subject
of physiology and hygleno shall be In-
cluded ta tho branches taught In
common or public schools and In tho
military or naval schools and shall
bo studied and taught as thoroughly
and In tho samo manner as othor Hko
required branches aro In said schools
by tho use of text-books In tho hands
of pupils whoro other branches aro
thUH studied In said schools and by
all pupils In all said schools through-
out tho territories In the- military and
naval academies of tho United Statos
and In tho District of Columbia and
In all Indian and colored schools In
tho torrltorle. of tho United States.
"Sec. 2. That It shall bo tuo duty
of tho proper officers In control of any
school described In tho foregoing sec-
tion to enforco tho provisions of tliU
act; and any such officer school di-
rector committee superintendent or
teacher who shall refuse or neglect
lo comply with tho requirements of
his act or shall neglect or fall to
mako proper provisions for tho In-
struction required and in tlio manner
specified by tho first Bcctloa of thl1;
act for all pupils In each and ovory
school under his Jurisdiction shall bo
removed from offlco and tho vacancy
filled as In othor cases.
"Sec. 3. That no cortlflcato Bhall
bo granted to any porsoM. to teach In
tho public schools of (he District of
Columbia or territories aftor tho first
day of January A. D. 1888 who has
not passed a satisfactory oxamlnitlon
In physiology nnd hyglono with spe-
cial roforenco to tho naturo and tho
effects of alcoholic drinks and othor
narcotics upon tho human system.
"Approved May 20 1880."
German Syrup.
"Wo want lo impress on our roadors
that Hoschco's German Synip is posi-
tively tho only preparation on tho
market today that docs rellovo and
euro consumption. It contains tho
specifics such as pure tar oxtrncts of
gums etc. which havo boon so high-
ly endorsed for tho euro of coughs
colds and consumption by tho groat
inodlcnl congresses. Tho consumptive
whether his dlseaso Is In Wb throat oi
lungB must havo rost at night and bo
froo from tho spasms or dry and rack-
ing cough in tho morning. Tho dis-
eased parts want rost healing and
Boothlng troatmont nnd tho pntlout
nods fresh air good food otc. (lor
man Syrup will givo frea and easy
expectoration in tho morning with
speedy and permanent rollof. Smnll
bottles 25c; regular slzo containing
nearly four times as much 7Cc. At
all druggists.
BANKRUPTCY NO " E.
i
In tho United Statos District Court.
Southern District Indian Territory
Doforo Hon. Hoeea Townsend.
Judge.
In tho mattor of J. M. McCarty.
bankrupt in bankruptcy.
To Oio Hon. Hosoa Townsond udg
of tho district court Southern district
Indian Torrltory at Ada I. T.
J. M. McCarty of Ada Southern dis-
trict Indian Torrltory respectfully
represents that on Uio 23d day of July
last past ho was duly adjudged bank-
rupt trader tho act of congress relating
to bankruptcj ; that ho has duly sur
rendered all his property and rights
of property and has fully complied
with nil tho rcqulrcmcnta of said act
and of tho orders of tho court touch
ing his bankruptcy.
Whoroforo ho prays that ho may bo
decreed by tho court to have a full
discharge from nil debts provablo
agafnst his cstato undor said bank-
ruptcy act oxcopt such debts as aro
oxorapt by law from such discharge.
Dated tills tho 5th day of Septem
ber 1903.
J. M. MoCAUTY Bankrupt.
Order of Motion Thereon.
Southern District Indian Torrltory:
On this tho Cth day of September
1003 in reading tho foregoing petition
It Is ordorod by tho court that a hear-
ing bo had on tho samo on tho 7th
of Ootobor 1903 boforo said court at
Ada I. T. In said district at 10
o'clock In tho forenoon and that
notlco bo published in tho Dally
Ardmorolto a nowspapor prlntod In
said district and that all known cred
itors and othor-persons in interest
may Appear nt tho said tlmo and placo
and bIiow cause If any they havo
why tho prayer of said potltloner
should not bo granted. And It Is furth-
er ordered by tho court that tho clork
shall send by mall to all known cred-
itors copies of said petition and tills
ordor addressed to them at their
placo of rosldonco as etatod.
Wltnoss tho Hon. Hosoa Townsend
Judgo of said court and senl thereof
at Ada In said district on tho Cth
day of Soplombor A. D. 1903.
(Seal.) C. M. CA1IPUELL
Clork.
By B. P. C1IBBS Doputy.
First published Sept. 10 1903.
Distress After Eating Cured.
Judge W T. Holland of Grconsburg
Ijx. who is woll and favorably known
says: "Two years ago I suffered
greatly from Indigestion. Aftor eat-
ing great distress would Invariably
rosult lasting for an hour or so and
my nights wore restless. I conoltid
od to try Kodol Dyspopsln Cure nnd
It cured mo entirely. Now my sloop
Is rorrosnlng and ingestion perfect
Sold by nil druggists.
In trying to figure out tho problem
of llfo soma men subtract what t.u
own from what thoy owo.
A Purgative Pleasure.
If you ovor took DoWltt'a Utile
Early Hlsors for blllousuoas or crratl
pation you know what a purgative
ploasuro Is. Tlioso famous llltlo pill
clonnso tho liver and rid tho system
of all bllo without producing unplr
ivnt effects Thoy do not gripo. sicken
or 'weaken but glvo tono and strongtb
to tlio tissues nnd organs' involved.
VT. H. Howell of Houston Tox. says
"No hotter pill can bo used than Lit
tlo Early Illsors for constipation sick
hoadacho etc. Sold by all drug'
gist!.
Whoa tho world owes a man a liv
ing It Invariably settles tho debt on
tho Installment plan.
21 Years a Dyspeptic.
It. H. Fostor 318 S. 2d St. Salt
iAko City writes: "I hr.TO been both.
ercd with dyspopsla or indigestion for
21 years; tried many doctors without
relief; recently I got a bottle of Her
blno. Ono bottle cured mo and I am
now taporing oft on tho sooond. I
havo recommondod it to my friends;
It is curing thorn too." 50c at V. 11
Frames.
A roal good friend is ono who will
Bay you aro sensitive when you aro
quarrelsome.
Notice of First Meting of Creditors.
In tho United Slates Court In tho In
dian Territory Southern District nt
Pauls Valley in bankruptcy.
In tho malrer of E. C Kendall Jr.
bankrupt in bankruptcy.
To tho creditors of E. L. Kendall
Jr. of Pauls Valloy of Southern dis
trict aforesatd a bankrupt.
Notlco is lioroby glvon thnt on tho
9th day of Soptomber 1903 tho snld
E U Kondall Jr. was duly adjudi-
cated bankrupt nnd that tho first
meeting of creditors will bo held nt
Pauls Valloy In tho Southorn district
Indian Torrltory on tho 21st day of
Soptombor 1903 at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon nt which tlmo and placo
Dio said credltore may attend provo
tholr clalniB appoint a trustee ex-
amlno the bankrupt and transact such
otlior business as may proporly como
beforo said meeting.
YERKEIt E. TAYLOR
Roforoo In Bankruptcy.
First published Sopt. 10 1903.
C. O. & Q. EXCURSION RATES.
Annual meeting Soverolgn Grand
Lodge I. O. O. F. Baltlraoro Md
Sopt. 17 18 and 19. Rnto 938.00.
V. A. DASHIELL. Ticket Agt.
Notice In Bankruptcy.
In tho District Court of the United
States for tho Southern District
Ardmora
In tho mattor of V. C. Holland
bankrupt in bankruptcy.
To the creditors of W. C. Holland
In the Southorn district Indian Terrl
tory nt Ardmore a bankrupt: Notlco
Is horcby glvon that on tho lSih
of August 1903 the said W. C. Hoi
land wns duly adjudged bankrupt and
that the first meeting of his crodl-
tora will bo held at my offlco nt tho
courthouse in tho city of Ardmoro on
tho 15th day of Soptombor 1903 at
10 o'clock In tho foronoon at which
tlmo tho said creditors may attend
provo tholr claims appoint a trustoe
oxnmlno tho bankrupt and transact
such othor buslnose as may como be-
foro said mooting. JOHN HIN1CLE
Roforoo In Bankruptcy.
First Published Aug. 31 1903.
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A man Is not necessarily n miser
because ho rofuso to pay compii
monts.
If you aro fitted out Willi a White
Elophant you havo tho 'satisfaction
of knowing that no ono elso ridos in
a bettor buggy. Sold by Williams
Corhn & Co.
Rpltiid From the Dead.
0. V. Landls ''nortor'' for the
Oriental hotel Chnnute Kan. says-
"I know what Is was to Buffor with
nouralgla deed I did and I got a hot-
Uo of Ballard's Snow LInlmont and I
was 'rabjod from tho doad.' I tried
to got eomp moro but boforo I had
'deposed of my botllo I was cured
entirely. I am tollln' do truth too."
26e"B0c ami $1.00 at W. B. Frnmo's.
It never occurs to thorn that In
knows whfen lie has enough.
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Ladies' Tailored
Stilts Cocits$
Skirts Etc.
Are arriving by every Express.JThe
designs workmanship and fabrics are exclus-
ive. All ready we are doing considerable
business on them and it will pay you to visit
this department and make your selection
while stock is complete.
Our Line of
Dress Goods
Embrace all the new productions. We
are showing them in great profusion.
Our Line of Ladies'
SHOES
Just received embrace all the new styles.
We sell the Dority Dood Drew Selby'&f Co.
and Johnson Bros. brands and guarantee
every pair of them to give satisfaction.
It affords us clothing pleasure to an-
nounce we are showing the nobbiest and best
line of
Ready to Wear Clothes
To be found in Ardmore are the Indian Territory
and at prices too that make thorn go. Don't forget this
department if in need of a Suit. We can please the most
exacting.
Madden Sykes & Co.
ONE PRICE. SPOT GASH.
The Only Strictly cash Dry Goods House in Ardmore.
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Big Land Opening.
A largo tract comprising thousand
of ncros of fertlla lands In the fa.
ous ned rivor valloy Is now th'
open to tho publlc'for settlement ThU
oouy oi mnu lies directly adjoining
that rich and fortllo soctlbn known
tho Kiowa and Comancho country of
uKiaaoma on mo nod and Pease rlv.
ore within a fow miles of Vornm
Toxas a flourishing county seat town
of 3.G0O people substantial homes
puuno ouuuings Btrioois and church
cs. Two lines of railroads now com.
pletod; ono (Frisco) runs directly
through tho land. Hero Is a country
where wheat oats co.n. cottr.n ..j
alfalfa fcrow sfdo by side; whoro they
havo a seaboard market and favorilil.j
shipping rates; whero the growing
seasons aro long and thp winters short
nnd mild laws soconl to nono nr
.axes onc-flfth that of Eastca and
Northern statos. Special trains via
the Frisco system will tin to tlm land
leaving St. Louis at 2-3). S:T anj io
p. m. and Kansas CVjr at 7 l"i nnd
1130 p m. Tuesday September is
next Low rato of $1G from St. Louis
and Kansas City to Vernon. Tom
and rotura. Proportionately low rates
irom ail other points.
If It Is your Intention to mako this
trip to socuro a valuablo homeslto
wrllo to It. w. Lemon secretary Fris-
co Systora Immigration Duroau. St
Louis m order that arrangomenU for
your accommodation may bo mado.
t-Sopt. 14.
Croup.
Usually begins with symptoms of
a common cold; thoro Is chilliness
sneezing soro throat hot akin quick
pulse hoarseness and Impolod respir
ation. Glvo frequent small dose3 of
Ballard's Horchound Syrup (Uio child
will cry for It) and ot tho ilrst sign of
a croupy cough apply frcquontly
Ballard's Snow Llnlmenc externally to
tho throat. DO cents at W. D. Framos's.
Fortunato Is tho woman who
chooses her lovo and Is loved by her
choice.
CODOL
DlftiOWhat
You Ell.
Weak
Hearts
Are dus to Indigestion. NInety-nlna
of everyone hundred people who have
heart trouble can remember when It
was simple Indigestion. It Is a scien-
tific fact that all cases of heart dis-
ease not organic are not only trace-
able to but are the direct result of
Indigestion. All food taken Into the
stomach which falls of perfect diges-
tion ferments and swells the stomach
puffing It up against the heart. This
Interferes with the action of the heart
and In the course of time that delicate
but vital organ becomes diseased
Kodol
Digests What You Eat
Mrs. Lorlnt Hlehols of Penn Yen. N. Y..
writes After eitlnr my feed would distress
me by maklnt mr heart palpitate and I would
become rery weik. Finally I tot bottle of
Kodol and It five ma Immediate relief. After
ttslnc a few bottles I am cured.
Kodol cures Indigestion dyspepsia
and all stomach disorders and gives
the heart a full free and untram-
meled action.
Bottles only. $100 Slie boldlnt 2K times
the trial site which sells for SOc.
01 I
Sold by tho City Drug Store
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THROUGH THE HEART OF
The Great Southwest
MISSOURI
KANSAS
INDIAN
TERRITORY
TEXAS.
THROUGH TRAINS
MODERN EQUIPMENT
"A GOOD WAY TO GO"
1 FOR FAST TIME TAKE
J "THE KATY FLYER"
L-t
AHV RAILWAY" AOtNT WILL
Dt UUO TO FUbNI&H
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