The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 228, Ed. 1, Monday, August 1, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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EXPENSIVE FIRE WORKS!
Aro those produced by tho
o.irninr of oue's home or
Why not lot
BRUCE $ BUTT
through their companies pny
for tho loss or damage?
The companies can bettor
afford tho los than you.
Fire Insurance is a nee-
cessity. Our Phono
Advertlseinenu under this head will
Do received t the rate of nve (5)
cents per line. No advertisement Hon August 10.
received for less than Alteon (10)
cents. Special monthly rates fur-
nished on application. Tho notice
may contain any matter of "Lot"
"Found" "For Item" "For Sale"
"Stolen" "Strayed" or any purpose
without display linos.
Joseph 11 Wilson of Purcell an-
nounces himself a candldato for rep-
resentative of Pontotoc county on
the McLlsh ticket at tho coming eloc-
WANTED Two good dry goods
clothing and shoo salesmen. Apj.iy
Cincinnati Hacket Store. Si 3
A GOOD FOUNDATION
and we'll do tho rest.
H. P. LONDON
Practical Hatter Cleaner and Dyer
111 North Washington. Phone 135.
Ladles' Work a Specialty.
SCHOOL BOARD SESSION.
Accept Resignations and Select New
Teachers Schools Open Sept. 2.
The public school board met Sat-
YOUNG MUN Our Illustrated cata- nrday afternoon In business session
Ioguo explains how wo teach barber
trado In short time. Mailed free.
Moler Barber College St. LouIb
FOifs XL&At a bargain ono soconti-
hand trap ono second-hand
standhope ono second-hand pneu-
matic tiro speed. E. E. Gulllot.
FOR SALE At halt pric 225 feet
yard fencing. Apply T. Y Morgan
FOR SALE Cheap n second hand
double seated surrey almost as
good as new. Sidney Suggs.
FOR SALE One 20-borsepower side-
crank Houston Stanwood & Gam-
ble engine. Positively good as
new. Also one laige double-door
Cary sale. Easy payments or
cheap for cacii. Apply or write M.
Zuckerman at Cold Storage. 3-lm
FOR RENT Four-room dwelling 308
A street northeast. Apply on
FOR RENT A nice suite of office
rooms over Randols store. R. W.
FOR RENT A first-class brick store
THnluHig 20x100 lG-ft .celling large
glass front R W. Randol. 27-tf
The resignatlonsi of Miss Myrtle Hart-
ley and Mrs. Rawles Anderson were
accepted and Miss Virginia Dulln of
Sherman and Miss llesslo Hartford of
Waco were elected to take their
places. Mrs. Mary Nesbltt was elect
ed us supply teacher. This gives the
public schools of Ardmoro twenty-five
white teachers and a superintendent
and four colored teachers and this
number may be Increased.
The teachers have been placed sub'
ject to change without the placing of
the teachers being made public or
themselves being notified of iTle place
they will hold.
Tho board decided to start the
schools on the second Monday of
September this being tho 12th day of
September and hope to run the
schcol eight months or until May 12
Moore room Is needed In the Third
ward building to take care of the
children of that ward and also the
high school. The basement of the
high school building should ue pro
pared fcr school purposes and two
more teachers employed to tflke care
of the pupils. Ono more teacher Is
also needed In tho First ward.
The board has arranged things In
nice working order and hope to run
smoothly to the end of the school
year which they will no doubt be
able to ilo with the assistance of so
intelligent a body of teachers as they
have for the next term of scnool
FOR RENT Room 40xlDO with floor
suitable for grain furnlturo or any-
thing else. All or part to rent. Ap-
ply to R. L. Marston. 24-lm
FOR RENT Four-room house newly
papered. E. B. Pugh. 11-tf
FOR RENT A homo or ten rooms 3
halla good water largo barn and
garden. Apply Will Gardner at
Lynn's shoo store. ltf
FOR RENT A new three room boiiEe.
Apply R. T. Dallas Caddo street.
M liner &. Ellott tho up-to-date har-
bors ate prepared to furnish Ciftrlc
baths electric massages shower and
tub baths. Expert barbers courteous
attention has built them up n larjv
trade. Call on them next dcp)r 10 Cold
The meeting of the Woman's Guild
of St. Philip's church will be held at
the rectory Tuesday afternoon at
o'clock. MRS. J. W. GOIJJ2DGE
Will resumo Music Teaching July 11
for the season 1004-5.
Piano Pupils Received.
Special attention to Harmony
O. Bates has erected a cold drink
stand on West Main street. He will
sell cold drinks cigars and tobacco
and later on proposes to put In a con-
We carry a full line of tho Hcht
running Mollne ond tho celebrated
Mitchell wagons. Call and get our
niVENS. CORHN & FRENSLEY.
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of Uio
Central "Baptist church will meet at;
Ihe church Tuesday evening at 0 A Campalgn P(lw.Wow
ollock. Every member Ts urged to A meoln(; of CillcaBaw Indians
attend and bring dues and money ' r(1nK. i. u .r in the in-
pledges. MRS. W. E. RYAN Pres.
The fnmous Greenland refrigerator
stands at the head of tho list as be-
ing tho best. Noblo Bros arc selling
them at cost.
Just a few more Ice cream frecrers
and water coolers at cost.
BIVENS CORHN & FRENSLEY.
terest of Hon. Rlenard McUsh's cam
paign for governor. There was n
largo attendance present. As tho dnto
of tho olectlon draws nigh a lively In-
terest become manifest among all
parties. Plans for tho further con-
duct cf the campaign were made we
learn which will bo pushed for a
HANDSOME WALL PAPER
C. E Roger of Davis was here yes
L. E. Walker Is In the city from
Elmer Walker Is In tho city from
James II. Johnson of Poteau Is In
E T. King of Paoll was In tho city
D. P. Smith of Chlcknsha was here
J. J. fTickey of Woodford was here
Will Milnehelmer Is In the city
Chillon Riley mm hero yesterday
Deputy Jim Bridget Is In the city
J. T. Adams of Wynnewood wns In
the city yesterday.
Mart Miller of Tishomingo wm in
the city yosterday.
Nick MIckel of Tishomingo was In
the city yesterday.
Frank S. Gates of Pauls Valley wan
In tho city yosterday.
G G. Guthrey Mas In the city yes
terday from Wynncwood.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mulkey nnd son
M-ere In the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Wall More In tho
city yesterday from Sulphur.
J. C. Washington and J. C. Smith
are In the city from Marietta
Jack Sawyer left today for Manns-
vllle In the Interest of his Arm.
A. F. House and F. C. Roblck of
.Muskogee were In the city yesterday.
Miss Ruth Pipes of Louisiana in In
the city tho guost of Mrs. B. A. Simpson.
V. L. Estes a representative of tho
Frisco railroad was In the city yes-
terday. Mrs. Ed Cheney left yesterday for
Healdton to spend a feM- days with
Miss Puckett of Merencle. Ariz. Is
visiting her sister Mrs. D. Morris 510
Mrs. R. B. Blair and Miss Emma
Slapps Mere In the city yestorday
Albert Rennle Victor Suggs E. M
Moore and W. B. Brooks are In the
city from Pauls Valley.
F. M. Fox went to Tishomingo this
afternoon on legal business pertain
Ing to tho land oltlco.
W. II. Rltchoy. H. G. House T. M
iiantioipn anu w. li. Ritchey wero
here yesterday from Marietta.
J. B. Troy of Oklahoma City was
hero yesterday in the Interest of the
Remington typewriter people.
Joe BuITa and J. L. Terrell wero In
the city yesterday from Pauls Valley
looking nfter their land interests.
Jim Framo has returned from St.
Louis. Ho stoppedat Sulphur on his
way home and spent several days
Mrs. W. S. Crocket and son left
this afternoon for their old Homo In
Virginia where they will spend ti.
Richard Frederick and James Wil
liams who have been visiting rela
tlves here left Sunday coining for
Manford Baum who h'as been In the
city for some time visiting Ills par
ents and friends returned to his home
at Shawnee this morning.
Miss Lllla Walker who has been In
the city for several days the guost
of Miss Lucy Head returned to hor
home at Durant this morning.
w. n. jxjwis formerly of Nocona
Texas has accepted a position In W
B. Framo's drug store and will move
his family hero In n short time.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. S. Morris returned
to their home In Mullhall Ok. this
morning. Mr. Morris has been bailiff
at tho courthouso for somo tlmo.
Henry Dick formerly In the tailor
Ing business nt Joplln Mo. Is hero
and has established a tailoring bust
nesR In the city on West Main street
ur. c. M. .Morris returned yester
iRly from St. luls where he has been
sojourning since June 1 tnklng In tho
fair and taking special work In electro
Joe M. London has accepted n sltua
tlon wltTi tho Fort Worth Record as
superintendent of circulation In In
dlan Territory nnd Oklahoma samo
taking effect today..
J. P. Ixsvlno of tho Baltimore Rack
et Store left yesterday for St. Louis
and other Eastorn markets whero ho
will lay In n largo stock of goods for
'he fall trade.
H. T. Klrby has returned from Col-
orado whoro ho and Mrs. Klrby have
been fcr somo tlmo for the bonoflt of
Mrs. Klrby's health. He says she Is
much Improved but will remain thoro
for some time.
South MAU-Mr mid Ardlnore thi-
afteruoon tiegau a thiee-gume scrlec
at I ho Chirkasnw park. There should
be a good attendance at all the gnmex
which Mill bo hard fought ones. The
llno-up of the visiting team has tieoii
almost entirely changed sluce Its last
nppoarance here and the amjregntkn
of "rag chewen" has been replaced
by good ball players. Moulders will
occupy the box this afternoon for
Anlmorc and If he ran pitch as steady
ball as he did against Durant should
be termed a winner. Cy Mulkoy will
Tikely pitch for South McAlwtor.
Owing to poor health Sam Savage
Mho has teen playing at second all
season for the local team has gone
to Marlln Texas. An effort Is bi lng
mode to secure Blair of Tlxhoiningn
to re)ls' him. If Blair can in ( Ik
secured White will be brought In
from the outflelJ to cover ttoion! an I
a nw outfielder secured
Owing to an Injured im Nllul-
may be unable to pltiti for several
days. Efforts are helm: nmdr in si I
cure n good twlrler who hn-- appear
od here this season against Ardmorc. 1
nlso a pitcher now playing m the
Texas league one or both of whom
will be secured to play out the season
with the local team.
Mclver tho former moinber of the
local team is certainly making good
at Dallas. He haa been playing nice
ball In the outfield' there nnd was yes-
torday used In the box against Corsi-
cana. He let that team down with
only six hits and secured an easy victory.
Ragsdalo has certainly done some
great batting for the loenl team this
season. In Friday's game he secured
a single a double nnd a nome run
out of four trips to tUo plate.
The Ada team Is now on a tour of
the Crook and Cherokeo nations play
ing tho best teams of that section
They were defeated by Sapulpa yes
terday 5 to 3.
Tho Howe (Texas) team has been
secured for three games here on the
10th 11th and 12th.
South McAlester dofeated Fort
Smith at tho latter place Saturday
score 15 to 4. Yesterday at South
McAlester South McAlester defeated
Hartford (Ark.) 15 to 0.
Iehlgh defeated Durant yesterday
by a score of 1 to 0.
10 per cent offg:
lL-cu Footwear Kfi
Tlif .' i'O Shoos fja at
I lie T'H Shoes e at
Tin' Shoos u iit
'i f-j.niulltiL' iviluctiKns niiuli' on nil Si.imnor
I o".Mar tome in ami soo our oxlraordmary
s iiuiiii r bargains
LYNN THE SHOE MAN
S3 15 uL
T. N. COLEMAN DRUGGIST
OIL Sr KINGS I. T.
August 4th and 5th
Anion?' tho many ontortaimcents will bo Indian Hall Games
by Mississippi Choctaw Indians Dancing Platform Speak-
ing by prominent orators including Hon. II. M. Punnan.
II. H. Hrown. A. C. Cruco and Sidney Suggs. Everybody
has a cordial invitation to bo present.
Stand privileges will be sold August 1st.
Prints All the NEWS All the Time.
Miss Lillian Collins Is moving her
Mock of millinery goods Into the C
M. Cnmphell huildlnR. east of A. C
YcunK's furnlturo store. S. C. Davis
will occupy the hulldlng mnde vacant
by Mfss Collins moving hlB tailoring
establishment from Washington
E. B. Luke will also occupy the
Campbell building jointly with Miss
Daughters of Confederacy.
Chlcknsaw Chapter U. I). C. will
meet at Mrs. T. Y. Morgan's on Wed-
nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock im-
portant business to be transacted and
every member should be present.
MRS. T. Y. MORGAN' Pres.
MUS. W. T. NIXON Sec.
The Easiest way to make motioy is
to save It Tho surest way to save it
is to trado hore.
Wo have everything in Dry Good's.
Ladies and (Jonts Furnishings at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
This week we are offering an. Extra
Special in pANTS
$5.00 Fancy Worsted and Cap
Biniere I'auts for. ...
$3.60 Fancy Worstotl nnd Cas
flmere I'atits for
5:1.00 Worsted and Oasslmero
$2 CO Worsted Oaeslmcro and
Fmnnel Pants for
Lot of cheaper Pants nt Very Low Prlcus.
All oar Summer Sultr
At Less than Factory Cost
TLe GEO. ASH STORE
Lowest Price Cash Store
W. M. Gwyn
R. G. Graham.
Why not insure your dwelling with
K. 11. Hefllngton of Mill Creek and
Miss Lllllo Spencer of Dougherty wero
married yosterday afternoon at tho
home of C. H. McCoy. Tho wedding
was a quiet one there being only a
few friends of the contracting parties '
In attendance. I
Tho groom Is a ptosperous cattle-
man and Is woll fixed In this world's
goods besides Having many friends. I
Tho bride Is a charming lady and I
makes friends of all who meet her '
They will make Mill Creek their fu
Lon Utley Is suffering from a badly
tiiralnixl wrist. Yestorday ho wafi
driving somo cows and one tried to
break away and when ho started af-
ter ir his saddle turned throwing h.
to the ground and left wrist. I
The Strongest Old Line Fire Insurance
Noble Building Telephone 380
Judge A. II. Itw is vory 111 with
erysipelas caused by an Injury ro-
coivud ten days ago.
Mrs. John Hoffman wno lias boon
very ill for some tlmo was reported
some better this morning.
W. 1. Smith has resigned his posi-
tion as union baggage master at the
position with Wosfhelmor & Dan bo as
coitiui weigher at the Natloual yard
this fall and winter.
ThoH. 13. Uarp or Unum was In tht
depot and accepted a more lucrative
The radios' Aid Society of tho First
Iiaptlst chinch will raoet Twwday nf
tarnoon at tho homo of Mr. and Mr-
V. D. Taliaferro on North Washlnston
street Tho member are retjucsii'i
to ttend. MISS DAISY NICHOLS.
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