T'm i i IT
A Musical Feast
is provided for Musical People.
A Imti for the ere and a ban
qeet for the ear. Dictinet and
delightful iiapreesioot are receird
on ceting and be&hsg tb
Bush & Gerts Pianos
in our eowrooa.
There's aot a cratt Mater of
ttuwa bor. JUtbar a far ft aad er-
aoaa of qoalitr than anatber.
Oaly reliable. beaaUIal aad One
towed iaitnawti are ia tha?
E. B. LUKE
Ardmore, I. T.
SPEAKING AT THE COURTHOUSE.
OH MUD and Charity Carte' Bath
Qlt A good r w4 of fttiiens met
at the 'irth'jjf- !a.-.t night to bear
Dirk McLiah aarf Cbanee f farter
ipeh oft th srabttorisd aaeetlnw.
Th Ar'.-z. for auieiaor of taw
Chickasaw naitoo ami oS tanswrraw
Ml William U Byrd aad P. S. Moee
ly are the ccatteettaa; parties lor that
Maerly ia (or the treay while Byre
la aa aatMteaty aaaa. It a hs ffear
of taw utter that the tw sawwket
poke hat eight
The tret speaker. It
that lie m wbetfy eaerepAiea to
llrw aa address aad Mhad tae audl
ear to earese ur little dlacrepaa--
ciea ia his talk. Mr. hteUeh
rsuaJ u tae occasioa. however.
ke took his eeet fee was anach aa-
Ckarler Carter wae thea calle4 tor.
i4 aaM that he wae aot like I
frtead MrUeh. that be had practices!
for two weeks cm bit speech, a
whit we all kaow Charley was )oklag
about taat. w must admit that he
mad a rattling good talk.
8ln- the coauBlaatoaer utoiaed
from Teias he has act the wheel of
Jaetace ta mot ton. aad aaeaa griat has
heea grafted oat.
Yesterday Geo. W. Brown, for sUa-
potlng of mortgaged property, was
round guilty aad was boaad over la
am of ttf)0. The boad was
Ijtwreace 01 vent, charged with the
larceny of a horse, wae foe ad gatsty
If yon have not investigated 'awl tansa4 over to the aura of lieeo.
-;n v . ;i , ,o!la default of the proper aereUee he
;uu niu eC outnicvtt a-v occ
what swell turnouts the IIol
land & Colson Livery Stable
bfii. Every bocuy ie new and
np to date. Everv hore ii a
safe, stylish driver.
We ask you to come around
and give us a trial.
waa committed to tail.
Some boada wre approved, several
warraata Issued aad other auaor af
fairs were attended to.
All the grocers are aatllaa; Sun-
shin now every day aad every hoar.
Phone 338, South Washington St.
R. B PLEMMONS, Prop.
Regular Meals Short Orders
Open Day and Nieht.
Main St. Near Union Depot.
132 head of two year-old steers.
23 bead three-year-old steers.
25 bead cows. See
Uinton Ahkam,' Berwyn, I. T.
. . .lour bunk account
9 lbs. Arbucklo Coffee $1
18 lbs. Granulated Sugar.. $1
Potted Ham, 10c size C
Salmon, 2 canv.
Everything else in proportion
W, E. PICKERING,
North Caddo Street
THE ELECTION TOMORROW.
Much Interest It Centered in the
Retult By fee Chlekauw.
Th an-beorMag them of the day
what wilt be the oatrome of U
electaoa toeaorrow la the Chtckmeaw
The resell of the etecUoa la the
Choctaw Xatloa. ta watch MeCanata
defeated U eater, the at-treaty
caadssaU. aroaaas aa faierest amoag
y that the aettf-treaty people ta
the Chickasaw Nataoa wlU ahw be
Tree, the Byrd aeaa are ta the aa-
jortty tusaad here, yet there U aa
oat ward e&taaaeea la the demeaaar of
the Maeelr maa whleh daaasas a coa-
ce of rictory for atetr selected
A boat forty Chtekaeaw voters from
this eecetfcsa left that moraiat; over
the east boaad Cheetavr for Oaklaad
to caat their rotas ax the ilecUoa to
be held there t a arrow also to at
the Boeafceatfar eaa
which will be held there toaltjht.
It t adssittaa, however, by
the Byrd itad Moaetr saaportarn that
tk't eiectloc wtB be deee aad UnU
neither side haa aary raw sen for claim
tag a cinch.
A prominent Byrd sapporter this
mornlae; gavw oat the feilowtea; fore
Plckeas eosjatT, Brrd majority 40
Paaola coanty, aaeall majority for
Poatotoc cooatjr. Byrd majorttr 0
Tlahemlago coaatr. Vyri majorltr
Soma of the Byrd mea claim a ma
Jorlty of 1M la the four counties.
A fall rote of the Choctaw Nation
maa dsee to 4M. Of this number
Picks ac eoaaty hae S roles.
It la almost safe to eay that with
the election of the governor the rati
acatloa or rejection of the' treaty will
POSTOFFICE BUSINESS CROWS. , jfe jfeAjJ
Annual Trantaction of Department
Amount to 400 Million.
Waehaactes. Aug 11. T! money
order baelaeee of the postoCW de-
aartaseat win show. October 1. x Bet
laereaee of about afty artlUoa doilars
derteg the flseal year eadlag Jaae
20 The laareaee is the last prevtoaa
year waa thirty-alae million dollars.
The total a nana I baelaeae of tie ,r-
tern will be aot far from 4o million
dollar. Assuming even the tmall
rata Of M cents to the U00 as aa aver
age fee. H wM be reea that this means
aa aaaaal tecome far the sovernmvat
of lOOOjaaa. Sitpsriateleat Mack en
beUevas a large iacrasee la money
order haalansn has- eorae about
through exteaatoos of the rural free
dell very system. He Is agnrtng on
haviac the rwr&l carriers aot oaly cath
money ordaxx aad aarrj- reauesU for
them. wtah. ah asoaey to terminal
pottos? cea. but draw aad sell orders
oat Of bwad at Ota fartoer't door
Mid-Summer s Prices
Tou Hare often bearJ of them, haven't you.'
And yon hate always understood that they are
Very Low Pilces, but did you ever realize that
"Mid-Summer Prices" admit of Just as many
different Constructions as there are different
Shoe Stores? We have inaugurated a sale of
shoos for Men, Women and Children at "Mid
Summer Prices.' And, in this instance, It
means that your shoes will cost you Just a
little mere than half what you paid for them
30 days apo.
'the shoe maim.
? 7 J
OUR SODA WATER MENU.
The Package In Lead.
You like the Idea of "Original
Package" Tea. It carries you
straight to the plantation. It puts
you In touch with the planter. The
package may be bandied by a hun
dred persons, en route from China,
subjested to all sorts of abuse and ex-
posuie, yet the contents are fresh.
clean and pure. That's one reason
for the great popularity of Chase &
Sanborn's "Original Package" teas.
The lead form, hermetically sealed.
retains the full strength, flavor and
aroma. It is the Identical tea of
China or Inda as they drink It there
Sold by Jake.
Cone to the Markets.
Kd Ringer has gone to the markets
to make an extensive purchase of
genu furnishing goods. Year by
ear his stock grows larger and be
comes more exclusive until If you
are well dressed, it follows as night
the day, that you did your buying at
Rincer's. Not only is Mr. Tllncer's
store popular in Ardmore, but for the
last two seasons the young men In
adjoining towns who insist on tho
proper drees have been trading at
this store. Everybody feels an inter
est In his purchases for the fall and
r Rvary maa who takes the
proper pride In lilt wearing ap-
parel owns an Initial Necktie.
The assortment here wilt
please you. ED. RIKGBR.
5- -5- ' -5- 4-
Two Bales Today.
two new bales of cotton were on
our streets this morning. One be
longed to Jim Bllllnas and brother.
who live nine miles eaat of bare. The
bale weighed (M 'pounds, classed as
strict middling and brought 8 coats
The other bale waa la the seed aad
wclghod 1T3S pounds. It belonged
to F. T. O'DanleL who lives tat
ml lot south of Brock. He sold it for
" rontt per pound.
Love in work
If you put Iovb Into roar work you cot
- tMtiar reulta. Men who make iho'rs.itn
ad woalil rather plow corn duo't turn out
We loe our work; our picture ibow It.
It liar yoa to have ua take them,
while yoa ami your (rlemlt are together
n.1re aa make yoo a group plotnre.
. S. S. COLE,
Studio over Rtailaira Store.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR 8ealed
proposals marked "Proposal for
liuiiding Darn," wilt be received at
itio office of R. W. Dick, In this city,
until 3 p. m. of Thursday, August
n. Itn2, for famishing materials,
building aad completing an earth
dara, Involving handling about at
"j cubic yards of earth; also clear
ing aad grubbing about forty acres
of land. Plana and specifications
may be seen at said office on aad
after Monday, August 11, 1902. Bach
bid must be accompanied by a (Wi
lled check for the sum of 1750 as a
guarantee that the Mdder will en
ter Into and execute the contract If
awarded to htm. Blank forms on
which to make proposals furnished
to bidders. No specifications for
distribution. The right is reserved
to reject any or all bide.
R. W. DICK, Mayor.
Atteat : 0. II. BRUCE, City Clerk,
0I1WBTER B. DAVIS.
Orer llonner St Donner'aMrug store.
Rooms 1 ami 2 between Dra. von Kellur and
No Work lor Negroes.
DAGGAGE called for and deliv
D ered to all trains day or night.
Reliable, first class service. Check
er ou all trains. Phone 1G4.
J. S. KOWLES.
The Mllburn wagon has but few
equals ami no superiors. They are
strong and serviceable, and our
terms are all that could he asked.
WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO.
For closed carriage, 'bus or bag
gago wagon. Meets all trains day
nljhL Phono 112. f
G-ltn. LIGHT & THOMPSON,
Every family in Ardmore should uao
ono quarter's worth of Sunthlno Soap
to seo what It is. 11-8.
Leraen Pbosphate, Pise Apple,
Wild Cherry Phosphate. Vanilla.
Dr. Pepper. Llme-Ade,
Ginger Ale, Lemon Splits, Cherry,
Grape Jelce, Cake and Celery.
Seltzer and Lemon,
Lltbia Water, SelUer, Plain Soda,
Vichy, Vichy and Phosphate.
All Mads of egg drinks, the pret
tleat parlor ia the South aad the
service the best that is.
Ardmore'B Greatest Confectioner,
There will be a call meeting of camp
No. 32, Woodmen of tho World. Tues
day night, Aug. 12, at 8 o'clock, for
the purpose of initiating candidates
and acting on applications, etc.
J. N. MORGAN, C. C.
ED SANDLIN, Clerk.
Ardmore Drug Co.
Lon M. Frame, Druggist.
Pure Drugs and the finest line
of Cigars in the city.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
New sweet potatoes,
New Irish .potatoes,
Plenty Creamery butter,
Early Jaae peas.
Barrels of Ginger snaps.
Pure White oottoleae
Bell Farm Apple bnUar,
Llbbyi ohlapad beef.
Blaake's high grade coffee.
Whole WHEAT biscuit,
and every thing eleo good to eat
at PORTER STA.PLK6.
. The Red -Headed Grocer
"Phone ST. 10-3t
GRIPS Select the one you want
They are all handaoras and
you'll never mist the price.
Wrong Size Cartridge.
Last night Jack Wiles was arrest
ed and put in the calaboose by the
police. He was drunk and bad Just
accldently exploded a 41 Winchester
cartridge, the powder and perhaps
parts of the shell, taking effect in bis
The cause of this accident, the offl
cer torn as ne nan learned it, was
that Jack borrowed a Winchester to
go hunting, and then bought some
cartridges to shoot. The caliber of
the gun was 33-100 of an inch while
the cartridges were 44s. Jack. In
trying to make the cartridge go In
anyhow, exploded it, with the above
Jack waa placed in the calaboose
aad Judge Gait fined him 17.40 this
morning for drunkenness.
all at PORTER STAPLES,
The Red-Headed Grocer,
-pone 57. , lost
Sunshine Soap la In
bare been reading about.
Oue marriage license was issued
today Charles label! and Ruth Per
ryhouse, both of Powell, were grant
ed perraleeiun to marry.
Will Maintain Law.
Deputies Wllheraon and Bridges
have been detailed to Tishomingo
and Hanson aad Evana to Oakland to
uphold Uncle Sam's laws at the elec
tion at those two places tomorrow.
: See A. Parks, the :
M-irhlcv Mm flnnftp.
illUl Lit illUU UFf W J
5 ite Court House.
Lost or Stolen.
Near my farm at old Mill creek, ono
russet colored pocketbdok containing
two 10 bills and my transportation
cards. A liberal roward will bo paid
for return to me at Ardmore.
3-tf. CHAS. D. CARTER.
3 R.A.R1NER, the Grocer,
Carries Feed and ' Groceries
Corner Caddo and Broadway
Arutnoro,. 1. a.
:lf II ins'tan Eastman It isn't a Kodak,:
The Eastman Kodak.
2 UAL IT Y
OMBIXES EVERY GOOD QUALITY
and eliminates the bad. In travelinir -
hunting, fishing and all forms of otttlik
dood life, a camera that takes porfectWtf
pictures is the photographic ideal.
the science of photography advances,)
kndnkorv hnrnmps mnrp nnnnlnr. nml
you can't feel perfectly at ease among yottr
friends unless 3-011 own an Eastman Kodak. hor
SOLO O N 1Y E3 V-
BONNER 8c BONNER,
Ardmore, - Ind. Te
$4,000,00 in Prizes for Kodak and Brownie Pictures,
R. T. DALLAS g
the reliable Grocer best in ?
the city. Prompt delivery. ?
Phone 116, orth Oaddo St.
ah occupation taxes are now ,-iast
due. Parties who have not paid same
are revested to do so at once.
W. R. ROBERTS.
11-3L Assessor and Collector.
Grocery Business for Sale.
A good grocery business for sale in
the town of Sulphur. I. T. The best
stand. Cash' sales average !M per
day. Stock $1200 to $1300, clean and
newj. Reason for selling, prase of
other business. Address Harper &
Wribt. Sulphur. I. T. 31-UL
Freab garden seed at E. B. Pugb's.
LAMPS GIVEN AWAY!
Beginning Auguat 1, I will
away to the family r"r-having
niot b-end of me, for the next d
ty days a fine, beautiful red lanl
an ornament to any parlor. Call
see it. '
Photographs Given kit
Will also give one to tho hoteB
restaurant purchasing the rm
bread of me, a nice parlor lamp.
will also give ono dozen cabJ
I use the best Hour. Ev. rt!H
sell is first-class. Respectfully,
Leave bus and carriage ra. s pi
City Livery Stable. Phon- 2
IMm T. B. CATiii
J, H, SPIEGLE,
Chamber of Commerce Committees.
The following standing committees
have been appointed by the Ardmore
Chamber of Commerce:
Finance J. A. Bivens, C. L. Andcr
son, J. A. Madden.
Manufacturing and mercantile In
crests C. R. Jones, J. n. Pennington
J. K. P. Campbell.
Public highways Max Weethelm-
or, L. B. Roberson, W. S. Wolvorton,
A. H. Palmer, H. 11. Pennington.
Advertising Slg Simon, T. N. Col
man, Orin Red field.
Railroads, etc W. A. Ledbetter,
P. M. Gates, John L. Gait. W. P.
Whlttlngton, 0. L. HerborL
Agriculture J. B. Boone, John P.
Easley, J. S. Mullen, M. Munzas
liolmcr. Monibershlii C. L. Byrne, It. W.
Dick, Don Lacy.
Entertainments John L. Gait, A.
y. Doak, E. W. Roberts.
House IL W. Dick, W. A, Wolvor
on, A. C. Young.
Arbitration C. L. Herbert, Lee
Cruce, D. E. Allen, , P. Poland, J.
SIDNEY SUGGS, Pres.
C. L. BYRNE, Sec'y.
A tborooKb, praetlcal tralntnc sebool, complete and dd to date In every departn
Day ana nlEbt 1011001 tbe entire year. Dar pnpin attend night school without
ebarce. Taltion IT.M ner month or 5lu for anllmlted scholarship. Board 110 toil
per month. No vacation. Pupils may enter at any time. Ererypopllls placed on!
merits and may adTance as rapidly as his ability will permit. Thoronsh training
.shortest time consistent with elficlenoy. Hoferences Any bank or bnslnoss Urn
Oalnesrtlle. For cittloc'iO address Jp
O. P. 8ELVIDOE' (A. U., President, Gainesville, 7ei)
The Closing Out of ALL SUMMER GOOIf
. . .Still continues until August 1G to make v
For Our New Kali Good
which are now on the way
5000 yards printed Lawns, were Gc now, nj'nrd, 3l
12 different styles ladies Shirt Waists at 50c on the
Ladies' and misses' Slippers, all styles and sizes
actual cost. &
Men's and boy s Straw Hats at one-half the' form
Give ua a call as all Summer Goods must be closed outat ot;
Will, Save You, Money.
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