The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 84, Ed. 1, Friday, August 24, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
TO CONSTRUCT NEW LINE.
Statement Published In Railway Ago
Confirmed by Official.
Oklahoma City. Ok. Am? 23. The
current Isbuo of Railway Ago contains
a letter from Fourth Vice President
W. 11. Jansen. ot the Atchison Topo-
lui & SnTitn l'o railroad conceriilns
the building of lines In Oklahoma by
that wmnnny. Only rectntly char-
ter wns Issued to the Woctern Okln-
homn Hallway comiwuy but under-
stood aa a Santa Fe proposition oston-
slbly for the extension of lines In Ok-
lahoma of the Santa Fe. Of this Mr.
"This conitmny was authorized to
build a line front Lindsay I. T to Als-
ton Ok. n distance of 102 uiIIob; from
Oklahoma city to a lolnt of connuo-
tlon with the first namud line 106
miles; and from Outhrlu wost to u
connection with tho second naniod
line. 06 miles in Hlolno county. Con
struction of but M miles from Alston
to SollliiK. Is proposed at this time.
James Dun chlof onslnuOr of Chicago
will be In charRO of the construction
work. Tho tlnto of opening bids for
this work lias not been ilotormlnecl."
From Lindsay the southern termi-
nus of tho proposed lino It Is said tho
route will take tho road through
Chlokashn paralleling the Itock Is-
land r short distance north and cross-
ing the South Canadian river about
Union City thence taking north-
western course traversing the valley
listwcen the South Canadian and the
north fork of the Caimillsn to Selling
In Woodward county. The line from
Oklahoma City to a connecllou with
this nmd will likely go to WMtongft.
where It will connect with the main
line and the rosd from Guthrie to an-
other connection will likely reach
WntongM also. The connection at Al-
ston will be with the Panhandle di-
vision which goes into Texas. These
branch lines which really form ft
great trunk line through the entire
new state of Oklahoma will give the
Santa. Fe an Inlet and outlet to some
of the finest country In the state In
addition to its other lines.
wa horn.- he said: "Well mamma
'what could ou expect for five cents?"
Descriptions of the bride's array
Would flit a good id zed book.
Hut of the groom enough to say
He wore Unit worried look.
Klmur had scon his mother drop a
nickol in tho contribution box at
church nn (I when she proceeded to
find fault with the sermon on the
Ono nlalit when 'Charlie" Thome
was at the Doston theatre n considera-
ble number of yean ago his brothor
15d whoso "soason" had not boon pros-
iwrous had managed to roach lloston
and being known to "Con Murphy
succeeded In passing that well known
'watch dog" of the stage door.
Clinrlus was lUnndlng In the wings
and Hd Jiad approached to within
two or throe feet of him when a "sa-
por" Kssod botwoen them brushing
against Clinrlos In so doing.
1 Charles turned and soulng his broth-
or Ntnndins; there asked: "Did you
touch mi 11?"
"No" sold ld "1 didn't. 'Clmrlle'
but I'm going to In a few minutes."
Tho kaiser once told Admiral Kvnns
that of all tho good storleH his brothor
Prince Henry brought back from
America nono amused him moru than
this: As the Gorman boat bearing tho
prlnco came tip Now York harbor hun-
dreds of boatti crowded closo'and from
the deok of one unprotontlous rlvor
boat camo a hall In megaphone tones:
"Hey Henry how's Hill?" Kansas
Woman's Inborn right to preach has
been recognized by lllshop Tnlbot of
Pennsylvania. A skirted ltliornut ox-
Itounder of tho gospel uied to gather n
crowd every Sunday within sight of
the bishop's cathedral and many ot
his Hock were seen lingering under tho
spoil. One of the vestrymen a pom-
pous and prosy banker went to tho
bishop to remonstrate. He wanted
Homcthing done to stop the preaching
near the cathedral. He thought the
mayor would help them out It the
bishop were to nppel to him. "This
thing of unmarried women preaching
around in a crowd of inon Is scandal-
ous and should be stopied" said the
Imnker. "Oh never mind" said the
bishop easily; "she cannot hurt me
let her nrencli. She must exhort
somebody and you seo she has no
husband. 1 warrant Mrs. gives
you many a good sermon In tho re-
tirement of your homo. All woniou
like to preach." Pittsburg Dlsoa'.oh.
On n Wostom lal'.ti f0 thorn lJ a
liiiikomuu who ha lost tho forollngir
of his right ImiJ. The wonderful
works of nature thing tho road 'ucn
the brakoman busy answering tho
Ono day nfter tho orakoinan had
been pointing out tho Window and ox
plftlulng the scenery one of the pas-
sengem whispered to tho conductor:
"Conductor can you tell mo how that
brnkeman lost his llngor? It seems
a pity ho should be crippled."
"That's Just it nrn'm. He Is n
good tellow? Ho Is to obliging that he
just wore lib finger off pointing out
the scenery along tho line." Denver
George Ilernard Shaw the Irish
playrlght 1ms a good deal of con
tempt for scientists.
"We hold scientists In too high hon-
or" he wrote recently to nn Ameri-
can admirer. "We take them too
too much on faith. We believe every
sclentlllc wwortlon no matter bow In-
credible It may be. Ami how Incredi
ble how pruH)stcroiiH much of thiJ
talk Is There's horodity for Instance
I bavo rend books on heredity tint
wore nbout as logical in the remark of
an old woman whose daughter play-
ed the piano.
" 'Your daughter plays well" a lady
Maid to her.
Yes.' the old woman replied 'she
lias a line touch and no wonder for
she loves the nlano. and never tire of
It. Ye seo sho tins a great taste for
music but then that's only natural for
her grandfather hud IiIh skull fractur
ed with a cornet nt a picnic' " Hx
Examination for Teachers In the City
All lh';r desiring n plan- and lim
ing position In the City School hh
teachers will present themselves nt
th'o High School llultdlng In Ardmom
on Wednesday morning. September
Sth 1!06 ten o'clock. Those having
cdrtlflratos from tho Kxamlnlng
Hoard of tho City Schools meeting all
requirements need not heed this rail.
All CHiidlates for examination will
pious bring all certificates of honor
nnd diplomas held by them.
Supt. of City Schools.
Hy order of the Hoard
W. I. CHUCK Chairman.
Many Delightful Summer
In the "Land of the SKy" and
"Sapphire Country" East Tennessee
Western N. Carolina and Virginia
Are reached via the
with Convenient Schedules und Sleeping Car Service.
For Information lUiranllnir Honoris. Rato. Hcheclult soil
Descriptive I.lturuture Call nn or Wrltn
J. N. Harrison Western Pass. Act. 410 Scollard Bldfj
ROBERTS & BONNER
ihsubabce awn bonds
Wo write Fire? Tornado Plato Glass Accident and Iloalth
Insurance The oldest agency iu Ardtnoro.
Strongest Companies represented.
Insurance that Insures Over City Nat. BanK
Home smalt sir's were playing In u
lawn swIiik. while a boy it trltta older
stood nour wntcblng them. One little
mnld said "I'm going to swing so lilgl
1 can touch the sky."
The next added to the height ot the
Imaginary ascension with "I'm going
hlgher'n Hint way up In the clouds
Then .Maraaret. uuxlotu to Ml
limit that could no the sunwuseu
niHile this astounding announcement.
I'm going high enough to hug God's
The little girls laughed but the Imjv
looked shocked. He evidently thought
such Irreverence merited swift and
terrible punishment for he said stern
ly "Margaret it you say that Hgnln
you 11 be iecturecuted. Judge
Little Helen need tour was In u
frlKhtful nredlcnmont. The nurse cur
rying tlia cherished 2-weol(aohl baby
un and down before the homo had
unused to show tho now Infant to tho
bishop who had asked to look nt It.
And then tho tall grave bishop of
whom Helen Htood greatly In nwo bud
unexpectedly naked tho llttlu girl to
kIvo ti I in tho baby.
How In tho world to refuse n ro
quest mndo'by such un nwo-lnxplrlug
person as the bishop tho child did not
know. Hut presently she wrinkled
her small countenance shrewdly.
moved ckuer to tho petitioner nnd
said. Ingratiatingly l'l let you have
tho next." llurper's Weekly.
A proud young fathor telegraphed
tho news lit his now responsibility to
ills brother In this fashion: "A hand
sonio boy has coino to my homo nnd
claims to bo your nephew. Wo are
doing our IicmI to give mm a proper
welcome" Tho brothor however
failed to seo tho point and roplled
I have not got a uephow. Tho young
man Is an Impostor." Kansas City
Mnko your orders for tailor : -tide
suits conts skirts and riding skit
10 lm J. J. STOLKA
Licensed to Wed.
II. K. Hammock and Mrs. Kmma
C. T. Herrlott anil Wlillo I'lgford
bklte Martin und Annie James
"TRADE FOLLOWS THE FLAG!
If you want PURE FOODS in cam clwaya inila upon tho
WAPC.O DRAND. Wapco ii a purant-w cf 'Pure Food.
Ouri are the only food product owned end pmantced Ly a TEXAS
HOUSE. All coed pocked cxprculy (or u in various tcctioni of tho
country wliere the mcdrmfect good cf each character aro found. Packed
tnly in EUa Staiuliru'GradM tt Prpultr Price. Atk your grocr for
ths Wer-co Brand and if I o doe rt I.'xp lSn tend iu 1.1 oa. jc.
DENISON POUT WORTH DALLAS
THE WAPLBS - PIATTER
Summer Dlarrhoe'ln Children.
During the hot weather of the sum
mer months tho first unnatural loose
Hess of a child's bowels should have
Immodliito attention bo ns to check
fho dlsoaso before. It becomes sorlous
All that Is necessary Is n few dose
of Chamberlain' Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea nemody. followed by a dose
ot castor oil to cleanso tho system
now M. O. Stocklnnd pastor of the
First M. K. Church Mttlo Falls Minn
writes: "V have- used Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Romedy
for several years nnd find It a very
valuable remedy especially for sum-
mer disorders In children." Sold by
F. J. Ramsey V. I). Tramo Ardmore
Drtifr Co. Bonner & nonncr.
"Make Hay while the bun Shines."
There Is a lesson In the work of
tho thrifty farmer he knows that
tho bright sunshine may last but a
lay nnd be proKtres for the showers
which are liable to follow. So It
should he with every household. Dys-
ontory. diarrhoea and cholera morons
may attack some member of the
home without wnmlng. Chamberlain's
Colic. Chnlsra and Diarrhoea Remedy
which Is the best known tncdlrlane for
thcfp dlntases should always bo kept
at hand as Immediate treatment Ii
necessary and delay may prove fatal
For sale by F. J. Ramsey. W H
Frame. Ardmoro Drug Co. Hon
Remember Ihor Day Moiidii. H i
ietnhi r :t. The greatest event in th
history of Atdmoro. For prUlb'g'x
on ground sec sd of oommlitee la
this paiH-r. 23 0t
C cent cigar
Mado In Ardmore
Privileges For Sale.
For Labor Day colobrailon In Ard-
moro bids will bo received lor prlvi
leges on grounds at City Park up to
Wodnosday nlgnt A:gut 20. If ox-
cluslvo prlvllogos aro wanted mne
sopaiato bids for samo. Addross C. c
Galloway at Union Rovlow olllc. or
seo any of tho following commltteo.
" O. C. GALLOWAY.
. W. HOLT.
H-Gt URUCU EDDlN'GS.
GoimI grass and water. $1 per imniiii
cash. Phono 372. Plalnvlcw l'nrtu. :if
War Against Consumption.
All nations are mulonorlng to
check the ravages ot cons jnipllon
tho "white plagur" that claims so
many victims ouch year. elVs Hon
oy and Tar cures coughs ami colds
porfectly nnu you nre in no danger
of consumption. Do not link you
health oy taking some unknown pre pa
ration when Foloy's Honey nnd Tar
Is safo nnd certain In results. n
genulno is in a yellow packapo II
man Drug Co. City rug Store
C B. Durban Testifies After Fou
G. H. Huprlians of Carl I si o Center
N Y. wrltos: "About four years ago
I wroto you stating that I had been
entirely cured of a sovcro kidney trou
bio by tnklng less than two bottles of
Foloy's Kidney Cure. It entirely stop
ped tho brick dust sediment nnd pain
nnd symptoms ot kidney disease dls
appeared. I nm glad to say that I have
novor had n return ot any ot thoio
symptoms during tho four years that
havo elapsed and I am evidently curod
to stay cured nnd hoartlly recommend
Foloy'a Kidney Curo to any ono sut
forlng from kidney or bladder trou
bio." Hoffman Drug Co. City Drug
TIIH ARD.MORi: TYPOORAPIIICAI
U.N'ION. No. CIO. Meets llrst Frl
day In each muitli nt C;lo p. in nt
Union Hall. J. W. Golledge Prcs
dout; D. II. Gaines Secretary.
UARUIERS' JOURNHYMEN INTER'
NATIONAL UNION Moots flrBt
.nd third Monday nights In each
month. Jim Wllklus president; EI
inor Wright secretary.
CARPENTERS' AND JOINERS' OK
AMERICA No. 1028 Meets over
Thursday nlgbt 7:30 at Union
Hall. II. F. Cox president; D. N
..OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS
Meets second and fourth Friday
nights of each month. E. M. Parker
president; A. A. 1 1 ol comb secretary.
RETAIL CLERKS' I. P. UNION No
C3G Meets second and fourth Moa
day nights In e.ich mootn. Louis
S. Shelkowlts president L. U. Horn
BRICKLAYERS' MASONS' AND
UNION No. 9 Moots ovory Satur-
day night. J. H. Dixon president;
A. H. Brown secretary.
PAINTERS DECORATORS AND PA
PER-HANGERS UNION NO 228.
Meets tho second and fourth Satur
day nights of each month at Unlou
T. J. WAGES. Presldont.
T. C. WARNER Secretary.
TEAMSTERS' UNION. No. 58J J
11. DoArmond president; G W
ARDMORE TRADES COUNCIL
Moots first and third Friday night
In each month nt Labor Halt. W.
O. Reaves presldont; D. N- Fercu-
Cltooso three vortls from the English
lttngungo and you will llnd
Always the Same
is the most signitli ant expression denoting qualities of
dependence. Always the same applies to FHLKElt.
ns a Grocer nnd to Mie Goods lie Imtdles.
Goods that Are Always the Same:
Clinso it Sanborn's Coffees Queen of tho Pantry Flour
Heinz' Pickles and Preserv es 57 varieties
Pride of Denver Flour.
I Successful Man
9 T T .... . f.. I . ..i
niia uiiu run: m- tiiwnytj hdiucs ijy in
iiiakin i)urcliiiHCH. and that rule is to
"BUY THE BEST"
The best docs not nlwaya cost the
most. For example there arc the
Moline and Mitchell Wagons
John Deere and Velie Buggies
McCormicK Mowers and RaKes
These goods are known the world over
to be the best and you'll find our prices
and terms equal to if not better than
other dealers offer. We have in stock
yfine line of HAY TIES and can prompt-
nisitpply you. Remember we sell the
CSARTER OAK STOVES and MAJESTIC
HTEEL RANGES . . . .
BIVENS C0RHN $ FRENSLEY
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
J. A. BIVENS President
DON LACY Vice President
A. H. PALMER Csihler
PR ED C. CARR Asat Cashier.
The City National Bank
ARDMORE INDIAN TERRITORY
Surplus Funds 75.00000
Accounts ot firms and lndlrlduale solicited. Courteotu treatmeBt
ccordod to U alike. .
FLOUR IS THE
In fact it is the best
Flour in existence. Its large army of users so
certify by constantly using same. Why not join
the army and try it for yourself? We guarantee
you will be eutirely satisfied.
Tyler Simpson Co.
U r. ANUKUdO."i.Prildo
O. L. ANUBUHON CtibUr
U. r. KUKMBLKT. Vlo-rrs.
O.n. UAUP1N. Am i Otibltr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ardmtre Indian Territory
Capital Fatd In ....
I r oiiini buns iu Indian Territory aoouodu ol Drmi sod lodlrldotli
tiilloliad upoo lb moil liberal lrm ouoili'.ent vltb good btDtlon.
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