The Madill Twice--A--Week News. (Madill, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 54, Ed. 1 Friday, April 5, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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J. L. CARTER
E. D. SLOUGH
J. O. MINTER
A. G. EAKIN9
J. S. WELCH
D. b. TALIAFERRO
J. W. VANDERVORT
b. G. GLASS
R, C. FRAME
C. D. HARRISON
Ac <■& a 7vf Mwt at Masonic Hall
. F. A. l'l. Saturday Night on or
before the lull Moon. J. S. Dillingham, W. M.
r. M. Everett, Seo.
WA \1T Meets at Woodman Hall 1st and
. U. W • 3d Tuesday, W. Franklin C.C
W F. Schewb. Clerk
BA XkT Meets at the Woodman Hall
, U• W Every Wednesday night.
M\\l a Meets at Woodman Hall every
• W • A. Thursday in the month.
r. p, Glenn, V. C. J. C. Tinslev, Cler x
I A A E Meets every Saturday Night
. U. U. r- at Odd Fellows Hall
W. H. dacghehty, N. G.
W, T. McCracken, Sec.
K„f tj Meets every Thursday night at
. 01 r. Pythian Hall. W, F. slaughter,
C.C. W. T. PACE, V. C.
EASTERN STAR Meets at Masonic Hall every
2d Tuesday. Mx3. A. G, Aiken, W . M.
Wade HAncock, Sec.
WOODMElf CLRCLE Meets 2nd Friday In each
month at Woodman Hall. Mas. Glemmih
TiWit,G. Mrs. Hattie Henderson, Clerk.
EEBEKAHS Meets every Monday night at
I. O. O, F. Hall. Mrs. Clemmik Tippit, N. G.
Mrs. Mattie Hardy. Sec.
PERSONAL PICKUPS :
About People and Our Friends Who
Come and Go.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Ladies AidiSociety Monday 3:00 p. m.
Prayermeeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Rev. J. J. Gibson, Pastor.
Sunday School 10 a • m.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Prayer Meeting,Wednesday.. 7 p. m.
Ladies Aid Society last Thursday in
each month 3 p. m
Jos. Kirk, Supt.S. S.
A. W. Crawfrd, Pastor
Church of Chris*.
Preaching every fourth Lords day at
11 a. m. and night, also Saturday
night before. Bible study 2:30 p. m
every Sunday afternoon.
Thos, E. Millholand, Minister.
First Christian Church
Sunday School every Sunday at
Christian Cottage 10 a- m.
A. C. Benge, Supt.
Services every Sunday.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m
Preaching -11 • m-
Preachng 7:30 p. m.
Epworth League 3 p. m
Prayer Meeting "Wednesday? :3Q p. m
Home Mission Monday 3 p. m.
Choir Practice Friday 7:30 p. in.
T. K- Waller, Pastor.
Corrected Sunday, I>ec. 10,190G
No. 512, Express 7:20 a. m.
No. 510, Meteor 3:10 p. m.
No. 504, Express 9:45 p. m.
South Bound •
No. 509, Meteor 10:03 a- m
No. 513, Express 12:30 p. m
No. 511, Express 9:45 p. m
No's 504 , 511, 512 and 513 make
local stops No's 509 and 510 stops
on at principal points •
No. 46 "Arkansaw" lvs..7:50 a. m.
No, 66, "Accommodation" 7 Ka. m.
No. 43, To Ardmore,Ives..8 K r- m.
No. 45, To Ardmore, Ives..3:45 p. m.
Arrive From Ardmore.
No, 46 7:15 a. m.
No. 44 ...2:45 p. m.
M. E • Church South—Preacliing
every Second Sunday at 11 a.m. .Sun-
day School every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Rev. J. B. Blackwood, P. C.
Church of Christ -Preaching First
and Third Lord's Day and Saturday
before. T- H. Mathadson, Minister.
Oakland Singing Class meets First
and Third Sunday's in each month.
H. H. Rollins, Pres.
Thomas Norton of Ravia was
J. W. Burpo of Powell was in
Uncle Zao Burnett of Oakland
is very sick this week.
8. B. Rybalt, of St. Louis, is
in town this morning:.
H, P. Haynos was at Ardmore
on business yesterday.
J. K. Cloary. of Tulsa, was>t
the Rick this morning.
E. A. Chapman of Tishomingo
was in Madill yesterday.
P. Engel will return from a vis
it to Texas this afternoon.
E, Bird of Gainesville, Texas,
was at the Rock yesterday.
G. A. Raney of Ardmore was
registered at the Rook yesterday.
E. G. Samora of Oklahoma
City was at the Central yester-
Dr. T. F. Robinson of Powell
was in the city Tuesday on busi-
T. I. Fouke representing Peter's
Shoe Co. was working Madill
A. A. Simmons of Boswell, I,
T, is in the city prospeoting.
W. S. Arrington returned yes-
terday from a business trip to
Grandma McCiuskey of Oak-
land, mother of J. E. McCiuskey.
is seriously ill this week.
N. W, Welch of Tyler was in
town Wednesday on business
and paid the News a call.
Mrs. Worrock of Rose Bud,
Texas, is visiting her mother
Mrs. Ann Abies, since Tuesday
Mr. Morgan of Yowell & Mor-
gan merchants of Powell, was in
the city on business Wednesday.
John I. Webb of Lebanon was
here Tuesday watching the boys
vote and getting used to the ex-
Wade Hancock who is now
living at Guthrie is here for a
few days visiting friends and
Jesse D. Hall moved his family
to Woodville, this woek Mr. Hall
will have charge of the Wood-
Mrs. F a n n i a Coleman, of
Chickasha, has come to Madill to
be chief operator for the Pioneer
Henry Woods of Henrietta,
Texas, has bought the Anderson
property on the North side and
will make Madill his home.
Roscoe Aikins of Denison, who
has been visiting his children at
Bokohita, stopped over in Madill
and spent the night with his cous-
in R. E. McKelvey.
W. G. Ditzler and wife are
home from a visit to Madill where
they spent Sunday with friends
and attended the Sunday school
Here With the Goods.
M&dUTs Big Rock Barn in livery way,
Outshines competition at night, or in day.
Reliable rig that are stylish and neat;
T earns that are steady, handsome and fleet.
Outfits of all kinds, feeding and board,
No rates are higher than markets affords.
Suiting home public and traveling men,
The patrons who come here, all come again.
Right here, in connection, a fast transfer line,
AH baggage and passengers "get there" in time.
This barn's the home of stallions the best,
Thoroghbred horses proven in test.
On every occasion you find it is true,
No place in the Nation does better for you.
the rock barn,
MADILL, IND. TER.
- PHONE 91 ■ —
With thirty-four different brands of
cigars and eleven brands of the best
smoking tobacco; we certainly ought
to please you in a good smoke.
54-2 J- D. McCluskey.
Don't wait until you have
bought and then say I thought
so, but go to the Palace Drug-
store where you get pure Drugs
at right prices.
To the Public,
Oakland, I. T. March 18.— If
you want to breed to a full to a
full blood jersey male, see him at
Altum's Dairy. Prices right.
Phone 49-3. 50-tf,
After a man has taken a few
glasses of rye on board he begins
to feel his oats.
Cured of Rheumatism.
Mr. Wm. Henery of Chattanooga,
Tenn., had rheumatism in his left arm.
"The strength seemed to have gone
out of the muscles so that it was use-
less for work", he says- I applied
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and wrapped
the arm in flannel at night, and to my
relief I found that the pain gradually
left me and the strength returned. In
three weeks the rheumatism had dis-
appeared and has not since returned "
If troubled with seumatism try a few
applications of Pain Balm. You are
certain to be pleased with the relief
which it affords. For sale by all drug-
If there is anything a woman
loves more than a man it is some
Doing Business Again,
"When my friends thought I was
about to take leave of this world, on
account of indigestion, nervousness
and general debility-" Writes A. A.
Chrisholm, Treadwell, N Y., "and
when it looked as if there was no hope
left, I was persuaded to try Electric
Bitters, and I rejoice to say that they
are curing me. Iam now doing busi-
ness again as of old, and am still gain-
ing daily." Best tonic medicine on
earth. Guaranteed by all druggist. 50c.
It isn't always safe to judge a
man's wisdom by the silliness of
his love letters.
Rheumatic sufferers can have a tree
sample of Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic
Remedy with book on Rheumatism by
simply writing Dr. Shoop, liacine,
Wis. This book will explain bow
Dr, Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy suc-
cessfully drives Rheumatism out of
the blood. This remedy is not a re-
lief only. It aims to clear the blood
entirely of Rheumatic poisons, and
then Rheumatism must die a natural
death. Sold by all dealers'
Hastings has them all skinned
on quality, quantity and price—
See them. 49-8t
Dr. Hines, the dentist, is now loca-
ted id room No. 5 Taliaferro building.
0. J. Poe has clean towels, razors
and everything up-to-date, southeast
corner square. 44-tf
Go to Hastings Lumber Co. to
g#t your rough boxing, finishing
or in fact anything in their line.
That window display at the
cash procery store is full of use-
ful things for only 10 cents each.
We don't ask for the world
and it fenced, all we want is your
trade and your money.
Palace Drug Store .
WHITE & HOLLAND,
physicians and surgeons
Office Taliaferro Building,
Phones, Office 106, Residence 107
J. S. WELCH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office in Rooms formerly oc-
cupied by Dr. Martin, over
Madill National Bank.
W> 0, W. meets every First and
Second Monday night's in each month.
M. B A. meets every
Tuesday night in each month*
When a man is in love he gives;
when a woman is in love she for-
Bitten l>y a Spider.
Through blood poisoning caused by
a spider bite, lohn Washington of
Bosqueville, Tex., would have lost his
leg, which became a mass of running
sores, had he not been persuaded to
try Bucklen's Arneca Salve. He writes:
"The first application relieved, and 4
boxes healed all the sores." Heals
overy sore. 25c. at all druggists.
Subscribe for the News.
A good restaurant. Apply to H. S.
Hawkins, in Taliaferro Building.
Try getting shaved at the new bar-
ber shop, southeast corner square.
Dr. Hines, the dentist, is now loca-
ted in room No. 5 Taliaferro building
IF your Piano needs tuning call on
or address S. H- Henderson, Oakland,
I. T. All work guaranteed. 51-8
You will find the Sherman
3team Laundry Basket at O. J-
Poe's Barber Shop. 51-tf.
A good 5-room house, good well of
water, () block of land, fruit trees;
and, in fact, one of the best improved
places in town. Apply to
(53-tf) It. H. Everett.
E. J. Rollin's home consisting of
1-4 block, well improved, good3-room
house, fine well and plenty of trees and
vines. Apply on premises. 40-tf
One of the highest and pretti-
est home places in Madill; good
house, barn, smokehouse, fruit
and shade trees, etc., at a bar-
gain if sold at once. Ask the
Dr. C. E. DUVE,
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 1 and 2 Taliaferro B'ld'g
Phones Res . 83; Office 47
T. fl. BIiAVLiOCK
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 1 and 2,
The very newest
in spring styles.
The pattern Hats
show their exclus-
iveness of design.
Come and see us.
Our make-ups claim chickness and originality
MRS. D HAGMAN
Watch Window in Hamilton's Furniture Store
Q. B. Hines,
Office In Taliaferro Building:
ALSO TO POINTS IN
Tickets on Sale from
March 1st, to April 30th.
For full information
See Local Ticket Agent
W. M. ADER., D. D.[1S.
Office in Taliafeiiro BuildIno
Summers Hardy Wm. M. Franklin
HARDY & FRANKLIN
attorneys at law
Stenographer and Notary Public In Offloe
SOPER & RIDER
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Rooms 1 and 2 Taliaferro B'l'dg,
ECZEMA and PILE CURE
Knowing what it was
to suffer, I will give
FREF OF CHARGE, to any af-
flicted a positive cure for Eczema,
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Piles and Skin Diseases.
Instant relief. Don't suffer long-
er, Write F. W. WILLAMS, 400
Manhattan Avenue, Ave. New
York. Enclose Stamp.
If you want everybody to read
your ad, plant it in The Twice-a-
Ladies, get your visiting cards
printod at the News office.
To weak and ailing women, there is at least on#
way to heir *ut with that way, two treatment*
must bo combined. One is local, one is constitifc
tional. but both are Important, both esseutiak
Dr. 8hoop's Night Cure is the Local.
Dr. Shoop's Iicbtorativo, the Constitutional.
The former-Dr. Bhoop's Night Cure—is a topical
mucous membrane suppository remedy, while Dr.
Shoop's Restorative is wholly an internal treat-
ment. The Restorative reaches throughout the
entire system, seeking the repair of all uerviw
all tissue, and all blood ailments.
The "Night Cure", as Its name Implies, does Hi
work while you sloop. It soothes soro and inflam-
ed mucous surfaces, heals local weaknesses and
discharges, while the Restorative, eases nailOQi
excitement, gives renewed vigor and ambition,
builds up wasted tissues, bringing about renewed
strength, vigor, and energy. Take Dr. Shoop't
Restorative—Tablets or Liquid—as a general tonta
to the system. For positive local help, use as well
I "ALL DEALERS" ■ I
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