The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 109, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 6, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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THE PASSING THRONG.
Saddlery and Ha
jV ") VJtll in tlie liNtnrv (i Ardmore ban then' ben mi b a collection of Kino Saddles JSidc Niddl.-s
J lUtlltitf Hrlde. Iiuwv yUrnen Wuii-m Harness now Gear Hii(Tl'.v fWinp-i Hart l.t- . a- we
QJ I MWlmvp. Our fciddltfi. Harness and Itr i He- are hand made nrid Vv.-ry nm-h ituitrituieod. W
ra8 built wtddlea add burncssfor the bent people In thw country ;inri Hn-y arc Mill our tM'nni-
er. ) bit? line of ciHfar-. ratine from the cheapen to t h lt-.t. Wo nr.- nlw i -i "r.iJy to (1 i repair in u
on short notice. Visit mr store and tret tlic nrloeof evrov nl'-i of um ilouu imd
Tbo AmiMOllKlTK will mako tbo
cbarao of 12.60 for each announco-
tnont this will also includo tlio
candldaton nnmo on tho printed
tickets 6n oloction dav. No an-
nouncement will bo printed unless
accompanied by tlio cash.
W. T. Oardnkk announces himself
as a candtduto for re-election for
Mayor for the city of Ardmoro at tho
election In Anril.
1-OK POLICE JUDGE.
IAikvky A. Younoiilood announ-
ces bntnsolf as a cundidato for tbo
ofllco of Pollco Judge for tho city of
Ardmoro .it tbo olectlon in April.
John L. Uai.t announces lilmsolf a
candidate ' for ro-oloctlon as Pollco
Judge for tlio city of Ardmoro at tbo
lloctton In April.
i Dk. 8. S' Caiiii announces blmsclf
candldite for tbo olllco of i'olico
ludpn f0r tbo city of Ardmoro at the
ilection In April. .
Mohan Scott announces himself a
candUluto for the olllco of I'olico I
- TiitlUn rn II n ri It it nf Aidmnin nf Mm
allUU.IUH IIJ iint 1
fOU CHIEF OF POMOE.
HonKBT U. Hhioahs announces
himself n'candidato for tbo oOltfo of
l.'blef of I'irtTCt of tho City' of Ard-1
more at tho oloftion in April.
A. . Pl'LLIA?' announcos tumsoii
a candidate for re-election aa Chief
of I'olico for bo city of Ardmore at
tho election In April.
S. S. Ua' l (street sprinkler) an-
nounces hlmuelf " candidate for the
oHlce of Chief of Police for tbo city
of Ardmore Jit tbo olectlon In April.
David E Aookeu announces him-
self a candidate 'or tbo cillco of
Chief of 1'oll.pp for the city of Ard-
moro at the election in April.
Jambs H. Matiihiis announcos
himselfa candidate for tbo ofllco of
City ttorney for the City of Ard-
moro Ait tbo election in April.
;?'ATiticK E. Wii.hki.ji announcos
himsolf u candidate for tbo olllco of
City Attorney for tho city of Ard-
moro at tbo election in April.
ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR.
W. R. Rohhuts announcos lilmsolf
as a cundidato for ra-eleollon for
Tux Assessor and Collector for tbo
city ot Ardmoro at tbo olectlon in
Don McGjikh announces lilmsolf
a candidato for ro-olectlon for City
Scavenger for tho cpy of Ardmore
at tho election In April.
O. S. IlAir.KY announces blm'elf as
a candidate for City Scavongor for
tho city of Ardmoro at tbo election
Nelson Eastman announcos him
solf a oandidato for City Scavenger
for tho olty of Ardmoro at tho olec-
tlon in April.
J. W. Ooi.lkdch: announces him-
self a candidate for long term Aldor-
man from tho First Ward of tho city of
Ardmoro at tho olectlon In April.
N. H Quay announces hlmeolf a
candidato for long term Aldorman
from the First Ward of tho city of
Ardmoro at tho eloction In April.
I. R. riKST announcos hlmaolf u
candidato for long torni Alderman
from tho Socoud Ward of tbo city of
Ardmoro at tho oloction la April.
Harry Jonkh announces himself a
candidato for short term Alderman
from tho Second Ward of tho city of
Ardmoro at tho eloction In April.
II. P. Kvf.tth announces himself a
candidato for short torni Aldorman
from tho Socond Ward of the city of
Ardmoro at thoTJIentlon In April.
ARDMORE COAL J
The SBomc Product
Is now on the Market
Coal delivered in any Quantify at any Time.
i i l'n.fv nir inn.
OmcE In Wilson Uros.' store
VnfVw hnlMlnfr Pnct. Miiln Rfrnof
l'hcno No. H5. '
L. J. JOHNSON
L. J. JOHNSON The Saddler
Contractor J. U. Uupps who
wii" expected to go to work this
morning moving houses has been
delayed on account of unload in k
his stulT. The switch engines push
him around from plnco to place at
will it seems which has materially
delayed the unloading of his house
.moving implements lie hopes
however to be ready to go to work
Their promptness and tboir pleas-
ant effects mako DoWitt'sLIttlo Ear-
ly Risors most popular little pills
whorover they are known Tboy
aro simply perfoct for liver and
bowel troubles. City Drug Store
W. U. Framo Prop.
Cheap rates to California. Ev-
ery Tuesday February 12th to
April .'iOtli; good in chair ears mid
tourist sleepers. You can't afford
to stay at home Santa Fe route.
Eight spools of Clark's or Willi-
muntic thread go for 25 ceuts.
All numbers and pleuty of it nt
Harali's fire sale. :t
"Boers' Cherry Cough Syrup saved
tbo Hfo of my baby boy when dying
of croup; Ood bloss tho remody."
writes Mrs. Adam Scbroiber Chat-
tanooga Tonn Quarantood to cure
throat and lung troubles. Saves
hundreds of tboso littlo ones overy
year. W. U. Framo Olty Drug Store.
Ladies over $1300 worth of
embroideries and laces will be put
on sale tomorrow. home slightlj
damaged; some uot damaged at all.
5tf J. X. Bar a Li.
Hlo.itlng after oatlng Indigestion
Ilatulonco or wator brash may be
quickly corrected through tho uso of
Prickly Ash Bitters. It strengthens
digestion cleanses and regulates the
bowels. W. U. Framo.
dunes to thr.
Mv I'lne Line of New Spring
Woolens Is in and 1 will
make you lower prices on.
Rults and Trousers than any
other house In Ardmore.
CLEANING DYEING AND RERAIRING
B. F. MILLS.
West Main Street.
This week's specialties
at my store include table
delicacies that are tempting
to ihe appetite
Bhnke's Happy Thought
Coffee Eino Line of Jellies
Full Lino of Preserves
Van Camp's Extra Toma-
toes Cook's Flaked Hice
White Swan Miuco Meat
Columbia Wver Salmon
Ivy Brnnd Raisins Pure
French Mustard Frankiiu
See me for fresh Grocer-
ies cheap. Prompt delivery
A. A. BAILEY
West Main Street-
West Main Street Ardmore.
I'llllifr Tlmr'a Olil ( lock.
"Tbo tritunuittliiK clock nt the Naval
observatory. Washington Is the abso-
lute monarch of Auierlcuu timekeep-
ers" writes Evnndcr Mcltvr Sweet In
The Ladles' Home Journal. "Every day
In the year except .Sunday by one pen-
dulum stroke It speaks directly and In-
RtaiitiuicouHly to every city mid consid-
erable town between the peaks of the
Rockies ami tbo pines of Malne.iayliie
to them that on the soveiity-ilfth merid-
ian It Is now high noon to the fraction
of a second. A duplicate mechanism
stationed at the branch naval observa-
tory on .Mare Island performs a similar
service for tbo people of tbo Pacific
slope. And by this one clock at the na-
tional capital together with Its dupll-
cnte on the I'nclllc Is set nearly every
timepiece In the United States nnd Cu-
ba most of those fit Mexico and many
on the border of Cnuadii.
"A number of clocks from 3 to 3000
In nearly every city ami large town
are wired together Into a local family
and by melius of n switch key at the
telegraph olllce are put Into direct con-
tact with the parent clock at the na-
tional capital. So that the Instant the
electric touch Is given from Washington
every clock In the circuit whether It be
at lioslon Minneapolis or New Or-
leans begins a now day In perfect ac-
cord with Its mechanical deity."
Dry (2mn! Coiitn-m.
"Tlili Is n strange place for a cooper
shop" said a stranger In New York
pointing to a sign over a basement In
the wholesale dry goods district.
"Yes: It would be n queer place" was
the answer "If the product was like
that of nearly all cooper shops. Hut
there was never a barrel made In the
place and probably not one of the 15
men who work there could head a bar-
rel to say nothing of making one. This
cooperage does business only with big
There are several similar shops In the
district. They make a business of
strapping cases of merchandise after
tboy have been packed. Tho largo
concerns have' the cases put In tbo
street after they have been pocked and
then the cooper Is sent for to nail tbo
wooden strnps around them. Ho re-
ceives about 25 cents an hour for his
labor and from 15 to 25 cents n pair
for the straps. The shops are the
storehou&es for tbo hoop poles nnd
there the men split and shnve the hick-
ory saplings which finally become the
case straps. There are tomo houses In
the district where the porter does this
work but tho large concerns turn It
over to the coopers who never make o
barrel. New York Tilbune.
HotrlB nml Trnlnril Xtirsrs.
Trained nurses are not welcome
guests In New York botols and In fact
In many they are expressly forbidden
to appear In the dining rooms In tbclr
uniforms. The hotel keepers object to
their presence In their working dresses
because any Indication of the existence
of disease In a hotel Is disadvanta-
geous. Under these circumstances they
arc compelled to go through as much
preliminary labor before they go to
meals as If tboy had been Invited under
formal circumstances. Yet the wisdom
of the rule on the part of the hotel pro-
prietors Is admitted as In sonic of the
Urge hotels up town occupied chiefly
by families there are frequently 10 or
12 trained nurses employed. The tight
of so many would not be reassuring to
guests. New York Sun.
Do Xot IlrlnU Wlillo inline.
Liquids at meals If taken too often or
too carelessly aro liable to dilute tho
gastric Juices. Take iio liquid of any
kind when food Is In tho mouth. Take
as little as possible till the close of the
meal. The digestive agents themselves
being fluids It Is reasonable to suppose
that nn excess of liquids taken with
the food will have a tendency to dilute
and thereby weaken tbo digestive
Juices. Ladles' Home Journal.
"What course will you take;" Inquir-
ed the senior.
Tho now freshman from Iloston
spoke timidly. "I'll take bean soup
sir" ho said Imagining for the mo-
ment that h was at the dinner table.
Eupposo all tbo women wbro llko
Mrs Nation; wouldn't that Jar you?
All the World's n Stag and Bach
one I'b y a Part.
J. M Floy.l went to Sulphur to-
day. L. X. TiouiiMOn iS llQtO from
It. -I. Wilson of Denton la in
the nity todnv.
Ed Hinder w! to PauU Valley
on the uowii trnm.
Mra. W. It Blnkfiinore loft on
the noon trait n.i tiuthrie.
E. E Xolen au.l B. C. (Jorudll
of Mudill. am id Inst riickt.
Mrs. Mu.-i- MoCull of Gniuos-
villo ii M-ifing friends in our oity.
.1. It. Peiiuinnton loft thlsl after
noon for his ranch on ltock prairie.
Bob 1ji' -aine in this metaling
from Mari' Ua private eoyirey
Ashhy I). oWland represent-
iiig tho (Irabam Paper Comlianj
of St. Louis is in the city todnU.
Miss lttiby Burohard arrivedltbis
morning from St. Louis to asslitine
the duties as head trimmer in Itlie
Lowenstein millinery establish'
Mrs- Edgar Smith who has bl en
visiting her parents here returned
today- to her home nt Madill Ac-
companied by her cousin W. p.
Nice clean fresh luces and em-
broideries which were not put oln
sale Saturday and this week far
the reason that there was nrp
counter room for them. Some nolt
evon unpacked und only slightly
damaged while in origiual packA
ages. Your prices buy them whilf'
they last at J. N. Harali's great
fire sale. I f otf
Died of Heart llroublc.
II. C Dratighon or Davis died
at that place yesterdliy afternoon
at 4 o clock of heart (trouble. The
funeral took place tLiU afternoon
Deceased was well akid favorably
known not only at Djavis but all
over the Chickasaw nlitiou own-
ing mauy lumber yards o& different.
II. P. Evetts who has bought
catton on our streets all the winttr
has aeeepted a position with the
No ono knows tbo unbearable tor-
ture one undergoes trom plies unless
thoy nro so olllicted. Tablor'a buck-
eyo Pllo Ointmont Is a quiok pain-
less and suro euro. Prloo 50 conts In
bottles tubes 5c. W. U. Framo
Olty Drug Storo.
Wbon on aro slot you como to
tbo conclusion that it is just your
luck to pick out tho poorest doctor
Tho following sro tbo provalllng
quotations on tho local market and
will bo changed dally as tho market
Corn poc bu CO to fiOc
Oats..." " 52 to 35c.
Hay por ton $10
Frying Ublckons por doz 2.00 to 2.25
Honu " " 2.00 to 2.20
Kpgs " " 12c.
Turkoys 35 to COo.
Butter per lb 20c
Pecans per bu ' $2 00
Irish potatoos... " " 003.
8 woot potatoes ..." " 05 to 75c.
The Best Is Our
49 Buck's Stoves
John Deere and'bagle flows
AVo carry a blu' stock of shelf ami ntcavy Hardware aiso saainos anu iiarnoss.
No Idlo boastlm.' Is Indulced In wlien we say our iroods aro tbe boat. Wo want
to quuto you tonus
A TEXAS WONDEK
HALL'S (111KAT DIHCOVMUY.
One small bottlo of Hull's Uroat
Discovery cures all kidney and blad-
der troubles romovos gravel curcu
dinbotrs soniltml omissions wear-
nnd lame buck rheumatism and all
InnirulArltles of tbo kidneys nnd
bladder in both men and women.
Unguis. tea bladder trouble In chil-
dren. If not sold by your druggist
will bo sent by mall on rennlpt of $1
One small bottlo la two month'
trontinent and will euro any ciiust
I)n. K. V'. Hall
Hole niAiiufacttirur Ht. Louis Mo.
formerly Waco Texas.
Hold by all druggists and W. 11.
Framo Ardmoro I. T
UK AD TIIIH.
Dsnlson Texas April 40. We tho
undersigned lmvo uesil Hall's (Ireat
Discovery andann fully recommend
It to others suffering from kidney
and bladder troubles
J. A. Mpadou a
.M. U. AlAHHOOK
W. A. Mahatta.
IIai. O. Sims
A. F. IIohniiack.
.Mr. IVnli . otlrerwlse Charley's Aunt.
tbl the following: "A in..itnr; man 11
friend of Mr. Penley took his diuigh-loi-
(. the -i:iI1h and having a busy and
tiring d:t went calmly to sleep In bis
OM.V niiiI .luring the llitorwil between
the eiiiliiin raiser nml 'Charley's Aunt.'
The 1 )u mltI 1 1 i-i- ftympiithetlcally allowed
him to remain In pence until the cur-
tain went up for the commencement of
the piny tf the evening; then she gen-
tly nudged him In the rllw nnd whis-
pered 'Charley's Aunt!' to remind him
of his u hereabouts.
"The gfiillctmtu still slept on and
his daughter tried again. She gave
her father an extra push and nurmiir-
ed with emphasis: 'Papa do wake up!
"This time It was effectual for tbo
colonel leaped to his feet and cried
'Illoss me. so It Is!' nml begun to shake
hands furiously with 11 demure old lady
who happened to be passing along the
stalls In front of him on the way to her
allotted seat. 'Illcss me. mi It is! How
do yon do madam? And how Is Char-ley?"-
To Cure Malaria In 4 Day.
Tako (Julnorla. All druggist aro
authorized to rotund tho money In
any caso of chills fover or malaria
It falls to euro. Prlco COo por pack-
"Bed Cross Bag Blue makes tht
clothes whiter than snow. Large
paekngo only 5 cents."
"With ono bottle lleggs Uhorry
Cough Syrup my cough and eoronoes
eutlrolydlappcarodi"- Krnest Wblp-
plo Davenport la. Guaranteed to
I jkl'AhmrJ- Jura' .'jiiyr. troubles.
basnovor failed; try It. W.'Vll! Framo
City Drug Storo. x
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
At GollcdgG 5c Co'a Hnrihvnro Htoro.
ARDMORE ICE CO.
DK. A. K. ADAM 8
Tha Lntast Imurovomnnt. for Drown
and Jlrldge Work.
Local nnrcatnettca admlnlatered for thi
palnleaa eltrarM u ot teeth.
aii nun aurauiovu. riiotii iu sui nit
OHloe over rtandol'a atore Ardmore. 1. T.
embarked iio tb
a Hardware and Implement business In Ardmore nur Ifc
attention was' dcvotd to tlio selection o! tlio best goods oil the market. "Our'i
selection was made These goods aro the host tho furuiers have learned It and we
co'itlnually add new clistomeri every year. Head this list of standard goods use oF
them exclusively and you'll never have cause for regret. Jj
Studehuker and Moline Wagons.
and prices ai in- iiuc or goods at Haain
.'. P. Til A YBH
Civil I'lii'lnccr unci Architect.
SunvKYs and Plata Mahb.
Plans estimates and nveclflet:
Oornian Itulltllnif Ardmoro I. T.
II. M. Kurman. Jn.ll. MiU.hj.
FUHMAN ft MATHEP.H
Attoiinkys at Law.
strict ntipntlnn nnlil to utrll uai a.i
Olllen tiimulrn or or llotclikln' Jwvr
Blurp Ardmor. I. T.
LKDIIKTTKU ft IILBD80B
Attohnkyb at Law.
(ltnen. In Lnltirttiir A lllwltoe b
M. O. PDltarf. W. r. lMvit
POTTKHF A BOWMAN
ATTORNHY8 AT IJIW.
flfflHII. ntiatfttra Ih th. tlapv I I ..I
M. L. (Urretl. w. II. IllacftiaL
(1 A lilt KIT ft HINOHAM.
Uo alrll anil criminal nraetloa.
Olllco In Wheeler hulldlnir. oupoilta ooch.
noma Ardmore I.T.
JOSUP1I P. MULLKN
ATTOnNKY AND C0UN8KLOR AT LAWT.
Oiiiuihjl Law a SraciALrr.
Clvnaral law praclloe In tha oonrta at Ua.
Indian Terrltorj i U. H. anpreme oonrt.WMfw
Inicton: cnurt of olalma conrt or awwala.
KlKhtb Judicial dlitrloti aiaontlTa darwr-
ment. Offloe. Wait Main treat oaar aav
ooarthonie Ardmore I.T.
Claude Weaver. It. Ewlng Tbonunm
WUAVKK THOMASON ft WKAVKE.
- PATRICK E. WILHELH
Attorney and Counsellor at Lam.
Two doors west' ot Flrat National Ittcrat
I. O. box 4M.
Ilea. I'tione 30.
IIAIIDY ft McNEEH
Physicians and Suitauoirs.
OtHceboarat 10 to 12 a m.. 1 to 4 p. itrrf
tn9p. m; Handnji 10 to 11 a. m. and &!.
u. m. Oineo Phone 127. OlfinAnvnp Itiinuuft.
Vjrnif atore. corner Main and Caddo ettvM-m.
nit. E. leTIUVEHS
Oltlcfl In Oruce butMlnc. VOfficoUirrr
(rom 10 to 12 a. m. and J to 1 p. I: V. r.
Kealdenco l'lionn lot. Olllce DhiNte tt I
1)11. J. W. SMITH
Physician and Sciiohok.
OUlro hours 10 to 12 a. in.. 2topk
Gorman building. JS
nraldrnca I'd one H. Offlre Tbons tL'"-' J
E. P. VON KELLEH M. U.(
SuitoicoN Oculist and
Special attention given to lantern dla-
eaaea of the oyo ear noio and thraacu4t
1 dliae of women.
rnouea iiuaiuencu fit ouioe ja.
I Olllce over Uonner llonoer'a drae itooas
rooma a and S
I'm IllfflJ for or.iaT0l
Irritatium or ubrftinr
but to iul lur. 01 III II r out lyvWxJW
UKAUJWiyiCAl f. t iu or poimMKKMV
tuna r i)nmi4i
or tent In fUl vrrm..
1 1 . f i ur 4 u.ttlrM. tn-
vircuiiir nl ok rvi
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