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f Durant Grocery Co.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Largest Sock of Groceries
Wo buy flour, potatoes and canned goods in oar lots, and
can save you money. ' o will havo in season Rod Rust
Proof Seed Oats and Second Crop of Oklahoma and Ten
noasoo Triumph Seed Potatoes. Bo suro and plant theso
seed. Thoy are tho surest orop, best yioldors and bost
1 coporfl, and soil for morn on tho market. Wo are head
and especially nolioit your trade. Wo pay tho highest
market price for all kinds of produce. If you havo any
thing to' soil bring it to us, wo want to buy it If you need
groceries, come and see us, wo want to sell you.
Durant Grocery Company
J. A. Simmons C. J, Hardagc
North Side, East Main Street
ftto& ir vimmtor$mm9
Do Mot Neglect a Cold.
Every cold Weakens the Lungs,
system loss able to withstand
payoff tho way for mora
CAN YOU AFFORD TO
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.39 PERMANENTLY CURES I
Consumption, Cough. Colds, 9r9 Throat,
Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough,
mronohitia, riaar&anase, 9ora uunga.
EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARD'S HORK-
HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES. DOES NOT
CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY
CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUOH.
MIT. atLLIK LO0KBAK, OaMthwolto. Tok., mmy, aW
har rusd llmUrd' Ilorahematl Srrap la ror fumllr (or arfiral Tn,
nd It lwmr sItm tatUfitetUB. WhM the children ki4 Crop b4
IThooplar Oaneh It alwar UvnA ttiam at ohm, act I wool mot fe
wlUxoat It la. tkakaaM, aaltU taa BUI HJ1UICINE wa kaaw at."
Bt Ready far CklMrem.
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Notico I Uaye takon up a spaa
i blaok horses, both about tho
same ago, 8 or 9 years old,
Handed thus : Ono branded B P
en tho loft hip; the other one
leranded on the left hip. Thy
-camo to my house on New Yenrs
day. If not called for in three
months I will post them as ho
law direots. They are now in
my pasture throe miles south of
Blue, I. T. P. B. Anderson,
Blue, I. T. - 3-w3t
Tnplott will finish your ki'dak
work all O. K at his new gallery.
Mauj Good- One Best.
"So many oils and liniments are
advertised it is hard to decide
which to buy. I tried a number
before using Hunt's Lightning
Oil. After using it once, however.
I relired I had found the best there
was, and i was useless to look
further. If it fail 1 its 'all off.' No
other liniment will hit the spot if
Hunt's Lightening Oil fail.
U. G. Yaung, OUcene, O. T.
Truok growing will bo an easy
iroposmon tins spring, tor an
igroo that thoro was 'never bo-
,oro & batter season in the
II. V HIV .JJ
lowers tho Vitality and makes tho
cacn succeeding coia, unit
TAKE SUCH CHANCES?
mS I'ft fc "1
Every Kettle Cturaateed.
2Se, 0OO and 91.09.
Startling; But True.
People the world over were hor
rified on learning of the burning of
a Chicago theater iu which neany
six hu dred p ople lost their live.,
yet more than five times this uum
ber or over 3,ooo people died from
pneumonia in Chicago during tin
same tear, with s-carcely a passing
notice Every on" of the eases of
pneumon a resulted from a cold
and could have been prevented b
the timely use of Chamberlain's
Cough Rerne'y. A great main
who had every reason to fear
pneumonia have warded it off by
the prompt ue of this remtdy
The fol owing is an instnnce of
this tort: "Too muo cannot lit
said in favor of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and especially for
colds and influenza. I know that
it cured my daughter, Laura, of a
bevere cold and I believe saved h r
life when she was threatexed with
pneumonia." V. D, Wilcox,
Logan, New York. 9old by Ober
are instantly relieved, and perfect
ly healed by Cucklen's Arnica
Salve. C. Rivenbark, Jr., of Nor
folk, Va., writes; "1 burnt my
knee dreadfully; that it .blistered
all over. Buckleu's Arnica Salve'
etopp:d the pain, and healed it
without a scar," Also heals all
wounds and sotw, 25c at all drug
Afraid of Strong Medicines i
Manv people suffer fr ears
with rheumatic pun, and piefer
to no so ra'her tli.111 take UK strong
medicine- nsmi'lv nU'een for r eu-1
matistn, net k 10 ittg th.it qnck
relief from pain nia lie ha.i -.iiiii ly
by applying I'lmnberlniii' Pain
Balm and without biking any
tiled cine intern .ll. I'm tal by
Olnr h. Sh nn n.
Ardmor-J Is to h-ivn mi leo io
street, railway Th mnpitny
agrooH to havo it in o oration
within a year.
Poi on in nod.
Perhaps you don't realize that
many pain poisons ni initiate (n
your food, but nue da you mav
feci a twinge of d.pp ia that will
conviticv ou Dr K iik's Nc
"if Pil's ae guarantied to cure
all sickness due to po'sons of uti
di ested food or uione batk. 26c
at all drug store-.
Some men get to bwsuch Hlaves
to drink fiat if possible they
wou d 0 nvert their corns into
j;o cd Pat nt Lawyers. Write or como to?
j nt B05-r07, 7th St., WASHINGTON, D
A jacklnife in rhe hands of a
boy is almost as dangerous as a
jackpot in thu hands of a man.
Drug Men of Hugo Start a New
and Splendid Association.
Hugo, I. T., Fob. 13. Tho
Chootaw Association ot Retail
Druggists was organized at Hugo
with officors as follows: B. F.
Loo, president; L. C. Ruckor,
vice-president; Robert Cozad,
secretary, and G. R. Lucas,
troasuror. Thu object of tho as
sociation is to extend its member
ship to embrace ovory registered
pharmacist in Choctaw nation
with a view of placing the drug
business on a higher plane of
moral and commercial advant
ages. Last Saturday Rev. A. Frank
Ross had the pleasuro of uniting
in marriage A. B. Brown, aged
53, and Mrs. Naomia Walker,
aged 52, both ot thi city.
GORED BY BULL.
Yawng Men Thrown Down by Animal
and Horribly Hamed.
HI Paoo. FVb. 18. .At an aaaaJtrrar
bull flcJit In the Juaren trull rtnc Run
de.y afternoon, organized by a numhar
of younc Mcx! ono Rierks fnr (ha tan
ftt of charity, Refugio KftmanArc: vm
gored by a bull and may rtlo. Tha
youne man was In the art af piitUn;
tho bandarllloa In the bMjtta aheulder
wlien the horn of th bull caurht In
his clothtnsr and h wun thrown ta tnt
ground. Before h could rite or hla
colleagues could attract tha attention
of the bull away from him, tha animal
horned him through tho irroln and In
flicted a t'Trlblo wound. IT was taken
to a hospital and ttie dootora aay he
will likely Ale.
During That Time Considerable Qulok
Work Wm Done.
AuMtn. TVb. IS. 'Phr houao wa In
rMlon exactly one hour. Raturday.
During tho frtxty mlnutra ahout flfty
bills wernVlther pnicd to third rrart
Ina: or finally paaftoil. Tho ppeaker an
nounced committors to Vlalt various
Negro Catholic Church.
Dalian. FKb IS Rt. Peter million
for negroow la a new Usmm Catholic
church hiro Mnna for thn flnrt time
wna wlebrnto Sunday mornlnff In a
hall on Cochran rttrert and Control av
enrt, Pathcr Ferdinand ha bn ap
poln'ted by Bishop Dunne priest In
choirjre Land has been purcha-ted at
Allen and Coohrnn atroeU on whtch a
clviirch, rectory and srhool will In the
near future b erected.
Near Wrfttherford. Okla.. natural goa
sprlnir! are reported.
At rtrenham. Tex;. William ttuchert
mrfrliljdi by Rhontlng.
John J O'Nell, tha oil mm, Jiaa re
turned to Hoaumont.
Sylvester Scovel, the war corre
spondent, died at Havana.
Near Cement. Oklm, a foor-ft Tiln
f coal hnn been discovered,
C. V. ArmutTonaj died at Galveston
from trvjurlen cauiWl by a fall.
Thermometer registered aero at v
rat Oklahoma points on 1UK
K X). CflTmland, a wll know Taxaa
pollroad man. 41 S at aliw.'
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MCONF'DEMTIAL LETTER t.ro,ag5
W'.,"ljljgorpoti.ii' til la north money WctK
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Sffi-rlTAUILSTY. 20 years' practice. nect-B '
What would yon
give to be rid of
tli.tt sallow com
pi. ifi, those
lustrcK ss eyes?
No doubt you
v. nkl give 50
Ilvpr troubles, ltul' nation and '
lysjei sial Get t id of these
trOtlbli'S and your complexion
will,, clear up fike an April day
after a shower Take
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ImuHe f wltji lit! i nftf t tmit i y InnctWHf at
lh llvt I 1 J dlrxj iti nf t lrri p1b
rroM tsr bftk tan tlr 1 J i-v i('nff with
.! of apptiA p nrvuP'itiM Out ftmll
phritrJRn nrtt .t , ..ijf ,,vp tnMt wMk
tcrUlnly niJ n l J n i ft tti Uto lmt. t toll
Apollnn nttti rutr tut.r vnifrt lull ni
toroplvilon bn o t . t- veilow And my irnrJ
heklili worse ru')Ut, .a ioorUttif.h.iiut(
I 4alal lo T&r Onldwall h JJymp I Mis
trial tnJ mm ft el I I tIM Onft tHtilf M.I mtra
or mihau tn -1 Mir wnrtlio'fttli r r9intlt
knwionc I 1m. tn rliflil "ltu.ty t kM
Uklnelt fnr intfi" Ut v-bn I 'nnt1JrM
nriit eucnp)wit " 1 in l. litt Mi 4
mooth n n biilv m i. t '-ff In . t eat hictik
t4 irtlU, IkAakt W yum r. utxiy
Your Uonoy Rtotc
U It Coh'C Conofit You
KPSiH 8YF!? CO., KonJIcplio, Itt.
O. L. Shannon
More wild oats aro fown and
mor" tares are reaped in town than
in tho count' y.
Durant has no use for side
walks at this time. Ferry boats
could do a rushing business, how
QUICKLY 6UHE3 BY
There is no case on record of a
cold resulting in Pneumonia, or
other serious lung trouble, after
Foley's Honey and Tar had
It will cure the most obstinate
racking cough, and heals aud
strengthens the lungs.
Foley's Honey and Tar has
cured many cases of incipient
Consumption and even in the last
stages will always give comfort
Foley's Honey and Tar gives
quick relief to Asthma sufferers,
as it relieves the difficult breath
ing at once.
Remember the name Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse
substitutes that cost you the
same as the genuine. Do not take
chances with some unknown
Contains no opiates.
Curad ef Terrible Caugh en Langs.
N. Jackson ot Danville, 111., writes:
"My daughter bad a severe attack of
La Grippe and a terrible cough on her
lungs. We tried a great many remedies
without relief. She tried Foley's Honey
and Tnr.whlch cured her. She has never
been troubled with a cough since."
Foley & Co., Chicago. Dana, Ind.
Gentlemen: Foley's Honey aud Tat
cured me of Consumption after 1 had
suffered two years and was almost des
perate. Three physicians failed to give
me any relief aud the last one said he
could do me no good. I tried almost
every medlcino I heard tell of without
benefit, until Foley's Honey and Tar
was recommended to me. Its effect
right from the start was magical. I
Improved steadily from the first dose
and am now sound nnd 'Well, and think
Foley's Honey and Tar Is a God-send
to people with Throat and Lung Trou
ble, yours very truly,
MRS. MaRY AMBROSE.
Three sizes 25c, BOc, $1.00.
The 50 cent size contains two
and one-half times as much as the
small size and the 51.00 bottle al
most six times as much.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED IY
O. ' L. Shannon
Tho mattress faotory was not
hard to land. Just took a little
of that thing labeled progressive
apirit. It will be just as easy to
get that wagon faotory or that
ax handle faotory.
Muskogee in to oreot a fino
baseball "park atforice.
E E D
C?j experienced farmer
haa learned Uiat oosac
Craina require far differ
ent coil than otiiero;
come crops need dlficr
lie kr.ow3 ibat a f.rcct
dasl depends tspen ri t
planting at C.2 x'.z' -time,
and that Co tz 1
must be kept ciric.icd.
No use cf copipla-nir;
in cummer abcv.t a:T.. .
take made in the coring.
Decide before the seed
JJ& best time to reme
dy wasting condition1 in
the human body is be
fore the' evil is too deep
rooted. At the first evi
dence of loss of flcah
ohould be taken imme
diately. There ia noth
ing that will repair
wasted tissue more
quickly or replace lost
flesh more abundantly
than Scott'3 Emulsion.
It nourishes and builds
up the body when ordi
nary foods absolutely
Yfetvl'AstnJ'joa a ssnple fret.
Bo sure that this
jncturo m the form
of n labol It on the
wrapper of every
boltlo of Emulsion
408 I -Ml Street
MLW Y V r
art t I ,
A few counterfeiters have lately
been making and trying to sell
imitation, of Dr Kind's New Dis
covery for cokumption coughs
j and cods w at her medicines,
Smtkereb defrauding the public.
1 His lk 10 wniB juu i ucnui
such people, who seek to profit,
thtoujjh stealing the reputation of
remedies whtch hnve been succesu
fully curin die ses for over 35
ears A sure protection to you
is our name on the wrapper Look
for it, on al Dr King's or Buck
lens lemedie. ns all others are
mere imitntions H E Bucklen
& Co , Chicago 111. an Windsor.
( anada. All druggists.
The Ari our Packine company
wilt move ts distributing offioe
from Oklahoma City to Muakgee.
Every buBinoss man and prop
erty owner in Durant are pleased
to loam that the city counoil ia
taking steps to improvo the ser
vioe of the fire department with a
view of Boouring a dcoided re
duction on insurance. It means
money saved nn insuranoo and
property proteoted from the fire
demon. Hasten tho work.
It must be awful to live in a
new State and have to wait twenty-one
yearB for a eti ulant.
A Thousand Dolb rs Thrown
Mr. W. W. Baker of Plainview,
Neb., writos: "My wife had lung
trouble f roverfi teen years. W
t iea a nunmer ot aoci'TH anai ts
spent over a thousand dollars phur journal was elected seor
without any relief. She was very tary of 1 ho association, to succeed
low nnd I lost all hope, vOien a j. y. Whitmoro, resigned.
litiiu ouk1 "" u J '(- WJ " I
noney u.' u xar, wmuii 1 uiuj unu
thank? be to this gr at remedy
it saved her life. She is stronger
and enjoys better health than she
has ever known in ten years. We
shall never be without Foley's
Honey and Tar nnd would nsk
those affliotod to try it." For
sale by O. L" Shannon.
Muskogee will put a viaduct
across tho Katy railtond in that
town at a cost of $33,000.
Grave Trouble Foreseen.
It needs but little fores'ght to
tell that when jottr stomach ni
liver are badly affected, crave
trouble is ahead, unless vu taka
the proper medicin for your dis
ease, as Mrs. Joh A. Young, f
Clay, N Y. did. She says: "I
had neuralgia of the , liver and
stomach, m heart was weakened
and I could not eat. I was ery
bad for a long time, but in Electric
Bitters, I found just what I needei
lor they quickly relieved and cured
me." Best medicine for weak
ttornen. Sold under guarantee by
all druggists, at 5o: a bottle.
THREE PAST ZERO
The Tougho t Blizzard Since 1800
Visits This 8eotion and
CauseB Much Suffering.
Local Tr-iiffio and Business AL
most at a Standstill-A Strong
Wind Rage for Twenty
A blizzard, bringing the colo
ost weather in Bir yearB, stiuok
this Boction of tho Indian Tonito
ry 8aturday night and haa beop
raging in great force for morp
than twenty-four houra. Th0
tompirature went down to zer
yesterday morning and to thteb
btlow zero thiH morning. It ft
tho coldest and toughest siogp
since February 11 and 12, 180ft.
six years ago. Looal tr..ffio an
business is almost at a standstill
The blizzard ia generally ovefc
tho Indian Territory and oxtendh
way into Texas. It is reported
that there is muoh suff.ring
among the poor prople, especially
thos in tho country, but no
deaths havo been reported.
Stofkraen report intonse Buffer
ing among range cattle. It 1
pfltin ated that the loss of oattlb
will be nt leapt 25 per cent, qui
a number of deaths being report
ed among tho impoverished calve!s
In dklahoma tho weather ts
reported as being t om five to teh
degrees below zoro, and suffort
ing and death has been the re
sult. Great imxiety is Mfc for
numero'18 Indian tribes whosp
membo' a are known to be in np
conditon to withstand the severity
of thia storm. Especially is thte
so of the Sao and Fox, Euohqo
and s ne of the Osage, ChejS
enue 1 nd Arapaho tribes. The
In ins of tho Sao and Fox,
Choyenne and Arapaho tribe
are subjoot to pneumonia arte
experts say that dozens of thoc
will die as a result of this blfd
TERRITORY PRESS DATES.
Arrangements Made For Meeting at
Sulphur May ( 19-28.
Muskogee, I. T., Feb. 13. Tle
executive committee of Indiap
Territory Press Association mot
here last week and arranged a
program for the mooting to 0jd
held at Sulphur, I. T., May 9
and 20, 1005. On adoount of tKo
National Press Asaooiation con
vention, to be hold nt Guthrie
June 2, 3 and 4, and the bankeii
convention, May 17 anil 18, tfja
above dates for Indian Territory
Pr ss Association woie ugrooa
Frank M. Dunham of tho Sii-
Hon. R. L. Williams is homo
from Washington, whoro ho hs
been for sevoral days in the in
terest of statehood for tho IndiaSi
Territory. Mr. Williams is of tlUo
opinion that there will bo tip
statehood legislation at this ses
sion of Congress.
Rev. A. Frank Ross, J. "$.
Houohin, Sam. W. Hampton ai$
Jas. K. Armstrong havo departed
for Fort Worth, Texas, to attend
tho Stato Convention of tffe
Fat mora' Union which convonB
A oouplo of loads of Irieh po
tatoes arrivod Saturday and were
today distributed among tlte
farmers of this section. Tne
produoors will now got busy pitV
ting them in tho ground.
Marriage lioenso were issued
Saturday at Shormah, Toxap, n
S. B. Weot and Miss Ettie FrV
of Albany. .
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