The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 214, Ed. 1, Friday, July 15, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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Advertisements under this head will
ho received t tho rate or nvo (5)
conts per line. No advertisement
received for lew than flften (15)
conts. Spoclnl monthly rates fur-
nished on application. The notice
way contain any matter of "Ixjtt"
"Found" "For Kent" "For Sate"
"Stolon" "Strayed" or any purpose
without display linos.
WANTED A thorough reliable man
to carry a llnst-class Hue of clours
ag a side line cn commission for
Indian Territory and surroundlnK
territory. Only workers and those
that mean business and are no
amateurs need apply. Liberal lay-
out for right man. State references
with reply. Address "Pusher" care
this office. 1D-C
WANTED To know tho whereabouts
of my brother Alonzo Noel (called
l.on); has sandy mustache nnd
whiskers; dark llaxy hair is about
6 feet high rather stoutly built.
His father's name was Davi.l Noel.
When last heard o' was In Nowton
Kan. about four years ago. Any
Information will be thankfully re-
ceived by his sister Mrs. I McDon-
ald. Address letteie to W. I Crucc.
Ardmore I. T. 14-1 2-1 w
WANTED Two traveling salesmen
to sell paints and varnishes. Ad-
dress or phono Downard Asphalt
company. 1 l-tf
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Positions waiting graduates at
top wages. Few weeks completes
Can nearly earn expenses before
finishing. Write today. Moler
Uqrber College St. Louis Mo. 11-C
WANTED Indian relics and beads
from Indian Territory. Aldress B.
S. Dennis Letcher California. S-G
FOR. SALE One good milk cow and
calf cheap. E. I). Luke. 8-tf
FOR SALE Cheap a second hand
double seated surrey almost as
good as new. Sidney Suggs.
FOR SALE Ono 20-horsopower side-
crank Houston Stanwood & Gam-
ble engine. Positively good as
new. Also ono largo double-door
Cary sale. Easy payments or
cheap for each. Apply or write M.
Zuckerraan at Cold Storage. 3-lm
WASHINGTON AVE. 3033 World's
Fair visitors; excellent rooms; cn
suito or single; two car lines direct
to and from grounds; ft a day with
breakfast; filtered Ico water for
FOR RENT A fuioilshed room 317
West Hroadway street. Mrs. Sal-
llo Smith. . 13-3
FOR KENT Four-room house newly
papered. E. 1). Pugh. 11-tf
FOR RENT A homo of ten rooms 3
halls good water largo barn and
garden. Apply Will Gardner nt
Lynn's shoo store. ltf
FOR RENT Four room cottage with
hall. Modern conveniences. 2nd
Avenue N. W. near Washington
street. Apply I. R. Mason's office.
FOR RENT A now throq room house.
Apply It. T. Dallas Caddo street.
Uso Mason's fruit Jars U you want
satisfaction. Sprngins &. Co. have
them all sizes. 15d&w
fr 4 I"H' '1' 4' 'I' 4- H
T. N. COLEMAN DRUOG'ST
EXPENSIVE FIRE WORKS!
Are those prculuci'il by the
burning of one's homo or
Why not lot
BRUCE $ BUTT
through thoir com panics pay
for the loss or damage?
The companies can better
atforcl the loss than you.
Pirc Insurance is a noc-
cessity. Our Phone -LM.
DARING ESCAPE OF PRISONER.
Oklahoma Lad Gives Oklahoma Offi-
cers the Grand Ta Ta.
Special to tho Ardmorelte.
Hob I. T.. July 16. Tho horse and
KKddle which win stolen at a. dance
on W. P. ItcDluson's ranch last Tue-
day night was recovered yesterday af-
ternou neRr Marietta. Tho thief
was an Oklahoma boy about 17 years
of age and after being; caught was
tnken to Marietta by the officers to
await the arrival of tho northbound
Snnla Fo train upon which they Intend-
ed taking passage to Ardmore wheru
the prisoner wbh to he lodged In Jail
but the toy was too shrewd for them.
When the train drew up to the station
the prisoner and tho officerH were
standing on tho platform near tho
track and tho officers woro taken
very much By surprlso when tho cul-
prit leaped to tho track just in tlmo
to let tho passing train cut off nil
chnnco for Immediate pursuit also
making It Impossible for them to
take a shot at tho fellow. Mr. Thomp-
son Is very thankful for tho recovery
of his property but tho marshals aro
pretty sore over the escape of their
KICKED BY A MULE
And the Funeral of the Little Fellow
Follows at Leon.
Special to tho Ardmorclto.
Leon I. T. July 1G. Tho little 12-year-old
son of Mr. Grimes a farmer
who lives near this place was kick
ed by a mulo yesterday sustaining
Injuries from which ho died a few
hours later. Interment will tako placo
Joseph U. Wilson of Purcell an-
nounces himself a candidate for rep-
resentative of Pontotoc county on
tho McLlsh ticket at tho coming elec-
tion August 10.
500 limes Just' received at.Iahn's
Notice to Contractors.
Ulds for Elks' club will be received
up to 12 o'clock Monday July 18.
All bids must be In the hands of tho
president by that time. The directors
reserve tho right to reject all bids.
lu-2t J. O. AHERNETHV Pres.
Water Coolers! Water Cooleril
Any alzo you want and at closing
BIVENS COIUIN & FRENSLEY.
Limes 2Gc a dozen. Where? At
Kahn's confectionery. 13-3
1-ihL night some one entered the
grocery store of W. E. McCharen &
Co. and robbed them of three hams
six pieces of breakfast bacon and a
bucket of lard. They also opened
tno cash drawer and rumaged around
In it but thero was no monoy In It
C. T. Davenport has a very sick
baby at G street and Third avenue
Don't fall to attend tho big Bhoo
sale beginning tomorrow at Hamilton
The Quick Mcnl range is tho hand
somest stovo in America. Uso either
wood or coal for fuel. Noble Bros
I sell them.
i Ico for sale every day at City Fisa
Limeades Limeades iresh - - J .1 ma-
ades at Kahn's. 13-3
i I ! t'
N. J. Green of Hugo Is In the city.
M. Goldman of Dougherty Is In tho
C. Riley of Tishomingo It In the
11. II. Wlgga of Madlll Is In the
F. W. Williams of Purcell Is In tho
J. W. Slaughter of Wnxahachlo Is
In tho city.
W. F. Warren of Ilorwyn was In tho
W. C. Rudlslll of Tlihomlngo was
F. M. Cornwall and wife are In the
city from Simon.
W. T. Woods of Tishomingo was In
the city yesterday.
T. II. MrLiKh and 0. Davenport
of Tishomingo are In the city.
II. H. Allen T. P. Howell and 11.
W. Fielding of Davis were In tho city
Miss Willie Fraser of Gainesville
Is In tho city visiting friends nnd will
remain soma tlmo.
W. H. Green of Newbnrg Ala.. Is
In tho clfy visiting his sister in-law
Mrs. Mattle Evetts.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wells have: re-
turned frcm St. Iuls nnd Chicago
and oilier points in Illinois.
Chas. L. Indon and J. C. Murphy
returned lost night from a visit of
several months to St. Ixinls.
Chas. London nnd G. C. Murphy
wild havo been nt St. IxiuIb for two
months have returned home.
P. B. Taylor Miss Mary Taylor
Mrs. J. J. lxjvett and W. T. Ward of
Tishomingo were In tho city yester-
day. Chas. Carter and children and
mother Mrs. B. W. Carter and Miss
Sophia Fry have returned friu St.
Mrs. J. M. Tennory nnd daughters
Misses Vick nnd Maude left yester-
day afternoon for Mnrlotta to visit
Mrs. Arthur James and dnughters
Misses Thadlo and Edna havo return-
ed from Gainesville where they havo
been visiting relatives.
Hon. Caswell Bennett returned to-
day from St- Ixnils where ho took In
tho national Democratic convention
also tho Louisiana Exposition.
Miss Gertrude Buss who has been
In tho city some tlmo employed at
IOwcnsteln's mlllncry store went to
Wlnfleld Knn. this morning.
T. K. McMlller. J. J." Gallahcr B
S. Montgomery J. F. Fender T. B
Mocro nnd W. Chucnch of White-
wrlght Texas camo up yesterday to
partlclpato In the work of tho Mnsons
who met last night.
Uncle Jchn Martin has returned
much benoflted'Tu health from Mineral
Wells. Ho says that tho country ly
ing between tho Brazos and Fort
Worth Is burned up and that little If
any corn will bo raised In that sec'
tlon. He predicts that n great mini
Uer of those people will move to In
dlnn Territory this fall.
Will resume Music Teaching July 11
for tho season 1904-5.
Piano Pupils Received.
Special attention to Harmony nnd
If you want slippers seo tho big
bargains at Hamilton's cfenriug sale
Carter Avenue Revival.
Tho meeting at tho Carter Avenuo
.Methodist church In southeast Ard'
more still Increases In Interest. Rev
J. C. Sclvnly Is proving himself tho
right man nnd God Is surely using
him to His glory. His preaching Is
of tho old Methodist type. Twenty'
live sculs were In tho altnr last night
seeking the Iord.
Everybody Invited. A grat op
portunity confronts us.
M. D. HILL Pnstor.
Try an ico cream soda at Kahn's
None other so good. ' 10-3
All ChevallerR of Cnnton Ardmore
No. 4 Patriarchs Militant I. O. O. F.
will bo present nt the hall Monday
oyenlng nt 8 o'clock sharp In full unl-
tdrm. Matters of general Importance
o tho Canton will bo brought up.
Applications for membership will bo
a' tort upon and the Pntrl.ticm Mili-
tant ilegreo conferred '.e; every
nitmber ho presont.
WiM. DEVENY. Captain.
You can save almost DO per cent on
shoes at Hamilton's big clearing shoo
At the Jail."
Campbell Gaines was released from
custody this morning having niado
There are now 10C prisoners lu the
I nited States Jail.
r inrKiins at Humll-
ROYAL ARCH MASONS.
Have Interesting Meeting Many Vis.
Itors in Attendance Baiquct.
Ardnmie I'Dapter Royal Ah Ma
nous No. II. met last night wltn many
v'fltors pr Rent. Th VIi. wrlght
dfgreo team was pres'n1 at.il aj tiny
;iro the finest team li Texas their
wcrk was enjoyed Uy rill Tliey -i i
forred the chapter dejr:i upjn W
IL Imlwrly S. A. Wvekit and t: 15
Tho following visitors were In at
teedance from outsl.ie lodges: J J
Gallnher. T. B. Moore T. .K. Mc
Millan R. S. Mailt got.' or. R.tv. Ch.lv
Spragliis. Rer. J. P. K.mler and W.
C. Hvorhenrt composing tho degree
team from Whltewrlght; 15. M. Mcor.
of Pauls Valley fl. W. Holding. .)
A. StoVes. J. c. Pago. II. It. All-e. p
F Hills. II. Wolf Mom Cllglry. i
P. Howell J. A. Slaughter and Tim.
I'nime of Davis; Geo. W. Dudley. V
A. McAlester T. .1 Imim T. I) M.
Llsh O. E. Davenport. II. I Mul
drow Jr.. W. C. Itudislll W. T. Wm.l
and I. E. Godwin of Tishomingo;
Chas. Bohnke of Purcell B. P. Taylor
or l-nmpassns Texas. Her.iinn ('.
Schultr of Duncan Geo. F. Gates. Jno.
HInkle. J. E. Humphrey R. I). Moore.
T. H. Bobbins and J. M. Miller of Ard-
more. Tho following members of the Ard-
more Chapter No. 11 woro In attend-
mice: G. II. Bruce I L. Gault I. It.
Mnson. J. G. Beard F. V. Fisher W.
F. Whlttington J. W. Banks J. S. B.
Apollos J. B. Sprngins W. T. Bogle.
o;AeaRa IcD.e phen shrdlucmfw
A. H. Palmer O. W. Young N. H. Mc-
Coy J. R. Hutchlns. .1 F. llutchlns.
L. R. Mnrston J. W. Hannah J T.
Barnwell. C. C. Welth Henry Bniim
D. DaulTe M. M. Griffith T. S. Booth
R. W. Dick G. W. McMillan. W. G.
Wnllnce O. G. Warren W. F. Warren
W. A. Gilliam C. F. Fraley J. A. Blv-
ens W. F. Bowman W H. Richardson.
W. C. Baker. E. W. Roberts. Sidney
Suggs Frank Butt C. D. Carter and
J. T. Alexander.
After the conferring of tho degrees
upon the now members tho members
and visitors proceeded to file Morgan
hotel where a banquet was spread.
The visitors from Whltewrlght
were entertlaned by Cap. W. F. Whlt
Husbands don't be angry If your
dinner or supper Is not ready. Your
wlfo has been attending Hamilton's
big shoe sale.
Capt. W. F. Bourland Dead.
Win. F. Bourland a noted Chlcka'
saw Indian and familiarly known
throughout tho territory ns "Chicka
saw llllT" died of locomotor ataxia
this morning nt 2 o'clock nt tho Ard-
more snnltnrlum where ho was re-
moved a month ugo for trontmont.
His remains were tnken to tho Brown
& Bridgman undertaking parlors
where they were prepared for burial
The remains will bo taken to the
former homo of tho deceased at
Petersburg for Interment.
Mr. Bourland was fi7 years old and
has held sereral offices of trust
among his people and was at ono time
a member of tho Dawes commission.
Die death removes a prominent mom-
her of llio tribe nnd will bo a matter
of general regret throughout tho ter-
ritory. Best cream In Ardmore Steffcn's
at Kahn's. 13-3
Dr. J. P. Fnnn. dentist. Only first
class work executed. Ofllceo over
Ramsey's drug store. 13-lm
Never fall to stop at Julius Kahn's
nnd drink cue of his fancy drinks. 13-3
White Mountain Ico cream rreezer.i
at reduced price.
BIVENS CORIIN & FRENSLEY.
When you pny for It you want tho
best (ret It at Kahn's confectionery
When tho mercury In the thermome
tcr reaches the dizzy height of 700 n
Quick Meal gasoline rtovo becomes a
necessity. Bivens Cornn & Frensley
. Very Choice Steak.
AltTovers of cholco beef steak
wouhUdo well to call on ClyJo Eraser
at Now Conlral Market. Mr. Eraser
makes a specialty of flno steak. Bo
suro tand see them. 25-lm
.If you use Salicylic Acid In your
preserves you want this superior
grndcWo aro selling. Our ml tells
10 F. J. RAMSEY Druggist.
Bronchltls for Twenty Years.
Mrs. Mlnorva Smith of Danvlllo
111. wrltos: "I had hronehltls for 2o
years nnd nover got roller until I
used Foloy's Honey and Tar which
Is a sure cure. Bonner & Bonner.
We sell only the l-est fruit tr
ii.! .'ill p.pprci late unr dale J
Read This Ad!
It will bo the niCiiUH of briuin you to our
store for some of the many goocl things we are
offering at a great saving in price.
On n tnble in tho center ninle
will be found tho Imlauco of
our lino of Wash Goods.
Values ruiiKe from liiio to
'Jflc. Your choice tho ontiro
lot per yard
Act QuicK Limited Quantity Only
THE GEO. ASH STORE
133 E. Alain Street Ardmore
NATIONAL PARTY CALL
Mannsvii.lk I. T.July 15 190-1.
All voters of the Chickasaw Nation both by blood
and intermarriage resident of Pickens County antl
belonging to the National Party or supporters of tlie
Hon D. II. Johnston for governor are hereby called
to meet in county convention at
OAKLAND I. T.
Monday Evening August 1 1904
To nominate a Legislative and County Ticket for
Pickens County. The Convention will be called; to-
order at 10 o'clock a. m August 2nd. Provisions and.
accommodations will be furnished to all who attend-
Lewis B. Colbert
Chairman PicKens County
W. M. Gwyn
Why not Insure
The Strongest' Old Line Fire Insurance
Noble Building Telephone 380
The Shoe That's!
i style. In eomfurt in rlnUh
and durnbliliy the prime re
MUlalte of the lilplicet i in-
ly of fi otwenr. This is the
kind tlmtiLytin -oils nnd if
you are not already wearing
thetu you don't want to lose
any time In making their ai-
'lualntuiii'e. Oxfords for
Hummer wear i.'l.Bo and up.
Hce our window. OnmeJ In.
RepnlrliiR a Specialty.
All our Straw Hats are now
this yt-ur'8 purchase - not
an old ono in tho house To
close them out quick they aro
divided into l lots as follows:
LOT 1 Values up to
75 cente now 25
LOT 2 Values up to
LOT 3 Values tip to
$2 00 now
R. G. Graham
your dwelling with
& :j ft c 3 Tr o -v -" r-5 r. c &
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