The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 263, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 10, 1903 Page: 7 of 8
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(Uy M. Fclkcr.J
Tho following aro tbo provalllng
prices paid for produce today:
Irish Potatoes 75 0 85c per bu.
Butter 1C 2-302OC.
(By William Newman.)
Ducks Per dozen 2
Hens Per dozen $2.0002.60.
Frying Chickens $1.6002.25.
KggB Por dozen 10c.
Dry Hldea 8 0 11c.
Green Hldos 46V4c
(By Cold Storage Market)
Fat cowa (gross( cwt..$1.75 to 2.00
Fat calves $3.00 06.00
Fat ehoop por head $2.00$300
Fat hogs (gross) 100 Ids. .K6O0$5.OO
Indian Trlbrn of the South.
Tlio Clieroltt'cs. nn far linck ns the
whites have any knowlcdKO of lfa
occupied portions of northeast Ala-
batnn FouthcusJ Tennessee western
North Carolina and n portion of north-
west Georgia. They were essentially
a hill people mid their homos were
nmong the mountain ranges. The
Choctawo on the contrary occupied tho
comparatively level regions of middle
west Alabama and eastern Mississippi.
Between them and tho Clicrokces wero
tho Creeks on tho northwest and tho
Chlckasaws on the north. Tho Chero-
kocs and Choctnws were wldoly sepa-
rated nnd were never nelghlwrs at
least In historic times. Montgomery
Owes HIsLtfetoa Neighbor's Kindness
ivir. u. v. uaugnony well Known
throughout Mercer and Suinnor com-
ties W. Va. most likely owes his
llfo to tho kindness of a neighbor. Ho
was almost hopelessly allllctcd with
diarrhoea; was attended by two phy-
sicians who gavo him little. If any ro-
Hof when a neighbor learning of hi;
eorlous condition bro-igh'. him n hot-
tlo of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Itomedy which curod
him in less than twenty-four hours.
For salo by City Drug Store F. J.
Bamsoy and Ardmoro Drug Co.
Comparatively speaking n miser's
soul Is smallor than a boardlng-houso
T. 3. Bedford the loading photog-
iaph(r has made arraisemeota Tltb
tho following merchants and
others by wMch thoy will
clvo avny nhsolttely fre ou
of Bedford's freo photo coupons
with every lOe purchaso; 500 of those
coupons will be redecmod by Bedford
with $5 worth of flno photographs.
Spend your money with theso people
and don't forgot to call tor coupons:
J. B. Smart grocer.
Dr. J. H. Nicholson dentist
Purton-Poei Dry Goods Co.
D. E. Alien Broadway carrlago shop
J. H Si'iegle baker.
Miss Lillian Collins milliner.
Laldlaw Lumber Co.
Hall & HMic furniture.
Tom Boborts barber.
Farthing & Cooncr merchant tal
Thoo B. Coleman confections suc
cessor to Coleman & Evans.
F. J. Uauuoy drugs and tolloi n
W. A. Gilliam meat ma'ket d&tv
Many a man's sood reputation Is
duo to what isn't found out about
The Genuine vs. Counterfeits.
Tho gonulno Is always better than
a counterfeit but tho truth of this
statement is never more forcibly real
Jzod or moro thoroughly appreciated
than whon you compare the gonulno
DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo with tho
many counterfeits and worthless
substitutes that aro on tho market.
W. S. Lcdhottor of Shroveport La.
says: "After using numerous othor
remedies without benefit one box of
DoWitt's Witch Hazol Salvo curod
mo." For blind blooding Itching nnd
protruding plies no remedy is equal
to DoWltt'B Witch Hazel salvo bom
by all druggists.
"Poor Bickers hns a very hard heart-
ed wife" said Trlvvet.
"Wbnt'i the troublo now?" asked
"She not only broke tho broomstick
over bis head but made him go to tho
store nnd buy another."
Wlgg-Tlmt was n pretty old Joke
Borem cracked at dinner.
Wagg-Borem didn't crack it. That
Joke has been cracked for years. Phil-
Peters-What proof did tho doctors
bavo for declaring Blank Insane?
Parr-rllo refused to taRo their medi-
cine. Baltimore American.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Dh Bui l for nnnlurl
Irritation! or tilcortlou.
of mucous membrftn...
3 -r-.ff.u . 1'diwiuuuwimiiii.'
iTKEtVlHSCHIMIMlCo. ant or polionoai.
or KM in r-iain w.vv
or txvro.i rr.ptiu
Circular itat oa rcimiL
A TEXAS WONDER.
HALL'S GREAT DI8COVERY.
Ono small bottle of Tho Texas Won
der Hall's Great Discovery cures all
kidney and bladder troubles removes
gravel cures diabetes seminal emis-
sions weak and lame back rheuma-
tism and all irregularities of the kid
noys and bladder In both women and
men. Regulates bladder troublo In
children. If not told by your druggist
will bo sent by mall on receipt of SI.
Ono small bottlo Is two months' treat
ment and will cure any case above
mentlonod. DR. B. W. HALL.
Solo manufacturer P. O. Box 629
St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all druggists.
Ardmoro I. T Oct 18 1902.
This Is to certify that tho Texas
Wonder Hall's Great Discovery curod
two of my family ot kidney and blad-
der troublo and I can fully recom-
mend It to others suffering In samo
E. J. STILWELL.
Notlc of Condemnation.
In tho United States Court for the
Southern Judicial District sitting
at Ada Indian Territory.
!u uo matter of tho application of
tho Texas and OkUhoma Railroad
company for tho appointment ot ref-
ore to dctcrmlno and appralso all
compensation and damages to bo paid
for land property and improvements
to bo appropriated and condemnor! for
right-of-way and station grounds In
the Chickasaw Nation Indian Terri-
tory. To tho Chickasaw Nation and Pal
mer S. Mosloy governor of said na
tion or trlbo ot Indians nd tho Clio
taw Nation and Groen McCurtaln
principal chief ot sold nation of trlbo
You and each of you aro hereby no
tified that tho undersigned wero ap
pointed by tho nonorablo Hosoa
Townseud judge of tho U. S. court
for tho Southern judicial district of
tho Indian Torrltory. on tho 2d day of
July A. D. 1903 to act as referees tt
appraise and determine all compensa-
tion and damages which shall bo pali
to you by reason ot the taking and ap-
propriation by tho Texas and Okla-
homa Railroad company of lands
property and (Improvements for rlgl
ot-way station grounds switches
sides-tracks turn-outs and other rail
road purposes necossary for the on'
structlon operation and malntoatnico
ot its line ot railway through tl
Chickasaw Nntlon Indian Territory
and that wo will on tho 25th day of
September. 1903. at tho hour ot 9
o'clock a. m. at tho Ada National
bank In tho town of Ada Indian Ter
rltory protioed to appralso aufi de
termlne all 'compensation and dam-
ages which may bo duo you by roa
son of tha taking and appropriation
of lands property and Improvements
Witness our hands this 22d day c
OTIS B. WEAVER
First pntJlshed Aug. 30 1901.
R W. Dick. :Mayor
J. H. Mathecs City Attorney
John It. Gait Police Judgo
G. H. Bruoo Cit7 Clerk
Frank Butt Treasurer
W. R. Roberta Ass'r and Colloctor
Bob McGee City Scxvengcn
J. w. Moffett.". City Phlclaa
First Ward R. Hardy J. S. Mo-
Second Ward J. S. Mullen C. F.
Third Ward C. L. Byrne tt. W.
Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner W
' Finance R. Hardy chairman; C
L. Byrno W. F. Whlttlngton.
Street and Alley Tho aldermen for
aach ward aro tho committee for their
respoctlvo wards with tho mayor a
chairman ovor thorn all.
Police. O. F. Fraley. chairman; J.
S. McChoran. W. T. Gardner. .
FIro W. T. Gardnor chairman; C.
F. Fraloy R. W. RandoL
Waterworks 0. L. Byrne chairman;
W. F. Whlttlngton R. Hardy.
Ordinance. J. S Mullens chairman;
R W. Randol C. L. Byrne.
Cemetery R..W. Randol chairman;
W. T. Gardner. J. 9. McCharon.
Sanitary J. S. McCharen chairman;
C. F. Fraley J. S. Mullen.
Improvement W. F. Whlttlngton
Chairman; R. Hardy R. W. Randol C
Board of Health.
Dr. J. W. Motfott city physician t
Drs. S. S. Carr J. W. Smith; Walter
Hardy Mayor R.' W. Dick.
It must bo flno to bo so rich that you
Idoa'thavo to keep up appearances.
That there are many
caseB of fever in Ard-
moro now and had you
observed that there
is not n case of fever in
any home where
Water is Used.
Order the wagon to
call at your home
Next door to Roberson
Old Folks at Home
Want to See You.
On September 1st 8th lfith
nnd Oct. Gth will offer Home Visi
tors' Rates of Fare nnd One third
to ull points in
Indiana and many in Ohio
also Louisville Ky.
Tickets cood for thirty days from
date of Bale.
If you contemplate a visit back
to tho old homestead do not fail
to first call on nearest Frisco
Ticket Agent or oddrest
B. F. DUNN
Division Passenger Agt.
SOME HEN PAY!
cin nnn fr &q expert to
qlUUUU mannee their ed-
There are others
f forcn annual Babserip-
V tion to Pbintke'8 Ink
and learn what all the advertis-
ers are thinking about.
But even theie are not tn estrone
retobei. Tbere are mea who laie ore
ft fill nnn 7r doing neither to
tmpio oopr send la otntii
PBiMTift-e ihk. wo. io Hpraon St. N. Y
White Elephant tho buggy that sur
passos all other inahos. They are
stylish thoy aro durablo nnd tho
prices aro right. Sold only by Wil-
liam's Gotta iCo.
T6 the Person
thla ptotnn will locjeit an eajorakU
dinner uni. prbpt yon bar in-
ppU lndlifitlon or tome itonwh
dlaonler that will cbanc 7nt point
otrlair. If toot ttomaeh U wm.
Terjthlci nlll itta and look wrong.
A lottl of
will make jonr itomaeh right jon'll
enjo joor meali. If yon har ehronla
constipation or any form ot itomaeh
or bowtl troabla Dr.CaUwall' Syrup
I'epiln It enaranUed to tffMt a vf
SOa and 31. OO Dottlmi
Writ hi FREB SAMPLE BOTTLE ui
Ma." " T'"u
PEPSIN STRUP C0MPAKY MantletUo. Ill
DONT BE DECEIVED.
Good people don't bo deceived and
think thcro Is only ono man In t
Torrltory compotcnt nnd Qualified to
ship bodies who dlod of conlnclous or
infectious diseases. I am competent
and fully qualified to proporly proparo
for shlpmont any body placed in my
hands and am tho only ono In Ard
moro having nn cmbalmcr's permit
from our hoard of health. Also a cor-
tlflcato from ono of tho leading lec
turers nnd domonstrators on embalm-
ing and dlslntoctlon In tho United
tatoi. Wo havo the flnost and larecst
lino of coffins and caskots to select
from and can pleaso you. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed. Calls attended to
promptly day or nlghL
T. C. BRIDGMAN..
Tho Leading Undertaker and Em-
You will bo better pleased with
your rofrlgcrator if It's a Whito Moun
tain. 8to"oim Konnorly & Bpraglns
(World's fair Spoclal.)
Leaves Oklahoma City..... 6:30 p. m.
Arrives Kansas CUy 7:00 a. m.
Arrives St Louis 11:30 . re.
Arrives Memphis 6:00 p. m.
(St Louis Eipress.)
Leaves Oklahoma City ....9;o a.m.
Arrives St Louis 7:1G a. m.
Loaves Kansas City 7:15 p. r.i
Arrives Oklahoma City. ...7:30 a. rn
(Arkansas and Oklahoma Ezprcis)
Leaves St Louis 10:00 p. m
Arrives Oklahoma City.... 6:45 p. m
Through cars and Pullman sleopers
between Oklahoma City Kansas City.
St Louis and Memphis. For ratot
and other Information call on nearest
Frisco System ageni or addross the
undersigned. B. F. DUNN
Dlv. Pass. Agt Wichita Kad.
FOR Tim BOY OUOlRLl
Given as a present for getting ten
new subscriptions forTlie Kan-
sas City Weekly Journal
Tbo boy or irlrl cnntlnd no tiotterllfnn
Stan a eamo of oroqnet.
Tho not we offer conalata of four balls
nnd four mallet" with necessary wlokota
ami stakes. Tbo et Is well finished
tbrouebout and presents a nloo appear-
coco. jOur proposition: Any boy or
Ktri wnu will gel IlilN new SUD-
aarlptions for trie Kansas City
vccitiy journal ai 35c eacn. incK-
;lng a total of $3.50 and will send
us a Hat of the names tozether wltli
:tho money we M'lll ship to his or
ncr nuurcss express cnarges pre-
paid this nice crquet set.
Boys and girls 'here Is a chance
totftet a very nice present. Rustic
a little and get this croquet set as
our proposition only holds good
uiau nov. 1 1 90 j.
Send money by postofflce order
or draft and advise us of the name
of your express office.
Address all communications to
1 he Kansas City Journal Kansas
.iy i 10.
BfirSend for sample conies o f
me wceKiy lor canvassing.
iiST PASSEHfiKR SERVlSt
4. IMPtORTAiJT GATEWAYS 4
NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER OUCiriONO.
Iuperb Pullman Vestiboled
Handsome Reclining Chair Cars
ALU THROUGH TRAINS.
f m WITH foat morolntr and
trains to t. Loula and tho
O rB WITH Pullman Sleepers
. U back Bcarrltt Hoat Coaonei
(without charuro) to New
fjW ijINB WITH handBomo now Chair
mth inrouenjiwitnout clianRe) dally
to St. Loula Momphlii and El Paso.
MJLT LINK WITH a aavlcff of 1 a hours
ONLY LINB WITH Tourist Slooptnf
wui wTOi-wooKiy inrouea (wltnoul
chanifQ) to San Francisco. lw"-"uu
ASK FOR SCHEDULES OF OUR
E. P. TURNER
Cttiuw. passincch amo TiCKtr Awn
J. A. HIVKNfl.rros.
DON LAOY Vice Tres.
The City National Bank
Akdmork I. T. May 23 ID03.
This certifies that FIVE HUNDRED DOL-
LARS ($500.00) is on deposit in this bank payable
only to the successful candidate in the Merchant's
A. II. PALMER Cash.
THE MERCHANTS' $500 CASH PRIZE FUND
In launching this contest wo do so with tho sanction nnd good will
ot evory ono. It Is a fund creotod hy tho undersigned morchnnta of Ard
moro Indian Torrltory who propose to glvo tho sum of JG0O In hard cash
to tho organization public or prlvato that shall secure tho groatcst num.
her of votes botweon this dato and December 23 1903. Wo urge all In.
stltutlons In Ardmoro or tho Indian Territory to compote for this
GRAND CASH PRIZE OF $300.00.
U Is well worth any effort you moy put forth. With each 25c purchaso
you goi ono voio inero snail bo no votes cold by any morchant or out-
sider and nny morchant so soiling or disposing of votos shall upon proof
be stricken from the list. You cannot voto your tickets In box or place
except at tho stora whoro your pur haso Is modo and then only at thf
tlmo of your purchaso. Salesmen shall placo tho ninount ot your pur-
chaso rnd number of votes you nro on .Itled to upon ovcry ticket togothor
with his or her selling number nnd prlvato mark of tho firm so Issuing
Tha Merchants' $500 Cash Prlie Vot nn Ticket. After which you shall de-
posit Bamo In porson In securoly locked boxos provided by tho merchant Is-
suing the voting tlckots tho koy of which aholl bo In tho custody of tho
cashier of tho City National Dank of irdmoro Indian Torrltory who shall
opon all boxes count all votes nnd nako public reoord thoroof at least
onco each month. No morchant of Uip Merchants' $500 Cash Prlzo Fund
or any of tho clerks or employes shall bo ontUlod to nny voto in thin
contest nor shall not bo nllowod to ollclt nny votes for nny institution
or organization. On tho contrary shtll romnln porfectly neutral.
On Saturday morning boforo tho nst Sunday of each month tho mor
chants of tho Merchants' $500 Cash P Mzo Fund shall tako tholr voting box-
os to tho cashier at tho City National Dank that Bamo may bo opened and
Dry Goods and Shoes.
Madden Sykos & Co.
WCBtholraor & Daubo.
J. A. Lcathorwood & Co.
Sasa & Crawford.
Ardmoro Dry Goods Co.
J. E. Hamilton & Co. Shoes.
Cincinnati flnckot Store.
Bnltlmoro Racket Storo. r
O. h. Donnes.
J D. Spraglns & Co.
Nolir.d & IlollInB Quecnswara
Drugs and Books.
..J. D. Wnll & Co.
F. J. Ilam soy.
Donnor & Donner.
T. N. Coloraan.
C. Tt. Jonos & Dro.
Hall Si Illllls.
M. T. Fnlkcr.
W. C. Kendall.
J. A. Sklpworth.
A. A. Tlalloy.
We Moved September I.
Co o Stoop BuildiiiK recentlj occupied by J. B. Smart's Gracerr
in 1 I ucr & Elliot's Barber ehop nnd next door to Bouner &
B i 8 Drtiir Store.
We Will Give From 5 io 25 Per Gent Discount
Rutlier than move the Roods and in order to mnke room for our
NEW FALL STOCK. Call mid sea nnd be convinced- Your
credit Is good. Easy pnymonls.
HALL &. HIL-L.IS.
The House Furnishers.
Costs Only 25
Or mail SS ats to
Ouroa Uruptlono Soroo Collo HIvob Thrush. Bomovos and Provonts
Wormu. TIU 33 O? jECHXT-A. COUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN.
s Staple and Fancy Groceries
Hardware Lumber and all
Exclusive Acents for the Celebrated "Lender" Flour.
Every Snck guaranteed. Speoinl prices Riven to
Merchautfc on Flour Groceries Etc.
tlldHEST ME HPMdltlJinD WA
"Trade with ub and be Satisfied."
A thorough prnetloa! tralnlaic school complete nnd tip to date In every department
I)ar and nlKht sobnnl the eutlre year. Day pupils attend nlulit' achool wlihoutextrt
cbarirea. Tuition VJO per month or 10 for unllniltod scholarship. Hoard 110.00 to $U.W
per month No vacation. Pupils may enter at any tlin. El ery pupil is placed on bla
merits or may adrance as rapidly as his abl'.lty will permit. Thorouifb traltilnir la
shortest time ooaslstent with clHcleucy. Iteferences Any bank or business ilrni In
Palnesvllle. For catalogue addross
CI. r. BELV1DQK A M. Tresldrnt. Oalnesvllle. Teiaa.
A 11. TALMKR Cashier
W. A. WOLVKIITON. Asst Oash'r
W. A. Pnyno.
It T. Dallas.
W. A. Gilliam.
D. F. Wymoro.
Sunders & Dowman.
McCharen & Wobstor.
J. M ljyd.
W. II. Utloy. '
W. AI. Pago.
Col 1 Storugo Market.
J. L. Jf hnson Saddlery acfi Har-
Fraloy Dros. Lumber.
T i:. Allen ParrUBoman.
Charles Kcrncr Dulchor.
CJias Hotchklss Jowelct
P. 11. Tnrvor Jowoler.
W. A. Pi Me Tlnnor.
J J. S c;fa Tailor.
Farthing it Coonor lallors
Cnlennn R Evans Coifect.cLers.
T 1.. Sinlh. liveryman.
T.m ..Ul.ey. Llvorymai.
Crowe Pc tiling Works.
Mlis L-nlrii. Milliner.
M.j Jumcr. Mllllnor. . 1
Mrs. M. E. Spurgeon Milliner
the Uowtl Troobfu of
Aids Digestion ReguUtes
the Bowels Strengthen
costs at 9ns
the Child and Makes
the Child and Makes
O. J. MOFFETT M. ST. LOUIS MO.
Mods of Building Material
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