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THE DAILY AROMOREITE,
Ardmore, Friday, February 15, 1907,
did line of Hug
Kim. which for a
briff time will be
sold at cost.
OUR OFFER IS A SNAP
Come and See
Stevens, tarty ! Sprains
HELSLEY A KCftHER.
Carry a full atnek of frcsb and
cured Meats, Vegetables, Fruit and
everything In the market line.
I'romjit delivery to any part of the
The Grent Tcmpcrnnce Drinll
Every bottle made in con
formity with the law.
A favorite beverni'c with
Gives absolute satisfaction
to every denier
Send your orders to
Manatfcr New State
FRIEND to FRIEND
The iifiMinal rccomtlicnilatluiia of
people wlio linvo been cured of
cotiglia and itilds by Chnmberluln's
Coiirli Itemeily luivo dono more than
nil tl.,i. to make It n staple artlclo
tiad. and eomiuorce over u lingo
p."t ..f the civilized world.
n 4- I'iiihi , . . 0:05 n. m
s 1 ' " nes l:15p. m
' . htis 9.50 n. 111
' r:lvcs 7:50 p. ill
' Mves 1:15 p. m.
,1:10 a. id
N ' 17 ...1:20p.m.
" ' 12i36p.m.
M i h bound
Nu G ,
H: 50 n. m
5:35 p. in.
U VM I II
b in i ags at Ardniori lb
Pies, Calfes, Fine Coffee
McKtUGHT 0 HARTELL,
1.2 E. Main Si , Whlttlngton Bltl.
GIVE US A CAl L
For Ltitlei Dd Gtnllcmtn.
Juicy Stea If ,
the Best Sausage
Notlh Washington Si.
Grand Avenue Hotel!
1 UK lll. J ? I'Kl. DA V
IImII.I. IN M.H
WIIKN ! :' I i i V, AM.
C. T. WILLIAMS, Prop.
OKLAHOMA 1TY OKLAHOMA
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
of the Condition of
The Ardmore National Bank
Kt AllI Moim tvti TKK
Hi l!L1lhm in"
AT TIIK f'LOHK
V. S lk,Dds 16iJ.WJ0.0U
L'arltnl Stock I'alil In J 100.000.00
Surplus mid profits (net) .. 47,677.11
IIUU Payable 10,000.00
So better mdoi to tbo growth of Ard
tho constnnt pnd rtcatiy Incronso In
moro enn oo fouml thnn Is reflected In
'lie deposits of tno Ardmoio National
I.KE CRUCE. President
? W RTtJAHT. Cshler
ARDMORE HACK LINE
D. E. FLYNT, Prop.
6:30 n. m.
for Healdton it
for rflk it f.J)
Inlijil tonus weiit
Iimvo all bundles
Ilr.n ' Ktoro
Chronic Cont,-ation Cured.
One v In nd. i rnun . binni. i-.m
9 m vi V
VsfOugn 5yriif j
fi cd:;;a i , a::d ta
3 Rc' i vo-. C. ii I , 'rirclbprn j '
U OMt ..f Id-, .u . t i., i a c piuus D 1
b Rf . . (gi C i..,: s ly i,' anii-f tho
j mui.. . mcrnbi ,in if ti. t:irot,
j cl.Cit anj bronc ia. tubes.
"Aj pleasant to the taste
ai Maple Sugr"
Children Like It
P"l 1 b. II ff .. ),,ik r.
tli.illnu l In danuei of main her
S;35p. m. Ioum ailin. nt, i i In.. l..iatHe Ftult
S.Mup 1'unn Ii i n It- mnsilpailon a
k ants uiKi'silmi and .-iliinilat.-H the
liver and bowels. iist,ninK the nat
ural action of then, organs. Com
mence ti. iing it t,tt) un, vou will
feel better at once. Orlno laxative
r.., .,n.p uofs not nauseate or i,
gripe and Is vorj Ii easant to take H.
fii ,e subsiiiMto.
uud City Drug Store.
All who have been notified that,'1
uiolr street taxes are due. had ht. I.
ter pay mo or they will be prosecuted. 'I
I). N IU'Ti'lini, I
23,f Street lax I'ollertor ,.
- .. -. i
-.'. '.- -tr
, -v.. '. ..r.
j 1 '
. I t t.ie 1 ;-! -i y duancaMy r.itc ling the bo-.viii, pro luring; inUijres
t .n r latir, at the d-'.icate linings and membranes of the stomach. Th.
v luta rentable puntycf S S. 8 las always been ,nt of the stronre
t-.ints in its favor, an.l ii one of the
i. " i . , . , . meintinc em me marhi;
It i, wad. entirtlv r,f heahnK purifying root,, herbs and bark of the for
et.j and flelds these are selected lor their well known curative properties.
a-d are known at the tame time to posies the ffti.-ilitic to build up am
strengthen every psrt of the syte:n by their fine t-mic effect. , Not only li
S. S S the kingrtUvA purifier, but it U the one medicine that may U
takei witnabv.luteaafetybyyounorold. Wo guarantee it non-injurioui
a:: 1 offer a reward t ooo for proof that it contain n particle f mir.eral ir.
ary or.-., S S S i. a .afe and rliaU treatment for Rheumatism. Catarrh
SKr.ftila Sore and HceM. Skin Diat, Contagious Jllo.1 I'oiKm and nn
) a'1 . .a. I. t ... . . y
-' -..-.mil Hum ii poivinoi or impure state ol llic blood
l-tb i'j i.ic m- Dmom oi inesf? iroiitjIM litKivM furrv tran nr .11. u Ntreet. who vMnt1v fnnk u.-..
err r.M ana D'ir.s tip the Moo.1 and iKnnanently cures where mincra; l.upton The bout cbedi)ed for
r j charre for c.tfcr THC SWIFT xnrr.irm nn.. ri ahta r.- ' ,h' i rwUt to th' ' rcene
! SOME NEWSPAPER
! CHAFF. !
.It) hjK.rtBman hunting went,
With confidence sublime;
He said. Watch me. for I can bit
A bull's ,- every time."
H- :thot at rabbit and at birds
And missed but hearken now
lll bull's eye boast waa not far
He killed all and a cow.
Kansas City Times.
The local Woman's club bad offer-
-d a uilae for the t hv ...
iiicinber, on "How to Make a Hub-
Land Happy." It was a caah prlae.i "Al1 rih," nJ !" baK.
and summer expense were In thai"01'1 cr'rot b' 1 h,ve tor your
near distance, and the competition
waa large and warm.
The winning paper was Just threo
wurdjt long, and stranger even than
that. It waa submitted by a spinster
U72.C28.40 'of fifty-seven. Her dictum was mere
'I-Vwl the brute'" Upplneott's.
Dr. I). A Sargent, the director of
the Hemenway gymnasium at Har
vard, was talking about the new game
he has Invented a crom between
basketball ami football.
"Of course," ho said, "one plays It n
little awkwardly at first. Uut then,
iie plays overy now game awkward
"I once aaw two young ladles mak
iik ilielr first etaay at golf.
1 Dear me," said tho first young
ad 'What shall I do now? My ball
s III a hole.'
i ne nccona young muy took out a
xiuk of Instructions.
" Let me sco,' she said, turning tho
ki:. "I presume you must now
ake a stick of tho right shape ami
' t it out.'
'Oh. yes, of course.' said the first
ohms lad. 'So If you can find mo
Mick Hhaped like a dust pan and
"i--h "- Kaiisab City Journal.
1 1' Hornewhat grasping spirit."
n. I s. iiaior Hurrtiws. In the course
' ' 1 "l argument, "reminds me of
lad. who dropped In ti.e other day
t a r. iiniit bank. Going to the oav-
m i.-llei'it window she opened her
"i k 'book, look out a check, and
-b d It under the brass gritting,
is ihlh. please,' tihe said. Hut the
iiik i.-ller, after one glance at the
u pushi-d It back to the woman
in I can't cash It, madam,' he
"d It Isn't miod In.' 'There Is
' hiihliand'n signature on It,' the
mian Mild excitedly. 'Vi I know.'
.muted I he teller, 'but there I nn
. noun! 'Oh, never mind that,' said
i woman Impatiently. 'Give me
'iat there Is.' " Argomiat.
Two of Germantown's well known
b isIik hs men who have lieen traveling
in the smith recently arrived In one
i he hill couutle of Kentucky In
' h of pitch pine, the Philadelphia
I. mi. I relates The) had been dilv-
II " IH'i hours wilhollt i.tieollllloilnu n
hinain being. When lh. r.n... m
. ubi . r . i.... i .. i will
- - ii was
ri si ill. The hogs lay where they
hid fallen, the thin sabaek mule
Kiaxed round and 'lound in a greut
c iele. and om lean, lank man. whose
ne eoior or a .sway-
hick mule, leaned against a
t time roll b
Wonder If he can
speak?" said one traveler to ihe nth
er. "Try him." said his compannm
How do )ou do?" said the inn t In in
ei ' Howdy'" qiili-kl) r. Ill.uk. d the
!aK7 said one
." the northerner went on r,
in ih.it like b ' was ihe ati--w i i
.-l b. n- all M.iii llfi wai n i
' J Thi- cuuUie ner spit peiiMVit)
' - ' - ' ' . ', it thi
' rt . t f i u.r. Win ii t!n
m : Catarrh
C.nti','. ., !:;., p.,iv,n etc.
r.. - ;li n r.'f ;.. t , ,,,si t !;i c!imir: .tin
f.,-i;r! toe tr.;-:1 . It miiM ti t b.
mixtures anl m:n irUon that furtlie-
principal reason for its being now th.
twin ronn.-cted l'h lh- Maine Cen
tral railroad for Hbotit thirty years
:n claim agent and has had aom
inlichty funny experience. He waa a
vim. iu me .onow.ng years ago i
the nation at Waterrtlle. Maine:
I An old "hayseed" looking man
I walked up to the lunch counter, seat-
""" "-". uriam
comren carpet nag on me ne atooi.
Mi partook of a hearty lunch. He
'm'i 0m ,M,n " " Wll to
tt,,e 001 ,,w Brice 01 bta ,BBC,, 60
cnts, arm was surpmed wbn tn
VOlinc man said'
"Not any change, sir; your carpet-
bag occupied a seat and we must col -
lect for th,t "
The old man looked daaed
Htcond OB,y- nd lhm repllsxl:
ii i nun juu niinu ua.v ...
Quicker than a flash he threw in a
in ihf ilu-t. Not ..It.' he aaM.
mince pie. a plate of doughnuts and If you don't care to send a val
several sandwiches, and departed entlnn send a handsome souvenir
amid the shouts of ever)' one In the postal. It's pleasant to be reinem-
station. Iloston Herald
A story Is told of a certain candi
date: who was defeated for the nomi
nation at the first primary. Ho is not
tho best penman and nls chirograph:
bulonst) to the Horace Greeley school,
lie had occasion to write a confUltn-
letter to a friend In St. Peters-
burg and later called upon him to see
If he had executed his desires.
Did you get my letter? Could ym.itut ,he olghty-sevcnth anniversary of
road H7 was ins greeting.
"I got it all right." replied the man.
"and didn't have any trouble with any
of it except the postscript. That stuck
mo. Showed It to oferybody in town
uiey an reau me iei-
tor. but fell down on the potscrlpt.'
"Great guns," ho gasped, "the post
script says. 'Don't
this letter!" St.
let anybody see
r- 7i 7. . ..
Common Colds are the Cause of Many
Physicians who have gained a na
tional reputation as analysts of the
cause of varloiiH diseases, claim that
If catching cold could be avoided a
long list of danuerous ailments would
never be heard of. Kvery one knows
that pneumonia and consumption or
iginate from a cold, and chronic ca
tarrh, bronchitis, and all throat and
lung trouble are aggravated and ren-
dered more serious hv naeh freh at.
tack. Do not risk your life or take
chances when oii have a cold. Chain -
borlain's Cough Remedy will cure It
w.u.ir mi'wj .i.n.-itBucl uvtutup. I Ills
remedy contains no opium, morphine
or other harmful urug and has thlr
t) years of reputation back of It, gain
ed by Its cures under overy condition.
For sale by F. J. Rnmsoy. W. 11.
Frame, Aidmoro Drug Co., Homier
Dig Chorus for Endeavor Convention,
i .r.lmorelte Special.
Seattle, Wash.. Feb. 15. At a me t.
log of local musician toda pians
were completed for a choir of 2.000
voice which will render the musical
program planned for the twenty -third
unnual convention of the Internation
al Christian Rndeavor society, which
meet!i In Seattle next July. The train-
iing of the big choir will begin next
Monday under lie direction of Pro
f""",r jRm '""'"n Howe,
"in vuuuui-i iup iiiiiBic or ine coll-
vein Ion. A rendition of "The KHJah"
will be the greatest of the musical
events of the meeting.
was rlosed somi
pSpet:i 111. ,H!I
laK ago. the news
.ii t In' him "
John Deere, Velie and
i ati Kll Tims ..r M .ntti'i I'siraenH
CORHN a FRENSLEV
Denver Eaglet F.ght Matmee
( 1' The tnn
a biff ihow In thlr
hall that evening and confidently ex -
iet to brine; out tome new champa
of the atl ot oung Corbet t and oth-
t puits mho have mau'e Colorado
famotia. The main event will be a
tn round bout between Kid Freder -
Icka and Kid Riley, which la expected
be a hummer. Freeilrlcka nan
made a food reputation In the eaat.
while Riley turn been puttlnj u, some
miff fights around Salt Ikc and lb.
p.rlflr rt.7 7.Li ... .!
... !,t: S"er1 ' mjBd
l'rellm,,lar'" "are been irrangxl.
', ,ne contestant Including lac': Lavlg-
w and Kid Stonestreet. Young J.rk
O'DrlM and Fighting MeCar' Kid
v'" J ' ' ,
?T '"d )T '
KelIe 9pUl lilereit alUchet to
1 1. V.... I. . i . ...
" 'w n.i sion
of the encounter. S.oec'aton derlare
that the boy did tayt 'at :.nj fu
tlous ml I Una; In 'he two round than
was ever before f-en In a tlx icmnd
bitIe , th, e,,.
Jockey Fred Maynjirl. the well
l. nown flxht protn-,f -. ia in chua of
ti night's event m.1 prnmlsct the bent
Colorado talent show eve- put on la
Irer. It Is more than postlblc
,., , new flghDlt wonder m,y
brought out. h- it wa in similar hi.
w,,OB. , ,hu cty ,nat vb AUe1
young Corbett, Kid Parker, young 1-
,er jackwM ,nd otb f,mou, ,cr,p.
pm first won their pugilistic spurs.
La GrPPe and Pneumonia.
' anu rar cure ia
'rv u aim prerenia neiimo-
hlft ltaflMfA, nnv lo 1 1 f Vw. ln I
the yellow package. Hoffman Drug
1 Co., ami City Drug Store.
a' Lanrant. the maielan,
again next Monday.
Get my prices on building blocks of
all dealana. Phone nsn. t w pi.i,i.
here.! anyway. We have Itoth volen
tines and iioatals In great variety.
10 F. J. RASISBV, Druggist.
Susan B. Anthony Memorial.
Ardmorelto Special. ,
Chicago, III., Feb. 15. The dele-,
gates to the National American Worn.
an Sinta-t. aHW)Ciatoii will hold .i
Kro(,t ,, .c.,nB. i . t-np ....
building tonight, the occasion mark-
,he 0rth of ,IlP ,ate SlIan j, Amm
,-. musical program has been '
prepared and tribute to the menmrv
of the gr(,at womn guffrnKe Ipail,.r
wHI be p,,,, ,,y 10 Hcv Jenkn , ,oy(,
Jone- editor of Unity. Fannie liar-
rinr Williams, Kmlly Howland and
other distinguished men and women.
Today's session of the convention wu.s
aoy0l0lJ to tIle consldeiatlon of the
rejiorts of the state president-, the
editor of the offlcla organ, th.- uea:.-
urer and tho national executm com-
Susan Ilrownill Atitli.-.i inn
In South Adams. Muh. . .m I'lbma1
1.7. 1820. and for tnunv w it-, wi
president of the N.-nlonal e
Woman Suffrage nssoclatlon Sin
retired from that pr-dtlou i m " . a .
ago. when' her blrthdi w.i
Drn,e'1 wl"' t""08' I "'
b M i.:,
a t. ti,
stratlon In Wnshlnglon Sli.i
y died March 13 of !a.-i -.n
flrBt ,mbllc mB, ,.,, tt f,
iterance advocate in IS47 In i"a
she wan a delegate to th,. lot, . ,
tlonal Council of Woui. n at I.ni.d
her speech on 'hut occasion inai .
Cally ckxlng her public can.
I'I1M of people have Pile-, Wh
suffer from piles when u can
Salve and gel i.-ll.-f.
man Drug t'oinii.nn
C. P. HALL
The Home Furnisher
J,'ow nml ,""d hand good, of nil
k,m,B from oM hmlv a guaranteed
quarter-sawed oak parlor still, bought,
sold, repulred, rented and exchanged
from 10 to 25 per cent cheaper than
The largest building ami the lowst
Cash or on oasy Installment pay
inents lo rich and poor alike. Hirgcat
stock. Lota of curios, old relics. No
dead boats, no rents to pay. Live and
let live price and killer of high
prices. Phono 360 or call nt 325, Cauda
street and 3rd avenue, northeast, j
Threo blocks from the Wlilttlngton
Hotel. Seo the Toxas sign actons I
tho htrect !
Will bo glad to seo you whether '
yon trade or not.
Yours for best wishes during 1907
C. P. HALL
ORGANIZING NEW COUNTIES.
Itinerary ef Hon. T. B. D. Frear who
It Oraanlilna New Countlet.
j b,.iow IubBtted lae lunwary ot
I Hon. T. li. D. Frear of Vlnlta. who la
rprwntlng the atate committee In
ornaniiinp; the new countlea furmed
In the new state:
j Pltubunr county. South McAleater.
! Feb. IS.
Atoka county. Atoka, Feb. 13.
Coal county, Lehigh, Feb. 19.
ItJtilotoc coonty, Ada, Feb. SO.
Murray cotinty, Sulphur, Feb. 21.
Jnknaton county, Tishomingo, Feb.
Carter county, Ardmore, rb. S3.
1jve county. Marietta, Fab. St.
Oarrlfi county, Pauls Valley, Fob.
MetJiin county, Pareell, Feb. 17.
Grady county, Chlckasha, Feb. SS.
Stephens county, Duncan, March 1.
Jefferson county. Ryan, March S.
Marshall county Madlll, March 4.
Bryan county, Durant, March S.
McCurutn county, Idabel, March C.
Choctaw county, Hugo, March 7.
Pushmataha county, Antlers, March j
Latimer county Wllburton, March
L Flore county, Poteau, March 11.
Haskell county, Stigler, March II.
Sequoyah county, Salllsaw, March
Mcintosh county, Kufaula, .Mar.'i
IawDee county, Pawnee. March. 1).
Payne county, Stillwater, March 19
Osage county, Panhuska, March !0
Kay county, Newklrk, March SI.
Noble county. Perry, March 32.
Garfield county. Enid, March 23
Grant cotinty. Pond Creek, Maron
Alfalfa county, Cherokee, March :'7
Woods county, Alva, March 2S.
Woodward county. Woodward,
Bills county. Grand, March 30.
Roger Mills county, Cheyenno,
Reckham county, Sayre. April 2.
Custer county, Arapahoe April 3.
Washita county Cord el I, April 4.
Dewey county, Taloga, Aoril 6.
lllalne county, Watonga. April 8.
Kingfiuher cotinty. Kingfisher,
Logan cotinty, Guthrie, April 10.
Lincoln county, Chandler, April 11.
Pottawatomie county, Tecuir.sch.
Cleveland county, Norman, Mar. 13.
i.omanclio county, Lawton, April
Jackutin county, Altus, April 17.
Kiowa county, Hobart, April IS.
Greer county, Mangum, April 19.
Caddo county, Anadarko, April 20.
Canadian county. El Reno. April 22.
Majors county, Falrvlow, April 23
uniy. UKianoma City,
' Pf ""
ni.ui. . . . .
One of the Most Thoroughly Equipped Inititutions in the
Southwest! EjlclMlyeuuIni,...! forth tri-Ktmunt of .urBlcal ca.e na
,,.,...,i,,v n. . . t . u " "''eje.lul iiperailiin tors i.erl. of yearn TBhr.."m
otpbciauydv.dforcaroof.tiB.lck, Mont esperlenced u.l uc-celu uurie.
DRS. VON KELLER, HARDY a HENRY, Proprietors
Hauins practically closed out our Hardware
business, we are now devoting otirtifeTlme'
to Plumbing and Tin WorK. We can do your
worK better and moire promptly.
Phone and a representative will call and sub
mit estimates. Out of town orders solicited.
Practical Tinners and Plumbers. So. Washington
THE DISTRICT COURT
S74C John Price and Charles Price
lsrceny and receiving stolon property.
C7I8 T. J. Ward, disposing liquor.
67SO J. C. Johnson, disposing llij.
73 W. A. Watts and John Watts,
Conlaw West, disposing 1!j.
Andy Davis, disposing liquor.
T. N. Oarrlsun, disposing llq.
T. .V. Garrison, disposing llq.
T. X. Garrison, disposing llq.
Dnc Rose, disposing liquor.
Vlrgllo Weinberg, disposing
6768 Tuck Roberts, disposing murt
5796 Grant Armstrong and Lewis
Armstrong, disturbing peace,
4797 Wes Philips, disturbing peace,
E774 Wm. Allen, aggravated as
sault. February 19,
6777 Chu.ies Vornon, aggravated
6779 Lob Nolghbors and Deo Spain
C7S0 J. C. Johnson, gaming.
57S6 W. A. Watts weapon.
5788 Arthur Arlington, weapon.
5789 Arthur Arlington, weapon.
5790 Arthur Arlington, weapon. "
5798 Arthur Lanham and Will Lan
ham, disturbing peace.
6800 Mack Price and George Tate,
5771 Oscar Grey, disposing tnort
5773 Clifford Harnett, destroying
5801 Satidy KlUott. disturbing tho
Sandy Kllott, disturbing tho
C. J. McCoy, Introducing.
.1. T Alvorson, trespass.
J. L Arnold, perjury.
For prompt sanitary servlco of am-
kind, phono C10. 2"-lm
Our valontlno display includes
some of the most beautiful of this
year's deidgns. He suro and see It
before tho best things are -o!d. All
prices from 2c to $6.00.
10 F. J. RAMSKV. Druggist.
The Greenville man who got a life
sentence for Mealing five pounds of
beef doesn't believe tnat the govern
'nvn ' making much headway In its
fight ngalnsi the meat trust