The Madill Twice--A--Week News. (Madill, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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The Lurie Wash Dresses
SPRING AND SUMMER 1907
No. 7105-PRICE 60c
This dainty child's school dress is
fashioned of pood quality chambray,
yoke of white pique, laid in three
box plaits and finished up with bias
pieces of white and black piques.
The skirt is full and chambray belt
is finished with pearl buttons- Col-
ors are ox, blue and tan. CO ft
Sizes 5 to 12, each Jul#
NO. 7:,IB-PRICE $3.00
The most popular guimpe genuine
dress of the season, made of very
fine dotted Swiss, Dutch neck of
very fine lace insertion; fancy cape
also trimmed with lace edging.
Full skirt with tucks, 3-4 sleeves,
trimmed to correspond, (D 3 fl H
sizes 8 to 14, each iPuiUU
No. 7SK—PRICE $6.00
Pretty Point d'Esprit child's con-
firmation DresB, square yoke of in-
sertion and ribbon; fancy cape trim-
med with ribbon, insertion and lace,
full skirt trimmed with three rows
of ribbon- Drop skirt also edged
with lace edging, sizes (PC f)f)
6 to 14. Price OJU.UU
THE above illustrations give but a faint idea of the class of garments to be found in our children's ready-made
department We have in stock seventy-eight styles, comprising white and colored WASH DRESSES
sizes 4 to 14 years. at prices ranging from 50c each up to $7-50. INFANT'S DRESSES from 25c to $4.00
each. THE LURIE LABEL guarantees each Lurie wash dress to be fast color—it insures satisfaction.
All we ask is an opportunity to show yon—The Garments will speak for themselves. :: :: :: ::
...wooltex... Suits, Coats and Skirts,
Sets the pace for fashisnable garments. Wooltex stands in a class of its own
beyond comparison with the usual run of garments.
NOBBY SILK AND WOOL COAT5, SEE THE NOVEL WALKiNQ SKIRT5.
found at this store. :
Its many superior points place it
SEE THE JAUNTY SPRING SUITS, SEE THE
Wooltei can only be
KNIGHT DEY GOODS COMPANY
DENISON'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES STORE, 410-412 MAIM STREET, DENISON, TEXAS
MRS. W. A. SOYEZ
LOCAL GATHERINGS §
The latest Happenings in Our Thriving ¥
Tuttle City put into Condensed A
Form for Busy Readers. J
Fresh fruits of all kinds at Roder-
erick Bros. 44-8
J. D. McCluskey for the nicest line
of post cards in town. 44-tf
In the Knight dry goods ad of
Feb. 26th and March 1st the
street number should have been
410-412 instead of 310-312.
C, S. Wright is building a nice
addition to his house in the north
east part of town; let the good
work go on.
The Epworth League literary
entertainment at the parsonage
last night, under the manage-
ment of Miss Langley, was well
attended and indeed a pleasant
"Preventics" will promptly check a
cold or the grippe when taken early or
at the "sneeze stage" Preventics cure
seated colds as well- Preventics are
little candy cold cure tablets, and Dr.
Shoop, Racine, Wis. will gladly mail
you samples and a book on Colds free,
if you will write him. The samples
prove their merit. Check early colds
with preventics and stop pneumonia.
Sold in 5c and 25c boxes by all dea-
Read the Twioe-a-Week News.
$1.00 per year.
$ Every Sack Guaranteed
DINNER P A R T Y I
MAIN LINE |
J. W. Moon for Alderman.
We announce in this issue of
the News the name of J. W.
Moon for Alderman, north side",
Mr. Moon has lived here five
years, owns property and has
the welfare of the city at heart,
for the best interest of the city.
H. Woods of Henrietta, Texas,
was at the Rock Hotel yesterday
J. S. Blalock for City Marshall.
We announce in this issue of
the News the name of J. H. Bla-
look for the office of oity mar-
Mr. Blalock has lived at Ma-
dill for the last five years, he
served as city marshall of Piano
Texas, before coming to the Ter-
ritory, is and has always been a
democrat; the people of Madill
know Jim Blalock and he prom-
ises if elected to give them a
clean honeBt administration.
Found At Last.
J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, West
Va., says: "At last I have found the
perfect pill that never disappoints me;
and for the benefit of others afflicted
with torpid liver and chronic constipa-
tion, will say: take Dr. King's New
Life Pills-'" Guaranteed satisfactory.
'25c at all druggists-
As money is scarce we will make you
from now on lower prices on ail work
than ever before. That means cash at
Ehrig's shop. 42-tf
Jessie Cornelison will buy,
shell or chop your com; or if you
want good meal or chops see
him. Phone, 49 39-tf.
Try getting shaved at the new bar-
ber shop, southeast corner square-
In New Quarters.
The Farmers Union Market is in-
stalled in new quarters in the rear of
the Williams building where they in-
vite both their old and new customers
to call on them-
Yours for trade
Phone 40 C. E. Watson Bus- Mgr.
If you want everybody to read
your ad, plant it in The Twice-a-
Mr. Farmer, when in town go
to the Rock Barn and see Ben,
a fine, black Jack—Missouri bred
Morton A Stratton will show him.
Good healthy Austin Dewberry
plants for sale at $1.50 per 100.
41-tf J. M. Jenkins.
Morton <fc Stratton has some fine
stock at the Rook Barn that the
farmers would do well to see. tf
Cause of Stomach Troubles,
When a man has trouble with his
stomach you may know that he is eat-
ing more than he should or of some
article of food or drink not suited to
his age. or occupation, or that his
j ■, < , , , , . . bowels are habitually constipated,
and if elected will do his utmosf 'Take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv-
Lots of fishing these fine day's
but we haven't seen any fish.
A complete line of Easter Cards-'at '
Roderick Bros- 44-8
itliciiiiiatie Pains Itcrievcrf. ' -
B- F. Crocker, Esq-, now 84 years
of age, and for twenty years Justice of
the Peace at Martinsburg, Iowa, says:
"I am terribly afflicted with -sciatic
rheumatism in my left arm and /ight
hip. I have used three bottles Of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it did
me lots of good." For sale by all
EA3Y ROAD TO MINER'S HEART.
Child Beggars in Camp Early Become
"The mining camp chili usually de-
velops Into the greatest beggar as a
class that child life ever sees," said
H. D. Smith, of Milwaukee. "I have
never been in • mining camp yet
wiiore there were children that one of
them did not stop me every now and
the and ask for some money or a piece
of ore. Their plaintive wails arc to
be heard on all sides.
"A story is told of a little girl in
Dawson who made it her custom to
aik every miner she saw for a nug-
get. She was a cute little thing, and
her request wag nearly always ac-
oeded to. After a while she had $3,000
worth of nuggets collected In this
fashion. As a rule, the miner is a
generous fellow, particularly in a gold
camp where the Inhabitants have pros-
pered and where most of (toe men have
claims of their own. Nearly all of
them carry loose gold arouad In their
pockets and think nothing of giving
little chunks of It away.
"In camps wtnre they are not thus
supplied with gold they usually are
free with their noney and the beg-
ging child is toseed anything from a
nickel to a dollar."—Duluth Herald.
Horse-shoeing, general blacksmith-
ing, woodwork, fine painting, gun
work or anything that can be done in a
shop, you will get for less cash, at
Hearn and Williams have dissolved
their Insurance Co-partnership. Mr.
Hearn will still write you Fire, Life
aud Live Stock Insurance. 42U
er Tablets to regulate the bowels and
improve the digestion and see if the
trouble does not disappear. Ask for
a free sample. Sold by all druggists.
Tetter, Salt Rheum aiitl Eozfcina.
TlfSse are diseases for which Cham-
berlain's Salve is especially valuable-
It quickly allays the - itching and
smarting aud soon effects a cure-
Price, ^ 25 cents. For sale by All
We appreciate your patronage no
matter how small the amount.
44-tf J. D. McCluskey.
Hammer paint is found at R.
C, Frames, it is the best and
cheapest you can buy. 39-tf
0. J. Poe has clean towels, razors
&nd everything up-to-date, southeast
corner square. 44-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
For Catarrh, let me send you free,
just to prove merit, a trial size box
of Dr. Shoop's Catarrah Remedy. It
is a snow white creamy, healing anti-
septic balm that gives instant relief
to Catarrah of the nose and throat
Make the free test and see, Address
Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis- Large
jars 50 cents. Sold by all dealers.
The News will accept wood or
produce in payment for subscrip-
The difference between a fault
and a sin is whether it is you or
some other fellow.
and CURE the LUNC8
OUGHS and 50c & $1.00
rfOLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB-
LES, or MONEY BACK.
It is because some of
the organs of the body
are not doing their work
well. There is ti lack of
that nervous energy that
gives them motion. Con-
sequently you are weak,
worn-out, nervous, irrit-
able, cannot sleep; have
headache, indigestion, etc.
because there is not suffi-
cient nerve force to keep
the organs active and al-
low them to perform their
natural functions. Dr.
Miles' Nervine restores
health because it restores
this nervous energy.
"I have been sick for a year, and
did not know what was the matter
with me. I tried many remedies and
none of them proved of any value. I
heard of Dr. Miles' Nervine. I pro-
cured a bottle, and before I had taken
half of it I was better. I would have
had nervous prostration if 1 had not
got this medicine when I did. I con-
tinued to take It until I was entirely
well. I have since recommended it
to five of my lady friends, and they
have all thanked me for doing so, for
It benefited them all."
MR8. ROSB OTTO,
185 S. 3d St.. Columbus. Ohio.
Dr. Mites' Nervine it aofd by your
druggist, who will guarantee that the
first bottle will benefit. If It fails, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
8ubject—Life though Christ.
Scripture Lesson John, 10,
Responsive Psalm 23.
The Lord's Prayer in concert,
Reading of Scripture passages.
Address by the leader, preced-
ed by prayer.
'The price paid for eternal
Selcet Reading.—Edna Toon.
Leader.—Miss Beth Willett.
The firm of Hearn & Williams, hav-
ing dissolved by mutual consent, Linn
Williams will continue the business at
Madill, and will write you Fire, Live
Stock and Crop Insurance in the most
reliable companies- Your business is
(44) Linn Williams,
General Insurance, Madill, I. T.
See me before painting and
papering your house. Wall pa-
per at your own price.
R. C. Frame. 39-tf
ECZEMA and PILE CURE
F W Ti1 TP 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.
Good Meats, Clean Beds,
Free Transfer to Trains.
RATES $1.00 PER DAY
DR. JNO. L. HOLLAND
physician and surgeon
Office Taliaferro Building, with
Dr. F. A. White.
Phones, Office 106, Residence 107
WELCH & BLAYLOCK,
physicians and surgeons
Rooms 1 and 2 Taliaferro Bldg.
Dr. C. E. DUVE,
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Taliaferro Building
Phones Res . 83; Office 114
Q. B. Hines,
Office Over Lazarus Building;
W. M. ADER., D. D. S.
Office in Taliaferro Building
Btmnsr. Hardy Wm. M. Franklin
HARDY & FRANKLIN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Stenographer and Notary Public In Offlce
SOPER & RIDER
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Rooms 1 and 2 Taliaferro BTd®,
W.H. Baldwin, Jr.
Phone 81. Madill, i. T.
Taliaferro Building. .
J, M. McMILLIAN
Practical Surveyor, all work
Accurately done and Guar
Office In the McMillan Hardware Store.
J. BLAIR SCHOENFELT,
(Ex U. 8. Indian Agent)
Contests, Citizenship and re-
moval of restrictions cases.
Prompt attention given to
checking and filing of oil and gas
leases. ., . ,
Muskogee, - - I. T.
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DR. MILLER CURES CHRONIC DISEASES
Vfirl^Afiali 1 ,r*** **1* disease by palnleaa methods, and
vaTlbUVOlV with no detention from buainess. The etag-
uant blood U driven from diluted relna with the esslstafiee of
our Improved Varicocele Truaa and Elootro-Chemic process, the
parts being restored to their natural condition and circulation
^trlrtnra 1 <mr# •trletnre witheut severe operative
tfiuuiuie procedures. Our treatments act direotljr on tbe
parts affected, completelyjUslodgjaj the strioturpby ourgal-
'•egth to you the*
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# , fives satisfactory and permanent rosulte.
our 3estrlro?biceis. Contagious Hood Poissn stag 1
■ hereditary or contracted In early days.
Our treatments act dlreotiy on tbe
dislodging tbe stricture by on:
vanlc eleeirte medical trea*aenti it Is painless and in no
tterferes with yonr business duties.
ost ef Manly Vigor
our methods we will restore that vigor and strangtb to you
5, - - mam
WRITE—Oases not too complicated
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Home Treatment. Consultatloi
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uHnONiC DISORDERS WOMEN
1 auoeessfally trtat all nervuua and obrouii
disease* of women,
sex, auch as Fi m
i;«!nV.V th.Ttck"' Woman who ^rttoliJoid'^jMmplloatkina'otiroolohronchlaf aid" pulmoni
•ttva prooedurCiliouU lut^Uga* uu sn.thodi,;1,1 "« Wr!v i f<.l I our homo ue ttn«iit
KIDNEY, IILADDER.AND UBINARY DISEASES
CATARRHAL CONDITIONS CURED.
HaVIir'MrtTO VnT'oironiol C t rrt of >• Nok. TUro.t tod Lunn n
and dlxun poonlfjr to thr Uh3.MOB n.tbol
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DR. MILLER COMPANY,
No. 7CJ Hal: St. (*<&r Slxti 81)
FT. WORTH, TIX.
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