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The Shooting Tournament between the
above towns will take place at
OK, SATURDAY, September 13
at 2 p. in. at City Park. Sweepstake shooting
Friday and Saturday beginning at Oa.m.
each day. One ticket admits to both days.
C. D. CARTER
J. B. SPRAGINS
W. P. POLAND
J. H. HAVENS
P. B. CONLEE
J. B. WALL
S. M. TORBETT
T. B. WILLIAMS
D. E. ALLEN
E. W. ROBERTS
Comfortable seats for everybody. You
will see the best shooting you ever witnessed.
One Fare For Round Trip From
all Towns in the Territory
Proceeds of the shoot are donated to
the Ardmore Benevolent Association. Tick
ets are for sale at the usual place, or through
any member of the Benevolent Society or
W. G. KENDALL & CO. J
Tho most complete grocery
in the city- J.
Phono No. 2. $
H-H-M- ! '
j Private Boarding House.
t Tho best of tablo board and a fow
cholco rooms can bo secured at No.
318 North Washington street.
17-lm. MRS, BUCHANAN.
My now fall goods aro arriving
dally. Now styles In street hats,
veiling, otc. Call and neo mo.
-I 7-lm: MnS. LILA II. IIOMAK.
It Is a Bargain.
I offer for sajo, cheap, my homo on
tho holghtB In the Watklns addition;
j4-room houso, 2-story barn, three lotB,
a variety of peaches, grapes and her
rlos, splendid water, not a moro dcslr
jablo location in Ardmore.
17-lm. J. J. STOLFA.
!1 Carries Feed and Groceries
j!5 Corner Caddo and Broadway
Ta Ardmoro, I. T.
el You will never find a bettor wagon
than tho Bain,
Sold by SpraglnB &
W. J. B ROWN
West Main St., Ardmoro, ! T.
T. N. COLEMAN
THJE LEADING DRUGGIST.
Correct Dispensing of the Purest Drugs
ED BERO, JR.
G. R. WHITE
F. L. WATTS
O. H. PEAK
L. J. PIERSON
L. V. DARROW
C. T. PARKS
M. J. RASHBACH
A Barn party will bo given by tho
ladles of ' tho Broadway McthodlBt
church next Thursday night at tho
Laldlaw Lumber Yards. Everybody
1b Invited to spend a short tlmo with
them and mako It an enjoyablo affair,
Thoro will bo refreshments of various
kinds served, and a small admission
fco will bo charged.
YOU WANT 'EM.,
WE HAVE 'EM.
A good dimension, cypress shingle
for $1.45 tho thouand.
4-tf. HOUSTON BROS.
Mrs. Katherlne Peeples, Pianist.
Pupils prepared for conservatory
courso or educated Independently.
Studio, First Presbyterian church nn
Five-inch cypress shingles good
ones for only fl.4G wHIo they last.
4-tf. HOUSTON BIIOS.-
500 dozen caps, worth from 35c to
75c choico for 25c . Tho aro in
man's boys' and children's sizes.
Lcavo bus and carriage calls
City Livery Stable iPhono 27.
11-lm T. B. OATHEY,
DAGGAGE called for and deliv
u ered to all trains day or night.
Reliable, first class service. Check
er on all trains. Phono 1G4.
J. S. UOVVLES.
THE COTTON CROPS.
Estimates Made on Crop In Local
Market Betting on 27,000 Bales.
At thin icaiton ot the year' thorp In
always a groat doal of npoculatlon
about tho yield ot cotton. It Is a crop
Hint every man In. the South Is di
rectly concerned In. Thin year tho
farmers claim that tho yield Is cut by
Iry weather from ono-thlrd to ono-
half off of last year's crop, but tho
figures made by locnl cotton men aro
moro encouraging. Hero Is about
tho way tho cotton - men aro
figuring Ardmoro's rccolpts for this
fall. Grant for the sake of oven num
bors that last year's rccolpts wcro
32,000 balos. Deduct from this a
shortago In yield of 20 per cent, leav
ing 25.G00 balos. Deduct from this
amount 3,000 bales cut off by tho rail
roads, leaving a balanco of 22,000. Add
to this, lncroaso In average, 2,400
and the result Is 25,000 balos, tho oh
tlmated recolpts for the season. Some
of the buyers take a moro sangu!n
view of tho matter and have wagored
tho value ot half a dozen balos that
Ardmore's receipts from wagons this
season will amount to 27.600 bales.
The Orlo Club.
Tho Orlo Club will meet with
Mrs. 1). 12. Allen Friday at 2:30 i. m
MRS. B. M. aOFK, Soc'y.
Married In Missouri.
llert H. Farmer, son of Itev. nnd
Mrs. It. C. Farmer, arrived In tho
city yestorday with Mrs. Farmor
whom he married tho first part of tho
weok at her homo In Noel, Mo. Mr,
tanner has purchased a homo on C
Btreot, northwest, and they nre at
homo to tholr friends.
A Revival Meeting.
Thoro Is nn Interesting series of
meotlngs being conducted at the Con
tral Baptist church by Hev. Mr. Na
bors. Thoso who hear this elegant
dlvlno nre delighted wltt? his sermons
and tho crowds are Increasing with
School books, now nnd second-hand,
for sale by J. B. Wnll & Co. Book
Batchol freo to each pupil. Buy your
bookB from us.
10-tf. J. B. WALL & CO.
See the pretty things that J. A.
Loatherwood Is opening up. Not ono
piece of old goods In the house. ll-3t.
Local Growth In Methodism.
Hev. J. W. Sims, presiding older of
this district, returned last night from
a visit to Madlll and Cumberland.
Tho conference year of tho M. II.
church dates from November 1, and
Mr. Sims says that during this year
tho denomination in this district will
add COO members. Tho Methodists
at Madlll are now erecting a hand
Preliminary Details Arranged and
Ardmore's 8chools Ready for Work.
Free schools open Monday and the
teachers aro actively preparing for
the year's work. Every day this week
Prof. Hendrlx has been examining
pupils nnd assigning them to their
proper grades. Tho teachers' meeting
will bo hold Saturday morning and
thoso who havo been absent, during
tho summer aro coming In. . Today
tho Bummor aro coming. Today Miss
NIblack arrived from Tyler, Texas,
Bamberg from Fort Worth. Miss Bcr
tio Eddlcman arrived sovoral days
ago from Texas, where sho spent her
School books, new and second-hnnd,
for snlo by J. B. Wall & Co. Book
satchel freo to eaoh pupil. Buy your
books from us.
10-tf. J. B. WALL & CO.
Here to See the Shoot.
F. M. Faurote, who has a national
roputation as a crack shot, is regis
tered at tho Whlttlngton. Mr. Fauroto
Is interested in tho Parsons-Ardmoro
shoot hero Saturday and will remain
until after that date. L. I. Wado of
Cincinnati Ib also hero to bo preeont
and witness tho Ardmoro amateurs
walk off with tho victory over tho
Snow falling at
OFFERS UP BLOODY SACRIFICE.
"Without Shedding of Blood There Cat)
Be No Remission of Sins."
Genoa, W. Va Sopt. 10. Tho Itov.
Maurice Wilson, who almost covered
his wife's head from hor body with a
razor as ho spoko, "Without tho shed
ding of blood thero can bo no remis
sion of sin," was found today In tho
woous a, row miles from homo. Ho
waa bo exhausted that ho could not
speak. Ho had had no fopd sinco tho
commission of the crimo Saturday
morning, Ho is unquestionably insane
and will not bo taken to Jail. Ho Is
4- -J- -fr -t 4 -3 S
! ! 4
Dr. Walter Dick Is here from Cor-
Dr. J. 1. Fann Is at Herwyn this
Mrs. Philips has returned from
S. S. Hall of Denton Is a visitor to
I B. 11. Shoaror was horo today
Dr. William S. I'onnoil mntio a uubi-
ness trip today to Doughorty.
Mrs. S. A. Douglas returned tins
morning from a visit to Gainesville
Chas. W. Boll Is In tho city nfter a
bUBlnoss trip to the eastern part of
Mrs. S. J. Kennoy of (Jninosvlllo is
in tno city, Hie guost or .Mrs. J. u.
S. T. NliKe Is nt home from n
buslnoss trip to Shawneo and uwa-
Mrs. H. II. Smith of Ada Is In tho
city, tiie guet ot nor dtiugnier, .Mrs.
J. F. Bledsoe.
Krret Iuulap It at home from n
visit with his parents at Thorp
W. M. Conley ot Damn was horo
todny. He soys cotton is already
half picked out.
James Kelley, hnrdwnre merchant
ot Dallas, was here on buslnoes yos
Mr. and Mrs. C Dunn and baby
have returned from their Bummer w
cation in Denver, Colo.
T. L. Smith wont to Oklahoma City
lost night to ntteud the races nt tho
Oklahoma City fair.
John Hnynle, who has been bore
visiting his sick sister, Mrs. J. II.
Vaughn, returned today to Oklahoma.
(Jenoral and Mrs. J. II. Wntklns,
who have been assisting In the volun
toor meeting here, left todny for Ok
.miss .Mary vsetuii or nocKwaii. Tex-,
at. arrived todny -to attume her duties
iib toucher in the Ardmore public
schools this morning.
Mrs. N. J. Williams and children
of Fort Worth arrived in tho city to
day and aro tho guotts of Mr. und
Mrs. K. J. Stilwoll.
Miss Vlrgie King, who has been vis
King relatives In Thomnston, On., for
tho past throo months, will nrrlvo
homo tonight by way of tho C. O. &
C. E .Bowers of SL Francis, Knn.,
wlm rr,r- .,nrr,.. tin,.. l.o l.,. .....
ed with tho Chickasaw townslte com-
iiiioDiuu, uuo uvuu itiiiiniuriuu ui jii'uu
quartern in tins city.
Ieatherman, olllco deputy at
Purcoll, Is horo today. Mr. Leather
man has recently boon to Washington
where ho arrested somo parties who
had formerly lived horo and brought
A. J. Milburn was In tho city today
from Milburn, a new town on tho
Choctaw railroad. Ho says that his
town will soon havo direct railroad
communication with Dallas and Is tho
"coming metropolis" of tho South
W. It. Blnkemore Is at home from
a visit to Buffalo, and Niagara Falls
During his absence ho visited an In-
Btltuto that makes n specialty of tho
treatment of tho vocal organs and ns
a result tho Impediment to his sneoch
Is almost completely removed.
Mrs. James D. Freeman departed
today for Oklahoma City, whoro sho
will visit n brief tlmo beforo leaving
for St. Louis to Join her husband, who
Is thero In tho employ of Hargidlne-
McKItrlck Dry Goods company. Mr.
Freeman will travel for this company
and will probably mako Oklahoma
City his headquarters.
New fall hats at
STAR ROUTE MAIL LINE8.
Ardmore to Ravla.
Leavo Ardmoro 7:00 a. m.
Arrive Provenco 9:00 a. m.
" Durwood 10:10 a. m.
" Earl 11:20 a. m.
" Mannsvlllo 1:30 p. in.
morion 3:00 p. m.
" Ravia. 4:00 p. m.
Leave dally oxcopt Sunday.
Ardmore to Madlll.
xeavo Aramoro 7:00 a. m.
'Arrlvo Hoxbar 10:30 n. m
" Wilson 12:00 m.
- Aicfluuan z:oo p. m.
" Tyler 3:00 p,
" Weaverton 4:00 p,
" Oakland 5:30 p,
" Madlll 6:00 p,
Lcavo daily oxcopt Sunday.
Ardmore to Healdton.
Leavo Ardmoro 6:30 a. m
Arrlvo Lono Orovo 8:30 a. m.
" Howltt 10:30 a. m.
" Hoaldton 12:30 p,
Lcavo daily oxcopt Sunday.
Ardmoro to Simon.
Leave Aramoro ,..6:30 a. m,
Arrlvo Brock 8:30 a, m,
" Cheek 10:00 a. m,
AN INDUSTRY WE'RE PROUD OF.
The Ardmore Coal and Power Co
Placing Their New Machinery
a. visit to the lease ot the Ardmore
Coal nnd Power compnny n few mih'8
met .of town will bring you In con
tact with ft busy scone of Industry that
OK-Kvn g0 far toward making greater
Tho company has two CO-horso pow
er bollors and one 100-horse power
Lnglno roady for tho flro and steam.
Tho machinery houso measuring 30x00
fect and two storlos high, nnd nlso
tho clay shed 30x100 feet, aro each
rt,ftdy for tho roof. Tho machinery,
consisting of a four-mould Hoyd dry
h,rlck press and dry pan with a dnlly
rapacity of 40,000 brick. Is expected
to arrlvo horo within ten davs Af
tor arrlvnl of tho machinery It Is cx
pec ted thnt only two weeks will ho
renulred to cot thn nlant rondv for
the manufneturo of brick.
juit as soon ns tho brick plant Is
completed the compnny will begin
WOrk on the pottery nnd tile plant
The company has u lease on 0CO
acres of land nnd nrn now wnrklnir
fifteen men In the coal mine and the
domnnd for coal Is greater thnn the
supply. Thoro Is no renson why the
company should not prosper nnd a1
tho same tlmo do nn incalculable
tvmount of work. Tho deposit of clay
Ib as lino as there Is In tho United
States and tho supply is prnctlcally
Tho tonchers In tho public schools
will moot in tho olllco of tho miporln
tondont Saturday morning, Sopt. 13
nt 9 o'clock. J. It. IIIJNDIUX,
thing In mllllnory. nt
MHS. JAM ICS,
School books, now nnd second-hand
for snlo by J. B. Wall & Co. Book
Michel rren to naeli mmii. iinv vmi
I books from us.
J. B. WALL & CO.
: .;. .j. .j.
Soo our Illngor Dorby. Evory ono
a stylish hat, ovory ono guaranteed
School lionkn. nmv nml Bivnml.finml
. ' '
for sale hv J. 11. Wall Sr. C.n llnnlf
! .. n) n n
I yookfl from US.
J. B. WALL & CO.
Will Repair Your Shoes.
Plcnso bring your shoes to mo and
havo them repaired. I am a deaf and
dumb boy, but can ploaso you with my
work. First houso west ot Jail on
Main street. PERRY NAIL.
LAMPS 6IVEN AWAY!
Deginnlng August J, I will glvo
away to the family rrfhaslng thn
most bread ot me, for tho next nine
ty days a flno, beautiful red lamp
an ornament to any parlor. Call and
I Will nlso give ono to tho hotel or
restaurant nurchasine tho most
bread of mo, u nico parlor lamp.
Will also glvo ono dozen cabinet
I uso tho best
sell is first-class.
J. H, SPIEGLE,
Over Bonner & rionner's'druc itore.
Booms 1 and J between Dn. von Keller and
No Work for Negroes.
P. & F.
Standard of the World
We carry a fresh
sizes at all times.
ASA'S Titl and
Tin Work, Iron Tanks,'
Tar and Gravel Roof
Near tho Court Houso.
II. A. YOUNOHLOOD, Trop.
Meats dolivored to any part of tho
city. Genuiuo HOT BARBECUE
Blue Front - East Main St.
Electricity now supplies tho old'
out of dato foot power Dental
Engine. No pain now necessary
in preparinf teeth to bo filled. Ev
Ilesidonco Phono 21G.
Office Phono 201.
ARDMORE, - IND. TERj
Five room house,"
hall, two gnlleries,
good storm house,
plenty o f fruit.
, Fence in good re
pair. Bargain if
sold in next few
days. .. Also
some good busi
ness property on
Sonic good office
DOAK & SMITH
Real Estate and Rental Agents
Office Id Roland's China Hall. Mala Sf,
fA5T if 151111111...
Everything: good to eat
French Drip Coffee a specialty.
Your trado solicited, j
KATIE WILLIMSON. Prop
stock of it in all
over 80 ypara of age.
" Simon 12:30 p. m.