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Ardmore, Sunday October 14, 1906
How Hie Town lc Growing In the Res
ident Districts The Cheap Home
of the Pioneer Days Glvlnp Away
to Palatial Residences.
In oritur to give anything like 11 com
plete list of the locontly constructed'
residential lionifM anil dwellings now
niiilor course of coimtnictlou it
would be necwHRi-.v to duvote a dHy or
two to driving ovir tint city for tlio
compilation of such items. After con
sldernble Inspection aloiiK this lino
The Ardinorelto Is able to give the
following notes of Improvement in res
idence districts of our fast Blowing
Kennett Huduon's new bome. corner
II street and 2nd Avenue, northwest,
U nenring completion and when finish
. will be one of the neatest cottages
the city. This house will cost a
. Hi more than jniUO and Is cons
tructed strictly on the bungalow
style. It is one story with basoment
boating plant and rooms in the attic.
The entlro Interior will bo plastered
and papered, and the bath, pantry
and kitchen will have enameled Imi
tation tile finish. The (loom ate to
be Irani maple and onk. Tnoro are
seven rooms and 'dght closets. The
rooms nro lltted with atntlonary mir
rors. Tlio chimneys are made nt roitgn
cut Htono. the llre-plnces are of tiling
and thcro are three ornmnemni man
Uos. A convenient latticed porch Is
l tlio rear nnd a very attractive built
in ver ,vl is untered by wide stone
steps n: the front.
C. T. Harrongor, present owner of
the Arthur .lamos old place IMS 1)
street. nouthonst. has remodeled his
residence, making It ono of the hand
somest homes In that portion of town.
It Is twotor.v framo on Artificial
stone foundation. There are twelve
largo rooms connected by spacious
hallways and suitably arranged clos
ets and bath.
W. b. Green of Marietta Is having
two neat cottages erected on tlio line
of a street to be oponcd up between
n and K streets Southeast. This will
bo known as Mnatom street, and set
oral buildings aro In prospect along
this way as soon as It Is opened up.
.1. 13. Holslev's rosldence on nth
Avenue Southeast Is undergoing Im
portnnt Improvement. This housu Is
between C street and the Santa le
Dr. .1. V. Kami Is building a new res.
idonce In the Mcldsh addition on t In
comer of 1st Aveniit! nnd Kllor street
This house Is built on tho bungalow
stylo and will bo a neat homo when
completed. There are llvo rooms, a
retention hall, bath and closets. It
fionts north.
A handsome home Is bolng erected
on West Main street for J. S. II. Ap
ollcn. This Is to bo about a seven
room bouse, and Is now almost -com
pletc. it Is located opposite Dr. Hooth's
A neat tenant houso Ims just been
completed by Mob I.eo on bis West
Main street property near Ullllo Hob
ett.i' home.
A two room addition is made by
W. U. Taliaferro to bis tennnt house.
CIS North Washington street.
Chnr'lo Stowurt has purchased
house on Cth Avenue Xortho.mt, be
tween Washington nnd A streets and
l having It remodeled Into a neat res
Ctnitratcor M. II. Jordan has a neat
now tlvo-rooin residence on fith ave
nue, northwest, between G and II
' C. Uagby hnu bought a neat cot
ago on lith avenue. This part of town
la (inning to the front as residence
A $3,000 homo Is being erected by S
S. Colo at the corner of D street and
Kth avenue, northwest. This houso
will hnvo a southeast corner location
on one of the best blocks In tho city,
nnd Is within an Improvement district
which insures a beautiful street -and
concroto sidownlks all tho way to
Main. Tho building Is ono story with
rooms In tho attic. There aro sovon
rooms with closets nnd bath and
long run of porch both front nnd rear
sdt'n to tlio comfort nnd completes the
beauty of finish.
Kuv. W. It. Selvldgo hns Just moved
Into his now homo on Cth avenue, be
tween H and C streets, northwest
This Is a neat soven-room cottago
fronting the north. There Is nhapoly
Teranda in front a conveniently arran
gert recoptlon hall 'and a spacious
ercoiifcd-!n norch tit the rear of the
D. AV. Duke le moVlne an addition of
several rooms to his filh nvenuo home.
ti W. Stuart's new resilience, corner
Miei't and Sixth avenue, northweHt,
Is now Hearing completion. This
lion-t Is -l nest frame built on founds
t Ion of red pressed brick. There are
t law looms anil a hall. Hound col
umns support Hie. well-shuiwd roof or
the front porch.
The home of h. L. Tyer. corner It
street nnd Oth avenue, northwest. Is
undergoing a complete remodeling.
The house liw? been enlarged Into a
story and a half building making nine
huge rooms, two spacious t?sllwns
fiid jtorch ciiellng the entlro two sldcu
o." frontage. This occupies a south-
est corner Kslllon on the block. It
painted while and has a very pretty
oof effect.
Mrs. 1). W. Conway Is now a resl-
lent of 1 1 tit avenue, northwest, whore
he bus erected a neat cottage.
Tom Nolen Is having u llvo loom
cottage erected between Washington
nil Caddo on fith Avnue Northwest.
I. W. McKiirlane has built a neat
llvo-rootn home on North Washington
street, where ho now rwides.
Fifteen hundred and fifteen Is the
number on a North Caddo roslilcnci
where considerable Improvement hns
been made.
Work on the Second wnnl and
Court h ward school building:! Is pro-
gre'slng nicely. I lie second warn
b iiul'ng occupies the block between
oth and 01 b nvenuos and 0 and It
Htri'i in Northeast. The main entrance
will front west. The building 1h be-
rig contracted of red pressed brick
villi white stone trimmings.. The
I' tilth ward building is a duplicate
A the Second ward Htrurturc. This
1 .illduiK Is located at the corner of
Carter strict and Ith Avenue South-
ran, These two InillillngB will cost
in the neighborhood of $31,000.
K. .1. Cox : building an addition
to bis residence. 705 II street North-
W. S. Frnley's n.'W home on G.
street Nortllenut Is Hearing comple
tion. This Is one oT the neatest dwell
ings in that portion of the city. It
ha; a west front.
11. T. Hunt, n relative of the Kra-
ley;? and of Dr. I'ctormnn, is among
the new rosldontH of Ardmore. Thoy
come from Marshall, Texas, and their
homo Is a neat drab and white cot
tage on 3rd Avenue Northeast.
D. N. Ferguson is building n 2S by
32 five-room house on his tenant prop
erty on Ilroadway Northeast.
Wm. T. Simpson, 915 Ilroadway
Northeast, Is making u neat addition
of fceveral rooms to' his home.
C. 13. Fraloy has recently completed
a neat tenant house at SI I Ilroadway
Tho residence of Dr. Hargrave, cor
ncr 13 and Carter streets Southeast,
k being remodeled nnd repaired.
T. 13. Roland is having additions
made ij tho extent of two rooms, a
hall nnd long porch, nt his home, 71"
Cth Aveiiuo Southeast.
I. 1". Hasty. I09 G street Southeast,
has Just finished remodeling bin home
to tho extent of several added rooms.
There are three or four neat new
tenant bouses with conMnwms con
crete wnlkn in front jus: completed
In tho 300 block on A street Southwest
Tho now residence of Judge William
I'fclffer In the Mcl.lsh addition Is now
well under way. This Is a two story
building and will be an ornament to
that xrt!on of the city when finished
It will be a house of about fifteen
rooms and Is being constructed In el"
gant stylo.
Mayc r R. W. Dick has just complete 1
a live room auuiuon to nis west .u.uu
street home. Tlio styio of the boas-
has boon changed Into, a two-Btory
structure, making In all nine roo"M
flio finishing nnd furnishing of tb
j. N. Turnian resldenco on the come;
of 2nd avenue nnd H street, southwes
cotpplctes ono of tho prettiest homes
in the city. Ornamental replug . and
concrete sidownlks skirt tho entlro
oast and south sldo of tho entire larso
yard and lead tip to the front 'of the
house', which Is two stories, with wide
porch to the east. There aro ten largo
rooms nnd two hallways. Tlio front en
trance Is a high plate glass door
set In lattice sidelights nnd tranBom
The reception hall anil sitting room
aro finished In golden oak with red
burlap walnscoat ng, golden oak mold
and crimson crushed velvet lower
third. Tho entrance from tho hall
Into tho sitting room Is by a handsome
grlllo and colonnade. Tho furniture
hero Is of Spanish leather finish. A
handsoniu panel decorated stairway of
golden oak leads tin from the
lower hall and nt the reai, un
derneath this, is a tlle-llned lavatory
West of tho sitting room is tho 11
brary, furnished nnd finished In the
tlnoU birds nyo maple. Tho drawing
room Is finished In smow white, trim
ni'-d with gold mold! Tho furniture
is gold leaf, Louis XV style, which
Includes a puro onyx-topped table, tho
ffoor la of hardwood arid tho cente
rug is imported gobelin. Tho dining
room is finished In green and gold
with arbor frlczo and golden oak plate-
rail ornamented with steins, plncnucs
and brlc a-brac The furniture In hero
l; elegant. The table I., slxt) Inches,
round and of golden oak. the shir
board Is seven feet In width with a
sixty-Inch mirror, uouvp.hi art. hand
mrved. Thero are two beautiful cab
inets for the China and cut glass. The
china Is lmH)rled French havelln. In
cluded in which Is n cloisonne tea set
made at Nagoya, Japan. Opening from
the dining room Is a revolving door,
which is the entrance to the butler'p
pantry and tho kitchen. These and the
bath rooms have tile finish and rubber
linoleum. The bedrooms are In the
upper story and all are rniinceled by
a spacious hall. An open imrtleo Is
at the front of the upier ball and
peirl scrcenod porche are at the rear.
The interior ceilings are all high and
he golden
oak llnlsh k carried
Car Shortage Is Vcxlnr -Tillman to
Speak Scarcity of Laborers,
Ardmorolte Special.
Marlnw, I. T., Oct. 11 News wan
ecelved here yesterday of the death
John 11. Handle at St. I,ouls. Mr.
Handle was a former Mallow boy nnd
married tho daughter of It. T. I.yle
of this place about a year ago. lie
was at the time of Ills death a :uc-
cossful hiiHlncMK man of IIolllH, Okla.
lis wife, who was with him In St.
oula nt the time of Ufa death, ac
companied the remains to Whitney.
Texas, where the burial will take
nlare today. Mr. Handle was a mem
ber of the Odd Fellows. W. O. W., and
Masons, a young huniness niun of tine
tblllty and his host of friends nt this
place deeply tiympnthizc with his fum
My in this, tholr sad hour of bereave
There seems to be a car shortage
over thV way and shlpiers of bogs,
rattle r.nd grain nro kept hustling to
get their stock marketed. Our corn
crop in something Iniincns i-tul many
enrs are being shipped from hero did-
W. C. Uowe shipped u ear of hogs
to Fort Worth last night, Henry HI-
bio follows with another cur tonight
mil Chlsm & Gruhnm shipped Hirer
a ix of cnttle north last night.
It Is leported that on next Monday
will bo hold -a Democratic primary
convention which will settle the mat-
tor of delegate for our district Wo
look forward with much Interest to
the outcome of this primary. At pres-
nt there are four candidates in the
Held outside the Republican' nominee.
Hon. Hen Tillman i scheduled to
speak at our opera house Friday night.
There will be a large crowd present
from this and neighboring towns.
Dailey-Crane debate has caused
quite a lot of discussion among the
friends of the senator up thl; way,
A few days since a little girl of this
place, rather bright for her years, was
isked who was tho President of the
United States. She promptly replied
'Joo Halley. of course."
Cotton I: coming in slowly and
seems very slow ahout opening up,
Thore Is a soarclty of labor hero
nnd work on our waterworks plant
hns been almost entirely susponded
owing to the fact that no labor'ers can
be had. Cotton pickers aro getting
$1 coy hundred and trimmings, and
pickers are eagerly sought after by
the farmers.
mplled by the Chickasaw Title Co.
barles Gill in Mrs. Willie 13. Ilo
lart of lot ti. block 3, Hewitt t'nii
lerntlon $"f
P. II. Jones and wife to U. H. Wcsor
It, lots 1 and 2, block II. Mcl.lsh ad
illtlou to Ardmore. Consideration :'2.i
Vrustecs of HiirgroveiColleg,, to ('
Mitchell, lots S and f. block 37. Aid
more. Consideration $lm.
C. W. Hautnbach to P. 8. Miiiuh.
part Sec. 13. Hi, 33 and 9, T.18. H2
C. W. Raumlrach to Willis t". Tim
bridge , part He. IS. IB, 0 and 33. I -
ltaW; $1,000.
F. Howtunn to W. D. Poth i i- n
See. 0 and !. T38. U2W. : $10.
Annn Hast to W. I). Covington, im
nnd S. block 1SR. Sulphur; $23iin
John W. Uowe to Ultno Uonr. .
!, block 131, Sulphur: $310.
T. 1. Hollnnd to S. T. and Attb
iiib-rwijod. lot ft. block 101. Ariliuoii
100. Mi:i. Nellie lknrtl anil husband to
. W. Shackelford, lot 3, block 327.
dinore: $3,000.
W. A. l.edbetter to Jennie T. Shack
,101(1, part Sec. 20, T3S. R2W; $1S0.
George M. Weenis to John W. Howe.
part Sec. 13. T1S. R313; $100.
For lnngnzlnes, periodicals and dally
papers, go to The Hrunswlck. SOtf
Advice to Housewives.
No homo Is so plensant, regardless
of the camforts that money will buy
as wtien the entlie rnmilv Is In i
feet health. A bottle of Orlno Itxa
tlvo Fruit Syrup costs SO cents.
will euro every tnoinher of the family
of constipation, sick hondacho orstom
ach trouble. Hoffman Diiil- Co. and
City Drug Store.
Chickasaw students can secure
six months' scholarship In nil depart
tnents of Solvldgo Husluoss '""ollege
together with books nnd bonr-1, for
$10. Tho Federal Go eminent pnyn th
balsnce. 7t
A Card,
This Is to certify that all druggist
are authorized to refunii your mono
If Foley 8 Honey nnd Tnr falls to cur
your cough or cold. Cures la grlpp
cough nnd prevents pneumonia an
consumption. Cnntnlna no opiates. Th
genuine Is In a yellow package. Re
fuse substitutes. Hoffman Drug Co
and City Drug Store.
A six months' scholarship, cntltlln
tho student to nny or all stuJIeq
any or all departments, and a now
Oliver typewriter f jr $100. Selvldg
Huslner.s College 7t
HcWItt's Witch Hazel Sa'.ve th
ormlnnl and tho name Is stamped on
"ery box. Good for eczema, tetter,
'lolls, cuts and bruises, nnd especial!
recommended .or piles. Sold by Hon
man Drug Co.
A six months' snolarshlp, entitling
die student to nny or all studies u
any or all departments, and a new
Oliver typowritcr for $100. Selvldg
Business College. I I
Thursday, October 19th
Wm Nulmwati present-, ! Mi-rry Mu.Mt til Fan e Comedy
! "My Wife's Family"
Compiled by the Guaranty Abstrjct
Company of Pauls Valley.
W. .1. 1 ng to W. G. Williams, lot
block 121. Pauls Valley. Consldera
Hon ?3fi.
C. I.. Mi-Arthur to C. A. Goode, lots
S and 9. block fil. UnJsu. Consldern-
lon $273.
Wounds, Urulscs and Durns,
Hy npplylug an antiseptic dressing
to wounds, bruises and like Injuries
before lullamniatloii sets In, they mny
1k) honied without maturation nnd In
about one-third the time required by
the old treatment. This Is the grent
ost discovery ami triumph of modern
surgery. Chatnbei Iain's Pain Ilnlni
acts on this muiic principle. It Is an
antiseptic and when applied to such
Injuries causes them to heal very
quickly. It also allays the pain ami
soronoss and prevents nny danger of
blood iKdsonlng. Keep a bottle ol
'aln Halm In your home and It will
save you time and money, not to men
ion the Inconvenience nnd suffering
such InJurlcM entail. For salo by .1
Ramsey, W. H. Frame, Ardmore Duu
Co., Honncr & Homier.
Those Funny Fellows, McCabe a Maddern
and a Company of Farcers.
A Guaranteed Attraction -Tho company presenting ".My
Wife's Kamily we guarantee to be the Host Musical Coinfc
dy of the season, or money refunded J. F. Robison & Son
Prices: 25, 50 and 75 Cents.
A Riot of Music and Fun!
Tinners and Plumbers
Moved to South Washinfjton Street
Vse Ardmoreue wani tuts. They al
wajs bring results. Thrco lines three
times for threo (lliiun.
Just received, a car load of corrti
gated Iron, all loiigtlix.
For backache and rheumatism tnr
HeWItt's Kidney and II adder Pills
Cleanse and purify tho blood. A week's
treatment for 25c. Hold by HiITmu.i
Drug Co.
Warning Order.
In the United Slates Court In the In
dlnn Territory, Southern District.
Jack Owens, plaintiff, vs. Pocahun
tas Owens, defendant, No. 07 11.
The defendant Pocahitntas Owens
s warned to appear in this couit in
thirty days and answer tho complaint
of the plaintiff. Jack Owens.
Witness tho Hon. Hosea Townsend
Judge of said Court, nnd the seal
tlioreof, this 2Sth day of Sept, 190C.
C. M. CAMPmSM,, Clerk.
Hy W. S. Crockett, Deputy.
Hrowu & Tumor, Attorneys.
Attorney for non-resident, S. II
First published, Sopt. 28.
Buggies, Buggies.
HIvotiB, Corhn & Frentley b"ve in
a lino of new buggies.
in the United Stntcs Court in the
Indian Territory, Southern I)! Uriel:
Frank Smith, plaintiff, vt J. T. liar-
roll, defendant, No. C72U.
The defendant, J. T. Ilnrroll, Is
warned to appear In this court In thir
ty days nnd unswer tho complaint of
th0 plaintiff, Frank Smith.
Witness, tho Ilonorablo Ilosoa
Townsond, Judgo of said court, nnd
tho seal thereof, this PJtb day of Sep
tember, lOuU.
(Seal) C. M .CAMHHHLH, Clerk,
ny V. S. CHOCKKTT. Deputy.
J. W. Harreld, Attorney.
S. II. nutler, Attorney for non-resldant
First published Septe-iibi- 21 U'Cii,
use Flour Hindi" liy nut
s lb- mills, who have no
nit nst in ARDMOKK,
when you ran jet
In tho United Stntcs Court in tl.o
Indian Territory, Southern Dlslrlct:
1 1lly Johnson, plnlntlfr, vs. Jno.
Johnson, ilofondant, No. 0728.
The defendant, Jno. Johnson, Is
warned to nppear In this court" in thir
ty days and answer tho complaint or
the plaintiff, Tilly Johnson.
Witness, the Ilonorablo llosca
Townsend, Judge of said court, nnd
the seal thereof, this 17.i day of Sep
tember. ISOti.
(Seal) C. M .CAMHDKI.L, Clerk.
Hy W. S. CHOCKKTT, Deputy.
Cruce, Cruce & Hlenkmore, attorneys.
S. H. Hutlor, Attorney for non-re-jidont.
First published September "A, 139S
on I li( market, as cheap?
Made nice and fresh ev
ery day, by your
Home Mill
15 very sack of poods vc
inako fully guaranteed.
Sold by all of our Gro
cers for the past h years.
Whaley Mill $
Elevator Co.
C ulckasaw students can Bccuru
board, tuition nnd hooks for sir
months nt a total cost of J 10 at Sel
vldgo HiiBlnoss College 7tf
Cold Storage Market
The Finest Fresh and Cured
Meats, Fruits, Vegetables,
nnd Melons on Ice. Quick
Delivery to any part of city.
People read all tho want ads In
he afternoon paper.
J. G. MEEK, Manager.
Horseshoeing $1.00
All Work Guaranteed.
fjtick to tho shop that led tho way to
low prlcoi. Wo do buggy repair work.
We are a member of no trust.
Siwp on Broadway
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