The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 294, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 19, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY A-DMORUTE.
Ardmore Wednesday October 19.
ttijc pniln SUDmorcilc
SIDNEY SUGGS. Proprietor.
auterod at the i'ostolhce at Ardmore
as Second -class Mall Matter.
November 2 1833.
Published evory afternoon (except
8etuniiy and Sunday morning.
Offlco of publication North Wash-
I)) you see that little woman her
face furrowed not to much by ago as
with the brand of sorrow? Krom that
uad expression on her face you would
not think that hupidness over thrilled
h-r heart but It has. Unten and we
will tell you the brief though nd
Many years ao shu lived In a hap
py home Mother and father sister and
Liother wore theru. All tho necessar-
ies tho comforts and many of the
luxuries woro hers. Hut surrounded
as the was with plenty of this world's
'goods and dwelllnK though she did In
. happy home her girlish heart was
With Iap Year only two mon h. j fof 1 Qf
and n hail to yei run. eyi-mi unmn
j ivp nf f n
1 y J - y J 1 - J Vjll
Ardmore Wednesday October 19.
A SAD PICTURE.
un pi Re mint art- eminent.
The husband of the woman that can
cook good soup always believe nway
down In the bottom of tils bean that
sho will go to heaven.
Afiin the Information is given out
tlmt the Baltic fleet has sailed and Its
mhwlon will be fulfilled when It falls
Into the hands f the Japs.
In time the American people may
find It necessary to do away with the
"franking privilege" In self-defense. It
It just about as dangerous as the free
Tlio plan to electrocute Ohio murder-
ers by clockwork will not entirely ro-
llovb the warden of a painful duty. It
will still remain for him to fix tlio
clock of the condemned man.
A regular nnny officer reports to
the aocrulury of war that bad wbltky
inflames the troops. Tlio United
Status army seems to be keeping P
with the scientific world In discoveries.
Harper's Weekly Insists that "Thoie
cnit't Ito two Uoosevelts at Mr. Carl I equal companion
Knhnrv .if lnr.K lu-raiise. If there wore her ardent love caused her to bocomo
tho other one would have been noinlnferer more dependent wlillo his lovo
nlnl for vice president. 'seemed to wane and ho did not np-
jprecinto and reciprocate her love ns
The JnpnneBe claim that the Kosslnti j10 should. Still she trusted him. One
loxsos In the big light that has been day ho nsked her to sign n pupor
In progress for tho past several days j which slio did without ever reading It
will exceed 10000. Such figures ns f(r nw had absolute itmlldenco In
these serve to remind us of tho truth iim.
or the Sherman definition of war. in a fuvv days what did that paper
- r turn out to be but nn Ingenious op-
It has come to pass that every time plu.ntIol for divorce! Still sho loved
tho bears on Wnll street send word to nm tQ Vorce was granted with-
the farmers that cotton Is sure to fall mt n)y )rotost from tl0 broken-heart-In
price they haul Ihe bales from the j mtlo woman
gin and throw them over In the lt Rono t )(llPr cllmts l0
where they will Keep until a belter pr0SB otKr nIg deceitful ones.
tlmc- Sad melancholy broken-hearted! she
Mill exists In this dark world. The
fond hop- of her young womnnhood
l ave been blighted forever!
Header are you Inspired when we
tell you that the abvjve-referrod-to
broken-hearted lady lives In HonhamT
She does. What a sad picture! Don-
being the mistress of n little homo
bere she could happily dwell with
the one she loved dearest. One tho
he came. As tbe week and months
went by ho saw that she jpotseaaed a
Brent many of the graces of his Ideal
woman. She was Intelligent swotrt
tempered of a trusting and slinging
disposition. possesses a Christian char-
acter and withal a face that was fair
indeed to look upon.
Ity his manly conduct ami by bis
devoted attention to her he succeed-
ed In winning her heart and they
were married "as is the usual way."
Together they lived happily forj
months and years. She Inborod con-
stantly for him because sho loved him
pAMlonntely. In fact she was of such
a clinging disposition and lovou him so
doatly that sho beenmo his slave. So
unrllcitly did tlio trust him that sho
looked up to him rather than consid-
ered him as only hor equal and on tho
same plnno with her. Unconsciously
twrlfaps. he. too. began to con-
sider hlmseir above his wife nnd to
rather look down upon her as being u
mere weak dependent rather than an
As weeks went by
Candidate Davis is In no way weak-
ened by his remarkable campaign
hit voice has failed him to some ex-
tent he being unaccustomed to speak-
ing but hU hands are in good shape
for grasping and his fingers can still
wield a pen If a check Is necessary.
It Is the diversifying farmer wbo Is
holding his cotton for a better price
lie may not get It but be will have
tbe pleasure of knowing that ho exer-
cised his own Judgment a thing farm-
ers have been deprived of doing here-
tofore under the one-crop policy.
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: TELEPHONE NEWS.
Several of our ieople went to
Oalnesvllle today to attend the street
A big rain fetl here last night but
It It cool and clear today and tbe
street fair Is In a nourishing condi-
tion. There are lots of people here.
A big niln Inst night but the weather
Is lino today.
Joe Attorberry a fnrmer who re-
sided near this place died yesterday
of heart failure. He wan a man about
ID yeurs of ago and leaves n large fam-
ily. A very heavy rain visited this sec-
tion last night but no very bad effects
to the crops will result as It
lx clear and bright today.
Wllllu Ho wo wax among thoao who
went to attend Hlngllng Bros circus
W. I.. (Sreon went to Ardmore yes-
W. I. Ilurney nnd C. Mastors of
tho township commission forco are
here today suVIng town lots. There
are a good many people bidding on tho
J. .M. ltobberson is 'on the sick list.
To the Ardmorelte.
Mnrlow I. T.. Oct. IS It is csib
mated that the cotton crop of this
lclnlty Is nbout one-third marketed
Some farmers have marketed ocr half
and many have not been nblo to get
out one-fourth of their cotton.
Both gins at this place to date have
ginned about 1350 bales of cotton and
place the ostlmate at one-third what
will be tho year's work with them.
Last season we had In all about 1500
bnlea. Much of tho cotton Is yet un-
opened. Marlow olaims tho chomplon cotton
picker of tho south (lusslo Couch a
6-year-old son of one of our farmers
celebrated his birthday a few days
since by picking 101 pounds of the
fleecy staple. This was dono In a
field where the cotton was rather
bard to got at.
Wheat Is "doing well In Comnncho
crunty west of us but some say tho
wheat Is In need of rain. A vory short
crop of wheat wns raised this year
but protects so far seem very favor-
sble to a good crop.
A good crop of corn has boon raised
this year with us.
BONDS Of All KINDS
Over First National
Suits .... $13.50 )
$12.50 1 and up
$ 3.50 j
Our woolens are tho latent doOyns our workmanship firs t-
clnes and tit guaranteed. Wo also do cleaning ilyolng and press-
ing. Ladles' work a specialty. Wo Invite jou to call.
Ardmore Tailoring Co.
J. Kahn's Old Stand South Side Main Street
Celery at Kahn's.
Muskogee a Territory Town Which
Flushes Its Gutters With Whisky.
Muskogee I. T.. Oct. 18. Deputy
marshals spilled a large quantity of
whisky here last night that represented
three captures made yesterday. In
the forenoon Deputy Lodbetter took
eleven gallons off tho trucks nt one of
the express offices. Iast night nbout
!) o'clock Commissioner Ieekloy as-
sistant Prosecuting Attorney Klstler
and Office Deputy Handle went to
Cor ret n and cuptuted n trunk which
contained a barrol vf whisky trn gal-
lons. About 11 o'clock last .night
Deputies Adams Lodbetter and
j O'Hrlen came in from Wagoner hav
ing in charge a negro charged with
Introducing and with him they brought
his trunk which had In It fifty-eight
quarts of wisky. The three captures
' were destroyed In front of the court
' house nbout ml'lnlght and ns the liq-
uor ran down the gutter several no-
' groes nnxlotts for a drink dipped In
their lints and one or two got so drunk
they hud to be locked up.
Foloy's Honey nnd Tar cures coughs
and colds and prevents pneumonia. '
Take no substitute. Homier & Bonner.
aflRH'a Early Risers
Tli c famous littlo dIIIsi
WANTBD Position ly an experienced
and competent book-keoper; have
also had severnl years' experience In
merchandise business. Qllt-cdge
teferontes. Address "Uook-keeper"
care Ardmorelte. 19-1
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Kew weeks completes. Can nearly
earn expenses before finishing. Top
wages paid graduates. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler Harbor College
St. IxhiIb Mo. 17-Ct.
FOR THADK Harness nnd buggy Tor
heater on stovo wood. Apply nt
Ardmorelte office. A bargain. 12 tt
WANTBD Clenn old rags at this
LOST A purse containing about $13
and fcomc pictures. Small purse In-
side tho large one containing $10
bill. Kinder please return same .o
this olllce uud get reward. 18-3t
WANTED To paint your house and
hang your wall paper. Am a practi-
cal painter nnd paper hauger. Noth-
ing but .'lrst-class work done from
tho cheapest to tho best. If you
want mo address Lock box 7C nnd I
will call on you at once and glvei
you my figures. Address Box 7u
Painter nnd Paper Hangor. 14-lm
LOST Oil STOLEN Whllo ovlowing
Kingllngs' parade a lady's gold
watch and clasp pin with Initials.
Liberal reward to finder at Ardmoro-
Ite office. 17-tf
Plnesalve acts like a poultice. Sold
by City Drug Store.
WANTED To ropuir your watoncs
clocks and jewelry. Mainsprings
7Cc; cleaning 75c; hairspring 75c;
jewels 75c; crystal 15c; balance
staff ?1. Wo arc going to ostab-
llsh a good business and cut prices
to convince you that wo know our
business. Miller's Loan Office 135
Main street; 21-d&w-lm
KOH KENT FuTnTshcrooms nt 221
Broadway. Mrs. Cross. 14-tf
FOII KENT A nice sulto of office
rooms ovc- Handols store. H. W.
ARDMORE ABSTRACT GO
W. S. WQLVERTON & SON MGRS.
Delia Alexander to Etl Byrd;
onnxKlerntlOfi S2U.00; 10 mros of Sec.
32. T 1 S it 2 H; deed.
S. J IYy to C B. Smith; 5
vear lease; 0001(10' Ion $:01."i.23;
part" of Sees. 2r Htitl .'10 In 3 K 1
E at" Diirt-i of Seen. 30 nnd 31 In T
3 S II 2 E.
Mrs. Unmet Pace to F. M.
Fox; fi vnnr 'face; conoldernMon
1200.00;110 acres ol Sec. 12 T 3 S
It 1 K
Bronchitis for Twenty Years.
Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville III.
writes; "I had bronchitis for twen-
ty years and never got relief until I
used Foley's Honey and Tar which Is
a sure euro." Bonner & Bonner.
ELY FREE TO YOU
We are Continually Studying the Interest of our Customers and we let no Good Thing Escape us
Best Goods Newest Styles Dependable Merchandise
TO :: BE HAD :: ARE CONSTANTLY :: COMING :: TO :: OUR :: STORE
Besides giving the people the benefit of prices which no other house in Ardmore gives them we are constantly
adding more inducements. Our SCHOLARSHIP to be given away on November 19lh will be a lasling benefit to
some deserving girl or boy. This Scholarship is worth S75.00 in cold cash and will be a life-time hmeftt to the
lucKy one who receives it. Everv cent spent in our house entitles you to a vote and costs you notjja penny extra.
Our Latest Achievement
in tin way f inducements is something
worth your while to consider. We have
secured from the factory a
Beautiful Line of
Willow RocKing Chairs
which we propose to give away to our cus-
tomers. These handsome chairs are now
displayed in our west window where you can
examine their merits. I'nlike the i-henp
makeshifts usually offered they are strong
sightly and substantial.
HERE IS OUK PLAN
With each chair there is a coupon booll
every book a different color. With every 25
cent purchase you get a coupon and when all
the coupon are piven out we open tho sealed
coupon on back of book the person holding
number corresponding with this one which
comes sealed gets one of these handsome
The lucky numbers will be given in this
space each week. Keep 3'our eye here. You
may be the fortunate one.
These chairs do not cost our customers one
cent. We sell you honest dependable goods
for less money than you can buy them else-
where and give you these elegant chairs
We want your trade and are not afraid to
spend time patience and money to get it.
Our Fall Stock is not surpassed in the
city. We court comparison of prices and
Price elsewhere then price here.
"Ardmore's Fastest Growing Store".
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