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THC UAILV AHOMOnCITC.
PAGE TWO
The Fountain Head of Life JL
Is The StomacAM)
inipuirt-d Komiicli 'inil who tine nut tejSjij
CARTER HEARD PROM
MURRAY'S SLATE GEORGE R, WALKER
SEEN SOME SAY DINES WITH TAPT
A mnn nho lim weak and
prc.ncrlv lIlllPM III foilll Mill MMIII IHIJ lll.II III IHOOll I1H1 I.VI
cuk hihI impJicrtdicd, und tlmt In whole body in improperly mid
liiiuflicicnlly noimdicd.
Dr. iii:hui:'s nm.nr.N ,vi:niu;u. msuovr.itv
make Hie utonuich iHrunH. promote the flow ot
idr.ire nice. tviHuren Hie lout ,iicfe, mAc.i
nsxlmll.itlon nerleel, Invldor.iten the liver .mil
purities .mil enrlclie the liloml. It In the Ureal lilooihinnher.
llenh-lmlliler .mil restorative nerve tonic. It nuihen men
strung In both, active In niintl ami emit In ItiilQetticnt.
CALLS HOUSE TO TASK TOM ITS
jHORT SIGHTED POLICY IN NOT
AILOWIN3 INDIANS TO VOTE.
POLITICIANS ULT.IEVE THAT OF
TICE3 ARC PARCELLED OUT BY
GENERAL UNDERSTANDING
FORMER CLASSMATES AND GRAD
UATES OF 'S WALKER CAST
INC. ADOUT FOR FEDERAL JOD.
Thi " Discovery" i pure, ghecrie extract ol American medical rnoli,
hMilnlelv Irec Irmn nlroliol uml hII injurious huhit-furioinii droits All in
mitri-dicoU are printed on il wrapper. It n feluhoinliip with secret
nostrums Il e :ry ingredient endorsed hy llir lender in nil Hie school ol
medicine. Dim'l accept 11 ccrct nnMriim h ii Mihtilutc for itiin dmc-provm
remedy op son iiimhiiiiin. A Iran nihiiinik. They mint know of
mini) core mad.' hy H during p.ist III Jenr. ril!lit in nnr own neiiihhorhood.
N orld' DiMK-nsury M- 'iml Aocinlimi. Dr. H.N'. I'icrcc. I'rcs, Iluflulo, N. V.
HERE IS THE DOPE
BALLINGERS RESIGNATION EX
PECTED AT ANY TIME FLYNN
TO BECOME HIS SUCCESSOR.
U i-lilimliili. I. (' . .Inn. IS.- For,
t'n- third time the house of repre- j
. I w-i psion-d a hill today Hiving j
panm- xtateheod to tlir territories
: xlrn and Arizona. Tin- vote j
w.n i lie n amid applause ;
'i n.' Himon-r of opposition to tho
iidm-iik- was th mot striking fen
in f of the debate
Tie- hill provides the llmllfltlon j
ili.it are to prevail In thi' power of
th.' HUto t legislate, restricting the
hi of lhii r among th- Indiana nnrt 1
providing method for state organ!- J
zation. Friends of tho measure d- ,
clan- they hav enV-oitraprtn aaaur
(itn of Ita passage by the iemt.
Arltona and .w Mexico Indian
not taxed will not be- able to vote If
the statehood bill in enacted Into a ;
In. The provliiona a might be ex
w.j ' pet'ted. proved moat offensive to
:T ,
Cuthrlo, Okln.. .Ian. is. A tolera- Washington, t. A. Jan. is (Seorge
bly well doflnod late for all of th K WBier of Ardmor. former Unlti-J
Ol .(a. ..I . k . . .1. ....
Mtntf offlrM (icfiim to have been
ntr.inKil b.v the supporters of Mar-
trirt I In Vahinc:toti. Mr Walker
former e)nate of 1'resldont
inthrii'. Okla , Jan. I . Clrculat
ti j th atnry that DeiinU T. Flyun.
( rrltorial delefate. pentonal friend
Vu-f PTealdent dbennan and
s,..-,ik?r Cannon, xpecta to land the
i . rotaryihlp of the interior upon
.. renlMHMwi of KecreWrjr Bal
"ttKir. which Is expected by poll
t, inna here, republican mibernato
:.i asplranta declare that Hynn -1ll
hi. i Citv .t i.-k atto mii.1 an a
ii - ilt, ti- .mdldai-y fr th' atv
im.'-ii,. I- ir..' tii-ally announced
Walt- i l-'i rKiiMin. hi -4 wn. ivlltor
) th ( hiToki i' Kcpubllr-an, i -lr-(ul;itinpr
BiimriK th- lenlalatora fel-1
iib th.- -'rf-nath of the Pcrwuaon
I'OOIIl. !
Tho Mory, ai widely tell ved h;re.
1 1 that Fly nn
to make the ra?e until th ar)den
f urn in tho Itallinacr-Plm hot fatid.
hl,-h rr.lffd ia the c mireMlonal
lnei.ti(iatln -all It ! ,td tbt
Fljnn decided that after the con
ftreaalonal ,hite Jh" had been ap
plk-d to Uallincer the aecretary o.
th- interior HI realafl rather than
rmbarrau the prealdent'a Candida
to aucceed hlmaelf and face re
newed attacks of the Insurgent wing
In the republican party.
Be'.levlng In
raj for unvornor. tho combtaatlou Id Tft. raOwaUnj; with the fumous class
aupport or this lincMtp baia gw- 1 of 1SS9, of which the chief executive
erally nttiitHwed to Include Governor alw a wb.r.
C X. IKaKoll. althooch the aovernor U Mr Walker
protmbly not taXe any atclre te nM- r a federal office,
part In the fight. H tM,k ,,ncnon wlt!l th' l'resldeiit
Aecordlntc to the way the poll 1 1
cjana have flared It t the Murray A Wretched
alate will Inctad A. H. BIM.s of Or- to endure the Itchlns, painful dlutrw
lando tor lienteoaat governor. Hon of Piles. There's no need to. Listen:
Harrison of Calvin for secretary of u1.1?1,"T,or1, m"ch VW u:rlt
Secretary of State IHI, fro-. S .Vatoxf
for ftate auditor. Kohert Dttnlop of Salve, and was soon cured." Hums
NVwklrk for state treasurer, Charles I,ol,!,i Ulcors. Fever Sores. Kczema,
Pvin xt vnimr i Cuts, ChapiKMl Hands. Chilblains, van
.. ofA,r,morH for ftuu' s,,"u?r- ish before It. 25c at Ardmorc I'harma
Intendent Mllas lisater of Pauls Vnl- cy.
ler for Insurance commissioner. Or-
vllle T. Smith of Guthrie for attor-' A W0!,,a" can Ht'L for two
ney general, and J. C. Graham of l"lnult8 a'"1 ucfcrlho It for two
Marlettu for .ori.orntlon eoinmls- hollrs w"uhot repeating herself,
sioner. "
Kli-fcb CUKcO IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Ardmore, Wednesday, Jan, 19, 1910
CURES
BLOOD POISQM
JUmhovIiik tho outward symptoms Is not all that Is necessary to cut
GontaRlous lilootl Poison. Tho virulent germs which produco thoso oxte:
ual manifostatlons must bo completely driven from the Mood before n re .1
cure can bo clloctod. Tho lonst taint left in tho circulation will sooner o
lator cnuso a fresh outbrouk of tho trouble, with nil its hideous symptoir
of ulcerated mouth und throat, coppor-coloted spots, fnllinn lmlr, boiu an i
ulcers, etc. Only a blood purifier enn euro Contusions Dlood Poison.
Medicines which merely chock tho symptoms for u time, liocnttio of then
strong mineral nature, end lenvo tho poison smoull"iinn in tho system, have
brought disappointment to thousands, Tho disensc always returns after
such treatment. S. S. S. cures OontaIous Dlood Poison and cures It per
manently. It goes into tho blood, and removes every particle of tho poison,
making tho circulation pure, rich ami healthy, nor does S. S.8. leave the
slightest traco of tho disease for future outbreaks. S.S.fi. does not contain
1 any mineral ingredient, but Is mado entirely of roots, herbs and barks,
wh'lch nro most valuable in their blood-purifying properties, and at tho
, sumo t lino specifically adaptod to building up the entire system. If you
have Contagious Wood Poison S.8.S. will euro you becntiso it will tlior-
oughly purity your Dlood. Homo Treatment Hook und tiny medical advlco
iz 10 THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Mepresnnutlve C. I). Carter of Ard
more. the only Indian statesman In
and be at once ;
rnlkiii I ho kem In task fnr this
abridgment and what be catlod short-1
sighted policy upon the part of ti" i ujlble. Coi. J. I. McAlester, pres- j
administration.
Some chances in tin
line-up are lly() olsTM)ST Is giinranteed to
T.i fact of not taxing an Indian
Is not a test of his ability to exer
rise the privilege of snlfrase," de
clared . the Ardutoro congressman.
Continuing he said: "Why, In my
' state none of the Indians were taxed
ure any casu ot Itching, I)!!tul
! ot ie a canawate ror toe repnoii- o-i.vt i- ,k. imwiwli.. atr .
,t, nomination. . n,OI( p,ynn ,,,, on vh(. jb their allotted lands when the
With the story comes a remark ; , lhfl umnco ,rf nwerfiil aup- '',l'"1l ' was pasted. yt you
M. impetus to the boom of John nn trom lbe Batlonal regulars and I-nnliled tlieiu all to vote. The
F Ul. editor of the Farm Journal. lie touMnx 0f the repnbWcan con- sa1",, Htntetiient applies to the states
ok.atioma City, and In the event of ; gI,MUinal delegation from Oklaho ' l,l!,h" al,(l Wyoming, hut now you
. withdrawal of Flynn. Fields Is ' nia- I '" harking hack to days heforo the
,.Vo.l imnn u havins a nvl ehance ' . HIUIUU iliestl)ll W.IH unilirslool MS
kc1 upon aa naving a w coance Th wij. followont aimoara more i
well as it is now, when the plan
was to separate the Indian from the
white man. excluding him from the
privileges of the white man and
i
Cuthrlo
. )-come th next republican nom-, ccme,! Wln the possibility of
PoMtlclami are gathering here ; refusing to enter the race
r tho spocUl legislative session, ! tha wlth ,,. ,roiqM.(.ts or his be
!iic)i oixins Jan. 20, and are here i. ..
. . ... it,,, 1. 1... H. ..i
r the moating ot tne rnuiJlcan , i...h m.v..ii r:..ti.ri.. i.-.i.k..r. i "" "h '-
at., committee.
Kx governor Ferguson, a warm pel
'i: ,i! fri tul of Ki vim In Id a ton
nr.'.- "i-- i xdi e;a'e In OK
Joseph McNeil.
lias eousliif ruble support In the
northwest, and C (! Jones, repub
In .m minority leader, has some slip
p it in tV -lUthern counties.
res
ent corporation oommlsslonr. might nuP(nB or i.rotrud,B phom in 6 to
he put In the slnto lor that place, i, days or money refunded. 00c.
and either W. F. Ollmor of Ardmore
or K. -M. Landrum of Tnhlcuunh ; Thompson Will Not Resign,
might he taken up for state auditor. ' (iuthrle, Okla., Jan. 18. When the
A. M. Young, present hank com- dimocratlc state executive commit
iiilitsloiicr, would have been first 'too meets in Oklahoma City about
choice for state treasurer if ho had i February 1, Chairman J. 11. Thomp
gotten into the race, but ho has do-1 son of Pauls Valley will not tender
t ided not to do so. hie resignation, but will serve until
It 'is understood none of the Jus- j a new committee Is elected In the
tlces of the supreme court or crlni- August primaries. Ho will not be u
inal court of appeals who are up for candidate for re-election, according
re-election this year will be opposed to statements or his friends tonight,
foi renonilnntlon. nor will he enter the race ror at-
it Is also probable that tho Mur- torney general.
ray crowd, which would llko to It Is proposed to name a camnalun
Itll'rrrlienl; of Avpr'i ll.'lir Vil'lir Sulphur, ,lvrrm, Duin.n, Sixlium hloml,
niM i uii iiui l yir .1 I Itlir v iv,'" t.uMi. s.itr. At...h,.l. Wiler. IVrlumr.
Anvlliliiu iiiliirlv us li. ri-i
nil
Anvtlilnir of m!rlL lirc-
VVIII It Mtoi tiilllllix lmlr.'
Will It tlc-ntriiy UuiKlriil t .
Ask your doctor.
A"k onr ilorlor.
AnK your cloclor.
Aali your cloclor.
Does not Color the Hair
There is Only One
"Bromo Quinine"
That is
Laxative Br onto Quinine
USCD TIIC WOULD OVOt TO CURE A COLO IH ONE DAY.
Always leiuemhcr the lull name,
for this signature on every box.
Look
crnttou. The ery Indian depart
meiit of thin government was organ
ized ror the purpose of making com
petent and soli-reliant citizens of
the Indians. Now how are you going
t ) make u United States citizen of
a man unless you make a i-ltl.eu
of him to all Intents and purposes?
How are you going to make him a
(itl.fii and still hold I'l'oin him the
pmilcgo or voting, the privilege of
lApt'i ssiUK his choice upon men and
measures which are the dearest r
ill piivil-ges to the clvlllezd, liberty
1 ving citizen?"
i.iii'seiitutlit Carter contended
ili.it the uivre fiu-t of making the In
dian a i itlxeu would be one or the
stiougest influences to Induce him to
ti.-i- and meet the responsibilities or
Mi. h citizenship.
lb- wa in favor or having all III
diuiw b mg made i itlzens at once,
'liu T l III in a t in k 'lie iirejudlce
i.i n-t .my Indian who takes the
e .th ol .lib-glance while the lemain
' ot the tribe do not
make ac lean sweep of tho present
state officials will not oppose either
, Labor Commissioner Charles Daugh
I erty or Miss Kate llarnard, stato
I coininlssloner of charities and cor
j rectlons. Murray does not llko Miss
llarnard, however, and may decide
' to make a fight against her.
A candidate will bo brought out
committee at the Oklahoma City
meeting and give It a chairman
roi the purpose or organizing for tho
state campaign, and the general
statt! committee will oversee the
work in an advisory way.
Have you aiweak throat? If so, you
cannot be too careful. You cannot
.gainst State Kxan.lncr and Inspect-1 bsln rt'atlunt t0 early. Uach cold
Bivens, Corlm & Frensley
We arc better prepared than ever to supply you with
II RAW AND SHELF HARDWARE
CHARTER OAK STOVES, Gas, Coal and
Wood Burners
The Famous JOHN DEERE PLOWS AND
CULTIVATORS
Corrugated Iron Roofing
Barb Wire, Hog and Chicken Wire Fencing
We are prepared to handle both cash and credit
trade. Make our store your headquarters.
Phone 49. Corner Main and Washington Streets.
Ardmorc, Oklahoma.
or Charles Taylor, who will be a
candlilato for re-election, but It has
not been fully decided as yet who
It will be.
Other candidates who are not on
the slate are preparing for a strenu
ous fight against it and if they
tan get together for an organized
opposition they may make trouble
enough for tho Murray men to force
the abandonment of the slate.
makes you more liable to another and
tho last is always the harder to cure.
If you will take Chamberlain's Cough
Heniedy at tho outset you will bo ?av
ed much trouble. Sold by all dealers
SMOKE DEWITT'S EXPERIENCE.
Saved at Death's Door.
The door of death seemed ready to
open roi M array W. Ayers. ol Transit
linden, N Y.. when his lire was won
derfully saved. "I was In a dreadful
condition," ho writes, "my skin was
almos' yellow; eyes sunken; tongue
coated; emaciated from losing 10
pounds, growing weaker dally. Vir
ulent liver tiouhlu pulling mo down
to death in spite of doctors. Then
that matchless medicine Klcctrtc
IlltK rs cured me. I regained the 10
pounds lost mid now am well and
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Land.
Notice Is hereby given, that lu pur
saiance of an order of sale Issued out
of the district court of Carter county,
Oklahoma, on the 0th day of January,
10 10, In an action wherein J. W.
Thomas was plaintiff and K. J. Smith
and Clazzle Smith were UerendanLs,
directed to me, the undersigned Sheriff
ot Carter county, commanding me to
levy upon, and sell' tho following
property:
All of lot No, Six (0) in .block one hun
dred and twelve (112) situated In the
City of Ardmore, Oklahoma, In accor
dance with the official map und plat
of said City, as prepared by the
string." For all stomach, liver and
kidney tionbles they're supreme. C0c ! ciiicknnaw Townslte Commission and
ib Jii'jiuuii- i-iiuriiiiii-
N.-ver t '11 a girl who thinks she's
putty ih.it a thing Is as plain as
the nose on her face.
approved .by Thos. Hyan, Acting Sec
retary or tho Interior, on the ICth day
of January, A. 1)., 1U02, situate In
Carter couny, Oklahoma.
i to satisfy a judgment and decree of
A Wild Blizzard Raging foreclosure In favor of said plaintiff
brings danger, sufferlng-often dea'h I iimi against said defendant. 12. J.
A:h
Winter and Spring. Its danger slg-,00"11 011 th NUi day of November,
nals are starred up," nostrals. lower , lOOD, for the sum of Six Hundred Nine
part of nose sore, chills and fever. ! nm lUty-seven cents ($0011.57)
I-. in. in u.iiiv in in. in, .inn iiiroiu
grlpp.ng cough. When Grip attacks.
as you value your life, don't delay
go'tlng Dr. King's New Discovery.
with Interest at tho rate of ten pe.
cent per annum from the 0th day ol
October. 11)03. and for co.ts of Ten
fine bottle (.ired me.' writes A. L. VMa aml twollty.ive cents ($10.25)
Dunn, or Pine Valley. Miss., "after be-, , . . ... ,. ... '
lug 'laid up' three weeks with Orlp." nml cwtrt accinlnp: I will on tho 21st
For sore. lungs, Hemorrhages, j day of February, 1010, at alio hour of
Coughs. Cob's, Whooping Cough. p) n. m., of said day, at the front door
llron.httN. Asthma its supreme r,0e. f t, t , , c of
$100 fiuarantoed by Ardmore Phar-i ' , ,, , ' .
,arv ' Ardmore, In said County and State,
' : offer for sale and sell to tho highest
IViiiflnrinn worK wonders, i bidder for cash, tho said property
wdiiULUHL It pr0(co, hair I above described, or so much thereof,
just ns surely as rain and sunshine as w, tUf. snUl judgment with in
ralses crops. It produces a thick ,
growth of luxuriant hair .when ah Ur'1 !iml cost!!-
other remedies fail. Wo gunrnntef Witness my hnnil this tho ISth day
Danderine. All drugglstssollit -25e, of January, 1910.
"0o and II per bottle. To provo it ' , ,, m.p,k
worth send this nd with lOo in stampi J' "' AK,'ua'
or silver nnd o will mnll you n large Sheriff of Carter County, i
free snmpln KNOWL'ION DAN- Hy J W OINN. IVputy.
DKRINF CO . Ohlcnuo. Ill ls, ,,v,0
. C. DINGS.
President
M. GORMAN,
Vice-President
J. W. HANNAH.
Cashier
Guaranty State Bank
Deposits Guaranteed
Four per cent in
terest paid on
time deposits.
Ardmore State Bank
Ardmorc, Oklahoma
CAPITAL $25,000
Deposits guaranteed. Fastest growing bank in
Oklahoma. A home hank owned by home people.
Our "Motto; Safety, Courtesy and Promptness.
BANK OPENED JUNE 1, 1908.
Dop-sits, Individual, .Juno I, $18,570.03
Deposits, Individual, July IA, I IVr.l.&n
Deposits, Individual, Sept. U8, $100,008 19
Deposits, Individual, Nov. 27. $1 19,937.5'J
Deposits, Individual, Feb, 5, $152,150.20
Deposits, Individual, April 28, $162,035.63
Deposits, Individual, June 23, $190,356.05
Total Deposits, September 1, $216,263.44
Total Deposits, Nov. 16, $30t,567A7
L. V. ANDERSON, Pros. MOItAN SCOTT, Vlco-Pres.J
O. L. ANDHRSON, Cashier. KD SANDLIN, Asst. Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ardmore, OKU,
Capital Paid In $60,000.00
Surplus Funds .165,000.00
Total $225,000.00
The oldest bank in Indian Territory. Accounts of firms
and individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms
consistent with good banking.
J. A. 11IVKNH, Prosldont.
A. II. PALMER, CnshJor
DON LAOY, Vice President.
O. II. WOLVERTON, Asst. Cnshlor.
The City National Bank
Ardmore, OKlahoma.
Capital $100,000.00
Surplus Funds 100,000.00
Accounts of firms and individuals solicited. Courteous
treatment accorded to all alike.
Use Ardmoreit Want Ads
rrwrriiTTiTiTiiTOTTtrrrfn'irrar.ii
KM
I
RAW
UNS CO., Furniture, Etc.
21 1 WEST MAIN STREET, ARDMORE. OKLA.

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