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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 8 September 1901

TMU IM1IUIMMNI2 ISLANDS. Forty Thousand Hen Are Considered Necessary to rinlntnln Order. WfisliinL'ton. Sept. 7. The War Department has decided to brine the Twenty-third infantry, now in the Philinnines. homo on the transport Bnford, which soils for New York via Suez on the 15tu Tho Kilpatrick, which sails the same dny for Sau Francisco, will lirlnif tho Eicbtcenth infantry. Uu her next ttip, in December, the Kilpattick will briuu home the nino batteries of henvy coast nr tillorv. When these commands roach tho United States thero will bo left in tho Philippines 43,000 oillcers and men, and tho present plans do not contemplate a further reduction of that force. Both Gen. MncArthur and Oen. Chaffee have expressed tho opinion that about 40,000 men will bo re quired in the Philippines for an indefinite period. We want to te You. Wo onn toll whnt ninkoH your oyeH blur nml your honil nwim. You nro bilious nml Dr. Cftlihvoll'fl Syrup Popeln will euro you or thomauufne turors will rofunil y...

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. — 8 September 1901

0 Be After Them Early They are Ready for You 4 4 4 Be First to Buy First to Wear Them FANCY Dress Goods at plain prices. Standard styles and patterns in Dry Goods and Notions, Beautiful effects, beautitul goods in Clothing', Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings. Novelties for the progressive in Ladies' Meckwear. Hats, Belts and Ornaments. Just what you want in Laces, Embroideries and Trimmings. Fitness and fineness characterize our line of Ladies' Waists and Skirts. New goods arrive daily. We anticipated your wants and provided ourselves with a greater and grander stock ol seasonable merchandise at prices that will make you happy. Come, take time to study our stock, and you will continue trading at the store that never disappoints. 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 THE BLUE FRONT STORE Has been crowned kincr of all 5c dears. Its ilavor, nrouia und purity stands head and shoulders above all other Cigars. Trv one. J. R, PENNINGTON & CO., Distributors, AKDMOM3, I. T. Wa fs i1 11 The name of JONES the Cor-...

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. — 8 September 1901

THE DAILY ARDMOREITE BIDNKY BUOHH. Proprietor. Pafellibed Rverr Afternoon tflatnrdar Hx eptd) n.l Bui0r Morolnic. Offlon of cnbltoktlon. Court etrncl. atarad at the Poitofflce at Ardmora ai asond olaaa mail maimr. nor. 11, .. BUHHOnilTION nATKB. M Waak Ma Month Ob Taar 1 .11 M 8.00 OFFICIAL OW1AN OF TUB OHIOKAI3AW NATION. Aluo the ORlclal Oriran for the OniCKABAW Htock Association of tho Indian Territory. TIA1E TABLE, If. Colorado and Santa Fa Hallway. OOTII.IIODKD. ataiTeiion ano unicair" innrni.-. nv Olabnrneand KanimClty Kipreia.. 1H5 p.m. HOntll-DODUD, AaWaiton and Chlcmro Kiprem lilts a. m. uiiDornn anu ihiii.hh r.,-i i-n. ....... . .... W. B. RaiNAN. fleneral I'aiaenirer Anent. llto tho Inner nitta nr p fplcnhnnp t :: and call ur :t a Phono No. G, It you want tho AitDStoitKiTir. AnDMOHK. Hl'NDAY, Skpt. 8. Build more hrmsen, wo must have them before wlter weather sets In. How lone before wo can hate etre,ct llghtH? The nights are dark bo 1b AnlmmA. Brigands nre reported to have...

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. — 8 September 1901

The Swan Grocery. We an 1 !fi 111 Immense J j Fsh Jdf1 One of l,, SON BROS. CO.; 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 bigge.s.t 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. ;( V1(V Bigamist Baptist Preacher. I Butlor, Mo., Sept. 7. The Rev S. P. Stack, a Baptist minister, wus brought here today and placed in jail. lie' was arrested at Pine ville, Mo. lie married last June Miss Lena lless, daughter of a nmrniiiMit fnrmpr liprp. A wnmnn ( from Nebraska, claimiug to bo his wife, learning of his morriage, came here and caused his arrest. Clp Bookfold Perails in the "2'-' dainty now blue grounds, polka d...

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. — 8 September 1901

THINGS TERRITORIAL. Tho Choctaw railroad company him nlticmt Mm now nal cam In service in tho torritory. I'lioro l an oliniuonro not of word in the arguments "f the Wngotiur Sayings for watorworks. TIib Sny IiiRfl. was burned out last woulf. An oxprosslon Is nwaltod from tho Rlnglo statehood press concerning the appointment of an Oklahoma ninn to office In the Indian territory, which was the enso In lh appointment of Kills Thomiwou to succoed Townslte Commlssloiior Smlser. All difference which may hereaf ter nrlw botweon the twichers und Crook Nntlon will hereafter ho refer red to Superintendent llenetllct for n decision. If the decision Is not sat iHfactflry to those In Interested, an np poal In Krnuted to Uie secretary of tho interior. A Claremore girl was "thunder Htruck" when the heard of her honux niamag to another girl, hut recov urwl shortly after and eloped with a JlKhmlng-rtMl agent. Chlckftslm has a proposition for a cement plant In that town. Tho Commorclnl club Is workin...

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. — 8 September 1901

, ; LEAuiixu riKivi ur int CITY Who Especially Invite You to Call on Them During the Month of Septernb er. B G M R ) A RD MORE NAT I ONAL BANK The only Bnnk in the Chick asaw or Choctnw Nation with a capital stock of $100,000.00. Your business solicted, and will be Riven careful attnntion. B Go to the... Old California Watch Maker Where you get fine watch work done. Jewelry made to order. Engraving done promptly. A. A. BULARL) & SON. VLD clothes made new by L.F. BURTON the old reliable Cleaner and Dyer. MRS. LI LA H. 13 OMAR will give her friends a hearty welcome and show them as Pretty a Line of Millinery as can be seen in Ardmore. Gloves fitted to the hand. gYRD, the Leading Tailor, Has the finest line of Scotch Woolens ever seen in Ardmore. These goods are up to date and Byrd knows how to make them fit. gONNER & BONNER the Druggists Night clerk can always be found over the rear of the store. (0 CD 0 'Z Q. O o Q CO CO 0 Z o o CL c O CO 0 TJ 0 0 0 GO GO O ! S, 53 $ Z CO s O...

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. — 8 September 1901

A NEW MANAGEMENT Lindsay Gainesville, HARRY A. SHAFFER, Prop. Formerly of Oriental Motel, Dallas, anil of Tremont Motel, (lalvcaton. Coohin?. uood Service. City Charity Work. The Benevolent society resumed its meetings Tuesday. Already several calls for help have cotuo iu nnd nmuy more nre expected during the fall and via tor. Wo hope to bo able to assist all worthy applicants. Leave calls nt the Akdmorkitk ofllce. Next nicotine;, Tuesday, Sept. 37, with J. A. Maddeu, North Washington street. Mus. J. W. G01.1.BDOB, Pres. Mits. J. A. IMaddks, Sec'y. Fresh oysters, celery nnd cream cry butter, at the cold storage mar ket. IIkatii & Jambs. When you Jo your wngou buy inp from the Stevens. Kennedy & Spragius Co. you are not forced to buy only ono kind, but here is a list you may choose from : Bain Wagons, Springfield Wagons, O'Brien Wagons, Old's Patent Wagons. Better wagons cannot bo fouud anywhcio and this company's per sonal guarantee goes with every wagon sold. Good Roads, Ho...

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. — 9 September 1901

VOLUME VILI. f SIDNEY SUGGS, 1 I Proprietor. f AHDMOHK INI). TKR.. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER ), 1901. ISUnSCRIfTION.l I One Yaar S3. J NUMBER 832 J v L. P. ANDERSON, President. B. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Ardmorc, Indian Territory. Designated Depository (or Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation. Surplus Fund, Cash $120,000.00 Capital Paid Up, Cash-... 60,000.00 Tho old os t bank in Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and individuals solicited upon tho 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, Ho is in receipt of n Rood income . whito incapacitated for work. He draws a substantial sum in case of the loss of an eye, an arm or a leg or both or all of these members. If killed, his family receives Insurance should bo carried by FRO C. R. Smith, President. Lee Crlce, Cashier. Ardmore National Bank Ardmore, I. T. Capital Stock, $100,000.00 A gener...

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. — 9 September 1901

HEALDTON. Spoclnl Correspondence Honlilton, Sept. 7 It Is still quite Lot. News of general Interest quite scnrco. Our town has ten wcrklns some of tho roads In this section. Cotton Is coming In fast nnd the Bin Is running all th time. The yield will not bo r great manr uxpect It will bo. J. W. Ormt and daiiKhter. Miss Grade, visited Ardmore this week. J. A. Whaley was hre yostenlay on his way to Koter, where be has oattlo lntorets. A. J. Shrader and Henry Qulnn are In town today. I'rofewor Stanley, we learn, will open a school here Monday. Tho health of this section Is wood. 11. 0. Martin pussed through town on route to Hewitt. Clontlomon My wife was allllotcd with dyspepsia and constipation for years. After trying other remedies I purohneotl a bsttle of Dr. Cald well's Syrup I'epiln for her and Bhe Is rapidly Improving. I oannot bo without this valuable medicine. Kospt. yours S. Blmott. Blk Olty, Kas.. Dec. 13, 1900. RUSH SPRINGS. Special Correspondence. Hush Sprints. I. T.. Sept. ...

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. — 9 September 1901

J AN INDIAN CEREMONY THE "MEDICINE SWEAT" THAT MAKES THE RED MAN CLEAN. It I III Tnrlil-.li llntli. So Slicnlt, nml It U to 1 1 1 m n Kite, Hot It I'Uf. Icnl nml Sill r It ii it 1 MiiUIiik Mrdl clnc to (lie tirrnt Spirit. Few, If miy, of tho writers on tuo fcnblts, folklore and history of tlio American Imlliin have devoted liny space to tlio red man's Turkish bath, nu Institution homemade, to he sure, but a recognized necessity In every camp and a feature of th dally life of the Indlau. On the contrary, com mentators have conveyed tho Impres sion that habits of cleanliness tiro for eign to tho Indian and that he has an Inborn aversion to water except for culinary purposes. Ily the nvldlty and frequency with which the Indian Indulges In his home ruatlo Turkish bath ho proves the fal lacy of this belief nnd shows that he, as well as his white brother, can live up to the precept "Cleanliness Is next to godliness," only In the practice the Indlau puts cleanliness llrst. Tho term Turkish...

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. — 9 September 1901

THE DAILY AKDMOREITE. BIDNKT 80008. rroptietor. otpted) nJ Bond7 Morning-. Office of nnbllcttlon. Conrt Btrssl. Meond oImi mill nutltr.HnT.17. i. HUHHOBIlTtOH BATES. Weak O Month Tir I .1 .u s.oo OFFICIAL OIlOAN OF TUB OUIOKASAW NATION. Alio the OfflcUl Organ for the 0H1CKABAW STOCK ABB0CIAT10N of the InrtiBti Ti-rrltorT. TIMU TABLE, If. Colorado mnd 3nl P K"r. ontn-ioosr. .it. ion m cme ; sr 01 Itbnrnetna kh-j --- H011TII-0CKD. ton unrf Chlcne" K Jpren HiM w.-SSKSI.aCHTE.PrMy A W. Ucinuu. Ticket A Kent. suw OUbarne 8. Kubhak- Of perm Uts the Long Distance Telephone AND CALL IT " Phone No. 6, If you want the Audmokeite. Abdmokf., Monday. Skpt. 9. Only four of nrtgham Youngs wi dows are left to mourn his lows. The morality among them of late year has kn very great. A loud crjTcomes from the country that Mine Mnd of a bug la destroying cotton. It attacks the square oi tin plants nnd they fall off. Turkey may he the "tick mnn" of Kuropo. but Turkey Is nt all times well enough to keep 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. — 9 September 1901

k Swan Grocery. We One of lies Handle ion Bros Co. f'tMfll ..Sell Only.. 1'HHh' Qroce Mi 'Feed son BROS, co. 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. Another Cheap Excursion .to. Eureka Springs, Arkansas . ) .via. Frisco System, Sat., Sept. 14 .rate of. $5.00 for the Round Trip Good for Return on Any Regular Train tor 15 Days. OPECIAL trnia leaves Oklahoma City 9:15 a. ra. Everybody should take advantage of this grand op portunity. For further information call on any Frisco system agent or address the undersigned. h B. F. DUNN, Dint Passenger Agent W.u...

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. — 9 September 1901

i lit nr r V1 M j r ELMORE. Ktmore. I T -p Ing rKHlr f" nxw- There wen good runs riind u jresHertUr mlimi rrnn will ITPIMt bOOt OBe- Our town l ti:i ImproilBg. Arthur Rfre l enUrfln kit itofe Unci. Imm Tartor fcto ready for drug. MIm Lilian CaHawar from tar rtalt la Tesaa. Our gia la rutin lag about m half of the hbm WiV. From rapona froai dirat aac Uooa ol taia couatr we Judfa tba cwLion eroo ti. mrerajte aaoui m fourth to oae-AfUi bale per aeral MIM laa Yoary of Lxiftoa. O. T., who aaa bera visiting ui for about als weeka will leave for home tomorrow Tbt koate of W. T Abbott waa rla- lleu by a tee bor a few night ao. The btggeat borae race of the aea mm will be run tomorrow evoateg be twees pop Jor aad Caatrotl. there la Stt up oa each aide apart aid bottlag. Mr, J. W. Mack la very ajek tkl iwoak. J. Duucaa. our pkotogmphar, ad orur to RoC. Wo Mara faaaa th achool dlfwcton thai Mat Call term of achool will open oa the IS Inst- with a trat-claaa teacher. Curd f CttrMtc Msrrbsiea Af...

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. — 9 September 1901

LEADING FIRMS OF THE CITY Who Especially Invite You to Call on Them During the Month of September. B G M R ARDMORE NATIONAL BANK The only Bank in the Chick asaw or Choctaw Nation with n capital stock of $100,000.00. Your business solictetl, and will be Riven careful attention. B Go to the... Old California Watch Maker Where you get fine watch work done. Jewelry made to order. Engraving done promptly. A. A. BULARD & SON. HLD clothes made new by L.F. BURTON the old reliable Cleaner and Dyer. MRS. LI LA H. BOMAR will give her friends a hearty welcome and show them as Pretty a Line of Millinery as can be seen in Ardmore. Gloves fitted to the hand. gYRD, the Leading Tailor, Has the finest line of Scotch Woolens ever seen in Ardmore. These goods are up to date and Byrd knows how to make them fit. gONNER & BONNER tie Druggists Night clerk can always be found over the rear of the store. o o CO Q O O CD DC Q (0 O Q 8 0) u CL 0) c O (0 TJ 0 0 CD Z GO CO La o 4- 0) h (D OO LU LLl CL O ...

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. — 9 September 1901

A NEW MANAGEMENT Lindsay fioinnowillo HARRY A. SHAFFER, Prop. Formerly ol Oriental hole), Dallas, aril of Tremnnt Hotel, (lalvciton. umiiuoviiibj 5. Hood Sefvice. Loyal Temperance Lesion. The Anlmore Loyal Temperance Legion 8 moving grandly ou. In terest is growing and attendance is increasing. It has been well said that the "World moves ou the feet of little children." This is true, not only of the whole, but of each separate organisation working for the world's advancement. Children are not conscripts, but volunteers. Our Lpgionera were made sad by the resignation of their efficient president, Willie Keudall, who is tn resume uis studies at the insti tution for the blind at Austin, Texas, the coming year. Willie Keudall has been a source of great help to this organization, nnd we feel that his place will bo hard to fill, he being one of the young per sons who have early realized that it is a wonderful thing to live, to have in one's control the great and beautiful mystery of inllu...

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. — 10 September 1901

'J ' ; 2 VOLUME IX. sidnby suaas, l Prourlelor. J AKIMOItE, INI). T.KR., TUESDAY EVENING-, SEPTEMBER 10, 1901. ISUnSCHIPTION.l I One Year 8. J XUMI3EH 20 P. ANDERSON, President. B. F. FRENSLEY, Ylce President. FIRST NAT Ardmore, Indian Territory. Designated Depository for Bankruptcy Funds m Chickasaw Nation. Surplus Fund, Cash $120,000.00 Capital Paid Up, Cash.... 60,000.00 Tho oldest bonk In Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with good banking. Nothing Serious Financially ..can befall tho man who carries insurance, no matter how serious tho accident may be. Ilo is iu receipt of n good income while incapacitated for work. He ylraws a substautial sum in case of the loss of an eye, an arm or a leg or both or all of these meinoora. t If killed. Insurance his family receives should be carried by every man ROBERTS C. R. Smith, President. Lee Crlce, Cashier. Ardmore National Ardmore, I. T. Capital Stock, $100,000.00 A gener...

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. — 10 September 1901

rt-i i t h- WAITING FOR THE VERDICT f jT A Story of Vomu' rorutua.... nr u a moiieiilt. J. The ormolu clock on tbe mantelpiece ticked monotonously The little, r pi lar ound becan to nm as a tune In her lrain; she even found that her Anger mechanically drammed the hoc air upon her knee. It was romt inane tune of the liour wmethlnR that every or ipan played, every street boy whistled and Its rhythm fitted In excellently with the tlcklne of the clock, and both jangled In her brain with Irritating per sistence. ' Kverr detail of the room had stamp ed Itself upon ber mind durlnp these minutes she nil sat there minute, was It. or boors, since the preat doctor bad said to ber In a vole that struck ber as strange! rentle: "Wi' yo kindly wait In the waltta? room. Mrs. Alnelie. while Dr. Iiryant and 1 talk over matters V It might be uilnate since to cam In here, she thoucht Idly. or. arala. It night be )oar. lu any ease, she had Mt there so long: that every detail of the room would be fixed i...

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. — 10 September 1901

t ) ERIN SPRINGS. ) Spoolal Correspondence. i Erin Springs, Ind Tor., Sopt. 0. Prof. Vaughn of I'urdy, wns in town Inst week. Cloronco Mayos, of Boot Orook. was In town Friday. Mr. Ponnybaoker was transacting bualnoBB with our merchants Thurs day. Miss Oora McUrutor of Missouri, Is visiting nor aunt, Mrs. M. C. Egnn, of this placo. Wm. Callahan and family who have boon visiting tho gontloman's parents nt this placo roturncd to thoir homo Friday. Tho Mothodlsts nro holding a pro tractod mooting uoro. Tlinro has as yot boon only ono oonvoraion, but wo slncoroly hopo thoy will bring many souls to Christ ero thoy bring thoir mootlnga to a oloso. Gontlomon My wlfo was alllictod with dyspepsia and constipation for yoara. Aftor trying other remedies I purchased a bottlo of Dr. Cald well's Syrup I'opBln for hor and alio la rapidly Improving. 1 cannot bo without this valuablo modlclno, KoHpt. yours H. Em.iott. Elk Olty, Kas.. Doc. 13, 1000. All that a reformer wanta Is some thing to dlBCUBS....

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. — 10 September 1901

THE DAILY ARD.U0RE1TE. BIDNKT BCOOB. Proprietor. rabllabed Ererr rtreoo ta.tara.r Ex otrt4 and Banday Mornluc. OOoa of ptbllcatlon. ConrtBtrtai. red at the PoitoOf a ArdtBore leeond olaaa nail matter. Not.K.'M. 'B&BBGBIPTlON BATEB. B Wtk Ova Moetb Oie Ttar I .19 J f.B OFFICIAL OWJAS OF THE CHICKASAW NATION. Alo tbe OOclal Otto Jerr tb Chickasaw Stock association Of tbe Indian TTT1vrT. TIME TABLE, If, Calerado and Santa Fa Ratlwar. ocT-or!o. alTtatoe, ltd Cfcleao Eittf laboroe and Kantat City Erprtu irtsp. CI aoatB-awJD. Weiton aad rblear" Eiprti : . tn. Clabsrs and Kn tltr Kipr.ll.U m. A W Dcuna T".e ut. W. S. General Panei ' a iita ih I (isr nistioce rtlCBhone 1 im a. g - ' - r :: AND CALL rr : Phone No. G, If you want tbe Akdmoreite. Abdmokk. Titwday, Sept. 10. It would seem that tbe Cotton Belt bandits, who looted a passen ger train and stole a locomotive, did not leave any track. Alger ebvs be wishes it it had been him rather than McKinlev. It is safe to say the rest of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Ardmoreite, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ardmoreite. — 10 September 1901

(1 The Swan Grocery. Handle I'! ..Sell Only.. Ipf j"'''!! SON BROS. CO 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. Another Cheap Excursion to. Eureka Springs, Arkansas .via. Frisco System, Sat., Sept. 14 .rate of. $5.00 for the Round Trip Good tor Return on Any Regular Train tor 15 Days. SPECIAL trnin leaves Oklahoma City 0:15 n. m. Everybody should take advantage of this grand op portunity. For further information call on any Frisco system ageut or address the undersigned. ' P. DUNN, A HILTON, Disr I'tienger Agent Oen'l Passenger Agent Wiuilita, Kan. St. ...

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