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Ardmore, Wednesday August 8, 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITS THREE. m 1 Every woman knows that a polished table collects so much dust in a day that she can write her name cn it. The same thing happens to a soda cracker exposed to the air sufficient reason for buying Ur.eccia Biscuit the only soda cracker. Perfectly pro tected in a dust light, moisture proof package. r NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPAHV 9 Many Delightful Summer ..Kesort.. In the "Land of the SKy" and "Sapphire Country," East Tennessee, Western N. Carolina and Virginia Are reached via the Southern Railway with Convenient Schedules and Stooping Cur Service For Information KpgnHIni; llcftortK, listen, Schedule anil I)eorlptlv t.Uuraturu, Call on or Write M. H. BONE, Western Pass. Aijt., 410 Scollard Building, , Dallas, Texas. Bido-a-Wee Trips m All Season Tours ! i vi hock itLNa i j. .;. To Minneapolis Very low rates urcount 0. A. It. Encampment. Tick- (i et ou sale August 10, i: uuA 12. v- 1c Milwaukee Very low rates acount annual meeting V. O. U. Tick I ota oil tale August 11, 1 and 13. 2 To Colorado Low rules all summer. Siteolal reduction! September 23 and 20 Itialualr. ' X To California Low rate ail summer. Solal reductions September a $ and li Inclusive. . x To Mexico Tnre and one-fifth for the round trip all summer. $ t' To the Great Lakes Very low rates all season, j To the Atlantic Coast Very low rates all Benson. i 4. Ask for Hoc'.. Island literature and rote quotations before competing . ... . n iasssMsBeACr GEO. H. LEE, J. S. McNALLY Gen. Fan. Apt. Dlv. Pais. nix. Little HocK, Arlt. OKlahoma City, OH. ... Suggestions for Your Vacation ... Northern Resorts, The Mountains Eastern Resorts The Seashore, Mexico VERY LOW RATES TO ALL RESORTS VIA CONVENIENT SCHEDULES EXCELLENT EQUIPMENT THE ONLY LINE IN TEXAS OPERATING PARLOR C PE CARS The Road That's "Up to Now" Tickets on Sale Daily Until Sept. .10, Final Limit Oct. 31 Evoryono should tnko a vacation. Let us iigur with you. Investigate tho advantages of a trip via The Cotton Belt Route. ask any aoknt oa .vourti:aH Gus Hoovbu, T. P. A., D. M. Morgan, T. P. A., Waco, Texas Fort. Worth, Texas John P. Lrhanb, O.V. St P.A , R. C Pvpb, A.G P. & P.A Tyler, Texas LOCAL UNIONS. WONDERS OF TWO STATES. RARDHRS' JOURNEYMEN INTER' NATIONAL UNION Meota first end third Monday ntghts in each month. Jim Wllklns, president; El incr Wright, secretary. CARPENTERS' AND JOINERS' OV AMERICA, No. 1028 Moots over; Thursday night, 7:30, nt Union Hall. 11. F. Cox. president; D. N Ferguson, secretary. INTERNATIONAL IJROTIIERHOOD ..OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS- Meets second and fourth Frldn; nights of each month. E. M. l'arker, president; A. A. Holcotnb, seer tniy. RETAIL CLERKS' I. 1'. UNION, No 036 Meets second and fourth Moa day nights In each month. 1wls S. Shelkowlts, president. L. 11. Horn, secretary. imiCKLAYKRS'. MASONS' AND I'LASTERERS' INTERNATIONAL UNION No. 0 Moots every Satur day night. J. II. Dixon, president; A. D. Uronn, secretary. I'AINTHRS, DECORATORS AND ""A I'ERIIANOERS UNION NO. 2.- Meets the second and fourth Satur tiny nights of oach month at Unloi, Ilt.lt. T. J. WAOK8, I'resldunt T. C. RNKR, Secretary. TEAMSTERS' UNION, No. 683 J II. DeArmnnd, president; O. W Youns, secretary. ARDMORE TRADES COUNCIL Meets first and third Friday nights in eacli month at Iibor Hall. W. C. Reave, president; D. N. Forcu son, secretary OIL LAND FOR LEASE. On August lit, 1000, nt 2 o'clock p. in., nt the oliloe of tho Southern Trust Company, Atoka, Indian Territory, the undersign! will lease at public out cry to the highest bidder, 120 acres of Innd adjoining the town of Wheeler, Chickasaw nation, Indian Territory .and described as the Northeast quarter of the Southwest quarter and the noith iinlf or the Sou tli oust quartor cf sec linn 22, Township 3 South, Rang 2 West. The Terms of the Le&c. 1st. It will run for live years from date. 2nd. It will reserve to tho lessee one tenth of the output of oil, or gas or other product. 3rd. It will require the lessor to begin the sinking of n well hy January 1st, 1007, and to prosecute with reas onable diligence the development of the property and will contain such other provisions, conditions and for- folturos as nre usual. 4 th. A cash bonus payable on tint the lease Is made will bo roqulred, and the bidder ottering the largest cash bonus will be awardou the lease, sub ject to tho approval of tho court. Dated July 1 Ith, 11)00. 1'ETEIt J. HUDSON, Curator of the Estato of Osborno Nh- klshl, a minor. lE-lm Hot Air Reminlscenses Apropos of Heavy Rainstorm In New York. A Texan, a man from Northern Win ronsln, and a native New Yorker stood looking out of the front door way o. a Times square hotel i ester I'dny afternoon In the rain. "It got dark In New York In a summer rain, doesn't It." observed the 'ew Yorker to the others when the storm was nt its height and the skies wore, uiack. "I wonder " "Huh," interrupted the Texan, dis dainfully. Thats tiothln'. Why com pared wi'h a Texas sky In h hot uenther morni this New York dark ness, my di-iir sir. Is the aurora 'tore nla to Judgment day. Why. down In Texas when we hare h storm In sum met It R'tx so dark the rhlrkens gn to roost at ! o'clock In the morning The hens lay two eggs against the regular ehedule of one per dn . ai time llk- thnt, because they get two nt In twenty-four hours. The cloud nre w close yo can reach out and grab 'om 8ny, yon don't know Texas, do you?" continued the Southern man. growing enthusiastic. "Why down In my einintr' the unaware so fat we havo to put them on roller akatea he'Hn lhy oun't move otherwise. The eauU-i down there are red, white smd i -1 u an "Pshtw. that's nothing." IntirJecel the man from Wisconsin. "Yon iaU abctil nsi tire's phenomena? Yu tiav tn sjo to Wisconsin to we tluit.nuii of thlnn Take tuo mosquito crop n around the takes where the II 1 pad thrlre. Win, tho malarial bird ix h, thlok up there that you can uo out Into the wood auy moonlight nU'u tnd you'u swear there never wni moon. Swing a paddle and it Miutid- ns If you'd hit the sldo of a bei-f wtiii a tmseball bat. Slash a holi ktiif. through the air and It'll Mp vtp' blood " "Come on. men," Interrup'i d th New Yorker, with a yawi. "v gtvt something better n't that riplit in the lioini' here, an' Ita prinrlpnl Ingre dlents iiln't hot air, either. Thw otilv coat three for forty cents, stialutit oi high mi' I'll buy." They adjourned. Xpw Yoik Tlnn- Special. My home place on O street south west for sale. See me. 22tf F. M'. a.VTES AYLESVVORTH TO ENTERTAIN. With Two Dayo Picnic and Barbecue. The Sneakers. Invitations have beou received in thli. and many other cltlea over the surrounding country tt attend the two ditys' picnic and barbecue which 1m to be held at Aylesworth ou August 21 ami 26. This picnic was announced some time ago by Ayleswnrth citi zens. The entertainment Is ulven under the Ayleswarth Rod and Ouu club. The following speakers nre ad vertised to be prosent and address tho gathering: Hon. Loe Cruce, Hon. W. A. Ledbutter nnd Hon. Still woll II. K'issnll of Ardmoro nnd lob WllllniiiM of Dttrnnt. Those HpouKers nro all noted Democratic politicians. "Make Hay while the aun Shines." Thoro In n Iobboii in tho work of tho thrifty fnrmor ho knowa that tho bright sunshlno may Inst but a day nnd ho proparos for tho ahowers which aro llnblo to follow. So it should he with every household. Dys cntory, dlnrrhooa nnd cholera morons mny attack somo mombor of the home without warning Chnmborlaln's Colic. Cholera and Dlarrhooa Rentody, which Is tho best known medlclane for these dlsenses, should alwnys be kept at hand, as Immodlato troatment Is necessary and delay may provo fatal. For sale by F. J. Ranifny. W. II. Framo, Ardmore iter ft nonnor. Drua Co., non- Farm Loans Wo havo money to loan on farm lands quick action no delays terms to suit. Write uus. INDIAHOMA REALTY CO. 17ti Ardmore. l. T. BREAD AND MILK HER ELIXIR. Women's Diet for Fort Vev, Dies at 106 With Form of Ctrl. New York. Who' lw a dU f bread nnd milk tnkm :i1nt - i xi lu slvely for ii years Is ri-sionHlble for tho rtmarkable preservation iroin th effects of old nge shown In the body of Mrs. Mary Fay. who died In Hi" city nlmshotise at the nge of !'. years a few day ago. is a qnt-tlo' of dobato among physicians. Despite the extreme age of M.-n ay her bodv la In as perfect phys leal condition and as well ti'iurlshed iih that of a comparatively young w man. acconllng to Coroner's physica l Dr. Philip O'ilaulon. "I have iierformiid 1,550 autopsies." said Dr. O'liaulou, "but she was the If vl l it ii h ib iti iit vi i) vl) )i Clioose tliroo wordfi from the English language and you will tlnd Always the Same is the most slgnitli ant expression denoting qualities of dependence Always tlie same applies to PKLKER, as a Grocer and to the Gowds he hat dies. Goods that Are Always the Same: Chase A Sanborn's Coffees Queen of the Pantry Plour Heinz' Pickles and Preserves, 57 varieties Pride of Denver Plour. Always the Same FELRER Telephone No. 174 i'l a --a -a -js -.is -a -a -a is -.a & --a 0 9 The Successful Man Has one rule he always abides by in making purchases, and that rule to "BUY THE BEST" The best docs not always cost the most, For example, there arc the Moline and Mitchell Wagons John Deere and Velie Buggies McCormicK Mowers and RaRes These goods arc known the world over to be the best, and you'll find our prices and terms equal to if not better than other dealers offer. We have in stock a fine line of HAY TIES and can prompt ly supply you. Remember, we well the CHARTER OAK STOVES nnd MAJESTIC STEEL RANGES . . . . . B BIVENS, C0RHN FRENSLEY SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE lier flic jfi ken for I B nest preserved tMfrson I over Wire It not for the lines In h she would not have been taken more than IS years of age. She weltfud approx!imile,y 1 1" pounds and she a little more than five feet In height. The Ixxly wa. excep tionally well nourished and the teeth In both tipper and lower Jaws were ir perfect condition." A BIVENO. President DON LACY, Vleo Preldnt A H. PALMER, Cashier FHCD C. CAR It, AsiL Cathlsr. The City National Bank ARDMORE, INDIAN TERRITORY Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 75.000,00 Accounts of Arms and Individuals sol Iclted. Courteous treatment accordod to U alike. NOTICE. As chairman of the commltti o to see that all were foil at the statcl.o d celebration on the SSth, I find that I will have about $150 nfter trying nil bills contracted by the eommittie. To refund the many small amounts that belong to those who contributed would take somo time and would amount to very little to each mj in ti re4ted, 10 I have concluded to hold the money until the luh of August htibjeet to those who are entitled to It. Any one can get his pro rata tdmre by nilllng at ray olfloe on or befoie Au-r-itkt 15,1900. After that date the am mnt icft In my hands wnl be turned over tn the Y. M. C. ... committee. I have svtken to several of th - Ir gest contributors, all of whom ex pressed a willingness for tti'I ; amount to go to i.'ie i. M. ('. A. com mittee. Wo havo heard nothing but pralno at tho wny the people were fed nt the htntehood colobratlon will be ;Oow,n Ingly BratlfylnR to tho committee In whose clmrso the duty rosted. Vory respectfully. C. M. JOINElt, T-7t Chairman of Committee. Is always tho best way to do things. If you want satisfac tion in baking your efforts will certainly bo crowned with Mjcecss if vou use tho right brand of Hour. Why not try the LEADER brand? It is mooting with popular favor and its food qualities aro being apnreeiated by all who havo In it to die test; Try the LEADER brand Hour on your next btiking day and see how good it is. For sale everywhere. TYLER $ SIMPSON CO. Unnecessary Expense. Acute attacks of colic and diarr hoea come on without warning and prompt relief must be obtained. There Is no necessity of Incurring the ox lionses of ' g physician's ser vice in such onaes if Chamberlain's Colin, Cholera nud Diarrhoea Remedy Is at hsnd,. A dose of this remedy w r. Ue the iwtlent Jiefore n doct (i ild arrive. It hut never been kno to fi.ll, ovn In the most severe a d in'reross cist ami uo famly shoi bo without it. For sale, by P- J- Rm. ev. w. H. I'r me. 'Ardmore Drug Co.. Ronnqr & Donner. . I, r.ANUKHHOr4.rriil1a U. L. ANUEHHON,Clhlf H. F. KIIKMHLEY, Vlo I'r.l. O, B, MAUP1N. All ! Onbl.r FIRST NATIONAL BANK CKpttnl rrtld In ur?la Fund Ardmtre, Indian Territory . 60,000.00 . 240,000.00 Tou,.. S300.00MO tk' .n in ibdUu T.-li(irr ouoanll ot flrrai and InilltlilDiU ,.llHiiU ut-gu i mot! ltir Knui ooinlncnl villi gooi Hnklnit m 0 E