The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 278, Ed. 1, Friday, September 30, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY ARD 10nEITE
Ardmore Friday Sept. 30 1904.
Notice! Mil! and Bin Men.
SPECIAL RAILROAD RATES.
TO KEEP FRIENDS.
A full line ofl'ipc Fittings PacltinR Hose
Brass Goods. TanKs Steam Pumps
Rubber and Leather Beltinrj. Try us.
WEEKS BROSu Tlnncrsnd Plumbers
Vest Mnin Sticct
The World's Fair Way!
FaFt" Through TYnipS Cnrr.v'ng
Magnificent Nfnv Euipmnnt nn
Convenient 3 c holies
To the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at Saint Louis
ror cpio. .f our ix. ?v zwimsz is.
iCVi?5ui:iui;; .;rn;;" wor. uro.t.t K.ir.
Ask any Cotton licit Man or Address
1) n. MORGAN J. P.LLHANli
T. P A. Ft. Worth. O. Is. & P A.. Tyler
A. S. WAO.NER
T. P. A. Wsco.
New and Thoroughly Equipped Line
ST. LOUIS and CHSCAGO
Thoroughly equipped trains leuve St. Louis and Chicago
nightly (after arrival of incoming trains arriving either
city the following morning. Kquipmont entirely new;
lavish in design elahorate In furnishings.
Ask your Ticket Airent or address.
Passenger Traffic Department
THREE POINTS OP
TI al CI n nl ral. ir"di rn. dailr train aerrlee between
TllO liatV rlVer" st. L..ul in the north. San Antonio ami
OalTcnton in the .uih -liiiungh sleeping rara-evenaa far an Meilcu t tty
chair I am and C m.ic e
TTI- Cl.n I Inr lletnoen Kanaaa City
I IIU OIIUI I. kilib Ti'xas
pertd early in February
rbt hno Oklahoma C ity w m hi-
"Katy" Dining Stations
"Kntv" to the World - Fair. St. Lonis
Meal We. Moderate In prlc e.
iber i. lni- oihr train With -'so mile of road grld-lronlne
Mlmi. iirl Kana. Indian Territory. OUlahuma i nd Texan the
Katy ' .'(tern t icrinti.ral advantage to travelt-r and ahljiper
alike l-.dder man. Illustrated bunka and lnturtuainin win
ibeerfniu he furnUhe.l ly any Katy agent.
St. Loul3 . San Francisco R'y.
Kail Festivities Kat:as City. Oct.
. 7 Kate 112.15.
fulfil ixrui-lotiH to Si. Louis and
Kansas flly Tuesdays and Saturdays nml (.urinnity
Do Inferoatffl In Tbcm. hat tffivor De-
HfeiifJ I" Cariosity.
If you would have friends bo Inter-
ested In tlicni.
There l n difference between Intercut
Never be furious.
r uuh week. Oetober 1 to .November
3" Limit seven days from date.
American Royal Livestock Show
Kaunas City. Oct. 16-19. Hate U 45.
IOUlslana Purchase Imposition St.
Iotils April loth to Nov. 15th. IUto
w-ason ticket $28.40; sixty day $1370;
15 day $19.75.
.summer tourist rates Magazine
Un July IS to Sept 30. Uato $9.05.
To Northern Michigan Wisconsin
an J Northern Illlrols at one fare plus
: $2 lur the round trip. Date of gales
I im... 1 ) Stmt. 30. Html limit Oct. 30.
Tn lv ' good for fifteen days at rato
East on the
u cai.nor dr p m ur napkin and pick It up In the
dpiitik' cir ot ti e So'.'tiwfst Limited. A waiter will bo
thrrn vi;li a clean ore. A '"r'.er wis recently disci-
plinoi f. r I ni-li i.v a lint w.ih i wlr-k broom Instead of
a liHt brul T i'ho ittle ihn Kt. but thfy el.ow how
cxcellfr.ee of -ei u e u m r.b'.i in d in the
Chicago Milwaukee & St Paul By
This company owns and operates the sleeping- dining
library and all o'liHr cirs on its ln". and therefore
oftera if iHtr" hii xc Henea in rqu'piue-bt and ser-
vice nut btnttmb'o elsewhere.
The Sftj'hwim Limited !evei Kms Cl'y Union
Station. 5 V. u. in ; Grind eU'.. 11:07 p. m. Arrives
Uni 't. i : -ii t'm t.'o --Vi :.. rr.
G. L. COBB
Southwestern Pa-ascnger Agent
007 rialn St. K ns City. Mo.
Interest asks uothliiu but Is Kind of
others' Jo.vh nnd "orry for othettt' mitt-
fortuncH. fttrlonll.v Keeka to Olid more
than Ii written upon the nurfaee. seeks
it for the purpose of distribution for
One's friends like one to Ik? interested.
They detest one who is curious.
To be Interested in those one meet
Leeds but to wish them well.
To see the best of those about us will
cause us to wish them well.
To our wcliwlfdior we jMitir out our
Joys mid wirrows. They are Interested.
The Intel ested friend always under-
Mauds. The euvioiii actiunintniice nev
11! tine rare puis w cents tor rounu .f Kees tlir-mti'.i nio.ivos. ine eurnuii
trip one Is blinded ty h; own ltevpret;it.u;i
ifio.l Roads cpnvention rarls Tex.
Sept. 28 29 auJ 30. Uftte $4.45.
W. A. DA81IIBM.
A. F. and A. M.
t. Aramoro iuuho nu. ox b.
7ryj & A. M. Regular meeting on 1
r&'s? or ueiore tue iuii muuu
X 1 each month at 7:30 o'i;lck
Masonic tern tie.
A. EDDLEMAN W .M.
Q. 11. DriUCB Sec.
R. A. M.
Ardmore chapter It. A
M. No. 11. Itegular meet-
ing second Tuesday night
in each month at 7:30 o'-
clock. Masonic temple.
0. h. unucu. H.P.
J L. OAI.T.
M. F. SMITH
slaughter ( ids Dallas
G. C. & S. F. R'y.
Kali Carnival Sun Anielo. Oct. 17.
Kh- t; ir. Umlt to October IS.
San Angwlo Tex. Oct. 17 IS 19 mid
20 Fare $lli$o. Limited to October
i'imi'j etrurtlos to St. 1-oitU nnd
Kan-as flty Tueslays and Snturdayi
f 1 at li weak. October 1 to November
o Limit seveu days from date. .
Fall Festivities Kansas City Oct.
p. . . m n . r I
z 1 jiaie ti.io.
American "loyal Livestock Show.
Kansas City Oct. 15-19. Rate $14.45.
S uithern Feir and Carnival Wlchi-
3. Kan. Sept. 21 .o Oct. 1. Rata
Round trip tickets to Gnlvoston an!
return nt rnto of $17.G0. good for CO
days; on sale Juno 1 to Sept. 30.
lyoulsinnn Pur "ate 13 oui'.ion St.
Louis Mo.. April 15 to Nov. lo. Rnto
season ticket $2S.40. Sixty da; tick-
et $23.70; 15 day ticket $19.75.
Summer tourist rates Magazine
rk July 19 to Sept. 30. Rote $9.05.
To Northern Michigan Wlconsln
and Northern Illinois a' one fare plus
12 foi . o round trip. Date of sales.
Juno 1 to Sept 30. final HtnU Oct 3'.
Ticket good for 15 days nt rato of
one fnre. plus 60 cents for round
Tourist sleeping car service to Kan-
of ciiusiH and In prejudiced view of
I Ion'l. therefore feel; to know wh..t (
H hidden. If yi.-ir friend eometila
'.somethllK from "'.! lie U.n a reis.di
for dohiK It. l""!e you:- Interest ami
your lack of vulmir urn-ity by mist-
ime hl.n In i.U' of ttti --n iMlu.eiit.
Those "vl 0 are trulj iiiiei-esti d mid
never eini'-- . re ;in '.imUil by
friends. 1'ein 't Tfibei.e.
.rumoro cuuiiuauufi) u
In every month.
S. M TORUI3TT E. C.
W. ROBERTS Recorder.
O. E. 8.
Ardmoro lodgo No. 9
t. O. O. F. meets every j
Ardmoro Lodge No. 41
meets rosular every first
tn.l third Wednesday
nights at K. of P. hall.
W. R. ROBERTS M. W.
A. LOWENSTE1N Recorder.
1. O. R. M.
Washita tribe No. 83
Improved Order 0! Red-
men meets In Odd Fel-
lows' hall every Wednes-
day night at 7:30 o'clock.
J. T DARN WELL
D. T. NISBETT C. ol R.
w. o. w.
reT'J'JssS) Ardmoro Camp No. '
.Kfeim 33 Woodmen of tho-GWotlW-i;
World meet second
and fourth Friday
nights In K. of P. hall
J. N. MORGAN C. C.
JEFF JONES Clerk.
A CITY VITKOUT TAXES.
All ll UxjH-iiaes Ire Tnld h- h- In-
cfitne I'ruiii Jl I'miiert y.
In the P.lacU f.e.i of Geruiati.v Is the
little city of rreiiiK'tistntlt. with about
".WW InhabltantK. 11 buny Industrlul
place with Iron and chemical works of
Small 11s it Is Froudenetndt Is a full
fledged city with 11 uuiyor. aldermen
half a dozen policemen and 11 tit u en-
gine. The public business Is conduct
id on an economical basis and the to-
tal expenses do not exceed .'.("JO In a
l'reudenstadt has the distinction of
being the only city In Germany and
perhaps in the world which does not
tax the citizens a shilling for munici-
pal expenses. The yearly net revenue
from the public property covers all the
This property consists of about 0.000
acre. of Hue forest which being man-
aged under the best forestry method.
U a permiinent source of income iuo
or more trees are planted for ever n'l
that is cut down. No tree is cut ti.l It
Tuesday night it Odd
Fellows hall at 7:i0 o.clok.
J. L. JOHNSON N. O.
W. W. TALIAFERRO Sec'y.
. 10 I. O. O. F. meets every
Friday night at Odd Fel-
lows ball at 7:30 o'clock.
I. R. MASON
D. T. NISBETT Scribe.
K. of P.
Myrtle lodge No. 7
Knights of Pythias meet
In Castle Hall
every Thursday evening
FRANK BERRYH1LL. IC of R. & S
A. O. U. W.
B. P. O. Elk meet
cccond and fourth Fri-
day In each mouth at
Elks hall West Mala
A. W. DUNHAM. E. R.
It. I SANLERS Sec.
Bcllo of the Prairie
hive No 1 Ladles of
tho Maccabees meets on
the first Wednesday af-
ternoon in each month
In the Odd Fellows hall.
MRS. DORA NISBETT
E. M. GOFF
Keeper of Records.
John H. Morgan Camp U. C. V.
will hold Its regular meetings on the
second Sunday In each month at tho
it j hall at 3 o'clock p. m. All old
J V. OOLLEDGK. Com.
5 M BRUCE. Adjutant
can y.i 1 the maximum proiu.
After deducting all the expenses of
sas City and Chicago on train leaving t0 industry the annu il prollt to the
Ardmore 12:35 night Sept. 17. 21 Oct. acre Is about 1. -Pearson s Weekly
1 S aud 22. Rates Kansas City $1.50. :
Chicago $2.75. BRIEF TWILIGHT.
Texas Grand Festival and Kallph
celebration. Dallas Texas October " X"".1"!".!' "
7 to 15. Rate $5.15. Limited Octo- lw th(J rofrac.
her 17. October 7 to lo. Rnte $u.9o. t(m Qf tR tltlmHIierP. without which
Limited one day from dnte of solo. we .iouili i. instantly In diirknchs ot
October 9 and 10. Rato $2.70. Limit- mnset. all parts of the earth have twl-
ed tvj date.
W. A. DASHIELL.
light til-nigh of varying duration.
When the sun hu sunk eighteen de-
grees below the horizon 110 more light
can be refracted anywhere. but the path
of the sun at the equator Is so nearly
vertical that its disappearance Is pro-
The shortest twilight at 1110 equuior
Rock Island Excursion:.
Fall Festivities Kansas City Oct.
2-7. Rate $12.45.
Coach excursions to St. Iouls and
Kansas City Tuesdays and Saturdays . . our iuul tWelve minutes at the
of each week October 1 to November e1Unoxes in March and September;
3o. Limit seven days from date. the longest Is one hour nnu nineteen
American Royal ii?stock Show minutes at the solstices in June nnd
Knnsna fltv. Dei. 15-19. Rate S14.45. December.
"THIS IS THE WAY OF THE WISE."
f nzm 1
3 to LO CJI SS5 I
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING I
Lot ua furnish you with literature relatlvo to tho bulldlnea. faotela low
rutoa train Borvico otc. Asl your local ascut or uaaroaa
C. W. STRAIN Division passcncch ar.tNr
Louisiana Purchr.so Exposition St.
Louis. April 15 to Nov. 15. Rato sea-
son ticket $2S.40; sixty day $23.70;
K- day $19.75.
G. A R. Reunion TuUn. I. T. Sept.
U to Oct. 1. Rate JG.55.
W. A. DASHIELU
Don't Suffer n Silence.
Ladies can be curec ot weakness of
a . kind easily and c.ulckly Wine ol
1 fe absolutely cures or conts you
i ( thlMg. Ask your drucglst. Ro-r.-f-mber
if you are not satisfied with
t you pet your money back. Delay
(r cans misery' or deith. Try it today.
I For sale by all drugflsts. Sept. 1
In London from Mny to .iuij -i
it is twilight all through the night. No
wonder with a disparity Vo great.
people speak of night In the tropics
ns coming on almost suddenly. Further
north still. In the Shetland and Nor-
way we speak of the midnight sun.
where men never lose sight of the orb j
nt i- uwi tiviih-ht is uuUnown. Lon-
u . .... n
I The flrt of the men tried for the
I HuHtsvllle Ala. lynching was ae-
' quitted anl no ono will he astonish-
e.: If th- last one of them tried will
be honorably discharged.
S A Re?d Cis-). Texas writes
Mann 11th. l!ol: My wrist was 50
b.illy spralued by a fall that It was
tiM-his. and aft r u'ng s.veral rem-
Crl- Anion In Tulieri-uloala.
The whole secret of sua ess lu the
treatment of tuberculosis iu r
increase the resistance of the patient
1 as to bring about the arrest of the
' tuberculosis process aud to prevent
secondary infection. Early recognl-
tlon and proper management In the
! beginning of the disease nre the chief
elements of cure If the family puysi-
clan encourages the hopeful patient to
believe thut "it is only a bad cold"
and that it "will wear off." or when
warm weather comes he will be "all
right" he lut only seals the patent's
doom but falls to take advantage of
the opportunity presented today for
the cure of consumption.-Suggestion.
The 11 nil ii li it AVna Criinteil.
certain city In England sent a dep-
usel. -.sda s that failed to give relief utatlon to Charles 1L who was very
'.i-d Italian! 6 Snow Iulmont anr jji soliciting some favor. The orator
vas cured 1 earnestly recommend ...i.t.. anv mercy to the sick man.
"i. $ 1 oo W B Frame.
tiin.fo ;i Ion-.- tedious discourse. "Uive
i you anything inf to say?" nskeil the
ryvu?rnrTMrfnn (tT.v mounrch iiupitientiy .iu
FOIEYSKIDNEYCUFS raor' ''"V1
WrtMKIdnUBlTdrniBhl If y " 'Xl ovr
iustnicteil to teelte my speech oer
again." Charles ordered tunt an
.axes htr graduating escay
i....i .ni w. M ueuwuus B
1 HUJ 1- WJ . Wj . i. ....
. v i taneousiy couipiiiHi iiu.
ia . aid u . .
hould be freely aud lustan.
How to Keep Youthful.
Thou shall not grow old" is an un
written law which every sensible man
and woman alms to observe. And how
do they accomplish It? simply by j
keening the system in perfect trim'
through the use of a tonic medlclno ' Johnny impetuously '-but ho
uu na.-. APat Kimvnr. Thov didn't care."-l.ondon Tlt-Blts
keep their blood pure their digestion i
good their liver active their vitality
normal and their spirits buoyant by
the regular and Judicious use of Aug'
"Johnny." said the teacher "a lie
can be acted as well as told. Now If
your father was to put sand In his
sugar nnd sell It he would be acting
n lie nnd dolni: very wrong."
"That's what mother told him" said
but ho said ne
The Orlg-lnal Maclntoah.
"Macintosh boasts a good deal about
his family doesn't he?" "Yes; I think
he claims that the head of his family
ust Flower and thus keep ttteful and 1 waB the original Macintosh that Noah
happy Trial bottlo 25 cents Big had with him during that raluy sea
buttle 75 cents At all druggists. ' on."-Phlladtlpbla Press.
VISIT THE OLD HOMESTEAD
V I A
On September 6'h ICth. t. -7'ti at.d October 1 1th.
round trip tickets will bo sold at tin- very low rate of
ONE FARE PLUS $2.00
To nearly all Indiana and Ohio points also certain des
tinutions in Kentucky. All tickets limited to Thirty days
from date of sale for return.
Further details will be cheerfully furnished on ap-
plication to nearest Frisco System Ticket Agent or
address the undersigned.
C. V. STRAIN I). . A. Wichita K
If YourTabIe Is Supplied
With the staudard brands of Groceries fresh from the factory
it follows 08 niL'bt tt e day that you are doinr your bnyinc nt
Fe'ker'B. Here you'll flud the best of evervthinc good to eat
nn'ler one roof If you aie not already a regular ..stonier give
ub your next order.
C1IAS12 & SANBORN'S COFPEBS
CHASE & SANBORN'S TEAS
hULL LINE OF HEINZ'S O.OODS
FRBSH SHIPMENT OF ALL KINDS OF CAKES
Noxt Door to Spragln's Hardware House
ARDMORE 1ND. 1ER
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