The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 177, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 3, 1902 Page: 8 of 8
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Fit for the Angels
This description sounds a
little sentimental but it wa
applied to one of our
by an cnthtMiastic admit at.
We know that these instru-
ments are certainly fit for mor-
tals. They are made by ex-
pert human hands operated
by intelligent minds to give
pleasure to educated human
ears. .. We offer organs in
a variety of styles and sizes.
E. B. LUKE
Ardmore I. T.
In a few dayo thero will bo ft mid-
den Jump InU) summer and It
will scorn liottor tlmn ever before.
Hctter l)o prepared sir with a
pair of cool and comfortnblo Hum -rnor
OjcforJs Wo nro ready with
II tho now stylos and thero'H a
whole Hummur'n comfort In ovory
pair. Our Oxford prlcm nro Jutit
kh canyon your poekotbook an the
Hlioes arc on your foot. Talent
U.itlior Patent Kid Viol Kid
from 11.50 to IS.
Don't forgot to hrln your old
Hlioon to mi when Uiey need half
nolos. Our uliouniukor does It rlnht.
HAMILTON & CO.
We to Ready
f UK' Htudio Imih been
" thoroughly renovated
and remodeled. Every-
thing flrHt cliiHH in every
respect. Better prepared
than ever to do high grade
work. The priee the
quality and the Htyle of
our photograph work can
not but pluntfc you.
5. i (Olf Mm. I. T.
0nr llimimr A llonutir'c limit nloro
loom l mull lintwmin lit; run Kitllur nnd
No Work for Nejcroes.
Tl'you wIhii to bo lif althy use
- Mmo YuIu'h Health Koimxlics.
If you wish to imvo dour whito
Hkin urn La 1' reoklu for frookluB
1.1 lv Hlcln Whlintinr. Hlrlti llnilnnr.
Huir Tonio Hair Olonnur. Ab
'moiiil Uroiim Fnco Powdor Whito
Flesh and Ilruuutto nnd ninny
olhor nrtioloH too numeroua to
M1W. MAItY h. OAKTBR.
Bo'oond door Kaat Guniburlitud
I CITY Willi SESSION
MEET tH MEW QUARTERS OFFI-
CERS PRESENT REPORTS.
Retalved U TaVc Attn Riqtrdtmq
Railroad Crovttojv 7)t Electric.
Llyhtt on City Canvast Pay
Small Damage Jciet.
Tfca Mr eoaartl'Mt j ialasay aft-
rrrtt ta tM aaw enr aau n ia
Vaa Deaotr ballrUa.. with th Mr
or m4 all tfew iMmM pmnt.
eeat Messrs. MaJJaa m4 KaaJall TU
of Uw MM ri?nlar a aid two
aallad aaaaUaaa r raa4 a ad ap-
Th poKta jv6n ska fctt nport
for tb atootft f May. saawla tkat
a ted takaa la t to Tb a wot
sa4 rmryir took hi iforta th mm
timn mat. mmi tb pomd road
aamoatatf to US 5
Tba snUtr at railroad croaslags
mm tatUM up aa4 4tscuaaaa at saass
Alaarataa (HrdMr said aa MM cob-
tortad wtth arreral lawyers raitardtax;
th eroMMaa on tha railroads; Mid
It mi lira opinion of those with wboai
ho had loaaahwf that tha railroads
could b4 compoHod to put tk proper
rrasslag otrr their roada. xad If
they rfnad to do ao the dty conM
so ahead and do the work and eoaipal
th- raltroada to pay for It; that rail-
r '! would he allowed a roaaonable
length of time for conatructlon dur-
ing whlrh time they rould atop up the
'roiling that tlili reaaonable lenath
f tirni- bad Ion; since elapsed and
that tt.i. dry would be perfectly safe
it. i". it.tr ahead and putting In the
".--uiir - in tho eyent that tbe rail
f a . I ! t do so.
V inmii M j Char en mad a motion
t.at tli" mayor notify tbe railroads at
nr t'l put In these crossings and
EhviM they fall to do so tbe city
ho il'l k' alieail and do the work.
TIk motion was carried.
Th mathT of electric llghu was
'roiiRlit up. The commlUew which
wan looking aftor the mattor soomeil
to Iip rattiTMl anrl iiulnforintHl hut
Klwooil Wolverton an a ropresonta-
tlv" of the oloctrlc IlKlit plant was
preannt ami had tlin contractM with
him for tho city to hIkii and wild that
tho plant would he preimrod to turn
on all tho llKhts for the city as per
oiitrart. by tho lfitli of this month.
Mr. Wolvorton iitatod also that thej
Anlmoro olwtrlo HkIU plant was Just
on tho ove of putting: In new tnachln-
ry nil through and that they would
soon lie praimrwl to k! Ardmore an
up to data electric light service.
W. 8. Wolverton was present and
stated that as administrator for his
brother's estate he was somewhat In
terested In the plant and he. too as
sured the council that the plant would
he put In llrst-clnss condition ; said
they had a good man employed now.
mid they wished to do tho IlKhtlng at
the town and would give the people
Ahlprmaii McCharen moved that
the mayor annolnt a committed iif
three to confor with the olnctrlc
light peoplo sign up contracts otc.
iMdiirman Oollodge reported that
tho hoiue at the cemotery was com-
pleted and that the hill was In for tho
Homo tlmo ago Honry WlnamV
horso got hurt hy going through a
hrldgo In tho olty and ho aHkod tho
city to reimburse him for tho damago
lucurrod. The city attorney lookod
Into tho matter and compromised by
allowing hlin U for samo. which
amount was allowed hy council for
Ths llnanoe oommlttoe reportixl fa-
vornlny on ISBO.ttB worth of accounts
nnd the same were ordered paid.
wr. H. s. Oarr. presldunt of the
hoard of health appear! heforo tho
council and Hke of somo of the dan
gnrs that confronted the city nt pres-
ent. The rank weixl growing up nil
over tho city the doctor said would
be greatly detrimental to the hoalth
of tho city; tho ceH pools were dan
gerous anil ho snoko of tho ono at
runners gin In particular all of
which would brood dlrtuaiu. If It was
In the power of the olty to hnvo thoso
numaooB to health romoml It would
save tho olty a groat dual of sleknoss
Alderman llott made a motion that
tho Htroot and alloy committee ho al-
lowed to haul a lot of rock Into tho
city nnd whou tlmro wore a lot of
convicts they could bo put to work
breaking rock. Somo of tho nldormon
suggoHtQd that thoy cut tho woods
hut tho rock pile seamed to hovo tho
HtrnngoHt advocates and Mr. Host's
It was moved seconded nnd carrlod
that anyono could run n stand at tho
old soldiers' rounlon within tho on
closure without paying tho city any
' jr'T-.'Jd taT pK (r tlir
AMrakaa G.r4aer railed tke ana-
tioa of coaartl to th iMasfci)J atsa-
aer la U-!i -- miik "i -rre
sxadied la tt- -i'j ) th partits -rho
tk tWna to sad front the paatares.
M toasutliiag ooht to be doae:
that while the boy left his harh of
cows for a few asiaatos to ; sad set
saather. t rows torxy4 m tie lo-
ISM. yoaat; ataaw Sdhcars or say
tkta they eseM Sad. ghastly to the
41saat of the aaSghhors. This seem-
d to ha th rasa ta all parts of taw
cftjr. sad was eTeijbydj' aalp!alac
Alderavyi JtaOharM asaa a soot km
that thl dttef of yoHr woiUr Ue paa-
tats stoats that they Mai the
etm mdar thetr coaUat at atj times.
otherwise thay waaM ha aaalared
"nttalat; at Hrga" a ad woaM he u-
fcea la tow ay the pauad mum. Tbe
asatioa was aatrkat
Alderman (foagaar statad that taw
Chtrhaaew Tatapaoae row pear had
pfapoaed to pat ia a 'paoae for any
ettr oOetat for half price aad that JH
hoped that all U aMaratea. at least.
woaM Uka adraataga af this gaaeroa
There betoK ao farther baalaess be-
fore council tba body adloaraed.
Draas bats atraat hats and baby
cap 'at half of flrat coat at Mrs. Ho-
ns rV - Mm
A maetfasg of Stonewall Jackson
casp V. C. V.. will be bald at Ora-
bam I. T. Batnrday Jane 14. at 1
o'atock p. m.
Is soma iMportaat bnslaeas will ha
hnWKht ap a tall attendant is re-
qoested. H. D. glfaVW
Retail Grocers Attention!
The o dicers and membvrsvof tha
HeUII Hrocers' aseoclatMM are urg
ently requested to mast at the near
dty ball back of the City National
bank Thursday night at S o'clock.
H. T. DALLAS
J. D. TAXNKR. President.
Cost sale of millinery while It Is
yat fresh at Mrs. James. 1-lt
Joe Wheeler Camp.
Joo Wheeler camp U. C. V. will
hold their fourth annual rounlon at
Moaldton on tho 3d 4th and Cth of
July. 1S0S. It. T. HICKKTS
Two Books LoiU
'The Momorlos of Jofforson Davis"
nnd "Four Years Among the Hebels"
two works highly prized the property
of John II. Morgnn Camp U. C. V.
Any ono having those books will
please return them to the adjutant
J. W. Oollodge Ardmorelte olflco.
Newest veiling nt Mrs. James'. l-3t
Ilev. A. C. Ilrlggs and fnmlly. Mr.
K. fiwlnn and children. Mrs. O. A.
Drain Albert Murphy Professor Cray-
craft and the Missus Hays or Knld
took their lunch and had a pleasant
outing nt the Oun nnd Itod club lako
Special attention given to view nnd
commercial work. Humtikrevllle.
Hnmly's old stand.
T)io officers nnd mom bora of the
llonovolont Society will moot at tho
rosldnncQ of Mrs. W. C. Kendall In
southwoHt Ardmoro on Thursday af-
tornoon at 3 o'clock. A full atton-
danco Is doslrod.
Mrs. M. L. MADDEN. Sec'y.
Charloy Drown colored was tried
before Commissioner Hobnett yester-
day for stealing $10. A Jury was em
paneled and nftor hoarlng tho ovl-
donco roturned a vordlct fining tho
dofondnnt S10 nnd ton dnys In Jail.
For up to-dato. stylish dressmaking
satisfaction guaranteed prlcos rens-
nnnblo boo Mrs. Harrison between
Second nnd Third avonuos on A street
N. W. Mm
Sklpworth sells Uvnhlo honey
Mrs. Juntos will sell overythlng In
mllllnory at cost. l-3t
ISvory call glvon my personal atten
tlon. Phono 74 catches a carrlago day
i ... . . 1-
or:nignu i: is. UHOATE.
Summer Tourist Rates.
to Mlnuosotn Wisconsin nnd Mlchl
gnn. Ono fnrn pliiB J 2.00. Dates of sale
Juno 1 to Sep. 30 limit for return
A. W. DUNHAM Agent.
Tho Woman's Homo nnd Foreign
Missionary socloty of tho First Pros
hytorlnn church will meet Thursda)
Juno 5 nt 4 p. in. with Mrs Poyton.
Topic for.study "South Amerlcn. Mex
ico nnd Guntemala." Leader Mrs
Haldwln shoes horses.
THE DISTRICT COURT.
Lev.li Hanwltsrv Cottrei. on Trui for
Attautt to KilL
Whaa eaart coaveaad this morals;
tistr eaaa liar vfe aa ttfal ratrAr
IJi. chafged wh amtraar
was esaaed of lj tbe Jary retarams
a rerdlrt of saiatitiajgntar.
This morateg the aase of Lwis
Itaratkan. charged with aaasaH to kill
wa canad and baft ahJea saaoaacadl
KamHiioB to a Mr aaero. 4 year
Mi. aaither reads or taty. feet and
U4 laches hash wafiria IM poaads.
an was arraated am the rTth of D-
eessWlaat at MariaXta by Depaty Mc
The OTtdanco ahaai's that oa Decern
ber tt 1901. th aafeadaa! was trar-
ellag abaag tha raad aaar Marletu.
and was la a arjgai eoadltlon. In a
aid clas by taw rad was Uge Sham
bra and ht wife both colored and
aad ffaastttaa. knowing of nothing
better to employ his mind thoaght be
wtowld take a faacy shot at' thg aged
coople la tha Said. M fred and the
baU atrack tha ground bs the
coaale. Tor this offense Ha mil ton was
pmred aatfer arrest lodged In jell and
Is betag tried today for the offense.
As we go to press the Jury was oat
In tbe Lewis Hamilton case.
Tha Jury In tha Bea Ward case
aeithsK Hnnor 'waa also out
The following othar Janata was
J. B. Haley teretny boad forfeited
M. J. Trait embezzlement; dismiss
George Ilnby and Albert Evans sell
lng liquor' both defendants with
draw ptaa of not gtUlty aad pbaded
Walter Hicks uttering forg i In
strument; withdraw plea of not guii
ty and deeded gUty.
Lum Hohamta Tom Hunter an-
Tom Keller obstructing process de-
fendants Hobanan and Hunter rarb
pleaded guilty and war flnei 'n an'
allowed 15 days In which to pay ttu -fines.
Tom Keller obstructing pre-
cess was discharged.
At the council meeting yextr-rday
afternoon permission was grantee
the Methodist people to use the clt)
hall on days of worship. In which to
nooth tho 4-months-old baby of Mr
and Mrs. W. A. Towory died yester
day of bowol complaint. Tho funeral
took placo at South cemetory where
the romalns wore hurled. Itev. J. M
Haldwln shoos horses exclusively.
Shop on East Uroadway. 30-10t
Llthla Water! Llthla Water!
Nothing to equal Llthla Water pure
and wholosomo. Try It. Crown Hot-
tllng Works. 3-tf
Millinery hns boon selling cheap
at Mrs. James' during the past
month hut from June 1st It will he
cheaper; ovorythlng at almost your
own price. l-3t
Lightning Kills Crops.
The freaks of lightning never coaso.
It strikes a man. runs down and
through a part of him tear his clothos
off and still tho man llvos.
Last Thursday night when tho elec-
tric batteries woro at their host ono
flash struck tho ground nhout 250
yards from Johnson's store at MIlo
and finding nothing hctter to work on
killed about a quarter of an aero of
cotton completely parching It. A sim
ilar flash about a half mllo west
struck C. Q. Johnson's garden killing
nearly all tho vegetables growing in
tho garden. Tho little tondor beans
that tho housewife would havo picked
noxt day for dinner were burned to
n crisp and the beans rattled in tho
pods as though dried by nature
I.cavo bus and carrlago calls at
Banks botol for Cathcy's bus. Prompt
Women's Foreign Mission.
Tho Womon's Forolgn Mission so
cloty of tho Uroadway Methodist
church will meet with Mrs. S. S. To!-
son Thursday at 3 o'clock p. m.
MRS. J. M. GHOSS Sec.
Ono ploasliiR foaturo of tho enter-
tnlnmont for thoao who nttoml tho re-
union will be tho reproduction of
"Amorlea" hy a bevy of llttlo girls
undor tho Instruction of Mrs. V. A.
Mcdlcnteil snlt makes healthy milk
cows nnd stock cattlo. Don't try to
do without It.
30-Ot1 KBLKKIt' Tho Grocer.
Llthla Water hns no equal. Try It.
Ono dollar n caso nt Crowp Uottllng
begs to announco that a limit-
od number of pupils on Piano
V "will bo accepted.
S T O
Always of Vital Interest io Everybody Who Buys Shoes.
This -week -we have some:
C dds and ends in Ladies' Oxfords turned HCr
les sizes 2 to 3 for '
im a loreiv line of Ian Oxfords and Strap Sandals at less
t'aeot. .. You will find our line of Children's and Infanta'
Mrsp Randal? ery complete and tbe prices much lower than
too exp-et to puy. .. Onr store is headquarters for good
vu fonable strong Footwear for men. as well as the most styl-
Uh iiae in the city. It's always a pleasure to show you every
piece of Footwear in the bouse.
LYNN the Shoe Man.
JOE BAUMLIN Proprietor.
Meals Short Orders and Sandwiches at all Hours.
Lunches put up for Fishing and Picnic Parties.
'J"IIE only place in Ardmore to bring your wife $
and sweetheart for a lunch. Hood well cooked t
Linen clean. Perfect order at all times. Special
spread -every Sunday for Dinner. ?
IIlINorth Washington Street.
and never find them wanting. If you care for a hat whose material
is fadelesi whose lhape it faultlen whose stitching is ripless and
doesn t crow dingy come in and look over these Longley Low U
Alexanders. They include the great "ELK" Brand goods.
They re honest hats at
LONGLEY LOW & ALEXANDER Clovu md Cap are excellent
S1G SIMON CO.
and the nobbiest Street Hats for Ladies Misses and Chil-
dren that have been shown and also Hair Switches and
MRS. M. E. SPURGEON
! CREAM BAKERY
..Bread and Cakes
are the best in Ardmore. Try them
and you will like
iH 1 1 1 Hill
y --v -sjujjjMjwwwj3OJ3J3li
J-C Misses' 1
i win commence on Monday morning ?J
H closing out my Spring and Summer j
Hats at cost and it will pay everybody o
$ to call and see these big bargains. Call W
4 quick for the best selection. J
1 J. J. iDabbs ct
4 at Madden. Sykes & Co.
JOE BAUMLIN Proprietor. i
They're modish. They're o! long
an honest price.
at Actual Cost
them. Give me an
J. N- IMRIE.
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