The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 260, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 10, 1905 Page: 4 of 10
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-r-enweivr' Ardmere 8undy September 10 190j.
THE DAILY CITE.
I INDIANS AND BULLETS.
'A hniupln f ln .streiifinim 11 fc t
Ki-ii(iivUv in irr".
In 177" nUUc IIiirrodnlHirg Ky.
mns no ln'mti with liutlima Unit the
lulmbltiuits woru in utriilti for iliiily
brcml h young num. only (sixteen
yours old inntte hlmiiclf extrwhely we-
Xul by vciiinrlnB out of tho fort be-
fore tlnybriwk and reluming Willi n
load of gain nftiT nightfall. Tub In-
Ircjild yuiitli was Jiunui Iluy nfter-
.irnril (iciK.'i-iil Jiny.
Ono iluy In tlu year Just inwilioiiod
liny nnd nimtlit'r young innn wtro
shooting nt a mark iicm (lie fort when
tho Kirond mail wns sutldonly shot
flown by tliu Indiana liny looked In
llio direction whence Iho shot had
come hiiw tlie enemy and wmb on the
point of raining Ins rllle when lie was
act uiion by nnotlier band who had
rcpt near him tuivocn.
IIo took to his heeln. nnd being n
nkk runner ronclnil the fort nmld n
Cbowcr of bJlet; but Hie gntcs were
idnit and the men IhhUIu were so
irJKlitcmtl that lliey ilnml not open
mem. ! inning Himself ishnt out. llnv
tbrew himself Hut on the ground In
the rear of a 'slump nnd here perhaps
fccveii slepn from the fort and within
sight of bis mother he lay for four
nourx wiuie the bulled of the Indians
tore up the ground on either tide of
At Inst lie grow impatient
caned out to tuo garrison:
ill. i . . -
t in iieu ven h miko dig a hole nu
Her the cabin wall and lake me In!"
The men Inside tot to work liuine-
uinteiy and the brave young hunter
Tvns speedily nafe Inside the fort
i m iii
A. F. nnd A. M.
Ardmoro IoJkb No. sj a. t.
ft-. A. M. Regular Meeting on
nr t.nfnrn 4n ..lt .
" v. vj tun lull UiUUU 111
etch month at 7-no nvt.ir
A. EDDLEMAJf W M.
a. it. unucE. sec. j
n. a. m.
Arumore chapter n. A.
m. iso. ii. Ilegultr meet
Inx Second Tllflirlar ntM
In each month t 7:80 o'-
ciocii. aiaionlc temple.
Q. II.. DRUCR II p
J. h. QAV..".
COUNCIL n. & S. M.
Ardmoro Council ot
. & S. M. u. a.
staled assembly first
Thursday each month
nt 7:30 p. re. jraisoalc
KT-"-."Pnv. T. I. M.
G. II. r.UUCH Kecorder.
Ardmoro commandery No
C IC T. moeti first Monday
In every month.
A. II. PALMER. E. C.
O. H. BMUCE Ilocorder.
Morphine Opi Cocaine
CURED IN EIGHTEEN DAYS
Ardmoro lod. No
I. O. O. P. ffle9t every'
UBII ;fiu o.eioo.K.
FTIRn ITAWlt? xt n
L n. MASON. Secretary.
fcllc II Vrvv Vuy ! j. MnU(.
WpII ytan MoU.
Imaglnallon in ome projile is ex
coedlngly utrong. One day recently a
local physician wiih talking to a friend
niiout the power of It.
"Will." nad the do'tor "you have
...mm mi- sii-oiikiwi imngmntion I ever
"Wy Imiigluntlou isn't verv strong
rejilled the oilier.
ies It in. Rome day I'll prove It to
you si.id the phynlelnn. . A week
laler the two men Mere walking down
town together when the doctor banded
Ills' friend a cigar.
"ItH mighty Htrougi will" ho Bnid;
"no strong. u fnct that' the name
brand frequently mnken iM kM; int
H'h all I have."
The other inllwl. "It won't m.ile
m Rlik" he said. lie lighted the
elgJir. .lust m they were about to p.irt
tin doet ir na Id:
"Will you're looking pale around the
gllN. What's wrong?"
'Trankly" said (he other "that
cigar h.is made me slightly ill. 1 m-w r
Biuol.ed ts strong a weed."
Il W.iff the doctor's turn to m U .
"Tlml's one of the mildest cigars
made" he said. "I was just'trylng to
Miow you bow strong your Imagination
The doebiv'H friend got 6ver b'.s Ul-
nes at once. "Well" lie'enld "you've
done It." Philadelphia Telegraph.
K. ot P
lr i . .
Knlghti of PythlM meet
i" amit nan.
vUry TOiday evening
FIUNK BEnitYHILL. K. of H. &. S
r. w. a.
Kctu In regu-
night In K. of P.
D. W. BUTCHER Clerk.
K. of P. tall.
F. O. E.
1:30 p. m. in
T. C. BIUDCMAN Sec.
TIiIh TX'iiw In I'l-imce. '
An Amerlean millionaire while drlv
Jng an automobile In Priiuce ran over
nnd killed a dog. Near the 'weue of
Hie accident was a peasant irei!in
nbly owner of the dog. To hlui the
inlllloualie gave a bank note lint
tho tieasaut wan not the owner of tin-
dog and be was honest but before he
eould make up bis mind to return the
money the automobile aud It lnr
were beyond recall. None the lri- tl.
pcas..nt would not keep the bill and
when the automoltllist rode patt '.1 ..!
place nuie mouths laler be discover"
the d g"s skeleton at the sld of Ibe
ro: d v ith the 'bank nqte nttachel to it
nnd A iienelled lino valllug attenllxjii
to the iiiMuko. . .
Canton Ardmoro No. 4 Patriarch!
WillUnt f. O. O. K has regular meet
leg on first and third Monday clghti
Id e&ch month.
W.M. DEVENEY. Com.
D. T. NISBETT Clork.
. 10 I. O. O. Y. tnfsts ever)
Friday night t Odd Fel-
lows hall at 7:30 o'clock
W. W. TALIAFERRO.
D. T. NISBETT Scribe.
Ilotv Slll 'Iri'nlc.l I(Ii-iiiiiiiIiii.
Every colored man of tbe ivUl td.iv
cry days understood the treatment of
rlieumatim often better than the must
skilled medical graduate. The colored
peojilo are pecullnrly subject to rticu-
inntism and learned to treat It 'then-
flclvei Willi great success. The fy stein
that thiy employed was that of me-
t'hauual manlpiilittion and " consisted
of rubbing pommeling and procure
either with the hand or by menus of u
compress if one method did nut an
Hwir they trlinl nnotlier aud in .n
if the three were almost certain ts
nec'ire r lief and by peralsteut ie a
perm tin ut cure.
Aromoro Qninp No.
QyyoVWjr) World meets every
fsS? Frldny night in the
month except Iho tlhrd In tho K. ol
ED SANDL1N. C C.
JEFF JONES. Clork.
Meets first Monday afternoon at 3
o'clock and third Firdny night nt 8
o'clock In onch month.
MRS. A. E. CURTIS. C.unrd
MRS. T. II. STURGEON Clerk.
The Huk mill (hi- ( hli l.-.
An viix weighs alnait two ouiit'ts. of
Vhleh lifty grains compose the t-litil
Tho da. U from the egg will v .gii
from an ounce to an ounce and a liaif
iWhen mx months old tho clear meat
Js one-lhlrd more than the houe.
cases nre Uuown where the weght
of tho chick has been nearly as gie.it
as that of the egg less tho shell w hen
the egg was put under the hen A
chick hhuiild gain three ounces n v. eel.
ifter the sixth week if well fed.
.Mui-U Tivnlii' IK-lliillloii
It is told of Mark Twain that dur i.g
n conversation with a vouiik lady tf
Ills nciiualutance he bad occasion to
mention the word dry dock.
"What Is a dry dock Mr. Clemens?"
"A thirsty physician" replied the lui
znorlst-- Boston Herald.
Import nut . 1'iilnt i'or .Ihiin'.
Johnny -Don't they u'-e bnrU to ton
Iildcs Willi. PH.? leather Yes my son.
JJut If you "ask any more question
this evening' you'll find- tht n slipper
floes Just us well.
in tin- r.mi.
IIo Is c. lied he n k-.t.ik. i : .jt he
ovcrtnKp m uli. I h.i..dclph.t Buue
l.odgo No. 20. I. O
O. V. meets ovory
Thursday night In I
O. O F. Hall. LIUlo
lanvnstoln N. 0
I R. Mason Sec.
A. O. U. W.
4J$jJ Ardmore IjoJkc No. U
"Sv'itf1 meets rocular pvnry first
'Wtlisp'' n8htB at IC- ot v- b&n
&' -yv. R. ROBERTS M. W
A. LOWENSTEIN Rocoriler.
Bollo of tie PrnlrK
hlvo No. 1 Ladles ol
tho Maccabees moots on
tho first Wednesday af
tcrnoon In each mouth
In tho Odd Follows hall
MRS. SUSAN MASON.
MRS. K. W. OOFF
Koopr of Records.
I. O. R. M.
Washita tribo No. SS
Improved Oriler ot Red
men meets In Odd Fol
lows' hall every Wednen
day night at 7-30 o'clock
J F. SON.
NISBETT C. of R.
Ardmore Typographical Union .No. 49
Meots first Tuosday owning of
each month nt C M o'clock
J W OOM.EIK5F. Pre
ALLISON COLEMAN So ') awa
My treatment is perfectly- loss and has no bad
effects whatever. Our Sanitate stristly private and
persons coming here for treaty ir3 ully protected
from outside visitors. My dy f it withdrawal
treatmont but thoroughly oittos all uarcotic and
alcoholic poison from tho systihercby destroying all
desire nocossity or craving foigs or liquor.
For lull particulars ads in confidence
S. HILL jr.
Ardmore I. T.
ill Arfl the.
To the Lewis S C1K Exposition
You have no doubt thought (going to Portland this
summer Why not go now?
You can tnaiio the round trip'or less than the one-
way fare have all possible p-ileges not to mention
the opportunity of seeing the rand Canyon of Arizona
GO SANTA FE and return 1 auy direct route; but
there's no room here to expire. Ask any Santa Pe
Agent or address
; W. s.
KEENAN. G. P. A.
WHERE SUMMER DAYS "HOTTEST
Free Reclining Chair
Cars Parlor Cafe Car
Through Palace Sle ep
To the Grand LaKes and Mountain Resorts
NORTH AND EAST-OLD STATES
Quick Timt All Now "Wide- Vestibuled Equipment and
Excellent Train Service Makes Your Trip Delightful
And Pleasant all the Way
SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY
For full Information rocarillni: rntei icbodulon. etc.
HKB COTTON BELT AGENT. Oil WHITE YOL'HS TO COMMAND.
I). M. HorRan T.P.A.
t-'t. Worth Texas
J. V. Flanagan O.P.OT.A. Ous Hoover T.P A
Tyler Texas Waco Texas
THEY ARE BUSINESS BR1NGERS
THEY BRING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
The Ardmoreite lor the News
This picture shows the Hot Blast ring m
the great BucK's Hot Blast Heater that you
are hearing so much about these days.
It shows how the cold air is drawn from
the floor into the stove. This means that
there is constrant circulation in your room
a most important feature from a healtn-
eivinc standpoint. : : :
There is no "dead air" in your home.
We will demonstrate the workings of this
wonderful heater in front of our store on
SEPTEMBER 15 and 16
After the demonstration we will give the
heater valued at. $25.00 away. Get a ticket
at our store.
DRS HARDY & McNEES Proprictori
Large clean airy well-lighted rooms. Equipped with
every modern convenience. Surgical Diseases and
Diseases of Women are given special attention.
Trained nurses in attendance. Charges reasonable
r The Territory's '
Our offerings this spring include the
finest stock of
Buggies H&cKs Phaetons and Surreys
we have ever carried! Step into our btiggy houSe
on North Washington street make your selection
you'll find that v;e will give Jyou tue most liberal
price and the lowest terms.
For the farmer we have the newest thing in
Cultivators Turning Plows
Cotton and Corn Planters
We want to sell you your hardware for 1905
Prints All the NEWS All the Time
I Cures Cfiofem-Infanl ufff.
the Bowel Troubles of
Aldi Digestion Ktgulsttt
the Bowels. Strenelhena
Costs Only S cesrts al fea&a tirno e'asv!3
Or Dill 25 cents to O. J. MOFFETT M. n ST. LOUIS MO.)
Mother! Hcsttatc no lortgar but savo tho health and llfo ot
your child as thousands havo done by giving thoso powders.
TE'ETHIHA Is easily given and Quickly counteracts and over-
comes the effects of the summer's heat upon tcothlns children
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