The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 94, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 17, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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A TIXA5 WONDER
akhiS qhwat discovery.
Uno small bpttlo of Hall's Great
Discovery cares nil kldnoy and blad-
dor troublos rouiovos gravol cures
diabetes seminal emissions wook
ond lame bock rheumntlsm and nil
Irregularities of tho kidneys and
blnddor In both men and women
ilogulatos bladder trouble In chil-
dren. H not sold by your druggist
will bo sent by mall on rocolpt of 1.
Ono small bottlo Is two month's
treatment and will euro any cause
Dn. K. W. IIjlll
Solo manufacturer lit Louis Mo
formerly Waco Texas.
Sold by all druggists and W. D.
Frame Ardmoro I. T.
Temple Texas April 29 1699.
I havo used Hall's Uroat Discovery
for bladder and kidney trouble and
woftld not tnko a thousand dollars
for tho benefit received from using
ono bottle I tcol that I am per
V. It. TYLKlt I). D. 8.
Tho AniiMOiiMTE will mnko.tbo
qbargo of 1260 for cacb announce-
ment this will also Includo the
candidates namo on tho prlntod
tickets on election day. No an-
nouncement will bo printed unless
accompanied by tho cash.
W. T. Q AitUNRK announces himself
as a cundldato' for ro-olectlon for
Mayor for tho city of Ardmoro at the
election in April.
FOR POLICE JUDGE.
Hahvky A. Youncidlood announ-
cos'llmself as n- candidate for the
office of l'ollce Judge for tho city of
Ardmoro at the election In April. r --
FOR CHIEF OF POLIOEy
Robert Q. Ukioaiis nnnodncos
himself a candldato for the office of
Ohlef of Pollco of the city of Ard
moro at the election in April.
FOU CITY ATTORNEY.
James Ii. Mathers announces
himself a candldato for tho office of
Oity Attorney for tho Olty of Ard-
moro at the election In April.
ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR.
W. R. Ron rut s announces himself
as a candidate for ro-oleotion for
Tax Assessor and Collector for the
city ot Ardmoro at tho election In
lion McQiikk announces himself
a candldato for re-election for Olty
Scavenger for the city of Ardmore
at the election In April.
O. S. Hailky announces himself as
n candldato for City Scavengor for
the olty of Ardmoro at tho election
J. W. Oollkdok announces blm
self a candldato for Alderman for tbo
first ward of the city of Ardmore at
tho election lu April.
Meets all trains. Good
prompt service. Wire
J. R. BLYTHE
Quick Sure Pleasant.
Docs not Nauseate r
All Druggists. K
?2 Tom's Barber Shop.
Only flrat-claaa noikmen employed.
lill.I.Y MUnPIIY. tha Hair Cutter la with
blm and here to ntsy. Location 21t Wmt
Main at. Your putronace aoiiciieu.
E. T. WUITLEY.
Diacsts what you cat.
' Itartluclally dlgcstsiho food and aids
nauiro hi Bireriffineuinif ami rutoiv
structlng tlio exhausted tllgestlvo or
gang. It Wtholatostdlscovcred digest
ant nnd tonic. Uo otlfer preparatlor
mn nnnrnnrh It In elllclcnCV. It In
stantly rcllovcsaiui permanently cures
Dyspepsia Indication Heartburn
Flatulence iiour Stotiiuch. Nausea.
Sick Headache Gastralgla Cramps and
Prlcotoc. nnd II. IrioBliocontnlns tit tiroes
Vtpored by E. C. OsWITT 4 CO. Chicago
City Drug Store W. B. Frame Prop
FROM AUDriOUU Tg SIIUKHAN.
The 5anta l c to Ituild a Ulrccl Line
to that Town.
An AltmiOKElTE reporter lenrned
yesterday from a geutlctnnu who
travels a crent deal and who is in
a position to find out n crent denl
about the future moves of the dif-
ferent rnilrond3 that the Santn Fo
would build n direct line from
rdtnore to Sherman.
Our informant is just from
Sherman nnd while there learned
from what tho people considered
nn authentic source that the Santa
Fe would build from Ardmoic to
At present the Santa Fe reaches
Sherman over the Cotton Belt
trnck nnd n line from Ardmoro to
Sherman connecting with their Hue
there would be a crent saving to
the Santa Fe people. At present
in order to reach that point and
towns east of there they nre bound
to go down to Cleburne 132 miles
south of Ardmore nnd thence back
nearly ns fur to reach Sherman.
Tho road from Ardmore to
Sherman would save them a haul
of about 1G0 miles nnd n crent
deal of time.
There is a crent denl of travel
between Ardmore nnd Sherman
Denisou nnd other ndjncent North
Texns towns und tho building of
this brnnch would bo hailed with
delicht by Ardmoro and ndjncent
If you have a house to rent let
us know it nnd wo will soon have
it occupied. 7tf.
DeFkeesk & IlArtTlNQ.
Manager Yale's Claim
That the "Dovil!a Auction" com
pany is the oldest in namo yet tho
newest in point of novelty can
well be substantiated in this sea
son s production or the spectacle
as everything is' now from tho time
the curtain rises ou tho. first net
until it is run down on the beauti
ful transformation at tho close of
tho performance. Every net nov
lty and featuro being new all tho
scenery properties etc etc: in
fact not one old featuro is re
tnined nnd the theatre going peo
pie of Ardmoro certninly have i
trent in store for them on Tuesday
nicht. Feb. 19.
You Want to Swap.
Tho AltDMOitEiTE has n Hull
safe good as new to exchange for
a larger one.
O. 5. liallcy'A Announcement
Elsewhere in this morniug'8 pa
per will be found the announce
ment ot 0. S. Bailey for tho office
of city scavenger. The Ardmohb
itk can truthfully say thut no mnn
knows tho duties attacked to this
position better than Mr. Bailey
b or years prior to the incorporn
tton of our city Mr. Bailey acted
iu this capacity nnd his exeellen
work at that time will no doubt bo
a strong factor in his favor at the
JJnve you tried n loaf of that
Boston Brown Urend that Spiegl
makes f It's out of sight. G 10
I. It. Best who fell and sua'-
taiiml injury during the recent
snow wo had is hurt worse thnn
was at first supposed lie is con
lined to his bed und anuot turn
ocr without help. Mr. Best is
suffering intense pain nearly nil
When uo other crocer has them
you can get fresh eggs nnd butter
from W. A. Daniels. 17
At the Jail.
Alonzo Underwood chnrged
with murder was arrested nt Mill
Greek and brought in by Deputy
John Suodgrnss chnrged with
Inrceny was brought iu on a writ
of removal from Terrell Texns by
Win. -Murphy false pretense
nrrested nt Wentherford Okla.by
Ileck Thomas and brought iu on
a writ of removal.
Ed George larceny of n horse
nrrested nt Mill Creek by Deputy
Frnuk Dnyis burglary nnd lar
ceny nrrested at Dougherty by
Tom During Simon Frnzier nnd
Ed George were released on bonds
Our mnrket iu nlwnyg supplied
with the best of everything to ent.
ur cold storage keeps in perfect
condition every particle of food
for the tablo. Fresh meats of nil
kinds. Tho purest lnrd flsh
oysters nnd celery.
Free delivery to nny pnrt ol
WWW Si JAFflES.
A temperance meeting will bo
held under tbo auspices of tho Ard
more W. C. T. U. on next Moudny
night nt the First Presbyterian
church. Tho following program
ni been proposed:
to all to attend.
Lightness nnd durability is the
combination you wnnt in n buggy
After you arc satisfied as to the
superior quality then the price is
considered. Tho Enterprise bug
ics aro light they are durable
nud Sprngins makes the price
1 Prayer Itev. Black.
2 Song by the congregation.
3 Recitation Mary Carr.
4 Song. Sallie Mays McCoy.
5 Paper Miss Laura Scott.
G Temperance workers' song.
7 Address Ilov. Gross.
8 Song The Tempcrnnce Bell
9 Solo. Rev. C. M. Collins.
10 Kecitntion MisB Cummings.
11 Solo Mrs. C. M. Campbell
An urgent invitation is extended republican leaders
NO KKI'UHLICAN PRIMARY.
The Uxccutlve Committee so Decided
Ijist Friday Night.
At n meeting of tho Republican
Executive Committee nt tho court
liouso last Friday night it wns de-
cided by tho committee that it
would be best for tho republicans
not to put a ticket in tho field for
tho election of city officials nt the
pril election nud tho petition of
of sixty-seven republicans urging
the primary was turned down.
Following is the petition to which
the signatures were attached!
Ardmoro I. T. Feb. 8. Hon. It.
8. Dotinoe Ghalrmnn Itopubllcan
Kxocutlvo Committeo Olty ot Ard-
moro 1. T.
Ueau irm: Wo tho understood
republicans of tho dlftoront wards ot
tho city or Ardmoro moat respect-
fully petition jour committeo to call
a primary uloctlon and convention
(or tho purposont deciding tho ques-
tion ns to whether or not tbo party
may placo lu nomination n republi
can ticket for tho April elections in
this city. Wo beliovo Hint this
should bo dono and that tho republi-
cans should como boforo tho pcoplo
with a platform of principles. Wo
havo loarnod that tho committeo had
docldod that wo should tnko no
action or put out nny ticket for tbo
April oloctlons but we trust thnt
somo arrangement will bo mndo by
which tho republicans can express
thcmsolvosou this question.
Most respectfully submitted
H It IlltADrORD
J. 8. IlAMXKIl
W. II Johnson
T. 8. E. Uiiown
and "lity-throo others.
After tho action of the commit
tee was announced quito a number
of spirited speeches wero mndo by
nud they wero
THE PASSING THRONG.
All the World's a Stage and
one Plays a Part.
cheered long nnd loudly.
Copt. J. S. Hammer thought it
high time the republicans of Ard
more wero beginning to ehow their
strength. Ilo stated thnt ncpoid
ing to the rcpnblicnn rolls the
white republicnns numbered about
300 while the colored voto would
lahow 400 lnnkiug 700 votes; that
tho city hardly ever voted over
One thousand feet of new nose 1300 und that it was his opinion
was received yesterday by tho city that the republicnns stood n good
for tks fire department.
Old Georgia cune molasses in
gallon und hulf gallon cans at W.
. Daniels'. 17 3
The Rock Island and tho Avery
plows give better satisfaction than
p.ny others. Bivens & Williams
sell them. 12dwtl
There will be nn entertainment
nt Hargrove college next Friday
night Februury 22. It will con
sist of readings and recitations
with music by Prof. Klepzig
One dollar and fifteen cents gets
n keg of Holland herrings at Jake's.
Arch Campbell who lives in the
north part of the city captured a
center'pede yesteiday which mens
ured ten inches iu length. It was
put in a bottle nnd left at Ram
sey's drug Btore.
Sores and Ulcers never become chronic
unless the blood is in iwor condition ii
sluggish weak and unable to throw of!
tile poisons mat accumulate In It. Tue
system must be relieved of the unhealthy
matter through the sore and great danger
lo me wouia louow suoula it neai betore
the blood has been made tiurc and healthy
and all impurities eliminated front Uie sys-
tem. S.S.S. begins the cure by first cleans-
ing and Invigorating the blood building
up the general health and removing from
in -ZluT CONSTANT DRAIN
effetematter. VP011 E SYSTEM.
when this has been accomplished the dis-
charge gradually ceases and the sore or
ulcer heals. It is the tendency of theseold
indolent sores to grow worse and worse
and eventually to destroy the bones. Local
applications while soothing and to sqme
extent alleviate pain cannot reach the seat
of the trouble. S. S. S. does and no matter
how apparently hopeless your condition
even mougu your constitution lias broke:
down it witf bring relief when nothin
else can. It supplies the rich cure bloc-
necessary to heal the sore and nourish
the debilitated diseased body
Mr. 1. 11. Talbtrt. Lock Box us. Winona. Mlu
ayai "Rli yeara apo my Ug from tbeknreto
lot foot naa one aolld sore. Several phytidana
imtca me na I made two trips to Hot bpringa
but found no relief f waalndumltotry S. S.S .
and It made a complete cure.
X h.ve Leru fl ner.
eclly well man ever since "
is the only purely veg-
etauie woon punnet
known contains no
poisonous minerals to
ruin the digestion nnd
odd to rather than relieve your sufler-1 field nnyllOW
ings. If your flesh does not heal readily
wnen Kcroicneu uruiseu or cut your moou
is in had condition and any ordinary sore
is ant to become chronic.
Send for our free book and write our
physicians about your case. We make no
cnarge lor tuts service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA OA.
chnnco of victory provided
would hold together.
Hike Uorman roso and stated
that while he was alderman he
wanted it distinctly understood
that he was not out for re election
Uo thought it best -not to put a
ticket in the field; that a small
town like Ardmore should be gov
crned regardless of politics and uo
strife should bo stirred up
Sam Weeks thought that if the
party wanted a ticket they should
have it. He thought the commit
teo should reconsider its action.
Harry Jones one of tho execu
tive committee was not in favor
of a ticket even if every mnn on i
could be elected; he thought the
town should work together iu mil
sou and by so doing the best in
terest of nil would be subserved.
T. S. E. Brown colored was
called on to express tho views of
the colored faction. It was his
opinion that the colored voters
would rather not see tho party line
Sam Noblo another ono of the
committee gave it as his opinion
that n small town should havo no
politics; that we would get along
better to let the thing go as it has
been going let nny one run thut
wished to. lie did not enre him
self for nnother city office.
L. P. Anderson weuled to know
how mnny signers there were to
the petition and was told sixty-
seven. Somo ono remarked that
he knew nearly a dozen who sign-
ed that did not know what they
wero signing at the time and
would now perfer their names off
the petition. P. E. Wilbelm
mado the statement that ho under
Flood that one man signed it
thinking he was signing a petition
to pardon n man out of the penitentiary.
Tho meeting finally adjourned
with no ticket in tho field
Thero is talk among some of the
republicans of calling nmass meet
ing nnd putting u ticket in the
Oapt. 3. Henson ol Sulphur Is in
C H. Williams Is horo from Sul-
II. A. Walkor has returned from
Geo. F. dotes toft this afternoon
V. M. Honnor was In Oklahoma
Prof. T. a. Whltton left yesterday
noon (or Oklahoma City.
T. N Hobnett returned to Pauls
Valley yesterday at noon.
V. S. King wlfo nnd baby of
Davis enmo In yostordsy nftornoon.
h. II. Iloaumnn civil onglnoor ol
tbo Snntn Fo wns In tbo city yes-
torday. Col. Samuel N. Johnson passed
through tho city going south yester-
O. 0. Ilutton camo In yesterday
morning (rom Pauls Valley and re-
turned at noon.
Dr. A. J. Wolverton onmo In yes-
terday (rom Marlln Tox. much Im-
proved In health.
Tom J. Wblto nnd Dr. A. V. Pon
der two of Mnniiivlllo'o substantial
cltlzena wero In tho city yesterday
Hov. Morris of the Carter Avenue
Methodist church wont to Ilorwyn
yostordoy to All his appolntmout nt
that placo today.
0. W. Wlthrrspoon came up yes
terday morning (rom several South-
ern Toxas towns where ho had been
In quest of health.
F. J. Fielder representing Morris
Putt and Mullor of Kansas City
Mo. was a ploasant caller at tbo
Abdmorcitk ofllco yostorday.
J. M. Johnson of Monroo Olty
Mo. and P. S. and Losllo Tlnsly of
Nashville Tonn. aro In tho city
prospecting with a viow of making
Uavld It. lloyd Prosldont of tlio
Unlvorslty at Norman Oklawho
delivorod a locturo at tho Prosbyto
rlan church Friday nigbt loft (or bis
homo yesterdny at noon.
E. 11. Luko roturnod yesterdny
(rom Nebraska. Mr. Luko spoilt
yesterday In Oklahoma Olty visiting
Mrs. Luko who will visit thero somo
days yet with hor mother.
Frank Hob nson of San Francisco
Oal. who has boon spending somo
tlmo hero with his brother W. M.
left yesterday morning (or his homo
Ilo was accompanlod as far as
Kansas Olty by bis brother W. M.
Judgo llosea Townsend W. D.
Johnson J. E. Humphreys and
Court Stonographor 0. O. Dunn left
yesterday afternoon on tho south
bound train (or Ohlcknsha to attend
the district court that convenes
Tilt: llCUMNOTON-N'OOTllKUN 1'A-
iFic HxriiKss Knnas City or Den-
ver to Pugct Sound Portland Mon-
tannna Wanhlticlnn 'nnd tho entire
tiortkwcst. Daily through trains oc
conuhrs. chair cars touriu ami stand-
ard sleeper nnd dining cars.
No. lft Morning train Kansas
City to rcbraikn Denver nnd l'nclOc
comt via scenic Colorado. Weekly
California excursions personally con-
ducted. No. 23 Latest night train Kans.i
City to Denver; night train for Ne-
braska Omaha St. Paul.
Mo. lit Noon ttaln Karjas Olty
to Omaha St Paul through sleeper.
No fill Famous Chicago KM; din-
ing nud bullet library curs chair enri
No. 10 St. Lou I Fast Night Ex-
press. No. -12 fast morning train oust.
Write for dcscriptlvo matter rnte
L. J. lmiOKKIt T. P. A.
S23 Main St. KatiMo City Mis.
L. W. WAKKLEV 0. P. A.
HOW A HP ELLIOTT
General Manager m Jucpli Mot
AND THE .
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
KATY CHAIR GARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY-
a iri I Vrbllld
a B 6St
century bnt nt
Don't forcet IUnt'er Bros.
4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS
"Ii troaUt to ttinir qurttai."
WlWTrn llntf !Anrlf.ro will 1
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or without rooms. .Mrs. McAles V rflS I I Kfl NS Lift LI is
ter JJouclns Avonuo. l-4t
Puro ribbon enne molusscs
breakfast coreals Conubo Murdoc
nud White Swnn coffees and n full
Hue of garden seeds nt I'etlit
Bros.' 17 3
to St. Louis Chicago
and the East....
BDPEIIB rULLMH VE8TIBDLED 8LET7CUW.
HUTDBOlf B KW CHAIR OiSB (BU rmX .
FASTEST TIME TO NEW ORLEAMS.
osly ubc KTnrsrsa through coawi
UD BIXEFEU WTTHOaT CHUBB.
By using tho bakiug powder
named "Perfect" ynu will show
appreciation of pure food. Always
use tho "Perfect."
S. . Je.nki.s3
IHCOBPARASLI PULLMAN IICPCR HSK
TOURIST CAPI 1IRVICI TO
POSITIVKLT NO OUAKOB.
B. ajr Tlortl Aftnl or wrtM
i r. nam tm. Tumic ipat n. nut ne.
m Ma i it. aa iruaitMwaair
Notice to Attorneys.
I want to say to tbo members of
tbo bar tnat from this time forward
In their' application for dlvorcn tbolr
compplalut must contain all tbo
allegations required by law and tbo
allegations must bo sustained by
competent evldenco. lHmlij Clair Oan (Baata I'm) Cany ts
When I was appointed master ST LOUIS MEMPHlSuoELPASfc
ore were uui lewcases presontou to
mo tbat met tho full requirement of
tbo law I have been patient wltb tbo
Inexperienced attorneys suggesting
to tbom tbo defects In tbo pleading
and testimony and tbo amendments
necessary to meet tbo full
meats of tbo law. Hereafter
pleading and evldenco must meet all
tbe requirements or an unfavorable
report will bo promptly mado.
Master In Ohaucory.
Seo the big cheese jit Jnke's
Received by express ndv'aucQ
styles iu street and walking hnts.
Spring millinery now on display at
To tbo citizens ot Ardmoro: Tbo
Metropolitan A. M K. church Is-
struggling to pay off bcr Indebted
And all persons coming to you for
financial aid prosentlng tbelr solicit
Ing book' containing a schedule of
services oi tne cnurcu tnereon aro
duly authorized solicitors.
Signed J It Oarnrs.
fT'the Big Bargains
Only $25 for a ticket Uvtn
Ardmore to Sun Francisco
or LosAnueles Tuesdays
February 12 tt April 30.
TourlHt sleepers and cbalr
cars. See California's cit-
rus groves ranches olt
wells vineyards big trees
SANTA FE ROUTE.
Address Gen Pass cilice G.
I lty. Galveston Texis.
0. Si 8.
feeJjoaid the ftiVin.
S 11 il
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