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Ardmore, Wednesday, December 1?
'Hh 1111 V . PAGE THREE Uric acid 1b n deadly polton that Is produced In the human body, and It is the duty of tho kidneys to collect this )K)lson from the blood, and to pass It safely out ot the systom, toKether with all waste water. It li the presenco In the body of an oxoeaa ot uric acid that emmea bo much i Bin and suffering, and so mnny ot tha nchea that are commonly at tributed to rheumatism. The kidneys nre bean-shaped or gans, composed of masses ot little tuber, nil ot which pour their secre tions into a main channel that lend to tlio bladder. In this way Uio kid neys pass oft moro than an ounco of poison every day when In health. Hut It docs not take much to Bet the kldnoys back, and when they gei behind, they cannot right themselves without help. Tlio uric acid hoglns to clog the kidneys, causing that dti... heavy aching In tlio back, and sharp twinges when stooping or lifting, it crystallises In tho muscles and Joints, nnd every turn or twist brings keenest torture. It attacks tho nerves with neuralgia and sclatsc.i. It brings hendachr. dblncs-s. languor, and dis orders ot tho urine OAN S Sold by all dislm. Price ADAMS WAS RELEASED. Was Arrested In Connection with the Short Killing at Hugo. 1'nilB, Tex., Dec 11. K. C. Adams, who was nrreBted on tlio chargo ot murdering Hubert Slmrt at Hugo, I. T., several weeks ago, has been re leased nt tlio examining trial the commissioner remanding him to the grand Jury sitting nt Antlers, which 1ms just adjourned, 'mat body did not find a true bill against Adams nnd ho was therefore released. December 12th In History. 1731 Dr. Krnsmus Darwin , poet nnd scientist, grandfather of Charles Darwin, bom; died 1W)2. 1757 Ctdley Clbber, poet, died; born 1071. 17SC Wlllam Learned Marcy, statesman, and cabinet officer, born nt Southbrldge, .Mass: dl.-d 187 1731 Mnrla Louisa, second wlfo of Napolean, Uirn In Vienna; died thcro FUST x HIDDEN DANGERS "Gverv Te Is I - Lt Try a good kidney medicine, if you havo any ot tho nbovo symptoms. Thcro Is nothing clso so prompt and cffcctlvo as Doan's Kidney rills, and KIDNEY so cent. 'ForrtA-Miisusa Co, Buffalo, IS 17 1801 -Spain decared war m.ilnit Oreut Ilrltaln. 1813 .Maurlcj P. Do Haas, noted marine painter, born nt Rotterdam; died lS'Jj. 1S72 Kdward Knrrest, tho actor, died In rhlladelplila; born 1S0G. 18SD Robert Drowning, poet, died; born 1812. loi Martunl received the first wireless message sent across the At lantic. Election Notice. Notice Is hereby glwn that l-o regular annual meeting of tho toe it hulders ot tho Ardmore National Hank of Ardmore, I. T., for the purpose of electing nlno directors to servo tho ensuing year", will bo held on Tues day, January Sth, 1907, nt tho oitlce of said hank, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. G. V. STUART, Cashier Ardmore, .. T., Dec. 8 , 1000. I x 'i REDUCTION this remedy has no effect on Uie other organs, except to drive out the uric poison that Interrupts their action. It cures the kidneys and thus ends the cause of disease. ltlcli, pure blood nnd lasting health result. Doan's Kidney l'llls are recommend ed by your own townspeople. Ardmore Testimony. A. M. Cox, drayman, living between I, and K streets, on Sixth avenue, N. V, Ardmore, I. Bays: "Several months ago I had a feeling that my kidneys were not acting properly nnd although not troubled very much I be lieved I needed a remedy to put those organs In a healthy condition, before the trembly got n firm hold on me. 1 noticed that tho secretions from my kidneys acted Irregularly, wore at times scanty and highly colored nnd too frequent. I went to W. It. Frame's drug store and got n box of Doan's i.dney l'llls. Tho use of thin remody relli ved mo tho first night nnd soon brought thP kidneys back to their nor jinal condition Doan's Kidney l'llls are ! worthy of n trial by nil In need of a I backache or kidney medicine." PILL N.Y., Proprietors. Warning. Tickets for "I innsmnn" will go on sale Wednesday morning nt 11 d'cIgck. I'artles wishing tickets should bo there early to avoid tho rush. 11 DoWIU'b Kidney nnd llladder I'lIU quickly drive tho poisons from the system ami thus afford relief. A week's treatment for 25c. Sold l7 Hoffman Drug Co. Warning. Tickets for "Clansman" will go on sale Wednesday morning at 9 u'clcok. Parties wishing tickets should li'j there early to avoid tlio rush. ll Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup drives out the cold nnd stops the cough. Contains Honey nnd Tar. Prce from any opiates. Conforms to tho National l'uro Food and Drug I.aw. Pleasant to take. Held by Hoffmnn Drug Co. Wo nro offering bargains In guns. Come In nnd look through our stock. 11IVENS, COIUIN S. KKHNSLUV. VV Vi-ffS, OUR GREAT Is An o N I IIIS SALL hns a mi)KIp jiurposo find that is to tnako n litiTal c i arnncf of all Winter lotliit Wo'vo cnioyctl ti most i?cn orous patroiiavf; wo fool it ..ur tl ty to always oITlt oti now. s-as...abV t'luthin-. To do this wo must mako. a complfto clpniniico of proM'ni stcoUs. One-third off must olToct tlio desnod rosult. I'mes a.-uo for it, values arKtni of it and tlio oods tltoinsulvfs climax till aiuinonts, for i hoy tiro a I tins winter's now.wt stylos anil fabrics. l,iko ovurythin olso wo undortako, w .h a wholesoitio jiurpo.-.o to aoe.i.ii.sh, our i.Jij. in this caso, "it's complete clearance" wo'vo ono aoout it in a way you must npptoo, wo yo mtido a third off price so .1. of induction to upp y to every .sua in tlio liouso. It's convenient for you when ym soo a suit marked ijl.i 00 to pay us i-li (ill or u Sir..0U Kami, nt pay us Slo.tK) for it, and so on. Wo haven't mado tho reductions on tlio neo itekots. It s ash r to make tho reductions as you bin , because wo haven't loft out nnythinir from tho buenlice, and tlio original price tickois themselves remain intact and loll their own story of how low you are buying. One-third Seal. uction $20.00 5 oUITS $18.33 $25.C0 SUITG $16.07 $22.50 SUITS $15.00 $20.00 SUITS $13.34 $17.50 SUITS $11.67 $15.00 SUITS $10.C0 $13.50 SUITS $9,00 $12.50 SUITS $8,33 $10.00 SUITS $6.66 $7.50 SUITS $5.00 Quality never yet deceived, while price is often the mask deception. Buy quality. Buy Burton-Peel Clothing. NEWSPAPER CHAFF. The millionaire who can't digest The fftxl his paint craves may be Umg featured, sol.'iun and possessed Of never-ceasing misery. Hut think ttf those poor jieopie who Although they arc not tnlllonnlres, Have stomacln which refuse to do The steady duties that nr.- theirs. Chicago Heeord-Hernld'. i In the state of Washington a rail- ! way bridge hud been destroyed by tire, and It was necessary to redace It. The bridge engineer and hia staff were ordered In haste to the place. Two daye later came the atterln-1 tendent of the division. Alighting! irom nis private car, ne eiiccuiitered the old master brldge-bullder. "Jc," aald the superintendent, and the words quivered with energy, "I want this Job rushed. Hvery hour's delay costs the company money. Have oti the enslneor's plHns for the new bridge?" "I don't know,' replied tho bridge builder, 'whether the engineer has got the picture drawn yet or not, but the bridge la tip nnd tho train Is IhihsIu' over It." Argonaut. I Richard Mansfield, at n dinner pait In New York, conlrlbtlreu ait ai.eedote to tho old question "f tllO H.inlly of llntulet. ' One morning In the Woit." he said, "I met a young rrlend of initio ami asked him where he had been tho night beforo." '"I went," tny young friend re pled, "to see So-and-So's Hamlet.' '"Aha, diil you?' said I. Now tell line do you think Hamlet was mad7' " 'I certainly do,' said he. 'Thero wasn't a hundred dollars In tlio houst " Chlcng Inter-Ocean. Mrs. K. H. ThoniHS, the dny her horse "Nemesis won at (irnvosond was congrntulated on tlio brilliant success of her racing stnblo. "When ono wins," Mrs. Thomas an swered modoBtly. "one's losses nw forgotten. Hut in racing one's lossos nro many and tho keeping of n stu bio has its troubles. "Tho general Idea of a racing sta ble, tho Idoa that It Is ono long tri umph nnd Joy, Is vory wrong. It is as exaggerated as the foreigner's de scription of cur mamoth hotels. "This man said of our hotels: " "In American eve-ythlng is on n ! grand scale They havo gigantic buildings of incredible splendor. 1 T SEMI - ANNUAL Occasion Men Have -THIRD OFF lled In New York i.i a hotel uf such j colossal ptoportlons that when I rang the hell Thursday eenlng the waiter j would come to my room Monday morning."' New Orleans States. I . I The Irishman wanted to sell the 1 dog. says the Dublin Preninn. hut , the prospective buyer was siisplclotl.4 j and finally decided not to buy. The ' man then told him why he was an anxious to sell. "Yon see,' he said, "I bought the dog and thratnetl him moself. I got him so he'd bark all the tolme If n person stepped Inside tho gate and thought I waa aaro front burglars. Then mo wolfe wanted me to thtnln nlm to carry bundles and I did. If I put r packet In his mouth the dog would keep It there till trmt one took It away. Well, one night I woke up and heard some one In the next room. I got up and grabbed tun gun. They were there, tltreo ct tho scoundrels and the dog." "Didn't he bark?" Interrupted the in a u. "Sorra n bark, he was too busy.' "Htiay! What doing?" "Carrying a lantern for the bur glars!" Uxclisnge. Two brothers, aged 0 and 10, re spectively, pupils In a public school of Washington, were recently absent for a period of two weens. When the elder oi the boya returned to his class he brought st note from his father stating that the cause tif the absence of Ills two children was Ill ness. "Where's your brother Dick?" nsk eil the teachur. "Is he still slckt" "Yos, iim'atn," replied the pupil, "he's still In lied with a broken nrm." "I'm sorry to hear It. How did It happen" "Well. It is this way, ma'am. You Hco. Dick nnd I was trying to reo which tine could lean out of the sec ond story window the furthest, nnd DIcH won." Hxchnnge. t "Hlil'' Sweeney, a negro, canto down to Utlca from the Oneida Coun ty almshouse to vote Tuesday. A watchful patriot stopped forward briskly and when Sweeney's inline was called, said: "I chnllcngo you.'' "Well, Ah hain't gwlno to fight you. Ah'm too old." said Hill. "I don't want to fight you. It's your Mite I challenge." tho patriot sntd "Well. Ah ain't a gwlno to lose my voto In no challenges or fights or anything else. Ah'm a gwlno to vote, nnd that's all there tun to It "Aro ou a natio of the oilt-I Learned to Watch OVERCOATS 1-4 Off HE $25.00 OVERCOATS $18.75 $20.00 OVERCOAT3 $15.00 $15.00 OVERCOATS $11.25 $12.50 OVERCOATS $9.38 $10.00 OVERCOATS $7.50 $7.50 OVERCOATS $5.63 $5.00 OVERCOATS $3.75 Statrs'.' the Inspector asked. "No. I hain't no native of this here United Suites, said Hill. "All a-bi-rn In Maryland." "Were you ever naturalised?' "Dnnno what dat am, boss, but I was laccinated otico." "Have you received any pay for your vote?" Dolly. I couldn't find any. An I looked around sime, too.'' ' Have you, or do yon expect to nay anyone for this vote?' "Am dla a 'mitsemeut place, boss? Ah'd like to kufw hows Alt kin pay fer a vote when All hain't got ncenL Ptmny questions yer asking me." Hill was allowed to vote. New York World. A colored preacher look some can dldatea fur Immersion down to a riv er In Umislanu. Seeing some alliga tors In tho stream one cf them ob jected. "Why, brother," urged tho pastor, "can't you trust the ml He too. care of Jonah, didn't he?" "Y-an-s." admitted the darky, "but a whale'B dlff'rent. A whale's got a inem'ry. hut ef ont o" deni 'gators wits ter swnller dls nigger, he'd Jes go ter step dnr In de sun nil' ferglt all 'bout me. 'Argonaut. Given Up to Die. II. Spiegel. 1..I N. Virginia St., l!v nnavlllo, Ind., writes; 'Tor over five yours 1 was troubled with kidney and bladder nffectlons which caused me lunch pain nnd worry. 1 lost ilesh nnd was all run down, and a jr.ir ago had to abandon w.nl; nli.cly I ha I th .? of the best physicians who did mo no good and I wns practically given up to die. Foley's Kuliiuy Cure wns recommended and the first bottle gave tno grent relief. After I ikmg the rf-t. ond bottlo I wns entirely cured. HnfT man Drug Co.; City Drug Store. Madden sells Toys for less. Kvory dollar joit spend at the Y. M. C. A. llaznar will Ihs returned to you ten fold In tho handsome home that will be built In the city for the young mon. c-C Warning. TickctB for "Clansman" will go on snlo Wednesday morning nt 9 o'clock. Parties wishing tlckctB should bo thero early to nvold tho rush. 11 Cascasweet, tho ideal medicine for tho lltllo ones. Contains no opiates. Conforms fully witli National l'uro Pood and Drug Ijiw. Wrlto 1". C. Do Wltt & Co., Chicago. III., for tho "Daby Hook." Sold by Hodman Drug Co. E for of SEASON 14; jri MORE SALTON SEA TRQUBl PROPERTY VALUED AT TWEN-TY-riVE MILLION AT STAKE Southern Pacific Railroad May be Compelled to Construct Two Hundred Mile ot New Track People Loie Hornet Viiiim, Aris., Iec, It. On nmr Hit) Colornilo lllver In Mowing into tlio Haltoii sink nl lh Irniwrlsl ami CoHChella valleys nre one nn mciiseeil lir rlslns wslors. Th main line of the Southern Pacific mu-t itKain ho moved to hlulior groiind tin less tho water can lnt hrouRht nml. control. A thontanil ioopk nl alt..n Iwsln must hue thatr hrmiea, lncln.l Inn n (iimrter of n tnllilon acres of furnilim Intnl. the Houthern Pacltlc liiillil 200 miles of new main lIRe. anil Irrigation loiit Yimm mnst be bImii ilnneil. Tho government's Ignna ihtm IrrlgHtlim jiroject msy Iwroni mii Impossibility. At n Mmservatlv estimate, moro thsn $i5,000,000 of present vnlues are nt stake upon Hip success of the engineers to close tho hrenk. What Is k.-own as the Hint ilnm was thrown across the dun nel. ami an enrtli illke was built up pnmllel to Hie river for ton mil s. tunlnly In .Mexico. On th. Arlrtina aide nt the rlor Is tho government lll.e. Pour dnys ngo water found Ita way through both dikes, flooding InrRo arena. This wns thought to bo Korloiis but not considered critical until Saturday night, when the water developiHt a dlatlnctlve channel and dlaclosod tlio fnct Hint the entire river li n il found Its way around tho Mind dam Into tho channel from which ll. had Juat been Itnrrod. Tlio dam Itaclf Is uninjured. It la believed here that the South ern l'aclflc will Imtueillntoly hegln the construction of forty miles Mf road nroun the Salton sea about fifty feet nbovo tho present grade. CASUAL PHILOSOPHY. Learn to laugh. A Rood laugh Is better than medicine. I.enrn to ntend strictly to your own business a very Important point. I.enrn tho art of saying- kind nnd encouraging things, especially to the young. Learn to nvold all Ill-natured re marks and eveiythlng calculated to create rlcttun. !,oarn to toll n good story. A well told atory is as welcome as a sun beam In u sick room. I-earn to stop grumbling. If you cannot see nuy good In tho wurld, keep tho had to yourself. I.e irn to keep your troubles to yourself. Tho world Is too busy to enro for your Ills and sorrows. I.enrn to greet your friends with a smllo. They carry too many frown In their own hearts to bo bothered with any of yours. I.onrn to hldo your nches and pnliiH undor n pleasant smile. No uno cares whethor you havo tho oaracno, hendacho, or rheumatism, MlataKcs nro pnly funny when they don't hurt. Mnny u woman navor listens to her husband till ho begins to talk In his sleep. Kvory man should know his duty. Then ho can recognlzo It In time to dodge. Sumo peoplo wnsta a lot of tlmo wondering how they should treat their Inferiors. Many a bachelor lives to bless tho fellow who married tho girl ho was in love with. AVhon soma peoplo drop a hint It seunds liktt n ton of ttwl going down the chute, I Ion von will probably make somo peoplo so dlziiy thoy will want to Jump off. Two fools and on wise man; bow foolUh the win man looks to the fools. Tho almighty dollar may be taint ed, but few of us wilt ever catch tho Infection. Appoarances may bo deceiving, but npearancos plus talk como pret ty near Indexing a man, CltUentnlp Claims. If you havo a citizenship claim pond ng and arc not yet enrolled, or have other buslnesn boforo tho Interior De parttacst, wrlto Immediately to Wll lam W. Wright, registered attorney, Offices, Washington Loan & Trust Ilulldlng, Washington, D, C. Warning. Tlckots for "Clansman" will o oa sale Wednesday morning nt 9 o'clock. I'artlos wishing tickets should j thero early to avoid tho rush, Jl A Dig Snap. Wo havo n lino uf buggies which we offer for a few days a' oxnet cost. M J. U. S Pit AG INS & CO.