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Ardmore, Wednesday, May 16 1906.
HERD OF DEER FREE TO ROAM TOUR HUNDRED HEAD RELEASED AT ONE TIME The Famous Belle Meade Flock Which Has Deen Enclosed for Nearly a Century Will Browse Uhmo tested on Tennessee Hills. Nashville, Tonn., May 15. Tho rc marknblo spoctnclo .of a herd ot 400 door being released at one time to roam over a stato a ttliclr own freo will, safe alike from dog and gun, Is soon to bo witnessed In Tennessee. At famous Dolle Meade, the homo ot Iroquois, I,uko niackburn, Tho Com moner, Inquirer and other" famous sires thoro has been for nenrly a cen tury a herd of deer. Tho animals hav lived In n -100-acro Inclosuro since 0 m Knrdlng, now dead, acquired tho prop orty In tho enrly part of the nine teenth century. They havo grown and multiplied with tho years and tholf fame, as a herd of splendid animals,, has spread nil over tho country. Recently, however, tho Jakcns, owners ot Dcllo Meade, died nnl a sad Incident to follow their demlee was tho dlsmcmborment of tho most famous nursery for thoroughbreds In th country. The horses and fine cat tlo wore all sold. Tho deor only re mained. They woro not sold because tlioy could not bo caught and deliver od for shipment. That was tho only ronnon tlrty, too, wore not sold. Unt now oven tho doer will have to go. A syndlcato has bought the beau tiful hoavlly wooded park In which these animals have been living and tho tract Is being sub-dlvldcd for m burbnn homes. The deor havo to be got out o ftho way. J. UP. Richardson, administrator of the ostnto, has re fused to sell the animals to game denlers, for such salo meant tholr ruthloss slaughter. He has, therefore, decided to sell tho 400 door, which are worth from J3C00 to $7000 for tho paltry sum ot JC00. This latter amount Is being raised by public subscription In Nashville, and tho animals arc to bo released. Stato Game Warden Joseph II. Ack len has agreed to superTtilond tho re lease of tho animals, and ho will scat ter 40,000 clrculaTs over tho stato arnlng pcoplo not to shoot ono of them under penalty of $50 for each of fense Tho law In Tennessco protects deer for a period of two years and al tho expiration of that period or be fore additional legislation will bo nskort. Tho sight of 400 deor being released nt onco will bo a rnro oie, nnd the event Is being anticipated with much curiosity In Nashvlllo and tho counties contiguous to the capital city. Not If as Rich as Rockefeller. If you had nil tho wealth of Rocke feller, tho Standard Oil magnate, you could not buy n bettor medlclno for bowol complnlnts than Chamborlnln's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy. Tho most eminent physician can hot prcscrlbo n bettor preparation for col ic and diarrhoea, both for children and ndults. Tho uniform success or this remedy has shown it to bo superior to nil others. It nover falls, and whon reduced with water and sweetenoir, Is pleasant to tako. Hvery family should bo supplied with IL Sold by P. J. Ram soy, W. D. Frame, Ardmoro Drug Co., Konncr & Ilonnor. CORPSE BLOWN FROM CRAVE. Combustion From Lime and Water Produces Peculiar Accident. HIcRman, K7 May 15. Tho body of Dr. 13. U Do Moyor was blown from Its grnvo by tho combination of qillck llmo and wnter nt Plrce, Tcnn. .no force ot tho explosion was terrible, nnd body nnd "coflln wero torn to atoms. On Mny 5 Dr. Do Meyor died ot smallpox. Two negroes nttended to tho Interment, wTiTcTi was mado at midnight. To guard'agalnst possible Infection three barrels of qulckllmo woro poured over tho box boforo tho dirt was thrown In. Heavy rains followed for sovoral days after tho burial of Dr. Do Meyor, and tho ground was thoroughly satu rated. Tho water eventually reached tho unslacked llmo and It began to work. Tho gases finally becamo bo strong that tho explosion followed. Tho pcoplo of Piorco woro much frightened over tho explosion, as they woro fearful that floating tho gorms might find lodgment nnd produco an epidemic. It' was with difficulty that nnyono was found who was willing to relntor tho remnants oi Dr. Meyer's body. TALIAFERRO'S, Undertaking and Embatmlni, North of Ardmorelte, North Washlni ton itrt Phono 1 n 411 Dally Ardmorelto 50c per month. C TreM That Farm lalnndn. In tho courso of great rivers, Islands oro generally formed by the strand'.ig of trees, shrubs, plants nnd such things brought down by the current. In the Mackenzie river of Canada tho Whole prooesi of Island making In thU tray can bo easily observed. Trees borne down front the banks by the undermining no tion of tho current usually retain con siderable mass of earth and stones en tangled In their roots. They, therefore, readily sink, and by doing ho form eon shlerable Khoals, which time converts Into regular vegetable Islands. Then a thicket nf smalt willows covers the newly formed land nnd their llbroiis ryots serve to bind thu tvholo firmly to gether. A penty soli Is formed by tho gradual decay of the vegetation. Includ ing the trunks of the trees, nnd on this tunny new varieties of plants spring up. Sometimes the Island clears Its moorings nnd ilonts nwny down stream until It Is ngalu arrested by an obsta cle, or It may become In a sense water logged and subside close to the IxMtom. In this latter enso It often gets covered over with mud and sand, which form n new- nnd more permanent Intul sur face nbovu It. TIif l.nhatcr'a tllrlli Noror, I "Did you ever see the name a lob- 1 ster Is liorn with" nuked n llnli dealer thu other day. "It Is mnrked on his I body. No? Well, I'll huow you one" J The dealer took a live lobster out ot . a henp on the marble slab. I "Its name Is .Joe," the denier said after he hail Inspected ono of Its legs. "Now, can you find It?' Tho customer took the lobster gin gerly by the back of tho nock, where It could not reach his hand with Its' nip pers. Turning It on Its back so that tho brown legs at Its side tlopixil back tvurd, n smooth streak half an Inch long nnd nenrly ns wide was een on lb ii Inside of the thigh. In this Ntrenk. like n mosnle, wore short lines, ns though some one hnd printed on It with Indelible brown luk In backhand tho characters J-OE. "Some lobsters arc nnnud .lltn," the denier said, "some Jack, others John, and I once clearly made out the name Julia." A St tut nnil u I.niliK-r. Skorles of deer with rain barrels or water palls on their heads are common enough among Maine nnd Adirondack guides, but It Is left for Europe to come to the fore with n variant. Some hunts men near Innsbruck came uion a stag with a ladder on Its antlers. In spite of this handicap It made off nt great speed on seeing tho man, leaping hedges nnd dashing through the under growth as If qulto unimpeded. Its mad career was stopped, however, when the ends of the ladder caught between two trees. Its straggles were so frnutlc nt the approach of tho huntsman's dog that It broke off part of Its nntlers and, thus freed, mado good Its cseniio. Tho ladder proved to belong to n farmer who had left It standing, ngalnst one of his haystacks. While stealing the hay tho stag had evidently upcet tho lad der, which had thus become fixed on Its horns. A Word With SI ratine IlUlnrr. "Treacle," or molnsscs, Is a word with nn Interesting history. Tho earli est "treacle" was nn nntldoto ngalnst tho viper's blto nnd probably was mado of viper's llcsh Itself. It Is a word with a strango history, descending from the Greek "ther," n wild lieast. whence came the ndjectlvc "therlakos," pertaining to n wild beast, which was eventually ticclnllzcd to tneau serv ing as nn antidote ngalnst n wild beast's bite. In Englltih "treacle" then came to mean nuythlng soothing or comforting. Chaucer oven Fjieaks of Christ ns "treacle of all harm." Ami, ns so many soothing remedies were sirups, "treacle" at length meant sim ply sirups of various kinds. Tim Ta-iupln of Dlunu. Tho most noted tiro which Involved tho burning of n single edllleu was the destruction of tho great temple of Di ana at Ephcsus In II. C. 350 on tho night Alexander the Great was born. Tho fire was kindled by Ilerostrntus, who when apprehended confessed that IiIh only deslro was to transmit bis unnio to further ages. Ho wns put to death with cxqulslto nnd prolonged tortures, nnd the Epheslan senato com manded that on pain of death his name should nover lx pronounced, hoping thus to dlsnpimlut his exiH-ctatlou. To Kfoii Atrukn In Oiiirt'h. A minister onco told mo a rood tvny to keep ntvnko In church when IucIIihh to bo drowsy. Tho way wns tills; Lift ono foot a llttlo way from thu floor nud hold It there. It Is Impossible to go to sleep when your foot Is poised In tho nlr. This remedy, though simple, Is vory effectual and nover falls to keep a person awake. National Magazine. Ilernuae It tt'ti True City Editor (to reiorter) Look hero, what do you mean by writing, "Among tho prettiest girls nt the dance was Lieutenant Rogers?" Tho lieutenant Is a man, I bellevo. Reporter Cublr Yes, I understand that; but you seo ho spent tho greater part of tho evening among tho prettiest girls there. Fiction. "What aro you writing nbout, Haw ley'" "A story. I'm going lu for fiction." "Itenllv? For a mnf-nzlno?" "No; for my tailor. Ho wants ms money, nnd I'm telling him I'll Bond blm a check next week." Tile Man Ullilrr the lied. Mrs. Timid Did you over Mud a mnn under tho bed? Mrs. Uluff Yes; tho night wo thought thero tvgro burglars In tho house. I found my husband there. Not th body bnt the soul strikes the blow in which Uvea victory. Maga. THE DAILY ARDMOREITB. Biliousness That sallow, . yellowlook.thosa , terrible head a.hcs.thntdulled I brain, all tneso things spell bil Uhisness. which ll thedlrcctrcsultof n liver which . falls to per- formitsfund tlons In a 1 natural way. Ucforoyou can destroy thnt bilious 1 condition i you must . ret your j liver in , form nnd nothing will accomplish this so quickly or so thr roughly as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin This remedy I the tnost valuable one obtainable for nil liver nnd kludred trou bles, possessing properties which drive It directly to the affected parts, licttcr than pills, oils, salts nnd nnttite ous purgatives which aggravate condi tions and leavo the sutlercr in worsa condition than before. Former afflicted ones, now well nnd strong, pay eloquent tribute to its efficacy and power. DR.CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and halt dollar sizes from nil druggists. i our money will uc rctunucd It It does not benefit you. Your poital card retuet will bilne bv trtnrn mail our nrw booklet. "UK. C.I.IVKI.L'H IIOUK OK WOSJ)KKS" nnd freo inmple to tho won Imve nrtrr lrld Mill wonderful rtmcdr. Write tor it tmlay. pepsin srnup CO. Montlcello, IlllnoU Wo havo a big lino ot Quick Mcnl gasollno stoves to solect from. UIVENS, CORIIN & FRENSLEY. Coupon books, $5, $10 nnd $20, at this office W. P. POLAND LANDS Buys nnd soils lana, makes nl lease contracts, secures lotments for citizens, keep first-clats surveyor in ofllco work gaaruntced. Ofllco over Fifst national Bank. i nil ii mi m Many Delightful Summer ..Resort.. In the "Land of the SKy" and "Sapphire Country," East Tennessee, Western N. Carolina and Virginia Are reached via the Southern RaMway with Convenient Schedules and Sleeping Car Service For Information rteifnrillair lie otU. Rate, richeilulca and I)f ncrltxlve Literature, Call on or Writ. M. H. BONE, Western Pass. At't., 410 Scollard Building, Dallas, Texas. (! (0 it New Buggies Arrived. We have now on display a mag nificent line of Buggies, Hacks and Phaetons t John Deere andVelie Brands (! it) 0 t w to yii iii vi il) ii U a: a 0 Our magnificeut stock of Hardware and Implements includes John Deere Walking and Riding Cultivators Majestic Steel Ranges Charter OaK Stoves QuicR Meal Gasoline Stoves and Refrigerators CLOSE PRICES EASY TERMS ivens, Gorhn & Frensley SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE VELMA. Specuir forresponuonce. " Velmn.I. T., May 14. Dr. W. Spears and family are visiting their old home In Orrwood, Miss. They will return hoer about the first of Jnno. Several of our pcoplo nttended tho Woodmen of the World unveiling of the George Mnnley monument nt Co mnnrbo last Sunday, Rev. J. J. Ward filled his regular appointment at tho Baptist church here Saturday nnd Sunday. TROUBLE NEAR COALQATE. Reported Dattle With a Gang Details Are Lacking. From parties who came In from Coalgate this morning it was learn ed thnt while Deputy Marshal Ilrnd- haw was out yostosday hunting for a fugitive from justice he was waylaid by a gang of outlaws. It Is roported that ho wns killed. Three deputies were at onco dispatched to tho scene of the trouble and tt'ore fired upon, presumably by tho same gang. Ono deputy came to Coalgato for assist ance and tt Is Impossible to learn If nnyono was killed. $5, $10 nnd $20 coupon books at this oElco. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho district court ot tho United States for tho Southorn district, at Ardmore. In tho matter of A. W. Wllborn, bankrupt, In bankruptcy. To the creditors of A. W. Wllborn, In tho Southern district In the Indian Territory, nt Ardmore, n bankrupt. Notlco Is hereby given that on tho 7th day of May, l'JOG, tho said A. W. Wllborn was ndjudged bankrupt, nnd that, tho first meeting of his creditors will be held at my offlco at the court house in tho city ot Ardmore, on the 29th day of May, 100C, at 10 oclock In Uie forenoon, nt which tlmo tho said creditors may nttond, provo their claims, appoint n trustee, cxamlno the bankrupt, nnd transact such other business as may como boforo said meeting. JOHN HINKXK. Refereo In llankruptcy. First published May 8, 190ft. $5, $10 and $20 coupon books at this offlco. ii l Vi Hi l il Vl Vl 0 ii i ii l a Hi ii ih id ih ib ii ii ii ii ii i ii i ii ill ill! A White Man's Restaurant CONDUCTED DY White People Beit Cnlslnt In Town ARDMORE AUTOMATIC, STORE CO, lINCOItrOHATKD) Capital Stock $50,000,00 Manataolarcrt ot Automatic Btorn.di Cabinet work ot all kind, and oTi-rjthlni In the rianlne Mill line. Baccenori t Fraler llroi., at their old itaod. NOTICE To Telephone Patrons Wo wish to nnnouncu thnt the extra charge- of llfty cents for lonf: distance instruments will he discontinued beginning April 1st, 1000. All patrons who do siro long distance, accommoda tions will first make arrange ments for credit with tho man agement, otherwise they will not bo granted long distanco privil eges, Do not force the operator to give you credit. CHICKASAW TELEPHONE COMPANY W. H. BERRY, Mgr. The Ardmoreite Latest Associated Press News For Salt at HOMER L. BOYD ft BRO. WHITTINCTON HOTEL Subscription Pries SOc tht Month v I FINEST FRESH MEATS Sausage, Ham, Clioico Roasts, Luscious Steaks, and Tender Sparo Ribs, Cured Hams : ; : ; : : . : Colory and Oysters OKAS. KERNER Market nrr Ollmer Hotel. I'booa 612 "The Wonder City" Eldorado Springs Hidden away in tho foot-hills of tho Northern Ozark slopes, in tho midst of green forosts, lies Eldorado Springs, Mo., an ideal health and plcasuro resort. Since the discovery of its now famous springs, thousands havo received benelits from its heal ing waters, and havo gono away eloquent testimonials of their curative properties. During tho summer soason, excursion tickets will bo sold to Eldorado Springs at Exceptionally Low Rates To those seeking a quiot, ideal place iu which to spend a sum mer vacation at a minnimum ex pense Eldorado Springs is most attractive. Tho full particulars about train service, rates, etc., may bo had f any M. K. it T. Agent, or ad dressing W. 8, ST. GEORGE, General Passenger and Ticket Agent ST. LOUIS, MO. DUy Ardmorelto 50c per month. THREE COTTON BELT EXCURSIONS. San Francisco, Cat., one tare plus 12 for Mm round trip. Selling June 2G to July 7, 190S, Incluglvo. Limited for return September 15, 1308. Los Angeles, Cat, one fare tor the round trip. Soiling September 3 to 14 Inclusive. Limit for return Octo ber 31, 1906. St. Paul, Minn., one faro plus $2. Selling May 26 to 30, 1906. Limit Juno 9, 1906. Dcs Moines, la., ono faro plus 12. Selling May 14, IE, 16, 17, 21 and 23, 1906. Limit May 31, 1906. Special excursions to Mexico, one faro tor tho round trip. Selling April 25 to May 6 nnd Hsptembcr 3 to 14, 1906. Limit July 31 and October 3L 1906. Special excursions to Mexico, ono faro plus 2 for the round trip. Sell ing Juno 25, July 27, 19l'J. Limit September 15, 1906. Very low rates will bo mado effec tive to tho following: San Antonio, Texas Tickets to be sold on convention basis Juno IS and 19, 1906. Limit Juno 22, 1906. Call on any Cotton licit agent for full Information regarding your trip or address D. it. MOROAN, Trav. Pass Agt Fort Worth, Tex. aus HOOVER, Trav. Pass. Agt. Waco, Texas. It. C. FYFE, Asst. Oer.. Frt. nnd Pass. Agt, Tyler, Texas. JOHN K. LEHANK, Qen. Frt nnd I'asi. Agt Tyler, Tex. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States court In tho Indian Torrltory, Southorn district: Com Alice Ilrown, plaintiff, vs. C. W. Drown, dofondant, No. CC28. The defendant, C. W. Ilrown, Is warned to nppear In this court la thirty days nnd nnswer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Cora Allco Drown, Witnoss tho Honorablo Hosoa Town send, Judgo of said Court, nnd tho soal thereof, this 25th day of April, 1906. (Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. Ily W. S. CROCKETT, Deputy. Urown & Turnor, attorneys. S. II. Ilutlcr, attorney for non-resident First published April 26, 1900. When you think ot good stoves yon naturally think ot Majestic Steel ranges and Chartor Oak cook stoves. UIVENS. CORHN & FRENSLEY. A Man of His Word Ii ono we bro confidence Id. I'rompl. nem la prime enentUI to incceii Id life. I!emlnote lite nd jou loir roar train. Good Lumber and Promptness la delivery I the reputation ot oar lumher rani. Our lumber U all wood not part wood and part rot, Ilka loni ell. Oood lumber and low prlcea meana u. SMITH-FRALEY LUMBER COMPANY ruo.NK no. n Plansifter Flour ABK YOUH OUOCEIt V 4 mmm Whaley Hill a Elevator Company