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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 4 September 1901

2iw4 t iMi t LATE AND IMPOR- t I TANT PHASES OF CHILD STUDY. bt colix a. s-" rn. n Prnfmfirnf l'rithrt,y ami UUl titwiu tn the H'taflmwlii A'mwwil .Sehix t twwwiwtwwwwiwt ,,, ,, , ,ru,.t,lrai ,pV,.n. incut. nl cniiie llmt Into function unit nl tlio Hlnrl wltli it very miiiiiII niiioiint of (Ifflnllc iirnih iHtlon. In llilx Intlii iHtlnt tln hiiiiinn chllil ilirfci-H innrlmlly from the youiiK or tin1 lower iiiiIiiimIm. In tho i-iinc or n nt'wly horn clili-hi'ii, ror oxiiinpli'. we llnil ii hii'Ki' number or tin' roiiilloii or which lie Im eiiimhlc nl ri'iiily formed m ml iicinIIiir only the HllKhtc.it toiicli on the jmrt or the en vironment to net them ofT. DnrhiK (lie llrxt ilny of lilt life the chicken, nftor litcklriK IiIm vn,v through IiIh hIioII, wtiindi iuiiI wiiIIsh mill when he Keen food union grain of mind mdr.eM It with iihont iih much preclHlon iih he ever doe In Inter life, tie In to u huge extent miiture mill cnpiilile of Mipport Inic himself. With the hummi Infnnt there...

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. — 4 September 1901

JfeSTING KOCH'S THEORY ....... j. Experiments Being Made In Chi cago on Human Beings. THE KESULT8 WILL BE DECISIVE. riimlclnim Snr There In No Itlult tn Life, nn Tvtn Are Mnile Willi Mllil 1'orm of DIuciiku Only I'nllenln I" uculiileil With Ilucllll of Ilovlne Tiilicrcnlcmli. Olllclals of tlio Chicago health depart ment are conducting extensive tests to fuhstnntlato or disprove Dr. Koch'tf theory that tho liaellll of bovluo tuber culoais canuot bo transmitted to hu map beliiKs, says n Chlcnifo dispatch to the St. Louis Democrat. This step haH Iour been under contemplation by tL-em, lint how to do It without laying themselves liable to Indictment for murder In case a volunteer patient Mould dlo under their treatment has Vxt-n it great problem. Now this ob stacle hns been overcome. To clnnrly umlerstand tho matter It should be Iwrno In mind that of tho various kinds of tuberculosis there are three that are most common. Theno are the deadly form known as pulmo nrry consumption, lupus 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. — 4 September 1901

Till! COIXIiOH UNTIiRTAINftllnT, Hargrove College Opens Under I n volatile Auspices. Tlio entertainment given by llio teachers at Hargrove oollogo hut night furnished u in 10 treat to tlioso who were fortunali'Iy proa out. Tlio following program was rendered: I'HOdllAil. J. Nootuniu. hi F. Schumann 2. Viilw Chopin Prof. KlggH. A iMiiHluato Mrs. Lolnn T. Power Pari I--Tlio Rehearsal. Part II Musionlo, "Thou IhiHt a Iluart, I Know" Porlof Miss DillOfl. Am tho Moonshine. Pauline Phelps Mias Iiouiau It. Smith. alngnotiu Walt- Adili Mils Dines. 1. Violin Solo Selected Pofeasor Kigga. Tho songs and iustruuiuntal pluuos woro very lino, indeed, (lit playing high mi I tme by tho Indies and Professor Kiggs. Miss Louieu Smith's rending woro tho acme of training. She is tenaher of elocution and ia certainly a mistreat of that divine art. She poKoscoe a magnetism that can not fail to br comuiuuiuuttid to her pupil aud iuaptr them wttk time oloiiueuos. At the uoucluaioii of the above program, Min...

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. — 5 September 1901

volume vni. f sidnby suaas, I Proprietor. J ABDMORB. IND. TEH., THURSDAY EVENING-, SEPTEMBER 5, 1901. i subscription, i I One Yeor S8. I NUMBER 329 L. P. ANDERSON, Frtsldent. B. P. FRENSLEY, Vice President. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. Surplus Fund. Cash 110,000.00 Capital Paid Up. Cash. ... $60,000.00 The oldest bank In Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with good banking. yvvwwwwwww fc? $ & & & $ & Qs C. R. Smith, President. Lee Ckuce, Cashier. Ardmore National v Ardmore, I. T. Capital Stock, $100,000.00 A general banking business transacted. The welfare of depositors will be our FIRST consideration. The interests of bank and borrower are mutual the one fur nishing the MONEY and the other the SECURITY. No business to small for our careful attention. The following stockholders solicit accounts of farmers, merchants and o...

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. — 5 September 1901

KEMARKAULE ESCAPE. Young Woman Fell Uijtniy rc uui a Rocky Oorge. C fj inn iur&i fiJCM'- t .. of eighty feet into the corce of Kaaterskill falls in the Utsktll mountains yesterday, Miss Caro line Shroeder of Brooklyn, wba found to be unhurt, save-ior a faw, bruises. On one skle of the Korue is a shelf rock, juttine out eishtv feet below the summit Miss Shroeder ventured too near the edge, IobI her balance and fell People saw her body whirl down ward. They saw it reit for a mo ment in a balsam bouKO n then disappear in inidit of the foltoce below. Men who defended on ropes found the yonae woman na conscious. While severely brofoed she will, it is said, suffer no ser ious consequences. INUIAN ALLOTMENT LliASBS. Permission Hut Mrt Ue Obtalnrl From Indian Office, Etc. Hnbnrf. Ofcla . Spt. 4. The Indian scent at Auadarko has is sued the following letter: "Please instruct th Indians at your district aud all others ea cerned that no lease of Indian al lotments can be made for any pur p...

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. — 5 September 1901

THgjCAREER'OF LIPTON. ..Thomas Tells the Storv of His Life. AND DOWNS OP A KNIGHT. Illn FlrOVrcU'iSn1nrj- Wna $1, nml (lip Knrnlnir or Ii llo Hfenlln nn III (rcntest IIiiimiIiii-kn Mom-)- 1'or Illn l'lmt limine Venture Knrtiril In Aiiirrlon. ' Tuo 1'hlladqlplila Xortli. American publishes" an Interview obtained by Its correspondent with Kir Thomas Llpton, In which the Irish baronet tells tllo h(o ry of his life, origin and business kite ' cess, .fi'lili Is the story! as told hi his own word's: I was horn In 1851, the year that saw tho birth of the America's cup, and my birthplace was Glasgow, .Scotland. My father and mother had come there botiie years before from the north of Ireland, and my father had started as a dealer In provisions In a small way. 1 was ono of three children, hut my brother and sister never reached adult 4igc, dying when iulte young. Up to the age of M I attended school, and when I was old enough I helped ,my father at odd hours. Then 1 want ed to do something f...

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. — 5 September 1901

1 - - field T' of VO' THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. BIDNKT HUUQH. Proprietor. rabllibed Rrerr Afternoon (flatnrdarRx espied) an.l annaay Mornlur. Offloe of ontillcotlon, Ooort Street. red at tlie Poitofflp', at Ardmpra ootid dim mll mj'er.NOT.JT.'BI, BUIIHOIlirTION BATKB. Week Oa Month Taar I .15 .60 8.00 OFFiCtAl. OM1AN OF TUB CHICKASAW NATION. . Alao tha Official Ori:n for the OniCKABAW HTOCK ASSOCIATION of the Indian Territory. TIMI2 TAIJLE, If. Colorado and Santa Pa Hallway. IO0TII-B0CHD. aiventon and Ohlcnifo F.inreii. HMO a. m. Cleburne and Kantian City Kxpren.. 4U5 p.m. HOnTll-BOOHD. aWeeton and Cblcaiw KireM lJiS a. m. Clabarne and Knnn City Kxprpaa .11 i a. ni. A. W. Ddnmam, Ticket A item. W. B. Khrnam. Meneral Pamenitor Airent. : : Us' the Long Distance Telephone :: and call ur :i Phone No. 5, If you want tho Akdmokkitv. AllDMOHK, Tlll'HSDAY, SKl'T. 5. The Snntn IV railroad Is innhlnK n utroiiK effort to secure a lino Into St. 1.ohIb. Talk up the use of oil for street nprlnldlnK. ...

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. — 5 September 1901

1 i 'BROS. Handle Immense ' W JU-t of L v Pluf Rome Was Not Built io 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 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. Columbia Ready Mixed Paints... iff" CmPosec f tne most desirable pig v ifi ments free from Petroleum, Resin un ana iiKe cneap ingreciienrs. One gallon will cover from two hun dred to two hundred and fifty square feet, according to the condition of the surface on which it is spread. m m You will find our yard head quarters for the best grades of Lumber, Shingles and everything else kept in a first class lumber V yard. C. P. Van Denberg South Washington St, . The Ardmo...

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. — 5 September 1901

, , TOWN LOT SALd I-NDUD. Votal Amount Derived tn the Three Towns Was 57J,oj j. ' Washington, Sept. 4. The gen .'eral land ofllce has been informed ,of the completion of the sale at " town lots iu the town of Lnwton, 'in the newly opened part of' Okhv ..kouia, which finishes the rcoyern "mcnt sale in all the towns in tbnf section. In Liwton there were .-1,420 loU,sold, the receipts of the Bale amouutiaj: to $414,840 and mak'frifrtb'e total receipts from the nr- r .... I wtou, Atiadarko and Hobart '(O0,U00. J.UC uiKUcai utciuc price, per lot, wa? secureu in Law-ton- The money accriunn from the sales has been placed in tho sub-treasury in St. Louis to the credit of the secretary of the interior as trnsUe for the three towns. Under the law it will be devoted to improvements in the towns and in the surrounding country. Keep Your Pace Clean, your complexion clear, your breath swoet, your head lovel. Dr. Cald woll'a Syrup Pepsin will do this. It cures Constipation, Sick Headache and Indig...

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. — 5 September 1901

tMn Diseases Eczema, Tetter, Psoriasis, Sai.t Rheum, acne nnd a great many othtr diseases of like character are clawed as skin disease, when they could just as properly be called blood diseases, for they undoubtedly originate in the blood, like Lancer. Catarrh. Scrofula. Rheumatism. rntitnm,md hti tv.;.,n.. ..( . i. real difference being m the intensity and nature of the jmison. The uiore serious diseases, Cancer, Catarrh, etc., are caused by some sccific poison or virus, which is cither inherited or lit other ways pets into the blood nnd nttacks certain vital organs or appear in tlieifonn of terrible sores and ulcers, while the milder and less uangcrous skin diseases are caused by blood humors or nn over acid condition 01 mat num. jnese acid poisons, as they ooze out through the pores of the skin, cause great irritation, with Intense itching and burning. The eruption may be of i the pores of the skin, a pustular kind, with excessive discharge of thick, gummy fluid, or the skin may ...

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. — 5 September 1901

dotting Ready for Business. V. li. Corlew, with n crew of woiktneu, is putting in the Bhelves nndounters for tho Burton-Peel Dry Goods Co. Tho building, which ia tho largest store building in Ardmore, measures sixty by one hundred nnd forly feet and the BhelviiiK and counters alone will cost $2000. The llrtn hna ro coived many new Roods but they do not expect to be able to Rive n formnl opening before Mondny, September 1G. Something you don't expect, Thursday Friday. f-G Opern House. C-G 2-tf Carrie on liroailwny. An item passed along tho wire today which said "Currio Nation is doing business, on Broadway, New York." A Commendable Act. This morning a whito man was arrested, charged with stealing a traveler's valise. lie was carried before Judge Gait, who turned him over to the United States commis sioner. The owner of the valise refused to prosecute the prisoner, when an old man offered to mnko the complaint against him. After looking into the matter Judge Bradford declined to act 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. — 6 September 1901

Si VOLUME VIII. r sionby suaas. I Proprietor. J AKDMOJIE, I XI). TEH., FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 0, 1901. ISUnsCRIPTION.V I One Year SS. NUMJJEJt 330 L. P. ANDERSON, President. B. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds in Chickasaw Nation. Surplus Fund, Cash $120,000.00 Capital Paid Up, Cash.... 60,000.00 The old 09 1 bank in Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon tho most liberal terms consistent with ifood banking. 9 $ V ink T k mkVt mm 1 1 ROBERTS C. R. Smith, President. Lee Cri'CE, Cashier. Ardmore National Bank Ardmore, Capital Stock, A general banking business transacted. The welfare o depositors will be our PIItST consideration. Tho interests of bank and borrower are mutual the one fur nishing the MONEY and the other the SECURITY. No business to small for our careful attention. Tho following stockholders solicit and others: Wm Munzcshcimor S. T. Ulcdsoe J. II. Akers 0....

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. — 6 September 1901

iM jJ-WUHMW. 3twviM fee lMMaSS taM Hits Toi YlsitM Oir ' 7 tor. -p,"r 1 ' lMMta(AM fte mmjbV SwaB m "HaT bm ''aF tM ia 'to y t' mi jJaaS if 3t Brf Tac: n m ihk m lay ttavt" " " ' ' " " tfMHV iaW aMMM f aftpprf JMmmm IK -jtgjjj MMt teMjw tMMMMM; MaVar ftt HH f labMjMMJt pBMteBte- jj, tnrf qw - iagHBii!ri!iM gimmStmA rMaTia'"aiMMi "wr ", 1,r - mm mm mw m jrnnwwir v tet wr imntiaw wm It Pij Ion te Bo So 25c 5.JW2S wordh S5 so SG: dh&ioz 51.75 Ladtes' fijian sofes wiarih froKa SQ us 3IO: casics frora 32.25 ie 52. (5 We en hand a nJtl line a? aferfhaffdwore. Ths 1st ass aepiaes in tinrwara. Also a vary nice asaarsnarn erf g.Ltaawrre -am! cjuoansware. 12 boxes mascftss iot iOc 5 tars of Smiss Soaa - 25c 4 cans Giani lye 25c ;2 mls Nusget soap -s Arrr. and Hammer CUBED. 25 Cincinnati Racket Store... Je tert Era Sjfc ol ffi k Abo P 1 L 0 ltS te w iwwtM j,, M t rcMH CWr Snf wt r ani MM ms -rw 7)mk aHTWXf if Mmu : Mf'L M M tt JOT SiT11 -"""T' " ni1rnr " SjJrft2SMt""" C JtSMWW. Oi Block SE...

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. — 6 September 1901

Shin Diseases Eczema. Tettfr, Psoriasis, ShT Ritr.?M, Acni: nnd a crc.it many otlitr diseases of like char.ntcr nrc classed ns skiti diseases, when tliey coulit jmt as properly be called blood discuses, for they undoubtedly oriRinate in the blood, like Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Hlood Poison, etc. : the only real difference bcinjc in the intensity nnd nature of the poison. The more serious diseases, Cancer, Catarrh, etc., nrc caused by some specific poison or virus, which 13 cither inhented or in other ways Rets into the blood ami nttacks certain vital organs or appears in the form of terrible sores nnd ulcers, while the milder nnd less dangerous skin diseases are caused by blood humors or nn over ncid condition of that fluid. These ncid poisons, ns they ooe out through the pores of the skin, cause great irritation, with intense itching and burning. The eruption may be of a pustular kird, with excessive discharge of thick, gummy fluid, or the skin may be hot, ...

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. — 6 September 1901

Clothing Made to Order... Just Received by iar -mailt imryn. r munrr hv" Iekw awuurt ear- i niL-twnnBm. cm. famdiffiio lestra j e tee :jMt""mA Zsmum ' Wmmt hKt MRS V tTar . i i TTH .- fflWlffBI II IMP: V1B MBKit sdar- . -or. j. 3na .Wfcala ve met, mum tarn. seres1 .Hf . v- jE Farthing & Co-oner 500 FALL Patterns This line consists of ail the late novelties, and at low ! prices that will surely pisase. . We respectfully in- -rrw"M' - Jp1 a a. 1. mw ibi efts e am . I iv vr as a surra "a 1 1 Tmt aartt m w'JWMi 'Tdk k S! md 4bk mtmmam ata attiaw- if iowe saannatr V aaw mt V 1 jS JC V Mmtoi tew aah.. tomtom mm- . . I fc- - mmm xTSSJ'mm 2 iwfcMiiiMita Iter ff MfaK w r- mm nn mmmmm mtmm . mmr a 4uaaaa esenc mmt mmm at T it f anil.il IThiiMii THE OUTLOOK &xmzmr im Jmm w 9 f 1- 2l L TlTT "rZTZ. raseaav ef ttttfetf sestet aeawat H maitM B F. IvKaL mmSmwmm, tii j lamm. ar una nanus V -ste af aaam that tew i . r """ aMnvM tMw'wy Ywii tt -tu? r5i. mi mc iwr xemrf A Mrthr -a&nr ' - T ...

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. — 6 September 1901

SON BROS, Handle MBmjpr , I Son Dros Co. .1 fvl'i Immense ' W -Itf SWAN GROCERY COMPANY 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 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. Columbia Ready Mixed Paints... Composed of the most desirable pig- 'i'J? rnents, free from Petroleum, Resin Oil and like cheap ingredients. One gallon will cover from two hun dred to two hundred and fifty square feet, according to the condition of the surface on which it is spread. (!) W (ft a) IV You will' find our yard head quarters for the best grades of Lumber, Shingles and everything else kept in a" first class lumber yar...

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. — 6 September 1901

QOLU I'INl) IN ARIZONA. Ulscovcrcd by a Mexican Shepherd Who Kept Ills secret. Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 5. A party of niiuers from Wilcox have re turned from the bonanza placer dieeinL's which were recently dis onvnrail fniir IlltlOB ffOHl DOS xjvsvttVia OnbezaH minine enmp. They re port that the iliKRitiRS nre rich in Kold nnd more extensive than they expected. Some bitf ntiRKets have been taken out and there is con RiiWntitn pvcitoment nt Des Cabezas nnd Wilcox. The discovers was made by a Mexicau shepherd some time nco, but he kept it secret. A few days atfo ho was disclaimed and went lo Des Cabezas where he bocame intoxicated. Ilis money cave out and a snloou keeper rofused to (jive him more whisky. The Mexicau flashed a bottle which was filled with nufrcets of cold and at once efforts were beRim to learn wheuce tho Rold came. The Mexican did not have to noy for any more whisky dttriuR his stay in camp, lie refused to rovoal the location of tho Rold fields, but a friend who arrived ...

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. — 6 September 1901

ELECTRICITY'S ADVANCE CO0N WAS TO FRE"- Many Improvements Seen the New Inventions. been strung op, publMy waippfai and given boors to leave town. As evidence be carries two notes which are in tbe shape of warnings to WTf, and strips All over bis tack ,Gae Advice te One ei Ml Race and jQ Was Mrunj: Up. A Memphis special says- V. ' 1 1 3 . ... i wvutif, a cuiarea raan wao bus " sen years of service in tbe United FINE EXHIBITS AT PAN-AlJERlOAll 'States navy, and who is still in tbt j service, although at present on a su,,,,n u ,n iUr M,,p "Uik leave, bas eome to MmnMs Grrlrrrainp.vl.i. Wlihln.rr..f ... . . . , . r.l I'tntrr nnd In li.nll.n... IP... ' ' """f. l'olillc nfrt)- In TrnitM'orlntlttu. ltlrclrlc ltnllrnnil t)rlrr. Other world's fairs liar marked tbe rortA of electrical development by the telephone, tin- incandescent light. tbe trolley our aud the pbonosrar.b : he m u f ,h wWppiBK He The I'm American W peculiarly wi.i ! . . .1 . . p 1 J Mutative of electrical power transmit tto...

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. — 6 September 1901

ANEW MANAGEMENT Lindsay House Pomnnuillc MARRY A. SHAFFER, Prop. Tpyoq udlllDullllOl Pormerly ol Oriental Hold, Dallas. 1 U AUOl nrd of Trcmont Motel, (lnlvcton. Good (ookint Good Service. No Use To Hurry. Thero 1h iiii ofllciul pint of I'nuls Vnlluy pigeon-holed oiiie-vhore iu tho intorior department oITIcch at WneliitiRtoti. Wlum this map Is npptoved, our town will bo entitled to nppralHomont and Halo of town lotH in accordant with tho OurtiH law. A mild, lint itiHtHtoiit re minder that wo aro waiting for him lo roporl miKht havo tho effect of itulticiuc Hourutary Hitchcock to 1,'lanco over tho map and aillx IiIh onicial 0. K. thoreto. I'aula Val ley Nowh. Say brother, don't lot tho plat oauao you any worry It is only tho beuinninu; of Pauls Valley's troubles and tho more you worry about it tho moro remote tho plat will become. Wo thine wo apeak from experience. Huy tho Springfield wau'ou from Spraixins. Worthy of Notice. Mrs. N. II. MeUoy played tho woddinu march at the marriage ...

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. — 8 September 1901

Jmitey VOLUME vni. f sidnby suaas, I Proprietor. ) AMMIOIiE, INI). TEH., SUNDAY MOMING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1001. l subscription,! 1 One Year SS. J NUMBER 331 L. P. ANDERSON, President. B. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation, Surplus Fund, Cash $120,000.00 Capital Paid Up. Cash.... 60,000.00 The oldost hank In Indian Territory, Accounts of firms and Individuals solicited upon tlio most liberal terms consistent with good banking. Nothing Serious Financially ..can befall the man who carries insurance, no matter how serious the accident may be. lie is iu receipt of a Rood inconio while incapacitated for work, lie draws a substantial sum in case of the loss of nn eye, an arm or a leg or both or all of these members. If killed, his family receives Insurance should be carried by ROBERTS C. R. Smith, President. Lee Cruce, Cashier. Abdmore National Bank Ardmore, I. T. Capital Stock, $100,000.00 A ...

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