The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 172, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 19, 1901 Page: 7 of 12
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Go to J. L JOHNSON'S Main Street Ardmore 1. T.
For Your Wagon or Buggy Harness Saddles Etc.
BE Latest Styles in Fly Nets and Lap Dusters.-S
BIVENS t WILLIAMS
THE HARDWARE MEN.
A car of those justly celebrated WHITE
ELEPHANT BUGGIES have arrived and we
invite everybody to make a visit to our store.
This Buggy is superior in quality and lower
in price. We want you to buy on2 because
we know you will be pleased with it and will
ever afterward be our customer.
Come and look at every Buggy in the
house whether you arc ready to buy or not.
Remember we carry every piece of ma-
chinery needed on the farm.
Another Plow Imk Well.
Honumont Tex. May 1H
Therois a well founded roport
that t tie well of the Toxns unci
Piicitic Oil company being drill-
ed by Strum Bros is showing
good oil indications.
A relitiblo party said ho saw
the oil running from the well in
small rivulots and pools yester-
day. It w.as roportcd to bo down
foot with an 8-inch pipe.
This well is in the Iowa colony
in the Bullock league about tho
same distance as tho Kelly from
tho hill a mile or more.
Exports have liked this site all
along and it would causo gonor-
al gratification if it would come
in. It will not do to put too
much contidonco in this roport
that is to tho oxtont of rash in-
vestments though tho roport is
mighty well founded.
New center tables .just came in
at tho furniture and carpet house
of (' It. -lones. Cash or easy
PRII-ST IS MURDERED.
r-nthcr Phillip the Idol of the Coat
Miner. l-oully Dealt Ilia.
Now ork MaylM -Tho
corpso of Fathor Phillips of Ilnz
loton Pa. who camo hero two
months ago to plead with Pior-
pout Morgan in bohalf of tho
striking minors wos found this
morning in tho rooms of Kirk
Stanley who treats rheumatism
by tho "roasting procoss."
Stanley sny? that ho nnd
Phillips nnd two girls unknown
to him drank whiskoy in his
rooms May H. He folt bad and
both took medicine which Phill
ips carried m his pookot. Stan-
ley thou took a walk. Ho novcr
saw Phillips again until today.
Tho police discredit the story.
Hanlotou Pa.. May 18.
Throughout tho mining region
tho death of Fathor Phillips has
cuusod tho grentost sorrow.
Phillips went to New York
with nix hundred dollars to pur-
chase church furniture. Stan-
ley's story is not boliovod.
Tho police tlioory in that
Fathor Phillips was killed by
"knockout'' drops udmiuistored
by n mysterious blonde woman
who lived in Stanley's house.
rcirnltiiro Por. bnc.
lied room hall dining room and
kitchen furniture good as now.
Apply to .Mrs. 11. S- Dennco 1st
door north of Dr. Bogie's Frons-
ley avenue. Call soon. l(il!)
A hat or a glove drummer getr
erally carries as samples the best
hat or glove of each grade his fac-
tory mnkes or his house sells.
When the season is oyer and he
has been to see all of Ins custom-
ers his samples are for sale and
it's a lucky meroiiaut who gets
them at 50? on the dollar. J.N.
Barall lniB two large sample lines
of hats and gloves. Tho lints are
of every kind including the com-
fortable straw for weather like thic
If you were to buy these nt whoie-
salo prices you would get a bnr-
i gain but Bnnill will sell them as
' he bought them nt 50c on the
LIVES LOST AT SEA.
IhlrtyTwo Persons Perish Wild
Dors Lot the Hoilles.
Victor a B. t May 1
Nows has been received hero by
tho steamer Moaua of tho loss
of tho steamer Federal otT the
Australian coast during the
heavy galo at tho end of March.
Thirty. two persons perished
with hor. Six bodies wore ro.
covered with a boat but noothor
wreckage was found and it was
boliovod that tho vessel foun-
do roil near tho coast. When tho
bodies were found Dingoes woro
oating Ilium and were driven
away with difficulty Tho bodios
woro badly mangled by tho wild
dogs and only a fow woro idon-
tilled including; Cnpt. Conlt ond
Engineer Hills. Fifteen of tho
lost sailors woro married.
Tho ship Louise Lomnnt was
lost during tho snmo storm and
sixteen souls and nothing was
hoard of any of thorn.
The bark Hawaiian Isle w: s
overdue and fears were express
oil for her but she aniMdJ
Advices huvo been ron-iwd
from tho seniors on the Japan
use coast Thoy had very bud
woRther but had secured fair
country or have ceoBed their work
for tho present.
A few days ago a horsethief from
Arihnoro pnsscd through going
west and snid he was enronte to
Bill Stone's ranch lie wos fol-
lowed shortly by two Ardmoro
citizens who were in search of him.
It is not known whether he wan
captured or not.
Tho citizens of Woolsey hnvo
taken the matter in hand nnd will
exterminate this bond nt all
In connection with my fine jnokH
and stallions 1 alio hnvo a very
Durham nntl Hereford Bull.
II. C. BYARS
i' th Bailey Burn.
Ono of tbn Ktnnmnrs Imil 100
skins ou April 2i'; tho Director i W 1 O U I S
220 on April f0 and tho Vera
200 on tho snmo dato.
Those sereon doors at the Laid-
law company's are going like hot
cakos. Causo good goods right
Woolsey Infested With llorsethlevcs. j
By telephone we learn thnt the
citizens of Woolsey about forty-
five miles wost from here have
been terrorized for tho past few j
weeks by n gnng of cattle thieves i
and horse thieves. I
Last week two members of this
gang were arrested and taken to'
Duncan where they had an ox-
uming trial and were committed toj
the Arihnoro jail. .Since then the !
other members have either le't the1
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
KATY GHAIR GAR
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
8- -Fifty Cents-
I f 4
Caoital Stock $300000 .
H Shares 10 cts. Each
PAID UP AND NO N - ASSESSABLE.
IRA O. WYSE President; Hardware and Oils.
Capt. A. J. BROWN 2nd Vice-Pres.; Dallas state agent Fi-
delity Mutual Insurance Co.
W. S. HAYWOOD Vice Pres.; Jefferson Sheriff Marion Co.
B. F. LOONEY Secretary and Manager; Beaumont Lawyer.
W. A. WILLIAMS Treasurer; Greenville Banker.
A. L. Matlock Fort Worth Lawyer.
E. W. Hardin Rockwall Banker.
R. C. Hawley Dallas Capitalist.
E. M Paulk Royse Banker.
Ira O.Wise Greenville Oils.
W. S. Haywood Jefferson Sheriff.
B. F. Looney Greenville Lawyer.
H. E. Vaughn M. D. Wolfe City.
W. A. Williams Greenville Banker.
C. F. Gribble Sherman Grain Dealer.
M. H. Turner Dallas Capitalist.
J. D. Middleton Greenville Merchant.
Our holdings were selected by oil experts and nre conceded to be the best property in the oil belt. Two acres Vench survey less than 1800 feet of tho Kelly well aud surrouuded by a dozen
1 ' k Two and a half acros Bullock survey 2500 teet northwest of our valuable Veach survey. Five acres Kowe survey adjoining tho Vench on the west. Five acres of A. Williums between
uTaumo'nt and Sour Lake. Twenty acres C. Williams adjoining and northwest of the Bullock and south of the block now being developed by Sterns Bros. Ten acres of the Carroll survey south-
east of the Ii"li"8r1u'"t'tl.n0tg 0j nmj glutted i the defined oil territory will convince investors that we offer the safest and Burest proposition of any company in existence.
Onlvn 'limited amount of Treasury Stock will be sold with the right to withdraw same from tho market at any time without notice.
nPRN CENTS PETJRJ
v - certificate issued for less thnn one hundred shares This company proposes to develop its property nt once. All our holdings nre between tho big gushers and Sour Lake.
m 8 ."!)m be deposited in any bank with instructions to pay same on draft of this company with stock attached or remit direct to The Ira O. Wvse-Beaumont Oil Company 417 Orleans
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