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FefcilsfcaA Erarr Aftaraooa (u4il apta4) Ml Boadaj Moralac. COM of pbl(eUofi, Opart S ir t-- tsU,Tm4t a tha Fostofflo at Artwora u . .i4 elaas mil luSMr, Mor. M. tJTXBKOaUPTIOH BATES. (. froat (UTMl tmznh ksssil crt o? iisssii 'A3XB THB CHICKASAW NATION. ; .'r t . CITY OIKBCTOBT. ; W.T. Gardaar If lk Sonata. A. Bddleaua, LM CrtM. UJ. C-tsrM". J. B. PaDBintfton. A. M. Butt v arcf A. YouatfbkMrt aad I. Carr. c; crk .. . j r;i, if f PaiirxL ... A. a. roiUiiE, iMMor ul Collector. W. Bnhcru. City Twturtr..... . Bd 8 audita. J. L. Oalt. v A iMhAP. Poiic joas. Btreet OommtsaLaaar. OUT Pbratclaa Ii. W. afoSatt. city Eorinaer W. H. Johnston. SCBOOb BOaBD. H. O. Potterf, J. W. Banks. O. H. Brnoe, r -1 a rw rv TV fiartar. Cblaf of Fire Department Horace Kendall. - TIME TABLE. If. Calaraa mm Saata Pa KaUwar BOfTH-BODaD. . . . rlkMA linNm B:Bs a. Ba. Gleborae and Kanaaa City Kxpreea. 5:07 p. a. : S 4 f Mtn-MOIt. Olattaraa and Kanaaa City Kxpremm.il -M a. aa. B. Emu. General Paaeencer cent. C:i lit U:t C:s?sacs Ti!c;.::t J . :: AND calx, tjt :; 7 S Phone No. 5, i 5 If you want the Abdxobbitb. ABDMOBB, MOJfDAT, OCT. 15 i The injection of cot take. ejection did After all CaDtain Jack Ellis will ejecfhimself today and busi ness in Ardmore is undisturbed. To make Ardmore a good town to live in. a genuine order for weed cutting will prove beneficial There are some dangerous boles in various crossings on our public streets which should be looked after. ALEXANDER JESTER. WbO Was recently acquitted of the charge o murdering Gates, is about to make a tour of Kansas with a lecture on his trial for the alleged crime. ' It is understood that the final disposition of silver, some $275, 000 in amount, taken by the American marines at the capture of Tien Tsin, will be determined by congress. Attorney Davis of Gainesville . has issued a statement, which wil be found in this issue. As the attorney for the Business Men's League here, it deals with facts highly important to our people at this time and will no doubt prove interesting reading. All. the powers have responded to the French proposals regarding China except Japan. Japan's failure to reply thereto is attrib uted to a ministerial crises there, but there is reason to believe that her answer, which is expected later, will be most satisfactory. On the first day of registration in Chicago 250,000 otersput their names on the lists. The total reg istration is expected to fall short of the figures of 1896. The dem ocrats believe that the falling off in the registration indicates a loss to the republican vote of that city Bitter fighting does not necesearl ly mean personal abuse or unsavory remarks. Keep your temper. Work for your party and stand by year convictions work all night and talk all day if yoa find it essential to yoor success. It will irritate yon and cause Dyspepsia, bnt you can find relief for that in Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which is guaranteed by W. B. Frame, Ardmore, Davis ana uakiand. Spider's Bite Proves Fatal. Atoka, I. T., Oct. 14. About a week ago O. N. Jones, a laborer in the employ of the Katy rail ! way, was, bitten by a spider. He left home this evening on the Le high train to go to the hospital at Sedalia, Mo., but died before reaching that - place. His body was carried back to Lehigh, where his people live. Coistlpatlon is the rock that wrecks many lives; it poisons the very life-blood. Regulation can be "established through the use of Prickly Ash Sitters. It is mildly cathartic and strengthens the stom ach, liver and kidneys. DenJsonlaa's See a Meteor. Denison, Tex., Oct. 14. A very brilliant meteor was seen in the northern heavens tonight at 8:52. It pafised across the sky-from the northeast to the southwest, illumi nating hefjky and: makingjight enough to read a newspaper. It was brilliant for about twenty see on, passing out of sight in the Bouiiswest, . - Cfelckasaw Nation Affairs. Denison, Tex., Oct. 14.-rGov. D. H. Johnston of the Chickasaw nation came down from Tisho mingo this afternoon. He was asked as to the work of the Chickasaw egislatore. v" "The legislature is still in ses sion, and Has some important, dus- iness yet ahead of it. No impor tant legislation has been passed yet. W. T. Ward's appointment as treasurer of the Chickasaw na tion was approved last week." 'What about the incompetent f nnd of $272,000 that is due the Chickasaw nation, or the incompe tents of the nation t" 'That fund is still in the United States subtreasury. The time limit set by the United States govern ment in which incompetents shall file their claims for a share of this fund, and prove them, is fixed at Nov. 31. If no claims are proved by that time, then all the fund will will be paid out to all the Chicka saw citizens per capita, bnt if any of the claims are filed and proved by that time the incompetents will be paid out per capita to all the ChickasawaT" - There are thousands of people suf fering untold tortures from piles because of the popular impression that tbey canoet be cured. Tabler's Bnckeye Pile Ointment will enre them and the patient will remain cured. Price 60 cents in bottles, 75 cent in tubes, at City Drug Store. Indemnity to Italians. Washington, Oct. 13. The pres ident will recommend to congress the payment of an indemnity to the families of the four Italians who were victims of a mob at Tal- lulah. La., about two years ago A report from a special agent o: the department of justice clearly establishes the fact that the men were killed by a mob snd tha none of the perpetrators of the crime were ever punished by the state authorities, notwithstanding the representations of the Italian government. The governor of tiie state of Louisiana caused an invt-s tigation to be made and there were some proceedings before a grand jury, but the result was that the national government found itself bound to make some sort of a rep aration in answer to the Italian government's representations, and this will take the form of an in aemuity tor eacn of the persons killed who were Italian citizens at the time of their death. Feeling of safety pervades the household that uses One Minute' Oongh ' Cure, the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. It is infallible for congbs cold, croup and all throat and long troubles. It will prevent consump tion. City Drag 8tore, W. B. Frame proprietor. in tne matter of surveying ex terior limits of Choctaw and Chick asaw cowns tne Indians are again in position to observe the truth of George Vest's statement in the senate when he said: . The United States does not regard a treaty made with the Indians inviolable on the part of the ' government.' The Atoka agreement is violated every day that an exterior survey ing corps is at work in either o: the two nations. -Muskogee Times Prickly Ash Bitters cures diseases of the kidneys, cleanses and strengthens the liver, stomach and bowels. Destructive Fire at Temple. Temple, Tex., Oct. 14 Fire this afternoon destroyed the large lumber yards and vehicle house of the Campbell Lumber company. Loss, $30,000; partially covered by insurance. The Jones hotel was totally destroyed. Loss, $6,500; insurance, $2,000. The residence of L. M. Chatten was totally de stroyed, with contents. Loss, $5,000; fully insured. The Mon trose Lumber company's plant was damaged slightly. i Ta First Voters. You are a young man casting your first ballot. We congratulate von We also call your 'attention to Dr. uaiaweira syrup repsin for con stipation, indigestion, sick headache and stomach trouble. At W. B. Frame's, Ardmore, Davis and Oak land. Deputy narshal Killed. Uuthne, Okla., October 14. Thomas Taylor, one of the oldest and best known deputy marshals in Oklahoma, was shot and killed by a desperado whom he had ar rested in the Osage nation, at Pawnee this afternoon. The mur derer was recaptured. A "stitch In time saves nine," and a dose of Ballard's Horenound Syrup at the beginning of cold will save yoa many weary boars and even days of distressing and barrassing conga. Price 25 and 60 cents at City Drag Store. ' New Postmasters. The following changes of fourth class postmasters have be? n made in the Indian Territory: Atlee, Chickasaw n&tion, J . W, Beard, vice T. B. McCall, resign ed; , Pratrehawe, Choctaw nation. M. E. Cagle, vice J. F. Bridges, resigned; Eegal, Choctaw nation, J. D. Grubs, vice J. P. GUlis, re signed; Oakman, Chickasaw na tion, B. L. Bomser, vice J. T..Mc- Mahan, resigned, Stone Bluff, Creek nation, W. W. McKay, vice R. W. Heard, resigned; Troy. Chickasaw nation. W. .William son, vick J.F.Alexander, resigned. Dizziness, spells of blindness, headache and sour stomach are caused by torpid liver and consti pated bowels. Prickly Ash Bitters removes the cause of the trouble and puts the system In perfect order. Jackson Battiest, a Choctaw In dian. died near Antlers Wednes day, aged. 98 years. He was a man well known among his people, his advice being sought after by many, and was one of the original Six Town Indians, a clan among the Choctaws who lived in six little villages back in Mississippi and wore the bridle, or black line, tat tooed with gunpowder from the corners of the mouth down under the jaw hlf way to the ears, that distinguishes the members of this clan. Neoqa, 111., Oct. 14, '99 Pepsin Syrup Co., Monticello, 111. Gentlemen: I feel it my dnty to express to yon my gratitnde for what ycur wonderful remedy has dope for me. I was completely run down with a complication of stomach dis orders. For ten months I could not work and was treated by three emi nent physicians. One insisted upon operating on me, declaring nothing short of an operation for appendici tie would enre me. A friend induced me to try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and from the first dose I be gan to improve and have not bad any tronble since. I have gained 25 pounds in weight and am enjoying in 3 very best of health. I never ft 'J to say a good word for Dr. Cald we'1'8 Syrnp Pepsin, for I know wt at it has done for me it will do for others. Gratefully yours, Charles Cubby Fold by W. B. Frame, Ardmore Davis and Oakland. Did your ever notice the soft pleading voice women use over the telephone? And did you ever compare It rith the voice they use around the home? This isftbe season when mothers are alarmed on acconnt of croup. is quickly cured by Oce Minute Congh Care, which children like to take. City Drug Store, W. B. Frame proprietor. The atmosphere is so qfcearinZuln land that it is said objects ' can be seen by starlight at a distance of seven miles. In anaemia and most women's ail ments the digestion is weak, the making of color, flesh and strength out of food is imperfect so that the patient is weak, wan and nervous and dyspeptic. This condition can be corrected by taking a course of Herbine. Price 60 cents at City Drug acore. A woman crfnnot claim that her life is monotonous if she has ever been driven for social relaxation to church social. Happiness depends very much on the liver and kidneys. The ills of life make but little impression on those whose digestion is good. Ton can regulate your liver and kidneys with Herbine and enjoy health and onoyancy of spirits. Price 60 cents at City Dru Store. - i nere are never any ex ternal signs of isacer until . ' - the blood is pouutea and the system thoroughly con taminated by this deadly virulent poison. a ura a sore or Ulcer armeara on unw part of the body ; it may be small and harmless looking at first, but as the can cerous ceiis lorm and are deposited by the blood near the sore, it increases in siie and severity, with sharp shooting pains. No matter how often the sore is removed by the surgeon's knife or flesh destroying plasters, another comes and is worse, ine real disease is in the blood. ana me treatment must begin there. The ""nea Diooa must be invigorated and purified, and when this is done cancerous cells can no longer form and the sore will heal naturally and permanently. amrm. naran M. Keesung, Mi Windsor Ave- Bristol Tens., writes : -I am 41 vaars old. and far ihr yaars had suffers! with a a.ai form of Cancer oa aiyjaw. which the doctors aakf was incurable m4 that I could not lire more f than sis montha. Ismnt. AJ d their statement as true. It. . and had jrien up all bone WV of ever bona; well asioTJr wncn my anpa, Know- tof ofmyconditiori.recotn-X . mended S. 8. 8. After tak- rSki hr a few battles th. JO began to heal, to tha nnb. nf tK. and in a short tima made a complete cure. I have fained in flash, my appetite is splendid, aleep it refresh! oc 4a fact, am enjoying periVut health." overcomes this de structive poison and removes every vestige of it from the system, make new. rirhhlnrul strengthens the body and builds up the general health. If you have a suspicious sore, or have in herited any blood taint, send for our free hook on Cancer, and write to our medical department for anv information rr mAi wanted ; we make ao charge- for this ser vice, Your letter win nceiva prompt and careful attention, and wfil be "hell in Strictest confidence. . , -.... J win smew eo, ATuurra, ca, I DISTRIBUTION OF FRUIT. Tha PUm ? tBa Baaiam CBKrltafti ; Saetetlea. -, Reports from all sections of the coun try, says a Boston dispaicn, snow mat the apple harvest this year promises to be an exception one. Preparations have been niadb by several Boston charitable organizations to undertaKe the distribution of fruit, and circulars have been Issued for use In all sections of New England asking for contribu tions. Mrs. Samuel Wright Simpson, state superintendent of the Woman's ("Christian Temperance union Slower mission, has made the announcement that persons desiring to send apples to her for distribution may ao so rree os charge from all stations on the Boston and Maine railroad or lines operatea Dy the Boston and Maine, from all sta tions on the' Boston and Albany rail road and from all stations on the New York. New Haven and Hartford east of Willimantic and New London, Inclu sive. The Lend a Hand society, found ed by the Bev. Edward Everett Hale, D. D.. is also ready fcr the work. In 1890, when the harvest was abun dant. 5.500 bushels of apples were Dis tributed fn Boston to more than o.ouo applicants. It was estimated that 60,- 000 persons were benefited by the gifts. The Fallare of CoafaelaaliM. Out of the angry and bloody chaos which has threatened the peace of the world, writes Dr. John Henry Barrows in Gunton's Magazine for October, will come, among other things, a general Derceptlon of the fact that Confucian ism. Taoism and Buddhism in cnina have all been gigantic failures. What ever good things may be said of China we must not forget that the empire is dominated by the iron rule of excln sivenesH and hatred of the light. To Confucius China was the world, and to Confucians China is "all under heav en." The Chinese wall is a symbol of the hostility which the empire feels toward the outside nations. Worship ing the past it abominates progress. The nation Is rightly described as "an old man lying in its cradle." It Is the husest expanse of undeveloped human cabbages growing in "a graveyard to be found on the face of the earth. Its most prevalent form of worship Is the worship of ancestors. The spirits of the dead rule this nation from their urns. , A TEXAS WOND E,R. HALL'S GBBAT D18COVKBT. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kidney and blad der troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions, weak and lame back, rheumatism and all Irregularities ' of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in chil dren. If not sold by your druggiBt, will be sent by mail on receipt of SI. One small bottle is two month's treatment and will enre any cause above mentioned. Db. E. W. Hall, Sole manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo. formerly Waco, Texas. Sold . by all druggists and W. B Frame, Ardmore, I. T. READ THIS. - Seguin, Tex., Sept. 27,-1 have taken Hall's Great Discovery and it has cured me completely of Kidney and Bladder Trouble. F. SUCHABT, Treasurer Gandaloupe County People buried in an avalanche hear distinctly every word uttered by those who are seeking tbem, while the buried ones' most strenuous shouts fail to penetrate even a few feet of snow. Couldn't Traoalate It. We received a letter recently we were unable to read. We failed to determine the nationality of the writer. The only words we were able to make ont were, "Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin cures indjges tion. W. B. Frame, Ardmore, Davis and Oakland. Any credit. man worthy of it can The rule never falls. get The best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous .little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Risers. Easy to take. Never gripe. tyiiy jurug store, vv. a. frame prop rietor. ' Heirs Wanted. To the unknown heirs and next of km of John Andrews, deceased: Ton are hereby notified that John Andrews died on his farm in Coffee Bend, Ind. Ter., on the day of August, 1900. leaving an estate of the appraised value of 1725 00. The deceased was about sixty years of age, five feet six inches tall, and weignea aDout one Hundred and twenty-five pounds. He was slightly stooped and his hair and beard were yellow, streaked with gray. The place of his nativity is unknown. His heirs, if any be has, are invited to come forward and prove their rights. J. D. Helsley, Administrator 27d6w John Andrews' estate F. 6. McPEAK ft CO.," ...Gommision Merchants. a Foicy Wokth, Texas. Member Kew i Irleana fVil.txin V.t. change; Chicago Board of Trade. Private wires to New York Stock. Cotton and Grain Exchanges. New Orleans Crtton Ejcebange, and Chi cago Beard of Trade. Your business Is earnestly solicited. Long distance telephone 407. Reference, any bank In Fort Worth Economy . .. Is. good judgment. That old winter suit, cleaned and dyed, will look as good as Dew. Take it to B. F. Mills. Salts and Pants made to order. A fine line New Samples just in. Second hand clothing bought and sold. : B. F. DILLS, 216 West liain Street. The vision'of the stork 3 one which brighten the ey and ntefcena jx young t-wiic. - i often the vision ; is never, realized, and as the 1 lauzhtef of 1 infant : voices - floats from without into tne , childless borne the eyes sadden and the heart grows hungry. T nff.ti lunrml that childlessness is due, to conditions which may be corrected. Many women have found uuw me vuamy and vigor imparted by Doctor Pierce's Vavnrit Pi r s. lirvtion to the womanly organs, has been the one thing needful to fulfill the joy of motherhood. This famous medicine is not acure-H, but specialui's prescription, Having as a single aha th cure of diseases peculiar to women. V ." t- - - l " Sick or weak women are invited to con sult Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., by letter. tree ot cnarge,inusaToianjc,i.uc iuuniv.5 questions, offensive examinations, and local treatments, generally considered necessary by inexperienced practitioners. All letters are held as stnetly private and sacredly confidential. Each answer is sent in a perfectly plain envelope. There is neither alconoi nor oiner in toxicant contained in "Favorite rre scription."; and it is absolutely free from opium, cocaine and all narcotic drugs. "My -wife wan atck for ow etffht yeara." wrttea Albert B. Fulte, Esq.. of JMtamoat, Grnody County, Tcnn. " Sac had nteriae disease and waa treated by twn nhniciatM and sof nore-i lief. At last I read, in one of oir Memorandum Books which yon arnt me. about Dr. nerce a meaiciac and we decided to try h ' Fatrorite Preacrip tjoo.' I aent to the draff store and got one bottle and tne nrat aleep. She had not alept any for three fright. Being- sure that it would care her I sent for five more bottles, and when aha had taken the sixth bottle she was sound and well. We now have a Sne boy at our bouse." ' Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets promote a healthy condition ot ure stomacn. Cliin.Gooiu Now owns the .. Sue Wing Restanraot Meal tickets here good In Gaines ville. Private dining rooms, electric fans. Best Chinese cook In America Phone 73. Sacred Heart Academy GAINESVILLE, TEXAS. A Boarding School for girls. Per year, $150. forparticu'ars address MOTHER SUPERIOR SACRED HEART CONVENT, Gainesville. : Texas. Watalaf Order. In the Dotted States District court la the Indian Territory, boutnern district: Llla Alexander, plalutlff, ) vs. 1281 Frank Alexander.' Def'dt. J The defendant.Frank Alexander la warned to appear In this Court In thirty days and answer the complaint ot the plaintiff, Llla Alexander. Wltneaa Hon. Hoaea Townaend, Jndgre 01 eaia conn ana tne seal tnereoi this 25 th day ot Sept. 1M0. (sail. O. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk Wolfe & Maytubby, Attorneys, Q.W. Burris. Attorney for non-resident. - First published Sept. 18. 1900. Warning Order. In the United States district court In Indian Territory, Southern District: B. B. Hooten, Plaintiff. ) Ta V 4264 Doole Hoot'n, Defendant.) the The defendant. Docie Hooten, la warned to appear in tbla court la thirty days and answer the complaint ot the plaintiff, B, tt.nooien. Witness Hon. Hoaea Townaend, Jndg-e of aaid court and tha aeal thereof, this 1Mb isnaxl C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. Potter Potter. Attorneya. J. C. 1 hompaon. Atty for non-resident. First published Sept. 16. 1900. waralng Order. In the United States District Conn In the inuian -territory, Boutnern Utstrlct; Minnie Landrnm, Plaintiff, 1 Ta V 4312 Bevy Landrnm, Defendant. ) The defendant. Bery Landrnm, la warned to appear In tbla Court in thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Minnie Land rum. Witness. Hon. Hosea Townsend, Judge of aaiu ooarx ana tne aat tnereoi tnia vtn day Ml li IWU. V. M. CAMPBELL, VlerK. E. A. Walker and 1. P. Wood. Attorneya. J. A. Ward, Attorney non-reaidenr. First published October 10. 19U0. Waralng Order. in the United States District Court la the inuian -rerriiory. sontnera District: V. A. Patterson. Plaintiff, ) va. VNo. 4210. O. W. Patterson. Defendant. ) The defendant. O. W. Patterson, is warned to appear In thia court in thirty daya and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, V. A. Patterson. Witness Hon. Hoaea Townsend. udg- of mu court ana tne seal tnereoi, this Sts aay oi uct., iwu. C.M.CAMPBELL. Clerk. Potterf & Bowman, Attorneya, summers tiaruy , Attorney lor aon-res. First published October . 1900. Waralatf Order. In the United Statea District Court ia the inuian t erritory, oouinern UlatMct: Tennie 8hultx. Plaintiff, ) ve 4304 Allen 8hults. Defendant. I The defendant, Allen Shnlta, la warned to appear in thia Court in thirty daya and an swer the complaint of the plaintiff. Tennie Sbultx. Wltneaa Hon Hosea Townaend, Jndg-e of .mi, v-.mi . aiiu u u isereoi tats ata day C. M. Clmh riv J. P. Mullen, Attorney. - ss. Bistnera, Attorney non-resMent. First published October 10. 1900. Waralat Order. In the United Statea District Court In tha ihuih lerriiorr. Dontnarn Diatribe Effie Shnltx. Plaintiff. ) a V 430 Wade ShnltsDefendant. ) The defendant. Wade Shnltx. la warned in appear in mis court in tnirty nays and an swer the complaint of tha plaintiff. Effie Shultx. Witnesa Hon. Hoaea Townaend. JndM at aiu owin uti iw aval tnereoi mis stn day ot October. 1900 C. M. Cuntu. Ciork 1. P. Mullen, Attorney. Jaa. Mathers. Attorney noa-realdant. First published October 10, 1900. Warming Order. In tnw United Statea Court ta tha Indian Territory. Southern District, Janle B aire U, Plaintiff, f) va. -4301 Baxter Harrell. Defeadaat. J - ' Tha defendant. Baxter HarrelL la waraxt to appear la thia court ia thirty daya and answer the oompUiat of the plaintiff, Jaale HarrelL Witnets Hon. Hoaea Town send. Indm at aaid court and the aeal thereof this ath t.v of Oct, 1900, ; saaL C. M. CAMPBELL. Clark. I. P. Wood. Attorney J ia. A. ara. Atty a on-resident. First pahushad Oct. 7. 1SW. . m ls stanY V THE WORLD'S . v - " . 1 ' aw .jaaaaaisaiMstiilutalt 1 '. ' 1. PUrtCELL. , Cooking Stoves Heating Stoves Be sure tosee Akers eft 1845 s ' V I if -fl? AVZIiDODD, Presidt.t. Ike Mutual Denefit life Insurance Co. NEWARK. N. J. Tiis Leading Annual DiYldend Company of tha World. No Stockholders. Dividends Paid to Policyholders Annually. No Tontine Or Deferred Dividend Accumulations, to be Forfeited in Case of Death or Default in Premium Payments. Conspicuouslfor Economyy And Large Returns to Policyholders in Proportion to Payments by Them. Premium receipts since organization in 1845. about $205,000,000 Returned to Policyholders (policy claims, dividends and surrender values) about f 174,000,000 Accumulated for Policyholders' future benefit. about 71000.000 Surplus, 'abouC . 5.500,000 Hunter a. craycroft, State Agent, 203-204-205 Linz Building, Dallas, Texas. N. R, TISDAL, District Agent Chickasaw Nation. Ardmore. 1. T. BUTLER & DERRICK. Local WHEN THE KIDNEYS ARE "Oiejj make known HEADACHES. SUtPLtSSNtSS. NERVOUS WEAKNESS. tACK ACHES, CHANGES IN .11 BARQEROlia TO PEUCliaYAOl . Jtsssssk lull BITTEHS It tieanses the system to uhs sunennaiaaneys. rururiLi I ML BUD 00. Auwujaiaineuver.awmaai ana dovxis ana wocm a spceau improveneat in Thet ondi tion i uriquuiara. W. B. FRAME. YOUNG & HEINT7 DALLAS "TEXAB.; 1 Machinery, Mill 3 Gin pplies v'- " . I . ; f ' Crads belting a Specialty. .r' t-try7rita f07 Trbat foa want. l - -' . FAMOUS FLOUR Our . . Leader Sold by grocers every where. . Absolutely the best flour ever placed on 'the '.-'Ardmore. market. ; A. KL0SK,, Sole Agent, Ardmore, I. T. from $7 Up. from $2.50 Up, Russell i900 Agents. Marietta. 17 T. OVERWORKED their condition bu f refluent URINE. AND IRRITABLE TEMPtlCS NEU tP CT THUF talAttaliai(t of poisons snd impurities. eft h bodj. - Special Agent. s , .o