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ANNOUNCEMCrrr.
For Representative,
Wo are authorized to announco the
name of J. C. McCurtaln ot Itan,
PleVens entity. as a candidate for
rtpre&cnW.ve to the Chickasaw leg
islature. Election to bo hold at Oak
land the second Wednesday In Aug
ust, 1903.
MARY CONNOR COLLEGE
PARIS, TEXA8.
A select school for girls and young
women. Steam heat, electric lights,
cold and hot water, equipped with all
modern appliances, chemical and
physical apparatus and a telescope for
astronomical Btudy and reseirdi. A
normal course for those who wish t
teach. A business course In book
keeping, stenography and typewriting
and a preparatory courso for iknso
not ready to enter the collcgt dspart
mcnt. The s'rls board in the collet and
are associated with the lady tirfcets
not only In the class-room bu: In the
dlnlng-r.rm, reception tails a-u' In
ibe parlors, thereby acquiring that
eapc, grace and culture so essential to
their comfort and pleuuie In after
life.
The college is unexjellcl !n the
South lu the special Hot? of music,
art and elocution. TI.e teachers are
all graduates of tho bcut scuuoli of
America and Europe. The school Is
non-sectarian but Chrlili.v. In spirit
life and work.
Tho girl1: attend tho S i '.day school
and church of their choice, accom
Ipanled by the lady teachers.
J For furthor particulars send for our
large illustrated catalogue.
H. B. ABERNETHY, Pres.
Paris, Texas.
For Sale-Real Estate
BARGAINS.
A little plnco for sale in ' nice
location, $100 down nud balance
$15.00 per month, A cbuuue to
save your rent. S
A desirable home in Southwest
.Arduiorc, part cash.
Five-room house, lot 100x158, a
well improved place on North
WashinKton street $1,750.
A whole block, two wells and
fmall house would make a lovely
home for somebody, $1,000. Part
cash.
Some bargains in vacant pro
perty iu West aud Southwust
Ardmore.
H. T. KIRBY,
Real Estate and Loan Agent,
Rooms M nd 16 Noble Uld'R.
A. F. Scivally. Q. T. Ledbetter.
SCIVALLY & LEDBETTER,
Real Estate, Rentals and Collections.
Notary In Office.
Office over T. N. Coleman's drug
store.
A Good Dinner.
The Finest Roasts, Steak,
Mutton, Sausage, Etc-,
nnd the Freshest Vege-
tables are always foimd at
CHARLES KERNER
Second Door West of Poslofllce.
hi NICHOLSON,
Rooms 1, 2 and C, over Conner &
Bonner's.
Special attention to high class and
difficult cases ot dentistry.
I Do Paper Hanging.
Good work and low prices.
Leave orders at T. N. Cole
man's Drug Store,
J. G. WATTS.
.Dentist
t TRY ONE OF THOSE
J,
uitnlt Cam ft C
i om loom Di'usurjs lur zou.
Every one Guaranteed.
T. N. COLEMAN'S.
WANT COLUMN.
Advertisements under this head will
be received at ibo rat of five (6)
cents per line No advertisement
retired fur less than fifteen (16)
cenU. Special monthly rates fur
nished on Application. The notice
may cuutaln any matter of "Lost,"
-Found," "For Ren I," "For Sale,"
"Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpose
without display lines.
WANTED.
WANTED To rent, rooms suitable
for Insurance office. M. 1 Alexan
der city. 13-6t.
WANTED By an energetic young
man, a position with a reliable firm.
Good references. Apply X, care
Ardmorclte.
CLEAN RAGS Wanted ,'at Ardmore
He office. Bring at once.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE At a bargain, tbrco milk
cows. Apply J. E. Bowles. 30-tf
FOR SALE My buggy pony, perfect
ly safe for ladles and children to
drive. Mrs. J. E. Uowles. 28-tf
Attention, Company A.
You will assomblo In your armory
Thursday evening, July 10, 1903, at
8:1C sharp, to consider applications
and other Important business that
will bo brought beforo tho assocla
Ion. DON LACY, Pros.
E. n. GOLDEN. Sec.
Attention, Company A.
You will assomblo In your armory
Thursday evening, July 10, 1903, at
8:15 sharp, In full Khaki uniform for
urlll. D. V. HENSON, Capt. Cora.
B. II. GODLEN, 1st. SergL
Few equal none excel us In mak
ing good Ico cream.
10-tf DEALL & VAN DUSKIRK.
Tho colored basoball toams ot Ard
more and Purcoll will play two
gamos of ball In this city on the 21st
and 22d.
Why wear your life away cooking
when 'you can get so 'many good
things to cat at Solomon's Bakery-
' 12-G.
Tho opportunity of tho year to buy
a rofrlgGrator Is now while Noblo
Bros, aro offering theirs at cost.
8d&w-lm
Tho sonsatlon of tho wook Is Wobb't
stamp photos. 24 for 25c. 14-tf
Grandpa Gardndr Is reported to bo
getting along as well as could ho ox
pocted. Ills ontlro right side Is par
alyzed but ho Is cheerful and eats
heartily.
We Invito tho ladles to como and
see how the very best bread and good
things to eat Is made at Solomon's
Bakery. 12-G
Very Best Bread.
The sight of all sights In Ardmore
today Is the display ot good things to
eat at Solomon's Bakery. Wo have
seen them. Have you? 12-G.
Six Fine Photos for 25c.
Wo aro now making six fine photos
for 2G cents; not stamp photos, but
nlcoly finished and mounted on flno
embossed cards.
15-tf. COLE & JENKINS.
Six flno photos for twenty-flvo conts.
COLE & JENKINS,
15-tf. Photographers.
For a few days at Webb's, 21 pic
'uros for 25c. 14-tf.
B A M W Kv H
y i
HOUSE MOVING,
House Raising,
Moving Iron Safes,
Setting Machcnry, Etc.
Prices as low as good work will
permit, See me.
GEO. IW. WAYLAND.
PERSONAL MENTION.
C. P. Hyde, the oil king, lshm sh h
J. S. Alvorson was here today from
Woodford.
J. W. Zollors Is hore from Okla
homa City.
J. U Keller wont to Wynncwood
today on business.
A. D. Hyde, the oil king, Is In tho
city from Keller.
W. H. Ketchen came up last night
from Marietta.
Drs. J. D. nnd W. V. Batson of Mari
etta are In tho city.
J. B. Wall went to TIshomngo today
to fllo on somo land.
Frank Bourland Is In tho city to
day from Tishomingo.
A. nnd A. M. Hofflng came dow,n
yesterday from AVayno.
Deputy Clerk J. W. Spoiko Is In
the city from Chlckasha.
Jess L. Jordan wbb hero this morn
ing from from Marietta.
C. D. Breeding came down yester
day from Oklahoma City.
N. T. Brcadwcll camo over yester
day from South McAlester.
IL Horz went to Tishomingo this
morning on tho belated train.
Jake Swarz and A. J. Carson aro in
tho city today from Galnosvlltc.
Miss Alma Ellis ot Davis Is visiting
hor sister, Mrs. II. A. Ledbetter.
I. O. Lewis Is In tho city from Ma
dill.' Mr. Lewis Is the foundor of his
town.
Dr. Will Chancollor mado a busi
ness trip to Gainesville yesterday af
ternoon. L. C. Burton, a prosperous young
business man ot Pilot Point, Texas,
Is visiting relatives In tho city.
Mrs. Sam Weoks loft today for
Amarlllo, Texas, where she will make
an extended visit to relatives.
Miss Valllo Sutherland camo home
yostorday from Roanoke, Va., whore
sho has boon attending school.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coopmnn of
Gainosvlllo aro In tho city, tho guosts
of tholr slstor, Mrs. Jo N. Ilarnll.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Wootten nnd
boy, Loslio, aro spondlng a fow days
at Mrs. Wootten's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. V. Doak.
F. J. Phillips, J. S. Askew, D. N.
Goodland and J. D. Carmlchael, all
citizens of Chlckasha, aro spondlng to
day In Ardmore.
Mrs. I mix Fram'o and hor boy, Lon,
Jr., havo gono to Sherman nnd Fort
Worth whoro they will visit rolatlvcs
for a couple of weeks.
Blako Campbell of Fort Worth
and Dunlap Howard of Solma. Ala.,
aro In tho city visiting their uncle,
Judge C. M. Campbell.
W. W. Wontz, Jr., suporlntondont
ot tho Choctaw road, was In tho city
yostorday for a short time. Ho was
accompanied by his wife.
Dr. Boyd of Tishomingo enmo over
this afternoon and was talking re
union to our citizens for a couple ot
hours and returned on tho afternoon
train.
Mrs. W. H. Prater, who has been
visiting In Sherman and Dcnlson for
two weeks, returned home today.
Mr. Prater met her at Gainesville and
returned with' her. '- '
Try a gallon of our Pike's Peak Ico
cream.
lG-tf HE ALL & VAN BUSKIRK.-
Selectlng Allotments.
A largo number of Chortnws ar
rived lr. Chlckasha las; week to leuk
tho sunoundlng country over for al
lotments. Somo ot them wc:i. to
Mlnco, whero tho unallotted land Is
moro plentiful. Most of tho land In
tho vicinity of Chlckasha and Mlnco
Ins baen allotted to Mlssisalp;' t'noc
t.n or full bloods. With fr.xt ex
ceptions they aro accompanied by
white men, who solect their allot
ments and attend' to all tho red tapo
arid legal business attendant on se
curing claims. Thoy do not oxpect to
locato on them permanently and th?y
will all leave them as soon as possi
ble The government requires that
they shall have seen tho land they
with as allotments.
Six flno photos for twenty-flvo cents,
COLE & JENKINS,
15-tf. Photographers,
Buy a' new suit while they nro go
ing so cheap at Madden, Sykea &
Co.'s. lC-tf
J. J. Stolfa, John Hoffman, Law
renco Sprekelmeyer and J. B. Smith
&are at homo from a ten days' fish
on Pennington nnd Blue Mr. Stolfa
says tho crowd could not havo wish
ed for better fishing streams and says
tho country has the finest prospects
for good crops it lias had for years.
Dick Archer rccelvco a telegram
this morning from Neborn, Tenn.. an
nouncing tho serious lllnrtss of hla
daughter, Mrs. Mattlo Tinkle. Mr.
Archer'o son, Willlo, leaves this after
noon for his sister's bodsldo.
I am not In any way connected
with S. J. Long or, Paris, Texas.
J 4 GEO. M. ' WAYIAND.
SURRENDERS ON A DRLAM.
Negro FVeedmen Held for Grand
Jury In Assault Case,
MuBkogpo, I. T., July lb. Jerry Mc
intosh, the nogro froodman, who 1b
chnrgod with saturating his wlfo's
clothing with koroaono and then set
ting fire to them, camo to this city to
day nnd surrendered to Bass Reeves,
deputy United Statos marshal. Mc
intosh says ho dreamed last night
that Deputy Marshal Reeves came
upon him In the brush nnd when he
Jumped up to run tho deputy shot
and killed him.
When he nwokc and realized that
It was only a dream ho decided to
como to town nnd give up Immediate
ly. Ho was nrralgncd before tho
United States commissioner today on
the chargo of assaulting his wife with
Intent to kill. After pleading guilty,
ho was bound over to tho grand Jury
and wns sent to Jail In default of
$10,000 bond.
DISSATISFACTION IN TERRITOY.
Secretary of Interior's Rules on Sale
of Lands the Cause.
Muskogeo, I. T.. July 15. A move
inont has boon Btnrted In tho Indlon
Torrltory to get tho oar of Prosldunt
Roosevelt and protest against tho
policy of Secrotary ot tho Intorlor
Hitchcock In tho sale of Indlnn lands.
Delegations woro horo yesterday from
Wagoner nnd Tulsa to seo what could
ho done.
The causo of tho satisfaction Is
tho now set of rules and regulations
issued by the secretary for tho salo
of lands.
British Islands Seized.
Ixmdon, July IB. According to tho
Pross Association a peculiar rumor
was afloat In tho lobby of tho houso
of commons tonight to tho effect that
soma United Status warship has
seized, off ho coast of Boreno, twenty
smnll Islands, which, It Is said, be
long to Great Britain, nnd had planted
tho American flag on them.
It Is prohnblo that a question on
tho subject will be asked In the
house.
Five Thousand Lives Lost.
Pnrls, July 15. Details have Just
been recolvod horo of a typhoon
which has swopt over a largo portion
of Tonquln, tho French possession in
Southern Chlnn, which Is said to have
been one of tho most disastrous ever
known thorc. Hand, tho capital of
Tonquln, was dovantated and Nnm
dlnh was literally swopt out of ox
istouco. Scarcoly a houso Is loft
standing for mllos. A barrel of spir
its was found 120 qpllcs from the
scono ot tho disaster. All tho natives
who woro caught In tho typhoon per
ished, nnd It Is ostlmated that tho
loss of llfo Is hotweon 2,000 nnd 6,000.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hooks,
a flno baby girl. F. A. Pettitt, Sr.,
grand-father ot the child, Is stepping
high and feels exceptionally proud.
Poto Prultt, who was shot at the
Orr picnic Juno 27, will probably re
ocver. Tho cousory nerves of tho
lower limbs havo reebvored from tho
shock but tho motory ncrvos still re
main paralyzed.
Beforo you go 'phono 74.
9-lm.
Notice, Firemen.
A meeting of tho 11 ro doparlmont Is
horoby called' for Friday night. Lot
every moinbor bo Ijroscnt.
L. C. SLAUGHTER, Chief.
J. WOOD TALIAFERRO, Sec.
Miss Vlrgio King, rocontly appoint
ed sponsor for tho Chickasaw BrI
gado for tho Durant reunion by John
L. Gait, has appointed as hor maids
of honor Misses Jennio Williams and
Kittle Stansell.
Ono-fourth off at Madden, Sykes &
Co.'s means moro than you Imagine.
lGiif.
The Bofs Worm Medicine.
II. P. Kumpo, drugglsL Lclghton,
Ala., writes: "Ono of my customers
bad a child, which was sick, am
threw up all food, could retain noth
ing on its stomach. Ho bought one
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge,
and It brought up 119 worms from th
child. It's tho boss worm mcdlclno Ir
tho world." White's Cream Vermlfugi
Is also the children's tonic. It Im
proves their digestion nnd assimila
tion of food, strengthens their nor
vous system and restores them tot!
health, vigor and elasticity of splr'
natural to childhood. 25c at W.
Frame's:
If women showed to their husbands
as much consideration as they do to
their pet animals tho world would go
much better.
Just About Bedtime.
Tako a Llttlo Early Risor It will cure
constipation, biliousness and liver
troubles. DoWitt's Llttlo Early Ris
ers aro dlfforcnt from other pills. Thoy
do not grlpo and break down tho mu
cous membranes yt tho stomach, liver
nnd bowels, but euro by gently arous
ing tho secretions and giving strength
to theso organs. Sold by City Drug
Store.
The Hargrove Dormitory.
The Hargrovo dormitory must bo
movod from the plnco It now occu
pies to tho collogo campus. To
movo tho building nnd placo It on a
solid foundation will cost In round fig-
ures ;250,
Wo publish bolow n list of tho vol-
tary contributions that havo been
mado to this fund nnd will add to It
from day to day as other amounts aro
given until tho sum required Is In
hnnd. This is n mnttcr that is well
worthy tho nttentlon of those who
tnko n prldo In tho town and Its edu-
catlonnl Institutions. Ardmoro will
bo greatly benefited by making Har
grovo collogo what it deserves to be i
the leading educational Institution In
tho Territory. Thoso who havo given
logothcr with tho amounts, nro pub
lished below:
Madden, Sykes & Co $20 00
A. O. Cruco 10 00
Sidney Sugg io 00
W. F. Whlttlngton 10 00
V. 8. Wolvcrton 10 00
J. O. Qrahnm 5 00
II Moses c 00
Stnnlcy Bruce 6 00
R. W. Dick c 00
I.eo Cathoy 6 00
Red 11 eld & Son 5 00
Ran Wobb 5 00
M. M. Bright 2 50
A. II. Palmer 5 00
J. A. Bivcns 0 00
Williams, Corhn & Co 5 00
Burton-Peel D. G. Co 25 03
Ardmoro D. O. Co 2 50
J. W. Banks 2 50
V. B. Frame 2 CO
J. E. Hamilton & Co 2 00
Cash f. 1 00
Ed Byrd 150
Cash 1 00
J. W. Hoffman 1 00
O. L. Dennos 1 00
M. Munzcshelmcr 1 00
Hall & Hlllls 1 00
Cash 50
Cash 1 00
Tyler & Simpson Co 2 00
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tho CROWN BOTTLING WORKS of Ardmore, arc sole nucnts
nnd bottlers of Carbonated Coca-Coin In the Chickasaw Nation.
If you sell Coca-Coin, protect your customer by seeing that
It bears the official label. Users of Coca-Cola should sec that
It Is label d by the CROWN BOITLINU WORKS, of Ardmore.
THE OFFICIAL LABEL.
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.,
DALLAS. TEXAS.
V
PHONU 307.
1 1 s-
P. & F.
Standard of the World
We carry a fresh stock of it in all sizes at all times.
TYLER & SIMPSON, CO.
Wholesale Distributors.
fash l-00
Coleman & Evans..., 1 00
C. R. Jones & Bro 2 00
Hob Poland 1 00
Prof. Hlushaw c 00
It looks llko Christmas at Solomon's
Bakory thoro are so many good things
to cat displayed on his counters. 1Z-C
Slx flno photos for twenty-flvo cents.
COLE & JENKINS,
,r,'lf- Photographers.
If you do your buying now you can
get a good saddle for small money at
Noblo Bros. 8d&wlm
Cholera Infantum.
This has long been regarded as ono
of tho most dangerous and fatal dls
cases to which infants aro subject.
It can bo cured, howovor, when prop
erly treated. All that Is necessary Is
to gtvo Chamberlain's Colic, Cholora
and Diarrhoea Remedy and caBtor oil,
as directed with each bottle, and a
euro Is certain. For salo by City
Drug Storo, F. J. Ramsey and Ard
moro Drug Co,
When you havo used a Wblto Ele
phant onco you cannot bo induced to
buy any other kind of buggy. This
Is tho kind of buggy tho Williams,
Corhn & Co. nro offering a reduction
on now.
4.
Special Sale for This Week.
300 pairs ladles' nnd misses'
oxfords and slippers worth
11.50 to $2.50, nil go this wcok
at 75c, $t and $1.50
LYNN,
4 12dGwl Tho Shoo Man.
J. WOOD TALIAFERRO,
Funeral Director and Licensed
Embalmer.
Ofilco open dny and nlghL First
door east of A. F. Jonos grocery storo,
corner Mnln nnd C streetd.
fuel
FOR INTERIOR FIMSI1
We carry a full stock of Sash,
Doors, Balusters, Etc., in oak
and hard woods, white and
yellow pine. All kinds of
mill work, Mouldings, Posts
and Wainscoting. Our prices
are right, our lumber is full
seasoned, of the best quality,
and our deliveries prompt
and reliable.
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