The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 172, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 19, 1901 Page: 8 of 12
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off that old Piano or
Organ and get a nice
new up to date piano.
We will trntle with yon
nml Rivo you easy pay-
incuts on the balance if
yon want it.
B. B. LUKE
AKDMOUK I. T.
Hardie's Eltlo Cigar.
It lin'tlwhat jroo !r for n Cigar. J
It'll the plumure that Clicar itlvtm v
jrnu. If thru'" a siHi-aaiiMrini:
ciunlliy IB a a teni iinr innrn . mi
umi narlDic 10 ril for n amoks.
You won't he ilUaptminteil la thr
ISI.DO CIO AH.
T It 1). HAKDIC Manufacturer
lVnnliiKton A. Hlimit'n Itullitlnn.
The Wells-PorRO Express com-
tMtiv will cm ty any douatiou tu
tho Jacksonville sairerers free ol
charge- Open up your heartr
gentlemen you may be placed yel
iu a t-imiliir predicament without
a place to lay your head and with
.out the pi ice of a meal's victuals
lMriinming done in latest stylo
at J. J. Dabbs'.
Giuuiuo Waukesha luineral wa
ter al People Co.
Time will be no preaching to-
(Jay ut 11 o'ulnek at the Carter
ivoiiue ehiireh. on aeeonnt of
IjtaliOP HaiRM.Vf meaehiuR at thu
cbllrgo. There will bo pruaehiuR
toniRht however by ltev. A. C
See the gasoline move in Weeks
altos' show widow. It is the best
on oaith. Just what your home
needs duriiiR the summer weuther.
Nicest line of sailors in town at
Who is tho friend of the people 1
The man who s-'lls cheap the man
who never misses an opportunity
of securing bargains for his cus-
tomers. Buy suits refrigerators
chaffs" window shades side boards
etc..; from Mason the second hand
Licensed to Wed.
I T. O'Daiiiel. Ardmore and
Catrie Brognn. Oriutie.
15c for rough and ready sailors
at J. J. Daubs'.
I T. N.
ISuslncss That Cnme Up Hcforc Jud;c
Tim district court convened yes
t ci day morniiiR mid transacted
considerable bushier tip to noon
when thu court luljourned uiitil
.Monday when the criminal docket
will bo taken up. Aidoiir other
business dispoied of yesterday is
S. C- Clouts v. Win. Brown
United State- vs. Henry Lynn
ct-nl.; judgment for plaintiff for
$2.) coats remitted.
United States vr. Thos. Davis
et ill.; judgment ngninit J. S.
Davis; dismiMed as to other de
United Slates va. A. W. Money
et. al.; Continued for service.
United States vs. Omio Ends;
judgment against defeuduut for
$100 costs remitted-
United States vs. Todd KiiiR e
el.; judRinent for $2. costs remit-
ted. United States vs. Jim Todd et.
nl.: jiulRmeut uRanut all defend
United States vs. Mel Davis et
United States vs. K- McICuskill
et. ah; judgment tor all detond-
aut. E- J. Cox vs. Juke Palmer; con
tinued by agreement.
United States vs Ilnrrio Jones
et. ah; continued.
J. W. McClendeu et. nlr vs.
bner Blocker et. al.: continued
Mrs. M. Morris vs. W. P Beard
ot. al.; judRinent by defendant.
J. It. Shauuon vs. Love &
Thurmond; dismissed for waut of
A. Graves vs. S- Tu.ttlej con-
tinued. H. B. Jackson was appointed
notary public at Ada.
At P. H. lleuson's iu South
Ardmore. Owner can have same
by proviuR propel ty imu payuiR
Jo Bastin has put iu 11 handsome
soda fount where ho formerly
sold cider and will add a stock of
drugs within a few weeks.
Have you seen the latest street
hat "The Manhattan Swell?"
Mr. James has them and they are
tin to now. lGfcl'J
I. (). O. I'. Memorial Day.
Grand Master W. T. Gardner
of the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows of the Indian territory
has issued a proclamation desig
tinting the fifth Thursday of this
month. May 30th. us memorial
day in this jurisdiction request
iug all subordinate lodges that
have sull'eied loss of membership
by death to assemble and engage
in miner and suitable exercises of
their deceased members.
Furniture sold on easy pay
mouts if you wish at the furni
turn nud unmet house of C. H.
1 Don't lot your henters got wot
and rust sell them to Mason the
second hand man. 1 lm
Services at 11 o'clock. Subject:
"Soul and Body." Sunday school
at 10 o'clock. Come out and lis
ten to this subject as brought out
iu the light of Christian Science.
The AiuiMOiiuiTK has for sale iu
any quantity to small purchasers
100 reams of 24x:U blank news
paper at lowest market price.
Can and will
for you on
L E M A N.
THE PASSING THRONG.
the World's a State and
one Plays a Part
John Montzor mayor ot Hickory
Is Iu tho olty.
J. I). Kroeman was hero yrnterd.iy
Itov. .1. K. Holland was hero Fri-
day from Marietta.
Itov. J. I. Sullivan of Marietta Is
vUltlng In tho city.
Kov. J. W. Morrla wont to llnrwyn
ho wlioro preaches todny.
Mra. Laura .1 anion loaves today (or
Oklahoma City on business
Capt. J. H. Hanimor camo down
from tho Valley last ovonlng.
J. U. O'Hrynn of Tishomingo wn
among our visitors yostordoy.
Mrs. M. K. Dobbins took ti.o trnla
yostorday aftortioon for Qalnosvillo.
M. K. lloniar returned yesterday
afternoon from n trip through Okla-
homa W. D. I'ottor and S. A. DourIbbs
wont to Clnlnosvlllo yostorday nltor-
noon. Dr. S. A. Utllln of Karl passed
through tho city yostorday to I.ono
V. A Davis aocompanlod by his
little son is visiting his old Missouri
Dr. A. J. Wolvorton and 8. T.
Uledsoo wont down to Marietta I ri-
Momon I'rulott and Htllwoll II.
KuuboII camo in. from Pauls Valloy
Miss Ada Harding of Karl left yes-
torduv for Donton lexas whoro
ho will visit relatlvos.
IU U. Hcrlpturs an experienced
rocer ot Donton Texas and nu old
frlond of I'ortor Staples is here pros-
Bishop II. K. Hargrove of Nash-
illo Tonn. arrbted yestorday noon
and will p roach today at Hargrove
Uuv. A. C. BtIrk and wife of
SpriuRor aro in. tho city attondlng
couimencemont axorclses at Har
Miss Fay Smith from Alvln Texas
Is visiting thofiimUy of Rov. J. W.
Morris. Miss- Smith expects to
toaoli a music alass here during tho
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Coston who
avo boon living at Ada for some
tlmo. have returned to their first
lovo and wUL make Ardmore their
Mrs. Sam Weeks leaves today Us
westorn Texas whoro eho will visit
during tho summer with friends aud
relatives. Mr. Weeks will aoconi
pauy hor as far as Fort Worth.
Miss tianulo Hoarnej of Uoaumont
Texas who has hoen horo for oomo
tlmo tho guost of hor Aunt Mrs
MJ L. Oarrett will depart today for
Wyiiiwoo.-l. whoro she will visit
Miss Uorlha Tuokor haB roturned
rom a wook'b stay ni rort worm
with Mrs. Arthur James at the Hani
tarlum. She was accompanied homo
by little Miss Kiln a Jones. Mils
Tuckor reports Josso James' condi
tion some Uttlo bottor as ho Is now
able to sit up In bod.
Call aud see the new Turbans at
Carpet ninttiiiR. rugs art
squares linoleum nnu witxiow
hadrs at the furniture house of C.
The loveliest designs iu millinery
nt mid-summer prices at Mrs.
W. H Moore of Ardmore who
some time ago purchased the gin
property of E. H. King at this
place has had the old giu building
torn down and now has a force of
men putting up a new building ou
the old site. When the building is
finished ho will put iu one of the
latest improved nud host rius in
the territory. Marietta Monitor.
God's Message to the Indians-
Pamphlet free; postpaid. Address
P. 0. Bo 05S Chicago. 1'JiUw lm
Fifty-two iron nnd brass beds
just received nt tho furniture and
carpet house of C It. Jones. Cash
or easy payments.
IlofriRorutors at the furnituro
house of C. It- Jonos. Cash or
Go to Peoples & Co. and hear
the sweetest uiusie you over lis
Street hat special salo nt J. J.
Plrst-Class Camp Cook Wanted.
First-class camp cook wanted nt
once Apply nt this office or to J
W. Powell Mannsville I. T. lGtf
AT HAROKOVI! COLLEIIIL
ClosltiR- Exercises Commenced Friday
I Nlxlit i'loa5aiit llntertnliinmnt.
The closing exercises of the Hnr-
fjrove college commenced Priduy
night with recitutions music etc.
by Miss Ijuura Scott's primary tie-
pattment. Jliss Sullie Young's
mandolin class the recitations by
the Vupila the "bontiiiR porty"
unu 1 in rest ot tne p'ORrnui was
carried out to the letter.
Que thing not laid down on tli?
prORrdm was the nwardinR of
gold medal by Sister Whitten to
little Miss Ifrunetta Howell of
Davis for keeping the cleanest and
tidyest room of any of the students.
Yesterday morning there was a
contest for a r M medal Riven by
t'le City ISiitionul bank.
Last night the?e whs n contest
by the young ladies representinR
the literaiy societies for a Rold
medal Riven by the First National
bank. The elocution class also
contested for a gold medal given
by the ludian Missionary confer-
ence. This morning Bishop It. K.
HarRtove. of Nashville Teun.
will preach the cocsaientement ser-
mon nt 11 o'clock iu the eolleRe.
At 8:110 toniRht the young people's
sermon will be preached by ltev.
Sain J. Thompson presiding elder
of the Oklahomn district.
Tomorrow at 10 e'cloek orntions
and essays nud the-annual address
by Bev. L. M -Broyles of Oklaho
ma City. In the afternoon nt3:S0
a musical recital with sorae ret-ita-tions.
At 8-. 3(1' i. m. tk annual
closing concert atxli tbe- awarding
o diplomas and' medals.
Sprogins-&; G- hare- aim out a
car ot screen door and screen
wire. Their stotk iudiailes many
designs in funoy doors as wll as
tbe cheap doors. It matters not
what kind you want Spragins can
Just cnme in Heed &
rocking chairs a paetty assortment
ut C It. Jones.
Mrs. Jhs. 21 GoMedRe is. report
ed quite sick-
If yoiiiwaut to purchase- a good
business lot see the Laidlaw Lum
ber Co. latf
Ou account of the illness of the
pastor there will be no services at
C. P. chinch tonight. C. M. Cob
Wa.ntbd Wbito wuimm to cook
iumI do housework- Apply nt
ColemuK Bros.' drug store. 10 2
rirst liaptlst. Church.
bunduy school this morning
promptly at 'J:I o'clock For
rotiso& of the services at Hargrove
there will bo no 11 o'clock sorvioes.
Usual uight servicee will be held.
J. F. Youxo Pastor
Look Were I'coplul
If you want n first-class job of
horse shoeing call on Don Conway.
lie now hns in his employ 11 first
class horee shoer and trainer. Give
him 11 call and be convinced. lGtl
CcntttI Baptist Church.
There will be no preaching nt
the 11 o'clock hour this service is
dismissed so that all may hear the
commeucement sermon nt the liar
grove college. However there
will be preaching as usual at S:30
p. m. S- F. Muuwiv Pastor.
'"The Manhattan Swell" is tbe
hat. -Order in nny color nt Mrs
James' fromSl.. to $2.50. 1G.UU
Hear The Illshop Today.
Bishop Hargrove will preach
the commencement sermon nt Hnr
grove college today. Let there be
a crowded house. The bishop is
an eloquent speaker nnd his ser
mon todoy promises to be n treat
Mrs. Spui-Roon has tho prettiest
hats in Ardmore and her mid
summer prices are now on.
There will be Sunday school a
9 o'clock this morniuR nt th
Broadwoy Methodist church. There
will bo no service however nt
cither morniiiR or night. Every
body will have an opportunity to
attend the commencement sermon
by Bishop Hargrovo at HarRiov
When you Ret screen doors from
the Laidlaw Lumber Co. you Ret
the heaviest mortise door. uilOtf
New Shoes and New Styles;
Fop Spring and Summer.
We-have not had n fire; bought no-water waked goods neither are we
closing out business
But We Want to Sell Shoes.
Self you the size yon want the styls you want and nt any price fioui
75c to $3 50
iu Ladies' footwenr.
Children's urnl misses' from-
50c to $2 00
-all styles and lenthers fioin
We guarantee yon your money's
maker employed. Hhoes minle- or
to be had always at your service. Special attention given to out
ot town trade. Prices on all street hats ledaced this week.
MRS. JAMES Milliner.
At tiar Jan.
James Price Chester Hnllrs It.
E. Lnufiiir und Sum Elller wew
irought down from Pauls Wiley
Friday eveniuR by Deputy llenaon
and placed' in jnib They wern
brouRht bare to- serve out a sentence-
for dealing in liquor( and
each were-assessed CO days-and'
Wnii Mtii phy ttTe bond yester
day aud was reimoed. This leaves
$T. prisoners in jnib
Rough and ready sailors for Ific
ht Ji J. IItabbB
There is- only one paee in Ard-
more to. Ret pure- ice cream; that's
it Peoples & Co.
No home is- complete without
the Staudard Sewing; Maebiue-'.
Buy thorn fro Weeke Bros-
I- have a big line of bran now
cook 3toves. the standard make&.
jThey will be soldnery cheap on
exchanged foi-secoml hand onos.
For bargains in furniture como to
my store. W. II. Hookhs..
v.NTiat bouge organizoi-s- 111
every state. Liberal inducements
offered nnd easy Jo work. Two to
four hundred dollars per month.
Address tienevoJent Knight 31eri-
diau Miss lion 1-H. l;i-Gt
Tiik AitDMOKfiTi: has f'o sule to
small purohusers 100 reams of
blank newspaper 2 .'!(). ak lowest
Wo have for rent yO.OftO ucri'S of
good pasture land.
2Sdwtf Hudson &Aiinoi.d.
Having decided not to occupy
the lots immediately north of the
AitmioiiKiTK office we arc going to
sell them. These ore valuable lets
right ui the heart of the city.
See- the Laidlaw Lumber Co.t if
you want a lot. 1'Jtf
LOWENSTEIN'S always ahead in receiving
new and popular MILLINERY. Our aim is
to sell the most stvlish Trimmc.-l Hnr-. nt
prices where all fancy profits
make friends with every sale.
Just received another lot
as long as they last
Rough and Ready
Wa are headquarters for
lp to date iu styles. We guar
anteo these patterns perfect in
usj'-udiM'ntt oorcjsir lit when cut nccordiug to direc-
with turv..wr.i .. r tions. All patterns aro 10 cts
New Idea Fashion Review
New Idea Woman's Magazine
Now on Sale.
First class German shoe-
All work guaranteed
comes in for it lurge
share of otw attention
We can relieve moth-
ers of the trouble of
planning aad making their chil
'a hats or assist those who
ire to do their own trimming.
ither ease money cn be saved
by iMirohasiR here.
Everything in millinery nt the
.lowest prices The best trimmers
TOLD BY TELEPHONE.
Words Whispered in Our Ear From
Inland Towns In the Territory
U'elepho-aic conueetiou w i t h
ottier towas hah- been cut off'for
We hare had too much raiu iu
Miss Vadn HanJrn who has
ben visiting nid Mrs Hefiln
bn retxrned to her home- nt De-
1 VALINE V
! Lymn Meshardy is stilbon trial
ibr th munler of City Marshal
jLlyers at Davis.
Our citizens who have been at
Benumont are expected home to-
morrow. Will Light U now located at Cur-
ter's born. 'phone 107. 'Bus-moots
all trains day nnd night. When
Light gets your call you never get
left. 5. Lin
The Ardmore Undertaking
and hiiiralming Co.
Hav' a complete line ot
burial caskets coflln.- and
Sme One Always at tho Store.
Hudolph Win. Klepzig
Harmony and Counterpoint.
HcKlnnors well as Ad vane 4
For terms write to P. O. Box 32
Ardmore I. T.
are wholly forgotten. We
ol KNOX SAILORS speci.-i!
Straw Sailors 25c
Misses' and Children's Trimmed Hats 60c
Wo have the agency for
-Ladlct Tailor Mid
Ixm 32. 31 36. M. W. t2
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