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l aHH I 7 -A Critical Exaiiiitiii The new , ana aerU Pianos will stand the most or tlaal examlna tiou. They are made 0r the liest material money cua buy. They have BlwayM been noted for their Iwautl fultone. Tlio teae Is even better today than ever. Call and net) the r' new styles Jiwt received. I also soil 'UhlcKcruii: oh, -Amerson, Uahle, Milton find Klngsberry Pianos. 1 stjl sneui musio ub one-linl! Off. E. B. LUKE, AKDMOKK, I, T. Olifette Soap. wh the Abd attMtlo "-why b... Will Stand.... litll -HE TEST. "Tl ' Co:hone 107 An " are mtr. For Bus! Eleve. chartered' I DewcoulTNoiGet Left The only I worded la ill Train? II! Mi ftlfit. of8,,nASsLEY&MGHT. Turkey has dttanitr dernatr States alter mnct 'or $433. WonlLn mills Unnn 1 .' aey, d away ia ifc!B,on,ThHl two weTIsaJornpi.ln ...1L w tl .!.-. KD v ul, ll,. .1.. & London n note scoured TOoterriflo ravacsttlo and horses Lmanv nrostratlortio $U!5. Tho ILro reported, 'ited to H. T 0 ?TT3tho note u Up. , about 1. year? CJ on tall shoulder, bail 'twnor oml Had an- n K wacron vril. Oil KINWI KICI1KI.OW. ving nn ers, pee :iif 'JSulphur K fi'. i .11.,.. , ami umer rcj for for tliftj Ooufed- iiuiou which bo held phiir" Springs on do on mi) highest 4, will be sold to er on the ironuds? M wed day, 'July 17. For faHbor in rwaJiQu.uddreaa T. F,.JJalTord, iulohur. . T,. ill-fit LLLLLLLwtell emit m m m jaUlKi E PhokfT 125. The very finest freaUlJruU in ArUtaore aro found at Teenies. -Hi from Oil bprlflts; T. N. larris and fainty. orfl on joyB ail outing with Mr. Taylor's folk,, Mur uiues nuovo uu sprinK Tlio nuHv is eatchiuc nleuty Of teh and squirrels nro- abundant. Mr. Harris killed four of them this MorHtag before breakfast. nr cream, frapiuo, glaco nud otUer frozen luxuries mrnisuea 011 brt notice by Peoples & Co., lea cuarnnteed. (tf Notice. Mule wanted, from 14 to 10 bands high, ami from 5 to 8 years old at Bowlea Livery Stable. Htf Tb,.rWiMt, rarest and ripest fruitage vr.v .day. in the week nt PeeplcV CoMfeotlonery. 2ltf Bit piauojf or plUs, potatoos or paats, poetry or peanntsj get your same on the people's toligues, in nnnW uvea and eijrly. Ad-1 aueaw "rra-1lm'hoas--ctmipJefoJy. ronUd theDowieltea. AitDMORfc wnuta water ellher from Honey Creek or the bowels of the earth within l,tr C(rporato limits. Ardmoro needs itLfor the protection of property wiftlu her limits. Think of tho awfitlresuit auuurog iroiij an outbreak! of Bi i. .ui ume wnen everything is dry uuuer. veuonotcaroiohave auuory repeat Itself along this line, but an earnest and immediate ef foil abould be made for a'bo'nntiful 1; '1 WILL OUT THfi OLAD HANI). Kansas ConKrcssmcn Will Come to Ardmorc for Information, JudKe S. H. Urndford Ifl in re ceipt of n letter from Coiitfrcmme'ii CnrtiH und Unrtou of Kutiana in which theso ceiitlemen ntnte thnl for 1 ho reason of tho wnrni weather they will defer their visit to Ard- more until tho weather is cooler These men have alwaya taken nn active interval in Territory nfTairi and they are cotniiitf hero hefore the next gesnion of I'oncreas to in form themRelves us to conditions exlHtini: here. Arrangements nro beinc nmdo by which on tholr niri val a Imminet will bo apread in their honor, and tho toasts to be responded too will bo of sueh rub- jeets as will u'lve thoo men a clear inaicht to the lcuislation needed hert'- It is noticeable that ovety con- zrrsslonal iuveslijj.itlni: eommittco sont to tho Territory have como no farther than Muskocce, South Mo Alester, Vinita or some other of the east-Kido Iowub, nnd the Chiok asuw nation feels that It is entitled to bo heard. Tlio reason why these committees hnvo never visited this particular portion or the country is presumably for tho reason that nearly every Territory complaint sent to the national rov eriiniont has been from the other nations. Sprauins & Co. have a biir line of ice cream freezers. Any aixo, any prico yon want. l!plcopal Services. Sunday l.'Mi-tith Sunday after Ttinlty. Divine services in St Philip's church on Sund.vy as fol lows! Sunday school It) a. in. Morninc prayer and sermon at 1 1 a. in. Kveiiiwr nrayer and sermon at 8 1 AO p. in- Hvybodv welcome. Sen Donaldson for odd jobs In carpenter worlc. Antmoro I'loar for Texas. It- I'. Head, a well known Krain dea er of Va ev View, 'lex., was in the city yesterday and made ar rangements with the Ardmorc Mill and INevalvr people by which he will be the Texas representative of Ardinore Hour. Mr. Head is well kt.own in North Texas and as the Hour ho will handle represents the top notch in excellence heavy sales are assured for lijin. . Uuutaloupes, Toni'itoes, Oranges and Hauauas at i'eeple.s' confectioneiy. iillf Phone 125. number of Ardmorc people attended the Hrook picnio yester day. Among those who enjoyed the outing the greatest were Wal ter Latidrtiui and Misss Maltie Lindsay, llattie Kider and Lizzie Rider. Only n Cunfrdcrate Soldier. Cnpt Primrose an old confeder ate soldier has been here several days nt the Pyeott hotel, Ib ill, and was wantiug to get to his relatives in Oklahoma City. Judge Oult raised tho required funds for the purchase of tho ticket and Capt Primiose left this morning, 'the old soldier had lost an nrm in the battle of Anllelam and vut - 1 through the Oalveston Hood last bopiemuer- Miss Judith Hatim is suflormg from an attack of malarial fover ' AllleRecd Julian, Allio Reed, the little fou of Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Julian, died last night nt 0 o'clock after a con- t uued il ness. hvery rliort was made to save the little fellow's life, but despite the most perfect nura lug nud medical attention, he pass ed away. Funeral 1 erviees will lie held at the residence on (1 street northwest nt 0 o'clock this after noonL conducleii uy liev. .1. at. Orossi of Hroadway Methodist . ...... ... ohiircW. Interment in South cem etery. WanAkh A girl as help nud compaii) nt once- Appiy pi uoio man llrou', drug store or at reai ileneo. U street and ith Ave. N- . - .tl.. i-..n.. in Ardmore. 'It Ms'-VuaL . equipped with a gasoliue vapor eu gine and d)uamos which furnishes power for it own electrio lights aud fans. TLo fans and general cheerfulness of the r.lace,, the cor dial welcomo ttven to all callers, the inusio and tho assurance that' the cream and cold drinks hpi-vp,! iro the very best that can bo made, nakea Peeples' pnrlor tho favorite nnoi uu insuiuuuuje resort of city.v ictf ,Vbaa girl goat to atay .11 n,h, .I.U - - Vt... nl.l I, I -V SULPttUR KnUNION. Preparations Arc Being flade to Atake It a OranJ Affair. The reunion of Confederate vet erans, son and dauuhters which takes place at Sulphur on the -2nd, 211 rd nnd i! 1th of - this month bids fair to be ouo of the largest gath erings of those who wore the gray that has ever been held in this na tion. Mayor T.J. Kendall, who is a member of the reception eom mittco, was in the city today and informed us that arrangements are perfected to mako the forthcoming reunion n success In every resn?ct. Contracts havo beou closed for meals and other necessaries. Tents havo been proottred nnd the gontle men composing the different com mittees nro nil at work. Mr. T. l OalTord, the secretary nnd treasurer, is a faithful worker nnd la leaving nothing undone that wilt tend to mako all old c.ildiers feel at home in Sulphur. Iteduoed rales have been secured .on the railroads, and old soldiers will be provided with freo transportation on hacks from Davis to Sulphur and return. ltations of meat, bread and coiTeo will be issued for the three days to all Confederate Veterans. The program for tho reunion will be published in a few days by the Sulphur committee and also by the Confederate committees, Sons and Daughters. It affords the AiidmOkkitk plen jure to bo aide to itnto thM every thing is now moving along so smoothly. I'lums, yea lot's of 'em Jesse Host, 4th Ave. N. W. See 12-21 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI CONORHSS. An OrKanlatlOit of tlic West of W'lilcb W e llxpcct (Ircat Results. The Trans-Mississippi Commer eial Congress is an organization that desert cs the cucouragmciiit of the West. Their Inst meeting was held in Houston and direct results have been accomplished. At that session lhy asked the national government for nn appropriation to investigate the Texas rivers, looking forward to I heir being deepened for navigation; inquiring into tlio causes ami providing means for tho prevention of the Southern Texas ovevtlows- Th lousress is made up of the most prominent men of tho West. Congressmen, governors nnd cx- coiigressmcu niwaya nuomi, nuu such men have the menus to prose cute their purposes to legislation. As a result of the Houston session last year $1100,000 was appropriat ed toward tlio HulTalo Uayou, and civil engineers aro now surveying the Southern Texas Rlrennis with a view of preparing them for naviga tiou and preventing the overllow of these streams. Delegates nro appoiuted by the mayor or commercial club of every town. Mayor Thompson has ap pointed two from Ardinore,, nnd we understand that one, at least, will bo sent from South McAlester Loyal Temperance Legion The Loyal Teiupernnco Legion will met tomorrow (Saturday) at the Christian church at -I o'clock Notice. I Advortlaoinont.l Some llfteon days ago I adver tised my resilience property for salo and I noticed an article in this pa per which is in words and figures 11s follows: "The property ndvor Used for sale by H. A. Ledbetter does not belong to him and a pur chaser from him will get no title I own tho property." Il matters not to me win) caused this state uieiit to bo made, it is nhsolutely false. I purchased the properly in good faith fiiiin Mr. IileiUoo and I owe him n balance of about seven Inn dred dollars on -sumo and he has a lien on said property for said amount. Should I hava a chance to sell this properly, I will deed samo to the purchaser and protect him. It is nn injustice to 1110 for Mr Hledsoo to say what he has when he kuew it was absolutely fajso when ho said it. 1 am open and " 'it 1 say. It is true I Make wholesomo home, liny your cream Spragins. Prize Gating- ConW.t "Tboy had an eating conteat otbor nlsbt at I'ln Hook 30 o ico creartt Hfv.v frnnxpra frnmiUlllimaalHaSBBl' inouso " lhowoo?" .H BBpluttnra ho ato rihH tMlaalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH aalllllBallllllllllllllllllliBallllllllllll A flAnflOTIt BRICK STRUCTURn. To Be lirccled and Used by tlic Laid- law Lumber Company. W. H. Chastaiu, with the Laid- law Lumber company, wasJiero this morning from Wyuncwood Mr. Chastaiu has n lease right on his present lumber yard site and the Chojtaw people- want posses sioii of the properly. W e Jcarti that 1111 agreement was almost con eluded this morning by which Mr. Chnstaiii will turn over tho prop erty. " The Laldlaw people own tho lot 011 tlio cornnr north of UicAim MOKKiTit ofllcc which is located within the lire limits of tho city nnd the usual lumber yard cannot be established on it. Hut Mr Chnstaln will build a large brick Iioiibo measuring 100 feet by 170 feet on tilts lot and stock it with timber, A building of this size will accommodate a vast amount of lumber nnd will keep it in per fect condition. Kvrybody will como U thcbnnd conwrt tonight at the King col lege. The band boys will furnish music tonight nt tho King, college. Kverybody invited to come. KUSIDUNCI2 BURNBI). Loss I'nlls llenvlly on Widow -No Insurance. Mrs. Col, who resides ncross tho street from W. A. Davis in the fourth ward, had the misfortune to lose her homo and household goods nt 12 o'clock last night by fire. No insurance was carried and nothing was saved. Tho fire originated from n lamp explosion- Mrs. Cole is the widowed daughter of Capt. S. ilensou of Sulphur and supports herself by her own woik. Tho loss falls very heavily on her. Uncle Dick Pyeatt took up a col lection for her on the streets this morning. James, the little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. (leorgo Nolaud, is reported better today. Tho Snntn Fo spur to tho brick yard is (iiiuiplett'd and trains are in operation on the lino today. Oth- or switches will be built to White- man lirps.' store nud to the old Ulanton & Roy gin now owned by W. U. Moore. Survey ors Slopped. On yesterday, Mr. Fuller, chief of the surveying corps that came hero about ten days ago to survey and plat our town, received in structions from .1. tleorga Wright to suspend work in Davis until further uotieo nud to proceed at once to Sulphur nud throw out soiiio of the boundary tnkeu in the survey there last year. We hope Mr. Fisher nud his assistants will bo returned hero soon to finish th-good work they have started. Davis News. " A. Ward, a well known travel ing man of Dallas is bore today. He says Ardmoro is his favorite town of the two territories, and as a business point stands without a peer in the Indian Territory. We know Ardinore is n good town but we appreciate tho fact that outside people recognize Ardmoro ns tho best town in tho two territories. R L. Scott pt-esented the Ann .Monnrn: today with some nice juicy specimens of cantalopes. UxchaiiKO Notes. We are told that Heptomber wheat closed yesterday at (15 Jl Sd. At noon today it reached (18 !).8o. aud a short time before had touched OS l-2o. September corn is 54 0. Corn today iidvnneed 2 f 8 cents, dun Club Shoot. The dun Club are enjoying' their regular Friday afternoon ehoot nt the park this afternoon Some (loud Com; R. IL Wilkerson, whose field ml joins tlio townsite 011 tho south, was on tho etrecU today with a load of green corn cut from 11 fif teen ncre field. The ears woro of good size nnd the grain well de veloped. Mr. vyilkurson will make fairly good corn without another drop of rain. One Wouldn't! 'Totber Didn't. Capt J. II Smith and (ins ..Mlllfr met in tVo street in their 'ill.. i-aal.lmifM aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBai PASSING THRONG. All the World's a State and Each one I'liiys a Part. Itort Pooler wcut to tiulpbur today. Obits. Martin vMtcd Hrook ycslcr day. ' , J. (.Arnold loft yesterday ovenlng for I'prt Worth. Mor.tn tfcott returned today from anlnijjvllle. It. II. Lard, formerly of tho Ituyl ItocoiJ, i lii the Olty. Miss Mamio Iterrylilll nttondrd tlio llrockf plnnle yiutilnlny. (Billion ltllcy wilt Inavo Monday for tho new country. Adolplitia Tlinrmaii wont to Hnl pbur Inst night. Mlns Marcuerlto atliiimlngs Is vis iting t'elatlve nt Hauls, Texas, Mrat Julius If. Kali 11 and baby aro at hotyo Irom Uolorado Springs. Dr. h. V. flon roturncd yoslorday from r Imainoaa trip to Doughorty. Prof . (1. WliltUm ot llargrovo CoIIokB nt to l'nuls Vulloy toilny. J. llBkcra, Alton Speaks and J. 8. Al.on nre- hero today from WoodlorU. Hiatof) ; Mesodtcta and Vonclont ot 8t. Agnei Aoadeniy went to Shnwneo toiloy. N. 8. Douglas and Mrnest McKlu noy wor boro yoatorday evening from McLlunoy. Mr. nnd Mrs. llillard Hamilton nr rlveit flto 11 Davis yoatorday ovonlng and nro Malting rolntlvcs here. VHl Alason returned Inst night from UaUieavlllo whuro ho bad been look In t after fho cotton compress. M. -ai Wnlaer, roprosimtlng O. F. UlnnUfjT. a.V Ooffoo Co. of St. Lonla, Is irilxlbt wltli our merchants today. T. 15. Phllllps.'ndvortlslng mnnagor 1 of tho Toxns Kallwny aud Hotel (iuldo, la In tho city from Ft. Worth. I)r K Caldwell, a homoeopathlst of OIiIoAko, Is hero seoUtng a loca tion nnkl vlalllng bis frloud, J. 8 Berkshire. D. IlJllrown, who some tlmo ngo purchased the Truolovo rosldeuei.on north UAcido street, Is boru from Pal ruor, Toxns. Aire. iJohu S'cott, Bletor to Mrs. l'rank Julian, Is hero from Bolls, Texas, to ntteud tho funoral ot Mis Jubnn's llttlo hoy. Airs. 'Rood, of Doilil Uity, ioxas, nloeo it 1 Prank Juhnii, Is hero to attend ilbii funeral of Air. and Mrs JuUan'A llttlo sou. Prat '(r 1 Prniif. l;'ro.er nnd family, IdJs 1 ml Thodforil of Olebnrno and 1 (-audio hnvo returned from 1 tsant Malt nt OH Hprlngs. 0. llrldgmnn roturned this morn rum an i-xtendcd trip tbrougli 0lioma and will leave tomorrow night on bualncss to Ht. Louis. Mi-.. It T. Aloxantlor, wl'" baa hoail In tho eity tho guost of her brother, Mayor J. 0. Thompson, nnd fnjjply, dtipitrtod today for her homo rlKaxliigton. TV. 11. Johnson will lonvo tomorrow iilgut lor urippio urooK, uoi., to nt' titnd tho session of tho Trnns-AIIssls- slppl Oommorolu! Uongrrss. Air, Johnson will bo absent about two woiilsa. Mayor D. J. Kendall In hero from ulpltnr. Ho says tho town Is mnk- Inn big propnrntloiiB for the oiuor tlilnment of tho ox-('onfodornto vet Oralis nud ovorybody eso at tho nu- nunl reunion on July ii, 2:1 nud St. Burled nt Springer. Tho retiinlns of A. (3. Irwin, aged 'I, who died nt Springer of cou- uniptio'u, wore given burial in the priiiger odmetery yesterday evon- iug. F. M. Tindnll was up ficm Ard luoru yesterday nnd today winding Up his business nffalrs here- Ho now line a position with K. H Luke the music man nt Ardmoro. Mr. Tindnll is n good, strnight forward man and we regret to loso hi 111 ns n citizen of Davis. Davis News. . Por SaleA Bargain. Now plaeton.t naw rubber mounted hnrness, tho gentlest horso in town, any child can drive Not afraid of (rains or brass bands, cost $105, but $125 takes the en tire outfit. See Rlvens & Wil liams. 12tf Released oil Bond. Alex Shonn, chnrged with per jury, furnished sufilcient bond last night nnd was released thW morn ing irom the federal jail. Spine Choctaw Obstacles. There nro 11 few persons yet on tho Choctaw right of way who have not made settlement with tho citizens' light of woy committee These persons nro J. K. Howies, Geo Echols, 11 M. Furlnan, Mrs A V. DollitiB, Laiillnw Lumber company and two colored 1 iin-tli unrt. nf tnirn 1 11 1 . Spring ond summer-New Slioes. New Slyies, Rlglil Price Lill es' Wei Cxtords Ladles' Turns, Oilords Also a nice ffne nt and Slrapj IdIidIi', Children's $2.ro to $;t 50 $2 to $3 and Missy' Foot Wear Indies' nice A special Hue Special line ladles' Ottord Ties and S raps, Ken's High and Low Ties and Oilords Southern TIjs & Buttons Cut Shoes Sizcs'i to 3i, solid $1 2. to $2 50 to select from. leather, 75cto$l-25 X VrrL, the. Shoe Man. 1 r j DAILY WLATIIBR RI'.PORT. 1 Por Ardmorc and Texas by Postal Telegraph Company. July 12, 8 n. m. Ardmoro, clear.... H.'i Paris, clear DO Dallas, oloar 81 Wncp, cloudy Austin, cloudy, damp 60 Sail Antonio, cloudy 85 Sbrovoporl, rdoar 82 Houston, oloar , ... 78 (lalvoston, part cloudy a" At 12 noon tho weather condi tions were: Ardmoro, pnrt cloudy 1..'.. l Shrovcport, clear , IK1 Paris, cloudy 88 (lalnosvlllo, par cloudy 0.1 Dallas, cloar 1)1 Waco, clear l2 Austin, cloudy 81 San Antonio, cloudy 80 Houston, cloar.. U2 Oroonvlllo, cloudy ..... "04 Hlurmnn, clear 89 Ualvostou, oloudy '. 83 At Ardmorc yostcrday, maxl mum 101, minimum .74. Ardmorc riuslc. Tho Ardmoro baud was awarded the contract yosteidoy evening to furnish the music for tho Sulphur reunion. Four other bauds had in bids nud it is due to the excellent music- played by tho Ardmorc boys that they were nwnrded the contract. Death at Woodford. Tate HopiU nged 28 years old, Cied . nt Woodford yesterday of catuvrh. Funeral services were held pt the Woodfoid cemetery this fifte-noon at 4 o'clock. Do censed leaves a wife. DR. J. G. AlilLRNKTHY, ..Dentist.. tip to Dato Dentistry. Crown and Bridge Work that gives WlllKliKHIOU. Plates that aro guaranteed to I1L Killings Gold, Amalgam, l'orcc 1:1111, Jnluys, etc. At prices consistent with good workmanship. Rooms over T. N. Coleman's Drug Store". lO.OOLV devils hammer iniS your head. KRAI7&ES HEADACHE CAJPaSCjLBaS CURES ANY KIND OP HEADACHE. 500 rcwnnl for any injurious snbstnnrc found in (finse cnpsulcs. Pcrreclly harmless. Sold by druggists. NORMAN UC1ITY Hr6.CaDtS MOINtSJA. W"'.' ' 'it'.' ' ' I'r nrtio'." O "uk k??! To the Public: pared to tako you and your friends to tho wonderful Oil Springs. Can mako trip and re turn In u day. Leave orders at Ramsey s drug store W. H. MULI.INS. MI LLIMERY Big cut in prices. Fifty per cent, saved in this siale on Millinery. By that we mean to undersell everybody. All our Millinery has been marked down.. TRIMjIUD HATS that were$0, $5, $4. go in this salo at $2.50 U.V1IV WHITE .HULL CAPS that sold for $1, 75c, 50c, now go at . 40c SAILORS, white and black, worth 50c, now go at QQC CHILDREN'S MEXICAN HATS, were COa, iiowgoat 20c LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Skirts, Gowns, Chemise, Drawers 25 per cent, reduction LADIES1 CRASH SKIRTS reduced to.i. 25o ENTIRE LINE LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS reduced 50 por cent LADIES' KKuULAR DOLLAR Wasted Live pigeons. Will pay ten cents 11 piece if delivered or $1 per dozen when I hnve to call for birds. Apply to J. 0. Murphy, first door south of Carter houso. fitf Wasted To rent a residence of six or eight rooms. One with suitable conveniences desired. 7tf R. LOWKNSTKLS. I Fours These four insure 11 tliish busi ness. Strnwbcrry ico cream. Clincoiato ice cream. Rannna ice cream. Vanilla ico cream. -These four creams are absolutely pure. lGtf Peeples. Gleaning and Dyeing IT ..I M will pay you to see U. F. Mills, tho old stand-by, on West Muin street, No. 510, before having your work done, such as cleaning nud dyeing. All work guaranteed nud done on shott notice- Phono 1110 through No. 7G nnd I will send for your work at once. I also havo rooms to rent, furnished or unfurnished. B. F. MILLS. J. M. PHIC3E North aldo Main ttrvet, aluiu.t io.ltu tlio Court nouns. Von can depend 011 1110 for Fruits, Watermelons, Canta loupes, Apples. Touintoos. BLACKBERRIES S. K. DUUMAIOND, tho Lone Q rovo blackberry man, will fur nish you with blackberries by the crate as cheap as they cau bit shipped here, of the same varlet les, Early Harvest, Karly Dallas and uttiors. Leave orders with your grocer every morning aud I will deliver tliein as early us I cau got! around. Cold Storage Market Our market in always supplied with Hie best of everything to eat. Our cold otorago keeps in perfect condition every particlo of food for tlio table. Fresh ineatB of all kinds. Tho purest lurd, fish, oysters jtnd celery. Free delivery to any part ot the city. HEATH Si JANES. KIR, PATENT ItP OXFORD 4fl ,. ...I. X 3t water for protection. ura tohavX lov BJBJSPPPPPPPHPPPPPPPPP