The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 282, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 5, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardrtiore Wednesday Oct. 5 19M.
THE DAILY AtDVORElTE.
ftljc pniin SU'Dmorcilc.
MB. tKYAH Oft THE AMY. -
Tb rr'.wlnc todwy of tb Amr-1 4- -C- -5- 4 -
)'n r'pubiu to Imperialism sine Mr '
Rooserel'. rmm lato th- presidency bu Beb.
S. H. Harris natf wif l't yesterday
Ikx- Hertford TttM.
rntar t tb Fostottce t Artlmor
u 8coixi isss J.sll Mttr.
Notember 2 ISM.
WiKW eiery amoon the cum of no Utile
RiiMnUr and 8un4r uof aiaR. the part of far-atatd slstUassfn. M
Oac of pnbllcaUor. North Wisft- rrmstdernMe cosnsneat has
Inpton strtei ty the Democratic prM oa thia
SIDNEY SUGGS. Proprietor. jt-
mrTTVmV rn T A I n 1 " th Co""mT
t j I f I I Mr Bryan pi res lae esrtlrs: Irosrt aaaje
1 U ' I U 'o a 4i-atsk of tbe things the Re-
J ) ) I 1 p . 'i'.an party stands for a Ukn
I U ULUUll LLf 1 U I from Mr Kooaarelt'i letter of accept
Ardmore7wedneiday. October 5" 1904. an" Mr Bryan Mr aoW oataloM
'n noa matter not la haratoaj- -Hn
Ilreatblng coal '"..t is said o be a th- principle of ta Democracy of tae
care for consump-loo "".Tjat excuse prwlt jty Midi sound on mmm
can iny man jrlv in tr.is coal duit a-e. others an1 Uw lollow-tai; pertrnent
tben. for having ronsumpUonT questions take from the article la
. .v.. ... BmuMi qaeeUon are wortay of eooaWeratlon :
""7" fm- a 0 satisfactory to tbe corpartlo.
That la rather a warm altnauoa toe a . . . .
A female raabler at the Au!rtorlosa men who toll moat see In the preai-
hotel refused to rata Secretary Bfcaw'i dent's nirorMf of an array more
than twice aa large aa we bad eight
Federal years aat a menace to them. To say
that our army ia not lare enough to
en dancer tbe whole population Is no
argument. Why should we tax our-
selves to support a tenter army than
we actually need? Twenty-fire thous-
and soldiers ware enough In 1S86;
what except a Republican adtalnlstra-
dMck. She had doubtless beard
the growing deficit in tbe
The Impression prevails that Mltor
Greer and Editor Oolobie of Guthrie
are braver with their pens than with
tatrfr pistols. At latest report i
Mood bad been spilled.
A Kew Jersey man who hadn't tlos has occurred since to make sixty
.Mtm u a woman for tblrty-Mvea tbotts&rrt necessary nowf Is the
years has married a widow and If bo vaunted prosperity to difficult to soe
IItos (vdr enoucb there's a woman that It must be pointed out wltfc lay-
wbe "still speaV to him for tblrty-wven onets? If our Imperial policy makos
yi.ar the army neciry what commercial
'scvaniace do we sc-curc inai win on
JThc youmc; so sis had a dance at
opn bona hast ntrM. wMea wat
Qette a lot of cotton wu aartv
bre ywateriay. Seed csttun totd for
We are threatened wtu ialn today.
On account of tbe wnshowti Vtee
have bees no tratna txom the ntftb
Mr. IaugnliB of Pr.nla Taltey was
. 01ng to the waenoots on tbe Sasui
Fe Jforris & Row"s show whicS v to
bars appeared here today baa tH.en
unable to reach raola Valley and H Is
not likely that it will reach town 'n
time for a performance today.
Owing to tbe tact tbe Frisri bridge
over tbe Canadian river has been
washed away all Frisco trains from
the north are run over tbe Katy to Int-
rant from Durant to tnl place aver
tbe A. fi C. and from Madlil on Into
Texaa on tbe Frisco's own Use.
The Springer gin bat put np more
than 40ft bales this season.
J. M. Ar&otd Is making tome repairs
on hi butines boute.
OUTPOSTS ARE BUSY SCREENING
f Insurance of
j All Kinds
HK 41. 1 H.
BONDS CF ALL KINDS J
baSK I'hvCle I
Army Is at Tie Pass Kuropatkln Sayt
No Firm Stand Will Be Madt at
Mukden Russian Cciuckt
Drive Back Enemy.
THE NEW STORE
The In -Man Territory Holtnoss Asso-
ciation will meet at Ijone Grove I. T.
The followlnR Is being told at. the fft the additional oxpenter' Demo- Thursday October 1J. and will hold
expense of a teacher Just from "the crat.
Etatos" and whether true or not. 111
worth printing: Tbe teacher had
pot tbe question to hor Beoirraphy
class. "Who can name a milctne we
put from some tree? Xow think chil-
dren. The tree Brows In Iirasll asd
roru." Instantly a half dmwn hands
service until Sunday night. Every-
St. Petersburg OoL 5 offciai ad-
rices from the far East gitei. out tim
erealag deecribe a seriei -l skirmisn
es on the southern front of Kuropat
kin's army the only Importance of
which lies In the fact that the Japan-
ese are showtug a dlsposlUoi to pteit
forward and feel out the Russian pod
lions. Oen. Mlstrhenko s Cossacks In
every case drove back the enemy.
Tbe activity of the Japanese out
posts is doubtless Intended to screen
movements of their armies and there-
tore may be regarded as pecursory
symptoms of final preparatij'tr for an
advance which will probably btgin
within a week.
A special messenger has brought to
the emperor Gea. Kuropatkin's full
report pf tbe battle of Uao Vang. The
messenger who submitted to an Inter-
view declares that the main army Is
roncentrated at Tie Pass and that It
is not likely that Gen. Kuropatkln will
make a determined stand at Mukden
There are current rumors tonight of
the fall of Port Arthur but they bare
not tbe slightest foundation.
body corJIally Invited to attend.
It Is not the oountrr that makes a ' W. P. JBWELU Pres.
town; It Is not tho location; It Is sot.
natural conditions" but It Is tho peo-
ple. Natural condition locations
etc. help of course but It depends
flrst and last upon the people of a com
W. M. TANDY Vice-Pros.
MRS. MAGGIE TANNER Sec.
Vlnlta Leader Sold.
F. S. It. AMt. editor and proprietor.
wont n and one little feMo-W. wb munttr whether or not that eommun nfM In Loader Printing company
coW not wait to be called on. cried: Ry Is prosperous. A farmer may have to R. M. McCllntock a young man
"PorunaJ" Times. a piece of land that Is rich bayoml do- j formerly with the Oklaboman. The
. .i . - .i... i. rnnainerallfln la tal'l In mat ixn XX.
cripiHHI. ana nnoiner jmic.i mm i -- --
A white man was lynched In South Hl0Mt too poor to raise a dtsturb-
Cartillna Saturday aftermfm for tbe wnc Rn1 yt we know lf Be uu
murder of a citlxen In a quarrel orer t)entiy and Intelligently the poor piece
a dime. HumanJIfe- Is very theap In of Jnnrt wl)1 jMi a retlrn which the
any soctlon of tho country where the rlch lnct lht lt lntnie.l will bring
laws are eva-led ?nd crime r;.s tin- hm not a iK'nny. Kvery town tuat Is
punished. The action or this mob pllBhei nrt cultlvatwl by Intelligent
does not Improve tho condltlo-M. It ctien jioldti a rich hnrvest in profits
shows conclusively that If mob vlo- an(1 ov(.ry town tnnt j Ml nntllled.
lence Is not restrained It leds to a an not punj.! wm j)rovo arren of
reckless disregard of Hie law ar 1 .)r()jM.rt y Herald
finally to worse fr!"" than irinl !
cldes I Siihsorllxi fcr the Ardmorel"
t. It Is reported that Mr. Amos will
renunve to Mobart Ok. where he will
again become proprietor of a paper.
He Is president of tbe Indian Territory
The fifteenth session of fhe Trans
Mississippi Commercial Congress will
meet in St. lynils October 20 to 29. In
elusive the congress to convene In
'"onw-nilon hall on 'Ik- Vor!.l' Fair
'irnuml Tii'Iay at l a m.
We now have a complete
ine of Woolens consisting
of all the lftte-t novelties in
Suitings Trousering and
Overcoating on display. .
Th.s hoige is j-stly famous for making the finest Made-to-Order
Garments in Ardmore. We nur&nte to fit and please you In
ever I art! -lar and th" prices are the lowest for dependable
camples before p.ai-lnz your ARDMORE TAILORING GO
' rder. P.eipectfally i Wen Main street
WANTED Dressing-making. Will call
for and deliver work. Write P. O.
Box 257. city. 312
CARPENTERS WANTED Good first
claw carpenters can secure steady
work. Wm. Tackett at Houttoa
Bros. Ardnore I. T. 2-tf
WANTED Clean old rags
In the TTnllfH f-if ronrt In (hn tp.
dion Territory Southern district.
Teilthy I lass plaintiff vs. John
Has defendant. No. 571 S.
The defendant John Haas Is waisJ
to appear In this court In thirty days
and answer the complaint of the plain-
tiff. Teilthy Hass.
Witnese the Hon. Hosea Townsend.
Jnlge of said court and the seal there
of. this tth day of October. 1901.
(Seal! C. M. CAMPBELL Clerk.
J. C Thompson attorney.
W. D. Potter attorney for con-resident.
First published Oct. S 1904.
WANTED To repair your watches
clocks ami Jewelry. Mainsprings
75e; cleaning 75c; hairspring 75c;
Jewels 75c; crystal 15c; balance
staff II. We are going to .estab-
lish a good business and cut prices
to convince you that we know our
business. Miller s Loan Office. 135
Main street. 21-d:w-lm
FOR RBNT Nice furnished rooms for
rent with or without board. M. P.
Kinney 125 East Main street outh-
FOR RENT One furnished front
room and two unfurnished rooms
corner Broadway and D street.
Mrs. Mattle Dobbins. 29-6
FOR S ALE -A 'VtoreuYldlng 20x40
feet cow on my home property on
Caddo street. Apply J. S. B. Apol-
los. LOST. . - - - . i
LOST A large fountain pen. GooJ
reward. "Whlttlngton Hotel. 4-S
LOST Sunday night In Ardmore
black coat with lodge button in
lapel bearing letters "I. B. E. W."
Finder return to Ardmorelte office
and receive reward. 3-2
STRAYED About 3 weeks ago Pc
land China sow weight 250 or 300
pounds t.o marks ears flopped over
eyes. Will pay double reward for
ber return to the barn. H. C. Byara.
Notice to Contractors.
Don't allow yourself to got Into tie
headache habit. Ramsey's Headache
Elixir Is a prompt and harmless rare-
e7y for every kin! of headache P c
1'." 'nt- For sale only at
2 RAMSEY'S DRUG STORE
FOR RENr A furnished room 227
North Vashlngton street Second
block from Main. 30-tf
FOR RENT Texas wagon yard anJ
store building at Third avenue and
CadJo street. Apply C. P. Hall at
Hall U mills' furniture store. S-tf
FOR RENT A nice suite of office
rooms ove' Randols store. R. W.
One Minute Cough Gue'C
For Couahsi Colds and Groirc
Sealed bids will be received In the
office of the undersigned until the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. Saturday the
Sth day of October 1904 for the erec-
tion of a two-story frame shinglo
roof plastered residence.
All bids must be accompanied with
a certified check for 100 made pay-
able to Byron Drew to be forfeited as
assessed should the successful contrac-
tor fall neglect ar refuse to make a
satisfactory bond within three days af-
ter belns notified that the contract has
been awarded to him.
T. W. MYALL & CO.
Are You Interested In Good Table Linens?
You Will Find Them at the ARDMORE DRY GOODS CO.
HERE is nothing which brightens up the dining room more than pretty linens. Even the most humble fare is
more palatable when eaten off of clean linen. GOOD LINENS do not necessarily carry with them HIGH PRICES. The secret of high prices is big profits.
Our Linens are all new and carry with them that crispy newness which is found only in the substantial grades. We believe in good Linens and were
therefore very careful in selecting this line in order to GET THE VERY BEST VALUES to be had for the money. We taKe pleasure in convincing' the
sKeptical. An examination of this line will reveal to you that our values are not surpassed nor our prices approached in the city.
Red Fig'ured Table Damask
tho -ii cent tfrrulo and good value for f A
price we are hi'lling at 1 L
56-inch Bleached Table DamasK
Fluor de Lis designs a good 153 cent
value our price only
58-inch Bleached Table DamasK
lilly design u iih 10 inch border very
pretty and good value OJL
04-inch Bleached Table DamasK
White Swan hrand. Pansy design ia
VI inch holder :i TiHf value our price 'JUL
66-inch Bleached Table DamasK
I'uru Lin-n and as r tty an Satin r A
Damask only uUL
58-inch Half Bleached Table DamasK
nice (I. sign no dressing soinu houses ) r
iret fine for tl i- irrndc our mice Jt)v
60-inch Half Bleached Table DamasK
no dressing good weight and worth i r
more than our price 4Uw
62-inch Half Bleached Table DamasK
only one piece of this to offer beauti if
ful design 10-Inch border only JOL
70-inch Half Bleached Table DamasK
hero is a special value and worth us-
ually 7fic yd we bought it right goes
70-inch Half Bleached DamasK
real Irish homespun and all pure lin-
en only one piece to offer see this
68-inch Pure Linen Bleached Satin
Damask with 10-inch drawn work border
this is one of the handsomest piec.es of
Table Linen ever shown in the city at the
price- worth anywhere SI .25 but our OCr
price to all alike OuL
We are showing one of the most beautiful
designs of Satin Damask with plain center
which we have over handled at the price
72-inches wide with 22-inch lloral border
has the style and quality of 2.00
linen our price only
Bleached Cotton Fringed Towels
3 pair for
Bleached Crochet Fringed Towels size
17x80 inch nicely finished
70-inch Pure Linen Bleached Satin
Damask 2 beautiful patterns worth
a dollar a yard our price
A very handsome Satin DamasK
fttir.il dehign with 11 -inch bordei
pure linen at only
Heavy Bleached Crochet Towels
size lSxJIS. an oxtnt value each
Unbleached TurKish Towels
fringed sixe 19x40 good nap each
Nice fringed Napkins 50 75
Bood Fold Napkins at only
Han Isoir.e Book Fold Linen and
Satin Damask Napkins 75c to
Unbleached Honoy Comb Fringed
Towels size 28 x -la n beauty j r
eeh . . . .. ilf
Beautiful Linen Towels all gr.:deS nr
and extra good values each 12 1-2 to D)C
'We Have no Mercerized Cotton Goods to Pass off on you as Satin DamasK'5
One Price KJfj Spot Gash
" ARDMORE'S FASTEST GROWING STORE "
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