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EDWARD RINES, President.
' A. 0. RISKiR, W, H LAWRENCE, Caahior.
Et' Fl IUNE8, V-FrrfMte, CHESTER JOHNSON, Aat. Cahr
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Capital - - $100,000
Stockholders Liability 200,000
Courteous and Fair Treatment
Guaranteed to All.
We Solicit Your Business.
The Daily News.
)cal Doings j
Oxidino at Shannons'. 288-tf
Ono way to find a woman out
is to call when she isn't in.
It is impossible to cultivate
some men without irrigation.
Shannon sella all colio reme
Miss Raohel Hoilbron is quito
aiok with fever.
M. S. Blackburn was in the
oity today from Nida.
Attorney Ruppoleo of Caddo
was in the city yesterday.
NoithrJoToe not skill en'tarn
the current of a woman's will.
Tangle foot fly paper at '0. 1
Men love women less than they
love to have women love them.
Buggy and wagon paints at O.
L. Shannon's. 251-tf
"When a girl seta "nor cap she
might just as well set it for a
Just-received at 0. L. Shan
non's an elegant lino TOILET
SOAPS, assorted odors, 25o a
The man who attends striotly
to his own business has little
Goo. Mason, haspurohasedthe
residont property of Q. A, Proc
tor of northwest Durant.
High-grade teas and coffee
Chase & Sanborn goods -at W. L.
Harris.' None any bettor fow
so good. I d tf
The smartest man is often a
wax dummy in the hands of a
and-you will lire longor, feel bet
tor, look bettor and smell better.
About tho prettiest lino eror son
In tho city is horo in tho various
qualities, sizes ai.u ilncos.
If tho hair needs "currying," wo
have tho very "Instruments" in
tho way of combs, fine or coarso;
whisk brooms, too.
Yours for Cleanliness, .
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The. gubernatorial election is
on in tho Chiokasaw Nation today.
Maybo politics are hot.
Coaoh Excursions to St. Louis
511.80 via Frisco. Tiokots on
sale Aug. 6th, lfjth, 20th, 20th
and Sept 3rd. Good seven days
from dalo of salo. 305-tf
Love makes the world go 'round
but it won't always bring the
girls further around.
SeoStegor for paint, led and
linseed oil. Everything in paint
line. Lowest price.
Few baoheleVs are oapable of
holding a girl baby until she gets
beyond the age of sixteen.
"I had diabcits 'in its worst
form" writes Mai ion lee of Dun
reath, Ind. "I tried eight physi
cians without relief. Only three
bottles of Folty's Kidney Cure
made, me a new mau. Sold by
Eastern capitalists have leased
traots of land near Atoka and
will begin boring and digging for
oil and asphalt.
Go io Steger for lumber,
shingles, lime of all kinds. Ihe
"Our Flag," tho beat fl.uron
tho market, every Book guaran
teed. W. L. Harris till it 102-tf
The Muskogee Times reports
an epidemic of summer complaint
among infants of Muskogee.
Many doaths have r suited.
Take Katy and a plunge in tho
gulf Galveston and return
S16.35. Tickets on salo Tuesday
and Thursday of eaoh week in
July and August. Final limit 60
The queer thing about the
clothes women wear in summer
is you have a feeling if they
won't be bashful about them you
Biggest and best stook of build
ing materials in the Indian Terri
tory. Eery thing you need at
the lowest price. Sieger Lum
ber Co. 33-w-4t'
Quick Relief For Asthma
Foley's Honey and Tar affords
immediate ef ta asthma suffer
ers in the wors. stages and if taken
iu time will effect a cure.
"If there is any one enterprise
on earth that a 'quitter' should
leavo severely alono it is adver
tising. To make a suooessof ad
vertising ho must stick to it iko
barnacles to a boats bottom,"
says John Wanamakor.
J. F. Peok of Sherman, Tex.,
was here toilay on business.
A. A. Rookwoll mado a busi
ness trip to Caddo last evening.
C. Unger, 211 Maple St. Cham
pagne 111., writes. "I was truub
led wlh a li c'-'ng cough for a
year 0 id I bought I hnd con
sumption. I tried a great many
reme'es t'nd was under the care
0.' phyniciaus for several mouths.,
I used 6iie bottle of Foley'.i Honey
rnd Tar. It cured me and I have
not been troubled since." Sold by
O. L Shannon,
A. Harris was horo last aftef
noon from Grant. . , 7 " , '
S. B. Soratoh was1 down last
ovoniHg from Atokai ' (
Dr.. B. W. Slovor is homo from
a trip to tho Fair at St. Louis.
Chas. Woodward who has been
ill with fever is much improved;
W. C. E11U, of, Fort Worth,
Texas, is in tho oity on business.
H. N. Roberta was horo t yes
torday on business- from Colbert.
J. A. Simmons roturnod last
night from a business trip to Fort
G. W. Earthman of White
wright, Texas, is ih the' city on
Jas. Gumm, of Ravenna, Tex.,
is in the oity the guest of his sons
Ed arid John Gumm.
J. B. Clayton and W. R. Drum
mond are putting in a photo
graph gallory at Hugo.
G. F. Harris and Dr. Jas. L.
Shulor left today for St. Louis to
attond the World's Fair.
Mrs,. Joo Street loft today for
South MoAlestor to spend a fow
days with Mrs. T. E. Burns.
A. C. Wooten is again in the
city from Wh'tewnght, Texas,
after an absence of a month.
Rev. I. M. Carter and little sons
of Bokchito, are in the city visit
ing tho family of N. W. Carter,
M. E. Maokoy and daughter,
Miss Etholl, leave tonight for St.
Louis to witness tho World's
Harry Rutherford and sister,
Miss Annie, of Wapanuoka, are
the guests of H. L. England and
Tho Sunday sohool class of the
Christian ohureh is onjoying an
outing today on the banks of
Shookwa. ' " V ,
Judge Chas. Parker returned
laBt night from a few days busi
ness and pleasure trip to Ft.
Miss Yirgil Maokoy returned
home today from a several days
visit with friends at
rt .11 I
and Cumby, Texas.
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Call at City Drug Store, give road will bo opened up on tho
your name and di8ease,and wejsootion lino from tho Veach
will give you aSOo tiottle of plantation, two milee north of
Liauozon free of ohargo. 306-tf
Mrs. Minnie Smith and daugh
ter, Miss Theresa, of Cumby,
Texas, wero the guosts of Mrs. C.
W. Whito yestorday.
N. W. Carter, Jr., and family
left today for Bokohito to spond
tho remainder of the week with
re'ativos and friends.
Prof. G. L. Harshaw of Har
shaw'u Business 'Collogo and Lit
erary Academy, Denison, Texan,
was in tho oity today in tho in
terest of hie college.
dinners and Cotton Buyers,
Wo oarry in stook Gin Books,
Cotton Reoords, Tiokots, Soalo
Books and Standard Cotton and
Grain Calou'.ators. MoNaugh
ton's Book Store, Durant, I. T.
A message from Hartshorno
Btates that J. A. Stallings, son-in-law
of Rev. A. Frank Rosj,
is in a preoarious condition with
typhoid fever and is not expected
live. Mrs. Ross left today for
that plaoe, whilo Sam Ross has
been, there for soveral days.
Sound kidneys are. safeguards of
life. Make the kidneys healthy
with Foley's Kidney Cure. Sol-i
by O. L. Shannpn.
Geo. Young abducted the
twolvo-yvr-old girl of Jno. Halt,
a farmer iioar Kiowa Sunday,
and took her to Greenville, Tex
as. Young is in jail and tho girl
ia back homo. No oause oan bo
assigned for the, kidnapping,
Muskogee will turn Ioobo 3,000
carrier pigeons on Aug. 17. Tho
birds will go to' the World's Fair
grounds at St. Louis, 500 miles
'irork on tho high sohool build
ing;) is going forward with a rush.
WILL FIX ROADS
D,urnt Preoinot'of Good Roads
"2 Association Vill Make Bet
tor Roads arid 'Bridges.
YtPRK HAS ' ALREADY
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tfo'arjy Ttiro Hundred Dollars and
Many Days Lf.bor Subsorlb-
to tho Cause Much
Tho Durant prooinot
Good Roads Association is got
ting a whirlwind move
and is making a doublo-barrolled
effort toward improving tho roads
and bridges in this precinct.
Although it has only boon twon-ty-four
hours since tho associa
tion was permanently organized
hero yestorday, nearly $200 and
many days of labor has been
ujbaoribed to tho oauso, and tho
movement has begun, in its in
fancy, so to speak. It is tho in
tention to raiso at least $500 in
mbnoy and two hundred days of
labor more if possiblo which
witi ba oxponded on making bet
ter; roads and bridges in tho Du
6oad Commissioner W. T.
Whitlatoh of tho-Durant precinct,
is t)usy now making out his slate
of road overseers and will an
noUnoe them in a fow days.
These overseers will be re
quested, immediately upon ap
pointment, to get down to active
work at onoe as no timo must be
lost in eettine tho roads and
bridges in good shape for fall
Somd of the work of tho Durant
procinot -has- -alr-ea&y-
planned. The bridgo hoross Blue
river, oast of Durant. will bo
given prompt attention this woe-.
I.IOV VtlO KLlAtJ UU1UOD
tho bridgo aoross Rack
, i iranlr. on thn Monri rnnri alon n
W.VW, w. W..W .w. W, -.WW Mi
culvert on tho Mead road. A
town, to a point north of Blue
river. Next will come the work
of fixing tho roads nnd bridges
of all tho roads leading into and
out of Durant. Nothing will bo
left undono to make good roads
for tho farmers to travel.
Tho people of tho Durant' pro
oinot, tho businoss men as well as
the farmers, are awakening up to
this all-important movomont, and
if the othor thirteen preoinets of
the Twenty-fifth Recording Dis
trict will follow in tho wake thero
will bo a wonderful work done
along this lino and this distWot
will have, in a short time, tho
very best roads in Indian Terri
tory. The farmers and business
men must harmonize in this
movemont, as good roads aro as
benoffoial to the farmors as tho
businoss men. A little money, a
littlo labor and a little energy,
judioiously applied, will do the
work. Let the pooplo got to
gether and then to work. Do it
Notice of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that I
will, on the 13th day of Septem
ber, 1904, between the hours of 9
o'olook in the foienoon and 3
o'clook in tho afternoon, in the
town of Mead in tho Central dis
trict of tho Indian Territory, ox
pose for sale and sell at publlo
auotion, to tho highest and best
bidder for cash, the following
desoribed propoity, to-wit; One
black pony maro about 14 hands
high, branded R.H. on the shoul
der and thigh, also ono set of
double buggy harness, tho prop
erty of Smith and Allums, cf
Tishomingo, I. T. Said property
Is Bold by vwtuo ot a certain lein
for feed and sholtor for said
Eroperty and other proporty left
y Smith and Allums but subae
quently takon away.
E Q. Franklin.
First pub. Aug. 13ir.
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TO THE PEOPLE OF
BLUE COUNTY 4
AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY
r E want to thank you,
patronage that you
We assure you that we do apxifojVtho fayor? - ""?
15urFWf.Brraods have beg'vl.
Wo will have a largo stock of up to date Dry Goods and
Grooeries and will at all times give you tho vory lowest
prioes. Our motto is LOW PRICES, HONEST
WEIGHT AND KIND TREATMENT TO ONE AND
ALL. Wo aro also agents for ono of the best flouring
mills of Oklahoma. We handlo tho celebrated "Good
Luok flour." Call and see it when in Durant.
Yours For Business,
ML A. WAITS 8i CO
DURANT, INDIAN TERRITORY
To persurde you that load and oil
hand mixed ia either ohoapor, or
as good as paint mado by modern
machinery, providing pure ma
terials only aro usod.
Davis 100 Per Gent Pure Paint
Is a machine made paint and car
rios a guarantee of 100 per cent
Eurity on every can. Monoy
ack if not as represented. Can
you ask croro.
Durant Hardware & Implement
Distributors, Durant, I. T.
I Rains' Tioga
1 Mineral Water,
W. R. Collins,
v Durant, Ind. Ter.
ono and all for tho liberal
have given us in tho past.
Should bo kept on Puro Ico; then
their condition will romain un
changed and their flavor unim
paired for ar indefinite period. It
prevents waste of good food. Wo
aro prepared to supply,,,
in largo or small quantities as of
ten as required, anywhere in the
limits of tho city.
This Ico is olean, clear and solid.
ICE and LIGHT
M, P. HARALB-jN, Ma-ingor,
, Happy is tho homo that
"Our Flag" flour, Tr
with a guarantee. W.
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