The Madill Twice--A--Week News. (Madill, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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Sbliehcd Every Tuesday nml Friday Mornings
BELL & HART, Publishers
HON. OH AS. E, McPHERREN
SPOKE AT THE OPERA HOUSE
stofficelu Madill. Tndain Tcr-
ml-dnss mail matter.
tion One Dollar A
sine rales furnished upon
Phone No. 76.
!. T„ MAIICII. 8, 1907
On last Wednesday evening I alike, every citizen without re-
Charles E. MePherron of Caddo,
addressed the people of Marshall
county at the opera house in bo-
half of h's candidacy for con-
gress from the Fourth Congres-
sional District. Mr. McPlnrren
is of fine physique, a forcible
Speak a good word
very chance you get
Grip is making hw rjund here
tils v.'i'ck and seems to be no res-
aector of persons.
There will be development in
the Madill oil fields, soon, to
jpen the eyes of people for miles
The second fatality the Thaw
triu-1 occurred Wednesday in a
death in Justice Fitzgerald's
lamily causing a postponement
;.a proceedings until taday.
A stranger in our city yester-
j&y and prospector Jin the New
3lateasked us if we had a com-
Tsercial olub. We had jn truth to
answer him no. He also Bpoke
if the fact that in finding a law-
friend, his name was not even on
ihe stairs leading to his office or
on his offioe window. He said:
"1 like your town and its location
aUfc your people do not a-em to
be enterprising enough." The
truth is what hurts. There it ia
The sidewalk from the 1st Nat-
ional Bank to Cohen's store
needs attention. The step-off at
tbe bank is dangerous; the lar*
ger rocks in the gravel walk have
becomc eo slick that there is
great danger of falling. Only a
styr days ago a little girl fell,
breaking the artiple she .'carried,
Yesterday, the News man aaw a
• reat big man take & tumble and
it is a wonder he waanot severely
iiurt instead of a fpw bruises.
Whose duty is it to look after
ttffaf 8omeonis should get busy.
gard to raoe.
"Second.—For the removal of
restrictions from the 'illotmonts
of minors—the state laws and
probate courts will protect alike
the rights and inter?"ts of all
minors without regard to race.
All announcements in this col-
umn are subject to the action of
the Democratic Party unless oth-
M. L. TURNER.
Of Oklahoma City,
'or State Ti
#. B. Thomps?n, a prominent
attorney of Paula Valle and chair-
man of the New State demooratlo
central committee, was in Madill
Toted ay on his tour of the state.
Mr". Thompson ia on an extended
trip in the interoBts of democracy,
and is organizing and outlining
worft Tor the party. He stated
that the constitution which haa
Seen prepared py the oonvention
*t Guthrie, is one of the beat ever
written in the United States and
that he believed when the people
have the opportunity of judging
tor themselves, that they will ac-
cept it to a man. He also spoke
in flattering terms of the bright
future for the party in the new
Saturday the 23rd. inst. will be
aandidate's day in Madill. A
aumber of prominent speakers
iiave agreed to be here at that
Sme. There will be speaking
the entire day and a box supper
at night. The opera house has
ibeen engaged for the occasion.
.Everybody ia invited to be in
Madill on that day. Fuller par-
Sfeulars of the meeting will be
Shooting at Klnlock,
Last Tuesday afternoon a hur
vy call for the marshal was re
jt ived alleging that Jim Bennet
bad shot his stepson Oeorge Cook.
Later reports are that Cook was
aot badly hurt.
A. M EXE FEE.
Of Carnegie, Okla.
For Congress 4th Congressional
F. W. SKILLERN.
Of Milburn, I T.
D. H. LINEBAUOH,
CHAS. D. CARTER,
or Ardmore, I. T.
CI1A . McPHERREN,
McAlester, I. T.
Hon. Chas E. McPherren, of Coddo, I. T.
and eloquent speaker, carrying
conviction to those who hear him.
After his introduction by Wm.
M. Franklin, he said in substance
"I have a legislative program
that ia the result of much thought;
it differs radically from that of
my opponents in that they uni-
formly favor the retention of fed-
eral restrictions and control on
the greater part of the landed es-
tate of our country, while I insist
that all federal restrictions should
be absolutely removed. I favor,
while thev oppose, the repeal of
all laws exempting allotted land
Ilri abort, if eleoted to congress,
I shall unceasingly try to crys-
tals into law the following
"First.—Remove all federal
restrictions upon.the alienation of
•Hotted lands of adults—the state
homestead laws will protect all
•'Third.—Remove all. federal
restrictions upon and regulation
of renting and leasing of land—
the state legislature is incompar-
ably better equipped and qualified
than is oongrees to wisely provide
for the regulation of the contract-
ual rights and relations of the
citizens of the state.
•'Fourth.—Repeal all lawB at-
tempting to exempt real property
from taxation. The incapacity or
incompetency of the owner, if
such exists, does not attach to the
land; the lands of minors, idiots,
insane and incompetent persons
in every other state is taxed; suoh
land will receive the full benefit
of the government supported and
the public improvement* con*
ltructed by the expenditure of
"Fifth.—Provide for the pay
ment of every dollar due from the
government to each member of
an Indian tribe without delay.
W. G. DRAPER.
C. H. THOMES.
For County Ju i:,i'—
I. O. LEWIS
J. W. FALKNER.
D. L. (Dave) FAULK.
JIM BOUNDS, JR
W. ti. EVAN&.
JNO. 1. WEBB.
For County Clerk—
W. C. CAMPBELL.
J. C. LIN USE Y.
M. B. LANING.
CHAS. B. McMAHAN.
For Tax "Assessor—
V. OA . ;.l.
R. L. STIFF.
W. F. GRIMES
EDMOND Or. BL<t-**L
For County ommi^ jionor—
GEO. W. Mo V ILL AN.
Of McMillan. Ind. Ter.
For Constable of Holford Town-
G. W. SCR1BNER,
Of Powell, Marshall Co.
| The partnership here-to fori
Kev. Armstrong preached here i existing between Drs. Waloh &
Wednesday afternoon as a west
Bound frieght on the A. & C. road
seared Madill, the caboose
yimped tho track, and O. W.
Banna, conductor, believing the
ear would turn over jumped,
iireaking his arm between the el
Bow and wrist.
Saturday night and Sunday
morning and evening,
Myriam, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Orr, has been quite
siok for a few days.
Little Lloyd Criswell haa been
sick for a few days.
Mr. Cox of Wapanucka, is on
a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Wil-
Rev. Arterberry preached at
W. H. Criswell and family will
leave in a few days for an ex-
tended visit to Mrs. Criswell's
parents home, Mr. and Mrs. Lis-
ter of Calisburg, Texas.
Mrs. Lister, who has been with
her daughter, Mrs. Criswell, for
several weeks, will return to her
home at Calisburg, Texas, this
W. O. Pinkard and son, Wal-
ter, of Madill, visited friends in
W. C. Campbell went to Madill
on business Monday. „
Saved Her Son's Lil'e.
The happiest mother in the l'ttle
town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs- S. Rup-
pee. She writes: "One year ago to-
day my son was down with such seri-
ous lung trouble that our physician
was unable to help him; when, by our
druggist's advice I began giving him
Dr King's New Discovery, and I
soon noticed improvement. 1 kept
this treatment up for a few weeks
when he was perfectly well- He has
worked steadly since at carpenter work
Blaylock has been dissolved by
mutual consent, Dr Welch haa
his offioe over J. E. Dillingham's
store formerly occupied by Dtf
Martin, Dr. Blaylock will remain
in the old office in Taliaferro
building. Dr. Welch will leave
the 15th for a vacation in Old
and New Mexioo for the benefit
of his health he will return and
resume his practico in a month
or six weeks; remember his offi
ce is over Dillingham's store
formerly ocsupied by Dr. Martin
For City Marshal—
J. S. BLALOCK.
For Assessor and Collector—
W. B. HANCOCK,
For Alderman —
J. W. MOON.
For City Scaveng-er—
T. B. ASHLEY
C. D. HARRISON.
For City Scavenger—
M. K. MEAGHER
Do Not Crowd the Season.
The first warm days o f spring
bring with them a desire to get out
and enjoy the eihilirating air and sun
shine- Children that have been housed
up all winter are brought out and you
wonder where they all came from
The heavy winter clothing is thrown
aside and many shed their flannels
Then a cold wave comes and people
say that grip is epidemic- Colds at
this season are much more dangerous
than in mid-winter, as there is much
more danger of pneumonia- Take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, how
ever, and you will have nothing to
fear. It always cures, Mid we have
never known a cold to result in pneu
monia when it was used. It is pleas
ant and safe to take. Children like it
For sale by all druggist.
W. T. Davis of Okiahome city
registered at the Rock Hotel yes
Worked Like Oluirni
Mr- D N. Walker, editor of that
t r spicy journal, the Enterprise, Louisa,
Dr. King's New Discovery saved his j Va., says: "I ran a nail in my foot
life." Guaranteed beftt ceugh and last week and at once applied Buck-
cold cure. For sale by all druggists, len's Arnica Salve. No inflammation
50c and 1 00. Trial bottle free.
See the new
postals at Roderick
followed; the salve simply healed the
wound " 'Heals every sore, burn and
skin disease. Guaranteed by all
* our motto: "fair play." i
Cliiynberlalii's Cough Remedy Is
Both Agreeable and
Chamberlain's Cough Remeday has
no superior for coughs, colds and croup
and the fact t'iat it is pleasant to take
and contains nothing in any way inju-
rious has made it a favorite with moth-
Mr. W- S Pelham, a merchant
of Kirksville, Iowa, says: "For more
than twenty years Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been mv leading
remedy for all throat troubles. It is
especially successful in cases of croup.
Children like it and my customers who
have used it will not take any other "
For sale by all druggist-
LADIES WHO CARE
for dainty embroidered handkerchiefs and are willing to save 10c on
each should take advantage of our sale of 25c handkerchiefs . 15c
Get fresh chocolates and
at Roderick Bros.
THE BUSTER BROWN HOSE for school children are standard 25c *
\ hose, but now you can buy them here—limit of <5pairs—3 pairs C ftp
for *J U u ^
QUAKER KMT HOSE for ladies are as good as any 15c, 2 for a
quarter hose; we offer 1200 pairs—limit of 0 pairs—3 pairs 0Qq
25c MERCERIZED GINGHAM in solid pinks, blues, greens, grays
and reds, and you are paying 25c for same goods at other places j Qg
you can jus', save tic on each yard you buy here at.
4 THE (19c DRESS GOODS that we have been telling you about are
*j selling rapidly; they are the same qualities that you are paying I^Qn
$1X'0 for; we have sold same goods at 98c, but now at Uwu
V OUR 98c SILK in yard-wide taffeta, the one that we have been out of
* so long, is in stock again. This time we bought 10 pieces. It's
judged by silk experts to have but few equals at $1.25, our 98c
price notwithstanding the advance
Bkk«A sweet apples, with sonis people, brlnf
prompt n.Hel for Oonstlpttlon. With others,
mm nil-wheat bread will have the wuns eSod
Katura undoubtedly ha« a vegetable -emedy to
relieve every'ailment known to man, if physician!
can but find Nature's way to health. And this ia
strikingly true with regard to Constipation.
*h« bark of a certain tree In California—f*s-
Bagrmda—offers a moat excellent aid to this
and. But. combined with Egyptian Banna, Slip-
pery Elm Bark. Solid Extract of Prunes, ate., this
aune Catcara bark is given It* greattft poesIM*
power to correct eonstipaUon. A tootlisoma
Candy Tablet, called Lax-et , is now made at tha
Dr. Shoop Laboratories from this Ingenuous and
most effective prescription. Its efteot on Constt-
patton, Blllousnoss. Sour Stomach, Bad Breath,
Sallow Complexion, etc.. Is indeed prompt and
No griping, no unpleasant after effects are ex-
yerienoed. and Lax-ata are put up in bsaatlful
lithographed metal boxes at 5 cants and 25 cent*
For something new. nlos, economical and
effective, try a box of
Your Last Chance^
•' " it'-s;T mp|« . • '
Tonight is your last chance to buy good honest clothing #it a fraction
of its value. Our big successful clothing sale quits tonight at 10.
Better come and buy.
Suits that cost $8.25 and sold at $9.95
at • • • •
Suits that cost $11.55 and sold at $15,00
Suits that cost $18.70 and $22.00 and sold at $25.00 (Eli Q K
and $27.50 at I I iwJ
New Skirts and Suits
* The week has brought us many new garments and we are (fj I I "7C £
* showing a complete line of skirts at from $2.95 to.-.-lPI li#V ^
^ New waists in silk and linen, $1 98 $4.95 S
^ New waists in lawn, 48c
New Dress and Street Hats
All from New York. A representative line from four houses. All the
nobby new shapes and few of the ultra extreme styles. There's a big
improvement in our millinery showing this season and our prices are
just a little below usual millinery prices. Just to remind you that you
save all you can while you can.
tT |p K" If
Yours for "Fair Kay."
The Store That Advertises Denison.
MADILL OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
THURSDAY NIGHT, MARCH 14, 1907
BARLOW & WILSON
40 People Ssm. 10 Big Acts
superb band and orchestra
swell parade at noon
Seats are now on sale at the City Drug Stora.
By authority vested in me as Mayor
of the Incorporated Town of Madill, I.
T., I do hereby proclaim that the reg-
ular annual election for town officers to
be held Tuesday the 2nd day of April,
1907, in the Dillingham frame build-
ing on the south side of Lille Boule-
vard street in the said town of Madill,
I. T , for the following officers, to-wit:
One mayor, one recorder, five coun-
cilmen, one city attorney, one city as-
sessor and tax collector, one mar-
shal and one scavenger.
All male inhabitants of said town
over the age of twenty-one years, who
have resided within tho incorporate
limits of said town six months prior
to said date are qualified to vote at said
election. Poles to open at 0 o'clock
a. m., and close at sundown.
Given under ray hand this the 8th
day ol March, 1907.
(46) John L. Cartbr, Mayor.
Miss Floyd Wall who has been
in the employ of the Scott-Bald-
win Co., for some time has a
months vacation, and went to
her home at Cumberland yester-
day to spend the time.
Rheumatic sufferers can have a free
sample of Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic
Remedy with book on Rheumatism by
simply writing Dr. Shoop, Racine,
Wis- TWb book will explain how
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 •
A blacksmith at once for partner
in business at Cumberland. Fine lo-
cation. Apply to J. P. Smith,
44-4t Cumberland, I. T.
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