The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 21, Ed. 1, Friday, November 22, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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The Cost Sale Still Continues at
Come before these floods are gone if you want ;. .
-nop f-frAo l no 1c rin&o s Clothing Men s and Boy s () ercoals (or less than
D 111 a I w m Tj ml 3 VI U .Hill
J iJJ VJuUuj? IjIUuIVJ vxlvJ you can buy them in any other store in Ardmore.
STORY OF AN EAGLE.
Caught In a Trnp Set Free Now
Wears a Collar.
Wellington. Nov. Jl. That young
angle caught in a trnp was brought to
Wellington taut night ami left with
Cash .Moore who had u copper plate
engraved with the namo "T. H. Daw-
son. Mayfleltl. Kan.. Noveim-bor 20
1001." and faattnod It around thi ens-
le'rt nock this morning and turnoil It
looie in the street In front or LIcltten-
Itorgci's barber shop. The eagle Hew
oft In a southerly direction and turned
woat toward Slato crcok.
If the eagle Is ovor captured again
Its captors will notice the plutc on Its
neck and will doubtless Inform Dawson
of the date and place of Its capture.
It was not Injured by the steel trap as
It was caught by one of the toes which
hears only a slight scratch.
Spreads Like Wildfire.
When things aro 'the host" they
become "the best selling.' Abraham
Hare a leading druggist of Belleville
O. writes: "Electric Hitters aro the
host selling bitters I have handled In
20 years." on know why? Most ills
cases begin In disorders of stomach
liver kldnoy bowels blood and nerves
Electric Hitters tones up the stomach.
regulates liver kldnoy and bowels
purines the blood strengthens the
nerves hence cures multitudes of ma-1
adlcs. It builds up the entire system
Puts now life and vigor Into any weal
sickly rundown man or woman. Price
CO cents. Sold by W. 15. Frame drug
A BIG RECORD.
Negro Deputy Marshal at Muskogee
A Good One.
Muskogee I. T.. Nov. 21. llass
Hecvos a negro deputy marshal worl
Ing lor the Muskogee court claims
that he has been a deputy for twenty'
seven years; that during thnt time
he has arrested more than three thou
sand men and women. He has accord
Ing to his statement during that time
killed twelve men. Two of them were
brothers and belonged to the Primer
family of uugroes. who roamed ovc
the northwestern part of tho Indian
Territory for many years.
Heeves says that he was well ac
quainted with all the members of tha
family fifteen In number and that
cloven of them died with their boots
on. He also says that a Seminole In
dlan Is the hardest man to arrest of
any class of people ho ovor mot that
ho Is always ready and If given a
ghost of a chance ho will shoot you
When the civil war broke out
Hooves was a slavo and belonged to
Col. lteovos of Grayson county Texas.
Colonel Hoovos Joined the Eleventh
Toxas cavalry and fought with tho
South during tho war. Pass was wltl
Ills master during tliatt!me. Ho was
in the battles of Chicknmagtm and
Missionary Ktdgc. Later he was In
the battle of Pea Hldge. Ark. and
saw Oenoral MeCulloek who he full.
A TEXAS WONDER
HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY.
One small bottle of Hall'a Clnat
Discovery cures all kidney and blud-
ler troubloB remove gravel cures
diabetes seminal omission weak
and lama back rheumatism and all
i regularities of the kidneys and
bladder in both women and men.
Peculates bladder trouble In children.
If not sold by your druggist Will be
sent by mall on receipt of $1. One
small bottlo Is two month's treatment
and will euro any cause nbovu men
tioned. PH. K. W. HA1.U
Sole manufacturer St. Louis Mo. for-
morly of Wnco Toxas.
Sold by all druggist ami W. P.
Frame Ardmore I. T.
Waco Toxas Oct. 8. 1001.
Dr. B. W. Hall. St. Louis: Dear
Sir Replying to your Inquiry regard
ing the Toxas Wonder Hall s Great
Discovery i wish to say that 1 regard
It as the most wonderful of any medi
cine I have any knowlcdgo of. I firm
ly believe It cured mo of a severe kid
ney trouble In 1807 as slnco that time
I have passed a rigid examination for
life Insurance. I cheerfully recommonil
It to any ono suffering with kidney
trouble .iiose respectfully HORACE
TELEGRAPH MANAGER ARRESTED
Charged With Carrying on a "Green
New York. Nov. 21. John P Pcrt-
holf. mnnnger of the Eastern division
of the Western Union Telegrnph com
pany In Jersey City N. J. was arrest
ed today on the charge thai he had
been carrjmg on n "green goods"
business. The complaint was made
by Chief of Police Murphy.
Tho police have In their possession
several circulars sent to the south and
west and assorts that thoy can show
that tho telegraphic replies of tho
prospective victim went direct to
Isaac Kershaw a telegraph opera
tor who transmitted soma of tho tele-
grams alleged to have been received
by Hortholf nnd who gavo the police
a statement agaliiRt 111 ni was also ar
rested on a charge similar to that
preferred against the manager.
Modern Surgery Surpassed.
"While suffering from n bad case of
piles 1 consulted a physician who ad-
vised mo to try a box of DoWltt's
.Witch Hnxol Salve." says O. F. Carter.
Atlanta. Ga. "I procured a box and
was ontitoly cured. DoWltt's Witch
Hanoi Salvo Is a splendid euro for
piles giving relief Instantly and I
heartily recommend It to all suitor-
ors.'" Surgery Is unnecessary to euro
piles. DoWltt's Witch Hazol Salvo will
euro any case. Cuts burns bruises and
all otlior wounds nro also quickly
curqd by It. Itown.ro of counterfeits.
City Drug Store.
When n child tolls its first Ho to
Its mother she tolls It to her frlonds
lu order that she may relate thai
alio shut herself up in a room and
cried a wrok about It.
Ardmoro Is sure to mnko a town
now. It has ehoap fuol. Try It. Phono
70 at Wcoks Pros.
Not a Dissenting Vote.
.. A porfoct luxatlvo! Thnt Is tho tin-
nnlmous vordlct of tho peoplo who
use Dr. Cnldwoll's Syrup Popsln. 30c
and 11.00 sizes. Sold by W. P. Frame
Ardmoro and Mnditl.
Program Arranged for Their Session
at Ardmore Nov. 29 and 30.
Following Is tho program arranged
for tho Chickasaw Teacher's assocla
tlon. which will be held In Ardmoro
on November 20 nnd 30:
Friday November 20.
10:00. Welcome Address. II. C. Pot
terf Ardmoro; response P. Stoph
"Tho Maintenance of Order in the
School Room" Miss Posslo Shan
Discussion Miss Mary Alexander
Marietta; Mrs. V. A. Nlblack Ard
11:00. "The Need of Memory Work In
Our Schools." E. E. Hay well Davis:
DIsciisslo" Miss Ivy Fonvlllo .Davis;
Miss Atl'o Morsfelder Ardmore.
2:00. "Tho Elemonts of a Successful
Teachor" Jas. M. Osborn. Pauls
Discussion Miss Eunice Dozler Pur-
cell; John W. Ready Hargrove Col-
lege. Gonoral discussion.
3:30. "Host Method of Teaching Com-
position" D. .1. MoDonnld. Madlll.
Discussion J. R. demons Davis; W.
P. Puryoar .Sulphur.
8:00. Oratorical Contest.
Saturday November 30.
0:30. "The Dovolopniont of Powor" P.
DlBousslon J. Taylor Johnson Wyn-
10:30. "The Educntlvo Value of His-
tory." Jno. W. Carr Ardmore.
11:00. "Tho Value of Reading." Miss
Lura Williams Ardmoro.
Discussion Miss Moldn Smith Ardmoro.
2:00. "Tho Homo as an Educational
Fnctor" J. W. Prooks. Purcoll.
DiscuBslon Geo. Pock supervisor
Discussion J. M Young Hnrgrovo
3:30. Puslness Session.
Prosldont J. R. Hondiix Ardmoro.
1st Vlco-Prosldont Jno. M. Simp-
2nd Vlco-Prosldont Miss V. R.
Socrotary MIsh Eunlco Dozlor Pur.
Treasurer J. R. demons.. Davis.
On Decombor 21-22-1.3 1001 the St.
Louis Southwestern Railway company
of Texas will soil round trip tickets
from all stations on its line to points
In Missouri Arkansas and tho South-
east at greatly reduced rates. These
tickets will bear return limit of thirty
days from date of sale.
As usual the COTTON PELT
ROUTE will offer special Inducements
lu tho way of equipment service and
connections for tho accommodation of
thoso wlshjng to spend tho Christmas
nt homo. This road enjoys a wide-
spread popularity on nro unit of the
excellent manner in which tho hol-
iday business has bcon cared for In
yenrs past and will spare no effort
to prove worthy of Its reputation In
For full Information regarding ratjs
and schedules and for descriptive
pamphlets address any agont of this
T.P.LIttlo.P.A.. Hus Hoovor TP. A
Corslcann Tex. Waco To.v
D. M. Morgan T.P.A. Ft. Worth Tex
W.H. Weoks G.P.&T.A.. Tylor Toxao
The BurllDfilon's California Excursions.
Every Thursday from Knisas Clly
sud St. Joseph the Hurllngton's Cali-
fornia Tourist Sleeping Excursions
leave under protection of special con
due tors. The routo Is via Dcnvei
Scenic Colorndo Salt Lake U'ty the
route of oqunhlo climate. Arrange to
Join theso excursions.
Tbe Great Northwest Movement.
Tho Hurllngtoii-Norlhern Pacific
route via Hillings Mont.. Is the short
lino to tho cntlro Upper Nort'iwot
from Kansas City and Denver; groat
dally through trains of Chair Cars
Sleepers. Dining Cars to Pugct sound
and Portland. Send for special folder
"Tho Purllngton-Northorn Pacific
October lGth November Dth and
10th December 3rd nnd 17th.
A Great Railroad.
The Hurl?- n is tho best lino Kan
sas City to Chicago St. Louis Omaha
St. Paul Denver San Francisco
Ruttc HcIcm ipokano Puget Sound.
Write v.Z i-T rates nnd printed mat
tor describing jour proposed trip.
L. J. BRICKER L.W.WAKELEY
T P A. 823 Main Ht
f nun iiaiuMaic uivrc
New Hardware Store
Clen. I'nu. A Kent
Oeneral Manncor. Ht Lnula
G desire to call your attention' to
ot Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Heating and Cooking Stoves Build-
ers' Material and Tools Saddlery
We also carry a full line of Lumber
Shingles Sash Doors and Screens.
These goods have been bought for
cash and will be sold for a legitimate
profit. Call on us when in town.
SUGGS & BRO.
SANTA FE EXCURSIONS.
International Live Stock Exposition
and Annual Convention National
Live Stock Association Chicago III.
November HOth to December 6th
For tho above occasion wc will sell
excursion tickets to Chicago and re
turn at rate of ono stnndard flrst-class
limited faro plus $2.00. Tickets on salo
December 1st and 2nd; limited to Do
combor 10th 1901 for llnal return.
For further information call ui
Meeting North Texas Teachers' Atso-
elation Gainesville Texas Novem-
ber 29 1901.
For this occasion we will sell ex-
cursion tickets to Onlnosvlllo n rate
of one and one-third faro for the
round trip. Tickets one salo Novnn-
bor 2!. 1301. Limited to Decembe r 1
1901 Tor final roturn.
A. W .DUNHAM Agent.
which wc will deliycr to your liomc
Just a little cheaper than any other
bouse. Cut this list out and order
Dodson & Brnuu'fi Tbtnnto
Midcets Sweet Pickles.
Homo innde American styln
' Evaporated Horse Uadish.
Spanish Queen Olives plain
Tobasco Pepper Sauce.
Mustard with Horse Radish.
Pickled Pepper Hash.
Tirer Brand bulk Preserves.
Preserved Pitted Cherries.
Gold Seal preserved Fruits.
Belle Farm Apple Butter.
And all kinds of Staple Grocer-
ies and Feed.
Ihu put on n now train known as tho
'OKLAHOMA LIMITED" between Ok-
laiiomu City and Kansas City. This Is
tho fastest and finest equipped train
out of Oklahoma for Kansas City St.
Louis and Memphis.
Tho "OKLAHOMA LLMITICD"
loaves Oklahoma City tit 0:10 p. in.
arriving nt KnnsaB City 7; 40 next
morning St. Louis fi:.ir p. in. and
Momplils G:00 p. m. It consists of bag-
gage car threo (3) chair cars and
ono (1) Pullman. Tho Pullman sleeper
and one chair car goes through to
nnsas City without chnngo one chair
car through to St. Louis and ono
through to Momplils. Tho roturn train
loavos Kansas City 0:20 p. ni. nrrlvlng
nt Oklalionin City lOu'fi n. m.
Further Information regarding ratoB
time otc will ho oheorl'ully given by
nny Frisco System Agont or tho under-
Rlgnod. P. F. DUNN.
. District Passenger Agont Wichita
Broadway Carriage Shop
ALL kinds ol Buggy Work
done such as Painting
Also new work built to order.
our Tires Reset with Henderson's Gold Tire Setting Machini
D. E. ALLEN
has tnt.itors rw dealers
will siil tit'iti- t jc u don't
watrh (-it Pf uri you gc
Coke tli.Mirii'tiial ii'i.-irantei'd
i ur' lr Dandruff f.illiii hair
;ilp rxema etc. A (lash
on Hie hair alter bathing pre
vents colds. Awarded medals
and all honors at Paris Expo-
sition ii-r all competitors.
Sold Ever) where. Hook about II free.
"Coin Ji.inilnill r im l ttohrmllr
ii.ihI hy hMnt'MM of I ' inipri'i.
"JolinW. PniwnKiiiif otllrlnl
l Ior lion . . i it- inpn! itiv b.
B A. K. UKUMUK tit). tllltAUU.
i im mi if i'iiw ii mini 1 1 i nmiMimiMBiiwn
I & Toilet Soap
Bcleiii! the hair ami r .ilp
B cioars mo compic.ioii v.ircyi
for the lnh.
W. P. FRAME. Druggist.
Prompt attention will
be given to all Sanitary
work. Notify me thro'
I the postoffice. Box 704
AND THE n .
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
KATY GHAia CARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY
Dr. CnlrtwcII'H K.vi up Pepsin to euro
nny cuo ot'Consiipation liullvtitloii
Sick Headache or Stomach Ti-oublo
wlion taUcn according to directions.
03. W- B. CALDV.'EUU
ir. aftc;- t.ttln uvo-tlilrl3 rt fifty
cent or ono dollar hou: it iliil.' to
tlo an rcprpscnuxl va will refund tlio
PEPSIH SYRUP COMPANY ao?""
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