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Ardmore, Sunday, September 3, '905.
it DAILY AKDMOrtEl i . SfcVKf WYNNEWOOD NEWS NOTES PREPARING TO ENTERTAIN FARM ERS DISTRICT CONVENTION. Farmers Union Organizer at Work A Bromide Well Discovered Crop Conditions are Exceptionally Good In Washita Valley. Wynnowood, I. T., Sept. 2. (Spct--i l.il itrnr.nrntlnii nri liflnir mnilt! bv which fnnnors vim nttum! the district Knni'nnllnn u'lllrll till- lu 111 till' rlt on tho Cth anil 7th of Octobor, will Ik- royally rocolvort. The convention bo tendered free uhc of the opera other courtesies held out to them. To Organize Farmers' Union. Wynnewood, I. T., Sept. 2. (Spec ial.) J. O. Hall, orsanlzer for the Farmers' Union of the 17th district wan In tho city, today and stated that ho would slvo his entire time to that, work from now on hrougn tno ear. Ho will make his homo and headquar ters ut Wynnewood. , P omlnent Mason Died. Wynnewood, I. T., Sept. 2. (Spec ial.) W. K. l.ee, a prominent Mnron In this country died at his homo a fow miles west of here this morning of apoplexy. Ho was a hlrfiely re spected man In the order and wan burl(jd In the city cemetery this after noon with Muhonle honors. i The Crop Conditions. Wynnewood, I. T Sept. 2. (Spec ini i.i. v. Wheeler has liift returned from a very oxtenslve tour of tlie u.,l1,ti.i vniliv nml niinitrv surrojnd' uri-niw.vvnnil niiil HiivH that the crop prosppctH In this country have not been bettor. Ho says that ihe pros pect Is kociI for thousands or acres oi land In the Washita valley near Wyn l.owood lo produce from one-half to a halo of cotton per acre. Corn will iiverase fifty Imsht! to the acre in the bottom and upland 11 will prjduto from thirty to fifty bushels to the acre. Tho wheat and oat crop has been es pecially line. Tlw farmers thro-jsh this section of ilio country are. exf.ect lnn an abundant harvest this fall and I liu p'n-ieot aru that the crop -will Iim commersiirave jvlth their "xr.a tlons. Bromide Well. Wynnewood, I. T.. Sept 2. tPpw lt,l.) A lino llow of bromide .wa:ei was struck by well digger dlstfiu; b well on the farm of It. J. WheWer. three miles south of here, a few day. ago. Specialties sav that tW eNi of the fliieat quality and very healthy. Chamberlain's Couyh Remedy Aids Nature. r,itfinoB ibat aid are nlwayt inoet 1'ITectual. Cliamherlaln's Cough Jleme dy acts on this plan. It allay? the coiiKh, relltves the lunRn, aid" expw toratlon. urTiitis tho seCTetlonF. and aiils nature in restoring the system to n healthy condition. Sold by F. J. Ram soy, V. 1i. Frame, Uonner & Bonner, Ardmore Drujs Co. When a man says "1 went ever and look In the town" you may know lhat he got taken In Just a little (V rften- 'IJKt. Wild Man Near Colbert, nurant. I. T., Sept. 2. A large num her of families In the vicinity of Col bert have botomo jjreatly agitated fiver tho appearance of what thpy be lieve to bo a wild man. Officers from nurant. havltiK leceived several calls from that vicinity, made an Investi gation. They found that a large num ber of people claimed to have mun an alleged 'wild man. who was firat discovered last Saturday In a shed on the farm of .loo I'ntts,' six miles west of Colbert. Since that time every farmer has been In tho saddle almost continuously In order to capture tho Individual and tho women and children are terrified. Tho belief that the man Is wild comes from the fact that ho Is always venn to be crawling on his stomach after the manner of a rep tile. Tho officers believe that there is nothing in tho scare, though all the residents ot that vicinity are still In a state of sreat excitement. Plnesulve acts lllto a poultice. Host thing In tho world for bolls, burns, cracked bauds, tetter, etc. Sold by tho City Drug Sloro. " Ono night Is all that Is necessary to provo that l'lnoulps Is the best rem edy In tho world for backache and nil kidney and bladder troubles. If you liavo lhoumatlsiii in' any other blood disease a single iIobo will give relief. Sold by City Drug Store. . - And than then) are home sUolsts whoso Rolos should he suii'r ho low that they couldn't be heard. Foley's Kidney Cum makes the dls aased kldnoys sound so they will llm luato the tioUon Horn tho blood. City Drug Stor'o. i Boa-Jtlful Women. Plump cheeks, Hushed with the soft glow of health and a punt comploxlpn, make all wanton beautiful. Take a small dose of Herblno after each meal: It will prevont constipa tion and help dlgost what you have eaten. Mrs. W. M. Stroud, Midlothian, Tex., writes, May .11, 11101: "Wo havo iuod Herblno In our fam ily for eight years, and found It th host mod(clno wo ever used for con stipation, bilious fever and malaria." W. n. Framo. Even air castles are better than nightmares. Used for Pneumonia. Dr. 'C. J. Dlahop of Agifnw, 'Mtetu says: '( have used Foley' rfoney ml Tar in three Very seven 'caes of pneumonia with xood rcul- In v-frv "1kp Rrfusi- -uili;.iiiti H City Drug Store. Wp THS GUNN are putting on See our stocR before A. RAILROAD EXCUR8ION RATE3. O., C. & 8. F. RY. Excursion rates to Galveston Juno 1 to September 30. Rate 17.C5. Excursion ratoa to Lampasas, Tex., Juno 1 to Sept, 30. Hate $9.00. Excursion rates to San Angelo, Texas, June 1 to September 30. Ratei 13.7S. National Encampment Grand Army Republic. Denver. Colo.. Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Rate $21.70. W. A. DASHIELIi, Ticket Agent Rock Island Excursions. National Encampment Grand Army Republic, Denver, Colo. Rate $21.70. August 20 to September 4. All-year tourist rate3 to Hot Sprintra. Date ot salo dally rate $17.70. Farmers' National Congress, Rich moud. Va.. Sept 8. 9, 10 and 11. Uatf $37.75. Summer tourist rato to Eureka Springs, Ark., season 1905, dally dur lae 'uly, August and September. Rate $12.30. One way second class colonist rates to points in tho northwest March 1 to May 15, Sept. 1 to Oct 31, Inclusive. Rate $27.45, $27.00 and $30. W. A. DASHIELI,, Ticket Agent 8t. t. & s. F. ty. Summer tourist tickets Eureka Springs, Ark., Juno 1 to September 30. Rato $12.30. Summer tourist rates to Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. National Encampment Grand Army Republic. Denver, Colo., Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Rate $21.70. Round trip excursion rates to Eureka Springs, Ark., April 1 until further no tice. Rates $12.55 and $17.50. W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agent Cured Hemorrhages of the tungs. "Severe! years since my lungs wore t-o badly affected that I had many Lemorrhages," writes A. M. Ako of Wood, Ind., "I look treatment with several physicians without any bene fit. 1 then started to lake I nicy s Hon ey r.ni'. Tar and my lungs are now as sound a a bullet. I recommend It In advanced stages of lung trouble, City Drug Store. When a man says another Is "a gay old dog" you know what ho means. SPRAINS. S. A. Read, Cisco, Texas, writes, March 11, 1901, My wrist was sprained so bailly from a fall that It was uso ifss; ami i-rtcr iisln i-'verul leniO' dies that failed to givo relVl. ii'cd miiarivs snow Liniment, md was Pllrnil. T nnrnrmtK- i nnrtnim.inrl It in' any ono suffeiiug from sprains. W U. Framo. A man's actions nro seldom i- t,iod as the sample submitted. i inn rani IT A White Han's Restaurant coNDuevrn isy White People Best Cuisine in Town McLISH PLACE Artlmnro's cliotcd.' .vos'u (loiico district south west sido. For furihor information rind jjneo of lotS so'o, " y tarter Cannon Over Post office. We are now introducing our Fall StocK of Furniture And Carpets Our Rugs, Carpets and Portiers are coming' in stock and the line is large and prices to suit the customer. Our $20.00 and $25.00 Bed Room Suits, Iron Beds, Dressers, Chiffon China Closets and Buffets are No. 1. good values. the marKet something Chamber Sets buying C. YOUNG irHmmmmmmmmm I I m I I II . 11 I liPrm JLV , Ai Willi I Possihlvvou have need of a bnnk. If lU HivwW , A. I . mmslWWkm so. it becomes our cutv to invite von to x til 1 (Stmr'7- li k mi JHVr zrWl m IS come 10 mis oanu. aaiety deposit w B MiirM. ' 1 llg 1 11 Boxes for rent. S mi rnRflr cacuiom Ur 11 ' V m:Tm SAYS THIS FALL THE DEST STYLE WILL BE W ' Q mX.WUlMO aVOl- 111 i The"BUTTRFLY" SKIRT f- H I I m i i Mi II 1 m MT WmmmmmmWMmmWmmmiJ& Ri 7 '.w:tf- -v, - r.'1 " '"W if 4 f i 'irrKKiiw3 IROM H CUE TO THERE. I O. ... 1.! .1... 1,111 1 j II auii.-iiiiiiu uu Lilt.- inn. uu.tii liiu jjiui;u I n lor it vest after the Ionir winter, it s the HOUSE I All II UN A I llll I HIM IIIL.L. i : THE CALL OF THE WILD Un" j on hoard it ua ntly tho suirmons to your hub ,on,f ions self: lhat loninf? to hvo for a tin.o nftirto tin.' Heart of Nature? If so you should goto COLOR riiiTi are timt a k HIi In Hi? mountain lakcH ami tri'iiiii-hh ever vcrii 'miclil, ami It l thu unuriHH0(l viuni!iK itrmiinl ofilie man lifliluil thv itiolKUr. HPiniMiilier Hint AukuhI ami Mvi'ti'inlii-r In fOl, (M(AI)O aro Inn liet roil ami nun inrintlm nfihci war. .... Our tiookl-t. "UNDER THE TURQUOISE SKY," will k!vi y"U a I.Vlr uutllni' oi Urn Coluruilo ttaino Iuh. Low Round Trip Rates Our Way. Exceptionally Reduced August 30 to September 4 Trie DtW Ardmoreite new and novel in Crescent Hotel EureHa Springs, Arif. Operated by Frisco System Round-trip tickets lo ISuroka Springs on sale every day in the year. ASK O. W. STRAIN. D. P. A. VCHT a, Kansas j D O GEO. H. I.I:Ii, J. S.-flcNALLV, Gen, Pass. Agt.- I)lv. Pass. At. Little Kock, Ark. Oklahoma City For All tho Ncw All the Time. l. r.ANDEnsoN.rrMMm O. L, ANDKRSOX Cashlar FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ardtaore, Indian Territory Capital Fald in .. Snrplnt Fnndi ... Total. Tho nltleit tiuk In Indian Territory. Accoonu ot Crtor and IniStt local ulloltud upon lb moat llt)(rl irrrui cnntlittnl with k'ood tLkiugs I. A. BIVENB, Prtsldant DON LACY, Vlci PruldsnL THE CITY NATIONAL BANK AKD.IOKU, Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 30,000.00 AouMnts of linns nd individuals solicited. Courteous trout tnont accorded to nil uliko. m fmmmmsiWm msmmsxh C. A. Sammons Lumber Go. All Kinds Buildinq Material The Brick Lumber Yard WHERE SUMMER DAYS "HOT TEST" ARE FORGOTTEN JUST A 5H0RT TRIP Free Reclining Chair Cars, Parlor Cafe Car, Through Palaco Sloop ing Cars To the Grand Lakes and Mountain Resorts NORTH AND EAST-OLD STATES Quiolc Timt - All New Wide Vcstibulod Equipment and bxcollont Train Sorvir-o Makes Your Trip Dclihtful And Ph asant all tho Way SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY For full Information re Ranting rates. aeliec!un. etv. HK.H COTTON HUI.T AOUNT. Oil WltlTi: YOI KS TO I OMMA.NM). 0. M. Horgan, T.P.A, J. W. Planaxaii, Q.I'.ffiT.A. (lus Hoover, T.P A R. Worth, Texas Tyler, Texas Waco, Texa.-t The Ardmoreite lor the News ARDM ORE.. 'in' "1' ",D,'.'- ory 'u"" ' '"' hl" G. V. SBLVIDQB, A. M. M., AC'CTS.. E. F. PRKNKLE7 lctf-TF. C.fl. MAUPIN' Alii CttMtr S 60.000. . 200,000. 00 00 S260.00C.OO A. H. PALMER, CathUr. 'RED C CARR, AttV CathU. INI) THR ardmore. i. t. Convenient Connoction.i at all Juhctinn ; PoinLs IND.TER. W CS "" "Xnv ailvanrH , - r n,l IU a. iXi . ProsUlont, ArOmore Indian Tenttrty.