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E R and every man owes it to himself to make the hot months as comfortable as possible, While making such preparations, look at our Summer Lap Robes 25c to 35c Each, and Up just as high as you want to pay We are right tnow selling the Harness of the a tift 1.1 . . i v i i iuwii, vv neuier yuu ue tx i ct'ii uau man, a mechanic, a professional man or whether you drive for pleasure, you can't afford to pass our Harness. We have what you need at prices lower nan you can get the same goods any where else. L. J. JOHNSON MILLER'S LOAN OFFICE Money loaned on Watches, Pistols, Clothing and all other articles of value Dealer in Gents' Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Etc. One Door hast o! Opera House, Ardmore, I. T. j Pattern Hats at Actual Cost and the nobbiest Street Hats for Ladies, Misses and Chil dren that have been shown, and also Hair Switches and Hair Rolls. MRS. M. E. SPURGEON Notice. Harness cleaned, dressed and re paired; work looks as good as new. Guaranteed, and perfect satisfaction given. Iiuggy and carriage top dress ing a specialty. GEORGE It. NOWUS, On Caddo street, first door south of the Kloskl house. 25-lm Beautify your homes with fine side walks and paving. Crushed rock is tho most durable. Heavy foundation rock and uniform building stono In any quantity quickly furnished by J. W. and A. N. Lauderdale, Dougherty, I. T. 18-lm Estrayed $5 Reward. Strayc) two bay maro p6nles. One branded P on shoulder, other brand ed IK u shoulder. Ono has young bald face horso colt. Deliver them to W. M. Foster, Provence, I. T., and receive $5 reward. O-Gt The Dougherty stono quarries fur nish the best building and foundation rock to be had in tho Territory. Used by railroadB for bridges, etc.; thor oughly tested in Ardmore. Thuy are tho best. When In need of this ma terial, see J. W. and A. N. Lauder dale, Dougherty,, I. T. 18-lm Screen Doors and Wire at 27-tf WEEKS BROS. LADIES! I nm constantly increasing my stock of Milliuery nnd shall con tinue to do so until my Styles, Quuntities, Qualities ami Prices are unequalled iu the Territorv. My patronage thus far is beyond any expeotious for my first season in Ardmore. I AM IN BUSINESS PERMANENTLY and in order to get my business prominently before the people I am offering inducements you should not overlook. Remember the place, MRS. MCLAIIGHI IN One Door West of Luke's Music Store, West Main Street. Call T. N. COLEMAN'S for your up to date Stationery. SILK COLORED TABLETS AND ENVELOPES TO MATCH The veryrtate.stjin'fiox PanirV.c,'.-; I T and Tally IS HERE Ladles of the Leaf. The members of the Ladles of the Leaf who did not attend the meet ing last Monday, and who did not send In their nominations for olilccrs for the ensuing year, will please hand In the names of thoso they desire to have for olilccrs to Mrs. Torbn' Mrs. Roberts before next Mon i.. Attention, W. O. W. Carnpl Remember, next Friday night our camp meets In regular session. Thero Is business of Importance on hand, and every member should bo present promptly at S o'clock. J. N. MORGAN, C. C. ED SAND-LIN, Clerk. 7-3t Leave bus and carriage calls at Banks hotel for Cathey's bus. Prompt attention. 11-lm 1 To the Merchant Trade. I have taken the agency for the Armour Packing Co.'s products, and have opened up In rear of the old City National bank building, corner Main and Caddo streets, with a full lino of bacon (dry Bait), hauls, breakfast bacon, lard and canned meats of all kinds. Stock is fresh from packing house Will take orders for butterlne. bo logna and other sausage, nnd fresh meats ,to bo shipped from cold stop ago at Oklahoma City. Prices and treatment guaranteed as good as any house will give you. Call and see me, whether you want anything or not. Long distance 'phone No. 1E4. 24-lm JO F. WILLIAMS. Phone 27. T. B. Cnthey Is fitting up an office at tho rear of his lot and Is in tho livery business' quite lively again, with a number of fine rigs. Call up tho old number, 27, when y6u want prompt sorvlce. T. B. CATHEY, City Livery Stable, Phono 27. When you prepare your cream at homo you know you have cream that's puro nnd wholesome. It's a pleasuro to freeze It with tho White Mountain" or Blizzard Ice cream freezer. Noland sells them. 4.C " at Cards. THE DISTRICT COURT. The Petit Jury Sworn In Consider able Business Transacted. Considerable business has been transacted In the district court yester day and today. Among other busi ness we note the following: In the case of Wilson Chandler, con cealed weapon, defendant pleaded guilty and wns fined $50, costs re mitted. John Wheeler, who was also charg ed with carrying Concealed weapon, waB dismissed. William Pfelffer was ''reappointed Unlied States commissioner:' John W. Beard et nl., Injunction suit; dismissed. J. M. McDanlol vs. Jack Manldln ct al, dismissed. ' ' Eunice Gordon vs. Henry J. Gordon, decree for divorce granted. Annie Cherry vs. George R. Cherry, dismissed. Katie Turner vs. Frank Turner, In junction perpetuated. R. B. Lindsay vs. Thomas Head, Judgment by dufault. F. H. Roberts vb. A. D. Roberts, de cree of divorce granted. Jule Gunter vs Wilson Parker, In junction suit; Judgment to perpetu ate Injunction. P. Archard et al. vs. Green Bean et al., injunction suit; Judgment to per petuate Injunction. A. & C. Railroad company vs. Ben II. Brown et al., Injunction suit; Judg ment to perpetuate. J. C. Bennett vs. II O Love et al., damage suit;, dismissed by plaintiff. Marion Allen vs. H. O. Love et al., damago suit; dismissed by plaintiff. The cases of J. A. Sanders et al. vs. Bud Doyle, George Morris, Dallas Sto ver et al. were dismissed. J. A. Sanders vs. Fayette Sullivan et al., settled and dismissed. W A. Payne vs. Sullivan & Baker, Judgment by default Mark Bean vs. Jeff Cox, dismissed. H. N. Wntklns vs. Nelson Hollowny, dismissed. S. B. Hovey vs L. P. Hudson, dis missed. Prior to the dinner hour, tho petit Jury was cnlled and out of thirty-six names twenty-five Jurors were sei cured. Some were residents of the t-lp tlmt has been cut from tho outho p district nnd added to the Ctiiti.u district, and were excused. The court will get down to business tomorrow. Citizens' Convention. The following party of Choctaw nnd Chlcknsaw citizens leave on a special train over the Choctaw this evening to nttend n convention of citi zens tomorrow at Tishomingo: C. D. Carter, J. S. Mullen, F. F. Fox, W. M. Bonner, George McMillan, Dave Jones, Bon Colbert, C. R. Pool. Bud Voting, Charles Brown, Arthur Alex ander, A. Nichols, Frank Smith, and about fifteen others, whose names we did not learn. Telephone messages from the capital city indicate a large attendance nnd much enthuslnsm. This Is the first train over the Choc taw to carry passengers. On the Banl.s ot the Hickory. About seventy or eighty young peo ple, mostly Sunday school children of the First Baptist church, In carriages, buggies, hacks and other vehicles, left this morning for n day's outing on the banks of Hickory creek, nt Rock crossing. Thero the day will bo spent In plea sure, somo fishing, some playing on the banks of tho stream, and many other ways of enjoyment. It is u day of pleasuro to all who attended. The pluno which will bo used by the Spanish Concert nnmii.inv n !. opern house tonight is a BubIi & Certs, iiiiiiHiicu ior mo occasion by E. B. Luke. Hamly's farowoll Is on a boom. Don't miss It. g.2t Final Notice. Notlco Is houeby glvon to all per sons 'having taxable property In Ard more, who have not yet rendered tho same for tnxes, that after Friday, ..May 9, tho same will be assessed by myself, and an additional dollar add ed as costs, as the law directs. W. R. ROBERTS, 8-2t Assessor and Collector. Rev. I. F. Walker will fill the Car. tter Avenue Methodist church pulpit Sunday ut 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. The pastor Is in Dallas, Tex., attending the general conference. Notice. After May 8 tho long-dlstnnco tele- phone pay station at tho central of fice will close nt C p. m. After that date parties wishing long-distance connections can secure them from either tho Whlttlngton or Banks ho-Jels- W. H.BERRY. I. 72t - Mnnnpnr 7 o-.. Wo are closing out our Sewlni? Vn. chines at 2B per cent. off. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKMKKK)t 0090000000000000XXOOOOlt R. L. lllner Is In tho city from Lone Grove. W. C. Everhnrt is here again from Sherman. Joe M. Crumpton Is In the city from Denlson, Tox. Grovo E. Chase of Hoaldton Is in tho city today. Deputy J. B. Davis of Colbert Is In the city today. P. B. Arthur nnd Kv. Forkner, both of Leon nre In the City. E. W. Fnlrman of St. Louis In In the city grcetltm his many friends here. T. A. Mnxwoll. one of Sulphur's most prominent business men. Is a visitor to Ardmore today. Miss Lou Emma Edwards Is In tho city from Gninosvlllo, visiting her uncle, Alph Edwnrds, In RouthweBt Ardmore. Mr. John R. W. Sargont Is In the city from Chicago. Mr. Sargunt Is In terested In the Chickasaw Telephone company. Miss Ethel Hunter of Gainesville Is In tho city visiting tho family of Chas. Durlo, on the corner of Second avenno nnd C street northwest. Misses Willie Green and Ruby Pnl Ham returned this morning from n week's visit at Woodford, whore they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bart Smith. Miss Fny Smith, one of tho teach ers In the Banks public school build ing, left yesterday for Tishomingo, where Bhe will visit for a few weeks with Alio family of Rev. J. W. Morris. Ed. BolBtnlcr, who hns been con nected with "The Garrison" at this plnce, has gone to Oklahoma City, where he will remain for a few months. Mr. Bolsmler Is a plumber by trade, and will return to Ardmoro In the fall and go Into that lino of business. Prof. Roy Crnycroft will leave this evening for Dallas, whore ho will at tend the general conferenco of the Methodist Episcopal church for a few days. On his return ho will visit the stato Epworth league convention at Fort Worth. Ho will bo absent from the city nbout ten days. All lovers of music will nttend tho grand concert by the SpanlBh Concert company nt tho opera house tonight. Pictures Framed. If you haven't a plcturo that needs a frame, call and sou McFarland & Taliaferro,-nnd they will make you a present of ono. Keep your eyes open and watch them going to Hamly's farewell. S.-2t Mall Carrying Contract. Anyono desiring to take a mall car rylng contract from Ardmoro should address H. B. Varner, Ardmore, I. T at once. 8-3t Accidental Injury. Mrs. Brown, who resides near Whlteman Bros. wholesalo house, was the victim of an accident yes terdny that resulted in a very pain fill injury to tho knee. The injury wns promptly enred for and no bad re suits aro expected. ! May Not Trade. In conversation with Stun Nohlo ho ,sald that while he had mado a trdo with tho committee .r-.d rented tho city npartments In th building, that, since tho closing of tho trado there seemed to ho somo hitch In tho matter. From what wo could understand. the pollco department think tho Noble building too far from the cen ter of tho city, nnd a more contrally located plnco would bo much more de sirable. All tho little folks seem to know tho road to Hamly's Blue Tout. S-2t The Muskogee Phoenix. A special from Muskogee to tho Kansas City World, says the Musko- jgeon Daily Phoenix passed out of tho hands of tho Phoenix Printing com pany Saturday and Is now in the hands of tho mortgagees, who, It is under etood, will put Clarenco B. Douglas, n well known territory newspaper man In charge and continue tho paper as a weekly publication. It Is another El Reno American case Tho managers saw a great future In tho newspaper field with all the equip, meat of a modern newspaper office. As a dally the paper lasted soven months nnd was forced out of hus. ness by its creditors. Tho paper was Independent In politics nnd a pioneer In tho newspaper field In tho territory. A few yenrs ago it was the leading weekly newspaper. Provldo your porch or lawn with a hammock. They glvo ease and bqiI comfort during the hot days. Noland is making some attractive prices. 'RIVAL' For severnl months the people wlth- In Ardtnoro's trnde territory have been hearing nbout "Rival" Hour, tho product of the Oklahoma City Mill & Elevator company. And since tho first carload of this flour wns distributed the demand has been constantly in creasing, until today the "Hlval's" popularity and superiority arc at tested by Its Introduction Into the majority of homes In Ardmore. The representative of the Oklahoma City Mill & Elevator compnny hns been In the city, .and through their distrib uters, Whltnmnn Bros., has presented each housewife "with a baking sample of "Rival" flour, together with nn ex cellent recipe for making biscuit. This Is done In tho. belief that a. trial will convince the user that "Jllval" is a first-class Hour and Hint the domnnd for It will be greatly Increased. We desire to particularly call the atten tion of tho ladles of the city to tho merits of the "Rival," and that they Insist that their grocer send them "Rlvnl" when they order flour, and do not allow him to substitute. If any Indy has been overlooked In the dis tribution of the baking sample, she will he supplied by calling nt White man Ilros.'s olllco. Once tried, nlways used. You will find tho "Rival" at all the leading growro. For up-to-date, stylish uressmnklng, satisfaction guaranteed, nrices reas onable, see Mrs. Harrison, between Second nnd Third avpnues on A street N. W. 7.lm W. C. T. U. The W. C. T. U. will meet nt tho First Preshytorlan church Saturday at 2 o'clock, for tho purposo of sending flowers to tho prisoners. All inemhors of the Loyal Tomperanco Legion are requested to bring flowers, and any others who enn bring flowers nre In vlted. MRS. ROBINSON, Superintendent of Flower Mission. HATT1E NOBLE. Secretary. t I To Merchants KEHL & SON have moved tliclr Grain Mouse to the bljf J Iron Store across the rail- X road track, where they nre better prepared than ever to t supply their many custom- 2 ers with CORN, OATS, CHOPS, i BRAN nnd SORGHUM SEEM f Merchants arc Invited to T call. O. T. TYLER, f rianngcr. I Deafness Cannot be Cured, by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of tho ear. There Is only ono way to euro deaf ness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lin ing of tho Eustachian tube. When this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed, deafness is tho result, and unless tho inflammation enn bo taken out and this tube re stored to Its normnl condition, h nnrlni will bo destroyed forever; nine cases uiu oi ieu nre caused ny catarrh, which Is nothing hut an Inflnmed con dition of the mucous surfaces. We will glvo Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness rrnnnmi tiv catarrh) that cannot ho cured by Hnll'B Catnrrh Cure. Send for u eu Inrs, free. J. F. Cheney & Co. Toledq, O. Sold by druggists, 7Bc. Hall's Family Pills aro the bes't. Patience Is a woman's long suit whon her children aro nnnoylng tho neighbors. Tho straight and narrow nnth is not ndapted to tho requirements of the Individual who Is Inclined to spread himself. I LEADER I H PUHCELLlilLLjnrATOn C0.H purcell.lt. WANT COLUMN. Advertisements undor this head will bo received at tho r.le of flvo (6) cents per line. No advertisement rc cotved for loss than fifteen cents (IB) centB. Spcclnl monthly rates furnish ed on application. Tho notlco may contain any matter of "Lost," "Found," "For Rent," For Halo," "8tolen," "Strnycd," or any purpono, without display lines. WANTED. WANTED A cook. Apply at gro cery storo of S. E. JenklnR. C-tf WANTEDA team of horso ponies to weigh between 000 and 1,000 lbH., not over eight yenrs old. Ardmoro Ico Co. 4-6t WANTED-By 'responsible person, for light, uccnslonnl driving; a buggy pony to keep for Its feed Apply this office. 4-tf WANTED A select class of short hand students; experienced teacher. Vpply Miss Zlmmermnn, nt Garrett & Bingham's olllcc. 13-lm FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, gooil location. Apply Mrs. J. Doltins, cor ner Mill street nnd FlrBt nventio louth. 7-3 1 KOH RENT One five-room Iioupo. Mosc In; good water. Apply Gnrrett fc Blnghnm. G-tC FOR RENT Hnndsome rooms well turnluhcd, one block south of court liouse. Mrs. W. M. RoblnBon. B-tf FOR RENT A good 4-room houno, enqulro nt Wcsthclmer nnd Daube. 3tf. FOR 8 ALE. FOR SALE Ten shnrcs class A stock in Gunranteo Loan nnd Banking Co. of Dnllas, Tox.; thirty-seven months paid up; stock has n borrow ing value of $500, or a cash vnluo ot all loan fund payments, with 8 per cent. Interest for thrco years. Apply at this office. 18-tf FOR SALE A number ot high grado Durham Bulls, one nnd two years old. Can bo seen nt Arthur ames place, sputh of town. Mm JAMES & TUCKER. FOR SALE Ono of tho best hotel properties In tho Chickasaw nation.. For particulars seo or write ,11 SIDNEY SUGQS. Holman Bros. Practical tinners and plumbers. Phone 220 West Main street. Second' door enst of court house. 13-lm. Red Cross Tansy Pills Suppressed fttsnstruatlM PAINFUL Menstruation An 0 PRCVGNTIVB tor FIMALE -J' IRRZGULABIT1E3. Aro Site and Reliable. Oi Perfirelr Harmlew The Ladies Purely Vcko- IUDICI HCTC PRICE $1.00 Sent postpaid on receipt ct uy. Sample aad Uooklct Meat tree, Vinde Cinchona Co. dm Moines, Iowa. ..We are at your service as.. House Raisers and House Movers All work entrusted to ua done Promptly and Carefully We solicit your patronoKe. Leave your orders at Potterf & Iiowtnau's ofllce, WALKER & USSERY tOR Stone, Brick or Cement x Work or first olnaR Tirvlr TrhnminKs, Ret figures from MARSTON & RATH. All work guaranteed first cIbsh. Leader Flour... absolutely the!best Flour sold in the Indian Territory, If you are not using it, give it a trial. I I A rain - 27 " WEEKS BnOS. 4-Ct.