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New Store-New Goods
F. JONES, the Corner Grocer,
has dpened up in his new building
one block west of the court house
with new and first class groceries
of every kind. The stock includes such
standard goods as
White Swan Canoed Goods
and Blank's Coffees.
Only the best goods shall come into my
store. They shall be sold at a close
margin, and the most perfect delivery
service given my patrons.
Phone 12 A. F. JONES Phone 12
Farmers who insist on having the
best wagons that money c?n buy invaria
bly use the
I Mitchell 1
- , .j
and they have justly termed this wagon
the "Monarch of the Road."
We nlso sell the White Elephnnt Buggy, which for
lightness ami durability combined, has uo peer. Our prices
are the lowest and terms reasonable. Look through our entire
stock before you buy.
HIE HARDWARE itil,
ARDMORE, I. T.
The Best Line to the Old States.
The Cotton Belt offers you the shortest
and quickest routejo the'Old States,"
without unnecessary changes of 'cars.
Both day and' night, trainsjare
, rarlor Cafe, Cars by day and
rTiv V Pullman Sleepers 'at ' night.
i r ill . u xv i i
I 0jw vr-
Tell us where you ire coin:
ind when you will lavc , mi we
will tell you the exact coit c( t
ticket. We will alto tend you
complete uhedute lot the trip and
in InttieUIng little book, "A Trip
to the Old Statev"
7 -i.TvJ"'. HOltUI, X P. i, foil HoiIJi, Ifx
i'iimuc't i i i t p unit p i rtkii Tn
' , V; V JOIN I. ItllM, 0. P vil L, Iikr, la.
"WHERE LIVING WATERS FLOW"
Climate Invigorating, LCxiiilerating
Waters Healthful, Curative
One of the finest Bromide-Lithia springs in the
United Stntes. Sixteen gushing White Sulphur
springs. Excellent hotel accommodations.
An Ideal Health and Vacation Resort
No Malaria, No Dust, No Mosquitoes
Ask Santa Fe agents about special reduced rates
to Sulphur, I. T. Pamphlet on application.
W. S. KEI3NAN, 0. P. P., Galveston.
The Carpet Man.
Caipets put down on short notice.
Old ones taken up and houses
cleaned. Leave orders at Echols'
Sewing, Laying and Scrubbing,
Will bo paid by the Chickasaw
Stockmen's Association or the
arrest and conviction of anyone
stealing stock of any kind from
any member of this Association.
DIt. T. P. Howkll, Pies.
O. 1 Halev, Sec.
J. P. THAYER,
Civil Engineer and Architect
SuitVEts and Plats Made.
Plans, estimates and specifications
Gorman Bulldlnir, Arrtrnorc, I. T.
FORM AN A MATUERB,
Attouneyb at Law.
Btrict Mtfntlon paid to civil a welt i
Office, upttalrs over Holchklct' Jowelrj
Store, Ardmore I. T.
ledukttek & blkdbob,
Attobnkyb at Law.
omcr. in Ledbetter A Medio bulldlm
tl.O.rottcrt. W. K. UowmiB
POTTERF A BOWMAN,
Attoiineys at law.
Office, opititri In the Ilirdr tmtldlDaT
kt.L. (Urrett. W, II, lllDKbitn,
GARRETT & BINGHAM,
Do civil land orlmtoil rnctlcp.
Offlce Id Wheeler balldtoir. oppoilte coon
bonie. Ardmore I. T
JOSEPH P. MULLEN,
Attorney and Coonbeloh at Law
CtuutniL Law a Sfkoialtt.
Oeneril law practice In thn ponrti of lb
(Ddlso Territory i U. H.inpreme oonrt,Wih
ItiKton! cnart of olalmi; oourt ot tpeli
Klifhtb Joillotst dltrlct; eieoatUe depart
ment. Offlce. Weit Milo itreet, nr n
coorthooie Ardmore l.T.
WEAVER & WEAVER,
Pnula Valley, - - Ind. Tor.
Dt. F. 1. voi? Keller,
Ocnllut and Anrlst.
Bpeclal attention jrlven to BurBery and
Dliioaeos of the
EYG, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT,
ainsscs Accurately Flttctl.
OUlre over Bonner & Bonnor'n Drnj: Store,
Rooms 3 and 5. Ardmore, I. T.
Pbone: Residence 41. OMrolO.
Rei, Pbone 86.
Jlet. I'bone li,
1TARDY & McNEES,
Physicians ad Suroeonb.
Office bonrai 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 1 p. m.. and
8 to S P. m,; Bnndaya, 10 to 11 a. m. and 8 to t
p. m. Offlce I'bone 122. OlBce over Ramiey'i
droic itore corner Main and Oaddo atreeM
DR. S. IT. LANDHUM,
PnYHICIAK AND SUIIOEON.
Ofllce over old City Druy Store,
hours, 910 to 11:30 a. m., 2 to 4 p. in.
ollicc, 'phone No. 112, Residence,
phone Jo. 104.
Rational treatment of morpblno and
L. E. COVEY &SON,
PnYBlCIANS AND SUROEONS.
Office over WbII'h drntatoro. Offlce honra
8 to 11 a. m.i 3 to 8 p. m. Residence,
corner It street and Third avenue. N. W
I. W. FOLSOM, M. D.
Does a General Practice. Special
Attention to Obstetrics, Diseas
es of Women and Children.
31 Years Experience.
Office over Bonner & Bonner'a drut' store.
UK. A. E. AUAMH,
Fho LateBt ImproYomont for Grown
and lirldgo Work.
Looal anieathetlcs admlnUtered for tbi
palnleti extraction of teetb.
All work irnarnteed. Prleea to lult tbt
Offlce over Itandol's store, Ardmore, I, T
W. II. Enlob
J. W. Lsb
ENLOE & LEE,
All work cuaranteed. florman bulldlnc.
over A. O. Yo a tin's furniture store.
Telephone No. 22. Ardmore, Ind. Ter,
A . .
Crop reports from different
parts of the Indian Territory are
not so bad. There iB a Rood yield
of hay and more of it is being
saved than ever before. A jood
wheat crop was made and cotton
looks fine. Reports nro that corn
will make nny way a jood half
crop, which will keep it below the
dollar mark. There is plenty of
time yet to plant a crop of peas
and turnips for stock, so things
have rather a favorable outlook
than otherwise. South McAIester
WHOLESALE THEI-TS OP STOCK.
OanR In the Tcrrltorry OpcrntltiK
With Remarkable Success.
Paris, Tex., Auk. 10. United
States Marshal 1$, P. Hackett, who
has within the last fow weeks been
traveling with his deputies through
the Choctnw nation investigating
tho operations of alleged horse and
cattle thieves reports that the
thieves have been operating exten
sively nnd that they have regular
stations. Beginning below Mena,
Ark., they take a bunch of cattle
or horses and run them into the
mountains below Smithville. Ami
from there thty go to tho mouth
of Clear creek then to the mouth
of the Boggy nnd thence up to the
line of the Chickasaw nation near
Wapanucka. Marshal Hackett
sayt? that thero is a regular lino of
them and that they have the steal
ing business down to n lino art.
They steal horses in the Chickasaw
nation and run thetij into Arkan
sas via the stations mentioned nnd
then back this way ngain to the
Chickasaw line, trading and selling
the stock Ftolen from Arkansas to
faraway that they think they will
never bo heard of.
On Subject of Doll Worm-.
Since the backbone of tho drouth
has been broken by the daily re
currence of showers pessimists are
all-eady to be heard speculating on
the probability of a boll worm vis
itation, provided the showers keep
up. A practical farmer, in discuss
ing the matter, says it can be put
down ns a certainty that there will
be no boll worms this year. It has
been absolutely demonstrated by
careful investigation that the boll
worm is the same worm that ap
pears in the corn earlier in the sea
son. After the corn gets too hard
to eat, the worm goes out of the
ear into the cotton. The severe
drouth this year dried up the corn,
aud as there have been no worms
in thecoru.it follows that there
will not be nuy boll worms. Mon
itor. There la so Much News.
that oven it it comea by telogrnpb
we overlook somo of It. Isn't It u
fact that you havo scon Dr. Unlil
woll's Syrup Pepsin advortlsod sev
eral times and havo neglected to try
it? An ounco of Dr. Caldwell's
Sprup Pepsin is ns qood as a tliroo
weeks' vacation. Ask nny druggist
or anybody who bns taken it. Sold
by W. II. Frame.
After a woman over thirty has
passed a crowd of lG-yo.ir-oltl girls
on tho street, somehow she doosn't
feel as spruce and well dressed as
boforo ebo met tbem.
To Cure Chills or Malaria In Hour Daya
Take Qulnoria All druggists are
authorized to refund tbe money in
an7 ctiso of chills, fovor or malaria
it falls to cure. Price 25c per pack'
About the only time a woman ever
overlooks a bargain is when she bo
lectB a husband.
James White, Iiryautuvlllo, Intl.,
says DeWitt'a Witch Hazel Salve
healed running sores on both legs.
He had sufforad jix yoars. Doctors
failed to help him. Get DoWltt's;
accept no Imitation. Oity Drugstore.
When a man llirts with a married
woman the womon call it "tho min
der of a homo," whon a marriod wo
man flirts with n .nan, they call it
"leading him on."
For Whooplntt Coutili.
"Hoth my children were taken
with whooping cough, "writes Mra.O.
E. Dutton of Danvlllo, III. "A smnl
bottlo of Foley's Honoy of Tar curod
the cough and saved mo u doctor's
bill.'' Uonnor & Honnor.
Every married woman knows at
loast ono other woman that sho bo
lieves would ilirt with hor husbund if
he wasn't so good and honorable.
Now la the Time
to purify your blood and get your
system in a perfect condition for the
approaching summor. Rex Tea Is
tbe ono thing that will do it. It
cures constipation, regulateB tho
kidneys and liver, purifies tho blood
and beautifies the complexion. All
druggists are authorized to rofund
tho money in any case whnro Kox
Tea fails to do what is clalmod for it.
25 cents per package
When a woman is thirty sho can
wear around an old love affair al
most as long as sho can a fifteen dol
lar pieco of black jet.
To Cure Chills or Malaria In Four Days.
Tako Qulnoria. All druggists are
authorized to rofund tho monoy in
any case of chills, fovor or malaria
it fails to cure. Prlco 25c por pack
ago. Notice Is served on tho proaebors,
who have particular charge ot wo
men'B souls, that not ono woman In
ten working down towu tells tho
truth about her salary.
lUicmrmtisni is due to an excess cf nc tit in the
blood. When this cscapis through the jkks of the
skin, ns it often do", it produces some form of skin
eruption some iUlting disease like ljcrtina or
Ti.ftrr- 1,. f wlmti Hire, tltllf. in1in r- cu-nl 1f,,r1.
...... .....w ....vd v. s v v ii i iv, a y
nre suddenly closed by exjiostire to cold nnd suildcn XJlii
chilling of the body, tin u the tKisons thrown off by lyVjl
i),n t.t.i r....v..... ..ii i v?. ' .T.
muscles, tissues and nerves. These mrta become irreatlv infl.nned. feverish anil
hot ; danger-like, mmldening pnins follow in quick succession, the muscles becomo
extremely tender, the nerves brenk down nnd the sufferer is soon reduced ton state
of helplessness nnd misery. This ncid poison penetrates the joints nnd seems to
dry out the natural oils, nnd the legs, nrnia nnd fingers bccouic po stiff nud sore
that every movement is nttended with excruciating pains.
Liniments, plasters, electricity nud baths, while their use mny give temporary
caw, cannot be called cures, for the disease returns with every change of the weather.
S. S. S. cures Khcumntism by
inrco yeara niro j. una a aovero annex or
la Rrlppo, -which left mo almost a phyaical
wrock. To iuUI to my wretched condition, a
aovero form of Tthoumntiain dovolopod. I
tried nil tho pliyalclniiB in our city, but nono
of thorn could do mo nuy porintuiont (rood. I
uiod all tho rhoumatlo cures I could hoar of,
but received no bonoflt. Aftor lioKlnnlnir S. H.
S. I was roliovcd of tho ruins nnd havo trained
in flesh and strength nnd my uonoral health
is hotter thnn for yBnr, I consider S. 8. 3.
tho (rrnndost blooo. .nodlclno In tho world
mid lifurtlly rocoinmoud it to any ono Book
i&ir relief from tho tortures of Ilhamnatism.
B. 1 OltEClOItY, Union, S. O."
working ti complete change in
the blood ; the acids nrc neutral
ised, the circulation purified and
the rich, healthy blood that is
carried to the irritated, aching
inttw les nnd joints, soothes and
heals them. b. 8. S. euros Rheu
matism even when inherited or
brought on by the excessive use
of mercury. Opium, in some
f'inn, is tho basts of nearly all
so-called Rheumatic C tires,
which deaden the pnin but do
lint fnlirlt llw. .Hcmil,, n.t.1 1..t.1
to ruinous habits. Alkalies and the potsah nnd mineral remedies so often prc
scnlHd, sfTect the tender lining, of the stonmcli and weaken the digestion, thus
adding nuothcr burden to the already weak and imtanverished blood. S. 8. 8. con
tains no mineral or dangerous drug of nny kind, but i n simple, vegetable
remedy and the :nnt perfect blood purifier known. Send for our liook on Rheu
inati'jn nnd write our physicians if you wish any information, or advice. Wo would
be L'lud to mail you n book free; we charge nothing whatever for niwlical mtwec.
THU SWIPT SPBCIPIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. GA.
C. R. Smith, President.
Li i Cui'CE, Cashier.
C. M. CvMi nia i., Vice-Prcs.
G. W. Sk Asst Cashier.
The Ardmore National Bank
Ardmore, I. T.
Capital Stock, $100,000.
The officers find stockholders unite in n cordinl invitntion to
farmers, merchants, stockmen, mechanics, laborers nud nil
others to shnre their business with the Ardmore National
A general banking business will be conducted; monoy will
be received on time deposit, nnd deposit subject to cheek; will
discount, buy nnd sell negotiable paper, notes, bills o exchange
and government bonds
Accounts of banks and firms, individuals aud corporations
nre solicited, nnd prompt nnd faithful attention guaranteed.
-Money loaned on approved security, aud every facility con
sistent with souud nnd conservative bnukiug principles will bo
given our customers.
.Small loans made and small deposits received. No business
too amnll for our careful attention. Collections n specialty.
Call and see us whether you havo business or not.
O. U. HM1TH, President. O. M. CAM PItELL, Vlcc-Prcs.
LEE OHUCE, Cashier. O. W. HTI'AUT. Asst.. flashier.
J. 0. THOMPSON, Mavor. SAMNOIJLK, Wholesale Hardw'c
J. It. PENNINGTON. Wholesale Grain.
Will Open for Bualnoaa August 1 B.
Frank A. Butt
Stanley R. Hruce
J. C. Thompson
O. T. Jlarrlnger
O. M. Campbell
D. J. Mostcllo
O. A. Mllner
G. W. Stuart
T. A. Thurmond
W. II. Weakmorc
II. II. Atkinson
J. W. Hanks
W. B. Frame
M. H. Loyd
J. M. Robberson
S. T. Hlcdsoo
II S. Suggs
J. IJ. Spruglns
G. F. Tucker
L. A. Mostcllo
M. '.. Stowe
J. F. Gulnn
A. O. Young
0. W. Rollins
IJ. H. Weeks
II. G. Stong
W. A. Ledbetter
0. O. Uunn
A . 0. Oruce
W O Kondall
F. W. Fisher
II. M. Stelfcl
J. II. Akors
W. li. Joliuaoii
.I. M. Tcnnery
J. II. Holt
0. M. Rcdfieltl
1. S. Munzesliclmer
0. R. Smith
E. W. Roberts
J. R. Pennington
J. A. Bodovltz
G. W. Young
,I. F. Williams
O. It. Jones
T. A. Ledbetter
J. T. Orr
R. W. Randol
Wy',nn e wood
We are just receiving
a car of the celebrat
Stanhopes and Road
Take life easy by riding in (
in one of our now, up to
date rubber tired vehicles. ft
Lateot styles, lowest prices, ft
New Process Hay Ties J
Best on earth, Buy now ft
nnd snve money. ft
Entirely free from odor or X
foul rur. W
Lightning Freezer jT
Freezes Cream in 5 minutes
Fruit Jars and Jelly t
v.iici&bC5f an bizes.
Shelf and Heavy
Full lino always on hand.