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Ardmore, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1905.
.ii DAUY AROMOrtEl I SEVEN ROBDERSON. jifrlHt Correspondence, iinhhxmon. I. .T. Sepf. 12 A rood am fi ll hero last night and this morn- np. wjili li was fondly needed. Cotton IS opening very biohij t(iv Albert Elmore and Mlsa Far,- le Wright were married here today 1 The Methodists arc holding a revi-l al meeting here, conducted by Hev. ' Mllbeck. I Mr. Bout well and family, who have een very alck, nre Improving. Mr Jcrrals nnd family, who nave fen lifre visiting Mr. and Mrs. ieeves, returned ip wnuumoro. rex. Dave Doak nnd Miss Annie Willi- ord were married here Tuesday. The llttlf -1-year-old boy or Mr. and Irs Jesse MeCraw, who wag so sen- imly hurt by n log falling- upon him, U able to be up. Prof. T. 11. King ha returned from hlcago, where he has been visiting 11 snmmer. There In a rent deal of sickness in ho community now, but none serious. The little child of C E. Morelana i as the whooping cough. Mrs. More ind is also sick. ABSCESS. Abscesses with few exceptions ars, ullcativo of constipation or debility, i W. II. Harrison, Cleveland, Mist)., rltos, Aug. 16 1003: "I want to sayl word of praise for Ballard's Snowi Jnlment. I stepped on a nail, which alined the cords In my log to contract nd an abscess to rise In my knee. nd the doctor told me that I would lave a stiff leg, so one day I went to F. 1 -ord s drug store (who is now hi Denver, Colo.) He recommended a iottle of Snow Liniment; 1 got a 50c Ize, and It cured my leg. It is the est liniment in the world. W. B, 'rame. Ardmorelte .Offers Premiums. In order to obtain the best samples r the Lewis and Clark exposition at. ortland, the Ardmcrelte Ik offering, s on encouragement toward adver ting" this country, to give an annual ubscriptlon to the weekly paper ror ach of the befit samples of the fol ding farm products delivered to M1I3 lllce on or before Saturday, Septem er 23: Best tn ear of. corn, best sample -f alfalfa, best sheaf of oats, beat heaf of wheat, best peck of Irish po- ( Htoes, best peck of sweet potatoes, i est peck of apples, best peck of .eaehett, bc-t perk of. pears, best peck if tomatoes, best, carrot, best beet, .est turnip, best watermelon, zest can alonpe, bpst pumpkin, best cushaw. inf st head of kafflf corn and sorghum The Judges will pass on those aub ects will be appointed by Lee Cruce, be nroshlent of the Commercial club. know your patriotism by a contribu- ion of the best samples you can com- inand, thus Insuring a good exhibition jf Indian Territory products at l'ori iind. These samples will be returned ind used here ath the Ardmoro Fair- l,so. SPRAINS. S. A. 'Bead. Cisco, Texas, writes, March 11, 1901, My wrist was sprained o badly from a fall that it was uso ess; and pfter uslnj vjvenl lerae lies that failed to give rellot. used Ballard's Snow Liniment, in I was Eurod. I earnestly lecommetrl It o .nny one suffering from sprains. W. B (Frame. V Accor.llnc to the Wananucka Press Saturday In Wapanucka was a lively av. A nuniuor or nog ngnis were milled off In tho morning besides a Dinlr mi 11 nir contest participated in ry it wo Indian women, and a nurnuer oi minor disturbance. As tho shades or the- evening were falling tho city mar shal got into a mix-up with two brothers, who were doing warpath stimtrf. One of the warnath entertain ers received u bad bruise on tho head for his pains. As a fitting climax for such a big day an liullan boy appeared on the scone tanked up with prohibl-1 tion boozo and proceeded to demon- strate that he was a bad mnn rrom a, bad town. All of the offenders were 'Office In Frensley Bide. Hotch arrested except the dogs. . ; kiss' Jewelry store. : . . ' A cew jersey tu ior M. r. iyncn, euuur oi uiu-i-mujia-, burg. N. J.. Dally Post, writes: -II have used many kinds of medicines for coucha and colds In my ramiiy but never anything so good ns Foley's Honey and Tnr. I cannot sav too muc in pralso of it." City urug store. It is a lot of fun watching a man ' who has theories about raising a fara-' lly try to got back on earth after lie has one ot his own. Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.- 1 'Several years since my hlngs were , . l.ntu' nffunloil tlinr I IkiiI manv hemorrliages," writes A. M. Aire of Wood, Ind., I tooK treatment wnn several 'physicians without any bene- n i etnrtf in tnU V'nlpv'tt Hon- UK t 111' 'I 1 1 l. . ' . ... .- v - i ey and Tar and my lung's are now as I pound as a bullet. 1 recomuipnu u iu advanced stages of Inns trouble." City Drug Store. Shaving troiiblos aro reduced to the minimum if you use a- Shumate. $1.1 razor and Shumate $1. honing strop.1 Both guaranteed. I 10 r. J. RAM SKY, Druggist. Ono night Is all that Is necessary to prove that PJneules is the best rem edy In tho world for bacUnche and all kliinev and bladder troubles. If you have Vhoumatism or any other blood disease n single doso will give relief. Sold by City Drug Store. It is Just lilio a fool doctor to rec ommend oxerclso for a man who is suffering from spending all his nights walking with a baby to keep It quiet. Hav Fever Can Be Cured. All druggists aro authorized by tho manufacturers of uunsens oaiarrn Cure to refund tho money whero it falls to euro In any rase or May e- ver no matter of how long standing. One annlleatlon gives ease and rest. Thi3 Is a new discovery and is the only Hay - Fever remedy sold on a positive guarantee No cure, no pay Price Sivv For sale by all druggists The Ardmorelto sells coupon books Danger In Kidney Disease. Don t demy when the first symp toms of kidney trim bios appear. Ask our drtirglet for a box of DeBells Kidney Pills, prepared expressly for all kidney trouble such as Lumbago, Backache am! all urinary troubles. A week's trWl will oft linos cure mild eu tea. Take a box or two and your kidney trouble will disappear. Sold on a nositlve guarantee No cure, no pay. Prico 2Cc per box. For sale by all druggist:'. LAWYRRa. Car.J. Kapilis Compiler "Indian Lawn BLd Treaties" Cms II. Memllat Active Court Practitioner . k'APPLEK & HERILLAT Attorneys and Counsellors-nt-Law lrotlce before s!l Coortf: ConitreKn. Oov erataoDt Drpartmtiiitfc and Coiuinlsitiona. lotfiab U'i a ,"iecinlty. 02lc. Boni bids. Washington. 0. C J, V. Cifcell. t. I Dtan K CABELL A DCCN, ATTOriNEYSATLAW. Do General Practlca. QS.cn over Hotchklss' Jewelry Iton Ardmore, ind. Ter. i. C. Potterf. C. A. Walkar POTTERP WALKER. Attorney t and Counsellor! at Law General PracMce. OSc-t over City National aak, Ardmore, 1. T. ALBEHT J. LEt, A TTORNETT-AT-LAW. Office In Noble Bldf., Ardmore, 1. 1 Special connection In Waanlngtoi ror the prompt and careful handllnj of all scatters coming before the D rtment ot the Interior, Court o Claim nd tte Supreme Court ol u. United Sufoi. 1 E. KATHERINE SINCLAIR Experienced Trained Nurse. (University Pennsylvania, Philadet' phia, Pa.) Residence corntr M U-h Ave., and 1 street. Phon- 25fl Ardmore. DRS. BOOTH & BOOTH. Physicians ond Surgeons. Ofllce Phone 4. Residence Phono 1. ..Office over Coleman's Drug btoro... DR. R. M. McCALL. Offipe Randol Building. Hours 9 to 11:30 a. in.; 2 to G p. m. Office Phone 672 Res. Phone G56 D? PHILIP STEPHENS. Office, Randol Building Hours 9:30 to 11:30 a. m. 2 to 4, i to 8 p. m. Office phone 572. Residence 428. DR. G. E. GOODWIN, Physician and Surgeon. Office ovtr Hall & Hlllis. Ofllctt phone 349, residence phone 307. Office hours 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. Stiaclal attention given to can cers, a large per cent removed without the knife. F.r.TOK KELLKH.M.D. B. U. IIEN11Y, U, II Bei. Pbooe Re: Ptone 87' otrce rtoDe tr, pen KELLER A HENRY, Physicians and 8urgona. Ere, Ear Note an J Tbroat Hlieclslltli. Spectacle a Eto Olaitei acenrateljr ntteo Olflce over iionuer Booner'i . noomi i to dr. r. d. MOORE. Special attention to treatment ot ptlet . dltCEEea 0f women. Hesldenct phone 21S. Office phone 4S9. DR. J. M. VADEN. Physician and Surgeon. Office hours from, 8 to 12 and and 7 to 9. Office 'Noble Building. Office phono i!8 residence 71. 1 to DR8. J W. . LENIA EISIMINGER, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. 223 B St., S. W. One Block South ot Courthouse. Phone 8I. Dr. .1. P. mnu. Dr. E. J. Woodnrd FANN & WOODARD, DENTISTS. Office over lUmsey's Drug Store, Phone 401. Ardmoro, I. T. DR. DUDLEY PAYNE,. Dentist. Office over Bonnor & Bonner's Drug Store. Phone 14C. DR. R. J. W1L80N, Dentltt Room 12 . Noble Bulldlnf. Ardmore, I. T. R. T. DALLAS, R:al Estate and Rental Agent. QUy property bought and sold. Notary Public In offlco. Over Hall & Hillls. Phono 349, ARDMORE SANITARIUM (DBS. BABDY A McNKEH, Prop, Surgery and Diseases ot Women a Specialty i 19Q5 Ardmore. October 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 BIG 5 MaRe Your Arrangements to Attend this, the Greatest Show of Blooded StocR Ever Exhibit ed Within the Borders of the Great and Beautiful Indian Territory. Racing Every Day by Runners, Trotters and Pacers, and by as fine Horses as ever Graced The Turf. The Ardmore Fair Association Has been organized for the upbuilding and devel opment of the StocR and Agricultural Interests of the Indian Territory, and is supported by BanRers, Mer chants, StocRmen and Farmers of the ChicRasaw Nation. So let every admirer of Good StocR give this instituiion their support. High Class Amusements of Every Kind DURING THE FAIR For premium list and J.B. WALL, President. I he Great ana n Territory FAIR Ind. PURSES Days of Real Enjoy ment and Excitement other information address, G. 1 1 1 1 C 'Vra JBb1.- T,, . - - 3T( 1 pr I W. STUART, Secretary. WARNING ORDER. In the United States court In the lit . dlan Territory. Southern district: Suli.i Williams, plaintiff, va. Dnu 'nii!h u ren(iani. wo 03U9. , I hi ili tendant Dan Wllltmna U l-wameii hi appear in thlK -court lD-tlilr- iv oah mm ahower rtie eotHnlalBt the plamtifT.-Stella Wllllirui. WitiiinH tb Hon. Hosea, Towittenit, .ItidKe of Kid court, and tho onl then Of. 'hiH tnh dayof Sepletnbor, iso: " . , - . Sfalt M. CAMPniffrX, Clorlf ' t WKLLS, Deputy Cleric.' Brown K Turner, attoruoys. . AiioMuy (r non reaJflenL 9. H. ttai First puiilifhed. S?'pteiflber 10, 1W3& Fiic Kidney Cure' rrmkea tho ilH (niil Mdneys. sound so thy will ai' iiiat. tb tHi'iSon fibm th blood. (J1y lr'.i; !tir . ' . , WARNING ORDER. In -i- Vnit'd Statea Corourlaiilfmors four. So.it hern District, Indian Ttt-' ritorv at A'dtnore. W H Efkew, plaintiff t R. IVf. Cnm, tkft-ndaht. Tin- fndant. R. M. Crim, ia want H to aprx-Ar In this . court .in thirty day and answer tha. complaint of tlw plaintiff. V. H. Kaktor. '. ' Witness toy. hand at Ardmoro, lit dian Territory, thin Sept. 1, 1006.- T: N. ItOTtN'IlTT, I'nited States CommfMlonor Unti. i- U McOlll, attorr.-y for plrUin tiff . ' t'abd! & Dt-m, Hlionn-y for ikuuilh Ident. First publlHhed, Se'ptomhor 1,19(). Doctors Could Not Help Her. "I had kidney 'trouble tqr yoo.ro,'' write r.Ms. Unymond Connor of Shot ton. Wash . "and the doctors could not ht-lp me. I tried Poley'a Kidney Cum nnd Mi.- very llrst done gave mo lellftt and I am now cured. I cannot my too mnr-h for Pole' Kidney Curo." Olty Dnip fitori'. Warnlnrj Oroer. Iwforo me, It. W. Dlclf, mayor of tht city of Ardmore, I. T., John I., Gait, plaintiff va. Jlin Johnson, 'defend ant. Th 1 ftndant,. Jim Johnson, t.i warned to appear at this court within thirty days and apawor tho complalnL of plaintiff. John L. Oalt. TbU :!.th uay of Augnat, 1905. It. W. DIOIC, Maor ol tho City of Ardmoro. Sarn Butler, attorney for non-regl. dent. First published August 20, 1S05, , Our bungle's are standard brnndit, he guarantee that goes with tbom 111 Mick. Vou malte a mlctnlto vbrn tou buy from the buggy pcddlor. NOBLE BltOB. Nc Fever at Eureka Springs. For the information of thoso ivho have contemplated spending their va cation at Eurelsa SprlnKR, but who may be in doubt about tho health .con ditions, wo quote below a telegram from Kurelin Springs, dated Autn'nt 10th, addressed to tho o'ltcialu of tho Frlaco system. "Mayor J. E. Wood and Dr. Tl. ('. Floyd, President of tho Board ol health, annBunco that there a no quarntino at Eureka Springs and no intention to maintain one nnd r.o ne cessity for one. Tho altitude of Ffuiei ka Springs, Its perfect sanitary ayM tern and absolute freedom -from--mo-qultos, all possibility of Infection ami regulations enforced Into - dllToront states, afford absolute safeguards. Eureka Springs cordially lnvltoti, and can furnish (lrst-cliss nccomo tions, for two thousand additional vln itors.'' 20tt Avoid Eorlous ros'ultH of hldnoy or bladder trouble by taking Folcy'u Kid aey Cure. City Drug Store. We havo the finest lino of shot jjiinH and rifles In Ardmore. Wc will mako crackling of the flames. B1VENS. COUHN & FBENSURK. VARNING ORDER. In the United States Commlssloncr'n court In the Indian Territory, southern district: Stevens. Kennorly & Spraglns Co., plaintiffs, vs. M. J. Chapman, defen dant. Tho defendant Jf. J. Chapman, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days and nnswor tho complaint ' of the plaintiffs, Stevens, Kennorly & Spraglns Co. I W;tnesR my hand and ' algnaturo as Commissioner, this lGth day of Au i gust. 1905. 1 S- ij T. 1?. BOBNICTT, i U. S. Comml?lonor. I Thop. Norman, attornoy. j Cabell & Deari, atfornoys for nun 1 n sldent. First publlihed. August 16, 1D05. i TIow are your kldnoye. It Is datifcr I ous to delay when tho kidneys nrji I sick. One box of- Kldney-Ettos wllj roe I ommend the noxt. 25 cents. City Drug j Store, W. B. Frame, Proprietor. VARNING ORDER. In the United States court In tho Indian Teritory, Southern DiBtrlct: Emma Pope, plaintiff, vs. Pharoh Pope, defendant. No. 0313. Tho defendant, Pharoh Popo, b warned to appear In this Court In thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Emma Popo. Witness tho Hon. Hosqa Townuond,' Judgo of said Court, and tho soal thereof, this 14th day Of August, 1906 0. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. By W. S. CItOCKETT, Doputy. (S-eal) Brown ft Turtior, Attorneys. S. H. Butler, Attorney for.NonHc Ident. First published August 15, " Tlo pill that -wilt Dotk'b liltthv Llvor and Stomach Tills cures consti pation, Eour stomach and liver com pjalnt. Try thorn. 100 pills 25 conta, at City Drug Store.