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i LOVELY WOMEN
Made more lovely when arrayed in
one of our new and becoming Hats.
We are sole agents for
G. D. Justrite Corsets,
all Btyles at popular prices.
Cut Price Millinery
Interoational CorrespoDdesce Schools.
We Olfer Instruction In
The Following 6ubecta:
Draw 'it. Hketch'c. rerpctlve.
Lettering and Sign Falntlnc.
Hbeet Metal Pattern Drafting,
Electrical Car nunnlnir.
French, Gorman and Spanlab
Bnop and Foundry Practice,
Coal and Metal Mining,
Hanltarr Plumbing.-, ,
Heating and Ventilation,
TheLargeit Technical School In the
World. 878,000 Student. Education by
Mall, Tho Twentieth Century Method,
Minimum Cost. Heaulta Positive.
r I GRIFFIN Local Representative.
H. T. KIRBY,
Real Estate and Loan Agent,
Rooms M and 16 Noble Bid's.
A beautiful cottar home in
Southwest Ardmore, lot 350x200
gix rooms, orchard and good im
100 ft. on West Main street im
50 ft. on West Main street,
Vacant lot on "WeBt Main. 3
room house two blocks from Main
street, lot 80x225, 1800 cash or
FOR RENT. .,,
2 3 room houses close, in,
. 1 4-room house close in,
; 2 2-room houses close in.
List Your Property With Mo.
i anauuv noun vans
Under the management of Dave
Sherrill for Sherrill Bros., is open
for business, equipped with the
latest machinery for the manu
facture of Carbonated Drinks.
Special attention given to Picnic
First door West of O. K. Wagon Yard
ARDMORE, I. T.
Rooms 1, 2 and 6, over Bonner &
Special attention to high class and
difficult cases of dentistry.
PAINTS AND OILS,
T. N. COLEMAN'S.
Frc5h from the Unst
comes our musi
The Lndy who would be snre
that her hat is correct in
style, no matter how little
she may want to pay for it
will do well to examine the
Swellest assortment hero to
House, r J
Licensed tb Wed.
Frank Carr, Marietta, and Ethel
Tinker, Orlona, Texas.
W. P. Maupln and Miss Myrtlo Hoi-
W. J. A. Smith and Lena Hall, Cor
nish. M. A. Ollmoro and Annlo McCns-
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Law a son.
Wo want your patronnge. Wo know
we can pleaso you. Why? Becauso
wo carry tho most oxtonslvo lino of
millinery In tho city, comprising at
all times tho most seasonablo goods.
14-tf. MISS MAMIE BAIHD.
Tishomingo Picnic Postponed.
Tho two days' picnic, which was
advertised to be given at Tishomingo
on Juno 3 and 4, has been postponed
Mrs. James', millinery surpasses In
beauty any other stock In tho city.
East Side Restaurant
Cold Drinks, Cigars, Ice Cream,
Home Made Pies.
French Drip Coffee a Specialty.
KATIE WILLIAMS, Prop.
Phone 214, E. Main St., Ardmore.
A Good Dinner.
The Finest Roasts, Steak,
Mutton, Sausage, Etc,
und the Freshest Vege
tables are always found at
Second DoorlNeu of Poslofflce.
Darrel of The Blessed Isles
Ib the title of a new book by the
author of Even Holden. Darrel,
the Hero of the story is a wit.
philosopher and a man of mystery.
Learned, strong, kindly dignified,
ho towers like a giant among the
people with whom he .lives. The
people are wholesome, it is good to
know them. Wit, humor, pathos
and higer thinking are in this
It is for sale, or rent, or you may
read it by becoming a member of
the Book Club at Boyd's Book
Store; also, Mr?. Kinkaid's book,
Ardmore Drug Co.
Lon M. Frame, Drueglit.
Pare Drags and the finest line
Cigars in the city.
S. U Williams Is In tho city from
J. M. Webstor of Sulphur Is In tho
II. W. Stark Is In the city from
William Freeman Is here- from
G. A. ltoberts of Tellor was In tho
Deputy J. M. Stephens Is In tho
city today from Duncan.
E. W. Falrman of St. Louis la In
the city attending court.
Dorsctt Carter of PurcoII was hero
this morning on business.
I. S. Curtis of Sherman, tho lum
ber man, is In tho city today.
Deputy Ben Collins Is In tho city
from Healdton attending court.
W. L. Farthing left this morning
over tho Choctnw local for Tishomin
go. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Garrett arrived
today from Tishomingo ovor tho
Nell P. Anderson, tho big cotton
man of Texas, Is In the city from
Miss Lillian McNeos left yesterday
afternoon to visit relatives at Mom
W. M. Gwynn left yesterday after
noon on the special train to visit for
a few days at Caplevllle.
Mrs. Fannie Proctor of Bolton,
Texas, Is In tho city visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Hobt. N. Law.
P. L. Soper, United States district
attorney for .the. Northern district,
with headqunrterij at Vinlta, is In tho
city today. w
Itov. J. M. Green camo In ovor tho
Choctaw this afternoon from over
about Mannsvilln, where ho preached
Mrs. A. Gllbort, with hor llttlo son,
from Tyler, Texas, aro In tho elty
visiting, her paronts, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Snndors on 11 street, northwest
Mrs. C. P. Van Donborg roturnod
Satuiday night from Purcoll whoro
sho h'as boon visiting tho family of
Itov. Collins for tho past week, hav
ing accompanied llttlo Louis Collins
to his homo there.
J. M. Zlko, agent of the-' Choctnw
road at this place, accompanied tho
Now Orleans excursionists as far as
Halleyvlllo yostorday. Mr. Zlko then
went to South McAlestor and will re
turn homo tomorrow.
Charles S. Wadsworth, city ongl
neor of Oklahoma City, accompanied
by J. S. Plants, A. U. Snodgrass and
Louis 'Miller, same city, arrived yes
terdny afternoon and havo already
commenced surveying tho routo for
Ardmoro's sowerago system.
Beforo you go 'phono 74. 9-lm.
Christian Church Meetings.
Tho scries of meetings at tho
Christian church, conducted by the
pastor, still continue and aro growing
in interest and also attendance. Tho
church was comfortably flllcd at both
services yesterday1 "and what was es
pecially noted was that tho congrega
tion last night was considerably more
than half men. Tho subject for the
morning was tho "Preclousness of
Christ," and was most ably handled
and it was shown that all objects
woro valuable and precious because
of their number and that therefore
Christ was the most precious of all
becauso He Is the only begotten son
of God, and also of His wonderful
love and saving power. At night the
subject was "Naaman tho Leper,"
and was most admirably and forcibly
handled. Ono confession of a noblo
young man of our city was taken at
night. The pastor earnestly exhorted
all those present to turn and accopt
tho Lord tholr Savior.
Bro. Rend Is a most forcible and
clequent preachor and none go away
dissatisfied but all go feeling that
"It was good to go up to tho house of
tho Lord." The pastor and congre
gation most earnestly Invito all to at
tend each service, Tho meetings
will continue during this week.
TJ10 Benevolent society will meet
Thursday afternoon at"3 o'clock wjth
Mrs. J. A. Madden. All members are
urgently requested to bo present.
MRS. J. W. GOLLEDGE, Pres.
MRS. M. ! MADDEN, Sec.
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho Cen
tral Baptist church will mcot In tho
church at 4 o'clock tomorrow nftar
1 Frank Harlan had tho doctors 1 to
open a small niolo on his nook yes
torday, and tool: from It ono hair
about a foot long.. It was doubled nnd
twisted lnji yory'&mall space- but ho
end could not plorco tho hide.
' 'Attention, Company A.
All members of company A aro or
dered to meet at Robinson hail tonight
for drill practice
B. V. HENSON. Capt.
E. H. GOLDEN. 1st Sorgt.
GOOD-DYE AND GODSPEED.
Benediction for U, C. V'c Previous to
Departing for New Orleans.
The following brief words wero de
livered nt tho union station Sunday
afternoon by Mrs. W. T. Nixon to the
Confederatn voteranB, Sons nnd
Daughters as thoy woro leaving to
attend their annual reunion nt New
Onre again tho buglo breaks the
bivouac of tho Confodorato volcran
and the revlllo Is sounding for tho he
roes In gray to "fall In" for tho march
to and glad rendezvous at tho Cres
The mocking bird Is mnKiitK vi
brant with Ills song tho flowery woios
of tho Southland; the "Southern
sunny brcezo Is fanning tho old pal
metto trees;" tho bluo skies are
bending over us like n holy benedic
tion as tho old wearer of tho gray
feels his pulses quicken at tho
thought that in n short while ho will
again be "tontlng on thu old camp
ground," grasping tho hands of com
rades who marched nnd fought with
him years ngo, looking again Into tho
brave and kindly- fncos of Gordon nnd
He will recount tho scenes and In
cidents of tho hnrd-fought Holds In
Missouri, Mississippi, Vlrglnln, Ten-
nesseo nnd Georgia. Ho will renew
on the historic plains of Chnlmotto
and on tho borders of Pouchartraln
tho sacred purposo to keep In ovor
loving remombrnnco tho deeds, suf
fering nnd achievements of tho men
ho mnrched with undor U10 lmmortnl
Jackson and Leo.
Tho sons nnd daughters of theso
same heroes gather, somo to Join you
In your mnrch to Now Orleans and
others to givo you tholr bonedlctlon
wishing you God-speed and safo re
turn. And when you got thoro nnd
fall In line; when tho familiar strains
of old "Dixie" shall come to your
onrs. and thro' tonrs It mny bo, you
shall seo again the tnttered, fndod
Hags which onco wavon on ninny a
victorious field, and whon tho stars
and bars shall float out on tho soft
Louisiana breozos, thon glvo tho old
Robel yell nnd feol young again.
Think, too, nt tho snmo time, thnt
your cheers for Gordon nnd tho old
flag will find a hearty, oven nffection-
nto ro-ocho. In thousands of loving
honrts all over our Southland who
will evor hold In sacred romombranco
nnd cherish In honor tho momory of
the "deeds of our daddies."
.May heaven smile upon you. Mny
your sklos by bright, your stay nil
you could wish, and n safo return bo
yours. Go, and lomombor
Tho world shall yot decido
In truth's clear far-off light,
That tho soldiers who wore tho gray
With Lee, woro In tho right."
May God bo with you all.
Salo still going on. Everything
selling dirt cheap. Como quick or
nil will bo gone. West Mnln street,
18-3t. E. B. PUGH. '
All Chevnllors will bo present at
roll call nt 8 o'clock tonight In fntlguo
uniform. Interesting business.
D. T. NISBETT, Com.
I. R. MASON, Clerk.
Tho season for ball playing Is now
on In Indian Torrltory, and an an In
troduction tho Ardmoro nnd Pun-ell
I. 'vs havo agreed to n thro J days'
mugglo which begins to lay. The
fdlowing is tho line-up of 'the two
Parks- Catcher Salco
Nichols Pitcher Goad
McLomoro ....1st Base Miller
Cheney 2d Baso McFarlan
Prater Short Stop Zatting
MDIor 3d Baso Hall
Wyont Right Flold Piorcc
Berryhlll .. .Center Field ....Johnson
Tweed Loft Flold ....Matthews
Bibbs Substitute ....Williams
Hargrove campus Is. to be mado
brilliant tonight by electric llghte and
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church will
meet with Mrs. J. T. Coleman Tugs
day afternoon nt 3 o'clorl-
MRS. W. T. NIXON. Seo
Tho Ladles' Aid society of the
Prosbytorlan church will meet with
Mrs. Coleman. C street, northwest
Tuesday at 3 p. m.
bte for tho Orlos.
BucnuseJ (hey proposo to pu the
books In tho library in the Carneglo
bulldlngfffor tho uso of everybody
Othor pnrtlos roprbsont a particular
sect.. , It la necessary to have books
In (Iia'' mlMU tll....H It. .11.11....
IU till? Jiuuim 1JUIUI IJUIHIIU,. itliu
these will bo a good start In that dl
CLELI.A STEWART. Coc Sec
As girls grow oldor they think less
of dolls and more ot dollars.
That Each May Get His Own Without
From Goorgo Crlnor wo learn that
h!s fathor and othor monlbors of thn
family havo this day "deeded" ns It
woro, but tho word Is now "located"
unto 22 Mississippi Choctaw Indians a
b.idy of lnnd covering 7,580 ncros.
Tho Crlnor fnmlly had moro laud
under tholr control than thoy could
hold under tho allotment act.
They concluded In order' that Coir
Kother Indians should not como un
dor tho ban of tho speculator to dl
vldo tholr claim with thorn.
Today thoy scttlo 22 Choctaw In
dians on tho lands.
In this net they havo been Inform
ed that tho first man to get beforo tho
cltUensblp court would probnbly con
trol and In tho end they would lose
Of courso this remark was mado by
seme ono with n speculative purposo,
nnd If the effort of Mr. Crlnor Is genu
ine, which wo hnvo no reason to
doubt, his work Is to bo commended.
Meeting Ladles of the Leaf.
Thero will bo n cnll meeting of tho
Lndlos of the Leaf at tho homo of
Mrs. C. P. Vnn Donborg tomorrow
nftornoon at 2:30 o'clock. All mom
hers aro urgonlly requested to bo
present. All members of tho Orio
Club aro Invited to meet with us to
perfect arrangements for tho enter
tainment of Mrs. Roberts of King
fisher, Ok., president of tho Federa
tion of Women's Clubs of tho Indian
Territory nnd Oklnhomn.
MRS. C. P. VAN DENBERG,
No doubt many a wlfo wishes sho
had hor old Job back again.
Judgo Townsond this morning ap
pointed tho equalization board for tho
city. This was dono In opon court,
and tho following gontlomnn oomposo
C. L. Andorson, W. C. Kendall, W.
E. Chnstaln. '
Ofllcor Buck Garrott hnu donned his
now pollcomnn uniform nnd now
shows up ns handsomo ns tho bluo
gooso on tho soda card In n fnin
box. Buck's nil right.
Good pasturo for horses at 75 cents
por month. Apply J. C. Whltchurst,
at J. A. Leathorwood's store. 17-Ct.
Refrigerators, tho best In tho city.
at J. B. Spraglns & Co's.
Visit the New Store this Week.
New Slippers and Low-Quartered
Shoes received. New prices are made
on all the late shapes and styles in
Ladies hand turned Dongola Oxfords.
Ladies' welt font fnr Viei Drfririla r.n.iiaoi na 1 1. ......
strap bandals. LadieB fnll patent bow and strap Colonial and South
ern ties Slippers. Ladies' patent vamp monkey top Oxfords nnd Ties,
all in the Celebrated American Ladv lirnnil. mnilA hv rTntniltnn.n
and guaranteed to be tho correct
uuu me ueai uiiuj; m weur. iou
but yon cannot buy a better or moro stylish Shoe or Slipper. Our
new price will be this week. ftl.S0
tion of 50b to $1.00 on each pair.
Shoes and blipper are also of same
Men's Shirts, Collars and Ties
are among the new Goods, and are extraordinory values. Men's
Trousera are our special hobby and nothing short of "a made to
measure" pair of Trousers can equal them in material or fit at the
ouo-half valuo price of $1 GO up to $5.00- "We have eold dozens of
Men's Pants in the luBt six weeks, and not ono customer has com
plained of the prico, wear or fit.
MEN'S HATS in all tho new nnd popular Bhapes, both Straw and
Fur will bo shown this week at prices that will satisfy the stingiest
LADIES! Wo have a new line in Lawus, plain and figured
Organdies, Batistes nnd Dimities in plain and figured designs, Percale,
Zephyrs and Tissues, White Goods, ;Nninsooks and Linone, all new,
all good and pretty, nnd all cheaper than you are accustomed to pay
ing for such goods.
Yours for Business,
O. I DENNES,
225 Main Street,
PUR CELL, I.T.
Fierce Fight Three Men Shot.
Trainmen nrrlvlng nt Muskogeo
Sunday from Westvllle, a point sixty
miles oast from thnt place, tell a
story of a fierce light last night. De
tails aro mengor as to tho origin oC
Threo men wore shot and will
probnbly die. The men who did tho
shooting went Into tho railroad yards
and covering tho engineer and brnke-
innn, forced thorn to cut their cDglno
loose from n local westbound passen
ger train. They climbed on nnd start
ed to run tho cnglno out of twon and
Into tho brakes of Ozark mountains
along tho track, twenty miles from
Officers nnd citizens Intercepted
them nt a cut on tho P. & G.., how-
evor, nnd Cnpturcd thorn.
At the Jail.
Sampson Lnnoy, charged with dis
turbing religious worship, was brought
In yesterday by Deputy Houso from
Tom Dorsctt, who has been In Jail
for somo time charged with acces
sory to murdor with his brothor,
Henry, who Ib In Jail also, was re
leased on a $5,000 bond this morning.
Tho Womnn's Guild of 8t. Phlllp'o
church will mcot In tho school room
tomorrow at 2:30 p. m.
MRS. J. N. DODSON, PrCH.
MRS. FONN1E WOLVERTON, Sec.
John A. Gorddon vs. Annn J. Gor
don Is tho stylo of n dlvorco suit filed
this morning in tho clerk's office
Abandonment is tho alleged causo ot
Nail Up the Building.
Tho Mattlo J. Chapman building on
East Main street, recently occupied
by E. B. Pugh, Is in a dangerous con
dition and should bo nailed up nt
onco. Tho doors tiro loft wldo open!
nnd nnyono can go In Uioro nnd fnll
through tho burnt floor nnd break a
limb or n neck. Somo ono might bo
called on to pay damages. Nail It
Ico cream nnd cako nt Hargrove to
night. . According to tho Gnlncsvlllo Mes
senger of Saturday "four now casea
of smallpox" aro reported In ono
family In that seeming plnguc-strickr
Don't fnll to attend tho young peo
ple's Ico crenm supper at Hnrgrover
tiling in style, the perfect thinp; in fit
may pay ono or two uollurs moro.
Our line of Misses' and Children's
mako and desirable style.
Ardmork, Ind. Tkr.
best Flour sold in
the Indian Ter
ritory. If you are
not using it, give
it a trial.