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jaji Chieftaii)i'.L-:oJ;:i,8i""'a 800d ,on;
fee Dtsagroo With Us
Because ro ovwat or tl.ctrt. Ittdl
QfMtlon follows. Hut there's a way tu
escape suoh consuences. A lioso of ft
good dlgestant hkn Kodol 7lU roll vo you
atonco. Your stomach Is simply too
weak pf digest what you at. That's all
Indigestion Is. Kodol digests tlio food
without tho stom&oh'g aid. Thus tlio
ntomaoh tests while- the body Is strength
inM by wholesome food. Dieting Is un
necessary. Kodol dixewts any kind ol
good food. Strengthens aud lnvlgoratos.
RJoh Rod Blood.
"tniivra onl y by E. C. D V i rr A Oo.. Chlcaeo.
Oft f 1 boUleconlalaaJ HmM tba JoS.iIio.
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OP ST. LOUIS.
Tho St. Louis National
touted atEastett. Lois. I1L
aMmtlopoIL the city ol l Inli. Ila
o Set lt derlpti m of Ute Stoak ilttiri It
jJmm, tad within tho croon.!, of u
Tuti l a Bwf Canning UmiPiiny, '
fM?sellr 'or sleathllrinf S.UO h.J ol mim,
milt, as 4 Pork r.nklnr ettabiunmtnts bv
sapaalty 'or UnaaUrlnr 11"" bo dallr.
O. a. KNOX, Vice Pre.
.JOtUCS.Go . Mn'r.
h. W. A.BAKE. Ats't. Oen, U(tr.
AHUM. HOIST. 0n. Act for Toiof
. Indian Territory
BADGETT & MILFORD,
p.o. riMTA. i.t.
"U U 3 R
10 CO On hip ami side baok.
9lTaocJ yoonrcro.til OM
All oiler cattle are Ullj-br'ideil with 00
Mfl thoalncr or ldn. Vnanrar ontU
Marle4 aider hilf atop rlHkt and aadvrblt
PaJtorM on tlock tlrk. nonr Ailnlr
44avartr ar alf n.niktl ltrrUra
of Cabin Creok. M prrnclpall oowt
j. a on ay,
10 Miles Nonhwwt at lnli.
O tUnie on ft H
nild ci.jr for blL
Mllil SIC rewar I or oon
vletlon o( ateaUa
Poitofflc. Vlniu, J. T.
and iflll In Ih.
rtmt ealU la
Unrt oo U
mllea i.e. of X1
W W MILLRH,
Pcetinirft Vltiita, lnd. Tcr.
Kanfe on Lo
nut aod Lit
right a Ld r
ana nip. '
1 1 a
-VliSaiSaTi- JFm- iunu
V Cpv Hi M cr.
jLivciy, Sale and Feed Stable
Special attention to driving trade
wp wagon yt iu connocuon.
ft phone No 6. So. Wllaoji St.. Vinl'
We Are Nex
But we Beiice in oisi'".
See Woodard for your
signs. Shop north of Frir
Fraze HardWar? and
Coffins, Cnsketsand Fun
.ii. T. F. CRUTCHFJeLD, limbalmcr.
Tho Now Frisco Hotel 1ms
boon opennd in the old
Bachtol building, lialf a
block north of tho Frisco
Board by the Day or Week.
Will be plerui-d to huve all
our old customers come and
MRS. G. A. WHITNEY,
Prescribed by HarTliysJo an.
Nt'outia lall, Kn , Nor. 13, lO0.
Pepslu Syrup Oo., Mmtlrello. ill.
Dear Sirs: Fur siwutUfiD ywtr
I suffered frona litrliuastlui), upd al
wlutcr thouulit I wu'.hl UU, when my
"pj.ytln, Dr. A J Liee-nnce, uf
this iilaec, advlied wy tryipu Dr.
OildvelPa Sirup I'epslu, which Idlil,
andtwo lioUloa clued uia. It nut only
relieved rue, but it cured in Mt tbat
I liaro not liwn trouMed aince. If
ahr Olio should olfer me fMO fur the
BOOfl Syrup Pepsin hits done mc, I
would not think uf inking it. No one
Ctn.taUu your mod iclne vtlthoiil beliitf
coovlncect of Us mure HiJii-wonder-ful
cures. ! reioiij nuud n to all my
friends us it lutu aud taiiiiich
temody. Yuur wlh jfratltule,
, Mm J Morgan.
Suit) by People' dru alurs. vv
Baljard'ti HoruriegnU Syrwri.
Juiiuo'llotidtyriiLVt), iKiarig, otoiipy
OiUKh, OppCOtMt, MlllJog, rfcsrrtUk,'
sud dllllcult UroaiMoy. Uiwiry a
B'lenni", Oitogglst. ShqiUbuw, Ve
. crilii,irlteii, M 2, nM: "J intvp
Upn tejlllij 'UitUurd'a Horahcund
Syrup for t"d y4f, u i i ave never
bad a prrparaUi'.' Mmt i-m elven hot
ter satltTaeitpn 1 u tt e that th.ii
1, cell a buttle, uj.j- o n rack fi i
wore. I can bowrmy eer uimcnd U "
Wt, W i H at rr 4 lea drug
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S u h MoAlt-s erdu -U-f indorse
rnottl of Iho Beverldga lull set nn
hnlr (rigger 1h onl nwalM u
ndvicie from Washington to turn
it looap, l'hoenix.
pr-nator Deverldg', if he intonds
merely to kill all statehood this
Bunion, will ho able to ex'plain
J eomttday why he ever proposed to
tie Up Oftlahomn aid lite Indian
"dkeeler," whose teal nnrae is
TliU'iiian lit dwi i, iiov setving a
tbir v jam' sentence at Detroit,
MIohigan, Ii.ih askeil for a pardon.
"Skeeier" whr a member of the
Cook pang of outlntts, and vtd
tent to the milrntiniy for assist
i g in tho iiohl-tip and robbery ol
a Frisco train tt Red Fork, in
John Ross, ol Patk II 111, was
pleasant caller at the Utrald office
yesterday and reported that ivhis
key was fairly flowing through the
Territory, and ihat he had been
informed thet at Welling, on Sat
urday evening las', Hih peaceful
neM of that place was fairly torn
to shred by about twenty five
men on a ricb old bender, Pubic
The editor of the Okmulgee
GhlnfMn ras preant at (ho firtt
term ol court eve; held by white
men in tbe Indian Territory. It
was ht-ld April 1, 18o0, at Mutko
see. J. M. hauke ford whs judgf,
Z T. Waltlrou attorney, T. B.
Needles marptul Hnd Major Win.
Nelaon clerk. Uev. J. Y. Bryce, a
Methodist minister, who died three
or four years ago in tbe Choctaw
Xaiion, opmsd court with prayer
While Judge Hay tnoiui'd court did
not rpen with prayer, we believe
that his charge to the grand jury
can be taken as a good prayer for
baiter citizenship. Okmulgee
Yesterday Delegate Flynn Benl
telegrams to nearly every import
ant city and town in Oklahoma re
questing that mass meetings be
held at once and resolution?
adopted iavorini; the passage ol
the om ibu two state bill. Miny
of the townp, including Guthrie.
responded, telegraphing the re
tolutiutirt adopted lo the senate.
For sumo reasin or other Mr.
Flymi forg it to make the request
ol Ollahoiu.i City. Wondr why
this wai-? Isn't it u'range that the
niort imporlaut uiiy of tbe terri
tory should lie fiifgiitten in so im
portant a in ittcr as ihisV Okla
The people of Oklahoma have
been calling nnnvpntiona for years
to urge oongrt-es lo give us stale
hood in any old form that congress
sa v fi' to enact. We have deluged
congress with protests against our
presjulopptessive forms of terri
torfal government. As free born
American citizen' we have de-
manded statehood as a right, at
the earn time telling congress that
we were not particular as to the
Conditions of ndmiesion. Now,
however, that the mutter has come
before congrees, the people of the
territory just as vigorously demand
their kind of statehood or none.
Conventions are callel for siogle
statehood, conventions are talked
fur double statehood; Borne want
the territorial lines extended so bb
to take in tbe Indian territory and
let statehood be a matterfor future
consideration In fact, every con
celvablH kind of demand is made
now. No other territory had so
many conflicting claims to present
to congress. Cung.eis wished to
give a different rxmo to South
Dakota, but tbr people were a
unit. Hie Same thing was true
with regard lo a name for Wash
ington. Congressmen wanted to
out tbe long anbandle from
Idaho, but tbe peoplo were a unit
for all their territory. Tbe Bug
gestiou for the changes of the
northern elates were minor ones,
but iu our rase it is different. Peo
ple f'irgit that congress has not
bsen slaying up nights trying to
get us to acoapt some f rm of state
hood. In fact, we havo been
amazed at thrlr indifference end
we may find that cingressmen may
conclude that we can wait a few
years longer or until we know
what wa want. Times Journal.
Hon. Guy P. Cobb returned yes
terduy from Chelsea where be has
been for some time examining the
oil lands and leares near that
place. To the Times be gives
borne interesting- and accurate in
formation a-i tq tho oil prospects
there. The business in band was
with the Ghorokta Gas and Oil
company whion has twelve sec
tions under lease. The wells from
which they are pumping oil at
present are nearly five miles from
Chuleeu, the shipping point, but a
pipe line Is being put In and it is
c.nnpl.led nearly to tbat point.
Oil is being pumped from seven
wells no w aud it Is uf a fair quality
o( lubricating oil. These are old
walla aod were drilled four yeitrt
Bin. thiff inraiMuv huvinir Hemird
its a8o btff irit the jassago ol ibe
i Cortt4ot. Sino. its paiHig iijere
raotfl of Iho Beveridge lull set nn I
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Of the many useful and beautiful things we have that will supply your want.- viz A Rocking Chair, Framed Picture, Book CascinSide ttoaid,
Iron Bed, China Closet, Buffet, Couch, Library, Center or' Dining Table, Dining Chair?, Dressing Table, Parlor Suit, Bed Room Suit, Drerstr,
Easels, or screen. Carving set, Sugar shell, Scissors, Pocket Knife, Razor, Shot Guri or "Rifle, Chafing Dish, Bnking Dishing, Range cr Cook
FRAZEE HARDWARE &
has been difliculty in setting the
lease in shapo su It will bold, bul
now that has ii'-n aoomplished
and tbe oompany whioh ii corn
nosed irinoi)illv of Philrttlelnhia
and New Yotk capitallBts, is going
to work in earreet. . On this
lease there have been in all twenty
eight wells drilled and oil has
been found in most of them, but
they have been standing idle for
(our years and the company has
juit now b'guo pumping from
tbem. Most of tho wells are from
300 to -100 feet deep. Mr. Cobb
says tbe amount of oil that is taken
from a well that has stood full of
water for years cannot be a
criterion of what a new well would
produce a9 the water destroys the
production. Oil lias been oozing
out tops of thee wells for four
yenrs. The company has a new
drill ready lo nprtte and will be
gin the first of the year to g after
the oil in a Bchjntifio in inter.
FAILED TO MAKE GOOD
And the Cherokee Nation Draws First
Blood In Contested Freedmen
Tbe Secretary of tbe Interior has
aflirmed ibe decision of the Dawes
commiBfinn rejecting the applica
tions ol Henry C. IJayden, Mariuh
Ilayden, George B Buckner et al.,
Ella Huddlestou and Andy Rider
for enrollment as freedmen citi
zens of the Chemkee Nttion. This
case is a consolidated osio of tho
four families and has bsen holly
When the Commtsfion rendered
its decision rejecting the appliea.
tionn a strong fight was made be
fore the Secretary of tbe Interior
by the applicinls, which was re
stated by W. W. Hastings on the
part ol the Cherokee Nation This
is tbe first deci linn in freedmen
cases and the Cherokee Nation
scores first blood.
Witnesses were brought from
Lawrence, Kan., and from differ
ent points near Ltwrenoe, both by
tbe Cherokee Nttion and by the
applicants, to establish the fac's
The contention upon Ibe part of
the applicants was that Marian
Ilayden, tbe principal applicant,
returned to the Cherokee Nation
in 1860, thus complying wilh the
treaty of lhat year, wblch required
all freedmen and former slaves of
Cherokees to reiurn within rix
months afle tbe signing of the
treaty of 18CG. The Cherokee Na
lion proved Ihst Mariah Ilayden
lived in Kansas and did not actu
ally return until 1873 or 1874, this
act being established by witnesses
from Kansas and by home wit
nesses. Only n Alatier of Stntlment.
In an interview in Washington,
D. 0., Col. Robert h. Owen, of
Muskogee, is quoted as saying:
"Tbe reason (or not allowing
the Indians to eell their land fur
five yeais is purely sentimental.
The opinion H held by many that
the Indians Are not capable ol
transacting thoir own business and
that tbe clerk in the Inter! r de
partment should decide whether
the red men may dispose of their
landB, The Indians do not need
the resistance of men who know
practically nothing about their
affairs. They are capable of hand
ling their own business. Under
tbe present plans for regulating
the sale of Indian lauds it is im
possible for tho Indian Territory
to develop. Men will not improve
farms to which they can secure no
title, ft? tl oh pf tbe brst laud in
the territory lies uncul'iratod and
will not be touched by a plow until
he Indians are permitted to dis
pose of property which the soverr-j
stent, has under its onntrol " -
Uuy your ouf t uti j.resj ,U
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Between now and Christmas are only a few and you will be looking: ful
some suitable presents for your wife, husband, children or friends,
We Want to Remind You
Oat ro t ly f r the tlrst day of Janu
ary. School directors will bo elected next
Welch Is having a telephone system
MUs Muuu Miller Is clerking for
Santa Glaus Is In tlio nilditot a
lu-sle with the toy trust.
Tho Homo IUkery lus had a (loo
new bIkii painted for their store.
Tho Waters Plerco Oil Co. have
put In another new tank wblch holds
MtJ.ir Ureckcarldtfo of thi Dtwot
Commission spent a day or two In
Vlolta last week.
Miss Iloxle Spencer hai returned
liouio to CI trcmoro after spending a
weolc wltlt homo folks.
Stllti Ddvcnpirt. haJ Mt flnUhed a.
nc sidewalk on WlUon Vtrost In
front of his lumber yard.
Cltlef IlulUneton will ro to Wath-
Inutsn Boon after the holidays to look: i
a fUer Cherokee Interest-).
Mrs. J. It. Oinipucll left Saturday
for a mouth's visit with friends Iu
Kjiisis Oily and Atchison.
M. M. IM ml 9 ton and so.t were called
ti the bednldo of Mrs. EJmUtoo, who
la very III at Eureka Sprjns. r ;
Tho Rold cane U be o1d to the
highest bidder at the Ilaptbt Lallot'
llazir Is on oxhlblttou at tho People's
Win. MorrWnn brought In a load of
oxwodinirly Urn apples of the mam
moth black twin variety from his.
Duek creek farm Ft I day.
A hruneli ofllw of the Slnnor Sowing
Maehlne C., has been murefl to Mus
ki'ee, which A. M Urock will take
charge of. He will probably move hi
family the llrstof the year.
Prof. Mooney, formally of Wille
HbIfoII college but now In chargo or
tho public school at Afton, will return
to VlnlU the flr-it of the year an i rc
aume his former placo at the oollrge.
Tbe practice of leaving horics tic I
out in the cold rain all day long ought.
1 1 he dl-contliiuol. The utelcss suf
fering that is occatlonod dumb ani
mals thruuuh carelessness of their
OAocri Is pitiable.
The holiday ratct to tho SoutheatO,'
lliH yo.tr via the "Hock Island Sys-i
tem," Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf It.
It., arc unuua!ly low, with additions!
date-, of sale aud long limit. Ask your
nearest ticket ag.nt for full Informa
tion. It is said that tho Claroui.ore towo
sltesuivcy hat boen held up by tlio
Secretary of the Intorlor at the Insti
gation uf the Mliviuri Pacific Rail
way on aocounl of some changes con
templated in Its road bed through
I.O. Starr Ins bsen selected by a
number of Cherokeo convicts now
serving ontotice In federal JalU I tr
ibe states to select and tile upon tb clr
allotments. No bettor selection could
have been made and tbolr Interests
will be carefully guarded.
Thomas V, Millard, a dUttogulshcd
newpaier corosrjoudent and travoler,
Isspenalng a few woeks In Vlntta,
resting and vUltlng friends Mr.
Millard went through the war wltlr
Spain, from start to Unlit), as stuff
correspondent fur u number tho big
Uncle Lewis Ketchum, perhaps tbo
oldest living Delaware Indian living,
Is here from his farm ten miles out In
tbe country visiting bis son. Undo
Lewis doi.'t know exactly how old he
Is, but ho bunted buffalo and fought
ttunvfld Indlam on tbe plains seventy
Ave years ago.
In addition to tbo very low holiday
rates to tho 8outucat, the "Rock
Island S)tcm," Choctaw, Oklahoma
& Quit R It , wl i sell excurIon tick
e' to A'ki"a, Missouri, Illinois,
WUciinn.., Jlmne-ota, Iowa, Kansa,
Nebrafka, South Dakota, North Da
kota and Colorado atone fare, plus fi,
for the round trip, Tickets good 30
days from date of sale. Vteo reclin
ing chair car on all trains,
. Lost Twenty Dollar,
Col. Flcklln lost a twenty dollar
gold piece from h' desk at tho Rat
cIlCT Mercantl'i) Coupany Thursday
afternoon. Wlisn he went lo tbo
hank to make tbo duy'j. deposits bo
teft It on the desk through mistake
and when he returned It was mining.
Lewis Martin a' the Its igett store
lost a aiwiiur amount in tho same
way a few necking i.
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Yours for Christmas Goods,
George Starr-Pearl Mlllor.
James AlvahSarah Ann Swlmm.
You Know Vhat You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tiittulets
Cblll Tonic bccauie tbo formula Is
plainly piloted un every buttlo show
tng lhat Ii Is simply Iron ttnd quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay
Card of Thanks.
James Kirk desires to I hank the
people who so kindly assisted him
duilng tho sickness and aeath of his
Will Not Regrade Land.
A number of Oherol i cltizsns who
applied lo tho Dawo. .camlsslon for
tie rcgrsdlog of their lands havo re
ceived notice that. the orlgluul grade
will staud, as Investigation seems t
Indicate that Ibey are correct.
Tbe Imllan Territory Tcichcrs' As
sociation will bo held al South Mc
Alcstor, 1. T Dec 20-27, 1002. All
learhetsuuu active frltndsof educa
tion In tho Indian Territory may be
come members of the Assoctutluti una
are urged, to ulten I tho meeting.
Gaue K. 1'aukeii
Troo for tho Asking.
Our bjoklet, "Told by a Doctor," a
discussion of the diseases of tbodl-
gcstlvo tract, and testimonials ol
hundred, who have been cured ol
( conatlpallon, dyspepsia aud btomach
truublai by tl)o ute of Dr. CaldwcllV
S) rdp Pepsin. If InterostoJ write to
day to Prptln Syrup Co., Moutlccllo,
ill., or sec Peoplo' drug store w
T my friends aud patron", lo re
tiring from the grocory builne 1
with lo tbink you for your kind ie.8
to mo tti tbe past ai.d speak for yuur
good will and support to tuy successor
O. S. Morrow at tho o!d liitlonllne
store. Wfhtngyouii Merry Clirl.t
mas at d. a Happy New Year, 1 am,
(15417 Mns. II. IUlenti.se.
Alra. James Kirk Dead,
Mrs. Kirk, wife tf James Kirk of
tire KrtHW dcpo,dled Saturday at
0 o'clock, after a week's lltness of
typhoid fever. Mrs. Kirk bad only
lived In VlnlU a short time but had
made a largo number of friends. Her
remains will be taken to Aurora, Mo ,
funuerly her home, for burial, lo tbo
cvonlng. Sbo leaves a husband and a
little daughter f mr months old, who
havo tho sympathy of tho entire com
munity in tbelr ad bereavement.
Tbe "Rock Island riyston," Choc
taw, Oklahoma AsOuirR R., will
ruako unusualjy low rates this acason
fur Iho holidays. A rate of one rare,
plus 1.00, for Iho round trip will be
In effect from all points to the south
east, and tickets will bo on sale Dec.
10, 17, 21, 22 and 2fltb, good returning
30 days from date or sale.
A. N. aud J. P. Green have retired
from tho Implement business and tbo
Qrm of Green As RomI Is nan known
asRd & Hanford. Mr, Hanford baa
recently luoatod In our city from
Alva., O. T. They will collect all
debts and assume a'l liabilities
Chlcfiatn Plant Enlarged..
A large amount of typo and machin
ery bos been added to The Chieftain
establishment, and this week a new
Cottrell press, with power, will bo
installed. We hope to enter tbe new
year with facilities for newspaper and
commerolsl work unsurpassed In the
Indian Territory. Tho Weekly Chief
talo, the old stand-by for moro than
twenty years for tbo farmer aud
countryman, will to enlarged to an
olgbt page paper. With Its new ma
chinery The Cbluftaln will not only
be alilo to ti audio a greater volumo of
business, hut will turn out job work
with a promptness bllhOrti Impos
sible. Coushlnn Spell Caused Doath -"Hurry
Duckvtclr, aged 25 year,
choked to death early yestorday mo- n
Ing at bis home, In the proience tf
his wife and child. Ho con ti acted a
light cold a fow days ago and paid
but little attention to It. YoJterday
morning he was seized with a fit of
couiblng which continued for some
time. IIJs wlfo'ont fora phyian
bul before he could arrive, another
coughing apell cmo ou and Duckwell
died frotu nurJocallou. St. Louis
Globo-Dsihocrat, Dec. 1, 1101." IJaU
lard's Hurcliouud Syrup would have
saved him V,fiOsatid XI ut People's
drug store. w
A Christmas present uf u - Ice let t,
barneis If vou buy v.iitr hunav vt
IllilnitC.v anrl flu-lni-h '
Gifts for Christmas
from 50c to $200 that are useful the year around
Solid Gold Brooches
AeM.::nf.in.g $3 to $25
Othtr Urocchrs from 50c to $5 00
l'or Lai.lcs and Gents, all rnw and assorted
Patterns at prices (, x
from $2 tO$I5
Sterling Silver Novelties
Seals Paper Ktilvea
Darners Holler Illottsrs
Itmbrcidcry Scissors Hat Marks
Nail Klles Match Iloxe
Stsurp Iloxes Key Kings
And many old rnnvcllles.
Cuff and Collar Buttons
Solid Gold Cufl Ilttttons i, .
Solid Gold Collar m
Buttons O LO I.5O
Other Cuff Uuttoss jjc to $10
Call and get pikes on anything Ih etir stoek. U ye)i ate not alf e4y om as tatt Uiff Mtna
Ur of our customers, we will be pleaed to liave yH eatl and fc ar Kc4. wtMkr you me rrsxty
to buy or not.
for the housewife
wife who labors
from morning till
for the men who
have a big Tur
key to carve.
for the young
man who enjoys
for the young
lady who enter
tains a great deal
Prices Right on all
1 housand Dollars' Worth of Quod,
A. II, Tliurnci, a well known ooal
operat r uf Buffalo, O., writes. "1
have bean sflllolod with kidney and
bladder trouble for joir, piHln
gravel nr -tines with . x metaling
p tin. I gut to relief from "ellil'it
I ncgiii lakliiif Alley's IC'iln y Oire,
Iheu the result was lurprl-lif. A faw
dooasurtcd ihtt bilekdu.t .U- tine
t.ncs and t o v i hv n pit r
my kidney a'id I 'eel Itkeaue mo.
IlhasdonoiuoaSiOOOwunhnf . . "
Hnlr by Peoplti'sdru loru. .
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has stooi the tost 25 years. Average Annual Sales over Ose mi Half Mniioa
bottles. IctbJsroccTdofmorittoy? No Core, No Pay. 50c
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Yost ftttt't tit sale
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"MO??. 20 to 60
,g.!?y. 10 to 30
Sterling Silver Flatware
Toaxes, set of 6. tj 40 Ii. 19, 1 8
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A full line of 1847 Roger Uros. Goods
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by buying at store where quality is
never comidered. When you buy at
slores Where quality is never consid-
cred. When you buy at this store
you can depend upon the highest
quality at as low a price as is possible
Start the New Year Right
Begin to save our money and trade
where you can get full value for every
l'ow J lhni4t in IMS,
Darrough Hardware Co.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cura.
DlgMlS all lillHH of food. toMS a u 1
i strengthens the slomsdi aod cl-
11 vt. organs. Cures dypMU. im
gestlon, sloitueh trout m and makM
riali red blol. u U audatreugib.
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3.50 to 50
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to the fact that you
are positively throw
ing money away
Paverita Family Remedy.
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