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Ardmore, Sunday, August 23. 1903
THC DAILY ARDMORL T E
PAGE ELEVEN
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FLOUR
TnoHK. HANI) FLOUK is al
ways on top If you want to
secure a Hour that is uniformly
rood insist on getting tho UK!
HAND, it has no equal for
baking and other purposes.
Handled by all leading growers
and dealers.
TYLER S SIMPSON COMPANY
W. H. FRIDGE
MIC AT MARIvKT
Whi'ii ou want a piotl steak
phone VII . Please state whether
yon want touch or tender, as I
ninke specialty of liolh kinds.
Hams. Uncoil, Chlckins, llutter,
KfKs and Cheese. Also a full line
of pickles and relishes. All kinds
of lun?h nootls.
Anything yon want in canned
meats, such as Chipped Heel,
Veal l.oaf. Potted Ham. Chill
Lunch Tuiip c and Vienna San-
W. II. l-UIlKlK
2()ti Main Phone .r,l
For convenlenco
For economy,
For comfort.
Burn Gas
When you have once used It
you woiild not do without nat
ural paB.
Abstracts! Abstracts!
Abstracts !
If you want an AHhl'KACT or
TAKK-OFF to any pieco or
pnrcel of land or nny city or
town lot, in whnt was formerly
thu Chickasaw Nation, write us.
All orders executed promptly
House & Jordan
Real Estate and Honded
Abstractors
MA HI ETTA OKLA.
The Fishing Season
at the City Lake opened
August 1st
Permits must he se
cured at the Cit Hall.
The uard will allow
no fishing except upon
permits issued and signed
by the City Clerk .
Brown & Bridgman
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Largest line of Funeral Goods:
in Oklahoma.
Removal of Restrictions Blanks.
'tho Ardmorrlto has lu stock tho
-.nv f(rin o' pf'ltlons for tho Re
10 il rf R' i'rlctions, Mnl orders
jiamptly HlleJ.
WANTS
There bniirdi ri wIm pay i. nil ft'y n
mI lit y ruicl rditiiiit .ft want n)-
WANTED.
WANTKD- To loan money on city or
country property al 0 per cent in
terest. M. L. Alexander. G-lm
WAM'KD I'wo apprentice girls Ht
Pnrisluu Millinery Parlors, apply U)
Mrs. Hell. In bnleoti of Ardmore
Dry Coxitis Company, at once. 13-T
WANTKD All real estate and land
tuen to know tlmt The Ardtnorelte
has lu stock thu new forms for Re
moval of Restrictions. .Mail orders
I tilled promptly.
( S M.KS.MKN AN'I) AOUNTS J $ J f
I J.'ii.oo per week and over ran lie
i tun :e celling N'ew' Campaign .Vnv-
ltle from now until election. Sr-)U
to Stores. County Fi'rs. Plrnles ttt.d
li hate Families, "tviielete lln, of
samples, charges pv, . I for .etc.
order today. ('Ill 1 0O XOVl-'LTV
, Co., 00 Wabash Ave., Chicago,
23-Th8T
XT1JD District agent for ("rady.
Stephen. .Jefferson, Iivc, Carter,
Murray, Garvin and McClaln coun
i tics. Oklanonm. Cood proposition
! to riant mail. Address tho Sotttfl-
h. stern Purmcrs Mutual insurance
Company, liwton, Oklahoma.
isd, G-w-l
! WANTKD Position; 111 Oklahoma
town as court reporter Uy experienc
ed, capable stenographer, ('nod
I i inferences. It . A. flrlffith, earo
Record. Fort Worth, Texas. IS 7
i
W XN'TKI) To rent a modern four or
five room house close In. All mod
i . ....
ru conveniences, Apply hox
WANTHIV-A local rcpres. ntative. ir
you are honest and willing to work
write to tne Midland Light Co.,
Dwlght iVnlltUtig. Kansas City. Mo.,
tiive isist buslni'ss experience mi.I
Mi. ieiices In first letter Position
1 prom Aide.
v N'I i:i) Men to learn the barber
M.ule. few weeks completis, r.i
ebiilrs constantly busy, licensed In
iicinrs. 1ools glvtn, tliploiuas
K'Mied, wages Saturdays, positions
waiting, wonderful demand for
graduates.. Write for cutnloKiie.
Moler llarber College, Dallas, Tex.
SAMF.TllINCt Ni;W We want an ac
tive man to represent us In every
county in Texas anil Oklahoma.
W are sole owners and manufac
turers of a recently patented Inven
tion whlc lills u want hereto
foie unsnpplltvl. F.very farmer in
terested, opportunity for sin Herpe
tic 'man with small capital, experi
ence unnecessary, deaf and dumb
boy can sell it. Permanent and
profitable business, three to elpht
thousand dollars per yar. Terri
tory may lie none tomorrow. Write
today. Little (limit MfR. Co.. U01 N.
Koblson. Oklahoma City. Okla.
10 s-tf
Nl'RSlv Anyone requiring tho serv
ices of a prlvnto nurse, phone rS2,
red. !!
FOR MENT.
FOR RENT C-room rtwelllng, three
hlocke from Main, city water. Apply
W. S. Wolvortnn & Son. 2tt
FOR RKNT Three rooms with hath,
ele.-itrlc lights and gas in Cruce-Max-well
lints. Phono 312. 21-tl
FOR RKNT Four room furnished
house. Call at comer 0th avenue
and C street, northwest. 17-C
NOTICU I urn living alono In five ,
10m house and would like to share i
it with two other men. Would give
them the freedom of the house. It
will he home-like excent In serv
Ing meals. If you are
address Rox 311. City.
Interested,
istr
FOR HUNT Ilrlek business house,
vit .Main street. Now occupied
by the Wonder Store. Possession
September 1. II. M. Ii.wium. 20 fit
FOR RKNT Two It x 10 east front
rooms, with or without board. Ap
ply ,'07 Wolvortnn street, N. W., cor
ner luh avenue. 21-3
FOR RUNT-Two elegant rooms In
new building; southeast ixposuro;
all modern conveniences: furnished
t 1... 1 it.,n ... r .
or uuiuriMSiieil. 1 ait ai .1.1 v sireei.
.011th wet, or Phone 779.
2:itf 1
FOR SALE,
FOR SALIJ Any amount of dirt. Al
Ply L. R. Marston. 20-tt
FOR SALL- Mil"; cow and work hone
V. A. F'.Mit. Ti 'phone 1 17-0
F(Jlt S Li: 1 ou,in Be 1,
mot cite office.
a' rd
3 LINES
3 TMES
3 DMES
FOR SULK niggcst automobile bar
gain ever off red. Am leaving; city.
W. (1 Chancellor, I'. O. Ilex O.V.,
Phone 407. 20tf
FOR TRADK For Ardmore business
properly or property close In, HOD
acres Texas land. Address 0. N.
Klce, Galnosvlllo, Texas. 200
Foil
SAl.K My residence, corner (1
street and 3rd aveiuic, southwest
A modem desirable home. Call at
once. Mrs. Geo F. Gates. Phone
.ISP. 23.3
FOR SALISAl ft bargain, If soM tit
mice, slv lots In block No. 311,
Northeast Ardmor. with small of.
chard, iH-rrle and graitc and two
house and wells. Also fmtr room
residence with hall at No. 12 15.
street. Northwest: this Is a. nice
building; and piped for gas. Will
sell property for half cash, balance
easy payments. Apply II. .). Dixon
jhoo Miop. West Main street. Jl-8
F()It"TM.K Olie bed room "sulteTlron.
bedstead, eblffoneer, folding bed.
center table, sewing machine, five
iocMim cli.tliH. sideboard, cxion
aion dlniiig table. refrlgeru
tor, stone water filter, kitch
en cabinet, kitchen range,
quick meal gasoline range, airtight
heater and one eo.il stove ami
many other household and kitchen
uteiislls, la tin mower and garden
tools. See at once Mrs. (Jen. F.
(Sates. litKI (i street. southwest.
Phone :imi. 2:1:1
FOR SAI.lv II. II. Peniilugton's horse
and buggy. Horse MTfeetly gentle;
bimgy nlmoHi new. Appl to Tom
Cathey. 23-3
LOST.
LOST I'oland China gilt. Notify
('ntral Waaoii Yard .1. T. Hyers.
i.tf
" TWO MURDER CASES
WHICH WILL COME BEFORE DIS
TRICT court at sulphur
ATTRACTING ATTENTION
Sulphur. Okla.. Aug. 22.- Two eases
docketed for trial August 22, In the
(usirkit court lu this city are attract
ing state wide it 1 1 flit Inn. One or thetll
Is the Dr. W. (i. Harry murder cuso
which will prove of more than usual
liiici,vt to the medical profession.
Dr. Ilenrj Is chai- ed with uiiirderini;
Din Diii-kIu at Crusher during the
Christmas holidays, the murder re
sulting from Diirgiii ineedlni; to death
thiough the lisihlllty ot Dr. I lurry
to complete nit operation which he
atl. mpteil on Durgins head. Until the
slate anil the defense will produce
and rely much upon expert testimony.
The other ease is that of Li'tnmm
Wort hem and two sons for the murder
of W. S. Anderson In the canyon near
Ci usher on the nlht of the 22nd ol
last .lutie. Anderson was the night
watchman and track walker for the
hHiitu Fe. and on being found mur
dered while mi duty and with his
lantern on his arm. Hie Wortheni's
were suspected and arrested. It U
believed they murdered Anderson for
hU Jott. The evidence is entirely cir
cumstantial. Hon. W. R. Shepherd of
this city has been employed by rel
this of the murdered man to assist
ciinly attorney Corev and C 11.
Kninnuei. his assistant in tr.e pros
ecution.
A Weakling
Is the only way to describe the poor
child that Is afflicted with worms.
No matter how much or how often
It eo's, the worms get all the pour
1 ,BhmP1, frmi ,,, foflll t!)P rIllI1
' practically none. White's Cream
! Vermifuge gets rid of the worms
ipilekly, easily and with no had after
effects. Price 25 cents a bolt la. Sold
by F. J. Ramsey.
LABOR COMMISSIONER.
Discovered Sonic Infractions of Law
at Chlckasha Willingly Corrected,
(luthrle, Okla.. Auif. 22 I-ahor
Commissioner Charles Daugherty.
who 1m Just returned ftotn a visit
to Chlckasha, said this morning that
he hid found labor conditions in
Cllcl;ailm v(ry K00l). Somi slight liv
1 frHt.(Joul, of ,ho hw WPro .ilscovero
I b ,h(Wt M. nHIBrlyi WPr
t
(Up),y corrected. " ftiutld that the
laborers on the street pfivliiK Job
ami tho street cleaners In Chlckasha
were working over eight hours a tiny.
The engineers at the city pumping
station were working twelve hours
each day The attention, of the city
nlll' l.tls was directed ' Hie law In
tV- "tvn, tl and l.f IN 1 itii-i
dw a-, n tf mil ir-.ioi I
1 willing to co.inij wi'ii r"guJaion-'
THE MARKETS
AS RECEIVED BY THE ARDMORE
ITE EVERY AFTERNOON DY
TELEGRAPH.
COTTON.
Liverpool Future.
Liverpool. Aug. 2!.- I lie range
cotton futures tod.iy w.is;
- Close-
Open 2 p. '11
Today Vest
I Wt 5.03 H
73 1.77
174 1.71
ed quiet.
Aug-Sept ..5.0
Oei-.Vov ...1.72
Dec-Jan ...1.71
Tone opened ipilet,
Liverpool Spets.
5st Cottoik today Mid ..
eelpts mine. American imne
2WM, American moo.
.'ill; re
sales New York Futures
New York', Aug. 2: Col ton fu
tures today opened bai'h sieady and
closed bawdy steady. The range us:
- Close-
Open, lllgll 1a)W T.nluv Vest
Jan ...viO s.sa s.lfi v it-ix ft vi
Oct ...X.2 S.72 S.01 H7f,S X 70
Ilee . . X r.:l S.H0 S.60 .'.ti S ','1
New York Spots,
rtpol market tillet ai.il iincli.inueil .
mid. It) 00: wiles now.
New Orleans Future.
New Orleans, 1 .11.. Aim Cutinn
futures 0H-netl ittlet m il lds. ,1 ,)u , 1
anil steady today. The i.mue oi acne
futures today whs:
Close
Open High lyiw Tmlay Vest
.Ian
.MU S.C.ti S.thi v .:2 lU
S.70
X 0
n.iYi
Oct
Dec
.SOI
. 5).5.
s.70 s.r.t v ..-
5s. 0.! S..V1 v Mt-60
New Orleans
Swt market tasy;
Spots.
mill unchanged 1
: sales 17,"; to arrive mine,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
Chicago Grain.
Chicago, III.. Aug. 22 The follow
ing Is tho range of the active futures
011 (be Chicago Hoard ot Trade t"
dny:
Close
Open, lllglt Low Today Vest
Wheat
Sept ..psij, nsy, fi2 ii3a
Dee ...m 4 oi li:tv, uia
May ..(is ysTa 0S'H HSV, OS
Corn
Sept ..77, 77" W, 77a 77 Mb
Dee ...(!r'( t!0 05 14 C6 c:,
May ..) 01 65U 6I, (11
Oats
.Sept . . 0U 10's -lO'ti
D-c ...ISVK IS 4S IST, ISI4
May ,.:0H .'0?i r.0f, Mht r.0
Pork
Sept 11-17 11.17 M.oO 11.10 11.15
Lard
Sept 11.15 9.17 ti.lO 9.12a 9.12
Ribs
Sept S.02 s.o:, s.;,;, ,s.:,5b S.l',5
LOCAL MARKET.
(Uy Win. Auwnianj
lleiu Cc gross.
Frers f tout v.OO to $2.75 per
dii.
Kggs 1716c per dozen
Creep hides Cc to 0c.
Dry hides from So to 10y
llutter Liu to 25c
(Uy Cold Storage)
lings 5c tto 6M1 gross,
Couv 2c to 2 lc grow.
Calves :iv,c gmss,
doz.
(By Keel it Son)
Corn 00c.
Wheat $1.00
Oats 50c.
Chops 11.50.
ilran 11.13
Hay 15.50 per ton.
Cotton 'd meal 11.50 per 1001b.
Itarley ll.oO per bushel.
Rye $1.25 per bu.-hel.
Union Veterans in Reunion.
Shiwm e. Okli.. ig. 22. Memb- a
of tho Grand Aran of the Republic
from Pottawatomie county art in re
union, here today t Uenson Park.
Old veterans and their families are
lu attendance by the htuidrcds. The
two Ksts at Shuwnoo mill the one
nt Tectimseh are taking part. A num
ber of good speakers aro lu attend
ance and tho day promliog to be an
eventful ono- In the history of tho lo
cal organization.
Piedmont. Okla., Aug. 22. 0. A. It.
Veterans of Itlalne county are In, re
union hero today and as a result Pied
mont Is thronged with visitors. Co:'
gressmnn K. I Fulton of Okluhoma
City Is to deliver the principal ad-dre-s
Df a 1 t' I' " II 1 r
iF.v ile rant ; 1 '1 l,vi.
Sold t W. 11. F.aiif
SA,L0RS ENJ0Y THEMSELVES
NO END OF AMUSEMENTS FOR
ENTERTAINMENT OF UNCLE
SAM'S DOYS
SWrtey, N H. W . Aug 2J Despite
the strenilollsness of cMenl.n the
SttlltHs of the American fleet arose
this morn In f: enthusiastic .r tie'
prospects of the da which pnniile
to furnish themn respite fiom ill,. n
tlitnnl toutlne to which tiic nie i
Ing subject ill In Hie main the is
to Im excbislvel their own to go
as 4hey please, and do a the please. 1
Many Interesting entertalnim nis have
been provldetl for tbein lleie ii'c
Innumerable trip ! the tnieiini. in
eluding a trip to the rumm i.iue
mountains and to the caves on ..m i
latl. .ItOSe Who tl.t Mill wlbll In lll.ll.e
these trljm may eiijov them-eles a'
tcmlllifi no end of ouMnor shmi- hi
cludlim bastvlmll. cilcKei ntul tuu- oi
war Itftwccii teams rrinii ibe niiliii.i
ami the nav This tilt tf the eirt
lilllllllelll l l lie lllililsheil , III. 1
Die ,i'lllllli'ih utVt i 111 1 ! lit It'll Hi,
Aiiierlttin s.illors lu.iv take pirt
There !s ,il-o to be a ivrc tft hetwt en
picked crews from the merleati fleet
.mil (lit lliitish U In the viiiiiK
Vice Atliulntl Sir Rich ml INsire, c mi
mandlllg the 11-lral -iialroti. wll
give a tllnuer to the ii'nii: ,-iilinli
alter wl'lch 1'n'e .ll I , nme
I T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; t ' I -1 . - in ill, li.ii'.ei
ENCOURAGE TREE PLANTING
ASRICULTURAL AGCNT MAS A
PROPOSITION TO ADVANCE IN
TCRCST IN FORESTRY.
Mlneo. Okla.. Aim F r F. i
guson. the agent of the t ml, , St.it.
department of aKilcuhuie ileiiionnn a
ion work In Caddo, lii.nlv .-m. I I'm.i-
dlail counties, will asU Hie m l Ok
lahoma legislature to m t apart ,1 c
llon of school land foi inn si ,i 1 1
onstratlon purposes. In a siatetneni
here tmln. he called alleiMlon to the
lieefxalty of tree pi inline In, the we-tt-em
part of Oklahoma, and propos n
as a means of encouraging farmcra lu
! this line, that some schotd section In
I western Oklahoma ho set aside for
this purpose. ,ail that tin demons: in
Hons bo carried on by the Dulled
Stales government. Ills pl.in would
not menu so much of Itself, he says, 1
but 11 would encourage farmer, ro de
vole more attention to forestrv than
they are now doing, so that lu time. 1
instead of the sunburnt hills and '
plains of western Oklahoma, the land
would be tlotted with leafy grove,
am agricultural conditions would he
much Improved as a result.
Active at 87.
This would he un.isual news it men
!ld Women wouM keep Hpmm ive
free from rheumatism and all acln s
ami pains as wi ll as keeping their
miiselts and joints limber with Jlal
lanl's Snow l.lnlniep.t. Sold by T. .1
Ramsey.
WORK ON THE ORIENTAL
TWO MILLION DOLLARS RAISED
' FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK,
i INCREASING FORCE.
Oklaliomu Cltv. Aug. 22 dvicts
recelvetl here via Hie Cltv of Mexico
aro lo ho effect that A. H. Siillwill
president of the Kansas Cltv. Mexli
to Orient railroad, has succeedetl in
raising warly $2.00i.n0l) In l.onilon.
Kimland. which will b.- used in prose
cuting eonstruclioii wo, k mi II. e line
in Okluhoma, Texas and Old M'Alco.
He expects to raise $2,500,011(1 abroad
for the enterprise. I'leparittloll.t If'
being made to lnre.ihe the coh-.trin
tlon furies all along Hie line
J No one is immune from kldnev trou
ble, so just reiiicint" r mat run v
Kidney Itemed v will stop the irnTii
larlties and cure any cae of kidney or
bladder Double that s not lievoiiil
the reach of medicine. Sold bv a' I
druggists. ilw-
Building Boom at Alva.
Alva, Okla.. Aug. 22.--Within a few
da) s work will be begun on tip- lie
tdO.000 sewerage mk!"iii fin Alva,
following which the city is expected
lo experience a building boom far I
oxress of anything she has vet had
Scores of buildings Including botlt
business and residences have hcr
eontraeted for and only aw.ilt eompie
Jon. Tho best evidence of Alva's pto
perity Is found In the fact that lu i
citizens are investing their capital ,r
home.
Take Kodol whenever you feel tha'
vim tie i It Thr !s the onlv 'Ini" von
j, 1 , '11 1,1 , Knlfi' Jf t W llell V e I
it s mi vv 1 nil I" ' 1
'iv 1 . 'if ' t if 1
s l 1 W l'
1 l-i ace.
C. T. II MtltlNOKU Pres.
DKPOSITS PIIOI F.CI I'.D
pr.ND of 1111; si
I'lii.s Hank llns
ltisini'.s
OFI M 'l l.
Ardmore
At Close of lliiMiiiess July 15.
HI'HOritCHS LIARILITIRS
Loans anil Discounts - iW,htltl.tt:i Capital stock - j.'..ihhi,()(
()rrilr..It - NONU Dndlvidod Prorlts - 1 ,.- i.
Furniture anil Fixtures - fldS.tW Indiviilinil l)einliv SwH
OtiHrntiteti Fntiils 7.MI.0O ). 1 to Cl.rt U irt. J.ril.rt.J
Cuvli 11111I i:t liiniiie i I . ( i n 7 . w Oilier Deposits I 017 I i
7,0S :w I7.,'it.s ,
Oklahoma .Statu and
1m. nr Per Cent Paul
Wc Wiiiil Your lousiness. Siitisfiiction Giiaran-(ci'd.
L. P. ANDERSON Preldent B. F. FRENSLEY, Vice President
C. L. ANDl'.RSON, Cashlt 1 I D s1 NDI,1S, Afidstant 1 a'liUr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE, OKLA
Capital Paid In . . I 60.CO0.0O
Surplus Fundi 165,000X0
Total l225,CG0.b
The oldest bank In Indlnr Territory Accounts tf r.-ms an
Individuals pollclted upon thu mout liberal terms cm sl'tent
with good Itnnklnx.
BANKERS NATIONAL
... BANK...
PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000.00
SAFE MCTHOD3. CAREFUL MANAGEMENT.
We tsllclt accounts whether l.trro or small, which will ksT
our careful attention.
SAFETY DEBOSIT BOXTS FOR RENT.
J. A BIVENS, President.
A. H. PALMER, Cashier.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
ARDMORE. OKLA.
Capital
Surplus Funds...
Accounts ot firms and Individuals solicited! Courteous treat
ment accorded to all alike.
A. D. HYDE
Miner and Refiner of Asphalt
WOODl'OKD, OKLA.
Your inquiries and patronage solicited if interested in
rock psphalt for paving purposes, refined
asphalt for roofing, etc.
Write ir prices and samples. Shipping point Ardmore
W. 1 Poland
Poland & Foster
Succi'ssors to Iioborts vv Poland
Loans ami MiMtrat'ts, Fire and Tornado Insurance. Prompt
tiervu-p. lit'liablo Oomptiiiios.
Fall Term Begins Wednesday, Sept. 2nd, 1908
There will be a Kreuter tletiiantl this fall for Stenojcrnphers ami book
keepers than we -an possibly supply. Knter our school on the above
tlate for a course in shorthand and bookkeeping anil you will be abso
lutely sure ot a position.
s nd for now catalog.
Selvidge Business College,
AKUM uF OKLA,
HAROI DWAl.l.ACK, Cashier
IIY Dl'.PfSl IS OF lt.NTKF
Ti'" or uklaiio.m
Himmi Open for
Vrk Inii
HT ' KM I.N I
Slate Bank
County Depository.
on Time Deposits
mu flirarainMKMMamMriHaanMMnHi
DON LACY, Vice President
FRED C. CARR, Aset. CaahUr.
.1100,000.00
. ..JlCiO.OOO
V. H lur

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