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rf TOLD BY TELEPHONb. Words Whispered in Our Ur From Inland Towns In the Territory SaturdnV Afternoon. Go to J. L. JOHNSON'S, Main Street, Ardmore, I. T. For Your Wagon or Buggy Harness, Saddles, Etc. 5 ES Latest Styles in Fly Nets and Lap Dusters.S SUI-D POK MCI IM.UAOIJS. CIIAROIll) WITH MUKDI2R. mm i ji a mm mi Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND THE ,, PRINCIPAL CITIES OF Jlenry M- Majtlcr Accused of Allen- James Williams Shoots l.eo Lively- BUFFET SLEEPERS AND FREE RECLINING KATY CHAIR GABS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY SUPERIOR MEALS', Fifty Cents ntln;; Wife's Affections.' Now York, Moy 11. Henry M. Filler of the StDntlr.nl Oil com nans is defendant in n suit in the 1 ettitt supremo court, the iilnintifT , being E C Foote, who demands' $100,00() damnges for the alien- ntion of the offectiouB of his wife, Helen In the same court Mr. Foote has brought suit for divorce from his wife. He names us co respondents Henry M. Flagler, John II- Maiden and J. O'Bannoti Mrs. Foote married Mr. O'linn nun after obtaining a South Da ktn divorce, the validity of which is now attacked- Maiden ban long 1 leen an admirer of Mrs. Foote ! (J'liunuou, trom whom he received many favors, oueof which brought him $2ii,)00 and a suit to recover an additional sum of $1S,S0S..i from Mr- Flagler. Maiden served six months in the Toombs, and he loudly asserts that the law was perverted for the purpose of bring ing about his humiliation. Mr- Foote is on ngeut in an ex press oflloe not far from New York. He has made the assertion that he is seeking uothing more than justice and vindication, and it is understood that he has prom ised to devote to charity the sum that Mr. Flagler may be com pelled to pay him. The woman whose affections Mr Flagler is alleged to have alien nted from her husband is about 28 years old. She has had a host of admirers, and her toilets have cie ated a sensation in Paris and in London as often as in New York As Heleu M. Long she wa3 the no kuowledged belle of Schenectady. Her beauty was the boast of her friends, and her grace of mannei and her wit were in keepiug with her beauty. Soon after she married Foote the couple came to New York. In some manner the wife became ac- . . . r-s i I r. I r I qtininteil with Flagler It has r-I yL (. J jJ I been said by a former friend of Mrs, Foote that the aged million aire first saw her as she eat in a box at the Metropolitan opera house, nud, beingattracted, sought aud obtained an introduction. However that may be, Helen Foote soon came to look upon Mr. Flagler as her business ud viser. She followed his instruc tions to her great monetary ad vantage. Before long quarrels between Mr. and Mm. Foote began, and eventually they separated. Liyery and Red Stable." Quickest time from the Santa Fe to the Frisco Railroad between Sapulpaand Denison. Good Teams and Fast Drivers. WILLIAMS BHOS. Dougherty, I. T CITY SCAVENGER. Prompt attention will be given to all Sanitary work. Notify me thro' the oostoffice, Box 704 BOB McGHEE. Davis TO Sulphur. Meets all trains. Good accommodations and prompt service. Wire or telephone J. R. BLYTHE, Pavis. Ind.Ter. Long Distance Telephone In addition to the already large list of telephoue connections, the Ardmoreitk has recently added the following townn: Counerville, lteognn, Helton, Silo Pontotoc, Hurley Institute, Emet, Colbert, Sterrett, Cumberland, Bee, Linn, Nebo, Mill Creek, Kirby's Mine, Sulphur, Kemp, Ynrnaby, Paucliunla, Bloomfield Seminary and Denison and Key, Texns. READ THE ARDMOREITE'S Telenhone column. Fresh news 9 very day from everv point. STOCK REDUCTION. A Slaughter Sate ISrounlit About a Business Change, by Lived Only l-lglit Days. Deputy Bob Nester came in yes terday morning having in charge James R. Williams, charged with the murder of Lee Lively, both of whom lived at or uear Fraucis, I. T. Williams is a school teacher and a man highly respected aud well thought of in the community where he lived. He only lived about one and a half miles from Lively' home, who was u respect ed farmer, and also stood high with his neighbors. the iliiuctilty utose, it seems, over uu account of 90 cents, which Williams claimed that Live owed him. Lively differed with him thiukiug the amount due Williams was only 2"i or 30 cents. It was one of those unfortunate occur rences, that has happened many times before, where a life was lost on account of a few cents differ euce iu a settlement. In talking over the matter oaoh one seemed to be positive as to the nmount ond hard words followed, and then harder ones, and they eamo to blows, Some of the witnesses tostiOed that Lively had a knife ip his hand while others failed to see it. Be that as it may, Williams drew his pistol and shot at Lively three times, two of the shots only, tak ing effect. One of the shots entered the left arm and the other the loft leg Williams was arrested and tried before Commissioner Deuuee and bound over iu the sum of $3,000 Lively'6 wounds proved fatal iu eight days from the time ho was shot, blood poison set iu nud to gether with the lock jaw he died Williams was re-arrested by Dep uty Nester and bound over by Dennee without bond, nwaitidg the action of the grand jury. Two of Williams brothers, T. P and J. W., arrived here from Pari, Texas, last night to look after htm. The Akdmokeite has for sale iu any quantity to small purchusei iuu reams or 4x.i0 titanic news paper, at lowest market price. A pretty line ot baby carriage; cash or easy payments at 28tf C. It. Jokes' There is as much difference be tweeu the irpsii cigars made in Ardmore by Graham as there is betwpen the oc aud 10c cigars made in the northern sweat shops The samo high quality of n 10c oigar is in Graham's 5c eigar. Buy no other. 10 C Our company intends to iucor porate within a few days, and be fore doiug so we will reduce our stock. Wo believo in doiug things quickly, and in order to make the reduction wo will sell everything iu our mammoth stock nt and be low cdst- Sale is on now. fefWe will continue to sell goods on credit. a 21-d w tf Sass & Crawkokd. Judge Bradford has extended an invitation to Senator-elect J. R. Burton, of Abilene, Kan., Senator Curtis nud National Com mitteeman David Mulvano, all of Kausus, to pay Ardmore iv visit and look into the situation iu this country. Mr. Burton promises to comply after the lth of July. For oil stock that will pay you even beyond your expectations, see N. R. Tisdal before his return to Beaumont. 10 3t ni.untis. Postmaster Clowdus of Keller passed through this morning en route to Loeo. He says a good rain accompanied by hail fell there. DUNCAN. The baby of Bob Frensley is very low and its death is expected at any moment, The League gave an ice cream supper last nig lit wlitcu netted them $30. The Literary club gave an ice cream supper Thursday night. The team to the ice wagon ran awav tins morning aud scattered ice all along the street. EARL. Mrs- T. J. Nush died Thursday and was buried here yesterday. SPKINQKK. D. C. Smith of Montague, for merly in business here with hi father, J. B. Smith, wan here thin morning. Freuk Fox and wife of Ardmore visited here yesterday. RAVI A . The work is progressing on the seven new brick buildings. Prospectors ariivc here daily, Parties are hero from Ron", Diirnnt, Chandler, Okla- aud ninny other places with a view to locating. RBAOAN. We have had no mail, nor has any been seutsiuce last Wednesday, on account of the failure of the Frisco to either leave or receive any mail at Lester, on that road. Tho cause of their action is not known, but it is cnusiuc a great incouvenienco to the people both here and at Lester. W. T. Lytton is at Durant on business. Dan Toler, a prominent citizen of this place, died here yesterday of typhoid fever. His remains, it is understood, will be taken to Counerville for burial this afternoon. little child of Ben Gates died Thursday aud was buried yester day, , BOB. Rev. J. C. Leach of Ardmore will preach here tonight aud tomorrow. The raiu missed us again, aud it is needed badly. TilACKEItVlI.I.E. Presiding Elder Sims of Ard more will preach here tonight and tomorrow at the Methodist chinch- Dan Hall and sou left yesterday for western Texas on a prospecting tour. Rev. J. W. Peck of Pilot Point is here enroute to Pleasant Mound. .MARIETTA. Miss Inez Creekmore of Oakland, who has been visiting frieuds here for the past few months, has re turned home, accompanied by Miss Myrtle Wright. Don't purchase a freezer or a re frigerator before seeing mine. 24 tf T. K. Kearney. Who is the frieud of tho people! The man who sells cheap, the man who never misses an opportunity of securing bargains for his cus tomers. Buy suits, refrigerators, chairs, wiudow shades, side boards, etc, from Mason, the second hand man. 1 lm Abnndoned, by a horse thief, ouo bay horse, star in his face, 11 or 12 yeora old. Branded 7-R (7 II R) on loft shoulder and AP on left thigh. Owner cau have same by applying to Deputy Bob Nester, Ada, I.T. 12S&W Smallpox, scarlot fever, diph theria, aud other contagious dis eases arising from filth aud im proper gnutitntiou must be abated in this city, and the sauitary offi cer backed by the prosent city ad ministration, is going to do his duty along theso lines without fear or favor. Gainesville Register. Spragius & Co. have a big line of ice crenm freezers. Any size, BiVENS & WILLIAMS "THE HARDWARE MEN, 'IV A enr ot those justly celebrated VI UTI KLEPHANTHUC.GIES have arrived and wc invite everybody to make a visit to our store. This Buggy is superior in quality and lower in price. We want you to buy onj because we know you will be pleased with it and will ever afterward be our customer. Come and look at every Uuggy in the house whether you are ready to bu or not. Remember we carry every piece of nin chinery needed on the faun. t tV (IV m fjV' (?' ' (IV (! m (0 (IV ix ftftftftftftftftftftififtKiftftftftftftft Hi .i ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft f " " n "i- iff tT r tee ijt tfl f t,t i t,? r,r " ?r v. tj tf V Sprii;6 I' lowers aijd Surjljiye. ( TNDER NO ONE ROOF in the City has thre evtr before been such a collection of Fashionable Millinery as is ii'iw displayed at our Purloin. W SPRING SEASON 1901. Fashionable Ready-to-Wear Hats in Endless Variety, l.nteM l:rnnie Shapes and Trimmings fur Special Orders. We desire to rail your especial attention to our superior work in Hat building and our Medium Pkices. Every Hat wc have is an exact copy of those found in tho great centers of Fashion. JL JT TD .3333 ARDMORE, I. T i t Biogest Slock I 4 m5d MS j L'jnOJC I IIU6C. j Houses In ' Ardmore anil & Ralnocvillo uuiiiujiiiiu, j ftr MONUMENT OF SUCCESS. I HARDWARE CUTLERY OUR SUCCESS L Has beeu brought nbout by our keeping faith with the public in everything and bj selling the best goods to be hnd for the least money. In every department in our store will be found goods that are standard the woild over and sold at moderate prices. We buy goods for our h.tlf dozon stores, which enables us to get the lowest prices always the best. BUGGIES 1 1 WAGONS Sewing Machines and Sporting Goods any price you wnnt. Pasture for Rent. A pasture of 2,500 acres, run ning water, good grass, located within n mile of a railroad station, Apply or write to this office. OdCtwl STEVENS, KENNERLY S SPRAGIUS GO. WYNNEWOOD, MARIETTA, GAINESVILLE Farm Implements. Shelf and Heau Hardware. J YOUNG & HEINTZ, DALLAS TEXAS. Machinery, Mill I Gin Supplies! High Grade Belting a Specialty. " Write for what you wnnt. lilt-Kent ami Heat KqulM'eil PLANING MILL- 'VM SIANL'FACTl'RERM OF Ooor ant! Window Fumes, Mouldings, Sash, Bracket;, Sciclled and Turned Work All Kinds Inside Finish, Fronts for Business Houses a Specialty, CD A I FV Second Iilork N..rth of Santa Fe Depot. rrittl-CI OnUOi, Ucul on J Lonir Dl.tuuco Teleiboa - The Ardmoreiie For First-Glass JOB PRINTING.