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x ft TRYX A PA IK. When a woman o r puts ber foot into the famous WANTKD Workings at the Do- ard Asphalt Rnery. four mils out Hly. steady postnon. Apply at of R-nnery HJH KBNT Two rooms upstairs In the Campbell It Fotr building. J.L?ht i. Mullen. lMf to h( WANTED A select claw of short Vand students: experienced toaeho.. from scut mcammw. Apply Mts Zimmerman, at Garrett & Bingham's ofice. 13-lm Shoes, Oxfords or Slippers sbt will under stand im mediately I wuy they ,1 have b e come fain- ous."Th fi t where others fail. I bey are not only the easiest bnt; also the handsomest isnoes. Uiwrds or Slippers ever made for women. HAMILTON & GO. j Shoo Men t.lvertlsoments under this head will be received at the r.t of five (5) eents per line. No advertisement re col red for rs than fifteen cents (15) fcents. Special monthly rates furnish ed on application. The notice tna ontata asy matter of LoU' -Kmind.- For Rent." For Sale.' -Stolon." "Strayed." or any purpose ithotil display lines. WANTED. ;-tr - HAAAAA I lillVUIIIIUVI T E Davis is In the rty mm ahj J. S Martin Is In the city from nut wood. W. O. Duston w eat up to Wynne- wood today. C. I- Herbort wu to Patrta alloy today to attewl court. T. K. Dvl. a iiromlMmt cattleman from Frank. 1. T.. Is In the city. J. i. BraiilgaH. tho vlllag black- imlth of Glean, was In the rlty trday. Caft. W. F. Whlttlngten went to OalttMvlUo today to attend the fu- eral of Cal. Suggs. Mrs. N. H. MeCoy returned last from th Dallas reunion, aad to hear PaderewsKl. W. H. Arnold came In last night WANTED To soil two pairs of mules, two wagons and harness. See U I). Roeerson at Stlnson Machine Shop. 2tf. WANTED Young men to leim tel egraphy and station work for ratlwa) wrvke. Expenses moderate and tu Won refunded If situation not assign ed. Dallas Telegraph College. Dallas Texas. t may WANTED Clean, white be Ardroorelte office. rags at KOH RENT. FOR RENT I still have one nice furnished room for rent. Apply at Cold Storage. J. F. Painter. 22-i FOR RENT Furnished rooms large and well ventilated, by Mrs. Hunter. Kloaki place. North Coildo try street. 22-5t A Buggy Chance mi UfE have uiue buggies ' ' now in stock and want them out of the way to make room for two new cars that will be here within 10 days. If you can flod whaj. you want among Ibis num ber, it's jours at a bar gain. This low price will positively not be offered longer than 10 days. This is your chance to get a good boneut made stand ard bngjiy for less than its value. You and all of your friuuds are invited in to look at them. Williams, Coriin & Co. John Basley of the Ardmoreue force left for Dallas this morning to take in the stent. Deputy Garrett returned from Dal las last nlcht. Buck says there is sot standing room there, say nothing about places to sleep. J. P. Alvls. an old veteran of Holly Springs. Miss., after attending the re union In Dallas, came up today and wll visit his brother. Dr. R. H. Alvis of this place. E. Mobley. an old Atlanta. Ga.. Con federate veteran, came up today from Dallas and will visit his three sons. Roy, Ren and Will of this place. Mr. Mobloy was the captain of the New- nan guards- In the Third Georgia volunteers. Daniel Archer of Covington. Tenn.. Is here visiting his brother. W. R. Archer. He is smitten with the pros perous outlook of our town and coun- and will probably become one of us. H. J. Rrlgraan of Covington. Tenn.. is prospecting In our city, and Is so PHOTOGRAPHY IN COLORS. rrofenr rrlir 3lcovcrr JIy Mark rvr Urn In tlir Art. Prf-or A. llyptt Vermis new dis covert in i ! v idtotugraphy will. It ll bellewd. when perfected rexolutlomse photography. He trope lu a short time to perfect it m that It can be ud In portraiture, reproducing the natural fiesfe tints aim) the color o; the ryes, hah-, etc "I have worked fire rears to aocom pllh this," Mid l'rofeir Verrill to a New York World reporter the other day at New Haven. Conn. "The first result of my labor was the production by pbotoeiMiAtaNl proeoss of picture in two colors. Since then 1 have suc ceeded In reproducing all the colors with the exception of bright red, and tlds I hope to accomplish ttoon. ."Hretof.re tbu best tbius that ba lieon produced t colors I the three color half tone. This Is a mechanical process, and In It tW colors are bound to be exaggerated. With my process the most delicate tints tiro faithfully reproduced by strictly chemical action, and the blending of the shade. Is al most perfect. My process cannot bo ptontcd for the reason that much of It Is already In common use. I Intend therefore to keep the process n secret. "Like the three color half tone proc ess. It requires the production of three photographic nosattves from specially prepared plate.. The negatives must be precisely alike In development, focus and other points. The exposure In most cases require at present at least lwlf an hour, so that for portraits It Is as yet not available, but I hope to materially reduce the time. Rut for landscapes on n still day or other copy lug paintings or geological or other specimens It Is all that could be de sired now. 'The process Is all In the printing Extra heavy paper Is necessary to ttand the strain of manipulation. which occupies about an hour, during which time the print Is almost con stantly Immersed In solution. I have already kept some of the prints for as long as three months, and I see no rea son why they should not keep ludefi nitcly. 1 feel sure that the pictures can be produced at small cost." In n short time Professor Verrill will Our Special Offer j to customers is not quite equal to giving a Gold Dollar g Fifty Cents I but almo3t the next thing to it. Call and be 1 convinced. ; We Can Show You Ladles' Three Point Slippers 45c I VN N thn ShnR.Mmi t $3.50 f 4 xj. iixxxj.j I, .1. .1. J. .1, J. J,AA4U44V.L ,L .L J4A L .1. . A ! f 44 ti4V A. .t A 1A J I FOR RENT A newly furniahe-I room, never been usod. Apply White ,aVorably Impressed that he thlnka he exhibit n set ot bis color photos. & Smith's Livery' stable 6t FOR RENT Residence on Broad way, convenient to business. T. K. Kearney. 21-tf FOR RENT A good 4-room houBe, snquiro at Westhelmer and Daube. 3tf. f"OR StLE. FOR SALE Ten shares class A stock in Guarantee Loan and Banking Co. of Dallas. Tex.: thirty-seven months paid up; stock has a borrow lng value of J500. or a cash value of an loan iuna payments, wun s per cont. Interest for three years. Apply at this office. 13-tf will move out here at once. Mosdames J. A. Thompson of Tren ton. Tex., and A. F. Walker of Van Alstyne. Tex., are In the city, visit ing their sister, Mrs. R. W. Dirk. A. C. Hudson, an old Confederate veteran, and his nephew, H. I. Hud son, together with D. G. Lawson. also i veteran, all of La Grange. Ga.. are In the city today. They are Just from the Dallas reunion, and wilt visit friends and relatives near here before returning home. ROOSEVELT IN COLLEGE. NOONDAY FIRE. B. King's House Comes Very Near Going Smoky Route. The residence owned by Prof. T. B. King and occupied by J. S. Rhodes, on North wasntngton strcoi. iwo doors north of the Houston Lumber company, came n"ar being destroyed by fire today at noon. The tiro caught between the celling and the roof, close to the flue ot the kitchen, and had gained some consid erable headway by the time the chem ical engine arrived. The boys had to tear the roof up considerably in order to get to the flames. The damage was slight. One nun dred dollars will probably cover all. Holman Bros. Practlcat tinners and plumbers Phone 220 West Main street. Second door cast of court house. 13-lm Contractors and others In need oi building rock, foundation or crushed rock will consider their best Interests by conforrlng with J. W. and A. N. Lauderdale at Dougherty, who aro prepared to furnish any quantity on short notice. 18-lra Fishing Tackle. A fine line. Come here to make your selection. T. K. KEARNEY; 16tf We can't claim too much for tho White Mountain Refrigerator. It em bodies cleanliness, sweetness, conven ience and durability. They mean to you more economy, more satisfaction, less Ice and more refrigeration for your money. STEVENS, KENNERLY & SPRAO INS CO. The White Mountain Refrigerator proserves food perfectly. You are not prepared for the summer without one. STEVENS. KENNERLY & SP RAG INS CO, There Is nothing equal to a Wick less Bliio Flame Oil Stove. Save time and fuel and add comfort to your home by using one. Stevens, Ken nedy & Spraglns sell them. lOiX SALE A number of high graue uurtiam Bulls, one and two years old. Can be seen at Arthur James place, south of town. 6tf JAMES & TUCKER. FOR SALE One of the best hotel properties in the Chickasaw nation. For particulars see or write SIDNEY SUGGS, Miss Nita Williams, who has spent the past ten months studying the Leschetizky method, under Mr, Har old von Mlckwitz. will resume her music class April 2S. Any new pupils will bo gladly received at her home on B street southwest, first door south of court house. 28-lt )R. . Dentist Orer Ilooner & Ilonner't drug store. Kooini I and! between Drt. too Keller and Foltom. No Work lor Negroes. We have Fishing Tackle, anything and everything the fisherman can ask for. We are making warm prices on this class of goods. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. FOR SALE Two good gin outfits; good location. Address Bom 506. Ard- more. I. T. .im J. and A. N. Lauderdale, ol Doughorty, I. T., are prepared to fur nlsh on short notice and in any quan tity foundation and building rock, crushed rock for paving and concrete work. Write them your wants. lS-lm W. A. Tuley. formerly general agent of tho passenger department of tho St. Louis & San Francisco rail road at Dallas. Is now general passen ger agwit of the Fort Worth P.'.: Grande railway, with headquarters at Fort Worth. Screen Frames. Cheaper at Kearirtjya than you can have them mado. 30-tf . .n. rosier, wno is putting in a new gin at Provence, received a tele gram yosterday from Iowa, announc ing the serious illness of his son, from pneumonia. Mr. Foster left for Jhe North last mht, and. he remarked. with but slight chances of seeing his son alive. You will find the best deal at I-atd- law's tomorrow you ever did find; m- Inch Green Screen Doors at 60 cents, and the prettiest fancy doors you ever saw, at close prices. 22-2t Spot Cash. Plain Screen Doors with trimming for 60 cents; sold at this price bal ance of this week. 22-3t T. K. KEARNEY. One Who Remember lllm Tell ol thr l'rrllrnt' llnrrnril I)r. General Curtis Guild. Jr., of Boston, who accompanied President Roosevelt on his trip west in the last national campaign, has an Interesting article In a recent number of the Harvard Grad uates' Magazine on Roosevelt as a Har vard underyraduate. The president, who was a member of the class of 1SS0, was a good student, but, says General Guild, devoted much of the time that might have given hlra a high er standing to n wider course of gen eral reading than was required by his collegiate curriculum. He graduated No. 22 in his class, however, and was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa, which Includes tlioso who arc thought on the whole to have done the best work dur ing their four years of academic life. He also received honorable mention In natural history, and the story of how he dropped and scattered on the floor of a street car a package of lobsters that he had purchased for dissection was at that time one of the current college Jokes. General Guild bos much to say about the personal traits of the presldont. He was able, for example, to read with Intense Interest In n room full of noisy fellow students. His chief studies were natural history. English, compost tloli. history and polltk-ul economy, subjects which he has followed up so notably In after life, and be was an editor of The Advocate, the weekly Harvard literary paper, as well as a member of some of the most notable narvard clubs, both social and schol arly. In athletics ho was au enthusi astic boxer, although It was necessary for him almost to lash bis eyeglasses to his hoad before entering a bout, a defect that ho offset, however, by al ways taking the offensive. It Is re membered also that he was- one of n group In the class of 1S50 that took the first decided stand against hazing at Harvard and did much to abolish the practice for good nnd all. Fishing tackle to the angler's con tent at Williams, Corhn & Co's. Every size, shape, form, fashion of hook, line or rod. Wc have the Owasa Screen Door. which Is full Inch thick, and Is a mortise door all the way 'round. This Here io Slay Have built a new sbr.p near my old one am folly prppa.-cd to do alt kiiks of blacksniltMntf. horse-shoelnu and wood work. Call and sec me, T. C. LEBUS. door you only 60c. 21-tf can buy Wednesday for LAIDLAW LUMBER CO, For up-to-date, stylish dressmaking, satisfaction guaranteed, prices reas onable, see Mrs. Harrison, between Second and Third avenues on A street N. W. 7-1 m Boautlfy your homes with fine side walks and paving. Crushed rock Is tho most durable. Heavy foundation rock and uniform building stone in any quantity quickly furnished by J. W. and A. N. Lauderdale, Dougherty. I. T. 13-lm LOWENSTEIN'S nlwajs aLead in securing New and Popular (Millinery. Our aim is to sell the most stylish Trimmed Hats at prices where all fancy profits are wholly forgotten. W make fneuds with every sal dust received another l..t of Calveleria, ready-to-wear Hats, beautiful line of Indies' Waists, and white muslin Underwear. Attend our Screen Door Sale, Wed nesday, the IJd. and get the best screen door that you ever bought. These doors will go at the startling price of 60c each. 21-tf LAIDLAW LUMBER CO. You can buy a gasoline or oil stove at T. K. Kearney's cheaper than any other dealer wl! Bell you. Prove this by pricing his stoves. 16-tf Wc not only have the best common Screen Doors for the money, but we also have the prettiest patterns In fancy scrcon doors that you can find anywhorc, which will go In this sale, at a close price. 21-tf LAIDLAW LUMBER CO, Remember, that we give the very low price of 60c on our Owasa com mon Screen Door, for Wednesday only. 21-tf LAIDLAW LUMBEIJj CO, Every call given my personal atten tion. Phone 74 catches a carriage day or night. T. E. CHOATE. lS-lw Tb revival saoetlag at the Flnrt Bap l tot church coatinues with lcreaa lag Interest. Several up for prayers Inst night. The members of the church are taking right hold. It is to be hoped that many will avail theraselveg of theo opportunities of getting "right with the Lord." The meeting wfll continue every night this week at least, and you are most hear tily Invited. Subject tonight. "The Conauest Beean In Eden." W. J. Large line of IIutDan Hair Downing, pastor. Braids, Bangs and Wigs at St. LEGACIES FOR EMPLOYEES. Millionaire Tuft. DUIiIrd S40.000 Aiuonir Vanr Hundred Men. To the employees of the Boston branch of the American Soda Fountain company about SS0.000 bus been given by the will of James W. Tufts, million aire soda fountain manufacturer, says the Philadelphia Press. To each of the five foremen and to each of the tlx men of the couutlug room $500 Is left. To each of 320 married men Mr. Tufts gives $200. and to olgbty single i teen he gives $100 each. To each of his dosiesUc ; errant, other than those ewnloyed at his Pluehurst estate, $100 Is given. The bulk of the estate Is left to bib widow, son. daughter and son-in-law, all of Med ford. Wc have recently made a large in croase in our stock of carpets. Come and see what we have. We can cor talnly please you. A. C. YOUNG 20-3t For a short time only wc will give the people tho advantage ot the $1.50 rate on our cypress shingles. 20tf LAIDLAW LUMBER CO. WE arc prcpated to make the best grade of Ice Cream for parties and church socials In any quan tify on short notice. Try our fountain for the best drinks In town J. B. WALL & OO. M- 4- ! -H--K' $25 REWARD rl will pay $25 reward for tbe arrest and conviction of any party or parties netting of quail or dynamiting of fish within a ladlus of 25 miles of Ardruore. B. F. FRENSLBY. Pres. Rod and Gun Olub. f. A, A A .f. -- -'- - -t t -t v .. -1 " ttttttttt t r r r r n f. 1. i MM Kunsi Over Peoples' GfeJoonis 5 aid 10 H devils hammer 1 11 ing your head. Corn Planters Cotton Planters Listers And everything olse needed by the j farmer at WILLIAMS. CORHN & CO. KRAUSES HEADACHE CAPSULES CURES ANY KIND OP HEADACHE. 500 rcvvnrd for any injurious substance found in these capsules. Perfectly Uamcss.SoU by drvfgisti. NORMAN UCHTY rire.CaOtSMOINtSJA.1 Yf. B. Frame, Druggist. Louis prices LOWENSTEINS Gut Price Millinery House, There will be an election on the last Saturday In May. by the board ot school directors, to elect a super intendent for the next year. Died, at Graham this morning, lit tle 4-year-old jOra Sparks, of scarlet fever. To Crota Sea by Kites. On behalf of the war oraco Major Trollope, R E, the balloon expert, has been appointed to witness the experi ments with kites by Mr. S. F. Cody of Wise county. Tex., says the London Dally MalL Mr. Cody will employ a half mile cable attached to three kites which, be claims, wilt raise blm In a suspended basket to a height of 300 yards, while his apparatus will enable him to navigate within a radius of 300 or 400 yards. Later Mr. Cody proposes to cross to France by means of kites attached by a two mile cable to n boat and a basket, the Idea being to make a flying kite tow the boat across the channel. s Ml L L I N E R Y Dress Hats! Street Hats! the largest stock and lowest prices in Ardmore and no trouble to show goods. Come and see my stock hiLfbre buying goods. J . J . D A B B S : s : t, ? 4r The I The 4 I'