The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 164, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 18, 1904 Page: 8 of 8
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goes far toward making home happy.
The lionie without music tuny be hap
py lint It doesn't sound no. Whoro
there it music lliore lit life. Young
folks llkp to stay In such a home. And
other young folks tike to visit it.
WHAT IS THERE
If the music line Mint you would like
to tmvo? If you will consult us. you
will find us ready to serve you with
nnylhliiK from a grnnd plnn to a
tronth harnion!( a.
E. B. LuKe
Warm Weaier Diseases
Al''li'V 11 u i' .i-.'i i ii-' Ij ' .1 ! i m i il 'i-i' i' i; Tin i c i rli
uti'l (liiinliTiiiii! A'miii-! uI imt vs i'.t' Imt ilivnst arc
Venn fliicfisi. ami i iirlii im' i-.lln- j ir n i- time to eradi-
cate tliftu by t li'dt ni'' f-.ffv .liuii. sink dark corner and
iliimi) uluce with
G R E 0 L I U M
This is a cotnbiiipd 'iTinicidi'. ilisinCur-ttint und insecticide
and you can depend upon In doinj; all fhat any of these
tilings enn do. It is an excellent protection against
niotlih mid ! sure death to bed bugs roaches and tints.
It docs othi'r things too but tlioso are what you need it
for now. One pint make from Ii to In gallons ready
for use 40 C A PINT
F. J. RAMSEY Druggist
Corner Caddo and Main St. 'Phone 30
If It Comes From Us
It will haw a lino ilavor and
a good w lioli-siimn body and
will give a Rood treat to those
wbo cat it.
Sold by First-Class Dealers
Any flavor or Quantity
Ardmore Dairy and
Ice Cream Co.
Telephone No: 23S
Or courso you tiro aware uf the fact that wo Icoop a
lino lino of porfuinos. Hut did you know wo intiko ji
.specially of Palmkk'k A trial of tho "Crushed
Uoso loavos or Crushed Violet leaves will convince
you that they are superior to any other American
perfume. Wo will make a specialty prices on these
two odors oT
FIFTY CENTS PEH OUNCE
J. B. WALL The Druggist.
Under New Man agement
Mrs. II. Adair proprlcticss. Rate $1
per day. Special rates by week. Kn
tiro building renovated. Clean nice
Unlit airy room. Host meals In tho
city. First door north Ardmore ts'a
BROWN 4 BRIDGMAN.
'Undertakers and Embalmers
Up to date in every respect.
complete (moot Collins Caskets
Burial Robes Shoes. Hose.
C: loves etc. Calls attended to
promptly day or night and your
tovect ones will bo handled with
totidore.st care. Have a beauti.
ful lino of picture mouldings
and can framo your pictures on
short notice. Call and seo us.
Next door to P. O. Ardmore. I. T.
Night calls promptly answered
at Phone No. 7
W A. PRIDE
Puts iii Wator Works.
Does all Kinds of Tin
and Galvanized Iron
'Phono 388 Broadway
W P. POLAND
Buys and sells land makes
j lease contracts secures ab
lotments for citizen? keep
I (irstelass surveyor in ofllce
work Ruarauteed. Ofllce over f
I First National Hank.
No wagon better than tho Stude-
Jiaker. For them see
Tho following dry goods shoe fur-
nishing and furniture houses observe
Open 7 a. in. Close 7 p. 111.
Clone Saturdays 'J p. m.
As other arcept union cards their
names will bu milled:
.Madden & Co.
Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co.
.1. H. Hamilton & Co.
Ardmore Dry Goods Co.
Ilandol. Hanks & Co.
Sass & Crawford.
Clni'iuiiatl Hackct Store.
It. A. .lones rurnlturc.
A. C. Young. Furniture.
Y. II. Lynn. Shoos.
Stenograpblc work and copying
done with neatness and dispatch.
Terms lonsouu'bto. Miss M. Kwald.
stenographer rurnian. F.ddloinan t
Graham's ollloe. Hi-It.
The Missionary Society of tlio
First Presbyterian cburcli will meet
at the manse Thursday nrteruoou at
Storm at Lawton.
Iiwton Ok. May 1(1. At 10 o'clo I.
las-i night a rurlous rainstorm began
I'lgtng and In a few minutes this city
wan Hooded with water. A grand dec-
Meal display portrayed itseit In the
Some stock was killed by lightning
T!i wind blew at a furious gale ami
tho water came in blinding sheets
accompanied by some hail.
The low places in the clly were
flooded and In several instances .the
wa.er rose to the betciit nr run.
in tlio bouses. The whole Interior ol
if" llank if Lawton was Hooded a.
'.010 also the Cotton law olllces the
eddell Investment company and the
i.::imiery store of Mrs. Caldwell tin
damage to her stock being the great-
The residence of J. j. folk n few
r. 'lcs east of this city was struck l.v
llgY.ning and the west side of the
iiouso was destroyed ltotlt .Mr. and
.Mrs. tMilk were blludeil for an hour
C.u he creek rose six feet In a few
When a woman balances her check
book she adds $100 to It in case the
bank should happen to forget to
charge that much against her.
Screen doors any style at money-
saving prices at
s im wi:i:ks huos.
The F.Iks muslcnle next Tuesday
night. Tickets r.O cents. 17tf
If your poultry or stock is troubled
with lice It means loss of profits to
you. t'se Worrell's Insect Hxtormlnn-
tor at once. It Is sure death to all
kinds of Insect pests. 15
F. .1. HA.MSI'Y
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and can safely be given to
lilldren. Soul by Homier & llonnor.
Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching Plies produce moisture and
huso Hilling this form as well as
Illlnd. llleedlng or I'rutrudlng Pilo
Hllnd. llleedlng or Protruding Plliw
Remedy. Slops Itching and bleeding.
11sor1iB minors nuc a jar at itrug'
glts. r bent by mall. Treatise free.
rile me about your ease. Dr. Ho-
aanko. Philadelphia I'a. for sale by
v 11 frame druggist.
Intending visitors to St. I.ouls dur
ing the World's Fair can assure them-
hen satisfactory rooming accommo-
.ailons through (lit) .Merchants' Sor-
be Company at a nominal expense.
'or pnrtlrulars apply to nearest I'rls-
11 System ngent. lUtf
Lightning Ice croam froexer Is a
bunlle of home luxury. Get one of
lm WUUKS IIHOS.
Will buy "HiiMell's Dig Holl Proline"
cotton seed next ton days at roduced
price. R. H. Pugh Main street. Ard-
more.l . T. S-d&w-lm
Notice of Sate.
In re Texas Mercantile Co. hank
In accordance with the order of the
court In jfctlie above entitled
cause. I willfSell to the highest bid
dor for cnsliTa certain stock of mer
cbandise situated In the town of Sul
phur. Indian Territory and known as
the lexas Mercantilo Co. stock of
goods. Invoicing Kfi.'O.OO and notes
and accounts Invoicing $- ; nlso
llxttues consisting of shelves conn
tors scales etc. Invoicing $
New Suits Filed.
" 11 1 Kni.v 1 n
I' -' -nit tor $7.". li'K for tifl- vHi'
" the Texas Wagon Yard wllirh was
tiled before Judge Itobnett. restllted
in a ei(llet Tor the plaintiff to whkh
t.i" defondant took an appeal.
1 T. Ilexrcat vs. Ardmore Klectrlc
I." hi and Power Co. This case Is
in in which the plaintiff alleges that
tli' defendant company had stretched
a-m.ss a public highway a wire with
voich he ciinip fn contact to Ma dam-
aiw the Jury In the commissioners
...rt so finding ffisesalnie the same
at tin und costs. The defendant com
tiny lias appealod'Tiie case and will
aU: the United Stales upper court to
?as tiion the question.
It. C. Itlckotts vs. tho samo tlelcnd-
ruit. mid find (lie same cause of uc-
t -". the Jury In the commissioner's
fiurt ItrlngliiK in the snme verdlcl
-"u defendnnt company also appeal
t I this case.
Hardle's "Uldo" the home-made cl
()t laVniin City has had a t'nlrtv
il in I lidlar fire. The Perrlne bo:
I an.t llvorv li.irn ivj.i-i itrt.l r.n-a.1
til 111 the latter fifteen head of
pi rt.-died. The (Ire was causod
1 .1 II' l!t' L'l ltl til uIkmii In Ilia Iitiv
wiiik- smoking a cigarette.
have sold about $1000 worth
tlikd- already and you will have
1 btirrj 10 get seats. ntt
Dulard's Barber Shop.
George ilulard has Installed in his
b.i-ber shop hot and cold baths and
si wer baths njn! Invites (ho public
' tall at his place. K.xpcrt workmen
S -.faction guaranteed. West
Main St i7.im
Eastern Star Notice.
Hvery member of Ardmore chapter
No 70 Order of ICastern Star Is rc
iinstcd to be present at the regulai
11 (cling Monday May 21!. at 8 o'clod
1 111 Kloctlon of officers and othei
important business to be considered
Visiting members of the order In tin
city are extended a cordial welcome
MIlS. KVA SNYDHIl
Hurdle's "Kldo" r.c cigar Is the best
1 arce i.rny was arrested ncai
Wheeler yesterday by Doputv McKee
c'l.irged by Indictment of introducing
niui selling liquor and placed in jail
here last night.
Said sale to take place between the
hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. on the
-1st day of May 1H0I In front of the
store building known ns the Texas
Mercantile Co. store building in the
town or Sulphur Indian Territory.
J. F. HU:i)SOF.. Receiver.
Tlio twlu burner vapor gasoline
stove none other quite so good. At
Practical Tinners and Plumbers
At 13. R. Push's .Main streot. Ardmoro
I T. 3-d.tw-lm.
And it's good new honey too. nt
Ice cream sodas In all the popular
liuvors at Kahn's fountain. 15-:!
You can have a now buggy or wag-
op for 11 dollar by using carriage paint
that wo handle. You can do as good
Job as any painter by following the
directions carefully. All colors. 15
F. J. RAM SKY.
I'ho genuine Philadelphia
mower best on earth at
Prnctlcnl Tinners nnd Plumbers.
Kushels Amber Cano Seed and flm
Cotton Seed for sale. K. 11. Push
Main street Ardmore I. T. 3-d&wlm
The following Is tho lineup for to
i..u;row at Cole's. The Smiths. John
s' i.s. Simmons Deacons. Jones with
Hie skule teacher and bis baby at !)
n ir... the phun will commence. 18
Pie plant asparagus beans torn 8
toes and all other fresh vegetables
Phone 3.r.!) City Fish .Market. 10-1 in
U you wish to make a loan on Ira
proved real estate Io-v rato long
term with privilego to pay wrlto the
Ameiican Investment company Ato
ka I. T. or seo W. S. Wolvorton &
Son. 11 lm
Hargrove College Commencement
Friday. May 27 S:15p. m.. Concert
and play by Miss GriuJe Seal's prima
Saturdny. May 2S. 10 a. m.. Medal
CLiitest In declamations and reclta
Cons: S: IS p. in.. Oratorical and essay
contest for medals.
Sunday May 2fi. 11 a. m. commenet
n.ent sermon by Rev. W. J. Sims pre
h'dlng elder Cherokee district Yinlta
I T.; 8:15 p. m.. our young people's
sermon by Rev. W. F. Dunkle pastor
Monday May 30 in a. m. Literary
nddress by Hon. C. W. Skeen Wapa
1'iicka. I. T.
Monday. I p. 111.. annual meeting
board of trustees; 8: Hi p. in. annual
concert by elocution and music de
TIIOS. G. WIHTTICN. Pres.
Try an Kltlo cigar. Rotter than
ever before. 151 ni.
Guns and bicycles to lease; typo
writers sewing machines locks keys
ote.. repaired. 20-lm
G. W. RITTF.R & SON.
Subscrlbo for the Ardmorelte.
At nil hours Slioit Order n
pecinlty Come with your bitckett
and cet them Idled.
Next Door to E B. Pugh.
ARDM0RE LOAN TRUST CO.
1.4 prepared to purchase Vendor Men Notes and all other
well secured paper and are in the market to Ruy the
Surplus Lauds of Adult Indians. We will also Duy the
Allotments of Intermarried Cltl.ens and Frcedmeu
whether filed or not. Will pay a GOOD I'RICI: in SPOT
CASH for same.
Write or call to sec us at once
ARDMORE LOAN $ TRUST CO.
J. U. ROOM- nanascr
DO NOT BUY A STRAW HAT
before you see our line or you will miss the
MOST EXQUISITE STYLES
and MOST BECOMING HATS ...
Our Prices range from 50c to $3.00
GEORGE ASH IggE. MainSt.
R. vV. Dick Mayor
John L. Gait Police Judge
D E. Dooktsr Chief of Police
J. H. Mathers City Attorney
O. H. Hruce City Clerk
Frank Rutt Treasurer
W. R. Roberts Ass'r and Colloctoi
Bob McGeo City Scavenger
J. W. Moffett City Physician
List of Aldermen.
First Ward J. S. McCbarcn Rube
Third Ward R. W. Randol J. R.
Third Ward R. W. Randol J. W.
Fourth Ward W. F. Wlilttingtun
W. A. Gilliam.
Finance Pennington Wluttlngton
Street and alloy Fraley Randol
Hardy and Whlttington.
Police Randol Gilliam and Mullen.
Fire Gilliam Pennington and
Waterworks Whlttington Fraley
Ordinance Mullen McCliaren and
Cemetery Randol Gilliam and Mo-
Sanitary McChuren Fraley Mul
Improvement Hardy Whlttington
Randol and Fraley.
Board of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moffett city physician;
Drs. S. S. Carr J. W. Smith Walter
Hardy Mayor R. W. Dick.
ike: HO BBS
AND PRACTICAL MORSESIIOUR.
Carriage Wagon and
Moved to Rrlck Building on Broad-
way. 'PHONIi 369.
$2 and $2-50 per day.
All kinds of frying chickens at Skip-
W. F. WtllTTINOTON Prop.
Ardmore - Ind.Ter.
Successor to Uhoate and Cox
Passencer transfer line of
finest rubber tire cabs
meets all trains.
Private calls n i v e n
Well equipped batrcajje transfer.
MID-SPRING SALE I
TO CONTINUE FROM
May 7 th to May 21st
This great sale means Remarkably Low
Prices on Our Entire Stock.
25 per cent
on Every Piece of Merchandise in our
well assorted stock.
on our already low popular prices. Our
stock embraces Dry Goods Clothing
Shoes Hats Queensware Tin Granite
and Galvanized Ware Millinery Notions
!i Cinmnnati Rankef Store
l TEMPLE OF ECONOMY"
') West Main St
fli One door east of E. B. Luke's Music House.
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