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Ardmore, Tuesday, April 21, 1908.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
; 7 ' n" ,
Never let your medicine
Jayne's I.xpcxtorant. When
n hurry have It on hand.
Pleurisy and Pneumonia often develop suddenly In the middle
of the nleht with u tlehtcniiu; sensation in the chest and a diffi
culty of breathing. Jayne's Kxpectorant taken Immediately will
generally ward off an stuck of tliesa dangerous diseases.
DR. D. JAYNE'S
Is also of Rreat benefit to Asthma sufferers, nnd Is splendid for re
lievinc sudden attacks. Coughs, Whocpni; CoU;h, Croup, In-
llammation of the L.unr;s, pain
Uronchitis have all been cured
successful remedy durini: its
uet a uottle for your meilicine
sell it. Three sizes, 11.00.
Jarnt't Tonic Virmlfuil U a reliable tonic for the whola
family Splendid for children a aale and clltctlve
Jlfnt't Sanatlro Fill
alcat remedy known
CONDEMN THE DISPENSARY.
Medil al Association In Resolutions
Will Ooycott It.
Kl Ueno, Okla., April 'JO. Tho Ca
nadian Coiuity Modlcal Association
last night ndo,itid resolution.!, con
detuning tlio Stato lluuor dispensary
"Whereas, Tho dispensary system
as provided for In tlio recent 'boozo'
bill In ulxnit to ho established; and
Whereas, Tlio physicians will ho
held nccoiintablo for tlio prosperity
of tho dUpcusary; bo It
"Resolved, That wo, tlio members
Whntevcr threatens woman's delicate sense of modesty, frightens her.
For this teason many a woman permits disease of the delicate womanly
organs to become aggravated liecanse she cannot bring herself to submit
to the ordeal of unpleasant questionings, offensive examinations, nnd
obnoxious local treatments, which most physicians think necessary.
Doubtless thousands of the women who have taken advantage of Dr.
Pierce's offer of free consultation by letter have been led to do so by the
escape thus offered from n treatment repugnant to modesty.
Any sick woman may writo to Dr. It.
V. l'lercc, Iliiltulo, N. Y., in perfect
commence; an letters oi consultation
being treated as Ktrictly private mul
snercdly contldentlal, iiml nil answers
being cent In plain envelopes with no
advertising or other printing upon them.
Kncli consultation costs you nothing
whether you take, treatment from Dr.
1'ierce or not.
Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription has
been long hailed as a "(iod-send to
women." It makes weak women strong
ui. 1 rick women well. It enables wom
en offering from "female wenknem,"
jirolni -in uteri, retroversion, untever
ni ui. and other tliMilacemeiits of the
errant dictiiictlv feminine, to cure
tin ill-elves null! In the privacy of their
humeri, l'etvlc catarrhal drain's, painful
or irregular periods, backache, frcuuciit
headaches, weak nerves, dragging-iiown
pain or distress in the lower abdominal,
or peine, region, gnawing sensation in
r-totnach, dizziness, or faint spells, and
k tulred conditions nnd symptoms are
cured by Or. 1'ierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion It is not a secret or patent medi
cine, ng.iinn the tiso of which most
Ceople of mteliigeiice iiaturallv object,
ut is, in (act, tho "Favorite l'rescrip
tJnu " of a regularly educated and ex
perienced physician in the treatment
of woman's peculiar ailments and who
in not nli aid to publish all its ingredi
ents, ns he does, on its bottle-wrapper,
attesting the correctness of tho same
un li r oath.
"Fnyor'te Prirrlplnn '
nedicine lor Hniiian's deli
n the erne
Lilian s ilelirate nilnii iiH
l-ulltaillM nelllit-r Hlr-ohol it.tp
liarinliil, habit-lorininp 'rug. beinj- "n"
iun hijuin lAiimi ui I'uniiiM- prin
ciples found in our most valuable native,
medicinal roots, as nttested by many of
the most eminent medical writers ami
teachers of all the bovir.il schools of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
a scientific medicine, carefully devised
by nn experienced ami skillful physician,
ami ndnpUil to woman's dciicate syMeiu.
It is made of native American medicinal
ro its nnd is perfectly liarmleM in lis
effects in any coniiifion of the female
As a powerful Invigorating tonic "Fa
vorite Prescription" (mparts strength to
tho whole system and to the ori-ans
distinctly feminine in partlculnr. For I
over-worked, "worn-out." run-down."
debiIitnU3l teachers, milliners, dress-
makers, seamstresses, "shop-girls,"
house-keepers, nursing mothers, and
feeble women genornlly, Dr. l'ierce's
Favorite Prescription Is tho greatest
earthly boon, being uneqnaled ns nn
poetizing cordial and restorative tonic.
As a soothing and etreiisthening ner-
Hue " t avoriU) ?ricriptiou " i tiuuipjul.
chest be wi-hout a bottle of
you need it, you'll need It in
anil soreness or the chest, ana
or Rrcatly relieved b this old,
77 years of disease flRhtinK.
chest today all druggists
30c. and 25c.
are the etntleat and
lor in iivtr and
of the Canadian County Modlcal As
Hiclatlou do hereby ooiidoinii such
syBtoni iw bu'ng derogatory to our vo
cation nnd agree to loud no support
toward tliu dlscii(tiry by refusing to
write prescriptions upon sauio In any
Johnson the Hatter.
Is still cleaning and re-blocking
hats at tho old stand. Out of town
work sent, mailed or expressed to
me, given prompt and special at
tention and roiiirn chaws paid.
S. C. JOHNSON.
2n:i W. Main St. 19-2
ed and is Invaluable In allaying and
subduing nervous excitability, irritabil
ity, nervous exhaustion, nervous pros
tration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms. St.
Vilus's dance, nnd other distressing,
nervous symptoms commonly attendant
upon functional ami organic disease ol
the uterus. It Induces refreshing sleep
und relieves mental anxiety mid des
pondency. You can't nffnrrf to accept a tend
nostrum ns a substitute for this ritovKS
11K.MKU V Of KNOWN COMPOSITION.
"Tlio Mood Is Tlio Lire."
Scienco lias never gone beyond the
nbove simple statement of scripture.
Hut it has illuminated that statement
anil given it a meaning ever broadening
with the increasing breadth of knowl
edge. When the blood Is "bad " or im
pure it is not nlono tho body which
suffers through disease. The brain Is
also clouded, the mind and judgement
nro effected, and innny un t vil deed or
impure thought may bo directly traced
to tho impurity of tho blood. Foul,
Impure blood enn bo made nuro by tho
use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DN
covery. It enriches nnd purities tho
blood thereby curing, pimples, blotches,
eruptions nndotlier cutaneous affections,
ns eciemn, tetter, or salt-rheum, hive
und other manifestations of impure,
In tho cure of scrofnloui swellings,
enlargeil glands, open eating ulcers, or
old sores, tho "Golden Medical Discov
ery" hns performed tho most marvelous
cures. In cases of old sores, or open
eating ulcers, ft Is well to apply to the
open sores Dr. Pierce's All-lliii.ing
Salve, which possesses wonderful haul
ing potency when used ns an application
iu me ores in conjunction wun (lie u8
of "Golden U3ics.l Discovery" us
don't happen to have
lift Salve" In stock, you
urc it uy inclosing nitv
lostnge stamps to Dr. ft.
Iain St., buffalo, N Y.,
b to you by return noil.
ists keen it as well as tha
n Medical Discovery."
0 I 4
. You can't nffoni to srrept ny mwll.
i-iiu- ol f.nn71 rnmpo-jfion ns -t'suTT-
stitiite for "Gojilfii MedirrTf liscnpry
which j n ineilifine ok known rop
qsition- liaving a conipli-tV list nt
ingredients in plain Enlish on Its
bottle-wrapper, tlio same brine attested
as correct under oath,
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invigor-
ate the stomach, liver and bowels. Ona
to Uirce a done, taay to take us cnd.
I blood cl'aninc
If your Id rue 1
the "AU-Hea i
can cafjiy pn
, four cnt In t
v. riiKce, U1.1 p
nnd 1 tfHUn
Return from Visit to Railroad Com
mis&loners In Texas.
(lilthrle. Oklit, April 20. Member
(if Hie Oklahoma Corporation Com
mission returned to Outline HiIh nf
teruoiti after a conference with the
rallnrnd (VHnmlMlonoiy of Tcxim, at
iistln, Houston mid Gnlvoeton.
"Tliu conference, wo liopo, will ro
Milt In Hindi good to tha shipper
of both Slitlcs," said Commissioner
Watson. "It whs agreed Hint we
draw a tariff of Interstate rates a
plitiK from Okliilioma K)lnt to (ltd--
Ion. and submit It to '). Toxus j
commission. If approved. Attorney
(ienernl West will nppwir boforo the
In'crMtate 'otiiinoreo Commission to (
h.iw- it promulgated."
The commissioners nay tlioy regard ,
(inhesion an tin- iiuttirnl outlta for
C'tarrh cannot Be Cured
with I.OCAb AI'PI.ICATIONS. as they
ranot reach iho sent of tho disease
Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional
disease, and In order to euro It you
must take Internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, and
acts directly on the blood and uni
etious surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is not n (piack medicine. It was
prescribed by one of the best tihysl
clans In this country for years and
Is a regular prlscrlptlnn. It Is com
IMised of tho best tonics known, com-
blued with tho gest blood purifiers, j
acting directly on tho miicuous sur- ,
faces. Tho perfect combination of the
wo Ingredients Is what produces such
wonderful results In curing Catarrh.
Send for testimonials free.
K. J. CI 1 IONIC Y & CO., Props.,
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Take Hall'B Family Pills for con
Mrs. Roosevelt Saves Trees.
New Orleans, I-n., April 20. Hoar
Admiral Frederick Singer, In charge
of the local naval station, announced
tonight that by orders from Washing
ton n magnificent avenue of magnol
ias at the station will be preserved
Instead of being cut down to make
room for Improvements, as had been
originally planned. When Mrs. Roose
velt visited New Orleans a few weeks
ago, she admired thU avenue of
magnolias, and the officers here at
tributed the order to preserve the
trees, at least, In part to a word
sKiken for them by Mrs. Hoosevelt.
Corrugnted Iron nt lllvens, Corhn ft
"One Touch ot Nature Makea the
Whole World Kin.'
When a rooster finds a big fat worm
ho calls all tho hens in tho farm
yard to como nnd sharo It. A slmlUr
trail of human nature la to bo ob
served when n man discovers some
thing exceptionally good -ho -wanta
his friends nnd neighbors to ah ore
tho benefits of his discovery. This
Is the touch of nnturu that makes
tho world kin. This oxplalns why
peoplo who bavo been curod by Cham
berlnln'B Cough Itemed) wrlto loi
ters to the inanufaoturera for publi
cation, that others similarly ailing
mny also nso it and obtain relief. Hc
blnd every ono of those letter,) la n
warm hearted wish of tho writer to
bo of use to someone, elso. This
remedy la for salo by F. J. Hamaoy
and Hoffman Drug Co.
Notice to Creditors
To the Creditors ot Geo. W. Mc
The creditors of tho above named
decedent aro hereby notified that
tho undersigned was, by tho County
Court of Marshall County, Oklaho
ma, appointed administrator with
the will annexed of tho estate of
said decedent, and that all persons
having claims against the estate of
said decedent are required to exhibit
them to said undersigned adminis
trator with will annexed with the
necessary vouchers, at .McMillan, Ok
lahoma within six months from the
dat(. of the first publication of this
notice, to-wlt, from tho twenty-seventh
dnv of March, IflOS.
Dated March 21. 190S.
C. A. lU'UNS.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
Stato of Oklahoma, Carter County, In
C II. Woodwnrd. plnlntlft vs.
IJomanl Moskowltz, defendant, No.
Said defendant Ilornard Moskowlti,
will tnko notice that no has been sued
In tho nbovo named court upon dobt
as ovldonced by thrca notes and In
terest amounting to four hundrod
olovon dollars nnd rorty-flvo cenU,
and for Judgment foreclosing lien oti
l)t No. i. IMock No. 321 of tho city
of Ardmoro, Okla., under mortgnge
that was given by him to -plaintiff to
Bocuro paymont of said notes nnd
muat answor tho petition filed there
in by said plaintiff on or boforo the
Sth day of Juno, A. D., 190S, or said
1 petition will bo taken as truo, and
n Judgment for said plaintiff In said
action for 1411.45 and Judgment fore
closing lien on lot four of block throo
I hundred and twenty-ono of Ardmore,
Okla., will bo rendored accordingly,
j Dated this 7th day of April. 1908.
I I.EDHETTKR & MOOItB,
1 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
C. T. VERNON, District Clerk.
fiy S. M. PAItKEIt, Deputy.
First published, April 7, 1908.
THE MAN AND HIS JOB.
dry Herbert J. Hspgood.)
Without, courage a man Is ns Im
potent as n reeled up la,io with Its
end lost Inside the can-. He may
have the strength of an ox; his
mind may have IU Inches and feet
marked with Infallible precision; but
without r"oiimgt to unreel himself, got
out In the open and do mime measiir
liiK. he Is sure to rust on the shelf
mid finally rail Into the Junk barrel.
There are lots of felloM who sim
ply have not got the eoiiniKe to push
themselves to the front. I know 11
number of men with all kinds of
ability, but entirely lacl l-rf In soil
confidence. Last year on a t rip to
the West I ran ncros four young
men Just out of college, who were
working In a perfumery laboratory
under the supervision of an exper
ienced chemist. Their duties wero to
build 11,1 compounds synthetically, all
the time searching for nn extract
more delicate and pleasing than any
the company wns now using. In the
few months they had been on the Job,
each .Jof them hid discovered at
least one acceptable formula. Tho
salary they received was a mere pit
tance, for. us Is often the ouso, a
man Is expected to consider the repu
tation of tho house for which ho
works as a good hliare of his rutin
nieratlon. Now, any 0110 of those four men
had the education, the ability, ami
originality to step Into the field ami
secure a position almost n.i lucra
tive as that of the chemist who su
Hrvlsed them. They were not In
need of friends to help them along,
for they came of good families, and
their papas wero Influential enough
to get them the places they deserved.
What they lacked was courage. They
had little or no faith In themselves.
A mini never knows how to swim
until he Is thrown In deep water.
There Is no tuo trying to keep afloat
In a bath tub, and everybody knows
It takes courago to Jump Into water
over your head,
An inslduous Danger.
Ono of tho worst features of kidney
trouble Is that It Is an Inslduous dis
ease and beforo tho victim roallxos his
danger ho mny havo a fatal malady.
Take Foloy's Kidney Hemedy at tho
first sign of troublo as It corrects Ir
regularities and prevonts Btight's dis
ease and dlabotoa. Sold by all drug'
TO CARRY PETITION PROPOSING
AMENDMENTS TO FEDERAL
Guthrie, April 20. At a meeting of
the Oklahoma direct election com
mission, Governor Haskell named
Speaker Murray of tho house of rep
resentatlves, Thomas 11. Doyle of
Perry, Col .Clarenco If. Douglas, edl
tor of tho Muskogee Phoenix, and
Col. John Threadglll of Oklahoma
City, to go to Washington with a
petition projKislug live amendments
to the federal ((institution.
Tho llrst nnd most Important
change Is for tho election ot United
States senators by a direct voto of
Twentysoven states have memor-
allzed congress to submit such nn
amendment the quota of states neceS'
sary being thirty one. It will also
urge the submission ot nn amend
nient providing for tho colloctlou of
a uniform tax on profits nnd Incomes
received by every citizen of the
United States and by every corpora
Hon or association doing business for
profit. Congress Bhall have tho pow
er another declares to define and
regulato the liability of common car
riers engaged In Interstate or foreign
coniiuerco to their servants or em
ployes for Injuries resulting from tho
negligence of fellow-servants or co-
It also proves that no stato shall
bo denied tho right to regulato tho
charges of common carriers foi the
transportation of freight or passeng
ers wholly within tho stnte. To glvo
tho stato authority to control ship
ments of liquors not ininitined tinder
the Interstate commerco net, Is to bo
readied by an amendment to tho con
stltutlon, which tho committee will
ask congress to consider, declaring
that no atnto shall bo refused tho
right to regulate or prohibit the ship
nient Into the state of any artlclo of
commerce Injurious to tho public
health or morals,
The committee expects to leave
Oklahoma next Saturday night, nnd
bo lu Washington Monday, April 27.
Is a man who can't seo nny good In
any person or thing. It's a babll
caused by a disordered liver. If you
find that you nro beginning to seo
things through bltio spectacles, troat
your liver to n good cleaning out pro
cess with Dallard's Herblno. A suro
euro for constltpatlon. dyspepsia. In
digestion, sick headacho, biliousness,
til liver, stomach and bowel troubles.
sold by i, J. llamsoy.
Subscribe for tho Ardmorelt.
BLOODY SHOOTING AFFRAY
THREE MEN DEAD, ANOTHER IS
FATALLY WOUNDED DE-
MENTED MAN. 1
Wnrrensbiirg, Mo., Ajiril 20. Threo
men are dead and another probably
totally wounded as tho result of an
attempt of local ponco officers to
arrest F. O. Huwes horo tonight. Tho
James Hyan, city marshal.
Night Watchman Hasbahan.
F. O. llawes.
Night Wntchinnn It. W. Pollack.
Hawes, who was 22 years old, son
of a Hostoii county farm.'"- was re
turning homo on a Missouri Pacific
train this evening from a trip to a
neighboring town when It Is believed
he suddenly lost his mind. Ills no
tions were noticed by other passen
gers nnd the officers hero wero noti
fies!. Wlien the train (arrived at
S.30 tonight, Marshal Hyan nnd tho
two night watchmen of tlio town
were at the station. Hawes got off
the train nnd ns ho did so, tho offi
cers attempted to mnko tho arrest.
llawes drew a revolver nnd began
shooting. At the first shot Marshal
IHyitjji f)ll dead, fhot Ithrough tho
head. Other 'shots followed and Bus-
bahnii fell dead, shot through the
lungs, l'ollack was the Inst 0110 shot
and he received what Is thought to
bo a mortal wound In the nbdomen.
Hawes started to run from the scene
but was shot by the negro porter
ot a local hotel.
Death Was on His Heels.
Jcsso I. Morris of Skinners. Va..
had a close call in tho spring of 190C.
lie says: "An attack of pnoumonla
left mo so wenk nnd with such a fear
ful ootight that my friends declared
consumption had mo, and death was
on my heols. Then I was porsuaded
10 try or. King's .now Disoovory. it
helped mo Immediately, and nftor
taking two and a half bottlos I was a
well man again. I found out that
New Discovery le tho best remedy
for coughs and lung dlscaso In all
tho world." Sold under guarantoo at
W. 11. Framo's drug store. COc and
1 bottles. Trial bottlo tree.
SHERIFF NAMES DEPUTIES
THIS MORNING AS PER ORDERS
OF BOARD OF COUNTY
As per tho orders of the county
commissioners promulgated prlii' to
the meeting that is ut present In
session, wherein It was decided U
reduce tho forces of the sheriff nnd
county attorney on account of the
financial condition of the county.
Sheriff J. Holmes Akers this morn
ing announced the npolntmcnl or
the following deputies:
Office deputy, G. K. U'eninn; chief
deputy, F. K. West, city; field dopa
ties, W. I-:. Iindniiu city; Fred Wil
liams, Fox; and George Salyer, Kel
ler. The sheriff has one more appoint
ment to make for the sect'on of
country around Herwyn und Springer
which will be made within a few
days. It required considerable considera
tion to mnko the appolnVnieiits on ac
count of the large number of nppll
cations for tho places, but the record
of the njijioliitees while acting as
deputies prior to the change an re
quired by the commissioners led the
sheriff to make the appointment ns
A Common Mistake.
Many women mlstako kidney and
blndder troubles for somo Irregularity
peculiar to tho sox. Foloy's Kidney
Homody corrects irregularities and
makes women woll. Miss Carrie, Har
den, Howling Green, Ky., writes: "I
suffered much pain from kldnoy and
blndder troublo until I started to use.
Foloy's Kldnoy Homody. Tho first
bottlo gavo mo great relief, and aftor
taking tho second bottle I was entirely
well." Sold by nil druggists.
Do-Wltt's Kldnoy and Bladder Pills
aro prompt nnd thorough and will in
a short tlmo strengthen woakoncd
kidneys and allay troubles arising
from inflammation of tho bladder.
Sold by W. 15. Frame.
a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and
danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation ono of misery.
Mother's Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the great
pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's
severest trial in not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided
by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions aro
overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and tho
serious accidents so common to the critical
hour are obviated by the use of Mother's AfkAivlA
Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold," MI flV C
ays many who have used it. $1.00 per iTIVIIII 40
bottle at drug stores. Hook containing
valuable information of interost to all women, will f v8 av Jft
be sent to any uddress free upon application to "'I Hii
mUOFIELO REGULATOR OQ.. Atiamtm, &u I 1 IVim
1 - .av I
Tliu healthy woman ; strong mi n
tally and niiy.siially, whoso ambi
tion and magnetic influence urge I
men to deeds of grandeur and hi to-1
Ism 5 suih women are all iowei ftil.
Weak, nick and ailing women
havo little ambition; their own trou
bles occupy all their thoughts. They
dwell uihiii their tiains, stiller from
nervousness anil headaches : olten
For thirty years
has been saving women from thi
Alts. Ixinisn .lung, of 332 Chestnut
St., Detroit, Elicit., writes:
" I MilTered from n very severe female
weakness for n long time. I.ydia K.
l'lnkbntn's Vegetable Compound. rC'
stored my health. I hope It will do other
women ns mucli (rood ns It has me.
Sirs. Unima Whenton, of Vienna,
W. Va., writes to SI is. l'inkhani:
" I was a walking fcbndow. My hus
band iusUtcd upon my writing to you
and trying I.ydia K. I'inkbam's Vege
table Compound, which 1 did. It re-licTi-d
all my pains nnd mUery, and
made of me a very different woman."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years I.ydia E. I'ink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has jKisitively cured thousands of
women who have Isjen troubled with
displacements, inllammation, ulcera
tion, irregularities, ieriodiu pains,
backache, that bearing-down feel
ing, dizziness, or nervous pics
tratlon. Why don't you try it t
Mrs. IMiikhiun, at I.yuu, Muss.,
Invites all sick vrouicu to write
her for advice.
United States Depository
Oklahoma State Depository
Capita!. Surplus and Additional
If this bank is n snfo plnco
for tho city, stato and nation to
deposit their funds It is a safo
plnco for tho farmer nnd busi
ness man to koop his funds.
LEE CRUCE, President
G. W. STUART, Cashier
Spurt In Valuations.
Shawnee, Okla., April 20. Durlnc
tho ,iast ten days thcro has been an
unaccountable spurt in real estate in
tho country surrouudliiK Shawneo,
farm lands selling for blgKi'
prices than ever known before. Ono
salo made was 1C0 aires six miles
northwest of Shawnee nt $75 an acre
and another of ulKhty acres seven
miles from the city at $100 per acre.
DoWltt's Llttlo Early Risers, tho
famous lltUo llvor pills. Sold by W.
Every mother fools a
great dread of the pain
and danger attendant upon
the most criticul period
of her life. Ilrrnminn
That will plcaso you in deli
cacy and lusting quality.
Florescence. Violet Talcum
Powder is tho beat 2fc.
Subscriptions taken for
The Ardmoreite and all
out-of-town papers and
The newest magazines.
Exclusive agent for
The Daily Oklahoman.
E. E. Guillot
Cotton Grain and Stocks
In Hear Postal Telegraph
Minimum Ordrr Accepted
20 Hales of Cotton
1,000 Bushels of drain
10 Shares of stock
Reference Ardmoro Hanks
Long Distance I'hono 823
To submit you bids on building
Brick Business Houses
Or anything built of brick. Prompt
estimates furnishod on work any
where Call mo up at I'hono No. 889
or address mo at Ardmore.
P. V. Petty
Brick" Contractor and Bulldor.
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
RsIIsts. Colds br working Um
out of th system through a copious
aad hsalthy sotton of th bowsls.
Rslisrss Coughs by eUanslng tha
mucous msmbrants of tbs threat,
absat and bronchial tubas.
MAa pltasant to Dm taste
as MfU Sugar"
Children Like It
Far Sal ,.y W. B. Prima,