The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 102, Ed. 1, Monday, March 7, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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!ntnnra Mum Inn Hint II linn Mmlr
U.'ll Urn v. I
Tlit .lomiiiiiiiiiii r iiiiiiKiiiiitioii (hit
tin' iicirninl fxiMi'ici' of tin- fiiriiltlf l
DO new Ith'li. Sniiuirl ltKTM miffi'ind
from n lol'lit rolil from tin- 'fr'lM of
wliu t he Im'IIi-vimI (o lie nil o')'H win-
dow nt til buck whit h in reality wiik
ilimcil. All InKtnnri1 of IIiIm known to
tlic metllcHl fMciilly In more Mtrniiuc
Mill. 'I'WO IIH'II "lll.VI'll lit II llOIIM' In
Willed mi llilimti' lniil tiled nf cholera
lino innn iltteel In the room in which
tln pntlent IiikI illril whs In Ignorance
of wlmt IiimI wetirretl. I If idept well
mill wbh no wow. The other wrong-
ly told t tut t tin' room In which lie xlept
whs Hint In which Ihc cholera pittlent
liml illfil. tent n nluht of iiii'iitnl
.iKotiy iiikI In tin1 morning whs hcIuhI
ly roll tul to lie miffi'rliiK from tlili com-
flu lilt . lie tiled of iliolt-ni.
A plnillnr iiiMlnnrc wim nii'iitloni'il
tin other tiny ly ii frli'inl of tho.wrlt-
it. Two London lui'ii Klnjriil In tli
loiinlry lit ii Ihiium" where wnrlet fi-r
wan reported. Out' mi uiiliiiulwitlve
healthy minded fellow awoke nil r lull I
In the morning. Tin other 11 nervotiit
Mnnltlvf mnn xvnn very III luul not
Mlfjil mid Inn I broken out Into n terri-
ble rush which both tlechiretl to Ik
wartet fever. A wire to n l.oinloii
medical man wn iIHmiIcIhi ami by
tlit Aral train lie hurried ilown. Tln
Hiiitioiil fever patient proviil to Imve
no fever nt nil bejowl it 1 1 liiiiiglnuiy
ono. An n fnel there wan no xciirlct
fever Itt the Iioiini' Hie eiine liml lieon
wrongly iIIhkhowiI. him! the frightened
lnltnr luul tortured hlniKi'If Into a vio-
lent mull nil without eiiime. St..liuneH
An Amrrli'ttii I i nun- Willi No I neer-
liiln( no In tin OrU'ln.
ItHNket Imll iih a recreative kiiiiio Id
unique In It origin for two ri'tisoim:
First It In our ono intuitively mire
homo Aiiierienn iroiluctloii: eciuidly.
tilt) inline ihile unci pint r 1 1 h mi-
tlmi-shlp lire ex.ictly Known. HiiNkct
bull wiik born in the yen I- 1SH1 nt
Sprltiglleltl. Minn hihI ItK nutlior wnx
luma XiiImiiiIIIi. 'I'Iio Nlory I sliort
enough to lie ItitercHtlng. In Unit town
in n training wcIkhiI eoniioctcil with
tho Voiiiik Mcn'x ('hrhUliiu iiwhicIii-
lloil mill of eolirxe profi'KHorM uniting
lliem n profi'Kwir of pitychology who
in pniil to I em h the youiiK Menu how
to think clfeetlvely. In one of IiIh lec-
tin if he 1'iilleil uttentloii to certain eon
illtloun tiion which the liruln eolilil
with mlvtuitiiKO ho eM'relxeil anil chal-
lenged Ii Ih cIiikh to tmpply the require-
liii'lilH to meet tliein. The coiitlltloiiK
were Hie Invention of u new game
which could ho played Indoora In a
limited area liy a dcllncd and uunltera-
ble nuiiilier of coutt'MitlitM and aihiita
tile to lioth ni'.M'H. I'liou this hypoth-
esis one of IiIh pupils .Iuiiich Nnl-
Hlilllh the Hiinie night evolved basket
ball. It wiih put Into practice the next
day e.ierlinciiliilly ami found to meet
the conditions anil liiiiltntloiiH laid
down by the professor iidmlrably. Hut
It luul mere Minn an iicndcuilc value
lis its spreiid iih one of our most ap-
preciated pastimes attests. - Illustrat-
ed Sporting News.
I'ltollllK tin I'lilmirt.
I doubt if the pranks of the present
day subaltern are as plucklsh as those
of Ills prcilci'ckhors. I can remember
a story Mint went the rounds home
yours ago of a during Junior of Mm
Crenndler guards who chuffed bis colo-
nel In a fashion that would not be
tolerated toilny. Hut the colonel was
not disposed to deal leniently with
him. lie kept unusually late or rather
early hours so ono day an early pa-
rade was ordered unexpectedly and
live minutes before the hour the colo-
nel rode past the culprit's ipintteis.
Cheerfully unconscious of Impending
doom the hitter leaned out cf his bed-
room window In the airy Kiirmuuts of
bleep to wiy good morning. Tho colo-
nel chuckled and rode on but to bis
surprise nt the stroke of time the sub-
altern stepped out on parade fully
lrosii.il anil all in irder. lie knew of
Mm trap and had donned the looser
garment over bis uniform to take it
rUe out of Ids superior. London Tut-
liT. Wlirrr VIe Are I'nwni-il.
They have a curious way of utilizing
wives and daughters In some parts of
India. If a man wants money he puts
these members of his establishment In
pawn and bis ciedltor detains them
until the debt Is discharged. The cus-
tom varies in different localities. In
Nellore the Yercalls pledge their
daughters to creditors who may either
marry them or give them away and
a iiihii who has to go to Jail deposits
his wife with another man of her tribe
until bis return. In North A rent uu
married daughters are frequently
mortgaged anil become the absolute
property of the mortgagee until llqtll
He Wouldn't Auk I'urllirr.
Contributor- Would you take It kind-
ly If I were to ask you on what
grounds yon refused my latest poem?
l'dltor Yes If you'll take kindly to my
true statement of the case Coutrlbu
tor (after slight hesitation) (iooil day.
sir. Hnltlnmre American.
Mr. HaekloU (enviously) -She has tin
Krwtoat luck in selecting sen nut girls
Mrs. HnrUlot. Don't talk nonsense
You moan she has great luck In bavin;
servant Jjirls select Iier.-F.xchnngu.
Ills view unit llei's.
As for me life isn't worth the
living without you. She- As for iue
the living you enrn Isn't worth the life.
Clneiniiatl Ccuuiiieri i ii 'I i ibuni'
ANCIENT LNGLISH INNS.
hiinie llntr llri 11 In i;lMcnci I'nr
111 I o I lioiiHiinil li'iiro
lioiinil and about London and Its
ever cMclulitiK niiurls there imiy iill
be seen inns anil Ihmm'iis of liient live
anil intt'iTstiiiK iis-ociiilinu.
The AliKi-l inn. Ilinlicate lllll. dates
back to the time of l he reformat !o
Orlciually It was called Mie Snllltittloli
Inn. It is built eutiiely of wistd.
Another famous inn is the Itald I'nced
KImk at IMiswiiie. NobiMly knows when
it was iirlKlniilly built and It would
seem as tliouith encli successive propil-
etor has endeavoit-d to place his mini;
on its architectural aspect for many
part of It have evidently at different
times been lebllill. Ill tile stables. It
Is iiIIckciI. Iilek Turpiti had bis horse'
Ihm's tiuneO so as to u.NkP bis purstl-
rrs iiiiRllii) hu had koiic III an oppinlle
l 1 1 linn.
AiroiiK tln very olihul of suburban
London Inim hip the I'IoiikIi at KIlis-
limy i!r 'en ami the KIiik .In hips and
'l ink inn. nt llnllelil The llrst In said
to Is- s:) Jenrs obi. mill the hitler was
lipiilisl in have Ih'I'H llrst In.'.lt as uli
lull unit Under iinollipr mime Wi yemti
Its present inline Is derived form an
elicolllllei whlcli Kluu .lumps I. is ssld
in have had with a linker at Ihc dour
of the inn. TIip linker's conversation
so pleased tin- Mnu Mint he miiile the
llli lliler'or kettles "n klllKllt. Willi live
hlindnsl ii year." London .Mull.
Omul splrlU don't all coirio from
lOntueky. Tho iiiulii aouico la the
liver anil all tho llm aplrlta ever
iiiiido In tho I II no (ii-naa State could
not rcniisly a bad HviTor tho hundred-
and-diio III effei'ta It produce. Von
can't lmvo xooil aplrita and n bail liv-
er nt tho Hiiinu tlnio. Your llvpr must
be In lino condition If ynu would fool
buoyant happy ami lioMful bright of
eye llxlil of atop vlKonit'Ji ami sue-
roadfut In your piirsulta. Vou can put
vour liver In tine condition by using
tlrepu'H AiiKuat Klower the KfeKlo"'-
of all medicines for the liver rind Btom-
ach mid a ceitaln cure for ilysitppgla
or InillRjoaMon. It has been a favor
ite household remedy for over thirty-
live yean. August Mower will make
your liver healthy and antlvo and thus
insure a liberal mipply of "goHl apir-
lts." Trial alxo JSIie; roipihir bottled
7.'e. At (Illy l)ni Store.
It Ik said that hoyg will be boys but
tho people next door often think they
SURE CURE FOR PILES
ItehliiK plies produce moisture and
cause ItclilllK. this form as well as
blind bleedliiK or protriiillni? plies
an.' eurMl by Dr. Ilo-san-ko's l'lle
Ueniedy. Jitops IIcIiIiik ami bleedliiK.
AliMirhs tumors. .Ml cents a Jar at
ilniKKlsts or sent by mall. Treatise
free. Write me about your case. Dr.
Ilosanko. Philadelphia I'a.
Til r ii I iik Amiy Wrnlli
"I don't believe .Mill line I tit
more" pouletl she.
"I couldn't." replied he.
After 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 k It over she smiled ami
told 1 1 1 1 it she could make the same old
dress do another season. Houston Post.
Coulil ol liuiiruiiliT Thrill
"Have you any I'Ks';" iuiUlrel the
"Yes sir" said the waiter. "I can
brlntJ you some cp;s. but I want you to'
remember that this Is a ten cent lutitli
i-ountt'i "-Chicago Tribune.
Inflain.-itory Rheumatism Cured.
William Shnlfer a brakeiunn of
Denlsoii. Ohio was conlliied to his
bed for several weeks with Inlhuna-
tory rheiiinatlsin. "I used many rem-
edies " he uys. "Klimlly I sent to
McCaw's tlruK store for a bottle of
Chamlierlaln's l'aln lliilm. at which
time I was unable t- use iiniul or
fit. ami In one week's time was
able to k to work as happy ns a
elani." Tor sale by K. .1. Htunsuy atul
the City DrttK Store.
I over uf tin 1 fan fif it I tin
"Do you like mountain scenery '"
"1 might as well."
"Might as wellV I fear 1 don't get
'I might as well like It for 1 can't
change It."-Houston Post.
Imitriit pit t
Miss Summit How Mint young Mon-
roe flrl has Improved! Miss Palisade
- Hasn't sin''' Why. I can remember
when she was such a modest little
thing Tow n Topics
Anrnnn ifmlln? n. ukrtfli utul rirsfrlptlnn niny
qui ulr Mivrtr.ni i -r i ; :! n frco wbcihrr uu
iiifcni :i t rr .-a r v "i-ntuMo. tmiiuii'.ii
ii inFtn tin :tiuc ::il HANDBOOK on I'mrim
i"it in a. ulilrit iiL-rnry fi r nomriui; luti'Mi.
I'atf u liiki-i lltr mull Jlutm o. ri'Ciive
li'C'Wl i. ill wv Jtt true lulDo
Imn.li. . t n' 'mii' I wrolilT. I nrcci
ciiliiii.il i ii ii" II. iii mil Tivni tin
).-ir: I iir hi. ' In II. f. J Uyull iicwi1.'Ut.
MUNN & no.3B'B"" New York
'j V st Vnliiii!Uii. .
In "in CJ fT uiiiniluml
tiar n.tltlliitiilii .tlou
l.i.llODII IT IlL'tW lll(D
f ii. uc nut uimtraiie
' .on atitl not 4ntriu-
l t ft tptiii '':i
Si. I! It.T lrlvIH.
liriint ii.' -
In Hie rnlteil States Court in the In
dlan Territory Southern District
Kate A. Morris plaintiff vs. Tom
Tho tlefendnnt Tom Morris Is
wnnied to nppenr In this court !n
thltty days and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff Kate A. Morris.
Witness tho Hon. Ilosea Townsund
JiiiIko snld court and the soul there-
of this lth day of February IDOL
(Seal) C. M. CAMPIJHLL Clork.
Itobort Crockett Attotnoy.
S. II. llutlor. Attorney for Non-
lTrat inibllshed leb. 17 1U04.
Invaluable for Rheumatism.
I have been sufferlm; for the past
few years with a severe attaek of
rheumatism and found that IlallnnKs
Snow Llniinnt was the only thlnpc
that gave me satisfaction and tend
ed to alleviate my pain. March 21th
1!MI2. .lohu C. Degnan MnRsmau. Ill
25e nee antl $I.U". Sold by W. H
The reason a woman hates to giv.'
a man a secret to Keep is oecause ii'
Kins and does it.
Moro HucU's stoves ann ranges r
sold In tho United Siatos Minn an;
other ono ninkc. That Is a prettj
good elilenco that Uiey nro bettni
stoves liny P)m from Noble Bros
The Name Witch Hazel.
The name Witch Haze. Is much
abused. K. C. DeAVitt fc Co.. Chicago.
ire the Inventors of the orinlnal and
only Witch Hnz-' Salve. A certain
euro for cuts burns bruises opsonin
tetter piles etc. Thero are many
counterfeits of this salve some of
which are dangproi. .. while they are
all worthless. In buying Witch Hanoi
Salve see that the name IS. C. Do-
Witt .fc Co. Chicago. Is on the bov.
nnd a cure Is certain. Sold by all
A woman can almost break her
heart thinking of what woiiltf hnpiien
te her If her husband shouldn't love
her any more.
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time If neglected Is
liable to cause pneumonia which is
so often fatnl. and even when tho pn-
tlent has recovered the lungs aro
weakened making them peculiarly
susceptible to tho de 3lopment of
consumption. Foley's Honey nnd Uir
will stop tne cough heal nnd sireiiKth-
en the Iuiiks and prevent pneumonia.
Homier & Bonner.
A girl wants to net married so oth
er girls will wonder nbout what she
lr. wondering about other married wo-
men. Proper Treatment of Pneumonia.
I'neuinonln Is too JanRorous a dis
ease for any oip to try to doctor him-
self altnough ho may have the prop
er medicines ai jisnu. a pnysiciau
should nlways be called. It should ho
borne In mind luwevor that pneumo-
nia nlways results fiom a cold or an
attack ot the grip and Mint by Riving
Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy tho
threatened nttnek of pneumonia may
be wanted off. This medlelno Is also
used by physicians In tho treatment
of pneumonia with tho best results.
Dr. W. J. Smith or Sanders Ala.
who Is also a druggist snyu of It:
"I have been selling Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and pros- 'bnig It
In my practlco for tho past slxyoars.
I use It in cases of pneumonia n
have always otten tho best results
Sold by F. J. Hamsey and the City
Usually when a man proposes Its
In a back parlor with the gns turned
ho low Mint ho doesn't realize what
he's iii against until It's everlasting
1 too Inte.
TWENTY YEARS TRIAL.
There are lots of good things the
doctors know nothing nbout. We fro
qtiently euro people ot dlseaso nftor
the doctors have given them tip. If
the dlseaso comes from overwork ills
slnation or exposure pausing weak
nnd watery blood ami loss of tlesh
and strength we have the one suro
remedy In Dr. (Jiinn's Hlood and
Nerve Tonle. These tablets taken
with meals turn tho food Into rich
red blcod making strong steady
nerves nnd Increasing tho ftrcngtfl
producing solid llesh at tho rate ot
to .1 pounds per week. This menus
health. Druggists sell Dr. Ounn's
Hlood and Nerve Tonic for "fie per box
or three boxes for $2.00. For nervous
prostration loss of memory or a pale
sallow complexion a better remedy
was never made. Doctors know noth'
lug about this remedy only the fact
that wo mnke cures which we hnvo
been doing for twenty years. For salo
by W. H. Frame Druggist.
A Favorite Remedy for Babies.
Its pleniit taste and prompt euros
have mndo Chamberlain's Cough
Hemedy a favorite with the mothers
of small children. It quickly eurofi
their eongns and colds and provonts
any danger of pneumonia or other se.
iIouh cunsequunces. It not only cures
cioup but if given as soon as tho
cioupy cough appears will prevent the
ntt nek. For sale by v. J. jtamsey ann
Hie City lrug Store.
If troubled with weak digestion
belchlnii of sour stomach use Cham
b. rlttlu's St miach and Liver Tablets
and vou will get quick relief. For
mlo by F. .1. Hamsey and tho City
for eftlWrca; taftj cure A'o epiattt
GEO. I. JORDAN
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
WYNNI3W00D. I. T.
pedal attention to Commercial sad
JAMES H. MATHERS
Wheeler Hulldlng. Ardmore I T.
BINGHAM 4. APPLE
Attorneys at Law.
Itiii1 olllco practlco a 'spec laity
Some time with Dawes commission.
Tishomingo I. T.
L. B. SUTHERLAND
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Upstairs In l'ostofflce Block.
Ardmore Ind. Ter.
DR. ROBERT H. HENRY.
Physician and Surgeon.
Specialty iCyc Ear Nose and Throat
Olllce with Pi. Von Keller ovor
Hornier & Uonner'a Drug Store.
DR. J. W. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco In norinnn Hulldlng
Otlleo 'phono C 3 rings.
Itosldonco 'phono 14.
Olllce hours 10 to 12 a. m 2 to 4 r
Special attention given to Diseases
Women and Children.
Eye finr Nose and Throat.
Glasses accurately QtUd. Offlco
ovor Hotchklss' Jewelry store
Ardmors. I. T.
VV. M. ANDERSON
(T. U SralUi's Stable.)
Olllce phono 125. Residence 203
DR. J. B. KILGORE
OHIee PostoiUco building.
Hesldonco Whlttlngton hotel.
VY. M. U11ANUKLLOH
Physlclas and burgeon
We make illnsoi of women and cblldren
and Kunoral operattTe inrsery s upooUtty.
Ileildence (1 street nortbesit leound door
north of Third uvenne:
OHco with Ardmore Drug Co.
Office phone 86 residence phone 218
J. O. UoNliii
Hti rhoa It.
HARDY A McNKEH
PUTOICIANU AND GUKOEOHS.
OtSoe boom 10 lo 11 1. m..9 to i p. m.ni
to 0 d. xu.i Uaodaji. 10 to ll .m. andllol
. m. Office rbone 13 OfBoe orer Uiniii't
rtroK nor earner Main and Oartdo Uracil
DR. W. S. BECHTOL
All work guaranteed. Charges rea
Offlco over Hamilton's Shoo Store.
Ardmore Ind. Terr.
DR. A. E. ADAMS
Tho latest Improvement for
and Drldgo Work.
Local anesthetics administered
the painless extraction of teeth.
All work guaranteed. Prices
suit tho times.
Olllce over Randol's storo Ardmoro
J. B. WHITE
Architect and Superintendent
Offlco In Wheeler Building.
Ardmore Ind. Ter
DR. WM S. PENNELL
with Drs. Moore & Vadon
In tho United States Commission
er's court Southern district Indian
Territory at Ardmore.
Mrs. M. J. Chapman plaintiff vs
A M. Perduo & Co. defendants.
Tho defendant A. M. Perduo & Co.
aro warncu to appear in mis couri
with In thirty (30) days to answer Uie
complaint of tho plaintiff Mrs M. J.
Witness my hand at Ardmore I.T.
this Teh. I 1904.
T. N. nOBNHTT U. S. Com.
Sam II. llutlor. nttornoy for plaintiff
II. A. l)dbutter nttornoy for non-
resident. First published Feb. 5 '04.
Mrs. It. UvHtis Pharwater Kas.
writos: "My husband lay sick for
three months. The doctors said he
had quick consumption. We procured
a bottle 01 Ballard's Horehouiid Syrup
anil It cured him. That was
years ago and since then we have aJ-
wavs kept a bottle In the house. We
ctiiuot do without It. For cousins ami
( ' 11 no 1 qua! " "V r . and
" s !! i. W 11 Fiaiii'"-.
sales but fine aoods J f
Regular 5 and 10c llnmburKS at
Regular 15 and 20c Hamburgs at -Regular
o and 50c Suisse at
INSERTIONS TO MATCH.
Also a splendid line of VALUN-
CIUNNES at less than ini'ORT
PlMCPc;. .tt .4 .t .st
Telephone No. 135.
to' .A..o..o..A. fV.tft t'-f. t?& .V ?f ; "
MJt- ' 1 1 1-1 . . " VIM. Ate
Kearney Hardware House
Is better prepared than ever to take care
of the fanners and city customers. Everything
in the hardware line is carried in this mam-
moth stock. Have just received a car load of
Brown Cotton Planters
And Cultivators. Will receive in a few days. One
car of Newton Wuroiis one enr of Cotton Planters and
Cultivators oe car of Iron Hoofing one car of Barbed
wire one car of the cclebruttd Moline Plows and Cultivators.
A full line of
Saddles Bridles and Harness.
Will cxchauRe for cash or desirable credit. Prepared
to furnish you cilher way. Call and see me when in towu.
Yours for trade
T. K. KEARNEY
plows nt reason-
able prices and on
easy terms is a sub-
ject of interest to
every farmer. That
is exactly what wo
have and are prepar-
ed to tnke care of you
and want you busi-
H3yA 1 1
If ;s 1 iih
. vV. 'l 1 U
I 1 ' !
place on sale at special
prices a fine line of Drum
mcr'5 Samples not a lot
of coarse common stuff
made especially for special
w w" J'- w j
133 East lain Street
Miuificiri . riTV - Wi:i I
That is worth a fjreat ilenl in the-
comfort mid health it uiv.s is within
your retu h lit it inotlcrnt" eos-t. LpI
ns k ve ou tin fstimittc on tin up'to-
dato bath room cnuipment open
jilumhinc porcelain or cunmleil tub
nnd perfect ennitnry comicelirnis.
Our prices arc lov est for hiL'h class
Coleman Plumbing Co.
4 DOORS SOUTH OP POSTOPPICE.
&J 'tiJ "3 ?5 1 i?i &e
)UR entire stock
of Plows and
the famous brands of
Our Store is Head
quarters for the
world's best makes of
wtiBons luiRL'ies antl
I or this week only
xThfi Rnilriintr nemnnrl
. .... u
Never ceases to call for first class
labor and material as better aud
more costly houses aro beinr; built.
I'o meet this we employ only first-
class workmen in our factory and use
the best of material. Anything that
enters into the outside or inside of
auy kind of a building can be quickly
1 . i .
Artlmore Sash ani1 Door Factory
For AH tho News
Al! the Time.
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