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Ardmrre, Friday, November 16, 1906.
THE DAILY ArBMOREITE OEVEH, v,) h il . Ti ? nn1 potash coul(l cure Contagious Dlood Tolson tha condition la which these strong minerals leave the system would wake the cure worse than the disease. Hut they cannot cure the vile disorder ; they can only coyer up the symptoms or awhile to break out with renewed v'o- encc when the . treatment s left off. When the virus of ContaK Mood Poison enters the blood the entire circulation becomes poisoned, and 'he loathsome symptoms begin to appear The mouth and throat ulcerate, hair and eyebrows come out. gland.? of the neck and groin swell, coppcr-colorcd spots appear on the body, and in severe cases sores nnd ulcers break out. and even the bones become diseased. S. S. S. is the only certain, safe cure for Contagious Dlood I'flison ; thousands have been cured by it after failinir w'llt he mineral treatment, Hot Spring, etc. It is the only remedy that is able to get at tne root of the disease and force out the poison so that no signs are ever seen again. S. S. S. is purely vegetable, being made of roots, hebs and barks, and never leaves any bad effects, but instead, tones up the stom tch and digestion nnd builds up every part of the svstera while removing the poison from the blood. nook with instructions for self treatment and medical advice ircc. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GAt J. A. BIVENO, President DON LACY, Vie Prtld.,M The City National Bank AHDMORE. INDIAN TERRITORY Capital : $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 75.000,00 . AoooaU M Iras and Individuals o letted, Courtoi ttunC accorded to al! aliko, L l ANDKHMON. FflliUo O. L ANDBKHON.C.ibUr FIRST NA TIONAL Ardmr, Indian Tarrltury Capital Paid Id 9 60,000.00 lurplni Fund 240,000.00 Total f300.OPO.00 Tb olrtf it ttnk la loilUn Territory. Aoooonii it flrrui -Mid IndlrlClotlt olfolled upon ib most liberal termi oodiIii vlib trood htnklng The Mews from San Francisco Is that more of the Piro Insurance companies will fail before the losses are all settled. If your Fire Insurance is with Carter it Cannon you can rest assured that tho company insuring you will not be one of them that fail. CARTER & CANNON I All Kinds of Insurance f An Army of Vvagcns Are standing ready to make quick deliveries of goods you buy here. Wo keep in ntock; Heinz's 57 varieties of Piclilcs and Preserves, Allegretto's Fine Fresh Chocolate Creams "Queen of the Pantry" Flour, Chase Q Sanborn's Coffee Fine Fruits and everything else good to eat, "under one roof.'1 GROCER w-r;ypriT''',-T OT ) ? 1 SPECIALS Six month's scholaiship and Oliver Typewriter (new) :.$100 Six Month's scholarship and Underwood Type writer (new) $125 bolvldgo Iluslnoss Collogo Is tho largest, tho best equipped, tho most pvnctlcal, tho most progress! and tho most successful Rust ncss College in tho Now Stato Owns and occuplos Its own build ing, which tofiethcr with grouads and equipment, oost $12,600. The best oqulpped Typewriting Department In tho Southwest. Good board can be had at 12.50 per month. Unlimited scholar ship $40.00. studonta may enter at any time. Reforenco: Any b.mU or business firm In Ardmore. Bond for handsome rtWstrated catalog It's free G. P. SELVIDGE, A. M., M. Accts. PRESIDENT SELVIDGE BDSIRESS COLLEGE Ardmere. Ind. Ter. A CERTAIN SAFE TREATMENT A. H. PALMER, Cashier KRED C. CARR, Ant. CishUr. U f rKK.NHLKT. Vlce-rrm. O. 8. UAUPIN, An I Outlier P. 0. Bidg., Phone 22h O GROCER La & SUE? Six month's scholarship, bootts and board (to ChicKasaw students only) $40 BANK SULLY DEALING IN 80AP. Leaves Cotton Market and Romp on Tallow Quotations. I New York, Nov. 15. Daniel J. Sully, ' onco known as tho "cotton king," has 1 abandoned tho fluid In which ho mndo ' his spectacular coups and lms gone 1 Into soap nnd tallow. He has becomo the head of n soap corporation which has $1,200,000 capital. The plant Is in Drooklgn, Sully, It wa3 stated yesterday, was behind the recent movement In the tal low market which has forced that com modity up 25 per cent In tho last few weeks. Sully said last night he was not try ing to comer the tallow market. "I went Into tho soap business some little time ago," he continued, "nnd fclnco Sept. 1 wi! have been accumu lating a year's supply nheml. Thnt'n all. We've got it now and I expect to sco the price of tallow slump off some. Wo have no Idea of forming or enter ing an American soap trust. Trust are not popular Just now.'' Have you seen the modern cooking wonder at BlTons, Corlm ft Frenslny's store. Come In any day this week. 1B-6 t Philharmonic Society Concerts. Artlmorelto Special. New York, Nov. 1C. i he sixty-Hun season of the Philharmonic society of New York wll open with a concert nt Cnrncgle hall this afternoon. Sixteen concerts will be given during the win ter. Among tho artists engaged arc Jo sef l.hevlnne and Aloys Hurgstaller, who will make their first apenranco In til Is country; Hugo Heerman, the vio linist and Ossip Unbrilowltuch, the Itusslan pianist. Wislly Saronofr, tho famous Russian musician, will act an conductor throiuigliout the season nnd not be heard with any other orchestra during his stay In America.. Tho Philharmonic season will close March 1G r.nd beforo Jhnt time some of the most lamous soloists or this coun try and Europe will have nppeared under the auspices of the Boclety. No Opium In. Chamberlain's XSe-ufjh Remedy. Thoro Is uot tho leant danger In giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to small children as It contains no op lu m of other harmful drug. A h an established reputation of nmr, tnHn thirty years as the inont successful medicine In uso for col'1, croup and whooping cough. It always cures and Is pleasant to tnki. Children like It. Sold by r. J. Ramsey, W. H. Frame, Ardmore Drug Co., and llouuor & Uonuer. New Catholic Residence. .n'inorclte Special. Wnsh'liifjton, Nov. 1C. Mnnngcr fiio niedo Falconlo, papel delegate to tho United .States, todny took up his resi dence In tho handsome new delegation building just completed on Washington Heights, In the most fashionable sec tion of the capital city. The structure Is tho result of a conference of the- bishops and nrchblshops of tho Unit ed States, held hero about n year ngo, when It was decided to appropriate 100,000 to erect a building to serve as the permanent homo and executive hcadquaiters of the papal legations to this country. Tho building commltteo which had chnrgo of tho plans and erection ot the edifice was composed of Cardinal Gibbons or naltlmoro, Archbishop Far ley of New York and ArchbUhop Ryan of I'ennsplvanla. , Tho completed structure while small Is one of the most beautiful In tho city. Be sure and on 11 at onr store one day this week. BItobs, Corha t Froasley. 12.5 I School Superintendents Meet. Ardmorclto Special. 1 Rmporla, Kan., Nov. 1C Tho sec ond annual conference or the Kansas Superintendents or City Schools con- t venecj n tho Iccturo room or the stato normal today, with nearly every city ir tho first and second class represent ed. A notnblo reaturo In connection with tho gathering or educators wns the Inauguration or President Josonli H. Hill or tho btato Normal school. Addresses wero delivered by 13. u. Hrynn, rormer commissioner of edu cation In tho Philippines; Governor n. Hocli; Chnncollor Frank Strong or uKnsas university; President David Folmoy or tho Illinois Stnto normal, and Professor A. R. Taylor or MIU1 ken University, Decatur, Ills. SHAFTER LAID TO REST. Remains Rest In National Cemetery at Presidio. Military Honors. By Associated Press. San Francisco, Oil., Nov. 1C WKh full military honors the remains or tho Into Major General William It. Slmr t ter wero laid to rest in tho national cemetery at Presidio today. Rlvens, Corhn & Frenaley are rIt Ing free a handsome set or ware, well worth $7.50. See advertisement la this paper. it.5 ArkanMt Baptist Convention, rdmorelte Special. Texarkann, Ark., Nov. 18. Nearly 1,000 delegates aro hero to attend the Arknnsns Baptist Mate convention, which opens today hi the hamlso'mo new Ilerch Street llaptlst church. Tho sessions will continue four days. Tho meeting promises to be one or the niot largely attended nnd interesting church gatherings ever held In tho state. Minnesota Charity Workers. Arrimoroltc Special. Red Wing, Minn., Nov. 16. Tho MlnnoRotn State Charities and Correc tions conference opened a two days' session hero this morning. Y. W. C. A. Convention. Ardmorclto Special. Danville, K, Nov. 1C The Young Women's Christian association Inter state convention has attracted vlsltora rrom many states to this city today. An elaborate piogram or entertain ment has been nrranged by tho local committee. The meeting will last through Sunday. , Tomorrow's Football Schedule. Arrtninroite Special. Princeton. N. J. Princeton vs. Ynlo. Cambridge, Mass. Harvard vs. the Dartmouth. Philadelphia Pennsylvania vs Mich igan university. Ithaca, N. Y. Cornell vs. srartli more college. West Point. N. Y. Military academv vs. Ilucknell. Annapols, Mil. Naval academy vs. North Carolina university. Washington. D. C Georeo WnshliiL'. ton university vs. Vlrglnln university. .Minneapiiis. Minn. Minnesota vs. Cnrllsle Indians. Chicago, 111. Chicago vs. Illinois university. Madison, Wis. Wisconsin vs. Pur due. & Amos. la. Iowa Aggies vs. Grlnnell college. Galcsburg. III. Ueoit collego th. Knox college. Xopeka. nKn. Wnshburn xs. St. Ma ry's college. Detroit. Mich. Detroit coleco va Michigan normal. St. 1ouls. Mo. Washington unlvcr slty vs. Missouri university. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis university vs. Drake university. Denver, Col. School or Mines vs. Colorado university. Snlt Ijiko, Utah. Utah university vs. Colorado university. Seattle, Wash. Seattlo vs. Rerkcley. Oal. Rlrmlngham, Ala. Alabama univer sity vs. Auburn. Knoxvllle, Tcnn. Tennessee univer sity vs. clemson. HER COOK PLAYED LADY. Took Week's Vacation, Spent All Her Money and Returned to Work. Tho Chicago News saya a prominent woman on tho north side has Just re lated to a row of her Intimate rrlend.i me story or" her cook'B vacation this Bummer. The cook Is a handsome, dig nified woman, nbout 35, who always dresses In good taste. She had a tailor suit made beroro starting and as she departed for her two weeks' holiday her mistress could not help thinking what a superior looking person she was. Sho railed to leave any address saying sne would write tram her des tination, which, however, she did not do. When the rortnlght had expired sho returned looking well and happy and much more nmiable ror her rest. At tho end of the week she borrowed a dollar fnm her mistress with manv npologlcs, but saying she had spent all her savings, which nruounted to $70, during her vacation. Naturally her mis tress was surprised and asked her how the had done it. Sho explnlned that sho had deter mined to be a lady ror onco In her life, nnd Insteid ot leaving tho city sho had hoarded nt one or tho fashlun nblo hotels, registering as Mrs. S. rrom New York. Sho had one or tho nicest rooms, hnd her breakfast served there beroro dressing, occasionally took n drlvo In tho forenoon, went to tho nmtlneo twlco a week and dined In style. Sho becamo acquainted with sonio nice peoplo rrom Philadelphia, who entertained her at various down town restaurants and theaters, nnd. in short, led tho llfo or a woman of wealth nnd position. Now It wns all over and sho was qulto content to resume her nocat!on. Tho mistress wns aghast and the only thing sho said was: "Sa rah, I think you wero mighty clever to do it all on $70." After Forty Years. Donlson, Texas, Nov. 15. Hilly Doc tor, a Semlnolo chief of Florida, was hero today en route to tho Seminole nation, Indian Territory, to visit rel at Ives nnd a son whom ho has not Bten In forty enrs. Rockefeller's Daunhter Dead. Cannes, Nov. lo. Mrs, Charles A. Strong, daughter of John D. Rockefel ler, died this morning In tho hotel Du Har. Mrs, Strong had been 111 for somo tlmo and suffered a paralytic stroke on Nov, 12, after which sho sank slow- ly until the end. The body will bo sent to America ot tho end of this week-. flnbscrlbo-foT'TSe Ardmorclto. When You're Heady to build don't overlook the fact that W. i. Duvls can furnish you tno best mill work or anyono In tho cltf and can also savo you money eu lumber. All Kinds of Shop and Mill Work W, I. (MIS GOT WEEKS BROS. PRACTICAL Tinners and Plumbers Moved to South PROFESSIONAL ( OLUMN LAWYERS. H. O. Potlerf. H. A. Walker. POTTERF & WALKER Attorneys nnd Counnolors at Iiw Ardmore, Ind. Ter. tttdou 1C. 8:11ns. Albert J. Lve. BAMS & LEE, Attorneys At Law. Olllcc In Noble Hldg. Phone No. 092. Real Kstatc, l.iw and Titles a Specialty. Crot. J. W Clll. W. O. Halfhllt CLLIQ 4t HALFHIt.L. Rooms 21 and 22, Homestead Rim Civil ana Indlnu bulneis exclu Ively. MU8KOGEK. IND. TKR WILLIAM W. WRIGHT (Ketftateri'il Atlirpj.) (Formerly with Dawe Commlil n Contests, Citizenship Cases and otLt matters before tho Interior De partment, Kielualv.iW Ofllccs Washington I.onn & Tnut building. Washington, D. (3. )Uit J kL AI'fLHM VJHAa. II UhhILL.' UunU'tlrr "Indlnu Ai'tlre (. ami TrKllt-i' Onurl l'rHCillKiut-r KAPPLER 4 MERILLAT Attorneys and Counnolora-at-Lav. "rautloe litjfuro nil Courtii. CoiiKrrat. Utx rDinnl DepartuiHUte nl Oomiulivlooi IndUn cih t aiinnlnltT. iftlKn. Ilnnil lildv v.ohitiHl" n J. . N.oO Ki- Attorney at Law Office over Hamilton's Shoo Stoie. CLINTON O. uUNN. Attorney at Law Ardmre Ind. Tsi W. F. Treiuaa. Ollle Andorton. FREEMAN & ANDERTON, Lawyers. Foianlngtoa & Sims Building. PHY8ICIAN3. V.P.TOK KKLLKIl.U.U n. II. IIKNIIT U V at rhoar It b(n7' OOlor fbritt l( von KELLER A HENRY Physlclanr and Surgeons. 9jr. Kr Niiar n.1 TbriiKl HinilHiUit peounlm Kvu (ll'e carll7 flimr min nvnr Hi-DDor HrinDr' ftrintns " lf DR. C. L. McCANN. Omcti: Htnng Rulldiug, over Hall t Hlllls. Tolephouca: Oiflc. iJJ residence 68S. C. E. SHACKtLFOPJ, M. D. Physician and ourgcon. Olhco nnndol Ilutldlng. Ollico Phouo CC1; Rosldenco 741. G. E. GOODVIN, M. D. (Offlco over Hall & Hlllli) Pnonea Offlcp 34J: rsldei,c 107 DR. J. E. WOODARD. Dentist. .Room 12, Nonio Rulldlng, next to. Dr. J. M. Vadou's Olllce. Phone 68. LA. J. P. FAriN, Dentist, Over Hall & Hlllli,. Phono No. 401 ANDERSON & WHITAKER, Veterinary Surgeons. Office: Smith's I.ivery Darn, fhene iar. 'lti Daily Ardmorelte 60c a monUX Mm 'i: .yryr.tr"-. TDD Washington Street WHY use Flour mnili? by out Ruli' nulls, v.'lio huvi no inurt'st in AKUMOlilfi, wlion you can got Plansifter Best Flour on tlit market, ns cheap? Mtule nice ami frvsli ev ery day, by your Home Mill Every sack of j.-ooi1h wc inako fully guuranteeil. Solil by all of our Gro cers for the past 8 ears. Whaley Mill & Elevator Co. PLASTERER For First-Class Plaster. ni sec Unrlc Tom, the Plasterer. All work gimrnntecd Ilrst class. Ho la now located lu Ardmore and wl" make his headquarters at A, F, Jonoa I lumber yard. His 31 years' experiences will give you a first cIuhs job. Ha comes to our town recommended 03 n first class plaBtoror nnd It will bo to yonr Interest to hco him nnd got prices and first class work. For In formation, see A. F. Joiiuk, -f-i-f-i"i"-'f AMERICAN Hotel and Restaurant Kuropt'an I'lnn W J ALEXANDER, Proprietor. CMteri- to Firm Clnxn Trn.lo Only OP UN DAY AND NinilT H--M--K--' ! -n-n--n-:- f D. REDFIELD INSURANCE AGENT Prompt Settlement on Firo and Tornado Losses. -f--i"M.-:.-;.-i.-h-H ARDMORE HACK LIKE D. . FLYNT, Prop. Hack leaves for Healdton at C-.30 a. m. Hack leaves for Elk at 7: 30 a. m. Direct connection with all Inland towns west a: Ardmore. Leavo all bundlou ui Nobta Bros.' Store. For Trade. Newly Improved residence property located in noted watering and health rosort and railroad freight division point In Texas, for Ardmore improved property. SIDNEY SUGGS. lltf '11 lit I Iffrt itm: t