The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 7, Ed. 1, Sunday, May 27, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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Ardrr.cre Sunday May 27 1906.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
That will be Appreciated by the Graduate
Handsome line of Diamonds In Rings and Brooches. Toilet
Sets Pans Watches. Waist Sets Celts Duckies ami Puis;
Bracelets Neck Chains Fobs. Etc
WALTER C. DEAN
Jeweler and Optician Fine Watch Repairing
44- 4 4-4-- --M- 4"M-4-
I ALL UNTRIMMED HATS THIS $
WEEK AT COST
MORGAN & TATUM
Wear the Best; It Costs No More
t'nln l.abl. t'p-to-Datr uoolrn. flnrrantred Trltmalntr
(1ET US MAKE YOVK CLOTH RH
jf Ardmore Tailoring Company
111 North Wahlncton St.
J SO. COONKR. rru.
Reoorte cf Keal Esia'e Mm.
According to rejmrts of the real os-
tatc men or Ardiroro miph It's farm
lands are being hoM In the Chickasaw
nation thin for some tln'o ptevlous
yet tho money changlnc hands for
land nt the prosont tlmu Is greater
than ever beforo
I Tho smnll number cf dealt I ac-
counted for by the real otnto men an
being thi unceialnty ol legislation
for the torrltory whllo the rapidly rls-
Int; prices .arc caused by the nnturnl
tcarclty of saleable land and tnc fact
that tho country is rapidly filling with
progressive farmers who fully under-
stand the worth of this rich sell.
Mr. Emanuel Lowonstoln's pupils
will he heird In a recital nt the Pres-
byterian church Thursday night nt 8
o'clock. The public U Invited. ?7dsw
A nlco lino of Jnrdlncors just re-
ceived at Nickel Store and China:
Dally Ardmorclte 60c per month.
It's Jolly Cold
oral that'i" how I-'o Cream khnuM
In-. Doctor nuKVkt cixillni; tliH
trmpvraiure In hot wvnther vlh
Iceaaudc oilnt; drink.
Ice Cream Unsurpassed
Use wo tervr bent thrtn all for
thla uriote. riron In of nn ir
nlntc or tr time nnd try It You
win iji) nway feeling holier and
thank u (or the ui.'Kri'tlon.
G. V. SEGALE
will bo giv Thur?5ny Mty 31
Friday Juno 1 and Saturday
June 2 of next week. Don't fall
to sco It. A view of tho wr rk of
tho natural elements for 10c
For Carriage or Baggage
ARDMORE TRANSFER CO.
W. R. INGRAM Mrfr.
T. N. COLEMAN
The City Druggist
Phone 4 109 West Maia
V.'u uu On aq! .g tlfpalrlnj: .0.) PrrMlnir
Olrphone No. 116
1 . -j-
Mrs. .'Dean Entertains.
Mrst W. C. Dean entertained Frl
day evening In honor of her gtietf
Mrs. McUnth of Memphis
) The rooms weic hands mclj deco-
rated with chrysnnthemu.nB and tho
' appropriate corresponding colors
while the fraganco of hot house plants
permeatel the plr.
I The dinner consist.' g" A ten
courses was p.trtlclintet In hv tho
following guests; Mr. nnd Mrs. E. 13.
Oulllot Misses O'Noll lt d Mul'ons
Messrs. Charley Cartor V. J Cas
sady Frank Scanolder J S. Gibson
and Arthur Slnc.alr.
Sec the display of $1.00 shirts for
Complaint Is coming In to mo every
day about stock being tied across
streets and alleys This Is n violation
I of tho law nnd you must stop it or
else abide tho consequences.
1 BUCK GARRETT
23-2 Chief 3f Police.
Train lenves Ardmore 7 a m.
Returning leaves Milburn
W. A. DASHIELL T. A.
J W. A. PRIDE
I "77ie Tinner." I
ii n DDinc t. o..r.
it. n rniuk inc nuuicr H
puis on Roofs that are Guaran-
teed. First Class Plumbers In
connection and do repairing of
A One 3-room bouie and lot A afreet N.
T Nrw8-romhnoe. cloe In rlrrtrlo
J llvbta ilty wilier bth .. IiUh
J4-room bonte 2 Urea lnt burn clone
tn ncbool and oullrtre. hall culi. hnl-
j. anceonnaod twujeari i;do
i- 3-room bousp. cloe In. hilf caib hal-
iince monthly payments .. nwo
lletlrahle urniierty (or nalo and rent
j- In all parti of city
KEMP a ROLLINS
Office 3d door aooth of P.O Pbovr :o 4
C R UP R'Yl
: Ardmore I. T.
C. II. McFarlnnd of Mndlll was In
C. 11. Aldrlch of Mannsvllle was In
the city yesterdny.
John Law Is In the city from Pauls
Valley to spend Sunday.
Bit-Deputy Marshal Ed House of
D.ivls was In tho city yostcrday.
Dr. L. U. Ilrown has ielurnHl from
a professional trip to Dougherty.
W. F. Ilnrter hailing from tho town
of Dtirnnt. Is a guest In tho city.
Frank Hill one of the city fathers
of Marietta was In the city yesterday.
Anderson lloyd has returned from
a vMt with relatives at Mill Creek.
MJ. V. W. Trunk Is spendius bun
day with his family In tlia city from
V. A. Salmon of Waiwnuckn n
rgiterel at tlie Wblttlnglon yester
S. II. Mercer and family of Madlll
were in the city yesterday en route
Sam O. Thompson of South McAlos
lw wns in th city ywtenlay talking
Portsr Burhwirt of the Chlckasnw
Lumber Co. of Ilenvyn Is In the city
to spend Sunday.
Mrs. A. II. Carter of Terrell Toxas
s In the city the guost of her s4stor
Mrs. C. B. Carter.
.1. C. Graham came In yesterday
afternoon from Marietta to spend
Sunday In the city.
Jacob C. Good a land mnn of Chick-
asha Is In the city en route to Mar
ietta on a land deal
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. II. Iovo have re
turned from a visit with friends In
Texns for several days.
J. T. Hums came In Friday after
noon from a business trip to Gaines
vllle nnd other ikiIiiIh In Texas.
John S. Hammor office deputy nl tho
u. S. marshal's oinco left yesteidny
for Gainesville on olllclnl business.
V. It. WIIkoii flold deputy marshal
at Marietta camo In yesterday to at
tond to business nt tho main cmco.
H. T. Kuthorford of tho B B. Gul'
lot Stock Exchange. ldt vcterlity
for Sulphur to spend several davs.
Harry L. Plerson one of the bril
liant lawyers of Tishomingo wbr a
sojourner In the metropolis yestor
J. C. Murphy nnd John who
nnve been In the city for erml
days left yestordny for their home at
Ash Douglas. Jim Weeks and ioV'
ernl other left Friday afternoon for
Oil Springe to spoud geveru days fish
ii.g nnd hunting.
Harvey Johnson the laud man. re
turned yesterdny morning from a
trip to MusKogeo on mnttors pertain
Dig to bis profession.
John M. Hlley ofilco deputy !n tho
V S. marsriai s ofilco hore. come In
from Pauls Valley yesterday whore ho
has been attending court.
Ilobort Ivowdon enmo In yesterday
nfternoon from Fort Worth Toxas to
spend some tlmo with his slstor Mrs.
J. N. Dodson and family.
V A. Tweed traveling ronrosentn
tlvo for tho Ardmoro Wholesnlo Gro
eery Co. left yosterdny for Kansas
City Mo. accompanied by his daugh-
ter Mrs. Jim Stonum where thoy will
.1. Frank Atlnms was in tho city
yesterday from Aylosworth on bus
iness. Mr. Adams Is a momber of
the A. F. Adams & Son conoral mer
chandise company of that placo.
Mlseos Thadle Jamos and DMss Car-
lew hnvo returned from Fulton Mo.
where they hnvo boon nllondlng the
William Woods collego to spend th
summer with their parents Mr. nnd
Mrs. Arthur Jnmos and .Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. Corlew.
Miss Virginia Hrooks. who lint held
tho iKisltlon of tenchor In the fourth
ward of tho public schools for tho
past term of school loft today for her
home nt Oklahotnn City.
Mrs. 0. W. Cokor and Miss Lillian
Suggs who hnvo boon In tho city vis-
iting relative returnod to Uorwin
today accompanied by Miss Vera
OIlvo who will spend n few days
Francis J. Waslka Jr. and Harry
Wolff of Oklahoma City came down
Friday aftornoon and nlnjod In tho
select orchestra which furnished mu
sic for tho High School exercises Fri-
Mrs. A. J. Foster nnd dnuchtor.
Mli.s Ouda havo returned to trior
homo at Dorwyn. Mlfs Fostpr has
been attending High School In this
city nnd wns among tho graduates of
thnt school who were presented with
diplomas Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham are In
the city from Comanche spending n
few days with Mrs. Graham'H naronfs
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dlako and ilso I"
attend the commencement exeicise;
of the Public Schools. Thev will rt
tuin to their homo soon accompanied
by Miss Freda their dauglitei win
Y?z been nttendlng school at this
CAPE JA8MINE BUDS. 1
Fur sale at E. D. PugVs. East Main
street Jtone 79. . 25-4
CITY'S BONDS APPROVED.
Telejjram From Mayor Dick to That
City Clerk 0. II. Ilnice received
n telegram yosterday nfternoon r.om
Mayor It. W. Dick dated Chicago. May
! statins Hint the bonds of the city
of Ardniort hare been nppproved by tho
secretary of the Interior nnd that he
and Mrs. Dick would stnrt for homo
yesterday nfternoon. The bonda ap
proved by the secretary agijiogate
12oooo. tho money from the sale of
which Is to bo used In the construe
lion of two new school buildings nnd
on the extension of the watcrrorks
and sewer systems of tho city. Tho
bonds woro voted by tho citizens of
Ardmore on April 7th and their h-
proval by the secretary of the Interior
lias been nwnlteil anxiously by Aril
more eople who are eager thM work
tin these Improvements begin. Mr.
Dick's teiegram Is received with srnl-
lrtlon by ue citizens of Ardmore.
S. C. Tyson was brought In voster
iy from Tishomingo on n elm rue of
larceny ami receiving stolen property
by Deputy Ilrldgo.
CAPE JASMINE BUDS.
For sale at E. II. Pugh s Kt mr
street. Phone 74!. 26-4
Private skating lessons will bo irlv
en to ladles only from S until !
i Clock each morning at COcts oc
leswn. Private skntlne lessons will
o given to gentlemon only from 1
until 2:80 each afternoon nt f.O cts.
per lesson At Hoynl Holler Itlnk.
27tf PATTERSON & Dt'STON.
Fresh strnwborrlos dnlly at tho City
Fish Market. Mm
Much Jirs boon said In both nrrno
and verse altout the Hkutlng rink; but
n great denl hit not boen wHtton
abaut the honlthful exerclso rf tl.ta
Althoug! Uie rink Ii.ib beon open
but a shoit time In tliU city A-dmore
can ltoast of as many graceful skaters
tfth ladles nnd gent omen .is any
other city whore this pleasing pasllmo
prevails. And tho akar.vs. whoso
graceful movements present it beau
tiful pnnoramlc view of beauty nnd
nmnliness to the onlooker.
filed greatly by this oxcrclsc.
1 he p-nplo who imrtlclpate In tho
sport in Mils cltr aro of our best stv
clety young nntl old who did not for
merly tnkc tho nece sniy ixertlso
coudtclvo to good hea th In skating
thoy have found the necessity of bath
enjoyment nnd healthful oxerclie.
Dig reduction In Fine Dress trim
mliig and Emprolderlors. Mmidav nn.i
THE PENNINGTON HOTEL.
Tlshomlnno I. T.
Ratos $2 por day. Sample room freo.
PEYTON J. PRUITT. Prop.
Mesdnmos T. u Holland nn! s r.
Plttmnn wero called to Snued Tlmr.
day to the bodsldo of thcli fnthor. who
was repo-ted In a dying coodiilnn.
Mrs. Holland rottirned homo Frldnv
and reports Mr. Prltlott ag rosMng hot-
tor but still In a dangerous cot.dltlnn.
Ho hns been confined slnco Jninmrv i
with tho dronded disease cancer.
Dig reduction In Fliio Drokw trim
mlng nnd Embrolilerlos Monday ant!
Mosdames S. A. Douclns nmi liii
Snndlln will servo refreshinont for
tho benofit of tho Christian church
Tuesday aftornoon from 3 to C
at tho home of .Mrs. Douglas 'Every-
uouy invited. 27"
$C discount on nil scholarships sold
In Selvldaje IltiHlness ColIeKe from
now till June 4. 5r..s
D. rtedfUU has returnod from Dn
Molnoi Iowa where he wont ns n
comralssionor from Wnshltn Proaby-
tery to the Presbyterian Assombly In
Mrs. A. J. Lovo of Ovorbrook wants
to hlro a woman or girl. 28-C
LOST Saturday aftornoon elthor at
Hie skating rink or on Main st'cot
a diamond ring finder please return
to this offlcQ. nnd recolvo llboml re-
ward. 2 1 3
Miss Mlnnlo Frnser of Galnosvlllo
Is hero visiting her friend Miss Ma
Teddy nnd May Ilrookwood: also
three other registered mares. Address
P. O. box CC4 South McAlester I. T
Exerybody can afford to buy a Gain-
mor Steel Range from
Stevens Kennerly & Spraglna Co.
Alex Fulsom who has been sick for
a number of days Is ouco. more upon
THE FLEECY STAPLE IS KING. '
Ardmore Has Received More Than
26500 Bales This Season.
Cotton Is Indeed king In Ardmore.
The past season's crop which has
been mnrkcted In this city shows that
Ardmore Is tho cotton center of tho
great southwest The fleecy staple
has been rolling Into Ardmoro for the
pnst eight months until tho total re-
ceipts for tho season up to Friday
afternoon wns 2C.R60 bales received
from tho wagons besides sot ernl
hundred llnters which are not count-
ed In the total.
The receipts as receive! at the dlf
ferent yards In tho city are ns fol-
lows: Farmers' Fnlon Yard 15.141;
National Yard 9.U5; Compress Yard.
Iiefore It was mild to the Farmers-
t'nlon. 1S2; Round Dale Gin 2.S24
which make 1112 wpiare making a
total of 20.680 tale re.flved from
waon. This cotton wns twill for
and tho money spent In Ardmore. In
all about a million and a half dollars
the farmers surroundlmc Ardmore re-
eelved for their out ton crops alone.
The season's enm has about ln.n
gathered and there Is nrotwblv nnlv
alwut two hundred bales yet to be
received at this rnarkf.'. Most of this
cotton has beon held .y the fanners
who are waiting for a better price
for their goods. Tho nrlce has rani?.
ed about the mine for the liast three
weeks ranging from 10 to 10:30 conts
Sovonty-flve bnlos wero brom-lit
here Inst week all of which bus been
lieltl by the owners for advanced
In Memory of T. Y. Moroan.
Swcetost and best In life Lre tho
thoughts when n loved r.i has bee
takon from our midst. Our co!imunl-
ty hns stiiTorod a bss frletm will
nils tho gonlnl companionship of ono
who was a frlond to all The homo
whoro thoso who know us best and
lovo us most will silently spenk of
mo one vl.o Is gone forever.
God provide time In which a devot
ed wife can boo through her tonrs to
read Ills promises. To her his memory
win bo as n halo through lift? loved
and cherished by tho snored tloa of
To her do wo extond our sympa
thies for in this hour friends aro near-
er nnd loved onoa nro loved letter.
At last wo can repent tho beautiful
wcTds of tho poet: "Ilea von seems
nonr to mo becauso of loved onoa I
Khnll see. A FllRND.
$ discount on all scholarship sold
In SelvldHe HtislnosM Collego from
now till Juno 4. 2S-8
SC discount on nil hcIioIiiihIiIiih sold
In SoIvIiIko lltislnoes College from
now till Juno I. 2S-8
The Pennington Hotel.
Tho Pennington Hotel ami hostolry
with all modem convonlencoH. at
Tishomingo I. T. Is now open to tho
public under the olllclont niaiiagoinuiit
of Peyton J. Pruott. Everything Is
now nnd first class. Commercial men
will find this hotel fully up to nil
their expectations nnd desires.
Twelvo yonrs oxporlonco In serving
the public Insures most perfect Her-
vice pollto uttontlon nnd satisfaction
2ltf P. J. PItUETT Prop.
Cronm n.ikory barbecued beef tho
finest fresh every day. Send your
buckot. John N. Imrlc 205 N. Caddo
Our sciccn doors and screen wire
will pleaso you. Dlvens Corhn &
Chnrloa Ilonge formorly omploycd
as wolgher at tho oil mill who baa
beon In Toxas for somo tlmo Is nnuln
In tho city. .Mr. Ilongo will remnln
horo for st-vornl days aftor which ho
will agnln return to Tovns returning
horo when tho cotton soason n-iens to
resume his position at. tho mill
Water coolora nt Nickel Stoio anil
China Pakco. 27-C
Hundreds of things ybti can uso on
salo Monday and Tuesday at
Sold Fine Team.
Ed Lovo who hn Uio flno driving
horses for salo at tho Cathoy barn
yosterday sold two of tho animals for
1400. Ho still has a numbor of good
ones loft nnd prospective purchasers
should so hfm and his horsos. It
Barbecue the Finest.
Fresh every any. Bring n bucket
Jmrlo's Cream Bakery 205 N. Caddo
street. Phono 258. 29-lm
Screen wire all widths nt Dlvens
Corhn & Frcnsley'a.
Flower pots at Nickel Storo and
China Palace. 27-5
All wool all sizes cut out of high
grado woolens from $3.00 up- como
first and havo pick.
J. J. STOLFA
7-lm Tho Merchant Tailor.
This weeK a discount ol
25 Per Cent
on Mil inery and
END OF YEAR'S WORK.
Orio Club Held Last Meeting of the
Year Work Done.
The Orio club held their Inst meet-
lug of tho year with Mrn. Charley
Mnupln nt tho residence of Mra IL
V Rnndol tho mst week. At thin
meeting tho woik for the yonr wob
uuded nnd the club will adjourn until
the indldlo of September nt which
date thoy will moot with -Mrn G. II
Webb. At tho last meeting the re-
ports of the olllcors for th year
passed wore hoard -"id adopted "i lap
Shots of Women wns the sul;.rt cf
discussion on which subject a mini-
Iter of impora woro rend. Tho chief
discussion lay In the part women
havo taken In tho upbuilding of tho
world nnd great events of history
and tho little credit she has received
In comparison with that bestowed up-
on men for her Inborn.
Tho Orio club hns done good work
tho pnst year nnd the members feel
pioud of what thoy have accomplish-
ed A number of ShnkoHpoaro'H plays
havo been read nnd oilier pootH and
author studied Tho adjournment of
tho club Is In ucoordnnco with tho
custom onqh year to ndjouru for the
siiinmor Tho work will bo tnkon up
at tho point It was left off at the next
meeting with new zenl.
Seo tho display of $1.00 shirts for
Teachers' Firewell Meeting.
Tho tonchors In tho nulllo schools
cntortnlned tho school binrd Fildoy
ntternoon at tho High Kc.-.ool.bulldlni?
with n farewell meeting. at which
tlmo tho goodbycH woro said. Tho
board m:t at tho building for tho
purposo of signing th'o diploma to bo
presented to tho grnduntiv Friday
night. Thoy weio met ;ti tho build-
ing bv tho twtmty-nino teachers of
tho public school? and after tho busi-
ness which brought thorn t.'jjethor was
completed the momboiT ot tho school
board w'c Inv"ted imo ono of tho
rooms nt tho High School which hnd
beon fixed up n a dining parlor and
wero tho guosts of tho teacher Ico
cronm enko and chocolate woro serv-
ed. Tho work or tho scniols nnother
year was discussed and tho aftornoon
passed orf ploarnntly. Short tilks
woro mndo by the toncltoiv ami d ffcr-
ont mombors of the boaid nnd refer-
ence was made to the cn .pornllou of
tho to bodies In the work of tho
yonr Just passod. Aingether tho oc-
casion w.u a pleasant one.
$5 discount on nil scholarships sold
In Solvldgo Htisliioss College from
now till Juno 4. 2C-8
Wo havo nn export cleaner nnd
Preiser and make a specialty of la-
Ctf NEW STEAM LAUNDRY
No need to suffer from headache If
yon keep Hamsoy's Headacho Elixir
at hand. It's n prompt effectlvo nnd
snfo remedy. 25c.
27 F. J. RAMSEY Druggist-
Federal Judgo Townsend is rejiortwl
somewhat Indisposed at his residence
on south D street.
If You Are Thinking
of building a nice up-to-date residence
call and sco me In tho Noble build-
ing. I havo ono hundred and fifty
plans of residence to select from
ranging from a four-room house to
a 515000 manslon.bullt In Ardmor1)
and surrounding towns.
7-lt J. B. WHITE Architect.
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