The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 171, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 27, 1902 Page: 7 of 8
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Don't IVimtp Your Vciutlif Due It In
Cctllnir mi ntliicnllnn.
How tlit handicapped inllllolinlro en-
Tics boys In school or college nnd would
Elvo lmlf his wealth for tho chance to
lay n foundation which they nro think-
ing of spurning! How many nn embar-
rassed man In public life longs to re-
live boyhood that he may correct the
mistakes of his youth! How much more
be could tnnkc of his life of his posi-
tion If he had cultivated his mind
when young! Ho does everything nt a
disadvantage. His grasp of documents
speeches and books Is weak because he
does not know how to study. He must
employ n literary secretary to save him-
self from blunders of grammar errors
In history and biography or In politi-
cal economy. He Is forced to petty ex-
pedients to hide his Ignorance.
Oh what a pity It Is to sec splendid
ability made to do the work of medioc-
rity! A man of magnificent parts feel-
ing that he Is by nature Intended to
shine as n leader Is pitiable when
compelled to do the work of an Inferior
and plod along In hopeless obscurity.
The eager unrest of youth that chafes
at restraining school walls and longs to
rush to action makes havoc with count-
less careers. In after duys the old prov-
erb will ring mockingly In memory:
He that will not nbtn he may
'When lie would he thai) have nay.
What nro Investments In bonds and
6 toe lis. In houses and lands compared
jwlth Investment In nu education. In a
broad deep culture which will enrich
the life nnd be a perpetual blessing to
To rob oneself of the means of en-
joyment which education and culture
give has no compsusntlon In mere mon-
ey wealth. No material prosperity can
compare with a rich uitnd. It is n per-
petual wcllsprlng of satisfaction of en-
joyment It enables one to bear up un-
der misfortune to be cheerful under
discouragements trials and tribulations
."which overwhelm u shallow mind and
nu empty heart. Success.
Fowls will not thrive with close pen-
ning or crowding.
About one foot of spneo on the roost
should be nllowed for each adult fowl.
A handsome appearance Is worth 1 or
2 ceuts u pound on poultry in selling.
Calcareous matter for shells nnd
gravel to aid trituration In the gizzard
Ground or crushed bone Is so valua-
ble for their health that It should al-
ways be kept before them.
The morning meal maybe mndemoro
palatuble and stimulating by adding
cut onions with salt aud pepper.
Carelessness in the little details nec-
essary to good management will soon
show in the condition of the fowls.
Clean pleasant nnd suitable quarters
wlth wholesome nutritious food huve
much to do In determining the llavor
nnd quality of both the eggs nnd the
llesh of fowls.
A good way to tell n fresh egg Is by
the nlr bubble In the large end. The
'smaller the nlr bubble the fresher the
egg. A fresh egg must be cxamlued
closely to see the air bubble.
Tltoro Is one thing anarchists will not
consent to one thing they rebel ngalntt
(at least In thought and sometimes In
net) and that lu anybody's assumption
to rule another whether it be czar
king nobility or u democrnt majority.
Bays William M. Salter iu The Atlnntic.
They are disagreed about many things.
Thcro are Individualist anarchists end
poclnllst (or communist) anarchists be-
lievers In private property and believ-
ers in common property but nil nllke
bellevo In self rule.uud they are as much
opposed to democratic state socialism
ns to state socialism of any kind. They
believe that power Intoxicates the best
of men and are not willing to allow It
in any form. "No master high or low"
they say nftcr William Morris. "Let
life shape itself." ".Mind your own busi-
ness" "No Interference" such Is their
If you will make Inquiry it will bo
ft rovelation to you how many suc-
cumb to kidney or bladder troubles
in one form or another. If tho patient
is not beyond medical nld Foley's Kid-
ncy Curo will cure. It nevor disap-
points. Sold by Donnor & Bonner.
It Is a good policy not to speak un-
kindly of tho dead.
Foley's Kidney Cure
mnkes kMnry nnrt hlndder rltfht
-; rup I'epiln to cure
ur Stomach Trouble
onUjiK to directions.
nil; tM. i
DR. V.'. . CALDWELL.
r. ivi'rir LaVi'iw two. third c? ft fifty
Ctnt or outs dollar bottlo It falls to
do- it represented wo will refund Uio
HPSIK SYRUP COMPANY ftf?1 I
QULF COLORADO & SANTA FE
Tho Santa Fo has put In reduced
rates from all stations to Sulphur
Springs I. T. the famous Indian Ter-
ritory health resort. Get rato from
Santa Fo agent which Includes stage
rldo from Davis to Sulphur Springs
and return. Send and get pamphlet
rickets on sale dally until September
30 1902 inclusive good returning Oc-
tober 31 1902.
Reunion Hood's Texas Drlgado
Association June 27 and 28; limit
June 29. Hate ono and one-third
fare plus 10 per cent.
Eighteenth nnnual session Grand
Lodge Knights of Pythias (col-
ored) Juno 9 to 14; limit Juno
ID. Hate one and one-third fare
plus 1U per cent
Negro Young People's Christian
and Educntlonal Congress Au-
gust C to 11. Hate ono standard
first-class limited fare plus $1.50
membership fee. See Santa Fo
agents for limit.
Montcnglo Sunday School Insti-
tute August 11 to 23; limit
August 27. Hate one first-class
standard faro for tho round trip.
ASHEVILLE N. C:
Southern Students' Conference Y.
M. C. A. June 13 to 23. Hato ono
standard first-class limited fare
for the round trip. Limit Juno 29
Monteaglo Assembly Bible School
July 3 to August 1G; limit not
later than August 30. Hate ono
Btsndard first-class limited faro
for the round trip.
Gonornl Conference Colored Meth-
odist Church May 7 to 31; limit
Juno 4. Hnto one standard first-
class limited faro for tho round
Annual meeting Natlonnl Edu-
cational Association July 7 to 11;
seo agont for limit. Hato ono
regular stnndard first-class faro
Annual mooting Young People's
Union Society of tho United
Prosbytorlan Church. Seo Santa
Fo agents for rates and limit.
SULPHUR SPRING I. T.:
Tourist rates. Seo Snnta Fe
agents for particulars.
SAN FnANClSCO CAL.:
Biennial mooting Knights of
Pythias AugUBt 12 to 14 1902.
Seo Santa Fo agent for rato end
ST. PAUL MINN.:
Natlonnl Baptist Anniversaries
May 20 to 28 limit May 29. Rate
ono standard first-class limited
fare plus $2.00.
Texas Convention Christian
Church Juno 9th to 12th and Tex-
as Retail Grocers and Butchers
Association June 10th to 11th
rates on tho convention plan.
Limit Juno 13th.
Annual Meeting Farmers National
Congress October 7th to 10th
Limit October lGth Rato ono
standard first-class limited fare
for tho roundtrlp.
Occasionally a wlso man loses his
hend but a fool nover finds It.
4T are most fre-
OVI t3 ralVTecVol
they are liable to appear upon other parti
of the body. When they begin to spread
and eat into the llesh BUarp piercing
Slim are felt as the underlying tissue u
estroyed and the tender nerves exposed
Cancerous sores develon from verv triflina
causes a carbuncle or boil swollen gland
a little watery buster on tne tongue oi
Hp a wart mole or bruise of some kind
Dccoincs an Indolent leslcrlug sore
wlitcli in time degenerates into cancer
"Ten years Biro I
had a sore on my left
temple which the
v canorous ulcer J
It would iteh burn
svnd bleed then scab
ovor but would
never heal. Aftor
tuklntr S. B. S. awhile
tho nore began to f
discharge and when
all tho poisonous
natter had passad
out is iroi wen. i
took In all about
thirty bottles continuing it for so mi
time after the sore had healed to bt
sure all the poison was out of my sya
tern. Have seen no sls-n of the oancoi
In ten years JOSEFIIUS KEID.
Oant Audrian Co. JCc
Sftk -tffe i strictly a vegetable
QfcT St remedy and while
L. possessing purifying
s-.iD LJla and healing propertiei
does contains nothing that could deranei
the system. While c'.eausing the blood
it also builds up the general health.
If you have a suspicious sore or othet
blood trouble send for our free book on
Blood and Skin Diseases and write to ui
lor any information or advice wanted
we dwkg nu uiarjc lur uiia dciviic
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA CA.
Fattern Hats at Actual Cost
and the nobbiest Street Hats for Ladies Misses and Chil-
dren that have been shown and also Hair Switches and
MRS. M. E. SPURGEON
tation and camp supplies a specialty.
A. F JONES
West Main St. Ardmore I. T.
..Bread and Cakes
are the best in Ardmore. Try them
and you will like them. Give me an
order- J. N. IMRIE.
all iti ill if. ra. if. it. if. it. -- -- -- -- --
V V I V F r TT I I 4 i TTT r " I W I 'FT 1 I
& President L. 13. KOI3ERSON. ' Mnnntmr ' Mft
SEstMtes Given on New Machinery.
General Line of
V n al a I
m best hquippea Macnme
mil buy sen or txenange
Rma arl iir r
New Hardware Store
f iiW yyyz.i qr
We have opened up a full line
oi Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Heating and Cooking Stoves Build
ers' Material and
We also carry a
Shtnnrlpc ncVi Tjnnrs and Srrftftns. T
These goods have been bought for 4.
cash and will be sold for a legitimate
profit. Call on us when in town.
SUGGS & BRO.
H. S SUGGS Manager. f
Genuine Comb Honey
in Pound Frames
UR Groceries are
the very best. Plan
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T M STlMnI W
Machinery Co. I
Repair Eng'nes Well Augers Etc
atfl a I mm
snop in me lemiory.
New or secona nana Macnmery
I1! Mr! ww am a
w mi uiiiui ii
Tools Saddlery t
full line of Lumber J
I. T. f
J. P. THAYER
Civil Engineer and Architect
BunvKYS and Plats Madb.
Plans estimates and sner.lflr.nt.lnnt
Gorman Hutldlnu Ardmore I. T.
Law And Real Estate
LKDUKTTKH A BLKDBOB
ATTORNEYS AT LAfT.
OOlo. In Leilbsllsr Illsdsoe hatldtai
U.L.Usrrell. W. II. lllnchsss
QARUKTT A BINGHAM
Do s oItII sod erlmlnsl crsolles.
Uffloe In Wheeler bnlldlnir. anno.lla loin
honse Ardmore I. T
J08BP1I P. MULLUN
Attorney and Codnbkloii at Law
OamiNAL Law a BrsoiALrr.
Qsosrsl ltv nrsetloa In lha ennrli of Iht
IndlsnTerrltorrt U.B.saDreme eonrt.Waih.
Ingloni ooart or olslmsi oonrl of sppssli
niunia juaioiii aisinaii txeaaiiTe aepsri-
meal. Offloe. West Main street atar asv
ooart boasa Ardmore I. T.
DR. WM. S. PENNELL
Odlco over Peoples' Cafe.
8 nnd 10.
Dt. F. JP. Y017 lacilcj'
Ooallst and Anrlst.
Special attention Elven to Borserr snd
Ulsosses of the
EYG OAR NOSB AND THROAT
masses Accurately l ltteu.
Offlcs oyer Iloaner St llooner's Drnir Btore
Hooms 3 and S. Ardmore I. T.
Tbooei lloaldeace 41. OIllco 11.
Kes Phone IS
HARDY A McNEES
PlIYSICIANS AND SUHOKONB.
OCloe bourn 10 to 12 a. m.. a to i d. m..ana
8 to 9 p. mi Hnndsyi 10 to tl a.m. and I to 4
p. ro uinoo mono ui. uinoe over usinser
droit store oornor Main sad Osddo streeti.
DR. O. W. JJENTIIUSEN
Oall at Oity or Central Livery
Stables Ardmore I. T.
J. W. SMITH. R. D. MOORE.
Phono 14. Phono 70.
SMITH &. MOORE.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offlce In Gorman Block over J. B.
Wall's drug storo. Ofllco tolophons
No. C thrco rings.
Wo treat both Acuto and Chronic Dis
eases but mako a specialty of chronic
diseases and diseases of women.
Office 414 North Washington 8treot
DR. J. F. SON
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Diseases
of Women and Children.
Offlco In Gorman Building.
Offlce Hours: 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p.m.
Ofllco Phono i.o. G.
Resldcnco Phone No. 132.
I. W. FOLSOM M. D.
Dogb a General Practice. Special
Attontion to Obstetrics Disons
e8 of Women nnd Children.
31 Ycara Experience.
Offloe oyer Bonner & Bonner's draft- store.
Offlce obone lit residence 12s.
DB. A. IS. ADAMH
The Latest Improyomont for Orowt
and Bridge Work.
Looal ancsthetlos administered (or Iks
painless extrsotlon oi teeth.
All vork a-oarantesd. Prloes to lull iim
umoe OTfr nanaon store. Aramore.i.T
W. 0. Kb Lou
ENLOE & LEE
All work guaranteed. Gorman building
over oity national iianx.
Telephone No. M. Ardmore Ind. Ter
Houser & Nugent
Estlmitas Given on Aoj .Kind of building
United States of America Southern
District of Indian Territory:
In Mayor's Court. Town of DouchortY
J. 13. Harrison vs. John Craig
alias J. C. Hond:
Tho defondant John Crnls alias J.
Bond Is wnrncd to unncar In this
court within thirty days and answer
tho complnlnt of plaintiff. J. D. Har
April 23 1902.
(First published April 30 1S02.)
letters of administration on tho es
tate of Sarah L. Sanders deceased
ero Kranted to tho undersigned dat-
f tho fifth day of May 1002. by tho
United Stntes court for tho Southern
District of tho Indian Territory.
All persoiiH having claims ncalnst
nld estnto nio rcriuirod to exhibit thcrn
properly . Ihcntlcntcd for nllownncc
tho administrator within ono jenr
nftcr tho dnto of said letter or they
may bo precluded from nny benefit In
said ostnto; and If such claims bo not
exhibited within two yenrs from tho
dnto of snld letters they shall bo for
ever barred nnd precluded from any
benefit from said estate.
JOSEPH P. MULLEN.
Admlnlstrattor of Snrah U 8andcrs Do
Ardmore lndlnn Territory May 5
'Irst published Mny 11 1902.
Notice to Contractors.
Time for opening bids for all labor
necessary In tho construction of tho
Oddfellows' homo nt Chccotnh I. T
has been oxtonded from Mny 20 to
Juno 4 1902. Pinna nnd specifications
of tho homo can bo seen nt tho of-
fices of N. G. Turk Chccotnh I. T.;
O. II. Alexander grand secretary I. O.
O. K Muskogee I. T. nnd O. A. Mc-
Ilrlde secretary board of trustees
Wagonor I. T. Illds will bo rocclvnil
by N. Q. Turk nnd opened nt Chcco
tnh I. T. nt 3 p. in. Juno 4 1?02. Tho
right Is rosorved to reject nny nnd
0. W. MOWBRAY Pres.;
N. C TURK Troas.;
0. A. McBRIDE Sec;
Notice In Bankruptcy.
In tho United States court for tho
Southorn district of tho Indian Ter-
ritory nt Pauls Valloy; In tho mat-
ter of Johnson & Jack bankrupts:
To tho Hon. Hogca Townsond
Judge of the United Stntea court
Southern district of tho Indian Terri-
tory: Your potltlonor J. T. Johnson
would respectfully represent nnd
state to tho court thnt ho was a mom-
bor of the firm of Johnson & Jack a
Arm composed of himself and ono
Tom Jack both formerly of Ada I. T.;
thnt on tho 8th day of July 1901 tho
said firm of Johnson & Jnck and
ench member thereof was adjudged
bankrupts under tho act of congross
relating to bankruptcy; that said
firm and each member thereof has
surrendered nil property belonging to
them or either of them nnd have
fully complied with all tho require-
ments of said act and orders of the
court touching their bankruptcy.
Wherefore your petitioner J. T.
Johnson prays that tho firm of John-
son & Jack and ho himself imay bo
decreed by tho court to havo a full
discharge from all debts payable
against said firm and himself Individ
ually and their estates under the
said bankruptcy act except such
debts as aro excepted by law from
Dated this tho 30th day of April
JOHNSON & JACK
J. T. JOHNSON
In tho United States court for the
Southorn district of tho Indian Ter-
ritory at Pauls Valley; in tho mat-
ter of Johnson & Jack bankrupts
In bankruptcy; order of notlco:
On this the Cth day of May 1902
on reading of tho nbovo and forego
ing petition it is ordered by tho court
that a hearing bo had upon tho came
on tho 5th day of June 1902 at Ard
more before said conrt in said dis-
trict at 9 o'clock in the forenoon
and that notlco hereof bo published
In the ArdmorcItea newspaper print-
ed In said district and that all known
creditors and other persons in interest
may appear at said time and place
and show cause if any they havo
why tho prayer of said petitioner
should not be granted.
And It is further ordored by tho
court that tho clerk shall send by mall
to all known creditors copies of said
petition and this order addressed to
thorn at their places of resldcnco as
Witness the Hon. Hosea Townsend
Judgo of uald court and tho seal there-
of at Ardmore in said district. oa
this tho 6th day of May 1902.
CHAS. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
By J. T. FLEMING Deputy Clerk.
(First published May 15 1902.)
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