The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 278, Ed. 1, Friday, September 30, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY ATDMOREITE.
fiijc flailn SU'&morcilc
Published every (if.rrnoon (except
Rnttirdnv and sumlav norning.
SIDNEY SUGGS Proprietor.
kutennl at th" PoMotUe at Ardmoro
nr. Seiond-ilna N.nll Matter
November a 1893
Ardmore Friday Sept. 30 1004.
THB BALANCE OF POWER.
The lime ha rome In Hie hlatory
r tbi ni'wtry that few entr-rprties
i an tje maile em 'nnfiil without tbe
i ii operation and Die support of the
farmer Experlally In tills becoming
vi ry tnn! In our own Mute Wheru
in u It of th money on dvjiutU In tlie
STOP KILLING QUAIL.
"One of our bent pratlnl farmers
related to im the other dny how ho
umc to ehtttiKe hi mind about klllliiK
blnlf ' nays the lienneuey Clipper.
"Ho nald lie formerly touk n rent deal
of pleasure with bin kuii and dog.
About six month after coming to the
loial bankltiK Itiitltutlotii tand to territory ho told his wlfo ho would ro
the credit of the fnrmura. There nro 'out ami kill a few quail. It wag nhout
In iiiot hiKtances real fanners too (l o'clock; so callliiK hts dogs he start-
tin it who llvi- out In the country and nd out on his own farm. He soon
have their cattle and horses and sheep shot three quail and his wife know-
and Koatjs "on n thousand hills." lug that if lie got thoroughly Interact-
Take the small towns and look at ed In the pursuit of the Rome ho would
the farmers mixed tip In their affair he out till long after supper time per-
Half the lime some farmer Is at tho sttnded him to come bach to the house
head of the banks. Thl Is true in nnd they would have supper when he
Denton. Talk tip an enterprise and ' eotiM t?o again. 'All right.' said tho
I will dress these antl have
Corn Mil!i icnt to ren h trom New
York to San Frum l-o. or 3.iki0 miles
If laid ear to ear represent the
amount used In tne I'alaie of Agricul
ture at the World's Kalr In the display before anything can be accomplished farmer
Aromore Friday Sept. 30 1904.
i t-n tinvr ..i-... ... ..l. .. . . ....
. a.mw v tu Himu ui uuicu in ine cntcKasnw .ntlon. anil ns soon
WANTI2l-Party to cut and bale 100
neres of prairie hay on the haivoa.
Ilaler and Illicit rake fiirnlBhod free.
Soveu mllen from railway. C. II.
Cook .Marietta 1. T. 30-2
WANTKD 200 htindB to pick cotton.
Will pay 75 cents per 100 at Fox
I. T. O. L. Conner. 29-2
rooms o.ver Itandols store.
KOH HUNT ItooniB for rent secon 1
door bouth of opera house. Mrs. M.
0. Cromer. 20-10
It. W. as title is completed tho Choc-27-tf
J taw distribution will commoncc. South
JIcAlester wl!1 probably bu one of tho
first plates at which payment will ho
WANTK! Uy uilddlo'aKed gentleman
a nicely furnished room with or
without hoard. Must bo nice. Ad-
dress V. 8. 0.. genera! delivery
.f the several states.
the fanners must be consulted. 'them for atipiier.' His wife remarked
Take as m example the matter of on the fullness of the craws of tho
The Philadelphia Knqulrer thinks r tn Inpr an Ititenirbaii between lien- birds an 1 on opening one It was found
VII street would feel relieved It ton Rn MeKlnney. Who must we con- full of chinch hugs! Out of curiosity
! J. Sully went to raising cotton in j suit. The farmer who lives along the they counted and found over WO dead
the field Instead of on the street. TrueroIt If tnft enterprise ever succeeds ' eh Inch btifa In the craw of one quail.
inotiRh. and It may tie added thtUuit-.j mgt nrta tjc right-of-way nnd Said (he farmer In relating e clrcum-
WANTICD Clean old rags nt this
Isn't nil that Hully Ii raising.
In the end contribute more than any-
one else. He Is able to do it too.
stances to U8: 'I Just cleaned up tho
gun nn 1 hare not shot a bird since
Iint-M tl IIIU'a nnn.innreil Intention
to retire from politics January 1 seems :The business man who thinks he can and If you'll come dbwn to my place
. kniiK nvap llitt .h.tLlnlj n .. I ... . 1 .. ... - ...... I . . . I i . .
Iinvo Iiciii In boim! faith It if iuc urnriHIC nmniiiuiiui ui a iikjiiiii.k r ereiiiug nun s-e mu
iih unniy misinaen. ir. inrmer can mrna coming to my rarm you II thin
'snap his linger In the merchant's face their know their friends."'
and tell him to take his old goods and' - -
go. He don't have to pluy in his' Never before in Ardmore weii
back yard anyway. No wontlor tho atamlard palntn sellnn so chenp ns
ambitious youth nowadays I often Sammons Lumber Co.. offer them now
hend to exclaim: "I'd like to bo n See their ad In this paper. 18-tf
Who wouldn't Denton News
rumored that the former senator Is en-
pagi"d to marry May Irwin the actress
and that the ceremony will take place
K.uh native of the Igorroto village
on the Philippine reservation of the
World's .Fair lias been presented with
a wheel by the Columbia lllcycle com-
pany and is now busily learning to
ride. The best rider will be entered
in the next bicycle meet In tho Stadium.
A turkey has been discovered In
fluatemnla which tne agricultural bu-
reau at Washington tleclares to be
death to the boll weevil. Now this is
something like. If the turkeys do not
est the weevil we ran ent them
while If the ant doetn't eat the weevil
we can only hope it will not eat us.
The Tennessee railroad horror
shocked tho entire country. A mail
failed to obey orders an I then follow-
ed tho most frightful wreck of the
year. Tho Ixndon astrologer who pro-
illcttM a bloody career for l!)04 has
made good. It has been a year of dis-
aster and death with three months re-
mninlng which may double the past.
Tbe wvirld hag been treated to every
form of woe except famine since the
lawn of the present year and more
people have been killed In trnln
wrecks In the Piiitod States than were
put out of action by the bullet during
the war with the Philippines Sonic
one blunder an. I the crave digger do
President Hoosovelt Is reported as
spending n very pleasant hour a few
days ago with a friend telling about
the "very vicious wild boar" he once
killed. There are some wild boars in
the shape of big expenditures anil
trusts that the American people would
like to nee the president tackle and
President Hoosovelt argues that a
man when he arrives at the age ot
(12 years. Is half Handled as compared
with a man in his prime evidently
the president has never mixed tip with
tho C2-yearvdil poker players. At that
iie they are sal 4 to play them close
and to play them a long time. In oth-
er words they are in their full prime.
The HiiFklnns are hopeful that the
Japanese will not profane the tombs I
of the emperors of China by bringing
on a light at Mukden where such
tombs are located. Tho Japanese are
warned by their enemy that the Chi
nee will not stand any such pro fa mi-
Ion The Russians are camped In
1 am devoting my time exclusively
to horse shoeing which insures good
work nnd entiro satisfaction. If you
hnve boon disappointed in your wwrk
tell mo your troubles. 1 place my
absolute guarantee on everything.
For heavy bluckBtuithlng machino
work and carriage work 1 have cm-
ployed tho well known export work-
mau. Walter Tyre.
To do nil kinds of woodwork 1 have
the finest specialist In tho city. Oscar
finest specialist in the city. Oscar
Hitter has charge of this iCopartment.
(live us your work. Wo have every
equipment. Ah ItlCE.
Hroadway .... Ardmoro
WANTI2l To repair your wntr.hos
clocks nnd Jewelry. Mainsprings
75c; cleaning ?6c; hairspring 7ie;
Jewels 76c; crystal 16c; hnlanco
staff $1. Wc are going to estab-
lish a good business nnd cut prices
to convince you that wo know our
business. Miller's Ijoan Olllce 135
Main street. 21-d.tw-lm
WANTIJb Secondhand sugar
and oat wicks. Wliiteman
LOST Thursday afternoon between
the Ice plnut and Mrs. DiVllns' resi-
dence n pockethook containing some
bills flro underwriter's regulations
and something over $20. Kinder re-
turn to me nnJ get reward. A. A.
WANT UI M en to learn harbor
trade. Our cataloguo oxplalus how
wo teach it quickly. Mailed free.
Molor Barber College SL Louis
for Little Ocnts-llpp or spring Heel.
HAMILTON & GO.
CHOCTAWS HAVE TO WAIT.
Not So Bad.
A little girl wrote the following os--say
"Hoys are mon thnt have not got
nc big as their papas and girls aro
women thnt will be ladles by and by.
When God looked nt Adam He said
to hlmi-elf: "Well 1 think I can do
bettor It I try again and Ho inado
Eve. Doys are a trouble. They wear
out everything but soap. If I had
my way the world. wouM ho girls and
tho rest dolls. My papa Is so nlco
that I think he must havo boon n little
girl when he was a llttlo boy. Man
was made and on tho seventh day ho
rested. Woman was made and she
has never rested since."
FOR SALE I have several imnroved
lots In West Ardmore which I will '
sell on loug time. Small payment I
down or will trade for farm leases. '
F. M. Fox. 21-tf
Townslte Funds Will Be First Die-
trlbuted In Chickasaw Nation.
Col. J. Illiilr Siioenfolt the Indian
agent Is constantly In receipt of let-
tors and telesranis from dHTcrent parts
of the Chpctaw Nation asking that the
payment of the townslte money be ad-
vanced instead of waiting till after
the payments aro all made In the
Chickasaw Nntlon. Colonel Shoenfelt
says that under the arrangements al-
ready mndo It will bo Impossible to do
so. The payments are now being made
Sm&rt Muskogee Nlqger.
Cole Young colored evidently found
even boot-legging leas lucrative
than he would like so in addition to
selling whisky which chargo ho will
have to answer ho undertook tho old
gnme of selling water for $1 a pint. A
number of colored aristocrats in nnd
aivninl Muskogee who hnd previously
bought tho genuine rod-eye from him
became his -victims In tho timo-worn
wnter gnme Saturday night. By the
time tho tightly sealed Jugs were
opened ho was blocks away.
They informed on him and he was
arrested by the city police who turn-
ed him over to tho Federal authorities
this morning. Times.
Make no dates for Monday. Octxbcr
FOR SALE A great bargain my
homo place S13 C street northwest.
Lot 101x17.'. 5 rooms hydrant wat-
er In house garden and lot. good
Htorin house variety of choice
fruit fine well cast front abundant 1
shade stable and buggy house. Dr
W. S. Bechtol. U-il
Insurance of j
All Kinds 1
Hubert Sherman and a llrft-class
compnny In "My Friend From Arkan-
saw" at the opera house October 1.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bljR will be received at the
olll.e of J. B. "White architect until 2
f clock Saturday. October 1 HHM. for
i the erection and completion of a two-
Mory brick nnd stone business house
Make n note of the concert at the Plan-- and specifications ran he seen
opi ra tuniso next Monday night 29-2 nr my office J B. WHITE 28 3t
FOH HUNT A three-room house close
In. Marcus M. Bright. 30-3
FOH KENT A furnished room. 227
NVirth Washington. 30-tf
FOIt KENT One furnished front
room and two unfurnUhed rooms
corner Broadway nnd D street.
Mrs. Mattio Dobbins. 29-C
FOR RENT Texas wagon yard ant
store building at Third avenue and
Caddo street Apply C P Hall at
Hall & 1 Hills' furniture store S-tf
C Y. LONE
BONDS Of Ml KINDS
Over KIrt National
Hank I'lionu ')
THE NEW STORE
We now havo a complete
line of Woolens consisting
of nil the lntost novelties in
Suitings Trouserings anil
Overcoatings on display.
w Allin iiujoq IP jun'.l iuuiuui iui mumm; urn unci iiinu;-iirururr v
W Oarmonta in Ardmore. Wo cuarante to lit and please you in
cvor I articular and tho prices aro tho lowest for depend iblo
samples before placing your ARDMORE TAILORING 00
Order. RespOCtfullv Hi West Main Street
eautiful New Tailor-Made Suits
Ardmore Dry Goods Co.
ARDMORE'S FASTEST GROWING DRY GOODS STORE
We are now in receipt of an elegant assortment of the REAL NEW THINGS IN LADIES' TAILORED SUITS.
Everyone Knows that we had no old suits left over from last season to be pushed off this season therefore
they can rest assured that when they buy a suit from us IT IS ABSOLUTELY NEW. Another feature which
characterizes our Suit Department is that ' Xt.tr Buy Mon Than To Suits of a Kind which iusures you
having almost an exclusive suit. We desire your inspection of this department where you will find :: :: ::
Handsome Tailor-Made Suits Genuine Man-Tailored "Fabian" SKirts Elegant New Wraps Beautiful "fSTI Petticoats
We consider it a pleasure to show goods in this or any other Department of our store and every salesman in the house is always ready and willing to show
you the new things even though you do not wish to buy. Let us show you these goods which will be sold at these prices EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK.
Blue Mixed Unfinished Worsted Suits
S.itm Lhii Co.it . I'.iml wit ii Navy Ulue TnliYta SiU
Steel lli.tti.ii-. i '..it i in-Hie m titftit luck i-tyle mid d's
pertx'tU. Pin- I- (H) ie C f 1 Cf
onrprc- . piZ.DU
Grey Mixed Manish Cloth Suits
With InvUil-lH I'onl Chuck. ContSalin litm.l ma inm
inn! in Mi-Hp of rH'ue ulotli- Ha Satin Hiii'd licit v d i
.'milium puuiir sun. worm Hilly 10 00 C f 7 CO
but our nice is only u I J . 0 U
This smne nmteiial in threo qunrU't' length . nnbtf-.l.
with Kiiiiu I'ipul Semiis a mit uoh worth ( t r rc
SK.'O (Mir price only p J.UU
A Suit of Similar Material in Lighter Shade
Three mnirter lenclh (.'out. full tin lined Im henntrnl
nail hemi btt-el bu'to'is some honsts ask 20
tor thii U!t. but o jt pri -e to all alike .
Blacll and White KnickerbocKer Mixed Tailored
tftutn. Satin lined coat tiu'ht fi tiil; back a vety fwll
Httit nnd well worth $U our price in
A Nobby Little blacli Kersey Suit
Satin lined t'tut ticlit tittiotr bnck trimmed in Silk
Moha r Hmid and Si"; Covered Buttons some fl 4 i fA
ask 17 in d 00 for these our price P UU
Beautiful Tan "Cravenette" Suits
Every lady wants a Crnv-iiett" t'l.nh. the lemlinpr thiiiK
in the cities. These coat me lined with Brovii MU n and
made up in hilf llttiuc back with over-lapping (T i m rt
seam" the swellest suit out worth $25 oi.ly. P ' ' uU
Bear in Mind We Have no Cheap "Sweat-Shop"
Half mule Suits to ofT-r you. Every suit in our house
is made by the most experienced w..tkmen ai.tl have uo
shoddy mitenal or worktuiiuthip
Our Mnn-Tailored "Fabian" SKirts
We cauuot cive a full description. Snlli-e it to siy ttnt
in this department joti can find any priced Skirt yi.u desire.
The Superiority of 'Fabian' Is Fit
To AH AliKe
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