The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 232, Ed. 1, Friday, August 5, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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Advertisements under this head will
tie received at the rate of nve (6)
cents per lino. No advertisement
received for less than fifteen (IS)
cents Special monthly rates fur
nlshed on application. Tho notice
may contain any matter of "Ist"
"Found" "For Rent" "For Sale"
"Stolen" "Strayed" or any purpose
without display linos.
WANTED Tishomingo hotel wants a
good cook wnlto lady preferred or
man and wife no "children. Com-
mence Sept. 1. For information
nddross box -iOf Tishomingo I.
WANTED A young lady nlinost an
Invalid desires n home In a private
family with no other boarders. Re-
muneration good. Address Invalid
care Ardmorelte oillce. i 3-2
YOUNG MEN Our Illustrated cata-
logue explains how wo teach barber
trade In short time. Mailed free.
Moler Barber College St. Louis
FOR SALE Two very fine Poland
Oiina hoes. AVI 1 take cash or
cord wood. P. A. Netlson at oil
FOR SA1JS The only $2 a Cay house
in Wnpanucka. Only ono other ho
tel which is $1 per day. Good
business town new railroad coming.
Terms reasonable. Address box
216 Wapanucka I. T. 3-d3t
FOR SALE At a bargain one second
hand trap ono second-hand
standhope ono second-hand pneu
mntlc tiro speed. E. E. Gulllot.
FOR SALE Cheap n second hand
double seated surrey almost as
good as new. Sidney Suggs.
FOR RENT?" A four-room houso on
West Main. Robt. E. Lee. 5-Ct
FOR. RENT A nlco suite of office
rooms over Randols store. R. W.
FOR RENT A first-dasB brick store
"BulluTug 20x100 lC-ftcelling largo
class front R W. Randol. 27-tf
FOR RENT Room 40x1 DO with floor
suitable for grain furniture or any
thing else. All or part to' rent. Ap
nly to R. L. Marston. 24-lm
FOR RENT Four-room house newly
papered. E. B. Pugh. 11-tf
FOR RENT A home or ten rooms 3
halls good water large barn and
garden. Apply Will Gardner at
Lynn's shoo store. ltf
FOR RENT A new three room house.
Apply R. T. Dallas Caddo street
Milner & Ellott tho up-to-dato har-
bors aie prepared to furnish cintric
baths electric massages shower and
tub baths. Expert barbers courteous
attention has built them up n larp
trade. Call on them next door io Cold '
Spraglns & Co. will furnish you
all the fruit Jars you need. They are
Mason's and the host. 15d&w
Hay Ties. Hay Ties.
We win meet anybody's prices on
hay ties. NOBLE BROS.
DilUCOIST T. N. COLEMAN DRUGGIST
Vm-'H--M- 4 f
EXPENSIVE FIRE WORKS!
Are those produced by the
ourning of one's homo or
Why not let
BRUCE $ BUTT
through their companies pay
for the loss or damage?
The companies can better
afford tho loss than you.
Fire Insurance is a nee-
cessity. Our Phone 224.
Joseph 11. Wilson of I'urccll an-
nounces himself a candidato for rep-
resentative of Pontotoc county on
the Mcl.lsh ticket at the coming elec-
tion August 10.
A GOOD FOUNDATION
and we'll do the rest.
H. P. LONDON
Practical Hatter Clenncr and Dyer
111 North Washington. Phone 135.
Ladles' Work a Specialty.
LEAGUE BALL HERE.
Ardmore to Fill Paris'i Dates In North
Texas League Circuit.
Arrangements have been made with
the directors of the Nortn Texas
League for Ardmoro to fill tho dates
of the Paris team which has gone
to the bad. The local team will not
bo a member' "of the league but will
be used only as aCove stated to play
exhibition games Instead of the ri'g
ular games scheduled for the Parle
Tho local team is being strengthen
ed nnd Fort Worth Dallas and Corsl-
caua will not have such an easy time
with the Ard'more team as was 'ex
perieneed with the Pnris aggregation.
Pitcher Hamilton kind Dugan who
has been playtrg short for 'Paris ar
rived today (o join Ardmore and Set
by win report tomorrow or Sunday.
Baske Ball Club.
All members of the Basket Ball
Club will please meet at the basket
ball grounds Saturday evening at
o'clock. Come prepared fo play ball
FAY BURN ITT Pres.
t Jail Notes.
Tom Parker and Horarr- ephens
were placed In Jail this morning
charged with larceny.
There arc now US prisoners in tho
For low rates to tho World's Fair
via tho Texas nnd and Pacific railway.
ask any ticket agent or write E. P.
Turner genoral passenger agent Dal:
1 have moved my stock of pianos
organs and other musical instruments
to the first door east of A. C. Young's
furniture store. The location is bet
ter my stock is being Increased and
1 am belter prepared than ever to
sell you good reliable goods for small
money and on easy terms.
4-Cd-w4. E. B. LUKE.
Strayed Into Caddo wagon ynrd
Monday night ono bay horse branded
WC with bar over letters on left
shoulder. Owner can find same at
Tho Downnrd Asphalt company'
now roller has come and tho baseball
park was'rolled with it today putting
It In fine shnpo so that It will bo as
fist a diamond as fan bo found
the South. Tli" re'ler was ordered
by Mr. Downard for use on tho
itreeU' in putting Juwn the tsphult
nnd r.o kind' lor.t It ti the .).ucbali
M. F. Kinney of near Overbrook
who iformerly lived in this city sent
to tho Ardmorelte ofllco today some
of the flnestgnnd largest tomatoes wo
have seen this season. One of the
number measured 13 a4 Inches In cir-
cumference. White Mountnin Ico cream rreezers
at roduced price.
BIVENS CORHN & FRENSLEY.
T A .!"-..
4- 4- f 4- 4- -J-
1 M. Hamsher of Guthrie. Is In tho
Jlnr Hannah of Overbrook Is in tho
Geo. I. Jordan is here from Wynne-
J. T. Blanton of .Pauls. Vnlloy Is In
T. E. Watson of Hntloyvlllc Is in
W. M. Caraway Is in the city from
J. Davidson Is In the city from
W. C. Bakor vent to Berwyn today
W. R. Hurnltt went north today on
the Santa Fe.
J. W. Moore of Lampasas Texas
is In tho city.
A. F. Pyeatt of Paul Valley -spent
yesterday In Vhe city.
W. 71. Walker nnd family nro Jn tho
city from Ilnlleyvllle.
T. 1. Httlnner and wife are in tho
city from Pauls Valley.
Jim McGlasson nnd wife of Hoxbnr
are In the city shopping.
W. 1 Hanson of Oklahoma City
was in the city yesterday.
Sam Daubo loft yesterday for New
York to buy his fall stock of'goods.
J. C. Anderson n representative of
tho Santa Fe railroad. h In tho city.
Mrs. Burnltt of Dallas Is In tlie city
vISTtlng with her win W. R. Burnltt
Miss Mallcy Kendall has returned
from Gainesville where she hns been
for ionic time.
Mrs. Jnck Dougherty Is In the city
from Cleburne Texas the guest of
her mother Mrs. B. F. Cox.
J. B. White went to Berwyn" today
In connection with business pertnln-
Ing to the bank at that place.
Miss Salllo Robert3 accompanied
by Willie anil Mnry Roberts is visit
ing with her sister Mrs. W. Tl. Smith
Misses Maggie Moore and Olyvo
Ross of Durnnt who have been In .the
city for some time the guests of Miss
Lucy Head returned to their home to
Prof. J J.. Scarborough of Marietta
was In tho city todny on business
Foster Hnrdeman and Miss Bertie
Hardeman felt this nfternoon for Ar
kansas to vfsll relatives.
Mrs. Doughty and dnughter of Alva
Ok. nro hero visiting their son and
brother. W. E. Doughty and family
corner Fourth avenuo and B street
northwiest. Mrs. Ross also from
Alva Ok. Is visiting her sister Mrs
"A. J. Jones and wife havo returned
from their vls.lt to Arkansas. Mr
Jones says if anyone is dissatisfied
with their present condition In the
Chickasaw Nation ho advises they
take a trip to Arkansas he Is satis
fied what the result would be. He
nnd his better half bad a very pleas
Rev. T. G. Whltton and wife; and
Miss Norma and Carlisle iWhitten
havo returned homo from St. IjouIs
Mrs. Whltten and Miss Norma have
been visiting relatives In Mayfield
Ky. and went from there to St. Iuls
where th'ey were Joined by Mr. Whlt
ten (.and Carlisle all returning homo
Together. Miss Norma has Just finish
cd a special course at Vauderbilt col
lege and will assist In tho music as
well as tho literary department of
Hnrgrove college beginning In Sop
R. M. Nimocks of Forest City Ark.
Is in the city. Mr. jNlmocks is presi
dent of tfio Ardmoro Dry Goods com'
pany and is hero to orgnnizo mo
work of tSMng an Inventory of his
ccmpany's stock preparatory to In
stalling W. G. DIetzIer as manager.
Mr. Mlnocks Is a wealthy wholesale
merchant ami Is greatly pleased with
Ardmore. Ho said today that ho ex
pected to mnke furtlfer investments In
Ardmoro and would nrrango his bust
ness to spend a portion of his time In
the territory metropolis.
Will resumo Music Toaching July 11
for the Beason 1904-5.
Piano Pupils Received.
Special attention to Harmony and
J. T. Ferguson assistant city ongl
neer of tho city of Memphis Tenn.
who has beei visiting with his sister.
Mrs. H. T. Roynolds at Comanche I
T.. was here today en route homo. Mr.
Ferguson was tnken In chargo by Jo
F. Roblson and enjoyod slght-seolng
In Ardmore.- He exprossed himself
ns being completely ertpturod by tho
com'moixiJnl lmiortnnce and beautiful
bulKTings of the city. Ho departed
on 0o Choctaw this afternoon for
Tho famous Greonland refrigerator
stands at the hoad of tho list as bo-
Ing the best. Noblo Bros are selling
them at cost.
W. C. T. U. WORK.
Second Annual Convention of the
Fourth District W. C. T. U.
Tho district convention of the W.
C. T. U. was called to order at tho
First Presbyterian church yesterday
afternoon at 3 o'clock by the presi-
dent Mrs. S. S. Cnrr of Ardmore for
n short burtneis session. After roll
cnll by tho district secretary Mrs. O.
A. Allon of Wyunewood tho unions
fif TlRhomlnwt. Ilnvln nni! Frnni'Is.
which have been organized bIuco tho
district convention at Wynnewood last
year were added to the roll. The
chair then made tho following ap-
pointments: Committee on crodentlal Mrs. J.
H. Promt Wynnewood; Mm. K. M.
Goff and Mr. J. A. Blvens of Ard-
more. Committee on courtenles Mrs. No-
ble Mrs. J. A. Fielder and Mrs. Leo
Cathey all of Ardmoro.
Committee on resolution Mm. J.
A. Blvens aud Mrs. Hester Wolverton
of A'rdmore. and Mrs. J. II. Profllt of
Executive committee Mm. Allco
Curtis Mrs. l.ee Cnthey and Mm. K.
M. Goff all of Ardmore.
Tho convention then went into exe
cutive session after which anjourn
men wns taken until tho reception
session last night.
At the welcome session last evening
nt 8:15 o'clock some very fine num
hers were jremlerrtl In music tnlks
and In papers all for tho entertain
ment of tho visitors. After tho pro-
gram had been rendered an hour's re-
ception was held in tho church annex
where refreshments wero served and
a general good time enjoyed by all.
This morning's session was devot
ed to reiKirts on the work of the
unions as well ns tho report of tho dls
tri'ct treasurer Mrs. Lula B. Wheel
er of "Ada.
i great deal of disappointment was
manifested at the unavoidable depart
urCon the dny of tho arrival of Mrs.
Iaurn E. Harsha president Territory
W. C. T. V. whose Influence is nlwny
a stay at such gariierlngs.
At this afternoons tension sugges
tions for new work will bo allow
the president's annual address will be
delivered superintendents' reports
will be made a place for next meeting
will bo chosen election of officers ap
pointment of superintendents etc
This evening at 8:ir wiTl probably
be one of tho most Interesting of tho
convention. A good program has
been -prepared jamong tho number of
which Is tho address of tho state lec
turer of Texas Mrs. Nannie Curtis ot
' Occupation Tax Due.
All business and professional men
In the cl?y of Ardmoro will tnko no
tlce that all occupation taxes are due
and that you are expected to call at
my office and pay came.
W. R. ROBERTS.
5-ff. y. Tax Assessor and Collector.
Dr. Wood will. bo in Chicago after
September 1. 5-tf
I-ast night nt the Morgan hotel
Miss Ella Glen Gilmcrs entertained a
party of her young friends In the
spacious reception hall of tho hotel.
About fifteen couples wore present
nnd all report u delightful time.
Ardmoro is still Keeping up her
record as a market for any and all
products. There woro several wagon
loads of apples hero yesterday from
Texas and also tomatoes and peaches
are plentiful on tho street. Tho fact
that the men who make It their busi-
ness to sell sucki produce drive to Ard-
moro from placos In Texas and other
points in Iho territory Just as far
from Ardmore. goes to show that
Ardrauro Is the town where the bes?
prices can bo obtained and whero a
ready market can bo found at nnv
This morning while the Snnta Fe
northbound passenger f train was
standing at tho union depot a negro
drove up In a buggy and ns there was
no place to hitch his horse he tied
one of tho reins to the front wheel
and went into tho depot. Tho horso
began backing and tho rein wrapped
around tho hub ol the wheel throw.
Ing horse down and .breaking the
shaft .of -nio vehicle. Some ono cut
the linos and extricated the animal
F. -K. West has Juat roturnod from
a trip along tho Washita and the
quarry at Norton. Mr. West snys iic
never did soo such crops growing any
where. rhey;nro simply grand an I
tho recont rains nro making them bo
tor still. Tho prospects for an i
mensp harvost ho says woro w .
ir you wish to make a loan on Im-
proved real estate lev rato lone
term with prlvllego to pay. write tb"
American Investment company Ato
ka I T. or see W. S. Wojverton
Jon 14 In
Is What tlie Empire of
BUT IN ARDMORE-TONICHT.
Every Business Man and Property
quested to meet at the City Hall
Vital Importance to every Citizen
and bring somebody with you. This meeting is for the purpose or de-
vising ways and means for bringing Cotton to Ardmore.
510 per cent off I
Jj FOR CASH jj'
8 loVcu Footwear iSL i
The $5.00 Shoes go at $4 50 I
40 The Sii.riO Shoes go nt $3 15 ?F
Tj The $2.r0 Shoes go at S2 25 ?F
7n Corresponding reductions made on all Summer
J5 Footwear. C'omo in and see our extraordinary cr
t LYNN THE SHOE MAN l
W. M. Gwyn
Why not Insure
GWYN & GRAHAM
The Strongest Old Line Fire Insurance
Noble Building Telephone 380
H -emu I
IS PURCEI.L I.T.
$ ? 00
HAS FALLEN !.
Japan Is Eager io Hear.
Owner in the town is Urgently Re
at 8 o'clock Business of the Mesl.-
of Ardmore. Come out EvorvbooV
Tho Easiest way to tnako money in
to save It. Tho surest way to save it
is to trade here.
We have everything in Dry Goods
Ladies' and CJonts' Furnishings at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
This week wo are oiroringan Extra
Special in MEN'S PANTS
$5.00 Fancy Worsted and Ons- q nr
Bluiure Pants for ipO.iCj
13.60 Fnncy Worsted and Oas- tfQ ner
blmore Pants for 0
S3.00 Worsted and Onsslnjero CT
Pants for ipl.J
J2.C0 Worsted Caaslmero and flji TV
Flannel Pants for V
Lot oflclioapor Pants nt Vory Low Prices.
All our Summer Sulti
At Less than Factory Cost
Te GEO. ASH STORE
Lowest Price Cash Store
R. G. Graham
your dwelling; with
ft ': a-$
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