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Special Correspondence McMillan, 1. T., Aug. 10. Iter. Sul llvnn, who has been conducting n re vival at Uio Mothodlst church here for a week, closed hts meeting Suurtay night with two additions to the church. Miss Lula Berry, who has been spending a week with frionds here left Sunday with Dr. Kennedy of Ran to visit her Bister, Mrs. W. H. Vln cent of that place Mr, and Mrs. Pod Burton of Ycagcr, 1. T., aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Williams, Mrs. Burton's mother, of near this place. John Ilcynolds of Itofl, I. T., aro visiting friends hero. a eo. Reynolds of Ovcrbrook Is visit Ing friends here. Claud Sknggs and Miss Mngg'o Toons wcro united In the holy bonds of matrimony at Tyler on Sunday night, Aug. 2. Mr. Hobbs and family havo been spending sovornl days with relatives near Madlll. Miss Minnie Ileall of Orleana, Tex as, Is spending this week visiting her nephew, Dr. Cox, Quito a number of visitors from dif ferent parts of tho country vUlted our town Sunday to attend the ro vlval. Sumo of our people attonded a pic nic nt Orlona, Tosas, last week and report a pleasant time. Mr and Mrs. Dan Stovor who have been away to Toxas most of tho sum mer, havo returned to their home. Tho baby of Mr. and Mrs. O. Saw ycr, has been qulto 111 for soveral days with congestion. Charley Hlggs, who has been sick for sovoral days, Is some belter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hums of Pleas ant Mound, visited friends near 'erc Saturday and Sunday. All Aboard for Wheeler. Thoro Is to bo a big picnic, tourna ment riding and match hall gamo and all other amusements full of fun for old and young. A good day's enjoy ment fr ovorybody nt Whoelor. August 115, 1903. A Worm Killer. J. A. J. Montgomery, I'uxlco, Wayne county, Mo., writes: "I havo llttlo twin girls, who havo boon boihorcd with worms nil thulr IJvos. I trlod ev erything to roVovo thorn which fail ed until I usod Whlto's Cream Vormi fugo) tho first two dosos brought four worms from ono of them, Uio noxi two dosos. twolve, ono of them meas uring twolvo Inchos; Uio other child was only rollovcd of four worms. It Is a most oxcollont medicine." Whlto's Cream Vormlfugo Is good for children. It not only dostroys worms, it holp3 tho child to porfoct growth, wards off sickness. 25c a W. B. Kramo's. n gain CHIQLEY. are tk First TO PLACE New Goods Before the good people of Ardmore. WE WENT TO MARKET EARLY, We got the "Cream" and left the "Blue John" for those who went later. We propose to give our custo mers the benefit of our buying; in fact.our customers needs are our constant thought. THE BOYS will need a lot of Waists and Shirts for school wear and our beautiful line of MADRAS has arrived. DURING THIS WEEK we will place this elegant line of Madras on sale, these are the 1 5 cent goods and all new styles For this week only they will go at lOc - PER YARD. 3THE GIRLS W'U also need school Dresses, We likethe girls, and in order to give each one a chanc ? to have new school dresses we will put on sale this week our Entire line of 30 inch Double Fold Percale, the regular 8 1-3 grade, beautiful patterns and nice colors. This week only at Ho thnt burns his candle at both ends will havo no placo to stand It. f Physicians and Druggists. Ford & Sturgeon, a prominent drug firm at Itocky Hill Station, Ky., write: "Wo woro requested by Dr. 0. I). Snlgley to send for Ilorblno for tho benefit of our customers. Wo ordered thrco Uoicn In December, and wo aro glad to say Herblne has given such great satisfaction that wo havo du plicated this order threo times, and today we gavo your salesman another order. Wo beg to say Dr. 0. II. Snlg ley take pleasure In recomraendltig Herblne." 60c bottlo nt W. 13. Framo's Always toll the truth when quel tloncd, and you will avoid dropping Into tho habit of lying. Watch for a Chill. However slight nt this tlmo of year and in this cllmnto, It Is the forerun ner of malaria. A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even eomes beforo the chill. Herblno, oy Us prompt sUmuIatlvo action on the liver, drlvos Uio mnlariu germs out of Uio system, purifies the blood tones up tho system and restores health. EOc at W. D. Frarao's. It Is foolish to bite off your note u splto your fnco, becnuso It Is Impossi ble to do so. Eat All You Want. Torsons troubled with indigestion or dyspepsia cat all thoy want it Uioy tnko Kodol Dyspepsia Curo. This romody proparoa tho stomach for Uio reception, retention, digestion and as slmllatlon of all tho wholesomo food that may bo oaten .and enables tho digestive organs to transform tho samo into tho kind of blood Uiat gives health and strength. Sold by all druggist. Some people havo singular Ulcus of harmony, aud concedo only one way of Bocurlng it, thnt of compelling cvory ono to agreo with him. Cured Paralysis. W. S. Bailey. P. O., Truo, Texas, writes: ".My wlfo had been suffering flvo years with paralysis in her arm, wuon I was persuaded o uso Bal lard's Snow Liniment, which cured her all fight I havo also ur.od It for old soros, frost bites and skin erup tions, it does uio worx." 25c, 50c nnd $1 bottles at W. I). Frarao's. A man who can not buy a rops wlUi which to Ijanrt himself Is, Indeed poor, nnd wty would lend him the money. ( 6 c PER YARD. OUR NEW FRENCH GINGHAMS, are also here. Those dainty little checks and stripes, so suitable forearlv Fall Dresses. Elegant styles and fast colors, these win go this week at gtffe So lOc Per Yard. No "Seconds'' to offer. Iliyl he n GOOD 5 are in, Ask to See Them TO CLEAN UP the remainder of Summer Goods, we will put on our bargain counters this week, ALL v UTE WAISTS in the hqu8c all new goods, not soiled or damaged in any way at 25 per cent off. All White Pique Skirts at Half Price. All Silk Skirts at 25 per cent off. LADIES' VESTS. The 15c grade at lOc The 35c oracle at 25c The 25c grade at 15c The 50c grade at 40c CLOTHING. We will clean up what is left in Men's Youth's and Boys' Summer Suits during week at 33 1-3 off. SLIPPERS AND LOW CUT SHOES. Ladies, Gentle men's and Children's will go again this week at One-fourth off. STRAW HATS, just half price. A few of those Boys' .$5.00 Knee Pants Suits left they go again at $2.50. Keep the fact before you, that our regular prices are as low as others "reduced" prices, then you can appreciate the values wejare offering. Be sure to vote in the .$500.00 Cash Prize Contest the only cash prize offered in Ardmore. Madden, Sykes L Co. The Only Strictly qa$h Dry Goods House in Ardmore M CAUTION. This la not a gcntlo word but when you think how llablo you aro not to purchase tho only remedy uni versally known and a remedy that has had tho largest salo of any medtclno in tho world slnco 18C8 for tho cure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing Its great popularity all thoso years, you will bo thankful wo called your attention to Boschoe's Gorman Syrup. Thero aro so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that aro cheap and good for light colds perhaps, but for sovero Coughs, Dronchltls, Croup and espe cially for Consumption, whero thoro Is dlfllcult expectoration and cough lng during tho nights nnd mornings, thero Is nothing llko Gorman SvruD. Tho 25 cent slzo has Just been intro duced this year. Regular slzo 75 cents. At City Drug Store. Spprlnl Correspondence Chlgley. I. T, Aug. 10. Wo had eu elegant rain yn tho Cth, which was badly needed. Our protracted meeting, whlcfi clos ed Sunday night, was consldorcd a good meeting. Our Baptist brethren will start up their mooting Sunday Mack Wilson of this placo left Sat urday for Flag Staff, Arizona Wo re gret very mnch to loso Mack, for he Is a good boy. f Lclghton Tomllnson of Mrak is here visiting friends. Lcm Wolford and Wm. Todd went to Sulphur Saturday to hear Gen. KHz hugh Leo speak. Chigley and Davis hoys crossed bats Saturday, Scores 3 and 2 In favor of Davis. Geo. Williams has built an Addition to his houso, which gives him more room for feed and grain. OSWALT. Special Correspondence. Oswalt. I. T.( Aug. JO. Still dry nnd hot. Cotton doing very well, but needing rain. Liito corn needB rain very badly. Mrs. Rflle Itobblns Is sick at pres ent. Honlth of tho community Is mid dling. Prof, rtoo closed his singing school horo Friday night with a nlco concert. J. M. Woodrel today commoncod to glvo tho people of this community ten lossons In penmanship. Don't forgot the PikoSImon-Oswnlt barbecue, Mr. Editor, you know ths date. You can not catch flies with vinegar for thq, simple reason that flios do not llko vinogar. You get moro for your money In heating and cook stoves at SDraelns' than any other place. Ho sells tho Leader and tho Garland. Can you think of better stoves T Boy Cured of Colic After Physician's i rtjuncni nao railed. f tin. n.t.nn a.. . . .1 uw; iw.vi iuui j ill 1 1 I wtia taken with colic and era ..p ;n the Stomnrh. I Ront fnr thn tu-tnr nnil ho Injected morphine. !' thp child Kepi getting worse, i ueu iv him a half toasnoonfnl of fliiTr.hnrlnln'a Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea ic.ue!ty, and In half an hour ho was sleeping and soon recovered. F. L. Wllklna, Shell Lake. Wis. Mr WllUInq 1 bookkeeper for tho Shell Lako Lu'ra- uur .;o, f or saio uy uuy irug sujfeo, F. J. Hamaoy and Ardmoro I)ni"o. IS SIM a Comet In the sky comta the star ol health to the weak and weary despon dent dyspeptic, curing all A stomach a troubles and digestive disorders. This famous remedy acn mat wmcn u ' Is unable to do (or Itself, even if but slightly disordered or overburdened. Kodol supplies the natural lulces of dleeitton and does the work of the stomach, relaxing the nervous tension, vhile the Inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal. It cures Indigestion, flatulence, palpitation of the heart, nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying and itrenrtlienlne the elands. I membranes of the stom ach and digestive organs. Kodol Dyspepsia CiM Tw Dealer Can Sattlj To, Oottlss ocly. S 1 ,00 hoWrr 2H timet tha trltl the, which !! (or SOc. tntuti hjz.c Dcvrrr co, coiu&o. DON'T BE DECEIVED, Good people, don't ho deceived and think thero Is only ono man In t Territory competent anil qualified to ship bodies who died of contagious or Infectious diseases. I am competent nnd fully qualified to properly proparo for shipment any body placed in my hands, nnd am tho only ono In Ard moro having nn embalmcr's permit from our board of health. Also a cer tificate from ono of tho leading lec turers and demonstrators on embalm ing and disinfection in tho United S'.atet. Wo have the finest and largest lino of coffins and caskets to select from and can please you. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Calls attended to promptly day or night. T. C. DRIDGMAN,, Tho Leading Undertaker and Em- balmer. dw C. O. & Q. EXCURSION RATE8. Annual meeting Sovereign Grand Lodgo, I. O. O. F Daltlmoro, Md Sopt. 17, 18 and 19. Rate $38.90. W. A. DASHIELL, Ticket Agt WARNING ORDER. In tho United States court In tho In dian Territory, Southern district: Wcoks Bros., plaintiffs, vs. J. H. Mc Neil, defendant. 5C18. Tho defendant. J. H. McNeil, is warned to nppoar in this court In thir ty Jays and answer tho complaint of ho plaintiffs. Weeks Dros. Witness Hon. Hosja Townsend, Judgo of said court, and tho seal thereof this 7th day of July, 1903. (Seal.) C. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk. S. H Butlor, attorney. W. R. Bloaknicre. aN mey non-resident. F'ril publlsi-W ielj 8, If 03. Wo aro closing oui our stock ot sowing machines at cost, Tho salo offers you tho finest opportunity you over had to own a good machino at wholosalo cost Stevons, Konnerly &' Spraglns Co. Chamber of Commerce Committee. Finance J. A. Bivens, C. L. Ander- t on, J. A. Madden. Manufacturing and mercantile In terests C. R. onos, J. R. Pennington, . K. P. Campbell. Public highways Mar Westhcimcr, L. B. Roborson. W. S. Wolvorton. A. IL Palmer, II. H. Pennington. Advertising Slg Simon, T. N. Colo man, Orln Redfleld, Railroads, etc- W A. Ledbctter, F. M. Gates, John L. Gait, W. F. Whit tington, C. L. Herbert. Agriculture J. B. Boone. John F. Easloy, J. S. Mullen, ?!. Munzeshefpier. Membership C. L. ne, R. W. Dick, Don Lacy. Entertainments John L. Gait, A V. Doak, E. W. Roberts. House R. W. Dick, W. A. Wolvcr-V ton, A. C. Young. Arbitration C. L. Herbert, Le V nice, D. E. Allen. W. P. Poland, J. N t. Spraglns. SIDNEY SUGGS, Pres. C. L. BYRNE. Sec'y. BANNER 8 A LVE --! po sn'ufi In tho w The Ardmoreite Official Journal of the Chickasaw Stockmen's Association. Pn ! (hIiiIii. MEN AND WOMEN. C.6 III H fnr unnatural dUrhAri's.lnflsniniatlonf, Irrltatlom or ulcerations ot m tiro aa metabranei. rainieii, ana not aitrln C&t or rol.ononi. .Hold hj- Z:. ucstaU, or sent In rUln wranetr. if axpruM, r'.p.ld, tor 11.00, or Slxjltlf .13.75. U'rnlar i.nt on icjatit. A NEW TRAIN TO LITTLE ROCK VIA c. o.&a. r. r. AND THE Leave Van Baren " Fort Smith. " Bonauza. " Hncket. Montreal Leave Huntington . Arrive Mnnsfiela.. Arrive Little Rock. . 9.00 p. m. 9.15 " .. 9.40 " .... 9.55 " .10.17 " 10.22 " ..-.10.34 u 10.40 p. m. 3.r35 a. m. TIL'S TRAIN CAltItlF.8. THROUGIi' SLEEPERS. things said of others, Sold by the City Drug Store. DelloveJ"ln :sqpdratlor)thart bad.