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Ardmore, Friday, February ia, jjj1
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
THE NAME "JOHN BULL."
It Win lltn Intctilfiiti f tli Snllrlen!
.John Hull. '!i :' " I --rmn-:i
hilMii4l t i'-;n-.-iil t!-- KnuH-h i
yi; a Ihe Inn-ill. .hi nf Ir Ailiiltllli'it
tn inn- if III.- niil.ni-.-il !' 1Ihm rklli-ul-
iiiK tli" crciit Hul f .Mirllionmirh. In
tlu opinl-Mi f fir Johnson. Arlmihuot
was -ibc flrt mnit nnimig eminent writ
er in iuiHu Auui-'s time." Hp ilrvw
Joint Hull nn Hie trplml ICtielinlunnn
n Mont, ml fnM hl ftimwr. tar too
corpulent for t-oinfort. rlioliirlt-. but
withal nu lionint uml well inctiiiiiii; fol
low. He cloiluil IiIim In leather hreii lies
ntul lop Ixmts. ptii a Ktuiit oaken cudgel
In lil hntul uml it IhiII1 t hl hi-W-i
nml wt him tip fw nil tiiiif to sent nt
the rt-prcsi-nintltri KticliHljuinn.
lit- iiiiiy lnur I'fcii nut Imtl a curl-i-ntur"
In lite iluyn if (Jiimmi Anne. Imt
totiiy rertnltily Hhtc Is iiim-lt forte In
nn knclNIi rrlllc'H irinntk that "he
completely hldin the KiiRllshmnn of
real lift'." Tlic itrcrnct- Knglhhiiinn of
lotlpy I pliyMrally no stonier i-rrtnlnlr
tlinn prolmlily not no Mutit an-the uv
ontKe Anii'rlnin. ami the stout ciulRel
nml ttio btillttoi: are no Innicer npt sym
bols of tin iimmIitii ItrltlHliiTV illpol
lion Hi' 1ms lot the o.tccvIvo punn I
ty of hl forofntlicrM ntul Is, nhovo nil.
nnxlous lo keep tin m-.--'-o with Ills t'n
rp S:imtiii --I.omlon Stmnliird.
Tbr Wnjr .Nnfurc I'nrnia Thrnr l)rpi
II of I'rrrlou Mctnl.
Tht proi-p-ts by which nnltire forms
her silver tnim-n Is very liiteioMlnp; It
intM be ri'tin-iiilionsl tlmt tin; riirlh's
-rtist Is full of vnt it. which percolate
everywhere HiroiiKh the rocks, milking
Miluiloiis of elements obtalnt-il from
tlicin. These solutions lake tip snuill
particles of precious int lal which they
Uml liTe nml Ihcrc.
Sometime the solution In iiiiMluu
are hot. the water liiivluc koI so far
down ns to be set liolllin? by the Inter
ml heat of (be globe. Then they rush
upward, picking up (lie bits of inelnl as
they kh. N'Hturiilly bent mhsIhIs iln
lirrformnuce of this operation.
Now unit then the Mreiini thus form
nl. perpetually Ho wing hither a ml
thither below the groend. pass through
i-raeks or cavities In (lie locks, wbeie
they' deposit their lodes of silver This
Is kept up for a greut length of time
perhaps thousands of years ttutil the
pocket It filled tip.
('runules permeating the stony muss
In every direction mny become filled
with tlm pn'clous melal or occasionally
a chamber may be stored full of It ns
If l.noo.OrtO lutnil were fetching the
treasures from all sides mid biding
iiwuy a mine for some lucky prospector
to discover In another age.
IIim llir I. Illli- Vulhuv SiiuU Arr
l'-iirni-,l mi Ihr l.rnf.
"LHtle yellow npocks on the wrapper
are positive Indications or a cigar's ex
cellence. Choose a speckled cigar, and
you can't go wrong."
The speaker wiih a skate salesman.
The tobacco salesman laughed ut him.
"Are you a victim of that error, too?"
he said. "Listen nml I'll tell ou all
about those little yellow i.peekn.
"We ar In Cuba, In mile long rows
grow the tobaeco'plants In a blinding
sunlight. Suddenly the sky is overcast,
n shadow falls. Then the clouds disap
pear ami the sun xhluc.s again ,upon
plants, dotted here and there with Im
incuse raindrops -rnlndiops peculiar to
Cuba, as large as the largest pearls.
'These dmpr become burning glasses
In the sunlight. The sumo as real
lenses they concentrate the sun's heat,
uml on the leaf beneath them the little
specks thai you venerate are burned.
These Utile yellow specks Indicate tin
tobacco's uality no more than freckles
nn a man's face indicate his ability
"To chimee cigars by their specks Is
as foolish us It would be to chorwf
salesmen by their freckles." Chicago
'Il...rl w-ll of II In
Ah an example of Hie ability of the
Juvenile scholar to evolve an unexpect
ed meaning from his tet, u com1
Fpnudcut relates that the following
iiiestloii was put to a history class
"What misfortune then happened to
ltlshop OdoV" The reply came nullr
readily, "He went blind. An ex plana
Hon was demanded, and the genius
brought lip the le. book. "'I'lieie, sir.'
triumphantly, "the book says ho." The
sentence Indicated by an ink slniucd
digit read, "Odo was deprived of his
boe."- London Spectator.
Wlirre lli- i:i-lli-uiflil Win.
"1 don't suppoc it's unnatural for
inc. to be excited now that the hour
for my marriage to the count up
proaches." said the bride. "1 guess Tin
the most excited person In town at this
minute." "Oh, 1 don't know." replied
Mrs. Nurllch, her mother. "Think how
excited they must be over It In the
newspaper olllces." Catholic Standard
Young man I have called, sir. to re
ipiest the hand of your daughter In
marriage. Old (Irutnlelgh lias she m
copied you? Voting Man Yes, air.
Old Orutiilulgh-Then what do you
want to come round and bother uie
with your troubles for?
Order Is tho sanity of Ihe mind, the
health of the body, the peace of the
city, tho security of tho Male. As the
beams to a house, as the bones to the
microcosm ,of man, to Is order to all
Iiioull uml Itcpnrlrr.
The OlffefeiiCM belwcon repartee nnd
Insult depends on whether you or tho
other muii luukestbo remark. Lif,
IS UNFIT TO EAT.
Poultry Weighing 5,000,000 Pounds In
Chicago, Fob. 15. Flvo million
IHHinds of poultry In cold storage- In
Chicago Is unfit to eat, according to
the Judgment of the sUto board of
health and the Illinois Pure Food com
mission. Tlie two state departments
within a few days will Issue a Joint
communication to Mayor Dunne and
the city council urging tho passage
of an ordinance forbidding the sale of
any slaughtered poultry, fish, game
or any animal used for food purposes
refrigerated or otherwise," which has
not been properly drawn and prepared
by removing entrails at the time of
The ordinance recommended pro
vides a penalty of a fine not exceed
ing MOO or by imprisonment not to
exceed 30 days, or both.
VTHy Ilr Wmm Hnil.urrimsert.
An attnu-ttve and nltogeiher "bonay"
young buslines wumnu came to I'hll-
delpbln with a large stock of proprie
ty and a small amount of practical
knowledge of the world to carve out
her fortune after passing bcr girlhood
days in 1-Mluhtirgh and London. Al
though without any undue amount of
self consciousness or egotism, she Is
sometimes annoyed by the vn-y evi
dent admiration Mic attracts In public
daces. The other day while dining In
restaurant clio fancied that the man
i(ipuHe was preparing to speak to her,
s he giniiccsl hrr way and M-enied to
be making up hl iiiind to open a con
pi-nitiou. The young woman assumed
n most frigid air and looked as unap
proachable an the arctic pole. The man
as he left the table made one more half
hearted attempt to apeak, blushed red
o his -at, then iiurricu uway. wuvn
the young woman rlnNhcd her lunch-
eou and vailed for her check the wait
ress amazed her by exclaiming: "Why,
thought you were with that gentle
man, I put your check and his togeth
er. Tim bill hint manfully been set-
tied. Philadelphia Itecord.
Tlir Art of CriiMtt K&ttiuliiulltin.
A Devotishlie architect was a witness
In a county court dispute as to "ancient
lights." The gentleman In ipiostlon do-
pocd that the light alleged to have
been diminished was really as good as
ever, and In proof of his assertion he
said he went to the locus In pjo with u
very small print book and could read It
Up rose coiiu-fel In crixs examination,
and the following dialogue ensued:
"Have you It?" Witness Yes.
"What Is it? Ihe New Testament."
"What part of It did you read?" Wit
ness "Woe unto you aNo, ye lawyer."
(St. Luke si. 10.)
Amid laughter the cross examination
ame to a speedy cloe. Shellleld Inde
A (innlru I it n Tut,.
Water lilies In tubs are better than
nothing at all. A kerosene barrel saw
ed In half will fttniWh two tubs, each
big enough for one plant. The tuba
should be well waslu-d out and soaked
for some time In water In order to re
move as much as possible of the oil
and the glue which Is put on to render
the vessel tight. Three or four days to
a week will sulllee for this.
It will be better, though not p-iscnlliil,
to have the tub sunk about half Its
depth In the earth so as to keep the
roots cool. Though the leaves and
dowers love suiHilne, the black oor.e
In which the roots naturally live Is a!
ways, cool Clardcn Magazine.
One Way Colonist TicKets
February 15 to April 7th
l'or your accommoda
tion Latest Typo Pull
man Tourist SlcopitiK
Gars will bo run
through, no cliango :
Tho Slcopor will loavo
Galveston, Texas, ev
ery Tuesday, on train
Address mo for pam
phlet: "California in a
Th's Rate Applies from Ardmore
W. S. KEENAN, G. P. A.
MEM ,W A'JhlEill.
ll ' . nnntural
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COLORED PICTURE FREE.
Splendid Reproduction, In Sixteen
Tints, of a Celebrated Painting.
Every person who sends one dollar
to pay far a year s subscription to the
TwIce-a-Weck Republic of St. Louis,
Mo., and Farm Progross, will receive,
absolutely free, a beautiful colored
picture, 24 by 32 Inches Jn dimensions,
ontltlod "The Dcparturo of the Bride
from tho Homo of Washington." This
picture Is a direct reproduction from
tho celebrated painting by Ferris. Six
teen colors wero employed In the
process. It Is made on a fine, heary
paper, and will make, when framed
and hung, a magntflcont ornament for
the home. Asldo from Its genuine ar
tistic merits, it possesses an uncom
mon Intcrost to every American, as
tho central figure la It Is Oeorr
Washington, standing at the portal,
of his Virginia home, bidding adieu
to the brldo and bridegroom. The col
or work Is highly ornate and correct
n every detail, as aro tho character
representations, costumes, etc,
The TwIce-a-Week Republic Is tho
oldest and best seml-weckly family
paper in the country, and Farm Prog
grr is, which Is also published by Tho
Ropubllc, Is tho fastest-growing farm
monthly In Amerlcn. Remember,
that you get both of these splendid
Journals an entire year, and tho beau
tiful big colored rlcture, all for ono
Present subscribers may take ad
vantage of this offor, by sending a
dollar nnd having their, time marked
up a year. Tho Republic hereby gives
nrllco thnt this offer may bo with-
Ji-rtwn at any time, and those who
wish the picture should sond In sub
scriptions at once.
Remit by postofflco or express mon
ey order, registered letter or bans
draft. Do not send personal check.
Write names and addrosses plainly,
Tho Republic, St. Louis, Mo.
Common Colds are the Cause of Many
Physicians who have Rained a na
tional reputation as analysts of tho
cnuso ot various diseases, claim that
If catching cold could bo avoided n
long list of dangerous ailments would
novcr bo heard of. Every ono knows
that pneumonia and consumption orig
inate from' a cold, and chronic catarrh,
bronchitis, nnd all throat and lung
trouhlcsaro aggravated and rendered
more serious by each fresh attack.
Do not risk your life or tnko chances
when you have a cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will euro It heforo
these diseases develop. This remedy
contains no opium, morphine or oth
er harmful diug nnd has thirty years
of reputation back of It, gained by
Its cures under ovcry condition. For
salo by P. J. Ramsey, W. D. Frame,
Ardmoro Drug Co., Bonner & Bonner.
' Notice of Sale.
Js'otlco Is hereby given that on Fri
day, tho 23rd day of February, 190C,
betweon tho hours of ten o'clock In
tho forenoon and thrco o'clock In tho
afternoon, I will offer for salo to tho
highest bidder for cash at the door
of the United Stntes courthouso In Uio
city of Ardmore, In the Southern dls
trlct of flio Indian Territory, tho fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
All ot tho Interest of Hclon Whiten
or, a minor, In tho following described
lots: Lots No. six (C) and soven (7)
in block No. ono hundred and forty
four (Ht) and lots No. ono (1) and
two (2) in block No, thrco hundred
and twcnty-flvo (325) In Iho city of
Ardmoro, In tho Southern district ot
tho Indian Territory, as shown by the
ofllclal plat ot said city mado by tho
Chickasaw Townslto commission. Said
lots aro part of tho ostato of P. S,
Ramsour, tjeccascd, and this salo Is
mado In pursunnco of nn order ot the
United States court for tho Southern
district of tho Indian Territory, nt
Ardmoro, mndo on the 19th day of Do-
This tho ICth day of January, 190G
0. T. MOTZ. Guardian
Ry, Potter, Bowman & Potter, Attor
First published Jan. 17, 1906.
Tho Children's Fovorito
Coughs, Colda, Croup and
ThflrmtdpJ fanlnua rnrllirnrMAtr
ntarue ! -it if.;he elvlltiii.1 u'trl.l. It rn
n'wnys 1 J..p, aif npon. It contains no
ii .i .r Mi.ar harmful drug and uir L
, i . - si n i r .iitlr to a babj as to an aitnlt
I vies Ul eta; Largo Slr.o, 50 cte.
W. B. Johnson L. S. Dolman.
JOHNS6N &. DOLMAN.
Attorneys at Law.
rdmore, I. T.
WM. B. MATTHEWS.
Attorney at Law.
Will practice before ttn United 8titc Su
preme Court, Court of Clnlms, nnd nil the
Department and Commltteos ot Congress.
For eltbt years In tl.H floneral Land Offlc.
Matters before C'onirrens and Indian claims
One of lh editors ot "Matthawa & Con
wnT'is'Dlirest." Authorof "Matthews' Golds."
"Mattnewa' Forms of FleadlB," Kto.
liefer to Editor of this paper.
orSeesi It XI New York Atenne, Washlae
ton, D.C. Telephone, Main mi.
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT,
(Formwly with Dawes Commission.)
Contests, Citizenship cases and other
matUra before the Interior De
Rooms 4U7 and 8, Corcoran Bulldlnf.
Wasalncton, D. C.
Capt J. W. Ellis. W. D. Hilfhlll.
ELLI8 o HALFHILL,
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 21 and 22, Homoatoad Bids.
Civil and Indlojn buslnosa oxcln
slvely. MUSKOGEE, IND. TBR.
Cms. J. KirrLia
Laws and Treatlea"
Cuia. II Mibillat
KAPPLER & HERILLAT
Attorneys and CounsoIlors-at-Law
Praotloe before all Conrtsi Ooog-reaa, Got
ernmant Departments aad Commissions.
Indian oaiea a speolalrr.
OOee, Bond bids.
1. C. Potterr. B. A. Walker
FOTTERP & WALKER.
aUUrnajya awl Counsellors at baa
OalOM over City Natloaal BauO.
relaor, I. T.
DR. C. L. McCANN.
Offlco: Stong Building, over Hall k.
Hlllls. Telephones: Offlco 6S2;
DR. FRED W. BATE8.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco Doak-Roblson Bldg. Rooms
7 and 8.
Offlco hou 9-12 a. Ja.; 2-5 p. m
Phones- dice 424; residence 455.
Q. E. GOODWIN, M. D.
(Offlcu over Hall & Hlllls)
Phones Offlco 349; residence 307,.
R. D. Mooro. J H. Hargrave.
Res., nhono 213. Res., phono 519
Offlco pnono 2i
MOORE & HARORAVE.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offlco in Fronsloy Building over
Hotchklss Jowolry Store
Special attention to treatment or
piles and diseases ot women.
DR. R. M. McCALL
Office Ranriol Building.
Offlco Phone 572 Res. Phono ttt
DH PHILIP STEPHENS.
Offlco, Racdol Bulldinf
Offlce phono 572. Realdcnc 428.
K.r.YON KELLEU.M.l). II. II. IIENKY. M.P.
Ues. Phone it lies. Fbone S7C
Office rtione KC
yon KELLER & HEKRY,
Physlclins and Surgaens.
Kje, Ear Nose and Throat BpeclaMats.
Bpeotaoles A Cjo Qlasaea aooaratelr ntted
OQoe ovor Ilonnor A Donnor's. Ilooms 8 to S
DR. J. M. VADEN.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco hours from 8 to 11 aad 1 to
t and 7 to J.
Offlc Noble Bulldinf.
Offlce phone (8 residence Tl,
DR. DUDLEY PAYNE,
Offlce orer Bonner & Bonner's Drut
Store. Phone 146.
8. A. BROWN.
Owner of and has for salo tbo Town-
slto ot Aylesworth located on the
Washita, midway betwoen Ma
dill and Durant. Offlce with J.
T. Coloiuan, Court Houa Block.
J. A. MORRISON,
Contractor and Builder.
Estlmatos furnlshod freo of charge.
712 West Main Street.
FOR LAND SURVEYING.
Write or see J. C. EARLY.
With J. H. Wright & Co.
SULPHUR IND. TBR,
J. L. WILSON
FREIOHT, TRANSFER AND
Offlce at Amorlcan Restaurant
Residence Phona 72. Offlca Phoni 7t
Ono nay to keep out ot tho divorce
courts Is to remain single,
Only a woman can got satisfaction
out of n dally paper that Is moro limn
a week old.
We Uphold the Standard of
Chase and Sanborn's Coffea and Teas
Iieinz's Sweet and Sour Pickles
Only First Class Trade Catered to.
"Everything good to eat under one
roof" Free and Prompt Delivery
FELKER, First Class Fresh Groceries
Telephone No. 174
We have made your requirements
a special study and have the fineBt
stock of Farming Implements you
will find anywhere. Our stock includes:
John Deere Plows
John Deere Cultivators
John Deere Stalk Cutters
John Deere Middle Busters
Corn and Cotton Planters
We have everything in farming im
plements and make the most lib
eral terms consistent with good
business. Remember we sell Ma
jestic Steel Ranges ;md Charter
i us, ni s in
: r ay
McAlester Lump, McAlestcr Egg, McAlester . ut, Penn
sylyania Antracitc, Arllansas Antracite
We handle nothing else no cheap conl. Wo hare tho boat equipped tlellrerr
system In the city; you cot your coal the .day you order. TELEPHONE US
ARDMORE ICE COMPANY
Greatest Hardware House
Our offerings this spring includo
finest slock of
Buggies, Hacks Phaetons and Surreys
wo have over carried. Step into our buggy bouse on N.
Washington street, mako your selection, you'll And wo
will give you the most liberal price and tho lowest teams.
For the farmer wo have tho newest things in
Cultivators, Cotton and Corn Planters
and Turning Plows
Wo-waut to soil you your hardware during 1906
Stevens, Kennedy & Soragjns
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
The lartfpat, tho tost eqalppod, tho most practical, the most progressive and tl
most Boccesslul liualnosa relieve In Indian Territory. Day and nlcbt acbool tba entl.s
rear. Day puplle attead nlirht schnul without eitra charco. Tuition $10 per month or I '
for unlimited scholarship. Hoard $10 to Jli.60 per month. Noyanatlon. Pupils may entIO
at nny time, Krery pupil la placed on hla merits or uay ndvauco as rapidly aa hU amll,,
will permit. Thoronch tralnlBg- In ahortost time conslstaat with efflclenoy. Heterences
Any hankorbnglnesa Una In Ardmore. For oataloeun address 11
OnEIDCW, A. U. 1L, AOOTS . Preidit, AiAwbw, IkUm.T)rrKiv.