The Madill Twice--A--Week News. (Madill, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 78, Ed. 1 Friday, June 28, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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W. H. Lawrence, President
C. L. Jones, Vice President;
Tom Holungsworth, Cashier;
S. L. Chowning, Asst. Cashier.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK of MADILL
CAPITAL $50,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS $10,000
H. C. Ashby, Ed Sacra,
Dr. G. H. Funk, C. L. Jones,
W. H. Lawrence
At this writing we are having
Qne weather ard farmerB are all
Jake Bodavitz of Ardmore was
in our town Tuesday looking after
Mr. Tweed, of the Ardmore
Wholesale Grocery Co,, was with
us Tuesday night.
Charley Kimbrough returned
from Ardmore, Tuesday, accom-
panied by his wife. They will
make Lebanon their future home
Look out, boys, what you do.
John I. Webb is the sheriff; and
if you have any fines to pay. pay
them to Frank Hamilton. He is
the "square." If you have legal
papers to serve - send them to
Frank Colson, the constable.
W. A. Orr went to Ardmore on
Tuesday after the furniture of
Charles Kimbrough, who is now
a resident of this plaoe.
W. E. Eubank went to Madill
There are a number of cases of
measles in the neighborhood.
The residence of Boge Eubank
caught fire Saturday, but was
saved with but little damage.
There will be an all day sing-
ing at Lebanon the fifth Sunday
in this month, Everybody in-
W. 0. W. meets every First and
Second Monday night's in each month.
A man thinks he's just a s
good ss anybody when he goes
to church in the rain.
Best Davis Piedmont Blacksmith
Coal at Chas. Ehrig's, Phone 62.
When we are forced to grin
and bear it we find it easier to
bear than to erin.
Read the Twice-a-Week News
$1.00 per year.
Most men would rather lose $10
on a horse race than to nay $1.98
We solicit machinework of all kinds,
also heavy forging, having all modern
appliances "found only in a first-class
shop. Chas. Ehrig, Phone 02.
Only a silent man is able to
realize the folly of talking too
Up-to-date, best equipped black-
smith and machine shop in the new
state, and best workmen in it to do
your work satisfactory for less cash
than any shop in town. Chas Ehrig,
Phone 62. 64-tf
We have a new line of stationery in
City i)rug Store. 63-tf
Well, I have been trying to get
time to write a few pick-ups, but
have been too busy. I rarely find
time to do anything but fight Gen.
Green. He has had charge of
the farmers in this part of the
country for some time.
John Pitoock, from Brown coun-
ty, Texas, is visiting Geo. Staley
Bro. J. L. Little preached an
interesting sermon at the school-
house last Sunday.
Andrew Taylor and family vis-
ited O. B. Nance near Kingston
last Saturday and Sunday.
The health of our community is
J. M. McBee has two sick chil-
dren this week, bat they are now
We feel lonesome since the
election—no candidates to keep
us busy talking and help us plow.
Will come again.
Hasting's has everything iu the
building line. Mr. Wright will treat
you right—go see him. 63-tf
Republicans throughout the new
state are now too busy determin-
ing where "they are at'' to give
further attention to ' 'knocking"
the constitution, Iti&Ja wise
republican who can state to what
particular faction of the republic-
an in the new state he adheres,
yet he swaars he adherfes.
Next Saturday at 3,30 o'clock
at the old school building tne
building and M block land will
be sold to the highest bidder for
spot cash. :
I have stored the futniture of
the Hawkeye restaurant, and
will be found in the Blue wagon
on the east side of equare. where
I wish to see all my old customers.
H. S. HA.WKINS.
in your expenditures is not always
worth while. Sometimes the sacri-
fice is too great. This is illustrated in
ICE CREAM AND ICE CREAM
They cost so little and afford so much
refreshment and enjoyment that to i do
without them is folly. Life is not
worth living if all pleasure is cut out.
You cannot have a cheaper, healtheir,
more innocent pleasure than a glass of
our soda or a dish of our cream.
madill ind. ter.
Colic and Diarrhoea.
Pains in the stomRch, colic and
diarrhoea are quickly relieved by
the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Far sale by all druggists.
Frank Colvil'.e of the Clinton
Chronicle grows serious, if not
pessimistic in "gazing into the
future." He revives the story
of the "fat an d lean kine,"and
recites that adversity and pros-
perity are alternate, adding:
"The man who owns a patch of
mother earth should guard it with
zealous care. We are faciug a
8tern reality when we Iooa into
future, and the wi^e will at least
b an to meet it on even ground,"
Have your glasses fitted at
I will mail you free, to prove
merit, sample of my Dr. Shoop's
Restorative, and my book on eith-
er Dyspepsia, the Heart or the
Kidneys. Troubles of the stom-
ach, heart or kidneys, are merely
symptoms of a deeper aliment.
Don't make the common error of
treating symptoms only. Symptom
treatment is treating the result of
your ailment, and not the cause.
Weak stomach nerves—the inside
nerves—mean stomach weakness,
always- And the heart, and kid-
neys as well, have their control-
ling or inside nerves. Weaken
these nerves, and you inevitably
have weak vital orgsns. Here it?
where Dr. Shoop's Restorative has
made its fame. No other remedy
even claims to treat the "inside
nerves." Also for bloating,bilious-
ness, bad breath or complexion,
use Dr, Shoop's Restorative. W rite
me to-day for sample and free
book, Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.
The Restorative is sold by all
The Majfic No. 3.
Do Wot Negiect the Children.
At this season of the year the
first unnatural looseness of a
child's bowels should have immed-
iate attention. The best thing that
can be given is Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
followed by castor oil as directed
with each bottle of the remedy.
For sale by all druggists.
B*ke4 iweei applet, with tom* people, brine
prompt relief for Constipation. With others,
coarse all-wheat bread will have the same eff«ct
Nature undoubtedly has a vegetable remedy to
relieve every'ailment known to man. If physician*
can but find Native's wny to health. And thia It
strikingly true with regard to Constipation.
Th« bark of a certain tree In California—
oara Sagrada—offers a most excellent aid to this
and. But. combined with Egyptian Senna. Slip,
pery Elm Bark. Solid Extract of Prunes, etc.. *>*<■
same Cascara bark is given its greatest possible
power to correct constipation. A toothsome
Candy Tablet, called Lax-ets. Is now made at tha
Dr. Shoop Laboratories, from this Ingenuous and
most effective prescription. Its effect on Const!*
pation, Biliousness. Sour Stomach. Bad Breath,
Sallow Complexion, etc.. Is 'ndeed prompt and
No griping, no unpleasant after effect! are ex-
perienced, and Lax-ets are put up in beautiful
lithographed metal boxes at 6 cents and 25 cents
For something new, nloe, economical and
affective, try a box of
M. B A. meets every Second
Tuesday night in each month-
No. !> is a wonderful mascot for
Geo. H. Parris, of Cedar Grove,
Maine, according to a letter which
reads: "After sutferihg much with
liver and kidney trouble, and be-
coming greatly discouraged by the
failure to find relief, I tried Elec-
tric BitU'rs; and as a result I am
a well man today. The first bottle
relieved, and three bottles com-
pleted the cure." Guaranteed the
best on earth for stomach, liver
and kidney troubles by all drug-
gists, 50 cents.
If three good'physicians
should pronounce your
case hopeless. If they
should decide that yon
could not live longer than
six weeks. And if you
should get well, after us-
ing only $12.00 worth of
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and
Nervine, what would you
advise a friend in like con-
dition to do?
"I have to thank you for paving
my wife's life tv.o years ago. We had
continued with the doctor until the
third doctor, IJIie the two previous
ones, said that nothing could ne done
for her; that nho had oetter be taken
home from the hospital to quietly wait
her time, which would not be over 6
weeks at the most. I brought her
home, and then I thought probably
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and Nervine
might help her, so I got a bottle of
each and some N^rve and Liver Pills
nr d commenced to give them to her.
Wo soon seen an improvement, and
cncouraged by this we continued giv-
Insr tho modloino. Wo pnvo h«:r eleven
bottles in all of the medlebie. She
takes It occasionally now if uho feols
the need. I ar-i jr. the minlutry, and
have been for 41 years."
REV. T. MILLICAN,
Genda Springs, ICans.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure 13 sold by
your c'ruscjist, who will guarantee that
tha first bottle will benefit. If It falls
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
The Secret of
What beauty is more desirable than an
exquisite complexion and elegant
jewels. An opportunity lor every
woman to obtain both, for a lim-
ited time only.
The directions and recipe for obtain-
ing a faultless complexion is the secret
long guarded by the master minds of
the Orientals and Greeks.
This we obtained after years of work
and at great expense. It is the method
used by the fairest and most beautiful
women of Europe.
Hundreds of American women who
now use it expressed their delight and
This secret is easily understood and
simple to follow and it will save you
the expense of creams, cosmetics,
bleaches and forever give you a beau-
tiful complexion and free your skin
from pimples, bad color, blackheads,
etc. It alone is worth to you many
times the price we ask you to send for
the genuine diamond ring of latest de-
We sell you this ring as one small
profit above manufacturing cost. The
price is less than one-half what others
charge. The recipe is free with every
It is a genuine ro.ie cut diamond
ring of sparkling brilliancy absolutely
guaranteed, very dainty, shaped like a
Belcher with a Tiffany setting of 12kt.
gold shell, at your local jeweler it
would cost considerable more than
We mail you this beautiful com-
plexion recipe free when your order is
received for ring and $2 00 in money
order, stamps or bills. Get your order
in before our supply is exhausted.
This offer is made for a limited time
only as a means of advertising and in-
troducing our goods.
Send today before this opportunity
T. C. MOSELEY,
32 East 23d Street, New York City.
Piles get quick and certain re-
lief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Oin-
tment. Please note it is made
alone for Piles, and its action is
positive nnd certain. Itching,pain-
ful, protruding or blind piles dis-
appear like magic by its use. Large
nickel-capped jars 50c. Sold by
Sans Souci Club will meet with
Mrs. Ross this (Fridya) after-
noon at 3:30 o'clock for the pur-
pose of electing officers. All
membi. a are requested to be
present, Mrs, Edna Ilaile, sec-
See our line of wallpaper, stationery,
tablets, etc., before buying elsewhere.
j-3-tf City Drug Store.
He Fired the Stick.
"I have fired the walking-stick
that I carried for over 40 years on
account of a sore that resistes ev-
dry kind of treatment until I tried
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. That has
healed the sore and made me a
happy man," writes John Garrett,
of North Mills, N. C. Guaranteed
cure for piles, burns, etc., by all
druggists, 25 cents.
Three good rent houses and
lots for sale, two of them on Lilly
Baulevard, good barns, water and
wind-mill, water works; one %
four room and one a five room.
Apply to Jim Key.
I have full-blood Poland China,
Berkshires and Red Jerseys for sale.
W. J. Leslie,
65-4t Thone 17.
Cigars and soda water at City Drug
A new line of jewelry on sale at
City Drug Store. 63-tf.
Go to the Palace Drug Store
and get en orangeade. 68-3t
When in town for work don't fail to
go to the best equipped blacksmith
and machine shop. Ready to do any
kind of work. Chas. Ehrig, Phone 62,
If you want a good clock, a
watch, or any kind of jewelry,
see J. J. Montgomery, at Biles'
Fifty Years the Standard
A Cream of Tartar Powder
Made from Grapes
IAWP c u ftE THE L U MCS
Imn /Consumption pmco
liUil § CUGHS and EOc ,151.00
ISOLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Uuicktbt Cure for all
THROAT and LUNO TROUB-
LES, or MONBY BACK.
To Our Friends and
the Public in General:
Wholesale and Retail
Members of Firm:
W. H. COLBY R. C. THOMPSON
rE ARE PLEASED TO ADVISE that we are again located on the west
side of square at our old stand in the TOWN of MADILL, with a large
and comple e stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, produce and Feed.
We did not purchase the bankrupt stock that was formerly in the build-
ing we now occupy, and wish to inform the trade that every dollars worth of
merchandise in our store is new, fresh stock and was purchased with a view
of giving our trade the very best quality of groceries obtainable at prices as
low as fhe lowest.
We espscially solicit the trade from the interior merchants located around Madill.
We feel that our experience in buying will enable us to be in position to meet the de-
mands of our merchant friends. " We wish to state to the trade located in the town of
Madill, that it will be our aim at all times to keep such goods as the trade demands
and to give our special attention to see that their wants are supplied promptly and
We make special mention in this issue that we have the exclusive sale on the FAMOUS ALBA-
TROSS FLOUR, milled from tho very finest quality of Missouri soft wheat for the fancy trade; also
we sell JERSEY LILY which lias a reputation in this section, as it has been on the market here for live
years as the best hard wheat flour that can be purchased for thp money. :: :: :: :: :: :: Yours truly,
Colby Bros. & Thompson!
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