The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 231, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 4, 1904 Page: 7 of 8
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NOT A PATENT MDWINE.
THE TOWER OF HUNf ER.
A I'miium I'rUiiti nf I'ltu l.nn : "ilncr
"Tiio lower ol II tinker" wns n tinmo
pivpn tu tho t'i'v- of fSniilninli. In
IMm celebrated kiiiw of tin' refer-
ence made to It In IJhiiIc'a Iiiforno."
Cgollnt. count of iliorniilfcn (I'J'.'O-
Ml) was the lie.nl of i lending Olil-
bcllliif ft ttiily in I'isu. I lo.ivrtlni; tli
Citilliellliirs lio wttit over to tlic
GuelpliK Afterwtml ho returned to
his own side mid Joined Hint uticotu-
pinnilslii ruction wlilrli recorded
Arclititint l:tVKl'H un tlielr lii-ml mi-
til dloieiiMoim nroM between lilln mid
ttmn Hflir lie lind killed the nicliblsli-
op's nephew in n (junnel.
In Hit- MiimtiM-r of lUKS I'gollno win
seized liy tln fihlbulllnu and wnt n
prisoner to tli tower of OiiuIhiicII.
Willi 1W two mills mid two crnndgotiR.
flere tlii-y were kept till Mmi-oIi. 12M.
when Hie duor of Hit- tower wns fns-
tened the ke.VM tlirowu Into l ho Aruo
nnd the prlooii.-rs -f 'o die of stiirva-
Itlon. rh tower which wit ewr after
unowr. at Hi lower of Uuuifer" wit
n ruins lit the end of the tl.'tennth ten-
ytury mid whk (1111111- destroyed In 1080.
VI he Wnr Thnt Nuiiip Win llenloncit
t mt lliu Ctitlti-nt.
The tmme Africa was given by tbo
ltotnnn eoiiiitierors after the third
(Tunic war H. C. 110 to the province
which they formed to cover the terri
tory of Curtilage. It was mobt prob
ably adopted from tbo word "Afry-
gnh" Hie Ciirthukjenlau term for a col-
ony. This original Africa wns limited In
xtent. Its borders reached according
to rilny from the Ulver Tusch on the
veht which divided It from Nuuildla
the bottom of the Syrtis Minor on
ie southeast though Ptolemy cnrrWs
It an far east a the bottom of the
Qreat SyrUs. making It include Numi-
11a and Trlpolltana.
1n later dys the whole African con-
tinent took its name from this part
which In Its narrower limits corre-
ponded with the modern regency of
Cunls and was callvd by the Greeks
Serbia. Afr.ctis the stormy southwest
rind was so called in Italy because It
lew from Africa
Imiilrmrnta of Wnrlnrr
jITbere is a story of a privateer's
ww of forty to fifty men capturing a
Turkish galley with MX) seamen and
oldlers on board by means of a swarm
f bees Judiciously thrown among the
iepcnkable ones. However this may
it tbero are enough autbetitic In-
tan coh of strange methods of attack
5 provide amply atttllclent material
)r the casuist In deciding what Is fair
nd what unfair lu war. liurnlng
r" ihtha boiling lead birds carcases
men and horsws Chlneso stinkpots
snides the Implements already men-
oned have all been used for offensive
j defensive purposes In actual w ar-
te. I'rnnk nf Cltr I.lKlittilnK.
In 1S-I4 a tinning smack off one of the
iethmd Isles was struck by light-
lig during a fierce storm. The bob
Vt struck the mast which it splin-
ted completely. It then pasted to a
itch in the pocket of a man sitting
Jie to the mast and completely melt-
J it. The man not only was uuln-
ml but be did not know what had
ken place till b took his watch from
i pocket aud found it fused Into a
Just n few more Ire cream freerers
.d water coolers at cost.
BIVENS. COIUIN & FRENSLEY.
Stolen $15 Reward.
Stolen from three miles south of
ion I. T. July 31 on red leather
die branded on cantel E. It. B
)0 worth $35. Will pay $7.50 for
Idle or $15 for saddle nnd capture
E. It. BIIIDWELL
n Simon I. T.
Phe heaviest and best grado of the
thess granite waro at
JIVEN'S COItHN & FltENSLEY.
aders the bllo more fluid and thus
the blocnl to flow; it affords
"pt relief from biliousness. Indi-
on. slcU and nervous headaches
the over-indulgence In food and
lk. Herblno acts quickly n dose
fr meals will brlni; the patient in-
IKood condition In a fow dayB.
L. Caldwell Agr. M. K. nnd T.
Jt.. Checotah Ind. Ter. write
jl 18 1903: "I was ftick for over
j yearn with enlargement of the
r and spleen. Tha doctors did me
l. 1 -..1 T V .1 J 11.1 nil lirm
EUUU 11UU I ii.u blivu ujr fill IJwini
I'Mng cured when my druggist ad-
Ui me to u&o Herblno. It has made
Isound and well." 00c Sold by
Itvnp r-nnlil f'lrtilrh KOmo fine EUb-
for war correspondents at.d you
Hyomei the Guaranteed Catarrh
Cure Prescribed By Physlelans.
No one should hfound Ilyoni I
with pnten' medicines that are adver-j
tlced to cure catarrh. It Is as far su- j
perlor to them all us the diamond lj
more valuable than rhap glass. Their
composition is secret but Hyoeml
gives Its formula to all reputable phy-
ilclun. Is It not foolish to try and cure ca-
tarrh by swallowing tablets or li-
quids? The only natural way to cure
this disease of the respiratory organs
is to breathe Hyomei.
This treatment has been so success-
ful curlnjf 99 per cent of all who
have used it. that Hyomei Is now si H
by the Hy Drug Store under an ab-o
lute stmranteo to refund the mcn y
if It dees not cure. You run no ri
whatever n buying Hyoin i. li i
did not possess unit'iuil povvi
cure It could not b- Fold upn il. -plan.
1 14 Broadway
CnrrinRe Shop you can get Rubber Tires KVpnireil. Llorf s
Shot! nml all General Hlncksmithini; and Buug-y Kopitirt' g
Htjvrrnishini: Paintiac Top Repairing faot the bin entl of
our business is Bl'CJGY RKPA1RIKG- We nre tnio peo-
ple in this line. Whv not i;ivt u your work' We will do
it right and give you the best on prices. U I' ALLKX.
have to leave Dallas to
DeWItt Is the Name.
lien you go to buy Witch Hazel
1) look for the namo DeWItt on
box. Tho pure unadulterated
h Hazel Is usoj In making De-
s Witch Hazel Salve which Is
v-Snt salvo In tho world for cuts.
A bruises bolls eczema and plies.
YKipularlty cf DeWItt's Witch Ha-
alvj duo to its many cures nas
tl numerous worthless counter-
to bo placed on the market. Tno
no bears tho rarao k. u. uo-
& Co. Chicago SoM by all
A unlabel of actors were discussing
recently the merit of different board
lug bouses In a certain city and the
arguinetii tinned on the coiiipiii'.ith
inengerueNS of the table board provid-
ed by the various landladies line of
the party who b..d lixtened quietly to
the talk now spoke up.
"If one of you tellows really wants to
put yourself on it rigid diet." he said.
"go to .Mrs. 's boarding iio.'se in
Clnelniintl. 1 came down to jrcak.'nn
theie one morning and tin servant
waltzed up and asked me if I'd have
ham or eggs. 1 said 1 didn't wi.nt to be
grasping and ordered the yolk of tin
egg i-ald I'd have the white of It for
lunch." Harper's Weekly.
Notice! Mill and Gin Men.
A full line ofPipe Fittings PacHinjj Hose
Brass Goods. TanHs Steam Pumps
Rubber and Leather Belting. Try us.
Tinners and Plumbers
West M'tin .street Long Instance 1'hone 7!i
Hi l.lUes Mullit-rlii-lr 11 .
That 11 uiother-lu-lnw Is not always
an unwelcome adjunct to the family
is proved in a wholesale way In the
case of a Itavarian who is steward on
a large estate in Monaco. He lost two
wives but lu both Instances nfter their
death be retained the mothers-in-law
and now he has taken unto himself
wife No. 3 who comes into his bome
nccompanled by her mother as well us
three unmarried sisters. All these good
women who constitute his household
are suld to dwell together lu peace and
When pains or Irrltntlon exist on
any part of tho body tho application
of Uallard's Snow Liniment gives
prompt relief. E. W Sullivan Prop.
Sullivan House El Ueno O. T. writes
Juno C 1902: "I take pleasure la
recommending Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment to all who aro allllcted wlUi
rheumatism. It is the only remedy 1
have found that gives immediate re-
lief." 25c 50c $1.00. For snle by W.
A remedy that Is guaranteed to
cure any kind o bowel trouble Is
worth remembering. Hamsey's Diar-
rhoea Itunaway cures every time. See
add in this Issue.
31 F. J. ItAMSEY Druggist.
Row W. L. Riley L. L. D.. Cuba. N.
Y. writes: "Alter fifteen days of
excruciating pain from sciatic rheu-
matism under various trcatinont. I
was Induced to try Uallard's Snow
Liniment; tho first application giving
my first relief and the second entire
relief. I can glvo It unqualified re-
commendation." 25c 50c. $1.00. Sold
by W. 13. Frame.
Dm Uason's fruit jars If you want
ittUfaction. Spraglns & Co. have
tKn til sizes. lCJ&w
A Perfect Painless Pill
is tho one thnt will cleanso tho sys-
tem set the liver to action remove
the bile clear tho complexion cure
headache nnd leave a good taste In
tho mouth. Tho famous little pills
for doing such work pleasantly and
effectually aro DeWItt's Little Early
Risers. Hob Moore of Ijifayette Ind..
says: "All other pills I have used
grlpo nnd sicken while DeWItt's Lit-
tle Early Risers are simply perfect.
Sold by all druggists.
Any style buggy from a run-about
to a handsome surrey for Just a little
less than others sell them.
Stop That Cough.
When a cough a tickling or an irri-
tation in the throat makes you feel
uncomfortable take Uallard's Horo-
bound Syrup. Don't wait until tho
disease has gone beyond control. Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Anderson 354 West
5th St. Salt iJike City Utah writes:
"We think Bollard's Horehound Syr-
up tho best medicine for coughs and
colds. Wo have used it for several
years; It always gives Immediate re-
lief is very pleasant and gives per-
fect satisfaction." 5c 50c $1.00
Sold by W B. Frame
sixty yonrs the Monarch al the
tho celebrated Mitchell wagon.
by Blvens Corhn & Frc-nsle
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.
Stevens onnerly Spragins
If Your Table Is Supplied
With the standard brnndB of Groceries frewh from the factory
it follows us night the day thnt you are doing your buyjui: at
Pelker's. Here you'll find the beet of everything good to put
under one roof If you ate not already u regular cnstointr give
U6 your nest order.
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEES
CHASE & SANBORN'S TEAS
FULL LINE OF HEINZ'S GOODS
FRESH SHIPMENT OF ALL KINDS OF CAKES
Next Door to Spragln's Hardware House
Phone 174 ARDMORE IND. TER.
Kodol Dyspepsia Guro
Igosta what you oat.
"I had diabetes in its worst form."
writes Marlon Lee ot Dnnreath Ind.
"I tried eiKht physkians without re-'
llof. Only threo bottles of Fcley's
Kidney Cure made roe a well man."
Hinner & Bonner.
Wo have the finest grtcery delivery
wagons ever in tho city and wo want
evory man who uss delivery wagonn
to inspect them. The wa?ons will
pleaso you the price will please you
I SPRAGINS ic CO.
ONE NIGHT TO LAKELAND
In as many hours us it once took days the jonrney
from Kansas City to the cool lake resorts of Illi-
nois Wisconsin and Miunesotu is now comfort-
ubly made by The Southwest Limited of the
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST.PAUL
Leave Kansas City (LToion Statior ) at 5 55 p m
orOroud Avenue 0 07 p. m.. arrive t'uieugo (Un-
ion Sintiou) 8 55 a. iu the ut-xt day.
L;ae Chicago (Union S'aticii) ih tnme
luorniLg and anive that day at any one (f several
buiioml 'meal tutmner retorts in the Lakeland of
Illinois Whrooi-in aijd Minnow ta All meals
trwd in dining iniv- Union s-tnlions iu both
eitits. Desciiptive bntklets lor fix niitb' postage
M. F. SMITH G. L. COBB
Commercial Atnt Southwestern Passenger At
Slaughter Bid Dallas Texas 907 Main S. Kansas Citj Y o
L2rj& II IT. tfL-.
So" n t ful i lU - H. i S'toro
SELY1DGE BUSINESS COLLEGE
A thrTnnuti. trctte.il trntnlrik-M'h' "i coiniili't- nml up to itntp In evory ilPlartnint
Pay nnd nlicht chonl the entire Si'nr Iuy pupil iitten 1 nlulit nctiool without exttr.
.hiirten. Tuition I tier month or Ml1 tt unlimited Bi lit.rhlp. Ilimrd 110 tii UM
per mouth. No vncMkni rupllw may enter nt nny time Kverjr pupil l placed nn Mt
inerltK or may adrani-o a rnpMly hU alillltr will penult Thorough tralnlnc E
h irtt time ( oDflntent with elllclencr llelerenee-Any hank nr builDii Urtn lu
Inlneavllle or Arduiore. For oatalocue a'litixaK
a. V. HKl.VIIHli:. A. M M Acctn . I'realtleut. Ardmore I T or (lalneivllle. Texa.
THREE POINTS OF
Tin Ifn-V-w Faul mcnlrrn dnlly train 'errlen hetween
I IIO HUlJ riytP at. Loul In the north. San Antonio anil
(Inlvexlon In the muth TnroUKh Hlpepltii: Cam even aa far n Mexico City
- Chair Cars and ConRtie.
lletneen Knnpna City nnl Oklahomn am)
T. B. Tho lino to Oklahoma City Will he opened early In February.
The Short Line
"Kntu" ninmn Qtl4!nnc MealabOc. Moderate In price.
lUXy Ulning SXaXIOIlS uuurpacdlniuallty.ierTlc
There nre other point othr train. With 2x)0 mllea ot road Rrld-lronlnK
Ml Mlaaourl. Kanaaa Inillan Territory Oklahoma and Txaatht
i rVi Knty" oflera exceptional ndrantak-ea to traveler and shipper
D T alike Holder maim. Illustrated hook and Inlurmatlon will
Oo 1 cheerfully he furnlahod hy uny "Katy" agent.
" Kuty ' to the World's Fair. St. Louis.
Because it n the beat and made at home by
Whaley Mill and Elevator Company.
Get the Habit!
Habit is the strongest impulse in man. Mnybe you have b?cn
in the babit of buying inferior goods. Moybe you have been
in the habit of paying more for what you buy than yonr neigh
bor pays. Right at tbiB point we
want to get ni in the habit of
doing vour luing here. Stand
urd good low pi ices easy terms
and guaranteed satisfaction. That
sounds good. It is good Our
word makes it good.
Our stock includes eveiy thing
NEW MOLINE WAGONS
Wagon a Buggy HARNESS
We offer the best terms
and lowest prices.
John Deere Bug'g'ies
i I .
The Buildiiiff Demand
Never ceases to call for flrst-clasB
labor and material as hotter ant)
mor( costly houses aro being built.
To meet this we employ only first?
class workmen in our factory and1 ustf
the best of materinl. Anything that
enters into the outsido or insido oi
any kind of a buildiug cau bo quickly
and promptly Eupplied by
f Ardmore Sash and Door Factory
' AKOMOKU I T.
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