The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 273, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 24, 1902 Page: 5 of 8
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To Our Friends and Customers.
We the undersigned nwhaus ot
rdmore resprrtfully Inform our
rlonds and patrons tlint our respect-
vo places of business will be closed
hn the following dotes: Thursday
pet. 2 and Saturday Oct. 11 those
lays being our Jewish Now Year and
ilay of Atonoment.
WKSTHEIMER & DAUtllS
GUS AARONSON & CO.
JAKE A. BODOW1TZ
J. H. KAHN
J. N. BARALL
CINCINNATI RACKET STORE
BALTIMORE RACKET STORE.
School books npw and second-hand
ior salo by J. B. Wall & Co. Book
Satchel frco to each pupil. Buy your
T' ooks from us.
10-tf. J. B. WALL & CO.
k'EV ORLEANS LA.
Annual meeting American Bank'
ers' association New Orleans La.
Nov. 11 to 13. On Nov. 7 8 and
9 the 0. C. & S. F. railway will
soli tickets to New Orleans La.
and return for $19.CB limited ton
days from date of salo.
W. A. DASHIELL
1 Church Notice.
Tho fourth quarterly conforenco for
broadway Methodist church will bo
)old in tho office of tho City National
"tank Thursday tho 2Dth at 7:30 p.
m.. Tho local preachers will bo ex
..iectod to mako written roports of
Their year's work also tho trustees of
ihureh property. The Women's For
eign and Homo Missionary socletlos
Will bo asked for written roports.
o W. J. SIMS P. E.
l W. A. Trldo formerly a member of
e firm of Golledge & Co. Is now con-
ected with me In the tin business and
vltes all his frlonds to rail on him
'e aro prepared to do all kinds of tin
ooflng and tin work on short notice
VII A T1RRTIY1TII.T.
fho tin shop by tho olectrle light
ini tnnvn lms anil carriage calls at
!MtV Livery Stable Phono 27.
i ii.im T. B. CATHEY
j Notice ot Dissolution.
o. Tho firm of J. M. Gollodgo & Co.
loiomnosed of J. M. Golledgo and W
V. Pride has been this day dissolved
jy mutual consent. J. M. Golledgo will
ontlnuo tho business collecting nil
iotes accounts and debts bolonglug
f Jo tho firm ot J. M. Golledgo & Co.
nsiml nnv all tho dobts against tho
udald firm ot J. M. Golledgo & Co.
l ' Witness our hands this 10th day of
J. M. GOLLEDGE
. ... . .mtnri
Ud' 17-im w. A. rnivn.
U ! '1 !"! ! '1 -I-M-
W. G. KENDALL & CO.
The most complete grocery
j;. in the city-
Phone No. 2.
tjWB"H-H"H"H"H- ! ! -I-
I My shoo Bhop has been moved from
ho Whlttlngton building to Y. B.
Tynn's shoo store. I must have work.
l0Ivo mo a trial. Lowest prices and
ost work. Now boots and shoos
iado to order on short notice. All
'OUJnds of repairing done.
aca Yours In earnest
.a-uw-im. a j. uiAUii.
III R. A. R1NER the Grocer
in. Carries Feetl nnd Groceries
onj Corner Caddo nnd Broadway
Ard mora I. T.
Hill 'ivir vrv nr ft wwir
ithiYou will novor find n bettor wagon
an tho Bain. Sold by Spraglns &
W. J. B ROWN
west Main St.. Ardmore I- T.
T. N. COLEMAN
THE LEADING DRUGGIST.
THE SELLS-DOWNS SHOW.
Gave a Very Creditable Parade The
Tho Soils-Downs show camo In this
morning at 7:30 ovor tho Choctaw and
at once moved out to Whlttlngton park
whoro they perform this afternoon and
At noon today they paraded our main
streets and many thousand people
thronged tho sidewalks and awnings
to get a vlow of the parade. The street
exhibit was vory good many nice
horses being In the show. Tho lady
performers wore bloomers and rode
horseback and astride.
A vory large crowd Is attending the
performance thlB afternoon. Several
thousand people from tho surrounding
country being present. Tonight no
doubt their large tent will bo well fill
ed again. Altogether tho show Is a
bettor attraction than many had ex
pected and Is giving gonoral satlsfac
tlon. Tho personnel of tho show whom
It has been our pleasure to meet aro
kind courteous gentlemen especially
Is this so of Mr. Robson their pross
agent who Is a very accommodating
My now fall goods aro arriving
dally. New stylos In street hats
veiling etc. Call and sco me.
7-lm. MRS. LILA II. BOMAR.
Fresh oystors at E. B. Pugh's.
Special prices on large Quantities.
Notice to School Children.
All school children wishing to enter
tho public schools nro notified to first
apply to Superintendent J. R. Hendrlx
at tho school board office Noble build
Ins between 0 and 10 o'clock each
morning for examination assignment
Seed ryo at E. B. Pughs.
Mrs. Katherine Peeples Pianist
Pupils prepared for conservatory
courso or educated independently
Studio First Presbyterian church an
Coal or wood any kind you want
Largest lino In Ardmoro Don't fall
to seo thorn B 4 you purchase your
Cheap at E. B. Pugh's.
In tho United States district court
In tho Indian Torrltory Southorn dis-
trict: Mary M. Haloy plaintiff vs
John L. Haloy defendant. No. 5272
The defendant John L. Haloy
warned to appear In this court in thir
ty days and answer tho complaint of
tho plaintiff. Mary M. Haley.
Witness Hon. Hosea Townsond
Judge of the said court and tho seal
thoreof this 27th day of June 1902.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL
S. H. BUTLER Atty Plaintiff.
J. S. MULLEN Atty Non-Res.
First published Sept. 2-1.
You had better seo Billy Baldwin
uuuui inai uronen nuggy. anop on
Broadway. Phono 87.
School books now and second-hand
for snlo by J. B. Wall & Co. Book
satchel free to each pupil. Buy your
books frcin us.
10-tf. J. B. WALL & CO.
Go to E. B Pugh for your seed ryo.
All porsons Indebted to mo will
please call at onco and mako settle-
ment. I will pay Ardmoro prices for
cotton In tho seod nt Lovo's gin at
Wilson. J. E. MULKEY
9-d&w-lm. Wilson I. T.
DAGGAGB called for and deliv
u ered to all trains day or night
ueliable lirst cmrs service. Check
er on all trains. Phone 1G4.
J. S. KOWLES
of the Purest Drugs
"I' 4 'l' l
B. F. Byrd Is here from Franks.
W. T. Sprawls is here f:om Durnnt.
Deputy W. II. Norton lr hefe from
J. S. Maytubby Is in the City from
Max Heyman came up last night
II. N. Grossman Is In the city from
W. M. Ward of Bonham Toxas Is
In the city today.
Verda Smith of Mannsvllle was In
the city last night.
W. II. L. Campbell of Ada loft this
morning for Tishomingo.
D. 11. Kolsoy chief clerk for J. Geo.
Wright of Muskogco Is In the city to-
J. F. Myors and J. C. Randolph of
Paoll came down last night and will
take In tho show.
Ed Ryan roadmaster of tho Ard-
more branch of the Choctaw was In
the city last night from Halloyvlllo.
John G. Joyce of Muskogee Is In tho
city today. Mr. Joyce expresses sur
prise at Ardmoro's growth since he
Geo. W. Green an old frlond of tho
publisher of the Ardmoreltc from
WlnnBboro Texas is In the city pros
Mrs. Joseph Weeks and daughter
Miss Alice have returned from a four
wcoks visit with relatives at various
points In Indiana.
Rev. Honry Ducks pastor of the
First Presbytorlan church at Tlsho
nyngo was in tlie city yestonlny on
his way homo from Chicago. Ho loft
this morning via the Choctaw.
wa.misu First-class nurse In con
flnomonti Address nt once box 351
Tishomingo I. T. 24-tf
Star Route Service.
By order of the postmaster general
bids will be' accepted up to October 16
1902. for the re-lettlng of the gtar
routes from Ardmore to Simon. Ard
more to Healdton nnd Ardmore to Ma
dill to bo come operatlvu Not. 10 1902
Those routes wore let last spring nnd
benme operative on July 1 last but
according to a department ruling thnt
tho contractor must llvo on or at one
end of tho route which In this Insance
it scorns ho does not these routes will
ngaln bo-let on tho date stated. The
necessary blanks for prospective bid'
dors can bo obtained at tho postofflce
at this place
Postmastor Rodflold Is confined
his room quite 111.
Free Delivery Supplies.
The postmaster Informs us that the
supplies for the free delivery service
at this placo aro already arriving nt
It you don't likes your stove you
used Inst winter seo me. Can use
yours In exchange.
Ilia Pnrllcnlnr 'CTnnt.
In n certain Sunday school the sub
ject ot the lesson was the condition of
man in Eden. On a large leaf sus-
pended In the room were named cer
tain gifts with which God had blessed
man. Among these was mentioned tho
giving of a wife. The pastor In some
remarks to tho children tried to show
thnt man needed company.
"If" snld he "you had n dog at
homo or a playful kitten or a beautiful
song bird would that be all you would
They agreed that It would not.
"What more would you want?" ho
aBked expecting thnt they would an
swor father mother brothers or sis
ters. After a tmuso a llttlo fellow
about three yenrs old with a thin soft
voice Bpoko up:
The school broke Into laughter the
pastor maintained his gravity with
difficulty nnd the superintendent dls-
nppeared to vent his feelings whoro ho
would not be observed. iNow lorli
Clioi'Me iim I-noiI.
"People should know nnd value bet
ter cheeso ns food" said a physician
the other day In discussing tho diet
question. "It Is true that freshly made
domestic cheeso Is hard to digest but
nothing is so easily digested as uny
of tho imported cheeses and nothing
is more nutritious. AYclght for weight
Roquefort Brie Camembert nnd Swiss
cheeses nro more nutritious than the
best beef or steak. They aro more
easily digested and they give tho same
sort of nourishment thnt Is derived
from fresh meat so that In the time of
n meat famlno tho well cured nnd well
aged imported cheeses nre the best sub-
stitute that can be found for beef nnd
ns consumed the best of cheeso Is
cheaper. A twenty-flvo cent Brie
cheese for instance will feed moro
persons nnd nourish them better than a
dollar's worth of beef. Two ounces of
these cheeses havo tho same food value
as a pound of the best prime beef."
Mrs. Spurgeon Is at the Slg Simon
Co's. this season with ihe prettiest
lino of millinery In Ardmoro. Her
prices always wero lower than tho
same hats could be gotten at other
Tin- nt Weil Point mill the
l'n ii i of Nimtnlitlii.
The uow innn nt West Point hns one
misfortune to endure throughout the
first few works of lils course lie must
suffer the pungH of homesickness. lie
hns entered upon a courso of disci
pline quite unlike anything In his ex
perience. Every not of his dally life
Is regulated by nn indexible system.
He hns no friend at hand; tho word
sympathy seems to bo unknown.
Older cadets look on understand pity
but give no sign. II. Irving Hancock
says In "Life at West Point:"
it Is n common sight for n cadet cor
poral going Into the room of n "plebe"
to find him seated at his table pen In
hand and n sheet of paper before him
staring blankly nt the paper or tho
wall. The cadet corporal takes In the
scene before him.
"Homesick mister?" ho neks.
"Yes sir!" replies tho plebe looklug
"Sure sign a new man's homesick
when he's caught at study table writ-
ing his resignation" rejoins the cor
The plebe wondering how It Is that
the cadet corporal Is such n mind rend
er Hushes looks at the Bhcct before
him nnd nlowly tears It up.
That s right!" snys .the corporal
Then with a momentary touch of sym
pathy he goes on: "Don't get down
in tho mouth mister. I've been
through tho nostalgia drill myself.
It's tough on you but when you've
been here u little while there's no In
ducement on our tli that could mako
you leave of your own choice. Brace
up! Homesickness hits 'em all at
Thon the corporal glances nbout nnd
falls at once Into the brusque tone of
Seo here mister" ho remarks
" 'policing' Is one of the most Important
duties of the soldier. Your shoo brush
Is out of place. Haven't I told you
whoro It belongs? And you cap Is on
your bed. Now mister"
So he goes on with n list of criti
cisms which nt once reduce life to n
prnctlcnl level. The plebe has enough
to do for tho next half hour in "tidy-
lng up" and at the cud of that time
he Is not tempted to resume bin letter
At lonst he puts It oft for ouo day
PICKINGS FROM FICTION.
It's a great thing to be of some uso
In tho worId.-"BrInton Kllot."
If not sure of the merit of your Ideas
quoto them as another's. "Myra of tho
Tho womnn who makes n doormat of
herself will always bo troddon'upon.
"Fables For tho Elite."
Those who hnvo not been Imposed
upon are n thief's equnl with a thief's
discernment. "The Fool."
If n man is obliged to mako a fool of
himself It is best he should afford
amusement to others while doing so.
No man should ever try to bo nrtless
IIo Is too clumsy. It Is like trying to
do miniature painting with a white
wash brush. "Tho Riddle of Life."
When once a woman has tho folly
to plead for herself In that moment
she murders love nnd every tear she
sheds thereafter becomes another clod
upon his grave. "Murgnret Tudor."
A womnn Is all heart and sentiment
nnd whllo her fortress is a strong one
yet sho expects to be conquered nnd
once sho surrenders sho loves no one
more than her conqueror. "Bucll
A Clinnicc 11ml Come Over IIIui.
There nro some things In this world
for which not even the most profound
rurnl philosopher can account to his
"I never saw an animal movo eo
slowly before In all my life!" cried an
exiisperated traveler in n New Hnrap
shire stage behind which tho clouds
of a rapidly rising storm wero growing
blacker every moment. "Can't tho
horse go any faster? You had nn ex
cclleut one ten years ago when I used
to spend tho summer here."
"That's the cur'ous thing about It'
Bald tho driver gazing llrst nt his Btccd
nnd then nt the uneasy passenger in n
mildly spceulntlvo way. "This boss Is
tho very Name Identical boss that
drovo that summer. I don't know
what In tunket's got Into him! He
scorns to have lost his animation."
HI l-'n-e Will OITi-rlnn.
"Whut's thnt So kept out of my Bal
nry for?" demanded the omployeo of
tho state institution. .
"That's your voluntary contribution
for campaign purposes" blandly re-
plied the superintendent.
"But it Isn't n voluntary contribu-
tion. You've no right to hold It out oil
mo. That wasn't in tho bargain. I
never heard anything about It before.
It Is a gouge nnd I won't stnud it!"
"But you havo to pay It you know
or lose your Job. Does It go?"
"Well that's why wo call it volun-
tary." Chicago Tribune.
Trilo S)Miin(li j-.
Tom Why so melancholy old man?
Jack Miss Jones rejected mo laBt
Tom-Well brnco up. Thero nro
Jack Yes of courso; but somehow I
can't help feeling sorry for tho poor
girl. Chicago News.
Ton Much I'romlaeil.
"Did her fnther forgive her for run-
ning off nnd getting inurrledi"
"i'cs; the old man Bnlir that ho
would forglvo and forget them." In-
Although she may havo no knowl-
edge of medicine tho dressmaker who
can cure bad fits has a lot of patience.
TREATY WILL BE RATIFIED.
Dispatches Today from All Points Pre-
dict Overwhelming Majority.
Private tologrnnis havo been receiv
ed today by an Ardmoro man from
Chieknsha Purcoll Durnnt Tishomin-
go nnd South McAlcster each sent by
persons In close touch wl'h the Indlnn
oters nnd each message prodlcts the
ratification of the supplemental ngreo-
ment In tomorrow's election.
News nnd ostlmntes gathered from
private telegrams and other sources in
dicate that the troaty will bo ratified
by an overwhelming majority. A tel
ephone message today from Purcoll
states that a very largo per cent of
tho voters from that town favor tho
agreement and thnt a full veto ot the
pro-treaty clcraont will bo polled.
R. W. Dick Mayor
J. II. Mathers City Attornoy
John L. Unit Pollco Judge
H. Bruco City Clerk
T. N. Coleman Treasurer
W. R. Roberts. Assessor and Collector
D. E. Booker Chief of Pollco
Bob McCco City Scavenger
First Ward J. W. Golledgo J.
Second Ward J. S. Mullen I.
Third Ward C. L. Byrno W.
Fourth Ward W. T. Gardnor A. C.
Finance C. L. Byrne chalrmsu;
A. C. Young J. S. Mullen.
Street nnd Alloy I. R. Best chair
man; C. L. Byrno W. T. Gardner
J. S. McCharen.
Poll:e v. C. Kendall cbnlrman;
I. R. Best J. S. McCharen.
FirtJ W. T. Gardner chairman: J
W. Golledgo. J. S. Mullen.
Wntorworks A. C. Young chit:
man; J. S. Million C. L. Byrne.
Ordlnanco J. S. Million chairman
J. W. Golledgo W. C. Kcndnll.
Cemetery J. W. Golledgo cLah
man; W. T. Gardner I. R. Best.
Sanitary J. S. McCharcn chair
man; J. S .Mullen W. C. Kendall A.
Board of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moftctt city phyalclan
Drs. S. S. Carr J. W. Smith Wnlter
Hardy; Mnyor R. W. Dick
41 rf- 4- h
You mako a ralstako If you don't
tnko that lamo horso to BIllIo Bald-
win's and havo him bIiocI Phono 87.
. .. .j. .j. .f. .j. . pj.
N September sensations is reached in
jthe arrival ofjour exquisite stock of
1 lySfcFnil Millinery. JfThe collection is so
vSTA' : r-rzz
f gniinngnificcnt the styles so faultless
and so varied that we are enthusedg with
the claboratenessofEtheQdisplayg andjwith
our opportunity of . fitting perfectly any
face with a stylish hat. The new arrival of
goods includes a special display of Pattern
Hats a large shipment of new Street Hats
All the new novelties in Millinery and the
Tailor-Made Hat the swellest imported
creation in the city. You are invited to
inspect our stock.
MISSES REED & BAIRD
At Madden Sykes & Co's.
Standard of the World
We carry a fresh
sizes at all times.
Hartford Life Insurance Co
OK HAnTFOUD CONN.
Wants cood AGENTS in everv
town in the Chickasaw Nation.
OfferinR top contracts to mere
of ability to sell Rood policies for
Rood old Company. Apply to
J. E. ARNOLD
Ardmoro I. T.
OFFICE i : Crnco Bnildint?
Over llonnnr Ilonaer'sMruit tore.
Roomn 1 nmt J botwoen Dm. von Keller and'.
No Work for Negroes.
CAST IE BE5UMII...
Everything good to eat
French Drip Coffeo a apecinlty.
Your trade solicited.
Beware of the Knife.
No profession has advanced moro
rapidly ot lato than surgory but it
should not bo used oxcopt whoro ab-
solutely nocossary. In cases of plies
for oxamplo It is seldom needed. Do-1
Witt's Witch Hazel salvo cures quick
ly and permanently. Uncqualed for-
cuts burns brulscB wounds skin dis-
eases. Accopt no counterfeits. "I was
so troubled with bleeding piles that I
lost much blood and strength" says
J. C. Phillips Paris 111. "DoWltfs
Witch Hazel salvo cured mo In a
short time." Soothes and heals. City;
the mont hooting aalvi In tho worfd.
it in all
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