The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 94, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 17, 1901 Page: 8 of 8
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Kloski's Opera House.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Tuesday February 19lh
Chas. II. Vale s forever and crer
From a new point of view.
Ircno anJ fcaia Three Hrotbcrs
teamlo Olenicnts SIMcrs Marirarel
jKinwtc SWonla M roupe Richard T.
51 row d.
the Flenwnt. The
Tlw Danoe nf
fnur ttti.eLr'c.il SenlU.D. The Mul
al Dolls The Dam GroUmue TlM
New Scontc Kffect this Year
-tl'iie Cuvorns of the Evil One".
Tha llMUtlfnl Valfey nf Andoche.
"TIiq Oaule Insomnia."
Tho Moral IHImco.
I'riceS 50c 75c and $t.oo
You flsd elsewhere with those
shown by tup. I eun toll yu
almost any make of piano
"For less than you will
pay other dealers.
ThU Is a strong assertion anil I shall
bo ploised Ui proTo It at any time
West Main Street
" There will be n meeting of tbe
"Woodmen Circle Monday uight nt
7:30. All members please be
present as (here will be business of
Mrs. L. Y. Bonner Q.
lilts. II. P. Evetts. Clerk.
Oats in any quautity for feed
or planting. Buy them from A.
The following ire the prevailing
jaoUtlo.- on tbe local markot and
will be chanced dally at the market
-Cora per bu SO. to 60c.
Oati..." " 31 to 35c.
This Is the Condition of the Town
The Chickasaw Towusite com-
misiion hag received telegrams
from K. A. Ilitchcock secretary
of the interior odvisiug them that
they nre Indefinitely furlouched
and stating that n letter fully ad-
vising would follow. This letter
has not nrrived yet and the com
mission is resting patiently. Mr.
Burney has advised Governor
Johnston of the situation and re-
ceived the assurance from the gov
ernor that Mr. Bumey's interests
would be takeu up by the depart
raent. ieithcr Mr. Uurney nor
Mr. Johnson are practical civil
engineers and the checklug of
their work has been placed tem
porarily in tha hands of an expert
survrvor Mr. II. V. Hinckley.
Just why the commission has been
indefinitely suspended is n matter
as yet unsolved.
This state of affairs does exist.
but whether from a lack of appro
priation or other cause is not
known. The friends of the com
mission and those who have kept
in elosc touch wijh the progress of
the work are of the opinion that if
they have made any errors they
have been caused by their efforts
to plat the towu to conform m
uenrly as possible to the best in-
terests of the property owners.
tor the present at least tue
Ardmore townsitc plat is in the
hands of Mr. Hinckley supervis
ing engineer of the United States
townsite surveyors who with the
assistance of J. G. Joyce of St
Louis is re-checking the Ardmore
plat. It is asserted that the
boundary lines and also the rail
road right-of-way requires consid
erable work and that two and one
half months time will be required
to make a corrected map.
All at Porter Staple's.
The Red Headed Grocer.
'Phone 57. 17-It
Early rose potatoes Tennessee
Triumph potatoes and garden seeds
either in packages or bulk at W.
A. Daniels 17 3t
Jas. II. Mathers Announces.
James II. Mathers member of
the law firm Farman & Mathers
announces his candidacy for tbe
office of city attorney in onr an
nouncement column this morning
Mr. Mathers has not hastily en
tered the race but has deliberated
with bis friends and upon their
advice be publicly asks for the
office to whioh he aspired. He is
a graduate of the law department
of tbe Tennessee university and is
in every way. competent to fill the
important office of city attorney.
At the Cold Storage Market:
Liverwurst 3 lbs. for 35c.
Head cheese 3 lbs. for 25c.
Sliced ham 15e per pound.
Sweet and sour cliow-obow.
All kinds of fresh green veget
ables from New Orleans. 17-3t
The Fire Friday livening.
About C o'clock Friday evening
flro was discovered at the residence
of V F. McKelvey on B street
southwest. Just how the fire
originated no one was able to tell.
Mrs. McKelvey said the first thing
she knew about it tile whole side
of the wall was afire and it was
making its way up into the ceil-
ing. The house was owned by V. M.
Robinson and was damaged about
$200 worth fully covered by in-
surance. V. F. McKelvey had bis house-
hold goods considerably damaged
by removal which was insured for
Miss Sallie Yonng who occu
pies a part of the house hud her
furniture damaged also by removal.
The fire boys did excellent work
with tbe ohemical engine and by
their heroic efforts the building
was saved with but slight damage.
Top prices paid for live stock of
all kinds. 7tf
DeFkrrse & Hahtino.
Since January 1 1901 Bowles'
livery stable is doing business
strictly on the cash basis. jl5
J. II. Smith has a very bad vac
cinated arm aud he is now com
pelled to quit work on account of
it. It has been five weeks since he
was vaccinated and since tbesoab
came off his arm has swollen to an
Fresh milch cows. See them on
North Washington street. Come
early nud get your choice.
13d4wl R. F. Barnes.
Canary birds for sale at $1.50
per pair. .Mrs. E. U. Heath
South Ardmore. 13-0t
J. S. McCbareu sold his place
Friday to J. D. Wilks. It was
residence property situated near
HU5T CLOS12 WUDNUSOAY.
weavers iu the
nay per ton 0 latest woolens at Kline's the
moDucK. I tailor are attracting attention
Trying Chickens per doi 2.00 to Look through this choice stock
Hee " " iao. before you place your order.
Turlcnvi M to ROfl.
Wattor. per lb soe We make a specialty of renting
iVcaui..... per bu 12.00 j houses and land and collecting rents
Street rotators .
65 to 75c. "7tf
DeFreksk & Harting.
C- JS: C- C; Si & a & SC; CL St C: SC.- fib St St & St
sr. irr. C tT- ff; w r: "C.
T. N. COLEMAN.
Hlcht-of'Way Open TIeo or
demnatlon will llcsln.
The purchasing parlies of the
right of-way etinimittee informed
the Ahdmorkite yesterday after-
noon that they would wind up the
right-of-way business by Wednes
day night next and all those that
they fail to trade with -by that
time wonld be turned over to the
railroad and they would proceed
to condemn the property and take
possession of same.
Tho railroad is very anxions to
commence work- ami win no so as
soon as the right of way is cleared.
The committee think they will
be able to have deeds to at least
SO per cent of the property along
tbe line by that time; and those
failing to deal with them by that
time will have to do their trading
with the railroad. Property has
been pnrchnsed all along the line
and n great many of the bouses
have been moved from the lot
and are still befog moved as rapid
ly as circumstances will admit.
call has been issued by the
executive committee to all the
signers of tbe contract to meet at
the offlee of U. C. Potterf nt S:30
o'clock Monday morning.
Now for the railroad.
For Sale Six acres of land on
West Main street known as the
Will Pyeatt slaughter pen. This
property can be bought at a bar
gain. 15 2 N. It. Tisdal.
The O. K. wagon yard is for
rent. Apply to F. A. Pettitt. lOtf
"The DcH's Auction.
The one reason that everybody
should see it this rear is that the
Devil's Auction" is new in its
entirety. Managers Aronson and
Morgan at the Kloski opera house
give tueir personal guarantee mat
the "Devil's Auotion" is one of
if not the best attractions they
have booked for this season.
W anted Position as pressman
on a daily paper. Apply P. 0
box 727. Ardmoie. I. T. 17 3
See us before selling yonr hogs
7tf DeFreese & Hartino.
Prisoners to Chlckaslia.
This afternoon the following
prisoner now conuned in jail at
this place will ue seut to Chick
asha for trial where court con
Geo. Boswell oharged with
Ed Sannab. introducing mud
M. Jobusou kidnapiug. '
John Prater larceny; who be
longs at Purccll goes to plead
Z. C. Triplett introducing and
selling belong? to Pauls Yalley
goes to plead guilty.
Lost Six mouths old bitch
half water Spaniel chain on neck.
Return to J. II. Smith 212 Y.
Main and get reward. 15 3
The ladies of the First Presby-
terian ohnroh will serve dinuer in
the annex of the church Friday
r ebruary 22d.
The fact that
J our house is
space is mon-
ey to yon
The Shoe Man
pass 0 r
store you pass
the chance to
Spring is approaching and our big stock of
Spring and Summer Footwear Is Arriving
Winter goods must give way. We haven't room for them.
See the choice shoes we have left and make us an offer.
We have an expert shoemaker regularly employed.
ALl. RBPAllilNO NEATLY DO Nil.
TO THE PUBLIC.
$1.15 n keg at Juke's
J. W. Oolledgc Announces.
Today our readers are presented
with the name of J. W. Golledge
as a candidate for the office of
alderman for the First Ward. In
presenting his name Mr. Golledge
does so with a feeling of the im
portant duties which devolve upon
an official in this capacity. The
work is not new to him as he has
served in the same capacity in the
cities of Waco and Hillsboro.
Texas. Mr. Golledge is an old
settler among us and his record
shows progressive interest iu all
things pertaining to tbe welfare of
tbe city on which he rests his
claim for your support at the polls
Yon had as well give it up yon
can't equal Jake's prices of Hoi
land herrings. A keg for $1.15.
Court convenes Monday morning
at Chickasha and a great many of
the officials left yesterday after
noon for that point.
Ringer Bros for spring suits.
Try a sack of Jewel flour made
RICES oiten advertised are misleading and
are not significant of In' value liggs at
per dozen might prove a po6r investment.
and so it is with merchandise. Old goods have a de-
preciated value Goods out of style are not worth a
full price. Ordinary makes are poor investments
You'll take no chances at our store. We're building
ur business and reputation upon the merits of tbe
best ."ijrurel the world produces. The very best
goods- not high prices is wat we offer you.
of ohoice wheat
expressly for A
Goldsmith will leave
for the Eastern markets to re-stock
his store with spring and summer
Blanke's roasted delicious blend
coffee in miniature truuks or in
bulk at W. A. Daniels. 17 3
C. R. Jones received yesterday
by express an English setter from
Kansas City. The dog is valued
nt $100 and Mr. Joues has him on
a few days trial.
Pictures framed to order at a
very low price. A big line of
handsome moulding to select from.
All work done promptly. 10 m
T. C. Bridgman.
.McLemorc Hakes a Maul.
Yesterday nt noon NY. E. Mc-
Lemore brought np four prisoners
from down about Tbackerville.
Luke Fugate charged with dis
turbing the peace.
Yerna Ladell has three charges
hauging over him assault to kill
disturbing tbe peace and enrrj ing
a sixshnoter. He was arrested on
a grand jury warrant and .gave
Bob Thornton was arrested on a
commissioner's warrant for carry-
ing a sixsbooter.
Joe Bonds charged with intro
ducing and selling liquor was the
B. H. Durfee manager for W.
A. Daniels makes a specialty of
fresh eggs and fresh country but
ter. - 17 3
Roller Skating Kink.
J. A. Roberson has opened n
roller skating riuk on South Wash
ington street Ladies free until
farther notice. New skates new
floor;' everybody come aud have a
good' time. 'No improper charac
Mrs. James is in the St. Louis
market purchasing a new stock of
millinery. MUs Yesta Bowman
has charge of her store during her
Riuger Bros for spring suits
Pure ribbon cane molasses nt A.
F. Jones'. 17-2t
Rev. Talmage Stanley who has
been conduutiug a very successful
series of meetings at Purcell is in
the city for a few days visiting S.
U. Butler. Mr. Stanley's home is
in Kentucky. 1
TOLD BY TELEPHONE.
Words Whispered in Our liar From
Inland Towns In the Territory
Mrs. Doak Bailey is quite sick
Dr. Dunham is at Duncan today.
We have had no smallpox here.
Some vocalists aio here trying
to get up n singing school.
John Light of Weaverton is
J. W. f'rain and family of Sacred
Heart are visiting here
' L. J. Shook has returned from
W. P. Thompson went to Gaines-
Mrs. M. Reasoner is quite sick.
Fifteen bales of cotton were
sold here yesterdny.
The new depot is nlinost com-
pleted. Everything is in a flonrishinc
I play in Jake's window
Onion sets and garden
galore at W. A. Daniels'.
11. A. YounRblood Announces.
Harvey A. Youugblood who has
served as alderman from the Sec
ond Ward since the last special
election 111 that ward aspires to
the office of police judge nnd an
nounces his candidacy through
these columns this morning. Mr.
Yonngblood declares for the stru t
enforcement of nil city ordinance
and his friends say that if he pns
ecutes the duties of the office to
which be aspires with the same
enthusiasm manifested in his at-
dermanic duties should he be
elected bis admiuistration will be
5000 bales of first-class hay.
Delivered to any patt of the city in
10 bale lota or more. Leave or-
ders at Westheimer & Daube's.
10 lin T. E. Roland.
St. Philip Church.
Quinquagesima Sunday: Holy
communion 7:30 a. xa.i matins
and Sunday school 10 a. tn.; sol
emu eucnanst and sermon 11 a.
m.j vespers and address 730 p
m. Henry B. Smith
The Best Is Our Motto.
HEX e etnbarned In tbe Hardware and Iinnlemprt imimi in . 1 . I
attention was devoted to tbe selection o? tte bst goods on the market Out ill
selection was made Theio goods are the best the farmers have learnt it rrt wn l"S
continually add tew customers everv year. Rad this llsuof standard i- ttl
r. . ' o - r;
them exclusively and you'll never have' cause for regret.
Buck's Stoves Moon Buggies '
John Deere and Eagle PIoavs 3
Deering Harvesting Machinery
Studehaker and Moline Wagons. &
We carry a blk- stock of Shelf and IleaTy Hardware also Saddles and Harness
o.dleboastiDf is indulged n when we say our soods are tbe best. We want
to quote jouteims and prices. Same line of goods at Madlll 1
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