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"A hint to the
wise is sulli
cient." A wise head will
give careful tho't
on buying a piano.
Let it be a sweet
which will grace
ihe home and to
which it will be a
pleasure to listen.
We can vc tou iH'tnuy.
Call aad i.et our price.
E. B. LUKE,
W. S. SMITH &. C0V
Aidtflore? I? T.
Your Business is
Omee Alexander' Iirusst-.r,
Oil Stock Quotations.
Wc never get excited, but for
benefit of those who do, we
bar learned that stock in the
Beaumont Geyser Oil Co., is today
worth f0 cents. In the Manhat
tan SO cents. In the Merchants
Oil Co., HOcents.
Dressed Turkey and Chickens,
Xoung kid, mutton, Iresh fish,
el.beef steak, butter id eggs, at
Ceo. Watts & Co. ID 2t.
, . .
Pasture Your Cow.
I have secured the Roff pasture,
wtre there is plenty of grass and
V4tr, and will pnsturo your cows
for oa $1 per head. I will call
fw and deliver them back nt
neiit. I will ulso keep a fine Dur-ba-m
bull in the pasture a part of
tfcs time. Respectfully,
W. K. La.ndhum.
Leave orders nt Ham & Craw
lord's store with Luther Landrum
XMm Licensed to Wed,
T. J. Darker nnd Olliu Pavy,
Cnmelius SVhittaker and Lottie
It- Orton, Ardmore
X opfneifnp my line of refrigera
lore ten duys Hgo, nnd its been
pretty cool very nearly ever since.
I a:n not positive that opening
ip same cutiaed the cool weather,
lnt tbey are the cold kind, ice
layers when it Rets hot, as its like
ltodo some of these days. Let
w sell you oil's I linvo nil the
staple sizes. Also have ice boxos.
18-tf C!L Jones.
Sush rods, curtain poles and
window shades at (.'. K Jones'.
If You Want a First Class Smoke
? Go to HELEN
11' VOf lAN'T I
s- vJ . r .. r ij 1 1
I I 1 1 iv i fv i i iv
T,. IN. COLEMAN,
The leading Druggist,
besides carrying the biggest stock of
drugs in the city, I have a line of Wall
Paper, including all shades and grades
and can please you in point of color,
grade or price in Wall Paper, either
lor your parlor or business house.
Let Me Make You Prices. 'Phone 4.
j TOOK FANCY SHOT AT HIM.
' ... T ..
Rev. J. M. Gren' Narrow Bscapc
Yeterdy afternoon Rev. J. M. !
Grea aod his too, Cp, eaa in !
from Biri, wbr they bad be
visiting- When they kft Karl ast
old Iadias &eaopaied the as
far as Proreaee, where Mr. Greea
stopped for a short tine.
After remnisg their kmrar
boBKward, and only a short dis
tance this side of Provenee, I3ro.
Green says he easae ap with three
men silting by tb tide of the
road, one white nan aBd two In
dian. The white mas seemed to
to be somewhat tinder the infiuenee
of liquor and had a pittol waiving
it around is the air, aBd as Mr.
Green got opposite tbaa the pistol
Mr. Green drove oo, whea an
other shot was fired, this time the
ball crushed throagb the buggy
seat, jnst missing bis legs-
One of the Indians was the same
one he brought over from Earl,
and, Mr. Green rays, hft was satk
fied bad nothing to do with it
Search is being instituted today
for the guilty parties, and it to be
hoped that they will be appre
hended. Carpets in all wool, wool filling,
granite and cotton- Also tapestry
Brussels, art squares, rugs, linol
eum, lloor oil olotb and a pretty-
lot of new sample ixitterns in Mo- j
qnetts, Axmtnsters ana llton
velvets, at the furniture and ear
pet house of C. It- Jones. 18-tf.
Since January 1, 1001, Bowles'
livery stable is doing business
striotly on the cash basi. j 15
There will be a call meeting of
the Woodmen of the World to
night nt 8 o'clock for the purpose
of balloting nnd receiving applica
tion. J- H. Mathers, C. C.
"Peach bloom," the finest drink
ever served ut a fountain, at
Peeples' confectionery. 14tf
Fresh cakes baked daily for our
ice cream trade. K. B. Peei-les.
W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U., will meet to
morrow afternoon at 3:30 at the
home of Mrs- J. A. Madden on
North Washington Btreet.
Hattie Noble, Sec.
K. Kearney has the biggest
Hue of fishing takle iu the city.
See the Ileywood go cart sleep
era at the furuiture house of C It.
Jones. They are beauties. 18-tf
W. U. Lowrance is here today
cu route to his home at Buckhorn.
Sir. Lowrauce, in company with
others from Davis, nttended the
spring session of the Chickasaw
presbytery nt Ityan. From there
Mr. Lowrance visited his old home
nt Jncksboro, Texas, which place
he moved from on account of the
ravages of the Indian iu 1SG0.
When you wunt to sell your
second h a tul goods, don't fail to
see me. s8-lui W. II. Kooeks.
Anything you want iu the fur
niture line, sold ou easy paymeuts
by C. R. Jones. 18 tf
HUNT for It. 4
INI) IT WHITE TO
i . rv I i
v i wUj ac
. Aril more. , T,
tHE PASSING THRONG.'
All the World's a Stage and Each
one Flay a Part.
X. L. Rvbcyis heref:
B. M. Moore is here fres Puts
Attorney Wood it is tbe efty
Rev. J. M. Gre usMt ! rs-
Lertlay fro Esrl.
M- 0. Grim ett of Jacktoo,
Hm., is in tbe eity.
Morris Sass of Dvagberty w
bre this moraiag.
Dorset Carter of PoreeH is a vis
itor to Ardmore today.
J. H. Sykes left for Denison
yesterday on business.
G. M- Garvej of South McAIes
tr is at tbe WbtttiDgton.
Attorney J. B. O'Bryan of
TiboB?iago is is tbe city,
Bert and Arthar Alexander are
ia tbe eity from Chiekasba.
Prof. J. R. Uendrfx left yester
day eveuing for Gainesville-
Miss Minnie Smith of Woodford
is the guest of friends in tbe city.
W. F. Bowman came in yester
day afternoon from Pauls Valley.
Ex-Deputy Marshal G. M. Stew
art is here from bis ranch near
F S. Moore came in last night
from Ravia and is stopping at the
C. 0. Johnson, a relative of L-
Jobnsou, is visiting here from
Chester. Ills. '
R. R- Ausley came in from Den
ison last night and is stopping at
L. L. Ifwis, representing the
Globe-Democrat, is in the city in
the interest of his paper.
B. B. Ilendon, a prominent mer
chant from Elk, was among our
pleasant callers this morning.
Mrs. S. H. Wooten of Ryan is
spending a few days with her par
ents, Mr- and Mrs. A. V. Dpak.
John McCoy has returned from
St. Louis, where he has been tak
iug a course at the medical college-
Dr. L. E. Caheynnd family from
Savannah, Tenn., arrived here
yesterday afternoon and will lo
cate. J. S. Alverson was here yester
day from Woodford. He reports
a good rain, and tbe grass growing
W. J. Epps of Louisville, Ky.,
who is pushing the Texie cigar
business, was a very pleasant vis
J. I). Freeman and wife of Ma
rietta are visiting the family of
Mr- and Mrs. Geo. Head, parents
of Mrs. Freeman-
W, M. Scrivener and C. P. Bar
croft, both of Wyatt, were pleas
ant callers this morning at tbe
B. Hicks, S. Westheimer, Jerry
Washington, Bill and Jeff Thomp
son and Dick Blackburn of Mari
etta nre here today.
After a pleasant stay of several
days in the city Mrs. L. Nivocbe
nnd children left yesterday for
their home iu Davis.
Win, Wisdom, R. Compton,
Henry Murphy and others, whose.
crops were destroyed by the plant
lice uenr Gainesville, aro here to
get employment ou the new road.
Jim Cttthey returned yesterday
from McKinney, Tex., and reports
the ont and wheat fields of that
country literally ruiued by the bug
I respectfully invito every lady
in Ardmore to visit my confect
ionery nnd ice cream parlor, for
pure cream nnd corbonated drinks,
the finest plnce in Territory nnd
nbsolute order guaranteed. K. B.
Peeples, successor to Simpson
& Co. lltf
Go to Mrs. Mnsou, corner Fifth
avenue nnd E street N. E., for in
structions nnd material iu embroid
ered Indinn head, sofa pillows,
tapestry und hall pictures. A
sample of which is on exhibition
nt R. Loweusteiu's millinery estab
lishment. . -4'lm
"Johmtou'f Sartaparllla never fill. ; liu
itoud the tl lor 30 jeiii, Quart llottlct."
Considerable Buslne-vs Transacted by
i the Court Today,
j la tbe eas of W. V Peery ts.
Loss You bc Wood, tbe defendant
filed a demarrer which was over
rated. Defendant then tiled an
a as we.- to which tbe plaintiff re
plied. IayaMtkm was then grant
Dme L. Tarner vs. Ab Turner
Buster's report Wed.
S. H. Iloleorab vs- David
Fletcher, et al; death of defendant
saggested and ease revived in the
name of , special adminis
la the estate of Mira Mnrphy,
application was made to confirm
sale; order granted.
H- Sehneider was made a notary
poblre at Wylie,
B. W. Brown vs. Chas- Bowlin,
et al; continued by plaintiff.
Overton Colbert vs. Mrs. Ed
Saera, et al; continued till next
term and order granted-
Callie R. King, et al., vs. John
Simmons, et al.; master' report
Allen Blair vs. Elizabeth Blair;
master's report filed.
W- H. Woods was admitted to
J. W. ?McCarler vs. Wilder
Wade; order granted.
S. A- Brown vs. Joe Pulliara,
fetal.; amendment to answer was
Mrs. E. F- Rector V3. Henry
Pruett, et al.; answer filed.
18 2t At Heath & James-
.John H. .Morgan Camp.
The members of John U. Mor
gap Camp U- C. V. are hereby-
called to meet in special session
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in
tbe city ball. All members are ex
pected to be ptesent.
T. B Kino. Commander.
J. W. Golledoe. Adjutaut-
It is more than gratifying to
Geo. Watts & Co. to hear of the
compliments from different parts
of the city in reference to his meats
and the polite attention received at
his market. He will ever strive to
please them. 19 2t
Rev. II. B. Smith returned yester
day from Milwaukee. He will
officiate nt St. Philip's church
Sunday nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Rev. Mr. Smith will leave Wednes
day for Whitewater, Wis., near
Milwaukee, where he will reside
in future. Mr. Smith is to be
rector of St. Luke's church, near
No man will dispute the fact
that Chase & Sanborn's coffee is
the best. Sold by S. E. Jenkins.
See J. M. Pollard if you have
any kind of stock to sell. He
buys cattle, hogs, etc , nnd pnys
the highest market prices. He
nlso has ou hand at nil times cattle
nnd hogs, nnd can supply you
with anything you wnnt in that
line. Can be found at Heath &
Wanted to rent, a three or four
room house, close in. Apply to M,
at AltDMOKEiTE office. 10
Chase & Sauborn's coffee is sold
only by S. E: Jenkins. 24-lm.
Buy screens early nnd shut the
Hies out, instead of delaying nnd
caging them in. Keurney hns just
received a big shipment of screen
doors, windows und Ecreen wire in
all widths. You enn buy them
now just ns cheap as nt the close
of the season. Place your order
Wanted. Renter for 73 to 100
ucres wheat ground, to be plowed
up nnd plnnted in cotton-
19 2t 0. S. Mai-pin.
The haudkerchiefs left from the
bazaar are now on sale nt reduced
prices nt Mrs. James. Better get
Tho White Elephant buggies nre
vnluo givers iu every material
point, wear, comfort, finish and
style, and we guarantee them with
m25tf Bivens & WlLLIA-MS.
Just a Few
It Will Pay You to Read Them Carefully.
It ntartcni u ied tucli muoest statements as "I seii tie bet
Mem eartb. ' 1 am tbe largest shoe dealer In the country. "Etc
Hut mar we wbUpcr In Tour ear confidentially that we d h t
1 the tet shoe on earth, we donT claim that we sell more sh' es
than every one t)ie put together We won't trv to make you be
;.trt that' we are the only one that can buy aod sell shoes.
In t te do say lhat we thlok we handle up to-datc, honest
r tbat e i!tve on ratue frr money received. We looic tack
;L rndeo tbe iocu ae t-t i ur busiDt" last year. And jet we
arr d t atlsfitd If m want up-to date f otwear we invite you to
i tue and it e our -Uk nf LadUs' Oxfoids, tics and button, and strap
a-.la s. rnces SI 50 ?r. f . men's sboe, high and ir.w rut, In all
.falters, price fl to 86 (0; nice assortment price from $2 to 3 SO
LYNN, The Shoe Man.
VALUE AND STYLE
MRS. JAMES Milliner.
Resolutions of Tishomingo Bar. ,
At a meeting of the Tishomingo.
Bar Association held on the loth I
day of April, 1901, the following
resolutions were regularly intro-i
dueed and adopted: '
Whereas, B H. Colbert of Tish
omingo, is now a candidate for
appointment as United States Mar
shal for the Southern district of
the Indian Territory; and
Whereas, we recognize his emi
nent fitness, ability and integrity.
as demonstrated by (he able and
distinguished fidelity that has char
acterized the discharge of every
important trust that has been com
mitted to-bim; and
Whereas, we know of no other
man within this district in whom
we would repose fuller confidence
in tbe nromnt and efficient dis
charge of the important and oner
ous duties of that office; There
Be it resolved by the Tisho
mingo Bar Association, That we
do hereby most heartily and unre
servedly endorse the candidacy of
Mr. B. H. Colbert for the United
States Mar8balsbip for the said dis
trict; that his brilliant and stain
less career as a soldier, citizen and
civic officer, our personal acquaint
ance with his character, ability
and services convince us beyond
question thnt he will make a capa
ble, fearless and efficient officer.
and to the appointive power we do
so commend him-
Further be it Resolved. That, in
recognition of the irreproachable
character and judicial integrity,
the distinguished and valued ser
We Show the People
i-HTHAT TPMDT TUr mono rnnu TUtr onourr. aft
tiiMi i .in i i nil. uiuuu lliuill I UC DUOULO. T
... l , ... .
?!? LlulTon Lice. Flowers and Gilt
$ Hat for this week $4.98.
Our Trimmed Hnt at S6.00 which are exact dmli,.mpS li
of the imported ones, made
material, una tor styles nail
Our Trimmed Hats nt '$1.00, $2.00, $2.i0 und $3.00 nre $1
the best vulues 'for the price.
... Children's mill MUcr 'lYimtnuil ll.ita U.,. n 1-
A. wear Turbans, Short Back
it nppial Li dies' Summer Corsets o-)Q
X OJJCUIdl i Lmdifd' Crush Skirts.
Lurge line Ladies Shirt Wuits,
?Jt FREE TO OUR PATRONS.
W m. .
ine uv inner mmu ;m
rSr Saves time nnd Irnnlilp nml
renders Meats henlthful nnd
X ,ii;,.:. i 11....1
T f .. t.!.. , .
in . ivu mi cuuuiiji; mm ruiisi
ing meats to bo obtained
I nWFNQTPIW'Q Put
arc dolighlfull combined in our
now SPRING HATS. Even
those designed for every day
or business wear have a smart
ness and quality not duplicated
by any sold elsewhere at such
The display of
Sailors and Street Hats
Is dcciccdly interesting.
Split Straw Sailors, $1, 1.25 $2.
vices rendered this judicial district
during his term as United States
judge, this association do hereby
most heartily endorse the past ad
ministration of the honorable Uosea
Townsend; and in further recogni
tion, under the peculiar conditions
existing in this district, of the im
portance of stable judiciary, that
we earnestly nnd respectfully -request
the-appointment of the Hon.
Hosea Townsend as United States
judge for the Southern juJicial dis
trict of the Indian Territory.
Further be it Resolved, That we
do hereby endorse the candidacy of
the Hon. W. B. Johnson for re
apointment to the office of United
States district attorney for the
Southern district of the Indian
Territory; that in so doing, we
also endorse his present able,
vigorous and conservative adminis
tration, and that we further hereby
express our fullest confidence in
his impartial, fearless and effective
efforts in securing the enforcement
of the law. J. B. O'Brtan,
Pres. Tishomingo Bar Ass'n.
Attest: J. S. Maytuiibv,
of Ardmore the Goods
uur Trimmed Hats for the Week X
will be the talk of the town for
Stvli' and Prinp. U' ol.nll nn IT
" - - -" '. - ruuii fUlU UU
II lint fin. vmi ttl
luiuuuuw Willi 1(1
effects, which is u regular S7 SO
in our own work room, best of I'i
prices nre the lowest iu the ditv. X
.juu wii,is, rciiuy-io" m
Sailors. Wo ni-a liPn.imi,...r.,-i! r
Muslin Underwear nud Wrappers. f
Drinn Millinr.ru UA..nA
i mug ininiiirjiy nuUoUi x