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Ardmore, Wednesday, May 16,
CASUAL PHILOSOPHY Even the offlce that socks tho man must flrst sco tho boss. "What a man docs Is Bt1?m bo Im portant as what ho Is going to do. . If wo had ourHvos to II vo over wo would all make our mistakes easier. Tho greatness that Is thrust upon a man generally goes to his head. Sweet arc the usesTof adversity, but like olives, It's a cultivated tasto. A tnio friciul Is one wno won't hold you responsible tomorrow for what you said today. Egotism Is merely" tho happy facul ty of pleasing ourselves. Tho size of a doTiar doponds on how many of them you havo. "When n trl Is ovor 30 you enn't fool her by sending lior candy nnd llowors. A fellow who llvos without working taay eventually find It hard work, Marrying n man to reform him Is a good bit like trying to make an om elette out of a bad ogff. Happiness Is TosVopt to be a mat' tor of lusk than pluck. Dyspeptics who love to cat lovo not wisely bifT Too well. Feoplo who glvo themselves awcy are not necessarily charitable There's always a woman In the case whon a female lawyer Is employed Any man who Is completely wrapped up In TftmsoTt Is a bundle or con cult. There are numerous s'uro-thlng con fldonco gnmos, but matrimony Is the surest. Ono can't oclTtnate tho amount of moral cournge'inman has oy his phys leal dimensions. Experience may be a groat toachcr, but a man's experience with a woman doesn't teach lilin sonse. "Oil's well that ends woll," romnrk ed the Standard as It knocked out an Independent oil wcli, Thcro Is going to bo a short cam palgn In Kansas. Concentrated lye as It wore. Absolution Is at an ond In Russia say tho dispatches. Now', why don't the Americans gel rid of It in this country? Thoro nro stlfl somo roSolllous sub Jects In the Philippines, but tho isl nnds arc gradually becorinlng depop ulated of natives' and mado fit for white men. 4- God tompora tho w?ntl to the shorn lamb. A warm wlntor bnlkcd tho coal trust, and a cool summor so far Is Shielding from tho icTTTrust. Theor Is only ono argumont Infavor of prohibition and ITIST Is tne at used at San Francisco. The people nro not capable of solf-govornment and need a policeman's club ovor their heads. John D. Rockefeller Is such' a good man that whon he reads how hit wicked subordinates have made hlin his monov he will inaltn rer::r:-.t.:. Tho recolvor Is as bad as tho oil tank driver. In robbing II. H. Rogers, oil mag nate, of $1 10,000,. Charlos I- Spier be came a public oncmy. Rogers needs the money nnd ho will collect It from tho oil consumers. Anothor equal rights nrgumont ap pears In (Tie failure of tho lllrth In surance company of Massachusetts. It was managed by womon exclusive ly and nil tho promlums were used up In expenses loavlng tTic policy holders with an empty bag, Men could have done the Job no cleaner. It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. How ofton do wo hear It remarked: "It's only a cold,' and a few dnys later learn that tTio man Is flat on his back with pneumonia. This Is of such common occurrence that n cold, how over slight, should not bo disregarded. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy counter acts any tendency of a col'l to result In pneumonia, and has gained Its great popularity nnd extjnslvo salo by Its prompt cures of this most com mon nllmcnL It always cures and Is pleasant to tako. For sal? by F. J. Ramsey, W. II. Frarao, Ardmoro Drug Co., Bonner & Donner. Police Fooled Again. C Inmor Steel ranges aro so cheap that tho pollco think we stole them. Sold and guaranteed by Stevens, Kenncrly & Spragtna Co. Sntlaflnl Thrtu All. Aunt 1'nnthea Drooks lived In a P'tlc New Hampshire village very I nj years without qunml.ng with nny jo. and was so thoroughly like J by i cry one for miles routtd that her popul ity excited the Interest of a summer vis itor. "Aunt lMuthca," he asked, "how Is It that you keep on such good terms vltli every one, while they nre nil cpiarrcllng among themselves" 'Well." said Aunt rnntlicrt, "belns as you aren't to stay hero long I'll tell rou. When I go down tlie street I meet Jason Puruy, and lie says, ' by, Panlben, how well you look!' " 'I'm gtnd you think so, Jason,' I say, smiling nt him. "Next minute up comes Ezry Drncut. " 'Well, now, Pniithea,' lie says, 'how porcly you are looking this year.' 'My land, Ezry, I wiy, 'how quick you nro to notice those tilings!' So It Is with everything. Those who like to think one way, I let 'em think It, nnd those who like to think the other, 1 let 'em think It." Who can deny that Aunt Panthca had discovered a comfortable philoso phy of life? Youth's Companion. l.ncnnlr. As Nntioleoii was one day passing In review some of his troops he came In front of nn old nnd faithful olllcor. who, perhaps from want of brilliancy on the man's part, had never Int-a nd- vnnced beyond the grade of captain, though he was well enough known to the Omperor, The omtH.-ror was pass' lng nt n slow trot. As he enmu direct ly In front of tho old cnptulii the otlleer saluted nnd snld loudly, but without any npparent movement of Hie mus cles of his face: 'Fifteen campaigns, private, cap tain!" And tho emperor, without turning bis head or slackening his pace, said: "Colonel, brigadier, baron!" Then ho was gone. There had, In deed, been no time for a word more than had liecn passed, but tlieso hnd sutilced for the captain to communi cate n long story and a reproachful complaint and for the emperor to set matters right with a military and so cial promotion. A Wine 1'nllirr. When Sherman Hoar, n lawyer of recognized ability, left the law school nnd opened nn otllco In lloston, Ills fa thor, Judge Hoar, was at the height of bis legal reputation. The young innu's flrst client was an Irishman, and the case, though only some smnll matter of n boundary Hue, wns one that required tho examination of a r .'JiIkt of deeds nnd records. Mr. IK u accordingly told his client to come back In two days for his opinion. The Irishman left the olllce. evidently very reluctant nt the delay. Turning at tho door, he asked, "Couldn't ye give me tho aw wer tomorrow, Mlsther Hoarr "No. no." was tho reply: "com on Thursday." The client went as far as the stairs, Then ho turned and tiptoed back to the door and put his head Inside, with a linger nt his lips. "Whist!" lie whispered. "Couldn't yo get to see your father tonight, Mlsther HonrV" lloston Herald. Can Anlninl UluiliT It Is hard to tell whether animals blush, for their faces aro covered so thickly with fur or hair or feathers that wo do not know what may be going on beueath. Were they as bare faced ns man It Is more than likely wo should see them blush, especially tho more bashful sort mid thoe with somo sense of shame. It Is a fact that the faces of vultures Hush, anil several of tho monkeys become purple with rage, which may be considered ns n kind of blushing. This may be proved any day In tho monkey house In the Ion don zoological gnrdens, where the ba boons seem to tly Into a passion on the smallest provocation. London Mali For n ClinnitP. "You don't mean to tell mo that you have named your baby 'Ananias r" "Yessuh." answered Undo Hen. "Dat's his name." 'Hut Aunulns was the most untruth ful man In history." "Dat's de reason. We's gwlntcr put dnt boy In politics. We'a been uamln' children 'George Washington foh years nn' It didn't do no good. Now wu's gwlnter try do other feller." Washington blur. Origin nt Alcohol. A scientist says that when people wero cave dwellers their diet consisted entirely of roots nnd fruits nnd that It ii not utiuntural to supiose that the food was often stored away. In course of time the fruit fermented, the sugui In it wns turned Into pure alcohol and tho cavo dwellers drunk It and got to like It. This was the beginning of the use of alcohol. Mrillctll. A young doctor sold to n girl: "Do you know, my dear. I Iiavo a heart affection for youT "Havo you had It long?" sho coyly required. "Oh, yes. I feel I will liver troubled llfo without you," ho responded. "Then you hud better asthma," sho softly murmured. The Vnloo at Ilxpt-rlrncr. Soulful Person Ah, yes; the Instruc tion of tho young must Indeed be a de lightful occupation! Is it not, profess or? Tito Professor Yes, madam; It Is not. Woman's Homo Companion. Settled. Cbolly Peoplo talk about a "horse laugh." Horses never laugh while I'm around. Miss Pepperly Then they can't laugh, that's all. Chicago News. To be happy Is not the purpose of our being, but to deserve happiness. Flchte. THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. DENTAL ASSOCIATION. That of Indian Territory io Meet In Ardmore May 17 and ID. Tho Indian Territory D-atal Aso- elation will meet In ArJunre May 17 and IS. The following progiani has been announced: Thursday May 17, 9 a. m. Invocation, Rev. J. M. Cross. Address of Welcome Mnyor R, W, Dick. Rosponse, Dr. J. K. Wrlsit, if South McAlestor. President's Annual Address, Dr. A. K. Honncll, Muskogee. Discussion opened, Dr. C. W. Day, Vlnltn, I. T. 11:30 n. in., Duslness Sosslon. Clinics. 1. Table Cllnlc-Sbowlns Suction of Air Chambor In Plate Work Dr. A. F. Grlswold, Muskogee. 2. Table Clinic Cusps for Crown Work Without Dies Dr. R. V. Adlor, Adnlr. 3. Table Clinic Porcelain Ilrldgo of Six Anterior Superior Teeth Elimin ating nil linking Dr. J. Herman Nicholson, Dallas, Toxas. 4. "Gold Inlay," practical case Dr. C. Clarence Perry, McCuraln. C. "Pressure Anaesthesia, practical. Dr. J. H. Promt, TTynnowood C. Demonstrations "An Alumina Silica Cement,' Dr. W. V. U. Ames, Chicago, Ills. 7. "Cavity Preparation for Alloy Fillings," Wr. J. E. Wright, South Mc Alcster. 8. "New Method Non-Cohoslvo Gold Filings," Dr. F. G. Wcrthly, Kansas City. Mo. May 17, 1:30 p. m, 1. Papor "Putrescent Pulps," Dr. J. M". Staples, Atoka. Discussion opened Dr. J. G. Abcr- nethy, Ardmore. Papor "Pyorrhoea Alveolnrls," Dr. Herman Prlntz, St. Louis, Mo Discussion opened Dr. S. A. Ung, 3. Paper "Anesthetics," Dr. J. I Fann, Ardmoro. South McAlestor. Discussion oponcd Dr. J. II Prof- fltt, Wynnowood. 1. p. m., Duslness Sosslon. May 18, 9 a. m. I. "New Method of Swaging Gold Crowns," Dr. Harry McMlllon, Kansas City, Mo. 2. "Practical Distal Approx Occlusal Contur Fill, Eoff'a Golu," Dr. A. E Ronnell, Wynnowood. 3. Tabic Clinic "Cnst Aluminum nnd Silica Plate, (nrothy Method) Practical Case Porcelain Restoration," Dr. S. A. Long, South McAlestor, 4. Table Clinics "A Few Practical Points," Dr. W. S. Williams, Durnnt 5. Demonstration of Obturator for Cleft Palate, n pleco of continuous cum work on platinum Dr. E. J. 51 Ills, Potcau. C, Cnso (to bo announced) Dr. D, J. M'eIIlon, Kansns City. 7. Table Clinic "Root Canal Fll Ings," Dr. A. E. Adams, Ardmore, May 18, 1:30 p. m. 1. Paper, "Hemorrhngo After B traction." Dr. E. J. Mills, Potonu Discussion oponed Dr. Adlor, Adair. 2. Paper (to bo announced) Dr. A. L. Waters, Chccotah. Discussion opened. Dr. D. C. Cun ningham, Conlgato 3. Papor "Amalgam Filings," Dr, Paul S. Coleman. Wllburton. Discussion oponcd Dr. C. Clarcnco Porry, McCurtaln. 4. Taper "A Fee ntll In Dentistry for tho Indian Territory," Dr. A. E. Adams, Ardmore. Discussion oponed Dr. A. E. Stub- bleflold, Vlnltn. G. Papor ''Tho Unscrupulous Ad vcrtlslng Dentist," Dr. H. A. Weeks, Hnrtshorne. Discussion opened AW E. Ilusby South McAlestor. 4 p. m HutilneFB Sosslon Eloc tlon of officers for tho onsulng year. Selection of placo for noxt mooting. Special All the Week At tho New Stonm laundry on flat work. 25 plecos or moro, sucli as sheets, towels, rags, pillow slips, nap kins and counterpanes, assortod to suit yoursolf, for 2G cents. Stop tho rod wagon ond got your buudlo In onr- ly. Phono 575. Satisfaction guaranteed, Ctf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY. LADY MACCABEES. Belle of tho Prilrl IIlvo No. 1, Ladles ot tho Maccabees meets ou tho first and third Mon days ot each month at 7:30 p. m., In the Oddfellows Hall. MRS RUTH E. DAULTON, Lady Commander. URS. JOSEPHINE CARR. K of R. $5, $10 and this ofheo. $20 coupon bookr at Mr. IJngwell Is the "trouble" man at the New Steam Laundry. He will cor rect nil errors, pay for shortage and collect your bill. 13-tf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY. TJME TABLE. Frisco, Eastbound No. 42 hMve, 6.0g No. 44 loavos 12:50 p. m Westbound- No. 43 arrives ;06 . m rio. 41 arrives 7;3S . m Choctaw-Rock Island. Eastbound No. 84 (local)!eave 7:00 a. m No 10 leaves 1:40 p. m Westbound No. 9 arrives l-io n No. 83 (local) arrives 8:30 p. m Santa Ft. Southbound- No. 6 i-rxi i m No. 17 4:20 . m No. 19 i::s6 p. m Northbound No. 6 12:M a. m No. 18 11-65 , m. No. 20 6:35 p. m. Nos. 6. 6. 19 and 20 are locnl train whllo Nos. 17 and 18 stop nt the small or stations only on being (laRgea. LAWYER8. W. P. Davis. W. F. Freeman. Ollle Anderton. DAVIS, FREEMAN & ANDERTON. Laywers. Rooms 4 and 5 New Uulldlng West of Court House. Phono COL Ardmore, I. T. WM. B. MATTHEWS. Attorney at Law. Will practice tirfnrath ttnli.,1 Ht.tr. Mi,. iirrniP Courl. Court of Clilmi. to, I ill ihr uriorunrma mi coinmitten of CoDk-ron For Heht jean In U.S Utne rl Lod Omce, Mftttrrft brdrn CotiL-rca an, limit.,, ni.tm. m aiTi'iiiiy One of thr -nltr.rn of "Mitthttr .t Con. T :i)ltfp.t." Anllinrnr "M.iih.,il.1. . .imiiipH . Kirm or rioiiini;," Elc. i(rr to Editor of tb tntr. OJlCr: 1IM V.tr VfirV Iran,,. U..KIM... Capt J. W. Ellis. W. D. Halfhlll ELLIS U. HALFHILL, Rooms 21 ond 22, Homestead llldg.. Civil and Indian builncss excluae- iveiy. MUSKOGEE. IND. TEIL W. D. Johnson L. 8. Dolmin JOHNSON A DOLMAN. Attorneys at Law. Ardmore, I. T. WILLIAM W. WRIGHT (Itrk-Utercd Attorprr.l (Formerly with Dawes Commission) contests, Ullzenshlp Cases and oths matters beforo tho Interior De partment, Exclusively Rooms 407 and 8, Corcoran butldiny, Washington, D. C. 0A. J. XArrLia Cu.i. II UsauiAi Cutniiler"tndUo AcIItb Lw tod Treat!" Court rractllloot KAPPLER & f.'.ERILLAT Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law. Practice before all Coartit Ooovreaa. Uo eramiDi uepinmenta a coismiiiiooi. lodlan cain a ipecUltr. Office. Hood Max. KaatalnitoK, D PHY8ICIANS. General Practice. Chronic Diseases a Specialty. F. V. BRYANT, M. D. Homoeopathltt. Offlco Rondo! Dulldlng. Hours 9 to 11 o. m., 2 to 6 p. m. Offlco phono 93 ltesldcnco phone C90, R. D. Uooro J. H. Hargrave Res. Phone -13. Res. Pcono 619 Otllco Phono 4'ja. MOORE & HARGRAVE. Physicians and 8ur(eons. Office in Frensley Uulldlng over Hotcbklss Jewelry Store. Special attention to treatment ot piles and diseases ot women. CL J. P. FANN, Dentist, Over Hall & mills.. Dr. W. H. Enloe. Dr. E. J. Woodard ENLOE & VOODARD, DENTISTS. 0mcc8 In Ardmoro anil Marietta DR. C. L. McCANN. Office: Stong Uulldlng, over Hall HIUIs. Telephones: Otllco 682 residence C83. Q. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (Offlco over Hall & Hlllla) Phones Otllco 349; residence 307 DR. PRl-IP 8TEPHENS Offlce Rondo! building. ..Offlco phono 572. Residence 428 F.P.VOH KULLUU.M.D. U. U. HE.N11Y. U.fi, Ut: rbone it Itei. Pbone J7P Office 1'oods lie von KELLER & HENRY Physicians and Surgeons. Sje, Ear Note and Tbroat Bneclallm Bpeotaolea A Kro Olano aocuratoly filled, Offlce over Uonoer & llonner'i, Itoomi I lot DR. J. M. VADEN Physician and Surgeon. OQlco hours from 8 to 12 and l td 4 and 7 to 9.. Off.co Noble ulldlng. Offl:e phone t!S; residence 71. - J. M. MCMILLAN . Surveyor.' All work accurately done and Guaranteed. Madlll ' Ind. Ter. L RATES TO CALIFORNIA .Will Remain In Effect on the Santa Fe Railway. Owing to the recent disaster In San ' Francisco there will be no meeting of the Natlonnt Educational Assocla tlon In 1906. In order that those who hae antlcl pated the pleasure of making a trip o California mny not bo disappointed the Santa Fe has dTlued to permit, rates and arrangements for the nbovi named meetings, as heretofore mi' nounced, to remain In effect For those that mny not be fnml'.lar with these arrangements we give them below: For National Educational Associa tlon convention nt San Francisco, to lmvf been held In July, a rate of oih fare plus 2 for round trip will be ef fect, selling June 25 tq July 7, final limit September IS. As stoiwver privilege are allowed on these tickets, you msy visit th" Grand Canyon of Arizona, Petrified Forest nnd Mokl Indian Pueblos Drop me a card for d escrlpf I ve book lets nnd nny other Information you mny desire regarding trip to Calltm nla. W. S. KBKNAN, Galveston Texas. O. P. A., O. C. & S. F. It. R. NOTICE TO GUARDIANS. Relative to Chickasaw and Choctaw Per Capita Payment. Amendatory to tho request contain ed In the public advertisement of the coming Choctnw-Chlckasnw nor cap- Itn payment that guardians of minor Indians Immediately send to the office list of all persons for who they have been appointed gunrdlan and de sire to draw the amount due their wards, all guardians, curators and ad ministrators nro furtner advised that payment can only be made to them ujK)n certified copies of their original letters, and In nddlton to tho custom- nry certificates by tho clerk of the court that such nre true copies, It must also be shown In tho certificates of tho clerk tlfnt such lotters are In full force and effect at this time. This requirement Is necessary by renson of tho fact that many guar dlans have cither resigned or their ap pointments have been rovoked by the courts. DANA H. KEISEY, United Stntes Indian Agont, Union Agency. Gnlnmor ranges nro guaranteed See our nd. 4 Stevens, Kenncrly & Spraglns Co. G. C. & S. F., Ry Excursions. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mex., Sort. 3rd to 14th. Rato 3G. National Educational Association Convention, San Francisco, Col., June 25th to July 7th. Rnto 162. General Assembly Presbyterian church, U. S. A., Dob Moines, Iowa, May 14th, 1C, 17 21st and 23rd. Rate $21.10. Ulonnlal Meeting General Federa tion of Women's clubs, St. Paul, Minn., May 2Cth. 2Stb, 29th nnd 30th Rote S2S.G0. Territorial Log Rolling and Class Adoption, Modorn Woodmen of Araer Moy 14, 15, 1C, 17 2-st and 23rd, Roto $4.45. TrI-Stnte Convention Missionary Society, M. E. church, Kansas City, Mo., May 14th to 17th. Rato $10.C0. Natlonnl llaptlst Convention, Los Angeles. Cnl., Sept. 3rd to 14th. Rate $50. Convention Inter-Denominational Territorial Sunday school, Hobart. O. T. We will soil tickets to Oklaho ma City or Lindsay, May 26th to 30th. $4 and $2.G0. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mex., Juno 25 to July 7th. Roto $38. W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agent. FRISCO EXCURSIONS. San Francisco and Los Angeles, Cat National Educational Association, An nual Convention, July 9 to 13th, 190C Rate, one way first clnas fare plus $2 Date of .sale. Juuo 25tn to July 7th Return limit September 15th. Stop overs allowed on either going or re turn passago, for full particulars as to stop-over privileges, dlverso routes and etc. Sco your locnl agent. Dcs Moines, Iowa. General Assem bly Presbyterian Church. May 16, to 29th. Rate. Ono faro plus $2.00, for round trip. Dates ot sale, May 14, 15, 16, 17, 21 and 23rd. Return limit May 3 lot. Eureka Springs and return. On sale dally from Feb. 1st. Rate, $12.50, re tun limit 90 days. Rato $17.60, re turn limit 6 months. Sulphur .Springs, I. T., and return On sale dally from March lit, Rate $2.60, return limit 90 days. Saint Paul, Minn., Biennial Meet lng, General Federation of Women't Clubs, May 30 to June 7th. Rate, one way fare Plu $2 for round trip. Datei of sale, May '26, 28, 29 and 30th. Re turn limit, June 9th.. W. A. 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