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Ardmore, Thursday, August 3, 1905.
THE DAILY ATU3MORCITE
O. C. CXT HALCAHNOM
CARTER & CANNON, agents
ncpnrarNTiNa tub olloivwci rclmsl comcohIh
Commercial Unlnn Aurance rmniisny of London, Eci:Und
1'i.liUlnt. Inruranco Cumiianv of Lin.lun. UliKlanil
Queen Insurance Company of Nuw York
Nlnern I'lro of Now York
Phoenix Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn.
Orient Insurance Compnnr. of Hartford, Conn.
Flrcmnn' Fund of an Pratirlvci
Norwich Union Insurance Society of Norwich, England
Herman Alliance Insurance Company of New Yorlt
Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation
Prudential Life Invurnnoo Company
New Jersey Plate Oln Company . , . , ,
Pbenlxof Ilrooklyn, Philadelphia Underwriters of Philadelphia, SprlnKBeld
of MaachUM'tt. Liverpool. London A Ciluue of Liverpool.
orroa incuKrcD'OOOKifi bloo. ovcr r.
1 Summer Clearance Sale E
Men's 2-piece Summer Suits
Men's 2-piece Linen Suits
Men's Alpaca Coats
Men's Linen Pants
On Children's Wash Suits
On Men's and Boy's Straw Hats
On Men's Oxfords
ttj It's Money lost to you if you miss
104 WEST MAIN STREET
; v ss -y s a i? i m
T H EE STRENGTH
fS iSH-c 3$M
Vr T- X. 2.3
rftr-- UtTV aaa v Jyourselctlon.
EJy- ' : iEast Side Lumber Co.
Morphine, Opium, Cocaine
and VhisKey Habits
CURED IN EIGHT TO TEN DAYS
My treatment is perfectly harmless and has no bat
effects whatever. Our Sanitarium isstrictly private and
persons coining here for treatment are fully protected
from outside visitors. My remedy is no vuthdiawal
treatment, but thoroughly eliminates all narcotic and
alcoholic poison from the system, thereby destroying all
desire, necessity or craving for drugs or liquor.
For lull particulars, address in confidence
A Woman s Friend
THE LUSTERINE METAL POLISH
For cleaning and polishing Brass, Copper,
NicKel, Tin, Silver and Gold, brass beds and
all household articles. Call and ?see what a
fine Metal Polish I have for sale.
T. N. COLEMAN
The Leading Drug'gist
this Great Reduction Sale at
v v -' t? -c m"w y sj v ta
unit durability of onr lumln'r are tho stronu
PoiiiIh u,mhi nhk'h we pride ourftlrc. The
r ....ft..., ,.,.. ,.11. uK',nn tl. ..,. Pfl.'.li h.l'it tin.
.T'S5'treiiKth of an elephant. It Is of wtll-sooned
!g ctiiL'l;. f reo from knots auil other Imperfections
- impairini; uurnitiiiiy.
OUR LUMBER .
wherever It lias I een usod hat succqf fully
j weathered mnn n Menu, mid was nevm known
Khe unsatlsfnctorj' resultf. With tiiich nn
SptnMlHbeit reputation for the excellence o
j our matorlal, w e have hullt up a troml lm. Inosg
ami It l our purpose to Keep this up. Whj
'don't yon purchai-o your lumber here We'll
the nrlco riuht. Visit our Mir Is and make
J. S. HILL, jr.
Ardmore, I. T.
I. W. WMllams is li. r, from Pun-ell.
lsaac Robrrts of Orr I In the city
J. R. Walpole of Paris Is a visitor,
to tho city. 1
Hon. I .to Criico Is back from a trip
to uiunuigoe. I
w. u inompson oi rauis vaucy is
In tho city on IiuMmom.
W. N. Tallaforro, n prominent citizen
of Madlll wan here Inst night
Dr. It. I). WIlHon has returned from'
a visit to Washington.
Mrs. Mnry McMIIIInn of Wynne-
wood Is vlsltlni; in the city. I
James Martin of Pauls Valley was
an Ardmore visitor today. :
T. M. Dumas and wlfo of Miullll
were In tho city this mornlnt;.
W. J. Worsham, a (Imp man of Dal-
las was In the city this mornliiK.
Mr. I. Williams of I'urcoll was hore
thin morning en route to Durant.
Will Moss, a formrr resident of Ard-
more, but now of Atlanta, is in tho
Mrs. A. Gilbert and little son havo
rot urned to Tyler after a pleasant vis-
It hero. i
Cecil Williams Is horo from Denton
on a visit (o his mother, Mrs, .Initios,
Traveling Pasiengcr Agent J. 1
Wright of th? Santa Ke was In town
this morning. !
Mrs. .lamps Williams and children ,
have gone to Oil Springs for a few.
It. V. (irnfn. a prominent real ostntHi
man of Durant, wns In tho city today
H. T. Ituthorford, a memb'r of the
firm of Oulllot fi Co., Is In Wynnowood
today on business.
r 11- i-.. 1 1 ( 1 . r i.
v.. luiiiiuimii uaiiiuiii in iiiv n. Q DllstOIl or tills city.
Hank rs I rust company, went to ' H KiVl. aM exnmlnln trial before
Mliico today on business. ! .ludgo Itoljiioit. Fewral wltnc-sn
Dudley Hardy. has returned from a, wore oxamined. Including Mr. Din
vacatlon of sov -rat weeks nt Portland (oll( st(., vo Coe nnd otherH. After luar
and oiher weBt 'in cities. .K tl, , ,,vlK,m,e the romml-iloner '
Mr, t . li. Kox has returned from . (ierntw,i slronK enouRh to bind th.
i.rlnrfl-ld. HI., where she 1ms been (iefemiani over In the mini of $:.". to
visiting Tor threj weeks nwnt lh n(,tIon of thP gran(, j,lrv.
Judge M. I (ftrrett of Tishomingo , ,,, (1(,fnllt of ,, j,,er wns u,.
wis In town this morning enrouto njniiiled lo jail
hrme from Texas, to Tishomingo. ' u K.,i,i .i". miiw whm nrrest-l
J,.dge SI Iwell II. ltusscll went to I
I lud-ay today on legal business. Ho
was areoirwanh'd ly Ham P. Ilee. ;
l.'mnb t lllv ...Uln,.! .,rl.,nl,,n1 ,,f I
the. Douglas eoui.ly Nirmal of Avn,
Mo., is visiting his grandmother. Mrs.
.lennlo Dranigan at 539 1) st Southeast. I
Prof. I Illy Is much pleased with Ard-;
more and tutukg It lias a great future.
l.lmes, IJmes. I.Imes, at
Kahn's, they arr good.
' Picnic at Matlll.
Hverytlilng Is In perfect readiness,
for the two days' celebration and plc-
nlc at Jladlll tomorrow nnd elaborate
preparations have boon mnde for tho
ontortalnnvsnt of'tho visitors. Madlll
Is expecting several thousand people
to be nr:sent and the fifth anniver
sary of the town will be celebrated
In a royal manner.
There will be :i lawn social nt tho
Christ Inn pnrsonngn Thursday even
ing. All nre Invited. 2-2t
Dan, tho ten year old son of Mr.
and Mrs Hasty, residing on Second
avenue lg sick with an nttnek of ty
phoid fever. Tho bov has bo-n out
on the ranch of O. 0. Wnrron for the
past month, bu came In yesterday
Thirty couples attended tho dance
given at the Klka' hall last evening,
and tli nffair wns pronounced tho
very best of' the season. Decidedly
the feature of tho ball was tho music
by the sextette orchestra.
The Wynnowood basvi ball Iwys will
glvo an Ire crenni supper Friday night
nt the city park In that city. A large
rrowd la oxp?cted to attend nnd a good
time !b anticipated.
Married at Gainesville.
W. H. Coa nnd Mlsa Zora K. Mul-i
key, both of Mnnnsvlllo, woro married,
at Onlnesvllle yesterdny.
Circulars have been received hero
announcing tho great reunion to bo I
held In (lalnesvllle on August 17 and!
18. Thousands of visitors aro expected'
to bo present and the town will mnko 1
elaborate preparations for tho enter
tainment of tho old settlers, j
Immigration Will be Heavy. I
I. W. Williams of I'urcoll, a well,
known citizen of that place, was In
tho city this morning and ho slated
that he felt positive that tho Canadian
Valley road would bo built from Le
high to Chlckaslia via Purcoll. This,
lino will open a line agricultural couii-1
try nnd It is promoted by Chicago j
Mr. Williams said that Uo could con-!
celve1 of no richer spot in tho en
tiro South' than tho Chickasaw na-j
Hon and ho predicted that tho Itnml-,
gratlon to this section In tho near fu-i
turo would bo very great. Ho also
said that hundreds had settled In this
nation In tho past bIx months and
that much now land hnd been cleared!
nnd broken. Ha regards tho Chick-1
asaw country a garden spot for agii-j
cultural purposos. I
Colo has put, tho prlco deep on pho
tos and now is tho tlmo tor you to
Dr, Son Is suffering from a very
sore finger, duo to blood poisoning,
which ho contracted ias tho result
of an operation.
Tho Dawos Commission office hore.
Is in receipt of an approved sched
ule of Choctaw Indlnns. Tho Commis
sion Is dally oxpectlng a schedule
of 1000 Choctaw babies and tho al
lotment of lands to Mhom will bo
made from tho ofuco here. Tho office
force Is preparing for a rush ns the
parents of tho children want to flio
on tho host lands,
Puro soaps that will not Irrltato tho
most dellcnto skin aro a specialty with
us. No poor soaps in our stock.
30 F. J. n.VMSEV, Druggist.
BISHOP HARGROVE DEAD.
ished 'Divine Pastes Away at
Vo.1iv.l1li. t nioi,.. i
k, Hargrove of the Methodist Kplseo-
m church. South, died at hi home
here shortly after midnight. Ho hns
been In feeble health for a year lisiHt
an,i seriously III since Friday. He
xv-ns .bom In Pirkuns county. Ala..
Sjpt. 11. 1S2H.
AMl.o finrmnn. vlw hn linil ehnrnn
I of road work In this lmmedlato section
was nskod this mornlnc by n. reporter
for thu Ardmorolto tho condition of
roads. Ho sal dtliat tho hlKhways
avcto In fairly rvkx! condition and
that a, Kront deal of work, however.
would bo done toward ImprovlnR
them In time for fall trade. Mr. Our-,
man snys that a now bridge will havo
to bo built over Caddo creek on tho
Woodford road and that tho brldRU
on Caddo on tho Springer road Is In
need of repairs. Ho will bo in chargu
or this work nnd funds will bo rnlsttl
for tho purpose.
Tho inorclinnts have spent a great
donl of money on roads In this conn-,
try, but It has accrued to their ad-
vantage. A mad law is badly needed 1
in tho Territory and congress will !
be asked to enact a kom1 one durliiK
tho coming eosslou.
Iiankruplcy stock of mllllnvry at
33 1-Ac on the dollar. Choice lialx,
velllnga nnd chlldrens hendwear.
Com today nnd take your rholse.
Tour dtors West City Xstlonal Hank.
27-tf J. W. KUMP
Mlllsr Bound Over.
In th. United Stnti's CnmniNslon
ors' court, Dan Miller the colored man
i,1intfnil u-llli alonlltia- n prln liolntlL.
-.'".r, " - i . ,
e(, ,,,, on (he hoM tnat MonR,e(l
to jjr p,lston.
Snow white, bordered In Prussian
blue, prettiest ware In the city. Ijsts
a life time and fit for any table. Th"
ladles are Invitrd to fall and look
through the stock. WEttKS HROS.
:tO-tf Prac tical Tinners & Plumbers.
The lumber that was wrecked near
Marlon a last mouth hay been brought
to Ardmore and is being reloaded to
points north of here. Agent Dunham
hail the lumber nssorted and checked
and put in splendid shape.
"6 conts per bushel at the patch.
Come ipilck and get them, they are
realty. Northeast Arilnvui'.
21-1J W. R BKAIID.
Chlckncaw Chapter, U. D. C.
Tho daughters' of the Confederacy
hold nn Interesting mooting at the rcs
Iduiico of Mrs. (J. H. Webb yesterday
afternoon and effected a ro-organlza-Hon
by electing tho following oflleers
for the ensuing year: Mrs. II. W.
Carter, prosient; Mrs. K. C. Chas
tain?, vice preaitlont; Mrs. W. T. Nix
on, secretary; Mrs, .1. W, fJollodgc,
treasurer and Mrs. 0. II. Webb, his
torian. Wo have Just received a stock of
Oorman enameled kitchen ware, bowls
and pitchers. Something new and tho
nicest In the cl;y. Come In nnd see,
30-tf. Practical Tinners and Plumbers
For long term loans on the surplus
allotments of Inter-married citizens,
write tho Amorlcan Investment Co.,
Atoka, I. T.
WILL ASSESS STOCKHOLDERS.
Fuil Amount of Their Holdings
First National Topeka Bank.
(Hy Assoclnteil Press.)
Topoka. Aug. 3. Stockholders of the
First National bank will bo assessed
tho full amount of their holdings, Aug
ust 7, according to Receiver liradloy,
through Instructions from comptroller
of tho currency at Washington. Stock
holders must pay twonty-flvo per cent
of tholr stock on first payment nnd
glvo security for the balance. Then
other payments must follow every
thirty, sixty and ninety days. Receiv
er Uradloy declines to state what
amount this will pay Into the dividend
funds. Clood nuthorlty In tho matter
says he thought tho payment will
amount to about forty thousand.
FOR SAT.K Milch cow. Apply O. W.
deoigo, Gil Fifth Avenue, south
WANTED One man to travel $21. per
week. Two men or women ns local
representatives $2. to $2.50 n dny.
All on salary. J. M. TAYLOR, Man
ager, Commercial Hotel. 3-3
WANTED Lady or gentleman of fair
education to travel for a firm of
$250,000 capital. Solary $15 and $21
per week, expenses paid weekly.
Local work $2, and $2.50 per dny.
Call at MRS. A. J. CROSS, 221
Ardmnre's choice resi
dence district south
west side, For furthor
information ard price
of lots see
Over Post office.
Uc offer nt ono-lialf price all brands of shops in tho house
where tho stock hits been broken and a disoonnt is offend
on ovory pa r of the latest style shoes.
This BIG CLEAN UP SALE is given for tho purpose of clean
ing our shelves for our big stock of Fall Footwear. Buy now
and save hall your shoe bill.
HARGROVE COLLEGE OPENS SEPT. 7
Tin' H'i-Mli f !lnrt;r..w i'.lliKt will ,.j.in t-tiiiilir 7 Itwv. ,V co-i-ilin-a.
Ilmial liitltull.Mi hi Arilim.ic. in.l. Tit., uinli-r thv i.ntn. of 1 1i Initlnn MIhhUiii
A niMinl ri.lfvr'ii" r. M. I"., l liurch. H..uth. Htu.lfiitti mnj-cntor nnv tlmt. I'rlinury. nriulcm
o iinlciillcKliili' ilcimrtmi'iitH. iiiiikIi' mill c lm utltm. V tmil.-t faculty of ixnrli'ii oil
luHt'liorx In cvr.v lr.ir(uiut. Illiih moral tout?, Mini I'ut linn Ui.rlilln.. Mm It M r.lr.l
tmiirovi iniT.li re tiflne mmli- ou tho h'.ys' ilormitnry mi l , .1li1.tr... Iiuimiiiu Kur fiitllmr
IiarllcuUroH.l.lr Hcv. J M tlro-i, lreiilcitt
.! liavj a coirpnte .ui "t
J Standard Enamel Ware j
The bot rr.rule. ttiel udir.fr and 0 foot bath tubs,
one-j.iece wth stiniiis t)f ilirt'erent putterns und iiricts,
and one and two piece kitchen sinks, from -l to $:i.T. A
complete line of bath room nickpl plated furnishings,
such as tumbler and brush holders bath seats, towel rt.ds
soap and sponge holders, ring shower., etc.
Try our Monarch Massage Bath Spray.
In fact wo can supply your wants in anything in plumb
iny material or fixtures. Our past work stands as living
testimony to the hifvrh olnss plumbing work wo do. Wo
are convinend that we can and will mako it to your in
terest to figure with us When in the market for anything
in the plumbing lino. Try us and judge for yoursolf.
Practical Tinners and Plumbers
h 209 West Main Street Telephone 79
TAYLOR a GRIFFIN
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
Iron and Brass Castings. General Machine WorK.
Telephone 312 214 4th Avenue, Southwest
The Drugs used in our Prescription
' Department are absolutely
Pure and Fresh
FRANK BUTT, the Druggist
We are in
Business for Your Health.
Phone us for Anything You Want.
Repairing n Specialty
Tin' daintiest summer milli
nery m the city consists t,t imr
New Mid-Summer Hats
New DucK Hats
Conn i n'to see the now summer
irooiU My stock if Dress Hats
and Vfiliiiys will bo closed out
I ' ll v cost.
IN THE STORM BELT
property should bo insured ngainst
tornadoes ns well ns flro. Tho ono is
usually ns destructive ns tho other.
Is written by us for ono of tho stron
gest and most rcllablo companies lu
tho United States.
Tho rates nro low but oven woro
they twice ub high, no property own
er enn afford to bo without tho securi
ty th"lr payment liibures. Wrlto or
call for particulars.
WALCOTT a MULHEY
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All the Time.
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