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RUSH'S OPERA HOUSE
One Solid Week
Commencing Monday, Mar. 4
lb. StfltB! FiKHlet.
In Repertoire of New
Comedies & Dramas.
WitUr Mrf at bptilar
- ; 'w,iJ!
f ' .ft' tMti'
Pita, 10. 20 and 30c.
You lad elsewhere with them
bovu by me. 1 40 you
llssott any saafce of piano
For less than you will
pay other dealers.
Til h a nrtrng aerlloo 3 ad I ball
be ptatsirt U prove It at an; lime
E. B. LUKE,
Wrt Main Street,
Ask Your Grocer
Patties desiring the erwces of a
Durham bull ran be accommodated
at the Caddo Wagon Yard
Fair nod warmer weather whs
predicted fur today, but the weath
er iwjoosticator tailed to tell os
k- out for this intolerable March
vimi mm) nd.
W. II. Rot will .pay the high
f4 prices for second band furniture-
Next door to 1 B Mans
M 4 lu.
M shiU kbobs ; :vtssxsoi
T. N. COLEMAN. I
TW O riRUS LAST NIQIIT.
et.ldcncc of J.H. Howies' Destrojcd,
Also a Rent Mouse.
About 7 o'clock last evening an
alarm of fire was tnrned in from
tbe residence of J. K. Howies' on
I) urlas avenue and soon that
building was coniumed.
Mr. Bowles told an Ahdmore
irs reporter tbit morning that the
was in the kitchen and the room
b.ing rather dark she lit the .lamp
and while ber back was turned at
tending to some cooking, the lamp
exploded. She grabbed the
broom and tried to extinguish the
flames and failing in this she pick
eJ tip au old dress and threw orer
it. thinking abe would smother it
out But the flames bad spread so
m, idly that she (ailed again la her
The fire bad rained such head
way by this time that she left the
roui for tier own safety.
The furniture from oo of the
rooms and a piaao wa all that was
saved, all their wearing apparel
Mrs Bowles says they carried
$700 insurance on the bouse and
fornitued. The department arrived
too late to be of much service-
Another Are occurred this moot-
tog at yz-.'JO o'clock, this lime
in a bouse belonging to Joe r
Ro bison, near Palmer's gin. The
house was occupied by a widow
Moore and caught from the floe.
Nearly all of Mrs. Moore's goods
were saved and she went orer io!o
a vacant bouse eloee by owned by
Morau Scott. The boose was fully
covered by insurance.
To the Public.
As the report has been circulated
in the city that as soon as I have
disposed of my entire stock of dry
goods, groceries, etc., which wa;
recently damaged by fire, water
and smoke, that I will retire per
manently from business and in
justice to the public and to toy
Lpatrons I dehire to state that the
report i absolutely without foun
dation. I am here to sta, and a?
soon as I have sold tnv damaged
goods I will open for business at
Frame's old drug store with a clean
and complete stock
Thankiug you for past patronage
and hoping for a continuance of the
same, I ata. Respectfully,
otf J. X. Baxall.
The Y. I. S. C. E. will serve
refreshments at the close of '.be
lecture at the First Presbyterian
i church Friday evening at the price
' of 15 eouts.
j Pony and saddle Lost.
Lost a smull yellow pony, black
aituie and tail, foretop freshly cnt,
there was n small blue colt with
him. I will pay a reward of $5
for his return to me at Ardmare.
4tf Ports r Staple.
"The liluet Blue wakes the
whitost white that's Red Cross
Bag Blue. Refuse imitations."
oOOO bale of first-class hay.
Delivered to any part of the city in
10 bale lots or more. Leave or
ders at Wegtheinter & Daube'i.
10 la T. K. Roland.
We make a specialty of reuting
houses and land and collecting rents
7tf DkFrkksk & Uartixo.
Soar stomach, failae alter eat
ing, fiatalenee are all eansed by im
perfect digllon Prickly Atb Bit
ton corrects the disorder at once,
drive out badly digotted food and
tones tbe ttonaco, liver and bowel.
W H. Frame.
For the Sick.
i ' ici tor can do you no tji
hi prescript ic:, tjr
".'rrl put up from relia
g!henu. . ,n where we rend r in tj
r - aid to the doctor. We &
' v.ind prescriptions as theytj?
S' '.!lt l'f
Aud we handle tbe lxt of V
Ilrakeman llcmphll Hurt.
Yesterday afternoon Brakeman
J, Hemphil sat in the depot wait
ing for tbe south hound pnssenger.
He had got his right foot badly
hurt while switching iu the yards
at Davis during the forenoon. He
said that some of the steam pipes
of tbe engine were defective, and
that so lunch ten in wag' escaping
that it blinded him and he misted
Dr. Booth dressed hit wound
here. He was on bis way to the
hospital at Temple. Hemphil ear
ried one or two Accident policies.
Impure bakiog powers injure (he
stomach. Use the pure brand
named "Perfect" anil have no in
dilution. S. E. Jkkkjks,
Successor to M. T. Felker.
Tbe second quarterly conference
for the Broadway Methodist church
will b held Monday night, March
U, at $. o'clock. We request ail
official members to be nreaent.
liCt tbe stewards see that reports
are up in full. .
w. J. Sims, P. E.
You know a shoe stock is not
hurt by tbe boxes getting wet.
Barall's stock in for sale at dam
aged prices at maker't prices
at your price. No better shoe for
in any store. 5tf ,
Mrs. J. L. Gage, wife of Rev. I
Gage, died in Cumberland this
morning and will be buried in;
Lone Grove tomorrow. She was j
only 17 years old and died of con
gestion. Glass any sixe you watt, and a
foil line of paint and varnishes at
F. J. Ramsey's drug store. 24 lm .
The Fidelity and
A WEEKLY INDEMNITY OF $25.00 ILLNESS FROM
TYPHI'S KEY BR.
SCAltLBT KEY Kit,
HRYS1I EL AS.
For the Irrecoverable Loss of the Sight of Both
' Eyes by Disease $2,500
For the Permanent Paralysis of the Entire Body '
or of Both hands, or of Both Feet, or of
One Hand and One Foot 2,500
ANNUAL COST, $10.00.
NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION RETIRED.
BRUCE & ROBERTS, Agents, Ardmore, I. T,
Its No Windy.
An Ardmorbitk retorter wa
standing en Bivens k Williams
corner late yesterday after
noon when one of Joe Barall's cir
culars, which was lying on the
ground, was, lifted by the wind,
blew over our bead and some forty
feet higher, came down nutil aear
the ground, when it again ascend
ed and made two complete circuits
around the bunch of telephone
wires that span the street there, de-
jscended again until near the
j ground, rose slightly, came back
; sight over our head again, and fell
; ou the ground where it first start-
! ed from.
Barall's shirts, haU aod cloth
ing was not damaged much, bat
prices were all burnt off, and yon
get them at your price for the
next 30 days. 5tf
President Evans has few equate
ao impersonator and hi selec
tions from tbe lugoldsby Ijdgeuds
and deli neat icn of the story of
, S by lot-, were simply splendid and
i captured tbe audence completely.
Sooth McAlester Daily Capital,
I The f alrcat Oltcr bver Made.
To any one angering vrlth dyspep
lis, Indigestion, soar ctomseb ot
i besrtborn: Take Rex Dyipepila
j Tablet. All druggist ar author-
ixed by tbe manufacturers to reread
tbe monev In anr ease tbev ttM to
cure. Prlee Me per pnokxce. Re
member tbe name, Rgx DvsPEFsf.i
WORK HAS IJK(1UN.
Men and Teams at Work on the
It is no longer guess work, for
actual work is In progress ou the
By telephone todHy wo lenrn
that Contractor Powell put a large
force to work over at Maunsville
The work of clearing the right-of-way
for the road at Tishomingo
is also in progress. The old capi
tal is taking on new life and every
citiien in it is rejoicing nt the
coming of the Choctaw road.
Denot rronnds are all maped out
and the people are moving build J
ings from tbe right of-wav.
Tishomingo gives the right of
way through the town, also the
right-of way for five miles on eacli
side of the town.
A meeting-of the citizens is be
ing held this afternoon, planning
Work ia alsu in progress on the
Choctaw end of the extension and
will begin in Ardmore as toon as
Contractor Shipley and his ontfit
reaches here from Memphis.
Patronise a home institution by
sending yonr orders to L. B. Hob
ergon's wood yard for all kinds of
wood. He sells better wood and
as cheap as you buy from wagons.
North Caddo street. Phone 116.
4 ltn '
Mrs. V. R. Mnsgraves, who lias
been suffering for about three
weeks with a deep seated abscess
in one of her arms, had an oper
ation performed on it yesterday
and she is getting aloug fine.
See ns before selling your hogs.
7tf DeFkkie & Uartino.
BLINDNESS and PARALYSIS
Protracted .Meeting at Hargrove.
A protracted meeting was- begun
at Hargrove college last Sunday
afternoon and a great deal of in
terested has been manifested. The
meeting has had goad attendance.
Services are held at 3:30 in the
afternoou and S o'clock at night.
Tbe public generally is cordially
Pure comb honey at
5 3 The Red Headed Grocer
If tere U a lady in the city or
eostatry who appreciates a flue
doagola hand turned shoe, button.
lace, vesting top, plain, coin and ;
nag toe, up to data in every way,
worth $3 30. 4 and $3 in any
first chus shoe store, sixes 2, 2 1 2
np to 6, Barall has them at 50c on
the dollar. That mean $1.20 to
$1,75 will now buy them at J. N.
Barair fire sale all this month otf
RerryMN. The Tlnnar.
Phone 63 for estimate: on any
kind of tin work usdndiug un
roofing, guttering aod well tubins.
Shop south of electric light plant-
Eight spools of Clark's or Willi-
mautic thread go for 2i eestif.
All numbers and plenty of it at
Barall's fire sale. ' 5tf
Wanted Second hand goods.
W. H-'Rogers, next door to 3- B.
Mansfield. - 4.1m -
E fart thnt
our house is
spii' o i- mon
ey to ou.
The Shoe Man
.spring ia approncLing
Spring and Summer
iur r goous musr give way
i i w 1 1 vi ins
I l Vtf .1111 I IIV I
In tU'-u'.- w- arables an-adMinr-t-
nt the Ki-at-uu.
Hat, Fancy Shirt or New Tie
There is no need of yon bu iiug a iam
seaou's design. Tbe Shirt and Ties
.-Low their newness, decidedly brighter
than the fall patterns, and we're show
ing them firly b-cnuse of the mrl" de
mand. Watch for our clothing "ad."
TOLD BY TELEPHONE.
Words Whispered in Our Ear From
Intend Town In the Territory
A telephone message was received
here today Irom Cumberland stat
ing that Mrs. J. L. Gage died
there this morning. The remains
will be brought here and buried
Mesdaraes Fox and Ileagan of
Ardmote isited here yesterday.
Mr. O'Bryun and wife are at
J. L. Monk has built an addition
to his store,
W. B. Turner has built au addi
tion tc his business house.
The new residence of Dr. Bing
ham is almost completed.
Otto Walling is preparing to
build a new residence.
Mrs Shaw, the old lady aged 72
years who died Saturday, was
buried here Sunday.
The Fraternal Union of America
is preparing to organize a lodge
Our school, which was closed on
account of smallpox, is in progress
again with a good attendance.
The farmers are preparing to
plant corn. '
J. K. Martin of Dixie is visiting
There are som new cases of
smallpox reported two mileti north
The wife of Dr. Gardner is re
ported some belter.
Mrs. l M- Williams is visiting
C. II. Whaley and family of
Buhner are visiting here.
Dr. Stower's wife, who is sick
with smallpox it reported better.
W. C. Well wa here todax
from Tishomingo: He is plattn.g
out the towositea for the Choctaw,
Oklahoma and Onlf Railway.
, P. 51. Ball, a grain dealer from
Holdenville, is here and ma; locate
We have secured the Choctaw
and tbe road will be built through
town. The depot will be built
here- Tacitisn'i committee ap
pointed from this place are to re
port this afternoou. Tishomingo
will give the right of way through
town, also the right of way for
five miles on each side. The work
of clearing tbe right of way has
W. C. Welle says he intends to
stay with us.
, Contractor Powell started sixty
five teams to work today one half
mile south of town on bte contract
which runs east from this pteee.
ntorf von .
Footwear Is Arriving,
We . n't ti.
m plowed. 1
II 1 -v
i n- u ,til in
It j u nenl n
Our market u always supph-d
with the best of everything to eat.
Our cold storage keens in perfect
condition every particle of food
for the table. Fresh meats of all
kinds. The pur3t lard, fish,
oysters and celery.
Free delivery to any part of
M-M i-Pi-l t-t-t -t t- M
To Hj Frlendt ai icqoiIatucH :
I BulDt prtrtlrB. lu t.peo
a Sm clan riumbloc tad Tin Sb .p
ibot Ik Im of Mtrrh. ud .11 bt
irrMirr4 to do all kind, of
o abort notic. Brerj plrce of my
work .lull tie corai J.
Wlihlic a hre of roar .lr.c?
I aaa yoa.a for Tin aod Ptonjbloi;
Bardjr BollUlac. Xorth Caddo Strrn
U pruduccd here beeuue e ue
superior rt iur, eiuploj c.iiureteiu t,
kers and Irive superior pvos and
Uktoi; apparatus Tbe utmo.t tare
Is taken U' keep the lehop clean
aod properly Teuillmt.
is delightful. It l-s a meal in Itsell.
Crisp, wholom and palatable.
TRY OI R
Boston Brown Bread.'
J. H. SPEIGLE,