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'Ardmore, Wcdnctdny, No 1. -.i:3
1 HE. UAILY AHUMOHfcl 1 1..
Vlll Stand By Indian Territory Re-
publicans No Friction.
Hon. 1. 1 4. Sopor, Republican na
tluiinl eovtniltteenian lor the Indian
Territory. arrived -In Ardmore today,
to Attond llio meeting t tho oxecu
tlvi committee. Mr. Sopor was aeen
liy a repreacntatlvo ul the Ar. ,
tto with reference to tho Topckn
Htory In which ho waa quotoil as
unylni; that tno Ardmoro meeting
would bo a hot one.
Mr. Sopcr stated that his Irlends
knew his position well. Ho was In
clined to discuss tho matter. How
ever, hero nro tho. points to tho In
view he gt'vo tho representative lor
"1 will abide by the wished ot tho
"There i no Irlctton between tho
executive cnmmlttco and my soil."
"In the matter ot local appoint
ments tho clubs' cndorsei2,nt will
"1 am not lighting ltnymond. I am
supporting another man lor tho
"Politics were not discussed with
Senator I)iig. Wo" discussed tho
Tho Topoka interview was greatly
enlarged. Mr. Sopcr will stand by
tho Republicans ol Indian Territory.
"Home rttla lor me," he said.
Why suffer with your kidneys? Tho
discovery ol Kldney-Httes has proved j
a blessing to thousands of kidney suf-
icrers wno nave uvn ii-oim i j"--t
feet health. These tablets drive urn
dosase fiorms out of the system audi
wo urse all sufferers to glvo this
...I iin.. emmi2fii1 t'lilnov rnni I
edy a trial. i'5c. City Drug Store, V
11. Frame, pi op.
i Our 5tore Is
A. 41VNS, PrsMdni
' OU.h LACY, Vlta PrstljinL
A. H. PALMCn, Cashier.
FRED C. CAfin. A4. t;.U,
Complete i the city national bank
r iwi win nil mn
Just the very things most in demand now New and Smart Autumn Suits,
Nobby Skirts, Practical Coats, 15 x jtiisitc Waists, and Dainty Petticoats;
expressive of fashion's latest fancies jinrmenls of character rind tone, the
choicest products of America's cleverest women's Tailors go to our pa
trons at unusual special prices. This establishment deserves the atten
tion of every woman who has Fall Apparel to buy.
MWnOKU, INI) TliK
Accounts of tlrms ud individuals soliuitud.
Courteous trout tnont uucordod to all aliku.
We have the very tlne.st
Hue of ladies' ready-to-wear
Suits in tho city.
Circular Skirt.-, are all
the rage- .vehavea very
Ladies' Cm venotte Coats
very nobby and in all the
Ready made I) r e s s i ng
Sacks and Skirts that
match i n percale and
Ready made Aprons,
W. Main St.
McMillan. I. T., Oct. 30.- (Special
CrresponduncOl The boeuiUful
golden autumnal days are upon us
In full blast.
Cotton ih and has been lor '
time the order of the day.
The Kin here has turned out ovc
Dave Johnston of Home, Gn . vixlt
ed Dr. Co hero last week.
Miss Oma McCoy of Ardmore. who
has been visiting Miss Lea Hilley
for some time, returned home Satur
day. MJ. nn,d Mnl 'Dan Skags;s of
Wciiverton spent Saturday aiU Sun
day hero visiting Mr. Hobbs.
Mrs. Joh'i USl;y. who hfn I cm
visiting In Ar.lmo-i; lor some tiir.n,
returned bono itii. day.
Add Hobbs, who has been wo-kitirf
at tho gin all tho fall,, is off Jor a
week or two, until his brother, Jim
Hobbs, recovers nom liltf present in j
ntit. Tho, j-nany friends of P'of. tr-f 1 , c C
Jim Hobbs will be glad to know thai; I f o hTAtni2 TfV
bo is slightly Improved today. 1 O VdillvJI lilct lUi
1'. 1). Cox of Orlcna, Texas, spent I
a few days visiting In town List '
We seem dentinal for an early and
perhaps hari ..niU-r i' some ol Ine
old sayings do to': l:t'i
'Your cof-capomUnt v.t3 loo InJis
posed to wilto thu items last week.
A muslnle at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Williams a few nights
ago was fiuoyed by all.
Yard wide guaranteed Tall'o!
as from 9Sc to $1.50.
We have a complete lino, tl.o
cheapest ever brought to
A full lino for women, chil
dren and men, including U,o
celebrated White House brand
We will sell white turn
Collars at 5c each
Long and short Kimonui
in ll.inni'l- tto.
They are made in llnnnel
ette and merceriy."d sat
een, very cheap 50c to $8
Muslin and llanuelette
A very swell Vno from
50c to $7.00.
A nice lino in two tones,
in plauls add black and
I. I ANDKKBON. rrealden
e I,. ANDHKHON. CaahW
B. V. HIKNHU4Y. Vlce-I'rr.
8. MAUPIJ.- Aai'l (Julil-r $!
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ardmore, Indian Territory
Capital Paid In
Surplus Funds ,
Th oldnt tauk lu ludlau Territory. Accounts (it Arms and li.dH l&i'slt
ollcltodupou the mint liberal trrmi oouiltcnnt with rood bsnklov
ARDMOHC, I. T.
SECOND DOOR WEST OF" ARDMOKC NATIONAL BAN K
IAILROAD EXCURSION RATES.
(Jtiod iiliah anil envy do not sprout
from ih i' name Mill.
C, C. &. U. F. Y. i
s Ticl.i t At-, nt fr.r one way sec-
mi clar coloi.l ' r;i'"s to poinlH m
ti- Northwest, Al-A lUl to Oct. IMtll.
W. A. IJASHIUI.U Ticket AXnt. ;
TeMiH Stale 1 r.lr and Dallas IJxposl-
n. Uallis Texan, Oct. :17th to aotli.
Nov. 1. I!, ., S and lo'li. Kate $1.15.
V. A. DASII1KU1., Ticket. Agent.
IlawKeve l'amlly Salve m guaran
teed to cure l'ilea and all Sliin 1)U
easf I)(H8 not taln and ai is (juleldy.
The world's Bronrcst IkbHiik power
2."i cciitH. City UniK Store, W. l.
1 1 " A Pleasurable Duty I
Possibly you have need of a banll. If
so, it becomes our duty to invite you to
come tothis banlf. Safety Deposit
Boxes for rent. :: :: :: ::
The Bankers' Trust Co.
It Ia dllflcuU to cure a courIi or free i
youibelf from tho discomfort- of a
cold unlosa you move tho bowels.
Heo'ft Uvxatlvo Honey and Tar nets
on tho bowels and drives al! cold out
of the system. For croup, whooping
cough, colds, and all lung and bron
chial affections,, no remedy Is equal
to the original UeCs Laxative Honey
and Tar. A Liquid Cold Cure. Sold by
City Drug Store.
A man takes a lot of pride In the
ironi lawn uiai ue uoes noi uave 10
mow hi m self.
Relatively low rates to
nock Island Excursion.
Ono wuy Becond class colonist rnto?
' points In tlic northwest March 1 to
May ID, Sept. 1 to Oct. 31, Inclusive).
Hate J27.4G. 127.G0 and $30.
W. A. DASHI1JLL, Tickot Agent
Gnr-O cures nil kinds ot Soro
Throats-. Quinsy. IloarseneKs, Tons.
litis. Simply u sarnie. 2f.c. Cliy Druj;
Store, V 11. Kraiiic. proprletcir.
V. A. Hcrren of Finch, Ark., writes,
"I wish to leport that Foley's Kidney
Cure has cured a terrible ease of
Kidney and bladder trouble that two
doctors ha 1 given ti ti." Sold by City
Hackacho Is nover known to those
persons who take an occassional dose
of 'Plneulea. The valuo of tho resin
obtained from tho plno tree has long
been recognized In tho treatment of
d!xeatea of tho bladder and kidneys.
One dose of 1'lneiiles will glvo relief,
nnd one bottle will cure. Soli) by City
Imagination will malc people be
lieve tliev' nro In lovo beforu mar
riage, habit aftorwnrd.
A Policeman's Testimony.
.1. N. Patterson, night policeman of
Nabhua, la., writes, "Ijtst winter 1
had a bad cold on iny lungs nnd tried
at least a Inilf dozen advertised cough
medicines and "nnd treatment from
two physicians without getting nny
benefit. A friend recomniondod Fo
ley's Honey nnd Tar and two-thirds
of a bottlo cured me. I consider it the
greatest cough and lung medicine In
tho world." Sold by City Drug Store.
In the United States District Court
In tho Indian Territory, Southern dis
trict: M. II. Il'iuse, plaintiff, vs. Uttnlco
The defendant, Kunlco House, Is
wili-ned to uppenr In tills court In
thirty days nnd nnswor tho complaint
nrtlio plaintiff, M'. II. House.
AVItness, tho Hon. Hosoa Town
Sfjpd, Judge of said court, and tho seal
tharcof, this 2Dth day of Oct.. 1905.
(Heal) C. M CAMI'IJULL. ClorK.
lly W. S CHOCKBTT. Doputy.
lCddlenmu & Graham, nttornoys.
H. V. McGlll, attomoy for non
resident. First published Octobod 25, 1905.
'Hie mrm who Is afraid of falling
never climbs very high.
Best Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Ualdwln, Supt. City Wa
terworks, Shullsburg, Wis., writes:
"I liavo tried many kinds of lini
ment but I havo novor received much
benefit until I used Uallard'H Snow
Liniment for rheumatism and pains.
I think It Is thu best liniment on
earth." 2Dc. COc and $1.00. Sold by
W. H. Frame.
Tho longest way around tho bar
mom Is t'ite. shortest way some.
Tickets on sale daily until
October 31dt, 1005.
F. E. CLARK", D. P. A.,
An n ClliH'lirr.
"I'm not km particular about speed,
but I must have a jfenlln horse," re
pealed Mr. (Jreen. "My wife wunU
to drive, you see. Will you warrant
this horse to lie safe'?'
"Certainly." said the dealer reassur
ingly. "Hc'n a regular lady's horse."
"You are sure he's not afraid of an.
IhlngV" linked Mr. (Ircon uuxlouly
iitxl for the loulh time.
The dealer illumed an air of relief
Hon. "Well, there N one thing that he has
always appeared to lie afraid u( ever
since 1 got him," he admitted con
scientiously. "It hcems as It he's
Kcnrtil t(i death for fear some one
might say 'Whoa!' and he not hear It."
Ancient llrlilt;e SiiimtMIHiiii.
A prhnlMvo notion existed among the
Itomaus ami other races that u lu-ldgc
was an offense and Injury to the river
god, as it saved people from being
drowned while rui.!!ug or swimming
across and robbed the deity of a certain
number of victims whhh were'lils due.
For ninny i-eiiturles In Itome propitia
tory offerings of human victims w-mv
made ci-cry year to the Tiber. Men
and women were drowned by being
bound mid flung from tho wooden Sub
llclan bridge, which, till nearly the end
of the republican period, was the one
and only bridge across the Tiber in
Aiillnrliti n ii I'l-offftxlou,
Nobody sluiild write who Is not firm
ly possessed of the Idea that he lias a
vocation for literature and Is not will
lug to endure the penalties of art for
tho sake of serving mi art. If a person
who writes In that spirit makes a liv
ing he earns It. If he makes a fortune
be deserves It. New York TlmcH.
lu the United States district court
In the Indian Territory, Southern
Itosa A. lllankenship, plaintiff, vs.
Alferd M. Blakenshlp, defendant, No.
The defendant Alferd M'. lllaUen
ship, 1b warned to appear In this
court in thirty days and answer the
complaint ol the plaintiff, Itosa A.
Witness the Hon. Hosen Towusend,
judge of said court, nnd Uio seal
thereof, this 28 day of Octobor, 1905.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBKLU Clerk.
lly W. S. CROCKETT, D. C.
.1. C. Thompson, attorney.
Attorney for non-resident, W. D.
First published, Oct. 29, 1905.
THE BEST SERVICE
IS OKI I ttUI) I'Y TlIK 1
Louisville & Nashville B. R.
EAST and NORTHEAST
Through Sleepers and Chair
Cars Daily from
V!X j&V f.x r w r.
if5 n nrrflT n mr rnuiTnnmn
tVli II III I 91 I I31II1I tClal.i I t It 1 II 1 1 HI
lit mM bUitt iillllililfl
KOIt l'UI.r, INKIHMATION AS TO IHTK.
TI.MK TAHLEH, KTO., APPLY TO YOUIt
LOCAL AOKNTH Oil, ADDItKH
N. IB. BAIRD,
tl Trav. Pan. Aut., Little Hock Ark.
You can get rid of that cohf In
double quick time If you'll tnko Hani
sey's Cold and Grip Tableln. Just as
good for children as for adults. Price
2;t F. J. UAMSIJY, Druggist.
GEST PASSENGER SERVICE
4 JMPOKTAHT GATEWAYS A
In tho I 'nlted Stntcs Court In the
Indian Territory, Southern District:
Uiina Wheless, plaintiff, vs. Arthur
WhelcBS, defendant. No. G-102.
The defendant, Arthur Wheless, Is
warned to appoar In this court In
thirty days and answer tho complaint
of tho plaintiff Uiina Wheless.
Witness, tho Hon. Hosca Town
send, Judge of said court,' and tliw
seal thereof, this 23d day of October,
(Seal) C. M. CAMPllKLL, Clerk.
Hy W. S. CHOCKI2TT, Deputy.
llrown & Turner, attorneys.
S. II. Butler, attorney for non
resident. First published October 21, 190S.
Morphine, Opium, Cocaine
and WhisKey Habits
CURED IN EIGHT TO TEN DAYS
My treatment is perfectly harmless and has no bad
effects whatever. Our Sanitarium is strbtly privato and
persons coming hero for treatment ira ully protected
from outside visitors. My remedy's 1 3j withdrawal
treatment, but thoroughly eliminates all narcotic and
alcoholic poison from the system, thoreby destroying all
desire, necessity or craving for drugs or liquor.
For lull particulars address in contidence
J. S. HILL, jr.
Ardmore, I. T.
't TO ffltWCR JUtCTIONk
CUPERB PULLHAIl VtSTIDULEfc I
Handsome tlECLiHiriu Chair Gar.
ON ALU THROUGH rriAIPJS.
" "liB if Tl I H 'i', 3
I rPT ! MM II IBM IIBII H
WE ARE AFTER YOU
If J em nuvo njotidl c:irrlai; or ut
wacon ropulrlni; nceillni; attou. ton.
Ou- skill, ciperlouco anil tiiotlltlek
unllH In maklnir thin shop tho ties'.
Place rrnill(K aroand for ilratcla
repair v.' i k on mosl any sort of ve
hicle, If wo sen It we'll till you vory
nulekly uhout how much tt will cost
to put It In M no nh.-iiKi. guiitutlun
cotH nuthliik' (leu't hPHltnte to nk
D. E. ALLEN
lli.rn'.-boclni: ami Itubbnr Tiro Work
X dwurf sees further limn the jjbut
beu ho luts the Kbuit'n nhonlder to
t ui to nm him !l
I L ANDS. " I
iiuys tml soils laud, makes
ieaoe contracts, ercures al- 2
lotment3 for citizens, keep
I flrctclttBB surveyor in ofllee,
work Ritarunteed. Office over
t First Nutioual Bank, t
ONLV LIMli WITH fnj; ricrrlpu a.i.
evonlnt troip l-o kit Irj-'!.! ud the
ONLY LINE WITH I'uHnian Sloeparj
I'.nd lilifhbaolc Saarritt seat Coachon
throUKh (without cbaucul to Now
ONLY LINE WITH hanUsnmenowChalt
Curs tlirouirb (without, oianpe) dull v.
tn Mf. l.nnla Kf..nnlilft uni! Kl Pnuri.
1 ONLY LINE WITH tt Bttvltii; of 12 hout
ONLY L-TNE WITH TcurlBt S'oeplni
Cans, joinl-woe'iiy, thro-.ip-h (wlthouj
chnnaro) to buu Vruiioluuct und
tLCQANT DlfllfiU CARS TO ST. LOUI9 ,
WC ATJ N CI ALL
E. P. TURNER,
TAYLOR a GRIFFIN
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
Iron and Brass Castings. General Machine WorK.
Telephone 342 214 4th Avenue, Southwest
4- -ARt)MORE. IND.TER.
Tho larKCHt, tho host oiiulpped, tho imir practical, ttix moat protresslre aud tbe
nwit kn'cehaful bualnoaa col lone lu Indian Territory. Day and nltlit nchool Iho outlra
) uar. Day pupila attvnd ult;ht achoul without extra charge. Tuition $10 per month or H0
for unlimited Huholarahlp. Hoard $10 to U'l.tO per mouth. No vacation, lmplli may ,entei
at nny time. Kvery pupil In placed on his merits or may advance aa rapidly as his ablliti
will permit, Thorough tralnlnic In shortest tlnieconalatent with eOlclruoy. Heterunces
Auy hank or Uualneaa Urui In Ardmore, For catalogue addrcsa
a. B. SEL.VIDQB, A. M. XI., ACCTS.. President, Ardaore. Indln Terrltoo