The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 263, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 10, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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rc' Are of Vmn In LnentlnK A cel.
ilrnta AlnnK llir llnnd.
"Will you explain Just the practical
Itchcflt of inllo)ost9 along rt rnllrontl
tmckV" nsketl nil IikiuIhIUvo trnvcler of
tlio 8UKrlntrndcut ns tbey flew past
one of tlio white painted posts.
"So far ns tlio KiMioral public Is con-
corned" replied the superintendent "I
don't suppose tlmt mileppsts nro of nny
pnrtlculnr benefit. The trnvcler can tell
by lookliiK out of tlio enr window how
fnr be Is from tbo ternilunl points but
In that bo Is not Krently Interested.
"Some people like to Hcnro out from
the inlleposts how fnr tbey bnvo trav-
eled or bow far they bnvo to ko nnd
tbore are not a few who like to tlmo
tbo speed of trains by tlio tulcposts.
Hut tlmt Is not wbat tlio posts nro for.
In the olllce of the division superin-
tendent ts a profile or dlaBram showing
tbo location of every ono of these posts.
"If nn necident occurs n rnll brenks
a enr lets down or anything out of the
ordinary happens between stntlons tbo
superintendent Is notified of the pros
lmlty of the mishap to some particular
tullepost and thus the spot can bo lo-
cated nnd men are sent there at once
and they can bo In a hurry for they
know where tho place Is. Othcrwiso
they would hnv to move slowly bc
tweeu "tntlons until t!" spot wns found
nml this mentis n loss of tlmo much
more vnlunhlo than the prlco of the
mllcposts nnd It would bo pretty hard
to rnllrond successfully without them."
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UlllliliiK the Cat.
Mnklhir her cat net as her plumber
wns the Ingenious feat that n woman
of Mnnnyunk nccompllshed the other
day. This woiunu had noticed that one
of the pipes connected with tho wnsli
stand In her bathroom leaked nnd sho
wished to locate the lenk precisely
without tearing out nny moro of tbo
wnll than was needful.
Accordingly she shut her cat up In
her purlor tho parlor Is directly below
the bathroom and Into tbo basin of
the defective wnshstand she poured a
vlnl of the oil of valerian. Cats arc ex
cessively fond of the odor of valcrlnn.
A cat would rather Inhnlo this odor
than cat fish. The Manayunk woman's
cat after It had been la the parlor a
few minutes began to pur. Purring It
crossed tho room. It settled Itself on
tbo floor with Its face to ono spot ou
tho wall and hero Its mistress found It
when sho came downstairs Its nose
glued to the spot snllllng nnd purring
Tbo wnll wns opened at this point
and here sure enough tho leak wns
found. Hero the vnlerlnn bad trickled
through Imparting its Intoxicating
odor to the cat.- -Philadelphia Record.
The Pleasure of Eating.
Persons sufforlng from Indigestion.
dyscpsla or other stomach trouble
will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
digests what you cat and makes the
stomach Bwcot. This remedy Is
novor falling euro for Indigestion nnd
Dyspepsia and all complaints afreet
Ing tho glands or membranes of tho
stomach or dlgostlvo tract. Whon
you tako Kodol Dyspopsla Cure ovcry
thing you cnt tastes good ana every
bit of tho nutriment Hint your ioou
contains Is assimilated and nppro
prlated by tho blood .and tissues
Sold by all druggists.
It takes mighty good things to put
an extra dollar In tho pocket of
clork or book-Ucopor.
Devoured By Worms.
Children often cry" not from pain
but from hunger although fod abunj
Inanition their food is not assimilated
but dovourcd by worms. A fow doses
of White's Cream Vormlfugo win
causo them to ceoso crying and begin
to thrive at onco vory much to too
nrnriso of and Joy of tho mother. 25c
at W. B. Pramo'8.
Don't buy your refrigerator unui
you havo examined tho Wblto Moun
tain at J. B. Sprsglns & Co s.
MARY CONNOR COLLEGE
A select school for girls and young
women steam neat oiocinc ubuib
cold nnd hot water CQUtppod with all
modern appllancos chemical and
physical apparatus and a tolescopo for
astronomical study and recoarch. A
normal courso for thoso who wish tn
teach. A business courso In book
keeping stenography and typewriting
nnd a uronaratorr courso for thnso
not ready to ontor tho collogt l3part-mcnt.
Tho S rls board In tho college and
aro associated with tho l.viy toirheti
uot only In tho class-room bu; In the
dlnlng-r.m reception tnlls an In
ho parlors theroby acquiring that
caro graco and culturo bo ossontlal to
their comfort and pleuuio In after
Tho cnllcgo Is uucxjellc I In tho
Couth iu tho special llnt of music
art and elocution. Tl.e teachers are
all graduates of tho bc.it schools of
America and Europe. Tho school Is
non-sectnr'an but ChrMUArt In spirit
Ufo and work.
Tho gtr!n attend tho Si '.day school
and church of their cholco accom
panied by tho lady teachers.
For further particulars send for our
largo Illustrated catalogup.
H. B.. ABERNETHY Pres.
THE BIG CASH STORE
Ardmore Dry Goods Company
Now have their several departments full of
Brand New Fall Goods I
Direct from the looms. They
were bought strictly for cash.
Cnrln.HIm Alinat DentUtrr.
Those who imagine that the aire of
the teeth nnd tho replacement of tho Judge of tho district court
natural grinders with falso ones Is
"something new under the sun" may
bo surprised to learn that artificial
teeth wore mado of Ivory placed on
plates of the snme material and held
together nnd In place by gold wires nnd
rivets COO to 1000 years before Christ.
Herodotus "the father of history" tells
us that tho Egyptians of tbo fifth dy
nasty understood tho diseases of tho
teeth and their trentment. There are
several passages In history to lead ono
to t.bo belief that both Crosar nnd An
tony wore nrtlflclnl teeth.
The dnte of tho Introduction of fnlso
teeth Into Europo Is uneertnln. They
wero known tn England ns early nt
least ns the time of tho discovery of
America. "The Mathematical Jewel"
published In 15S5 contains an account
of Sir John Bnlgravo "who caused nil
of bys teethe to be drnwne out and aft
er had n sett of Ivory teethe In ngnyno."
John Allen'. Wll
While In congress "Private" John
Allen of Mississippi could hardly bo In
duccd to give a serious answer to n
serious question. The older members
knew this nnd seldom went. to tho
southern wit for Information but now
men often enmo to grief by doing so
Shortly after Sir. LIU) 1cld of Mnlno
had taken his seat fo. his first term
ho wanted some figures In n hurry.
Turning to Mr. Allen ho said: "Pardon
mo sir but you were nt Gettysburg.
Can you tell me bow innny Federal
soldiers wero killed outright there?" "I
am very sorry very sorry indeed that
I can't aecomniodnto you" replied the
"prlvnte." "But tbo fact ts that I wns
so busy that I clean forgot to count my
In tho United States Court for the
Southern District of tho Indian Tor
rltory nt Ada.
In tho mattor of A J. Trlplctt &
Co. bankrupts In bankruptcy.
To tho Honorablo Hosca Townsend
Southern district of tho Indian Terri
A. J. Trlplctt J. E. Trlplctt nnd 8.
N. McCall composing tho Arm of A.
J. Trlplctt & Co. of Fltzuugn m tno
Southern district of tho Indian Terri-
tory respectfully rciroacnts that on
tho Oth day of March last past they
woro duly adjudged bankrupt under
tho acts of congress relating to bank
ruptcy; that thoy havo duly surrend
ored all tholr property and rights
of property and havo fully . com
niloit with all tho rcaulromcnts of
sntil nets nnd of tho ordors of tho
court touching their bnnkr.uptcy.
Whcroforo they pray that thoy may
bo docrcod by tho court to havo a full
dlschargo from all debts provabio
agajnst their estates under said bank
ruptey acts except such debts as nro
excepted by law from such dlschorgo.
Dated this 27th day of August A
A. J. TIUPLETT.
J. E. TIUPLETT
S. N. McCALL.
I Dhimhmnrf ?
;i riUI.IU.IIgi j
iTho timo is me for Plumb- 5
inn work. 3
We bnve on bands a full
supply of Plnmbinc Material. 5
We know bow to do
Our Plumbing prices are
Order of Notice.
Unltod States of America Indian Ter
ritory ss. Southern District.
On this 27th day of August A. D
1903 on reading tho forogolng petition
It Is ordered uy tho court that a hoar-
lng bo had upon tho same- on tho 30th
day of Soptomher. A. D. 1903 beforo
said court at Ada In said district at
9 o'clock In tho forenoon and that no-
tico- thereof bo published In tho Ard
The Stereotyped Form. . nownnanor nubllshod ll
McJlgger-IInvc you henrd from I .t ...
TnlltW olnon tin wnnl in Afrlxr.1 SB1U U1SIT1CI UllU Ull v.
Tli nnnrnlinli TTn BniiUmn In'n 1 Hln llorfl anU OUlOr DUrBUUO m luiuiuow
lion cubs tbo other ilny. 1 mny appear at tho said time and piaco
McJIgger Tbo Men! Any message? nnJ 8now causo If nny tbey have
Tlilngitmbob-A enrd tied to the neck why tho prayor 0f tho said petitioners
Of 0ne 0f tIem' W1CU r0na' "l l.'P Lhftnlrt nnt ernnted. .
And it Is further ordered
these fow lions will find you well."
"Thnt historical novel of yours
doesn't read ns If you lind-studied his
tory much" said tbo brutal critic.
"Thank you" said tho author whom
nothing disconcerts "This Is tho first
tlmo you have given me credit for orig-
Stlrrlnv lllm Up.
Husband My physician tells me I
must havo a complcto chnngo of scene.
I don't know but I'll havo to run over
Wife That Isn't necessary dear; Just
take a day off and help me on my shop
court that tho clork uhall send
mall to all known creditors copies of
said potltlon and this order addressod
to them at their placos of rosldonco
Witness tho Honorablo Ho3en
Townsend. ludeo of said court and
tho seal thereof at Ada In said dls
trlct on tho 27th day of August A.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL
By B.' P. GIBBS Deputy Clerk.
First published Aug. 30. 1903.
"No Jlmmle I am not going to Mag'
glo Mulligan's pnrtyl Tbo Mulligans
ain't In our set an' I don't llko Maggie
Official Journal of
Come and seo us.
Practical Tinners and Plumbers.
This Store is Progressive and Up-to-date and in no way
connected with the former Sig Simon Co. Of course we rent the Sig
Simon building and bought the Sig Simon stock of goods at 50c on the
$1.00 but Sig Simon nor any of his people arc in no way connected with
Ardmore Dry Goods Co. is composed of the following members: R.
M Nimock President Forest City; Ark. who docs the buying for the
firm; J. M. Zikc of Ardmore Secretary and Treasurer and J. G. Beard of
Ardmore Manager. The members of this firm are men of ability and
integrity and know how to manage a
FIRST-GLASS DRY GOODS STORE
Which it shall be our intention to keep. First-Class Goods at the
lowest prices will be found in our house. We solicit your trade and
guarantee you first-class treatment and the best goods in the market.
Ardmore Dry Goods Co..
Ask for Tickets to Yote in the $500.00 Gash Prize.
SIG SIMON BUILDING.
Will be paid by tue Chickasaw
Stnckmcn'B Association lor tno t
arrest and conviction of anyone
steal ns stocK ol any Kina irom
any membflraf this Association. 1
Notify Joff Payne Pauls Vnl- 3
ley unnricy nou nuu i. x.
or W. L. Lapsley Wynnowood
T. T.. Inspectors. a
DR. T. P. Howell Pres. J
O. V. Haley Seo. 2
ARDMORE & BOSTON COMPANY
Capital Stock - - - $500000.
Offer inperlor nd anlnces (or
tho blKber educntlon oi yooniri
Men and Women. Couiies Id
EnEllah UUtory Matbomatlc.
Sclenco Lancuaeea Tblloiopby
Mnalo and Oratory Klven by
Scboiarly Faculty. Location un-
surpassed. Ko Malaria. Pure
Water. New building and eiten
sire erounda Bxcel ont moral
tratnlnir Each pupil tbe object
o personal care Term reason-
able. Write for Catalogue.
e fit. V
WYHNEW000 1. T. fflj
Organised under the laws of the District of Columbia.
Certificate filled with the Clerk of the
United States Court at Ardmore.
Arthur D. Hyde Keller I. T.
Astley Atkins Winthrop Mass.
J. Percy Wade Catonsville Md.
Rollin F. Foster Wollaston Mass;
Thos. A. McCormick Roslindale. Mass.
Chas. F. Richards Cambridge Mass.
Jamift. A. Black Washingon D. C.
Edwin S. Conant Sommersville Mass.
131 State Street Boston Mass.
HACK LINE E
Meets all trains. Good
prompt service. Wire
J. R. BLYTHE
You xet more for your money in
beating and cook atovea at 8pragln'
than any other plact. lie sells the
Leader and tho Garland. Can you
think of better stores?
Tho only way you can make somo
peoplo listen to reason Is with a club.
This company was formed for the purpose of drilling for
oil on the Rector property
N. E. VI Sec. 19 T 3 S R 2 W
S. E. M Sec. 18T3SR2W
N y Sec. 18 T 3 S R 2 W
The Directors of this company have provided funds and taken
stock in payment therefor for the camp ccpuipment bought from
Weeks Bros. of Ardmore and others which equipment is now on
the property; to purchase a Star drill which drill is now on the way
to Ardmore and will arrive shortly and ample funds for other
Subscription to the stock of this corporation ma be obtained
for a limited period at 10 cents per share. The management
is both competent and honest and stockholders will get a trood
run for their money.
Subscriptions may be sent to the Home Office in Boston or
to Arthur D. Hyde Keller I. T.
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