The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 155, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 8, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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FIRE - LIFE - TORNADO
Real Estate Farm and City Property
25 per cent
We have all the new models
G. D. Justrite Corsets. We have
the exclusive sale. All styles low-
est prices. Nobby Tailor Made
Skirts and Waists.
and vr will ro Tin: iiust
Crippled or Diseased
Race Horses Shod
Any Kind of Shoe Made
General line of Carriage. Huejsy
and Wagon Repair Work
done on Short Notice
Buy and sell Second Hand
Wholesale and retail. All orders
filled promptly no matter how largo
or how small.
Also have the freshest lino of gro-
cerles In the city.
W. A. GILLIAM
East Main St.
Buy your goods from Fell; .'-'a rltv
grocery next door to J. D. Sj-rnglns
T. N. COLEMAN DRUG0IS1
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Stylish Dress Hats Lowen-
steiti's Tailor Made Hats
Ladies' Furnishing Mouse.
Hon. .1. T. Dlcki rum me newly ap
p. inicd judge to aeMt-t In t lie Soutnern
.l:5ti let will arrive In Ardmore about
the 13th or 14th of this month and will
j.iobahly make Ardmcre bis head-
uvarters. Pauls Valley and Chleka-
sha are botn wanting him to cime
tr their town but according to all
iiiles heretofore applied In the tern
toiy the chief oltleer presides at head
quarters for the district.
The White Mountain and Acme
S-1m WEEKS -BBOS.
If your old cook stovo is out
"whack any way we can fix It.
S HALL & HILL1S
Numhtr Your Hcusc.
The postal law requires every hcuec
In the delivery district to Tjo number
eii In order to set your mail. The
city ordlnanco also requires all build
lugs to be numbered. Don't neglect
It. It Is very necessary. C-3t
French olive oil French peas
stuffed and plain olives at D. M
Bumph's. DepenJ on us to keep in
close touch with the Ardmcre trade
Brown & Brldgman Is the place to
have your pictures framed. Next
Door to postoffice.
Tbo twin burner vapor gasoline
Etove none other nulto so good. At
Practical Tinners anil Plumbers
ARK NOW DUK
Don't neglect it
but have your pupers lilled on
correctly. You will lint! plenty
of remittance blanks in our otlico
and a competent notary to fill
V.'hen you want a deed drawn
or notary work done come to
this ofiico and it will be attended
to correctly and with dispatch.
REDFIELD REALTY CO.
L'p-Stalr. In Host Office Bids'
ARDnORE I. T
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W. S. Irvln was lieTe from Musko
Eil Hubbard returned yesterday
Marcns llrlght is spending Sundy
J. J. Wells cf Hailoyvillo spent
jtrterday In the city.
F.eputy Lee Harris of Putcell spent
yiterday In the city..
Mrs. M. A. Hardy left yesterflay to
visit relatives at Madlll.
( l1. Henry J. Brennan Is spending
tl i Sabbath In Marietta.
J g. McNally cf Oklahoma City was
a Mtor here yesterday.
It 1.. Legate and 1. J. Brennan ate
! r from Dentkon Texas.
T I.. Weight and W." II. Evans are
m the city from Tishomingo.
Willis Choate cf the MaiieTTa Mom-
I'm was In the city yesterday.
it- v. R. g. Hamilton and faintly of
!. are visiting In the city.
M. W. Buchanan and wife were
're Saturday from Dougherty.
ohn T. Hill and Frank Gates of
Pauls Valley were In the city yester
Mrs. Clayton Warren of Muskogee
in t.ie city the guest of Mrs. P. P.
K M. ssterretl Jr. and J. S. Ster
utt came over yesterday iiom toiun
Poiter Staples transacted business
t-. lcre the land olllce at Tishomingo
Mis. W. K. Huaton of Valfey View
Tias is visiting with her uncle J.
Kasley and tatniiy.
Di. D. M. Hailey of Halleyvllle can-
i late for national committeeman
a a in tbe city Friday.
Mifcn Minnie Hardy of Madlll at-
United the graduating exercises in
city Friday night.
Jt.hn iJonaldson of Iouisvllte Ky.
anivca iu toe city yesterday. Mr.
Dcnalilson is ptospecting.
Mrs. Sue McKemle who has been
visiting in the family or W. II. John-
son returned home yesterday to
V. T. Nichols a life Insurance man
Is here from Duncan and is thinking
sencusly of transferring his headquar-
ter to tills city.
.Mrs. W. F. Whittington and her
sues! Mrs. S. II. Fisher or Pauls Val-
ley were Interesting visitors to the
ArJ'morelte office last evening.
Mri. Jesse Leatherwood who has
been visiting her mother Mrs. A. S.
Pulllam lor sevoral days returned
yesterdny aftemcon to her Some at
Ed Fraser. who was called homo
or. aeccunt or tho lllnces of his moth
er. Mrs. D. L. Fraser leturned last
night to Hot Springs Ark. where he
Id engaged In a special write-up proji-
rltlon lor that city.
Prof. Perry M. Horton who lias
been engaged In school teaching In
tbe Cnicltasaw nation for the pntt
three years will leave Tuesday with
jls wife for Savannah Tonn. where
lie has been engaged ns a teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Rcxroat depnit
ed yesterday for Gordon Toxas. where
they will vltlt a week Mr. Hexront
ti uk with him a quantity ol advertis
ing matter and will Infcrm tno gcod
Teas people of the virtues of Indian
Ai the Episcopal toctory Wednes-
day May i.
Sherwood Students' Club.
The club met as usual this morning
at Mrs. Peeples' studio forty-four
members and a mini bur of visitors
present. Roll call tesponiied to by
Incidents from tho life of Itlchaid
Wagner. The following program was
Biography of Wagner.
Miss Daisy Boberti
Etude Miss-Mamie Nisbett
Schottlsche Miss Amelia Hunter
'Conrofntion". .Miss Helen Ixnlbotter
"In Jovial Mood"
Miss Annlo Thompson
"Tniantelle" Miss Jennette Moore
Voglein MIes Salllc J. Dustcn
Beglnnfng Monday morning and
c -utir.uing until scld all street hats
v 1 1 1 sell Hi cost at Miss Hussull Shin
i nleer's. ""
Weeks Bros have put In a spoclnt
window giving a unique display of
their plumbing goods. Such a dis-
play U scarcely over seen In the largo
cities and It ceitalnly does credit to
this enterprising firm and to tho city.
Bushels Amlkor Cano Seed and flno
Cotton Seed for salo. E. B. Pugh
Main street Ardmore I. T. 3-d&wlm
Lemons cranges bananas and
fresh nuts at Sklpworth's. 8-tf
Take your stenographic work to the
Ardmore Business College. 5-lm
t si V: e Aio Uiy'its.
The r l( i tt . i.i
puny pu' .:i -i nunc hit lights yt
tcrday and they were all shining last
nlaht. Their relative positions are
as follow- one at corner Broadway
and North Washington. Broadway and
N'orth Caddo Mill and Main. A street
and Went Main and IS stteel and
sells all kinds of feed.
Prof. Duk Re-Eleeted.
At a meeting of the school board
hold ye-tuilay evening Prof. W H.
Buck was unanimously re-elected to
tlit position cf superintendent of onr
-rhools for the coming year.
Gatbllne stoves and even cheap.
S HALL ft HILL1S.
A Lcwensteln Is In receipt of a loi
ter fr m his son Emanuel's teacher
In the New England Conservatory of
Music in B ston In which the teacher
states that Emanuel poffcskch io
markahlt- musical talent and that his
clote application nnd fine work Ih at'
trading much attention In the con
lervatuy. The leacner states mat a
brilliant future Is predicted for the
Artfnur student. Mr. and Mr. Low
cnfiteln have Just cause for being
proud if their ton and the music li v
lag people of Ardmore look with pleas
ui to his home-coming.
EpUcopal rertniv W(
Blanche and Hosa Helte;- entertain-
ed tluir little friends Friday alt. i-
noon at their parents' home. Mi and
Mrs. .1. D. Welsley corm r S.
avenue and Q street noitli
OamtH and music were the i i
th day. alter which itii.-i
were served. Bessie Mt("iain
crowned the queen of May.
I will teach a private sctn . 1 at tlx
South Arumore public schn 1 li n! :i'if
boglnnlng Monday May 9 Ti'iu 'i
ratos for sradea 1 to 3. $1" f r
grades -I to fi. ?2. Puj.lK t lluti!
Thorough work assured.
MISS FAY SMITH
i3-6t Ten lur
Water Tank Bursted.
Yesteiday one of the pests nipricrt
lug In the galvanized water tanL rt
W. I. Ciuce's place gave way a i n
the prostratlcn of the tank ant 2 0
gallons of water It contained "S
tank fell Into the garden and the r sh
lug water washed up many tender
Pic plnnt. asparagus beans t tan-
toes and all other freEh .cgctnblcs
PhOne 35ti City Fisn Market 101m
I would be pleasod to meet 'be v.lvn
o.' tho physicians of the try in the
parlors of the IKluI Morgan M n lay
morning at 10 o'clock.
Very res pec ti iii
S-l W. F tilI.ME.lt
Price Blaln Ielt last night fm she
tr. to nltend the bedside ol In- .
sister Mrs. Frank Stlnnon
Notice Clerks' Union.
Monday night. May !. I-. M.il.r
meeting night and a full attendnn i
necessary as we have buhiiien- nt l:
portanco that must be atten le I ti
L. B. HOHN r.e-
Ve do tho kind of stenograpbi
work that gives satisfaction 51m
ABDMOHE BUSINESS COLLEciE
Big hotel goblote 37 l-2 a i
at tho Cincinnati Backet St ire
. t at
You can get a set of C-ln nnglirh
porcelain plates for 37 1-2' at the C in-
clnnati Backet Stoie. C2
37 l-2c will buy a set of blcwo ' m
blerr at the Clnclunntl Backet Sure
Pure bred Plymouth Hofk eggs one:
dcllar per setting. S. S TOLSON
D. E. Booker sold bib fine n" y c
terday to Mr. McMuiray cf V. M
wrlght Toxas. the censide rattan I
lng $100. The colt wa.-. 11 month
FOR THE TABLE.
New Crop Cabbage
Goods Clgais nnd
Tho place to get your Cold mink-
J. B. S.MAftT.
S-2 Poatcfflie iiliiik
Tho United State omeis mn le a
raid on the express olflie at Madlll
hilday and spilled 72 pint uf li'iiur
T e f.'Baf' S"ooter I
I .MH .'llll'M I .1 . 111'
t. ti'An who aie In the piaitlte in"
using the nigger shotter on their
nlphbors chickens dogs pigeons In
lac-t any and everything that they
b.'tilJ not shoot at.
The police are not saying anything'
but ate in the lookout for these "nig-
ger-sbcoting" boy and If caught will
have to suffer for It.
Nicest line of oueenswaio and glass-
HALL & H1LL1S.
Hon. C. A. Skecn cf WapanucJw
commander of the Indian Territory Ji-
'cloa Sons of Confederata Veterans
win be here tomorrow for the pur-
)ose of making up the balance cf hia
aft. and appointing a sponsor. Mr.
Veen Is a great speaker and a slmon
j ure Democrat and It would be a
treat treat Jf he could be prevailed
xnon to address an audience here
M. nday nlfcht.
John K. Mofgari enmp U. C. V.
The orncors and members will as-
semble at the city H7t this Sunday
aftrrnccn at 1 oVIoi-:. a full attend-
ar.c Ik eaim tly 1t sll-.t.
1 W .r.II.LEDtllC. (f)m
i H IirtlVi: Adjutant.
. i i an . Irli-K ntiil
The Best Shoe
I MEET ME AT HAM BEE'S FOUNTAIN 9
MB T1IUONIA I01NT!S THA'l HLKVIS KH
We carry a full
Stationery and all
STEFFEN'S ICE CREAM
"OOOIINUBS IN EVKIIY DIBH"
flake a .Specialty of Furnishing Cream from I Gallon Up
Ham Bee's BooK Store 'Phone 389
TYLER SIMPSON CO.
O'd Nejfo Flctjs Her Eoy.
i l . I l. .1' .1 l.igKlfiCj
too oung to be punished by law.
was arraigned before Judge Halt
charged with stealing n pistol. Tin
bor was eulltv. and his mother nrom
Ised Juiige Oalt that If he would turn
him over to hor she would whip htm
until she thought 'nc would not stent
The mother's request wns Krnnted
and the chastizing the boy got wns
calcu'ued to keep him from ever
looking toward a pistol again.
Special prices on pattern bnls nC
Mlaa Ttusset) Shlnhotser'a this week.
Miss Bessie Foster of Fort Smith.
Ark. a graduate or the Belle Pii'U
HcspPal Training School has lie n
employed as head nurse at the Aid-
more Sanitarium and has already en-
tired upon her duties.
The newest and prettiest line nf
i trture mouldings In town at Brow u
A Brldgman s. s
Budgeman Smith charged with di-
t tubing public worship waa arreM.
'' I puty Mayes on a bench witriaut
nd lm unlit dnwn from Pauls Vallei
( tilay. In the nbsime f liind--in'ti
In- was eemniltt il to Jail.
i lu! ll. w-e Srui i-- genuine mai!t
i Si til . :'y by HMpwertli S It
lor the Money
for Spring anil Summer wear
ami the most correct in style
the most elegant in shape
ami the most comfortable to
the foot. A very dressy licc
that shows your feet to the
best advantage. Price
$2.50 ni)d $3.50
to bs li.nl only at
L Y !N N
"TUB sHOK MAN '
line i.f Office Supplies
the leading magazines.
T ii rlail ot IJi'L'istcn tl
.Scote-li Top Short Houi
Bulls lo to 13 mouths old.
For Sitlo :it ii reitsoiiablH
J. C. Washington
Marietta I. T.
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