The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 7, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 27, 1906 Page: 6 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday May 27 1908.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Use only 20-Mule-Team BORAX
llwilUlwcWinwii i tui.flUf rfi t . t'.eiV a a h.l: t''r ttlrtif t;innmt. fHtn and
whiten ih futxlt an-1 act iliof U-r ti pirt cl tin mjit txptgiitt U-n tcapi al a lnitun u( their csit.
AUdcalers. lu tain '3 il ill 'Mil
AuJtwij law.-. Cu.t Lw.is
Th 1.1.. J i 1.
are no savers and ate u1
ways s.vi o1 neat clean anJ
AH sizes and styles at ery
reason iblf prices at
STEVENS KENNERLY & SPRAGINS
tt C- & 5- 5- xr
Choo.se three words fiom tho English
lunguagc and yt u will find
Always the Same
i8 the mot signlftant expression denoting qualities of
d'vndetce Alway.s tlio miuio applies to FKLKKl?
as ti Grocer and to the Coeds he lint dies.
Goods that Are Always the Same:
Chase t Sanborn's Cr (Tees Queen of the Pantry Flour
IR'lnz Picltles and Preserves fi varioth.s
Prioe of Denver I lour
ROBERTS 6c BONNER
Wo write F110 Tornado Plato Glass Accident and Health
Insurance. Tho oldest agency in Ardtnoro.
Strongest Companies roproscntcd.
Insurance that Insures
How to Have
Shampoo with a pure white
soap and hot water in which a
tablespoonful of 20-Mule-Team
Borax is dissolved rub vigor-
ously and rinse the hair thor-
oughly with a spray of clear
cold water. Dry carefully with
hot towels 'sec cuts).
This treatment will cleanse
the scalp prevent dandruff
allay any itching or irritation
heal scalp soreness and make
the hair oft fluffy and beautiful.
V t rt1 'cr'ar jr.aarJC.t.. stamps.
C. j ( lil
zr tr S- & S-
Over City Nat BanK
It's an III Wind
that blow noliod)' l'imi.I 1) a 11 old
Onn't I'i'rnilt nnr wind to bn no III
wiml lor ou I'rtitvct jourtit laku
nnd thorn will b mi MnancUl lio In
tin ovenl nl ilmince ti w itiiirm Tti
rittoarunot liluli. Tim mi-urlty I
Wu rilrent lh lnt Comininlu
In Ilia world Thulr niiiveiu'y ro:iH-
bllltr mill iirnmptticm In mttllnt;
oiulm lu nude ttic 111 mnt pouUr.
CARTER & CANNON
Fire Accident PUle Glus
UPRISINu IN CH' A.
Brigand Near Mukdjn DefeM Chi
nese Troops nnd Japanese Police.
Victoria. B. C. May 2(5 Malt ad-
vice recited here fro.n Lhlna ate to
the effect that llunfcbtitia brtgnnd
hnve fomented n aerio is Inettrrectlon
In Penis TImik I'rovlnre MuLclinrln.
The mounted bandits established
themselree In a village thirty mllos
eaat of Mukden nnil nonnted throe
q ;lek flrln Kni on an elevation
H.iardlnR approach to village. The
Tartar Q'neral Chao lrhen dis-
patched rotna mounted troopi aided
liy Jananww troope at Mttkden and
they were defeated logins; many men
horses unt.t. an I atnmti'Mtlon. Two
regiments of foreign drilled troop
were then ordered from Chihl! to re-
inforce n Mnnchurlan Imitation sont
to the stronghold. Ilefre the forolgn
drilled lmw srrlred ihe Manchurlnn
Imttnllon waa driven Unci- with Iom.
Kmboldened by ntch itees. the
llttnshut'.a iectued term addltlom
and made a number of raids on vil-
la? to the west of Mukden. The for-
el mi drilled troo; have taken a im-
Mtion seven mile eaet 01 the rebel
nnd are waiting relator cment by
three brigade tent from Chnvbou to
mtppinaa the Insurrection
Sorloui uprUr.gi a.-e reported In
other province of China. In Monau
th- rcbo. ) ileetrr yed the government
luiildlngit. hut were dlapt'ted on the
arrival 'if troop.). In tloran povern-
mint lroi;M wcic defeated In a pitch-
ed hnttlc with 10.000 re heir ami many
i inv nnl ktorea were capMred by the
NAMES ARE SUBMITTED.
Vacancy on Pharmacy Sord Will Do
Filled (rem This List.
Sulphur. I. T.. Way !C.--(Spcclpl)
Tlx- Indian Territory Ph-vmtcouitcal
A siclatlon has adjournc.' to tnwrt
n tt ! at Oklahoma t'ty w'th the
Oklahoma association TUc followlag
1. n mitiK . will be submitted to the
Indl.m Territory court of iprftl
fi'itu which ono will be elected to
"iiio-td V Savage on life b'.nrd of
iti.itmacy. his term having expiretl:
I Matthi-wn. Miami; V. Sr-vago Marts-
h ttic. K. K Mcninxls b.ilphur; J. C.
Johnson. McAlerter; .1. K HutupVioy
Brutow.; 1'. S. Lane. Colgate: C. P.
Bnicf l'niilr Vlly; J. It. Denton
Witumka; I. X Frame. A -d more and
(i V 8.inrt Dtirant.
One Man Killed t.nd Othjrs Injured at
Shri'Vtiort. Ia.. May SO A special
t tho Times from Do-IUdder Ii.
J n. Johnston wns oil n4 A.
Kern fatally Injured nnd fcvoral oth-
trn HllRhtly hurt by n unatnlto ox-
tiloiilon at n railroad canto twttlve
r.illi'H from lioro thU nlti-moon
They wore out tnrf?ot in'ctlolnR with
rlflHn whon ono ot the bo'tuta sttttck
u -lOO-pniind 11II0 of dymixltu cntiHliiB
a terrific cxploa'on.
The camp wu not on t'ro and de
Deaths Heavy Hand.
Lawton. O. T.. .May SC. Plvo mom-
bors of his Immediate family hnvo
died In tho past hgvuii montltB nnd
not one of thorn lias beon 111 a day.
This Is tho oxporlonco of W. II. Tlnch
it of thU city who toilny recolvod a
tnoHsnKo fnim Juntos TIclrtior his
brother In Amu lud. stntlttK that
their brother (lootKe hod illwl nt
an early hour thin mornnlg. Mr. Tin-
c'i.or will dopart In the mornlttK for
A 1110 In order to be thore for the
Fight Wa Declire-' Off.
Pavilion. Uis AitKeUv May 2f-.
There w.ts no ilKhtlng 'ietwicn bat-
tlln Nelson nnd Herrorra tonight ns
Aftor a wait of two jt.-d ono half
hours th crowd watt dismissed be-
cause Horrerra lofustHl l welsl- In.
Hefore tho cntwd of 1100 whs final-
ly dlsmlnfd thero wss a KtiHbbl bo-
twoen th1 mnnnners over tho welnltt
Doth tili'es moilo cliars-'s of sharp
Italian Glrl'i Trial Suipended.
New York Mav 20.- At the requost
of Dlftrict Attorney Jerome Justice
Scott toila;; Utispended tbe t lal rf
Josoithln Torrnnova for tho murder
of her aunt. In crdor to inquire Into
Lima Ohio May UC The grand
jury returned thirty-four Indictments
uKalnst various olUclals charged with
frauds In connection with bridge con-
tracts In which Allen county lost sev-
eral thousand dollars.
Kxcrybody can afford to buy a Gain-
mor Steol Rango from
Stovcns Kcnncrly & Spraglns Co.
Screen wire all widths at Dlrens
Corhu & Frenslcy's.
J 5. M0 and 20 coupoa books at
SULPHUR WILL CELEBRATE.
Cotrtnerclal Club Preparing for Great
Time Will Use Auditoriums.
Sulphur. I. T.. May 28. (Special )
Sulphur 1 to have a grand Fourth
of July celebration In the Xatloiiat
Park. The Commercial club na ak
en the matter In lmnd and will make
It a grent succesH. invitations will bo
sent to President Iloosovelt Senator
Heverlilge and other national colour!
tls to attend and mrtlclmte. Xo
palni will be siwretl to mnke the oc-
clon a memorable ono.
Sulphur proixwos usIiik her two
great auditoriums to advhtaj;e and
Is out after conventions nnd assem-
blies fur and wide. The Cotumerclnl
club baa Issued an Invitation to the
American Bar Anoclntlt.n to hold Its
next annual bsoii here. The Bank-
ers' Assocalton of Oklahoma and In-
dian Territory has also been stronsly
urged to come to Sulphur noxt year.
When you think of good stores you
aatu rally think of Majejtlc Steel
ranges and Charter Oak cook stoves
BIVBXS. COrtHX it KIIEX31.EY.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the District Court of the Unit-
ed States for the Southern District
at At .1 .lore.
In tho matter of J. IS. tooney &
Co.. bankrupUt. In Bankruptcy.
To the creditor of J. II. Looney fc
C.. In the Southern District In the
Indian Territory at Art I more a bank-
rupt: Xotloe Is hereby given that on
the 10th day of May. 1900. the said
J. 13. IxMtney & C waa duly adjudg-
ed bankrupt and that the first meet-
ing of his creditors will be held at
my nlflce nf the Court House In the
City of Ardmore. on tho 29th dav of
May. 10fW. at 10 o'clock In the fort-
::ixm. at which time the said creditor
may attend prove their claims. mi-H-lnt
a trustee examine the bank-
rupt and transact such other l'il
new as may come before snld moetlng.
Iteferee In Bankruptcy.
Ardmore I. T.
First published. May 20. Uor.
Selatlea Cured After Twenty Years of
For more than twenty years Mr. J.
B. Maaaey of 3S3S Clinton St. Mlnne-
poll Minn. was tortureil by gclatl
en. Tho nnln nnd stifferln? which he
endured durlnB this time Is beyond
J comprehenglon. Nothing gavo him nny
' iverninnont rollof until ho used Cham
berlain's Pain Ilnltn. Ono application .
j of that lliilnient relieved the pain nnd
iiihiib bicui nun luai pusBiuiu nnu less
tlinn ono bottle has cfTcctoa n pcrma-
ncut euro. It troubled with sciatica or
rhoumatlsm why not try n 2P cent hot-
tlo ot Pain Dnlm and seo far yourself
how quickly It rellovos tho pain. I'or
solo by P. J. Hnmscy V. 11. Frame
Ardmore Drug Co. Uonncr tc Bonner.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In tho dUttlct court of tho United
States for tho Southern district at
In tho matter of A. W. "VVIlborn.
bankntpt In bankruptcy.
To tho creditors ot A. W. Wllborn
In tho Southern district In the Indian
Torrltory at Ardmore a bankrupt.
Notico Is hereby given that on tho
7th day ot May 190C the said A. W.
WllUorn was adjudged bankrupt nnd
that tho first meeting ot his creditors
will bo hold at my ofTico at tho court
houso In the city of Ardmore on tho
29th day of May 190C at 10 oclock Su
tho forenoon nt which tlino the said
creditors may attend provo their
clnlms appoint a trustee cxnmlno tho
bankrupt nnd transact such other
business ns may come beforo said
Itoforeo In Ilankniptcy.
First published May 8 1900.
Our laundry In opon for ono hour
Sunday morning from 8 to 9 for tho
accommodation of call bundles.
Ctf NEW STKAM LuVUN'DRY.
What Merit Will Do.
I Meyor liros. Drug Co. St. I-ouls
Mo. write Sop. 1 1905: "Wo have no
hosltancy In admitting that merit Is
the prlmo fnctor In crontlng tho tie-
( mnnd for Or. Mondonhnll Chill and
Povor Curo. It ranks among our very
host Boilers Sold by W. II. Frame
"Whon I was a druggist at Livonia
Mo." writes T. J. Dwyor now of
Graysvllle Mo. "threo of my custom-
ors wero permanently cured ot con-
sumption by Dr. King's New Discov
ery and arc woll and strong today.
Ono was trying to soil his property
nnd movo to Arizona but altor using
Now Dlscovory a short time ho found
It unnecessary to do so. I rogard Dr.
King's Now Dlscovory ns tho most
wondorful mcdlclno In existence"
Surost cotiBh and cold curo nnd throat
nnd lung bonier. Guaranteed by
W. R. Frame Druggist DOc and ?1.
Trial bottles free.
Watch for our special on lace cur-
tains. Just ns soon ns our curtain
stretchers como wo will glvo you spo-
clal prices on all ot your laco cur-
tains. Tho prlco will bo right.
13-tl NEW STEAM LAUNDRY.
Is no respec
it is just as
rcn as It is
tion It far
to reach an
ously with tho
causa of tho
Iflkulty In dctc-tiog it.
Many a .h 'd died from constlpa-
in or liiness arising from it when it
itfht have been saved by tbe timely
This M the Krefttcst remedy known for
correcting constipated tondltlons.
Don't wait until yourchild it affected
but administer a doso of the incd.c;t.u
You will notico n perceptlblo chango
for the better a healthy color and a
Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Prpiln is .1 good
thing to have in the house becausu it
is good for the whole family.
Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin can ba
)tniucd in both dollar and half-dollar
zes from all druggists.
Your money will ba refunded If it
oes not benefit you.
Yourpotl curd rrqurtt w!M brine by !?ttirn
All our new t vkl. "Dk. CALDVnt.t.
VOK UP VOli:KS" nt (ira mp) to
oe wb h.no n.-vrr trlt-.t tl.U MocJcrlaJ
PEPSIN SYRUP CO.
W. P. POLAND
Wants to buy 1C00 acres in
tracts not les-s tl.nn K acres
See Me at Once
Office over First Natl. BK.
y (oirvtaJB j
A Man of His
In ono we buTeconOilrncplD. Prompt
nelaa lirlmo pMvotliil to noccen
In Ufa. lie minute late n! tod Ion-
Good Lumber and
In itellrery li tbe re'iutittoo ot oar
lumber rant. Our lumber It all wood
not part wood ami part rot. Ilk iom
ell. Good lumber and low prlcei
rilONE No. n
ABK YOUIt ClItOCKR
Whaley Mill a Elevator
Fresh amd Cored Meats
SteaHs and Roasts
ttvmpl Dellrery hone 91
Up-to-dato typewriter users
demand a superior lino of
stationery such as Ribbons
Carbon Typewriter Paper
Manuscript Covers Mime-
ograph Supplies Steno-
graphers' Note Books Pa-
per Clips Paper Fastcnors
These inpplles can be
"The Typewriter Man"
Carl A. Oppliger
Saleiman for the
The Smith Premier
Ardmore Bottling and
Ardmore I. T. Established 1S92.
Oldest most complete down-tc-dute
carhonatlng plant In tho D. I. T.
I All our bottles are thoroughly
clennsod by niaehlnory and sterlllzod
! making them absolutely clean and
J snnltnry. Tho wator used In tho pro-
duction of our bottlod eooJi Is etthot
distilled or sterilized. Botn being
j arcated and nitered bofori carbon-
1 ating. You run no risk of leaking
typhoid fevor or other "d.ltterioTs
'germs when using our itJjiM. In
buying carbonated goods bd sure to
got tho kind that protects your health
and tho health of your family.
I An absolute guaranteo goes with
Ardmore Bottling and
A White Man's Restaurant
Best Culilne In Town
FINEST FRESH MEATS
Sausage Ham Cholco Roasts
Luscious Steaks and Tender
Spare Ribs Cured Haras : ; :
; : : : : Celery and Oysters
Market near Ollmer notol. Phone 612
Capital Stock - $5000000
Manoraotorera ot Aotomatlo Btorei do
Cabinet work ot all kind and ererythlnir
In tbe Flanlnit Mill line. Suocenori to
Kraley Droi. at tbelr old Hand.
To Telephone Patrons
Wo wish to announce that tho
extra chargo of fifty cents for
long distance instruments will
bo discontinuod beginning April
1st 1000. All patrons who do-
siro long distanco accommoda-
tions will first raako arrange-
ments for credit with the man-
agomont otherwise thoy will not
bo granted long distanco privil-
eges Do not force the operator
to givo you credit.
rill nn.ii vis
W. a. MEJLVt Mr.
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