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THE DAI'-" ARDMOREITE.
Ardtnore, Sunday, April 30, 1903. (Hijc JUulii SttDmowtlc. SIDNEY SUOOS. Proprietor. UNiONLABEC ., mte t A nltuon- t 8econ-clan .H Msttor. November i wz. On week. 6ubcr!ptlon Rates: It. r.n On inontu O. yesr 00 . Pnvshln In Advance Published ever nUenioon tuxcepl .turdsT anil Sunday mornlnn. Otnc or publication. North Wash ik (toil street "Tbo OFFICIAL NEVSPAPEnof the I ARDMORE CITY WATERWORKS.! In speaking of tlio Anlraoro city waterworks the Municipal Jourunl anil Engineer linn Oils to say: j "Municipal ownership and opera-, Ucm of all pnlillc utilities In becoming , more and 111010 popular In every state and territory In the Union. The cltl zons of Ardnioro. the metropolis of tho Indian Territory, have nettled the cpl'stlon as to who shall own and oporat Its water system by establish ing a plant which Is modern In every imrllmilnr. ntul which will, with slight additions, afford nn ample supply of pure water for domestic, flro protect- lou and manufacturing purposes for many years to eonio. "ecordlng to the census returns for l!ino thcro were twenty-one Incorpor-, Mr-- i' Y. Morgan ciUor!itkiMjfituc Tha voiinc folks are looklui: for-, H United States uoun iur S nl. j ,,inccs of 1.000 Inhabitants and whist elub on last TuebJuiy nnornflbn. ward o the carnival Willi mneli pleas- YhlVka.iiw" Slock 'At'uocltttton ot j over, of which Ardmore was tho larg- Kour tntles wera .v t for piny. Light uro. It U IntonJod to have a llower Buys a Cart similar to this. It folds -:- -:- R. A. JONES Us Indian Territory. nd lb" offlcla nrrin of tiro rltv m'u) onuueouB iwU't. iuu upon lb lharactor or reputation of any porsou wfrifcb may bo printed In tho Ardnioro tw. 'or any article band on reporu hat aro falso will gla.ily be corroctoii K brought to the attention of the publishers. TIME TADLE. ....4 a. in. 4 p. 1U. .12:33 p. tn. Santa Fe. Southbound No. 5 No. 17 No. 19 Northbound No. 12:60 a- m No. 18 11:50 s- m. No 20 0:46 P ra- Nos. C, C, 19 aud 20 A:e IrcM tralnB. wtallo Nos. 17 nnd 18 stop at tne smaller stutlons only on both flagged. est having a population of 5.C31. Ard-' n-frmlnnenta were -erven during Uie t parade, and It Is said that a law more is located on the highest point afU.nlon. The Ruesfs prize wsa won number of persons will participate between Galveston and Kansas City. by Mr8 j,MoIll ycJg iU1j t1lo ci,n, ' locoratcd carrlnBes will ho a feature, and Is surrounded by splendid agrl- 70 by MS(. Moll0 nesldiv I cultural and which h also rich In coal 1 , mvmbcn the roUowlnBl Miss Amye Moore, a impular young oil and asnhnlt. Its natural advantnRe i .. .,,,,, 1 lady of Terrell, Texas, Is on a visit - III' U- V 11 ll'i-" wl.U. ...I.l....."' r.re ueh as will secure Its rapid tlt.-i volopment as the miost iopular cen ter In the territory. - 1.IW tho elty of IJoston, Ardmoro has looked alien Ji ami mndo amplo pro vision for tho future growth and pop- ulatlon. Its pushing ofllclnls and puli lle spirited citizens do not believe In to hur sister, Mrs. Hyron M. Drew. MIhm M.wiro linu vlnlteil In Arilmoro ard, Poland, Anden-on, Walcott. Con-, , fri,i,. Dodson, Whlteman, Saminons, Down- Miss Delki Dopplomayer, 11 popular Frisco. KaEtbomnl No. 42 leaves .. No. 44 leaves .. SVoiithound No. 43 arrives . No. fl arrives . CiOfi n. ni. ... .2.0C. p. iu. ... .11:6.1 a. ro. .. ..7.35 P. i- lee. Carter, Atarr, Coleman, llyors, Illanton, Crockett and Dexter, Misses Nell nnil Julia lllake, Vera and. Zoo : youn ,,,.. from jrhh,,ii Toxa3, is Olive, Aiinls and Allno HennetU l'eel, her on vIhU 1o MrB Max westhelm. Southerlanil. Pulllam, Williams, Traslc. c doing thhms by haUes, and for that S'.ophuns, Sognr anil AdaniB. ; . . . . " ' I Mrs. McNaught will entertain In The cne-tono costumo Is not in hlsh . ,,r iiur sltur. I Irs. Smith of favor In this season of contrasting col-, Para(lcnn Cnl i oll noxt aftur- ors ami fabrics. 111 place 01 mo uuivur reason. In dwlgnlns the system of wn terworh. three points were given care ful consideration, namely, first, provis ion for future extensions of tho city limits; terond. minimum cost of op trimmed hat which spring after spring noon. 1 1 III 1 19 v tni'liui tin. ...... v. - 1 . -- - I - ' ' atlon; the construction and Installa-j heralds nature's revival, tho whole hat ' mm Hny A,molld, hlw rcllirnel to Hon of the most mo.lern plant In ev ory way. Those provision have been rarzied out with the utmost fidelity, and. as will ho obserbod by the brief 1 A I f I is now uower coiorii, mo (U..UB ... ,icr home , Gatncsvlllo and will spend horsehair and straw braids and the hpp vacnon wh ,ler paron,g ribbons that deck tneui not ueiug u description of the plnnt, as given by Mayor It. V. Dick, as follows: rlmrt.-ivu.Roek Islznd. Esstbound- ! natural basin. Tl.e city owns u.o No. 84 (local) leaves 7:00 a. in. J land forming the water shed for this No. 10 loaves 3-00 p. in. lake, and the water Is pure and lre Westbound from .my objectionable features at all No. 8 arrives - 00 P- m sacon or the year. No n (locnll arrives C:3U p. m. j xhf pumping machinery was Install- . r " i ed eomplcte by the IVOIh r Kii?Inc-er- Ardmore, Sunday. April 30. 1900. , jnJ cr,nj,aUy, engineers ami contrac- of Philadelphia and New orK. whit behind the most natural appear- . . .. . .)01)U,nr MK;lcty lnR flower In tho milliner's case, liven of nonrIolt!l( wl arrlve ,, wprf. 'he severely plain morning laiior-mnuo "Th? pumping station Ii located ; lakes to Itself, by prerorence, a rou . . . . . .... . .-.1. 1 1 l.t link nf. I about five miles from uio cay nn.i me or outer nnguv mn-u u,... - , Carnlva, weu)c ,H ,,olnK lu)Ue(, for. water I., taken from a beautiful lake ! feci on tlio streets ami in u.e b. up. wani a of ),,oasuro formct by a small dam nt tne enu 01 , as cnory as mo guani 01 u.u uu everyone . . n t I n thn ... CL- " lltai are nuivmus iu ii.i.v. THE UNION LABEL. tors, The Installation consists of two water Tho Elks will ontertnin with n nice -n... 'rii..clMir.rii ftnli ilmired at . . . 1 . wnr.a.'nv dance Wednesday night, the Citlnier hotel laM We.Inosdn .... t veiling. The danco was wen auenti-1 od. The crowd Included a number of visitors. The music was excellent.. The club expects to be able to dance Tho union label now adorns the figurehead of the Ardmorelte. and In IhU connection wo can state that everything iu th printing line In this rlty Is performed under the union la bel system. Ardmore Tyitogranhleul Union, No. OK), was orwmlud Mareli 28 nnd since that time bus made ma Icrlal progress. It is now in a nour ishing condition and employ. m and employers are all workluK together Iu utmost harniony. : It was hard luck that the president should have mlwwd tho fracas at llempstfad. Such an occunencvi would dmibtlM have dellKhtud his slivnu- OlU iO'll. : Japan Is s'.lll far behind Amei-lea. Tim mikado has been llghtlim one hoar for many months wth the result still In doubt, while our president goes out and kills three bears In one day. : llnwla expect the csar to do some thing, i.nd If the Cxar was possessed or ordinary Intelligence he would do it. it would take him only a few mo uientH to aJidlcate aifil ask for pass orts. Tho Washugtoln Poht has a theory. Oingwtlon of tho brain U given ns the cause of the death of a loop tho loop .irllit In Paris. This is the first .intimation tlutt Vxipihe-iiop aitlsts liavn brains. Tlio estimate of Kussian losses nt Mukden were exaggerated. Russia .-) so herself, it took her a long time to learn of the fact, however. A low mora of such exaggerated disasters will put her off the map. The, .lupaneso licit which appenrctl nt Kamrtiuh ibay appear to liavo hoen just, a little behind tlni.'. However untl ovunts prove to tho contrary, the world will give Togo credit for know lug what he Is about. AUo what Ho jitstvonsky Is about. Mr. Cleveland's Idea of a iruo wife Is one who luvos her husband and lier rojutry without any desire to run ei ther. A magazine paid Mr. Cleveland for this sentiment, aud he has some thing ioiuId:; from the woman it fraglsts. j. j. 4. Tlio new orchid, which won the Hoy- ill Agricultural Hoeloty's ordor of mer it for Lord Tnnkorvlllo In London the other day Is named the "Ilrasso on their tnrpollasi in '2 short time. Thusii who attended -w.re MIshjs tube boilers of a nominal capacity t;0Uvei iinmQyt Sl,KgK, Gilmer, Atvls, The Orlos will meet next Friday af ternoon with Misses McCoy. Mrs Arthur Walcott Is visiting In Muskogee. 75 honeiKiwrr each, built to operate under 100 pounds of steam pressure, two 110 horsepower De Iaval steam, turbine centrifugal pumps, each hav ing a capacity of 2.500 gallons of water per minute against a total head of 25 fivrt, anang.'d to operate con denslns In connection with a surface condenser. Tho pumps aro so arrang ed that for flro service th?y can bo opjrnlc.l under a head of 3L0 fost. The two pumps nre exactly similar and form a duplicate Installation, olth tr unit being tuoro than sulllcient to supply the estimated requirements of tli city for a number of years. Alexnnder Dennett, Williams, Pul llam, Ronndtree; Messrs. Suggs, Butt, Simpson, Olive, Russell, 1-iw, Dobhins, Bogle, Bralford, Wallace, Barraman and Iliudcrsou. , t The liiks enJoycHl an informal damo at Ellw Hall on last Friday night. As Hegular meeting of the Woodmen Clicle Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock M Its. U V. BONNEH. Guardian Ifnbustvial JBonb... Tlio now rliilli-niil-.li liond injicr iiianiifrn'turcil iaiiccl:illy for lilKh-clnKH vrk ami :ir tlL'ttlarly irtlrliil' tor all firofeNKlonal u.-c. -7TII1S stock, with rnvclojios to match, hns just been added to our iilreudy magniticenl. stock of commercial aud so ciety papers. XEbe iHrbmoveite pbonc 5 "TIIK .itJl) MAN WILL CALL ON YOl NOTICE OF CONTEST. Department of tho InWrlor, Comm's slou to th. Five Civilized Trlhrx. ChlckaFaw Ijind Office. , Clilckasaw AllotinenL Contest No. CI. Case Clara Susie. Crcecy, a minor, by her mother nud natural guardian, Oracle Creeoy, contestant, vs. Jesse Durant, eonUf.fec. Land In ct)iitroversy, northwest one fourth of northeast onefourth of northwest one-fourth of Section 10. MRS. WKSTIIKIMEIt, See. j tonin-hlp 1 south, range 7 east Tho Jewish Ladles' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Albert Solomon Titos day, May 2, nt 3:30 p. m Tho funoral services of Mrs. W. A. uual a most pleasant evening was Edwards was held yesterday at tne spent. Among those who attended the family iC3ldence at 3 o'clock p. m., con affair Included, Misses Gardcnhtrc, ducted by Rev. C, C. AVolth. At Uie Mullen -1, Segar, Adams of Jefferson, closo of Uio servico it was thought Moore of Terrell, P.oundtrec, Mlckllng bast to postpone Interment until 3 of Pennsylvania, Blake, Alvls, Reagan- o'clock this afternoon to await the ar- ! nnd Sanders and Me.sdamc3 Gulllol rival of a sister of Mrs. Edwards who vi 1 ln.ofi A dnmC Itifl- f "After the tnstallatlmi had boon In i nnti uraccy aim ..n.n.o '. . . , 13 cn roul lml" ,C!lso. rty, Gulllot, MCI1018. uiuson, u.aiij of Paris, E. S. Adams. Suggs, Byrd, 1 Harold Wallac and Sanders. Tim T.-'Iffh G?nniliv mpnllnp linlni- In Jim Wallace, Cabell, t,o Aon and on account of the absence of Pastor Keller, Rev. W. R. Selvidgo will fill tho pulpit nt tho first Baptist The Orlos hald a mast delightful 1 church Sunday at 11 a. m. nnd Sun Jay me.-tln with Miss Sue Frame on last night. Members oxpocted and Strang Friday afternoon. In tho absenco of crs specially invited, to como. DEACONS. Kansas City spring lamb, fresh veal, sketch of "Do tho Boy's Hall. Tho '"aius, sparo nus, ucor, porn, sauoaee table talk was hanging jRanlno. follow.!"" mutton besides all kinds of lunch ed by a discussion of tho Ohllesk or Blls. constituto a iortlon of the Now Yorla. Tlio fusion was Sntor- ,u-'"u supplies liopt constantly on estlng throughout and was greatly en- lmml at tl10- Joyed. 30 COLD STORAGE Market. In servico for some time the apparatus was rNldly tested, nnd found to con form in every respect to tho guaran tee. Tho duty of tho pumps, when running under the specified condition. was 75.000,000 foot pounds per 1,000 pjuuds of ateam." : : Snvs the Now York Sun: "Another the president Mrs. Webb presided. automohlle ran down and Injurod a po- Miss Allco Moore, who was lender for destrlun last night. This Is a dally oc- tho afternoon, mid a most delightful currence now." What's a dally occur renco now? Runulng down pedes trians at nlsht? j J There Is one bright prospect In tho contest for authority between the gov ernors of t.10 Choctaw and Chickasaw ; Nation", an 1 thu kecretnry of tho Inter ior regarding tho Issuance 6f pat ( nts. It may pave the way for another I75HOO0 attorney fee lor some proml- Iiir young attorney. a 4. .;. Since Secretary Tafl announces that' the event will long bo remember- i.,, trau,,wiin nr ih!':d. Thoso In nttendanco wero Misses ,n on,i x-nii v-irv Adams or a successful stay In Ardmoro wishes senators and congressmen Invited to Julia nnil Noil uiaitt, .Mary Adams 01 .... u-m, hi,,, n, iho Pi.ni..i!nPR would 1 Jefferson. Gardenhlie. Mullen and anaounco to U.r many patrons and 1 - 1 b.- pai l out of the Philippine treasury j Ollvo nnd W. J. Cassldy, E. K Evans, and Hie bare transportation doos Jco Gibson, W. H. lCvnns and J. R. not lifiude Pullman cars nor meal Adams. tickets anywhere on the Journey, nor hotel and other expenses In the Is-' The ladles of tho civic commltteo lands ulnce this bleak and unexpoct- nr, greatly, ploased with the showing ed announcement was made, some of ' ,na mail tnco tho work of bonutlfy ih. ehonureil thirty have bethonnht lm; w cty gjnrte.l. It is reportel themselves to estimate that part or tho jin, ,lr(e nnmi)er hf trtJ ; havo exnmsos that mut conic out of tholr' , .., . ,., i...n.. - i t-l'll tl;oluu lid a uuji. wi i'iuu-i . own Dockets. Tho renort that tho cost '" ... ..... OaOriB. . ii..Bl.l..r.liA.. ot Artt ant I ifnrtlnti nlu'dra A number of couples spent a most dellghtrul evening nt tho home of Mr. Cleaning, pressing and repairing In tho most workmanship manner done and Mrs. Arthur Walcott on last WoJ-, ""' mm -TTa.-.Vl....lu Kt-.l I 30 ,iuy uvuiiiiifc. t i.ii.i-i.io .p... I a luncheon woro served to the guests C. D. DAVIS. SPECIAL NOTICE. Mine. Van Near, who has had such friends that sho will only be In Ard mon i a few days longer nnd all that have not ealle.li on her aro requested to do to at their earliest convenience. since being In the city sho has road for some of ,tho most prominent clas o of fo.clety, tho gives your namo occupation, and etc, without asking you a single question, Heading dally from 9 n. m. to 9 p. m., Sunday Includ Romember sho la at 221 North to encn visiting statesman will bo at loast -Jt 000, must be an exaggeration, . Ladles day at tlu Elks homo was 'guaranteed. ,-et It Is easy to Imagno tho horror j Krwt)y ulJ.,y0), ,,y a ,arg0 nmber nf with which somo of the congressmen have figured up tho hill United Stntos court will open tomor row at Marietta. Tn the United Stntos commissioner's rnttloya-dlebyano-schro(Kae-tank.-r- court tin civil suit of J. M. Huslxuul vllle." I tls el crlbcd as having a "di vs P i' nam and others, was d -".c.I In Jcato blush tint." fnw it tho dff'ndnnt I Unloa tho lenses In your glasses yjuiiK ladles who spent tin tlmo In nro perfectly fitted and the franics aro brlRlH conversation, music and dnnc- IIPenratt.iy r-dj-isted Injury to the eyes leg. Thotie afternoons aro always wlll rogit. Wo aro careful nbnut ovory pleasant ovents and aro lookod for- ,,,,, CUiiuoctctl with ow fitting. ward to hy the la.nos. , 30 P hamSEY, Drug3iU Ml ZfM- Ollv ! : ;-s 'n l' n 'i Mr II R Fugi!3. Lands for Sale. I havo for sale in Hardoman county Texas, 100,000' acres land, Improvelj and unimproved, from J3 to $10 por ncr., easy terms. Interest 0 per cent is sp-udlug a few We havo Just what you are looking 'nnd 8 por cent, ICO acres and up. E. j i- m- f Mr and for In th' way of refrigerators. Blv- I FLYNT, County aurvoyor, Qunnah, . Jesho Durant. contoatce. In the above e:itltl?d nnd numbertxl cause Is hcre-'-s;l'(1 1110 Pf,f' a' tl tl llly. by notified to nppcar before tho Com mission to tho Five Civilized Tribes at its olllco in Ardmote, Indian Terri tory, on the Slat of May. 1&0.". at 9 o'clock a. ni., to answer tlu com plaint of the contestant, Clara Susie Creecy, by her mother and natural guardian, Grace Crcocy, lesardlng the claim of the -said Clam Susla Civoey, by hur mother nnd natural guardian ftlusic liaih Charms Rut really charming music requires a good instrument as well as a good player. When buying a Piano tlio most important point for you to consider is the qnulity. When you have secund iluit, you can add as much beauty as you .care to pay for. We can satisfy 1 i i .... i .... .... i. Clrac'le Creecy, to take Iu allotment the ' '-'i' tract of land above described. I w,v " "' Dated this lifitli day or April. 11)0.1. COMMISSION TO THE FIVE CIVIU- E. B. LUKE X.ED TRIBES. TAMS BIXBY, Chnlrman. First published. April 30, 1905. 13 IU. MAIN sr. ARDMORE I, T. Refrig'erator.s. Handsome, roomy and Ico savers. Kearney will sell Uiem to you right. Foloy's Kidney Cure If taken in time affords security Tram all kidney and bladder diseases. For nalo by City Drug Storo. Fresh Garden h Field Seed. All kinds now on hands at E. B. Push's. 28-lm I Foley's Honey nd Tar contains no opiates, nud will not constlpato like nearly oll other cough medicines. Re fuse substitutes. For sale by City Drug Store. CITIZENSHIP. If you claim citizenship and are not on the rolls or havo business liefore tlio Interior Department, write Imme diately, to W. W. WRIGHT. Registered Attorney, Bond Bulldlug, Washington, D. C. 21-lm COTTON SEED. Russell's Big Boll, tho most proline on earth, for snlo by E. B. PUGH. Main street, Ardmore, I. T. 9d&wlm All kinds or fishing tackle soo kinds you'll find il BIVENS. CORHN & FnENSLEY. T. L. SMITH Livery and Boarding Stable Rear Ardmore National Banh" Phone 125 Swellest linn of single buggies and prettiest drivers. First-clas3 city trade catered to especially. Horses left with us receive per fect care. Rates reasonable. Veterinary surgeon at the barn. ens. Corhn & Frensley. Toxa'i, 12-wl IlflJP A White Man's Restaurant CONDUCTED BY White People Cest Cuisine in Town