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Scrlouly In- An Ardmore flnn Is Jurcd. By telephone from Berwyn we learn of n serious accident which occurred near that place yesterday afternoon, in which J. M. Clauton of Ardmore received painful if not fatal injuries. Mr. Clanton is a lineman for the Chickasaw Telephone company and at the time of the accident was en route to Ardmore from Berwyn xipon a railroad velocipede. At a point south of Berwyn he become overbalanced and fell to the ground, where he lay nnconsciou until found by the section men who took him to Berwyn, where he was iveu medical attention. Mr. Clanton's condition is some better today, but the attending physician states that he fears the youug man has roooivcd internal iujiirioc If he hai not been iujured internally his speedy recovery inity be ex rooted. Tho mother and brother of the youtiL' man left lust night for Banvyn, reaching there about 1 o'clock. The fortune! of the ago have boen made from oil. Rockefeller is reputed to have begun business on a fow hundred dollar. Today he is worth millions. This may be ydur opportunity. Buy stock of the Exporters' Oil Co. Only a limited amount will be sold. See their ail. in this paper. 27 tf Accident at liuffulo Pnlr. Buffalo, N. Y., June 1 Teddy Oliver, 19 years old, was perhaps fatally injured while doing his net in a Midway show at the expo sition grounds last night. Oliver's turn was to ride u bicycle off the odgo of a platform forty feet high and dive into a pool of water bo- low. The water in the basin into winch Oliver iimiie tno (live is eighteen feet deep m tho center, tho bottom slanting upwards to ward tho edgtt of tho pool, where it is only live feet deep. Just as ho reached the edgo of the platform his wheel swerved nud he was thrown head foremost 'into tho shallow water on tho outer edge of the pool. Tho water used m our soua is distilled at tho ice plant. We make our own syrur.s from fruit juices and rock candy syrups Costs n little extra but makes bitter drinks. Just try it once, you will come again. BONNKK fc BONNKK, 23 tf Druggists. Jlra. Mnylirlck Was Not Released London, Juno 4. Inquiry made at tho United States embassy re. ganlmg statements published in the Unitod States to tho effect that Mrs. Florence Mnybriek was to leased from Working prison May 34 and sailed the following day for the United States under an assum ed nnmo, shown! that the reports arc without foundation. Tho haidluw Lumber oompuny is handling tho'beet paint oil oarth. It gQQg farthor, lusts lougur uud looks hotter than any other. They glvo n guarantee that is equaled by no other. 13tf Killed a Clilnnmitn. Little Hook, Ark., Juno 4. lleody Vanco. an ex-saloonkeopor, today shot and killed Lee Yick, a Chinaman, who conducted a res taurant. The tragedy resulted from a dispute over paying for a 5 cent bowl of soup. Wanted. A boy of 12 wishes to prove his merit uud earn something through vacation. Addiess, Oswald Kknnbh, 2-Gt Ardmu-e, I. T. iHagazlne Exploded. Vnllejo, Cnl., June 5. Tho large magnzino at Maro Island navy yard, containing 200 tons of smoke loss powder, exploded at G o'clock this morning. No lives wero lost. Tho property loss is estimated nt $250,000. J. C. Wolf is now proprietor of the Now York Huoket Store, and will share tho building with J. II. Spieglo until Juno 20. Until that timeMr. Wolf will sell his ltacket goods' out at wholesale cost. 19 lin i Was Ills Last Reunion. I Pnria 'IW . .lime 5. W. D. j A. UIIU) .Wf t 1.1 Ins Htl1t'lnff iiardigree, an oiusuimei icnum" from the Memphis reunion to his home in Van Zandt county, seven miles from Canton, died suddenly on the Frisco train yesterday. On Saturday as he was leaving Mem phis with other comrades he com plained a little of his throat, but was still in the best of spirits and WI1R the life of his party. As the train was nearing Kosoma, I. T., yesterday morning he was seized with a violent coughing nud was choked to death. A physician I whose home is in Fort Worth was on the train ami ineu iu renuvu him, but his services were of no avail. The body wa3 taken from the train here, and nfter being prepared for burial was shipped to Wills Point OUR MARKETS. Prices and Quotations on Live Stock and Produce. LIVH STUCK KUI'OHT Hy Hoath & James: OHolce fat etcors, S3 25 to S3 60 Obolco (at cows 2 75 to Medium (at cows, 2 00 to Stags and ozon, '2 00 to HOGS. Cholco (at hogs, 175 lbs. and upward Mlzod (at hogs, same... 3 00 to Light (at Iiok'9, 125 lbs. and upward 3 oo to HIIKKP. Good fat wetbors, 00 lbs. and upward 3 oo to Llttht fat mutton, 65 and 80 lbs 3 uo to 3 00 2 60 2 26 a Denison Enterprise, Owned and Controlled by Successful Business Men, Trie Denison, Beaumont and Sour Lake C)II COMFAMY. Gaptal Stock $200,000, Divided into 200,000 Shares of S1 Each, Paid Up Non-Assessable, 4 00 3 60 3 24 4 00 1 3 50 1 FKAXK E. REINUAHT, Commercial Agent. FKANZ KOEELDT, Heal Estate and Loans. II. BROOKS, Unuker. J, H. HANDY, Insurance, DIRECTORS. J. K. CTIjLINANE, Manager Denison and Power Co. II TONE, Jit., Abstractor. It. S. LEGATE, Bauker. Light PKUUUCB MAKKDT. Til Kl;i of Je Tho following ero tho prevailing quotations on tho local mttrkut, and will bo chang' 1 dally as tho markot Uuctuatcs: r .WIN. The deceased was g.p?f ';:::r:::::;:: about 70 years old and prominent fruit growor. If tho predisposition to worms in ohlldron Is not ourod thoy may bo oomo emaolatod, weakly and In dan- gr of convulsions. Whltos Cream Vermlfugo Is tho most successful Mid popular romody. Prlao 2J5 conts V. It. Framo, City Drug Store. The oxoltad man who rushos mad' ly over fencos, gullies and brush lionps, vigorously pounding a gong to make u swarm of boos sottlo so that ho mny hive thorn nnd get their honoy Is not wholly unlllto tho wild oandidato during critical campaign times. i. O. lilauchard, W'v lngor, N , Bays: "I have been troubled with kidney disease for the last live years. Have dootorud with sevoral physl- olans and cot no relief until I used two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. Homier St Homier. J. II. Everest and son and C. 11. Everest, of Oklahoma City, were here Sunday. They visited tho city on Iieir ijocoiuotor, a L'UBoline automobile, making the trip in a very short time as com pared with horso speed. They shiud around the streets of the city and returned home tor supper. Guthrie Leader. It your sight is blurred with specks and spots lloating boforo your eyes, or you havo pains on tho right sldo under tho ribs, then your llvor is dornngod, and you nood a fow doses ot llerbinn to roculato it. Price 50 cts. W. IS. Framo, City Drug Store. It Is not Improbablo that Mr. Jus tice Brewer was oncouroged to ven ture upon his now matrimonial von- turo bs tho euccoBHful experience of Orovor Oloveland and Iionjainin Har rison. To Cure Ctillla or Malaria In pour Days. Take Qutnorla. AH drugglBtB are authorized to rotund tho monoy in any caso of chills, fever or malaria it falls to euro. Prlco 25c por pack age. Thoro aro many things which it might bo well to do if it woro not so hnznrdous to entrust anybody with powor to do thorn. Cycling has Its upa nnd downB, Aftor tho dowiia, uso Hiinnor Salvo if you are out or bruised. It hoals the hurt quickly. Take no substitutes. Homier & Hoiinor. It's all right to get nngry ooonsioiv ally but keip your mouth shut whon you do. For rolief and oomtort in Asthma Hallards Horehound Syrup haB no oounl. Prieo lift and 50 ctH. W. H. Fromo. Oltv Drug Storo. was a Hay, per ton If? to 17 PKODOCB. FrvlnL'Uhlokens. ner doz2.00 to 2 26 Hons " " 2.S6 to V 10 Kbits " " 8 to IPC. Turkevs 86 to Wo, tiutter. ner b 18 to zoo Irish potatoes... " " fl.08 Mooro's Pilules nro a guaranteed cure for all forms of Malaria, Aguo, ChlllB and fover, Swamp Fever, Ma larial Fovor, HIH0U8 Fover, Jaundice, UlllousnesB, fotidbroath and a tired, llstloss foeling. Thoy ouro Rheuma tism and the lassitudo following blood polBon produced from malarial pois oning. No Qulnlno. No Arsonlo, Ac-Ids or Iron. Do not ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely tastoloas. Price 90n per box, Dr. O. O. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main Strrot.St. Louis, Mo. Sold by W. II. Framo, City Drug Store. Is It Delarey, or IVLnrey or De La Hey? In other words, is he an Irish Hoer, a French Boer or a Spanish Boer? feel, the condition HKliind-t of this company consist of 180 acres, In live separate tracts, unencumbered, slumted In the counties. Hereon, Hardin and Liberty. The bulk of thesu lands aro In the "Sour Luke" region, where oil Is uuui at a depth of 250 to 300 feet. There are now three producing walls at this point. Geologists state that at a depth of 1100 feet the "guhor How" will be tapped. Gulley & Geley, the Held in- n for the Standard OH Co. are now drilling a little north of Sour Lake, near one of the tracts owned by the In-i.i- Swti, Ileautnont & Sour Lake Oil Co. One of the tracts of thlf company is In the Lawliom League In Jellorson cetinty, southwest of Heaunmnt at.d Is near the well being drilled at Landrnm on the Gulf and Interstate railroad. This well Is now down to a drpMi of 900 feet and has gone through two jiockets of oil and gas. It Is now In the oil Fund ami all Indication p. , t to another "gusher." lands owned in ftt simple. A'e royalty. No leasts. No law suits. 10,000 shares or the stock are now offered at 50 cents per share, full paid and nou-iwewarjle, the prcoei-iL t , be used for development purposes. This It positively all of the stock which will be sold, and those wlm In.; 1 this price will be "getting In on the ground lloor." One "guslier'' on any of tho five tracts will mike th Mm -u ,f this company worth $6 per share, and there Is no reason why there should not be several gusher discovered, 1 1 laud is scattered In different portions of ibeoll belt. Fortunes are being made everyday lu the Beaumont ll 1. and the people of the Indian Territory now Iisvp an pportunlty of Itivesilmr In the bttt "oil propoMti n" wlm n has bcfti placed before the public. A small amount of monoy. Invented now, may bring you large returns. Applications for stock can be made to any of the directors of this company. The company reserves thr nK"i to advance the price of stock, at any tlmo, without notice. The lack of energy you backache and a run down genorally, all mean kidney dlsouder. Ooley'a Kidney Cure will restore your strongth and vigor by making tbo klunoys won. raKo no auosti- tuto. Honnor & Bonnor. Prof. Herron shows a dlppobltian to ongngo In froo lovo without wait Ing for tho aid or consont of any other nation. la Your l.lfc worth SO Cent? Wo dofy tho world to produco a modiclno for tho euro of all forma of Kldnoy and Bladder troubloa, Piles and all diseases peculiar to women, that wllllequal 8mith'a Suro Kldnoy Curo. Nlnoty-olKht per cont of tho caBOB treatod with Smith's Sure Kid noy Ouro that hayo come under our obBorvotion havo been cured. Wo soil our medicines on a poaltlvo guar antoo, if directions aro followed, and monoy will be refunded If curo is not elloctod. Price, 50 cents. For sale by fMty Drug Store, Ard moro and Madill. 5 The jury in the Will Price bur glary caso returned a verdict this morning of guilty and nssessed the ponnlty at two years iu the peni- tentiary. Gainesville Register. Hardly a day paBsoB In families whore thoro aro ohlldron, Iu which Ballard's Snow Liniment Is not need ed. It quickly euros Cuts, Wounds, Brutsos, Burns and Scalds, Prlco 26 and 50 conts. W. B. Framo, City Drrg Storo. What Bomo people don't know thoy aro forovor talking about. To Cure Dvapcpala anil Indication Sour Btomac.h or Hoartburn, tnko Hex DyspepBia Tablots. All drng gists aro authorized to refund monoy if thoy fall to curo. Prico 50o por paokago. Both Oil and (Ins. Independence, Ark., Juno 4 The Indepoudouco lias company yestordny struck ouo of tho best oil and gas wolls yet found iu this vicinity. Tho oil was found at tie depth of about U00 feet and tho gas at 1,010 feet. The well Hows about thirty barrels a day and gives out out G.000,000 cubio feet of gas. Tho well will bo used to help supply this city with gas and the oil will be stored in tauks. Explorer Uulilwta or, to Do moro exact, Exploror-olcct Baldwin evi dontly boliovoa it is tho part of wis dom to collect his ovations in ad vanco. William Wodard, of Decatur, la., wrltos: '1 was troubled with kldnoy dlseaso for aovoral years and four ono dollar slzo bottles of Foloj's Kldnoy Curo cured mo. I would rocommend it to anyoiip who haB kidney trouble." Bonner St Bonner. Eczema, saltrheum, totter, ohaf- Ing, ivy poisoning and all skin tor tures are quickly cured by DeWltt's Witch Haiel Salve. The uertnln pllo ouro. Cltv Drug Store, W. B. Frame, proprietor. How Is This. Wo ulTor Que Hundred Dollars Ho ward for any aaBo of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Curo. F.J. Chkney & Co., Props., Toledo, Ohio We, tho undersignod havo known F. J. Chonoy for tho lost 15 yours, and hollevo him perfoctly honorable In all business trnnflnctlons and Unanclally able to carry out any obli gatlona mado by tliolr llrm. Wj:st & Tiiuax, Wholosalo Drug gist. Tolodo, O. WALDINCl, KlNAN & MAUVIN, Wholosalo Druggist, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter nally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Prico 76o. por bottlo. Sold by all DrugftlBtB, Testimonials freo. Hall's Family Pills aro tho boat. It is proper to Btato that tho Mr. Schwab, who is acting as tho grand outer and innor guard of Dr. Good man, has no connection with the United Statos Stoel corporation. Edward Huss, a woll known bus! noes man of Salisbury, Mo., wrltos "I wish to say for tho bonoflt of others, that 1 was n sufloror from lumbago and kldnoy troublos, and all tho romedlos I took gava mo no roliof. I was inducod to try Foley's Kidney Cure, and aftor the use of threo bottles, I am cured'" Bonnor St Bonnor. Indians Arc Arming. Cheyenne, Wyo., June 4. A telegram fro in Fort Washakie my s that the Arapahoe Indians, who re cently defied the Indian agent, are arming and it is feared the threat ened outbreak cannot be averted without bloodshed anil the use of government troops. A jvheep herder employed by1 William Madden of Lost Cabin was shot down by Indians yester day, forty milos north of Fort Washnkie. The name of tho herd er nnd tho details of the killing huve not beeu learned. It is feared serious trouble will follow any attempt on the part of the authorities to arrest tho murderers of the herder. Settlers in the Lauder valley nre arming and many are moving to the towns for protection. Allen HelverBon o( West Pralrlo, Wis., says: "peoplo como ten milee to buy Foley's Kidney Curo," while J. A Sporo o( Helmer, Ind., says: "It la tho medical wonder of tho ago." Bonner & Bonner. A new Catholic school house Is building at Pawhuska. Quick Kellef for Aathm. MIbs Maude Dickons, Parsons, Kans., writes: "I suffered eight years with asthma in its worst form. I had several attacks during tho last year and was not expected to live thiough them. I began using loley's Honey and Tar and it has never fall. od to glvo immodlato roliof." Bon ner & Bonnor. Tho Snnta Fe will begin a now dopot at Oklahoma City soon. Doca It Pay to Huy Cticnu? A cheap romody for coughs and colds is all right, but you want something that will relieve and cure the moro aevero and dangerous results of throat and lung troublos. What shall you do? Go to a warmor and rogular climate? Yos, if possible, If not poaslblo for you, thon In elthor caso tako tho only remedy that has boon Introduced In all oiylllzeu countries with success m sovoro throat and lung troublos, "Bos cheo's Gorman Syrup." It not only IiohIb and stimulates tho tissues to destroy tbo gorm dl8oaf.o, but allays inllammatlon, cauoes oaay expector ation, glvoa a good niuht's rest, and cures tho pationt. Try ono bottlo. Hecommonded many years by all druggists In tbo world. Got Green's Prizo Almanac. City Drue Storo, Ardmore and Madill. The New West Main SI, Fine Steaks Roasts Market Phone 127, Dressed Poultry Fish Grade tViarket. to Any Part of Everything Kept in a High Goods Delivered "on Time" the City. GEO. HOFFMANN & CO. Broadway Carriage Shop. A LL kinds of Buggy Work done, such as Painting, Trimming, Blacksmithing and Woodwork. Also new work built to order, Worntna Order. In tho United Stnf" District Court lathe ImlUn Terr tory. Houtunrn unmet. Mlttlo Thompson. l'latntlfT, 1 ,v. rwu W. A. Thompson. Dofonrtant ; Thn duiiiniliint. w. A. J liomiiKOii. ig warn ed to ntipvar In thU Court In thirty ilnyn and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, Mlttlo Thompson. Witness lion. Iloson Townsoml, Judirn of said Court, nnd tho noal thereof this ttu day of Mar. 1901. C. M- Campbell. Clerk. ISenl Cruco Cruoo .V Cruco. attorneys. Nick Wolfe, attornoy for non-resident. Klrst published Mny JS, 1001 Wnrntnit Order. In the United States District court In the Indian Territory, boutnern iiiitnctt Mary J, Conway, plalutlU, vs. Jaok Conway, Defendant Tho defendant, Jack Conway. U warned to nrmear lu this Court In thirty (lava and answer tho complaint ot the plaintiff, Mary j. uouway, Witness lion. Hosea Townsend, Judee of said court and tbo sesl thereof this Mb day of Mty, 1901. IskalI C. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk v Kittpatrick, Williams Brown, Attorneys. B. 11. liutier. Attorney tor non.resiuvni First published Uay ID, 1M1. Call and Get Our Prices. It Will Pay You. id. e:. x-irsr. The Ardmoreite For First-Class JOB PRINTING, GYLE No. 19087 1 American he 1 WLLlIlw Register. Is by feir ths finest Kentucky horse imported into this country. Call and see him and examine his pedigree. This horse w ill be at my barn on Carter Avenue dur ing the season, where anyone can see his pedigree. All pnrties desiring to raise fine stock should avaii themselves of this opportunity. This horse was brought from Kentucky by J. T. Coleman and transierrcci to me lor the season. Ardmore, I. T. T. E. (Mack) PETTITT. A Afl Id nrlvate J Suffering Women. No one but yourselves lsnow of the w5C.uflrH.'i0 lhr0UEh' Whi you sutler? It isn't necessary. Don't Jose your health mid beauty, (for the oss of one is speedily followed br the loss of the other.) l0-t feel wLk " and "worn out."' Impure blood b.. the bottom of all your trouble? rSlpariIa will purify your blood and bring incDioomot ncaitn dsck into you cheeks, kacn bottle contains a quart. Painful tnd Sunresstd Mfm.s. Imtmlatltv. T.i nun ui ino ut JOHNSTON siae, muic snorxntit ol nrcatii, SDnomut UIKIiarEes with pi QUART DOTTLES. , Wliltrt. Rtftlllt. Ttlr.M. cru., cnance di mr m rourou ormaiu, all find f.ll.l . S SAKSA1'AUILI.A, It Is real I i for hiVSll'"!?. VAC.U'?J," inaigestlon, palpitation ot the Heart, cold hands anl fen n.r.m.Vn..'. .7 i ' ' o ar weakness, bearlnr.down rain, haek.r h.. " .r",,ou,n". sle eplesmess, . ." r..s. ' w " f "ii iiiciftiiar art inn ni ih. sweillnc ol Let. soreness ol the breasts, nsurafeta, u,n, 'j",! '"" "jaK symptoms which make the sverafe woman's U( so BlierWl,? Cu V... V hi.flt!,i0, health tnlormatlon, Yos want It-Its free. ' ""' book lull of "THE M1CH1QAN URUO CO." l)etroUt Mlrh UrsrttUs for Ufssr Utoi Tti. Psasw LHti, Utst huTV', For Sple by City Drug Storennd F. J. Hamcey, Ardmore, I. T.