The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 263, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 10, 1903 Page: 5 of 8
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TO SELL TUB
Pena Mutual Life Insurance
One of the oldest strong-
est old Hue Lifo Insurance
Company iu the world
Ardtnore has boen selected
na headnuartera for the Indian
f Territory nud we are hero to
The Penn Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
M. L. ALEXANDER
WANT CI LUMN.
Advertisements under this head will
be received at the raU of Ave (B)
cetita per lino. No advertisement
rcclved for lent than fifteen (IB)
cents. Special monthly rates fur-
nUhed on application. The notice
may contain any matter of "Lost"
Found" "For Rent" "For Salo"
"Stolen" "Strayed" or any purpo
without display Ilnei.
WANTED A first-class book-keeper
wants position or any Kinu. 1'roier-
enco given to book-keeping. Apply
Central hotel. 10-2
W!A N TE I ) Cl oan white rags nt Ard-
WANTED Cow with young calf to
feed for milk. Apply W. C. Reaves
cornur Oth and B strcots northwest
WANTED Plain sowing. 127 Fifth
avenuo and A street N. W. Mrs. J.
M. Qollcdgo. 19-tf.
WANTED A Jlrst-claso cook. Apply
Mrs. J. A. Madden. 10-tf
FOR SALE A second-hand sowing
. machlno cheap. R. A. Jones' Furnl-
turo Store. 10-tf
FOR SALE Wo will sell tho cntlro
stock and fixtures of tho confec-
tionery and restaurant of Bon In-
gram on West Main street cheap.
Apply at onco to Potter Bowman
& Potter. 0-3t
FOR SALE Cheap framo houso
25x40 sultablo for store or ware-
house. E. E. Gulllot at offlco Ard-
moro Cotton Exchange. S-tf.
FOR SALE Good farming lands
with Improvements on ten allot-
ments. Clasalflod ns lino average
land. Apply C caro Ardmorelte
Ardmoro I. T. C-d&w-tf
FOR' SALE OR TRADE A gontlo
horse buggy and harness. A posi
tive bargain. Apply Ardmorelte ofi
FOR SALO My livery business at
Madtll consisting of buggies horses
and harness TX E. Flynt Madlll
I. T. 10-d3-wl
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
houso-kooplng; flroplaco and large
closet. Apply corner O street and
Fourth avenue N. W. 4-Ct
FOR RENT A furnished room 4 "cor-
nor Fifth avonuo anl A street N.
W. Apply Mrs. J. M. GoJIedge.
FOR RENT Four-room house good
location lino well ot water. E. B.
FOR RENT The Apollos building
on Main street. Apply to F P.
Noblo Bros aro preparing to receive
their big fall shipment ot now bug-
gies. The stock now on hands Is be-
ing closed out. ' ; 18-lm.
There Is somo excitement because
an--Ardmoro woman In mourning
wears a soo-moio waist through
which blue ribbons show
3 SECURITY VS. UNCERTAINTY I
Ask any prominent physican or W
resident of Ardmore for the best i
place to buy drugs or have a pre- 2?
W scnption hlled ana you are in-
variably directed to t J
T. Pi Coleman's Drug Store
This enviable reputation
our painstaking carefulness
and work and our habit of
Big New Railroad
Free Horse Exhibit
Deep Sea Aquarium.
A Gitrnntic Undertaking bead
and shoulders above our so called
20 FUNNY OLD CLOWNS 20
A multitude of Riders Leupers.
Aerialiats Aeronauts Gvmuusts
Charioteers and everything per-
taining to; the circus wot Id. Big
Double .Menagerie of pII the brute
creatiou Ilerd of Big Elephants.
' Real LiYing Hippopotamus
in captivity; a savage blood Bweiii
ing terror of tho Itiver Nile.
5 hands of muic 3 circtiB rings'
Elevaipd S'ages 500 men und wo
nlPU tmploied 300 horses and
Evtry Mornlni: nt 10 o'clock a
Free Street Parade
A Mnmmoth Free Street Show
7 Open Dens of Wild Beusts 7
Two Performance Dnily. After
noon and Evening u or open
at 1 and 7 o'clock Will Ex ibit at
Ardmore Friday September 18
KBKBY & KEKP
Noble Building Imminrallon Igeals
T.nt 200x202. has 3-room house.
good water in most desirable part
of S W. Ardmore.
ihol 117x200 3-room house wel)
and:trees Will move Iioubc off if
.i mi.:- u Mr U
aesireu. xuib iu iu o . i
R- V. onrnor nt 2nd fivontlfi And
G. street N. W. 3 room haiiso;
. . art rnr 1
Rhnrt. nood water lot lomu. one-
fourth cash balance on inonthy
A very desirable little home on
North A street east trout a oar
gain at $750.
LlbT YOUR PROI'ETRTY WITH US
Short Order House
and door West of Depot
J. B. WHITE
Architect and Superintendent.
Offlco In Wheeler Building.
Ardmore. Ind. Ter
is but the direct result of
concerning details of quality
always giving the lowest price
V "V "-
George Simon. In hero from Cor
H. D. Cullers is in tho city from
J. V. Hughes Is in tho city from
Mayor R. W. Dick has returned
W. II. Paul and O..S. Wilson aro
hero from Pauls Voll'iy.
Miss Essie Gibson of Gainesville la
In the city tho guest ot Mrs. W. I.
J. II. Watts ot Harriman Tcnn. Is
In tho city visiting his brother J. G.
Flem Dosklns has roturned from a
fow days' visit with his parents at
Mrs. W. II. Burton of Slmonds
Texas Is visiting her sister Mrs. B.
Mills West Main street.
Velio Suggs left yesterday for Still
water O. T. nt which placo ho will
reenter tho A. and M. College.
O. V Boatman an experienced
hardwaro man ot Dallas has accept
ed a position with Williams Corhn &
Raymond Hard son ot Mr. Ilurd
tho operator at tho Siruu Fo depot
left yesterday for IIIco Texas where
he will enter school.
Z. R. Box and wlfo and mother of
Mrs. Box and Miss Mamlu Harris left
csterday for tholr future homo at
S. R. Sclvally left yesterday after
noon for El Paso Texas whore ho
has been engaged to woik for a largo
houso ot that city.
Mrs. F C. pugger of Hope Ark.
has arrived In tho city and will mako
her future homo with her sister Mrs
H. V. Robson 120 S6venth avohue
Mrs. D. A. Tanner: who has been
visiting her daughtor Mrs. W. S.
Crockett at this placo for ' three
montlis has returned to her homo In
Richard McLUh with his two sons
Jerry and Richard and Mrs. W. F.
Whlttington with Willis Wilt
tlngton left for Stlllwnter O. T. yes
terday whero tho boys will all enter
Uio A. and M. College.
John Colson loft today for Tlppa
county Miss his old home. He car
rl03 a largo roll of Ardmorcltcs with
him for thero aro already a great
many readors of this paper thero and
ho thinks that a great many of his
peoplo may bo Induced to como out
Claudo "Stubhlellcld and family leave
today for their new homo In tho Choc
taw Nation between Durant and Stor
rotL Mrs. Stubbleficld has been a resl
dent of Ardmoro thirteen years and
for some time back has been sales
man wlUi tho firm of Williams Corhn
& Co. Ho will now dovoto his time
Before you go 'phone 74.
The A. & C. brought in four cars ot
merchandise from St. Louis yester
J. C. Graham brought In four ducks
from .tho Ardmoro rod and gun club
lako today. These aro tho first ot tho
season. . . .
Fino fresh apples at 7Bc per bushel
at J. A. i'uuiam'8 orcnaru u strcoi
northwost. Phono No 62.
Attention Company A
Meeting Thursday night 8 o'clock
sharp. Business ot Importance. Also
first drill for Tarver medal.
DON LACY Pres.
B. V. HENSON Capt.
H. WALLACE 2d Sorgt.
Fire at Wayne.
More than one-half tho business por
tion of Wayne first station south of
Purcoll was destroyedt by flro lagt
nght. Tho loss Is cstlmatol at over
125000 with but little insurance
Two good wagons and teams at a
bargain. Apply J. D. Rod 1102 C
street N. W. 2dCwl.
St. L. & S. F. Ry.
Donlson Fair Denlson Septembor
11 to 20. Rato $2 20.
W. A. DASHIELL.
Regular meeting of Elk lodge will
bo hold Friday ovenlng Sept. 11. A
full attendance 1t desired.
A. W. DUNHAM E. R.
R. L. SANDERS Sec.
If- C Byars has moved his stock
nom tho Jlrondv ay barn to tae Ceo
iral Wogon Yard whero ho can bo
found at r.ny tlmo hereafter. 2Mm
Mnn wants but little hero below
but ho Is particular about his wants
as far as clothing is concerned. That's
why Byrd's suits aro uo popular. C-3
Tho very best! of creamery butter at
Duston & Tucker's. Phono PI. 8-t.
HANDCUFFED IN PULPIT.
Colored Preacher Arrested Whllo
Preaching Cattle Theft.
Last night about 11 o'clock sonx1
three miles north of Borwyn Htv
Early Ayers a colored preacher
while preaching to his congregation
at Hall's chapol was arrested by
Deputy Marshal Loon Brown assist
ed by City Marshal S. It. Colo of Her-
wyn and James Smith city marshal
of a town In Ico county Texas.
Ayers had been on tho dodge for some
tlmo. It hi'pms and the officers thought
whllo they had him they had bettor
keep him and In order to mako h
safoty more certain thoy thought It
wlso to placo tho manacles on tho
man then and thoro which thoy did.
Rov. Ayers was wanted In Leo coun
ty Texas under a chargo of stealing
cnttlo and waiving n writ of romova'
ho wont with thorn at onco to Toxas
passing Ardmoro this morning on tho
belated passenger train.
Fine fresh npplos at 7Dc por bushel
at J. A. Pulllam's orchard II street.
northwest. Phono No. C2. 10-3
Tho open air weekly concort by tho
First Regimental Band will bo hold
on tho WhlttliiRton hotel bnlcony
Friday ovonhig at 7 '30 o'clock. Tho
following program will bo rendorod:
Gardes Du Corps March Hall
Crescent Overture Beyer
Serenado "Loves Response".... Miller
A Lucky Duck (characteristic)
Symphla Waltzes Holzman
Sweet Recollections Hoffman
Old Veterans' March..... ..Chambers
Look out for tho International Tea
to bo given at an early dato to bo
Turn Tables on Them.
Today Robt Gibbs and Judd Trlgler
walked Into commissioner Robnott'B
ofilco for tho purposo ot making com-
plaint against Mrs. Tom Hudson
whom they claimed poisoned a spring
from which thoy procured water by
placing arsenic In it.
In looking up tho law Judgo Rob-
nett happened to think Unit Mrs. Hud-
son had sworn out warrants against
tho boys for aggravated assault not
long slnco when tho boys threw
rocks at Mrs. Hudson's houso and at
Tho two young men woro placed un
der arrest and gnvo bond for their
trial on tho lGth ot this month.
Fire Under the Boilers.
Yesterday George Erlc'nsen finished
sotting tho bollors nt tho pumping
station and in tho afternoon fire was
built in tho furnace. Tho flro for two
or thrco days will bo a slow fire
when It will bo Increased sufficient to
raise steam when tho test will bo
You Are Interested.
In having your name and address
properly placed In tho directory of
Ardmoro that Is now receiving Its fin
Ishlng touches. If you havo moved
slnco your namo was given In the
Ardmorolto will apprcclato notlflca'
tlon of your now residence.
At the Jail.
Harry Williams colored charged
with Introducing and polling was ar
rested In Ardmoro last night bv
Deputy Wilkinson and put In Jail
Williams runs a Joint near the round
bale gin and about a dozen ijuart but
ties ot straight liquor was foirad In
his houso last night. Ills trial comet.
Ed White a whllo man in l oleic
trlclan was arrested at Purcoll by
Doputy Harris charged with Hrceny
Placed In Jail.
It Is rumored that N. C. Phillips
superintendent of tho westorn division
of tho C. O & G. has resigned and
F. B. Stewart prlvato secretary to
General Superintendent W. W. Wontz
Llttlo Rock has succeeded him.
Cotton M. rket.
Tho cotton market opened quiet
this morning and closed pretty much
tho samo way. From 10c to lO'c was
paid for lint cotton whllo seed cotton
brought 3.25. A half dozen bales wore
Just run your finger on tho top
edgo of a standing collar that wo
launder. Notlco Its smoothness
That's a molded hoveled edge the
result of handiwork by a special op
orator with a now dovlco our own
doslgn. Nothing like It In tho town
It does away with Jagged edgos. You
don't llko "Jags" or "rags." We don'i
havo either In stock. You want nock
comfort; wo can glvo It you. Fourth
avenuo and I street northeast.
25tf GEM STEAM LAUNDRY.
Wo aro closing out ou" stock
Bowing machines at cost. Tho sale
offers you tho finest opportunity
evor had to own a good machine
wholesale cost. Stevens Kcnnerlj
For Fifteen Days we will Have ar
On all Low Cut Shoes of every description for Ladies Misses nniT
Children. The Ilatmltou-Browu Shoes are so well known it is useless
to describe their manv virtues but sufllco it to sny that every pnir ie-
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Low Cut Shoes for
Low Cut Shoes for
II.&O Slippers for. IMS
1.15 Sllppcru lor. ...... Mo
1.00 Slippers for. 780
You are requested to In-
vestigate these prices.
$3.00 American Lady JJ.J5
2.60 Own make for l.U
1 00 ricnlu for 1.60
150 Sllpperi for- 1.18
$5.00 Pants for $3.60 in this sale.
4.50 Pants for 3 35 in this sale.
4.00 Pants for 3 V.O in tihs sale.
350 Pants for 2.85 in this sale.
3.00 Pnnts for 2.35 in this sale.
Now is tho liuio to buy a Trunk
during this solo. Onr prices are
Dimities Whito Goods aud Embroideries. Tins sale is for tho pur-
poso of closing out tho balance of our Summer Goods and prices will
bo made to suit tho purchaser
Yours for Business
THE GOLDEN RULE
ARDMORE PRESSING CLUB
Will jointly occupy September 1 tho building second
door Enst of the Ardmoro Loan & Trust Co formerly
occupied by the Singer Sewing Machine Co.
We are Makers of Stylish Garments and do Gleaning Dyeing
and Pressing. Ladies'
T. J. Bedford tho photographer 1'
making an extraordinary offer In all
photographs. Sco his announcement
in this paper. 27-tf.
How Are Your yes?
LUCY M. K ESTER OPH. D.
Will be at the
For a week or ten days.
If you are troallol with your eyes have
them examined at once. You should Dot
miss this opportunity. Am In position to
Klre you reference to many patients who
have been properly fitted with iclasses and
ourod lonirof standing eye troubles. '
Office Hours: 9 a. ni. to 5 p m.;
7 to 9 p. m.
I P. & F. I
Standard of the World
We cariy airg.sU stock of itin all sizes at all times.
' TYLE'R iSt SIMPSON CO.
WE WANT ROOM!
Thcreh.rf add wo this week on
the cut price list our Men's Oxford-
excr pt Stacy Adnrus.
AleiV 5 00 Oxfords go at $4 60
anil $400 $4.00 at $3.50 $3 50
at 3 00 $2 50 at $2.00. Samo
cut price on Ladies' Misses' and
rillren'R Shoes provails this
week as last.
Rcplrlng n Spcclnlty First-Class
The Shoe Man.
Low Cut Shoes for
Jl.M Bllppern... SMS
1.35 Slippers Wo
1.00 Slippers.. 75
79a Slippers 6So
Pants for 1.65 in this sale.
Pants for 1.50 in this sale.
PautB for 1.35 in this Bale.
Pauta for 120 iu this safe
Pants for .80 iu this Balo.
cheap. Ask for prices on Hats
lower than tho lowest on Lawns ami
Garments a Specialty.
Buy fruit troes direct from Ardmore
Nursery and save agent's commission'
and oxpenses. t-oct-15
QlLKB M1. IlOWNTREK. J. II. IlALU
I Mail Orders A Specially
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