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if L RELIABLE Agents Wanted TO SELL TUB Penn Mutaal L ifo Insurance One of the oldest, 'strong est, old line Life Insurance Comnanys iu tbe world. Animate bns been selected lie. hPiidqiiHrters for the Indian Territory, nnd we are here to stay. , The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., M. L. ALEXANDER, Qeneral Agent. Free PhotograoV.t. T. 3. Bedford, tho leading photog raph r, has made arraisemonts wdi tho following merchants and others by which they will glvo awoy nhsolrtely fre on' of Bodford's free photo cuuons with every 10c purchase; 600 of thoso coupons will bo redeemed by Bedford with $5 worth of fine photographs. Spend your money with these people and don't forget to call for coupons: J. B. Smart, grocer. Dr. J. II. NicholBon, dentist Purton-Pooj Dry Goods Co. I). E. Allen, Broadway carriage shop J. l Splcgle, baker. Miss Lillian Collins, milliner. Laldlaw 'Lumber Co. Ardm'otelte. Hall & Hlllls, furniture. Tom Roberts, harbor. Farthing & Coonor, merchant tal lors Thoo E. Coleman,, confections, suc cessor to Coleman & Evans. T. .1. Ka-.moy, drugs and toilet, nr tVlts. V. A. Gilliam, meat market, dfiw g t j j j j g j J. W. KEMP, Real Estate and Insurance. fAV Frisco Emigrant Agent. ; if.- P. O. Box 223. Office, Noble Bldg. ...;. . .j. - Wo have received a car or new Whlto Elephant buggies and aro para, lyzjng prices. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. Drink Tioga Mineral Sbdu Pop, Ice cold st Pugh's. . 9-6. Wo ;lako pleasuro In doing kodak finishing. Work of this kind entrust ed t, us will receive equal caro with galll, y work and tho result is al ways satisfactory. T. J. BEDFORD, 9-yf'v Tho Photographer. r . . 100 feet on Main street close in, $1500.00, half cash, balance to suit purchaser. 3 acres in Northwest Ardmore, 3-room house $1100.00, cash or terms. 3-room house, lot 78x230, close in, will sell for part down, balance monthly. $800,00 beats paying rent. v ii teei in aoumwesc Arumore, C'&nnnnt- 7Kfl ()() K 200x200 feet. 3-room houe in Southwest Aidmorp, $1500.00. H. T. KIR BY, LOANS. A. F. Sclvally. O. T. Ledbetter. 8CIVALLY & LEDBETTER, Real Estate, RenUls and Collections. Notary In Office. Office over T. N. Coleman's drug tore. SECURITY VS. UNCERTAINTY Ask any prominent physican or resident of Ardmore for the best place to buy drugs or haye a pre scription filled, and you are in- variably directed to i 2 f T. N. Coleman's Drug Store I This enviable reputation is but the direct - result of JP our painstaking carefulness concerning details of quality ' m nnd work, and our habit of always (riving tho lowest price $sF ou everything. "V OPEN AIR CONCEnV. Dy First Regiment Band Tuesday Evening Program. Prof. Augustus Peeper, director of tho First Regiment band, will gtvo an open air concert in front of tho Mor gan hotel noxt Tuosday ovontng, be glnlng at 8 o'clock. Although tho band boys aro yet young In their work, they havo mado wonderful strides toward perfection, and under tho leadership of Prof. Peeper, arc making somo flno music. Tho following program will bo ren dered next Tuesday evening, and tbe public Is Invited to hear them. Program. 1. Victoria Grand March, by Ed ward Byer. 2. A Love Story Waltz, by S. E. Morris. 3. Tho Whlto Roso Overture, by Edward Byer. 4. Littlo TullIO, song and dance, by S. P. Laudcndeall. D. Battement do Coeur, Gavotte, by Edward . Byer. C. Hiawatha March, by Nell MoreL Great big flno California black cher ries today at Kahn's. U-2 Vou will be better pleased with your refrlgorator ii It's a Whlto Moun tain. Stcxu Kennorly & Spraglns Co. When Out driving, stop at Kahn's. Most refreshing drinks and courteous treatment. 9-2 Ico overy day in the week nt A E. Rogers'. i 8tandplpe Work Fcjurned. J. J. Kelly, in charge of the con-' Btructlon of tho Ardmoro stnndplpo for our waterworks, wblo.a work was held up last Wednesday, tells us this morning that work was resumed on tho samo today- and ho will work a doublo crow of men in the future In the construction of thi.j plpo. Farm Lnd ChiMp. " W. A. Catlogo and Tom Do Spain aro Just osit from Boaor ccunly in tho wostorn'nart of Oklahoma. Iloav or county Is on tho lino of New Mexico and has some On? Inn-1 In 11. Peoplo nro going thore evtry i. .y nnd homosteadlng somo of his Ur.J. Mr. Catlogo says a man can se"le on 100 acres of land thoro by -.tying $14 for filing on It and $2 fo- the ap plication. If ho remains on it for five years he can jet a patent to jt by paying ?7 moifl, making his 1C0 u'.rcs of land cost him $23. Should he want a patent earlier ho can got It after remaining on tho land font teen months and then yap $1.2(3 per acre for it. Ho says tbero Is no timber and water -Is scarce unless yo.i dig from 125- to 200 feet for It, when you strike One water. Subscribe for the Ardmnrolte. ' Pork, Beef, Mutton, Veal,. Country Hame Boiled Hams, Wiennewurst, Dewey Ham Sausage,, Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef, Full Cream Cheese, Brick Cheese, Switzer Cheese, Limburger Cheese, Eggs, Butter, Melons on ice. The Gold Storage Market. PYEA1T & FRASER. i J i PERSONAL MENTION. Davo Hill Is hero from Chlckasha J. W. Aloxandor is hero from Fos ter W. D. Potter wont to Tishomingo today. J. C. Washington Is In tho Pit from Marietta. J. C. Smith Is in the' elty from Marietta. Gill Stuart . . to Jay for Unnvool on business. O. E. Lake came in yesterday from Denlson, Texas, Russell Williams loft for Durwood today on business. Will Bleakmoro wont to Tishomin go this morning. J. S. Mullen wont to Tishomingo to day on legal business. Harry J. AftVa eft's ovor last nlgbt from Tishomingo. A. Nichols has returned from Mannsvillo and Tishomingo. Claudo Glenn of Bonhara,' Toya9, Is visiting Howard Monoysmlth. R. W. Choato of Marietta was hero this morning cn routo to Tishomingo O. W. Lester and family i.f Atleo are hore visiting frlonds and relatives In tho city. Rev. J. I Keller loft today for Springer where ho will be engaged In a ten or twelve days' meeting. Mesdamos J. W. Shelton, Zera How- ser and F. W. FUher cam? down yes terday from Berwyn and are In the city today. Max Wcsthelmor loft yostorday for St. Louis, Chicago and Now York, whpro ho will buy a largo stock of goodr. for tho fall and winter trade. Mrs. J. D. Kelly lms cono to San Angilo, Texas, -whe-9 the wilt Siiend tvo rr three month-' visiting Mr. tCol- Ij b varonts and In seaich of health I. R. Best, John L. Gait and J. P. Thayer have gono to Madlli, Ada and Roff where they will appraise somi property that has been condemned by tho Frisco people. Mrs. Eva Snynder, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gilliam, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Griffith left for Tishomingo this afternoon to attend tho annual ses sion of tho Grand Chapter Ordor of Eastern Star at that place." . II. II. Allen nnd W. F. Purkor of. Davis, John Coylo of Rush Springs, and Jack Martin of Woodford, nil left this morning for Tishomingo, where thoy will attond tho grand loJge of Masons of tho Indian Tcrrlto-y. F. L. Law and his brother, Bob, havo gone ,to tho Choctaw nation to be gono about a couple of yeeks. , F. L. Law Is tho operator at tho King Cotton Exchange and his place will bo filled by Mr. Marlin of Gaines ville during his absence. Confederates Well Pleased. Every Confederate who has return ed from Durant Is loud In praise of tho treatment accorded them while ovor, there. Undo Bob Scales saya no member of John II. Morgan camp ever received more courteous or con siderate attention at any reun'o.i. Every oil soldier had plenty to eat and drink and a good place to sledp. Ho says thero must have been be tween 700 or 800 veterans then), but ho never heard any adverse word from one of them. It was universally do clared by-itll that Durant had tho best reunion ever held in tho Indian Territory. Uncle Bob added, "you can't say too much about this, fcr It's, so." Tho entire delegation which went from Ardmoro speak la the same strain nnd Durant is cirrylng the hon ors. W. T. Simmons, a delegato from John H. Morgan camp, officiated as gonoral commanding tho Indian Territory division during tho last day of tho Durant reunion. Ho speaks In tho highest terms of the royal treat ment recolved whllo In that city. Picnic at Provence. The citizens of Provence will give a big basket picnic next Sallirday, August IS, with r.musoiacnts for all, Including ball gj.mo between Madih and Provence. 10-6t. Climate- and Crop Report. Following ' is tho cllmato and crop report for the wok ending Saturday, August -8 at Healdton: ' Highest temperature 101 on tho 7th. Lowest temperature CO on tho. 3d. Sunshine 05 per cent. Cotton, whllo doing fairly well, Is throwing off somo. Rain would bo beneficial. Stock water is scarce and grass getting dry. . O. II. HEAD, Xoluntary. Observer. SE KNOXIM2 WASlH.ff POW DER AND HELP YOUR CHURCH. ' 10-5. Moran Scott received a telegram yesterday that his brother, Perry, yas dying at his homo nt Monrovia, Cal. itiuuy, uuwever, no vas auviscu mat he was better and might live for sev eral days A. & C. PUTS IN SERVICE. First Train Reached Ardmore Today. Uses Passenger Depot. Tho Arkansas and Choctaw was sur veyed Into Ardmoro about ton years ago.. Tho project lay dormant f mnny years thon, until a fow years ago nnd work commenced on the roa' and for n tlmo wo woro led to In Hove that they would beat tho C O & O. peoplo hero. Tho first schedulo train ovor the A. & C arrived hero this afternoon at 12:25 o'clock, on tlmo. In chargo of Conduotor W. Faulkner. Englno No. 102, Engineer Hnrry Koseo at the throttle, pulling ono freight car and a combination baggago and passen ger, coach. Tho coach was comfortably filled with passengors. Tho tralu loft again nt 1:30 on tlmo bound for Durant, tho end of its run. Ono can reach Provenco or Dur wood now on either road, the A. & C. or the C. O. & O. Licensed to Wed. Slnco our last report tho following persons In this district havo been granted marrlago licenses: G. II. Thomas and Alta G. Flits, Burnoyvlllo. Joo Abies nnd Hattlo Tramraoll, Madlll. Jno. B. Maloncy nnd Altio Solo mon, Marsd'-n. R. H. McNoll and Francos Cauna van, Ardmore. J. T. Johnson and Haiti Wright. Pauls Valloy. ' W. E. Slrahan nnd Mollii I)ach, Sulphur. Mntt Johnson and Hattlo Illnton. 'Wlynnowood. ' Arthur Hnynes and Fay Montgom ery; Dolborg. E. L. Polndoxtor inn Naitls Jan. way, Pauls Valley. Bon Grayson and Ma?me. Carolina, Okrn. G. W. Blythe. Calco Tuxus, and Oealo Willis, Davis. Ed Hubbard Is hare today from Sylyan. T. C. Youroo of Stonewall Jackson camp of Graham has returned from j tho Durant Confedorato reunion and : left for his homo today. Ho was loud In his pralso of tho hospltablo treat-; mont recolvcd at Durant, and says tho reunion was a grand success. Houston, Toxaa, iroIvo-i her first ;iw halo of-coton today for this R'-ai.on. Rcfrigoratori, tho best In tho city, at J. B. Spraglns & Co's. Tho Lndlos' Aid Socioty of tho Cumborland Prosbyterlan church will meet with Mrs. II. II. Pennington Tuesday aftornoon at 4 p. m. MRS. W. T. NIXON, Sec. A great many delegates left Ard moro today to attend the grand lodge of Mnfiins at Tishomingo. ... ...- 4 Hamilton is making a special 4 run on shoes and slippers this $ week. Big discounts given. . 9-Ct. l- 4 -I S 4 -J 4- 5- 4- 4 $ '3 ! uV Dno lino of California fruits to day at Kahn's. "9-a , II. H. Brown and others caught a catfish In Mooro's tank tills morning which weighed twonty pounds. Those who don't bellovo It can stand up. Write at Once For particulars regarding tho thrco scholarships to bo given away by tho Tyler College, Tyler, Texas, for a short list of names. SAVE YOUR BACK BY USING KNOXINE. 10-5t Martin Williams and Ed Franklin, two negroes, whq pleaded guilty be foro Judgo Pfclffcr six or seven months ago to stealing somo side meat, and who wero fined $50 and six months In jail, took the benefit cf sec tion 1042 and were leased from jail. Ham P. Beo is tho first to present tho 500 coupon tickets to Bedford's photograph gallery, and Is consequent ly entitled to tho free pastoll ne ad vertised. The Ladles' Aid Society of tho Christian church will meet with Mrs. Tom Roberts tomorrow after noon at 2:30 o'clock. 4 MRS. ED SANDLIN, Sec. Dr. Echols has temporary ofllcea over Ramsey's drug store. Practlco limited to diseases of tho oyo, car, noso and throat. 10-tf KNOXINE KILLS DIRT AND GERMS. ' 10-5t. James Paschall, aged 70 years, who j"igh ten miles norjuwett of this place, died at 5 o'clock of heart failure. Deceased was burled this aftcrnoou A NEATLY TURNED ANKLE ! This Oxford $2.50. J. WOOD TALIAFEKRO, Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer. Oftlco open day and night. Only man In tho Territory who has llcenso qualifying him to ship bodies of per sons who havo died of diphtheria, mombrnncous croup, scarlet fovcr, scarlatina, scarlet rash, glandors, an thrax and leprosy. Also ship bodies of persons who dlo with loss conta gious diseases. Dost line of coding nnd caskets in tho Indian. Territory. First door cast of A. Y. Jones' gro cery store. d&w. SAVE YOUR BACK BY USINO KNOX INK 18 USED. 10-GL Something loss thai) 100 tickets woro sold yostordny tj Tishomingo, whoro a ball ganu between Durant and Tishomingo was niuyo-1. Tiio ro sult of tho gamo was six tu ono In fnvor of Tishomingo. Tha W. C. T. U. will meot nt tho First Prenbytorinn church Wotlne dny afternoon at 4 o'clock. MRS. EVA NOBLE. Soc. Ardmoro camp No. 33 Woodmen -f the World, will hold helr regular moetlng noxt Frldny niwi.t. August 14. Important buslnoss will coma up and all the mcmbors aro reriuesloil to attond. J. N. MGU.'JAN, C. C. ED SANDI.IN, Clcr'. NO RUBBING IS REQUIRED IP KNOXINE IS USED.. 101CL , Company A, AU ntlon. You will nssomblo in your armory tonight at 8:15 o'clock sharp for drill. Report in Khnki uniform, Every article of equipment that was not returned niter Uio Oil Springs t p must bo lun I In to the qunrtcr- maUor sergeant It-nlpht. B. V. Hf-INto', Copt Ccm H. II. GODLEN, 1st. Sorgt. NO RUBBING IS REQUIRED IF KNOXINEISUSED. 10-Bt. Foley's honey and Tat tires cn-' -"i. nnrumnnli WANTED. Wo would llko to ask through tho columns of your paper, If thoro is any person who has usod Green's August Flowor far tho euro of Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles that has not been cured and wo also moan . their results, such as sour stomach, formcntatlon of food.habit- ual costlvencss, nervous dyspepsia, headaches, despondent feelings, sleeplessness In fact, any troublq connected with tho stomach or llvnr? This mcdlclno haB been sold for many years In nil civilized countries, und wo wish to correspond with you nnd send you ono of our books frco of cost If you novcr tried August Flow er, try a 25c bottlo first Wo bavo novor known of Its falling. If so, something moro serious is tho matter with you. Tho 25c slzo has just been Introduced this year. Regular slzo 75 cents. At City Drug Store. Foley's honey and P. & F. Molasses Standard of the World We carry a fresh stock of it in all sizes at all times. TYLER & SIMPSON, CO. Wholesale Distributors. Requires nil Gqunlly Neat Shoe. The Oxford TIm Offered by LYNN, are not only exceptionally neat, but also most artisti cally designed, faultlessly fitting and of extreme dura bility. COOL SHOES FOR WARM WEATHER. LYNN, the SHOE man The Hargrove Dormitory. Hargrovo dormitory has been movod to tho collcgo campus, Its pcrmnncnt home. A good deal of expenso has attached to tho work. Thore still re mains a deficiency of about $150 which must bo raised to ovorcomo this Indebtedness. Will you assist In this work? Wo publish below a list of tho vol tary contributions that havo boon mado to this fund and will add to It from day to' day as othor amounts nro given until tho sum required Is In hand. This Is a matter that is well worthy tho attention of thoso who tako a pride In tho town nnd its cdu catbnal Institutions. Ardmoro will bo greatly bcnofltcd by making Har grovo collcgo what It deserves to bo i tho leading cducat'onal Institution In the Territory. Thoiio who havo given together with the amounts, are pub lished below: Madden, Sykcs & Co $20 00 A. C. Cruco 10 00 Sidney Suggs 10 00 W. V. Whlttlngton 10 00 W. S. Wolvorton 10 00 J. C. Graham 5 00 II. Moses ' 5 00 Stanley Bruce 5 00 R. W. Dick , 5 00 Loo Cathoy 5 00 Redflold & Son 5 00 Ran Webb 5 00 M. M. Bright 3 50 A H. Fnlmer 5 00 J, A. Blvcns 0 00 Williams, Corhn & Co 5 00 nurtnn-Peol D. O. Co 25 00 Ardmoro D. O. Co 2 50 J W. Banks 2 60 W. B. Framo 2 50 J. E. Hamilton & Co 2 00 Cash 1 00 Ed Byrd 1 50 Cash 1 0O J. W. Hoffman 1 00 O. L. Denncs ' 1 00 M. Munzesholmcr 1 00 Hnll & Hlllls v 1 00- Cash .' 60 Cash 1 00 Tyler & Simpson Co 2 00 Cash 1 00 Coleman & Evans 1 00 C. It. Jones & Bro 2 m Bob Poland ., 1 00 Prdf. Hlnshaw 5 00 Wo have n few moro of thoso bug gies left on which wo offer a big re duction from the former price, iid&vlra NOBLE BROS. Mid-summer prices at Miss Balrd's means ono-half off on every summer hat In the house. 9-3 Buy your lumber from tho East Sldo Lumber company and secure votes In tho merchants' ?500 cash prize. lG-tf. FRALEY BROS. MgTS. When you havo used a White Ele phant onco you cannot bo Induced to buy any other kind of buggy. This Is tho kind of buggy tho Williams, Corhn & Co. aro offering a roductlon on now. Foley's Money ' t children. rjiftt.suiv bwoplatcs. Subscribe for tho Ardmorelte. at Lone Grovo.