The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 231, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 4, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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EXPENSIVE FIRE WORKS!
Are those produced by the
burning of oue's homo or
Why not let
BRUCE $ BUTT
through their companies pay
for the loss or dituiuge?
The companies can better
afford the loss than you.
Fire Insurance is a neo
cessity. Our Phone 224.
Advertisements under (hla head will
Do received st the rate of Ave tS)
cents per line. No advertisement
received for less than fifteen (15j
cents. Special monthly rates fur-
nished on application. The notice
may contain any matter of "Lost"
"Found" "For Rent" "For Sale"
"Stolon" "Strayed" or any purpose
wittiout display lines.
WANTED A young lady almost an
Invalid desires a home In a private
family with no other boarders. Re-
muneration good. Address Invalid
care Ardmorolto office. 3-2
YOUNG MEN Our Illustrated cata-
logue explains how wo teach barber
trado In short time. Mailed free.
Moler Barber College St. LouIb
FOR SALE Tho only $2 a Cay house
In Wupanucka. Only one oilier ho
tel which Is $1 per day. Good
business town new railroad coming.
Terms reasonable. Address box
21C. Wapanucka 1. T. 3-d3t
FOR SALE At n bargain one second-
hand trap ono second-hand
standhope ono second-hand pneu-
matic tiro speed. E. E. Gulllot.
FOR SALE Cheap a second hand
double seated Burrey almost as
good as new. Sidney Suggs.
FOR RENT A nice suite or ofllco
rooms over Randols store. R. W.
FOR RENT A first-class brick store
"CulluTiig 2CxlOO lC-It celling' large
glass front. R W. Randol. 27-tf
FOR RENT Room -10x1 DO with floor
suitable for grain furniture 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. R I'ugh. 11-tf
FOR RENT A home or ten rKmB 3
balls good water largo barn and
garden. Apply Will Gardner at
Lynn's Bhoe store. ltf
FOR RENT A new three room house.
Apply R. T. Dallas Caddo street.
Joseph B. Wilson of Purcell an-
nounces himself a candldato for rep-
resentative of Pontotoc county on
the McLIsh ticket at the coming elec-
tion August 10.
A GOOD FOUNDATION
and we'll do the rest.
H. P. LONDON
Practical Hatter Cleaner and Dyer
111 North Washington. Phono 13G.
Ladles' Work a Specialty.
W. C. T. U. Program.
The following program will be giv-
en by the W. C. T. U. Convention in
the First Presbyterian church thla
evening at S:10 o'clock:
Music MIeh Berta Nlblack.
Addresses of welcome five minutes
-For the city Hon. R. W. Dick.
For the churches Rev. C. C. Welth.
For the Voting Baptist Societies
Miss Daisy Nichols.
For the sehools Professor Buck.
Music Violin boIo selected At
For the press Col. Sidney Suggs.
For the local W. C T. V Mrs. F.
For the District W C. T. U. Mrs
J. A. Madden.
Quartette Ladies of the Leaf.
Mrs. Liura E. Hnrsbn Torrltory
Mrs. Lucy Sbands president Ada
W. C. T. TJ.
Mrs. J. H. Profflt Wynnewood W.
C. T. U.
Mrs. Lucy Belle Davis president
.Muskogee W. C. T. U.
Benediction Rev. Goddnrd.
Reception 10 to 11 at church.
Tho people of Ardmore nre cordial
ly Invited to attend tho meeting.
Mrs. Nannie Curtla. state lecturer
of Texas will 6peak in the church o
Friday evening August fi. at 8:15.
Mrs. Curtis Is one of the most pow-
erful women who ever appeared on
n speaker's platform in this el'y.
Mrs R. O. Wheeler of Ada Is In the
J. R. Holland of Marietta Is In the
J. E. Humphrey has returned from
Eugene Wolverton Is hero from
TTev. W. A. Shelton of Marietta Is
In tho city. '
D. E. Booker left yesterday for Ft.
Worth Texas. '
Mrs. M. P. Robcrson of Wapanucka i
is In the city.
Col. Bill Everheart is In flic city
G. A. Lemmong of Joplln Mo. was
In the city yesterday. 1
Yesterday morning at !) i" mlmk
at the home of the bilde's parents in
Tishomingo. Mr ij. Cutih Smith and
Miss Klenlne Chnpman were united
in marriage by Juuge R L. lloyd
Only a few friends of the lontrait-
lug parties were present namely.
Misses Tomtnle Harris. Rewina By-
num Berile Smith Lucy Bynum. Ida
Wolf and Bensle Burrlss M.-r. W.
11. Byrd Wm. CflMlty and Wm Bovo
win. The wedding march wa played
by Mrs. J. S. Mayfibby. After the
wedding ceremony the party drove
around TUbomlngo until 12 o'clock
I when they boarded the train for Ard
rrcro and spent yotlerdny aftrrtioon
and last night In the city. The bndo
'an'tT gTOom left today for Marietta
whero thoy will make their future
' The lirlile In tnp lioniitlfnl nnd n.
in the city yesteruny. I ....K M
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10 per cent off
LYNN THE SHOE MAN
3 The $.CH) Shoes jro at a
A M.. Ll M LM - .. . ..
J IIV H' num'S L'O ill ...
mi. . t. ... .
i iu ..)u onoes jo at 52 25
Cuinvspoiullnj' retimtions nuule on nil Summer
Footwear. Come in and see our extraordinary
In the city yesterday.
J. G. Cooper wife and child
of St. LouIb are In the city.
Frank Vincent. Jr. of Hutchinson
Kan was In the city yesterday. I
Phil Rodenburg and J. H. Bennett
of St. Louis are in tho the city.
J. M. Addle formerly of this place
now of Tishomingo wag In tho city on
H Moses and son Le Roy left today
for St. lxiuls Chicago New York and
I'hlladelphla. They will remain in the
mnrkets thirty days.
Misses Josephine Aldington and
Victoria Wootcn have returned to
their home nt AdUlngton after a vis-
It with friends In the city.
Mrs. J. R. Pulllam and C. O Bunn
left yesterday for Kansas City to at-
tend the funeral of Mrs. Pulliam's
brother. f George Vineyard.
Charles Byers of the townslte com-
mission left this afternoon for an In-
land trip to servo notices of appraise-
ment on all towns west of here.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Iyovo and chil-
dren and Mrs. T. A. Thurmond lctt
j.esterduy afternoon over tho F.-iico for
St Louis and the Wnuachu Lakes In
Miss Lillian Lowensteln has returned
from St. lxiuls and other Northern
cities where for tho past month she
has been visiting nnd enjoying a
Mrs. Don Ijicy and fliild has return-
ed from St. luls whero they hnvo
been for some time. They were ac-
companied home by Mrs. T. L. Glad-
ney and daughter Miss Pauline of
Gainesville Texas who will remain
in the city for a few days.
A. T. Chapman nnd has lung bct: a
favorite amonst society folk not . ni
in her own town but in the ( "hi . la..iu
Nttllon and Mr. Smith ha ho-m uu
unliable companion to fhare his for
tune of life.
The groom is a pronilmnt y. ung
man and Iihs many fi lends umong
Ardmore people who glvo the young
couple many wishes for a long and
G. W. Ussery nnd wife who have
been 111 for the past few
ported much Improved.
days are re-
Dr. nnd -Mrs. H. A. Hlgglns of Glenn
were lu Mm city today on business
Dr. Hlgglns says tho prospects for a
j;ood crop are very flattering around
Glenn and that they have had lots of
If you wish to make a loan on Im-
proved j real estate lo-v rate long
term with privilege to pay write the
American investment company Ato-
ka I. T. or Fee- W. S. Wolverton &
Son. 14 lm
J. M. Gray was released from Jail
having made bond.
C. W. Henlsil was released on a
OIL SMINGS I. T
August 4th and 5th
Amcnf' the many entertainments will bo Indian Ball Games
by Mississippi Choctaw Indians Dancing Platform Speak-
ing by prominent orators including Hon. II. M. Purtnan
II. II. Brown. A C. Cruce and Sidney Suggs. Everybody
has a cordial invitation to bo present.
Stand privileges will be sold August 1st.
John Hutches8 W' R Rachfrd
Prints All the NEWS All the Time:
Mrs. D. E. Allen is still reported
Spraglns & Co. will furnish you
all tbe fruit Jars you need. They are
Mason's and the best. 15d&w
t4 n r n TnneAPlaltltc
Mllner & Ellott the up-to-date bar-
bcrs are prepared to furnish ci trie (
batbB electric massages bhowcr and
tub baths. Expert barbers courteous
attention has built tb&n up a larg.
trade. Call on them next depor to Cold
1 have moved my stock of pianos
organs and other musical instruments
to the first door east of A. C. Young's
furniture store. Tho location Is bet-
ter my stock is being Increased and
I am better prepared than ever to
sell you gowl rellablo goods for small
jnr.ney and on easy terms.
4-6d-wL E. B. LUKE.
The Fort Worth team which Is the
leading team of the Texas league
will be here for two exhibition gameu
on Friday and Saturday. The& games
will without doubt be the best ones
of tho season.
A subscription list Is being circu-
lated today to maint.iin the Ardmore
team for six weeks longer nnd it Is
to Do hoped Uiat tho business men
will subscrTTST liberally ns our ball
tcairi has proven the best advertise-
John Irby is no better toony and i Inont Ardmoro has had this year
Ie In fact very low. Selb'' tho rer Paris pitcher.
.who was here with South McAlester.
Born to Mr . and Mrs. Charles
Thomas on West Main street a
flno baby boy.
R. Wood is reported serl
Will resume Music Teaching July 11
for the season 1904-G.
Piano Pupils Received.
Special atu&tlon to Harmony
has been secured also Hamilton who
has been pitching foi Paris. These
two added to Ardraore's present
twirling staff should make Ardmore
the strongest amateur team in the
Harris will pitch tomorrow's game
and for Ardmore and Hnmilton who will
arrive tonight will be used Saturday
White Mountain Icq cream freezers
at reduced price. 1
BIVENS CORHN & FRENSLEY.
The Quick Meal rnngo Is tho hand-
somest stovo In America. Uso either
wood or coal for fuel. Noble Bros
Dr. C. N. Wood will leave for dental
college September 1. Thoso desiring
dental work done by him call at his
otflco In Wheeler building before the
dato of his departure. 2-tf
The famous Greenland refrlgorator
stnnds at the head of tho list as be-
ing tho best. Noble Bros nre selling
them at cost.
For low rates to the World's -Fair
via tho Texas and and Pacific railway
ask any ticket agent or write E- P-
Turner general passenger agent Dal-
Look to Your Health.
The president of the board of health
tells us that the town Is full of muJ
puddles and that the weeds should
bo cut right away as tho wet hot
weather is coming on and they will
not Instead of drying up as they did
when It was dry. He says the town
needs a thorough cleansing ami begs
the assistance of tho people of Ard-
ruirc in this work.
Attention K. of P's.
Regular convention tonight Appli-
cations to be considered. Full attend-
W. T. SALISBURY. C. C.
FRANK BERRYHILL. K.of R. & S.
Tho Easiest way to ma
to save it. The surest w
is to trado here.
We have everything in
mako monoy is
ay to save it
TVthinir in Drv ClnnAa
Ladies and Cents Furnishings at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
This week we are olleringan Extra
Special in MN.S pAST$
16.00 Fancy Worsted ami Oas-
slinere Pants for
13 50 Fancy Worntod nnd Cas-
flrnore Pants for
53.00 Worsted and
60 Worsted OaBalraero nnd
F annol Punts for
Lot of uhoaper Pants at Vory Ldw Prices.
All our Summer Suits
At Lets than Factory Cost
Tf GEO. ASH STORE
Lowest Price Cash Store
HANDSOME WALL PAPER
DRUGGIST T. N. COLEMAN DRUGGIST
Grandma Hoffmann Dead.
Mrs; Johanna Hoffmann wife of
John Hcffmann Sr. aged OS years
dlod yesterday at 5:07 o'clock p. m.
at her home C19 West Main street.
Her deafh was caused from a fall
she received In Indiana where she
stepped on n banana peeling and fell
breaking her hip. Sho returned homo
nnd has been In bel about four weeks.
Inflammatkn set In a short time ago
causing licr deaTti.
Tho funeral services were held at
the First Presbyterian church today
at 4 o'clock Rev. C. C. Welth officiat-
ing. The remains were Interred at Rose
Hill cemetery' this afternoon.
I Hon. J. E. Humphrey hns received
nn invltntion from the Chlckasba
(Bar Association to attend tho recep
lion to be tendered Hon. J. T. Dick
(orson at that placo tonight by that
A really bright woman can mnko a
n an think that she Is a good bread-
maker by Just treating him to eara
inula and telling him that she's po
fond of cooking.
' Strayed Into Caddo wagon yard
Monday night ono Lay horse branded
WC with bar over letters on left
shoulder. Owner cau find same at
The mudholc cn North Washington
street Just north' of the railroad trnck
is hardly a sulTttblo thing on so pretty
a street nnd somo cteps should bo
taken to fix It. Evory time ft rains
tils mudhole t. in evldenco and as It
rains quite often lately It has become J
a permanorit nuisance.
Rev. J. R. Masters will fill tbo pul
pit at the FIrht Baptist church Sun
day a 11 o'clock and Sunday night
and as the cllurcli expects to call a
pastor at the 4 o'clock conference all
of the-members aro specially request-
ed to bo present. DEACONS.
Tho Ardmoro Dry Goods company's
tliuo Is closed today whllo tho com-
pan Is takln Inventory preparatory
tc r.'nclng W O. Dlotzlor in as mana-
KC-r to Buciruu Jonn Boar I. Tho
aimpHny Ko).h? to finish In tloie to
open their 'orrs and rosume b itfnoss
Whon tho mercury In tho thermome
tor reaches tho dizzy height cf 100 a
Quick Meal gasolino etovo becomes a
necessity. Bivens Cortn & Frenslcv
Hay Ties. Hay Ties.
Wo win moot anybody's prices on
hay tios. NOtLB BROS
SubEcrlbo for the Ardmorolto.
1 We carry a full line of thr I'r'
I -......!.. lfn1lnn 1 . w 1
Mitchell wagon. Call and v 1
BIVENS. CORHN & FRENI LY
W. M. Gwyn r. g. Graham
Why not insure your dwelling with
The Strongest Old Line Fire Insurance
Noble Building Telephone 380
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