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Ardmore, Wednesday, March, 4, 1908
BY IMPURITIES IN THE BLOOD
If Old Sores were due to outside influences, or if the cause was confined
Strictly to the diseased flesh around the ulcer, then external tn ititietit and
simple cleanliness would cure them. Hut the truil le is in the Uo.. l. which
has become unhealthy nml diseased, and keeps the sore open by continually
discharging into it the impurities and poisons with which the circulation is
filled. This poisonous condition of the blood niav be the icui.nnsof some
constitutional trouble; the effect of a lotiR spell of sickness, or because the
natural refuse of the body, which should pass off through the proper avenues,
lias been left in the system and absorbed into the Mood. Attain, the cause
may be hereuitarv ; biit it does not matter how the poison In-coines intteiiched
in the blood, the fact that the sore will tiot heal is evidence of ndeep underly
ing cause. Salves, washes, lotions, etc.. may cause the place to scab ovci
temporarily, but the blood is not made any
Syjps purer by such treatment, and srn the old
CSk? (yJ inflammation and discharge will return and
jkK the sore be as bail or worse than before
54' 9 Tif S. S. S. goes down to the very bottom of the
foulile. cleanses and purifies the blood, and
PURELY VEGETABLE makes a permanent cure. S. S. S enriches
and freshens the circulation so that instead of
discharging unhcaUhv matter into the place, it carries rich, tissue -liutMitiij,
flesh-healing blood to the diseased parts and in everv way assists in a natural
cure of the sore. Hook on Sores ami I'lcir-i and any medical ndvice flee to
nil who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Fresh and Cured Meats
Wo hnvo in stock at all times the llncst, fresh
inputs and also all the uood cured meats. Hesides
Swift's Premium Huron we have the home cured
breakfast bacon that is lino,
fresh and sweet. Wo mako
sausago, jirossed meat, and
M& handli! everything that belongs
r'A in a llrst-elass market. Phono
your order anil prompt deliv
ery will bo made. This largest
market and best market South
of Kansas City.
.IHSSH .1 AMI'S, Manager.
DENVER PEOPLE IN HARMONY
DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS
NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY
WAS ORGANIZED IN THE COM
MERCIAL CLUB ROOMS
Deliver. Colo.. March I - S;ieeMl
"It Is a strange- sight to see re
publicans anil democrats workikng to
gether In harmony, but that Is wha;
Is taking place In Denver iiiwida.v.
ald a visitor o this city from th
West to a newspaper reporter yes
terday. "Thero will be a meeting ot
first Importance to Colorado held li.
Denver July "th when the national
democratic committee meet there n
nominate a ticket. Denver citizens
w'tliout regard to party are working
hard to make everybody who oni-
feel at home. There wm n cjmpnet
heiweon ileinoerats and re mi I) II cam,
before the convention was jored
that makes It the duty of ,vrv citi
zen to live ii to his best behavior
while the convention Is lino.
The citizens ot Denver sent n
committee to the oast to secure cith
er the republican or democratic con
vention for this year. The residents
of Denver miaranteed the. expenses
of the convention to the extent of
flOO.000 and It was stipulated that
If the republican convention, which
meets first, could be secured the
committee was to go after the den
ocratlc convention, to bo held at a
later date and an additional $10l),00u
would bo provided to help pay its
"The efforts of the Denver commit
tee to secure the republican fmncn-
( t'on were unsuccessful, so ihat meet
ing -went to Chicago. The effort then
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Seventeen barrels of Coca
Cola wore served at our
fountain in 5c drinks during
the past season. It's more
Coca Cola than all t lie other
fountains in the city sold.
We know how to servo
Hoffman Drug Co.
In tho District Court of Carter Coun
ts State of Oklahoma.
W. II. llleakniore, plaintiff, vs. W.
A. Dashlcll and J. H. Hutchliis, De
Xotico Is horeby given that I will
on Hie Cth day of April, 19QS, at
the court hone door In the. town
of Ardmore, expose to sale to the
' highest and best bidder, for cash in
hand, the following described prop
Jertj. situated In the town of Aril
j more, Carter county, Oklahoma, be
ing Lot Three in Block Two Hun-
Necessary with Statehood.
Phase of Justlca Procedure.
Invaluable to tho Now Jus
tlces ot tho Peace and of
Interest to all Official and
For Sale by the Ardmorelte
Publishing Co., Ardmore, Ok.
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Kowdon cotton seed, Towa
silver mine corn, vineless
pumpkin yams, sweet po
tatoes and Spanish peanuts.
Kosidence 1 -1 mile. South of
R. L. SCOTT
the plat made out by the Townslte
Appraisers of the Choctaw ami
Sa.il sale having boon ordered by
the District Court of Carter County
io hatlsl'y debt of 97u.00 with ten
per cent (10 percent) Interest there-
on from June 5th, 1005, until paid,
In tavor of W. II. Hleakmore and
against the defendants herein, ami
the cost of said suit.
And I have been directed by said
order to make said sale; I have
also been directed by said order to
collect the money for the purchase
price thereof and mako to the pur
chaser a deed.
This the aid day of March. 190S.
J. II. A KUUS,
I11-1S-2". Sheriff ot Carter County.
in. idi- to secure tin- m.-. una of Un
democratic convention mi ded and
the republicans of Colorado er
bound to stand by tli arrangement
i'lid make the convention a success,
the same as democrats -would have
been bound Imd the republican con
vention have been seenred. The cham
ber of commerce of the city of Den
ver composed of democrats and re
publicans alike, Is doing everything
in Its power to Insure the success
of the convention. It U strictly non
imrtlsHii, tho object bent the Rood
that will accrue to the city of Den
er by entertaining the delegates to
tho Junto convention royally and hav
ing them go home and say that they
never had such a good time In their
lives as they lind in Denver.
"The Impression prevails hi some
quarters that the hotels of Denver
put up thu money and paid the ex
penses of the democratic conven
tion. This Is a mistake. Only a ver
small part of the money was ad
vanced by the hotels ;and conse
quently any statements made to the
effect that tho hotels are trying to
get their money back and are raising
prices are wihont foundation. The
prices will not be rained because the
hotel men regard the convention
merely as their regular summer bus
iness and there Is no occa-don to
charge more than at ordinary time.-
While the sons and daughters of
Old Kentucky were busy holding a
meeting for the purpose of organl ,
ing a club In the parlors of tbc ,
(illmer hotel, the sons ami daughter
of the New Kughilid suites were 1
holding a like meeting In the rooms '
of the Commercial Club. I
The N'cw Unglaiiders who live In
this city nre enthusiastic Okliihoniau-
but still retain a tender spot In their
hearts for the native hills of Maine I
Vermont and New llamitshlre. A pi i I
manent organization was perfected J
and the first meeting of the sin-let ;
will be a "Maple Sugar" meeting. I
to be held at the home of Dr. ti i:
Goodwin on North Washington sue. t
The following olllcers were elected J
President, Captain 1. 1.. Pearl ot
Vice President, L. It. Marston ot
Secretary-treasurer, 11. (5. Sp.iuld
Ing of Vermont. '
Hxociitlvo committee Ocoiko r
dates of Connecticut. II. A. Sh-i.ml
of New Hampshire, Mrs. 0. K. tiood
win of Vennoiit and Mrs. L. It Mat
Kntertnlniuent committee Dr. O I.
Ooodw'In of Vermont, MlSs J '
Moorman of Massachusetts,
Harding of Massachusetts.
Giving Away Maps.
Tho Ai-dmoi-idto lias two or threi '
capaclt of the city of , i1UMdrod maps of tho state of Okla ,
ample for a'-l pur
THE INNER CIRCLE HAS KLEP
TOMANIA OR CLEVER THIEF.
Muskogee. Okla., March I!. Musko
gee society has been thrown Into a
state ot intense excitement by the
operations of a kleptomaniac or a
clever thief who has succeeded in
getting away with articles of value
at a number of social functions given
recently and which wore attended by
the socially elect.
At a reception glvon Friday after
noon at the homo of Mrs. Fount
Crabtree a valuable plume was clip-
SUIT AGAINST DEAD MAN
homa which will be given away alt
i solutely free. They will not la1 1
! but a few days. Come now If on
want one. If you want to order b)
ma.l send 10c to cover postage.
COLLINS, ONE TIME PENSION
AGENT, LEFT OFFICE UN
DER A CLOUD
Washington, Mar. M Special.
Uncle Stun Is the plaintiff and Wl
Ham T. Collins, deceased, the defend
nut of a suit brought today. Collins
was at ono time pension agent for
the District of Columbia and loft
behind him a shortage of $ ID,.r.25.0(i.
The suit has been pending lor over
Tho title of the suit Is The United
States vs. William T. Collins. Th"
present action is to collect from the
Decide In your own mind the kind
of home you want, the lotdtlon, the i
price you want to pay ami the terms '
desired, then come to us. Wo will
be able to give you what you want
at very low llguros.
K!tf Klgglus-Suggs-MIIbiirn Co.
GAS DILLS ARE DUE.
All gas bills for February are due
and must be paid at the company's
office n or before the 10th of the
month to get tbc discount.
2-8 ARDMORE HEAT S. LIGHT CO
JUDGE SCORES CITY
ted from a hat worn by Miss I.eo-, executors of two of the eight of
nore I'orter, daughter of the late Collins' sureties the amount Hint an
Chief Porter. When she went to put j investigation showed ho was shert.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Arrival and Departure of Trains at
Union Depot, Ardmore.
Tho following schedule is effective
on and nftor Sunday, February 0, on
tho various railroads at Ardmore:
No. C 12:07 a. ni
No. IS 11:37 a. in
So. 31C 5:45 a. m.
(Dally except Sunday)
No. 5 5:10 a. in.
No. 17 4:22 p. m.
No. 315 10:35 p. m.
(Dally excopt Sunday)
No. CC2 C:10 a. m
No. 004 12:30 p. m.
No. GG3 9:15 a. m.
No. C01 7:50 p. m.
052 7:35 a. m,
No. C51 8:30 p. ru.
Prof. H. A. Howell, of Havana, Cuba,
Recommends Chamberlain's ..
"As long as I can remenibor my
mother was a faithful user and
friend of Chamberlain's Cough Hem
ody, but never in my life hnvo I
realized Its truo vahio until now,"
writes Prof. II. . . Howell, of How
ell's American School, Havana, Cu
ba. "On tho night of February 3rd
our baby was taken sick with a very
severe cold, tho next day was worso
and tlio following night his condi
tion was desperate. Ho could not
lie down nnd It was necessary to
hnvo him In your the arms ovory
moment. liven then his breathing was
difficult. I did not think that ho
would live until morning. At last
I thought of niy mothor's remedy,
Cliainlieriain s ontign lioniedy. wnicn
wo gave, and It afforded prompt re
lief, nnd now, tlneo days later, ho
has fully recovered. Under tho cir
cumstances 1 would not hcsltato a
moment In saying that Chamberlain's
Cough Komedy, and that only, savod
the life of our dend llttlo boy. For
sale 1.'. F. J. Kanibey and Hoffman
Drug Storo. wk
Col. Sox In Town.
Col. Sox Is In the city for a few
daya and will tako plensuro in call
ing on any of his frlonds who may
need his services In the way of sox
or made-to order underwear. At Cruce
Maxwell building, Phone 312. 4-3
No Use to Die.
"I have found out that thoro Is
no use to dlo ot lung trouble as
long as you can get Dr. King's New
Discovery, says Mrs, J. P. White,
of Kushboro, Pa., "I would not bo
allvo today only for that wandorful
modlcluo. It loosens up a cough
qu.ckor than anything rise, and euros
lung disease oven after tho caso is
pronounced hopeless." This most re
liable romtHly for coughs and colds
la grlppo, asthma, bronchitis and
hoarsonoss, Is sold under guaranteo
at W. B. Framo's drug storo. 50c
and $1.00. 'Trial bottlo free.
tho hat on she found that In In r
hastt the thief had not only clip
ped the plume but hail cut a hole
In the hat and left the scissors lying
by the hat.
A private detective who has been
working on tho case developed the
fact that this Is but one of a series
of such incidents that have occurred
recently. A few days ago at an af
ternoon reception a valuable brooch
and a pin were stolen from the host-
oss during tho reception and a short
tlmo prior to that a guest at another
reception found that $20 had been ex
tracted from her purse while It was
loft with her wraps. But tho most
daring pleco of work reported was
when at a reception tho table cover
of Mexican drawn work nnd tho side
pieces, were stolen from a room
which was filled with guests.
Tho fact that all these thefts oc
curred In the afternoon parties
where thoro were no gentlemen
proves that tho thlot Is a woman,
md tho fact that they ocurrod In
rapid succession at different houses
precludes the theory of dishonest ser
vants. Tho thefts have been kept se
cret by the losers until the last one,
nnd when It became public reports
on the othors wore rapidly forthcoming.
Society women aro In a stato ot
suppressed excitement such as was
nover before known.
The Lucky Quarter
Is tho ono you pny out for a box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
bring you Uio health that's more
precious than Jewels. Try them for
headaelio,, biliousness, constipation
and malaria. If they disappoint you
tho prlco will bo cheerfully refund
ed at W. B. Framo's drug storo.
More Hops More Beer.
Portland, Ore., March 4. Special
Olllclal estimates of tho Oregon hop
crop for 1907, just mado, dace the
total at about 150,000 bales, which
Is from 10 to 30 per cent, greater
than In tho early guesses of the deal
or.?. About two-thirds of tho crop
has been shipped out or tho state.
Tho growers havo realized fair prices,
but aro now forming an organization
on co-operative linos that contem
plates making the hop Industry moro
Collins was pension agent for th
District of Columbia from 1S0J to
1S72. and left office under a cloud.
Succeeding Investigation showed hu
was short $19,525.00. Ho was
promptly sued by tho government.
He left the Jurisdiction and evaded
throughout life service of papers by
deputy United States marshals.
Tho government Instituted sultfl
against his sureties who had gone
on his bond of $100,000, but never
realized anything from six of them,
Mid finally sued the surviving twi
sureties, Itohert Boyd and !":nin
II. Slater, both now deceased.
Tho caso went to trial. A ver
dict was In favor of Boyd and Sla
ter, but the trial Judge granted a
now trial. At the second t'iai the
.miy returned a verdict ngaln In fa
er of tho two sureties. When the
case was takon to the court of ap
peals, however, the verdict was re
versed. Tho cas0 for some years has ap
parently been forgotten, but It will
bo revived by the suit instituted
Tho suit names Oeorgo W. Evans,
disbursing clerk of the Interior de
partment, as the executor of tho
estato ot Hobort Boyd and Oeorgo
IC. W. K. Slater, as tho parties In
tholr capacity as executors who
should mako good the shortage.
GAS BILLS ARE DUE.
All gas bills for February are due
and must be paid at the company's
office on or before the 10th of the
month to get the discount.
2-8 ARDMORE HEAT & LIGHT CO.
SAYS CONDITIONS IN SAPULPA 1
ARE DISGRACEFUL MUST
Sapulpa. Okla.. March I!. Statin ' I
that conditions In Sapulpa oil jail I
ftilf.rti lui "ti ttn lift iwiit t n i'iiiii lI i it I
reports of conditions In Russian pri ons
In Siberia," Judge Caruthers oi
thu district court has ordered that all
prisoners he given immediate trial
or be freed.
With F. M. Shelby, tho Kev. Hoon
and representatives of tho press, the
judge visited the jail and then deliv
ered a scorching criticism on the
manner in which it had been kept
"Some of the prisoners have been
lu jail four mouths pending trial.'
said the Judge. "They aro charged
with offenses that may bo true, but
It Is Inhuman to keep a man lu that
"It needs cleaning, and must be
cleaned. The jail Is tho filthiest place
I have ever seen. It Is a disgrace
Mr. John Itltha of VInlng. Ia., says:
"I havo been soiling DoWltt's Kid
ney and Bladder pll's for about a
ynai and they glvj bott-'r sfatlsfac
tlon that any pill I ever sold 1
havo used them myself win flno re
sults." Sold by W. 17. Frame.
ft must bo mighty comforting to
a castaway on a desert island to
know ho doesn't have to call on his
Fear for King's Life.
Madrid, Mnnii 3. Comtiderablo
concern Is being felt In this city
for the safety of King Alfonso and
Quoon Victoria on their approaching
visit to Barcelona, which Is sot for
March 12. Tho nowspapors regard
tho trip as Impriidont in view of
tho agitation created by tho many
recent bomb outrages In that city
and blamo Premier Maura for not
Bonding a protoxt for cancelling tho
Cano seed, millet seed and alfalfa
at Joo Bastlne's. 311m
Solid for Bryan.
kOmaha, Neb., Mar. 4. Special.-
Alfalfa seed at
tiii: wk.vi.th or tiik south.
Amonc tiio wonderful stork" of Industrial
troKrus.'iln tho South nonu is mora amarliur
tlmn tlmt. nf i In, irmivtli ii f tho Cotton Seed OH
Industry. Yuar niro, after tliu cotton was llemocrats and Populists of Nobras
pinned, tlio seed was thrown away at worth-1 1.- ...m i,pi utnto convention
lss In fact It wan rctfardi-d a a nuUaiitfo. Ka vm ,l0,il ulLlr Bliuu L0"0l,u"
Today cotton sued contributes million of hero tomorrow anil will chooso lVry
dollars annually to tho wualth of Utu Hiuth. , o
Improved processes of cruiiiiiir tho seed and an dolegates to the Denver and St.
f-nu,in.tV,VVi Ji-oVlV5uiJi,,n!uVrti,TaV j IuJh conventions. There Is 110 oWo.
il&P$nr t0 r'an am0UK th0 Do,mv
tcalled COTTOI.U.NK) is clalraetl by physi-1 crats of his homo state, and the
clans to Ixi uurur, and much inoru whole- ...... . , ,
korno than lard, aiid it is more economical. populist state central conunltteo has
too. As tilts f act tx-comus senurally n-con-, rop,,Pli nH fn vnrlnir tho tintn.
niiid. iite usnof Cotton sh! on in tho form Kono on record as i.norinfc mo iioiu-
0lV;iT,''i,:ti?v5':, V1 l.V t,r!?tIc,all.J:linl!,l"u,r',2 Inatlon ot Bryan at tho St. Louis
COTTOLEN KIsdostlnt-d to Uucoaiu tho ra-(
Uonal, natloual uoncu!n. I convention.
(ives that tintsli to clothing; so much tie-sired by
people who know nml uppreciiitu yood laundry
There is no need of sending any laundry work
out of town, (live us your bundle, and lot us prove,
our superior work.
We Kive tho most painstaking care to every
bundle whether it contains only ono collar or your
Wo mako it, our business to plcaso you. Wo
havo tho most skilled workmen and tho latest im
lMioue Ti7." and our wagons will call
WM. H. ROBERTS, Manager.
South Mill Street. - - Ardmore, Okla.
High Grade Groceries
Wo do not only c.irry all the staple groceries but we
keep over) thing in fancy groceries as well. You will
Swiss Cheese, Brick Cheese, Imperial Cheese,
French Peas Fresh Mackerel, Holland Herring.
Remember we keep everything good to cat under one
for the perfect equipment of the farm you'll
find here. We have made this class of goods
a special study and have in stock only the
standard makes. Look over this list and
come here to do your buying.
John Deere Turning Plows, John Deere
Walking Cultivators, John Deere Riding Cul
tivators, John Deere Stalk Cutters, John
Deere one-row Cotton and Corn Planters,
John Deere two-row Cotton and Corn Planters,-
Harrows of all kinds, Harness and Plow
Gear. We give reasonable prices and terms.
Bivens, Corhn & Frensley
THE PIONEER HARDWARE HOUSE
ARDMORE : : : : ; OKLAHOMA
Selvidge Business College,
The largest, tho best equipped, tho most practical, tho most
progressive and tho most successful business college in Okla
homa. Occupies its own building. Business and stenographic
courses only. Students ontor any wook day of tho year. No
vacations. Next class in short hand begins Monday Fob. 17.
Special combination oiler on scholarship Fox typewriter, tho
best visible typewriter. Send for catalog.
G. I'. SKLVIIKii:, A. M.. M. AccU., Pres.
T. X. COLEMAN
.... THE CITY DRUGGIST ....
Fjhphim 4. ... 9 W. Main St.