The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 99, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 22, 1900 Page: 3 of 4
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Men put in the best years of their live
in the pursuit of riche. Cne class works
with the head and the other with the mus-
cles. Each caves more for dollars than for
health. The brain is taxed t the utmost
f I . schemes and the
uouy is worn out with
constant unremitting: toil. Just about the
time a man stops to take account of things
he find the dollars have come but health
has deparV'1 Then he reverses matters
completely. He devotes the rest of his life
to spending1 his dollars to teg-ain his health.
What a man with worn-out body and
tired brain needs most of all is a' good
stomach. lr. Pierre's Golden Medical
Discovery is the proper remedy to set the
stomach right. This medicine will make
his appetite (rood make his weak stomach
strong and help it to digest the fopd he puts
into it. Good digestion makes pure blood
and pure blood virilizes the whole system.
This great remedy also cures those who
have sore throat a persistent cough weak
and bleeding lungs and bronchitis all of
which often arise from weak stomach and
consequent indigestion. It is a cleansing
strengthening purirVyingr invigorating al-
terative tonic. It puts life into the blood
and nerves into the brain and body. It
cures every form of indigestion makes the
sleep sound and nerves steady. There is
nothing so good and you should refuse all
substitutes offered by dealers.
' I had catarrh for four years and also liver
sad kidney trouble." writes John A. Callowav.
Ksq. of No. 21S jfith Street. Colnmtnis. Ga.
" when it would commence troubling me I
would have a slight aching a little below the
chest. In iS I broke out in lumps all over and
when these left the skin peeled off. I took six
bottlesof Dr. Puree's f.olden Medical Discovers-
two bottles Tf his 'Pleasant Pellets" and I be-
lieve I am sound and well. I have a Rood appe-
tite; before 1 commenced treatment I had no
appetite at all."
In the Senate.
Washington Feb. 21 Mr. Pen-
rose (Pa.) I his morning gave notice
that on Washington's birthday
immediately after the reading of
Washington's faiewell address he
would call up the senate resolution
providing that "the lion. M. S.
Quay .fs not entitled to take his sent
in this body as a senator from the
state of Pennsylvania."
There is no better medicine for the
babies than Chamberlain'a Cough
Remedy. Its pleasant taste and
prompt and effectual cures make it a
favorite with mothers and small chil-
dred. It quickly cures their coughs
and colds preventing pneumonia or
other serious consequences. It also
cures croup and has been used in
tens of thousands of cases without a
single failure so far as we have been
able to learn. It not only cures croup
but when given as aoon as"thecroupy
cough appears wild prevent the at-
tack. In cases of whooping cough
it liquidate the touah mucous mak-
ing it easier to expectorate and leas-
ens the severity and frequency of the
the paroxysms of coughing thus de
Driving that disease of all dangerous
consequences. For sale by City Drug
Store and T. N. Coleman.
The Laundry Office.
The Ardmore Steam Laundry
office is in the rear of Mason &
Mason's drug store until further
notice. lileakiuore. Rollins &
Writing out New . Leases.
"Up to this date there have been
550 new leases made this year in
the Creek nation" says Mr. Mose
Lyon of .The Dawes commUsiou.
"These leases so far are mostly
grazing leases but there are yuiet
n mi v v- ! u i
uumurr ui agricultural leases ai-
ready made and it is probable that
some of the land that has hitherto j
been given over to grazing purpos-
es has been this year fenced and
turned over for agricultural pur- j
poses and there are numbers noi
doubt who since they have seemed ;
allotments wiil utilize their land!
for agricultural purposes. j
"Time was when a grazing orl
agricultural lease in the Creek na-
tion could be written on any old
paper with a lead pencil or inj it
mattered uot which but that day
has passed together with many
other institutions of the red man.
"Now there has to be the .original
lease and two copies. The origi-
nal lease is made out by the Dawes
commission and sent to the secreta
ry of the interior for his approval.
It it is approved the secretary
sends it back and it is then filed in
the archives of tha Dawes commis-
sion. One copy is given to the
lessee and one copy to the leasor."
The' work of leasing the Indians'
lands entails an additional amount
of work on the Dawes commission
and it has to be done by the same
force aud outside of routine busi-
ness that conies up every day and
"keeps the clerks busy. Leases
will continue to be) executed until
along the first part of Juue when
they will drop off somewhat.
iTtTTTc?!T TTTT n7PTl
H r ivi 0
Is capricious in its methods of attack son people drift-
ing into the clutches of the relentless demon almost un-
consciously while others are stricken at once with all the
severity tie disease is capable of inflicting making the
robust man of to-day the cripple of to-morrow. Wilis
the greater per cent of sufferers from Rheumatism are
people well advanced in years yet the alarming increase
of the disease among persons in the prime of life calls fcr
the most active efforts on onr part to make known the
positive curative properties of S. 8. 8. (Swift's Specific).
Medical authorities agree that Rheumatism is due to aa
acid poison therefore the only way to cure the disease
should be to thoroughly eradicate this peculiar poison
from the blood; but the system of a person afflicted with
Rheumatism is so badly deranged that it can not recuper-
ate under the noxious treatment of physician's potash
and mineral mixtures. Their method of endeavoring to
effect a enre bv suhatitntine- one noison for another creates
a complication of new disorders that reduce the patient to a state of com-
plete collapse. S. S. S. by its great solvent properties neutralises tfcia
poisou ana eliminates it tnrough the channels nature
has provided for the exit of refuse matter and boing
purely vegetable .stimulates and strengthens the stomach
?.ad general digestion.
"For years I suffered with Sciatic Rheamatlsm. which
the but physicians were unable to reliefe." write Mr. Aaa Smith
I Oreeavastle. Ind. -1 took many patent mod ietaes that did not
reach my trouble and gradually grew worm until I wan in f eon
helpless condition that 1 could not take in food or handle myself
In any way; I was ahsohtvely helpless. A few hoMles of S. 8. 8.
relieved me to such an extent that I was soon able to move my
right arm. and before long I could walk across the room and
cou tinning the treatment I was completely cured and am as well
S. S. S. CURES RHEUMATISM.
Mr. J.X.Manson of Mnrfrees born Tenn. writes :"STral years
ago I was afflicted with what the doctors called 8taU Rheuma-
tism or Lumbago suffering the moat intense agony at times and
being confined to my bed for about a year although four of the
best physicians (one of them my father) attended me during my
Illness. They could give me only temporary relief and I think
they tried about all the remedies known to medical aalenee dosing
ine Tith strong medicines until my stomach got into such con-
dition that 1 could digest nothing and neither mrself nor my
friends had any hope of my recoTery. I was peiwueded to try 8. S. 6 .
and before InUhlng the flrst bottle I found I had the right remedy.
1 continued to take it until it cured me perfectly. This was about
nine years ago and I hare been in splendid health ever since.
We have just issued a new and valuable book on Rheu
matism a copy of which we will be pleased to send to
afflicted with this disease. SWIFT SPECIFIC 00.. Atlanta da.
A TEXAS WONDER.
For a clear complexion bright
sparkling eyes and vigorous diges-
tion take Prickly Ash Bitters. It
puts the system in perfect order.
Sold by W. B. Frame.
"I had 'dyspepsia for years. No
medicine was so effective as Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. It gave immediate
relief. Two bottles produced marvel-
ous results." Writes L. II. Warreff
Albany Wis. 'It digests what you
eat and cannot fail to cure. W. B.
Are you restless at-night and bar-
rasaed by a bad cough? Use Ballard's
Horebound Syrup. It will secure you
sound sleep and effect a prompt and
radical cure. Price 25 and "0 cents.
City Drug Store W. B. Frame.
BALL'S CHEAT DISCOVERY.
One small bottle of Hall's Great
Discovery cures all kidney and blad-
der troubles removes gravel cures
diabetes seminal emissions weak
and lame back rheumatism and all
irregularities of the kidneys and
bladder in both men and women.
Regulates bladder trouble in chil-
dren. It not sold by your druggist
will be sent by mail on receipt of SI.
One email bottle is two month's
treatment and will cure any cause
Dr. E. W. Hall
Sole manufacturer St. Louis Mo.
formerly Waco Texas.
Bold by all druggists and W. B.
Frame Ardmore I. T.
Dallas. Tex.. Oct. 14. 1899. This is
to certify that I have been considered
incurable by two good physicians
both saying I bad Bright's kidney
disease. After using one and one-
half bottles of Hall's Oreat Discovery
of Waco Texas I think my troubles
are at an end. H. w. brown
St. George Hotel.
W. S. Pbilpot Albany Ga. says
'De Witt's Little Early Risers did me
more good than any pill I ever
took." The famous little pills for
constipation biliousness and liver
and bowel troubles. W. B. Frame
Reasonable as Snowf lakes
Saving Money by Buying
From Us Is Like
"I think I would-go crazy with pain
wnre it not for Chamberlain's Pain
Balm" writes Mr. W. H. Stapleton
llernianie Pa. "I have been afflict-
ed with rheumatism for several years
and have tried remedies without
number but Pain Balm is tbe best
medicine I have got hold of." One
application relieves ths pain. Sold
by City Drug Store and T. N. Coleman.
FEB' Y 21
Nominal Excursion Rate
In the United States District Court In the
Indian Territory Southern District:
C. H Brown Plaintiff )
vs. No. -40.
Penrl Hrown. Defendant I
The defendant Pearl Brown Is warned
to aiiear in this court in thirty daya and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff. C II.
Witness the Hon. Hosea Townsend.-judfre
of said court and the seal thereof this lOlh
day of February. 1900.
1st-al C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
Furtnan Herbert A: Mathews Attorneys.
R. Crockett. Atty non-resident.
First published Feb. 11. 1900.
Santa Fe Route
Ca'l on ticket agents for program.
Three davs' Entertainment.
' W. S. KEENAN G. P. A.
Prompt attention will
be given to all Sanitary
work. Notify me thro
the postoffice Box 704
MULES WANTED I
x . A L - . r
m If JIM. lilili
tyli) iit Jilliiiil
GULF COLORADO & SANTA FE R. R. CO.
Monterey Mex. Feb. 2"tb Bull
Fight Rate 110.70 for round trip
from Ardmore. Sell Feb. 21st and
22nd; return ten days from date of
Annual Meeting Cattle Kaisers' As-
sociation Fort Worth Tex. March
13th and 14th Rate for round trio
from Ardmore 13.80; sell March 12tb
and 13th; return March lutb.
Chicago Feb. 27 to March 1 an
nual meeting Department Superinten
dents' National Educational Associa-
tion; one and one-third fares on cer-
Chicago 111. Feb. and March
Merobants' Meeting; one and one'
fifth fares for round trip. Sales
Feb. 17 to 23 inclusive return March
Sales March 3 to 9 inclusive re
turn March 17. Sales March 17 to 23
inclusive return Marcbl. If 200 or
more ceriiuuaieo are prenempu.
Spring meeting Interstate Merch
ants Association St. Louis February
March and April 1900. One and one-
Uftn fare. Hell et'y 14 to zo in
clusive. Return up to Mar. 8. March
3 to 15 inclusive. Return up to Mar.
25. March 19 to 31 inclusive. Return
up to April 10. April 5 to 17 inclusive.
Return up to April n.
W. O. K.EUNAN
O. P. A.
John Dirr Poseyville Ind. says
I never used anything as good as
One Minute Cough Cure. We are
never without it. Quickly breaks
up colds and coughs. Cures all throat
and lung troubles. Its use will pre
vent consumption. Pleasant to take
W. B. Frame.
Mill nachinery For Sale.
One 32-inch under runner Mini-
6on wheat mill.
Oue 30-inch Coleniau corn mill
One Middlings roll.
One wheat or corn break.
Boltine couipment for wheat
Elevators conveyors etc. Shaft
ing and pulleys etc.
One Fairbank's dormant wheat
scales with hopper and track
2500 pounds eapacit3
This machinery was nut in
Todd & Stanley of St. Louis and
has done and will do good work
Will sell low or exchauge for
stock or other- good property
AdpIv. Thos. Robinson
21-lmdw Marietta I. T
Don't irritate your Inngs with
stubborn cough when a pleasant an
effective remedy may be found in
Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Price
25 and ."0 cents. Sold by City Drug
Store W. B. Frame.
In tbe United Stares .Ustrlot rottrt in the
Indian Territory. Southern Ditric-t:
Will Holder Plaintiff
vs So. 3MT7.
M.irr Holder. Defonda'.it. I
The defendant Mary Holder is warned
to appear in liis court In thirty days and
answer tbe complaint of the plaintiff. Will
Witness Hon. Hoaoa Townsend. ludgt-
of said rourt and tbe seal thereof this -rih
day of January 1900.
(sbl C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
Fowler & Wood Attorneys.
kdtcar Wllholm. Atty for non-reaident.
First published Feb. 1.
Felt Slnulos all colors with fixture?
L:irge Pencil Tablet
Fine Ink Tablet
12 Lend Pencils for
.2 for 3.V
Nice Walking fanes
Heavy 4 strand Hrooni.
.15c 2"e Wet and .T-V each
Cindniiati Racket Store
(St. Louig and San Francisco tty.)
St. Louis ;
AND ALL POINTS
Pullman Observation Sleeper;
Solid Vet.buled. Trains''.
Double Daily Serviee.
The Only Line to Eurekji Srioirs
- Ark. Harvey's Popular
Pining Halls. .
V A. TULEY Southwe&tern
Passenger Agent 2"9 Main
street Dallas Texas.
) IM .ia J
FEW FACTS SSSSi
We Mi the Stock ol tbe City.
OUll Prices aie as close as any.
OUR Treatment of Patrons is Fair.
OUK Service U tbe Promptest.
CAN ALWAYS BK KOUN1 WITH t !
For We Sell
A. Ladbttar. W. li Wlohrly
LKDBKTTKR & WIMBEKLY.
AND THE.. "
PRINCIPAL CITIES OP
m$m CUFFET SLEEFwa
Bladao Bnllding-. Ardmora.
al. L. Garrett. W. B. Bins' baia.
GARRETT & BINGHAM
Office la Wheeler balldlnc. oDDoaite toon
nous. Ardsaor. I. T.
M. T. FELKER.
luui biiiiiu yiiiiii
JOSEPH P. MULLEN.
Attosnky and Counselor at Law.
CaiatniaL Law a Sfboialtt. .
Oeneral law prsntle la tba conns of th I
Indian Territory: u. a. supramo ooun.wain-
iDirton: court of claims: coart ol aDDoals
ElarntB jnaioiai aiatrtci: simduti oeparv
uent. Offlco. woat sfala atroau aaar s
court housa Ardmora I. T.
OPERATED BY THE CO UFA ft Y.
C. C. Pottar. W. D. Potter.
O. U Pottor.l
C. B. Potter. "" t
Ol OalnesTtlle. Tax J
POTTER. POTTER & POTTER
ABDMORK I. T.
Office over Sass Crawford ta Cruoe.
Cruce and Oruce building-. Will do ciTll
and criminal practice la all court a la the
LEDBETTER A BLSDSOE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
. D. LftWREt
Blacksmithinsr and wood work
Repairing old and erecting new
machinery a specialty.
Shon. South Court Street one
door from Fire Department Kn-
gino House. Ardmore. I. T.
OIBce. la Ledbettar
Mala a tree v.
Bledsoe baildlng I
H. U.Fannaa. O.U Herbert. Jat Mathers
FURMAN. HERBERT ft MATHER8
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
For Louis 'CHlKp.
and the CAOTe
Lewis bnlldlaa-. Ard
aaara Maw PwOamasi Vssirsali
Mew CKaJr Cars.
T nm l-:itpl iii the store of Burch
& Vernor .where I am prepared to do
all kinds of repairing and new worK
Call on me.
JOHN F. BUTTON.
H. C. Potterf. W. F. Bowman
POTTER & BOWMAN .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Krnaat Im. RtMomnktr.
Offloe npstalra la the Hardj balldlaaf
Ardmore. I. T.
HARDY & HARDY.
Attorneyb at Law.
arfy Una Kuanlot! ThratafR
Ceach es and ties ears la Mew
Orleaas WUbeas Oaasfa..s
OlB le upstairs
Ardmore. I. T.
la tbe Hardy balldiag.
United States ct America. Southern Dis-
trict Indian Territory :
Before 8. U. Bradford. United State. com-
missioner for the llrot ronimisxionrr's dis-
trict. Indian Territory.
J.J.Hancock Plaintiff. I
Jobn Allen. Defendant I
Th defendant Johir Allen. la warned to up-
.near in this court within thirty davs and
ianaer tbe complalbt of the plaintiff J. J
Witness my signature ami orociai seal mis
February rath 19CU. H. H. haim
J. P. Mullen attorney for plalntin.
Lee Cruce. attorney for nwn-rciident
First published Feb. 13 l'.
Ardmore Machine Shops
livery pieee f work turned
out promptly. Machine work a
C. B. MORRIS Trop'r. j
B. V. IlKNaoa Notary Public.
U B. THORNE
C. f. TURNCX -
wi rw. r .-i SmmI r. tMm W
aa4 6ea I Mar a4 SI
J. W. MOVFETT
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON.
From U hands up;
in good condition.
from 3 to 7 years old and
In Ihe United 8tat District evurt In the
Iudian Territory tnutliern dimrirt:
Oeo. W. Daviit iilalutlff. I
vs. No. 401?.
.t Im a Txvlii Defendant I
Tha defendant Katie A. Da' is. in warned
to appear In this court in thirty days and
an.swer the complaint of the idaintlff. tleo
Witnesa Hon. Hosea Tom nsend. Judge of
aid con rt and the seal thereof this llth
day of Peb. 1900.
C. M. OA M PBELU Clerk.
Riley & Reynolds Attorney.
Bummers Hardy. Atty non-resident.
First published Feb W tsoo
South Caddo St. Ardmore I. T.lBsaSSSS-
H. J. DIXON
Shoo fourth door east of P. O. AH
kinds boot and shoe work. Different
G. W. R1TTER
.. Gun and Bicycle Shop
Ki'imirs trtin-!. sewini: ma-ls 'uio.s 1I-
vrli? ami umbrellas. . Ntrlh Ct'iirt
Calls at offlce answered day or aleht.
OlBcola Uormaa Jtalldlnc oyer ataaoa a
alaion'a Drug Btore. 'Phone s.
Walter Hardy. J. O. alclf eea.
Rea. phone as. Bee. Phone IS.
rHTSKIAN.1 AMD 8UROEON8.
Office hours i to 11 a. m.. t toe a. and
i to p. an.; Eundsys. 1 to II a. on and I to 4
o. in. Ulttce raoae tat umcsorsr suiauey's
Jruar store coraer Wain and Caddo streets.
DR. J. W. SMITH
OOlce hours 10 to 12 a. ru . 2to4p.nt.
Residence Phoaa I. Office Phone s.
n.nests what you eat
i t.nrt I n.-lallv diizests the food and alda
Nature in 6treiigthenintf and recon-
structlnf? Uie exhausted digestive or
n nwi r.ri li' i 111 111 ! I.1WI w. w
B.UW aill m ii i v. - - - .
can approach it in efllclency. It In-
stantly ru eves and perraanently cures
Dyspepsiat inainen"". f
fr....i!T..I irv.e Ktmnrh. Nausea.
r liliuicini ' - . -
Sick lleadacheGastralgiaCrampj and
nil other results of imperfect digest Ion.
Price SOe. and tt. lAnre sire contains tiroes
SaU aFe.BoKkall aUwtdysp-paU malted f ra
prepared by C. C DsWl TT s Co tnica.
City Dros Store W.B. FramFT0p
DR. A.-B. ADAMS
Tb Latest ImpreTenient for Crowr
and Bridge Work.
Local aaa-atbetlea adalalstarad for lh
ealnlaaa axcraitina ttttaMa.
All work era area teeo. rnoea io snu a
Oince aver Baadors store. Ardaora. I. T.
Chattel mortgaire blanks and
note od bat d all the time at the
THE BURLINGTON ROUTE
West: Kansas City to Nebraska
Denver Utab Paciflo Coast Two
trains daily. Weekly California
Northwest: To Black HUla Mon
tana Washington lget Sonad via
the short Billings rente tb. list
saver 60 to GOO miles sated. ' Toui-
Ist sleepers Tuesdays snd Thursdays
Kansas City to 8esttle.
East: Unquestionably tbs best
trains via Chicago or 8t Lools.
Piorth: to umana. ni. nni aiia-
nespolis and tbe northwest region.
IIOalEBEEKERS' EXt I RSION8 to tb '
West and Northwest.
7500 MILKS OP STANDARD SAILSOAD
Tbe main traveled load rn the Loot-
slana Purchase. . - .
Wide-vest ibuUd Piotseb-lishted.
complete trains of chair cars teats
free) Pullman sleepers. '
All Ticket Agents can ticket via
tbe Oreat Burlington Route. .
For details ask your ticket agent
or ' v. WAZKLXY
Gen'l Pass'r Agent 8t Xouls. Mo.
L. J. BRICKES.
Trav. Pass'r Agent Kansas City. Mo.
General Manager 8t. Joseph. Mo.
Mrs. J. K. Miller Newton Ilatair
ton. Pa. writee "I think DeWttt's
Witch Hazel Salve the grandest Salve
made." It cores piles and ; beale
everything. .. AIL fraudulent imita
tions are worthless. W. B. Frame
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