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"Swao" off that old Piano or Organ and get a nice, new up to date piano. We will trade with you and give you easy pay ments on the balance if you want it. Emerson Bush &Gerts Knabe r ..PIANOS E. 6. LUKE, AHOMKHK, I. T. Olivette Soap. ....Will Stand.... THE TEST. 9 SMOKE ! Hardie's Elilo Cigar. I j oooooo oooooo oooooo oooooo A, it Un'i;hit you lar for n ciKKr. Hf t' the pluanurw tlint Clear k'lvo & X ym- If then)'" a i.-lf ntlt rlnn '? .v guklllr lu 3 Cent Clitor tlirre n no lj t a.a imvlOK to I'.nli for a mk. J' jjj Yon won't lie .IUii .lnt.il In the ICI. DO CIO A It . J 'Eooooooocoooo oooooooooooolJ 3 t! I). II AUDI!!, Alnnufacturcr, ;? (ur htai am. ) ij $ IVnnlnut.in A Hl..nit HuIIiIIiik. 'i Phone 107 For Bus! AN 1 1 You'll Not Get Left Meet all Trains Day and Night. F1NL13Y & LIGHT. 1 REDHELD & WOLVEHTQN, 5 INSURANCE AGENTS I 1 Fire, Accident, Heal I ' Only first class companies represented. 5 We solicit your patronage and guarantee 2 courteous treatment. a Office up stairs iu Hundol building, East. Main St., Ardmore. Rhono No, vt. j ii SL Cj & SL: i C; & & C- SL" Ci C' SZ-' Si: '-S Jf TESIE? TKClEllTEXIElW 1, ili b For Flavor, Arotra, Purity and AINround Smoking (y ty qualities this Cigar has no Superior. J R. PENNINGTON & CO., Distributors. -J AKDMOllK. I. T. c r an C & sr. sr. J5-: C rs r rs 2 rs rs -f? ' !' T. N. COLEMAN. DISTRICT COURT. Cases Tried Before Mis Honor, Judge Townscnd, Today. Jss Ilnyiit's, wenjwn. Defend ant pleaded guilty and was fined $50, cost remitted. Paid. Same defendant for disturbing religions worship, pleaded guilty, liued $100 autl Ixty days in Jail. .Sentence suspended during good behavior- Jai-k Iloper, larceny. Hefarred to grand jory. Will Unison, larceny- Verdlet not guilty. I). E Tomlineon and W. A. Morey, larceny. Motion to quash venire filed and ovei ruled. 11. A. Hembell et al vs., D. J Cnlkeins et al. Ordered stock turned over to plaintiff. J. R. Dodd was appointed notarv public at Hunter. Sheb Franklin, assault to kill. Offence reduced to aggravated as sault defendant pleaded guilty, fined $."0, cost remitted and given thirty dayc to pay $25. Chns. II. Bennett, disposing of mortgaged property. Continued by agreement. Frazie: McLish, embexzlutnent. Continued by the government. D. K. Tomlineon. lntceny. Case on trial this afternoon. Stop and get a loaf of that New England bread on your way home. t Spiegles 5-Ct (Jet n move on you and get around to Pettitt Bros.' store for freh groceries. First come, first nnved. One price to nil. 2-Gt Dun IIhII, a congenial knight of the grip, was here today introduc ing Lucke's import cigars. Mr. Peeples took the exclusive agency of this cigar in Ardmote and Mr. Hall left this afternoon for Gaines ville Wo tire the e.uluive dealers in Knot man kodaks nnl supplies. Ilitudomc catalogue, ''If you want it take it with a kodnU'i" free. Homier and Bonner, druggists. 2G tf When you get screen doors from the Luidluw Lumber Co., you get the heaviest mortise door. mlOtf Kev. F. C. Smith will hold iur . next Sunday, morning mid evening, at St. Philip's Episcopal church. Lost. Between the City .National bank corner and scene of the Choctaw j railway work, three office keys on 'a ring. Finder will please rotiu'n ' to City National bank. 5 : Can and will save money for you on Wall Paper. THE PASSING THRONG. All the World's a Maze and Each one Hlaya a Part. H. West from Ada is in the city Totn Grant, Jr.. is here from Davis. II. L. Ioouey is btrt from Mill Creek. Hen Franklin is in the city from Marietta. Holmes Colbert of Colbert is at the Whittington. Capt. J. S. Hammer went to Pauls Valley today. X. C. Wood came in from I3er wyn yesterdny ufternoou. S- J. Long, wife and daughter are iu the city from Piris, Tex. Vester Mulleu will leave tonight for Boggy and other points east of here. Miss Mary Crosthwait returned today to her home at Kingfisher, Oklahoma. Mayor Win. F. Warreu of Ber wyu is in the city, stopping at the Whittington. Mrs. J. G. Mitchell has returned to her home at Ada after spending a week visiting Mrs. L, G- Bonner- X. I. Tisdall returned this morn ing from Memphis, where he has been taking in the Confederate re union and visiting relatives, Mrs. Maggie Herzberg leaves to night for Shawnee, where she will visit relatives for n few days and will then go to visit her brother at Cittoosu. Fred Flemiug of Corsicana, Tex. is in the city. Mr. Fleming wats president of the oil compouy that owned the Bailey well, which sold for $1,230,000. J. M. Young from Ozark, Ala., is a recent arrival iu our rsity. Mr. Young will be one of the Hnrgroe college faculty during the next ses sion of that school. Dr. W. A. Darling of HewiU is iu the city and leavos this after noon for Clinton, Texas, where he will vie it relntives whom ho hut not seen for several yearn. Mrs. Stayten and familv from Sau Antonio, who have been Visit ing the family of Cnpt. J. H. Pal Ham, left today for Kansas City Mrs. Stuyteu is a sister of Mrs. 1 .:lliam- Fount Diiston left for St. Jo, Texas, yesterday afternoon. Mas ter Hoy Duston wont with his father as far as Gainesville, whore he will spend a few days with his grandmother. Mrs. Jeff T. Cartor returned last night from Tecumsoh, Okla., where she was called about three weoks ago to the bedsido of her sister. We learn with regret that her sis ter died a few days ugo. Mesdames Gardner, Sacra and Douglas and Messrs. Walker, Cathey and Nisbott, who attended the funeral ceremonies of Win. Clardy at Pureell yesterday after noon, returned last night. Miss Ella Havens returned lust evening from Hoff, where she has been engaged in the millinery busi ness for several months. Her friends will be pleased to moot hor again at Mrs. Spurgeon's parlors. Mrs C 0. Caldwell departed this morning for Marietta, where she will spend the remainder of the week visiting with friends. From there Mrs. Caldwell will visit some timo with -relatives in Denison, Texas. Hoarders Wanted. Two young gentlemeu can se scuro room aud board with private family close in by applying at this office. ctf Our celery phoiphalo is the best in town; no question about it. 20tf HONNKK & BONNKH. The Woodmen of the World will decorato the graves of their do ceased soyeruigus next Suuday. All members aro requested to meet at the hall at 2 o'clock Sunday af ternoon. James 11. Mathkiis, C. C. Blackberries a Bargain. For preserving will sell this oyeniug one dollar a crate. j.l. W. COFFEY'S IIOUSU BURNED. Sacd Only Two Trunks-Pcrtlally Covered by Insurance. At 10:15 o'clock this morning the fire alarm rang out lone ncd Inud nnd the Ahdmokeite reporter lost no Ume iu finding his way to the fire, which proved to be the residence of Mr. J. W. Coffey, ju3t across the railroad track east of the Santn Fe water tank. When we arrived ou the scene the house was entirely enveloped iu Hames. We fouud Mr. nnd Mrs. Coffey just north of their other house, which was iu the same yard, standing by two trunks on which lay the family album, which con stituted all that was saved from the burning building. Mrs. Coffey said bhc did not know how the fire originated un less it was from the kitchen Hue, for she had a fire in the stove cook ing and had gone down in the cellar on some husitut's. She had only been in there a short time when some one called her nnd said her house was on fire. She run out aud just had time to gut her pocket book from under the pillow and pick up the album. while other parties carried out .the two trunks. Mr Coffey said that he had in surance on both houses and did not know how much applied to the one burned. W. S. Wolverton & Son. in surance agents, inform us that $500 was carried on the house and $250 on wearing apparel, furni ture, etc. The loss was over a thousand dollars, Mr- Coffey said. The fire department respondod promptly, but were unable to do more than keep the adjoining prop erty from suffering. Glace, witli real fruit, only 5c. 30tf BONXEK & BONXEK. Pure croum, frupine, glace aud other frozen luxuries furnished on short notico by Peoples & Co , prices guaranteed. Glf If you want it take it with n kodak. There is only one kodak, the East man. For sale by Bon ner & Bonner. Prices from $1 to $17.50. 2Gtf Ben Ingram hn& moved all his goods and fixtures to .Marietta, and with his family left this afternoon for that point. Mr. Ingram wi 1 go into the restaurant and cold drink but in ess. Appolliunns, Hiinyndi and Hed Haven mineral waters on ice at all timos. 2Gtf ' BOXXKlt & BOXN-Klt. Stop aud get a loat of that New England bread on your way home. At Spiegles'. 5-Gt There will bo a regular meeting of the Woodmen of the World Friday night. Important business will be attended to. All visiting sovereigns aro invited to attend. Jamks II. Mathehs, C C. Lemou phosphate. Wo serve it the new way. 2Gtf BOXNEU & BOXNEH. Situation Wanted. A youug man 21 years of ns wauts situation on ranch or farm. Willing to do hard work for low wages aim board. Heference, Chas. Harvey, 52G3 Vernon Ave , St. Louis, Mo. d&w Free music tor the ladies ut Peeples confectionery. For Snle. The only hotel in Manusville, on tho Choctaw railroad. Is doing a fino business, in fact, crowded. Reasons for selling, ill health of family. Terms cash. T. J. White, 9-lm Mannsville, I. T. The finest ico cream soda in town nt Bonner & Bonner, 5c and 10c. 2Gtf Coco Cola, Dr. Pepper, Pepsin gunch and Peach Bloom, the gonuino articles at Peeples & Co. Gtf Spragius & Co. have almost a car of sureou doors and screen wire. Their stock includes ninny designs in fancy doors as woll as tho cheap doors. It matters not r New Shoes and. New Styles J For Spring and Summer. We have not had a fire; bought no water soakelfgoods, neither are we closing out business, But We Want to Sell Shoes. Sell you the size you want, the style you want, nnd at any price from 75c to $3 50 in Ladies' footwear. Children's and misses' from 50c to $2 00 Men's all styles and leathers from : $1.25 to $5.00 We guarautee you your money's worth. First class German shoe maker employed. Sh es made or repaired. All work guaranteed, LYNN, the Shoe Man. PRETTY AS A PICTURE These words are suffioieutly de scriptive of our Trimmed Hats to suggect much beauty. But words can not convey a true idea of the artistic conception and develop ment of these hats. They must be be seen. Prices are apt to make those who have never purchased here think that quality is not high grade. An inspection of our beautiful assortment of millinery and millinery goods will dispel this idea. Hetrimmiug doue iu the lotest viP nil alini't nnfipp. MRS. JAMES, Milliner. Oddfellows' Honored Dead. The remains of Win, Clardv reached Pureell about 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon from Holdeir ville, where he died of typhoid pueumonia. A vast number of Oddfellows and Hebokahs took charge of tho body nnd a long, silent procession was formed and wended its way to the Methodist church where services, ritualistic und scriptural, were intently lis tened to. The body was then carried to the home of relntives, where it lav un til this morning when it was re moved to Waunett, a small place in Pottawatomie county, Oklaho ma, for interment. It was no hard task to note that deceased had friends and that Pur cell had lost a friend whom all honored nud resneeted. Tin. floral tributes were beautiful Oddfellows from every point in the Indian Territory were pres ent. A majority of Indian Terri tory Grand Lodge officials were preseut, several Grand Lodgo ofii cers from Oklahoma and Kansas were also piesent to pay tribute to the departed dead. Don't sutrer with headache. Stop it for 5 cents at our fountaiu. Bonner & Bonner, the Druggists, 2G tf Make wholesome ice cream at home. Buy your freezers from Sprngins. If you want to purebnso n good business lot see tUe Laidlnw Lum ber Co. ijjtf Fok Sale Or will trade for horses or hay, some double or single buggies, as good as new. Bowles' Livery Stable, 18tf J. E. Bowu:s. Tho finest lot of tobacco aud cigars ever handled in the territory at Pet pies & Co. of glQ We bought at 50c Y ALU CO one of the leading J wholesale millinery Mil I INEDV ll0U?es 1,1 Bt Lo's JTllLLlncK I their entire drummers sample lino of ready to wear hats- A hundred different kinds. Leghorns, Ladies' Sailors, Chiffon Hats, Baby Caps, Flowers aud Foliage. We do not want these goods to interfere with our regular stock, therefore will sell them out us long ns they last at low prices meaning just half 50c on tho dollar. Xow is tho time to get your summer hat half price. LOWENSTEIN'S Remember That Edgar Choate is still iu the transfer business. Meets all traius day or night. Phone 74 catches the rubber tired hack every time. All call answered promptly. Take note of the phone number: 30 1m Scvcnly-Four. Blackberrios this eveniug oue dollar per crate at E. B. Pugh's. Allegrettis and Loose Bros, chocolates aud bon turns just re ceived at Peeples & Co, Gtf Stop and get n loaf of that Xew England bread on your way home. At Spiegles'. 5Gt The ouly place iu Ardmore where you c ui enjoy a cool repose by electric funs in day time. Gtf Peeples & Co. DON'T WORRY.. 'Phone uS'ets City De livery, No. 3S. Anything hauled anywhere on short notice. . TRY ME. i Blackberries for Sale-, Wholesale and Retail. I have to dispose of the en tire gatherings from 23 acres of fine vines. Special prices by the crate. First door woBt of Sig Simon it Uro. E, B. PUGHj Rudolph Wm. Klepzig, 1KAC1IKU OK PIANO, Harmony and Counteipoint. Hckflnners us well as Advanced l'upils recehed. For terms apply ut the studio, 510 wist Main St., or call "phone 70. f 1 r r Cot Pilce MilHnery House I what kiud you want Spragius can please you. E. B, Puuh.' '