The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 50, Ed. 1, Monday, January 5, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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Special Correspondence .
Hoaldton I. T. Jan. 3. Tho now
yoar la UBhcrcd In with rain that
makes tho roads bad agalii.
Tho weather Is lino and cool today.
A general moving la going on nil
going to places for this year's farm
Emot Chaso and. Ben Heald have re-
turned to school.
Our school will open up again Mon-
day week and with a gain In attend
Tom Couch rojolccs at tho arrival
of a dnughtor at his home.
Many of our pcoplo will visit Ard-
moro this month In tho capacity of
Mrs. J. W. Orlno has spent tho wook
hero vlrltlng relatives.
Plowing will bo bosun as soon as the
ground can bo worked. Prospucts for
this year's crops aro good.
$100 Reward $110
Tho rcadors of this paper will bo
ploascd to learn that thoro Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
bo!n ablo to cure in all Its stagos and
that b catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Is tho
only posltlvo euro now known to tho
medical fraternity. Catarrh bolng a
constitutional disease requires a con-
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Curo Is taken Internally acting direct-
ly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces
of tho system thereby destroying tho
foundation of tho disease and giving
tho patlont strength by building up tho
constitution nnd assisting nature In do
ing Its work. Tho proprietors havo so
much faith in Its curatlvo powers that
thoy offer $100 for nny caso that It
falls to curo. Send for list of testi-
F. J. CHENEY St CO. ToleJo O.
Sold by all druggists 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
It nover occurs to the man who is
always waiting for something to turn
up that ho might lond a hand at tho
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin L.L. D.
Waverly Toxas writes: "Of a
morning when first rising I often find
a troublesomo collection of phlegm
which produces a cough and Is very
hard to dlslodgo; but a small quan-
tity of Ballard's Horchound Syrup
will at onco dlslodgo It and It Is so
pleasant to take. I can most cordial-
ly rccommond It to all persons need-
ing a inedicino for throat or lung trou-
bles." Prlco 25c 50c 1.00 at W. B.
You Know What You An Taking
When you take Grovo's Tasteless Chill
Tonic becauso tho formula is plainly
printed on every bottlo showing that
It Is simply Iron and qulnlno In a
tasteless form. Uo curo no pay. 50-;.
H. Williams Son Antonio Texas
writes: Ilttlo Early Riser pills aro tho
best I ovor used In my family. I un-
hesitatingly recommend thorn to every
body. They curo constipation bil-
iousness sick headache torpid liver
jaundice mnlarla and all other liver
troubles. For salo by City Drug Store.
The saloon bar and tho plo counter
havo each caused much suffering.
The many friends of H. O. Hausan
onglncor L. E. & W. It. R. at prcsont
living in Lima O. will bo pleased to
know of his recovery from threatened
kidney disease. Ho writes: "I was
cured by using Foloy's Kidney Curo
which I recommend to all especially
-train men who aro usually similarly
afflicted." Sold by Bonner & Bonner.
No woman Is perfect but some of
them aro very successful In conceal-
ing their Imperfections.
Unconscious from Croup.
During a sudden and tcrrlblo attack
of croup our llttlo girl waB uncon-
scious from strangulation says A. L.
Spofford postraastor Chostor Mich.
and a doso of Ono Mlnuto Cough Curo
was administered and repeated often.
It reduced tho swelling and Inflamma-
tion cut tho mucous and shortly tho
child was resting easily and speedily
Focovored. It euro coughs colds la
grippe and all throat and lung troubles
Ono Mlnuto Cough Curo llngors in tho
throat and chest and enables tho lungs
to contribute; puro health-giving oxy-
gen to tho blood. City Drug Storo.
"External appearances aro often
misleading" says tho Manayunk Phil-
osopher. "Any terrapin would rather
bo a mud turtle."
A Life at Stake.
If you but know tbo splendid morlt
of Foley's Honey and Tar you would
novor bo without it. A doso or two
will provent an attack of pneumonia
or la grippe It may savo your Hfo.
Sold by Bonnor & Bonnor.
Horses aro llko eggs. It Is Impossi-
ble to tell what's In them until they
Best Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin Supt City Water-
works Shullsburg Wis. writes: "I
havo tried many kinds of linlmont but
have nover received much benefit un
til I used Ballard's Snow Linlmont for
rhoumatlsm and pains. I think It tho
best liniment on earth." 25c 50c
and $1.00 a bottlo at W. B. Frame's.
Own a double-barrel hammcrless
shotgun for less money than you ever
thought possible. Wllirams Corlin' '&
Cp. havo cut the price.
Pneumonia and La Grippe.
Coughs cured quickly by Foley a Honey
and Tar. Rofuso substitutes. Sold by
Bonnor & Bonner.
Subscribe for the Ardmorolte.
THE F1STI SUHGE0N.
OPERATIONS WHICH HE PERFORMS
UPON HIS PATIENTS.
Knife nml Bhcnr Arc t'apil nnd the
FIkIi Slur Ho Kept Ont nt Wnlrr
From Five to Nrvi-n Mlniltcn IIiht
Medicines Aro Ailinlnlnlcroil.
The fish doctor llko the rogulnr doc-
tor gives tuedlrlne pcrfurniB surgical
operations nml superintends his pa-
tients' diet nnd environment. These
aro tho principal operations which be
performs: Trimming the fish's tall with
fish shears when fungous growths en-
large It; stripping the Hsh to remove
tho eggs or milt that have not been
naturally deposited; cxclHlug with tho
lance tumors lacerated scales tiud
splinters of bone.
Among tho medicines that tho fish
doctor gives are enstor oil for swelling
of tho swimming bladder nnd nux vom-
ica for debility nnd emaciation. This
specialist nlso presides over tho food
of tbo fish inspects their food troughs
thoroughly nnd makes microscopic ex-
aminations of their water to see that It
contains tho proper Ilfo giving elements
in their due proportions. Regarding
theso ninttern which nre as important
to healthy ns to sick fish the lending
fish doctor of Philadelphia recently
"A food trough of enameled ware
that will not rust should bo used for
llsli. At tbo samo time each day their
oatmeal should be put In this trough
which should always bo kept In the
same place nnd as n consequence of
this treatment the fish will gather
around their trough nt mealtime which
they will Instinctively recognize ns
greedily ns hogs burying their noses
In tho food when It Is set before them
nnd crowding nml pushing one another
In n healthy ravenous nml hogllko
manner. The trough should be cleaned
onco a day lest It get Bour but tbo wa-
ter of tho fish should rarely be changed.
Even when It becomes foul smelling It
should only bo chnnged gradually a
quart n day say for to chnnge It nil
at onco lias tho effect of n terrible ex
posure is indeed tbo same as if you
should snatch a child from Its warm
bed and lay It linked out of doors In tho
cold night wind and snow."
It Is not the detention of fish from
their native- clement that makes llsh
surgery difllcult for they can bo kept
out of tho water for five six ahd sev-
en minutes without the slightest harm
to them and there Is no operation that
requires a longer space of time. But
what makes It difllcult Is the disincli
nation of the flesh to heal after It has
been cut. A wound to heal requires to
be dry. Nothing Is more deleterious to
It than any sort of moisture nnd henco
tbo troubles of n fish wound bathed
and soaked -In water all the time. In
evitably therefore fish operations are
slmplo nnd slight.
Ono of them Is the trimming of tails
enlnrgcd to uuwleldlncss by growths
of fungus. In this work Bharp shears
with blades oddly curved flsh shears
aro employed. The fish Is lifted from
tho water nnd held head downward
whllo Its tall is being trimmed. A dex-
terous operntor gets through the work
In two cr thrco minutes. There Is no
flow of blood and no gaping wound
that will not heal; henco tall trimming
Is In nine cases out of ten successful.
It must bo resorted to often with Jap
anese goldfish for these costly nnd
graceful creatures with their resem-
blance to strange' golden flowers havo
tails bigger than their bodies and when
their tails us frequently happens be-
como affected with fungus they are un-
nblo to swim well nnd sometimes In
deed they drown. A (IhIi "drowns"
technlcnlly when floating with Its bend
out of the water It dies from asphyxia-
tion. Tho knife Is used on flsh to remove
tumors or lacerated scales or splintered
bones which uncxclscd would cause
the fish's death. Lacerations of tbo
scales aro only treated when they arc
so sovcro that the flsh without treat-
ment would surely die. This operation
Is successful In about 70 tier cent of tho
cases. The remaining 30 per cent dlo
because their wouuds do not heal.
Stripping Is nn operation resorted to
when In the breeding season the flsh
through some malady or other does
not deposit naturally Its eggs or Its
milt The patient In this operation Is
held with the left hand whllo with tho
right a firm pressure Is exerted along
Its sides from tho breast flown to tho
tall. Stripping Is the lcar.t dangerous
of all tho operations In fifth surgery.
Admlrablo results aro obtained by
dosing flsh with medicines. Castor oil
for swelling of the swimming bladder
is a remedy that seldom falls. A fish's
doso of castor oil Is one drop diluted
slightly. J ho liquid may bo adminis-
tered cither with n spoon or with a
quill toothpick. Tho process in each
case Is similar. Tho flsh Is held In an
erect position Its bend well up and tho
drippings from tho toothpick or tho
contents of the spoon arc directed Into
Its mouth. Sometimes they flow forth
again through tho gills and in this
event tho dose must be repeated.
A swollen swimming bladder Is n
frequent and dangerous ailment of
captlvo flab. Dnder It they become ex-
tremely corpulent nnd unwieldy. At
length they turn over nnd float on their
backs. Flually they die. But In nine
cases out of ten one dose of enstor oil
cures this dlseaso in a day. FIbIi often
lose appetites become tblu and weak
and apathetic. Their trouble then la
stomachic and nux vomica with them
as with human beings afford? quick
relief. A drop of dilute nux vomica
will bring back a flan's appetite re-
store lta weight and mako It active and
cheerfuL New York Tribune.
Woodchnrch parish Wlrral England
has a pariah cow which may bo bar-
rowed for a year at a stretch for
cents as tbo result of a legacy.
la tbe nerd r
tlo but they aro
I still cilstnnt and
thcr may bo kept
oetlro br emtio
as thcr mar bo In-
creased la child-
hood and youth by
Is a boon to tho seed and Infirm and
probably no medicine has accomplished
to much or received as high or as many
Indorsement from men and women
wnoso cxiremo aco slvcs them a seem-
ingly slender hold upon life. Children
lOTOic loo. it is pleas
ant to tho taste sura
yet scntlo In Its
?mp1 Vault tflt
Official Journal of
Doak & Smith's
Real Estate and
3 room bouso. cood water la snlonilld lo
cation. N. E corner lot.
uno j-iGoni nooie. t.nti rronr. coa loca-
tion lot about 80 (t front br US ft. doep.Wlll
take half caah. balnnco on Installments of
J23 pernio. Price $174.
A uew 3. room bouse with hull good well
of iiplondlil water larco lot E. front. In N.
w.Arumoro: a oaritnin ror casn.
two z-room nouses in w. w. Aromoro.
A Lroom house on C Rt . N. W. Home In
nowly papered an1 painted.
a room nouso in jv. w. Aromoro.
A 1-room huuso B. IS. Ardmore tl per mo.
Home very desirable ollloe room uustalrs
If It Is real estate you want to bur. rent
or soil boo us for barcalns.
DOAK & SMITH
Roal Estate and
Gets (to promptest closed
currinee in tbe city. Ab-
solutely the best sorvice
Meets all day and night
trains and special calls.
Stewart & Chancellor
! See A. Parks tbe
Marble Man B St. j
1.?! Conrt House.
Tyer Walters & Barnes
and Insurance Agency
Wheeler Uldg. Ardmore I. T
One hundred full blood citi-
zens to Becnro allotments for.
All parties having improve-
ments on excessive holdings
or otheewise will do welt to
see us beforo selling same.
TYER WALTERS k BABS1S.
Stlllwell II. EuBtsull RobL B. Lcf
K. W. Dick
RUSSELL DICK 4. LEE
Olllco lu Nobis Bros.' building.
W. A. Letlbctter. 8. T. Bledsoe
LKDBETTER & BLEDSOE
Attorneys at Law.
Ofllco in Lodbotter & Bledsoe BaUd
Ing Main BtrccL
H.L.Stuart. R. R. Dell. H G. Bush.
STUART DELL & DUSH
Will prnctlco In all courts of Indian
Territory nnd Texas. OfllcoB at Ard-
more I T. In Whcolcr building. At
GnlncBVllIo Texas In Mctz building.
W. M. ANDERSON
Whlto & Smith's Stable.
Itos. 'Phono No. 203.
DOCTOR R. D. MOORE
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OFFICES: In Noble Building
Telephones) Ilosldonce 78. Ofllco 145.
Dr. F. i?. voi) Eclicir
Oonllst and Anrlst.
Apeolal attention glren to Bursary abd
Diseases of the
UYG OAR NOSB AND THROAT
Glasses Accurately t-lttcti.
OCBce orer Donner & Dormer's Drue fltors
Rooms S and B. Ardmore. I. T.
Thonet Residence 4i. OOloe in
DR. J. V. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllco In Gorman Building.
Ofllco 'Phono 6 3 Rlngi.
Resldenca 'Phono 14.
Ofllco bourB 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m.
Special attontlon glvo to Diseases of
Women and Children.
J. O. MoNees
uei. moos as.
HARDY fc McNKEH
PlIYBICIAHB AND BUUOKOMS.
Office hoars i loto 11 a. m.. 3 to t d. m..n
8 to 9 p. m.i Bandars 10 to 11 a.m. and! to I
p. in OtDoe Phone in. Offloe orer Bamser's
drua; store oorner Main and Oaddo streets.
W. M. CHANCELLOR
Physician and Surgeon
We make diseases of women and children
and cwnornl operative aurirerr a specialty.
Itesldenoe G streot nortboast second door
norm oi rniru arennet
Ofllco with Ardmoro Drug Co.
3fflco phono 8G realdenca phono 228.
I W. FOLSOM M. D.
Does a General Practice. Special
Attention to Obstotrics Diseas
os of Women nnd Children.
31 Year j Experience
OCQoe oyer Bonner Si nonner'a droit store.
uince onone isi resiannce lis.
We treat both Acuto and Chronic Xtr
eases but mako a specialty of chronic
diseases and diseases of woman.
Office 414 North Washington StraaL
DR. J. F. SOU
Physician and Surgeon.
Bceclal Attention Given to Disease
of Women and Children.
Office In Gorman Building.
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to i a.m.
Office Phone lo. 6.
Resldenco Phone No. III.
J. Wood Taliaferro
Funeral Director and Licensed
Olllco open day and night. First
door cast of A. F. Jones' grocery store
corner Main and C streets.
We Collect Money
Commercial business a specialty. Of'
flco over First Natl bank; 'phone 252.
Ardmore Iniestmentamd Collection Agency
O. O. HOLIFIELD Manager.
W. P. NUGENT.
General Contractor and Builder.
Cement Puvinc a HDecialty
Roberts & Walling
NHXT TO B. B. FUaH'B.
Expert Workmen-Good Work auaranteeJ
Call' and See U
BEST PASSENGER SERvft
4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4
NO TROUBLE TO ANSWIH UUCSTIONO.
Superb Pullman Vestibuled
Handsome Reclining Chair Oars
"LL THROUGH TflAINS.
'B WITH fast mornlDtr mid
trains to tit Louis and Ui
n. WITH Pullman BteonoTF
It bnck Scarrltt eoal CoHche:
i (without chance) to Ui-
a daily .
ON. -1NE WITH linndBomenewOliali
otre tiiroiKrti (without change) dally
to St. Louis Mompula and fill Phso.
DNLY LINE WITH a eavlnir ot IS hour
SNiiY IjINE with Tourist Bioepinq
uuancoj to Ban l'mnolsoo.
I SK FOn SCHEDULES OF OUR
E. P. TUrlNER
CCHLAAL PASSCNGCR ANO TlCKCf AGCNI
. DALLAS. TEX.
THROUGH THE HEART OF
The Great Southwest
"A GOOD WAY TO GO"
FOR FAST TIME TAKE
"THE KATY FLYER"
ANY RAILWAY AQENT WILL
DC GLAD TO FURNISH
Are operated by the
North and Cast
North and West
North and East
Observation cafe can under the
management of Fred Harvey. Equip-
ment ot the latest and best design.
In the United States Court in tho In
dian Territory Southern district:
M. J. Whutley plaintiff vs. H. J
Whatloy defendant. No. 6415.
Tbo defendant II. J. Whatloy is
warned to appear In this court In
thirty days and answor the complaint
of tho plaintiff M. J. Whatloy.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsond
judgo of said court and tho seal
thereof thin 12th day of December
1902. C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
Furman & Matbors Attorneys
Thos. Norman Atty for. Non-Ites.
First published Dec. 12 1902.
Foley's Kidney Cure
maxes icianeys ana biawr rmmt.
JOIN THE CROWD.
Tho New Northwest Is Increasing
from Immigration by 200000 pcoplo
yearly. This region offers a flold for
farmers stock raisers minors lum
bermen millers fruit growers and all
classes of labor. Tho Cody-Wyoming
extension Into tho Big Horn Region
offers a splondld opening for tho ltvo
stock and wool business and for farm
ing by Irrigation.
Tho Industrial expansion that is
now tho bas:R ot wealth in tho East
will be repented In tho Northwest
Glvo eorno thought toward a homo
In Nebraska or Minnesota tho Dako-
tas Montana Northcastorn Wyoming
Northern Idaho Washington tho Pu-
got Sound nnd Columbia Itlrer region.
NORTHWEST TRAIN TO TAKE.
"Tho Durllngton'Northern Pacific
Express" Is tho only through train In-
to tho Northwest territory In concoc-
tion with tho Northern Pacific railroad
Through coaches chair cars (scats
frco) through tourist slcepors over
this short ilno and tlmc-savcr to tho
Northwest. Connecting trains from
Donver to Allianco In connection with
this great through train. You caa
roach tho Northwest olthor via Kansas
City St. Joaoph or Denver by tho
TO THE NORTH.
Tho Burlington has two tralnB dally
to St. Paul nnd Minneapolis reaching
ho valuablo territory of Minnesota and
tho Dakotas traversed by tho North-
ern Pacific nnd Great Northorn rail-
roads. Tho Burlington is tho mala
trnvolcd road to tho Northwest and
North. Investigate tho Northwest by
addressing olthcr tho Industrial De
partments of the Great Northern or
Northorn Pacific railroads at St. Paul
or the undersigned.
L. L. WAKELY Q. P. A.
St. Louis Mo.
L. J. BRICKER T. P. A.
823 Main St. Kansas City Mo.
F. C. SHARON 8. W. P. A.
823 Main St. Kansas City Mo.
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Send for ramplo copies of tho Week
ly for canvassing.
In tho United States Court In the In-
dian Torrltory Southern District.
Tom G. Adams plaintiff vs. Ma-
tilda M. Adams defendant No.
Tho defendant Matilda M. Adams
Is warned to appear In this court la
thirty days and answer tho complaint
of tho plaintiff Tom O. Adams.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsend
judgo of eald court and tho seal there-
of this 12th day ot December 1903.
(Seal) O. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
Prueltt & Carr Attorneys.
A C. Cruce attornoy for nonresi-
dent. First published Dec 12 1902.
Foley's Money Tar
for chlMinsit svrv. ISv apitK.
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