Deadlock on Bloomers.
Vhiio struggling f'T sfachool.Okla
hotiiA RianJn dlvllwl over the qu-tlon
sIm'I Klrl tmlir at territorial
nrJ.fvN wfr bloomer? Oornrnor For-Bti-Kiti
ha ! No' ' and pan'
inn rfliHi 11. ' .i-- norma! s' li l
!iai" Minn ' i i i '. Yc'' As an
nul of ill ' ' toiiti'1 Hon Mr F -r-gUrJtn
rar l'M tin notibrtqiH't. "Old
M''h'r Hn'iiiaril which i-ni!tl- him
Xrt a pla-e in th annals of ilaoK with
Pltrhfork Tillman, "!knt" WUe
and 'IMlu- K-nt" Itaflr. iMtm re
port)! indicant thai wflUment. like the
Kirln' skirt, Ir ntlll divided .
Fnlr atudftnt have worn bloomer
while playing Uankft hall in the gym
nasium. Gor. Ferguson has mustered
tip ilia legislative ami Judicial dignity
to bar tho liloomTs lie should be
uphold In Uils mandate Several gov
ernors recently liavr extended their
protecting Inflnenrv- over dress reform.
There are JfMni'- Millers In execu
tive chairs a Vmtln and Lincoln. If
Toxana wer- ('impelled io wear even
ing l!-s stil'x at tlx- Insiifiirnl ball,
and if fjor. Ml' key '-otivlnowl Ketiraa
ka farmer that evening dress ahould
not be- worn at all. why should not
tlo Ferguson Heroine his executive
brain on Mooumth in the gymnasium?
Oklahoma now ban her own Jenness
Miller, and if fie governor stands pat
in deftllng with r. ali ltrant younr ath
lotos hn ran make a national record
I'Vrgiiso nin Ideax enlighten jfood
ToI:h that dlaoours' upon politics from
Uiu cracker box rostrum in the corner
grocery Oklahoma's governor evi
dently is bound to cut a Wg figure in
morality, ovon If it In a dplier. In his
village of Watongt golf skirts nnd
decollete gowns are In booed. Guthrie
lia no more right to immorality than
Watonsa. oven If It Is capital.
I Is good to see a pure man in pow
er, ono that can poreolvo Impropriety
where others nro blind. Gov. Fergu
son shouM kwp up his crusade, as
hundred of dreadful things survive
In Oklahoma, lie should expurgate
the family lilblos, prohibit judges
from Herring liquor over the bar and
foiled kitchen tables to go barelegged
and prevent the sale of open-work gor
Here's an epitaph for him:
Old Mothor iliibhard
I ut Mowers In the cupboard,
To terminate horrible rumors;
Ho fnstouetl tho lock.
And ho said "What n shock!
"I'vo found that nil posies are bloom
,A. F. and A. M.
ArdjHOre lodge No. 81 A. I,
ft A. M. ttegular meeting on
or before the full moon In
each month at 7:30 o'clock.
A. H. PALMER, W. M.
O. H. IIIIUCB, Set-.
A Mother's Recommendation.
I havo used Clmmberlnln's Cough
Hemi'dy for a number of years and
have no hesitancy In saying that It Is
tho best romody for coughs, colds nntl
croup i lmve over used In my family,
I have not wordH to express my confl
denco in this romody. Mrs. J. A
Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale by
City Drug Store, F. J. Hamsey nnd
Ardmore Drug Co.
It there Is to he any different o
shown In dividing the money taken by
force front' Venezuela It would really
Hot m that the modest and merciful na
tlons si$ hard batik mIiouM be pah
WEAK AND LOW SPIRITED.
A rdmor" eommandery No.
5 ,K. T. n eM first Monday
In every month
W. F. BOWM E. C.
LEB R0BKR8OK Recorder
R. A. M.
Ardmore chapter R. A.
M. No. 11. Regular meet
ing second Tuesday night
in each month at 7: St) o'
clock. Masonic temple.
O. II. BRUCK. H P.
It W. Dick Mayor
II. Mathers City Attorney
John L. Gait Police Judge
O. IL Ilrtiee City Clerk
T. N. Coiemaa Treasurer
V. H. HoberUA-'tecsor and Collector
0. B. Booker Chief of Polite
Bob MoOee City Scavenger
O. E. S.
No.-70 0. B. S. has
regular meeting on
the night of the
fourth Monday In
every month at 7:
MRS. BVA 8NTDER. W. M.
Ardmore lodge No. 9,
I. O. O. P.. meets every
Tuesday 1 night at Odd
Fellows hall at T:M otcloek.
W C. OARDKBIt, N. G.
W. T GARDNER, Sec.
.10 1. O. O. F. meets every
Friday night at Odd Vet
lows hall at 7:30 o'clock.
D T. NIS11HTT. Scribe.
lodge No. SO, 1. O. O.
F moots every Thur
day night at Odd Fel
lows hall at 7:30 o
MRS AGATHA DEVIfiNY. N. G.
U T NISIH3TTSec.
Canton, Ardmore No. 4, Patriarchs
Militant. I. o. O. V., has regular meet
ing on first nnd third Monday nights
lu each month.
D. T. NISBBTT. Com
I. R. MASON. Clerk.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine raMcts. m (VLjf
Seven Mffl1oo boxes sold In past 1 2 months. This Signature,
6a. Two Days.
First Ward J. W. Goiledge, 1. S
Swxmd Ware J. S. MaEen. I. R.
Third Ward C. L. Byrae, Y'. C
Fourth Ward W. T. Gardner. A. C.
PlnBnee-O. 1 Byrne, chalrmiu;
A. C. Young, J. S. Mullen.
Street and Alloy I. R. Best, chair
man; O. L. Byrne, w. T, Gardner,
Pol!:'" C. Kondall. chalrmiu;
I. R. Best, J. S. McCharcn.
Fire W. T. Gardner, chairman; J.
W. Golledge, J. S. Mullen.
Waterworks A. C. Young, ohitr
man; J. S. Mullen, C. U Byrne.
Ordinance J. S. Mullen, chairman;
J. W. Golledgo. W. C. Kendall.
Cometery J. W. Golledge, cLaU
man; W. T. Gardner, I. R. Boat
Sanitary J. S. McCharcn, chair
man; J. S .Mullen, W. C. Kendall, A,
8 o I viS
A WBBBBBBBBBBBBi fT. BBBBBBil ftlflllf i BBS
5 See A. Parks, the
Marble Mao, B St.,
Court House. ?.
, Board of Health.
Dr. J. W. Moffett, city physician;
Drs. S. S. Carr, J. "W. Smith, Walter
Hardy; Mayor R. W. Dick
Ardmore Cnmp No.
33. Woodmen of the
H -1 .1 ... .w.l .. .......... .1
-'rSi-' and fourth Friday
nights lu K. of V. hall
J. N. MORGAN. C. C.
El) SANDLIN, Cleric.
U. S. Navy
Very Low Rates
v i A
The Woodmen Circle meets
night nt 7:30 o'clock lu tho K. of P.
hall. MRS. I. R. MASON Guard.
MRS. 11. P. HVETTS, Clerk .
The Modern Woodmen of America
meet every Monday night In the K. of
hall. J. F. SON.
ERRETT DLNLAP. Clerk.
Call on Agents for Particulars
W. S. Kccnan, G. P. A.
Belle or the Prairie
hive No. 1, ladles of
the Maccabees meets on
the first Wednesday af
ternoon In each month
In the Odd Fellows hall.
MRS. DORA NISBETT,
E. M GOFF,
Keeper of Records.
A Correspondent Thus Describes HI
"I ran strongly recommend Herblno
as a medicine of remnrknble offlcacy
for Indlgenstlnu, loss of nppotltc, sour
tnttc lu tho mouth, palpitation bond
arh drowsiness nftor meals with ills
treeing mental deprosslons anil low
uplrttti. ilorblno must bo n unlrpio
preparation for cases such as mine, for
a few doses ontlroly removed tho com
plaint I wonder at pooplo going on
Buffering or spondlng tholr money on
worthier things whon Horbluo Is pro
curable nnd so chonp." 5c n bottlo nt
AV H. Frame's.
Tho ponson ngonts nre already busy
using iho Ilnnua bill to pension the
darklos for a deal mora thnu It Is
worth to tho darklos.
On Mlnuto Cough Curo gives roljef
in one mmuto ueonuso it kiiis uie mi
rrobc which tickles tho mucous mem
bran causing the cough, ,nnd at tho
sait. tlmo clears tho pblegm, draws
out the lutl'uiinintlou nnd heals nnd
.oothoH tho nnoctod parts. Ono Mln
iito rough Cure strengthens tho lungs,
wuKia off pneumonia nnd Is a harmless
ami never fulling cure In nil curnbia
rami's of coughs, colds nnd croups. Ono
Minute Cough Cure Is pleaannt to
I alii harmless and good alike tor
vmuK and otd. City Drug Store.
Few iieott are setting the world on
tiro these days. If one can rake up a
f.nv tuospooufnls of coal to warm him
ho 1 looked upon as a Shakespeare.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Qulnluo Tablets
All druggists refund the money it It
falU to euro. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 20c.
A lazy man Is always anxious to got
busy when thero Is nothing to do.
Foloy's Honoy nnd Tar Is host for
croup and whooping cough, contains
no onlatos. and ouros quickly. Caroful
mothers Unop It In tho hotiso. Sold by
Bonnor & Bonnor.
Tho Ardmoro Ico Co, sells Ardmore,
coal. 'Phone In your order, ' 2-tf
K. of P.
Myrtle lodge No. 7,
Knights of Pythias meet
every Thursday evening
lu Castle Hall.
N. E. MARTIN, C. C.
K. of R. & S.
I. O. R. M.
Wnshlln tribe No. 33,
Improved Ordor of Rod
men meets In Odd Fcl
lows' hnll ovary Wednes
day night nt 7:30 o'clock
D. T. NISBETT,
ED SANDLIN, C. of R.
JUMPED FROM TRAIN.
Bob McCoy Found Unconscious Beside
Kallrod Track Badly Injured.
Denlsou. Tex., Fob. 10. A measage
from Caddo, I. T., says: Dob McCoy
was found lu tin unconscious condition
lying on the railroad dump at Blue
five miles south of here, Saturday
McCoy, who lives on a farm near
Rlue. had taken his wife to Durnnt for
treatment. The Katy wrecker stopped
for a few minutes at the depot In Dn
rant and McCoy got on tho caboose,
(xprcting to Jump off at Blue. The
wrecker wna going at n rapid rata ami
when he Jumped he struck a pile of
rocks, dislocating, his shoulder and
jfrobably Injuring him internally. Ills
Jtat was torn Into sliml. McCoy was
formerly employed as it section hand
at Stcrrett. He has a brother living
The White Elephant Buggy remains
tho world's standard of a good buggy,
WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO
If some pooplo would control thai
temper thoy must first learn to rldo
a Toxas bronco,
Tho truth would scorn Iobb brutal
lieoplo worn hotter ncqualntod with it
SuhMrlbo for tho Ardraorclte.
and all Kinds of Feed.
Stock of Groceries
iu the City.
If you nre partjculnr about
your table furnishings, we
ask you for an order.
WE will pay 26 reward for th
arrest and conviction cf
any party orpartlos nottlnc
of quail or dynamiting of Ujn
within a radius of 2G miles, of
B. F. FRENSLEY,
Pres. Rod and Gun Oiub.
Gets the promptest oloscd
carriage in the city. Ab
solutely tho beBt service
Meets all day und night
trains and special calls.
Stewart & Chancellor
LocatedC St. nnd 3rd Ave. N. W.
or Cord wood
delivered promptly. 'Phone or
leave orders ut McCharen & Web
AYLMER MOORE, Proprietor.
Hotel Hampton 'Z-T'
Rates, $2 per Day
Special attention to' the traveling
public. ., Newly renovated.
Double sample room. .. Bath in
connection, free to transient
J. H. SMART.
TIIH G ROCK If.
rbit signature Is on ovary box of tbe genuine
Laxative l5roinoyitMne Tawu
t.'i tohwIv that nm-N cold In oiie tiny
In a Scotch church an old minister
who waa very deaf waa vory anxious
to Introduce somo now hymn books In
to the church and asked the precen
tor to give out the notice Immediately
after the sermon. The precentor, hnv
lag a notice of his own, gave out that
members of the congrogatlon wishing
to have their children baptised wero
to send their names into the vestry
Tho old mlnUtur thlnUlng that it was
the notice about tho hymn books stood
up nnd said: "And I wish to say for
the benefit of those who havo not any
that they may ho had In tho vontry
any afternoon, botwoon tho hours of 2
and 4. Ordinary llttlo onos at ashtl
ling oach and special llttlo ones, with
red backs, at ono and three,"
...... . Hfe.Xi
Oorf RlfiMTR AC.
t , ,iv t .-f ""in trtta vitfhf 1
..mi.". i 1 ' . ' 1 1 .;lei.i'.l" ' "
. 1) rtu..-.ll:t! II irdiMriin I'.i' ..i
. ft .. '.iljt i! .i-y f..r i..u.ina .
, mi ) .m mi (Hf.iiii Mli)tt St' ...
I 1 .1 a '. .il.uut cli -'). lu tb
hm.lx.n1H7 lllutiml I wmVIit. lrgt cn
AH.tn .r . v cttfni: lonrnnl. Trrt ti i
. :.r : lour tuutltl, tL toUl bfull uu.lo'f .,
Hib.'li Ofllco. Bb Y ft, Wn.hli.tfloii. I). ( -
EASY RUNNING WAGONS
Have the Least
-Use for Speech
and a Buggy of the Right Make Requires
Less of the O1I3' Tfrngue. That is why we
Handle the Bain, Springfield, Obrian and
James & Graham. Wagons, High Grade
Hynes Buggies and Road Wagons, the
Blees NcVickcr Buggies and Surreys,
Farm Hacks, etc
Then we believe, to make earth turn
ing easy, you should us our Volunteer
Walking Cultivators, Victor Riding
Cultivators, Disc Cultivators, and a
full tine of Piows.
& Spragins Co.
C. O. & G. R. R.
MEMPHIS, THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST,
TEXAS, OLD MEXICO, CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST,.
Pullman Drawing. Doom Outlet Steepen Tlk.cugh to
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver.,
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
On A.II Trains.
UNEQUALED SCHEDULES AND PERFECT SERVICE.
J. C. KcNALLY, 0. P. A., E. M. DUNCAN, T. P. A.,
Oklahoma City. 0. T. Oklahoma Clr. Oi.T.
QE0. H. LEE, C P. & T. A., Ullb Rock, Ark.
Meets all trains. Good
oromot service Wire
J. R. BLYTHE,
Foley's Honey ana Tar
lr chlldrea,sale,sure. o opiates.
udb in ii-w onut shop.
Hires None but First-class
Mechanics. Uses only the
Best Grades of Material, and
Always Turns Out First
We Do All Kinds of
Buggy Kopai ing, blocksnjithiuR, Woodwork, Paintintr, Top Trim'
ming nnd Storm Aprous. Uorsesboeitift the Beet,
Rubber Tiro Work a Specialty.
Get Our Prices which Are the same to All.
2D. E. AJlen.
JOIN THE CROWD.
Tho Now Northwest Is Increasing
from Immigration, by 200,000 pooplo
yearly. This region offers a field for
farmors, stock raisers, minors, lum
bermen, millers, fruit growers and all
classos of labor. Tho Cody-Wyoming
extension into tbo Dig Horn Heclon
offers a splendid oponlng for tho llvo
stock and wool business and for farm
ing by Irrigation.
Tho industrial expansion that Is
now tho bas'.K of wealth In tho East,
will be ropoatod In tho NorthwosL
Glvo some thought toward a home
In Nebraska or Minnesota, tho Dako
tas, Montana, Northeatitora Wyoming,
Northern Idaho, Washington,, the Pit-
get Sound and Columbia Hirer region.
NORTHWEST TRAIN TO TAKE.
"The Burlington-Northern Pacific
Expross" Is tho only through train In
to tho Northwest torrltory in connec
tion with tho Northern Pacific railroad.
Through coaches, chair cars (scats
free), through tourist sleepers over
this short lino and tme-savcr to the
Northwest. Connecting trains from
Denver to Allianco In connection with
this great through train. You can
reach tho Northwest cither via Kansas
City, St Joseph pr Denver, by tho
TO THE NORTH.
Tho Burlington has two trains dally
to St. Paul nnd Minneapolis iea.ch.lns
ho valuable territory of Minnesota andi
tho Dakota3 traversed by tho North
ern Pacific and Oreat Northern rail
roads. Tho Burlington Is tho mala
traveled road to tho Northwest and
North. Invostlgato tho Northwaot by
addressing either tho Industrial De
partments of tho Grpnt Northern or
Northern Pacific railroads at St. Paul,
or the undersigned.
L. L. WAKELY, G. P. A.,
St. Louis, Mo.
L. J. DRICKER, T. P. A.,
823 Main St., KanBas City, Mo.
F. C. SHARON, S. W. P. A.,
823 Main St., Kansas City, Mo.
To mako your homo comploto nnd
your kitchen neat and comfortable
you need only a Garland stove.
J. B .S Pit AG INS & CO.
A Weak Stomach.
Causes a woak body and Invites dls
paso. Kodol Dyspopsla Curo cures awl
strongthons tho stomach and warda
off and overcomes disease. J. n. Tay
lor, n promlnont merchant of Chrles
man, Tox., says: "I could not cat be
cnuBo of a weak stomach. I loat all
strongth and run down In weight. All
that money could do was done, but all
hope- of recovery vanished. Hearing
of somo wonderful curea effectod by
Kodol, I concluded to try It. Tho first
bottlo benefited me, aud attor taking
four bottles I am fully restored to my
usual strength, weight ami health."
City Drug Stonj,
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