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;'Swap" off that old Piano or Organ and get a nice, new up to date piano. We will trade with yott nml pive you rosy pay ments oa the balance if you want it. H1UI tuu Bush &Gerts Knabe ..PIANOS E. B. LUKE, AHDMOHK, I. T. Olivette Soap. ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. SMOKE 2 Hardie's Eldo Cigar, poooooooooooooooooooooooo - It .a'ilwht you tT for ' unr. it., ihi. .i..n.. that riir.r lflYfll you. If there'" a nelf-natlnf Tlntr quality Id a 3 Cent Clilur them a u.u iiajlDi; 10 renin for muk". You won't l UlmpiwInttMl In the l I. 13 O ClOAK Eooooooooooooooooooooooooj 11 1). tIARDIE, .Manufacturer, (ur Tii.i I'vanlDEton .V Htonic'n Ilullillnij. 4- -Ajri4'WlArZW-$A District Court. J. N. DilUird vs. Sum Shipley. Verdict for defendant. 0. M. Keys & Co. vs. L. John hou. Motiou of plaintiff for new trial tiled. In the estate of R. P. Coyle, C 1j. Herbert was appointed guardian1 for minor heirs. Mrs. R. F. Overstreet was op jointed administrator over her late husband's business. Steve Nohiud vs. Deborah A. Nolund. Divorce grunted. J. C- Washington vs. James Fra-r. Continued. In the ruse of L. Johnson vs.. Thnimu Roberts, injunction suit, defendant tiled an answer to suit, winch was answered by a de murrer. Tim court sustained the demurrer and made the injunction perpetual. CatiKlit n Red I'o. J. R. Punuington end George Niahols went out about six miles east of town yesterduy morning lor a fox chase. They took their puok of hounds along nnd were not long iu strikiug a trail. The dogs rouuded reynard up iu short order, nnd in about an hour lie succumbed to superior numbers. We have for rent !)0,000 acres of good pasture hind. 28dwtf Hudson &Aknoi.d. Notice. Don't let your heaters get wet nud rust sell them to Mason, the second hand man. 1 lm T.N.60LMN DHOISL SHOT HIM IN THE HIP. Draught Fires on HarrU with a Shot dun. Today at noon Deputy McLe more brought up from Marietta S. D. Draught, charged with assault to kill one Ollie Harris, just west of Marietta. An Ardmoreite reporter was at the jnil when Draught was put iu sod he talked quite freely of the affray, and did not look like a man with blood in hii eye. He stated that Harris came to his house drunk and was using profane and boisterous language around the place, to the great an noyance of his family, and he asked him to desist from the use of such language. Ue failed and refused to do so, Draught said, when he told him that he would hove to leave the premises if he persisted in conducting himself in such a manner. Harris then re fused to go and be stepped into the honse and got his shot gun and told him that he must leave his place. "At this juncture," Draught say, "Harris remarked that he had n gun, too, and ran his hand behind him, as if to pull it, when I fired on him, the load taking effect in the left hip. Harris then ran for a short distance, but turn ed and came back and got his horse." Draught talked like auy honest farmer would, who was trying to rid his family of an objectionable character. Wanted A cook; apply at Ringer Bros'. 15tt Notice. Members of the Rod nud Gun club who fish in the big lake will please take notice that bass fish in variably die after being caught and thrown back into the water. would advise all members not to do auy fishing uutil Juue 1- Fiiank Fhensley, President "Ask youg grocer for Red Cross Hm? Blue. Lorce package five cents." Misfortune Multiplies. W. E- Sauders had a telegram this morning from Magnolia. Ark., Rtntini? that his iufunt child woe not expected to live but n few hours. Mr. Sanders will leave for this child's bedside on this even ing's train. Only a few weeks ugo Mr. Sanders lost his wife at Tioga Tex. He hns the hearty sympathy of the V. C. T's aud Ins tnuny friends hens Twenty-eight photos aud one button for 25c. for u short time Over Weiss Bros. store If) Ct A. 1). Chase informed the Ami .mohkite that ho would tear down hU two frame stores that were damaged by Uru and build brick in their stead. He was undecided as to whether'or not they would bo one or two story, but rather thought thpy would two-story. When you get screen doors from the Laidlaw Lumber Co., you get the heaviest mortise door. mlOtt' Pneumonia Claims Another. Miss Ollie Medley, aged 20 yenrs, daughter of Wm. Medley of Brock, died of pneumonia at o'clock thismnruiug. Tho remains will be interred this afteruoon iu Cheek cemetery. Funeral services will be conducted by Rev- Smith Tho Womaus' Homo Mission Society of Broudwoy Methodist church, will meet at the church Thursday at 'i p- m. THE PASSING THRONG. All the World's a Stjge and one Play a Part. Each W. E. MeKelvey of Wyonewood Is . if. the city. Marrln Blnkley of Sherman, Tex.. Is In the ol:y. J. B. Spraplm left for Gainesville tbl morning. F. L. Orlrtln came In frsm the north last night. Mlis Allle Purdr of GalnesvtHe Is visiting In the elty. Mm Bnford and Will Koberson leit for Beaumont this morning. Mrs. Silas Boyd left this morstsg for Tishomingo, her future home. Mrs, J on M. London and children left for Fort Worth this morning. 11. W. Oboate of the Marietta Monitor, was in the city last night. H. E. Foster and D. E. Booker re turned last night from a trip up tbo road. Mrs. Hardy has returned from u visit to her son Summers at Oak land. A. Exlel of Fort Worth is here to J v doing business with our saddle and harness men. Mrs. C. L. Stowo of Sherman, Texas, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. O, M. Redfleld. this oity. A. W. Everett. Capt. J. C. Keltner, J. P. Plank and J. B. Williams are here attending court from Leon. Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. Scivally and the children are here today from Springer visiting relatives and friends. Miss Jessie Hbultz of Mill Creek, and Miss WiilamB of Davis, who lslted Mrs. H, A. Ledbetter, have returned home. James Freeman and wife returned to Marietta this morning after pending several days with the lam ily of Geo. Head. Mrs. J eft Carter left last night for Tecumsol), O. T., where she was called on account of illnsss of her ister at that place. Ed Roberts, A. E. Fuller, W. O Duston and Wm. O. W. Vernor leltr today for Oil crpek, where they will pend a few days Usblng. If you wont to purchase a good business lot see the Laidlaw Lum ber Co. 13tt For Rent. Several nicely tumisneu rooms ti rent. Apply, 10-Gt Mns J. V. Philips To the Public. T. C. Brdgman, manager of W Brown's undertaking establish ment, announces to the public that in n short time they will have Black Imperial Car that nas re ceived the highest awards over all competitors nt the World's Expo sition, New Orleans, La., Ciucin uati Exposition, Cincinnati, Ohio and Iowa Stute Fair. Des Moines Iowa. Also one of the finest whit Funeral Cars ever brought to the west, aud as nice an Undertaker wagon as is made. He also an nounces that" any family m Ard more who may be uufortunate enough to need the services of a hearse can get the one uow iu stock free of charge until the new ones orrive. Remember we carry as complete a line of caskets and cofllus as you will find in the west, and have just received another shipment of beautiful picture mouldings. La dies, come and let us frame your pictures. Our prices are right. Respectfully, T. C. BlllDOMAN, Manager. Licensed to Wed. Geo. Campling aud Muttie Spink, MadilU Deputy McCoy married this couple nt his house. Gee. Hines and Heurietto Will den. Norton- Tins couple was married by Mr. McCoy this morn ing iu his office. -J. F. Rogers, Aubrey, Maggie Kimbrel, Hewitt. J. L. Evans, Rosebeck, Texas; Muttie Riohurdson, Ardmore. T. A. Flippen and Lizzie Spiny, Eastman. No Oil In ArUmorc But if you wish to trade your old household goods for new ones such os folding aud iron beds, cul ou Masou, the second hand man WILL PLAT CHOCTAW ROAD. Surey Commence This Week Otherwise .Map ilnrly Comphtl An A RDM0KEIT3-reporter visited the townsite commission office this morning and found' i'bief Engineer John G. Joyce and Draftsman W. G. Rawles at work. A glane? at the map led us to believe that the work was almost finished. In an swer te a few questions Mr- Jowe informed the reporter tbat the sur vey of the towu was practically complete and the same had been placed on the map. In regard to platting' tbe Choc taw, Oklahoma aud Gulf railroad Mr. Joyce said while he had not received instructions to' gt ahead with it, be knew that the same would be done, and the secretary of the interir would advise bim as soon as he knew the exact location and size of all the station grounds. "In the meantime," said Mr. Joyce, "I will begin the survey of the Choctaw right of way from where it enters town on the east down to the depot grounds, the latter part of this week or the first f next, and wrH proceed to plate the same ou the map. In the mean time, I am looking for instructions from the secretary of the interior to go ahead with the road, at the arue lime giving me minute par ticulars regarding the station grounds. The work of platting the rail road will take somewhere in the neighborhood of a mouth, and when that is finished the map will be ready for approval." Mr- Joyce told the reporter that thecorporationcontained 2257ocres of land nnd was more than twelve miles around it, having twenty two corners or tnrns. The town of South McAlester. while much larger thau Arumore in area, is not near so far around. Last Sunday's Ardmoheite stat ed that Deputy Jack Walters arrested at the canyon one Dr Bunn for resisting an officer. That was the information given the re porter by the deputy, but it turns out to have been Dr. Barnes who was placed under arrest and not Dr. Buna- Chickasaw Post. No. IS wil meet next Friday night for tht- purpose of making preparation foi decoration day. All members art rermested to be present- Buy Uuckiu's soups nnd al other high grade groceries frou Skipworth & Cullum. Joe Wooder was tried before Judge Bradford for carrying a wea pon. The jury turned him loose- A hat or n glove drummer gen erally enrries as samples the besi hat or glove of each grade his fac tory makes or his house sells. When the season is over nnd he has been to see all of his custom ers his samples are for sale, and it's a lucky merchant who gets them at 50c on the dollar. J.N, Burall has two large sample Hues of hots and gloves. The hats are of every kind, including the com fortable straw for weather like this. If you were to buy these nt whole sale prices you would get a bar gain, but Barall will sell them as he bought them at 50c on the dollar. Htt SpragiiiB & Co. hnve a big line of ice cream freezers. Auy size, any price you wiut. It was understood when Teddy graciously consented to accept the vice presidential nomination that he was the accepted republican heir apparent to the presidential uomiuatiou iu 1001. Aud uow comos all this talk of Mnrk Ilanna, bjtweeu whom and Teddy there is not much love, for the phiX'e which Teddy so strenuously covets. Col- Roosevelt climbed Sou Juan hill in his deliberate march on the White house- Will he now find the burly II nnn u n more insurmountable ob struction. Guthrie Leader. Sprngms tx Co. have almost a par of screen doors and .screen wire. Their stock includes many designs in fancy doors ns well as tho cheap doors. It matters not what kiud you waut Sprngius "can Just a Few Plain Facts It Will Pay You to Read Them Cansfully. It Is wearltcni to tcad such modest statements as "I sell the bet Shoe on earth. " "I am the largest shoo dealer In the cuntry h " Hut may we whisper in your car confidentially that, wk dni sell the best shoe on earth, wk vnu'v claim that "we sell m( re sh iS than every one el?e put Uycther We won't try to make y u lleve that we are the only one that can buy and sell shoe. Hit wk bo lmt that we think we handle up.to-dnte. h'npt poo s; that we gire cmoi value for money received ft ;ki with pride on the Incteasc of our business last year. And yet wc are not satisfied. If you want up-to-date footwear we Invito ,,u , cmie and see our stuck of Ladbs' Orffrds, tie and butto n arj !,r,it sand.us, prices $1.5 Jr, J t ,',o;tupn s hoe. high and t w -ut a leathers, prices $1 to 13 00; nice assortment price from 2 t. t, LYNIM, The Shoe Man. to oe nsu always at your service, 14t of town tradp. Prices on all street hats reduced this week. MRS. JAMES, Milliner. The Sweaters fleet; number of Sweaters responded last night to a call that had been issued. The object of the meeting was to develop plans whereby a meethiK to be styled the Sweaters Political and Commercial conven tion is-to le held on the 24th day of June, to bring together the young men of the Chickasaw no- tiou for social, political and in dustrial purposes. Col, Sidney .Suggs- aud S. C. Treadwell of Tishomingo made speeches to the point. After mature deliberation i couelusiou was reached that such i meeting would be decidedly proper nnu ouvantageous to all partis concerned, and nn execu tive committee to be composed of five 13 to be selected by tbe chair today, which committee is to map ut plaus and methods for the pro posed convention, and from which we expect to hear in detail later- For Runt A Apply J. R. suite of office rooms. I3tf Pksninoton. Claire, the litle daughter of Mr. nud Mrs. Doc Fielder, is slowly m proving. Wanted Lodgfr organizers in every state. Liberal inducements offered uud easy to work. Two to four hundred dollars per month. Address Benevolent Kuights, Meri- diau, Miss. Box 144. 13 Ct Sad ews, J. B- Mansfield has just returned from Hillsboro, 111 , wheie he went to see his sister who was sick. She was taken to Los Vngas, N. M., where she died and was sent back home. Today Mr. Mansfield re cieved another sad messuge, stat ing that one of his brothers had died aud another one of his sisters was very low. LUVVlitSb 1 lilW b always aneacl in receivit new and popular MILLINERY. Our aiml R. to sell the prices where all fancy profits make friends with every sale. Just received another lot as long as they last Rough and Ready We are headquarters for now Up to date in unlet these lit when cut according to direc tions. All patterns are 10 cts 2SSI Shirt WiUt, ii, M.i- u each New Idea Fashion Review New Idea Woman's Magazine Now on Sale. LOWENSTEIN'H LITTLE C0Ules for a large GIRLS7 "re of our attsution MILLINER We can relieve moil ers ot the trouble of planning and making their chil uren'8 bats- or assist those who desire to do their own trimtniiiL' In either case money can be saved by purchasing here. Evprythiug- :n intlliuery at b lowest prices The best trimmer. ...... special attention given to oat Sunday School Picnic. ihe happy childreu of tH Broadway Methodist Sutd school, their teachers nnd paren: are spending- the day picnicingJ the liook crossing on llifkorl The heavy raiu last night wa.-t detriment to the ambitious voutw who were determined to speud ty day out of the city. Dt-.tlrnlilli-Bastncss Lots for Ssli. We have eight business lots il 200 we are going to sell right- Lmdi.aw Lumheu Co. 13 A very line, valuable horse, tl property of Presiding Elder W : Sims, was severely cut on a barht wire fence, enclosing n 'smoll p ture near Hargrove, last nicU Bro. Sims felt quite sick over t accident this morning, and eJO ployed a veterinary surgeon, stitoh up the wounds. Fifty-two iron and bras bd just received at the furniture al carpet houso of C- R- Jones. Cai or easy payments. FINE STOCK. In connection with my fine jai auu stallions i also nave a ve fine short-horn Durham and Hereford Bu H. C. BYARS.i at the Bailey Baj Rudolph Wm. Klcpzii TKAt'IlBU OK PIANO Harmony and Counterpoif Beginners well a Advaci l'uplls received. For terms write Ardmorc, I. T. to P. O. Hox most stylish lnmmea HatiA are wholly forgotten, ol KNOX SAILORS, sped Straw Suilors, 25c, v Misses' and Children's Trimmed Had We huve the agency for IKTaw Tdno Paper Patterns iuoa We guar- Jj styles. patterns periect in 10c 10c 2553-Lidlas'riK Colli With liiclsril cir flouiic. sizcii:, si, si. Slim please you.