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THE OAK-Y ARPMOnEITE.
Ardmore, Fridry, February 16, 1906.
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Under this caption nppoarod In tlio
Ardmorclto Sunday morning nn artl
clo quoted as a ' Plain Common Scnso
Viow" by William' K. Kcttcnbach of
luulio. It was fitated that this gontlo
man had somo Intercfltlng nnd ordi
nal Ideas nbout (against) prohibition.
Tho undersigned was anxious to know
If thoro were any real arguments
against Uio prohibition of the sale and
nso of drinks thai unucrmino ncaiui,
shatter tho nervous systom, lowor tho
Ivahie of human life, endangor tho
safety of nil, snatch tho mother's son
'from her bosom, maKo nis nrc n ian-
uro aim uiuan. muii ..v...., ... ia
fact that after making a temporary '
hell on earth, sond multitudes to cter-
nal perdition boyond.
Could nn Idoa that favored such
drinks bo "Interesting?" Would It bo
"Interesting" to legalize such self and
N'o. Mr Kcttcnbach, If you would
bo "Interesting" to tho patriotic clt-
Izonshln of this greatest nation on
earth America, tho "land of tho free
nnd homo of tho brave," you must
not opposo tho prohibition of this
curBC, oven or beer wun iw inreu pur it
cent (7) of alcohol; you must first
Intorost yourself In tho prosorvatlon
t our boys oven thoso of tho rod
man; you must not pronounco tho fee
ble efforts of thoso who opposo tho sa
loon and "threo-por-cent-bcer-" "theo
ries of Bcntlmoilal neonlo." Other
wise your Ideas will bo disgusting,
Now ns to tho "original" Idea. H
was supposed that tho Idaho gentle
man was going to give us something
original, tho longlooked for-real-argu-
ment agalnBt prohibition, nut upon
reading tho article CTio "antl" must
hnvo been disappointed. Almost ev
ery lino Is "hacknled" as old as tho
saloon and brewery. You nro sur
prised at onco at his "original" stato-
mont that prohibition reaults In a
flood of bootleg nrtlBts nnd blind tl-
gors." Ho might have added "Oeorgo
Washington Ib tho fnthcr of his coun
try" Thnt would havo been ns orig
That argument Is used to got tho
saloon but after tho saloon Is estab
lished tho bootloggor nnd moonBhlnor
still floods tho country nnd you then
hnvo two calamities Instead of ono.
That argument hns been wolghed In
tho bnlanco and found wanting In
Mnlno nnd Kansas and most of Ton-
nesaoe, Mississippi and Texas. For
somo reason whoro thoro Is no sa-l
loon thoro Ib Icbb crlmo, fower hoart-
aches, nnd greater prosperity among
Ho says, "Tho United States has
boon unnblo to prevent tho salo of I
Illicit liquor for years." "Tho courta
nro full of whiskey cases." No tho
J courts nro pnrtly filled with murder
casos, Tho United States has beon
( unnblo to prevent Illicit murders. Wo
arc, however, unwilling to logallzo
murders oven In prohibition territory.
Wo will provont legal murder and
tho legal Balo of liquor, though wo
may not ontlroly provont tho Illicit
V rtmtrnnHnn of hiimnn life bv cither
Anollior "original" Idea of tho Ida
ho man Is, "Let boor bo sold," Instoad
of what ho calls "cheap whisky mixed
with nennor." Of coursethls originated
with tho St. I-ouls browers who nskod
this compromise What would bo tho
effoct of tho "boor saloon?" There
would bo as much chenn whisky sold.
and bad. Wo dn-c not glvo an Inch
or tho dovll will tnko a mllo and thu
Wo aro Btlll without an nrgumcnl
fnr tlui snloon. Tim saloon must CO
must stay away.
II. U WALKER.
' Lams Back.
This ailment Is usually caused by
i rhnumntlsni of tho muscles and may
h rum.1 l.v annlvlnir Chamborlaln'B
Tain Halm two or thrco times a day
and rubbing tho parts vigorously nt
each application. If this docs not af
ford rcllof, bind n plcco of flannol
slightly dnmpenod with Pain Balm,
and quick relief Is nlmost suro to fol
low. For salo by F. J. Itamsoy, W. B.
Framo, Ardmoro Drug Co., Bonner &
It is awful hard for a woman to tin
i tiorsinnn mat ir sue sows inrw wluhs
A rvt 1ift f-1r.4lma q)io Iq Tint mltrll IpR'l
... ..U.ftJ V.W...M ... ..Wta .u...
' vain nbout them than tho ono who
buys them in tho shops.
A Habit to Be Encourarjed.
Tho mother who has acquired tho
habit of hooping on hand a bottlo of
Chambeilaln'B Cough Remedy, saves
herself a great amount of uneasiness
and nnxlpty. Coughs, colds nnd croup,
to which children aro suocoptlblo, nro
quickly cured by Its use. It counter
acts ifciy tendency of n cold to rosult
la pneumonia, and If glvon as soon
as tho first symptoms of croup appoar.
It will provont tl " at-rk, This remedy
containB nothing Injurious nnd moth
ers fMvo It to IltU'o ones with a r'l
Ing of perfect security. l or snio uy v.
J. Bnmsoy, W. B. L'nmo. Ardn or-
Drug Co., Bonner .t Banner,
Hyomel a Scientific Treatment for
Catarrh by .Breathing Med
Breathed through the pocket In-
hater that comes with every outnt,
Hyomel destroya all cntnrrhnl gcrmH
n ajj-.pssagcB of the throat and
nQa Bootho8 nnj heals tho Irritated
' . mcmbrano and effectually
(lrlvc8 from tn0 system all traces of
M should confound Hyomol
wth h(j palent medicines that arc
aJvorliS(Jll as catarrh cures. It Is as
suwsrIor to u,om as the tho diamond
moro vaiuaU0 than cnonp glass,
rnmI,icn Hyomel outfit, con
)Bl, ot ft ncat pocUot Inhaler, a
medicine dropper nnd a bottlo of Hyo-
mo C0BlB i,ut 1, oxtrn bolt,8
cnn obtainod for DO cents, making
t tj10 most economical method of cur
jng catnrrh, ns well as tho most relln
The City Drug Sloro has sold a groat
many Hyomel outflU and have seen
such romarltablo results from Its uso
that thoy can sell It under nn absolute
guarantee that It costs nothing unless
LIVE QUAIL SEIZED.
Were elnn Shipped From Indian Terri
tory to Wichita.
Chleknsha. I. T Kcb. 1G. Deputy
United States Marshals Madsen nnd
Ilurko mndc a big haul. of quail hore
last night. Thoy received word that
a big bunch of live birds had been
stnrtcd from Rush Springs and they
wont down to tho stntlon when tho
northbound passenger pulled In and
took tho wholo bunch, nbout 700 In
number, from tho express car.
Most of them wcro turned looso to
day. Tho birds' woro consigned io
Charles Payno nt Wichita and were
shipped by Henry Ireton. Tho shipper
claims that thoy woro for breeding
purposes. TIiIb Ib the second catch
tho officers havo inado horo this year,
tho other tlmo being nbout throo
weeks ago, when the samo officers
mnliireri nbout GOO In transit. The
enso In court.
Wo havo something Interesting to
offer you In tho purchaso of a gun.
DIVENS. COIUIN & FUENSMC"
Cardinal Gottl Dying
Advices from Homo say that Car
tltnn.t Jerome Marin Cottl Is thought
to bo dying.
cardinal Gottl Is ono of tho fore-
m08t nVen ot tho Itoman Catholic
church. His namo was ono of thoso
voted on by tho collogo of cardinals
wnon selecting n siirrnnr to Pope
Cardlanl Gottl Is 711 years old. As
nrefect of tho concrciration of prop
ngandn, as tho organization having
chargo of tho churchefl foreign mis
ion9 H called, Cardlanl Gottl oxer-
clscd authority over nil tho bishops
0r Asia, Africa, Australia, tho British
possessions, South America and somo
sections of North America
Program of the Chickasaw Teacher
Association at Ardnurc
Tho following program has been nr
ranged Kr tK rcA-on of tho Chick
asaw Teachers' Association to uo new
at this plnco on Friday nnd Saturday,
February 23 nnd 24.
I Address of wclcomo, Rov. 0.
lteaponse H. A. Stanley, Mndlll.
Expression M. E. Mooro, Marlott:
Soclnl Phase of High School Work
Primary Grades Mrs
Somo Tilings to bo Achlovcd In tho
New Stato Geo. Heck, Tishomingo.
Mission nnd Work ot the Teacher
SupL Pierce, Tishomingo.
Hngllsh Jno. H.
Good Bending, Aro Wo Getting It?
Mrs. Caldwell, Marietta.
Coriwral Punlshmont K. F. Com
ngys, Gnlnesvlllo Texas.
Reception nt Klks hall.
Whnt Is Good Discipline Miss Ber
Una Bennett, Roff.
Bread and Butttcr vs. Pios and Pas
try Supt, Wilson, Dwvls.
All teachers under government su
pervision arc allowed tlmo for at
tending. Reduced rates on railroads whore
properly looked after.
Ardmoro welcomes all teachors who
attend this meeting to froo entertain
ment; howevor, reduced rates nt ho
tels hnvo boon secured for thoso who
prefer hotel accommodations.
All thoso on program will ploaso re
spond with speeches to. tho point and
unt too long.
R P. I)OWN)NG. President,
Roff, I. T.
ConsoUillsilpn of nchools Is the only
slvVatlon of rural communities.
Tho Ardtnorolt for nil the nowr
The turnpike road
to peoples hearts,
Lies through their
months, or 1 mis
It is placed
perfect of bakery products.
As n example try i package of GRAHAM CRACKERS. You will IiuUnUy recvjnb
their aupenonty OTei any ordinary Graham crackers you erer taated. They contain all the rood
of th beat Graham flour enhanced by perfect baking.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
AN IMPRESSION OK MOSCOW.
Wlmt Sir Cilttanl Arnulil TIkibkIiI of
llir Itimalnu ( 1 1 '.
Nolimly cnn t'ver forget the linprcs
Ion made by tin llrst Might of that
unique, gi'oti'xqui', .vavtigcly liuaullful
nml splendidly barbarous heart and
greiilnoss and glory of Movnw. As
you suddenly I urn 11m i-onier Into the
'Red square you Itiitl ymir.-elf not In
any Kuruiicun city, but rat nor Hi hii-
markaiid. Bokhara. .Mcr.v or tlmt fau
Instle i-iipltiil which Kulilal Khan up
roared In Xanadu.
You ealer tliroiigli (lie (into of tho
Redeemer. : red tower with grass
green spire nml piiiuucle, and on Its
face liaug-i the .icred picture called
The Saviour of Suiolontk." before
which every p-Mierby mmIiiIcs, for the
Tartar-" broke llielr feiililig liuiders try
ing to tear it il'UMi. ami the IVcik-Ii
hurnl their c-iii:dii In trying to lintter
It to pleccH.
Witlilu tiie walls licyoml slands tli:
tall tower of I vim tho Croat, with the
bold Slavonic liiicilptlun round tin:
base of its cupola telling how It was
built. In Its upper gallery hangs a
bell of sixty-live tons tlmt Is n mere in
fant compared with Czar IColokol, the
kin? of nil Iwlls, which stands cracked
and gnplng at Its foot. Behind It Is the
Cathedral of thu Assumption, la which
the czar was crowned, nnd near nt
hand are the cathedrals of the Arch
angel .Mk-hael and of the Annunciation,
the shrines where nearly all the czars
of old have boon christened or crowned
Beyond the majesty of their marble
nnd gold, the gorgeous emblazonry of
their mosaics, you reach the vast rose
tinted modern palace of the Kremlin
Itself, containing the famous hulls of
St. George and of St. Vladimir among
Its TOO sumptuous galleries and cham
bers ami its staircase that only Impe
rial feet have ever trod.
Throughout the oriental features of
domes and cupolas are curiously blend
od with Byzantine frescoes nnd mo-
pales, with an effoct of entrancing and
bewildering color. A very forest of
marvelous form and hue lllls the open
air. The golden domes gleam like bo
tunny suns. The cupolas Hash with
cea green or sapphire with saffron,
purple and vermilion.
The beauteous roofs of palace, church
and gateway make stars of splendid
glory against tho sky, nud pinnacles
hung with golden chnlns and topped
with glittering crosses, crescents, shin
ing saints, gleaming golden eagles, load
tho sceno with barbaric splendor and
utmost weary the eye with supersti
tious magnificence, for this, as Mine.
de Stael has said this Is "the Tartar
Russlnus very rightly regard tho
Kremlin as their holy of holies, nml
what Moscow Is to Russia that to Mos
cow Is the Kremlin, not ot nn ngo bo
gront as many shrines of history, con
tabling nothing, perhaps, of tho very
highest antiquity, but richer In nssocla
lions nnd In the diversity ot Its relic-
than any other place of equal size, for
It Is horo, as their poet Medlek wrote,
(hat "the groat Russian eagle raWed
Its aerie and spread Its Immense pro
tecting wings over nn enormous em
pire." "Works of Sir Kdwin Arnold."
Gout Is something a man earns and
curses his ancestors for.
Bin- KniMr II I in.
An architect remarked to a lady that
ho bad been to hoc tho great nave In tho
new church. The lady replied: "Don
mention names. I know the man U
whom you refer." Sacred Heart It
Do Garry Why Is It that when a f"'
low Is alone with a girl ho loves they
seldom piny cards? Merrltt Becau
If they did sliu would .have to hold he
"Some men don' worry," sMd Undo
JSVon, " Vnuso . (ley's g't tm much
B.enso. nml others don' worry 'cause
dey liln got sense enough." Washing
' More monoy Is wnsted irylug to In
vent things to save It ':an In nuy
And the turnnike milde oost is the
trade mark of the National Biscuit
Company. It points the wav to the food
quality biscuit and crackers so Derfectlv
and properly protected; so cleanly
and freshly kept, that thev never fail to
in men uiiiuji iu me appcuic ana neart.
trade mark alwavs anoears in red and white.
on each end of a dust and moisture nroof
keeps the contents in their original
National Biscuit Company products are thus distinguished and
warranted you are thus protected and tmided. in huvinr the most
initial Vlcx'd Wonderful Memory.
Blind Alet who lived In Stirling.
Scotland, from 1S.'I0 to about 1!0, had
the most wonderful memory of which
any account lias ever been recorded.
He was familiarly known ns "The Com
plete Concordance" on account of the
fact thai he knew the entire Old and
i Sew Tctaments "by heart." lie was
tested it half do2on or more different
times before Hie Scottish Society of Ad-
iinced Learning and always succeeded
ii coin hieing the professors that he
was all that Icid been claimed for hltn.
f nnv sentence In the entire Bible was
repeated to hlin he would Instantly
name chapter and verse, or If t'.- ' 'ik.
chapter and verse were named he i .uld
glvo Hie exact words of the quotation.
A nervous freshman was dining with
Thomas Herbert Warren, president of
Magdalen college, Oxford. By way of
starting conversation the latter glanced
out of the window nnd remarked, "We
have a little .sun today." But he wn.
astonished to receive the freshman's
congratulations, coupled with the hope
that Mrs. Warren was doing well.
Another Oxford story: During his un
dergraduate days ii man who is now a
learned professor was discovered sit
ting In the "quad" clothed only In nn
umbrella unfurled above his head. In
rcuponso to anxious Inquiries as to
whnt he was doing h replied: "Hush,
hush' Don't you see I'm a bnlly mush
room and I'm growing?"
New Orleans, Mobile
One Fare plus $2.00 for Round Trip
TicKets, Feb. 21 to 25 inclusive
Geo. II. Lek, Gen. Pass. Agt Little Reck, Ark.
J. S. McNally, Div. Pass. Agt Oklahoma City
LOW RATES VIA
One way Second Class Colonist Rates to
On Sale February 15th to April 7th
To I1ILLINUS. Mont.,
To MVIM1STON, LOOAN
and UARDNKR, Mont.
nnd WIIITI1 nSH.Mout.
To HI'OICXM! Wnttli
and IntornicillutcH ,
Ertremelf Low Rates to Nearly All Points Id Northwest. For Eurllur InttiioatlOD
Call ea Your Local jgent, or Wills
J. W. MAKING, Trav. Pass. Agent, Sherman, Txas
Tfee Ardmorelte ..ILff
A correspondent of tho Chicago Record-Herald
contributes a few odd epi
taphs from cemeteries In various pnrta
of this country. The following is
found on a tombstone In a cemetery at
Trenton, N. J. Although tho fact Is
not stated In the Inscription, It would
appear tlmt the subject was a scalo
niaker or had something to do with
His ways wcro way of pleasantness
In nil life's lltfnl dream;
He struck a balanco with tho world.
And then lie kicked tlio beam.
In the cemetery nt Copp's Hill, Mass.,
Is fouud the following epitaph:
Saerpil to tlio Memory of
Ilclovi-1 wife of It'd Onrlick.
She slipped her wind
Aflcr dolnif a week's baking.
To bo engaged and then not get
married makes a girl kind of shop
worn for the next time.
Tlie Onlr Safe Place.
"Can you lay this carpet bo the chil
dren won't wear It out?
"Where shall I put It. madam on tho
roof?" -Harper's Bazar.
Oats were not known to the Hebrewt-
or the Egyptians.
No high school work Is first class
with children unprepared for It.
To IIINSDALH. Mont.,
via St. Paul
To OOJiRN and SALT
To HIUHNA, IIUTTR,
For All the Newa
DISTRICT COURT TERMS.
Marietta, Tlshomlnjo and Ardmore
Judgo Towascnd has mado tho fal
lowing order or court with roference
to too tonns of dlsti. 'rt to bo bold
at Marietta, Tishomingo, .d Ardmore:
In complianco with tho provisions
of an act of congress entitled "An act
providing tor additional United SUtos
Judges Q tho Indian territory" and
for other purpose, approved April 28,
1001, It Is ordered:
Will Hve Three Terms Each.
That thoro shall bo three terms of
court each year at tho following places
In tho said Southern district: Mari
etta, Tishomingo and Ardmoro, aa pro
vided by law, lamo beginning as fol
Marietta Bglnnlnf January z&.
TlBhomlngo Boglnning Fttbrurary
Ar?aoro Beginning March 28, 190.
Done in chambers at Ardmoro. In
dian Territory, this 21th day of April,
HOSEA TOWNSBND, Judgu.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In tho District Court of tho United
States for the Southern District, af
In tho mnttcr of Arnett & Koeton.
bankrupt. In Bankruptcy.
To tho creditors of Arnett & Kecton
In tho Southern district of tho Indian
Territory, at Ardmoro, a bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby glren tlmt on tho
31st day of Jan. 1000, and Fob. 10th
I906, tho Bald O. A. Keoton, Robt.
Kecton, Joo Arnett and R B.
Arnett, wero duly adludttod
bankrupt, and that tho first meeting
of his creditors will bo held at my
ofllco at tho Court houso In tho city
of Ardmore, On tho 21th day of Foby,
1300, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon,
at which tlmo tho said creditors may
attend, provo tholr claims, appoint a
trustee, examine tho bankrupt and
transact such other business as may
conio before said mooting.
JOHN HINKLE, Ardmore. I. T.
Uoferoo In Bakruptcy.
First published, Fob. 12, 1900.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In tho District Court of tlio United
States for the Southern District, at
In tho matter of 1,. E. Franklin,
bankrupt, In Bankruptcy.
To tho creditors of L. E. Franklin
In tho Southern District in tlio Indian
Territory, at Ardmoro, a bankrupt:
Notlco la herohy given that on tho
12th dny of Foby, 1906, tho said L.
E. Franklin, was duly ndjudgod
bankrupt, and that tho first medtlng
of their creditors will bo held nt my
ofllco nt tho Court houso In tho city
of Ardmore, on the 24th dny of Feby,
190G, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon,
at which tlmo the said creditors may
attend, proro their olalms, appoint a
trustee, examlno tho bankrupt and
transact such other business as may
como bofore said meeting.
JOHN HINKLE, Ardmoro, I. T.
Boferoe In Bakruptcy.
First published, Fob. 12, 1905.
Meets first Monday aftornoon at 3
o'clock and third Finlay night at 8
o'clock In oach month.
MItS. A. B. CUBTIS. Guard,
MBS. T. II. STURGEON, Clork.
In tho TJnltod States court In tho
Indian Territory, Southern district:
Lois Hicks, plaintiff vs.. Elmor E.
HIclts, defendant, No. C514.
Tho dofondant Elmer E. Hicks, la
wnrnod to nppoar In this court In
thirty days and answor tho complaint
of tho plaintiff, Lois Hicks.
"Witness tho Hon. TTosea Townsond,
Judgo of said court, and tho seal thero
of, this 1st day of Feby., 190C.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
By W. 8. CROCKETT, Doputy Clorlc.
G. F. Putty, attornoy.
Attorney for non-realdent, II. M.
First published Fob. 2, 1900.
Wo always hare a lino or good bug
gies In stock and soil at low prices
and liberal terms.
BIVENS, CORHN & FR ENS LEY.
Dally Ardmorelte 50 cts. per month!.
Chicllasaw Telephone Co.
Long distance coupons will ho
sold on tho following basis in
10 por cent discount will bo
given on 25.00.
15 per cent discount wjll bo
given on $50.00.
20 per cent discount will bo
givcrfi on 5100.00.
Coupons to ho bought- nnd
paid for in advance ov bo faro
opening an aocouut.
Win- If. IJcrry, Gen. Mgr.