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Advertisements uuutr this bead wiil
be received n (ho rate of Ave (5)
cents per lino. No advertisement
rcelved for less than Alteon (IB)
icntn Special monthly rates tur
nlshed nu npp'!.atIon. The notice
may contain any matter cf "Lost,"
"Found," "For flent." "For dale,"
"8tolen," "Strayed." nr any purpos
without display lines.
FOR KENT Two furnished rooms.
Apply 402 East Broadway. 19-12t
AGENTS WANTED To sell tho best
nnd only positive skirt supportes
over Invented. Geo. N. Scoots, 10C2
Monandock Dldg., Chicago.
for Insurance office. M. 1 Alexan
der city. 13-Ct.
iiags wantcu ai Arumore-
Ite office. Bring nt once.
Mnrrlfd. on July H. nt the residence
of the bride's father near Bcrwjn.
Miss Belle Young to Mr Wayot C'hlg
Icy of Davis.
Miss Belle Is the oldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Young. She Is
accomplished nnd very popular with
nil who know her. Tho gentloman,
Mr. Chlgloy, represents one of tho
oldost nnd most rospectod fnmlllos In
tho Chickasaw Nation. Thoy are lo
anted at Davis wlioro thoy have a
beautiful and woll furnished house
Mill. MAliVr iL u uarKiuu. JU1II
cows. Apply J. E. Bowles. 30-tf
FOB SALE My bussr Pony, perfect
ly safo for ladles and children to
drive. Mrs. J. E. Bowles. 28-tf
FOR KENT Toxns Wagon Yard on
Caddo St. Camp house, storo nnd
feed building In connection. New
stnlls, flno well of water. Dryost
yard In Ardmore. Hall & IIIllls,
house furnishers. ' 19-2
1 Mrfc Peeples' Music School.
:"onr fall term will begin August
Strootj Commissioner Frank Kolb
of "tho First ward has practically fin
ished opening up tho, boundary street
from Wjast Main to tho FronBley prop
erty In' the northwost part of town
About a half milo of good street has
bean established, nnd the same can
ntf be used for any and all purposes.
tiylor's LowneV and Allegrettl's
wned candles nt Coleman & Ev
ans'. Phono 224.
Buy your lumber from the East Side
Lumber company and sccuro votes In
tbq merchants' $500 cash prize.
l&-(f. FBALEY BROS. Mgrs.
on all kinds of
HALL & HILLIS.
Whon you do your buying at J. B
Smart's you have tho satisfaction of
knowing that you have fresh grocer
ies at the lowest price. 19-3
200x200, 3 room house in south
400x202 on West Broadway, ex
cellent improvements, $2,400.00,
.cash or one-third cash, balance to
100 feet on West Main street
3 room house, would be a good
wagon yard stand, will sell this at
a bargain if taken soon.
A tracker jack piece of switch
property on O. O G. at a price
that willl sell it.
Rent peoperty in all parts of
Ardmore. If yon have any real
estate to sell list it with me.
H. T. KIRBY,
LOANS Noble Building
ILLINOIS LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
James W. Stevens, President
Issues liberal and up-to-date policies.
Agents Wanted Liberal contracts, de-
W. S. WOLVERTON & SON,
Ardmore, lnd. Tor.
Another liveryman arrived In tho
city last Friday night and will nss'st
1. B. Cathoy In his business. Ho
weighs ton pounds. Is stout and
Soli or swap your old secohd-hand
goods to Hall & Hlllls. 19-2
Thero was a quiet marriage at tho
court house yesterday aftornoon,
Chos. Doyle and Oda Harrington be
ing tho contracting parties. Commis
sioner Robnett performed the cere
mony, and tho Ardmorelto Joins n
wisning for tne happy couple a long
lire of happiness.
A. P. Sclvally.
Q. T. Ledbetter.
SCIVALLY & LEDBETTER,
Real Estate, Rentals and Collections.
Notary In Offlc?.
Ofllca over T. N. Coleman's drug
Do Paper Hanging.
Qood work and low prices.
Leave orders at T. N. Cole
man's Drug Store,
J. G. WATTS.
We are pleased at the re
ception given U3, nnd wo are
grateful for your liberal pat
ron ii Re Miice our opening.
We have been unable to pro
cure Pnre ltyo Plonri nnd
hnviug adopted as our motto,
We would not bake Rye
Bread until we could get what
would produce "the Very
Best Rye Bread. We now
will comnionue baking
g with onr Very Best
White Bread, the purest ami
offered for sale anywhere.
Call and see our up to-date
Good tljiijgs to Eat
The Very Best Bread.
TT W T tpJflepep eprpeptprpepeprp ipi.pipi.p
$ TRY ONE OF THOSE
Tooth Brushes for 25c. 1
Every one Guaranteed.
It. L. Hlner of Lone Grove was here
Max Whlttlngton went to Tishomin
Ilov. G. T. Black went to Tisho
William F. Wnrron of Uorwyn was
In tho city yostorday.
Dr, J. W. Smith wns at his office
yostorday nftor a wcok's Illness.
E. D. Halght and A. J. Carson wcro
hero yostorday from Gainesville.
Prof. J. C. Tucker of Piano, Texas,
is spending his vacation In Ardmore.
Miss Wlldn M . ''.tho guost of
Prof, and Mrs. wilt In "i'icsvIIIc.
Mrs. J. D. It a and li" soi Phil,
are on a ton dij . i '.mi ana
Mr. and Mrs. Joe lllodsoe have re
turned from n week's visit to Sul
Mrs. H. T. KIrby loft yostorday for
Eldorado Springs, Mo., to siiid tho
Mrs. Lizzie I'lttman of Eastman Is
horu visiting lior sister, Mrs. T. I
H. A. Uasham of Shawncu, O. T.,
was hore yostorday on routo to Lono
Mrs. II. II. Smith and Mrs. T-ntta
are In tho city from. Ada visiting Mrs.
Sam II. UuUcr loft today for Adams
vllle, Tonn., to visit his father, who
Is 73 years old.
Mrs. Phil Owons of Waco, Texas, is
In 'ho city the guest of her sister, Mrs
U J. Johnson.
Miss Iona Gardonhlro has returned
home from a visit to Mrs. Tom Gra
ham In Tishomingo.
13. S. aicl'horson loft today for
Kansas City and will porhnps go to
Chicago boforo he returns.
Mrs. A. J. Lawrence and daughter,
who have been in Sulphur for
month, will be home todny.
Mrs. A. F. Drye of Pilot Point, Tox
as, Is In the city visiting Mrs. T. U
Holland and Mrs. Sollle Peel.
J. 1). Spraglns left today for Dsn
ver, Colorado, from which pla e he
goes to Idaho Springs, Colo.
Miss OUvhf HInes of Purrell, who
had been atf ending the normal hoie
left yosterday for her home.
Miss Franklo Sclvally of Springer
Is In tho city visiting her Uttlo cous
ins, Gladys and Luclllo Sclvally.
Uov. Collins of Ada wns heie yo&'
terday representing tho Western ltap
tlst publication of South McAlostor.
Miss Leila Drynnt and brothdr, Al
pha, of Denlson, Texas, aro hero vis
Iting their sister, Mrs. Wilt Floyd.
A. I'ulllnm and dnughter. XHss
w,..e, .loft yostorday afternoon for
Whltesboro, Texas, to visit for n few-
Hev. P. IL Eaglcbargcr loft yes
terday for Tishomingo, whore ho will
attend a Methodist revival nt that
A. F. Sclvnlly returned yesterday
with his mother, Mrs. S. E. Gardner,
from a visit of several days at Atlce,
Mrs. U J. Johnson and son, Arthur,
returned last nlgl.t from Waco, Tex
as, whero they have made an extend
Mrs. Ilosa Tanner of Tishomingo
was hero yestorday on routo to Lono
Grove to visit with her sister, Mrs. I.
A. C. Young loft last nigh for Chi
cago whero ho will remain about ton
days purchasing a stock ot furniture
Ibr his Ardmoro house.
Miss J.ula Lanfoar, who has been
In the city, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs.
I. Boger, departed yesterday for her
home at Thurber, Texas.
Miss Mabel Marston and licr little
sister, Inez, havo gono to Gainesville,
Texas, to spend a fow days with their
cousin, Mrs. It. C. Gowalt.
Mrs, Fannlo Simpson ot Florence
Ala., and Mrs. Mnttlo Itoach of Aner
vllle, Texas, aro In tho city visiting
Dr. J. F. Young and family.
Will Pitman was hero yesterday
from Marsden. Ho says a rain now
would bo of some benefit to corn but
that his cotton needs no rain.
Mrs. H. L. Crockett and baby left
yesterday ever tho Choctaw for Bris
tol, Va., whero thoy will visit Mrs.
Crockett's mother, Mrs. John Fain,
for a couple ot months.
F. L. Tyre, who has been in tho
city for a couple of weeks visiting
his folks, left yesterday for Fort
Worth, whero he represents tho Santa
Fe news company.
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Here is your opportunity to get a
good Piano at a Bargain.
I have a number of Pianos
stock that arc as
GOOD AS NEW,
which will be on sale
1 Wednesday, July I6th to the 21.
Buy a now suit whllo thoy nro go
ing so cheap at Madden, SylC3 &
One-fourth off at Madden, Sykcs &
Co.'s means more than you Imagine
. . . lrWf.
Uno hund"rcd" pairs of low cuf shoos
at low cut prices this week at Hamil-
Wlllio Kendall, of tbis -city will
preach, atLone Grove "today.
These Pianos show a little use, some have been sold
and payments made on them, others have been rented a short
time. The prices I have made on these Pianos will move
them. These are rare bargains. Come and look them over.
Try them and get prices.
Will be sold on easy pay
ments if desired, jt jt
EX B. LUKE,
West lylait) Stfeet,
Rate $1.35 Round Trip.
Noxt Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day tho Choctaw road will attach ;vc
coachos to thcH local leaving hero
about 7 o'clock and carry passengers
to Tishomingo and back for $1.33.
Tho snmo local will be held nt Tisho
mingo in the aftornoon until C o'clock.
Thoro will bo great crowds of peo
plo In Ardmoro who will attend the
GREAT HALF PRICE
Entiro lino Ladles' Trimmed Hats,
Hcady-to-Wcar Hats and Misses',
Children's Hats, Baby Caps, at half
Xidlos' Flno Muslin Underwear,
Dross Skirts, Lawn Waists and Belts
at reduced price.
Largo lino Indies' Human Hnlr
tfialds, nngs and Wigs.
CUT PRICE MILLINERY HOUSG,
W. C. Garrotson has sold the Central
livery barn to T. L. Holland. Con
Services at tho Christian church at
11 a. m. and 8:3 p. m. Tho forenoon
sorvlce will be speclnlly for the chil
dren. Parents aro cordially invited to
bring their children and arslst In
making tho services attractive Evon
Ing subject, "Asleep and Awake." All
aro made welcome.
J. C LA HENCE HEED, Pastor
TO THE PUBLIC.
The CROWN BOTTLING; WORKS of Ardmore, arc sole agents
and bottlers of Carbonated Coca-Coin In the Chickasaw Nation.
If you sell Coca-Cola, protect your customers by seeing that
It bears the official label. Users of Coca-Cola should seo that
It Is labeled by the CROWN BOTTLING WORKS, of Ardmore.
THE OFFICIAL LABEL.
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.,
Tho White, ball bearing, guaranteed
best made sewing machine. 19-2
HALL & HILLIS.
J. WOOD TALIAFERRO,
Funeral Director and Licensed
Ofllco open day and night First
door east of A. F. Jones' grocery storo,
corner Main and O streets.
T. C. BBIDGMAN,
Funoral Director and Embalmer,
With W. J. BROWN,
who has tho largest, finest and most
complete lino of coffins, casket" and
burial supplies of any house In tho
Indian Territory. Calls attended to
promptly day or night, and satisfac
tion guaranteed. 19-lm
Hall '& Hlllfs s repair nnd swap
watches clocks, qtCj 19-2
I A cut In .men's low 'cut shoos at J.
E Hamilton's this week. 19-2
Prmts All the NEWS All the Time?
P. & F.
Standard of the World
We carry a fresh stock of it in all si?es at all times.
TYLER & SIMPSON, CO.