The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 253, Ed. 1, Friday, September 1, 1905 Page: 6 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmore Friday September 1 1905.
No. 2 luvea b:06
No. 44 lcavea .I.U5 p
No. 41 arrives 11:6.1 6.
No. fl arrives 7.35 p. in.
No. 81 (local) Uzroi 7:00 m.
tfo. 10 loaves 8.00 p. tr.
No 9 arrive 00 p. m.
lio. 83 (local) arrives. .... .8:30 p. m.
No r. ra-
tio. 17 4 p. m.
I to. 19 ":35 p. m.
No. 6 ll:B0 ' m-
No 18 11:60 a. in
No to 6:45 p. m.
No. G C 19 and 20 are IrcM trains
Mhllo Nos. 17 and 18 atop at the
I'.Diillor Btatlom only on balm flawed.
Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years
"1 hod been troubled with tame back
fur firtoen years ntid found a completu
recmqry In tho use of Chnmborlaln'H
I'flln Halm" says John a. lllsher Oll-
llnni Ind. Thl liniment Ih also with-
out an equal for sprains uud bruises
It In for sale by 1-'. J. Rummy V. n.
Kramo. Homier & llouner Arilniore
Relatives don't think so hard or a
mWr after he dies Olid leaves II to
Plump cheek Hushed with the oft
Blow of health and n pure complexion
ninke all women beautiful. Take a
Binall done of Herblne after each
menl: It. will prevent constlpa-
Hon and lmlp digest what yon have
eate n. Mrs. W. M. Stroud .Mldlolhlnn
Tex. wrlteH May 31 1001 :
"Wo have iiacd Herblne In our fam-
ily for eight years and found It the
bent medicine we ever lined for con-
Mlpatlon bilious fever and malaria."
W. 11. Frame.
1 havo diilte n number or applica-
tions from j onus men and young la-
Il.s who wnut to work for their
Iw.ird and attend Hargrove college.;
ny family desiring to help worthy
hoy and girls In this way will please
notify me at once.
J. M. OHOSS.
No amount of money can console
nonie people for not having more.
You can make tho terms when you
my a buggy from us. NOIILE BltOS.
T (1. Caldwell has resigned his for
mer position as bookkeeper with T. L.
tiUHlol and has accepts a slmllar po-1 . m-
r.it.on with VWM-ndnim .the West; jSJV ninl
ill Vl O" ' i til
Main Street Grocer. He Invites his
friends In to aee him nt his now place
Tho Cotton Holt General Passenger
department at Tyler Texas have Is-
sued quite a unique advertisement In
tho form or beautiful Cold Kdgo play-
ing cards which can be purchased nt
Cotton Hell Ticket offices and on our
Cafe cars. Price twenty-five (25)
cents per deck or send thirty (30)
cents In s'.nmps to General Passenger
xas. for - trans-
It-member that we keop It In stock.
IllvnNS. COUHN & FHENSIjHY.
We have Just received a stock of
lertuan enameled kitchen waro bowls
lid pitchers. Something new and the
Jiceht In tho city. Come In nnd soo.
fl tf Practical Tluncrs and Plumbers
Danger In Kidney Disease.
Don't' delay when the first symptom.-
of kidney troubled uppeur. Ask
vout druggUt for a box of Dellell's
lUdney Pills prepared expressly for
M kidney trouble such as Lumbago
ttaekache and all urinary troubles. A
weeIN trl-il.wlll oftlmes cure mild
ik's Take a box or two nnd yoiu-
Kidney trouble will disappear. Hold on
-t punitive guarantee No cure no pay.
Price 2fir per box. For nle by all
Town people should do loss quar-
reling and country people should a&e
Jr.'Uer seed corn.
' You can apply ManZan Inside right
vh 7e the pain Is. It Is put up In col-
liipnible tubes with nuzzle attachment
Or Introducing It. Man7.an stops pain
-in lantly and cures all kinds of blind.
Uhlng and protruding piles. Sold by
'ity l)i ug Store.
man who hag all he knows at lilt
t w.ue's command Is a prodigy of ht
doesn't know much.
H.iv Fever Can Be Cured.
All dniffglMs nre authorized by tho
manufacturers of Uunsens Catarrh
Cure to refund the money where It
1'Aih. lo cure In any case of Hay Fe-
ver no matter of how long standing.
One application gives ease and rest.
Thin Is a new discovery and la the
onlj Hay Fever remedy sold on n
positive guarantee No cure no pay.
Price f-Oc For sale by all druggists.
One munMimy bo able to break a
home but later tho horse does a stunt
on u race truck and brenks a dozen of
The Best Line
Louisville & Nashville R R
East and North
Two Trains Daily
From New Orleans & Memphis
CiiAa J. KArri.cs
Laws una Trealle"
Ciu. It. M aat.it
KAPPLER & flERILLAT
Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law
fraction beforo all Courts; ConeriM.1 Out
vrnmeat l)tiarimontfi and Cotumliiloai.
Indian cases a jpeclaur-
Office nund blJif.
i. V. Cabtll. . L. Our.
cabell & deen
Do a General Practtc.
Oflcei over Ilotchklsa' Jewelry jJUm
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
Low Round Trip Rates
For illustrated litcrattirp time
tables maps rates etc.
I. W. .Morrow T. P. A. Houtton Texas
T. II. KlnKKloy T. P. A. Dnllax Toian
N. II. Ilalrd. T. P. A.. Little Itock. Ark.
A. J. DURDITT & SON
Stage connections from the San-
ta Fc to Sulphur meets all
trains at Davis Special atten-
tion given to commercial men.
Stable on the north side near
Sulphur I. T.
Abscesses with few exceptions niv
Indicative of constipation or debility.
V. II. Harrison Cleveland. Miss.
writes Aug. 15 11)02: "I wnut lo say
a word of praise for Ballard's Snow
Mulment. 1 stepped on a null which
caused the cords In my leg to contract
and nn abscess to rise In my hnee
and tho dootor told me that I would
have u stiff leg. so one day 1 Vent to
.1. F. Lord's drug store (who Is now
In Denver Colo.) Ho recommended a
bottle of Snow Unlment; I got a 50c
size and It cured my leg. It Is the
.best liniment In the world. W. 11.
ARDMORE LABOR AGENCY
Ollcri-aac A. .Smith. Mauugrrii
OFFICK l'"lrt stairway east of City Drue
More. Phone Mi.
Wo furnish employment to those
who desire i and secure help
for those needing it. All busi-
ness entrusted to us will receive
our prompt attention. : :
It doesn't necessarily follow that n
man rich because he happens to
have more monoy than brains.
Feet Swollen to Immense Size.
"I had kidney trouble so bad that
I could not work" aays .1 J. Cox of
Valley View. Ky. "My feet were swol-
len to Immenso size nnd 1 was con-
lined to my bed and physicians were
unable to give mo any relief. My doc-
tor finally prescribed Foley's Kidney
Cure which made n well man or nie.'"
City Drug Store.
Any small boy can mako a honie run
every time lie knocks his ball through
a pane or glass.
Men are always trying to kill two
birds with one stone. They will do
iretty well if they get one.
Some people talk In their sleep and.
Judging by the dullness of their con-
versation others sleep in their talk.
Croup Is (fulckly rolleved and
Whooping Cough will not "run its
course" If you uso Iho original fleo's
Laxative Hctioy and Tnr. This Cough
Syrup Is dlffcicat from nil others be-
cause It acta on tho bowels You can-
not euro Croup nnd Whooping Cough
until you rid tho system of all conges-
t on. by working off the cold tiirougn
a copious action of the bowels. lice's
Ijixntlve Honey nnd Tnr does this and
euros all Coughs Croup. Whooping
Cough etc. No oplntes. Sold by City
Cigarettes If properly classified.
would come under fouls of the air
In the United States court In tho
Indinn Territory Southern district:
Kdwnrd 1). Uradley plaintiff vs
Jiura Ilradlcy defendant. No. C308.
The defendant Imuo Bradley Is
warned to nnnenr In this court In thir
ty days and answer tho complaint of
tho nlnlntlff Edward 1J. urnuicy.
Witness tho lion liosca Townsenti
Judge of said court and tho seal there
of this 7th day of Aug. 1U0&.
(Senl.) C. M. CAMi'UfcJLi. cicru.
W. S. CHOCKUTT Deputy.
J. C. Thompson attorney.
Attoruoy for non-resident W. D.
First published August 7 1005.
It Is dltUcult to cure a cough or
fav yoiirhWf from the discomforts of
n cold uules you move tho bowels.
-Hee'R laxative Houey and Tar acts
on the boweU and drives cold out of
the system. For Croup Whooping
Cough. Colds and all Lung and llrou
chlnl affections uo remedy is enual
o the original Ilee's laxative Honey
usd Tar. A Lluuld Cold Cure. Sold by
t ity Drug Store.
flirls prefer evening partis which
the men can attend but mirrloJ w.-
non prefer nfteruooi pirtlv which
lur out all men.
The nerve tonic for men and women
who havo Utat tired feeling run down
and need building up should try Man-Er-VIne.
50 cents nt City Drug Store
It is a pleasuro to tako Dr. Dade's
Little Liver Tills and enjoy their ton
ic effect upon the liver. Sold by City
It's a good time to select a now
pocket lwok for our stock now repre
sent tho latest shapes and leathers In
the moil stylish colors. 2G ctnta to
27 V. .7. It AM SKY. Druggist.
Ilackache is never known to thoe
. r.som who take an occasional dote
f Tlneule. The value of the intlu
cotaineil from the pine tree has long
1 .! recognized In the treatment nf
i!1 w.isoa of the bladder and kidneys
One dose of Plneules will give relief
rtitd one bolt Pi will (Hire Sold by the
l uy Drug Store.
How are your kidneys. It Is danger
one t delay when the kidneys are
Ick. One box of kldney-Kltcs will roe
ommend tho next. 25 cent. City Drug
Store. W. 11. Frame. Proprietor.
(f til automobile U known by Its
k ir-1 iK)wer. the air ship aUonhl be
1 novsn by 1U bird power.
When a xirl Is two her father Is
pleaded when she goes Into his pocV
ets when he comes home at nights
when she Is ten he Is In Hated and
when she is thirty he gets mad.
Kwvy part of tlie mucous mem-
buiic the noM. throat ears head and
lungs etc.. are subject to disease ami
Might from neglected cold. Hallnrd-i
llorehouud Syrup is a pleasant and
W Akendrlck. Valley Mills. Texas.
Mti'ea. "I have used Italian!' Here-
hound Syrup for couhIir and tlirost
troubles: It is a pleasant and moat of.
f Mine remedy "
Tie jdll that will riorg's uttle
Llvor and -Stomach Pills euros const!
patlon sour stomach and liver com
plaint. Try them. 100 pills 25 cents
it City Drug Store.
Our buggies are standard brands
kUio Kcai-atUes that goes with them
will ctkU You mako a mistake when
k'u 'buz from the buggy peddler.
iru r purchased of us means com-
the wearer for wo cunrantee
et fit Smithsonian trusses fit
wear bet' or Mian any otliT
In the Mayor's Court for tho Incor
porated town of Dougherty I. T.
John It. Corbln plaintiff vs. J. D
Harrison defendant; warning ordor
Tho defendant J. II Harrison Is
warned to apponr In this court within
thirty dnys and answer tho complaint
of tho plaintiff John II. Corbln.
Witness tho Honorable J. W. llrcod
lovo Mayor of said Incorporated town
of Dougherty Indinn Territory and
the seal thereof at Dougherty I. T
this t)io llth day of August 1005.
J. W URKKDLOVK Mayor.
Dougherty I. T.
L R. Mason attorney for plaintiff.
J. T. Coleman- attorney for non rcs
First published August 13 1905.
U 8 but natural to supposo that th
Inhabitants ut Sagevllle are wiseacres.
In nix l tat unnatural
Irrtutiona or ulceration!
of rauoou rurrajrAnei.
P.lnli.... anil tint aitrtn.
ArKEtMISClIMiCJUCO. c-nl or poi.oouui.
. CIHC1N:UTI0IV)&2 hoi a uraccuti
fW. B.3.A. jKSt or itnt lo plain wrrir
i7 vxprcu prrpifciu tor
Circular pt ou rcuuM'
For cuts burns old sores eczema
piles and all skin diseases thcro is
no remedy equal to Hawkeyo Family
Salvo. 25ccnts at City Drug store
Ucforo me. It. W. Dick mayor ol
tho city of Ardmore I. T John L.
Oalt plaintiff vs. Jim Johnson. defend
Tho defendant Jim Johnson Is
wnrned to appear In this court within
thirty dnys and answer the complaint
of plaintiff John L. Oalt.
This 19th day of August. 1905.
It. W. DICK
Mayor of tho City of Ardmore.
Sam Butler attorney for non-resl
First published August 20 1903.
Tho original is always the best
mltatlona nre cheap. Bco's laxative
Bonoy and Tar Is tho original Cough
lyrup. It Is different from all others
-It Is bettor than nil others because
t cures nil coughs and colds and
jtaves tho system stronger than bo-
fore. Tho letter B In red is on ev'
ery package. Sold by City Drug
i. C. Potterf. E. A. Walker
POTTERF & WALKER.
Attorneys tnd Counsellor at Ln
Office over City National BaJk
Ardmore I. T.
ALBEKT J. LEE
Office In Nobis Bid. Ardmore l. r.
Spoclal connection in Waanlnftoi
for the prompt and careful handling
of all mattora coming boforo tho D
partmcni of the Interior Court ol
Claim and the Suprome Court ot tae
DRS. BOOTH &. BOOTH.
Physicians end Surgeons.
Olll co Phone -i. Residence Phono 1.
.Office over Coleman'a Drug Storo...
DR. R. M. McCALL.
Office Randol Building. .
Hours 9 to 11:30 a. m.; 2 to 5 p. m.
Ofllco Phono 572 Res. Phone 555
D1 PHILIP STEPHENS.
Office. Randol Building
Hours 9:30 to 11:30 a. m.
2 to 4. 7 to 8 p. m.
Ofllco phono 572. Residence 423.
DR. G. E. GOODWIN
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllco ov?r Hall & Hillis. Offlcj phone
319 lesldcnco phono 307. Ofllco
hours 9 to 11 n. m. 2 to 4 p. m.
Special nttcntlon given to can-
cers a large per cent removed
without the knife.
Our offerings this spring include the
finest stock of
Baggies HacKs Phaetons and Surreys
we have ever carried. Step into our buggy house
on North Washington street make your selection
you'll find that we will give you the most liberal
price and the lowest terms.
For the farmer we have the newest thing in
Cultivators Turning Plows
Cotton and Corn Planters
We want to sell you your hardware for 1905
K.r.YOS KKLL.EU.M.D. R. H. HKMHT. M.D.
Bet. Phone it Itan. Phoaa -i''
OEne Tbone Hi
von KELLER & HENRY
Physicians and Surflevnt.
Rjn Bar Nose and Throat Bpeelaltiti.
Speetaolet A Eto Qlanti accuratelr fitted.
OUloe over Oonaer fi Bonner's. Ronm3 tot
DR. R. D. MOORE.
Office In Frcnaley Bldg oer Hotch-
klis" Jowolry store.
Special attention to treatment ot piles
and diseases ot women. Residence
phone 213. Ofllco phone 493.
DR. J. M. VADEN.
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllco hours from 8 to 12 and I to
4 and 7 to 9.
Offlco Noble Building.
Ofllco phono 68 residence 71.
DRS. J. W. A LENIA E13IMINQER
223 B 8t. 8. W. One Bltck South ef
Courthouue. Phone 8.
Dr. J. P. Fanu. Dr. E. 4. Wooaara
FANN & WOODARD.
Office over Ramsey' Drug Store.
Phone 401. Ardmore I. T
DR. DUDLEY PAYNE
Office over Bonuer & Bonner's Drug
Store. Phone H6.
DR. R. J. WILSON
Room 12 Noble Bulldlax.
Ardmore I. T.
The World's Standard
TYLER & SIMPSON GO
Ardmore I. T
is interested in good pure healthful grocer-
ies. Then it follows that everybody in and
around Ardmore is interested in doing their
grocery buying at
He beeps the freshest stocH in the city and
has everything good to eat under one roof.
In tho 1'nlted States court in the
Indian Territory Southern District.
JohIo Gilbert plaintiff vs. CJeorgo
Tho defendant George Gilbert is
warned to appear In tills court In
thirty dnys and answer the complaint
of tho plaintiff Josle Gilbert for a
Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsend
Judge this 23rd day of August 1H05.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By It. C. FLEMING Deputy.
Butler & McGlll plalntl's attorney.
II. A. Lcdbettcr nttornoy for non-
resldout. First published" August 21. 1905.
W P POLAND
Buysatid sqIIb land makes
lease contracts secures al-
lotments for citizens keep
(irstclasa eurveyor in office
work Kimrnnteed. Ofllco over
First National Bank.
DRS. HARDY A MCNEE9 PfOP.
Surgery aad Diseases ot Women a
R. T. DALLAS
Real Estate and Rental Agent.
City property bought and sold. Notary
Public In ofllco. Over Hall &
1111113. Phono 349.
Wo now havo connections over
our long distance lines with the
tokphono exchanges nt Davis
Wynnewood Pauls Valley and
i?urcell aud can mako direct
connection to any and all telo
phones in each of these towns.
This will on.tblo us to save con
side-.ublo time to our patrons
and it will bo quito a convoni
once to tho persons called. Give
us a trial.
ChicKasaw Telephone Co.
Subscribe for tho Ardmorelto.
DRS HARDY & McNEES Proprietors
large clean airy well-lighted rooms. Equipped with
-ver' modern convenience. Surgical Diaeanes and
Diseases ot Women are given special attentiou.
Trained nursea in attendance. Charges reasonable
Tho ArdnioM'ite tor the News
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