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iArdmore, Wednesday, October 31, 1900
Wio ULLBUU HUM
Wnrbl1,n!l,5, ,i"flKurV,e "uptions. raphes, boiW etc, as well a:, .ilmplu
humoV i l.nlfiUS,Vi8Ca,y ?,nsJw - l'siec of some -rrUni.ua
Uunior in tho blood. 1 lies.: acids and humors with which the blow is filled
eternally can chniiKciidUo ?e TXiXXot "!" T ,,r"m",ent 1,b-V,n"
poiMqa am acids : only constitutional treatment can doTi" The I ml less " 1., ? It"7
Tli (tUfitiliiiiN li- lilclt a otniu
I.iuvjit Won III ( nr.
At the Mcttp .. -in club In asliliiR
ton si group i if 1 1 or. were discussing
thu NMltie of cp. ,; medical testluuny
when a wcit Known criminal lawyer
was mutinied of a curious iw III
ltlclinu!i(l :..":. i -i.rs ago.
"At Hint time." Knlit the liwvnr.
-.it,B Ci.. l, . ... .. "" can cio ims. 1 lie countless
Vlnmtn:,rnV7t. UIiU nrc "se" ca,,,,ot tenc t"c humor-laden
Sues, t he nffi d rC Th ' oS- eSS'.CXC('Pt f,- temporary comfort and clean
tSn ,,,M ; T1"-" "1 poison u. the blood, which is the cause of the
. '..I r 6 rtmoYal l? a cure can be cll.tl. S. S. S. is a real
poison and resig n - "in.. , cv-r' ' the very roec.
Uieacid-heatedhW, .so a u.;V S T r nh'hnioud. Who bad
it feeds and n.e.rislus it v ?n 3. S nUlmat " thf sk"1 Junl been roMlhed In his nrt Imi.o.tunt
..Hldiseas,oftL,.k,n ,ss - iTh 7 l' " was ry anxious
buvicc iru. SlwT spEcmo COt ATLANTAt CA&
learned and able medio whom.' name
for obvlotis reasons 1 cannot alvn. I?nr
the purposes of this story It will mif
tlec to tvfor to btm as l)r. .Moi-Rnii.
"Xow, Dr. Moi'Kan one inorulnj; rt
eelved a Uli from n xomii; frloinl.
very rooently eiiterid unm bN prnrtliv
00 N LACY. Vice PreaWjr.t
?P!ED C. CAI1K. AitS. CaihUJ-.
Af-DMOnE. INDIAN TEf'.RITOnv
Surplus Funds 75.000,00
iV'-cnauu nf trret and tmllv!dualu sollcttid. Couvteonj. Sroataii
trcorrjdd to tU illlr
I. P.ANOKKHON. Prildr
U. U AN 0(5 KH ON 0liil.ir
ii. r i'i:ir.:(si,i;v vir-irt.
!. S. UADPl.N. mi'i cmhl-r
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ifdrnirt, Indian Tvrrlior
Capital VuU Jb
ra out i t idi Iti in.ll&D TTlt.irj. Ai-ocanu of arm -ail ln(Jllrtni,
olUilid npoo lh moit llborol rmr oonilur nn eood Msiiujr
J. U. bPUAOINS, Vice t'l-esltlcnt. V. C. DINGS, Vleo I'resldent
B. V. flHEBN, Casiiler. C3. o. HA&TlXCJd. Asst. Cashier
C. W. BAUMUACII,
BANKERS' NATIONAL BANK
Capital StocK, paid up, $200,000.oo
J. H. Spraslna :. V. fireui O. T. Gregory. C AV. Uautnbaob.
A. l Jonej p. ( Dlni;s. .M. Gornitu. . . I. Vwi Uenborg.
B. A. Walter S, T. Uledaoe. It. 1. Poland. Geo. L. Dashner.
We want your banking business and offer every coutesv that Is con-
consistent with good Banking.
The News from San Francisco
Is Unit more of tlio Fire Insurance companies
will fail before the losses are all settled.
If your Fire Insurance is with Cakteu &
Cannon you can rest assured that the company
insuring you will not bo one of them that fail.
n nil lJ-J- -C I r n nu in nm.
- nu muus ui insurance r. v. Diag., rnone iiH
"piifR!!WHSrV!5tr TTCIItn TITO. wi mir.jwjTrwiTMit'.m v.Trr mnJ
to win 111 hl mnlden effort, and It wax
with refereiiie to et-rtalii pluisiv of Un
case that be MMicht the advice of hl
old 'rleud tb ibK-tor.
"The jounn Inn.ver I'vpluined to tbi
d'x tor that he wus Kientlj H'rjilesctl.
It huh a lK)Uonlug ease, and the youth
ful attorney had been retained to de
fend the prUouor, u younjf woman of
whoKe I n iioci -nee lie had no doubt. It
wn. however, the Inwyer oxjilnlned.
not an enj tiling to piove the Kill
fc'Ulltle-i or the iTillie.
"An lutclllstfiit motive tun easily be
asxlKlied for the erlme by the pnneeu
tlon,' Hiild the lawyer, 'for the reason
that her husband, the murdered man.
was elderly, neb and 111 tempered to w
decree tbnt inmle her life a biirder.
Moreover, the wife Ix the only bfl".
Xow, I have reliable Information to thu
effect that fouinel on the other side
will offer medical testimony to show
I aruenlenl polsonlm;.
" 'You say that you are positively
eouvlneed of tho yountf woman's Inno
cence?" " 'Positively.' wan the younj: lawyers
reply. "The irlrl Is inntieent. but the
evidence Is overwhelmingly In favor oC
the st lte. It will be ohkv to nrove Hint
the pair lived unhappily, that It was
an uiieonpenial mniTlaae and thai the
traces of ursenb; wera found In the old
man's body after a suspiciously sudden
! "The ca-e looked like n bad one. Dr.
Morgan was very tjuict and thoughtful
for simo moment. Then he said: -The
medical experts will probably jmiduee
In court the Klasj tubes eontalnlliK the
drup. Vou must ask them whether
they tested the tubes for arsenic before
they experimented with the fluids.'
" 'I see the point,' eagerly Interrupted
the youthful lawjer. 'And If they
should admit that they nesleeted to
make that test':'
I "Then you will put your question
In this form: "Is not arsenic used hi
thu nianufaeturi! of some kinds of
"The lawyer acied ou the doctor's
suggestion. The principal medical ex
pert seemed taken by surprise and
dually admitted, after some beatiiiK
about tho buh, that ho had not tested
the tubes fur ar.-eule. lie was ab-o
luduced to coucede that arsenic was
sometimes used in eertalu kinds of
"The youutc counsel, having obtain
ed thec two answers, was clever
enough to cease hl er.iss examination
at that point.
"When he came lo the Mimmin!; up
of the cin-e he dwelt at IciiKth upon the
possibility that the arseuie had been
'sweated' out of tho K'ass and said
the neglect of the experts to test the
tubes should certainly be considered
as vltlutluc to a larjfo dcKree. if not
wholly, the uiedlc.-il testlmonj.
"Well, the o:h:k woman was ac
quitted. As the other evidence wa
purely circumstantial, the Jicqultthe;
verdict ta jjheu mainly because the
daiu;er;ms toive of the medical testi
mony had boen weakened by tho old
doctor's lnrnliius suKuestloii'-New
Yountj Man of Lawton Shot While
Hunting Quail In Field.
Lawton, Okln., Oct. 20. John Kraus.
a youiiR man of 30 years, was acci
dentally shot and killed by Dr. Klex
nor of lawton yesterday evening. The
shot entered the vitals of the younn
man nnd he lived hut live minutes.
Kraus, Dr. Klexner and Pred Hills
wore huntltiK quails In a field a few
miles oaM or Kraus' homo. Tho dons
shlod a covey of (1ualls a few yanls
ahoad mill the party separated, Kraus
golnic around the covey and In front
of Flexner. When tho covey Hew and
Klexner acted the shot took effect in
tho body ot Kraus The killlnx was
IliHlitimiiKlicil h Mmeiiiciilk.
Oltservniit and far sighted porsous
distinguish hi tfreni distance n uinn
from n wnuinu. mil by dnws, f.-ux or
llmire, but by movements. The mo
thus of the iniMt iriaeeful of men are
ungainly when compared with the slim
oils lines th.it most unineii Itistlnctlve'.y
assume. It often happens Hint a single,
motion of a distant ligure, and esptvlat
ly a motion of the arms above the head,
will iUhtnmly determine for a trained
observer the -.ex of the periou. If imy
one doubt-' this I I him note the awk
ward, windmill like performance of a
man arranging bis balr ami the grace
ful curves iiud deft touches with which
a woman necompllMies the same thing
A badly burned. Girl,
or boy, man or woman, is quickly out
of pnln If lliicklen's Arnica Salvo la
applied promptly. G. J. Welch of To
uonslin, Mich, .says: "I use it in my
ramlly for cuts, sores nnd all skin
injuries, ami nnd It perfect." Quickest
pllo cure ( ver known, llest healing
salvo made. l:,c at City Drug Store.
You will scarcely be- U
neve a soaa cracker can
be so perfect until you
taste the one perfect Scda
U need a Biscuit
So delicioush baked so
tender and flaky so won
derfully preserved by a
moisture proof package.
It is the only real Soda
NATIOilAL BISCUIT COMPAJJY
Uldon K. .sjn.s. Albeit
SAMS 4. UEE,
Attorneys At Law.
Office in Xoli'f llldg. Phone No. ,;:i;
Kenl Estate, Law and Titles
VS ElllS. WV. IV H. lfv.lt.
ELLta &, HALFHILL,
Hooms 21 and 22, HomcEtcatl Ubig
Civil mm Indian buiccaa oxclui.
MUSICOGED, Uin. TifiH.
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT
(Formerly with Dawca CommUsioa
Contests, CItiouBhip Cases nd nth
matters boforo Oio Interior D
Offlcos Washington Loan & Trust
Waohlngton, D. O.
Ou. J. iUrrtsk - oA. II Mkuilli-
Comiiller "IndlhO Active
LasoD(t TreatU-i" Oonrt rraclltloiiui
KAPPLER & MERILLAT
Attorneys and Counselort-at-Law.
Hraotlca fcotoro hII Courts, Uonicri. Oo
c-rnicent DonnrtmonlB and Comraladobi
IdiIUu cntvt a specialty.
Office. Itond bldit. Wnsnlnatoo. D
J. D. r,uOHt
Attorney at Law
OMlco over Hamilton s Shoo Stoio.
Tinners and Plumbers
Moved to South Wasbinfjton Street
DeWltfa Witch. Hazel Salvo tlio ' Sa3gajLBeB:vum
iinu mo name ih siampcu ou
every box. Good Tor ec.eiua. totter, 1
bolls, cuts and brulsos, anil especially !
recommended ,or piles. Sold by Hon" 1
man Drug Co. 1
For First-Class Plnstcrinti
see Uncle Tom, the Plasterer. '
All work guaranteed llrst class. He
Is now located In Ardmoro and will
mako 1Mb headipiarlers al A. I Jones'
Itmiher yard. Ills 31 years' experience
will glvo you a llrst class Job. Ho
comes to our town recommended as
a llrst class plastcror and It will he
to your Interest to co him and get
prices and llrst class work For in
formation, sco A. F Jonos.
CLINTON O. DUNN.
Attorney at Law
Has one rule ho always abides b, in making
purchases, and that rulo is to
BUY THE BEST- - - .
Tho best docs not always cost tho most. For
example, thcro are the
John Deere and Velie Btxggies
Molinc and Mitchell Wagons
McCormicK Mowers and
These goods are known the world over to b"lhp
best, and you'll find our prices and tonus qnal
to if not better than other dealers offer We
have in stock a fin line of Hay Ties and can
promptly supply you. Remember, we so 1 tbf
Charter OaK Stoves aud Majestic Stre! Kanges
.Corrugated Iron, Oud Lengths.
Biveiis, Corhn & Frensl
SHELF AKF HEAVY HARDWARE
The Dw"."" Ardmoreite p,AihrT.r"
J Mini ami "luiK'j-.
We all know tlrr.t a placo whore
metal Is coined u called a mint, but
why? lt't it 'i ,i strikingly curious
fact that the two words mint and mon
ey are made from the stuno T.tiltii
word' Yet It l not more so than
many other facts disclosed In the study
of etvmology. There Is very com
monly a close oimecllon between the
history of events cud the making of
the words most prominent in the rec
ord of that hUtory. Mint Is the name
of a plnco for making coins simply be
cause when the tie-! of such a name
was llrst recognised the placo used for
tholr making liappmiod to be tho Ro
man temple of the goddess Juno, one
of whoso Mininmi'S was Monota, said
to mean literally "advisor." In Anglo
Saxon the word had two syllables-myiiet-whlch
show its origin more
clearly than tho monosyllable mint
does. Motiuy Is cullud monota In Ital
ian and uiouuale In French, and tho
1'reuch name for a mint Is "hotel des
A liMlil Ifln .-lit.. .... I...
3 1 Probiiliy few people are uwaro that
me greet-st earthquake our country
has experienced since its settl.-ment
was the now almost forgotten earth
quake of Xew Madrid, tho first tre
mors of which took place ou Dee. Id,
S11. Strange Is that trait of human
nature by which even the most appall,
lux of nature's mauifestatlous slip
rapidly from the memory, so that only
a hundred jctrs later llttlo but trftUI
tlon rcuiatui of the earthquake which
changed the innau'ratlou of cxten
Five areas of the Mississippi valley,
ralslnit-j.il... portions, depressing oth
ers, shirting1 the course of streams ami
dl'alnli !; old swamps al que )ol.iit and
forming nmv liiUc-i at others. All this
and more, however, took place dunug
tho successive vibrations which sh k
tho Xew Madrid region almost con
tinuously for a pei lot! of many months
in 1811 und lSl'-'.-M. 1., I'ullef In Pop
ular Science Monthly, j
W. P. Freeman. Ohio Andorton.
FREEMAN & ANDERTON,
Pennington & Sims Ilulldlng.
K.r.Tfin KHLLKK.U.D ,'t. II. IIKNaV. U.
lltii. Pbonf U Itet. I'toone SV
Olt'co I'hoLO lie
von KELLER & HENRY
Phyolclano and Surctoni.
Wje. Kar No ti.1 Throat HuuiUlUW
Spactiolut A i!Tn uiacinc sucuratelr Sti"
Offlee ovor I)conir fit UnnDsr'. Itooins r In
Cheap Rales to
use Flour made by out
side mills, who havo no
interest in ARDAJOTtW,
when you can get
on the market, a cheap v
Made nice and fresh e
ery day, by your
Every sack of goodd wc
mako fully guaranteed.
Sold by all of our Gro
curs for the. past 8 years.
Ctiiiforniii and Ah 'Xioti tinintu of. T
e-xcei)iionaiiy low rates;
Dully until Oetr.hr..- .'!It f!nl 4
onisis' tickits will bo cm sale to t AMFWVfP AM X
J Hotel and Restaurant
HIJI Villi 1'IHII
W.J ALEXANDER, Proprietor. $
J Cati.ra to Flrnt Ol.isn Trade Only
? OI'KN DAY AND JJIOIIT
DR. C. L. McCANN.
Oflco: Btoug nulldlug, over Hall i
Hillla. Telophouas: Offlco Sii
C. E. SHACKLLF0P3, M.
. Ollico hniulol Uuilding.
Office Phone CC1; Hesldonce
C. E. QOOOVIN, M. D.
tOAc over Hall & Hlllln)
riJones OOloa 349: rosideuc 3T
DH. J. E. WOODARD.
.Room 12, Xoolo Hulldlng, next to.
Or. J. M. Vaden s Office.
tii. J. P. FANN,
Over Hall & Hlllla,.
Phone No, 401.
ANDERSON & WHITAKER,
Office: Smith's Llveiy Ilain.
PvoTr--- t o sanl-raiit-lscii Meilco C'Jly
" Los AiikcIu (juuUnhiJir.i
St. Illls J3U J24
Kansas City $2u 2t
Omaha ?2r s
Parsons 2.ri J27
Oklahoma Cll $2C $32
Through tourist slut p -rs from
St. Louis and Kansas City on
Tuesday of each week. You stop !
into tlio cars here and do notj
lea'e them until you roach Sun I
Francisco. Ask your nearest
roilrotul sigt. for rates or address
W. ST. tlROHOE
(Jeiwral Pawonger Agent M. K. & T
It)'., AVahiwrlght Rldg. St. Louis.
UKO. It. llUCKKU.
D. I. A.. M. K. & T. Ity.
Oklahoma Pity, Okla.
Prompt Settlement on Ftro
and Tonutdi Losses. 2
ARDfVlORE HACK LINE
D. E, Ff.YHT, Prp.
Hack leaves for Hcaldto.i at
6:30 a. m.
Hack leaea for Klk t f:
llroct connectlou with ull
Inland towns west j! Aidmore.
Iave alt bundles a. Noble
J. L. WILSON.
rnEiaiiT transfer and
Gffl: at Aiaorlcjia itiuuiui
GARTER'S ROOMING HOUSE
No. 1. 113 B. IlalnHt., at UliluMe itetaurar.t
Nu, S, 115 W. luln, Cruoo nallillnif
No. 3, 1IJ A St., N. W.. Utiua IlBllilIni;
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