The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 134, Ed. 1, Sunday, April 16, 1905 Page: 5 of 8
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Ardmore Sunday April 16 1905.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Laid to Rest
III STANLEY R. BRUCE jJJ
INSURANCE AGENT fJJ
Hi Post Office Block Phone 224 IU
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The usual imia service will ba held
at the Catliollc church at 0 o'clock
thin morning. A cordial Invitation la
Central Baptist Church.
Her. .1. T. Bagwell recently called
to tho pastorate of the Central HnptUt
olnirch will preach In that chnrch to-
dny lit 1 1 a. in. and ton'ght at S o'clock.
All are Invited.
Services ni the Christian church tit
11 n. in. and S p. m'. Morning subjoc-
"Witnesses." Evening subject "A
Tender Invltnilon." All are made
.1. CLARENCE RE-AD IVstor.
First Presbyterian Church.
Tbo usual services will bo liuld to-
i day at 11 a. in. mill 7:45 n. in. Su.i-
ficliool 9:45 a. in Catechism olnts
I at. 3 n. in. Subject for thu evening
Ifcrvlco "Ksatt Ills .Marriage and
iHlrtlnislit." A cordial invitation Is
nxtondod to all.
CHAS. C. WKITH Pastor.
Firtt Daptlst Church.
Preaching morning and evening by
Rev. E. 1). Cameron. Sunday school
0 o'clock. 11. V. 1'. U. 2:30 p. in.
.Meeting will contlnuo all week ut
2:30 afternoon S in the owning gov-
ral conversions Inst week; expecting
.tlll bitter meeting this week. All
ifare made welcome.
J. I.. KELLER Pnstor.
The usual services will bo said In
rumps cnurcji taoay ai u a. m.
and 8 p. in. Sunday school a: 15 a. m
Tho Holy Etichnrlat will lie celebrate 1
C. t.t.M. . . . . ...
at 8 a. in. today.
This week belusi
'Mloly Wee);" there will lc a celebra
tion of the "Holy Eucbarlat" each day '
beginning with Monday at 10;30 a. ni..'
1 rrrTrrii i iii in i n i iw 1 1 imiiii
Woman's Chief Charm
If a beautiful and becoming hat. Woman's chief
pleasure this liastor is owning ono of our hats. Their
beauty and charm are unsurpassed.
MRS. M. E. SPURGEON
I N. COLEMAN
Fop WALL PAPER
except af.rda Frh.ay bring - Cinod
rrldny' ilu iistm! ihtce-.iour henlee
will be snld from 12 in. to 3 n. in.
F. A. Jt'NV. Hector.
Broadway Mathodlst Church.
Sunday school V 30 a. in. l'rmrtitns;
11 a. m. nnil s p. m. Junior league
2:80 p. m. Senior League 4 p. m.
This Is the beginning of a 6r.Vs or
revival services which will last sev-j
oral weeks. Rev. C. H. Ooudnrd re
la expected Tit-'-
tiny anil will take charge of the me'jt
lugs. All are cordially Invited to at
tend nnd tnke irt in these services.
S. F. (lOnOAHl) Pastor.
Seo tlie Htrawburry diHplay . HiIh
morning Stiiidny at K. II. I'tiglt'x.
Order Eastern Star.
The Onler of Kastern Star will
meet In called seH.siun Monday night
In MnNonlc Temple.
FANNIE SACRA Worthy Matron.
Andrew thu little son of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. A. Drain who has been quite
H.'ck with bronchial pneumonia Ik re-
ported to be doing as well as could be
Law & Kennon point house numbeiH.)
Call at 200 We.t Main street. 'Phono
lwrenco Sprccklemeyer. who lias'
bco.i confiued to bis room for the past
few days with Illness was reported
Improved yesterday aud It Is thought
lie will be on the streets In a day or'
Haudnome. roomy and Ico savers.
Kearney will sell them to you right.
For Sale. ' .
An Edison PhonoKr.mli nnd six doz.
on records wTHI case. Abo cigar case
at a bargain. Sea Cyrus Pye.it t at
Cold Storage Market.
Parisian Models and
many Beautiful Models
from our own workroom
Swell lino of Ladies
Misses and Childreus
Ready to Wear Goods
N. Washington St.
I. N Tiiimun In- ii mncci to Lebn
e. n i. uk
went m Oklahoma fit)
Win. Alunscsholim'r was In (lie city
O. T. (5rgiiry Is In Qkkinonm City
Deputy llurgom or AltirtettH wn In
tlie city yesterday.
.1 .1. Dnhh retttniwl lo hu homo In
Sulphur yesterday. '
Mrs. C. R. JtoWltt has nrtuniBd from
a pluiiant visit to Mitillll.
'I. I'. Smith return to his home
In Muskoaeo yestewln.
Jrm. T Smith .r ... w
yesterday rtt route home.
W. I'. RotlrlaiMl of Tlshomlnm won
her.- aud attended the Blks' ball.
Kd Itlnger of Chlekasha Is In t ai-
rily shaking hands with his friends.
.1. IL Sykes after spending I'rhtay
In the city returned to .Muskofm.
J. 1. WrtttllL tnivellnr msscntrsr
ngetit of Hut Hniiln I'.- u-aa
I'. V. Hnbb cHMhit r of the Southern
Xiulonal Hank or Wynnewootl was
j hero yesterday.
Dr. Rogers or Oklahoma City was
I licit' yesterday the guest of l. I..
Roy (Irejii hut gone to New ()rluiiu
whsre lie will visit and ho will go from
there to St. I.ontti on n visit.
Cliai. Himscll forinerly an employe
of tbo fa'untu Ke here lint now worltlng
for tli-j conipany In Temple Is In the
('. I). Burrows prenlileni of the
Aiuurlcan National liauk of TiMiouiln-
go. was here for the Klkx' reception
dipt. IL .1. Wilson of HiiMsollvllle
Ark. a member of the alloc linn of
llninlltou &. Co. of this city. Is here
uinkltig a brier visit with Air. and Mm.
f M Ua Kerfot & Miller
goods house of Ukla-
was u business visitor lo
Ardmore yesterday. Ho states Hat
I his house does a big business throlgM.'
out Indian Territory.
Mrs. At. E. Spurgeon. who lias been
111 for seoral days and who at one
tiiui) was thought to be In a aarlous
condition was reported somewhat Im-
proved yesterday and It Is thought that
sbo Is out of danger. Her brother. .1.
II. Ferguson of McKlnnov. Texas Is
i Frcsli shipments received dally at
! ltMm E. R. PUGH'S.
Friday April 21 at 2 o'clock the
ladle. of tlie C. P. church will open
their leister Bazaar In the millinery
parlors of Airs. AI. E. Spurgeon. They
will have on display iiMtiy dainty ar-
ticles nlso aprons and bonnets. Cake
and cream will be served at 1.1 cents
The land ofllce wns eiitertninsd at
tho lake yesterday and a most delight
ful time was spent.' The party went
in surrles nnd returned to the city
about ii o'clock last evening.
Kresli strawberries dally at
CITY FISH MARKET
Tho huntlng'party departed-yesterday
morning over the Frisco for tlie
saruu prebcrve in the Choctaw Nation
whero several days will bo spent. Tho
sportsmen go well equipped nnd pro-
pared to kill big game nnd they ox-
pect iiomo good sport in the moun-
tains. Remember that next Sundny Is
Easter and everyone must have a now
bonnet. Alias Russell Slilnholser has
tho prettiest assortment In tho city.
Sec thou tills week?
A largo number of applications are
being made to tho commission here
for tho enrollment or children who are
entitled to citizenship In accordance
with an act of congress. Several per-
sons camo In rrom Tishomingo and
other places during tlie past wool; to
tako advanuige of the law. The work
here goes steadily ou ami thore Is
plenty to do.
Tho opening of spring Is tho begin-
ning or refrigerator neods nnd tho
purchnso of tho kind Unit Weeks
Bros handle U tho ond or preserva-
tion troubles. WEEKS 11ROS.
Practical Tinners and Plumbera
Capt. John C West of thu Indiun
police forco Is here. Ho says that
the reported uprising or Indians near
Conway In Ida oplulon will not
amount to anything and he does not
look for trouble In that section. Ho
sayB that a row disgruntled Indlaim
now aud then grow dlsititlsfled and
want to rebel but that they are ea3lly
All that was mortal of Hoot. II.
j West wan laid to n ut yesterday in
Hoi Hill cemetery. The pall benrern
i were ulectol from the Knights 0f
Pythias. Confederate Veterans and
Hodmen 'hie remains were conveyed
from tin W. H. Hynn home to llroad-
way M. U. church yejterdny morning
at 10 o'clock Rev. S. F. (loddurd con-
ditctod the religious rltea. When be
had finished Col. Ktlllwell II. Hussoll
mill .Itidge C. I.. Herbert each nin.l..
brlor talks In which they referred to'
.Indue West as Inning been an honor-'
ablo niemher of the Aiilmoro bar and '
(loiitortHl his death. Judge West was'
an nethc member of the metliodlst '
Aftr the nmatns reached the ceme
lty Jo. M. Uindon olflHalml for Myr
I tie LiHlgp No. 7 Kulabts of Pvthtm.
sammnuing the grave were member.
of the church to which he wa d -vol
d. member of the liar Association
by which he was held In high esteem.
nrowuers or fraternal societies who
were doing for him whai lie had prom
Iswrno do for them hud' they been mil
wl first by the messenger or deuih.
mid grsy-IiMlred veterans who xlum d
with him Ihj rort tines of war Also
a lnother who resides In Dallas wns
tlisro toxi-tlier with n host of frU nils
of tlio deceased.
Last Sundny Judge We.t was enj.
lug life today bis remains He In th
silent city of tlie dead.
Evory wl.Uh In screen wire and aii
sixes In ncrcen doors at Week's llrot...
PrncMcnl Tinners nnd Plumbers.
Cold Slonige market for tlie best
moiits prompt and courteous treat-
ment to all. Cycus Pyuatt innnnger.
Tho wedding of Air. Will Stewart
and AUss Clara Tucker was soli-mnlxee
at the lesldcnee of the bride's mother
Airs. F. A. Tucker and was attended
by the lamlly and a few friends only.
The groom U a oung man of excel-
lent character and business nUnln.
niPiittj mid is at preteni employed in
Chicago. He fjinierly resided here J
and has quite? a number of friends in
the city- AIIsh Tucker was one of Ard-'
nioro'H.niost estimable young ladles nnd '
Is held In high esteem by her many'?
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im-iius mm u (luminance.! .miss Uinra
has u pleasing dlbputitlon and lins thu
happy. (acuity of making and retaining
friends' who wish for her much sue
cess unci happiness. Tho couple will
reside)! In Chicago. The Ardmorelte
extends the best of wlslu-s to Alr and
A meeting of tho civic ominlttci
will be held Tuesday afternoon at -l
Airs. Aloran Scott Is reported ipilte
Carurul rrusb meat buyers will
do well to rcmembur Tucker's murkc
for meat supplies for home cooking.
I lie thermometer fell several de-
grees Saturday morning and the
weather was quite chilly resembling
a touch of winter. Overcoats were
comroi'tnble while lire were quite
Every width in screen wire mid all
sizes In bcreeu doors at Week's linn.
Practical Tinners aud Plumbers.
A large quuntlty of cotton was mnr
ketcd yesterday und there seems to bo
an active demand for tho sale of the
Refrigerators and lawn mowers tho
best ou earth nt Weeks llros. Practical
Tinners and Plumbers.
Forecast Oklahoma City and vicin-
ity Partly cloudy Sunday. Colder
New Orleans forecast coldur Sat
urday night with frost and prolnhly
freezing In exposed localities. Sunday
fair and not so cold.
Refrigerators nnd Inwn mowers the
best on earth at Woeks llros. Practical
Tinners and Plumbers.
The argument that 0. D. Davis wish-
es to n"or In favor of his work Is
that It Ii cheaper to havo cleaning
pressing and repairing done right than
it Is to be satlslliHl wUh Inferior work.
If you buy your spraying maturlals
hero you will bo Miry to get the best
HI F. .1. RAAISEY Druggist.
Tho labor of house-cleaning can be
greatly lessened by using borax uui-
tnonli elc. Tho best or these house-
hold drugs aud all Ituect destroyers
at F. J. Ramsey's. 1C
l-'t utriflll your screen door nnd
screen wire needs. Weeks Ilroa Prac
tical Tinners nnd Plumbers.
SLIPPERS and OXFORDS
Arc now here. The latest things in patent
kid Bluehcr and Gibson ties witli tasselcd laces.
Call and see them.
LYNN THE SHOE MAN.
you may need something
in this line or in the
209 West Main Street.
Tlie orchestra which furnlshod tho
music at tlie Elks' affnlr has been en
gaged by tlie Park hotel at Sulphur for
tho soason nnd It will contrlL'.itu large-
ly to the entertainment of the guests.
Tho hotel is limiting prepai jtions for
a big crowd this Hummer.
Manager Hamilton of tho (iiithrle
club returned to that city last night.
Ho would not glvo out anything ror
piihllrnt!on concerning his plans. It
Is nt known whether lie will bring Ike
Outhrl- iifim here to train. It U prob-
able tint the club will go to 'inxas for
u.i wave Keacnes Mariow.
Alurlow 1. T April 15. The oil
wavo Is moving southward In the In-1
dlnn Territory. A prominent St UuUs
capitalist aud oil man hat been Inter
eslod In tho development of their part
of thtj territory. li-o!mnJary vste-r
liavo already been taken In tho way
or securing tho necessary lease. and
about ISO acren havo already boon plac
ed utider loxso and moro will follow.
Thoro nrii many Indications that oil
crxlttB In abundant quantities at and
surrounding this point nnd as Boon
na things can bo arranged work will
bogln. This city has already felt tho
stimulating effect of this movement.
Let us fill your screen door and
screen wlro needs. Wooks Droa Prnc
jtloal Tinners and Plumbers.
On DISPLAY after MONDAY
Thursday and Friday I will
lit' pleased to show you a now
Children's Huts and all kinds
4 ). 4-l-t- 126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.4
If so it will pay you to
lk'tiro with us before
itiyin Wo. have the
llnost lino of
in tin- eity tit )riees that
The soda wo soli has
enough sweetness nnd
general "You'll like me"
qualities to recommend
itself to all who tnstoand
test it. Onee 11 user ill
ways a user is distinctly
true of the plain and ico
cream soda water sold by
Open 6 a. m. to
12 Every Night
The constitution of the Lincoln club
provides for tho election or oIIIcom
on tho ISth of April each year. Notice
Is hereby given that on thu night of
April IS at tho court house In Ardmoro
there will be a sppcinl meeting of tho
Lincoln club for the purposo of elcci.
Ing oincora for tho ensuing year. All
monibors of tho club nro oaruestly rc-
quoHtml to be present.
T. N. ROI1NETT.
Pine salve acts llko .1 poultice. Best
thing In tho world for bolls burna
cracked hands totter otc. Sold by
City Drug Store.
I Get a Sewing Machine.
1 havo on hand a number of second-
had sewing machines which I will soli
on a strict guarantee from 0110 to nvo
years on terms to suit purchasers at
prices ranging from ij to $2G. Call
and sso tor yourself. At Singer Sew.
Ing machine office.
7d-wlm JOHN N. MORGAN.
Ono mrrul horse about IS! hands
high branded1 X on left shoulder K
on left hip about S or 9 years ohl.
Ownor can li ivo property by jirovlnff
samo and paying for thl ad.
21 Cor 0 St.. unit 14th Ave. N. K.
Clean whlto raga wanted
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