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il AltKET Our market i always supplied with the best of everything to eat. Our cold storage keeps in perfect condition every particle of food for the table. Fresh meats of all kinds. The purest lurd, fish, oysters and celery. Free delivery to any part ol the city. heath & james. PERFECT H 1 PHOTOGRAPHS Can be made only by perfect equipments. S.S.Cole's Gallery has every modern equipment, in cluding the best light that can be had. lie makes perfect photo graphs any grado, any size at lower prices than asked elsewhere. Over Randoms Store, Ardmorc, I. T. 7( ForSale EasyTerms A 3-stand, 70 saw Murray giu with feeder, condeuser and suction pipe all com f plete. 1 4 See Chus. Uurie, Ardmore, j or Suggs Bros. i Berwyu. mm Colored Excursion to Canyon. The negro excursion from Cle burne to the Arbuckle mountains, that w billed for jesterduy, came off promptly, the train ai riving barel. thirty minutes late. For an honf btfore the train arrived I ntotrorm at the Santa vt ytffim a seething mass of ue groasnrar all sliaues anu sizes. WMii the train hove in sight a yell wtint up. such as only nf groos cau Mud up, and increased until augmented by the hallooing of tho.'e on the train, when you could hear nothing. Eleven coaches loaded to the guards rolled up, and a great many got olT here. One hundred and sixty seven tickets were sold at this point, leading Gainesville by sixty-five. II. C Hilburn of Sulphur 1. T., has thirty head of flue Durham bulls-, heifers and yearlings, which must be sold at ouce. Call quick. 10-2t "Ask youg grocer for lied-Cross Bag Blue- Lurge package five ceuts." John It. iMorgan Camp. The members of John II. Mor gan Camp, 107. U. C- V. aro re quested to meet at the city hall, this (Suudni) afternoon nt o'clock. This will be the Inst meeting before the Memphis con volition, aud it is earnestly hoped all members will be present. T. B. Kino, Commander. J. V. Ooiii.EDOK, Adjutant. Take your corn to L. B. Hober son's mill on north Caddo street for good meal aud chops. Grinds every Saturday. a3d&wlm When you get screer doors from the Liidluw Lumber Co , you gel the heaviest mot Use door? mlOtf Uplscopal Church Service. Hey. Win. Stokes will hold ser vice at the Episcopal church today, at 11 iu the morning nnd 8 in the evening. All invited to attend. A (lood Investment. The White Elephant buggy is worth every cent Bivens & Will iams ask for them. They are bel ter adapted to rough roads than any other buggy made. In point of wear, comfort, finish nnd style they cannot be excelled. When you are ready to buy ask for tin White Klephant. 24dwtf The frame work of the large square bale gin iu northeast Ard more is Hearing completion and the building is ready to berovered. See J. J. Dabbs' line of new tur. bans nnd street hats. STRIKERS RRU ON PORKKINURS. License was issued yesterday for the marriage of H. W. Campbell, Connerville, and Annie Poindexter, Ardmore. Lula King, 2-yearold daughter of Otto Kiug died Fiiday after noon iu Ardmore. Funeral took place yesterday. Thk Akpmokkiti: has for sale to small purchasers 100 reams of blank newspaper 24x.'lu at lowest market price. Lite last evening a lady 'phoned us the name of "Mount Vernice" as a proper name for the cemetery. How do you liko itt Next. Will Light is now located at Car ter's barn, 'phone 107. 'Bus meets all trains, day and night. When Light gets your call you never get left. 5 lm 4 DON'T FEEL RIGHT... Do you wake up in the morning tired and time rtttei frli'-'d' L)o you perform v our daily duties A Vw languidly? Do you mis the Miap, vim and a. iK energy that was once yours? If this describes Xt "fP your condition you are in urgent need of J PRICKLY ASH 1 BITTERS f Vour trouble irises in n rloggetl anil torpid condition of the liver .flfc nnd liowi'ls wlileli, if allowed to untiniu-. will ili-vclop mala dfe rial fovors, icldnoy clUorilt'rs ir some otlior trimhlcsoiiR' & dissuM). I'UIc'KIA ASH HITTRUS drives out nil poisonous impm-itlos. strcntrtlieiis the vital j3Rr organs, pranioU-s fuijptlomil activity, WPjt, good digestion, nnd vigor and jJJP energy of body ai"i brnln. 0 jj SOLD AT AIL DRUG STORES. PRICE, SI. 00 PER DOTTLE. J W. B. FRAME, Special Agent. Attempt to Import Laborers RcAlAtcd by Workmen. I'.ln, Kuu., May 11 The wild- et scene ever witnessed in Iola sinci- the days of the border war fare developed last night when workmen from the smelters joiued it li wotkmen from the lolu Poit lm d I'emeut plant to run u cargo f Italians ont of town. For some time there has been trouble between the men employed at the cement plant and some of theyoong foremen from the east. Fi-elitig has become bitter and the men claim they are not paid the wnges which work in the powder of the mill is worth. Consequently through strike and disagreements the force has been shortened. To fill the vacancies iu the short departments a carload of Italians wn shipped here from Kansas City Tuesday night. The Italians were twenty two iu number and weie di vided into shifts, half working Wednesday nnd the other hnlf at night. About 9 o'clock without any fuss or talk a crowd of old workmen, augmented by men from the smelters, weut to the little camp of tents on the creek bank uenr the factory, surrounded the eleven Italians inside nnd demand ed that they come out, The Ital ians answered by firing severfi! shots nnd the orowd outside imme diately replied. Reports were wild, but it is said three local men were slightly wounded and one Italian shot in the back. The Italians )roke from the tents without hats or coats and took to the wood?, but were auickly captured. One was clubbed from n tree, where he had crawled for safety, nnd fell in the water, where he iloundered out on the other bank, only to be taken again. When the whole crowd was cap tured they were lined up. trem bling and fenring for their lives, and marched between two lines of workmen through town to the San tn Fe depot, where they are being held until the northbound passen ger train arrives, when It is intend ed to put them aboard by force aud ship them out. The rest of the Italians, the leaders say, will be seized tomorrow, as well as a ear load which is expected to arrie to night. The mob which did the forcible exporting was quiet and orderly, obeying several chosen leaders The police force was telephoned for, but no ofll'iers interfered, nud only one ot the foremen of the ce ment works offered any resistance and he was quickly driven away. The whole town was aroused by the fusilade, something like 100 shots being fired. The foreigners presented a sad appearance, beiiik half dressed, separated from theii slight luggage and wholly lacking in comprehension of what had hap pened. Some plead for the day's wage of $1.75, which they claimed to have earned, aud others beg for their shoes and coats lost iu the melee. At this writing, midnight, it is impossible to tell what the outcome may be, but it locks as if the mob would be able to ship out the for eigners without interference. Children's leghorns in the great est variety aud lowest prices, at J. J. Daiius'- Found Two keys on ring, with ehnin- Apply Aiidmohkite. 12t I have a big line of bran new cook stoves, the standard makes. They will bo sold very cheap or exchanged for second hand ones. For bargains in furniture come to my store. W. II. Hooehs. 28d wl m Smallpox at Coalga'e. Advices from Washington say the marine hospital service has di rected a surgeon to proceed at once to Coalgate, Iudian Territory, to confer with the Indian inspector and municipal authorities there over the smallpox outbreak. The Indiau bureau has shipped 1,000 vaccine points there and will send others when called for. Advices to the indian bureau show between 50 to 100 cases of smallpox at Coalgate. RI.V1LR BROS.' (H-MS1 I URMSIIINO hSTAIU.ISIiru.N I'. The above half-tone engraving is located in the henrt of the busj in their store. Their shelves nnd show cases nre filled with the very latest goods for men. , "From the engraving you see they believe in plenty of room and of the interior of Hnigcr Bros, ness district of that bustling little , store nnd the followiug oomph-1 city. mentary notice of this popular firm "These men deserve special meu- -.in,pnred In a recent issue of the . nou for the reason that they are Atfam unuira i among the few Southwestern hnb ; keep their store cheerful aud "Among the thriving busiuess crdashers who keep fully abreast 1 bright with elaborate decorations, firms of the Southwest wo take with the- Eastern leaders of fashion i These brothers have n strnightfor pleasure in mentioning Hinger iu ill the furnishings for men. ward way of dealing that will lead Bros, of Ardmore, I T. The nc- Ovt of date goods that can be oi to success that will gratify their companyiug engraving is a likenpss ipiokwl up at a small reduction in fondest hopes " " , Of the interior of Uioir gtnrp, which ' the grunt markets have no plneo Were Agreeably Surprised. Hon. A. W. Stovall of Jackson, Tenu. nud II. l Wood of Selma. Tenn., both proiniuent attorneys of their section, were prevailed to stop off iu Ardmore Thursday night. They were a little undecid ed for a while, for they thought that wild Indians walked out streets by day aud by night, and were under the impression that it was a wild frontier town. They were surprised text morn ing when they woke up and saw rustling, bustling, busy Ardmore, with her 8,000 population, with only two or three Indians here, and to learn of the business trans acted nt this point. They left later for Gainesville on legal busi ness. Horses and Mules Wanted. Will buy all colors except white nud light gray: 15 to 10 hands high; 5 to 8 years old, in good condition. 18tf J. E. Bowi.ks, Bowles' Livery Stable, Ardmore, I. T, Several cases or smallpox have appeared nt Marietta in the past week, and it is feared the epidemic is nbout to break out anew at that place. If you want a good tin roof be sure to figure with me before let ting the job. We do tin roofing anywhere iu the B. I. T. All work guaranteed. Yours respectfully, Fit AN K BnitltVHIM., ldwlm Ardmore, I. T. Our Cemetery Name. Another lady has handed iu a name for the cemetery. It is "East Lawn." The two words sound smoothly together, but why ' East!" Thediiectiou from the city is south, therefore East is misleading. Anotherthinksthat "Rose Hill," as suggested, i very good. We want to hear from others. Don't be nfraid to venture a name. See the splendid line of rough and smooth snilors for GO cents at J. .1. Daiius' Seed. M. Bollard if you have any kind of stock to sell, lie buys cattle, hogs, etc , and pays the highest market prices. He also lms on hand at all times tmttle nnd hogs, aud can Kiipply you with anything you want in Unit line. Cau be found at Heath & James'. 3-lm. Little Claire, daugterof Mr. nnd Mrs. Doc Fielder, who has been very ill for a few days, was re ported greatly improved yesterday. White UleplmiitT The name plate "White Ele phant" is put on the best buggies made. You can get them from Bivens & Williams. 24dwtf "When you goto buy bluing, u?k for Red Cross Bag Blue. Large package five cents " The New West Main St. Fine Steaks Roasts Market Phone 1 27. 'Dressed Poultry Fish Everything Kepi in a High Grade Market. Goods Delivered "on Time" to Any Part of the City. GEO. HOFFMAN & BRO. Hundreds of little Household Necessities go in this Sale, CLOSING OUT OUR STOGK, Circumstances over which we have no control force, us, within a few ctoys to retire from bushes and com- ' pel us to sacrifice our goods. We have already leased our store to J. I I. SpHgleand must give possession. To show you, we submit prices: 4 poumls Arm and Hummer Soda.. 1 cans Eagle Lye 4 cans uinnt Lyo. 'J0c .2uc or, Ladies' Bonnets, neatly made of good material, each 15c A good Juniper 20c Men's Work Shirts 20e Tubular, crauk-lift Lantern, best made. fu'c A handsome Berry bet Good Lamp Chimneys, No 1 or 2, each.... GOc In addition vo above we have a big stock of Mats, Shoes, Towels, Lace, Thread, Dishes, Tinware and innumera ble other things. All must go. SPECIAL A big variety of Specta cles. Can fic any one's eyes. GLOVER & WOLFE North side Main St. Ardmore. The Prices We are offering have never been dupli cated here. mw SMOKE THE: 4lHELEN HUNT CIGARHf j An All Havana Filler for S Cents. 1 fciy Vr LulliH P.r..i.. ...... l.n 1.,. f ,. A.v ...,w v ..Hi .It" UUIIUl 11H till) lL'r. ft 0 4 ' o r nrTBIDtiilrs-nal o ma 1 ijj u. n. i-ciwrairau i uni x uu., uisxrinuiors. Stevens, Keimerly & Spragins Co MA HI ETTA, INT). TEH. Have opened up the biggest stock of Hardware In Marietta this town has ever had. They have a big line of Buggies, Hacks, Wagons, Sewing Machines and Farming Implements. All goods sold under a positive guarantee. J. W. SCANL0N, Manager.