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jj Agents Wanted TO SELL THE Penn Mutual life Insurance One of the oldest, strong eat, (.ltl line Lift Insurance Company in the world. Ardmore han been selected as heudquurters for the Indian Territory, nnd ve are here to Btuy. i The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., M. L. ALEXAINUtK, General Agent. 2 Free PhotograoKt. T. J. Bodford, tho leading photog- anhcr. has made arraizements with tho following mercnanis aaa 'others by which they . will lve awoy absolvtely tree on' 'of Bedford's frco pnoio coupons with every 10c purchaso; 500 of these coupons will bo redeemed by Bedford with $5 worth of flno photograpns Spend your money with these people nd don't forget to call for coupons: J. B. Smart, grocer. Dr. J. H. Nicholson, dentist. Purton-Poei Dry Goods Co. I). E. Allen, Broadway carrlago shop J. .H Spleglo, baker. Miss Lillian Collins, milliner. Laldlaw Lumber Co. Ardmordte. Hall & Hillls, furniture. Tom Roberts, barber. Farthing & Coonor merchant tai lors. Theo 13. Coleman, confections, suc cessor to Coleman & Evans. F, .1. Katntoy, drugs and tollci nr ilrles. Gilliam, meat ma'koL l&vt advertisements under this head will be received at (ho rat of five (G) cents per lino. No advertisement rcelved for lest than fifteen (15) cents. Special monthly rates tur nlshed on application. The notice may contain any matter of "Lost," "Found," "For Ilent," "For Sale," "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpose without display lines. WANTED. WANTED At corner Filth avenue and A street, N. W., a couplo of lady school teachers for board and lodging. Mrs. J. M. Oolledge. WANTED A first-clans cook. Apply Mrs. J. A. Madden. 10-tf WANTED A milk cow to keep. Will pay for Lho use. Bedford, tho pho tographer, f'tf. WANTED A first-class bench mi In tho factory- Apply Ardmore Sash nnd Door Factory. 6-tf WANTED Ono hundred loads of dirt. See Whlteman Bros. D-tf. FOR SALE. FOH SALE Tho house nnl lot on tho corner oDDOslte Dr. Bogie. Marcus M. Bright. 12-2t FOR SALE Vory cheap, a nearly new drop head Singer sowing ma chlno. Also Bowing machines to rent J. Goldsmith, Caddo street 22-lm. FOR SALE One seven-room house, n T will soon bo readv to movo Into my now residence. Also want '" to exchange a good gentlo buggy Ahorse' .for a two-horso buggy. R. W. Randol. 26-tf FOR RENT. .1 W. A II , .J. 4. " J. W. KEMP, Real Estate and Insurance. Frisco Emigrant Agent. . O. Box 223. Office, Nonli Bldg. : - 7yhlto Elephant buggies and aro para- zing prices. WILLIAMS, CORHN & CO. Drink ml .11.. 1 nnn Inn nnlil nr Pugh's. 9-C. Wo tako pleasuro In doing kodak flnishlrg. Work of this kind entrust ed toVus will rocolvo equal caro with gallfpry work and tho result Is al waya satisfactory. T. J. BEDFORD, The Photographer. ( Bargains " lOQ-feet on Mnitfetreet close in, i$1500.00, half cash, bulance to 3 acres in Northwest Ardmore, rodrh houso $1100.00, cash or terms; 3-rdom house, lot 78x230, clos- in. viu sen iornari uuwu, uiuunce moncuiy. aouu.uu oems imyini; rent. 117 feet in Southwest Ardmore, vacaut, 750.00. H. X. KIR BY, Real Estate. LOANS. FOR RENT Brick building 25x90, fronting Main street: track faclll ties, Anmy Whltoman Bros. 31-tf Notice. Thero will bo a spoolal mooting of tho oxccutlva committee of tho Labor Day celebration at U10 Union hall Wednesday ovenlng at 8:30 o'clock sharp. All mombors thereof, also all mom hers of sub-commlttcos, ns p-.ibllshed olsewhoro In this paper, aro urG(fntly requested to bo on hand promptly. W. II. KENNER, Pres. E. O. MURPHY. Sec Pro Tem PERSONAL MENTION. ' W. A. Cantrell Is In U10 ol'y from Fort Worth. D. W. King enmo In yoslorday from Tishomingo. J. B. Thompson Is In tho city from Pauls Valley. i. P. Rudowsky, a Rock Island offi cial, Is In tho city. H. Ws Welding of Norman, O. T., Is In tho city todny. Mrs. W. S. Pennoll Is visiting par ents In Toledo, Ohio. M. C Ferguson and II. W. Fielding aro hero today from Davis. B. II. Lovo and wlfo and C. E. Ward aro In tho city from Purcoll. J. W. Riley of Wapanucka la In the Ity having his eyes treated. W. G. Jones nnd wlfo arb visiting nt Itavla for an extended time. P E. Ororacro, after spending a few days In tho city, has returned homo to Dallas. J. T. Hill of Pauls Valloy was In the city today, returning homo on the uoon train. Mrs. M. Flnley of Collin county, ac companied by her son aro hero vUltrag her sister, Mrs. J. M. Floyd. John Garrett and wlfo and Mrs Eraser of Gainesville aro In tho city visiting tho family of J. M. Floyd at 717 McLlsh avenue. Mrs. F. J. Ramsev and daughter havo gono to Clarendon, Texas, where they will spend about two months visiting her sister, Mrs. Bob Sawyer. Mrs. R. R. Wallace, who has been YlsUIng her sister, Mrs. Albert Solo mon, in bourn Arumoro,- tor a coupio of'V6eks, returned hblno'.to Omaha today. . . Samuel Reed and wlfo and their son, R. Rood, aro In tho cltyVvlsltln Mrs. Reed's daughter, Mrs. J. G Watts, corner E and Palmer streets, northwest. Doputy N. H. McCoy performed the ceremony of matrimony this morning botweon W. A. Mlnter and Miss Sa vannah Deck. Both of them hall from Brock. Superintendent R. E. Cnhlll of tho Choctaw; Asslstatnt Trainmaster Shedd and Roadmaster Curry wero In tho city with their special train on a tour of inspection. J. O. Smith returned homo Monday from Madlll whero ho visited his son, Edgar. Mr. Smith was tho first man to buy a tlckot over tho A. & C. from Madlll to Ardmore. This About It. A largo and well plensed audience assembled In tho street and tho sldo walk In front and opposite tho Mor Ban hotel last night to listen to tho open air concert given by the First Reslmentnl band. Tho boys camo near exceeding themselves and son flno music was the result Subscribe for the Ardmoroite. A. F. Sclvally. G. T. Ledbetter. SCIVALLY & LEDBETTER, Real Estate, Rentals and Collections. Notary In Office, Offlc store. over T. N. Coleman's drug The -Gold Storage Market, PYEAIT & FRASBR. $ork, Beef, 1 Mutton GountrHame Boiled Hams', TXT! r A . mi.H 5o ' Dewey Ham Sausage, Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef, Full Cream Cheese, Brick Cheese, Switzer Cheese, Limburger Cheese, Eggs, Butter, Melons on ice. r f 1 f if SECURITY VS. UNCERTAINTY i Ask any prominent physican or resident of Ardmore for the best place to buy 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 puinstakinjj carefulness concerning details of quality ami work, and our habit of always clving tho lowest prige on everything, THE IIHE THREATENS BAROMETER MAKES GREAT DROP STORM WARNING OUT. Storm May Strike Galvetton Tonight. Many Families Leaving for Houe ton All Vettelt Detained In Port. Houston, Tex., Aug. 11. v ther bureau roports received hore Indlcnto that a hurricane Is swooping over tho gulf, hondod this wny. Tho hurrlcano center Is reported to htivo passed Ja maica this morning aud entered tho gulf. Tho storm Is said to bo ex tremely severe. Nws was wired residents on the bay and thoro was a hurried movement of many families to Houston tonight. Hurricane Warnings. Galveston. Tox., Aug. 11. Advisory hurrlcano warnings havo been posted horo. All vessels aro warned to re main In port. Tho barometer rending tills ovenlng was 29.84. It Is recalled that during tho 1900 storm of Septem ber 8 tho baromotor horo foil to 2S.G0. Considerable alarm Is felt and tho local weather bureau is besieged with Inquiries. If tho storm strikes hero It Is not expected boforo tomorrow night. A NEATLY TURNED ANKLE ! Requires an Equally Ncnt Shoe. The Oxford Tic 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. This Oxford$2.50. LYNN, the SHOE man Through Yucatan Channel. Havonni Aug. 11. Father Gangoltl, a professor of tho Jesuit obsorvntcfry of Bolc.n(jollogo, issued a forecast at 5:30 this afternoon In which he stated' that tho cyclone, tho contor of which was thenwost of Jamaica and southeast of Grand Cayman, was moving north west by one-quartor wost nnd' will probably enter the Gulf of Moxlco, passing up through Yucatan channel. Father Gnngoltl Is tho boat authority In Cuba on such matters, the govern ment roports being based on hit? calculations. It thoso high mounds on Main strcot wero razed to tho ground It wouid not only make tho streot look bolter but It would bo better. Remember the Junior Lcaguo lawn Hoclal Friday night. Alox Webster, charged with intro ducing liquor, was arrested by Depu ty Cummlngs at Stonewnll and hound over In tho sum cT $500. Storm Leaves Jamacla. Kingston, Jamaica, Aug. 11. This neighborhood Is suffering badly from tho effects of tho hurrlcano which swept over tho West Indies yostor day. Tho shipping In tho roadstead has sustained great loss. Many ves sols havo boon driven ashoro and It Is feared will becomo total wrecks. Sovoral of tho piers havo been smash ed and tho damage to tho property Is enormous. Tho storm Is now nbat-Ing. NOTICE TO EXCESS HOLDERS of Improved Lands in the Chickasaw Nation. We have a good rroposition to offer you, if accepted at once. Tfjclff dial? SUr veyli?g aijd fUlotirjcijL Co. TISHOAHNfJO. J. C. FGILD, JR., C. G. 1ND. TER. t t Tripp Again Remanded. Tho caso of J. J. Trlpp, charged with killing ConBtablo Lcm Clark, camo up before District Judgo Barrett yester day morning. Tho testimony was concluded this morning whon Judgo Barrett had defendant remanded with out ball. Tho. caso was not argued, Uudgo Barrett rendering his decision from tho ovldonco Introduced In tho caso. Notlco of appeal was given. Galnosvlllo Messenger. Wo oxpect you FQvy night at our lawn social. JUNIOR LEAGUE. Horse Fell In Well. All last night T. V. Cnlair.an. Bob McGheo aim 0110 or two Otliern put In hard nianiu'i labor d'siui: a horse out of a woil. Tho fine hiigi;y lie tho of T. N. Co'mi nn has hcn out In his pnstun for a fow daya nn'i falling to show tin f feed ut night n rcardi wm i. stituted and tho animal rounu in nn- uottom 01 no oin wull. yr prospect hole. It took a whole lot of muscular labor to dig the animal out, but he was released from his prlbon little tho worse for tho oxporlcnco this morning! In tho caso of D. T. Brown, charged with larceny, In the commissioner's court tills mornlng'thb'samo was con tinued untH next'Tilesday for further investigation. 1001,5 Mlllet,Seecj, . Planted later than .-Au&upt' will pro duce best results; Soed for sale by E. B. Pugh, Ardmoro.'I. T.'-- 12-dl2-lw "'i , -1 fo The Best;Hay, 4iAfilfa produces finest and greatest yield per acre. Seedfor, salo by E. B!'Pugh, Ardmoro, I. T. . 12-dl2-w4 A Profitable Late Crop. Gorman millet will do tho best plant ed In tho latter part of August. Seed for salo by E. B. Pugs 12-dl2w4 Storm Bulletins. Tho following storm bulletins wore received todny: Now Orleans Storm will probably travel along south Atlantic coast; rain nnd cooler weather predicted for southeastern states. New Orleans Storm reported head ing for Key West whero It Is raining and a high wind blowing. 1 will bo found In my new store, two doors from postofflco. Bo glad to 12-2. J. B. SMART. Benevolent Society. Tho ofllcers and members of tho Bonovolcnt Society aro urgently re quested to attend a meeting on Thurs day afternoon at 4 o'clock at tho resi dence of Mrs. J, O. Thompson, USE KNOXINE WASHING I'OW DER AND HELP TOUR CHURCH. 10C DuBton & Tucker deliver meats to any part of tho city. Picnic at Provence. The citizens of Proveaco will give a big basket plcnlo next .Satiirdny, August 15, with arauBotoenta for nil, Including ball game bvwecn Madlll and Provence. 10-GL Dr. Echols has temporary oBees over Ramsey's drug storo. Practice limited to diseases' of tho cyo, ear, nose and throat. 10-tf KNOXINE GERMS. KILLS DII'.T AND 10-5t. Tho soclarat the' homo' of Miss Daisy Nichols Thursday evening will bo the event of U10 season. 11-3. BURNED TO DEATH!' .! ..i The Old Story Starting a'FIra With Coal Oil. The Ardraoreltc Is In receipt cl a lettoj- from Wapanucka In wh,'.i It Is stated that a lC-ycar-old glrh nimo:! Ladd whllo starting n fire with coal oil nt that placo received Injuries yes terday from which she dle' laat night. The family. It Is ald, moved from Ardmoro to Wapnnuckrt. Tho B. Y. P. U's will give their "ad- vortlscmont social" Thursday oven- Ing at the homo of Miss Daisy Nich ols. 11-3 Gem Steam Laundry. My machinery has arrived anJ, 1 will bo ready for buslnoss Monday. Tem porary up-town ofllco at central flro Btatlon. Your patronage solicited. Phono 94. Respectfully, 12-3t. W. E. MULL1VS. 'CE KNOXIMJ WASH! 1 POW. DER AND HELP YOUR CHURCH. 10-5. Malicious Mischief. Today John Hughes of Ran was ar raigned beforo Judgo Robnott, charged with killing a sow that belongol to Mr. Burton of the samo place. It was asserted that Mr. Hughes Uircw the hog In an old well, which tho dofend ant did not dony but said ho did not kill her. The government failed to produce ovldenco to convict the defendant and ho was discharged. J $ J J. j 4 b 4 -J- -fr 4 ! Hamilton is making a special run on shoes and sllppors this weok. Big discounts given. 4. .3 4- 5- 4- 4 J 4- -J- 4- 5- 4 NO RUBniNQ IS KNOXINEISUSED. REQUIRED IK 10-5t. The Hargrove Dormitory. Hnrgrovo dormitory has been moved to tho collogo campus. Its permanent home. A good dcnl of expenso has attached to tho work. Thoro still re mains a deficiency of about 150 which must bo raised to overcomo this Indebtedness. Will you assist In this work? Wo publish below a list of tho voV tary contributions that havo boon made to this fund and will add to It from day to day as other amounts nro given until tho um required -is In hnnil. This Is n taattor that Is well worthy tho attention of thoso who take a pride In tho town nnd its cdu catlonal Institutions. Ardmoro will bo groatly bonofltcd by making Har grove eoljego what It deBorvos to bo 1 tho leading educat'onal institution In tho Territory. Tho.10 who hnvo given together with tho amounts, aro pub lished below: Madden, Sykes & Co $20.00 A. O. Cruco 10 00 Sidney Suggs 10 00 W. F. JVhlttlngton 10 00 W. S. Wolverton 10 00 J. C. Graham G 00 II. Moses 5 00 Stnnlev Brnrn n nn Romombor tho Junior Lenguo lawn .R w Dick G 00 Leo Cathoy , 5 00 Redflold & Son G 00 Ran Webb 5 00 M. M. Bright 2 50 social Friday night. NO RUBBING IS REQUIRED IK KNOXINE IS USED. 101CL J. WOOD TALIAFERRO, Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer. Ofllco open day and night. Only man In tho Territory who has llcenso qualifying hlnl 'to fihlp bodies of por-. sons who havo died of diphtheria, membraneous croup, scarlet fover, scarlatina, scarlot rash, glanders, an thrax and leprosy. Also ship bodies of persons who die with loss conta gious diseases. Best lino of cofllus and caskets In tho Indian Territory. First door east of A. F. Jones' gro cery store. ' d&w. A. II. Palmer 5 00 J. A. Blvens 0 00 Williams, Corhn & Co 5 00 Rurlon-Pcel D. O. Co 25' 00 Co. Ardmoro D. G. J- W. BankB W. B. Frame J. E. Hamilton & Co. Cash SAVE YOUR BACK KNOX INE IS USED, BY USING 10-5t. Tohee Line of Chlets. Stroud, Ok., Aug. 11 At nn election pt chloftaln of tho Iowa Indians, hold at tho Sac and Fox agency, Da vid Toheo was chosen for that posi tion. It is claimed that tho trlbo has been ruled by tho Toheos a thousand years or more, without any break In the succession, Tho lato chief of that namo was murdered whllo engaged In an altercation with ono of his tribes men. ... 2 60 ... 2 SO ... 2 50 .... 2 00 .... 1 00 Ed Byrd 1 50 Cash' J. W, Hoffman O. L, Dcnnes M. Munzcshelmer Hall & Hillls Cash Cash Tylur & Simpson Co 2 00 Cash 1 00 Coloman & Evans l 00 U. R. Jones & Bro 2 00 Bub Poland 1 00 Prof. Hlnshaw '. 5 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 CO 1 00 Wo have n fow more of thoso bug gies left on which wo offer a big re duction from the former price. Ud&wtra NOBLE BROS. You will bo hotter pleased with your refrigerator If It's a White Moun tain. Sto'oan ICennerly & Spragins Co. P. & F. h.i ! 1 Jul- Standard of the World We carry a fresh stock of it in all sizes at all times. TYLER & SIMPSON, CO. Wholesale Distributors. Foley's Money ana Tar Subscribe for the ArdraoreJto. chlldcen,v&fc,surc. ISu opiates.