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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 28 June 1901

It 14' J Worn lac-fa -Cl , Swap off that o!d Piano or Organ and get-a nice, new up to date piano. We will trade with you anil givo yon easy pay- . meats on the balance if you want it. Emerson Bush &Gerts Knabe Kr" ..PIANOS E. B. LUKE, AKDMOlttt, I. T. Olivette Soap. ewe ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. Phone 107 For Bus! AND You'll Not Get Left Meet all Trains Day and Night. FINLEY & LIGHT. n. i. o. h.-b. i. o. n.-B. p. o. E TiclrKis ffir the meetintr o1 Iho Benevolent and Protective Or tier of Elks at Milwaukee, Wis , nn salo July 20nud 21; rate one fare plus $2 for the rouud trip, final limit for return passage, July 29, hut an extensiou of limit can he secured to August 10, on de posit of ticket with joint agent, be tween Juno 23 and 27 and paymeut of 50 cents additioual. Full iu formation given on application. A. W. Dunham, Agent Santa Fe Route. Free music every dy at Pee pics'. hour iu the lGtf REMOVAL NOTICE. Kedfteld's Heal Estate aud Rental Agency now have their office i...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 30 June 1901

..f v She ..40o I ,.20o VOLUME VIII. TOrta..,?M ARDMORE, IND. TER., Sl'NEfAY MOKMI J. J lTNE 30, 1901. W-KW."- NUMBER 208 P. ANDERSON, President. B. F FRENSLEY, Ylce President G. L, ANDERSON, Cashier. M. TORBETT, Asst. Cashr, FIR ANK. NATIONAL Ardmore, Indian Territory. Designated Depository (or Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation, Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund .$60,000.00 110,000.00 The oldot bank Jn Indian Territory. Accounts.of Arms and Individuals solicited upon the most liberal tcrmH consistent with nood banking. AFFAIRS AT 0AL'."1. Iloodlumlsm mid lawlessness Said to Hi Hniim.int. Wnshltmton, Juno 20. Tlio INDIAN A(il5? attention of thenavy department has boon called to what appears to bo au unsatisfactory condi tion of affairs in Gaum. The incoming mail has brought a copy of an order is sued by tho commaudant of tho island, Commaudor Seaton JSTRUCTIONS BIDS. A CHOICE dwelling is a vision of fnturo happi- ft ! ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ness. Every dollar paid out for a home lins...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 30 June 1901

Ill I 1 A HISTORICAL SKETCH OF PLISHED BY Complete Resume of the Work Performed and Yet to Be ,t Dorta Immense in its Magnitude Perfect in Its Performance Will Remain a Monument I to its Promoters for all Time. Written for tbc Audmchkitb by C. ii. Do co lab ) When, In .Mareb, 1, congresi passed n bill orentlng a comntlf felon totbe flvcrivlllicd tribe?, to-wlt, tbi Choctaw, Cblckasaws, Chorokee Creeks and Eemlnolos, and direct ing that commlsson to proceed tt tbo Indian Territory and begin no gotlations to extinguish tJo Indians tribal relations and governmental identity, it la very doubtful If even the author of tbo bill had any con ception of tbc magnitude of the task imposed. Tbo original commission, consisting of Hon. II. L. Dawes, Hon. A. S. McKennon and Capt. KIdd, soon after their appointment organized with the venerablo eenatot as chairman In the summer of tba. year they proceeded to the Territory asd began work. Their coming was an event of grtat interest ' the peole of the...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 30 June 1901

i CARBUNCLES SYMPTOMS OF BAD BLOOD There is a popular belief that every boil is worth many tunes its weight in gold, and the sufferer patiently, even cheerfully, endures the pain under the mistaken idea that these little tormentors are health promoters; that they thin the blood when too thick, and cleanse and cool it when too hot or too rich. On the contrary, boils and carbuncles are evidence of blood poverty, or a fearfully depraved condition of that fluid, flierc may be no external evidence of bad blood until the warm days of spring set in motion the sluggish circulation and the pent-up impurities, unable to escape through the natural outlets, outlier near the surface nf the skm, and a Carbuncle or a Boil is the result. When the blood is burdened with an undue amount of this impure matter, the Boils come in greater number, cat deeper into the surrounding flesh, and, being nearly always located on a bed of nerves, cause the most intense suffering. Robust and apparently healthy peop...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 30 June 1901

THE DAILY ARD.HORIilTE. SIDNEY 8UHOS. rroprlotor. fiblUbe.l Ker AftHrnoon (Hitnr(iir ki oepted) nJ Bandar Mornlnir. OBo of pablloatlon, Conrt Street. Birred t the P"tomce l Arrtmori. lecona omin ui.. - BUDBCnlPTION UATEB OB Week 'j OoaMonln . , QTr ' OFFICIAL OHOAN Or THE OHIOKASAW NATION. Alo the OfflcUl Orcn tor the OntOKAB AW BTOCK ASSOCIATION of the Inrtlsn Territory. TIME TABLE, U, Colorado and Sent Fe Hallway, ooTii-roD!n. alteiton and Chlcmro Ei!re 8i" OUborne and K.n.a. Cltr Eipre.t 48 p.m nonTii-ioosn. llTeiton and Chlcairo i",xt.reM :J- S.VhurneandK.n.aaC.tTB-a. W. B. Kbkhai. Oeneral V4.t ner Aj Use the Long Distance leltphcne 2 :; AND CALL VI m A f Phone No. o, c Z If you want, the Aiihmokkitk. 0 AnDMoiiK, !?t'ir ay, .Iunh 10. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any orroncouB rellection upon the character, etnnrtlnts or reputntlon of any porson, Urm or corporation which mav nppeiir In the columns of tbo AHDiionniTn will bo gladly cor rected upon lta boinc brought to tho attention of th...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 30 June 1901

Jm t. Of 5b0it ...On all Clothing in the house the next Ten Days. Come early ile vou can fret vnur sizes. Re mem - o j er every garment in our house is marked in plain figures. Resp, yours, K a live wnm proposition What Do TO lj Wp never have believed that it's for your tailor goods, do you? n man in this town inclined to s m smt m the hope of savmn a dollar, we have a proposition j rigu' uere that leaves him absolutely without an excuse. h Here It A Bran New. Suit, worthy to te worn any where on anv occasion lor ft u. ) ft If. ) On these two propositions we lose i doue as promised. This propns-iMon ( and during that time our store will be the cheapest iu Amer (!) ica tor Ardmore people to buy first-class tailor made goods-. (J) Out c-f town trade solicited on the same figures. 0 istoonrWest -ajti jj DVRT The Leading $ w,munRto YV. DYKU Toller. "rZirLrtlCZj. W ITHOUT AN EXCUSE Beautiful Hair Makes Beautiful Women It adds so much to the appear and comfort of both men aud women. You c...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 30 June 1901

lie Slnniirtl (lir Porter, On ono occnHlon Him Ilcovcfl, the famous lenor, wnu strniidcil nt n conn try Junction waltlnc for n t ni In. It wan cold nnd mlsomblp. nntl tlio singer whs imttirally not In tlio lijt of torn pern. While clicwlng the cuil nf tllsnp lioinlinciit an old railway porlpr who rct'osnlUHl Ii tin from the iiilll!ieI par trulls oiiIhwI the waiting room. "flood ovcnlng, Mr. Slum Uaevus." Ito enlil. "flood cvniiltiK, m.y nun," replied Mi vocnllHt, ptliiK ready the neccnry tip. Hut Ih umn sought for Infurnm Hon rnlhcr thiin tips. "Tlicy toll tne you onrri a lump of uumuy." ho ruinnrkitl. , "Ohl" iniirniurcd Mr. Hooves. "Awl yot," pursuwl tho porter, "you don't Drl; Icird. Not m hard n I do, for limtaiico. Hut I dewmy you ouru priips ten tlniuH what I do oh?" "Wiiat do you earn?" asked the dinger. "Hlshtci-n BhlltlnKS a weolc nil thy Jdar round." Hahl tho pn-toi. Hlnm IJppvps opynitl lit clicst. "Do, re, ml lo." ho mm);, iliu hiHt note lx fnK a ringing top 0110. "Then,...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 1 July 1901

A. .i -A r i The Ari?moreitti: "passing tiiiiono. rt-- fc .ik. 'H I NEW Jl'DOB INSTALL!!!) )sinNS. A- ' tbo w vcr A J..r..-BPTie m iii' .'t,vI it r TJ volume vni. r sionby auuna, i Proorletor. i ARDMOJtE, IND. TER.. MONDAY EVENING, ,J TLV 1, 1901. 3Uocr'irax) NUMBER 209 P, ANDERSON, President. F. FRENSLEY, Ylca President. G. L ANDERSON, Cashier. S. M. TORBETT, Asst. Cishr. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory. designated Depository r Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation, Capita! Paid Up. Surplus Fund .$60,000.00 . 110,000.00 Tho oldo bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of Arms and individuals iullclted upon the most liberal terras consistent with Rj jd banking. ft A CHOICE dwelling is a H vision of future happi ness. Every dollar paid out lor n home has a etrintr tied .,t to it, and comes back to the '?t original owner. What is nniil nnf is r.nt in the tioeket. We havo a list of tho better flass of dwellings for sale. If you waut a home we have a nice list to select from, f...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 1 July 1901

tinOE SPRINGER'S LT 5II0T. illans Will lc5t Notices" That Lands Arc In Contest. WnehiiiKton, Je 30. .ludt!i .1 . .. 1 ... nnunH riAIIJ ii r hi j in k lii in CYiittni. iu lint tlin Kiown. Corunnclie and tmeho du ocntes. who nri now on lmir wnv homo, if thu president's . . 1 a i . ...Alwa til ill 4 uUnt. . f . 1 vatious to settlement 18 lsuuea, . ..11 II fit 1111 lltMSUUS n iiV &MU.J w... Annhnif rm I 111 T'fil' r VII LI 1 1 II 1UUIU lUUIUIUh unt;n...i ti.nt t n ltifiinftB iinvn Illtl IlllLlliCTU LllUlt tIJU never consented to the snie 01 im-ir land's or to tho opening of the same to settlement bv white persons nnd Unit all persons who may settle upon the lands will do so ut their peril. That the Iudians nre con testing the question in the courts nnd if successful all persons who wity settle on the reservation must be put off by offleers of the Kovern ment. IT 18 FINISHED. The groat Oloudcrott lodRO has been completed, formally opened, and offering an Incomparablo cruls Ino, under...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 1 July 1901

The mn "cr 'et V I 3rrj V . , r : 'IT I ITT " I jcA HRL Mill 1 I MBM Aw .X""" t i Bt H: l.M- lb HUH KCU T Nl-W JUDQU INSTALLUI). Judge 61 Do A OHt, Jp fw fhe ttx v. tfct if TtiAt I tl NW "WW prepaid, n. rue "teiipse, 1 rtll. nnon fllpf. rPlly asa timcpifco. JLimUNow, boys andjfcii fntls, your re a live It adtfi'V only take yffu a IP tills be.iutlfiilfw, nnfl cofiMako your remit' I'tlons to ft women. I AVii' JA'l Lave te glossi ness ot -inse is marked f. mm. 3 Mil gw-ft i NMHWBni 1 PWUP;". V 1 1 Hh Kltti fl Mr. A'Jumm'm - dRj I - - "... ", I, Ob, Thc "Ecllpsti .,W j , . . 4 M 4 -0 f : I r hi i hil iitiwm iiirti . L i . ...... .1, m vi' ' - .Jei. , . , -Mm iKorl i li'o-.X- T TV T 1ft i Ml 1 tmm la i-fcm-lltBu-f Wi ,i am JnC .-.44 Sit I I 5! f A '(! ,iini 9M m 1- -t F . ..11 lio tviiiow the crenm in I? w 1 1 r are tlu.W I 1 It, H.W ' I si !1 fat I.I 'IV 1 f Ik . Blue Ribbsn High Patent H JEM lt w4 Unymbinl Takes the Ontli Offlcj. Vinitu, I T., 5uuo 30. Jmlcc llavmoml who stioeeeds Jiid...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 1 July 1901

2 '.,j-.j.. i. Jtr. Trlnl o llnUp the VrmA. I A remarkable attempt was made In Dcnmnrh recently to brlinr baclc to Ilf a limn who had died in a hospital. The experiment was measurably aucrcMfal, as reHtifcllntlon wns elTecti'd Kcvcral lioiii-s niter (lie man wini pronounced lcnd. I)r Mnnp, wlio wns In chursc, ivas unnll( to maintain lifi, however. The patient hint died from typhoid fever, and I)r Mau derided to try nn experiment. Itespiratlon lincl eenmd eoinpl t ly n nd the body wan cold. Di rect iuiikhiiki' of the limit wan resorted to. 'flic client wiih cut open directly over the In irt. mid thnjui;h the In cision the physician panned hU Imnd nnd nelzed the hem I. lie eomineneeil a herH'M of conipresHloiiM, n ml in n abort time II' heiirt commenced to work of lln om'i -U'onl. The action of the lieatt f. lunlly heenmc Htroncer. lint tno mini mill not commenced to breathi Only lifter the heart had been nctitiK half tin hour did the llrst gnnp for mr come. 'the patient was then nuaj...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 1 July 1901

' (bo Scr) let T dato X l" ' V - I 1 '1 I vl K : , 0 7 J L I IlMUUNGCO. ; if CKIAHOMA GfTY OX A Chance for for the Boy or Girl. "Do you want to Earn a Beautilul Watch? If so. a little time and Energy Will THE ECLIPSE it is the Name of This Ueautilul Vatch--Cllven Away Free of Charge with every Ten Subscribed to the Weekly Journal. O AilUR PROPOSITION'-Any boy ft IJ Cfitlonh to the Kauris Oity Weekly Journal at the regular subscription o of 25c per year each, making a total or $2.50, and send us the names addresses, together wiih Uih money, we will mall to him or her, pot- v I; preppld, one "Eclipse" watch as described below: The "Eclipse" watch Is a beauty! Gun metal finish; stem wind and 1 set open face. The "Eclipse" Is a watch that Is a credit to anybody dear ry as a timcpleco .'Now. bovs and nirls. here is finds, your re aiivosf mri get them to subscribe for tho Weekly Journal. It ail'dl on'y tuko yu a little while to .-cure a list of ten subscribers ana fli this beautiful watch...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 1 July 1901

i DAILY AKDMORIilTE. HIDNKY BUtl(lt). Proprietor. btlibeit Hverr Aftrrnoon IHMnrrtT Ki orflee of imblloMlon. Court 8trrit. baltrnri at the I'oitofflcn l Atrtmof eooml oim mull ranutr. miT.i. . BUIIHOItllTlON IIATKB. Week ! 3n Month 9Ter ' OFFICIAL OHOAN OF Till! OHIOKASAW NATION. Alun the OfficlH OrtrD for the OniCKASAW bTOt'K ASSOCIATION of the Inrtln Terrltnrj. TIME TAIiLE, If. Celorado and flanta Pe Kallwey. OOTII-HOPND. Hetton and Chlcarn Bxpre i40. ro. Oltbarne and KnfCltr Kxt't 4:P-n. HORTIt-HOtlXD. If eiton nrt Chlcfico I .prf m.. A W. Iiohiiam. Ticket Acrnt. W. B. KaA!. Otneral !' tiuer Atrent. Ust the long Distance Telephone . AND CALL tT Phone No. G, II you vraui mo ftiiu""i . i a,a a tiftiffiii itrt AnDiioitE, Monday, Jvl 1. NOriCII TO THE I'UHLIC. Any orrotipouo reflection upon tho cbnractor, standing or reputation of tiny person, lirm or corporation which mny nppenr in tho column" of tho AJiDUOitKiTK will ho Kindly cor rected upon ltd home brought to tho attention of th...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 1 July 1901

4 If A.I in EAiqT. Speolal Correspondence, Emet, Ind. Tor.. Juno 29. The peoole of Emet are making nrrant 'or b picnic to bo l',lt-?n ' " 'ntnrn. ThO exact dato $sf 5sAlater. lenlson and 'o under portnut young S fern:, 12 c) "10 kilty ? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 T TT TH6 Goods are Going Fit ...On all C13S 9 Identify the Unmarked Graves , : By order of the city council the Jjlurnves 'om fourteen in number) that are now in the public street running through the old cemetery i tu West Ardinore must bo remov al ml Notice is hereby given that unless the graves nro clnimed or Y identified by relatives within 30 Y dnys from this date, the bodies of Y thoso buried therein will bo ex humcd nud re-interred iu tho Pot Y ter's field nt South Cemetery at i the city's expense. J. W. GOLLEDOnJ) lt Sam Noiili:, Vm. h- C. Slauohter, or We want to to thank the public for their generous patronage and assure them we are leaving no stone uuturned to cater to their wants. Enormous selling has broke...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 1 July 1901

1 nil) Ann: NO A Critical Examination The now Husli and OorU Pianos will stand the mint nrltleal exarnlna lluti. They are made of the heat mnlcrlnl money can buy. They have always been noted for their (mull fill tone. The tone U even better today than evor. Call and eu the dew styles J nut. received. I alo ll OlilckPrlnir & Son. hinerron. (,'nble, Milton and Klngabcrry I'lnno" I Nell sheet mimic at one-half oil. E. B. LUKE, AhDMOKS, I. T. OliVette Soap. I ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. For Bus! AMI You'll Not Get Left Meet all Trains Day and Might. FINLEY & LIGHT. II. P. O. H.-IJ. I. O. IJ.-IJ. I. O. 12. Tickets for the meeting of (the Benevolent ami Protective Or ler of Elks at Milwaukee, Wis., on Halo July 20 and 21; rate one faro i1iih $2 for the tound trip, final limit for return passage, July 21), but an extension of limit can be scoured to August 10, on do- posit of ticket with joint ngeut. be tweeu June 2.') uml 27 and payment of 50 centH additional. Pull in formation g...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 2 July 1901

If. r ay--- ftur tr "? M rv mdln r. s n J volume vm. a,,v,BorrIs.v.or?s- L.P.ANDERSON, B. F. FRENSLEY, President. Vice President. . FIRST NATIONAL BANK, j, Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation, Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund The oldoit bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with ifood bauklnc. Bruce & BUY THE BEST Eupion Oil The following mercha . .re Pettitt Bros., M. P. Botnar, Skipworth & Cullum, A. A. Bailey, J. A. Bodowitz. Kendall & W. S. WOLVERTON & SON, INSURANCE AGENTS. Fire, Accident, Health I Only first class companies represented. We solicit your patronage and guarantee courteous treatment. Office up stairs in Itandol building, East Main St., Ardmore. Phonn ones by repairing, cleaning, dyeiug. and pressing Prices moderate- L. F. BURTON, The Old Releable, with Farthing & Cooner, P. 0. block. li? 1 ARDMORE TRANSFER CO., ? When You va...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 2 July 1901

Shin Diseases The Damage to Small Grain uktm tm? Lattery1 Moxal tn-t WW Eitaer Ka LjiJ-U Enhances the Value of Hay. rt-a- T -In 1 T 1- ' ' - - "i - ' i : i . i- . -. Pitr t-r- - . . - - -.--. . V it Cio, -r i -'... .: .suz-rT. a'ri n r- art keaur n tSsr -s&ntar tat ajronr r tiff mm. Tie ao-r mtmi c. . . -. .- - - -- - i r -r rtatB at -t sr- mjff- t 'j' n rr jr,i j . .. ir.ii jr.aT rsal ..- - irra-' i a -,- .- t- : -. - :ier taat jct J- . t-i i . iwi - :.i i -i r is " -j'. ' lift I rf -Cut. Jtj Tiw ' -t. i i ..-r -.ij -.f v;aaav tec - W -ablUha We Want to Sell Yea 5uS rw i t wa a CMm to wmtw 13 t ) ftts aawi. oma Stugium mat. 'I OLR MARKETS. ft: Werfi R:i81B: Mc&ffc5C Mattrnd am Tiu ooi arte ti ham. :: I Mowers and Rakes C wry 4t Baa Wm baa Moo Baa Ti in- I w a mm of -a -a-. J t SO at a feoc rr md '-rrtb. rr.Ca i THIj Jeu- a4 'm tbtj at- IK! I NT JtTTgH. U SAWS A. A UrtM i )e8 ra bK at oe It o e .1 1V Ml 1 M 31 M air. c .m to wttr- MctM. Mr. Hlwtk ttontl 'fIT UP 06 Bus week, ...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 2 July 1901

.2LJI TP ' fir ) LGBANON. Bpecial Correspondence. 1 Lebanon, I. T., June uo.-Kaln Is neodod In this aeotion of tho country. 5 v Afnwann n n rl I n . n , L rOlOBBOr UlDiDW" uut. nuu IlkUt happy over the arrival of a baby girl Friday. Row V. !?. Dorrlok went to Purcell Thursday to attond tho session of tho Wynnowood District Conference. Mr. Orr and family leave for Chlckasha this morning. Messrs. White, Laming, Holford, and D. A. Rold left for Sulphur Mon- day. School commenced Monday, Prof. Merson principal. Mrs. W. D. Hnuls has been quite sick for sovoral days. Danlol Gray formorly of this place has moved to Earl whore ho will mako his futuro home. Imported digestion and asslmlla- tlon produco disordered conditions of the system, which grow and are conllrmod by nogluct. Horblno Rives tono to tho stomach, and causos Rood digestion. Price 60c. City Drug Store, W. B. Frame Will powor is groat, but wo cannot afford to depend on It when wo would lly down. Thoso vho Hvo on farms are liabl...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 2 July 1901

Ti J. J. DABBS' SPEGIAL SALE 1 1 r r xrrr tit Injr MuWKra Trtitimrt: ft. j l-abls: KM fur VKytMTi ire tto arrr an jaw. t lnc ft. ftac-r aa It. tioevy iwm JNmaMMtt. Tea fcr vnfM e too- Mf iurrow at kn . auk Wkwsi um zswwi rmtof tniubr tut bmamma Mm t't pr-rwte taftrms fseas MMhw tay ejartwi WaBBiae? aueV r ?urc fjHtwet StL 3n Jfiissss Eals hs Long es Tbsy Usi i.kDSl si Lsmss - I , fDBT BtfEpfiBS iurlJiE Ks)3 Twb Hi'ssls SO St&Ct '- '- " ' 1 I Witt bote TT n I Vil STL WtoaarKt. &3I: Ti ? -Sim Tm UTT SfXIBffi, EC III t.. TWlll K t il 5or 50e .25t AIM for cjty MS vdi OK! 01 5 u cb un wl th ro at: mi tb lf to of di til $5 cl Jit le in ni h 1 I o o v i 6 b li k P dt IT till we me W. ofll del nh iuo Hvi iu ala wo deu bee par Jlo nan all) tO IE tiot AVb utrt fan be; doe tow vB tlin toS vie ltb( X. TiKE TAiKt-E. t r Zulrvrt JCaif a. B. ... r -L. in MddJL w . tnut tana r mr r ' ( r ; 1 'A 7i t z. ah. A 'if' j ' Tt Vive-om S. 5, -wlt w ta aa4ar k tW !(rtr W'k garibw ia tk Btt-wtat The ...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 2 July 1901

If I. I i I ! i on fZ3ulo ...On all Clothing in the house for the next Ten Days. Come early I while you can get your sizes. Remem- f g ber every garment in in plain figures. Resp, yours, I z il f RINGER BROS. I A LIVli WIKU We r.-vr have believed that for yottv tailor goods, do you! What Do T u man in this town inclines to tvnd awny from home tor a suit in the hope of saving a dollar, we have a proposition right here that leuves him absolutel.s without nn txc.Qse. Here It Is : A Bran New Suit, worthy to be worn any where on anv occasion for A $20 If. On thee two propositions we lose and vou gain, but w have ii't done as promised. This proposition holds good for 30 days, if and during that time our store will be the cheapest in Ainer- y Vj ica for Ardmore people to buy first-class tailor made goods. (J ) Out cf town trade solicited on the same figures. ) U istuoorWest xf T RVDH Thc Leading l $ ST"1'"1 YVi H. DlKD Tailor. Vjj ik- '"rCl; WITHOUT AN EXCUSE iitUS- Beautiful Hair Makes -B...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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