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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 22 July 1901

mm A i i. THE DAILY ARDWITE. MONET HUdOB. rreprlMtif. ruiliiSfd Eftrr Afternoon (aatardar Bi cipital anO Booilay llornlnr. Offer of patillcatlon. Court tretl. f alarm l th roitofflee at '??' teond elaia mail mttr. Not. M.'H. BOIIMCB1PTION BATEB. Wink 0 Month . . Oa.T.ar I .u .to t.oo ornciAi. owian or TI1K CHICKASAW NATION. Alio the- Official Orirn fur tn CU1CKACAW HIOCK ASBOCIATION of br Indlin Te-rrltor. TIMI3 TAULIJ, If, Catarado and Sinla Fa Hallfar. IOOTU-OCHn. Union and Chlcarrn mnrm lit Cl.trarn. and Kan.aaCltr KipriM ' V.m. KoatH-tOCIItl. alftiton ami Chicago Biprf . a. rn. Claturna and Kmai cltjKiprfii IHM i a.m. A W Iiohmam. Tlrun Ak-cnt. vf. I.Kidii. 0n ral I-aninitir Aiient. Uit the long DIiUih relephone I :: AND CAM. IT Phone No. C, If you want tho AitDUoniciTit. 2 AHDUOItK, MONDAY) Jl'Ll 22. J- My nelKbbor.t cblll' lovely olf, WJtb hair of tawny Kold. Antl.nh, I lovo my neighbor' child Bhe'a seventeen years oltl. Both Durwood nnd Oakland suffered by lire at the name ho...

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. — 22 July 1901

4 HOliVERYBODY 3 4, 4, P has a buetry kind get your tires reset on one of HENDERSON'S i 3 TIRE SETTING Macliines.I 4? 4, 4, 49 4 49 49 49 H, 49 49 49 49 49 It Ssts them Cold. It Does the Work id a Few Minuter lime. It Keeps the Dish of Wheels Just Right. It Does the Work Perfectlg It is a Wonderful Improvement over the Old MM. "1 No more iriicn work, but tlrc 4 without niir chance or giving tim tniirli dwn to the wheel, or In an; wnv liilurlntr It Having one nf th-.c Tire Ketten In practical op nv chance of giving tim Si ernt inn. t lie run rnnnee 1 if tin; iiulilic 11 xilu'lli-il. All Murk tlmr 4 (Highly warranted. ji S RRfUMVAY r.AlWIAPiF SHOP. 8 JD. E.ALLEN, - assess A LIVU WIHIi What Do YOU TliinK? Wo never have believed that '.! for your tailor good, do you f n man in this town inclined to m suit in tne hope ot Ravine n dollar, we nnve a proposition right here that leaves him absolutely without an excuse. Here A Bran New Suit, worthy to k worn any where on any occasion for Hi H...

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. — 22 July 1901

Ml R PROGRAMME ADOPTED FOR THE THREE DAYS, The Old Veterans, United Sons and Daughter of the Confederacy will Divide Time in Enter taining their GuetU. The followit-sr i the programme for the three days reunion, Month)-, Tuwdny ntttl Wetlnenlny, July 22, 23 ami 2-1: FIRST DAT. MORNtNfl. The Confederate Veteratw Unit ed Sons ami DaagbtPt. of the Con federacy will 1 called to order by the President at 9 o'clock'. Prayer by Brigade Chaplain. "Dixie" by Ardmore Urnsfl band. Address of Welcome by Muyor D. J. Kendall. Music by the Band- Response to welcome by Brig, (teu'l. John I j- Halt, cotnmondinc 1st Chickasaw Brigade- Miscellaneous limine. Adjourn at 12 o'olock. AFTWtWOON. United Sons of C'onfwhrntoe. Called to order nt 2 o'clock. Prayer by Staff Chaplain Dr. J. K. Yonng. Addrew of Welcome, Commnti der T. P. Uafford. lieeponte by Sidney Sauce- Address bv Uou- C. 0- Jnmee, of Sulphur Springi, Texas. Miscellaneous butineu. VlrlUr nf Ibr Maria. Among tiw II alia "onesta" ta tbe great vi...

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. — 22 July 1901

1887 I GRAND I I ANNIUERSARY CELEBRATION Friday, JULY At ARDMORE, INDi TER 26 -X, O BE held under the auspices of the Sweaters and assisted by all local organizations of the city, in commemoration of the Mth anniversary of the establishment of Ardmore, the metropolis of the Indian Territory. One Day of Pleasure and Amusement Hon. Jos. W. Bailey, Hon. Dennis T. Flynn, Judge Henry 31. Fnrman, Hon. Claude Weaver, Judge S. B. Bradford, Hon. A. C. Crucc 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. 1 1 t ft I I 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 gamesIndian ball games. Elaborate fire works on the night of the 26th. ?! Grand Club Shoot, participated In ...

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. — 22 July 1901

BmadfcaaandBtaSaUahl uu tne music anu A Critical Eiasfiatles Ttt new Bub an4 Goru Piano. wIM stand n.e a l rt It teal exsmiBl tta. The ' M4 ir the bMt Mtetin ss-nei bur. Thr hat hay bee ctrt tor their betatt tal . Tbe X'! H ere better Usfcr tbo eier. "ll and M the now stile Jt received. I t ell CMetcriBc u. fcajertca. Cable. Mittoo sod K.nrrry Piaao I htrt tr..,c at ' n haif off. E. B. LUKE, ABDM'KC,'l. T Olivette Soap. ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. 'Phone 107 For Bus! AM (fill YOU'll Not Get Leftj.EWlx h from Ohio, and hai Ueet ill Tf Ci ni Mjit. FINLEY & LIGHT. Itaby Hsiduuarlers. The New Tork Backet Store has been deifnatl aa Ardmore head I .marten, for a Iar.e iwlerv manu ! faattirinf. tahli.hmnt and j to introduce tbe goods, Give away a genuine silver spoon to every baby under twelve months old. Brinic your babies, give their names and age and get the spoon- It will not cost you a oejit Uemember the New York Backet 1 Store, next to Wbittfnrtac hotel- We carry a big line of r...

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. — 23 July 1901

1. ' n in li i i in Mn 1 f 5r VOLUME VUI. 3IDNBY SU(103. I I Proorletar. I L. P. ANDERSON, President. B. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 'Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds ij Chickasaw Nation, Capital Paid Up. Surplus r-una. The oltloit bank in Indian Territory. Accounts of flrnu and Individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with good banking. A Plain, Unqualified Promise to Pay. No Technicalities About It. The Best Accident Policy In the World, "THE IDEAL." Roberts & Poland, Agents. l SHERMAN PRIVATE school FOR BOYS ."list Annual Session bct,'ln Monday, Iiluli grade, thorough work and thirty avement. Teims moderate, watchful lOKUn. Itefer without ron-ent to following natrons and pupils: (J. J Grant, Pauls Valley: D. Muva McLImIi. Ardmore: Holmes Colbert. Colbert: Love. Lebanon: K. A. Klddcs. t'addo; Jesse; Holmes Willis, Willis: and more Territory. J. H. LeTELLIER, A. BUY THE BEST Eupion Oi! The following ...

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. — 23 July 1901

" .Wa m m la- A MAMMOTH CHIMNEY. . - Feature of Nw Smokestack at Constable Hook, N. J. Te.14 l Ik Mab. i -I. tr f: I go aod 1 r IT U 05E TEAS II HEIOHT. Will Take aav4 I'amee f Cea- er Worki S I'ae Afce alej land VMII That Tbff Mill )ur He YeW Trt Made ImU' f llie Tap. "A foot fee fT day W tae year - 'Via WLt to B-J. for if. ofl :ti rEOFESSIOUL C1ASS. fweeataa ncl tbe tlterr. 1 ) wrz a Li . r :t sad Mm rW. That l wist n-- -la fed say saitck Tr tbe Kill iui Koll Tl. taL pcpi' ' far.') lr f,.l It--Tt M Men f !. Off'.r-i Ik work" of i. .. I- MM Ho ):. N J . at ' i. I tlx ( ant , . .1 given oat Ti.' mpaon. pf ' i-x r compaay, Cf'l over o-ai-l kers red hot fasnasce ig (Jay and night Btd rm Xfmt knndra of men who art W i In itit grime and Mr given WV mtt krV-a f ever brief eleaB r "" tug cool CvkI Tliosapaoe'i rafcby desert B tiaw at it- inamaaoth chimney la literal)- trw Ti- object waa l kalM one so bigti ttial the Ui.-i- and fnm- TTMU be lifted up sbote the boo- arid BUI of K'atm Island...

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. — 23 July 1901

1 1887 J ANNIVERSARY GRAND CELEBRATION 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 1 -i ill anniversary of the establishment of Ardmore, the metropolis of the Indian Territory. One Day of Pleasure and Amusement6! 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. 21 B i Picnic 8HG B are ecue There. will be plenty to cat and drink. $3000.00 will be expended to make the affair 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, 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. — 23 July 1901

THE DAILY ARDM0RE1TE. BIDNBT BU008 Proprietor. fibllihed Kverv Afternoon fsatordayKi canted) and Bond ay Morolai, Offlee of publication. Coorl Street. altrad tl the roatoffice at Ardraora eoond olaiimtll natter. Nov. n.'lt. BUHBOMFTION BATKB. eaeweat On Month Oae Tear .11 M e.oo OFFICIAL 0 It (JAN OF TUB 01II0KASAW NATION. Alio tbe Offlolal Ormn (or the Chickasaw stock Aukociation ol tbe Indian Territory. TIMU TABLH, lf, Colorado and Santa Fa Hallway, IOOTH-BOtTf. alt. Hon and Chlcatrn KirrM IH0. m. Clebnrne and Kanaai City Kipren 4ip.m. 0tH-10!D. alveitonand Chlr.o tiprf ll!M.ru. Olebarn and Kanaaa CUT Kipreea llitJ a. m. A W. Ileum. Ticket A Kent. W. B, Kaaftt (lnerairaaaen-r A-ent. Usi the Long Ol.tuce Telephone :: AND CALL IT ' 5 Phone No. G, a It you want the AiiDjioitKiTK. AnnuoitR, Tur.aDAY, Juli 2.1. Wah between moonshiners and officers is now in full sway in tlie the inountniuB in Teni)P8Bee. Tub result ut the close of the first week of the (,-rent steel strike show the str...

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. — 23 July 1901

i HO! EVERYBODY 4 4? Who has a buggy kinu get your tires reset on one oi 4? HENDERSON'S ITIRE SETTING Macliiiiesi 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? -8 4? 4? 4? 49 It Sets them Cold. It Does the Work id a Ft Mtes Time. It Keeps the Dish of Wheels Just Right. It Does the Work Perfectly It Is a Wonderful Imcroveineot over the Old Method. 49 - n more jMiet worn, wit wres are reci accurately and quickly r 3 without any chance of giving ui much fllsh to me wheel, or in any Cfc o way injuring It Having erne '.f tlie Tire Setters Iti practical op- rT 11 cratlon, the ratn.nage nf the puMie i Milielteil. All work tlmr- tV J?9 (nu'lilv u:irr.itHf(I. m 4? DDfmuriv numtrr pimn 49 DlXUrtL V A I LAP MAUL d UI , lt ' Jo D. E. ALLEN, crrrocrcr''ro'ccr A LIVIi WIKU 1 What Do YOU ThinK? f fj We never bnve believed tbat it's right to send to Chicago for your tailor goods, do youf Now, if there is or ever was n man m this town inclined to send nwny from borne for n f j suit in tbe hope of suviug a dollar, we have...

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. — 23 July 1901

TIIU BOOTHS wiu. ctosu. Promptly at hlx I'. M., Next I ri ds. HI lleuo, Jul Hnilrond compnnlos ami prospective tippli ennte for reniftrntton ilionld take notice or the fuel tlmt prumptl nt C o'clock the evening of July 26 ovcry registration booth at HI lteno nuil liiwtoti will be eloed. Hven though n person should be In n booth witli hi papera half com t.lcted, ho will not be permitted to register. An ouVial time kfeper will be in efli-h booth to not if the clerks when (i o'clock arrives. To legister nny rxon after tlmt hour would be illegal nnd in violation of the president' proelnnmtion. UommUsiouer Uichnrdg soya tlmt his instructions are ironelml nnd will not be chinged in the sliicbt est decree. He i esjiwlnlly nux iotm tlmt nil railroads deliver their jmssentrers on Jalx 20 in time for registration- A freakish Minister. A WuabioRtou dipnteh mvi: hint week every one mil anrprited to learn that K A- Crantrell, PMBtor of the Fust Christian church , in thii city, had been aecretl 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. — 23 July 1901

r TO MAN L ATUK.W ORKh. A T2XA3 VONDSR. Proposition to Issue $l7S.ooo of Uond to be Voted On. ' Muskogee, I. T.. July 22. -The citv council ot this place bus tected the ordinance committee to draft au ordinance callinc for nn election untborizinc; the issuance of $175,000 in bond for water works nnd sewerace. Before the ratification of the Creek treaty last. May there was no law authorizing cities and towns iu the Creek na tion to issue bondc for any pur pose. Other towns in the nation will shortly pats similar ordinances atithorizini? bonds to be issued for public improvements. WOKKINU TOWAKD LAWTON. The Rock Island Will llac Trains KunnlnK There by Aug. 0. Guthrie, Ok , July 22. The Hock Island company put a lare force of men at work here yester day to push the Kradini: of ito ex tension from Anadurko to Fort Hill at once. The track is laid to within ten miles of Fort Sill, but work was suspended several weeks j ago owinc to scarcity of men. It expects to have trains running into ...

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. — 23 July 1901

U-itJwA .... A Ciilicsl Eiamloation The new Ituxli mid Oortu Pianos will statu! the iihmI critical examina tion. They arc made of t ho Ixsst material money run buy. They have always heen noted for their oeautl ful tone. The lone Is even l)ttor ttKlay than crer. Call and -co the new styles Just received. I also ell Chlckerini; ti Son. hmorwn, Cable, Mlllonand Ultisterry Pianos. I sell sheet music at "lie halt oil. E. B. LUKE, AitDioia:,'i. t. Olivette Soap. ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. 'Phone 107 For Bus! ASH You'll Not Get Left Meet all Trains Day and Nlghl. FINLEY & LIGHT. Baby llcsdcunrler.s. The New York Racket Store has becu designated as Ardmore head quarters for a large jewlery manu facturing establishment and will, to introduce the Roods, Rive away u geuuino silver spoon to every baby tinder twelve months old. Bring your babies, give their names and ages and get the spoon It will not eost you n ok.st, Ueuiember the New York Racket Store, next to Whittiugtou hotel. Wo carr...

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. — 24 July 1901

,V J I 1 B3 VOLUME VUI. a,VfEors.V.r?s' ARDJIOJIE. IND. TER.. AVK ONES DAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1001. I JM'RSCHIPTION.V I OJ Year . NUMBER 220 i l. F. ANDERSON, President. B. F. FRENSLZY, TIca Presided. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, SArdmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository tor Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. Capital Paid Up. Surplus Fund The oldest banlc la Indian Territory. Accounts of Arms and Individuals solicited upon tlio most liberal terms consistent 'with eood banking. A Plain, Unqualified Promise to Pay. No Technicalities About It. The Best Accident Policy In the World, "THE IDEAL." Roberts & Poland, Agents. SHERMAN PRIVATE school sFOR BOYS.s Hist Annual Session begins Monday, September 2d, UtOI. A school of high grade, thorough work and thirty years standing under the same man agement. Teims moderate. Watchful care over boarders. Kond for cata logue, liefer without consent to following patrons and pupils: C.J. Grant, Pauls Valley. D. Mays PurcclWJ. Hazel, Purcoll: Ri...

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. — 24 July 1901

GRANT'S LOST ORDER. How a Valuable War Docu ment Wat Brought to Light. PROPERTY Of A SOUTHERNER. Famnm lllatiirlc Paper Tnrne t'p In llir 1'url.et ul nTrimi IMItnr While Vlalllnv (lir II li ITn I 1'alr llntr It ' I'unnil III llir lliiltnm lit ft I'll. Tbe recent tlit "f many of the Trial Prvtn a''iniim t UutTalo has brought 10 light a hIiiiiIiIi war ilocu molt which tin Ih-. ii missing since tbe tattle- of Nidge, on Nor. 2G, J t(B. Horn thp llulTalo Kxnreaa. Man ager A. II. rtnrVld "f the I WA meri ts! ii exposition tins accoMed the other day by a lull. eoldlerly looking wan, with an nr,.nt whhli betrayed hi tmntbern origin, with a hearty, "Vi are Mr. IV11B1I1I. arc you not V "I am," alii llir manager. "Well, my I''r sir, I am Captain Harry Ijny of f'orslraun. Tex., ami with my H-giiurut ruiclit th federal troop at M Union llldgi-. I wish to say your picture In tiry line, eitremely One, sir, ami I am glad to nee tbe action po impartially n-produn-d. I was with ItogcrV Texas raim rs....

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. — 24 July 1901

1887 I GRAND I 1 II i ' ANNIVERSARY 11 ELEBRATION 6 At ARDMORE, IND! TER M4 0 BE held under the auspices ol 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. ne Day 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 affair a success and everything will be conducted in a metropolitan style. Hf 1 fi i f II 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 Da...

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. — 24 July 1901

THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. BID.NKY BUOOB proprietor. rBll.hd Kterr AflrooB (Bl4r' captad) and Sunday Morning-. Offlee of publication. Court Street. red at the PoHoBoe elAr amor Weak On MoBth Baa Tear B. . I .11 .M . IOC nutHll nnriAN OF THE UHIUKASAW NATION. Alio the Official Oritan for tne Chickasaw htock Association ot the Indian Territory. TIMU TAHL12, If, Celereao and Santa Fa Hallway. antJTH-BOCllD. aaaivtaion anotmcaro v.; Cleburne and Kan,aa City KPm 4 " HOITM-IOUIID. . . ' !-..... 1 , .1 alt. .ton enn i n RW"--- ,. Ti cieDurne na i " vri.i A. W. Dcima. Ticket Aire w. B. Ki!i. Clt nerai FMnr Aire a. m. p.m. in. m. I a.m. fLt. rot. Uii the Leng Dlttioce relephone :! AMI CALL IT ! Phone No. G, 2 If you want the Aumtonicrnt. AUDMOKK, WKIlNKiDAY, Jl'Ll 21. One wcct ecstatic thought Oomea to mo o'er and o'er My wife In away on a tbtee months' trip. Accompanied by her snore. Tub Itnlian vendetta seeing to be growing in Houston, another Itnl ian has been fonud murdered. Phesident Shaffer...

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. — 24 July 1901

mm mat m4 Mm b b b Mm Mm Mm Mm Mm Mm Mm A A. -W X -aW .A. -ak. aaV -aL -aaL. MA 1 fyO-Twrwv" rv 'vrwvrwv srr wAyw 1 tl iti n.. t f at i z. ri its - rrs rr tt -t; t; "t. "t; "r. "r. ir i wwwwwwwVwr ,TIII rui un ,110,e ncti. urn r iHO! EVERYBODY a Who has a buggy 4? 4? Kinu get your tires 4? HENDERSON'S SURE SETTING Machines. 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4 4? 4? 4i 4? 49 It Sets then Cold. It Does ttie Work io a Fev Minutes Tine. It Keeps the Dish of Wheels Just Right. It Does the Work Perfectly. It is a WoGderfoI Inwiraent over the m Mfeihwl. 4? ..r - tii iiiure Kiit- wiirK, iiiik iire .a)0 wlflwmt anv .-itnru.n it i.ivim. It, .n way injuring it. Uavinir "tie of ihtm Tiro Setter In prartlnil op- r" 1 erntlnti, tlic latronace of the public is Kollclted. All 'rk tlir- aj ouirlny warranted. , 4? nnoimi'iv piimmiop nnri ? DKUAUNAI LA 49 4? u- c- ' D. E. ALLEN, A LIVIi VVIRIi What Do YOU ThinK? We never have believed that it's riclit to send to ChicnRO j for your tailor cooch, Jo youf N'ow, if there is...

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. — 24 July 1901

11 SURIOl'S RAILROAD WttJICK. Texas Central r rclRlit Plunges Into Swollen Stream. Waco. Tex, July 23. Meaner dctnils of n wreck on the Texas Central Inst nicht between Stam ford and Albany nave reached Waco. A cloudburst in Jones county raited the streams and washed away a bridge and a freight train plunged in, killing Fireman Johnson. Otber damage wai done but communication was cnt off. General Mauager Hamilton hai gone from here to the seen, aud it ! thought the wreck is one of tho most serious ever recorded on that road; Thoo who lire on farms are NaMa to many aeenlel eats, burns and bruises, which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow I.lnlmsnt la prompt ly tpplM. I'rlce ana 50c. B. Frame, Olty Drug Store. Unknown Man Killed. The mangled remains of an un known man were found on the track of the Houton k Texas Cen tral railroad about a mile and a half south of the passenger station in this city thi morning. The re mains were scattered along the track for mme distance and the body was...

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. — 24 July 1901

,1 V Uncle .f PRIZU TIC1.UTS. by the Land a t: XA3 WONDER, tnm Will Stand Lottery. Fort Sill, Okln., July 23. The soldiers have orders to prepare for nn expedition into the mountains as soon as the registrations close. All sooners will be expelled and kept out until after the opeuiuc Humors cotno in here that many have squatted upon mineral claims in the mountains and propose to hold them by force. Il is said they hnve organized into heavily armed parties, ami the homejteadera who have complied with the law fear trouble. , The troops will drive them all out, however, and Uncle Sam w'll keep faith with the people who drew his laud. Mm. Nation Pined. Topeka., Kan., July 23. Mrs. Carrie Nation was today fined $100 and given a thirty days sentence by Judge Hazeu in the district court for disturbing the peace and dignity of the city by a Sunday joint raid Inst March. There is no appeal nnd Mrs. Nation must serve 1ier time in prison. The best equipped ice cream parlor in the Indian Territ...

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