The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 149, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 1, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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Real Estate Farm
t .i-li ii'r.m our own wcrk-room tha'
.itinot lie urpassed for styles and
tin- values offered will make It Tniu-Ii
ii. your Interest to buy here.
New Novelties Baby Cap ladles"
Tailor-made Skirts Silk and Lawn
yliTrt Waists Ladles' .Muslin Under-
vcar at prices the lowest.
T nwpn;tpin The Busy
AND VK WILL DO T1IK IlKST
Crippled or Diseased
Race Horses Shod
Any Kind of Shoe Made
Horses Clipped i
General line of Carriage Buggy
and Wagon Repair Work
done on Short Notice
Uuy and sell Second tland
Wholesale and letail. All orders
tilled promptly no matter how largo
or how small.
Also have the freshest line of gro-
ceries In tho city.
W. A. GILLIAM
East Main St.
Big cut prices In ladieo' muslin un-
derwear at the
29-2 ARDMORB DRY GOODS CO
T. N. COLEMAN DRUGGIST
.j..j..j.."i"H--K- f Ji!J'4J-4
and City Property
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Tailor Made Hats
and Ladles' Furnishing Mouse.
Tin kauri la-r ( i-ntng by Hon
11 W. J. Ham or Gcnrgla was still;
llis'y bunion us At tin- .same time
it wai- an lament plea for purer and
higher Americanism and excoriation
of the pestiferous and pestilential par
tisans who would sulordinnte the
public good to mere party success to
the end that they may control olllces
and revel in their emoluments and
profits. St. Louis Republic.
When you want the best milk tins
ask for our guaranteed anti-rust tin
waro and first-class grnnltownrc.
White wash silk skirt waists the
$r kind for ten days only $3.50 at the
23-2 ARDMORB DRV GOODS CO
HAM Oporp. House Monday night.
Mamlie He at Ham Ilea's fountain.
Nc wagon better than tho Stude-
baker. For them see
Tho Morgan Home corner A streot
and Second avenue northwest will
open Its doors Monday evening for
supper as a private boarding house.
V.'o have room for a few more day
20-ff. MRS. T. Y. MORGAX.
"Mandle" !ic at Ham Bee's fountain.
You will find our regular prices just
r: cheap as other special advertised
prices. If you don't belelve it come and
2D-2 ARDMORH DRY GOODS CO.
Old Times in Dixie.
Mr. Ham Is the peer of any lectur-
er In pleasing nn audience that has
ever visited Moberly. Wo will not
undertake tc tell what he said nor
how he said It both the what and
how made thorn smile laugh and howl
and cry for moro. It Is snfo to say
that a Moberly audience was never
more delightfully entertained than
was tho large and appreciative crowd
that heard him last night. .Moberly
Twenty-five dozen men's Madras
and Percale shirts. They aro worth
75c and $1 each. For ten days only
ISc nt tho
29-2 ARDMORE DRY GOODS CO.
Special prices on ladles and cbll
dren's fancy hose for ten days at the
29-2 ARDMORB DRY GOODS CO.
FINE OILS I
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Mrs. T. X. Coleman Is visiting at
W. I. Ciiuv at to Kavn Friday
right on business.
W. U. Baker came down yesterday
afternoon from Borwyn.
Jesse Holland from near 0crbrook
was In the city yesterday.
Marshal 11. H. Colbert camo In yes-
terday from Tishomingo.
Miss Loura Seleska Is in Madlll vis-
iting her brother M B. Cox.
H. S. Suggs and W. K. Warren of
Berwyn were In the city Friday night.
Deputy Jim Havens left yesterday
-iternoon for Coalpate on tirivnte bus-
iness. Mis.- Maggie Corn 11 of this city Is
M-iHtiK her sister. Mr. Scrivener at
Mr-. T. P. Howell and Mrs. J ?ut-
i liff m In the city Friday afternoon
Albert Itennle was In the city Frl-
1 y ami returned nome that night to
Offlir deputy T. E. Brents and Field
!' pnty K. M. Cummittgs cf Ada were
In Me city yesterday.
Missis. Bob ' Davidson ani Bud
Holder with their families have gone
; Washita cn a fishing trip.
Mrs. Mallie Strahau who 1ms been
Ukltlng her sister Mrs. Banks King
for a few days returned home to Sill-
L. B. McGuIre trainmaster C. 0.
& C... ilalleyville Is lit the city look
ing after the Interest of Ills ronJ.
A. O. Robberson a prominent raer-
( hunt of Dixie passed through the
lty yesterday en route heme from
tin Choctaw nation.
Miss Cecil Crow who has been In
lie city the guest cf her sister Mrs
Sam H. Butler returned yesterday to
l.er home in Tennessee.
Miss Ruby Gardner who has been
here for several days has gone to
Ruff to accept a position with the
telephuue. people al that place.
Orville T. Smith president ami
counsel of the National Insurance Co.
rf Dover Del. headquuiters at Gu
thrie was in the city yesterday.
Attorney John K. Randolph depart-
ed yesterday for Cleveland Tenn. to
attend district court where he has
some Important logal matters to at
fund to. He will bo absent ten
Plato Mountjoy government inspcc
tor Is In the city. He will visit all
tho government offices In the South'
ern district examine all the papers
and public documents of tho govern
lent. He is working nt present In
the marshal's olllce commencing with
tho first of Colbert's administration
'Mandle" 5c at Ham Bee's fountain
Hats to please everybody at Miss
Buy your goods from Folki-'s city
grocery noxt door to .1. B. Spragins
k Co. 1-3
Membors of the second Jalisco club
are requested to meet at Colo & Jen
kins' studio Monday next at 3 p. m
sharp to elect a delogate.
P. F. ribbon cane high grade syrup
at Landrum Bros'.
R. E. Gulllot has purchased tho
Laughllu home corner B street nn
Sixth avenue from Mrs. T. Y. Mor
gan. Two more rooms have been ad
ded to the house and many other ltn
piovements made. Mr. and Mrs. Gull
lot moved Into their new homo yes
Boys' wash suits agos 5 to 15 only
29-2 ARDMORB DRY GOODS CO
HAM Opera House Monday night
State House coffee and Sphynx cof
fee made by the Oriental people and
guaranteed to be the best.
Thelma the little daughtoi of Mi
and Mrs. F. J. Ramsey who has been
lying almost at death's door for eigh-
teen days was reported a little bet
t Hargrove Defeats High S-.'i'.hl.
The base ball game yestoiday af
ternoon at the Hargrove college
guunds between tho college team and
the high school boys resulted In
victory for Hargrove. Score 8 to C.
Mandlo" 5c at Ham Bee's fountain.
Tho Dlzor hand-mado shoos aro the
best. Every pair guaranteed nt tho
29-2 ARDMORB DRY GOODS CO.
The north portion of tho city and
tho country boyond was visited by a
very hoavy hail last ovonlng. preced-
ing the rnln. The hail stones were
of unusually largo else.
"Mnndlo" Eo at Ham Bee's fountain.
GIVEN LADIES OF THE LEAF BY
Proved to Be One of the Mest De.
tlghtful Features of the Club In
Its History Ardmore's Finest
Musical Talent at Its But.
Ono of the most dollshttul pro
S'.nms in the l-adles of the Leaf calen-
dar was a musical given by .Mrs. J. B.
Wall In her pretty home on C street
on Mtlulay last.
Club numbers utnl guc . m vditi'M !
curl and the cosy pari' 1 wei- .-. n
fll!l. Hunches of cr aniy e u.
club llou. i formed tlir le. oratieas ;
Muiliul talent 01 a Itlszli mi i '
found in the Ladles i the Liai 1
tho prliit of the club
TJte - loctlons 00 i'.. piano i
given uiih a beautiui 1 vli:il.ii. un.i
expiessmn and non. .v-ro found
ray "How sour sweet mush- U wli 11
tlm Is iirokeaiul no pruportiou kopi."
Am. iik the voices much tau nt and
beauty U found. A leading soprano
with a range of three ottaw-t ami
with notes as sweet and fre.-h a th
spring of which she sang. A mi ug
niesv.o supranr each note linking
clear and true and a full i n li u
tralto voice beautifully u .
ulated are three voices m t. w.n
might well be proud of. 1 l.i I .1. 1
of tin' i.eaf Quarteette" wen n 1.
belt ami caused much nieiniin
their quaint and jolly ci on -1 11'
The dainty lefresbments 1:1 '
the Mul) colors of green and
were arrled out and bcim i
gentle hostess nt the close . 1 n. n
steal 1 rogram were tut:
".Music in the close
As tiu last taste of sweets 1-
The following is the piogran
by Mrs. Wall to her guest--
Piano duet. Overture "Si .nn 1
Rossini Mednmcs Wnll .Mt'n.
Vocal solo The yenng sprliK
come. Maud Valerie Wnlte Mr- I
Vocal quartette Pale in the ai i
west. Parka Meadafea Gulll'it.Bh
soe Foater Westnelmei.
Piano solo "Rondo CnprUls.-lc
Meiidelehclm Miss Floy AH is
Vocal solo. "Believe" Tannr'.il
Mrs. Gertrude Gulllot.
Vocal solo "I love you ' Carl ?
bleskl Mrs. Tesslo Westhelnur
Vocal (juartette The cotton IolI
Gelbel Mosdafes Campbell. BU lsof
Wo do only flrst-class work In dinn-
ing dyeing and pressing.
C. D. DAVIS.
1-2 Successor to L. F. Burton.
Our regular meeting will be held
Wednesday nftornooTi at 3 .o'clock.
Our new drill books will be here and
wo wish to exemplify and study tho
llcor work. Refreshments will also
Don't fall to see our screen doors
befoto pu rclfa sing.
Practical Tinners nnd Plumbers
Wo handle the Brofman Bros'
clothing. They will fit and aro guar
anieed to wear.
29-2 ARDMORB DRY GOODS CO
Hat to please everybody at Ml-
Shluholser's. Deputy House camo In yc-Ur!ay(
with Joe Lawley charged with lar-i
c ny. uiwiey voluntarily came up
and surrendered Co Houe. When they
nrrlvod at Ardmoro ho made bond and
Col. Ham Monday night
HAM Opera House Monday night.
Many a man has a roputat:on for
buying high priced clothing who does
his buying hero. Wo give good
goods that fit perfectly at a lew price.
C. D. DAVIS
Successor to I F. Burton.
And overythlng else in lino crackors
and cakos. Soo us for high gradq
grocorlos. LANDRUM BROS.
Tho following citizens have invest
od In Jalisco Mexico: J. L. Wells
1 lot; A. B. Lovlae 1 lot; J. D. Hoi
ley 1 lot; Luclan O. gcckwell 2 lots;
Lestor T. Allan 1 lot; R. H. Moore
We Krivv How.
I ' 1 Si .11". .1 i i- Win U- il. ' -
1 1 -t woik lii i'ie Indian Turltii
V do cleaning dyeing repairing and
piesslng at very reasonable prices
ladles' clothing a specialty.
Our work Is done thoroughly by
steam and we have tho only equipped
shop In the city for this class or
With Farthing Bros.
In frreen doors wo nave a variety
that will ptef you in nuallty and
price. WHKKS BROS.
Practical Tinners and Plumbers.
Street hata for the next week at
greatly reducer! prices at Miss Shin-
holsei's.. IVlKi-r's illy nr-'i ry U now I a t
r 10 .1 H Spi.iiln- (' I
TL T) CI
MEET ME AT HAM BEE'S FOUNTAIN
AND ciKT A fl LAS Ol
"MAN D.I EM
STEFFEN'S ICE CREAM
"OOOn.VKNS IN EVIIRV OIUlI"
We carry a full line of Books Newspapers
.Maga.lnes and Stationery. If you can't
come 'phone 389
Ham Bee's BooK
W. M. Gwyn R. G. Graham
N hy not Insure your dwelling with
GWYN & GRAHAM.
The Strongest Old Line Fire Insurance
Noble Building Telephone 380
We carry a fresh stock of it in all sizes
at all tfnes.
TYLER SIMPSON COMPANY
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T -e S'icrvov.d C jl.
I .- ! vi id In 1 111 nid.if
irtuiii'ik- Tl Mrs Pc pies' sc.uo
Thirty-live members and a nmubei or
visitor wero present. Roll call was
tcrjxnded to by IncldcntB fMun ti t-
ttfe (f Frederick Chopin.
R;Ttrphy of Chirpln. Walter Nlehota
Babbling Brwik Mrs. W. A. Payne
Sweet Flattery .Miss Myrtlo Frame.
Joyous Farmer Miss Holon Durle
Slumber Song .Miss Ray Campbell
Screen doors plain ami fancy a'
quick selling price.
Practical Tinners and Plumber-
Ptrcot hats f( i- (ho next week at
Bieatlx r I. 1 . s nt mi-k Slim
' .!-. r-
J aTL tJ' U
for Spring ami Su inner wear
and the most correct in style
the most elegant In shape
and the most comfortable to
the foot. A very dressy shoe
that shows your feet to the
best advantage. Price
$2.50 and $3.50
to.be had only nt
"THE ShoK MAN"
T. N. Coleman
Ton Ilotul of lvof'i.-.U'rr-(l
Scotch Top Short Horn
Dulls 1 to 11) months old.
For Kale at a roasonablo
J. C. Washington
Marietta I. T.
of the World
5j :& A :&'. tA ft & 4 (ij $ & J fi'f
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