The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 263, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 13, 1905 Page: 8 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday Sept. 13 1005
THE DAH.V ARDMOREIfK
j "WANTED- At ouco mi apprentice
filrl. MUs Collins' Millinery I'arlora.
WANTED A first-class caort order
cool; at once at ICahu's Cafo. Nono
but llrat-class need apply. G-tC
TOR IIUNT Two convenient Becond
lloor olllco rooms.
10-3 J. E. HAMILTON.
'FOR HUNT Tito old Frensloy prop-
. orty corner A street and 4th Ave.
N. V. Apply at B. Corlcw's resi-
(FOR SALE A two-room houso to be
i moved from lot. Apply Joo Weiss.
' J33 ICast Main St. Vi-n
FOR SALE Hrand Now Oliver lyp
writer No. 3. At liberal discount. An
. ply this olllco. lOtf
FOR SALE Nice Bontlo buggy mare
chenp. 0. A. Shumato at Madden
FOR SALE Bols iV arc spokes fel
lows and wagon material of all
Kinds any amount you want apply
by letter or In porson to K. N. Julian
Wapanuckn I. T. 17-lri
lvOST A Plain solid gold sleeve but
tu. Finder pleaBO return to I no
Dcst Hack Line in the City
TI10 linnet rulibnr-llruil car-
rlaeim meet all trUun. Nonn
hut nr.it-cl.iM trad w;intil
No Negroes Hauled
In my !W..
Oulj union lrlvif mpl ivM
T. E. CHOATE Prop.
Gives you cither High (iloss
or Domestic Finish
Watch for the
Telephone Number 10
Fresh and Cured Heats
Kansas City Meats
Tho nerve tonic for men and women
who havo that tlrod reeling run down
and need building up should try Man-nr-Vlne
B0 cents at City Drug Store.
T. O. CiMWell has resigned his for
mor position as bookkeeper with T. C7
..Randol and has accepted a similar po-
sition with Virgil Landrum the West
Main Stroct Grofor He lnvl'e-3 hU
friends In i Ulm a ' i w pjar
of business SI Im
of School Supplies-
Evtry yenrour triulo on school riupplios jt-aws larger. Stock
has grown .as fbt qr 'tester than tho trade wo that now wo
buy these Items ia 'extremely largo-quantities.- "
Many of the items of school supplios aro trilling taken stpn
rutoly; yet there is no reason why you should -not get most
and best for your money. Our largo stock affords the widest
possible choice and there is some saving on nlmostevorything
either better goods or a smaller price. Tablets will afford
a good illustration- You will find that In each instance you
will get bettor paper or more sheets for tho money than can
be had elsewhere. Same difference in almost ovary other
item of school supplies. Tho saving may be small but its
F. J. RAMSEY
Cor. Caddo S Main Sts.
copy Hit ht
BOOK SATCHELS FREE
It is our effort to please tho children in this aud all
other respects and so havo a very servieable Satchel for
them this year
Don't forget that School opens September 1 1th and
that we have the Books
J. B. WALL
P. S. Huylcr's Candies
Aw arii i
E ars happy to sdl
The U3er3 arc
tne small costs.
WE HAVE UHlE lEWLtHSME fiWiESlOV
HALL & HILL1S ;
III TRANSFER LI
Meets all train.
Makes private caJ&i
Everything new. but the
same old courteous treat-1
ment to all.
J L. WfL30lt
FREIOHT TR-iNSFER- AND '
Oiflco nt American Reetnanmt.
Fleildence Phons 72; 'Otflc Phom ri).
The pupils have all en
joyed an ideal vacation
and time is coming when
tho boys aud girls must
put fun aside and take
up the tame o tsooks
They will start th
term with new Vim and
liturgy But what will
bo most pleasing to them
is to know that they
i-au buy their books a"t
the "Old Sellable Booh
3tor" and get one of
arc Always Fresh
The learned is happy mture to explore
Thu fool is luppy lie knows no more.
Ntiif.onal Stoves and Ranges.
happy at results obtained and
1 haw quiii' i number if anplloa-
tfoijh from lount; own ani younsr la-
dtos who w.-mt to work: for . thlr
board and attend H-irgrvsv-1- college.
Any family dejlrlng to help worthy
lioyw nnd RlrU in this wiy will please
notify me at oace.
T. M. GROSS.
Wi employ oal skllle?! workmen In
our shop. 13
A. RDM ORB TAILORING COMPANi
Delu the full work In a business
manner by providing your farm with
s now Mltahell o'r'Ubllae wa?on.
BIVEN3. CORHN & FRENSLEY.
Our sploe are pure and worth doub-
le what w astt for them Use them
and your pickles anil preserve will
be" worth double what they ever were
10 K J.' RMoBY. Drui?in-
C.imertijr Work .Darts:
On nhorc notice. Cin- ittntni to your
.work at ouc Pcoae 170.
. W ' AJ- TACKBJTT
Cbatrnc'tor ajid' BuJUec.
What CJjn bj "Qjtte-?
On'o-'n of ill Pint-y tliui Ml i.mi-
v lar l at
SO J V 5K.If?WORTHS
- SroVES FRINGES
Raising Question of Jurtodlction
Tho United' States nttfirney general
has' rendered an Important derision on
a cltlzenship-cnsc vhlcli was. appealed
tllrect to the president- by Attorney
Titos. Norman of-this city. Jt Is the
tint cqurt claimant case ever report
ed to tho department which raises tho
question of tho Jurisdiction of the citi
zenship court In this cl.isa of cases.
Tho nppenl will result In the enrol-
tnent of Mrs. F.- K. Wei and bthor
court claimants. . who base their
claims to a khnre of the tribal lands
niul moneys on tho same .evidence v
I ho claimant Is of Choctaw descent.
sho applied to. the Choctaw author-
ities for enrolment and waa denied
tho case was appealed to tho Indian
ngont who recommended her admis-
sion which recommendation waa an
proved by the secretary of the Inter
ior. The claimant then applied to the
Dawes commission nnd was admitted.
Tho Choctaw nation nppcaled to the
United States court for tho Central
district which nfflrmed tho Judgment.
Tho citizenship court organized In
1902 annulled this Judgment and the
cause was transferred to that court
to be adjudicated. Tho court overrul-
ed a motion of dismissal nnd denied
her enrolment. Tho commission to the
five civilized tries deemed themselves
precluded from considering the case
by t no Judgment of tho citizenship
The attorney gencrnl ts of the opin
ion that tho commission has ample
Jurisdiction to examine Into the merits
of her claim aud that if her allegations
be true that- she Is entitled to ho en
The secretary of the Interior acting
upon this ruling has ordered the com-
mission to report on the case. Imme-
diately upon the receipt of such report
the secretary Is expected to take ac
tion favorable to the claimant.
If you claim citizenship rights nnd
arc. not on tho rolls or havo business
before tho Interior department write
ntnimllatcly to W. w. Wright regis-
tered nttornoy Corcoran building
Washington V. C. 21
Some Questions .Answered.
There are four ward white schoolw
There are twontv-flvo white teach
Especial stress will bo laid upon n
practical competent refined finish In
Common schools or Eighth grade.
Tho High school will fit for the best
colleges of tho East nnd est and
lietter still for life.
Tho rooms nre nil well furnished.
School rooms will bo as cosy nnd
nttrnctlvd as good homes.
Libraries will be found In every
room nnd building holding books
adapted to and usod In thnt grade.
There Is n Cnrnoglo Library with
In a hundred steps of the High school.
Moral atmosphere will prevail In
and nbout the whole work. High
school nnd Eighth grade will have dc
votlonal exercises in Carnegie Audi
Hoard can bo bad for ten or twelve
It will pay. to move Into the city for
educational advantages. You would
pay tuitions' If a temporary resident
yet save boatd and that Is tho expen
Tuition In the Grndes from -First to
Eighth Inclusive two dollars per
Tuitions In High School three dolfl
lars per month. Tuitions nre paynblo
Ardmore In Its social life Is ns re
fined' as may bo found anywhere l.lt-
ernry. Social and Fraternal clubs of
nil sorts flourish In nowcr.
Churches of all denominations are
Ardpiore claims as healthful silo as
any city of tho west. .
For any .Information further ca
ni'on or write to
Sup't of City Schools.
Ardmore I. T.
Our milts are guaranteed to (It.
lo Ardmore Tailoring. Co.
Sawyer or Marietta win com
a tent- meeting on tho cast
sldo of town Friday night Sept. 15th.
Baptist Sunday School Institute.
The Baptist churches ot Mullens As-
sociation are Invited to inept with the
church nt Volma. I. T on Saturday
November fl nnd 12 for the purpose
of orgnnl.lng a Sunday schoel insti-
tute. T. .1. LITTLE
Clerk Velma Church.
Mrs. Cat os Is now showing some pf
the new- winter ahnpo In ladles' tall-
ored hats nt Miss Col I Inn MlUinorv
Our now lino- of children's school
shoes havo arrived the host we nave
over hnd. 10
HAMILTON & CO'S SHOE STORE.
Redflold; & Haynle- write accident
and health policies that cant be equal-
ed In this city. IO C
All members of Washita Tribe No.
as Improved Order of Rcdnieh aro re-
quested to be present nt the wigwam
at S o'dock Wednesday night. There
aro several palefaces requesting nd-
mission to the tribe. Grand Junior
Sagamore Prevost of the Indian Ter-
rltory-wlll be present nnd a profitable
meeting U assured.
. J. F.- SON Sachem. '
For long term loans on the surplus
allotments of lnter-marrled Citizens)
write the American Investment Co.
Atoka. I. T.
. The finest cream parlor In tho rliv
I Halm's. lo-3
Undertaking and Embalming.
North of Ardmorelte North Washins
foa street Phone 311 and 133.
j You May
But if You Start a
Ardmore Loan & Trust Co.
Will Never Rerzret
Fire Tornado and Accident
Ardmore Loan iTrunt Dldc.
S. W. RITTER
Headquarters for all good things to eat. Albatross Flour
$1.50 a sack; Chickens S'2.50 to 3 per dozen; plenty of
Eggs and Buttor. Sweet and Sour Pickles galore.
W. J. BLEDSOE. Manager.
A Good Investment.
Seo mo and got a contract to sell
lots In Banquete Texas tho coming
city of Southern Texas. Twelvo good
L. U TYER Gen. Agt.
7-m Ardmore I. T.
'All WorK Guaranteed
Dr. A. J. SCHNEIDER Ref.D.
At Hotchkiss' Jewelry Store
200 acres of land all in cultiva-
tion near Springer. 50 acres
Caddo bottom land 5 miles from
Ardmore. 200 acres Washita
bottom land neir Mayesville
G room modern home S. W. part
of city S5 000.00
7 room house C Street N. W.
Choice residenco lot in S. V.
part of city $1250-00
Can locate you in any part of
city and pric-s to suit trie pur
8 per cent money loaned on in-
teriharried surplus and city
Ve write Insurance and make
bonds. Public Stenographer and
Notary in oftice.
Phone 470. Office 3rd door South
NEWLAND a KEMP.
GRAIN. FLOUR & FEED
Vp do a strictly Whole-
sale Grain Flour and Feed
business and solicit a share
of the trade of the mer-
chants and dealers of Ard-
more and surrounding
country. : :
We always pay the highest
market price for oats.
High grade Flour Bran
and other mill products are
our specialties and we
guarantee everything sold.
Warehouse at old Iron
Store building east of de-
Wholesale Grain Co.
W. F. Warren Mgr.
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes
Homer L. Boyd
Four Per Cent Interest
Seven large lots four' room
house well barn orchard
Three lots small house $450
Three lots three room house
Building Site Three larjro
lots (half block. ) This is a de-
sirable situation in S. W. part
of the city and fine building site
as it overlooks whole city.
0. M. REDFIELD.
David IlcdfloW John Itajnlo
REDFIELD $ HAYNIE
Licensed Embalmers and
Have liio l.ircent anil prettiest lino of pic-
ture inoulrilnes over seen In our'clty. A
tnutlfu! line of sheet pictures picture
frnuiOH mats clusi Vc.
HKX.T TO 1 O. 1MIO.N "7
Won DoVENY .
GarrCage Repair i .
niftcUninitlilnir Woodwork Paint
Trlinialii;' "oavjr forslnB and hors
120 B.Kt nru.iilwnv Ardrt-.o. I.T.
The Victor or the Alpine
Wrt havo thorn in all sizes
from sma'l Jowol Safes to
B.iuk and Court House Vaults
Prices Easy Terms Easy
Writo for catalog
3ro0 Ardmore i. t.
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