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Agents Wanted I TO SELL TIIQ PenD Mutual Life Insurance One of the oldest, strong PBt, old line Life Insurance Company iu the world. Atdmore baa been selected no beudnunrtera for the Indian t Territory, and we are here to stay. The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., M. L. ALEXANDER, General Agent. Order Eaitern Etar. Tho regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star will bo held tonight In tho Masonic temple. All officers are expected to bo In their chairs at 8 o'clock sharp. MRS. EVA SNYDER, W. M. M. M. aniFFlTH, Sec. PERSONAL MENTIO t r N. l I There will to an Ico cream supper at Mrs. J. J. Valentino's In South Ard more, Tuesday night. Everybody In vited. 27-2t Vigor that's all at Jake's 26-2 A. 4. C. Roadbed Nearly Ready. William Edwards, roadmaster of tho A. & C; was In tho city yester day and told us that ho would hava the track In good shnpo by August 1. General Superlntondont Davidson was under tho Improsslon that It wduld tnko a week longor to do this work, nnd that Is why ho postponed putting on trains, until August 9. J. II. Conllf.v and J. J. Hooker came up yosterday from Tomplo. Choctaw Agent J. M. Zlkc Is In Memphis attending court. W. M. Freeman and wife were In the city yesterday from Paula Valley. Miss Cora Miller from Sedan, Kan sas, Is In tho city visiting her sister, Mrs." Will Light Mrs. 8. J. Baker of Gainesville Is vlsllng tho family of Chas. S. Macey In East Ardmorc. W. C. Dunn, clerk of the land office at Tishomingo, was In tho city yester day visiting his brother, C. O. Dunn. W. T. Ward, deputy clerk; Q. W. Adams and J. II. Drldges, deputy mar shals, were visitors In tho city yes terday. Arthur Walcott, mayor of Ilalley- vflle, after spending several days In tho metropolis of tho Indian Territo ry, roturncd home today. J. D. Helsloy loft yestorday for Trinidad, Col., whore ho will visit his family, who are spending tho summer at that place. Mr. Holsloy will bo gone about two weeks. I H. Marston left last night for Lind say, whore he will bo present at tho lotting of the contract for a two story 25x80 Kansas City press brick build ing, to bo occupied by tho Lindsay National bank. The building will cost about $10,000 .Mr. Marston built the First National bank bullldng at Lind say, and Is Just now completing three Btoro houses there. FOURTH DISTRICT W. C. T. TEMPERANCE UNION. U. Will Be Held In the Methodist Church, South, at Wynneewood on Tues day and Wednesday, August 4 and 5 The Program. Evangc i gth Mrs JosepHie Carr, Ardmorc Question llox Conducted by Mrs. S. F. Goddard, Wynnowood. Address by tho Territory President Mrs. Karsha. Discussion "Importance- of a Good Inanolal Uasls." Discussion on Department Work. Report of Committee on Rosolu tlons. Report of Committee on Courtesies. Miscellaneous Business. Announcements. Adjournment. The first annual convention of the Womon's Christian Tomporanco Un ion of tho fourth district, which will 'bo held at Wynnowood on Tuesday and Wednesday, noxt week', will bo a very Interesting one, as can bo seen from tho following program. Time of Prayor Noontide. Dadgc A knot of whlto ribbon. District Officers. Trosldent Mrs. Josephlio Carr, Ardmorc. Recording Secrotary Mrs. O. A Allen, Wynnowood. Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Jas. Williams, Chlckasha. Treasurer Mrs. R. O. Whoolor, Ada. MILLINERY. Trimmed hats, ready to wear hats, sailors, baoy caps at loss than Eastorn cost. 24t LOWENSTEIN'S Clearance Sale. J. W. KEMP, : Real Estate and Insurance. Frisco Emigrant Agent. i P. O. Box 223. Office, Noble Bldg. J " 2 5 J 5 J f T. C. DRIDGMAN, Funeral Director nnd Embalmer, With W. J. DROWN, who has tho largest, finest and most complete lino ot coffins, casket" nnd burial ' supplies of any house In tho Indian Torrltory. Calls attondod to promptly day or night, and satisfac tion guaranteed. 19-lm Postofflce Changed Location. This morning Postmaster Redflold moved tho postodlco from tho old Stand on Main stroot to tho building on North Washington that Is Just finished up for tho postofllco. Dust noss was not delayed at all, and al most within nn hour from tho tlmo thoy began to movo, ovorythlng was over at tho now place and In position. Chairmen Local Committees. Reception Mrs. Carolyn B. Henry Entertainment Miss Mnnio Green hill. Printing and Pross Mrs. J. W Henderson. Music Miss Nottlo Massoy. Decoration Mrs. W. B. Cochran, i Tuesday Afternoon, 2:30 O'clock! Meeting of Executive Commltteo,J Informal Conferonco of.Ofllcors and Workers. Appointment of Committers on. Qrp, dontlals, Constitution, Courtesies anp Tolograms. Annoitncomonts. Adjournment. Tuesday Evening 8:30. Medal Contest. Music. Dovotlonal, lot! by Mrs. Conway of Wynnowood. Music. Reading Woman's Complaint 'Eula Bowles Barn Burned. This morning nt 2 o'clock tho barn of Jim Bowles, on C stroot southwest Cochran was discovered on flro. Tho bulldlnn Reading was nearly consumed when tho do-1 Prim partment got thoro, and there was practically nothing saved except Ir. Bowles' flno bull, which was released from Us fastenings by Officer DeMoss slon," Manning Hsndgrson, Just when tho flames were cottlnc too Reading "Tho Youth and hot to bo comfortable. Mr. DoMoss Trco," Thurman Tunsel. A. F, Sclvally. G. T. Ledbotter. 8CIVALLY & LED BETTER, Real Estate, Rentals and Collections. Notary In Office. Offlco over store. T. N. Coleman's drug enys that thrco calvos, wlfch wero overlooked, woro considerably scorch' cd. Tho bam contained, wo are told, considerable household goods, tho proporty of Mr. Bowles: five or six boggles, some hay arid other feed stuff, and all told was worth perhaps ,000. Fifteen hundred Bargains 200x200, 3 room house in south west Ardmore $1,500 400x202 on West Broadway, ex cellent improvements, $2,400.00, ca8iior one-third 'japh, balance to suit purchaser. 100 feet on West Alain street 3-room house, would be a good wagon yard stand, will sell this at a bargain if taken soon. A cracker jack piece of switch property on O. O G. at a price that willl sell it. Kent peoperty in all parts of Ardmore. If you have any real cstato to sell list it with me. I-I. T. KIR BY, LOANS Noble Building I Do Paper Hanging. Good work and low prices. Leave orders at T. N. Cole man's Drug Store, J. G. WATTS. "In tho Kegs," Mabel Roadlng "Tho Woman's Crusade,' May Martin. Roadlng "Farmer Dean's Conver ge Roadlng "Tho Factory Chimney,' Lucia Lawrence. Music. The Awarding ot Medal. Collection. Benediction. Wednesday Morning, 8:30. Consecration Services, led by Mrs dollars Insuranco Martin of Wynnewood. 8:30. by Mrs. Wednesday Evening, Music Dovotlonal; led Meoflor. Wvnnowood. Lecture Mrs. Lila Carlln Moore. Offering. Music. Donodlrtlon. WANT COLUMN. cdvertlsemcnts under this head will be received at tho rati ot five (6) cents per line. No advertisement rcelvod for less tbac Mtccn (15) cents. Special monthly rates fur nished on application. The notice may contain any matter of "Lost,' "Found," "For Rent," "For Sale," "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpose without display lines. WANTED. MANAGER WANTED Authorized Life of Popo Loo XIII. Trustworthy lady or gontloman In each district to manage our business and start agents In tho salo ot tho Official and Authorized Life of Popo Loo XIII. Book Issued undor tho lmprl mntur of Cardinal Gibbons nnd on dorsed by tho leading arohhlshops and priests throughout tho United States and Cnnnda; printed in both English nnd French; $20 straight satary and oxpsnsos, pnld one week dlroct from hendqunrtovu, jx- ptnse money advanced; position SCHOLARSHIP IN GAINESVILLE COLLEGE GIVEN AWAY. Ladies Of tho Loaf 76,204 Elks CB331 Knights ot Pythias 11,9515 1. O. O. F 9.C58 Woodmen of tho World 5,109 Hro Department 1.G10 Roncvolent Society 1,575 Paying Employment for the Summer Months A Liberal Commlnlon on Every Dollar Appeals to Ambitious Young People. Tho Dally and Wookly Ardmorolto offer to somo young man or young lady an opportunity to easily earn a scholarship In ono of tho host busi ness colleges of Uio country. To ob tain tilts scholarship you aro required only to do n small amount ot work among your friends and to add profit to tho plcasuro of tho work, Uio Ard morolto will pay you for all you do. On October 1, 1903, wo will give to tho boy or girl sending us in tho largest number of annual weekly sub scrlbers a scholarship including a thorough coursa In bookkeeping, shorthand or banklne, In tho Gaines villa Business Collego of Gaines ville, Toxas. Tho contest begins Juno 10 and ends at 12 o'clock mid night, SopL 30, 1U03. Each Dally Ardmorclto subscriber paid for two months will count oa ono annual Weekly subscriber. Tho prlco of tho Weekly Is l a year; tho piUo of the Dally lb 50c a month. Retain aa you pay for your work, 15c out ot each dollar. Regular traveling solicitors and employes ot tho office aro not cllglblo to enter tho contest. Tho proposition haa mora onough o nppenl to any ambitious toy or girl. Lot your frlonds know thnt you want Uio scholarship and thoy will come to your assistance. Bo the first one to sond In n list pormanent. Addross David D. Clark- M scrlbors. 8on, 324 Dearborn street, Chicago. 23-12t MALE HELP WANTED Circular and samplo distributors wanted overywhoro. No convnuslng. Good pay. Co-Oporatlvo Adv., Co., N. Y. Interest Tho contost placoa within your easy grasp tho host opportunity of your life for a business education. LITERARY CONTEST. 756 428 Modern Woodmen of America. Masonic Carpenters' Union 223 Broadway M. E. Church 473 M. E. Church (col) .... First tlaptlst Church.... Public School Library .. Cemetery Association ... City Library U. C T. O. P. Church South Baptist Churoh .. Am. Federation of Lube 150 410 66 539 28 25 16 10 15 Vigor that's the stuff you can get it at 10c a packago at Jako's. 26-2 BANN.- ft 6aLV5 the most hona sbi-o in the wern Soap Bubble Contest. Tho Woman's Guild of St, Philips church aro preparing to glvo a soap bubble contest for tho entertainment of tho boys nnd girls, which will tnlio placo nt tho rectory on Thursday af ternoon between the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock. All children nro invited to come nnd win n prize. Yosterday Deputy Norton camo up from Marlotta, having In chnrgo tt Mississippi Choctaw Indian named John York, who was charged with, shooting Into tho houso of Paulino York nnd Hottio Jlmlson, who wero In ilnn clso. Ho was placed In Jail. Owing to urgent business, Miss Wntklns has been compelled to leavo for her homo but will return to Ard moro Sept. 1st nnd again tako charge of her class. Any ono wishing to en roll for tho fall term, address Mrs. Kathcrlno Peoples, 128tf It took 17fi additional cells to mnko tho batt(jry strong enough In tho" Choctaw depot to accommodnto tho A. & C, wires. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Two furnished Apply 402 East. Broadway. rooms. 19-12t Grows Each Week Light Voting Done. Owing to tho fact that bovcral Arms at whoso store thoro is usually a heavy vote cast, havo not counted Uio vote ot tho past week, only a light voto wns cast Tho rosult at 6 o'clock Saturday evening stood: Orio Club 11G.059 FOR SALE Ono sovon-room house, Company A, Militia 88,1G6 ns I will soon be roady to movo FOR SALE. 9(5H SALE My housohold" furnituro 1'orse and carriage. Mrs. Slg SI- 2Ctf Somothlng now; 24 flno pictures for 2So. WEBB, tho Photogrnphor. 27tf. Brown Kills a Horse Thief. Tho following telegram was receiv ed hero yestorday nnd Is tho only in formation on tho subject that wo aro In possession of: "Hobnrt, O. T., July 25. Ocorgo Oatos, U. S. M., Ardmoro, I. T.: My solf and posso captured and killed horse thief. Tried nnd discharged. Will reach homo Tuesday night. "LEON BROWN." Into my now rosldonce. Afso want to oxchango a good gontlo buggy horse for a two-horso buggy. R. W. Rnndol. 2C-tf FOR SALE At a bargain, three milk cows. Apply J. 13. Bowles. 30-tf applied on theso things, Including his residence; 300 ot which was ion the bnrn. j No one knows how It caught. Don't forget tho opportunity; 24 flno pictures for 25c. It's Webb, the .iholographor. 27tf You can got more vigor for 10c nt Jake's than you ever had befofo. 26-2 tlals. Roll Nino o'clock Opening ot Conven tion. Reading of Crusade .Psalm Re- sponslvely. Singing Hymn, "Give to tho Winds Thy Fears." Prayei by Territory President - Mrs. Hnrsha. Reading Minutes. Report of Committee on Crcdon- FOR SALE My buggy pony, perfect ly safe for ladles and children to drive. Mrs. J. E. Bowles. 28-tf i-uii SAL.1S uncst containing com plete set of carpentor's tools very cheap. J. Goldsmith, Caddo street. 22-lm. Mrs. Peeples' Music School. Our fall term will bogln August 6th. 19-sG. We aro told that some Indian bucks walked from Hennopln, thirty mllos, lo Join In the Indian dnnco Saturday night. Gibson Jac';s,on, a thrco year old MIsFlsslppi Choctaw Indian child, died six miles out of tho city last night r.nd was burled today. Tho Ladles' Aid society of the First Presbyterian churcL. will meet with Mrs. C. P. Vandenberg tomorrow af ternoon at 4 o'clock. Webb's making them; 24 flno pic tures for 25c. 27tt 1 f Tt f SECURITY VS. UNCERTAINTY Ask any prominent physican or resident of Ardmore for the best place to btty drugs or have a pre scription filled, and you are in - variably directed to T. N. Coleman's Drug Store This enviable reputation is but the direct result of our painstaking carefulness concerning detaiU of quality and work, and our habit of always Riving the lowest price on everything. j I Call by Recording Secretary, Mrs. O A. Allen. Addi ess of Welcome Mrs. J. W. Hendorson, Wynnewood. Rosponso Miss Laura Scott, Paoll. Music, Hymn, "Rock of Ages," Roports of Genernl Officers Presi dent, Corresponding Secretary, Treas urer. Roports of Branches Young Wo man's Branch and L T. L., Miss Maud Tennory. Miscellaneous Business. Announcements. Noontide Prayer, led by Mrs. Wal lace, of Wynnewood. Adjournment. Wednesday Afternoon, 2 O'clock. Conference ot Superintendents and Workers. 2:30 Devotional, led by Mrs. Ivoy McMillan, Ada. Reading minutes. Adoption of Constitution and Elec tion of Officers. President's Address. Music. ' Reports ot Superintendents, Mothers' Meetings Mrs.' A. J. Wol vorton. Sunday School Work Miss Laura Scott, Paoll. ' ' Jail and Prison Mrs. M, L.'Mad den, Ardmore. Medal Contest Mrs. Carolyn B. Henry, Wynnewood. Flower Mission Mrs. Joslo liar- bort. Roft Scientific Temperance Instruction Mrs. Josephine Carr, Ardmore. Press Work Miss .Sarah . Rollow Ada. FOR RENT My homo placo on South Washington street, two bio ks from Main. Six room cottage, has good underground cistern, well, storm cellar and outhouso; also ample barn room fur horso, buggy and food, nnd largo chicken-tight enclo sure with chicken houso. Can va cate any tlmo. Apply to Sam Rob ertson, Ardmore Dry Goods Co. 27-3t FOR RENT. TO THE PUBLIC. The CROWN BOTTLINQ WORKS of Ardmore, are sole agent and bottlers of Carbonated Coca-Cola In the Chickasaw NaUon. If you sell Coca-Cola, protect your customers by seeing that It bears the official label. Users of Coca-Cola should see that It Is labeled by the CROWN BOTTLING WORKS, of Ardmorc. STRAYED i Thin-haired sow, both ears cropped, will wolgh about 140 pounds. Notify W. M. Robertson at Ven Ddnborg's lumber yard. 2C-3 it. v. Konson will furnish seven gallons distilled water delivered at your home or placo of business for 20 cents. THE OFFICIAL LABEL. COCA-COLA BOTTLING DALLAS. TEXAS. CO., It's fresh roasted and you'lf bo well posted, when you buy a packago of vigor at Jako's. 2C-2 Extra largo Queen Olives In bulk at Jake's. 2G- Youth nnd vim may bo hard to buy but you can get vigor at Jako's 2C-2 You can eat Queen Olives because they aro so cheap at Jake's. 26-2 The titrna annual reunion of tho Indian Territory divlslu of cx-Cnn- reuer.ucs u to ue noia at D'lnvt cu Augi.it C 7 and 8. Indian ball gamov rjreon corn dnnco. Speakers of na tional reputotion will bo present. Tickets selling on August 5 and 0 f r wit faro plus 50c; good to 9ih. Vit Information wrlto to i,. . LEWIS ,PAtU..N, Chairman Advertising Coxmiiice. I P. & F. Molasses Rofrigorators, tho bet t ,h the city, at J. BSpraglns & Co's. ' SafiaqfltfiT for the"i Ardmbrditei ' m Standard of the World We carry a fresh stock of it in all stees at all times. TYLER & SIMPSON, CO. Wholesale Distributors.