The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 126, Ed. 1, Monday, April 4, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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..ily I" liiillnxhor em-
a '. ImiI Inn hlre.t
1 wlir ! ni' i ellent Mr-
i .1 n -at t .kiiim-. taking 11
. -. i .i. j tf. The pilfering
w wnlte the family had gone
iyr meeting Sunday nlghl. He
m- name an ft. B. Hilt
i i-ii-al entertainment was given
h.nne of IS. M. Gilliam Tuuiday
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ill' V 1
t enjoyed by the
. -.s Kh'Ctl i' Will
.! i mlit. A;' l "it
i ffi . i i' in " n ton
imi spiritn and a bad 1W-
l - time. Your liver muat
be in fine condition If you would feel
buoyant happy and hopeful bright of
ey light of atep vlgorovJi and ttic-
ceaaful In your pursuit. You ran put
your liver In fine condition by tttlng
Green's Aitgual flower Uie grenteal
at all medicines for the liver and lom-
ach and a certain cure for dytipepala
or Indlgeotlon. It hat been a favor-
ite household remedy for over thirty-
Ave year August Flower will make
your Hvc'r healUiy and active and thus
ii'siiro a liberal supply of "good spir-
its." Trial size 25c; regular bottles
T.'n. At nty Drug Store.
' a . . jiar
.. a vcr
ii 'l toi lis Sun-
i was enjoyed
i M Kinney cl
i 'i ih here 8nn-
i Sjilund of Marsdcn purchased
. i k wraith shop at this place and
' it to his home town
l Wheeler our Free " 1 Hap-
i r. aher will preach he.e not
Hi alt '.i Iti the community i very
. l at present.
M - l.iztle TyndHll of Ardmore
'it in-r sister Mrs. Lena fiwlln-
1. i 'i'llism and family visited Mrs.
1 -U'l r Ardmore Saturday.
The Goad of Msdlclne.
'-"il" InslMlng ilia medicine does
i i. have one a'.i'ulioin fnet to
'ill with that Ik tl.e people who
'" ii' e are greatly in the majority
iau lieen o fortunate during the
nty ye.tis as t- eiinvlnt-e tljnil-
ct sufferers witn -weak watery
who hn.l all the symiitomH ut
ii' ml breakiliK l wn of the hya-
i lint one ineilleiiv at Um.u doen
Wrvoutt utiil ti iMendy inn.n'.
.IK tli'shleKH people' pimply pali'
allow people ea'i have atronK
;t'i nerves and not.. I healthy Mesh
tin line o' Ur. Gum.' Ulood anil
Totilr. A tablet io tako at meal
it turns the fii i you eji Into
ii il blood makl.irf moIIiI flesh
" ' i ate of 1 to 3 nn-.nda jwr week.
i i. all druggists ltd' 75c per box
boxes for $2. This medicine
liK-torx' bills and Insures
. giving the very test treatment
hi- For dale by W. 11. Frame
Wearing a rough rider but doesn't
Klve a man a war record.
Ballard's Horshound Syrup.
Immediately relieve boats" cr-upy
cougb. oppressed. rt llltiK. rasping
and ilifl'iilt breathing Henry ('.
Stearns druggist Shulxxburg Wis.
v rites May 2. 191. I have been
.-elllng Ballard' Hotehound Syrup
ftr two years and hove never had a
preparation that has ghen better sat-
isfaction t notice Ma. when I sell
a b ttle they come ik for more. I
tan honestly iecomme-i.1 It. 25e 5flc
and $1. Sold by V. t.. Frame.
He who lacks time to inttRe also
lucks time to iniJii'1.
I Alio ounce myself as a caa.lidl
' r alderman from the First ward
subject to the an tion of the Demo-
cratic primaries. Klectlon to be
held in April 1901.
U It. MAKSTON.
I hereby announco myself a candi-
date for r-electlm for alderman for
the First ward at April election
JAMBS S. McCIIAKEN.
The Ardraorolte Is authorized to an-
nounce. John Hoffman Sr. as candi-
date tor alderman from the First
ward subject to the wishes of nil the
voters of that ward. Klectlon In
The Ardmoreite Is authorized to an-
nounce M. M. drlrtllb as a candidate
for alderman from the Second ward
subject to the voters of said ward.
Klectlon April S.
1 hereby announce; myself a candi-
date for alderman for the Second
ward subject to the votes of the peo-
ple of aid ward at tho April election.
If. A.. KRMHUIj.
The Ardmort Ito Is authorized to an-
nounce J. S. Mullen as a candidate for
re-election to the olflco of alderman
from the Second ward. Klectlon April
A Severe Cold for Three Months.
Tho following letter from J. J.
Nuslmum of llatosvllle lnd.. tells Us
own story. "I suffered for three
months with a severe cold. A druggist
prepared me some medicine and n
tlliyslcian prescribed for ine yet I did
not Itnprovo. I then tried Foley's
Honey and Tar and eight doses cured
mo." ltefuse substitutes. Uonner &
To not take too much advice
lather depend oil yourself.
- . i.il i 'orrchpondence.
Hialiitoii I. T.. April 2 We have
:n Iiiriit Indications f rain today
in Iiii dun and others have been
u it- d river on a (lulling expedition
r i he past two days.
Our i iiminttnlty was pained to 'earn
- the death of 11. (1. .Martin at Uyan
asi Thursday. All tho members of
llcal'iiiin lodgo left Saturday uiornltiK
for lni' where they will take part itt
'In f init ial services the deceased hav
I" en a member of the Masonic
! at tills plnce. A number of our
m mi-- other than Masons will also
' n. I. as he was universally loved
' ' ' i - section.
Ii 'a tlhtlshofctsslirdwITtucmfw
Su e Cure (o. Piles.
' mt I . moisture and
it' It . ii. as well as
i l'c i ii mllng jiilcn
i- .11 i ' . .os File Hem-
-' "im a. . : l.-eding. Ab-
"'n i af druggists
' lit i -e free. Write
1 1 i in liosanko
it i 1 W II. Frame.
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time if neglected is
liable to cause pneumonia which Is
o often ratal and even when the pa-
tient has recovered the Iuiiks are
weakened making them peculiarly
susceptible to the Mopracnt of
consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar
will stop tne ootiglt heal and strength-
en the lungs ami prevent pneumonia
llonner & HomiBr.
The gicatest foe of liberty Is not
the tyrant but the contented slave.
A Dandy for Burns.
Dr. ernln. Pans. 111. writes: "1 have
used UttlUwd'B Snow lit.itnent; always
reeomnfenH It to my innds. as I am
confidant there Is no butter made. It
is n dandy for burns." Those who live
on farms are espcclal'v liable to ma-
ny accidental cuts .iurns bruises
which heal rapidly wn Ballard's
Snow Liniment Is npidicd. It siiould
always he kept In the house for cases
of emergency. 2fic. &U' and $1 bottle.
Sold by W. U. Frame.
It often happens thai tho ltrlier a
man becomes tho less he Is worth.
Cures Coughs atid Colds.
Mrs. C. Patterson. ii- 1-ake St . To
peka. Kansas says: Or all conga
remedies Ilallard's Hjk hound Syrup
Is my favorite: it han done and will
do all thnt Is claimed tor it to
sneedlly euro all cougu- and ol.s
and It is so sweet ami tleiisant n
Sold by W. U. Franc.
There Is nothing perl'i i t in
world not even u perfect laiim-
Tho Ardtnorolte is authorized to
announce J. It. Pennington as n can-
didate for alderman from tho Third
ward at the April election.
We aro authorized to announce Al-
bert Harris as a candidate for alder
man In tho Third ward subject t. a.
the voters of tho ward. ICIction
Tuesday April S.
E t -a P - -ti
I a major . " : '
more I do hereby proclaim m
tlon to be held In the Ity of A' iti
on Tuesday April j. lit' 4. for Me i
pose of electing one al'l-Tninn ! ..-
First ward one alderman for !! s
ond ward one alderman for th T) r
ward and one one alderman for 1
That the polls snail be open" ! at
o'clock on said day and closed at -ut.
set on the same day.
The pmes of holding said elect i' .
in each ward ami the Judges then
appointed by tho Judge of the t'n.'
States court for the Southern !ist:'
shall be to-wit:
First ward Second door w sf .
Morgan hotel. J. It. Hcndrtx A. It
Mayhew and H. F. Uarnes. juditi
Clint Dove "nd P. P. Kearne;. ( b rl -s
Second ward Flro station. A. P
Hooper Sam Weeks and W. E. Ion
drum judges. Mike Kemp and Ibn
ry Baum clerks.
Third ward Noble Bros'. li'iiMln:
J. R. Piilllam C. P. Van Uer.berg and
J. M. Jamison judges. J. W. Kemp
and Arthur Kyi clerks.
Fourth ward- -Rear of Whlttington
hotel. W. It. Co.x Lum Johnson and
J. T. Lynch judges. Stanley Bruce
and I). C. lxiughridge clerks.
In testimony whereof witness my
hand and seal at Ardmore I. T. this
tho 11th day of March A. I). 1104.
K. W. DICK
Mayor of City of Ardmore I. T.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for re-election as alderman for
the Fourth ward subject to the vot-
ers ut i-ald ward at tho April city
election. W A. GILLIAM.
The Ardmoreite is authorized to an
nounce II. J. Snyder as a candidate for
alderman in the Fourth ward subject
to the voice of the voters of that
ward at tho election Tuesday April 5.
The Best Family Salve.
De Witt's Witch Ha."l gives instant
relief frem burns cures cuts bruises
sores eczema tetter aim all abrasions
of the skin. In buying witch hazel
salve it Is only neeesi.'.ry to see that
you get the genuine Pi Witt's and a
cure Ik certain. T u re. are many
cheap counterfeits on the market all
of which are worthless and quite a
few are dangerous while UeWltt's
Witch Hazel sahti is perfectly harm-
less and cures. Sold b nil druggists.
Whatever Is worth doing at all Is
worth doing well.
Wanted for U. S. Army.
Able bodied unmarried men between
agos of 21 and 35; citizens of United
States of good character and temper-
ate hablta who can Speak read and
write. English. For Information npply
to recruiting olficer. corner of Main
and li St Ardmore I. T. feb 1 3m
I5ed Wnrrior is a beautiful
chestnut sorrel thorouRkiiml steel-
dust fiorse ft years old 16 hands
hif:h H'eirjht 1250 pounds. Will
stnud this sermon at Marietta. I.
T. Trice $1.".00 by the seahou.
Will pasture mares free for nil
parties living over ten miles dis-
tance. Will bPfjiu Eeason April 1
1!)01 and will remain on the stand
J. E. BOWLES
oil fot respondents.
mcr I. T.. April 2. Q 8. Taylor
ii i if.- left last week for California
The homo of Mr. Clifton together
i 'i i he contents wgs destroyed by
' r.- last night.
.1 M Chitts and Mr. Cordon hare
turned from the Creek Ration.
Miss Alta Clifton accompanied by
Prof Pumpers went to Ada Inst week.
Horn to W. K. Anderson and wi'
Jo A. Slalone's children are Rick
nitb tho mumps.
Pneumonia Follows a cold.
But never follows the use of F lej s
Honey and Tar. It slops the louh.
heals and strengthens the lungs and
affords perfect security from an at
tack of pneumonia. UeliiM" -iii-i;
tutes. Uouuer.ft llonnor.
Vse charity with all: in tvi " '
i rons in thought and deed - 1 1 ; "t
ers along life's thorny pass.
Foley's Honey and Tar.
iPures couahs and colds.
Cures bronchitis and asthma.
Cures croup and whooping cougn.
Cures lioarancsa and bronchial troub
Cures pneumonia and lngrippe
The man who says he has m m i
told a Ho has just added another f
' '' S Tlie t.i-aJuig ami ttvi.ri'seniaiiv. I
B liiisliu'3s "llegi- "f the s. i I 8
1 A 8
A Cure tor Headache.
ny man. wonmn or child stud ring
i nun neauacne blliousnew or a dull
itr..w reetini: should take one n- two
of li'Witt'B Little Early Klsers n.Biit
and iiiornliiK. These famous li't'e
pii- are famous beciusu they are a
tonic as well as a pill. While they
i. m o tho system ttey strengthei
mil I'lmild It by their tonic effect
ui ii the liver and bf wols. Sold by
Chamberlain's Cough lletnedy meets
all of those conditions. There is noth-
ing w) good for tho co.iglis and colds
incident to childhood. It is also a ccr
tain preventive and ntre for roup.
and there is no danger whntewr rrom
whooping cough when It is Riven It
has been used In mnn epiJi-mli s of
tl at disease with pcrfi t siu.es- Fir
sale by F. .1. Hamse. Aid more 1'riiK
Co W. 11. Frame.
Dect Cough Medleins for Childrsti.
v. i.i n you buy a cotirh raodlclno for
i i ' illdren you want ono in which
' mi ulace Implicit conft ler.ee. You
a one - Mleves but
-ni' "- Yo i want one that
IKE HO BBS
AM) PUACTICA1- H0RSU5H0UR.
Carriage Wagon and
Alovd to lirick Htilldlug on llroad-
way. 'PHOM: aoc.
Hits every ehunre at sue
ce8 that is offered her
hrot I'.-!-. The very ivut
ilemiiii.l 1 tr iuti'liiR' i.t
miuur Wi tin n with a Rood
practieplktiowli drjeof mud-
tin clli''' woik and sten-
ography has led us to uieir
tion the lact.
This modern 13t.s.tiess
Collerjo can tko your
dauRhter and iu a few
months' time have her
ready to accept and hold a
cood well paying position.
Write to us or phone or
call. Will open Monday
March 14 in the Postoflleo
I Oiip t' the pr"tier location- in
the city t'h'iice southwest junp-
erty. Lot :iiu n l'H fi ur room
icottiiKe large i lit'atiutr trttit
trees ctap-s ard berries. Apply
to Hie owner
J. J. STOLFA.
XiUj$)WCfHj- aii j ft.tasviaiiig iiwsiisiiiMni TMnsif irmaixx. Txdtt tMuutiixnamrrtSSffttm
f v t . I
A BARGAIN. CASH
OR T 15 RMS.
Anyone UMiiltng n ulictrh nd dcrlpttnn may
oulrklr iccrtlii our iipinlon free whether an
In? entlnn ! prubblr t'tenthli. Comniunlr.
ItoniitrlctlyruiiBilentliil. HANDBOOK cm Clf nu
ent f r. (Ildnl uint y fur cunnir wtenit.
I'Menta taken throuuh Munn X Co. recclTC
iptrl.it notkf without chtrac. latba
A hnitomety Ulutrted weeVly. I-ircnt t Jr.
culatioii nf any clniilll'- lournal. lernn U a
jean fnur ruontlia IL Sold byall newdlerj.
IYll)NN&Co.36'B'o'd New York
Urancti Offlce. 635 V FU Wartlostwi. U. U
Ji V -H V IOOK M M "t 1
. I'lMftlll I T H
rtfCJfgS&fe.iy MEN AND WOMEN.
Ki rr. nu I .iil
plows at misnn-
aide prices and on
ensy terms is a sub-
ject nt liitereft to
every tarmer. That
is exactly what ''-
have and are prepar-
ed to take care of you
and want you business.
en ire stock
of Plow nud
th" fatnnits iirxtnl.s of
Uur .Store is Head-
quarters for the
world's best makes of
wat'ous bucjfies and
. . vrf
I I I !!
Put Your Trust In
Machinery Worthy Of Confidence
Here aro some implemenst every farmer
needs and everv rtrncticnl farmer will have:
Canton Clipper Plows
Canton Clipper Cultivators. .
Volunteer Walking Cultivators
Victor Riding Cultivators . . .
Success SwSky Plows
And bf-fore we ko an li.t'tbt-r let us i-nll
vonr psiiceial attrntir.ii td our hue i.t Can-
ton Cotton and Corn Planters. ;. tin
mcr can nllord to be without them. He-
tneuiber that we curry everjthittf' in "nrd-
warc Stoves IJukkIcs and Wagons.
Ardmore and Marietta
The Dwea.ya Ardmoreite
For All the News
AH the Time.
Pnaumonla fellow La arips
but novsr fellowa tho f
t'p-- Iti4f. ri.nnatv al
ill' tiarfc.. .laOiii' mati at
irriiMti.'OC .r ut.crauiDi
.f i.i u . ur ii i .tira i
I'.un !.-. an I ll'.t alt tu-.--!
t ..r m "!.. ui
hulil l7 Ol-UCKlala.
or -i III lilaiti wr-xrir
I . i . rri' I (or
ti 1.1 . r i ill -1 .
ll.tl.U- t ..l iU Ivju .L
It itopi tb Ooagh ind heili th loif.
PravioU Pneamonli tnd ConmmpUoa.
Ui O. Tiob ! Ill Ot-oo4 B. Cklear
tnlWfl "Uj !( bad la rlpp and II Utt bar
wllh a rrr bad tonjh on Lr lonn Uch
VOLSl't Boot axaTax aarad aoiaplaKl"
.rasa a -BiaznBSz
Telcpltotie No. 135.
That is worth a rcnt deal iu tho
comfort and health it ives is within
your reach nt a moderate cost. Let
us nive jou an estiinate on an up-to-date
bath room equipment open
plumbing porcelain or enamled tub
and perfect sanitaiy connectioiiB.
Our priccB aro lov cut for hiu'h class
Coleman Plumbing Co.
1 HOOKS SOUTH OF POSTOPPICIJ.
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