The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 263, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 10, 1903 Page: 6 of 8
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THE TRICKY BRAIN CELL.
Wla( Ilnpptn Whtn W Know a
Finite Which Eacapre Vm.
The anatomy of the nervous aystem.
and conscntJiuitly IU pbyIoloj?y. wai
regarded In the? pat a Terr simple.
Caral showl that the specific brain
cell U an Independent unit prorWed
with multiple proee by mean of
which It U capable of actios not
through one nerve alone bat several.
Thin Independent brain unit or cell li
called a neuron. A simple Illustration
of how the neuron work 1 furnished
by our not Infrequent hunt for a name
or an klea which re know we xm5.
Wo feci that the name 1 there but we
cannot recall It We get varteoa names
near It IwKlnnlw; erea with the Mine
Icttor or the una rowel kwihI yet
only after tat tin tea or even hour doe
it actually occur to us.
What la ppo4d to happen Is that
the particular cell of intellection which
wc are uirtnjf thrown out It process
among the cttHs of HwHtwry for names
and tlMHRh this procMM is brought Is
connection with crlkt containing sim-
ilar namtw. It M only after n too re or
1pm prolonged wan-li that It hlta on the
right owe. It Is a If the telephone op-
erator In the central office felt around
blindly for the connection wanted and
only after pnttlna; the plug: Into various
holea eventually strwlc the proper one.
Or. Jowith U'aluli In Ilooklovers
Tbe mantra Lead Fenclla.
What became of the lead pencils Is
as Insolvahle o problem na what be-
comes of pins. N'o one ever really uses
up lend pencils; no ono drlnka them no
to speak to tho very dregs unless It Is
ono of thoso admirable people who
keep journals and rash accounts and
who usunlty curry n sort of penholder
arrangement In which thoy Insert n
half length pencil nnd go on nnd on
using It nnd ahnrpeulng It until It Is nil
gone. Very few people over get pencils
worn down ns far ns n hnlf length.
They disappear beforo that stage Is
reached. What becomea of them nil?
Hundreds of thousands of thorn annu-
ally nro lout to young children nnd
never seen ngnlti. but what do the chil-
dren do with them? Do they tut them
Everybody has neen lend pencils tho
upper end of which hnve been chewed
into a brush but children do not pos-
sess such ostrich stomachs ns would
enable them to consumo nil tho ihmicIIs
The Gloomr Sentrlra
To nnd fro march tho mmtrlcs lu
"front of Hticklnghntn pnlnce meeting
face to faco for n moment nnd then
separating without a word ns If their
feud were too deep for speech. This
spectacle Is watched with sympathetic
Interest by American visitors who oc-
casionally Intervene. Tho sentries were
glaring ut each oilier one morning when
a stronger atnndlng close by remarked.
"Come boys mnko It up!" Another
American proposed to heat the breach
with n llttlo friendly conversation
"Soy does your king llvo hero?" ho
opened genially. Tho two sentries
ptnred Impassively ami then resumed
tliolr trump up cuino n policeman.
"Can I tell you anything sir?" said he.
"Yes" answered the American. "Toll
mo why these young hearts nro Hllent
and sore. Anyhow why can't they
whistle 'Wo never spenk when wo pass
uyt '"London Chronicle.
The I.mlr uuil Her .uae.
There la n wnshorwomnn In Pnrls
who Is In great trouble. Two years ago
alio had n light with her husband In
tho course of which so much skin wus
taken from her noso that some new
hud to bo grafted on. itecently sho
made the horrifying discovery that a
Hue coat of hair was growing In her
new noso und then learned that the
doctors at tho hospital who had treat
ed her hnd used skin from n humnii
scalp for grafting purposes. Tho poor
washerwoman then went to tho courts
to nsk for n divorce urging cruelty as
cause liecnuse It was her husband
brutality which took the original skin
off her noso which resulted lu the
grafting tho liulr and tho ridicule of
Crow UiillU Jliikw (lin llrat 1Vii.
A uulll pen maker says that no pen
will do ns due writing ns tho crow
quill. It requires tho assistance of n
microscope to mnko n proper pen out of
such n quill but whon made It Is of
wonderful delicacy. Tho microscopic
writing told of In books of literary cu
rloHltloH was all done with n crow quill.
I he Htcel pens of the present have very
fine points but somehow n finer point
can bo given to a quill than has ever
been put on a steel pen und for delica
cy nothing can equal It.
Young Wlfo (ruthor nervnusly)-Oh
cook I must willy spwik to you. Your
master Is always complaining. One day
It Is the soup tho second day It Is tho
flsb the third day It Is the Joint. In
rnct u s always something or other.
Cook (with feellngl-Woll mum. I'm
sorry for you. It must be quite hawful
to llvo with a gentleman of that sort.-
A Cnhinn' lletort
Irnsclblo Old (lentleman (putting
head out of four wheeler that Is crawl.
Ing along at an unconscionable pneo) I
ay cabby wo'ro not going to u funeral.
Cubby (promptly)-No and wo nln't
goln' to no bloomln' ftro either. Lon-
Wllllo-ra If n war ship Is called
"she" why Isn't'lt n woinan-of-wnr?
Father-It's your bedtime. WIUIo.
An orator or author Is never success-
ful until ho liss learned to make his
words smaller than bis luej.-Emc-sou.
ROPES AS FIRE ESCAPES.
An Kiprrlmr Which Shook On
Mmb'i Coandencc In Then.
"Yes I kmw that most of the boys
carry a ripe around with 'em" said
tbe eomiarctal traveler "and the time
was bn I would not hart taken the
road without one. but I gave mine to
ray wife for as extra ckkelle three
or fotir jmr ago. I read oecastosaHy
of a rape sarins aooMfeedy from a
bttrntoK hotel but I dtn't care to be
saved that way."
"lint you don't waot te bo bflrncd
with the holel. d ywol" Was aited.
"Of conrae not. but if I can't get
down by the stair or the Iron fir
escape I'll take ay ibaoees on a mat-
tress or a firemen's ladder."
-Hut what's tbe matter with a knot-
'I didn't think anything was the
matter for many years. I sd to go
to bed feeling as safe 'as a baby In
bis erib and If I found a traveler who
dkln't carry a fifty foot rope In bis grip
I set him down as a very reckless man.
One day when t was la an Indian a
town a lot of us got to talking about
ropes and burning hotels and a wall
eyed bluffer offered to bet rno $6 to $1
that I couldn't slide down my rope
from a third story window and not
half kill myself. Of course I Jumped
at tho hot but he knew what be was
talking about. I badu't lowered my-
self six feet before the rope burned
my hands and I let go and broke a leg.
The trick was tried by three others
nnd though they es-apd broken bones
they wore badly shaken up and tongue
bitten. After my leg mended I bluffed
everybody I mat on that ropo business.
nnd t never found a elmp who could
slide down two stories and feel good
for n month after. A sailor could do
It of course tint I'm no sailor and If
ever I'm cut off by tire I'll tako a head-
er for the sidewalk nnd hopo to hit n
fat man as I coma down."-Exchange.
A Remarkable Record.
Chamberlain's Cough Romedy has
a remarkable record. It has been In
uso for over thirty years during
which tlmo many million bottlos have
boon sold and used. It lins long boen
tho standard and main reliance 1:
tho treatment of croup In thousands
of homos yot during nil this tlmo m
enso has over boon roportod to th
manufacturers In which it failed tr
olfoct a euro. When glvon as "soon ;
tho child becomes lioarao or oven
soon oa tho croupy cough ap-
pears it will prevont tho attack. I
In ploasant to tako many chlldrer
llko It. It contains no opium or ott-
er harmful substonco nnd may bo
glvon as confidently to a baby ns tc
an adult. For salo by City Drug Store
K. J. Kamsay and Ardmoro Drug Co.
No woman should put hor popular-
ity to tho tost by taking tho chlldfon
and going visiting.
Wo aro closing out our stock ot
sowing macblnen at cost Tho sale
offers you tho finest opportunity you
ever had to own a good machlno at
wholosalo cost. Stovens Konnorly &
"Bread ia the Staff of Life"
only when it is made of the
right kind of flour.
Queen of the Pan
a Hour is
j It stands without a parallel 0
for fine bread and cake baking. g
X The Standard" munis ot ColTct' Tea' Bottled and Canned f
q Goods nro nraonc our stock.
aieuicaieu mm 'in iuu uiucu. rwm 10
the only eeunine Medicated Salt.
Call nt the ston or write for particu-
lars of this boou to stock raiders.
IVHclnlKan I-ltiron Erie Ontario
From Duluth to the mouth of the St. Law-
rence a continuous chain of cool and attract-
ive summer resorts which fulfill the require-
ments and satisfy the tastes of all sorts and
conditions of men from the primitive camp
iti the heart of the north woods to all the lux-
ury and comfort of ultra-civilization.
i TAKE THE ARDMOREITE.
SANTA FE EXCURSIONS.
National Livestock Association
Chicago IlL Nov. 23 to 3. Rate
Town lot salo Herbert L T. Spt
17 and IS. Rale $3.10.
Christian church actional conven-
tion Detroit. Mich. Oct 14 to 17.
Rata i 133.20.
Chicago Centennial Chicago Sept
SS. 27 and 28. Rato $27.(0.
International Livestock convention.
Chicago Nov. 28 23 and 30. Rate
National Baptist convention (col-
ored) Philadelphia Pa.. Sept 14 and
It. Rate IS4.10.
Chicago Centennial Chicago 111..
Sept 26 to 23. Rato $26.40.
Washita Canyon ScpL 13. Rate
SO cents on special only. Leave
Ardmoro 11:30 a. m.
Christian Church National Conven
tion Detroit Mlob Oct 14 to 17.
Texas Stato Fair and Dallas Expo
sition Sept 2C to Oct 11. Rate Sept
26 Oct 4 and 11 $2.30. Rate Sept.
25 to Oct 11 $4.45. Rato Sept 25 to
Oct. 11 $1.70 llmltod Oct 12.
National Irrigation Congress Og
den and Salt Lake Utah Sept. 12 to
14. Rate $38.06.
Forepaugh & Solla Bros.' Show
Gainesville Oct. 7. Rato $1.60.
East Texas Industrial Cirnlval and
Fruit Shows Palestine TeTu Sept.
13 14 and 15. Rato $3.'J0.
Mooting Sovereign Grand Lodgo I. O.
O. F. Baltimore Md. Sept 17 18
and 19. Rato $38.00.
American Bankors' Association
San Francisco Cal. Oct. 8 to 17.
Excursion rato to dalvcston Toxas
Juno 1 to Soptcmbcr 30. Rato $17.65.
Excursion rates to San Angolo
Toxas Juno 1 to September 30. Rate
Excursion rates to Lampasas Tex
as Juno 1 to Soptember 30. Rate
G C. & S. F. tourist rates to Sul
phur Springs May 20 to Sept 30.
See tlckot ngont for summer tour-
W. A. DASHIELL Tlckot Agent
A thing of beauty Is a Joy until
tho neighbors got on to tho cost.
His Life Saved by Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
"B. L. Byor a well known cooper of
this town says ho believes Chamber
lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Romedy savod "his llfo last summer.
Ho had boon sick for a month with
what tho doctors cnllod bilious dyson
tory and could get nothing to do him
any good until ho tried tins remedy
Jt gavo him lmmedlato relief" says
ti. T. Llttlo merchant Hancock Mil
For salo by City Drug Store F. J
Ramsey M.d Ardmoro Dru; :o.
Wo sell nothiuR but the beat $
. .T .
One Fare Plus $2
Or Less throughout the sum-
mer. O.I20. H. LBB (1. P. A. Llttlo Rock Ark
J. S. McNALLY D. I'. A Oklahoma
City u. I.
A CAR OF FINE FURNITURE
ARDMORE'S LEADING BAKERY.
Bread delivered daily
to all parts of the city
and shipped to all
points within one
Spiegle's Bakery J
MAKE A PICTURE
la your mind of the style of Buggy that
will meet your every requirement then
come here and it's ten to one we have jnst
the thing you want. That car of new
White Elephant Vehicles
Has arrived and to add a little ginger to
life during the few dull weeks we have
paralyzed the price on every buggy in the
house. It goes without saying thr.t you
want a WHITE ELEPHANT hen you
buy; it stands to reason that you want to
buy as cheaply as possible. This is the
finest opportunity of the year to
GET A GOOD BUGGY CHEAP.
Williams Gorhn & Co.
The Hardware Men.
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Cheap Round Trip Tickets on Sale Daily
To points in New York Virginia West Virginia
Illinois Iowa Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota-
Tickets are Limited to Oct. 31 1903.
Besides theso ratea we have special excursions to
different places nt different limes caunot advertise thnm
nil. If you contemplate a trip bo tmru and see the Frico
Agent or address
Prints All the
Will arrive this week. Uutil its arrival lov
price will prevail on everything in the house.
Fresh pure whole-
some bread madeevcry
day. Our Clebrated
Cream Graham and
Rye Bread always on
H. Spiegle Prop and Mgr.
li. I'. UUNIM
DIv. Pass. Agent
to SEPT 30TJ1 190 3.
i mi i ""vnik
nuua I UN
FT.WQRTH gV AND
Ai JHsK m -
NEWS All the Time.
Furniture and Carpets.
Guy P. Cobb. E. Hattaln.
COBB & HA3TAIN
Attorney! at Law.
Ofllco In Granlto Block.
Tishomingo Ind. Tor.
W. A. LtdbetUr. S. T. Blodio.
LSDBETTER ft BLEDBOR
Attorneya at Law.
Office in Ledbetttr ft Bldto Build-
ing Main street.
DR. L. U. BROWN
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco at Coleman Bros' Drug Store.
Itesldonco opposite Ico Plant South
Ardmore. Offlco 'phono 2G5. Resi-
dence 'phono 280.
DR. J. W. ECHOLS
Eye Ear Nose and Throat.
Gainesville .... Texas.
.5. .. r .;.
R. D. Moore M. D. J. M. Vaden M. D.
DRS. MOORE t VADEN
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offlco hours 10 to 12 m.; 2 to 4 p. m.
Offlce 'Phono 63. Noble Building.
Dr. Vaden'a residence 'phone 71
HARDY ft McNEES
Physicians and Burgeons.
Offloehonri! 10 to lin. m Hot v. m.uf
to 9 p. m.i Bnndtji 10 to 11 a m. snd I to I
p.m. omoe Phont 171. Offloeortr Bimnj'i
droe nor eorntr M!n and Ciddo slrtsli.
DR J. D. HODGE
Dental work a specialty.
Headquarters City Livery
Ardmoro .... ind. Tor.
W. M. ANDERSON
Whlta & Smith's Stabls.
lies. "Phone No. 203.
Oonltst snd Aurtil.
apsclsl mention siren to Barserrsnfl
Dtiesies ot lbs
6YE. EAR NOSE AND TKOAT
uiasAcs Accurately l-ltted.
UlBoeoTer Ilonnar A Donnar'i Drnirflinn
Uoutns s nd d. Ardmore. I. T.
Phonei lieildeooeil. Offlco IK
DR. J. W. 3MITW.
Physician and Surijeon.
Offlca In Gorman Bulldlnt.
OQco 'Phono f 3 ningi.
Rsaldenco 'Phono 14.
Offlce hours 10 to 12 a. m. ! to 4 p. m.
Special attention glva to Diseases of
Women and Chlldran.
W. M. CHANOELLOR
Physician and Surgeon
mabn ril...... . . .....
7; ... ""riff it epecisur.
nesldenoe. Q' street nortbosst seoond door
nnrttl Or Tnl rn ivannai
Offlco with Ardmoro Timr rn
Dfflce phona 86 residence hone 228.
DR. A. E. ADAMS
Tho latest lmprovomont for Crown
and Brldgo Work.
Ix)cal anosthetlca administered for
tho painless oxtractlon of teeth.
All work guaranteed. Prices to
suit tho times.
Offlco over nnndol'a store Ardmoro
Rooms 1 2 and 6 over Bonner &
Special attention to high cl&as and
difficult cases of dentistry.
Subscribe for ths Ardmoratta
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