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Ardmore, Sunday, October 2fl, 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMORfJITB SEVEN 1 tiahy mik 0 mother should be a source of ioy to danRcr incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of .nis pother's Prlcnd is the only remedy which relieve women of tl ii it pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded as v oman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger Is avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are tut longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing cotuiitkns are overcome, uie system is maue reauy tor tile coming event, and the serious accidents so common to the critical Lour are obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold, ' Hays many who have used it. $1.00 per bottle nt druir stores. Dook containimr valuable information of interest to be sent to anv address free upon OflAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., J. A. BIVEN8, Preildent DON LACY, Vice President The Gifv National Bank APDMORE, INDIAN TERRITORY Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Fands 75.000,00 Acoanu si Rrint and Individuals tollcStcd. CourUoutt tritmni accordod to all alllc, L. P. ANDKIUJON. Frel( O. L, ANDBIUON, OnhUr FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ardnor. Indian Territory Capital Paid In 9 60,000.00 Smrplat Fcndf 240,000.09 Tottl 5300.0PC.e4 Tbe oldnt btnk la Itullin Territory. Aoaoanla of arui ti(l IndtTlOnax tollolted upon the mail liberal termr oonrlilt with cooa tnuHat GraanBimiffiSuas J. U. SPUAGINS, Vlco president. P. C. DLNC-S. Vice President. E. V OHEEN, Casliler O. (!. HA&TIN'Gri, As3t. Cishler C W BAbMIJACII, Preoident. BANKERS' NATIONAL BANK Capital StocH, paid up, $200,000.oo DIRECTORS. K. V Orem O. T. Gregory. 1'. C. UhiG". M. Gorman. S. T. nicdEi. It. P. Poland. J. 1) Spraglns. A. 1''. .louus E. A. Walker We want your banking business and offer every coutesy that Is con consistent with good Banking. T'.;,7fff7vHe'i"7ry The News from San Francisco Is that mora of tho Firo Insurnnce companies will fail bofort tin losses arc all settled. If your Fire Insurance is with Carter & Cannon you can rest assured that tho company insuring you will not be one of them that fail. CARTER & CANNON Ml Kinds of Insurance- P. 0. Bldg., Phone 22H successiul Man , I Has ono mli lio always abides Uj in making J purchases, and Unit rule is to BUY THE BEST- The best does not always cost the most. For rj i;.uuij fit, tuuiv. iwi- uiu gj iJt s- 'i tsi s I a 1 Iwitifi n " tlwt lH John Deere and Velie Buggies Moline and Hitcheli Wagons McCormicK Mowers and RaKes These goods aro 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. Wo have in stock a lino lino of Hay Ties and can promptly supply you. Remember, we soil tho Charter OaK Stoves and Majestic Steel Ranees Corrugated Iron, Odd Lengths. Bivens. Cfhiu & Frenslev I SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE The Dw&Tyd Ardmoreite els a pain upon period nning ail, but the sufTt'ri anu scry. great all women, will application to Atlanta. Qa. A. H. PALMER. Canhlcr FRED C. CARR, Asst. ChU.. U. F. F11KW8LKT. Vlo-Pri. O. 8. MAUFIN, Atl'l 0iblr C W. Baumbnth. t . P. Van Denborg. Geo. L. Dashnor. J For AM the New All tbe Time. Every mother f threat dread of t' and. danger attend;, tho most critical of licr life. Bci RflAlhAi lHVIHVl Friend I B IN SOCIETY CIRCLES (Continued from page wlx) Miss Latent Woods returned Mon day from a plensnnt visit to her friend Mrs. Clnrk of Mllburn. Unrvoy Johnson Is out ngaln to the delight of lils ninny frloiiils, who fear ed ho was In for a lung Nidge of Ill ness. Al Cottle litis toslgued hi;. position with the Open Sessl' Theatrical troupe and In down In Mnrlettn court ing this week. Lewis Marston ranu lionu Thtirs- lay from a visit of govern! days to friends In Dallas and Cleburne. .Mrs. Hert rosier, after spending sov-t-ial days with her brother, Stanloy Ilruet. In Dallas and sight seeing nt the fair, returned Thursday. I Fred Klnkndo made a business trip 'to Pin-cell during Hit week. Mrs. I). Curl Wood of Port Worth , Is visiting with her mother. Mr. M. IKaid out In Ferndnle. I MIbscm Vera ami Zoo Ollvo will leave Tuesday for Ttilmi where they KO as delegate from tho Olio club to tho annual convention ir the Fed oration of Woman's lobs of Indian , Territory. I A merry eiowd of young people at tended tho Dallas fair Sunday, who were Misses Ollvo, Vina Olive, May bul Johnson, Lizzie White. Hnlt, Edna Chancy, .Mrs. Hoy Ilradford. Mes srs. Olln Wolvorton. Harry Williams, Jim Staples, J. V. Cnboll, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Foster. I Misses Mnmle N'lsbett and Lizzie Dovo aio visiting with friends in Davis and Sulphur for a few days. Miss Janpttc Moore nnd W. II. Mooro Jr., left Tuesday for Dallas to join their sister, MIbs Alice, who Is attend ing the fair. The many friends of K. C. Tucker are Rind to see him out again after n short but severe spell of sickness. 1 Willie Itnrrowninn .who has been up ! the road in tho Interest or the "Mid .night Express" leturned Friday. Miss Miller of thu land ofllco nnd mother lelurned Thursday from a vis it not til. Kodol for Dyspepsia eontaliis the digestive Juices of a healthy stomach and will put your stomach in shape to perform Its Important function or sup plying the body and brain with strength building blood. Digests what you eat. relieves Indigestion. Sold by llofrmau Drug Co. Foley's Kidney euro will cur0 any caf or Kidney troublo that is not be yond medical aid. If off man Drug Co. nnd City Drug Store. A Card. I this Is to certify that all drucslsts are authorized to refund your money If Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure your coiirIi or cold. Cures la Rilppf cough nnd prevents pneumonia and consumption. Contains no opiates. The Rcnulno Is In a yellow packapo. Re fuse, substitutes. HolTnian Druir Co. and City Drug Store. ctter Than Any other. Cuero, Te May 23, 130.". Ship ono ross Dr. MendenhuU's Chill and Fever Cure. Wo hnvo been selling your Chill Cure for Tour i ears anu u iuv-ps lienor general re sults than an Chill Tonic we have "ver sold." Cuero Drug Co. Sold by W n. Frame. Just received, a car load ot corn gated Iron, all lcngtliu. DIVENS, CORHN &FRENSLY. i Doctors Endorse it. Lang Bros., druggists, Paducali. Ky.. writo: "We sell moro of Dr. Men deiihnll's Chill nud Fovor Curo than nil other remedies combined, having retailed over ,0-i .tottles In one son son. Phislclnn-. her prescrlbo It and persons who once iiko It will hnve no other Sold by W. 11. Frame. Result of Neglect, In most cases consumption results ri ..l a neglected or Improperly treat ed cold. Foley's Honoy and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs nnd pre vents serious results, it costs you no moro than tho unknown preparations .iiiu j mi siiuiiiu insist upon iiaviug inc genuine in the llow package, Hoffman Drug Co. and City Drug Store An Awful Courjli Cured, "Two years ago our llttlo girl had a to'ich of pnoumonla which loft hor with nit awful counh. She hod spells , of roughing JiiBt like ono with the ( whooping cough and some thous:i' i sno would not get wen at nil. wo g , a iiottio of Chamberlain s Couch Item. edy. which uetod liko a charm. She stopped coughing nnd got stout and fnt, writes Mrs. Ora Ilussard, Urn baker, ill. This reniody la for sale by F. J. Ramsey, w. II. Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., Homier & Donner. Particularly fortunate buyl-u; jjvos us a stock of spongos that will nlTord you splendid vnlucs. Wo havo sponge ror all purposes. F. J. Kamsev. dm gist. 2 Ramsey's Headacho lCllzlr Is a safo remedy. There nro only good .sults from lt;i use. It banishes headnciiu al most Instantly. Guaranteed. 23 e-jnts, F. J Rauisoy, druggist 21 Henry E. Jones of Tampa, Fla. writes: "I can thank Clod for my pres. ent health, duo to Foley'a KIdnoy Curo. I tried doctors and all kinds of kldcoy cures, but nothing done me much good till I took Foley's Kinney cure. Kour bottioji cured me and I havo no moro pain In my back and shoulders. I nm C2 years old, and suffered long, but thanks to Foley's KIdnoy Curo I nm well and cun walk and enjoy myself. It Is a pleasure to recommend It to thoso meodlng a Itid noy medlclno.'' Hon'man Drug Co. and City Drug Store. People read all the he afternoon paper. want ads In TO THE VOTERS OF CONSTITU TIONAL DELEGATE DISTRICT NO. 102. Notlco Is hereby given that In Con stitutional Delegate District No. 102. tho Hepubllcan, Democratic. Socialist and Independent parties have nomi nated the below named persons re spectively as candidate for the oillce of delegate to form a constitutional convention for the proposed statu of Oklahoma, and thnt tho names of said candidates will appear upon tho olll clal ballots under tho tltlo and device nnd In tho order, as follows: ItHPUIJLICA.N PARTY TICKET. (Log Cabin) (Circle) For delegate to Constitutional Con ventlon, District N'o. 101. (Square) WALTKIl COl.!WT DEMOCRATIC 1A11TV TICKET. (Rooster) (Circle) For delegate to Constitutional Con vention. Dlstilcl No. 102. (Square) L. J. AKEKS. SOCIALIST PARTY TICKET. (Open Hand) (Circle) For delegate to Constitutional Con entlon, District No. 102. (Spnare) JAMES R. ALLEN. INDEPENDENT TICKET. (Clasped Hands) (Circle) For delegate to Constitutional Con dition, District No. 102. (Squaro) WILLIAM J. DOSSBY. In order to vote any ot tho rorcgo- ling tlcketH the voter should enter tho election room and nnnouiico his nnmo to tho two clerks of election, one or whom will deliver to him ono iiiilot, nnd tho other will hnnd him a stamp. Tho voter shall then, without leaving the room, enter any unoccu pied booth and Indicate the candidate ror whoine he desires to vote b stamping n cross in tho eirclu above or In the fquiiro immediately to tin- eft of such candidate's nnine, after which and before leaving tho booth, he shall fold his ballot so that no part of tho printed mnttor thereon will be exposed, and shall return tho stamp to tho clerk from whom ho received It and deliver tho ballot to tho chair- limn, or Judgo acting as chairman, who shall forthwith, In tho presence of tho voter, judges ot election and watchers, deposit the samo In tho In.' ot box. Any other mark than tne cross-mark for tho purpose of voting or any erasure made on tho ballot, makes It void and It cannot lie count ed. TAMS RIXIiY, JOS. A. GILL, W. II. II. CLAYTON. Districting and Canvassing Hoard in Indian Territory. Muskogee, Ind. Tor., Oct. 20, lDtifi. Advice to Housewives. No homo Is so pleasant, regardless of the comforts that money will buj. as when tuo entire rainily Is In per fect health. A bottle of Orlnn Laxa tive Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It will curo every iner Iter ot tho family of constipation, sick .loadache or stom ach double. Hoffman Drug Co. and City Drug Store Liquor the Issue. Trontcn, N. J., Oct. 25. Liquor leg lslatlou I tho issue in the present cnnipalgn in Now Jorsoy. Tho result of the primaries show that John Dryden will succeed hhnself as United Stab") senator from this state. In Essex county tho Republicans are harassed by the Colby following, liit-t, ,wit m itinlml, til r; ltd flriu-tl or fight for tho. tlckot, as Loader Wil liam II. Martin told them to do, and the very ministers who ciitno down trre Inst winter and promised to pro tect the Republican party If thoy were attacked for passing a llqucr-reguhu-Ing law lust Wednesday afternoon cnmplicntul tho situation by naming a full legislative ticket In Essex. Tine and tried friends of the family Do Witt's Little Early ltlsers. (lood pills Sold by Hoffman Drug Co . Quail Shooting at Wynnewood. Ardinorclto Special. Wvnnewooil, I. 'I'., Ocl. 25. Thu ni'-mbers of tho Frod Seward Theut- rlcal company, who aro playing a week's engagement hero, yesterday enjoyed a days shooting nnd proved that they were net only good actors, but expel t shots. Mr. Sterling, tho man who doe3 the heavy parts, had thirl) -two quail to his credit, while Mr. Sewatil, the owner and manager, bagged thlrty-ono. Mrs. Seward and MIhb West got a bag full of pecans. This combination during their week's sta hoie aro making friends both professionally and socially. Two of the members will learn how to fly at tho next meeting of the Fraternal Or der of Eagles. Just what Is In Cascasweel Is on th bottle In pluln English. Ilest tor baby's atomncli, bowels, and loss of sleep. 50 doses 25 cents. Sold by-Hoffman Drue Co. CLOTHES MADE UPON HONOR by the STEIN-BLOCH TAILORS of Woolens Wool Tested They will fit you nnd save you money Try? This Label Stands for 52 Years of KnowinR IIow SUITS $18.00 to $30.00 OVERCOATS $12.50 to $25.00 Tread well Company CLOTHIERS FOR MEN THAT KNOW neWltt'H Witch Hazel Salvo tho oiiginnl and the nnmo Is stnmpod on every box. GVaxI for eczema, tetter, bolls, cuts and bruises, and especially recommended ior piles. Sold by I toll man Drug Co. For First-Class Plastcrinjj see Uncle Tom, the Plasterer. All work Kiinranteod llrst class. Ho Is now located in Ardmoro and will make his headiiiaiters at A. F. Jones' lumber yard. His ill years' experience will give yon a llrst class Job. He comes to our town rceoiumcndoil as a llrst class plasterer and It will be to your interest to :ieo him and got prices and first clns.i woil. For In formation, see A. F Jotu. Cheap Rates to rnia aed Mexico Dally until October 31st, Col onists' tiekits will bo on sale to California and Mexico points at exceptionally low rales: f MQ1TIUD MW J vvTT7- j O tiiul;rniH'lL'i Muxlco City r,oin Lot aiibIc Ouailnliijira Chicago $;n 1! I St. Louis ?.'!U 1 Kansas Cit f!15 $21 Uiiiaha $2f $2& l'arsons $25 $27 Oklahoma Cll $25 $32 Through tourist sleepers from St. Louis and Kansas City on Tuuiday of each week You step into the cars here and do not leavo them until you roach Sun Kraiicisco. Ask your nearest roilroad at't. for rates or address w. st oiconoE tieti'-Tul I'assonger Agent M. K & T U. Wnliiwright llldg. St. Louis. OEO. It. HECKEH. I). I'. A , M. K. & T Ity Olilahoma City. Ol.la J. L. WILSON. ritEiailT TIIANSFKK AND a Aaa AOE LINK. OOt at Junorlcwi RMtUcruC WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS ABOUT OUR 3: Bis Hand Flour t t $ i' t t t t Wc don't want to sh ut it's praiscB and disturb tin :iir with its report. It isn't neces sary on our pari. Yon will do all the praising once you become ac quainted witli the BIG HAND FLOUR The particular house wife always insi" on petting the I3i; Hand Fi.oi'R and won't take anything else, because she knows its iulitics arc superlative. TYLER & SIMPSON COMPANY i t D 1 S T l 1 13 U TO R S ..4....h...j...-.....j....:..j...:.. WHY use Klour made by out side mills, who have no interest in ARDMOUR, when you can j,'et Pl&nsifter Best Flour on the market, as cheap? Made nice and fresh ev ery day, by your Home Hill Kvei'y sack of goods wc make fully guaranteed. Sold by all of our G'ro crs for the past H years. Whaley Mill Elevator Co. USSXIZJSHfSMXRKSXS: M AMERICAN J Hotel and Restaurant KuroiH-im Plan W. J ALEXANDER, Proprietor. $ Cater to I'lrxt Class Trade Only nlll'M 1V AND NlflllT INSURANCE AGENT .- Prompt Settli-mcnt on Fire and Tornado Losses 4 ARDMORE HACK LINE D. E. FLYNT, Prop. Hack leaves for llenldton at G:30 a. in. Hack leaves for Elk at 7: 30 a. m. Direct connection with all Inland towns west at Ardinore. Leave all bundle '. Nobla Bros.' Store. CARTER'S ROOMING HOUSE No, l. 111 K. JIulnHt., at C'lilniwo Rtistaurant No. 2, IIS W. Main, Criloo UiiUtlllu,' No. 1, 1M A St., N, W., Luhui Uullilinc BEST 25 CENT BEDS IN TUE CITY HINRI.ti 1IOO.UN SO CKNTS t'UONB ill, . AHUUOKU, I. T