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Ardmore, Tufsday, January 16, 1S0C.
SIX THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. CITY ORDINANCES. Ordinance No. 195. An ordinance deHlmiallng nn Im provement Dlitrlct to bo known n, Improvement District- No. l. rletcrlb inn the boundiiy ot wwie, etc.' Whorea. a petition hn been pre st nted to the pity council of the dty of Ardmore,. I. T., l(tned by more Uinn tn rcMldente of the city of Ardmorp owning real, property In the district lierelnnfter designated, for the. pur poHO of paving streeU, putting In curbs, gutters mid ildewnllra In a district to be known as District No. 1 Therefore 1 It ordained by the City council of the city of Ardmoro, I. T., tlmt Improvement Dis trict No. I, Is hereby Croat, cd for tho purpose of paving streets, putting In curbs, KUttors and Mdownlki in said district, described a follows: All of Vnln street from tho right ot way of the Chicago, Hock Island rail road Co., on Hast Mhln st., to and in.-ludlnR K. St., West Mnln St. All of A. St., S. 15. from Hlnkle St., to I., -""twnv, N. K. All of Mill St., S. K. from 1st Ave., to Hroadwny, N. H. Ml of Washington St., from 1st Avi" . to Urondway. All of A. St., S. W. from 1st Avo., to Hroadwny N. W. Ml of H St. S. W. from 1st Ave., to Hroadwny N. W. All of C. St., S. W. from 1st Ave., to Hroadwny N. W. All of I) St., S. W., from 1st Ave, to Hroadwny N. W. All of R., St., S.-W.. from 1st Ave, to Hroadwny N. W. HnHsed and npproved .this lGth day of Jan. 1!10C. U. W. DIOK, Mayor. Attest: O. II. HltUCrc, City ClorU. PubllHhcd January lfi, i!0(. Ordinance No. 196. An Ordlnnnco designating nn Im provement District to bo known as Im provement District No. 2., describing the boundary of samo ,ctc. Whereas, a petition has boon pre sented to tho City council of tho city of Ardmore, I. T., signed by moro than ton rosldonta ot tho city of Ardmoro owning real property In tho district hereinafter designated, for tho purposo of putting lu sidewalks lu a district to be known ns District No. 2. Tberoforo bo It ordained by tho city council of tho city of Ardmoro, I. T., that Improvement District No. 2, Is hereby croated for tho purposo ot put ting In sldownlkH In said district, do scribed ns follows: All of D. St., N. W., from 10th Ave, to Hroadwny. Passed nml npprovod this IGth day of Jan. 1900. II. W. DICK, Mayor. Attest: O. II. HUUCK, City Cloik. Published Jnnunry 10, 1300. Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them. Moro fatalities havo tholr origin In or result from a cold thnn from any other caiiBO. This fact alono should malso peoplo moro careful ns thero Is no danger whatovor from n oold when It Is properly troatod In tho boglnnlug. For many years Chnmborlalu'B Cough Hemedy has boon recognized as Uio most prompt nnd olTectunl mcdlclno In uso for this dlsoaso. It acts on na ture's plan, looHous tho cough, ro lloves the lungs, opens tho secretions nnd aids nature In rostonng tho sys tem to a hoalthy condition. Sold by V J llnmsoy, V. H. Kraino, Ardmoro Drug Co., Honnor & Honnor. New Way to Get Coal. Olilahonm City, Ok., Jan. 15. (Spe cial) It Is said that somo peoplo ot Iloiver county living along tho rail load track havo a unique way of get ting coal. Somo of thorn have not CO cents worth all winter. One man hung a soda bottlo filled with roil so di on his fence and tho onglno Are na n threw nlmost a ton of coal at tho botU- before the broko It. The farmer wont to town nnd got a new bottle. Some people are more dltcouraged by the success of others than by their owa falluros. Croup Is quickly rolloved. and whooping cough will not "run Its courso" It you uso tho original Hco's Iaxntlvo Honey and Tar. This cough syrup la different from all others be cause It acts on tho bowels. You can not cure croup and whooping cough until you rid tho systom ot nil conges tion, by working off tho cold through a copious action of Uio bowels, uco Lnxatlvo Honey an Tar does this, and cures oil coughs, croup, whoopln cough, ots. No opiates. Sold by City Drug Storo. As wCsTldo down tho bannlstors ct life, wo And they are sometimes full of spllntors. Everything you cat will tnsto good and do good If you tako lung's Dys popsla Tablets. Sold by City Drug Storo. Any fish can swim down stiTinin, but It takes a llvo ono to bwlm up. The wlso man doosn't wait for op portunlty to como long.' The Ardraorclte lor all tne nowt. THE AMBER HARVEST. Work of (In- Wmlrrn mill I lip lllton or tin- It illii- Hen. The poor jMnpl.' w !i i-iiin u .r.vii'i ou llvulltiouil Uy it 1 1 Ill-ring utyiM-i- on (lie sbori H r, tbe ll.iltli- mn v.iW only In the . ntuaUvM weuiber. When tbe wind blow In from l lie mil. (ta lofti'ti doS Willi JriTlIK- yiidiMlt-e. b nrkli -m jiru tonxiil uud' tu(jlilod at tbe-boitum and unlit iiiniitltleM of seti wrack 'are Wflxlied up on the bedell. Tills Is tbe horveM of tbe wmleni, for bidden lu the mots nml brnncbi-s of 'tbe anawecd luinirn of the preclou gum msy be found In other pnrts of tbe coist divers go crawling on the bottom of the mm for the liiniiH of amber hidden In sealed and under rocbN. It In believed that oni-o a great pine forest nourished here where tho great billows roll nml that amber Is the gum exuded from the trees, of which not a vestige remains. Tbe Hud are very variable. The lar gest piece I; Mown, weighing eighteen poumlH, Is In the Itoyal muxcum In Her lln. The muni llnds rnugo from lumps ns big ns n mati'n bead to partlchs like grains of sand. The larger pieces are found Jammed In rocks or In tangles of marine vegetation. Divers work from four to flvo hours u dny In nil sensons, except when tho sen Is blocked with Ice. The work Is ho arduous that they are bathed In perspiration even lu tho coldest weather, l'or all their grinding toll (he Samlnud natives are happy In their way and Increase mid multiply as lu more favored regions of tho earth. A SPECIAL SENSE. Hint AVIili'li I'lirrrliiJl)- Dlrrrls n MiurU In Ciirrlmi, It Is a curious thing and, so fnr ns proRont knowledge goes, quite Inex pllcablu how u shark seems to have an unerring perception of the presence of carrion. Hy virtue of what sense does be know that at a distance of perhaps a couple of miles thero Is food to be had for the picking up? It can hardly be sight, and to say that It Is the sense of smell presupposes an olfactory ap paratus of such marvelous delicacy that one good whiff from nn nverage "harness cask" would surely burst tho machinery for good and nil. Anil yet our shark will bolt a goodly lump of tho gnmlest salt pork without so much ns n wink. No, It cannot be bis nose which leads him. Now a theory has been put forward by naturalists that tbe shark possesses, In common with the Andes condor, u special sense, or Instinct, which Is de nied to cleaner feeding animals. The naturalist cannot explain this sense, lie confesses, In fact, that be knows nothing about It. Hut be can give It a inline. He calls It the "carrion sense." and with that name, which, of course, explains nothing at all, expects us to be satisfied.-Pearson's Maga.lue. TonKliiii-K of I Mr Ant. Ants are really very long lived, con sidering their minuteness. Janet hud two queens under observation for ten years, and ono of Sir John Lubbock's ant pets lived Into her fifteenth year. Ants are very tenacious of life after severe Injury. Following loss of the entire nbdomen, they sometimes live two weeks, nnd In one case a headless ant, carefully decapitated by aseptic surgery, lived for forty-one days. A carpenter nut after being submerged eight days In distilled water came to life upon being dried, so that ants arc practically proof against drowning. They can live for long periods without food. In one case the fast lasted near ly nine mouths before the ant starved to death. Scientific American. Ill.-n Prom llllllnril Hullo. "What becomes of the wornout bil liard ImlKV" said au Idler In a billiard room. "Well," the man nt the desk replied, "when a ball Is only a little off It Is Ront to the factory to be trued up. We got our balls trued up until they be come too small l'or use. Then we sell them ut so much per ounce. "After their bale they are carved Into various sunlit trinkets, but In the main they nro iiiaile Into dice. Of tbe forty or llfty balls rolling and clicking lijul ly here this evening It Is safe to say that IK) per cent of them a few years hence will be working Just as hard In the form of dice." (.'tirioii ANtrniiomltMil Cnlriiliilliiu. A Kuropeau astronomer has recently made home remarkable cnliiilntlons. He llgures that If all the living repre sentatives of the human race were strung out lu space and M'parntisl from each other by Intervals of a mile the line would only reach one-third of the distance to the planet Neptune. If sep arated by distances as great ns that be tween London and Constantinople the llnu would only reach halfway to tbe nearest star. Ilia I'lmt 1 1 1 lit nt Ion. "How did you find out you could draw?" Inquired the admirer of the celebrated Illustrator. "Hy the marks I received In school for tho excellence nnd fidelity of my work." replied tbe eminent one. "My work was a caricature of my beloved teacher on tho blackboard, and tho marks came from the teacher's cane." -Cleveland Plain Dealer. In llluiiiiim. Clara Fred's mother called on me shortly after our engagement. She says he Is the iMwer of the family. Maude I guess that's right. His Uncle John says he Is u blooming Idiot. Chicago News. . Tlip AiibpI.' Miss Hndd (to fupious plnnlst)-Tbat tnuih: was truly djvlne, monsieur. "Ah. mamselle, suit Js Indeed prtiltic. for who but uu augel would kinm dl Ylms muilc?" - - - ..TT4 A Jok Tlmt 1'rtllrd Tvrlc. Mlsi Adelbert bad Just returned from a vacation spent at a liny villago on the Maine m'si. In re.-ouiitinrf her c)kOrieilces nbe l.iiKi I somewhat for the benefit of a vi'v.'.u, a unlet person, uo w visiting b'-r iitjr relatives for the lii-Kt time Ui iii:ni,v yours. . There wns Just one More In the place," 'wild MbM A'leilmrt, '-mid. they kept', everything that la. , everything they had to keep, one day 1 went In to buy some soup, nnd Just on a ven ture I nuked tbe clerk If they had llrownlng. He stared nt me a second, then went off nml looked under the counters and on (he shelves. Presently he enme lmek and nld: 'No, miss, we ain't got none. We got blacking, uu' wo got bluing, an' we got whiting, but we ulu't got a bit o' browning lu the store.' " Miss Adelbert had to make several protests to aiwure her audience that this nsilly hnpiieneil. l'lnnlly the cous in naked grnvoly, "Hut, Onuuin Hert, why didn't you say varnish lu tbe first place?" Youth's Companion. Tlip I'lrsl fiction. The "Tale of T. . Ilro'.hcrs," written 8,200 years ng i by the Thelinn scribe, Knnnnii, lllimrl'in of the palace to King Mereiiptnh. tbe supposed Pha raoh of the F.mi.Iiis. I.obe oklest work of fiction oxtaii'.. The tale ui writ- ten apparently for the entertainment of the crown pi-'.i:c, who subsequently rolgued as Kctl II. Ills inline appear1! In two places on the manuscript prob ably tbe only in King autograph sig natures of an Kto plum king. This piece of antique lit Hon, written on nineteen kIks Im of papyrus lu a bold hieratic bund, was purchased in Italy by Mine. d'Orbluey, who sold It In 18.17 to the authorities of the Hrltl.sh museum, where It Is now known as tho D'Orbluey papyrus. Other speci mens of ancient Kgypttnu fiction have since come to light which appear to prove that tho Nile valley was not only the birthplace of the arts ami sciences, but wus also tho cradle of romance. Japuii'x I'lpr Hell. There Is a bell In Tokyo, Japan, which Is made from tobacco pipes. So says the legend Inscribed around tho outside lu four languages, Dngllsb, French, Gennnn nnd Japanese. The Kngllsh version runs ns follows: "This bell, cunt In Uio city of Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 10, 1902, by Tsuda Sen, Is inado from the metal of tobacco pipes of more than a thousand men, once slaves, now free men." The story Is that In 1802 a woman missionary from America waged war on tobacco smoking and persuaded over a thousand men to forswear the habit. They therefore had no further uso for their metal pipes, which were melted down and cast In tho form of n bell. The metal resembles bronze, nnd tbe bell has a pleasant musical ring. Curious WVInIi Superstition. Small glnsslitic, l.t.-egular circlets of some crystallized mineral are occasion ally found In tho mountains of Wales, and concerning these the Welsh peoplo have some curious superstitions. Some believe that they are formed In the body of a snake as soon ns ho reaches the age of 100 years, while others de clare that they are formed "of froth and venom" when two large male snakes meet. Camden, the great Kng llsh historian and antiquarian, says: "It Is usual for snakes to approach on St. John's eve and by Joining heads to gother and hissing to form a klud of bubble, which passes through tho snake nnd Immediately hardens till It resem bles n glass ring. Whoever finds ono of these rings will over nfter prosper." Until Huron Sluliiii. I la ron Steubou was known as tlm rudest, roughest, most uncivil and dis courteous oillcer lu the Revolutionary army. He spoke Kugllsh to somo ex tent that Is, be knew most of tho oaths and expletives and had other words enough to string them together but when a llttlo excited' be would burst forth Into a most extraordinary mixture of German, French nnd Kng llsh nnd In this polyglot composition would abuse everybody In hearing. riicii. "Why don't yon go to work?" do mauded the housekeeper. "Well, yer see," began the gray hair ed old loafer, "I got u wife and three children to support" "Hut If you don't work how can you support" "As I wuz a-sayln', lady, I got a wife and three children to support me" Philadelphia Ledger. Cuii ui- l'or lur. Second (to duelist, who on confront ing his adversary has suddenly grown pale nnd Is only Just prevented from falling) Take courage, num. I know your opponent Is going to fire lu the air. Duelist That's Just what make mo afraid. He's such n notoriously bad shot. Alwn-rft Uroko. Shadbolt-Your llnances aro at n low rbb again, aro they? Dlnguss Ebbl No; that would Indicate that they're sometimes at the How, which they Hov er are. My finances aro at their nor mal and unvarying level. Chicago Tribune. CoimclcntlnuH. Young Wife What's tho trouble? Why do you sit on the edge of the chair? Husband AVell, dear, you know wo nro buying It on tho Installment plan and that's all I feel entitled to. Life ' ' Too I.ntp. She I hear you have Just got mar ried. Is It; too lato to congratulate you? He Oh, much too Into! I was married three "weeks ago, Illustrated Hits. LAWYUK3, WILLIAM W. WRIGHT. (Ilcglstered Attorney.) (Formerly with Dawes Commission.) Contests, Cltlzonshlp cases and other mattors beforo tho Interior De partment, Exclusively. Ilooms 4o7 and 3, Corcoran Uulldlng. Washington, D. C. Capt. J. W. Ellis. W. D. Halfhlll. ELLIS & HALFHILL, Attorneys at Law. Itooms 21 and 22, 1!" ..mtoad Did -. Olvll and Indl.-ir .sincss exclu sively. MUSKOQEF vD. TEU. Cine. J. Kapplbr Compiler "Initial. Law and Troutlos" Cllii. U. Mkrillat Active Court Practitioner KAPPLER & HERILLAT Attorneys and CounJoIlors-nt-Law Practice before all Conrt.il CoagreM, Got ernmont Departments and Coinmlialona. Indian cases a specialty. Office, lion J Mdtf. Washington, D. , t. V. Cabell. C. L. Bean. CADELl. A DEEN, ATTORNEYS-AT-bATT. Do a Qvjjeral Practice. 0&ee over Hotchklsi' Jewelry aHcri Ardmore, IncL Tor. i. C. Potterr. E. A. Walkar. POTT ERF A WALKCn. AUcrnoyi and Counsellor, at Lsxti (Joi.err.1 PrcCte. Offices ovor City National tttnlt, Ardmore, I. T. PHYSICIANS. DR. C. L. McCANN. Ofllcc: Stong Building, ovor Hall & Hillls. Tclophoncs: Olllco C82; rcsldcnco C83. DR. FRED W. BATES. Physician and Surgeon. Ofllcc Doak-Iloblson Dldg. ItoomB 7 and 8. Olllco hours: 0-12 a. m.; 2-5 p. m Phones Ofllco 424; rosldenco 455. Q. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (Olllco over Hall & Hillls) Phones Offlc-5 349; realdenco 307. IL D. Mooro. J H. Hargrave. Res., phono 213. Res., phono 519 Olllco phono 499. MOORE & HARGRAVE. Physicians and Surgeons. Olllco In Frensloy Building over Hotchklss Jowolry Storo. Special attention to treatment of piles nnd diseases of womon. DR8. BOOTH X BOOTH. Physicians ond Surgeons. Ofllco Phono 4. Residence Phone 1. ..Office over Coleman's Drug Store... DR. R. IY1. McCALL. Office Randol Building. Office Phone 672 Res. Phono E5S Di PHILIP 3TEPHEN3. Ofllco, Rncdol Building Office phono 572. Residence 428. F.P.VON KULLEIt.M.O. R. II. IIICNUT, M.P lies. Phone 41 lies. Phone S7e Office rbone HC Iran KELLER & HENRY, Physicians end Surgeons. Kj-o, Knr Nose anJ Throat Bpoolallsls. Spectacles A K?o (llassoa aocuratelr Btted. Office over Bonner A Bonner's. Ilooms 3 to 9 DR. J. M. VADEN. Physician and Surgeon. Office hours from 8 to 13 and S to 4 and 7 to 9. Office Noble Building. Office phone 68 residence 71. Dr. J. V. Kann. Dr. E. J. Woodard FANN & WOODARD, DENTISTS. Office over Ramsey's Druj Store. Phono 401. Ardmore, I. T. DR. DUDLEY PAYNE, Dentist Olllco ovor Bonner & Bonner's D.u Storo. Phono 14G. S. A. BROWN. Ri-.il Estate. Owner of and has for salo tho Town- site of Aylcsworth located on tno Washita, midway between Ma dill and Durnnt. Ofllco with J. T. Colon'nn, Court Houso Block. J. L. WILSON FREIOHT, TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE LINE. Office at American Restaurant Residence Phone 72. Office Phone 7a. J. A. MORRISON, Contractor and Builder. Estimates fumlshod free of charge 712 West Main Stroot. Wilis DoVENY Garriago Repair Shop lllncksralttlnc. Woodwork. Tainting .ari.l Trimming. Heavy forslne and borseshoolnt In connection. 101 East nroadwar Ardmoro. I. T. To the i. a' 17- We have made your requirements a special study and have the finest 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 and Charter Oak Stoves. 1 ff IS, A New Year Resolution RESOLVED-"That I will trade where I get only fresh and crisp gioceries. Where there is no d. lnv, u.nd whore I can get jusi what I want." Felker, The Grocer Everything Good to Eat Under One Roof COAL! McAlester Lump, McAlester Ebb, McAIcster Ivut, Penn sylyania Antracite, Arllansas Antracite We hamllo nothing elso-no clioap coal. Wo have tho best equipped delivery Hystom In the city; you cot your coal tho day you order. TELEPHONE 158 ARDMORE ICE COMPANY The Tcrriiory's Greatest Hardware House Our offerings this spring include tinest stock of Buggies, Hacks wo havo ovor carried. Step into our buggy house on N. Washington street, make your selection, you'll lind wo will give you tho most liberal price and tho lowest teams. For the farmer wo have tho newest things in Cultivators, Cotton and Corn Planters and Turning Plows We want to sell you your hardwaro during 1906 Stevens, Kennerly & Spraains COMPANY THE LEADING HARDWARE MKHOIf ANTS ARDMORE. IND.TEFl. The largest, tbe best equipped, thn most pranllosl, lf inn.t ,,, .,, most snocessful business college In Indian Territory. I sy id hi nnf .hSDn.ir! ynr. Uay pupils attend night school without mtr t Uitul, Tiiltlim iiS r miSfh .or un imlted scholarship, lioard 110 to IIJ.W) pr monll, .J,a!i,,,, IOi! P,ri U 1S t any time. Every pupil Is placed on his munis or i iy "mc ii r.'i.i ni i.um"?, will permit. Thorough training Insbortest llm.,ion.l.lrt li tVn J!Li,!r f," ,'L1," 1'1'1,J Aov bankor business nrm In Ardmoro. FroUliigiSVli1rM ",n",ul""0Jr' Kerenoe Q. P.-SBLYIDQB, A, U. M., ACCT8., IrwMMt, Ardmow, Indlw Torrtton The largest, the best equipped, tbe Farmer HANDLE ff AT I ONLY V J! IXAf I Phaetons and Surreys most