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Ardmore, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1900.
THE DAILY APDMOREITB Catarrn cannot be washed away with sprays itiln.Hhons and ich treat ment, nor can it be smoked out with medicated tobacco, ctca ttcs, etc. When you attempt to cure Catarrh with such things you arc w.i tiuir time and allowing the impurities and poisons in the blood, which p jducc the jUscase, to get so firmly rooted as to become not only n disKustiV trouble, but a very dangerous one Theannoylnjc symptoms of riiiKing noises in the ears 'hawking and spitting." lieadacl.es, mucus dropping back into the throat impairment to the senses ol taste and smell, and a feeling .if general - i ?' VfVf I ?VS ls a .dccp scated causc for Catarrh. This cause is n polluted and unhealthy condition of the blood, and the disease cannot be u . ," I'3 ire,?ov , 'Hie only way to get nd of Catarrh peitnanently t0 I" r,fv S S S is the ideal remedy for this purpose. It frooti clear. the system of all Impurities, puirts the blood of all catarrhal matter and poisons, and effectually checks the progress of this disgusting Mid .far-reaching disease S. S. S. puts the blood in pe-fect order, and as iim pure, Healthy L',d goes to every nook and corner of the body Catarrh w ! permanently cuu-i lk.k with inff.riuatin., ,bout Catarrh and medical advice free. 7HE SWJFr sPECfiC CO., ATLANTA, GA. J. A. BIVEMR. op..m. DON LACY, Vlcu Pr.ildw.t The GItv APDMOHE, INDIAN TERRITORY CaPltal Surplus Funds Afrwiat ol rci tad tadWIdunhi accorded L P. ANDKltflim.rretldsa O. L. AWDHIlflCVt, Uathlt FIRST N ATIONAL Armr, Indian Territory Capital raid !B Surplus. Funds . To,aI rue ol'lfisct in Imlltn TerrH'.j. Aoeounii of nrma ml inaiTiaoan tenoned upon th moat llbi.ru! tarrcr ooctltt,. nil!, ifooo tianilni; The News from Is that mores of the Fire Insurance conipauii's will fail before the losses are all settled. If your Fire Insurance is with Cauteu &, Cannon you can rest assured that the company insuring you will not bo one of thorn that fail. CARTER & CANNON All Kinds of Insurance P. 0. Blda.. Phone 22k An Army of Vvagons Are standing ready to malto quick deliveries of good? you buy Here. We 4 ----- i Heinz' s 57 varieties of PicKles and Preserves, Allegretto's Fine Fresh Chocolate Creams "Queen of the Pantry" Flour, Chase Sanborn's Coffee Fine Fruits jud everything else good to eat, "under one roof." I GROCER i; ...hi.I T8' Six month's scholarship and Oliver Typewriter (new) $100 Six Month's scholarship and Underwood Type writer (new) $125 helrlilgo Duslnosa College ls tho largest, tho best equipped, tho most practical, tho most progressive and the wont successtol Busl nous College ii tho New State Owns und occupies Its own build tag, which together with groMuls and equipment, cost $1&,5Q0. Tho best oqulnpod Typewriting Department lu tho Southwest Good board can bo had at f 12.50 per month. Unlimited scholar ship $10.00. Students may eator nt any time. Iteferonco: Ay bjnk or bwles8 flrnt lu Ardmoro. jie-x Send far handBomo illaitrated catalog It'a freo. G. P. SELVIDGE, A. M., M. Accts. PRESIDENT SELVIUGE BUSINESS COLLEGE Ardmoro, Ind. Tor. CURES CATARRH a. H. PALMER, Cashier FRED C. CARR, AttL CasMft? Mona! Bank $100,000.00 75.000,00 solicit!. Courttotu tratnat to ail allk. H. P. FRB.1BLBT. Vlot-rraa. O.B. UAUF1N, til l Ciililrr 8 40,000 240,030.09 'J33a.0C0.0W is San Francisco BANK 1 i EHnHHnnBaHnai keen m stock: i GROCER Six month's scholarship, booHs and board (to ChicKasaw students only) $40 I ARDMO RE.. 'ND.TEfi. J S I SPECIALS I I WAR GN DREAD WHITE PLAGUE MOST NOTABLE MEDICO-SANITA. RY CAMPAIGN IN HISTORY. More Than One Thousand of the Most Distinguished Scientific and Medical Men of the World Meet to Discuss Disease. New Vork, Nov. II. In rcnonto to a communication addrosiod by See rotary Itoot to United Statu dln'o maiic representative In nil Amaricuu cou.iirtes. an.l to nil linmnwi.1 ntt tiuns hating colonics In tno Western Hemisphere, more tiuiu u thousand ot tllbtliiRiilsned sc.entltlc and medical men of tliu world mot Here today at what promises to be tno most nota bio ini'dico-sanltary campaign In all History, ilio chief object at the meet lug Ih to discuss the cause, proven tlon and cure cr consumption, and uv ery stage and symptom ,.f tre t.iirlbla wnito plague win lie connldered. Now discoveries In regard to tit .lljeaae will bo announced and preventative legislation 5ml Htate sanitariums will bo advocated. As a majority of the delegates were appointed by the kov ernora of medical boards ot the van qui states, It Ih believed that these recommendations will bo speedily act ed upon. According to the figures compiled by the Amerlcan-lntcruntlonni co'j Kress, not Iohh than 8.U00.U00 of 75 UU0.000 deatlm nt tho present ratio In tho United States arc duo directly t consumption, and not less than one seventh ot the entire human race die from the samo disease. Of C00.0U0 consumptive patients In thig crump, It Is oBtlmated that at leats; riOn.ooo will ultlmatel dlu becausj of the ra vages of the plaKtio. AmoiiB the paptra read ai to,lay' session was one by Dr. .Mini Tune dllvt. the dlBtlnKuluhoil Vloiiiia '.iitlior- Ity on tubeietiloslH. l:e Mil m pai "It wo Inquire Into the corU'.ions and oppoioltloB of ti.m-ii tdort s in fection wo first moo. Tie niie:;tIoii ot hnbltatlcn. The abode the ii'ivetiv stricken, the iiomo of riiiinio'- end misery, la tno most V. jionant brood ing jjlaco of consiimut'on. i i -nii"h ventilation, suimlilno and sanitation aro ImpdsiToIo in the shmia. The not son of dlseaso breeds In the filth I wnicli fills tno air and which aec.i niulatcs on the walls, on the floors on the furniture, on tno clothing and on human bodies. Htress should be laid upon tho fact that dwellings will not become dangerous as germ breed era by short nnTT temporary use by a patient, but only by long and Ircnuent uso where sanitnry precautions are ir ; heeded. "Next to such dwellings, several sani.nr'i ins, und t ceitai" condltloi r aic t'.. most 1'angerous lor the gravatlou and dissemination of the dlseaso. Thousands of patients enjoy lug better sanitary conditions at home, arc bundled off to sanitariums and return In n worso condition, or In a coffin. Experlonco teaches that tho oldor'n sanitarium tho moro dan gorous It Is for patients, attendants und tho commu.ilty In which It Is io cated. "As foi the tuberculosis term Itself 'it appears to me that Koch's attempt to lnfuso cattlo with human tuhorcu losls failed because ho used virus not thoroughly lermonted cr not uilly put reffed. If ho had taken a cow into a flick chamber Inoculated with the germ he might have had bettor sun- ceas. "All enfeebling diseases ma be come developing factors of consump tion. Heredity plays the most lninort. ant part, however, and proventatlvo legislation prchlbltlng tho marriage or consumptives and demanding hot tor sanitary conditions Is most neea od. I pray i.int your congiess may re sult In such action as will at lctst tend to prevent tho United States from falling to tho level of Europe." In Praise of Chamberlain's Remsdv. Cough There ls no other inodlel tured that has received so much praise mm bo inuny expressions of gratitude us imamoeriain'H Cough Itemedy. It Is offectlve, and oromnt rellof fniir.o Its use. Grateful parents ovorywhoro nu uui iiv.-nii.ue to testily to ita merits for tho benetit or others. It Is a cer tain euro for croup and will prevent of the nttnek If given at first appear ance of tho disease. It Is especially adapted to children as It Is pleasant to take and contains nothing injur ious. Mr. 13. A. Humphrey, a woll known resident and clerk in tho stoto of Mr. K. Lock, of Alice. Cnn fYilnnv , South Africa. Bays. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough' rtemedy to war 'off croun and rnldn In mv frimiiu 1 found It to bo very satisfactory and it hiivj uiu iiitTvi.Mii 1 if ill riK'niiimiiiui ir - For sale by P. ,T. Kamsoy. W. 11 Frame, Ardmore Drug Co., and Hon nor & Ilonar. True and tried fr'cnds of tho family Hewitt's I.ittlo Rarly Risers. Good pills. Sold by Hoffman Drug Co. True and trlod friends of tho fumil -DoWltt's Little Koilv Hlsor n.i.A 'pills. Sold by Iloffmua Dnir C . A FAMOUS UlMlviUNU. Curlnn ln l.li-nl !, (,r lll.forr nf I ho Holiliiuiir. The Koliluour fell luio the l.an.u , . the ruler of I liWn tpiest of the Punjab became a i,v slon of Queen Vietnila In the . . .)(). J lie Ill's I nut limit I,- 111.. 1,1 1..,. ., thli inatehlfM kciii N by nu eiwtoi-.i moiinreli, who reier tea "Jewel tnluo I at one half the dally e.peues of the whole world.' A century or two Lit. r the PoiKlan conqueror of 1 ltd lit . ei ii ' the ilianietKl itlirter l.i tho lurimn the unfortunate rajah, exelitlmwl. w ith rougn mid Bomewli.it eotly luitiior (.tin, let ih chnii-jo utti- tnt-h m.- t. Jileilgo or fiieiidnhlpr TU exri, m wan promi.tly orfivtod. The Hi. me i. n at lat Into the U:wU of the Itnilsli ami lwiidlm; ltn delivery to the ei i air .loini i.-itttvncp, iinerwnid l.or.l Lawrenee. xrnn imi.le Km jru.irdlnu. inn LilKcrniihor. Ho-iWortli Smiili r... iatet a i-urfniM liu l.loiit of Its eiiMt.nly llalf iineuieliuwly Sir .lohu tlirunt It. wrappwl up In nuinerout folda of cloth, into hl.t waWteimt t.ehet. the wl.i.. !... Uig hi an InsiRiiiiiiuiii little lo. He cunt luiietl the work upon which he was eng.iced and thought no more or his previous tl-enxuro. lie elm Dirml Fit j clothes for dinner and threw his waist coat aside. Mill forgetting all about tho little box contained In It. .Some weeks aftei-witnl .1 came rrom the viceroy naylng that the queen had ordeied the jewel to li Im mediately trapHinltted to her. in a moment the fact of hi eni-i.i..u.. neH (!.i-died across Kir .lohn, hut he llpeI awnv lo his lirli-iit.. and with IiIh heart In his mouth Font lor tils old bearer, or whom ho asked: Have you a flinall box that wn in my witlstco.it pocket oiiie time ago?" ICS, S.11U!)" lie 111.11, r,.,,!!,,,! .. found It mid nut It In vniip ,'in.ot .it tlruwerii." "Hrlug it here." said .Slr.tntin ",.,, oroered when the little box had oceii iitodneed. ami see u-lmt 1.. Hide." lie watched the mini Willi ffnivit a tw My as fold after fold of tin tiiiion on. "There Is nothing hero. Mihlli" the old inn 11 nt i,.i. ..,, ... 1.1. f giaH. -nmulay Magnnlm. DINING TABLES. riif 'I'l-un-.ilinii ...... '-Ht Una tl of r!niltlt .linn. "ill. ilr' iiiniiiif tnUU Just a lil . : ,.r lnlio in fi Im. .if ...... ..1 but even iirlmltlve mn 11 must coon Have .-ieil that Hum.. ,l..,-l....o .it.. not provide ror the eniiifurt.il.l,. ,iu. posal of his legs and have set iilmut taxing an his luuenultv to iiiv.mt Blltllft tiling eise. It Is lirolmble llmf nd ti... res-ilt or his cogitation., a rough hewn pleee of bi:ird Hliniiortml mi (-.. 1,1,. sioues enmo into rashlon among tin elite In these far tireliNinrle ttm.u uie party ire t o table uiit.i. ust in the beglnnliiL' of the iirt......n. century consisted of n iiuriiiloioi-i-n,!. .,t wood, fashioned Into 11 board, resting ujiou two or more netlestnl.lll.-.. .m. ports. And we Iiate a reminiscence of tins movable kind of Inbln in 11. I 11V. presslon. "A seat at the board." today. nun., mm ot "inaiiig tno ihalr" Is oh vlously a survival ol' the limn chair was the place of honor reserved ror Hie master or the bonne or given by the grand seigneur to tho lrneji lie ivIhIhnI to honor, ilio """- IMtMVW sitting upon rude beiu-hes l:iee, nt im; iue or tno table. One (1111 llllnullle the lllr,.nt..n ............ nviltlll at th" head of bis now itt chul in his best iMttiuhin and surround ed by a select nnd admiring company of his Intimates, who ate roast flesh literally off the festive hoard mul -t. . drank the first toast nt this llrnt prime val dinner parly In his honor In conl water from a stream hard by. r0r.i this stage to plunks resting on rude tresth-a would be an o:is-j t iri.ib-m..i. and ..ivillzatlon had of emirse made consider:! uie nroirw-st bef.n-.. n. ,. ports and the board were Joined as eir pure or riiinltmv. 'I'lie Word "St ml to." ..iu... ,-, ,;,. 0, lm. njunv rc.ivigi. words Hint have aeelliuate.1 them Kelves In the llngllsh language. It Is a reeent Import from Italy, unknown o .lohnsoii's Dictionary and apparent ly not occurring before Hie uliieterntii century, but It his uupplhsl a want Study," whhh is the real Knglish lor "sttulie." suggot.s u ronm for rending and writing, ami work room" lacks tlistim livcuexs. Tho I'reiieh get along with "atelier." which literally mentis a place In which small pi inks are pre pared-in other words, a carpenters workshop. ';.. .ii,.h 1 .1 'I he tllilill.- cIiim In Is It true that tho modern Knglinh novel render Insists upon hearing nbout the ri.-h or tin. great? I ean haiilly think so when I remember the many successful works of tiff ion dealing with costers and Scottish ininlster.-i, Journalists und typists. aetresM-s nnii novelists. The Disraeli typu of novel seems almost extinct, nnd the great bulk or works of tletlon deals with the middle classes. I.DiiiJon I,adv I.X)Iiik Tor III,,,. 'Thcif's 11 new vomit man .tilti,,,- .... Miss .Maud this evening," ald the rot terrier, "and he seems real nice." "ios, I heard her sav ho w M4 llli 'at enough lo eat." replied the bulldog on the luwu. "That's what I'm waltlug ror."-Ililliidelplilii I.etli;er. WnniKiiS I'arl, "What part of spetvh Is 'woman.' iwr "Woinan Isn't part of speech, mv son. Site's the whole speech." He Is truly rich who desires notli lug, and he 1s truly iwor who covets ll.-Holon. When You're eady 10 jiuim don t overlook th fnt Hint n l. D.ivU can furnish yo Uui host mill work f nnyon in the city and can aUt mra joit money on lumbr. All Kinds of Shop W, I, OiVIS and Mill Work GOff PRACTICAL Tinners and Plumbers Moved to South Washington Street PROFESSIONAL COLUMN LAWYERS II. C. Poturf. POTTERF A WALKPti Attorneya and Counnflors at Iun Ardmore, Ind. Ter. Udon u. ynins. Albeit .. uc SAM3 & LEE, Attorneys At Law. tide" in Vohlo lllilg. Phono No flfl'J Ileal Kutate, I.iw nnd Titles a Specialty. 1 Cent. J. VV Elilk. W. D. Hilfhll CLLIO & HALFHILL. nooma 21 and 22, liomostead Hld. Civil and Indian Dullness exc!u ivoiy. MDSKOOEU, IND. T11IL WILLIAM V. WRIGHT (IteiMtrHfl Atturnnv (FormcrtT with n.-iwou Cnmmtl. .. Contests, Citizenship Casog and otL mailers oetore 100 intorior Do Dartment. RreliiHlvW Olllces Washington Lonn & TruJt building. Waabington, D. C. Ohai. J. KAri'La OliAi.il Mhuilla- Oomnllor "IndUo Antiv Lavi and Treatlt." Ooort I'rotlllonei KAPPLER A MERILLAT Attorney and Couniolora-at-Law. Praottoii before nil Cnurtai Oonitren, U01 erniaiDt DrpurtmonO and Cnmmlntoai Indian oaiea a atieoUltr. Offloe, Bond bldir. Washlaatea. D J. a. Nioohl. Attorney at Law Olllcc over Hamilton's Shoe Store CLINTON O. DUNN. Attorney at Law Ardmoro W. F. Frcemnu. Ollla Antlorton. FHEEMAN S. ANDERTON, Lawyers. Pennington & Sims lluildlug. PHY8ICIAN0. K.r.TOH KELLER,,!!,!). 11. II. IIKHltV, K. E Ui. l'bonc tl llei. rbone 7i' OlUoe PhoLC UC von KELLER A HENRY Fhyciclauc and Surcsoni. Urc, Kir Moie and Throcl Hnr,illn. f peotnoloi a Kro (llaaiet nooaratelr f.ttiC onoa OThr nencnr .t Ilunnsr'a, Korjma 3 lo DR. C. L. Mr.RANM. Offico: Htong Building, over Hall i itinuB. Toteanones: OUlce as reildenco C83. C E. SHACKLLFORD, M. D. Physician and burgeon. Ofhco Jinnilol Uulldlcg. OlUet Phono CCt; Ilcsldence 744. Q. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (OfflCn ovnr ltnll A lltlll. Phonea OBlcs 349: realdence 367 DR. J. E. WOODARD. Dentltt. .ltoom 12, NoDlo ilulldmg, next to lit. J. M. Vaden'o Office. Phone 68. DR. J. P. FANN, Dentltt, Over Hall & HlUts.. Phone No. 401, ANDERSON & WHITAKER, Veterinary Surrjeons. Ofllco: Smlth'a Livery Haru. Phone 125. The Dally Ardmorelte 5CC a month, .JOS Plansifter Best Flour on the tnai h-t,, a clicap? Mitdf nico nnd frcKli ov cry liiy, by your flome Mill Mvoey sack of foods wc tnako fully inmrontocd. Sold by till of our Grt- ct rs for tho prist, 8 years. Whaley Mill Elevator Co. PLASTERER For First-Class Plastering? see Undo Tom, the Plasterer, All work guaranteed flrat elasn. It la now locatod In Ardmoro ami wSl mnho hl.s hoadaua'rtcrfl at lA. !. Joan lumber yard. Ills 31 years' oxpericwra wiu give you n flrat claaa Job. iCa cornea to our town recommended sas a first class plaator6r and it will hn juu. iiiicnai 11, nuo junj Hug jj prices and flrat clntiH work, h'nr Si. formation, see A. 1-Vjonoi. .. AMERICAN - -o 4 a- Hotel and Restaurant Kiirnpiian'Plan W. J ALEXANDER, Proprietor. Catcra to I'lrt Olnm Trade Onl'r OPIJN DAY AND NIOUT it D. REDFIELD INSURANCE AGENT - $ Prompt Sottlotricnt on Piri 5 and Tornado LostiOs. - - - - 'j ARDMORE HACK LINE D. K. FLYNT, Prop. Hack lenvea for Healdtoa at G.30 a. m. B'HacUIeavo3 for Elk at T:J' a. m. Direct connection with all Inland towna weBt j: Ardmoro. Loavo all bundles u. XoDl I5roa.' Store. Kodol for Uvsueimbt rnntninu tt.u dlxestlvo JulctH of a hoaltbv tnr,ni. and will put your Btomnch in shas tu puriorm us imiwrtan. runctlon of u Plvltlg tho boilv nml hi-. I., atreugth building blooIl Dlnstu you eat. relieves Indigestion, Sold, iy WHY . A. Wulkor M use Flour iiimlo by cut 1 I bkIo nulls, who Imvo 110 I H inttrost in AUUMOIlli, M I when you oan got 1 iiumuau ui-ut: uo,