The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 177, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 3, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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A f SXAS WONDSR
LOOK FOR THE WHITE HORSE
H . . .
Special orrcsponneace. HALL'S CHEAT DISCOVERY.
Dixie l. i.. Juno j.-nu juw .t - .. . ... f . Q
V . i .. Vnwnnvtt nrn rTCiM I M r antll OU'll !1 1 I ..... . . . . I
laum. i....vi. b...P Ducovery cure all waney ana Dea
der trouble! removes gravel curei
tifihlnd wltu tiioir farm wont urop
Srospects aro good.
Mr. Uradshaw has liis hotiso ready
or tho roof and floor. It nods much
o tho appearance -of our llttlo town.
Mr. Ilobhorson of Oklahoma broth-
r of our merchant was visiting In
Mxio last wooki alBo Mr. Iloblierson
nd wife of Loco- spent one night In
Mr. Martin who has been on a trip
n tno nuorosi ot mo mohoihc iru-
ernlty. rottirned homo Wednesday.
Mr. Wisdom who was called to Tex
its to seo ins ininni cmhi wmcn wu
fclck roturnod Friday with Its corpse
wrhe romalns woro burled Saturday.
Dr. Newton lost one of his horses
Bast week. It was cut oil tho wire wonder and will say that It cured
from tho effects of which It died. my llttlo 2-year-old boy of sorlous kid
Mrs. Johnson visited In Ardmore ney trouble.
Mr. Umherson and his mothor are
naarlv recovered from the onecta oi
Mrs. Solomon was very sick laBt
week but Is now somewhat bettor.
Mr. McNabb sold his crop to Mr
diabetes seminal emliBlon weak
and lanio back rheumatism and all
irregularities of the kidney and
bladder In both women and men.
Regulates bladder troublo In children.
If not sold by your druggist will be
sent by mall on receipt ot $1. One
small bottlo Is two month's treatment
and will euro any cause aboro men
tioned. DR. E. W. HALb
Sole manufacturer St. Louis Mo. for
merly of Waco Texas.
Sold by all druggist and W. D.
Frame Ardmorc I. T.
Da'nRorflnld Tex. Oct. 17 1901.
Put Yourself in the
Place of Your Horse.
How would you like
wear the fixings of a
horse? You would soon
appreciate the big dif-
ference between a har
ness that fits and one that only half fits.
There's the difference first in the wear; second in the
comfort ol the horse; third in the Stoced and fourth in the
stvle. Consider if these points are not worth lnolcinrr nt
JI. IV. . Iiu... oi. wuu.o. -r.1 Hw.n ncnriKr nllf ltnt-n.cc
llnnr S r- I linVP llP(l Hull's T0S8S .ww.. v. v.t wu. ..... .iv-oa.
it you are not using one ol my patent btirrup Leathers
your baddle is not complete.
I J. JOHNSON Ardmore I.T.
IIRV. J. WOODSON.
Formorly of Marshall.
The most lnterosthiK people know
how to conceal tholr meaning.
Interesting to Asthma Sufferers.
Daniel Ranto of Ottervlllo Iowa
' ..' . . .. writes: "I have had nsthma for three
HoDborson saiuniay. nun is propam.s . f . . ........
to leave this community. nil the coukIi and asthma cures In the
Tho W. O. W. gavo four tho mystic market and havo received trontment
degree ot "Woodcraft Saturday night from physicians In Now JorK am
m .. p.... other cit es but got very llttlo bonoflt
They expect to give a social rlda . f . . T
night to bo nltended only by W. O. Uvhlch gavo me immedlato rS'llof.T and
W.'s and wlvc-s and daughtors. I will novcr ho without It In my
Tl.nrn ana nulla n nnn irrnen t Inn nt llOUSO. I BlllCOtCly recommend it to
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UUUICll. Olllllluy atiu Ull 'luiuiuaii.ir.
Peppo Fate Afri-Kola
- Orange Phosphate
Uonner & Honner.
sermon was dollvorod by Rev. B. G
Rev. K. L Solllman roturnod from
Dallas Tox. whero ho had been at
tcndlnc Konoral conference. Ho ro
ports a good time.
Senator Hanna Is the Bttckoya
middleman In tho Ohio ring. v;
Cherry Darn-y Ana
. Ciders all Kinds
The Man with the Hoe
If there is one class of people that de-
serve above all others to have labor
saving machinery and profit making
machinery that class is the farmer. Add
profit to your hay crop and save worry
and breakdowns by using the
National Hay Press
Everybody deserves a good Buggy and
tue man who buys from us will never be
disappointed There is no chance for
dissatisfactioe when you buy
The White Elephant Buggy.
We have a new car and can give you just
what you want at prices lower than you
expect to pay and on terms very reason-
able WILLIAMS CORHN & CO.
The Hardware Men.
Was Wasting Away.
Tho following letter from Robort
R. Watts ot Salem Mo. Is Instruct-
Ivo: "I have been troubled with kid
ney disease for the last five years. I
Ten Years In Bed. lost llesh and novor folt well and
ti a rimv i T Onkv n. Ind.. uociorcu wun leaning pnysicians ami
wr.ltna- "Fnr trn vnnra I wns con- triCU nil rcmeulOS SUggOSlCd WHllOUl
fined to my bed with disease of my ronei. i-innuy i men roiey s runney
lfiHnnvq it wn un RBvnri! that 1 1 Cure and less than two bottlos com-
could not move part ot tho time. I plutely cured mo and I am now sound
nntianitmi iho vow iiost mp.ilmi Rkill and woll.' Bonner & Donnor.
Ardmore Bottling Works
Sockwell & Bray Props. Ardmore I.
available but could get no relief until
Foley's Kldnoy Curo was recommend-
ed to mo. It has been a godsend to
mo." Bonner & Bonner.
If from what ho thinks ho knows a
man would subtract what others
think ho knows tho romainder might
equal tho sum of his knowledge.
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Howitt I. T. Juno 2. Farmors are
greatly behind with their work owing
to tho continued rains. Last week
was a record-breaker for heavy rains
All crooks woro full. Tho bridgo
across Cottonwood was washed away.
This kopt us isolated without mall
for throo days.
Crops aro looking woll but need
Mrs. B. Sanders diod last Monday
and was hurled at Bomar's Point. DO'
coascd leaves a tiny babo husband
mothor two slstors and a brothor to
mourn hor untlmoly doath.
Tho Infnnt child ot Braken Roll diod
Many Howitt paoplo attended the
unveiling at Orr yesterday.
Grading on tho railroad is going
right along. Mr. White has a gang
Female Weakness Cured.
I was troubled with sovcro femalo
weakness for over six months. I was
treated by bIx very prominent physi
cians without any marked benefit. My
last doctor was a skilled specialist and
ho told mo tho only hopo lay in an
operation. I heard of Smith's Suro
Kldnoy Curo and after using It for ono
mouth I find myself cured and even
tho doctor who last treated mo now
pronounces mo well.
Mrs. J. R. FAVER Atlanta Ga.
Prlco CO cents and $1.00. For snlo by
F. J. Ramsey.
...takes a back seat when you
do your Grocery buying where you can get every-
thing 3ou order. Felker has that store in
Your Credit is Good.
If you have no Buj
afford to do without
one this Sprintr
and Summer. Or if the one you have
is getting old you can't afford to do
without one of the New and Hand-
some Buggies just received in our last
car of the
We are also agents for QUEEN
ni ii u i w
T. L. HOLLAND
J. Jf. COLSOK
Our store is provided with the finest refriger-
ator in the city and we can sell you Butter
Cheese Eggs and Soda Drinks from the Frigid
at Howitt and Mr. Watklns ono a mile fOME to the new bam on
R E L K E R
Don't come with the reply that you
are not able. Call and see what we
will do toward making you able. Our
stock includes Buggies Stanhopes
Surries and ROAD WAGONS.
east of us.
Charles Ward has gone to Kiowa
South Washmcton street
to pet your swell turnouts.
new horses new nrF new
harness. Everything new. and
Coma tn ioeu. We are here to pleae
and share a part ot ;uur livery .trade
Of what does a bad tasto In your
mouth remind you? It Indicates that
your stomach is In a bad condition
and will remind you that there Is
nothing so good for such a disorder
as uuaniueriuia a oioiuacu aim j.iht q .
Tablets after hiivlne once used special
them. Thoy cleanse and Mnvlgorato boarding horses.
For salo at 25 cents per "box by the
City Drug Store and F. J. uamsey
attention given to
"THE ARDMORE STEAM
1 DYE WORKS" has a wagon
now. No trouble to call for work.
L. F. BURTON Prop.
I STEVENS KENNERLY & SPRAGINS GO. ?
Ilobhorson I. T. Juno 2. Wo aro
having entirely too much rain. Weeds
and grass aro thriving.
On account of high water wo havo
5 had no mall for four dnys. 'Phono con
nections havo ulso been broken.
Tho Woodmen of tho World contem-
plate having a big timo nt Tussy Fri
day night. ICatlng and entertaining
visitors will bo tho principal features
ot tho program.
Our Sunday school Is growing every
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Terronco Wil
liams Saturday afternoon a boy- and
a girl. Dr. Uusbco officiated and ro-
ports all doing woll.
Tho. feeing row Is still unscttcd.
Stoutsvlllo Mo. May C 1900.
4 Gentlemen: I havo been troublod
with Indigestion and constipation for
tho last two years nnd havo tried
ovory remedy known but had novor
received any relief until I was hand
ed a trial bottlo of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Popsln through our druggist
J. W. Watson which gavo mo ImmO'
dlato relief nnd I afterward bought
a BO-cont bottlo which I can truth'
fully say has given mo moro rcllot
than anything I havo over tried. It.
D Hurd. Sold by W. B. Framo Ard-
moro and Madlll.
D. E. ALLEN'S
Broadway Carriage Shop.
Rubber Tire Work
Cold Tire Setting
Can make you anything in the Buggy Line
At same old stand Corner North Mill St. and Broadway.
Don't Become Discouraged
But uso Simmons' Liver Purlflor (tin
box). Many Imitations ot tho origin-
al so bo careful and seo that It's
"Purifier" and manufactured by tho
A. C. SIMMONS Jit. MEDICINE CO.
IWMCJPAL CITIES OF
KATY CHAIR CARS
OhtRATCD ' THE COMPANY
rfc ' Fifty Cents
The Best Line & Old States
Parlor Cafe Cars
Ask the nearest Cotton Belt Agent for rates and schedules or write
V. H. WEEKS D.H.H080AN. A. HOOVER T. t. limE
Ceo. Pu. iTkt.Atl. Trir. Tin. All.. Trtr. rn. A(t. Niir.AtL.
Trltr.Tei It. Worth. Tex. Wico.Te. Conlwni Tex.
K thorough practlosl training school complete and ud to date In every department.
Day and night aehool the entire year. Day pupil" attend nleht aobool without extra
obarse. Tuition J7.M per month or tu for unlimited lebolariblp. Board $10 to ill&O
per month. Mo vacation Foplla may enter at any tlme. "Erery pupil la Iplaoed on bl
merita and mar advance aa rapidly aa bla abllltr will permit. Thorough training In
borteal time eonalatent with eQclenoy. Beferencet Any bank or bmlneii Arm In
aalneiTtlle For catalogue addreca
Q. P. BELVIDOE'fA. U. Pretldenl Oalaeirllle Texai.
Reclining Chair Cars
and THtt WUT.
Double Dally Service
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car.
Ntw SolU VcatlbuTM Trataa.
Pi r feet Serrlot.
TM KIT Ull TO TNI 10UTKI1IT
WITH II TmilHlt AT MtMf HO
Ttt U Unutloa hII IliM t4r
f Uf tint .r d4rM
L L Ie4wi T.P.L (illie. Tel.
I Tuihtl. T.P.A. Oklitine O.T.
G. C lH.B.Ki IX Utile liei.Ara.
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