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J. ADIVENH, Frrii
DOK LACY, Vice Pres. The City National Bank Ardmork, I. T., May 23, 1903. This certifies that FIVE HUNDRED DOL LARS ($500.00) is on deposit in this bank payable only to the successful candidate in the Merchant's Voting Contest. A. H. PALMER, Cash. THE MERCHANTS' $500 CASH PRIZE FUND In launching this contest wo do so with Uio sanction and good will of everyone. It Is a fund created by the undersigned merchants of Ard more, Indian Territory, who proposo to give the sum of $000 In hard cash to the organization, public or private, that shall secure tho greatest num ber of votes between this dato and December 22, 1903. Wo urgo all In stitutions in Ardmore, or tho Indian Territory, to compete for this GRAND CASH PRIZE OF $500.00. It Is well worth any effort you may put forth. 'With each 25c purchase you get ono vote. Thero shall bo no votes sold by' any merchant or out ulucr, and any merchant so selling or disposing of votes shall, upon proof, be stricken from the list You cannot voto your tickets in box or placo except at tho storo whoro your purchase Is made, and then only at tho tlmo of your purchase Salesmen shall placo tho amount of your pur chase and number of votes you aro entitled to upon every ticket, together with his or her selling number and prlvato mark of tho firm so Issuing The Merchants' $500 Cash Prize Voting Ticket After which you shall do posit snmo In person In securely locked boxos provided by tho merchant Is suing the voting tickets, tho keys of which shall bo In tho custody of tho cashier of tho City National Dank of Anlmorc, Indian Territory .who shall open all boxes, count all votes and mako public record thereof at loast onco each month. No merchant of tho Merchants' 1500 Cash Prlzo Fund or any of tho clerks or employes shallbo entitled to any voto In this contest, nor shall not bo allowed to solicit any votes for any Institution or organization. On tho contrary shall remain perfectly neutral. On Saturday morning beforo tho last Sunday of each month tho mer chants of tho Merchants' $500 Cash Prlto Fund shall tnko their voting box es to tho cashier at ho City National Dank that same may bo opened and bo counted. Dry Goods and Shoe. Madden, Sykoa & Co. WeBthclmor & Daubo. J. A. Leathorwood & Co. Ardmoro Dry Goods Co. Sass & Crawford. J. E. Hamilton & Co., Shoes. Cincinnati nackot Storo. Daltimoro Racket Storo. O. L. Donnes. Hardware. Noblo Dros. J. D. Spraglns . Co. Weeks Dros. Noland & Rollins, Queonsware. . Drugs and Books. J. D. Wall & Co. F. J. Ramsey. Donner & Donnor. , T. N. Coleman. Coleman Dros. Furniture. C. R. Jones & Dro. Hall & Hlllls. Grocers. M. T. Folker. W. C. Kendall. J. C. Sklpworth. A. A. Dalley. McMillan. Special Correspondence. McMillan, I. T., May 27. W, T. Wil liams and W. H. Crlswoll of Madlll wero welcomed in our town Sunday by their mnny friends. W. C. Plnkard and Mrs. J. F. 'Lind say of Madlll spent Saturday and Sun day, .visiting tbclr many friends here. A. L. Lanier and family returned Sunday from a most pleasant visit to Ada. . -J Last Sunday night whllo attending a dance, tho horses and saddles be longing to Dllllo Leader and Boss Drawguoss wero stolen. No clue. Miss Annlo Lauioro of Weaverton Is spending this week among her friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rlnscl returned homo Friday after a week's visit In Tishomingo attending their allot ments, etc. M1b8 Dollo Dolles of Wcaverton has been visiting her brother for two weeks. Mies Lottie LlBter of Callsburg nnd her sister aro guests of their sister, Mrs, Dan Stover, thia woek. Cal Summit of Callsburg, Texas, Is paying our town a visit this week. Davo Undorwood from Ratla is spending a few days with friends hero. , Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. McMillan left Monday for Tishomingo to attend to their allotment.' To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxatlvo Dromo Quinine Tabids AH druggists refund tho money If It falls to cure. W. E. drove's signature is on. each box. 25c Tho successful liar is always careful not to wrlto them down. Green grass, cooling p.hades and cold water ,aro good thingR of. ojil summer tlrno, If It is an lco chest, j water cooler or lawn mower you need. 6-tr, T ' WlL,L,lAAia, CUUHN & CO. Subscribe for tho Ardmorelto. A. II. FALMER. Cashier. W. A. WOLVEKTON, At Cash'r W. A. Payne. R, T. Dallas. W. A. Qlllam, C Crosby. R. F. Woymore. Sanders & Dowman. McCharon & Webster. J. M. Loyd. W. 11. Utley. W. M. Pago. "Cold Storago Market. Miscellaneous. J. Ij .Johnson, Saddlery and Har ness. i ' Fraloy Dros., Lumber. D. E. Allen, Carrlageman. Charles Hernor, Dntcher. ' Chas. Hotchklss, Jeweler'. P. D. Tarvor, Jeweler. W. A. Pride, Tinner. J. J. Stojfa, Tailor. Farthing & Coonor, Tailors. Coleman & Evans, Confectioners. T. L. Smith, Liveryman. Tom Cathoy, Liveryman. Crown Dottllng Works. Mies Dalrd, Milliner. Mrs. James, Milliner. Mrs. M. K. Spurgeon, Milliner. For tho4 Who Llv on Farm. Dr. Derrln, Pona, lis., writes: havo usod Ballard's Snow Liniment, always recommend It to my friends. aa I am confident thero Is no better made. It Is a dandy for burns." Those who live on farms are especially lia ble to many accidental cuts, burns and bruises, which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment Is applied. It should always bo kopt In tho house for cases of emergency. 25crC0c and U at W. B. Frame's. Tho Oriole nnl the lice. Rlrtls, their heads being smnll, nro usunlly regarded us stupid, but nn nmntcur naturalist pointed out the oth or day a proof that tlu Baltimore oriole at leant Is very intelligent. "Take the oriole's luibltut in the summer," he snld, "a nil nil around It you will find tho decapitated bodies of bees. The oriole Is fund of honey, and ho tins dis covered KOiuohow hnt the bee carries honey In u ae Ac-eordlnly ho rushes down on the Insect, tulps oil Its head, removes its vUeora niul thou swnllows the honey that Is now laid bare. This shows lutollleonoe on the oriole's part, but I bav uot yet duscrlbed the thing which shows tlu bird's reasoning pow er raMt 4roaifly. It Is only the sting leu iluUo, wUU IuuuUkI be8 thut the rkU slays. The stinging boes be leaves alou wUvly." PUUadalpbia Ueoerd. Tho White Elophant Buggy remains the world's standard of a good buggy. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. W. P. JEWELL II. NEELEY Jem i! inn FOR MASONRY AND CUT STONE WORK. 15 8BD AVII B. B. ARDMORE IN D. TER .tiOley's iitOney Curt Subscribe for the Ardmorelto. " It was on a golf- ino- trio to Pnrto i o r sRico," said the champion. "What do you " teircall this fine Brcva?" I asked, drawing in a vV U mouthful of the delicate r rr i rfi) he renlicrl. "from an old f( It was the best ever, and W them for 5 cents right 4prde la Selva has become Slinks."' :W I Whtn the iatj ytu remorrj from L. Toro de h Stlra Clfart, ths dtmanl 'frja ovct-Uicd the cipacitjr of the fictory, tearing room for a flood of Inferior, o-ciUeJ mm?? I'orto Wean Clean. De lure I . . Vrll . . . .1 VAin.EH-I'LATTKn OiiAti Cit. - ,i you get the genuine L.Toro de la Sclra Purto RJcin Crew. BROADWAY CARRIAGE SHOP. THE OLDEST CARRIAGE CAST IRON REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS MADF. Hlmne 170. ::::::::: 114 Broadway D. E. ALLEN, Proprietor. Good Tilings Fishing Tackle to the anglers content. vVhite Mountain Refrigerators, the finest on earth. New Merrick Refrigerators, wood-lined always dry inside. Blue Flame Oil Stoves, Ice Cream Freezers. Corrugated Rubber Hose and every thing in Buggies and Road Wagons. i STEVEiis. ddi HOUSES AT: ARDHORE, WYNNEWOOU, flARIEITA, QAINESVILLE. TTTTTTT v r f TV ??f f f f f ?f T I A Magnificent An opportunity will be given some social Educational or Fraternal organization to secure a fink ijhrary i'rkk . . 1 I Absolutely kb-M 200 Volumes. I WATCH THE TAKE THE ARDMOREITE. fragrant smoke. Wyl 7 o. "A V factorv at San Tuan. sAw now that we can get )L J here at home, L. Toro Wfgw the 'Choice of thc-Mi, $k Ai't-tf - 1uattt:h CitiAn Co. di iTHintrroni rULLAX, A OKLAMOHaCITT. n REPAIR SHOP IN ARDAIORE. ....We Keair ... Carriages, Buggies and Wagons and do a coccral Blacksmithing Business, Prices Right. Only the Best nnterlnl Uaed HXi. A iti ill it. A afi JarL X li TTTTTTTT V I '9 for Summer! I i mm a II f fTTTTTTtl TTTffTyyTf T Library Free I ARDMOREITE. WHEN YOU 00 TO MENERAL WELLS, STOP AT "THE OAKS" It is located n convenient distance from the Celebrated Wells. The house hns been thoroughly renovated, nnd is fresh nnd clean. Each room has n southern exposure. There is sewerage inside the building. The rates are reasonable, the service is the best obtain able, and the large lawn is beautiful and homelike. Water from the wells will be brought to sick guests, and no effort is spared for the comfort and pleasure of all the gueBts of the house. Rates per week $8.00 to$M.OO Rntes per day 2.00 (Special rates to family parties.) BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. In tlio United States court for Uio SouUiorn district ot tho Indian Ter ritory. In tho matter of It. W. Warren, bank rupt, In bankruptcy. To tho Ilonorablo Hosoa Townscna, Judgo of Uio United States court for tho SouUiorn district ot tho Indian Territory: It. W. Warren of Ardmoro, In tho Southern district of tho Indian Tor rltory, In Bald district, respectfully represents that on tho 4th day March, 1003, last pnst.Mio was duly adjudged bankrupt under tho acts ot congress rolatlng to bankruptcy; that ho has duly surrendered all his property and rights ot property, and has fully compiled with all tho re quirements of said acta and of tho ordors of tho court touching his bankruptcy. Whcroforo, ho prays that ho may bo decrcod by tho court to havo full dlschargo from all debts provablo against his estnto under said bank rupt acts except such debts as aro by law excepted from such discharge Dated this 18th day of May, A. D 1903. It.' W.' WAIUU3N, , t ' i Bankrupt. Potter, Dowman & Pottor, Attys. Southorn district ot tho Indian Terrl tory, ss: On this tho 18th day of Mny, A D. 1003, on roadlng tho foregoing pe tition it is ordorod by tho court that a hearing bo had upon tho caso on tho 30th day of May, A. D., 1903, before said court at Ardmoro, In said district at 9 o'clock in tho forenoon; and that notico thereof bo published In tho Ardmorelto, a nowspaper print ed In said district, and that all known creditors and other persons In Inter est may appear at said tlmo and placo and show causo, If any they havo, why tho prayer of tho said petitioner should not be granted. And It Is fur ther orderod by tho court that tho clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies ot eald petition and Uils order, addressed tp them at their places of resldcnco as stated. Witness the Ilonorablo Hosca Town send, Judgo of said court and tho seal thereof, at Ardmore, In said district, on tho 18th day ot May, 1003, C M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. (Seal) First published May 24, 1003. j See A. PARKS, ? . tiik Marble Man, j B 5TREET, 5 Uloclc South of Court House. FOR SALE. Ono business bouse and lot IIouso ia equipped with shelving, counter?, showcase?, siife, ecules, oil tank, etc. Also, two 3 room dwellings, young orchnrds, good water, vineyard and out buildings. Properb located at Louu Grove, 8 miles West of Ardmore. J. 0. CARROLL, Lone Grove, I. T. MEN AND WOMEN, 11m IU U for ooottur.l IrrlLtioot or ulc.rationt of ma cau. membr.Dti, 1'itnli.t.. .lid hot .itrln. AlUiEVMSCHtKlMlCa. (ot or poUououi. i CIIWKMTI.OJiMi NO Id Dy IlruciK". ir eiprt.i, rrap.ia. lot 1XO. or little 11.71. i.iui bW W ' rr.nal.roaU.ln TafllB WARNING ORDER. In tho United 8tates court in tho In dian Territory, Southorn district:. A. J, Snyder and P. M. Snydor trus tee plaintiff vs. Joo Donaldson et al.. dofcndnntB. CC0C. Tho defendants. O. T. Chaffer. Bcnl. F. Watson, aro warned to appear in this court In thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho plalnUffs, A. J. Snydor nnd P. M. Snydor, trustee. WltnoBS Hon. Hosen Townsond". Judgo rf said court, and tho seal Uiorcof this 22nd day of May, 1003. C M. CAMPBELL, Clork. Cruco, Cruco & Bloakmoro, attor neys. Sam Butler, attorney for non-resident dofendants. First published May 24, 1003. WARNING ORDER. In tho United States CommisBlonor's court in tho Indian Torrltory, South-- orn district: , T. V. Askew, plaintiff, vs. O. P. Ha loy, defendant, - .f Tho, dofendant, O. P. Haloy, Is warn- od to' appear In this court on ( Juno 10th, '1903, at 10 o'clock forenoon and answer tho complaint of tho plaintiff, T. V. Askow. . Witness my hand this Cth day ot -May, 1003. T. N. BOBNETT, (Seal) U. S. Commissioner! Thos. Norman, attorney. Sam H. Butler, attorney non-rest-dent. ' ' - .'.. First published May 7, 1903V j A) Warning Order. In tho United States court In tho Indian Torrltory, Southorn' dlstrlctf MInnIo L. Lorlng, plaintiff, vs. B. P. Ixrlng, defendant No. D.B88. Tho dofendant, B. P. Lorlng, tir warned to appear In this court la thirty days nnd answer tho coniplalnb. of tho plaintiff, MInnIo L. Lorlng. Witness, tho honorablo HosoaTowit send, Judgo of said court, and tho seal thereof, this Bth day of May, 1903. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. C. G. Kean Attorney. S. T. Bledsoe, attornoy for non-resident. First publlshod May C, 1903. You Know What You Are Taking When you take drove's Tastelow Chill Tonic because tho formula is plainly printed on every bottlo showing that It Is simply Iron and quinine In a tasteless form. No cure no pay. G0a Bankrupt Stock. Notico Is hereby given thnt I will receive bids upon tho bankrupt stock of J. P. Cochran, located nt Doxtcr, Cooko county, Texas, until I receive furthor orders from tho roferoo In bankruptcy. Said stock consists of drugs, grocories, stationery and cof fins and furnlturo and fixtures, located In tho storo. Theso goods furnlturo and fixture arc to bo sold within tho next thirty days, nnd I would bo pleased to re ceive bids and will take plcasuro In showing nnyono through tho Btock. Tho stock and furniture and fixtures Invoice at !5,334.G2. All bids will bo subject to tho av proval of F. B. DIHard, refereo la bankruptcy. Wrlt or call to see mo at Dexter, Texas. .1. M. SUM MY. 24-dC-wl. Trustoe. No woman Is old until sho bo- comes afraid to havo oven hdr chil dren bco her as Bho really Is. A Little Earlv rtlinr. now nnd then, at bedtime, wlllcurp tonstlnatlon. biliousness nrvl tlvoi- troubles. DoWltt'a Llttlo Early, nis- ora aro uio raraous uttla pills that euro by arousing tho secretions, mov ing tho bOH'ula L'Ontlv. vnt nfrrtr-tnnllv and giving such tone and strength to' mo gianus or mo stomach ,nnd liver.. uiai mo causo ot the troublo. Is ro-. moved entirely, and If thoir nan la continued for a fow days thoro will bo no roturn of tho complaint. Sold oy uiiy juniB more. L'ti-uiar itai a retaeit. Subscrjbo for tho Ardmorolte.