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' 11 !
-IS THE PLACE FOR-
-i A wo SALE
in nnriacent to
TIic Sait City-
See myship and
Tho southern wind of pummr-r cannot enntaminnte tho air with the city' minsma in Ferndnlo ad1ttinn.
The pmithern wind- of ?ummer Ciinnot fill vour homo with Hand nnd dirt from tho city's streets nnd alley in Ferndu'o nddltinn.
1 he Fouthorn winds ol pninmor ennnot make your ereen nnd shidy Inwn n receptacle for blowing tnuih nnd pupern in Kernrtnle addition.
Tho southern winds of summer ctiniint pormonto your home with noxious gos and odors in Ferndule addition.
Tho southern wiiidn of summer has no terrors lor the housewife or invalid whopo liumn is in Fcrndalo addition
The southern winds of summer make music in the brancho of the massive oak and hickory in Ferudnlo addition.
Tho southern winds of summer murmurs to tho carrol of the bird in Ferndale addition.
'I lie southern winds of Hummer kiss tho waving lawns with tender hrfinth in Ferndale addition.
'I he southern winds of summer rool the ehadv grumes 'neath the lnafy trees in Ferndule addition
The southern winds of summer make life a pleasure in a home among tho verdure of Ffiudalo addition.
ThlH addition now on the market. Sec tho water-colored drawing of tho plat. ,
TIim lts arc lU0x.'.(J and l.0 feet; arc south of Main street, fue.o a 10'J-foot avenue which is nearly a mile long.
For particulars, prices, etc., call on or address
To Stimulate Business for a Short Time, Lots will be Sold From $25 to $100
Farms to rent !
Property lor sale
Leases to exchange
Call at my dfflce and
I'll Do Business.
See my complete city,
map, showing additions.
OARENCE B. DOUGLAS, Real Estate Dealer.
Rooms 1 and 2, Williams &, Pennington Block, Main Street, Ardmore, Indian Territory
as u friend of pielimiunry toactttnl government.
may drive a
-St. Louis Itepubiic.
Watu'i riomi Wixlan. in,' malu m.iti as a pnceedinR
qual suff s
g od ninny pf Colorado out
oi the vote business.
"Oitvernt ," said a well-
known woaT the other day,
"the wotn Jolnrado would
liko to k no are going to
- beftcand.d ronominatiou."
The Guviid that he was
not only r o a candidate,
but.that he ing to got the
place. It ijcd in this con
iiection thtsaid something
wading, in an
iat is another
II row n llro., practical jeweler will
open up shout Auguit 10 w4tli the
fiuet itoek erer brought to the Ter
ritory, t 10
Tho radle for the J. A. Mnys hore
and buggy did not uke pUcu yeRler
dsy r announced, but wilt surely
coino oft' tomorrow,
In the election for ouloer ol the
Clioctaw Nation held yoiteriUy, .lef
fflriiiiti Uitrdner, Ike itidcprudeBt enn
(llilato was elected governor. He I
opposed to allotmeut or auy change
of tribal relations.
A Nnro, Kntnral Trait.
Lat nlht while D:iu Ilogait was
prorceiliug to 1 1 ir, boarding place i-nat
of the railroad track on Ghcitiiut
ftrcet, ho met a 11'ro with a nnck.
There wa n grcnt llutterin the sack
and ilngau halted the negro and
reaihed for th batf . The negro let
go, nml started ou a run for the rail,
war. When the sack wns opened it
was dUcorercd In contain night
chickens. Dculeuu Herald,
Look out for tho opening of Urowi:
Itrns., jewelers nnd silrer smiths. In
Wisnor- Hotel. t 10
W. T. BODINE.
One hundred, live, euurgrtlc, agtfuU
wanted to work llfn insuratico within
tho Oklahomn ami Indian 't'crritoricii.
Uncd mid liberal eommlssiou paid.
. i I ' . . . . (iood comnaiiv aud liberal features.
yourauroirtn nas injureu A.,,,rt!Sg Machusotts UehblU Mte
the fenuleStan, witnout a
this Stutecially 1" queried Insurance Co., II. M, Wdlvcrtou, Oen-
, rral AltiiI. ()kln holiia and IlKllaU
Terrltoriet, Duiieitu, toil.
tcr. 3 tin
knowledgehe was. treading
on dangerojnd. A large pntiric wull'.vhlted tho pat
Then thchnr brought out , tore ot llr. Hodgcn, Monday, and at'
hin lincniRidrivcr tacked a calf. While the mother was
"I am aojd'Biok of hear- , flgbtiujf the wolf, Mr. Hodges heard
inV(l.nhlJll not answer." tho uoIib and went to to the rescue.
:.i i.i.MWhn .nt hnf He that It was tho largest wo(
, . . . ' , that hu has ever seeu. I ho call was
arn t.nnb dxliurfi-'' but hero .......
bitten in inouecx ami uieu. ueuisuu
are fench ddiars ' but hero
the renresa .woman voter
There isielling what ho
might haveiad the woman
The prevalence of robld.aulinals it
this particular Mine xhould very lore
11)1 v Mif'L'rst lh ailvlsiibllltv of exter.
politician nrgrouna. unen mluatlng a Urge part ot tho canine
he reached econa damn bo ttud fellno population of the city.
looked forfaits, but she had I ' - u ; "
i, . n.. o t.unr I. It. Mason, W. K. Moore, Lee Gait
fl,d. She ll taste of PH- and Supcrin.en.lent A. .1. Davidson
ties that efcotJooking for. returucillMt nl(hl frollI A vlntMt
IttnaybeiE will reach the l0ur of the couutry, viewing Its beau,
happy if norate assumption tI ftnd pro,pocU ,! fhiug a little
that all pohV are Jiko AVatte, on the side tor diversion. They were
and that, bT. thai sort, tbey greatly elated over the results of
ore'not intt&s the aarociates their invcttigailnns.
of good woj v . MUi Mattle Bush, who has been
: Happly a, politicians, as i)owly rccoTcrDg from ,)rotracte
fuls, are ce the Gavernor apcll of typhoid fever, luflered a re-
of Coloradobey wer.6 it would iSp6e yesterday. It w'a iVared h
b a good i(.turn th. whole last attack was congestion, put. wo
shop -overt ban and. ajik that are pleased to Mato the is -reported
tBOy.uriderbo-tasu pi reform- muco Dotte? tuts niornipj...,.. ,. ,r
Dr. BontlitHcn, tlio veterinary sur
gcon, aud Miss Kato Wheolcr, both
of this city, were marriod last even
ing at the rnsbleuco ol Elder Master
sou in Ferndale Addition, that gen
tlemau performing tho ceremony.
The Ardnioreito cxtctids congratu
Utinns aud whhcB the twain now one,
a long, prosperous aud happy life.
Frank Scivally roturucd last night
from Hot Spring, whero ho baj
becu vUlting (or tho past month.
' Jo60pb Wlsby, a leading lawyer of
Guthrie, has been uutuiuuted as 'ho
'democratic .standard bearer (or dele
ralo'l to Cougress. He Is an ablo
man and should bo elcctfd
Uart Smlib, ol Gaiuvsvillo, is in the
city, visiting friends and relatives.
Uion Cole representing the Western
Newspaper Union and the Interna
tloual Press Association is in tho cily
aud gavo the Ardnioreito a pleasant
Fettlral ud Entertalamaat.
The "Iluds ot Promise" of tho Moth
odist church will give au entertain
rneut Friday eveuing at 8-3o at Mr.
J.T, Alexander's. Tho a(fulr promises
to be ono of Importuned. Quite au in
teresting prog. am will bo rendered
by the children, and Ice cream aud
cake served, tho proceeds to bo nsed
to improve the Methodist church.
Think of it, lots in the Ferndule Ad
dilion uuiong tho verdure from $26 to
10O, (see half page ad. 'i It
SubtfcribB for the Ardtuoruite.
BODINE & ZUCKERMAN,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
Have the Exclusive Control and Sale of
Wii i Mill filtte
Houses Bented, Eents Collected, Farm and Lot
Leases ISTegotiated. Have Now For Sale Some
"Very Desirable Improved and Unimproved
Property on-Main, Court, Atkins, Frensley and
Caddo Streets. Office in J. B. Smith Brick.-
Bodine 8s Zuckerman.
Hon Rose Baklmg Powdsri.
Gnnrautced nbsolutsly puro. If not
S4tl6(actcry in every rcupect,. your
funiiev will bo r'-lnndcd. For snlo on
ly by Harris & Sbmu 3 lh
Our Irieuii F. II. mytlur Is getting
totiey. He is repainting the interior
of bis drug stoio aud preparing for a
ov olgu on tli 11 front.
Haifa Dollar to Know It All.
For only lllty ceuts you can gut Jho
Semi-Weekly Nowa (Galveston or
Dallas) every Tuesday aud Friday (or
This will take you through and be
youd what bids fair to be one of the
most exciting state campaigns ever
witnessed in Texas.
Hand 60 cents to your postmaster
or the locul new. dcaler.or send direct
in A, II. Ut'lo k Co., Publishers, and
get full proceedings ot tho political
procession in the best veneral uews
paper in the bouth west sixteen pages
D. A. Finley the gentlemanly mna
ger tor R. M. Held, wo are sorry 10
say Is so much ItidUposed as to re
quire bis bed. I'be Ardmoreite ex
presses the wish of bis many friends
In hoping- for bit speedy recovery.
South of Whittineton's Brick, Caddo St
First class in ovory particular. Nowly renovated and furnished
throughout. Terms, $1.00 per day $1.00 per week with lodging;
$3.60 per week dny board- V. C. RILUOKI-; Prop
NORTH TEIAS BUSINESS COLLEGE,
No. 391 East Calfomia Street,
GAINESVILLE, - - TEXAS.
Open to both sexes. School day aud night no vhci.IIoo. Students can
enter at au time Wo isxuo life Scholarship In Uook-kcoplug, Uauklug,
ijhorthand, Typewriting. Wo have shorthand pupllx, who have, In less than
three mouths, acquired a rate of speed of 200 words per minute, new mat.
tcr. This department is undor tho coulrol of Mrs. J, M. iludlslll, who will
took after your daughters if scut to this school, Make yottr sons aud daugh.
tors independent by giving them a practical business education.
J. ITC. RUDISIIili,
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