The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 162, Ed. 1, Monday, May 16, 1904 Page: 6 of 8
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If Yc Have D pep- - Rcau T" s
' . bin
I. i -..1 ail I tt
it'i.i inn; much
i i of w.ht h'tiKry
s i lork ari' Miown
i -i prt-ss association
. ir in l.e party will
w i! i h Fair daring the
" tigress the week be
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A i i ii the lighthouse atSoutb-
v. nt i i iuislana just at the
iixiiit ' 1 1 Mississippi occupies the
n" e (literal arta buridliift at
tin- V. fair. It la one-fourth the
.-! - original and la fitted with
in' nr at gas lamp with a ra-
. It v 1000 randle power. (
An i active feature of the (Jor-
i ian i tt In the palate of varied
ii linn at the World's Fair la a
i.i rue i in oiled with the latest nov-
!H i i m. It Is railed the "Home
. i t i ' The display of Dri-sden
-lira '.' tupeatrles In the German
tic t i iiitfldlng la also attiatt-
)nK n i'k ntlon.
Tin i itl Cllnti n train built In
nil st the Mohawk and Hudson
nvi-r railroad and the first train ever
ii-rated on that line la exhibited In
iiif palate of transportation at the
World's Fair. The train consists of
tin engine tender and four cars each
i.r which aeated IE persons B inside
i.i.ii 6 on the roof. Originally the
l ain ran from Albany to Schenecta-
!v. a distance of IT miles which It
ti vi red In about an hour.
'i he Swedish building at the
World's Fair a reproduction of a
Swedish country villa Is furnished
-with handsome furniture made InSwe-
ili ii especially for the building. A
hi at ite of King Oscar II holds n place
in i lie main reception hall. Photos or
Swi-illsh scenery maps ami bookcases
Mini with volumes of Swedish lltt-ra-i
in- and statistics are exhibited in
Hi pavilion. A typical Swedish gar-
i n surounds the structure.
'it Interesting feature of the Iowa
' . 'ding at the World's Fair Is eight
'i'i-s of automatic singing birds
i night from i'arls by e.x-Oovernor
William Ibarra bee president of the
l'.-n commission. The Ingenious me-
v Inn leal contrivances reproduce the
vu.thle nnd song of birds with suc'.i
exactitude that visitors are readily do-
.Ivp.1. They aro mounted In l-nnd
home cages and are stuffod so linciis
of birds whoso singing la reproduced
by contrivances run by clock work
Traveling Is Dntifjerous.
Constant motion Jars the kidn
which are kept In place In the body
by delicate attachments. This is tlx-i''ii-on
that travelers trainmen Mrect
ear men teamsters and nU who drive
very much suffer from kidney dl-ea-e
in some form. Foley's Kidney Cure
Hiti'iigthens the kidneys nnd i lire nil
lornis of Kidney and bladder license.
((hi. 11 llausau. locomotive engineer
l.lrnaj 'p.. writes: 'Constant vll.ra
t ton of the engine caused me n ureal
ili-ttl of trouble with my kidneys tmd
1 got no relief uuttl I used 1'oley s
Kidney Cure. Sold by Uonner &
Mill Slmpklns the farmer whs rnnr
lug today about hard times and nix. tit
the country going to the dogs. "It
ain't the country 11111" a neighbor
wild "H' you."
A Positive Necessity
llavlug to lay upon my bed for II
ilayn from n severely bruised leg I
only found relief when I used ;i bot-
tle of Mallard's Snow Liniment. lean
cheerfully recommend It as the beHt
inedlelno for brulsea over sent to the
all' Ii ted. It has now become a posi-
tive necessity upon myself. I) It
ltyrnes merchant Dororsvlllc. Texas.
2:.c. BOc. 1 Sold by W. II. I'ram.
The liaiulsotttesl shop the qui. keht
I mil and best cool cold hot tub ami
hliower lmtlu. Tom Roberts' limber
I i ijes
'i hesitate to recommend Kodol
da Cure to their friends and
r. Indigestion causes more
ti than anything t-lso. It do-
ie stomach and brings on all
f disease. Kodol Dyspepsia
sts what you eat cures In
1 djiepHia and all stnnia!
I' Kodol la not only a per
' 'ant but a tissue building
' well. Renewed health p. t
'i th and Increased italti
a ii use. For sale by nil dm.-
. 'I ... I .I' I ' '
I nr ll'I'll 1 II ' I ' '' I- J IM t.
' ime Tin ol'j' 't i- i ' ' rt ate at 1 1
litlal dlgeiitlon. but this dots not
make a cure. Stop taking the pepsin
etc.. and you have your dyspepsia or
Indigestion back again. People use
(ocoaine tfr opium for nervous trou-
bles and sick headache It does not
cure stop tsklng the drugs and the
pain and distress return. The only
Ci mmon B.-nse Remedy Is to drive
out of the system the cause of dyspep-
sia and sick headache by cleansing the
stomach and bod els at the same time
using a medicine that will act on the
liver. This forces through the glands
of the stomach the digestive fluid that
nature Intended. In this way you
cure dyspepsia. The medicine that
cures dyspepsia by this method Is
called Dr. Ounn's Improved Liver
Pills. Iruggists sell these pills at
25c per box. It only takes one pill
for a dose. For sale by W. U. Frame
There's no limit to a woman's ca
pacity for forgiving persons of the
lVley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and can safely be gireu to
children. Sold by llonner A Itonner.
You can have a new buggy or wag-
on for a dollar by using carriage paint
that we handle. You can do as good
job as any painter by following the
directions carefully. AH colors. 15
F. J. RAMSEY.
The Success sulky plow Is the farm-
er's tried and true frleuJ. Sold by
J. II. SI'RAOIKS & CO.
Sui ii scorching beau - iiiiKin rtu
In.id' v. i ams Corhn & Co'- r'm
Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching Piles produce nioMun ami
ause itching this form hh well a
lilltid. Bleeding or Prutrudlug pile
ltliad. Uleedlug or PrrtrudltiK Pile-.
Remedy. Stops Itching and Id lint:
Absorbs tu morn dtie a Jar at drug-Ki-u.
or sent by mall. TteiuUe tree
Write me about your case. Dr. It
r. ft! o Philadelphia Pa. For sale in
W. R. Frame druggist.
Sub - ilie f. r t! ArilM0rlU.
The genuine Philadelphia lawn
mower best on earth at
Practical Tinners and Plumbers.
Will buy "Russell's Hlg Moll Proline"
cotton seed next ten days at reduced
price. K. H. Ptigh Main street Ard-
uiore.I . T. S-d&wlm
WALTER P. PLUMLEY.
Attoi ney at Law.
I: 1 1 tin 1 '. Atlantic li .-
Washington D. U.
Special attention given to contested
eases before the land office and asso-
ciate practice a specialty before all
JAS. M. ADDLE
Office second stairway west of First
AND WE WIU. 1)0 TIIK IthST
Crippled or Diseased
Race Horses Shod
Any Kind of Shoe Made
(It-ncral line of Carriage lluguy
tinit aKon Kcpalr Work
done on Short Notice
liny and fell Second Maud
SOU II I IIROADWAY
Wholesale nnd retail AH orders
lllled promptly no mntter how large
or how small.
Also have the freshest line of gro-
ceries In the city.
W. A. GILLIAM
Kust Main Si .
Ardmore. I T
At'T inmpii Hni n -s itti Hint itr.icni't tin m
nti'- ijr - "i i ' t r 1 1 t in free wi ' i i m
lll..ll. t U M ' - ?l llftttHl'll-. t .1! n '
f i i.-tir 'HI ml. HANDBOOK nf ut
- til ti -t iil'i'i y f t fi-uninr J uf 1 1 i.
l-a mi liiki'u lliruith Munil A l . uvrlvc
tp ut! II. it It t3 w ilti.itlt clmruu. 111 ttii)
A hnn1t(iiiH'1r Ulimlrntctl vrt-fltlr. I rrogt rlr.
iiUtmn ut nnr m iihii;' )uriml. Turing f t n
tftr: l.air im iitlig H HulU bjfiill iiewptli'HUTt
MUNN & Co.36'0" New York
llmnoli (inicc. (06 V 8t Wmhliiiiluii. 1. U
GEO. I. JORDAN
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
WYNNEWOOD I T.
Special attention to Commercial and
BINGHAM &. APPLE
Attorneys at Law.
Land office practice a specialty.
Some time with Dawes commission.
Tishomingo I T.
J. S. Morris. C. S. Morrk.
MORRIS & MORRIS.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Upstairs. P. O. Dulldlntr.
Special attention given to Chronic
diseases. Satisfaction guaranteed
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
L. B. SUTHERLAND
Physician and Surgeon.
OIDce Upstalra In Postofllce Block.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
DR. ROBERT H. HENRY.
Physician and Surgeon.
Specialty Eye Ear Nose and Throat.
Offlco with Dr. Von Keller over
Donnor & Bonner's Drug Store.
DR. J. W. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlce In Gorman Building
Otllce 'phone 63 rlnga.
Residence 'phone 14.
Offlco hours 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 .
Special attention given to Diseases
of Womon and Children.
DR. HUMPHREY. .
Eye Ear Nose and Throat.
Glasses accurately fltttd. Offlce
over Kotchklss' Jewell? storo.
ftxdmors. I. T.
W. M. ANDERSON
(T. L. Smith's Stable.)
Offlcs phono 125. Rosldence 203
W. M. OnANOELLOR
Pbyslclas and Surgeon
We mnke dlattRiHi of women ad nblldrnn
ud i:nnorl operntlve unrirurr n specliltT.
!Het'P "e nrUait. eoond door
north of Third svonne:
Offlco with Ardmore Drus Cs.
Dffice phone 86 resldanco phons 128.
l:i. Phoaa 88.
J. O. NoHiii
Ui. rbuat li
IIAUDy & McN'EEH.
PnYBICIANU AND 8UUOBOH3.
oraoe aoorti to to n m.. a to i v. a. tat
8 10 8 2' a.nmTi. to to n . m. ma i to i
o. m omen I'tione uj. om0 orer Htniisr'i
flrnit ilora oorner Main nd cddo Irtili.
DR. W. 8. BECHTOL
All work guaranteed. Charges rea-
sonable. Offlco over Hamilton's Shoo Store.
Ardmoro ind Terr
DR. A. E. ADAMS
The latest Improvement for Crown
and Brldgo Work.
local anesthetics administered for
the palnlcsB extraction of tooth.
All work guaranteed. Prices to
stilt tho tlmos.
Offlco over Randol's itore Ardmore
WHITE & MYALL
Architects unci Superintendents.
Offlce In Noble Building.
Ardmore. Ind. Tor.
DR. WM. S. PENNELL
Offlco with Drs. Moors & Vadon
tapst!iocou(han(l lir-nl 'unjfs.
Subscribe lVr tho Ardmoreltc.
; . ' i . .
- . ' ' . i '.n . .'. i i
li. the r..atttr of Ed Rir.gcr liuuk
rupt. In Bankruptcy.
To the Honorable Hcara Townscud.
Judge of the district court of L:e
United States for the Bcutheru dl-
trlct of the Indian Territory:
Ed Ringer of Ardmore In the Sutth
em district of the Indian Territory
in said district respectfully repre-
sents that on the 8th day of Febru-
ary last past he was duly adjudged
bankrupt under the acts of congress
relating to bankruptcy; that he has
duly surrendered all bis property nnd
rights cf property and has fully com-
plied wltfi all the requirements of
saL acts and of the orders of the
court touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore he prays that he may
be decreed by the court to have a full
discharge from alt debts provable
against h'ls estate under sold bank-
rupt acts except such debts as arc
excepted by law from such discharge.
Dated this 28th day of April A. D.
Southern district of the Indian Ter-
On this 2Sth day of April A. D.
l&ot on reading the foregoing petition
1 Is ordered by the court that a hear
ing be had upon the same on the 3nMi
day of May A. D. 1004. before said
court at Ardmore in said district at
0 o'clock In the forenoon nnd that
notice thereof be published in the
Ardmorelte a newspaper printed In
said district and that all known cred
itors and other persons In Interest
tuny appear at the said time and place
nnd show cause If any they have why
the prayer of said petitioner should
not be granted.
And it Is further ordorcd by th.
court .that the clerk shnll send by
mall to all known creditors copies or
said petition and this order address-
ed to tliem nt tliolr places of resi-
dence ns stated.
Witness the Honorable Hosea
Townsend Judge of the said court
and the seal thereof nt Ardmore In
said district on the 28th day of April
1901. C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
(Seal of court.)
Potter Bowman and Potter.
Plrst published April 29. 190L
We !aLtied t't!l (ti your coiiiioit We Kuow we titve
fib Exi u."ie Mock ot
Freezers and Refrigerators
nt u DiirKaln
at ii .Sacrifice
Lawn Mowers - Garden Tools
&5?5d&l A GOOD BUGGY
Ks;' l-'or tin Afternoon Drive
See Them! No trouble to Show-
It would not be tt miss to call on us whon you need
SHOT-GUN or FISHING TACKLE
We Are Also the Duck's Store
THE BRICK LIVERY BARN
Tishomingo I. T.
Itejrular Daily Line ot Hacks
between TiskominKo ami Kavia.
'Phone No. 70.
J. M. VESTAL Prop.
The Finest Roasts Steak
Mutton SaueaKe Etc
and tbe Freshest Vefe-
tables are always found at
KERNER & HOFFMAN.
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NKW YORK.
TI10 L:irRiit In tho World. For Inlorma-
tlun anil rates upply to
WM. II. HILL
SOS .N Washington St.. ARDMOWr. I. T
If your scissors arc dull or your
Pocket Knife Hutclter Knife Saw
Axe lloe Hatchet or any other dull
tool or Instrument you need properly
and scleiitifcally sharpened bring It
to me the cost Is trifle work Is Rood
If yon have a pair of shoes or slip-
pers too Rood to throw away little
or big hole In It half sole needed or
heel fixed lirlttR it to me only a
trifle to tlx It xood as new. Remem-
ber the place W. Alain west of Jail.
Also Kcmcmder next door west I
liasc.-is neat a shop as
as sharp razors as any shop Jn city
hh.ive 10c I lair Cut 25c.
Yours for pirt of your work.
Or I T.
nn 1 STATION WORK f r it AILWAY
SEIiVICE. Wc w .l t. ah y u
1 " slv tli r hikIiI li.n!l' .ill v
nil Mi1 m n 1 1 ."N If Mt.ia.
t 'I 14 tl it llfcMkltlf ll ) ti.
I r'fii.l i .r:. it ir-. uj.l-rss
DALLAS TCLCGRAPII COLLEGE
Who tills the soil and produces the wealth
of the country deserves the best labor-sav-
ing machinery. The spring and summer
I days never .lengthen into tiresomeness
when you u&e
I Kingman Plows Kingman Cultivators
? Kingman Cotton Planters
I Kingman Corn Planters
1 Combination Cotton and Corn Planters
I Averv's "Mister Bill"
The Greatest one row middle breaker and
i planter combined.
I Remember that our store is always equip-
Charter Oak Stoves Majestic Steel Ran-
ges Mitchell Wagons and White Ele-
Drop in and get our prices and pterins
x m 1 omo
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Just a Postal I
Will Let Me Know
About your carriage troubles and just when aud where ws
can see it and advise the Remedy
THE BIG END OF OUR BUSINESS IS REPAIRING
We are safe people in this respect and we guarantee our
work. We are anxious to hear from you about any trouble
you may have with auy kind of vehicle.
li. Uroadway J) ALLEN Phone 179
to havo a nice home if you deal with 113. We'
Sell on Installments. You Don't Have to Settle
with us in One or Two Mouths. We'll make
the pnjmonts "a little at a Unit" so that with 0
moderate income you can buy the most substan-
tial and beautiful furnishiiiKs. Come to see us.
HALL & HILLIS
The House Furnishers 'Phono 104. 121) H. Main
Telephone Pto. 135.
That is worth a great deal in the
comfort aud health it gives is within
your reach at a moderate cost. Let
us g.ve you an estimate on an up-to-date
bath room equipment open
plumbing porcelain or enamled tub
ami perfect ennitnty connections.
Our prices are lov est for high clasp
Coleman Plumbing Co.
4 UOOUS SOUTH OF POSTOFFICU
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