The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 164, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 18, 1904 Page: 6 of 8
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1 Hill ill'l ' ' 1 1 1 t I I "III CI " ll I II"
ilmww Hon' li.v the iiall a wi-i-kt
:inr ' " to replant however.
V iy apent laat work
iS jlitcm Meadamea Leo
y i rol Newman at Ar.l-
T .nan of our community
lmv i ii T'lte bually engaged for
-cvi r . i - with doga trying to rid
i 'io ..ii. iiiimtjr of wolves wlilch aro
i' it - cM i troublesome In and near
Hie ... mi n talna two of three mile
fruii e where they go Into peo-
pln'i irda arte! devour chickens and
uMM as well as hogs and young
Miss Omer McCoy of Ardmon- Is
hero visiting Miss 1ee Ilalley.
What time the rain Is not falling
w. have such lovely weather that we
vwmt to st Hit the many outdoor
.iiiiusoments Indulged In during the
warm summer afternoons.
Will "touts cf MhJIII brought out
n fresli pack of dogs Monday for ttie
wolf ctiase. Charley Burns and Iluck
;rdner fountTa den here. Tliey kill--l
Itobt. and Joe Ugon of nen Ard-
imtre vlnlto.l II. I'. Hill's family last
The health of our community Is
1" no hs no cases of sickness are reported.
Traveling Is Dangerous
Constant motlnii Jnr the kidneys
which are kept In plitce In the body
by ilellpnle attachinetits. Tills is the
i'piisom that trnveler. trainmen street
car men tenmslers ami a'l who drive
very much suitor from kidney disease
in some form. Foley's Kidney Cure
Iroiigtlicntt the klilnoys and cure all
'onus of Kidney ami bladder disease.
loo. 1C. IliuiBiiii locomotive ciifclniw.
l.lnia 0. writes: "Constant vlhrn-
lion of tlit engine caused mo a great
.leal of trouble with my kidneys and
1 got no relief until 1 used Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by Homier &
ICaalinnn. 1. T.. May Hi. We Imd a
liKbl rain last night.
Crops are looking line. Cotton Is
lu full blast. Somo of the farmers
:.ro laying by their com.
(us Shlpniaif lias moved here from
Dr. Iltirrlsou went to Ardmore Ihri
voek to attend the Chickasaw Mell- il
Tom Keller visited his father last
Miss Viola Harrison has ret uruo.l
i nun l'aoll.
J. It. llrynnt Is visiting in Texas
SALE RAPIDLY INCREASING
i t DyScpa i Reri.cJy. Ha9
Cu J Hundreds of t ie Ot Druj
St-i c s Cubt'nr u
ii i 1 1 'i 1 1 i '
i il h .ii 1 1 .1 I'' n
. hil If 1 1) Ml" Mil I.I" (Ij-JM-pHIM
' -medy an'' -!ng
hi rapidly that v.. i. rin...e the
1'ipular druggist has hard work to
l-d'P a atoek on hand.
It la very popular with well known
Inn kers. ministers lawyers and oth-
i.i whose business or profession
ktops them closely confined while
tiono who have brought on indiges-
tion through Irregular eating worry
rr other causes have round a cure
1 1 this reliable remedy.
Ml-o-na Is In the form of small tab
let and Is sold In n metal box eg-p'-elally
deslgnad for convenience In
carrying the medicine In the pocket
r purse It Is pleasant to take - costs
Lu' 60c '.vs iiulck relief and makes
1 his remedy has been so uniformly
successful and made so many remark-
et In cures that the City Drug Store
will In future sell Mf-nnn under a
puslilve guarantee to refund the tnon-
y if II should not cure. No other
dipep8lH medicine ever had a large
enough percentage of cure so that It
ci eld be sold In this manner. A guar-
ai cc like (his speaks volumes for
iht merit of the remedy.
There Is no time like the present
t. do a thing that ought to be done.
If any one has dyspepsia today Is
the best time to begin curing It.
The puppy that drinks milk Is not
necessarily n lap dog.
If j on will make Inquiry It will be
a revelation to you how many suc-
cumb to kidney or bladder troubles lu
one form or another. If the patient
Is not beyond tuedlcal nld. Foley's
Kidney Cure will cure. It never dis-
appoints. Sobl by Homier fc Homier.
To cold draught of air to keen ami
rutting winds. Biiddeu c-Iiiuirvs or tem-
perature scanty clothing iindiio ex-
posure of the throat and neck after
public speaking and singing. brlim on
nuglis and colds. Hnllnrd't. Hore-
hounil Syrup Is the best cure.
Mrs A. llarr. Houston Texas
wiltos Jan. 31. 1902: "One bottle of
Hallard'H Horehnund Syrup cured me
of n very bad cough. It Is very
picaaant to take." 2Sc. 50c ?i. Sold
by W. 11. Frnnm.
Tho man who makes liny w.illo the
t. in shines Is In a position to lend
i ouey to tho feltow who writes poetry
.; ut it.
A Positive Necessity.
Having to lay upon my bed for II
days from n severely brained leu I
only found relief when I umM a bot
tle of HulUiril'st Snow Liniment. I can
cheerfully recommend It as tho host
medicine for bruises ever sent to the
mulcted. It bun now become a post
tlvo necessity upon myself. 1). It
Hyrues merchant lwversvllle. Texas.
iTic. 50c $1. Sold by It. Frame.
The man who doesn't hnve his name
on his umbrella often finds that he
I asu't an umbrella to his name.
The handsomest shop the quickest
tui it and best cool cold hot tub and
Miower baths. Tom Roberts' barber
do not hesitate to recommend Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure to their friends and
ustoniers. Indigestion cause more
ill health than anything else it de-
i unge the stomach and brings on all
manner of disease Kodol Dyspepsia
( ure digests what you eat cures in
digestion dyspepsia and all tdomarli
disorders. Kodol is not onl a pei
iect dlgestant but a tUour -building
tonic as well. Renewed hesllh. per
feet strength and liureaM'd vitality
tollow Its use. For sale by all ilni
AND Wi: Wild. DO TIIK HI. ST
Crippled or Diseased
Race Horses Shod
Any Kind of Shoe Made
(lenernl Hue of Carriage Muggy
and Wagon Repair Work
done on Short Notice
liny and sell Second Hand
Til 15 BLACKSMITH
SOU I'll HUOADWAY
WALTER P. PLUMLEY
Attorney at Law.
1. 11 V Hi b
i- ) (
:-n Mill 1 1 iii i ii -'ui n loi i ' '1
iums In Inf l ie land offli e and a--'
t .ate practice a specialty before all
JAt. M. ADDLB
Ulilce second stairway west of First
GEO. I. JORDAN
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
WYNNE WOOD I. T.
Special attention to Commercial and
BINGHAM & APPLE
Attorneys .it Law.
Imd olllce pi-actico n specialty.
Somo time with D.iwos commission.
Tishomingo I. T.
J. S. Morris. C. S. Morrii.
MORRIS & MORRIS.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Upstairs. I'. O. IJulldlnr.
Special attention given to Chronic
Jlseasos. Satisfaction Kiinrnntoetl
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
L. B. SUTHERLAND
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Upstairs In I'ostofftce Block.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
DR. ROBERT H. HENRY.
Physician and Surgeon.
Specialty Eye Kar Nose and Throat.
Olllco with Dr. Von Keller over
Honnor & Ronner's Drug Store.
DR. J. W. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco in Gorman Building
Olllcre 'phono 03 rings.
Resldenco 'phono 14
Olllco hours 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 .
Special attention given to DIsoasea
of Women and Children.
Wholesale an. I retail All orders
tilled proniptb no matt r how large
or how una II
Also lmo the freshest line of gro
ceries In the city.
W. A. GILLIAM
Hast Mam S
rdinorc. I T
Summer's scorching heat i.- unknow n
inside Williams Cor tin & i'V refiig
seamstress may be paidoiu.i
in ng unseemly ranmrnne ulun
'i Uer work to do all oei unaln
r heard ot any one using
Fi 1 1 net :md Tar and not being
an u j tfuia by Honaer & llonuer.
Eye liar Noso and ThroaL
Glasses accurately nttsd. Office
over Kotchklss' Jewelry storo.
ardmors I T.
W. M. ANDERSON
(T. K Smith's Stable.)
Offlcs phono 125. Rosldcnce 203
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JiKlK? of the dUtllet toiirt ol 1
United States for the Southern n.-
trlct of tho Indian Territory:
Ed Ringer of Ardmore. In the Si nth
ern district of the Indbm 'l'rni:.n;
In said district respect full) npie
sents that on the 9th day ot Fcimi
ary last past he was duly adju Ik '
bankrupt under the acts of tonpre--retatlng
to bankruptcy: that Ue li.i-
duly surrendered alt his property and
rights of property and hn fullv com
piled wltR all the rniulretnent-. of
said acts ami of the orders of the
court touching his bankruptcy
Wherefore he prav thr-t lu m iv
be decreed by the court to haw a full
discharge from alt debts prnHiV
against h'ls estate under ntd bank
rupt acta except such debts a ate
excepted by low from such discharge
listed this 2Sth day of April. A I .
Southern district ot the Indian Ter
r I Lory sa:
On this 5Sth day of April. A D.
1001 on reading the foregoing petitl nj
I; Is ordered by the court that a hear
ing be had upon the same on the ::'"
day of May A. D. 190 1. lief ore sai i
court at Ardmore In said diMtiit at
0 o'clock In the forenoon and tnat
notice thereof be published In th 1
Ardmorelte a newspaper printed la
said district and that all known ere I
itors and other persons in Interest
may appear nt the said time and pl:u e
and show cause If any they have why
tho prayer of said petitioner should
not bo granted.
And It Is further ordered by thi '
court that the clerk shall send bj
mall to nil known creditors copies ot
said petition nnd this order address-
ed to tlieni nt tfioir places of rest
denco as stated.
Witness the Honorable Hosea
Townsend Judge of the said court
and the seal thereof at Ardmore In
said district on the L'sth dny of April.
1004. C. M. C AM l'nicr.U Clerk.
(Seal of court.)
I'otter Bowman nnd Potter.
First published April 29 1901.
We iiaiuiiil toil ti ' oti t i-niiilort We Know we have
an Kxti tisive stock of
Sum m er H ard ware
Freezers and Refrigerators
nt n Hacrlllco
Lawn Mowers - Garden Tools
A GOOD BUGGY
HI Koran Atternimn Drive
Seu Tliem! No trouble to Show
It would not bo a miss to cull on us when you ned
SHOT-GUN or FISHING TACKLE
JJ Are Ahc the Bu.i'i St;
W. M. CHANOKLLOU
IMiysiclas and SurKeon
nil ifnnoriil oporHtlvn unrk-ury it tpuolill;
Uetlilonciii o ttreet nnrtbeait teouod door
north otTbtrd vooiib:
Office with Ardraors Druj Cs.
Dfllco phone 85 residence stions IIS
Ht. I'bona It
J. O MoMaal
Btl. Pnoa II
II AKOy it McNEEH.
Hit V8ICIAN8 AND 8UKOEON8.
Ufllfl hnn.at Ifli. ii M o . n .
B to 0 p. m.i Handaji. to lo II a. m. and I lo I
0. m Offlca rhone m. omoa ornr natciar'i
droit ilora corner Main and Oaddo alraali.
DR. W. 3. DECHTOL
All work Biiarantoed. Charges rea-
sonable. Olllco over Hamilton's Shoo Store.
Ardmore ind. Terr
DR. A. E. ADAM3.
Tho Utcat Improvement for Crown
and Bridge Work.
Local anesthetics administered for
the painless extraction of teetb.
All work guaranteed Prices to
suit tho times.
Office over Itandol's atoro Ardmore
WHITE S. MYALL
Architects and Superintendents.
Offlce in Noble Ilulldlng.
Aidtnore i. Ter
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lini1nnipT illuitrAipil wook'T 1 areMt rir
i iti.ttnn nf it'ir uMitttl Journal. 'lYinti f a
tt.r: four m.Mitlii (U tMil by Mil nt1tMlr.
MUNN&Co.30'8""1-'' New York
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DR. WM. S. PENNELL
Office with Drs. Moors & Vaden
THE BRICK LIVERY BARN
Tisliomitiffo I. T.
Regular Daily Line of Hacks
between Tishomingo uml Ravin.
'Phone No. 70.
J. M. VESTAL Prop.
Who tills the soil and produces the wealtli
of the country deserves the best labor-saving
machinery. The spring and summer
days never lengthen into tiresomeness
when you use
Kingman Plows Kingman Cultivators
Kingman Cotton Planters
Kingman Corn Planters
Combination Cotton and Corn Planters
Averv's "Mister Bill"
The Greatest one row middle breaker and
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 terms
A Good Dinner
The Finest Ronsts i?tenk.
Mutton Sausage Ktc
aud the F-eshest Vege
tables are always fount at
EitRNtR & HOFFMAfy. 11 Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NKW YORK.
Tho Ijirei-Ht m lh World- For Informix
lluu anil raica t t I I ' lo
WA1. II. HILL
HOS . Wnslilimloil St. AUII.MOMI.. I. T
If your scissors arc dull or your
Pocket Knife Butcher Knife baw
Axe Hoc tlntcliet or any other dull
tool or Instrument you need properly
and sclentifcnliy sharpened bring It
to me the cost is trifle work Is good
If you have a pair of shoes or slipper.-
too good to throw away little
or IiIk liolc lu it half sole needed or
hrcl fixed bring It to me only n
trifle to ll. It good as new. Remem-
ber the place W. Main west of Jail.
Also Ncmcmdcr next door west I
liaens neat u shop as
as sharp ra.ors as any shop Jn city
Shave 10c Hair Cut j.sc
Yours for pirt of your work.
Just a Postal
Will Let Me Know
About your carriafje troubles and just when nnd where wa
can see it aud advise the Remedy
THE BIC END OF OUR BUSINESS ISIREPAIRING
We are safe people in this respect nnd we Kuarantee our
work. We are anxious to hear from you about any trouble
you may have with any kind of vehicle.
D. E. ALLEN
to havo n nice home if von deal with us. We
Sell on Installments. You Don't Havo to Settle
with us in One or Two Months. We'll make
the pajments "n little at a time" so that with 0
moderate income you can buy the most substan-
tial aud beautiful furnishings. Uomo to see us.
HALL & HILL1S
The House Furnishers 'Phono 101. 12.1 K. Main
otopu tl.ocouflinnl lionl 1'tnffa
Subscribe for tho Anlmorcite.
art STATION WORK 1 r RAILWAY
SERVICE V wi't ten! y. i
1 Uv UmriiRliI- ra tiauly
'"1 Kf Nil i)N if aitua.
i l it t n'siunril y 1
I r fii 1 i.im ii . j tuMreu
DALLAS TELCCRAPII COLLEGE
irU' Jwi u . gal . j 1
Telephone No. 135.
That is worth a meat denl in tho
comfort and health it gives is within
your reach nt a moderate cost. Let
11t2 tr.Val (Ml 111 nr.fr! A-
..u h.. v. j mi coi.mi.ie on an up'to-
date bath room equipment open
piuiiiuiiiK porcelain or enamled tub
and perfect sanitary connections.
Our prices are lowest for high ela8
l Mm Colema" Plumbing Co.
4 UOOKS SOUTH OF I'OSTOFFICE
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