The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 278, Ed. 1, Friday, September 30, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Prldsy Sopt. SO 1804.
THE JAIuY ArtDV jfiLiTE.
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-
a gies and Wagons.
Stevens Kennedy Spragins
I'orn week or no this fall. Slu your
with then tell them what s cu aro ilc
If poaslblo. In lace then tocomo ha
October 1 1 round trip tickets will be sold
at one fare plus $2
To nearly all Indlina and Ohio point and certain destinations In
Kentucky- Tickets cood returnlnt: 20 daya from date of aalu.
SELVIDGE BUSINESS COLLEGE
A tnoronicb practical tMlnlnc achool complete and op to dato In erery department
Day and nlirbt acbonl tho entire year Hay puntla attend nlirht achool without oitn
chark'ea. Tuition tie por month or $10 for unlimited achcilarshlp. Hoard 110 to
per month. No vacation rnplla may enter at anytime. Every pupil la placed on nil
merits or may advance aa rapidly aa bla ability will permit. Thoroutrn training It
hortcat time conalatont with etllclcncr Refcrencea Any bank or bualneaa Urm li
C)alncTllli or Ardmoro. For catalogue addioaa
Q. r. SKLVinoE. A. M. M. Accta. 1'realdent. Ardmoro. I T . or Qalnearllle. Texaa
Tor a few week. I will
make Hump Photoa at
15 cents PER DOZEN
Tbl offer does not intend Into
the buay aeaaon of the year. I
hare li.-iri.Mtnn to offer In -vry
Krade ot l'hotoar-a.iba turn limit-
ed time Visit ray tudlo and are
tho quality of the work.
S. S. COLE PHOTOGRAPHER
Over Ardmore Nal'l Hank
Specialist in Porcelain
Crown Bridge and In-
lay work. : :: :: ::
Bonner's Drug Store.
The most elaborate line of
Picture Frames and
ever shown in Ardmoro
can be seen at
BROWN & BRIDCMAN'S
and at prices to
Step In nest door to the poHofflce
and ace tuelr line.
.iil frinda talli over eld tlmt'3
ItiK it mo irrcat S.uthwcst and
ln.i'uua anil loon the ground
20 27 and
Fulldetalle from jonr nearest nock Island
GEO H LEE J. S. M'NALLY-
Ocn raa.Ak-t. Div. P.i9. Airt..
Lltllw Hock. Ark. Oklahoma CUy. O. T.
Will euro any case of Kidney
or Bladder discaso that is not
beyond tho reach of mcdicino.
OIVEN UP TO DIE.
' D. Bpl'gel 1531 N. Vlrclnla St. EraniTtlts.
Ind. wrltna t "For over fonr roara I was trooblad
with a Mdnry and bladder ailoctlon. I lojt Cash
and waannabU to work. Three pliyilelani failed
to help ma and I waiclvaa np to dls. ."oly'
Kidney Core wai recommended and the first
bottle rave ma great rallaf and after taking the
tacond bottle I waa entirely cared."
Two Size 50 Cents and f 1.00
IF YOU ARE
of Well Tubing. Flues
or uny kind of Tin
work be sure and tig.
uro with mo. I think I
can save yon money on
anything in my lino.
200 :: SOUTH MILL STHKBT
and STATION WORK f .r RAILWAY
SERVICE. We will teach you
and Rti'i-Ho it ijiojr If situa.
Hi rt Is li t aaaignr 1 y u.
1 rfu 1 r jljra c-'dtets
07.1LA3 TZLCCHAFII CCLLtGC
! the 1'nlted States District Couri
lor tlic Southern Olstrlrt of the In
dlan Territory at Tishomingo.
Iu the matter of S. C. Hall bank-
To the Hon. Hosea Townsend
ju li;e or snld court:
S. C. Hall or Tishomingo I. T. In
.said Jlstrlct rospoctfully roproseutn
that ou the 20th day or Juno 1J03
he was duly adjudged a bankrupt un-
der the nets ot congress relating to
bankruptcy and that ho lias duly sur-
rendered all or his property and right
or property and has mily compiled
..1th all ot tho requirements of the
said acts and ot all the orders or the
tourt touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore ho prays that lio bo de-
creed by tho court to have a full 'dis-
charge from all debts provable
against his estate under said bank-
ruptcy acts uxcopt such debts as Are
excepted by tho law from such dis-
charge. This the 17th day of March 1901.
S. C. HALL Bankrupt.
Southern District Indian Territory
On this 17th day ot March 1901 on
nadlug said petition It is ordered by
the court that a hearing bo had upon
the 21th day of October 1901 at Tish-
omingo In snld district at 10 o'clock
In tho forenoon that a notice thereof
be published In tho Anlmorelto a
newspaper publlslijsd In the said Jis-
'let. and that all known crodttoi3
ami other persons Interested may np-
piar at said time and place and sltow
cause If any they have why tho pray
er of said petitioner should not bo
It Is further ordered by tho court
H at the clerk of this court send by
.mil to all known creditors of said
fi titli.r.t rs. copies of mid petition
i iv this order addressed to them -it
'.. .r place of residence as stated
WItnesH Hon. Hosea Townsend
jj ' l'o of said court and the seal thoro-
i at TMiomlngo Iu said district.
This 17th day of March 1?01.
C M. CAMPBELL Clerk
lly W. T. WAHD. Deputy.
First published Sept. 23 190t.
In the United States District Court
for tho Southern District of the In-
dian Territory at Tishomingo.
In tho matter of I.. O. Clements ii
To tho Hon. Hosea Townscnd
Judge of said court:
L. O. Clements W. E. Cooper nnd
W. M. Itnpcr of Mulburn I. T. In
said district respectfully represents
to the court that on tho 7th dav or
May 1003 they wore duly .djudgol
Uinkrupts under tho acts of eongrcst
roia'ing to bankruptcy and have fully
compiled with all of tho r"-j"ltcn.ccts
of fnU acts aid of tho ordors o" the
court touching tbolr bankruptcy.
VhTeforo they pray that tbey may
iU creed by the court to t-avo n
lull .'Ischargo trom all debts piovable
nsair.it their estato under si I bank-
ruptcy acts except such dobts as aro
excepted by law from such discharge.
This 17th day of March 1901.
u. o. ci.i:mknts & sons
Southern District Indian Torrltory.
On this 17th day of March 1901 on
reading said petition it Is ordered y
the court that a hearing bo had jpoa
the 21th day of October 1901 at Tish-
omingo In said district nt 10 o'clock
In tho forenoon .that a notico thereof
bo published in tho Ardmorotte a
newspaper published In tho said dis-
trict and that all known creditors
an i othor persons Interested mav ap-
pear at said tlmo and place in-1 show
cause If any they have why the pray-
er of said petitioners should not D
It Is further ordered by tho court
that tho clerk of this court send bj
p all to all known creditors of said
petitioners copies of said petition
and this order addressed to thoTi at
their place of residence as stated.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townscnd
Jndgo of said court and tho seal there
of at Tishomingo In said district.
This 17th day of March 1901.
C. M. CAMPBELL Cleric.
Dy W. T. WARD Deputy.
First published Sept. 23 1901.
In Uio United Sttes Court In tho In-
dian Territory Sou'S.;ru District.
W. D. Watson plaintiff vs. Mnnda
Vat8on defendant. No 5976.
Tho dofendunt Mandii Watson Is
wnrnod to appear in thla court In
thirty days nnd answer tho complaint
of tho plaintiff W. 11. Watson.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend
Judgo of said court and tho seal there-
of this 9th day of Soptembor 1904.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
S. H. Dutler attorney.
H. A. Lodbotter attorney for non-
resident. First published Soptomber 11 1904.
When a woman Is unhappily married
dir- goes for sympathy to one at whom
l.c Jeers for never having caught a
No appetite lost ot strength
nervousness headache constipation
bad breath general debility sour ris-
ings and catarrh of the stomach are
all due to Indigestion. Kodol cures
Indigestion. This new discovery repre-
sents the natural Juices of digestion
tS they exist In a healthy stomach
combined wilh the greatest known tonic
and reconstructive properties. Kodol
Dyspepsia Curs doea not only cure In-
digestion and dyspepsia but this lamous
remedy cures all stomach troubles by
cleansing purifying sweetening and
strengthening the mucouj membranes
lining the slomsch.
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
Gives Health to the sick and
Ctrcnotlt to tlia Vk.
' Dottles oilr. SI. 00 Sl:s h-Ulne 2 tlmai
I tnj mil Hie which ttht (or SOc.
! Prepared by 1!. C. DoWltt & Co. Ctdeafo.
Sold by all Drugcuts.
Iu the United States Court In the
Indian Territory fcVuihcrn District.
Carrie Wilson plaintiff vs. tleorBf
Wilson defendant. No. rJSi.
The defendant (leorgo Wilson is
wnrned to appear in this court In thir-
ty days and answer the complaint o(
the plaintiff. Carrie Wilson.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townscnd
Judge of said court and the seal thoro-
or. this 21th day of Sept 1901.
tSeal) C. M. CAMl'IHJI.U Clerk.
Ily W. S. Crockett Deputy Clerk.
Drown & Marsh nttornoys.
S. H. Duller utiorney non-resident
First published September 25 1901.
Take a Dip In the Surf.
On October 2 the M.. K. & T. rail-
way will liave on sale round trip
tickets to Galveston Tex. for JO. 75.
Train leaves Durant at 5:03 p. m.
Tickets will bo good to leave Gal
veston up to midnight October 12
Seo Knty'a agents about It 23-7
When a girl Is Jealous It Is a sign
she will come pretty nuar to fooling
you Into thinking she Is not.
A now theory that Is proving suc-
cessful In tho euro of Coughs Lung
and Bronchial affections Is offorod In
Hoes' l.axatlvo Honoy and Tar. This
remedy cuts tho mucous heals tho
membranous lining of the throat
lungs nnd bronchial tubes; wards oft
Pneumonia and strongthona tho sys-
tem generally. Croup and Whooping
Cough disappear before its uso as
snow before tho sunshine of spring.
It's pleasant. Sold by City Drug
It makes a boy pretty tired to have
his mother to take so much pains with
the wny he must dress to make a
creditable appearanco at Sunday
school when he is really going fishing
Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching piles produce molsturo and
cause Itching; this form as well as
tho blind bleeding or protruding pi Ins
aro cured by Dr. Ilo-san-ko'r Pile Horn-
edy. Stops Itching and bleeding. Ab-
sorbs tumors SOc a Jar at druggists
or sent by mall. Troatlso tree. Write
mo about your case. Dr. Hunsanko
Phlla Ia. For sale by W. D. Frame.
The Frisco System will Issue dur-
ing the summer months tourist round-
trip tickets to various resorts and lo-
cations tho mountains lakes and
seashore at greatly roduced rates
with ample return limit.
Call on nearest agent or oddreea
passenger TrafTlo Department
"Several years alnce my lungs woro
fo badly affected that I had many
hemorrhat?e" writes A. M. Ako ot
Wood Ind. "I Look treatment with
several physicians without any bono-
at. I then started to tako Foley's Hon
ey ami Tar and my lungs are now at
sound as a ballot I tocommond it In
advance stages of lung troubles."
I.'onner & Bonner.
tosBtHaiCOUatHattMl hail luntfi
Buggies it Cost.
Cur stock Includes tat Hynes and
Ii;ee buggies the best ot. carlb. Vis-
It our buggy house on Nvi'i Wash-
We have a lino of bi'zgles !it wc
wct to close out at coa
SPnAtfiii' & GO.
OoWEtVs fKjc6V Salvo
For Piles Burns Soros.
RADICAL LIQUOR CURE.
In l'l-ra'u Mir Dron l.nnr Hur. Aro
i-.llril lo Hi.. ldi-tiill..
"There Is only one i-Ufttmii Iu our
country which I would like to seo es-
tiiMlshnl In A morion nml Hint l the
cttntom of ili'iillim with ilrunknriR"
Hitld a IVrslnn. "In our country when
a liuiti Kct drunk we take lilm nml null
hllii to the sidewalk ililvlnii the plktH
tbroii-li his cur. Then when other
pe iplc come nloiig they plt In hi
fare and kick hltiMintll l In sober. I
think thin tnetluMl would do n groHt
deal of Komi In America lnvtiue you
hate more ilrunketutvhs than we do.
There are no mtlooiin In Persia tho
elder licvcriiKOjIiidiiK homemade wine.
They don't own know what bcr I.
"Our otllclnla hao several ways of
milking prisoner confer to crlniM"
said the 1'einlan. "The favorite meth-
od N to take them on a Mtund around
whlili nil the people of tho town
pathcr nnd then put out one eye.
If the crime In not very great an arm
Is cut off or a log hovered. If It Is only
u trivial otTcuic probably an ear lit nc-
ritirod Very often innocent people
are subjected to thexe torment but It
cannot be hclpiM.
' Ihe IVrnluin very seldom hut.K a
man for crime. If he kill another lw
N lined $1." nnd allowed to ho. If Iih
kilix ten or a dor.en and the people
finally deride (hut ho ought to be put
out or the way he In hanged lint Ik
Is not liaiiKiiI .-. they liiiux men in
tills country Ho In lunik-til by the feet
nnd a hc.it) Weight Is tleil to his head
Then lie Is allowed to ille. If the no-
etled prisoner In n womiu. her hair In
Nhorn ftotu her he.id. provided the ot-
feiie is ii trivial one. If It Is u serious
one slie may bo touted Into n room
lllleil with mad cats and be scratched
Pertilnn Jail are 'dark cellars nnd
contain no luiniliiro whatever. Tim
gowrnuiont doesn't feed prisoners this
beluit left to friends of the accused.
If he happens to have no friends lie
will Ntnrw to death oftentimes when
food Is brotlKlit by friends the keepers
of the prison and the other ollli Inls up-
proprlHte it ho the prisoners have to
go huiigry."-Sloux City Journal.
That awful grinding stabbing pain
In the lmck Is from tho kidneys. A
dose o: I'luculos will cure It over
nli?ht. Plneules Is a now discovery
put up In a new way. A delightful
remedy nnd specific for all Kidney
and bladder troubles. Sold by City
Smile and tho won I smiles with you
If you aro willing to scttlo with tho
WISE of j
W. A. PRIDE
The Oldest Tinner In Ardmore
Dona all kind of
TIN. OHAVl'.l and A HI' A ALT
(ialranlzed Iron Work a Hpaclalt)
Livery Transfer Co.
Llrory Feed and Sale Stable
W. J. Wllllama Mifr. HUI.I'IIUK I T.
f Hack I.toei from Uarla to Sulphur
T HtaMca atHulpburand Davla
i liua moetn all tratna at Hulpbur
IT'S MEXICO TIME
Hhort of ICuropeanJ the "Knnt" there la no
mirn dellKntful apot Id tbu world for a va-
cation than Mexico Thorn tho tnirvlnr
feela tbo (trance eh urm of old world altruta
and ace lua nnd oujnota and cuatuma new
and BtriDge attract tho a'tention at every
From Bt. I.onla to Mexico City the M.. K.
& T. H'y. operatoa a Pullmtn Sleeper run-
nine through without chanGe. Ratea aie
low now. Write tor pirtloulira and copy of
booklet "Ulchtt and Soonea In Old Mexico'
ST. LOUIS no.
And everything kept in a
first-class market buy from
GEO. I. JORDAN
Attorne at Law and Land AjtnL
WYNNEWOOD I. T.
Speclsd attention to Commsrcisd asd
H. C. Pottcrf. E. A. Walkr.
POTTERF & WALKER.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Offices over City Nntloual Bank
Ardmore I. T.
STILLVELL H. RUSSfILL
Ardmore I T.
Engage to do a general pio-.tice la
the courts of tho Indian and Oklahoma
Territories .Oillces In Noble BullJlug
those occupied by late firm of Itusaall
FRED J. ROEMCR M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Oflko over Jones" Furniture Storo.
DR. J. W. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
urtlco In Oorruan Bulldlus
OClcis 'phono C i rings.
Rcfldeuco 'phone i4
OClre hours 10 to 12 . m . 1 U i p
Special attention Rlvtra to Dlieascs
of Women and Children.
.'.P. vox KHll.i:il.M.I. It. II. IIKNKY H. D.
Iti-a. I'liimc It (tea Phene .178
Offico Phorie 1-18.
von KELLER & HENRY
Physicians and Surgeons.
Eye Ear Noso nnd Throat
Spectacles and Eye Olassca
Oillce over Bonner & Bonncr'i
Drug Store Uooms 3 to 9.
L. B. SUTHERLAND
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllco Upstairs la Postcfflca) Bloc.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
DR. J. A. HUMPHREY.
Specialist. i v .
Eye Car hose and TkroaL'
Olwei accurately fitted. OMem
over ilotchklss' Jewelry store.
t jdmora i x.
T. W. MYALL & CO.
Architects and Superintendents.
Offlco over First National Bonk
Ardmore .... iha Ter.
imfl. HAUDY Ik MoNKEH Propa.
Huritvry and Ulaoaaos of woiuon a apeelaJtr
Small stock of Drug's Ink'ood shape.
t in exenauo lor uooa property In
Tlireo-room house with rtell Rood
iruii lot Mxiw.
Inter married surplus hied on; will
oicuan((c lor ucsiraoie city prop-
erty. Sotuevury de-lrablo close-in proporty
on easy tonus.
4-room houas A street N. E $9.00
l-rooin houso A a rect and
4th avunne northwest T.SO
3 room house II street uud
8tli avenue northwest 0.00
Store bouse on east Main.
See ti5 for Bargains
Smith AKers Co.
iai n nni tin
W r. rULANUy !
Buys aud eelld laud mnkea
o lease contractu eecurea ul-
lotmenta for citizens keep
". Ilrstcla88 surveyor in office
' work guaranteed . Office over
' First National Bank.
HOBB'S CARRIAGE SK;0P
Dlieaaed Feet and Track Iloraea a ape-
claity Olve ua your borae and we will
We have a Carriage department aspi-
rate from our UoraeaUoelnK department
AJko Hrat.olaa I'alutlnL Trlrumlnf and
I's flroa 'way .Noribeaat
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