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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 29 August 1901

THE AGE JF DA2sDIE8J BEAUTEOUS ATT SI 0T THE SWELLS OF THE E.GH7EENTH CENTURY. Silk uj Vetirf CH of All the- Col or mt tbe nlVr. Were Tk tie Rii T7 Rrlcn ml twe a Urtct, Beaw BrmjnmrU la the rAorSoeM dayi of Kis Oerja It sat wore isUk or velvet coal al caftan cf U rainbow. They trtpt.- zaiactacty alec; roo r rctlur asoa toetr beads rowfal f Sfrute cave rltt a 4 at pe-Oer. tMc -rtcW wa sTCamOed witt biC. tb;r ward fcsota tnaW alaro on the rd. ud tMr pw4i 4nM free U atftk batsoa. ;tiri tshwii sOt ife kan red is4rtl aha rparuar tMr nusasae. It i 11 ateost rtiBT ""tase poaVAeaaea tie Gmitjs" bad rwil ta foUcwtoc Has J 0-r?e Stwta at Dtnc tx, laVStead of the H-wUsm. Karl Ma "Tae ati Ttm MM id Vj tV Itk cf KkrftUBo"sd I Mke awod'aVo.? -'Jrtli better than If ft te4 beta tifT slt rlanag col or. SWetai are saaaii- aler tt." acaia :a 177; 1 TT' . "STay a :c r xi.Tr tolra -i per- ( prra. itten t Tsveu j tt. jb Ja &:t cf bis life a fttti aa a ..-'! t 'Ik xrvat ILar-1 aaaeff ir.ik-w i. t har...

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. — 29 August 1901

THE BIRTH OF THE MOON. When the Knrlli "Wnn a Sphere nt Lnvn, Multen unit I'lrtt t r nrd. The enrth rovolvi-s on Kg nxls once !n 24 Lours. Millions of years ago t!ie ' Ouy was 22 lioirnt; millions of years I e fore It was 21 liours. Ah we look back ward luto time we find the earth re volving faster and faster. There wan c. time, apes npo, Iuiik before geology begins, when the earth was rotating In n day of five or six hours In length. In the remotest past the earth revolved In a day of about Ave hours. It could re volve no faster than this and remain a single unbroken mass. It was at this time that the moon was born separated, broken off from the parent mass of the earth. The earth was then n molten, flattened sphere of lnvn. Its whole body was fluid. The tides, which now are small, superficial nud, so to say, local, were then uulvcrsnl and Immense. They oc j curred at short Intervals. The whole surface of our globe was affected. And the corresponding lunnr tlrioK In the fluid, molt...

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. — 29 August 1901

I OKMULGEE (Mil SKETCH OF WORK DONE BY REPRESENTATIVE BODY. Preamble and Resolutions Execu tivc Committee Selected, All Men of Sterling Business Intogrity, The Press. HpocUl to tbe Ardmoreite. Okmulgee, I. T., Auk- 2S The meeting was called to order by Georjre McLacau, president of the Okmulgee Commercial dab. The president introduced Col. George A. Murphy, who delivered the ad dress of welcome. General Porter wa3 called on for a talk, and responded with a few appropriate remarks. Motion to adjourn until S o'clock was voted down, and motion to proceed with business prevailed. General Porter was chosen tem porary chairman, and J. C. B. Lindsay of Wagoner secretary. Moved by Mr Douglas of Mus kogee, that in order to expedite business, aommittee on credentials be dispensed with, and that nil delegates in attendance, whether present at the time or not, be seat ed in the convention. Also, that jhe registration for names be kept open during the proceedings of the cdnvontiou, so that any o...

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 August 1901

km volume vni. a,DPNrBoj:r?,v.ar?s' AEDMORE. IND. TER., FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 1901. I SUBSCRIPTION, I I Ob Y.r it. J NUMBER 2G1 L. P. ANDERSON, President. B. P. FRENSLEY, Ylce President, C, L, ANDERSON, Cashier. S. H. TORBETT, Asst. Ctshr, FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation. Surplus Fund, Cash 110,000.00 Capital Paid Up, Cash $60,000.00 The oldost bank in Indian Torrltory. Accounts of firms and individuals solicited upon tho most liberal terms consistent with good banking. tft All that is Left... i for the widow and orphans In $ many cases Is a policy of Insur- 5 ancc on the lifo of the husband and father. And that Is a valuable a-iset. It will provide for all neces- sltlcs, or nt least, keep tho wolf $ from the door, according to the amount. Hie earlier a man 5 begins paying premiums the smaller the payments. J Why not look Into the mat- $ ter NOW. We shall be pleased formation desired. V& v. I J ir...

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 August 1901

TTtC OM.Y 0E KESTHED. ELTIORE. TT. May fasra is of lilt tie rw- Jr AH tie Tbtrctta&ai of Wciei:- j 5p-ctJ Osmrpva&vztt. er, OslyOae Cri LU ( Dbirt, 1. X., Ag. A rw2 laij V7M VTrSci: tui a Tery ba.2 rptU mLS itdivl ytUts&iJ. ahttit liter ox terer, b: if a? aalx. tJttn otic fortsati osti is tit Tayior astf wsl, D: J. L , H Eao drtwfet iftri the aw T7ter. bar tbeir store iro- - Jttr 2tLv a IrrtiT to i i 1T f- xs. -&ty zita a - , r-BTti bai zzrS ae o! a aw GIN MEN TAKE NOTICE, We itre a fi-. riccx cf iits Ssutf . .eiadisr fzii lise! fert&t etir. bo, rab- htz na& leather ttllisir. ptei ki, pi;-t tad 5ttirrr. "Vi" eta H rsr rderf jcwsptly tad -wili set ros racory . Arawe VxtfcwaJ Ink, So 1921. Ttrnmrr Dr?.aTJtxyT. ) OS CeorptroBtr of tbe Oarreacy , TuUscus, D. C . Jsly 2?. IK. J not- He raTi gm :r ue an? i W C C I" C DDAC T .T" bales rftr tie !ay I C B. H- XttX a lev itTt ! ar s a Tlrtt Wc Is Klrntttppi, i M. Te arc cpi Tit pe itre 1 netS9 r4c"i5nr thse litt ctot a...

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 August 1901

mem The neid notion in YWi V s? Mi. bodviaovcr- ?1 M W Eczema seta the skin on fire. the blood nro forced out through the porc9 causing intense redness, burning nnd itching, is the itching at times, especially when the I heated, that the almost distracted sufferer feels that he could tear the skin to pieces, and that he must scratch or go craiy. He knows from experience that this only tnokes matters worse, but, made desperate by the terrible burning and itching, he is for the time being indifferent to after effects. There are several forms of Eczema, the moist, or weeping kind, that comes iu little pus tules which discharge n watery, sticky fluid, which dries nnd peels off in bran-like ecales. So tire-fuse is the discharge at times that large scabs or crusts form, which are both painful and troublesome, and not easily removed. Red, disfiguring bumps nnd dorrs arc svmntntin nf ffrmmn. Tim ilrw form uut-iltw nHiAi ln li-,l hands and feet; the skin, becoming hard and rough, often crack...

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 August 1901

THE DAILY ARDJBOREITL SIDNEY BUQQ8. Proprietor. rakllshcd Ererr Afternoon (6turdr Ex. epus(J) and Bandtr Moraine. OMet of publication. Coort Btref I. Marad at the Poitofflce l Ardmor aa aeoad olaiamall matter, Not. XJ.'W. BOBSCRirTION BATES. a Waak CM Month a Taar I .u M 1.00 orriciAL obqan or THE CHICKASAW NATION. Also the Offlclal Orsan (or tbe Chickabaw Stock Abeociation of the Indian Territory. TIME TABLE, lair, Calarado and Santa Fa Kallwajr. tOCTII'SOCXD. alTeiton and Chtcaa-o Eipren 1H0 a. m. Oltburne and Kama. City Expren. i : P.m. FOmTH'OCD. alTtitOD and Chicago Expref : a. ro. Olabnrna and Kanaai City EipreM Jl: a. m. A. W, Ddruim. Ticket Acent. W. B. KuKaft.tltoeral Paengrr Agent. r Uii the Long DUtacce Telcpbone :: AND CALL VT r, m Phone No. G, If you want the AiiDiionEiTE. Abdmork, Friday, Auoi-bt 30. Tho Ultimatum of the French Reads thus: "Put up tbe stuff !" And still tbe sultan alta, and elta, And elta upon tbe bluff. Secketahy of the Navy Look is ill and bis person...

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 August 1901

luiiUDtin AD WRITING TO ARDMORE MERCHANTS: The Ardmoreite employs a skilled advertiser and ad writer, who will call and write ads for merchants, who are using or contemplate using the columns of this paper , free of all charge. CONTRACT LET FOR ITS CON STRUCTIONITS BUILDERS. Work to Begin at Once. Outline of L08tofflco that ho would have to AD WRITING Rome Was Not Built in a Day ...and' Time is required to equip a great grocery store. Owing to circumstances which we could not con trol we can not be prepared to serve you i in first class style before Sept. 1. However, we have an immense stock of fresh groceries and can fill your order promptly. It's our ambition to have the biggest and best errocerv store in Ardmore. and have it the most thoroughly equipped. This we will have by the first day of September. FELKER, the Grocer. A Slick Negro. Yesterday Deputy Marshal Jack Walters brought Georgo Young, colored, from Wyuuewood; Ue was orrcsted for fraudulently ob taining money on n posto...

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 August 1901

. A FIVE DAYS' GAME. Conlliiiiuvn I'oUrr IVrformnnon on n tirriiinit I.Iiiit. This Is tlio og of n poker game played on tlio lilftli sens nml with nuvor ft trnlsht Hush but thnt of tho rosy mom and never a Btrnlght roynl but that of n passing ship, wiys the New York llornhl. The pnme lusted for five days straight, ami wine who hail been tlush arrived In Hrt wiylns that thoro was tlio douce to pay. A four niastor was the host out of the deck, and It came only three times. The game was a continuous performance beginning at Cherbourg breakwater and ending at Xn lit ticket lightship. Thore were seven men from all tho world who sat In, and their name.) war llerlab Wilkin. M. A. Ounst. Ja cob Itotlwchtlri. Florence Klegfeld. Jr.; M. Warthheluier, lleuno N'eiiberger and IoiiIh Strasliunn'r. The limit was $5. nifd some sny more, for wltat are chip at $1 apiece with a northwest wind and u .swelling wa? Day In and day out In the smoking room of the Kaiser Wllhelm tier O rosso of the North Ger...

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. — 30 August 1901

The Finer of (he Hnel, Mrs. Minnie Wnlter Myers, In her "Koinnnce and Henllsin of the South ern Gulf CpHst,',' Rives nn account of onof the lnfsUcliiiilciiBcs to n duel whl" occurreQMn Louisiana. The nf fair was between M. Marlgny. who be longed to one.ofhe oldest families of Louisiana, nud alMr. Humble, n sturdy ex4ilack8mIth0eorKln, who had be come n man of'pbllticiil consequence. M. Marlsny took ofTense nt some re marks of the Georgian and sent liltu a challenge. The big ex-blacksmith was UOUplllSfd. "I know nothing about this dueling business," he said. "I will not fight him." "Voh must," said his friend. "So gentleman can refuse." "I am not n gentleman," replied tho honest son of Georgia. "I mil only a blacksmith." "Hut you will bo ruined If you do not fight," urged his friends. "You will liafc the choice of weapons, and you can choose so as to give yourself no equal chance with your adversary." The giant asked time In which to consider the question and ended by ac cepting, lie...

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. — 30 August 1901

; COAL ! The Consumers Coal Co. j McAlcstcr Mines, and Gen'l OMccs, S. McAlcstcr, I. T. Sole Agts Prairie Creek Coal Co.'s( Hartford) Steam Coals Mr. W. F Stowart, president, can bo seen today and tomorrow at the WbltllnRton, prepared to contract for regular weekly shipments to retail dciilcis and steam consumers. Wire or write us for quick shipment. Waterworks Pointer. Tho Fort Worth Register gives some intereating figures on the wntor situation in that city. It says: The total earnings of the Fort Worth waterworks Inst year were $87,290.95. With this income it paid the operating expenses of $25,730.82, paid interest on bonds $19,-tn0, nud had n surplus of $12, L'JO.03 to show for a profit. It supplied water consumers with 1,142,000,000 gallons of water. Even at ten cents a thousand gal lons, the same amount of wnter sold to the people of this city would bring in n revenue of $114, 200 a year, $27,000 more than the earnings last year- Why should the charge ho twenty cents when ten ...

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 September 1901

mutt VOLUME vni. f sidnby suaas, l l ProDrletor. ABJMORE. IND. TER., SUNDAY MOKNINCt, SKPTIfiMBEIl 1, 1901. I SUBSCRIPTION.! I One Year S3. J NUMBER 262 L. F, ANDERSON, President. B. P. FRENSLEY, Vice President, FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmore, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. Surplus Fund, Cash 110,000.00 Capital Paid Up. Cash. ... $60,000.00 The oldoat bank in Indlnn Territory. Accounts or firms and individuals solicited u '. the most liberal terms consistent with Kood banking. yWWWWWWWWWVV I CI I 1K- I T1 I X ft fmC rj VU J, ! 1 fcS & sfi vfc 4p $ , & & & C9 ROBERTS C. R. Smith, President. Lek Cruce, Cashier. Ardmore National Ardmore, I. T. Capital Stock, $100,000.00 A General bunking business transacted. The welfare o depositors will bo our FIRST consideration. The interests of bauk and borrower are mutual the one fur nishing the MONEY and the other the SECURITY. No business to small for our careful attention. The fol...

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 September 1901

,v. I Home Study Course ft h jj Self Education Under the Supervision II of Prominent Educators. $$ I E. Benjamin Andrews, LL.D., Editor. jf I. Prenatal Influences. I T In n Tory old iiollon tli'Jt the Impression received by a mother during ireiiiaiicy are of tin1 Kronti'Kt Importance for lier clillil. Tin author of the book (if (SciichIm rcprcfcntH .lueoh iih fiiinllliir with thlH conception In tin; breeding (if iinlnmlfl. I'lnto, III luirinony with tho pen crnl (irtM'k Kciitlmcnt, recommended LATE AND IMPOR- I TANT PHASES OF CHILD STUDY. BY rOLI.V A. SCOTT, PH. D., Vrnfrftnr of l'wli"t"W am HiU.1 SOnti (n H'(mlii .Y"fiMl SthiKil. tluit beautiful utilities Mioiild bo frequent In public place In order to Impress till1 Uncut forms on llu linnKlniitloit of mothers. In the middle psychic qtmlltlew wore also belloved to bo Impressed. The fear of .lumen I for m nuked sword due to frlKlit on IiIh mother's pnrt Ih u typical ease. At the prwent dny tho belief Im widespread. Mrs. Marholmo att...

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 September 1901

fSLd as ) Slow nealing Sores With rich, pure, atronp blood one is never troubled with sorca or ulcers. A cut or any injury to the flesh heals iu a few dajs, nature sutmlvinir the healing halm In the form of healthy, new blood J but when tho circulation is tainted with poisonous acrms, humors or any effete matter, n slight scratch or abrasion of the skin becomes n festerim sore tinv tiimnlcs crow to be boils, swollen joints nnd inflamed glands often break out into offensive, slow healing sores. A polluted blood is always n menace to health ; not only does it keep the skin in n chronic state of inflammation, but every organ and fibre of the body suffers from nil impure nnd sluggish circulation. You never feci well, you ore not nnd never can be well until the system- is relieved of its terrible load of impuri ties. With the blood so contaminated, so deeply poisoned, ulcers, boils nnd sores of every kind nre npt to become chronic nnd often develop into Cancer. Sores nnd ulcers nre most ...

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 September 1901

THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. RIDNHT BUOOH. Proprietor. rabltibsd Krtrr Afternoon (ntnrd7 Bx oepted) anJ Bundy Morning. Offloe of pnjllollon. Coart Btreel. red at the Poilofflee t Ardmore i oond olaaamall matter. Nor. 17, 'Si. BUIISOItlPTION HATKfl. Weak Oa Month Taar I .tl .M S.OO OFFICIAL OIIOAN OF TUG 01I10KASAW NATION. Alao the Official Organ for the Chickasaw Stock Association of the Indian Territory. TIA1EJ TABLE, If. Colorado and Santa Pa Hatlwar. OOT1I-BOU!1P. alreiton and Chicago Kxprr IMO a. m. Otaburne and Kannai City Kipreaa :S p.m. HOHTH-IIOCKD. alreiton and Chlcaifci Kxprcii a. m. Olabarne and Kana City Kipreaa it :f( a. ax. A. W. Ddnhav, Ticket Aifrnt. W. 8. Kkiisan. Oeneral l'aaaenter Aifent. i Ust the Long Distance Telephone ; f :: AND CALL IT !! Phone No. 5, If you want tho Audmoukitk. ABDMOHK. ai'NDAY. SKI'lEMnEH 1. Ilor chooka wero on my coat lapol, llor plcturo in my lockot; And whon at Inst wo two woro wotl Hor bunds woro In my pockot. When we get street electric light...

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 September 1901

iv" V Roiife Was Not ...and Time is required to equip a great grocery store. Owing to circumstances which we could not con trol we can not be prepared to serve you in first class style before Sept. 1. However, we have an immense stock of fresh groceries and can fill your order promptly. It's our ambition to have the biggest and best grocery store in Ardmore. and have it the most thoroughly equipped. This we will have by the first day of September. FELKER, the Grocer. Has been crowned kintr of oil 5c cigars. Its flavor, aroma and purity stands bead and sboulders above all other Cigars. Trv one. J. R, PENNINGTON & CO., Distributors, AltDMOltK, I. T. Ioyal Temperance Legion. At the meeting of the Loyal Temperance Legion, Aug. 24. The president, Willie Kendall gave a very interesting and help ful talk on "Character Building." Another feature of this meeting was a recitation rendered by Alias Leonora Parker. The children are much attracted by the work, and the society is growing in a...

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 September 1901

AN OIMJN LUTTIIR. I. S. Smlscr IJxplnliis Ills Reason for Accepting. South McAloBtur, I. T., Aug. 28. To tlio Oltoctaw nnil Uliicknsaw I'oo plo: In accepting ft commlBBlon from tlio Unttoil Btntoa government n towiiBlto commissioner for tho Uhoo taw nntlon, under tho lnw of May III, 11)01, I havu no doubt but Hint Bonio will crltiolso my notion, while othoiB mny do bo from n lack of In formation no to my full ronsons for 00 doing. Woll knowing tlmt tho criticisms will como, 1 donlro to ox plnln my reasons for accepting tho commlBBlon, for the bonullt of Hiobo who doslro to know tho fnotB, ami to glvo mo orodlt for nn lionost doBlro to bunollt tho Uliootaw and Chlakn Hnw poop.'o, na woll uh my own poaunlnry condition. No ouo linn boon moro ntronuouB In supporting tho Atoka agreomont tlnin I hnvo boon or tirgod moro fitroiigly ft Hlrlct compliance with Its tortus. I wast strongly oppoaod to tho lnw of Rluy III, ltD(), or tho carry ing out of ItH provlnlous, and con stnntly tirgod Hint...

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 September 1901

TRIP OVER THE TERRITORY. Something of Its Towns, Products, Etc Arrange for World's Pair. In my rocont trip ovor tbo Frisco fron Hapulpa to Ada I found tbo spirit of Improvement and town building very notlcoaul?. Tbo now town Hounds In tbo Croek nation on the Frisco Is building very. rapidly. Hckrs, some ton or twolvo miles south of Bounds, is situated in a lino country and It is building. Wo bavo ft great many inqulrlos as to tbo condition of how things aro in rcforenco to tho Bottling of lands around Okmulgee, tbo capitol ot tho Croek nation. This town is situated on tho St. Louis and San Francisco railroad, running from Sapulpa, I. T., to Donlson, Tox. and has a pop ulation now of about 1600 peoplo, and is improving rapidly, Hapulpa forty mlloB north, and Holdonvlllo ftfty-llvo miles south and Muskogee forty-flvo miles oast, are tho noarost towns. Corn, cotton and all othor small Krnins do woll. Drouth and crop failures are absolutely unknown in this part of tho country. Coal of 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. — 1 September 1901

COAL The Consumers Coal Co. McAlostor Mines, and Gcn'l OlllceH, 8. McAlcstor, I. T. Sole Atfls Prolrlc Crcck Coal Co.s( Hartford) Steam Coals ' Mr. W. F Stowart, president, can be seen Unlay unci tomorrow at the Wlilttlngtn, prepared to contract for rogulnr weekly ililpiiients to retail dealers and steam i-otistimcrs. Wire or write us for i"lek shipments. Grand Opening Kloski's Opera House Monday, Sept. 2 MKS.SUS AHONSON & MO UMAX . beg to announce that they have secured for the npi-nlng attraellon Miss Blanche Keene in the heaullfiil mtiiIc production entitled The Heart of a Woman and the uiiriy i- iincdy entitled The Editor MIsr Keene will he supported by , Arthur Wyndham the famous English characti r nctor, and a strone company of players. Special scenery and elTects are car ried, making the plays the strongest that will visit the opera liousu this NUilSOIl. SontN on salo at Ramsey's drug store. Prices. 25. 50 and 75 Cents Two nights, commencing Monday, Soit. 2. Secure your s...

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 September 1901

I IIS I VOLUME VIII. f SIDNEY suoas, 1 I Proprietor. J AIIDMOIIE, IND. TEH., MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1901. I SUBSCRIPTION, l I One Year . J NUMBER 820 t. P. ANDERSON, President, B. F. FREHSLEY, Vice President. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository (or Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation, Surplus Fund. Cash 110,000.00 Capital Paid Up, Cash. ... $60,000.00 Tho ohlost bank in Indian Torrltory. Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon tho most liberal terms consistent with irood banking. WW $ & . g S -S vS "al ROBERTS C. R. Smith, President. Lei: Cri c;e, Cashier. rdmore National Ardmore, I. T. Capital Stock, $100,000.00 A general banking business transacted. The welfare of depositors will be our FIRST consiilerntion. The interests of bank find borrower nre mutual the one fur nishinc the MONEY and the other tho SECURITY. No businesd to small for our careful attention. Tho following stockholders solicit accounts of farmers, merchants and ...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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