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Composed of the most desirable pig
ments, 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.
You will find our yard head
quarters for the best grades of
j Lumber, Shingles and everything
else kept in a first class lumber
C. P. Van Denberg
(South Washington St, , Ardmore, I. T.
I HO!. EVERYBODY I
Who has a buggy or vehicle of any
j,q Kiuu $5 111 yvui tut -
HIRE SETTING Machines.
It Sets them Cold.
It Does the Work in a Few Minutes Time.
It Keeps the Dish of Wheels Just Right.
It Does the Work Perfectly.
Jt is a Wonderful Improvement oyer the "Old Method.
No more iruess work, hut tires
without any chance of giving too much dish to the wheel, or in any
uHiif Itiltirlmr It Wnvlnir mtia tf tlinan 'Pirn Vjit.tnrc Iti nrni'Mnnl nn
4 cratlon. the patronage of the public Is solicited. All work thor-
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are reset accurately and quickly
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Ardmore, I. T.
We are just receiving
a car of the celebrat
ed Blees- McVicker
Stanhopes and Road
Take life easy by ridiug in
in one of our new, up to
date rubber tired vehicles.
Lateet Btyles, lowest prices.
New Process Hay Ties !j
Best on earth,
and save money.
Odorless Refrigertor $
Entirely free from odor or
Freezes Cream in 5 minutes
Fruit Jars and Jelly
Glasses, all sizes.
Shelf and Heavy
j Hardware -
Full line always on lmnd.fc
A large crowd is here today at
tendiug the picnic. People are
still coming and the size of the
crowd is increasing.
Both the north and south bound
trains this morning were crowded
with people coming to the picnic.
Iiavin camp United Confederate
Veterans met at Mill C'reek last
night and organized the Bob Lee
camp. R. II. Jones was elected
The 13-year-old son of Lee
Hurst, living two miles west of
this place, was bitten by a mad
dog a few days ago. The boy was
taken to Troy where n madstone
was applied which stuck for two
and one-half hours.
Richard McLish of Ardmore has
let the contract for a new business
house at this place to be construct
ed either with brick or stone."
Miss Mary Hays, an orphan girl
living with her uncle, J. B, Hayes,
ran awny from' homo Wednesday
night with Klwood Hnmblin ami
was married to him yesterday at
Ardmore. Her uncle is angry
over the matter as the union did
not meet with his npproval.
The south bound train this
morning was' loaded down with
Deputy Poe passed though last
night enroute to Tishomingo with
a man charged with horsetheft.
Arthur James of Ardmore was
hero yestordpy and last night and
shipped two cars of cattle to St.
Louis from this poiut.
Sam Craiu of this place has re
ceived his card notifying him that
he has drawn a claim in the Law
Mr. Bennett, n Fort Worth
traveling man, is here today.
The ex-Confederntes have trans
ferred their camp from Ravia to
this place. The sons aud daugh
ters of the Confederacy have or
ganized hdre with a membership of
Mrs. Hightower and children of
Nashville, Ark., are here visiting
the family of J. II. Stovall.
Lewis Freeman and Dr. Mc
Dowell left today for El Reno. Mr.
Freeman goes there to file on his
During the drawing at El Reno
about sixty or seventy from this
place were lucky enough to get
claims. However, there were a
great many that were disappointed
All are now turning their eyes to
warn Lnwtnn on account of the
sale of lots there on Aug. G.
U. l George, manager of the
telephone company, was doubly
lucky this week. On the same
day that he drew a claim at El
Reno, a sou was born to him.
It is still dry here and rain is
needed badly. v
number of people passed
through today to attend the Hoald
ton reunion, three miles east of
A big crowd is nt the picnic
P. W. Lawson, who has been
hero for some time, left today for
his home in Minnesota.
Will McOowen has returned to
his home in the Choctaw nation.
Sam Duncan of Marlow is herp
Frank Byrd has moved baek
from Mangtun, Okla., aud will re
side here again.
A big protracted meeting began
here last night.
J. U. Spieglo has moved his
bakery into tho new Hinkle brick
building on West Main street,
where ho is fitted up with all the
latest machinery for conducting
thq business. Parties can(still find
bread, however, at the old stand,
District Coufercnce A. H. E. Church.
The district conference of the
African Methodist Episcopal church
convened at Warren Chape.1, M.
E. church, at S:30 a. m. on Thurs
day. Rev. D. 0 Franklin. P. E.
president. Rev. J. 0. Williams,
A very fair representative on
pastors and delegates from the va
rious charges of the district are in
attendance. Peace, and harmony
marked the sessions of both days.
Rev. A. R Norris of Muskogee
preached on Wednesday night,
Rev. J. K Leu Thursday night.
Revs. t. G. CJrotten, P. R. Weal
and J. R. Carues were introduced
and spoko encouragingly to the
Reports from the various pasto
ral charges show marked improve
ments spiritually, intellectually,
numerically and financially.
The Kpworth League began its
session ot 1:.'K) p. m. with Rev. J.
E. Toombs, District President.
Dk. J. T. M. Lindsay.
At the Jail.
Oliver Lee was placed in jail last
night by Deputy Bridges, charged
There will be a meeting of the
A. F. & A, M. tonight. Work in
the second and third degrees.
A. H. Palmeu, W. M.
G. 11. Bhuce, Sec.
Store For Rent.
A store room 25 by llf feet for
rent, yearly contract. Apply J. S.
B. Apollos. 2-Gt
A party of young folks went to
the Rod and Gun Club lake
yesterday and returned in the
evening. They took n lunch and
ate dinner and supper out
there and all say they enjoyed
themselves immensely. They
were chaperoned by Mrs. Sidney
The Misses Uall will begin build
ing a btick on the lot between M.
F. Bomar's aud H. Moses as soon
ns the houses are vacated, the
building will be 75 feet by 100,
it will be ready for occupation on
or about September 1, it will be
occupied by Joe N. Barral.
Mrs. Mattie Dobbins is here
from Duncan, transacting n busi
ness deal which will place a brick
building on the site of her busi
ness property on West Mnin street.
The Ardmore band furnished
some prettv good music yesterday.
The people were clad to see them
and their selections pleased large
There will bo n meeting of the
Woodmen of the World tonight for
the purpose of initiating candidates
J. II. Matheiis, C. C
Rell Owens, a negro who escap;
ed from the officers hero about ten
days ago, was arrested by Cousta
ble Ledbettor this morning and
placed iu tho lock up.
Niblnck is reported
All Eastern Star members will
please note the cnll made elsewhere
in this issuo nnd meet at tho Ma
sonic Temple at 8 o'clock tomor
row night for ro organization.
Brother George Henry Bruce has
been empowered by tho grand
matron to re-organize the chapter
at this place. Every old member
male and femalo should attend to
"Ladies who take pride in clear,
white clothes should use Red Cross
Bag Blue. Refute imitations."
"To be always happy, use Rod
Cross Bag Blue. Refuse imita
tions." Troublo would bo a uroat deal
oaalor to boar If thoso you diallko
woro not having tho boat time of
their llvos, Just whoti you nro going
hom.o mado cigar;
a hand made,
none better f
Country pooplo como to town to
"trade," town people visit tho Btorea
Apples, peaches an'd grapes for
canniug or preserves. See Jesso
Best on 4th Ave, y. E. 2t
tsinco tno tuuoreuioBin congrees
has hold that tho calf with a coii-h
Is harmless, mankind has nothing to
fear from tho horso that's hoarse or
tho colt that has a cold,
C. R. Smith, President. C. M. Campiiei.l, Vice-Pres.
Lit. Cri ce, Cashier. G. W. Sitart, Asst Cashier.
The Ardmore National Bank
Ardmore, I. T.
Capital Stock, $100,000.
The officers and stockholders unite in n cordial invitation to
tanners, merchants, stockmen, mechanics, laborers and all
others to share their business with tho Ardmore rational
A general banking business will be conducted j money will
be received on time deposit, and deposit subject to check; will
discount, buy and sell negotiable paper, notes, bills of exchange
and government bonds.
Accounts of banks and firms, individuals and corporations
are solicited, and prompt and faithful attention guaranteed.
Money loaned on approved security, and every facility con
sistent with sound and conservative banking principles will bo
given our creditors.
Small loans made and small deposits received. No business
too snnall for our careful attention. Collections a specialty.
Call and see us whether you have busiuess or not.
i',oiMI.SS,,'I.,r.,(,enU v" V CAMI'HELL, Vlcc-Prcs.
VBn S r m W- 81 1 TA IlT- AMU Oashlcr.
.1. c. 'HIOMl'frOJS, Mayor ; SAM tfOMLB, Wholesale Hardw'c
J. H. PUNNING TON, Wholesale Grain.
Frank A. Hutt
Stanley R. Bruce
.1. O. Thompson
C. T. Harrinncr
O. M. Campbell
I). J. Mostcllo
C. A. Mllncr
G. W. Stuart
T. A. Thurmond
W. II. JilcRkmorc
II. II. Atkinson
.1. W. Hunks
W. H. Frame
M. 1!. Lnyd
S. T. IJledsoo
11. S. Suggs
.1. I!. Sprnglns
G. V. Tucker
L. A. Mfwtello
M. 'A. Stowe
.1. V, Gulon
A. O. Young
C. W. Uolllus
II. H. Weeks
II. G. Storig
W. A. Ledbettor
C. O. Dunn
A . C. Crucc
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the city from
A. J. West is in
Miss Mabel Bivens is visiting at
Charley Whiteman went up the
W. E. McKelvey of Wynncwood
is in the city.
Byron Drew enmo in from the
Rabbi Rosenburg hns returned
M. B. Laning of Lebanon was
hero this morning.
Moran Scott leaves tonight.for
the Comnnche country.
Harry Lyons has returned from
a visit to Cleburne, Tex.
W. Q- Cecil has returned from a
trip through the country
John 0. Watson of Buckhoru
wns in .the city this morning.
Misa Allio Cnthey is tnking iu
the picnic at Gainesville this week.
Will Munzesheimer left this
morning for a trip in tho country.
E. E. Bullock, 11 specinl insur
ance agent of Dallas, is in tho city.
Prof. J. M. Yonng has returned
from his trip to Lebanon and other
L. L. Tyer went to Davis today
on business ior some iraiernni
Leonard Nixon, after a two
weeks' visit to Xashville, Tenn..
has returned .
Miss Will Tauner left yesterday
evening for- Gainesville to visit
Miss Leta Kennedy.
Mrs. I B. Grubbs of Helton,
Texas, is in tho city visiting her
sister, Mrs. T. L Smith.
Mrs. Walter Colbert is "in Kari-
sas City looking after her interest
in the Lord Hurao estate.
Burl Hicks tind J. A. Douglas
leave today for Madill to tnko in
V W. Fisher
II. M. Stoirel
J. II. Akcrs
W. H. Johnson
J. M. Tannery
J. II. Holt
0. M. Kctllleld
1. S. Munzcshelmer
O. R. Smith
E. W. Roberts
.1. R. Pennington
J. A. Bodovltfc
O. W. Young
J. F. Williams
T. A. Ledbettor
Tj. S. Jnlnos
J. T. Orr
fflagassHwnii una1! imji m
Distributors. Ardmare, I.T,
the two days' pionic at that place.
C. C. Potter of Gainesville,
Tex., is in the city.
Miss Hyars of Davis is visiting
Miss Ellie Pulliam.
R. W. Raudol is in Mineral
Wells attending the bedside of his
hrother T. C. Rundol who is sick
nt that place.
Mrs. Burl Hicks nnd son left on
the morning train for Gainesville.
They will bo joined by Mrs. Ben
Ingram at Marietta.
Sam Moritz went through yes
terday on the evening train to
Gainesville, where he joined the
baud boys in their three days' en
gngeineut at that plac.
Unstern Star Meeting.
All members of the Eastern Star
Degree having membership here, or
elsewhere, are requested to meet in
the Masonic Temple at 8 o'clock,
Saturday evoning for the purpose
of re-organizing the chapter. Let
none stay away who cau possibly
attend. G. n. Bkite.
PULLIAM & ROGERS
have moved into tho
New Gruce Building
on West Main street. Every
thing is now, neat nnd up to
date. We are prepared to give
our customers satisfaction, as
wo carry the choicest
Pork and Sausage,
,f ; J Bread.
SGive ua'n trial arid be convinced.