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Did You Eyer Buy any Shoes
From Lynn? If not, we know that you are among the "new comers" to Ardmore, and we invite you to visit our store. One Price to Everybody. Every Pair of Shoes Guaranteed. Same Courteous Treatment to All. XLOSKI OPERA HOUSE, i LOAH nci GOLDS CURED Jan, 5 J OtfB WEEK OOMMEXCLNG MONDAY". 1 A2f L'JTHER KICK VAN DECLARES THEM PRACTICABLE. Any cold can be cured in a day. if you ftart curing the first day. Can be done with a simple remedy which does nothing but good. There are other cares that sometimes cure, but none so safe and prompt ae Efefl Tyctfif Stock Cosp3ir j luatt Hit Aoaaal Report OAd Line B i aad Lia Oooctrr. Are SaM t S In &ed Fasasolat the ta Is Rt&mvi Jtepavtotre tad Spoilt)-- Toanrk. Jaaa Dillem Qrras Ooaeedy. Wanted, the Earth : aaaitbiy. bat perfec. Haw It U Daae. Join our long List of Well Pleased Customers for 1003. LYNN, THE SHOE MAN. seat part la tbe pttTit . slags. Jaaae C ai ef m tteceea1 u m M g tar DELEGATES AT HOME. Eejijeii C!-tn Ertr Held f Two Territories. TVs r4marr to the OaJt 1 eei CM mriatiea letetd TbT U'leKt K a brtac k brgoert (NTMIa er heM ie 0 t terrt tertea. Okmhwaaa CKy warn wmOttmt tm ber rfioru to taav tbe irifaate a Boo Um TVMlMrIM- , MlMl BMf t F LHIIMIII .11 lbU S aaaitbiy. bat perfect in y pre S TBrl Tbr V iiaraMlilJ bM Mp J 'araae n ii aaaft met bt mm J Um hmhi ta tbe aftw il It k i imOmiM the laaitmi x psol JaCessem Ostjr. M, C Tie aa Ml rer art af I aaa ii HiIimh tm- OMiaaaai City MrrlMr kaaaaar mat bu UrtaUi. ft. dMi aiKHiiw bobr "oi'K ETHEL ' Shines Forth The Stub & Getta Piano -Cannot be Hidden It improves aa time advances, and the New Year Finds it Better Than if Uao I aot Yaar I HUH II II UO LUtl I UUI i and Superior in Maoy Ways to Any Olhr In strument Sold at Their Price. if the style or the price of this is .not suitable, we have many other i'lanoa at all fignres from $S50 to $300. ; E. B. LUKE, Wett Mln St. Ardmore, I. T, ONE LIVE DOLLAR is worth Several Dead Ones. Most Every' Farmer has More or Less Old Iron, Brass or Copper Linc Around His Premises. This is all worth something, and but very little trouble to gather it uo. When coming to town bring it to my place ot business on Cad do street, at the El Kino Whole sflle House and I will pay you the market price for same. Look this matter up and turn this dead plun der into live dollars. Yours truly, - The Kl Pino O. BATES. M NICHOLSON, u Oror Bonoer & Bconefa'dnir tier. Boomi 1 u X Wta Dr. too Keller and rol.ou. No Work lor Nctroei. J)R. RAWLES ANDERSON, DENTIST. "Fillings of broken down teeth a specially. All work solicited and guaranteed. NO WORK FO NIXJKOES. Office, Wbeeler Bldg. Ardmore- BANNER 8 A LVC ttie moat healing salvo In the wort. , Dentist If you wih to avoid cold altogether, keep thi- remedy on hand jnd you can stop the ld almost with the lirct sneeze. But if a cold gets hold of you in the absence of the remedy, get a package a quickly as you can and shorten the attack. M'ney back if you want it a F. J. Ramsey, Druggist, Owar Ct4e lf DON'T JOIN ANY Book Club Until You See Homer Boyd. He has a better plan than any other offered, : Boyd & Reed Tucker Hat a Say. A great many of the buisJness xaHnr Ardraorp hare been informal that I wa Rotnc to quit iprinklln the trets aad I bes to say that I am sot I talked with every aa frai wbom I oolkcta a4 eacfe aa taM m to go ahead as tHttal aad tkey ifMM pay s as they had 1b tk past Juat a soon as thoy aro tc- qaJrd I wilt pt on different prisl: lrm . F. G. TUflKER. Mrs. M. M. Edmltton Dead. Mrs. Bdralstoc. wife of AUoraey M M. KdMMoa ol tbts dlf dlod Sbdar4 eanilK at Evroka Springs asd fcarted today at Pert Smith. Mrs. Bd BsUtoB had be a log aad. aUant saffaror witk ookwrnntioB add want. vter u Swieka Springs a lew Booths ago la too hope of getting relief. So wa bora In Ponn Yan, New York in 1SSC. and. her home had been In Vint ta for the last seven oi eight yea hi. Sho was a oonslxtent naombor of the ri"1stian church. Vlifa Chieftain Foley's Honey nnd Tat l'-hlldr'n.ft.iwr. Nn opiate Call and get prices at Uulard's China Hall beforo you buy. 10-lm. Dehlad the Sceaea. "Hurry up, nowland," called the lead Jag lady, "the people are mad because we are keeping them waiting. Then I will not go on at all," etorm 'ed the heavy tragnlUiR. "Why notr "HecauMi I refute to play to a nid hoiue." Chicago News. . ' A 5rlr Klldrnt Kr(. "rtiue wax." Mkl the tramp sadly. "when I owdm! a Wg pJantattoR." "Vou M-em to have a good deal of real estate on your hao4 yet.1 repHrtl the woman of (he bun-, eajliac and aaroavtte ye upon bk grlray pawt. VatUlnton TInmml He who Is fh-e to pre tci daty breaks a thread la the bwwi aad will tee the defect when tk weavtag ot a Hfetirae It uarotltel Stop It. A neglertrd coagk or f old ssay lead to serious broncklal or loag troaMes. f)oa't take baoree when Foley's Hon' ay and Tar afford perfect security Irotn serious effects of a cold. Sow by Ilooaer tt Bonner. Robinson's Hall. Openinp: Dance Friday Night. Ardmore Orchestra. South Washington tit. . tw urW a .f a ee at tartajibaj tb pear hast ctaaad. wheal ! . .Notei- skew tb ta b. bt peed laaelikm , Comaatbe lafjaatai Tejte Mr. Hlekaaaa does at Uk tfe e bA bamrfekir kM tb biiulaUoa j peimOT anirbnioai. bamviw.' aa4 . Onwh! tk OJtfcaawr Ikt. ; cMcaratax tkc k ka tkfc b Mf: as b oa latrw a1 taa as irr-! ' Xka , taiaali an m aiabM i ? ' om-' jsUboat aaMaL aaa tbatr linn ilii i CklHraiki iras (bo beat utawatatea ton tm tto two aadoas. thxr csjl fat ad Tr!- artiMiaw i by tbeir aa4 attrmrt4 wi tk aaabta mi4 dwM, oat jot year yW" iBKM- sUtateaMr alx aeaa a4 a ihaJf Oe lo awtJiLl tttraaigh tbe I pfiactpkf iHiiiii. W A. LaebaUar at Xzmmut tcu gtreu x pbve c Um coanaktaa an re- L'ntkrella Mt In poet aee toaby Saaday. Jan 4. U can be bad ky proper proof aad payssaat for tats ao- Uc. D. RBBF18U). PM. DEADLY FIGHT. Land Ditoute Retults In a Fatal Duel Cote Brady Killed. Special 'Phone to the Ardsorette. uonnerTtHe, i. i Jan. . As a re sult of a dispute over the ownership of sotae land, east of Pontotoc yes terday. Cote Brady was killed and Tom Kelley seriously wounded. n is ajBsosi inpoeetDie to get U a tnj story of the affair, bt the one given the most credence here Is that an Indian naed Seoley, who claimed to own the disputed land, had rented same to an old man named Goff. The latter has sold the stalk field to Tom IMgxers. wko has pat his cattle In the aVId. Ytardar Cote Brady. Tpm lley and another party Veat to the place over which the dispute had aris en and foaad Scaler. Goff -aad Drig r. thor. tt Is reported that all six of the men were armed, some with v.Ktole. some .with wiaeaestors and the others with shot goas. Brady began tearing down the rail feaee around lb- plaeo for the purpose of drirtsg aat Driggers' cattle. Driggers told klm to stop and -that if he took off another rail of the f sc be would shoot him. Brady replied, "You are a d m Har," and palled off another rail. As this was done, some one, su posed to hare been Driggers. began shooting. Brady wa shot dead and Keiley wonnded. Four sttlrrel shot entered bit knee and two struck him in the hip He Is now In a serious condition and may die. It is reported that Goff and Driggers have gone to Ada to surrender for tho killing. All the parties connected with the matter Hvo In the vicinity of Ponto toc. The Onl' Kareptlon. "She's onustmlty eoucioitioui, you aayr "Ye. rHiltiM: evi hi the tHMSllo&t de tails of life." "Able to reel"! awy vrt ftf H teiupte' tltmr "Untiuesttonably." 1 "Has ska ever bvw to Huroper The ckampkm of woman looked star tied. "Oh. well." he mM. "of course. If sbo had a ckance to Movable a few gowns Uto the couDlry. why why that's a different matter." Cbtcago Pott Tlir lire, nnd the Temper. Tbetv are experts ua the eyes who bold fctoatly to tk tkeory that troubles ta vMoo often case serioas laiss from a wall ordered life a moo; fall drea and that aUealiileacc. Ill temper, craetty. waatoa deUroctivencM and kyeterica are freqaeotly dae among yoana-ietcrt lu aberntlkxt and to all menu hick affect tke ese of stgkL Sack a theory mwy apfweu t W a lied ft far an lo M almowt a tad yet tbert may Im- tMnetkmg ta M. Tlr Aurhor. "Sallcww art- awfal fergetat. ain't the T atLed tittle HM "Why. wkMt MMkam you think tbatr lauulred her jfi. jseeaiM- t-very time they leave a place Uuybavs to weigh their anedpr. j If they wt-rwi't forgetful, they'd re- s atemtMr the wsut" Exchange. Bulard's China Hall Is closJnget to ,i)tilt business. 10-lm. stake aotbiaz; nwea yt tke wwikag of Usee, aad every aaoatk ber saaM pay oa am eoatraet far tak ing care af km saaaB laveebmest i hick aasaaaaaaax far eapaatcs. aat ef kiek the arzaalaert of the sebeaBe ezpeet ta reap mack areat. The oacy hope af beaeat beM oat the mtrnhmr to that he may some times be akle to borranr tke face rahte ktR coaUact aad repay tke loan hy ssaall moatkly payment, vitbeat ta- tereet. He mast keep up kts paymesU tadeaattety aad aet Ume Is fixed at which he can demand tke pritrtteg ot a Mas: the eaiiy mataritr of Ms contract depends upon the samher of members who are tadeeed to go into tat coeeern after him, and who keep P their raymeats. "Tke increase of membership re quired to mature such cos tracts vlth ia a reasonable time is each as to ren der the entire scheme Impracticable. The only way to figure up on V au thority of sack a contract is to divide into the par value of the contract the monthly payments to bo made to the loan fand by such contract before a loan is nude upon iL This will give the levd at which all members can se cure their loan. It doe not matter to the lait man at what rate the holder ot a mature or borrowed contract may repay his Joan, for the larger his monthly payments the sooner he ceas es to pay. If the company has a payment of a dollar a month to the loan fund on each Jl.eO contract, so ene paying more than that amount to the loan fuad. there can he no eeestion thai the level at which leans can he made Is 1.000 months, or eighty-three and one-third years. The mas who carries his roe tract until it reaches this level wiu get his 10 .at a cost to him of M.010, allowing Interest oa the moBev he Inveeu at the rate of four per cent per annuoi. He enters tete a copartnership and renders htmseK liable for mistakes and errors of lodgment and guaran tees the responsibility of a manage meat In which ho can have no Tart and as to whose solvency ho knows nothing. It has be-on demonstrated times without numbor that losses oc cur In the most conservatively manag ed loan companies. How, then, can a concern that buys property upon an In stallment basis, which certainly can not be done so cheaply as if bought for cash, and leans tho full amount paid for the property, taking in return a monthly payment In most cases low er than the rent, oxpect to escape ruinous losses ? "It has never been done, and the possibility of Its being done Is not offered by these companies as now constituted." The Ardmore Ice Co. sells rdrnore coaL 'Phone In your order. 2-tf Uncle Joe Mulkey Sick. Uncle Joe Mulkeys friends will rc grot to learn that he has recently been very slefc at his home at Wilson. Good medical attention and tho close attention of friends have greatly re lieved him and he Is now recovering. To My Cuttcmers and Friends. I have moved my shop from Ram soy's drug store to J. J. Stolfa's tailor shop. West Main street, where I am prepared to do all kinds of repair work oa abort notice and at lowest prices. I. BOG Kit, S-1J. Watchmaker and Joweler. Darling stoves fuel savers. 4-tf. HAL.L.& HILMS.. No trouble to. own a good gun. Wll Hams, Cornn L. Co. hare made tho buy Ing easy. Indies Aid boojety of the FlfsjtBa- itai cnurca' win, serve oyttcrs'' next Friday night at the home of Mrs. L. K. Marston, corner Second ave. and II street northwest 7-3t The Herald In a few days will receive a big shipment of spring shoes right from their factories. Jr A. Leather wood, Agt. V 1 SIlllSllElffliMIUO Hardware, . Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Guns, Ammunition. Ardmore, Gainesville, Marietta, Wynnewood. e ALMA. Special Correspondence. . Alma, L T., Jan. 5. Christmas holi days passed off hero with no fatalities. Ruff Stinnett, a student in the Alma school, and who had his leg broken by being thrown from a horse six weeks ago, was removed to his home three miles north of town today. Ben Truett and family recently from Texas but now living near Loco, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Mller of tys place. J. W. Scott entertained a number of his friends at his home near twn on Christmas day. It being the occasion of his forty-fourth birthday. fJX had a good Ume and wish Mr. Scott many returns of Christmas day. Alma literary and debating society was organised ten weeks ago and has met eaeh week since. Interest has been sustained all along and we ex pect to continue for several weeks. Of ficers for this term are: J. M. Tha gard. president; J. M. Miller, vice president: Sanferd Woods, secretary; Mies ReUa Griffin, treasurer; Marvin htnedy, critic. Alma fccbool, conducted by Valen tine Perkins, atendance ot forty-five pupils. Two new school houses have re cently been built, ono about two miles north and the other about two miles south of Alma. School has opened at each place with about thirty pupils. One is being taught by Race Tipton and the other by Miss LuraMc Henry. Educational interest is sadly lacking In this community. O yes, we havo a new barber A. rf. Kenedy. Mrs. Kenedy recently pre sented him with a big glrU Rev. Hamilton of Loco filled his reg. nlar appointment hero at tho Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Wm. R. Threlkeld of this placo Shoe Co., has been in SL Louis several months attending lectures, e Dr. J. T. Speace, who practiced here last year, has returned to his old home in Tennessee. A. O. U. W. Regular meeting tonight at K. of P. hall. Initiations and business ot im portance. Members are requested to attend. Visiting members aro cordial ly invited to be presenL A. LOWEN'STEIN. Recorder. W. R. ROBERTS, M. W. Leave bus and carriage calls at City Livery Stable. Phone 27. IWo T. B. CATHET, Ardmore coal la 100 per cent, bet ter than It was last year. Order It from the Ardmore Ice Co. 2-tf Crowded with furniture and scllL-vg eheap. 4-tf. HALL & HILLIS- Rag Carpets. I am better prepared thnn ever to wcavo your rag carpet, , MRS. Q. A. MUELLER. 1127 Sth Ave. N. W.. Ardmore I. T. 19-dwlm Swap your old furniture for new goods. 4-tf- HALL &. HILLIS. To Cure a Cold In One Day Tako Laxatlvo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets. All druggists refund tho monoy If It falls to cure. E. V. Otovo'b signature Is on each box. 25c, To mako your homo complete and your kitchen nont aud comfortable you need only a Garland stove, J. 11 .SPRAGINS & CO. Foley's Honey Tat cures colds, prevents pncumoal.