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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 12 July 1901

W si ' l aHH I 7 -A Critical Exaiiiitiii The new , ana aerU Pianos will stand the most or tlaal examlna tiou. They are made 0r the liest material money cua buy. They have BlwayM been noted for their Iwautl fultone. Tlio teae Is even better today than ever. Call and net) the r' new styles Jiwt received. I also soil 'UhlcKcruii: oh, -Amerson, Uahle, Milton find Klngsberry Pianos. 1 stjl sneui musio ub one-linl! Off. E. B. LUKE, AKDMOKK, I, T. Olifette Soap. wh the Abd attMtlo "-why b... Will Stand.... litll -HE TEST. "Tl ' Co:hone 107 An " are mtr. For Bus! Eleve. chartered' I DewcoulTNoiGet Left The only I worded la ill Train? II! Mi ftlfit. of8,,nASsLEY&MGHT. Turkey has dttanitr dernatr States alter mnct 'or $433. WonlLn mills Unnn 1 .' aey, d away ia ifc!B,on,ThHl two weTIsaJornpi.ln ...1L w tl .!.-. KD v ul, ll,. .1.. & London n note scoured TOoterriflo ravacsttlo and horses Lmanv nrostratlortio $U!5. Tho ILro reported, 'ited to H. T 0 ?TT3tho note u Up. , about 1. year? C...

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. — 14 July 1901

Haiti) litwwif VOLUME VIII. I SIDNEY SUOOS, 1 I Proprietor. I ARDMOIiK, INI). TER., Sl'NDAY MORNlNft, ,1 VIA 11, 11)01. I I a m v WAV I it L. P. ANDRRSnN. R. P. FRFHSI.F.Y, . " D.i.Mlnf Vie. D.KlM.nl FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund The oldost bank la Indian Territory. Accounts of Arms and Individual sellcltcd upon ttio most liberal terms consistent with iood banking. Roberts & 1 PRIVILEGE W. FOR THE 4? .4? 43 43 43 43 .43 43 At Berwyn, Thursday, July 18. TI10 entire prlvllcgo of selling Ico crc:im, cold drinks, cigars, etc., price J100 00. Steam or other power swing, entire privi lege 120. Dancing platform, entire privilege 125. Other small attractions $2 to $5. Ample guarantee will be given that no en croachment on the privilege; sold will be allowed. First appli cant with the moncv gets the privilege Reduced rates from I'urccll to Oalncsvlllc Inclushc have been Becurcd...

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. — 14 July 1901

5! W !. . w an J SMALL FARMS IN CUBA. Opportunities Offered In the Dis trict of Guincs. I tVALUG Of IREI0ATI01I SHOWN. Volnlur unit IIHlnns I'nn lie firtivvn Il'nr llii tmerlemi UN Writ tin tlic L'nluin Mnrlf'l Uilcnl nf it rtitinl lerln of I ninl Tetnn' I'mlltiiltle (, Venture. i ltit dim- of the t-nuimtin mistake (lint ICiiIki Is kihiiI lu I'.itin only augst and tubaem. sins Hm New Vrk Tlllnme's (nin-i . ni, mliliiu frnui (iiilnc. hie mil the I'lilltitc of frtiila, which U gnlnc in inki' fnMi( innk in Hi nvtri cnliinul iihIii-iij In the near future, (here l .111 ii luiihcr uiilniloH In pro duction ilnltii'o Ih I Iii district of mull farms mill xin.ill fnriiiinu. They raise itiim noi mill lor IihhI i i-iisuinpiinn, lint rr i xn'l to l lie I'iiIImI .stale. N'o lit lull (if lllf Nlllllll give II liellcr limine In tinly Hie imspccl nml the ctmditlnii nf small fiimtlng. . Ilcfinc tin- Insum-ellon lirniiiilil Mi ell print ilcK'nii'tliiii I hp (lultie district wn niic nf 11"' umsl nroper...

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. — 14 July 1901

1887 GRAND I ANNIVERSARY ppy FRRQTT i i i . i m fi t- x X JULY At ARDMORE, IND. TER 0 BE held under the auspices of the Sweaters and assisted by all local organizations of the city, in commemoration of the 14th anniversary of the establishment of Ardmore, the metropolis of the Indian Territory. Two Days of Pleasure and Amusement Hon. Jos. W. Bailey, Hon. Dennis T. Flynn, Judge Henry M. Furman, Hon. Claude Weaver, Judge S. B. Bradfore, Hon. A. C. Cruce and other prominent speakers will address the gathering. Big Picnic and Barbecue There will be plenty to eat and drink. $3000.00 will be expended to make the allair a success and everything will be conducted in a metropolitan style. AMUSEMENTS A grand parade, composed of all local organizations and busi ness concerns, ann headed by two brass bands, will com mence the program. All kinds of races. Roping contests. Ball games Indian ball games. Elaborate fire works on the night of the 26th. Grand Club Shoot, participated in by the Dallas,...

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. — 14 July 1901

An' . vm If, tMTIIP - t' tfcftl 1 r aaV j I. J. WIS' SPECIAL Ml . - - tit Pi ol. be tb Si Bin .Of Ai' ' ra . IT mm &m S 5. JLt mtiMunou0 MAMtiM moo U jtMr (MM. ft ir r ouywhMi to M. H MM iMr HI r r IWUrffl or ti tiiUtrf for M'! f limr twvM'MM tor iW fw tM mMt 09m lw 4kbKiyl l M Al MMt tT MV M BlrT C$m to turn Jvu, rt4(Mr i h lMwtr wraUkMH of Cm m- wv 'MM iMmit styxHg h9 f4t yf tf M tto AM TMffV vf Mri UM M '4k hi nmty v( k 4 cm'f ma iM to ngmmr M)4- It H 4ut0Uf rtM Wtr.A4 "'f MTr t 4fM ,iwimlMiMiir hT rtot " m4 Hmmtm i4ttm m1't Um ') MK UMM IMI Jm & unmuvM for Ml i rfc ' itiiK" FMinif Willi A fMivy "' ' Naur im h muni ((mid tliui mwr f.. ii, iii Hitt wl4 t lirllrl l i' li (Nt4 "f 1,1,1 Ur u4 'It' I liHClMMt IMMS I Hi 4i lMiltM4 (I. Ub -mil, ' tfffttn r lit (( ( (, (Mr (;', 4tr I'MHNMMf f wnild wirlv miimUHom fill (M)lb iM.u.i.i I.h Uumi IN Tftofi I IU DUINUri "f IMIllllHfl HH l im tinv ikihhipi man wiin viii (iff It f ' ih tn iwi iiii nfH, Hint tNi rU 4 Nvr, iii ur tt"" iit-...

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. — 14 July 1901

A PRISONER DIUS. D. Tomlirtion, Under Sentence Sue fc. cunib to l'cer. D. Tomlinsou. who hns been con fined in the federal jail, under n five year sentence for larceny, died ot typhoid fever nt 4 el 5 o'clock j'esterdoy nf temoon. The remains will be taken chared of by the officials- TotnlitiBon was n citizen of the Creek nation and his relatives reside there. The Itlk Picnic. The -Ardmore people, who at tended the picnic on the 10th re port a delightful time. The din "tier was excellent and the enter tainment of all visiters was cor ,dial. Col. J. T. Mullen read n portion of the president's proclamation opening the new country and cave otne instructive comments on it. The progrnm wns interesting and the following young people took part in it: Misses Lulu and Effie Lampkins, I2dnn Jones, Myr . tie Cooper, Lult McDonald, Amu Brownlee, Uelle Wright, Alice Lawson, Thenio Kdwards, Marie Morrison, Dorthie Byrd. Alice and Mamie Haves. Henrietta Kemp. HenriitU, the little 8-mouths-old doug...

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. — 14 July 1901

conrosiiiDN conmssioN. MlltlKotk lakes Selection of Super Urs for the Drawtni?. Wm-hiriRiou, Jnl Vi Secretnr Ilitohrix-k hns tnken up the ques tinu of appointment of a commit sion to euperviee the drawinu for homeslend entries which will com mence nt Kl Ileuo on .lnl -'!) Letters have been forwarded to three prominent men of national rnpuUtion reOetilt them to nc 11.pt position! m member of the communion- The nme of Prtie are beioR carefully jjuinled, though the tin ile intandine it that Associate Jus tire Hrewer of Kkomk ha len wtuested to accept the chairman-j ship. Other names meotionetl in connection with pluce are ex At torner tuerl John V Uriels, ex Speaker Thomas H. Heed und ex-Senator John U. Cnrliale. 8ecretar Hitchcock expect to pn the men well tor their servicer The department has a large fund on hand to be nted for such pur poses and could if neccMary pay the members of the commission $50 per day. The impression prevail!, however, that the compensation will be much less ...

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. — 14 July 1901

The rinrtHln-rn, IT1! Ijfi-t Tew limit" 'nrk J GL, lirm .t timtvrr M k A pair rm In 0 Uwttttrd t , Clf l likr thr ' '"'J o' '"t ! I mini Who fiamrt thi drink if paridhr. 01 mrtorrtai tkfir ,1 , from taidtf frvit hk.i itr mmti, 1 And (ratnm lliwi Hut t.i, ihv rail y. And mtke blt-ti r a Cilnt. Ob, tai'l fwftt .h- IMymmiih tn Thtt mk at )lft nwrrr (fit, III rl Itxi rftk ,ril wtitl, twin i Tkit ntr Mlirril mf My httwtl Ar4 krl Oh, root, rtffMhlnf hmhI Oh. (ritrlul minlc to thr rjrl i CYtnbrtl, thjttrrrd. powfVrrJ In tttt lUm, A ftjlrlul. irocrn porm thnr, Ihri tit t4 (limr on tht top Imtlnrt with lllr and Ifiowt lit bit Hit Irivr out villi a mil K At thoofh It nn tht ml old Alt. to, trim Vrnm thtt wt hath I Tho hnrtltM ebmj, mntlr ttrt. froth rrotn a Mirowhlno bath To not upon a touch of in. A rt of ortaft, a dM of toM, Tbt crcwalnf tlT o( Uw float i TUr Mnk't romplrtr and omukliic rold And mdy lor thr arid throat. , ,' To yon. trrt "tlorodort" maid, '' Wk Hitatd (Ma turamrr hlrratag't...

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. — 14 July 1901

K I 5 w 1 ra SI IIC til 2r A Critical Examination Tlx- ofm Ruoh and flerU Plant will -land f lie moot iltli-al examina tion Thcv nre made of the best material unmet n lujr. They hare lwn In en imte'l for tbelr lieaull ful t.n- Tin- tone I eren belter loduv than ever. (Mil and tea the new trlt-K jul receded. I lw Mfll rinrkenng Son. hnieraon, Cable, Mill. .1, and Klrite.rty Piano. I !! ahei't tiKimr Ml one-half oil. E. B. LUKE, AKDMORK. I. T. Olivette Soap. ....Will Stand.... THE TEST, 'Phone 107 For Bus! AM" You'll Not Get Left Meet all Trains Oaj and Night. FINLEY & LIGHT. Maids n( Honor. Mrs. Stowe, sponsor of Indian Territory for the sons of confeder ate veterans has appointed as her maids Miss Lola Clark, of Mari etta, Mrs- Kiln Dotson, of Ardmore and Mies Pearl Fox of Sulphur. HprugniB it Co. have n big line of icu cream freezers. Any size, any price yon want. For shelving and couuters, pee Donaldson- .'J If l:or Sulphur Kcuitlim. Stand and other privileges for the grounds,...

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. — 15 July 1901

i - ill mm VOLUME vm. SIDKBY SU003. 1 Proprietor, i AliDJlOJtE. IND. TEH., MONDAY KYKNINd, ,nThY lo, 1901. loTOr NUMBER 221 t. P. ANDERSOH, President. B. P. FREH3LEY, flee Preildent. C. L ANDERSON, Cuhler, S. M. TORBF.IT, Asst. Cishr. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. THE FID fll WASHINGTON Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund .$60,000.00 110.000.00 Tlie oldest bank In Indian Territory. Account? of Arms and Individuals solicited upon the most literal terms consistent with good banking. INSURANCE Roberts & Poland, 1 PRIVILEGE FOR SALE W. 0. W. 4 4? 43 43 43 43 43 FOR THE PICNIC AND BARBECUE At Berwyn, Thursday, July 18. The entire privilege of soiling tee cream, cold drinks, cigars, rc, price S100 00. Steam or other power swing, entire- privi lege $20. Dancing platform, entire privilege 125. Other small attractions 2 to $5. Ample guarantee will be given that no en croachment on the privileges sold will be allo...

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. — 15 July 1901

A JEWISH EXHIBITION. Planned to Hold One In New York Next Winter. TO EE HISTORICAL IN CHARACTER Uriipp nf llir- I'mlrrl, In VVIilel, All llruiinlfrri lllre, llmllea Will o-uiirrnlr-llr. C Mia .1 ll-r Clmarii l'rrlilrnl f Hie I'M-eiltlle Cm- . miller. It has Iwn delettnlned tijr it number of promliirnt person interested In I lie subje-1 to have Hi New York city dur ing tin- winter uf lt'l anil 1102 nn American Jewish hislorlcnl fxlilbltlun similar In some departments tu (lie Anglo Jewish lllatork-Ml oshlbltlon held In Umilnii In 1SH7, M) tho New York Tlim-n. When tli Ainerienii Jewish Historical soeloly held It lnt ineetliig In I'hllndelptila, a rninuilttc wns np pointed u-lili frill powers to plan for tills Jhllflllon. Tin- -'! mil tt-. In whose lltt nf mom tiers are ninny prominent iwrsotn, re ported Hint inch mi exhibition would do credit in tliu Jew of America mid convince lln American people Hint tin-It Jen lili liri'lliri'ii hnve plnyt-d an Impor taut lmrt In Hit' development f...

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. — 15 July 1901

1887 ! GRAND . I ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION JULY At ARDMORE, ND. TER. T 0 BE held under the auspices of (lie Sweaters and assisted by all local organizations of the city, in commemoration of the 14th anniversary of the establishment of Ardmore, the metropolis of the Indian Territory. Two Days of Pleasure and Amusement Hon. Jos. W. Bailey, Hon. Dennis T. Flynn, Judge Henry M. Furman, Hon. Claude Weaver, Judge S. B. Bradford, Hon. A. C. Cruce and other prominent speakers will address the gathering. Big Picnic and Barbecue There will be plenty to eat and drink. $3000.00 will be expended to make the allair a success and everything will be conducted in a metropolitan style. f AMUSEMENTS A grand parade, composed of all local 01 ranizations and busi ness concerns, ann headed by two brass bands, will com mence the program. All kinds of races. Roping contests. Ball games Indian ball games. Elaborate fire works on the night of the 26th. Grand Club Shoot, participated in by the Dallas, Fort Worth...

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. — 15 July 1901

THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. nlDNBT BU0O8. rroprlator. c.pt.d) anJ nondar Momma-. OlEc ol tlillellB. OoarlMraM. l.tfd "at lb. o'8" '.' iF?i,r " roDd elm null matter. Not. a7.'. HUllHOnirTION BATKH. Out Wt.k Ol. Month Tr I .it AO (.00 OFFICIAL OIUIAN OP TUB CHICKASAW NATION. Alia the Offlctkl Of gin lor tbe CnicKASAw Htock Apmjciatios ol lb Indian Tr rrHarr. TIME TAULIi, II. Caloradu and ant. F Hallway. OOt H-.O. KD. iTtlton and Chlram Hmr.M 'I"-?-OlabrniianilKaraaaCltrMpr tMP.ia. NoatH-aooD. aWraton and rhlsat-o BsprMll:M a. m. Olabnrn. anil Kan. aa CUT KiPtMa 11:11 a.m. AW I)cmm. Tlrku Aiff nt. W. II. KaaaiR (Ivntrall'aiianKrr Avrnl. Uti Ihe Long Dl.t.oce relepfcue .: AND CALL IT " 5 Phono No. , If you want the Audmohkitk. TJIIM1S WORTH tuaus II-RINO. arduoiik, Monday, J'L J6. notice to the I'UULIC. Any erroncoua rcllpctlon upon the cbaritctor, itanillnu or repuutlon of ny penua, Arm or corporation which may appear In the columns of the AKDliOhKlTK will be jtlitdly cor reeled upon It" bei...

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. — 15 July 1901

JUS ) TOLD BV TELEPHONE. Word Whlipercd in Our Ear From Inland Town In the Territory Honday. CI1AOKIS. The rush of the home seekers through this place to the Coraan ohe country still continues. Quite n number of Cbagris citizens hare cone. Dry weather and dust still pre vail. J, G. Dickson is quite sick. Mr. Davis of Henderson county, Texas, is here visitinL' the family of ! A. Hrowning. COKN'ISII. 5 Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. M. A Adams, n daughter. .Mrs. Sam Roberts, who dierf Tbnrsdny tvenlng, was buried here Friday. K. J. Creel of Cbngrig was here Friday. T. M. Dngger was here Sunday from Chagris. A number of our people attend ed the picnic at Atlee Saturday, nil of whom report u line time. Miss Cecil Murrell of Coesfield, Tex., is here visiting her brother, W. L. Murrell. MAKIETTA. Several of our citizens are at the .picnic grounds today preparing for the picnic next Thursday. A. K. .lenkins of Htivin is visit ing here. mannsvii.u:. J. K. Stalling?, K. L. Martin, Russell, T. J. Whit...

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. — 15 July 1901

I i Sal we the inusio " T ? i.tii rrnnr I .. . I Tllli IMHAN QUIISTION. Will lie Solved Shortly-'! heir Condi tion (Ircally Improved. Washington. D C, July 14. Caphiiu Andrew ..ackson Duncan, brother-iulnw of President Mc Kinle who linn bf cn in the Indian service lor Hip past four years, has tendered hi resignation to the de partment and will become a nation ul bank examiner for the stnte of Ohio. Mr Duncan ba tnken grent interest in the work entrusted to him as ,eeil agent H is very enthusiastic in the work for the betterment of aboiigiueg, and be lieve that the Ituliaua are tmikitig rapid stride towards civilisation. "In teu year the Indian qntw tiouwillbe olred if the prwsnt rule of improvement cootiine. Con gress has teen liberal of Into years m response to the reporta of the Secretary of the Interior, and the general condition "f the rsterva Hon Indun? i greatly improred. They haw altnn.t more schools than th-v . an r.e now, and the sentiment in Ur ct adopting eh dined wtyi, w...

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. — 15 July 1901

) HEALDTON. Bpeclal Correspondence. Healdton, I. T , July J3 -Still the utat nnd dry weather continues. lioada tiro lull of Comanche folks hunting for new homes. Our town is depopulated nearly nil ore cone west. it. II. Wbaley came back yester day from n two weeks' visit in South ern Texas. -Mrs. M. M. Wbaley and J. It are here from Montague, Tex. Mrs. Wbaley to visit her son, and Mr. Wbaley to look otter his cattlo Inter est. Stock water and grass Is very abort and tbe stockmen are nottlng uneasy bs well ns the farmer. Col, tiugga passed through without stopping, taking In the picnics at Loco and Brock. Health Is very good, Mr. McKnlght being away at tbe new opening keeps our postmaster, Mr. lleald. elose In tlio olllco. We have passed the botest spell ever seen In this country, and peak from seventeen years' observation. Tbls neotlon Is not hurt as badly as some by tho drought. Some corn will mako and cotton Is not materially injured yet. Moore's Pilules are a guaranteed euro for ...

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. — 15 July 1901

1 I I . I A Critical Examination Tlx new Itutli ittirl Osrta Piano will stand 1 lie m i rlttral exnnilnn tluii. Tlii'jr aru mad of Ihe best material mrict can buy. Tliy hae alwins been noted for their Imautl fnl iimr. The tune Is even belter lodav than oer. fall and ee tliH new nlvliw Jni received. I nln sell Chlrki rlnir r.meron, Cable, ililton and Klngterr)r Pianos. I soil she' music at "iie-hllf oil. E. B. LUKE, AHDMdRE.'i. t Olivette Soap. ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. 'Phone 107 For Bus! AM' You'll Not Get Left Utet ill Tutu 0)1 icd Night. FIN LEY & LIGHT. I -or Kent. One two-room honse. One three room house, usw. One four room house. Apply to T. It. Johnson at Cold Storage. 14 8t Spragins & Co. hsv a We list of ice crenm frefzsn. Any si. any price yon mint. For shelving Donaldson nnd orauttiro, 8tt l:or Sulphur Rcunhtn. Stand and othw urivilesss for the, craned, for the Ite-Canfed- erate reunion which will b held ! at Sulphur Springs on July 22, 23 1 and 24, will be sol...

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. — 16 July 1901

YOLTJME VILI. SIDNBY SUMOS. 1 I I'r.arttt.r. ARDMOJIK. IND. TER., TUESDAY EVENING, Jl'LV 10, 1901. 1 SURSCRIPTION.i I Oac rr IS. J NUMBER 222 1 L, P. AHDERSOH, President. B. F. FREN5LEY, Tlct Frssldent. C. L. ANDERSON, Cishler. S. M. TORBETT, 1 Asst. Ctsbr. 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmore, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation, 'Y Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund .$60,000.00 110.000.00 The oldeH bank la Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with i:ood banking. INSURANCE Roberts & Poland. 1 PRIVILEGE FOR SALE W. 0. W. FOR THE PICNIC AND BARBECUE 43 ? l 4? 4? 43 43 43 4 43 43 43 At Berwyn, Thursday, July iS. The entire prlvllec :lllns Ice cream, cold drinks, clears, etc., price 1100 00. St ' power swine, entire prlvl- Ick'o 120. Dancing pli c privilege 125. Oilier small attractions S2 to 15. A . . -unintcc will be elven that no en croachment on the privileges sold will be allowed....

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. — 16 July 1901

ij-ia. T w y tawx Ob a V. MOTES FROM MAHIUL ixvsnnat m metm. ! r. ' ,. la tH.I mm .ra.. !.., ! '''"" ' r.. r. r t .-W HIT 7 r4fr i "f N jrw t nft-. .! M ft w i- . -cut, fM f V'T W fllft t rMrSm ft Or..' l H latauw IlrMir. lomr Ml; MrMf ( 1 7nry aw a !f aiaaur- "An wnM um It IW ( Ixt" j"itnt MMtHrf mi la ia Iaa4i. rinrniw WHar f. It l1f mt W H laM for M kav rftt. awtfcinx rto 'a aitol fwwiiant. All laal A wmMt M V N to ttpt" mail aaanaaV rrMi to . ikai 'a lrwrai m rritj-hK w) w"umttj jwawtV raflf Vnna aw in ff I aa I watt MiMilkMt at ib aMirt arf p IMaiaW ' inrHitfMK 'a aulM 4m . rrnlat ilflr la. I tea aMtl ilm " t'.lUiw pntlf aw ItrHr i ft xl '-Ht-n aarcr aa Irarf K.ru.r kfliu'Aft afb I kar waajM i'.li'tMy la ftr thl iMjr mtgh' ' iHf'lity n4 laylltkt'i-T!! ' w aMf 4 ; anili'm H .jo a a 14 Ibw f l.ia ramlly vita lltlla rf rL M'mr f v)'nt u at at. llr 4mii I aot nvk. davaa't ' to Hmxv Km lr as4 aVtaaa't waat to Ixrnu a CbrnMlaa la fart ft aa r. fMHl of lb a)4 'f IW ootaMa mmrtA. Tlif ...

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. — 16 July 1901

1887 GRAND . ANNIVERSARY ...CELEBRATION Friday, JULY At ARDMORE, IND: TER. 6 0 BE held under the auspices of the Sweaters and assisted by all local organizations of the city, in commemoration of the 14th anniversary of the establishment of Ardmore, the metropolis of the Indian Territory. Two Days of Pleasure and Amusement Hon. Jos. W. Bailey, Hon. Dennis T. Flynn, Judge Henry M. Furman, Hon. Claude Weaver, Judge S. B. Bradford, Hon. A. C. Cruce and other prominent speakers will address the gathering. Big Picnic and Barbecue There will be plenty to eat and drink. $3000.00 will be expended to make the attair a success and eve , thing will be conducted in a metropolitan style. Rft f ft i f AMUSEMENTS A grand parade, composed of all local organizations and busi ness concerns, ann headed by two brass bands, will com mence the program. All kinds of races. Roping contests. r Ball gamesIndian ball games. Elaborate fire works on the night of the 26th. Grand Club Shoot, participated in by the...

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