The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 252, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 16, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DOOR THAT OPENS.
Time When (t Sends the Cold Shiv-
ers Dunn Your Dark.
"Evt sit." s-iM Mr. Colilinton. "late
at nijil'.t alone iu a room rending or
studying evorylmdy koiic to liel tons
ago the house the whole city quiet
ami w presently across the table .m
the other side of the room a door open-
ing slowly? That's a hair raising ex-
perience. You don't know by what
means the knowledge that it was open-
ing was first conveyed to you. but you
see it now opening slowly and steadi-
ly and silently and you get up an-.l
grasp the chair in which you have
been Kitting awl stand up with th.j
table lietwecn you and hini for f Hi-
ther protection and wait for him but
he doesn't come.
"Then you go around to the door. It
has stopped now and is standing dead.
It yields with no resistance except that
of its own weight when you open it
wider and holding to it you look
around the door jamb into the hall.
Silence there perfect and complete:
uobody there; those were ghostly fin-
gers if any that turned the knob.
And so you shut the door securely and
go back to your reading.
"Presently you find the door open
again but this time theiv is an air of
vacancy about it and now you realiza
what it all means. The back of the
catch bolt that you turn with a knob
is worn off a ISttle. rounded or the
metal frame around the socket into
which the bolt enters may be worn. r
both. Or it may be the door has
shrunk or the. jamb has drawn away
from it so that only the tip end of the
bolt .catches iu the socket and has a
constant tendency to work free. The
slightest shaking or jarring starts it
and gradually it works itself clear of
the socket and then if it happens to
be hung just so. the door slowly opens.
"And there you are and it is all very
simple when you come to know about
it but it's never altogether agreeable.
You never really get used to the door
that opens." New York Sun.
THE HEATHEN CAN WAIT.
A Sunalte!-' Idea of Wkrn Charity
The other day an old sijuatter came
to the city and attended divine services
at a fashionable church. The old fel-
low listened with rapt atteution to the
sermon occasionally nodding iu ap-
proval or shaking his head in uncer-
tainty. When a man with the contri-
bution box approached the squatter
"We are taking up a collection for
the heathen and as you seemed to be
so much interested in the sermon I
didn't know but you would like to give
a few dimes."
"What's the matter with the
"Why he doesn't know anything
about the gospel and we want to raise
money enough to send it to him."
"Wall. I tell yer. 1 don't think he'll
spile afore morn in. I've got a boss
swap on ban an ef I ken get 'nutT boot
come aroun an we'll sorter look inter
"Hut my friend the heathen chil-
dren need clothes."
"So does mine by jingo. Bill ain't
worn tint li in but a shirt for six mouths
an haster stay outen perlite society.
Ike's got a vacancy in his britches big-
gcrn yer hat. an Jack haster stay un-
der the house when a stranger comes
'case he got his clothes scorched durin
hog killin. Come aroun arter the swap
fur I don't think the heathen will spile
afore mornin." Arkansas Traveler.
I'UliiiiK For a Drink.
A guide who has done more or less
plug tishing on Mooselookmeguntic
lake says he can get a drink of nice
cold water when be is anchored on a
lake provided the water is deep
enough. For deep fishing it is customa-
ry to sound for a clay bottom before
casting anchor anil our informant
claims that he can sound to secure a
cool drink lie ties a weight to the
bottom of his coffee bottle and with
the string tied also to the cork he
drops it to the bottom: then by a quick
jerk pulls the cork the bottle fills with
cold clear water and he has only to
pull it in. Phillips Phonograph.
To (et a Vacuum.
Professor Dewar's achievement in liq-
uefying hydrogen has led to the dis-
covery of an easy method for obtain-
ing an almost perfect vacuum and
that In a single minute. When a glass
tube filled with air and closed at one
end has its open end dipped into a cup
of liquid hydrogen the intense cold
condenses the air into a kind of snow
which settles to the bottom. If then
the upper part of the tube from which
the solidified air has fallen is removed
hy heating and sealing it off it be-
comes a vacuum chamber so free from
air that it is uitlicult to force an elec-
tric current through it.
fltruufi Rank KulfH.
m is the texture of a genuine
of Kngland note that burning
rdly destroy it. The authorities
n a little gk;zed frame the re-
of a note which was in the
fire of Chicago. Though com-
charred and black the note is
:-ntly legible to establish its gen-
ss and be cashed.
The smallest inhabited island in the
world is that on which the Eddystone
lighthouse stands. At low water it is
ISO feet in diameter. At high water
the lighthouse whose diameter at the
base is 28 feet completely covers it.
It Is inhabited by three persons.
The Ink Plant.
The juice of the Ink plant which can
be used as ink without any prepara-
tion comes out on the paper at first a
red color but after a few hours It
changes to black.
Because They Think it ia
nasfy and bitter disagreeable
To the stomach and violerfT
V. B. FRAME Special Agent.
A Mother Tells How She Saved Her
Little Dautfther's Life.
I am the mother of eight children
and have had a greaT deal of experi-
ence with medicines. Last summer
my little daughter had the dysentery
in its worst form. We thought she
would die. I tried everything I
could think of but nothing seemed
to do her anv good. I saw by an ad-
vertisement in our paper that Cham-
berlain's Colic Cholera and Diar-
rhoea remedy was highly recom-
mended and sent and got a bottle at
once. It proved to be one of the
be3t medicines we had ever had in
the house. It saved my little daugh-
ter's life. I am anxious for every
mother to know what an excellent
medicine it is . Had I known it at first
it would have saved me a great deal
of anxiety and my little daughter
much suffering. Yours truly Mrs.
Geo. Burdick. Liberty R. I. For
sale by City Drug Store and T. N.
Choice lots in Ardmore at a bar-
gain. Enquire at Ardmoreite of
If you can't work wall in hot
weather take Prickly Ash Bitters it
regulates the important organs of
the body and fortifies the system to
resist the enervating influence of
summer heat. For sale by W. B.
THE BURLINGTON ROUTE
A GOOD RAILROAD.
East-bound from the Missouri
River to St. Louis Chicago it runs
the finest trains wide-vestibuled
Pintsch lighted throughout with the
Burlingcon's celebrated free chair
cars dining cars Pullman sleepers
North-bound : two daily trains
perfectly equipped to Omaha Sioux
City St. Paul.
Northwest -.from fifty to five hun-
dred miles saved from the Missouri
River to the Northwest by the great
time saver the Billings Route.
West: from the Missouri River to
Colorado and beyond two great
7500 miles of standard railroad
The pioneer in courteous treatment
The mam traveled road every
ticket agent has tickets reading over
the Great Burlington Route.
For details ask your ticket agent
Or L.. VV . AKELEY.
Gen'I Pa3s'r Agent St. Louis Mo.
L. J. Bricker.
Trav. Pass'r Agent Kansas City Mo
General Manager St. Joseph Mo
A TEXAS WONDER.
HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY.
i noTaT ail disagreeable. l
I And as a cure for Indigestion I
Constipation Kidney If
Disorders if is
One small bottle of Hall's Great
Discovery cures all kidney and blad-
der troubles removes gravel cures
diabetes seminal emissions weak
and lame back rheumatism and all
irregularities of the kidneys and
bladder in both men and women.
Regulates bladder trouble in chil-
dren. If not sold by your -druggist
will be sent by mail on receipt of tl.
One small bottle is two month's
treatment and will cure any cause
Dr. E. W. Hall
Sole manufacturer St. Louis Mo.
formerly Waco Texas.
For sale by W. B. Frame druggist
Ardmore I T.
Temple Texas April 26 1899.
I have used Hall's Great Discovery
for bladder and kidney trouble and
would not take f 1000 for the benefit
receiyed from using one bottle. I
feel that I am permanently cured.
W. B. Tyleb. D. D. 8.
GULF COLORADO & SANTA FE R. R. CO.
Santa Fe Excursion Rates.
St. Louis Mo. Sept. 5 to 8 Annual
Convention National Association of
Stationary Engineers; rate one and
one-third fares on the certificate plan.
Annual Convention American Bank-
ers Association Cleveland. Ohio
Sep. 5 to 7; rate one and one-third
fare on the certificate plan.
National Association Veterans of
the Mexican War Indianapolis Ind.
Sept. 13 and 14; rate one and one-
third fares certificate plan.
Reduced one way rates now in ef-
fect to points north east and south-
east. New York July and August.
Meeting Merchants Association. Go-
ing July 16th to 20th and August 7th
to 10th. Good to return 30 days from
date of sale. One and one-third
Wooten Wells and return Good
for 30 days low rates. See agent.
Marlin and return Good for 30
days low rates. See agent.
Port Lavaca and return Good for
30 days low rates. See agent.
St. Louis Mo July August and
September Fall meeting Interstate
Merchants Association: one and one-
fifth fares for date se9 agent.
Summer round trip rates: Galves-
ton 17.65; Lampasas one and one-
third fare and San Angelo one and
Rockport. Aransas Pass and
Portland: Round trip tickets until
further notice from Ardmore I. T..
$17.05. Good for 30 days to return.
Eureka Springs Ark. and return
$16.65; return limit 90 davs.
Chicago 111. Aug. 14 to 19 -Nat
ional Afro-American Council and
National Association Colored Wo-
men. One and one third fares for
round trip; certificate plan.
Washington D. C. Sept. 11 to 15
Improved Order of Redmen General
Council of United States; one and
one-third fares tor round trip; cer-
Chicago 111. Aug. 13 to 15 Den-
tscher Kreiferbund of North Amer-
ica; one and one-third fares; certi-
Celumbus O. Aug. 19 to 26 Amer-
ican Association for the advance-
ment of science; one and one-third
fares; cartiflcate plan.
Chicago 111. Aug. and Sept.
Meetings National Association Mer
chants and Travelers; one and one-
fifth fores; certificate plan. Sales
Aug. 5 to 11 return Aug. 19; Aug. 19
to 25 return Sep. 2; Sep. 3 to 8 re-
turn Sep. 16; Sep. 16 to 23 return
W. S. KEEXAN
G. P. A.
Reduced Rates for Summer Trips.
Commencing June 1st and contin
uing to and including September 30
1S99 the Texas & Pacific Railway
company will sell round trip Summer
Tourist Tickets to points in Alabama
Colorado District of Columbia Geor-
gia Maryland Massachusetts Mich-
igan Minnesota Mississippi New
York. North Carolina. North Dakota
Ohio Ontario Pennsylvania. Quebec
South Carolina Tennessee Virginia
West Virginia and Wisconsin at a
considerable reduction in rates.
See the nearest Ticket Agent for
full information or write
E. P. Turner O. F. & T. A.
25tf Dallas Texas.
Choice lots iu Ardmore at a bar
gjaiu. Enquire at Ardmoreitk of-
fice. Mail orders for Blank Notes
Mortgages Rental Contracts
Etc. promptly attended to.
Rental contracts per 100 II 50
Notes per 100 50
Mortgages per 100 1 50
Send postage for return.
At $5.00 a ton. Every bale guar
anteed. If there is a faulty bale
among your put c hase lay it aside
and it shall be replaced with a
15 d tf J. W. DYER.
D. L. GOBLE & CO.
Electrical Contractors and
Dealers in Everything Electric.
Special attention given to resi
dence work. Onice in YVuittington
In Mileage Tickets
;: ISSUED BY
Santa Fe Route
Eve-y traveler shou'd know just what
this means and any Santa Fe agent
will teil for the asking.
W. 8. KEENAN
Gen. Pass. Agt. Galveston.
Clauds Weaves. Oio. O. Calms.
WEAVER CALMES & WEAVER.
Pauls Valley Ind. Ter.
Albert Ronnie. Merrill W Johnson.
RENNIE & JOHNSON
Attorneys at Law.
Do a general law practice la all court.
Paula Valley Ind. Ter.
H. A. Ledbetter. W. H. Wimberly.
LEDBETTER & WIMBERLY.
Ledbetter & Bledsoe Building'. Ardmore
A. Eddleman. J. C. Qraham.
EDDLEMAN & GRAHAM
Attorneys at Law.
Office Herbert & Lewis building. Ard-
more. I. T.
M. L. Garrett. W. H. Bingham.
GARRETT & BINGHAM
Do a civil and criminal practice.
Office in Wheeler building opposite court
house. Ardmnre. i. T.
JOSEPH P. MULLEN
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Criminal Law a Specialtt.
CJeneral law practice In the courts of the
Indian Territory: U. H. supreme court. Wash-
ington; court of claims; court of appeals
Eighth judicial district: executive depart-
ment. Office. West Main street near new
court house Ardmore I. T.
C. C. Potter. J. W. Ownbv
C. L. Potter Formerly of Paris Tex.
C. B. Potter W. D. Potter.
Of Gainesville. Tex.
POTTER. OWNBY & POTTER
ARDMORE I. T.
This Arm Is now located orer First Nation
al Bank. Will do civil and criminal practice
c an courts in tne Indian Territory.
LEDBETTER & BLEDSOE
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Ledbetter & Bledsoe bonding
a. M. Furman. C.L. Herbert. Jesse H. Hill
FURMAN HERBERT & HILL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office Herbert & Lewis building- Ard
H. C. Pottert. W. F. Bowman
POTTERF & BOWMAN
Attorneys at law.
Ernest Lee. Stenographer.
Office npntatrs in the Hardy building-
Ardmore. I. T.
DR. JEROME C. McNEES
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in Randol Building. Ardmore. I. T.
Office hours. 10 to 12 a. in.; 2 to 4 p. m. Res
ilence phone 13. Office phone 8.
special attention Kiven to obsietrlcs and
It xeases of children.
J. W. MOFFETT
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office calls answered day or night.
1 ... .... ....... ..fHa M ..... n ft. .f . .
n's druic store on Main street. 'Phone C
DR. W. HARDY.
Special Attention Given to the
Ear Nose and Throat Obstet
rics and Diseases of Women.
Office hoars 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to S p. m. Res
Idenre 'phone 36: office 30.
DR. A. E. ADAMS
The Latest Improvement for Crown
ana unage ho.
t.u.1 .nn.thotti. administered for the
painless extraction i let-in.
All work iruaranteed. prices to sun me
times . .
Office over Randol's store aramore. i. i.
ARDMORE DENTAL tPARLORS
Dr. W. II. Enloe Prop'r.
Hsvlnif completed my profession In 1H9S.
with seven Tears' experience in the reneral
practice of dentistry 1 am permanently lo-
cated here and solicit the patronage of the
citizens of Ardmore and vicinity. Give me
a chance at tout work in order that I may
convince rou. All work guaranteed.
Office hours 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. OtHce. front
rooms Ledbetter A Bledsoe building west
of First National Bank.
In the United States Commissioner's Court
In the Indian Territory Southern District
at Ardmore Iod. Ter:
Heath & James Plaintiffs)
H. I.. Ewing. Defendant.)
The defendant. H. L. Ewinir l warned
to appear in this court in thirty dys and
answer the complaint of the plalntlffs.Heata
Witness my hand and seal of office this
Mtb day of July. 189.
.IL1 . B. BRADFORD
1 U.S. Commissioner.
Cruce. Crnce & Crace attorneys for plat'ffa.
Jesse Hill attorn for defendant.
Published July U UM.
To the Public.
I have opened up a stock of
On Caddo street iu the frame
building owned and formerly occu-
pied by J. S. B. Apollos. Mr. B.
F. Cox will be my salesman and
we hope to share your patronage.
My stock ia bought for spot cash
and I think I can interest yon in
prices. Call and see us before
For Fine Tailoring
Call and see....
W. S. DUNCAN.
Making a big- reduction on Suits
and Trousers for the next thirty days.
Go and be convinced. Pennington
Building opposite Madden Sykes Co
Take the most popular route to St.
Louis and all points East Kansas
City and all points North and West.
Santa Fe train make close connec
tions at Oklahoma City and Wichita
for all points on the Frisco Line.
St. Louis and Kansas City Mail and
Express leaves Oklahoma City 0:15
veiy morning: leaves St. Louis 8:iu
verv eveninir arid arrives at Oklaho
ma City fi:20 the following evening.
Through Reel. .ling Chair Cars with-
ut chanire Pullman Palace Sleepers
from Monett to St Louis and Kansas
City. You can see u re berths before
Further information will be cheer
fully given by the nearest Agent or
B. F. DUNN. T. F. & P. A.
Oklahoma City O. T.
BRYAN SNYDER G P. A.
St Louis MO.
Do You Need the Service of a Bull?
I have one a large red roan
Durham milk stof-k. Will stand
tt uiy place one mile west of town
n the Lone Grove road. Fee
$1.00 when you turn cow in
CEO. W. HOLDER.
Prompt attention will
be given to all Sanitary
work. Notify me thro'
the postoffice Box 704
anrthinr too invent or improve ; also set
CAVEAT.tr ADC -MARK. COPYRtCHTor DESIGN
PROTECTION. Bend model sketch or photo.
for free examination and art rice.
BOOK OH PATENTS S-MK
Patent Lawyers. WASH I N GTO N D.C.
Anyone sending; a sketch and description rasy
quickly ascertain our opinion Tree wnmner mu
Invention is probably patentable. Communica-
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest uency for securing patent.
Patents taken throuirh Munn A Co. receive
rprcial notiei without charge in the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. T.anrest cir-
culation of any scientific Journal. Terma. . a
year: four months. fL Sold byall newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36Brod"'- New York
Branch Office. S3S T Bt-. Washington. D. C.
Digests what you eat.
It artiflclall jdipests the food and aids
Nature in streni?theninu and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It tsthelatestdiscovered digest-
ant and tonic. Ro other preparation
can approach It In efficiency. It In-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn
Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea
Sick Headache Gast ralgiaCramps and
all otherresultsof Imperfect digestion.
Prepared by CC DwWitt Co- Ctcaa
For sale by W. B. Frame.
IF YOU WOULD TRAVEL
in comfort purchase
your tickets "ci the
The 'BEST TIME
the BEST SERVICE
And the BEST con-
nections ere assured.
The only line operating
PARLOR CAPE CARS
(till U carte).
Elegant Wide Vestibaled
FREE Chair Cars.
THE BEST ROUTE
Memphis LooisviHe Cincinnati Nash-
ville Chattanooga Atlanta Hem
York Washington Philadelphia Bat-
timore and other cities of the North
East and Southeast.
For maps time tables and ether In-
formation 'write your nearest Cotton
'Belt Agent or
S. G. WARNER D. M.MORGAN
S'IPm'rmdTkt.ijt.. Iimling Pots' rAgtut.
TYLER TEX. FT. WORTH TEX.
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
WASHER BUFFET SLEEPERS
KATY CHAIR CARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
For St Louis. Gtilcaaw
and the EAST.
SMr Naw Pullman Vastlkutesl
Burfa Slsepara. Hands
New Chair Cars. (Saaia PiisJ
Only Una Running Throufh
Caach as and Sleepers to Htm
Orleans Without Chantf. . . .
DIKECT LINE TO
L. 8. THORNE. E. P. TURNER"
aa b.a 1 alar..
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THE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS
Ttis Weekly Ardmoreite
AT A VERY LOW PRICE.
HI SKMI-WBKKLY NEWS (Ualrestoa
or Dallas) Is published Toesdays and
Frldars. Bach Isao consiata of elrht
pares Thar are special departaaeata for
tha farmers th ladles and tha boys aad
Birla beside a world of seaersl oewa mat-
ter illustrated articles ate. We offer Taa
Beml-Weesly News aad the Weekly Abb
mobbitb for IS noDths for the low clubbiac
pries of tlM cash. This b1ts job tar
papers week or US papara a 7 ear for
rldlcoionsir low Brio. Band la your sab-
orlptios M oso.
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