The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 123, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 31, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE VVCHD M02."
How It oi'linl ll War In"' the
The worJ "uwb" is ou abbreviation.
It U nothing but u fragment of tb fait
l.utln orlcl'.i.il "uimMIu tulmts" --"tbe
tickle mii.uou p-npi-" 1'it-st the noun
"viiluus" nmlioiitl. "Mobile." oin-
Inn into common u-. v;i In n few years
cut down to "limit." By Swift it V:ih
ubominnti-d to hw rt.vlna duy as a pe-
culiarly ndloti kind of ailing. Addi-
son yniputbiri-l wltb this fcvllng. In
No. I.Ti of tin- Sji.'ct.itiir "100b" I put
down by him m one of the ridiculous
words w bleb he fenrs will In time be
lookiil upon n pnrt of tbe speech
There lniixt Iihvi- Iwpii tlun n host of
minor tlofi'iidt-rs of the purity of our
toiiKUR who IpvwiiIIiiI its IncreaftinK u-e
mid pointed to Unit fuel vvidiMice of
tlie Krowlni: (lcv3iiflriy of the Ion
K'laci. Hut the atnlld form stoutly
bi'ld It srnutul and ontlhcil Its cmi-
ulir.etl. The abbreviation hat ttinroiiph-
ly Pfltnhllslicil lui-lf. Accordingly n
word which their pmleccsvirs ytlgtnii-
tlzed us a corruption of the vilest kind
Is now used nnhi-Nltattnu'ly by I lie mot
precise of modern JurUW. The renou
of Its prcviilence U obvious. It uuinj
to supply ii very eciitiltie wunt. There
la no other slmjle word that conveys
ilelltiltely the idea of n particular sort
of riotous nswiiihlugc. Harper's.
f.'ONTH S TRIAL FREE
Brsatfc Myomi Three or Four Time-
Dally and Be Cured of Catarrfi.
The City Drug Store on.- nt tii
most reliable business ftrn. in Ai I
more ha seen many instance ! tv
leraarkable power of Hyo.nci t mi"
eatr.'rhil .li-r : J."1" the K-si-lralo:
Risuits In till.- tr. atment ha
ca them jo mm n i ii:leaie ni ll."
met that t.Vy v.tl. slve n n ri
trial with the poli . undortav. Uwa
that if at the end of that tin: . n ur.
la net effected or enough relief s
to warrant a continued uh ir t'.i
treatment for a while lona-r. tu
money will be refunded
Hyomel is the only treat m nt
catarrh that haa aver been s lt un .
n "nn euro nn nav" nlan. anil tii "niy
Addison's fears have lMn re- one where a month's trial t teat men
Is free unless It cures.
Ilvomel is not a Dill or llnuil .1u-t
breathe It through the neat inbal
that om with every outllt. ant
benefit will be seen fiom tho flr-t
day's use. Ilrealhed In this way. t!i
honlrh.rl vlnv Ilvomel nenetrnti s
the minutest air cella of the lung. an i
drives catarrhal forms and poison-
from the system.
Tne complete outfit cost? but $1
and extra bottles of Hyomel may b
obtained for 50 cents.
Remember that If Hyomel doe!- n it
cure you after a month's trial th
City Dru Store will refund your m n
BY HOOK OR BY CROOK.
An Ancient I'hrnai- That Hum Mntijr
I'ttltftf of Ml-lllllllU.
The phrase "l hook or by crook'
tnny simply refei to uu nucleut cus-
tom which nllnwed nersons to collect
for fuel deml wood in the kind's forest ey and the treatment will be absolu'c
such us they could breuk olf and re- hv free
move with "cart book and crook."
Some trure its siiiUiciinco "by foul
menus or by fair"' to tbe contrasts!
uses of tlie footpad's book or the
Others remind us of tlie expression
lu very early diiys "by huke o'er
krooke" that is. by bending the knees
unci erinnini; low.
Another plausible explnnntlou Is that
He has the best tduiatim who
best knows when to appear latvuunt
A Severe Cold for Three Months.
The following letter from X. J
Xusbaum of Uatesville. Ind . tells Its
own story: "I suffered for three
months wfth a severe cold. A dnitfgU
nrenareJ me some medicine and
nfter the treat lire of London disputes nnvslclan nrescrlbed for me. yet I dl
as to ownersnip ot mini were semeu not improve i men mci ruiej .-.
by two surveyors whose mimes were
Hook and Crook.
Quite different Is the view taken by
those who tell us that when Strons-
bow sulled for Ireland he Instructed
his men to make their attack by Hook
u promontory northeast of Waterford.
or by Ciook. u harbor on the south
In any case the phrase Is very old
for It was used by ltacon (I.ViOi by
Skelton tho poet laureate (l.'OOi. imd
by Chancer nearly COO years uso.
Itonev and Tar and elscht doses curei
- - . p
me." Henna sunsiUU(es. uunner a:
A man may eat. drink an 1
ry provided he doesn'' Uu
Proner Treatment of Pneumonia
Pneumonia Is too dangerous a dls
ease for any on to try to doctor him
self nltnoufih he may hae the prop
pr medicines at hand. A pays!' lan
should always be called. It shoull be
borne In mln.l however t i.it pni Jtno-
nia always results fiom a cold or an
nttack of the grip and that by giving
Chamberlain's Cough Il.xncdy t'ae
threatened attack of pneumonia may
be warded off. This medicine is ais
used by physicians In the treatment
It Aiiiionrniiei- l'rnr Ihr JIoob'w
l.m-U of Air mill VVnler.
It Is by Indirect methods of observn
There nro various nrguments that can vh0 algo a druggist says ot It
bo adduced but the most conclusive Is have been selling Chamberlain
that obtained on the occurrence of r'ouch Remedy and pres- Nu
what Is called the occulta tlon of a m my practice for the past six year
t u...i.illn liirtntw 1 lint tlm II ma it In raWS OI Oncll II ' . I .
mat. t-wiii in. .v .... .....w t no- v - -
that scientists learn of the ab- Qf pneraonia wth the best results
e of ntmospherp In the moon. I)r . j gmlth of Sanders. Ala
uioon comes directly between the earth
ami a star and the temporary extinc-
tion of the latter Is nn oceultiitlon. We
can observe the movement when It
takes place and the suddenness ot thu
extinction of the star Is extremely re-
markable. If the moon had a copious
atmosphere the griidttnl Interposition
of lids would produce a uriuliiiil ex-
tinction of the star and not the sudden
phenomenon usually observed.
This absence of air and water from
the moon explains the peculiar and
weird riiKp'dncss of the lunar scenery.
We know that on the earth the action
of the wind and of rain of frost and of
snow is constantly tendlni: to wear
down our mountains and reduce
bard outlines but no such intents are
ut work upon the moon.
tmvo niwavs zotbeu the be-st ro.-.ult
sold hv V. J. Ramsey and the City
One swallow doesn't mak a
mer any more than It makes a i
A Typlenl lltiiiniinrt.
Princess Mnthllde was a typical
Ilonaparte. Ilenenlh the skin of a
Brunde dame there dwelt the soul of a
vlvundlere. She was generous and
tempestuous. Something of a butt In
her prime as a certain rather pro
A Favorite Remedy for Babies.
Its pleasant taste and prompt ures
have made Chamberlains Cough
Remedy a favorite with the mothers
of small children. It quWUy "ires
their cougns and colds ani prevents
any danger of pneumonia or otu-r se-
rious consequences. It not only cures
.... i.nr if clven as soon as the
tr!ir croupy cough appears will prevent the
11 '! attack. For sale by F. J. Ramsey and
the City Drug btore.
A woman will find her way to heav
en by Instinct while a man 1? reason
Ing hlmselt to hell.
PI S-Ji fid i
T not our purpose or desire to bore you with an essay on tlie "Blooming llnwers" the
'Warbling hirds" nor the "Beautiful Sprinp" we leave all this to the poet the lover and
the one who has nothing more important to say to you.
Our KASTISR ORHETI NO shall consist ol a description of one of the (Irandest Bargain
Events yet offered by Ardmorc's Largest and Most Progressive Store.
Beginning 7 a. m. Thursday Closing 9 p. m. Saturday
We will display on our sales counters a collection of bargains which will interest every shopper
500 ynrds 10c Madras beautiful designs for shirts
and shirt waists will ko for these three 7Lp
days tU...... . i 2 v-
Oar L'eet 10c Double Fold I'etrale new
style fast colors uo at
7c Batiste beautiful de?ii;ns for early spriufr
for three days
Fast Color Scotch Lawns our 5c leader sold nt 5c
when cotton was Gi pound ko for these three
days 10 yds to customer for
3G-inch Bleached Domestic our 7c seller no
starch 3 dajs at
25 Pieces Double Width Imported Madras
25c grade for three days
75c White Mercerized WuUtinca while they
10 and 50c White WaittitiKs Oxford
Madras and Veiling while they last
:i5c White WaistitiKS. nil materials will
go in this stile nt
If troubled with weak digestion
belching of sour stomach use Cham.
berlaln'8 Stomach and Liver Tablets
win pt ou ck relief. For
nouncvd passage In Lord Maluifsbury's gale jy K j Ramsey and the City
reminiscence siiowh. hiiu ii ""' U)nis Store.
rarsallt- mini inii nt Hip KniiiB time to
noiiiiss insti. ami a knowledge of the Anv alrl who marrle to please her
arts. It was to her credit too. that lolkR usually gets tbe worst of It.
she cared not a miup or ner ungcrN ior
dvnaitlc illsiiutc-i. She was on the o-..nnia Follows a Cold.
frion ni..it nf ti.r'nKi with the Due d'Au- ... fniinws the use of Foley's
male and ii said to buve trlcMl but In iionov and Tar. It stops the cough.
vnin tr. ..n.w.uinii. uoini! of tho htlffcr kooi. and strencthens the lungs ana
branches of the puzzle bended Ilourboa nKords perfect security from an at-
. i. .i. ivno n u-iimnn I nt nnonmonia. Ketuse SUIt4J"
lillllliy. AIIOi;uilli'l. . " " m.n t
who lived every moment of JiOr life.- tutes. Uonner &. iwnnr.
Ia the United States Court In tint In-
Turner defendant. No. Set-
t i Tiinpr. iilalntm. VS. Lizaw
u . i.. . --. .
The defendant Uwle Turner is
. . i. 1 1.1 j witrf in SO
warnea v apii -
days and answer tbe complaint of tie
nlalntlff. J. It. Turner.
UMmois HOB. Hose lOWBienn
l Hruli- :reiitliiu VUrt
Every living bird ami bat strives
its utnioat to cram itself with food be-
fore retiring for tlie night and this
food U digested as tbe night progrsei.
Tbe evening feed 1-i tbe feed of tbe day
with thu brute creation and yet dec-
tors tell us to refrsln from oatini:
heartily at night and even advise us
to retire to rest with a more or les
. . . nll..n.m ni
ture when following this advlceVIing- judge of said court and the seal taere-
lUh Country ticutletuan.
Tim U'iihI In
"I suppoM the boro and heroine of
that story get married lu tbe last chap-
ter?" she suld.
"No. divorced." replied her friend.
"Oh. Imiw lovely! Will you let me
borrow It when you get through ?"
of this lth day of March. 10!
(Saall C. M. CAMPBELL. C
tt-n jc- Marsh attorneys for
j. i u ..
? it Duller attorney tor noo-rsi
First published Marcn to. It!.
I'lenaril nl l.l.
im. . . . . . 1 i j datlkSil
with your Servant-Well. mum. hbe na and consumption iram a
Yield quickly to the woaaerful en-
ratlve ana neatiB? quamie ui 1 -
Honev and Tar. H prwrenw .
uid le was vry well piead when settlins on the luajs Bonner. ton
9S 9?& -W 9 W-W- WW'W-W-W??vr7'' W 9?V 4r4 4&7?N?
One liOt of 50c Corsets broken listen nice
clean stock to eloie ench-.-.......-
Ladies Bleached Vests taped the 10c
grade for three days 4 for
Indies' Bleached Vesti our best I2e:
leader tor three days each
25c Knickerbocker Skirting for sprint' wash skirts
wears like 50c Pique and much prettiet colors
onlv three days
25c Dress Lii.en -all colors beautiful for
shirt waist suits three days
i prettiet colors J (Jq
!J5c Cotton Etatniue makes pretty sprint; waists or
suits will io in this three day.-' specrtl 2 5C
75c Mistral Bourette the swellest material for skirts
or shirt waist suite will go for three days 49C
3G-inch Wool Voile- our 50c leader colors
only for these three days
Ludies' Bleached Vestssilk tape nicely fin-
ished a 25c value these three days 2 tor
Ladies' Silk Finish Vests a JJSc grade go
in this sale at
Another Shipment 100 yard Spools Sewing Silk- in
black onh will go for three days limit four to r
customer two spools.for
10 Dcz Onlv to Offer Ladies' pure linen Hem-
stitched Handkerchiefs others get I5c for them while
they last our price for three days.
These goods will be displayed during this 3 days upon our sales counters where you can inspect
them. Every one knows that the Burton-Peel store affords the most satisfactory shopping fa-
cilities of any house in Ardtnore 'because of the spacious isle room its splendid light so that you
can see what you buy and last but not least its Red Rock prices and superb collection of fash-
ionable merchandise. Your trade is solicited and appreciated whether you buy 5c or sOdollars.
One Price jlffcl 'M uf Spot Cash
-iM.ij..i'Mi'ai.'.jfjiJi.iiv.M'..'ut;;i'iiM- .t.i'U: J
The MOST of the BEST for the LEAST M0MEY
n tat- In. ted S'aics four' in U& In
dian Territory Southern dl-trbt
William Wood plaintiff vs. Nebi-
Wood. defendant. No. 5SU.
The defendant Nellie Wood. U
warned to appear In this court In 3o
days and answer the complaint ot the
plaintiff. William Wood.
Witness Hon. Hosca Towasend
judge ot said court and the seal there
of this mh day of March. ltOI.
tSeal) C M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
Brown & Marsh attorneys tor
S. It. Butler attorney for non-resl
First published March !0. It!.
ARDMORE BUSINESS COLLEGE
G. P. SELVIDGE A. M.. M. Accts. President.
In the United States Court in U" la
dian Territory Southern district.
T. 11 Lambert platntilf v. Ley
Ijimbert defendant. No ot 10.
The defendant. Lucy Lambert. Is
warned to appear in this court hi J"
days add answer the complaint of tb-
plaintiff. T. H. Lambert.
Witness Hon. Hoaea Townnd.
Judse of said court and the sal inert
of this lth day of March. 10!.
(Sil) C. M. CAMPBELU Clrk.
H. A. Ledbetter. auotney toe plain-
U2. S. H Butler attorney Uir on-res'
nrst published March !0 loi.
Opened Monday. March 14 iu their elegant quarters in the Postofne Buildiug.
Courses will be given in
Winter eonsas are apt to result in
consumption it neglected. Tney can
be soon broken hp by lwlos Foley's
Hoaev and Tar. For sale at Boaaer
ffffjft .'f Jf jffieii..trJr..i.ftttWt'r''e1r r
Boohheeping Banking Penmanship Shorthand
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL.
If interested 'phone 1 Hi or write IJ. O. Box 1 and our solicitor W. A.
Bentley. will call on you and give full information.
Do You Vant Strength?
If you want to aUd to your strength
you must add to and not tine from
the physical. In other words the
food you eat must be digested as
similated and appropriated by the
nerres blood and tissues before be-
ins expelled from the Intestines. Ko-
dol Dyspepsia Cure adJs to the phys-
ical. It Rives strength too and builds
up strength in the human system. It
Is pleasant to the taste and palatable
and the only combination of dlge
tants that will direct the food and
enable the system to appropriate all
of its health and strength-girla; TaI-
itles. Sold by a!l drussl"-
An automaton mtDnU'tiinr rc-icnt-!y
made a toy tramp -'.ut it wool In t
The Best Cough Syrup.
S K Apple. ex-Probate Judge. Ot-
tawa -Jounty. Kansas writes: "This
is to say that I bare used Ballard's
Korehotind Syrup for years and that
do not hesitate to recommend It
as the best cough syrup that I ever
used." c. 60c and Jl. Sold by W.
Tackle to the Ssheman's deUaht at
WILLIAMS CORHN t COS.
Many an honest man eats pie with
Cough Settled on Her Lungs.
"My daughter bad a terrible CMgti
which settled on her lungs" says X.
Jackson of Danville. Hi. "We tried
sreat many remedies without re-
lief until we care her Foley's Honey
and Tar which cured her." Itefuie
ubetltaiec Bonner & Bonser.
Ixnuin mosey strengthens the
memory . borrowing It caaM tercet-
1 Wft.-Str-iy 'r
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