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EGGS BLOOD RIFIER PERMANENTLY CURES All Blood Disorders Skin Affections, Scrofula r rroc Rhm imatiem j leeljng or aches, or is 111 . M . . t J R 'inilP arifl ite y generally debilitated, don't wi effects... V, V l,'en i run I if! A A ANY f MAN or WOMAN j run down or uerv- ( f ous or don't Bleep, or lias tired, d mated Positive Testimonials From - -Kvery Section till these threatening symptoms into a dangerous dineutc. Cleanse, purify, vitalize your blood at once with this old, tried medicine WHICH DURING OVER 20 YEARS HAS ACTUALLY CURED THOUSANDS AND Bi THOUSANDS AND WILL CERTAINLY CURE YOU. IT IS GUARANTEED TO CURE. If :f rm', write freely. You can be well and strcnj; cs M.Nt 1 ACTt Co., Chicago. All dealers -ell it. A' Broadway Carriage Shop. LL kinds of Buircv Work done, such as Painting, Trimming, Blacksmithing and Woodwork. Also new work built to order. Call and Get Our Prices. It WIN Pay You. i . . . . -. . . . . . . ... . -I . . 1 . . 1 . ... 1 . . 1 . i . . . 1 . ... T(T . aT a. T . ".Tl" . ,T 7 a,T a7 ,T .(a a" jT ,tnr 5MOKE THE: sT- 41 HELEN HUNT CIGARS An All Havana Filler for 5 Cents. ;J. CtaT Xo bptter t lRar cau be bought for rmv price. J. ft. PEWPJIFdGTOni & CO., Distributors. No. 19087 thc American Trotting Register Is by far the finest Kentucky horse imported into this country. Call and see him and examine his pedigree. This horse will be at my barn on Carter Avenue dur ing the season, where anyone can see his pedigree. All parties desiring to raise fine stock should avail themselves of this opportunity. This horse was brought from Kentucky by J. T. Coleman and transferred to me for the season. Ardmore, I. T. T- E- (Mack) PETT1TT. SGROFULfl AND ITS AWFUL HORRORS CUKKD nv Johnston's Sarsaparilla QUARTBOTTLES. .A. MOST AVOaVUIClilUL. CURTC A Graiiil Old Luily (lives llrr Iiipc rlcnco. Mrs. Thankful Orllla llurd lives In the beautiful vlllaco of Brlcuton. L.vln&ston Co., Mleli. This venerable and highly respected lady was born In the year 1S12, the year of tbo (treat war, In Hebron, Washington Co., New York. She eame to Michigan lu 1S10. tho year of "Tippecanoe and Tyler too." All her faculties are excellently preserved, and possessing a very re tentive memory, her mind Is full of Interesting reminiscences of her early life, of thc early days of tho State of Michigan and the interesting and re markable) pcoplo sho has met, and thc stirring events of which she was a 'wit ness. Hut nothing In her varied and manifold recollections nro more mar velous and worthy of attention than nro her experiences In tho uso of JOHNSTON'S SAItSAPARII.LA. Mrs. Hurd Inherited a tendency nud pre disposition to scrofula, that terribly destructive blood taint which has cursed and Is cursing the lives or thousands and marking thousands moro as vic tims of the death angel. Transmitted from generation to generation, It Is found In neary every family in ono form or another. It may make Its ap pearance in dreadful running sores, In unsightly swellings In the neck or goitre, or in eruptions of varied forms. Attacking tho mucous membrane. It may bo known ns catarrh In the head, or developing In tho lUDgs It may be, and often is, the prime cause or consumption. Speaking of her case, Mrs. Hurd snys: "I was troubled for many years with a bad skin disease. My arms an(. limbs would break out In a mass of ores, dlschorglug yellow matter. My neck began to swell nnd became very unsightly in nppenraucc. My body was covered with scrofulous eruptions My eyes were nlso grently lntla,med nnd weakened, and they pained mo very much. My blood was In a very bad condition and my head ached severely at frequent Intervals, and I had no nppetlte. I hod sores also In my cars. I was In a miserable condition, I had tried every remedy that had been recom mended, nnd doctor after doctor had failed. Ono of tho best physicians In the stato told me I must dlo of scrofulous consumption, as Internal abecsses were bcelnnlng to form. I at length was told of Dr. Johnston, of Detroit, and his famous Sarsaparilla. I tried n bottle, more ns an experiment than any thing else, ns I had no faith In It, and greatly to my agroeablo surprise, I began to grow better. You can bo sure 1 kept on taking It. I took a great many bottles. But I steadily Improved until I became entirely well. All tbo sores healed up, all tho bad symptoms disappeared. I gained perfect health, and I have uever been troubled with scrofula since. Of cnureo an old lady of 83 years Is not a young woman, but I havo had remarkably good health slnco then, and I firmly believe that JOHNSTON'S SAltSAPAIULLA la tho greatest blood purifier and tho best medlclno In tho wldo world, both for scrofula and as a spring medicine." This remarkably Interesting old lady did not lok to bo more than sixty, and sho repeated several times, "I bellovo my Ilfo was saved by JOHNSTON'S SAItSAPAHILLA." jmr cm cv.rt.jv xaiiua- oomi-amy, dutioit, axxoxx. For Snli-lby City Drug Store and F. J. Ramsey, Ardraore, I. T. ARDMORl-'S Clil.EBRATION. Under the Auspice of the Sweaters on July 2jt. bust night the AmnlRntnntcd Free atul Independent Order of Sweaters met nt the City Hull, with F. F. Fox in the chntr. The object of flie special meet. up; was to hold u convention in Ardmore, It wns decided, however, not to hold n convention, aud upon motion of Mr. Rineer it wns nureed to hnvc n picnic or barbecue on the 27th of July next, the 14th mini- veranry of Ardmore- The mer clmnta will bo consulted ns to whether they hnd rather have n barbecue or n picnic. The picnic will be Riven under the nuspiees of the Sweaters, and in vital ions will be extended to the entire siirroundmu' country to come, oat, drink nud be merry. All the secret orders of the eity will be naked to participate with them, nnd holp make the day crander thnn any of our previous unuiversaries The 28th is anni versary day of Ardmore, but that falliiiu on Sunday this year, the Sweaters took the day before Saturday, uud propose to show Ardmore a cala day, such us she lias uever teen before. All tho amusements usually hnd on such ocensious will be indulged iu on this day. The following committee wnsap poiuteu to nrrnnge and take care of the picnic; Committee on management V. U. Potter, Hd Ringer, J. II. Math ers, John Easley, Dave Best and Frank Fox. The other committees were not appoitited Inst night, but they will have a finance, advertising and publication, invitation, program and reception committees. When our merchants are up pronciied on the subject let them encourage it iu every way they can It will be a great- advertisement for Ardmore, nud under the tins pices of the Sweaters, it is bound to be a success. They dou't do things by halves. Let ns have n graud celebration on Saturday, the 27th nf July next. Spragins & Co. have a big line of iee erenm freezers. Any size, any price you want. God's Message to the Iudians ''lmphlet free; postpaid. Address P. 0. Box 953. Chicago. lfJd.vw lm A Ulg Law Suit. Judge llosen TowiiEend arrived trom Ardmore this afternoon to try the suit of Geo. Thebo against Ex Governors McCurtnin nnd Jones for nbout $180,000 commit-siBlls claimed by Thebo for collecting the Choctawfi' money for the Kiowa and Comanche lands. These suits in some form or other were originally brought before Judge Stuart by Judge Clayton and Jns Drizolnra; This being the reason Judge Cln.Uon is disbnrred from henring the cuse. Judge C. B. Stuart nnd Geo. Mansfield appear for Gov. McCurtaiu. The Hon. F. C. Dillatd of Sherman repre sents Mr. Jones nnd Henry W. L'ghtfoot nppenrs for the plain tiff. Capital. J. L. JOHNSON ..Manufactures.. Ririe California. Saddles Heavy Railroad, Farm and Liglit Buggy Harness and jreep airs Extras North Side West Main SI. Burlington Route GREAT TRAINS. TlIK UUKMNOTON-NOKTIIKUN PA CIFIC KxriiKss- Knnsas City or Don- vc no rugei bound, rortianu, Jion taunna, Washington and the entire nortkwtst. Daliy through trains of coaches, chair ears, tourist and stntiti- aru sleepers aud dining cars. No. 15 Morning train, Kansas City to tcbrn.ska, Denver and Pacific coast, via seeulc Colorado. Weekly California excursions personally con ducted. No. 2.1 Latest nlcht train, Kansas City to Denver; night train for Ne braska, Omaha, St. Paul. Mn. 21 Noon Main, Kansas City to Omnlin, St Paul, through sleepers. No. fin -Famous Chicago Kit; din ing and bullet library curs, chair cars and sleepers. No. Kl fat. Louis Fast Night Kx press. No. 42 fast morning train east. Write for doscrlptlvo matter, rates and information. L.J. IUtlCKER, T. P. A., 823 Main St., Kansas Olty, Mo. L. W. WAKELKY, G. P. A., St. Louis HOWARD KLLIOTT, General Manager, St. Joseph, Mo THE food that goes on your table nt this season of the year demands your earnest attention. Let me sell you wholesome, fresh groceries, tueli ns Grape Nuts, Sliced Beef, Sliced Uncnu, Sugar Cured Ham, Chicken Loaf, Veal Loaf, Beef Loaf, Cottnge Loaf, Loose Uros.' Crackers. Canada Sap Maple Syrup. Blnnke's Ten in Mb and lib onus. Exposition brand nf Coffee. Mojav Coffee iu 21b cans. Happy Thought Coffee in 21b trunks. J A. A. BAILEY. wesr MAIN BTHCCr. WW The Ardmore Undertaking and Embalming Co. The New Undertakers. Hove n eomnlote line of burial caskets, coffins nnd robes. Some One Always nt the Store. FINE STOCK Iu connection with my fine jacks and stallions I nlso have a very fine short-horn Durham and Hereford Bull. II. C. BYARS, at the Bailey Baru. TV.. 1 ... Railroad.... FROM TEXAS TO THE north ana East TJIE Warning Urder. In the United fitat- Dlntrlct Court In the Indian Territory, Southern Ulitrlct. Mlltle Thompson. I'lalntilT, I v. Wwo W. A Thomimon. Dofendant ) The defendant. W. A. Tliuminon, In warn ed to aupear In thin Court In thirty clay, and an.ner tho complaint of tho plalntllT. Mlttlo Thompson. Witness lion. Hosea Townsend. Judue of said Court, aud the seal thereof this sth day of .May, 1901. C, M. Campbell, Clerk. ISeall CrucuCruco .t Cruco, attorneys. Nick Wolfe, attorney for non-resident. First published May 28, 1901 WnrnlniC Urder. In the United States District court In the inuian rerritory, noutnern district. Mary J, Conway, plalutllT, vs. Jack Conway. Defendant Tho defendant, Jack to appear In this Court nnswur tnu complaint J. Con win . Witness Hon. llnsaa Townsend, Judue of said rourt and the seal thereof this mh day ot Msy, 1901. , Ibbal I O. M.CAMI'HKLL. Clerk Kltipatrlck. Williams ft Drown. Attorneys I H. H. Duller. Attorney for non-resident. First pi)sbed May IS, IlKJI. 1 2,500 Miles in a Special Train Will be ol the Record of Those Themselves of the $45 San Francisco and Return Announced by The SANTA FE Acc't International Convention EPWORTH LEAGUE July 18-21, 1901. Send for profusely illustrated circular, complete with details relative to route, sleeper rates, schedule, side trips, stop-overs, scenery, dining, stations, etc. c Conway, Is warned I t In thirty days and I of the plalntllT, Mar? - " J. P. Wkicmt, P. A., Cleburne; S. A. Kkndio. P. A., Galyestou; II. V. Wu.ma.ms, P. A., San Antonio; W. S. Kki.xan, (J. P. A., flolveston. EFFECTIVE MAP.CH 10, I0OI. ANNOUNOEBTHE COMPLETION OF ITS Red River Division To DENISON and SHERMAN TEXAS. It Shortens the Distance, It Opens Hew Tembiy. Kodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially dlRcstsiho foodin J aids Nnturo Iu streiiL'tlieiilng and recon structlni? the exhausted dttfcsttvo or Kiina. I lis tho latest discovered dikrcst antittid tonic. No other preparation can approach It in elllelency. It in stantly relieves nml permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour .stomach, J'aucH. SIcklleailaclie.UnstralKla.Craiiipsaiitl all other results of ImpcrfccLdlKcstloii. I'rlrojne-. and II. I.irjtcsle contains S t'rucn Muuilslzu, Hook all uljuiittlysiiV! - luiimlli'ulrt-u Prepared by E. C, DeWITT & CO.. Chlcogn Olty DrtiR Store, W. '. Frnme. Prop Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY ANP THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF Warning Order. In the United States District Court In the Indian Territory. Southern District! Sarah Jenkins, I'lulntia, ) vs 4(72 Alfred Jenkins, Defendant, ) ITbo ilef endant. Alfred Jenkins, Is warned to ppear In this Court In thirty days and an swer tbo complaint of the plaint!!!, Harab Jenkins. Witness Jinn. Hosea Townsend, Judueot aid Court and the seal tbureof tuts 1st day of May, ltioi. ISeal.J O. M. CAMmsLi, Clerk. Fltipatrlck. Wluislns Si Ilron, Attornejs Hani II. Dutler, Attorney nonrenldcnt. First published May 1, 1W1, 't.MTMS H IsMtN nut i.o. itmM CURE YOURSELF 1 1 t b tor utiDftt irl ! uls haricffl.lDtlisiiiiii tli u irriUi.'Ui ut Ul r tfin ,1 not i . i-ri'-tuM Ci muroui tin littrtii. n Trr 6' i iilciob. I'stinli'Cd, nnil ut MUia- EtUUtlMCIftCilOO, l-'l'- uum. HttliS Iy Driiccl't. or f'nt In plain wrwijr ' Circular nt (SlTlvkClSES i KATY BUFFET SLEEPERS AND FREE RECLINING HI!S en T0;. Keely Institute in the State Cures tho Whisky, Morphine, Cocaine uud Tobacco Habits, J. II. KEITH, Itollevuc Place, Dallas, Texas. BELGIAN HARES 1 huvo a Hue lot of true hrud Belgian Hares from ,1 to fl tnontlis old and worth from !l to $10 a pair. R. CROTZER. Itabltry first doon north ot J. H. Spragins' resilience.' DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANV SUPERIOft MEALS, (in... .fifty Csnts. Mr lONI III.V llltil I.AToll l.lfc.Py llisll. hsrnUi. and ! fi.IL IUi VtllK. MIIS, II, ItOUAN.B mlllwuuk-e.mri I ' r '