The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 102, Ed. 1, Monday, March 7, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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S. R. BRUCE.
Bruce & Butt
Insurance of All Kinds.
None Bat Firstclass Companies Represented.
Over Bonner & Uouner'a DruK Store
ARDMORE - - - 1ND. TER.
COME TO THE
Now ready for the spring
and summer with the
handsomest array of Suit-
ings and Overcoatings ever
displayed in this part of
Imported and Domestic
Fabrics of the highest
Your Complete Satis-
Farthing Bros. Props.
I announce myself ag a candidate
for alderman from tho First ward
subject to the action of the Demo-
cratic primaries. Election to bo
held in April 1904.
L. It. MARSTON.
1 horeby announce myself a candi-
date for re-election for alderman for
the First ward at April oloction.
JAMES S. McCHAHEN.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for re-election as alderman for
tho Fourth ward subject to the vot-
ers of said ward at the April city
election. W. A. GILLIAM.
A social for' the benefit of the
Christian Endeavor Society will bo
given at tho residence of Mrs. W. O.
Duston on Tuesday evening. March S.
Everyone cordially Invited.
MISS HUSS COHLEW Sec.
For setting from puro bred Barred
Plymouth Rocks. Seo tho chickens at
411 North Washington St.
14tf S. S. TOLSON.
H. V. Henson has withdrawn from
tho firm of tho Coleman Plumbing
company. The llrm continues busi-
ness under the same name will pay
all outstanding accounts and collect
all debts duu the firm.
0-.1t. COLEMANlPLCMHING CO.
Mrs. X. C. Wood stringed instru-
ment teacher at Hnrgrovo college will
glvo part of her time In her studio up
stairs. la Wheeler building on cor-
ner of Main and C streets for the
benefit of thoso who do not care to
walk out to tho college. Will be glad
to see her friends at any time. Call
and seo her. "dwtr
Sklpworth sells tho Club House
goods. Written guarantee on
every package. 10-lm.
.;. .j. v
Fish and Oysters.
Fish dressed and cut; fresh
oysters and vegetables delivered
promptly. Phono 3S9.
10-lm. CITY FISH MARKET.
T. N. COLEMAN
FRANK BUTT f
. WANT COLUMN. .
Advertisements under thin head will
bo received at the rate of live (C)
cents per lino. No advertisement
received for less than fifteen (1C)
cents. Special monthly rates fur-
nished on application. Tho notice
may contain any niattor of "I.ost"
"Found." "For Kent" "For Salo"
"Stolen" "Strayed" or any purpose
without display linos.
WANTED A white woman to do
light homework for a family of
three. Apply Dr. Nicholson's dental
WANTED .Men to learn barber trade.
Orad nates earn top wage. Few
weeks completes by tins method.
Can nearly earn exponsii.. Tool-
and diplomas given when thnr ga
Catalogue mailed free. .Motor 11 li-
ber College St. Louis .!. li-fil
WANTED Hoarders by Mrs. Wm.
Hobo at Col. A. V. Donk's residence
I'll' D street southwest. Handsome-
ly furnished looms and nil modern
conveniences. 0 tt
WANTED To trade one or two farms
In old Oklahoma for dry gcods
stock. Address Lock Hex 11. Min
eral Wells Texas. Hit
FOR SALE Surrey now never been
wet nor used but few timed worth
$1" price fSO. Ono piano good
Instrument cost new $l!iO In good
condition price $75. Two splendid
milk cows will bo fresh in April or
May. One full-blood red Durham
heifer yeullng fine; one heifer
yearling the bunch for $(J0.
They are an exceptional bargain
and must be Mild at once. See W.
S. Smith at Coleman Hros'. drug
store Ardmore I. T. 4 tf
FOR SALE Holsteln cow fresh in
milk. Apply Ardmprelto ofllce. 3-tf
FOR SALE A good largo cylinder
printing press. Terms reasonable.
Address J. N. Moore Ardmore 1.
FOR SALE At a bargain ICC ft front
on South Washington next to Van-
Denb'erg'H. Also my homo on Car-
ter avenue. C. II. .McCoy. 29-Ct.
FOR SALE Windmill Jowcr tanis
and pump. Complete outfit. Cheap
for cash. Sidney Suggs. 12tf
FOR SALE First class soda foun
tain complete cheap. O. Hates
Ardmore I. T. 31-m
FOR SALEThoroughbrcd Poland
China hogs. 15. II. Colbert Tisho
mingo I. T. 25-1 m
FOR RENT Ono extra nlco southeast
room nicely furnished neatly kept
and desirably located. Apply to
Mrs. M. Dobbins corner H street
and Second avenue northwest. G-3t
FOR RENT Three-room house close
in. Moran Scott. . i C
FOR RENT Five room house good
water and nice location. T. K. Kear
FOR RENT First-class brick store
building on West Main street. R.
W. Rnndol. 21-tf
If you wish to sell your household
goods use phono 371. 18-lm
If you want good tea try Skip-
a monument to ardmore.
That Every Citizen Should Feel
Solomon's bakery has moved nearer
tho central portion of tho city nnd
now occupies tin' handsome brick
building first door wert. of Jo N. liar-
airs store. The new machinery has
been Installed and Albert Solumon's
Ardmore hakery would do credit to a
city like Fort Worth or Dallas. This
bakery stands as a monument to the
thrift and pi ogress of the city and Its
magnificent machinery and capacity
for turning out "the very best" Is a
guldeposts on the way to a great -?. r 1-
more. Albert Solomon who personally
attends to the baking of every loaf of
bread and every cake and pie is an
expert In his profession having re-
ceived tho highest salary paid to any
baker in the city of Chicago during
his stay of years In that city. Every
piece of furniture machinery nnd
ovens in this eMabllshmeut U the
very best. The delivery waatoti Is by
far the handsomest In the city and
Mr. Solomon fa In every way prepared
to meet the demands of ih peopb
of Ardmore mid surrounding towns for
the very best bread pies nnd cukes.
Miss Anita Austin of Wliilleld. Kan.
arrived today from St. louis. to take
u position as head trimmer fur Miss
Russell Shlnholser. Miss Austin was
employed here last season by Miss
Halrd and while here made many
friends who will be glud to hear of
Tho frame residence of Mrs. M. '..
Stowe onst of the Roblsou opera
house Ik being moved todny to the
Goldsmith lot. which MrsN Stowe re-
May Be a Bad Negro.
Among the negroes captured in the
tald on tho negro gambling houses of
East .Main street Saturday night v. a?
one giving ills name n Dovo Williams.
This morning Wllliunw was tried nnd
lined $14.fiti falling to pay which he
was committed to Jail. Deputy Jones
who led the raid Is of the opinion
that Williams Is Alford W. Shepherd.
who is wanted at Wlnnfleld m. for
tho murder of City Marshal Wright of
that place on Febiuary 11 last. Wiillo
Williams is serving out his lino the
ofllcers will communicate with the
Louisiana authorities nnd lind out
whether or not they have the right
Stole Arthur James' Horse.
Deputy Thomas Hurko brought In
Will Smith last night a white man 21
years old charged with stealing Ar-
thur James' hor..e. bridle and saddle
ten miles east of Pauls Valley about
ten days ago.
Smith was arraigned bel'o'ro Judge
Payne to whom ho pleaded guilty to
stealing tho hort-o and was bound
over lo await tho action of the grand
Jury at Pauls Valley. Smith was com-
mitted to jail..
W. C. T. U.
Tho regular meeting of the W. C. T.
U. will be held Wednesday. March y.
at 2:30 p. in. In the Cumberland Pros
MRS B. M. GOFF. Pres.
MRS. H ATT IB NOHLE. Sec.
Conductor J. M. Halrd of tho Choc
taw passenger train Is laying on ten
days to recuperate his health at Hot
Springs). O. T. Nash Is taking his run
whllo he is absent.
Tho veilings this season are the
prettiest you ever saw. So nro tho
flowers. See them at Miss Collins'. C-3
The newest tiling In street hats nro
tho strictly tailored creations. You
can find them at Miss Collins'. C-3
The Jack C. Taylor troupe passed
through hero yesterday en routo south
They play hero on tho 10th 11th nnd
Mr and Mrs. Tom Roberts have two
very sick children.
Mr. and Mrs. Willi Salisbury's baby
is very sick.
. John Carter who has been very sick
at tho homo of Roe Carter Is report
ed somewhat better.
The Ardmoroito Is glad to state that
tho condition of Tom H. Williams is
not so serious as It has been and
that his recovery Is expected. On
Saturday tho gravest fears woro enter-
tained but ho rallied and was bettor
Sunday and Is bettor today than yes-
terday;. T. Y. Morgan who has been quite
is during the pail week-1 reportad
Improving. Mr. Morgan has bean vary
HI ami his friends will rejoice nt his
Jo Haitlu says ha ban strawberries
In bloom and that ho will havo home-
grown berries on the market in x
Cal Stenait l here from Holder.
W. O Duston went to Sulphur to-
dny. B. M. Grant Is here from Wynn
Watt Chlgley Is In the city from
Mayor. Dick loft ibis afternoon for
Richard McLish Is In tho city from
Prof. G. IV Selvldgo of Golnesvllle
is in the city.
Sidney Sugg made a business trip
to Herwyn today.
Thos. Hurke and Jap Gllmore are
in tho city today.
Guy P. Cobb of TixhomiiiBo wm in
the city yesterday.
O. L. Dennes left yeatordny for S.
Louis to buy goods.
Hert Wheeler Is Uvre front Oklnhn
ma City visit ing his father.
Ex-Deputy Hen Collins left over the
Choctaw local today for Tishomingo.
Ed Ringer c.ime In yetterday from
Chicago :iu. left last night for Sul-
phur.. Dr. W. II. gcrimahtre and Eugene
Wolvertoii were In th city yesterday
Frank Hyden left yesterday on a
business trip to Galveston. He repre
sents Sans &. Crawford.
Dorset Carter and J. W. Ci.'- mm
'ii lust .iIkIh from Pu veil an I I ". fir
Tishomingo thin morning.
Rev. .1. M. Groas arrived in the city
today to attend a meeting of the Har-
grove College board tonight.
S. II. Woollen came down from
Pauls Valley yesterilay and Is circulat-
ing among tho clerk's force today.
.Mrs. J R. I la nest er and childrtn
of Snnta Anna Texas are v'sltlng
the family or It. I Cox 22i; C street
F. L. Uiw cnnie down from Okla-
homa City and left yesterday i"r Dal-
las where lie lias been engaged in a
A Very Sad Event.
Never before haa our town been so
saddened with sympathetic grief as It
Is today over the news that Iois the
little 7-year-old blind daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Don lJiey whllo playing In
tho yard this morning found some
matches and sot her elothlng on fire
and burned herself so seriously Hint
little hope of bur recovery Is enter-
tallied. Mrs. Ijicy was the first to reach the
chllil. and In her efforts to extinguish
tho flames she sustained some very
painful burns about tho hands and
Tho child Is exceptionally bright
and a tender pretty little girl and It
seems hard that she must be so unfor-
tunate. Tho town offers its whole heart in
sympathy to tho grief-stricken parents.
HELD UP FOR $100.
Two Negro Women Relieve a White
Man of Five Twenties.
Lnst Wednesday night in Chlckashii
Just before tho sand storm came up
a' white man who Is a carpenter by
tiade whllo walking along one of
the back streets was held up and
robbed of llvo twenty dollar bills by
two negro women.
Allno Jasper and Luclle Williams
two negro women and sisters wore
arrested charged with the offense mid
beforo Judge Payne the evidence was
ot such daninglng character that It
Justified tho commissioner in holding
tho defendants subject to tho action
of tho next grand jury and their
bonds were fixed nt $G00 each. Fall-
ing to make tho bonds both women
were brought here by Deputy Hurke
nnd placed in Jail.
Luclio Williams In nnswer to ques-
tions put to her as to her former
homo and reconl admitted that slio
held up a man for $50 In Fort Wcrtb
about two years ago for which she
sorved a short term In the Texas peni-
tentiary. Mrs. L. J. Johnson is Improving
some from her recent illness.
Roblson Opera House.
Special engagement three nights
commencing Thursday March 10.
Matineo Saturday at 2:30. Tho Jack
Taylor company. Entirely new ropor-
toire of tho latest metrojKdltan pro-
ductions. Special scenery for each
play. Continuous performance. No
waits. High claiM vaiulovlile between
Thursday night tho great comedy
drama "Partner for Life."
I.adlos admitted free on the opening
night lf accompanied by a paid re-
served -seat ticket. Popular prices.
Solomon's bakery la lielng moved
today to the building formerly occu-
pied by one naif of the Cincinnati
A rain of error U ooe tile veatlwr
man haau't predict'.!.
FOR WINTER WEAR.
When inin snow sleet and seo
will ruin tho ordinary shoe those
sold by Lynn will ciyo the utmost
sotislaction nnd curry jon alone
dry shod. We entry in stock nil
au especially nice shoo for wet
days. Solid heavy substantial
nnd water proof. Yet it is very
shapely nnd ns comfortable ns it
W M. (1WVN
Gwyn L Graham
Old Line Companies. Office Noble Bldg.
Because it m the best and made at home by
Wlialey Mill and Elevator Company.
Offers for ten days beginning Monday Feb-
$3.50 Shoes for $2.78
$a00 Shoes for $2.39
$2.50 Shoes for $1.97
Thin includes entire Lines of Men's nnd Lntlies' Shoo
O. L. DENNES
Will also sell for ten days
$500 Hats for $3.85-
$3.50 Hats for 2.68-
$3.00 Hats for 2 19
$2.50 Hats lor Q'f
$2.00 Hats for .39
$1.50 Hats for 98
$1.00 Hats for 78
O. L. DENNES
225 Main St.
Eight-room house closo In. Suit-
able for boarding or rooming house.
Four-room dwollmg closo In.
Five-room dwelling closo in.
Six-room dwelling closo In.
Two-room dwelling barn garden.
Desirable 4-rooni cottage large
southeast corner lot orchard well
Improved. Will sell on Installment If
$300 is paid down. Price $1300.
Five-room cottage desirable loca-
tion; if taken soon $1100 cash.
The Rodftold Agency
Real Estate Rent Loam.
ARDflORG I. T
The World's Stand
ard of a good Flour
Tyler & Simpson
R. S. (IRAIIAn
Next to Ramsey's
Succe8Bor to Ghoato nnd Cos
Passenger traaafer line of.
lln8t rubbur tire cabe
meets all trainu.
Privnto calls c i v o n.
Well equipped baucncG transfer.
Tennessee Triumph potatoes. Buy
whilst cheap at
E. B. PUGH'S.
3wtf Main St. Ardmore. l.T.
Trado your stoves and furnitws
with Mason tho second-hand mat.
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