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hi- . i PAULS VALLEY PICNIC. A Oala Day In Every Detail Enter talnmentt In Plenty for All. Nature was kind yostorday m6rn- Ins, sending us cool breezes, and Old Sol was lonlont with his rays. Iiariy in Uio morning tho roads woro alive with pcoplo, and tho trains continued to deposit peoplo within our confines. Oood "humor prevailed and as flno n crowd, as largo gathering as Is gener ally ascembled together In tho Indian Territory or any stato at onotlmowcro our guests yesterday at tu Old Set tlers' picnic and barbecue. I'lcnty of moat was served free, and stands galore, and If any one went away hungry or despondent It was surely his or her fault. "Wo want to particularly c.idorso Senator Ooro'B speech. That Is was enjoyed goes without saying. U was -lean, able, strong and Senator Ooro's argument on single statehood was su perb and tho pcoplo endorsed In its entirety what ho said. Ho mado a lengthy speech and ho haJ tho best of attontlon from tho entire audience. If wo had moro mon of tho "Gore typo" wo would win In this statehood battlo In a walk. Ho Is ono of tho Indian Territory's best friends. Our old friend Sidney Suggs was called on and mado us a nlco talk, and as Suggs is so well acquainted with tho pcoplo In this country you know Jils remarks aro always appropriate and enjoyed. Our sister town Wanotto, Ok., was well represented. A special train bringing In a largo crowd, among Uiom W. B. Edwards, an attorney. He was called on and mado a fow well chosen remarks that woro interesting and ho wound up by extending a cor dial invitation for cveryono present or othcrwUo to attend tho big picnic to bo held at his homo town August 28. My. Kdwarda' talk was appre ciated. Tho Indian ball gamo betweon tho two teams of Choctaw bojs was vory Interesting and was a fine feature. Immediately aftor tho Indian gamo tho homo boys played a toam from "Wynnowood, resulting In a score of 12 to 1 In favor of Pauls Valloy. AVe noted a good many peoplo from Ardmoro In fact Ardmoro was well represented. Wo wnnt to thank tho First Regimental band for tholr mu file Tho boys acquitted themselves well and Ardmoro should bo proud of that organization. And as a wind-up to such a pleas ant timo tho pcoplo gavo a grand ball -at tho courthouso last night, and such n Bnthoilng-of peoplo ns attended was Immense Tho chairs and bouchos woro moved nsldo In tho main court room, giving lotB of room, and It was nn Ideal place for a ball. Music was furnished by a part of tho Ardmoro band and homo talont and was oxcbl lent. Taking ovorything nil rouud It was a great day for Pauls Valley a day of which wo nro proud, a day that will long bo remembered by all who attended. Whon wo havo anothor, romo again. We will bo glad to sco you. Other Notes. S. T. Dlcdsoe. attorney from Ard more, is a visitor. S. L. Williams from Purccll was on our Btrcots yesterday. N. A. Ilynrs of Hyars was shaking hands with frlonds Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wllllnms from "Wanotto attondod the pleiilc. A. J. Agnow wont home to Sher man, Tnxas, yostordny. Mom an Prultt attendod tho picnic nt Purdy today. "Wo noticed several Ardmore boys and girls here yesterday. Miss Wilson of Purcell. Is visiting MIbh Itottelo Sorlbnor this week. Work Is progressing on tho four now bricks on Mnln stroot. Thoy nro putting the mnterlal on tho ground for tho new building of tho llnnk of Commerce. Tlioro aro so many visitors lu tovyn wo cannot got all tholr names, but wo nro glad you camo and want you to como oftonor. ELK. Special Correspondences. Blk. Aug. 21. Tho toloph6no lino connecting Elk and adjacent towns with Davis has boon takon down, tho entorprlso not paying. Elk Is loyal to Ardmoro nnil Davis abandons hor of forts to soouro our trado. Complaints aro frequent of tho dan gerous condition of the Caddo bridge. It will not bo long before cotton will bo rolling honco. so lot us havo the bridge repaired, Mr. Ardmorelto. Cotton la now doing well, and with g(tl prices this may still bo a prosperous year. A meeting of tho patrons of the school hero resulted In tho election of Dr. S. N. Garrison, Geo. W. Coopor and Miclus Hendoti as trustees and to those gentlemen applications for ap pointments as teachers must bo mado. Thcro are vacancies for principal and ono assistant. Messrs. Paolo and Majors aro ren ovating their gin hero and aro mak ing notlvo preparations for a big run by having It in first class order with all new machinery. John A. Williams was hero from Marlow and reports that ho saw Thomason, tho slayer of Harry "Wy rick near that placo, about two weeks ago. Thomason had an old pony and taddlo which ho traded for a pistol and a fow dollars. This statement Is undoubtedly true. CAUTION. This Is not a. gentlo word but when you think how liable you aro not to purchaso tho only romcdy uni versally known and a remedy that has had tho largest sale of any racdlclno in tho world slnco 18C8 for tho euro and trcatmont of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without loBlng Its great popularltyall theso years, you will bo thankful wo called your attention to Doschoo's Gorman Syrup. Thoro aro so many ordinary cough romedlos mado by druggists and othors that aro cheap and good for light colds perhaps, but for severe Coughs, UronchltlB, Croup and espe cially for Consumption, whoro there Is dlfllcult expectoration and cough ing during tho nights and mornings, tbcro is nothing liko Gorman Syrup. Tho 2G cont slzo has Just been intro duced this year. Regular slzo 75 cents. At City Drug Storo. If beauty is only skin deep that may explain why so many pretty girls aro shallow. Dysentery Cured Without tho Aid of a Doctor. "I am Just up from a hard spoil of tho flux," (dysentory) says Mr. T, A. 1'lnnor, a well known merchant of Drummond, Tcnn. "I used ono small bottlo of Chamborlaid's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea Uomody and was cured without having a doctor. I consider it tho best cholera modlclno in tho world." Thero la no need of employ ing a doctor whon this remedy Is used, for no doctor can prescrlbo a bottor racdlclno for bowol complaint In any form olthor for children or Adults. It novor fails and Is pleas ant to take. For salo by City Drug Storo, F. J. Ranisoy and Ardmoro Drug Co. "Kiguros never Ho In tho l.iarfs of a poor accountant Cured Paralysis, W. S. Ualloy. P. O., Truo, Texas, writes: "My wlfo had been suffering flvo years wltli paralysis In her arm, when I was persuaded to use Bal lard's Snow Liniment, which cured her all right. I havo also used it for old sores, frost 'bltos and skin erup tions. It does tho work." 25c. 50o DOD. Special Corre8tondcmco. Dob, I. T., Aug. 21. Tho wind has been blowing from tho north for tho last twenty-four hour and tho wenth or Is coo! and ploasant. Tho worr.s are still working an the co'.ion. Harry Pearson, w'm ta been In Toxas for some tlm 'etttrnoJ yoi Unlay. Grandma Ilrown of .Clollan coun ty. Toxas, Is visiting hor son, J. M. Drown. CapL Miles Rcasoncr went to Galnosvlllo to get repairs for Ills gin H. Splawn was In our burg today on business. Mr. Foster of Hlllsboro. Toxas. Is visiting relatives In this part this week. Health of our town and surrounding country is Improving. A Worm Killer. J. A. J. Montgomery, Puxlco, Wayne county, Mo., writes: "1 havo Uttlo twin glrlu, who havo been bothered with worms nil tholr llvos. I tried ov orything to roUovo thorn which fall od until I used Will c's Cream Vorml fugo; tho first two ( jov'j brought four worms from ono of thorn, Uio next two doses, twolvo, ono of Uiom meas uring twolvo Inches; tho other child wns only rollovod of four worms, It Is n most oxcollont medicine." Whlto's Cronm Vormlfugo is good Tor children. It not only destroys worms, it helps Uio child to porfect growth, wards off sickness. 2Gc nt W. U. Framo s. Most of us can bo kopt protty busy attending to our own bustaoss, In spite of a provalllng tondency to tho con trary. Not Over Wise. Thoro Is an old allogorlcal plcturo of a girl scared at a grasshopper, but In tho act of hoedlossly treading on a snake. Tills Is paralleled by the man who spends a largo cum of monoy building a cyclone collar, but neg lects to provldo his family with a bot tlo of Chamborlaln's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bowel complaints, whoso vie tlmH outnumbor thoso of tho cyclone a hundred to one. This remedy Is everywhere roCognlzed as tho most prompt and reliable medlclno In uso for theso diseases. For salo by City Drug Store, F. J. Ramsey, Ardmoro Drug Co. Whon a man is drunk he always holds his cigar In his left hand, with his thumb on tho left side. Eat All You Want. Porsonu troubled with indigestion or dyspopsia eat all thoy want If thoy tako Kodol Dyspepsia Curo. This romody proparoa tho Btomnch for tho rocoptlon. rotontlon. dlEoatlon and as Blmllation of all tho wholcsomo food that may bo eaton ,and onables tho dlgestlvo organs to transform tho saruo Into Uio kind of blood that gives health and strength. Sold by Market Letter. Special to tho Ardmorelto. Kaunas City, Mo., Aug. 22. Qunrnn tlno arrivals at Kansas Cltyi four Ins this week aro -162 cars, against 3Kt samo dny last weak Market opened Monday mean and was Uttlo different Tuesday. Wednosday things brlght oned a little, nnd today's market Is the best of the week. Cows and thf host steers are better than Mon lay and calves aro strong, but common steers remain dull. Host gtw o ld thlB week at J3.75, but bulk t steers havo sold from $2.95 to $3.10. Cows bring from $2 to $2.50 moult, with somo canncrs bringing less than $2. Veal calves sell well and bring from $4.50" to $5.CG. Hogs aro steadily climbing up and reached Uio best point in over a month today, when top light hogs brought $5.75 and bulk of nil sales was from $5.40 to $3.50. Sheep rocolpts aro not heavy enough for tho demand at Kansas City, and prices aro not much changed on mut tons. Feeding sheep aro strong ot $3.1G to $3.25, with a big domond. Lambs aro gaining gradually unl tops this week brought $5.26 again. Feed ing lambs soil around $4. Killing muttons bring $3.25 and $3.50. JNO. M. H.V.BLTON, Livestock C3rrMpondent. dave the Children. Nlnety-nlno out of every ono nun- drod diseases Uiat children havo are duo to disorders of tho stomach, and theso disorders aro all caused by In digestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Curo Is Just as good for children as it Is for adults. Children thrivo on it It keeps their Btomachs sweet and oncourages tholr growth and devel opment Mrs. Henry Carter, 705 Cen tral St, Nashvlllo, Tenn., says: "My Uttlo boy Is now thrco years old and has been suffering from indigestion over slnco ho was born. I have had Uio best doctors in Nashville, but fail ed to do him any good. After using ono bottlo of Kodol ho Is a well ba by. I recommend It to all sufferers." Kodol digests what you oat and makes Uio stomach sweet Sold by all drug-glats. That's all right about swoot peas lasting until fall. Thoy aro as dead as hay right now. DON'T BE DECEIVED, Good peoplo, don't bo deceived and think thcro is only ono man in t Territory competent and qualified to ship bodies who died of contagious or Infectious diseases. I am competent and fully qualified to properly proparo for shipment any body placed In my hands, and am tho only ono in Ard moro having an ombalmcr's permit from our board ot health. Also a cer tificate from one of tho loading lec turers and demonstrators on embalm ing and disinfection In tho United Stitot. Wo havo the finest and largest lino of coffins and caskots to select from and can plcaBO you. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Calls attended to promptly day or night. T. C. DRIDGMAN,, Tho Leading Undertaker and Em balmcr. dw 4ft 4 AR 4? 4? 4? 4fJ 4? 41 4R 4? 4K Indiolu College. A Progressive Christ an Institution. oners superior nd ontnu'on for tho higher education of you n if Men and Women. Courses In KnKllah History, Mathematics, Science, Laniciuiraa, rhlloiopbj-, Mualo and Oratory elven by n flchoUrly Faculty. Location un surpassed. No Malaria. Pure Wsttr, New bullillntr and exten sile grounds, Excellent moral training;. Each pupil the object of personal care, Terms reason, able. Write for Catalogue. WYNNEW000, 1. T. 4? The Best Tasted Tiling You Ever Swallowed Cull for It Evory- vrhers. (DO! DOmiHQ WORKS. ARDMORE. AGENTS Artesian Manufaclurlng L Bottllotr Go. St. Louis. DslIafTWaeo fl 6nan66 lor Men! i We have a few dozen left of nice styles and neat patterns $ 1 .50 Eagle Shirts at $1.00 EACH. 25 Dozen Work Shirts, full size, well made, the entire lot at 25c EACH. A VERY SWELL LINE OF' NEW NECKWEAR Now ready for your inspection. Gents Furnishings of all kinds are now. arriving. New Suspenders, . New Handkerchiefs, New Hosiery, The Ladies Are Delighted With the New Goods. THEY SAY the New Dress Goods for early fall are beautiful and that, the New Waistings are exquisite. What the Ladies say is sure to be enrrct, for the Ladies always know. If you have not seen these new goods we will take pleasure in showing th-m to you THIS WEEK we will .-igain give the Ladies a chance to buy more of those beaunf il 1 5c Doublefold Madras at I Oc Yard. These are the goods that went so fast two weeks ago. ?rS' We will again have on the Bargain Counter about 25 W pieces of those dainty little French Ginghams.doublefolcl, 8 Gents Yard. FIGURED LAWNS. uurinertnis week we wi c ose out ovorv mora rf w Figured Lawn, Figured Batiste and Figured Swiss, goods which we sold at 10 to 20c all go during this week at nly 8 Gents Yard. Be sure to be on hand early, the best goes first you should get the best. More of those New Embroideries and Torchon La roc will go this week at last week's prices. Madden, Sykes L Co. 1 The Only Strictly cash Dry Goods House in Ardmore tt and $1 bottles at W. 11. Frame's. all druggists.