The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 203, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 5, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAiLY ArD"ORElTE.
Nebo. !. T. July $. fSpwIal Corrc-
jKHiderco ) We have had v--raJ
Klioirera of farln during the pant wi-k
and otir farmer say that crop ar in
fair condition. Tha web worm has
N1ki and Drake had an a" day sing-
lug at Drake last Sunday Many if
our Nobo friend attend!
Bx-Gownior Wm. Out f Sulphur
wna In Board Bottom last 'fV. visit-.
Jug Ilia nephew. II. C. Krobb
Black James of Board Bottom mado ;
a btislnea trip to Ardmore last week
Ho saya ho never aaw as many hoio .
In Arkansas la mo piece of land He
Is nn old-time Arkanaawer.
Tho health of the community I
very good with the exception (If a fw
cniww of chilli.
A subscription school rommonred at
Nobo lt Monday. Mr. C. M. Comb-
host teaclier. She la from Kentucky
and la aald to be qualified In fvr;
rtsapoet. Th" achool will onty las:
through the Hummer month i.
Mr. and Mrs II C Kreb and ltt't-'
son Nat will spend tho Fourth a.
Catarrh or Cold In the Head.
All druggists arc authorized by the
manufacturers of Humen'a Catarrh .
Cure to rofund the money where It
falls to cure any caio of catarrh no
matter of how long standing. It Is
pleasant to tnko and one application j
Xlvc ease and rost. Thin Is nn abtc-j
luto euro and tho only cntarrh romedy .
sold on a positive guarantee. No cure
no pay. Price COc. For sale by all '
druggists. 1 .
OF ARDMORE IND. TER.
jruaiantcps to turf anything 'li.it waiks the- earth of
Morphine Opium Cocaine
and Liquor Habits
The world wide- fame of tho system of treatment discov-
ered by Dr. J. S. Hill of Greenville Texas is earned by
his Miccess in curing thousands uf peoplo from all no-
ffssity craving and desire for Alcoholic L'quors Mor-
phine and other Drug Addictions. Dr. .1. S. Hill of
Greenville Texns is no longer engagod in the Sahitst
riuui work but his son .J. S. Hill .lr after years of ex-
perience with his father in the treatment o! thce dis-
cuses has opened up the Sanitarium at this place. Re
member our patients do not pay one cent until cured
satisfied and roudy to return homo". The length of time
required for a enro is from eight to ten days.
Consult or write in strictest confidence to
J. S. HILL jr.
Ardmore I. T.
A. F. and A. M.
a Ardmore lodge No. SI A. T .
A. M. Regular meeting oo
Na: or before the full moon la
x each month at 7: SO o'clock
A. EDDLEMAN. W .M.
O. H. BRUCE. Bee. i
R. A. M.
Ardmore chapter It. A.
H. No. 11. Regular meet-
ing second Tueiday night
In each month at 7:30 o'-
clock Masonic ttmple.
O. H. DKUCE. H.P.
J I GA' '
COUNCIL R. & S. M.
Ardmoru Council of
R. ft S. M. regular
flrit Thursday In
month at 7 30 p. m
ROUT. H. HENRi
' !I KRUCE. Ret order
tsjt Ardmore commandery No.
v fe a & .K. T. meets first Monday
vjaflBr In evepr month
"' A II. PALMER E. C.
O H BRUCE. Recorder. I
" t "I
Homer I. T. July 3. (Spoelal Cor-
respondence.) Wo nn- having plenty
Cotton 1h very orrow and very few
blooms. There are. a number of fields
in which a ;tnnd has not yet be"n
Tho corn crop la good and tho early
corn has Ix-en mado.
Homer needs a good gin nnd mil'
Tho Farmers' Union will help the
right kind of a man to build a gin und
We nlM) ne-l another doctor and a
Tho Woodmen of the World hnil a
picnic. Friday. There .wa a Jarge
turnout. Plenty to eat and every-
body hud a gcwnl time. .
Tho oil mni'hlne weat ol Homer has
been at n atnndHtlll for u wftck owing-
lt a hteakage of tho drill. Two I
xtratas of oil have already been pans-1
id at ii ilc-pth of 1511 feet.
Jro anil Kck MoCaskoll nnd families '
rrom Kutlo lBltcd Will McCaskeli or
W. U Martin. It. Ross ami Tom
llaker haw been In Ardmori- the past .
week attending court. '
Acd there's pure air pure water and
sunshine on the hill. Just the place
for a rest after the long wintor. It's
EureKa Springs ArK.
Operated hy Frisco System
Round-trip tickets to Eureka Springs
on sale every day in tho year.
ASK O. W. STRAIN. D. P. A
A Good Night's Rett.
Tho greatest tonic on i-urth ts a
good nlght'is rct. Restless nights and
(ho terrible exhaustion of a hacking
cough nro dread dangers of the poor
consumptive Hut why this fear of the
tilgbt when a few doses of Dr. liosch-
eo'a Oerman Syrup will Insure refrosn-
Ing Bleep entirely freo from cough or
night swont? Freo expectoration In the
morning Ih undo certain by taking
(lerinnn Syrup It haa cured consump-
tion for forty years. Trial bottle 26c.
Rig Dottle 75c. W. U Frame T. N
Durwnod f. T. July 3.--(Special
Corretrpondenco.) Wo had a light
rain hero las night. j
J. N. Hobbs Is hero front Springer
Work will begin In a few ikiys on
our now hall.
Collins U Harris arc building an ad
illtlon to their store house. 1
There will bo nn old-time picnic r"
Ihirwood on tho 12th of July. Every-
Itody Ia Invited to como and Imvu a
Tho baseball game here ywtrrday
nftornoon between the Durwood nnd
Provence boya roiiulKd III to 12 in f
vor of Durwood.
0. M. HntlUdd and Miss Clara
Utlllo wcro married hero on Ihn l".r i
of last nionth Ruv. .1. T. Whlltlngton
W. A. Marlon has sold his Interest
In tho storv hero to hla partner J. I.'
A COLORADO SUMMER
IS A PERFECT EXPERIENCE
Spend your Vacation in the Mountains. Breathe
the Crisp Pure Piney Air. Gather Strength and
Health from the Great Out-of-Doors and3 come
home happy. From June 1st to September 30th
the Santa Fe will sell you round trip ticKets at very
low rates. AsK the Santa Fe agent for particulars.
iff ' ifhfciVQuNiAiwk
r. w. a.
Meets in regu-
5 . Jar session
night In K. of P.
W. D. Tollvcr.
D. W. BUTCHER Clerk.
K. of P. nail.
F. O. E.
J -no p. m. in
Ardmore lodge No. 8
1. O. O. Y. meets every
luesday ulgbt at Odd
Fellows hall at 7:j0 o.clck.
W. W. TALIAFERRO. Sec'y.
W. S. KEENAN G. P. A.
DISTRICT COURT TERMS.
Treat Ycur Kidneys for Rheumatism.
When yon nro aulfcrlug from rheu-
matism tho kidneys must h- attended
to at encu so Hint they will ollml-
tiato the uric acid from tlu blood. Fo-
ley'rt Kidney Cure Is iho miut offccl-
U-o romody for (his purpose. R. T.
Hopkins of Polar Wis. sayi: Aftor
.msuccesHful doctoring thr.o yt-ais fori
rheumatism with the host doctors I'
tried Foley' Kidney Curo wnd It
-iirtil n e. 1 cannot speak too highly
of this great remedy." City Drug
Mlliilner-mailo men do not mdd to
tho might of the church militant.
Ramsey's highly perfumed Talcum
Powder prevents tho txlor f persplr-
utlon nnd Instantly ivllovi-w and cures
prickly heat etc. A pound package
2 F. J. RAMSEY Hrugglst.
Texas Chautauqua at Mineral Wells.
Don't fall to attend the lexas Chau-
tauqua at Mineral Wells July 1 to I).
Very low rates from all points via tho
Toxas and Pacific railway. Sessions
with two programs' dally will bo held
In Toxas Chautauqua Ahsi mbly hall n
commodious convention auditorium
with a Keating capacity of 3500 nnd
having tjvery modern convenience
Writo W. H. Ayer superintendent
Mlnoral Wolls for piogram:i giving list
of talentcvl spcaker3 who will participate.
Alwayd bettor Ih tho thorn on tho
blow than thu ono In tho heart.
Tho original is nlwnys tho host
Imitations nro chenp. Ilco's Iixatlvo
Honoy and Tar Is tho original Cough
Syrup. It Is different from all othow
It Is hotter than all others because
It euros all coughs anil colds and
leaves tho system stronger than be-
fore. Tho letter II In rod Is on ov
iry packngo. Sold by City Drug
Marietta Tishomingo and Ardmore
Will Have Three Terms Each.
Judge Tciwtisend has mado tho fol-
lowing order or court with reference
to tho terms of district court to bo held
at Marietta Tishomingo and Ardmore:
In compllntico with tho provisions
of nn act of congress entitled "An act
providing for additional United Stntes
Judges In tho Indian torrltory" and
for other purposes approved April 28
1001 It is ordered:
That there sluill ho Ihroo frms ol
court each year at the following plates
In tho said Southern district: Mari-
etta Tishomingo nnd Ardmore as pro-
vided by law snrno beginning ns fol-
lows: Marietta First term beginning Oc-
tober 2. 190G.
Marietta Second term beginning
October 12 1005.
Tishomingo First term beginning
October 23 190C.
Tishomingo Second term beginn-
ing Novcmbor 13 1905.
Ardmore Flrat term beginning De-
cember -I 1005.
Ardmore Second term beginning
January 2 1906.
Mnrlstta Heglnnlng January 29
Tishomingo Heglnnlng Fobrurary
Ardmoro Beginning March 26 1906.
Dono In chamber at Ardraoro In-
dian Territory this 24lh day of April
HOSKA TOWXSKN'D Judge.
M'i.-i first Monday afternoon at
II o'clock in each month.
MRS. A. 13. CPRTIS (liuard
MRS. T II. STVROBON Clerk
Ardmore Local Union No. 1028.
Carpenters and Joiners of America
Meets every Thursday evening at
7:30 o'clock In Union Hall West
W. II. KEENER Pros.
D. N. FEROUSON Fin. Sec.
Ardmore Typographical Union No. 649
Moots first Tuesday evening of
each mouth at 7:30 o'clock.
W. C. REAVES Pres.
ALUSON COI.EMA.N' Sec-Trcas.
So. 42 leaves t:05 a. m.
So. 44 leaves 2.05 p. m.
No. 43 arrives U:5J a. id.
So. rl arrives 7.35 p. in.
Vo. 84 (local) leaves 7:00 a. m.
So. 10 leaves . 3.00 p. m.
So. 9 arrives I 00 p. m.
So. 83 (local) arrives C.3U p. ra.
A Smooth Article.
Whon you find It necessnry to uso
snlvo us- DoWitt's Witch Hazel
Salvo. It Is tho purest nnd heat for!
Sores Burns Bolls Eczema Blind
Bleeding Itching or Protruding Pllos.
Get tho gonulne DoWitt's Witch Ha-7.L-1
Salve. Sold by all druggists.
So. ( 4 a. 1.
No. 17 4 p. ra
So. 19 12:36 p. m.
So. 12:60 a. m.
So. 18 11:50 s. ra.
Sn 20 5:45 m.
Nos. 6 6 19 and 20 are IrcM trains.
hllo Nob. 17 nnd 18 stop at the
irnller stations only on holm ttagged.
Canton Ardmoro No. 4 Patrlarchi
Militant I. O. O. F has regular meet
ing on first and third Monday nlghti
In each month.
W1I. DEVENEY Com.
D. T. N1SBETT. Clerk.
. 10 I. O. O. F. meets every
Friday night at Odd Fel-
lows hall at 7:30 o'clock.
J. T BARNWELL.
D. T. NISBETT. Scribe.
Tho strain and struggle or busy im
causes ninc-tenthi of tho dally ache.-i
and pains nud kidney sufferings of
i The busy folks who ork hard and
res little who think hard and uleep
little aro those who overtax the kid
To overwork the kldnoys is to con
gest and clog them to disturb ana
hliub r them In their great work o.
Altering the blood.
Busy men and women arfl too ape
to neglect sick kldnoys. In slito ot
achea and pains and urinary dlsor
lers they go on overworking i "HI the
kidneys glvo out.
There ts no middle road for Ir.o kid
Hev jMifferer. Ho must "Ithci' help
mil euro the kidneys or no the down-
vnrd coure towards fatal diabetes
md I. tights Dlaense. Tlioe Ii no
Vatch for Symptorns of Kidney Diseases. Regard Backache as a Danger
Signal. Test the Urine. Help the Kidneys Do Their Work.
Cure Them When They Are Sick.
HOW TO THLI There nru many
symptoms to tell you of sick kidneys.
First tho many aches or pains
Dull aching iu tbe small of thu
Sharp pains whon stooping or lilt
Rhcjmatlc nching In the muscles.
Neuralgic pain In the nerves.
Headaches nldeachei gout sciatlcu.
And thu urlnnry symptoms somo
npparent some found hy simple tests.
Frequent passages day and night.
Scalding due to Inflammation.
Scanty pnssngos or a stoppage.
Red. thick and Hl-ameUIng urine.
Other common symptoms are:
Puffy eyos; swollen limbs.
Pallid waxy complexion.
Drowslnoss lack of energy languor.
Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you.
Thla great kidney speilllj las re-
stored thenuands of kidney snftcreM
to roinpleto and pormw.nt hraltii.
It Is intended for the kidneys fnd Tor
tho kidneys only.
B. F. Mills of Ardmore I. T. tailor
and dyer residing at 500 Wet-t Main
street says: "Iu tho month of May
1002 I jmvo for publication a testi-
monial recommending Bonn's Kidney
PHI. They cured me of pain In my
back never severe enough to canso
me to lay off work but sufficient to
cause mo more pain than ono should
endure when Doau' Kidney Pills can
bo enslly obtained. Today a year
;aftcr making my original statement
1 cannot add anything to it except
Dlzzinevs "spots" before the oyes. J that I have exerted myself In many
Weak heart; debility indigestion. 'wns. but have never had the slight 03t
Theio Is only one thing to do when symptom of a recurrence of my old
any of these symptom- appear and trouble. Doan's Kidney Fills cure ab-
that Is to cure tho kidneys. No need
to experiment. Doan's Kidney Pills
have cured hundreds of peoplo in
your own city. Their testimony
If you wi-h to try Doan's Kidney
Pills free of expense write to Fws-ler-Mllburn
Co. Buffalo N. Y. for a
DOAN'S K 1 D N EPY
j For lale by all dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Miburn Co. DufTalo N. Y.
Ardmoro Camp No.
33 Woodmen of the
World meets every
Friday ulgbt In the
month except the tlhrd In the K. of
ED SANDLIN. C C.
JEFF JONES. Clerk.
K. of P.
Myrtlo lodge No. 7
Knights ot Pythias meet
In Castle Hall
every Thursday evenlnp
FRANK BERRYHILL. K. of R. &. S
A. O. U. W.
Ardmoro Lodge No. 41.
meets regular every first
anJ third Wednesday
nights at K. of P. hall.
W. R. ROBERTS M. W.
A. LOWENSTEIN. Recorder.
Hollo of tne frame
hlvo No. 1 Ladles ol
the Maccabees meets on
tho first Wednesday af-
ternoon In each inontb
in the Odd Fellows hall
MRS. SUSAN MASON.
URS. E. M. GOFF
Keeper of Records.
I. O. R. M.
. Washita tribe No. S3
Improved Order of Red-
l men meets In Odd Fel
lows' hall every Wtdnes
' day night at 7:30 o'clock
J. T. UAHNWJSLU
D. T. NISBETT C. of R
I B. E. W.
International Brotherhood of Elcc
trlcal Workers ldgo No. 40C moots
overy Friday evening tit Union hall.
E. M. PARKER President.
A A. HOICOMB F. Sec'y.
If words wero wings heaven would
have needed enlarging lone ago.
B. I O. Elks meet
second and fourth Fri
day In each month at
Elks hall West Main
W. B. JOHNSON E. R.
It. L. SANOETtfl Sec.
General Teamsters' Union No. 533.
J B. DoARMOND Pres.
Q. W. YOUNG Sec.
THEY ARE BUSINESS BRINGERS
' : Want fid
THEY BRING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Is tho rule and there 'are no
-exceptions to it. Tell uh tho lum-
oer you want and how much or
rf 3- iV I "uw nucli or
tollu wlm yu aro "iftkiug and
vi0'11 fl4?u.tlo feet wanted. You
M c l0550 tho knrt an1 WQ attend to
ttll tnorest "on tho wmiim."
Little orders nr.. alirays wolrnmo and tho
quicker aud bettor w.i i-xii till Item the better
It ple.HOH u. The lumler n Kr..d cnrefully
k vim can have lum wlmi u i. ..
V Miyim can have utwlmt l bent for the inrrn.n
TAKE THE ARDMOREITE.
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