The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 134, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 16, 1905 Page: 7 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday April 16 1905.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Wet seasons arc forngc t ft years.
One of th objections Ui liny-making
1 that It Interfers seriously with
Alfalfa never poll In curlim.
Fact. It ir.iiy bo dlicolured It may lose
much i't its lent If Itnutlletl too dry
It may bo sour anil mitaty but after
nil stevk love It anrt will thrlvs on It.
Keep the damaged alfalfa for homo
consumption and sell your bright hay
if there b? ti surphi.
Feed for tht summer month can
be nsimrad by phuittnic Kirglmtit cow-
Ihvih. milled ponntitH. t'encllluria aojn
beans mid similar ciohi. Artlchoko
ara more properly a winter fod and
can he used for 117 other slock o well
nil hog. They are novcr ready for uo
before Oecemlver IS.
flood home-made hny always neliu
for a good price and at a profit over
cont of production. Cowpcu and km-
jrhum hay rarely wlls for lew than
$S per ton usually for 510. Peanut
hay Is worth quite as much as alfalfa.
There Is not a farm In tlw south on
which nn abundance of one or the oth-
er or thee three hy crops will not
Oirlvo If sown In the next sixty days.
Cultivate' quickly after wch rain.
If ehowers follow quickly It Is well;
if dry weather sets In It Ik better.
It Is a Rood rule for the south went and
works null both ways wet or dry.
When our southwestern people pay
as much attention to RrowltiR early
spring chicken mpmbs and lambs as
thty nro now giving to potatoes there
will Indeed lie retuon for coiiRmtu-
The housewife stores aggs and car-
ries them from the dump season to
the deur; why should cotton growers
be called gamblers whun thoy keep
cotton under shed and carry over for
We hear the cry of "poor stand"
coming from potato growers from near-
ly ovory section. This Is due to too
frequent rains flat planting bud cold
olls. It often happens m. Thorough
am) careful preparation of land is the
only prevention of this trouble. Faro
Last Hope Vanished.
When lending physicians said Ilia
V. M. Stnlthart of I'ekin. Pa. had In
curable comminution his last hope va
nlMud; but Dr. King's New Discovery
for Cpnsumptlim. Coughs and Colds
kept him out of his grave. He says:
"This great specific completely cured
me and saved my life. Since then. I
li.iVP used it for over 10 years and
consider It a marvelous throat nnd
lung euro." Strictly sclcntlllc cure for
Coughs. Soro Throats or Colds; wiro
preventive of Pneumonia. Guaranteed.
50c and $1.00 bottles at W. 11. Frame's
drug store. Trial bottle free.
Thero will be more home entertain-
ments her? this summer than In any
erg' Little Liver anil Stomach
Pills will cure constipation liver and
stomach troubles when all other rem-
edies fall. Klllelent and do not grlpo.
100 pills 5 cents. City Drug Store
V. H. Frame. Pmn.
H maki's a wall flower wither to talk
about omnse blossonm.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
DcEt and Most Pouplar.
Mothers buy it for croupy children
railroad men buy it for severe coughs
and elderly people buy It for la grippe"
snvs Mooro Pros. Kldon lown. "Wo
sell more of Chnniberlnln's Cough Rem
edy than any other kind. It fceouis to
have taken tho lead over several oth-
er good brands." Thero Is no question
but this medicine is the host that can
be procured for coughs and colds
whether it be n child or an adult Hint
Is Inlllletod. It nlways curea and cures
quickly. Sold by F. .1. Rnmsoy W. 15.
Frame and Ardmoro Drug Co.
I haw tho inu s -iU need for f.in.i
or "public work nnd sell them right.
7-il7-wl 12. .1. IIUIlIlARn.
Cures Coughs and Colds
Mrs. V.. r-oterson (WO l.'ilto St. To-
poka Kans.. says. Of nil cough rom-
odlo Rallard's II reh'nuu' Syrup '.3
my favorite; it has done uutl will do
all that is claimed for It to speedily
euro all coughs and colds and It I
so awoot nnd pleasant tp tnstc. So.d
by W. H. Fiume.
Free DeBell's Kidney Pills.
Cut this out and get n full-size box
of Do-Pell's KIdnoy Pills absolutely
free. Dolay may mean dentil. Do-
Doll's KIdnoy Pills may euro you. Send
at onco to C. W. Deggs Sons & Co.
Station C Chicago III. This offer Is
good for 30 days only.
Sold by all druggists.
Sco our lino beforo you nuy oshlng
niVBNS CORHN fc FRKNSLUY.
A dentist may bo able to kill n nerve
but ho Is holplos when It comes to 1
Everything 'you cut will tasto goad
nnd do koou tr you tnuo Kings uys
pepsla Tablets. Sold by City Drug
Special to the Ardmorelt.'.
KansHs City. Mo. April 1 1. Al-
though total cattl" receipts wete 11
Utile heavier limn usual this week tlw
supply Is not up to the cxprctntloiH
In view of the big ndvnnee of hut
week and the market has hurctoforo
helil sternly. Yesterday was the litftli-
est iVay so far this yenr and the prlee.i
are about 1U lower todn). Opinion Is
general that the small break today will
piovu only tempnrary and that the
market ne.t week will be buck to the
high level again. Top steers nt the
quarantine division this week sold nt
$ft."G and In both ruse weight
were lots Uinn 1250 pounds flood lO.ai
to 1209 pound steers sold tills week at
$r..SR to n.tin lighter sleers from f 1.75
to yfi.'J.I common steers from $inn
to $1.50 Hotut pixMt hHfers sold In
quarantine this week at from $l.iwi to
$1.85 cows JJ.75 U 51.00 canners.
$2.75 bull $3.25 to $3 75 venl Ml
Hogs tliiclinted mildly top today
$5.15 same as last Thnrsdny bulk of
sales higher than a week ago. Ml $5. .10
to $5. in ms light hogs are selling nt
very near top prices now. Iteoefpls arc
moderate now but packers are count
Ins nn ltanvler runs nnd lower prices
soon. Of course. If the run falls to lu-
cre? prices will not go any lower.
Mutton markets are not satisfacto-
ry this week since shippers have been
whrcwiod to expect extren.'ly lilgh
prlcos this jenr. Present prices hi
still higher and not much different
from a week ago but markets lnck
snap llest lambs bring $0.35 yenrllngs
$(i.5o. wethers $S.0o ewes $0115. Clip
pod stock sell fill to HI) cents below
woolt'd stuff. A few spring Iambs sold
this wck at $SX0 to $10.00.
Live tock Correspondent.
One night Is all t ho I lino necessary
to prove that I'luoules Is tho best rem-
edy In the world for Mckache and all
kidney and bladder troubles. If you
have rheumatism or nny other blood
disease a single dose will give relief.
Sold by City Drug Store.
Magnificent Wall Chart.
The most attractive premium offer
of recent years Is contnlned In the pre
position made by tlte Republic St
Loulrf .Mo to old and new subscribers
of the Twlce-a-Weck Republic tlw
oldest established weekly newspaper
In thu west and' Farm Progress tho
great monthly farm and home Journal
also published by the Itepuhllc.
To every person who sends $1 to
pay for 0110 year's subscription (nei
or old) of tho Twco-nWeek Repub-
lic (101 Issues a year) and Farm Pro
gr?ss (tho big monthly) the Republic
will mall postage prepaid nnd secure'
ly packed a new accurate and com
plete set of well charts containing
three xront sheets oach as-Sil Inches
with nine maps as follows:
Map of the world; your choice of
any of tho following states; Mlsjou
rl Illinois Arkansas Kansas Texas
unil Indlnn Territory and Oklahoma
(the two last named 011 one slu'et); a
new map of the United States ami up-to-date
mail of Alaska the Philippines
Porto Rico Hawaii Panama and the
canal nnd n topographic map of the
Riif.so-Pnpanse war district.
Portraits of all the presidents from
Washington to Roosevelt are nlso
If you aro thinking tc buying a
typewriter buy tho best tho Visible
Writing Underwood. This machine
took tho Cirand Prlzo nt tho World's
Fair and Is for salo cm easy terms by
(. P. Solvldgo Ast for Chickasaw Na
tion Ardraoio. I. T. ia-tt
Propnnrllons for the entertainment
of the editors nt No. liil ranch know
no bounds and spare no expense.
The Right Name Is DeWltt.
DeWltfs Witch Hazel Salvo cojI
sonthru nuil IimiU cntH. lim-tm luill
hrulsos piles ami all skin diseases. 1C
ni. .iciicrioose Aiioipu v. vdi. says:
"My little daughUr hnd white swelling
so nau inni jui'ce inter picco or lion
wnrkcil out of her leir DoWIII'm U'llc1
Hazel Salve cured her." It is the most
W.imlorflll liPfillm.- wfilvo In tli w-nrlil
Downrc of counterfeits. Sold by all
MEET IVE IN GALVESTON
Anil Hear What Texas has to Olfer
If ynu ore not n.illsllei wlili-yniir iirint
toi'atlou anil want to liuttr your condlll 11
yon sboulil utteml tbe
CONVENTION Of NORTHERN SETTLERS
At nntcstt)ll. Tc. April 21.2.1
Kvery Norttiern man looklni; f r ti lumie
Is liivtlcM to isiirae hour wlitit Is offered nticl
cticKuu (or liliuielt
The First nnU Last Opportunity
of the Kind
Ou April fih rooml tr'j
til-Ken win no mu the
M. KAT. U'y nt I t than
enq Jare for thu rouncl trip
Ak the Airont or wrlto
Gen'l. Passenger and TicKet
BOX 911 ST. LOU3 MO
W htive fornietl a jmrtnorMhip
iind secured ottlco rooms ovor
tlio United Slates Postotilco
and announce to our friends and
the public that we have both
city and agricultural property
for sale and are also in the mar-
ket to buv
Call at our o'luv up stairs in
the pt 'stoMtn' building.
WALCOTT a MULKEY.
Bargains in Land
Indian Lands and Lousi's bought
Lands ennvovt'd with absolute
title in U'o siinph.
Yourchiinci' to own tt hmnu.
Zly pfoporty 11 specialty.
Deeds conttucts nnd morlffttgos
NTotnt'y in oflice.
For Fine CasKcts and Up-
to-Uate iuncral fur-
BROWN & BRIDGMAN
UndertaKers and Em-
balmers. Next to Post
Office. Open day and night
We tire ready for you '
L'hono us any time
W A. PRIDE the Tinner
And Worker In j Galvanized Iron'
F. Rl. FOX
ATTOIJ.Ntn - AT LAW
Uuys notes loans Money lluys
Intermarried Surplus and lands.
AHIl.MOltn. 1. T
THE FINEST OF FRESH MEATS.
Every order delivered.
WEST MAIN SI
l ?n PijT U tnr unnstunil
lrrilHtt 'tin cr ulcoratloii
of mu' oun titembrnn'ti
l'iln.. li not itrln
Ri'iit nr poiuntiui
Nol J lij- lraci;lt.
or 'M In plain wra..r
I'T exnrrt r-repaid. (01
t CO. .r Jl.ottl f4 7J.
( 'rcular ttvl ou seuueit
nn-l STATION W0.1U f.-r (1AILVAT
SCHVICE. We will teach you
niirt.lv tnnroiiRlily.jira. 'imlty
lid RL1IM) 71 'TIOM if IU.
tlon t not afcfclgiittt yoit
I'orfull vaniculau nJiltrm
IALUS TCLCOnAPII COl.tCCF.
An ibiolutt (ptclllf ad antt-jeptlc prt v
ratlta tar all klnd al
6IMFLY A 01RQLE. FBQFCOTLT HARMLESS.
A 1 ura cure tor Moaricnui Tanillltla Qulniy
In.lamtd Ulcaratad and Catarrhal Sort Throat.
A preventive al Craup WhaoplRf Coufh and
l'uittrvi.vn nKALiKo nooTnixa
Eatorted b taa iloit rmtnant Throat Special
lite In the oouuirj.
(hould ha kept In ererr home l'rlca 16 Centa
Merc Uadlolna Co. Da alolnaa low.
City Drug Storo W. D. Frame Trop.
Amfc Uuftrtit.c Vj
Ml i irlnui.
To the Mothers of Ardmore.
The women of the Civic LeaGue he-
seech you to encourage your children
t. enter the .Isitlle ngnlnat dirt tit
ene and death. Oerm-lndden rubbli
piles In our yards aro the dan-.i'
sources of sporadic cases of tyoh tl
dlphtherlu scarlet fover and Kin el
innllgmant dUoniten that rob o-ir ho..!- s
of our children and brlnfc sorr w diid
rograt to our hearts. Chu a.td
wholewuno yards with a f v v in .it'int
IIowpis and jtrnrcful ralllt 1 Mi.ps
and the laimhter of children pbivlnn
there can never Iw rplac I by th"
most urcfully kept lot li li- rcn--tery
however beautiful the co-nly
iniiDHmtmt retired nbovo the sn. roa
clay or however fraRiunt the rare e.ot-
ion oiT-ifd at the thrlne of the ilrlm
Roaper by tivrvft relatlvo and sonov-
Ut iu plant llowers for th. lUli.n.
nor wait till death claims our loved
To you. ihi miithem and bom-
umkers. we look for aliHance an I n.-
rourngcinent In tbls grest work wr
Most cordially yours.
RnttermMnn .i l.eiith biig-tiex
Seclnl biislnew wagoui
Soe the new lino on N'orth Washing-
Thero are few dlsimies that Indict
more torture than rheumatism nnd 1
there Is probably no disease for which
juch a varied and useless lot of rem
edles Iwve Ik-cii sugKested. To wiy thnt
1 it can be cured is therefore a hold
statement to make but Chnmberlnln s
Pain Ilnlm. which enjoys nn v xtenslve
sale hns met with great success In
the treatment of this disease. One up-
plloatlon of Pain Ilnlm will rell -v.i
the pain and hundreds of stiffen rs
hnvo testified to pernianent cures by
Its use. Why suffer when Pain Halm
affords such quick relief and costs
''lt n trlllle? For sale by F .1 Rnmyey
W. 11. Fnime and Ardmore Urug Co.
1 In th.j Fulled States court In the
Indlnn Territory Southern district nti
j Ardmore. (
j II. U. FostPr Receiver et al plain-
1 lifts vs. Tho Tishomingo Hotel Co. et'
I al. lcr'udnnt8. No. r710.
! Tho defendant Klrby Purdom Is
I warned to app?nr iu tills court In thlr-(
I ly days and answer (he complaint of (
the idalntlffs II. H. Foster receiver et
Witness tho Hon. Hosen Townsend
.luilgc of said court nnd the seal
thereof this 11th day or April 100.-. I
(Seal) C. M. CAMPHKI.l. Clerk j
Potter Ilowmau & Potter Attor-
neys. Attorney for non-resident: .1. C.
First published April 11 1903. I
Hlveus Corhn & Frensley have the
Ilnoat lot of screen doors In tho city
I am making special prlcos on itu.s-
soil's big bolo proline cotton seed
Cnll ut onco. 13. II. Ptigh Ardmore I
"Meant y Is only skin deep" but that .
Is deep enough. 1
Dreadful Attack of Whooplnrj Cough.
.Mrs. I31lcn Harllson or 300 Park
Ave. Kansas t'lty Mo. writes as fol-
1 lows. "Our two children had a severe1
attack or whooping cough one of them
' In the paroxysm of coughing would
often faint and bleed at tho nose. We
tried everything wo heard of without
getting relief. Wo then rnllcd in our
family doctor who prescribed Fok .1
Honey and Tnr. With tho very first
.lose thoy began to improve and we
! feci that It has saved their lives
Itofuso substitutes. For salo by City
Wo want every Ittlo girl to take part
In our stovo mntoat. Come to tin
storo onrly and roglstor your nami
and got a book that will tell you how
to win. NOIII.K HIIOS.
The well-Bcoured crdllor can rest on
' Foley's Honey ind Tnr tor.talni no
I nplatos nnd will not cousilnnt llki
I nearly oil other cough medicines. Rt
! fuse aubstltiitou For salo by City Drug
Public opinion Is the most powerful
mornl force. 1
j Catarrhl Catarrh! Catarrh!
; All drugglstH aro aulhurlzcd by tlif
j tnanufncturijra or Hunsen'n Oatarr'i
Ouro to reriind the money ir it rails to
fiiro any case or Nasal Catarrh Ca
( tarrhal Denfnoss or Catarrh of tho
1 Head no matter of how long standing.
! Ono application gives easo nnd rest.
; Contains no mercury or otiiur Injurious
I drug. Hansen's Catarrh Curo Is tho
only Catarrh remedy sold on a posl-
tlvo guarantee No Curo No Pay.
Prlco CO cents.
Bold by all druggists.
Vro want overy lady In the cltv tt
all nnd look through our stock of
buggies nnd surroys.
IllVlCNS COU11N & FIU3NSI.I5Y.
LET US SHOW YOU
The groat Muck's Range. It will help you figure
out tho ten reasons why it is the best iu the world.
It will ho tv good chaneo for you to come in and become
iiffuuinted iT you nro not tilreudy one of our customers.
At tho sumo timo yon will see what a lot of other good
thinss wo have for you here. It makes no diflVrcnce
whether you are buying or not wo'll bi glad to ec ou.
Our offerings this .spring include the
11 nest stock of
Buggies HacKs Phaetons and Surreys
we.have ever carried. Stop into our buggy houso
ou North Washington street make your selection
you'll iind that we will give you the most liberal
price iind the lowest terms.
For the fanner wo havo tho newest thing in
Cultivators Turning Plows
Cotton and Corn Planters
We want to sell you your hardware for lfJOo
Bookkeeping and Shorthand
tocettier with alt tbe ituillt-a uaually rrulirarvil In n hli;hKrailii
nito-dat liualnuaa eooreu m tauirbt.raoet thorouuhlr praotloally
and RDOcentally In
wrttetorcte SELVIDGE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. P.Selvldrfe A. M. rl Accti Pres. Ardmore I. T. and CalnesTllli T
Ardmore and Pauls Valley.
Unlimited SchoUrihlp SI0
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