The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 214, Ed. 1, Friday, July 15, 1904 Page: 7 of 8
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HE GUARANTEE PROTECTS YOU
OIL ON THE WATER.
Itn SonlliliiK HITiTl Wm IClioun a.
Itarly iii I In- sUlli Cvulury.
A few j.'1111'Jtit of ''nst upon storm?
fens moderates tliHr inlotice ntnl pro-
vonta the wuvon frmn lircnUinc with
forco. Tli 11 1 this Is tin 1'iiho Iimh lone
bmn known. Ttipopliylnc ten. tlif lly-
znntlnc lilstnrlnn of t lit nltli century
propounded tliu question. "Why dous
oil cnltn the son'" nnd inmvoml It to
the offect Unit iiH the wind In n Hiititto
mid dellcule tiling mill nil Im nillieslve
end UtietitnUM the wind fillies over the
HiirfHci- of tin- wntir on which oil lint)
been spread nnd cannot rnlt-e waves.
The wind. In fact (dip over the water
without IielliK able to obtain a crip
In the gulf of Mexico there Is a re-
markahle ntfeteh of water about two
miles long by three-(puirtei of a mllo
broad to which the inline of "oil hhU"
has been given hecme In the wor-d of
storms the mariner llnds still water
I'hnraeter n a safe harbor of ref-
use Is said to he due to an oily proper-
ty of the tmil stlrrod uji by the storm.
If Ml-o-na Does not Cure Dyspepsia
City Drug Store will Return
When you buy a box of Ml-o-na.
nature's cure for dyspepMa have
them sign the followlnc guarantee
This protects you absolutely nRnlnst
loss should the treatment fall to cure
L. rrrn'w WhlnilliiK .liirn.
Ainonc the ruined cltle of Peru
nearly fifty dirfureut Uhiils of musical
Instrument have been found. Unique
nmotiK these are many double whis-
tling jnrs or musical water bottles.
Near the top of the first or front Jar.
which Is usually surmounted by a hu-
man or t 'Imnl figure. Is the opening of
the whistle. When the Jars have been
partly filled and arc swung backward
and forward a number of whistling
sounds are produced. As the vessel
swings forward and upward the water
Is lowered In the that Jar and rises In
the other. In the backward motion It
rushes back Into the first forcing tho
air out through the whistle.
Any ono who has dyspepsia ltuil
cestlon. htwdnches dizziness or
peck boforo Uio eyoi or nny form
of liver mid stomnch troubles should
take advantage of this chance to be
cured without risking a penny.
The City DniB store slves a positive
guarantee with every box snowing
most conclusively tholr f.Vlh In tl
('n.toiu. In Mnnxolla.
Tea with an admixture of salt nnd
mutton grease. Is the common beverage
In Muiik'oHii. It Is not recommenda
blc. Snuff taking Is universal und
the offer of the snuff bottle Is the gen
erul method of greeting. Mougols ap-
pear to seclude their women In some
measure at least from strangers nnd
a traveler's arrival Is usually the slg
rial for a hasty departure of the ladles
of the family for the tents of their
Thr Whole Story.
Robert Has your wife much curios
lty? Ulehard-Oli. an awful lot. If I
began to tell her what you told roe
standing on this corner she wouldn't
hear a word of what you said until
told her what corner we were standing
on. Indianapolis Journal.
Fortune Teller llewure of the hand
some man with dark eyes nnd brilliant
diamond pin. I'ulr Maid. Why? For
tunc Teller You can't support him
She I suppose you Hatter yourself
you are a great man? lie I do not
flatter myself. I merely recognize
To know how to be silent Is more IIf-
Ccult and more profitable than to know
Low to speak. UumaH
Treat Your Kidneys tor Rheumatism
When you aro suffering from rheu
matlsm tho kidneys must bo attend'
ed to at onco so that they will elim
nato tho uric acid from tho blood
Foley's Kidney Curo is tho most cffcc'
tivo remedy for tun p irpose. It. T
Hopkins of Polar. Wis. says "After
unsuccessfully uoctarins three years
for rheumatism with tno best doctors
I tried Foley's Kllney Curo nnd
cured me. I can not speak too highly
of this great medicine" Bonner
"What fools those mortals ho" Is
Kiiokon of other mortals and don't
One Lady's Recommendation Sold
Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain's
Stomach and l.lver Tablets.
I have I hollovo sold fifty boxes of
Chamberlain's Stomach and hive
Tablets on tho recommendation
ono lndy hero who first boimW a box
of them about a -.ear ago. Sl.e never
tiros of toll' is her neighbors anil
friends abo'it tht good qi'a.;.es of
these tablet-). I'. M. Shore druggist
Rochester uul. 'iho pleasant purga-
tive effect of tht so tablets makes
them a favorl'.o with ladies every-
vhero. For sulo by F. J. Hanmey
Ardmoro Drug Co. W. II. Frame.
I heretiv iigreo to refund the money
paid tor Ml onn on return of theemptr
box If the Iurct.ier till mn that ll ha
failed to euro dyleila or niomaeh ilia-
orders. TdIs KUnrantee cover two jUc
boxes or a montn a treatment.
I wonder why fcreign noblemen
travel Incognito when they come to
this country." To elude their credit
ors. 1 suppose."
Cheerfully Recommended for Rheu
O. G. HIgbee Danville 111. writes
Dec. 2 1901: "About two years ago
I was laid un for four months with
rheumatism. I tried Ballard's Snow
liniment; ono bottlo cured me. I can
cheerfully recommend It to all suffer
ing from a llko affection." -5c 50c ?1
Sold by W. H. Frame.
ffl'8 Early Risers
Tho famous littlo pills.
JAS. M. ADDLE
Ofllce second utalrway west of First
GEO. I. JORDAN
Attorney at Law and Land AgtnL
Special attention to CommoicuU lad
BINGHAM 4. APPLE
Attorneys at Law.
Land offlco practice a spoclalty.
Some tlmo with Dawes commission.
Tishomingo I. T.
Put Your Trust
Bain Springfield and Kentucky
Jones' Mowers and Reapers
Whitman Hay Press
Thomas' Sulky Plows
Hyne's and Bleese Buggies and
We Carry in Stock the handsomest
Sewing Machines on earth.
Everything in Hardware Stoves Bug-
gies and Wagons.
If Your Table Is Supplied
With the stiuidtirtl brauils of Groceries fresh from tho factory
it follows us nicht tie diiy tlint you are doiiiL' ottr buyintr ut
Folker's. Hero you'll find the best of evurvthiut; Rood to cut
under one roof If you ute not nlrundy a ruiftilur customer rivo
us your next order.
CMASl: & SANBORN'S COIM'GES
CHASI: & SANBORN'S U5AS
l-ULL LINIJ 01' IIIUNZ'S OOODS
I'RCSIl SHIPMENT OP ALL KINDS OP CAKES
Next Door to Sprngln's Hardware lloue
Phone 17 i ARDMORK IND. TER.
Stevens Kennedy Spragins
UIIS. HAIIDY .t McNEKS.rrops.
Sumery nnd I)lenes of Women n Specialty
Eye. Ct Nose and Throat.
GlieB tccurately fHUd. Office
over Hotchklsg' Jewelry itore.
A.rdmoro I. T.
OF THE ROAD
You have never soon anywhere a more splendid ar-
ray of buggies and swell stanhopes than you'll lind here.
Our stock comprises these popular makes:
White Elephant Buggies
Columbus and John Deere Buggies
We aro in a position right now to otter you special terms
and prices. We also carry as usual a large stock of
the latest improved labor-saving machinery
McCormick Mowers and Rakes
Shelf and Heavy Hardware and Builders' Supplies
BIVENS.:CORHN & FRENSLEY
DR. J. W. 8MITH
Phyilclan and Surgeon.
Office in Gorman Bulldtus
Office 'phono 6 S rlnua.
Residence 'phone 14.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. in . I u 4 .
Special attention Rivra tc Diseases
of Women and Children.
W. M. ANDERSON
(T. L. Smith's Stable.)
Offlca phone 125. Hosldence 20S
Fortune Unocka onco at every one's
doer but mlsfortuno Is forever knocking.
Retail Clerks' Union.
Local No. 635 R. C. I. P. A. meeU
second and fourth Monday nlghti In
L. D. HORN President.
B. G. MURPHY Secretory.
For low rates to tho World'3 Fair
via tho Toxas nnd and Pacific railway
ask any ticket agent or wrlto B. P.
Turner general passencer ngenl Dal
It's easy to rojclco over the succoss
of your brother so long as his suc-
cess isn't greater than yours.
L. B. SUTHERLAND
Phyilclan and Surjeon.
Offlco Upstairs In Postofflce Block.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
DR. ROBERT H. HENRY.
Physician and Surgeon.
Spoclalty Eye Ear Nos and Throat.
Offlco with Dr. Von Keller ovor
Bonner & Bonner's Drug; Store.
A. E. Adams E. E. Hellln
D. D.S. D. D. S.
ADAMS & HEFLIN
When Other Medicines Have Failed.
"I was troubled with kidney com-
tak. Foley's Kidney Cure. It has cur-
. when cvorythlng elmi has dlsap-
p.intfd. Pontn'r & Bonner.
SgodoB Slyspeysia Curo
Digests what you eat.
Tho latest improvement In Porce
lain Crown and Brldgo Worl:
Teeth Extracted Absolutely without
Pain by a now nnd up to dato meth
od. Everything wo do Is gur.rantood
Offlco No. 117 E. Main ovor Han
. Ardmore I. T.
WHITE it MYALL
Architects and Superintendents
Offlco m Noble Building.
Within a few weeks I will move my Millinery Stock
to tho Campbell building next door to A. C. Young and
until that time I olTor removal prices on all millinery.
Ut'uulnr prlco $10 to ti2 for $8.oo
RCKUlnr prlco 17 to I!) ... $5-75
Nodular prlco $0 60 for $4-75
UcKUlnr price $5.50 for $3-75
RoRUlnr prlco $1.50 for $3.&o
Street Huts and Children's Hats at your own price.
This is tho first Great Millinery bargain sale Aid.
more has ovor had. Don't delay ono day but como now
hilo the stock is complete. The now shipment of out- X
ag hats just received included in this Sacrilico Sale.
NKXT DOOH TO II tljll T 0 N I' I! E Ij DRY (1 O O I) S C Q' 4
.f. ... v r i t. t. .1. wwwHi iHHSiTTMBTTriidT 1 vliiiV.
feW Mms nicw BUU 3 St W WEIL w stohach troubli;. lvMTafy&.f coomtRcm I
nirfW L!lA lift SELECT A RAILWAY A3 JT
I MS. MRV0U5 DISUSES M Kl fiV M laVVrl PIPSIN.
PW) W YC U DO YOU n CLOTH ES. K D1SUStLjv) J fi M V SPAWS" Vf
J 'U 14 mf THE "KATY FLYER" AND Hk
Sold ut T. N. Col6 man's Drug Sloro
S ; 'M vgL? DNNG STATE O IMS. T::
The Worair Way!
li Fast Through Trsw
I lllu to 1 ri c. WAY Ur rHt WISE" J
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING I
. ; ua t 'm'.slj 70u with lltoraturo rolr.70 to tho bulldlnia hotels low
i-i.. t-i!ij lor.'ico otc A8t yoar local fi(;ont or uddroau
C. VJ. STRAIN 1 Division Pasoengcr accnt
Magnificent New Equipment on
To the Louisiana Pjciiaje Exposition at Saint Louis
l-nr c . 1 I of our hnnilBomoly llluatrittcul WorlJ's Fair Kolilor containing an ln
(lt-xi-il mn of tliu Kxpopltloa around and tho City of Ht. I.ouls. ana (ur full In-
( iruutlon reKurdlni; hcIicmIuIi-s to ttiti Worlil'H (iroali'st Kulr. '
Ask any Cotton Belt Man or Address
A. S. WAONBR I) n. MOROAN J. P.LEHANE
I . i: A. Waco T. P. A Ft. Worth. (). F & P. A. Tyler
line Ardmoraite N6
Ardmore. lud. Ter.
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