The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 102, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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ABSORBED IN WHIST.
A Gm lliut tost Cs-nrrnl Diirtlf.
la- a Korlnnr.
Not many years aco a famous wlrit
game was phiyod at Hivl'miry Vt. . Two
of th(? fitters in lii-ing Goncral Donblo-
day ami Honry Dator of the well known
firm of Duter Thompson & Co. It was
eoraetl inr like or 10 cents a comer:
so you set; it was easy for a. luun to lost!
an ranch as $1.90 in an aft..-1-noon. Play
began after the Sndbnry c.inuer hour
half pjt 1 and lasted nntil teatime.
The old roosters became so wrapped up
in the game that nothing short of an
earthquake conld have disturbed theiu.
Brokers in New York could do nothing
to shake the interest.
The same was played at the time of
the historic Hannibal and St. Joe cor-
ner enpineered by Kennedy Hutchin-
son & Co. in the interest of their client.
John Duff of Boston. Doubleday was
(selling the stock short through Van
Kchaiefe & Co.. and at a quarter to 3 on
the eventful day he received a telegram
from liia brokers advising him of the
situation. The game was stopped ju.-t
lonjr enough for him to read it and lay
it aside. In 20 minutes a second dis-
patch arrived was read and cast asiil ..
Doubleday was winning at the rate of
35 c':is an hour. What did he care
alxr.t Hannibal and St. Joe? Latvr iri
the afternoon a third summons came
from Van Schaick & Co.. ;inl at 5
o'c! K'k a fourth. Then Donblcday arose
and remarked: "Gentlemen. I ha .0 eii-
joyed the :.-ame. My wintiit.gs ar - ex-
actly 1 .!5. I must say gi oil afternoon
as it is lift essary for me to take the iirst
train for New York. " The uext morn-
ing his brokers informed him that lie
co;ild set tie for ?! 00000. At the time
the first telegram was sent he could
haw Hf ttled for -5.i.0. at the time .f
the sccit:d for s50.no1. jj;-. ;!ird fur
$T5.''00. He had atopic warning but
in the thick of the Sudbury game of
whist he 1 lieved the rise was only a
threatening flurry. New York Press.
The Sluxin I In- Huililii.u; Architect
iof n Conscience Stricken Lml.
Tiie fccntcli are fond of telling stories
vhuh illustrate the peculiar simplicity
of miiid of their country people. This
simplicity at least saves them from
One of these stories relates that an
honest mason once had a contract to
build a small house of stone. He came
early and began from the inside to lay
the stone working very fast. At. noon
hLs young son brought him his dinner
peeping over the wall as he handed the
basket to his father. With honest pride
in his ye the mason looked over to the
"Woel. Jock hoo d ye think I'm
gettin mi '!" he asked.
"Ye're getting on famous feytlu r. "
Answered .tuck looking at the solid
wall in which ihere was i:o break.
"But hoo d'ye get oot T '
Tii" mason looked around. It was
true fie h. ul provided the honse with
nodooT ;t a.l and he was on the inside.
He looked kindlv and verv admirimrlv
at ti-.; boy.
"Mon. Jock ye've a irrand la id on
ye'" he exclaimed. "Ye'll lie an arclii-
tect yet v. Mire ;;s y r feyther's a ma-
Another story shows how unsuccess-
ful as n thief the rustic Scot may he.
Two young plowmen went into a gar-
den at Itiji't to steal guoseberries. 'J'lie
bushes surrounded a plot of potatoes.
ani as .;ic of the lads groped about he
get a hand-'ul of potato jilmns. which
he ni kiy ..!t into his mouth. Then he
gaspcil to h! comrade :
"( Mi. .h:; .:. I'm poisoned! Tor onv
!:. i-'uove :ne through the hedge again
for I waudiia like to dee i' the auld
lu:m'-i gairdeii!" Youth's Companion.
et In I".n:;!n:iil. Ixjr.
as a lad. fully half the pop-
ulation of both sexes rich as well as
poor the banker equally with the work-
ingman w.iv snutftakers. My lirst
sehoolm.istf r always carried his snuff
loose in lie; waistcoat pocket and in-
numerable were his dips into it with
two fingers and a thumb in the course
of the day. while the big gauffered frill
which protruded from the txisom of his
shirt was al.vays thickly sprinkled with
it. We tii-id to notice that he never
seemed to relish one of his huge pinches
o im ch as immediately after vhavimr
administered a sound castigation to ;
some recalcitrant pupil.
On the other hand there was little or
no open air Miioking except in the case j
of laiiorin.tr men going to or from their i
"work. In this n-rx-ct lueifer match) s j
have rwmiethimr to answer for; but for;
them the practice of outdoor smoking
would never have grown to its present j
f-noimous proportions. Chaniljera j
An I'ut'Xfierf oil Call.
"You are int isohig out I we"
"Yes. iin important engagement.
What was it y.iii wanted'"
"It was about that little debt I owe
"Ah. yes: Taknawat."
"1 was going to a.-k yon for a little
"Oh excuse ne hut I'm alreadv
"I pa'. I was going to ask yon for a
little delay when I met a fellow who
paid np what he owed me and" t
"Why on earth don't you sit down?
Will yon take a glass of wineV" Paris
o Faith In Anything.
"Annt Josephine is a thorough skep-
tic." "She is?"
"Yes; she pntsmncilage on the back
of every postage ftanip she nses."
Elephants have only eight teeth two
above and two below on each eide. All
elephants' "baby teeth." fall out when
the animal is abont 14 years old and a
new set grows.
he hew way.
to think " te-
rn a le diseases "
could o n I y be
treated after "Io-
tions" by physi-
cians. Dread of
kept thousands of
silent about their
Vine of Cardul has now demon-
strated that nine-tenths of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attention
at all. The simple pure
taken In the privacy of a woman's
own home insures quick relief and
speedy cure. Vomen need not
hesitate now. Vine of Cardui re-
quires no humiliating examina-
tions for its adoption h cures any
disease that comes under the head
cf ferr.ale troubles" disordered
menses falling cf the wemb
"whites" change of life. It makes
women beautiful by making them
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them heiiihy. $l.G0at
the drug store.
For advice in cass requiring s:ec!il
directions address pivin-r symptoms
the "Ladies' Advisory Pirtn.er.t."
Tc ChMtar.00fc Medicine Cu. CtilU-
W. I. ADDISON M.D. Cary. Kiss. ssyi:
"I use Wine of Cardui extensively in
my practice anil Hud Ha most excellent
rep4rjliuu fur female troubles."
A TEXAS WONDER.
HALL'S great DISCOVERY.
One small bottle of Hall's Creat
Discovery cures all kidney and blad-
der troubles removes gravel cure
diabetes seminal emissions weat
and lame back rheumatism and all
irregularities of the kidneys andj
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 SI
One small bottle is two monthV
treatment and will cure any cause-
E. W. Hall
Sole manufacturer P. O. Box 218
For sale by W. B. Frame druggist
Ardniore I T.
Cainesville Tex.. April 15th. IS'.)"
We tne undersigned have used Hall's
Discovery for kidney or bladder
troubles and have been cured or
greatly benefitted by its use and can
fully recommend it to othars.
J. R. Shoktridoi-: Mayor.
R. C. Cook Ex. Co. Com.
J. G. Moss.
One red and white dehorned cow
branded x L on left side marked
crop and tinder half crop in each
ear. Owner can have same ly
paying for her feed and this adver-
tisment. J. F. i.u:Kir.i.
Ki-tf Three miles north ofeijv.
Registered No. 33070.
The fine registered .leisey Mull
which 1 'nought at the Dallas State
Fair will stand the season at my
barn northwest of Hargrove Col-
lege. Service Fee $5. Must
be paid when cow is served allow-
ing return privilege. This animal
is of the
Famous Sf. Lambert Strain of Jerseys
finest butter stock in the world.
Thornhill's dam made a test of 1G
pounds of butler in seven days.
El. M. GOFF.
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
V7&GMER BUFFET SLEEPERS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
KATY CHAIR CARS
For Houre and Lawn
H. KADEH Florist
'Phone G3 Gainesville. Texas.
anvthinr yon invent or improve; aloo get
CAVEAT.TRADE-M ARK COPYRIGHTor DESIGN
PROTECTION. Send model sketch or photo
for free examination and advice.
BOOK OH PATENTS fee before patent.
Patent Lawyers. WASH I NGTON. D.C.
WANTED AT ONCE.
Twelve good Men tt organize i
Councils of the American Plow- j
men. Can oJVer pood money to the;
riht arties. Address j
L. Tyek. j
Detnity Nat. President
2-l(.; dlm Ardniore. I. T. j
The Corner Grocery Store
Keeps iu the lead with the finest list of Feed
Hay Oats Bran Crushed .feed and Corn.
In the way of ( JIxOCERIES our stofe is the acknowledged leadei
in low prices
Two Gars of Leader
Fine High Patent Flour
West Main St.
The Only Reliable
Cream Bakery and Confectioner)
.Keeps Constantly cm Hand-
Fresh Bread 1 Hand Made Cakes a Specialty
Cardies Fruits aud Nuts. This is the place to get
the lest meal in the eity for the money
Ardniore I. T.
g ofcK Kentuchy
Mail Orders sill
Best Machine on Earth tor $2250 Cash at
.STEVENS KENNERLY & SPRAGINS GO.
Sold under guarantee. Agents also for the
White. New Home and Davis
Sold on terms to suit the purchaser. The"Weekly Ardmoeeite
newsiest paper in the Territory given to each purchaser of a machine.
St. Loofs mi M Froncisco
Take the most popular route to St.
Louis and all points East Kansas
City and all points North and West.
Santa Fe trains 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 :15
eveiy morning: leaves St. Louis 8:10
every evening and arrives at Oklaho-
ma City ii:'20 the following evening.
Through Reclining Chair Cars with-
out change Pullman Palace Sleepers
from Monett to St Louis and Kansas
City. You can sceure berths before
Further information will be cheer-
fully given by the nearest Agen or
II. F. DI'NX.'T. F vt P. A..
. Oklahoma City O. T.
1511 YAN SNYDER ;. P. A..
St. Louis Mo.
Excursion Kates via. Santa Fe Routs
Chicago National Association of
Merchants and Travelers. Sell cer-
tificate plan one and one-fifth fares
for round trip. Sell February ISth to
21th inclusive; return Men. 4th.
A. Lucas. Agt.
and Blue Ribbon Floor.
at per hundred.
A. F. JONES
.of George J. Frasher
G. J. FRASHER
WINES and LIQUORS
For Medical Purposes.
Receive our Prompt Attention
r " J "" '
T. N. IIARRIS
Contractu ii and Hpildeiu
All klndn of shop work done. Competent
iorce 01 workmen.
Shop In Hammon.H' Lumber Yard Artlraore
H. C. Potterf. W. F. Bowman.
POTTERF & BOWMAN
Attorneys at law.
Will Stewart. 8tenofrrapher.
Office ooataira in the Hardy building
Ardmore. I. T.
Cornelias Hardy. Summers Hardy
HARDY & IIARDY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice In all the court.
Office in Hardy building. Ardmore I. T.
M. L. Garrett. w. H. Bingham
GARRETT & BINGHAM
Po a civil and criminal practice.
Office in Hardy building. Ardmore I.'T.
JOSEPH P. Ml'LLEN
Vttorney and Counselor at Law.
Criminal Law a Stkcialtv.
ficncral law practice in the courts of the
Indian Territory: I" s. supreme court. Wash-
JilTton; court of claimtt: court if appeal
SiKhth juilicial district : executive depart-
acnt. tltllce. Vest Main street near nem
ourt house Ardmtire I. T.
-. Potter. J. w. Ownbv
V. I.. Potter. Formerl v of Paris Tex
1. H. Potter. w. 13. Potter.
Of OainesrilK. Tex.
POTTER. OWN BY & POTTER
ARDMORE r. T.
This firm in now located over First Nation-
tl Hank. Will do civil and criminal practice
n all courts in the Indian Territory.
LEDBETTEK & BLEDSOE '
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Ledbetter & Bledsoe buildin?
(.M.Kurman. C. L. Herbert. Jesse H. Hil
FURMAN HERBERT & HILL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office. Herbert & Lewis buildine Ard
W. T. NIXON
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Vill i.ractice in all the courts. Office ore:
City National Bank
ARDMOUE I. T
Formerly of Paris. Tei
DDDLEMAN JCHNSON & CRAWFORD
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office. Herbert. Lewis building. Ard
nor. I. T.
!i:. K. L. HELM.
PHYSIC I A N.
mice uvcr ity Druir Sturc."
K'-i'li'iii-c. North Court s-lrcct c bloc!
mrth "t Ardmoreite otl'u e.
t .ills aii.suercd day or niuht.
J. W. MOFFETT
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
OlTlc-e calls answered dav or nitrbt.
Office In Jameson buildintr. over Weiss
Bros.. Main street Ardmore. I. T.
T. 8. BOOTH M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Special attention to surgical cases.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. ni. and 4 to 8 p. m.
Office Ledbetter & Bledsoe building. Ard
more I.T. 'Phones 1 and 4.
DR. V. HARDY.
Special Attention Given to the
Ear Nose and Throat Obstet-
rics and Diseases of Women.
Office hours 10 to 15 a. m.. 2 to 5 p. m. Res-
idence 'phone 38: office. 30.
In order to ai -trtirr our n-t-
I ami snil if nuoii. this o
I m-r. Mi?- itilt-ri .. .1;..
I aiiU 60C (-.-taniMs taken ) to the
ILLUSTHiTEO TOUTH AND AGE
trial subscription;" orwiil s-nd it the lirslft hkm.
for 30C lU-t;ular price $1 x-r yrar. It U an il-
liir.iltil seim-montaly journjl.of ilitu u pars.
l- ICTIov.l'ofcrKl AIIVFNTJ KHBVSl:.M)Lsil
W IT INDlll MIIK. lllTHKV I'.IK KAHU THAVrLS
llt.S (jLMHAL INKOKMATION. WoMAX's Dt-
rKlMtT. and kv. Taylor's Dn-AKTMtNT.
l)lur's Lore Letters to tlie Poblic an- f Spe-
ri"l ini.-r.-st. Pmitilr rorvfrrr. Aotnts Wanted.
FRFF I EDUCATION etc. To any subscriber
1 tVLLi . who will s.ture enough new subscrib-
rrs at our retfuLir rates to eou.il the rcjrular price
of the article s.-lect-ii we will irive free: bicvcle.
'oi l Wiitch diamond rinir. ori scholarship In i-ithrr
cf Drauehon's liusine&sCnlleecs Nashville Trnn.
It ! vrston or Trxarksna. Trx.. or one i n almost any
1 lusiuess Collcje or LiU-rary School. Write us.
Mention Ardmoreite Ardmore I. T.
A complete set of
tools. Will sell
cheap. Call on
SUGGS & BR0
Berwyn 1. T.
Important gateways4 : !
For St. Louis. GUlcaQO
and the EAST.
Superb New Pullman Vestibular
Buffet Sleepers. Handsome
New Chair Cars. (Scan Fra.)
Only Lin Running Through
Coach es and Sleepers to New
Orleans Without Change
DIRECT LINE TO
US. THCRNE. E. P. TURNER
X Third Vtr--re't
J ul Oeu 1 i.r..
Zures Impotencj- Nipht Emissions and
vastinrr diseaaes all effects of EeLf-
abuse or excess and indis-
-ro'nr. A ...... -n 1
r nun- x&iii:iioivuii;tlllU
L5? -T "loan miliuer. linnjjs the
pink plow to pale cheeks and
By mail 50c per box; (j boxes
cor .li.50; with a written guaran-
tee to euro or refund the money.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson St& CHICAGO ILL.
For sale by
Hnnner & Honner. Pruuirist.
jld&wly Ardmore. I nd. Ter.
vm oietcT csvHfcnewia
&i astern ams
s. C. WARNER.
OCHL. PASSAMOCS AOINT
A. A. CLISS0N.
t PattMXR Aat.
FL Worth. Tex.
ST. LOUIS and
ST. P1III drift NnHh.
7 m -St "sms
f "Jt: yTrtROVCH
i 1 CAR
S ' - vl LINE
Oil AH A KEBRASK1 L
AiiiniAfi v m A
uiuuAuu ana tasi
UTAH CALIFORNIA l!QHTA!.Ai
BLACK HILLS. VASHImGTU
Kansas City t0 St. Louis;
Free Chair Cars Dining Cars.
L. t. BRiCKCR. T. P. A - KANSAS CTTT.
HOWARD ELLIOTT cewu ou T. JOSSP".
V. W. WAKtLtr.OH-l.PA8S-AOT.T.LOUt.
For Sale Cheap.
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