The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 88, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 4, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday Sept. 4 1907.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
L. P. ANDERSON President B. F. FRENSLEY Vice President
C. L. ANDERSON Cachler C. 8. MAUPIN AtelsUnt CisMer.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE I. T.
Capital Paid In
Tho oldest bank In Indian Territory. Account of Kirrui and Indi-
viduals solicited upon the moat liberal torms consistent with
OF ST. LOUIS MO.
BIGGEST NEWSPAPER BARGAIN EVER OFFERED
THINK OF IT
The oldest and best metropolitan sonii weekly in tlio country
and Tun Wki:ki.y Ardmorhtl the nicest brightest
and best weekly no'vspupur in tho now statu
for ono full year at this small sum.
SEND US YOUR ORDER AT ONCE
...IN THE... I
When tho appotito must bo tempted keep
on tho tttblu lloinz's preserves. Wo keep in
stock his 57 vurletius. You will also lind
Chase 21 Sanborn's Coffee.
Duffy's Apple Gider.
Daffy's Grape Juce.
Fine Ribbon Cane Syrup.
Pichled Pigs Feet.
Brink and Swiss Cheese.
FelKer The Grocer.
MAADC OF TIN
I havo every equipment for
doing t h o best concrete
work and havo a crow of
skilled workmon that never
fail to give satisfaction I
am horo permanently and
my GUARANTEE is wortli
somethinir. Let mo make
your sidewalks iloot3curb-
ing. coping ana terracing.
Ask mo for an estimate on
what you want.
L. R. MARSTON
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
of tho Condition of
The Ardn.i o National Bank
AT AIII1.MOKK IND. TKft .AT TUB GLOBE
OP llUHINHSH. StAK.tt.1907.
U. S. Uonds 160000.00
Stocks Securltlos Eto.. 12041.41
FOR STATE OFFICES!
0. N. HASKELI
Kor Lieutenant Uovtmor:
Kor Secretary of State:
VM. XI. CltOsS.
K State Atulltor:
M. E. TRAPP.
Kor Attorney General:
rur ouito Treasurer:
J. A. MENArEE.
Kor Superintendent ot Public Instruc-
tion: E. I). CAMERON.
Kor Commissioner of Insurance:
T. J. McCOMH.
Kor State Examiner and Inspector:
CilAS. A. TAYLOR.
Kor Chief .nine Inspector:
Kor tabor Commissioner
Kor Commissioner of Charities:
Kor Corporation Commissioners:
J. J. McAI.ESTEK
J. K. I.OVU.
A. 1. WATSON.
Kor J'utlces Supremo Court:
It. I.. WILLIAMS
JESSE .1. DUN..
S. W. HAYES.
At. J. KANE.
J. 11. TURNER.
Kor Clerk of Supremo Court:
. II. L. CAMPIIELL.
Kor U. S. Congressman fith District:
CuAS. I). CARTER.
Kor State Senators:
J. C. GRAHAM
J. C. LITTLE.
Kor District Judge:
STILWEl.L II. RUSSELL.
J. K. McCANTS.
Kor County Judge:
1. R. MASON.
Kor County Attorney:
j AMES MATHERS.
Kor District Clerk;
C. T. VERNON.
Kor County Clerk:
V. 1). FRAME.
.1. HOLMES AKERS.
Kor count) Treanurer:
D. M. RUM I'll.
Kor j.egloter of Deeds:
S. S. TOLSON.
For County Surveyor:
J. V. HAM.
Kor Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion: MRS. MARY V. NHJLACK.
Kor county Weigher:
W. I. SMITH.
Kor County Commissioners:
A. V. SPEAKE
R. K. SCIVALLY
O. K. .ARDEN.
Kor Jnsllco of tho Peace:
CAI'T. J. R. I'ULLIAM.
M. K. WINKREY.
W. E. LANDRUM.
ARDMORE HACK LINE
D. E. FLYNT. Prop.
Hack leaves for Healdtoa at
6:30 a. m.
Hack leaves for Elk at 7:30
Direct connection with all In-
land towns west of Ardmoro.
Leavo nil packages at the
City Drug Store.
Canltnl Stock mil! In 1100 0(10 011
Surplus and Profits 4052174
Deposits -.-s 297.1C3.0U
MONEY TO LOAN
New State Loai0ffice
103 N. CADDO ST. ARDMORE
No bottor Index to tho growth of Ard-
moro can bo found than Is teflected
n tho constant and steady lncroaso
In tho deposits ot the Ardtnoro Na-
LEE CRUCE President
G. V. STUART Coshlor.
In tho United States court In the
Indian Territory Southern District-
M. T. Felker plaintiff vs. I. A. Mc
fireger defendaut 6S12.
Tho defendant 11. A. McGregor
Is warned to appear In this court In
thirty days and answer tho complaint
of th plaintiff M. T. Felker.
Witness my hand and peal of oWce
this 6th day of August 1907.
(Seal) T. N. R011NETT
U. S. Commissioner
S. II. nutler plaintiffs nttornoy.
W. I. Cruco non-rosldent attorney
First published Aug. G 1907.
Let us Install a tolephono In your
residence fur threo and ono-tblrd cents
Our now 4 inrty lino system so ar-
ranged that your bolls ring only when
you are called giving jou tho same
service as an Independent line nnd It
costs you hut on dollar (J1.00) per
Kor full particulars and explanations
enll tlio local manager.
CHICKASAW TELEPHONE CO
Tho raoro npplauso a man glvos
arm tlio less uUvlce tho moro populur
lie will be.
Pride goeth before a fall rod It
doesn't .often tho bumps uuy at that.
Ilroadway Haptlst church was tho
scene Sunday night of a very beauti-
ful and Impressive service. Prof. G.
P. Selvlilge and J. C. Preddy were or-
dained as deacons. Sunday aBf
noon the two candidates were sub-
jected to n rigid examination which
they jrassed with credit to themselves.
The ordination tervlces were held at
a public meeting at night. Rev. W. R.
Selvlilge acted us moderator. Tho
pa3tor preached the ordination ser-
mon whloh was devoted to a tall; on
the qualifications of a deacon. Rev
I). N. Curb talked a few moments on
the duties of a deacon and Dr. J. K.
Young talked for a brief time on the
duties of the church toward Its dea-
NOTES OF PEOPLE WHO COME
AND GO TO THE GEYSER
Sulphur I. T. Sev .1 V C. Wall
president ot the Commercial Club I
and T. E. Molaoek president of the
Splon Kop Oil and (ia comp.ui) . hae
leturued from a visit to their old
home In Arkansas. They bring back
wonderful stories of great and gen I
ernl prosperity In that stale. The)
report that scientific agriculturists
have bought tip the lands and hau"
planted them to orchards. lmnardr '
berry patches and nlfalla and 1uir-.
On what was once considered the
waste land of the state are tine oi
chants. This general piosporlty !.-
causing much building and much pro-
gress In the cities. Mr Wall and Mr.
.Molaoek were astonished at the re-
oont great growth of Mule !tock
They stopped over several das In I
Hot Springs and mail.' a study of tin-1
b.itli houses and nmiiM-nieui features
ot that resort. i
Ma J. I). Her.illii a mining capitalist j
from the .lupliu distrlet In Missouri.
who has been In Sulphur the past
month spending his Miniiiicr vacation
at this resort returned lo his home in
Joplln today. While here Mr. Ham
lin bought ten acres In the l.lndsi)
addition to Sulphur.
.1. C. Luitevleler a.-slstant tnnna-
ger of the Waters I'l'-rce Oil com-!
pauy for Oklahoma and Indian Terri-
tory returned to Oklahoma City to-
day after a mouth's outing at this re-
sort. Mr. Luitevleler is an exceedingly
handsome man and was in great de-
mand at all social (unctions lie was
much lionized by the visiting ami
reslduil ladles of this resort.
Judge Thomas C. Humphries one
of the United States Judges of tin-
central district left for his home to-
day after a two weeks' outing In the
National park. The Judge was so
well pleased with the mineral waters
cool Incizes and complete absence of
mosquitoes that he bought a sum
mer home here. He will bereaftei
spend nit his summers In Sulphur.
E. II. Ilalley ot Oklahoma City an
English cousin of Senator .loo Ilalley
of Texas Is spending his summer va-
cation at this resort. Mr Ilalley Is
a capitalist who as a Urltlsh soldier
has been and studied the natural con-
ditions nnd resources of every new-
country on the globe. "I have trav-
eled about over this planvt and have
seen as much of it perhaps as any
man on It and I know that I do not
exaggerate" suld Mr. Ualley "when
I say that the country comprising Ok-
lahoma and Indian Territory is more
abundantly blessed with natural re-
sources than any other country ten
times Its size. 1 am attracting the
attention of hundreds of Englishmen
to this country. From London Jo
Oklahoma City is only 13 days. It Is
a delightful trip. All who take it are
charmed with It and are pleased with
this great Indian country after their
arrival. Many ot my friends are In
tho army policing China and various
countries In Africa. They are com-
ing to Oklahoma as fast as they can
got themselves mustered out of the
At the Jail.
W. L. Rozzell was placed In jail
this morning on a cnargo of carry-
lug n weapon.
Henry Stevenson charged with
horso stealing was placed In Jail to-
Choice Carson was placed In Jail
touty on a charge of assumt with In-
tent to kill.
Kour drunk? pleaded guilty In police
court this morning and having tho
coin paid their fines. Other than
these thero was very little doing In
resterday was a veiv quiet day In
pollco circles In fact the quietest day
this city has enjoyed for some time
on any holiday. This It Is said can
be attributed to the fact that alt Joints
where territorial drinks were sold
wero clobed for the day v
A Wardrob In a Hat.
Grandfather )e Vh Is nn artist who
appreciates tine millinery. Ills young
married daughter however wiih prac-
ticing domestic economy when a but
n beautiful creation In real lace ur
rived for little Ellse from her devoted
grandparent who-nt eye bad Mir
rendered to tbl-i bit of baby npp.-irel
thu moment be saw It In n department
"That hat Is entirely too extra vnginit
for this family." remarked tin- ynuni;
motlir. "I'll take It buck nnd see
what I can do."
A few days later thu grandfather
culled to see the baby In the new hat
"Do let me see how she looks In It"
ho said. "And how did you like ltV"
"Very much father thank you Thev
gno mo tuo hats two dresses n
sweater nml ft'j cents In change for It."
Signs of Long Llfs.
In view of the dlvrrslllcil testimony
of present day ceiitenarliinH on the sub-
Ject of longevity nnd Its causes it Is
IntercBtliu! to K"t a little light on th"
subject from Queen Elizabeth's time.
"llaeon took n deep Interest In lon-
gevity nnd Its rarnuirks" says a phy.
slclan "nml HncouM signs of long life
and of i-hort life are as true today as
they ever were. You won't live long
Ilacou pointed out If you have soft
lino lu.lr a line hkn. ir:' V growth
large head early corpil'i. e short
neck small mouth brittle a. I sojiarut-
iil teeth nnd fat .-ais. Your life bar-
ring accidents will be very lengthy If
you have sIot growth ciarse hair a
rough skin deep wrinkles In the fore-
head linn ill-ill. a large moulh wide
nostrils strong teeth set clote together
mid u hard grist) ear."
MAKE YOUR WANTS KNOWN THROUGH
THE COLUMNS OF
Wc have tho must attractive advertising medium in tlio soon to
be N'KW S PA I'll. Come if on ate interested and see for
1 1 WE lEiC! THF.PF.OPI.FiS
IiCtlN NCJW to make annual contracts. Wo tell the ueonle what von
i j -
have for sale or trade and where they can find you. We claim the
largest loreiin advertising patronae of any paper published in the
soon to be Now State. The Ardmoreite brings to Ardmore money from out
of town. Wc need this money to pay our skilled labor and brains; and. they
need it to pay you. The Ardmoreite brings from out of town for subscriptions
and foreign advertising hundreds of dollars each month and puts everv dollar
received in circulation in about 30 minutes.
THE ARDMOREITE for Local State and Telegraphic News.
Read Carefully the advertisements in THE ARDMOREITE;
IT WILL PAY YOU I
Buy goods from the man who wants to sail them to you; patronize the paper
that spends money for brains and news and has four or five times
the circulation of any other paper published in the Southern District.
ARDMORE INDIAN TERRITORY.
I? ni!NJL3 DV;iiUllL9 Anil fnALlUMd
$ BLEES BUGGIES. SURREYS AND PHAETONS
Kndol for Indigestion and Dyspep-
sia is a preparation of vegetable nclds
nnd contains tho sarno Juices found
In a healthy stomach. It digests
what you eat. Sold by Hoffman Drug
I Thoy tire tho rtuggios. If you tiro coutcinnlatlng buying a Uuggy Phaeton or 11 Surrey
?I? you co.'tiitnly cannot allortl to overlook suomj our lino. ro aro solo agents for tholcolo-
i bratuil "II YNKri" Huggios and thoru Is none bettor ma in or tnoro widely known than tho
?i llynes. Wo also havo tho ' UIjfiKS" and tlio "C O." linos "vhich aro good ones. Our
jjl prices and terms aro right.
1 STEVENS KENNERLY & SPRAGINS CO.
fi ARDMORE. OKLAHOMA.
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