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Ardmore, Monday, November 5, 1006
MBv Ex ViXX
o?J BLESSES POISON
Tile first outward sin of Contagious
blister As the poisonous vims becomes
a red eruption appears on the Dotty, tiie
begins to come out. Elands in , nvelt .ami Kro.n swell, copper colored pots r
itppear on the breast, uaciv, eic, niui me
... . m . . . .
i ennan Irnt.i inni Tn Innc. Aiprrnrv
Mood Poison ; they shut the disease up in
ward symptoms for awhile, but when the
returns, men me system ueiiig weaKencu irom tlic action oi tuebu stroniT
minerals the disease makes more rapid
nntulotc for Contagious Mood Poison.
bv iroiiie- down into the blood and rcmovintr everv vest ice, of the virus. It
is free from nil minerals, and while purifying the blood it builds up the entire 1
system by its fine tonic effects. S. S. S. destroys every particle of the poison j
mul removes all danger of transmitting it to others. S. S. S. cures Con-:
mgious iiioou i-oison occnuse u is a
instructions for belf treatment and any
WE SlViT SFECCtiG COog ATLANTA j CA
J. . filVKNS, President
DON LACV, Vlot HMtlijnt
The Gitv National Bank
Surplus Funds 75.000,00
Account at eras and l.-iflWlduitls eollclroj. Court to uh troatoicat
accordod ta r.U rJ!.V.
I.. P. ANnHmON. ITc-ttflrn
O. L. AIUJBUfiON, Ci(tlcr
Arncurti, Indian Turrltorr
CupltRl Paid In 9 63.000.oe
5nrp!a Vuudt 2IO.gQO.flS
The olCvat bm In loilua TrrlK.rT. acooobk of flrm 61 lu.ltTiamit
olttlled oton lt Diott llnprl t. rtai conlti- vlib itooil ntnUnn.
. 1,t..l,ll.J .
The Mews from San Francisco
Is thut more of tbc Piro Insurancu companies
will fail before tlic losses :ue all settled.
If your Kire Insurunco is with Cautki: it
Cannon you can rest assured that the company
insuring you will not be one of them that fail.
GIRTER & CMMGN
I Kinds of Insurance
An Army of Wagons j
Are standing ready to make quick deliveries of goods
you buy hero. We keep in stock;
Hcinz's 57 varieties of Picllles Mid Preserves,
Allegretto's Fine Fresh Chocolate Creams
"Queen of the Pantry" Flour,
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee
and everything else good to eat, "under one roof."
Six month's scholarship
and Oliver Typewriter
Six Month's scholarship
and Unilerwood Type
writer (now) $125
holvidgo Huslness Collego is
most practical, tho most progressive nnd the most successful Busi
ness Collego In tho Now State Owns and occupies Its own build
ing, which together with grounds and equipment, cost $12,500.
The best equipped Typowrl ting Department In tho Southwest.
Good board can ho ha at f 12.50 per month. Unlimited scholar
ship $10.00. Students may enter at any time. Reference: Any bank
or business firm In Ardmore,
Send for handsome Illustrated catalog It's freo.
G." P. SELVIDGE, A. M, M. Accts.
PRESIDENT 3ELVIDGE BUSINESS COLLEGE
Ardmore, 9nc7. Ter.
Mood Poison is a small sore or on
more firmly entrenched in the blood
inouiii atM throat ulcerate, the hair uo
utnortunaio victim ntni3 mnisen
... . .
nod rtmncll tin tinr fMirn I nur.nTlnlfd
the system mid remove the out- j
treatment is left off the trouble i
headway than before. S. S. S. is the .
It cures permanently and certainly
. 1 r . y.
perieci oioou punuer. woou wu;i ;
medical advice free.
A. H. PAUim, Cathltr
FIIED C. CARR, AL CjM-.U,
h. p. KUi::Ki.rr. viea-rm.
P. 0. Bldcj., Phone 22h
3n3 i J r.jnr.ifr R
Six month's scholarship,
boohs and board
lu N '
ChicKasaw students flu..;.
tho largest, tho best equipped, the fcjj
THE DAILY APDMOREITB
COAL FAMINE AT LAWTON.
industrial Plants Are cn tlr
,,. r- s,. M, ,.
the verge of a disastrous coal fain-
ini and there upioais nt this time
oary rilnue ,,f relief. unless the !
.. . . . cI..ni0PfllJ. .ml.od j
f.mil.iliil ,F Ilia ilanliii'd ntf.l nvrft. fl
....... . ... ...iiv.ci ...... .
H.tlo extraordinary effort to get the
product here trout the mine.
-riic Comanche I.iKht ami Power Co.
.i.. .i ,
, , ...
.l..uti V.k nut', itf.t litjil ni'n fnt,,..
Ciirs ot coal at a time In ten weeks,"
said Manager Bedford this morning,
"All the dealers of the city are short
an(. , venture the assertion that not
one of them has six car of coal on
hand. Hvcry dealer has from three
l to tfii Invoices, but they cannot pot
the coal shipped."
The city water plant is now being
operated by oil ixiwer. The burners
' were put In order tills morning and
( the city has the assurance or the Law
' ion Natural (las Company that then
In an inexhaustible supply of this variant-
of fuel. Hence the city plant
will not suffer.
The cause of these conditions Is
attributed to the Immense increase of
luminous by the Hock Island and Fr.s
, co railroads In handling crop exports
j from the new country and the natural
, Increase In business Incident to tho
I nettling of tho country and the com
Iiik openliiR of now lands. Freight
of all kinds Is delayed.
Voa need not fear skln-dryiiiB wind?
if you use llatnsoy's Witch Ilnzel
Ilalin. It affords porfect protectbu
f idiii cliniiplii; or roughening. Guar
I'liteed. 25 cents.
1 K J. HAMSEY, nrugglst.
Vo the Voters of Constitutional Ulstrl
' ct No. 103.
Notice Is hereby given that la Con
stltutloual delegate district No. 103,
,1)10 lt?puhllcnn and Democratic partle
' s havo nominated the below-named
pi rsoas respectively as candidates fo
r the office of delegate to form a con
. stliutioual convention for the propose
d Mate of Oklahoma mid that tho
names oC said candidates will appear
' U on tho official ballots under the
title and duvlec and In tho order, as
BLICAX I'AItTY TICKKT
Koi Do'cgato to Constitutional Coiv
ventlon, DIst. No. 103:
(Square) SAM A WEEKS.
DEMOCRATIC,! 'A UT Y TI C KET
Foi Delegate to Constitutional Con
ventlon, Dlst. 103:
(Si'tiaro) WALTER A LEDI1ETTER.
In order to vote cither one of the
ft regolng tickets the voter should
cuter tho election room and announce
liL name to tho two clerks of olec
t. i.. on of whom will deliver to him
o.'e ballot, and tho other will hand
him a stamp. Tho voter shall then, w
Ithout leaving the room, enter any
unoccupied booth and Indicate tho ca
militate for whom ho desires to vote
i by stamping across in the circle above
, or ir. the squaro lmniediatcl
ta the left of, such candidate's nnmc. a
after which, and before Icsvln the
booth, he shall fold hie ballot so that
no part of the printed matter there
j jii win uo exposeu, ana snail return in
o stamp to the clerk from whom he
! recced it and deliver tho ballot to th
.... . ..... ..
' o chairman, or Judge, acting as chair-
1 . man, who shall, forthwith, In tho pros
Vciice of tho voter, judges of election
I irn! watchers, doposit tho samo In the
illot box. Any other mark than
cross mark for the purpose of vo
lug, or any crasuro ni.uio on tne uai
1 Ir t makes It void and It cannot bo co
JOS. A. GILL.
. W. II. II. CLAYTON.
Districting nnd Canv
(isilng noard In Indian Territory.
Muskogee.l .T., Oct. 20, 190C.
Pnsumonla Follows a Cold.
but never follows tho uso of Foley's
Honey and Tar. H stops tho cough
Iii-mIk and strengthens the lungs nnd
. . ,,. I I T". .
Co.., City Drug Store.
A. G. Fullerton ,
l'rlvnto Wlro to
.A. S. Gulllot
Ean3:er3 - BrtiCiers
Grain and Provisions
OTor Kearney Hardware Store.
O trices Ardmore. Pauls Valley,
Wynnewcod, Snlpnur, I. T.
and Lexington, Okla.
Phose 720. '
THE DRAPIER LETTERS. '
Hcflii SiiIII'b Hit! Up Vor
Tlic llruplvr letters, six of which, I H
signed "M. It. Prnplcr. appeared l:i n ,
Dublin newspaper l.i I""!, murk it n crn i
In Irish history. Thoy wore the work,
of Dean Swift, the nuth .r of "null!
ver's Travel.." The occasion tllln;
'thorn forth was the grant of a patent
it. ir'i t.i vmi... w..,,i .. i,,.,.iiui, i
man of Mriiilnjtliatn, to eoln halfiH.-m e (6!
and fnrtl:Iiig;i to (he extent of 10.'.(HiO
to lie current In IrelAiid. where there
was n deflolency of eoptor coIiiiiko.
I'ubllc feH-Jltiij In Ireland was In u stiin
of Irritation at its treatment by Kiik-
l.iud. and Swift toil; mlvaiitHRo of this
iMlnsKe buKlneoR to iidroestu tile rlfiht
of Ireland. I'ndor the mask of a plain.
Iionest, patriotic ti-ndciiiaii he t -?n-solcil
all true patrlnt not only to re
fuse to take tin) new coinage, but to
refrain from uelng any i:imllsli man-
ufaetures vlmtever. The rrstilt was
tremendous. No one would take Wood's
money, ami nssoetntlotiH were fornieil
for refi'.Hlns the eurreney. The publica
tion of the tiwt three letters bad s
roued fie temper of Irrland that it
was now easy for Swift ta come to the
real point of N-itie. In t! e fwirth let
ter he flcoordhiRly trer.ts of the royal
prerogative. The irnri-itiuient Instantly
took alarm ami offered a reward of
flifK) for the ill-u-'ivery of the anther of
this fourth letter. IH printer win
thrown Into pvlson. Hut nil was !:i
vain. The government yielded to tbe
stirm. i)d . jiatent wa surreuder
eil, the patente.; being ludem-.illied bj
a prant of .1.001 yearly for twele
years. Thus, through the force and an
imation of Swift's niTumeiitK, icto-rlou-dy
terminated the first grand
struggle for th" lii'lependeiico of Ire
land. Loudon Tit-UltH.
KiiitilltiK Mr.lfiltil tt Hie I'uliirc nu.l
The advantage of concreto on tho
mechaiili-al side are thee: It Is pro.if
ML-.-ilust lire, wind and water, rats, In
sects and dry rot and the dancer of
elcctrlc:t . It nced. no painting or re
pair. Klre or water overflow Ir-'de can
do only local damage to the contents of
a room and no more.
It bocotnes (stronger and harder with
age. which h, of course, sn advantage,
except when sddltlons or alterations
are made. Involving hard work to cut
the wnIN and Honrs. There are no
leaky rcof, no damp or cold east or
north ro'ims. There Is great economy
of beating, l'.clng a firm mans through
out, like a Iioiim; made of linked clay,
there Is no vibration, and In case one
spot of the foundation Miould be under
mined the well knit structure Might
not show so mucli as a crack. It Is
practically earthiUKkc proof.
Concrete Is healthful because It
leaves no fissures for dust or for in
sects which spread disease. It Is c ol
In summer and warm In winter, mid
with a minimum ot exertion can be
kept sweet and clean. On the artb'tle
hide, as the hoil'-e beautiful. It lends
itself to sculpture nnd painting, and as
an object on the liiudicaiK! It can be
made a Joj to the eyes. Country Life
IIp.I nnd AVhltp IVlne.
"A misapprehension about the strength
of led and white wines exists," suid n
vine grower. "ISeciiwe red wine ha
a darker, richer look people think It ,!
more Intoxlcntin.;. The opposite, rrjl
ly. Is thu ease, ltcd wines are made
ify fcnncntlnK crspe Juice, skins and
t-oeds together. White wines are
made by fcrmentlnc Juice alone. In
the skins nnd red there Is a lot of
tannin, nnd red wine contains much
tannin, while white wine contains
none. This tannin, an astringent,
closes the pores of the stouaeh and
prevents the nlcnhnl In the red wine
from entering the blood freely and
col'ij.'. ns the saylnt Is, to the head.
White wine, ohnr.'.raffuo tor Instance,
has in tannin, nnd hence Its Intoxicat
Ins properties are much more keenly
to be feared than those of the tannin
tilled red wine." Philadelphia bulle
tin. Iiiilnu(i'linii rjilnpnf Cliltilrrn.
T1k Chinese are a wonderfully In
dustrious people, and their children
learn very early to make themselves
useful. In the strerU of n Chinese
town It Is no uncommon sight to see
two children who are so yomiK that
they can hardly tul'i trottliiK nlmiK
with a bamboo polo on their shoulders,
by which they are carrying home a pull
of water. If one child Is stronger than
the other I ho pall Is hung near his
shoulder, for thus ho takes the "heavy
end of the pole."
A C'litleetcr nf Sntilllinxc-H.
The only expensive personal fancy
of Frederick the (Ireat. It Is salJ, was
Ids hobby for collecting snuffboxes, of
which he left as. many as 1!I0, approxi
mately valued at $1,300,000. Lord
Mnlmesbury nays that one could hard
ly approach the Ulnc without sneezing.
Tw.i thousand pounds weight of Span-l-!i
snuff had Always to bo kept In
K'.ore. but sniokliic. on tho other hand,
was mi abomination to Frederick.
CJiolet nf Klls,
Smiley I hope you won't mind If I
bring n friend home to dinner tonight,
dear. Mrs. Smiley Oh, no, sir. That
Is better than being brought homo by
a friend after dinner. Chicago News.
IMIth Wd you sing for Mr. Pore
lelgh last night Ada Tes, I sang al
most a whole hour for him, Edith
I'm so glad to hear It! I've always
had the greatest aversion to that man!
In rcultty hlitory Is of uo avail.
Humanity 1s caught erery day with
traps that have served before.
When You'ra.U'eatly j
don't overlook the fact that W.
L. Davis can furnish you the
bent mill work of anyone In
the city and can nlso savo you
tnoney on lumber.
tnonev on lumber. ,-WQfS'-
I w. t. oi'vis TfW
. . ....... " mrffMWilll.MilWI-
Tinners and Plumbers
Moved to South Washington Street
Eidou IC. Sams. Alborl J
SAMS 0. LEE,
Attorneys At Lav.
OHice In N'oblo IUdg. I'lione No. 002.
UorI Estate, Liw and Titles
Cint. J. W Cllii. W. D. Hiirhlll
ELLUJ A HAl.i'-'HIi.L,
looms 21 end 22, Homestead Iliac
Civil ami Indian limlnoa i,xo!ur-
NUBKOOKK. IHD. TKH.
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT
(Formerly with Dawes CommlDfioc)
Contosts, Citizenship C&eea iml otn-
mattern beforo the Interior Dv
Odlces Washington Loan & Trust
Washington. D. O.
OUAt.J. Kmti.uu l)WA. It t4HaiLt.11
UomwIhT "IuiIIud Actlvi.
l.ii we nail Trootlm" Ormrt I'rnntltnti
KAPPLEft & MEFIILLAT
Attorneyo and Counaolors-at-Lav;.
r.-iictloe butoru all Coartri Cotiirres. tin'
ornment Dnpprtmnnln ami Commtntlunt.
Indian cusea s aparlnltr.
omoB. Uocd blilif. Wii-.lilictoti I)
J. B. 1uOI5-
Attorney at Law
Office over Hamilton a Shoo Stoio
CLINTON O. OUNN.
Attorney at Law
W. F. Freeman. Oliio Anderton,
FREEMAN &. ANDERTON,
PennlnRton tz Sim3 Ilulldtng.
K.l'.Tim KKLLKU.U.U. tl. II. HltNhT. M. r
ll.i. I'liutr 1) . I'bnni. K7
Oo I'hoim lf
von KELLER & HSNKV
Phyelclzni end Surfleone.
jr, Unr Nof ,.! T!irol HiirtOllls
rtiJoUolt tl i:-o (ll'n(, ui'.untly nu-0
')ttto ot-r II, "in-, h. Iloni'f. Koorai,
Oil. C. L. McCANN.
Otlico: Btonn llulldina, over HsJl b
HIJIlfl. Toleshcnes: Offlc t2,
C. E. SHACKtLFORO, M. D.
Tlhco unndol IUuldlr.g.
Ofllco Phono CG4; Hesldonco 711.
O. E. GOODWIN, M, D.
(Otdce ovor Hall (z HIUU)
Phones Offlce 343: rosldeiieo 07
.Room 12, Nonio ilulldlng, neit to.
Dr. J. M. Vaden's OHice.
tlfl. J. P. FANN,
Over Hall & Htllla,.
Phone No. 401
ANDERSON & VHITAKER,
Ofllce: Smith's Livery Ham,
J. U WIL30N.
FREIGHT TRANSTTJlt CND
nsM t sltlilO Xfrnnyajr
Teople rod sit the
he aXternon japr,
want ads Id
use Klour initio ly out
sidf mil Is, who have no
inurost in AWUMOK10,
when you can ,'ot
on the market, as cheap?
Made nice and fresh ev
vis day, by your
Every .sack of yoods wc
make fti'ly yuar.tnteod.
Sold by all of our Gro
cers for the past b years.
I Elevator Co.
For Firat-CIass PJnsterinfj
seo Undo Tom, tho Plasterer.
All work guaranteed first class. IIo
is now located In Ardmore and wl"
mako his hcadquailors iU. A. F. Joneo'
lumber yard. Ills 31 years' oxperlcncs
will give you a first class Job. He
conies to our town recommended wj
n llrst class plaatoror and It will bo
to your Interest to seo him and get
prices and first class work. For In
formation, seo A. F. Jonou.
Hotel nnd Restaurant
ju I'uropeftii l'lan
W. J ALESAHDEH, ProprUtor.
J Caturs to I'lrit Class Trudu Ocly
OI'l'.N MAY ,1NI) NHHIT
Prompt Settlement on Fire
and Tornado Losses
l ARDMORE HACK LIE
K 0. . FLYNT, .-up
Hack lenvos for Henldtoa at
0:30 u. m.
Hack leaves for Elk nt 7:30
Direct connection with nil
Inland lowu3 west ot Ardinoro.
Leave all bundles u. N'oblo
CARTER'S ROOMING HOUSE
No, 1, 113 K. Itnln ft., at Chtneau Kaitaurnnl
No. 7, IIS VT Mln. Qraoo imlTrtlnif
No. , 1H A !., W-, Lubus llulldlnic
BEST 25 CKST B3 IK TII2 CITT
Nroi-K booms tm ciwrs
riioNn s. ARDMonn, i.