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Ardmore, Tuesday, January 30, 1906.
SUBLIME BRAVERY. Btninrit Wlio Wrnl Ilinru VIIi Tlielr SJili" llhoilt I'lliic-l.ln-r. The sinking of th" .laiunr-so truiirr TobiiKiiKu during tlit Uussij jHpiiiu'si' war was u heart totichlnt; proof ut the Ik.toIc posoiliilltles of human unture. In tho lec'lli of ii freezing Kale the ortils cr struck a mine, which blew a six foot hole In ItB hull. The water rushed In with tremendous force. No help won In si glil. The rnptuln huuiiiioiiM the crew. "So one immt leave the ship," he wild iiulctly, "until she slnhs. We .will share the fnte of the vessel to Better." There was no tllnehliiR. They ssiik their nntlounl anthem, cheered their em peror and enbnly, drawn up In due or der, waited luluutc by minute until the blp went down. Nearly 400 lives were lost. In 1S.V! the Itlrkenhend, a Ilrltlsh troop Kteamer, wan wrecked oil the Capo of Oood Hope. After puttlnK the women nnd children Into the boats the men formed on dock, and In full dress uniform, with colors flying, went down at their posts, -100 of them. The "Writ enhend drill" 1mh hecomn a watchword In the Ilrltlsh navy. Not many year tigo tho crew of the American Vandalla faced death In the Mime splendid spirit. Of all the ships pathered In the bottle fhnped harbor of Samoa the KiijjIInIi Calliope was the only one able to force Its way out In the faco of the hurricane which swept the waters. As she crept past the Van dalln, lying shattered on a reef, the Yankee crew manned the sides, the band played "Tho Star Spangled" Hau lier," nnd tho brave men about to die Minted the bravo men who were light ing their way to life and safety. There Is n quality of courage In such encounters with Inevitable death that must bo ranked above the bravery thown In the excitement of active bat tle with n human foe. He Is not the bravest man who has no fear, but rather he who, feeling It all the time, yet overcomes Hie Impulse to cowardice nnd moves steadily forward to what ever fatal duty awaits him. When the Ilrltlsh warship Camper down accidentally rammed the Vic toria the men on the doomed vessel kept steadily at work without panl- or disorder until ndmlial and all v at down together. It was to this en as trophe Klptltig referred when he wi te: H mnkos you think bolter o' you an' your friends an" the work you may Imvn to iln When you think o' the olnklo' Vletorler's Jollies soMlors no' tullors tool Youth's Compnulon. I'mcrrxult I'lt'Uliiiir. I know you will say Just the same thing that I said when the ciicmtiliera for pickling came In at the rate of three, four or perhaps a dozen n day. "What, stop work and pickle those few paltry things each day? Never! The game Is not worth the candle." Hut try .this method: The work Is done a little sit tt Kino; thus It Is hardly appreciated Take 'a stone crock, cover the bottom with cucumbers and cover these will, ouc-quarter of an Inch of conrpo salt then put In another layer of cucumbers, another of salt, and so on until the cu cumbers are used up. On top place a round hoard Just a tr(tle smaller than tho crock and a good sized stone to hold It dowji snugly. Tho nest pickles that come to the house are added to the Jar. Ily tho time the crock Is full a little water Is poured In It the brine docs not cover the cucumbers. A VloUi i laid over the top, the board repiaceil with ltd weigiu ami tno ouinf stored away until a" convenient time for pickling comes. A few horseradish loaves plneed under the cloth prevent molding, nnd the pickles' v'.'ll keep thus for months, even for years. . t When the ji-chuluuluiii moment aV rfVe.s you may pickle all your hoard of cucumbers or only a part of them, as i you wish. Garden Magazine. Tin- Wny f !. Ttrllliilit. On first thought It socius to ho a rather paradoxical statement that tho nearer we approach to the equator the shorter Is that iuterinedjate stage or transition from day to night and from night to duy which we call "twilight." This being tho case, however, the pe riod of duration ot "the dim, uncertain light" In all tropical countries Is very short when compared with that of countries of high northern or southern latitude. The explanation U this On the equator the sun's path Is at exact right angles with tho horizon. The last beam of light fades from view when tho sun Is at 18 degrees below the hori zon. This 18 degree maik Is quit Un reached at the equator for reasons gl en In the first sentence of this explana tlon: The farther from the e qu tior vv get tho less become the auglei winch tho sun's course makes w'.th thehorlz in and tho longer the time required for lilm to reach tho IS degreo mark; heii'-e the 1 uger t'.ie period of twilight. At fill i;(MMltloil. Sir Wetuyss Iteld wioln in follow of one of his early experiences at a re porter: "On thu first occasion of wl' nesslng an execution, as I stood tn-i t- bllng at the foot of the scallold on which the victim was about to appear, I uotleed au old reporter for whom I entertained a great personal respect pacing up and down beside me reading the new testament. "In tho passion of horror and pity that Ailed my young heart 1 concluded that my friend was seeking spiritual comfort In view of tho event In which wo were about to take part as specta tors and recorders. I said something to him about tho horror of the net we wero shortly to witness. "tie' looked up with n placid smile from his reading and said gently, for he was essenlally a gcntlctunu, 'Yes, very find, very sad; but Ut us bo thankful It Isn't raining.' And then he calmly re turned to his dally reading of the word." J. A. BIVENS, President DON LACY, Vice President The City National Bank ARDMORE, INDIAN TERRITORY Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 50.000,00 Accounts of firms nnd Individuals solicited. Courteous troatmcnt accorded to all alllto. L. r. ANDERSON. Trulden O. L. ANDKRHON, Caihlar FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ardmore, Indian Cnpltal Paid In . Surplus Funds , Total. The oldrit bank la Indian Territory. Account! ot flrmi and Individual) inllclled npon tbo moil littoral termi oonilicent vlth irood banking. Our Best Everything of a Banking nature entrusted to our care, receives our best attention. We shall be glad to have a share of your business. Bankers' Trust Go, Stoves end Ranges Our line is the eelebrat' d BKIDG K it BEACH make, for 09 yews tho standard of poi fi ction. They are perfect in con struction, beautiful in design. T her nro Quick Cookers and Fast Water Heaters and will Jast u hfo time, It will be to jour interest to use one of these. Heaters Wood. Coal and Oil. Wo claim to show the most up-to-date line in city. Style and quality leading features No smoke, smell or dirt. CUTLEHY A complete line of Table .Silver Ware, the famous A. J. Jordan make. There is not v just as good. A silver knife that will cut our Guarantee goes with every pieco Our carv ing sots are beauties pleusin to the oye, superior in quality and perfect in design. You should seo this excellent line. WEEKS BROTHERS 209 W. Main Practical Tinners II -ic-xga- I H u Pv C E LU ! 1 L L IT," AT 0 U CO.I PURCELL, IX 1 IMPORTANT NOTICE We have made arrangement with V M Tniru to deliver Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls to your barn at SI.50 per ton fur too The Best and Cheapest Mr. Pace'a Phono phonk 39 ' Ardmore Oil a THE DAIl-V A. H. PALMER, Cashier FRED C. CARR, Asst. Cashier. n. P. PRE.NHLKY. Vlce-Prei. O. H.WAUriN' AM I Gaiblar i Territory .$ 60,000.00 , 200,000.00 $260,000.00 Attention Guns Wo have a, full and well assorted line of Target, Rifles, Winchesters, Shot Guns, and the prices wo make will surprise you. and Plumbers LEADER FLOUR The World's Standard TYLER & SIMPSON COMPANY WholesaleSDistributors, Ul ARDMORE, I. T. nulla and il.23 per sacK (or ine .neat. a Feed for your Milch Cow No. l206, Cnll him up. Milling Company mni ARDMORE1TE. Notice of Sale. Notleo Is hereby given that on U'rl day, tho 23rd day of Jjhrunry, 100(1, hotwocn tho hoius of ton o'ooclc In tho forenoon and thrco o'clock In tho nfterncon, I will offer for sale to tho highest bidder for cash tit tho door of tho United Statos courthouse. In tho city of Ardmore, In tho Southern dis trict of tho Indian Territory, tho fo!. lowing described proporty, to-wlt: All of tho Intorest of Helot. Whltou cr, a minor, In tho following descrlsfc-.i lots: U)ts No. six (C) nnd seven (7) In block No, one hundred and forty four (H4) nnd lots No. one (1) nnd two (2) In block No. thrco hundred nnd twenty fivo (325) In tho city ot Ardmore, In tho Southern district ot tho Indian Territory, as shown by tho official plat of said city mndo by tho Chlcknsaw Townsllo commission. Said It ta are part of tho estato of 1 S. Hnmsoiir, deceased, nnd this snlo Is niado In pursunnco of nn ordor of tho United States court for tho Southorn district of tho Indian Territory, at Ardmore. mndo on the 10th day of Do comber, 100r. This the ICth day of January, 190C. C. T. MOTZ. Guardian. By, Potter. Bowman & Potter, Attor neys. First published Jan. 17, 190G. The le-s Mr. rtrjer r.'.-'nis to ltno.v ih.' more clear.- the people under s nr.ft. A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good. A. H. Thurnes. n well known conl operator of Iluffnlo, O., writes: "1 hnvo been nllllcted with ltldnoy or bladder trouble for years, passing gravel nnd stones with excrucIntltiR pain. I sot no relief from medicine until 1 hegnn taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then the result was surprising. A fow doses started tho brick dust like tine stones and now I hnvo no pain neross my kidneys nnd feel like a new mnn. It has dono mo $1000 worth of Rood." City Drug Store. he b'i'f truat I nrons also thought 'i could d -i .'.lHso,,rl You can apply Mftn7,an inside, right whero tho pain Is. It Is put up In collapsible tubes with uozzlo attach ment for Introducing It. MnnZnn stops pain Instantly and cures all kinds ot blind, bleeding, Itching nnd protruding ollns Sold by City Drug Store. WAP.MNlJ ORDER. In tho United Sta.cs court In the Indian Territory, Southorn district: I.ula Hall, plaintiff, vs. Will Hall, defendant, No, G50G. Tho dofondent 'Will Hall, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days and answer tho complaint of of the plaintiff, I.ula Hall. - , Wltnoss the Hon. Hosea Townsond. judge of said court, and the seal thero of, this 18th day of January, 190C. (Seal, C. M. CAMPBELL,. Clerk. By W. S. CROCKETT, D. C. Cruce, Cruco & Bloalcmore, attor neys. Attorney for non-resident: S. II Butler. First published January 21, 1900. Plansifter Flour ChicKasaw Telephone Co. Coupons Long distance coupons will be sold on tho following basis in tho future. lOpor cent discount will bo given on $25.00. 15 ner cent discount will bo Riven on $50.00. 20 per cent discount will bo Kiven on 100.00. Hounons to bo bought and oaid for in advance or beforo opening an account. Wm. H. Berry, Gen. Mgr. MEN ANu WOMEN. 1!m lIIU(oriiiioiiira di.chKrgp,ln0Antui4tluDi IrritutloDi or ulcmtlou. I'tlnUi,, Dil out mlriu fftnt or poiMuoui. NI4 bj DracEUI'. cr eut lu pUlu wru'ixr, i i. r a Uiitiri IJ.7J. UlrcuUr Mut u itiuatr III A9K YOt'R aitOCElt ! Whaley' HUlSKevator 1 I Company I ot itrttwr. LAWYBR3. WILLIAM W. WRIGHT. (UuKlstercil Attorney.) (Formerly with Dawes Commission.) Contests, Citizenship ensoa nnd other matters hoforo tho Interior De partment, Inclusively. Itooms 4U7 nnd 8, Corcoran Uulldln. Washington, D. C. Capt. J. W Ellis. W. D. Halfhlll. ELLI8 4. HALFHILL, Attorneys at Law. Itooms 21 and 22, Homestead Bids. OJvll and lndlam business exclu sively. MUSKOQEK, IND. TBlt. Oiua. J. KArn.ua Compiler "Indian Lawa and Treaties" Cms. 11. Mhrillat Active Conrt Practitioner KAPPLBR & HERILLAT Attorneys and Counsollors-nt-Lnw Practice beforo all Courts! Congraaa, (lot vrntnent Departments eail Cummlaalona. Indian casea a specialty. Otrjce, llo nd bldk. Washington, II. , J. V. Cobalt. K. I Bon. CABELL. A DEEN, i.TTORNBYB-AT-ha.T. Do a Qoiioral Practical. Offleai orer Hotchklia' Jewelry Stars Ardmore, In. Ter. i. C. Potten. E. A. WiilUar POTTERF A. WALKER. Attorneys and Counsellor at Lan ttfLeral Prac2c. oaess over City NaUonal Basil, Ardmore, I. T. PHYSICIANS. DR, C. L. McCANN. Olllco: Stong Building, over Hall & HIIIIs. Telephones: Olllco C82; resldcnco C83. DR. FRED W. BATES. Physician ahd Surgeon. OlTlce Doak-Itoblson Bldg. Itoomo 7 and 8. Omco hours: 9-12 a. in.; 2-G p. m Phones Olllco 424; resldcnco 4r,C, G. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (OUlce over Hall & HJllls) Phones OIIIct 349; resldcnco 307. It. D. Mooro. J H. Hnrgravo. Red., phono 213. lies., phono 519 Olllco phono 499. MOORE & HARGRAVE. Physicians and Surgeons, OfTlco in Fronslcy Building over HotchUIss ,l"welrv Store. Special ulu-utioii to tioatinont cf piles and diseases of women. ORS. BOOTH & BOOTH. Physicians ond Surgeons. Omco Phono 4. Residence Phono 1. . .Offlco over Coleman's Drug Store... DR. R. M. McCALL. Office Randol Building. Ofllco Phone 572 Res. Phono 556 DH PHILIP STEPHENS. OUlco, Randol Bulldms OUlce phono 572. Rcaldonce 428. P. TON KELLER.M.D. It. II. UKNRY.U.P. Baa. FboneU llet. TUono 37f OOoa rhone 10 Kan KELLER A HENRY, Physicians and Surgaans. lje. Ear Noae and Tbroat Bpeclallata. Ipeotaolea A Eto Qlaaaea aoonrately Dttad Jfflce orer Bonner A Bonner'a. Rouma 3 tot DR. J. M. VADEN. Physician and Burgeon. Offlco hours from S to IS aad i to X and 7 to 9. Offlco Noble Bulldlnf. Office phone (8 realdoae 71. Dr. J. I'. Fonn. nr. K. J. Woodard FANN A. WOODARD, DENTI8TB. Office over Ramsey's Drug Btora, Phone 401. Ardmore, I. T, DR. DUDLEY PAYNE, Dentist Offlce over Bonner & Bonner'B Dru Store. Phono 140. 3. A. BROWN. Real Estate. Owner of and has for sale tho Town- site ot Aylcaworth located on tho Washita, midway hotween Ma dill and Durant. Olllco with J. T. Coleman, Court Hous Block. J. L. WIL80N FREIQHT, TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE LINE. Offlco at American Restaurant Residence Phone 72. Office Phona 76 FOR LAND SURVEYING. Write cr see J. C. EARLY. With J. H. Wright & Co. SULPHUR IND. TBlt J. A. MORRISON, Contractor and Builder. Estimates furnished free of charge 712 West Main Street. For the Farmer. John Decro Plows. John Deere Stalk Cutters. Cornigatod Iron nnd Barhod wlro nt BIVENS, -CORIIN & FRENSLEY'S. The Ardmorelto Bella coupon hooka. SEVEN WARNING ORDER. In tho United Stntos Court In tho Indlnn Territory, Southern District: Win. U Itay, plaintiff, vs. Connie K. Itny, dofendant, No. C500. Tho defendant, V. Itny, Is warn ed to nppear In this court within thir ty days and answer tho complaint of tho plnlntltr, Connie E. Ray. Wltnoss tho Hon. Uosca Townsend, Judge of said court, nnd tho seal theroof, this nth day of January, 1S0C. (8eal) C. M. CAMPBBU Clork. By W. S. CROCKETT, Doputy. Cruce, Criice & Blcakmorc, Attorneys. Attorney for non-resldcnt, 8. II But ler. First published January 11, 190C, WARMING ORDER. In tho United States Court In tho Indian Territory, Southern District Emma Allen, plnlntlff, vs. Nathan Al'en, defendant. No. C485. Tho dofondant, Nathan Allen, Is warned to nppenr In this court In thir ty dnys nnd answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Emma Allen. Wltnoss tho Hon. Hosea Townsond, JudKo of said Court, nnd tho seal thereof, this 29th day of December, 1905. C. W. CAMPHI0I.1, Clork. (Seal) By W. S. CROCKETT, Doputy. Potterf &. Vnlkor, attornoys. Attorney for non-resldcnt, W. F. Hiw mnn. First published Dec. 29, 1905. $5, $10 and $20 coupon books nt this omco. We Have Not Sold Out but lire in the lumber business greater than ever. Our entire attention is now devuted to the lumber busi ness and we can seive you better than when our interests wero divided. Get our prices on all kinds building material ' East Side Lumber Co. FRALEY BROS., Managers. I have nddod a now BAGGAGE WAGON to my TrnnBfer lino nnd am prepared to mnke calls prompt ly day nnd night. Phono 2C1 STEVE BOWLES THE BEST SERVICE la Odereil by tho LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD To the Cast and Northeast A Through tilerpor Daily from Hot Hfrlra-B to Louisville and Cincinnati VIA MEMPHIS For full Information aa to llnlea. Time Tallica, etc. niiply to your local auent or aildreaa N. B. BAIRD Trav Ia. Act.. I Ittle Dock. Ark. ARDMORE AUTOMATIC STORE GO, IINCOIU'OKATKD) Capital Stock $50,000.00 Manufacturer of Automatic Btorea, ilo Cabinet work ot'all kinds and everything In the l'laulnir Mill line. Succeaaora to Fraler llroa., at their old stand. W. A. PRIDE & GO. Do all kinds of Tin & Plumbing Work. PHONE 388 -!- BROADWAY